Symud i'r prif gynnwys
Cuddio Rhestr Erthyglau

3 erthygl ar y dudalen hon

Advertising

Hysbysebu
Dyfynnu
Rhannu

THE undersigned, from the commence- 1 ment of hit business here. has been endeaTouriogo 'Dd until now with varying success, to make a PERFECT LOAF OF BREAD, An l has now succeeded. It is no hyperbole to say that this event is most important to the Cardiff public. The price of the Loaf deliverer is 51 for 41bs., Bat this can on De obtained by the consumer obtaining book in advance, containing 12 cheques, one of which ust be given to the person delivering the bread, in exchange for the lottl PRICE OVER THE COUNTER, 5D. Q. E O R G E JJ OPKINS AMERICAN MARKET, HAYES, CARDIF. 34372 'lttl1JfiU{J øtlt"g. WT- Y- EDWARDS v CARDIFF and NEW VOHK l'e iiirt-i'lass Steamers of this Line will sail as fol- lows:— FROM CARDIFF TO NEW YORK.. RliEOLA," 2,300 tor,s.SATURDAY, Jan. 11. RHIW'INDDA," 3,000 tons.. SATIBDAV, Feb. 1. RliELBIN A," 2,500 tons. To follow. FIWM NEW YOU K TO CARDIFF. RIIIWINDDA," S,000 tons SATURDAY, Jan. 11 RHLOLA," 2,300 tons SATURDAY. Feb. 1 "RUEUHrNA," 2,500 tons To follow. THROUGH BILLS OF LADING for all classes of GOODS and PARCELS to and from the inland towns in England, and places in the WESTERN STATES of AMERICA and CANADA, including- CHICAGO, St LOUiS, MILWAUKEE, St PAUL'S, TOLEDO, BUF- FALO, DETROIT, TORONTO, &e, &c, in conjunction Wit)) the Erie, Great \Vc3tern of Canada, Lake Shore,aud Michigan Southern Railway Companies. W. Y EDWARDS, Cardiff aud Newport; TURNER, EDWARDS, AND CO., Bristol; „ G. F. BULLEY, 51, South-street New Iork. 582, TTTATERFORD & CORK f | and the whole of the South of Ireland, per FAST TRAIN on the Ireland, per FAST TRAINS on the 5:ø' GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY and pow rtnl ;t\ a' s'lips, via Milford Haven. THE WATER- £ «RD STEA.V-KRS RUN DAILY, and DO NOT CONVEY LATILE AND LIVE STOCK, but Passengers and Cargo The CORK steamers leave New Milford on Tbure- ai*3 and Saturdays, returning on Mondays. Wednes y., »'jd Fridays. Special boats for the conveyance of cattle eave Waterfo.d for New Milford on Mondays, Tuesday s, an'i Fridays, and on such other dvs as may be nece- See Great Western Time Books,or apply at any_of ♦ii^ompanj 's stations. 40117 STF. M ytiCKET COMMUNICATION BETWEEN r^ORK, NEWPORT, and \_J CARDIFF. FlRST-CLAf-3 PASSENGER STEAMERS. Tbe City of Cork Steam Packet Co., Steamers *>11 leave C'> KK for "NEWPORT and CARDIFF EVERY "ON F>A Y, returning to CORK from NEWPORT EVERY WElrK B 'AY and for CARDIFF EVERY THURSDAY. inroug-i, rates for Goods and Cattle can b. arranged on JPP'ieation to the Company at Cork, or their Agents. See handbills. Ilar s-Cabin, Cl Is; Cabin Return TicT.et, available *?r one month (including Steward's fees), £ 1 lis 6d; Deck, 7s. Foi- further particulars sec small bills AG ENTSI CARDIFF.—Jlr E. C. DOWNING, SUipbroker. rn»LP0R?—Mr JAMES MADDoCK. "■"•-City of Cork Steam Packet Co. Limited, Pen- 03e Quay. 3499 9834 AM ERICAN LINE. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA, Fiurt EVERY WEDNESDAY. dation luH powered Iron Steamships. Aeeomtno- •i»no-»L Passenger# equal to any European Line. Pas- t>! ,Y „and goods landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf i tne Pennsylvania Railroad. This is the shortest and route to tbe West. Apply to RICIIARL-SON, Spbkcb, and Co., 17 and 19, Water-stTee Livei-pool; JONES BROS, and Co Bute J^cks, Cardiff; JAMES ATRE, 162., Bute-road, Cardiff; •J>hks Bros and Co., Dock-street, Newport; ROOTR JOXH Hijrh.Btreet, Pontypridd; TILVST and Co., Abertillery* 30668 ALLAN LINE. JA- SIIOBTKST OCEAN PASSAGE TO AMERICA. HALIFAX, CANADIAN, AND UNITED (' oiArES MAII* Lcav TTvr^n/^l'1V'vc;i'y First-elasw Steamers. Deprv J'.lvPOOl, every THURSDAY, and LONDON- Pnin r i .ever-v FRIDAY, for HALIFAX, QUEBEC, and BALTIMORE. Through Tickets to iJObrO?:, NEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, and to al) points in Canada and the Stite?. Low Fares and excellent Accommodation. Passengers wlio secure their Tickets before leaving home are met at the R:ii!wiy Station by an appointed Agent of the Company, who takes charge of them until they go on board the steamer. The Canadian Government grants Assisted Passages by the Allan Line. Write for the Pamphlet lord Dufcrin in Manitoba." Apply to Allan Brothers and Co., Liverpool or London- derry: or to G. Bird, 46, Bute-street, Cardiff; T. J. Rise, 7, Temple-street, Swansea F. Foley, Foley's Hote', Pc,, li: P. S. Thomas, British Schools, Llandovery; W. Wilton Locke, 10, Great Dock-street, and John Young, Jcrew Packet Wharf, Newport, Mon. 4929 -.c.: THE MOST NOBLE the MARQUIS of BUTE has Conferred a distinguished HONOUR upon Mr W. Pedler, 31, St, Mary-street, Cardiff, in 8Taciou8ly accepting his Book of the Umbrella," and Ire are authorised to state that this enterprising trades- rn n has resolved to GIVE A COPY OF THIS SAM* BOOK TO lACU customer purchasing 5s worth of Goods at his Establishment from the present date to New Year's Day. rbia Book s-hould be possessed by all who may desire to tnow something about this most ancient and useful "1.icle of social comfort aud convenience. It '■ a gos- IiPing volume, giving an interestng account of the ^Tibrella, ancient and modern. QUALITY 13 OUR LEADING FEATURE. JMBRE L LAS, in Ladies' and Gentlemen's SizeN TELESCOPE WALKING CANES, M ex- hibited at the Paris Exhibition. RAILWAY POXITMANEAUS & LEATHER BAGS for Ladies and Gentlemen. LEATHER POCKET-BOOKS, WALLETS, LETTER CASES, &c. The Best LEATHER PURSES for Ladies and Gentlemen, specially suitable for Christmas Presents. UMBRELLA, STICK, AND LEATHER BAG ESTABLISHMENT, 3 1, S T. MARY-STBBT, CARDIFF. 40036 J. M. H A I ME, COAL MERCHANT. i'aIhp C°AL. Mynyddislwyn Red Ash. l i HOl 3E COAL, No. S Vein. C0AL> po^»'8 Red Ash. Llantwtt, THROUGH-AND-THROUGH HOUSE OOAU hMALL HOI SE COAL. fcMALL SMITHS' COAL. LARGE STEAM COAL, Smokeless COAL, Smokeless. ~f' STEAM COAL. Rites for large quantitiee, or for a term. 4, PEARSON'S I LACE, DOCKS. Res -Jtjtoo: Ton Hoøn, fan G Tudmakthij. <971 11 MUST PREVAIL."—Coxhon SKIBB. ;.jtd ][TAM and A-PS .isdjpBLT HATS and CAPS OF EYERY DESCRIPTION. S. WEICHERT, MANUFACTURER, 39 BUTE STREET; V? STREET, CARDIFF. (LBTAJiLISHMD 18SS). FFER3 nothing extraordinary, buv really Good Articles at tor and rea^o.jab'e prices. He does not keep iam:ejse stocK> but su»Beieutly]anrofor any persoa Jo select from. lie d^es not s.ll J"Reaper ths^auy •wier house in the traae,' bui- quite as cheap as any. s- W. j5 in possession of AIlic-Aine's Patent *Con- •orinattur, the only Instrument which takes the exact *Ze, and thus secures a Perfect Fit. A VISIT WILL AT ALL TIMES BE VlRY MUCH IPPRFCIAAT.,D. — oj-il KERNICK'S VEGETABLE WORM LOZENGES. the most efficacious remedy ever introduced foi -*v 'tVlls~ They may be taken by childreu of all age# ^'th perfect safety, and are also useful for children •« delicate stomauhs and pale completions. II Sm —A woman gave two of the lozenges fw fire S|°n')n?TB, and by to doing the child got rid of no less wiAfieiyhty WOntle.-DANIXL MOROVN, Nelson." 0. )r • Hams, of Cefncoetl, miner's child, had got rid J 0 w. ruis in a ustik whilst taking a box of your worm »:JI1orus» a"d 8be has improved wonderfully in heaith PRICS, i_e'n, Jlerthyr. cu.stotner of mine, a short time ago, bought a box your worm lozenges to try the effect on his child, w:is vory ill. Ine little boy got rid of forty large *p„i'n8' aurl 80 many siuall ones that they could not "*C;10« ti.iai. — JAVKS MIVRICK. l'rUtn Mr MORGAN, Pejidarran.-&i)d me 12 dozen fhit-our Ta'llil^e worm lozenges; they are curing ail the ■"Mldren Jn this neitrbbourliood." Prepared only by ( S- P. KERNICK, MANUFACTURING CHEMIST, ) t. DUKE RTI EBT, CAKDInr. 111 at la J _ci., and T.jtl., b^- the appointed L wa bv most rsPDt'f'tabir Cheuiiats and Druggists, 8-19 AUCTION APPOINTMENT. Messrs BEYyON and HUGHES. Jau 7 Horses, Csirri^jes, he, at Swansea 8 Household Furniture, at Swansea Mr ELIAS H. DAVIES. Jftn & Feb Leasehold Property • • • • Mr J. H. FIELDER. Jan g Horse', at Bristol ",i 4n\* Messrs WILLIAM GRAH AM SO a Contractor's Plant, Ac nt Newport Mr T. S. HUNTLEY. JaD 7 Household Furniture, iic. at Cai'ton- Mr JOHN M. LEEDER. Jan 9 Furniture, at Swansea ■■ • Mr MADDOX.Jan. 10 Household Furniture, tie., at J^oatn • • & YJ Household Furniture, at Cardiff. Mr DAvIEk PH1LT>IP». Cabinet Maker's Stock-in-^d^wanga • Messrs STEPHENSON. ALEAANDis.^ Jan. 13 House and Steam Coal, at Card'» ..Jan. 21 Leasehold Property, at Tredeg^rvnie^. JaD) 23 Stoek, Crops, and Effects, at Llanwticn Jall 21 Wines, at Cardiff E&rly Date F,„b..d^ Furniture, Fixtures, &c.. at Khymgey^jj^ iiLE^HfS DAY. JM. AUCTION, on TUESDAY, January Hh, 18/9, under a distress f^ ^iVyjTURE and EFFECTS, HOUSEHOLD FUKNiiui"; IIorsc, Har- Of Mr James «tabie utensils, with 18 fowls. -.tw.'ea w7«,fplJ5a «W''»d »»d ™l" 'Cl,Cn utensils. Sale will take piace :«t t) e Auot;0neer, Bute For further particulura appjy Dock Hotel. 40178 No Reserve^ SHORT NOTICE. p,oATII, CARDIFF. 18, OAKrIELD-S'PLIEET, ERN HOUBFI-IOLD FUR- 1% TRb-JADDOX hS' re^fS'instrnctions l\/rR MADDOA. DISPOSE OF by PUBLIC lfJL from the proprietor toD'h FR1DAY next, the AUCTION, at the above rts..cnce, 10t;i inst., the whole oft,!ie_[7RK ND EFFECTS, HOUSEHOLD FLK^ ?in:I1(r.room suite in hair, Consisting of mahogany d ,?njn? table, mahogany mahogany telescops (- e pier-glass, fender and pedestal writing table, han tareg) walnut oval loo iroiis, carpet and hearthiu,, ^i^g. 0f six chairs, table?, moroeco-coii ered 8 » Brussels carpet, and two easy chairs and coV „ a;nut (5 feet) inlaid hearthrug, fender and irons, van eheffonnieie, very a'ons mahogany marble top hall sioi.al table, flnd^,tnl^0 cha™s, mattin?, stair £ rpet hatstand, tiie appointments of three bed- and rods, together wit PP a)[(j French bedsteads, rooms, oons.sting o » washstands, towel kitchen utensils and sundries. A'^vVrrATF PIANO, by Grover and Grovcr. GoodsCo^vtwE Sale. The Sale will com- "^For-6furth^r'iciTlars'apply to the Auctioneer at his Offices, 76, St. Mary street, Cardilf. 40172 TnE VICTORlT SArE-ROO>,lS, ST MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. To Furniture Dealers, Private Families, Parties About to Furnish, and Others, SALE OF VALUABLE MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MR MADDOX lias received instructions from Mr N. Lawrence, who is giving up the busi- ness, to DISPOSE OF >,y PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above rooms, on WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRI- DAY, the l.jt!i, lijtli, and 17th days of January, 1879, the whole of his va liable and extensive collection of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, full particulars of which will duly appear in bills a:;d catalogues, 7177 Goods on view January 14th. Auctioneer's Offices, 70, St Mary-street, Cardiff. 40112 SALE THIS DAY. IN LIQUIDATION. HILL-STRELT, RHVMNEY. GENFIUL GROCERY, SHOP FIXTURES & UTENSILS, liousi-li-TOLI) FURNITURE & BOOK DEBTS. MESSRS W. H. WILLIAMS and co., are instructed by the Trustee to SELL by AUC- TION, 0:1 the premises, at Rhymney, on TLtSDAY. Janua'rv 7th, 1879, the whole of -'1C STOCK-IN-TRADE, SHOP FIX1LRES & UTENSILS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, & BOOK DEBTS. belonging to the estate of Samuel Williams, Dowlais antl Rhymney, grocer, etc. The STOCK comprises tea,coffee, sugar, mustanl.spices, currants, starch,, blue, soap, soda, matches, candle3, vinegar, Tlce, oatweal, ecru flour, bariey meal, biscuits flour, butter, cheese, bauon, lard, tins of lobster, sardines and condensed milk, pickles, preserves, fancy tea caddies bru lies, iron bedsteads, paints, s1.o" paper, etc. Tlw FIXTURES and LTEXSILS consist of counters shelving, tea, flour and provision scales and weights, tea canisters, etc. The FURNITURE (at Khymnoy) includes the usual ap- pointments of two bedrooms, kitchen, etc The IiOOK DEBTS amount to Wouat £160, and a sche duie of the same may be inspected oil the premises at Rhymnev, on Tuesday morning, after Ten o'clock. The sale will commence each day at One o'clock pre- ciselv. Further particulars may be obtained of the Tiustee, E. T. Collins, Esq., 39, Broad-street, Bristol, or the Auctioneers, Albert Chambers, High-stred, Cardiff, and Exchange, Bristol. 717G 4013û SALE THIS DAI. EXTENSIVE SALE OF CABINET MAKER'S STOCK- IN-TRADE OF HOME-MADE FURNITURE. 208, HIGH-STREET, SWANSEA. MR DANIEL PHILLIPS has been favoured with instructions from Mr Joseph B. Ward, Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer, &c., &c. (who is re- moving to No 7. College-street, corner of Goat-street), to SELL by AUCTION, on the above Premises, on TUES. DAY, January- 7th, 1879, the whole of the extensive STOCK-IN-TRADE, Consisting of mahogany, oak, and deal stained, and painted chests of drawers, couches, sofas, easy and other chairs in hair, leather, and cloth, cane-seateo, maho- gany, cfiicc, kitchen, and other chairs, walnut suites in green and other reps, walnut and other clieffonieres with marble tops and plate-glass backs, pier, chimney, :ond dressing-glasses, walnut and mahogany oval and loo tables round do, occasional and other tables. mahogany and painted washstands and tables, brass and iron bed. steads sprin" "hair, and wool mattresses, palliasses, feather and mill puff beds, mahogany and stained towel rails in "Teat variety, fenders, fire irons, tea trays, coal vases mahogany and brass window pole?, children's chairs, round and square kitchen table*, and every other requisite, of which there is an extensive stock. Dinner ware, electro-plate, &c. Goods on view morning: of ^ale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon precisely. Auctioneer's offices, 7, Dynevor-place, Swansea. 40105 TO be SOLD by AUCTION (under a Mortgagee's Power of sale) by Mr J. BOTHOMLE Y, at Hobbs' Railway Hotel, Dock-street, Newport, on THURSDAY, January 9th, 1879, at 3 o'clock in the after- noon, (subject to conditions then to be produced) all those 48-64th parts or Shares of and in that British-built, fast-sailing, and well conditioned BRIGANTINE VINE," Of Liverpool, of the measurement in Length of 92ft. 5-iOth; Breadth, 22ft; Depth, about 12ft, and of the registered tonnage of 153 tons, but of the Burthen of 250 tons or thereabouts, and shifts without ballast. She underwent extensive repairs a short time :<go, is well found in stores, and may be seen at Pillgwenlly Wharf, in the Port of Newport, Mon., where she is lying ready for sea. An Inventory of her Stores may be seen, and further particulars obtained on application to the Auctioneer, at liis Office, No. 35, Bridge-street, Newport or to Messrs Williams and Co., Solicitors, No 10, Dock street, Newport, and Messrs RENNIE, WILKINSON & CO., Ship Brokers and Agents, 7179 40175 Newport, Mon. ALEXANDRA LOCKS, NEWPORT, MON. JYTESSRS WILLIAM GRAHAM and are instructed by Mr John Griffiths (who nanvl large contracts with the Dock Com- TUESDAV y AUCTION, on tbe premises, on commencing Punrt^iw?'^1878.a'u f°4wiP& da>;8. large and valuable ° c'ock cach day, the CONTRACTOR'S PLATfT !"n^e3/^r,V:e *< 2 Portable engines, bteam ^antrj, 4 steam cranes, steam nile driver ste'iin winch, 4 centrifugal pumps, 7 overhead travelling cranes, mortar mills,, pile driver with crab winch, new drum barrel, crab winches, several thousand railway sleepers about 200 ton3 of rails (180 tons of which are nearlv new)' large rail press, 'about 3 tons of new bolts and nuts' about 2 tons of fish plates, large quantity of pitch pine and yellow pine timber, 20 blocks Pennant stone, contain- ing about 800 ft., earth wagons, 4 ballast wagons, 11 railway wagons, 150 wheelbarrows, several tons of new steel bare and bars iron of useful sizes, chains, smith's bellows, anvils, vice?, smith's tools, boring tools, wrought and cast scrap iron, gas and water pipes, fire. W°i b^'vfewed (on production of catalogue) one week prior to the Sale. Catalogues arc be.n;- prepared, and £ £ y be obtained in a few days on apphcaUmitaMr Griffiths, at the Contractor's Office, at the Docks; oi of the Auctioneers, Victoria Chambers, Newport, j^D WIN rjp jyj COCK, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ACCOUNTANT, AND TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY, DUKE-STREET CHAMBERS, 19, DUKE-STREET, CARDIFF. ———— 30823 Sales of every description of Property conducted. THOMAS FRANCIS BISSICKS, ENGINKER AND PROFESSIONAL VALUER Of MACHINERY AND MANUFACTURING PLANT Of every description. VALUATION'S for ths Trade or general Stock Taking. SPECIAL VALUATIONS and REPORTS PREPARED for Probate, Mortgages, Partnerships, Losses by Fire, &c., &c. SALES conducted by Auction or Private Contract. COMMISSIONS executed. 2, CLARE-STREET. P.niST'U,. O'-()1 BILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. J. DE REES, RTFAM PACKET HOTEL, NEWPORT. BILL POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN lmd COUN- TRY. Rents. all the Principal Hoardings in Newport and Neighbourhood. Work executed with dispatch. 6311 NOTICE. 1\TIXEY'S BLACK LEAD. -A-l CLEANLY, BUILLIANT, AND ECONOMICAL. f>A^nTM°-k?, MER8> — Tlie proprietor finds it necessary to all against being imposed upon by spurious aU\I"°rt"'eS3 imitations. When purchasing be sure to ask for W. G. NIXEY'S, and si e that you have it. 12, Soho-square, London. 40173 MESSRS W. H. SMITH and SON dehvei the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS at an eai iy hour each Morning- in all parts of the follow, ing towns CARDIFF SWANSEA NEWPORT ROATH MERI'HYR PORTSKFWFTT CANTON ABERDAUE PO.slTPOOL 1'OAD BUTE DOCKS HEREFORD PEMBROKE DOCK BRIDGEND NEW MILFORD HAVERFORDWEST NEATH BRISTOL GLOUCESTER LLANELLY TENBY ABERYSTWITH LAMPETI,H. CARMARTHEN ABEKGAVENNY. ThE CARDIFF TIMES also delivered every Friday to any address in the above-named Towus. ORDERS be geut to the Managers of the variQUJ Bookstall*. Jtttos tii) 2Utfttoti._ OXFORD CHAMBERS, OXFORD-STREET, SWAN SEA. MR. J. M. LEEDER will SELL by AUCTION, at the above Chambers, on THURS- DAY, January 9th, 1879, a large and varied assortment °f HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OTHER EFFECTS, Comprising walnut warJrobewith plate glass door, drawings-room suite, mahogany cheffonnicres, mahogany dining-room table with extra leaves, 6ix ditto dining-room chairs in leather, ditto lady s and gentleman's easy chairs, cane-seated and other chairs, pier glasses, Brussels and other carpets, hearthrug, mats, oilcloth, mahogany wash' stands with marble tops and dressing table to match, ditto glasses, mahogany wardrobes with plate-glass fronts, towel horses, toilet sets, commodes. &c, &e, iron, French, and other bedsteads, mahogany chests of drawers, feather and other beds, spring mattresses, palliasses, fenders, fire-irons, square tables with oilcloth tops, &c, togethor with the usual kitchen and culinary utensils, ware, &c.; weighing machine (by Bartlett) small quantity of cloth, flannel and other shirts, &c. Goods on view morning of sale. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon. 401&4 SALE THIS DAY. To GENTLEMEN, FARMERS, CONTRACTORS, and OTHERS. MESSRS BEYNON AND HUGHES WILL SELL by AUCTION, at the Jeffreys' Arms Hotel Horse Repository, Oxford-street Swansea, on TUES- DAY, January 7th, LZJ3, the following valuable and use- ful HORSES, PHAETON, DOG CARTS, &-c. 1.—Dark brown PONY, 9 years old, 14 hands, very good in saddle and has been hunted. 2.—Useful MARE, 14 hands, 8 years old, quiet to ride and drive, fast, and warranted sound. 3.-Iron grey COB, 13 hands, 4 years old, quiet to ride and drive, warranted sound. 4.—COB MARE, "Poilv," by Phenomenon,at 14-2,rising 4 years, good saddle mare. 5.-Bay MARE, 4 years, 15 hands, capital hack and harness mare, very quiet, sold for no fault; the property of a gentleman having no further use for her. 6.—Very strong roan COB, 4 years, 13.2 hands, up to great weight, perfectly quiet to ride and drive, and sound. 7.—Dark brown HORSE, rising 4 years, 15 hands, ex- cellent in harness, and quiet to ride; warranted sonnd. 8.—Bright Bay HORSE, Charley," 8 years, 15.1 hands, warranted sound and a good worker, 9.—Very good brown harness HORSE, 15 3 hands, per- fectly quiet and staunch. 10.-Very powerful roan HORSE, 16 hands, 8 years, quiet and gooo in single and double harness. ii.-Very powerful hown HORSE, 16 bands, good in single and douWe harness 12.-Bay HORSE, 6 years, 17 hands, good in harness. 13.—Dark Bay HORSE, 8 years, 144 hands,good in saddle and harness. Four-wheel phaeton, good condition dog-eart, equal to new, lamps, &c^ complete j two-wheel pony trap, equal to new useful spring cart, four-wheel pony phae- ton. spring pony cart, stone carts, chaffcutter, &c., several sets of silver and brass mounted harness, pony do, cart harnes3, sa Idles and bridles, &,e., &c. Each Horse must be provided with a halter, and be in the yard by 10 a.m. An Ordinary will be provided at the Jeffrey's Arms at One o ciock. Sale to commence at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. Auctioneers Offices, Victoria Chambers, Oxford-etreet, Swansea. 40156 SALE TO-MORROW. VICTORIA MART, OXFORD-STREET, SWANSEA. ]\/|EOBRS. BEYNON and HUGHES wmvpcrli vEIrL AUCTION, at the above place, on WEDNESDAY, January Sth, 1879, a useful and varied assortment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock in tlie Forenoon. 40157 MOW N-H ALL C HAM B E R S. T BRIDGEND. RICHARD JONES AND SON, AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, Agents to the Provincial Insurance Company, RES i DEycB—TON BACH. PENCOED. 31554 fry griMtc IN LIOUIDATION. SWANSEA. TO LADIES' OUTFITTERS, DRAPERS, &C. MESSRS TRIBE, CLARKE, and co., are instructed by the Trustee, to SELL by TENDER, in one Lot, the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE of Miss M. A. Evans, Ladies Outfitter and Baby Linen Warehouse, 105, Oxford-street, Swansea. The Stock is well assorted and cf good value, amount- ing, as per inventory at cost and valuation, to £ 658 Os 2d, and may be viewed on Saturday and Monday, January 4th and 6th, 1879. Tenders, markcd" Tcnders for M. A. Evans Stock will be received at 10, Temple-street, Swansea, up to 12 o'clock, oil TUESDAY, January 7th, 1870. Payment, one-third cas11; balance by approved bills at two and four months. cca-i lot*- •iUXW) PARK LLANISHEN, GLAMORGAN- SIIIRE, is to be SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Royal Hotel, Cardiff, 011 SATURDAY. February 1st, 1879, in case it will not be sold by Private Contract ^r" Pr'pe> of Llantrisant, Glamorganshire, t ie .andlord, to whom all applications are to be ad- uressod 111 the meantime. 40168 R^HEMIST FIXTURES.—TO BE SOLD FISIBFI!001;P'cte shop of mahogany and plate glass FIXTURES, qUIte new at the shop in De-Ja.. bceche- Swnnqpn reiMiaM-— Apply to D. Phillips, auctioneer, 40017 ° bid 1~'I'LLTS CIISLI 'Yest'iieiit, four substantially- mor^frasre — For fnrti, UI^iaso money can remain on 10 M«Siv- TO BE LET forlTterm of 7 or 14 vears a FARM situated at Chapel Farm near Ab^rcarn containing good hou=e ami k„;i i- A^ercarn, acre, of pa^ure and a»ble Imd n ™ Wlth„ ab°ut ?-° tion. ,e Janu m most excellent condi- The same can be viewoi Pond, Manager, Abercarn Collierv^Tn'f^'011 will be forwarded by terms of letting Mr J. F. ROWBATHAM, General Manager, To whom Tenders must befddrLl^ Ir°" W°r4oi74 AE COU-1", BRIli-G-E- CAE COURTTBRIDGEND TO LFT CAE COURTTBRIDGEND TO LFT with immediate possession ih~i late Phillip Price, with OT ,vit,oeut ?'nHUCeA ° £ signed,°ffer8 t0 be MR WM. DAVIS, 39752 Brrnhaulo, BridgelJd, ";==4= c ARDJLt'-F SCIE[OOL BOARD. WANTED immediately, a CARETAKER WOOD-STREET (Temperance-town) SCHOOLS. Wajres 16s a week. » Apply at any day, at SI o'clock in the Afternoon, to me The canvassing of Members of the Board will dis- qualify. D. REES, Town-hall, Cardiff, 2nd Jan., 1879? 40150^" LLANDYFODWG SCHOOL BOARD. WANTED AT ONCE, an Ex. P.T. (Art 79) an ASSIST -V^T MASTER, m a Mixed School. (SalaA Ifo jer |num to commence w,th.)-Apply, with testimonies! T, G, EVANS, Clerk to the Board, 40132 Nantymoel, Bridgend, iUittUug JOtittløø. ^JARDLFF BUILDING SOCIETY. SUMS from £ 60 to 43,000 ready to be LENT on Mortgage, SHARES MAY BE TAKEN AND DEPOSITS MADE DAILY. The present rate of interest on Deposit Is 41 per cent. 6 months' notice 4 per cent, 4 months' notice f 3* per cent ondemand. Prospectuses. Reports, »w>d all information may be ob- v>^?onapp}i<»tlon to tbe undersigned. D £ n^<wlMS °jf BORROWINcT reduced and RE- SSSSSS loa°-taa ,Uscount Dated S, Crockerbtq,wn, Cardjg^TER PRI^7^^y' WHY PAY RENT! GLAMORGAN BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY, CARDIFF. Established 1867. OMCES-19, QUEEN STREET. £60 to £ 3,000. Money always ready to be advanced on securitv of Houses or Land, repayable by easy instalments^ which include interest and principal. un The payment for an advance of £ 60 is 5s per fortnis-ht • £ 90, 7s 6d £ 150, 12s 6d £ 300, 25s, &c. ?ht' Thc principal may be paid off at any time at 30 days, notice. J Every information with the Eleventh Annual Rcnort prospectus, &c., may be had at 19, Queen-street, on ap plication to 1 Mr R. EMERY, Secretary Deposits received daily at 5 per cent interest, free' of all chavges. 40133 4713 ATLAS (OF BRISTOL) PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Head Office 3, Corn-street, opposite the Council Housc, Bristol. INVESTORS receive together with PERFECT SLCURI1Y, BORROWERS-LIBERAL ADVANCES made on FREE. HOLD or LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. Prospectuses and full particulars on application to the Secretary, at the Head-office or to the local agent WM. P. A1SWEAR. «, EDWARD-PLACE, OA" THE MERTHYR AND DOWLAIS BUILDING SOCIETY, „ (Incorporated under the Building Societies' Act, 1874.) Are prepared to LEND, on Mortgage, at the shortest Notice, SUMS OF 4100 to LIO,000, Repayable in Monthly or Quarterly Instalments. Borrowers in this Society have special advantages nol obtained in other societies, or from private individuals. The legal costs are paid by the Society, and the inde- pendence of the borrower, so long as his stipulated repay- ments are made, is secured by the Registrar under the bdnei ^0c'et'e3, •^ct9» The utmost secrcsy is main- For particulars apply to Mr E. ftooertQ, at the Offiee W the Socisty. 34, Victoria-street. Merthyr. 10108 V- igias SWANSEA OFFICE OF THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS," No 2, COLLEGE STREET, All orders from NEWSAGENTS will receive prompt at- tention, aud be executed upon the same terms as from the Chief Office. The DAILY NEWS delivered to Subscribers early every monsiag in any part of the town. ADVERTISEMENTS received up to Seven e'clock will wi inacrfibn in the next uwmi-tire isgue of the DAILY K £ Wft- CARDIFF. N O. 6, WINDSOR PLACE. Mrs MARTIN'S School, for a limited number of young Ladies, will be re-opened on MONDAY, 20th January next, 1879. 6042 A DAMSDOWN HOUSE, PARK- L PLACE, CARDIFF, Mrs BRUFORD'S SCHOOL will RE-OPEN on TUES- DAY, January 21st. 40109 JUONS. SIEVERDIN'S CLASgh-S -LV-B. RE-ASSEMBLE after 6th January. (• "Hints and Notes on FrenchVerbs," price 6J published j Sieverdin's "Map of French Verbs" price 6d Address, Elf v n a, The Parade, Cardiff. 39250 AD IES' SCHOOL, HARROW HOUSE", DUMFRIES-PLACE, CARDIFF. Principa-ls-The Misses MARKS. Pupils prepared for University and College of Precen- tors local examinations. 4010i Next Tenn Commences (D.V.) JANUARY 21st. 4411 ADIES' SCHOOL; BELGRAVE HOUSE, CARDIFF. PRINCIPAL Miss TULLIS, (Associate of the College of Pi-eceptors). tare« requested to ASSEMBLE on TUESDAY, the 21st of JANUARY, 1879, and Non Resident on the following day. 7160 40078 EE GROVE HOUSE, RICHMOND- ROAD, ROATH Mrs J. LLEWELLYN purpo:es OPENING a SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, at the above-named residence on MONDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1879. Assisted by com- petent teachers, she will endeavour to give the pupils in her charge a good English Education, together with Accomplishments. Your kind support and patronage respectfully solicited. Terms on application. MONKTON HOUSE SCHOOL, TREDEGARVILLE, CARDIFF. Principal-HENRY SHEWBROOKS, B.A. (London). The next term will eommence on TUESDAY, January 14th. Prospectus, &c, on application to the Principal. 5971 t NEWPOITT. HE TRAINING SCHOOL, HOLFORD HOUSE, STOW HILL, NEWPORT, MON. ESTABLISHED 1864. PRINCIPAL Mr J. WARE, (Trained and Certificated) ASSISTED BY COMPETENT MASTERS. Pupils are thoroughly and rapidly prepared for the various Examinations, and for Business and Professional Life. The terms include the use of Text Books. The ONLY Extra Subjects are Modern Languages and Instrumental Music. The school ? ear is divided into four sessions of equal length. Spacious Dormitories and every accommodation for Boardors. 40153 Date of RE-OPENING, THURSDAY, Jan. 16th, 1879. cAERAU PARK COLLEGIATE SUHOOL, NEWPORT, MON. HEAD MASTER REV. T. MORTIMER GREEN. (London University.) MASTER of MODERN LANGUAGES HERR CARL SUHR. Special classes conducted by efficient non-resident Masters. Pupils are prepared for commercial pursuita, the University Matriculation, and Local Examinations, and the Medical and Law Preliminary Examinations. Excellent accommodation for Boarders. Next Term commences WEDNESDAY, 15th January, 1879. For Prospectuses, &c., apply to the Head Master. 40035 COWBRIDGE. REAT HOUSE, COWBRIDGE G LADIES' SCHOOL. Principals: Mrs and the Misses CULVERWELL, Associates in Arts. The next term will commence (D.V.) on THURSDAY 30th January, 1879. Pupils prepared for Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations. Referees- Parents of Lupils. 93970 NEWCASTLE EMLYN. JjUJi iiiM-LJJN GRAJVIMAR SQfHOOIrl- NEWCASTLE-EMLYN. Head Master.—Mr T. T. ELIAS. Assle.aiit-M.ster. -lir E. II., ELLIOTT. Music.—Master DAVY ELIAS. DRAWING, SHORT-11 AND, and MUSIC (Piano) CLASSES DAILY. Ample accommodation for 30 Boarders. Town very Jlcaltb.1. Termsstrictly moderate. P.rcgy>ectnses. &c. onnpplication 17061 SWANSEA. RNOLD PREPARATORY COLLEGE, WOODLANDS, SWANSEA. Principal -.—EDGAR WILLIAMS, M.A.(Glas.),B.D. (Edin. Assisted by Resident aud Visiting Masters. Punils ore admitted as Quarterly. Weekly, or Daily Boarders, or as Day scholars, and prepared for Commer- cial life, Mcchanical pursuits, or Professional and Collega examinations. In addition to the usual subjects, Corres- pondence, Book-keeping, .Short-hand, French, Drawing (mechanical and free bar.d), Land Surveying, and Music receive careful attention. I'he NEW BUILDINGS have been expressly erected for school purposes, 011 the shel- tered side of Constitution Hill, which overlooks tbe bav of Swansea. The health and comfort of the pupi's have been thoroughly consulted in the construction of the schoolroom, dormitories, bath room, lavatories, &c. 64! 9 The next Quarter commences on Friday, October Sth. YNONE SCHOOL, CONSTITUTION- -I-1 HILL, SWANSEA. Principal—Mr EMERY. Assisted by Mr G. EMERY, B.A., London, late one of the Senior Assistant Masters at Mill Hill. Pupils prepared for Commercial Life, for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, for the Preliminary Legal and Mcdical Examinations, an-I for Matriculation at the Universities. Terms for Boarders and Day Boys on application. Next term commences Tuesday, 21st January. 40074 CHEPSTOW. 0HEPSTOW GRAMMAR SCHOOL. » A SELECT PRIVATE SCHOOL: English and French Assistants Resident. Principal: GEOHUE DEWDNEY, B.A., r.twG.S. 4Q146 GLOUCEsæERSffiRE. TCOMBE COURT, WOODCHESTER GLOUCESTERSHIRE. LADIES' SCHOOL. PRINCIPALS Tins MISSES PEARCE. SUPERIOR EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES, home comforts, and Christian training. House beautifully situated, surrounded by extensive grounds. Payment from day of entrance. TERMS, FROM 20 GCIKKAS. Vacancies for two lady boarders. 39083 USSAGE HOUSE, Stroud, Gloaces- tershire. Principal J SffiREE, M.A., (London.) Preparation for Loudon and Oxford Matriculation, &c. French, German, Chemistry, and Engineering Draw- ing receire particular attention. Terms moderate. Special arrangements for Sons of Professional Mea iiid Sfiit.i«naen contempt' Tuition Commencement of First Perm, Thursday, Jan. 23rd. IPIIANO, VIOLIN, HARP, ETC., ETC. SWANSEA, LLANELLY, PONTARDULAIS, YSTALYFERA, and Neighbouring Districts. LESSONS given at ovn or pupil's residence. Terms- One Guinea per Quarter. String, Brass, and Fife Bands trained. Choirs con- ducted and concerts attended: Addresø-Mr HARRY LL. EDMUND, Garnant House, Cwmamman R.S.O., Llanelly. 6046 pityUHatiMS. "Q OW A R D C O N SCIE NC E," NEW SERIAL STORY, BY F. W. ROBINSON, Is now appearing in the "CARDIFF TIMES & SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS." The Cardiff Times and South Wales Weekly NewB, 72 long columns, may be had from all Newsagents, price 2d, or sent, post free, to any address in the United King- dom for 2s 9d per quarter, and to the Colonies and all parts of Europe and the United States for 3s 3d per quar ter, prepaid. CARDIFF SHIPPING AND MERCAN- TILE GAZETTE, Published every Monday Moriiing. Price 15s per annum, or by post 213. The « CARDIFF SHIPPING AND MERCANTILE GAZETTE" contains a complete record of the Shipping business of Cardiff, Swansea, aud Newport, and the Bristol Channel, and circulates among all the Merchants and Brokers of the Bristol Channel Ports, and generally throughout the various ports of the United Kingdom. It is filed at Lloyd's, the Lombard, and most of the Chambers oi Commerce, and is also sent to the leading Foreign Ports. CHIEF OFFICES—75 and 76, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 72 COLUMNS. HE CARDIFF TIMES SOUTH WALESAWEEKLY NEWS (TITTrl IS OWE OP LARGEST NEWS-SHEETS IN THE KINGDOM, qd THE GREAT WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR WALES AND THE WEST OF ENGLAND. It contains all the News of the Week, and gives more Local,.District, and Geneial News than any other paper. .acfj- iixlition is a complete synopsis of the Week's News for the whole of South Wales. The Serial Stories are by the most talented Novelists, and the London Corres- pondence and Leading Articles are of marked ability. Sold by all Newsagents, price 2d. Sent post free to any address for 2s 9d per quarter. ?2 Columns j XWOPENCE ] 72 Column9» ONES BROTHERS, PRINCIPAL BILL POSTERS AND DELIVELE/JS, HIGH-STREET, NEATH. AND BRITON FERRY. Circulars addressed and delivered. Bill Posters to the Great Western and Neath and Brecon Railways, and the Principal Auctioneers. Lessees of the Principal Posting- Places. 12 ° TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL PILLS FOR FEMALES quickly correct all irregu- larities and relieye the distressing-symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is lid and 2c 9d, of all chemists. Seat anywhere upon receipt of stampo, by the Maker, JL L rtnjw- ehmiisi. gflttinrham. aim WMU gates. ODDFA BAPTIST CHAPEL- -L' TREORKY. A GRAND BAZAAR, under distinguished patronage, will be held at the Schoolrooms of the above Chapel, July, 1879, in aid of the Building Fund. Contributions in articles or money will be thankfully received by the Pastor, the Rev. W. Morris, Baptist Minister, Treorky, Pontypridd. 40128 FOR SIXPENCE!! THE RHYMXEY GRAND PRIZE DRAWING. The Committee of the Henrietta Lodge of True Ivorites have unavoidably POSTPONED the above Drawing to the 12th February, 1879. Duplicates and P.O. orders to be returned on or before Feb. 5th. -1 The 1st Prize, 45 in Money, and various other valuable Prizes, Tickets, Cd each, or a book of 12 for 5s (2 gratis), may be had of the hon. sees., W. L. WILLIAMS, Rock Hotel, Pontlottyn. 40167 G. J. JACOBS, Printer, Rhymney. TO TRUSTEES AND OTHERS. The LLANELLY HARBOUR COMMISSIONERS re- quire to BORROW CI5 000 to replace bonds now payable. The interest will be £ 4 10s Od per cent per annum, pay- able 1st January and 1st July. The Commissioners offer as security the Harbour revenues, (consisting of Harbour Buoyage, Dock arad Light dues and rents), and the income of the Public Estate of the Town of Lialielly. The Bonds will bi issued under the seals of the Har- bour Commissioners and 0; the Local Board. The entire debt of the Llanelly Harbour, including the above sum, will he £ 30,000, the ahnual charge thereon, at £ 4 10s per cent., being £ 1,350. To meet that charge there is, at present, a surplus of receipt in respect of Harbour revenues over outgoings of £ 1,500 per annum, and in addition the surplus income of the Public Estate is £ 760 per annum, making a total of £ 2,260 to meet a charge of £ 1.350, Bonds will be issued in such amounts as may be con- venient to invstors. Application to be made to JOHN JENNINGS, Clerk to the Commissioners and Local Board, Town-hall, Llanelly. 4C026 PONTYPRIDD WATERWORKS COM- PANY. DIRECTORS. L I DAVIS, Esq., Maesyffynon, Chairman. PURCHASE, Esq., Y11 ysy gored, Merthyr Tydfil. CHAS. BASSETT, Esq., lontypridd. THOS.WILLIAMS, Esq., Gwaelodygarth House, Merthyr BENJAMIN JONES, Esq., Aberaman, Aberdare. BANKERS. THE LONDON and PROVINCIAL BANK (Limited), PONTYPRIDD. Issue of 948 shares of L-10 each, carrying a preferential Dividend of £ 5 per cent. £1 per Share payable on application 42 do on allotment £ do on 1st February. 1878. And the remainder by calls of such amounts and at such intervals, not being less than 2 months between each call, as the Directors shall from time to time determine, but any Shareholder desiring to pay in advance may do so. The Directors are prepared to receive Applications for the unissued portion of these Shares. The Capital of the Company is Z36,000, of which ",COD ls mu Per cent preference stock. These Shares are issued subject to the £ 6,000 prefer- ence stock, and to the sum of Z6,120, being the amount of the existing mortgages upon the works, bearing in- terest at e5 per cent. kL25,9DO of the Capital has been subscribed. The Works have been in operation for many years, under the Company's Act of 18G4. The large extensions under the Act of 1875,are a!so in full operation in the pop- Ious Rhondda Valleys, the mains extending to Ferndale in the Rhondda Fach Valley, and to Ffrwdamos in the Rhondda Fawr Valley, a distance altogether of about 16 miles. The number of Houses within the limits of tha Com- pany's supply is about 9,000, and will increase consider- ably for many years to come. Forms of application for Shares may be had on appli- :ation to me, E. C. SPICKETT, Secretary, 10166 The Court House, Pontypridd. STOPPAGE OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND TANK. A SAFE INVESTMENT. TAKE A SHARE IN THE PRIZE DRAWING, willen WILL BE HELD IN THE MUSIC HALL, SWANSEA, ON FEBRUARY 27TH, 1879, WHEN YOC MAY WIN SEVEN THREE-ROOMED HOUSES, WORTH £525, FOR ONE GUINEA (£1 Is. OD.) Tnls is a genuine sale, as the .Owner, having money ,-s-out £ resources. Doubting the poss^iI?a inS Vf -haser at one sum in the present depr?-! ofPthe money market, lie resolved to adopt an easier tlious-h somewhat uncommon method of disposing of *i>~ pro- perty, and now offers it in about 260 Shares at One Guinea each. The property is estimated to be worth L-525, and is mortgaged to a building society for .£350, The premises are leasehold, G i years unexpired,and are subject to but a nominal ground rent of ZI per aunum, being less than 3s each house. The sum of £ '.37 10s has been paid on iccouut of the mortgage the balance being repayable in monthly instalments of P,3 10s, which payments will be more than covered by the rental, thus leaving in a few ("ears the whole of the property unincumbered. The situation is healthy and pleasant, 15 minutes from High-street Railway Station, Swansea; 3 minutes fromLandore Station. Several large works near employ- ing in the aggregate, when in full swing, 5.000 men. Close to chapel and school. Each house has a small garden. Whoever is fortunate enough to win this Prize, will secure in the course of time a. modest little income at the cost of next to nothing but a little trouble. The Drawing will be on the Art Union principle, and will take place in the presence of the public and local Ticket holders, and under the superintendence of William Thomas, Esq., J.P., (ex-Mayor of Swansea), who has consented to pre-ide. For Tickets or further information send stamp to Mr Rd. Pegler, Brynhyfryd, Swansea. Agents wanted. 40C03 TBE BRISTOL & WEST OF ENGLAND BANK (LIMITED). fo be Incorporated under the Joint Stock Companies' Acts, ISG! and 18G7. CAPITAL- £ 1,000,000 in 50,000 SHARES of .£:20 EACH. FIRST ISSUE, 15,000 SHARES, to be paid upas follows C5 per Share on Allotment. Z2 10ii in One Month from date of Allotment. £2 10a as required, but at aa interval of not less than two months. Nomorethanplop,r Share can be called up except by special resolution of Shareholders. PROVISION AL COMMITTEE, (Witn power to add to their number) Bv whom the first Directors will be appointed GEO. W. EDWARDS, J.P., Mayor of Bristol. HEXRY ADAMS, Messrs R. and H. Adams, Corn Mer- chants, Bristol. J. W. DOD, Messrs Wait and James, Corn Merchants, HENRY GALE GARDNER, Messrs Gardner, Thomas. and Co., Wholesale Grocers, Bristol. JOHN GUNS, Ship Builder, Cardiff, JOSEPH HENNESSY, Me"srs Hcnnessy and Sons, Cattle Salesmen, Bristol. J. F. LUCAS, Messers Lucas Brothers and Co., African Merchants, Bristol. JOHN LYSAGHT, Ironmaster, Er:stol. HENRY PHILLIPS, J.P., Newport, Mon. W. A. F. POWELL, J-P-, Messrs Powell and Ricketts, Phtxnix Bottle Works, Bristol. CliAS. JULIUS RYLAND, Accountant, Bristol. A. W. SUM.MCUS, Messrs Wro. SuTnmers and Co., Soda Water Manufacturers, Bristol. W. H. TAYLOR, Messrs Wait and James, Corn Mer- chants, Bristol, CHRISTOPHER J. THOMAS, J.P., Drjyton Lodge Durdham Down, Bristol. JOSEPH TINN, Ironmaster, Bristol. WM. UREX, Crofton House, Clifton Down, Bristol. WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 6, Litfield-place, Clifton. SOLICITORS FUSSELL, PRICHARD, SWANN, & CO., Bristol. J. W, S. DIX, Eristol, AL'PITORS TURQUAND, YOUNGS, & CO.. London. TRIBE, CLARKE, & CO., Bristol. LaNDoN AGzzfs THE UNION BANK OF LONDON. DROKERS THE MEMBERS OF THE BRISTOL STOCK EX- CHANGE. SECRETARY (pro tern) G. J. piCKIN, 48, Corn street, Bristol. HEAD OFFICE: BRISTOL. BLANCHES Proposed to be opened as soon as suitable arrangements can be made: Bath Gloucester Swansea Bridgwater Kiiigfbiidge Taunton Cardiff Newport Torquay. Exeter Poutypool ABRIDGED PROSI-BCTCS: This Company is formed f r the purpose of a".u': iii the most (les mble portion of the valuable connection of the late West of England and South Wales District Bank, and of adding thereto by the cultivation of a souud legiti- mate banking business. The trade of Bristol and district is so important and so rapidly increasing, that the withdrawal of the facilities afforded by the West of England and South Wales District Bank (the only local Joint-Stock Bank having its head office in Bristol) has left a void which it is essential to the trading community should De tilled as speedily as possible by the establishment of a strong local Joint- Stock Bank on the Limited Liability principle. The business of the West of England and South Wales District Bank consisted of about 14,000 current accounts, and the same number of deposit accounts, pro- ducing a gross profit of over 4300,000 par annum. The Bristol and West of England Bank, Limited, has already received promises of a large amouut of support, and it is generally felt that the present affords a most fa. ourable opportunity of quickly establishing a large and valuable Banking business, and of acquiring suitable premises on reasonable terms, Loth at Bristol and the various towns where it is propose to establish branches. The Articles of Association will be settled upon* the basis of thuse of the most successful modern Banks, and in them full provision made for the accumulation of un ample large Reserve Fund, to be invested in (•'overnment Securities, and to be kept entiie'y distinct from the ordinary resources of the Bank. The qualification of each Director will be not less than 100 Shares, and n,) Director wiil be allowed an over- drawn account. Arrangements have been made for se ur:ng the ser- vices of Mr Dester and Mr Pkkin. the late manager and sub-manager of the West of England and South Wales District balik, Copies of the Memorandum aud Articles of Association can be seen at the offices of the Solicitors, from whom all information can Le obtained. Applications for Shares to be forwarded to the Secre- tary (pro tern.), the Solicitors, or the Auditors, from all of whom Prospectuses and Forms of Application may be obtained. 40176 THE NEW EMPRESS" MOTOR I -&- is specially adopted for MEAT CHOPPERS, SEW- ING MACHINES, PRINTING PRESSES, LATHES, CHURCH ORGANS, COFFEE MILLS, and for all pur- poses requiring power up to Six-horse. There is NO DANGER, NO SMELL, and NO DIRT, requires no look- ing after, takes up less room, and COSTS LESS than any motive power now used. Motor, to drive a Sewing Ala- chine, costs 92 2s; for Six-horse power, £35. Manufac- tured onlv by E. S. TAYLOR & CO., 9 AND 10, SHEFFIELD BUILDINGS, VICTORIA-STREET, LIVERPOOL. AND 51, CORPORATION STREET, MANCHESTER. ??? uØiu- S.6'S. s EDGAR WETTON!S PATENT MAGNETIC APPLIANCES. FOR THE CURE, RELIEF, AND PREVENTION OF DISEASE. MR G. HUNT ORSBORN FIRST PROFESSIONAL VISIT TO CARDIFF. ONE WEEK LONGER. SPECIAL NOTICE. In consequence of the still increasing demand for the Magnetico.i," and the valuable testimony constantly being received from those who have been cured and re- lieved, and are now wearing the Appliances in this town and neighbourhood, Mr G. HUNT ORSBORN, Represent- ing Mr EDGAR WETTON. the Inventor and Patentee of the Magneticon," may be daily consulted until SATURDAY, JANUARY lltb inclusive. MR LONG'S, 56, CROCKERBTOWN, CARDIFF, For the purpose of giving advice as to the application of MAGNETISM AS A CURATIVE AGENT, And explaining the principles of Messrs Wetton and Co.'s Patent MAGNETICON APPLIANCES, of which he will have a large assortment. FIRST PROFESSIONAL VISIT TO NEWPORT (MON.) Mr ORSBORN desires to inform the Residents of New- port that he has arranged for Mr McCOY, an experienced Assistant from Edinburgh, to be In attendance DAILY at 114, STOW HILL, NEWPORT, From THIS DAY until SATURDAY, January 11th, inclusive. HOURS OF ATTENDANCE AT CARDIFF and NEWPORT -11 to 1, 3 to 5, and 6 to 8. NO CHARGE FOR VISITS OR CON. SULTATIONS. Among the special advantages of the Magneticon Ap pliances are:- Their simplicity and safety. Their ability to generate electricity without the aid of Batteries, Metallic Plates, Chain Bands, or Acids. They require 110 preparation, give no shocks, and cause no sores and as the magnetic current passes readiiy through an intervening garment, they need not be worn next the skin. Being made up of light and elastic material, they are as comfortable to wear as an ordinary garment. Though more especially useful in certain classes of diseases, their gently invigorating influence upon the whole system cannot fail to be very beneficial to most invalids, and to those who suffer from any bodily or organic weakness, while their direct action upon the nerves renders them equally useful in many cases which the ordinary remedies fail to effect. THE GREAT SECRET OF HEALTH Is never to lose more of this life-force than the lungs and blood can restore to the nervous system. We constantly radiate it, and as constantly lose it. This is necessary to health, for life is maintained by a proportionate activity of all the forces. Any lagging in a vital organ, and down goes the thermometer of life; and this is when magnetism lends a most efficient aid. It can be locally applied to any part of the body—over any great nervous ceiitre-and the lagging organ gently stimulated to do its duty. Any applications by letter will receive careful atten tion, and suitable appliances or advice respecting them will be forwarded by return post. Mr G. Hunt Orsborn may be consulted by appoint- ment, and, wheti desired, will call upon invalids at their homes. A 32-page Illustrated Pamphlet, containing testi- monials and full particulars of Edgar Wetton's Patent Magnetic Belts, Chest Protectors, Lung Invigorators, Nerve Invigorators, Spine BL,nds, Knee C ips, Wrist:ets, Anklets, Soles, &c, will be forwarded, post free, or may be had gratis on application. LOCAL TESTIMONIALS. SCIATICA, PAIN AND WEAKNESS IN THE KNEE. *>nIATK CARDIFF, DEC. 16TH, is78. I have Much pleasilic- in bearing- 1*— r L. great, benefit I have already received from your Magnetic appliances. I have been suffering, more or less, for the last 10 years from Sciatic", with rains and weakness in the left knee and side. I applied your Knee Cap on the 2nd inst., and after four days I lúst an pam In the bice, and cou'd go up and downstairs with ease and comfort but the pain in the hip joint was still there, and on the 7th inst. I applied your Belt, and now find u.vself much relieved, and my general health greatly improved. A. M. O'ROURKE. INDIGESTION, GENERAL DEBILITY, AND RHEUMATISM. ROATH, CARDIFF, Nov. 22, 1878. I have great pleasure in informing you that the Magneticon appliances which I purchased of you in August last, viz., belt, spine band, and soles, have greatly relieved me from indigestion, general debility, and rheumatism from which IlIad suffered, more ories", for several years. At the time I purchased the appli- ances I was in a very weak state indeed, and unable to walk any distance scarce, but I am thankful to say I can now walk 3 or 4 miles in ease and comfort.-Yours truly, B. W. H. P.S.—You can give my name to enquirers. RHEUMATISM. Glascombe Vicarage, Radnorshire, 8 ptemb:?r 17, 1877. I have to thank God that I had the pleosu: e of meeting you in Hereford, and by your advice 1 tried your Appli- ances—the Knee C-.ps-asI was suffering for some years, and able to walk but little, and that with the assistance of a stick, but now I can do so without one, and walk a mile without pain, and have the greatest pleasure in testifying to the great benefit I derive from using Wetton's Magnetic Appliances the lain in my knee left me in three days after using the Appliances. 1 all) 73 years of age. BKN-TAMIX MARSDE.V, Vicar of Glascombe, and Justice of Peace for the County of Radnor. P.S,—Make what use you think proper of this testi- monial. I expect you have many applications both in London and Cheltenham, as all the neighbourhood are applying for information, and I give your address in both places. We have much pleasure in publishing the following letters from Mrs and Mis3 Ellicott, the wife and daughter of the Bishop of Gloucester and Bristol. EXTRACTS. Palace, GlouecJter, Oct. 17, 1876. Mis EUicott has pleasure in testifying to the wonder- fully strengtlieninr effects of the Spine Band supplied to her daughteand will take every opportunity of ecoirmelididg 11 The Magneticon" to her friends. Palaci, Glouceter, Oct, 20, 1S76. Dear Sir,—Mrs Eliicott wishes me to say that she will be happy for you to publish the extract from her nots re;pccting <, The Magneticon" Spine Band supplied to me from which I continue to derive the greatest bene- fit. Believe, yours faithfully, R. F. ELLICOTT. CLERICAL THROAT Cheltenham, 14th April, 1^74 For some time past I have used the "Mag-neticon" Chest Protector and Belt, and I feel grateful that I liaye done so. For years I have suffered considerably in winter from relaxed throat; but I am grateful to say that ever since 1 have worn these I have never had a momentary return of clerical throat." I have also been greatly relieved from pains e.cros-i the back. I can cordially recommend the use of the various Appliances, as the ueed may be, of The Magneticon." A. MORTON BROWN, 1,L. D,, Minister of the Congregational Church. LOFS OF VOICE. Parliament-stivct, Gloucester, Jan. 31, 1877. For the last ten years I have suffered much frum loss of voice, especially during the winter months, when I have often been confined to the house, and quite unable to speak. In October last I was advisee to try one of your Magnetic Appliances, and since wearing it have never lost my voice a single time, and feci altogether like a newperson. Havini derive! so much Lenefitlthink it but right that I should advise you of the same, and shall take every o; pjrlunity of recommencing the Ap- pliances to my friends. 1J. WlLTIAAiS. BRONCHITIS AND CROUP. 20, Wellington -street, Gloucester, December 11. 1876. Miss Sargeant desires to teil Messr s Wetton and Co. that she has no objection to her letter being a reference hoping others may derive the same benefit she has done: Previous to wearing the Magnetic Appliance she had been for years very subject t., bronchitis and croup, hav- ing great weakness and cough, preventing sleep. She has now entiiely lost her cough, is Jess susceptible of cold, sleeping well, and feeling much strengthened, not fearing to go out in damp weather. SEVERE COLD. Broadlands, Hereford, April 26, 1878. Miss F. CocnKANE has much pleasure in informing Messrs Wetton and Co. that she has derived great bene- fit from wearing their Magneticon Lung Invigor.itor. She has never been so entirel) free from cold as during the time she has been wearing their Appliances, now a period of sx months. She is perfectly stisficd ¡ with the benefit she has derived, and is still deriving, from their use. — DEAFNESS. Margaret, Lady Judkin Fi'z^-er.ild, is glad to add her testimony to that of others in favour of Mr Wetton's Magnetic Appliances. Five years ago a necklet removed entirely a severe pain which she had had for more than a yeai in the bacl; of her neck, and for which all other remedies had failed, and recently her page li;is been completely cured of deafness by the use of a spine band; in each case the cure was effected in litt!e more than six weeks. Trematon Cottage, Southsea, 13th July, lSïS, For further Testimonials see Telephone. "ITTTETTON AND CO. LONDON— U 48, Regent-street. EDINBURGH—17 and 18A, Malitlaud-street. GLASGOW- 24, Gordon-street, DUB- LIN—Lower Sackville-street. SOUTHAM1TON—149 High street. f-OUTHPORT-48, Bath-street. CIIEL- TENHAM—9S, High-street. THE "MAGNETIC REVIEW"—A Record of Curative Electric Science and Journal of Health. Edited by EDGAR WETTON, 17, Mait^n! street, Edinburgh. Price Sixpence. EDGAR WETTON'S SANATORIUM FOR HYDROPATHIC, ELECTRIC, and MAGNETIC TREATMENT. TOWNSHEND HOUSE, GREAT MALVERN. Resident Physician Dr CHARLES GRINDROD, Consulting Physician-Dr R. B. GRINDROD. TERMS from a 38 to iC4 4s PER WEEK. pguftUr cfhrtrrtrntmuttte. I "TVT E W THEATRE ROYA L, -Ll WOOD-STREET, CARDIFF. Leasee Mr. W. H. DAW Sole Manager Mr E. BrIoWKB. TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), Jan. 7th, 1879, THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PANTOMIME EVER PRODUCED IN WALES, Entitled -Harlequin ROBINSON CRUSOE, or, the Captain, the Cabinet, the King of the Cannibal Islands, and the Good Fairy Prosperity. (Written specially for this Theatre by Mr John Bannister) Crowded Houses Enthusiastic Applause I Vociferous Encores Unqualified Lke#iL-ht Never yet equalled in Cardiff, Vide Public Opinion. I SUPERB NEW SCENERY, by Vihvatt, SPLENDID MECHANICAL EFFECTS, by GORGEOUS COSTUMES and APPOINT- TO-NIGHT, I Blackler. at 7.30. MIC NTS. BRILLIANT DIALOGUE and SPARK- LING MUSIC. ROBINSON I The Greatest Combination of Artistes in the Western District. Good Acting, CRUSOE. Excellent Singing, Clever Hanclng. UNTIL 1 The FLORAL RETREAT ^PROSPERITY FURTHER (WHTATTS MASTERPIECE OF ART), VfiTrcF The "BOOT' DOCKS, and The DECK of the MARY JANE. Rnmuuftv The SPLENDID TRANSFORMATION SCEXE; by Brew Eclipses anything fmr-rnp Ever Seen in Wales. The BEST HAR- LEQUINADE OUT OF LONDON. Doors open 7, commence at 7.30. Prices Orchestra stalls, 4s; dress eircle, 3s; pit stalls, 2s; pit, ls gallery, 6d. Private boxes, 31s 6t1 and 21s. Second price at 9 to circle and stalls only. Plans at Mr W. Lewis's, Duke- street; no extra charge for booking. CIRCUS & HIPPODROME. CARDIFF. A Combination of Ta.lent, Variety, and Novelty never equalled TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY). THE SENSATION OF 1879. OZABA AND URAL. (From the Crystal and Alexandra Palaces.) Gainsborough Quadrilles by eight ladies and gentlemen on horseback. Screaming Comic Ballad, entitled i. THE PRINCE AND THE TINKER. WEDNESDAY, January St,h.- Fashionable niihtarv night, under the distinguished patronage of LIEUT-COL. C, W. DAVID AND THE OFFICERS. 2nd Administrative Battalion Rifte Volunteers. By kind permieeion of the Captain commanding, the celebrated Band of the Icth G.V.R. wi.i attend, and five several beautiful selections. L LANDAFF MADRIGAL SOCIETY. The LLANDAFF MADRIGAL SOCIETY will hr-ld their SECOND "LADIES' NIGHT" at the TOWN- HALL, CARDIFF (b kind permission of the Mavor), on WEDNESDAY, the 15th January, 1877. Tickets (price 6s each) to be obtained of the Hon. Sec., Mr Edward F. Lynch Blosse, The Deanery, Llan- daff; or of Mr William Lewis, Stationer, Duke-street, Cardiff. ^QKQ CARMARTHEN. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CARMARTHEN RETURN VISIT. TO-NIGHT AT 8. THE JUBILEE SINGERS WILL GIVE I. THEIR CONCERT IN THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CARMARTHEN. TO-NIGHT, Jan, 7, 1879, at 8. Doors open at 7.30. J J J JUBILEE SINGERS. S S S A'.i real Negroes. u U U JUBILEE SINGERS, i i i All Coloured Artistes. All Coloured Artistes. All Coloured Artistes. JUBILEE SINGERS. „ v All Coloured ocahsts. N Is JUBILEE SINGERS. Ill AH ex-Slave- G G G JUBILEE SINGERS. L L L All real Darkles. E E E FAREWELL CONCERT E E E CARMARTHEN. K E E E JTTBILEE SINGERS, s S S RETURN VISIT. ONE CONCERT ONLY—TO-NIGHT at S. Admission, 3s. 2s, ls, and (id. These JUBILEE SINGERS will appear as follows:— ROUTK: Carmarthen, To-night (Tuesday) Aberdare, To-morrow (Wednesday) Pembroke Docks, Friday. Pembroke Town, Saturday All business communications to Mr R. C. Leach, in route. mUSUfltUtt. 4C 0 () c'çy D A I L-Y 1 ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS provided against by aP Policy of the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE COMPANY, Tb* Oldest and Largest Accidental Assurance Com pan v. The Right Hon. T ORI) KINNAIRD, Chairman. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £ 1,000,000. ANNUAL INCOME, £ 214.000. A fixed sum in case of Death by Accident, and a weekly Allowance in the event of injury, may be secured at moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to insurers of five j ears' standing. £ 1,350,000 have heen paid as CONPEXSATION. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local Ag-e ts, or lH, CORNHILL, LOND.V. 7168-401:9 V> ILEIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Agent:—W. Williams, 11, Henry-street, Bute Docks." G1 REAT BRITAIN FIRE LHSIT^NVJ: T COMPANY. T COMPANY. Chief Offices: 101, CHEAPSIDE. LONDON. South Wales District Office: 74, CROCKHEUBTOWN, CARDIFF. This Company is prepared to accept Insurances upon almost every description of property at moderate rales. Agents Wanted in^inrep-esented localities. Applications to be addressed to 39376 JAMES A. YORKE, Branch Manager. -+- gttIS. rp H E V A U L T S WIND-STREET, SWANSEA. JOSEPH MANN, PROPRIETOR. WINES AND SPHilTS OF THE BEST QUALITY. Celebrated Burton and other Ales. COMFORTABLE BED AND SITTING ROOMS, Also Good Club Rooms. A FIRST-CLASS BOWLING SALOON. 39584 TREGENNA CASTLE~llOTEL~ &r.~ JL IVES. CORNWALL, s-t.mds in it-i own g-rounds of onejbundred acres, overlooking the Bav. The mean tem- perature of St Ives, in the winter months, is only four degress less than Rome frosts are rare, and snow almost unknown. Board lodging and attendance on fixed and moderate terms during the winter months. For infor- mation apply to the Manager. 40145 N OTICE! NOTICE NOTICE THE CITY HAIR CUTTING SALOONS AND HOT AND COLD BATH ROOMS ARE I NOW OPEN AT TEIGIL BUILDINGS, 52, ST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. The above rooms are fitted with every modern onve- nience, and are so arranged that they must prove a boon to the general public. Cleanliness is particularly adopted, and a Chiropodist is alwavs in attendance. TARIFF OF CHARGES Hair Cutting, 3d; Sirgeing, 3d Shampooing, 3d; Shaving, 1, HOT & COLD BATHS, GD & Is. In addition to the above, Gentlemen can obtain anv article in HOSIERY, SHIRTS, GLOVES, TIES, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, &c., at charges equally as low as any in Cardiff. The HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, &c., has the special attention of Mr Adams, from the firm of Messrs J. ALLISON & CO., 6065-357 REGENT-STREET, LONDON. THE INDIA JJUBBER QOMPANY, 4, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF, FOOTBALLS, RUGBY SHAPE, FOOTBALL BLADDERS, THE NEW FOOTBALL PLAYERS' SHIN GUARD, 5s PER PAIR. ELASTIC STOCKINGS, KNEE CAPS, SURGICAL APPLIANCES, 3:>9; L. R. LUMLEY (Surveyor ,0 the Merthyr aiut Dowlais Building Soci y), BUILDER, MEASURING SURVEYOR, ASI) GENERAL APPRAISER, 24 & 25, CASTLE STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Estimates Prepared. Work in an branches of the B,¡jkin; T.:lè:9 ile:->ur. d and Valued. 31042 gTANl>ARD LUBRICATING OILS COMPANY (LIMITED), 1, DRAPE RS" GARDENS, THROGMORTQN AVENUE, LONDON, E.C. CONTRACTORS TO HER MAJESTY'S | GOVERNMENT. ALL DESCRIPTIONS OP LUBRICATING OILS SA nNG 2a PER CENT, Agents Wanted. Full particul »rs on application to HENRY DUNCAN, PEN ICRAT. UiVlUTH. 4' ffttblir (gtttntaimaettfrs. j PHILHARMONIC THEATRE, j JL ST MART-STREET. Director. A. Melville. Licensee, Mr C. J. Jackson. TO-NIGH*, TUESDAY. Jan. 7th. 1879, MELVILLE'S SUPERLATIVELY EXCELLENT PANTOMIME, JACK AND THE BEANSTALK, The THREE PBINCES, The GOOD FAIRIES, and The GIANT of the ENCHANTED CASTLE. NEW COMIC INCIDENTS TO-NIGHT. The hntomimeof tbe Season and for the Season. The Pantomime for the Young, the Middle aged, and the Old. The real British ftmtomime. The Pantomime emphatic- any for Families. No better Pantomime ever produced in Cardiff. The Company not to be excelled. The Costumes and Armour Costly and Brilliant. The Scenery Picturesque and Appropriate. The Transformation Scene Magnificent. The Clown, Harlequin, &c admirable. Doors open at half-past six, commence at seven. SWANSEA7 STAR THEATRE, WINDSTREET. Enormous Increased Attraction Double Company in the GREAT PANTOMIME, PUSS IN BOOTS; Or TOM, THE PIPER'S SON. Additional Characters Extra features in the PANTuMIME AT THE STAR TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY), January 7th, and EVERY NIGHT. THURSDAY under distinguished patonage of JAMES ROGERS, ESQ., JI/TOR. C. HOWELl;, WINE, SPIRIT, ALE, AND PORTER MERCHANT, 1, QUEEN STREET, CARDIFF. Doz Doz Doz Doz Doz Doz Doz Port Wine 18s 21s 24s 30s 48s Sherry Wine 18s 21s 24s 30s 3Gs 42s 48s -1 Clarets — Champagne (finest brands) 30s 3Gs 48s GOs^s — — Brandies (Cognac)|33si39s45sj — — Hennessey's 48s 54s 60s—!—j— I* Kartell's k-8s MsGOs — — I *# *##■ Jamaica Rum 24S 30S33S' — — London Gin !24s|30s!— — — Hollands, (De Kevper 30s' — — — — — — L Irish Whiskey 124s 30s 33s—!— —j — John Jameson's :39s —!— —j— —j — Scotch Whiskey l30s!33s 36s — — — — 1_ Encore or Dun- ville's |42s| — —— — OCTOBER BREWINGS. Per Doz BImpi. Pints. ASS'S Highest Class INDIA PALE ALE, ) „ in very superior condition f M UINNESS'S EXTRA DUBLIN STOUT, > „ highest quality, brewed in fine condition f 06 BASS'S Fine BURTON ALE, in splendid 1 0 condition ltd BASF'S MILD DiNXER ALE, in excellent > condition f 2s 6d 7123 39890 T7* gINGER AND CO., • GROCERS AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN, I AND 11, QUEE-STREET. CARDIFF, Invite attention to their Stock of GOODS for the PRESENT SEASON. FRUITS IN EVERY VARIETY. HUNTLEY & PALMER'S ICED & ORNA- MENTED CAKES. SPECIAL CHBJigTMAiS A Choice Assortmeut of COSAQUES AND BONBONS. FINE RIPE STILTONS. HAMS, TONGUES, CHAPS. GERMAN AN. SAUSAGES. E. S. and Co. supply ad Goods at prices that will favourably compare with those of the Civil Service and other Co-operative Supply Stores. The greatest care is exercised in the selection of ail TEAS 7124 sold at this Establishment. 39943 GAS FIRES AND COOKING STOVES. THE SWANSEA GAS COMPANY beg to direct the attention of Gas Consumers and the Public to the great Economv and Convemcnce m the use of GAS FIRES AND GAS COOKING STOVES. Sample fires and stoves may be seen in action at the Gas Works from 10 to 5 p.m., and all Information obtained. GAS COKE delivered to any part of the town (within the turnpike gates) at 7s 6d per ton. Swansea, 7th November, 1878. 39576 Sj E~W PORT AGENCY -1.^1 FOR THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS AND CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. The PUBLISHING a.nd ADVERTISING OFFICE is at No. 10, GKEAT OL-K-STREET, NEWPORT. (OPPOSITE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY, t where ADVERTISEMENTS ARE RECEIVED; THE NEWSPAPERS SOLD and BOOKSELLERS AND NEWSAGENTS SUPPLIED. The Terms for Advertisements and tbe Wholesale Sup- ply of Papers are precisely those charged at the Chief Office, Cardiff. W. MILrCN LOCE.E, REPORTER AD MANAGER. ONLY THE BEST." GARAWAY & CO. FOR ROSES GARAWAY & CO. FOR FRUIT TREES. r < ARAWAY & CO. SHRUBS FOR THE GARDEN. SHRCBS FOR POTS ARAWAY & CO. VX FOR CONIFERS. GARAWAY & CO. FOR FOREST TREES. CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. GARAWAY & £ JO.. DURDHAM DOWN NURSERIES, 34764 CLIFTON, BRISTOL. W. E. VAUGHAB A ca. STEAM DYEING AND SCOURING WORKS, LLANDAFF-ROAD, -CARDIFF". BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS I I 77, CROCKHERBTOWN, tig. BUTE-STREET, [ CARDIFF. 62, COMMERCIAL STREFT, NEWPORT. I 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR. LOWER GOAT-STREET, SWANSEA. Orders received, end Parcels forwarded to Works ear- riage free, by the following "C:f" Aberdare Mr fflfehles, Cominereial-place. Blaenavon Mr J. Harris, London House. Bridgend Mr Woodward, grocer. Nolton-steeet. Brecon Jir Bodmin, Wellington Home, Bul- wa.rk. Brynmawr Mrs Hicks, Beaufort-Street. Plain* Mrs Collins, High-street. Briton Ferry Mr D L, Jones, bookseller, 2, Villiert street. Cowbridge Mr Rogers, Fancy Repository. Chepstow Mr Davies, 2C. Welsh-street. CrickhoweIl Air Pugh, High.street. Haverfordwest Mr bllis Jones, Mariners-square. Lla.uQ¡¡Y Mr John, C, Market-street. Llanuilo !tir Lockyer, County Press, Neath. Mr Matthews, at Queen's Hotel. Pembroke Dock.Mr arberth, stationer, Dimond. street. Rhondda Mr Harris, Hannah-street, Porth. Tenbv Mr Brice, 4. Julian-street. 111-6 STIFF'S STARCH. STIFFS STARCH is war ranted FREE FROM AD- ULTE RATION. Messrs STTTrU1 CI QT iDPB STIFF & CO, however can- 11** fe blAIiCH. not o-jjanuiteeany Starch to be their manufacture,unless ^TIFF'S STARCH. BESS." Dr ARTHt'R HILI. STIFF'S STARCH. HAS3ALL has Analy f our Starch, and reported it to be a "pure, genuine, and TIFF'S STARCH, well-manufactured article, and equal in every respect to tbe Best Stiffening Starch STIFF'S STARCH, he ever examined." The accuracy of this high testi- monial is confirmed by the STIFFS STARCH, steadi y increasing demand for our manufacture. ^TIFF & CO., STIFF'S STARCH. O 400S1 29, ItfclDCLIFF-STREET, o 400S1 29, ItfclDCLIFF-STREET, 7161 BRISTOL. Tü PERSON SHOULD BE WITHOUT Drs Bruce and Trail's Catalogues of Books and Patented Artic'fes, 70 pages. Post free 2 stamps. Valu- able R.:dpes from 1" to lO, c;J.ch,- H. Kujht, Dc .!J-Hreet, Dorking, and J. Harris. Swan G&rdena. Wolvcrhamnton Busmen SUUlresstf*. D. J o T n A M AND g O N S, THE PRINCIPALITY OUTFITTERS* 26 and 27, ST MARY-STREET. CARDIFF. jyjANUFACTURERS OF JyMRST-CLASS QLOTHINd J^jTANUFACTURERS OF SUPERIOR QLOTHINa lyTANUFACTURERS OF DESCRIPTION Of 0LOTHING. TilE LARGEST STOCK OF JUVENILE CLOTHING IN SOUTH WALES. OVER 10,000 SQUARE FEET OF SHOW ROOMS. g ESTABLISHED 18:!3. 6 THIS DAY. 9 TO 14, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF JJOWELL AND QOMPANY HAVE COMMENCED SELLING THE FOLLOWING CHEAP LOTS 640 PAIRS WITNEY BLANKETS, Slightly soiled suitable for Charity. 112 PIECES 72-INCH WASTE TWILL SHEETING, From 63d pr ,arC.ree from anv filling. 1,500 DOZEN CAMBRIC HANDKER- CHIEFS, Readv-henuued, from ls lljd per dozen. i&b WHITE KNOTTED COUNTERPANES MARSEILLES, BELGIUM, AND TOILET QUILTS, Verv Cheao. 1,200 pairs WHITE MUSLIN CUR- TAINS, at Gs lid per pair. 1,700 yards Coloured SILK VELVET, From 18 11M pe" yard. A Few FELT, KIDDER, TAPESTRY, and BRUSSELS CARPETS, at Clearing Prices. 14 feet AXMINSTER RUGS, at 8s lld each, SCINDE RUGS, full tize, lis lid each. HOWELL & CO. are also making a SHOW of NEW JACKETS, Fur-!incd CLOAKS, COS- TUMES, BONNETS, HATS, SKIRTS, &.C. A Cheap Line in LADIES' DRESSING GOWNS. JJOWELL AND 0OMPANY, THE CARDIFF DRAPERS. S9709 CARDIFF. QOMME R C I A L CONFIDENCE AKD CONTINUED SUCCESS Attend the Ready Mont/ System of Business on which the Trade of MESSRS W. PRIcE AND SONS is conducted. A splendid Stock of Gentlemen's and Juveniles' READY MADE CLOTHING FOR WINTER WEAR, Overcoats, Ulsters. Yachting Jackcts, Hats, Shirts, Hosiery, Uu;brellas, Waterproofs, Rugs, Mutfl.ers, &c,: is now on Sale at very low prices, suited t" the times. ADDRESS :—THE CARDIFF HOUSE, CORNER OF CAROLINE-STREET, ST MARY-STREET C A R D IF F. 23 JOHN "T. HAL L, ENGINEER. MILLWRIGHT, IRONPOUNDER, AND BOILER MAKUJi, CARDIFF JpOUNDRY, EAST DOCK. CARDIFF, Manufacturer of High-pressure Condensing an4 Compound MARINE and STATIONARY ENGINES. WINDING ENGINES, with par:1Uel or co':lc:¡,1 drum< Underground Hau' rig Colliery Looomotiveg; and an descriptions oJ ]d¡¡,rine and Stationary ENGINES AND BOILERS, Air Compressors, to pump with Single Cylinder or by stages; Ventilators, Tubbing, and even-description of Ironwork for Collieries, Blast Furnaces, Ironworks, and Rolling Mills. SHAFTING, PULLEYS, AND WHEELS. FLOUR and CEMENT MILLS, BREWING PLANlL TURBINS and WATER WHEELS. HYDRAULIC MACHINERY, And Special Machinery tor manufacturing purposes, in-< eluding Copper, Erase, and Iron Tube, Wire and Nail Making Machinery, Hydraulic, Steam, and Hand of all description Iron Roofs, Cast and Wrought Iro« Girders, Columns, and CONSTRUCTIONAL IRON WORK GENERALLY. Warming and Ventilating Apparatus for Public Buildings. STEAM-SHIPS' and MARINE ENGINES REPAIREDL PROPELLERS CAST TO ANY SIZE. TURNING, PLANING, and SCREW CUTTING DONE FOR THE TRADE. 39170^ AGENT for The Pulsometer Engineering Co., Londoa, and for Messrs James Hunt and Co:, Engineers, B.D4 General Brassfounders, Birmingham. CHRISTMAS, ]878 S BURMAN, 9, WINE-STREET. BRISTOU Calls attention to his large and carefully selected STOCK OF CHRISTMAS GOLD AND SILVER AND NEW YEAR'S > WATCHES, CHAINS, ANB PRESENTS JEWELLERY. SILVER A ELECTRO- WEDDING AND PLATED GOODS, BIRTHDAY }■ PLATED GOODS, BIRTHDAY }■ CLOCKS, PRESENTS; AND OPERA GLASSESi SPECIALTIES WEDDING AND KEEPER RINGS, SILVER JEWELLERY. 31 rjpHERE IS BUT ONE GRIFFITHS. SAr ES.—SECOND HAND FIRE and BURGLAR PROOF.—At no House in the World can there be found a larger Assortment to select from, by every eminent maker. Also Wrought iron Doors for strong ro"in% party walls, or those to divide w rehouses, at oi,e-t).:rl the price of new. Perfect in every respect. Price Un free.— GRIFFITHS & SON'S, 43, Cannon-street, London. E-0. 4538 28 NEW piANOS FOR OLD ONES. fJIHOMPSON AND gHACKELC* PIANOFORTE MAKERS AND PATENTEES. QUEENS' BUILD- 114, INGS, CARDIFF. ) SWANSEA. 3, LANCASTER ¡ :111, COMMERCIAi BUILDINGS, J STREET, NEW- TENBY. I PORT. Are prepared to allow fit highest price for oW PiakQfl in exchange for new ones, having at present special « oortuuiti811 for epOrtinz them abroad. Their travellers periodically visit all pa.rts of the Priu cipality, and parties dcs:rous of effecting an exchaaf will bt: waited upon at their (lwn residences upon com municating with the firm at any of the addresses trivei above The following instruments wili be found lI'flJ worth the attention of intending purchasers :— THE SCHOOLROOM PIANETTE, Price £ 19 ] 9s CASH, or on the one, two, or three years tem, Strom, and durable, ful) 7 octaves. THE SEMI-COTTAGE PIANO, rrice 27 guineas CASH, or on the one, two, or three y s system, in handsome walnut or rosewood. A thorougn j effective instrument fur moderate-sized rooms. Not sur passed at the price by a.ny firm in or out of London. Warranted for five veers THE PRIZE MODEL TIANO, Trice £3 CASH, or £.3 3s per quarter, on three yearrf system (as supplied the Cardiff InfirnlliTy Prize Drawing Committee). A handsomely finished Piano, embracinj every recent improvement. In rich Italian walnut, wit, caned legs, Bath desk, gilt candelabra, extra strong stee bolts and bracings, ivory fronted, registered legs, anc best action work. Worth at least 20 per cent more thai some instruments offered :t tile same fi¡; ure. Triaj allowed and every instrument warranted. N.B.—THOMPSON and SHACKELL are appointed Sole Agents for Messrs J. Brmsmead at id Son's GolA Medal Prize Pianoforte. Price, from 36 guineas up- wards, Pianos by every maker of celebrity always 08 had. The largest stock in South Wales to select from. IMPORTANT TO ALL IN TRADE. Estaolisiied 1836. STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES, o 42, late 12, Gresham-street, London, E.C West End Branch—53, Conduit-street, Regent-street, W. Sub- scribers, by obtaining timely information, may Ilvoid making bad debts, and may, through this sgcncy, recover debts aue with promptitude. Stubbs' Weekly Gazette supplies Informatioa indispensable tú Traders. BRANCHES at Dublin, Gl: sgmv, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Belfast, Cork, Edinburgh, Liv, IÆeds, Manchester, K ewc:u;t1e. Norwich, Portsmouth, Sou lb. ampton, Sheffield. TERMS.— £ 1 ls, £ 2 2s, £ 3 3s, £ 5 5s, according to re* quiremetits. PRO-PECTUS forwarder or. application to the Secre- tary, Stubbs Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham-street, London, E.C. TRADE ARXILIARV COHPAKT (I.IIo1JTKD), CAUTION, —THERE IS c. OVFICE is LONDON co. NECTED WITH STL LBS' MERCANTILE MARINE OFFICES 42, GRESHAM-STRKET. E (SITUATE AT TUT. CORNKR 0" KIKO-KTRBBT, OPPOSITE G ru.DiiAi.i.\ kxc-JSFT ma WEST Em BRANCH, AT 63, CONDLIT-STRLEI', REGENT-STKKEi; W. £ £ &<*

Advertising

Advertising