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THE FEW YEAB, 1876. III" J. W. GUNN, FAMILY GROCER, CORN, FLOUR, AND PROVISION MERCHANT. PRIME STILTON, CHEDDER, DOUBLE GLO'STER, AND PRIZE AMERICAN CHEESE. WILTSHIRE SMOKED HAMS AND BACON. OX TONGUES IN PICKLE & SMOKE DRIED AND ALL DELICACIES FOR THE BREAKFAST TABLE. C J ( W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS. AGENT roiw BASS & Co's PALE AND BURTON ALES. ( GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT. In Casks and Bottles, all in prime condition for Christmas. TRY J. W. GUNN'S SELF RAISING FLOUR. SEE TESTIMONIAL FROM ED. DAVIES, Esq., SURGEON, OOURT HOUSE. Flour, Corn, and all goods delivered Free per own Vans to any part of the Neighbourhood. TtMM-A. all prices are calculated to give every advantage to the buyer, immediate cash payments are necessary J W. GUNN, 67 & 68, HIGH STREET. MERTHYR. OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE. 7360 BAXTER AND HIS TIMES. (BY SPECIAL REQUEST). WEDNESDAY, OBRUARY 9, 1876. THE REV. D~R. DONALD FEASER OF LONDON (Moderator of the English Presbyterian Church), will deliver a lecture On the above Subject in the TEMPERANCE HALL, MERTHYR, ON WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9TH, 1876. CHAIR TO BE TAKEN BY CHARLES H. JAMES. ESQ., AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. M, W 86 & 87, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. M\ W. ROBEET8, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL o nsr JS/L o nsr Q- 33 HZ, WHILST thanking his numerous Patrons for their kind favours durinc the n«t r««Tw.tA,n! • •<. s them to an inspection of hi, NEW STOCK, ,UT,teP FURNISHING AND OTHER IRONMONGERY. FCDP Special attention is L rmted to his Stock of GROCERS' TEA CANISTERS SPIIPO L which will compare f,»„„r.blj with th.» charged by *°- I*,C9" TH. attention of CAHPENTERS and JOINERS is invited to A large assortment of Planes, faaws, Edged, and Joiners' Tools of the best Makers. BTJILDETTS SUPPLIED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Dealer in Oils, Roofing Felt, and Vulcanized Indim Rubber Goods. PLUMBERS', BELL-HANGING, & GENERAL TIN-PLATE WORK EXFCT7TT?r> BY COMPETENT WORKMEN. 7362 The Cheapest Furniture Warehouse in Merthyr is at 6 fr 7, Victoria Street. MONEY SAVED IS MONEY GAINED. THE 15 PER CENT. REDUCTION Made up to the Public if they purchase at MOSES GOODMAN'S FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT, 6 7, VICTORIA-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. W°P?SER» LLFLLE ">" The Furniture offered is large, magnificent, and well a*sortt>D AND OF „„„„ », which he confiden.iy olier., BDH in mpect of QUALITY „,D PTIO< AN8UR[»NJI^ERTH« PMG.S hl—LL tl»« .11 GOODS ,O,5 H, Parties fcavhig the neighbourhood, wishing to dispose of their Goods mav rail «T.H TH.. he Mine -Two PIANOS ior Sale, in good order. A large stock of IRON BEDSTEADS olHWD «UH?Old'Prices T*LN# *° LENT OX GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, RINGS, ETC. 7341 A REE S THOMAS, C H E M I 8 T FAMILY WINE AND SPIRIT DEALER 143, HIGH STREET, MERTHYR REF £ SSFULLY INVITES ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING LIST OF WINES AND IiPIRITS FSW OR AJ 1 %^» 6J1" 33.,38. 6d. and 48. 6d. per Bottle. P?H, ,5 ^J'DROR?, H °?D L0S-» 32S" 14S* AND 16S* per Gallon. 01.N 2S« la. and 2S. 6D, PER Bottle, 12S» &ND 14S# UCR G&lloii RUM OR WHISKEY 2S. 2d., 2S. 7.1. and3s.ID JERFISSI 12-. 7A..N J IO DUNVILLE'S WHISKEY 3s. 6d. per Bottle. 8A' G*LLO°- HOLLANDS 2s. 8d. per Bottle. RUM SHRUB 2S. per Bottle. PEPPERMINT 2S. per Bottle. BRANDY, Pale or Brown, 2S. 3d., 2s. 8d. and 3s. Id ner BOTTLE FRENCH BRANDY, Pale or Briwn. FA. FA PER Bottle. RECTIFIED SPIRITS OE WINE, 56 O.P. FFR. MOET AND CHANDON'S CHAMPAGNE 72S. per Dozen Quarts AGENT FOR MESSRS. FELTOE & SONS' "SPECIALITE" SHERRY, AT 30s. PER DOZEN BELLE VUE WINE AND SPIRIT VAULTS HIGH-STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. H E N E Y "WI LLIAMS PROPRIETOR. SPIRITS. OLL™?LHL™' LH.'WOOD;XSINE 2 4 BETN £ TULM,'TEL,T?«'"«Y'«. "• "• "• VERY CHOICE OLD 3 G RTT\«/I« .SO.ME YE&RS) PER BOTTLE 4 10 & 5 3 NATURAL SHERRY, ENTIRELY FRET FROM SPIRIT 2 6 DITTO, OLD^BLWDED 2 10 VERY CHOICE OLD BROWN SHERRY 3 G WFTTVSN?V T-L -.J 3 6 CLARET- ST JULIES DE MEDOC, F; E FROM I SSFSTTJ'ITBCS 210 *AD")R 2«| DUTO:: FINEST OLD TOM—GIN « O AJ.ES AND PORTER EAST INDIA PALE ALE—IMPERIAL I GAMSON—THE STRONT«F AI PINT*. PER DOZEN 5 0 | B., ^DUBLIN FTLTT T. "'Z I T (Is 6d I r doz charged for bottles—refunded when returned). ° NO S RL N D A Y BUSINESS. 7365 PUBLIC NOTICE. BILL-POSTING IN MERTHYR scau- DAVID X DAYIES, CoUier. Orders by Post or otherwise carefully attended t». No. 10, Carno Row, Rhymney. I376. 73{>9 PIANOFORTE & ORGAN INSTRUCTION TO PUBLICANS AND OTHEITS. MISS ~C~R OOK TO BE LET, with immediate possession the (0RGANIST AT WE'LEY CHAPEL)* 17> CASTLB STRBET, Double Licensed Iun, callcd "THE UVL4NCE" MKBTHIR, Merthyr Tydfil. A suitable tenant could not fail to do'a A NNOUNCES that her Musical Instruction has large and thriving trade, as its situation is excellent LOR -C\. been Resumed 1 business.—For particular* apply to Jtfr. D. DABBVSNXP.IE, „ • • 14 4 Lord Raglan Inn, Aberdare. 7323 V Dowlais visited rogularly. — the above'CAIH' ADDITIONAL Pupil».-For terms, Ac., apply at ESTABLISHED 1824. 6 BOVE ADDR^- T&7 ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Capital £ 5,000,000 (with £ 550,000 paid up.) THE SWANSEA ROYAL & SOUTH WALES RJLHE DIRECTORSL)f this Company are d- sirou, („L:F?RIETN]^ ??C1ETY- J, of securing AGENTS ia unrepresented Districts, and J BT J- T™ PRATT, ESQ.) BU INES^ *RONA Gentlemen who cau influence Ofiicf Offices—41, WIND STREET SWANSEA For particulars as to Commission, &c., apply to the WELSH TTA °3?EA IN Pontypridd and BKANCH OF TH £ COMPANY, High Street, WIEXHAM. Distriet THOMAS being appointed H TIEWELYN LLOYD, K2 7*00 RESIDENT SECRETARY. P'ACE- £ W0 PAID IN THE DISTRICT, 737Q COOK WANTED. J WANTED a COOK.—APPLY to Mr. WILLIAM TV HARRIS, 144, High Street, Merthyr. 7402 TO PUBLICANS AND OTHERS. TO LET (with immediate possession), the OLD BUTE PDBLIC HOUSE, Pontmorlais, Merthyr.— aquire of Mr. R. J. COCHRANE, 23, Union Street, Merthyr Tydfil. 7389 A COTTAGE PIANO, IN Maple Case, likewise A Shoemaker's SEWING MACHIHB, to be Sold a bargain. Apply to Mr. L J. DAVIBS, Pawnbroker, Merthyr. 7410 PRIVATE RESIDENCE AT DOWLAIS FOR SALE. FOR SALE, a DETACHED HOUSE at Pant, near L'owlais, lately occupied by Evan Jones, Con- tractor.—Apply to Mr. W. MORGAN. Millrose Villa, Cardiff; or to Mr. S. DURHAM, Mary Street, Ta.unton. 7404 A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. TO BESOLD THE MOKGAN TOWN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS, and FOUR COTTAGES underneath; the latter bringing in 420 a year.-Ground Rent £4. per annum.-Long unexpired Lease.—All in excellent repair. Fur further particulars apply to Mr. L. J. DAVIES, Bird-in- Hand Inn, Merthyr Tydfil. 7411 T> EADY-MONEY ACCOMMODATION.—Per- T> EADY-MONEY ACCOMMODATION.—Per- _LLS sons of any trade or profession, male or female, resi- dent in London or Country, can obtain privately (without the usual Loan office routine, delay, Law Costs, or Life Insurance) from £10 to £300, at 5 per cent. for any term not exeeeding õ years (repayable to suit their convenience, by P.O. ord"r or cheque, Ac ,) upon Note of Hand, Life Policies, Furniture (without removal or publicity), Live and Dead Stock, Plant, or any available Security. No genuine appli- cation refused.—For further particulars, and Prospectus, apply personally (preferred) or by letter, enclosing stamp for reply, to Mr. T. FAILZUEKD, 117, Brixten Road, London, B. W., near Kennington Gate. 7405 MRRTHYR TYDFIL UNION. TO CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS. THE GUARDIANS of the above Union are pre- pared to receive TENDERS for the Erection of a Boys' NEW DAY BOOM, Plan and SPECIFICATION of the same can be seen with Mr. John Williams, Architect, Morgan Town, Merthyr Tydfil, who will FURNITLI all particulars. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest OR ANY TENDER.. TENDERS TO BE SENT TO ME ON OR BEFORE 10 A.M. ON SATURDAY, January 29TH, 1876. By order, FRANK JAMES, Clerk. High Street, Merthyr, January 10th, 1876. 7393 MERTHYR TYDFIL PROPRIETARY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYB. Head Master: DAVID FREW, Esq., B.A., London. PATRONS: The Right Hon. LORD ABERDARE HENRY RICHARD, Esq., M.P. His Honour JUDGE FALCONER G. T. CLARK. Esq., J.P., D.L., Dowlais House; A. de RUTZEN. Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate; R. CRAWS HAY, Esq., Cyfarthfa Castle D. E. WILLIAMS, Esq., J.P., Hirwain THOS. WILLIAMS, Esq., J.P., Gwaelodygarth; WILLIAM SIMONS, Esq., Gwaunfarren; CHAS. H. JAMES, Esq.. Brynteg House. THIS School is intended to afford a high-class Liberal Education, calculated to fit boys for Pro- fessional and Mercantile Life, Competitive Examina- tions, or the Universities. The School will be divided into Lower and Upper Departments, the former being Elementary and the latter divided into Modern and Classical; the Modern being designed with reference to the requirements of Pupils intended for Mercantile Life, or Competitive Examinations, and the Classical for those proceeding to the Universities. No pupil will be admitted under the age of Eight years, nor until he shall have passed an examination in reading, writing, the four first rules in arithmetic, and such other subjects as shall from time to time be required. The subjects taught will comprise- IN THE LOWER IN THE UPPER FORMS. FORMS. Reading. I MODERN. CLASSICAL. Writing. English Literature. The same Arithmetic. Latin. with the Elemetary Mathematics. I Modern Languages, addition History. Mathematics. of Greek. Geography. English Grammar. Elementary Latin. French. French. Natural Scienc3, Modern Languages, and Drawing will be taught throughout the School. The hours of work will be from 9 till 12.30 in the morning, and 2 to 4.30 in the afternoon, except Satur- day, which will be a whole holiday. The year will consist of three terms namely, from January to the middle of April; from the beginning of May till the end of July; and from the beginning of September till Christmas. The vacations will consist of a fortnight in April; one month at Midsummer; and a fortnight at Christmas, A register will be kept of the attendance, progress, and conduct of the pupils, from which reports will be made at the end of each term. jjThe Terms for Tuition are-From 8 to 12 years of age, 8 Guineas per annum; above 12 years of age, 10 Guineas per annum.—Pupils cannot be withdrawn without a term's previous notice, or payment of the term fee.-In the case of Brothers, the lower fee will be charged for each. -A new Pupil may be admitted at any time during the Term, the charge made being from the date of his entrance.—There is no extra charge except for Music, Stationery and Books. Pupils are admitted on the nomination of a Share- holder, or by a resolution of the Governors. -Every Pupil must be provided with a College Cap according to form to be had at the School. Applications for further information to be addressed to the Secretary, Mr. J. FERGUSSON; or to the HEAD MASTER, Courtland Terrace, Merthyr Tydfil. "FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LfFE. "-See Deuteronomy, chap. xii., verse 23. OLAEKE'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, Scurry, 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 te the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value.—Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. Sold in Bottles 2c. 6d. each, and in Cases, containing six times the quantity, lis. each-sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority of long-standing cMes.—By all Chemists and Patent Mcdicine Vendors throughdfct the United King- dom and the World, or sent to any address on receipt of 39 or 133 stamps by F. J. CLARKE, Ckemist, Apothecaries' Hall, Lincoln. Wholenale: All Patent Mcdiciue Houses. LONDON DEPOT: 150. OXFORD STREET. 7371 LOCAL AGENTS Mr L. P. Jones, Ebbw Vale. Mr W. J. While, 128, High street, Mertbyr. Mr Reea Thomas, 143, High-street, Merthyr. Mr T. W. Evans, Commercial-street, Aberdare HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Impurity of the Blood. Unless the blood be kept in a pure state the constitution must be weakened a«d disease supervene. These wonderful Pills possess the power of removing or neutralizing all con. taminations of the blood and system generally. They quierly but certainly, overcome all obstructions tending to produce ill health, and institute regular action in organs that are faulty fro.n irritaticn or debility. The dyspeptic, weak, and nervous may rely on these Pills as their best friend and comforter. AS they act upon the main springs of life, and thus save thousands from a premature grave. Complaints of Women & Children. The very mild and painless action of these invaluable Pill, recommends them to every household as a remedy for the first departure from health. Any mother, nurse, or young per.-on guided by the directions which accompany each box of Hollo- way's Pills, has at once available means for checking diseases purifying the blood, and expelling from the system all gross humours, They are iadeed, at all ages, the female's tried iend. Disorders of the Liver with Flatu- lency and Indigestion. Loss of appetite and flatulency are usually the forerunners Of stomachic disease. These famous Pills exercise the most salutary power in all affections of the liver, and all irregrularitie of the stomach and bowels; they restore a healthy function to every internal organ, oltrcome all obstructions, and cast out all impurities, THE PiUs and Ointment are sold at Professor Holloway's Establishment, 633, Oxford-street, London, also by nearly svery respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the Civilised W srid, in Boxes and Pots, at Is iid., 2s 9d., 4s 6d., lis., 22s. md 33s. cach. The spiailest Box of Pills contains four dozen aud the smallest Pot of Ointment one ounce. all printed directions are affixed to each Box and Pot, and UN be had ia any language, even in Turkish, Arabic, Armenian Persian. or hinese. 7872 -=:0; TO HAULIERS. T W. GUNN, Grocer, Ale and Porter Merchant, • *3 IN want of a Good Steady Young Man—Apply at 68, nigh Street, Merthyr. 7408 = SALE BY MR. DAVID EVANS. BELLE VUE VILLA, CEFN.COED. Y-CYMMER. SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &C. MR. DAVID EVANS Is instructed by the EXECUTOR of the late M. C. Harrison, Esq.. to SELL BY AUCTION, On the Premises, ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3rd, 1876, the whole of the valuable and modern HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TU RE, Ac consisting of the complements of Drawing Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen and Four Bedrooms. I lor particulars gee bille. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. 7409 GLAMORGANSHIRE. EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS, 1876. •"VTriCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the General -» Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Gla- morgan will be holden by adjournment at the Town Hall. Swansea, on Tuesday the 22nd day of February next, at Eleven o'Clock in the Forenoon, for the trial of Prisoners only. All Jurors and Persons subpoenaed or bound by recogni- zance are required to attend such Sessions on the day and at the time aforesaid. All depositions to be sent to me on or before the 18th day of February next. THO. DALTON, Clerk of the Peace. Cardiff, 24th January, 1876. 7406 GLAMORGANSHIRE. TO ANALYSTS. THE JUSTICES of the County of Glamorgan having at their last Quarter Sessions resolved to ap- point Analysts for such County, invite Candidates for the appointment to send Testimonials and Certificates ef qualifica- tion addressed Application for Analyst," under cover, to the Clerk of the Peace, Cardiff, on or before the First day of March next. The duties of such office are prescribed by the Act of 38 and 39 Vic., Cap. 63, and the following resolutions were adopted by the Court That the Court proceed to the Election of an Analyst or Analysts for the County, at the next Easter Sessions, and that the Rules laid down by the County of Oxford be adopted in this County, and that the Fees to be paid beas follows;- M £ S, d. To the Analyst for each statutory report to Quarter Sessions. 2 12 6 For every Analysis and Certificate. 0 15 0 To be paid to Inspector of Nuisance by every purchaser requiring an Analysis, and seek- ing it through the medium of the said In- spector 0 7 0 To each Analyst upon compulsory attending as a witness at the place where he resides, in each case 0 10 6 If elsewhere Three-pence per mile, going and returning, and 110 The Clerk of the Peace was directed to advertise in one or more of the London, and the usual County papars, inviting applications from Persons desirous of being elected Analyst, requesting them to send him their Testimonials by the 1st of March next. THO. DALTON, Clerk of the Peace. Cardiff, 24th January, 1876. 7407




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