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1 A LARGE STOCK OF CLARETS Of he celebrated Vintages 1868, 1870, now in splendid condition. The market price of these Vintagefl is rapidly rising, be Messrs DOBELL retain for the present their former rate CRUSTED-PORTS Bottled and laid down by Messrs. DOBELL during the past 40 years. SOLE AGENCY FOR MR. MAX GREGER'S HUNGARIAN WINES. CARLOWITZ, SUPPLIED ON THE FLAGON SYSTEM. OLD LANDED BRANDIES, OLD BONDED WHISKEYS, Detailed price lists forwarded post free on application. JOHN DOBELL AND Co., CHELTENHAM, TEWKESBURY, &c BRANCH OFFICES 9, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT. fll LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCES AND GUARANTEES FOR THE FIDELITY OF PER SONS IN SITUATIONS OF TRUST. ARE EFFECTED BY >, MR. W. CHRISTOPHERS, MERLIN" OFFICE 15, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT, MON. 8, COMMERCIAL STREET, OPPOSITE THE WESTGATE HOTEL, NEWPORT. R. PEARMAN, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, 11, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY DISPENSED. 12 vV. E. VAUGHAN & CO'S STEAM DYEING, BLEACHING, AND: SCOURING WORKS, 52, COMMERCIAL-STREET, NEWPORT. ALSO, CARDIFF, MERTHYR, SWANSEA, AND TENBY AGENT FOR USK—Messrs Jones and Powell, drapers. &c AGENT FOR BLAENAVO-N-Mr. J.Harris, draper. Londen House. AGENT FOR BLAINA—Mrs. Collins, confectiouei. AGENT FOR BRTNMAWB—Mrs. Hicks, milliner, &c., Beaufort-street. 1^8 A CCIDENTS BY FLOOD AND FIELD 1:1.. ACCIDENTS OB ALL KINDS May be provided against by a Policy of the Railway Passengers' Assurance Company, The oldest and largest Accidental Assurance Company RON. A. KINNAIRD, M.P., Chairman. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL £ 1,000,000 j ANNUAL INCOME < £ 205,000. £1,120,000 have been paid as COMPENSATION, A fixed sum in case of Death by Accident, and a Weekly Allowance in the event of Injury, may be 3ecured at moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to Insurers offive yem's' sf((nding. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local Agents, or 04, Cornhill, Loudon. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. Agents for Newport: Messrs. W. WILLIAMS and Co, 16, Dock-street; Mr. W. J. LLOYD, Bank Chambers —Agonc for Ebbw Vale and Blaina: Mrs. B-Ul. :920 TRANSATLANTIC LINE. NEW YORK. Average Passage 9 £ days. The General Transatlautic Cos. Steamers of 4,A <- tons, classed 100 Al at English Lloyds, LEAVE PLYMOUTH FOR NEW YORK D I E B C T, EVERY SATURDAY. FARES from NEWPORT, MON., to New York, Boston, and Philadelphia, Saloon ••• 13, 17, & 21 guineas, Intermediate 7 ;iuinj2as. STEERAGW (bedding and mess utensils free) £ b 15 0 Railway Fares allowed to Plymouth. Apply to LUSCOMBE, BELLAMY, and Co., Plymouth. Agents wanted in all unrepresented Districts. [1200 JOHN YOUNG, PHARMACEUTICAL CHE Id 1ST, X..2Q, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT. Physicians' Prescriptions and Pamily Receipts care- fully Prepared. [8 & The demand FOR whol esome beverages induced the Importers upwards of 40 YEARS since, to supply the Public with Pure Tea. SHORNIMAN'S TEA: from its very reliable good quality *i3 PREFERRED; the J £ Importers guarantee it perfectly pure. It is famous FOR possessing the delicate aroma of the Spring gathering. Its great STRENGTH is due i*. ———— # to extremely careful selection in China. The fine F L A V O R is very delicious. CHEAPNESS also is p. secured by the Price being on Packets. HORNIMAN's LOCAL AGENTS A-JERGAVF.XSY ««0.<den \Vatkius. ilisrli-t. ABEEXILLEKY.Evans, chemist liAKOEV, .I'hiljiott f, ABEEXILLEKY.Evans, chemist ISDKRFORD.. Cortrv. in.cheirist CsicKuowri-i. O hristojditr. CA.RDi7F..Kernick .23,I)¡¡ke s.! Ditt o..Williams,Piite-streftj CHEP6TOw..<>rHlit lis,book siller COLPVORD.. Wilhanis.-Hn'WL)| DOWLAIS. TUiigc, 173 ',High-st.: lj V ON H i" I t A ,v h. y MAISDEE, E. B. Jones, chemist OVMOUTF..Boweii,coniPcti< ne Nswsiuai i rjer/iijipat M,WPOKT,EmiUKT!s,i:r't street »• L'anarUi i. „ J RHIM.IRR9?,OVJUM'ICI:TL street, chpn.i t J. YOUNG 'Hi, Hijfh sti. et SEV», 1, Stow lii;] Cn-operativo ^r riery „ C. PAINE, chemist.Com- mercial- street PONTvrooi "VVyoci < hi ;i t VosTYPK?j>D..Jan>«! chemist R'.iYMJiEV.l)avies, chor.ii: t iKisCA Taylor, li>-ii; i- IUSK EdwardR,chemist TREDEGAR AGRICULTURAL AND POULTRY SHOWS. OPEN TO ALL ENGLAND, WITHOUT SUBSCRIPTION. LORD TREDEGAR has fixed the ap- JLJ proaching MEETING for TUESDAY and WED- NESDAY, the 27TH and 28TH NOVEMBER, 1877. The Prize List contains 51 Regulated Classes for CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, and HORSES the Prizes in which vary in value from < £ 20 to £5. POULTRY PHIZES, to the value of £1,10, are also offered. The Prize Lists, with Certificates for Entry, and all particulars, may be had on application to ME. J. G. PALLING, Tredegar Estate Office, Newport, Mon. N B.—Entries close on 31st October, 1877. T1549 QUEENSLAND EMIGRATION. GAILINGS FROM GREAT BRITAIN. The next Ship, the Scottish Kniflht, will sail from London for Brisb.me, Queensland, on the 21st November. Female Domestic Servants free. Apply to the Local Agents Mr. L. L. LEWIS, Briery Hill, Ebbw Vale; Mr. T GRIFFITHS, Beaufort House, Chepstow; Mr. WARD 144, Commercial-street, Newport; or to The AGENT-GENERAL for QUEENSLAND, 32, Charing Cross, London, S.W. L1226 NEWPORT TURNPIKE TRUST. 7HEREAS by "The Annual Turnpike Acts continuance Act, 1877" it is provided that the "Newport Roads' Act, 18G4" shall be repealed as, and from the 1st of NOVEMBKR, 1878, unless Parliament in the meantime otherwise provides. Notice is hereby given, t 1j;<t the trustees under the said Newport Roads' Act intend in the next Session of Parlia- ment to seek a continuance of their powers. Dated this 10th day of October, 1877. HENRY JOHN DAVIS, 15571 Clerk to the Trustees. TH E SOUTH WALES COLLIERY COMPANY, (LIMITED), offer their superior HOUSE AND STEAM COALS at THE FOLLOWING PRICES FOR CASH. s. d. Per Ton, at their Wharf 9 6 delivered in the level part of the Town 10 6 Extra for delivery on the higher parts of the Town and Neighbourhood, as agreed. Brush, Smith's, and Small Coal at prices to be agreed upon. CHARLES ASH WIN, Assistant Secretary. South Wales Colliery Co.'a Offices, at their Wharf, near the Old Dock, Newport, Mori. flood THE VERY BEST HYACINTHS, TULIPS, CROCUS, &c &c. CHOICE SORTS, just imported direct from HOLLAND. Early orders solicited.—WM. OLIVER. Clarence Nursery, Newport, Mon. [1533 PHCKN1X FIRE O F F I C F, Lombard-street and Charing Cross, London. Established 1782. Prompt and liberal Loss Settlements. Insurances effected n all parts of the v»o.'ld. ( GEORGE WM. LOVELL I] secretaries ( J0HN J. BROOMEIELD^ SUN EIRE G 5 AND LIFE I | OFFICES, ™ ? LONDON. J' CO i ) i ? Fire Insurances effected on almost every description of Pn>periy. SUN LIFE ASSURANCE OFFICE. Low Rates of Premium for Young Lives, Large Cash Bonuses. SECOND EQUITABLE PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Established at Brrlgwatev, 1352. Money advanced to any amount on Freehold or Lease- hold Property, repayable by Quarterly .Instalments, and at a lower rate than that charged by any other drice. For further particulars apply to the Agent of this District, CHARLES CULLUM, 19, Sto\v-h;l!, (opposite British Schools) Newport. [j iv; YI L L I E R S A R T 1ST AND PHOTOGRAPHER. VILLIEK.S' CARTES DE YISITE TAKEN DAILY. VILLIERS' Guinea Portrait in Oil, the cheapest and most permanent style of Portrait in England. vILLIERS' FAMILY PORTRAITS ENLARGED FROM CARTES TO LIFE SIZE. VILLIERS' JEWEL MINIATURES. A variety or 11CY. specimens to bc seen at S, COIdjIERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT- Machinery, Lan.lsc apes, Animals, Paiuiings, &c. Photographed. TAY^i"pPinf_BS!lS. r h—^—x~—i .-J'\i.b_-J.J 'fF s' friNK.Ns of the Fir'l, rdis Li>\ Tin ?*. York Ihri'l.i, ft,, r ..i,hi L'-tfi-i from .T Scolt. J- O-Lornc, S. 5;<u*or* ti. j:r.-cc, • v. v.r.yco. irt-srs. lhiwson, endows*! in or. h l\ic!c-t X. i! )i same Jngredient in fovm of TowJoi" c Uall- u 3 Balls, t P. I'owdeis, 2,-<; r„)x. RPAVR.OIRS COIMH P'"YW:>I':RJ< FOTI IN- 1 rn*V.NZi, a Cuie g'rar.fo;j(l in 10 Days. Sold by UJI in P.oxyj., 2,'<! cacli. pcucy. NEWPORT CREDIT ASSOCIATION, LIMITED Registered Offices, 7, High-street, Newport, Mon. MONEY ADVANCED ON LOAN, re- paya ole by easy instalments A low rate of interest on secuiity of an unclcuiuhle cluii'ficter. Advantageous vutcs of interest may be securcd Deposits for specific periods, By Onler, 10 j WJ3ST, Manager {liOO 'AD\ to bo advanced by the National D; posit Bank 16 and 17, Russell-street, ovent Garden, Londou, in sum- trottt £ 10 to Jj^,000 for short or long periods to Clergy- men, private Householders, Farmers, Graziers, Clerks Lodjing-hoiise keepers, and Tradesmen, upon their own security, without any kimi of sureties. The ÜrictesÎ. piiyacy irua^'anteed. If den-ire.i a gentleinau direct fnll; the Bank will call upon any rtsponsible applicant in England or Wales and advar.ee the amount applied for Borrowers cau also cd' or receive the money through th, post. Genuine proposals immediately attended to, ersonally, or prospectus forwarded. [1379 A. S. COCHRANE, Manager. I I MILLINERY. I "whttbu;. 1877: MRS TADD begs to announce her return from London with some of the Latest Novelties in MILLINERY &c., &c., and will be prepared to make her Principal SHOW for the Winter Season on and after WEDNESDAY, OCTOKER 31st, when she respectfully solicits an eariy inspeetion. 55, HIGH STREET, NEWPORT/ • [1492 AUTUMN & WINTER IMPLEMENTS. Full particulars and Prices, &c., of FILIST-PRIZCHAFF CUTTliRS, TURNIP CUTTERS and PULPERS, OAT, BEAN, and GRIST MILLS, OIL CAKE BREAKERS. &c., &c., on application to CHARLES D. PHILLIPS, NEWPORT, MON. HORSE GEARS or STEAM ENGINES, by the Best Makers, supplied for Driving the above Machines, and Competent Men sent out to fix and start same. 0 HORSE LOIN CLOTHS, and PHILLIPS' IMPROVED WATERPROOF COVERS, I all sizes, always in stock. N.B.—Implements of every description promptly Repaired at the EllLYN FOUNDRY by Experienced Workmen. CHAR LES IK FH I L L I P S HAS WON TWENTY-SEVEN PRIZES FOR HIS EXHIBITS AT VARIOUS AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [798 J. S. STONE, DOCK STREET WORKS, NEWPORT, MON. ROYAL AGRIOULTURAL SOOIETY OF ENGLAND- FIRST PRIZE PLOUGHS, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, I CHAFF CUTTERS, CORN CRUSHERS, TURNIP CUTTERS AND PULPEKS. CARTS, WAGGONS, CARRIAGES, AT REDUCED PRICSJS. CATALOGUES POST FREE OX APPLICATION. 23rd October, 1877. [1596 W. CHRISTOPHERS, PRINTER, BOOKSELLER, &; STATIOITER 15, COMMERCIAL STREET, NEWPORT. I 2d. IN THE Is. DISC OU3J T FOH. CASH Off the PUBLISHED PRICE of all BOOKS. LEATHER AND FANCY GOODS FOR PRESENTS. Y" BIBLES, CHURCH SERVICES, HYMN BOOKS. ARTISTS' COLOUR BOXES. I CABINET MANUFACTURERS BY STEAM POWER. I mwQ FIFFI TRMSAFFT! I g Rfii-d b ,->fj a Ki s^ a lis i ft-! i I i'l 1J § -I STiicET, tU$I ARE ;'TPI IMM MCYSE FBREISIIIRS I, u L 1\ IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND, ^<QDN^<§ W L08LS IN PRJOES THJM LIHOOS 808SES. f IAHGE ILLUSTRATED CATAlOGUE, r-m« COO EEATTOFOL ENGRAVINGS II of Fnrniture, with Prices of si-ne, & p GRATIS AND POST FREB on application. j v:vER.Y ARTICLE WARRANTED AND EXCHANGED IF NOT APPROVED. 1ST 0 T I C ES MANUFACTURE OF SPOONS AND FORKS "—— Messrs. ELKINGTOK & Co. T>fciG to annAnnco that baving^sucecodod inearrying oat .J-. .f 0 ELKINCTON ft r# several important imnrovements in tue above Mannfactm*e. thov CLKINGTOM 8tC° ——————— are now enabled to dIer their jarnarantpeii qualities at such prices us, ——————— EUKINGTON. while fully maintaining their high quality, place them within the EtbsllNCTON. reach of all classes. REVISED ILLUSTRATED PRICE LISTS CAN BE HAD ON APPLICATION. ADDRESS—ELKINGTON & Co. LOISDON—22, II EG EST STRKF/I', W. 42, MOOIKJATE Sxr.KET, E.C. LIVERPOOL-25, CHURCH STRKET. MANCHESTER-Sr. ANN'S SQUARE; or to the MANUFACTORY, NEWHALL STREET, BIRMINGHAM, t Or from Silversmiths and Ironmongers generally throughout the country, [1221 A In consequence of spurious imitations of LEA AND PERRINS' SAUCE, which are calculated to deceive the Public, Lea and Perrins ham adopted A NEW LABEL, bearing their Signature, thus, which is placed on every bottle of WORCESTERSHIRE SA UCEy and without which none is genuine. lH^* Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, Worcester Crosse and Blackwell, London; which is placed on every bottle of WORCESTERSHIRE SA UCE, and without which none is genuine. RW Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, Worcester Crosse and Blackwell, London; and Export Oilmen generally. Retail, by dealers in sauces throughout the World. 0Um &a.umutnninon. NEWPORT AND BRISTOL, OCTOBER, 1377. WELSH P R IN C E, » » (ualess prevented by sny un* forseen occurrence) is intended to eail the 'month of OCTOBER, 1877, with Passengers and Merchandise. FROM BEAUFORT WHARF, I FROM BATHURST BASIN NEWPORT. BRISTOL. 23 Monday 8.30 a.m. Calling at the Hotwells 31 Wednesday 11.30 a.m. Stage. 27 Saturday 3.30 a,m- 30 Tuesday 11.0 a.m. FARES After Cabin, 2s. 6d.; Fore Cabin, Is. 6<1;. Childrea from 3 to 12 years of age, H.Jf.-price Horse and Rider, 7s. Dogs, Is. each. Return Tickets will be issued each Trip, available to return witliin one week at the following fares—Cabin, 4s Deck, 2s. Gd. For conditions of Freight, apply at the Company's Offices, opposite the SEAMEN'S FLOATING CHAPEL, GROVE, BRISTOL; and BEAUFORT WHARF and RODNEY WHARF. NEWPORT. 13J Mr. J. YOUNG, Traffic Manager, Newport NOTICE. THE CORK STEAM SHIP COMPANY and theBrisTOi SENEFAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY will re- ceive and carry goods bubject to, and upon the express terms of their respective Notices of the 14th and ISth of DECEMBER, 1S51, already published, and to be obtained at their offices qTEAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN 1 5 CORK, NEWPORT, and CARDIFF, carrying Goods at THROUGH RATES to and from. -i. -» The CITY OF CORK STEAM PACKET COMPANY'S (LIMITED), First-class evs»Powerful Steamer "CORMORANT,' (Capt. Siicmelkiar), UPUPA." (C-ipf. L.O'Toole)," MINNA," (Capt. Browne), "PELICAN, (Captain Hore), are intended to ply as underneath, unless prevented by any uuforeseen occurrence, with or without a Pilot, with liberty to tow Vessels, during the mouth of OCTOBER, 1877. NEWPORT & CARDIFF TO CORK. Cardiff to Cork, Thursday, 18th 2j morn [ Newport to Cork, via Cardiil Wednesday, 24th o\ moru Cardiff to Cork, Thursday, 25th 6^ morn Newport to Cork, via Cardiff Wednesday, 31st li noon CORK TO NEWPORT, & CARDIFF Monday 8th 3 after Moudiy 15th 81-morn Monday 22 iJ 3" after Monday 2-9ta 7j morn GLASGOW & DUBLIN TO NEWPORT via CORK The Clyde Shipping Company's Steamers will si.il— From GLASGOW—WEDNESDAYS. 1 p.m. From GREENOCK—Wednesday E»-enin?s. From DUBLIN —SATURDAYS. Fares to Car«liff, or Newport, Ca'in, (including Fee, £ 1 Is Od Children under 1^ years, 12s.; Deck, 7s. Return Tickets, Cabin, .including Fee,) available for One Month, o £ i llsGd. Children, ISs. The Company give notice that they will not be accountable for Passenger's Luggage, unless the value thereof be declared, and & Freight paid accordingly at the time of Shipment and that Passengers from XF/.VTOET and CARDIFJ must obb,iu their tickets at the Officcs, be. fore going on Board. Horses and Live Stock intended for Shipment should be alongside FOUR HOURS before the time of Sailing and Goods on the previous day. For particulars of Freight aud Passage, apply at the Company s Office, Cork 01 their Agents, JAMES MADDOCK, Ship Broker, 74, Commercial-road, Newport, Mon. E. C. DOWNING, 31 Ship Broker, Bute Docks, Cardiff. 6 T\TKITE STAR" LINE • ■^0T1CE-—The Steamers of faZ&z'PA* this Line take the Lane Routes re- commended by Lieut. Maury, ou both the Outward and Homeward passages. UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS Sailing from LIVERPOOL FOR NEW YORK On THURSDAYS from fjUEEXSTOWX on FRIDAYS. The well-known fast Steamers of this Line are appointed o sail from Liverpool to New York as under :— REPUBLIC Thu-sdav, Nov. 1. I1 BALTIC Thursday, Nov. 8. ADRIATIC Thursday, Nov. 15. BRITANXIC Thursday, Nov. 22. CELTIC .Thn:s.Iav, Nov. 29. From NEW YORK every SATURDAY. j. These Steamships afford the very best aecomrnodation to all classes of Passengers. 1 The Saloon, Ladies' Boudoir. Staterooms, and Smoking Rooms are amidships, where the noise and motion are least. Bath Rooms; Barber's Shop, Piano, Extensive Libraries < and Electric Bell commaaication with Stewards, Surgeons and Stewardesses carried. SALOON PASSAGE 15, 18, and 21 Guineas, according to ucconimoda- tion in State Rooms, all having equal privileges in Saloon. Children under Twelve years half fare. Infants under One year free. Return Tickets (available for Twelve calendar months) at reduced rates. Deposit,' £ 5 each berth, The Steerage Accommodation is of the very highest order, and Passengers can be booked through to all parts of the States, Canada, India, &c., at soerial rates. Drafts issued ou New York free of ch.a-gc. Apply at the Company's uinees, 37, Broadway, New Yo.'k in Queensto'.vn, to JAMES S'JOTT aud C»J.; or to ISM AY, IMlvlE, ii CO., 10, Water-street, Liverpool: and :í, Lcadeuhall-street London E. -15 I 6'. ro" 1 THE NEWPORT, PILLGWEXLLY, AND MAINDEE 1 < PERMANENT GUILDING ROCIETY t-I B (Incorporated unùcr" The Building Societies' Act, 1871." OFFICES :—1>, TIIEDAAAR-PLACK, NEWI'OKT, MON. TRUSTEES: L. A. HoMFEAY. ESQ., J.P E. J. PHILLIPS, E^ J P. ( EBEXEZEli LEWIS, ESQ., J.P. BOAun OF DIRECTOUS CHAIRMAN: BENJAMIN EVANS, EC;Q., EX-MAYOR. VICE-CHAIRMAN T. P. WANSBROUGH, ESQ., J.P. ] MR. WALTER EDWARDS. I' I.. HICNRY FAULKNEh. 1 MR. THOMAS PONSFOTVD..V!H. R. E. PAYNTER. MIL ENOCH GRIFFITHS. M: HENBT ALLEN. MR. DAVID EDWARDS. MR. H. B. SKETCH. MR. W. S. LANG. MR. JOHN LLMON, BANKERS THE LONDON AND PROVINCIAL BANK. AUDITORS MESSRS. TRIBE, CLARKE. & CO. SOLICITOR MR. JOSEPH GIBBS. SECRETARY: MR. W. MILTON L f) C K E. Applications received daily for Investment Shares aud also tor advances on Real and Leasehold Propprtv The Directors are prepared to receive depc4+s"of Suii,. of Money, repayable on Shor; Notice, at interest rnvr- from Four to i ive per cent. ° c Subscription Meetings the FIR T T;'F-:D\Y ia ead Month, up to 9 p.m.. at which hour th^ OfW The NEXT meeting for the receipt of* Subscriptions Repayments, and Deposits i> TUESDAY OCTOBER 2n«: Copies of tue Rules and all information cau be obbaim. from the SECi.ElARl, at the Society's udice, C Tredegar-place. 1 SCHWEPPE'S Prepare! from the Pn: Water of the celebrate c :p:'ings. I MALVERN Cnutio'n. Every bottle pr; I teere.l b'y'-a'label w?* CJT7IT T'TTT'TD name and trade m.ir OJIILIIZIJIJK. _A fountain. Schweppe's Mineral Waters ha -e alw: ys had the patroi r.ge of Royalty, and continue to be supplied to H Majesty the Queen [127; Si. CORDEY'S PERFUMERY LIST. T. CORDEII f) EGS to inform the Clergy, Nobility, a.nd Ghentry of Newport and surrounding aeighbourh#o that he has made arrangements with most of the leading houses in Perfumes, to supply same at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. Eau de Cologne, the Genuine Johann Maria Farina. Gegenubeidem Juiich s Piatz, 4oz. 2s 6d size for Is 7d. Boxes of 6 4oz. size for 9s 3d. Half-pint 3s Gd size flask for 2s 6d half-pint 7s 6d ditto, 5s. English Eau de Cologne's prepared by Rimmell Cleaver, and hiitaker, and Grossmith. L L'S PERFUJIES.-Joc';ey Club, Wood Violet Ihlang Ihlang, Coffee Flower, Rondeletia, Moss Rose, White Rose, Patchouly, Millefleurs, Lily of the Valley May Blossoms, New Mown Hay, Essence Bonquet. Sandal Wood, Heliotrope, Frangipanni, 2s 6d size for Is Sd. Boxes of three bottles, 4s 6d 3s 6d size for 2s 4Vd 4s Gd size for 2s lOVd. Assorted triple strength, Is 3d bottel for 9}d. Mit-cham Lavender Water, treble distilled, loz. Is bottle for 9d; 2oz. Is 6d bottle for Is Id; 3oz. 2s 6d bottle for Is tel. Al,o a large assortment of other Lavender W aters too numerous to mention. Fancy Perfumed Sachets from Cd to 2s. Perfume Diffusers, -nhite bone, Is 6Ll for Is Id. Cleaver s Noted White Rose aud Jockey Club, extra. triple strength, best quality, 3s od size for 2s 5}d; 2s size for Is 5 £ d. Whittaker and Grossmith's assorted Perfumes, triple strength and finest quality, 2s Gd size for Is 8d Is 6d size for Is ljd; Is size for 9d. Great reduction in Mrs Allen's Preparations, Hai Restorers, Washes, &c.:— Mrs Allen's Hair Restorer, 6s bottle for 3s 6d. Mrs AUeu's Zylobalsrsm, 3s M bottle for 2s. The Mexican Hair Restorer, 3s 6d size for 2s. Rimmell's Australian Hair Wash, Is 6d size for is li. Rimmell's, Cleaver's, Whittaker's and Grossmith's extract of Lime Juice and Glycerine, Is Cd size bottle for Is Id Is size, 9d Gd size, 4jd. Cleaver's Renowned American Bay Rhum, Is Gl size for Is 1M Is size for 9d. Rimmell's, Cleaver's, Whittaker's and Grossmith's Rose and Rosemary Hair Washer. Is bottle for 9d. Rowland Alacassor Oil, 3s 6d bottle for 2s lid. Toilet Vinegar, Rimmell's, 2s 61 size for Is Sd; Is 6d size for 9d. Cleaver's, Whittaker's and Grossmith's assorted Pomades for the hnir, Is bottle for 9d 6d bottle for 4 £ d. Cd barrels Fuller's Earth or Violet Powder for 4ld. SOAPS.—A very large Rssortment of TOILET SOAP by tha Best Makera, at a great reduction. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— T. CORDEY, 35, HIGH STREET, N E AY PORT, MON. THE PLANTING SEASON. MEb.^LS. CRANSTON & CO. be^f to in- vit,e Gentlemen, Gardeners. Foresters, and all who are engaged in Planting, to inspect their EXTENSIVE OOULEUTIO-N of TREES and PLANTS, cultivated for 8..1e, in the various departments of the KING'S ACRE NURSERIES. NURSERY DEPARTMENT COMPRISES, FOREST TRKBS of all kind. including very large breadths of transplanted Larch, Scotch, Spruce, Austrian Pines, AMI, Chestnut, Elm, Oak, Poplar, Thorns, &c., of every size suitable for transplanting. fRUIT TR'EES, a most unique collection (extendin<T 3ver 20 acras) of Apple?. Pears. Plnms. Clierries, Peaches', Nectarines, ApricoM. Vine<, Ac., grown in every variety M forlll suitable ior the Garden or Orcha"d. CONItERS. EVERGREENS, and 0. namental Trees, a most complete collection, including all the New and Rare of recent introduction AM :.RICA\ PLANTS, including all the finest varieties it hardy scarlet and other Rhododendrons, Azaleas, ivulmias. &c.. &e. PLANT DEPARTMENT. ROSES.—The largest collection ill England, (see descrip- tive Catalogue.) CLIMBING and WALL PLANTS. GREENHOUSE PLAN TS, comprising fine collections of Camellias, Azaleas, Epieas. Ferns, '-(;. BIDDING PLANTS, HERBACEOUS and ALPINE PLANTS. DÚrCll FLOWER ROOTS, Imported, (see descrip. tive Catalogue) S E E D DEPARTMENT. GARDEN and FLvWEU SEEDS, (see descriptive Catalogue ) AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. (See descriptive Catalogue). GRASS SEEDS for Per- nanent Pasture, Lawns, <&c. DescHpticc and Priced Catalogues u.¡ il he forvoirded :>n application. To parch:tsers of large quaulities of Trees or PLints, special quotations will be given. Cranston Nursaies, King's Acre, Hereford. [1574 EIGHT PER CENT. DEBENTURE^ -rSSm-J of 000 B0ND8 of zC25 each, _l_ forming part of a sum of ^40,000, which is a FIRST ;,iarge^ on the of the NEWPORT ABERCARN L\CK VEIN* &TEAM COAL Co.MFANV, (Limited,) price par, free of ail charges. ^*e, ordinary Stock of the Company consists of tloO.uOO wn;ch is FULLY SUBSCRIBED. has been expended on the property Liie Loliiery is fast approaching completion and is adapted ■ or an output of 1,00 J tons per dav. Situated in Monmouthshire and only 10 miles from eor t. An inspection of the property is invited. Applications for the Bonds to be made to Messrs. TH VCKEET and SAYC2, of Cardiff, Stockbrokeis, from whom every information can be obtained. 11558 F HAMPTON'S PILL OF HEALTH, -1 Price Is. 1 Ad. and 2s. 9d. per box. This eseelle7it Family IJiU is a medicine of long-tried efficacy for purifving the blood, so very essential for tue foundation of ir.tod health or correcting all Disorders of t'1C Stomach and !>owels. Two or three doses will convince the afflicted of its salutary eliects The stomach will speedily recain its strength, a healtiiy action ol tiic iner, bowels and kidneys willrapidly iake place; and renewed health v,ill be the quick result of taking this medicine, according to the directions accompany, inic e ich !;ox. °f » Fl'LL HABIT, who are subject to li.->ad- aclie, cid.liness, drovvsiiiess. ai:d siiijrin^ in the cars, 'lr'sinir f. ,i ii >>-iv.'t a .I. u. bh»r.i to the head, should never be WITHOUT MH UI, :is iiian.y^lanjfeiTms symptoms will be entirely ca .-re dot by liiei'e timely use. J t'it Pills are .•xcellont, removing all ob- structions, ilu uist.e sing headache so very prevalent with the s-x. (\epres-ioTi of spirits, dulness of siilit. nervous *0e- ti u s, -olote.ies, pimples, and sallowin»ss of the skin, and V™ wiy0m l<> ^c complexion, la tuci ore cjuudently re^ommouded as the >e<t •m-.ss.l^cine thn. can oe takeu, and for childien of ail ages tli v.are unequalled.. Tiiose P'Ms unite the recommendation of mild operation v. uitMuo^l successful Uleot: aud .oldei-l> ueopie, or .mere an orcasio-ial a-ierient is required, notniiK can be icLter adiijited. of the and increa/.ins leillantl, the Propnetor lias obtained permission from Her •lajesty s C'oimuissioners to have the name and address of TllO.U.Vtf PROL'T, STRAND, LONDON," lapressl upon the Gjvcrnment Stamp, athxed iu each box, sold by all Vendors of Medicine