T. BOWEN JONES & CO. We are Sola Agents in this district for the Colombo Brand Ceylon Tea. All our other Teas are T. B. J.'s o\rn Wends. We buy no "up-to-date" London b\##4a, blended by Modern Tea Blenders," who are sufficiently scientific to utilise in their blends Tea iust and dirt sweepings of the Tea Gardens with •xhauafced tea leaves collected from the nlop basins of t-ondon Cookshops and re-dried. The more you think of it the less you like it. A haul of the London Tea Blenders was made last month, and brought before the magistrates the full Benalty incurred being over £ 36,000. Their teas made a good brew. We buy none, we sell none but what we can drink •urselves. Even our Tea at Is. per 11). is perfectly clean ana sweet. We recommend finer teas such as Is. 4d. and Is. 8d. SUGARS CHEAPER THAN EVER. T. BOWEN JONES & CO., 2, MARKET SQUARE, MERTHYR. =- _wil-E
ANGLO-BAVARIAN PALE ALES AND STOUT. '37- CASK. E Stores— PBSAKTH rtOAIi, C.\FNIM. Agent-G. M. & R. GUXSOX, 68, HIGH STREET, MBHTHTB TTT)FIL. Agents in all Towns. tn!M
ffiuainess announcements. TO OUR CUSTOMERS. We beg' to thank you for past orders, and trust to receive your further commands, which you may rely shall receive our utmost, prompt, and careful attention. MASTERS AND COMPANY, THE CARDIFF CLOTHIERS, I 1, Market Square Buildings, | MERTHYR 124 and 114, High Street, J t HIGHER MUSICAL EDUCATION. MR. D. C. WILLIAMS, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, (Kvstudent of the University College, Cardiff winner of the prize Cantata at the National Eisteddfod, 1892 and Assistant Master to Dr. JosKPH PARKY) HAS the honour to announce that he has taken up his residence in Merthyr, and will be pleased to receive Pupils at 167, Plymouth Street, (,r visit them at their re^dences, and impart instruction in the follow- mSsubjects —PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, SINGING, and PRACTICAL COMFOS11 ION. r Arrangements will also be made shortly to arrange WEEKLY CLASSES in Harmony, Counterpoint, Canon, Imitation, Fugue, and Orchestration. TERMS, which are moderate, may be had on application to ^r- WILLIAMS, c o Mr. J. M. WILLIAMS, 167, PLYMOUTH STREET, MERTHYR. "Y Ddraig Goch a ddyry gyclnvyn." JOHN LEWIS, Music Warehouse, PENYDARREN. MUSIC DEPARTMENT. MACHINE DEPARTMENT. AN OS, AMERICAN ORGANS,and all kinds of Best and Largest STOCK of CYCLES in the MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS on Easy Terms. District. INSTRUMENTS REPAIRED, Renovated, or SOLID-TYRE SAFETIES from £ 2 upwards. taken in Exchange. CUSHION-TYRE SAFETIES from £558. PNEUMATIC-TYRE SAFETIES from jBlO lOa. TUNING by Yearly Contract or otherwise. District Sole Agent for all the best Makers. •»., Sole Agent for the GWALIA" SEWING MUSICAL INSTRUMENT* on HIRE for MACHINE; Best Hand and Treadle Machine in Concerts, &c. the World guaranteed to sew new calico 20 fold, Largest Possible DISCOTj NT allowed for Cash. moleskin 4 fold. 1t ^ill pay you to call and Inspect my Varied STOCK before going elsewhere. All GOODS DELIVERED FREE to any Part. Y Gwir yn erbyn y byd." W. MORGAN DA VIES A (LATE AT J. S. DA VIES'), f CLOTHIER, OUTFITTER, HATTER, &c., 115, HICH STREET, DOWLAIS, Has the Best Selections in the Neighbourhood of Men's, Youths', and Doys' Suits. HATS, CAPS, TIES, COLLARS, CUFFS, HANDKERCHIEFS, SCARVES, &c., &c. THE NOTED SHOP FOR MEN'S AND BOYS' MACKINTOSHES. —————. TAILORING DEPARTMENT- Suits Made to Measure From 25s. Trousers Made to Measure From 8s. 6d. NOTK THE ADDRESS.— W. MORGAN DAVIES, 115, HIGH STREET (Bottom of Horse Street), DOWLAIS. 112 AND 118, HIGH STREET, DOWLAIS. J. S. DAVIES & CO., DRAPERS, CLOTHIERS, MILLINERS, AND WELSH FLANNEL MANUFACTURERS. INCANDESCENT GASLIGHT, Equal to the Electric Light, at One-seventh the Cost. SOLFC AGENTS FOR MERTHYR BOROUGH- TIIOS. THOMAS & SONS, IllONMONGERS, MERTHYR. 154-20S. v UHAND EXTENSION OF PREMISES. C H PT OOKS, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND SILVERSMITH, 49, PONTMORLAIS CIKCTS, MERTHYR, BEGS to thank his numerous customers and friends for their very kind patronage during the past nine years. 3>y their support he has been enabled to extend his premises, and lie now holds the BEST AND FINEST SELECTED STOCK IX THE DISTRICT. CO AND SEE T1IE GRAND SHOW OK PL AT 1.0, CUTLERY, MARBLE AND GILT CLOCKS, BRONZES, Arc. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES OF THE NEWEST DESIGNS. EVERY WATCH WARRANTED. Gow AND SII.VKK RIXIIS OF EvKuv DESCRIPTION. .T.2, NOTE-Side Door and Private Room for Wedding Ring Customers. COME AND INSPECT OUt STOCK BEKOKE GOING ELSEWHEKE. [260C X Books, Sermons, Pamphlets, Tracts, Magazines, Newspapers, Periodicals, and all General Work EXECUTED M THE "P1MES" PRINTING COMPANY, MERTUVR. educational. THE COURT GIRLS' SCHOOL, MERTHYR TYDFIL. PRINCIPAL MISS EDWARDS. The course of instruction is preparatory for the Oxford or Cambridge Local Examinations, and the whole school is examined once a year by a University Graduate nominated by thp -,()tith Wtles University College. The School will re-open Tuesday, January 22, 1895. Prospectus, with terms, etc., may be had on applica- tion to Miss Edwards. 154-66 SCHOOL OF MUSIC. MISS POLLIE JONES, Associate of the London College of Music, Member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANOFORTE, THEORY, HARMONY. Pupils prepared for Local Musical Examinations. Prospectus may be had on application ABERDARE JT'NCT. VISITED EVERY TUESDAY. ADDRESS 46, RAILWAY TERRACE, MERTHYR. MERTHYR HIGH SCHOOL PRIMROSE HILL. Master: Mr. HARRY DEWDNEY, B.A. Second Master Mr. E. R. WHALLEY, B.A., Durham. Drawing M:ister, Mr. G. HARRIS, A.C.T. Singing Master, Mr. TOM PRICE, G.L. School hours from 9.30. SOUND PRACTICAL EDUCATION in all usual English subjects. Special attention to Mathe- matics, French and Drawing. Pupils prepared for Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations. Prelim- inary Medicine and Law College of Preceptors, &o Drill. Games. Half-term begtins March 11th. Boarder-vacancies for next tertu msy now be filled. Private Address 5, CoCRTLAXU TERRACE. auctioneers, &c. J. LL. ATKINS, F.A.I., AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT, and GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT. Offices: Gellvfaelog Cottage and 20, Upper Union- Street, Dowlais. Agent for the Liverpool, London, and Globe Insur- ance Co., the United Kingdom Temperance and Provident Institution, and the Ocean Railway Acci- dent Co. Also for the White Star Inman, and American Steamship Companies. DAVID EVANS, ACCOUNTANT AND AUCTIONEER, 51, Gwaelodygarth Terrace, MERTHYR. ENGLISH AND WELSH SALES ATTENDED. EVAN LEWIS, AUCTIONEER, 41, MARY STREET, DOWLAIS, Is open to conduct Sales in any part of the Princi- pality in both English and Welsh. TERMS Strictly Moderate and Prompt Settle- ments. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT!! George Griffiths Jones, (For more than twenty years Clerk to Messrs. Frank James and Sons, Solicitors,'at Aberdare and Merthyr) begs to inform his friends and the public generally that he will shortly commence the business of an AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AUDITOR, Accountant an Estate and House Aggrt And he hopes that by careful and prompt attention to all matters which may be entrusted to him to merit their kind patronage and support. ADDRESS 50, Gloucester Street, Aberdare. JOHN F. SEAL, AUCTIONEER AND HOUSE AGENT. BEGS respectfully to thank liii numerous patrons j.) and the public generally for their liberal patronage during the past seven years, and trusts by continued attention to business to still merit their confidence and support. HOUSE PROPERTY sold by Auction or Private Treaty. Sales of FURNITURE, kc. effected. VALUATIONS for MORTGAGE, PROBATE, &c. COLLECTION OF RENTS. J. F. S. gives special attention to this branch of his business, and at present is favoured with the COLLECTION OF OVER 500 HOUSES. Owners will save much personal trouble by placing their Properties in J. F. S.'s hands, besides finding their nett incomes much increased. N.R-Appointed to Levy Distresses for Rent. Unsolicited testimonials. OFFICE-5, CASTLE STREET, MERTHYR. [2818. Preliminary Announcement. THOMAS HOWELLS, OF 18, UNION-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL (Who has for the past 20 years been Clerk to Mr. T. L. White, Solicitor, and his co-partners, during 15 years of which lie has acted in the capacity of Managing Clerk), Begs to inform the Public that lie will, on and after the 25th February, 1895, commence business as an AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND ACCOUNTANT, AT 30, VICTORIA STREET. He respectfully solicits the patronage and support of the Public. All business entrusted to his care will be conducted with promptitude and efficiency. Valuations for Probate and Administrations Prepared. HEFYD Y MAE YX HYDDYSG 1X lit IAITII GYMRAEG. Business announcements. THOMAS D I X, CAB PROPRIETOR, BELLE VUE, ABERDARE. BROUGHAMS, CABS, DOG CARTS, GIGS, AND BRAKES Of all descriptions on shortest notice. Wedding Carriages kept in Stock, Special Terms for Pic-nics. Small or Large Parties can be accommodated. NOAKES THEATRE, MARKET PLACE. ABERDARE. GREAT ATTRACTIONS NIGHTLY. COME EARLY TO SECURE SEATS. CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY NIGHT. LOOK OUT FOR THE DAY BILLS. Ask your friends what they think of it. Costly Dresses and Scenery. POPULAR PRICE. MIND AND COME EARLY. WNDIGESTION.- Tlx; MEDICAL REFORM I SOCIETY will fienù FREE: to all applicants an excellent BOTANIC CUKE for Indigestion, Bilious- ness, Liver Complaints, Piles, Rheumatism, Gout and Bronchitis. Address- The Secretiur, BOTANIC INSTITUTE, NOTTINGHAM. [2828 All jtrinlir.^ for football clubs, such as cards of fixture?, rules, &c. ,can be done best and eneapest at the Tunes Printing Works, Mprth) r. I Business announcements. AUTUMN AND WINTER, 1894. a. M. EDWARDS, "yiCTORIA JJOUSE, g -yiCTOBIA gTftEET, I DOWLAIS, T NAS A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF THE LATEST AUTUMN AND WINTER NOVELTIES, INCLUDING FURS, MANTLES, JACKETS, MILLINERY, DRESS MATERIALS, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITS, Ac. UNDERCLOTHES; GLOVES, HOSIERY. GENTLEMENS SUITS MADE TO ORDER. i5. Jr. R. LL. ATKINS, a/} 20 & 21, UPPER UNION STREET, DOWLAIS JjjSjgjy (OPPOSITB THE PARISH CHURCH% UNDERTAKER AND COMPLETE FUNERAL FURNISHER. A2|| EFFICIENT STAFF OF WORKMEN KEPT. ORDERS EXECUTE^AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. It ———— Branch Office-26, PtANTATION STREET, PENYDARREN, where orders are also received. Price Lists for HEARSES, SHELLIBEERS, COACHES, Ac., may he had tift Applieatios te the above Addresses. NOTE—AH kinds of WR ATHS and CROSSES kept on the Premises also EVERY EQUIPMENT FOR FUNERALS. BABIES' LIVES ARE SAVED BY USING REES' FOOD FOR INFANTS, MALTED AND COOKED. The most perfect substitute for Mothers' Milk, therefore the best Food for Infants. YOU.,BABY SHOULD BE YOUR FIRST CONSIDERATION. Tins 6d. and is. each. A REAL BLESSING TO MOTHERS Depend upon it Mother, it will give rest to your selves, and relief and health to your Babies. B888' —— COOLING AND SOOTHING POWDERS RBKS* FOH INFANTS. INFANTS' PRESERVATIVE. No Mother should be without them after one dose the child The bfat and safest gedielee far W"wd, OYIM, Fite, becomes as bright as a button. Acidity, Restlessness, ix*. PRICE 'j, • Is. lid. PRICE Is. lid. Any of the above Remedies will be sent Post Free, from the Proprietor, on receipt of P.O. or Stamps. rnEFARED OXLT BY R. P. REES, Dispensing Chemist (BY EXAMINATION), 177, HIGH STREET, DOWLAIS. THE LAKGEST FURNISHING STORES IN THE PRINCIPALITY. THE UNIVERSAL FURNISHING STORES, Temple Buildings, Union Street, Dowlais, Are the cheapest as well as the largest in the district for all kinds of FURNITURE, BEDDING, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, PIANOS, &c. EVERY REQUIREMENT FOR COTTAGE OR MANSION. Immense Showrooms stocked with Household Goods of every description, at prices which defy competition. INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED. ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE. ESTABLISHED 1864. W. 11. CO H E N, PAWNBROKER, OUTFITTER, & JEWELLER, The Furniture Depot," (Opposite the Post Office), 93, Pontmorlais, Merthyr. W. R. COHEN for New and Second-hand Guinea Gold Weddlaff Rings, Keepers, Dress, Signet, and W. R. COHEN for New and Second-hand Watches, Gold and Silver Chains, kc. W. R. COHEN for well-seasoned Household Furniture, Millpuff and Feather Beds, Pianos and Americas Furniture Sold for Cash, or bv Weekly Payments on the Hire Purchase System. Side Entrance and Private Rooms for Wedding Ring and Pledge Customers. MUSICALLY IMPORTANT. I MR. EDWARD LAWRANCE, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Of the celebrated Conservatorium of Music, Leipzig, Honorary Organist Christ Church, Cyfarthfa, formerly (for many years) the Organist and Choir-master of St. David's Church, Merthyr, Honorary Local Examiner to the. Royal College of Music, London, Councillor of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, Ac. IS alwav a happy to receive ADDITIONAL PUPILS for PIANOFORTE, OKGAN, HAKMONTCM, SINGING, HARMONr, and COMPOSITION LESSONS, 4C, MISS HILDENHAGEN (Niece to Mr. Edward Lawrance), continues to receive YOUNG ruriLS, and to carefully prepare them for later tuition under Mr. Edward Lawrance's personal care. For Terms, which are Moderate, apply to Mr. EDWARD LAVTKANCE, Professor of Music, TRACTHJCIM, 2, COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR TYDKIL. BEST OF CLOTHS AND THE LATEST OF STYLES. IF YOU WANT YOUR CLOTHES WELL MADE, GIVE YOUR ORDERS TO THOMAS JOKES, AERON HOUSE, DOWLAIS. BEST OF CLOTHS KEPT; SUITS MADE IN THE LATEST STYLES, AND A GOOD FIT GUARANTEED I PRICES MODERATE, AND DESPATCH SHOWN IN CARRYING OUT URDPSS. CALlI UPON, OR WRITE TO THOMAS JONES, AERCN HOUSE^ DOWLAIP. J»u$iue08 tmnouncemtius. MR. HARRY EVANS, A.R.C.O. CONDUCTOR DOWLAIS PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY, GIVES LESSONS AT HIS OWN OR PUPIL'S RESIDENCE, IN Organ & Pianoforte Playing, Singing, Harmony, & Theory. Rhymney and District visited every Wednesday. For TERMS, which are very Moderate, apply to BEETHOVEN HOUSE, DOWLAIS. Engagements accepted for Organ Recitals, Concerts, Eisteddfodau, &c. MANGE, AND ALL DISEASES OF THE SKIN IN "CilT" OATTM, DOCMS, GATS, *e., POSITIVELY CURED. The Sporting Life of August 23rd remarks It is gratifying to notice the decrease of Mange amongst our London Stables, and we understand this is accounted for by the use of the Mange Liniment, manufactured by the City of London Veterinary Medicine Company of Perry Hill, Catford London." Price for Dogs, Cats, &c., 2/6 per Bottle, post free; Horses, Cattle, &c., 11/6 per Gallon (jar included). M. L. WALTERS & Co., WEST END STORES, ALMA STREET, DOWLAIS, ARE NOW RECEIVING WEEKLY CONSIGNMENTS OF FRESH CARMARTHEN BUTTER, Of Unequalled Quality, Purity, and Freshness, which they are Retailing at Prices which Defy Competition. M. L. WALTERS & Co., ARE NOTED FOR THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OF THEIR GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, And they make every effort to secure for their Customers the BEST GOODS ONLY, at Prices which cannot be undersold, except at the expense of quality. Business announcements. HEALTH. If you want good health, you must have good digestion, and for an impared digwrtion you can have nothing more pleasant and effective, than D. C. EVANS BROWN BREAD. Try a three-half-penny loaf and judge for yourself. D. C. EVANS. HYGIENIC BAKERY, DOWLAIS. [152-201 DAVID GRIFFITHS, (For years Book-keeper to the Ebbw Vale Local Board, and with the late firm of Messrs. James & Co., Solicitors, Merthyr, as Estate and General Clerk), begs to inform his Friends and the Public that he HAS COMMENCED BUSINESS AS AN ACCOUNTANT, AUDITOR, STOCK AND FIXTURE VALUER, HOUSE, ESTATE, AND GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, and trusts that, by strict attention to all matters entrusted to his care, to receive a share of the Public Patronage. Rents Collected, Valuations for Probate, Ii-e. Moderate Charges and Prompt Settlements. OFFICE.—EXPRESS INN, HIGH STREET, PONTMORLAIS, MERTHYR TYDFIL. C. J. PRICE, Grocer, TREDEGAR. AGENT FOR ROGERS' CELEBRATED AK ALES AND STOUTS IN LL SIZE CASKS AT USUAL PRICES. W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS! JAMESON'S WHISKY, HENNESSY'S BRANDY, &c., &c. AGENT FOR KINMONDS HIGH-CLASS TABLE WATERS IN SYPHONS, &c. WEEKLY SUPPLIES OF THE FINEST WILTSHIRE BACON (PALE AND SMOKED). Cheddar, Caerphilly, Gorgonzola, and other PRIME CHEESE. BUTTER SHIPPED DIRECT WEEKLY. MAZAWATTEE TEA AND COFFEE. C. J. PRICE, Tx-edegar and Brithdir. MERTHYR TURKISH BATHS, LOWER HIGH STREET. THE Proprietor of the above Baths wishes to draw the public attention to the fact that these baths are re- nowned for the cure of Rheumatism, Sciatica, and all Colds and Affections of the Ghest. Hundreds of unsolicited testi- nials can be seen at the Baths. Turkish Bathers are admitted from 9 a.m. to 8.50 p.m.—First-class Turkish, 2s. Second- class (without shampooing), h. Warm Baths, 6d. and Is. Swimming Baths, 4d. LADIES' DAY—TIESUAY. Proprietor and Manager, W. POUL. A FREE FREr: Post Free to any A. »» Address. SAFETIES SAFETIES': SAFETIES: Important to Agents, Dealers and others. Wholesale List con- ^E^K*p|B»taining 1,000 (One Thousand) Machines, new and secoDd-hand sent Post !■ rt'<■ to •SsS» am. a(j(iress. 60 per cent cheaper than ,,r ncent's Whv pay more or fancy prices? sSe machine at'Vholesale price. Write at once for tbe largest and most complete listi,cycle t.r;* starting value and no large profits. R « XKMl.OW Cycle Wùrks, Regent St., Weston-super-Mare. [2826 A FAIR, BKATITTI. SKIS. Sulpholine Soap gives the natural tiijt a-nd peach-like bloom of a perfect Complexion makes the Skin smooth, supple, healthy, comfortable, 6d. Tablets everywhere. Ad, t. NERVE WOURT, DKI-RMSION.— Quinine the onlv remedy "Pepper's" Quinine and Iron dispels all rere trouble Must be Pepper's Qu ine. Tnis TIMES EXCHANGE.- The easiest and cheapest way to make a bargain is to advertise your want in the 1 unes. These tiny CAPSULES are superior to Babam of TA Copaiba, Cubcbs or Injections and cure in 48 hours thc same diseases withoul incom-cnÎcncc. 4/6 of all Chemists. Or pc-S1 free- wiiio* aft" ('0.. Ox ford-lit. I0.\I»0>w. Xusiness announcements. Merthyr and Dowlais Building Society. CHAIRMAN MR. ALDERMAN WILLIAMS, J.P., Gwaelody gttrth, Merthyr Tydfil. LOANS ADVANCED IN SUMS FROM £100 TO f 10,000. EASY Re-payments in 3 to 17 Yraj»-«y»v0uraW« r'J Redemption Terms—Utmost Sffcrecy—Loans on Buildings in Progress—No Management cb»rg^si. Sams received on deposit at Forr per ewnt. per annum, interest payable half-yearly. For Particulars applv to Mr. PKl KR W LJLJJTAMS. Secretary, Glebelana Merthyr Tydfil; or to Local Agents throughout South Wales. GrAUPirsi A MARVELLOUS RKMI^DY ^OKUfcSlF0R CouGHS, COLpP, B«ON- CHITIS, INFLUENZA, COT-n u ASTHMA, tc. When other things fail, gwi abottl«, take according to directions, awi BALSAM rePort wonderful power to yeur friends. In Bottles, Is. l^d and 2a. 9d. arnt) p< xj«i q, UNIVERSALLY Af)jti.ilKU TO EORGE S BE THE SAFjsx J^X) BEST. Contain no Opium nor aaytlrioff IVVA VT«> injurious to the youngest hab*. P»r Teething, Fits, Measles, Scarlatina, i and other ailment^ they an a Lonre and certain specific. A mother's best p DLRS help and comfort. IN PACKETS, Is. lid. BACH. Note.—Read the remarkable and interesting teati- monials around each packet and bottle. GEORGE'S POWDERS AND BALSAM are eold everywhere. Manufactory TENTRE, RHONDDA VALLEY GLAMORGANSHIRE. 1*5 R. J. HEATH & SONS, CARDIFF, PONTYPRIDD, AND LONDON PIANOFORTE & ORGAN MERCHANTS. (From South Wales Daily News, 9th January, 1894.) "VERDICT OF NINE HUNDRED."—Under thia title Messrs. R. J. Heath and Sons, Queen-street, Cardiff, Eianoforte makers, organ builders, and music ware- ousemen, have collected an imposing array of testi- monials and Press opinions relating to the quality of the musical instruments supplied by them. The tirm is so well known in Cardiff, and, indeed, throughout South Wales and the West of England, that it is hardiv necessary here todwelluponitsinnuence and commaua- mg position. This collection of testimonials serves, however, to do something more than to certify to the excellence of the instruments furnished by Meeem. Heath and Sons. It shows, in a sense, how Bteady is the growth among tbe general public of a desire for a knowledge of music, and how increasingly numerous, even in the homes of the working classes, are pianoe, organs, and harmoniums The great majority of tbe letters in this list relate to pianos, and while many of them have reference to most costly instruments, con- taining all the latest improvements, supplied to tne well-to-do, the greater number relate to serviceable instruments purchased for the homes of the wace-earn- ing portion of tbe community. This growing love for so refining an art as music is a most favourable sign. For though in the Principality music has for genera- tions been the chief recreation of the people, it has for the most part been choral music in connection with churches and chapels that has occupied attention. Instrumental music is now, however, receiving its fair share of attention, and all these in true sympathy with the art must trust that the attvemej!t will go steadily onward. These testimonials have been received from every quarter of the Principality, while not a few come from other portions of the United Kingdom. and some from South America. India, and other distant countries. All speak most favourably of Messrs. Heath's bu&iness methods as well as of their instruments. H. J. HEATH AND SONS INVITE INSPECTION. FULL ILLUSTRATED LIST AND VERDICT POST FREE. PRINTING PRINTING PRINTING Fur all kinds oi Printing, executed in the Best Style, and at Moder ate Prices, gu to the TIMES PRINTING i COMPANY, 1 John-Street, MERTHYR.