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Jr" Notices. He Mary Jones (Skewen) deceased. A LL CREDITORS has:in^^ITpL0tMARY A DEMANDS against the JONES, late of No. 83, NEW-ROAD, near Neath, in the County of DAnril last' deceased, who died on the 16th d'a^. j, on are jested to send me full la, 2nd day of -3V.LV Kext, or ,they win oe exci i distribution of the J?iopeity. Dar T- his 18th day of June, 1894. J. TALIESIN DA VIES, Solicitor for the Executors. 4, Alma Place, Neath. Re John Thomas, Deceased- PTTP^riANT to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rdVic Cap. 35, intituled An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees." 1V70TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all IN CREDITORS and other, ARSONS having CLAIMS against the ESTATE ot JOHh THOMAS, late of Oakley House, Cow bridge, m the bounty Glamorgan, Land Agent (who died on the .ilst day December, 1893), and whose will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 7th day of February, 1894, by Anna Maria Mansel Thomas, of Oakley House, Cowbridge, aforesaid, the widow, the relict of the said deceased, the sole Executrix therein named, are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their CLAIMS to us, the undersigned, the Solicitors for the said ^ecutrn, on or before the 25th day o July next after which date the said Executrix will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said deceased amongst the Persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims Cf which she shall then have had notice, and she will not be liable for the Assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any Person or persons of whose claims she shall not then have had ^Daled this 20th day of June, 1894. JORDAN & DAYIES. :1a Frederick's Place, Old Jewry, London, E.C. Solicitors for the said Executrix. 332 Be Thomas Morgan, Deceased. PTTT!^ \NT to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Vie., Cap. 35, intituled "An Act to Further Amend the Law of Property and to Relieve Trustees." HVTOTIGE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all CREDITORS and other PERSONS having #ny CLAIM-S or DEMANDS against the j^SJ-AlIii of THOMAS MORGAN, late of Tynewydd, Ogmore Tale, in the County of Glamorgan, deceased (who died on the Twenty-ninth day of March, 1891. and whose Will was proved in the Llandaff District Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty a High Court of.Justice on the Nineteenth day of August, 1891, by Richard Conibeare of Bridgend, in the said County one of the Executors therein; named, are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their Claims or Demands to us, the undersigned, Scale and David, of Bridgend, in the said County, Solicitors, on or before the 16th day of July, 1894, after wiiiich date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said Deceased amongst the Persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the Claims and Demands of which they shall then have had notice, and :they will not be liable for the Assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any Person or Persons of whose Claims or Demands they shall not have then had notice Dated this 20th day of June, 1894. SCALE and DAVID, 3{9 Solicitors to the Executor. Tenders. To Builders and Contractors. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of a HOUSE in Randall Street, Bridgend, for Mr T. Williams. M Plans and specification to be seen at the Unices of the Architect.. Tenders to be sent in to Mr llliams not later thwi the 4th of July next. The Lowest or any tender not necessarily accented. P. J. THOMAS, Architect and Surveyor, Bridgend. 21st July, JS94. 339 Llantwit Major Wesleyan Chapel. TENDERS are invited for EE-SEATING and T making certain ALTERATIONS to the above CHAPEL. Tenders to be sent to Mr J. M. DUNSTAN, Llantwit Major, not later than MOXDAY, Ji XE 25th, of whom Plans and Specifications may be seen. 307 HTjidT To Painters. ■■■ TENDERS are invited for PAINTING the Interior of PENIEL CHAPEL, LLAV HARRY. Particulars may be obtained of Mr Rees Morgans, Tynewydd, Llanharry, Pontyclun. Tenders to be in on or before June the 25th, 1894. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WILLIAM THOMAS, Rhiwperra, Llanharry, 254 Pontyclun. To Be Let. HOUSE TO LET.—Apply, No. 2, St. Marie- street, Bridgend. VILLA TO LET.-Apply, T. Jenkins, Ewenny V Road, Bridgend. 293 TO LET, from June 24th, 22, Park Street, Bridgend.—Apply, W. J. Lewis, London House, Bridgend. 263 TO LET, with immediate possession, GLEN- DARE HOUSE, Coity Road, containing Drawing, Sitting, and Dining-rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and other Offices, Large Garden, Stable, &c. plentiful supply both Spring and Company's water laid on.-Apply, John Bryant, Globe Hotel, Waterfofd. 58 _r- TWO GOOD STABLES TO LET, with Lofts, at the back of the Lamb Inn, Bridgend.«— Apply to Mrs Richards. 100 TO LET, BRYNHYFRVD, Merthyrmawr Road, BRIDGEND; Dining and Drawing Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Cellar, 5 Bedrooms, and good Garden.-Apply at the House. 271 TO LET, a HOUSE and SHOP in Nolton- street, Bridgend.—Apply to J. H. Williams, Fair View, Bridgend, 321 TO LET, Villa Residence with Stable and Coach- house situate in a healthy locality.-Apply Mr E Rich, Ewenny-road, Bridgend. 319 HOUSE and PREMISES TO LET, 25, Park- street, Bridgend. — Apply G. F. Lambert, architect, agent, Bridgend. 129 rpWO SEMI-DETACHED VILLAS to Let, in X Coity Fields, Bridgend moderate rent; plea- sant situation.—Apply D. Morgan, Coity Fields, Bridgend. 259 ALESTON.—TO LET, HOLLY HOUSE; IL large Garden Paddock: plentiful supply of I water, and every convenience.—Apply, Mr David, Rock House, Laleston. i TO BE LET OR SOLD (with immediate possession) *n Coity Road six bed- rooms, bath-room, &c. Apply, 33, Coity Road, Bridgend. 295 'SANITAS' DISINFECTANTS Kill all Disease Germs. Fragrant, Non-poisonous, and do not stain. Fluid, Oil, Emulsion, Powder and Soaps, and Appliances for all purposes. Send for Pamphlet. The Sanitas Co,, Ld., Bethnal Green, London, E. AT STUD. A GREYHOUND, Cornubius' Crack Shot; sire Rushing River,' dam, Flv.' Crack Shot is a. fine black dog, winner of stakes and on show bench. For further particulars of pedigree and stud fee, -ply to C. E. Hansard, Coity-road, Bridgend. M For Sale. FOR SALE, PEASTICKS, BEANSTICKS, -JL' SPARS, and FIREWOOD, on Merthyrmawr Estate.—Apply to Mr. HopKiy JONES, Pandy. 4959 TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, One New House; 99 years lease.—Apply, Mr Phillip Llewellyn, Lime Works, Bridgend. 1445 SPICED VINEGAR best quality ready for Pickling.—Sold by J. W. Roberts, Grocer, Bridgend. 279 WHEELBARROWSFOR SALE, 200 r f strong and well-made; price 12s. each.—Chns. Jenkins and Son, Timber Merchants, Bridgend. [2878 BRICKS, BRICKy, BRICKS, Evans's Town Brick Works, Tondu, Bridgend.—A First Class Rfd and Fire Brick; Oven and Flooring square; Burrs, Pipes, &c. 255 FOR SALE, TRAP, suitable for a cob or pony (to carry four). Lamps and everything com- plete. Also, set of Silver-mounted HARNESS to match (all equal to new).—Apply, Gazette Office. 326 GOOD Cabbage Plants for sale, Is per 100.— Apply to Supt., Cottage Homes, Bridgend. 301) 301) PURE Berkshire Pedigree PIGS for sale.—Apply Powell, Glanogwr, Bridgend. 304 FOR SALE, a TURN-OUT. — Bay Cob, five years old, with new brown Trap and new brown Harness to match. Trap to carry four persons. With Cushions complete. Price, £ 32.— Apply, William Daniel Thomas, Sigginstone, near Cow bridge. 2B2 FOR SALE, a Large Quantity of CABBAGE, SAVOY, BROCCOLI, and other PLANTS.— Apply, A. Clements, Colwinstone. 289 TO BE SOLD, Two HOUSES at GILFACH- GOCH, next door to the Talbot Arms 3 Rooms upstairs, and 2 down.—Apply, William Morgan, New Tun, Glynogwr. 275 BLENDORA TEA.—Tea worth Drinking. One Tea. One Price. One Quality. 2s per Jb. Wholesale—J. GILBERT & Co., 22, Beer-lane, London. FOR SALIi, one 4ft, 6in. superior double OVEN RANGE, nearly as good as new will be sold at a sacrihce.—Apply, W. Hopkin, Island Farm. 342 BARGAIN. — COTTAGE PIANOFORTE by Broadwood 6;J octaves suitable for beginners. £ 6.—Apply, by letter only, B., Gazette Office, Bridgend. 352 ABERA YON. — FOR SALE BY PRIVATE A TREATY, a LEASEHOLD COTTAGE at Velindra, held for a long term at a small ground rent; well and recently built. Gross rental, £ 11 14s per annum. A large portion of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. Good chance for working man wishing to buy a house. Apply to Mr David Ware, Springfield, Aberavon. 335 IT^OR SALE.—A Large Consignment of RICK SHEETS from Messrs E. Parnall & Son, Bristol.- W. Thorne & Son, 16, Wyndham-street, '35 Bridgend. 355 FOR SALE, a last season's Radge, not ridden more than 30 miles. Cost £ 17. Balls through- out.—Apply, L., Qaiette Office. 354 ITIOR SALE, a SET of PAIR HORSE HAR- -if NESS, cheap Nickel silver buckles, nearly new, suitable for posting.—Apply, Thos. Thomas saddler, Caroline Street, Bridgend. 353' ORGAN (by Bell & Co.), solid walnut case, mirror top, 10 stops, 4 sets of reeds, patent mouseproof pedals, and all latest improvements. Price, only 20 Guineas, payable at 10s per month guaranteed and delivered free to any part.- Thompson and Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-street, Bridgend. HARMONIUM (by Thompson & Shackell), 4 JLJ) stops ivory keys guaranteed, and delivered to any part. Price, only JB6, payable at 5s. per month.—Thompson & Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-street, Bridgend. PIANO (by Smith, from C'ollard and Collard), j full comjiass ivory keys; walnut case, bracket trusses, trichord, &c. Price, only £ 18, payable at 10s. per month guaranteed, tuned, and delivered free to any part.—Thompson & Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-st. Bridgend. PIANO (by Nemeyer), upright grand best -S- burr walnut case, margueterie front, and sconces bracket trusses, full gilt iron frame, over- strung, full trichord, best ivory keys, massive metal tuning plate, and all the latest improvements one of the finest made instruments for money. Price, 45 Guineas, payable at 25s. per mouth guaranteed, tuned, and delivered free to any pari,—Thompson & Shackell, Limited, Central Music YVarehouse Wyndham-street, Bridgend. PIANO, Thompson & Shackell's Celebrated CASTLE MODEL, in Italian walnut chase, panel front, and sconces; best action for hard wear, full compass, trichord, bracket trusses, bushed keys, excellent touch, tone and finish the cheapest iron frame piano in the trade (over 1,400 sold during the last 3 years). Price, only 24 Guineas, payable at 14s. per month; guaranteed, tuned, and delivered free to any part.—Thompson & Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-st., Bridgend. ORGAN", Thompson and Shackell's new Cardiff Model in solid walnut case, mirror top, 8 stops, 2 knee swells, 2 sets of reeds, and all latest improve- ments; guaranteed and delivered free to any part. Price ouly 16 Guineas, payable at 0" per month. -Thompson and Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-street, Bridgend. ORGAN (by Mason & Hamlin), solid walnut case ornamented ends and front, revolving fall board, handles on ends, lamp stands, shelves for ornaments, music cabinet, plate glass mirror, &c. four sets of reeds 11 stops. Only £ 28, payable at 15s. per month; guaranteed, tuned, and delivered free to any part.—Thompson and Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-st., Bridgend. PIANOS, ORGANS.—Pianos from 5s. monthly. Call and inspect our magnificent Stock at our extensive Show-room. Nearly 100 instruments to select from, by all the leading makers. Tunings and repairs on the shortest notice. Sheet Music Books, &c., and every kind of Musical Instrument kept in stock. A reputation of half a century.- Thompson & Shackell, Limited, Central Music Warehouse, Wyndham-street, Bridgend. 6070 |?NGLISH CONCERTINA, 48 keys, by fj Lachenal, FOR SALE. Real, good instru- ment. polished rosewood, case.—Apply, Gar,-HP Office, Bridg-end. 232 EIO-Y-OLES. WHY buy second-hand Rubbish, or pay £ 20 for New, when the CO-OPERATIVE CYCLE Co. are Selling their BICYCLES, ball-bearings through- out best Cushion-tvres at X7 5s, or Dunlop's at £ 10 5s. Highest Testimonials. Price Lists, &c., irom Agent, H. ABBOT, Bridgend. Wanted. WORKING HOUSEKEEPER WANTED for small farm, middle-aged preferred.—Apply to Mrs Griffiths, Britannia Hotel, Pencoed, near Bridgend. 334 JEWELLERY, Watches. Pipes, Toys, Hard- i ware, Furniture, Wringers. Agents Wanted. Buyer's Wholesale Guide free, virite Henry May (247) Birmingham. 6077 A GIRL WANTED, about 16, for housework —Apply, Mrs Jones, Nolton Castle, Bridgend! 35G To Cheese Making Farmers. WANTED from TWO to THREE CWT. every Week. Highest Price paid for first- class quality. TOMJLEWIS, GROCER, 249 PONTYCYMMER. JAMES, Printer, Maesteg, requires an intelligent boy as Apprentice.—Apply at the office. 303 ASSISTANT-MASTER (ex pupil-teacher) Boys' Standard III disciplinarian, salary £ 55, paid monthly. Also ASSISTANT-MISTRESS (ex- pupil-teacher) Girls' Standard IV. salary JE35, paid monthly.-Apply, Vivian & Sons, Port Talbot. 305 Miscellaneous. Pentilla Farm, Kenfig Hill. ALL PERSONS FOUND TRESPASSING on the above Farm will be PROSECUTED, and all Dogs destroyed, after this notice.—Thomas Loveluck. 94 LODGINGS for one or two respectable Men, or JLj Bed and Sitting Roorn,-Apply, 17. Newcastle Hill, Bridgend. 287 LOST, end of May, Large IRISH EWE—large udder; seen near Waterton June 1st.—Anyone giving information to John Thomas, Church Street, Lisworney, will be Rewarded. 327

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