THEATRE ROYAL CARDIFF. Lessee and Manager Mr. RBDFOED Every Evening at 7.30, THE "SIGN OF THE CROSS, Now Playirg to Crowded Houses at the Lyceum Theatre, London. 'to' NEXT WEEK The Musical Comedy—" ORLANDO DANDO." Now Bex Office at Theatre, St Mary-street Jutranee Seats can be blwkHl by u i i e, letter, er Telephone. National Teltphone, IGI.
THE QUADRANT C VCLE CO LIMITED, 35, CASTLt STREET, CARDIFF, Centraetcrs to H M. G j\"( ruinem. WILL NOT APPOINT ANY AGET IN SOUTH WALES, "7 BATS D £ CIt>Sl> TO Trade with the Public Direct := AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, Enabling Riders to obtain Cycles at afiREAT REDPONON through the saving uf Middlemen's Profits. All the Machines are made of the finest Steel obtainable, IN Light in jWeight, and up-to-date in Design and Finish, THE SPECIAL QUADRANT WILL B8 SUPPLIED AT JEtO IOS., or 12 Monthly 'Payments ofJUts.
J. H. ABBOTT, COMPLETE '1 HOUSE FUENISHER, 39 & 41, HOLTON RD. Rees' Harry: Central Auction Rooms Estate and Emigration Offices. 7S, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Established 1S77. Furniture Bought for Cash. in Large or Small Quantities. SALE PRIVATELY AT ROOMS. MR EDWARD REES, Auctioneer, is prepared tn Sell privately, at extremely Low Prices, any SAFES, not, sold at Auction Sale, or orders taken for Safes at any size. NO. 255, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. MR EDWARD REES will SELL by AUC- TION. by order of the High Bailiff, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. No. 254, HOLTON ROAD (under Distress for Rent. MR EDWARD REES is instructed to SELL by AUCTION, Butcher's Fittings, Utensils, Spring Trap, Furniture, and other Effects, on the premises, TUESDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, 189S. No Reserve. N.D. -Furniture may be Entered for next week's Sales. See handbills. CASH Advanced upon Furniture sent to Rooms for absolute Sale, or Purchased right eut, in Large or Small quantities. FOR SALE Privately the following GRAND BARGAINS, at Auction Rooms hand- some New Anierican Organ, 9 stops, £ 10 10s, small Bedroom Suite, Drawing and Dining Room Suites, several Peiambulators, Sewing Machines, a band- some Green Utreche Velvet Tub (new) Duchesse Table and Stand, New and Seoond-hand Beds and Pillows, R ENTS Collected. Property managed. AGENT FOR Castle Line to South Africa Canard Line to New York, &o. Allan Line to New York, Canada, Itc. Banker's References: Lloyd s Bank. THE YORK HOTEL, CUSTOM HOUSE BRIDGE, CARDIFF. Two Minutes' Walk from G. W.R. Station. ALES, WINES, SPIRITS, AND CIGARI OF THE FINEST QUALITY. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR THEATRE PROFESSIONALS, Ac. Large Club Room and Bowling Alley. BEDS. The Stage and Eta taken in. BEN. D. JENKINS, Proprietor. THE BLACK LION HOTEL, ST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. THE NOTED HOUSE FOB SNACKS. TABLE D'HOTE DAILY, 12.30 TO 3. EXCELLENT GRILL ROOM. Worthington Burton Ales on Draught. Ø" WINES AND SPIRITS or THE BEST QUALITY. KR, SMITH, Manager. MR J. WEAVER, Proprietor. YE OLDE DOLPHIN, CHURCH STREET, CARDIFF. DINNERS, 12.30 TO 8. JOINT AND TWO VEGETABLES, 8D. Cold Luncheons Boiled English Beef or Sam, 4jet Oqly Worthington's Ales on Draught BILLIARDS: 60 UP, 4d 100 DITTO, 8d. SAMMY DUNN, PROPRIETOR. V SPECIAL TO YOUNG MEN. Y JUST PUBLISHED, FOR Tiro STAMPS. To THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED.— Read the New Work, entitled, "HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH," a most valuable book on the .,t and Cure of Nervousness and Physical Dabilitv Less of Memory, Dimness of Sight, Lassi- tude Pains in the Back, Depression of Spirits, Ac,, with plain directions for perfect Restoration to Health and Vigour. Sent post free on receipt of two stamps (or by letter Post, three stamps).— J. A. BABNES AND Co., 48, Lonsdale Square, Barnsbury, London, N. ^^g^RRIAGE POVVft^ p.Oeioo Write for pamphlet C. MONTGOMERIE, Secy., 54, Bow Lane, Cheapside, London, E.C. Agents wanted. ¡ Directory of Cardiff's Popular Businesses. WHEN AT CARDIFF, DON'T FORGEr TO CALL AT YE OLD ARCADE HOTEL, Church Street (adjoining Market), where you can rely on having WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, AND CIGARS Of the best Quality, at Moderate Prices. G. J. JENKINS, Proprietor. CHEAP NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOPES CHEAP ACCOUNT BOOKS, CHEAP BIBLES, PURSES, POCKET BOOKS. TECHNICAL SCHOOL BOOKS AND MATERIAL. HIGHER GRADE AND INTERMEDIATB SCHOOL BOOKS. THE SCHOLASTIC TRADING Co., Ltd. BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE CARDIFF. Ur' Now, as Ever, you oan buy your Groceries, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Spices, and all the rest, of ahe finest quality, at the CENTRAL STORES, and you'll never find them overcharge you. Of course we deal in plenty of Grocery Goods other that- those we have mentioned, but you will find that In respect of quality and price they are all on a par. Give us one trial for anything in our line that yon require, and we feel quite sure that it won't be your last visit to our establishment. last visit to our establishment. E. JONES. THE CENTRAL STORES, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Wfalesals & Retail Crooer and Provision Merchant, and Italian Warehouseman, Noted Hocse for High-class Teas & Provisions. All goods sold at Store Prices for Cash. THE LONDON EQUITABLE EXCHANGE. Stock and Share Brokers and Dealers and In- vestment Advisers, 18, ELDON STREET, LONDON, E.C. Write for Pamphlet (free), containing full particulars of our Investment, "Cover,' Deposit, 3-Montly and Special Operations The only safe way of making profits on the London Stock Exchange." No FURTHER LU- BILITY beyond" Cover" remitted. Invest- ments made at charge of l-16th per cent., and all "COYER" TRANSACTIONS opened at "MIDDLE PRICE." Money advanced to any amount on approved Stock and Shares, at 1 per cent. above Bank rate. Correspondence invited. Telegrams, "Elopement, London." A. EGGAR, SECOND HAND BOOKSELLER, 71, Bridge Street, Cardiff. BOOKS BOUGHT IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES. COLLECTIONS OF OLD POSTAGE STAMPS BOUGHT AND SOLD. 71 BRIDGE STREET, QARDIFF. THE PRUDENTIAL BANK OF LONDON (REGISTERED). FINSBURY CIRCUS BUILDINGS, LONDON, E.C. CAPITAL £ 150,000. Cash received on deposit on the following terms, for 3 months at 6 per cent per annum. 6 11 7 per cent 1 year 8 per cent 2 years 4 upwards 10 per cent per annum. Interest payable monthly or quarterly free of Income Tax. Pt gvgdsm Fre4. Uwzzr Lan, Manager. i R. J. HEATH & SONS' PIANOFORTES AND ORGANS By all Makers. ;4, ] SOLE AGENTS FOR JOHN BROADWOOD SONS, J. & P. 8CHIEDMAYER, AND FOR THE ANGELUS ORCHESTRAL CROWN PIANOS AND ORGANS. REDUCED INSTALMENTS AND SPECIAL DISCOUNTS. I 18 GI. PIANOFORTE, IRON FRAME. 24 HENRY MODEL 30" „ PARISIAN 38 „ ASSOCIATION 46 QUEEN'S 55 COLLARD 65 „ SCHIEDMAYER „ 80 „ BROADWOOD „ g5" „ HORIZONTAL GRAND 150 "BARLESS 11 Monthly Instalments from 10s 6d upwards, by arrangement. 5a. TO 6s. IN THE £ DISCOUNT FOR CASH. Carriage paid. Guaranteed and Tuned Free. Grand aid Upright Pianofortes by Collard, Brins- mead, Kirkman, Erard, Pleyel, Blathner, Bechstein Steinway, Ac. Organs from 5 gs., by Mason and Hamlin, Bell, Smith, and othtrs. 51, QUEEN-STREET CARDIFF, 70, TAFF STREET, PONTYPHIDD, Si, WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH FACTORY LONDON. Nat. Telephone Cardiff, 1,021 Pontypridd, 21. BARRY HERALD,' The t People's Paper Circulating widely in Barry, Carditm Penarth Tale of Glamorgan, Rhayader, &c. SUCCESSFUL ADVERTISING MEDIUM. SPECIAL TERMS FOR HALF-COLUMN AND UPWARDS. The Leading Newspaper. in the District. Tremendous Succesal Rapidly Increasing Oirculation I Best Advertising Medium! PRINTING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS EXECUTED. Builders' Merchants and II DAVIES Bros. Ironmongers, Agents for J. B. White& Bros. London. PORTLAND CEMENT. Calender's Pure Bitumen Damp ^ggSf BUBBH fBli FLOORING BOARDS. MOULD- Jgiifflp H t INGS, CEILING LATHS, II 1 \J WHEELBARROWS, LAD- I <& Tr LI f DERS, DOORS, &c /AaY. Jl *j|l Slates, Ridges, Bricks, Sanitary Coods, and H^gss^gj jgj || every requisite for tf\e Building Trade. « H0LT0NSID1SG flbw f BARRY DOCK. *—■ y U Chief Office: LONDON WHARF, NEWPORT, Mon. w THE I WINDSOR HOTEL, HOLTON- ROAD, BARRY DOCK. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. WINES AND gPIRITS OF THE CHOICEST QUALITY. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS CENTRAL." TELEPHONE 15. FIRST CLASS BILLIARD AND ASSEMBLY ROOMS. ELECTRIC LIGHT. STABLING. ORDINARY DAILY FROM I to 2.30. Manager-Mr GEORGE HOBBS, LATB OF ROYAL HOTEL, CARDIFP. Proprietor-Mr J. WEAVER. WENVOE ARMS HOTEL, CADOXTON (The Only Hotel adjoining Oadoxton Station). Family and Commercial Hotel. BEEIt WINES, AND SPIRITS OT THE CHOICEST QUALITY. FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD & CLUB ROOM. POSTING AND STABLING. Ordinary iDaily from 1 to 2.30. Cold Luncheons Provided. PK«rar*ToR—ROBERT HUGHES. MAKAGER—8. OARl^ELL, LArJf AIANAGER BABRRS HOTEL, CARDHF. THE BARRY HERALD May lm obtained from the following NEWSAGENTS: BARRY ISLAND: BODOIIlfiON, Stationer, ko; BARRY S. S. BXDINGFIZLID, Barry Dock Road. F. C. MILI»<B. Post Office, High Street P C OSKIMS, 18, York Plaee IBAITRY, DOCK T. EVAKS, Newsagent, Holton Road (opposit Victoria Hotel). LLEWELLYN and Co., Holton Road, W. LITCHFIELD, 174, Holtoo Road. J. D. DAVIES, 194, Holton Road. DAVID JONU, POSI; Office, Holton Road. Mr COUSINS, 259, Holton Road. Do. Thompson Street. Mr WILLIAMS, Tobacconist and Newsagent Miss AUDBIDUE, Thompson-street DAVIES, 201, Holton road CADOXTON T. FAIRDAIRM, Vere Street. E. TOWNSEND, Barry Road. W. H. SMITH & SON'S, Railway Bookstalls -At all Stations on the Barry line. EASTBROOK J. Momus, Post Office, LLANCARVAN AND DISTRICT Mr LL. DAVIE. LLANTWIT MAJOR HARRIS. TONYREFAIL Mr DANIEL THOMAS, Newsagent, CROESFAEN: Mr WILLIAM DATlD OWWL CARDIFF: F MM GVLLIIOIU), St Mary-street FOR BEST QUALITY G-ROCERY AND jjRovisieNS ee TO J. HUGHES & CO., 219, HOLTON ROAD BARRY DOCK PRBBH BREAD DELIVERED DAILY Send Post-Card for Cart to call. THOMAS AND ROBINSON, STATION LUGGAGE CARRIERS, Beg to inform the Public of the District that they have a c:r CAB PLYING FOR HIRE AT BARRY DOCK STATION. Orders left at the STATION CLOAK Room and 30, STATION STREET, Barry Dock. HANDBILLS > CAREFULLY DISTRIBUTED THROUGH- OUT TOWN AND DISTRICT BY HENRY THOMAS (Blind Harry), 42, MOREL STREET, BARRY DOCK. APPEARANCE IS NOT EVERYTHING, BUT IT SOMETIMES MEANS A GREAT DEAL. SE4ITI&S 4 €0., THE CARDIFF CLOTHIERS, 45 AND 47, HOLTON ROAD, BARRY DOCK. Also at Cardiff, Swansea, Newport, Merthyr, Pontypridd, Hereford, Aberdare, Pontypool, Abergavenny, and Uanelly. A MOTHER'S TROUBLES. '7RI SO wrote Mrs BURDEN, of Withybrook, near Coventry, in August, 1894. She Said My leg is very bad it runs such a lot of n atter there is bad flesh, and so painful, I get so down-hearted about it that I oftt-n-wrt down and have a good cry. It has been like it for yeats. My doctor haa ^iven it up as a bad a-n<^ 'mV ^d lots ,If but 110 I have hen recom- SIL^ERR^ 'TbT you realiy t Ii ink it will cure my leg? -In Feb. ruary, 1895, she wrote "1 sat down and cried." again-" My leg is now quite well 'Silver's Pills and Silver's Oil' completely cured me." A certain cure for Rheumatism, Bad Legs, Varioose Veini, Sore Throat, Neuralgia, Ulcers, &c. SIL- VER'S PILLS" cure Indigestion, Biliousneas, Cos iveness, Kidney and Gravel Complaiuts, &c. POST FREE OF PROPRIETOR, JOHN SILVER, CROYDON, England, and sold in Boxes and Bottles, 9rl., III and 213 by the SOLE AGENT for this DISTRICT, J. REYNOLDS, Holton Pharmacy, 55, Holton Road, Barry Dock. STOCK EXCHANGE SPECULATION MESSES. MORRIS, FLETCHER & CO. BÃlfI CHAMBERS, 98, CHEAPSIDE, LONDON, E.C., Transact-every description of Stock Exchange business either for Investment or Speculation. Joint Options under their sole control opened »»M J Monday and Thursday. Each share costing X5 12s 6d controls E500 Foreign, or £ 250 Railway and Miscellaneous Stock for 30 days, WITHOUT FURTHER LIA- BILITY. Our Jut" Joint Options" Canadian, Pacific* and Spanish were closed at a profit of 45 per cent. and 75 per cent. respectively. Circular aent free by post. O A MILITARY BAND (of from /a. # V 20 30 Instrumentalists IS OPEN TO ENGAGEMENTS. Address: Biff SECRETARY, R.A.O.B. IDatitutt, Thompson street, Barry Dock. T)RETTY TO LOOK AT, as well as practical ■ an^ nse^* That is what may honestly be said about the Eleetro-plated Tea and Coffee V Services and other articles otf the same attractive I |n\ and handsome material which are just now \U I fr\ having so large a sale at GREENER'S. These jjl goods are made in designs so beautiful and j| fli ornamented with so high a degree that they are i. many ways equal, and for all practical pur- ( Jlfv WMgri •uPerior to wtieles of solid silver. It is nil ,uite leMon in art to examine them, and Jjp* ''j t j—i GREENER is always happy to display his stock SmU yfcSr for inspeotion. Prion very moderate., llM-V^ F. J. GREENER, 118, Holton Road, and Vere Street. DO YOU Suffer from Headache, Billiousness, or Liver Com- plaints, Indigestion, Costiveness, Rheumaatism, or Tic? If so, toy KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS. Thousands of Testimonials may be published ia favour of this remarkable medicine. KERNICK'S VEGETABLE PILLS give energy to the System, Strengthen the Nerves, Purify the Bh-od, Cleanse the Stomach, and are univerhally declared to be the BEST MEDICINE EVER DISCOVERED Sold in 7id, 13d, and 2a 9d Boxes. Kernick's Vegetable Worm Lozenges. These Lozenges are the most efficacious remedy ever introduced for Worms. Being innocent in their character, they may be taken by childre* «f all degrees and conditions witb perfect safety. They are most useful for children of delicate stomachs, and pale complexion, as they strengthen the system bv giving an appetite. â If Mothers only new ths value of thmt Loxenges, no family would be without a Box. Sold by most respectable Chemists in 7id and la lid Boxes, or direct on receipt of stamps by KERNICK & SON, (Ltd.), CARDIFF. j A TRIAL SOLICITED AT DAVIES5 Comer Holton Road & Pyke Street FOR gTATIONERY, JUNCY QOODS, rpOBACCOS, VpEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS, AOOOPNT BOOKS, FANOT AND GENERAL STATIONERY GOODS. JW QiiaMjy at Trade. Unequalled Value, Albums, Purses, Photo Frames, Local Views, Iak: stands, Letter Racks, Ac., a Splendid Assortment. rn "PEl A TOBACCOS M c T VARIETY. "Ð THE NOTED CIGAR DIVAN. Try our Manilla, Mexican, and Xavana Cigars MRS. HARVEY, 6.. PYKB ST., (near Holton-road Sckeels, BARRY DOCK. Certificated Nurse and Midwife, g (Late of St. Kenelm's College, Oxford.) Highly recommended by Professional Men and Ladies attended in the district. MRS. LUCAS, NURSE AND MIPWIFE, 52, NBWLAND STREET, BARRY DOCK. I