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alts btr uctíun. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. CARDIFF AUCTION A STORAGE CO (LIM.) (Mr J. G. MADDOX. Auctioneer) 6 Usual Saturday's Weekly Sale of Furniture .•»» >lessr> GOTTWALTZ and B(HVhL ->■ 0 12 Paintings, at Cardiff Jan. '• fan- 20 Horses, &c.f at Cardiff Iran- Furniture and Appointments, at Caraitr FORTHCOMING SA^ BY BO WRING R^OTTWALTZ rRoPBIBS OF t^tvF HORSE EXCHANGE. THE CARPlrJ) « ATJr> .SALEROOMS :—11, HIGH-STREET OFFICES ACARDIFF. ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7TIT, AND FOUR FOLLOWING DAYS, AT SALEROOMS, 11. HIGH-STREET, THE MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF OIL PAINTINGS, FORMED BY MR GEORGE WILSON, of London, including specimens by SPAGNOLETTO, BROMLEI AwiFirin T S. COOPER. R.A., J. THORS, J.OM AEJJFIELD, b^rkeR) Bir1. kt FosxeRi &c. The whole will be on view January 5th and 6th. ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JANUARY 22ND AND 23RD, TIIE VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND APPOINTMENTS FROM OAKFIELD," BELONGING TO MAJOR BUTLER, WHO IS LEAVING Cardiff m Also (bv order of a Merchant removing f™n :ohf Periartli and refurnishing) larger Polt"m r CONTENTS OF A lo-POOMED VILLA. The whole will be on view January 20th and 21st, and catalogues ready Monday, January 19th. ear Full particulars Sales may be had iree perposto P Cardiff tion to the Auctioneers, at 11, -tu^n suee. Horse Exchange. 163e SALE THIS DAY. AT THW CARDIFF AUCTION AND STORAGE COMPANY'S SPACIOUS SALE Messrs Frost & Reed's picture: shop), 24, 25, and OR REQUIRING A^/4xmti T^ LI'OCK OK SURPLUS FURNITURE ,a>iuuiv, OR OTHER EFFECTS, MR MADDOX begs to announce that arrangements have been completed for con- tinuing to hold is ALES by AUCilON of a^class'es of >EW and SECOND-HAND GOODS FURNITURE or otherwise forwarded from the manufacturer, or from private sources, for absolute sales at these rooms EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, COMMBKCISO AL- EURNITURE of every description is being constant! forwarded from ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTR\ for absolute sale. Tradesmen having Surplus Stock on hand, or parties having furniture to dispose of, will find at these sates a ready market for selling to advantage. Advances are made on account of Goods forwarded for Sale, or Furniture purchased in cases where the vendors require the same. All entries for purposes of lotting and arranging must be made by 12 o'clock the day prior to either of the sales. Goods on view mornings of sales. The splendid cellars in basement as also a portion of the galleries for storage purposes, or either of the auction rooms for sales (when not occupied by the company s auctions) to be let.—For terms, apply on the premises. 72527 J. G. IJAlfOOX, œ4e Auctioneer and Secretary to the Company. m- ESSRs FELL AND CO., MANUFACTURERS & AUCTIONEERS, 3 CASTLE-STREET (late Angel-street), CARDIFF, Will SELL by AUCTION, without reserve, all kinds of GLASS CHINA, MAJOLICE, JET, and EARTHEN- WARE, every Evening at Seven o'clock, SPECIALITIES IN DINNER AND TEA SERVICES. 208 Private sale during the day. Inspection invited. MESSRS THOMAS & CO., AUCTIONEERS HOUSE, LAND, AND COMMISSION AGENTS, VALUERS, AUDITORS, CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS. &c., Beg to announce that they have opened business premises at 14, ST. JOHN'S-SQUARE. CARDIFF, where they purpose carrying on the above, and trust that by strict and untiring attention being given to nil matters entrusted to them, to receive a meed of public e' of 'SlviifTTS 'st;c Sales held In the Western part of Wales, and thus feel convinced, if entrusted ^vith jour favours, to 1 v satisfaction both to vendors and purchase vs. Terms strictly moderate. Observe14, ST. JOII-N'S-SQUAPE. CARDIFF. Agents for Lite, File, Accident, Plate-glass, and Farming Stock Assurance Societies. Annuities arranged for without delay. 1300 TRIMNELL'S LIFE-GIVING AND PRESERVING NERVINE TONIC, For either Sex; will cure all kinds of nervous debility arising from any source of weakness, from whatever cause it may arise. These are a few of the Symptoms of Nervous Debility :-Depression of spirits, inaptitude for exertion, unfitness for study, dislike for society, dislike to enter any kind of business, involuntary blushing, dimness of sight, sparks before the eyes, deafness and noise in the ars, sense of tightness, of suffocation, constant mental misgiving, pains in the loins and a constant t-ense of, weariness, irritation of the kidneys and bladder, palpitation of the heart, general tremu- lousnesson any sudden impulse, extreme diffidence, fond of moping alone, morbid sensibility, careless b.t life, its joys, its pleasures, and its duties; irregularity of the bowels, feeling good for nothing, faiiure of memory .intellectual, power and faculties more or less impaired, extreme restlessness, flatu- lency and indigestion, frequent headaches, silent wretchedness arising from the fear of physical weak- ness, fear of insanity, miserable forebodings for the nresent, no hope for the future starting during sleep, l-joking and feeling ill without apparent cause. One or rw11 package-; of Trimnell's Nervine Ionic will cure .iliglit cases of the above. Where it has been badly reated or neglected it will require a longer time to etfect a cure. Is lid and 2s 9d per packet .Quo trial is sufficient to prove the virtue of the above Compound, to be had at most respectable wsts» Druggists, and Medicine Vendors throughout v°rUl. if you have any difficulty in obtaining it, .,sAamPs or Post-office Order direct to the Vn 7^°qrlan4 it will be forwarded at once. Aii fu sizea post yvee to any part of the Kingdom. 0 N.B.— N^!ie are genuine unless they have the Proprietor « si^na ure on the Government St imp— W. TRIM.NELL. R TO IMITATE THIS Wouxd forgery. FULl, DIRECTIONS ON EACH PACKAGE SOLL MANUFACTURER AND PRopyt,Fro W TRIMNELL, MEIJICAL BOTANIST 167e 9, MOIRA-TERRACE _CAliDlpxv "^TERYOUSNESS, LOSS of ENE^ J3 and VITAL POWER.—A gentleman having tried in vain every advertised remedv, lias discovered £ simple means of self-cure. He will be happy. to for. ward the particulars to any sufferer oil receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.—Address J. T- Esa.. Chiswick. Middlesex. <=12 T>ELIGIOUS SERYICEsT^TJie atten- tion of Church and Chapel Managers is invited :-u tlie lollowing SPECIAL PREPAID TARIFF for Ad misements announcing the holding of RELIGIOUS •;KRVICES, ANNIVERSARIES, and TEA MEET- One Three six Twelve Insertion Insertions, Insertions. Insertions. T, s. d. s. d. s. d. s. ti. rOiirLiuea,. 14 40 60 at Six Line* g 0 b 0 9 0 12 0* .iigiit Lines.. 2 8 8 0 12 0 ]ft 0? I'welveJ lues. 4 0 13 0 13 0 2i 0' !8 Li"as 6 0 18 0 270 56 0 J4 Linus 8 0 24 0 3t 0 48 0 Ei-lit words may be calculated to a lire. This Tavilf >* liniiiw strictly^ to the Advertisements enutnenVco ■tbniv. Ihese Notices can also appear in the CARDIFF TIMES and SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NE}>VS in •onjunctioii vrjtu those in the South tt'alej DaUuvJfews» gf i =- fublit: ¡\mU5£11nmtS. R E ARDIFF. FF^ATRE ROYALJ CARDIFF. R-KSEE & MANAGER Mr EDWARD FLETCHER. Acting MANAGER Mr JOHN SHERIDAN. TO-NIGHT, SATURDAY. January 3rd. And Every Evening until furthe: notice, Grand Pro- duction on a scale of unrivalled magnificence of Mr Edward Fletcher's Fourth Christmas Pantomime, YE QUEEN OF HEARTS. Her Wonderful Tarts, and Ye Knave who stole them or Princess Ye Sleeping Beauty and Htrne, Ye Demon Huntsman. Ye,village of Snoozewell-Magick Change. Ye Grand Palace of Cards. Gorgeous Naiad Ballet. Ye Ancient Castle of Windsor. Mr Alberto and Miss Hales in their Astounding S<SB KfngsCIand 'VranD1 TRA^ STATJON0 ^BIRTH 1COF Vf1 Sc Harlequinade invented by the Clown, the FaDa7PerfomancliTevery Saturday at Two o'clock. Doors oDen at Half-past One. ooiot Half-price to all Children for Day Performances. T> HILHARMONIC. MORRELLA'S PALACE OF VARIETIES, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND INIANAGRR J. MORREI,Lk TO-NICHT TO-NIGHT I! Re-en-agement for Si* N^'hts of Mr llARRY TURNER. Important ™ SENEST*mfneteofSMis8 MAEIE FREDERICKS Re-engagement of Mi OASpARy .Miss MAUI) MSSSOK Mess's CARL1N and PRICE (the MONTRESSOR, Messed.ans Mas!lev^ Re-engagement of Alaster FRED ALBION, Juvenile Irish Comedian. balls',S230rS^ud^Prom'enade, Is ^Gallwy, hfi Half nrice a.t Nine o clock. L>ox Stills, 2s Stalls, Is'; l" and Promenade, 6d.-Mr Geo. Harrison, Chair- man- LOOK OUT FOR TICHBORNE. CHINA 0HINA CHINA 0HINA CHINA CHINA QHINA QHINA CHINA CHINA TEA SETS, good patterns, from 10s 6d TOILET SETS, complete. from 6s 6d. Cottage DINNER SETS, from 10s 6d. Sets of JUGS, from Is. TUMBLERS from Is 6d per dozen. A choice selection of which will be found at EVANS'S CHINA ROOMS, 58, ERIDGE-ST. A good assortment of Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas Presents. IQLASS GLASS LASS QLASS QLASS GLASS QLASS Q LASS (M LASS VX 207 JPULTON, DUNLOP, AND CO. CARDIFF AND SWANSEA, ALSO AT WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH BASS AND CO., ALLSOPP AND S.ONS, And others of the finest BURTON ALES. PRICES Per Kilderkin. Per Firkin. 18a. 9s. 21s. 10s. 6d. 24s. 12s. And upwards. 155e 11 J H EATH AND jgONS, 12, CROCKHERBTOWN. CARDIFF, Pave now on view the largest Stock of High-class PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AND HARMONIUMS, IN SOUTH WALES, Which they are offering at a LARGE DISCOUNT FOR CASH, and on the three years' system, from 10s 6d per month. Pianos, from 15 guineas. Illustrated Catalogues Post Free. 237e A R R B R 0 T II E R S, .0 TAILORS. 64, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. re now offering a very choice selection of stylish Cashmere, worsted, AY est of England, and Scotch Autumn and Winter Overcoating, Suitings and Trouser- iiigs. In their selection strict attention has been given to secure the most fashionable patterns and colours, com- bined with materials which B.B. can guarantee for durability, feeling assured that the latter, combined with good fitting garments, is the only method to secure the continued confidence and support of their cus. tomers Gentlemen who have not been able to obtain gar- ments to their satisfaction in Cardiff, and have been ments to their satisfaction in Cardiff, and have been compelled at extra expense and inconvenience to order elsewhere are very respectfully solicited for a trial, as in B.B. they will find cutters who can compete with any in the kingdom, while thoir prices will be found as reasonable as first-class materials and workmanship will peimit. 122e TERMS. CASH. 71253 JQi^ROOKESFAMlLYMEDICINE^; I^R. BOOKERS /"ORIENTAL J^R. ROOKE'S S0LAR ELIXIR „ ILLS. | \1< ROOKE'S AND iTVRIENTAL y^Il. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL^PILI.S. ILLS. 1 VR. ROOKE'S (^MENTAL ilic for nearly ][ALF' f)R' EOOKE'S ^d^Stblein { )CENTAL I )K- ROOKEVS ^al"un teS p IU8' "S )R- EOOKE-SS^04dhthe™ui Omental f>R- ^KE'S^d^reS^p1 L L S I}11- ROOKE'S Tesrimoniafs.see OMENTAL g~^R. ROOKE'S Anti-Lancet. OIL L S ~|^R. ROOKE'S /RIENTAL g K. ROOKE'S ANTI LANCET. « ILLS. R. ROOKE" This NyeFl kiiowit RIENTAL work 172 0 | yi. ROOKE'S ra&t"landypostC- ILLS. | )R" ROOKE,SROOKE:Sc™boro'; ()BIENTAL |R. ROOKE'S Ell"laiuL piLLS, | \lt. ROOKE'S "ORIENTAL 0R- piLLS. |)B- ,M0KE'SjS,6oaIUENTri! O^NTAL T>»-E00KE>s aL^"3,b6°,rit puis if K00KE'S P^TCB,>MA»; OMENTAL |-)B. P.OOKES pmi. iKr. ROOKE'S ,)oro"gh. \RIENTAL TTVR. ROOKE'S| j"T> ILLS. |\R. ROOKE'S "DR. ROOKE'S ^vRIENTAL "1~vr ROOKE's! TO *3 ILLS. HEALTH AND j\R. ROOKE'S HEALTH RESTORING T^wRIENTAL ROOKE'sjFull of pleasing "Jf) ILLS, {illustrations and £ | • KOOKE'Sjuseful information. /"XRIENTAL R=V T? 188 wages. | 1" i{°OKE'Sl This Book may be |)HLS. -Rn/\r» obtained gratis from i it. KUORE's all Patent Medicine ^ORIENTAL T. v>c\c\Yendors, and post -s^R. ROOKKS free from Dr. Rooke, T> I L L S. ^"VR. ROOKE'S land, on^ee'eip^ofjORIENTAL jjK. ROOKE'SstaCny P0SUgej|{IL L DR hooked FAMILY MEDTCINES^ 9024 49413 A WORD to the Wise; Cause and cure of debility, want of energy, and prgmature decay. In- structions to regain health and vigor. Sent on receipt of 4 staiflpn by .Publishers, Fit&ateH-sfiiiare,Sheffield, SOI9 J'- "P ;¡\J)brt5stS. JOTHAM & SONS, OVERCOATS FOR BOYS & T OPCOATS FOR YOUTHS. HANDSOME AND JH. BECOMING. ARE NOW SHOW- -c.L ING EN*S OVER- COATS AND COMPLETE SUITS IN I ATEWEST STYLES AND MAKES DIRECT FROM MANU- FACTURERS. CJUITS IN TWEED AND WORSTED. OVERCOATS IN ENDLESS VARIETY NOVELTIES IN SMALL BOYS' I OVERCOATS. SCOTCH TWEEDS, MELTONS, ASTRACANS, BEAVERS, &C. 26 & 27 ST. MARY-ST., CARDIFF. 204e LF, W IS A N D L E W I S THE CARDIFF AND NEWPORT UPHOLSTERERS. LEWIS AND LEWIS, having much increased their Stock of Cabinet Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, Bedsteads, and Bed- ding, are now offering specially good value in all Departments. ALL GOODS WELL MADE, ARTISTIC IN DESIGN, AND LOW IN PRICE. T EWIS AND L EWIS, 23, DUKE.STREET, 137, COMMERCIAL-ST., CARDIFF NEWPORT. 121e CHRISTMAS PICTURES, A LMANACKS, .J.. FOR FRAMING, &c., GO TO E. W. R OBERTS', 5, ARCADE (ST. MARY STREET END), THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN CARDIFF. 225e FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, QRNAMENTAL ANP TTSEFUL, Go to— U D OBBS'S, 11468 151e CHARLES-STREET, CARDIFF. THE «' WELSH FLAN NEL & WOOL SHOP.' b7, BRIDGE-STREET, CARDIFF. Try Our Real WELSH FLANNELS. WELSH YARNS; Also all kinds of KNOTTING YARNS. BERLIN and other FANCY WOOLS. Try Our KNITTED SOCKS and STOCKINGS. Stockings Re-footed at 6d. per pair. Welsh Flannel Shirts always in Stock. Please Note the above Address. 215e SPECIALTIES IN WINTER CLOTHING, fATj W PRICE & SONS FANCY TWEED SUITS, Puces, 17/6. 20/ 25/ 30/ 40/ 45/ BLACK WORSTED SUITS, Prices, 2b/ 35/ 45/ 55/ 65/ FANCY CLOTH AND TWEED OVERCOATS. Priees, 15/ 20/ 25/ 30/ 35/ 40/ 50/ BLACK WORSTED OVERCOATS, Prices, 25/ 35/ 45/ 5b/ NAP AND PILOT OVERCOATS. Prices, 25/ 35/ 45/ 55/ NEW MAKES IN WATERPROOF COATS. HATS, SHIRTS, HOSIERY, AND UMBRELLAS. ADDRESS—THE CARDIFF HOUSE, 60 & 61, ST. MARY-ST., 46 & 47. CAROLINE-STREET llle CARDIFF. 23 10, 11, & 12, WORKING-STREET, CARDIFF. G. A. STONE, UNDERTAKER, HEARSE AND MOURNING COACH PROPRIETOR, OSTRICH PLUME & GENERAL FURNISH- ING ESTABLISHMENT. The Trade supplied with Hearses, Coaches, and every requisite for Funeral Furnishiner. 7 154e W A N S E A OFFICE OP THE "SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS," No. 2, COLLEGE STREET All orders from NEWSAGENTS will receive prompt attention, and be executed unon the same terms as from the Chief Office. The DAILY NEWS delivered to Subscribers ear y every morning in any part of the town. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to Seven o'cloi," will securo insertion in the nest morning's issue of the DAILY Nmvs SCHOOL ADVERTISEMENTS.—The. KJ' attention of Principals of Private and other SCHOOLS is directed to the following moderate PRE, PAID TARIFF for School Advertisements:- One Three Six Twelve Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. Insertion; d. s. d, s. d s. d. Four Lines 1 0 2 6 4 0 60 Six Lines 1 6 o. 3 0 6 0 90 Eight Lines.. 2 0 6 0 8 0 12 0 Twelve Lines 3 0 7 6 '12 0 18 0 Eight words may be calculated to a line. Advertise- ments can also appear in the CARDIFF TIMES and SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS in conjunction with those in the South IValegpoily, If J 49 ? tQ igrm VgTo tueflHflD3eriQMt. "I jfosiitftss jl&ftrgssis. NEW EVENING pAPER; NEW EVENING PAPER. NEW EVENING PAPER. NEW EVENING PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER. THE South Wales Echo Will be published EACH I EVENING, As follows: i FIRST EDITION 2 O'CLOCK P.M. SECOND EDITION 4 O'CLOCK P.M. SPECIAL EDITION. 6 O'CLOCK r.M. 28 COLUMNS. 28 COLUMNS. 28 COLUMNS. f. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY PRICE ONE HALFPENNY PRICE ONE HALFPENNY THE: GOUTH "VALES ECHO Is supplied with a SPLENDID SERVICE OF NEWS Comprising TELEGIU MS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD, Wired by REUTER'S AGENTS, THE PRESS ASSOCIATION, THE CENTRAL NEWS, AND OUR OWN REPORTERS AND COR- RESPONDENTS, Up to the latest possible moment FULL REPORTS ot ALL LOCAL MEETINGS, Including POLICE-COURT NEWS. QUARTER SESSIONS NEWS. TOWN -COUNCIL MEETINGS. ASSIZE COURT NEWS. CORPORATION MEETINGS. LOCAL BOARD MEETINGS. SCHOOL BOARD MEETINGS. FOOTBALL MATCHES. CRICKET MATCHES, &c., &c., &c. In addition it contains LATEST SPORTING TELEGRAMS, A SPECIAL MONEY ARTICLE, WIRED BY A LEADING AUTHORITY ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE. LATEST SHIPPING TELEGRAMS, FROM LLOYD'S AGENTS AND OTHER CORRESPONDENTS. SPECIAL FEATURES. In order to render the SOUTH WALES ECHO' one of the most attractive Evening Papers in the Pro vinces, a variety of SPECIAL FE TURES will be in. trodticed, including SERIAL STORIES by Eminent Authors. SHORT TALES. JOTTINGS UPON POLITICS, ART, AND LITERATURE NOTES ON MUSIC AND THE DRAMA WIT AND WISDOM. CHAT FROM THE METROPOLIS. FACTS AND FANCIES. ECHOES OF PUBLIC OPINION. gOUTH WALES ECHO WILL BE ISSUED THIS AFTERNOON FIRST EDITION .2 O'CLOCK P.M. SECOND EDITION 4 O'CLOCK P.M. SPECIAL EDITION 6 O'CLOCK P.M. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER PUBLISHING OFFICES 75, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. D. DTJ.N(;Ax-& SONS. EBusiness JUtessss. GREAT SHOW OF OVERCOATS AND AUTUMN AND WINTER CLOTHING, AT BOYLE AND CO.'S, CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF. ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES AND NEWEST STYLES IN BOYS', YOUTHS', AND MEN'S o VERCOA TS, SUITS, REEFERS, T ROUSERS, H ATS, AND JJOSIERY1 The prices will be found on comparison to be I so astonishingly low that no one need now deny themselves the luxury of a well made and com- fortably fitting garment. gOYLE AND £ J°-> GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 11869 CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF. 127e ESTABLISHED OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY. H ENRY fJHOMAS, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH-SQUARE. SOLE AGENT FOE JJRADBURY'S PRIZE MEDAL JEWING jyj A C H I N E S FOR CARDIFF AND DISTRICT. GRIWOLD'S PATENT KNITTING MACHINES. Washing and Mangling Machines of the very Best Makes 170e W JEFFS, OF 282, BUTE STREET, CARDIFF, WHO IS REMOVING TO 286, (4 DOORS ABOVE), Begs to return his thanks to the public generally for the patronage he has hitherto received, and to assure them that nothing shall be wanting on his part to merit an increased continuance of the same. PRIME MEAT FRESH DAILY. 236e FOR THE CHEAPEST AND JgEST FRUITS GO TO W. FJIHOMAS AND CO., THE NEW SHOP, AT 218 8 ST. lB J. N EWTON AND CO., TAILORS, HABIT AND BREECHES MAKERS, 13 CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, Are now Showing a Choice Selection of GOODS FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER WEAR, Consisting of WEST OF ENGLAND, SCOTCH, AND FRENCH GOODS, IN THE NEWEST MAKES AND STYLES. Fit and Style equal to any London or Provincial House. An Early Inspection Solicited. 108e Established Twenty Year 71405 XLIIULI. MONEY LENT WITHOUT DELAY by the CHARING-CROSS BANK (Regd.). No, B, Bedford-street, Strand, London. Established 1870. Capita! £ 150,000. Reserve Fund, £ 50,000. ADVANCES IMMEDIATELY MADE Upon Approved Promissory Notes as follows, without deductions. Advance £ 25—12 monthly repayments of £2 5 10 50 „ 4 11 8 100 „ „ 9 3 4 Larger amounts the same in proportion. Advances of B25 to £ 2,000 granted at a few hours' notice in town or country, male or female, on mortgage of furniture, trade and farm stock, plant, crops, &c without removal, and to assist persons into business. Also on deeds, policies, and reversions at 5 percent. for one month to 14 years. Distance no object. Easy repayments. Strictly private. Call or write. Notice.—Before applying elsewhere, ask any solicitor, auctioneer, &c., in England and Wales knowing this Bank, and you will at once find out you are treating with an old-established (1870), safe, and bona-fide Bank. Having large capital, we do business cheaper than others. Responsible Traders, Farmers, and. others can have money without bill of sale. No good- loan ever refused. Current accounts opened according to the usaJ"- practice of other banks. No charge for keeping accounts. Interest at the rate of 4 per cent. allowed on the minimum monthly balances. Deposits of E10 and upwards received at 4 per cent. per annum payable on demand. Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal, 6 per cent. Subject to six months' notice of withdrawal, 8 per cent. Subject to twelve months' notice of withdrawal, 10 per cent. Interest paid monthly, quarterly, or as agreed. 179 A. WILLIAMS, Manager. WALDEN and CO., Stockbrokers and TV Mining Share Dealers, White House, Tele graph-street, London, E.C., buy and sell Stocks and I Shares of all descriptions, for cash or fortnightly ac- count at nominal commission. Options dealt in- Speculative accounts opened at from £ 1 per cent. cover with no further liability. Bankers references. Circular, post free, on application. 230e BOROUGH OF NEWPORT WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 12, Lower Merchant street, behind the Town-hall Corporation bill-poster and crier. Rents the principal boardings and stations in Newport and Neighbourhood. Two good hill posters kept. Work attended to with quick despatch Town &nd country.. Old established—more tuan I quuturofacc"etttury. '<¥Qó;1: Utisnwsa JUtessos. CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. Special Low Prices for this Week only at RP JJ ^LOMLEY, 1, CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. FANCY TWEED SUITS, Prices, 15/ 18/11, 22/ 25/ 301. BLACK WORSTED UITS, Prices, 201-, 25, 30/ 3b/ FANCY TWEED & PILOT OVERCOATS, Prices, 15/ 17/6, 21/ 25/ 29/ GOOD VALUE INHIOLE AND CORD TROUSERS. HATS, SHIRTS, HOSIERY, VERY CHEAP. ——— 228e ADDRESS-STAR CLOTHING STORES, CUSTOM IIOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. JFJCONOMY I N FUEL. ALLS PATENT FEED WATER HEATER. w ILLIAMS'PATENT BLOWER AND SMOKE CONSUMER FOR STEAM BOILERS JOHN WILLIAMS AND JGON, SOLE LICENSEES & MAKERS, ;QUEEN-STRE ET, CARDIFF. 107e WEAR PENFOUND'S JGOOTS FOR HEALTH, STYLE, & ECONOMY. Sole Agent for the Celebrated "P. P." BOOT, Made of SPECIALLY-PREPARED LEATHER, and guaranteed absolutely waterproof. A brilliant selection of LADIES' and CETLE:\lK:I\'S DRESS BOOTS a.nd SHOES in the newest designs, marvellously cheap. J. H P E NGJf 0 U N D, 2, PARK HALL BUILDINGS, CARDIFF 227e ENLARGEMENT OF JpREMISES JUA NEW AND EXTENSIVE -1 H 0 111 0 0 S. gHOW ROOMS. rjp H O M A S D A V I E S Beg to call the Special Attention of Parties about Furnishing to his Immense Stock 0ABINET JpiURNITURE All Goods Marked in Plain Figures at Lowest Prices. B EDSTEADS, jj EDSTEADS, One visit to his Establishment will convince anyone that T. D. is in a position to supply Goods of every quality equal to any house in the Kingdom. F IRE-IRONS- FIRE-IRONS. THO MAS D A V I E S, GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDIFF. 200e NEW TOOL DEPOT. SHEFFIELD HOUSE (Next door to Inland Revenue Office), CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. CHARLES PUDGE Begs to state that he has OPENED the above Premises with a Large and Varied Stock of JOINERS' AND MECHANICAL TOOLS of every description, all of Guaranteed Quality, and at Lowest possible Prices. An early inspection is respectfully solicited. EVERY ARTICLE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. 217e JMPORTANT TO SPORTSMEN. T. pAGE WOOD, Wishes to inform the inhabitants of Cardiff and district that he is a PRACTICAL AND BONA-FIDE GUN MAKER, and all goods supplied by him are at Army and Navy Store prices. NOTE ADDRESS— 1, WESTGATE-STREET, CARDIFF (Opposite Theatre Royal), Factory 35, Nicholas-street, Bristol. 181e PERFECTION AT LAST IN HORSE JL AND CATTLE SPICE. The most perfect blend ever obtained, and the BEST FOOD for Horses, Cattle, Poultry, &c., is THE ROYAL CONDIMENT, DISTINCT from all other Catte Foods gives universal satisfaction. May be obtained from A. J. Grove, Saddler, Aberystwith. Sample bag sent carriage paid for 148. Small sample post free on application. Royal Cattle Food Company, Oak-road, Crumpsall, Manchester. Agents wanted everywhere. 11946 235e- gOUTH WALES EVENING ECHO. SWANSEA. The Evening Echo,' FIRST EDITION, is pub- lished at the Office, 2, College-street. Swansea, EVERY AFTERNOON, AT FIVE O'CLOCK. Sold by newsagents at Swansea, Hafod, Plasmarl. Mumbles, itc., and by the boys of the Self Help Brigade.' The SPECIAL EDITION, which contains all the Latest News, Telegrams, Stock Exchange Closing Prices, Markets, Sporting and Local Intelligence of the day, is published in Swansea at 8.30 p.m. Sold by R MOGFORD, News Agent, Great Western Building, High-street, Swansea, and by newsboys. POSTAL DELIVERY OF THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. The Proprietors of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS beg to announce that by a special concession of the Postal Authorities they are enabled to despatch their First Edition each morning by the Mails leaving Carditi a,m and 3.45 a.m. Country Subscribers residing withurtbe limits of GLAMORGANSHIRE, CARMARTHEN SHIRE, PEMBROKESHIRE, CARDIGANSHIRE, As. well as those portions of BRECONSHIRE and MOSMOUTHSHIRE comprised within the Tredegar and Rhymney Valley Postal Districts, may now have tin- SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS delivered at their resi dences daily by the same as that which convey.- their London letters London and West of England subscribers rece ve tneir papefrs on the afternoon of publication. The SECONI EDITION of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS is forwarded, prepaid, to residents of the follow- ing and all ether places within the Cardiff Postal District in time for the first morning delivery :— St. Fagan's Pencoed S Brides-sup. Ely St. Nicholas Bonvilstone Petevstoue IJalldatf Radyr Morganstowit Melingritiith Pentyrch St. Andrew's! Sully Courtyralls Dinas Powis Cadoxton Cadoxton Barry Caerphilly Bedwas Ystrad Mynach Pwl'ypanc St. Mellon's Ccfn Mably Michaelstn-leVciiw Castletown Marshtield Penarth Llandougb Lisvane Llanishen Whitchurch Taffe Well Tongwynlais Walnut Treid^. PElt QUAU-EU, POST-FREE 0 0 I PER HALF-YEAR 0 IS PUR YEAlt I SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS OMCGS, and 76, tit. Mary»st eet. Ca diff. -1' Itasnuss JUftrisses. j, JMPORTANT NOTION, THIS DAY I ON SALE AT j J' HOWELL & COMPANY" li j' it JJ R E S S Go 0 D 8 jgXTRAORDINARY !J 35 Pieces CHECK LUSTRES from ljd per yard. 45 „ STRIPED „ 2d „ t 80 „ TWILLED ALPACCA' „ 2id „ 50 „ DRESS MELTONS „ 3id Of 100 ASSORTED VARIOUS.. 4id II 50 „ STRIPED SKIRTING.. „ 3id" J 'VERY SPECIAL. 390 PIECES OF FANCY PRINTS, FROM 1?D PER YARD—worth double. I j 1.200 pAIRS B LANKETS, 1 AT REDUCED PRICES:— Brown.from Is l1d per P8ir. White. „ 2s Ilid SLIGHTLY SOILED. 1 Better qualities equally good value. I EAL WELSH SHIRTING 1 FLANNEL, | | FROM 12|d PER YARD. — ———————————————————————— j 3 CLEARING LINES IN CHILDREN't; i JACKETS, ] i FROM 4|d EACH. II FUR L I NED CLOAKS, j FROM 79 Ild. JJ1UR CAPES, MUFFS, TRIMMINGS, ETC., AT MAKERS' PRICES. H —————————————————————-—. i JgANKRUPT STfcCK OF WOMEN'S MACKINTOSHES, FROM 2s EACH. 1 MANTLES, JACKETS, DOLMANSs pALETOTS, AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. FANCY CHRISTMAS GOODS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF COST. ■ ■■ »■ f ALL THE ABOVE GOODS CAN BE BOUGHT ONLY FROM JJOWELL & 00 MP A NY, "THE CARDIFF DRAPERS," j: CARDIFF. J