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TBS CARDIFF AND BRISTOL Steam &- pacftct# PRINCE OF WALES MATTHEW JONES, Commander; STAR, HENRY JEFFERY, Commander; ARE intended to Sail during the month of FEB. as follows ("from tlie BUTE SHIP DOCK):— Prince oj Wales — Mondays, Star—Mondays,Wednesdays' Wednesdays, & Fridays. and Fridays. Star—Tuesdays, Thursdays, Prillce of Wales—Tuesdays, and Saturdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays From CAIIDIFF. From BRISTOL. FEBRUARY, 1848. FEBRUARY, 1818. lit, Saturday 5 morn j 19, Saturday 6 morn 21, Monday. 51 morn 21, Monday 7 morn Tuesday 6 morn 23. Tuesday. morn Wednesday 6 morn 23. Wednesday 8 morn Thursday 7 morn 24, Thursday 8$morn Friday 7 morn 25, Friday 9 morn fi. Sa.turday. 8 morn 26, Saturday. 9i morn Monday 84 morn I 28, Monday 11 morn 29. Tuesday 11 morn | 29, Tuesday 12.1 after Qwrriages and horses to be alongside Cue hour previous to the Time of Sailing. aBDUCED FARES :—After Cabin, 4s. Fore Cabin, 2s Children under Twelve years of age. Hal f-price. Refreshments may be had on board on moderate terms. Four-wheel Carriages, 238.; Four-wheel Phaeton, drawn jjy two horses, 17s. j One-horse Phaeton or Gig, lls.Gil.; drawn by one horse and driver, 17s. 6d.; i Worse and Rider, After Cabin, 10s. Gd.; Fore Cabin, 9s.; B ^*ttle 6s.; Horses, 7s. 6d. each; Sheep, Pigs. Dogs, and 1 »alves, Is. each.—These Fares include every expense. F Shipping and Landing Live Stock at risk of their Owners. •••Not Acconnixble for any Goods without Shipping Notes Goods will be hauled from the Warehouse* to th» P*cV«si* *t the expense of the Companies. Merthyr, Newbridge, A her dare, Cambridge, Bridgend and Caerphilly.—Goods forwarded to these 'aces in Spring Waggons, Railway, and Lock-up Canal Boats '■^mediately on arrival, unless ordered by any particular *°Uveyance, in which case they will be deposited in the Packet Warehouse till called for, at risk and expenscof Consignee.—Freight to be paid on delivery. Packages, Parcels, &c.,forwarded to all parts of Kingdom without delay, when sent to either of the te*n» Packet Offices in Cardiff or Bristol. further information as to Freight, &c., will be readily ob- *'ned by applyingtothe Agents—Henry Phillips, Agentatthe •ckct Office, Hute Docks, Cardiff; or to B. T. TDRNKII. *?ent, No. 12, Quay-street, Bristol, for the PRINCE OF ALES Packet; and of T. JOIIN, at the Packet Office, JLTTTE Docks, Cardiff; or to W. B. OWEN, Clare-street Hall, "tarah-street, Bristol, and at 29, Avon Crescent, Hotwells, r the STAR Packet. Goods received for the PRINCE OF WALKS, 12, Quay- and R. Chaplin, Cumberland Basin.—Goods taken for • STAR, at the Bull Wharf. Redclitfe-streei, and Clare- eet Hall, Marsh-street. STEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN CARDIFF AND as GLOUCESTER, Calling at Clevedon, Portishead, Old Passage, and Lidney (weather permitting). THE FAST-GOING IRON SCREW STEAMER — "CLARA," WILLIAM JACKSON, COMMANDER, *Ul Sail as under, with Goods and Passengers, during I the month of FEBRUARY, 18.&8:- From Cardiff. From Gloucester. a. M.; Feb, H. M. *» Wednesday morning 4 0 4, Friday morning 2 0 5»Saturday evening 7 0 8, Tuesday morning. 5 0 ijj'Wednesday evening 9 30 11, Friday morning 7 0 *• Saturday night 12 30 14, Monday night 11 0 Wednesday morning 4 0 18, Friday morning 2 0 ». Saturday evening 7 0 22, Tuesday morning 4 0 of' ^ednesday evening 9 0 25, Friday morniug 5 0 Saturday evening 10 0 29, Tuesday morning. 8 0 FARES— n Best Cabin. Fore Cabin, "ardiff to Clevedon or Portishead 2s. Od. Is. Od. Old Passage 3s. Od. Is. 6d. Lidney. 4s. Od. 2s. Od. U Gloucester. 6s. OJ. 3. Od. Refreshments way he had on board. Passengers from Cardiff for Bristol, Britlgwater. Taull- ton, Exeter, and the West of England, will find the route Clevedon, thence by Railway, the quickest and cheap- est conveyance. n For further Particulars apply to SOUTHAN & EVANS, °°ck8, Gloucester, or Cardiff. BRISTOL AND PORT TALBOT BRISTOL TO THE MUMBLES IN 41 HOURS. THE SPLENDID NEW IRON SCREW VESSEL, T A L B 0 T," 140 Horse Power, WILLIAM JENKINS, COMMANDER, 18 appointed to Sail between the above Ports as follows, weather, &c., permitting (with liberty to tow) — From Port Talbot. From Bathurst Basin, Bristol. II. M. H. M. mday, Jan. 31, at 2 15 p.m. Thursday,Feb. 3, „ 5 0 a.m. jttmday, Feb. 7, „ 7 30 a.m. Wednes., „ 9, „ 9 30 p.m. Mmday, „ 14, „ 2 30 p.m. Thursday, „ 17, „ 5 30 a.m. Jtjnday, „ 21, „ 7 30 a.m. Wednes., 23, „ 9 30 p.m. Monday, „ 88, „ 11 30 a.m. This extraordinary rapid Vessel does not usually ex- ceed 4* hours on her passage from Bristol to the Mumbles Or from Port Talbot to Clevedon. Passengers for Swan- 1 sea and adjacent places may be landed at the Mumbles, free of expense; and up passengers at Clevedon, weather Permitting. The Vessel is elegantly fitted up for the comfort and convenience of Passengers. FARBS:—After Cabin, 7s. 6d. Fore Cabin, 4s. Children under 12 Years of Age, Half Fare. NO FBES TO STEWARD. Refreshments may be had on Board, at moderate charges Goods taken in at the Warehouse, Grove, Bristol, to await the Packet's arrival, if required, for Aberavon, Bridgend, Cwm Avon, Laleston, Maesteg, Pyle, and Taibach. Coaches and Omnibuses, for the conveyance of Pas- sengers pass daily for Neath, Swansea, and Bridgend, from Port Talbot. For further information apply to the Captain on board Mr. J. King, Packet-office, Grove, Bristol; Mr. David Jenkins, Packet Office, Taibach or Mr. J. P. Petheriek, Bridgend and Maesteg. Freights for Goods paid for on Delivery. NOTICE.—The Proprietors of the above Steam Packet give Notice, that they will not be accountable for any Passenger's Luggage, nor will they be answerable for any Goods, Packages, or Parcels, (if lost or damaged by fire, leakage, or otherwise), unless Booked at either of their Offices at Bristol, or Taibach, if above the value of Forty Shillings, unless entered at its full value, and car- riage in proportion paid for the same at the time of Booking. Goods consigned to order, or not taken away before Six o'clock in the evening of the day of Landing, Will be Warehoused at the risk and expense of the con- signees. All Goods to be considered as liens, not only for Freight and charges due thereon, but also for all pre- viously unsatisfied Freight and Charges due by the Con- signees to the Proprietors of the said Packet. Disputed Weights and Measurement, claims for loss or damage, &c. cannot be allowed, unless a written notice of the lame be sent to the Office on the day of delivery. February, 1848. SALE OF SLOOPS, 6 T RO W S, &c. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. R. WKAVER, At the SWAN AND FALCON, Gloucester, on Wednbsday, MARCH 1st, 1848, at 12 o'Clock at Noon precisely, ALL those truly excellent and substantial SLOOPS, known by the names of Cardiff Trader" 55 tons buithen; "Jane and Mary" 65 tons burthen; "Sarah," 65 tons burthen "Newport Trader" 60 tons burthen. TROWS, known by the names of Sally," 70 tons burthen; "Louisa," 90 tons burthen; and the Schooner known by the name of ".Tredegar," 110 tons burthen. The above Vessels are in the best condition, and well calculated for lying aground with heavy cargoes, and are now only disposed of in consequence of their places being supplied by Steam Vessels. To those requiring them, the above offers an opportunity for purchasing seldom occurring.. The whole may be viewed 10 the Gloucester Basin on the day previous to the Sale. COMPLETE SUCCESS OF THE LONDON TELEGRAPH DAILY NEWSPAPER PRIOB THREEPENCE. 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