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-=- SUFFOLK ROAD DISTRIBUTION, SHEFFIELD. MH. BRIDGES begs to inform his Friends and the Public that above One THOUSAND' Shares have been sold within the six days; and in order to give the public an opportunity of taking the remaining Shares, he has postponed the final Distribu- tion of the Valuable Property, from Juue 4th, 1849, to Thursday, July 8rh. 1849, but no further delay can be possibly allowed. Post-office Orders, one guinea value and upwards, may bo made payable to, and Prospectuses had of any of the following parties (if 1y Post with stamps enclosed) HESRY mlIDCES- ^?ggtSu-i, «**»> Mr. GEORGE Afii,ic Saloon, Norfolk-street, Sheffield; Mr. JOHN' B.RIDG,KFORD, Printer, 7, Mulberry-street, Sheffield; ír. SAML. THOMPSON, Confectioner, High-street, Sheffield or to fr, WM. SMITH, Agent, 4, Corporation-street, Market-street, Manchester. June Is, 1849, Cardiff to and from Worcester daily. "HERO" I I COACH. r\N and after MONDAY next, May 23th, 1849, the "HERO*' V/ COACH with run every dav (Sundays excepted) insteua ot three times a-week, leaving Cardiff at a quarter past Seven in the MoTnintr, and arriving at Worcester at l<ive in the Evening, in time for the Express Trains for Birmingham, Manchester, and Lnerpooi. BLAND. LLOYD, and CO., Proprietors. TO GS0CESS' ASSISTANTS. ■. "\1TANTED a STEADY, ACTIVE YOUNG MAN, of YV strictly sober habits, who thoroughly understands the OliOOEilY and PROVISION Business, and can spoaktbo Wels.'i Unexceptionable references required, \A r.J' .IN I? NT II IB BERT. Grocer. Cardiff, NOTICE TO THE WORKING COLLIERS OF GLAMORGANSHIRE. WHEREAS it has been industriously propagated amongst the \Y workmen by some evil disposed and unprincipled persons (whose names may probably appear to the public ere long, and be punished for their base conduct) that it is the intention of the Steam Coal Proprietors in the neighbourhood of Aberdare, to re- duce the price for cutting the coal at those Works, We, the Contractors for working and delivering the Coal from the .DufFryn and Abergwawr Collieries, hereby give Notice, that any good, steady Colliers may have employment at the same wages as arc now given for cutting the six foot vein of coal, namely, Is. 4d. per customary ton of 21 cwt., of 1201bs. to the hundredweight; payment, as usual, every fortnight, or, if required, on account every week in cash, and settlement every month in cash. And to prove the sincerity of the Proprietors that there is no intention to reduce the wages at either of these collieries, we will engage with the men for 12 months certain, at the present price for cutting the coal. Application to be made to DAVID ST*' °r } Contractors for DufFryn Collieries. HOWELL REYNOLDS, Contractor for Abergwawr Colliery. Aberdare, 6th June, 1849. SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES FOR SALE* A very handsome BRITZSKA BAROUCHE, carries Four inside, with Driving-seat in front, and Turn-out Seat behind-in excellect condition: late the property of a Lady, deceased. A Caned-body CAB PHAETON, with Head, and a removable Seat behind. A neat CAB PHAETON, with head, and Driving- seat in front. Nearly new. Two CAB PHAETONS, with heads and German lights, with Driving-Seats in front. Two well-built light DOG-CARTS. Two PONY-PHAETONS, with Turn-out Seats behind—under the duty and a light under-duty GIG. The following are well worthy the-attention of Postmasters and Livery Stable-keepers:- Two well-built OMNIBUSES, one carrying Ten inside, the other Six inside, and adapted for one horse. A superior Pilentum LANDAU FLY. A light CLARENCE, carries Four inside. A light BRITZSKA, fitted with Clarence lights to form a close carriage if required. Also, several Second-Hand LANDAU FLYS, in excellent con- dition. The above Carriages are all in excellent condition, and can be sold at Low Prices, and are the manufacture of well known and re- spectable builders, and may be.een,-tt MANUFAC- TORIES, 34, Limekiln-lane (late PHILLIPS), and Coronation- road, Bcdminster-bridge, Bristol. CARDIFF. To be Let, with Immediate Possession, A N OLD-ESTABLISHED WINE and SPIRIT TRADE, where a profitable, extensive Ready-Money Business has been carried on for a number of years. Incoming moderate. For partic ulars, apply to Mr. JOHN TIIOM f*S, Spiric Vaults, Duke-street, Cardiif.





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