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HIRWAIN. Sale of Glancynon Inn and "Dwelling House adjoining. j The Sale of the above Property, advertised to take place on the 30th June instant, is p o S T POWED Until further notice. T. WHITBUN JONES, Auctioneer. 17th June,'1879. ri O LET,—A GOOD GROCERY SHOP- X Plate Glass Front -/convenient dwelling house attached. Fixtures in shop complete- < for which no payment ill be required, .No. 90 Ccti iifJ road, Aberkmajf, Aberdare. —Immediate possession rent numerate. Apply to t THOMAS JOHN PEARCE, J Cefn, Merthyr. I -0 Hutchinson & Tayleure's Grand CIRCUS TROUPE. Aberdare^. Monday and Tuesday, June 23rd -ML# 2:4.tih. The HanclwiiWo Trained Slug of TSO^UGIT- BRED HORSES Zebras, Mules, Diminutive Ponies, 'J rained Goats, Monkeys, Dogs, &c. Engaged at an enormous expense—The Marvls of the World-The AERIAL GYMNAST, LENU, accompanied by the FLYING LADY, MATHILDE AN EXCITING EPISODE OF T H E W A R, OR BRITISH BULLDOGS IN ZULULAND. The Evenifv^s^ntertainment will conclude with the unpaialleled representation by MAN and HOR^E, TURPIN'S HIDE TO YOHK, OK THE DEATH OF BONNY BLACK BESS. The Gorgeous Street PROCESSION At One p.m., with New Costly Appointments, New Wardrobe, New Devices, New Banners, being a correct reproduction of the Venetian Carnival. TWO GBAND PERFORMANCES DAILY at HALb-PASr TWO o clock ill the Afternoon, and at HALF-PAST SEVEN, with an entire- Change from the Afternoon's Programme. Reserved Seats (splendidly fitted up and Caipeted), 3s. Boxes, 2s. Second Class, Is. Third Class (Seated), 6d 20,000 y PHOTOGRA as. Statuary, Pictare, l^'ortrjiU Scraps, sent for selec- tion. Catalouge^ Free.—P. Mitchell & Co, Sydenham, London, S.E. Messrs. H, W. Harris and Son, AUCTIONEERS, Accountants, Valuers, House, Estate, Land and Insurauce Agents, New Auctio t Mart, Court-street. Merthyr Tydfil, beg to inform the Public that all matters entrusted to their care will be punctually, promptly, and carefully attended to. Life, Fire, Plate Glass, and Accidental In- surances effected with the best offices, an don the lowest terms. Messrs. Harris and Son announce that they hold Periodical Sales by Auction at the above Mart, where articles of Furniture and other Goods may now be received for the next Sale. Merthyr Tydfil, Wednesday, June 25th, 1879. Special Clearance Sale of Exceedingly FINE AND CHOICE WINES, By order of Messrs. J. F. limms & Co., In),- porters; Tower Hill Vaults, Tower Hill, London. To Hotel Keepers, Gentlemen, and Private Buyers. MESSRS H. W. HARRIS & SON beg to announce, in pursuance of instructions from the above Firm, they will Sell by Auction at their Auction Mart, Court street Chambers, Merthyr Tydtil, on Wednesday, June 25th, 1879, commencing punctually at 2 o'clock, a Consignment of about 700 dozen choice bottled WINES, comprising 200 dozen Very Fine Old Ports Shipped by Omerod, Taylor, Martinez Gassiot & Co., Forrester, Cockburn, Kopes, and Silva. 300 dozen Choicest Sherry, consisting of Dry, Pale, Gold and Brown, Amoroso, Dinner, Vino de Pasto, Amontillado, East India, Manzanilla, Shipped by Duff Gordon, Gonzalez, Mackenzie. Byass, Cosen, &c. 20 dozen CossartGordon's Madeira. toOdozenofhigh class Clarets, including Medoc, Chateau Latour, Cha- teau Margaux, Chateau Brane, Cantenac (2nd growth, bottled at the Chateau), Chateau La- grauge, Larose, St. Estophe. &c. Sparkling Champagne. Le Grand Monarth, Carte Blanche, &c. 50 Doz. Sparkling Hock, Moselle, and Burgundy, and 130 Doz. Still Hocks. 14 Oc- taves and Quarter Casks fine matured Port and Sherry, duty paid. the Auctioneers can with confidence invite the attention of connoisseurs to this important sale, as the consignment is entrusted to them for absolute realisation in consequence of the present depressed state of the Wine Trade. For Catalogues and additional information, apply to the Auctioneers at their offices, Court Street Chambers, M erthyr Tydtil. N.B. — Sample Bottles may be had prior to the Sale, charged at the same rate the Wine realises under the hammer. Dated June 12, 1879. Auction Mart, Merthyr Tydfil. THE LONDON JOURN VL is the Queen o English story journals. Its articles, romances, love stories and novelettes are un quailed. The Answers to Correspondents firm quiet roasances of real life.— Th best family journal an existence "—' Its ,1Iu-trahons t'qu..1 those of the best mag,zines.See Timet, Review, kc. LONDON JOURNAL. WEEKLY. One Penny. 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Price 2d the Donate Number. «;ontaining a connected series of Stories for Christina- F1fesies, with.. ho-t of seasonable Articles, Short Tales, Poetry, Scraps, Facts and Fancies, ke. The Half-yearly Volume -I,. 6d., cloth, forms a beautiful Gilt-book for all :;e""on9. Advertisements on the Coter" of Montllly Part, Monthly Supplement, Holiday Douóle Number, and L'hrixtmas Doable Number All having enormous Family Circulation, so im- mediately Valublt to Advertisers.—Apply to MATHER & Co 71, Fleet Street. The largest Circul ition abroad and at home. OSee 332, Strand, and at all Bookstalls and Railways ABERDARE. MR. JOHN MORGAN Has been instructed to offer for Sale by PUBLIC AICTIO^, At the Queen's Hotel, Aberdare, On T//UHSDA Y, the 3rd day af IULY, 1879, At 7 o'clock in the Evening precisely, "l"HE following valuable FREEHOLD and 1 LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES —LOT I—All that Messuage; or Dwelling. House and Shop situate and being No. 54, High Street, Aberdare aforesaid, ancy adjoining The Farmers' Arms, with the B^fli Kitchen, stable, and workshop behind, ancL^right of way from the basement over the area^nto the yard. This property is held/for the residue of 99 years from 1st of August/1873, and will be sold subject to au apportioned ground rent of £ 4-los. Od, x LOT 2.-All that MESSUAGE or DWELL- ING HOUSE 4ndJ??HOP, situate and being No. } 8, Canon-stf«j(t, Aberdare, with the Bake- house and Store Room behind and the right of way through the passage adjoining the Carpenters' Arms, in the ooccupation of Mr John Prothcroe. This property is held for the residue of 99 years from 26th March, 1S54, and will be sold nubjpc-t to the apportioned ground rtmt of £2 Is. tilt It is let to Vlr Protheroe for 21 years from the first June, 1874, at the yearly rent 3f £3.1 LOT 3—All that FREEHOLD BEER HOUSE, called The Bush," situate and being N'o. 71, Mill. street, Trecynon, Aberdare, in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Hughe.s as a yearly tenant, at a rent ot £20. This house was until recently let at £38 per annum. These properties are situate in the best streets in Aberdare, and offer a rare opportunity to persons wishing to invest fheir savings upon business premises of an improving character. Arrangements may be made for leaving part of the purchase money of any lot on Mortgage of the same. ui ther particulars may be obtained on ap- .,ÜŒt!On to the AUCTIONEER, at No 23, i oke Street, Aberdare, or to Mr. H. P.! L; -> solicitor, Aberdare. AJtijdure, June 17th, 1879. FOR S A L E ] rl"WO HOUSES in GLYNGWYN STREET, I Mountain.,Ash, being Nos. 52 and 53. For particulars apply at the CARDIFF CASTLE, A berdare. V GENTS "WANTEp to Sell LUBRICATING OILS. Commission 10 to 15 per cent. IJI TA, iSidmouth Lodge, Park Road, Hichmond, -S.-W-. GREAT WESTEBN-EAILWAY. EXCURSION TO SEA SIDE. On MON- JCj DAY, JUNE 30th, a CHHAP EXCURSION 1 RAIN for SWANSEA, wdl leave Pontypool Road at 8.10 a.m. Poiitypool Town 8.18, Crumlin 8.35, Tredegar Junction 8.43, Eiiyinney Junction/'8 50, Llancaiach 9.0, Quaker's Yard 9/iO, Mountain Ash 9.20, Aberdare 9.30, Merthyr 9.10, Abernant 9.22, Llwydcoed 9 28, Hirwain 9.45, Glyn Neath 10.5, Resolven 10 14, and Aberdylais 10.24a.m., re- turning same day, See special bills J. GKIERSON, General Manager.

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