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.PREP AID ADVERTISE)IENTS. sonn WAIES » iu.v VRWS. WORDS. ONCE, TUUEE S3X I TIMES. TIMES. 20 Words! 0 6 1 0 1 6 C 30 Words' 0 9 1 6 2 3 six TIMES 1N „ X E\YS 40 Wordsj 1 0 2 0 3 0 j „ E^a'o." Each extra! 20 Words 10 Words! 0 3 0 6 0 9 2/ SOUTH 1V ALES ECHO. 30 ords TllltE1" SIX 3/3 I WORDS. OCE. XIMKg_ TIMES. 1 40 Words 20 Words; 0 6 0 9 1 0 5/- 1'- Each Extra 30 Words5 0 9 1 0 1 6 10 Words li- 40 Words 1 0 1 6|2 3 50 Wordsi 1 3 2 6 | 3 9 60 Words; 1 6 3 0 j 4 6 These charges apply only to the classes of Adver- tisement specified below, and arc strictly confined to those which are ordered Jo* consccviiie 1nscrtwn, and paid for previous to insertion if either OJ these c(Yncl diol1!> is not c01i!pl!cd 1mth, lhe Advertise- 7IIent v-i'tl be charged l',11 the Bus/wss Scale:- Apa;<mnt8, Situations Vacant ,)1' Wanted, To br Let or SoZd, Lost Found, and, ilIÙIcellanC01!S Wants.. SPECIAL l'iotice.-App1ic:.nts sending replies to o Ad' erti3ements addressed to initiab or fictitious names, at his office, are requested not to send original testimonials with their applications, but to enclosc copies of tesliu:ollJ;1b only. 33monaI. S10KE Archer's Golden Returns." Sweetest Tobacco ni annfactured. 6201 %1 artn£!B hiV. "CTT7" ANTED, a Partner in a good Wholesale and Retad Wine and Spirit "Business, in an im- portant town in Wale3 capital required, £ 1,500 every investigation allowed prindp31,; only. -Àd,lrss 1': W., 485 Messrs Deacon's, I.eadenh8Íl. street, London. 611 WANTED, Ear nor, active or otherwise; capital aiT.1ng¿ahle; established business; good eh8nce extend high pTC>tlt5.-Apply Middle, "South Wales Daily News, Cardiff. I77_ ,ûtatrhul1nia!. BUSINESS Gentleman, comfortable circumstances, medium height, good appearance, af) 26, would '¡¡03]Joll,-1 with affectiOlmle Young Lady with means; viow, marriage 6cnuine; strictest confidence 1;0 ¡1el1cy.-Addl'2sa Jack, Daly News," Swansea. "ISO 1- ) p.p]il: with fl0urbhing Business, wishes to cor- res- owl with a Lady not over 30, with view to marriage. l)re5smaker, :\li1liner, or Showroom Hand preferred strictest confidence assured.—H 959, "Daily News" Otrice, Ca ctiff. 959 i\. TATRtMONY.—Orphan Lady (25), just lost her lti father, whose IHlj!JeS,3 (brge milk and butter) she cannot manage by herself, wishes to marry ill- telligent kind Welshman. She hn, 11<0 £ 6,000in ba!Jk.- Miss Morgan, 157, Drummun J-street, Hampstead-rn d, JJon¡10n, N.W. 96'1 "7"OUNCr Lady,.in business, age 28, medium height, jt gooll appearance, would like to meet Gentleman, with means, yiew to early marriage; thoroughly genuine strictest secrecy.Flort;nce, "Daily Swansea. 7 lv 3 Musical. n- L\D-n;x.-Thiee Higham's fnll-¡;R;¡: D.ums perfect good heads, one Coat of Arms /In, 55s to 62s 6d Tiireo good P Flute, 12s new Dboe, 45s.—Turtle, Instrument Maker, Ar.iwick, Man- chester. 161 ]»| ISS A.tle, alter twelve very successful years in Cardiff, continues to give lessons in Pjanoforto and Sirigintr. — Lessons can be given at the residence of pupils, or at 22, Charles-street, Cardiff. Terms mode- rate. 3909 MUSIC! Made Easy.—Easy Practical Method f-Ü l.f to phs Pi"ncforte. Harmonium, IS.-Rev Wm. Uughes, Mill-street, Manchester. 42.3 £ 14, Pi:1]1;be11:tiful]¡t case, iron frame, full cmpass, solid pa.nnel worth twice the money new.—49, Dcspellcer-stre9t, Cardiff. 461 œlru.cafi!JnaI. FRENCH, Spanish, Italian, German, Private Tuition. Classf s. Special Classes for Co:nmcrci?1 Correspondence ami Conversation. Candidates pre- pared for the Medical, Law, Civil Service. Excise and Customs Examinations Scholarships through the pest Arithmetic, Book-keeping, Shorthand.— Mr W Haines, Public Translaio:, 25, Park-street, Cardiff. 437 .SHOH.THAND, Shorthand.-Evemngs nent plea- t santly. Pupils taught the art and qua.iiHe.¡ fnr appointments by an experiencerl tutor, orally or hy post. Corresponding and reporting st,yles.-Apply Principal. 21, De Burgh-street, Riverside, Cardiff. WANTED, Ex-P-T. ior St. John's Boys' School, Crockherbtown, commencing £ 45.—Apply Vicar, Cardiff. 7103 £ ost ani) 111un. FOCND. at Tr2llega.r, 10th inst., Skye Terrier. If not. claimed ill three days will be sold to defray expenses.—Apply W. R., SirÎ10wy Station, Tredegar. 1/WUND, Setter or Lurcher redeemeù by paying expenses; sold if not claimed in three days.-43, High-street. Ebbw Yale. 607 FOUND, a Gold Brooch, on the 10th inst. Owner to 11 pply to Head Constable, Westgate-street, Cardiff. 299 LOST, Wire-haired Fox Terrier D -g Pup, about five months 0101 lemon-marked head. Detainer prosecutcil.-Apply 27, Windsor-place, Cardiff. 604 LOST at Cymmer, ,)tl;e 11th March, Liver and Tan Spaniel Dog. Finder rewartlel1.-E. R., Ponty- gwaitli. !1011ttZtí£ £rtrattt£í. EXPERIENCED Nurse wanted for two children.- Apply Dr Greener, 1, Clare-street, Cardiff. 441 INDUSTRIOUS Working Housekeeper, frolll 35-to 45 year: required by gentlem<1.11.- References amI full parciclllal's to Housekeeper, "Echo Office, Cardiff. WANTED, respectable Working Housekeeper, age 40 to 50, educated comfortable h0ll1e.-Ap!Jiy Thos. Thomas, Carpenter, Manordilo, R.S.O. Ö52 WANTED at once, trustworthy Woman as House- keeper only one child moderate wages amI a good h()m.ppl D., Echo",port.765 WANTED, strong Girl, 18, country preferred, hdp ill Bedroom and wait i11 Coffee Tavern good relerenec.-Apply Parish, Llewelyn Arm, tem. perance Hotel, Neath. 53 "7.\YATlÜj a good General Servanl.-Appl): 6, geetory road, Canton. 626 V. ASTEÍ),-gootl-nGe;;e-i-rvant;from- tlM country preferred. -Apply Mrs Phílíps, Lon- don House, Pontymi.ter, Newport. 450 WANTED, immediately, General Servant good haracter imli:;pims"oble.-Apply Avon House, 19, Charles-street, Cardiff. S6 -.¡-r AXTEIJ, good General Servant, immediately 110 washing boy kept.-Apply Plencaira House, Nealh. 473 -1tiYA;j'-I';o, Glleral Servant, must be early riser if awl able to cOl>Apply personally, Mrs Lbwi, 11, tir;tiwen-pbce, Po¡,lypri,](1. 2.11 \A7ANTKD, Genera! Servant g. od character, early ▼ T ri-er, 11!H!erstawl cooking small family.-Apply between 6 and 3 at 103, Newport-road, Cardiff. 116 WANTED, Young Girl as General in small family. —Apply 5,, Penydarren, Merthyr. Cl. E V l'oR COO KS can add to their list of ttishea in j the preparation of dloice dainties for a dinner ül](1 Slmpúr tablo by consulting the pages of a little book ntitled "Pastry and Sweets," given to all eooks send- ing their addresses tú A tired Bird and Sons, Birming- ham Every lady 11,11(1 housekeeper in the land should have "Pastry and Sweets' handy for refere'ice. Thele is nothing to lXty, and the book will be sent by return oslo free to any address. 11ö5 Situations (i1acant. BAKER, —Wanted at once, good Hand, wen up in bread and smalls, who can ue Mr Geo. D'lvie:¡ Lion Stef1111 (hen; must he 11 respectable oaker.- Apply, wages, T. Lewis, Elliott's Town, New Tredegar. B>AK¡.;w;Wanted, a goo1 Iall accu.:<tonwtl-¡: sua 1I,; also [1. B ,y,:tÙollt 16, to deliver.-Apply t once, T. E. Jones, the Thcnia^town Bakery, Thomas- tteet, Merthyr. 484 BRICKLAYERS are requested to keep awayf()m Cardiff al1 District during the present Dispute. 4 liViL Service Appointments.—Salaries, £ 70 to £ 400" Tuition by c()nc,;r.cnde]Jc.- \Y:1:1ted, Young !!jc:lI to prepare f*r Clerkships, Excise, C\lstom3, &■.< no pa.jv.ieat until successful; stamp.—Secretary, 43, Lintor.-streot, Islington, London. 303 tllVIL Service.—Candidates wanted, aged 15 to 25, J ladies under 2o special preparation (orally or by correspondence) over 2,300 successes 35 first places 350 passes in 1882.—Write for spechtl terms to Mr Skerry, the J.ondol1 Civil Henke and University College, Limited, 67, Ckmcerr.hne, London, Boarllrrs taken. 12 t>OM POSITOR.j— Wanted for a few months, a j Welsh Hand must be of sober habit> -Apply to Joseph Williams, Tyst Office, Merthyr. A TUTRNI'LUKE Packer wanted must he steady, JSP trustworthy, and experienced man.—Apply, with references, to Packer, Echo" Office, Cardiff 2üö £ ROCERY.—Wanted, by March 20th or thereabout. a Young Man as Haulier, and to make himself generally useiul mut bo <111 abstainer, and accus- tomed to horses.—Apply at once, stating ae, sahry, anti references, to J. Evans, Grocer, l'ontuevvyr.ydd, Mou. 480 i ROCEIIY.—Wanted, strong i-oun Man to attend '(Jr tü horses and tieliver goods; indoors.-lI. O. Pavies, .bcrkenfig-. 130 HELVE Cleaver and Dre.s.sar wanted at once; JI- must be good antI "teady workmetl1.-c\pply }1;ttt.on, Timber Merchant, Kington, Herefordshire. M ASONS are requested to keep away from Cardiff and District. Strike still on. 574 1-)AŒ1'Rs.-=\'nted, a Workilg Foren:1aI;IIHqt be good all-round hl\,nd,-State experience, wage c:, F. peed, 2, Plymomh-ror\.ù, Penarth. 544 mo Bakrs:= W anted Young Man used to hot plate. JL -Apply Gadlys Bakery Co., Aberdare. 624 '1"10 Brewers.—Practical and Experiellced-Brewêr JL require(1 must be well up in brewing high-class bitter and fresh ales, and thoroughlyacquaint-ed with skimming and cleansing system, with good reference. -.Apply Rhonùda Valley Brewery Company, Limited, Treherbert. 212 f jlO Butchers.-Wanted, respectable Yonng Ú;, JL can slaughter well, and make himself generally i "Il.Apply Maund, Butcher, Brecon. 511 r§ Butchers.—Wanted, young Man for shop and JL slaughter-house must have good references.— Apply, stating age, wages,&c. (indoor;). to W. Sansorn, Butcher, Abercarn, Mon. 316 rf .O Hairdressers.—Wanted, Youth as Improver li JL out.-State age, wages, and references to 32, Windsor-road, ea.ti1. 6H nno Tailors.—Wanted. Coat Hand none but steady men need apply.—Lewis iiiomas, Cwmaman. Aberdare. 605 WANTED, respectable Lad, 15 or 16, to attend to pony and make himelf generally useful live in.—No. 5, Tramroad, Pontypridd. 633 WANTE'\ Tinman.—Apply M. Fury, 8, Lamb- lane, Glebeland-street, Merthyr. 486 WANTED,two good Plasterers and Slaters at once t —ReeifllFdwards, Builder, Tredegar. 309 WANTED at once, Three Millboard Makers.—Jas. T Jacob and Son, Ferry-road, Cardiff. 294 WANTED, a General Smith: must be a good T ? shoe:—Apply,with copies of recent t estimonials, to Mr Wm. John, Managing Director D. John & Co., Ld., Pentre, Rhondda Valley. 176 ANTED7 a Man hervant, 21 to 25, sober; acquainted with all farm work willing to make himself useful.—'l'hos. Davies, Coedcae Farm, Tonyrefaii. 554 "VTJTANTED, a good, steady Lampman at once tor large colliery.— Apply, stating wages required and experience, to Lampman, Daily News Office, Cardiff. 7117 WANTED, Commercial-room Wnitress (experi- r enced) also Boy, about 15.—Apply Hughes, 'J hislle Hotel, Llwynypia. 126 WANTED, a good Sawyer, accustomed to sharpen ? V saws.—Apply to Box 32, Swansea. 7131 i.2 Weekly and Upwards may be honestly realised cy by either sex, without hindering present occupa- tion.—For sample (reluratble) &c., enclose addressed em elnpe to Evans, Watts & Co. (P137), Merchants, Birmingham.—This is genuine. 63 Jtssxsiants. CCLOTHIERS. —Wanted, a good Junior Welsh.— y Apply Hodges and Sons, Pentre. 377 (CLOTHIERS.—Wanted, good Hand also good j Junior Welsh.—Gibbon and Co., Pontypridd. 602 CLOTHING.—Wanted, an experienced Young Man as First Hand Welsh.—Apply to W. R. Edwards, Carmarthen. 181 DRAPERY.—Wanted, a Young Man as Junior state salary ant! reference.—A. O. Miles, 2, Bu e- stroef, Cardiff. 576 DRAPERY.—Wanted, Young Man as Junior for Ianchester Department sleep out,-FuH par- ticulars, wih carte, to George Lord, Draper, Tenby. DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, several smart Young Men.—Apply, stating full particulars, Griffiths and Sons, Newport, Mon. 7206 B^|.RAPERY.—Wanted, respectable Youth (Welsh) as Appreni ice.— Apply B. R. Evans, Golden Key, Ammanford. 558 DRAPERY.—Wanted, a Junior Assistant.—Apply to J. Whicher and Sou, Miiford Haven. 541 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, Young Lady i for Counter close two o'clock Weclnesdays.- personally, J. Ü. Koch, 20 and 22, Broadway, Cardiff. 373 DRAPERY.—Vacancy for a Young Man for Fancy Departments outdoors. Apply, full particulars, Isaac Thomas, Whartou-street. Cardiff. 468 DRAPERY.—Wauted, Young Man, experienced good window dresser Welsh for Dew premises, —Apply Knight and Swansea. 7182 DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, a steady Young Man; also a good Junior: Webb. Sta.te full particulars, E. Owen, Drapery Bazaar, Cardigan. 383 A VltAPERY.—Wanted, Young Man for Dress and 1 J Manchester DepHrtment mugt. be gcod window dresser.—State particulars Jones and Co.. A er!e.r. DRAPERY.—Wanted, a sharp respectable Youtli as an apprentice.—B. Williams, The Circle, Tre- degar. 317 DRAPERY.—Wanted, full particulars, to R. Ed- .I<tI.AppJy, with full particulars, to R. Ed- wards, Merthyr. 404 DRAPERY.—Wanted, an experienced Young Lady U to serve must speak Webh.-Apply, stating ex- perience, salary, and age, Tlios. Yoratli, Swansea. 7157 DRAPERY.—Wanted, an expeiienced Young Man fOf drapery counter also experienced Young Lady for fancy Wel-h.—Apply to W. R. Edwards, Carmarthen. 182 DRAPERY.—Wanted, a good Salesman and Win- dow Dresser. Also Young Lady.—Apply E. Gamage, Parade'amir:ol2.l- TjTVRAPERY.—Wanted, Experienced Young Lady | y for Showroom good trade Welsh.—Apply with particulars, C. Stuchbery, Bridgend. 36 DRAPERY and Outfitting.—Wanted, Young Lady Apprentices to the Drapery also smart Youth as Apprentice to the Gent's Outfitting, indoors.— Applv Edwards, 35 and 37, Salisbury-road, Catliays, Cardiff. 461 DRESSMAKING. — Wanted, an experienced Hand '¡LY mut lJe perfect fit and style.-Apply J. Jons, London lIoue, Ynysybwl, Glamorganshire. 27 DRESSMAKING.—Waated, a thoroughly experi- enced First Hanel (to live out) must be good fit and style none but competent hands need apply.— State full particulars in first letteiv to Lewis Lloyd, Draper, Pontypridd. *■ 7197 GRočiity.-š;an Junior wanted at once; pcr- VX sonal application pr0ferred.-Apply John Evans, American Stores, Crumlin. 500 GROCERY.—Wanted, immediately, an apprentice. —Apply D. Lewis, Llanbradach Stores, Pwlly- pant. tl ROCERY.—Wanted, a strong Youth as Improver JJ~ Welsh; good reference requireel.-Apply R. Davies and Co., skeweu, Nealh. 53<2 GROCERY.—Wanted, a Strong Lad as Apprentice- .:x — Vpply Timothy Jones, Gorseinon, Swansea. GROCERY, &c.—Smart young Man Wauted %Jf Welsh well up in provisions personal applica- tion preferred. —W. Williams, Traiiwn, Pontypridd. MILLINER.—Wanted, First Hand, of good ex- perience Welsh able to serve in show-room faU particulars-=Stcpm, London House, Llandilo. MILLINFR.—Wanted, an experienced Milliner must have good reference.—Apply Donald Knight, Cardiff. 239 MILLINER, thoroughly practical, to take and execute orders, keep stock, ancl serve through.— State full particulars, Clarke, Crsvys-road, Cardiff. 442 MILLINERS and Dressmakers.—Wanted, Second Hands, of live or six years' good experience, for both branches.—Apply, full particulars, D. and J. Evans, Forth. 42 MILLINERY.—Wanted, a good Practical Second ITi. Hand.—Apply to J. Whicher and Son, Miiford llaven. 543 WANTED, for Pontypridd, a first-class Provision f Hand out.—Apply Evan Cule, Treherbert. 623 WANTED, puhjn Salesman for Gentlemen's f Hosiery good references requirc(L-Apply Molyueaux and Co., 43, Queen-street, Cardiff. WANTED, stylish Milliner, able to serve. Also a Young Lady for General Drapery must be obliging.—Apply, with full particulars, A. Thomas, Manchester House, Brynmawr. 344 WANTED at once, an Apprentice for Grocery.— Apply D. Price, Hong Kong, Porth. 393 W"ANTED, a Young Man (.Junior) for General V ? Drapery.—Apply to S. Buckland, Haverford- we". 39J VSTAN'i'EI), an experienced Milliner; Welsh pre- 7 T ferred.—M. Williams, London House, Gilfach, llei1.B.:idEmll. 125 WANTED, Manager at Co-operative Stores, t' Grocery and Drapery; mar.ted preferred; Welsh. To commence unties April lltli, 1893,-Apply, stating salary and references, Chairman, Co-ope¡¡ilivtl Stores, Nantymoel, near Bridgend. 22 WANTED, slrong Boy, about. 17, as Improver to the Grocery, willing to make himself useful.— Thomas Lewis, Grocer, Llantwit Vardre. 23 WANTED a good Dressmaker must be thorough TV good fit and style and able to manage work room.—Appiy W. P. Thomas, Glasgow House, Aber- tillery. 235 WANTED a Youn</ Lady for the General Drapery, thoroughly able to serve through and well accustomed tQ window dressing.- Apply, with full particulars, to W. P. Thomas, Glll.5g0lv House, AlJer- illk 236 WANTED a Young Lady for Showroom, obliging 't and industrious, good stock keeper, and to serve through when requinll.-Appiy, with references, and staling salary, to W. P. Thomas, Glasgow House, Abertillery. <37 d&Itfhs, JHattagers, &r. 4 N Architect, having ^are time, would be gla to L help Architects requiring assistance.—Write V 530, Jclro" Office, Cai diff. 536 tILERK Wanted must be quick and correct, sober, j willing used to Grocery trade preferred state salary reference.—Phillips, Grocer, Merthyr. 485 WANTED, good Junior Clerk, well up at in- voicing.—Apply, by letter only, giving references and stating salary required, to Wilier and Riloy, Butter Shippers, redegar-street, Cardiff. 400 WAN I ED, an Office Clerk, thoroughly conver-ant l' with the grocery and provision traùe; II1Ust have a knowledge of Welsh, be it good writer, ami accurate at figures.— Apply William Harris, 144, High- street, Merthyr. 252 Agencies, ^rafolUrs, & GENTS wanted, whol" or spare time; commis- XiL sion and bonu.- Ireton amI Co., Ltd., 92, London. 503 A GENTS wanted. Liberal terms. Whole or spare r\- time.—Address Finance," 222 to 225, Strand, London, W.C. 387 AGENTS wanted everywhere for "Business Register," Tradesman's Account Book commis- sion and bonus; R4 earned weekly.—Messrs U. Pamphilon, Congleton, Cheshire. 142 A GE ^Tfi Wanted everywhere for our marvelled jNimrod Bicycles incomes largely increased re- pairs a speciality.—App y immediately, Nimrod Cycle Company, Bristol. 4¿8 wanted throughout Glamorganshire and ..c:1.. Monmouthshire to take orders (un our new hire s) stem;forour well-known pianos, organs, harmoniums, melotieons, concertinas, violins, banjos, and all kinds of brass musical instruments watches, clocks, sewing I machines, mangles, washing machines, perambulators, family Bibles, albums, opera glasses, electro plate, i."irsD-cla-s commission to capable men no risk or responsibility illustrated catalogues on application good references and security indispensable.— Jones and Jones, Porth. 6910 C iLUB Agents Wanted, to form Clubs for Watches, y Clocks, Jewellery, Silver Plate, Opera Glasses, Musical Insts., Ac. Members pay Is per week. Terms, Catalogues, &c., Kendal & Dent, 106, Cheapside, London. Splendid value. Great success. Mention paper, ladies' and Gents' worth 70s. ¥/ENGLAND and Wales.—District Agents wanted -fllJ for JJigh.cLtss Gelatines, on commission only oil-connected firms or others "f good standing able to introduce stric-tly wholesale buyers state full par- ticulars and exact district.—A. 15.,3, Messrs Deacon's, Leadenhail-street, I,omlon. 612 \TANTED, Traveller for th-e Counties of Brecon* \TANTED, Traveller for the Counties of Brecon* V sliire and Radnorshire, to sell on commission hops and condiment.—X. Y.Z., Daily News," Cardiff. 'KD, an Ageiit for Cardiff and District to 1 T represent a noted Welsh Brewery.—Address 'KD, an Ageiit for Cardiff and District to 1 T represent a noted Welsh Brewery.—Address stating terms (commission only), Brewery," care of ^'je and Nightingale. Advertising Agents, Liverpool 8 WAN IED, Bottling Agents for I V mtoxicating Hop Ale and Hop Stout; prices on application.—White and Sons, Brewers, Poutypool. 9 3 WHEELER and Gee, Limited, are prepared to receive applications for Agencies from smart, active men in the County of Monmouthshire and South Wales, to sell, on theneiv hire system, pianos, orgaus, hannoniums, brass instruments, musical-boxes, violins, banjoes, sewing machines, mangles, bassinettes, watches, clocks, electro-plate, books, etc., etc.—Apply by letter, enclosing copies of references, to the Managing Directors, 26, Castle-road, Cardiff. 986 WRIGHT and Greig, Limited, Distillers and V V Wholesale Scotch W hisky Merchants, Glasgow, wish to Appoint all Agent, with a good connection in the trade, to represent them in the West of- England and South Wales. Their brands are well known and widely used. -Apply by letter only. 595 ^itaaticits Maitfeir. ADVERTISER (18) seeks some Evening Employ- went; good writer, quick at figures.—For par- ticulars address Junior, Echo" Office, Newport. 7138 BAKERS —Young Man requires Situation good sceond or third aecu.()med to making smalls state wages.—F. Leaf, Bampton-street.Tiverton,Bevon. COOPER, unemployed, used to the mixed work of to v.* a find country shops temporary or perma- towa find country shops; temporary or perma- nency accepted.—9, Buzzard-st., Newtown, Cardiff. 462 ployment, locomotive or any other steam engine. —Please apply 2. John-street, Llanelly. 472 4 ROCERY and Provisions.—Situation required as \JT Junior to above good references used to both counters.—D. W., 89, Holton-road, Barry Dock. 603 IRONMONGERY.—Situation wanted as Junior As- sistant 5 years' experience.—Apply T. Jones, Ironmonger, Blaenavon. 455 MASTER Bakers.—W.mted, Situation good Bread l' and Cake Hand, &r. best refel'encEJ'Thom1\S Skiteh, care of Mr Gore, King-street, Nantyglo. 13 COTCH Drapery.—Advertiser (35) seeks Situation as Traveller in above trade good references abstainer.—Apply John Henry, Post-office, Carmar- then. 603 SUB-contracting Piecework of all descriptions in conneetion with the Bllildin Trade, including Dressed Stone, Walling, and Brickwork,to any amount; other branches if required, with or without finding materials.—Address 9, Tudor-road, Riverside. 323 TO Grocers.-Wanted, a Situation as Third or Single, in general grocery trade age 20 6 years experience excellent references. — F. Pile, Parra- combe, Barnstaple. 230 TO Master Tailors —Wanted, Situation as Cutter holds first-class Loudon 'diploma, also London expericuee; age 24 market town preferred.—J., South Wales Daily News," Cardiff. 475 rjno Master Tailors.—Young Man seeks Situation as Cutter's Assistant or Trimmer in good class trade 6V2 years' experience on the board total ab stainer.—Address A. Echo Office, Newport. 7169 TWO Ladies, inexperienced, desire Engagements JL Theatrical Company; good appearance Ethel, dark; Rose, fair; ages 18.—K., "Chronicle" Office, Neath. ^87 WANTED, by Young Lady, Situation as Barmaid i 't' thorouOihly experienced good London refer- ences; please state salary.-D., 6, Rhandir-terrace, Llangennech. 608 WANTED to Apprentice, a stroug Youth to the Butchering at Cardiff.—Apply B. Harris, Lint- hill, Skenfritli, near Monmouth. 395 WANTED, position on small farm as Bailiff, or any place of trust, by married man, aged 34 attend stock, garden, &c. life experience; highest references.—Thomas Berridge, Lye Grove Farm, Chip- ping Sodbury. 952 WANTED in South Wales, Situation Parlourmaid or Sewingmaid good needlewoman good references.—S. S., John-street, Thornbury, Gloucester- shire. 128 YOUNG Man wants situation as Shoeing and J)L General Smith good shooer.—Apply H, Echo Office, Cardiff. 380 laggings, jlparinwnts, Set. BOURNEMOUTH, the Health Resort, a lovely .J spot, Cremona HouKe, St Nicholas-road.—5s per (lay, or a Lady and Gentleman three guineas per week for Board and Apartments, all included. 356 FURNISHED Front Sitting-room and Bedroom gas, tire, and attendance bathroom moderate terms very centml.-)1rs Pedler'.s, 22, Charles-street, Cardiff. 29 ENTLEMAN Lodger or Lodgers Wanted. Com- IjT fcrtable and roomy quarters and low charge. Tram passes door.—31, Salisbury-road. 531 PENARTH.— Lansdowne Private Hotel. Extensive Channel view. Superior accommodation. Moderate charges. Special terms to permanent residents. 703 weekly, to respectable per on as Companion to another, middle-aged and active, living alone; slight assistance nothing menial onc servant holtse cheerfully situated near Cathedral, Churches, and Sta- tion.—Address Woodward, Ivy House, London-road, Worcester. WI ifaasrs, «.c., aalantci. HOUSE wanted at once Canton preferred rent JH about Ss per week .—Address G. F. C., 7, Con- way road, Canton. 458 HOUSE wanted to rent, off Newport-road three JtjL sitting-rooms and kitchen on ground tloor; no basement.—Arnold, Park Hotel. Cardiff. 55 PONTYPRIDD.—Wanted", to purchase, a good JL Dwelling-house in Pontypridd.—Write, stating full particulars, M 134, South Wales Daily News," CardiS. 134 JOt a12.-1in1!5tS, fEattir, &r. FOR Sale, A'illas in Clare-road, comprising 6 rooms, bathroom, wash-house, and cellar.—Apply 266, Newport-road. 529 FOR Sale, 52, St. George's-terrace, containing nine rooms and all conveniences lon lease.-Apply Daniel Phillips, Auctioneer, Swansea. 72C9 IjlOR Sale, Two Houses, Bridge-street, N ewpo: t long lease low ground rent.—Apply Mrs Morgan, Field Villa, Chepstow-road, Newport. 7205—668e I710R Sale, one semi-detached Villa, at Llanishen, opposite Vicarage gates, near station 6 bed- rooms, 2 reception rooms hot and cold bath, and usual offices electric bells; papered and ready for occupation.—Apply B. 412, Echo Office, Cardiff. 412 8, Miskin-street, Cat hays; nine-room house; hot and cold bath, lavatory, w.c.-Apply premises, 6 p.m. 296 PENARTH.—Small Villas for Sale, £470 to £530; JjL good sanitary and plumbing work.—F. Speed, House Agent, opposite Station, Penarth. 543 181, Newport-Road, Cardiff.—For Sale, a well-built j. House; three reception rooms, five good bed- room, hot and cold bath, W.c. sanitaryarra.ngements perfect; well-stocked gardens; capital stable, coach- house, conservatory low ground rent; moderate price. Apply abovo address. «n ht ICtf.-Houses, lattlr, &r. COUNTRY Residence to Let, situated close to Tre- harris Station, and enclosed in an acre of ground; possession can be had at once.—Apply David Prosser, Tveharris. 374 DESIRABLE Building Plots to Let, Penllyn Park B3tate, Newport, for semi-detached and terrace houses every fadlity offered to builders arrange- ments can be made to finance good men.-Apply for particulars, W. L. Griffiths, Architect, 27, High-street, Sew- 7140 FOR FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED Resi dences, Cardiff and Penarth, see Messrs Hern's Register.—94, St. Mary-street,Cardiff 1049 LLANDILO.—To Let, Country Residence, contains 2 reception-rooms, 5 bedrooms, bathrooms, kit- chens all ether requirements large productive garden fruit trees close to railway station.—Apply J. W. Jones, Gwlly House. 88 PENARTH (Plymouth-road).—To Let, comfortably a Furnished House. Two sitting-rcoms, five bed- rooms, good garden.—Apply 20, Plymouth-road, Penarth. 334 PEVCOED, Bridgend, Maes yr Haf.—To Let, this N. Commodious Residence, with six acres of excellent land possession in May. House contains nine rooms and offices, excellent supply of water, stable, coach- house, saddle-room, cowhouse, good garden, vinery with heating apparatus.—Apply George Evans, Sunuv Side, Pontypridd. 202 FORTHCAWL.—To Let, immediate possession, 8- Jt_ roomed House, Shop, Stable, and Coach-house, suitable for any business good position close to railway station.—Apply to Pugh, Radnorshire Dairy, Poithcawl. 193 rjno bo Let, that desirable semi-detached Villa Resi- JL dence, known as Carlton House, situate in Avenue-load, Abergavenny, containing on ground floor (lining and drawing-rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, china pantry, larder, and usual offices; on first floor three t,e(LOOlH, dressing, and bath-room, and w.c. on second floor two bedrooms, servants' room, and box- room. Has been recently painted and decorated throughout, and is in close proximity to the L. & N. W. Station excellent cellar, lawns at front and rear, conernttory antI small kitchen garden, planted with choice fruit trees. Possession arranged to uit tenant. —Apply to Mr T. II. Tomkins, 5a, Frogmore-street, Abergavenny. 7150 110 Let, small Farm, about 70 acres of rich arable JL and pasture land in a high ate of cultivation, aumiiably adapted for market gardening and dairy purposes, with water-power Grist Mill and 8-roomed House, close to ail way station, and three miles from Cardiff. Rare opportunity romantically situated. Immediate possession can be ha.d, and unexpired lease can be taken over subject to landlord's approval.— Apply o, 7069, Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 7069 jut re-pap<,red allll painted; COI!SCl vatories.- Apply S. Brukewich, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 973 fglO Let.—Building Ground on the Tredogan Farm, JL situated near Barry; good site for villas splendid view of the Channel.—Apply to J. Williams, Agent, Trealaw, Pontypridd. 147 -^Business ^rmitisss, &r. f large number of Front Offices or Show-rooms, Á with kitchen, cellars, dinner and luggage lifts, Ac., Pel can Club Buildings, Custom House-street, Cardiff, to be let in one lot, or divided into suites, with immediate possession.—Agents Jenkins, Clarke and Co., Cambrian-chambers' Westgate-street, Cardiff. ADAMSDOWN.—Large Shop and Premises, suit- able restaurant or butcher low rent early possession.-Jenkins, Clarke, and Co., Camt.ri;1I1' chambers, Cardiff. 1050 A 1ADOXTON.—A Shop to Let in Vere-street.—Apply to Lewis Lewis, Auctioneer, Barry Dock Cham- bers, Vere-street, Cadoxton-Barry. I,ANTON.-Convenient Shop and Premises, with 'J Bakery and Stable low rent; immediate posses- sion.—Jenkins, Clarke, and Co., Cambrian-chambers Cardiff. 1050 GOOD Suite of Offices in fit Mary-street, with immediate possession.—Jenkins, Clarke, and Co., 12, Westgate-street, Cardiff. 1050 TT OUSE and Shop to Let suit butcher or grocer.— J.1 Apply Queen s Hotel, Blaina. 593 NEWPORT.—To be Let, Suite of Offices, four rooms .i.TJ and lavatory centrally situated in Tredegar- place.— Particulars of Manager, Daily News" Office, Newport. 1.309 OFFICES to Let (double or single suites), ground floor, Masonic Hall, Dock-street, Newport, Mon. —Apply Henry Hellyer, 107, Dock-street. 542 OFFICES to Let single or other rooms, second or third £faon;, Reform Cluh, Custom Honse Bridge, facing Great Western Railway Station.—Jenkins, Clarke and Co., Cambrian-chambers, Cardiff. 1050 PONTYPRIDD.—To Let, with immediate posses- sion, large Grocery Premides main thoroughfare, containing Shop, Warehouses, splendid living accom- modation, stables, coach-house.—Apply J. Williams, Latimer-road, Llandilo; or 4, Chanel-street, Ponty- pridd. 281 TO Let, House and Shop, suitable for Butcher or JL other trade situate at 6, Holmesdale-street, lately occupied by a butcher.—Apply S. Andrews and Son. 12, Holmesdale-street, Grangetown. 535 mo Let, Ufficei Town Hall; second floor; leadi JL thoroughfare suitable for solicitor.—Terms and particulars, Phillips, Town Hall, Tonypandy. 452 mo Let, as lock-up Shop. large Premises at Market- JL street, 72ft. x 20ft. double plate glass front mahogany counters and fittings complete.—F. E. Griffiths, Market-street, Llanelly. 186 fTnG^Lefc, :1-Stalled Stable and Loft also Drawing- tL room and five Bedrooms.—Inquire Edwin Beard's, 220, Bute-road, Cardiff. 420 WELL-enclosed Yard and Buildings to be had on f T lease and moderate terms suitable for en- gineering or similar purpose, with siding, etc., adjoin- ing Docks, Newport.—Apply Joseph Heald, Rolling Stock Works, Cardiff. 6705 WESTON-SUPER-MARE.—To Let, valuable Busi- ness Premises, n best part of town command- ing shop, with dwelling-house and usual offices, in first-class repair.—Particulars of H. G. Miller, Water- loo-street, Weston-super-Mare. 61 WESTON-SUPER-MARE.—Royal Arcade Shops; TV plate-glass fronts; splendid thoioughfare; thousands visitors promenade immediate possession rents from £ 25.—Aoply Forse. Contractor. 946 ¡)usintzztz for Disposal. A Lady is desirous of disposing of her old-estab- lished School on very advantageous terms 8 miles from Swansea.—Apply "Scholastic," "South Wales Daily News," Swansea. 7072 'APí:1;ALRe'freshment House. witn Confectionery j and Tobacconist Busi -ess attached, in centre of Cardiff rent and ingoing mode rate.—Apply for full particubrs to Jenkins, Clarke, aud Co., Cambrian- chambers, Cardiff. 1050 C-IGAits. Tobacconist, and News-agency llusiness, direct route to famous Suspension Bridge gootl living trade; everything £ 60.—Apply Tebbs, Agent, Bristol. '16 C10FFEE Tavern and Dining-rooms; profits £ 4 ) weekly letting beds partly clears rent; price for everything as it stands, £135; great bargail1.-Apply Tebbs, Agent, 83, Old Market-street, Bri tcl. 121 1]TOR immediate Disposal, a gooá Drapery Business 1 principal thoroughfare on Moors, near Dowbis Ironworks stock optional.-Apply 54, Cowbridge- road, Cardiff. 170 -1:iôR Sale at Cardigan, [1. well-established- and 1 lucrative MIllinery and Fancy Bnsiness in tbe hest street, and recently fitted, and with all modern requirements. Rent moderate the most searching investigation permitted into the bona-fides of the concern.—Apply Graystone House, Cardigan. 194 FOR Sale, a good sonnd Coal, Wood, and Salt Business and Premises, in central position, in growing town.-Apply Esperenz, Clevedon-road, Weston-super-Mare. 6940 GROCERY Business for dispssal, in the centre of VUT Pontypridd best position, doing a good ready money trade, which could be greatly increased satis- factory reasons for disposin.-Apply T. Evans, Draper, Pontypridd. 7139 OPPORTUNITY seldo m met with, smart Coffee Tavern ;and Dining-rooms, taking £ 12 weekly; letting clears rent everything, including furniture, £ 75.—Tebbs. 2 ^^UIT Lady admirably. Confectionery, Sweets, and |io Registry Office delightful neighbourhood,Clifton profits S3 weekly proprietress retiring everything only £ 65.—Tebbs. 216 TEMPERANCE and Commercial Hotel, command- JL ing finest position, Bristol made nearly B20 weekly always commanded good trade ingoing £200. —Apply Tebbs. 216 public Houses. ATTRACTIVE Central Beerhouse, doing living trade; same tenant 11 years; good opportunity for business people only £30 crsh required.—Apply Tebbs. 129 FOR Sale by private Albert Inn, Dimond-street. House, known <1 ths Albert Inn, Dimond-street, the principal thoroughfare in Pembroke Dock; nnex- pired term 53 years reason for sale, decease of the owner.-Apply on the premises. 87 NEWPORT.—To Let, Royal Oak none but capital- ists and principals need apply.—W. Gibbs, Pro- prietor. 7145 SMART and attractive bold corner Outdoor Beer- house and General Business respectable street, Bristol profits nearly £5 weekly easily managed only £70 cash required.—Apply Tebbs, Agent, 83, Old Market-street, Bristol. 129 TO Brewers and Others.—To Let or Sell, thil told. JL established Free Double-Licensed House, known as the Farmers' Arms, opposite the Cattle Market Gates, Abergavenny.—Apply on the premises. 391 UiqrtUs, ^nrgrUs, &r. 4IOMMODORE Safety, cushion tyres, good condition; ball bearings throughout; cost £14 14s price, j37 cash, approval.—10, Courtland-terrace, Merthyr. 53 PNEUMATIC, 1893 Dunlop. detachable tyres, long wheel base, ball head, weight 301bs, full roadster, warranted to stand as well as any machine that cost S20 cash £9 15s. Sent on approval with pleasure. Also new machines, never been ridden, cushion tyres, at Cycle Works, Weston-super- Mare. 774 SAFETY, semi-diamond, solid tyre balls all parts ball pedals, hammock saddle, lamp, bell, well plated, lined, and enamelled warranted new uot used six times no use to owner, £3 15s approval.— Frank Burnell, 5, Regent-street, Weston-supsr-Mare. S. AFEIYlhmond frame, ball head, cushion tyres ly^in., best quality, ball pedals, and all other parts splendid machine, 1893 latest pattern, Humber, new (not used a dozen times), hammock sa delle, best lamp, bell, approval cash £6 lOci; bargain.—F. Meager, 45, Great Alfred-st. AW ston-super-Mare. 640 SAFETIES Safeties Safeties !—Wnte for most complete List in the Trade, post free, cwntaining over 5"0 New and Second-hand Machines, all of the latest patterns. -Machines from 25s, cheapest and best in the world. Trade supplied. Fifty percent, cheaper than other makers. Large list post free.—W. R. Warri- low, Regent Cycle Works, Weston-super-Mare. 6626 J}1 ORRIS JgROS., CYCLE WORKS, PONTYPRIDD. .2,OOO Worth of Cycles and Children's Horses, Ac., to be cleared about Half price for Cash, to. make room. We offer the best show. We have taken the lead in South Wales for 20 years, and cannot be beaten, because we have fully equipped engineering, electro- plating, and enamelling plants, with competent men at our disposal, and give prompt attention. Repairs at trade prices. Cyclist's outfit for 6s 6d, carriage paid, with lamp, bag, alarm, &c. See our Light Racers, Geared Ordinaries, and Patents of all kinds. Parcel of Books, Lists, a.nd Hints, iSrc., 9d post free, worth double. 1186 T ° CYCLISTS. Our LARGE STOCK of CYCLES for the COMING SEASON. NOW ON VIEW. We SELL THE FINEST MACHINE in the WORLD, "The HUMBGR." Also the much-boomed NEW HOWE." theunrivallerl "RUDGE," and the celebrated QUADRANT and B.A., amongst others Rudge Racers, 201bs weight Road Racers, 271bs all on. W. H. DAVIES & CO., J THE CARDIFF CYCLE DEPOT; 6847-481e CARDIFF. Jltttrljimrir, Spools, &t. pECKETT AND SONS, LOCOMOTIVE JjlNGlNE BUILDERS, BRISTOL, Have in Stock, ready for immediate delivery, NEW LOCOMOTIVES with Cylinders from 10" to 16" diameter, 4 and 6 wheels coupled, with all the LATEST MPROVEMENTS. Full particulars on application. 1081 B01LERS.-Three 30ft. x 7ft. and two 28ft. x 7ft, JL) for 801b working pressure, and others for 701b, 6Clbs, or lower good second-hand at proportionate prices. Vertical, double-rivetted Boiler, 13ft. x 4ft. diameter, and other sizes. Several Egg-ended Boilers, hath for steam pressure and receivers 01' tallks.-Rat- cliffe and Sons, Hawarden Iron Works, Chester. Telo- TllstcliIfe Sons, Hawarden. 7128 BRICK Machineiy.— 9ft. Perforated Pan, with JL) heavy Rollers about 5ft. 6in. diameter, and three tons each very strong pan, by Leeds maker, £85. 9ft. solid bottom < lay Pan, strong false bottom, £38. Strong horizontal Pug and Blick-cutting Table, £35. 8-h.p. Portable Engine, by leading maker, to be seen under 601bs steam pressure, £ 58. Box 7130, "Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 7130 FOR Sale, Locomotive, 20 tons three wheels coupled first-class condition.—\V. D. Roes and Co., Engineers, Swansea. 7080 FOR Sale, 20ft. by 4in. stroke Vertical Pumpiug Jt' Engine, or suitable to work a colliery fan, equal to new, price £eo Boiler. 20ft. by 6ft., with Galloway tubes and all fittings complete, nearly new.—Apply Davies, Oxford Buildings, Swansea. 7074 FOR Sale. Six double-flued double-rivetted Boilers, iT 30' x 7' for 751bs. pressure. Five ditto, 28' x 7" for 70Jbs pressure. others for pressures up to 651b3 Engines of all descriptions, singly and in pairs, including 6", 12", 15"; lB", 23", 26", and 30" for winding, driving, and hauling. Locomotives, Portables, Semi-Portables and Pumps. EDWARD RATCLIEFE, 6781 Hawarden, near Chester. Telegraphic Address: MERCHANT, ITAWAUDEN." mO be Sold, a bargain, one of Clayton and Shuttle- jL worth's doub:e 8% cylinder, 12in. stroke, 16 h.p. Portable Engines had very little wear.—Apply Lemon and Sons, Hayes, Cardiff. 67 HOISTING and HAULING ENGINES for Col- JL-t. lieries, Contractors, Builders, Pit-sinking, and Brickworks, etc. Steam Winches and Cranes. Steam Boilers of every description ready for immediate delivery. VERTICAL BOILERS A SPECIALITY. Horizontal and Vertical Engines, Shafting, Pulleys, Pumps, etc. Repairs Promptly Attended. Inquiries Solicited. T. W. DlLLON AND CO., ENGINEERS AND HOlLER MAKERS, HANNAH-STREET, CARDIFF. 5130 CHARLES D. PHILLIPS, EMLYN IRONWORKS, NEWPORT, MON., AND AT GLOUCESTER. Telegrams MACHINERY. NEWPORT." For MACHINERY of Every Descrintion, eady for INSTANT DELIVERY, Comprising Locomotives, Portable, Horizontal, and Vertical Engines of all sizes Vertical, Lancashire, Cornish and Other Boilers Mortar Mills, Saw Benches, Steam and Hand Cianes, Steam Winches Steam Pumps, Machine Tools of all kind*, 8.ilaiti9g, Pulleys, Leather Belting, Ac., Ac. 13C5 PHILLIPS' MONTHLY MACHINERY REGISTER, Containing over 3,000 Entries of Second-hand and New Machinery of every Description, post-free Sixpence. Magons aub lUrjmsites. ( ASH advanced upon all kinds of Railway Waggons j inspection 301111 .<\1llatiolls made. Aopiy Andrews and Baby, Cardiff. ll RAILWAY WAGONS for Hire or Sale. Cash or deferred payments.—The Midland Railway Car riage and Wagon Company, Limited, Midland Works Birmingham 1082 Vino Coal Merchants.—10 large 8-ton G.W. Coal X Wagons, with side and end doors suitable either for retail trade or shipping cheap, for cash, or 5 and 7 hire.—Apply J. Heald, East Moors, Cardiff. 6683 "W'AGONS Inquiries and Orders Solicited by LSR !THE BUTE WORKS SUPPLY' CO., 133B, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. Telegrams Gething, Cardiff. Telephone No. 45, Western Counties and Post Office • 1160 Telephone No. 45, Western Counties and Post Office • 1160 10 TON COAL GONS FOR SALE. A number of New to Latest REGULATIONS, Side and End Doors, ready for instant delivery. Also 25 SECOND-HAND in excellent condition, Side and End Doors, and of first-class build. All lO-TONNERS, and can be seen at Cardiff, To inspect and for prices apply THE BUTE WORKS SUPPLY CO., 133B, BUTE DOCKS, CARDIFF. Telegrams—" Gething, Cardiff." 523 60 Ten-ton Coal Waggons, side end doots, spring buffers; 20 do. with dead buffers; 40 ten-ton low side Trucks 20 eight-ton Coal Waggons cheap for cash or redemption purchase. New waggons with steel or oak frames supplied at few days notice.—Andrews and Baby. East Moors, Cardiff. 115 Horses, Wibt iitock, Carriages. | BY Private Sale, my very handsome dark brown -Mare, Winnie, height, lo or 15'1, 6 years old wilh nice action, fast, free without vice and souml; perfect in harness, and c'eyer hunter np to 13 stone, good tempered, nice mouth, carries lady with style reasonable trial and V.S. allowed price 30 guineas.— Apply 11, Edward-street, off Queen-street, Cardiff. 245 CCARRIAGE Lamps.—Inspection invited.—Best se- j lected Stock in the West.—E. Gnrnsey's C,uri- age Lamp Works, Merchant-street, Bristol. 7126 G- -UÙXSE Y' Carriage Lamps, tjtq{;:Ütÿ;d-b;t X value ever offered. Lamps repaired. Large stock new and second-hand lamps, — Works, .Merchant-street, Bristol, and 18 and 19, Bute-lane, Cardiff. 7125 IpDWART) ROGERS and CO., Coachbuilder -f2.j College-place, Bristol. Telegrams, Carro.sier, Bristol. Telephone, No 247. Established nearly a century. 1168 FOR Sale, a Dog-cart and Harness, nearly nen-~ also Bridle and Saddle.—Aoply to J. Vaughan< Cymro Ian, Brynmawr. 51 OR Sale, first-class 1-horse Trolley, carrv 30 cw7t also good light business Cart, cheap.—Boulter ana Wliitrovv, Pentonville, Newport. 70 4 NljNX,I'an<j;ul' Trap, Lorries, Second-hand Phaeton, Whitecuapel Brake (seat 13), Mounted Double Harness Brakes, Vans.Traps, etc, building Furniture Vans, all patterns, built or re-constructed. Speciality — vans, 16ft. long, 16 cwt.—Melhuish and Dew Carriage Builders, Maudlin-street, Bristol. 504 STRONG Useful S'pring Trap for Sale also two k7 Sets of Harness great sacrifice, giving up busi- ness.—Apply D. Bloomberg, Ammauford, Carmarthen- smre" 396 WANTED, light Coburg, to suit Baker.—Apply W.J.R., "South Wales Daily News" Office Swansea. 7183-658e i 00 Riding Saddles, bankrupt stock"-lnu7t be cleared" J Price, pigskin, 40s, 32s, 25s, complete; sent on approval.—Saddlery Company, Arcade, Swansea. 7071 J 0 If N N 0 It M TIT COACHBUILDER, MARKET-ROAD, CANTON CARDIFF, Has the following Vehicles ready for delivery :— NEW 1 Stanhope Gig, 8 Delivery Carts, available 1 Pi nice Dog Cart, for Grocers, Butchers, 1 Manchester Dog Cart, Bakers, &c. 1 Derby Dog Cart, 1 Baker's Van, 4 Rustic Carts, Trolleys, 2 Alexandras, 6 Contractor's Carts, 3 Pony Carts, 4 Crank-axle Carts, 1 Landau, 1 Hay Cart, 2 Whitechapel Carts, 3 Rave Cart, 1 Station Waggon, 2 Milk Carts, 1 Station Cart, 2 Greengrocer's Carts, 2 Small Brakes, 2 Furniture Vans. 1 Draper's Cart, Also a large assortment of Second-hand Vehicles. Canton Trams pass showrooms and Works. 5093 3for ^al £ ,-JKtsrd!an £ oas. A Bargain.—A good Box Mangle for Sale.—Apply J. Andrews, Robin's-ianeJCottage, Cadoxtcn,near Barry. 4 CHEAP Lot.—Leather Suite, Mahogany Table, r?i. Overmantel, Brass Fender, Brasses, Carpet, amI Rug only jB6 bargain.—Harris, The Market, New- port. 597 A Second-hand Magic Lantern, only once used bought at £ 2 sold £ 110s.—Address J. Lewis, Abergorlech, Carmarthen. 556 BARGAINS.—Manufacturers' Remnants in 101b. parcels of Prints, Velvets. Calicoes, Ac. price list free.—Black and Co., Bull's Head-chambers, Man- chester. V18 BILLIARDS or Bagatelle \—All those requiring new or second-hand tables, requisites, or billiard work done should, before going elsewhere, send for price list to Hennig Bros., 29, High-st., London, W.C. FIREWOOD—Oak and Larch. Special quotations j' for two tons and above on rails.—Price and Williams, Timber Merchants, 193 FOR Sale, 20,000 Wheeler's Improved Cabbage Jt' Plants warranted, 5s per thousand.— S. Phillips, Gardener, Filter Beds, Llanishen. 103 Siemens'-Martin, 413 tons half Swedish and half above, 40 tons Tin Bar Metal, 11 tons Special Swedish. —W. D. Rees and Co., Engineer>" Swansea. 7079 immediate private dis- posal a real Russian Tail Fur Boa, very dark brown, 10 feet long. immensely thick, soft, value 75s sacrifice for 19:1 9d perfectly new.—Can be seen by writing P.II., Daily News, Cardiff. 133 (GALVANISED CORRUGATED IRON ROOFING X SHEETS. Large quantity of slightly Defective Sheets. 5 ft. by 2 ft.—Is Id each I 8 ft. by 2 ft.—Is lid each 6 ft. by 2 ft.—Is 5d bach 9 ft. by 2 ft.—2s 4d each 7 ft. by 2 ft.—Is 8d each 10 ft. by 2 ft.-2s 9el each Galvanised Ridging, Gutters, Down Spouting, Nails, Washers, Rivets, Ac., and all materials for fixing can be inspected at BRUCE AND LIMITED, 75, NORFOLK- STREET,.QUEEN'S DOCK, LIVERPOOL, Centractors and Builders of Iron Buildings, Dock Sheds, Churches, Hay Barns, Ac. Estimates Free. 1328 JEW^LlRY7">Vatches, WluclTa^te^TTo^; Cutlery, Musical Instruments, Pipes. Wholesale list sent Birmingham. 78 3 ADY, having Remnants, forwards ,,0 pieces Plush, JLJ Satin Velvet, Is 2d 40, 2s 2d 300 Crazy Pieces, 2s 6d.—Graham, Margate. 358 MILK for Sale; 30 gallons daily (refrigerate!) by 1.1 rail; churns found.—James utt, Comptou Bishop, Weston-super-Mare. MO NETTING (tanned) for seed beds, poultry fences, JL'< fruit trees, protection from frost, Ac., 1d square yard carriage paid.—E. Pamall and Co., Netting Makers, Hedminster, Bristol. 7061 PIG and Poultry Feed.—Kiln-dried damaged Wheat reduced to S3 108 per ton, cash '/o-'on upwards. Sweet, clean Wheaten Chaff, 30s per ton.—Apply to Peter White, Corn Merchant, Liverpool. 613 1-50TATOES.- Splendid rod or light soil Magnums, grand cookers, loose or ill buyers' sacs; also splendid Seed Magnums.— G. Graham, Potato Mer- chant, Whitchurch, alop 86 SUED Potatoes, Early Myatts, Beauty of Hebron, Magnums, cheap; guaranteed pure.-Young, Rotunda-buildings. 26 SPOONS and Folks cash urgently needed.—Lady offers new seven-guinea Silver Plated Service 12 each tahle spoons and forks, dessert spoons :¡"Id forks, teas 60 pieces, for 35s approval, carriage paid.— Mrs H. Dalton, 312, Vauxliall Bridge-road, London. TABLE Cutlery, Bargain.—Three-guinea Service for 2ls cash wanted must sell; pe íectly new approval parcels post,.free 12 table knives, 12 cheese knives, pair carvers, amI steel; white pinned balanced handles makers, Hirley snd Sons, Sheffield (Queen's cutlers*.—Address Mrs Neville, 39, Aldebert-terrace, Albert-square, Clapham, London, S. W. 137 rj^HE Matrimonial Herald and Fashionable Marriage X Gazette Official organ of The World's Great Marriage Agency, the only High-class Marriage Insti- tution in the British Empire. (10 years' public reier- ence.— Vide J'renK.) Price 3d (in envelope secure from observation 5d).—EDITOR, 40, LAMB'S CONDUIT- STREET, LONDON, W.C., or ordei of News- agents. 1184 WELSH Books, Papers, and Music, at Roberts Brothers, 15, Working-street (late High-street Arcade), Cardiff. 6162 WILLIAMS'" Typewriter excels all others. V t Brought for inspection on application.— Wade, Agent for Wales, 64, Wind-street, Swansea. 204 jO?-—Handsome Walnut Suite, upholstered in cW Oriental Saddlebags (nine pieces) all perfect.— Harris, Market, Newport. No connection with any other address. 597 £ 10.—Complete, 4ft. Walnut and Rosewood Bedroom Suite massive Black and Brass Persian Bed- stead, 2in. pillars jE3 15s.—Harris, Market, New- port. 597 ,>0,000 FeeU first class Dunnage Boards, Scantling, rri and Deals, all sizes and lengths, cheap.—Shap- land, 9, Canal-parade, Cardiff. 6Ul ELSH FEATHER B E D S. THESE CELEBRATED BEDS ARE MADE IN WELSHPOOL, NORTH THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FEATHER BEDS NOW OFFERED. No 1.—Single Bed, Bolster, aud Pillow, 6ft. 3in. s. d. by 3ft. oin., weighing 401bs 30 0 No. 2.—Double Bed, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, 6ft. 6in. by 4ft. 6in., weighing 501bs 37 6 No. 3.—Double Bed, Bolster, and 2 Pillows, 6l"t. 6in. by 4ft. '-in., weighing 551bs 41 0 WARRANTED DliY AND SWEET. These venowneil Feathers are put into Best Union Ticking, and well made, sent carriage paid to any Station iu the United Kingdom. WARRANTED DliY AND SWEET. These venowneil Feathers are put into Best Union Ticking, and well made, sent carriage paid to any Station in the United Kingdom. Any sized Beds made to-order fo" 9d. per lb. Samples of Feathers and Ticking post free. Feathers without Ticking, 6d per lb. All ordtm; must be accompanied by Cheque or P.O.O. payable to H. HANDY, FEATHER MERCHANT, WELSHPOOL. Sept. 30, i892. 5749 I-. iHisciUatuous Mants. DRAPERS',Outfitters',and Milliners' Stocks pur- chased for cash.—Apply Isaac Thomas, Stock Buyjr, Wharton-street, Cardiff 7093 UUyr, Wharton-street, Cardiff 7093 OLD Artificial Teeth purchased, cash beprice given; remittance return post; misfits re- modelled.—Parcels must, be addressed Goodman, 5, Bristol Bridge, Bri ~tol. 38 WAR Medals.—Wanted, to Purchase Naval and Military Medals, dated 1848 or earlier Regi- mental, Yeomanry, or Volunteer.—Lash more, Jeweller, Oswestry. 956 $UsaItaiuous. IF yon are married, or contemplate taking this bu. porlant step, we c"n "encl you valuable informa- tion which you ought to know. end your address aiiu we will send you catalogue and pamphlet free.— Address, H. G. lverr, Westnill, Wandsworth, London. 17* RET WORK Fretwork Fretwork !—Soiul fpr 1 two JllusLrated Catalogues of fretwork Patterns post-free, 6d.—T. A. Egelstafl, 2, William-street, City- road, Bristol. 51 /1 OLD Fields.—Party of working men intend pro- VJT feeding to South Africa shortly pamphlet and ail particulars,_six^ stamps.—Mr Brise, Porlhcawl. 311 MARQUEES, Tents, Pavilions, Flags for Hire Taipaulings, Waggon-covers, Bags, all Canvas Goods made to order.—Apply Jonathan Jones, Swan- sea 7:°l_ MARQUUES and Tents to 78ft. wide for iiio; di-tance no object.—Apply Thomas Pugslc-y and Co., Newport, Mon. *772 f jnOiSACCONlSTS commencing.— Illustrated Guide, f jnOiSACCONlSTS commencing.— Illustrated Guide, J 3d. How to commence.—Tobacconists Outfitting Co., 186, Etiston-road, J.clIldou.-Smoke "Pit:k-me-up" Cigarettes everywhere. 40 i'1li.H,NlSli on our New liire system. Houses of 11.. A parlmonts completely furnished 011 a new sys- tem adopted solely by us, whereby all publicity, exposure, and inquiries usually made by other com panies are dispensed with. Wa have an immense stock oi Household Furniture of cheap and superior quality. 411 goods sold on the Hire System at ready-money prices. Vy e make no oxtra charge for credit, and all goods sent home ill H, private van free of charge. No stamp or agreement charges made no bill of sale everything private. Arrangements completed without delay, and, being manufacturers, wo guarantaequality, and will undertake to supply furniture, etc., at 10 per cent. less than any price-list issued by any firm in Cardiff. Eleven showrooms. Call and inspect our im- mense stock, and compare prices before purchasing elsewhere. We will supply £ 6 worth for 2s od weekly B10 worth, 4s weekly jS15 worth for 5s weekly £20 wörth, 6s weekly and so on in proportion. Special terms for larger quantities. Please note the Address: SOUTH WALES FURNISHING COMPANY, 31, Castle-st. (opposit.e tho OasMe). Cardiff. 12783-1105-10 iEoimr. 25 wanted for One Year, upon Personal Security will pay good interest.—Write H.C., "Daily tJws," Cardiff. M2 MONEY to Lend.-£2,0li0, £1,000, £800, £600; these amounts and others ready to be advanced immediately on mortgage on good leasehold or free- hold propeities in Cardiff—Jenkins, Clarke, and Co., Cambrian-chambers, Westgate-street, Cardiff. 1050 WANTED, Loan ol £ 3,500, 011 mortgage of good freehold proper; y, at 5'/2 to 4 per cent-.—Apply Abertaue, Daily News," Swansea, 70al MONEY —ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT BILL OF SALE, PUBLICITY, OR FEES FROM ONE MONTH TO FIVE YEARS. THE NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, BALDWIN-STREET, BRISTOL. EST. 1875. CAPITAL. £200,000. The Directors of this well-known, old-established Bank are prepared to offer xceptional advantages to all responsible persons in need of temporary cash assistance. Private and Prompt ADVANCES made daily, on borrower's simple Promiswry Note, AT 5 PER CENT. INTEREST. The amount borrowed may De repaid by instalments or at the end of a stated period. SPECIAL NOTICE. This Bank is not connected with any Loan Societies or Advance Companies, and he usual objectiono-ble loan office routine is entirely spenseù with. Apply in strictest confidence to t MR T. C. MILRUBN, 6001 Resident Manager CASH ADVANCED by I. SELINE, from~~ £ 5 nd upwards, on personal security, to all classes, repayable to suit the convenience of borrowers. Dis- tance no object. Apply personally or bv letter G, BELLE VUE-STREET, SWANSEA. Private and confidential as heretofore.—N B Advances made on plate, jewellery, watches, Ac. at a reduced rate of charges. 1250 MONEY.— If you want it promptly, privately, and ITJL at a low rate of interest on your simple promis- sory notes, with orwrtnoutsureties, apply immediately, enclosing stamped envelope, to Mr W. P. Thomas, J, Market-street, Abertillery. special Features :0 in- quiry fees reasonable interest, which is quoted before- hand; universal promptitude, a day's notice being generally sufficient; no oppression of honest and solvent clients. The Carlton Bank, Limited, for whom Mr lhornas is Branch Manager, has been established 10 years, and has a capital of £ 30,000, consequently no genuine and respectable application is ever refused. "m/BTONEY LENT PRIVATELY AT A FEW -L"JL HOURS' NOTICE entleman having a large amount of Capital is willing to grant advances, upon note of hand alone, x?-irrw?y -m not exceeding 15 years, from £ 15 to 4,1,WJ, at 5 per cent., to Clergymen, Farmers, Hotel 1 roprietors, Lodging-house Keepers, Tradesmen, or to any responsible Person, Male or Female, in Town oa Country. Without loan office formalities or bill oj saie Distance no object, and so long as the interest; is paid the capital can remain. No genuine application re- xuaed. All communications are treated strictly private —Apply to the actual Lender, H. Harrison, Esq., 87, York-read, Westminster Bridge-road. London. 111.5 MONEY LENT AT FIVE PER CENT, FROM £ 10 to £ 2,000. WHY pay more, when a Private Gentleman is pre- pared to grant Advances to Male or Fem'11e, upon their PROMISSORY NOTE ALONE, in any partof England, Wales, or Ireland, without loan office formalities or objectionable inquiries ? No Bill of Sale or Sureties re- quired. The advance can be paid back hy easy instal- ments, or can remain out from 1 to 15 years by paying the interest only. Call or write to the actual Lender, WiLFRED WILBERFORCE, ESQ., *11, Stroud Green-road, Finsbury-park, London, N. MONEY LENT ON NOTE OF HAND AT SHORT NOTICE, by a Private Gentleman, from £ 10 to at 0 per cent. Why apply to Professional Money Lenders, so-called Companies 01' Banks, when any responsible applicant can obtain an advance Privately, without sureties and the usual formalities of a Loan. OfficeV For the benefit of Borrowers I am prepared to grant advances from one to ten years in any part of England or Wales, to male or female (distance no object), and if desired the in- erest can be pajid quarterly or half-yearly, 01' as may be arranged, therefore tho applicants get the full benefit of cash advanced Apply in confidence to the actual lender, II. HUNTER, Esq., 1135 13564 130, Westminster Bridge-road, London. COMMERCIAL ADVANCE BANK J 19, QUAY-STREET, CARDIFF £ 3 to £ 500 can be obtained on the same aaJ as applied for by profesiona,}, gentlemen, tradesmen, farmers, cowkeepers, and householders. Applicants may rely on the strictest secrecy being observed. Charges moderate, and no enquiry or other ees charged unless cash advanced. Country applica- tions attended to without delav. Apply personally or by letter to Mr L. JOSEPH, COMMERCIAL ADVANCE BANK, J166 19, QUAY-STREET CARDIFF. g>10 to £ 2,000 ad vanced on personal securi ty, deposits, share certificates, Ac., without inquiry fees of any kind.-For particulars call or write to Manager, 3, Bute-terrace, Cardiff. 5933 £ 5 and upwards granted daily to householders, with- out sureties, 110 delay, 110 fees, and confidential.— Apply, by letter or personally, to F. Gould, 88, Pont- morlais, Merthyr Tydfil. 6570 O A pT iirfXiX Ready to be Advanced on good V\J'Fi,eeh»ld or Leasehold Property, in sums of £ 100 to £ 10,000; also on good personal secu rity, reversions, annuities, Ac., Ac.—Messis Hern, Financial Agents, 94, St Mary-street, Cardiff. 1049 ijpigmtz, &r. CANARIES.—Prize bred Norwich plainheads and crested, grand songsters, from 5s 6d npward; also Mules and Goldfinches.—J. Blacker, 22, Lewis-st., Aberaman. 315 W E vAUGHAN AND CO., LIMITED, STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENCH CLEANERS, &c., LLANDAFF-KOAD, CARDIFF. BRANCH ESTABLISHMENTS 32, QUEEN-STREET, rA Rm™ 248, BUTE-STREET, ("CARDIFF. 60, WINDSOR-ROAD,' PENARTH. 52, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT 83, HIGH-STREET, MERTHYtf. 27, CASTLE-STRKET, SWANSEA. 19, ARCADE, PONTYPRIDD. AGENTS IN ALL TOWNS IN SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, Whoreceive and forward Parcels regularly to the Work Agents' Addresses and Price Lists sent in answer to Post Cards. POSTAL SERVICE. I Parcels amounting to Five Shillings sent direct to Works will be returned Carriage Paid one way. W. E. VAUGHAN AND CO., LIMITED, DYERS, Are doing the largest trade and working the most efficient Machinery within a radius of One Hundred Miles, and ARE CELEBRATED FOR CLOTHES AND DRESS CLEANING by FRENCH PRuCESS, pro- ducing permanent colours, a superior finish, moderate charges, and promptness of despatch. IQQQ FOR COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, AND NEURALGIA. DR J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORG- DYNE.—^Vice-Chancellor sir W. Page Wood stated publicly in court that Dr J. Collis Browne was undoubtedly the inventor of Chlorodyue, that the whole story of the detendant Freeman was deliberately untrue, and he regretted to say it had beeu sworn to.— See The Times," July 13,J.06;. DR J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO DYNE.—The Right Hon. Earl Russell com muuieated to the College of Physicians aud J. T Davenport that ho had received iuforma tion to the effect that the only remedy of any service in cholera was Chlorodyue.—See 1868. R JTCOLLIS BROWNE'S CIJLORO- DYNE.—Extract, from the "Medical Times, Jan. 12, 1866 It is prescribed by scores of orthodox practitioners. Of course, it would not be t has singu larly popular did it not supply a want and fill a place. DR J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE is the best and most certain remedy in coughs, coldr, asthma, consumption, neuralgia, rheu matism, Ac. ) DR J. COLLIS BROWNJi'S CHLORO- DYNE is a certain cure in cholera, dysentery, diarrhoea, &c. DR J. COLLIS BROWNE'S CHLORO- DYNE.—CAUTION.—None genuine without the words "DrJ. Coltis Browne's Chlordyne" 011 the Government stamp. Overwhelming medical testimony accompanies each bottie. Sole manufacturer, J. P. DAVENPORT, 33, Groat Russell-terrace, Blooms- bury, London. Sold in bottles, is iy,.d, 2s 2d, 4s 6d and lis. 4943-14926 jg V E R ¥ M A N suffering from N ERVOUS and PHYSICAL DEBILITY should send for a valuable pamphlet explaining how all nervous and organic derangements may be success fully treated'without stomach medication. The method is easy and pleasant, and will ertVcta perfect and per- manent cure. Sent, sealed, post free.—Address E NOiffON. HIGH HO;,HORN, LONDON. W.C. POSTAL DELIVERY OF TUE 3 O U T H WALES DAILY N E W S. 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Cardiff. tOusiiMSs .Aitor&ssfisi THE JpEOPLE'S pAPER JT JL 13 THE QAXIDIFF rpiMES AND SOUTH y^TALES "^EEKLY NEWS vv tv _Lij I jgEST jJTOTION I "VARIED JjlEATURES -°- gPECML ^RTICLES j The following are some of tho Special Fedtures which appear weekly in its Columns. MEMORABLE DAYS. Ecl/oes from tho Calendar, tier-ling with Saihts' Days, Holidays, and the strange and interesting individuals and customs recorded in the Calendar. WORKMEN'S TOPICS. A weekly Article, specially written or the Cardijf Times and S01lth Wales Weekly News by Ir WILLIAM ABRAHAM (MABON), on current Labour Questions amI the Conditions of Labour in Great Britain. Read by thousands of miners in the Rhondda WELSH GLEANINGS Interesting Paragraphs of the doings and sayings of Welshmen in every part of the world. SONGS FOR THE PEOPLE. A drew Fletcher, of Saitoun, in a letter to the Marquis of Montrose, wrole I know a very wise man that believeù that if a man were permit led to make all the ballads he need not care who should make the laws of the nation. Under this heading appear weekly Poems dealing with the life, the ioys, and the sorrows of the People, culled from all sources. BOOKS NEW AND OLD. A special feature dealing with the best books published at prices within the reach of the People. GOSSIP OF THE DAY. Bright Tittle Tattle of doings and sayings in South Wales. OUR SATURDAY SERMON. A Pithy Homily weekly en life's duties, selected from the writings of the "Great Ones of the Earth." MUSICAL AND EISTEDDFODIC NOTES, By Maelgwyn, deal with all the more interest- ing Eisteddfodic and Musical matters of South Wales. FARM AND GARDEN. A weekly column of interest to Farmers and Amateur Gardeners. THE HOUSEHOLD. A collection of Recipes and Hints of value and interest to every housewife. A WOMAN'S LETTER TO WOMEN. A special illustrated article on Dress and the Toilet, written by a Lady Journalist. THE ORDER OF THE ROUND TABLE. The most interesting Children's Column pub. lished.—Conducted by Aunt IVIaggio Symington. Y GOLOFN GYMREIG, By DAFYDD MORGANWG The best Welsh Column published. Read by Welshmen the world over. FICTION. MISS DORA RUSSELL'S New Story— A HIDDEN CHAIN. A SERIES OF ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, By FAMOUS NOVELISTS. EXPERIEN. ES OF A LONDON DETECTIVE. A completo story each weuk. WELSH TIT-BITS, Neu Wreichion Oddiar yr Eingion. By Cadrawd. WIT AND HUMOUR. A column of selections from all sources QUEER STORIES. Grave and Gay True and otherwise. "FROM THE SOCIETY PAPERS. Interesting paragraphs of doings in the World of Fashion. WELSH ECHOES FROM LONDON. Political, Social, Literary; specially written by Our London Welsh Correspondent. THE WORLD OVER.' Under this head appears the cream of the Foreign Intelligence of the Week. "CAPITAL AND LABOUR." The Week's News in the Labour World. In addition to these Special Features the CARDIFF TIMES and, SOUTH WALE* WEEKLY NEWS contains THE NEWS OF THE WEEK. The Largest, Brightest, and Best Weekly Journal Published in the Principality. All the Features of a Magazine and tIle News of a Great Weekly Newspaper. THE JpEOPLE'S JOURNAL. 72 LONG COLUMNS Of Special Articles, First-class Fiction, and the AVeek's News for One Penny. ORDER FROM iOUR NEWSAGENT A COPY OF THE CARDIFF TIMES Jt. JL AND gouTH keivLY J^EWS, ONE PENNY WEEKLY. ]?Al-tl\lElts, ¡ SEND YOUH. OWN WOOL TO BE MADE INTO CLOTH from IT 3(1 to 2s 4d per yard. Blankets from lw 2d to 2s 6d 1- cr yard. Flannels from 9d to Is 6d per yard. Stocking Yarn from 8d per lb. Patterns lor- "larded to select frol11. CiLrriage Intid to and from the Mills on all orders 01 over £ 2. TYLER AND COMPANY, MAESLLYN MILLS, LLANDYSSIL 1;3:(7 ROC'lir WALES 1139 ^RTIFICIAL TEETH. A COMPLETE SET ONE GUINEA SINGLE TOOTH 2/6 Five Years' Warranty. Prize Medal. GOODMAN & CO., 56, QUEEN-STREET, CARDIFF. ARTIFICIAL TEETH PAINLESSLY FITTED by Atmospheric Suction, tt one-third the usual charges. 1\; 0 Extractions necessary perfecl alllI permanent life-like appearance; special SOFT PALATES fur Tender Gums periect for Mastication anti Speech. COUNTRY PATIENT'S supplied in One Visit, and railway fare allowed. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN O REPAIRS, EXTRACTIONS, STOPPING, &C, TESTi.M ONIA 1,S. Dr ANDRE>7 WILSON (late R N.) says :—"I can EXTRACTIONS, STOPPING, &C, TESTIMONIALS. Dr ANDRE>7 WILSON (late It N.) says :—"I can recommend Mr Goodman as;1. very skilful and humane Dentist. His reasonable charges should attract to him all classes." h- K VYSE, of Pla" ;t-ow, says :—" I am very well pleased with the att.:mtiol1 I have received from you. Tho Artificial Teeth supplied have given me perfect satisfaction, as t pieviou.i Fet, I had from another dentist were by 110 means comfortable. I am indebted to Dr Andrew Wilson, editor of Health, for recommend- ing me to your establishment." Consultations Free. Speciality in WHITE ENAMEL and GOLD FIL INGS, AMERICAN DENi'JfSTRY and PLATELESS PALATES. Before entering look for the Name— GOODMAN & CO., 56, QUEEN-ST.. CARDIFF. Hours—10 to 8. 6407—1910 IMPORTANT TO GENTLEMEN. One Box of Horton's I.X.L. Pills arc guaranteed to cure all complications, whether acquired or otherwise. Also gravel and pains in the back. Free from mercury. Post freo for 48 from G. D Horton, M.P.S. (from the General Hospital), Astou- rd' Birmingham Agents Cardiff—A. Hagon, Chemist, 39,Bridge st.and 11,Butc-st. :i.\Icrthvr-. W ills. Chemist, Swansea—Lloyd, Chemist, Oxiord-st. Newport— Young,Chemist, High-st. N B.—Has never been known to fJjl answered free. Piea se name paper. 2382 ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all derangements of the Urinary Organs (acquired or constitutional), Gravel, and Pains in the Back Guaranteed free irom Mercury. Sold in Boxes 4s 6tl each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout tho world, •r sent to any address for sixty stamps by ttie.M«^-is The Liucola suid Alidltuid Cuuutwa Drug. Cr^jp-y MmjoiD. iUsO iSusimsa p,iH¡rt5SfS. —— — r Brilliant SERIES OF STORIES BY WORLD-FAMOUS AUTHORS: SECURED AT ENORMOUS EXPENSE POIT ORIGINAL PUBLICATION IN THE CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY C THESE STORIES HAVE NEVER BE. JL FORE BEEN PUBLISHED, and are the Latest, Best, and MBSl Attractive Works by the following Distinguished Novelists MARIE CORELLI. Author of A RonianW Of Two Worlds." TTERQME K. JEROME, Author of Men m a Boat." JOliN STRANGE WINTER, Author of Booties' Baby." FLORECE WARDEN, Author of "The House cn the Marsh." MRS FRANK GRIM WOOD. The Heroine ot Manipur. EDWIN L. ARNOLD, Author of Phra, the Phoenician." HELEN MATHERS, Author of Comin' m thro' the Rye." COMMANDER CAMERON, Author of "In Savage Africa." WILLIAM WEST ALL, Author of "A Phantom City." M' RS WALFORD, Author of "The Baby's Grandmother." HUME NISBET, Author of "The Jolly Roger." AMILTON AIDE, Author of "Carr of Carrlyou." STEPNIAK, The Russian Exile A former Professor of Kieff University. THE EIGHTH STORY OF THE SERIES WILL BE CONTINUED IN THE ^ARDIFF T I M E S AND gOUTH"ALES^rEEKLY-J^'EW8 OF SATURDAY, MARCH 18TH, 1893, By £ JOMMANDER ~J^ QAMEROFF The well-known Explorer and Novelist Entitled "VENGEANCE!" I, gTEPNIAK Win write A RUSSIAN STORY OF A SENSATIONKT, TYPE. As one who has suffered and studied on behalf of his country, he writes with feeling and effect. J^JRS JplRANK gT. ^NRIMWOOD, Who received from the Queen the Royal lied Cross of India. in recognition of her heroilr4 during the Manipur massacre, and who has written with success My Three Years in Manipur," and a novel, The Power of an Eye," is writing a complete Tale, 1 "TWO AND ANOTHER." I entitled. mRS L. B. WAtr0HD Is contributing' a ClJl11p:ete Tale "A COURT TRAIN A STORY Of SUMMER." w ILLIAM -^r EST ALL tV tv Will be represented by a Two Pgrt Story, entitle4 "DR COLLEIT3 REVENGE." inr U M E NISBET. Who has distinguished himself as a NVriter of Australian and Sea. Stories, is fumi^11^ for this Series a Nautical Story of dilshing character, THE DARK-EYED DARLIG." JJAMILTON ^iDE, An Author welcomed by a large circle, is Mother contributor, his manuscript being e»tItied A MODERN ISHMAEfc-" THE SERIES COMMENCE0 ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 7fH, 1893. It is impossible even briejly to &sc*ibe each individual contribution, birf Our Pleaders may rely upon works of Pirst Class Character, Great Interest* 4nà thorough Originality. NOW APPEARING IN THE CARDIFF TIMS AND -IOUTH w ALTIS -WEEKLY )iEWS 0 TV tY A WONDERFUL MEDICINE jgEECHAM'S PILLS, JgEECHAM'S PILL0* J jgEECHAM'? PILLS, Are universally admitted to be wortn a ^JJaeaaBox for Bilious and Nervous disorders, sudLi wind and pain at the stomach, sick headache, gidj Tss, flUnesfl and swelling after meals, dizziness antf-.Vowsiness, cold chills, liushings of heat, loss 01 appeal shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, blotch^ J the skin, disturbed sleep, frighuul ureams, and jjjjrvous and trembling sensations, &e Tue hrst 0"1 will give relief in twenty minutes. This ¡; no >11, lor tiiey have done it in countless cases. Every sutferer is earnestly invited tOtone box of hese Fills, aud they will be acknowledlr O be w ORTH A GUINEA A POI VT -TORTq A GUINEA > tOX. Y^TORTH A GUIN^ A BOX. v 7 For Females of all ages they are J^uuable. No Female should be without them. The^l not a medi- cine to be found eiiual to them for rymg any ob- struction or irregularity of the sV' It taken according to the directions given wi'Jich box they will soon restore Females 01 all sound and robust health. This has been pro y thousands who lig-ve tried them, and found the Vas which are sured uy oiietr ase. J^EECHAM'S PILLS. Plrf. B EECH;.s PILLS For a weak stomach, impaired ^stion, and al disorders of the liver they act like *j C," and afeW doses will be found to work wo on the most mportant organs of the humaO,te:hine. They strengthen the whole muscuiar sYbe restore the appetite, and arouse into action physical energy of the human frame. These ^FaCTS testi fied continually by members of ail es of society and one of the best guarantees d nervous md debilitated is "jgEECHAM'S PILLS. PIll BEECIlJJs PILLS j Have the Largest Sale 04 any PaW1' sdicine iu the World FULL DIRECTIONS ARE GIVEN w¡1CH BOX. Prepared only and sold wholesale retail by th Proprietor, T. BEECH AM, Cliemi^' jlelens Lancfl- shire, and by all Druggists tent Mediciu Dealers: everywhere. 9.1. In Boxes, 91 id, Is and eaoh. 6961 THE DE REES BILL-^S^ANri^I-LS ADVERTISING COMPA^jAjMITED, PROPRIETORS of 150 of the LAf V.T STATlON^^fl_ NEWPORT, PONT 1'POOL, Rls0" ASTERN an»fN WESTERN VALLEYS. -I'] '\J TERMS ON APPLIES* 1009