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LFMON'S NEW .PATENT Chaff Cutters Should be seen by all Buyers tefore purchasing any other. No Jointed Spindles, 110 complicated parts, one quarter of the gearing, twice the strength, takes less power, impossible to choke, and sold at the same prices as old complicated machines. A large stock of Secoud-haud Chaff Cutters, Very cheap. Portable and Vertical Engins, New and Second-hand, and every Impliment and Hachine in the Market. T LEMON & SONS The Hayes Engineering Works, CARDIFF. W. H. /(p^KBY, <11 KM 1ST (w.. ;T.8T, 99 90; Taff stred fOMWRlDI) NEW SEASON'S BLOWER AND GARDEN SEEDS. W. H. KEY Begil ta inform his numerous friends and patrons that he has received his NEW STOCK of the above Setdt from the leading growers of the day Detailed Catalogues will be readg shortly. The Old Established Seed Warehouse 89 & 90, TAFF STREET, ► IFOINT sm^ixxD- 3rm3M 4003WJIC A&XW 0 29 & 30, St. Mary Street, CARDIFF, DEAR SIR, We have pleasure in intimating that our arrange- ments for the Spring and Summer are now complete. The large and varied Stock which we hold consists of a choice selection from the products of the first English, Scotch, and Irish Manufacturers, bought exclusively upon Cash Terms, thus placing us in a position to compete, as re- gards value, with any and every house in the trade, We have secured the services of Cutters of acknowledged ability and taste, and are confident that the goods turned out will give the utmost satisfaction. It is an indisputed fact that for many years we have stood pre- eminent for choice, assortment, fit, and superior make. Owing to the extraordinary development of this department of our business it became absolutely necessary for us to erect New Workrooms, which have cubical contents of 50,429 cubic feet, and have been pronounced by competent 1authorities the largest, best lighted, and best ventilated in or out of London devoted solely to Bespoke orders. This will preclude, so far as arrangements can, the possibility of spreading infectious diseases, it being well known that most Tailors, though they may have workrooms, yet give out hun- dreds ot garments to be made at the houses of their work people, and it is feared that due care is not exercised to ascer- tain that the Goods are not taken into the lower slums of large towns. We assure our friends that all garments ordered from us are made wholly in our Workrooms at Cardiff. We regret the inconvenience caused to our numerous Customers through the delay in the execution of orders in the past, the demand increased to such an extent that we were obliged to decline several orders,as we could not execute to time required but such are onr present facilities that we are enabled to ensur panctuality, and turn out over a thousand garments per week. Always ad your commands, We are, Dear Sir, Yoar obedient Servants, MASTERS AMI COMPANY, THE CARDIFF CLOTHIERS, P.S.- Ranges of Paterns at our Branch, t 80, TAFF STREET, PONTYPRIDD JOHN JAMES & COMPANY. 88. 89, cvz 30, HIGH STEREO1, ::Rl I CA.RDIKIT We are now Showing a full range of I SPRING AND SUMMER NOVELTIES In the following Departments USTIE'W- DRESS FABRICS In Plain Colours, Checks, and the Fashionable Stripes-This Department is one of our Specialities Patterns Post Free.—Beautiful Variety in Single and Doable Widths. The Largest and Choicest Assortment OF FRENCH AND ENGLISH MILLINERY Out of London. NZW MODEL. IN JACKETS, MANTLES. AND COSTUMES For Ladief, Misses, and Children. fcACE STEINS, WABBING ZZPUTRS.-ALSO A LARGE TAKXITY OF PRINTS, SATEEira DiaiLLS. cfcO- NEW DESIGNS IN LACE, AND GUIPURE D'ART LONG CURTAINS. SPICIAL LINES- Long Lace Curtains, Taped Border (7 yards), Pattens Specially Designed for J.J. & Co., at Is 1134d per pair, A WONDERFUL CURTAIN FIT FOR ANY MANSION. OUR WBLL-KNOWN RANGE OF PRINTED WASHING ZEPHYRS AND DRILLS At 4rld per yard, Fast Colours, New Patterns. DRESS & MANTLE MAKERS on THE PREMISES SYSTBJI OF BUSINBSS-Every Article marked in Plain Figures aJ tht LotCufPTioe, for Beady Money.«— Any Article bought and not approved of Xxchmtfed or money returned. JOHN JAMES & Co. THE NOTED HOUSE FOR FASHIONABLE GOODS THE B*ST ABTICTLBS AT XPE LOW*8T PRICES. "I. « '< w VJ » -> t 1 .< CILFYMDD, NEAli PONTYPBIDD. IMPORTANT S-ILE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY "JV/TRJOBN THOMAS is instructed to offer for 1U. SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the BUTCHERS' ARMS, PONTTPHIDD, on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28TH, 1888, at 7 o'clock in the evening, the following VALUABLE Leasehold I remises, VIZ.: LOT 1. All those two Messuages, o • Dwelling- houses and Premises, situate at and being Nos. 1 f no 2, William Street, Ynyscaedudwg, Ponty- pridd, and let at a reutai ofX2 2s per lunar month. LOT 2.-All thofle two Messuages or Dwelling- huuses and Premises, situate at and being Nos. 3 aiid 4, William Street, Ynyscaedudwg, Pontypridd, and let at a rental ot £ 2 2s prr lunar month. LOi 3.—All those two Messuages or Dwelling, hons. saud Premises, situate at and being Nos. 5 and 6, William Hreef, Yr.yscaedndwg, Pontypridd, and let at a rental of X2 2s per lunar month. LOT 4.-All those two Messuages or Dwelling- houses and Premises, situate a"d being Nos. 7 and 8, William Street, Y.iysc«edudwg, Poutypridd,and let at a rental ofj62 2s perlunar month. LOT 5.—All those two Messuages or Dwelling- houses and Premises, situate at and being Nos 9 and 10, William Street, Yuysoat dudwg, Ponty- pridd, and lot at a rental of A:2 2s per lunar month. The premises are held under a lease of 99 years, from the 1st of November, 1886. Each Lot will be sold subject to a small apportioned Ground Rent of about £ 1 18. Each House consists of 3 Bedrooms, Parlour, large Kitchen, back Kitchen, Pantry, Cupboard, Under- stairs, and Outhouses. There is a Lawn of 6 Feet ia front and a large Kitchen Garden in the back, all eo- closed by a substantial wall. Water is laid on in each House, and the Premises are well drained. The Auctioneer begs to call the attention of capi. talists to this very desirable property, its situation being in close proximity to the new Collieries just opened at Ynyscaedudwg, where the Proprietors have just wen the noted Foir toot Seam of Coal. The Houses will always command respectable tenants at probably advanced rentals, there being few houses in the oeigh bour hootho commodiously built. A large portion 01 the Purchase Money may, if de- sired, remain on mortgage. For further particulars apply to the Auctinneer, at his Office, Market Street, Pontypridd, or to D. HObSER, EsQ., Solicitor, Pontypridd. THE WINNER OF THE MARBLE CLOCK. The Prize Drawing this week was con- ducted by Mr Taliesin Cole, Druggist and Stationer, 2, Mill-street, Pontypridd, who declared the following to be the winner:— MR. THOMAS DAYIES, 31, Coedpenmaen, Pontypridd. liG RYTO \()' 'O.ka CROSSBROTHERS FUBNISHING eENIIBAL IRONMONGERS SEEDSMEN, &c. fi First Class Goods at Lowest Prices. PONTYPRIDD HOUSE NtOPERIi AND INVESTMENT COMPANY LIMITED, Oil Pon OVFXOB OHAXBIBI PONTYPRIDD OIRECTORS K. JAJBS ROBOTS, TO Tale last, t'8e. forat Obsinsua. MB OBOBTTB nriu* T«YYARFR. w- Chairmaa. MB RICIIARD BOAXBS, MR IT AM na. 11M Walk. FLILMG, MB EDWIH JSlLXJPt. 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