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imE "POTYPOOL FREE PRESS' IS SOLD BY THE FOLLOWING AGENTS: MKRSYPHAN J"Mr BRAIN, Post Office. < bKSYCHAN. | Mrs Thomas> nr RaiL Station ILLERY Mr HIGGS, Stationer {Mrs REES, Post Office "A YON < Mr PRO BERT, Stationer ). Mr 1. MORGAN. News Agent AVMBRAN Mr SAMUEL, Stationer RUMLTN Mr LUCAS, News Agent ARNDIFFAITII Mr CHAS. HERBERT "IPFITHSTOWN Mr H. PEACH, Gen. Dealer TNEWYDD Mr FRANCIS, Bookseller. ( Mr CHAS. HERBERT NTNEWYNYDD ] Mrs JOVES, Post Office ( MRS JENKINS. HTIGHES & SON, Booksellers j Messrs JUNES & EDWARDS, PUNTYPOOL l Booksellers Mrs FARR, High-street Mr H. JONES, Trosnant PONTYPOOL ROAD, MESSRS W. H. SMITH & SON TAIVUMTM ( Mrs STONE, News Agent TALYWAIN { Mrs EDMUNDS, Post Office -Li- '-JJ » DISPATCH OF MAILS TO AMERICA AND AUSTRALIA. The dates given are those of the malls being made up in London. It is recommended to post letters in th9 country a day or two before, and to write the route on he envelope distinct from the address. AMERICA-UNITED STATES. Letters Registered àoz. newspapers. "y Tuesday, Thursday, & Saturday. 2 £ d.ld. 4oss, CANADA. ilvery Thursday 21d. ld. „ AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. )v 21 Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tas- mania (via Brindisi) 8d. 2d. „ Queensland, New South Wales, New Zealand tvia Brindisi and Melbourne 8d 2d. 70NTYP00L POST OFFICE. f"J''V' I DELIVERY OF LETTERS, &C. 8.0 am., 11.30 a.m., and 5.30 p.m "W TIMES FOR POSTING IN PONTYPOOL. Jrdr London & all parts.11.0 a.m, 4.30 p.m, 7.0 p.m £ ith additional stamp.1110 „ 4.40 „ 7.30 „ For Pontypool and neighbourhood, up to. 9.0 „ MONEY ORDER AND SAVINGS BANK BUSINESS. from 9.0 a.m to 5.0 p.m TELEGRAMS. From 8.0 a.m to 8.0 p.m. Sundays, 8.0 a.m to 10 a.m I Filings OF THE WELSH PRINCE. ^KOM NEWPORT Nov 14 (to Bristol) 4 0 p.m. 17 „ 7 0 a.m. 19 „ .8 0 „ 21" .9 30 FROM BRISTOL Nov 15 (to Newport) 6 15 p.m. i 18 „ 9 0 a.m. I 20 „ 10 0 „ 22 „ 12 15 p.m. TRAINS. r From Crane-street Station, M. R. & C. Co. Blaenavon (Old Line) 10 40 2.45 8.15 lo Brynmawr (New Line,) 7.40 1.0 4.45 On Sundays 10.0a.m. 8.45 p.m. An Extra Train on Saturdays only at 9.0 p.m., for Pont- L"ù newynydd and Abersychan only. Ill 11.47 JFrom Pontypool Town Station, Trosnant. G.W.R. Co. To Crumlin, at- I „ ES,un(Jayr n ;3.57 | 2.16 | G.l I 8.57 | 6.13 » To Pontypool Road, at— I Q .0.16 \Ai 5 43 I 11.8 I S-" From Pontypool Road. L To Hereford at— I R | 10.30 | 11 29 | 2.10 3.43 16.5 | 8,45 | 6.5 jf. An extra train to Abergavenny at 11.23 a.m. t To Monmouth, at- r .45 1 11.35 ) 2.15 t 6.10 'An extra train to Usk at 8.40 a.m. To Newport, at— ■ 35|U.17|12.25|2.0 |3.50|5.521 6.10j8.35|9.3 j 11>lg j 9.26 The only DIRECT Line of Steamers to PHILADEL- PHIA is the AMERICAN LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. A aizfal m LIVFILVRUUL TO YO.LLJAUXILIRA.XA. EVERY WEDNESDAY, Oalling atQuEENSTOWN every THURSDAY First-class, full-powered Iron Steam- -1 ships are appointecl to baii RISHEMPIRE Nov. 5 OHIO Nov. 19 _.NA v- ■ Nov. 8 *BRTISH CROWN Nov. 26 ? RD GOU6H..NOV., 12 ILLINOIS Dec. 3 Saloon Passage, 12 to 21 Guineas. f tp-fnediite Passengers cat-ried on voyage marked thw* i oaly TRANS-ATLANTIC LINE sailing under '4 F?ATES FLAG, and carrying the American -ini ii;g life, besides the usual complement of *v cnd an extra number of Life Preservers. The Nation for all classes of passengers is equal to European Steamship Lines. Every Steamer yrgeon and Stewardess. •3 and goods are landed at Philadelphia on of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, he shortest and most direct route to all Western States. ¡J ) fs by this Line can pass direct into the Rail- j Cats without leaving the Landing Wharf, and r the same roof, there are REFRESHMENT ROOM, 1 id States Letter Box, Telegraph Office, Exchange and Baggage Express Office. N PASSAGE, 12 to 18 Guineas. Return Tickets, ,'t d rates. A PASS'S as low as by any other FAST .,ng ar, atople supply of Provisions. Steerage ..s are forwarded to New York or Boston with- ,âonal cht¡rge. ^.HMEDIATE PASSAGE, including Beds, Bedding, 1 nee- ssary Utensils, and separate table, S8 8s. pply iu Philadelphia, to Peter Wright and Sons, '»eeral Agents, 3 )7, Walnut-street; in Queenstown, 1 (*T. & J. Cummi is & Brothers and in Liverpool, to -ItICHAlt))SON, SPENCE, & CO., 17 and 19, Water-street, rj. MORG \N, Post Office, Pontypool. W. H. BANKS, Blaenavon. THOS. H. THOMAS, High-st., Tenby. JNO. THOMAS, Church-st., Tredegar. _I .LAN LINE H .SHORTEST VXJEAN PASSAGE TO MERICA. tadian, and United States Mail. TWENTY FIRST-CLASS STEAMERS. POOL every THURSDAY, and iY every FRIDAY for HALIFAX, TLAND, & BALTIMORE. Through STON, NEW YORK, PHILADEL- points in CANADA & the STATES. client Accommodation. e their Tickets before leaving Iway Station by an appointed ,¡rbo takes charge of them until !e steamer. V GOVERNMENT grants ASSISTED PAS- ALLAN LINE. te for the Pamphlet LORD DUFFERIN i'^TOBA." t;J ALLAX BROTHERS & Co., Liverpool or <rry, or to R. MORGAN, Post Office, Pontypool. THOMAS PUGH, Panteg Station FREDERICK SMITH, Shipping Agent, Bridge Street, Blaenavon. k •• PIANOFORTES, By COLLARD & COLLARD, KIRKMAN, and other Best Makers, at 20 per Cent off their List Prices, FOR CASH. THE BEST and CHEAPEST PIANOFORTES and 1 HARMONIUMS IN THE WORLD can be obtained at W. H. HASKINS' MUSIC WAREHOUSES, COMMERCIAL STREET AND CLUB BUILDINGS, PONTYPOOL. Price Lists free by post on application m- Send for List, and compare prices with those of other Houses. 7-octave Pianoforte,in solid walnut "1 ,0 case j 10 guineas. The Royal Pianoforte (7 octaves), 4ft. high by 4ft. 6in. wide, in fine 0- Italian walnut,with ivory-fronted ( guineas, keys, and warranted for 10 years Harmoniums from £ 4. W. H. HASKINS, AGENT FOR MESSRS J. BRINSMEAD & SONS' GOLD MEDAL PIANOS, And for MESSRS. NEUMEYER & Co.s DOUBLE OVERSTRUNG IRON UPRIGHT GRANDS; Also for MESSRS GEO. WOOD & Co.'s AMERICAN ORGANS. These justly-celebrated Instruments are always kept in stock, and may be obtained on very advan- tageous terms. Instruments tuned, regulated, and repaired by skilful London workmen. PIANOS LET ON HIRE, TAKEN IN EXCHANGE, AND SUPPLIED ON THE THREE YEARS' SYSTEM. Great Bargains in Second-hand Pianos-which have been let on hire and but little used-at very little more than Half-price. RODERICK'S RHEUMATIC CORDIAL, Price Is. lld. 2 An Effectual Remedy for Gout, Rheumatic Gout, Sciatica, Lumbago, AND ALL KINDS OF RHEUMATISM. THIS Preparation has been highly esteemed for many years, and its great demand is chiefly due to the personal recommendation of those who have been bene- fited by it. TONIC, APERIENT, AND PURIFYING, FAMILY PILLS, FOR THE LIVER AND STOMACH. Are prepared with great care, on the most approved principles, of choice and well-proportioned .!J}!q.jep.j.; pq4 jp Ù6ipöslhõri: are easily digested \by the stomach they thoroughly eradicate those humours, which, when ne- glected, lead to serious and often fatal results, and by their direct action on the blood, renovate and invigorate the whole system.-Sold in boxes, at 71d., Is. I-Id., and 2 2s. 9d. each. Bayley's Family Pills do not contain one particle of Mercury, Antimony, or any other mineral ingredient —— PREPARED ONLY BY T. RODERICK, Chemist, Pontypool, And Sold by most Chemists and Medicine Vendors. Photographic Albums, SLIGHTLY SOILED, NOW BEING SOLD OUT AT FROM 25 to 30 per Cent. Discount, FOR CASH. HUGHES & SON, STATIONERS, &c., PONTYPOOL. COEDCAE, PONTYPOOL. C. LAWRENCE, New and Old Iron Merchant, METAL & MACHINERY BROKER. Bars, Plates, Sbeets, Brass and Lead, also Old Rails Tyres, Axles, and every description of Scrap. Also, for Sale, Portable Forges, Lifting Jacks, Punching and Shearing Machines, Smiths' Tools, Taps and Dies, Injectors, Colliery, Turntables, Lea- ther and Rubber Belts, &c. The Oldest Wholesale and Retail Provision & Family Grocery Trade, CRANE-STREET, PONTYPOOL, (AND GRIFFITHSTOWN,) ESTABLISHED 1787. JOHN DANIEL, Late DANIEL JONES. MONEY. NO LAW C O ST S.—Loans from £ 10 to £ 2000 granted daily to Farmers, Householders, Trades- men, Gentlemen, and others, on their Stock, Crops, Household Furniture, &c., repayable by easy instalments to suit Borrowers.—Apply by letter, or personally, to W. H. LLEWELLYN, Accountant, &c., 11, Flannel-st., Abergavenny. CASH ADVANCED IN A FEW HOURS' NO- TICE !—The Monmouthshire Loan & Discount Co. advance money daily, from £ 2 to Y,2,000, to Trades- men, Farmers, Mechanics, and others, on their Stock- in-trade, Furniture, &c., without removal or incon- venience in anyway; repayable by easy instalments; distance no object; all applications punctually attended to strictly private.—Apply personally, or by letter, to The Cross, Pontypool; or Abbey Row, Cwmbran. MONEY ADVANCES, from £ 10 to £ 1000, can now be obtained at a few hours' notice. No law costs • strictest secrecy. For particulars, apply to Mr. A BLOOM, Pawnbroker, Jeweller, &c., George-street Pontypool I" OANS Granted, on Personal Security, at 10 per J cent, per annum, by the Somerset "Finance Co. (Limited).—Apply to O. H. STEED, Agent, Victoria Hall Chambers, Newport. FITS.—EPILEPTIC FITS OR FALLING SICKNESS.—A certain method of cure has been discovered for this dis- tressing complaint by a physician, who is desirous that 11t1 sufferers may benefit from this providential disco. very it is never known to fail, and will cure the most hopeless case after all other means have been tried. Full particulars will be sent by post to any person free of charge.—Address: Mr WILLIAI-IS 10, Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park, London. THE Pontypool General Furnishing Warehouses, CLARENCE-STREET, PONTYPOOL. Jo HN BEVAN respectfully announces that Purchasers will find in his New and Spacious Warehouses a very large Stock of Dining, Drawing, and Bedroom Suites, Iron and Wood Bedsteads, Palliasses, Spring & MillpufE Mattresses, Feather & Millptiff Beds, & every description of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Pianofortes, Harmoniums, Carpets, Matting, Floor Cloth, Door Mats, Hearth Rugs, Cutlery, Dinntv Tea, and Toilet Sets, Cooking Utensils, &c., &o. c,- A large proportion of Goods being Home-made, the quality may be relied upon. No effort is spared to give entire satisfaction. Goods delivered per Cart or Covered Van, free of expense. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. LONDON HOUSE, PONTYPOOL. -V"r>rv'rv' The New Show Room will be Opened this Day, Saturday, Oct. 25th. MESSRS. WILLIAMS & CO. Beg respectfully to announce their return from the London and other Markets, and will make a GRAND SHOW of the LEADING NOVELTIES for the Season. They would draw special attention to A MANUFACTURER'S STOCK OF LADIES' ULSTERS, Which will be offered at EXTRAORDINARY PRICES. Large Stock of Ladies' Paletots, lower than has ever been offered; large assortment of Gloves, Corset8, Zjtnbrellas, and Lace Goods. GREAT BARGAINS will be offered in all Departments FOR CASH. Dress and Mantle Making done on the Premises by experienced hands.—All Orders promptly executed IRONMONGERY. CLEARANCE SALE (PREVIOUS TO ALTERATIONS). WM. BUNNING & Co., General A Furnisbln. Ironmongers, Pontypool, Being about to make IMPORTANT ALTERATIONS with the New Year, WILL, On and from Saturday, November 8th, until December 31st, SELL OFF THE WHOLE OF THEIR EXTENSIVE STOCK AT U it E A T TF'.E-D U C I-o-sro 1 FOR OASH. Iron Bedsteads, Palliasses, Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Baths, Trays, Brushes, Mats, Matting. Ivory and other Table and Pocket Cutlery, Electro-plated Spoons and Forks, Cruets, Teapots, &c., &c.-Duplex, Silber, and other Petroleum Lamps.-Scales and Weights, Spring Balances, Steelyards, Leamington Kitcheners, Register and other Stoves and Chimney Pieces, &c., &c. Fire-resisting Safes, &c., &c. SUMMER, SEASON 1879 CLARETS FOR EVERY-DAY USE, PURE, WHOLESOME, BEVERAGE WINES OF FRANCE Chipped by W & A Gilbey direct from their Establishment in the Medoc to their Stores in London, and sold by their Agents throughout the United Kingdom Per Bottle Per Dozen Castle A CLARET These four Clarets wer« bought by W & A\ 1/ 12/ ••• Gilbey on the estates of the Medoc. Although] A/ <-» .1 _T -R-t nm I quoted at such moderate prices they are of t 1 ;0 IEI Castle S CLARET 1 remarkable quality and value, and are as F 1/3 lo/ pure and wholesome as the choicest Clarets > Pactlf P1 rt ARTTT 1 produced. They are suitable either for use 1 1 ft 1Q/ V*a.Stlc U U LA"" • • • I at meals, diluted with water, or for general • V. 1 consumption, and have been upwards o?a year } Castle D CLARET in bottle. *2/ 24/ Bottlei charged 11 per dozen, which is allowed when returned, W & A Gilbey have accumulated on their estate of Chateau Loudenne, in addition to the produce of the estate, from 8,000 to 10,000 hogsheads of Claret, representing all the various growths of the Medoc district. Chateau Loudenne offers the exceptional advantage of direct communication between the most favored wine-producing districts of France and th; s country, being situated in the neighbourhood of some of the finest vineyards of the Medoc, on the river Gironde, and between Bordeaux and the sea, so that wines can be shipped almost direct from the various estates without having first to incur the expenses of transport up to Bordeaux, and the charges incidental to landing, storing, and re-shipping from thence. The stores erected at Loudenne by W & A Gilbey, with the adjoining buildings, are among the most striking objects on the Gironde, and are of a magnitude and completeness not hitherto attempted in any wine-producing country while by the above arrangements W & A Gilbey have placed the English consumer in a better position than even the inhabitants of Paris, or any of the larger towns of France, for procuring pure, genuine, and moderate-priced Clarets. SPARKLING BRUT-SAUMUR CHAMPAGNE FROM FRANCE-FIRST QUALITY FIRST SHIPMENT RECEIVED IN MARCH, 1879 It meets for invalids a want that has long been felt by the medical profession, but which perhaps previously has not been within general grasp, viz., that of a. light, pure, sparkling, and moderately stimulating beverage at a reasonable price. The man in perfect health may drink which he likes best, without fear of the small quantity of sugar in the ordinary wine; but if he prefers a drier wine, here it is. We will only add that the importers of this Sparkling Brut-Saumur are the same wine merchants who originally introduced the ordinary Sparkling Saumur Wines into England, va-Messr*. W & A Gilbey, of the Pantheon, Oxford Street."—Medual Times 4- Gazette, March 29,1879. BRAND ON CORK IN CASES n ■ nvi £ > Per Dozen Per Dozen RDMT Castle »BRUT-SATTMUR»-A pure, light, and moderately j stimulating Sparkling Wine, entirely free from added saccharine J QQf J l8/Q SAUMUR since the completion of fermentation, and especially suited for L 1/ invaiids from its peculiar dryness and tonic qualities. 1 SPARKLING SAUMUR CHAMPAGNES The introduction by W & A Gilbey of these I Champagnes from the vineyards of Saumur, long j Castle SAUMUR SUverFoU I known for producing gemnne wine m abn^ncs, f 25/ 14'8 v w w J has owing to the favorable opinion of the Medical > r* 1.1 PHTTn/rTTn^.ir-, ) Profession as to their excellent quality, and W & A L QQI 17/ Castle SAUMUR Gald Foil f Gilbey's arrangements for offering them at very 1 V low prices, led to an almost unprecedented demand* J IluDple Bottlw or my qwntity bearing W A Gilbey. 6692 snd Labels cau be obtained from Unit AGENT— FREDERICK PHILLIPS, Grocer, Commercial Street, PONTYPOOL THOMAS CORNER, Auctioneer & Appraiser, 42, COMMERCIAL STREET. NEWPORT. RENTS COLLECTED. Experienced Bailiffs employed for the Recc ery of Rents, Bills of Sale, &c. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. KING'S HEAD HOTEL, CRANE-ST., PONTYPOOL. HENRY GALE BEGS to inform the Public that he hi TAKEN the above HOTEL, the ALTERATIONS in which are now COMPLETED. Bottled and Draught Ales WINES, SPIRITS, LIQUEURS, &c. WELL-AIRED BEDS. CIGARS! AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES, AT H. FOX'S, Commercial St., Pontypool. Try HENRY Fox's « CLUB CIGARS." Samples 2d. 3d. and 4d. each. H FOX'S NUTRITIVE & SEDATIVE CREAM « is warranted to allay itching, irritation of the skin, remove scruff, and materially add to the growth of the hair. Sold in bottles, at Is. and Is. 6d. each, by the Maker, Commercial Street, Pontypool. NOTICE. COTTAGE COMPOSITES MAY NOW BE HAD At 15 per cent. Reduction in Price, AT THE ONLY MANUFACTORY IN SOUTH WALES JOHN HAVARD, Rockfield House, Pontypool. GuaranteedFirst-class Illuminating Power. ENJOY lOUR MEALS WITH FURLOW'S New Arrowroot Cake FURLOW'S New Rice Cake FURLOW'S New Kinloc Cake FURLOW'S Rich Pastry FURLOW'S Savoury Pies FURLOW'S Pound Cake; and FURLOW'S Wholesome Bread CRITERION, CRANE ST., PONTYPOOL. JAMES ELLIS, OF WEST PLACE, PONTYPOOL, MOST respectfully begs leave to inform his friends -u-L and the public generally, that he has TAKEN THE SHOP LATELY OCCUPIED BY Mr T. PROSSER, next door to Messrs. Davies & Sandbrook, CRANE STREET, for the purpose of Selling GOOD AND GENUINE BREAD, AT THE SMALLEST LIVE-AND-LET-LITE PROFITS ALSO, CONFECTIONERY AND GROCERY IN LIKE MANNER; and he will feel thankful for any patronage with which he may be favoured. Tea, Coffee, and other Refreshments prodded at the shortest notice. Comfortable Rooms and well-aired Beds for respect- able persons recommended by friends. September 3rd, 1879. The IMPERIAL HOUSEHOLD ALES PALE ALES, AND STOUT. IMPERIAL HEREFORD BREWERY. These well-known HOUSEHOLD ALES are unrivalled for purity, delicacy of flavour, and excellence of quality and value combined. Mild Ales: IOd., 18., Is. 2d., and I r,. 4d. per gallon. Pa 1A AIA /CPV A light, tonic, bitter, of pleasant drie I B'flt/ flavour. Is.per gallon; firkins, 9s kilderkins, 18s. Crystal Pale Ale: 10s. 6d.; kilderkins, 21s, Golden Mild Ale: Export Mild Ale: 12s.; kilderkins, 24s. Watkins's Hereford Stout (X.S.): Nutritious. The favourite brand firkins. (9 gallons) 12s; kilderkins,(18 gallons) 24s. Delivered Carriage Free, in the West of England, in 9, 18,36, and 54 gallon casks, direct from the Brewery, or through the District Agents. Each Cask bears the Brewery Label Trade Mark-An EAGLE, and name, 11 WATKINS, HEREFORD.' WM. PEGLER, JUN., PONTYPOOL, Appointed SOLE AGENT in Pontypool for these cele- brated Ales and Stout. Brewery prices, with liberal cash discount. The Pale and Mild Ales, at Is per gallon, are generally acknowledged to be the best in the Market.-Full Price List on application. F DUBLIN EXTRA STOUT, 3s per dozen. MUUrs 1 J^ujCiAOiLiN i ^xrAirriJj, PONTYPOOL. AN EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD IN THE ABOVE CHAPEL ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 1879. PRESIDENT— MR. D. JONES, PONTYMOILE. ÅDJUDICATORS Music—MR. D. BOWEN, (ALAW EBBW). RECITATIONS-MR. T. B. SMITH. ACCOMPANISTS— MISS DAVIES AND MR. ASHMAN. The Choirs (numbering about 350 voices) that have entered for the First Prize have agreed to sing unitedly before the Adjudication is given, under the leadership of Ala% ibbw. In the Evening, a CONCEi v vill be given by the MOUNT PLEASANT CHOI-which the success- ful Competitors in the Quartet, Duet, and Songs, will take pa. V- I Eisteddfod to commence at 1.30 p..n., Concert at 8. PRICES OF ADMISSION— Eisteddfod, Is. to all parts, Children under 12, Half- price; Concert, Body of Chapel, ir,. Gallery, 6d.; Children, under 12, Half-price to Is. Seats only. Panteg & Llauvrechva Permanent Building Society. SHARES from 2s. a month upwards. Deposits received at 5 per cent, interest. Money ready to advance on mortgage. Shares may be taken, de- posits made, and further information obtained, at the regular subscription meetings, between the hours of 7.30 and 8.30 p.m., on the first Tuesday in the month, at the Town Hall, Pontypool, and Me- chanics' Institute, Griffithstown; or daily at the following addresses:—W. G. DOWDEN, Blaenavon Iron Works, Blaenavon; G. W. JONES, Agent, Cwmbran; and B. H. MADGE, Secretary, Panter Steel Works, Panteg. W KIX « T 0 X ARMS, (LATE RAILWAY INN,) PONTYPOOL. Close to the Momnouthshire Railway Station. E. BEACHAM, IN thanking his numerous frends and supporters for their liberal patronage in the past, solicits a con- tinuance of their future support in his NEW ESTABLISHMENT. BURTON, PALE, AND OTHER ALES. LONDON AND IRISH STOUT, In Bottles and on Draught. COMMERCIAL ST., PONTYPOOL. ESTABLISHED 1825. (Formerly occupied by Mr James Weare, and Mr Jafc Brown.) G. GORRELL, Saddler, Gig, Carriage, and Cart Harness Manufacturer, BEGS to solicit a continuance of the liberal support he has many years been favoured with, and to assure the Public generally that no effort shall be wanting on his part to maintain the Hiah Reputation for Hunting Saddles, 8f all kinds of Horse Clothing for Summer £ Winter Wear. PORTMANTEAUS & LADIES' BAGS.-LONDON WHIPS, BITS, & SPURS. LEATHER MIL LB ANUS FOR ALL KINDS OF 3IACHINEIIY, on the Shortest Notice. Experienced Workmen sent to any part of the Country. All Harness made on the Premises, and at Reduced Prices. THE NEW Tinted Note Paper, Sky-Blue Shade, Silurian Shade, Nut-Brown Shade, Favorite Neutral Tint. Price 18. a packet of 5 quires. Square Court-shaped ENVELOPES to match, 3d a packet. Samples sent free by post, on receipt of Id. stamp. HUGHES & SON, PRINTERS AND MANUFACTURING STATIONERS, PONTYPOOL. THE FOLLOWING NEW BOOKS, Most of which have been RECENTLY PUBLISHED, Are NOW ON SALE By HUGHES & SON, STATIONERS, PONTYPOOL. Less Discount for Cash. The Elocutionist: A Collection of Pieces in Prose s d and Verse preceded by an Introduction on the principles of Elocution. By the Rev G, S. Knowles. 3 6 The Flowers and Fruits of Sacred Song, and Evangelistic Hymns. Edited by V. G. Charlesworth and J. M. Smith. Prefatory Note by C. H. Spurgeon 2 0 Family Readings on the Gospel according to St. John, consisting of short consecutive por- tions, comprising the whole Gospel, with a simple Exposition. By the Rev F. Bour- dillon, M.A. 4 0 The Orations of J. B. Gough. Revised by Him- self 1 6 Sir Rowland Hill, K.C.B.: A Biographical and Historical Sketch. By E. Edwards 1 0 Short and Simple Prayers, with Hymns, for the use of Children. By the author of 11 Scrip- ture Histories for Children," &c. 1 0 Locomotive Engine Driving A Practical Manual for Engineers in Charge of Locomotive En- gines. By Michael Reynolds 4 6 The Model Locomotive Engineer, Fireman, and Engine-boy. Comprising a Historical Notice of the Pioneer Locomotive Engines & their inventors, &c. By Michael Reynolds 4 6 The Churchman's Daily Remembrancer, with Poetical Selections for all the Lessons of the Christian Year, Kalendar, Table of Lessons, &c. Bound in morocco leather. 4 3 The New Handbook of Elocution, with Bulcs for Audible and Correct Pronunciation in Reading and Spelling. By W. Baynhm.. 3 6 Things Touching the King. A Scriptural Quo- tation for every day in the year 1 4 Life in Lodgings. By Tom JIood. With up- wards or IUU drawings by Fred Barnard 10 Manners & Tone of Good Society or, Solecisms to be Avoided. By a Member of the Aristo- cracy 2 6 Society Small Talk or, What to Say & When to Say It. By the author of Manners and Tone of Good Society." 2 6 Under the Surface. By Miss Frances Ridley Havergal. 5 0 trton (smalkrdition) 1 6 Morning lieiIs or, Waking TW-ghis for Little Ones. By Miss Havergal 0 9 Morning Star; or, Names of Christ for His Little Ones. By Miss Haveigal 0 9 The Ministry of Song. By Miss Havergal .1 6 Red Letter Days A Register of Anniversaries and Birthdays. By Miss Havergal 3 Q The Four Happy Days. By Miss Havergal 1 0 Kept for the Master's Use. By Miss Havergal l 0 Masterman Ready; or, the Wreck of the Pacific. By Captain Marryat 1 0 Female Christian Names and their Teachings: A Gift Book for Girls. By M. E. Bromfield 1 0 The Epistle of Paul to Philemon Exposition for English Readers. By the Rev A. H. Drysdale, M.A. 2 6 Pictures from Bible Lands, drawn with pen and pencil. Edited by S. G. Green, D.D. The Illustrations by Eminent Artists; princi- pally from Photographs 8 0 The Earnest Churchman An Exposition of Church Principles, &c. By the Rt Rev A. Oxenden, D.D. 2 6 Worthies of Science: A Collection of Biogra- phies of Scientific Men. By J. Stougbton, D.D 4 0 Mrs Brown on Co-operative Stores. By Arthur Sketchley 1 0 Ancient and Modern Magic, with Explanations of some of the best known Tricks performed by Maskelyne and Cooke. By Aprey Yere 1 0 The Fathers for English Readers The Vener- able Bede. By the Rev G. F. Browne, M.A. 2 0 "V'v'V' Fine Art Portfolios-Four Varieties. SPRING in Picture, Song, and Story. Three s d splendid engravings, 11 in. x 15 in., and chromo-lithograph, 15 in. x 22 in. 1 0 SUMMER in Picture, Song, and Story. Three splendid engravings, 11 in. x 15 in., and chromo-lithograph, 15 in. x 22 in. 1 0 AUTUMN in Picture, Song, and Story. Two splendid engravings, 11 in. x 11 in., and chromo-lithograph, 15 in. x 22 in. 1 0 WINTER in Picture, Song, and Story. Two splendid engravings, 11 in. x 15 in and chromo-lithograph, 15 in. x 22 in. 1 0 BIBLES for SCHOOL REWARDS, &c. IN PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL BINDINGS. Teachers' Bibles, different sizes and bindings, from 3/6. Hymn Books-Church Services—Prayer Books- Birthday and other Text Books. 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