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alt5 inj UrÜaH. AUCTION APPOINTMENTS. CARDIFF AUCTION Lt STORAGE CO (L1M.) (Mr J. G. MADDOX. Auctioneer) Usual Tuesday's Weekly Se of Farnituie Jan 6 m-SI.- G< W ALT'. a,i<I Jil. ♦ Paintings, at Cardiff J,.n. ?, 3, 9. 10, R. Horses, &c., at Cardiff *>»• ,13 Furniture and Appointments, at Cardifi Jan. FORTHCOMING SALES QOTTWALTZ "Ind BO WRING PROPRIETORS OF THE CARDIFF ORSE EXCHANGE. OFFICES AND SALEROOMS :-11, HIGH-STREET CARDIFF. oN WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7TH, AND FOUR FOLLOWING DAYS, AT SALEROOM?:, 11, HIGH-STREET, THE MAGNIFICENT COLLECTION OF OIL PAINTINGS, FORMED BY MB GEORGE WILSON, of London, including specimens by SPAGNOLETTO, BROMLEY, ARMFIELD T. S. COOPER. R.A., J fHORS, 10)1 BAHKER. BIRKET FOSTER, &C. The whole it-ill be on view January 5th and 6th. ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JANUARY 22ND AND 23IU), THE VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNIT UI: E AND APPOINTMENTS FROM "OAKFIELD." BELONG ING TO MAJOR BUTLEK. WHO IS LEAVING CAROIEE. iis0 fbv urder of a Merchant removing from lioath to Pcii rth and refurnishing) larger port on of the CONTENTS OF A lO-ROOMED VILLA. The whole will be on view January 20th and 21st, and catalogues eady Monday, January 19th. £ 3T Fuli particulars and catalogues of ail the above Sales m tv be had free per post, or on personal applica- tion t" the Am tioneers, at 11. High-street, and Oanl.il Horse Exchange. i00 j \1 THE CARDIFF AUCTION AND STORAGE COMPANY'S SPACIOUS SALE ROOMS (adjoining Messrs Frost i Reed's picture shop), 24, 25, and <2o- HT<;[[-sTRj-ET, CARDIFF. I.Ml'oRTANT NO rlcl" TO l'RTlE"; FlRi'iI:-iHl,G 01, REQUIRING A MARKET FOR DISPOSING OF FURNITURE ,8TOCh., OR OTHER EFFECTS, IVTlv MADDOX begs to announce that !n lnfr -ni;'nts have been comntet d for c n- tiiiuiug t01,¡j SALES by AUC TION of all classes of K\V and C(,NrMIAND GOODS FURNITURE Die.vri-rs, ur'var''er' iru,n ti'e manufacturer, or '•'VKjfV 'i rv<ii»"s. f°r absolute sales at these rooms TBBnn'HOi r 'i THURSDAY, and SATURDAY vl;2: O "]' YEAR. COMMENCING AL- 'P^ rvi' i p- 1C„VR KCI8RLY. rhcso ESLAI.j.lfttt^ WEEKLY SALES offer ex- .:q:tton:il opyotu.-itiea p^RTIES FURNISHING, as immense ttuautity o^yyr aui; SECOND-HAND .• URN ITURK "i every 'tioit is being constantly forward. d from ALL PART',<jp THE COUNTRY f:tr :(h.;nl -ale. Tnido.sr.ieu having Sur,.Ius St. ,)U h<in(i) or pnviie* bavins fi'.Kiiiure to .iwoo.-e of, timl Ilt these sales A READY MARKET I-T to u»IVAIUW,0 ),;t\ mo made on account r c '0 s forwtrdtHl i'.r :-al .-r Furniture purchased in ca.s v j,. lv L;)t. vi-iii'ors lrqiiirc same. Vil m.rieH for purpose- o: lotting' ::n.i arrant „ ln,,st by 12 1: ■'oods on vie-.v morning. of sales. The splendid ofilars in b-isenient as also a pvrtio. of th ga'i-ri-is for .-torage purpose-, or either of the auction rooms for side" (wh n not occupied by the company, ar.ctl n A to bo I;-c.—For te:ms, anply oil the premises. .1. MADDOX, 234e u:tioneer and :ecrdar, to the Company. ESS]I s FELL AND CO., MANUFACTCIIERS & AUCTIONEERS, 3, CASTLE-STREET (lute Ansrel-street), CARDIFF, Wili SELL byAUCTION, without reserve, all kinds of (jLA.S.n CHINA, and EARTHEN- « AitIv, every Evening at Seven c'dock SPECIALITIES IN DINNER AND TEA S lilt VICES. 203 Private sale during the day. IlIspedjoll invited. i\,{ES-SRS THOMAS & CO., -Lt'-L AUCTIONEERS HOUSE, LAND, AND COMMISSION AGENTS, ALUKRs, AUDITORS, CHAR I l.RED ACCOUNTANTS, &c., Beg to that they have opened business premises at 14, ST. JOHNS-SQUARE. CARDIFF, where they purpose, carrying on t,he above, and trust that by strict and untiring atten-ion being given to ;dl matters entrusted to them, to receive a meed of public ¡;upprt. Wo beg to add that o.ir experiince extends over a. period o! 15 year. (lurim, which time it was our privj- lege to conduct some of the largest Property a' j Sales heid In the Western to give convinced, if entrusted w«th your w o satisfaction both to verniers and pmcliasei. 'J'erms strictly moderate. tx>w ciBnTor. Observe 14, ST. JOHN S-SQUARE, CARDIFF. Agents for I-ite, Fire. Accident, Plate-glass, and Farming Stock Assurance Societies. Annuities arranged for without delay. 130e WORTH A GUINEA A BOX BEECHAM'S PILLS ARE admitted by Thousands to be worth a GUINEA A Box for bilious and nervous dis- orders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness and swelling after meak, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, ilushings of heat loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvv, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dream's and all nervous and tremohng sensations, &c. The tirst dose will give lehef m twenty minutes. This is no lic- tion, f°r ?le-v have done it in thousands of cases. Every f lnVte(l t0 n-v box'of thesi pills, and they w dl be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For feinaies of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a few doses ot them carry oti all gross humours, open all obstructions, and bring about all that is required. No lemale should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal JiEECllAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, thov will soon restore lemales of all ages to sound and robust health.. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all dis- orders of the livor, they act like MAGIC," and a few dozen will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They streng- then the wljole muscular system, restore the long lost, complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health tho whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS admitted by thousands,embracing all classes of society, and one of the best guarantees to the ner vous and debilitated is. BEECHAM S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS As a remedy for Coughs in general, asthma, difficulty of breathing, shortness of breath, tightness and op- pression ot the chest, wheezing, &c., these Pills stand unrivalled, xhey speedily remove that sense of opwes- sion and difticuity of breathing which nightly deprive >es!" Let any person give BEECHAM'S i tfaiul the most violent cough will in a short time bo removed. CAUTION-— public are requested to notice that the words I'L^cha Pills> st Heieu Si • are on the Government Stamp affi^ to he pjl!s- If not on, they are a torgery Prepared oniy, lif'^ J.u^lesale and retail, by the Pi'opnetor, T. iiet-t'liam,St Helens, Lanca- shire, in boxes at Is M 1a.;1'fs^ each. Sent post free from the proprietor for W stamps.—Sold by all Chenitnis and Patent N.B.—Full directions are given with each box. 11506 T> ELIGIOUS SER'VICES. —1-Tlio ^t-teri- XV/ lion of Church and Chapel Managers is j f to the tollowing SPECIAL PREPAID 1ARIFF for announcing the holding of ^,hLICJIous SLRV xCES, ANNIVERSARIES, and TEA MErX. IGS :— One Three Six Twelve Insertion Insertions. Insertions. Insertions. s. d. d. s. d. s. d. Four Lliles I,4 406085 Six Lines £ 6 1 9 0 12 0 Eight Lines., a 8 8 0 12 0 16 0 Twelve Lines. 4 0 12 0 18 0 24 0 if Lines 6 0 IS 0 27 0 36 0 -4 Lines 8 0 24 0 36 0 48 0 Eight words may be calculated to a lire. This Tarifi is limited strictly_ to the Advertisements tnumr.rateu ni'ove. These Notices can also appear in the CARDIFF llME.-s ani( SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS in conjunction with those in the South Wales Daily Xcnv, so as to form part of the series of Insertions BOROUGfT OF ~NE W PO RT BIVILLIA161 WILLIAMS, 12. Lower Merchant street, behind the Town-hall Corporation bill-poster and crier. Rents the nrincipal hoardings and stations in Newport and Neighbourhood. Two good bill posters kept. Work attended to with quick despatch Tovrn and country. Old established—mora than quarter oi it century 8053 34C53 public ;nn5L'.mrnt5. rrTHEATHT^ AL^ CARDIFF" -AGER ITISEE & MANAGER MR EDWARD FLETCHER. Acri*VG MANVGEn Mr JOHN SHERIDAN. TO-NIGHT, MONDAY, January 5th, And Every Evening until furtlie notice, Orand. Pro. duction on y C(lp of iiMvivalled maunittcence of Mr j-1 »*10teller's Fourth Christmas Pantomime, Yi- QUEEN OF HEARTS. Her Wonderful Tarts, and Y." Knave who stole them or Princess Ye Sleeping Beauty and Herne, Ye Demon Huntsman. Ye Village of ;noozewell-Magick Change. Ye Grand Paiace of Cards. Gorgeous Naiad Ballet. Ye Ancient Castle of Windsor. Mr Alberto and Miss Hales in their Astounding SOMERSAULT DANCE. Procession of Kings and Queens of England from William I. to Queen Victoria. GRAND 'TRANS- FORMATION, "BIRTH OF THE ROSE." New Comic Harlequinade, invented by the Clown, the Famous JOLLY LITTLE LEWIS. Day Performances every Saturday at Two o'clock. Doors open at Half-past One. b3237 Half-price to all Children for Day Performances. jpHlLHA RMONIC. _6. —— MOKELLA'S PALACE OF VARIETIES. ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. LESSEE AND MANAGER J. MORELLA. GRAXD CHANGE OF COMPANY! MONDAY. JANUARY b, 1385, AND EVEnY EVENING. First appearance in Cardiff and most expensive engagement of THE F OUR AUBREYS, The Marvellous Grotesques. Special and important engagement, for one week only, of THE GREAT LEON ATI, The Champion Bicycle Ascensionist of the World, lie-engagement for Six Nights only of Mr HARRY FREEMAN, the London Star Comique. First appearance in Cardiff of Messrs ROSE AND OTTER, the Knockabout Niggers. First appearance n Cai (iiif of Miss BLANCHE BARRETT, Serio-Comic and Dancer. Re-engagement for Six Nights, 011 account of Great Success of Mr HARRY TURNER, the Celebrated London star Comique. Prices of Admission: Private Boxes, 3d each stalls, 2s Pit and I romenade, I- Gallery, 6d. Half-price at 9 o'clock to Private Boxes. Stalls, Pit, and Promenade5 Mr GEORGE HARRISON, Chairman. LOOK OUT FOR IR ROGER TICHBORNE. CHIKA QMNA 0HINA CHIA (JfflNA £ JHINA CHINA CHINA QHINA CHINA i- TEA SETS, good patterns, 1 from 10s 5d TOILET SETS, complete, from os 6d. Cottage DINNER SETS, from 10s 6d. Sets of JUGS, from Is. TUMBLERS from Is 6d per dozen. A choice select on of which will be found at EVANS'S CHINA ROOMS, 53, BRIDGE-ST. A good assort.;ient of j Fancy Articles suitable for Christmas Presents. GLASS GLASS (JLASS QLASS GLASS QLASS GLASS QLASS QLASS U iN LASS Hjr 207 i I'M PORT ANT TO SPORTSMEN. I i jL -—- m wrooD, i s ? Wishes t-o inform the iiih-i'-iua-ts of i .r-w district- that he is a PRACTICAL A\D CON A-FIDE GUN Al M-Jt, « and all goods snj-M»iied by him are at Armv a;,d Navy • Store prices. | NOTE ADHRKSS— 1, WEbTGATE-STRKET, CARDIFF (Opvosito 'Theatre Royal), Bristol. 181e ^ULTON, DUNLOP, aND CO. CARD:I-F AND SWANSEA, ALSO AT VINDSOR-ROAD, PENALTH BASS AND CO., ALLSOPP AND SONS, Andotheia of the finest I BURTON ALES. PRICES Per Kilderkin. 13s. I 21s. 24s. Per Firkin. 9s. 10s. 6d. 12s. And upvanls. 155e TALDR,N and Or), Stockbrokers and V T Milling Share Deaers, White House, Tele graph-street, London, E.G., »uy and seli Stocks and .Shared of 11 description. ftr cash or fortnightly ac- count at nominal conrrais.son. Options ticilt in- Speculative accounts openwl at from £ 1 per cent Circular' 00 1°) ri"or Bankers references. CncuJar, po.,t iree, on apphcition. 230e R J. Heath "AND" "gONS, 12, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, HaTe now on view the largest Stock of High-class PIANOFORTES, ORGANS, AND HARMONIUMS, IN SOUTH WALES, Which they are offering at a LARGE DISCOUNT FOR CASH, an(I on the three years' sy-terr, from 10s 6d ror month. Pianos, from 15 guineas. Illustrated Catalogues Post Free. 237e BA R R BROTHER S, TAILORS. 64, ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. re now offering a very choice selection of stylish Ca dim ere, worsted, West of England, and Scotch Autumn and Winter Overcoating, Suitings and Trouser- ings. In their selection strict attention has been given to secure the most fashionable patterns and colours, com- bined with materials which B.B. can guarantee for durability, feeling assured that the latter, combined with good fitting garments, is the only method to secure the continued confidence and support of their cus- tomers Gentlemen who have not been able to obtain gar- ments to their .satisfaction in Cardiff, and have been compelled at extra expense and inconvenience t > order elsewhere are very respectfully solicited for a trial, as in B.B. they will find cutters who can compete with any in the kingdom, while their prices will be found as reasonable as tirst-class materials and workmanship will peiinit. 1220 TERMS. CASH 71253 A ^"OR.D to the Wise Cause and cure of debility, want of energy, and premature decay. In- strtictions ti) regain health cmd Sent on receipt of 4 stamps by Publishers. Kitzalaii-squaie Sheffield. 1^01 o Po s T A L DELI V E iTT OK THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS. The Proprietors of the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS bag to announce that by a special concession of the Postal Authorities they are enabled to despatch their First Edition each morning by the Mails leaving Cardiff I at 2.30 a.m and 0.Q" a.m. Countrv Subscribers residiii" within the limits of n GLAMORGANSHIRE. CARM ARTHE NSIIIRE, PEMBROKESH [RE, CARDIGANSHIRE, As well as those portions of BRECONSHIRE and MONMOUTHSHIRE comprised within the Tredegar and Rhymney Valley Postal Districts, may now have the SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS delivered at their resi dences daily by the same as that which conveys their London letters London and West of England subscribers rec- ve "i'u PaPers 1)11 f-'10 afternoon o £ publication. NPW :SEC0:Vi EDITION of tho SOUTH WALES DAILV hi" 1,^ forwarded, prenaid, to residents 01 the follow- a11 •;tbel' Places within the Cardiff' Posoa. T?,, time for the tirst morning delivery .)l.. "bn'U::i Pencoed S Brides-suu. g, St. Nicholas Bonvilstone Petersione Llandaff H,¡,Üyr Morgans town Melingriflith Pentyrch St. Andrew's Sully Conrtyralla. Dinas Powis Cadoxcon Barry Sully Courcyralla Dinas Powis Cadoxcon Barry Caerphillv Beilwas Pwllvtl 1 wily pasi t St. Mellon's Cefn Mali y IS Castletown Micliaeistn-leVedw Marshlield Penarch Llandough Lis vane Jilanishen Whitchurch Taff's Well Tongwynlais WalnutTreidg. PER QUARTER, POST-FREE 0 9 j PER HALF-YEAR 0 19 PER YEAR I I@ SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS GPFICKS, 1 75 and 76, St. Mary-st eet, Ca dftf. I business ,AÔÔrr.S5£5. J0THAM & SONS, QVERCOATS FOR BOYS & fpOPCOATS FOR YOUTHS. HANDSOME AND BECOMING. ARE NOW SHOW- ING MEN S OVER- COATS AND COMPLETE SUITS IN "TKTEWEST STYLES -LL AND MAKES DIRECT FROM MANU- FACTURERS. SUITS IN TWEED AND WORSTED. (T^VERCOATS IN ENDLESS VARIETY ]VT OYELTl'ES IN SMALL BOYS' OVERCOATS. QCOTCH TWEEDS, MELTONS, ASTRACANS, BEAVERS, &c. 26 & 2 T ST" ^VIARY"ST-> 4 /CARDIFF. 204e 0HRISTMAS piCTURES, A LMANACKS, FOR F R A MING, & c., GO TO E. W. R OBEHTS', 5, ARCADE (ST. MARY STREET END), THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN CARDIFF. 225e r V E W TON AND fi O f Jr jJ* \i VAiLOHS. !i iMT AND .• •; <; c. 13 CRi)0KHWN, CARDIFF- Are now Siiowing a Choice Seleociou of GOODS FOR AUTUMN AND WlNTKii WEAR, Consisting of WEST OF ENGLAND, SCOTCH, AND FRENCH GOODS, IN THE NEWEST MAKES AND STYLES. Fit and Style equal to any London or Provincial House.. An Early Inspection Solicited. 103e Established Twenty Year 7W05 jgILL-POSTING AT NEWPORT, MON. J J. rn: REES, STEAM PACKET HOTEL. NEWPORT BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRY, Rents all the principal Hoardings in New- port doc. Work executed with cielJatdl boll T UZZONE FOR ^STIiMA. rjWZZONE FOR STHMA" r|lUZZ0N]5~~F0Il j^RONCHITIS. FOR rjl U ZZONE FOR QOUGHS. rjlUZZONE FOR c OUGIIS. A-ilew important discovery. ONE DOSE of this pleasant and marvellous medicine does more to remove a cough, 110 matter how long standing, than a bottle of the many worthless so-called remedies in the market. In Asthma Tuzzone has 110 rival. Be sure when asking for Tuzzoiie thas you get it. Hitherto 110 spurious imitation has appeared in the market; owiii, r to t,he very unique way of preparing this medicine and the impossibility of copying it, thus Tuzzone stands alone, unappro-clied in excellence as asafe andcertaincureforCoughs.CoIds, Asthma, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, and all diseases of the Lungs, Air Vessels, Chest, and Throat, Tuzzone triumphs when all others fail. Sold in bottles, Is 1U1 and 2s 9d, by all Chemists, Proprietor, A. J. Abciy, 33, Fetter-lane, London, I Agents: Stranaghan and Stephens, Oardi.7 and Penarth 19-De 716S2 PU. ROOKE S FAMILY MEDICINES. |\lt. ROOKE'S J) It, ROOKE'S 1) r ROOKE'S D it- ROOKE'i it. ROOKE'S -D It. ROO 1) l. ROOKE'S _DR. HOOKE'S | yR. ROOKE'S | yt. ROOKE'S | ^R. ROOKE'S |^R. ROOKE'S J|^R. ROOKE'S R. ROOKE'S R. ROOKE'S ^R. ROOKE'S | 11. ROOKE'S |^R. ROOKE S ~R. ROOKE'S g ROOKE'S i ult- o o ii ROOKE'S I ^R. ROOKES T~\R, ROOKES U. ROOKE'S! R. ROOKE'S; _)R. ROOKE'sj lt ROOKE'S! DR. ROOKE s! R. ROOKED R ROOKE R ROOKED jjj ^R. ROOKE'sj |^R. ROOKE'S! DR. lWOKE'sl D R. ROOKE'S SOLAR ELIXIR AND ORIENTAL PILLS. These CELEBRATED PREPARATIONS have been Ioeforetlie Pub- lic for nearly HAL1' A CENTURY,and have proved invaluable in thousands of Cases. For a full descrip- tion of these medi- cines and their use in the Treatment iand Cure of Disease, with scores of genu- ine Testimonials,see Anti-Lancet. ine Testimonials,see ANTI LANCET. Tliis well known work contains 172 pages, and may be had gratis and post- free from DR. ROOKE, Scarboro', England. England. j SOLAR ELIXIR is sold in bottles 4s 6d and lis, ami the ORIENTAL PILLS in boxes, 1, 'd iitl 4s 6d each, by all Chemists alld Patent Medicine Vendors and In DR. ROOKE, Scar- borough. I Dit. Uooi,:E,s HANDY POCKET-GUIDE TO HEALTH AND HEALTH !ŒSTORl:'i(j, PLACES,' Full of pleasing illustrations and! useful information.! 8d Daes. This Book may be! obtained gra tis from! all Patent Medicinej Vendors, and jiosi; free from Dr. Rooke ,j Scarborough, Eng land, on receipt otj a penny postage-! stamp. ^ryRIENTAL I L L S. ^RIENTAL P ILLS. /"ORIENTAL piLLS ORIENTAL 1-3 1 L 1, S T ORIENTAL |> I L L S jT\RIENTAL I L L S. OHIINTAL | > I L L S. I^riental I L L S. )RIENTAT, piLLS. D-IRIENTLIL p ILLS. jQRIENTAL I L L S. yRlEN'TAL j, I J. L S. i ^RIENTAL I L L S. IQRIENTAL I L L S. ^RIENTAL ti I L L S. ^111 EN TAT, I L 1, S. ^RIENTAL P I L L S ^RIENTAL P ILLS. DR ROOKE'S FAMILY MEDICINES. 9024 49413 IhtsincEs ;\ÙDtl'Z5£5. Jjj'EW jgJVENING pAPER I NEW EVENJNG PAPER. NEW EVENING PAPER. NEW EVENING PAPER. I; NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPER. [ THE South Wales Echo W ill be puùlisllCd EACH E V E X I X G, As fe'lows FIRST EDITION 2 O'CLOCK P.M. 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In order to render the "SOUTH WALES ECHO' one of the most attractive Evening Papers in the Pro vinces, a variety of SPECIAL FE TURES will be in- troduced, including -— SERIAL STORIES by Eminent Authors. SHORT TALES. JOTTINGS UPON POLITICS, ART, AND LITERATURE NOTES ON MUSIC AND THE DRAMA WIT AND WISDOM. CHAT FROll THE METROPOLIS. FACTS AND FANCIES. ECHOES OF PUBLIC OPINION. gOUTH WALES ECHO WILL BE ISSUED THIS AFTERNOON FIRST EDITION .2 O'CLOCK P.M. SECOND EDITION 4 O'CLOCK P.M. SPECIAL EDITION 0 O'CLOCK P.M. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY. PRICE ONE HALFPENNY NEW LIBERAL PAPER. NEW LIBERAL PAPEH. NEW LIBERAL PAPER ——— PUBLISHING OFFICES 75, St. Mary-street, I Oardiif: PROPRIETORS D. DUNCAN & SONS. business J\br£55£5. QREAT SHOW OF OVERCOATS AND AUTUMN AND WINTER CLOTHING, AT BOYTJE AND c0 CHURCH-STREET, CARDIFF. I I ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES AND NEWEST STYLES IN BOYS', YOUTHS', AND MEN'S QVERCOATS, jgUITS, REEFERS. rpROUSERS, JJATS, AND JJ OSIER Y The prices will be found on comparison to be so astonishingly low that no one need now deny themselves the luxury of a well made and com- fortably fittiw ffirr>irnt. BOY L E AND (J 0 GENERAL OUTFITTERS, j 11869 CHURCK-STREET, CARDIFF. 127o I E < > V E R" .V"QU./OiTER' OFA I CENTURY. | HE N R Y rp H o M A. S, J. I ST. JOHN S CHURCH-SQUARE. I -SOLP, AGENT FOR R A D B u R Y S PRIZE MEDAL gEWI x G I A C H I N E S FOR UARi'IUK AND DISTRICT. GRISWOLD'S PATENT KNITTING MACHINES. Washing and Mangling Machines of the very Rest Makes 170e Q PEC I A LT ll; S TN WINTER O C L II T II I N G, AT W rlInE & SONS FANCY TWEED UITS, Price 1.7/6, 20, 25/ 30/ 40/ 45/ BLACK WORSTED SUITS, Prices, 2b/ 35/ 45/ 65/ 65/ FANCY CLOTH AN1< TWEED OVERCOATS, Priees, 16/ 20/ 25/ 30/ 35/ 40/ 50/ BLACK WORSTED OVERCOATS, Prices, Ot; 35/ 4j/ 55/ NAP AND PILOT OVERCOATS, ¡'r¡; Ó 35/ 4b/ 60/" NEW MAvIEs is WATERPROOF COATS. NATS, .-HIKTS, HOSIERY, AND UMB.RKLL.AS. AivtiiWS-THK CA li DiPF HOUSE. 60 A- ji, S i. MA'R 1 -ST. 'ifc !S 47, CAROL1N E-Sili l^ 1. Hie CAiiOXFt. I ■ w J E F F 8 ii, 1 232, BUTE STREET, CARDIFF, WHO IS REMOVING TO 286, (4 DOORS ABOVE), Begs to return his thanks to the public generally for the patronage he has hitherto received, and to assure them that nothing shall be wanting on his 1 part to merit an increased continuance of the samae. PRIME MEAT FRESH DAILY. 236e gOUTII WALES EVENING ECHO. SWANSEA. The Evening Echo,' FIRST EDITION, is pub- lished at the Otlice, 2, College-street. Swansea, EVERY AFTERNOON, AT FIVE O'CLOCK. Sold by newsagents at Swansea, Hafod, Plasmarl, Mumbles, &c., and by the boys of the" Self Help Lrigade.' The SPECIAL EDITION, which contains all the Latest News, Telegrams, Stock Exchange Closing Prices, Markets, Sporting and Local Intelligence of the day, is published in Swallsea at 8.30 p. m. Sold by R MOGFORD, News Agent, Great Western Building, High-street, Swansea, and by newsboys. FOR THE QHEAPEST AND JgEST JpRUITS GO TO W. rjlHOMAS AND CO., THE NEW SHOP, AT 8 ST- J°^'S-SQUARE. JQNLARGEMENT OF pREMISES NEW AND EXTENSIVE SHOW ROOMS. rp H ° M A 6 D A V I E S Beg to call the Special Attention of Parties about Furnishing to his Immense Stock CABINET F UR-NITLTRE All Goods Marked in Plain Figures at Lowest Prices. BEDSTEADS, JJEDSTEADS, I One visit to his Establishment will convince anyone that T. D. is in a position to supply I Goods of every quality equal to any house in the Kingdom. pIRE-IRONS. F IRE-IRONS. I rjlHOM A S-b A V I E S, I GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHER, I 7, ST. JOHN'S SQUARE, CARDII, F. 200e I THE 11 WELSH FLANNEL & WOOL JL SHOP; ] b7, BRIDGE-STREET, CARDIFF. I Try Our Real WELSH FLANNELS. WELSH YARNS Also all kinds of KNITTING YARNS. BERLIN and oilier FANCY WOOLS. | Try Our KNITTED SOCKS and STOCKINGS. j Stockings lie-footed at 6d. per pair. | Welsh Flannel Shirts always in Stock. Please Note the above Address. 215o i Dusxttess À(¡bt£ss£s. p RELIMINARY NOTlqE. F. C 0 x' JONDON jyjANTLE AREHOUSE, 23, ST. MAR1; STREET, CARDIFF. SPECIAL s A L E ON TUESDAY NEXT, THE 6TH INST., AND FOR THE FOLLOWING 21 DAYS. F. COX respectfully begs to announce that he will hold his First Half-yearly Sale, during which will be offered the whole of his remaining Stock, which must be DISPOSED OF REGARDLESS OF COST, to make room for Spring Goods. F. Cox requests that his customers and the public generaliy will take advantage of this unusual opportunity to obtain Rich, Wearable, and Fashionable Articles at RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES. Such an opportunity of purchasing high- class goods rarely occurs, and it is the inten- tion of F. Cox to SELL EVERY SINGLE ARTICLE AT ANY SACRIFICE. The Stock to be disposed of consists of SPLENDID MANTLES, RICH ULSTERS, FASHIONABLE JACKETS, FUR-LINED CLOAKS, FUR CAPES, REAL SEAL JACKETS, AND DOLMANS, ALL MADE IN TilE MOST FASHIONABLE I AND BEST STYLE. v^ALE FOR rpWj NTY-ONE jp^AYS, COMMENCING I i [ rnu^SDA i a.\ vAiii 6TH. JL O NOTE THE ADDRESS— F COX, jj^ONDON "^JTANTLE AREHOUSE, 23 ST- ]\j[ARY-STBEET' cARDIFF. JQHRISTMA S H OLID AYS Special Low Prices for this Week only at T. H (OMLEY, J CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. I FANCY TWEED SUITS, Piices, 15/ 18/11, 22/ 25/ 30/. BLACK WORSTED SUITS, Prices, 20/ 25/ 30; 35/ I!ANCY TWEED & PILOT OVERCOATS, Prices, 15/ 17/o, 21/ 25/ 29/ GOOD VALUE IN MOLE AND CORD j TROUSERS. HATS, SHIRTS, HOSIERY, VERY CHEAP. ——— 428e J ADDRESS-STAR CLOTHING STORES, I CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. EAR PENFOUND B OOTS FOR HEALTH, STYLE, & ECONOMY. Sole Agent for the Celebrated "P. P." BOOT, Made of SPECIALLY-PREPARED LEATHER, and guaranteed absolutely waterproof. A brilliant selection of LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S DRESS BOOTS and SHOES in the newest designs, marvellously cheap. J. H. PENFOUND, 2, PARK HALL BUILDINGS, CARDIFF 227e JgCONOMY IN FUEL. H ALL'S PATENT FEED WATER HEATER. WILLIAMS' PATENT BLOWER AND SMOKE CONSUMER FOR STEAM BOILERS JOHN WILLIAMS AND ks ON, SOLE LICENSEES & MAKERS, IQUEEN-STRE ET, CARDIFF. 107o NEW TOOL DEPOT. SHEFFIELD HOUSE (Next door to Inland Revenue Office), CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. CHARLES PUDGE Begs to state that he has OPENED the above Premises with a Large and Varied Stock of JOINERS' AND MECHANICAL TOOLS of every description, all of Guaranteed Quality, and at Lowest possible Prices. An early inspection is respectfully solicited. EYERY ARTICLE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. 217e EP,V, OtTSiNESS, LOSS of ENERGY, AT and VITAL POWER.—A gentleman having tried in vain every advertised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self-cure. He will be happy to for- ward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.—Address J. T. Sewell, Esa., Chiswick. Middlesex.. ?1? Business JMPORTANT N 0 T 0 IC. THI:s jy A Y ON SALE AT JJOWELL & COMPANY'S, JJRESS GOODs EXTRAORDINARY1 35 Pieces CHECK LUSTRES .from 11 pn yard. 45 „ STRIPED „ „ 2 80 „ TWILLED ALPACCA; „; 2id „ 50 „ DRESS MELTONS 1 3d „ 100 ASSORTED VARIOUS.. 4-d „ 00 „ STRIPED SKIRTING.. „ 3jd all -V ERY SPECIAL. 390 PIECES OF FANCY PRINTS, FROM liD PER YARD—worth double. 1,200 PAIRS BLAl\KETS, AT RFDUCED PRICES;— Brown fr^m L Hid ner pair, 2 lljd u SLIGHTLY SOILED. Better qualities eq-aa ly good value. REAL WELSH SHIRTING FLANNEL, 'FROM 123d PER YARD. QLEARING LINES IN CHILDREN'S JACKETS, FROM 4fd EACH. pUR-LIN ED CLOAKS, FROM 78 lid. PUR CAPES, MUFFS, TRIMMINGS, ETC., AT MAKEILS'L- PRICES. BANKRUPT STOCK OF WOMEN'S MACKINTOSHES, FRO! 2s bid EACH. MANTLES, JACKETS, JQOLMANS, pALETOTS, AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. pANCY CHRISTMAS gOODS TO BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF C08T. -I., W ALL THE ABOVE GOODS CAN BE BotTOffT- ONLY FROM JJOWELL & 00 MP AN*, THE CARDIFF DRAPERS," 118 CARDIFF. ???