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TIME TABLES APRIL. We rive ti*e foUov/ing for the accommodation of our i&but » lV.o tim.ial.los of panies do not always reach us punctun.lIy, we do not hold ourselves responsible for any e-r"' Newport, Pontypooiann. i$i»3ni».va, •OP-TKAIKS WEEKDAYS. JSCSPAi •- RTAKTIKO WBC>! a.m. p.NI. p.M. p.m.- a.M. p.m Cardiff 6 40 128If .6 33j8 15)3 56 Newport Miilstreet ..9 15.1 455 0,8 0 9 30 8 0 Smam 9 21»1 51 5 6|8 6 9 368 6 pSSSJ 9 25 1 65 5 10;8 10 9 40 8 10 aa* 9 29 1 59 5 14 8 14 9 44 8 14 r°ntnewvdd3 3 5 18 8 lg 9 48 8 is Poatrhydyrun g 2Q 5 g5 g 35 J0 5 g 35 15 835 10 5 Poatrhydyrun g 2Q 5 g5 g 35 J0 5 g 35 Pontypool. 54 2 24 5 39 8 39 10 9 8 39 ?rn8ra7 9 59 2 29 5 44 8 44 1014 8 44 Abersychan 52 1022 8 52 £ £ £ :?.«»S.» ».» • «»>• • DOWN-TRAINS: WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS RTA"RTING FROM a.in. a.M. p.m. p.in. a.m. p. m ■Rialtfon 7 30 1130,3 40 6 30 7 30 5 0 fS^SS". »|j u;s iS;| U Cwmbran 16 1221 4 31 7 21 8 21 5 51 KSTto-' ar 8 25 1230 4 40 7 30.8 30,6 0 c3 » «!i 286 10,8 40'4 *>•»30 1 For Malpas. 2 ForCroes-y-ceilog and Llanfrechfa. 3 For Panteg and New Inn. Omnibuses run to and from Mill-street Station to all parts of the town. Newport, Abergavenny, and Hereford. jjp, SUNDAYS. Newnort 17 15 9. 010.25 1.25;2.35 5.40 9.20,5.30 Psntnwyd 7'.29|9.H 10.391.39 2.49 5.54 9.32,6.42 POEoai)L 7.40 9.2210.63:2.20 3.0,6.7 9.45|5.57 Nantvderv 7.52 11. 4! 3.12 6.19 9.57j6. 8 Pen™ 17 69 11.11 3.196.2610.5 6.18 Abe^S 18.10 11.19 2.45 3.28 6.3510.l5j6.26 Hereford 12.25,3.254.30 7.35 11 15|7.30 DOWN. SUNDAYS. Hereford 7.461 9.45 12.30 (3.357.45 9.40,7.50 Abr^a'nv 8.5210.44 1.21; 4.40i8 45 10.45 8.53 Pnpergm 9. 1 10.51 4-48 8.52 10.53|9.1 J~?ntydry9.10 11. 0 4 56 9- 1 n- °>9-10 P ROI?L9 23 11.13 9.35 1.46:5.50(5.27|9 13 ll.isf9.28 T n^qllll 21 6. 0 5.33:9.21 11.26 9.36 9.45 11:35:9.54 2. 516.20 5.47)9.35 11.40j9.50 Sinerle Fares on Sundays—Return Tickets will be issued on Sundays at all Stations on the West Midland Bailtvay, and Rhymney Railways (except between Tontvpool and Newport, Walnut Tree Bridge, and Cardiff over which portion of the line the ordinary Return Fares will be charged,) at One Fare to and fro. OnMondays passengers will be booked from Hereford to Cnum- IolNVIADUCT and back DoubleJou ruey,lst class 6s6<1, 2nd 4s10d Newport, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. From Dock-street, Newport, for Nantyglo and inter- mediate Stations, (Bassaleg Junction, Tydee, Risca, Cross Keys. Chapel Bridge, Abercarn, Newbridge, Crumlin, Llanhilleth, Aberbeeg Junction, Abertillery, and Blaina,) at 7, ll IS, a, 5 43, Sundays: 9, & 5 15. From Nantyglo, 8 40, 1115, 2 20, 4 45, 7 25. Sundays at 10 40 and 7 10. From Aberbeeg Junction for Ebbw Yale and mterme- Aiate Stations, (Cwm and Victoria,) at 7 58, 12 13, 4 8 6 43. Sundays at 9 58, and 6 13. From Ebhw Vale at 8 40, 11 15, 2 20, 7 25. Sundays at 10 40, &Q(l 7 C» Saturdays a Special Train leaves Newport at 7 30 p.m. for all station* as far as Crumlinonly-Ommbvsrs run to 4 from Dock-st. station (Newport) to all parts of the town. Pontypool, Ebbw Vale, and Nantyglo. UP TRAINS Sundays. pontypool Tc*n 9 37 1 6 0 Crttrr.hn aep. 7 12 0 Aberoreg Janet 7 5b 12 1. 6 35 EbfwVale. 6 2f £ J 4, 0 4 AberoUery 4 fc 5- 6 27 or, -2 85 4 3C 7 I i0 'A 6 35 HaiityLlo. 8 -l DOWN TRAINS SUNDAYS. fi dc 11 1 2 50 4 45 7 2-r 10 40 7 10 Nantyglo | f 11 U 2 20 BJf1"* 2 tf, 1 81 2 36 5 10 7 41 10 56 7 26 Aber^Pryv;,P I 4o u is 2 20 7 25 10 40 7 10 v ^bbW,VSS I 2 3! 2 4" 5 20 7 47 11 2 7 32 Aberbeeg junct 9 2 1. 3i i 4 lQ 9 4 540 Pontypool, Risca, &c., and Newport. UP TRAINS BU-IDATS, Pontypool Town 9 3" 1 571 5 29 8 31 6 13 Cromlin dcp 9 15 11 54 2 55| 5 50 8 Oil 15 t 45 Abefcurnc 9 25 12 4 3 6l 5 58 8 10 11 25| 7 55 EigCa 9 88 12 20 3 18 6 12 8 23 11 38 8 8 Newport ".i! 10 0 12 45 3 40| 6 40 8 40 12 0| 8 SO DOWN TRAINS I SUNDATS. 7 0 11 15 3 0 5 43 9 0 5 15 ^ewport 7 21 11 36 3 25 6 0 9 21 5 36 I ol 5C 3 41 6 20 9 35 5 50 Abercarne J5 « ° 10 40 9 4 Ctumlin dep 15 1 50 5 18 Pontypool Town 10 35, 2 10 5 40 Pontypool and Merthyr. UP-TRAINS. SUNDAYS. Pontypool Road 9 30 1 50 j^22 7 55 6 5 Tontvpool Town 9 37 1 57 29 8 3 6 Crumlm 9 55 2 15 5 46 8 21 6 31 Tredegar Junction (Blackwood) 10 2 2 23 |5 51 8 29 6 39 Rhymney Junction (Hengoed).10 8|2 31 ,6 1 » |5 G 5 Llancaich (Nelson 10 17|S 40 ,6 8 8 44.6 M Quaker's Yard Junction 10 35 3 5 s6 30 8 53 7 Tt -rdvrl-ipw 10 46 3 16 |6 41 — — 53323 6 48 -i- DOWN TRAINS. |6Pndays Mertbyr 9 20 125514 20 Trocd"rhifiW 9 29 1 2j4 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 Kme? Junction 9 59 l 34^ x 10 a, « .7 i? 1 SSjS iS 12 S 9 Pontypool Town 10 33 2 1015 40 ill 8 9 22 Pontypool Road 10 38 2 15;5 45 ;11 13 9 27 Coleford, Monmouth., Usk, and Pontypool. WEEK DAYS. BUNDATP. a. m. a. m. a. m. p.m.] Ja, ml p.m. ^t5^^ad.|.9?5 U26 Il0 6 28: !l! SSad "Pi! 30 U 38 3 22. 6 45| 111 47 Raelan Footpath /I ° 9 35 11 42 3 26; 6 50 1 51 Dhfgestow. 9 45.11 50 3 35 7 01 |l2 0 Monmouth 9 55 112 0 3 45 7 10 12 10 a m. a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. p. m- Monmouth 8 35 12 35 4 20 *5 30 j? 5 0 Dineestow 8 44 12 44 4 29 5 40 a5 8 Raelan Footpath 8 53 12 531 4 38 5 50 s s 5 16 Raglan Road 8 57 12 58, 4 43 5 55 <5"g, 5 20 Llandennv 9 1 1 3| 4 48 6 0 5 24 TTslt 9 10 1 13: 4 58 6 30 5 6 34 Pontypool Road 9 25, 1 30! 5 17| 6 50 5 50 Pontypool to Cardiff (Taff Vale). DOWN. „ SUNDAYS. Pontypool town 1 9 37| 1 57i 5 29i 8 2 Quaker's Yard 8 29 11 19, 3 14 7 4| J 29 4 24 Cardiff 9 22'l2 12 4 7 8 0110 22 5 17 cP SUNDAYS. Cardiff 8 25!l'l 30, 3 201 6 351 9 0 4 0 Quaker's Yard 9 21 12 26! 4 16 7 34 9 56 4 56 Pontypool 110 33| 2 10, 5 4C| |H 8 Bristol & South Wales Union Railway. FromBrist.6 15, 9 45, 12 40. 3 30, 6 15 Sundays 8 10 3, arriving at Portskewet Station before o 11 15, 12 27, I A 50, ,7 40 (and Sundays 9 35,4 49, ) trklins to Newport. From Newport to Portskewet, and up stations to London, 7 15, 10 15,1 20, 5 10, 7 0; Sundays, 8 10, 4 28. PromPortskewet, by ferry, 8,10 50, 2 10, ,6 0, 7 35 Sun- days 9 30, 5, Fine Teas! IVEL W-LI-IOS, AGG., PONTYPOOL, The Q UANT-RTY of28. and 2s. 6d. Teas T. A.' is selling, is a GUARANTEE OF ITS QUALITY. HANBURY OF P ANTE AG U K. To Parish Clerks and Others. TIT ANTED, Certificates of the Bnptisms of the Chil- rr dren of Philip IlauVmi y, of Elmley Lovett, Wor- costtrahite, and Pb ri teigtie. Monmouthshire, born between the years 1600 and 1623. They are believed to nave been Richard. born 1610 Philip, Rose, John, and Marg-ery (who was baptised at Elmley Lovett, March, 1613.) The above-named Richard Hanbury was buried at Pontymoil on the 20th December, 1695. A Reward of &3 Will be given (till the end of May) for the Certificate of his Baptism and £1 for each of the others, except Margery, and Edward, baptised at Panteaue 15th August, 1630. £ 1 will also be given for the Burial Certificate of Philip of Elmly Lovett. Apply at the office of this Paper. America! Anlerica PROTECTION, SPEED, AND ECONOMY TO EMIGRANTS. Passengers boolced- through to all parts of the United States and Canada, at Lowest Rates. Sailing Ships.. (Including Provisions) £ 3 10 0 Steamers. ditto £ 6 6 0 Passengers met at the Railway Stations in Liverpool, and provided with the best accommodation at the lowest possible rates. Free Storage for Luggage. For every other information apply to JAMES R. MORGAN, Emigration Agent, Post Office, Pontypool, and Gallon Street, Liverpool. .c v DUTY OFF TEAS AT W. PEGLER'S Tea and Grocery Establishments. j s. d. Good Small Tea 1 4 per lb. Congou, recommended 2 0 „ Best do. 2 6 „ W. PEGLER, PONTYPOOL AND BLAENAFON TMPERIAL AUSTRIAN GUARANTEED STATE J. LOANS. No LOTTERIES. Bona-fide chances to win for ti the large premiums of £ 30,000, £ 25,000, P,20,000, &c. &c. Public drawings on the First of everv month, under the superintendence of the Austrian Government, and official public functionaries. OFFICIAL LISTS SET GRATIS TO SUBSCRIBERS. Apply for £ 1 chances, issued upon forms supplied by the Austrian Government and bear- ing the Imperial half a florin stamp, and for prospec- tuses to VOELCKER & CO., Bankers, Vienna. 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 ir 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. Hrl., 2s. 9J., and 4s. 6d. Wholesale Dep-'if. 22. Hrc ad-sti eet, London. CHOCOLATE (MENIER'S FRENCH) FOR BREAKFAST. (Manufactory at Noisiel-sur-Marne, near Paris.) PERFECTLY free from all adulteration, this Choco- j. late recommends itself to every one:— To those in health as an agreeable and highly nourish- ing Breiikfast. Leverage. 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. 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. Jones,Grocer, BRIDGE STREET, PONTYPOOL. Va IMPORTANT. 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, with approved personal security, you can have any sum up to £ 2,000, repayable by fixed instalments. Office hours, 10 to 5. 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. ART UNION OF GREAT BRITAIN. THE next Drawing will take place on the 30th June, and Tickets may shortly be obtained at the Free Press" Office. STEAM PACKET TABLES. APRIL. THE TAFF AND NEWPORT. From Bristol. 2 Fri. 10 morn 3 Sat. 10 5 Mon. 12 noon 6 Tues. 20 after 7 Wed. 230 8 Thur. 3 45 It 9 Fri, 415 ro Sat. 4 45 „ 12 Mon. 6 0 mom 13 Tues. 630 after 14 Wed. 7 0 morn, 7 30 after 15 Thur 7 30 „ 7 30 It 16 Fri. 7 45 morn, 8 15 after t 19 Mon. 10 15 morii j 20 Tues. 12 noon t 21 Wed. 1 aft j 22 Thur. 2 30 after 123 Fri. 3 0 124 Sat. 4 15 | 26 Mon. 6 0 „ j 27 Tues. 7 0 „ 128 Wed. 7 30 mom, 7 30 after 29 Thur 7 45 „ 8 0 „ 30 Fri. 8 45 „ 8 0 „ From Newport. 3 Sat. 10 15 morn 6 Mon. II 30 „ 6 Tues. 12 0 noon 7 Wed. 2 30 after 8 Thur 2 45 n 9 Fri. 5 15 10 Sat. 5 15 n 12 Mon. 6 15 „ 15 Tues. 5 15 14 Wed. 5 45 morn, 5 30 after 16 Tl)ui 7 U 7 15 „ ie Pri. 7"» „ 17 Sat. 7 30 morn I 19 Mon 10 15 „ 20 Tties 10 0 121 Wed 12 30 after 22 Thur I 15 „ ) 23 Fri. 2 45 „ 124 Sat. 3 45 „ | 26 Mon 5 15 j 27 Tues. 5 30 I 28 Wed. 7 30 morn, 0 15 after | 29 Thur 7 30 „ 6 45 „ 129 Thur 7 30 6 45 190 Fri. 7$• „ 7)1" WILLIAM POTTER BEGS to announce that Mrs Potter has returned from JD London with in entire New Stock of BONNETS, HATS, CAPS, FLOWERS, DRESSES, &c., &c. Poutypool, April 23, 1869. JOHN KNIPE, Grocer and Tea Dealer, SEED, CORN, AND PROVISION MERCHANT, BACON FACTOR, &c., CRANE-STREET, PONTYPOOL. A great variety of Early Seed Potatoes. Per Qr. lJer Cict. Myatt's Ash Leaf Kidney 1 6 15 0 Alma Kidney 1 6 15 0 Stratton's Seedling. 1 6 15 0 Wheeler's Milky White 1 6 15 0 Fort.y-folds 1 3.13 0 EarlvBlnes 1 3 13 0 Flukes 0 9. 6 6 Good Eating Potatoes, 6d. to 7d. perQr.,4s. to 6s. perCwt. West Place, Pontypool. W WOODFORD, Builder, has for Sale, New and • Second-hand Building Materials, Roman Tile, Crests, Kiln Tiles, &c., &c. N.B.—MRS. WOODFORD has RE-OPENED the CONFECTIONERY BUSINESS in all its branches, in the Shop. lately occupied by Mr Churchill, George- street (opposite the Crown Hotel.) Superior British Wines. Also, all kinds of choice PAPER HANGINGS sup- plied on the shortest notice. Register Office for Families and Servants CONDUCTED by MRS. SAUNDERS, 4, Market c Street, Pontypool. —— EPPS'S COCOA. HI Only in i lb., i lb., and 1 lb. Packets—tin-lined and labelled. SOLD BY THE TRADE IN ALL PARTS. Prepared by JAS. Epps & 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. 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 K, LONDON. Prices, 26. 8d.—3s.—3s.4d. & 3s. 8d. per lb, ABERTSTWITH.O«P»,Chemist PONTVPOOL Wood,Chemist. USK JSdwards ABERGA'NY. IVatkins,Gosden CRICKHOWEJ.L Christopher MONMOUTH Allen MERTHYR Stephens NEWPORT,O>ie,«( £ Co.,chemists, Phillips, 92, Commercial st EISCA Taylor, Chemist QPANISH FLY is the acting ingredient in ALEX. lO 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 -n_- HAIR-CURLING FLUID, 248. High Hoihom, 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. Gd., or 20 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool GREY HAIR.—248, High Holborn, London. ALEX. ROSS'S HAIR DYE produces a perfect colour im- mediately it is used. It is permanent, and perfectly natural in effect. Price 3s. 6d., sent post for .54 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool HAIR DESTROYER.—248, High Holborn, London. ALEX. ROSS'S DEPILATORY removes, without effect to the skin, superfluous hair from the face, neck. and arms, 3s. 6d.; sent the same day as ordered by post for 54 stamps. Sold by all Chemists, and by Roderick, Pontypool PIMPLE REMOVER.—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 DISCOVERY. —Corns cured in 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 Chem ists, 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 BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Executed with Neatness, Correctness, and Punctuality, BY D. W ALKINSIlA W, AT the Office of the Free Press and Herald of the Hills, Corn Market House, Pontypool. Window Bills ("House to Let," &c.) from Id. Notices of Distraint, Id; each. Dividers (Abersychan, Pontypool, and Cwmbran,) Is. per 100. County Court Notices, d. each; 5d. doz.; 3s. per 100. -fAAAAA 3MF BUY I 1 Johnson,Johnson Cos t J PURE TEA, T ] 2/- per lb. CHOICE QUALITIES J "NEW SEASON'S," £ < 2/8 3/- 3/4 3/8 4/- ► Supplied in Packets only, from 2 ozs. to I lb. t 4 and 3-lb. and 6-lb. 18n Canisters. ► ^0* Sold by Chemists, Confectioners, 01^ &c., in every Town. p M LOCAL AGENTS. PONTYPOOL-Edwards. stationer, George-street Abergavenny—James, confectioner Beaufort—Jones, chemist Pillgwenlly—Faulkner, chemist, 81, Commercial-road Nantyglo-Allen, Post-office, Garn Vach MerJhyr-Stephens chemist A'uuidare—Thomas, chemist, 10, Comm erciL,Iae- Hereford—Chave, G, Broad-st; Jennings, 36, Ilig blown Tredegar—Jenkins, chemist Usk-Clark, Post-office JOHNSOK, JOHNSON &Co Tea Merchants, 17, Blom- fieW-sHeet, Oity, London, IL w MACNIVEN & CAMERON'S RENOWNED PENS ON A NEW PRINCIPLE. Waverley Pen!; Pickwick Pen! Owl Pen! THESE Pens are rapidly superseding all others, being J. adapted for every style and variety of writing. Is per Box ls2d per Post. Sold at the office of the PONTYPOOL FREE PRESS. London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews. TWO SERMONS will be preached on behalf of the above Society at BLAENAFON CHURCH, on SUNDAY, April 25, by the Rev J. DRURY, M.A. The Morning Service to commence at Eleven, and the Evening at Six o'clock. On MONDAY EVENING, April 26, at 7 o'clock, a LECTURE, illustrated with Oil Paintings, will be de- livered in the INFANT SCHOOL ROOM, by the Rev J. DRURY, on "Jerusalem, as it is in the present day," with some account of the recent Palestine Explorations. A Collection will be made after the Sermons and Lecture on behalf of the above Society. Primitive Methodist Connexion. The Bristol District Meeting 9 WILL BE HELD AT PONTYPOOL, APRIL 29TH, 1869, And following Days. RELIGIOUS SERVICES will be held in the follow- it ing order:- THURSDAY, April 29th A PRAYER MEETING will be held in SALEM CHAPEL, High-street, at Half- past Six o'clock p.m. after which, the Revs O. PULLEN, of Stroud, and T. HOBSON, of Swansea, will preach. FRIDAY, April 30th: The Rev J. P. BELLINGHAM, of Hereford, will preachy Seven o'clock p.m. SATURDAY, May 1st: A TEMPERANCE MEETING will be held at 7 p.m. SUNDAY, May 2nd: The CAMP MEETING will be held in a Field at the side of Mount Pleasant Chapel, kindly lent by Mr Philpot. MONDAY, May 3rd: The concluding Service will bo held in Mount Pleasant Chapel; to be addressed by Mr J. WHITFORD, of Penzance; Mr J. LAM- BERT, of Bristol; the RevS T. T. SHIELDS, of Bath, J. p BELLINGHAM, and T. HOBSON. The Chair to be taken at Seven o'clock, by the Rev C. T. Harris, of Bristol. A Collection will be made to assist Ña defraying incidental Expenses. GLOBE INN, AND MARKET HOUSE, CRANE STREET, PONTYPOOL. WM. JAMES T)ESPECTFxj £ JJY announces to the inhabitants of XV Pontypool and the neighbourhood, tin: he has taken to the above old-csifhliMied Inn and Market House, where he hopes, by always supplying Wiv :md bpirits, home-brewed Ale, Porter, &c., of the v<_ry best quality, and by sparing no efforts for the accommodation of his customers, to merit and receive a share of public patronage. Good Stabling and Well-aired Beds. S E EJD S T. RODERICK, CHEMIST AND SEEDSMAN, PONTYPOOL, BEGS to inform his numerous Customers that he has a well-selected Stock of GARDEN & FLOWER SEEDS,at Lowest Prices consistent with Good Quality; also the following SEED POTATOES r Myatt's Ash Leaf Kidney. ( Alma Kidney. > ) Wheeler's Milky White. Early Blue. ( Forty-fold. 0 Early Blue. ( Forty-fold. « Fluke, &c. Just Published, And may be had at the FREE PRESS Office, Price 6d., (Post-free on receipt of Eight StampsJ THE LOCAL REGISTER; OR, CHRONOLOGY OF PONTYPOOL AND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. Being a concise account of the Chief Events that have transpired in the Town and Locality, and (incidentally) in Monmouth- shire, from the Invasion of Britain until the present time and including a full report of the memorable catastrophe at the Glyn Pond on the 23rd of July, 1868. To be Let, A HOUSE in BRYNGWIN PLACE.—Apply to Mr G. J JEE, Glanwern Offices. To Let, With immediate Possession, AN old Licensed House, known as the NEW INN, situate on the Varteg Hill, and now in the occupa- tion of Mr Charles Keare. A good Wholesale and Retail Business is carried on upon the Premises. Stock, Plant, and Fixtures to be taken at a Valuation. Apply on the Premises. 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 NORE LOTS, iWQn SQUARE YARDS BUILDING LitJ U GROUiTi), tnu.i.v; n<- Bibln Christian Chapel, Abersychan, late the pro}.Mr .KicburJ Walker, deceased. Apply to Messrs GREENWAY & BYTHEWAY, Solicitors, Pontypool. i !J A PANE SE! TOWN HALL, PONTYPOOL. ONE NIGHT ONLY, MONDAY, APRIL 26th. WONDERFUL PERFORMANCES TOP SPINNING. ARCHERY. BALANCING. EGG SPINNING. NEPON POM. TEMPLE OF JAPAN. CONCERT. FIRE BALANCING. SWORD FEATS. DANCING. &c. &C. &C. Go and See HECVONUSKHE Shoot a Light off the Top of a Man's Head. Go and See TOORUKITCHE in his Wonderful Feats. Go and See JAPANESE LADIES. Go and See THE BABY. Go and See THE ONLY REAL JAPANESE IN THIS COUNTRY, Seven of the Most Talented Artistes in the World! Reserved Seats, 3s.; Second Seats, 2s.; Third, Is.; Children, Half-price. Tickets to be obtained of Mr Hughes, Book- seller, Commercial-street. Doors oj)en at 7.30 ai S,— Carriages to bs ordered at 10. I Dymunir galw sylw y Cymry at yr isod. JOHN BEVAN'S (Late Charles BennettJ GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Clarence-street, Pontypool. FOR every description of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- r TURE, IRON BEDSTEADS, HARDWARE, &c., GO TO THE ABOVE ADDRESS. MRS J. H. PROSSER (Late E. ThorleyJ BEGS to announce her RETURN FROM LONDON with a Choice Selection of Bonnets, Hats, Flowers, Feathers, Trimmings, &c. &c., FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. SHOW-ROOMS OPEN ON SATURDAY, (24th inst.) COMMERCIAL STREET, PONTYPOOL. TOWN HALL, PONTYPOOL. THE PONTYPOOL Glee & Madrigal Society Will give a FRIENDS' NIGHT AND C 0 N C E R T OnTuesdayEvening,27thApril,1869 -:0:- CONDUCTOR MR HOLDSWORTH. PIANIST MR HASKINS. -:0:- PROGRAMME. PART I. Trio-Piano, Violin, and Violoncello.Airs from Masaniello Auber Messrs HASKINS, HOLDSWORTH, and RODERICK. Glee (from Oberon") Stevens Trio "O lady fair" T. Moore Misses HOLDSWORTH and LLOYD, and Mr WYATT. Part Song "Sweet and low" Barnby Song. "Those beautiful bells"Montgomery Miss HOLDSWORTH. Part Song "Take care" Bartholomew Song 'I'Tis the hour" Traventi Miss HASKINS. Part Song. "0 hush thee, my babie" Sullivan Song "Give me the man of honest hea:t" Hobson Mr T. B. SMITH. Glee. Blow, gentle gales" Bishop Song. There grew in the forest" Marriott Mr ESSEX. Glee.. "The fox jump'd over the parson's gate"Bishop PART II. Trio-Piano, Violin, and Violoncello. Airs from Don Pasquale" Donizetti Messrs HASKIXS, HOLDSWORTH, and RODERICK. Cantata.. 11 The Fair Maid of Toro" C. Lawrence (First time of Performance.) Semi-Chorus. 0 low shone the sun" Air "O Saints" Miss HASKINS. Duet. All distant and faint" Miss HASKINS and Mr SMITH. Chorus.. Breathless she gazed" Air. "0 save thee, fair maid" Mr LAWRENCE. Chorus.Scarce could he falter." Duet "Very suspicious" Clifton Miss HASKINS and Mr ESSEX. Part Song 44 The Gipsy Chorus Weber Song 41 Never give in" Furday Miss LLOYD. Chorus May no rash intruder" Handel Song.Mr Timms' unfortunate attachment" Walker Mr ESSEX. Finale—" God save the Queen." A Front Seats, Is; Back Seats, 6d. Liuuia open at a Quarter to Eight; to commence at a Quarter past. TOWN HALL, PONTYPOOL. ONE NIGHT ONLY. WEDNESDAY, April 28th, 1869. THE GREAT American Slave Troupe, AND JAPANESE TOMMY, The Tom Thumb of Africa, 36 years of age, and only 35 inches in height. SIXTEEN REAL NEGROES From the Plantations of America, together with a host of other WELL-KNOWN & TALENTED ARTISTES, Making in all TWENTY SIX Performers of acknow- ledged Abilities in their Brilliant, Chaste, & Original Entertainment. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8. Carriages at 10 p.m. ADMISSION Front Seats, 2s.; Second, Is.; Back, 6d. No Half-price. Children Half-price to Front Seats. Tickets may be had of Mr H. HUGHES, Bookseller. SAM. HAGUE, Manager and Proprietor. W. H. LEE, Business Manager. Assembly Room, Blaenafon, TII-URSDAY, April 29th, 1869. Thomas's Emulsion of Syrups, OR PECTORAL COUGH DROPS, For Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Asthma, Hooping tough, 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 vears with unprecedented success. Sold in Bottles, at 7d, Is. 1-id, and 2s 9d each BAYLEY'S TONIC, APERIENT, AND PURIFYING FAMILY PILLS, For Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Giddiness, 11 md its the Stomach, Sick Headache, Habitual or Temporary Costivcness, Nervousness, Pains in the chest and side, §c These pure vegetable pills strengthen the system and increase appetite, and are a njild 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 71D., Is. IID., & 2s. 9D. EACH. Prepared only by T. RODERICK, Chemist, Pontypool. WHOLESALE AGENTS. London W. SUTTOX & Co. Bristol PEARCE & CO. And Retail by most Chemists and Medicine YendorF. LOCAL AGENTS. Blaenafon: Evans,chemist Pontypridd Bassett, chemist Aberga'ny: Watkins „ Aberdare T.W.Evans „ Tredegar: Waites Monmouth Cossens „ Newport: Edmunds Spencer EleazarDavis „ Mertnyr Thos.Stephens II „Morgi»n(Villtfv;enlly)„ R.Thomas ('ardiifJnmes DOWIHIS Ilain^ck ,t WUh'ans Chepstow Williams „ Cross "C sk Clark, bookseller Abutille-ry J. Williams, bookseller 3. riu-B lu Will take place on THURSDA Y, 6th May, In an Enclosure near the FoUy, WHERE AMUSEMENTS of every description will be provided. Dancing to commence at Three o'clock. TICKETS, CD. BACH. Refreshments may Is had on the Ground. (For further Particulars see Bills.) The Bankruptcy Act, 1861. IN the COUNTY COURT of Monmouthshire, holder. at Pontypool: In the Matter of WILLIAM RICH- ARDS, of Talywain, in the parish of Trevethin, in a county of Monmouth, Timekeeper, formerly of 'ho White House, at Talywain aforesaid, Beerhouse Keeper and Timekeeper, adjudged Bankrupt on the Twelfth day of February, 1869. An Order of Diivharge will be delivered to the Bankrupt after the expiration of thirty days from this date, unless an appeal be duly en- tered against the Judgment of the Court, and notice thereof be given to the Court. Pontypool, 20th April, 1869. ALEXANDER EDWARDS, Registrar. HIGHWAYS OF PANTEG. To Contractors and Others. THE .PANTEG LOCAL BOARD invite Tenders to be sent in for the Repairs of the Highways of the Parish of Panteg for the Twelve Months ending April 30th, 1870. A Specification may be seen at the office of the Clerk, at Trosnant Coal Yard, Pontypool, and Forms of Tender may be obtained of him. Sealed Tenders (addressed to the Chairman) must be sent in to the Clerk, on or before Tuesday, 27th inst., by 5 p.m. The lowest, or any tender, will not necessarily b, accepted. In the event of any Tender being accepted, the per- son tendering will have to enter into a Contract in the form required by the Board, and to provide a respousiblo surety to join therein. Bv Order of the Board, THOMAS WILLIAMS, Clork. Dated April 14th, 1869. Election of Local Board, 4LA ENAFON DISTRICT. I DO HEREBY CERTIFY, that the Election of the Members of the Local Board, for the District of Blaenafon, has been conducted in conformity with the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1848 (I I & 12 Vict., cap. 63,) and the 41 Local Government Act, 1858," and that the Entries contained in the Schedule here- under written are true Names of Quality or No. of Nr.mcsofth* NG. PersonsNominated. Calling, Votes. Per- ErHItø. 1 John Paton.. Manager 241..Jobn Ntott 2 R. Steel, M.D..Surgeon .235..R. Steel 3 Joseph Kay.Agent 163..Joseph RAT -"0 4 John Gill Ditto 154..John""•< 5 Wm.Burgoyne.. StoneCutter..146.. War.. 6 JohnBurgovne. Builder J, 128.. Jofrtf i 7 GeorgeBurford.. Baker iil..ue-. iw irarrore 8 David Lewis ..Grocer, &c. 112.. Davia Lewie 9 Jno. Vincent ..Innkeeper ,.108.,Jno. Yjnceal 10 Thos.Edwards..Coal-miner..107.. 11 Wm. Powell ..FurnaceMgr. 103.. 12 J. G. Williams.. Draper &c. 10$.. 13 DavdEdwards. Coal-miner.. 103- 14 JohnPritebard.. Grocer 97.. 15 Jno. Wheeler ..Ditto 87.. 16 Wm. Davies ..Coal-miner.. 68.. 17 Daniel Morgan..Minister. 39.. 18 JosbuaThomas..Co-il-miner.. 38.. 19 Geo. Deakin ..Druggist 34.. 20 Wm. Edwards..Grocer 15.. Given under my hand this 20th day of April, 1869i T. HEMMING, Returning Officer. ABERSYCHAN Local Government Board. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS.. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Accounts 1M of the Local Government Board, for the Year end- ing the 25th day of March, 1869, will be Audited by EDWARD MURRF_LL, Esquire, at the Town Hall, Pontypool, on Friday, the 7th day of May next, at Ten o'clock in the Forenoon. And NOTICE is also hereby given, that seven clear days at least before the day fixed for such Audit, the Rate Books and other Accounts of the said Local Government Board, made up and balanced to such 25th day of March, will be de. posited at the office of the Clerk, at the town of Pontypool, for the inspection of Owners and Rate- payers. ALEXANDER EDWARDS, Clerk to the Lucal Government Board. Pontypool, 7th April, 1869. BLAENAFON Local Government Board. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Account# of the Local Government Board for the Year ended the 25th day of March, 1869, will be Audited by EDWARD MURRELL, Esquire, at the Boys' School- room, Blaenafon, on Saturday, the 1st day of May next, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. And NOTICE is also given, that seven clear days at least before the day fixed for such Audit, the Rate Books and other Accounts of the said Local Government Board, made up and balanced to the said 25th day of March, will be deposi- ted at the Board Room (Boys' School-room), Blaeuafon, for the inspection of Owners and Ratepayers. JOHN THOMAS, Clerk to the Local Government Board. Blaenafon, 6th April, 1869. PANTEG Local Government Board. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Accounts of the Local Government Roard, for the Year end- inf the 25th day of March, 1869, will be Audited by EBWARD MURRELL. Esquire, at the Town Hall, Pontypool, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of May next, at 12 o'clock at Noon. And NOTICE is also hereby given, that seven clear days at least before the day fixed for such Audit, the Rate Books and Accounts of the said Local Government Board, made up and balanced to the said 25th of March, will be deposited at the Office of tho Clerk to the Board, Trosnant Coal Yard, Pontypool, for the inspection of Owners and Ratepayers. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Clerk to the Local Government Board. Pontypool, April 14th, 1869. PONTYPOOL Local Government Board. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Accounts iN of the Local Government Board, for the Year end- ing the 2oth day of March, 1869, will be Audited by EDWARD MURRELL, Esquire, at the Town Hall, Pontypool, on FRIDAY, the 7th day of Mav next. at Four o'clock in the Afternoon. And NOTICE is also. hereby given, that seven clear days at least before the day fixed for such Audit, the Rate Books and other Accounts of the said Local Government Board, made up and balanced to such 25th day of March, will be de- posited at the office in Clarence-street, Pontypool, for the Inspection of Owneis uild Ratepayers. W. H. LUCE. Clerk to the Local Government Board. | Pontypoo1, 15th April, 1869.