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Pupils required preparing for G College of Preceptors and Oxford Local Examina- tion.— Miss Garleck, A.C.P., St, Helen's Lodge, B Brynymor-road, Swansea. 148 LESSONS wantedin Elocution, also Bookkeeping.— Apply Daily News Office, 166 üttatí.ans ftacaui. AGENTS wanted for every Town in South Wales, wrtiole or spare time, total abtainers only For terms Ac., apply at once. A.B.C., li. High street, Jiristoit 158 A GENTS wanted, with connectl^T^HStlHilli' J\ mines, steamship owners, and other user* bteam power, to sell Fine Durable Compound Machinery Oils, largely and increasingly used, liberal commission.—Address J. B., Messrs Dewick, 46, Barbican, London. 94 BOY wanted.—Apply Mr Haggis (F. Cox), 23, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 9l AKERS AND CONFECTIONERS. Wanted inT- mediately, steady young man. State wages. lave, with references, to W., Post-office, Tredegar. 70 OOT TRADE.—Finishers wanted; constant" ployment; must be good steady workmen. Apply at Povnton's Boot Manufactory, Wellington. terrace, Cardiff. 3 T>REWER (practical, experienced) wanted.—Appif" 1> by letter, to B., addressed to Daily News" Office, Cardiff, stating particulars, etc. 7583 CHILDREN S or YOUNG LADY'S ibIkID.-A -ki-rl aged 17 good dressmaker has not been in a situation before, nut can give good references—Apply to Mls» Warlow, Laleston,(Bridgend X63 RA DRAUGHTSMAN, experienced, mechanical partlv DRAUGHTSMAN, experienced, mechanical partlv employed, executes drawings, tracings &'c from rough sketches. Inventions worked out. Term* rnnlil, r°te.—W. P.. "Daily News" Office. Cardiff m^6" AID (smart) wanted to attend to horse and vehicle and be generall useful. Gooa character required* —Apply 58. Crockherbtown. q "m nr"a "V vrtiinc) wanted the snw bench. Stato M ^vages and last place.-Edwyn, Cooked^ ffier .rSants.W^t^DockS; 128^ M" ASON^i (eoocTbanker; wanted accustomed to alabaster and Caen stone ^k.-Apply Harry s. Ecclesiastical Art W orks, Exeter. _97_ T)LUMBERS, BELL HAN'GER*. one^r °tto JL FITTERS.—Wanted nninediateliy one or^ two Steady Hands for the above trades cons'tant employ went —Apply to William James, plumber, Cardigan^ =- h' PL.\STERERs.- Wanted shMpiastererTaTPei^ AL ceber, Mountain Ash.-Apply to Isaac George, "^tractor, on the job. t)OST BOY wanted at once; one TEaFcaiTdrive jS». well. Married man preferred.—Apply William ^op. Wyndham Hotel, Bridgend. 54 cni?wantK'. also a Carpenter, accustomed to Lougij.cry work; Good references. — D. Lloyd ffTrW~~aj*harran Collieiies, Ctr iifi. 104 c°rrej»^D CLERK.—Vacancy ior a Shorthand and j.. ponding Clerk.—State age, salary reouired, d,ff. ce to '• Clerk," Daily News office, Car- SHOKINq— 758^5 Weiling8 ^J[TH (good) Wanted.—Apply to J. r^HOEINo"' Unnel,Cardiff" 156 wanted JOBBING SMITH. Situation l),,ily News,sWan«ldy iian.—H. W., "South Wales f] >AILORST^W^H-, 145 # Apply D. Davie!^11 three or four Hands at once.— rrATlXJrS3^^t^vfera: 52 i Jones, Penygraig. ,0 K^od hands,—Apply D. \racXNCTKS"IN "cTvfi- 150 Commencing salaries ran 'E'—AR0 16—25. Pit ration bv correspondt'iice. to £ 100. Rapid pre- « rite to Secretary, Civil Service ^i.hRe.ut i.>'ounK lnt'n Nuiihea-i. London. Examination Agency, -f —- ^34 4. £ WF.KKIA easily earned bv~r, i~ JiO timekeepers, tiade.speo|.)l0y a^lks; foremen, ^.Cambridge-road, London, F!. a'ul others" 9^" bøp Assistants, &c. fTyfiJiERS —Wanted, a sharp Junior an ab- stainer.—Apply. giving references, to Smith and Co., Tredegar. 105 RAPERS.-Wanted immediately, a Young Lady I 1 for fancy counter. Welsh indispensable.—Apply Eaton. Oxford-street. Swansea. 81 RAPFRY. -Wanted, an experienced young Lady D for the Showroom knowledge of Welsh.—Apply and state full particulars to W. R. Edwards' Emporium, Carmarthen. 116 DRESSMAKERS. Wanted immediately, dress JLY and mantle makers, thoroughly experienced, for good class trade.-Reply, stating age, salary, reference, enclosing carte, to E. M. and A. J., 21, Herbert-place, Swansea. 41 DRESSMAKER.-First Hand wanted; must be thoroughly experienced; good style and fit. in None but competent hands need apply.—D. T. Jones, Emporium, Ferndale. 47 GROCERYXND PROVISIONS.—Wanted a good sharp junior young man; also a respectable youth as an apprentice. Welsh. Abstainers and non- smokers preferred.—Apply to T. H. Browne, Burry Port, Pembrey. 161 ROCERY.—Wanted immediately, a strong young \T" man to attend horse, deliver goods, and serve when required.—Apply to G. W. John, Tanyrbeol House, Glyn Neath. 120. GROCERY.—Wanted, a Junior Hand, with a knowledge of Welsh.—Apply to Thomas Powell, Morriston, Swansea, 124 GENERAL DRAPERY.—Wanted immediately, an experienced steady Hand knowledge of Welsh, with satisfactory references from last employers, indis- pensable.—Apply to Messrs Evan Evans and Son, London House, Llanelly. 83 GROCERY.—Wanted immediately a young man about 18 to serve and deliver goods in the grocery trade.-Apply to J. W. Jones, Golden Key, Ferndale.84 C- 1 ROCERY" TND PROVISIONS. -Wanted. a good JT Improver one accustomed to provision and cash trade. — Apply, with full particulars, Grocery, South Wales Daily News" Office, Cardiff. 68 ROCERY AND PROVISIONS.—Wanted, a good Senior and Junior assistant. Welsh. Satisfac- tory references.—Apply to Isacc Prothero, Ponty- pridd. 69 GROCERy.-Wanted at once. Young Man, about 18, to attend horse and deliver.—H. G. Davies ADerkenfig 50 GROCERY and PROVISION TRADE.—Wanted immediately, a good Junior. Also an Appren- tice.—Apply L. Richards, Blaenavon. 997 JTi ROCERY and PROVISIONS.—Wanted, at once, ylT an Assistant, accustomed to the cash trade and soliciting.—Apply Arthur Daniel, Troedyrhiw, Merthyr. 984 984 IMPROVKR or JUNIOR ASSISTANT wanted also yourh as Apprentice one who has passed his Sreliminary examination preferred.—Apply to R. p. ees. Chemist (by examination), Dowlais. 20 DRAPERY.—Lewis Lewis and Co,, Swansea, have a vacancy for a steady young man (Welsh). 186 M- ILLINEU. (experienced) wanted Welsh able to JjJL serve through. State full particulars.— Apply T. Heatley and Co., Manchester House, Ton, Ystrad. MANTL SALESMAN wanted at once.—Apply Mr Haggis, (Mr F. Cox) 23, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 157 MESSRS BUNNEY and PARKER the Bon M Marche, Swansea, have vacancies for a well- educated Youth and Young Lady as Apprentices. 88 to let. APARTMENTS (unfurnished) to Let; good healthy position.—Apply 126, Wyndham-crescent, Can ton. 174 APARTMENTS to Let, furnished or unfurnished at 27, Eleanor-street, Docks, Cardiff. 6 CHARLEs-STREET (50).—A good family residence, C with hot and cold bath, two lavatories. Rent moderate. Immediate possession. Apply Samuel Bros., 71, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. 18 MEATHC0CK~H0TF7L, LLANDAFF, to Let, with immediate possession (full licensed), near to ingand Pleasure Gardens; rent £ 40; incoming ow.-Apply on the premises. 59 frousua vlauub. MOUSE for sale in Harriett-street, Cathavs • six rooms rent 9s per week. Also Two Houses in ird-street; rent 8s per weelc.—For particulars and price, apply 1, Harriet-street. 7 EWPORT.-Wanted, on the 1st October, for office purposes, l<'rú.t Premises in a leading thoroughfare in Newport.—Address Premises, Daily News Office, 11, Tredegar-place, Newport. Tax ~jEiscilIattgims. BAY MARE for sale, with black points, 14 hands, rising four years. Also good spring Cart.—Apply 36, Bedford-street, or 218, Ely-road. 961 FRUITERERS.—For Sale, a large quantitv of choice Fruit.—Apply at the Heathcock Hotel, Llandaft. 61 nnRAP (new) for"sale for cob~ aboFt"14Xands; suit- I able for grocer, butcher, or baker,—Apply 1, riet-streef, Cathays. O A AA Starr-Bowkett Biiildine Society. Appro- rfi'Tbl/V priation for Sale. £ 5 in book.—Offers to K 2. Clare-gardens, Cardiff. 961 ffiisaHattiotts. UA Acents bIABLE WATCH at 12s 6d. VACANCIES IN CIVIL SERVTCR TZ—IT—OC" Commencing salaries range to £ lo'o~ lt paration by correspondence.— Intelligent „?^pid Pre" write to Secretary, Civil Service KxamlimH^ 5s men Nunhead, London. lamination Agency, -— 284 IMPORTANT to small Capitalists wishing to com mence as Tobacconists for illustrated guide oio pares) send 3 stamps to H. 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Established Fund> fiS0-000- Upon Approved pr0mi^EWATELY MADE ssory Notes as follows, without Advance £ 25—12 monthi» 50 onttily repayments of B2 5 10 100 4 11 8 Larger amounts th« • 9 3 4 Advances of £ 25 to £ 2.od(? m ProPortion. notice in town or country mai?8'11 «e at a few fours' of furniture, trade and farm stnnt .a,le' on mortgage without removal, and to assist n. p nt> croPs, &c., Also on deeds, policies, -and ro^J.rs0ns into business, for one month to 14 yeart nfj!™8 at 5 percent, repayments. Strictly private. Callo^writS" Notice.-Before applying elsewhere aTk anvc r auctioneer, <fec.: in England and Wa'la^f i-t y ^ollClt°r- fank.andvou will at once find outT0U a™?* Jhis wX an old-established (1870), safe and h ^u"8 Bank Having large capital, we do bus1neSsbT"tt<ie than others. Responsible Traders, Farmers and others can have money without bill of sale. No Eood loan ever refused. Current accounts opened according to the usual practice of other banks. No charge for keepinc accounts or clearing country cheques. Interest at the rate of 4 per cent. ailowell 011 the minimum monthly balances.. Deposits of £10 and upwards received at 4 per cent. per annum payable on demand. Subject to three months' notice of withdrawal, 6 per cent. Subject to six months' notice of withdrawal, 8 per cent. Subject to twelve months' notice of withdrawal, 10 per cent. Interest paid monthly, quarterly, or as agreed. 179 A. WILLIAMS, Manager. ¡\'mustmtnts. mHEATRE ROYAL, CARDIFF. LESSEE & MANAGER MR. EDWARD FLETCHER. ACTING MANAGER MR. JOHN SHKKLUAIM Special Engagement of Mr F. C. Cowlard's HAUNTED LIVES COMPANY. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), AUGUST 22, and during the week, the new Drama by J. Wilton Jones, fcsq., HAUNTED LIVES or, A TALE OF THE NIHILISTS. Act I.—Branstone's Farm. A Strange Wedding. Act II.—Frank's Lodgings. The Secret Meeting. ActIII.-Deck of the Albatross. Two Women. Act IV.—Exterior of Edenbndge Hall. Act V. -Room at Krienbridge Hall. MONDAY NEXT, August 24th, the great Drury Lane Drama, THE WORLD. Annual Benefit of Mr Edward Fletcher, Friday, September 11th: HAMLET. Box plan for Hamlet will be open at Messrs Thomp- son ana Shackell's on Monday Aug. 24 th. Doors Open at 7, Commence 7.30; Half-price 9. Box plan at Mensrs Thompson and Shackell's. Stage Door and St. Mary-street Entrance open 6.15, 6d extra. [ 53237 nCTORIA ROOMS, ST. MARY- » STREET, CARDIFF. MONS D'ARC S GRAND WAXWORK EXHIBI- TION and MARVELLOUS MARIONETTE ENTER. TAINMENT. Eighteen months' uninterrupted success at the above rooms. Great change in the marionette performance. The little wonders perform now for the first time the beautiful drama of POOR JOE or THE BLEAK HOUSE likewise is added a Grand Aquprium, showing a great number of unknown monsters from the depths of the sea. Morning per- formance, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 3, every Even- ing at 7 and 9. Admission, 3d Reserved seats, 6d. 184 S. MARY'S CHURCH, WHITCHURCH. AN ORGAN RECITAL Will be given in the above Church, on MONDAY. AUGUST 21th, 1885, BY MR A. H. DIGBY, M.T.C., 1. Organist of the Priory Church, S. Bees. To commence at 7.30 p.m. A Collection will be made in aid of the Organ Fund. Taff Vale Railway Train leaves Cardiff at 6.30 p.m., returning from Llandaff at 9.40 p.m. 462e 75982 (feursttfits. EXCURSIONS TO ILFRACOMBE JLL< AND WESTON By the Favourite Steamer FISHERMAN (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting). ILFRACOMBE AND LYNMOUTH, • S £ IU,RDAY TO MONDAY, Leaving Cardiff, 3.0 p.m., Satur (ay, August 22nd, Returning Monday, calling at Penarth and Lynmoutn to-and-fro. See bills. BY ORDER. 4, Mount Stuart-square, Cardiff. 45ge EXCURSIONS BETWEEN CARDIFF EXCURSIONS BETWEEN CARDIFF WESTON, AND LYNMOUTH, B/the Saloon«»eamer LADYMARGARKT orQUEEN OF THE BAY, (Wind, weather, and circumstance* permitting). SATURDAY, AUGUST 22. Leave Cardiff 3.0 p.m. >. Weston 1.0 and 7.0 p.m. „ MONDAY, AUGUST 24. Leave Cardiff 8.45 a.m., and 3.30 p.m. Weston 2.15 and 6.30 P-m. TUKSDAY, AUGUST 26. • Leave Cardiff 9.20 a.m. and 5 p.m. Weston 3.0 and 6.30 p.m. Fares—Bet ween Cardiff and Weston, to-and-fro. Fore deck, I-q bd; Saloon. 2s Single Fare. Is and Is 6d. To Lynmouth and back, Wednesday Afternoon, Aug. 1», Fore deck, 2s: Saloon, 2s 6d. Bay trips, Is. Ref resn- ments on board. BY ORDER 355e—73788 1VTOONLIGHT EXCURSIONS FROM -LvA CARDIFF BY THE IiADY MARGARET AND QUEEN OF THE BAY. MONDAY, AUG. 24, Leave Cardiff 8.0 p.m. TUESDAY, AUG. 25 Leave Cardiff 7.45 p.m. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 26, Leave Cardiff 8.30 p.m. Fare, one shilling. p.m. ■ ■ ■ By Order. "EXCURSIONS FROM CARDIFF TO AJ WESTON AND ILFRACOMBE, BT THE LADY MARGARET. w. <X«NES.D.AY:. ,AU.a0SI „ Ilfracombe '-oOam. „ Weston r it P'ra" Fares to Dfracombe-Fore deck, 3s 6d; Saloon, 4s 6d. IANOS.-WHY BE WITHOUT ONE PIANOS.—WHY BE WITHOUT ONE When you can become the owner of a nice instrument for the small payment of 10s 6d PER MONTH ON mHOMPSON AND SHACKELL S HIRE SYSTEM? No security required, and the instrument delivered to purchaser on payment of first monthly instalment. Every instrument guaranteed, and exchanged if not approved. ORGANS AND HARMONIUMS ON SIMILAR TERMS. Catalogues free on application. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC WAREHOUSE, QUEEN'S BUILDINGS, CARDIFF Also at SWANSEA, NEWPORT, MERTHYR and GLOUCESTER. 240e J} E F o R E BUYING A WATCH ANYWHERE Write for the Illustrated Pamphlet," sent free on application by the Largest Watch Manufacturer. DIAMOND JEWELLERY. Purchasers supplied direct at Trade Prices. A SAVING OF FROM 25 TO 50 PER OENT. MR T. R. RUSSELL, MAKER TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN, CATHEDRAL WORKS 18, CHURCH STREET, LIVERPOOL 12191 [NO AGENTS IN WALES.) 394e A A U T I c 0 N GENUINE so IMPROVED' BRADBURY & CO.'S SEWING MACHINES can only be obtained in this district from the t.nrW signed. It is a fact that like most reliable well known articles these celebrated Machines are jmitated hv inferior makers, and the counterfeit Machines are passed off by unprincipled persons as BradhnrJ. r'IMPROVED," to the great disappointmeiit of pur chasers and injury to Messrs BRADBURY <fc CO and their Agents. The Genuine Bradbury Machine may be easily known bv the Trade Mark—a Profile of the Duke of Wellington on each Machine. gENRY T HOMAS, ST. JOHN'S CHURCH-SQUARE. CARDIFF. i2, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD: and 34. HIGH STREET, TREORKY. Illustrated Price Lists on Application. 170e W H- SEATON'S I V LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, 31, HIGH-STREET. 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