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68, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR. J. W. "GTUNN S HALP-CBOWST (s/e) TEA.. THIS Well-known Strong Black Tea can now be obtained from Mr. ALEX. GUNN, Confectioner 39, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR, and UNION STREET, DOWLAIS, and delivered by his Vans to the following places weekly Cefn, Troedyrhiw, Rhymney, Tredegar, Quaker's Yard, and Nelson. 3155 x T T T~ T THE PUBLIC SUPPLIED WITH TEAS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. T. MONTGOMERY, OF the Bell Inn. Plymouth-street, and of the Wine and Spirit Vaults, No. 114, High-street, (opposite the Brecon Old Bank,) respectfully thanks his Patrons for the liberal support he has received since he has undertaken the Business of Taa Dealer, and would intimate to the Public that as the Duty is now equalized on all qualities of Tea-whether of superior or inferior quality-it must be evident that true economy is exercised in selecting that of the purest and highest quality. Having made arrangements with a London Broker for the purpose of supplying the Inhabitants of Merthyr and neighbourhood with superior Teas at Wholesale Prices—he having had Twenty Years' Experience in the Trade- he can with every confidence recommend the Teas he offers as of First-class Quality, and at prices that will astonish the public. One trial is respectfully invited. Supplied in Paper Packages of one Quarter, Half-pound, and Pound, weights, and upwards.—Half Chests and Chests forwarded (on receipt of order) direct from Bonded Warehouse, London, at the Lowest shade of profit. Fine Useful Congou 2S. 2d, per lb. Congou and Souchong Mixture, very highly recommended 2s. (id. per lb. Finest Teas Od. per lb, f- Other Prices and Samples forwarded on application. lOIbs. of Tea and upwards forwarded, at the above prices, Carriage Free to any railway station within twenty miles of Merthyr, on receipt of Post Office Order.-Terms, CASH. OBSERVE THE ADDRESS-BELL INN, PLYMOUTH STREET, and 114, HIGH STREET, (Opposite the Brecon Old Bank, Merthyr.) » 3192 MR. DANIEL DAVESS NOTICES. DOWLAIS, &c. DESIRABLE INVESTMENTS. ME. DANIEL DAVIES WILL SELL BY PRIVATE CONTRACT THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE PROPERTIE S:— LOT 1.—All those Four Substantial and Well- built HOUSES, with Large Garden and Premises attached, situate in High-street, Dowlais Top, Dowlais, and being nnmbered 10, 11, 12, and 13, and tenanted by Messrs. Thomas Lewis, Thomas Davies, and others. Lot 2.—All those Three HOUSES, with splendid Gardens and Premises attached, situate on the top of Penydarran Cinder Incline, and close to the Dowlais Railway Branch, leading from Dowlais to the Taff Railway,—About half. an-acre of land attached to them. The Tenants will show the respective Lots, and furthex particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer. 19, Ivor-street, Dowlais H101 DOWLAIS. TO CAPITALISTS. MR. DANIEL DAVIES WILL SELL BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THE LEASE of that Building Ground, situate next to ]VIr. David Jenkins s, Grocer, and nearly opposite the Gwernllwyn Chapel, Mary-street, Dowlais. This spot of Ground contains room to build Three or Four Cottages, and stands in one of the best situations in the town. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer. Office-19, Ivor-street, Dowlais, April 28th, 1870. 3102 '< DOWLAIS IRON WORKS. TO SMALL CAPITALISTS. DESIRABLE* INVESTMENTS. MR. DANIEL DAVIES Is favoured with instructions by Mr DAVID JAMES to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY, the 30th dav of JV.\E, 1870, at the GLYXDWFR INN, High-street, Dowlais, (subject to the conditions of Sale then to be read) the following HOUSEHOLD PROPERTY • LOT I.-All those TWO HOUSES and PREMISES, situated and being No. 47 and IS on the left hand side of the Turnpike-road leading from Dowlais to Rhymney. Dowlais Top, the next Houses to the Common on the left side. held under a lease from the Dowlais Iron Company for 99 years, of which there are unexpired about 78 years, subject to a ground rent of el Is. (jd per annnm. These Houses are now in the respective occupations (and always well tenanted; of Messrs. Jenkin Harris, and James Williams, at the low rentals of -114 6s. Od per annum. LOT 2.—All that Well-built Large HOUSE, GARDEN, and PREMISES, being -No- 20, Francis-street, Gwern- llwynbach, Dewlais, held under a lease for 99 years from the late Rev John Llewellyn, of which there are un- expired about 90 years, and subject to a ground rent of 17s. 3d. per annum. .„ This House is now in the occupation of Mr John Allen as yearly tenant, at the low rental of £ 13 13s. Od. per annum. The House contains on the downstairs :—two parlours with boarded floors, kitchen, closet, coal-house, under kitchen, and a large kitchen underneath upstairs four large bed rooms. The water is laid on the premises, and which are also well drained. Mr James has lately spared no expense to put the said premises in thorough repair, and they are now replete and well adapted for a respectable family. Both lots are con- veniently situated. The tenants of the respective lots will show the premises, and further particulars may be obtained of Mr D. JAMES, Dowlais Office, or of the Auctioneer. 19, Ivor-street, Dowlais, June Kith, 1870. 3159 SALES BY MR. DAVID EVANS. PENYREITHIX, PENDERYN, BRECONSHIRE. Sale of Household Fur nit we, Books, Valuable Microscope, Telescope, Whitworth and other Rifles, Staffed Birds, Animals,$e.,$c. MR. DAVID EVANS t Is instructed by the Executors, to SELL BY AUCTION, And without reserve, AT PEXYREITHIN, PENDER-VN-, (two miles from Hirwain, on THTUSDAT. June '23rd, 1S70, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects, of the late WILLIAM DAVIES, Esq. Comprising mahogany tables, mahogany hair-seated and other chairs, sofa, walnut secretaire, bedsteads, feather beds, bedding, mahogany chest of drawers, chamber ware, looking glasses, washstands, dressing tables, eight-day clock, prints in frames, several cases of stuffed birds aLd animals, barometers, large telescope with case, first-class microscope, several guns and rifles, Whitworth rifle, air gun, pedometer, Masonic emblems, massive gold ring plain silver tankard, medical and other books, kitchen requisites, and a variety of other articles too many to enumerate. A catalogue of the books and mechanical instruments may be had at the Offices of the Auctioneer, 4li, Thomas- street, Merthyr, and 2. Cardiff-street, Aberdare and also at the Cardiff Arms Hotel, Hirwain. Sale to commence punctually at 2 o'clock. Merthyr, June 15th, 1870. 14, CHURCH STREET, MERTHYR. MR. DAVID EVANS WILL SELL BY AUCTION, AT NO. 14, CHURCH STREET, Merthyr, on FRIDAY, June 24th, 1870, a quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of Mahogany Loo Table, Hair-seated Chairs, Easy Chair, Pier Glass, Mahogany poles and rings, Seve- ral excellent prints in Frames, What-not, Fender and Fire-irons, Carpets, Case of Stuffed Birds, Iron Bedsteads, Bedding, Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Looking Glasses, Ware, Kitchen Table3, Dresser, &c., &c. Also a number of Books. Sale to commence at three o'clock.. Auctioneer's Office, Merthyr, June 15, 1870. :'>185 j PUBLIC XOTI CE. -YJ-OTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all JJ| Goods pledged at the Shop of HEKRY BAR.VETT, 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, 1370. 3131 THIS DAY'S SPORTING. FULL MARKET ODDS GUARANTEED BY THE "SPORTING NEWS" COMMISSION AGENCY, ON EVERY RACE IN" ENGLAND. PRICES AS IN THE DAILY PAPERS May be obtained through MR. JOSEPH BRUT ON, THE "SPORTING NEWS" OFFICE, 12, CRANE COURT, FLEET-STREET, LOKD^Jf, E.C alia LLANDRINDOD WELLS. LLANERCH HOTEL. THIS old established Family Hotel and Boarding-house, IS NOW READ1 FOR THE RECEPTION OF VISITORS. ( TERMS: — From the 1st of April until the 15th of June, £ 1 les, per week, including Board, Lodging, and Attendance, After that date, £ 2 2s. per week. Proprietor: E, DAWSON. 3105 PONTYPRIDD UNION.. A LL persons desirous of Contracting with the j Lir\ Board of Guardians for the Supply of the following PROVISIONS, and other Articles hereunder mentioned, or any of them. to be delivered free of cost at the Union Workhouse, and to the Out-door Paupers, in such quanti- ties weekly as may be required, for the Three Months ending the 27th day of September, 1870, are requested to send to the Workhouse Sealed Tenders for the same endorsed—' Tender for Provisions," or Clothes, as the case I may be, on or before Monday, the 20th June, 1870, and which Tenders will be opened by the Guardians on the 21st of June, 1870. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Bread, Flour, Oatmeal, Milk, Butter, Potatoes, Peas, Groceries, Bacon, Beer, Porter, Wine, Brandy, Gin, Coal, Clothing, Drapery, Hosiery, Sheets, Blankets, Counterpanes, Boots, Shoes, Clogs. Accounts for Goods supplied to out-door Paupers to be Bent in to the Relieving Otflcers weekly, in the prescribed form. and for the Workhouse, at the end of the quarter. Tenders will only be received in the forms prescribed by fbe Board, which may be on application at my Office. 3177 E. C. SPICKETT, Clerk. WANTED, a General Servant, not under T T 23 years of age, also a Nurse, Applv to Mrs. R. EDWARDS, Draper, Merthyr. 3181 DRESSMAKING,. WANTED, Apprentices and an Improver for the Dress and Mantle making.— Apply to R. KuWABUS, Draper, opposite the Vale of Neath Railway Station, Merthyr. 3ign TO SERVANT GIRLS. WANTED, in a Tradesman's Family, in 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 Tydfil. 3160 HARMONIUMIST WANTED AT Saron Welsh Independent Chapel, Troed- yrhiw, a Male person who can play the Harmonium. Must be a member of the Independent connexion. Salary £ 6 a year. Apply to Mr CALEB JOHN, Railman, Plymouth Iron Works, Merthyr. May 20th, 1870. 3159 PORTER WANTED. WANTED, a Strong Lad, about sixteen or seventeen years of gge, capable of understanding written directions, to act as Porter, and to make himself otherwise generally useful.-Appiv to Mr. W. L. D.V\"iel, Chemist, Merthyr. ;.>1:10 TO PARENTS ,v: GUARDIANS. WANTED immediately an active, well- educated lad as an Apprentice to the Family and Keady Monov Grocery. Would have an opportunity of learning the wholesale W ine and Spirit, Ale and Porter Trades, also Book-keeping, &c. Premium required. Applv to J. W. GU.YOS, High-Street, Merthyr. 3182 N0N- OTI0N, I IRON WORKS. MESSRS. FOX, HEAD, & Co., Of Middlesbrough REQUIRE a few good steady PUDDLERS and L NDERHANPS As far as 47s. (3d. per week clear is now being earned, where no heats art; lost. besides chance of bonus at the end of the year. Good schools, infirmary, doctor's club, reading room, co-opera- s^ore* ?ar(*ens, and two bands of music, in connection with the >Y orks.-Neither masters nor men belong to any Union. 314!1 r CEFN-COED-Y-CY3IMEE, NEAP. MERTirYR TYDFIL. 10 BE LET, with immediate possession, a neat and substantial detached VILLA, with stable, coach-house, warden, and greenhouses vines included. known as 1\ XYGARN, and lately in the occupation, of Mr. William Hopkins. Gas and water arc laid on. The house is situated in a most healthy spot, and in the midst of romantic scenery, and within five minutes' walk of the Cefn station of the Brecon and Merthyr Railway. For further particulars aply to Mr. Thomas .Tones, Cefn Hotel, near Merthyr Tydfil. 3120 TO GROCERS. TO LET 'with immediate sion), A HOVXE and SHUT, situate in Libanus Stveet, Dowlais, I;he centre of a large and increasing population.—These Pre- mises have been always occupied in the Grocery Business, and a successful trade has been carried, on in them, fix- tures complete. Gas and Water laid on. Rent Moderate. —Apply to Mr. D. ANWYL, next door 3084 (————————————————————————————————. GENTEEL RESIDENCE TO LET. TO LET ^vith immediate possession), a con venient RESIDENCE, being No. 34, Somerset; Place, Thomas Town, Merthyr Tydfil. The House is well suited to the requirements of a respectable family. It has ten rooms. Rent moderate. Apply to Mr Supt. Thomas, Somerset Place, Merthyr. 3167 TO BE LET, A SHOP, in High-street, Merthyr. The best situation in the town. -Apply at the Office of this Paper. 3174 -C:-=- DOG STRAYED. "TV'OTICE is HEREB1 GIVEN, that a Dog, supposed to be of considerable value, has .Strayed to X ewton-street, Abercanaid, near Merthyr. The owner may have the same on giving a proper description, and paying expenses, by applying to KVAN EVANS, 12, Newton Street, Abercanaid, near Mertltrr. 31'11 TO SADDLERS,'HARNESS MAKERS, &c. fcc.. A. k H. KENT BE G to inform the Public that they have constantly on Sale, at 30 Yew-street, Merthvr, a. Large Stock of WHITE LEAT HER, beautifully dressed lùy a first-rate workman. 3127 LIFE, FIDELITY, GUARANTEE, ACflDENT. MONARCH INVESTMENTASSOCIATION 'LIMITED!. RATES Very Moderate in all Branches. ANNUITIES GRANTED. ACTIVE AGENTS Wanted.-Apply to the District Sapeno tendent, Mr, J. T. MORGAN", American Emigra- tion Offices, HI, Glebeland-street, Merthyr Tydfil, of whom form* may be had gratis. :il7:1 THE REFRESHMENT ROOMS AT THE GREAT WESTERN, VALE OF NEATH STATION, MERTHYE, AUE NOW OPENED- ALE, lVLYE, AND SPIRITS, together with REFRESHMENTS, at TO fFN PRICES. Proprietor ALEXANDER GUNN. 3130 THE MERTHYR TYDFIL BURIAL BOARD. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN, that the Board Xl are willing tr) receive TENDERS for the GRASS now growing at the Cemetery. When made, t'he Hay must be removed from the Cemetery. No grass will be allowed to be cut in the plantation. Tenders must, be delivered to me on or before the FOURTH day of JULY next. Further particulars may be obtained at my Office. By Order of the Board. W. ROBINSON SMITH, Clerk. Victoria. Street, Merthyr Tydfil. 3178 THE BELL-HANGING BUSINESS. JOSEPH SCULLY, BELL-HANGEE, No. 18, Wellington-street, near the Market Hovse, Merthyr Tydfil, T}> ESPECTFULLY anrhounces that he h us j Ft" commenced the above Business on his own aecoun t, and trusts to secure a share of the public patronage. From hiii long experience in the business, having for the last five years been engaged under the late Mr. '"HKISTOPHER CUMMINS, he is enabled with confidence to undertake all orders, with the certainty of giving satisfaction, and at the most moderate charges.—Estimates given when re- <luire^- 3170 THE BELL HANGING TKADE. MRS. CUM M INGS, 4 Widow of the late j CHRISTOPHER CUMMINS, Boll Hanger, in ln ,Mfirth-vr for the last 37 years; re- Workman, namKH^A^i1V„ng'^d for herpatrons satisfaction C, C, can confidently ensure for her patrons satisfaction. No. I], Broad-street, MerthyrTvdfU June 16th, 1870. > 3193 FREDERICK LEGG & CO'S. INDIA-RUBBER -WAREHOUSE, 2, PEARSON-PLACE, DOCKS, CARDIFF CONTAINS a well-selected Stock 0f VulcaDdzed V_y India-Rubber of every description. Sheet Rubber and Washers, for tiange joints of St,>am and Water Pipes. Valves for Marine and Land Engines. Butlers and Bearing Springs for Railways, &c4 Gauge Glass Washers. Elastic Steam Engine Packing. Vulcanized Hose Pipes. Vulcanized Tubing for Acids, Chemicals, &c. Vulcanized Mill Bands for Driving Machinery. Waterproof Garments. Ditto Sheeting for Invalid Beds, &e. Ditto Wagon and Truck Covers. Air and Water Beds, Pillows, and Cushions. Fishing Boots, Stockings, and Trousers 4nd every article usually manufactured in India.Rubber for Domestic,Surgical, Sporting, Nautical, Mechanical, Mining, and Agricultural Purposes. Price Lilits on personal application, or by post. 3116 GLAMORGAN RIFLE VOLUNTEERS. Orders for the Week Ending Saturday, June 25th. TUESDAY—Company Drill, 8 p.m., Drill Hall. WIEDNrSDAY-Full Dress Parade, 8.30 p.m., Drill Hall. THURSDAY Class Firing for No. 2 Section at the Shoot- ing Ground, at 4.30 p.m. FRIDAY,—Recruit drill 8. p.m., Drill Hall SATURDAY—Class Firing, for No. 2 Section at Shooting Ground, at] 6.30 p. m. OFFICERS FOR THE. WEEK:— Ensign Roach, Corporal Meredith. 3054