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TO BE SOLD, CHEAP, One Horizontal Engine, 12" cýlin- der, 25" stroke, reversing gear; One Winding Drum, 7' 6" diam., oak lagged, 6ft. spur, and 1' 6" pinion wheels, powerful foot brake, clip drum attached 4it. diam.; 400 yards 1" diam. Plough Steel Rope, with shackles, sockets, &c.;all equal to new; One Second-hand. Steam Winch, cylinders 6in. T. LEMON & SONS, ENGINEERING WORKS, The Hayes, Cardiff. I W. H. KEY'S Reliable w Preparations. -:0:- KEY'S Blood Purifier Clears tie Skin and eradicates all impurities from the Blocd; it is also an Excellent Spriqg and Autumn Medicine. jt Js. -0- ) Key's Effervescent COOLING SALINE, A bousebold remedy, perfectly harmless, that can be taken at any time by young and old, and in all Climates. This pleasant and refreshing Saline will be found exceedingly valuable in Purifying the Blood and Cooling the System. For Bilious Headache and all- Bilious Disordera it will be found very beneficial, acting as a mild aperient and also on. the liver and kidneys. In all Dyspeptic Affections it will act by removing acidity, dispelling wind, and thus preventing the disagreeable fulness experienced. In Febrile Complaints it may be given with great advantage, allaying the fever and proving a most rfofreshing beverage. — -0—— KEY'S —~r- LAXATIVE ELIXIR9 Specially recommended for Persors of Costive Habit. • • s/ ill o tRY'S SPECIFIC CURE, Fcr Nturalgia, Rheums, lace-Ache, or Tooth'AcJie. Ofie Dose always relieves. Two Doses always Cure. -0- Key's Concentrated Constitution BlTTEiRS, Appetite, Liver Complaint, General debility, Dyspepsia, &c., these Bitters are in- >V valupiblei ,T a J?r*pared from the choicest herbs on' Poeseefcing powerful tonic pro- peJtie j re perfectly harmless to the most delicate institution. -0- JAMES' Pectoral Balsam Of llorebollnd, Marsbmallow, Irish Moss, and Aniseed. I -0- James' Aperient Globules. A StJBSTITUTEFOR CASTOR OIL. f these Globules is equal to an ordinary Dose of Castor Oil. A —— 0 NERVE PILLS. A Speedy Cure for Tic-Doloreux, Tooth- &1&d all Nerve Disorders. THE 1 YOUNC- LADIESP Yy PILLSO Strongly for paie Delicate Young Ladies suttering from Debility, (fee. -0- H. KEY, CHEMIST 'W|H. IAWD DEBTTXST, ^AFF STMT, VB/ PONTYPRIDD. /— i. ,*?r ff or ORDER OR BESPOKE DEPARTMENT, We have now completed our arraugments for the coming- Season,'with a selection of the most beautiful and stylish patterns, being* the latest productions of the most celebrated manufacturers of this country. Our business being now so well known throughout the district, we feel it no longer necessary to refer to the interesting facts associated with the extra- ordinary derelopement of our business during the last 19 years; it will be quite sufficient to state that we intend strictly adhering to the same principles that have won and retained the confidence of so large- a number of the inhabitants of the i.Sir Principality. Although trade is depressed, our connection still widens and our business still increases, a discriminating public being ever ready to avail itself of the best t o' market, and recommending it to their friends. i T, 1. Vj-T !](!Y TMd J H Vi —- t Tie Special advautages we are in a position to offer In this 'Department are— A letter Cut," a Better Fit," a Better Style," a V Much Larger Selection," and "Thoroughly ¡ Reliable G' dsvJ a.w..d CHEA'DER I' 'OC f. e la e 00 ,U A.. "ABETTER COT," Because we pay higher wages, and thereby secure thejFirst Talent. BETTER FIT," Because a Cutter with u, has more practice in one year than he would have in doubl that period in an ordinary private trade. "BETTER STYLE." Because as First Buyers, we have many patterns and shades specially reserved to ourselves. — "MUCH LARGER SELECTION," Becapse it would be. impossible for a shopkeeper, doing a small trade, to keep such a Stock as we invariably hold. 'Bec- "THOROUGHLY RELIABE GOODS, Because e\ery garment is made in our own Workrooms, and the process of making is carefully watched, and thoroughly examined and tested when finished. -CHEAPER,' Because we can go direct to the Largfest and Best Manufacturer, thereby saving the merchants' profit. aeUOH We beg to direct your Special ;enti0n to our ranges at -.II" ■0 TBOTJSBR/S, 10s 6d, 13s, 15s 6$StTITS, 42s, 49s 6d, 59s 6d. HAD A PERFECT "FlT5;'filTARAWTEP.D. I. IT I-T A MASTERS & COMPANY, The Cardiff Clothiers, Bo;, Complete ranges of patterns of the above and other qualities at — 80. TAFF STREET. PONTYPRIDD. A ij Also at 29 and 30, St. Mary-street, Cardiff; 18 and 19, Castle Street, Swansea 39 and 40, High-street, Newport; 124,High- street,. Merthyr; 116, High-street, Dowlais; 11, Canon-street Aberdare George-street, Pontypool; and 70, I fl A i i Frogmore-street, Abergavenny. :™28 and 29, High Street, CARDIFF. 3TR2T iku 2U JOHN JAMES &> CO., "Tto OI™BA1 WABEHOTTSHMBIT. (" I.. ,I 'It \J \j t .Oii J. J. & Co. are receiving now Daily -'Deliveries of Spring Novelties." I) ,Ula.J:1 "M llll Which are laid out for Inspection in their various Departments. NEW MODELS IN JACKETS AND MANTLES. The Newest Parisian Fashions in Millinery. A Grand Collection of Long Curtains in Lace-Madras Muslin. SWISS EMBROIDERED GUIPURE D'ART, &c. The Exclusive Sale of many of these Beautiful Designs have been secured for the ¡; Season by J. J. & Co. r Experienced Dressmakers and Milliners on the Premises. .> SYSTEM OF BUSINESS STRICTLY CASH. NO CREDIT. -Itivil/Y | :affex*Z frta&xA .^54 .# n JOHN JAMES «fis/C20. 1 mil ewr Pontypridd, Llintrisaot, and Rhondda Valleys PESMANENT BENEFIT BUILDINfi_ S03IETY, Established 1866. Incorporated 1874. D I FZECTORS MR. RICHARO ROGERS, Pontypridd, Chairman* MR. JOHN MORGAN, Llantrisaot, Vios-ohair* mm. MR. CHARLES BASSEjlT, J.P., Brynffyaon Pontypridd. MR. TH0J4AS MORGAN, Y Fron, Pontypridd. MR. JAMES RICHARDS, Treforeefc. MR. DANIEL WILLLAVIS, GHasfryn, Pontypridd MR. Wm. GRIFFITHS, Taff Villa, Pontypridd. MR. E. C. SPICKEIT, Maeapcoed,-Pontypridd. Advances made on Mortgage in sums varying from £ 100 to < £ 1^,000, repayable in monthly or quarterly stalments. MORTGAGE AND^ J FEB3 PAID BY Advances made > the, Shortest Notice. For further particular I apply to the Secretary, MR. H. S. DA VIES, OLD POST-OFFICE CHAMBERS, ,i Pontypridd. fUiti'lfKlOD HOUSE PROPvr". AND INVESTMENF COMPANY LIMITED, OLD POST OFFICE CHAMBERS k PONTYPRfOD r? DIRECTORS IIIB. JAMES ROBERTS, Taff Vale House, Tre. forest Chairman. MR GEORGE KNILt, Tonypsady. Vice. Chairman, MR RICHARD ROGEEtS, Pontypridd. MR EVAN DA VIES, Th3 Walk, Cardiff, ME EDWIN PHILLIPS, Pontypridd; m i'HOMAS THOMAS. Gwera-y-Gerwa, Treforcst ———- o:w « Secretary-MR H S. DAVIEiv Offices-Old Post Office Chambers, Tontypridd.. "¥. This Company is prepared to receive Deposit* of ^10 and upwards repayable at Three Montis Notice, and to bear Interest at the rate of Fivj Pounds per Centum per Annual, payable Half- yearly. Apply to the Secretary as abore If yof v&ut a Really Good \XJT ATCHt In Gold or Silver; or Hall-marked CHAIN OR ALBERT In any Pattern yon like in gold or silver; or 'JBWKLLERY, Ac., Of ,.he latest and most beautiful design in gold or silver, write to or call upon J. G. WILLIAMS, JBWBLLER, &c., 38, SALISBURY ROAD CA.THATS, CARDIFF, And he will supply you at once with really good articles, and give you TWELVE MONTHS to pay for tht m. Why should you pay cash to English firms for the same goods you can bay off J. G. W., for less money at twelve months' credit ? You should not do suoh a thing, but YOQ should buy of J. W. G. and thereby save money—"Money saved is money gained." J. G.W. never sells a Gentleman's Watch unless he can guarantee it for no less than three years. He never sells inferior goods. High Class Education for the Daughters of Gentlemen. BEL G RA VE HO USE, Clevedon, SomersVt. A limited number of Pupils received. Resi- deut English and Foreign Governesses, and visiting Professors. Preparation for Public Examinations if required, also for South Kensington School of Art, and Royal Academy of Music.—House large, detached and healthily situated. Every home comfort and attention. High moral training, Lawn Tennis Grounds, Riding.- Application to— ISdTXSS SMITH. Successor to Mrs E. Sarington, Glevedon ^—————» Book, Music, Furniture, Watch, Clock, and General Clnb. Formed for procuring ON EASY TERMS, Family Bibles, Pilgrim's Progress, Efo of Christ, UlicoVs and other Commentaries, CasselVs Popular, Technical, and iible Educators, Histories and other Popular Stand- ard Works, and Haves y Bedyddwir. PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS. American Organs, Musical Boxes, and albums, Violins, and all other Musical instrument. Sew- ine Machines, and Mangles, Pictures, lortraite Sco TRICYCLES, BICYCLES, Watches, Clocks (Warranted), and Jewellery of every Descrip- tion. FUKNITURE. Payments fornightly of Is. ard upwards; 5 per cent. off all Goods.. For terms and all information apply to- T. EDWARDS^ 3, Morgan-street, Pontypridd. ý