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Smiled. WANTED, in a gentleman's family, a HEAD NURSE—age, from 25 to 35. Must be experienced, and understand well the management of children good-tempered and active a good n' edlewoman, and competent to give instruction to young children. Apply, A. B., the Post-office, Pontypool. {to bt pi LAND TO LET FOR THE ERECTION OF MANUFACTURING PREMISES. TO BE LET, adjoining the RAILROAD, at Cwmbran, several Lots of Land, with ample FRONTAGE, for the Erectioa of Manufacturing Premises, and the building of Workmen's Cottages. For terms, &c, apply to RICHARD BRINSLEY DOWLING, ESQ., Llantarnam Abbey, Newport, Mon- mouthshire. [1277 BUILDIVG GROUND. TO BE LET, on 99 years Leases, part of the LITTLE FARM, adjoining the Taff Yale Rail- way Wagon Depot, and fronting the Cathays and Crwys Roads. Frontages 18 feet and 20 feet, Depths 160 feet and 180 feet.-Apply to Mr. O. ROURKE. Land Surveyor, Crockherbtown, Cardiff, or to Mr. DALTON, Attorney, Cardiff. [1620 TO BE LET, an eligible WHARF, at NEWPORT, Monmouthshire. Apply to Mr. HANSON, Henllis Works, near New. port. [1673. NOTICE. TO BE LET, by the WEEK, MONTH, or YEAR, a spacious ROOM, with CELLAR and OFFICES, being No. 162, Commercial-street, Newport, Mon. The above eligible premises are situate in the prin- cipal thoroughfare of the town. For additional particulars apply to GRAHAM & CO., Auctioneers, 7, Commercial-street. Dated September 24th, 1857. [1704 TO IRONMONGERS. A BUSINESS in the above Trade TO BE DISPOSED OF, in one of the best situations in the Town of NEWPORT, Monmouthshire; together with the well and recently-selected STOCK and other EF- FECTS belonging thereto. To a persevering and indus- trious person, this affords a most advantageous opportunity of embarking in such business. For terms and further particulars apply to Mr. J. BOTHOMLEY, House and Estate Agent, 47, High- street, Newport. [17c8 mm 1 RISC A, MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE LET, with possession on the 1st November next, a capital MALTHOUSE, situate close to the line of the Western Valleys Railway. For particulars apply to Mr. CHARLES PHILLIPS, the Great House, Risca or to Mr. H. M. PARTRIDGE, Auctioneer. House and Estate Agent, Newport, Mon. SOUTHERNDOWN. COMFORTABLE APARTMENT may C now be had at the MARINE HOTEL, upon very Moderate Terms.-Apply to S. HOWELLS, Marine Hotel, Southerndown, near Bridgend, Glamorganshire. [1722 BRECONSHIRE. TO BE LET, and entered upon immediately, a HANDSOMELY-FURNISHED VILLA RESI- DENCE, called "Ashfield," situate in the town of Crickhowell, in the county of Brecon—consisting of dining and drawing-room, entrance-hall, five good bed- rooms, back and front kitchens and butler's pantry, with stable and coach-house. During the tenancy the tenant may have the use of a pony, harness, and carriage. For further particulars, apply to CORNELIUS LLOYD, Solicitor, Abergavenny. [1740 TO PUBLICANS AND GROCERS. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, a Grocer's Shop and Public-house, situate on the corner of Dolphin-street, 47, Commercial-road, Newport. The house contains ten rooms, with good cellar, and store room. Coming in moderate. TOWN OF CAERLEON, Three miles from Newport. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, an excellent Detached DWELLING-HOUSE, with good garden, stables, piggeries, and fowl-houses, well sup- plied with water, and very pleasantly situated in Mill- street, in the town of Caerleon. For terms, apply to CORNELIUS EVANS and SON, 61, High-street, Newport, and Brook-house, Llantarnam. [1746 Mltm by iwat* ABERCARNE, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Y ALU ABLE COPYHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE, comprising Dwelling-Houses, and Land highly eligible for building sites. Apply to R. C. SLADE, Clifton-place, Newport. [1644 j~V T? OR SALE, the British-built wfS. X? SCHOONER Resolution," now lying at Newport, Mon. Per register 56 tons, carrying SCHOONER" Resolution," now lying at Newport, Mon. Per register 56 tons, carrying from 85 to 90 tons—of easy draught. She is well found in Materials, a large outlay having been made on her. She is now lying at the Commercial Wharf, Newport, Mon: For further particulars, apply to WM. HURLEY, No. 2, Cross Keys Lane, Newport. [1712 STEAM ENGINE AND THRASHING MACHINE, PRICE £ 80. NEWPORT, MONMOUTHSHIRE. FOR SALE, BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, a 4-Horse Power PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE and THRASHING MACHINE. The Machine is a combined Straw Riddling and Win- nowing Machine, with wooden wheels, adapted for bolting and thrashing; and the Engine and Machine were con- structed by first-rate makers.* For further particulars, and to view, apply to Mr. T. M. LLEWELLIN, Newport, Mon. [1736 TO BE SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, all those COPYHOLD PREMISES in the village of Bassalleg, new occupied by Thomas Charles ant? others. Part of the purchase money could remain on mortgage. Apply to Mr. WM. WILLIAMS, 16, Dock-street, Newport, Monmouthshire. NOTICE. MESSRS. G. W. JONES & CO., SHIP- BROKERS, &c., Newport, Mon respectfully beg to inform their friends and correspondents, that they have REMOVED their Offices from 28, LL ANARTH-STREET to MASONIC-HALL BUILDINGS, Great Dock-street. [1711 GAME NOTICE. LLANTARNAM ABBEY ESTATE. THE G A M E on the entire of the LLANTARNAM ABBEY ESTATE is STRICTLY PRESERVED. Trespassers will be prosecuted. August 14th, 1857. [1596. THE LOCAL BOARD roF HEALTH of the BOROUGH of NEWPORT, Monmouthshire, are prepared to receive TENDERS from parties willing to Contract for the SCAVENGING of the Streets, Roads Footways, &c., within their district s also for the WATERING of the streets. Specifications of the work to be performed, may be seen, and further particulars may be obtained, on application a.t my omee, where Tenders marked "Tender for mn,st HE sent, on or before MONDAY, the 12th Octol er next. The lowest Tender will not. necessarily be accepted. ALFRED WILLIAMS, „ „ Bhn-ineer and Surveyor to the Board. Town-hall, ZVeu'port, Mon., 30th Sept., 1857. [1710 JOINT COUNTIES ASYLUM, AKERgavenny< TO MILLERS AND BUTCHERS. PERSONS desirous of CONTRACTING with the Visiting Justices for the supply of MEAT and FLOUR for the use of the Asylum, from the 15th day of October to the 31st day of December, 1857, are requested to send in TENDERS, accompanied by samples in the case of Flour, on or before WEDNESDAY, tne day of October next. Forms of Tender will be supplied on application at the Clerk's Office, Asylum S. BROWNING. Clerk to the Visiting Justices. Asylum, Sppt. 22nd, 1857. [1692 MONMOUTHSHIRE DISTRICT COMMITTEES Of the Societies for Promoting CHRISTIAN KNOW"- LEDGE, and for the PROPAGATION OF THE GOSPEL in Foreign Parts. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Committees will be held at ABERGAVENNY, in the National School Room, on FRIDAY, the 23rd. day of OCTOBER inst., at which the LORD BISHOP OF LLAN. DAFF will Preside. Previous to the Meeting there will be Divine Service in the Parish Church of St. Mary, and a Sermon preached by the Rev. H. B. Bevan, M.A., Minor Canon of Llandaff Cathedral. Divine Service to commence at Eleven o'clock a m., and the Meeting to be held immediately after. WM. CRAWLEY, > SaCretar;e(l THOS. WILLIAMS. j becretane8- October, 1857. [1732 llaficr. INDIA KELntf^UND. AT a Meeting held at the Tovrn-hall, New- port, on the 8th instant, it was resolved that a CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC be given on THURSDAY, the 29th inst., by the Amateurs of the town and neighbourhood, in aid of the above Fund. The following gentlemen were appointed members of the Committee, with power to add to their number :— THE HIGH SHERIFF, T. GRATREX, Esq. THE MAYOR, C. LYNE. Esq. Mr. GOODWIN I Mr. WILLEY Mr. MAY Mr. ROBT. F. WOOLLETT Mr. HOLDSWOBTH Mr. CHARLES CAIRNS Mr. GROVES Mr. HENRY EDWARDS Mr. TOOGOOD Mr. W. CHRISTOPHERS. The gratuitous assistance of the Amateurs of the town and neigbourhood is requested, from whom the Honorary Secretaries will be happy to receive early communications. Letters may be addressed to the Honorary Secretaries, Town-hall, Newport. SAMUEL BATCHELOR, ) e [1738 J. BARLOW, Hon' Secs* CHEAP CONCERTS FOR THE PEOPLE! MR. G. F. DAVIS'S FIRST CHEAP CONCERT will take place at the TOWN-HALL, NEWPORf, on MONDAY, Oct 19th. Vocalist-MISS CUMMINGS. Double-action Gothic Harp —Mr. DAVIS. Accompanist—Mr. TASKER, Organist of St, Paul's Church. Admission—Sixpence [1745 BRECKNOCK AND ABERGAVENNY CANAL NAVIGATION. j Notice-is hereby given, that the next Half-Yearly Meeting or Assembly of the Company of Proprietors of the said Navigation, will be held at the TOWN HALL, in the town of Abergavenny, on THURSDAY, the 15th day of October next, at Twelve o'clock at Noon. JAMES PEIRCE, Clerk to the Company of Proprietors. Canal Office, near Abergavenny, 29th Sept., 1857. [1720 THE MUTINY IN INDIA. AT a PUBLIC MEETING of the IN- HABITANTS of CARDIFF and its Neighbourhood, held on Monday, October 5th, 1857, at the Town Hall, Cardiff, pursuant to Requisition, S. D. JENKINS, Esq., MAYOR, in the Chair, It was unanimously Resolved 1. On the motion of W. D. BUSHELL, Esq., seconded by the Rev. T. STACEY That this Meeting deeply sympathises with our Countrymen and Countrywomen, in their sufferings, caused by the mutiny and atrocities in India, and is desirous of aiding the efforts now being made for their immediate relief." 2. On the motion of CHARLES C. WILLIAMS, Esq., seconded by CHARLES VACHELL, Esq. :—" That a Com- mittee be appointed for raising a Subscription in aid of the National Fund,commenced by the Lord Mayor of London; and that the Bankers of this Town be also requested to receive Subscriptions." 3. On the motion of the Rev. Canon MORGAN, seconded by the Rev. R. T. VERRALL That the following Gentlemen be requested to act on the Committee, with power to add to their number; and that C. C. Williams, Esq.. be requested to act as Treasurer, and to transmit the sum so raised to the Lord Mayor of London :-The Mayor, W. D. Bushell, Esq., R. Williams, Esq., Dr. Edwards, W. Peak, Esq., J. Watson, Esq." The Mayor having left the Chair, It was unanimously Resolved, on the motion of C. VACHELL, Esq., seconded by JOHN BIRD, Esq." That the thanks of the Meeting are due to him for kindly presiding on this occasion. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. X. s. d. S. D. Jenkins, Esq.. Mayor 20 0 0 The Lord Bishop of Llandaff 10 0 0 Col. Stuart, M.P. 10 0 0 Col. George Grey Rouse 10 0 0 J. Bruce Pryce, Esq. 5 0 0 Admiral Sir George Tyier 5 0 0 Mr. Chas K. KemeysTynte 5 0 0 Mr. E. P. Richards 10 0 0 Mr. Charles Luard 1 1 0 Mr. R W. Williams 2 2 0 Mr. J. H. Insole 2 2 0 Mr. W. T. Edwards 2 2 0 Mr. C. R. Vachell — 2 2 0 Mr. Alexander Bevan .110. Mr. David Brown oo. 5 0 0 Messrs H. H. Parry and Co.5 0 0 Rev. T. Stacey 5 0 0 Mr. Charles C. Williams 10 0 0 Mr. Charles Vachell 5 0 0 Mr. Charles W. David 2 2 0 Mr. Thomas H. Stephens 110 Mr. George Salmon 2 2 0 Mr. Thomas H. Ensor 1 1 0 Messrs. Spiller and Brown 5 0 0 Mr. Charles Thompson 5 0 0 Mr. John Bird ••• 2 2 0 Mr. Thomas Morgan 2 0 0 Mr. Clement Lucas 1 1 0 Mrs. Clement Lucas 1 1 0 Mr. W. Peake 2 2 0 Mr. Alexander Bassett oo. 110 Messrs. Watson and Co. 10 10 0 Messrs. Pritchard and Seddon ,2 2 0 Mr. Henry Cousins 1 1 0 Mr. David Rees 1 1 0 Mr. R. Stewart 2 2 0 Messrs. James and Price .oo 2 2 0 Mr. Henry Jones Evans 2 2 0 Messrs. Rochester, Vernon, and Co. 2 2 0 Mr. Frederick James Wilcocks 1 1 0 Mr. Thomas Hopkins ••• 2 0 0 Mr. Henry Webber ••• 1 1 0 Mr. Ja-nes Graham 1 1 0 Mr. John Hopkins 110 Mr. H. J. Paine ••• 1 1 0 Mr. Edward Whiffen 1 1 0 Mr. W. Perkins, Croescade 5 0 0 Mr. Eugene Mahon, (French Consul) 1 1 0 Rev. T. Signini 0 10 0 Collection at St. John's Church, Cardiff, after a sermon preached by Rov. Precentor Stacey 34 5 0 Collection at St. Mary's Church, Cardiff, after a sermon preached by Rev. Canon Morgan 16 9 2 Collection at Roath Church, after a sermon preached by Rev. Charles Parsons 5 7 10 Collected at Roath 6 6 10 CHAS. C. WILLIAMS, TREASURER. rr > THE ALLIANCE STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY Incorporated August 3rd, under the "Joint Stock Com- panies' Acts, 1856 and 1857," with Limited Liability. CAPITAL £ 100,000. (WITH POWER OF INCREASE.) In Shares of Bl each. Deposit 5s. per Share. Earl Talbot, C.B., &c., Ingestre Hall, Stafford, and Carlton Club, Pall Mall, (S. W.) Chairman. J. R Stebbins, Esq.. F. R.A.S., President of the Chamber of Commerce, Southampton, Deputy Chairman. The Lord Thomas Peiham Clinton, Cleveland Square, Hyde Park, (W.) John Gregory, Esq., Harley-place, (W.) White, King, and Gregory, Bankers, Haymarket. Henry Brinsley Sheridan, Esq., M.P., Bellefield House, Fulham, (S. W.) Capt. Neynall, late of the Honble. East India Company's service, Chigwell, Essex, BACKERS. Messrs. Washerman & Co., 35, Nicholas- lane (E.G.) Messrs. White, King, & Gregory. 11, Haymarket (S.V.) GENERAL SHIPPING AGENTS. Messrs. Conard and Co Atlantic Line of Steamers. SOLICITORS. Messrs. Yallance& Vallance, 20. Essex-street, Strand (W.C. C0N8ULTING ENGINEER. William Rennie, Esq., C.E., Fenchurch street (E.C ) MANAGER. I SECRETARY. Augustus Webber, Esq. 1 George W. Pinnock, Esq. OFFICE. 14. CHATHAM PLACE, BLACKFRIARS BRIDGECE.C.) THIS Company is formed under the law which limits ilie liability of shareholders to the amount of their respective shares, and has for its object. The gradual supply of steam communication in connection with railways and canals between such ports of the United kingdom and the Continent, where trading operations are auit/e8tri"ted carried on by sailing vessels, which are to Pre8en' necessities of commerce. tfMtrif.vs'w.19 kaTe "solved to place Auxiliary Screw Pm-k- Cardiff? P°rts °f Newport, Waterford, and f and London and Swansea, fi! 1 nlapps Vip £ ?mo* jAs ,tl'e traffic and communication of these p li^ps* op J*1, a<*ditLonal steamers will be laid on, and other lines opened. Calculations have been made, showing the application of the Capital which it is proposed to raise in the fiist instance, and the estimated profit to be derived therefrom. The cal- culations show on these lines a return of twenty to twenty- five per cent. per annum. Prospectuses and forms of applications for Shares, may be obtained at the office of the Company, 14, Chatham- place. Black friars Bridge, London, (E.C.J also ot the un- dermentioned Share Agents. ABERDARE-Mr. Walter Lloyd, 8, Gloucester-place ABERGAVENNY—Mr. Isaac Rosser, Tudor-street. CARDIFF-Bird & Co. GLOUCESTER—Mr. Charles Jones, 27, Victoria street. MERTHYR—Messrs. Chapman Brothers, High-street. N BWPOUT—Mr. H. M. Partridge, and Mr. J. M. Scott, 48, Commercial-street. PONTYPOOL—Mr. Robert Bowman. SWANSEA—Messrs. Glover and Squirrell, lfl, Strand. [1576 §0tiCt0. MANOR OF MAGNA PORTA. THE next COURT LEET and COURT -L BARON of the LORD of the said MANOR, will be held at the GREEN HOUSE. in the Village of Llan- tarnam, on TUESDAY, the 13th day of OCTOBER next, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, at which the Copy- holders are required to attend. Notice of any Transfers of Property at the said Court, to be given to the Steward, on or before the 9th October. CHARLES HERBERT CROFT, Steward. September 18th, 1857. [1685 GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE AUDIT DISTRICT. VRICKHO WELL UNION. I THE undersigned, EDWARD MURRELL, J Auditor of the above-named District, do hereby GIVE NOTICE that I have appointed the AUDIT of the ACCOUNTS of the CRICKHOWELL UNION, and of the Parishes therein contained (and mentioned at the foot of this notice), for the half-year ended the 29th of Septem- ber, 1857, to commence on TUESDAY, the Twentieth day of October instant, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the BOARD ROOM, in the Workhouse of the said Union, when and where all persons who by law are bound to account at such Audit, are required to attend, and to submit all books, documents, bills, and vouchers, containing or re- lating to the accounts or to moneys assessed for, and applicable to, the relief of the poor. Dated the fifth day of October, 1857. (Signed) EDWARD MURRELL, District Auditor. Parishes comprised in the above-named Union:- Crickhowell Cwmdu Grwyney Vaur Llangattock Grwyney Vechan Llangeney Llambeder Llangunider Grwyney Vechan Llangeney Llambeder Llangunider Llanelly Partrishow GLOUCESTERSHIRE AND MONMOUTHSHIRE AUDIT DISTRICT. PONTYPOOL UNION. ITHE undersigned, EDWARD MURRELL, ? Auditor of tbe above-named District, do hereby GIVE NOTICE that I have appointed the AUDIT of the ACCOUNTS of the PONTYPOOL UNION, and of the Parishes therein centained (and mentioned at the foot of this notice), for the half-year ended the 29th of Septem- ber, 1857, to commence on SATURDAY, the Twenty-fourth day of October instant, at Ten o'clock in the forenoon, at the WORKHOUSE of the said Union, when and where all persons who by law are bound to account at such Audit, are required to attend, and to submit all books, documents, bills, and vouchers, containing or relating to the accounts,or to moneys assessed for, and applicable to, the relief of the poor Dated the fifth day of October, 1857. (Signed) EDWARD MURREI.L, District Auditor. Parishes comprised in the above named Union .'— Goytrey Llandegveth Glascoed Llanvrechva Lower Gwehellog Llanthewy Vach Gwernesney Llantrilleth Kemys Commander Llanvrechva Upper Llanbaddock Mamhilad Llantrissent Monkswood Llangeview Panteague Llanvihangel-Pont-y-moile Trevethin < Llangibby Trostrey Llanthowell Usk EAST INDIA HOUSE, 30th September, 1857. HE COURT OF DIRECTORS of the THE COURT OF DIRECTORS of the J. EAST INDIA COMPANY do hereby GIVE NOTICE— That the Finance and Home Committee will be ready, on or before WEDNESDAY, the 14th October, 1857, at Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, to receive TENDERS, sealed up, from such persons as may be willing to supply the Company with 5,030 TONS OF COAL, for Steam Navigation, to be delivered at Bombay. The Tenders, specifying the several kinds of Coal, are to be made according to a form which may be had upon appli. cation at the Marine Branch of the Secretary's Office, in the East India House, with conditions annexed and the Tenders are to be left at the Secretary's Office, at any time before Eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the 14th October aforesaid, after which hour no Tender will be received. JAMES C. MELVILL, Secretary. EAST INDIA HOUSE, 1st October, 1857. npHE COURT OF DIRECTORS ot the X EAST INDIA COMPANY do hereby GIVE NOTICE That the Finance and Home Committee will be ready, on or before WEDNESDAY, the 14th October, 1857, at ^Eleven o'clock in the Forenoon, to receive TENDERS, sealed up, from such persons as mny be willing to supply the Company with 5 000 TONS OF COAL for Steam Navigation, to be delivered at the City of Calcutta, in the East Indies. The Tenders are to be made according to a form which may be had upon application at the Marine Branch of the Secretary's Office, in the East India House, with condi- tions annexed and the Tenders are to be left at the Secretary's Office, at any time before Eleven o'clock in the forenoon of the 14th October aforesaid, after which hour no Tender will be received. JAMES C. MELVILL, Secretary. USK FARMERS' CLUB. PRESIDENT :-W. R. STRETTON, ESQ. HF, ANNUAL MEETING THE ANNUAL MEETING JL is fixed to take place on LANDOWLAS FARM, near Usk, on FRIDAY, the 16th of OCTOBER, 1857, when the following Prizes will be offered for competition, viz Class I.-First Prize, R3. Second Prize, £ 2. To the Farmer (being a Member) or his Son, for Ploughing half an acre of Land within Four Hours, in the best and most workmanlike manner, with a pair of Horses, without driver. Class 2.-First Prize, 22, offered by Mrs. Trelawny. Second JE1 10s. ThirdXl. Fourth 10s, TothePlough- man or servant of a member, for ditto. Class 3 -First Prize, JE1 10s. Second Sl. To the son or Servant of a Member, under 18 years of age, for ditto. Teams to be in the field at Niue o'clock, when lots will be drawn and the signal for starting will be given at half-past. If not more than two compete, the second prize will be withheld unless the workman- ship be commended.—Each unsuccessful competitor will be paid 2s. 6d. by Mrs. Pocock and Mrs. Green- how Helpb. Class 4.-First Prize, 22 2.3, offered by Mr. Henry Dowell. Second JE1 Js. by the Club. To the Two Farm Servants or Labourers of good character, in the employ of mem- bers of this club, who shall have lived in tlie same family, or have been employed on the same farm, for the greatest number of years consecutively, not less than five years. Winners of second prizes in this class will not be debarred from competing for the first prize. Class 5 First Prize JE2. Second YI. To the two in-door Women Servants, on the same conditions as the last class. Servants will not be allowed to compete unless their employers have belonged to the club for the last three years. The candidates for the above prizes to state their names and the names of their employ- ers to Mr. Clark, or to the Secretary, on or before the 10th of October. Class 6-Five Guineas offered by G. R. Greenhow Relph, Esq. To the Tenant Farmer who can show one fourth of his arable land under the best Green Crops. Not less than Five Acres of Swedes, and One Acre of Man- gold Wurtzels can compete with that exception, the quantity may consist of all or any of the following crops, viz. :—Turnips, Mangold Wurtzels, Carrots, Parsnips, and Cabbage. Notice of competition to be given to the Secretary or to Mr. Clark, on or before the 10th of October, and 53 paid at the time of entry, towards defraying the expenses of the Judges. Class 7.—A Prize of Three Guineas. To the Tenant Farmer who shows the neatest Farm, and the best kept Fences and Roadways, and displays thegreatest economy in the management of his Homestead, especially in the husbanding and preparation of Manure. Entrance fee 2s. 6d. Notice of competition to be sent in by the 10th of October. Class 8.—First Prize, X2 2s, offered by T. Gratrex, Esq. Second £ 1 Is, by the Club. Third 10s 6d, by Mr. Saun- ders. Abergavenny. To the Labourer of a Member of this Club, who shall show the neatest and best cropped Garden, and the neatest and tidiest cottage. Class 9.—First Prize, JCI Is, by W. A. Williams, Esq. Second, 10s. 6d, by G. R. G. Relph, Esq. For the best Set and Thatched Ricks, done by a Servant of a Member of this Club, regard being had to the number of Ricks. Notice of competition in classes 8 and 9, to be given to the Secretary, or Mr. Clark, on or before the 10th of October. TOWN OF USK PRIZES. Class 10.—One Guinea, offered by Mr. J. H. Clark, for the best pen of Five Ewes. Class 11 —Half-a-guinea, offered by Mr. J. Edwards, jun for the best pen of Five Yearling Wethers. Class 12.—One Gdinea, offered by Mr. Thomas Dunn, for the best Ram. Class 13.—One Guinea, offered by Mr. James Williams, for the best Fat Pig, the property of a Cottager. Class 14.— Half-a-guinea, offered by Mr. Horace Shepard, for the second best Fat Pig, as above. Class 15—Half-a-guinea, offered by Mr. Henry Roberts, for the best Boar. Class 16 —Half-a-guinea, offered by Mr. Herbert Williams, for the best Nag Colt, or Filly, foaled in 1856. SWEEPSTAKES.—Best five Yearling Ewes, 5a. Best two two-year old Steere, 5s. Best two Yearling Steers, 5s. Best three Cows, 5s. Best two Yearling Heifers, 5s. Stock Bull, 6s. Best Boar, 5s. ™ n or the Entries of Sweepstakes lies at Mr Clark's. v,«i ommitfee reserve to themselves the power of with- sufficient merit26' the JaJgeS °°naiJer there ia Dot Subscriptions to be paid to Mr. CLARK, or to Mr. P. MARFKLL, on or before the 12th. The Members and their friends will dine together at the Three Salmons Hotel, at Three o'clock.—Dinner and Dessert, 6d. G. R. G. RELPH, HON. SKC. •gotite. SIR CHARLES M. R. MORGAN, BART., HAS FIXED THE ANNUAL SHOW OF STOCK, AT THE NEW MARKET PLACE, NEWPORT, ¡' FOR TUESDAY, 15TH DECEMBER, 1 857. SILVER CUPS GIVEN BY SIR CHARLES MORGAN For the best yearling Ball, North Devon breed. For the best Boar. • For the best two-years-old Heifer, ditto. For the best Fat Pig. For the best yearling Bull, short horned breed. For the best Ram Lamb, long wool. For the best two-years-old Heifer, ditto. For the best Ram Lamb, short wool. For the best yearling Bull, Hereford breed. For the best yearling Cart Colt or Filly, bred by the For the best two-years old Heifer, ditto. exhibitor. For the best Fat Ox that has never won a prize. I The Stock to be bred and fed by, and the Property of the Exhibitor at the time of Showing.-Cross Breeds excluded. THE FOLLOWING SILVER CUPS GIVEN BY OTHER GENTLEMEN :— Capel Hanbury Leigh, Esq., Pontypool Park-A Cup, for the best Yearling Heifer, bred by the Exhibitor. William Mark Wood, Esq—.A Cup, value Five Guineas, for the second best ditto, bred by, and being the bona fide property of a farmer not farming his own estate. Colonel Lascelles-A Cup, for the best Glamorganshire Fat Cow. William H. M. Style, Esq.—A Cup, for the best Fat Cow. Thomas Powell, Esq., The Gaer-A Piece of Plate, value Ten Guineas, for the three best Cows, in milk, or within three months of calving. The Exhibitors for this priie must be Tenant Farmers, or persons not possessing landed property exceeding £ 300 per annum, and living in the County of Monmouth, Glamorgan, or Brecon. James Rennie, Esq., Maindee-A Piece of Plate, for the best pair of two years-old Heifers, in milk, or within three mouths of calving, bred by, and being the property of the Exhibitor, residing in the County of Monmouth or Glamorgan cross breed excluded. T. W. Booker Blakemore, Esq.. M P.-A Piece of Plate, value Five Guineas, for the best pair of Two-years- old Heifers, in milk, or within three months of calving. Frederick Justice, Esq., Belle Vue—A Cup, for the best pair of Yearling Steers. Samuel Homfray. Esq Glen Uske-A Cup, for the best Two-years-old Heifer, bred by the Exhibitor, and be- ing his property at the time of showing. D. R. Williamson, Esq., The Lawes, Perthshire—A Cup, for the second best Yearling Bull,short horned breed. William Phillips, Esq., Whitson House—A Piece of Plate, value Ten Guineas, for the best Bull, under two years old, that has been used for a season with the Exhi bitor'fl cows, and being in the possession of a Tenant Farmer nine months previous to the day of show, who resides on Caldicot or Wentloog Level. The Town Council of Newport—A Cup, value Twenty Guineas. The terms and particulars of this prize have not yet been determined upon; but will be announced in faandbi Is to be issued in a short period. Rt. Hon. Sir Benjamin Hall, Bart., M.P.—A Cup, for the best Ram, any Welsh Mountain breed. Lady Hall, Llanover Court-A Cup, value Five Guineas, for the best pen of six Breeding Ewes, any Welsh Mountain breed. George Homfray, Esq., Glen Uske-A Cup, value Five Guineas, for a pen of the best four Mountain Wethers, bred by the Exhibitor, in the County of Monmouth. Octavius Morgan, Esq M.P., The Friars—A Cup. for the best Boar and Sow, of any breed, under a year old W. S. Cartwright, Esq.. Newport-A Piece of Plate, for the best Sow and litter of Pigs, of any breed, the litter not to exceed four months old. John Logan, Esq., Maindee House —A Cup, value Five Guineas, for the best Three-years-old Cart Colt or Filly, to be in possession of the owner twelve months previous to the show. Thomas Gratrex, Esq., King's Hill-A Cup, for the best Two-years-old Cart Colt or Filly, bred by, and being the property of the Exhibitor at the time of showing. Rev. Augustus Morgan, Machen Rectory-A Cup, for the best Five-years-old Galloway, bred by, and the pro- perty of the Exhibitor. Admiral Rodney Mundy-A Cup, for the beat Cart Mare and Foal, to be in possession of the Exhibitor twelve months prior to the show. Sir Joseph Bailey, Baronet, M.P., Glen Uske Park-A Cup, for the best Cart Stallion that has covered in the County of Monmouth, 1857. William Jones, Esq., Clytha-A Cup, for the best Brood Mare, half bred, the Foal to be shown with the mare, or satisfactory proof given that the mare is in foal. John E. Rolls, Esq The Hendre.A Cup for the best Pony, under four years old, being in the possession of the exhibitor twelve mouths previous to the show. J. P. Gwynne Holford, Esq., Buckland, Breconshire.- A Cup for the best Yearling Colt or Filly, got by a thorough-bred horse, and bred in Monmouthshire, Gla- morganshire, or Breconsbire. Godfrey Charles Morgan, Esq.—A Cup, for the best Three-years old Colt or Filly, got by a thorough-bred horse, and bred in Monmouthshire or Glamorganshire. E. M Curre, Esq., Itton Court.-A Cup, value seven guineas, for the best Four-years-old Col', Filly, or Geld- ing, got by a thorough-bred horse, foaled and bred in the county of Monmouth, and being the property of the exhi- bitor six months previous to the day of showing. Charles Croft Williams, Esq., Roath Court.-A Cup, value not less than five guineas, to the Exhibitor of the best and most useful Implements in Agriculture. Crawshay Bailey, Esq., M.P.—A Cup, value ten guineas, to the tenant farmer, in Monmouthshire, not possessing landed property exceeding JE300 per annum, for the best Root Crop, consisting of Mangold Wurtzel, and Swedish or Common Turnip, in all not less than fifteen acres. The competitors for this prize must bo subscribers to the Town Cups, and make their entry at the Tredegar Estate Office, on or before the lith November, 1857, and pay at the same time five shillings towards defraying the expenses of the Judges appointed to award the same. G. R. Greenhow Relph, Esq., Beech-hill, near Usk. A Cup, value ten guineas, to the Tenant Farmer of 100 acres or upwards, in Monmouthshire, whose farm is under the best general system and course of husbandry whose fences and road ways are in the best condition, and who has the best general stock. The Stock (Bulls and Rams excepted) upon the farm shown, must have been wholly kept on the farm for the preceding six months. There must be two bond fide competitors, and the Judges tobave a discretionary p 'wer to withhold the prize if there be not sufficient merit. The competitors for this prize to make their entry at the Tredegar Estate Office, on or before the llth November, 1857, and pay at the time five shillings towards defraying the expenses of the Judges appointed to award the same. W. P. Herrick, Esq., Beau Manor Park, Loughborough, Leicestershire.-A Cup, value five guineas, to the Tenant Farmer of not more than 150 acres, whose farm is situated on the south side of the road leading from Newport to Chepstow, and is under the best general system and course of husbandry, fences in the best condition, and ricks best made and thatched. There must be two b< nd fide com- petitors, and the Judges to have a discretionary power to withhold the prize if there be not sufficient merit. The competitors for this prize to make their entry at the Tre- degar Estate Office, on or before the llth November, 1857, and pay at the time five shillings towards defraying the expenses of the Judges appointed to award the same. George Rollings, Esq., Llanarthan.—A Cup, value five pounds, to the Tenant Farmer of not more than 60 acres, which shall be the best cultivated, in the parishes of Rumney, St. Mellons, Marshfield, Peterstone, St Brides, or Coedkernew, whose dit. hes and grips are properly cast, their fences neatly laid, and their crops clean, and well put in. There must be four bond fide competitors, and the Judges to have a discretionary power to withhold the prize if there be not sufficient merit. The competitors for this prize to make their entry at the Tredegar Estate Office, on or before the llth November, 1857, and pay at the timenfive shillings towards defraying the expenses of the Judges appointed to award the same. SUBSCRIBERS TO THE FOLLOWING PRIZES, INHABITANTS OF THE TOWN OF NEWPORT I AND NEIGHBOURHOOD. £ s. es., s. Allen, Mrs. Tredegar Arms, Newport 1 1 Hopkins, W., hairdresser, Newport.. I I Philpotts, Richard, Haysgate 1 I Baker, Richard, Llanvihangel 1 1 Hughes, George, Penpergwm I 1 Price, William, Bishton 1 I Baker, D, Chepstom 11 Hyndman, John, Newport I I i Prichard, George, Llanvihangel, Aber- Ballard, T. A., woolstapler, Newport 1 1 Ion, Matthew, Tredegar I I gavenny 1 1 Batchelor, T. B., Newport 11 Ion, Richard, Newport I 1 Pride, William, Lanvihangel, Rogiet I 1 Bateson, George, Newport 11 Irwin, James, Bassalleg 1 1 Prothero,Charles, Llanfrechfa Grange 1 1 Bassett, Alexander, C. E.1 1 Jenkins, John, Bassalleg I Pontypool Iron Company •• 1 1 Beacon, Proprietor of 11 Jenkins. John jun., Caerleon ..1 I Rees, W. S Croescaeninon 11 Bird, —, merchant, Cardiff 1 1 Jones, WiUiam, Farm Field 1 1 Rees, W. T Holly House 1 I Bland, John, Bristol .IX Jones, Jenkin, Park, neu Cudlff ..I I Btaa, E., Futthrivgoch ..1 1 Bolt, Henry, builder, Newport ..1 1 Jones, John, Llwynygaer l 1 Rees, John, tanner, Newport .1 1 Brewer, T. L., Danygraig .1 1 Jones, Joseph, Gellywasted 1 1 Richards, Thomas, Vaindra .1 1 Brewer, John, Machen 1 1 Jones, William, Coedkernew ] I Richards, John, Abergavenny ..1 1 Cardiff and Merthyr Guardian, Pro- Jordan, Charles,Pillgwenlly 1 I Reynolds, W., Gloncestei .1 1 prietorof 11 Keene, Mrs., Goldclift I I Roberts, J. B., Pillgwenliy Clark, John, merchant 1 1 Keene, Rees, Pencreeg 1 I Rogers, Ebenezer, Abercame.1 1 Clarke, Wm., painter, &c., Newport. 1 1 Keene, Richard, Penhow 1 I Rosser, Thomas, High Cross.t 1 Collins, Henry, Duffryn .1 1 Langley, William, Lanvair 1 I Russell, John, Wyelands .1 1 Cross, Thomas, Risca 1 1 Latch, Joseph, Newport I I Sainsbury, William, Castle Inn, New- Daniel, Edward, saddler, Newport 1 1 Lawrence, John, Cwmbran f I port 11 Davis, H. J., solicitor, Newport ..1 1 Lewis, Thomas, tailor, Newport .I 1 Samuelson, Barnhard, Banbury, Oxon I 1 Davies, John, grocer, Newport ..1 1 Lewis, John, Tydee .t I Scard. Simeon, corn merchant, New- Davies, Thomas T., Langstone Court 1 1 Lewis, C., Tredegar place, Newport.! port I I Dew, Mrs., Llanvetherine .1 1 Lewis, Rev. E. P., Portskewett ..1 ] Scard, Meses, Newport. I Dew, Henry, mercer, Newport ..1 1 Lewis, T. F., maltster, Newport Senior, John, Newport.. 1 e Dowle, George, Caerwent .11 Lewis, Mrs., Llangibby 1 I Seys, John, The Graig .1 1 Dowle, John, Claypit Farm, near Lewis, David, Great House. Llanarth I i Seys, Charles, Tregwiilim .1 1 Chepstow .11 Lloyd, John, King's Head Hotel, Sharp, Robert, Hewelsfield Court 1 Duckham, Charles, Salisbury Farm.. 1 1 Newport 11 Somerset Colonel, M.P. 5 5 Duckham, Robert, butcher, Newport 1 1 Long, Mrs., Rogiet 1 1 Speary, William, Newport I Diiffield, John, Risca I Ludlow, Daniel, Newport 1 I Star of Gment, Proprietor of 1 Edwards, Thomas, Llanarth 1 1 Lyne, Charles, Newport I I Stone, J. S., implement maker, New- Egelstaff & Son, Hotwells, Bristol 1 1 Maule, James, road surveyor, Christ- port 11 Evans, Benjamin, mercer, Newport. 1 1 church l 1 Stratton, Richard, Broad Hinton. Evans, Henry, Llandowlas .1 1 Merlin, Proprietor of. ) I Swindon t t Evans, William, merchant, Newport 1 1 Milner, John, Whiston i l Toogood, R. M., Newport. I I Evans, Cornelius, & Son, auctioneers, 1 1 Milner, Thomas, Nash.. 1 Thomas, Benjamin, Newport"* "l 1 Faulkner, Hy., druggist, Pillgwenlly 1 1 Morgan, Hugh, butcher, Newport 1 Thomas, Griffith, King's Arms Inn Gammon, George, Tredegar Arms, Morgan, Rees, St. Mellons I 1 Pillgwenlly I Pillgwenlly 11 Morgan, Henry, Mamhi;ad .t Thomas, Thomas, Tydraw,Lantiithed I 1 Garraway, William, B istol I 1 Morgan, Edward, Pyeeorner, Nash:. I I Tredegar Iron Co Tredegar. x i Gregory, Henry, Cambrian Brewery. 1 1 Morgan, Wm, druggist, Pillgwenlly. I I Vernon, S. West of England Bank, Grout, Joseph, stationer, Newport 1 1 Morris, David, Risca .11 Neivport Ilabershon, W. G., Bloomsbury- Morse, Henry, bonded stores, Newport 1 I Wansborough, J & T. P., painters, square, London 2 12 6 Mullock, Henry, stationer, Newport.. 1 1 Newport 1 1 Hale, Henry, Christchurch .II Nicholas & Co., timber merchants ..1 1 Watkins, Edward, Ship & Pilot Inn, 1 Hale, Matthew, Cold Harbour ..1 1 Nicholas, R. II Newport 11 Newport 11 Hallen, Samuel T., Westgate Hotel. 1 1 Oliver, C. H, printer and stationer, Wells, Edward, Canal Office, Newport 1 1 Hare, John, & Co., merchants, Bristol 1 1 Newport, ..11 Wells, Nugent, silversmith, Newport 1 1 Harrliy, D., wine and spirit merchant, Parker, William, Caerwent 1 1 Westell, James, Crown Inn, Newport 1 1 Newport I I Perkins, Thorn ts.Mathern .l 1 Wilkes, Thomas, Newport .1 1 Hawkins, Capt, Shirenewton I 1 Phillips, Joseph, Pen van 11 Williams, William & Co., timbermer- Hawkins, J., surgeon, Newport I 1 Phillips, Philip, Newport 1 l chants 11 Hereford Journal, Proprietor of I I Phillips, Charles, Wm. IV. Inn, New- Williams, John, Splot." 1 1 Ilerefoi-d Times., Proprietor of. I I port .11 Williams, Morgan, Llandevaud 1 1 Higgins, Henry, Woollaston Grange 1 1 Phillips, E. J., chemist, Newport ..1 1 Williams, T. R Caerleon .1 1 Hobbs, Henry, innkeeper, Newport.. I I Phillips, S. M. & H., merchants, New Williams WiUiam Red House Ely 1 1 Hodges, Henry, Bristol I I port l 1 Wiuter, M T.S..Ha.i-trid"e.. 11 Homfray, L. A. Glen Uske I 1 Phillips, James. Trosteven .l I Workman, Henry, Coedkernew 1 1 Hookey, G. R., Risca Lodge I I Phillips, John, chemist, Newport ..11 A Piece of Plate, value ten guineas, lor the best Hull, Cow, and Offspring, the Offspring being under two years old, the Cow being in milk, or within three months of calving, and she and her Offspring having been bred by the Exhibitor, and the Bull, Cow, and Offspring, being his property at the time of showing cross breed excluded. A Piece of Plate, value ten guineas, for the best Fat Cow, fed by the Exhibitor, and being in his possession twelve months previous to the day of showing. A Piece of Plate, value ten guineas, for the two best Fat Cows, of any age, to be fed by the Exhibitor, in the County of Monmouth, and to be in his possession nine months previous to the show. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the two best Fat Cows, of any age, to be fed by the Exhibitor, who resides on the levels of Caldicot or Wentloog, and to be in his possession nine months previous to the day of show. A Piece of Plate, value ten guineas, for the best pair of two-years-old Steers, (which shall not show six broad teeth, full up,) bred and fed by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the best pair of Yearling Steers, (which shall not show four broad teeth, full up,) bred and fed by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing. A Piece of Plate?, value ten guineas, for the best pair of Yearling Stock Heifers, (which shall not show four broad teeth full up,) bred by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing cross breed ex- cluded. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the best pen, consisting of four Yearling Wethers, long wool, (which shall not show four broad teeth, full up,) bred and fed by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the best pen, consisting of four Yearling Stock Ewes, long wool, (which shall not show four broad teeth full up,) bred by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the best pen, consisting of four Breeding Ewes, long wool, (which shall not show six broad teeth, full up,) under three years old, bred and fed by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the best pen, consisting of four Breeding Ewes, long wool, above three years old, bred and fed by the Exhibitor, and being his property at the time of showing. A Piece of Plate, value ten guineas, for the best piece, (not being less than ten acres,) of Swedish Turnips, growing within the County of Monmouth and if a portion only of a field be exhibited for this prize, the piece so shown, to be measured through the whole length of the drills in that part of the field which may be selected for competition. A Piece of Plate, value five guineas, for the best piece, (not Geing less than five acres,) of Swedish Turnips, grown by a Tenant Farmer, in the County of Monmouth, who does not farm more than 100 acres of arable land and if a portion only of a field be exhibited for this prize, the piece so shown to be measured as in the last prize. A Premium of two guineas and a half, for Farm Servants or Labourers, for the longest servitude, uninterruptedly, under the same master, on the same Farm, or under the same family. A second Premium of one guinea and a half ditto. A third Premium of one guinea ditto. All persons intending to compete for the Prizes to be given for Swedish Turnips must leave a notice in writing, of such their intention, with Mr. R. K. JONES, at the Tredegar Estate Office, on or before the 30th day of September, 1857, and pay at the same time five shillings, towards defraying the expanses of the Judges appointed to award the same. No person will be allowed to compete for the two prizes given for Swedish Turnips, in the same year, nor any person who took either of the two prizes the preceding year. The Horned Stock must be in the Show Yard by 12 o'clock, and the Sheep and Pigs by 2 o'clock, p m., on the day previous to the Show, and the Horses, by 10 o'clock on the day of the Show, for the inspection of the Judges, and remain until 3 o'clock p.m., or be-disqualified. That not more than one servant be allowed with each Exhibitors Horned Stock, Sheep, or Pigs. That no Exhibitor or any person interested in the Stock offered for competition ex- cepting one servant, shall be present during the time the Judges are inspecting the Stock. c •• c ii. n The Qualification of the Stock to be exhibited for the above Prizes, to be proved to the satiataction ot three Gen- tlemen, to be named by the Committee, previous to the Exhibition. The proprietor of the Stock to be exhibited for each of the Town Prizes, to reside within twenty five miles of the Cattle Market, Newport, and such distance to be ascertained by admeasurement along the nearest road, to the residence of the contending parties. The Exhibitor for each of the Town Prizes to be Tenant Farmers, or Persons not possessing landed property exceeding £ 3 0 per annum. No person to be admittted a claimant for any of the Prizes given by the inhabitants f Newport and Neighbourhood, unless a Subscriber, and his subscriptions be paid into the hands of Mr. Sydney Evans, or theWest of England and South Wales Banking Company, Newport, on or before the llth of November, 1857. All persons exhi- biting, or persons who may have exhibited illegally, or not conformably to the Rules of the Shew, will be dis- qualified, and not allowed to enter again. All animals having won a prize at a former Cattle Show are disqualified, for competing for the Town Prizes and it is not permitted that any animal be exhibited for two prizes the same year. (See Special Rules). All Stock, Implements, &c., intended to compete for the above prizes, to be entered, and the certificates to be deli- vered between the hours of 10 in the morning, and 5 in the afternoon of Wednesday, the 2nd December, 1857, to Mr. R. K. JONES, at the Office, in the Cattle Market, Newport, and each Exhibitor to pay One Shilling for e;ich entry. No person will be admitted in the Show Yard, before two o'clock on the day of the Show, without paying One Shilling. Tickets may be had of Mr. Charles H. Oliver, Printer, 21, Commercial Street, Newport, on payment of One Shilling. An AUCTION for stock on the day of the Show. Application to be made to Messrs. CORNE- LIUS EVANS & SON, Auctioneers, at or .before Eleven o'clock on the day of the Show. A Catalogue of the Entries will be published on the day of the Show, to be had at the Gates in Ruperra-street, a at Mr. Charles n. Oliver's, 21, Commercial-street. Price Sixpence. For particulars of Prizes to be given for Poultry, see handbills. AN ORDINARY AT THE KING'S HEAD HOTEL, AT FOUR O'CLOCK. Sept. 19th, 18-57. — i.. j cJttam d'ommuuiratimt. NEW LINE OF STEAMERS BETWEEN LIVERPOOL AND CARDIFF. 'THE fast-sailing and power* rK JL ful iron steamer | •7*7 "PRESTON," i H. FLETCHER, Commander, Is intended to ply between the above named Ports for the purpose of conveying Goods and Merchandise, and afford- ing to Merchants, Tradesmen, and the public generally, an accommodation they have long felt the want of she will be despatched from Liverpool, West side of COLLING* WOOD DOCK, every SATURDAY, weather permitting, and from Cardiff, BULL WHARF, every TUESDAY. C For particulars of Freight, &c., apply to Messrs. PIL- KINGTON BROTHERS, 21, Water-street, Liverpool; Mr. HENRY BELCHER, Bull Wharf, Cardiff; or Messrs. NAISH & Co 29, LJanarth-street, Newport, Monmouthshire. Goods conveyed to all parts of South Wales and.Mon- mouthshire. [1683 BRISTOL GENERAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY "I TSAV SRISTOL AND NEWPORT. npHE Bristol General Steam Naviga- ir *'on Company's splendid Paddle Steamer "SWIFT,7' Captain JAMES PABFITT, or other suitable vessel, will ply during the ensning Week as follows r— Bristol to Newport. Newport to Bristol. OCTOBER. OCTOBER. Saturday 10 10 morn Monday 12 12i after Tuesday 13 '2 £ after Wednesday 14 2} after Thursday 15 4 after Friday 16 31 after Saturday 17 6 morn Saturday 17 4 after A Waiting room is provided opposite the Landing Place at Hotwells, where Passengers are taken on board free of charge, about fifteen minutes after the time stated in the bills for sailing from Bathurst Basin. A Packet from the Hotwells to and from PORTISHEAD daily (Sundays excepted). FAREs-After C'abin,3s; Front Cabin, Is. 6d. To and Fro sam. day. AfterCabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. Four-wheel Carriage 18s.! Two-wheel ditto, or light Phseton, 8s.; Two-wheel Carriage, or light Phaoton, drawn by one horse, with Driver, 12s.; Horse, 5s.; Horse and Rider, 6s., Dogs, Is. each. Refreshments may be had on board at moderate charges. Horses and Carriages shipped at Bathurst Basin one hour befort sailing, Fnrther particulars may be obtained at the Bristol General Steam Navigation Company's Office, Quay, Bristol, where all Goods, Packages, Parcels, &c should be addressed. Bills and other information can be obtained of Mr. JOHN JONES, Rownham Wharf, Hotwells; or of Mr. R.P.JONES Rodney Wharf, Newport. j Bristol to Cardiff. 7s 6d. Children under twelve j OCTOBER. years, 4s. Carriage, 42s; Pair' Monday 12 li after horse pliieton, 31s 6d; Small one- i Wednesday 14. 34 after horse ditto, 25s; Gig, 20s; Hors* Friday 16 4J after 20s, Dog, 3s. J Saturday 17 6 morn Horses and Carriages landed | Cargo and Live Stock only. and embiirked at the risk and j Saturday 10 101 morn and exPea3e of therf Tuesday 13 3 after t)wners- j Cardiff to Bristol Bristol to ililford, Pater, and I, OCTOBER. HaoerJ'ordwest. Saturday 10 8J morn October. Tuesday 13 1 after Tuesday 13 8 after Thursday 15 2f after f^eeS—Cabin 13s., Deck, 7s6« Saturday 17 3i after F £ om £ Illf?rJ?r Waterford, From South Wales Terminus, Cargo and Live Stock only. Wednesday Evenings, at Eigbt Monday 12 11J morn o'clock, or as soon after as cit. Wednesday 14 2 after cumstances will permit. Bristol to Tenby. F ARES,-Best Cabin, 12s. 6d., OCTOBER Fore-Cabm, 7s 6d. Tuesday 13 21 after Waterford to Bristol Friday Tenby to Bristol. n Bristo1 to Carmarthen. » • -« F AREs-Cabin, 13s. Children as soon after arrival frolØ under twelve years. 6s 6d. Ser- Bristol as circnmstances will vantsintheCabin,8s(including permit Steward's Fees.) Fore Cabin, FABES- Same as Tenby NOTICE. The Proprietors of the above Steam Packets will act j be accountable for any Cabin Passengers' Luggage (if lost ot j damaged) above the value of jE2: nor for any Deck Passsngers I Luggage (if lost or damaged) above the value of 20s unless i" each case entered as such, and freight in proportion paid for tW same, at the time of delivery, nor will they be answerable fot any other parcel, above the value of 40s. (if lost or damaged) uJV, less entered as such, and freight in proportion paid for the saffl* at the time of delivery. [40 BRISTOL AND NEWPORT. NOTICE.—A comfortable Waiting-room is provided at RownhOO Ferry, and Passengers and their Luggage re embarked landed free of expense. '"PHE New Steam Packet Com" /vjn.r/ JL pany (Limited) hereby announc* 9 that their fast-sailing: Screw Steamer** -Si wiim\ i 'wS AVON.» T. LODGE, Commander! SEVERN," W HOWE, Commander! vunless prevented by any unforeseen occurrence) are intended sail as follows, during the month of OCTOBER 1857;— | From Bathurst Basin, Bristol. From Beaufort Wharf, Newp°r j m 2 Friday 4 30 after P 2 Friday 3 45 ,afte' [ p 3f Saturday 6 15 morn P 3 Saturday 4 30 pf*% f p 5|Monday 7 15 morn P 5 Monday 6 0 f p 6}Tuesday. 7 45 morn P 6 Tuesday 6 30 "afte* P 7 Wednesday.. 8 15 room 7 Wednesday-na sailing- M 8 Thnrsday—no sailing. p 8 Thursday. 7 15 M°*5 p 9 Friday 9 O morn M 9 Friday 8 30 m°2, m 10 Saturday .10 0 morn P 10 Saturday 8 45 p 12gMonday 1 45 after M 12 Monday 12 45 Rftat1 *13 Tuesday 2 15 after P 13 Tuesday 1 30 af'5 1 M ls 5 30 >fter u 14 Wednesday 2 15 "8 RS5T. Jisft? -}? M 19 Monday— no sailing P 19 Monday 5 15 *■" P 20 Tuesday 7 0 morn 20 Tuesday— uo sailing. m 21 Wednesday ..7 0 morn P 21 Wednesday ..6 0 p 22 Thursday 8 0 morn M 22 Thursday 7 0 m°*Jj M 23 Friday 8 0 morn p 23 Friday 7 0 p 24 Saturday 9 15 morn M 24 Saturday 8 80 M 263Monday 10 0 morn P 26 Monday 8 30 ta°*^ p2TgTucsday .12 30 after M 27 Tuesday .10 80 M 28 Wednesday 2 0 after p 28 Wednesday ..12 45 P 29 Thursday 2 45 after m 29 Thursday 1 0 M 30 Friday 3 0 after p 30 Friday 2 15 P 31 Saturday 4 15 after p 31 Saturday 8 30 a™ P The days on which Passengers are taken. m.Nierchandise only t To and Fro from Bristol. + To and Fro from Newport. § To and from Cumberland Basin. FARES:—Ajter Cabin, 3s. Fore Cabin, Is 6d. To and Fro same day (provided a To and Fro Ticket be taken) Ajter Cabin, 4J. j Fore Cabin, 2s.; Four-Wheel Carriage, 18s.; Small Four- Carriage, 12s. 6d Gig, or Light Phceton,8s.; Ditto, with Horse a. Driver, 12s.; Horse, 5s.; Horse and Rider, 6s.; Dogs, Is. each- Refreshments may be had on board. 'f Horses and Carriages must be alongside Two Hours before advertised time of sailing, to ensure shipment. A Return Tickets will be issued from Saturday to Monday, at T° and Fro Fares.. | Time Iiills of the sailings of these Packets can be seen at tD» f Stations on the Newport, Abergavenny. and Hereford, and Easter^ and Western Valleys Railways; may also be obtained at t 1, principal Inns in the undermentioned ] laces: Pontypool, Aber sychan, Crumlin, Blaina, Nantyglo, Brynmawr, Beaufort,Sirh.01" Tredegar, Newtown. Ebbw Vale, Victoria, Blackwood, Newbridg* Abercarn, and Risca.. J The Proprietors give notice that they have taken extensi^ | Warehouses and Offices, situate opposite the SEAMEN FLOATING CHAPEL, on the GROVE, BRISTOL, where all Goo^*| intended for Transit by their Steamers, will henceforth received, and where Conditions of Freight, &c may be knO as also at Beaufort Wharf, Newport. Goods Warehoused on rejr sonable Terms. A As it is intended that these Packets shall start PTTNOTUALb* I AT THE TIMES ADVERTISED, the Shipment of Goods same da if s Steamer cannot be guaranteed unless they are alongside 0*^ hour before the time of sailing. ,J| NOTICE—The cheapest route 'via Newport and Herefor^f hour before the time of sailing. ,J| NOTICE—The cheapest route 'via Newport and Herefor^f Railway Company) to Liverpool, Birkenhead, and places adjace in the North, is by these Packets. First, Second, and Third Class Trains leave Mill-'Stre^, Station, Newport, for Birkenhead and Liverpool, at 7-30 a.m. t 1-40 p.m. Fares to Birkenhead—First Class, 28s. 4d., sec0p ditto, 21s. Id. Third ditto, 12s. 4d. < 9681 H A GILLER, Traffic Manager- CARDIFF STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. *1 rpHE following fast-sailing Steamers' —"JENNY 'JONES," DAVID £ V^v/jBVfl^Comtnauder: and"TALIESIN,"DAVIUGeoBJ^, Commander; are intended to ply between CA > DIFF and BRISTOL, with Passengers and Merchandise, dun1' the month of OCTOBER, 1857, as follows: a Arriving at, and starting from, Bathurst Basin. Bristol, call' 9 at the Hotwells, where passengers will be landed and embarK at the Rownham Ferry Slip, free of expense, at which place comfortable Waiting Room is provided. From Bute Docks, Cardiff. From Bathurst Basin, BrisWf'j Saturday 3 *4 mora Saturday 3 5} aft Monday 5 5! after Monday 5 7 a") Tuesday 6 6 morn Tuesday 6 7J Wednesday 7 Gi morn Thursday 8 9 Friday 9 morn Saturday 10 10 £ JB Monday 12 lit morn nd Wednesday 14 2 after Tuesday 13 3 Thursday 15 *3 morn Thursday 15 4 at", Friday 16 3.1 after Saturday 17 5] a> Saturday 17 *4 morn ad Monday 19 4J after Monday 19 6J Tuesday 20 5i morn Tuesday 20 71 TdOj Wednesday 21 6 morn Thnrsday 22 8 „ 21 5J after Saturday 24 9 111 Friday 23 7 morn 23 6j after _J Monday 26 morn Tuesday 27 Wednesday 28 12 noon Thursday 29 21 a'J> Friday 30 2 after Saturday 31 4 • To and Fro from Cardiff 1st, 3rd, 15th, and 17th. § To Fro from Bristol, 2nd. |To and From Cumberland B»s' 26th and 27th. Fares: After Cabin, 3s.; Fore Cabin, Is. 6d. To and Fro same day, provided a To and Fro Ticket be -After Cabin, 4s.; Fore Cabin, 2s. -i< To and Fro Tickets will also be issued ou Saturday, availftP for the Return Trip on Monday..af NOTICE.—It being intended to leave punctually at the ttfo stated above, no Goods will be received for Shipment later f one hour previous.. A Goods and Parcels forwarded with despatch to Bridgend, Port Talbot. Neath, Swansea, Llanelly, Merthyr, Aberdare, Pontypridd, Cowbridge, Caerphilly, Ac-, —Also to and from London. Manchester, Birmingham, and parts of the kingdom.—Freight to be paid TO PORTERS. tblÎ Omnibuses are in waiting at Cardiff on he arrival of Steamers, to convey Passengers to the railway stations and parts of the town.. njt N.B.— Horses, Carriages, Cattle, &c intended for the aD" j, Packets, to be shipped and unshipped at Bathurst Basin, Bris ip, Carriages, horses, &c., to be alongside one hour previous to 1 time of sailing. Refreshments may be had on Board on moderate terms..J Four wheel Carriage, "20s.; Four-wheel Phseton, drawn by horses, 15s.; One-horse Phseton, or Gig, 10s.; Four-wheel, by one horse, and driver, 12s; Horse and Rider, after C»% 73. Od.; fore Cabin, 6s. 0d.; Cattle, 4s.; Horses, 5s. each; She 8d. each; Lambs, 6d. each; Pigs, 9d Dogs and Calves, Is. —Shipping and landing live stock, at risk of their owners .—TP Fares include every expense.. *« Not accountable for any goods without shipping notes-,y NOTICE —Goods for the above Steamers will be J Bathurst Basin. Bristol, and will .be collected in Bristol, quired, at a moderate charge. Geods will also be recei Clare-street Hall, subject to a charge for hauling Bat"1 Basin. Goods delivered free of hauling and D .<k dnes at Cardinal# • • Parcels for conveyance will be received at Uif i-oJ and will be punctually forwarded V Further information as to freight, &e., may !>e applying at the Company's Office, Bute PjeKS, Cif")P William Davies, News-room, St. Marv'h-;<tTP.et, Cardi?, or John Evered, Clare- street Hall, Ma* n ieet, Bristofc 52 J. TUOM> f, a#aeral