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Advertisement Tariff. o Small Prepaid Advertisements. 20 Words SIXPENCE., Three Times NINEPENCE. Six Times ONE SHILLING. I TITREE six WORDS. ONCE. Tl.IES. TIN-, ES -I-¡.- 20 Words -iO 6 0 9 1 0 30 Words 0 91 0 1 6 -1-1- 40 Words 1 01 6 1 2 3 50 Words 1 32 6 3 9 60 Words 1 6 3 0 i 4 6 These charges apply only to the classes of advertise- ment specified below, and ttie-v confixed to those which are ordered lor CONSECUTIVE insertion and PAID FOR PREVioe" TO I.N SHUT I o.\ if either of these con- ditions is not complied with, the advertisement will be charged by the Business scale APARTMENTS WANTED. I HOUSES TO BE SOLD. APARTMENTS TO LET. MONEY WANTED. ARTICLES LOST. MONEY ■ O LEND. ARTICLES FOUND..MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. .BUSINESSES FOR. DISPOSAL MISCELLANEOUS SALES. BUSINESSES WANTED. PARTNERSHIPS WANTED. HOUSES TO LET..SITUATIONS WANTED. OCSES WANTED. SITUATIONS VACANT. u- General Advertising Tariff. RATE PER-I FOR A SERIES. 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JgXTENSION OF y IS IT FOR ANOTHER WEEK EMINENT PHYSICIANS HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE "I A G N E T A I R En (Protected by Royal Lette-s Patent) FOR THE PREVENTION, RELIEF, AND CURE OF DISEASE. M R LON S D ALE, M. E., Inventor and Patentee of the MAGNETAIKE,' IS NOW RE-VISITING CARDIFF, AND MAY BE DAILY CONSULTED, FREE OF CHARGE, FOR ONE WEEK MORE, At his Private Consulting Rooms at MR J. LONG'S, PHOTOGRAPHER, 63, CROCKHERBTOWN, UNTIL SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 18S5. Where he will give Advice as to the Application of Curative Electricity, and Explain the Princinles of his Patent Magnetaire Appliances, of which he has a Large Assortment, suitable for every part of the bo iy. HOURS OF ATTENDANCE Ten to One, Two to Five, and Six to Eight. A 32-page Pamphlet, conta ning Testimonials, Price List, and full particulars, Free on application. The following are selected from a mass of testimony in possession of the Patentee :— CARDIFF TESTIMONIALS. IMPORTANT TESTIMONY BRONCHITIS AND HEART DISEASE. 28, Windsor-road, Cardiff, Dec. 17, 1884. Dear Sir,—For many years I have been suffering from bronchitis and Heart Disease, and although I have consulted with several physicians, and tried many remedies, I nave received very little benefit from them. I few weeks ago I bought one of your "Nlap:iietaire appliances, and am glad to tell you that I have derived much benefit from it.—I am, yours respecttully, JOHN EVANS. Mr R. Lonsdale. INDIGESTION. 39. Croft-street, Roath, Cardiff. Dec. 18, 1884. Dear Sir,-A short time ago I purchased frrtm you an appliance for Indigestion and pain in the back I am very pleased to inform you that I have derived great benefit from it. Can now eat any- thing I fancy, and am quite free from the pain and inconvenience I felt before purchasing the" Mag- iietai re. "-Yours truly, Mrs C. WARREN. ° Mr R. Lonsdale. TESTIMONIAL FROM THE REV. R. H, DIGNUM. Neville Cottage, Pearl-street, Roath, Cardiff, November 24, 1384. My Dear Sir,—For the third time I have great Sleasure in bearing testimony to the continued fcnefit I receive from wearing your admirable Magnetaire Belt. Tome its effects are simply comforting and delightful. I can eat and digest my tood with comfort. That terrible nervous action with which I was troubled for years his been sub- dued. For months together I have been free from it. I also find the "Magnetaire" Soles a perfect luxury. The appliances are a blessing indeed to me for the last two years. I wish you success in your efforts to benefit suffering humanity. I shall be glad to answer any questi ns which anyone may desire to ask me upon the matter. With gratitude for the good I have myself received, with very kind regards, I remain. Dear Mr Lonsdale, yours most faithfully, ROBT. HAYDON DIGNUM. To Mr Lonsdale. WEAK LEGS, NUMB FEET, SWOLLEN ANKLE, AND WEAKNESS OF THE VOICE. 214. Pearl-street, Roath, Nov. 17ch, 1834. Dear Sir,-Some years ago I had an attack of cholera, which left a thorough weakness in my legs, numbness in feet, and swollen ankle, causing paiii and greatly inconveniencing me in getting about. I am pleased to ted you that after wearing the Belt and Soles I purchased of you during your last visit a few hours I began to feel an improve- ment, and after a week's trial the change was won- derful; my legs were altogether stronger, the swell- ing or ankle had gone down, feet free from numb- ness, and the circulation restored through my bod), I found it great improvement also in my voice, which was very weak; can now speak stronger, although it is ten years since my voice broke down. I am highly satisfied with what your Appliances have done, and shall always recommend them with confidence in any similar case.- Yours truly JOHN TAYLOR Builder. Mr R Lonsdale. RAMP AND RHEUMATISM. 157. Bute-road, Cardiff, Nov. 1 1884. Sir,—In answer to your inquiry about the Magnetaire that I purchased of you during your last visit to Cardiff, I am glad to say it has done me great good, especially in removing Rheumatism antl liramp, and soothing the several complaints that come with age. I also have known several who have worn the Magnetaire," and in every case it has relieved or cured them. If a rich person or two were to club a few struy sovereigns together and purchase some of your appliances, and give them to the poor and neeiiy, who cannot buy such earthly blessings, they could say hereafter, "They weresick, and I visited them." If any person wishes to know more about the appliances they may call on me, and I can give them some practical experience. Respectiully yonrs, GEORGE SADLER, Artist. Mr R. Lonsdale. SCIATICA AND RHEUMATISM. Melbourne Villa, Plymouth-place North, Penarth, Near Cardiff, Oct. cth, 1884. Dear Sir,—I wish to express my great satisfac- tion and to testify to the benefit I have derived from the "Magnetaire" appliance I purchased from you two years ago. After a very short trial I felt a glow throughout the whole <('111 and com- menced to lose the pain in my hip an.i knees from which I ball suffered acutely for three years, and bad tried all sorts of remedies without receiving the least good. But I can safely say. after wearing the "Magnetaire," I have since been entirely free from pain. I shall spare no trouble in recommend- ing your appliances to anyone 1 know suffering.— I remain, yours very truly, Mr R. Lonsdale. DAVID WILLIAMS, Pilot. MR LONSDALE HAS NO AGENTS. THE APPLIANCES CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED AT THE ABOVE ADUKESS IN CARDIFF, AND ARE STAMPED "MAGNETAIRE." ——- 71996 LONSDALE AND CO., SOLti MANU I ACTUIiEltS, 11905 447, WEST STKAND, LONDON EBusiness jJV&fcwsses. Hp HIS is called an. age of Philosophy, JL because enlightened people everywhere demand reasonable around* for whatever belief they are asked pt. Th-whole sense oi this paragraph is con- billed ill the following lines The Alliance Cloth in? Company, of 33, St. Mary street. Cardiff, are Bonu-iide Manufacturers of Cloth- ing, their Factory being at 44, Commercial-street, London, and their Branches at 77 and 78, High Holborn 23, Ludgatn-hili 33. High-street, Islington 142, Shoreditch, and 29, Silver-street. Hull. There- fore can afford to sel! from 25 to 35 per cent, less than ordinar;- shopkeepers, however larce way .ol business they may be in." All our Clothing is labelled in plain figures with its proper description, trusting nothing to our Sales- man's knowledge of Fabrics. Unlike other Houses, we tell the Customer all we know about our Cloth- ins, and give A LEGAL GUARANTEE with every s: le, as evide!:ee ofour sincerity. This uarantee feature was but recently introduced into our business system. Our customers who have heretofore found out- simple word about aoods sufficient, may not care for the written guarantee, bnt we g-ivc it all thesime, be- cause we want to establish relations of perfect con- fidence with new customers; besides, the register number of the guarantee ticket is an index to the date and details of each transaction, and useful for reference. Wo anticipate a very severe winter, and conseouentlv a !;1l" trade in winter overcoats. We hrne therefore devoted to that department an im. mense stock to it-elf, varying in prices from 14s lid to 50s. We need not remind our customers that we are the originators of the new system whereby the money is returned to customers who are not satisfied with what they have purchased. This svr-tem was introduced by us in 18b4, and we firmly believe is one of the Secrets of our Great Success. THE ALLIANCE, MERCHANT TAILORS & JUVENILE OUTFITTERS, lOSe 33, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. AT the present time Clothing so much de- notes the position of the wearer that to be in clad or clothed in garments that are badly made and fitted at once conveys an im- pression unfavourable to the wearer. It is, therefore, of great importance that all who study appearance should be careful to make their purchases only from such houses as make Style, Fit, and Quality, combined with economy, their leading features. Winter especially requires that change in our attire which is so necessary for the due protection of our health and comfort. It is, .therefore, of great importance that we should be supplied with overcoats and other warm clothing, not only at a moderate charge, but also fashion- able and well made, as well as being selected from materials of modern design and durable character. To these important requisites MASTERS and COMPANY have especially devoted their attention, and the reader may depend upon being supplied with all he re- quires at either of their establishments. Every person to whom economy is an object should certainly inspect their stock before purchasing elsewhere. The position occupied by this firm in the markets as the largest buyers of clothing m Wales or the West of England enables them fre- quently to secure goods at such prices as defy competition, it being an indisputable fact that the tradesman who can buy largest must buy on more favourable terms than the smaller buyer. There can be no surer indi- cation than an increased trade that the public duly appreciate fair dealing, and that the efforts of MASTERS and COMPANY to supply goods of sterling value at the lowest remunerative profit have been fully recognised is proved by the result. 102e LADIES who have learned Scientific Dresscutting, have no Dressmakers' bills this Christina*.— Scientific Dresscutting Association, 21, Angel-str- et, opposite Cardiff Castle..5

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