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MERTHYR TYDFIL UNION. CONTRACT FOR SUPPLIES FOR THE WORK. HOUSE, MERTHYR, AND THE ABERDARE INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL. THE Guardians desire TENDERS for the JL Supply of Sides of Beef, and Legs cut close tothe romp. Mutton, Pork. Bacon (Stretford and Cumberland cut, and Bellies.) Bread, Flour (plain tie), Oa^neal (Irish). Potatoes. Coal, (in truck loads at the railway stations), Coke, Small Coal, and Firewood. Butter, and Cheese. Out-door Supplies, at Mertfryr, Dowlais, Hirwain, Aberdare, and Afountain Ash. Beef, and Mutton—Best quality. The Tenders, to be fWThree Months only, viz., June 26th, 1885, to September 29th, 1885, both inclusive. All goods to be delivered at the Workhouse, or at the Aberdare Industrial School, at the Option of the Guardians. Payments quarterly, but Bakers, Butchers, and Grocers may drawy'on account once in the middle of the quarter. Tenders to be sent in on ot before FRIDAY, Jun/ 19tb, 1885, in the Forms to be had on/application to the Master at the W orkhoaseyor at the Aberdare Industrial School, who will furnish all other particulars. Goods not in the above list can be seen in the forms of Tender. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Tenders, unless received on FRIDAT, June 19th, at Six p.m., will not be opened. By order, FRANK JAMES, Clerk. High-street, Mertbyr, 1st June, 1885* No goods to be supplied, or work done for the Workhouse or Industrial School without a written Order, signed by the Clerk. All account for the June quarter to be made up 'to Jane 22nd, and sent in to the Master by that day. WANTED, LADIES and YOUNG MEN, v T j to take pleasant Work at their own homes!; 2s. to 5s. a day easily made: work sent by Patcel Poet; no canvassing.—Lorraine and Forresiton, Hastings. I W. 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