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In charging advertisements the lines are not counted, but the advertisement, including lart;e lines, dashes, and white spaces, is measured, and the space occupied is charged at the rate of Twelve lines o an inch. Otusical. RG. COLE, Associate College of Organists Pro- fessor of Music choirs, schools, and private pupils attended.—For terms, <fec., address to 34, Loudoun-square. 112 OEbutatianal. GOVERNESS. Pupils required preparing for G College of Preceptors and Oxford Local Examina- tion.— Miss Garleck, A.C.P., St, Helen's Lodge, Brynymor-road, Swansea. 14b LESSONS wanted in Elocution, also Bookkeeping.— Apply Daily News Office, 166 Situations Vacant. AGENTS wanted for every Town in~ South Wales, whole or spare time, total abtainers onlv.—For terms, &c., apply at once, A.B.C., U. High-street, Bristol. 158 AGENTS wanted, with connection amongst mills MINES; steamship owners, and other „8ERG OT Meam power, to sell Fine Durable Compound Machinery Oils, Jargely and mcreasmgly used. 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Tredegar. — ZiL R^OOT TEADB.-FINISHERS0WDANT 'Wf&icSi Boot «•»»«»«• Bterrace, Cardiff.^ -IEN^DT«^R^PPL £ REWER(practical, to » Daily News" by letter, to B., addre 758 3 Office, Cardiff, statins PARTICULARS^^ —manage hotel at OUPLE (experienced) wanted CATER WELL docks in West of England. ABIE tap.— for hotel, and control rough dock trade AT -REF[ Apply, with full particulars and salary REQ NRQN'C Box, 1. Redcliffe P.O., Bristol. FELLMONGER Wanted at once; constant EMPLOY- MENT for a good man.—Apply Parry ana KOO » Swansea. MECHANICS AND FITTERS:—wanted, at a Steam Coal Colliery in South Wales, a Working Foreman.—Apply, statins; age and wages, to Box 12, Post-office, Swansea. MAN (young) wanted at the saw bench. 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DAVIESI FAN ten, V stalyfera. 52 '° iDollitBtijc ^eibattts4__ C! ^77T^dpIain>> fnr a business house.-Applv 28 High-street, Cardiff. lfe ^HiLdBEN'S or YOUNG LADY'S MAID.-A girl 1 aced 17 good dressmaker has not been in a ^tuation before, but can give good references.—Apply Miss Wariow, Laleston,.Bridgend 165_ WeNEHAL SERVANT (good) Wanted.—Apply at Wir once, Verwood Villa, Caerau-road, Newport, Mon. /GENERAL SERVANT (good) Wanted; alsoWalt (j ress and Nurse. No town girh need apply.— (j ress and Nurse. No town girl. need apply.— Apply Tyneside Dining-rooms, Alexandra Dock, New- port. ENERAL SERVANT wanted for qu!et place in the G country. Must be able to do plain cooking; industrious, neat, and clean. Wages jSlO for first year. —Mrs Scott, Llanstephan, Carmarthenshire. 159 ENERAL SERVANT wanted one able to do \T plain cooking, wash, and iron well.—Apply, with full particulars, to Mrs D. J. 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EWING MAID Wanted, to take entire charge of S three children, or Nurse who is good needle. woman.—Apply with references to Mrs W., 2, Glan- mor-terrace, Uplands, Swansea. 80 SERVANTS (good) wanted badly to supply ladies at o L. Monk's Registry Office, 20, Castle-road, Roath, Cardiff. 27 r bøp Assistants, &r. RAPERS.-Wanted immediately, a Younz Lady for fancy counter. Welsh indispensable.—Apply Mrs S. Eaton, Oxford-street, Swansea. 81 RAPERY Wanted, an experienced young Lady for the Showroom knowledge of Welsh.—Apply and state full particulars to W. B. Edwards'Einporitirn, Carmarthen. 116 j DRESSMAKERS.—Wanted immediately, dress | f and mantle makers, thoroughly experienced, for good class trade.—Reply, stating age, salary, reference, encio-ing carte, to E. M. and A. J., 21, tlerbert-place, Swansea. 41 DRAPERY.—Lewis Lewis and Co,, Swansea, have a vacancy for a steady young man (Welsh). 186 DRESSMAKER.— First Hand wanted must be thoroughly experienced good style and fit. None but competent hands need apply.—D. T. Jones, Emporium, Ferndale. 47 A 1 ROC KRS.—Wanted, Junior Hand quick, pushing VJT and used to provisions.—Apply Jones and Co., 114, Cowbridge-road, Cardiff. 189 t -1 ROCERY.-Wante(i immedijately, a strong young GROCERY.—Wanted immediately, a strong young man to attend horse, deliver go <ds, and serve when required.—Apply to G. W. John, Tanyi" ->ol House, Glyn Neath. ROCERY AND 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. Bowen, Burry 1")rt, Pembroy. 161 d-I ENRILAL DRAPERY.-Wanted lnima iately. an X,W 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. ÿõúng-man about 18 to serve aud deliver goods in the grocery trade.—Apply to J. W. Jones, Golden Key, Ferndale.84 GROCERY AND 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 iø let. PARTMENTS (iinf urnished) to Let good APARTMENTS (IInfurnishd) to Let od hea. A position.—Apply 12a, Wyndham-crescent, 14n- ton. PARTMENTS to Let, furnished or unfurnished at 27,* Eleanor-street, Docks, Cardiff. o__ i^HARLE-STREET (50).-A good family residence, 1 with hot and cold bath, two lavatones. Rent moderate. Immediate possession. Apply feamuel Bros., 71, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. i° TT iTa TTiroC fv~HOTEL, LLANDAFF, to Let, with H tS,Sponsion (Ml Itonff). Boating &nd Pleasure Gardens, rent £ 40, £ ow— .Apply on the premises. — fjguaea Witautdr. HOUSE for sale in Harriett-street, Cathays six JR-AL rooms rent 9s per week. Also Two Houses in Kictiard-street; rent 8::1 per week.—For particulars and price, apply 1, Harriet-street. 7 "N E^ffic^Rn.antel7 orr the lst October, for thorough fare m T!f e w port — Address"63 a News Office, H, Tre^egkr-e^fas' Da^ 3For ^al £ .-i$Cisc £ lIait £ ous. BAY MARE for sale, with black points, 1* hands rising four years. Also good spring Cart.—Apply 36, Bedford-street, or 218, Ely-road. 961 FRUITERERS.—For Sale, a large quantity of choice ffrnit,.—Apply at the Heathcock Hotel, Llandaff. 61 RAP (new) for sale for cob about 14 hands; smt. able for grocer, butcher, or baker. Apply 1, Har- riet-street, Cathays. 8 LAMP OILS.—Best burning lamp oils. Shops and others supplied in large and small quantities- Apply to G. Jefferies and Son, W eUington-street, Canton. n j aa Starr-Bowkett Building Society. Appro- Jb4:Uv priation for Sale. £ 5 in book.—Offers to K 2. Clare-gardens, Cardiff. 9bi jEistiHattgons. HAMILTON'S RELIABLE WATCH at 12s 6d. Agents wanted.—Bertrand Hamilton, 137, High- street, Stoke Newington, London, N. 136 VACANGIESTn CTVIL SERVICE.—Age 16-25. V Commencing salaries range to £100. Rapid pre- paration by correspondence.—intelligent young men write to Secretary, Civil Service Examination Agency, Nunhead, London. 284 IMPORTANT to small Capitalists wishing, to com- I mence as Tobacconists for illustrated guide (110 paces) send 3 stamps to H. Myers and Co., 109, Euston- road, London. 1376 T3 OTANIC BEER made immediately with Mason's ji ) Extract or Essence of Herbs, composed of Yarrow, Dandelion, Comfrey, and Horehound; send 9 stamps for sample bottle, enough to make four gallonto Newball and Mason, Chemists, Nottingham. Agents wanted. s 413a LONDON VISITORS by Excursions, Ac., will find „ Home, Brvthon House, 5, Houghton- F* Amptlull-square, London, N.W. 905 N0rSI° PLKASURE PARTIES.—Tickets for Hotel, Llanda^. to be at the Heathcock ( )NnANAL^IiUTY AND ™E INFIRMITIES ot advice to J'oung men. with store the nervnn«' *nA ,,C(?I??'.a'n'rig recipes that will re- manhood. Free for ate" to the iul1 Power of and speedy cure wi, Ae,Ileiit of ali who desire a safe stamPPtoPrepay S thA°^d of ^acks. Send ,-ne of Anatomy, Birmingham ess Secretary, Institute WATSK1^j1^P5Y.-MIDLaND COUN- house in the Worlds COMPANY.— (Cheapest Crystal Glass, heavy «-r Cents' Fine Silver heavy-ensed Gold levers a^ches' 25s • ^d'es* 80s. Before purchasing semi f J. <•> ts" do" do* do-> beautifully illustrated. 1 000 H^. mpany 8 Catalogue, imrg, gratis, post free on apnli^H co^per"Plate engrav- world Apply Company's ^lanaeei' VP7Part °J the street. Birmingham. Thepressunttk^'n y' yse,* their readers to obtain a catatoguS^1Versa"y^recommend r fast ait& IFounir. cold buckle Ring. Anyone finding same will ho well rewarded returning it to the wlle^ Daily News '^0ffice; øntll. mHE WEST OF ENGLAND ADVANCE CO., 2 1 Bute-terrace, Cardiff, beg to inform the public that they advance /rom £ 5 to £ 1,000 t0 ^ariJiei's» Cow- keepers, Householders (Male or remale). Mechanics, and others on their own security, at a few hours notice. Trade bills discounted. Advances also made on deeds without any lepal charges at a very low rate of interest. to be repaid by instalments. Borrowers would do well to inquire our charges before applying elsewhere. For refei-eiteesinquire, of any solicitor in the town. All communications to be udaresseSd to 6. Blaiberg, Man aejer 516a l39 Amustiiitttts. RJLHEATKE RO^AL, CARDIFF" LESSEE & MANAGER—MR. FMTCHEB. ACTING MANAGER MB- JOHN SHERIDAN. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY). AUGUST 24th, Special Engagement of Clarence and Bland Holt s great Drama, from the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, THE WORLD.. By Paul Merritt, Henry Pettitt, and Augustus Harris. Mr Bland Holt in his celebrated character of Jl/ws Jewell, as played by him throughout Australia ana Vaw 7aalonr] Act L-Cape Colony. Act II.-The Equator Act III.-The Raft. Act IV.-The Inventories. Act V.- The Grand Hotel. Act VI.—Lincoln's Inn. Act VH. —The Lunatic Asylum. Act VIII.—Palace Chambers. MONDAY NEXT, August 31st, THE MARVELLOUS MAJILTONS. Friday, September 11th, Annual Benefit of Mr Edward Fletcher. Grand Production of HAMLET. Box plan for Hamlet now open. Doors Open at 7. Commence 7.30; Half-price 9. Box plan at Messrs Thompson and Shackell's, Crock- herbtown. 5A237 VICTORIA ROOMS, CARDIFF. MONS. D'ARC desires to announce to the In- habitants of Cardiff and neighbourhood that this will be the LAST WEEK of the MARIONETTE Perform- ances previous to appearing in France. The Waxwork will be supplied with a continuation of novelties of all sorts of living curiosities.—Mons. d'Arc returns his sincere thanks for the liberal patronage he has received during the past eighteen months at the above rooms. G. MARY'S CHURCH, WHITCHURCH; AN ORGAN RECITAL Will be given in the above Church, on MONDAY. AUGUST 24th, 1885, BY MR A. H. DIGBY, M.T.C., L., 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 EXCURSIONS BETWEEN CARDIFF AND WESTON, 131 the Saloon Steamer LADY MARGARET or QUEEN OF THE BAY, (Wind, weather, and circumstances permitting). MONDAY, AUGUST 24. Leave Cardiff 8.45 am., and 3.30 p.m. „ Weston 2.15 ami 6.30 p.m. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2B. Leave Cardiff 9.20 a.m. and 6 p.m, Weston 3.0 and 6.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26. Leave Cardiff 7.30, 9.30 a.m., 3.45 and 6.30 p.m. „ Weston 9.30 a.m., 3.45. 7.0, and 8.15 p.m. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. Leave Cardiff 8.15 a.m. and 4.45 p.m. Weston 9.45 a I". and 8 p.m. FRIDAY. AUGUST 28. Leave Cardiff 9.0 a.m. and 5.30 p.m. Weston 10.15 a.m. and 7.45 p.m. SATlIWA Y. A LTG I ST 29. Leave Cardiff 9.20 a.m. and 6.0 .m. i. Weston 10.45 a.m. and 8.0 p.m. „ Fares-Between Cardiff and Weston, to-and-fro, Fore deck. Is 6d; Saloon >2s Single Fare, Is and Is 6d. Bay trips, Is. Refreshments on board. 355e—73788 BY ORDER. "Ti/TOONLIGHT EXCURSIONS FROM UJL CARDIFF BY THE LADY 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. 75989 By Order. EXCURSIONS FROM CARDIFF TO WESTON AND ILFRACOMBE, BY THE LADY MARGARET. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 26th, Leave Cardiff 7.30 a.m. i» Ilfracombe a ic n m Weston .« "a I?? -THURSDAY, AUGUST 27th.. .Leave Cardiff o „ Ilfracombe j „ Weston JV p.m. The Steamer will call off' LVnninnth £ '> P;1?' Wednesday. ^ynmouth to-and-fro on Fares to llfracombe-Fore deck, 3s 6d; Saloon, TOANOS.—\VHY BE WITHOUT ONE to^trument1foVth^sma^fpayment^f 0wner «*» 10s 6d PER MONTH ON rjlHOMPSON AND SHACKELLS 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, MhRlUYR and GLOUCESTER. 240e BEFORE BUYING A JLF WATCH ANYWHERE Write for the Illustrated Pamphlet,' sent free on application, by the LARGEST WATOH MANUFACTURER. WATCH REPAIRS-Prompt and Perfect. Estimates given and Cost of Carriage taken. m 18 CARAT GOLD ALBERTS shin T^ i*^ onr cvery Link), 80s per oz.—Workman- ship Included. Largest Gold Chain Stotk in England. MR. T. R-RUSSELL (Maker to her Majesty the Queen), CATHEDRAL WORKS, 18, CHURCH-STEEET LIVERPOOL. 12042 NO AGENTS IN WALES. 3939 NEW LOCAL MINING STORY, With the view of making the South Wales Echo acceptable to all classes of our reatlers, the pro- prietors have made arrangements for the publica- tion of a NEW STORY OF LOCAL COLLIER J, LF.E, ENTITLED MARY ARMITAGE, THE MINER'S DAUGHTER. The Story is one of intense interest, full of sensa- tional situations, and enchaining the reader's attention throughout. The varied incidents, trade disputes, and dangers of those who toil underground have been introduced into the tale, and we confidently leave its merits in the hands of our mining readers. Thft foUowing cliapter mynopoif WiU give some idea of the nature and scope of the story :— CHAPTER I.-Joe Armitage. „ IL-After. Twenty Years.—The Belle of Peny- graig. „ III.—Mary's Adventure-Will Evans, the Collier. „ IV.—The New Minister-Mary as a Pit Girl. to V.—Dick Davies—The Snake in the Grass." VI.—Mr Hannaway, the Agitator—Out on Strike. VII.—" Will you see your Children Starve I"- "Surrender, man? Never I" „ VIII.—Arrival of the Knobsticks—The Riot. IX.—Mary the Peacemaker-Will Evans, the New Leader. X.-Jane Davies falls in Love-Leap Year Privileges. 1, XI.-The Minister de-clines to respond"- Love turned to hate. „ XIL—The presentiment—Mary is not my daughter—The Explosion Death of Joe Armitage. „ XIII.—A leaf from a sealed book—The baby clothes. I XIV.—The Minister's Quest-Raffled. It XV.—An unnatural mother Dick Davies finds a mine of gold." xvi. -Mary's prosecutor—Saved by a door boy. XVII.—Mr Morton, the new colliery owner- The aim of Will Evans's life. XVIIL—Mrs Morton visits Mary—Jane Davies's inquisitiveness. „ XIX.—Mr Hannaway's disappearance—Will Evans's heroism. „ XX.—The Unravelling of the Skein-The Minister makes a discovery. XXI.—Mary and her mother.—The Minister's magnanimity—Conclusion. The first chapter of the Story will appear in the SOUTH WALES ECHO" on SATURDAY, the 29th inat., and will be continued on bush Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday -tillcompleted, 36usitttss Àhbrt55£S. JOT HAM AND GONS, THE PRINCIPALITY JUVENILE OUTFITTERS, 26 & 37 ST, MAIIY-STREET, c ARDIFF. JERSEY SUITS AND JERSEYS. JERSEYS AND JERSEY jgUlTS NAVY BLUE, B LACK, G RENAT, JYJ[ ARONE, gEAL BROWN, AND FANCY MIXTURES Fine Stockinette three- thread and four-thread Worsted and Knitted Wool JERSEYS JERSEY SUITS, JERSEY KNICKERS LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTH WALES. ARE THE BEST FOR SCHOOL WEAR. FOR THE SEASIDE. FOR THE HOLIDAYS. UNEQUALLED FOR STRENGTH AND DURABILITY. SUITS from Is. lid. to 20s. JOTHAM AND gONS, 26 and 27 ST. MARY-STREET, CARDIFF. ESTABLISHED 50 YEARS. 204e JJ 0 ONO MY IN FUEL. yy ALL'S PATENT FEED WATER HEATER w ILLIAAIS' 1 ATENT BLOWER AND SMOKE CONSUMER FOR STEAM BOILERS J-OHN ANTILLIAAIS AND SON, SOLE LICENSEES & MAKERS, QU EEN-STKB ET, CARDIFF. 107e QlLPHoilNE LOrtoN, THE CURE FOR SKIN DISEASES, IN A FEW VS 'to^fv1?A n,1 >i*MKs' BLOTCHES, EN'i^LREJI.Y FABU NVAY. BEAUTIFULLY FI^RAN1. I EUFKCTLY IIAltl\1LF.S. CTTRKS OLD-STANDING SKIN DISEASES REMOVES EVERY KIND Oi ERUPTION, SPOT OR BLEMISH, THE SKIN CLEAR, SMOOTH, HEALTHY, lhore is scarcely an(i c" ^ill yield to Sulpholine fvnast cure. Oi^i?nence to fade away, even if seen»«S ^P roUghness Tall'ary Piwples, redness, blotches, scari, ™ ■15^'anisu as if by magic whilst old, e.V.hea<is, scaly er,> eczema, psoriasis, acne, however ,i £ ins' rosea, prurigo, tetter, Plt)'r'fu]iy attacks If P rooted, Sulplioline successfully acau^- It destroys the animalculee which ''tions and ahvaJl u,lsishtly, irritable, painful affecbealthy skin, a LoUwi is°soid' p EPPERIS (I LTININEAND i[ itux rrONIC. A HEALTH, STRENGTH, ENERGY. GREAT BODILY STR^NGrH, GREAT NERVE gTRKNGlii, GREAT MENTAL STRENGTH OREAT DIGESTIVE STF-IINGTH. Follows the use of PEPf/appeSe.^rSote^ IR0N TONIC. It improves the »PPes> increas^e^ d»gestion, greatly strengtiiens the 1 the muscles 3 ^tr«»gth of pulse, gives firmness ^ciellt heat to' pale countenance, supplies riness and weakn» Clrcula" tions, overcomes bodily w 0Uraigia sciati^ cures many painful remedy for dyspepsia, and horoughly recruits PEPPER'S QUINISF' & IRON. TONIC, MOST IMPORTANT A new, smaller size 'bringing it to ►itnec^'c'n0 is now supplied at 2s 6d, the 1?' reach all classes, and gTeatly b lue "»any mjurioUa imitations largely offered. ? PUPPERS TONIC. 4s6d s £ lH" BoUle'. 1 doses, 2s 6d; next size, 32 » —'—^ jd ev^ry where Is Ah A X p E R- rpAh axaciTM AND poDopiiYLLIN. THE SAFEST ANTIBILIOUS MEDICINE. A FLUID LIVER MEDICINE: WITHOUT MERCURY, maBJ5 FB°M DANDELION AND MANDRAKE ROOTS. Is now used and and calom6?* many Physicians instead of blue p a!1 for the cure of dyspepaia, billiousness, eenei-illv1?3 of con- gestion of the liver, whl £ b drowsiness ?ain bene»th the shoulders, headache, tasfce no appetite, furred tongue, stomach ^orninjr, giddiness, disturbance of > a"d feeling of general depression & gd ?nd 4s 6d Sold by all Chemist^l!^a^S_^epper's. L IOCIIYFR'S SULPHUR XXAIR ESTORER AA THE BEST. THE SAFEST. THE CHEAPEST. RESTORES THE COLOUR TO GREY HAIR. INSTANTLY STOPS THE JIAIR FRO.,4 FADING. OCCASIONALLY USED, GKEYNESS is IMPOSSIBLE. REMOVES SCURF, AND ^f-WSHES THE HAIR, CAUSING IT TO ^°)J^vHEREVER THIN AND PATCHY. 248e Large Bottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. 1x945 B A R R B ROS,, TAILORS, G4 ST- Mary-street> CARDIFF. 293e 7567b A WORD TO THE WISE: Cause & cure debility, want of energy,^n? Premature decay. In- structions to regain health and vigor. Sent on receipt of 4stamps byPublishers, Fitzalan-square, Sheffield 1X681 N EWPORT.-soUTH WALES ECHO. The SOUTH WALES ECHO is published at the NEWPORT OFFICE, 11, Tredegar-place, as follows FIRST EDITION 3.15 P.M. SECOND EDITION 4.30 P.M. SPECIAL EDITION 6.30 P.M The SPECIAL EDITION contains all the News of the Day. up to Six o'clock p.m.—including the latest Stock Exchange and Sporting TelevtSins. Sold by all Nerrsagente and Newsboys EBusiness TRY jpUDGE FOR TOOLS, TOOLS. rjpooLs. rjpooLs. rjiooLs. rjiooLs. rnooLs. mooLs. rjpooLs. TRY p U D G E, AT THE JjjTBW TOOL D EPOT. TOOLS. rjpooLs. rjpooLs. rjpooLs. rpooLs. rjpooLs. rjpooLS. rjpooLs. SHEFFIELD HOUSE, CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. 286e F ULTON, D UNLOP, AND Co. CARDIFF AND SWANSEA, ALSO AT WINDSOR-ROAD, PENARTH BASS AND CO., ALLSOPP AND SONS, And others of the finest BURTON ALES. PRICES Per Kilderkin. 18s. 21s. 24s. Per Firkin. 9s. 10a. 6d. 12s I And upwards. 155 STIFF'S SI ARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH. gTIFF'S STARCH, i gTIFF'S STARCH. j^TIFF'S STARCH. ^TIFF'S STARCH. ^TIFF'S STARCH. STIFF'S STARCH. ^TIFF'S STARCH. STIFF S STARCH. STIFF'S STARCH. 305e 12030 7376c STIFF'S STARCH It having come to the knowledge of Messrs Stiff and Co. that some retailers often attempt to induce the public to purchase low. Ericedandinferior starches y representing them to be the manufacture of Messrs Stiff <fc Co., it is necessary to put the public Oil its guard against such unprin- cipled Dractices, and tostate that every box or packet of Stiff's Starch bears the registered trade Mark QUEEN BE»;.S. Stiff's Starch is Sold in 51b Packets and lib Fancy Boxe ,and m»y be obtained of any Grocer. Druggist, fir Oilman; or of the .Manu- facturers. STIFF & CO., REDCLIFF-ST., BRISTOL I ESTABLISHED IS18. GO T,) THE "CAMBRIAN" NEW HAIRCUTTING, SHAVING, AND SHAMPOOING ROOMS, 57, BRIDGE-STREET, CARDIFF. GENTLEMEN'S HAIR fashionably cut 3d. CHILDREN'S HAIR carefully cut 2d. SHAVING (only) id. HA VING (witn attendance) lid. Private haircutting rooms for ladies and children, PL::ASE NOTE THE ABOVE ADDRESS. 406e NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Ire Ho D AVIES AND CO" "THE TAILORS,' Beg to Intimate to thelr cutomers and he general public that they have secured the Extensive anil Com- modious CORNER PREMISES lately occupied by Mi- Marsh in CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, which are now open,and are showing the CHOICEST PATTERN^ and QUALITIES in SCOTCH and WEST SUITINGS, l' ANCY TROUSERING CLOTHS, tc. Please notice their TIES and UNDERCLOTIII. G WINDOWS. Value not to be equalled in Cardiff. They thank their Patrons for past favours, and p o- mise the same attention to their future orders. Please Notice the Address: T. H. DAVIES AND CO., "THE TAILORS,' 6090 CUSTOM HOUSE-STREET, CARDIFF. JQR. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS. DR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S J) I, ROOKE'S D It. ROOKE'S TVR. ROOKE'S I^VR. ROOKE'S i^vR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S TAB. ROOKE'S DB. ROOKE'S yvR. ROOKE'S "r\R. ROOKE'S T\R. ROOKE'S f\R. ROOKE'S TXR. ROOKE'S J) R. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S R. ROOKE'S TXR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S B R. ROOKE'S TvE. ROOKES R. ROOKE'S 4^R. ROOKE'S 4=VR. ROOKE'S |^R ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S ROOKE'S *pvR. ROOKE'S TvE. ROOKE'S TvR. ROOKE'S "FCR. ROOKE'S | ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S DR. ROOKE'S JT^R. ROOKES pvR. ROOKE'S JT^R. ROOKE'S I \B. ROOKE S T^R. ROOKE'S DR. ROOK ICS ORIENTAL PILLS. have been of world- wide repute for nearly half a cen- tury. As an aperi- ent and alterative medicine they are unrivalled. DR. ROOKE S ORIENTAL PILLs. In all cases of Indi- gestion, Biliousness, l-iver Complaints,! &c., <kc., they are allowed to be the most efficacious in the world, and have met with the same invariable success as has his world- renowned SOLAR ELIXIR. For a more complete des- cription of this medicine see II Anti. Lancet." THE ORIENTAL PILLS Are prepared only by Charles Kooke, M.D., Scarborough. The Pills are sold in Boxes at Is lid and 4s 6d each, and can be obtained of all ChemistsandPatentl Medicine Vendors. Directions for the Treatment of all Diseases with every Box DR. ROOKE'S ANTI-LANCET Contains 172 pages, and is an admirable compendium of medical science and information. Every household should possess a copy. Cir- culation, Four Mil- lions. Concerning this book, the late eminent author, Sheridan Knowles, observed:—" It will be an incalculable boon to every person who can read and think. GRATIS from all Chemists and Pa- tent Medicine Ven- dors, or Post Free from Dr. Rooke, Scarborough, Eng- land. WHERE TO GO. "DR. ROOKE'S HANDY POCKET-GUIDE TO HEALTH AND HEALTH RESTORING PLACES,' Cloth gilt, 88 pages, is full of pleasing illustrations and useful information. May be obtained from Dr. Rooke, Scarborough, Eng- land, on receipt of a penny stamp piLLS |J> ILLS. |3 I L L S. |3 I L L S. nlL L S. pILLS p ILLS O ILLS p ILLS pILLS. pILLS. 1 L L S. pILLS. S. pILLS. OILLS. piLLS J3 1 L L s • OILLS. pILlS IP ILL S, PILLS" P ILLS. P ILLS. P ILL S. P ILL S. P ILL S. p I L L S. P ILLS. P ILLS. piLLS. P ILLS. P ILLS. S. P ILLS, j P ILLS, p ILLS, p ILLS. P ILLS. P ILLS. P ILLS. P ILL S. P ILLS, p ILLS. pILLS E. ROOKE'S ORIENTAL PILLS. XJ 9024 49413. ks WANSEA.-SOUTH WALES ECHO. The FIRST EDITION of the SOUTH WALES ECHO Is published at the Office, 2, College-street Swansea, EVERY AFTERNOON, AT FIVE O-CLOCK. Sold by newsagents at Swansea, Hafod, Plasmarl, Mumbles, Ac., and by the boys of the "Self Help Brigade.' 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 Swansea at 8.30 p.m. Sold by R. MOGFORD, News Agent, Great Western Building High-street, Swansea* aad by newsboys. -i imsnttss JU&r&sises. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR SYMINGTON'S ARAB'S COFFEE. FOR STRENGTH, FLAVOUR, & AROMA IT STANDS UNEQUALLED. SOLD IN OBLONG TINS. BOW DEN STEAM MILLS, MARKET HARBOROUGH. GOLD MEDAL, NEW ZEALAND, 1882. 3808 JMPORTANT SPECIAL. B E N 8 0 N NEW PATENT (No. 4658). "LUDGATE" WATCH, SILVER GOLD £ 5 5 £ 12 !•> IS A SPECIAL STRENGTH' SILVER ENGLISH LEVER, MY BEST LONDON MAKE, WITH THREE-QUARTER PLATE MOVEMENT. JEWELLED THROUGHOUT. CHRONOMETER BALANCE, WITH DAMP AND DUST PROOF PATENT RING BAND, AND EXTENDED BARREL, IN MASSIVE STERLING SILVER DOME CASES WITH CRYSTAL GLASS FRONT WINDS & SETS HANDS & OPENS AT JiAClC, MAKING IT A BETTER WATCH THAN ANY £ 10 WATCH IN THE IIARKET, ITS ADVANTAGES, OVER THE OLD AND FAULTY FULL PLATE BEING ENORMOUo, AS THE 'LUDG-i'i E" WATCH WILL LAST ONE HUNDRED YEARS, 11 NEVER BREAKS, AS IT CANNOT BE OVER WOUND AND MEYER NEEDS EXPENSIVE REPAIRS. IS A BETTER TIMEKEEPER. IS A BETTER WATCH, AND IS BETTER VALUE THAN ANY OTHER WATCH SOLD FOR £ 10 IN TOWN OR COUNTRY. WILL STAND ROUGIi USAGE OF ALL KINDS, AND IS THEREFORE THE BEST WATCH AND EQUALLY SUITED FOR WORKMEN, RAILWAY MEN, MINERS, GENTLEMEN, BOYS, AND ALL WHO REQUIRE A PERFECT WATCII OF EXTRA STRENGTH FOR HOME, INDIAN, OR COLONIAL USE, MADE IN THREE SIZES, AS UNDEU; WORKMAN'S, LARGE SIZE MINER'S & RAILWAY MEN'S, EXTRA LARGE SIZE, AND FOR GENERAL WEAR, MEDIUM SIZE. SENT FREE AND SAFE AT uUlt RloK TO ALL PARTS FOR £b 5s ud. CASH, OR P.O.p., PAYAULli AT G.P.O. PRICE IN 13-CARAT GOLD CRYSTAL GLASS CASES TWELVE GUINEAS. SPECIALLY NOTE that J. W. BENSON is the oiiiy Maker of u Three-Quarter Plate English Watch for Eb L)s, and that our Patent I,U(igate, ciiiiiot be lmd through, or of any Watchmaker in the Kingdom. Any iiitriu^ement of the Patent Rights will be proceeded against. A Book explaining the advantages of this Watch over the Full Piate English Watches sold by all other makers, will be sent Post Free on appli cation, to J. W. B E N s 0 WATCHMAKER TO H.M. THE QUEEN, THE STEAM FACTORY, 62 AND 64, LUDGATE-HILL, E.C., AND 25, OLD BOND-STREET, W., LONDON. Illustrated Pamphlets of Watches froin;C2 to;2500, Gold and Silver Jewellery, Clocks (House, Chime, and Turret), and Musical Boxes, free on application, SLUE ASSOCIATIONS.—FOREMEN, SECRETARIES of FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, AGENTS, and others will find their incomes considerably increased by establishing Clubs for the New Patent "Ludgate" Watch, as it is worth from £5 to i;10 more than any English Watch sold, and therefore bound to supersede all others in the market. 11963 72776 253e SEWING MA C H I N E S SEWING -LTX MACHINES Why buy through Canvassers, when you can order the JMPROVED SINGER and WHEELER A WILSON SEWING MACHINES direct from H JONKER, PENARTH, and effecta saving of 38 in the 2, as the following prices will conclusively show- IMPROVED SINGER HAND MACHINE, S3 3s; usual price B4 4s- less 10 per cent. Same with Handsome Box, jB5 15s usual price, jM 19s —less 10 per cent. FAMILY TREADLE, jM usual price, S5 5s-leas 10 per cent. Same with Handsome Box, £ 4 10s; usual price, £ 6— less 10 per cent. TAILORING MACHINE, £ 4 17s 6d; usual price £6 10s—less 10 per cent. Same with Handsome Box, S5 10s usual price, 27 7a -less 10 per cent. Each machine beautifully finished, provided with patent self winder, attachments and all the latest improvements, and guaranteed to be in perfect working order. NOTE THE ADDRESS— H. JONKER, PENARTH, near Cardiff. 696 Trade Specially Supplied. 40, BRIDGE-STREET, CARDIFF. C. JpOLLICK, 'PAWNBROKER. MOST MONEY LENT ON GOLD AND SILVER VALUABLES. OVER S2 AT THE RATE OF 4D IN THE POUND.E)(CEEDING £10 AT A LESSER INTEREST. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES AND DIAMOND RINGS VERY CHEAP. SPECIAL LOTS OF GOLD WEDDING RINGS AND KEEPERS. 287e-7349 A FACT WORTH KNOWING. BEECHAM'S PILLS Are admitted by thousands to be worth above a GUINEA a BOX for bilious and nervous disorders, such as wind pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fullness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heat, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, and blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nervous ana trembling sensations, &c., &c. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, andthev will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For Females of all ages these Pills are invaluable. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal Beecham's Pills for removing; any obstructions or irregularity of the system. If taken ac. cording to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all dis- orders of the Liver, they act like MAGIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in che human machine. The) strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long- lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action, with the ROSE-BUD of health the 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. Theyhavethe largest sale of any patent medicine in the world. Prepared only by the Proprietor, T. BEECHAM Chemist, St. Helen's, Lancashire, in Boxes at lsl^daard 2s 9d each. Sold by all Patent Medicine Dealers in the United Kingdom. Full directions ue-gifeii vritb eaah box. 72^90. HBushwss JUi&rssses. E. N EWBY, GENERAL ENGRAVERr jyE jglNKER, JQETTER 0 UTTER, &e. 115, COWBRIDGE-ROAD. WORKS; 5, ROYAL ARCADE, BRANCH 175, BUTE-ROAD, c ARDIFF, BRASS WINDOW PLATES, flat, half-round, or O.G., engraved, fitted, and fixed come plete. BRASS DOOR, DOOR POST, OFFICE, and FINGER PLATES, of any shape or design, fitted and fixed complete. BRASS MONUMENTAL, MEMORIAL, and INSCRIPTION PLATES to order. COFFIN PLATES, &c., engraved for the trade. INITIALS, MONOGRAMS, CRESTS, &c., on plate. Especial arrangements have been made to meet the requirements of jewellers, ironmongers, and the trade generally. ZINC or COPPER STENCIL PLATES fat marking sacks, boxes, &c. BRASS LETTERS for pattern makers, en- gineers, &c. BRASS LABELS for patentees, ironmongers, 4c. TRADE MARKS AND FAC SIMILE HAND STAMPS. WAX SEALS FOR WINE MERCHANTS, CHEMISTS, &c., BRASS CHECKS for Clubs. Bowline Greens. Concert Halls, &c., BURN MARKS and BRANDING IRONS, STEEL NAME, LETTER and FIGURE PUNCHES. WORKMEN'S TIME CHECKS. WOOD LETTERS, LINES and BLOCKS of Every Description cut for the trade. Sketches and Estimates on Application, NOTE THE ADDRESS 5, ROYAL A RCADII (St. Mary-street end), CARDIFF. 4. wr rpHE FOUNDATION PRINCIPLE OF ^7' J>RICE & gONS, Busine-s is that CUSTOM IS DRAWN BY THE MAGNET OF Varimtt AND VALUE." They are now showing considerable accessions of NOW Fresh, and Attractive Stock in GENTLEMEN'S AND JUVENILES' READY-MADE CLOTHING, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, AND HOSIERY, At Prices that have never been Lower from MiBsfM* turers' Hands. ADDRESS :— THE CARDIFF HOUSE, 60 & 51, ST. MARY-STREET, & 46 A 47, CAROLINI 23 STREET, CARDIFF. ill" R, J IIEATH AND SO. 12, .CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFF, Have now on view the largest Stock of High-cfatft p IANOFORTES, t QRGANS, AND JJARMONIUMS, IN SOUTH WALES, Which they are offering at a LARGE DISCOUNT FOR CASH and on the three yean' system, from 10s 64 per rvtflfc Pianos, from 10 guineas. Illustrated Catalogues Post Free POSITIVE REMEDIES. Consult the Book of Positive Remedies or the One d all Diseases. GRATIS.-Sent by Post to all parts of he World am receipt of Two Stamps to prepay posture. A POSITIVE CURE FOR DEBILITIES AND DERANGEMENTS OF THE GENK&A* TIVE AND NERVOUS SYSTEM, NERVOUS DB- BILITY AND EXHAUSTION, THE RESULT OF OVER-TAXED ENERGIES IS GIVEN IN XHK BOOK OF "POSITIVE REMEDIES. This Sot* gives a POSITIVE REMEDY for all DLSKASKSV The Names of all Medicines are given in EoeUsh. Cases and Testimonials, with means used in SWAI Owe. IT IS A GUIDE TO TR* -BYALF-TBAKTKWT OF ALL DISEASES, and should be Consulted by all who- re quire medical treatment. NOTICE.—THE POSI TIVE MEDICINES GIVEN IN THE BOOK O 'POSITIVE REMEDIES' ARE THE MEDICINE USED BY DR. SMI 1. FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS. By the aid of t&is Book Invalids may form a correct knowledge of their malady, and find a Positive Remedy for the Cure. The names are pnb- lished in English, to enable Invalids to select the remedy and Cure Themselves without consulting; a medical man, making a written statement of case, or paying consultation fees. Send Two Stamps for the BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES, which contains 244 pages, and gives a cure for all diseases. Post free on receipt of Two Stamps direct from 716 H. <fe H. SMITH & CO. 130 POSITIVE REMEDY LABORATORY, 26. SOUTHAMPTON.ROW. LONDON. W.C INJECTION DAY.-An INFALLIBLE JL REMEDY and certain cure for all Discharges from the Urinary Organs in either sex, whether acquired or constitutional, reoent or chronic; cures in a few days without medicines. Sold in bottles. 2s 6d each, by all chemists. London agents, F. Newbury and Sons, 1. King Edward-street, E.C. Agents for Cardiff, J. Munday, Chemist, 1 High-street; and all Chemists; Oe "VTERVOUSNESS, LOSS of ENERGY^ i.1 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 F,sG.. Chis;wick. Middlesex 212 BOROUGH OF NEWPORT WILLIAM WILLIAMS, 12 Lower Merchant- street, behind the Town-hall Corporation bill-poster and crier. Repr sthe principal hoardings and stations in Newport a.2d Neighbourhood. Two good bill. posters kept Work attended to with quick deraatobj Town and country.^ Old euahUabed—^nore soaa i, .quarter of aeentury^ 80B^K)liv>>