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r- 36it5t:!2S3 iM&rsssss. j EXPIP- -TION OF LEASE. I GRET gALE ()F STOCK! THE PREMISES-TO BE RE-BUILT. £3,000 WORTH OF J) R A PER Y TO BE CLEARED AT ONCFE. MUST BE SOLD TO PREVENT DAMAGE.  ——— TO-DAY (FRIDAY), AND WILL BE CON. TINUED • THROUGHOUT THE MONTH. ,I NOTE THE ADDRESS r- JOHN 0HANDLESS, THE CANTON DRAPER, LONDON HOUSE, COWBHIDGE ROAD. CANTON Tn.i.:J3 AND 'BUSES PASS THE DOOR. JGJX'FEJSSIOS* OF YISIT FOR ANOTHER WEEK EMINENT PHYICIANS HIGHLY RECOMMEND THE ""jyj A. G N E T A I R S" (Protected ty Royal Letters Patent) FOR THE PREVENTION, RELIEF, AND CURE OF DISEASE. M R jj0 N S D A L E, M. E., Inventor and Patentee of the "MAGNEXAIKE,' IS NOW KE-VISITING, CARDIFF, AND MAY BE DAILY CONSULTED, FREE OF CHARGE, FOR ONE WEEK MORE, At his Private Coiisuitin:r Eouias at MR J LONG'S, PHOTOGRAPHER, .1 63, CROCKHERBTOWN UNTIL SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1885, Where he will give Advice as to the Application of Curative Electricity. and Explain tha- Principles of his Patent Magnetaire Appliances, of which he has a Large Assortment, suitable for every part of the bo.iy. HOUKS Q-G ATTENDANCE:— Ten to. One. Two to Five. and to Eight. A 22-page Pamphlet, conba.nin £ Testimonials, Price List, and fall part:euiars, Free on"application. The following are selected f,.ozn a mass of testimony in possession of the Patentee CARDIFF TESTIMONIALS. INDIGESTION, BILIOUS, AND LIVER coil- PLAINTS. Cardiff Rope Works, Penarth-road, Grangetown, Cardiff, Jan. 8,1825. Dear Sir,—For this ia3t 25 years I have beea a great sufferer from the above-man tinned com- plaints, and I wish to express my greateiJi; satisfac- tion. and to testify to the benefit that I have derived from your -Nlasuetaire" appliances which I porch* ,(r iioni you some weeks back, and I mut say that tlillC I have had t'le pleasure of wearing it I have nob been troubled with lay old and inconvenient eoiapiaints. I can eat and digest my with comfort, and as regards my strength itis about doubl j. You are at liberty to make this statement public for the benefit of others who may be similarly afflicted.—Respectfully yonr, f Mr R. Lonsdale. SAMUEL WAUGH. IMPORTANT TESTIMONY BRONCHITIS AND HEART DISEASE. >3, Windsor-road, Cardi'r, Dec. 17, 1834. Dear Sir,—or many years I hv-eb-en suffering from bronchitis and Heart j'isease, and although I have consulted with several physicians, and trieEl- many remedies, have received very little beneSt from them. I fw weeks ago I ].m¡.rf! bone of your -MasDetaire" appliance- and am glai.fto tell you I 14ave derived much benefit from it.—I n,ui, :;û:Irs t"Š-ileCtfulIy, JOHN N t3. 3ir ii. Lonsdale. » INDIGESTION. 39, Crost-street, Roath, Cardiff. Dec. 18, 1884. Dear Sir.—A shore tiv&a ago I purchased from you au appliance for Indigestion and pain in the bacji; I am very pleased to iikmu you that I have derived great benefit from it. -Cannow tat any- thing I f ines', and am ^uite free from the pain and inconvenience I felt before purchasing the Mag- uecaire."—Yours trul)-, Mrs C. WARREN. Mr ic. Lonsdale. TESTIMONIAL FROM THE REV. R. H, DIGNUM. Neville Cottage, Pearl-street, Roath, Cardiff, November 24, 1334. My Dear Sk\—For tha -third time I have great pleasure in bearing testimony to ihe contiaued benefit I receive from wearing your admirable "Mstmetaire" Belt. Tonij its effects ;ire simply coiiifoft n^ and delightful. I can eat and digest rny toftd with comfort. That terrible nervous action ■with which I was troubled for years has been snb- d-.i3d. For months together I have been free from ic. I also Upd thl). "fagnetain" Soles a perfect ] ¡nary. Tile appliances are a. blessing indeed -to rua for the last two years. I wish you success in > our efforts to btntdk suffering humanity. X-shall he glad to an wer any questions which anyone ma> ire to ask me u¡Jol\the matter. With gratitude for the ^v»od I have myself received, with verykin.1 regards. I remain, Dear Mr Lonsdale, yours most faithfully, ROBT. HAYDON DIGNUM. To Mr Lonsdale. WEAK LEGS. NUMB FEET, SWOLLEN ANKLE, AND WEAKNESS OF THE VOICE. I 214, Pearl-street, Roath, Nov.^lTth, 1884. Diar years ago I had an attack of cholera, which left a thorough weakness in my, l' numbness in feet, and swollen ankle, causing' >i ami greatly inconveniencing me in getting •out. I am pleased to te'l yon that after wearing co, Belt and Soles I purchased ot.vo:i during your last visit a few hoars I began to feel an improve- ment. and after a week's trial the change was Woii- ui ray legs were altogether stronger, the swell- at; anile had gone down, feet frea' from numb- s, and the circulation restored through my ,l: I found a g:-e2.t improvement also in my v.hich wa very weak; can now speak .oager, although ic is ten years since my vaiee broke down. I am highly satisfied with what your Appliances have done, and shall always recommend thenj with confidence in any similar —Yours truly JOHN TAYLO.: Builder. M .• R Lonsdale. RAMP AND RHEUMATISM. 157. Bute-road, Cardiff, Nov. 1 1884. Sir,—In answer to your inquiry about the ¡ Msgnetah'e tht I purchased of yea (luring your last visit to Cardiff, i am glad to say it h¡¡. dona-me grea. good, especially in removing Rheumatism an Cramp. and soothing the several complaint; that come Vith age. I also have known several'adio have worn the" Maffiietaire," afid in every case it has relieved or cured them. If a rich person or two I' were to cliti-) a few stra.y sovereigns together and purchase some ci your appliances. and give them to I the poor and ncetiy, who cannot bilv such earthly blessings, they could say hereafter, "They wereick. and I visited them." -If any person wishes to know ¡ more al*)«t t..e appliances ihej- maj call on me, K id I can give them some practical experience. Ilcisnectinllv yours, GEORGE SADLER, Artist Mr R. Lonsdale. MR LONSDALE HAS NO AGENTS. rHE APPLIANCES CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED AT THE ABOVE ADDRESS IN CARDIFF, AND Ag" STAMPED "MAGNETAIRE." 71296 J^ONSDALE AND CO., SOLE MANUFACTURERS, 11905 447, WEST STRAND, LONDOi-i cau r,,QrLee thar exi)eudiiure.40 ptr, ¡ cant, by having tiieir dangbttrs taught Sciertufio Dress cutting.—App y Dressing-cutting Association, C'astlCstrJet, Cftrtiiif. 777 A NEW SERIAL STORY By the. Popular Writer, MISS'DORA RUSSELL (Aathor of "Footprints in the Snow," Beneath the Wave," "Out of Eden," "Crcesus' Widow," &c., (Sc.), C0.MMENC3D IN THE i CARDIFF TIMfiS SOUTH WALES I WE'WrZLY 1XEWS ON SATURDAY, JANUABY 3, I c I AiJd'wfll bo cor»tinU(;.i cash w»ek. 'the Ne'.v Stary is entitled c; JAMES DAUNTON'S FATE." <II J.A!E0 DAUNTON'S. FATE,' The Sivry camaiaaeed in Via CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 3. 'I I yp jhtSlttgSB J^xtssts. •Ma? tha present ,time Clothing so much de- the position of the wearer that to be iapafcid or clothed .in gatmanta that are badly fixul fitted at once conveys an im- -ion unfavourable to the wearer. It is, tjp'efufe, of great importance that all who am&v Appearance should bo careful to make iflt purchases only from such houses as Ie Style, -Fit, and Quality, combined ifttli economy, their leading features. Winter especially required that change in our attirs which is so -necessary for the due .protection, of our health and comfort. It is, therefore, of gr«fc importance that we should be supplied nim overcciats and other warm clcthing, not onJjj ait a moderate charge, but ao fashion- ahle and well made, as well as being selected fr. materials of modern dssign and durable chy&gter. To these important requisites Masses and Co'ijANt have especially de|ored their attention, and the reader may depeiid upon being supplied with all he re- quires at either of their establishments. Every persfer to whom economy is an obct should certainly inspect their stcfclf beford purchasing efeewhere. The position occupied by this firm in the markets as the largest buyers of clothing in Wales or the West of England enables them -fre- quently to secure goods at such prices as defy competition, it bemg an indisputable fact that the tradesman who Cl1 buy largest must; bny on more favourable terms than the f mailer buyer. There can be no surer indi- cation than an increased trade that the public C, wily hppreeiate fair dealing, and that the efforts of MASTERS and COMPANY to sapply goods of sterling value at the lowest remunerative profit havebe^ilf ally recognised is proved by the result. 102e-


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