Preliminary Announcement. ~j%/| R. T. W. EVANS lias been favoured with IVl instructions frotn Mr David Hart, 11, Canon street, Abe; dare, (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to$rELL BY AUG HON", on W PDNESDAy & Thursday, 14th & loth JUNE, and following davs the whole of his valuable HOUSEIIOIrP FURXITU RE and Effects. Particulars Will be given in a future issue. Cwmbach and Aberaman Co-operative Society. y TO PAINTERS Ai0 OTHERS. 1" THE Committee\ iuyÚe TENDERS for i PAINTING, &k,,a.t both branches. All information may be obrained by applying to Mr. Jno. Rees, Manager, at Aberaman. SEEDS! SEEDS! SEEDS! T. WHITTY EVANS BEGS to inform the Public that he has just received an entirely NEW STOCK of all kinds of GARDEN SEEDS from the best London Growers, viz., Giant Musselburgh Leek, Lon- don Flag Leek,White Globe Onion, I$ifjf>li ditto, White Spanish ditto, Blood Red dj^lffo, Taylor's Broad Windsor Beens, Green Windsor ditto, Long Pod ditto, Champion of England Peas, Daniel O'Rorude ditto, Dwarf Peas, Lettuce, Radish, Extra Curled Parsley, Mustard. Cress, Parsnips, Carrocs, Turnips, Savoys, Broccoli, Couliflower, Celery, Cucumber, Wheeler's Im- perial Cabbage, Sutton's Champion purple top Swede, Mangolds' Shallots, Petatoe Onions. Scarlet Runiigrs, Apierican White Seeded Banners, Dw%rf Kunners, Superphosphate Manure, &c., &<W-' All kinds of Garden Seeds at moderate prices, highly recommended by all purchasers of last season. An early call is respectfully solicited. NOTE THE ADDRESS:— T. WHITTY EVANS, Chemist and Seed Dealer, Commercial Street, Aberdare. FLOWER, VEGETABLE, AND FARM SEEDS. The Largest md Best Stock in Town. ALL SEEDS GUARANTEED NEW. POTATOE SEEDS in prime condition, viz., JE Magnum Bonum, School Master, Ashleaf, Climax, Beauty of Hebrofi, American Rose. Shrubs, Spruce, Scotch Fir, Quick's Fruit Trees, Roses, on the shortest notice from E Williams, Nursery, Carmarthen. I have ei&mineclyour New Stock ef Flower, Vegetable, ani\ Farm Seeds, and found them in food condition,N^Jtue quality and true to name, have grown your Seeds for years and found them to my satisfaction at all times. I can highly recommend to any gentleman.—Yours faithfully, J. WILKINSON, Head Gardner, Aber- narrt House, Aberdare." NOTE THE ADDRESS :— DANIEL TUDOR WILLIAMS, SEED MERCHANT, Medical Hall, Gadlys-road, & Whitcombe St. ABERDARE. THE OLDEST IRISH WHIS KEY IN THE MARKET. Tj /X J\| J\| -THJS PUREST AND MOST WHOLESOME. BOTTLED IN H M. CUSTOMS STORES. OME Qu^ £ ity ONLY, for Home i Trade £ 8&portationTH R BEST. < In ca^s containing Two Im- PEBIAL GALLONS each. Regular quality and ABSOLUTE PBftlTY are guaranteed by the y sole shippers, WHISKEY/ JAMES SKV 80* A BANN WHISKEY MAY BE Vj/ OBTAINED FRoM WINE MER. CHANTS EVERYWHERE. SOLE AGENT FOR ABERDARE M. R. DAVID, Rock Brewery. PHOTOGRAPHY. MESSRS. FtOOKS & WALKER BEG- to announce that they have OPENED their STUDIO at 13<J, CANOK STREET, and trust that, by production ot First Class Work combined with Moderate/charges, they will merit a share of patronage..andsupport. Portraits in any style of ttjfe art from Locket Size to 4 ft. by 3 ft. -1 Oil Paintings on Canvas, |vater Colouring,&c. C. D. V's. 5s. 6d. per dojt., 3s. halfdoz. Gems 9 for 7id. NOTE\THE ADDRESS :— FLOOKS^ WALKER, iCanon Street, Aberdare, Nearly opposite the Welsh Harp Inn. FOR DYEING AT BOMB. CRAWSHAW 3 Colours. JnPackets Id.,2d.,3d. &6d. eaofi Bent by post for one stamp extnf I 1 AKYONE CAN USE TH/*I. I kuW Bibbom, Feathers, Nack Ties, presses, 4c., maybe made look glial to new. One 8iroeimy#aoket will Dye a Lady's Dress. Crawshaw cI. Co. 8w, Fann St., Aldersaate St., LONDON. I.C. ND OF ALL CHEMISTS. VTERYOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY X^l A gentleman, having tried in vain every advertised remedy, /f1as discovered a simple means of self-cure. /He will be happy to for- ward thli particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped a|idy&irected envelope.— Address, Mr. J. T. Se^jSLl, Mayville, Hammersmith, Lendon, W. Lendon, W. Men as Agents and tv Canvassers, gopd Commission given. Apply A. and G. Taylor, Photographers, 27, Whitcombe-street, \Berdare. jj«™ TTTTB BLOOD IS THE LIFE."— WORLD FAMED mmmnŒüJl[I Trade Mark,—" Blood Mixttire." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER & RESTORER For cleansing and clearIng the blood fronf all impur ties can not bit too highly recomm$6ded. Por Scrofula, 8cnrvy, Skin Diseases, Aínd 80rel of allltind It is a never-failing and perinanent carr. It Cures Old Sores Cures Ulcerated Sores on the neck Cures Ulcerated Sore Le^i -Carffi BLaekUe&rta, ,)r rimples on the Ptc* Cure* Scurvy ";01'68 Cures Cancerous Cures Blood and Skin Diseasel Cures Glandular Swellings tilears the Blood from all impure Matter From whatever cause arising. As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and war- ranted free from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of either sex, the Proprietos solicits sufferers to give it a trial to test its value. CURE OF RHEUMATISil AND SCORBUTIC ERUPTION "The Elms, North Cheam, cnrrey S. f. Sir —I had been suffering trom rheumatism for several years, together with scorbutic eruption 01 the skin, ofaioal nature, about the size of the palm of the hand and was in- duced to try your Blood Mixture in consequence of two gentlemen in my neighbourhood having been cured of obsti- ■ nate sores on the body. After taking two bottles, I became much better, and continued it up to tLie-tenth bottle wh n 1 founu the rheumatism had left me and my arm w s healed, 1 consider it a moet valuable medicine. ou are at hberty to use this letter iu any way you think proper, for the benefit of others. Faithfully yours, To Mr. F.J. Clarke." TAOIIAS WAITS.' Sold in Bottles, 2s. fid. each, and in cases, cun- taining six times the quantity, 11a cach -suiii 'ient to affect a permanent cure in the great majority of long-standing cases,—by all Chemists and Patent iVteuicifie- Vendors throughout the world, or sent j < a. receipt of 30 or 132 stamps by j The Lincoln & Midland Counties' Drug Company, Lincoln. New Clothing for Whitsun. JONES & SONS, THE nil Aberdare Clothiers, Vi )4 J EG to announce having just returned from < London and othe^fcarkets and are now pre pared with the-omost fcstCELLEN T STOCK of Ever offered in Aberdare, for Men and Boys of READY-MM)E CLOTHING all ages, at prices lower than any other establish- ment in the town. Remember at JONES & SONS, Canon-street, A. B "B Ptx> A. Tl -B. GRE \T WESTERN RAILWAY. WHITSUNTIDiTkoLIDAYS. F^XCUR>ION TR\IN8 will run as under Li Saturday, May 27th, to READING and LONDON, leaving Merthyr at 9.50 a.m., Abernant 10.0. Aberdare 10.7, Hirwain 10.21, Glyn Neath 10 38, Hesolven 10.46, ^*ontypool Road 10 30, and Abergavenny at lfro7 a.m. to return May 31st or June 2nd or 3fd. Saturday and Monday, May 27th and 29th, to Shrewsbury, Llangollen, Wrexham, Chester, Birkenhead, Liverpool, Manchester, Warrington, Rhyl, and Abergele, leaving Aberdare, at 9.5, th Mountain Ash 9.15, rthyr 8.55, Quakers Yard 9 26, Dowlais 8,55,.< Pontypool Town 10.12 Pontypool Read 10.30,/and Abergavenny 10.57 a.m. Passengers on May 27th return any week day to June 3^1 an#' those on May 29th any week day to Ji^oe ^th. Samedaystoxifrmingham, leaving Aberdare at 12.40 p.m., Mountain Ash 12 50, Merthyr 12.35, Quakers Yard 1.0, Dowlais 12.30, Pontypool Road 2 10, a.dd Abergavenny at 2.34 p.m., to re turn May 31st or June 3rd For fares, &c., See special bills. J. GR1ERSON, General Manager. cl TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are required for the NEW CHURCH at Aberaman, near Aberdare. For further particulars apply either to Mr. J. NOEL, Aberaman\yjsrks, or to 8. H. L. BAltKER, Esq., Architect, 1. Palace Yard, Hereford. t CTIVE MEN, Abeial&i-e and throughout the UNITED KUvGDOM, having time to call on Shops,, wijrt hear of a profitable AGENCY on writmjfto M., 20, High Holborn, London.
DEATH. May 1st, Matilda, wife of Wm. Butterworth, Seymour-street, Aberdare, aged 82 years.
BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The weekly meeting of the above board was presided over by Mr R. H. Rhys (the chairman J The Rev. A. Davies, in accerdanco with notice, moved "That that this board petition the House of Commons in favour of conducting the election of guardians by ballot." The motion was peconded by Mr D. Davies (Merthyr).—Mr T. Edwards observed that he was not prepared to move an amend ment, but expressed himself as opposed to the ballot. He did not think they should be ashamed for it to be known how they voted — Mr J. Kichards supported the motion, which, upon being put to the vote, was lost by 10 to 7. —Mr Davies (Merthyr) thereupon gave notice that he would again introduce the question that day fortnight.—Mr Pritchard Evans was, upon the the motion of the chairman, seconded by the Rev A Davies, re-appoi ted medical and vac- cination officer for the portion of Mountain Ash within the union. The out-relief given during the week was as follAws :—Aberdare, J666 19s lOd; Gelligaer, ;E22 Os 3d Merthyr Upper, £ 61 Os Id; Merthyr Lower, 136 18s 4d; non- settled £1 Is 6d; total, £ 208. In the Aber- dare Training School were 136 children (of whom 113 were under industrial training), as against 122 in the corresponding week of last year. In the workhouse were 199 inmates, a comparative increase of two, there having been 16 applications, making 31 ordered at the last meeting, but only three came in during the the week from that order. I he Chairman thought they should exp>ess their sympathy with the friends of the unfortunate victims of the Dublin tragedy. (Hear, hear.) Mr James woutd no doubt frame the resolution, and he would also like to support the Govern- ment in their efforts to restrict these crimes.- Mr Jenkin Mathews: I beg most readily and cordially to second the resolution.—Mr James Lewis; Does it not saem necessary to have two resolutions.—The Chairman Very well, then, in the first place, I beg to move a vote of con- dolence with the friends of the deceased persons. —Mr J. Mathews seconded.— the motion was unanimously adopted.—The Rev. A. Davies then moved a vote of sympathy with the Premier and the Government iv their present strait.—rhe Chairman I hope you will add, and to -be continued until law and order is restored."—Mr. D. E. Williams seconded. — Mr T. Edwards, in supporting the motion, said the life of that great man, Mr Gladstone, it was to be regretted, had to be watched, in order that persons may not tamper with his existence. — It was then unanimously resolved—" l'hat this board do express its deepest sympathy with her Majesty's Government in their trial caused by the late events in Ireland, and bighly approve of the measure proposed for suppressing crime and outrage, and urges upon them that they will enforce such measures until law and order be restored to that country." It was arranged that the first be sent to Lord Hartington, and the second to Mr Gladstone. ABERDARE CRICKET CLUB.—Now that the weather has become favourable for out door amusements, the lovers of the manly game of cricket in this town have commenced operations in their excellent practice ground with all earnestness. We understand that the club have this year again entered for the challenge cup and have been drawn against Newport. Several other fixtures have also been arranged for the coming season. It is therefore desir- able that the members should attend practice regularly if victory is to be looked for. Persons wishing to join the club may do so on applica- tion to the hon sec., r Ebenezer Davies. TABERNACLE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.— We have much pleasure in announcing that the Rev. R. T. Bowell, of Malvern, has accepted the unanimous invitation of the above church to become their pastor, and that he has arranged to commence his ministerial duties on Sunday next. Mr. Howell is a Welshman, and formerly had charge of Lady Huntingdon's Church at Swansea, where he laboured with much success. We hear that great regret was felt at his removal from Malvern. We congra- tulate the friends at the Tabernacle in Jhaving secured the services of so able and talented a pastor, and the town upon the advent of a gentleman so well qualified to assist in all movements having the public good in view. EXHIBITION OF APPARATUS FOR SAVING HUMAN LIFE.- We have received the following circular from Mr W. Morgan, sculptor, Ponty- pridd, who solicits pecuniary assistance to en- able him to exhibit his inventions at the forth- coming exhibition in London: — "To the Colliery Proprietors and Colliers of South Wales and Moumounthshire. — Gentlemen, — On June 22nd, 1882, an Exhibition of Apparatus and Machinery, having for their immediate object the preservation of human life, will take place in London, under Koyal Patronage. I have been requested to attend this important Exhibi tion, and to submit 1. My invention for with- drawing fciredamp and other noxious gases from coal and other mines, and 2—To exhibit a new safety lamp, to be used in Mines. This safety lamp will have an illuminating power equal to four of the ordinary Davy or Clanny lamps, and will not explode in gas. Being fuliy convinced that the above inventions will be of ,great value to Masters and Men, to the masters as a means of saving property, andjto. my fellow workmen, in saving huujreds of t heir liyos, I earnestly solicit tha assistance of both to enable me to Patent the new lamp, and to exhibit the same with the other invention in London. Thanking you for past favours, I beg to remain, gentlemen, your humble servant, WILLIAM MORGAN." MINERS MEETING AT ABERAMAN.—A meet- ing of miners was held on Vlonday evening at at the Assembly-room of the Lamb and Flag, Aberman, for the purpose of discussing two im- portant questions, namely, the present position of the sliding scale at Carditf, and the school standard for colliers' boys —Mr Thomas Phillips presided, and the following resolutions were passed unanimously:—"1. t'hat this meeting urge upon our steam coal representatives of the sliding scale committee that if the house u coal workmen refuse to unite in having one scale for house and steam coal, to ask the em- ployers once more to negotiate with us to h.ive a scule for house and steam coal alone, and grant us 5 per cent. advance as soon as pos- sible but if the employers refuse to negotiate, we wish to termiate the present scule when the proper time does arrive." (2)'' That this meeting wishes our representatives on the sliding seale to call a delegate meeting as soon as convenient in order that we select a depu- tation to wait upon Mr Mundella at the Educa- tion Department and put our views before him, in order that we may get permission for our boys to commence working after passing the fourth standard, and at 12 years of age, as tney can be further educated at night schools CALVARIA.—On the evening of Thursday, May 4th, a most successful concert was held in Calvaria Chaoel. The subject of tne evening was the cantata kn^wn as "Mordaith Bywy 1 "The Voyage of Life." The charaetarswhoi more immediately came to the front were Dr. Price as president, Mr Evan Leyshon, the teacher and the conductor of the choir; the Misses Lizzie Evans and Annie Evans. of Ash brook House, pianists; Mr John Howells and Miss Emily Price, accompanists; the artistes were-soprano, Miss M. J. Lewis and Mrs Sshton; alto. Master Gorner Gntfiths; tenor, Mr Tom Williams and Mr Wiliia n Hughes; baritons, Mr Morgan Evans; bass, Mr J. LI James. The whole was under the management of Mr Evan LeysLon, who has b.' this concert made his mark as the constructor, conductor, and teacher of choirs. The choir was nu nerous and in excellent trim, evidently woll trained by their young leader. May he have a long career of usefulness. The choir in answer to the baton of then' leader did their part exceedingly well. All seemed to enjoy the concert as a treat given by the choir of the chapel at Calvaria, and we look forward to many treats of a similar kind in times to come. Dr. Price must have felt gratified by being surrounded by such a host of young surroundings of Thursday, May 4th, 1882. Never did old Calvaria look more juvenile than then. APPOINTMENT OF HIGH CONSTABLE.—Mr Wm. Thomas, C.E., the retiring high constable, attended at the police-court, on Tuesday morning, and presented a list of gentlemen from whom the magistrates were to select his successor. After considering the names submitted, it was announced that Mr W. D. Williams, solicitor, had been chosen to hold the office for the current year- Mr Williams)s well known in the dis- trict, is the worshipful master of the St. David's Lodge of Freemasons (679), and we are sure tuat the appointment will give general satisfaction. POLICE-COURT.—Before proceeding with the business at the police-court on Tuesday the magistrates held a meeting for the purpose of appointing a clerk to the brewster sessions for the division of Miskin Higher. There were present Messrs J. Bishop (stipendiary), R. H. Rhys, D. E. Williams, James Lewis, D. P Davies, D Davis, W. T. Lawis, and D. A Thomas. A proposal having been made that Mr D. R. Lewis be appointed, Vir D. P Davies announced that Vlr Thomas Phillips was not a candidate for the post, and there would conse- quently be'no division. This statement was evidently a surprise, and what promised to be a contest resolved itself into a formal record ot appointment, and enabled those justices who merely stayed to vote to leave town by the 10.30 train. The magistrates on the bench wore I' Messrs J. Bishop (stipendiary), D. E Williams D. P. Davies, and li. Il. Rhys. A number of drunken charges and CdS3S. under tha Element- ary Education Act, were disposed of, but there was no matter of special interest. SCHOOL BOARD. — I he ordinary meeting of this Hoard took place on Friday, the 12th inst., when there were present Messrs. R H. Rhvs (chairman,) D. E. Williams, W. Little, W. Charles, D. P Davies. D. D;»vis, ( VJaesytfynon J Williams, Revs Dr. Price, B. Evans, and T Jones. The following reports of the Schools Management Committee were read "May 2'id. The committee carefully considered the applica- tions, together with the testimonials of 20 candidates for the appointment of certificated assistant master, and it was unanimously resolved that the following applicants be re- quested to attend before the Hoard: Arthur Gibbon, Cirencester; Daniel Davies. Llanon; Win. Lovett, Carmarthen; and Thomas Jones, Cwmaman. Aberdare. Ordered that a special meeting of thn Board be couvetied for Tuesday, May 9th, for the purpose of appointing an assistant master, and that the superintendent write to the four selected candidates requesting them to attend. Second-class fare to be allowed." "May 9th. At a meeting of the Schools Management and Finance Committee, the schedule of salaries and sundry accounts amountiug to f387 16s having been examined and approved they recommend that the same be paid. The committee recommend that a supply of slates be obtained for the various schools for the ensuing year. Recommended that the attention of the Board be called to the excessive consumption of water on the premises of the Town and Park Schools. Kecommeuded that the under-mentioned indentures be com- pleted Town schools—David Evans, Boys' department; Hannah Richards, Infants' do.; Jane Watkins, Infants'do. Blaengwawr — Jno L. Phillips, Boys' department (for three years) David thomas; Jano Mason, Girls' departmeIlt (for three years); Elizabeth Williams. Aber- nant-Thomas G. Picton. Penywdin Hanndh Jones." May 9th. Extraordinary meeting. A letter was received from Mr Win. Lovett, withdrawing his application for the post of assistant master. Mr David Davies, Llanon, and Mr Thos. Jones, Cwmaman, candidates for the appointment of assistant teacher, attended before the meeting, when the following appoint ments were unanimously made. at salaries of JE65 per annum, subject to the candidates sign- ing the Board's agreement, viz., Daniel Davies to the Park School, and Thomas Jones to the the Blaengwawr School. The candidates then signed their respective agreements, which had been previously read to over them, and the seal of the Board was affixed to both agreements by the chairman of the meeting." Mr J. Williams moved, and the nev. T. Jones seconded, and it was agreed, that the above reports be adopted. It was explained that the excessive consumption of water at the Town and Park Schools was caused by tho flushing of the closets, which was not the case at either of the other schools. The clerk read the following particulars relating to the grant obtained at the Town Schools: Total grant, boys £200 Is, against last year £ 208 14s; girls, £185 17s, last year JE161 15s; infants, £138 14s, last year £ 135 2s. Total this year £õ24 12s, last year £505 lIs. Deductions under Article 32a £26 14s 61; balance after re- ductions JE497 17s 61. Add for children's fees £ 4 9s. Total sum payable, £502 6s 6d. The following summary of H. M. Inspec- tor's report was also read: Boys School. —The high efficiency of the school has been well maintained. he Lumber of scholars above the third standard is steadily increasing and is now double what it was two years ago. The elementary work was throughout of a good quality, and the absolute lailures were few. The grammar and geography were on the whole highly creditable. Fifteen boys showed a very satisfactory knowledge of physical geography, The discipline would be improved byanrm exer- cise of the head master's authority. The singing was good. Girls school- Whlle tne boys have slightly fallen off in number the girls show an increase. The results are nearly of the same order of merit as last year. The passes were not always satisfactory, especially in the arithmetic of the upper standards and the spell- ing in the middle portion of the school; but OD the whole the arithmetic shows an improvement. The gramma'' was weak in the fifth standard, very fair in the other standards. The garments and specimens of knotting were abundant and good, but the test exercises were not quite so satisfactory, although more than deserving of a grant. "his is a good girls school on the whole. Infants' school —This school is on the whole, carefully instructed. The attendance at this department has been extremely irregular. The school feds for J. Eva' s, ii. Fry, J. Christmas, J Hughes, G, Jones, and S. M. Davies, have been allowed. F. W. Nicholls, J. M. Dayks, ¡ and F. LUCKS have passed well, and J. Burgess, J F. Phelps, il Arthur, M., Evans.audG. George fairly, but Burgess should attend to g^ograpuy. M. J Jones sho il 1 be iuformed that S:1e is now qualified under article 79, but not under article 60. E. Evans must .uake great progress or she will not obtain the recognition und^r article 7 ) J. M Bart's name his b -en removed from the register of pupd te ichers serving in this sc-iool. Mrs Edwards will shortly received hor certificate. The Cairman On the whole tt is a s.it.sfaciorv • report, but not so good as we could wish I think Virs Nicholls' attention should be called to the report of her school. There arn some weak points ill it. — Miss Morgan, who hii recently been appointed mistress of the HUen- gwawr School, sent in her resignation, and, on the motion of the chairman the Dr. Price, viessra. J. Williams and D. Davies 'Canton House.) were appointed a com'aitcee to _ro into the question, and ir they thought it neces-^rv advertise for a successor. Tne superintend jit (I, schools in his nmort complained of t'i<> nb-e ce, without notice, of some or the pupil teachers; the complaint was referred to the school management c Mnmittoe, the caairnun remark- ing that he would fine these pupils teachers Is each time they stopped away without perrlissiou. Iu some cases the lines would come to as much as the salary. —Tne huraitu now mov-.v! the rescinding of a resolution pissel some ti-no since, whereby the board had refused to in- crease tne salaries of pupil teacne; s wiio had failed to ptss. He found that it wonld be wrong to do this, as what h i I b 'eo taken as failures were simply remarks. In accord- dance with notice he now moved that iustpcvÍ of withholding the increase, they give tn >s-» teachers six montns* notice that unless they make up the lost time they should be dis- charged at the e id of tne year.' —Rev. Dr. Price in seconding the motion, said it was simply desired to free the hands of tho board, so that they might deal with each case as it ovue before them. The motion was adopted, it-W. R. Evans asked if the money kept back would bj rcfunde 1. The Chairman Only for t rs year. A". i> ia*s were ordered to be paid for salaries at too LLf- wain Joint Schools, £1 Õ 14s Wi; aad Dulfryu Joint Sch0ols. £101 Os 6d. The board shortly afterwards adjourned.
ABERDARE LOO vL B ) v.-ID OF HEALTH. The usual bi-monthly c eeting of the above board took place in the board-room, Town Hall, on Friday, the 12tn iuat, when there were present- Ilessrs. R. H. Rhys (chairman,) D. Davis (Mftesvffynon,) D E, Willia ns, D. P. Davies, D. Davies ("Canoa-street,) D. Davies (Canton House,) W Little, bJ. M. llann, T. Rees, J. Williams, and W. Tho nas. The minutes of tae last meeting were read and confirmed. FINANCE REPORT. The following balances appetred to the credit of the board in tne Treasurer's Pass Book: High-street Improve n'nt account £8-1 14s; Water Capital account. £ 3t>56 4slld; ^ewera^e Loan account. No 1, £977 14* f5d; do. No. 2, £2147 2s lOd l'he following debit appeared ;n the Treasurer's Pass Book, viz. General District <ate, JE1232 7s 3d. l'he accounts pre sented and ordered to be paid amounted to about £2"00, the following being ammgst tie principal items, viz., Mirthyr Local Board, £ S9J 0s 0 1; Public W >rks Loan B >ard, £ 271 17s 6d Atlas Assurance Co. £1600: Id Juo. Mackay, contractor, £86, INSPECTOR'S REPORT. The Inspector of Nuisances reported 22 fresh cases of scarlet fever visited during tho last fortnight, against 8 br the previous fort night, and 4 ieaths against 2 for the previous fortnight. j'e cases were situate as follows Cwradare 2, Gellv ishaf 3, i're.:yiior» 6. Town 2. abernant 2. Cw:nba a 5, Cap Coch 2. The deaths were situate as follows: Ovpinlare2, Trecynon 1 and Cvmbrh 1. Toe 2 at Cwm dare were from very old ctses. l'he other two had only been ill abont 5 days There were only four of the existing cases severe, the oth rs were doing favourably. I'iiaie had not bee ) a case of typhoid fevor or death luring the fort- night. The scavenging of the di strict was being fairly performed. The following drain con- nections h id been made since last Board meet- ing, viz 137 houses reported previously, 19 <2 total 2039 The Chairman How old are those two cases at Cwmdare. the Inspector: A couple ofmontha or niue weeks. Tne Chairman Then they are really not scirlet fever cases, but deaths from the after effects. A report from the Melical Officer with refer ene3 to fever c-nes having been read, at the suggestion of the Ohairmin, it w is ordered that the Clerk write t) the Medical OitLer and ask whether the deaths from those cases arose from scarlet fever or from the after effects. SUKVKYOK'S RTPOKT. The following was road: Surveyor's Office Town Hall, Aberlare. May 4th, '_882. To the Chairman and .\lembe n of lhi> Aberdare Loc il Boa, ri of lIeallh. Gentlemen, — Nuisances in CMdiff-road- Annexed I bog to submit reports on the nuisancos in Cardiff-road rep n'ted by the Inspector and which require for their abate- ment the construction of new drains. Hose and Reel House. — [ beg to report that the quantity of walliug in tile pine end and boundary wall of the house No 1. Station- street, the property of .\11' Wm. Pugh. of Llwydcoed, is 44 cubic yards. In accordance with the Board's instructions, I have conferred with Mr Jno. Morgan, Monk-street, as to tha amount ofoompensttion that should be paid b.' the Board for the use of such pine G.td and boundary wall and we are of opinio" that such amount should be .i 109::1 01 or at the rate of 9s 6d per perch for 22 perches. Private Drainage. —I nave received plans of private drains forjthe following houses and beg to recommend that the same be approved [Hera folio ws list J N u 'n ber of h ouses approved as above, 181; do. previously approve I, 22.36 total number of houses approved, 2438. —I have the honour to remain, gentlemen, your obedient servant, T. LL EDWARDS. On the motion of the Chairman, the report was adopted. THE SEWERAGE CONTRACT. The Chairman stated that Mr Harpur had signed for a claim of £1039 as payable to Messrs. Jones and Jepsoa, contractors for the main sewerage works. \J r Gery had, however, called his attention to the fact that the amount was not payable until the whole contract was com- pleted There were two contracts, Nos 1 and 2, but they really were one He (the Chair- man) mentioned the matter to Mr Harpur on Saturday, and he said that if that was the case the contractors must wait. He also spoke to Mr Harpur as to the probable amount that would bo required to complete the work: Mr Harpur thought £1000 would be sufnoient so that if they borrowed another £ 1000 for com- pensation, easements. &c., it would be suffici, ent to complete the whole of the sewerage. Mr Davies (Canon-street* asked if the Mountain Ash Board had contributed their portion. The Chairman said they had paid their pro- portion so far, but they would have to con- tribute towards this again. They had nothing to complain of the Mountain Ash people. They had the chairman of the latter board amongst them. It was ordered that the Clerk make applica- tion for £2000 on account of the loam of £25,000. the Chairman observed thai the amount already borrowed was £21,000, so that the cotal cost would be £2000 less than the estimate. He did not think, therefore, anyone had reason to complain. THE LATE FIRE AT THE POST OFFICE. The following communication was read from Inspector Thoruey: To the Chairman and Members of the Aberd,re Local Boaru of Health. I beg to report th*t a fire took place at half- past 1U pm, on the 17th ult., 1ll th Post Office, Aberdare. A light was observed m the otfioe i opposite the letter-box about halt past 10 p.m. and information was given to me I at once got the hose and re.d and was on tne spot in a few minutes. During the time myself and a Police constable were connecting the hose the. police burst iu the side of the door and found that tne fire was at the rear of the oJiJe lit tne corner by the fireplace. 'i'hev tnrew buckets or water on it and the fire was got under without the use of the hose, which was ready and a goo i supply of water. Wtien tne police entered bore was a Jargn lire in the gr./te, a quantity ot pipers and t'oe w r.'dwork in the ".rner by on fire. I sent ior Mr Aiorris from his house as soon as the fire was discovered, but it was got out b fore he arrived. I find there is no oue living on the premises, and had the fire occurred later iu the night it might have been disastrous. later in the night it might have been disastrous. file premises are insured. The estimated damage done by fire is £ 20.—I am, gentlemen, your obedient servant. JAMES THORNEY, Inspector. May 4th, 1822. The Chairman It is a very serious matter that a large fire should bo left in on the premises with no one taere. Mr D. Davis (Maesyffynon) remarked that it wis a public office, and hid the fire extended a quantity of important letters aud others docu- ments would no doubt have been destroyed, consequently the whole public wore interest* I. As a Boar l they w»uid havo no right to in- t-ri'-u-e i id it neon a p--ivafe h Hl'V. The Cuairmap VVe are de trly justified in taking so n stops i I toe in tter. ■ r Davis proposed that a copy of the I is?'ct r's report be sent to Mr Morris. L'tie Chairman: 1 think some steps should also be taken t > prevent the risk of a are of that sort taking place again after the office is close i Mr Davies ;Ca.iou-stre *t) The fire itstif will be suifioieot to prevent a repetition. It w is ordered that a copy of the report be sent to the pos'master. WATEii SUPPLY AT CVJIAMAN. A. letter was read from Me-srs. James & Co., solicitors, Mortuvr, stating that Vlr Wil- liams, ot Cwmneol, had handed them a notice fro n the Board to obtain a water supply to his houses at Cwmaman They had bad the water which at preseut suppliel toosa houses analysed and tney enclosed a cooy of Dr Dykb's analvsis They presumed tne Board would not proceed aU y further in persumce of notice. Dr Dyke reported taat ho Lul examined the water in question and considered it to be pure, wholesome, and tit for domestic use. Iu reply t ijjtfre Chair nan, the Surveyor stated that the w iter was not ou the premises. The matter was than a ijourued. THE ROBOTS ToWX BAIDES. Mr Davies iCanton House) agaiu ilr:w atten- tion to the state of the Rouerts Town B"idge. a Chairman suggested that the Surveyor should go and look it and see what was neces- sary to be done. The School Boarl laid out 110 upon it two years ago, und he did not think it ought to be a burden upon the parish. Mr J Williams considered it to be Capt. Roberts's duty to put it in repair, as he received the ground ,eat from the houses in that district. The Caairman: They should refuse to pay ground rent until he puts the bridge ill repair. They should do a little Irish b isioess. l'hero is no kind of claim upon th0 Boaid to do it; if there was a road on tue other side it would bo different Mr J. Williams He never will do it. the Cnair nan: I thiuk Mr Hoberts is morally liable and iflmeethiml shall toil him so. Mr Davies tuougut they should assist thu tena its in some way. l'he Chairman I believe there is a covenant in the leilsos to the effect that a proper road should be made. The original leases are very old. I had a groat deal to do with the valua- tion at the time. Let Mr Edwards go and look at the Oridge and we can send his ropjrt to Capt. lioberts. The Board then separated.
ODDS AND ENDS By THE MAN IN THE CORNER. Aberdare, if not able'to boast of its talent, has freq ieut opportunities of boasting of its pecu- liarities—for I understand some fair lnhabl tints concocted a Drawing room" party, aud deeded upon its taking place at one of the Blue Ltihbou establishments recmtly opened in the to wn. The day of tao meeting came arouud, and the party being, of course, a very select one their doings were supposed to be a profound =ecret but had it not been for a cupboard or an old fashioned clock case no one except tnem- ,o'vea would have known of it. However, the "lIboin the corner" gut into a nice easy position and can relate all tuat took place, but as I have some respect for the sail parties I will not make public any of their doings, in tae hope that they will next time "honor" me with an invito Nevertheless I cannot help pointing out, to the .i.C. tnat card tabies and c trds. or some other amusement, should be provided fir tho&e woo are not versed in the terp^icaoroao art an save tiiem tHe titie of "i>o £ ors-o i The party vvound up at a seasonable hour and alt wended taeir way homewards, including tae man in the corner," but 1 wouid advise the u in future to steer a straighter course than some of them di l considering tue position of tae small haud of the clock waen they broke up. I he excessive heat of tile last few days appears to have a wonderful effect upon the affections of soma of our young townspeople, and taking example iro n our Irish neighbours secret plots have been laid to have a regular set-to between two young men as to who will be bast man ill a certain love affair. Law may be strong, but cannot go ahead without money, so that I think in any trial of either strength or wit cash will prevail. Perhaps the coveted mai.ieu would prefer lov i to elttler lei w or cash However time will tell WHO wins, for love is as strong as death and jaalousy as cruol as the grave. I have always been taught that Churches and Chapels were intended for divine worship and not for the pursuit of woildly objects or the happy hunting ground for special amateur artists. I was greatly surprised to observe in a certain churcu in the town not two -Sundays ago t young man during the delivery of a very in teresting sermon to ordinary mortals, engaged ui scrutinizing the features of certain young ladies and transferring their physiognomies to paper for future reference. It may be that the individual referred to had been especially eugaged by somo of the enterprizing London papers, but I do think he could find an opportunity much more fitting for the perform- auce of nis avocation than in a church ou Sun. day. I have from a very good authority, as re- porters generally say, that a grand pic-nic in connexiou with one of our local clubs is to take place on Whit Monday, and I hope the man in tne corner will be favored with an invite. But whether he does or not, I trust everything will pass off coinfortably and not wind up like a certain pic-nic last summer, in which .lohn Barleycorn was made a bosom-friend, and the fair flowers had to take the young men by the hand inst ead of vice versa. No doubt my curious friends were disappoint ed in not finding me at the Park gate last Saturday week, as proposed, butif they will ob- serve my proposition I said I mat) be seen. As it was, four or five prominent individuals in local gossip visited the spot indicated, and the first arrival was dubbed with my uam" much to the enjoyment of the rest, and if he had not had a good pair of legs there is no doubt he would have been under a surgeon's care for a month afterwards. All is well that ends well."
SHAVINGS." Physical beauty has its province, be it in nature or in the masterwol-k-iiaaii. The beauty of scenery, the near and yet so far of creation. The winding valleys. the lowering hills, are each beautiful when at a distance, but when in the valley, or on the mountain top, the respective beauty of each is lost, indicating that to be amid beauty is to be lost to it. 'Tis distance lends enchantment to the view. Nearness, conformity, or continual harmony, are each displeasi g to the enjoyment of such. Variety and diversity are essentials to the appreciation of beauty. A mountain scaled is beauty lost to the scaler, or swallowed up in the new found beauty of the distant meads and far reaching plains. Physical beauty has its province, and I that is to coo [uer.^captivate, educe, the faculties possessing the degrees of sympathy, in man. Here beauty is more intricate, owing to the fondness and natural desire to see beauty in others than our own kind, and the, repugnance of enquiring for beauty within, arising from the fear of encountering moral blemishes and deformities, and consequently less appreciated The beauty of figure, form, and symmetry, are more or less appreciated by all but the inner beauty, the shekinah of man's higher nature, which occasionally flashes to the front with The playing of the s,.u: in tho eyes, the passion of the soul lingiug in the voice, or the .eloquence of:1:1 overawed, enraotuied. aud t:-nfranced soul sub luRd into silence by the greatness of it■< figures uuJ. revelation-. The meta^uysical beauty oftentimestransfigures the physic illy do formed, and unattractive cou it-mauce, by the irradiations of its heavmlv orgn The writer has see:, persons with expressions upon their faces in lifting, a:cc>diog t I the popular belief, day dreamers.' tha- tne ami is fixed on the far far away, an t lost in the mtiuite line of beauty, beautiful to them if not beatific. Milton's devout, p.ne. and pensive nun, with her looks conversing with '•he heavens, her en- raptured soul beaming and reigning in her eyes. Taere are others who a* e not nuns, woo, acc ¡rd- ing to scriptural language, are full of the Holy G iost, aId see tho K'n! in Ills b >auty. Wordsworto's eyes at no time-! bright, lustrous or piercing, at times assume i a most soiemu and spiritual aspect, tin light in tnem was no supoyfteitd ti"ari>ie :t light, .t was h;;ht Shir !t -v .-»■ \v:i^ In ;> i.ii'l. a ght fr un tue sp.ri u d e; u'uai far b, ond So Wita others, not writers oi poetry iiko Words- worth, the glow of t.ie real aadtastim; beauty 11 has played, from within outwards, with such magtuticentsplettdour and Curisilike aureola, that we thought they were gating fdje to face, like the art at God, tu Authhrofali beauty —the fet'leot Himself It is said of lenuy Lind—her features neither remarkable nor regu'a" t iat usi.j alone, aud not wonderfully tra[figured her Lee, to it it beca oe a glonh «l one it, c.teu became vent ibly transpare it, and tne soul within shone brightly through the earthly veil in a most en- chanting manner. So we have seen persons, not great singers li^o Jenny Lin 1. whose lives were full of music Hnd its abstract -beauty murmuring some fondly loved strains of Christian melody and tueir features hallowed with unusual radieuce, which emauat^d from the ialla irtat c-park, and stione with refulgent rays, bathing tile faces with a sacred lustre as if the eternal non-setting sun u -d beamed upon them In hub it seemed as if Tue veil of the Temple was reut in twain from the top to the bottom." Iu life ani in dentil, often- times, this metaphysical, supernatural, or physical beauty is the companion of man. "hus we see that one predo uiuates over the other, the physical unattractive is Ust in tile nalo of the soul'? outshining, jfot t io b ith are related, not of uocess.ty, nut iu sympathy. The ancients set tortii Oeauty by the medium of several figures, such as tue following — Una leading tae Lion, that is, fragile, deli- cate beauty and strong be.,uty, the latter captivated by the form u-, and the former pro- tected by the latter. < he marriage of Ye.,us and Vulcan set fortn the u. iion of beauty aud art, beauty and work, the abstract anl tae concrete; the for aet being the rewird of t .e latter, her beuity for his labour, a; .4 her love for his care. Thus we see tnat t ere was, and is. union and sympathy befw-e.t beauty and strength. This same union and sympatuy exist between beiuty and the suriounduig universe, though in lower degrees. Tue voices )f HJ..ltUl'fj' d nursery of beauty are as various as the voices of man's soul; and wli -[I tue final, tao sum nit of perfection and beauty, is called for, the v,,i:c -tj of nature ring in unison t >ge aer super ios." and then the soul rests wita the beautiful, the Creator oi all, IOLD BACH.
There was a Y'Hln! servant of Fife, Whose corns were the plague of her life, For boots she wore 44 mastery bit with Allcock's Corn Plaster She now gets on those of his wife. ALLCOCK'S OORV PLATERS AR3 now admitted by tens oi thiusaikls t^'b.; the bjst cure for corns ever made. TheytylAy the pain of the worst corn as if by magic, and Efij tightest bOJts can be worn with ease. THE A. H. TASTELESS, CASTOR OIL. 44 la absolutily pure, aim >st colourless, and free from disagreeable tas e or nmeli, ¡¡¡""is taken by children and adults with lilt the sJtfh'est ditfi ;uUy. Its aperient effects are unqae jf,n .t>le." — Lancet In Botties Gd.j Is., Is 9d. a id 9s. Ask your chemist to procure it if pllt in stock. Sole Manufacturers, ALL KM and MAN KU'tY.-), London. KEVTING S t'oWDER," so celebrate 1 and p,-r- fectly unrivalled in destroying Bucs, K, EAS BEKTLES. MOLTOF, and all i) sects, whilst quiat harmiess to dom^tic animals, is sold in (id. and Is. tins by all Chemi.%s, ■ It is clean in use All furs add wollens sho&fd be well powdered before putting away. Beware of itn t itions.
TAFF VALE RAILWAY. DOWN. Week Days. SoNt la. m a.m. jp. m. p.m. p.m. a.m. Merthyr. -.7 50 10 35 1 20 3 50 K 5<> 9 10 froedvriiiw 57 10 42 1 27 .1 57 6 57 0 17 Quaker's Yd J 3 9l0 54|l 3:> 4 9 7 9 9 29 Aberdare 7 oO 10 35]I 20 3 50 6 45 9 10 Trea i.«n 7 54 10 39 1 24 3 54 6 49 9 14 VlouriUin Asti 8 2 10..4711 32 4 2 6 58 9 22 \lier 'nre J. ■ 8 in 11 l l 4fi 4 16 7 16 9 36 Treheri.ert 7 4:' 10 25jl lo 5 30 6 30 8 55 Ti-^iirky 7 41 10 2.}jl 14 3 34 6 34 6 59 V>tra,l 7 49 10 1 19 3 39 6 40 9 5 Llwynpia. 7 5 10 do I 25 3 45 6 47 9 12 ''HO-IV .8 2 lo 47 1 32 3 52 0 54 9 19 Fernd.de 7 40 10 25 3 30 fi 33 Porth 8 7 10 52 1 37 3 57 7 0 9 25 il-ihxl 8 13 10 58; 1 43 4 3 7 7 9 3^ P,<nfypri<M d B 23 11 12 1 53 4 28 7 28 9 4§ 1'iv forest 8 32 11 162 2 4 32 7 32 9 52 L' nitwit Cro-:s fnn fir Llantrissant Llmtr,9*nt, for G.W.R. Kail. n' Walnut r.Jnc. 8 44 11 29 2 14 4 44 7 44 10 4 Li a ,da,f 8 53 11 38 2 23 4 53 7 53 1013 Cardiff. 9 0 11 45 3 30 5 0 8 • 1020 UP Week Days. SIN 4.m. am p. m. p. >n p tn.la. m Cirditf H 7i]o 45 I 25 3 40 6 43 9 if LiHil'! iif 8 15110 53 1 33 3 48 6 53 9 2"- Aainut;r..Jnc 8 26110 59 t 44 4 4 7 1 9 31 Lll)tr!9:rO to, G .v R Rail Criss Inn for Liatitrissant Llant wit Trefureat 8 35 11 13 58 4 *8 7 13 9*45 Pontvprid I •• 8 41 U 19 I 59 4 14 7 I99 5C H:tfud 8 4 i 11 20 2 0 4 30 7 38 9 5s P'irth 8 54 11 32 2 "12 4 42 7 44 10 4 Ferndale .9 15 U 53 5 3 8 5 ^"r'v 8 59 U 37 2 17 4 47 7 50 10l« LUvy„pia.9 5 11 43 2 23 f 53 7 56 IQK VsiraJ 911111 492294 59 8 3 182? T-orkv 9 Ui l.l 51 2 3t 5 4 8 9 1021 IVeherhert 9 20 11 58 2 33 5 8 S 13 103; V'erlare.Jun. 8 51 11 2.9 2 9 4 24 7 29 10 ( V1-unt.aiti Ash 9 3,11 11 2 21 4 36 7 42 1011 J'reamin 9 12|U 50 2 30 4 45 7 51 101! \l>er Jam irr. 9 lf>| 11 512 34 4 49 7 55 102 JuaKer'- V.l.) 8 57 11 35 2 15 4 30 7 35 10 1 Tr .e lyrl.iw 9 10 ll 48 2 28 4 43 7 48 101! -r'hyr 9 17111 55 2 3 4 50 7 55'l«2: 1 h e Pu :ilisV. rsdonot hold themselves respo or inv inaccur icy that may occur in the a dthough they are published with as mac as iossible in order to ensure correctness
AN EPISTLE TO J. B. My dear Cos, Though its uncommon lite, I'll writi this night as Surti as fate, Or else I'll be foresworn For every day and night gone by And weeks and moutus iiave heard me cry- I'll write, Cos, in the morn." Procrastination, wheedling mud, You've always been my bone, You're dull and deaf, and all but staid, For once let me al.me. Or else I'll up and crack m whip, Though you shoil 1 rage and tear, And turn my toe, and up you trip. And help you down the stair. Your letter came and I would fain, But out on you, and out again. y Why did you tot come North ? I would have liked to shake your hand, On th it sulo of the Forth. Ah well, ah well, It makes no odds, 1 will not mourn nor gre,it, It wouldn't do, so many a road For su'ih wej fury feet, To tr vel o'er. rol ail the time. If ti.JU O!'Olq'Gt't N ll' s w:t\ thJe Thii .ine is jasc put in for r;-L, ma) He nappy -and forg.ve me. Eh, Cos, I have crossed the liue To my own native land and thine, And will its beauties scan: Its fairy homes, all charming fair, Its hiils that reach, goodness knows where, Its rivers, cttaracts, and all, Alld more than I can name, Its many a fi;i6 tinkling fall. The Wales of song. tne ho de of htlno. With its and glades, dells and diles. Its mountains bleak and bare, Its wh'sp'riug sounds of Zephyr gales, Aud its, ah, I have you thtJrlj- Its Leek! as the name ou my ears fails I see back strong aud clear, I hear the Cymrv's fearless calis, The clash of pike and spear Rings to try heart. Our sores are roaad, Our land becomes a stoned ground Each hill and we.ituered scar Gives voice, and seems to grow in size Aud grandeur before my eyes, And flings its shadow far Across the world. Other lands become A place we'd cover wita our thumb, Cornt)are-I to Cyjaru then. The little history we've made Is bound within the Cymru's glade And writ by Cymric men. And Britain views her fields and cries- I giv" ye pence bid plenty rise. From swelli g sea to sea! Who dares to raisj an angry word, Or o'er you shake a threatening sword, vl ust square accounts with me. Ah well, when 1 get on this strain Methinks I'd write it o'er again My heart burns so within. For is not ours Caradoc s land, Caswallon's and his loval baud, And Loyal Llewelyn ? But I mu3t end, I did intend To give you lots of news, I thought not then of how my pen Would be led by the muse. All brightest hopes be always thine, Love shine on tuee for ever, And in tny choice, sweet cousin mice, Be He" whomsoever, May peace and plenty, love and life Exist through death together. Love to all, a, d love's light, Fair cousin mine good-night, good-n:ght. low BACH.
ACVriT -To ALL WHO \RK SOFFEKIN TH "rrors and in liscretions ofj^outh, weakuesH, early decay, loss or manhood, & s lid a rec.ipf. th^t will pare you, FR CH ARCT3 This great remedy was disco1 a mis-io'iarv in Sopt^America. Set addressed "ivelopetorhg REV. J OSEPa: T. Station D, iVmv Yrrk City, U.S.A. The most wholesome and nutritious of tions is fir less consumed than it would bi not for the greatly adulterjOed articles so th« name of chocolate. ,1.:vel',Y cake of C b^arin^ the name o| Oadbur is guaranteed sis* solely of pure CQCQ& and white sugar, 1 therefore be given to^hildren wi'h perfeci Chocolate maker.! by special appointmei Qnoen. In the Roval Xjanndrjes RECKITT' BLUE has been used for adme years owi unsurpassed beauty and delicacy of colo the I economy in/ts use. It can be el t'ro.n all Grocers «ud Oilmen, &c., &< TLdlowa t' 1 Oln'ment and Pills effect. ful cures for bad leg's and old wound Ointment is detergent and these I true alteratives If they be used a, to the directions which are wrapped rou pot aad box, there is no wound or ulcer. obstinate, but will yelld to their curati perties. Numbers of persons who ha' patients in the lar?e hospitals, and un cafe of eminent surgeons, without dern least benefit, havo beah cured by Hoi Ointment and^Pills, when other remedi signally failed". For glandular swellit diseases of the slfiiinhere are no remedi can be used witt^#) good an effect. H they a e yet powerful and though t' they effect, is rapid, it is also oompit permanent. "THEY OANMOT ALL LIE," was the obt of one while rea ling the'endless testim D>\ Bardsley's Antibilioa^-Pills. They are i Sold by all Chemists iiy Boxes at 13Jd ar B«x sent poat free "on ceipt of 15 or 35 Will. Mather, Whola^fie Druggist, Manche! .1. WHO IS NOT INOHEDULOU-3 f I do not word of it -a word of what? That Catarr cmwl. Well, sir, here is a chance. Try 5 Celeb vote 1 Comh Pil)s. Sold by all ChI Boxe-s at 13jd. and ?« 9d. Box sent posl receipt of 15 or 35Wampb. tV m. ulather, ale Dru'jr^i t. Manchester. THROAT AFFECTIONS AUD HOAMITIQUS- fenng from irritation of the throat*'and he WJ !1 be agve'-ably surprised at thialmost in rt !:ef afforded by the use of/ Brown's I 1 rooties." These famous lqffenges are no* most respectable chemists if this country at per box. People trouhled^with a "hacking per box. People trouble, it a "hacking a slight cold," or bronchial affections, eai them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed greas, result in setioua pulmonary and Asthma tions. See that the words "Brown's Bronchial 1 are on the GoveVnthent 8tamp around eacl Prepared by JoHif I. BROWN k SONS, Boat. European depot removed to 33. Farringdoi London. WATS NM TAPEWORM SPECIFIC.—T. J from Huddersfield, Dec. 8th, 1878. You worm Spec fis' aame duly to hai/^and w exacth as directed, at 11.10 a.m* the enti was voided, measuring 15 feet. am trulj ful for the rerrie ly and leave you at perfec to publish my letter. Of all 0hemiats priCE by post, 3s. WATSON'S SPECIFIC POWD pleasant but effectual mmady for Thread w Roundworm, Ndi 1 faduUs). No 2(childrei Is l./d. by pos&ls. 3p. Prepared only Watson. Chemist, S|iirf'y, Yorkshire, whoi arfd atlirexs (ire Prhxed on the (iffvemmen round each genuine bottle ami packet. C post free, [ on Ion Depot 95, t'arringdoi E.C. PLORILINB I-Polt THB TEETH AHD BRB few drops of the liquid" FloPline" sprint wet tooth-brush produces a..fileaaant latbei thoroughly cleanses the te«fth from all para impurities, hardens the gains, prevents tart, dic.ty, gives to th. teethe peculiar pearly-wl arid a delightful fragraryfie to the breath. It all unpleasautvOdour arising from decayed tobacco smoke. The fragrant Fioriline," bei posed in part of Hooey and sweet herbs, is del the taste, and thejfvfcatest toilet discovery of Price 2a. 6d., of al! Chemists and Perfumers. eale depot removed to 33, Farringdon Road, I New Damson and Plum now read for Hartley's and pee that you get allowed upon eac4 ^Hartleys 2lbs jars. TALUABLB DISCOVERT FOR THE HAIR.—] hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, ui Mexican Hair Renewer," for itjtnll positively in every can Grey or White Aatr to its original without leaving the disagpSeable smell oi "Restorers." It makes themaircharmingly be M well as promoting the growth of the hair epota, where th& glands are not decayed. Ai Chemist for THK M$ £ ICAN HAIR RENEJVEJ by Chemists and Perfrimers everywhere at 3s. Bottle. W boleml^upot removed to 33, Fan Road, London. FR >M OBSERVATIONS, Takefffrom time under the microscope, of/the blood of using Dr. Bardsley's Antibilious Pills, fftof has been obtained df the steady reir disease ( and dead bloqd particles, and the tution of vitalised discs, so necessary to structian of heaUhy uauscle. Sold by all C in Boxes at '3J(i apcl 2s. 9d. Box sent p on receipt «f l\/or 35 stamps. Wm. Wl-ilesalp Drugn'st, Manchester. ADVICE TO MOTHERS!—Are you broken i rest by a sick child suffering with the pain of teeth ? Go at once to a chemist and get a bo MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING GFRRPP. It will the poor sufferer immediately. It is perfectly less and pleasant; to tasife, it produces n quiet sleep, by relieving t)he child from pain, S little cherub afrakes /4s bright M a buttoi soothes the child, it softens the gums, all; pain, relieves wind, jfegulates the bowels, and best known rented^ for dysentery and dia whether arising ftam teething or other causes Wmslow s Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine everywhere at Is. lid. per bottle. '1-. -+- -=- AUERDARE Printed and Published by REBECCA JON THEOPMLRS LINKS JONES at the AD] TIMES OFFICE, Commercial-place, Aboro the County of Glamorgan. Saturday, May 20th, 1882.