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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 the country a day or two before, and to write the route on tilt envelope distinct from the address. AMERICA-UNITED STATES. Letters Registered bozo newspapers. Sapt. 16 18 20 22; 25; 27 29. 21d. Id. 4oz. CANADA. Every Thursday 2>d. la. „ AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND. Sept 14. Queensland, Victoria, New S. Wales, Tasmania (via Brindisi) 8d. 2d. „ 20 Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tas- mania^ ia Southampton) 6d. ld. „ „ Queensland, New South Wales. New Zealand (via S.amptcnfy Melbourne) 6d.Id. „ „ New South Wales, New Zealand, Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, Tasmania via San Fran- oi-sco) 6d. Id. 28. Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia, Tas- mania (via Brindisi) 8d. 2d. „ „ Queensland, New South Wales, New Zealand(via Brindisi and Melbourne 8<L 2d. » 28 Queensland (via S.ampton) 6d Id. „ n Victoria, New South Wales, and Tasmania (viaBris- bane atid Suuthaitiptoi;) 6d Id, „ DAILY MAILS FROM PONTYPOOL. For London & all parts.. 11.0 a.m., 4.30 p.m., 7.0 p.m With Additional Stamp. 11JL0 a.m.. 4.40 p.m., 7.30 p.m. MONEY ORDERS, 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. TRAINS. From Crane-street Station, M. R. & 0. Co. To Blaenavon, at— | Sunday 0.45 12.45 I 3.45 I 6 85 | 0.0 | 10.0 | 8.45! An extra train on Saturday only at 8.15 to Abersycnan. To Newport, at I Sunday 7.48 11.28 | 2.8 | 4.55 | 7.40 | 8.8 | 5.10 An extra train on Saturday only at 8.55. An extra train on Saturday only from Newport at 1.50, ar- j rive at Pontypool 2.20and stop. From Pontypool Town Station, Trosnant. G.W.R. Co. To Crumlin, at— • I Sunday 9.3 I 2 t | 6.43 | 8.8 | 6.18 To Pontypool Road, at— I „„ 10.26 | 2.0 5 51 | 11-8 | 9J22 From Pontypool Road. To Hereford at— .,1 » c 7.85 10.50 2.20 | 8.40 | 6.5 j 9.45 J 6.5 An extra train to Abergavenny at 11.10 a.m. To Monmouth, at— „ 7,45 | 11.15 | 2.25 | 6.10 To Newport, at— i «,45{u.l5|l2.l5jl.50!s.45|6.25|6.15|8.40[9.18 | 11.18 I 0.28 STEAMER TO BRISTOL FROM NEWPORT. Sept. 7, 4.0 afternoon Sept. 10 fl.O morning 6^1 morning Sept. 12, 7.15 morning Sept. 14, 8.80 morning tO NEWPORT FROM BRISTOL. Sept 8,6.0 afternoon Sept. 10, 6.45 afternoon. Sept. 11, 7 SO afternoon j Sept. 13, 0.30 morn; Sept. 15, 10.45 morn, e- The Publisher will not hold him self responsible for any inaccuracies in these tables. The only DIRECT Line of Steamers to PHILADEL- PHIA is the AMERICAN LINE UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA EVERY "WEDNESDAY, JMmifySr Calling atQuEENSTOWN every THURSDAY IWP* First-class, full-powered Iron Steam- ships are appointed to Sail •Sicii/r Sept. 12 »LORJ> Clivb (V3t. 3 PENNSYLVANIA.. Sept. 19 OHIO Oct, 10 3- ILLINOIS (Sept, 26 INDIANA Oct, 17 ■AMa.fasmuigers carri<«f on voyage marked thissa The only TRANS-A TLANTItf XlKli 'aaiHng uSide* the UNITED STATES FLAG, and carrying the American Rafts for saving life, besides the usual complement of Lifeboats and an extra number of Life Preservers. The accommodation for all classes of passengers is equal to any ot the European Steamship Lines, Every Steamer carries a Surgeon and Stewardess. Passengers and goods are landed at Philadelphia on the Wharf of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, which has the shortest and most direct route to. all places in the Western States.. Passengers by this Line can pass direct into the Rail- road Cars without leaving the Landing Wharf, and under the same roof, there are REFRESHMENT ROOM, United States Letter Box, Telegraph Office, Exchange Office, and Baggage Express Office. CABIN PASSAGE, 15 to 21 Guineas. Return Tickets, at reduced rates. STEERAGE PASSAGE as low as by any other FAST line, including an ample supply of Provisions. Steerage Passengers are forwarded to New York or Bos on wi —9X: »? £ u ts°°? General Agents, 307, Walnut-street; m Queenstown, to N. & J. Cummins & Brothers; and in Liverpool, to RICHARDSON, SPENCE, & CO., 17 and 19, Water-street J. MORGAN, Post Office, Pontypool. THOS. H. THOMAS, Bigh-st., Tenby. JNO. THOMAS, Church-st., Tredegar ALLAN LINE SHORTEST OCEAN PASSAGE TO AMERICA. COMPOSED OF TWENTY FIRST-CLASS ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. SAILING DAYS-from LIVERPOOL,everyTUES- D AY and THURSDAY to CAN AD A, and every AL- TERNATE TUESDAY to HALIFAX and BALTI- MORE. forwarding Passengers on easy terms to all parts of CANADA and the UNITED STATES. Surgeon and Stewardesses provided free for all classes of passengers, „ Passengers who secure their Tickets before leaving home are met at the Railway Station in Liverpool by an appointed Agent of the Company, who takes charge of them until they go on board the steamer. THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT grants ASSISTED PAS- SAGES by tlte ALLAN LINE. For Rates of Freight or Passage, apply to ALLAN BROTHERS and Co., Alexandra Buildings, James-street, Liverpool; or to J. B. MORGAN, Post Office, Pontypool. QUEENSLAND EMIGRATION, SAILING FROM GREA T BRITAIN. The next ship, the Scottish Hero, will fail from London for Rockbampton, Queensland, on the 12th of Septem- ber next. Female Domestic Servants free. Apply to local agent: J. R. MORGAN, Post Office, Pontypool: or THE AGENT GENERAL FOR QUEENSLAND, 52, Obaring Cross, London, 8.W. Ned Past and Preseni- A Present for the Absent. M- Price 3s., And may be had at the B'E. PRESS PRINTING OFFICE, or of the BOOKSELLERS, LOCAL REGISTER; OB, h:t}mrl:t}Ðll nJ FAITTPWL CONTAINING PONTYPOOL AND THE PANBURY FAMILY (WITH PEDIGREE;) HISTORY OF THE GREAT STRIKE AND LOCK-OUT OF 1876; A&D ALL THE INFORMATION KNOWN RELATIVE TO THE TOWN AND DISTRICT. PANTEG & LLANFRECHFA PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. GBIFFITHBTOWN, PONTYPOOL. TRUSTEES. (For the purposes authorized by the Act of Parliament, 37 and 38 Viet., c. 42, 8. 25 and 28.) Sampson Copestake, Esq. I John S. Cousins, Esq., M.D. Edward James Phillips, Esq. William Collins, Esq. Wm. H. Osborne-Taylor, Esq. Alfred A. Williams, Esq. DIRECTORS. Dr. Cousins, Cwmbran House, Chairman of Directors. A. A. Williams, Esq., Maesderwyn, Vice-Chairman. Mr Jabez Jacob, Cwmbran Mr T'IOS. Edwards, Pontypool Mr Frederick R. Phillips Mr J. R. Wright, Panteg Mr W. Smith, Griffithstown Mr J. Brown, Grimthslown Mr D. Davies, Stafford House Mr W. J. Rees, Swansea Mr Isaac Butler, Panteg Sampson Copestake, Esq Mr H. Feather, Coedygric Mr Geo. Gorrell, Pontypool Mr J. Goodecough, Panteg Wm. H. Osborne-Taylor, Esq Mr C. Lawrence, Pontymoil William Collins, Esq Mr P. Chapman,Pontnewynydd Mr W.H. Rower, Fontymoile Mr W. H. Pratt, Lianvrechva Mr W, Jacob, Griffithstown BANKERS. The West of England and South Walec. District Banking Co. SOLICITORS. Messrs E. B. Edwards & Son, Solicitors, Pontypool. SURVEVORS. Mr Ernest Deacon, Pontypool. Mr Roberts, Swansea. SECRETARY, Mr B. H. Madge, Panteg Steel Works. TREASURER. Mr William Collins, Pontypool. THIS Society is established to enable members to borrow money repayable by monthly instalments, to purchase or build houses, redeem mortgages, &o.; or to accumulate monthly subscriptions at compound inte- lest. Profits to be divided among advanced as well as un- advanced shareholders. Subscriptions on unadvanced shares, 8s per month. Half and quarter shares may be taken. Paid-up shares, which are repayable at three months' notice, either from the members or the Society, are issued, bearing interest at the rate of 5 per ceut. per annum, receivable half. yettrl^[0NEY NOW READY TO ADVANCE. For further information, rules, &c., apply to the SECRETARY or the following Agents: Mr W. P. THOMAS, Bridge Shop, Pontnewydd. Mr JAMES BROWN, 54, King-street, Bluenafon. BRIDGWATER SECOND EQUITABLE PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. Established 1852. TRUSTEES. JOHN PRIOR, Esq., Banker, Bridgwater. JOSEPH RUSCOMBE POOLE, Esq., Solicitor, Bridgwater. Head Office THB MART, Bridgwater. Shares, F,50 each. Advances from X100 to £6000. made upon Property, either to purchase or to pay off existing Mortgage Loans, repayable by quarterly payments. The Shares in this Society attain maturity in about 13 years; but in most other Societies, with a higher scale of payment, 14 years are required to realize their shares. The rates of payment are particularly advan- tageous to Borrowing Members, °For prospectus and all further information, apply to Mr E. H. DAVIES, Agent, Crane-street, Pontypool. PFOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE."— ■I? See Deuteronomy, chap, xii., verse 23. WORLD FAMED I I I Trade Mark,—" Blood Mixture." THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORER SKIL, DISEASES, Eruptions, Blotches, Ulcerated O Sore Legs, Old Sores, Glandular Swellings, Can- eerous Ulcers, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Carbuncles, Ringworms, Scald Heads, Sore Eyes, Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humours and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name or nature, are literally carried y this world-famed Medicine. "ê THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS FROM ixr, PARTS IMPORTANT ADVICE TO ALL.TCleanse the JL vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions, or sores; cleanse it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it when it is foul, and your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Pro- prietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test Its value. /CLARKE'S WORLD-FAMED BLOOD MIXTURE ei is sold in Bottles, 2s 6d each, and in cases, contain- ing six times the quantity, lis each—sufficient to effect a permanent cure in the great majority of long-standing cases,—BY ALL CHEMISTS and PATENT MEDI- CINE VENDORS throughout the United Kingdom and the world, or sent to any address QX1 receipt of 3Q or 132 stamps by the Proprietor. F. J. CLAREE, Chemist, Apothecaries HaILLincoln. Wholesale All Patent Medicine Houses. LONDON DEPOT: 150 OXFORD STREET. Pontypoeli E. Stephens (late Haddock.) B. ord (late Conway.) R Uk I COUGHS! COUGHS! COUGHS and COLDS also Consumption, Bronchitis and other affections of the THROAT and LUNGS are quickly RELIEVED and permanently CURED by Brown's Herbal Remedies." All who suffer are requested to test the efficacy of these Medicines. Sample bottles are supplied free of charge by all Country Agents, or can be bad by post from tbe Proprietor. Address :-0, P. BROWN, 2, King-street, Covent Garden, London. Prof. Brown's "Treatise on Consumption,1 44 ppM ] free by post. Prof. Brown's Complete Herbalist," post free 5s.-The above can be had of the Agent for Pontypool, E. B. FÐRD, Chemist, George-street. PAPER HANGINGS. NEW PATTERNS. E. JONES, STATIONER, &o., George Street, Pontypool, HAS received A LARGE STOCK OF PAPER HANGINGS, which he now offers at very low prices. Commencing at per piece. CWItTB RAN PLEASURE GARDENS AND HOTEL. Close to the Pontnewydd Station on the Monmouthshire on I, and Great Western Railways, THIS Charming place of Summer Resort Is now OPEN FOR THE SEASON. THE ONLY PLACE TO SPEND A HAPPY DAY. Croque, Cricket, Quoits, Football, and other Amusements. Workmen's Outings, Schools, and Excursion Parties arranged for on Liberal Terms. .A Magnificent DISPLAY of Summer Bedding, and other t'lants, BOQUBTS AND CUT FLOWERS IN Any QUANTITY. -I A firBt-elase Pianist every evening, and the usual Quadrille Band every Thursday. Late Trains on the Great Weetern leave Pontnewydd for Newport at 8.60 p.m., and for Pontypool Road at 10.23 p.m. A OMISSION—SIXPENCE. RICHARD CLARK, P&OPBIBTOH. MONEY immediately advanced to any amount from £ 50 and upwards, upon any description of security, comprising real and personal estate, farming stock, re- versions, annuities, furniture (without removal), life polioiea, and other tangible personal security. No charges madai or commission taken, and the strictest secrosy will in all cases be observed. Interest as follows, vie.On freehold or leaseholds from 3 per cent, per annum, per- sonal seouiity from 4 per cent, per annum, other securi- ties at equally reasonable rates. Applicants are requested to applv in tne first instance by letter, containing full partisufars, in order to save unnecessary trouble, to FBHDBRICK HAWKIKS, Esq., 9, Great Russell-stree, Bloonwbury, London, W.C. ESTABLISHED 1850. THE PONTYPOOL GENERAL FURNISHING & BEDDING WAREHOUSE, Clarence-street, Pontypool, AND (BRANCH) 95, BROAD-STREET, BLAENAFON. JOHN BEVAN, Dealer in every description of HOUSEHOLP FUKNITUKE, PIANO- FORTES, HARUONICltS, HARDWARE, So., &o. Agent for the Singer aud Challenge Sewing Machines. GGF SINGER TREADLE MACHINES FOR f4 10s. -GOODS DELIVERED PER CART FREE. AGENTS REQUIRED IN EVERY TOWN AND VILLAGE THROUGHOUT THE UNITED KINGDOM TO REPRESENT THE GOVERNMENT SECURITY FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY (LIMITED), A Liberal Commission will be allowed, whereby energetic Agents may be enabled to secure a good addition to their income. Applications to be addressed to the Secretary, JOHN J. BXAKE. 164, Queen Victoria Street, London, E.G. PONTYPOOL UNION. Relieving Officer Wanted. THE Guardians of the Poor of the Pontypool Union will at their Meeting on THURSDAY, the 13th day of SEPTEMBER next, proceed to the appointment of a RELIEVING OFFICER for the Panteague District. The Salary will be zC75 per year. The person appointed must be fully competent to keep all the Books, Accounts, and perforin all the duties ap- pertaining to his office, relieve vagrants, and will be appointed an Enquiry Officer under the Education Act, at a Salary to be hereafter arranged. He will be re- quired to reside in Pontypool, and devote the whole of his time to the duties of his office, to commence on the 29th of SBPTEMBEK next. Security will be required in the sum of £100. Candidates are requested to send applications, in own handwriting, accompanied by testimonials, to me, on or before the 5th day of SEPTEMBER next. Selected Candidates will be written to, to. attend on the day of election. No canvassing the Guardians allowed. By order, EDMD. B. EDWARDS, Clerk. Town Hall, Pontypool, August 21st, 1877. PONTYPOOL UNION. CONTRA OTS FOR PROVISIONS, o. ALL persons desirous of Contracting with the Guardians of this Union, for the next three months, for BREAD, FLOUR, MEAT, GROCERY, CHEESE, BUTTER, MILK, RICE, SHOES, COAL, SOAP, CANDLES, SPLIT PEAS, OATMEAL, and I other Articles of Consumption, for the Workhouse of the said Union; and also for supplying the several Parishes in the said Union with BREAD and FLOUR, are requested to deliver Sealed Tenders at my Office, on or before the 12th day of SEPTEMBER instant, and send Samples to the Union Workhouse on THURSDAY Morning, the 13th day of SEPTEMBER instant, by Ten o'clock. The Board will receive Tenders for supply- ing the Pontypool, Abersychan, and Usk Districts with Bread and Flour, separately. It is competent for any person to Tender for any of the Articles separately, and the Board will not under- take to accept the lowest Tender. PoLtms or TENDERS MAY BB BAI) AT MY OFFICE, Security, under a penalty of Ten Pounds, will be re- guired for the performance of the Contract, that the Goods supplied are of the quality contractedfor. EDMUND B. EDWARDS, Clerk to the BoarcLof Guardians. To Hall, Pontypool, Toto 304 Septe r- 1' USK GRAMMAR SCHOOL: Head Jfaoter-BOBT. FARQUHAR McKERROW. THE HEAD MASTER has VACANCIES for a few BOARDERS.—Terms, from £ 45 per annum in- clusive. Special Preparation for the Universities, Public Schools, Commercial Life, and all the branches of the Civil Service. Mr McKERRow has had eighteen years' successful experience in these branches of education. SHEEP TACK. AT Kemeys Farm, near Pontrhydyrnn, there Is TACK FOR 100 SHEEP from the present time until February 2nd.-For Terms, apply to Mr DAVID JONES, Glyn Pits, near Pontypool. I Notice to Farmers, Graziers, &c. THE LATTERMATH upon;22 Aores (more or lees) of old meadow land, situate 2$miles from Ponty- pool Town, TO BB LET.—Apply for price, &a.. to tko RECTOR, Pantog Rectory, Pontypool. Sept. 6th, 1877. V. WTIK B. let Non. Artillery Volunteers (Panteg Battery). ATHLETIC SPORTS, WILL take place at CWMBRAN GARDENS on SATURDAY, September 8th. TilE ARTILLERY BAND WILL ATTEND. Admission, ed.; Enclosure, fid. extra Carriage, 2s, with 6d. for each occupant. For particulars, see bills. ANOTHER GREAT REDUCTION IN SEWING MACHINES! THE 1\ SINGER" TREADLE MACHINE may now JL be obtained for Y,4 10s, or on the weekly hiring system, at Bey an'a General Furnishing Warehouses, Clarence-street, Pontypool, Or Broad-street, Blaenafon. To those who Buffer from Irritation of the Scalp from Scurf, Dandriff, or loss of Hair H. FOX'S NUTRITIVE AjND SEDATIVE CREAM, is a certain remedy.-Sold ..by Messrs Roderick & Wood, I and by th^Mafcer, H. Fox, Commercial.^ Pontypool. j Wanted, A GOOD GtEOOM.—/pply to W. PEGLSR & Sow, PontypooL NOTICE. ALL Persons foond ia search of, or KILLING any GROUSE or other GAME upon the BLAEN-j DARE ESTATE, wiU be PROSECUTED as the Law directs. DAVID LLEWELLIN. Bryn Gomer, Pontypool, July, 1877.. West of England Loan Office. Established 1866. MONEY. NO sureties required. Cash advanced In earns of £ 10 and upwards to Farmers, Contractors, House- holders, Innkeepers, Tradesmen and others, on their own security, repayable by easy instalments. Distance no object. AGENTS poa PONTYPOOLS MESSES. PHILPOT & WINGFIELD, Auctioneers, Market House Chambers. I I THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. 1) S. LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINES. CAUTION. B EW ARE of Persons, who, having no good trade repute of their own, use our name, "SINGER," to palm off Counterfeit Machines of Inferior Con- struction and Manufacture. Every SINGER MA- CHINE has the Company's Name printed upon the Arm and impressed upon the brass Trade-mark Plate. To avoid deception, buy only at the Offices of the SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY (for- merly I. M. SINGER & Co.) Buy no Machine without the Co.'s Trade- Iffark-Plate upon the Arm. DEPOT FOR PONTYPOOL AND NEIGHBOURHOOD THE MARKET, Opposite Messrs DAVIES & SANDBBOOE. Letters to be addressed TO H. PLANCHET The Cross Pontypool. TO BE LET, WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION To Blacksmiths, and Others. ALL THAT Blacksmith's and Wheelwright's I T Shop, with Plant, SITUATE in Park-road, Pontypool, late in the pos- U session of John Prosser, Wheelwright and Black" smith.—For further particulars apply to A. MORGAN, Esq., Solicitor, Pontypool; or Messrs PHILPOT & WINGFIELD, Auctioneers, Market-house Chambers, Pontypool- To be Let, WITS IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, A FIRST-CLASS COMMERCIAL HOTEL, com- manding a first-class Trade, situated in a very populous district. Incoming moderate. For further pat ticulars apply to Messrs PHILPOT and WINGFIELD, Auctioneers, Pontypool. Auctioneers' Offices, Market House Chambers, Pontypool, August 30, 1877. C. LAWBENCE & SONS, Of the Clarence Wagon & Railway Wofrks, P^T^POOL, rjfS to^ thafr^Juc^Sbought the Premises, on4' IHe of the W lIEL WRIGHT .uQ)iuTJÍ'slIOP, Near the Bridge, si Fontypool, (formerly occupied by the Mr CHARLES JONES), where they are now carrying att tlieaame class of busi- ness as before, such as ^lioEING and all kinds of SMITHS' and AGRICULTURAL WORK. The Manufacture & Repairing of Railway Wagons Will still be carried on the Cla- rence Wagon Works, AL IRON AND"BRASS i^NPlNG, AND^BQILER .MAKING AN REPAIRING.. 4w Wagons supplied immediate Caal5%w} on the 3, 5, and 7 years' ^jtfs&kse Syste^V ? NOTICE Q%,REMO VAL. E. EVA SON31 Coach Builders^tWheslwrighta, BEG to inform the NoMltjt Gentry, and Public in general that they Rerooted from Llanover, near Abergavenny, to .p L'^modfcus Premises at Penperllenny, Goytiey, Q&? i'c-utypbol, where they hope, with strict attentioi^to all orders; intrusted to them, together with good jrtrkn'«n3hip nA best mate- rials, to merit a share of ty» pu' te patrr lage. .8, E. & Son also return thc- thanks for aU past favours, and remain, your ifc&sdt servants, r E. IP&NS & SON, Coach Bu8«irs, heelwrighte, &o., Penperllenny, pear Pontypool, Mon To iron and Coal Agriculturists, Owners of HOK», and Others. -.J. ALFKEDIIENT, Licensed Horse SLAUGME* er AND Manufacturer of Artijicw tfmures, HAYING taken to tf» premises, Tilbaoh Farm, Mamhilad, Pontypril, 'lata in the occupation of William Panniers, deceapdL will give the full value for worn-out and dead Horses^Jo^, &Q., and will fetch them away within a radii* of 12 ORDERS & TELEGHAJ&LTLOJI H LT ATTENDED TO. N.B.—The only Lic&Sed Horse Sfovghterer in Monmouthshu^umd South WIHS. ADDKESS-.>P- KENT, neir Pontypool. —; — The Oldest Wl^iesale and Retail Provision 6c S'J&f&fy Grocery Trade, CRJ^E-STWKM PONTYPOOL, ANBI-GMFEASTOWN.) ESTA^JPIEED 1787. PAN$Sr&70NES (L^UERBERTJ KETURN their sincef|^s to the Clergy, Gentry, and Public genergH for the very liberal support they have received sin^taking the business, and whilst they respectfully continuance of the same, they are determined that noth >ig shall be wanting on their part to give entire satis$etion. Every effort will be made to ensure good reality, moderate prices, and punctual attention to atf vw.rs. Good Strong Oo«j?ou at Is 8d per lb.. Fine oE. 2a 0d „ Superior 2s 6d The Best Mocha Coffee^i \per7Uing Lump, j.ystals, and Demarara Sugars, lK:r Some-cmcd Aacon,Cheddar, JEnglish, and Amwibm Cheese Salt and Fresh Butters; English, .Uncriccn, and French Flour; Beans, Oats, Bran, Barley Meal, Maize, Sharps, Mali, Peas, Oatmeal; ymrvzd Fish, Salmon, Lobster, Sardines Australia uunef uwi Mutton, in 2lb., ilb^ and Mb. Tins, at Lot/L. tt trim. Agents iorruntley&kl kc,,i s Bkcaits; Spratt's Patent DogBiscuits, 22s. per ixt. W^roestershire Fine Salt, Manure ditto N.B—D. & J. strongly ftootnmend theit 2e and 2« 6d J Teas, as b$n;-of riperior quality. LJLLHJRIL'11 BEWARE OF MMESS raillHllhll IMITATi M GF REOKITT'S PARIS BLUE The ia uN by Qo "M "!î:r':{ of THB Live-and-Let-Live Inn,Abersychan lo Innkeepers and Othere. MESSRS WAITE & SON HAVE been instruoted by Mr JOSEPH RAWLINGS to H SELL BY AUCTION, on the piemisps, as above, on MONDAY, September 17th, 1877, the whole of his HOUS USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE TRADE UTENSILS, Horse, Waggonette, Harness, AND OTHER EFFECTS, Comprising dining, pembroke, and other tabloe, arm and other chairs, mahogany and other wood and iron bed- steads, feather and millpuff beds, bedding, washstanda, dressing tables, ware, toilet glasses, carpets, electro tea and coffee service, stuffed birds in glass cases, paintings, pictures, pair of hours, accordians, concertinas, decanter, and other glass cruets, salting stone, pints, quarts, spitoons, benches and tables, lot of pipes, india- rubber piping, timber, hand trucks, tools, meat safes grate, bricks, flashes, and a quantity of other useful effects. Also, a brown horse, 15h. 2in., good in saddle or harness. Waggonette, with lamps, cushions, &c. complete, harness, saddle and bridle, chaff engine, oorn bin. stable tools, wheelbarrow, dog kennel, sacks, rails and hooks suitable for a butcher, double-barrelled breach and muzzle-loading guns, revolver; spaniel, good worker, &0. &o, Sale to commence at 12 (f clock, Freehold Land, Pontnewynydd, NEAR PONTYPOOL. Messrs. WAITE & SON HAVE been instructed by Mr JOHN WEAVER, JjL Sawyer (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises, as above, on MONDAY, September 10th, 1877, the whole of his NEAT AND USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. Mahogany cheffioniere, mahogany book-case (with glass doors) and stand mahogany centre, kitchen, and other tables; arm, leather, and cane-seated Ame- rican and Windsor chairs; couches; mahogany and painted chests drawers, iron bedsteads, palliasses, beds, bolsters, and pillows, washstands and dressing tables, chamber ware, toilet glasses, chimney glasses, capital brass-top and other tripods, Salter's spring balance (40-lbs.), preserving kettle, and the usual kitchen requisites. Also, a good carpenter's bench, sawyer's and car- penter's tools, garden tools, cow-ties, pikes and rakes, water casks, &c., &c. SALE TO COMMENCE AT ONE O'CLOCK. Clarence-street, Pontypool, August 22nd, 1877. NICHOLAS-STREET, PONTYPOOL. Messrs. WAITE & SON HAVE been instructed by Mr W. H. GREENB (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL by AUC- TION, on the premises, as above, on TUESDAY, Sep- tember 11th, 1877, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, the Household Furniture AND EFFECTS, Comprising chest of drawers, kitchen and other tables, iron and wood bedsteads, feather and millpuff beds, washstands and dressing tables, chamber ware, 8-day clock, Windsor, cane-seated, and arm chairs, pictures, fenders and fire-irons, kettles, pans, saucepans, crockery, and various other useful effects. NO RESERVE. JOLLY COLLIERS, HIGS ST.. PONTYPOOL. Messrs. WAITE & SON HAVE been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, on tbe Prefoi&es. as Above, oa THURSDAY, September tho Lain, I II'I I I' ■ »' nli'mfc ;■ <Imrtl quantity of t NBAT AND USEFUL HOUSEHOLD £ R Furniture & other Effects, The Property of a person giving up Imikeeping, retthved for convenience of Sale, Comprising hair-seated sofa, mahogany and other tables, iron and wood bedsteads, beds, palliasses, case clocks, toilet glasses, wash stands. hair-seated Windsor and other chairs, knives, forks, crockery, &c., &c.; also a capital PONY, trap and harness, cart and harness, and a cheese press. PRELIMINABX MESSRS. WAITE AND SON HAVE been instructed to SELL BY AUCTION at the Market House, Pontypool, on THURSDAY, September 20th, 1877, at Two o clock in the Afteraoon, a large quantity of excellent Hyacinth, Tulip, and Crocus Bulbs, imported by a firm of Dutch Merobanto, j and consigned by them for absoluse sale. FURTHER PARTICULARS NEXT WEEK. CEFNDRYNOG FARM, Near Llangibby, Messrs PHILPOT & WINGFIELD HAVE been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr William Davies, de- ceased, to SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, the 13th day of September, 1877, at the above Farm, THE WHOLB OF TBB Live and Dead Stock, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., The STOCK, &c., comprises 4 milking cows and 3 calves, 12 ewes, 16 lambs, 2 capital cart horses, pony and colt, wagon, 1 sow and pigs, 2 store pigs, narrow-wheel cart, 2 winnowing machines, 3 ploughs, houtine plough, 2 pairs of harrows, scuffler, harness, market trap, loU rake, Cambridge roller, hanwa, grindstone, sheep rack, mangers, stone troughs, &c. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c.-4 feather beds, half- tester bedsteads, washstands and dressing tables, chamber ware, bed linen, bedroom chairs, night com- mode, couch, weather glass, dresser and shelves, deal tables, Windsor and other chairs, single-barrel gun chest of drawers, chimney glasses, ornaments, glass, earthenware, dairy utensils, 4 sides of home-cured bacon, cider hogsheads, vetches and clover seed, a QUANTITY OF CIDER. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 O'CLOCK. Auctioneers' Offices: Market-house Chambers, Pontypool, August 29th. PONTNEWYNYDIX Leasehold Dwelling-Houses, Gardens, and Premises. Messrs Philpot & Wingfield ARE instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the « HORSE SHOE" INN, Pontnewynydd, on THURS- DAY, the 13th day of September, 1877, at 5 o'clock in the Evening, subject to the conditions of Sale to be then produced, ALL THOSE TWO CONVENIENT DWELLING-HOUSES, With the fenced-in Gardens and Premises, in the re- spective occupations of William Thomas and John Morgan, producing a gross annual rental of £19 2s., and will afford additional space for the erection of two additional houses. The Property is holden under Lease for an unexpired term of 56 years, at an annual ground rent of £ 3.. Further particulars may be °^AWF* AT the Offices of the AUCTIONEERS, or from Mr ARTHUR MORGAN, Solicitor, Pontypool. Auctioneers' Offices, Market House Chambers, Ppntypool, August 30, 1877. Cricketing Goods, Fishing Tackle & ROHEB.Y, CROQUET, BADMINTON, and all A out-door games may be obtained at H. Fox's, Hair-dresaer and Wholesale and Retail Tobaooomst, Commercial-street, Pontypool. Tickets for Fishing in the UAK. CAUTION.— ME&SRS. RECKITT & SONS beg to caution the public against imitation square Blue of very inferior quality. The Paris Blue in squares (used in the Prince of Wales' Laundry') is sold in wrapper, beasiug the name and Trade Mark. To Qrocors, Shopkeepers, Housekeepers, eft other*. nIGH STREET, PONTYPOOL. Messrs. WAITE AND SON HAVE been instructed by Mr. THOMAS JONES, who J[]L is leaving the neighourhood, to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUBUDAY, September 18th, 1877, at Twelve o'clock, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK-IN-TRADE, GROCERS' FITTINGS, PORTION OP THE Household Furniture, AND OTHER EFFECTS, Comprising tea, sugar, etarch, rice, coffee, coooa, salt, oandles, mustard, pepper, brashes, and a large assort- ment of general grocery and provisions. GROCBHS' FITTINGS.- Comprising tea, flour, provi- sion, and potato scales and weights, weighing machines, flour bins, store and tea oanisters, ieft, sugar, fruit, and butter paper and bags, sugar, too., and ooffee mills, treacle cistern and scales, &c., &o. Also, a Capital Bay Pony, Whitechapol trap and harness, (nearly new), chaff machine, paok saddle, fowls, chiokens, and cubs, stable tools, &a., &c^ and a few useful articles of Household Furniture. Clazenoe Street, Pontypool, September 6th, 1877.

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