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WOMEN'S SUFFRAGE. A PUBLIC MEETING To consider this subject, Win be held at the TEMPERANCE HALL, Merthyr, THIS ^FRIDAY; EVENING, JUNE 3,1870, At X rNE o'clock. MRS. CRAWSHAY will Preside. THE REV. MONCURE CONWAY, M.A., Of Flnsbury Chapel, London, Has kindly consented to speak on the question. ADMISSION FREE. 3162 MMSSr T Å F F VALE RAILWAY. WHITSUN HOLIDAYS, ON WHIT-MONDAY, June 6th, 1870, there will be ALTERATIONS in the times of the week. day regular Passenger Trains ADDITIONAL PASSENGER TRAINS will be run. Tickets wiil be issued on the Evening of SATURDAY, June 4th, and on SrNDAT. Jane 5th, to patnengera tra- jelling in the Company's carriages, but not otherwise, for distances exceeding seven miles, at one-and-a-half the usual fares, available for the Return Journey until the following hBSDÁT Evening. For train times and further information, see the train Dills of this Company. By order, 3119 EDWIN E. PAGE, Cardiff, May 30th, 1870. Traffic Manage*. —————————————————— ——————————————— 8M EMIGRATION TO AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. MR. E. DA TIES, Bookseller, and Newspaper Agent, Circle, Tredegar, 18 now appointed AGENT for the Free and Assisted Passages to the Australian Colonies, and is also Agent for the Principal Lines of Steamers to America. — Forms of application may be had of Mr DAVIOT, who is also an Agent for the "MERTHYR TELEGRAPH," in Tredegar and Neighbourhood. 3158 PUBLIC NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all JL.1 Goods pledged at the Shop of HENRY BARNETT, Pawnbroker, 27. Victoria-street, Merthyr, must be re- deemed before the 1st day of August next. After the 1st of June, the Shop wlil be open on Mon- days and Tuesdays only, for the Delivery of Goods and Sale of Unredeemed Property. 1st May, 1870. 3131 TO THE LEATHER TRADE & OTHERS. THE undersigned are prepared to supply Leather Dealers, on the most advantageous terms. with WHITE and BROWN LEATHER. Also WOOL for SALE, in large or small quantities, to suit WIIAVIIRS. Full Market Value given for Sheep and Lamb Skinf. JONES UtOCKE, LEATHER MANUFACTURERS, AND FELLMONGERS, WREXHAM,'CHESTER, & STRAND, SWANSEA 31^3 THE BELL HANGING TRADE. CHRISTOPHER CUMMINS, Bell Hanger, established in Merthyr for the last 37 years re- spectfully announces that he has engaged, during his illness, an Efficient Workman, named JOHN DAVIES, who will undertake for him the execution of all orders, cd as he is a man of thorough experience, C. C. can confidently ensure for his patrons satisfaction. No. 1], Broad-street, Merthyr Tydfil, May 18th, 1870. 3139 TO SADDLERS, HARNESS MAKERS, &c. &c. A. & H. KENT BE G to inform the Public that they have constantly on Sale, at 30, Yew-street, Merthvr, a Large Stock of WHITE LEATHER, beautifully dressed Ity a flrst-rate workman. 3127 YMMER, NEAK MERTKYR TYDFIL. j TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a X neat and substantial detached VILLA, with stable, coach-house, pardon. aud g'reenhousesvines included known as TY'NYGARN, and lately in the occupation of Mr. William dopkins. Gas and water are laid on. The house i" situated in a most healthy spot, and in the midst of romantic scenery, and within five minutes' walk ef the Cefn station of the Brecon and )Ierthyr Railway, For further particulars aply to Mr. Thomas Jones, Cefn H it« l, near Merthyr Tyiifil. 31-20 TO GROCERS. I TO LET (with immediate possession), a HousE .Z. and SHOP, situare in Libanus Street, Dowlais, the centre of a larje and increasing population.—These Pre- mise have been aiways occupied in the Grocery Business, and a successful trade has been carrieù on ill them. Fix- tures complete. Gas and Water laid on. Reut )Ioderate. —Ap:)ly to Mr. D. ANWYL, next door. 3084 GENTEEL RESIDENCE TO LET. TO LET (with immediate possession), a con- t vcnient RESIDENCE, being Xo. 34, Somerset Place. Thomas Town, Merthyr Tydfil. The House is well su ted to the requ rements of a respectable family. It has ten rooms. Rent moderate. Apply to Mr Snpt. '1"homas, Somerset Placc. Merthyr. 3167 NON UNION, CO OPERATIVE IRON WORKS. MESSES. FOX, HEAD, & Co., Of Middlesbrough REQUIRE a few good steady PUDDLERS and L'NDERHANPS As far as 47s. Od. per week clear is now being earned, where no heats are lost, betlides chance of bonus at the end of the year, Good schools, infirmary, doctor's club, reading room, co-opera- tive store, gardens, and two bands of music, in connection with the Works -Neither masters nor men belong to any Union. 3149 TO SERVANT GIRLS. WANTED, in a Tradesman's Family, in TV Merthyr, a respectable Female SERVANT, Who is competent to Wash and Iron, and to do Plain Cooking.—Good wages given.—Apply at the "TELEGRAPH" Office, Merthyr TydtiL 3160 TO SMITHS AND FITTERS. WANTED at the VcLCAx FOUNDRY, TV Merthyr, a SMITH, and also a FITTER. Good Workmen will receive permanent employment at good Wages.—Apply to Mr MATTHEW JOHN, at the Foundry. 3115 TO FURNACE MANAGERS. I, WANTED a Thoroughly Competent Man as W FURNACE MANAGER.—Apply by letter to the Manager, Rhymney Iron Works, Rhymney. 31t>0 HARMONIUMIST WANTED AT Saron Welsh Independent Chapel, Troed- yrhiw, a Male person who cau play the Harmonium. Must be. member of the Independent connexion Salary liti a year. -Apply to Mr CALER JOHN, Railman, Plymouth Iron Works, Merthyr. May 20th, ls79. 3159 TO GENERAL SERVANTS. ——— WANTED, a good General Servant.—Apply TV at No. 4, Glebeland Place, Merthyr Tydfil. 3168 ST. GWYNNO'S CHURCH, V AYNOR. THE CONSECRATION OF the above Church is ADJOURNED (in con- sequence of the illness of the LORD BISHOV) from WEBirBSDAY, JniE lit, to TUESDAY. JUNE 7th, when D.V.) it will take place. Morning Service English; at 11 o clock. Sermon by the RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP oi ST. DAVID'S. Afternoon Service (Welsh, at 3.30. Sermon by the REV. Wtt. EYAXS, Incumbent of Rhymney. Evening Service Welsh at 7 o'clock. Sermon by the REV. DAVID PARRY, R.D., Vicar of Dcfynnock. The Clergy are requested to appear in their surplices. Collections will b3 made at the close of each service in aid of the Building Fund of the Cefn Church, & A Luncheon will take place at 2 o'clock. Tickets 3s. 6d. each. Tickets may be had of the Rev. R. WILLIAMS, Rector, Vaynor MrHowELL JUNES, Dowlais; MrALEX. Gmy, High-street, Merthyr, and South-street, Dowlais and at the Castle and Bush Hotels, Merthyr. Sl'29 WEDNESDAY, JUNE loth, IS THE LAST DAY FOR TICKETS. 1870.—TWENTY-FIRST SEASON.—1870. ART UN-UN OF GREAT BTITAIN. ONE SHILLING PER SHARE. 1.750.917 Tickets have been sold in the Twenty previous drawings, and 21,86-2 PBIZES distributed, including 4,846 Paintings, in amounts varying from 200 Guineas downwards. ° The DRAWING for PRIZES will take place ON SATURDAY. JUNE 25th, 1870, Aad will CODSist of ONE THOUSAND PRIZES. The Last Load. 1st Prize James Hayllar, 150 gaineas. The Dessert, at Venice 2nd Prize., Chas. Stuart. F.SA., £85 And others, see detailed List .f Prizes. Tickets, ONE SHILLING each. entitling the holder to Me chance in the drawing, may be had from the under- r mentioned agents; or will be forwarded direct by the I Secretary on receipt of envelope stamped and directed), together with postage stamps or post-oftce order for the number of Tickets required. JAMES G. LAW, Secretary, 39, Q-xford-street, Manchester. LOCAL AGENTS B. HOWELLS, Library, 10, Church-street, Merthyr. D. "WALKINSHAW, Bookseller, Pontypool. G. H. WHITE, Chemist, <fcc., Mountain Ash. T. DAVIES, Chemist, Pontlottyn W. CLAYTON, Photographer, Tredegar. 31 til THE REFRESHMENT ROOMS AT THE GREAT WESTERN, VALE OF NEATH STATION, MERTHYR, ARE NOW O EJNT E D ALE, WINE, A:.Y]) SPIRITS, together a-ith REFRESHMENTS, at TO WN FRIGES. Proprietor ALEXANDER GUNN. :3130 DRILL HALL, MERTHYR. MR. MANLEY'S OPERA COMPANY. ON FRIDAY Evening (this evening), will be produced the Fine Opera of "LA S O N N A M B U L A And on SATURDAY Evening, the popular Opera of THE DAUGHTER of the REGIMENT To be followed each Evening with a Laughable FARCE. On TUESDAY Evening Next a Grand Fashionable Night', A FAREWELL BENEFIT to Miss MILLS. For particulars see day bills. Prices — 2s Is., ad., and 3d. 3164 GLAMORGAN RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. Orders for the Week Ending Saturday, June 11th. WEDNESDAY—Company drill 8.30 p.m., Drill Hall. THURSDAY—No. 4. Section will assemble at the Shooting Ground, at 4.30 p.m., for class firing. FRIDAY,—Recruit drill 8. p.m., Drill Hall. SATURDAY.—No 4 Section will assemble at 6.39 p.m., at the Shooting Ground, for Class Firicg. OFFICERS FOR THE WEEK :— Leiut. James, Sergeant Seddon, Corporal Thomas. 3054


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