(Mr. BONNER MORGAN'S Illustrated Booklet "The Why and Wherefore of DEFECTIVE EYESIGHT and SPECTACLE WEARING" Will be forw&pdtd POST FRBB on application to the SIGHT TESTING ROOMS, 101, Queen Street, CARDIFF. j
HOW TO MAKE A CHILD HAPPY! Go to SPENCER'S and purchase for it an English-made Toy Mail Cart or a Rocking Horse, POLE HORSE, TRI-CYCLE HORSE, TRICYCLE, MOTOR-CAR, SWING WHEELBARROW, &c., Ac. We have a Grand Display of DOLLS, MECHANICAL FIGURES. FRAMES, INK. STANDS, PURSES, including the noted. Game ROLO," Ac. ONLY ADDRESS. j A. W. SPENCER. LTD., St. John's Church-sq., Cardiff! I The Oldest BstablisJied Baby Carriage aind Sewing Machine Depot in the City.
PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS CARDIFF. N E w T H E A T P. E. Sole Proprietor ROBERT REDFORD. PARK PLACE, CARDIFF. CLOSED UNTIL BOXING DAT, When at Two and 7 30 will be produced ROBERT BEDFORD'S AND MILTON BODE'S PANTOMIME— RED RIDING HOOD. Powerful oast, including:— Miss ANNIE PURCELL, Miss NORA GUY, Miss AGNES TANDY. 1!r. AINSLEY BURTON, Mr. JAY LAURIER, Mr. HARRY BICKLEY, Messrs. KEATH & MERSON, OOLLINS-STELLA TROUPE of 8 Lady Dancers, and TED & MAY HOPKINS. Prices for Reserved Seats: -Private Boxes, L2 2s., Xi lis. 6d., £ 1 Is.; Dress Circle; 46.; Orchestra Stalls-Front Rows 4s., Other Rows .38. Unreserved SoateBalcony 2s.; Pit Stalls, 2s.; Pit, Is.; Gallery, 6d. Seats can now be booked. Box Office from 10 to 5. Nat. Tel. 376. a8109 rjlHEATRE ROY AX, CARDIFF. Lessee and Manager.ROBERT REDFORD. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24th, THE UGLIEST WOMAN ON EARTH. MATINEE BOXING DAY, AT TWO. aBI10 KING'S THEATRE, 0ARDIFF. Telephone, No. 01393. Managing Director.Mr. SAMUEL JAMES. SATURDAY, DECEiMBER 22nd, LAST NIGHT OF POWERFUL DRAMA, HER N AMELESS CHILD. Monday, Dec. 24th.. Great Holiday Attraction, THE GRIP OF TRON. 1 1344z22 To amuse and entertain is good. To do both and instruct is better." gTOLL'g pANOPTICOK, PHILHARMONIC-HALL, ST. MARY- STREET, CARDIFF. MONDAY, DECEMBER 24th, 1906, SPECIAL NOTICE. On BOXING DAY (Wednesday) and on THURSDAY, there will be rpOUR PERFORMANCES, Commencing at 11 o'clock, 2 o'clock, 5 o'clock, and 8 o'clock. Monday, Friday, and Saturday, TWICE 'DAILY, at 2.30 and 7.15. THE AMERICAN BIOSCOPE COMPY. Present a Stupendous HOLIDAY PROGRAMME, Including a Gorgeous Spectacular Pantomime. ALADDIN AND HIS WONDERFUL LAMP. BEAUTIFUL COSTUMES, MAGNIFICENT SCiENERY AND EFFECTS. Synopsis: Aladdin's Dream—Aladdin Meets the Princess—The Search for the lamp-I Aladdin Gains the Hand of the Princess— The Magician Steals the Lamp—Aladdin Triumphant. Apotheosis. MR, FRED SMITH (Will Sing "ASLEEP IN THE DEEP," aided by Superb Picture Effecte and Quartette Chorus. mE INEXPERIENCED CHAUFFEUR, A Scream from -,art to Finish. "SONS OF THE MOTHERLAND," Sung by Mr. COUTH GRIFFITH. "-¡\VHEN MOTffER¡ GOT Ill AT CIHRiSTMAS, I I A Continuous Roar of Laughter. LEONORA SEVIERI, Vocalist, In Bright Pictorial Numbers. THE PHANTOM MOTORISTS. THE POOR BLIND GIRL, A Pathetic and Soul Inspiring Subject. TLEASE, MAMA, BUY ME A BABY I' A Delightful Picture Song, by MISS EDNA LEWIS, (Contralto Vocalist (Eisteddfod Prize Winner), THE ADVENTURES OF A NEGRO I KING IN PARIS, A Real Mirth Provoker. THE QLARION JJARMONY FOUR, Yooaiigts and Humorists. In their Original Medleys, harmonised and arranged by themselves. MUSICAL ITEMS BY MISS HETTY HOCKING. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Two GRANU CONCERTS ON CHRISTMAS DAY, At Three o'clock and Eight o'olock. Doors Open at 2.30 and 7.15. gTOLL's PANOPTICON. pARK-HALL, CARDIFF. ONE IOU-EEK ONLY, coiolenceng AIONDA-Y, TIECEME 24TH EACH EVENING AT 8. MATINEES AT 3. MATINEES: Tuesday (Christmas Day), December 25th. Wednesday (Boxing Day), December 26th. Saturday 29th. RETURN VISIT OF THE gr. LOUIS pictures. THREE P.M. AND BIGHT P.M. BUFTABOB OERIOTMAS PROGRAMME. SPBCJIAiL ENGAGEMENT OF IfR. HARRY QUININGBOROUC^H. PKJbOES: 3d., 6d., Is., la. 6d. Early Doors Open at Two p.m. and Seven D-ra. (3d. extra to all parts). Children Half-price to all parte (except 3d. 8eate). e3067 DALE, FORTY & (JO. PIANOS AND ORGANS. HIGH-STREET (Near the Castle). CARDIFF. gRST ENGMSH PIANOS, !EST GERMAN PIANOS, E&8T AMERICAN ORGANS, ?R8T HOUSE FOR LOW OASH PRICES. 11 T PERIODIC SYSTEM TERMS. ?GHIjY-SKILLED TUNERS. WPAIM- OF WORN PIANOS add ORGANS. CATALOGUES FREE. DALE, FORTY, & CO., L CAHDIFF? CHELTENHAM, [ L BIB?ONGHAJ? &c. ￼ PUBLIC AMUSEMENTS CARDIFF. "Tis not in mortals to comtmand sticccss, but we'll do more—deserve it."—Addison. C, A R D IFF E M P I R E, M QUEEN-STREET. Managing Director OSWALD STOLL. TO-NIGHT! JOHN LEOPOLD'S Famous Company, in THE JJOUSE gOAT, By John Leopold and Wilfred Vaughan. Cast of C"raot-ers:-Col. Scorcher, Mr. Wat- fU Hurne; Lively (his Servant), Mr. Willie L-pold; Horatio Binks, Mr. John Leopold, J £ D- Augustus Soarem, Mr. Ernest Leopold; police-constable Smith, Mr. Tom Leopold; police-constable Jones, Mr. Charles Gough; joiobhs (an Innkeeper), Mr. Wilfred Vaughan: iipit (a Waiter), Mr. Barry Lupino; Tomkins (a Photographer), Mr. William Howurth; Jen- kins (a Costermonger), Mr. Ha.rry Oates; Doily moi ger ) Mx Ha' Yi. Ai Hall; Damper (a Music-hall Artiste), Miss Amy Hall; Daisy Damper (her Sister), Miss Queeme Bronte; Maria. (Scorcher's Servant), Mies Gertie Winter; Susain (a Waitress), Miss May Gordon; A Guest, Miss Zillah Fair; Mrs. Scorcher, Miss Kathleen Cevaiiagh. Scene I.. A Room in Col. Scorcher's Flat; Scene II.. A House Boat on the Thames SYBIL ST. ELMO, Operatic and Ballad Vocalist. WHEN MOTHER FELL ILL AT CHRISTMAS. A Screaming Comedy Farce, on the AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. Art in a Hurry." speedwell, The Marvellous Lightning Painter. The Original MATWEEF HUGOSTON TROUPE Of Russian Singers and Dancers. FRED ELTON, In a. Musical and Vocal Act (at the Piano). entitled, On Board an Ocean Liner." From Royal Opera, Covent Garden, London, ANDREW ROY, The Great American March Song, Good-bye. Sweet Marie." THE SAPHOS, in a Comedy Bar Act. FRANK ELLISTON and COMPANY in the Screaming Absurdity, "cA'u NT MAT I L D A." Bicycles stored free of charge. Two Performances Nightly, at 7 and 9. Box Office Open Daily. m LIM3 NEWPORT THE NEWPOR-T EMPIRIF,, CHAJRLES-STREET. STOLL Managing Director .OSWALD STOLLT. TO-NIGHT! The THREE OLYMPIERS in an Artistic Entertainment, entitled, Beauty in Bronze." Harry Lawson, Comedian. Lily Tiso, a Neat Singer and Tricky Dancer, Gun- ner Moir v. Jack Palmer Prize Fight shown on the American Bioscope. Wotpart Trio. Harry Coatee. Herr Fritz. Sydney James' Strolling Players in an Entertainment of Singing, Dancing, and Ventriloquism. L18864 L-Y CEU M, E W P OR T, Lessee and Manager .SIDNEY COOPER. MONDAY, DECEMBER 74t.h, at 7.30, THE GRAND PANTOMIME, DICK WHITTINGTON. EVERYTHING ENTIRELY NEW. Made in and for Newport and District. Upwards of a THOUSAND POUNDS has been spent on the Production, which has been in active preparation since July last. MORNING PERFORMANCES EVERY. DAY XMAS WEEK AT TWu O'CLOCK. Others as announced later. Early Door Patrons will have A DOUBLE ENTERTAINMENT Every Evening During the Pantomime viz., WALTER PAYNE'S MARVELS IN ANIMATED PHOTOGRAPHY (During Early Door Period Only); then the Pantomime. EXCELLENT COMPANY OF PANTOMIME ARTISTES. EFFICIENT CHORUS. INCREASED BAND. BEAUTIFUL SCENERY AND COSTUMES. Seate can now be Booked, except for the Evenings of December 26th and 27th. Nat. Tel., 155 4843 PUBLIC NOTICES 2ND VOLUNTEER BATTALION ÆI THE WELCH REGIMENT Ool. J. G ASK ELL, V.D., Colonel Oommandamit. OR.TYRR.iS "RV nr>T.fWF.T. ■ T T TkAVTTi -r U.c1. Commanding Headquarter Companies. CARDIFF, 22nd December, 1906. „ ALL DRILLS WILL BE SUSPENDED FROM THE 24th TO 29th INSTANT." The following extracts from Battalion. Orders of the 21st instant are published for iiinforma/tion: — Discharge (2).—No. 2310 Sergeamt (Colour- sergeant) Instructor J. W. Lawier's discharge to panaion having been coaiflrmed for the 31st instant, he will be pa/id up to and for that daite, and struck off the strength of the Regiment accordingly. Retention of Ra,nk (J).-No. 2310 Sergeant (Oolour-sergcajn't) Instructor J. W. Lawier has been permitted to retain his rank and wear the prescribed Uniform, of his Battalion on discharge to pension. Authority Brigadier General, Commanding Welch Border Grouped Regimental Districts, No. 5825, dated Shrews- bury, 19th December, 1906. J. J. DAVID, Colonel, Commanding Headquarter Companies e2329 2ud V.B. Welch R-egiment. jrpAFF VALE RAILWAY. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. On MONDAY and WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24th and 26th, Extra Motor Oars will be RUN ABOUT EVERY HALF HOUR THROUGHOUT THE DAY to supplement the ordinary service between Treherbert and Pontypridd, Tylors- town and Porth, Aberdare and Mountain Ash. Further Particulars may be obtained from Handbills or at the Stations. A. BEASLEY, General Manager. Oarditf, Dec. 21st, 1906. e ARDIFF Excelsior Brass Band: — 1267. 390, 763, 1530, 508, 3984, 4621, 2479, 876, 22, 1646, 780. IV4, 3726, 2815, #06, 776, 506, 3089 Apply 167, Railway-street. e2504z22 T?r?NING NUMBERS Re YANTO ?NUARY?. DRAWING will appear on JANUARY 26th. All Unsold Books to be forwarded to the Socretaxy by January 19, 1907. e2489z26 13ALLS, BAZAARS, AND BANQUET- ING HALLS DECORATED AND FUR- NISHED OOMPLETE BY MORGAN & RICHARDSON BALL-ROOM AND BAZAAR DECORATORS, 43, BUTE-STREET. CARDIFF. I Marquees fitted up as Temporary Ball Rooms with -01ahed floors a speciality. Fire- works and Torohltg-hte always in stock. Tele- grams, "Tarpa,nlmB, Oa-rdiff." Nat. Tel. No. 326. e2622 SALES BY AUCTION —— CHURCH-STREET SALEROOMS, CARDIFF MR. A. SETCHFIELD will SELL by AUCTION, on MONDAY NEXT, Decem- ber 24th, 1906, a Large Quantity of Superior HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. Coimiprising bedroom and dining-room suites, sideboard, overmaaitels, excellent pianoforte, curbs, brasMs, pictures, tea sets, all-brass and other bedsteads, wire mattresses, <&c. No Reserve. Stale at Two o'clook. 1339z24 SUNDAY SERVICES. IIR f ST A D E LPHI A N-H A LL (opposite TafT Vale Station), Sunday, December 23, at 6.30. Subject: "The Keys Oomm.itted to Peter: What Were They?" el3161 GODF E EE'S) WHARTON-STREET, TRINITY-STREET, ROYAL ARCADE, and DA VIS-STREET, CARDIFF. FOR HOME-MADE XMAS CAKES. SPLENDID QUALITY. ORDERS BOOKED AND SENT TO ANY PART OF THE TOWN. 4d., 5d., 6d., and 8d. per lb. MINCE PIES, 14 A Is. CHOCOLATE BOXES, CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS, &c. e3080 LOST AND FOUND. UND, Blue Checked Homer; ring on leg; give .J: full descrlptioa, and owner can -have me on paying expenses.—Y 81, Evening Express, Cardiff. ez22 FUND Strayed, renarth-road, last week, Black Dog (Pappy); about five m oh the old; it not claimed three days will be sold pay expenses.—Apply 13, North Clive-etreet, Grangetown. e2404z24 FUND, a Terrier Dog, on the 1 th Deœmber, with J' cothr and <A∈ If not corned within three days will sold to defray expenses.—5, Colenso-ter- race, Sebastopol. e2346z22 LOST, on Thursday evening, a Parcel, containing L a blouse, in Queen-street; was lost between seven o'clock and eight.-It returned to 96, Holmesdala-atreot, finder rewarded. e2464z26 JOST, Monday, between Morgan's Arcade and J? Castle, Brown Beaver Muff; tinder rewarded.— police-stations. e2328z22 LOST, Parcel, containing three pairs of gloves, Jj between &t. Mary-street and Queen-street, Tues- day, 18t.h-WiD finder please return InSnnary, Cardiff., PREPAID SCALE. COMBINED BOALB for Small Prepaid AdvvUw iMnts In the •< WESTERN MiAJL and BVJLNINO SZPBBSS :— ￼ OHC- T1(. sa OJICL TUtM.TmM. ———————————— )—————————————— 8, D, 1. D* 8. P. 14 words 10 8 1 4 2 0 16 to 22 words 1 0 2 0 3 0 23to30words 1 4 2 8 4 0 I Each extra 8 0 4 0 8 j 0 words Waiag Prepaid Advertlseroeats are Inserted ta the KVJENING EXPBS38 at the following rates;- T7&RXZ 8IX o.cw. T: OKCI. B. D. S. P. A. D. 14 words 0 8 0 6 0 9 15 to 22 words 0 5 0 10 1 8 23 to 30 word3 0 7 1 2 1 9 Each extra 8 0 2 0 4 0 6 words b all cuea the paine and address are counted as part of the Advertlsemeoi. I PERSONAL. _J GooD-S left at 90, Arriel-etreet, Six Belts (at pre- XA sent 92, High-street, Ogmore Vale), are not claimed within three days will be sold to defray ex- Penfts.-Apply 92, High-street. e2367z22 IS" Box left at 123 Quarry-road, Penrhi,?c?lb ?r, not claimed within three daye will be sold to defray expenses.—J. H. Watts, 123. Quarry-road, Petirhjw- ceibar. e2382z22 KENNETH C.—This time can't come; see JoseieVZ. J- W. C. e2435z28 MEDICAL. AN Apprentice Wanted for Dental Profession; Asrnart, well-educated youth, whose parents reside in Cardiff.—Apply, in first instance, to Dental, A 16, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2481 726 MEDICAL Practitioners before applying for HJL Appointments under the Ebbw Vale Workmen's Doctors Fund are asked to Communicate with the Medical Secretary, British Medical Association, 42S, Strand, London, or with Mr. W. J. Greer, 19, Gold Tops, Newport, Mon. e2573 ?RAIKED,CertinMta,MedtcatandMaternity qp Nurse, Disengaged for Two or Three MD s; Night Nursing not objected to.—"Nurse," 30, Llan- trisant-street, Cathays, Cardiff. e2283z26 DOMESTIC SERVANTS. ALL Classes of Servants Wanted immediately, for town and country; comfortable situations; good wages given.—Mrs. Thomas's Agency, 11, Green- street, Cardiff. Stamp for reply. e2427z28 COO ICS Want Employment Daily; hotel or private. -Apply, first, nfrs. Booth, 14, Green-street,, Car- diff. Stamp for reply. Lodgings for servants. efc26 EXPERIENCED Owc-General; housemaid kept; no Ewashing; Welsh; train paid: good wa?ea to suitable person.-Apply Mrs. Jones, London ware-I house, Ibnyrefmil. e2394z27 G- ENERAL; experienced; plain cooking; small GfamilY; early in January.—Apply, evenings, 15, Bichmond-road. e2311z26 G-ENERAi. ??ervant Wanted; good wa.ges to suitable Ggirl.-M". Lewis, Llwydcoed, Coleshill-terrace, Llanelly. e2222z24 WANTED, an experienced General after Xmas; f f housemaid kept.-kpply 16, Princes-street, Boath, Cardiff. e2310z26 RESPECTABLE Girl or Young WomM Wanted for Housework; easy place.—23, Angelina-street, Docks. e2223Û4 ?1 OOD Plain Coo.k?l.VMtedT?m&II?dairy; kitchen- N-A maid; country house.—Mrs. Howell, Penrheol, St. Clears, Carmarthenshire. e2293z26 WANTED, atter Xmas, competent Cook-General; Moomfortable home.-Y 67, Evening Exprœs. C?rdiS. e2514z26 WANTED, in January, for Country, near Cardiff, TT experienced Cook-General; small family; Ot,?er maids kept; must be good plain cook and do & little washing.-Apply Y 90, Evening Express, Cardiff. ez27 w A-NTED after Christmas, a General -8ervant; f able to wash and iron; must be clean and fond of children.—State wages required, Mrs. White l?y Cottage, Grove-terrace, Penarth. e2415z24 WANTED, immediately after Christmas, "thor-1 oughly good Cook,-Aply, after 5ix p.m., to Mrs. Bobert- Na?h, HMthneld Ho?o, Swan. e2J89z27 j W ANTED at once, a good General; reference fV required.—Mrs. Richards, Jeweller, Aberfan. e2425z24 WANTED, experienced General; must be cîean; TT family two; references.—Mrs. Campbell Da vies, Parsonage, Crynant. e2478z29 'a"" 'r"O" W lU TV, a uenerai "rvant; good wagœ; small family; good home.—Apply 40, Wood-street, Cardiff. e2341z27 WANTED, House-Parlourmaid, for 3rd January.— Send full particulars, height, wages, and expe- rience (good character essential), Mrs. Lewis, Somer. ford Grange, Christohurch, Hants. c3228 WANTED, All Classes of Servants^ with refeF- f f C"Cll It once; hotel or private. Lodgings for Servants whon out of situations.-Apply Mrs. Booth, 14, Green-street, Cirdiff. Statnp. e2483z26 WANTED, after Christmas, a good General— Apply 126, Llandaff-road. e2443z24 ANTE,IY, first week in'January, a Young House- W maid '-kPPIY, stating age, wages, and expe- rience, to Mrs. Lloyd Williams, The Vicarage, Briton Ferry. c3232 W- ANTED, Situations for Two Sisters as Cook- tT General and Young Housemaid, in same house, in Bargoed or district.—Apply 20, Ruth-street, Bar- goed. e2322z22 WANTED at once, respectable Girf^as General; 'V -=2, Glenroy-street, CardiS. ez22 ??rANTED7 after Chri6tma6, a Toung Girl, 16 or TV !7, Used to General Housework.—Apply 48. Berw-road, Pontypridd. e2356z22 WANTED, January 3rd, respectable Giri; aged about 17; used to children; two in family; good home.-Apply, evenings, 58, Colum-road. e2337z22 WASTfcD, steady Person for Housework, and Assist in Business; aged 25 to 35.—Apply, per- sonally (afternoon), Mrs. Pope, 34, Caroline-street, Cardiff. e2353z22 WANTED, by January 2nd, g P &in Cook- tV Ganeral.—Apply St. Mark's Vicarage, Newport. e2J99Z27 WA NTED, an experienced Housemaid.—Apply Mrs. Morel, Penarth House, Penarth. e2308z26 WANTED, for first wk in January, experienced Cook.—Apply Mre. Tyson Martin, BeUa Vist?, Penarth. e2180z22 W- ANTED, experienced Housemaid by the 9th V January.—Write, stating wages and references, to Mrs. E. B. Evans, St. Thomas, Swansea. e20487'1 HOUSEKEEPERS, COMPANIONS, &c HOUSEKEEPER Requires Situation; widower or bachelor preferred; 12 years' rcferenoe.-2, Radyr- road, Llandaff. e2439z28 LtADY (25) Seeks Post Companion-Help where ser- JLj vant is kept; thoroughly domesticated; not been out before.—Apply, by letter only, Y 27, Evening Ex- I press, Cardiff. e2182z22 SITUATION as Housekeeper by refined Young ? Widow; thoroughly experienced.—A 22, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2498z29 ",TANTED: Situation as Housekeeper? Cardiff or Vt neighbourhood; good cook; aged 32.-Y 66, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2313z26 WANTED, Working Housekeeper for Ceuntry Vicarage; good plain cook; light work; man kept; widow with child migh*ATft; good references.— Apply, stating salary required, Mrs. Jones, Canonry, St. David's, Pembroke. e2484z26 WIDOW (37) Desires Daily Employment as Mother's Help; can take the entire manage- ment of young children; good reference.—A 4, Even- ing Express, Cardiff. e2446z24 LAUNDRESSES. TWO experiene 1?aii??rc-sses Wanted for a Private Ti?auiidry; mother and daughter preferred.—Apply for particulars, stating experience, to Y 51, Evening Express, Cardiff. cS226 -:I OFFICE CLEANING, &c. < w ANTED, by a respectable Person, Daily Work"or fV Office Cleaning, or two or three days a week.— Y 70, Express Office, Cardiff. e2320z22 HOTEL SERVANTS, &c. KITCHEN-MAI D Wanted for RÐitauranÇbegTrining I Kjanlary; sleep out; similar experience -equired ￼ or business house; two other kitchen maids kept; good wage to competent person.—Apply, in first instance by letter, 'Mrs. Collier, Hill Crest, Bassalleg-road, Newport, Mon. e2501z29 WANTED immediately, Young Lad:F Hotel W Vaults; must be able to assist with 8&wing.- Apply to Mrs. Andrews, Castle Hotel, Ne6th. ez22 ??T'ANTEb. ￼ good General immediately.—Apply J. AR Evans, Commercial Hotel, Aberdare. e2151Z2 W ANTED, Barmaid; used to quick counter trade; W good wages.—Olove and Shears Hotel, Cardiff. 82245z28 WAITKESS Disengaged; coffoe or commercial room; aged 26; good reference.—A 6, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2444z24 WANTED, by experienced Couple, Management of FuUy-Iicenaed House; good references.—A 8, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2448z28 WANTED, respectable Young Lady as Barmaid; also strong General; to commence duties after Christmas; references required.—Apply Victoria Park Hotel, Canton. e2376z22 WANTED, a Young Man as Billiard-marker, and W to Make Himself Generally Useful.—Apply J. Hulbert, Constitutional Club, Neath. c9214 WANTED immediately, thorough!^good"General Servant, under experienced chef, for Kitchen Work.—Apply Pier Hotel, Porthcawl. c9233 WANTED, General Servant; aile plain cooking; vv good home.—Apply Thomas, Gloucester Hotel, South Dock, Swansea, e249Sz29 ￼ ANTED by December 23, an experienœd Cook. -APPlÝ Treharne, FMk Hotel, Pontypridd. ez22 ANTEDYoung Man for Posting Yard; expe- tv rienced with horses and drive well.-Apply Grand Hotel, Port Talbot. 023852122 W~ ANTED at once, a respectable Young Man for VV Billiard-marking and to be Generally Useful; oober; good reference.—Apply George Hotel, Newport. WANTED immediately, Head Boots; with good references; none need apply unless strictly 6000:1"; personal interview requested.—Apply Bentley's Central Hotel, Merthyr. 09231 WANTEDSituatkm to Take Charge'S?ide Bar m Wfirst-cla?m Hotel, or to Assist with Linen Stores and Relieve.—Miss A., 24, Metal-street, Boath, Cardiff. e2440z24 WANTED, by a respectable Young Lady?afrand T Y very willing, Situation as Waitress, or in any other Light Business; disengaged.-Apply Miss Thomas, No. 1, Carlisle-street, South Splotlands, Car- diff. e2410z24 WANTED, Billiard-marker for Room tabl^T ￼ must be thoroughly trustworthy &nd reliable: live in.—Apply, with references, Brown, Central Hotel, Swansea. e2396z27 YOUNG Lady .Seeks Post as Barmaid ^in rofined Hotel; educated, refined, inexperienced.-L. A., Evening Express, Newport. e2456z26 SHOP ASSIS rANTS, MILLINERS. DRAPERY and--6UtfiÙing.-wMítedienced. DYo-ung Man.—Apply, full PartieWaxs, Lloyd, C-aerau-road, Caerau. e2392z24 MILLINER Wanted; able to serve and keep jyL stock.—Apply, stating age, wages, and refer- ences, Williams, Stirling House, Mumbles, near Swan- sea. e2191z22 OUTFITTING.—Wanted, smart Junioi:????Appfy-iuij particulars, Lloyd, Emporium, T?oorky. -2i5lz22 WANTED, ￼ Two Junior ￼ Young Ladies for Fancy WL?mpery for the Christmas Trade.—Apply, at once, H. Collins, 15, Albany-road, Roath. e2493z26 CLERKS, MANAGERS, &c. ARCHITECT, hoMtng appointment; has Vacancy ?. for Pupil; premium required.—Ap?ly A 1, Even- ing Express, Cardiff _? e2437z28 OY^for- Colliery Office at Bute Docts.Apply, in _L) own handwriting, stating age, wage, &c., to Y 83, Evening Express. Cardiff. e2578z22 W ANTED, Two sraaxt Junior lorks o well YV used to Ledger Work, and one as Shorthand- Typist; with experience of a builder's office preferred, but not essential.—State salary, experience, and refer- ences, first letter, to D. J. Vaughan, Builder, Tre- degar. c9210 Os. Weekly.—Spare Time EmployOffered to Either Sex who can write; particular* free.- Addressed envelope to Manager, Gleodower, Torquay. Established 11>93. own AGENTS, TRAVELLERS. 'ADVBBTiSER (smart, active, and up-to-date) Seeks Position as Canvasser or Collector in good Insur- ance Office; salary and commission; undeniable refer- ences.—Y 79, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2362z22 A??oungManT? of good appearance and -d,?i-s A Wanted to Represent a first-class Company; good remuneration and prospects of early promotion to a capable man with good references.—Write Bent, Box X 66, Evening Express, Cardiff. c3043 ANVASSER Wanted to Call on Newsagents and Booksellers in Cardiff and District; one who knows the trade preferred; whole or spare time.- Apply Wm. Holmes and Co. (Limited), 9, Mitchell- lane, Glasgow. C9240 M ONTEY Easiiv Fa ed, either Sex; nothing to 1VJL sellA-Write Morgans, Limited (Dept. 19). Here- ford. e2505 ROYAL London solid Old-established Book for Sale, JH) in January, New Tredegar and Bargoed; collected in two days.—Llewellyn. Llanfedw, Aberbargoed. ez22 T r.&-vF,LLF,R Wanted Drapery.-I-pply, J_ giving all particulars, Y 86, Evening Express, Cardiff. eS380z27 CARDIFF and District.—Wanted! a smart and energetic Gentleman to Take Up the Representa- tion of an All-British Motor Omnibus nd heavy Petrol Lorry; must be well in touch with municipal authorities, large trading firms, railway companies, and other likely purchasers; engineer preferred; highest references required.—Apply Byknield Motor Company (Limited), Burton-on -Trent.$9234 YOUXG Man Seeks S.ruiat;OTT a8 Traveller or Can- JL vasser; 11 years' experience; any line.—Y 76, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2344z22 MISCELLANEOUS SITUATIONS. Smart Groom-Coachman^ capable of Driving a A Pair or Horses and knowledge of Flower Garden essential, Required at once.—Apply. stating age, weight, and testimonials, to Dr. J. H. Davies, Tir Caradoc, Port Talbot. e2433z24 ARPENTERS and Joiners.—Improver Seeks Situa, tion; six years' experience.—Write Y 77, Evening Express Office, Cardiff. e2350z22 DRIVER Wants Mtaation Second Week in January; good driver; good references if required; knows town well.-Y 71, Express Office, Cardiff. e2319z22 ENGINEER and Stoker Seeks Change; aged 26; total abstainer; married; used to gas, eteam, and eiectrio plants; do own Topairs; laundry of Manufac- turor's works; good timekeeper.—K. X., Express Office, Newport. e2457z26 EX^ARMY Man Seeks Any .Employment; uw to Ehon-w; ab3tainer; 13 years' good char?eteT.- Green, 36, Lower Cathedral-road. 024142,24 I HAIRDRESSERS.—Wanted, Young Man, about 23, must be firsffclass, quick shaver, haircutter, for I Permanency; sober; half 110liàa.- Apply, references, wagM (indoors), J. W lii&ms, Hairdr?s?, Tobacconist, 11, 33, Commercial?street, Aberdare. e2567z22 HA I RDHE.S SER.—G ood~ "Gen t's Hand; _oay/ shiver; jjL couid manage; excellent refe'onces; can start at once.—Apply Hairdresser, 36, Windsor-Toad, Caer- phwy. e2212z24 MILK, strong Countryman; married "eaLrty riser; ?? can canvass; inexperienced; wiU give time and security to learn round.—A. B., 3, Middle Spillmane, Stroud. e2458z26 POST-Office, Cardiff.—Nine Vacancies in January, ) [. Boys under 16, Girls under 18; highest successes at previous examinations.—Regulations, particulars of classes, post free, Skerry's College, 134, Queen-street, Cardiff. e2239z29 WINDING Frgi. ?WM?d fore-Stœ.m ￼ Coal CoUiery. 6outh Wales—Apply > giving age and experience, by 24th inst., to Y 63, Evening I Expre, Cardiff. c9229 WANTED," Situation' a? Caretakers fwife thor- ) W oughiy experienced; lived in large building of I I oce9.-Y 46, Evening Express. Card.ff. e2232z24 WANTED, Re-engagement as Working Farm W Bailiff; life experience; well up m all branches of farming; excellent references.—Apply A 24, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2497z24 WANTED- lmme?a'teiy? Teamsma-nT?o practic3Jlÿ w take chMga of small larm, with son to milk and help on farm, wife to act as dairymaid.—Apply Prettejohn, The Grange, Winterbourne, aear Bristol. c9235 'Ií-r ANTLOco.-DriVerá.ruï8unter-;referencee Tequired.-Apply A 19. Evening Express, Car- diff. c9246 WANTED, Sngme-driver and Fitter; a thoroughly T t experienced man; to attend to stone-crusher and oil engine; must be well acquainted with the work and able to undertake all repairs; highest testi- monials as to sobriety and general character required; wages 30s., rising later if thoroughly satisfactory.— Apply Y 84, Evening Express, Cardiff. C92a6 W ANTED, Work to Erf. t Corrllgatèd ROOfSand Buildings, or Repair all kinds Steel Structure, Bridge, Pit Frames Painted or Tarred; good references; piece or day.—Barton, .11, Blewitt-street, Newport. ej7 WANTED, Young Man, from 17 to 20, to Look "f After Stable; shle to milk.—State wages, A 15, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2455z26 ANTED7 by Practical Man, LTndsrape'Garden"- ing; walks, drives, and lawns made; shrubs and trees planted; day, hour, or oontract; trees and shrubs supplied at moderate charges.-K. U., ExpreGS Office, Newport. e2419z24 WANTED immediii?ly, Three Meii^used to shaft ￼ waHing; also One good Colliery Carpenter.— Apply, with references, to G. A. Greener, Gelynog Colliery, Llantrisant. o9222 WANTED, Man "single, to Attend ~to~Cows and GaNin; live indoors.—Applyf with references, Bridges, :FrongeHi, poI_a.1S. e24B5z26 WANTED, a Situation as (f, or '?room nd f f Coachman; life abstainer; good references.-B. Skyrm, Dylais Fach Lodge, Tonna, Neath. 09199 WAN"ii;D, Tin-h°use SuperinteRdant "for"c"wmMin I Works, Swansea; must be thoroughly expe- rienced, capable man. Apply, by letter, state age, ) experience, and reference, Box 19, G.p.o., Swansea. ctl97 1 WANTED, Traction Eng-ineTiTer.-AppIY, with I YV experience and referencæ, to D. Jones and 80M, Lion, Beulah^ R.S.O., Cardiganshire. c9209 YOUNG Man Wanted to Assist Cowman; good Y milker; w?ges 16s. we^k.—Akers, Peotrebane, St. Fagan's. e2447z24 P A RTNER SH fP~s! -A-Pártner'i¡ i;TshëdBusinffi5; I A &PIondid oprortu?ity for a commercial genti? man of good address; references furnished and I required; cost about £ 1,100; no goodwill.-rApply Box A 11, Evening Expre6, Cardiff. c9242 I L'ADY Partner Wanted in Fancy Business? good L living; half-share £ 60, or would sell outright; easy to 10M"n and manage.—Apply Fancy, Evening Ex- press, Swansea. e2315z26 TAILORS.—Required, Gentleman with £ 150 to Take Tsliere in sound Business (bearing every investigation), and to Travel; every opportunity of increasing the trade.—Y 42, Evening Express Office, Cardiff. e2428z24 APARTMENTb W NTED WANTED, Living Part of large House in Town Centre; with modern conveniences; attached to business premises not objected to.—Reed, Glove and Shears Hotel, Cardiff. e2393z24 t?T'ANTED? by respectable Young Married Couple, TV Furnished Sitting-room and Bedroom, with use of oven grate, near Queen-street.—State terms (must be mo%erste) to Y 88, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2416z24 ANTED, a Combined Room (Furnished for VT Lady and Baby; Neath district.—Apply Y 57, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2263z26 APARTMENTS ACCOUCHEMENTS.—Certified N?rse OÍfen comfort- Anble Home; strictly private; moderate.—32, Ll". bleddian-gardens, CaY6. Cardiff. 03016 A-PARTMENTS(FurnIShed); every convenience; uit A4-rried couple.—195, Mackintœh-plaœ, Roath Park. e2469z26 BOARD-and Lodgings for respectable Young Man 01 Two Friends; share bedroom together; hot and cold bath; comfortable home; no ohildren; near High-street, Merthyr.—Apply X., Evening Expreas, MerUiyr. e2418z24 COMFORTABLE Board-Residence; suit gentlemen friends; all conveniences; Edwards-terrace.—Y 82, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2377z27 FBONT Rooms V_t- on the 2%h apartments or X Board-residence; five minutes Tall or Rhymcey stations; central; moderate.—17, Sengbenydd-road, k CWthaya Park. J J FURNISHED Apartments for Young Men; front or Jf back eitting-room; bath.—32, Glearoy-street, off City-road. e2338z27 IODGINGS for respectable Working Man; use of L hot, cold bath; with quiet people; no other lodgers kept; 10 minutes' walk from cAy.-Apply 36, Lower Cathedral.,load, Cardiff. e2413z.24 NEIGHBOURHOOD of college.—sitting and Bed Boom to Let to Lady as Paying Guest.—A 18, Express, Cardiff. e2479z29 TO Let, t?nCui?rl?llrapA-ed tments,??7p-ply T ham-place, Canton. e2349z22 TO Let, Unfurnished Apo-rtments; respectable JL locality.—49, Sapphire-street, Boath, Cardiff. ezZ4 TWO Unfurnished Boomsto~ Let; hot^andcold bath; close to cars; tenrm moderate.—Y 56, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2256z26 WANTED, a Gentleman to Sham Sitting-room W (pa.rate bedroom) minLn Tredegarvine; terms 158. —A 17, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2482z26 WANTED, Young Man to Share Booms with Another-Apply 38, Thomas-street, Merthyr. e2442124 OS, Cathedral-road.—Hi???i?Board-Basldancer?te 2" dinner; terms on appUcation. «2339z22 SEASIDE AND COUNTRY APARTMENTS. PENARTH.—Apartments Vacant on S? Front? p comfortable; board-residence or week-end visitors to Cardiff.—5, Beach Cliff, Esplanade. e2358z23 WANTED, Cardiff or Penarth, Unfurnished Flat Vt or Four Rooms; gM, bath, 4c.—Full particu- la,rs, Y 89, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2384z22 WANTED, Paying Guests in Country Resort; close Iff to station; terr44 juoderate.—Morris, Creigiau, Cardiff. e2450zZ6 HOUSES TO LEI MESSRS. S. HERN AND PERT"B, m AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS. SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. For List of Business Premises and Houses to be Let or Sold seo "Western Mail" daily. Printed register free. Offices, 93, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. Established 1849. ?.AKriELb?treet,?Roa?th?Mk? (27)T*t<?Le?t? 0 Lady Day.—Apply 27, Claude-road. e2176z22 TO ￼ Let, niceIy-a'tuat?r'House? six rooms, bath- T room (hot and cold;; 'buses pas6 door; rent 95. week inclusive.—Apply Milward, Roseland House, Whitchurch, Cajdm. e2335z22 TO Let, 26, Teiathedrn.t-róad.-ApplY TTLOM?., 15, Floremti?-street, CaLhys, CardiS. e2318z26 TO Let, The Hollies, four recep- T tion-rooms, five bedrooms, w.c., bath; stable, coach-house; garden.—Lewis, Graig-y-Felin, Crumlin; or Treasure, Gellyhave, JCaesycwmmer. e2153z22 HOUSES WANTED. WANTED, by the end of December. to Bent a W House in Cardiff; Manortre6t or Allensbank- crescent, Cathays, preferred; rent from 7s. 6d. to 9s.—C., 28, High-street, Penarth. e2471z26 HOUSES FOR SALE. FB Sale, at ]?-.g.. Worl?.?. C?tt..ge?, p(t,,?,anted); near Rhymney Railway Station &nd within easy reach of coalpits.—Apply Davies and Jones, Builders, Pen gam. e2289z26 UR HOu-ses; well let,$9. 6d. per week; good L" r repair; £ 85.—Y 87, Evening Express, Cardiff. ez27 FOB the Small Sum of lis. per month you ca.n become the Owner of a £ 3D0 House and Live Bent. Free.—Apply, confidentially, Long, 63, Arabella- utrea^ Jloath Park, Cardiff. e2436z24 St, Maughan-terrace, Penarth; 9s. weekly; well JUL let; good Tepair—a 10, Evening Express, Car. dlfl. 62453z28 HOUSES for c-k'airwater-grove, Cowbndgelroad? ja Lansdowno-road, Manor-street, Whitchwch-road, Claude-road, Diana-street, Bedlaver-street, Homesdale- street, Little Frederick-street.—T. Henry-Smith, Fair- water-grove, Llandaff. e2470z26 IMMEDIATE Sale, beautIful Three-storey DwelJing- house, Colum-road; two Teception-rooma, five bed- rooms; every convenience; owner leaving Cardiff for appointment in other town,-Carr, 33, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. c9237 LOOK YOU—Why Pay Bent all your life when JU 10s. 10d. a month will Buy £ 250 House, or l'is. 4d. month will Buy a. jMOO House? All your own. -K. J., EV..rn.-eas, Newport. e2251z26 T'HJBEE Houses for £ al^ JN large, populous thorough- T' twe; ripe for extension into shops (tenants for two assured); present rentals £62, which would be doubled on alteration.—A 20, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2495z30 PUBLIC, HOUSES. TO Let, the Blue ltli Inn, 'Yst IckUte; double- JL licensed liotise.&pfly New Black Lion Brewery Company (Li-ited), Aberdare. e2294z26 C- OMMANDING Ocrner Hotel, centrally situated, C Bristol; faces four thoroughfares; large yard and commodious stabling; exceptionally profitable trade, about jess weekly; 'ingoing £ 550; widow must sell.— Apply Tebbs, Victoria-street, Bristol. COUNTRY Roadside U Public, near Bristol; nice, easily-managed business; productive walled-in garden, orchard, paddocks, outbuildings; sound, reliable trade; under brewers ales only; ingoing £ 550; early possee&ion.—Apply Tebbs, Valuers, Bristol. C OUNIIRY Fully-licensed House, six miles from Bristol; garden, orchard, stabling; takings £ 16 weekly; open to Improvements; ingoing £ 350 Apply Tebbs, Bristol. COUNTRY Hotel, Somerset; best in the neighbour- hood; takings L30 weekly; expenses very small: orchard, paddock, garden, stabling; last tenant 36 years; ingoing JCSOO; guaranteed as sta.ted.-Apply Tebbs, Valuers, Bristol. HANDSOME Spirit Vaults, Bristol; most costly n and gorgeously fitted bars; cost £1,000 to erect; all counter trade, L35 weekly; closed Sundays; splen- did corner premises; faces four thoroughfares Apply Tebbs, Bristol. HOTEL-Public, centre Bristol; yard and stabling Jl bring in £ 100 per annum; baT trade klo weekly; ingoing £ 230.—Apply Tobbs, Valuers, Bristol. s PIRIT Vaults, Bristol; trade, 450 weekly; tied ales k3 only; ingoing :Cl,loO.-Apply Tebbs, Bristol. SUIT Beginners or Industrious Couple.—Respectable, easily-managed Hotel, situate in a pleasant suburb of Bristol; close to railway station; respect- able, easily-managed business; cash required £ 250.— Apply Tebbs, Bristol. s PIRIT Vaults, busiest thoroughfare, Bristol; all C) counter trade; payments £50 monthly; last tenant 50 years; ingoing L300 cash.—Apply Tebbs, Valuers, Bristol. e2317z26 rLet, Double-licensed House at Dowlais.—Apply D. F. Fritchard (Limited), Brewers, Crumlin, M011. ca247 BUSINESSES FOR DISPOSAL. OLD-Established Plum ing, &a<nttingBusineS, ￼ Bristol; m?n road; good locality; plant, stock, goodwill, £ 50.—B., Evening Express, Brjstol. e2373z22 S MA-LL Bestaurant Business for Immediate Dis- !j posal; old-established.—Apply Bakers, 41, Caroline-street. e2292z26 TH'ILK Bound'?or S?)e; 200 gallons weekly, 300 eggs, .r:I. 241b. butter; WeAem Valley; mining district; torso and float.-Y 78, Evening Express, Cardiff. ez22 BAKING, Confectionery (Bath); situated one the l J_) best positions; splendid rounds; full prices; ca6h connection; no book debts; nearly 11 sack trade; E250, includes patent oiren.-Apply Tebbs, Valuers, Bristol. COMMERCIAL Hotel and Restaurant, centre of c Bristol; old-established, well-known business; free beer and wine licence; closed Sundays; takings about X20 weekly; everything as stands, £ 550.—Apply Tebbs, Bristol. COMMERCIAL Hotel and Restaurant, Bristol; J established 100 years; furnished throughout; L300-Apply Tebbs, Bristol. COUNTRY Baking and General, Gloucestershire; comfortable house; gardens, stabling, outbuild- ings; rent D20; present hands seven years; £160.- Apply Tebbs, Victoria-street, Bristol. REFRESHMENT Business, City Bristol; pro- prietress 13 years; money-making business; £ 70. —Apply Tebbs, Bristol. SMART Sweets,Confectionery (Bristol); comfortable home; suit sisters or young couple; £ 100.—Apnly Tebbs. TEMPERANCE, commercial Hotel (Bristol); mag- nificent premises; fully furnished; proprietress retiring; ingoing £ 1,050.—Apply Tebbs. SMART Tobacconist's, Fancy (Bristol); leading thoroughfare; rent £ 30; suit ladies; £;)20 required. —Apply Tebbs. "T^TOOD'S Dining-rooms, Broadniead, Bristol.— VV This old-established, profitable Business, 9120. —Apply Tebbs, Bristol. HAULING Contractor's Business, suburb Bristol; t l. established connection; same family 24 years; three splendid horses, four carts, harness, &c.; capi- tal condition; rent, including stabling, 8s. weekly; Ingoing £ 200.—Apply Tebbs, Vlotoria-street, Bristol. SMALL Private School, Weston-super-Ma"; numerous pupils, increasing every term; nice, respectable residential totality; 8Uit siqters or two lady friends; incoming £30.-F()r further particulars apply Tobbs, 76, Victor iastreet, Bristol.. e2317z26 ir?OR ￼ &Ie, genuine Fis?, Gri;?ngr6?,eF-T? nd, Flat FR Cart, Cob, Scalee, ?c.—Apply K. Evening Express, Newport. e2397z27 GOOD Lodging-house for Sale; 13 bodpa; Tice £ 10.— Apply 18, Tredegar-strset. e2626z24 BUSINESS PREMISES. R Sale, fine Business Premises; splendid living 1 accommodation; suit grocer, pawnbroker, ward robe dealer; occupied by hairdresser and newsagent; owner retiring from business.—Apply, first instanoe, 68, Eldon-street, Riverside, Cardiff. eMMz22 FR Sle Premises 'of Nor2, Little BTidg&-st PE?uitabl? for warehouse or stores; lea?a 999 years; 25ft. frontage.—Apply Pope, 34, Caroline-street. Car- diff. e2352z22 LOCK-UP Shop" to Let, double frontage, at Glyn- I corrwg.—Apply Queen's Hotel, GlylicorTwg, Port Talbot. e2361i22 SHOP, Riverside; good condition; well let; nly 1200; ID& weekly.—A 9, ?ventng Express, Cardiff. e2452z28 TO Let, Newport (Screw Packet-road), Monmouth and B-ccon Canal, Warobouw on Ground Floor— Apply to Mr. H. J. Saunders, Canal Engineer's Office, G. W.R., Bath. O3038 1 1 ■ OFFICES. TWO Front Rooms in Western Mail-buildings, St. T Mary?treet, Cardiff, to be Let; ste=-heated and electric-UgMed.—Apply to Mr. E. H. CWter, Western Mall, c?a?ff. eW7S ?! ESTERN Mall CbsmbWs, mgh?tteet. Newport, W Mon.—To Let, OZce on Second Flom; low nmt. Apply to TMW NAMCW on PCOM"I. 4am ￼ HORSES, LIVE STOCK, &c. A Large Croesed-bred Retriever Puppy; four mom tha old; gives instant alarm on sight or sound; will make a fine guard and a safe companion for children; 109.-Rogere, 49, Tredegar-street, Cardiff. (-,2375z22 CURLY-Retriever Bitch; winner first, special Maeateg last week; sire "Belle Vue Surprise," da.m "AnwQrth Judy"; conditional free service to Deveronside Nigger," winner Birmingham.—Thomas, Myrtle House, Pencoed. e2422z24 TT?R SaJe?Brown?Mare; seven years, 15.2; gmmd; rgood hunter; c&nies lady; quiet in harness; rasw aJI tr&Mc.-C?owhxaan, Burghoide, Whitchurch, Cardiff. e24Wz24 -LAOR Sale, a large Black Curly Betriever Dog; 15 JC months; splendid house dog; can be leanit any- thing; quiet with children; price L3; worth double.- Apply T. Lent, No. 12, Glamorgan-terrace, Brynna, LiaJiiarran. e2366z22 R Sale, a Cocker Spaniel; broken to gun; price P-2 56.Apply Mason, Mount Cottage, Dinas Powis. e2400r24 R Sale, a Greyhound Bitch; 18 months; pedigree; .r no reasonable offer refused. Also Three Bitch Pups; eight weeks; 10s. each; sire MartOrgan.W. Grace, 3, Tyabryn-terrace Pontyclun. e2465z26 Sale, Lemon arm White st. Bernard and FB Mastiff Bitch; good yard dog, and fond of ohil- dren; aged two years; price il.-Thomas Hawker, Royal Forester Hotel, Cinderford, Gloucestershire-. ez26 B Sale, Young Pedigree Smooth Fox Terrier Bitch; over distemper; good house dog and com- panion; chance for beginners breeding for show pur- poses.—Stokes, 2, Oak-street. Blackwood, Mon. ez22 "t"iOR -.ale, Th-ree-yr-OIA C???dark brown; quiet to X. ride or drive; pass all traffic; price £ 18.— Apply T. Hawker, Boyal Forester Hotel, Cinderford, Gloucestershire. e2461226 ￼ Sale, the best Retriever Dog living, for house FR or yard; ?1 5a.-Apply W. Hockey, 11, Crown- street, Maindee, Newport, Mon. e23641;22 HANDSOME, strong Setter Pup?r?ix months old; 11 by Trevallen Bap," ex Nannie Cwmneol contains blood of Squire BentiDCk," "Cborister Mallwyd Sirdar," Dovey Pride."—Apply Daniel Jones, Cwmneol Farm, Godreaman, Aberdare. e3403z24 KITTENS.—For SaIer beautiful Blue Persians; cele Kbrated Moko ?tra?n; charming Christmas presents; from two guineas each.—Homoeopathic Medicine Company, Frederick-street, Cardiff. e2332z26 T?rOTICE.?A?sp!endid Brindle Greyhound for Sale. i? —S. Jones, 3D, Gilmour-street, De Wintonneld, Tonypandy, Rhondda Valley. eZ474z26 TT^LAT-Coated Retriever, winner each time shown, Jj for Sale; ?-hmp; Ch. Wimpoie Peter" blood; must be disposed of at once; would exchange for good gun.—H., Evening Express, Merthyr. e2326z22 I.Rl" Terrier Puppies; champion bred; likely win- ners; game parents; cheap.—132, Newport-road., Cardilf. e;22377;24 "VTANNY Goat fcr Sale; used to children; bargain ?;s-Breese, Eed Cow, Merthyr. e2324z22 THREE Toy Dogs (Puppies) for Sale; make "Jendid TChristmas present; eight weeks old; price 10s. each.—Apply Walker, 43, Byron-street, Roath, Cardiff. e2336z22 WANTED, Young Airedale Dog for Guard and t V Yard.—Wm. Morgan, Ashleigh Cottage, Rhiw, Blackwood. e2480z26 WANTED, Sable and White Collie Bitch; must be t't' well up in point8.-Send full particulars to W. S. Burcheli, 47, Hirwain-road, Aberdare. e2402z24 '??ANTfJ), to Purchaee&RetrleverlWe Puppy or t t Youn? Dog.—StMe lowest price, X 91, Evening Express, Cardiff. c9191 .n CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c. FO UR IALndaus, Seven Broughams, Three Gover- JC ness Cars, Several Carts and Gigt.-Perry and Turner, Qarriage and Motor-body Builders, Frederick- street, Cardiff. e2167z22 FOR Sale, Trap; good condition; two seats and cushions; cheap; room wanted.—J. Thomas, Undertaker, Bisca. e2473z26 FB Sale, Two Furniture Vans (large and small), JL TroHey, and Horse; together or separate.—Apply J. F. Williams, 83, Carl-isle-street, Cardiff. e2307z26 LABGIEJST Selection in Wales.—Over 150 Vehicles in JLj Stock. Dogcarts of all kinds, including Surreys, Rustics, Side-seats, Governess, and Jubilee Cars, Gigs, &r.; also Landaus, Broughams, Wagonettes, Brakes, &c., at J. Norman's Carriage Showrooms, Cviton, Cardiff. Canton cars pass door. Nat. Tel., 470. 8600 ? Second-hand Brougnajns; newly done up; hi first- U class condition. Three Second-hand landaus, Second-hand Stanhope Gig, and Four Second-hand four-wheel Dogcarts.—Lewis, Cairiag* Builder, Tudor- lane and Clare-street, Cardiff. e2314 PIGEONS, POULTRY, &c. AN A Rl ES .—One Pair high-class, typical York- I shires, bred from my winners, 18. Qi.; Cock Goldfinch Mule, 6s.; bargains.—Owen, 3, Bloom-street, Canton, Cardiff. e2366z28 CANARIES.—-Grand Songeters, 6s.; YorkshireCOcks, I 7e. Goldfinches, 3s.; Linnets, Is.—Baker's, Queen's Arcade. e2454z26 CHRLSTMAS Poultry.—JSuy from the Farm.—Meal and milk fatted Geese and Turkeys: guaranteed young; well-fatted.. Don't buy foreign rubbish. Beautiful Young Geese, fat as butter, 9ib. 56. 2d., 101b. 6s. 3d., 111b. 6s. 9d., monster 151b. 98.; grand Turkeys, plump, 71b. 6s. 3d., 81b. 7s., 91b. as., lofb. 9s., beauty, 121b. 10s. 6d.; immediate dispatch; satisflllC-l tion guaranteed.—Williams, Fern lea Farm, Frome. ez22 LARGE, prime. fat Geese (alive), 6s. each; fat _tj Fowls, 56. couple; Ducks, 5s. couple; Norfolk Turkeys and Laying Fowls.—Ingram, 5, Penypeel- road, Canton. e2476z26 p Rj,E-Bred Black Minor?? Cl;i?k-erelbred %fro -m P winner of first and special, for Sale; a bargain; only &s. 6d.; good comb, lobes, 001our, and condi- tion-py_,m-root:Roa.th-Car.2Z OOD Twice ￼ Holise-moult?d Cloci Gfinch for Sale (7r?.), or Exchange for good Roller Cock.—Skeldon, 113, Goodrich-creecent, Newport, Mon. e2 401z24 XMAS Poultry.—I am Offering some choice Turkeys -?MiAS Poultry.—I am O?ering some choice Turkeys Intending buyers should write at once for quotation, Francis Walsh, Exporter, Hanover-street, Cork. Tele? graphic Address, Walsh, Cork." c9164 XMAS.—What is more appreciated than á. Pair-of x lovely fat Chickens for Xmas Dinner; dressed by practical hand; 4s. 9d. per couple: oarriage paid; satisfaction guamnt?,?ed.-Yew Tree powtry Farm' Parkhouse, Trellech, Mon. e2463z24 YORKSHIRE Canaries.—A Few Cocks and Hen JL Left; songsters and breeders; same strain th?t I won at Swansea, Narberth, Llanelly, Pembroke Dock Nantymoel this 6eason.—Apply Thomas, Myrtle House, Pencoed. e2423z24 FOR SaIe, SixWeU-bred,pure'?White Fantail Frigeon,3 (2s. eachi, or Exchange for Poultry — Mrs. Williams, The Elms. Marshfield, Cardiff. e2354z22 FLENDID large White -Engfish Geese,-8s7^couple; large Ducks and Laying Fowls, 4s. 6d. oouple; Hereford Maroh-hatched Pullets, near laying; Turkey-, 10s. to 15s. oouple.-Ingram, 5, PIln3,peel-road, Camton. e2371z27 WINNERS.—A Silver Spangled Hamburg Cock W (winner of first and special at Bridgwater) and Two nice Hens; a good breeding pen; price 25s.; a bargain.—1, Sun-street, Roath, Cardiff. e2407z24 JEWELLERY FOR SALE. IS Your Watch Wrong? The best and cheapest shop JL in Ordiff for the repair of watches of everv description (English or Foreign) is 36, Castle Arcade (third shop from Castle-street), by James Keir (for ten years with Mr. Spiridian). Ctoekt and Music ee eleaned anu repaired. e9171 rvLD-Snuff Boxes, War MpdalsT^and^Td Mirrora I Wanted.-Tainsb, Park-place, Cardiff. c8741 CHRISTMAS Presents.—Watches, Clocks, Jewellery Electro Plate; splendid selection; see our special pem ring list.-Elliott and Co., Corner Royal Arcade and The Hayes, Cardiff. e3029 PRETTY New Pendants and Necklets, in stones and gold, at Ernest Tainsh, Park-place, Cardiff. e239lz24 TEKLING Silver Christmas Present-, of good style and make, at Ernest Tainsh. Park-place. ez24 0 LD Gold and Jewellery Purchased or Cash or ?? Exchanged by Ern?t Tainsh, Park-place. ez24 INGERSOLL 5s. Watch, Campbell's Melodeons", _L Walking Sticks, &c., &c.-Timothygi Stores, Corner of Arcade, St. John's-square. ø2903 SALE OR EXCHANGE. RECORDS.—Advertiser Willing to Exchange up tc RTwo Dozen.for Other Records; Edison preferred; would consider including cash as port exchange.— Appiy, giving full particulars, Amroth Villa, Inver- nees-place, Cardiff. e2363z22 BICYCLES, TRICYCLES, &c. E-ITT's Free-wheel Cycle; Omster hub, front Toller brake; special bargain; 65s.-Norton, 126, Queen street, Cardiff. eI058 A Good Gentle Bike; El.-Apply 13, Raven-street I eZMtea MOTORS, MOTOR CYCLES. TTTJ; have the following Second-hand Can for 84e,- VV 8-h.p. Tonneau, with Hood, De Dion, £ 135. 9-11-b.p. Tonneau, Clement £ 145. 10-12-h.p. Tonneau, Humber ?140 8-h.p. Tonneau, M.M.C Lm 6-h.p., 2-seater, De Dion L125. 5-h.p., 2-seeler, Baby Peugeot L120. Ayline and Sona, Motor Works, Oardiff and Newport. 63022 SOLE-Agents for South Wales and Monmouthshire. —We oan give Early TJeliveries of the 8-15 and 28 h.p. De Dion Bouton Models; also 18-28 and 35 rp. Clement Cars.—Ayliffe and Sons, Motor Works, Car- diff and Newport. a8040 VOR-.Sa.l.e, 7-6-b.p. two-cylinder, three-seat? Swift FCar; perfect condition.—Apply Mrs. Vivian, Roskear, Penarth. H- c9220 T HE SOICTH WALD,- MOTOR OOMPAN-Y, Cardiff, Swansea, Tenby, and Haverfordwest. Depots for the Daimler, Humber, Argyll, and Talbot Cars. Now Models on View and Early Deliveries. eCT72 WHY Pay a Fancy Prioe for a foreign-built car wTben you can buy an aM-Britiah oar, with a 12 months' guarantee, at a Reasonable Price? Humber Cars are right in frout for reliability and finish. 30-b.p. Humber, cylinders, Roi de Beiges body, £525. 15-h.p., 4 cylinders, Roi de Beiges body, £ 340. 112. 4-eylinder, side entrance body, £315. 12, Doctor's Oar, 4 cylinders, leather hood and wind shield, complete, .£290. l J. THOMAS and Co., Oantoo Motor Depot, 2, Well- lngton-Ctraet^ OMdtC. Sole Agenta for Hamber Cam L sm j LAND AND FARM. WANTED, Small Farm (15 to 20 acres) 10 to 15 It miles out of Cardiff (Newport or Bridgend).— Apply Y 85, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2377z27 FARM AND GARDEN _BOUT Five Acresof highly-productive Kitchen Garden and 0-chard, with large Forcing R?Dues; on main road.—Steven, Land AgOntS, Newport, ez-24 OIL Engines, Oil EngLues.-Iole Local Agent for the celebrated "Handy Man" Oil Engines, Chaff- cutters, Mills, Turnip Cutters, and all kinds of Farm Implements at lowest possible prices; Farm and Haul- ing Carts, Dobbin Carts, Navvy Barrows, &c. Esti- mates and Catalogues sent on application to STONE'S IMPLEMENT DEPOT, Nat. Tel., 1258. 6, Westgate-street, Cardiff. FURNITURE. AT J. Lewis aDd-Co:'6;-Qnoon-:etreet-A, and A65 and 82, Queen-streit, a Special Xmas Sale now on. To cash buyers of Musical Instruments we offer for Z 15 1515. a genuine Second-hand high-class Coll ard d and Collard Upright Graal Piano; original cost £45. Y, 12 12s., an ebonised iron frame Piano, by Heath and Sons; original cost, 28 giineas. £ 6 6s., a good, sound Piano, iE walnut caw; a?w several others at £ 10. £ 3 3s., a sweet-toned Harmonhi.n; also a Laer 336., a s,eet- tonod -AiT- iiion!7u-.I a aso £ 10 10s., a beautiful pipe-top AmM'i?n Orpn. 10 stops. b??tiful pip4e-top ￼ ?mericaa OTM. 10 -£15 158., a. genuiI!ë Mason and Hamlin American Organ, in massive ?ld walnut oase; well worth inspection, as it is a grand instrument. WE alsb Offer the Entire Contents of a Residence f f removed from Cathedral-road, aimprising rich Turkey, Axmineter, and Tapewry Carp-jts and Rugs, Bookcases, Drawing and Dining Room Furniture, and Several Bedroom Suites, Throe superior Brass Bed- steads, with Fittings complete; a Singer Sewing Machine; a high-class Gramophone, on ebonised pedestal, with 36 Becords. A -ZV Library of Books in case complete, Several DeBks, Safes, and Office Fittings, and various other Effects, which we now offer for Absolute Sale. If unable to call send postcard for partffculars to J. Lewis and Co., 65 and 82, Queen-street, and Queen's Arcade, Cardiff. OWING to Alt,-tlons of remisw J. Lewis and 0 Co., 90, %t. M-r?-streft, CM-diS, must CI?r the ?noie of their Entire Stock before the New YeM. Rare bargains. Solid Walnut Bedroom Suites, 34 guineas; Parlour Suite, 2 i guineas; Bedsteads, full size, 12s. 6d.; Sideboard, L3 10s., &c. Goods stored free of charge for the convenience of customers any length of time.—Call and inspect our stock or write for sale catalogue to J. Lewis and Co., 90, St. Mary- street, Cardiff. Railway fare paid. Please note Name and Number. a7458 DOMESTIC ARTICLES I BR.DBL'RY'S Sewing Machine for 8-ale, £ 1; also Singer's Machine, 15?.; Jones's Boot Machine; in working order; all great bargains; any reasonable offer accepted.—23, Bichards-terrace, Boath. e2340z22 R Sale, Mail-cart (double); in good condition; JC 12S.-Apply 141, Duckpocl-road, Maindee, New- port. e2421z24 MEDICAL REMEDIES. TAKE Herbal Pills and be Happy.—Head and Stomach, Diuretic, Female, Tooth, Kidney, Nerve, Aperient, Liver, Digestive, Tonic, W.W., Puri- fying and Compound Caster Oil in ld. boxes, also Head and Nerve Powders in Id. packets. Safe, sure, and speedy in their action. Thousands sell them. They always give satisfaction..—Trimnell, The Herba- list, 144, Richmond-road, Cardiff. Established 1879. Agents Wanted Everywhere. e3007 poR English and Foreign Medical Herbs, Boots, i .r Barks, Flowers, Seeds, and Leaves of the finest quality, caU or eend to Trimnell, The Herbalist, 144, Richmond-road, Cardiff. e3K)7 TO Prevent Fraud see that you get"Est?bHshed T1879 on every label and wrapper of Trimnell's j parations, without which none are genuir'fTrlm neU, The Hecbaast, 144, Richmond-road, CMdiC. e5007 RUPTURE.—Makers of the SteeUess ￼ EMiat 'Iruss j'L and all Surgical AppIiacoes.?AUen Pearce, 23, Charles-street, Cardiff. e2789 MISCELLANEOUS. I ASTROLOGY.—Character, Finance, Marriage, Two A STBOLOGY.—Character, FJmMce, MMr:&ge, Two! Prof. Gould, 27, Windsor-road. Newport. Mon. e3010 ] JOINERY Supplied to Castle or Cottage, Church tj or Chapel; allo Turning of All Clat;S,-For prt&es apply to Barry Dock Steam Joinery Cottpany (Limited), Barry Dock. Nat. Tel. No., 0198. 62357 M ADAM Proctor has Returned-17,"harton-5treet (hear Library), Cardiff.—Palmistry; birth-date, Is., and stamp. e3079 WANTED Known.—Bristol Miners and Directors TT Becommend Hanley's Cage Guardian: suitable for any weight at any speed.—Fnllest details, Luck- well-road, Bristol. e2165z22 MlSCELLANtOUS WANTS. GUN.—Wanted, good Second ?le-barral 12- Gb<)re CE, u tral Breechloader; gocd kMeT; cheap; must be sent on approval.—W. W. Williams, Laurels, St. Clears. e2323z22 GOOD-Old Guitx Wnted; approval.?]i7 A -re?,,2?, GCardiff-road, Newport. e2329z22 MBS. Lawrence, Wardrobe Dealer, 4, Portmanmoor- road, will Buy all kinds of Leit-off Clothing; best price given; letters attended to at once. e2467z29 RS." Richards, 15, Topaz-street, Roath, Wardrobe Dealer, Purchases ail kinds of Let-off Clothes; best price given. e2468z29 WANTED, Volt and .kmm&ter (combined), reading < V to 10 volts, 10 a.mps.-send particulars, price, to X., 22, Church-street, AbertiUery. e2451z26 u?V??, good po?Uion7 wif'h^to^Adopt Babv Boy from Birth; must De wealthy; premium £ 12.—A 5, Evening Expr-, GMdiS. e2445z24 WANTED,' respectable Young Lady or Gentleman W with Ms. for the St?se: no experience neces-\ sary.-Apply (if by letter enclose photoj to Heath, 82, Flora-street, Ca,thays, Cardiff. e2343z22 MISCELLANEOUS SALES. BOOK for Sale; great bwgain; leadmg friendly B Society; -?5 per cent. =mission; easily ool1«ted in two days; cash only.-Y 95, Evening Express, Car- diff. e2390z24 BILLIARD-Table (thTee-qu?rter), by Borroug?es 2??d JL? Watts; good condition; accesaoriM; sWt institute or private house; £ 12.—Apply W. V. Jones, Crick- howell. e2499z26 BILLIARD Tables, New, Second-hand, and Returned BHire; complete; 506. to £; approve; ca?h or credit; illustrated catalogue free.-Empire Billiard Co., 757, Old Kent-road, London. s2725 AZAAR Goods; Id. and 6id.; greatest variety"and j) value in the trade; wholesale.—Salmon and Matthewman (Limited), Gloucester-street, Birming- ham. Uån FB SWe, Secondhand Cinem&tà.ph ,-with Lime- p light Outnt; compete; a baf?ain; £ 7; no funher use; or will Exchange for Magic Lantern and Cash.- Apply ç. Spiller, Hartwell Villas, Aberfan. e2359z22 FB- Sale, Dol's' Pera.mbuIatorT?reenT?Mt'?oiled? J price 9s.—Addreas May Davies, 5, Grove-place, Penarth. e2205z24 1 FOREIGN Stamps; 1M all different, 4d.; 100 ?ixd j' Cclomab. 6d.; post free.-W. Wicker, 112. Paget- street, Cardiff. e2477z26 SKATES; wood from 6d. pair, steel from h. pair, ? roller from 1?. 6d. pa?r.-Bowden, 50, Charles- street, Cardiff. e2S38z28 PRIVATE Xmas Cards; from 2s. per doze n -S-end J. for sample book, post free, Stationery Stores, Western Mail. Cardiff. ROCKING Horse for Sale; not scratched; cost" 50s.; H will sacrifice for half.—Apply Thorn, Sunnyside, Llanishec. e2347z22 12 Novel Puzzle Xroas and New Year Postcards; L- J. cause great fun, roars of laughter.—Lyons and Co., Cornhill, Rhayader, Wales. e2388z24 POLES and Barh Wire for Sale Apply-to E. Hughes, 299, Holton-road, Barry. e2482z26 1,000 Well-mixed Foreign Stamps, lsTj post free"; J. 500 ditto, 8d.—W. Wicker, 112, Paget-street, Car- diff. e24S6z2o SPLENDID opiate Camera, by Service Photographic Is Company (London); one D.D. 5Lde, Ins A.R.B.I lens, roller blind shuttr: sell for ?0B.-Wm. Adams, William-street, Blackwood, Men. e2466z26 IRISH Tweeds, Flannels serges, Friezes, direct from Dublin Woollen Company, 15, Bachelors'-walk, Dublin; any length cut for caj&h;' parcels carriage paid.— Prioed psttteri, s from Dept. W. M. e2771 CHRISTMAS Presents; useful »*■«< ?aaMiMf? for ladies or gentleaen now being shown at the Stationery Stores, Western MatI, Cardiff. C HRISTMAS Cards.-JL Splendid Selection can now be seen rot the SUlt;one.ry 8-tores, Western Mail Oardi~. CHRISTMAS Card Cabinets; from M. to 5a.; beautifully assorted; each box containing envelopes to match caxds.-StatAonery Stones, Western Hail, Cardiff. DLABIES.—The Weatem Matl Diary, foolemp De;ze, int-lea?ed blotting, for le. 6d., is an ideal office diary; Letts', Smith's, Walker's, Collins', and other makers can also be had at the Stationary Stores, Western Mail, Cardiff. WYBLAND Oost umell and Suits, for lAId-. Gtrls, TV men, BeYI" perfect out: made to re only, by skilled tailors, from Wyeland high-grade material patterns; catalogue and aelf-measurstnMit form free; dlaoount for oash, or on the Wyeland (copyright) eye. too of monthly payments.—Morgan (Limited>. Dept. la, Hereford. aS487 WAGONS AND COLLIERY REQUISITES. "TTWiE Sate, 100 Ten-toil Modern Spring-buffered J:1 Wagons; with side, end, and bottom doors; in first-olass condition.—Full particulars and price, A 3, I Evening Express, Oardiff. C9241 COAL FOR SALE COALS per Ton for Cash on Delivery.—Bed Ash Coal, ISs.; Cobbles, 15?.; Large, 17s.; North's Large, 21s.; and Best Washed Nuts, 185.. or Half Large and Nuts, 20s.—Shield Bros., Crwys Coal Yard, R.R., near Crwys Bridge, Cardiff. e3034 SPORTING B Si?e, a ftmt-clem Double-barrel Breechloader rguw; top leave and steel ba?reta; 12-bor8; 35&; apprwQ.-]L Grace, 27, W. Briton perry. «2420z24 fA TERRIBLE ACCIDENTl Scene representing the recent Railway Accident at Grantham. I Jk E 8 is shown in the SM?Ot'?cd ?e?gT' recently fecctfp? I ? ?El?J?'L?C.L. by CHAITL?S LETTS & Co., ?eweH- known Diary Publishers.. Gt. Shelford, Nov. 14th, 1906. Messrs. Charles Letts & Co., Gentlemen,-Your letter of the 8th inst. came duly to hand, and in reply I beg to inform you that my late husband was the possessor of one of your Shilling Diaries, and the consideration and settlement of my claim for the One Thousand Pounds which the book carried were com- pleted in an eminently satisfactory manner. Yours faithfully, M. L. K." TWO Claims each of £1000 have been paid by the General Assurance Corporation, Ltd., in connection with the Insu- rance Coupons as contained in the Multum-in-Parvo Diaries. YOUR OPPORTUNITY The "WESTERN MAIL" and EVENING EXPRESS" have made arrangements with CHARLES LETTS & CO., the well-known Diary Publishers, for the issue of one of the neatest, most compact and N convenient Diaries ever issued. Of a size readily inserted in the waistcoat pocket, it contains much valuable information, and bound in buffing grain, with card or stamp pocket fitted with Charles Letts's Patent Self-Opening Memo. Tablet, it is truly, at ONE SHILLING, marvellous value. Each copy contains a £1000 ACCIDENT INSU- RANCE COUPON, which, in addition to Covering Accidents of Travel for 12 months, provides for a more limited time £3 per week if inca- pacitated by Sickness (certain forms of). Sold at all Bookstalls, Stationers, Newsagents, or will be sent from the Publishers, carefully packed and poet free, on receipt of remittance of is. The Evening Express enables you to obtain it free. W A copy of this Diary will be presented gratis to every advertiser paying for at least 3 insertions of a small Wanted amnotraeement in the Western Mail" or Evening Express during this week. 8I8i MUSICAL I CONCERTS, Parties, sc.—Engsrements Wanted.— C The Young Australian Troubadours, Instrumen- talists and Vocalists: unique performers; terms mode- Canton, Cardiff. ez22 I NTERTAINER or Party Wanted Xmas Evening Two or Three Hours; clever, bright, musical, &c.—Sta.te terms (moderate), Y 80, Express, Cardiff. FOR Sale, splendid EcboPhOne, with 140 Records and Case for carrying 56 records: as good as new; sweet tone; will accept any reasonable offer.- Thomas, 24, Greenway-road, Neath. e2147122 HARRY Quiningborough, The Cardiff Entertainer, JLl and Miss Constance Bromley (of the West Md and Provincial TLea.trt"S).-Sclos. Humorous Songs, Recitals, Monologues, Duetts, Duologues, Dramatic Excerpts, Sketches, &c.-75, Pontcanna-street, Cardiff. eMMZ26 j MISS G. Evan,?, Certific?ted Teazl?r of Music, has J?JL Vacancy for a Few Pupils; terms moderate.— 4. Constellation-street, Cardiff. e2411z24 MISS Nellie Watts, Soprano Soloist. 42, Holmesdale- 1l.1. street, Grange, Accepts Engagements for Con- certs, Bazaars, Ac.; terms on application. e2355z22 MRS. Davies, Pianiste, 9,?, Stow Hill, Newport, 1J Open to Engagements for Coming Swson. ezM PIANIST and Yoc??t Open to Engagements for I' JL Concerts, Dinners, Smokers, &e-Address George B. Harrison, 36, MMg?ret-atreet, Docks, CardiC. ez22 PHONOGRAPH Records for Sale-two dozen; almost JL new; Edison and Edison-Bell: 6d. and 9d. each. Apply 1, Sengtellydd-place, Salisbury-road, Cardiff. e2409z23 RECOBDS.—Ten Zonophone Records for 7s., or WE?c,hanR <A?yt?ing- Quite New. grand Accor- dion Organ; celestial tODe; 65.; cOst Us.; not 6Oiioo; no rubbish.—A. Trigg, 5, Gilfaoh-road, Tonypandy. e2424z24 T. Chinn, Wales' PreffnieT Coneeytiiiist, has Few ,m Vacant Dates; engage R. T. C. and hear the wonderful patent intruuents.-FCT terms apply 4, Pearson-street, City-road, Cardiff. e2343z22 PIANOS, Organs, Violins.—Before Purchasing Visit Webb's, and compare prices for cash or monthly system; established 1856.-Webb, 184, Bute- road, Cardiff. e3037 puxos &rd Organs, new, second-band, returned hire; cash or from lgk 6d. month, wrriage paid; send for catalogue; competition defied.—William Oooper, 747, Old Kent-road. London. *2724 rpWO Pianos; walnut; one iron frame; £ 13. TA?ot?her, £ 7 105. Perfect condition: accept near offer. Also Grandfather's Clock. Delivered.—Buck- lands, 57, Salop-street, Penarth. e2332z26 VIOLIN and Bow, in case: complete; sacrifice 15s. Also Sweet-toned Melodeon; small size; will sell for 56. Both genuine bargains.—Appj- J. L. Phillips, 1, Plymouth-terrace, Merthyr Tydfil. e2406z24 T _NTED-to pura.se a H?r?ped?t Mtioc.— VV State pnce to W. T., 24, Metai-street. e2412z24 I TVTV TM. Jenkins, 11?rpist (Welsh National E¡eddfod I prize-winner;, Open to Engagements, Conœrta, c, Harp L?-?-on?- Given. Also Harp Repairs Done; 30 years' experience.—30, Ardwyn, Pontypridd. ez24 SHOP FITTINGS. CROSS Brothers' Scale Department.—Evei*y Class <>f Scales kept in stock; repairs promptly done at low prices; ?nd f? i:lustmtd list, free.—CroaB Brothers, The C&tdiC Ironmongers, 3 and 4, St. Mary- street. c564 CROSS Bros'. (Ltd.? Safe Department.—Large stock, C various makes. Griffiths', 18 x 13 x 12, 486. 6d.; j 20 x 14 x 13, 55s. Perry's, 22 x 15 x 14, 856.; 24 X 17 r 15, 90s. Milner's, 25 x 19 x 19, 105s.; 25 x 19 x 19, two drawers, 1261;Full illustrated lists on application. n HOP Wid., tittings; brass, bronzed, and nickel: i io latest show 6tands.-Griffiths, Manufacturer, Stirchley, Birmingham. c2441z28 SCHOLASTIC. EXCELLENT Home school far G-lrls sod Junior T?XCEL.LE?rT Home Bctiool !or (Hrf MMl Jtmtot paration for t?U exams, by oectinct,?d and t?,a..d teachers; every oomfort; liberal farmhouse diet; splendid references: 8.s. weekly Inclusive.—M 50, Evening Express, Cardiff. e2923 SHORTHAND and Typewriting Classes; thorough commercial education.—Apply Miss Jam€«, 5, Bangor-street, Boath. e1830z26 MACHINERY, IOOLS, &c. ￼ Sale (half price), Two Brass Lift and Force .r Pumps; c??t £ 9 !D&; as good as new.—Jones, London House, Ammanford. e24S3z26 MONEY WANTED. TRADESMAN, "¥ :'];D;"d Tb,iuba,. P LICO Additional Capital at reasonable ra.te.-01fcrs to Tradesman, Evening Ex- press, Swansea. e2315z26 MONEY TO LEND. jyjONET L E-T pEIVATELY. £ 10 TO £ 5.000. AT A FEW HOURS' NOTICE, To LADIES; GENTLEMEN, OFFICERS. CLERGY- KEN, and all Responsible Persons, Town or Country, UPOK OWN NOTE OF HAND. STRICTEST PRIVACY OBSERVED. Apply to Actual Lender, e3048 S. HARRIS, Financier and Bill Dis<oonter, l'l.l.liå. m. &. PABK-8T. (cuaapaa(t»S Xd^uRDIFF. BORROW from the Actual Lenders. Don.t pay fees and commission. TEE QOrTH WALES y CAN & FINANCE ￼ THE (^ORTH WALES L OA?N & FINANCE OO^ 90, TAFF-STBEET, TJONTYPRIDD, Established 1874. JL Advance responsible persons any sum from ti to £1,000 upon their own Promissory Note, Promptly, privately, and cheaply. Sureties not required. No fines. No deductions. Moderate interest and re-payments to suit custemem Call or write to the Manager, MR. pHILIP lqoRRJS. OSM7 at the above address, or to 2. CLYDE-STREET, ADAMSDOWN, CARDIFF. Applications from all parts receive prompt Attention. IF you are in need of a Temporary Cash Advanca I upon your own promissory note. without sureties, write or give me a. mll.-Shibko, 41, Charles-street. Cardiff. Established 1870. eMM HIGHEST Prices Lent on Jewellery, Plate, and Sil- Jl ver. Loans above £ 2 at 4d. in £ interest. Valu- alv<!s kept in burglar and fire proof safes.—FUirelston, I-awnoroker, &c., 22, City-road, Cardiff. EStab. 1859, e3068 '?? ?nn TO LEND ,000 IN SUMS OF £ 5 AND UPWARD*. Immediate Private Cash Advances Granted to any Responsible Persons—Gerftry, Professional Gentlemen, or Tradesmen. SIMPLY ON WRITTEN PROMISE TO BE-PAT. Strictest Privacy. Lowest Bates. JOHN EROWN, 1, PEMBROKE-TERRACE. CARDIFF. Kat. Tel. 1036. e2458 FIELDINOB, FINANCIERS, Are Prepared to Kake MONETARY ADVANCES From t20 to :cs.ooo. Personal and Other Securities Accepted. Trade Bills Discounted. Property Purchased and Mortgages Arranged. Charges and Be-paymeets Arranged Before Transi- tiom Entered Into. Registered Offioe-.— HAYES-BUILDINGS, THE HAYES. CARDIFF. We Advance Money on Second Mortgages. Our Mr. LJoyd has no connection with any other Loan Offioe in Cardiff. Nat. Telephone No. 467. M () N E Y If 0 NIT- MR. "WM. LLOYD, of, 16, CHARLES-STREET. CARDIFF, begs to -Notify his numerous Clients that he is REMOVING to Larger and more suitable Offices, at 4, CHURCH-STREET (off 8t. Mary-street), Cardiff, where he will Daily Advance Sumjs from c 16 TO ;c 5 0 0 D On Go Simple Note of Hand Alone. On and after J&nuary 1st, 1907, all oammunicationd are to be Bent to SIB. WM. LLOYD, 4, CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF, e2.318 T? ?[ARING?,OSSBANR? JL ESTABLISHED 1870. CARDIFF BRANCH: 73, ST. MARY-STREET Head Offices: 28, Bedford-street, and 39, Blehopagatw street Within, London. E.C. Branches at Manchester, UTerpool. Leeds, Br?fwd t? Asset* £ 1,136,219' LIABIHTIEE E7%.7B8 eœ £1: LOANS of £ 30 to E2,DX granted on MT' "I-— of j_J security. Deposits of £10 and upwards received as under:- 5 p.c. per in., subject to 3 months, notice of withdrawn] B p.c. per an., subject to C months' notice of withdrawal 7 p.c. per an., Subject to 12 monthe' notice 01 withdrawal bpegiaa terms for longer periods. Interest paid quaT- terly. The TerminsJ Deposit Bonds pay nearly 8 per cent., and are a safe investment. Instead of payinc I large dividends to shareholders we pay fair rates of > interest to our depositors, and by so doing have earned the pwition that we undoubtedly hold in the public confidence. We have been established for 36 years, and our unique position In the banking world to-day testifies to the success of our business MettLodg and to the satisfaction of our customers. Writs or call for prospectus. A. WILLIAMS, H. J. TALL, Joint Managers. TRUST Money.— £ 1,000 to £ 5,000 to be Advad J. on FreehoM or Leasehold Securities. W. Gri&tbB. Victoria-chamber, Oxford-street, Swansea. ze 20 TO £ 5.000 ADVANCED By Private Lender on Simple PromMorj Notes. No Bun of Sale T?ken, ?nd absolute prlv?" Eu?rMteed. First letter e ?pptic?tioc i. prompt attention, and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative who empowered to oomplete transaction on terms mutually arranged, NO CHARGE being made unless business actually completed. Special Quotations fcr Start Loans.- Writs, in confidence, to C. WELLS, CorHdor-ohambsrs, U5ICE8TEK. PHIL Phillips, Pawnuroser. Jeweller, of 24, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, advaoncee money upon plats, jewellery, deeds, silver, worio of art, china, shares. and long-life policies at low rates of interest. Sums of £100 at 10s. 6d. per month interest. Fire and burglary safes by best makers. A large ammiment at jgwedlery of all kinds kept In stock. eMtt FINANCIAL ASSISTAKOB. £10 TO t5m. In Large or Small Amounts, according to requiremsntA ON PROMISSORY NOTE ALONE, with PROMPTITUDE and at LOWEST BATES, For Long or Short Periods. PRIVACY GUARANTEED. Be-psymeBts to Suit Clients' CenvsoieBM. Can or Write— ILT. LZWSIX AND 00.. 27, ObsrlSMt., Caidiff.