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FOR SALE, ON HIGHLY ADVANTAGEOUS TERMS, SOME NEW AND VERY BEAUTIFUL JPIA NOFORTES Enquire at the Residence of MR. EDWARD LAW RANGE, Ti'cftffy ot Music and Organist of St. Damd's Church. ADDRESS :— 6023 2. COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. STAR AND RAILWAY INN, ABERDARE. T'TTILLIAM DANCE (late Sergeant of Police at If Merthyr), begs to inform his friends and the public that he has taken the Star and Railway Inn, Trap-road, Aberdare (between the Abernant Station and Aberdare), and hopes to secure their patronage. Wines and Spirits of the best quality. 5955 QASSELL'S PURE UNCOLOURED TEAS & CASS ELL'S COFFEES. /^ASSELL'S ORIENTAL COFFEE consists of '-J a seWtion I)f the finest growths of East India. In the process Of roastir.ar and srrindini^ the full strength and tine aroma arc pve^erved, pendorinpr it equal to the Colioe so much prized in ORIENTAL COUNTRIES, THE PERFECTION of COFFEE. Price 2s. per lb. CI \S>ELL'S COFFEES are also supplied at Is. J Is. 2,1.. I ••• 4*1., Is. 6*i. is. sd., and Is. lOd. per lb., in Canis- ters and air-t^tit Package? from one ounce to one pound, by Ajsnrs, Gr.if*e«. (Jhcminrs, Confectioners, kc., throughout the kingdom. CASSELL'S PURE UNCOLOURED TEAS. CASSELL'S TEAS are pure and free from any facing powder or other injurious matti)r, tho Green ag well as the Black if the natural colour of the leaf, it has not therefore the bright green hue üf ordinary Green Tea", which are faced by the Chili!e with mineral powder or other colour- iag matter to give them appearance. By the use of Tuas real purity and uniform good quality are at all times ensured. CASSELL's PCHE CHCOLOUBBB TEA 2s.,2s. 4d. and 2s. 8d. per lb. C.l.S8:BLL'¡'; PCHK UNC0L01:'RBD TEA, rineet qualities, 3s., 3s. 6d. and 4. per lh. in Packets of 2 oz. to 3 lb. Sold by Agents, Grocen, Chemiutt, C01ife-:tiolter., fyc., throNgltout the kingdom. AGENCY.—To place CASWELL'S well-known TKAS AND COTTUBS within the reach of every family in the kingdom. Agents are requircd in every neighbour- hood not yet fully supplied. For terms, apply to CASSELL, SMITH, & Co 80, Fenchurch Street, London. 6019 —< —* "ANCHOR" LINE. G L A S G 0 W TO NEW YORK. The Steamers of this Line are despatched from GLASGOW FOR NEW-YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, (Calling at Moville, Lough Foyle, to Embark Passengers.) FARES: Saloon CABiS, 12, 13, 14, AND 15 GUINEAS. T x* To New-York, INTTSRX EDIATJ3, EIUUT (.LINEAS. BalU! Sxseraoe, Six GUINEAS. j more .^BEC Passengers Booked at Lowest Fares to all parts of the United States and Can8oda.. For further pa.rticllbr8 apply to HEKDEBSOIT BROTHERS, 30, Foyle-street, Londomlerry or 49, Union-street, Glasgow; or to J. MORGAN, SON, and Co., Cardiff J. T. MORGAN, 19, Glebeland, Merthyr Tydfil; or to G. BARLOW, l'ï, Well-street, Dowlais. To prevent disappointment, intending Passengers are re commended to obtain Passage Tickets from Local Agents of the Anchor" Line before Icaving home. 6000 CARDIFF TO NEW YùRK. 1 TVRECT STEAM COMMUNI- i th I f CATION BETWEEN THE «jy RpL BRISTOL CHANNEL UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA. The SOUTH WALES ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S New tirst-class, full-powered, Clyde built Steamships, GLAMORGAN, 2,500 Tons, 500 h.p.; PEMBROKE, 2,500 Tons, 500 h.p. CARMARTHEN, 3,000 Tons, 600 h.p.|; or other First-class Steamers, will sail regularly between CAR- DIFF and NEW YORK, These Steamships are built expressly for thf Trade, and fitted up with all tlw latest imprevements for the comfort and con- venience of Cabin and Storage Passenger Steerage Passen- gers provided with mattresses. A Stewardess carried for the female Emigrants. The S. S. PEMBROKK will sail about the 25th of October. For further particulars apply to W. J. Presswell. 1, Castle- street, Merthyr or to E. G. Price. or Isaac Thomas, 24, Cevmour-Htreet. Aberdare; or to Me. H. A. Lewis, Postmaster, Ebbw Vaie or d the Company's Ollice, 1, Dock Cham hers, Cariiift. 0051 A.LLA.N" ROYAL MAIL LINE SHORTEST SEA TASSAGB ■Safe-.v^ TO CANADA. AND THE UNITED STATU- -iiurtest Route o the West. The superb Steam- ships of thi.- Liht; now mn li-ect every Tuesday and Thursday from LivEKKWb to QUEBEC, forwarding Passengers to NKW YORK and Boston, and to all CITIES and Towns in Canada and the United STATUS. FltOM LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC. Ph'fnician, Tuesday, Oct. 14 Circassian, Thursday, 22 Sarmatian, Thurs., Oct. 14 Canadian, Tuesday, 28 NovaScotian, Via St-John's Polynesian, Thursday 30 N.F. & Halifax) Tues Oct il Manitoban, Tuesday, Nov. 4 The M80il Steamships for HALIFAX, NORFOLK., and BALTI- MoRE, sail as f"Haws:- Forwarding Passengers by Rail to all parts of the Middle Western, south Western and Southern States. Nestoriac. Tuesday, Nov. 4 Cabin Passage to Halifax, Portland, Quebec, Boston, New York, Norfolk. Baltimore, or Philadelphia, .l:13 bs. or £ 15 15s. according to accommodation, including Provisions but not wines or liquors, w1Ji<:h can he e)btaincd on board. Return Tickets at reduced Rates. A limiteÜ numher of inter mediate jassengers taken in each Steamer, at £9 us, including Beds, Bedding, ind ill necessary utensils, dining apart from steerage. Applications :or berths to VC made in advance. Steerage Passage to St. John, Halifax, Portland, Quebec, Boston New York, Norfolk, or Baltimore, J::H 0s, including a plentiful supply of cooked provisions. Steerage Stewardesses are carried by this line to attend to the wants of female passengers aaù children. Baggage taken from tM Ocean Steamthipt to tile Eaikeay Car. Free of Expense. Any information required concerning Canada, can be obtained from Mr. Dixon, 11, Adam Street, Adelphi, London. Agent for the Canadian Government. Pa.mph1"t¡; on Canada supplied gratis by our agents. Shortest ROGTE to SAN FRANCISCO, Ð1<S the UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. THROUGH TICKETS issued on the most favourable terms. For Freight or Passago, apply to ALLAN BROTHERS A CO., Alexandra Buildings, James Street, Liverpool, and 86, Foyle Street, Londonderry. or to MR.. JOHN COPKLAND, 124, High Street. Merthyr and Mr. J. T. MORGAN, 19, Glebeland-street, Merthyr. Company's SPECIAL NOTICE TO EMIGRANTS. We adviM Passengers to obtain their Tickets from our ÅJ8Dtq before leaving home. 6052 The beat and Cheapest Route for Passengers from the West of England to the United States is by the RE AT WESTERN STEAM-SHIP" LINE U —— BRISTOL AND NEW YORK. jlMl^ FIRST-CLASS ^CREW^STEAMSHIPS ef^ this Line are intended to SAIL as LADY LYEETT, 2,000 Tons SATURDAY, NOV, 1 ARKAGON, 1,500 Tons SATURDAY, NOV. 8 GREAT WESTERN, 2,000 .In November CORNWALL, 2,000 Tons (Building) Cabin Fare to New York, 13 Guineas.—Return Tickefs, 20 Guineas. Intermediate 8.j guineas: Steerage 6 guineas; including fare from any Railway Station in the West of England and South Wales, to New York, Boston or Philadelphia. —Mattresses provided. The Vessels of this Line do not call at any Irish port but proceed direct from Bristol to New York. Passengers mav be booked through to all parts of the United States and Canada on very moderate terms. To secure berths Itc., apply to MARK WHITWILL and Sox, Grove, Queen-square, Bristol —or to J. T. Morgan, HI. Glebeland-street, Merthyr Tydfil John Morgan. Post-master, Pontypool Harse and Brown' Newport. Mon. G. P. Webb and Co., Cardie M. Jones and Bros., Swansea J. Callaway, Mountain Ash C. F. Howard, Greenfield, Llanelly George F. Price, Church- )). e;t, Pontypridd; J. Corbet, 121, Vale terrace, Tredegar John R. Taytor, Post Office, Pontymeistr Samuel Williams, 2, indsor-terrace. Neath and John J. Chalinder, Stationer, Llaneily House, Llanelly, Passengers are recommended to obtain their Tickets from nur Age 11 to Nefore leaving home. ^54 L i'1. ENT IN AMERICA. "pERSON* desiring EM PLOY- J- MENT in the L'NIT ED STA1ES or iiUilg.' 'fCanada can leara, on Personal AppUcatien l/gJgjjSSEZL the fate ot «\ages (which ii. California are very high;, Passage Fares, and other official Particulars. Pamphlets, eireulars ic„ tree by post on re< eict Of two stamps, rtr-t AMERICA AS IT IS. A volume of official information upon everv nart of tut UNITED STATES, Wages, 4c., Price S.xpenee, post free Apply to Rebd It Kbim, United States ana Canadian Emi- gratlon and Banking Agency, 36 Finsbury Circus, Loudon. ALTERATION OF DAYS OF SAILING. CORK, NEWPORT, AND CARDIFF, 'FIESst'F^!S PASSENGER Ts^S. J- STEAMERS leave Cork fnr I II ^KWPOilTana with Goods and Passenger-, every Mondav cAllino- ~t from NEWPORT every Wednesday and toiu every Thursday until further notice. Fares: — Cabin, 17S, 6d.; Deck, 7s. Cabin Return Ticket available for one moath, il 7K. For particulars see small BiUs* AGE-TTS. Cardiff—Mr h. C. UowSIWG, Shipbroker Buto Cocks; Newoort—Mr, JaX-j» Mahdoces Cork Clix Ot CQRS SIBak PACXM COMPAFX, Limitsb. I SINGER'S SEWING MACHINES. NEW BRANCH OFFICE FOR MERTHYR TYDFIL. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 103, OXFORD STREET, SWANSEA, RESPECTFULLY intimate that, considering the importance of the town of Merthyr Tydfil as a centre of RESPECTFULLY intimate that, considering the importance of the town of Merthyr Tydfil aa a centre of aQd the large and rapidly increasing demand for Singer's Machines in the district, they hare OPENED A BRANCH OF THEIR OWN under the management of Mr LUKE OWEN, at No. 1, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL, for the sale of their popular Machines, together with every requisite for their proper use. Mr LOKE OWHK pur- poses waiting upon all interested in Sewing Machines forthwith. Intending purchasers will therefore do well to see him personally before settling the puzzling question, What Machine shall I buy ?" All communications will receive prompt attention, addressed to THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, No. 1, VICTORIA STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. Instructions on the Machine, together with Price Listi and Samples of Work Free of Charge. 6020 nJ"tTTr'r"T' ..r.r-oo I T jl IJx -L1J OL;.LLvkjij, MhRI MXit I (Recently conducted by Mr. E. Williams, ALA. deceased). ME. J. J. COPLAND, M.A., J EESPECTFULLY announces that he has suc- ceeded as Principal of the above well-known School, so successfully carried on for many years by the late Mr E. Williams, M.A. The long experience Mr COPLAND has obtained in Bath and elsewhere ia important Classical and Com- mercial Schools, and the recommendations with which t he is favoured, induce him to believe that in conducting the Tydfil School his experience and undivided atten- tion will ensure him the support and patronage of Heads of Families and Guardians. Mr COPLAND has successfully prepared Pupils for Matriculation in the London and other Universities, for Professional and other Examinations, and the experi- ence he has had enables him to ensure for every Pupil placed under his care a sound Classical and Commercial Education, fitting the career in life intended in each case. The Domestic arrangements of the School are under the supervision of Mrs COPLAND. Boarders enjoy the most liberal treatment, and every care is exercised to provide all the comforts of Home. The School was Re-opaned on Monday, September 22nd, 1873. Terms, Prospectuses, &c., on application. 6008 PUBLIC NOTICE. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that I will not hold J. myself responsible for any Debt that my wife, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, now residing at the Neptune Inn, Dowlais, may contract in my name, as she is not authorized to obtain any goods on my credit. DAVID WILLIAMS, Keeper. No. 50, Branch End, near Middlesborough, October 10th, 1873. 6081 M ERTHY R T Y DFI L. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, TWELVE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES and PREMISES, situate in GEORGE TOWN, in the occupation of Mrs Vickery, William Clark, John Edwards, and others, held for an unexpired term of lease 30 years. Ground rent £5 11s 11'd. Also one Leasehold DWELLING-HOUSE and PREMISES, situate at CAEDBAW, in the occupation of Mrs J enkins, held for an unexpired term of lease 52 years. Ground rent £1 4s 2d. Further particulars may be obtained of Mr JOHN BEVAN, 10, Nantygwenith-street, Merthyr Tydfil, or of Mr EDWARD DAVID, Llandaff. 6 -84 "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.See Deuteronomy, chap. xii., verse 23. c E A- IEZ I,, I s WORLD FAMED BLOOD MIXTrl HE. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurry, Skin Diseases, and sores of al kinds it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cure* Old Sores. Curei Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cures Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever cause arising. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of cither sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value.—Thousands of Testimonials from all parts.- Sold in Bottles 2. 3d. each, and in Cases, containing six times the quantity, lis. each-sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority 0. long-standing cases.—By all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the United King- dom and the World, or sent to any address on receipt of 27 or 13'2 stamps by F. J. CLARKE, Chemist, High-street, Lincoln, Wholesale: All Patent Medicine Houses. 60.57 LOCAL AGENTS Mr L. P. Jones, Ebbw Vale. Mr W. J. While, 128, High street, Merthyr. ELECTRICITY IS LIFE GALVANISM. — NATURE'S CHIEF RE- \JT STORER OF IMPAIRED VITAL ENERGY—A STORER OF IMPAIRED VITAL ENERGY.-A PAMPHLET on Self-applicable Electricity, demon- strating the most effectual, rational, and simple galvanic treatment of nervous and rheumatic pains, debility, indigestion, nervousness, paralysis, neu- ralgia, epilepsy, cramp, functional disorders, Ac., as realised exclusively by the use of PULVERMA- CHKR'8 improved PATENT GALVANIC CHAIN BANDS, BELTS, and POCKET SELF-RESTOR- ABLE CHAIN BATTERIES, <&o. Approved by the Academie de Medicine, Paris the Royal College of Physicians, Louden, &c. substantiated by medical reports and authenticated testimonials, including Sir C. Locock, Bart., M.D., Sir William Fergusson, Bart., Sir J. R. Martin, Bart., M.D., Dr. E. Sieveking, M.D., Dr. A. Clark, Physician to the London Hospital. This pamphlet (sent post free), treats why and "wherefore" these Galvanic arrangements have proved most efficacious, even in cases where other electrical apparatus and ordinary medical treatment have been tried in vain, especially in those ailmbnts resulting from deficiency of vital electricity in the affected organs.-Apply to J. L. PULVERMACHER, Galvanic Establishmeut, 191, Regent Street, W. or at Mr. Joy's, or Mr. Hayman's Agents for Neath, where Pamphlet and full Price List can be obtained post 589t FU UNITU RE U: Warranted, packed and delivered CARRIAGE FREE t t to any Railway Station in the Kingdom. R COX & CO.'S CATALOGUE, Post Free. N Four-Roomed House furnished for £ 10 0 0 Single Parlour, ditto 5 0 0 Drawing Room complete in Italian Walnut 18 5 0 I Dining itoom, of Mahogany 15 0 0 Bed Room (10 Articles) 2 12 0 A single article of Furniture at equally low prices. T The advantages of COX & CO.'S system of business — gives the purchaser U GOODS OF THE BEST WORKMANSHIP AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. RA11 orders executed direct from the workshop, so that intermediate profits are avoided. -p COX &~co FINSBURY SQUARE BUILDINGS CHISWELL STREET, LONDON. 5973 TO STEAM BOILER USERS. SAVE 20 PER CENT. OF FUEL by fixin- '•GALLOWAY" TUBES in BOILER FLUES! Extracts from letters received. From EDICCKD BUTTEBWOBTH and SONS, Saddle worth.— Since the alteration, the productioll of steam in the same boiler has not only been larger, but much more regular and we can safely say with at least 20 per cent less fuel." From ROBT. OXTOKY and Sow, Hull.—" The saving in coal to us is pretty near one third. We shall have great pleasure in .recommending them to others." K p e From the SAMPSOH M ARTIFACT OUT, St. Peteraburgh.—" We have measured the quantity of water carefully, and made three trials, and the result is, that the boiler is one third more powerful than it was before putting in the Galloway Tubes." Further information can be obtained by application to W. and J. GALLOWAY and SONS, Engineers, MARCHES THE. 6080 COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. THE LICENSING ACT, 1872. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Licensing Committee of the County of Glamorgan will meet by adjourment at the BOARD ROOM, MERTHYR TYDFIL, on THURSDAY, the Twenty-third day of OCTO- BER, 187:3, at noon, when and where all persons applying for confirmation of their respective Licenses are required to attend personally, or by their Attornies. GENERAL RULES. "That persons applying for confirmation of Ne wLicenses shall send to the Clerk of the Peace seven days before the meeting of the Committee, full particulars of the size, position, and also a plan of the house and premises for which a license is sought, as well as the number of public-houses or beer-houses in the parish, or hamlet in which the house proposed to be licensed is situate' the population of the parish, and the distance ef such house from existing licensed houses and also any other particulars the Committee may, from time to time direct the Clerk to require." By order, THO. DALTON, Clerk of the Peace. Cardiff, 3rd October, 1873. 6085 OLD PAPERS AND PARCHMENTS, — CHARLES T. JEFFRIES and SONS, Wholesale and Export Stationers, &c., Canynge Buildings, ltedcliff-street Bri.-i.ol, are prepared to give a very high price for any sort of OLD PAPERS for re-manufacturing into Paper, &c. Upon receipt of instruction addressed, "Waste Department, Bags will be sent for packing the same, remitS011 ™<TP G?°di' the value *>« forthwith excess of^thTt'nmian888" pr?ces wiil be found much in J excess of that usually given by dealers and others. 6048 I TUITION. WANTED-A Gentleman to attend daily one mile V V out of Merthyr, to give Latin lessons to chil- dren.-Apply, by letter, to A.G., Telegraph Office, Merthyr. 6088 TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WANTED—A respectable youth as an AP- PRENTICE to the General Drapery business. —Apply to Mr E. MEREDITH, Waterloo House, Mer. thyr Tydfil. 6089 ECONOMY OF FUEL. THE "GALLOWAY" CONICAL TUBES are now being extensively introduced into existing Boilers, and effect a saving of from 15 to 25 per cent.-For "nd particulars, apply to W. and J* GALLOWAY and oO.NS, Engineers and Boiler Makers, Knot Mill Ironworks, Manchegter. Upwards of 130.000 of these Tubes are now In use; they strengthen the flues and improve the water circulation. THE ABERTHA W LIME & CEMENT Co., NEWPORT, MON., ARE prepared to supply Best Aberthaw (Blue Lias) Lump and Greund Lime. Bast Cement and Plaster of Paris in any quantities. WORKS-NEWPORT, MON. HEAD OFFICE — 3, GLOUCESTER CHAMBERS, SWANSEA. 6011 POPLAR COTTAGE, MERTHYR, To LET. TO LET (with possession on the 31st October next), the above Detached Private House, situate near Jackson s Bridge. It contains four bed-rooms, four rooms on the ground floor, and kitchen underneath. There is adjoining a large enclosed garden, with a ware- house and stable, and it is in every respect a most desirable residence for a respectable private family. Apply to Mr H. Griffiths, senior, butcher, Victoria- Street, Merthyr TydfiL 5960 REMOVAL OF OFFICES. MESSRS. PEARCE AND'SHAPTON BEG to inform their friends and the publio that they have Removed their Offices to PONTTCAPEL BREWERY, near Merthyr. All orders and communications addressed there will have prompt attention. 6016 WILKINS AND BAILEY, COAL AND COKE BROKERS, MERTHYR TYDFIL. RETA!L YARD opened at the Vale of Neath Station,on the site lately owned by MB. JENKIXS, of whom they have purchased the Yard. Best qualities of icoal, of unquestioned weight, and at latest Market Pr ces. 6063 MERTHYR TYDFIL LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. HEREBY GIVEN, that there ia now FOK SALE upon the Farm of the Board, at Troed- yrhiw, the following growing Crops in prime condition, viz :-ITALIAN RYE GRASS, CABBAGES, PBAS, TUBSIPS, ONIONS, AND PARSLEY. William MacDonald will show the crops, and state the prices. Mr Havard, Board of Health Offices, Merthyr, or Mr Sharp, Post Office, Troedyrhiw, will issue orders for delivery, on receipt of Cash. THOMAS WILLIAMS, *r Clerk to the Board. Merthyr Tydfil, July 9th, 1873. 5917 NOTICE OF:REMOVAL T J DAYIES, Late of the Temple Bar Tavern, RESPECTFULLY thanks his Friends and the • Public for the liberal patronage accorded him whilst at the Temple Bar Tavern. He now desires to intimate that he has just Removed to the VOLUNTEER INN, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR; Where he hopes to receive a continuauce of public support. Patrons will find every attention paid to secure their enjoyment, and the quality of all Refresh. ments, whether Ales, Wines, or Spirits, will always be found unsurpassed in the District. 6064 VIENNA EXHIBITION. HIGHEST MEDAL AWARDED H TO MESSRS. A. B. FLEMING & Co., MANUFACTURERS OF THE VEGETABLE MACHINERY OIL. 3s 6d. per Gallon. REFINERIES NEAR EDINBURGH. Contractors to H.M. Government, East and West India Docks, and the principal Shipbuilders and Engineers in the kingdom. 6086 MOUNTAIN ASH LOCAL BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. TC°™E,IS HEREBY^TYEN, that the Mountain o J rn-nm ?°aiU lrmte> prepared to ac- cept, TENDERS for Forming, Paving, Curbing, and Channelling so much of that part of Darran-road within their district as is shown on the plan prepared by tke Surveyor and approved by the said Board, The plan and specification may be seen, and form of ierw ^med'> £ ffiae of the 8aid Local Board, in the.Workman s Hali Mountain Ash, on any Mon- day, Thursday, or Saturday. Sealed Tenders endorsed "Tenderll for Improving Darran-road," to be sent to me at or before One o'clock on Monday, the 3rd day of November, 1873. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. By order, w u > t?mP;,LINT0N, cl«k to the Board, Workman's Hall, Mountain Ash, October 6th, 1873; gQgj BOROUGH OF MERTHYR TYDFIL. NOTICE TO PRINTERS. PRINTERS resident within the said Borough, who are desirous of Contracting for the Printing of wie Borough Register of Voters for the next year are requested to send TENDERS to me, the undmiMed^ oZ.trvh<;25ih daVf 0cTOBER ^stant, at my Offices, 26, Victoria-street, Merthyr TydfiL Particulars of the Printing required to be done can be obtained on personal application to me at my Office*. JOHN MORGAN, Town Clerk of the said Borlough. Tydfil, 16th October, 1873. SALUTATION INN, PLYMOUTH STREET MERTHYR TYDFIL. MORGAN LLOYD, Pattern Maker, Carpenter and Undertaker, T>EGS to acquaint his Friends and the Public in th?abogveeDtries re-commen<*d business in the above trades. teiuion0^613 entrU8ted to him have his best at- Coffins made on the shortest notice, and at the most reasonable prices. most ESTABLISHED FOURTEEN YEARS. DOWLAIS COAL. VALE OF NEATH STATION MERTHYR BRANCH YARDS NEAR GOAT MILLS ANDIVOB WORKS, DOWLAIS. JOHN MORGAN, COAL MERCHANT AND CONTRACTOR returns his warmest thanks to his numerous friends ana customers for their most cordial support and patronage and trusts that by his prompt and attention to the coal trade, he will secure the iama amount of success he has hitherto enjoyed. If you want good coal for steam and domestic mir poses get the Dowlais Celebrated Rhas Las Coal If you don't want your children and carnetn burnt, Io'r!ho DowUi" ^,or"wmnotf-SKbSu!; If you want durable smokeless coal, zet n i J 1 Coal, tho best ever offered for sale in thfdistrict < Ask for Dowlais Coal, and see that you tret it for 1 hood. mferi°r C°al3 B°ld 'n the t0Wn and neigh W s Ordera may be left at 59, Tramroad Terrace, Merthyr 1 or at the various Yards. c TERM a CASH MONTHLY. 6070 t I FURNISHED APARTMENTS WANTED by a Single Gentleman who has come TV to reside permanently at Merthyr.—Apply by letter C," at the Office of this paper. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. WANTED-A HOUSEKEEPER in a Branch Establishment, where no other servant is kept. -Apply to Mr Wis. HARRIS, 144, Higli-street, Merthyr Tydfil. 6087 SALE BY MR. 0. SHELLARD. GBIiAT SALE OF NUBSEUY STOCK, AT THE WHITE CROSS NURSERIES, HEREFORD, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1873. MR. O. SHELLARD IS instructed by the Proprietor, Mr G. DAYISON, to SELL BY AUCTION, in Lots to suit all purchasers, the following transplanted NURSERY STOCK :—300,000 Larch. 2C),OQ Ash, 60,000 Scotch Fir, 60,000 Spruce, 20,000 Beech, 20,000 Birch, 30,000 Sycamore, 20 000 Laurel, 10,000 Portugal Laurel, 10,000 Maple, 60,000 Hazel, 30,()0 Spanish Chesnut, 30,000 Puius Austriaca, 10,C )0 Standard Roses, 12,000 Dwarf Roses; also a large quantity of fine Specimen Shrubs, &c., in great variety. Catalogues, one week prior to Sale, on application to Mr G. DAVISON, at the Nurseries, or the Auctioneer, Hereford. Sale at Twelve for One o'clock punctually.

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