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The following notices are selected from the Thousand Newspapers which quoted and expressed most commendatory opinions of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE FROM THE SOUDAN, INCLUDING DESPATCHES FROM KORTI, GAKDUL, MEKAWI, AND THE LATEST INTELLIGENCE FJIOH KHARTOUM THE PALL MALL GAZETTE says Of the heroic THE SPORTSMAN:—" Many people have been march to the Nile:—" The palm for description must be struck with the vivid pictures of events waich succeeded given to the Correspondent of the LONDON DAILY Abu Klea, and which appeared in the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE, whose despatch is not only much the CHRONICLE." longest, but also the most vivid in its colouring and THE DOVER STANDARD:—"A Compliment to realistic in its narrative." Journalism.—The graphic accounts of tlw LONDON THE ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE says of the dashing DAILY CHRONICLE Correspondent with General fight before Metammeh:—" Nothing seems to have Stewart's force have attracted great attention." escaped the attention of the Correspondent of the THE SURREY ADVERTISER AND COUNTY LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE and the whole story TIMES :—" The battles of Abu Klea and of Gubat will is told with a quiet and full particularity which-to use in the hands of some future Napier-like historian fill a a very hackneyed phrase-leaves nothing to b desired." glorious page in British records. fortunate !y the story THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE of Feb. 1 complains is at hand in the columns of description telegraphed by of Lord Wolseley's' confused despatch relating to Gen. the Special Correspondents of our daily contemporaries Stewarts: "brilliant success;" and adds: "Among notably by that of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE, the press telegrams the next morning the LONDON which a consensus of opinion in press circles admits DAILY CHRONICLE'S was the only good one." has shot at once to the front in its splendidly-written BOLTON EVENING NEWS:—" There is news this account of the last battle in which our iittle but gallant morning of a most startling character regarding events at force under Stawart rolled back the tremendous onset the seat of war in the Soudan. The first authority for the of the Arabs." Information of the Fall of Khartoum was the LONDON NEWCASTLE DAILY JOURNAL" The tele- DAILY CHRONICLE, which has been conspicuous for grams of the fighting before Metammeh were through- excellent accounts of recent battles in the Soudan." out of the most brilliant character. The palm for des- PENNY ILLUSTRATED PAPER:—"A veteran War cription must this time be given to the Correspondent Correspondent, Mr. Charles Williams, won the Press of the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." laurel for his animated account of the Battle of MANCHESTER DAILY NEWS:—" The most con- Metammeh, in Mr. Edward Lloyd's popular newspaper, secutive narrative appears in the LONDON DAILY the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE." CHRONICLE, from the pen of Mr. Charles Williams, NEWPORT ECHO:—"All authorities are agreed and the descriptive touches in this long account are that the LONDON DAILY CHRONICLE takes the just what one might have expected from suchaprac- palm for its masterly description of the battle before tiged writer, whose telegrams go to the LONDON Metamipeh." DAILY CHRONICLE." QtREAT liORTDOW 3VEWSPAFER. Sixty-four Columns, One Penny. DAILY CHRONICLE Enormous G REA T SUCCE S S. Sale. More Late News than any other Daily Paper. To be had of all Newsagents. TELEGRAMS.-News and Correspondence from all LAW.-Special Reports of aU Chancery and Civil S&SIJJS" mo." "p o<"»a,»- ™toiSoS ssasa?™ ™4 0oui,"j' PARLIAMENT.-Wire laid on from both Houses into MARKETS from all parts, specially reported. the Office of this Journal. SHIPPING.—Wrecks and Casualties, Foreign Arrivals, SPORTING.—Latest Racing, Betting, Cricket. Football JJome Sailinss and Arrivals, Mail and Steamship Rowing, Sailing, Athletics, &c. 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xTlie Aberdare Burial Board in Account v/itli tlie Parish, of Aberdare/ Dr. Abstract of Accounts for the Year ended 25th March, 1885. Cr. March 25th 1884. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. To Balance from last year's By Principal and Interest account brought for- due to Mortgagees: — ward 58 4 11 Atlas Assurance Co. 287 9 2 "Cash from Overseers James & Co. and C. as follows Bishop 32 (j 6 Date of order. Date of pavinent 3Sept.. 1884. 22S-i)t.l884 lo'l 0 0 3]9 ONov.. 1884. 2S:,«»v..lS84\oi) <> <• C. <>i interne .U: T r Gravbdi'jguij; 99 9 0 10 Uees for Interments, Minister's Fees' 81 18 0 hrecJiion of Tombs. &c. 613 16 6 Sharpening Tools, &c. 5 9 2 „ One years Kent of Hir- Eegistrar's Fees 48 14 3 Wain Allotment from 235 10 5 Mr. William Powell v Clei-li's Posta es 39 4 0 (esstax).. Sexton&Cleaner'sSalary 87 16 0 One year's Rent of Corn- „ Drainage Work 4 8 9 mon Allotment from „ Be-ertctins? Spire 8S 18 11 Executors of late Mr. > Hod Ashes &c 3 17 8 Rees Williams(lesstax) 8 16 o Advertising & Stationery 0 15 10 Stones sold to following Coal for Chapels l 14 6 parties: Water for Sexton's Mrs. Annie Evans 0 12 0 Lodge 1 9 1 Mrs Phcebo Evans 0 9 0 ) Ii-onmongery 2 4 11 j Mr. Thomas Lewis 0 4 (i Qil, Candles. &c. 0 15 8 Mrs. Mary Davies 0 16 ..Income fax 4 8 7 MissM. A. Morris 0 16 „ Hates 1 16 0 Mrs. Eliz. Rowlands 0 1 G ..Timber 0 14 11 0 14 11 1 10 0 Stamping Burial Grants „ Certificates of Burial Nos. 123 and 124 and Nos. 46 & 47 @ 3s. /d. 0 7 2 Duty 0 2 2 i 1. Cab iiire to Cemetery 0 12 0 Shrubs and Planting 10 0 0 Painting Sign Hoards.. 1 15 U J Auditors, Auditing Ac- counts, 1883-1884 220 Balance carried down, viz :— In Bank 71 17 3 In Clerk's hands 14 10 0 86 7 3 £ 894 9 4 £ 894 9 4 To Balance brought down £ 8(j 7 3 ——-——————————-— ————————————————— The Accounts of the Board were on the 28th day of April, 1885, examined by Messrs Joseph Price and David Ilughes (the Auditors appointed by the Vestry), when they certified the same to be correct, and that there was a balance in the Treasurer's hands of £ï1 17s. 3,]" and in the Clerk's hands £ 14 10s. 0d. II. P. LINTON, Clerk.
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The following are SPECIMENS OF BONUSES on Policies which have become claims. nj m | £ 0 S Is If 11 ii op 1II1 #§ -a "J Ki < P-! £ £ s £, £ B. d. q= 300 822 13 11'22 13 668 10 0 u 99 1000 r 3tm 8 a°83 2 6 48 *>9 I5ft" 6 ''680 2 6 51 92 500 1# 2 14 I.) 2 4 958 7 6 46 90 300 jB. t? 813 0 541 2 6 ro aft 300 15 537 15 0 42 87 70,1 1749 15 1153 16 8 U 80 300 431 7 731 7 483 15 0 36 90 500 1^4^ 1174 8 828 0 0 19 86 ,00° 2347 19 1668 16 8 29 80 \I00» | 2073 3 1358 10 0 31 81 \5°° 3,I,!G 0 2046 l? 6 34 75 tf' 2 920 10 607 5 0 82 75 10°° £ 50 17 l850 17 1198 12 6 23 77 1000 1833 10 1248 15 0 The next division of profits will take place as 31st March, 1885. All ordinary Policies have the benefit of the Company's NON FORFEITURE SYSTEM, whereby Policy-hold013 ar3 secured against loss by non- payment of premium. Agents at Aberdare — Mr. CHARLES LEWIS, London and Pro- vincial Bank. Mr. T L. JONES, Aberdare Times Office. BOURNS, tJ L 111, BILL rCSTDE. AID BI8TEIBTJT0E, 48, Street, fountain Ash. 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WILL STAND ROUGH USAGE OF ALL KINDS AND IS THEREFORE THK FIRST W ATCII AND EQUALLY urn d Fott"- WORKMEN. I; ILWAYMEN, MINERS, GENT LEV. EN. BOYS, AND ALL WHO REQUIRE A PERFECT WA'rn III" EXTRA STRENGTH FOR no ~E, INIMAN, OK COLONIAL USE. MAD I, IN T U R E E SIZ ES. ( A s sk etch) MINERS, & RAILWAY MEN'S, EXTHA LAnGE SIZE, AND FOR GENERAL WEAn, MEDIUM sJZE. SENT FREE AND SAFE AT OUlt RISK TO ALL PARTS 1-OR £ o 5. 0. CASII OR P.U.O., PAY AP.LE AT G.P.O. PRICE 1 N 18-CAUAT GOLD CHRYSTAL (i LAsS CASES Twelve Guineas. SPE' IALLY NOilf that .Vr .1. W Benson u the oidy iiiakc:' of a Tbree-Ouartor Plete English Wnt. it for i'o 5s a< d that our Patent "L') i^at(<" Watch cannot be bad through, or if* any Watchiuaker in the' Kingdom Ant- infringement of the Patent Rights wiJl bot proceeded against A Hook explaining tlfc advantages of this Watch Yver the Fu/1 Plate English Watches sold l»y all other Aiakers, will be sent l'ost Fre« ok applicatiyn, to J. \Wl BENSON, R-l EII 10 HJ1. THE QUEEN, THE STEAM FACTORY, 62 AND 61. LUDGATE HILL, E.C., AND 25, OLD BOND STREET, W., LONDON. Illustrated Pamphlets of Watches from S2 to foOO, Gol(I and Silver Jewellery, Clocks. (House, Chime and Turret), and Musical Boxes. Free on Application. < lub A ssoeia I ions. — FOREMEN. SFCRETARIES OF L^IAEXDLY SOCIETIES. AGENTS, and others wJl find their Incomes con-iderabh- increased liy establishing ( lubs, for the new Patent Ludgate" Watch, as it is worth from f5 to flO more than any English Watch sold and Nr L therpfore bound to supersede all others in the M arket. SCIENCE IN PENS. Writing made easy by the use of BATES WADE AND CO.'S SCIENTIFIC TREBLE-GROUND PENS. AS SUPPLIED, TO HER MAJESTY'S FORCES DUR- ING EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN. To be obtained of JONES & SON, 4berdara Times Office, Aberdare. 62, High Street, Aberdare. W. 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