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fttMic flaticts. ——— "P9 AAA £ '2000. and £ 1000, and several smaller ^■VyU^ sums, to be laid eut upon' Mortgage. The two iarst-mentioned sums upon Land only. E. C. SPICKETT, Solicitor, 4879 Pontypridd. FREE EMIGRATION TO AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND. THE Government of New Zealand are prepared to -L grant FREE PASSAGES to AGRICULTURAL and General LABOUEEKS, MECHANICS, MINERS, &c.. &c. Application for Schedules, and other information, to be made (en closing 12 stamps) to Wm. C. Jenkins, 16, Bristol. U8;j TAFF VALE HAIL WAY. ""VfOTlCE.—The Directors of the Taff Vale Railway ..L. Company are prepand to receive TENDERS for MASONWORK required in the construction of a River •Bridge. Parties disposed to Tender may see the Drawings, Specification anil Form of Tender at the Company's Offices, Crockherbtown, Cardiff. Sealed Tenders, addressed to the Board of Directors, will be received until THURSDAY, AUGUST, the lith next. The Directors do not hind themselves to accept the lowest or tiny Tender. Bv Order. GEORGE FISHER, General Superintendent. Taff VrJe Railway Offices, Crockherbtown, Cardiff, 27th Jnly, 186*. 4S60 .ø DARE VALLEY RAILWAY COMPANY. SECOND HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING. XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the SECOND JL\ HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING of Pro- prietors will be held at the Offices of the Taff Vale Rail- way Company, Crockherbtown. Cardiff, on SATURDAY, the 13th day of AUGUST next. The chair will be taken at One p.m. precisely. v The books for the Registration of Transfers will be closed from Saturday the 7th August, until after the hold- ing of the said meeting. JAMES POOLE. Chairman. DAVID ROBERTS, Secretary. Cardiff, 2(5th July, 1804. 4U76 BTJRNHAM TIDAL HARBOUR COMPANY, AND SOMERSET & DORSET RAILWAY. CHEAP EXCURSION FROM CARDIFF TO BURN HAM, HTGHRRIDG-E, GLASTONBURY, WELLS, BLANDFORD, AND YVTMBORNE MINSTER. MONDAY, the 1st of AUGUST, \»/ 1SG4, the splendid fast-sail- ing Clyde-built Steamer, "Will leave the Lauding Stag- Bute Docks, Cardiff, at .6.0 a.m arriving at Burnham in time for the train start- ing from that Station at 8.0 a.ro., reaching HighbriJge at 8.1'3, Glastonbury at 8.48, Wells at 9.7, Blandford at 11.5, ana Wiitiborne at 11 37 a.m. afiording an opportunity of attending the GREAT MARKET at HIGHBRIDGE, or visiting the beautiful RUINS OF GLASTONBURY ABBEY, and the magnificent CATHEDRAL of WELLS, the Bishop's PRIFce and Gardens, &c., the Town of flandfoid, and the ntueh-adtaired Collegiate Church If Wiruborne Minster. FARES FROM CARDIFF TO- Satoen and Fore cabin 1st class. & cov. car. Burnham or HiRhbridsc and back 3s. 6d 2s. Clci. Glastonbury or Wells and back ;is. 6d 2s. 6a. Blandford or Wimhorae Cs. 0d 4s- 6d. The Train will leave "VVirnbourne on the return Jonr- ney at 1.41. Blandford at 2.37, Wells at 4.15, Glastonbury at 4.84, and Highbiidge at 5.15. arriving at Burnhatn in time for the Packet leaving the Pier at 5.30 p.m., ana leaching Cardiff about Seven o'clock. By order, ROBERT A. READ, Secretary and General Manager. Chief Offices, Glastonbury, 26th July. 1864. 4859 < £ tmcatmn. NOTICE. MISS E. NOEL, 42, Stuart-square, Cardiff, having a Diploma from the Royal Academy of Caen, Fraaee, "Will give PRIVATE LESSONS of FRENCH, PIANO, and DRAWING. Terms on application. 4483 EVENING CLASSES. Montague House, Charles-street, Cardiff. MR. WILLIAHES. respectfulh* anneunees the RE- OPENING of the EVENING CLASSES for in- struction aufl improvement in Elo.ation, Writing, Arith- metic, Latin. French, Are. Terms-10s. 6d. per Quarter, or Is. per Week, parable advance. 1918 CLASSICAL & COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. 2, Windsor Place, Cardiff. J. r SUN err.a.: REV. E. A. GREEN. PUPILS PREPARED FOR THE UNIVERSITIES OR FOR COMMERCIAL PURSUITS. PRIVATE TUITION. A FRENCH MASTER ATTENDS THE SCHOOL. The SCHOOL will RE-OPEN JULY 18th, 1864. Terms, &e., on application. 4002 CARDIFF GRAMMAR SCHOOL. REV. W. H. B. MACANN, M.R.C.P., PRINCIPAL. BUSINESS will he RESUMED on MONDAY, JGLY -D the 18th, 1861. Immediately after vacation. CLASSES will 'be formed vith a special view to the Civil Service and University Middle Class Examinations, An EVENING CLASS for Young Men engaged during the day, will be formed, for improvement in English Grammar, English Composition, Eloctttion. and Mathe- matics. Terms on application. 4744


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