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• • TY VI J i T f V i I 93, TAFF-STREET, PONTYPRIDD. ..J pil EVANS & COUP AMY, f RESPECTFULLY BEG TO ANNOUNCE TH T THEY ARE NOW RECEIVING ■ LARGE PARCELS OF NEW GOODS FOR THE In mr SPRING AND SUMMER SEASONS An Early Inspection Solicited. I "1"1 > .t [) A Äiç L' & Aï:: J 1"" 'IA 1 ¥ COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS, 35 & 38, Queen-street, CARDIFF, Hold immense Stocks of every requisite for completely furukbiog, at a short notice, houses of a; y size. TRAPNELL AND GAVE. ro i BEDS T E A D S, Over 50 deigns in >iz- to select from. The Bedste- itis. lull *-zewith two bras* rails, g-:d «;rn:«ner.ta:iwn. 13 Gd; aud tie }\Hd¡:e, a u-assiye bea-.tear) at 23s 6d ''re made specially for and can: ut be ojt'.uncd value in Cardiff- j ^"EIL A*'D G 1NE. FOK B E D D I N G A iarge ttock in specnl department of guarautet-d purity, F:J 1ze Wool Bed, Bolster, and two Pilllowf, s 6d. Full size Spring Mi;t-esses, I/s <5d each. Fi-ill si C, ize Feather Ued, 32s 6d. TRAP" £ LL~ & G A N, E. I FOR DINING AD DRAWING-ROOM SUITES A larger <:L. tion than any oilier firm, at prices ranging from £ 1 15s Od., to 40 guineas. a:&& & FOR BEDROOM SUITES, FEEDERS, HREIfciONS, LINOLi'UM, FLOORCLOTH, CARPETS, RUGS, CURTAINS. and every requisite for furnishing. All goods marked in Plain Figures, so that nn-chafers may compare our prices with other firms. See advt. on Front Page of this Paper. nLi I TBAP^iLL AND CANE, The Koted House Furnishers, 35 & 38, Queen Street, CARDIFF. AnJ at Bristol.] [Established 70 years. SILOAM, GYFEILLON. CYNELIR EISTEDDFOD YN Y CAPEL UCHOD DYDD GWENER G&OGLITF, 1889. LLYWYDD- COUNCILLOR WALTER H. MORGAN. PRIF DDARN— I'r Cor, heb fod dan 30 o nifer, a gann yn oreu yr A rthem.. Dyddia,u Dyn pydd fe! Glasw-lltyn," Gwobr X5, a Bcuton haidd i'r ArweiDydd Buddogol. YD yr hwyr bydd perfformiad o'r Cantata) CharJes o'r Bala,' 0 dan Ivwyddiaeth y Pitlch. Hugh P. Jcre-, Pertb. Caerphilly Castle Eisteddfod, WHIT-MCUDAY. J'JNE 10th, 18S9. rHIS EISTEDDFOD, under Distinguished L Patronage, (and by the kind permission of Lord Bute), will be held in the far-famed ruins of Caerphilly Castle, on the above date. PRESIDENT MAJOR JONES (-Vmericm Consul.) Vice-Presidents—Dr. J. Llewellyn, J.P., Henry Anthony, Esq., J.P., E. M. M. Corbett, Esq., and J. S. Corbett, Esq., Caerphilly. Adjudicators-Dr Parry, Mr Tom Price, A.C. Dafydd Morganwg, Mr Waugh, M.A. "Thanks be to God," £ 40 "Molwch yr Arglw- ydd," CIO: Brass Band—"Athalie War March," £ 14; "Comrades in Arms," X5; Children's choir, £ 4; Solos, £1 each; Poetry, Needlework, Drawing, Ac. Programmes, three half-pence by post. D.WILLIAMS, SEC., Caerphilly. FOR SALE, A ST. BERNARD DOG "RUFUS," 31 Years Old. GOOD HOUSE DOG, AND FOND OF CHILDREN. Can be seen at VERNON HOUSE, TYFICA TERRACE, PONTYPRIDD. OFFERS WANTED. THE MOST SENSIBLE MAN in this District J WILL CLEAR HIS NEXT WEEK'S EX- PENSES, PUT £5 BANK OF ENGLAND NOTE IN HIS POCKET, and assist any charitable object which may be at the mom- ent appealing to his generous instincts. See WEDNESDAY'S "TRADE, FINANCE and RECREATION," a weekly Newspaper for Everybody.—All Newsagents and Railway Bookstalls, Id., or post free lid.-35, Mark Lane, London, E.C. CONSUMPTION CUftED.—A Person Cured of Consumption, Bronchitis. Catafrh.and Nervous Debility, by a simple Remedy, will seed a descrip- tion of it FREE to any person who applies to J. P. MOUNTAIN, 64, Chanoery Lane, London. W.C. The Best and Cheapest Shop for Groceries and Provisions IS THE Town Supply Stores, FREScI SUPPLY of Carmarthen Butter every week also nice selection of Caerphilly Cheese Heme cured & Wiltshire Bacon always in stock mild and lean Hams, large stock of Tin Goods, Jams, Marmalade, Preserves, and Pi kies at the very L west prices; splendid Flour, at 2m., 2s. 2d., very best 2s. 4d.; Teas at Is. 4d., ls. 6d and 2s. Agent for the Pure Ceylon lea Co., London. One Trial secures your regular custom. THE TOWÑ SUPPLY STOKES, | 76, Taf-street, Pontypridd, T. W. JONES, Proprietor. LLASTRISANT SCHOOL BORAD. | TRIENNIAL ELECTION, 1889. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, JLj On the 22nd of this month you will be called upon to select Nine Persons to represent you on the above Board. At the request of a number of influential rate- payers, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate. If you do me the honour of placing me on the Board, I can assure you that your interests as ratepayers will always receive my utmost attention, with a view to combining economy with efficiency. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, EDGAR M. PHILLIPS. Underhill House, Penrhiwfer, 13th March, 1889. THE EXPLOSIVES ACT, 1875. \t OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that THE il COTTON POWDER COMPANY, Limited, intend to apply to Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace, in and for the County of Glamorgan.acting for the Division of Pontypridd, in the said County of Glamorgan, at their Special Petty Sessions of the Peace, to be held within the said Division, at the Police Court, in the Town of Pontypridd,in the said County, on Wednesday, Seventeenth day of April next, at 12 o'clock at noon, for their assent to the establishment of a Magazine for the Storage of Mixed Explosives, to be erected by the appli- cants at Gelliwion, near Pontypridd, in the Parish of Llantrisant, in the said County, in accordanc 3 with the Plan and Specification approved by one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, and which Plan and Specification has been de- posited, and will remain so deposited, for the term of one calendar month from the date hereof, for the inspection of all persons interested, at the Magistrates' Clerk's Office, Pontypridd, in the said County, where due notice of any objection must be given seven clear days before the day fixed for the hearing, to the said Justices, as also to the applicants, such notice to signify the pe: sons' in- tention to appear and object, together with their name, address, and calling, and a short statement of the grounds of their objection. Dated this 13th day of March, 1889, For the Cotton Powder Company, Limited, L. L. BEVAN, SECRETARY. 162a, Qoeen Victoria Street, ¡ .1 London, E.C. > v 'fts • TO BE LET.—A COMFORTABLE RE SI- DENCE, within a few minutes' walk of the Station. Garden and Stable.-Apply Walter H. Morgan, Pontypridd. WANTED, SECRETARY for the PONTY- PRIDD STARR BOWKETT SOCIETY. With convenient Office; Salary t26 per annum.- Applv, not later than the 23rd inst., (Under Seal, and marked Secretary), to the Chairman of Directors, Starr Bowkett Office, Pontypridd. TilE ACAL>jbi>lY,| 20A, MORGAN STREET, PONTYPRIDD. E. Dunmor Edwards, M.A. MASTER. PUPILS Specially Prepared at a Moderate Cost F for Commercial Pursuits, Colleges, London University, Matriculation, Preliminary Law, Medical, and Pharmaceutical Examinations, &c. The QUARTER COMMENCES Monday, APRIL 1st. TERMS, &c., for Day Scholars and Private Pupils, may be had on application. .—————-———————————— THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD AT SALEM, LLANTWIT FARDRE, Will take place on GOOD FRIDAY, 1889. Adjudicators-Compositions and Recitations- Rev. B. Evans (Telyufab), Gadlys, Aberdare; Music-Mr Dan Davies, A.C., Dowlais. Accom- panist-Professor E. P. Mills. There will be a CONCERT in the evening. For furthur particulars apply to the Secretary, T. WILLIAMS, Llantwit Fardre. Maesyffynon, To Contractors and Others. The PONTYPRIDD HIGHWAY BOARD is prepared recuve TENDERS for Field, Quarry, and Lime Stone Metaling for the PARISH HIGH- WAYS of Eglwysilan, Llantrisant, and Llantwit Fardre. Specification-, Forms of Tender and estimated quantities may L had upou application to the Sur- veyor. Also, TENDERS will be required for the MANUAL LABOUR of the said Highways. Speci- fications ajd Forms of Tender may be had or the Survevor. All Tenders mast be delivered to the clerk, E. C. i-PICKETT, Esq., The Court House, Pontypridd, c n." later than 1 uesday. the 26th inst., (endorsed. Th Board reserves to itself an unlimited power of selection, and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender. By Order, J. GRIFFITHS, SURVEYOR. P rth Honse, Porth, 13th March, 1889. Pontypridd Local Board Election. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF THE TOWN WABI). LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, You will be called upon in a few days to elect a Member to represent you on the above Board. I need scarcely remind you that Three Years have passed away since you thought fit to elect me to represent your interest as a member for the Town Ward, during which time I have al- ways striven to do what I considered my duty in all and to all, with one aim and object ever in view, viz :—Justice. The whole of my life has been spent entirely in the business which,as Member of the Board, it has bean my duty (for the term which I have had the honour of representing you) to pass judgment upon, and I trust therefore that the experience upon, and I trust therefore that the experience so gil in )::1, and the action taken by me in all matters brought before the board, have satisfied you that the confidence bestowed upon me was not misplaced. I now once more place my services at your disposal, and should you again do me the honour of returning me as your representative, I assure you that no effort on my part shall be wanting to discharge the duties which fall to my lot with honesty and efficiency, and by so doing I hope to merit your yet further esteem and confidence, and above all the inward satisfaction of having done something to benefit those amongst whom it has been my happy privilege to have lived for so many years. I have the honour to be, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, DAVID ROWLAND. Gelliwastad Grova, Pontypridd, March oth, 1S89. Pontypridd Local Board. TRIENNIAL ELECTION, 1889. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN WARD. T ADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN, IJ In a shoii time one member for each of the four wards into which the Pontypridd Local Sani- tarv District has been divided will have to retire. There wiil, therefore, be four vacancies, which the ratepayers will have to till up at the election in April next. Again, I beg to ask your suffrrges as a candidate for the Town Ward. I need not remind- you that when I contested this ward with the late Mr Moses Cule, I was prac- tically returned as the choice of the ratepayers, and I was only defeated by the property qualifica- tions, which confer upon certain ratepayers more votes than one. Under the one man, one vote arrangement, which is likely to become law, I should have been at this moment your representa- tive for the town ward. Ladies and gentlemen, encouraged by this fact, and pressed by several influential residents, I feel justified in once more appealing to you to return me as your member. I do not presume to appeal to you as an educated man, as I believe I am the equal of the majority of the members now form- ing the Board, but I have no hesitation in assert- ing that as an employer of labour, in practical ex- perience, and in an earnest desire to serve you, and promote your interests in obtaining the best re- sults for the money expended, I am as much, if not more, entitled to your confidence as any mem- ber now sitting on the Board, or retiring from it. For one thing, I should never have voted, as my opponent did, for the appointment of a son-in-law on the Board, because and for no other reason his father-in-law had been a member. I pledge myself, if I am honoured by being re- turned, to devote myself to the practical business of the Board with devotion and fidelity to your interests. Ladies and gentlemen, I once more ask you to give me the splendid support I received last year, with such an addition as will place me in the position of being returned as your representative for the town ward. I am, Ladies and gentlemen, Your obedient and humble servant, THOMAS TAYLOR. MATRIMONIAL.—Advertiser wishes to corres- I pond with a desirable YOUNG LADY with a view to MUTUAL HAPPINESS. Strictest Privacy observed. Applications, in first instance by Letter, with Photos, to be addressed A.B.C., Chronicle, Pontypridd.—This is genuine.

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