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DAVIS BROS, AGENTS FOR ) CELEBRATED ALES AND STOUTS IN CASK. CASH PRICE LIST. INDIA PALE AND BITTER ALES. .A. LIGHT BITTER ALE PER GAL. OS. 10D. K. BITTER ALE „ is. or. r xr Is. 2D. 1 a ATt .A. PALE ALE „ Js. 4B. .P.A.I INDIA PALE ALE „ is. 6D. MILD ALES. F.A. FRESH ALE PER GAL. OS. 10D. XX MILD ALE „ IS. ODe WY Is. 2D. AAA 55 35 la 4 T-» xxxx „ „ » ;l' ™ f XXXX EXTRA STRONG „ ls- bD- STOUTS. 1 P. [PORTER Per GAL Is. ODe S. ISTOUTS » is. 2.. D.S. DOUBLE STOUT „ IS. 4D. 1\, WHITBREAD'S LONDON ALES AND STOUT IN BOTTLE SCREW STOPPERED. D. S. DAVIES, BREWER AND MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURER, ABERSYCHAN. GUINNESS' STOUT AND BASS' ALE (IN BOTTLES), AGENT FOR DAVIS AND STRANGMAN'S STOUT AND SALT'S BURTON ALES. SOLE AGENT FOR THE ORIGINAL KENTORA HOP BITTERS. The following opinion was expressed by Mr. WILLIAM MORGAN, County Analyst, with regard M a sample of water taken from a Spring owned by D. S. DAVIBS In my opinion this water is of VERY GOOD quality, and well adapted for drinking & dietetic purposes.—W. MORGAN. I beg, to call your attention to the fact that I am now filling the" LONDON- MADE" SYPHON BOTTLE with all kinds of Mineral Waters of the First Quality. The LONDON-MADE SYPHON BOTTLE is fitted with a new patent check valve which prevents any escape, and retainsrthe quality of the waters to the last drop, and they be fBlind a gre*.t *equi»itipn for private families an* the sick room GREAT WESTERN COFFEE TAVERN (Adjoining the Crane Straet Railway Station), PONTYPOOL. THE BEST PLACE IN PONTYPOOL FOR BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, TEAS, AND SUPPERS, Of the Best Quality, at the Most MODERATE OF CHARGES. HOT AND COLD LUNCHEONS, r.. COFFEE, TEA, COCOA, and CHOCOLATE at any time- BfljrRIL. LIME JUICE, and other CORDIALS and SYRUPS, HOP BITTERS, jLEMONADE, Huntley and Palmer's Celebrated BISCUITS, CONFECTIONERY of all Kinds, including? CHOCOLATES Loose and in Fancy! Boxes, and] the best 4tinds of SWEETMEATS. CIGARS and CIGARETTES of 'the Best Brands. .¡r. — —V PRIVATE ROOMS FOR PARTIES ;AND^AMIL!ES. E.$0$B0RNE, Proprietor. AMERICAN LINE. SAUTHAMPTON—NEW YORK SERVICE, I UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK DIRECT f Every SATURDAY. WfitrWt; Class of accommodation for Saloon, Second ;&- Cabin and Steerage Passengers. POOIL -PHILADELPHIA-' ISERVICE. Every WEDNESDAY, VOOL TO PHILADELPHIA %t Queenstown every Thursday. *wX3k>ods are landea at Philadelphia *^he Pennsylvania Railroad, which t and most Direct Route to all "in the Western States. In, Spence, & Co., Southampton ,1; or to Local Agents: Moon. Pontypool; V. Railway Station, Cwmbran; .meter, Abersychan; ag-street, Blaenavon; Jfice, Crtunlin; eer Stores, Risca sagent, &c., Blaina ftwrcial-road, Tredegar, iswport, Mon. TLINE 'EAMERS TO TES & n Government for "lan Mails.) "OOL. lontreal.Sept. 28 r •ntreal.Oci. 5 real,, 12 19 26 2 jfas- ,erred ex- (" Rovat uitt htHAMERS FKOM LIVERPOOL 0YAL c^SN^^OUEENSTOWN. FOR NKW \ORK UMBEIA Sat., Oct 2l< LUCANIA Sat., Oct! 28 i ETRURfA Sat., Nov. FOR BOSTON P A VONI A.. Thur., Oct 19 CEPHALONIA, Th., Nov2 CATALONIA, Thnr, Nov9 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares for FIRST and SECOND to CHINA, JAPAN, NEW Zt11114 AUSTRALIA. Steerage ssenrers to pflrts of America and Canada at low rates those Boston steamers booked to New York without extra charge. TUB OUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED, 8, Water Street, Liverpool; OR TO AGENT, i MORGAN, f08* Office. Pontypool. T. BEYAN, Blaenavon CO-OUIN. [REGISTERED. COCA i,.NL) QUININE BITTERS P E R F E'c T T .6'N c E N 1 N E' A PP E-, S E R ANLL) .?RC)PRI-LTORS I k -WILLINNI ELI I F r OF ALL GROCERS, wINE DEALERS, &c. Awarded First PRIZE MEDAL, Adelaide Jubilee Exhibition, 1887 omd Sydney Centenary Exhibition, 1888. TO PICTURP FRAME MAKERS AND DECORATORS pHEAPEST House in London for English asid Poreil„ V picture Frame and Room Mouldings; all the nS designs- Two million 'eet always in «tock. Veneered Fane* WoodMouldings, Ac.; Picture.Frames of every dea«ir)tion. 01eog»pb"» «o. Farther reduction i» prioes. Wholesale Carver and Gilder. Every requisite for the trade and exportation. Special attention to Country Orders■ Pull particulars in New Pattern Book and Catalogues (85 pages 4to Demy, revised for 1891) for three penny stamps.—H. MORSLL, 17 aad l«. Great t. Andrew Street, Bloomsbury, rmdon.-stook •its and Prioes of (ilaga teoutblyv tree on application. 17 an* I :FF'S STARCH aFF'S STARCH "F'S STARCH .-FIB STARCH -9 STARCH S STARCH '1"8 STARCH SSTARCH STARCH CARCH TARCH 4 Ut, NOTICE. STIFF'S STARCH is sold in «b., lib., lib and ilb. fancy Boxes also in Paper Packets containing about 51bs. each. Everv Box or Packet bears the Trade Mark. "Queen Bess. This Trade Mark has been reg- istered, and is » guarantee that the contents of the Box or Packet are genuine. A good deal of Starch is sold loose—that is, merely wrapped in paper or enclosed in paper bags. Starch supplied in thi*. way may be a cheap and very if inferior article, possibly of for- eign manufacture, and of little use for laundry purposes. Con- sumers, therefore, when pu £ chasing Stiffs Starch, should get it in a Box or Packet, and note the Trade Mark printed in Bed Ink on outside. STIFir a CO- „ 28,, BBDCLIFF STBBJBX. BRISTOL, Pontypool Permanent BUILDING SOCIETY, PONTYPOOL. PROSPECTUS. TRUSTEES. (For 'dhe purposes au rised by the Act of Parliament, 50 and 38 Vict. Caps. 85 and 28). Mr. William Collins, Mr. Edward Jones, J.P., Mr. Edwaid James Phillips, J.P., Mr. Alfred A. Williams, J.P. DIRECTORS. Mr. A. A. Williams, J.P., Maesdervren, Chairman of Directors. Mr. :E. Fowler, Pontypool, Lieut.-Col. J. R. Wright, J.P., Gowerton. Mr. Isaac Butler, J.P., Panteg. „ Mr. W. Collins, Ponty- pool. Mr. W. H. Davies, Abersy- chan. Mr. C. Davis, Pontypool. Mr. H. Feather, Griffiths- town. Mr. E. B. Ford, Ponty- pool. Mr. J. Goodenough, Panteg. Vice-Chairman of Directors Mr. W. H. Haskins, Ponty- pooL Mr. J. Morgan Fontnew- ynydd. Mr. H. A. Saunders, Panteg D. E. Wmiam8, Panteg Mr. J. W. Upstone, Ponty- moil. Mr. W. R. Williams, Ponty- pool. Mr. J. Stafford Grifflthu- town. Mr. R. Stephens Griffiths town. Mr. R. StePhens, Griffiths town. BANKERS. Lloyds Bank, Limited, Pontypool, SOLICITORS. Messrs. Le Brasseur and Bowen, PontypooL SECRETARY. Mr. John Walters, Griffithstown. TREASURER. Mr. William Collins, Pontypool. ARBITRATORS. Colonel Byrde, Goytrey. Mr. W. L. Pratt, J.P., Pont- newynydd. Mr. David Williams, Mold. newynydd. I Mr. David Williams, Mold. I Mr. LL Llewelyn, Abersy- chan. „ Mr. D. M. Llewellin, P°n W- pooL OBJECTS OF THE SOCIETY: To offer a means of investing large or smal Bums by monthly subscriptions, or otherwise, at a good rate of interest; and To lend the monies so accumulated for the purpose of purchasing or building houses, redeeming mortgages, &c. MONEY NOW READY TO ADVANCE. For further information, reports, &c., apply to the SECRETARY, or to the MANAGER, Lloyds Bank, Pontypool. PROPESSION.DL. MR. EDWARD LITTLE DENTAL SURGEON, ATTENDANCE EVERy MONDAY A AT MR, WOOD'S (CHEMIST), CRANE-STREET, PONTYPOOL. MESSRS. OSBORNB, WHITJJ if L17 TLB, DSNTJSTS, 108, DOCK-BTHKET, NEWPORT THE PONTYPOOL pREE pRESP IS THE BEST MEDIUM FOR ADVERTISERS, AND HAS A LARGER AND WIDER CIRCULATION Than any other Newspaper published in Monmouthshire OFFICES UtoBORNE ROAD PONTYPOOL. W. E: VAUGHAN & CO., STEAM-POWER DYERS, FRENClJ CLEANERS, &c., LLANDAFF ROAD, CARDIFF. BRANCH Establishments: 82, Queen-street D 248, Bute-street Cardiff; 11, Windsor-road; Penarth Skinner-street, Newport; 83, High- street, Merthyr; 27, Castle-street, Swansea. Parcels Received and to Works by the following I^8tnct„4ge5i!,7A^S?l> Mr. »• Jones, Anchor House; Blaenav°ii' P' IX)B<1OE House; Oriffithstown, Mr H. Peachi ^ost Treh«««r Mr. Lewis, London House; Usk, Mr. JT<mes, Grower, Bridge ^Pareels amounting to five shillings works will be returned carriage paid one way. Trade books and price ists sent free on application. W. E. VAUGHAN & CO., DYERS, CELEBRATED for CLOTHES and Dress Cieaning by FRENCH PROOES S, produ^ ^nnaoent colours superior finish, moderatecharges, and prouaptaawot dis- patcn A WONDERFUL MEDICINE BEECIIAM'S PILLS AS in toe stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fil- and pain Iafter meals, dizziness and drowsiness, ne^ bushings of heat, loss of appetite, shortness ofbreatt co^ne^, scurvT blotch^on the skin, dis- 2 wj dee-D frightful dreamy an<i all nervous and tremWing sensations, Ac., Ac. the first dosewiU give in twenty minutes. Every Suff0rer is earnestly invfted to try one box of these Pm8,^nd they wiU be acknowled^^ A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Piu« are invaluable, as a few doses of them carry off all humours,and bring about all that is required. No female should be without them. There is no medicine to be found to equal Beeeham's Pills for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. If taken according to the directions given with each box, they will soon restore females of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach, impaired digestion, and all dis- orders of the liver, they act like "MAGIC," and a few doses wiU be found to work wonders upon the most important organs in the human machine. They strengthen the whole muscular system, restore the long- lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS testified continually by members of all classes of Society; and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and Debilitated is BKEOHAJUS' PZIXS have the Largest Sale oj Any Patent Medicine in the World. BEECHAM'S MAGIC GO UGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, Asthma, Bronchial Affections, Hoarseness, Shortness of Breath, Tightness and Oppression of Chest, Wheezing, these Pills stand unrivalled. They are thelbest ever offered-to the public and will speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty' of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest Let any person give BEECHAM'8 COUGH PILLS a trial, and the most violent Cough will io a short time be removed. Prepared only, and sold wholesale and retail, by the proprietor, T. BKECHAJC, St Heten'8,Lancashire, in Boxes 9id. 111 lid and 2s9d.eaoh. Sold by all Druggists and Patent Medic Dealers everywhere. gap-Fa duu# egitea wttheaa PUBLIC NOTICE. PARK OUS 'S EXPIRATION OF LEASE. THE LARGEST SALE EVER KNOWN i IN COMMERCIAL STREET, PONTYPOOL. £ 10,000 WORTH OF LADIES' & GENTS.' BOOTS & SHOES At Enormous Sacrifice. MUST BE SOLD. A GREAT VARIETY OF CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES. The Remainder of the Stock not disposed of at Commercial Street will be Sold by PUBLIC AUCTION; together with the Shop Fittings and Fixtures. AGENT IN THE DISTRICL FOR THE Galvanease Genuine Electric BOOTS AWD SHOES WE RECOMMEND OUR FRIENDS TO CALL. Special Terms offered to the Trade. HUGHES & SON, PRINTERS, STATIONERS, LITHOGRAPHERS, ACCOUNT BOOK MAKERS, ETC., COMMERCIAL STREET, i NFPOOL. '4 BEST VALUE IN ACCOUNT BOOKS. BILL HEADS. MEMO FORMS. BUSINESS ENVELOPES. BUSINESS CARDS. HEADED NOTE PAPER. CHEAP BINDINGS FOR MAGAZINES, &-c. STAMPED ADDRESSED NOTE PAPERS. ) COPYING PRESSES & LETTER BOOKS. WRITING & COPYING I INKS, PENS, &C. I Cheap Note Paper and I Envelopes. I HUGHES & SON, Pontypool. PHILIP MORGAeN, (Late POOLB JUOEGAN), STOCK SALESMAN AND GENKRA1 AUCTIONEER, PUBLIC-HOUSE, PTRNITURE, STOCK, and other Valuations undertaken. LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENTAL AND OTHER INSURANCE AGENT. MONEY LENT on MORTGAGE. Advances Hi made on Sales. Payment on Eve of Sale wholly made if reqntred. P. M. hold Sales of Fat and Store Stock in Abergavenny Market every Tuesday, and at Uisk the First and Third Mondays in each Month also other Markets, when instructed. oik,C,UB CHAMBERS, PONTYPOOL mud SI. MARTS CHAMBERS, MONK S31. 4II.U8AQAiNJ". T.!T- < HOME CURED BACON, AT 9lD. HOME-CURED HAMS, lOD. FINEST QUALITY HAMS, 6JD. ALSO FLOUR, BARLEY MEAL, AND SHARPS, AT VERY LOW PRICES. J. G. Richards < A TBANCH, PONTK: V CROWN BREWERY, PONTYPOOL. WHITE, pAXTON 1& CO., BREWERS & HOP MERCHANTS. OSBORNE RD. & GEORGE ST., PONTYPOOL Mild & Bitter Ales from 10(1. per Gallon, IN 41, 9, 18, 36, AND 54 GALL. CASKS. HARVEST BEER, 8D. PER GALLON. G UINNESS'S STOUT AND BASS'S ALES IN BOTTLES. PI AN OFORTES piANOFORTES F GREAT REDUCTION IN JpRICES BEV AN AND COMPANY (LIMITED), E, CARDIFF FURNF IFR*L" TTAVING made special arrangements with the Manufacturers for a Continuous Supply of the Celebrated Thirty Guinea Iron-framed, Brass Pin-plate, handsome Walnut and Gold Case Piano (10 years Warranty), are prepared to Sell this Splendid Instrument at the Remarkably Low Price of A J 25 GUINEAS ONLY -[ The Magnificent Overstrung "KING OF ALL PIANOFORTES," 40 GUINEAS. This Grand Instrument fully equal to those often sold at 60 Guineas. JPURNITURE S F URNITURE!! As the Largest Furnishers in this part of the Kingdom, B. an 1 U). Supply Every Description of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CARPETS, LINOLEUMS, &C., At Prices far and away below those of their Competitors. ■$ I DELIVERY OF GOODS I FREE. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES GRATIS BEVAN AND COMPANY, CARDIFF, NEWPORT, AND PONTYPOOL. 2 ê.=-' EARTHENWARE. CHINA. Aso GLASS J WAREHOUSE. O/PFCV — lJJ./t} NOTED FOR SUPERIOR QUALITY 110 A D tyfJlfry Lowkst Prices" 4 Is now Showing the LA,rEs-i, 1V DESIGNS in DINNER, TEA, BREAKFAST SETS, I AND ALL KINDS OF TABLE AND FANCY GLASS. JJINXEfl SETS {M fiitO}i 16 rK eiA b t l S W- P'RCiCS Off Vt* ""r