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PREPAID TAEIFF: for SMALL" ADVERTISEMENTS.; SOUTH WALKS DAILY NHTWSjS* Inser" t'.0I13iU iDailyNews Var.M. One Three Six & Or.ce in Insertion. [Insertions. Insertions Cardi8 Tlme3. I !I.d.ls. d.¡s. dol 8. d. 18 vtünw.1 sTWords |09jlG!23j30i 36 Words ) 1 0 2 0 I 3 0 4 (f 45-Words I 1 3 I 2 6 3 9 I õ 0 3 0 4 G I 6 0 0 3 I 0 6 0 9 I 1 0 l j Those ,h;8S ap?1y>nIy-tt.îasses of advertise- | mcnt jneiflcd beJvw, and are strictly coaflsed to those which ar ;)rtlered for coxsscfnv* insertont and ?A:D FOR ftB"IOU TO isBERfiojr; if either of these conditiojs u not compile! with, the :1dvert.lsemeat will be charged bj the Busing scale :— ApA^rMKNTs V/ANTSD. I Hocsres to BE LBT. A?AJtn:xN fsTO LET. M ^yy,. WASTED. ARTICLM L(). y.C~iTF,Y TO LII:SD. Aa~lCLBS M IgCL'LLANEOUS WATTS, BCS:>'ESSI» POft ) MiSCBLLANSOCS SiLia. BcsiKKsass Wast as. fAarKUteuii* Wa.VTSI?. Hocsss TO LET, SITUATIONS WANTKB. XI V/»vrgf> orn; ATioxa vV A \T'C» IVrsaiiS .1.¡"wering Aclveri;L"cn¡cnt3 in the South Wiles Datiy V 61V/J M8 re\iUe.;tL>d to a.el. to!) the following ex- ptana"ow.: „ Address to an initial (or number) at tho Omce means that application must be by letter only, directed to the Initio! r n'uuber at tiit Daily A ews Cilice (as A. B. C., oi No li' Daily Seas Oiliee). "Apply at the Daily A#tr«Oflhe" means Ut*t personal apptication niunt bs made at the Daily A e»M Office, Where the aldre-s of Advertiser will ba given. Pe,-¡¡on3 angering Advertisements are strongly ad vised E,.t to i>elld original testimonials, but coriss persons soTulina: Advertisements in Manuscript may Mtunate ttc snace they will oceupy by calculating Eisjht Words to a line. and twolve lines to an inch. While We llBe l'ur utmost endeavours o in3ert Adver- ti8eJlOt.. ou the dates ordered, vre canout guarantee that til's will be done. 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VOR SALE a bcautiful-tonsd PIANOFORTE, in wal- yj nat, quite new, full CüI, tv be SOlll for IS gal- «jeag—a ha.rg-.1iu, to be seen at 129, Severn-road, Canton. s 34604 15 F. ATttlXS, Mua. B.ic., Oxon, Teacher erf the 1'iaiioturte iuid bin^in^. 21 yeais' experience in the art oi te4kchiuyf. leruis, 306 per quarter. IVst-carda aiidressed feruiey tIoii?e, Cardiff, attended to. 197 EDUCATIONAL. "T"ANTEi\ on JaiTuvry Wh, a CEKTIFICATKC W MASTER, kru-Hvin? V. c-Uh. fur a Mixed Board Sch'oi of about 10J children, at Ssulva. Salary year, with whatever the graut may exceed JE30 (or about £ 100 a year). —Apply, witu testimonials, to tht. Chair- man, Kev Juhn G. Thomas, Congregational Minister, Se'va, H.S.O., Pembrokeshire. 6O:n -« t^aXTUD IMitEDIATELY, an A3SISTANT-MIS- W THESS (.Elx-P.T ) a.t 'the Dunraveu Colliery British Schools, Trsherbert Salary £40. -.Adùrss, witti Test;monilj, to 1'. O. ?-aunders, Secretary. 5939 DOMESTIC SERVANTS." ANXKD by a Litly in Tenby a Thoroti;'hlv Gcod r Plain COOK. Tw> in family Man servant kept. Washing put oat,—Addrew Mrs H., 2, St Catnerme s Terrace. Tenby. for Widower; also ceneral Servant. G^od wages. Enclose euvelope. —A. Gotiir.-y, 11% Park-street, London, W. 5963 WANTED.—Useful ilaid and Attendant on Elderly Lady. Encl. se envelope.- Mrs Godfrey, ll, Park-street, London, W. 5984 -^Fxt-aNV'ED immediately, a good GENERAL SER- wy VAN T; age about 13. Good character indis- pensable. -Address, Mrd Heath, Caste View, Caer- philly. €017 WAN'i'r D. -Apply, with references at im erial Hotel, Mount Btuart-square, CardiS.J 601j COOK, ^.>.<d, for a private faaiiiy in London. Good character indispensable; housemaid kcpt. Apply S, Caivert-street, Swansea. 0993 ;3o ANTED, a Plain COOK, or General Servant who understands plain cooking.—Apply Mrs J. Davies, Hal»weli-tei race, near the Infirmarj', Cardie. 5287 4 GOOD GENERAL SERVANT wanted.—Apply to Mrs Hotilt, 52, James-street, Docks, Cardiff. 5370 COi.>K8, £16 to £10; PARLOURMAIDS, £ « to NURSES, KITCHEN and SCULLERY MAIDS, JE12 to £ lg ■"JENER \L SERVANTS, to £:25. Also wanted, LADYS' MAIDS, ATTENDANTS, MEN SERVANTS, and PAGES fol" e\ -vlient families in London and the sur- | -ounding- neighbourhood. Those wishing to obtain a rood situation please send stamped directed .avelope to Mrs H. Pipe. 7. Porchcster-road, Wistboume Grove, London." ApartmCTits for Senanta. 5703 CLEivKS, ASSISTANTS, &c., -WANTED. DRAPERY. Wanted a Junior Assistant, or an Im- ororer; Welsh ?oo«.! reference.—Apply J. B. £ vans, 17S an 179, -rliah-str'jct. Dovla'S. | 0~WiOCERSrASSISTAVCS.—Wanted immediately a strong and active Youug Man, more especially for the Provision Counter; Welsh must produce satisfac- Cory references.—Apply to J. RandeU, Llaceliy. ASSISTANT wanted I by February 1st. Welsh language necessary.—Ap- toJ, II. Smith and Co., Carmarthen 0013 w-fT ANTED, &n OFFICE BOY, not tinder It years of 1 age.«-Apply, by ietter, to J. Sessions and Sons, Canal Wharf Fast, Cardiff. 6011 ■*XTANTED, an ASSISTANT or good JULOR HAND r, for the Ironmongery.—Apply to Reos Brothers, Ironmongers, Pentre, Bhondda Valley. 5076 sTvRFSSMAKERS AND MILLINERS. — Wanted, | J ASSISTANTS ar.d APPRENTICES, out-door.— Applv C. L. Monfries, la, Crcckaerbtown, ar 5975 SITUATIONS VACANT. j rHfl JOURNEYMEN SADDLERS. — Wanted, a 1 y"mn: Man, accustomed to work.- _p? :0 D. Matthew*. P-:Jn ?:\U1 via Cartiiff. VMT ANTED, immediately, a good General JOBBER, y ttg 3.bout 25.-Apply, with references, and stating ry reqaired, to W. Williams, watchmaker and jeweller, 2a, Castle-street, Swansea. 6035 rriO JUNIOR BAkERS. —Wanted, at once, a YOUNG I MAN, about 13, t01nke and drive bread cart. Pcr- soaal application preferred.—Apply J. J. Baines, Grocer, Bisca, near Newport. C022 ANrTED7 a number of strong LABOCRERS, to work second shift, at Maindy Patent Foei Works, Cardiff. -Apply at the worka. WM AVON'S Wanted in Sheffield wages, Sd per hour.— Apply at the Yards, or address Secretary, Mastar JBttiiders Association. 5997 COM>liSSION, NEWS, or INSURANCE AGENTS may easily make money this month. Stamp for Darticalara.—W. Pegler, Brynhyfryd, Swansea. 6002 TTIf vou are in want of a Situation address (enclosing I staiiii> "t. F.»«*, awi»i-fca! Chambers, CardifT. A 5993_ "i*TASTED —A Certified MANAGER, thoronjhly ff exi>«rien«ed m sioicing, Ac. Must be a tracucal mnApjdy, enslosirig testimoniais aad salary expected, to H. H. Hal ley, Siston Hill Colliery, Warm- ley, nellr Bristol. 4tí122 TO BAKERS.—Wanted a good Baker.—Apply to William Richards, loO and 151, Hig-h.street, Swan- sea. sooo ANTED, < GARDENER. Must be a steady and yy !{ood worker, aloo weil np iu hothoU8e work. Aj-pfy, stairajr cieg required, and if married, number of children, Zelta, "South Wales Dai;y News" office, wansea. 60oy WINE "AND SPIRIT TRADE.—Wanted, an expe- rienced BaRILAJD. Apply, with references, to ¡ K Jeukias, 307, High-street^ Swansea. 5993 r#^0 GROCERS.—Wanted at once a smart active § COUNTEKMAN for a ready-money trade. Strictly s^er. —Apply stating age, salary, and reference, to J. aird I. Prothero, Pontypridd: 5977 •wTjrya5nTED, a good Practical MlLLWRIOErt at Tre- forest Tin Piute Works, Poutyp idd. —Apply, s^ £ iag expe-rveace, wage3»^*c. fN78 WANTED, at once, an experienced LAD, well op in small good#.—Apply, personally if poseibte, to Wm. Cole, Pork Batcher, Hannah-street, Forth, Pouty- pridd. ^—A.M 5972 FJT?KLY and UPWARDS may be EASILY and irONESTLY REALISED by persons 8r either SEX, sviliiout hindrance to present occupation.—Enclose, for 'particulars and sample, 12 stamps (returned if Evans, Watts, 4 Company (P 187), ) M°-ehants Albion-street, Bimiinghan.—This i* genuine. 5860 "1 (jg v'l and COLLECTORS wantea for tlie Liverpool JK Protective Assurance and Burial Society. Salary a.ad commission. — Apply Superintendent, Tin- staet. 5!)S iGENTS calUiig on St^un-power Users Wanted tkroujfhout the Kingdom, to Work a. valuable Commission m a Speciality :an acknowledged success). Address Oil, at Horucastle's, 61, Cheapsitle, Londou SIT CATIONS WANTED. I To 5IT1.L.ERS. —Wanted by a steady trustworthy Toon" Man, a'situation as Miller; has had some years expeiWe.-Apply G HuShes, "Daily News," Pontypridd. X~»OOKKEEPER, Good ACCOUNTANT, COURE- rl SPO^DENT iind CA3HIEB. Exj enence with rro Finns Contractors, and l\Ullders: mill,lIe ag,l; bi/hest reference#.—A.C., D*dy licw'J" otfloe- Mi4 ri^"GROOEKS.-A33i3Ui.t. Famiy.or family and I X Kefly Money Trade ixpenenced. Apply J. B., 0' lJaity News," Cardiff K, CASHIER, or~CORRESPONDBWT.—Cwdiff \> Gentleman, relinquish in'' businew, reriurres Situ- ation above can correspond I* rench anu ltalvin • eJen reference.—Tl A.. Daily Newa_^Oiffce- £ "<I' ALISCELLAXEOU^VVrANTS. at 3i per cent, on Freehold Lend Secra-ity—Apply W. T., "South Wales News Offlcc, Cardiff. eow WANTED, a good, roomy Covered ERE 1D TRUCK — Apply 7. High-street, Cardiff. t-005 ANTED to BUY, a good Sc-cond-band CART.—D. G. and Co., Teapot, Abaca v >n. 50S3 W~ ANTED, Serviceable, Second-hand ENGINEERS' TUOLS. Lathe,slide, ecrewcuttins:and surficing, about 10 inch centre, and 16 feet ^ap-bed; shaping machine, about 9 inch stroke; ;arJ{0 bench or a "Il Arillinff-maoliitie.—R. 3trachan, Linton Cottage, Marl- borouyh-hlll, BroJ. 5983 iVNTED New or Second Hand Cart Weighing Machine.in srood working- order.-—Apply, stating Mice delivered at Morris'on Station, Mid. Railway', to DanM Jfvies, Coal Merchant, Morriston, Swansea. 5961 VNTED to PI711CHA3F. DOORS in any quantity. —J. F, 1eehan,t;cùnd hand Bookseller, Patera, 311200 PREMISES WANTED. <?1MAT.T7HOTEL in* Watering Piace.—Full particui#rs to Joim Jenkins and Co., Auctioneers, Ac., Phillxar- t ihtmti.-n Carxtii LODGINGS, APARTMI^TS, &c. I^URNISHEI) APARTMENTS.—Sitttagr-roowi and two Bedrooms; hot aLù culd uath; respectable lo- cality; suitable for two geiitiemeo^—B. SC., "Dally News" OiEca, S^van>:ea: 6C01 fllO LET.—Comfortable FurnMlied Apartments, for a one or two gentlemen. — A^ply No. 10, Westbonrne- terrace, opposite Sophia Gariern, Ca.nlit7. 6004 O LET, comfortable FL'TiSuSHED APARTMENTS, Terms moderate.—Address, 22, James-street, Castle- matt, liOát; 53C9 TO BE LET.—HOUSES, LAND, &c. TERY (iesimbiy ei^ht-roomed HOUSE, with Coach T Ho«s«, stables, Garden ?.nd Bakehouse. Situated in chiaf thafouj^tfare at Poniardubs. Good opening for baker.— Ap^v to C. Goujli, Pontardukis, ROATII. —TWO convenient HOUSES: Wordsworth place, VVordaworth-sti'eet; rents very low; im- mediate poiitssion.- Mr Lamb, Wellington-terrace, Cardiff. GUI 2 n-'O i.ET, Westbury Cottage, Sapjihire-street, Roath.— I Apply at U, Jawes-street. Castl<j-riM«i. 6016 A HOUSE to LET, s;tu:1.te ill A iam-itreet.—Apply to I). Thoaias, 77, St Mary-st.eo; 5935 I^O-NTAHDAWE,—To be LET. Nine-room VILLA. Good garden with :;ece!<3.TY !,ppl!rtel1an¡>s, with or without two fields stable,and coach-honse. Five rub- utes' walk from the SW:J.use3. Vale Railway Station, Pont- ardawe. Apply, David Hopkin, All"weuohwitll, pt)It.1.r- ditwe, Swansea. 60 o7 T-ROOMED HOUSE to LET. Lower Chtrrch-road, near the Rectory, Penarth. Willi back kitchen, 1.:ath- room, and largre garden.—Apply to Palmer, Morgan, and Co., Docks, Cardiff. <0073 A Q /» per week,—'I'llREE ROOMED HOUSE, S healthy, situation, 15 injiutes walk froui »uh-t4*cet railway station, wan.£a.-ApP¡J W. C. Asuvrv, 2, C()£J:ttreet. i F.t" TO BE LET—BUSINESS PREMISES, &c ^^WaNSEA.—To Bakers.—To Let, House, Shop, and sTi Bakeho.isc. wicii ^ood oven and loft: good corner situation populous neighbourhood; immediate pos- C, 15, Herbert-place. 0024 TO LET. THREE SHOPS, "Castle Road, S Rooms "and iar,-e (,'eSlar in each.—Thomas Da vies, 34, Cowbrldge- roaii, Cardiff. C0i^ OFFICES.—To be Let, two spacious ROOMS, on tiie first floor of the" Suuth Wales Daily News" Chambers. "■ V"ELLING-HOU3E, Front SHOP, and Premises, ijr with Bakehouse and Stable, to be LET, in a g»od thoroughfare, centrally situated. App'y, John Jenkins and Co., Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff". 6033 (CARDIFF.—Business Premises with Front SHOP on j thc Ea3t W!urr.-Apply, Joim Jenkins and Co., Philharmonic Cha.mber3. Cardiff. 5081 CARDIFF. — SHOP in North-street, suitable for a Grocer. — Applj' to John Jenkins and Co., Philhar- monic Chambers, Cardiff. 5980 O LET, 57, JAMES-STREET, DOCKS, for a Shop or Offices.—Apply to Thomas Williams, Pembroke House, Cocway-road, Canton. 600S T'J be LE r. the QUEEN'S HOTEL, Porthcawl, near Bridgend, with immediate possession.—Ap:wv to the Proprietor, 5996 TO LET, 3, NELSON-TERRACE, suitable for L ù113int>ss requiring larg-" back premises and back entraaee.-T. Boult, 52, James-street, Dvcks. 5966 TO LET. tiie Doubie-licensed HOUSE, ROCK and FOUNTAIN INN, Liantrisant; terms easy.—Apply OIl the premises, or to Mr Bowser, 48, Mortfmer-road, C8ntea, Can¡i¡i. 5:1CO TO TIMBER MERCHANTS and BUILDERS.—To be LET, the very old established Business of the late Messrs. Phillips and Lewis, timber merchants, together with the very extorsive Steam Saw Mills, situate on the Pothouse, Carmarthen also the large Stores adjoining, which L'11.11 be let together or separately. These premises are SJ well situated that they atford rare opportunities to carryon an extensive general merchant's business anù timber tra.de.-F,}r particuiars apply to Mr D. Thojias, Estate Asent and Auctioneer, Blue-street, Carmarthen. 5943 TO LET.—The BLACK LION WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS, Brynmawr. This House, from its close proximity to "he London and Nurth We3ten: Railway Company's Station, offers to an energetic man a rare opportunity or doing J. lucrative business. Rent anù incoming low.—Apoly to A. Buchan and Co., Rbymney. 40017 TO LET, Fine 3-8torey WAREHOUSE and Roomy CELLAR, situated in Mount Stuart-square, Cani;if, close to th Docks, and admirably adapted for Wholesale Provision or Ship Store Merchants.—Apply Palmer, Morgan A Cn., Docks, Cardiff. 3*624 BUSINESSES FOil DISPOSAL. CCARDIFF.—Full-licensed PUBLIC-HOUSE popu- j lous neighbourhood. Good trade; low rent. John Jenkins and Co" Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. 6036 CARDIFF.-A first-cia-;s Commercial HOTEL. Rising neighbourhood. Full" furnished. Long Lease. £ 2,100. An excellent opportunity for business..John Jenkins and Co., Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. 6031 CARDIFF.—Double licensed PUBLIC HOUSE, in Canton. Ingoing only £ 225.—Messrs John Jen- kins, Philharmonic Chambers, Cardiff. 5:)4 CARuIFF. —Poultry, Fish. and Greengrocery business in good thorough/are, held under lease at a low rent, returns from £25 to £30 weekly.—For further par- ticulars apply to Gunn and Jones, auctioneers, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. W92 ROYAL LINING ROOMS, best position in High- s'.reet, S.vr.nsaa, t.) Let with immediate possession. Furniture, Fixtures, large Kitchen Range, Circulating Hot Water Pipes, ail in good condition, £ 2C0.—Apply to W. H, Davis, on the promises. 53^2 DRAPERS. TO DRAPI2R3 DISPOSING OF OH TAKING A BUSINESS. AP?LT TO ClIAS. SIDNEY BEECIiOFT AND SON, YALU-SM Cc Drapery, Ready-mades, anJ Fixt1ara. LCTON and LONDON. 14000 FOR SALE.—HOUSES, LAND, &c. FOR SALE, arst-cinM investment, four substantially- built VILLAS, ali let to respectable tenants. The yreater portion of the purchase money can remain on mortgage.—For further particulars apply to Mr R. Y. Evans, Solicitor, Duke-street, Cardiff. 10151 yreater portion of the purchase money can remam on DlGrtg:t;,Çc.- For further particulars apply to lIr H. Y. Evans, Solid tor, Duke-street, Ca.n.1úI. 10151 FOR SALE.—MISCELLANEOUS. A BOX MANG1.E FOR SALE, noa ly new.—For A terms, apply \V. s., Daily News umce, Car Jiff. 097J 097J ABERDEEN GRANITE MONUMENTS from £ 5 Carriage free. Inscriptions accurate and btau- tiful.- PJ,n3 and prices frcm Lease, Sculptor, Aberdeen. 6013 WANTED, PURCHASERS for goo I second-hand t V Foreign and English SCHOOLBOOKS.—J. F. Meehan, Postern, Swansea. 39200 JONES, Penorth-road Bntranc#, tor gowl Ground X » MORTAR. 34035 COAlT WAGONS AND COLLIERY REQUISITES. T LANTRISSANT WAGON WORKS.— BAXENDALE JLi «?d HEALD, Preprietors and Makers of RAIL- WAY WAGONS for all purposes, and to any Railway Companies' regulations; also Contractor's T.p Wa^ia and Tnuna tor Collieries, Ironworks, &c. ° VV AGONS RE-BUILT and REPAIRS done by contract I or otherwise at the above Works, or at the Repairing Works, Eijt Moors, Cardiff, and the Docks, Newport • also at Swe3., or any other station in South Monmouthshire, Forest of Dean, and betweellLondun Liverpool, and Birkenhead. »\ ITEELti TURNED UP, new Tires and Axles aD- plied. All kinds of Wroujfht and Cast Ironwork. Also, Brass Bearings, Spring Buffers, Bearing and Draw Springs, Wheels and Axles for Wagons and Trams. Prices on application at Llaotrissant or at the Cardiff Office, 146, Bute-street; and the Chief Works, Chorley Lancashire. N.B.—A number of nearly new Great Western and Taff Vale Coa.i, Coke, and Lime Wtcons on hand and ready for delivery, either for simple hire or purchase lease. MR W. SNEEZTJM, of Cardiff, Representative and Repairt fur South Wales. 31;;83 Z '1 S O :-i j a W. A P. M S T R C .V G, VT', MOUNT STUART-SQUABE, AND EAST-MOORS «. CARDIFF, B A I W A Y W A O O V AGENT BKOtiBK AND OONTRACTOR. CASH ADVAiiCiio "Ù oU aii ^uda oi RulW Stock. NEW and 8SCONP.HAMD WAGONS let on simple pAjrmenta. 30^79 FOR SALE.—LITE STOCK, CAR- RIAGES, &c FDK SiU, a ta«t, powerful, well bred Welsh Moun- tain Pony, thoroughly good in saddle and harness, four e:8.'8 old, sound and quiet, over 12 banJa high, I carries a child, £ 25. Spring Cart for ditto, £ 8. Plated Harness, £ 4 or the,lot for £ 25, Lawn Mower, Pierce's, Uín, £ 3 10'1. A C'heavin's six-gallon Filter, £ 2. Phaeton, in good order, by Ward, of Swansea, £25. Brown Leather Harness, for a. pony cf 14 hands or over, biass. mounts, £ 5. A Holland and Holland's Rook Rifle aud 350 Cartridges, £6. A Lady's Saddle and Double 10a. Page's l.ivery Jacket, Trousers, Overcoat, and Hat, with silver band, £ 4. Apply to Lieut.-Col, C. Scott, Tregib, Llanuilo. 401-14 FOR SALE—MACHINERY, TOOLS, &c. BOILERS Of" SALE. -FOUR GALLOWAY'S PATENT BOILERS, 30 ft by 7 ft, safe to work at 70 lbs on the square inch. TWO BOILERS, 28 It by 7 ft, with two ftuee through. TWO POWERS, 23 ft by 7 ft, two Sues through. ONE BOILER, 20 rt by 7 ft, two fluos through. ONk HULLER, 16 tt by a it. one aue through. Aiso several smaller sizej. Apply to H £ .N HY PARKINSON, Foundry-street, BOLTON. QN SALE, ONE 10 horse power doubl* cylindor i PORTABLE ENGINE, for winding. ONE 12-aorse power PORTABLE ENGINE. ONE 10-horse power PORTABLE ENGINE, G <E S-horse powmr PORTABLE UGINK. I ONE £ -uone power PORTABLE ENGINE. Bjual to new, 3Ind will be "old c'^eap. Apply to HENRY PARKINSON, Foundry-stree BOLTOS. D ^N SALE. ONE PAIR of 25-in horizontal WINDING ANGLNES. ONE PAIR of WS-in horizontal WINDING ENGINES. ONE PAIR of WINDING ENGINES. ONE PAIR of Ii-in lIormontat WINDING ENGINES. ONE PAIR of lU-in hori*>iital WIS DING ENGINES. ONE PAIR of 10-in horizontal WINDING ENGINES. ONE PAIR of 7-in horizontal WINDING ENGINES. The a bo we engines are now ready for delivery, and fitted wiffi winding druai and break gear t* each pair of engines. Apply to HENRY PARKINSON. Foundry-straet, BOLTON. N SAIiE, ON* Pair of 15in. horizontal WINDING ENiiliiiSS, fltUd with winding drum and brake complete Apply, H. PARKINSON, Foundry street, EO .L:W.s. .ON SALE, ONFftdr of 10-inch Horizontal WINDING ENGINES, with winding drum attd brakn com- plete.— Appiv, H. PARKINSON. Foundry-street, BOLTON. N SAL*, two Cornish BOILERS, 63ft by 1ft diame- ter two flues through each; safe at 80tblt Pressure- working.—Apply H. PARKINSON, Foundry-street, BOLTON. ON SALE, ONE Pair .13-inch High-pressure, Horiaon- tal ENGINES, for winding, fitted with slot-link motiollj first elass pair of engines.—Apply, H. PARKIN- SON, Fouadry-strect, BOLTON. ON SALE, ONE Pair of 35-inch Horizontal WINDING. ENGINES stroke 4ft, with winding-drum brake complete are uow quite" ready for delivery.—Ap^ ply, H. PAItKINSON, Foundry-street, BOLTON. /~SN SALE, ONE 35-horse power Double-cytSnder Vf Portable ENGINE, Iltted with slot-link motioi>, for whining; One 20-horse power Doubla-cylioder Portable Engine will be sold cheap, aud are in iirst-claas order. —Apply, E. PARKINSON. Foundry-street, BOLTON. 11499 TO COLLIERY OWNERS.—Tamable Weighing Machine, in splendid eonditioiu a bargain.-T-S,, Poc Aberavon. 'Uiilhaoi^ tfflA I DRIU..1NG, SCREWIUO, SLOTTING, SHAPING and PLANIoG MACiMNEi of various sizes in atecu and progress; aiso, 7 inches to 14 iucla:3 oentrue, with latest illlplDvel:.C.-J01l. ::ieECER., Toel ker, KeigUley, Wiltshire. 34309 ON SALE, Qne øtrog, wel! buifc Condrnsmg r.eam lI1e, by a finJt-cJ=-uakœ aqfial W new cylin. oer, 36>inch bore, 5-feet sti'eke. Can oe leea statJil1, and wiH be sold ebe*p. Üfíe closa^milt^selJ-cciit £ jiied Condensing lle3.nl Engine; stands cnindependent hed on six columns; cylinder, 2S-lnù bore, 4-fsetstroke. As good :l5 new. Car. be 5Cn t&nding, and will be sold ehe1l.p.- Apply to Henry Parkinson, Few,dry-¡tr.>et, D<Jlton. 70 MISCELLAN .EOU8. IT^ITS FITS 1 FITS! !—The one Certain Curc.-Try 1 Pike's Kit Powder. Obtain of any Chemist. Whole- sale from Alien, P.arce and Co., 10 and 11, Bath-street, Bristol. COFFEE 1 'ANDSLION COWUE SchwdUtr eJ: ls anil 1. &.1 'liû3. Obtain wr any Chemist, ()!" whole- sale of A.len, I'c-rce and Co, 10 and 11, I3Mh-<ïtrc"t, Bristol. MMENS3 SLAUGHTER OF~BUTG3 AND r Use only Schweitzer's Insect Killer Obtain of any Chemist, or whole-sale 01 Allen, Pearce aud Co., 10 and 11, Eath-strcet, Bristol. uiTlVYl LUXURY !—Sch^eitzerVTSea sà1t¡ great demand for Snmnier bathing. Obtain of any CheIllJt. or who!ltSa1e of Allen, Pearce and Co., 10 and 11, Lat!y- VTtTHAT IS YOUR MONOGRAM.—Sena 1J stamps 'jO v f GLASS and Co., Cardiff, who will forward you It sheets of Do;s¡;er and 1 envtdopes stamped ill colour with any one, two. or tree 19t, alld any lady4 same. Also COllIC PACKETS, cosimmug 12 different designs, sen post free for 13 stamp1', õ quires of paper aud 100 envelopes stamped in any colour tor lid 6d. YOUR CARL, Slit -8cml 4s 6d '0 GLASS kiid Co., Cardiff, who will engrave your name and piiut you 100 lvorv Cards, and forward them pdst free to any address. TQ TRADESMEN, and Others. GLASS'S Patent EiiCorsiwg Machinl's, engraved with your name. b'.15iE"S. 1LI1Ù addn)>3, from lBs lid. YOUR NAME,SIR ?—Your name engraved 011 a Brass or Zinc plate lor your door irona 5s. GLA8'S Stencil Plates for Marking Liners, &c. Jnitiais nd name, 28 M; initillols onh, 15 6d, Sent 1t free to any address on recci»t of stamps to CLASS.It Co., Enoraveks I.;¡¡¡;snil. 81L\> and. I .kn4RA:, Pa :IåUI? CJ,.um7. 14 SlC1\.?-iESS OLD AGF., AND DEATH. Ql at L'EATH, for ONE SHILLING per Week. 1. -wV £ C5, at Death, f.,r FIFTEEN SHILLINGS per week in ;ckl!ijl5. for SIXPENCE; £ 10 at DEata, Dr 2s 6d per week in 8iekDC83, for (IE PENNY por week, pail Monthly, by anyone about the aces c-f 20 to 20, to tll,) WESTERN PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION. E3' tablished 18..S. President: Karl Fartescuc; Vice-Presi- dents: Lord. Abeidare, Rev D. Howell (Wrexham), John Cory, Eaq., J.P. (CardiiT;, .ltc. Other sums :¡,t ditferen ages for proportionate ratts. Upon examination, tbe Society wilt be found to be the best in existence. SA FE and Cheap. It LII.3 entered more than ELEVEN THOU- SAND MRMlllOI and has psid \0 them more tnn SlXTY .Fl VE THOU¡;:A2n P'H;HJ3 in Benefits. It ha.1 iftved and now invested ever FORTY-ONE THOUSAND Pi)LD3. Members incar no expenses, nJ are :laole tü no dutic3, fme, Qr ioss ef cimc. Females may join. Rules 13 each. For further information, send stamp to Yr W- C. AMERY, 25, Singteton-torrace, Swansea 3146 Certain Curo for Ncnous DebIlIty. GRATIS, a MEDICAL WORK, shewing sufferers how tM) ml.)" be cured and recover Health and V1tality, without the aid (Jf Quacks, with Recipes for purifying the Blood and renlOYlng Skin Affections, Free on receipt of stamp tQ prepay PQsta.ge.-Address, Secretary, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham, 5767 LOST AND FOUND. LOST, À CORNELIAN RIG, with figures carved upon it, and old fashioned setting. A reward wiJ1 be s:;v"n.-Apply to Rev. E. Fishbourne, Ll;¡ndaff, or to he Office f this Paper. 40005 MONEY. INVITATION to participate in the large DRAWINGS OF CASH PUIZES, sanctioned and guaranteed by the Government of the Duchy of Brunswick. Within a few months more than one hali of the tieU.ct8 will btîJ drawn with priii-altog-ethcr 45,000 prizes, amounting to S MILLIONS 920,000 MARK. The draw, ings of these -1;1,000 prizes take place ia six series or cl. An10ng the prizes are capital ones of 450,000 REICHSMARK in the most favorable ca-e, furthermore of 300,000, 150,000, 60,000, three of 40,000 each, three of 30,000 e.t» h, 25,000, five of 20,000 each, 12 of 15,000 each, 12,000, 22 of 10,001) Mark each, .ie, & The price: of the tickets for the Dnwig, which takes n1ace ON THE 16TH OF JANUARY next, is as follows WHOLE ORIGINAL TICKI £ TS, 10 SHILLINGS HALF ORIGINAL TICKETS, 8 SHILLINGS, which will ùe forwarded by the undersigned to any address ún receipt of tho amount in Rl.nku"tës, Postage Stamps, ur by Money Order. To each participant I shall forwarrt the ORIGINAL TICKETS, BEARING THE GOYElC\- MENTAL S!<:AL,to,:5ethcr wi11 the OFFICIAL prospsttus tliat contains all further particulars. IMMEDIATELY alter the Drawing, the official lists of prizes are eilt to a1i participants, and the prizes paid tù tbe respedive winners. Orders are respectfully soliited BEFORE THE 10TH OF JANUARY, IS79, by N. REISS, State Securities ntíic, BRUNSWICK (Germany), 5924 13RlCHTHOR-PliJ.iŒl'iADE, No. 10. MOLy.-nlMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES, under 1. the New Ad, 1679. £ 20 to £ 2,000 may UQW be obtaiacd at a few hours' notice, upon Borrower's own Security, in any part of England or Wales. To proye the genuineness of our systm of business, aJ: tran3a,ct:on;¡ arè fully explained and completed by Borrower's Solickor or any other, anl no Law Costs Sffe charged unlesø the money 1s advanced. Apply by letter or personally tu Air J. H. EYLES, ?1I:II1:tgcr, 44, Commercial-street-, 40141 Newport, Iotl. 'VTO FEES.-C"siJ Advanced from £ 20 to £ 1.000 on .1. borrowers' own selr¡t,y .J. M'Carthy, 44,Commer- cial-street, Newport, },1ull.-PrœpecLW!l;,s forwarded grs- on application 31300 CASH ADL\.KCED, from £ to £ 500, 011 short notice, or any tangible to the Agent, Ir JUcli?el.-ori, 6, Flannel-street, Abergavenny; fir 12, Orchard-street, I3rynrlla\u. 40001 mm-; '.V est uf E:¡;LllI1 Loan and Discount Company I advance Loins, from £ 10 tl) £.5i'V, without delay. t?househn!,ler. g'J!}t¡encn, farmers, bonders and ot;,ers. uvm notes of hand, lc;¡, sh." c.\I, household furn, l nr and other sccunt>es: strict confidence. Repayable bj easy instalments. Trade biils discounted. -Apply Uj ltte" or personally, to S. Biaiberg, Monger, 2, terrace, Cardiff; úr H. Ccinuiercial-stret-t, N rort, MOll. No fc qr law COtt7.3. g,r' STOPPAGE OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND R\XlC- J £ 30,00-J ready to he Adv:1.I1eed.-Parties requiring temporary assistance can obtain sam, in sums frolll £ 20 to £ 2,0X), by applying, either personal1y or by letter, to S. Biaiberg, 2, Bute-terrace, Cardiff. The strictest secrecy iu all transactions guaranteed. 30011 '1' J BUSE supplies LOANS on shipping 1 s or building debentures and stares in OOln\;<llUe". life a"¡urn:1Ce policies, houses, shops <)1' odices, wharves or warehouses, collieries, railway t [\leks. Also small sums lent on personal security, fu-nPuro, or moveable property.—Busc, 7, l'emp:c-3t."Gt:t, Swansen. SS503 G ESSRS. W. and S. HERX, Estate Agents, 15, WOI K- i y 1 kii>street, Caruiif, are prej>ared to ADVANCE from £ 50 Lü £ *5,000 Oil Mort^jge of Freenoid 01' Lease- hold Property and Írow Am w £ 5u0 on personal security. _JFL636 A Money to LEND, In eonnect'ot 1 V ° V?V/- with Life Assurance, for thre« yoars ru: upwards, at moderate ratl)3w No otiCf3 routina Address, or ajipl*. Manager, Assurance Oti.e, 74, Croc^ r. crbtown, Cardiff. S0024 rpo FARMERS AND OTHERS.—SUMS from £ lo to 1 £1,1)00 advaueed, in sti-ict co.afiù011 cc, without deray, or personal surceies Ni> fe,'s.-4PpJJ', by 1etta, or personally, tv WillJ41lJ I'o A eli, Implewcnt and AJwiure Agent, 1, PataJlse-plaoe, Ostrdiif. 3-5773 E-1rDA\IS and CO. Ai>VA:iCÈ-hom £ 50 to £ 1,000 j* on Approved Personal SECCr.JTY, and Larger AmoIDlte on l\8!l.l Security, repayable by Monthl:: or (quarterly Instalrnenia.-Apply at Raglan Chambers, l're (Rlioiidda). ,10010, THE CARDIFF and COUNTY 1,OA. and FURNISH- IG COMPANY Advance at a Day's notice, from £ 2 w £ 200, tiJ Private Householders, Ifa.nuer, Trades- meo, wÜ on their own "'J1Fity anù ÍllS;riCt coulidonee. No Loan Office routine terms ÙWU(;I".C; easy re-payments; distance no tv I Sal.OueJ, Mau¡¡gcr. 100, Bute-road, L;a,nliíf. 34^4 PONTMORL MS LOAN OFFICE, MEKTHYR.—Mousy immediately advanced irom £ 5 anu upwards, tty 1r W. R. Cohen, w Tiadesmen, Householders, FaT- mers, and otheN ou thcir Furniture, &c. without removal or inconvenience in aCl1 way. Repay- ab4e by easy in3t&1m<;¡nts. Distance no object. AU ap- plications puu<;tU3.!1y attended tl). Strictly private. one gejiuixre ¡-efu:S8d.-Apply p £ iso*»Ux, or by fetter, to 20 a»id21, P.iltmorla..is, ertr '].);Clí1.1. 190^2 MONEY. — Gentlemen, Farmers, Tradesmen, and Others, who reqnire money at one day's notice, frum £ 10 to £ 1,000, in town or country, on personal se- curity, should apply, stating amount required, to West- mÏ11èter Deposit Bank. 21.6, Westminster 13rid"e.,rl):W, London. R. l'arnell, Manager. N.B.-Thlil Public are particularly cautioned agaÎn3t IoD aBd alluring adver- tisements in London and country papers. 3()T oU:lrtT WALKS LOAN COMPAN Y.—Alvances from £ 3 to £ 1,00<J to all cla:>se-3, "-I. a few hours' notice, on Furniture, Stock, Jewellery, œe., without removal; dis- tance nv object; repayable or monthly, fortuightly, or weekly in.;t6!ment, to suit bC)JTf)wcN.-Appy, personally or by letter, 1. Seune, 39, High-stieet, S\Vansca. Attend- Ince at the Branch ofHce, Upper Market-street, Haver- fordwest, every Wednesday, from 11 a.m., to 4 p.m.3317G MONEY LENT at a few hours' notice, by Kr H. SI. IjEUUtSTiHjf, 190, Hij^i-street, Dowiai-i, iu sums vf £ 5 and upwards, which may be repaid by instal- mentd to suit ronvenienee of the borrower. To Í1ou.rehf)l,ie:-s, tradesmen, farmers, and work-men, upon note of hand or household furniture, 8Wek-in-tl,de, h.);se3, cows, wth01) ren)úV3. and in tre stricst con- fiJ ,ceo Alii*, upon deposit of plate, &wck.in.tradE", or any available security. Nut being-connected with loan cilices, all U;1MCcJ8S:\ry loan ofHce fees dbpeood with. Distance .;0 obicct. Branch OGks, 50. Card iE-street, Aberdare 20, Albert-street, Blaehavou, and 173, King- street, Brynmawr. Open daily. 20025 » CASH Advanced to £ 100, without Sureties or ot- 9j Delay. a a CASII Advanced to fptO, upon Furniture or o» U Stock (without removal.) t* CASH Advanced to £ 100; to Farmers, Clerk" u 8clJoo!masteT8, Clergymen, & CASH Advanced to £ 100, to Pay out Writs, o&ij Rents, Claims, Ac. Apply to, personally or by letter, Mr H. Freodiuan, Avon HOWIe, St. Helen's-road, SWi!nsea. Branches 11), College-street, Swansea High-street, Aberavon. N.B.)lr Free Iman offers no impossible ad"nt.nge8 to borrowers, hilt will' enùeavour to advance cash at a reasonable price, awl on strict confidence. Ottice hours b in the mornulJ tn 10 at Dill:h. SViiOl jGOw AAA-THE LONDON AND PROVINCIAL c&OO'VVV DEPOSIT BANK make ADVANCES from £ 10 to £ 1,500 at a day's notice in any part of Eng- land or Wales to Gentlemen, Fanners, Tradesmen, a"d others upon note of hand alone, furniture bnu stock, lcee dooJs, cr jewellery, irom one month to ten years, without sureties, publicity, law costs, r dely. -Apply 8tat.1 amount required, to Mr E. V¡¡¡ars, 117, G eat Russell-street, B,ooll1sbucy. London, W.C. N,n. -NQ (4)nDection with inaUOtuce companies or agents. Privacy guaranteed. Write for information and propectU3, and ly say where you_tlw r.dvcrtIDe.t.- 39256 MONEY WITHOUT SURETIES. —Before pplýi 1.l. elsewhere for!\ Loan, send for a Propectns of the NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, Limited, 3, Great ha.rleIl-:3trect, Birmingham, which will show whr6 any r8lipon!ubl,} BoJTower can immediately obtain money upon their own security, at a much lower interest than charged by Loan Societies or Deposit Banks. O SURETIES, Law Costs, or unnecessary cxpensc8 reo quired, and tb., strictest secrccy can be a.ielyre1ie(l upon. Apply per5i)nally, 01 state amount required, and when. DA VID TURNER. Manager. N.B. Dbtvoce no object. The advances made bv the above Bank during the past few years exceed TWO MILLIONS, 5715—5333 and no good application is cver refused. Ed. 167. THE EYES. rjlHE JlYES Sight Rctoreù and Spectacles 110 longer needed. A CU1tK FOR THE nLINV. An Di3eases of the Eyes Cured hy the use of [I R BALL'S PATENT 1 V 0 RYE Y E CUPS. Eyes, Dimness of Vision, Ncar S¡;iJt, Inflammation, Ca.hra.ctJ, ÚJs of Sight. For particulars, eadose addressed Stamped Envelope to J. Fletcher, &.iehm<>uJ-rJ.:a. l'Q:t1bJ", > "he.>tcr. sua. mi 1 f go latt far Ctaftfifiqtitttt. | ^LAiNDAUF MADRIGAL SOCIETY. a j The LLANDAFF MADRIGAL SOCIETY will hold their SECOND "LADIES' NIGHT" at the TOWN- HA1.L, CARDIFF (by kind permission of the Mayor), on WEDNESDAY, ho 15th Januasy, 1877. Tickets fprice 6s eaoh) to be ebkivinsd of the Hon. Sec., Mr Edward F. Lynch Blusse, Tim Deanery, Llan- datf; or of Mr William Lewis, St:1.tioner, Duke-street, Cardiff. TO pARTIES FURNISHING. JJICKS FURNITURE I FOR THE MANSION. FOR THE VILLA. FOR THE COTTAGE. I 7 AND 8, ST. JAMES'S BARTON, BRISTOL. FURITURE DRAWING-ROOM, J) DINING-ROOM, ■PARLOUii, KITCHEN. I 7 & 8, ST JAMES'S BARTON, BRISTOL. jglCK'S I JjlURNITURE B ICR'S THE MOST EXTENSIVE FURNITURE SHOWROOMS ¡' 09477 IN BRISTOL. 7 S, ST JAMES'S BARTON, BRISTOL. J^EBENHAM AND JJEWETT, HUUSE FURNISHERS AND WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WAREHOUSEMEN. CAVENDISH HOUSE, CHELTENHAM. The ANNUAL WINTER SALE at CAVENDISH HOeSe, CHELTENHAM, commenced on MONDAY, DcMiiber 30th, and CONTINUES for 21 DAYS. GREAT BARGAINS IN HIGH-CLASS COSTUMES, BALL-DRESSES, MANTLES, SILKS, AND DRESS MATERIALS. Patterns Free bv Post. A'so in Surplus Stock of CARPETS, CURTAINS, and FURNITURE in the EXTENSIVE FURNISHING SHOW- ROOMS AND GALLERIES. 14575 SILBER LIGHT.—The Times says A,, nearer approach to sunlight than has ever before been obtained." The British Medical Journal Jays: "In the whole oi Mr Sil- ber's inventions there is notice- able [l. complete att(;Ilti0u to, and adoption oi. natural laws." The Worid says Allows the ;nOQt delicate shades of colour tQ be I distinguished." QILBER LIGllT. —Tlie Silber MiTatnT' o Burner: By far the best. Flat- flame Burner for Pllt -oleum yet intr..duœd." -lIr. W, Wallace, F.R.S,E ,F.C.C., Public Analyist and Gas Examiner for the City of Glasgow. SILBER LIGHT.—Fit all lamps and gas- fittings, and n1aùe in various pat. terns 10 suit all oils. The Silber Light Company, Limited, Manu- factory and Show Rooms, 49, Whitecross-street, E.C. ''List of Local Agents on applica- tion. 39241 JflREDERICK ^TA TERM AN, CARRIAGE BUILDER, CARDIFF. SHOW ROQMS—14, ST. JOIIN'S-SQUARH MANUFACTORY—WORKING-STREET. A SELECT STOCK of CARRIAGES, IIcc. finished and in course of An inspection respectfully solicited. 7913 REMARKABLE TESTIMONY Ci FAVOtm OF PARR'S LIFE PILLS. • WET.WVX, Hart3, September, 18, 1870. GENTTJVBJ,—I shall feel obliged if you will forward to me another supply of 1'.UR',5 LIFE PfLLR for which I en. close amount In payment. I nave 1\ good demand for your Medicine, and fre- quently hear of its curative powers one case is really re- markable. About ten years ago a Tradesman iu this Village, of regular aud temperate habits, suddenly lost appetite and strength, was under medicol treatment for ruQ1Jth with- out relief, and appeared t, be gradually breaking up. Having bceu induced to trY PARR'S LIFE PILL. he was at once rsheved, in a few weeks completely rØ3torùù, and at.the present time ii stronger and more vigorous than II.t any prcvioUII period of his life, Yours respect,fuliv, EDMUND LAWRANCE. Messrs T. ROEBMS & Co. Chemist. Sold by appointment by allfrespectabie ClJcmiai3 and Medicine Vendors, iu Boxes, 18 ltd, 2s 9d, and in Family Packets, lis each. Th boxoo, at 89d contain nearly throe small, and those I Is contain nearly fiv at 2s \1:1. i:rections in S¡"ni,¡J" Portuguese, French, and Engiisj, are folded round each box wnen W ordered. 2*119 TO ALL WHO SUFFER from Indigestion. TO ALL WHO SUFFER from Headache. TO ALL WHO SUFFER from Pile. DR. SCOTT'S BILIOUS AND LIVER PILLS wiii be foiniu invaluable, giving speedy and durable relief, lhese Pills, the recipe (f the hte L'r Scott, of Bromley, have now beau before the Public for 70 years as a atasRAb Aperient Family Medicine viihoui Merctiry, and may be relic 1 upou as a euro for ElLWUI AND LiviiP. COMPLAINTS, INDIGESTION, WIND, SPA ms, Fori. Hurvru, NERVOUS DBPRRSMON, IHHATI- LASSMI D LO«B OF APPKTITE, 1'vsi KraiA, KKART- ECUS, SOCR EEUCIAUOSS, LOWNKSS In Srurrs with sensa. tion ot fulness at the pit of the STOMACH, GIDUI>KSS, СZZIS"'5g of the LYES, and all those other symptoms which none l-ut 3. sufferer can describe. They are invalu- able for HAEIT"Ai. CO-STI\BKK«>S, COSFIHUBD SLueauuutsas 01' LIVER, or for persons litrcring frum PILES, amI can be taken at any time without restraint from business or pJC3.'H1J"£', henc they are a most valuable domestic meùi. cine, being mild in their opperntioti, and grateful to ths Stomach, giving a hesiihfni tone aHJ vigour to the dif- ferent secret.ons, causing the neccsss-ry organs of the Stomach and Liver to resume their activity, thus restor- ing the appet'te, promoting digestion, and strengthening the w hole system. Prepared oply by W. LAHISKRT, lA, Vere-sti ect, London. W., in boxes Is lAd, and three times the quantity in one ::8 9d, or post tree 15 or a5 Btawpa. and sold by all respectable medicine vendors throughout the world. The genuine are in a square green package.—Take uo othee. j 34042 •jy^R. M. H. COCH RANE7 F. C. S., ANALYTICAL CHEMIST, LABORATORY, i PEARSON-PI^ACE, DOCKS. CARDIFF, Is prepared to execute ANALYSES, and EXAMINA- of JUNERALS, FOODS. &c., of all kinds. Fur particulars and terms, apply as above. 33-287 LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. L" IEBIG COMP A NY S EXTR ACT OF Meat. A slight addition of the Extract gives great strength and flavour to Soups, Made Dishes and Sauces, aud effects great economy. LIEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF M J Ment. Caution—Genuine ONLY with fac- simile of Baron Liebig's Signature, in Blue Inn, across Label. IEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF M J Meat. In use in most households through- out the Kingdom. IEBIG COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. 391fi3 LEA In consequence of Spurious JLJ fc Imitations of Worcestershire Sauce P LEA and PERRINS have adopted ANEW LABEL, SAUCE. bearing theiT Signature, which is placcd on every bottle of WORCESTERSHIRE Lrf & SAUCE, and without whieh none is genuine. PTJITJTXTC Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, Woreester Crosse & Blackwell, London TT aud Export Oilmen generally. SALCE. Retail by Dealars throughout the W.xld, 35784 —562 FOR WHOLESOME BREAD U" SEBORWTCK'TBAKTNG^POW^^ jiOR PASTRYAND PUDDINGS USE BORWICK'S BAKING POWDER ^WARDED FOUR GOLD MEDALS" 600,000 PACKAGF.3 SOLD WEEKLY. IT IS INVALUABLE ON BOARD SHIP. 7049 39621 TILE NEW SERIAL TALE ENTITLED "COfVARD CONSCIENCE" By the well-known writer F. W. IiOBINSON, Is now appearing weekly, in the CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. YR WYTHNOS BON. Rydded hysbys i'n Darllenvfr a'n Go- hebwyr Cymrei9, vr ail gychwynir Y GOLOFN GYIREIG YN Y CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS, Dydd GfVENER Nesaf, Ion. 4Wld, Dan Olygioeth DAFYDD MORGANWa (Mr D. W. Jo hps, Uirwain, Awdwr Yr Ysgol Farddol," Hanes Morjianwg," Yr Ysgol Gymreigrf-c. Bjtdded i'n Gohebwjr Cymreig gyfeirio cu, jrofieb- iaethau i'r Golygdd. Ýr ydym un addaw gwneyd Y Golofn Gymreig mor ddy- dd»rol i'n darllenwyr ag sydd yn ddichon aduvj. adllY. The SOUTH DAILY NKWS" CA:I be obtained In London daily, immediately citei She arrival of the 11).1" a.m. Tran- from Messes Staru & Scstfs Uor.kstAH, I'aadington, ami froui Mr W. il. Kviatat-iv 34 j jjouviwr" THE CASTLES AND ABBEYS OF SOUTH WALES & MONMOUTH. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. The Proprietors of the CARDIFF TIMES AI, SoUTH WALKS WBEKLY NEWS" have the piea.su of announcing that they h v. made arrangements for the publication of a scnes of POPULAR HISTORICAL ARTICLES Upon the principal CASTLES AND ABBEYS OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTH, BY J. ROLAND PHILLIPS, Barrister-atrLaw, of the South Wales Circuit, ana Author of the "Memoirs of the Civil Weir of Wales and the Marches." The Articles will appear weekly in the CARDIFF TIMES hOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS, and will include CARDIFF CASTLE. 81YAN1ŒA CASTLE. CAKJtPHILI.T CASTLE. ABBEY. CARMARTHEN CASTLE. HAVERFORDWEST CA3TLB. MARGAM AEBT.Y. CARDIGAN CASTLK. CHSPSTOW CASTLE.. LANTHONf ABBtY. NEATH ABBEY. PEilBROKE CASTLK. And various other Local Casties aud Abbey* THE DATES UPON WHICH TrlE ARTICLES APPEAR I ARE AS FOLLOWS :— CARDIFF CASTLE FRIDAY, Nov. 22. CAERPHILLY CASTLE.FRIDAY, Nov. 29. CHEPSTOW CASTLE .FRIDAY, DEC. 6. TINTEEN ABBEY FRIDAY. DEc. 13. SWANSEA CASTLE FRIDAY, DEC. 20. NEATH ABBEY FRIDAY, DEC. 27 MARGAM .ABBEY FRIDAY, JAN. 3 CARMARTHEN CASTLE FRIDAY, JAN. 9 THJE •CARDIFF TIMES & SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS." THE GREAT WEEKLY PAPER FOR WALES. 72 Long Columns—Price 2d—72 Long Columns. SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOUTH TVALES DAILY NEWS AND CARDIFF TIMES. The Proprietors of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NETYS and CARDIFF TIMES have much pleasure in intimating that they have nvide arrangements for publishing a series of Special Contributions, independent of, and in addition to, the usual number of Special Arti. etes on M is eel lansjiis Subjects I.—THE HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF THE POltTS OF CARDIFF,SWANSEA, NE WPORT, &c., in a series of not less thun Twelve Articles. The Articles will be fur- nished by Gentlemen resident in the several Ports reported upon, and will contain a mass of valuable information to those engaged in the Shipping and Coal Trades of the Bristol Channel. The series commenced on Tuesday, Nov. flU, and mil be continued EACH TUES. DA Y until computed. II.—LETTERS TO THE PRINCE OF WALES ON THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF THE BRITISH PEOPLE.. By LVKE THE LABOURER," These Arl;des will possess especia-1 value at this juncture. They will deal with the past of the British People, the present Trade and Conuacrcuil Depression, and sug- gest a new Departure in English Social and Colonial Policy. The series commenced on Wednesday, NOV. 27, and icili be continued A. GH WEDNESDAY until complehd. III.—THE DOINGS AND DODGES OF OUR SOCIAL WASTRELS. By an EX- MKNDICITY OFFICER. This series of articles will be on the following subjects ;-1, Intro- ductory High Flyers, or Kite Flyers J, Professional Impostor; 4, Strike or The Starving Dodge5, Educated Tramps; 6, 7, Thieving T'ramps 8, On the Downright9, Workhouse Vag- rants, JO. A Peep into a Cardiff P(1;J.diIiJ Ken f' 11, Miscellaneous Dodycs 12, Anec- dotes of Tramp Life, from aiiZhenlic sources. T its series commenced on Thursday, Nov. 26, and will be continued EACH DA r until completed. IV.—THE STORY OF THE COINS IN THE CARDIFF MUSEUM. By the Rev, W. E. }finks, of the Bethany Baptist Church, Card if. Mr Wtnks, who has recently ar- ranged the coins in the Cardif Museum, trill tell their story in four or jive Articles. Tra-s series commenced on Friday, Nov. 11.9, and will be continued EACH FRIDAY until completed, V.— THE GREAT RELIGIOUS BE. LIEFS AND IMPULSES OF THE WORLD. By a Protestant Enquirer. This series of Articles will be highly interesting to religious readers, and iell traverse the lines of Judaism, Zoroastriamsm, Hinduism, Buddh- ism, Confacinstry, Otri^lianity, Mahom- mrdanistn, and some Modern Religious Movements. This series icill extend to at least tvxlvc Articles. It commenc-d on Saturday, JYoc. 3U, and will be continued EACH SA TURDA Y until completed. VI.—A TRIP TO OYSTERMOUTH. By One Who Knows the Way. In three Articles. VII.—ECHOES OF THE WEEK, by "-PfrrSR PLAT?AIR." frill continue to appear EACH MONDA Y. THE CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. FIRST EDITION. 7 a.m. FRIDAY. SSCCVD EDITION 7 a.m. SATURDAY. The Contents THIS Ti EEK include .— 1.—TEE CRISIS IN THE SOCTH WAIUS COAL AND IRON TRADES. 2.—LORD ABEEDAKE ON TEMPERANCE Full Report. 3.—AGRICULTURE IN WALKS. 4.—PRESENTATION TO THE MAYOR AND MAYORESS OF ABERAVON. 5.-THE DISTRESS AMONG THE WORKING CLASSES Relief Meetings in South Wales. 6.—EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS Glamorgan- shire and Monmouthshire. 7.—THE AFGHAN WAR. 8.—STORY OF THE COINS IN CAREIFE MUSEDM Article V. 9.—THE FAILURE OV THE WEST OF ENGLAND BASK Proposal to Form a. New Bank. 10.—THE CASTLES AND ABBEYS OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE MAT-GAM Abbey. 11.—POSITION OF CARDIFF AS A PURr: Article VI. 12. — IiHTTKRS TO THE PRIN'CE OF W ALES T No. VI. 13.—THE DOINoa AND DODGES OF OUR SOCIAL WASTRELS Educated Tramps (continued). 14.—THS GREAT RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND IM- PULSES OF THE WORLD. 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