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QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT EMIGRATION OFFICES, 2, Old Broad Street, London, E.C. Emigration to Queensland. NEW LAND ACT, 1868. GRANTS OF LAND, 80 TO 160 ACRES. LAND by free selection, from 40 to 10,880 Acres, can now be purchased at 15s., 10s., and 5s. per Acre payable in ten annual instalments of Is. 6d., Is., and 6A. per Acre. Persons 21 years of age, paying their passage to the Colony, can select a homestead of 80 or 160 Acres at a quit-rent of 9d., and 6d. per Acre for five years, when they become entitled to the freehold. Land orders, JE30 per adult, available for taking up land under the Land Act, will still be granted to per- sons paying their passage to the colony. ASSISTED PASSAGES are now granted to shep- herds, ploughmen, agricultural labourers, quarrymen, professional gardeners, miners, carpenters, masons, bnck. layers, blacksmiths, wheelwrights, and other eligible persons; and FREE passages to female domestic ser- vants, and married farm labourers and shepherds, with not more than one child, and under 12 years. Assisted and free passengers will be eligible, after three years' continuous residence in the Colony, if 21 years of age, to select a homestead of 80 to 160 acres, under the Land Act. JAMES WHEELER. .dppointcd.d.qent f&rAberdare,MrG.R.EVANS,Auctioneer Cardiff—JOSEPH ELLIOT & SONS, Bute Docks Brecon—Mr JOHN EVANS Abersychan—MR EDWIN WOOD. Merthvr—MR JOHN COPELAND. „ Tredegar—MR EDWARD DAVIES. TIME TABLES FEBRUARY. We give the following for the accommodation of our readers, but as the time tables of the railway com- panies do not always reach us punctually, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any errors. Newport, Pontypool, and Blaenafon. UP-TRAINS: WEEKDAYS. I SUNDAYS STARTING FROM a. m.tp.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m Newport,, Millstreet ..9 15.1 45.5 0 8 0 9 30 8 0 Llantarnam 9 21 1 51 5 68 69 36 8 6 Cwmbran 9 25J1 55 5 10 8 10 9 408 10 ■Pontnewydd 3 9 29 1 595 148 14 9 44 8 14 Pontrhydyrun 9 33 2 3 5 188 189 488 18 Pontypool 9 50 2 205 358 35 10 58 35 Pontnewynydd 9 54 2 24 5 39,8 39 10 98 39 Abersychan 9 59 2 29 5 44;8 44 1014 8 44 Cwm Avon 10 7 2 37 5 52,8 52 1022 8 52 Blaenafon 1015 2 45 6 0j9 0 1030 9 0 DOWN-TRAINS WEEK DAYS. I SUNDAYS STARTING FROM a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m.'a.m. p. m Blaenafon 7 30 1130 3 40 6 30,7 30 5 0 Cwm Avon" .*7 36 1138 3 48 6 38|7 38 5 8 Abersychan 7 44 1146 3 56 6 46 7 46 5 16 Pontnewynydd 7 48 1150 4 0 6 50 7 50 5 20 Pontypool 7 55 12 0 4 10 7 08 0 5 30 Pontrhydyrun 8 2 12 7 4 17 7 7|8 7 5 37 Pontnewydd 8 6 1211 4 21 7 11 8 11 5 41 Cwmbran 8 10 1215 4 25 7 15 8 15 5 45 Llantarnam 8 16 1221 4 31 7 21.8 215 51 Newport, Millst.ar.8 25 1230 4 40 7 30 8 306 0 1 For Malpas. 2 ForCroes-y-ceilog and Llanfreckfa. 3 For Panteg and New Inn. Omnibuses run to and from Mill-street Station to all parts of the town. Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford. From PONTYPOOL ROAD for NEWPORT, 9 23, 11 13, 1 46, 5 25,5 50, 9 13. Sun 1118,9 28 From Newport for Pontypool Road, 7 15, 9, 10 25, 1 25,2 35, 5 40. Sundays: 9 20, 5 30 From PONTYPOOL ROAD for Up-Stations & HEREFORD, at 7 40, 10 53, 2 20, 3 0, 6 7. Sundays 9 45, 5 57. Single Fares on Sundays-Return Tickets will be issued on Sundays at all Stations on the West Midland Railway, and Rhymney Railways (except between Pontypool and Newport, Walnut Tree Bridge, and Cardiff, over which portion of the line the ordinary Return Fares will be charged,) at One Fare to andfro. OnMondays passengers will be booked from Hereford toCRUM- LINVIADUCT and back DoubleJourney,lstclass 6s6d, 2nd 4slOd Newport, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. From Dock-street, Newport, for Nantyglo and inter- mediate Stations, (Bassaleg Junction, Tydee, Risca, Cross Keys, Chapel Bridge, Abercarn, Newbmige, Crumlin, Llanhilleth, Aberbeeg Junction, Abertillery, and Blaina,) at 7, 11 15, 3, 5 45, Sundays: 9, &6 15. From Nantyglo, 8 40, 11 15, 2 20, 4 45, 7 25. Sundays at 10 40 and 7 10. From Aberbeeg Junction for Ebbw Vale and interme- diate Stations, (Cwm and Victoria,) at 7 58, 12 13, 4 8, 6 43. Sundays at 9 58, and 6 13. From Ebbw Vale at 8 40, 11 16, 2 20, 7 25. Sundays at 10 40, and 7 10. On Saturdays a Special Train leaves Newport at 7 30 p.m. for all stations as far as Crumlin only—Omnibuses run to ffrom Dock-st. station (Newport) to all parts of the town, Pontypool and Merthyr. —CP-TRAINS. I SUNDAYS. Pontypool Road 9 30 1 50 7 55 6 5 Pontypool Town 9 37 1 57 .5 29( 8 3 6 Crumlin 9 55 2 lo 6 46j 8 2 Tredegar Junction (Blackwood) 10 2 2 23 ;5 54 8 29 6 69 Rhymney Junction (Hengoed). 10 8;2 31 j6 1 8 35jb 4a Llaneaich (Nelson) 10 17;2 40 |6 8 8 44,6 54 Quaker's Yard Junction 10 35 3 5 6 30 8 53j i 3 Troedyrhiew 10 46 3 16 |6 41 Merthyr 1" 53 3 23 6 48 — DOWN TRAINS. |SPNPAYS Merthyr 9 20 1255 4 20 Troedyrhiew 9 29 1 2 4 29 Quaker's Yard Junction 9 44 1 18 4 42 10 14 8 29 Llancaich (Nelson) 9 51 1 24 4 50 10 22 8 37 JChymney Junction 9 59 1 34 5 1 10 32 8 47 Tredegar Junction 10 51 40 5 8 JO 39 8 o4 Crumlin 10 1511 50 5 18 10 49 9 4 Pontypool Town 10 33 2 10 5 40 11 8 9 22 Pontypool Road 10 38 2 15 5 45 11 13 9 27 Coleford, Monmouth, Usk, and Pontypool. WEEK DATS. SUNDAYS. a. m. a. m. a. m. p. m.l la m p.m. Pontypool Road « 8 30 ill 12 2 55 6 10 li 20 Usk ? 9 15 ,11 26 3 10 6 28j 11 35 Llandennv" 25 11 34 3 18 6 40 ill 43 Kaplan Road §9 30 11 38 3 22| 6 45| .11 47, Raglan Footpath..5 9 35 11 42 3 2b| 6 50| 111 51i Dinge6tow 9 45 11 50 3 35: 7 0( |l2 0( Monmouth 9 55 112 0 3 4? 7 10 12 lOi am. a. ni. i p. m. p. m. a. m. p. in. Monmouth 8 35 12 35 4 20 *5 30 £ 5 0 Dingestow 8 44 12 44 4 29 5 40 .5. ,5 Raglan Footpath 8 53 12 53! 4 38 5 50 s a 5 16 Jiaglan Road 8 57 12 58! 4 43 5 65 <S"sL 5 20 Llandenny 9 113! 4 48 6 0 | a 24 XJ6k 9 10 1 13. 4 58 6 30 » 5 34 Pontypool Road 9 251 1 301 5 171 6 50 5 50 Bristol & South Wales Union Railway. fromBrist.6 15,9 45, 1240, 3 30, 6 15, Sundays 8 10 3 arriving at Portskewet Station before 8, 11 15, 12 27, 2 21 50, ,7 40 (and Sundays 9 35,4 49, ) trains to Newport- From Newport to Portskewet, and up stations to London' 7 15, 10 15, 1 20,5 10, 7 0; Sundays, 8 W, 4 28. JProm l'ortskewet, by ferry, 8,10 50, 2 10, ,6 0, 7 S5 Sun- days 9 30, 5, STEAM PACKET TABLES. FEBRUARY. THE NEWPORT. JVom Bristol. From Newport. From Bristol. from Newport I Mon. 3 0 aft 118 Thur. 10 0 morn. 8 Tues. 4 30 aft. 1 19 Fri. 8 45 morn. 10 Wed. 4 15 lift, 20 Sat. 11 morn. 11 Thur. 6 0 aft. 22 Mon. 12 15 aft. 12 Fri 5 15 aft | 23 Tues, 3 0 aft. 13 Sat. 7 45 morn. 24 Wed. 2 45 aft. 15 Mon. 7 0 morn. 25 Thur. 5 0 aft. 16 Tues. 8 45 morn. 126 Fri. 5 0 aft. 17 Wed. 8 0 morn j 27 Sat. 6 45 aft. TAFF. From Portisheci. From Nemport. 8 Mon 1 40 after 4 30 after 8 Tues 3 45 5 15 10 Wed 4 0" 5 30 11 Thur 7 0 morn, 6 45 after 5 30 12 Fri 6 0 after 7 30 morn 13 Sat 8 45 morn 7 30 morn, 5 30 after 15 Mon 8 45 7 30 after 16 Tues 8 45 II 10 Omorn 17 Wed 8 45 10 15 18 Thur 845 10 15 19 Fri 8 45 10 15 20 Sat 8 45 11 45 22 Monll 30" 2 15 after 23 Tues 1 25 after 3 0" 24 Wed 3 45 5 15 25 Thur 3 45 6 30 26 Fri 5 50 7 30 27 Sat 8 45 morn, 6 45 after 515 MARCH. 1 Mon 8 45 morn 7 30morn ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. THE next Dyawing will take place on the 30th June, Ullcl Tickfeto may shortly be obtained at the Free Office, New Inn, Abersychan. A TEA PARTY AND Magic Lantern Exhibition WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE LARGE CLUB-ROOM AT THE ABOVE INN, On Monday, 8th February, 1869. Tea will be on the Table at Four o'clock; and the Exhibition of the Magic Lantern, which will be given by an able and experienced Gentleman of the Neigh- bourhood, will commence at Half-past Six. Tickets for Tea I s. each. Magic Lantern Exhibition, 6d. The Proceeds will be appropriated towards the ex- pense of laying Pipes for conveying Gas to the Catholic School Chapel at Abersychan. To the Inhabitants of PONTNEWYNYDD And surrounding Neighbourhood. WILLIAM THOMAS BEGS respectfully to inform the Public that he has taken to the CARPENTERS' SHOP at the back of the Railway Inn, Pontnewynydd (which was occupied by the late Mr Phillips, wheelwright,) where he intends carrying on the Wheelwright Trade, &c., And hopes, by strict attention to Business, to merit a share of public patronage and support. Pontnewynydd, Jan. 18th, 1869. DUTY OFF TEAS AT J W. PEGLER'S Tea and Grocery Establishments. s. d. Good Small Tea 1 4 per lb. Congou, recommended 2 0 „ Best do. 2 6 W. PEGLER, PONTYPOOL AND BLAENAFON Kaye's Worsdell's Pills. KAYE'S WORSDELL'S PILLS have become so celebrated, because they go at once to the root of disease, purify the vital fluid, and enable all the organs of the human system to perform their functions in a healthy and vigorous manner. They are carefully com- pounded on sound principles, and, being entirely free from mercurial, antimonial, and other mineral or dan- gerous substances, may be safely taken by persons of the most delicate constitution. Sold by all Chemists and other Dealers in Patent Medicines at Is. ld., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d. Wholesale Depot, 22, Bread-street, London. CHOCOLATE (MENIER'S FRENCH) FOR BREAKFAST. (Manufactory at Noisiel-sur-Marne, near Paris.) PERFECTLY free from all adulteration, this Choco- late recommends itself to every one:— To those in health as an agreeable and highly nourish- ing Breakfast Beverage. To Invalids for its unequalled Restorative and Invigo- rating Properties. To all, even the most delicate, as containing nothing which is injurious. Also sold in a great variety of forms, for Eating at Dessert. Annual Consumption Exceeds 5,000,000 lbs. Sold everywhere. 23, HENRIETTA STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON. Thomas's Emulsion of Syrups, OR PECTORAL COUGH DROPS, For Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Asthma, Hooping vough, Difficulty of Breathing, Incipient Consumption, and other affections of the chest and lungs. No family should be without this popular health- restoring remedy, which has been in great demand for many years with unprecedented success. Sold in Bottles, at 7d, Is. 1-id, and 2s 9d each 2 It BAYLEY'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND PURIFYING FAMILY PILLS, For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Giddiness, Wind in the Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual or Temporary Costiveness, Nervousness, Pains in the chest and side, Ike. These pure vegetable pills strengthen the system and increase appetite, and are a mild and effective aperient; they purify the blood from all gross humours, and give speedy relief in all disorders of the liver and stomach. SOLD IN BOXES, AT 7-ID., 18. lD., & 2s. 9D. EACH. Prepared only by T. RODERICK, Chemist, Pontypool. WHOLESALE AGENTS. London W. SUTTON & Co. Bristol PEARCE & Co. And Retail by most Chemists and Medicine Vendors. LOCAL AGENTS. Blaenafon: Evans,chemist Aberga'ny: Watkins „ Tredegar: Waites „ Newport Edmunds" Eleazar Davis" ,,Morga.n(Pillgwenlly)„ Cardiff: James „ Williams Cross „ Abertillery: J. Pontypridd Bassett, chemist Aberdare T.W.Evans Monmouth Cossens 11 Spencer Merthyr Thos.Stephens „ R. Thomas „ Dowlais Hancock „ Cbepstow Williams Usk Clark, bookseller Williams, bookseller Fine Teas! THOS. AGG, PONTYPOOL, The QUANTITY of28. and 2s. 6d. Teas T. A. is selling, is a GUARANTEE OF ITS QUALITY. Tea! Tea For the Million! Try JONES's Tea. Good Congou Is 4d Fine do 2s Od Finest Rough do. 2s 6d N.B.—All Groceries supplied at Lowest Price Note the Address: Thos. J ones, Grocer, BRIDGE STREET, PONTYPOOL. JOHN KNIPE, Grocer and Tea Dealer, SEED, CORN, AND PROVISION MERCHANT, BACON FACTOR, &c., BEGS to announce that he has Opened in the above branches at the Shop lately occupied by Mr Jordan, Boot and Shoemaker, CRANE-STREET, PONTYPOOL, Where, by always supplying the very best Articles at Moderate Prices, he trusts to merit the patronage of the inhabitants o& Pontypool and the surrounding neigh- bourhood. A great variety of Early Seed Potatoes. H. FOX, Hair Dresser, Perfumer, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist, COMMERCIAL-STREET, PONTYPOOL. EVERY description of TOBACCO, CIGARS, SNUFFS, &C, WHOLESALE AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES. A great Variety of Meerschaum, Briar, and other Pipes, and every Article connected with the Tobacconist's Trade. MEERSCHAUMS NEATLY REPAIRED. An Assortment of Toys, New Games, See. I- —— EPPS'S COCOA. Only in -1 lb., lb., and 1 lb. Packets—tin-lined and labelled. SOLD BY THE TRADE IN ALL PARTS. Prepared by JAS. Eprs & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists, London. LEATH & ROSS, CHEMISTS by appointment to the London Homoeo- pathic Hospital, secure each bottle by their Autograph label over the cork, and have appointed Agent for the sale of their HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES: PONTYPOOL: FORD, Chemist, George-street. Paint (Patent Metallic.) A SAYING OF MORE THAN 50 PER CENT. IN THE FIRST OUTLAY, besides being much more durable than any other Paint known. There is so much body in this Paint, that one coating of it is equal to two of ordinary Paint, thus reducing the cost to one-fourth. It is suitable for in-door and out-door Work of every kind, and can be had in any Colours, at 5s 6d per Imperial Gallon, ready for use. Not less than 4 gallons sold, and all orders must be prepaid. If 20 gallons are ordered, 10 per cent, can be deducted. Packages free. Can be applied by Unskilled Labour. Testimonials sent when requested. PATENT METALLIC PAINT COMPANY, Woodham Works, Vauxhall Station, London, S.E. Secretary, Mr F. JAY. N.B.—Sample Drums, 5s6d and 7s6d each. HORNIMAN's TEA is selected only from the spring gathering, and imported free from' facing' powder; tea. distinctively strong and delicious inflavour is thus obtained. Genuine packets are signed W^cr. LONDON. 'Prices, 2s. 8d.—3s.—3s.4d. & 3s. 8d. per lb- AnERYSTWITU..JOOlcs,Chemist PONTYPOOL Wood,Chemist. USK Edwards A iiERc, Watkins, Gosdcn CBICKHOWELL Christopher I MONMOUTH .Allen I MKRTHYR Stephens NEWPORT, Jones^-Co.,chemists, Phillips, 92, Commercial st RISCA Taylor, Chemist Paint! Paint! Paint! BEST ANTI-CORROSIVE, 3d per lb, or J 5s6d per gal. f -3 PATENT METALLIC, at 3d per lb, or 5s6d } 0 S Per gal- 1 PAINT.—As generally used by Painters, 3d J £ per lb, or 5s6d per gal. 's Drums of 4 gals 22s, do. of 10 gals. 50s. Carriage paid to any Railivay Station in England, upon orders for one fwt. and upwards. Cheques and P.O.O. payable to F. Jay, Woodham Works, Yauxhall Station, London, S.E. N.B.-Sample Dtwns, 5s6d and 7s6d each. SPANISH FLY is the acting ingredient in ALEX. ROSS'S CANTHARIDES OIL, which speedily produces whiskers and thickens hair, 3s. 6d.; sent by post for 54 stamps.—ALEX. ROSS, 248, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool HAIR-CURLING FLUID, 248, High Holboru, London.—ALEX. ROSS'S CURLING FLUID, curls Ladies' or Gentlemen's hair immediately it is ap- plied. Sold at 3s. 6d.; sent free for 54 stamps. Ross's Toilet Magazine, Is. 6d., or 20 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool GREY HAIR.—248, High Holborn, London. ALEX. GREY HAIR.—248, High Holborn, London. ALEX. ROSS'S IIAIR DYE produces a perfect colour im- mediately it is M.SO'1. It is permanent, and perfectly natural in' effect..Trice 3s. 6ti., sent post For 54 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool HAIR DESTROYER.—248, High Holborn, London. rl ALEX. ROSS'S DEPILATORY removes, without effect to the skin, superfluous hair from the face, neck. and arm?, 3s. 6d.; sent the same day as ordered by post for 54 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool PIMPLE REMOYER.—All diseases of the skin are improved by one dose of ALEX. ROSS'S VEGE- TABLE SKIN PILL. They remove redness, sallow- ness, &c. 2s. 9d., or by post for 40 stamps.—ALEX. ROSS, 248, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool WONDERFUL DISCOYERY.- Corns cured in VV one day, by using ALEX. ROSS'S CHIROPO. This preparation gradually dissolves the Corn in a few hours, removing the very root. Price 4s; sent by post for 60 stamps. 248, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Cheiiiists, and by Roderick, Pontypool HAIR COLOUR WASH.—By washing the head with this beautifully-perfumed Wash, in seven or ten days the hair assumes its original colour, and re- mains so by an occasional using. 10s 6d, sent for stamps. ALEX. ROSS, 248, High Holborn, London. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool irl, IMPORTANT. a IF you want to BORROW MONEY at a cheap rate, go to Mr W. WILLIAMS, 16. Dock-street, New- port, Mon., and Insure your Life, and he will guarantee that, with approved personal security, you can have and sum, from J650 up to £ 2000, for 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 years, repayable by fixed quarterly or half-yearly instalments. Posters of the Largest Size Printed (45 inches by 27 inches,) EXECUTED IN THE BEST STYLE AND ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE, AT THE FreePress Office,Pontypool. United Methodist Free Churches. OPENING SERVICES of the TRANCH CHAPEL, Pontypool, will take place on Thursday, February 11th, 1869, when TWO SERMONS will be preached by the Rev. J. S. WITHINGTON (of Bristol;) that in the Afternoon, at 3 p.m., in the above Place; and at 7 p.m. in MOUNT PLEASANT INDEPENDENT CHAPEL. THE SAME DAY, A PUBLIC TEA MEETING "WILL BE HELD IN THE CRXTMLIN-STREET CHAPEL. Tea on the Table at 5 o'clock. TICKETS, IS. ON THE FOLLOWING SUNDAY, Feb. 14th, Sermons will be preached in the above Place, in the Morning at 11, and in the Evening at 6 o'clock, by Mr BEAVEN (of Newport;) and in the afternoon at 3, by the Rev J. CAUDWELL. And on SUNDAY, the 21st day of February, the Rev. R. ABERCROMBIE (of Newport) will preach Morning and Evening. Collections to be made at the close of each Service, in aid 0 of the Trust Funds. Pontypool British School. POPULAP, ITEADINGS. THE first of a series of Readings and Musical Enter- tainments will take place on Thursday, Feb. 18, 1869. LARGE SCHOOL ROOM, ABERSYCHAX. AN AMATEUR CONCERT (Under the patronage of JOSIAE RICHARDS, Esq.,) WILL BE GTVE On Thursday, February 18, 1869, For the benefit of Daniel Lewis, who by an accident has lost hit bands. Tickets, Is. 6d., Is., and 6d., May be obtained from Messrs Thomas Lewis, W. L. Pratt. and John Daniel, Abersfchan Mr John Jones, Albert Inn, Talywain Mr Daniel Davies, Garndif- faith Mr Wrn. Jones, Bristol House, Pontnewynydd, and Mr J. H. Stephen, Yartcg. Boors open at 7.30, to commence at 8. GLOBE INN, AND MARKET HOUSE, CRANE-STREET, PONTYPOOL. WM. JAMES RESPECTFULLY announces to the inhabitants of H Pontypool and the neighbotrhood, that he has taken to the above old-established Inn and Market House, where he hopes, by always supplying Wines and Spirits, home-brewed Ale, Porter, &c., of the very best quality, and by sparing no efforts for the accommodation of his customers, to merit and receive a share of public patronage. 0 1 Goo Stabling and Well-aired Beds. -i_ Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! JOSEPH~SAUNDERS BEGS to call the attention of bis numerous Friends and Public generally to his NEW STOCK OF KITCHEN GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS, which are good in quality, and moderate in Price. Linseed, Split Peas, Seedling Potatoes, &c. Catalogues free, and wholesale Prices on application. 4, Market Place, Pontypool. Wheelwright,Carpenter, Smith, &c. PONTNEWYNYDD RICIffAIRD PHILLIPS, Successor to ltis FatllCr, who carried on the above Business for upwards of Thirty Years, BEGS most respectfully to thank bis numerous Cus- tomers for the kind patronage bestowed upon him- selt during the last ten years, and trusts, by strict attention to Business and moderate charges, to merit a continuance of the same. R. P. calls particular attention to the UNDER- TAKING DEPARTMENT, which, for Cheapness, Workmanship, and Appearance, cannot be surpassed. N.B.—Manufactory near Rolling Mill Inn. Apprentice Wanted—Out-doors. APPLY to WILLIAM BUNNING & CO., Whole- sale and Retail Ironmongers, Pontypool. To be Let, A HOUSE in BRYNGWIN PLACE.—Apply to Mr G. J JEE, Glanwern Offices. TID be Let, With Immediate Possession, THE HOUSE & SHOP, opposite the Crown Hotel, George-street, Pontypool now in the occupation of J. B. Churchill. Apply on the Premises. Boots, Shoes, and Paper Hangings for Sale, AT A GREAT REDUCTION. To be Let, From the 2nd February next, ALL those conveniently situated Premises, situate nearHhe Cross, Pontypool, lately in the occupation of Mr George Waters, Watchmaker. For Particulars, apply at the Pontypool Park Estate Office. Dated January 20th, 1869. For Sale, A QUANTITY OF WASTE BROWN PAPER, at Id. per lb. Apply at the Office of this Paper. For Sale by Private Treaty, IN ONE OR MORE LOTS, 1TQA SQUARE YARDS OF BUILDING 1 I GROUND, situate near the Bible Christian Chapel, Abersychan, late the property of Mr Richard Walker, deceased. A-pply to Messrs GREENWAY & BYTHEWAY, Solicitors, Pontypool. GEORGE-STREET, PONTYPOOL. Household Furniture, Shop Fixtures and Effects. MR. J. PHILPOT has received instructions to Sell bv Auction, on MONDAY, Feb. 8th, on the premises of M r J. B. Churchill, Confectioner, George-st., Pontypool, (who is leaving the neighbourhood,) the following Household Furniture, SHOP FIXTURES,CONFECTIONER's STANDING And other EFFECTS • Mahogany and painted cheffioneers; 6 mahogany hair- seated chairs; 2 ditto arm-chairs; child's ditto; square pianoforte, in mahogany case mahogany wardrobe; handsome mahogany case of birds; mahogany dining and Pembroke tables; deal kitchen ditto 6 engravings, prints and frames, 8-dav clock and case, 2 chimney glasses, work basket, china, glass, and earthenware mahogany 4-post and tent bedsteads, half tester and French ditto, feather bed, bolster, and pillows; pallasses, painted washstands and dressing tables, mght commode, chamber ware, bedroom chairs, tea trays, castors and bottles, metal teapot, benches, mash vat, tubs, and a variety of kitchen requisites. Also, a counter, 2 glass show cases, confectioner's standing, trestles, balance scales, pair of steppers, mutton-pie warmer, and a lawn fountain. Sale to commence at 2 o'elotk in thl Afternoon, SIGNOR PODESTA BEGS to inform the Clergy and Gentry of Pontypool that he will open his-large and extensive collection of Wax and Alabaster Models At the Large Rooms opposite the Market, Crane-street, On Saturday, 6th February, 1869, FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY. Wax Figures as large as life, consisting of a number of the latest and most famous characters and the most notorious Criminals of the present and past ages. Open from 10 in the Morning till 10 in tbe Evening. B U Y | X Johnson^Johnson^Cost I PURE TEA, ► j 2/- per lb. CHOICE QUALITIES: "NEW SEASON'S," ► J 2/8 3/- 3/4 3/8 4/- Supplied in Packets only, from 2 ozs. to I lb. ► and 3-lb. and 6-lb. Tin Canisters. Sold by Chemists, Confectioners, &*c., in every Town, < LOCAL AGENTS, p PONTYPOOL-Ed wards stationer, George-street Abergavenny—James, confectioner Beaufort—Jones, chemist PilIgwenlly-Faulkner, chemist, 81, Commercial-road Nantyo, o-Alleii, Post-office, Garn Yach Mertbvr-Stepbens, chemist Aherdåre-Thomas, chemist, 10, Commercial-place Hereford—Chave, 6, Broad-st; Jennings, 36, High town Tredegar—Jenkins, chemist Usk-Clark, Post-office JOHNSON, JOHNSON & Co Tea Merchants, 17, Blom- field-street, City, London.

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