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FOR SALE, ON HIGHLY ADVANTAGEOUS TESMS, SOME NEW AND VERY BEAUTIFUL PIA OFO RTES Esquire at the Residence of MR. EDWARD LAW RANGE, Professor of Music and Ornanist of St. David Church, ADDRESS :— 6023 2, COURTLAND TERRACE, 1TERTHYR. QASSELL'S PUKE UNCOLOURED TEAS & CASSELUS COFFEES. CASSELL'8 ORIENTAL COFFEE consists of a selection of the finest growths of East India. In the process of roasting and grinding the full strength and hue aroma are preserved, senderiuir it equal to the Coffee so much prized in ORIENTAL COUNTRIES, THE PERFECTION of COFFEE. Price 28. per 19. CASSELL'S COFFEES are also supplied at is. 1B. 2d. 11- 4d., Is. 6d„ Is. 8d., and Is. lOd. per lu m Canis- ters and air'-tieht Packages from one ounce t°nonet^1ri'^ Agents, Grocers, Chemists, Confectioners, &c., throughout the kingdom. CASSELL'S PURE UN COLOURED TEAS. CASSELL'S TEAS are pure and free from any facing powder or other injurious matter, the Green as -well as the Black is the natural colour of the leaf, :t has not therefore the bright green hue of ordinary Green Teas, which ara faced by the Chinese with mineral powder or o'hor colour- ing matter to give them appearance. By the U»e or CASSBLL 0 TEAS real purity and uniform good quality are at all .imes ensured. CASSELL'S PURE U^cotoraBB TEA 2S.»2S. 4d. andiiS.Sd.perlb. CJLSSBLL'S PCRE UNCOLOTJBED TEA, finest qualities, 3s., 3s. 6d. and 4s. per lb. in Packets of 2 0:1:. to 3 lb. Sold by Agents, Grocers* Chemists, Confectioner., g-c., throughout tk. kingdom. AGENCY.—To place CASSELL'S well-known TEAS AJTD COPFBBS within the reach of "very family in the kingdom. Agents are required in every neighbour- hood not yet fully supplied. For terms, apply to CASSBLL, SMITH, & Co SO, Fenchurch Street, London. 6049 —« —< "ANCHOR" LINE. L A S G o w TO NEW Y 0 R K. The Steamers of this Line are despatched from GLASGOW FOR NEW-YORK EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY, (Calling at Moville, Lough Foyl», to Embark Passengers.) FAKES SALOOK CABIN, 12, 13, 14, AND 15 GUINEAS. n 'J'q V6w*York INTERM EDIATE, EIGHT GUINEAS. BOGJON> BAHI: STBEIUO*, SII GUINEAS. ) more A Quebec Passengers Booked at Lowest Fares to all parts of the United States and Canada. For further particulars apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS, 30, Foyle-street, Londonderry or 49, Union-street, Glasgow; or to J. MGRGAX, Sox, and Co.. Cardiff; J. T. MOROA.V, 19, Glebeland, Merthyr Tydfil; or to G. BARLOW, 17, Well-street, Dowlais. To prevent disappointment, intending Passengers are re commended to obtain Passage Tickets from Local Agents of the" Anchor Line before leaving home. 60o0 CARDIFF TO NEW YùRK. 1 TVRECT STEAM C'OMMUNI- < 4 jfc JL7 CATION BETWEEN TH3 BRISTOL L BRISTOL CHANNEL THE eXITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA. The SOUTH WALES ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COM- PANY'S New, first-class, full-powered, Clyde built Steamships, GLAMORGAN, 2,500 Tons, 500 h.p. PEMBROKE, 2,500 Tons, 500 h.p. CARMARTHEN, 3,000 T^ns, 600 h.p. or other First-class Steamers, will sail regularly between CAR- DIFF and NEW YURK, These Steamships are built expressly for thf Trade, and fitte up with all the latest improvements for ti'.e comfort and con-, yenience of Cabin and Storage Passenger Steerage Passen- gers provided with mattresses. A Stewardess carried tor the female Emigrants. The PEMBROKE will Sail on Saturday, November 1st to be followed by the GLAMORGAN. For further particulars apply to W. J. Presswell. 1, Castle- street, Merthyr or to E. G. Price, or Isaac Thomas, 21, Seymour-street, Aberdare; or to Mr. H. A.. Lewis, Postmaster, Ebbw Vale or at the Company's Office, 1, Dock Chambers, Cardifif. 6051 1 "ALLAN" ROYAL MAIL LINE SHORTEST SEA PASSAGE T0 CANADA, AND Tire UNITED STATES.—Shortest Route to the West. The superb Steam- ships of this Line now run li act every Tue«d-tv and Thursday from LIVERPOOL, to QrKMEC, forwarding I'A. G'jrs to NEW YOBX and Bo>\ToN, allll to ALL CITIES and TOWNS in CANADA and the LXITED STATUS. FRox LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC. Scandinavian, Thurs. Xov. ô Nestorian, Thursday Dec. 11 Manitoban, Tuesday Xov. 11 Canadian, Tuesday, Dec. 16 Prussian, Thursday Xov. 13 Polynesian, Thursday Dec. 18 North Americau, Tues. Nov IS Peruvian, Tuesday Dec. 23 Caspian, Thursday Nov. 20 Prussian, Thursday Dec. 25 Phoenician, Tuesday Nov. 25 North American, Tues.Dec. 39 Sarmatian, Thursday Nov. 27 1874. Corinthian. Tuesday Dec. 2 Nova Scotian, Thurs. Jan. 1 Circassian, Thursday Dec. 4 Phœnician, Tuesday Jan. 9 Waldenslan, Tuesday Dec. 9 Tho Mail Steamships for HALIFAX, NORFOLK., and BALT1" MORE, sail as follows;- Forwarding Passengers by Rail to all parts of the Middle Western, South Western and Southern States. Hibernian, via St. John's, Austrian, :via St. John's., Tuesday Nov. 4 Tuesday Dec. 2 Nova Scotian, (via st. John's' Manitoban, Tuesday Dec. l'j Tuesday Nov. 18 Cabin Passage to Halifax, Portland, Quebec, Boston, >iew York. Xorfulk Baltimore, or Philadelphia, £ 18 ISs. or £ 15 158. according £0 accommodation, including Provisions hut not wines or liquors, wbich can be ubt"ined on board. Return Tkkets at reduced Rates. A limited number of intermediate ras8engers taken in each Steamer, at J £ 9 L's, including BecJ' Bedding, and all necessary utensils, dining apart from steer Applications for berths to be made in advance, a Steerage Passage to St. John, Halifax, Portland, Quebec Boston, New York, Norfolk, or Baltimore, £6 6s, ir.eiuding a plentiful supply of cooked provisions. Steerage Stewardesses are carried by this line to attend to the wants of female passengers and children. Baggage taken from the Ocean Steamships to the SaUtcx* Cars Free of Expense. Any information required concerning Canada, can be obtained from Mr. Dixon, 11, Adam Street, Adelphi, London, Agent for the Canadian Government. Pamphlets on Canada supplied gratis by our agents. SHORTEST ROUTE to SAN FRANCISCO, via the ITNION PACIFIC RAILROAD. THROUGH TICKETS issued on the most favourable terms. For Freight or Passage annly to ALLAN BROTHERS & CO, Alexandra Buildings, James Street, Liverpool, and 35, Foyle Street, Londonderry. or to MR. JOHN COPELAND, 124, High Street, Merthyr and Mr. J. T. MORGAN, IS, Glebeland-street, Merthyr. COMPANY'S SPECIAL NOTICE TO EMI.IAA.VRS We advise Passengers to obtain their Tickets from our Agent 1 ÐetorQ leaving hODld. 6052 The best and Cheapest Route for Passengers from the West of England to the United States is by the ''QREAT WESTERN STEAM-SHIP" LINE I BRISTOL AND NEW YORK. FIRST-C L A SST1 CRi/w'sTE A y™IP„ ^SaBIS follows3in9 We Uteaded o SAIL as THE FINE. FIRST-C L A SST1 CRi/w'sTE A y™IP„ ^SaBIS follows3in9 We Uteaded o SAIL as ARRAGON, 1,500 Tons T LADY LYEETT, 2,OOo Tons t ~lovem[)er GREAT WESTERN, 2,00t) In^oven]ber CORNWALL, 2,000 TONA (3&S;' (nuilùinl) Cabin Fare to New York, 13 C rUjneas_—Return Tickets, 20 Guineas, Intermediate ^uineu,): Steerage 6guineas; including fare from anjr^ Railway Station in the West of England apd South N ales, to New York, Boston, or Philadelphia.— M»t'„re88e3 provided. The Vessels <* £ *>'3 Line do not call at any Irish port, but proceed direct Bristol to New York. Passengers may be booked through to all parts of the United states and Canada on ve'.y moderate terms. To secur-: berths &c., apply to MARK W'^TWILL and SON, Grove, Queen-square, Bristol, —or to J.'f, Morgan. 19, Glebeland-street, Merthyr Ty<lfll' Joseph Morgan, Post-office, Pontypool; Harse and Brown, JlewTvort, Mon. G. F. Webb and Co., Cardir: M. Jones and Bros., Swansea; J. Callaway, Mountain Ash C. F. Howard, Greenfield, Llanelly George F. Price, Church- street, Pontypridd J. Corbet, IiI, Vale terrace, Tredegar John R. Taylor, Post Office, Pontymeistr Samuel Williams, 2, Windsor-terrace, Neath and John J. Chalinder, Stationer, Llanelly House, Llanelly, Passengers are recommended to obtain their Tickets from our Agents before leaving home. 6054 EMPLOYMENT IN AMERICA 1 »Ji|> PERSOKS desiring EMPLOY- <|k|LSRw JL MENT ia the UNITED STA1ES or Canada can learn, on Personal Appilcatien, the rate of KVages (which IL <. alItornia are very high", Passage Fares, aud other official Particulars, pamphlets, e:reulars Itc.. tree by post on receipt of two stamps, \)Û-;j AMERICA AS IT IS. A volume of official information upon every part of THE UNITED STATES, Wages, Ac., Price Sixner'v, post free Apply to EBBD 4 KEIM, United States aj Canadian Emi- gration and Banking Agency, 36 Finsbury Circus, London. ALTERATION of^>ays OF SAILING. CORK, NEWPORT, AND CARDIFF. "THIRST-CLASS PASSENGER JJ STEAMERS leave COBI for NEWPORT and CAKDiff, with Goods and Passengers, every Monday, calling at MILJTOKO, returning from XE-WTORT every Wednesday, and rom CA RDIKF EVERY Thursday until further notice. Fares: — cabin, 17a.^ Qe(.|i] (jabfa Return Ticket, available ior one month, -a j,'or part1C;uii"« see small Bills. Cardiif—Mr E. C. Do'G- Shipbroker, Bute Docks Newport—Mr, JAJCBS JiAZ>Docga. 6055 S«rk—CIXX oz COKX SR £ AA PACKBX cottTAtr, Lmn-ED. 12TH GLAMORGAN RIFLE VOLUNTEER CORPS. The FIRST of a Series of PROMENADE CONCEETS (In aid of the Band Fund of the above Corps) will be given at the 3D3R,IIJIJ IHLA-IJXJ, T VDPTT, ON THURSDAY, 13TH NOVEMBER, 1873. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. The Concert will commence at 8 p.m. punctually. GELLYGAER SCHOOL BOARD. A BOY PUPIL TEACHER in his 1st, 2nd or 3rd Year, ia wanted at Troedyrhiwfuwch Board School or a suitable candidate who will be able to pass a satisfactory examination in subject smentioned— New Cede, 1873, First Schedule, and of 1st year. Applications to hand on or before November 14tb, 1873.—Address, CYNOG, Pontlottyn, near Cardiff. TO CONTRACTORS AND QUARRYMEN. I CONTRACTORS are invited to send in Tenders for C the opening out and working of the Lower Forest Quarry, near Mountain Ash, the property of Messrs. NIXON, ^TAYLOR A>TD CORT. All information and specifications can be seen by applying to Mr Walter Bell, Navigation Colliery Office, Mountain Ash, or at nysowen, Troedyrhiw, near Merthyr Tydfil. Tenders te be sent in on or betora the 7th of Novem- ber, addressed to Messrs. NIXON, TAYLOR AND CORY, Navigation Colliery, Mountain Ash. The work at present will be mostly loft topping, and cleaning out of quarry. Messrs. NIXON, TAYLOR AN» CORY do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. TYDFIL SCHOOL, MERTHYR (Recently conducted by Mr. E. Williams, M.A. deceased). ME. J. J. COPLAND, M.A., RESPECTFULLY announces that he has suc- R 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 ilil. important Classical and Com- mercial Schools, and the recommendations with which 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-opened on Monday, September 22nd, 1873. Terms, Prospectuses, &c., on application. 6008 "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE. "-See Deuteronomy, chap. xii., verse 23. CLARKE'S WORLD FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities cannot be too highly recommended. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and sores of al kinds it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures Old Sores. Cures 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 either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. Ihousands of Testimonials trom ail parts. Sold in Bottles 2;. 3d. each, and in Cases, containiug six times the quantity, lis. each-sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority ot long-standing cases.—Br all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the "United King- dom and the World, or sent to any address on receipt ot 27 or laJ stamps by F. J. CLARKE, Chemist, High-street, Lincoln Wholesale All Patent Medicine Houses. 60 J7 LOCAL AGENTS Mr L. P. Jones, Ebbw Vale. Mr W. J. While, 128, High street, Merthyr. GALVANISM. — NATURE'S CHIEF RE- G STORER OF IMPAIRED VITAL ENERGY.-A PAM PHLET on Self-applicabl? 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, &0.. u realised exclusively by the use of PULVJJUV't CHKR'8 improved PATENT GALVANIC rr,,Vv BANDS, BELTS, and POCKET SELF- ABLE CHAIN BATTERtES, «fcc. A»- „„ Academie de Medicine, Paris tiie V™ip f Physicians, London, 4c.; subst* Ljl'Ti" °. reports and authenticated tW'' nr.;»is f C. Locock, Bart., M.D., SI' V; ??™ v lncludlI?5 S/r Sir J. R. Martin Bart. n nr r ^er™n> Dr 4 Clark Phv-'• Ji D Dr- L bieveking, M.D., This Damnhlet -idan to the London Hospital. '• wLrefore ient Post free treats why and Droved mo- '^ese Galvanic arrangements have elertrimi' efficacious, even in cases where other havi >- apparatus and ordinary medical treatment r jeen tried in vain, especially in those ailments siting from deficiency of vital electricity in the affected organs.—Apply to J. L. PULVERMACHER, Galvanic Establishment, 194, 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 6058 T U R E. IT Warranted, packed and delivered CARRIAGE FREE j to any Railway Station in the Kingdom. £ J0X & C0-'S CATALOGUE, Post Free. N Four-Roomed House furnished for fin n o Single Parlour, ditto 5 0 0 Drawing Room complete in Italian Walnut IS 5 0 I Dining Room, of Mahogany 15 0 0 Bed Room ^10 Articles) 2 12 0 A single article of Furniture at equally low prices. 8 The advantages of COX & CO.'S system of business U* gives the purchaser GOODS OF THE BEST WORKMANSHIP AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. "p* All orders executed direct from the workshop, so J-/ that intermediate prolits are avoided. P! coxi"coM M FINSBURY SQUARE BUILDINGS CHISWELL STREET, LONDON. 5973 ECONOMY OF FUEL. THE "GALLOWAY" CONICAL TUBES are now being extensively introduced into existing Boilers, and effect a saving of from 1.') to 25 per cent.—For prices and particulars, apply to W. and J- GALLOW AY and SONS. Engineers and Boiler Makers, Knot Mill Ironworks Manchester. Upward* of 130.000 of these Tubes are now in use; they strengthen the flues and improve the water circulation. TO STEAM BOILER USERS. SAVE 20 PER CENT. OF FUEL by fixing '•GALLOWAY" TUBES in BOILER FLUES. Extracts from letters received. From EDMUND BCTTEEWORTH and SONS, Saddleworth. Since the alteration, the production of steam in the same boiler has not only been large, but much more regular, and we can safely say with at lea6t 20 per cent less fuel." From ROBT. OXTORY and SON, Hull.—"The saving in coal to us is pretty near one third. We shall have great pleasure in recommending them to others." From the SAMPSON MANUFACTORY, St. Petersburgh.—" 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, MANCHESTER. 0080 ESTABLISHED FOURTEEN YEARS. DOWLAIS COAL. VALE OF NEATH STATION MERTHYR, BRANCH YARDS NEAR GOAT MILLS AND IVOR WORKS, DOWLAIS. JOHN MORGAN, COAL MERCHANT AND CONTRACTOR, returns his warmest thanks to his numerous friends and customers for their most cordial support and patronage, and trusts that by his promptness and attention to the coal trade, he will secure the same amount of success he has hitherto enjoyed. If you want good coal for steam and domestic pur- poses get the Dowlais Celebrated Rhas Las Coal. If you don't want your children and carpets burnt, get the Dowlais Coal, for it will not sparkle along the floor. If you want durable smokeless coal, get the Dowlais Coal, the best ever offered for sale in the district. Ask for Dowlais Coal, and see that you get it for hood6 Me inferior coaIs solcl in tte town and neighbour- Orders may be left at 59, Tramroad Terrace Merthvr or at the various Yard*. Tms CASH MONTHLT. eoro WILKINS AND BAILEY, COAL MERCHANTS. MERTHYR. rpHE PARTNERSHIP existing between CHARLES «ST>T ,ROILKI^S and Adam Bailet is this day DIS- ilr BAILET selling out his interest in the concern. which henceforth will be carried on under the name of WILJKINS & Co. Orders received in the yard or at the Post-office, The best description of Coal sold, including the finest Cyfarthfa Smokeless Four Feet, and the well known Bargoed Binding. The Firm will exercise the greatest care in seeing that not only the best Coals are supplied, but proper weight given. 6094 THE SWANSEA SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. REGISTERED under the Companies' Acts, 1862 and 1867, by which the liability of each share- holder is limited to the amount of shares subscribed for. CAPITAL, £250,000, in 25,000 SHARES of JE10 EACH, With power to increase to £ 500,001, PayaHe jEl on application, X2 on allotment, Bl in six months from allotment, £1 in nine months, and jEl in twelve months. It is not anticipated that any future Call on the Shareholders will be made, but should it prove other- wise, such shall not exceed E2 per Share, or be at less intervals than three months. DIRECTORS THOMAS FORD, Esq., Mayor, Woodland Villa, Swansea. T. CORY, Esq. (Cory, Yeo, and Co.), Sketty House, owausea. J01/fvTv'rsmv8' j^ Ty-ar-y-Graig, Swansea. J. LI V lisGSTON, Esq. (Livingston, Richards, and Beaumont), Bryn-y-Coed, Swansea. J. E, BURGESS, Esq., South Hill Place, Swansea. ILpIAM H. TUCKER, Esq., Blairnant House, owansea. With power to add to their number. BANKERS:— THE SWANSEA BANK (LIMITED). SOLICITORS Messrs BROWN AND COLLINS. AUDITORS Messrs BARNARD, THOMAS, CAWKER, & Co. SHARE BROKERS:— Messrs SIDNEY OLD, DOWN, & Co., Swansea. SECRETARIES:— JAMES HENRY BURGESS, Esq., GEORGE SHADDICK, Esq. PROSPECTUS. The Company is formed with the object of carrying on the business of shipowners and merchants, and for this purpose for purchasing from time to time, as may be deemed expedient by the Directors, sailing ships and (or) steamers of first-class construction, and of such description as shall be considered best calculated to work advantageously for the benefit of its shareholders, an,l with due regard to their adaptability for the export and import trades of Swansea to and from all parts of the world. The directorate is composed of gentlemen of'practical experience in shipping and commercial matters, who are and have been for many years intimately connected with the trade of the port, and who strongly recommend this company to the consideration of the public. The company will be worked on strictly economical principles, under the sole management of its directors. No ariaagement has been made with the secretaries as to their remuneration, but they are quite prepared to accept whatever sum the directors may consider fair and reasonable. They are members of the firm of Messrs. Hurgess. bhaddick, and Co., and are well known for their experience in shipping matters. The directors have gone very carefully into the pros- pects of this company, and judging therefrom, and also from the result of similar undertakings, are unanimously of opinion that dividends oi 10 percent, per annum, and upwards, may reasonably be expected, after deduct- ing a portion of the profits sufficient to form an adequate reserve fund for depreciation, &c. The ships of the company will be fully insured with nrst-class underwriters, until in the opinion of the directors the number of vessels is sufficient to enable them to become their own underwriters. In deciding on the issue being in £10 shares, instead of a larger suni, the directors have had in view the desira- bility of placing them, as far as possible, within reach of all classes of the community, thus enabling all to MUp- port the undertaking, which it is calculated will prove conducive to tb/e general prosperity of the port, and trader*1 'arec^y and indirectly, to the whole of its '■"e accounts will be audited, and copies issued to the shareholders, and dividends declared half-yearly. Provisional certificates will be issued in exchange for the banker's receipts, and on completion of the pay- ments, the shares will be transferred into the name of each applicant, free of stamp duty or other charges, and the share certificates of the Company will be obtained and forwarded in due course. In the event of no allotment being made to any applicact, the deposit paid will he returned forthwith without deduction should a smaller amount be allotted than applied for, the balance paid on application will be applied towards part payment of the amount payable on allotment. Upwards of £40,000 have already been promised. An early application for shares is therefore solicited. The Articles of Association may be seen at the Offices of the Solicitors, Messrs Brown and Collins. Application, which must be accompanied by payment of fl on each share applied for, must be made on the next authorisod form, and can be forwarded either to the Bankers, or to the Solicitors, or to the Secretaries, Messrs Burgess, Shaddick, and Co., Swansea; Bute Docks. Cardiff or 16, South Castle-street, Liverpool or to the Sharebrokers, Messrs Sidney Old, Down, and Co., Adelaide-street, Swansea. FORM OF APPLICATION FOR SHARES, (To be retained by either of the Company's Bankers). To THE DIRECTORS OF THE SWANSEA SHIPPING COMPANY (LIMITED). Gentlemen,—Having pad to your credit, at the Bank, the sum of £ I request that you will allot me, Shares in the above Company, and I hereby agree to accept such shares, or any less number you may allot me, on the conditions stated in the Prospectus, and subject to the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Company. Name in full Address. Profession or Business Date. Signature. Swansea, 16th October, 1873. 6098 THE ABERTHAW LIME & CEMENT Co., NEWPORT, MON, ARE prepared to supply Best Aberthaw (Blue Lias) Lump and Ground Lime. Best Cement and Plaster of Paris in any quantities. WORKS—NEWPORT, MON. HEAD OFFICE — 3, GLOUCESTER CHAMBERS, SWANSEA. 6011 MERTHYR TYDFIL LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. "ATOTICE TS HEREBY GIVEN, that there ia now L i FOR SALE upon the Farm of the Board, at Troed- yrhiw, the following growing Crops in prime condition, viz :—ITALIAN RYE GRASS, CABBAGES, PEAS, TURNIPS, 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, Clerk to the Board. Merthyr Tydfil, July 9th, 1873. 5917 VIENNA EXHIBITION. HIGHEST MEDAL AWARDED H TO MESSRS. A. B. FLEMING & Co., MANUFACTURERS OF THE VEGETABLE MACHINERY OIL. 3s 6d per Gallon, in 20 Gallons and upwards, or 4s per Gallon in smaller quantities retail. REFINERIES NEAR EDINBURGH. Contractors to H.M. Government, East and West India Docks, and the principal Shipbuilders and Engineers in the kingdom. 6086 Wholesale Agent for Wales-Mr W. H. CLARK, Usk o i. Mon. Retail Agent for Merthyr-Mr W. JAMES, Ironmonger High-street* OLD PAPERS AND PARCHMENTS ExSStffi8 T" S?NS Wlolesfle:'and Bristol I" 0"6"' "fee Cacynge Buildings, Redcliff-street .Bristol, are prepared to give a very high nri(-« for anv sort of OLD PAPERS for re-manufacturing into Paper &c. Upon receipt of instruction addressed "Waste Deportment, Bags will be sent for packing 'the same and. upon receipt of Goods, the value will be forthwith remitted. Their prevent prices will be found much in excesB of that usually given by dealer* ana others. 6048 ERRAND BOY. WANTED-AN ERRAND BOY at the Telegraph VT Office, Merthyr. TUITION. WANTED—A Gentleman to attend daily one mile TV 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 f AP- PRENTICE to the General Drapery business. —Apply to Mr E. MEREDITH, Waterloo House, Mer- thyr Tydfil. 6089 SERVANT MAID. \\TANTED—A GENERAL SERVANT.—Apply V T at the Telegraph Office, Merthyr Tydfil. 6L00 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. T. J. TTA VIES, Late of the Temple Bar Tavern, RESPECTFULLY thanks his Friends and the I 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 STAR AND RAILWAY INN, ABERDARE. WILLIAM DANCE (late Sergeant of Police at 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 SALUTATION INN, PLYMOUTH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. MORGAF LLOYD, PATTERN MAKER, CARPENTER, AND UNDERTAKER, BEGS to acquaint his Friends and the Public in general that he has re-commenced business in the above trades. All orders entrusted to him will have his best at- tention. Coffins made on the shortest notice, and at the most reasonable prices. 6091 THREE HOUSES FOR SALE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, THREE COTTAGES, n excellent repair, situate at I MOUNT PLEASANT ROW, TROEDYRHIW. Good workmen's houses, with gardens in front and rear. Every convenience, and let to good tenants. Lease 90 years to run. Capital opportunity for investment.- Apply to D. THOMAS, 7, Pell-street, Swansea. REMOVAL OF OFFICES. MESSRS. PEARCE AND SHAPTON BEG to inform their friends and the public that thoy have Removed their Offices to PoKTYCAPIL BREWKRY, near Merthyr. All orders and communications addressed there will have prompt attention. 6016 ELEMENTARY" EDUCATION ACTS, 1870 AND 1873. COUNTY OF GLAAFORGAN. THE MERTIIYR TYDFIL SCHOOL BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, thai application by way of Petition, under the Seal of the said Merthyr Tjdfil School Board, is intended to be made to the Education Department, for an order authorising the said Merthyr Tydfil School Board to put in force the powers contained in the said Elementary Education Acts, for the purpose of purchasing and taking other- wise than by agreement the Laud and Premises herein- after mentioned, fof the purposes of erecting thereon a certain School and other necessary Buildings for the purposes of the said School Board, and required by the said School Board for carrying into effect the require- ments of the said Elementary Education Acts, 1870 and 1873, that is to iay- ALL THAT piece or parcel of Land or ground situate at Abercauaid, in the said parish of Merthyr Tydfil, and bounded on the north by some waste land and the National School-house and playground at Abercanaid aforesaid on the east by some waste land on the south by waste land and some cottages; and on the west by Chapel-street, Abercanaid, aforesaid and con- taining by estimation two roods, be the same more or less, and at present unoccupied. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN, that Plans and Sections of the said Land and Premises, with tha quan- tities thereof intended and proposed to be taken under and by virtue of the powers and authorities of the said Elementary Education Acts, may be seen and inspected at all reasonable hours at the Office of the undersigned, situate at Church-street, Merthyr Tydfil, in the County of Glamorgan, between the 24th day of October instant, and the 30th day of November next. Dated this 23rd day of October, 1873. SIMONS & PLEWS, 6099 Solicitors, Church-street, Merthyr Tydfil. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1869. In the County Court of Glamorganshire, holden at Aberdare. In the matter of a Special Resolution for Liquidation by Arrangement of the affairs of WILLIAM LlNDSET, of the Carpenters' Arms, Canon-street, in the town of Aberdare, in the County of Glamorgan, Innkeeper and Brewer. THE Creditors of the above-named WILLIAM LIKDSEY Who have not already proved their debts are re- quired, on or before the 10th day of November, 1873, to send their names and addresses, and the particulars of their debts or claims, to me, the undersigned JOHN DANIEL THOMAS, of No. 1, Camdon-place, Swansea, the Trustee under the Liquidation, or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the dividend proposed to be declared. Dated this 28th day of October, 1873. JOHN DANIEL THOMAS, Trustee. MR. DAVID EVANsYNOTICET" TRECYNON, ABERDARE. TO BREWERS, INNKEEPERS, SHOP- KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. VALUABLE PUBLIC HOUSE, SHOP, AND FOUR COTTAGES. MR. DAVID EVANS Is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, AT THE CROSS^INN," TRECYNON, ABERDAKB, ON TUESDAY, November 4th, 1873, at six o'clock in the evening (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), all that valuable LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, known as the "Cross Inn," situate at the Junction of Mill-street and Hirwain-road, the shop adjoining, and FOUR DWELLING HOUSES, in the following order LOT i.-All that DOUBLE-LICENSED PUBLIC HOUSE, called the Cross Inn," with Brew-house, Malt and Hay loft, yard, and offices adjoining, now in the occupation of Mr John Morgan. The Cross Inn," has a frllstage of 45ft., and has ample conveniences for carrying on a first-class trade. There are three clubs held in the house, and the club room is 36ft by 15ft., and it has a back entrance from Margaret-street. The house is now held on a sub-lease of 14 years (six of which are unexpired), at a yearly rental of £55. The above premises are held for the residue of a terra of 99 years, under two separate leases, dated respec- tively the 20th day of J une, 1850, and the 1st day of May, 1854, and will be sold subject to the apportioned yearly ground rent of E2 Is. LOT 2.—All that SHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE, adjoining the last-mentioned lot, in the occupation of Mrs While, at the yearly rental of £26. This lot is held for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 20th day of June, 1850, and will be sold sub- ject to the apportioned yearly ground rent of jEl. LOT S.-All those two MESSUAGES or DWEL- LING HOUSES, being Nos. 34 and 35, Margaret-street, at the back of the Cross Inn, in the occupation of respectable tenants, and producing together a yearly rental of Blended. This lot is held for a term of three lives or 99 years from the 1st day of May, 1854, and will be sold subject to c yearly ground rent of £2 3s lOd. L r 4.-All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HO .ES, being No. 13, Harriet-street, Trecynon, now n t iccupation of Mr Daniel Jones, and producing a y«*rly rental of £ S 5s 9d. J lot is held for the residue of a term of 90 years jo» Ait: 25th day of March, 1848, and will be sold sub- eet o the yearly ground rent of 6s 6d. T .è property comprised in the above lots is situated a one of the best parts of Aberdare, close to and over- 00 dug the Public Park, It is surrounded by collieries in full work, and is about a quarter of a mile from the LlwyiIcoed Iron Works. The rents now paid are the same :f tlu-y were before the advance of wages, and considerably below their present value. The population of thu (jistne. is fast increasing, and largo numbers of houses are uow in c.mise of building. Fm i her particulars way be obtained of the Auctioneer, 21, Canon-street, Aberdare, or of Messrs. LIHTOH and WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Aberdare. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE SWANSEA ROYAL & SOUTH WALES UNION FRIENDLY SOCIETY. (REGISTERED BY J. TIDD PRATT, ESQ.) Chief Offices-41, WIND STREET, SWANSEA. HAVE Opened District Offices in Pontypridd and Aberdare, Mr. D. O. THOMAS being appointed District Manager for Pontypridd, and Mr. THOMAS MORGAN, 63, Bute Street, Aberdare, is appointed District Manager for that place. £ yoo paid in the District. 6033 DR. HUNTER'S Special Loctures to Young Men, on HEALTH, ITS KESTORATION, AND HAPPY MARRIAGES. When to marry, with advice to those who contemplate marriago, poiating out certain impediments which render married life unhappy, and directions for their speedy removal. Should be read by all who value health, strength, and Manhood, and wish to attain a happy old age. Post free on receipt of two stamps.—Address, SKCBBTARY, Institute of Anatomy, Birmingham. 5990 RELIEF FROM COUGH IN TEN MINUTES. HAYMAN'S BALSAM of HOREHOUND, for JLX Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, and all disorders of the Cheat and Lungs. It promotes expectoration, abates fever, and allays the cough. Agreeable to the palate, it is admi- nistered with ease and safety to CUIL-DREN as well as ADULTS. It will be found to give instantaneous relief, and if perse- vered In it will scarcely everfail to effect a rapid cure. IMPORTANT TESTIMONIAL. Amport Firs, Andover, May 20th, 186g.-Bir,-I have for some years had your Balsam of Horehound for Mrs. H. B. Webater, and intended writing to tell you how much benefit she has derived. She was considered consumptive, but the Balsam has quite restored her, and she is now quite strong. I have recommended you dozens of customers, and all have been pleased with it.—I am, yours, Ac., H. B. WEBSTER. N.B.-There Is a saving In taking the larger bottles. Wholesale Agents:—W. Sutton & Co., Barclay & Sons London Collins A Roper, Bristol; and Evans, Sons, & Co., Liverpool. CAUTION—As unpricipled parties are offering an Imitation for sale, the public are requested to observe that the words HAYMAN'S BALSAM OF HOREHOUND" are stamped on the bottle, without which none are genuine. 6039 PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS, p Largest Stock in Wales. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, 4, QUBEN STRBBT, CROCKHERBTOWN, CARDIFP, AND 13 AND 13A, GUILDHALL-SQUARE, CARMARTHEN. Pil ANOFORTES By all the Best Makers. PIANOFORTES For Sale and Hire, on easy terms. PIANOFORTE Supplied on the Three Years' System HARMONIUMS For Churches and Chapels. HARMONIUMS For the Drawing-room, the School- room, or the Cottage. HARMONIUMS Supplied for Monthly Payments. Music half-price post free to any address. Captains and Shippers supplied on liberal terms. Price List post free on application. THOMPSON AND SHACKELL, CARDIFF AND CARMARTHEN 0016 I LU K ONLY two medicines really act upon the Liver; one is Mercury or Blue Pill, the other Dandelion. Thousands of constitutions have been destroyed by Mercury, Blue Pill, or Calomel. The only safe remedy is DR. KING'S DANDELION AND QUININE LITER PILLS. which act very gently on the Liver, giving immediate relief in all cases of Bile, Indigestion, Sick Headache, Loss of Appetite, Giddiness, Spasms, Heartburn, Flatulency, Nervous- ness, Gout, and all disorders of the Stomach and Liver. Sold by all chemists and medicine vendors, in boxes at Is. lid. 2s 9d. 4s. 6d. or fer stamps from J. ROKXR, 47, Mortimer- street, Cavendish Square, Lond. W. 6037 LIFE PRESERVERS. DAME EUROPA'S INFANT'S LIFE PRESERVERS. EVERY MOTHER in Europe, and in the World, will In the course of time use the above valuable medi- cine they have wonderful power in relieving, and, as if by mafic curing the Irritation of Teething, Convulsions, Lnna- mation of the Lungs. Fits, Costiveness, Sour Breath, Loose- ness of the Bowels, Constant Vomiting, Wheezing m the act of Breathing, Bronchitis, Small Pox, Scarlatina, Measles, and Feavers of all sorts. Thousands of Children die annually in England and Wales alone from improper treatment, which could be saved to their family and posterity, as sure as night follows day," if Mothers would use no other medicine but the Europa Life Preservers. They are warranted by the proprie- tor to excel in virtue every preparation hitherto offered to the public. They contain no preparation of opium er deadly mineral but are a compound of Vegetable Growths. The wonderful restorative action upon the infant system is not known but to the Inventor, who, after a practice extending over 25 years in his profession, has been enabled by severe and careful study to offer to Mothers such a safe and certain restorative, possessing in a marvellous degree such curative qualities rarely, if ever, attained, but through Providential agency-'the »« plus ultra of physical research—which has been appropriately denominated Dame Europa's Infant's Life Preservers —" Mothers by using them save their offspring, and escape the dreaded Doctor's bills. —Thousands of grati- fying testimonies have been received, and are daily pouring in recording their extraoidinary virtues.—Mr. John Jenkins, manager, Bwllfa Colliery, Rhondda Valley, states: Your Europa Powders ought to be universally known their useful- ness cannot be doubted; I always keep them in the house, &c.-Mr. Thomas Thomas, manager, Ton Foundry, Ystrad, Rhondda, sUtes: As for your Europa Life Preservers, their effects are wonderful. I always keep tham by me, and when- ever there's any disturbance of whatever kind in the health of any of my younger children, a dose or two of your Powders bring them round quickly. I recommend them all I possibly can. Mr. John Davies. chemist, Swansea, writes: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis's child, Gellyoir, Corseinon, near Llanelly^ has found wonderful relief from your celebrated Powders, Dame Europe's Infant's Life Preservers, after many other remedies had been tried in vain.-A Pembrokeshire Lady writes:—I formerly used Powders (using a well-known and excellent preparation), but since I was induced to try your Life Pre- servers, I have, for obvious reasons, discontinued all others -Mrs. AIfred Parfitt. Woodfleld Hotel, says-I have used your "Life Preservers" for years, and can speak of them in the highest terms. They are of no less value than what you represent them to be. 1 shall be happy to answer any inqniry that may be made as to their virtues.—IMPORTANT.—Ihe proprietor would wish those that give the "Europa Powders a trial. to understand that the first dose often it duces vomit- ing this must not alarm them. it is only a proof that the medicine is producing hopeful effects,—CAUTION.—When you ask for" Europa Life Preservers," see that you get them, as other apparently cheap but worthless substitutes may be offered by unprincipled parties. Every genuine packet has the proper label, and the Inventor's signature written on the Government stamp.—Non en—The title Dame Europa's Infants' Life Preservers" is copyright and entered at Stationer's Hall. -Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors, everywhere, in packets, at Is. lid, and 2s. 9d. each.—Whole- xale-Wm. Mather, Londoa and Manchester; Barclay & Sons most wholesale hounes and from the Sole Proprietor, B. A. George, Family Chemist, Pentre, Pontypridd. 6038 DRILL HALL, MERTHYR. Under the Patronge of Mrs CBAWSHAT, Cyfarthfa Castle. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! ON MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 17th, 1873. MRS. HOWARD PAUL Begs to announce tha.t she wil positively appear as above in her Popular LYEIC AisrnD DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT! On which occasion she will be assisted by MR. ARTHUR MATTHISON. Mrs HOWARD PAUL, yielding to the very numerous solicitations from the public, and the general desire for itsrepetition, will appear in her well-known impersona- tion of Mr SIMS REEVES. PIANISTE MDLLE. BLANCHE NAVARRE, Who will, during the evening, play Selections from the new and brilliant Opera, Fleur-de-Lys. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8 Carriages at 10. PRICES: Reserved Seats (numbered), 3s; Front Seats, 2s Second Seats, Is Back Seats, 6d. A Plan of the Hall will be issued with the circulars, after which seats may be booked at the Express Office.