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Letters addressed to Initials or Fictitious Names must benr the address of the Advertiser or one of the offices of the Western Mail. personal. WILLIAM OXLE"Y, ex-Betective-sergeant Car- diff Police (Private Detective); .-inspected persons watched (divorce); missing friends traced.—Address, 11, Raw den-place, Cardiff. 931i5 WILL the Tradesman who Delivered, bv mis- take, a Chair Bedstead at 27. The Walk. kindly communicate with the Lost Property Office, Central Police-station, Cardiff? a961 JBusirau OK O ANISTiT'wanti^ Congregational Church, Landore.—Apply, by letter, not later than May 10th, to Rev. Robert Thomas, stating experience, terms, and references. Endorse "Organ." 4983h3 IVANTID at once, Young Lady Pian1-S-t.- v V Apply, stating age and wages, with refe- rences, Horss and Groom Hotel, Maesteg. hi REQUIRED, for the Training of 3rd Battalion Welsh Regiment, trom 6th June to 2nd July next. efficient Musicians; good pay given to suitable men.—Apply to Adjutant, 3rd Welsh Regiment, Barracks, Cardiff. from whom parti- culars can be obtained, not later than 18th May.. 2 4914hl WANTED at once. Young Lady Pianist.— Apply, stating age and wages required, to Mrs. Richards. Oddfellows' Hotel, Maesteg. s30 PIANOFORTE (upright iron grandL-Electri- p cian, going to China. Offers magnificent j high-class Piano; check action, full trichord, seven octaves, in lovely walnutwood case, with marqueterie inlayings; powerful, brilliant tone and. response touch: particularly suited for' classical-musir; new this season; original price 56 guineas, accept 19 guineas; approval will- ihgly; carriage paid both ways if unsatisfac- tory.— E., 191, Queen's-road, Peckham. Lon- don. L15317 JfleTneal. rpo Chemists.—Should this Meet the eye of an X elderly Chemist out of business owing to misfortune and willing to Undertake Light Duties in a quiet Country Business, Would br Communicate with J. R. Philpotts. Newnhani- on-Severn ? 140h5 MEDICAL Gentleman may Find Experienced llL Person; good references: over 30; sine dep.; disengage J soon.-(Medica)) Richards, Chemist. Llwynypia. ioh3 "EXPERIENCED Graduate (doubly qualified) X\J Desires to Act as Locum .—A 41, Western Mail. Cardiff. 79h4 CleriraL TITLE Want^i^0??"Llandaff"?>ioccse^hv Graduate of London accepted by bishop. The Parsonage, Abercrave, Ystradgynlais. s30 ^rboiastir. "EXAMINATIONS.—Thorough and inexpensive X-J Courses of Preparation for Civij Service London Mat-rie., Professional Prelims. Factors- Inspectors' and Teachers' Certificate' Exam*. successes at all recent exams.; most hiehlv recommended by successful students.—N c Potter. 67. Chancery-lane. W.C. 81etc CiIVIL Service Appointments.—Excellent Tui- tion fou all. Examinations in Class or bv Pest. Several Cardiff Vacancies.—Full particu- lars free (state age), Mr. Skerry, Y.M.O.A., Bris- to1- 59053 ESSO.\18 in Itaiiin, French and m LESSONS in Italian, French, and Music by ) Young Lady; terms moderate.-Apply A 2, Western Mail. Cardiff. 488J*hl JOUTH Wales Tutorial Classes.—Preparation J for University, Professional, and Govern- ment Examinations.—Terms. <&< apply W. A. Meyriek, 121, King's-road, Cardiff. 4438(1 Toacheri Wanted. ANTED, 18th proximo"Xm<erY~(;~o ve,Tness (Gentlewoman); two children, six and two; musical; good health essential.— Bucknall Castleniead, Mumbles. 123h2 \\7" ANTED. Male Assistant; Art, 50or~52; £ eo~ n musical; good disciplinarian.—Rev I) Weatherill, St. German's, Cardiff. 163h2 \\TANTED Boarder to Assist~Two Hours II Daily; elementary work; good j. English; four accomplishments; £ 16 vesrlv A 45. Western Mail. Cirdiff. 9Lh4 "TTrAXTED, Mistress for RhostuToiTl^h^rr » I average attendance, about 17; salary £ 50 —Apply Vicar, Llanilar, Aberystwyth. ?2s30"" DRAWING Master W anted to Give One Lesson Weekly.—Apnly. stating Qualifications and terms. Rev. E. J. Newell, College. Porthcawl s301 ted at LLANDOVERY British Schools.—Wa7Jt^~Tt -U once, an Assistant (ex-l'.T. or Ait. "8); state salary,—Apply, with copies of testimonials to retai*Y. J. R..Tames, Esq., Secretary. u_- 1841830 Teachers Want Employment. \XFANTED, by Young Lady. Engagement as f T NarseryGoverness to quite Young Chil- dreii: domesticated; fond ot children; crocd reltrences; country preferred.—A 40, Western Mail. Cardiff. Foh2 YOUNG Lady (Cert.t Seeks Re-engagemont as G-overness; 5 years reference.—Miss O Lister. 15, Pontcanna-street, Cardiff. 37630 EXPERIENCED "Governess 1.30\ Desires lie. E appointment in the Country; good qualifi- cations and references.—Miss Drew, Fairview. Hafod Vale, near Newport. Mon. 4998! 16 GOVERNESSES. Mothers' HelpsTaSd Ladies Requiring Them, South Wales 3overrtess Agency, 14. Trinity-street, Cardiff NTo ^arge to ladies; no fee to governesses till suited. 58534 j^ousetTefprrd, Comp^nton^ Housekeepers; Companions^crr^ Wanted. WANTED immediately, near Cardiff, Ladv* Help (Lady); Church; domesticated; good needlewoman; cheerful, musical; photo; able teach little boy —Address A 63. Western 'Mail Cardiff. 183h6 HOUSEKEEPER Required shortly by a; H Bachelor Gentleman: must be well l eccm- )nended.-Address. with full particulars, .v 59, Western Mail, Cardiff. 16Eh3 0RSEKELPER^VV'anted; reliaideTsober man well up to cleaning ^horses; good pros- jects.—Address Manager. Montague JJCWS, "Slooinsliurv, Loiidon. W.C. • WANTED at once, Middle-aged, respectable" trustworthy W orkmg' Housekeeper, with ?ood refereiices; no servant kept.—Apply F. rfayward. Royal Oak, Llantrissent, near 1,'an- -ribby, Newport, Mon. 136h2 1361-t2 lA^AXTED.in a .Farm House, Mother TileTp-^ VV Mr- Attewell. Traston Farm, Christ- church. near Newport, Mon. 130h5 DOMESTICATED, capable Help Wanted at once: cook, early r'jer. References and particulars to Mater Western Mail, Mew- uort. r— 13ih5 WANTED Immediately for London Domes- ticated Help; about 25; small family; -110 children; good wages.—Mrs. Wyard, Hasland House, Penarth. 115h2_ WANTED. Useful Help to Assist' Mistress! small family; farmer sdaughter preferred; good references essential.—Mr^. AVacUey, Tyny- caia Farm, Whitchwb, near Cardiff. 4890hl ^oiisrluejjns, Companions nousekespers, Companions, &c.j Want Employment. WANTED, Situation as Housekeeper in Small Inn or Vaults; speaks Weisn and r.ng- I;&h: midaic-aged person; experienced; highest references.—Address Miss Price, Post-ollice, Pontardalais. 133h5 WANTED, by a superior Person, Situation TV as Working Housekeeper or Place of Trust.—Apply to A. IN, care of Mr. Slade, East Village, Cowbridge. 4909h4 YOUNG Lady Requires Situation as Com- panion (out of Cardiff); musical; domes- ticated; good needlewoman —Address A 13, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 4883hl tit) ^truants. Cooks Wanted. WANTED, a Cook; must be efficient and respectable; parlourmaid ami 'nousemaiu kept; wages ±220.—B. D., Western JMSiil Odice, Swansea. '/Obrib WANTED for Clevedon, a good Plain Cook. Also an experienced rlotise and Parlour- maiu; good references indispensaDle.—A 58, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 170iio T^TAMTED.. a competent Cook-General; aged V f about 23; housemaid kept.—Jars. Basil Vv'n- lraiMs, Risca N icarage, 'lydee, Newport, Mon. 113 WANTED, Cook-General. Also Housemuid.— 11, Marine-parade, Penarth. 4895hl TSTANTEI), May 28th, good Plain Cook; gr^cd VV manager; parlourmaid, housemaid, ana nurse kept—Apply, statn.g age, wages, and refe- rences, to Mrs. r rank 1. James, Peuydarren i House, Merthyr Tydvil. 5D070 I "lyfT A "TKD, good Plain Cook; lady and VV daughter; £ 26; boy clean door steps, Ac.; charVYoman when required.-71, Park-street. Bristol. ll^ho WANTED, Cook-Gineral; thoroughly re-1 spectahle; washing out; hoasemaid and boy kept; small family; apply, with references, wages required, &c.; Churchwomaii preferrad —Address A 50, Western Mail, Cardiff. 107h5 WANTED, good Plain Cook for small Family two other servants kept; Churchwoman.— Apply to Mrs. Evans, 'iutshill Lodge, Chep-1 stow. eSh4 WANTED immed'ately, for Cardiff, Liandaff, Llanishen, Penarth, Plain Cooks; £ 16— £ 18. House Parlourmf-ids, Nurse Housemaids, Generals.—Apply 10, King's road, CardilL Olh^ WANTFJD, 1st June, for Small Faiiiily, good. W Cook-General; must have good references —Mrs. James Fulton, Fernpank, Eaton-crescent, Swansea. 63h4 MERTHYR Tydfil Union.—Wanted, at the, Workhouse, a Female Officer to Attend to the Duties of the Female Receiving Ward, to Assist in the Cooking and Baking in the House, and to Act Generally Under the Supervision of the Matron; aged not under 25 years; salary JE15 per annum, with rations, lodging, and wash- ing.—Applications, stating age and enclosing references, to be sent to Frank T. James, Clerk to the Guardians, 134, High-street, Merthyr. on or before Friday. 6th May. 59047 WANTED, good Cook-General immediately; aged 25—30; Churchwoman; abstainer; family five; nurse and housemaid kept.—Apply Mrs. Cropper, Govilon Rectory, Abergavenny. h4 T>LAIN Cook Wanted for largo Business r House; aged about 35; wages £25; no Sunday work.—Apply Housekeeper, 50, Wine- street. Bristol. 14h3 COOK General Wanted for Gentleman's I Family in the Country; two other servants kevt; good references required; wages £14.- Mrs. Scott, Lianstephan, Carmarthen. 4977sJ0 WANTED, good Cook General; housemaid kep#. three iu family—Apply, stating wages, references, to Miss Taylor, 5, Fitzalan-. place, Cardiff. 4889hl TX7"ANTED. on the 12th of May Next, a tho- V" roughly experienced Cook; not under 25 years of age; all found except beer; wages. JE25 per annum. Also an efficient House-Parlour- maid; tali, smart; thoroughly understanding her duties and the cleaning of silver and lamps; good needlewoman; not under 25 years of age; all found except beer; wages. £ 22 per annum; first-cla.ss references absolutely necessary.- Apply to Mrs. Webb-Bowen, St. Martin's, Haver- fordwest. 58975 D, in small Family, a good Coek; Vt kitchenmaid kept; Church person: state wages and references.—Apply Miss Morgan, Stratford. St. Athan Rectory, Cowbridge, South Wales.. 58888 1^7"ANTED, good Plain Cook and Housn-P#.r- T T lourmaid; small family.—Apply Mrs. James, Garth House, Taff's Well. 58863 House and Parlour Maids Wanted. WANTED, a good Housemaid.—State age, wages required, and reference, to Mrs. Melvin, Messrs. Howell Brothers, 20, Windsor- road. Penarth. 152h6 WANTED, a Maid for Nursery; do some housework; good needlewoman; tall; wages £ 15.—Write, giving age, references, to Mrs. Chas. Morris, Northumberland Lodge, Cathedral-road. Cardiff. 108hZ WANTED, good Head-Parlourmaid who TV Understands Valeting; two kept; a?e about 30; wages, £ 25-—P., Brj ntirion, Bridgend, Glamorgan. 27;;30 WANTED, a thoroughly good, experienced Housemaid; must have good references; wages, £ 18.—Mrs. Wade, Glangwilly, Ll'inpump- saint, Carmarthen. 23h4 WANTED at once, experienced House-Par- -lourmaid country wages £ 18.—Miss Justice. Csistleton, near Cardiff. 4992h3 WANTED, a House-Parlourmaid; expe- perienced. Also a Young Girl as House- maid.— Apply, stating wages, Mrs. Ward, Olasdir. Merthyr Tydfil. 4354s39 WANTED, House-Parlourmaid for Small Family in London Suburb.—Write, stating height and wages, with references, to Mrs. Emsley Carr, Cwrt-y-Vil, Penarth. 58367 Genorals Wanted. WANTED, experienced General Servant; 18th May; two in family; plain cooking; good references required.—Apply, after six p.m., 41. West bourne-road, Penarth. 19/116 "TJfRANTED, good strong Girl for Farmhouse — y » Apply Panta, Chepstow, Mon. 157h3 TWO General Servants Wanted; Welsh pre- ferred.—Apply to Mrs. Percival, Walcot Park, Lydbury North, Shropshire. 106h2 WANTED, a capable General; small family; no washing; good wages.—174, Newport- road. Cardiff. 101h5 WANTED, strong Country Girl; aged about 16.—Apply Thomas, 108 Richmond-road, Cardiff.. 961i2 WANTED, an experienced General; about 25; good plain cook and ironer; sood refe- rences required.—Apply i20, Richmond-road, Cardiff. 95h5 WANTED, good General Servant.—Apply, W with reference, 's6, Euthin-gardens, Catluys, Cardiff. 71s30 T^,[7ANTED. steady, capable General Servant VV for .small Family; family washing out; good situation for trustworthy servant.—7, West- bpurne-road. Penarth. dlh4 T*TANTED at once, a good Country Girl as Y\ Farm Servant Welsh preferred.—T..Tones, Contractor, Merthyr. 4952h3 WANTED, good General Servant; must have good references; good home to suitable girt -Apply Mrs. Morris, do, Albany-road, Car- diff. 4915hl 1717" ANTED, experienced General Servant; VV good plain cook.—Apply Mrs. Hall Norton, Westcross, Swansea. 4925111 I WANTED, experienced General Servant; able to cook well; help given.—Apply Mrs. Loane, 22, Bryngwyn-road, Clytha, Park, New- port. Mon. 4922hi GENERAL Wanted; experienced; early riser; no washing, cooking, or baking; two others kept; good wages to suitable girl.—Send refe- rences Mrs. Newell, College, Porthcawl. 4845s30 AN experienced General Sen-ant Wanted for London: wages £ 15.—Apply 4, St. Andrew's- crescent, Cardiff. 4848s30 WANTED, strong, respectable Girl as General; about 18; must have? good refe- rences £ 16; help kept -X, Farley's Library, Tenby 4836s30 =- female Serv^iiis Want Places. rpWO healthy Country Servants Disengaged; 1 plain cooking; wash, iron; £ 12 and £ 10. Number of Others, £ 6— £ 16; particulars free.- Select Country Agency, 9, Radnor-road, 'Canton, Cardiff. Stamp. 182h6 "\T|7"ANTED, Situation in Gentleman's Family Yr as Parlourmaid, or Housemaid; good refe- B., Marden, near Hereford. 87h4 i"\TOW Disengaged, good Cooks fdairy and xN baking); JE18 to £ 25; Mother's Helps. House. maids, Nurses, and Generals; £9 to £ 16; good- class Servants.—Mrs. Grahama Registry. 2, Frederick-street, Cardiff. 8?,h2 WANTED, Family's Washing; experienced Laundress; all hand work; one shilling per dozen; highest references.- A 46, Western Mail, Cardiff. 92h4 per dozen; highest references.- A 46, Western Mail, Cardiff. 92114 EXPERIENCED Cook Disengaged May 22nd; aged 26; 1 year 7 months excellent charac- ter; economical, good manager.-Ada., 92. St. Michael's-hill, Bristol. 73h4 "I^TANTED, Situation as Nurse or Maid in VV Gentleman's Ijjunily; practical needle- woman; good reference.-Apply Morgan, 5, St. Marie-street, Bridgend. 4013J ~TANTED, by thoroughly trustworthy Younf VV Person, Situation as Sewing Maid or Use- ful Companion; good knowledge of dress- making; please state salary, Ac.—Address B. Lewis, Post-oftice^Builth Wells. 21s20 LADIES Suited with all Classes of Servants; situations secured for servants; fee, Is.—j Miss Walters, 30, Page-street, Swansea. 4893hl AS General Servant; good plain ccojk; country girl; excellent character; low wages for comfortable situation.—Mrs. Coster, Somerset-place, Cwmavon. t 4838s30 SELECT Registry Office, Brynmill Post-office.- S Miss Jones has immediate Vacancies for good Cook-Generals, Ac. Ladies quickly suited. X7A.»d iBmnrenc truants. Laundresses Wanted. WANTED immediately, good Laundry maid; TT assistance given.—Reply, stating age, wages, experience, and address for character, Mrs. Stokes, St. Botolph's, Milford Haven. h3 u niafe Servants Wantea. WANTED, a smart Lad as Page 'Boy; inex- perienced.— Address A 65, Western Mail, Cardiff. 59083 ANTED, strong Lad for Garden, (Generally f f Useful Round Gentleman's Place; 10s. week; lodgings.—State full particulars Gar- dener. Dany, Crickhowell. 16323) OTRONG Young Man, Look After Kitchen O Garden, Pony and Trap, Make Himself Generally Useful; live in.—B. B., Western Mail, Swansea. 135h5 /GARDENER Required; willing drive out and UT generally useful; must understand flowers. -Age. references, wages required (indoors) A 55, Western Mail, Cardiff. 149h5 WANTED, Farm Labourer; to live indoors; 21 to 25 years of ags; must be experienced in all branches of farm work and good milker; good references necessary.—Apply Richards, Gwerna Ganol, Maesycwmmer. 41s30 jT^7"ANTED (indoors), a steady Man as Plain V? Gardener and Willing to Make Himself Generally Useful.—Apply, stating age. wages. and reference.-W. Powell, Esq., Chapel House, near Builth. 4945h3 Male Serv \nts Want piacns. SITUATION Wanted by Married Man to Look O After .'Kitchen Garden; no oojection to cows.—Address \V. Seaward, The Lodge, St. Lythan's. 195 h6 GARDENER (Disengaged); single-handed or G second in large establishment; ten years' experience; good references.-address A 62, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 180h6 WANTED, Situation as Groom-Gardener or Handy Man; thoroughly used to horses; plain gardening; willing to be useful; married; no encumbrance; abstainer; good references.— E. R., 162, Post-office, Pentre, Y,ti-ad. 179h6 WANTED, Situation as Groom; look after norse, small garden; ride, drive well; will- ing be useful; good reference.—Ealey, C) om- hail, Falfieid. 160h3 GARDENER (Head or good Single-handed); G atred 27; single; twelve years experience with vines, peaches, melons, tomatoes, indoor plants, fruits, ilowers, and vegetables.—A. Fish- pool, I.ydney Park-gardens. Gloucestershire. h5 GARDENER (Experienced).—Situation Wanted (married, two children); aged 43.—Address J. Wontner, Blosse-road, Liandaff Freehold, Car- diff. 127h2 AS Single-handed Gardener by steady, indus- trious Man; thorouginy understands vines, melons, cucumbers, tomatoes, fruit, flowers, and vegetables; good references; well recommended; married; two children; aged 30; kindly state wages.—T. Mitchell, Drewen Cottage, Wlieatfield Estate, Monmouth. &6h7 AS Gardener or Gardener and Generally Use- ful understands greenhouse, vines, etc.; married; age Jj.—John Hunt, 30, Beech-terrace, Ebbw Vale. 46s30 WANTED, Situation as Single-handed or Under-Gardener by loung Married Man; no objection to cow or pony.-Address W. Roberts, Marden Vicarage, Hereford. 25s30 WANTED, Situation as Gardener; under- stands vines, cucumbers, flowers, glass, and Kitchen garden; married; good character.— Address 8, Duke-street, Aberdare. 4943h3 WANTED, Situation to Look After Horse and Garden; good references.—E. Da vies, 15. Somerset-place, Cwmayon, Port Talbot. 4838s30 WANTED, Situation as Single-handed Gar- dener or Groom and Gardener.—H. Pitt, Brecon-road Nursery, Abergavenny. 4902hl SHEPHERD (experienced) Seeks Situation; and willing to do farm work, if required; rnar- ried.—Apply J. Fletcher, St. Fagan s, near Car- diff. 4823s30 WANTED, Situation as Groom by steady Younj Man; Cardiff preferred: highest reference.—Apply 13, Grosvenor-road, St. Paul's, Bristol. 4825s30 WANTED, Situation as Groom-Coachman; ride and drive single or pair; good refe- rence; married; no family; aged 29.—Apply Y 4, Western Mail Office, Cardiff. 4815s30 As Groom-Co lchman or Gardener; experienced (single, pair); understands vegetables, flowers, fruit; good rough carpenter; anything about gentleman's place; aged 39; married, no family; comfortjtble, quiet place desired.— Pi ease state full particulars and wages given Cfardener, 6, Eastbrook-terrace, Dinas Powis, Cardiff. 4842s30 WANTED, Situation as Head Gardoner (head working or otherwise); experienced; mar- ried, one child; aged 30.—Apply Mr. Congdon, Cwrt-y-Vil Lodge, Penarth. 58441 Ma", and Wife Wanted. ANTED, Man a.nd Wife—Man to Attend to Horses, Garden, &c.—Apply Williams, Llandaff Mills, near Cardiff. 59052 $)otel £ >frbants. Ferrale Servants Wanted. WANTED, experienced Young Lady as Bar- maid; enclose photo and all particulars. —B. C., Western Mail, Swansea. WAN i ED immediately, an experienced Com- mercial and Coffee Room Waitress; pantry maid kept.-Alipty Bush Hotel, Swan- Set. 202h6 (pHAMBERMAII) Waitress; also Cook-General; .i must have good references.—Phillips, Tre- sillian Temperance Hotel. Penarth-road, Car- diff. 187113 WANTED, a good PlairTCook.—Apply, stating salary, experience, and references, to Belle Vue hoteJ. Abpt-ystwyth. 156h3 G erat WANTED, strong Girl as General Servant.— Apply Housekeeper, Great Western Hotel, Cardiff. WANTED. Young Lady, of good appearance and address, for first-class family and com- mercial Hotel as Barmaid-Book-keeper, also Linen-keeper and to Assist Generally.—Enclose photos and ail particulars A 43. Western Mail, Cardiff. 89114 WANTED, Chambermaid.—Apply at cnc.e Mrs. McBryde, Castle Hotel, Swansea. s30 DARMAIDTThorougM)- trustworthy and re- -0 liable; must not be above or afraid of work.-Only those with good references need apply Victoria Hotel. Pontypridd. 74s30 WANTED at oncer Two General Servants^ Vt one for kitchen: wages £ 1 per month- Thomas, Royal Hotel, Tonypandy. 4940hl Female Servants Want Pla.cos. RE-ENGAGEMENT Desired as Barmaid: season JtA) hotel .preferred; disengaged second week in May.—Address E. Howell, Greyhound Hotel, A bergaVenny. _n 84h4 R'"E^EN«A\VEMEOT~Wanted in good BurTo? Bar-Housekeeper; experienced; .sjood refe- rences; age 27.-Apply Rees, 10, Garn-terrice, Blaenavon. 83114 MIDDLE Aged good Hotel Cook Seeks an EiT ivi gagement at once.-Emma, 34, Lanarth- street, Newport. 4856s30 Male Servants Wanted. "t^fANTED at once, smart Young Man~as VV Under-Boots; good references. — Apply Head Boots, Langland Bay Hotel, Mumbles, near Swansea. Male servants Want wa-j;s. OlJNG Man Seeks r Situation as "Barman; Y three years' experience; good references.— Address Williams. Post-office, Maesteg. 32s30 fjartrfersoips* WANTED, a. Young Gentleman fond of the country, who will Invest £ 500 in sheep, farming, Ac.: security given; good interest paid; comfortable home; hunting, shooting fishing to be had, with practical knowledge of farming.—Apply A 57, Western Mail, Cardiff. h3 PARTNER (sleeping) Wanted by established P Grocer and Ship Store Dealer, or would Give good Share of Profits to Any Shareholder in Ships Introducing Busmess.-A 36, Western Mail, Cardiff. 39s50 ANTED, active Working Partner in the Building Trade, near Port Talbot; able to give estimates, superintend sale of building materials, &c.; with or without cash.—Address A 30, Western Mail, Cardiff. 15h3 ENTLEMAN. varied experience, Wishes to Invest £ 1,000 in One or Two Businesses; active partner; confidential.—A' 14, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4908hl glgcnrtes, CraUeUeri?. &r. Travellers, AgentSf Ac., Wanted. REPRESENTATIVE Wanted for Engineer- R ing Works, to Travel South Wates and hoiicit Orders for Engines, Mortar Mills, General Machinery, Ac.—Address Energy, Western Mail, Newport. 201 ho AN energetic Man, with some spare time, is Wanted; a good and constant income is assured to suitable man.-Address A 44, Wes- tern Mail, 90h7 AGENTS on Commission Wanted for South A Wales to Sell English Condensed Milk; best value on the market; security.-A 42, Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. ggfig WANTED, traveller in T;mber~~and Stone VV Businesses; must know Glamorganshire and Monmouthshire.—State salary, references, &c.. A 39, Western Mail. Cardiff 58h4 WANTED, Repr £ sentatives~in~ Radnorshire and Mid-Wales, by Large Firm of Millers, for the Sale of Flour and Offals.-Apply, giving full purticu) n's as to eyperience and district covered, to A 28. Western Mail, Cardiff. a954 EXPERIENCED Traveller Wanted, with know. 12J ledge of Builders' Ironmongery, Builders' Materials.—Apply, with testimonials, stating wages expected, Box A 4, Western Mail. Car- diff. 4859s30 t 3geitcie$, atib CrabeUers* Travellers, Agents, &c., Wanted-Con. tinuedr EVENING Employment (outdoor) of a very -i-J remunerative and highly respectable character Can be Secured without outlay by active Man.-Address Box A 5, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4860s30 AGENTS Wanted to Sell Our China and Earthenware Tea and Breakfast Sets. Dinner Sets, Useful and Ornamental Crockery of Every Description.—Arthur J. Hull, Heath- cote Works, Longton Potteries. 4532d Clerks and iMaugrrs. Clerks and Managers Wanted. BUILDERS.—Junior Clerk Wanted, Cardiff; B experienced general routine; able to assist with books.—Reply, stating age, salary. A 60, Western Mail, Cardiff. 173h3 rj>HE South Wales and Monmouthshire Clerk? JL Association Ensures Members against Loss through Want of Employment, Sickness, Old Age. and Death, and Introduces to Employers, Free of Charge, Clerks of good Business Capa- city and Character. Every Clerk, whatever his position, should be a Member of the Associa- tion Send for particulars, Secretary, 1, Dock- Cbambers, Cardtif. 53315 CLERK (Junior); quick and accurate; know- c ledge of draper's counting-house pre- ferred; indoors,-Sta te all particulars Morgan and Co., The Hayes. Cardiff. 143h5 WANTED immediately. Traffic Inspector at TV Large Colliery in South Wales; must be active and reliable.—Write, stating age. pre- vious experience, and references, to A 54. Wes- tern Mail. Cardiff. 141h5 £-1.=-¡n income of 12s. 6d. to £1 per week cau <?</ be earned ill spare time (.r evenings by ftny n-rson able to wnte.-Proof sent free any- where to those sending addressed envelope to i' Smith and Co. (Dept, ;m, '79. St. Helen's-gardens, Nor h Kensington, London. W. L12663 Clerks and Managers Want Places. ENERGETIC Man Wants Place of Trust, Forage Dealers or Other Stores; good at accounts; excellent references.—A 64, Western Mail, Cardiff. 1891x3 accounts; excellent references.—A 64, Western Mail.Cardiff^ 1891x3 WANTED, by practical Accountant, Employ- ment tradesmen's books posted and balanced; good references.-Apply J. G., 99, Har- riet-street, Cardiff. lllh5 EXPERIENCED Clerk as Book-keeper and Ex Shorthand Correspondent; satisfactory leferences as to character and ability .-A 47, Western Mail, Cardiff. 99h5 YOUNG Lady De-sires Re-engagenient as Clerk.—A 35, Western Mail, Cardiff. 38h4 LADY Clerk, with three years' experience, Seeks Situation in Drapery or Other Busi- ness; Cardiff preferred.—Y 98, Western Mail. Cardiff. 48l0s30 ^l)op Assistants.. Shop Assistants Wanted. DRAPERY.—Lewis Lewis and Co., Drapers. D Swansea, have Vacancy for an experienced Young Man; Welsh; personal application pre- ferred. 207h3 ANTEI), i sinii-t Young Man Assistant for W the Tailoring and Mercery; live out; per- sonal application by appointment.—Jones Brothers. Bridgend. 196h2 C1YCLE Salesmen.—Wanted immediately, Two ) smart Assistants: must be cyclists, and have a good general knowledge of cycles.- Apply Cambria Cycles (Limited), Oxford-street, Swansea. 205116 Ij^ANCY Drapery.—Wanted, smart Young Lady; to livo out; must have home in Ca,rdiff.Apply Mamjent's, 20, Duke-street. 137h2 CLOTHING.—Lewis Lewis and Co., Swansea, C have Vacancies for Several experienced Young Men for Cardiff. 124h2 DRAPERY.—Lewis Lewis and Co., Swansea, have Vacancies for Several experienced Young Men for London. 125h2 "IT'URNITURE.—Wanted, experienced SaleF JL man; one used to hire trade preferred.— Applv stating wages, references, Roath Furnish- ing Company, 42, Castle-road, Cardiff. 59s30 WANTED at once, a smart Assistant; must be well up in provisions; outdoors.— Apply, with full particulars. Manager, Star Tea Company (Limited), Llanelly. 72s30 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately. -,iw. exttt. rienced Young Man; good window dresser; Welsh.—W. Da vies. Cloth Hall, Cardigan^ 31"!3G OUTFITTING and Boots.—Stephens and Co., 0 Hay, Require a Young Man for a Month; accustomed to an agricultural town. State par- ticulars. 48s30 GENERAL Drapery.—Wanted, thoroughly experienced Hand. Also good Second; serve through; window dresser; Welsh.— Itandell and Sons, London House, Llanelly. h3 HOUSE Furnishing.—Trapnell and Gane have -LJ- a Vacancy for an Improver; one with some knowledge of. carpet and soft goods preferred.— 41. Queen-street, Cardiff. 4R79hl IRONMONGERY^Assistant- Wanted: able to I Manage branch shop.-State o irticnlars to J. G. Morgan, Carmarthen. 4803s30_ GROCERY.—Wanted, Two smart Juniors; in- doors must be trustworthy.—State age and salary. Knoyle, Llanelly. 4304-30 Shop Assistants Want Places. GROCERY.—Advertiser Seeks Re-engagement G as First-, good Second, or Traveller; 11 years' experience; good references.—Fynn, Coity-.trcet, Bridgend, Glamorganshire. 4800s30 Milliners and Dressmakers Wanted. WANTED immediately, competent Bodice Hand; must be accustomed to good class trade.—Apply, with full particulars. Phillips, Brook Villa. Bridgend. 4960h2 MILLINERS.—Wanted, thoroughly good Mil- IVi- liner; able to serve: Welsh.—Apply, with full particulars. W. Morgan and Co., Emporium, t'entre. Pontypridd. 194h6 MILLINERY.—Wanted at one-. an experienced U- First Hand Milliner.-Apply, with full par- ticulars, Williams, Draper, Puntypool. 10)h5 DRESSMAKER^.—Wanted, First Hand Dress- D maker for Medium-class Trade.—Apply to Edward Gould and Co., Drapers. Barry. 4938hl MILLINER.—Wanted, stylish Milliner for 1: Medium-class Trade.—Apply to Edward Gould and Co., Drapers. Barfly. 4937hl ifcltsfrtlaneaus ^tuiations- Situations Vacant. RINTERS.—Wanted. LadTwith little expe- P rience at Case; Welsh-English preferred.— Apply "Echo" Offices, Fishguard. 165s3J ELECTRICAL Engineering—Messrs. Sydney F. Walker and Co.' have a Vacancy for Articled Pupil.- Cardiff Electrical Works, Severn-road, Cardiff. 167h6 COACH Bodyjhaker.—Wanted. Young Man Used to Brougham and Landau Work, for London Shop.—Apply Harris, 72, Haven-lane, Ealing. 75s30 WANTED, good Sawyer; must be able to con- W vert English lumber well.-State last place, age, wages, reference, A 46, Western Mail, Car- diff. 55s30 WANTED, Bath-stone Banker Masons, Fixers^ W and Wallers; wages 9d. per hour; no dispute.—Apply Foreman. New Church of St. Matthew, Chapel-Allerton, Leeds. 59014 WANTEDTTWO Non Union Iron Moulders! thoroughly used to working wheel mould- ing machines.—Apply Stothert and i'itt (Ltd.), Bath. 59008 Situations Wanted. fl^O Confectioners.—Situation Wanted at. Sea- 1 side T,'jwn for Seasoll; well up smalls, pastry, hot plate.—Evans, k, Wind-street, Aber- dare. 193h6 B- UTCHERSi—YouthTl6>rwell up in shop work] Desires Situation where he can have seme experience in Slaughtering; well recommended. —E. G., 12, Caroline-street, Bridgend. 159h3 CARPENTER and Joiner.—Young Man Wantp Employment; understands painting and glazing; excellent character; moderate wages for constancy.—A 49, Western j.«iail, Cardiff. h5 BAKERS and Confectioners.—Thoroughly re- liable, all-round Hand Requires Situation —Baker. 63. Castle-street. Abergavenny. I?s30 ENGINE Fitter (Non-Society), good character. Wants Employment.—A 33, Western Mail, Cardiff. 34s3C OOD Turning, Every Description; stair YV newels and balusters, table legs, jrangle rollers, skittle balls, &c.—Gleeson, 17, Moon- street. Roath, _Cardiff. 4986h3 HonsE Repairing and Alterations in all -Ll Branches, Shop and Offlcg Fittings, Green- houses, Ac-, promptly and efficiently executed at moderate charges; estimates given.—Lock and Charles, Croft-street. Roath. Cardiff. 4880hl -DUTCHERS.—A Young Man, aged 20. Seeks a B Situation Second Shop and Slaughter- house; well up in small goods; good references. -A. Lougher, Wick, near Bridgend. 4831s30 Apartments* Apartments Wanted. APARTMENTS.—Bath and WTest of England Show Week.—Messrs. Bailey and Oilier, if 24, Duke-street, Cardiff, have been Appointed by the Committee to Conduct an Official Registry of Available Apartments. Those having Room < to Let should Communicate with Messrs. Bail-jy and Giller at once. Registration Fee, Is. 6d. h6 G-ENTLEMAN Requires Conifortobie~2< ffday Apartments 111 Western Counties.—Write particulars, stamp reply, G., c/o. Prust, 50. Moor- gate-street. London. 164116 Apartments to Let. PENARTH.—Well-furnished, pleasant Sitting- room, One or More Bedrooms, With or 'Without Board; close to station.—16, Windsor- I terrace. 17oh6 Apartments* Apartments to Let-Continued. OQ Charles-street.—Superior Apartments good OO, cooking; punctuality; central for all stations; trams; moderate terms. 169h6 FURNISHED Apartments to Let for a, Term or Weekly; healthy situation; south aspect; good lawns and garden.—Mrs. Tucker, Park Villa, Caswell Bay Hill, near Mumbles. h5 QQ Llanbleddian-gardens, Cardiff.—Well-fur- OO, nished Front Sitting-room, One or More Bedrooms; baths; good locality; central; good cooking and attendance. 190h6 ABERDOVEY, North Wales.—Comfortable Apartments; pleasantly situated, facing sea; golf.-Apply Miss Jones, Highcliffe. 138h2 rpWO superior Rooms, with bath, Unfur X nished.—31, King's-road, Cardiff. _144h2 COMFORTABLE Apartments; suit single gentleman; front sitting and bedroom; hot ana cold bath.—80, Plasturton-avenue, Car- diff. 36h4 WELL Furnished Apartments for Gentleman; five minutes from Queen-street; all con- veniences no children; moderate terms.—19, Glynrhondda-street, Cardiff. 4976h3 FIRST Class Apartments.—Well-furnished Sit- ting-room, One or More Bedrooms; with or without board: close to town and stations.—9, Park-place, Cardiff. 4903hl hp WO nicely Furnished Rooms, as Sitting-room JL and Bedroom, 7s.. clear; 'bus passes door; no children or lodgers.—41, Portmanmoor-road, Cardiff. 4877hl no chilctren or lodgers.-41, Portmamnoor-road, Cardiff. 4877hl COMFORTABLE Furnished Apartments to Let C for One or Two Gentlemen; near trams; no children.—19, Rawden-place, Canton. Car- diff. 4875hl PENARTH.—Lansdowne Private Hotel; exten- P sive Channel view; superior accommoda- tion; moderate charges; special terms to per- -nent boarders. 2803d premises* Dwelling-houses Wanted. NEWPORT. Mon.—Wanted, a House, £ 40 to £ 45: rent or purchase.—Address F J., at Locke's Advertising Offices. Newport, Mon. h5 T LANISHEN.—Wanted. to Purchase a Villa L Residence (Semi-detached not objected to), with good-sized living rooms and 5 or 6 bed- rooms; but must be on the hill; possession would be required not later than the end of August.—William Smith, 7, Clive-place, Pen- arth. 120h5 \\TANTED, to Purcha.se Dwelling-house in the VV neighbourhood of Richards-terrace, Roath: good back essential.—Address A 52, Western Mail, Cardiff. 121h2 "Y/\7"ANTED, Cottage or Small Villa.- two VV sitting-rooms, four bedrooms, and garden; country; seaside; near Penarth preferred; must be cheap.—A 51, Western Mail. Cardiff. h2 ANTED, on RentairSmali Villa, wiThba'.h. about Radyr or Penarth.—Send par- ticulars Glansevin House, St Marun's-road, Caerphil ly. 110h5 EESIDENCE, with Pleasure Grounds and 1 Stabling; Penarth or within four mi'.cs of Cardiff.-Gottwaltz, Bowring, and Perry, High- street, Cardiff. 52h4 WANTED, Cottage or Small Villa; four bed- rooms, two sitting rooms, and garden; country: seaside; near Penarth; rent not more than £ 8 or jBlO per year.—Y 60, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4834h3 Dwclllngr-houses to be Let. CLIFTON Lodge, Cathedral-road. Cardiff C (Residence of Louis Tylor, Esq.).—To be Let (Furnished) or Sold, this most desirable Family Residence.—For full particulars apply S. Hern and Pertwee, Auctioneers. Cardiff. 178s30 PENCOED.—To Let (immediate possession) 'or P for Sale. near Bridgend, seven minutes from railway station, commodious Family Resi- dence, grounds of about,21 acres; three recep- tion-rooms, six bedrooms, excellent domestic offices; stabling, &c., for three horses; large garden, vinery (48fu. !ong>. 'ana conservator) grounds well laid out.-Apply W. Sanders and Sons, 28, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 186etc INVERNESS Place.—Modem Villa Residence; I six* bedrooms; with stabling and work- shops if necessary.—Seel and Isaac, Theatre Roval-chambers, Cardiff. 171h6 MESSRS. Morgan Morgan and Duchesne, High- street, Cardiff, have the following Houses to Let:—Newport-road: 2 reception-rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath', -Ac. ■. £ 33 -.Ll ^ifair-ro-vi; 2 re- ception-rooms, 4 bedrooms, bath, Ac.; lis. Cowbridge-road; 2 reception-rooms, 3 bedrooms, bath, Ac.; 10s. King's-road: 2 reception-rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath. &c.; 11s. Romilly-road; 2 reception-rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath, Sc.; 10s. Brook-street: recepiion-rooms, 3 bedrooms, bath, &c.; 11s. TreveI lick-street: 2 reception- rooms, 3 bedrooms, br lh, \:c.: 9s. Pembroke- road: 2 receptum-roo ( 3, 3 bedrooms; 8s. Lin- coln-street 2 r«ceptic 1 roo) is. 3 bedrooms; 7s. Herbert-street: Doub t 1 fri nted Four-storey Shop; £ 52. Pembroke-niad: Corner Shop; good district; 12s- 6d. Bute-street: Large Cellars and Office. And Various Other Properties on appli- cation. 122h5 Ii^FRRYSlDE.—To Let. 26, iQrigstocke-terrace] a very convenient Hous-e, with good coal- house_and w.c.—Apply at tha Post-office. i48h2 TO be Let, for Three Months or Less, a Fully- furnished House, terms moderate; acces- sible from Swansea, Cardiff, and Newport; con- taining eight bed and three reception rooms. hath, and usual offices, togethw with stabling (3 horses), coach-house, &c.; good kitchen garden and grassland in the healthiest of situations; fishing in the famous River Towy and good trout stream passing through estate. The residence commands a beautiful and wide panorama of the adjacent country; good mixed shooting over 1,200 acres. This offers excep- tional advantages to a family in search of health, sport, and country life.-Apply Williams, Post-office, Risca, Mon. 4778etc WESTON-SUPER-MARE. Xicel^furnished W House to be Let, for Long or fehoit Period. —Apply Cross, House Agent, Westcn-euper-.tfare. 77 h4 TO Let (Furnished), Farm-house for Summer or Less, from Hay; seven rooms; one mile from Aberayron, sea. and church; lovely coach drive from Lampeter.—Griffiths, Ael-y-bryn, Neath. s7h2 pbUNTRY House (Freehold). Maindy, near vy Cardiff; vacant end June; large garden; to Let or S ill —Apply Flint, Custom House- street, Cardiff. a966 LARGE Furnished Residence, St. Andrew's Rectory; conveniently near station; pleasantly situated; for Three to Six Mcnths; stabling.—Gottwaltz, Bowring, and Perry, 11, High-street, Cardiff. 33h4 QTOKE Bishop, near Clifton, Bristol.—To be O Let, a charmingly-situated Dctached Family Residence on the Borders of the far- fanied Durdham Downs, near the meets of the Berkeley Hunt and close to golf links, approached by a carriage drive, standing in its own well-laid-out grounds of about 41 acres, and within easy distance of two railway sta- tions and 11 mile from Clifton College; afford- ing excellent accommodation; capital stabling, replete with every convenience, and first-class cottage for coachman or gardener.—Rent, full particulars, and orders to view of Smith and Co., 13, St. Augustine s-parade, Bristol. 59043 P 4 Claude-road, Roath, to Let; •ental, £ 35; Ot or would sell; in thorough repair through- out.—Apply 44, Claude-road. ✓ 35h4 PARK Lane, Aberdare.—Small Semi-detached Villa to Let; stable and coach-house if required.—Apply David Hughes, Park-lane. h3 required.—Apply David Hughes, Park-lane. h3 LODGING House to Let; also ditto a»id Shop; L central position; near station, wells, and post-omce.—J. Page, Llanarindod Wells. 4958h3 TO Let, 31, South Church-street; rent, 8s. 6d. per week.—Apply R. Langniaid, 157, New- port-road, Cardiff. 4892hl EIGHT Roomed Seini-detached Villa to Let; four bedrooms, two pantries, boxroom, cellar, lumber-room; ground for stable and coach-house.—Apply Rev. T. J. Hughes, Maesy- cwmmer, Cardiff. 43391il_ PEN"A1?THr Property Register of Houses I P (Furnished or Unfurnished). Shops, and Apartments, apply Edmunds, Estate Agent, Windsor-chambers, Penarth. 4929hl PENARTH.—To Let, 1, Belle Yue-terrace; p good repair; rent 12s. 6d. inclusive: key next door.—Apply 35, The Walk, Cardiff. 4847s30 MR. J. Richard Thomas, Auctioneer, Andrews-buildings, Queen-street, Cardiff, Has Several Furnished Houses to Let in the Country, within about five to six miles of Car- diff, with Stabling, Paddocks, Ac.; also near to stations. a952 MAGOR.—Seven-roomed House, Garden, IV-L Orchard, and Meadow, altogether 1 acre, 34 perches; JE20 a year: taxes additional, about £3; early possession.—Morgan and Scott, Solici- tors, Cardiff. 4907hl npO Let, from June 24th Next. No. 45, Oakfield- -L street; good garden and stable; rent C40 per year.—Apply Win. Ware and Williams, 5. Charles-street, Cardiff. 4911hl rpO Let, Two Large Houses, Nos. 38 and 39, J- Tyndall-street, suitable for Warehouses: on yearly tenancy or lease to a substantial1 tenant.—Apply to Wm. Ware and Williams, 5 CharlM-street. Carding t 49101il TO Let. 2. Gordon-road; 12 rooms.—Apply 7, Senghennydd-place, Cardiff. 4883hl PENARTH and Porthcawl.—Powell and Go. P have several Furnished Residences to Let; good situations; reasonable terms.—Apply Borough-chambers. Cardiff. 4813.-30 -I PENINSULA of Gower.—To Let. during P Summer Mouths, charming Furuisbet) Residence, pleasantly situated, and alYMd- ing picturesque scenery; excellent sea fishing.— Apply Blennerhassett. Crickhowell. C9007 PENDINE, near Tenby.—To Let. Semi-detached JL Villa; comfortably furnished; sp'end'd seal view and sands; moderate terms.—Apply David, Laugharne, St, Clear's. 4&02s30 THE South Wales. Monmouthshire l'voa-rtv Register for April Free on Applica- tion or Post.—Hern ami Pertwee, House A^ems. Auctioneers. Valuers. Ac.. Cardiff. 28R13 Dwelling-houses to bo Sold. CENTRE of Barry.—Eight-roomed House and Stable for Sale; large garden at rear; frontage 50t't.; depth 300ft.; exceptional oppor- j tunity; ground rent, £ 6.—A SI, Western iVail, ] Cardiff. 19s30 premises* Dwelling-houses to be Sold-Continued. PORTHCAWL.—For Sale, all those Two desir- p able Residences, known as "Plastirion,' situate on the Esplanade, and "Jersey Villa," situate in John-street.—For further particulars as to these leasehold properties apply to Edwin Fh:1 !ips,_Esq., Taff Villa, Pontypridd. 13h3 FOR Sale, neighbourhood Tredegarville, House; 7 bed and 2 reception rooms, Ac.; pleasant situation.—Apply A 23, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4964hZ F AIRWATER Grove, Ll andaff .-For Sale. Two well-built Houses; ground rent, C2 17s. 6d. each; cheap to immediate purchaser.—Apply Messrs. Linton and C. Snd W. Kenshole, 19. High- street, Cardiff. 4317s30 FOR Sale. by Tlessrs. BAILEY and~GILl.ER~ Auctioneers and House Agents, Cardiff: — Elmwood, Gold Tops, Newport; an excellent property; very moderate price. Several Villas in Plasturton-avenue. Several Residences in Cathedral-road, at various prices. Houses and Shops in Crwys-road. Four Cottages in Manor-street, The Heatli. Residences in Newport-road. Residences in Dyfrig-street, Kyvielog-street, and Berthwin-street, Llanishen, Stacey-road, The Parade. Colum-road, St. Andrew's-crescent, Dinas Powis, Albany-road, Mackintosh-place. Cottage Property.-Llanelly-street, Saltmead- road, Lionel-road, System-street, Liandaff Yard, Glenroy-street. Penrhiwcyber, Aber- dovey-street. Windsor-road, Strathnairn- street. Miskin-street. Portmanmoor-i oad; Pen- arth, Barry, Treherbert-street, Cairns-street. To Let. Shop and Bakehouse, with Dwelling Accommodation, in Bute-road; moderate rental.. Full Particulars on application at Offices. 24, Duke-street, Cardiff. &742 Business Premises Wanted. PONTYPRIDD.—House and Shop Wanted in P good business ktreet.-State yearly rental, ground rent, and full particulars t.o P 66, Wes- tern Mail. Cardiff. 3745 Business Premises to be Let. DORT Talbot.—Large and Commodious JL Bh9PS (every convenience) to Let; con- venient for station.—Full particulars of Powell and Cooke, Auctioneers, Port Talbot. 58996 I HOUSE and Shop, suitable for grocer, baker, stationer and tobacconist grocery busi- ness for many yeais: good cellarage.—Corner, Agate-street and Pearl-street, Cardiff. 60h4 AMMAN Valley.—Rare opportunity. Double- fronted Shop and Dwelling-house; large garden, &c.; best position in the valley; situated near new colliery with daily output of 400 tons, on increase; rent very low; immediate posses- sion; suit bookseller, boot trade, &c.; no oppo- sition.—Apply Jeffreys, Butcher, Garnant P.S.C). 198.)0 TO Let, House and Shop: best position in Castle-road; No. 104; good living accommo- dation.—Apply 85, Albany-road, Cardiff. 33h4_ TO Let, shortly. Shop and Premises, No. 56, High-street, Newport (corner of station approach), at present occupied by Mr. Duckham, Butcher.—Apply M. T., Box 17. Post-office. New- port. 4991h3 CAPITAL Business l-remises tw Let in the C busy thoroughfare of Stokes-Croft, Bristol. —Particulars Mrs. Tucker; St. Stephen-street, Bristol. 4950h3 TO Let, House and Shop '.singly or both toge- ther) at 17 and 17a, Castle-street, Merthyr. —Apply Davids, Templeton House, Merthyr. s3'J mo Let. a Yard (90ft. by 75ft.). and a Spacious J. Room (71ft. by 24ift. by 12HU, at the Liberal Club, Neath.-Tenders for both or either to be sent by 7th May, 1898, Secretary, Liberal Club Co.. Neath. 4803s30 SHOPS and Dwelling-houses; dry cellars; Moira-terrace.—Apply H. G. Farrell. 1, Arcade-chambers, -St. John's-square, Cardiff. -C_C. 4311d Offices to Let. O" FFICES to Let. in good position in St. Mary- street; electric lighted and heated by steam; moderate rents.-ATlply J. P. Jones, Richards, and Budgen, 14, Western Mail-cham- bers. Cardiff- 52150 ESTERN MAIL-CHAMBERS.—Offices to f f Let, in Suites of Two, Four, or Six Rooms, on Each Floor-—Apply to Mr. E. H. Crafter, Western Mail Office. Cardiff. 60076 i.anU, I Building Land. TO Investors.—Freehold Building Land for Sale, Newport, Mon.—about 7 Acres; neighbourhood of Lysaght and Co.'s new works, close to junction of new East Usk Railway with the G.W.R.; suitable for good-class workmen's houses; frontage to two roads; corporation gas and water available; good sewerage.—Apply F. R. Bates. Architect, 26, Westgate-chambers, Newport, Mon. • 4919hl rpo Capitalists and Builders.—Land to Let, X Newport, Mon.; suitable for commercial purposes: siding accommodation off the G.W.R. Also Sites for Dwelling-houses; corporation gas and water available; good sewerage.—Apply F. R. Bates, Newport, Mon. 4920hl :t3ubllr:lJOIH5f5 ani) businesses Public-houses for Disposal. rpO Let, immediate possession, that Well-known JL Hotel, the Witchell Hotel, Cadoxton; gcod; opportunity for pushing man.—Apply for terms to Wm. Hancock and Co. (Limited). Cardiff. h8 TO Let, small Hotel (West Coast); good all T year round connection; modern furniture and fittings; guaranteed thoroughly sound and profitable investment; contains three bars, billiard-room, restaurant,* most pleasantly situated; 5 years' lease; price £ 1.000; part re- main on; rent, £ 100.—Apply Bower, 15, Thorn- ton-road, Bradford. 153s33 IT^REE Country Hotel: principal in district; Jf great summer visitors' calling house; also 60 acres grass land; last tenant made fortune; exceptional references required; applicant should understand rearing of stock and organis- ing sports.—Powell and Cooke. Bridgend. 15Rh6 LARGE Double-licensed Hotel; skittle alley, club-room, stables; good spirit trade; improving; barrelage close three; rare chance for good man ingoing, dElOO.—Poweil and Cooke, Auctioneers, Bridgend. 158h6 TO Let. the Rock and Fountain. Beerhouse, Blaenavon.—Apply 'Arnold, Perrett. and Co. (Ltd.), Hereford. 59C69 mo be Let, the Lamb and Flag Inn, Waunar- JL lwydd. Gowerton.—Apply Buckley's Brewery (Limited), Llanellj^ 59C60 (Limited), Llanellj^ 59C60 GENUINE Money-making Beerhouse; pleasant suburb Bristol; paying brewers nearly JL;70 monthly for beers; nice grass plot rear of house: large garden, greenhouse, fowl runs: exceptional opportunity tor anyone desiring thorough good money-making business; incom- ing £ 350.—Apply Tebbs, Valuer, 93, City-road, Bristol. 146h5 £1,500 Cash.—Commanding Corner Hotel Pub- lie (Gloucestershire); large garden, green- houses; splendid enclosed cycling ground; pavilion; refreshment bars, &c.; profits esti- mated £ 15 weekly.—Tebbs, Hotel Valuer, 93, City-road, Bristol. 46h4 £ 750-Fully-licensed House, Bristol; free everything except draught beers; takings £ 33 v.eekly: respectable trade; last tenant 21 years.—Tebbs. 46h4 £ 160 Cash.-Fully-licensed House; respectable part of Bristol; dting nice, comfortable living trade; suit beginners admirably.—Apply to Tebbs. 46h4 TTTLLAGE Beerhouse; just outside Bristol; V genuine living trade; garden, stabling, outhouse; bargain for £ 85; illness cause dis- posal.—Apply Tebbs, Bristol. 461i4 RESPECTABLE and genuine Beerhouse; busy main thoroughfare, Bristol; comfortable living trade, easily managed; will accept £ 90; cheap busmess.-Apply Tebbs. 46h4 TO be Sold,' tile Unexpired Lease of Three Years of the Star Hotel, Aberkenfig; doing good trade; ingoing low.—For particulars, apply Proprietor, Star Hotel, Aberkenfig. Zi:h4 "j^EATH.—To Let. Fuiiy-iicensed Public-house; i.\ central position; fine bars; convivial or billiard-room; ample accommodation.—Apply W. Harry Rees and Son, Auctioneers. Neath. s39 Businesses Wanted. WHOLESALE Wine and Spirit Business; must be sound and ^well-established; fair terms offered.—Y 97, Western Mail, Cardiff. s30 Businesses for Disposal. COAL Business; West of England; proprietor dead; waterside stores; close to rail; 1,200 tons annually; rent, 151; capital, £ 500.—Early application to E. W. Tupman, Southernhay, Exeter. 113h2 COOK Shop, Lodging-house for Sale; best posi- c tion in the North, at Palmer's Shipyard Gate, Dry Dock, and River Trafltc; good oppor- tunity for sea captain; doing good trade; reason for leaving, failing health: part of pur- chase money can be left on mortgage.—9. Eili- son-place, Jarrow-on-Tyne. 112h5 WESTON-SUPER-MARE! — Genuine Green- TT grocery Business for Sale; capital posi- tion; ingoing £ 90; rent, £35; good letting neigh- bourhood.-Apply Cross, Auctioneer, Weston- super-Mare. 7Ch4 /^OFFEE Tavern an/1 Refreshments: one of Vy busiest streets Bristol; always done large trade; profits estimated over L5 weekly: closed Sundays, incoming for all fixtures, fittings, utensils, and some furniture £ 150.—Apply Tebbs, Valuer, City-road, Bristol. 451i4 COFFEE Refreshment Business, Bristol; estab- C lished 50 years; thoroughly genuine con- cern; profits 70s weekly; incoming £ 95; well worth attention.—Apply Tebbs. 45h4 KEFRE8HMENTS, Tea, Coffee; Bristol; coin- R, fortable living for three persons; valuable inventory and possession for £55; worth £ 109.— Apply Tebbs. 451i4 DIMNG-rooms, centre of Bristol; doing genuine, profitable, easily managed trade; splendidly furnished; everything as it stands, £ 300.—Tebbs, Bristol. '15114 GROCERY and Provisione; commanding and G attractive corner premises, Bristol; takings about £ 20 weekly; incoming £ 85 and stock.— Apply Tebbs. Bristol.. 45h4 $3u!)Itr4u)uses an]) businesses Businesses for Disposal-Continued. CIGAJfS and Tobacconist; main thoroughfare J Bristol; taking £ 14 weekly; present tenant nine years: incoming -685 and stock.—Apply Tebbs, Bristol. 45h4 DAIRY, Confectionery, Cooked Ham; attrac- tive business; main suburban thorough- fare Bristol; yard, stabling; incoming, L75 and stock, about £ 20.—Apply Tebbs. d5l14 BAKING Business; centre of Bristol; estab- lished many years; trade, 14 sacks weekly; bargain for CZOO; illness cause disposal.—Apply Tebbs, Bristol. 45M COFFEE Refreshment Business, principal street, Monmouth, for immediate disposal; proprietor leaving ill-health; terms moderate- Adams. 22, Restaurant, Monnow-street, Mon- mouth. 4949hl0 fpHOROUGHLY genuine paying and improving I. Business; excellent position; best street Cardiff; long lease; low rent; good living accommodation; will bear strictest investiga- tion; about X,500 required.-A 10, Western Mail, Cardiff. s30 GROCERY Business (off licence), Cardiff; old- established. profitable concern; good; trade; large corner premises.-Powell and Co., Borough-chambers, Cardiff. 4,4s30 FOR Sale, as a going concern, a Dairy and Restaurant Business in SL Mary-street, Cardiff; excellent position, and very con- venient, well-fitted premises; incoming low; good, profitable business to be done.-Full par- ticulars may be obtained on application to Gottwaltz, Bowring, and Perry, Auctioneers, Cardiff. a921 THE well-known "Cymru Fydd" Hotel and Restaurant Business, 134, Queen-street, Car- T Restaurant Business, 134, Queen-street. Car- diff; 13 beds; splendid position; close to Taff Vale and Rhymney Stations; good general business.—Particulars apply Gottwaltz, Bow- ring, and Perry, 11, High-street, Cardiff. 4642h4 iHistellaneoiis. Miscellaneous Wants. WANTED, for Export, Ladies'. Gents. and Children's Left-off Wearing Apparel. Linen. Carpets, Furniture, &c.; ladies and gentlemen waited upon in town and country.— Mrs. Raatz, 29, Waterloo-street, Swansea. [202h6 L. EFT-OFF Clothes.—Mrs. Roddy. 9, Sandon- L street, Newtown, Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel, Ac. -All orders punctually attended to in town or country. Good prices given. 504 LADIES' and Gentlemen's Wardrobes Bought. Town or Country.—Orders promptly attended to by Mr. or Mrs. S. Beer, 30, Caroiine- stteet. Cardiff. Established 1864. 68527d LaDIi.s Gentlemen's, and Children's Ward- robes Bought. Orders attended to, town or country.—Mr. or Mrs. S. L. Green, Dumfries House. 32, Caroline-street. Cardiff. 52000 ANY Quantities of Second-hand Furniture Bought; cash at once; strictly private transactions.—Apply Cyril Second-hand Furni- ture Stores, 12, Broadway, Cardiff. 94h5 MRS. M'Allister, 13, Great Frederick-street, Cardiff, Purchaser of Ladies', Gentlemen's, and Children's Left-off Clothing; best price given. 56h4 C- ,LOTHING.-Ladies', Gentlemen s, Children's C Left-off Clothing Bought.—Mrs. Bryant, 61, Castle-road, Cardiff. Best prices. Orders punc- tually attended to. 4972h3 CLOTHING.—Ladies', Gentlemen's, Children's, C Left-off Clothing" Bought.—Mrs. Andrews, 28. Thompson-street. Barry Dock. Best prices. Orders punctually attended to. 4891d CLOTHING.—Ladies', Gentlemen's, Children's C Left-off Clothing Bought.-Mrs. Rich, 73, Castle-road, Cardiff. Best prices. Orders punc- tually attended to. 4869s30 Miscellaneous Sales. IS Your Watch Wr ng? The Best and 1 Cheapest Shop in Cardiff for the Repair ot Watches of every description, English or Foreign, is 38, Castle Arcade (third shop from Castle-street), by James Keir, for ten years with Mr Spiridion. Clocks and Music Boxes Cleaned and Repaired. e4209 COLLIERY Properties—Steam and Bituminous C (best description); Swansea district; partly developed.—Further particulars address A 56, Western Mail. Cardiff. 150h5 STRUCTURAL Ironwork, Iron Roofs, Built 0 Girders, Points and Crossings, Galvanised Tron Buildings. Plans and -estimates noon receipt of particulars.—Rees and Kirby, Tlrpenry Engineering Works, Morriston. 65h4_ C^IOAL.—Best House Coal, 18s. per ton, J delivered; cash with orders.—Poole Bros., 106, Exchange, Cardiff. j4h4- BARGAINS. — Gentlemen's superior make Brown Cowhide Gladstone Bag; steel frame; large size; cost 38s. 6d.; take 18s. 6d. Black Leather Portmanteau, 27-inch; cost 25s.; take 10s. 6d. Both equal new; unsoiled; cash reeded; a^iroval.—Dawkins, Locke's Advertis- ing Offices, Newport. 4857s30_ ASTROLOGY.—Your Future Foretold—Mar- ASTROLOGY.—Your Future Foretold—Mar- riage, Children, Changes in Circumstances, Journeys. Legacies. Ac.—Send date of birth, 12 stamps, and stamped envelope, Mr. Cole. 30, Cheltenham-place, Brighton, Sussex. 4970h3 GREAT Sacrifice.—Owner offers Two Pairs of heavy Sheets and Four beautifully-frilled Pillow Cases; new: never used; worth £ 2 10s.; accept 21s.; approval free.-Address A 20. Wes- tern Mail, Cardiff. 495:j1i3 "II/fASSIVE Silver-plated Salver.—Clergyman's Jvx wife offers Electro Silver Tea Tray, 24 inches long: exceptionally handsome; beauti- fully chased; unsoiled value zEl2 10s.; accept 50s.; approval free.-Address A 19, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4955h3 IRISH Table Linen.—Owner, leaving town, J. offers Three lovely Satin Damask Table- cloths, 91 yards long, and 12 Serviettes, for 30s.; worth F,3 15s.; new; approval.-Write A 18. Wes- tern Mail. Cardiff. 4955ho MONEY Urgent.—Owner, wanting money, offers 10-guinea Walnut Cabinet, contain- ing 12 pairs of fish knives and forks, sterling silver-mounted, Hall-marked; new; approval free.—Address A 17. Western Mail, Cardiff. h3_ CURE for Pile:—Perfect Cure Guaranteed in C most stubborn cases; post free, 2, 9d.. 4s. 6d.—La Trobe, Chemist, St. Michael's-hill, Bristol. ^509h2_ GARDEN Netting (best tanned) for Fruit Trees. Seed Beds. Tennis Lawn Fence, Ac.; two, three, four, and eight yards wide, Id. per squ ire yard; carriage paid. Also Sheep Rabbit, and Sporting Netting.—E. Parnall and Co.. Net- ting Works, Beciminster, BristoL 4362sjp (CATERERS.—Suitable Teas, per lb., in 201b. J Caddies—Tea Dust, 9id.; Broken Tea. 9 £ d.; Choice Semi-leaf, ls. Id. Sample, stamp.— Select Ceylon Tea Agency, 39, Lime-street, Lon- don. 4368d TICKETS, in Rolls of 1.000 each. for Bazaars. T Concerts, &c., is. 3d., postage 3d.—Western Mail Limited. Cardiff. 50430 rpOBAOCONISTS Commencing.—See IIlus- JL trated Guide (259 pages). 3d.—Tobacconists' Outfitting Cj npany, 186. Euston-road, London. Hairdressers Fitted. Manager. Hy. Myers. 2831d >XiVh.TtK Plants l-.ntirid Market, Wheeler's Im- perial and Drumheads 2s. 6d. per 1,000. Early Offenhani and red pickling 3s per 1,000. H. Mason, Plant Grower. Withington, Hereford. 58003 ARLOUR Games, is., post free; Obstaclo P Race. Quoits. Japanese Billiards. Chinese Bagatelle, and the Latest Novelty, "The Penalty Kick" Table Football.—Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. 50430 FIVE Hundred Thick Buff Copying Sheets, extra strong; specially adapted for type written letters; letter-size. 29.; foolscap, 2s fd, —Stationery Department. Western Mail. Car- diff. 50430 THE Best Selected Stock of Perambulators and Go-Carts Now on Show at prices to suit all buyers.—Cross Bros. CYCLES!-CYCLES!! CYCL",¿; I Beeston-Humbers, 1898 Pattern, with ali latsst improvements, only to be seen at Cross Bros. Sole Agents for Cardiff and District for [lumber Co. of Beeston. Coventry, and Wolverhampton. Dealers offer 1894-5 and 6 Humbers at low prices, but if you insist on having an Old Type Hm»b?p we have a Few to Clear at 99 15s.—Cross i3ros Cardiff. a340 ^YCLES—Cross Bros., Cardiff. CYCLES.—A Few Ladles' Cycles left, at C7 155 CYCLES.—Ladies' and Gents', by "Hollis," from £ 15 7s. 6d. CYCI,ES.—Ladies' and Gents', by Humber and Goddard. from £16 16s. CYCLES.—Ladies' and Gents', by the celebrated Fumber-Beeston Company, from R,9 15s. CYCLES.—Large Stock, Low Prices, at Cross Bros.' a430 fPAKONARDS. for aadress.ng boxes. &c., id. T and 2d. per packet.—Western Mail Limited, ^ardiff. rpHE New Oamr Table Football, Is., post X free.— Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. SiVil iil'S, Letts', and Collins's Diaries for 1893 Is Now i; end v.—Stationery Department. Ill-,i tern Mail. Cardiff. SM30 THB Latest Improved Letter File, "The Modern" Fi'e; 4s. 6d.— Stationery Depart- ment, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 SAVE Tune" Letter Cards. Z: for 4id.. post free; an improvement on the Government 'In card—Stationery Department, restern Mail, Cardiff. 60430 rPHE "TrVDOgraph" Copying Apparatus, pro- X duces thousands of copies from one hand writing or tvnewiting.—Price list on applica- tion to Western Mail Stationery Departments Cardiff- MII.KSELLER'S Delivery Book, Is.-Sta. 1U tionery Department, Western Mail. Car- diff^ 50430 INVOICE and Letter Files. All the leading styles—"The Sequence File." "The War- wick File," "The Standard File," 'The Com- mon-sense File."—Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 a UTOMAT1C Constant Level Inkstand; A Is. Set.. post free. -Stationery Department. Western Mail. Cardiff. 50430 ONE Thousaud-Page Letter Copying Book, half bound calf, 6s.; special line.—Western Mail Stnti.^».ory Depart"- ardiff. 50430 STYLOGK YPHlC Fountain Pens, 3s., post lice, invaluable to every business man.—Sta- lionery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff. jBisrellaneotts* Miscellaneous Sales-Contlnued- ADHESIVE Linen Tape for Repairing Music, &c., 3d., post free, per roll.—Stationery De- partment. Western Mail. Cardiff 50430 PATENT Automatic Office Paperweight and Monthly Calendar for Four Years, Is— Stationery Department. Western Mail. Cardiff. rpHE "Handy" Book Marker, 3d., post Iree.— X Stationery Department. Western Mail, Car- diff. 504.30 ')'1 Ol\.E'8:Universal" Portfolios for Letters, a Price Lists. Ac., Ac from 4d. each —Sta- tionery Departmen!. Western Mail. Cardiff. ONE Dozen g'English Make" Blackleads, '•id —Stationery Department, Western Mail. Cardiff A DJUSTABLE Drawer Partitions, is. per b >x A —Stationery Department, Western Mail, Cardiff. 50430 Worses, tLlbt ^torfc, Xc. WANTED, well-bred Horse; about 15.3; 5 years; sound, thoroughly reliable in saddle and harness; must be quiet; moderate price.— and A 31. Western Mail. Cardiff. 29"0 BEAUTIFUL Pony. 1H hands. 5 years; war- B ranted quiet for children to drive or ride; sound; C12 10s.—Pony, Western Mail. Newport. _199116- CONCLUSION of Contract.—Several useful, C active Cart Horses, from £ 12 to £25. from 15 to 16.2 hands: are warranted sound and good workers; owner would sell or lend for one month.—27. Oxford-street, Maindee._Newport.ho FOR SaleT good-bred Cardigan Brougham Horse; 15 hands; sound, reliable. Also Jersey Cow and Calf; good dairy pedigree. Also thorough-bred Kerry In-calf Heifer.—Dipro.e, Cwmbran. Mon. _24h4_ OR Sale, a IZoan Gelding; 16 hands full; quiet F in single and double harness, and has been ridden; rising 8 years; to be sold, for no fault, by the gentleman who bred him; price 4;¡gs.; believe quite sound.—Apply at the Stables, Cefn Bryn, Pembrey, Carmarthenshire^ 59044 FO IIS a! e ,G e 1 d in gM br own), 15.1^; four years;' F rides and drives; veterinary examination allowed; £25.-Colonel Tuiberrill, Eweiiny Priory. Bridgend. 20M OR SALE, Bay Gelding, 15 hands; six years: sound; no vice; good harness and saddle; 30 guineas.—Surgeon, 71, NewportrTaad, Car- diff. _J8871U__ NO STABLE IS COMPLETE WITHOUT Elliman'sRoval Embrocation—For Sprains and Curb > EllimnnV Royal Embrocation—For (splints whenfoTjnU? Elliinan's Royal Embrocation-—Sprnnp_tsmc\v3 Elliman'sRoval Embrocation—For Sprains and Curb > EllimnnV Royal Embrocation—For (splints whenfoTjnU? Elliinan's Royal Embrocation-—Sprnnp_tsmc\v3 T-T T I or Cupped Hocks kJ'LIMAJs (s For Bruises and Cuts r.LLIMATS ft For Broken Knees KLLIM A N S For Sore Shoulders,Backs KLLI MAN'S For Sore Throats ELI.IMAN S For Cuts, Brnisenin Dogrs Elliman'sRoyalEmbroeation—For Cramp in Birds Eliinian's Royal Embrocation—Bottles, 1/ 2/ 2/6, j/6. Prepared byKLLlMAN, iSONS, and Co., SLOUGH, Enjr JLIO/VB FOR Sale, Bull Dog Pup; 9 months old; grand head and fawn coat.—Apply Coachman, 71, Newport-road, Cardiff. 4886hl PAY the Rent m Bacon.—Squire Giles' Pig Powders cause Pigs to Fatten in half the usual time, and Curc Colds. Wheezing, and In- flammation; best lor stores and pigging sows. Id. per packet, or 12 for lOd. Of all Corn Merchants 52069 J 0! u POULTRY.—If you want your birds to pay P you write for prices and samples of food to Noah "*Rees and Son, Hay. Corn, and Seed Merchants. Cardiff. e$ll £ UNRIVALLED Layers; Buff Orpingtons, Buff Leghorns; chicks, 10s. dozen; winners, 15s.; eggs. 7s. 6d., 5s., 3s. 6d. dozen.—Coaley Poultry Farm, Gloucestershire. 52371 UFF Wyandottes; 3¡est, all-round summer B and winter layers; good table fowl. UFF Wyandottes, 3s. 6d. per sitting of twelve B eggs—Miss Matty Lascelles Carr, Cwrt-y- Vil. Penarth. ■ SILVER Wyandottes; possess same all-round S good qualities as buffs, differing only in colour of plumage. S ILVER W vaiidottes.—Miss Matty Lascelles S Carr, Cwrt-y-Vil, Penarth. Has a Few Pens for gale—two hens and cockerel, 15s.; two pul- lets and cock. 21s. 58593 Carriages,harness, PONTYPRIDD Coachbuilding Company (Prize- winners).—20 fashionable, well-finished Traps and Carriages, lowest prices; Business Carts of various kinds (New and Second-hand), Varnished Wood Governess Cars, 1 Light Wagonette to carry six, also a splendid Gig- both trimmed in blue cloth; a Large Stock of Plated Fittings, Lamps. &c. New Showrooms now open.—Carriage Works: Morgan-street, Pontypridd. 3255etc G WAT KIN AND SON. NEWPORT Largest Stock of Carriages in Monmouth- shire. Stylish Victoria; light; capital condi- tion; trimmed morocco; lamps, brakes, pole and bar; shafts bv Howes, Norwich. 57954 REPAIRS A SPECIALITY. ESTIMATES FREE. SECOND Hand Carriages.—Intending Pur- S chasers should write for Messrs. Offord's Monthly List of 150 Selected Carriages by the Best Makers, at Low Prices, for Sale or Hire.— Post free from 67, George-street, Portman- sonave London. W. L15149 -,IOP Sale Cl,-eular-fronted Brougham: light; for one or pair horses; equal to new; in splendid order. Also American Lrewsteile Phae- ton; only requires re-lining; everything else in perfect order. And a Brougham Wagonette, by Parry, Bristol; in every rpspect equal to new.- Greenwood, Coachbuilder, Carmarthen. 59034 NEARLY new Victoria; latest design. Four Wlleel Dogcart; cob size. Also small Parisian Phaeton.—Cardiff Carriage Company (Limited). Frederick-street, Cardiff. 4811830 A XGULAR Landau: good style; thorough A condition: fitted for one or pair horses.- Cardiff Carriage Company (Limited), Frederick- street, Cardiff. 4811s30 LIGHT Wagonette; good .nidition. Rustic L Dogcart for 15h. horse. Governess Car.- Cardiff Carriage Company (Limited), Frederick- street. Cardiff. 4811s30 LIGHT Landau; just returned off job; m good condition. Alsn stylish Wagonette and Dog-cart—J. Fuller and Company, Coach- builders, Bristol. 4640d HARNESS (Black or Brown): warranted hand- sewn, best English leather: £ 4 4s. Riding Saddles, £ 2 2s.—Price list free, Steward, Saddler, Cardiff. 4913hi porting. £ 13 Hammerless Gun, in perfect condition and equal to new; accept £ 6 lowest.—A o2. Wes- tern Mail Office. Cardiff.- 3Ch4 CRICKET Bats, The Excelsior," 6s.; Tennis Rackets, 5s. 6d.; Trout Flies, 6d. dozen, not to be equalled; Fishing Rods, Is.; send for price list. -Chain.t)el-s, Gimmaker, Cardiff. a777 iSirpcles, CrtrprifS, &r. ALLDAYS' CYCLE SCHOOL, Andrews'-hall St. Mary-street Cardiff. We have engaged the Services of an expe- rienced Lady Instructress, who will be in atten- dance daily. Complete Course of Lessons 10s. 6d. —For further particulars apply Alldays and Onions 1> Co. (Ltd.), 49, Westgate-street, Car- diff- a612 BARGAIN—Nearly New handsome Lady's Pneumatic Safety; latest improvements; accessories complete; take £ 7 10s.; cost £ 13 lis.; photo on application; selling through ill- health approval.—Florence, Locke's Advertising Offices. Newport. 66h4 ROYAL Signet Road Racer; jointless rims; Palmer tyres; handsome machine; £ 13 13s. —Norton's Cycle Depot, 50. Salisbury-road, Car- diff, Sole Agent for 1898 Singer's Roulettes and Raglans. 4979h3 PREMIER Tricycle; Dunlop Tyres; in good P condition; easy running machine; £ 6.—J. Isaac. Dynas-Poivis. 4816s30 SAFETY, £ 6 10s.; genuine bargain (lady's); also Gent's; recently new; faultless; listed £ 28; eminent maker.—Address Y 99, Western Mail, Cardiff. 4813s30 (CENTAURS.—The Leading Cycle Experts are J Riding 1898 Centaurs: further comment needless; Centaur Patent special features are not fads, but result of 22 years' experience Jn highest class cycle building; Centaurs, Royal Ormondes, Archers, Samsons; gradual pay- ments or cash.—Kitchin, 181, Bute-road, Car- diff; 4411d RUDGE-Whitworth Cycles. RIIDGE-Whitworth (Ltd.) Set the Fashion to the World in Supplying their famous Cycles at Manufacturer's Wholesale Cash Prices. No dealing or bartering necessary when buying a Rudge-Whit worth. J^UDGE-Whit\vorth Cycles. RUDGE-Whitworth (FycTes. — Beware ot unscrupulous imitators, who offer in- ferior machines at our popular prices, and copy our original advertisements in order to deceive. We are the pioneers of the up-to-date Wholesale Cash Price System Stan- dard Quality Machines. £12 12s.; Special Quality Machines. £ l6 16s.. or Twelve Monthly Payments by arrangement- All guaranteed twelve months from date of purchase. NEW Riding School Just Opened. The Largest, most Centra), and the only First-class School in Cardiff. Exclusive Features for Easy Learn- ing.— Rudge-Whitworth (Ltd.), 108. St. Mary- etreet, Cardiff; 54, Commercial-street, Newport. L15191 A Warning.—Why Risk Youlivos on Machines of Unknown Make when the Quadrant Cycle Co. (Government Contractors), Will Build You a Machine, fitted with Anv Tj'res, for £ 12 12s., or Twelve Monthly Payments,-to Suit You' Own Convenience? Machines sent on approval any distance Write for lists. All machines supplied at wholesale prices—Head Depot: 35, Castle-street, Cardiff. Branch Depot: Hiekman-road, Penarth. District Manager: Mr. T. Silver. a499 Hiekman-road, Penarth. District Manager: Mr. T. Silver. a499 Business A&iiresses THE WEST END TAILORS IN DUKE-STREET f | :INA HIGH CLASS TAILORING AT UP-TO-DATE PRICES. LADIES' COATS AND SKIRTS ) nQ QS TO ORDER FROM j dW'J O STYLISH FIT GUARANTEED. "TOOTHEZIA" REGISTERED. FOR TOOTHACHE. e6408 Btrprles, Cr if pries, &r. A Special Offer to Ladies.—The Quadrant Cycle Co. Will Build You a Machine to Suit Your h-Bjght and Weight for JB12 12s., or Twelve Monthly Payments, to Suit Your Own Con- venience; Teach You to Ride Free of Charge, and Guarantee to Keep Machine in Perfect Order. Machines sent on approval any distance, and supplied at wholesale prices. Head Depot: Castle-street, Cardiff. Branch Depot: Hick- man-road, Penarth. District Manager: Mr. 'P. Silver. a499 ^i^ECLAL Olearanoe.—3 (Solid Safeties, 58s. mil O each; 3 Cushions, 50s. each; 4 'Pneumatics, £ 5 each. Cash only.-Morris Bros.. Cycle Works. Pontypridd. Repairs, Enamelling, and Plating* prompt. Maps, 4d. Cycles on Hire. Oradual- Payment System for Ladies' or Gent's. Maka J'our choice. Any make-Hamber. -Whitworth. Cambrian. Excelsior, Quadrant. No delay. See Btock. Twelve Monthly Paymenta. "95146 BEECHAAil'S PMLS JgEECHAMS PILLS B%Vorth a Gum;ea a Bm J[-) Worth a Guinea a. Box. EEC HAMS PILLS For Bilioas Attacks. EECHAM'S PLLLS For Nervous Disoroers. l_>EECHAi\L'S PILLS, JL# For Indigestion in all its forms. EECHAM'S PILLS, For Wind and Pain in the Stomach. BEECHAM'S PILLS. For Sick Headache. BEECHAM'S PILLS gave Saved the Li 'es of Thousands. EECHAM S PILLS, For Giddiness. BEECHAM'S PILLS, J) For FuIDeRS and Swelling after Meals. EECHAM'S PILLS Are Worth a Qui Lea a Box. B' EECHAM S PILLS, A wonder tut Medicine for Females of all Ages.. EECHAM'S PILLS Are Adapted for Old and Tout*. trr E A T H's t. pIANOFORTBS AND 0RGANS, BY ALL MAKERS. THE LATEST MODELS and DESIGN'S FROM 58. MONTHLY, gS. IN THE jg jySCOUET FOR CASH, ALL INSTRUMENTS GUARANTEED FOR YEARS, AND TUNED ONE YEAR F REE, 51 J QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. 70, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD. 31, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH. FACTORY—LONDON. AGEXTS WANTED IN ALL PARTS. emjratioiiaJ ^imojunremenet CAERI.EON. CAERLEON.—LUij vTORTH HOUSE BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Branches at Cardiff, Newport, and Pontypool.-Prospectus, &c.. on application to the Principal. Mrs. ALFRED MORRIS, L.R.A.M. Next Term Commences THURSDAY, April 28tli. Governess-Pupil Required. e6840 gEEDS SEEDS SEEDS AGRICULTURAL. GARDEN. FLOWER. AND POTATO SEEDS. W. E. WALKER, 5. QUEEN-STREET, AND 10, NORTH-ROAD. CARDIFF. Catalogue Post Free on Application. [e6724 JjTURNITURE J^EMOVE D (TOWN OR COUNTRY). APPLY J-. FARTHING, COAL MERCHANT & FURNITURE REMOVER, 179, RICIIMCOID-ROAD, CARDIFF. READ THE "WEEKLY MAIL." PRICE ONS PENNY.