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MUSIC-INSTRUMENTAL & VOCAL. MISS CROOK, No. 17, New Castle Street, Merthyr Tydfil, I-? ESPECTFULLY announces that she con- '2. **ve Private Lessons on the PIAXO- *1 ■a HARMONIUM, and also teaches the and practice of Music in Vocal Score.-For terms, AC., apply at the above Address. 8 C H O L A. STIC. BELLE V U E VILLA, CEFN. MISS "SADLER T> ECEIYES Young: Ladies to Board and Educate on the following terms (inclusive) per 2JQUT2Q1 Pupils above 1! years Junior Pupils 27 Little Boys under 9 years 24 Subjects: Thorough Bnsrlish, Music, French, Drawing, amd Dancing. Music Master. Mr. EDWARD LAWRAjfCB. French and Drawing do Monsieur GAMBIER. ITHEN YOU ASK FOR glenfield STARCH SEE THAT YOU GET IT, As inferior Kinds are often Substituted for the sake of extra profits. 4907 TOE SALE, A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE; outside measurement, 2 feet wide and deep, and *2 feet 6 Tydfil* HIGH" "APPLY TO FAITRA>"T & FROST, Merthyr BILL-POSTING IN MERTHYR CHRISTOPHER PULMAN, BILL-POSTER & Tows CRIER, 17, Victoria-street, Merthyr, undertakes Bill-postinsr and Distributing throughout the town and neighbourhood. 4905 All Orders by Post or otherwise carefully attended to. MR. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Professor of Music 'Conservatorium of Music, Leipzig1, and Organist of St. David's Church, Merthyr. begs to announce that he is prepared^ to receive additional Pupils for Pianoforte, Harmonium, Singinsr, Harmony Lessons, *c. and also to accept Professional Engagements for l/Onoerts during the present Season. Aberdare and Cefn, &c., Arc., visited every week. Fer terms apply at 2, Courtland Terrace, Merthyr. 4908 PONTYPRIDD UNION. NURSE WANTED. THE GUARDIANS of this Union will, at their Meeting on the 27th dar of March jiv* proceed t« tho election of a NURSE <v. Lnis Union Wf'Vnoil proceed to tho election of a NURSE <v. Lnis Union with Board, Washing, and iates must be single women, .<lL encumbrance, between the *gos of 25 and 45 years, and competent to discharge the dufieq of the Office as prescribed by the Orders of the Local Govern- meat Board. A preference will fee given to candidates who unaerBtand midwifery. Applieations, in the handwriting of the candidates (stating aile, past and present engagement, with recent testimonials as to character and competency,) to be for- warded to me or before Tuesday, the 26th day of March instant. By Order of the Board. » E. C. SPIL'KETT, Clerk. Pontypridd Union, 4th, March, 1S72. MR. THOMAS B. HEPPEIL, MINING NGINEER, SURVEYOR, ESTATE AGENT, tCc. OFFICES 48, GLEBELAND STREET, MERTHYR TYDFIL. BRYNHYFRYD HOUSE, CEFN, NEAR MERTHYR, MISS BROAD, of Bath, assisted bv her sister, Miss KATE BROAD, receives Younsr Ladies to Beard and Educate. The Misses B., from their long experience in Tuition in England, France, and ( lermany, can offer the advantages of a thorough sound English education, combined with French, German, Music Sing- lag, Drawing, and Dancing. Great attention paid to the home comforts and health of the Pupils. Private Lessons given in any of the Accom- plishments. Terms on application. 493s FOR SALE, ON HIGHLY ADVANTAGEOUS TR-VH, SOME NEW AND VERY BEAUTIFUL PIANOFORTES Enquire at the Residence of MB. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Trijcttor of Music and Orgwnist of St. David's Church.) ADDRESS :— 4008 2, COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. APARTMENTS TO LET. TO BE LET, at Cefn, near Merthyr, a Parlour and Bedroom, well furnished, suitable for a single weri tle ma.. -Apply to A. B.C., Post-office, Cefncoed, near Merthyr Tydfil. GENERAL SERVANT. WANTED, a GENERAL SERVANT, capable of Cooking. Also a NURSE.—Apply to Mrs. R. EDWARDS, Draper, Merthyr. ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND. CARDIFF MEETING 1872. PRIZE Sheets for STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, JL and COTTAGES, are now ready, and will be for- warded on application to H. M. JENKINS, Secretary. 12. Hanover Square. London, W. PONTYPRIDD UNION. ALL persons desirous of Contracting with the Board of Guardians for the Supply of the following PROVISIONS, and other Articles hereunder mentioned, or any of them, to be delivered free of cost at the Union AVorkhouse, and to the Out-door Paupers, in such quanti- ties weekly as may be required, for the Three Months ending the 26th day of June, 187i, are requested to send to the Workhouse Sealed Tenders for the same, endorsed- Tender for Provisions," or Clothes, as the case may be, on or before Monday, the 25th instant, and which Tenders will be opened by the Guardians on the 2ith instant. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Bread, Flour, Oatmeal, Milk, Butter, Potatoes, Peas, Groceries, Bacon, Beer, Porter, Wine, Brandy, Gin, Coal. Clothing, Drapery, Hosiery, Sheets, Blankets, Counterpanes, Boots, Shoes, Clogs. Accounts for Goods supplied to out-door Paupers to be sent in to the Relieving Officers weekly, in the prescribed form, and for the Workhouse, at the end of the quarter. Tenders will only be received in the forms prescribed by the Board, which may be had on application at my Office. E. C. SPICKETT, Clerk. Dated 12th March, 1872. BOARD '• "'FALTII ELECmT j, TO .• i -T T" • Ab .11 the repress.Lt- t. • „ above Board, I beg to J—Ji for the honour of being your Rev jfindu'.i., crusting that the spccial qualifica- tion which I flatter myself to possess is of sufficient im- portance to enable you to support me with your Vote and influence. I am an old Ratepayer of Merthyr, and have been in business as a Builder and Contractor for over 34 years. I have a thorough and practical knowledge of several important branches of work carried on by the Local Board, and for which a large sum of money is annually expended. Believing that you consider that some of the members of the Board should possess a qualification of this kind, I do not hesitate in offering you my services and experience. Should you honour me with your support, and return me as your Representative. I will gladly devote the necessary time and attention for the purpose not only of carefully watching matters in connection with ti e progress of our public works, but of improving the sanitary condition of the town, and of reducing, as far as practicable, the Rates of the Parish. I remain, Fellow-Ratepayers, Your ebedient Servant JOHN GABE, Builder. Thomas Town, Merthyr, 4th March, 1S72.





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