BIRTH. June 3rd, the wife of Mr D. Williams, draper, Compton House, Aberdare, of a son.
MONTHLY MARKET AND FAIR.—The second monthly market and fair will take place at the Aberdare Market-place on Tuesday next, when it is expected there will be a good show of stock of various kinds. FUNERAL -On Tuesday, the remains of Miss Saunders, aged 21, daughter of a former minister of Bethania, but now stationed at Pelicoed, near Bridgend, were interred in the ce.aetery. lhe funeral procession consisted of at least 150 persons, all of whom were dressed in black. There were a large number of ministers, both Church and Nonconformist, in the procession these came from all parts of the district, the bereaved father being widely known and esteemed. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—Mr R. H. Rhys pre- side over the weekly meeting of this board on Saturday, Mr Biicham, Locti Govern- ment hoard inspector, b.iug present. A I repoit was read from the Committee oi Lhe i Abtti uure Training School, stating taut it ad been resolved that Catholic priests and clergy- men of the Church of England visit the school with the view of giving relig.nis instruction to I I r, the children every Wednesday at five o'clock. — The Chairman moved the adoption of the report, which was carried, he explaini ig that it was to treat all children alike, to whatever denom- ination they belonged.-Tha Clerk read a letter from the Merthyr School Board, which had held its meeting in that room on the previous day, which stated that inasmuch as the guardians had now appointed a committee of themselves, in accordance with Section 10 of the Elementary Education Aot, 187o, to meet on the lst Wednesday in each month, for the examination of ail applications f'r the payment of school fees of children of indigent persons, that the school board should remit all such cases to the coi sidoration of the guardians.— The Clerk said this was a matter entirely with- in thuir province, but the school board was simply soirking the wo.k from their own to tLe guardians.—Tiie Chairman said that ever siuoe he had presidel at the Aberdare School Buard, they had nevei remitted any sciiool fees, and explained that in all cases whare 2s 61 p)1' head was not coming into a house, the foes wore reu.ittod. The matter Was a very simple one.—Mr Bircham put some qu istions to taa Relieving-officer J Morgan, in co miction with au application of Mrs Johanna Cotter for two children, Jane and Wiiliam Gi to bereinov ed from the Aberdare School to the itoman Catholic Scnool at Treforest It was elicited that the relatives of the children had never beiore taken the trouble to inquire about them, and ha,l showu no iutJrelSt whatever about their welfare Vlr Bircharu said that, under the circumstances, he did not see there was ay necessity to remove the children from Aborda-e. and he would send a recommendation to tuat effect to the Local Government Board. -The Chairman observed that the Catholic priest visited the children at the school every Wednes day for the purpose of giving them religious instruction. The children themselves were adverse to being sent away, and even Father Hauielin said it was a pity to do so, as the Roman Catholics had no school where industrial training was given. Lord Aberdare accom- panied by Mr Rutzen, had inspected the school, and was delighted with it. Mrs George William Elliott had also visited the school, ani was equally pleased she was going to give a treat to the children.—The printed abstract of accounts, and list of paupers, was presented at the meetiug, showing tUat the total receipts for the last half year had been £ 15,120 16s 6d, exclusive of balances, flu expense, also exclu sive of balances, had been £ 17*334 5s 3d, show- ing au increase of £ 1,786 14s 5d upon common charges, of £18 18s 8d for payment of fees of non-pauper children, and an increase in the county rates of £ 880 14s 5d. The number of in-door and out-door paupers showed an increase of 220, principally women and children relieved out door. There were 97 vagrants relieved, a decrease of three. The average weekly cost per head for food, clothing, and necessaries in the warkhouse was a trifle over 4s ot, as compared with 4s lid in the corres- 2 ponding half of last year, and in Abordare school 4s 6td, as compared with 3s 10yd.—The board then proceeded with some formal busi- ness. A FERNDALE BIGAMIST,-At Pontypridd police-court, on Wedne.doy, before Mr Gwilym Williams (stipendiary), John Willacombe, labourer, Ferndale, was charged with marrying Mary Thomas, his first wife, Sarah, being still alive. It appeared from the evidence that prisoner had married Sarah some years ago at Chepstow, had then left her, and subsequently married Mary at Ystrad Church, the Hev. Mr Morgan officiating. He then apparently re presented himself to be a bachelor," but later on Mary discovered th it he had before been married. She had consequently declined to live with him any longer, and the present proceed- ings were instituted. When taxed with the offence by the police, prisoner had replied that hii former "better-half" had voluntarily broken tne matrimonial ties. His worship committed pris mer, a young man, for trial at the assizes, bail being accepted. 1-
BAZAAR AND FANCY FAIR AT THE TEMPERANCE HALL. An event of much interest to the friends con- nected with the Tabernacle Congregational Church, in this town, took place on Tuesday last, viz., the opening of the Bazaar and Fancy Fair, which had beeu got up with the view of defraying the debt on the building, amounting to over jEoOJ. The church in question has been labouring under many disadvantages for some time, having been deprived of their late pastor, and put to other expenses in the shape of renovating the building, &c., so.that it was felt that a special effort was needed to get rid of the liabilities incurred. We are pleased to see that the matter has been very warmly taken up by the ladies and other members of the congrega- tion, as was evidenced by the splendid and varied display of goods exhibited at the various stalls on the opening day, and which reflected credit upon all concerned. The bazaar was got up under the distinguished patronage of the Right Hon. Lord Aberdare, the borough mem- bers, and many of the leading inhabitants of the district. The interior of the hall, which can hardly be said to be well adapted to the holding of a bazaar, presented a pleasing appearance, the decorations of the various stalls and the rest of the bui lding with flowers, flags, &c.. being carried out with considerable taste. The space allotted to the public was, however, very limit- ed, and at times considerable inconvenience was experienced by the numerous visitors owing to the crowded state of the hall. Amongst the special presents to the bazaar we noticed a well executed landscape painting in oil, 30 by 40 in., presented by lvlr |J. C. Fairbairn, Canoo-street, the subject being Tai'r Merchod," and entrance gates to Sguborwen House. The picture was purchased by Mrs Thomas, of Sguborwen. Mr Isaac Thomas, heymour-street, presented a cradle with musical box ill the head, valued at C4 4s. Gifts of very choice flowers wore made by Lady Aberdare, Mrs Thomas, Sguborwen J. Lewis, Esq ,J.P., I'lasdraw; N. Bird,Esq .ofCowbridge; Mrs Gregor, the Misses Hhya. Plasnewyd,t, &c. Each stall contained a large number of valuable and eostly articles, the samples of needlework being particularly worthy of notice. There were four stalls, as well as one for refreshments and another for flowers. The ladies who presided at the stalls wore: vJ iss Tegwedd Jones (Aberdare Times Office,) Mrs Jones (Gas Office,) Mrs Richards (lirynhyfryd,) and Mrs Field (Montague-terrace.) No. 2, Mrs Johns (Cardiff-street,) Mrs Lynch (Station-street,) and the Misses Johns (Clifton-street.) No. j, Miss Lewis (Commercial-place,) Miss Morgan (Clive Cottage,) and the Misses Richards (Canon-street.) No. 4. (Sunday School stall), Miss I'homis (Cardiff-street). Mrs Nicholls (Town Board School), Mrs Morris (Montague-Terrace), and Mrs Williams (Aber- nant Board school; The refreshment stall was provided by vlrs Rowlands (Duke-street) and she was assisted by Miss Rowlands, vliss Lewis, aud Miss • Price, Merthyr. The flower stall was presided over by Mrs Howell, assisted by Mrs J. Jones (Montague terrace), and Miss .Jennie Richards (Canon-s treet), but many other ladies and gentlemen contribut- ed much to the success of the bazaar. The opening ceremouy took place at 2 o'clock in the atternoon. in the presence of a numerous assemblage. assemblage. Mr J. Johns, Cardiff-street, said it was known to them all, from what they had seen on the placards, that Wr.lames Lewis, Plasdraw, had promised to open the Bazaar, but unfortu, nately he had been obliged tojgo to London and was unable to be present to deal with the matter. He had hoped, however, that Mr Lewis would have been able to return in time, but a telegram had been received from him stating that it would be impossible. Under the circumstances Mr Henry Lewis and himself had asked Dr Jones to take Mr Lewis's place. (Applause ) That gentleman very readily and very kindly promised to do so, and his presence there was a proof of that. Dr Jones was generally kind, and he was extremely pleased in introducing the doctor as a substitute for Mr Lewis. Mr Lewis would be glad to know that Dr Jones had undertaken the duty and that the cause would not suffer (Hear, hear.) Dr. Jones, who was very cordially received, said no one regretted more than himself the absence of Mr James Lewis, who, had he been there that day, woul,l have done honour to the occasion. (Applause.) He (Dr. Jones) was afraid he did not quite promise to take Mr Lewis's place so readily as Mr Johns expressed himself. He folt that he had but little time to spare, and ever since he had been spoken to ou the subject he had been much engaged. He was, however, very pleased to be of service to his friends at the Tabernacle. ( applause.) He did not know that he had ever attended tne opening of a bazaar, and consequently hardly knew what to say on such &<i occasion. It was evident to all that a large amount of useful and beautiful articles had been brought together that day and he hoped they would meet with a ready sale. (Hear, hear.) Coming to the busiuess of the day, he had been informed that the Tabernacle congregation were in debt to the tune of jEoOO, and they were asked to assist ill endeavouring to get rid of the burden. Now they had a new minister, Mr Howell, by clearing the debt it would be giving the friends a new start. He i believed thatall had come there with the intention of spending as much money as they could spare, and, by putting their shoulders to the wheel, he believed they would get them out of debt. The times were agaiust them and they had had great difficulties to coutend with. They had a very able minister in the late Mr Farr; but, fur"t.vo or three years they had b,1eu labouring uuder great disadvantages, aud he hoped, now Mr Howell had come among them, the ch tpel would be freed from debt. With those low remarks he begged to declare the Baz ;ar opeu. (Applause.) The Rev. R. T. Howell said the duty devolv- ing upon him was a very pleasing one—that of according to Dr. Jones a hearty vote of thanks for his kindness in coming forward to open the bazaar. Sometimes those votes of thanks were very flattering. They did not thank the suu for g ving light, for it was the nature of the sun to give light; but, looking upon Dr. Joies, who was always ready to. do good, they could not help regarding it as a very kind act on his part, and unler the circumstances they were doubly grateful to him. The first thing olle of the patrons said on entering tiin room was, I have cime here to hear the doct 11"3 opening speech." He afterwards saw the ge itlein^n alluded to lay a piece of coin 011 one of the tables, so that already some good hid b ion done by Dr. Jones, He begged to move that the thanks of the meet- ing be given to him. (Applause.) r ilaory Lewis seconded tho proposition and it wa3 very cordially responded to. Dr Jones briefly replied and the business of the day was afterwards proeeeded with. On the opening day, the Volunteer band, under the leadership of Mr B. Morris, was in attendance in the evening and played a select on of music very efficieutly Vliss Lloyd (Gwladgaripr,) Mrs L M Jones. Cwrnbach, and Mr J. Price (Dare Villas) took part in the musical portion of the proceedings. 0-1 Wed- nesday the Aberdare Orchestral Society per- formed a selection of music to the delight of all present, and an United Choir also sang a number of glees very effectively. The latter choir also attended on Thursday and took a prominent part in the proceedings, under the leadership of Mr Henry Griffiths. We are pleased to hear the bazaar has been successful in a pecuniary sense, E200 having been taken during the first two days. There was also a good attendauce on Thursday, 80 there is every probability that the total receipts will reach a good round sum.
ABERDARE POLICE COURT. TUESDAY—(Before J. Bishop, R. 11. Rhys, and D. P. Duoies, Esqrs.) INEBRIATES.—Thomas Caball. charged by P.O. Phillips, with being drunk and riotous, was fined 5s and costs, or seven days.—Josiah Brown was charged by P.O. Hughes with being drunk and knocking up against people in High street. Fined in 'a like amount. Patrick Phelan, for being drunk in Commercial-place, on Saturday night, the 28th ult., was similarly dealt with. BALL PLAYING.—Evan John and Lewis Brown were charged by P.C. Cross with playing ball at the pine end of the Castle Inn, Cwmdare The offence having been proved, they were each fined Is and costs. ANOTHER MOUNTAIN ASH LAD IN TROUBLE. -John Arthur Huberts, 14, a doorboy, was charged with stealing a basin and Is 4d, of the value altogether of Is 6d, on the 5th inst, the property of Mary Davies, 15, Cardiff-street, Mountain Ash. Complaiuant stated that she was a widow and kept a green grocer's shop. About half-past 5, on Monday, she had a basin containing money, about:2s, on a shelf at the back of her shop, sixpence in silver and the rest in coppers. In consequence of something she was told she looked for the basin and money, but found it was gone. William Thomas Jones, a lodger, said he heard a woman say something to Mrs Davies, and he ran after prisoner about 300 yards along the canal bank and caught him near the Duffryn Colliery Asked prisoner if he was the boy that took the basin and money from Mrs Davis's, and he said Yes." Prisoner handed him teupence in coppers, stating that that was all he took; that he had thrown the basin into the caual. Prisoner pleaded guilty." His Worship said it was evident the prisoner had been badly brought up, another brother having only re- cently been convicted of stealing a bottle of giuger beer. As the boy could not be whipped, he would be fined heavily. A fine of jEl includ- ing costs was imposed, or fourteen days in default. STEALING A WHIP.—John Worthington, 14, and Thomas Davies, a haulier, of full age, were charged with stealing a whip, value 5s 6d, the property of Chas Sadler, china dealer, Cardiff- street. The prosecutor wished to withdraw the case, on account of Worthington's youth, but the bench decided to go on with it. Prosecutor then stated that he had put his horse and cart into the A-berdare Market-house, and about an hour afterwards missed the whip. P.C. W. Johns spoke to apprehending the two prisoners the previous evening, when upon being con fronted, t hey made statements reflecting upon each othar. Davies pleaded guilty, and it ap- peared that he had taken the handle of Sadler's whip and put his own thong upon it, whilst the thong of Sadler's whip he put on his own handle, ici order to disguise them. The Stipen- diary said that Davies was the bigger of the two thiev< )s, because he not ouly did not make the boy te,ke the whip back, but kept it and altered it. Worthington would be dismissed, but Davie s would be fiued 20s and costs, or 14 days' imprisonment. Mr Bishop told him if he came tbere again he would not be left off with a finn. but would have to go to prison REFUSC.VG TO QUIT.—John Jones was sum- moned for biing drunk and refusing to quit the o Ll Conway B otel, ou the 27th ult. The landlord, James We.tson, stated that defendant carne to his house at a late hour on Saturday night and asked for drink, which was refused, as he appeared < .0 have had enough He would not leave and a constable had to be sent for to turn him out. Fined 10s and costs, or four teen days. AFFILIATION. John Lewis Williams, a labourer 8.t the tin works, had an order made upon him.. at the instance of Christina Pool, to pay 2s 6d per week towards the support of his illegitima te offspring. A FAMILY -QUABBLE. — I'M ward Burridge, UAB Phillip-st eet, Mountain Ash. was summoned for assau .ting tiary Ann R'ssnr a neighbour. Complainant alleged that on Monday week her husband und the defendant were fighting with each othejr, and whilst attempting to separate them she was struck down by defendant and kicked ou the ground. Witnesses were called on both si des, but the Bench did not consider the offerici fully proved, and thought the justice of the cas i would be met by defendant paying 6s includi ag costs, and complainant would have to pay a a imilar amount by way ot costs. ASSAUX-T UP N A YOUNG WOMAN.—David Mathias, a youn^ fellow, was charged with assaulting Mary Williams in Market-street, on the 1st in; ^t. Complainant stated that she was going up the street arm in arm with her com- panion..Mary Matthews, when defendant caught ho Id of the latter and said, "If you don't wait to talk with me, 111 knock your teeth dowj 1 your throat." (complainant) said If t ie does he shall suffer for it." De- fendant said, What do you w Int to talk?" struck he: I' a blow iu the mouth and afterwards abused ha: r until her arms were black. Mary Mathews having corroborated complainant's statement, defendant was fined 10s and costs, or fourteen (Kays in default.
NOTHING NEW." There's no flower but has been supp'd By some passing Bee. There's no nectar but has beau cupp'd By other than me. There's no beauty but has been seen By amorous eyes. There's no wit or coquette, I ween Who's heard but one's sighs. There's no eye so clear with love's light Though ever so clear There's no heart be it ever so light But has objects dear. A single eye and single heart Are both strangely rare; If found their beauties depart, Or, are kill'd with care. But, why the unwillingness to share The pleasures and p tin ? What matter if others have there Been reaping the grain ? Time flies, and our life's but a span, We buy things and sell; So. lot's reap all the fruit that we can, All's well than euds well." If others have plucked aud have cleaned, By now they h ive ned If others have thought, said, and gleaned, There's more to be said. Then let's sup the cup of pleasure The way of the.wise Let's gather to hand the treasure And nothing despise. The field is wide, and thought is new, The others are old. If turn'd be li P nd, turn anew, And pick out the gold. Some luxurious grapes have been prest, By studious minds The last is richer than the rest, ) Better those behind. Though sweets have been taken away. o The world is all rife Tho beauties and wooers of day— Light and love have life. The vales are deck'd with vernal sheen All nature is gay, Heaven and earth to-day are seen In brightest array. On the wing like amorous Hee Let's sip the flowers, I Taking what's left, thus we'll sr. And reach new bowers low BACH.
VALE OF NEATH RAILW DOWN. Week dajs So (i m. A. in. p. to. p. m.ip. m. Quaker's Yd Jc. 9 46 3 6jfi 56 9 Mountain Ash 9 55 3 15 7 5 It Aberdare ,.8 5 10 7 3 26 7 16 1< Merthyr 7 45 9 50 1220:3 10 6 55 9 Abernant 1 56 10 o 1231|3 20 7 6 0 Llwydcoed ..8 110 5 123613 24 7 11 9 Hirwain dep. 8 19 10 2] 1241 (3 39!7 30 l< Glyn Ne ith 8 37 10 38 1 2 3 5«|7 47 1( Resolven 8 4fi 10 4f> 1 I2j4 4 7 55 1< Aberrlylais 8 56 10 55 1 21 4 13 8 4 1( Neath 9 10 II 3 1 32 4 21 8 13 II Llansamlet ..9 19 11 12 1 41 U 30 8 22 1! Landore 9 2'.M 1 22 1 59^ 42 3 32 1 Swansea arr. 9 35 11 27 1 57\i 47 8 37 1 UP. Week Days. Si a.m.ta. m. p. m. p ra.i m an Swansea 1 40 11 25 3 10 6 0 8 5,8 Landore 7 46 11 31 3 15 6 G8 10'8 Llansamlet 7 55 11 403 246 14 8 19:5 Neath 8 7 11 51,3 356 21; 8 3U 9 Aberdylais ..813H573466378369 Resolven 8 23 12 7 3 56 6 47 8 46tf Glyn Neath 8 3i 12 15 4 4 6 55 8 54«i Hirwain 8 5812 39 4 31 7 169 20:1 Llwydeoed 9 4 12 44 4 36 7 21 9 26 1 Abernant ..9 11 12 49 4 43 7 28 9 33 ] Merthyr .j9 22 I 0 1 55 7 40 9 45 I Aberdare .9 5 12 47 4 38 9 25 1 Mountain Ash |9 15 12 56 4 47 1 Quaker's Y'l Jc. 9 26 I 5 4 58 1
MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. CONTRACT FOR SLTPPLTRS FOR THE WORK- HOUSE. MERl'Hi'ti. AND THS ABEUDAUE iNDUSTRtAL SCHOOL. F' "HE Guirdians desire TENDERS for the Jl Supply of Sides of Beff, and Legs cut close to the rump. Murton, Pork, Biic..).. Bacon—Stretf>H cu'. Bacon-Cumberland cut. (Ail of the best quality.) Bread, Flour (plain tie), from 60 to 60 sacks. Oatmeal (Irish.) Potatoes. Bu'ter, Cheese. Milk (Merthyr Workhouse only.) Coal (in truck loads at the railway stations.) Coke, Small Coal Out-door Supplies at Merthyr, Dowlais, llirwum, Aberdare, and Mountain Ask. Beef, Mutton, and Pork. The Tend rs fur Bread, Meat, Bacon, Butter, Cheese, Mifk, Flour, Oatmeal, Potatoes, (Jwal Coke, and Small Coal, to be for Three Months viz., from June 24th, J882, to September t2nd. 1882, both inclusive. Sureties to be named iu Tender. Samples where practicable. All goods to be delivered at the W orkhouie, or at the Aberdare Training School, at the option of the Guardians. Payments quarterly, but Bakers, Butchers, and tiroeers may draw on account once in the middle uf the quarter. Tenders to be sent in on or before SATURDAY, June 17th, 1882, in the Forms to be bad on application to the Masttr at the Workhouse, or to the Superintendent at the Aberdare Industrial School, who wiH furnish all other particulars. The Guardians do not bind themilelves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Tenders, unless received on SATURDAY, June 17th, 1882, at Ten a.m., will not be opened. By order, FRANK JAMES,Clerk. High-street, Merthyr, June 3rd, 1882. No goods to be supplied, or work done for the Workhouae or the Industrial School without a Writtea Order, signed by the Clerk. All accounti for the June quarter to b.. made up to June 23rd, and sent into the Master by that day. CARDIFF. IMPORTANT SALE. GREAT UNRESERVED SALE OF TIMBER At the Bath and West of Eaglan&&ow Yard. Mr. H. A. Has been favoured with instructions from the Contractors, TO SELL BY AUCTION, ON THE OHOUND, ON WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, June 21st & 22q4, and. TUESDAY June 27th, Commoncinâ Each .Day at 12 o'clock to the 1 minute, the BUILt)Isfe MATERIALS, Used in the Erection of the SHOW YABD, comprising about 600,000 Feet Prime Dry Flooring Boards, 800,000 Feet Scantlings of all Sizes, 400,000 Feet Deals and Battens, Large quantities of Log Timber, Roofing Felts, Tons of i) hewooii, &C. &C. Catalogues may be had a few days previous to the Sale, at the Contractors' Offices in the Show Yard, or the Auctioneer's Offices, 9, Dorchester Stieetx Bath. Bath, May 29th, 1882. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are reqatf&l for the NEW CHURCH at Abera&ao, near Aberdare. For,further parti ula apply either to Mr. J. Non. Aberaman Wdrbtff or to E. H. L BARKER., Esq., Architect, 1. P ce Yard, Hereford. SEEDS: SEEDS! SEEDS 1 T. 1VHITTY EVANS BEGS to inform the Public that he has just received an entirely NEW STOCK of all Jciods of GARDEN SEEDS from the best London ♦Uiwwers, viz., Giant Musselburgh Leek, Lon- fteri Flag Leek,White Globe Onion, Tripoli ditto, White Spanish ditto, Blood Red ditto*-Taylor's fipead Windsor Beens, Green Wprasor ditto, Long Pod ditto, Champion of England Peas, Daniel O'Rorude ditto, Dwarf'Peas, Lettuce, madish, Extra Curled Parsley Mustard. Cress, Parsnips, Carrots, Turnips,Savoys, Broccoli, Couliflower, Celery, Cucumber, Wheeler's Im- perial Cabbage, Sutton's jOhampion purple top Swede, Mangolds' Shallots, Potatoe Onions. Scarlet Rannirs, American White Seeded Runners, Dwarf Runners, Superphosphate Manure, &c., &hk All kinds of GaWen Seeds at moderate prices, highly recommended by all purchasers of last aeason. An early call is respectfully solicited. NOTE THE ADDRESS:— T. WHITTY EVANS, Chemist and Seed Dealer, Commercial Street, Aberdare. FLOWER, VEGETABLE, AND FARM SEEPS. The Largest md Best Stock in Town. ALL SEEDS GUARANTEED NEW. POTATOE SEEDS in pr^ne condition, viz., ± Magnum Bonum, School Master, Ashleaf, Climax, Beauty of Hebron/American Rose. Shrubs, Spruce, Scotch Fir, Quick's Fruit Trees, Roses, on the slwrtest notice from E Williams. Nursery, Carmarthen. 4' I have examined your New Stock of Flower, Vegetable, aiad Farm Seeds, and found them in food conditio^, of fuse quality and true to name, have grown ^oup'Seeds for years and found them to ray satisfaction at all times. I can highly recommend to any gentleman.—Yours faithfully, J. WILKINSON, Head Gardner, Aber- nant House, Aberdare." NOTE THE ADDRESS :— DANIEL TUDOR WILLIAMS, SEED MERCHANT, Xedical Hall, Gadlys-road, & Whitcombe St ABERDARE. To be Sold by Private Contract, THE following desirable LEASEHOLD HOUSES and PltKMlSE^, Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8, Oxford-street, Aberdare. Nos. 6, 7, and 8, which are Private Houses, produce an annual Kei tal of 11 16s. Ode each. No. C which is a Shop, is now tet to Mr. Jpbn Thomas Lewis. Grocer, at the annual Re al of £ 13, All the above houses are sjrfjstaiitially built and ir. good repair, considerable outlay having recently been made thereon, and being in the vicinity of the Gadlys Collieries, always com- mand good tLiants. 'lhe piopeuy is htjra for the residue of a term ol 90 yeata, at annual Giound lleut of £ 4 4s. 4d. V he To suit the convenience of Purchasers, the promises will be sold either as a whol" of separ- ately ill vhifh latter case the Ground Relit will be iipjiortioned A desirable op]i »rtiiu:ty now oocurs for an artizan v.'ishing to purchase a dwelling house fur his owu residence For paJ ticulur, apply to Mr. Ihomas Evans, No. 6, (Jadlvs Terrace, or to Mr. H. Oitoa Gery, Solicit'»r, Aberdare. FOR DYEING AT HOME. CRAWSH<?W'S ci, taPacheta 1d.,2d.,8d.&6dj(ach A Sent by post for one (tamp «Rtrs. I 1 In Vfe ANYONE OANNUSiyHCM. I LiW Bibbooj, Ffeathew, Neck IOM, Drasaea, Ac., maybe made look wnal to N*. One Hinduir Packet will Dye a T/»r)v> T>ea*. f, Cruwshaw & Coif 80, Fann St, Ahlersqnte St., vJkWICdN. C.C. AND Of ALL eWEMKTt. 533 P0RTASH1 C. To Conuohsmni of Antiques, China, and Curiosity Dealers, the Gentry and others. MK. T W. EVANS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. David Hart, who is leaving the neighbourhood (Lease of Premises having expired) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC1ION", on the Premises, 11, CANON STREET, Abet dare, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 14th and 15th JUNK, 18S2, and following days, the whole of his very Anti Iue, Oak, and Beautiful FURNITURE and the Entirety of his Effects,among which will be found, tine old Oil Paintings by Rubens, Claud, Morland, Whoverman, Mullear, and other old modern masters; English En- gravings, Oleographs and Chromos; old Chelsea, Worcester, Biistol, Swansea, Majolica, Oriental, and other antique China, and superior cut Glass; brilliant Plate Pier Glasses, 70 by 50, in massive gold frames Mahogany Ward- robe, with Plate Glass Door, large size; Mahogany Dachess Dressing Tables, with large Mirrors attached, Mahogany Wash Stands, with Marble Tops, Alexandra Chest of Drawers en suite Spanish Mahogany, Arabian Bed Stead, Brass Rail Tops Bed Steads, Feather Beds, Palliasses, a very large size Cheval Glass, Plate 50 by 24, Walnut Drawing Ruorn Suite, Rose- wood Card fable, Rosewood Whatnot, a lady's fancy Work Cable, in cross grained Maple, very rare, a lady's very beautiful Work, Table, in- laid with 40,000 pieces of wood. This table was manufactuied by Mr. Hart ;/lt obtained a first-class silver medal wherever it was ex- hibited. Oak Cabiuet, beautifully carved with large Allegorical figures supporting the upper part, and the doors of the lowetf part are carved, with Baskets of Fiuit and Fl/jwera, the centre Loo Table en suite extends, and will dine 30 people, the centre Pillow is magnificently ca) ved, at the base of which are four carved Animals very fine Eugiis:i/and French Clocks, Time Piwces, and Swiss Regulators, Ornamental articles of veitu and art, Brussels Carpets and Hearth Rugs, Fenders arid Steel Fire Irons, Ivory balanced handle Krfives, about 100 ozs. of Silver, very superior electro-plated Spirit Stands, Cruet Frames,/ Spoons, Prongs and other articles, a fine JJinner Service, a do., a Worcester Breakfast Service, richly gilt and beautifully hand-painted, a do., a Caina,Dessert Service, pink and gold beautifully hand-painted, cut-glass Decanters, Ilort, Sherry, Champagne, and other Glasses, /four doz. silver handle Knives in Mahogany/Case, a large set of Ivory Chess Men, beautifully carved, a very large Magic Lantern, wita slides complete, subjects Abyssinia and ZuluiWars, a superior Iron Safe, two drawers wita duplicate keys, a small Library of Books, (among which will be found a Welsh and Latin Grammar, a Welsh and Latin Dictionary pointed in the fifteenth century, the first ccipies printed in Wales, a superior Kitchen Dresser with drawers and enclosed Cupboards, bne do. do., a Sewing Machine by Howe, and an assemblage of interesting objects, Culniary Utensils, and a variety of useful miscellaneous effects, the whole of which will be sold. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 O'CLOCK EACH DAY. The Auctioneer calls special notice to this Sale, it being one out of the common, and worthy the attention of collectors and general public. Private View on Monday and Tuesday, the 12th and 13th of June, 1832, by Catalogue only, to be obtained of the Auctioneer and on the Premises, 11, Canon Street. Offices, 14, Commercial Street, May 10th, 1882. CHARLES HARVEY, ENGINEER AND SURVEYOK, BUILDER AltO COHTRACm. C. H begs V> /inform the Owners of House and other that he is prepared to offer Tenders for PrivcXe Drainage and Buildings of all kinds; also for the Preparations of Plans and Drawings of same, on the shortest notice and at very moderate charges. Office: WEATHERALL STREET, ABERDARE. PENRHIWCEIBR, MOUNTAIN ASH. «"PHE PENRSIWCEIBR GAS and WATER X COMPANY (LIMITED) invite and are prepared to aecept TEN D-WRS for the making of a WATER TANK ocmESERVOIR and for the laying of MAINS Jnrough the whole of the Streets at Penrhiwceior. Plans and Specification may be seen and form of Tender obtained, a application to Mr Hugh Dawkin Wlliams, Trecyuon, Aberdaze, Surveyor. ^\J Sealed Tenders, prepaid and endorsed Tender for Penrhiwceibr Water Mains, &c.?' to be sent to the undersigned on or before Saturday, the 17th day of June, 1882. The Company do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. LINTON & KENS HOLE, 11, High Street, Cardiff. MONTHLY HAREEP^MD FAIR. ""pHE Lessees of tha^^berdare Market beg J. to announce thatJney have made arrange- ments for hoMing ^MONTHLY MARKET and FAIR at the jibenflare Market, to take place on the Second Tuesday in every Month. The second will be held on Tuesday, June 13th. APARTMENTS^WANTED, with use of Piano or Harmonium. State particulars, X.L. Aberdare^Tiraes Office. ACTIVE MEN", Abepdare and throughout the UNITED KINGDOM, having time to call on Shops, wilf hear of a profitable AGENCY on writing/To M., 20, High Holborn, London. NERVOUS AND PHYSICMTIJEBILITY A gentleman, having ^fled in vain every advertised remedy, has (JAcovered a simple means of self-cure. He Wili be happy to for- ward the particulars to afiy sufferer on receipt of a stamped and Directed envelope.—Address, Mr. J. T. SEwELLyMayville, Hammersmith, London, W. WANTED.—Energetio^'Men as Agents and Canvassers, gopd Commission given. Apply A. and G. Tailor, Photographers, 27, Whitcombe street, Aberdare.
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MOUNTAIN ASH LOOAL BOARD. The use ial fortnightly meeting of the above Board wan held ill the board-room, Workman's 11 all, on Monday, when there were present Messrs W. Little (chairman), J, Griffiths, D. Coleman, T. Edwards, R. Evans, W. Pritchard, o. J. N. (rray, M. Morgan, W. Morgan, and G. Jones. The min utes of the last meeting were read and coulicjmed. THE RATING OF ROYALTIES. 1 The parchment containing petition to Parlia- ment in favour of tho rating of royalties, agreed .upon at last meeting, was produced by the Clerk. Having been signed and sealed, the ,• Clerk was instracted to forward same to the senior borough member for presentation, THE ELECTRIC LIGHT. The proposed petition in favour of Mr Chamberlain's bill dealing with electric lighting companies was ordered to lay on the table, the Clerk explaining that the matter had been handed over by the Government to the Board of Trade. LOCAL REGISTRAR OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS. The Clerk intimated that ho had made in- quiries respecting the appointment of a local registrar He feared, however, there would be some difficulty in the matter, inasmuch as it would interfere with the two >fficers that were already appointed. He thought the Board had better instruct him to communicate with the Local Government Board on the subject. Mr T. Edwards -proposed, Mr D. Coleman seconded, and it was agreed, that the Clerk be instructed accordingly. MOUNTAIN ASH OVSTITUTSD A POSTAL DISTRICT. The Clerk read a letter from Mr Henry Richard, M P., enclosing a communication from the Postmaster-General relating to the change in the postal arrangements of the District Mr Richard intimated that it had been long coming, but hoped it Would prove satisfactory. The enclosure was as follows Dear Mr Richard,— With reference to the memorial which you sent to me on the 16th of March last, I am pleased to inform your that the circumstances are such as to admit of vlountain Ash being made a bead post office, as requested by the memorialists. I have accordingly given instructions for the necessary arrangements to bo carried out as soon as possible. When they are completed, the first dalivory will c nnmeuce at 7. a.m in- stead of, as now, at 8 a.m., and the district laying between Aberdare and Mountain Ash will obtain the baneSt.—Yours truly, -HESRY FAWCETT." COLLECTOR'S REPORT. A report was read from dr Lewis, the Board's collector of rates, in reference to the last rate. The total amount paid to treasurer was £ 2065 16s. THE DUTIES OF INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES. Mr T. Edwards gave notice that he would move at the next meeting that the Inspector of Nuisances bo instructs to report to the Board all matters in conuecti »n with his office. THE SLAUGHTER-HOUSE. The Chairman gave notice that at the next meeting he should move that the slaughter- house be let by public tender. LETTKR Fitog MESSRS JAMES. A letter was read from Messrs James, solicitor, Merthyr, informing the Board that they were now acting for the late Morgan Charles, instead of vlr D. Richards. THE LATE ACCIDENT IN ALLEN-STREET. A letter was rerd from Mr Thos. Williams, Deputy-coroner, in reference to the death of David J oha Prosser, through falling down some steps in Allen-street. The spot was a source of great danger to the public, especially at night, and the jury had directed him to draw the at- tention of the Board to the matter. Mr Pritchard remarked that he nearly met with an accident himself at the same spot. He proposed that the Surveyor be iustructe to re- port thereon. Mr W. Morgan seconded the proposition and it was agreed to. THE BALLOT AT LOCAL ELECTIONS. Mr J. Griffiths, in accordance with a notice, brought forward the question of adopting the ballot at local elections. He remarked that the ballot was a protection to the voter. It was in use at Parliamentary elections, and School Board elections, and why deny it to Boards of Health and Boards of Guardians? He thought it was quite as necessary at Local Board elections as at others. It would do away with the tampering with the voting papers and with a good deal of ill feeling among neighbours and friends. He considered that the substitution of the ballot for the voting papers would be very beneficial. Other boards were moving in the same direction, and he maintained that all voters should be protected in their voting. He moved That this Board send a memorial to Parliament in favour of the Ballot system being used at all Local Board elections." Mr W. Morgan seconded the motion. Mr Gray moved as an amendment That this Board do not send a memorial to Parliament." The Chairman, in seconding the amendment, said he would rather it came from some one else. He did not think Mr Griffiths had at all made out his case. When he came there and pro- posed such a motion he should show how such a system would work. Was he prepared to do away with the plurality of votes ? If that were done all voters would be placed on an equality the man who paid 2s 6d would have an equal voice with the man who paid JE400 or £500. They would thus be placing the power in the hands of persons who ha I no stake in the district, and the result would be that capitalists would be driven out of the district Before they committed themselves to anything of this kind they should be very cautious It had not been proved that the ballot had been a pro- tection to voters at Parliamentary elections, for they heard more of bribery and corruption now than before the introduction of the ballot. Mr Griffiths, no doubt, had a right to bring the matter before the Board, but he (the chairman) thought it a subject more fitted for a Debating Society. He had been accused by Mr Griffiths of not speaking in a manjy way on this question. In voting against him he should do so that day, although he should have preferred that some one else had secouded the amend- ment. Mr Griffiths thought a similai system to that adopted at School Board elections would meet the chairman's objection. If they got plenty of petitions in favour of a chauge, ways and means would no doubt be devised to meet the requirements of the case. Mr G. Jones also thought that under the Education Act the cumulative voting system met the chairman's objection. lie was of opinion that the ballot had worked satisfactorily at Parliamentary elections and had saved a great deal of animosity between neighbours and friends. Mr Edwards said he should vote for the motion; at the same time he thought there should be same provision made for the cumula- tive voting. The Chairman It ought to have been brought on now. 0 vi r G. Jones: Parliament will bring some- thing forward. 0 Mr Griffiths had nothing to say against the objections brought forward; but those objections had been met by other Boards Even the Conservatives said there was not so much danger to be feared from the ballot as they might have supposed. As an iustance of the pre-eat evil system of voting at local elections, he mentioned that after an investiga- tions at Swtnsea it was found that 300 voting papers had been filled up by a person in the absence of the voters. Tnat could not be called purity, but corruption. The Chairman: I deprecate following th:) track of oth3r Boards so much. Lit us brin"- forward matters with some sort of originality. ° The Board then divided, with the following result: For the resolution, Messrs. Griffiths, Coleman, Edwards, Evans, W. Morgan, G. Jones—6; for the amendment, the Chairman, Messrs. Gray and M. Morgan-3 neutral, Mr W. Pritchard. Mr M. Morgan explained that he voted for the amendment, inasmuch as Mr Griffiths had not tacked on to his resolution some provision for cumulative votes, therefore he could not support the resolution in its present form. He (Mr Morgan) was in favour of the ballot. The resolution was then declared carried, the Chairman remarking that be should accept the defeat with good grace. (Laughter.) LORD ABERDABE'S REPRESENTATIVE. Mr Edwards I should like to know whether Mr Griffiths now represents Lord Aberdare in any way. Mr Griffiths said that he did so whilst his lordship had no representative at the Board. Mr Edwards: What did you tell the rate- payers at the election ? Mr GrifSths Some people have been talking a good deal. I spoke the truth. Mr M. Morgan said he must protest against the carping manner in which this matter had been mentioned. He was the only represent- ative of his lordship at the Board. He might add that his lordship had no wish to maintain his seat at the Board, and that his lordship would be quite as pleased to be of any use to them outside the Board; bis time being much j taken up elsewhere he would rather retire from the Board. Mr Edwards said he only meant what he said as a little pleasantry, and did not thiuk Mr; Morgan would take it in a serious light. The Chairman The matter must end now. I do not think anybody has reason to be aggrieved. SURVFYOR'S REPORT. The following was read, most of the Surveyor's recommendations being adopted — Gentlemen,—I beg to draw your attention to my report of May 22nd, with reference to the remaining connections to be made by the board. I am of opinion that the work named would be done better and cheaper by the board employ- ing a mason and labourer, and carry it out themselves, as it is impossible to tender for it in consequence of the depths and distances not being known. I beg to report that I met Major Vaughan Lee's surveyor at Penrhiwceibr on Friday last, io reference to the main road to Penrhiwceibr. The only difficulty I see as to the board taking the road over is in reference to the footpath and kerb and channelling. I admit the board will lose the power to refuse passing plans except- ing the footpath and kerb and channelling is not shown according to the requirements of the board' but I fear a portion of the frontage to the road may never be built upon, the traffic may become such that a through footpath should be formed, the cost of which would have to be borne by the board. I beg to report I met a gentleman a few days ago on Messrs Nixon and Company's land adjoining Penrhiwceibr in. reference to cottages being erected on the east side of the new road The Hoard have provided for buildings to the rise of the new road, but seeing that it would be a greater outlay than the Board would feel justified in spending before the cottages were erected, the bottom side of the road is not provitedfor. I am of opinion that it would cost £300, as a distance of about 100 yards would have to b* tunnelled at a depth of iD to 20 feet. I would therefore recommend that for the present the Board pass plans on the cesspool system. This will not entail any hardship on the parties building, as they will not be put to any cost of dnituge until such time as the Board will determine to connect them with the main drainage scheme. 1 beg to report I have nearly completed the repairs to No. 2, Seymour-street. I bog to report I have carefully examined the public lamps since they have been brought ill, they are in a better state of repair than I expected to find. I would recommend that you give me instructions to have them repaired. which I estimate will amount to JE12. I would recommend that you give orders for six new lamps, which will cost about £5 8s and that I get tenders to lay before you at the next Board meeting for paintiug the pillars and inside of lamps. I beg to report that about 65 yards of Castle Coch gravel is required for the footpaths I would recommend you give orders that the same be ordered. I beg to lay before you the Collector's state- ment for the tolls collected on the Fair day. I bag to report on March 9th, I let the con- tract for the improvement of Cwmpennar bridge to Mr David Edwards. I have repeatedly called on Mr Edwards to complete the contract, but to no effect. I beg to lay before you the following plans, which I would recommer.d be passed. 1st showing an addition to the Co-operative Stores. No. 2, a back kitchen to No. 2, Fountain-stroet. No. 3, showing a cottage to be erected by Mr Thomas at YnysybwL-I beg to remain, gentlemen, your obedieut servant, JNO, HERBERT JENKINS. FlVER CASES. The Medical Officer reported 16 fresh cases of scarlet fever, being a decrease of 6 as compared with the previous fortnight, and 3 deaths, being a decrease of 4. 1 case of enteric fever had oc- curred at Glyngwyn-stroet, for which there did not appear to be any apparent cause. FINANCE. The finance report showed an overdraft of JE99 3s 9d on general account, aud J6601 9s 8d on sewerage account. The Board then separated.
RHONDDA VALLEY. THE SALVATION ARMY AT TREORKY FAIR.— Never in connection with any religious gather- ing in the Rhondda Valley has there been witnessed such a disgraceful rioting and con- fusion as that which took place on Sunday, near the fair ground Treorky. Monday was the day on which the great annual pleasure fair was held, when thousands of people usually attend, and there were some scores of the orthodox shows, turnabouts, and the like were on the ground, and the fair virtually commencing on Saturday evening. On Suudaw afternoou, the Peutre contingent of the Salvation Army, as is their wont on such occasions, wended their way accompanied by a brass band, and with banners flying, toward the fair ground, when they commenced singing, preaching, &0. A great crowd soon gathered about them, amongst them being a number of show people, who, when the Salvation Army sang one of their ditties, in which mention was made about "driving out the shows and theatres," got up an opposition meeting, at the same time com- mencing to sing comic songs, dancing, and comic speechiug; but they soon found out their mistake, for the crowd who were most in sympathy with the army, commenced to hustle them about, and almost immediately a free fight ensued. The showmen having the worst of it, a stampede took place towards the field where the shows were pitched. The showmen were followed into their own ground, and the riot continued until Sergeant Chalk and P.O. Dumaid appeared on the scene, and by great efforts on the part of the police order was only restored. The police immediately afterwards ordered the Salvation Army from the road, and it is said that summonses will be issued against them for obstructing the thoroughfare.
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In Bottles 6d., Is., Is 9d and 98. chemist to procure it M not in st Manufacturers, ALLF.t^nd HAN iiURY KE*TING'S T'offDBR," so celebrate 1 fectly unrivaJled jft destroying Bro BEKTLES, M&THFJ/iand all insects, wl harmless to dnn^fic animals, is sold in 6< tins by all Chemists. It is clean in use, and wollens Ishould be well powder putting away Beware of imitations. EPPS'S COCOA.—GRATEFUL AND Coa —" By a thorough knowledge of the nat which govern the operations of diges nutrition, and by a careful application c properties of well-selected cocawT'.Mr. co" provided our breakfast tableprwifch a flavoured beverage which yraay save heavy d 'dors' bills. It isjSy the judici< such articles of diet tha^a constitution gradually built up untilf stron? enough rvery tendency to defease. Hundreds maladies are iloat.n^f around us ready wherever there is a-'weak point. We m many a fatal shaft ''by keeping ourselves fied with pure blood and a properly frame."—Civil Service GazettB.-Sold Packets labelled—"JAME< Epps& Co., pithic Chemists, London,A:po makers Chocolate Essence for a ternoon use. The Laundress to the Prince of Wi letter to the manufacturers of SECKITI BLUE, says it is the b«&t she ever used be obtained from all .Grocers, Oilmen, THEY CANNOT ALL LIB," was the 01 of one while reading the endless testii Dr. Bardsley's Antibilious Pills. They are Sold by all Chemists in Boxes at 131ft t Bex sent post froe'on receipt of 15 or 3. Wm. Mather, Wholesale Druggist, Manch WHO IS NOT INCBEDULOUS I do not word of it—a word of what ? That Catai cured. Well, sir, here is a chance. Try Celebrated Cough Pills. Sold by all C Boxes at 131d. and 9d. Box sent po receipt of 15 or 35 scanfps. wm. taathe ale Druggi t, Manchester. THROAT AFFECTIONS AND HOARSKKKSS fering from irritation of th* throafr and will be agreeably surprised at th# almost relief afforded by the use of Brown's Troches." These famoni««lozctges are n< most respectable chemists in this country per box. People troubled with a "hackin a "slight cold," or bronchial affections, c them too soon, as similar/troubles, if allowi gress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asthm tions. See that the fror^ Brown's Bronchial are on the Goyeram^nt Stamp around ea Prepared by JOHN* BROWN SONS, BOI European depot removed to 33, Fariingd WATSCN'S TAPEWORM SPECIFIC.—T WATSC-Vlx TAPEWORM SpEolpro —T from Huddersfield, Dec. 8th, 1878.—" Yc worm Specifie' «ame duly to hai-dfand exactly as directed, at 11.10 a.oi. the enl exactly as directed, at 11.10 a,.n. the enl was voided, measuring 15 feet. I am trn ful for the remedy and leave you at perfe to publish my letter. Of alj Chemists prii by post, 3s. WATSON'8 SPECIFIC Pow pleasant but effectual renjfedy for Thread' Roundworm, No 1 fad flits). No 2 (childr Is. ljd. by post, Is. &1. Piepa.-ed onlj Watson, ChemisL Shipley, Yorkshire, wh and address are$ri#ted o», the G«vernme round each genv^jjk bottle and packet. post free, London Depot: 95, Farringd B.C. FLOR!MNB!—FoR Tgll TBZTH AND DR] few drops of the liquid FlortHne" sprinl wet tooth-brush produces a pleasant lathe thoroughly cleanses the teos from aU par impurities, hardens the gums, prevents tarl decay, gives to the teethe peculiar pearly- and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It all unpleasant odour arising from decayed tobacco smoke, "The Fragrant Floriline,1 be posed in part of Honey and sweet herbs, is de the taste, and the greatest toilet discovery of Price 2a. 6d., of all Chemists and Perfumem: sale depot removed to 33, Farringdon Road, ] New Damson and Plum now rea for Hartley's and sde that you g< allowed upon each of Hartleys 2tbajarf TAMTABM DISCOVERT TOR TOT HAM- hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, t Mexican Hair Renewer," for ft will positive) •» every case Grey or White hair to its origins without leaving the disagreeable smell Restorers." It makes the hair charmingly 1 as well as promoting the growth of the hair spots, where the glands are not decayed. J Chemist for "TM MEXICAN HAIR HEHKWI by Chemists and Pecfamers everywhere at 81 Bottle. Wholesale depot removed to 33, Fa Road, London. 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It is perfect) ten and pleasant to taste, it produces (juiet sleep, by relieving the child from pain, little cherub awakes on bright n a butt soothea the child, it softens the gams, a] pain, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, aD beet known remfdy for dysentery and di whether arising from teething or other caoss Winslow's Soothing Syrup is sold by Mediciix everywhere at to. ltd. per bottl* ABBRDABE Printed and Published by RBBROCA Jol THKOPHILUS LIMES JONBS at the AN TIMES OFFICI, Commercial-place, Abe the County of Glamorgan. I atwrday. June 10th, IMS.