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MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. f CONTRACT FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE WORK- HoLkSK, MliKTHYU. AND THE ABERDARE | INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. rPHF. Guardians desire TfcNDERS for the Jl Supply ot Sides ot Be f, and L gs cut close to the rump. Mutton, Pork, B-.coii. Brr-nd, Flour (plain tit), Oatmeal (Irish). Potatoes B"lt«-r, Cheese. Milk. Coal, Coke. and Small Coal. Out-dour Supplies at Merthyr, Dowlais, llirwui", Aberdare, and Mountain Ash. lVef, Muitoi and Pork. Til- iVnd-rs for Bread, Meal, Bacon, Butter, Chetse, Flour, Oatmeal, Potato, s, C«al, C..k. and Small Coal, to be for Three Mouths only, viz., from JU-ilt: 2811., 1879, to September 26./1, 1879, both inclusive, and VIilk Nit* Months, to M rch 26.h, 1830. Sureties to be named in Tender. Samples where practicable All goods to he delivered at the Workhou<e, or at the Aberdare Industrial School, at the option of the Guardians. Payments quarterly, but Bakers, Butchers, and Grne. rs may draw on account once in lhlol middle of the quarter. Tend r« to BE sent in oo or before SATURDAY, June 21st, 1879, in the Forms to be had on application to the Matter at the Workhouse, or at the Abeniare Industrial School, who will furnish all oth r particulars. ##* Tenders, unless received on SATURDAY, June 2'st, 1879, at Ten a m will not be Opened. By order, FRANK JAMES, CI rk. High street, Merthyr, May 31st, 1879. No goods to be supplied, or work done for the Workhouse or tie I idustrial School without a Written Order, signed by the Clerk. All accounts for the June quarter to bv made up to June 25ih, and seut in to the Master by that day. Aberdare, Glamorganshire. MESSES. LILLY AND COOMBS, Of Bridgewater, have been instructed to SDLL BIf AlCTlOi AT THE "WHITE LION INN, GADLYS, ABEKDARE, On Thursday, the 19<A day of June, 1879, At 7 for 8 o;dock in the Evening, (subject to conditions of sale to be then produced and read, and which may be inspected at the Offices of Messrs G. & R. Poole, Solicitors, Bridgwater, or of Mr. W. Beddoe, Solicitor, Aberdare, four days previous to the Auction,) 'OHE undermentioned DWELLING ± HOUSES, SHOPS, COTTAGES, & PREMISES, in the following Lots, viz LOT 1.—All those Five Cottages and Gardens, situate and being Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, & 6, Glan Road, Aberdare, in the respective occupations of Wffl. Edmunds, David Davies, David PhilHpa, Elizabeth Edwards, & Mary Sees, as.monthly tenants, at a Gross Annual Rent df £:3,5 2s. This Lot will be sold as to Nos. jf, 4:3, Glan Road, for the residue of a term 0^99 years from 1st January, 1866, (less one day) subject to an Annual Ground Rent of £1 18i, 7d. and as to Nos. 4, 5, & 6, Glan Road, jf6r the residue of a term of 73 years from 1st January, 1851, (less one day), subject to an Animal Ground Rent of jEl 7s õd, The Cottages Comprising this Lot are in an open and pleasant situation, lacing the Public Park at Aberdare. LOT 2.—All that Dwelling-house, Shop, and Garden, situate at t)ie junction of Dowlais street and Oxford stree^, Aberdare, and the Three Houses ajid Gardens adjoining, «rtuate in Oxford Street "aforesaid, in the respective occupations John Lewis, William James, Harriet Davies, and John Charles as monthly tenants at a Gross Annual Rent of £3.) 2s. This lot will be sold for the residue of a term of 99 years from 3rd March, 1868, (less one day) subject to aa Annual Ground Rent of £4 4s. 4d. LOr 3.- AU those Three Dwelling- H ouses and Shops formerly known as Nos. ,61, 62, and 63, Gadlys Road, Aberdare, but now numbered 62, 63, & 64, Gadlys Koad, Abardare, ill the respective occupations of William Rees, iV essrs Williams & Son, and Lemuel Hiley, at a Gross Annual Rent of JE37 12s. This Lot will be sold for the residue of a term of 99 years from 1st January, 1871, (less one day.) subject to an Annual Ground Rent of JE2 6s. 4id. L0 r 4,-All those Two Dwelling-Houses, Shops, & Gardens with a back entrance thereto, formerly known as Nos. 65 & 66. Gadlys Hoad, but now Nos 66 & 67, Gadlys Road, Aberdare No. 66 being in the occupation of Zaccheus Bassett at an Annual Rent of £ 18 and No. 97 having been up to within a recent period let at au Annual Rent of £20 but is now void. Itiis lot will be sold for the residue of a term of 99 years from 1st January, 1866, (less one day), subject to an Annual Ground. Rent of £ 2 16s. 4d. Mr. Thomas Evans, Houso Agent, of Bryn- hyfryd, Aberdare, will shew the several Lots and all further particulars may be obtained of Messrs. Lilly & Coombs, Auctioneers and Sur- veyors, the Mart, Bridgwater; of Mr. W. Beddoe, Solicitor, Aberdare or of Messrs. G. & R. POOLE, Solicitors, Bridgwater. Bridgwater, 4th June, 1879. TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. rpHE COMMITTEE of, the BAPTIST A CHURCH, Cwmamaj^; are prepared to accept TENDERS for tM BUILDING of a NEW HOUSE. T The Plans and Specification may be inspected at R. Davies, 42, Ftorch^iman Road, Cwmaman, Aberdare, fronAMonday, June the 9th, until Monday, the ll^h, 06 which day the Tenders are to be sent to For further insfiHlctions enquire of Mr E. Griffiths, Architect, 41, High-street, Aberdare The Committee do not bind themselves to the lowest or any tender. R. DA VIES. ADERDARE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. OUTFALL SEWER-CONTRACTS No. 1 & No. 2. TO CONTRACTORS. ^I^HE BOARD hereby invites TENDERS I from persons willing to contract for the execution, completion, and maintenance of the works required in the construction of a MAIN OUTFALL SEWER, toexteudfrom Trecynon, Aberdare, to Parknewydd, in the Parish of Llanwonno, in the County of Glamorgan, and other works in connection therewith CONTRACT No. 1 will comprise the portion of the sewer to be made between Mountain Ash and Parknewydd, and will consist of about 7600 lineal yards of 28 inch brick barrel sewer, 220 lineal yards of timber sewer on stone piers, and 75 lineal yards of 28 inch cast iron socket pipe sewer, with straining tanks and other works. CONTRACT No. 2 will comprise the portion of the sewer to be made between I'recynon and Mountain Ash, and will consist of about G 00 of lineal yards of 24 inch, and 700 lineal yards of 21 inch, and 18 inch brick barrel sewer, 95 lineal yards of 24 inch cast iron socket pipe sewer, and 1000 lineal yards of 15 inch glazed stoneware I socket pipe sewer, with other works. Plans, Sections, Detail Drawings, and Specifi- cation h ot tn9 works oxtcutod may bo soon r on application to Mr T. LI. Edwards, Surveyor to the Aberdare Local Board of Health and at the office, in Mertbyr Tydfil, of Mr Harpur, Engineer of the works, on and after Mondav' June 16th, 1879 ] Printed Specifications with bills of quantities, forms of lenders, and Schedules for prices may I be had on payment of One Guinea per set. ■ Sealed Tenders, endorsed Tender for Outfall Sewer." "Contract No. 1 or Contract No. 2," or Contract No. I and No. 2," as the case may be, to be left at the office of the < lerk to the Aberdare Local Board of Health, on or before Wednesday, July 2nd, 1879. < The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. R. ORTON GERY. Clerk. Town Hall, Aberdare. 2yih viay, 1879.. I TEMPERANCE HALL, ABERDARE, Mr. J. B. GOUGH Will deliver an ORATION In the above Hall, On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1879. The chair will be taken by the REV. J. W. WYNNE JONES, M.A., at 7.30 p.m. Doors open at 6.30 p.m. Admission—Reserved Seats, 3s.; Second Seats, 2s.; Third Seats, la. Tickets may be obtained at Mr. W. L. Daniel, Cheiuist, Merthyr Tydfil; Mr. Joseph Simms, Chemist, Hirwain at the Offices of v>r. J. H. Jenkins, Workman's Hall, Mountain Ash; Messrs Evan Thomas and Co., Ironmongers, Ferndale; and at Mr. B. R. S. Frost, Stamp Office, Aberdare, where a Plan of Hall may be seen and seats secured also from the members of the Committee, or of the Hon. Sec., Wm. Hopkin James, 14a, Wind-street, Aberdare. ABEliDAHE HUHIAL BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board invite and ape'prepared to accept TENDERS for the GRASa now growing in the CEMETERY. Sealed Tenders, prepaid and endorsed "Tenders for Grass," to be sen/ to me at or before 10 o'clock on Wednesday, the 2nd July. The Board do tiot bind themselves to accept the highest or anyTender. By Order H. P. LINTON, Clerk to the Board. Burwl Board Offices June 6th, 1879. LEWIS & MEREDITH, MINERAL & LANlY SURVEYORS, ARCHITliCTS, See. Surveys and Levels Accurately Made. Building Plaak Prepared at the Shortest ufotice. TERM S,~M O D E R A T E Offices: BUTE STREET, ABERDARE. TO PAINFT £ RS. r I ^ENTERS are hereby invited for PAIN rING I the BOOT HOTEL, Aberdare, and No. 2, MARKET SXKRHT, Aberdare. For particulars apply to Mr, D. W. PRTCE, assistaut overseer's office, Aberdare, or at the Hotel. HIRWAIN, GLAMORGANSHIRE. ——— 0 DESIRABLE INVESTMENT. Sale of Glancynon Inn and Messuages adjoining. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. THOJCAS WHITSUN JONES, (By order of the Mortgagee), the BRIDGEND INN, HIRWAIN, on MONIXAY, the 30th day of JUNE, 1879, at Seven o'alock in the Evening, (in one or more Lots,.As may be determined at the time of Sale, aid subject to such con- ditions as will then b0 produced.) or ivu ALL that INN, or FUBLIC-HOUSE, known as the 'NjrWcynou Inn," situate in Merthyr Road, HtPwaiu aforesaid, now in the occupation of Mi. John Jones. And also all those FOUH. MESSUAGES, or DWELLING- HOUSES, also situate in Merthyr Road, Hir- wain, adjoining the said Inn, and now occupied by Lewis Barnett and others as tenants. The premises are held under a lease from the late William Price, Esq., for the term of 99 years from 1st May, 1866, at the annual rent of f5. A portion of the purchase money may be left on fnortgage. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer, Commercial-place, Aberdare or to Mr. Gery, Solicitor, Aberdare. Messrs. H. W. Harris and Son, AUCTIONEERS, Accountants, Valuers, A House, Estate, Land and Insurance Agents, New Auctiot Mart, Court-stroet. Merthyr Tydfil, beg to inform the Public that all matters entrusted to their care will bo punctually, promptly, and carefully attended to. Life, Fire, Plate Glass, and Accidental In- surances effected with the best offices, and on the lowest terms. Messrs. Harris and Son announce that they hold Periodical Sales bv Auction at the above Mart, where articles of Furniture and other Goods may now be received for the next Sale. Merthyr Tydfil, Wednesday, June 25th, 1879. Special Clearance Sale of Exceedingly FINE AND CHOICE WINES, By order of Messrs. J. F. Timms & Co., 1m. porters, Tower Hill Vaults, Tower Hill, London. To Hotel Keepers, Gentlemen, and Private Buyers. MESSRS H. W. H VKRIS & SON beg to announce, in pursuance of instructions from the above Firm, they will Sell by Auction at their Auction Mart, Court street Chambers, Merthyr Tydfil, on Wednesday, June 25th, 1879, commencing punctually at 2 o'clock, a Consignment of about 700 dozen choire bottled WINES, comprising 200 dozen Very Fine Old Ports Shipped by Omerod, Taylor, Martinez Gassiot & Co., Forregter, Cockburn, Kopes, and Silva. 300 dozen Choicest Sherry, consisting of Dry, Pale, Gold and Brown, Amoroso, Dinner, Vino de Pasto, Amontillado, East India, Manzanilla, Shipped by Duff Gordon, Gonzalez, Mackenzie. Byass, Cosen, Ac. 2<)dozen CossartGordon's Madeira. 150 dozen of high class Clarets, including Medoc, Chateau Latour, Cha- teau Margaux, Chateau Brane, Cantenac (2nd growth, bottled at the Chateau), Chateau La- grange, Larose. St. Estophe, &c. Sparkling Champagne, Le Grand Monarth, Carte Blanche, &c. 50 Doz. Sparkling Hock, Moselle, and Burgundy, and 30 Doz. Still Hocks. 14 Oc- taves and Quarter Casks fine matured Port and Sherry, duty paid. The Auctioneers can with confidence invite the attention of connoisseurs to this important sale, as the consignment is entrusted to them for absolute realisation in consequence of the present de] rested state of the Wine Trade. For Catalogues and additional information, apply to the Auctioneers at their offices, Court Street Chambers, Merthyr Tydfil. N. B. ample Bottles may be had prior to the Sale, charged at the same rate the Wine realises under the hammer. Dated June 12, 1879. Auction Mart, Merthyr Tydfil G "W M -A- M A. 3KT SHOP TO LET, air FOBGE VIEW, with C? power to have Wn Out-door License to sell Beer. Apply to Mr. CHARMIS HOPE, Cwmaman. 20,000 13 HO TOG"RAPiTS. Statuary, Picture, Portrait Scraps, sent for selec- tion. Catalouges\F^ee.—P. Mitchell & Co., Sydenham, Londoiif S.E. AGENTS WANTED to Sell LUBRICATING A OILS. Commission 10 to 15 per cent. BFTA, Sidmouth Lodge, Park Road, Hichmond S.W.

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