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Tabernacle Congregational Church, ABERDARB. PATRONS: The Right Hon. LORD ABERDARE. HENB5T RICHARD, Esq., MP. UHAS. H. JAMES, Esq., M.P. MRS. THOMAS, Ysguborwen. It. H. RHYs. Esq., J.P., Plasnewydd. JAMES LEWIS. Esq., J.P., Plasdraw. D. E. WILLIAMS. Esq.. J.P., Hirwam. THOS. WILLIAMS, Esq., J.P., Hertliyr. W. POWi-XL, Esq., J.P, Hirwain. R. EDWARDS, Esq., J P., Vedwhir. D. P. DAVIES, Esq., J.P., Ynyslwyd. MAJOR POWELL, Aberdare. DR. E. JONES, Tymawr. "W. THOMAS, Esq., Brynawel.rjf B. RICHARDS, Esq., Oanon-^Greet. — I ■' BAZAAR JJfD FANCY FAIR In aid of t|ie extinction of the debt of the above ^Church will be held, at the Temperance Hall, ABERDARE, On Tuesday, Wednesday Sf Thursday, the 6th, 7th, Sf 8th June Next. The Bazaar will be opened on TUESDAY, June $he 6th, at 2 p m., by JAS. LEWIS, Esq.. J.P., i'lasdraw. tiJlections of Vocal and Instrumental Music will ba rendered daily by the Aberdare Orchestral Society, the Volunteer Band, and an United Choir. ADMISSION: 2 to 6 p.m. 11; after 6 6d., each day. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are required for the NEW JL CHURCH at Abetfamao, near Aberdare. For further particulars apply either to Mr. J. NOEL, Aberaman War&s, or to E. H. L. BARKER, Esq., Architect, 1, Palace Yard, Hereford. SEEDS1 SEEDSI SEEDS I T. WHITTY EVANS BEGS to inform the Public that he has just recaived an entirely NEW STOCK of all 'kinds of GARDEN SEEDS from the beat London Growers, viz., Giant Musselburgh Leek, Lon- don Flag Leek, White Globe Onion, Tripoli ditto, White Spanish ditto, Blood Red ditto, Taylor's Broad Windsor Beens, Green Windsor ditto, Long Pod ditto, Champion of England Peas, Daniel O'Rorude ditto, Dwarf Peas, Lettuce, Radish, Extra Curled Parsley, Mustard. Cress, ^Parsnips, Carrot^ Turnip^, Savoys, Broccoli, Couliflower, CelerA Cucumber, Wheeler's Im- Serial Cabbage, Sut$on'« Champion purple top wede, Mangolds' SB&llots, Potatoe Onions, Scarlet Runners, American White Seeded Tenners, Tanners, Superphosphate i '• is" .v Liii L- Seeds at moderate prices, iiy reoomrooliihd by all purchasers of last An eurl 1 is respectfully solicited; NOTE THE ADDBESS T. WHITTY EVANS, Chemist and Seed Dealer, Commercial Street, Aberdare. FLOWER, VEGETABLE, AND JARM SEEDS, The Largest md Best Stock in Town. A LL SEEDS, G UARANTE&B NEW. POTATOE SEEDS in priipe condition, viz., JL Magnum Bonum, School Master, Ashleaf, climax. Beauty of Hebroo,.American Rose. Shrubsy Spruce, Scotch Fir, Quick's Fruit Trees, Roses, on the shortest notice from E Williams. Nursery, Carmarthen. "I have examined your New Stock of Flower, Vegetable,\nd FarmSeeds, and found them in good condition, of.fine quality and true to name. I 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- nant House, Aberdare." NOTE THE ADDRESS :— 'DANIEL TUDOR WILLIAMS, SEED MERCHANT, Medical Hall, Gadlys-road, & WMteombe St ABERDARE. THE OLDESTIRISHWHIS KEY IN THE MARKET. JJ A_J\| JN THS PUREST AND MOST A/AX,L1 WHOLE^0SFE. BOTTLED IN^R.M. CUSTOMS SCORES. OUE QUABITY ONLY, for Home w Trade&E^ortation.THE BEST. ca85^ containing Two IM- TELFTAL GALLONS each. Reg\J)Ár quality and ABSOLUTE PuafTY are guaranteed by the sole shipper?, lA/UIQrCV /AMES WILSON & SON, Hnlu^tlf BELFAST. J/ BANN WHISKEY MAY BE — OBTAINED FRoM WINE MER- CHANTS EVERYWHERE. FOR ABERDARE W, P. OA- Rock Brewery. PHCTOGEAPHY. MESSRS. FLOOkS ^WALKER BEG to announce that thewliave OPENED their STUDIO at 13a, IcANON STREET, And trust that, by production of First Class Work combined with Moderate Charges, they will merit a share of patronage and support. Portraits in any styl^of the art from Locket Size to 4 ft. by 3 ft. Oil Paintings on Canvas, Water Colouring,&c. •C. D. V's. -so 6d. er doz., 3s. half doz. 'Gems 9 for Ad. f NOT HE ADDRESS • — FLOOKS & WALKER, 13a, Canon Street, Aberdare, Nearly opposite the Welsh Harp Inn. FOR. DYEINO AfAOME. CRAWSHW'Si In Packet* 1d.,2d.,3d. d6d.ejtch 8entby post for one stamp exfra. I 1 P" ANYONE CAN U«E TffEM. I IhW Ribbons, Feathers, N Ti, Dresses, Ac., may lie made look equal to new. One BixpSlM^ Packet will Dye a Lady's Dress. 6. Crawshaiv d. Co., 80, Fann St., Aldersgate St., LONDON. E.C. AND OF ALL CHEMISTS. EKVOUS AND PHYSICAL DEBILITY XM A gentleman, havingftried in vain every advertised remedy, has? discovered a simple means of self-cure. He. will be happy to for- ward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.- Address, Mr. J. T. SEWEDL, Mayville, Hammersmith, London, W. WANTED.—Energetic den as Agents and] Canvassers, g<^fl Commission given, Apply A. and GL Ijjylor, Photographers, 27, Whitcombe-8treet,W>erdare. ACTIVE MEN, AborrfSVe and throughout the UNITED KINGDOM, having'tin e to call on Shops, will hear of a profitable AGENTCT on wi'it\^f to M., 20, High Holborn, London. I New Clothing for Whitsun. JONES & SONS, THE Aberdare Clptfiiers, BEG to announce having*]ust returned from London and othermaffkets and are now pre pared with the Nost EXjgfELLEN T STOCK, of Ever offered in Aberdare, for Men and Boys of all ages, at prices lower than any other establish- ment in the town. Remember at JONES & F-ONS, Canon-street, -A. 3 E IR.ID £ 3. To be Sold by Private Contract, THE following desirable LEASEHOLD HOUSES and PREMISES, Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8, Oxford-street, Aberdare. Nos. 6, 7, and 8, which are Private Houses, produco an annual Rental of Y,7 16s. Od. each. No. 5, which is a Shop, is now let to Mr. John Thomas Lewis, Grocer, at the annual Rental of£t3. All the above houses are Substantially built and in good repair, considerable outlay having recently been made therein, and being in the vicinity of the Gadlys Cdnieries, always com- j mand good tenants. The property is hem for the residue of a term oi 99 years, at &a anuual Ground Rent of £ 4 4s. 4d. To suit the yonyenience of Purchasers, the premises will be*§tfld either as a whole of separ- ately. in which latter case the Ground Rent will be apportioned. A desirable opportunity now occurs for an artizan wishing to purchase a dwelling house for his own residence. For particulars apply to Mr. Thomas Evans, No. 6, Gadlys Terrace, or to Mr. R. Orton Gery, Solicitor, Aberdare. I^aPORTAlT$AJL1 £ To Contunsseurs of Antiques, China, and Curioiity Dealers, the Gentry and others. MR. T. W. EVANS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. David Hart, who is leaving the neighbourhood (Lease of Premises having expired) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCIION, on the Premises, 11, CANON STREET, Aberdare, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 14th and 15th JUNE, 1882, and following days, the whole of his very Anti lue, Oak, and Beautiful FURNITURE and the Entirety of his Effects,among which will be found, fine old Oil Paintings by Rubens, Claud, Morland, Whoverman, Mullear, and other old modern masters; English En- gravings, Oleographs and Chromos; old Chelsea, Worcester, Bristol, Swansea, Majolica, Oriental, and other antique China, and superior cut Glass; brilliant Plate Pier Glasses, 70 by 50, in massive gold frames Mahogany Ward- robe, with Plato Glass Door, large size; Mahogany Duchess Dressing Tables, with large Mirrors attached, Mahogany Wash stands, with Marble Tops, Alexandra Chest of Drawers en suite Spanish Mahogany, Arabian Bed Stead, Brass Rail Tops Bed Steads, Feather Beds, Palliasses, a very large size Cheval Glass, Plate 50"by 24, Walnut Drawing Room Suite, Rose- wood Card Table, Rosewood Whatnot, a lady's fancy Work t able, in cross grained Maple, very rare, a lady's very beautiful Work Table, in- laid with 40,000 pieces of wood. This table was manufactured by Mr. Hart; it obtained a first-class silver ipedal wherever it was ex- hibited. Oak Cabinet, beautifully carved with large Allegorical figures supporting the upper part, and the doors of the lower part are carved, with Baskets of Fruit and Flowers, the centre Loo l'able en suite extends, and will dine 30 people, the centre Pillow is magnificently caived, at the base of which are four carved Animals; very fine English and French Clocks, Time Pieces, and Swisa Regulatora, Ornamental articles of vertu and art, Brussels Carpets and Hearth Rugs, Fenders and Steel Fire Irons, Ivory balanced handle Knives, about 100 ozs. of Silver, very superior electro-plated Spirit Stands, Cruet Frames, Spoons, Prongs and other articles, a fine Dinner Service, a do., a Worcester Breakfast Service, richly gilt and beautifully hand-painted, a do., a China'Desserc Service, pink and gold beautifully hand-painted, cut-glass Decanters, Port, Sherry, Champagne, and other Glasses, four doz. silver handle Knives in Mahogany Case, a large set of Ivory Chess Men, beautifully carved, a very large Magic Lantern, with slides complete, subjects Abyssinia and Zulu Wars, a superior Iron Safe, two. drawers with duplicate keys, a small Library of Books, among which will be found a Welish and Latin Grammar, a Welsh and Latin Dictionary printed in the fifteenth century, the first copies printed in Wales, a superior Kitchen ilresser with drawers and enclosed Cupboards, one do. do., a Sewing Machine by Howe, and an assemblage of interesting objects, Culniary Utensils, and a variety of useful miscellaneous effects, the whole of which will be sold. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 O'CLOCK EACH DAY. The Auctioneer calls special notice to this Sale, it being one out of the common, and Worthy the attention of collectors and general public. Private View on Monday and Tuesday, the 12th and 13th of June, 1882, by Catalogue only, to be obtained of the Auctioneer and on the Premises, 11, Canou Street. Offices, 14, Commercial Street, May 10th, 1882. Form A.L. NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN that the Friendly Sisters' Society, Register No. 1417, held at the Fothergill's Arms* Aberdare, in the County of Glamorganshire^ is Dissolved by Instrument, registered at/this Office, the 16th day of May, lb82, unless within three months from tha date of the- Gazette in which this advertisement appears, proceedings be commenced by aunembef or other person in- terested in or having any claim on the funds of the ^eciety to se^urae such dissolution, and the same be set asiae accordingly J. M. LUDLOW, Chief Registrar of Friendly Societies. 28, Abingdon Street, Westminster, the 16th day of May, 1882.

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