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MUSIC—INSTRUMENTAL & VOCAL. MISS CROOK, No. 17, New Castle Street, Merthvr Tydfil, V? FSPECTFULLY announcps that she oon- wr\vhrvne!t ™ K1™ Prf'ate Lessons on the PIANO. FOBfTE and HARMONIUM, and also teaches the rnllmenta and practice of Music in Vocal Score.-For tenD., kc-, apply at the above Address. WHEN YOU ASK FOR GLEMFIELD STARCH SEE THAT YOU GET IT, All prfedor Kinds are often Substituted for the sake of extra profits. 4907 FOR SALE, A GOOD SECOND-HAND SAFE outside naPMuroment, 2 feet wide and deep, and 2 feet 6 Tydfl? APPJY to FARRANT & FROST, Merthyr BILL-POSTING IN MERTHYR /CHRISTOPHER PULMAN, BILL-POSTER & Towy CRIER, 17, Victoria-street, Merthvr, °"<i«BUkeg Bill-posting and Distributing throughout the «0W» and neighbourhood. 4905 U Orders by Pott or otherwise carefully attended to. "XJ"R. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Professor of jwZt.i rnq,C ''Con8erTatoritim of Music, Leipzig!, and ot 8t. David s Church, Merthyr. begs to announce 9< Jt* PJ^Pared to receive additional Pupils for rianoforta Harmonium, Singing, Harmony Lessons, kc, and also to accept Professional Engagements for a during the present Season. AMrdare and Cefn, &c., ire., visited every week. For terms apply at 2, Courtland Terrace, Merthyr. 4908 PONTYPRIDD UNION. NURSE WANTED. THE GUARDIAN s of this Union will, at their Meeting on the 27th day of March infant, ^forkhouse electlon ot' a NURSE for this Union Salary Cl8 per annum, with Board, Washing, and Lodginr in the House. Candidates must be single women. er widowlI without encumbrance, between the ages of 25 and 45 years, and competent to discharge the duties of the Office as prescribed by the Orders of the I ocal Govern- ment Board. A preference will 98 given to candidates who understand midwifery. /•^?&Iieatl0n8' 4 th! handwriting of the candidates P*f ai? P^sent engagement, with recent Uatimoniala as to character aDd competency,) to be for- warded to me or before Tuesday, the 26th day of March By Order of the Board, .„ E. C. SPIUKETT, Clerk. rontypndd Lnion, 4th, March, 1872. MR. THOMAS B. REFFELL, MINING NGINEER, SURVEYOR, ESTATE AGENT, <kc. OFFICES :— •• "*> STREET, MJTD- «» -it lli. BRYNH1. j HOUSE, CEFN, NEAR MERTHYR- MISS BROAD, of Bath, assisted by hpr sister, Miss KATE BROAD, receives Younlr Ladies to Beard and Educate. The IVtisses B frem their long CTpricnca in Tuition in England, France, and Germany, 8D efrer the advantages of a thorough sound English odumtion, combined with French, German, Music, Sing- xftf, Drawing, and Dancing. Great attention paid to the home comforts and health Of the Pupils. Private Lessons given in any of the Accom- ptuhmdutx. Terms on application. 4938 FOR SALE, I ON HIGHLY ADVANTAGEOUS TEUS, BOME NEW AND VERY BEAUTIFUL JPIA N O FORTES Enquire at the Residence of MR. EDWARD LAWRANCE, Fro fetter ofMutie and Organist of St. David"I Church.) iJXMtiss 4908 2, COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR. APARTMENTS TO LET. TO BE LET, at Cefn, near Merthvr, a Parlour Jt and Bedroom, well furnished, suitable for a single Sntleman.—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. PONTYPRIDD UNION. ALL persona desirous of Contracting with the Board of Guardians for the Supply of the following VTI-TONS, and other Articles hereunder mentioned, to be delivered free of cost at the Union '.o the Out-door Paupers, in such quanti- ties weeny as may be required, for the Three Months ending the 20th day of June, 187 >, 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 26th instant, and which Tenders will be opened by the Guardians on the 26th isstant. 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 OF HEALTH ELECTION. No. 4 TOWN WARD. FILLOW-RATEFAYIKS, A 8 a -vacancy now occurs in the representa- TL tion ot your Ward on the above Beard, I beg to myself as a CANDIDATE for the honour of being Representative, trusting that the special qualifica- hich I flatter myself to possess is of sufficient im- e to enable you to support me with your Vote and m a old Ratepayer of Merthyr, and have been in tt "IS a Builder and Contractor for over 34 years. I bav, borough and practical knowledge of several inipe- branches of work carried on by the Local ISo- for which a large sum of money is annually vr that you consider that sone of the members o- c. should possess a qualification of this kind, not esitate in offering you my services and ience. aould you honour me with your support, and return m as your Representative, I will gladly devote the seceasary time and attention for the purpose not only of carefully watching matters in connection with tl e progress of our public works, but of improving the unitary 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. GLAMORGANSHIRE EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS, 1872. NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN, that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said County, will be held at the Town Hall, Swansea, on TUESDAY, the Ninth day of APRIL, 1872, at half-past eleven o'clock in the forenoen. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered before the opening of the Court. At half-past twelve o'clock the Justices will proceed with the business relating to the Bating and Expenditure of the County, and also to the Constabulary and at one o'clock in the afternoon will proceed to the appointment of a Governor of the County Gap! at Cardiff. Appeals will then be tried, and persons committed or bailed to appear for trial. All Jurors or persons subpeenaed or bound by recognizances are required te attend such Sessions, en the day and at the time aforesaid. Claims on the Connty Stock must be delivered at my office fourteen days before the Sessions. No costs will be allowed unless taxed at the same teutons. Depositions are to be sent to me by the Fourth day of April, 1872. THOS. DALTON, Clerk of the Peace. Cardiff, March 9th, 1872. "ANCHOR" LINE OF TRANSATLANTIC I STEAM-PACKET SHIPS, TBOM GLASGOW & LONDONDERRY NEW'YORK, tgOflBBK* HALIFAX, N.S., AXB ST. JOHN, N.B. SAILING REGULARLY FOR NEW YORK (Unless prevented by unforeseen chcamstances). From GlMfow. Every Saturday and alternate Wednesday And from Londonderry the following days. 3 J'or Halifax, N-S-, and St. John, N.B. S.S. ■« Alexandria," Tuesday, 12th March. S.S. Olympia," Tuesday, 2nd, April. Paftengers Booked at Through Rates to all parts of the United States, Canada, Nora Scotia, and New Bruns- wiek at Lowest Fares. SALOON CABIN. B12 12s, £ 13 13s, JE14 14s, and 215 15s. (According to accommodation and situation of berths.) To Jlew York, Boston, Baltimore, Quebec, Halifax, N.S., and St. John, H.B. lImm1fE1JUTE. E' GHT G UINEA.S. STBEKAGE SIX GUINEAS. For further particulars, Apply to HANDYSIT>E & HENDERSON, 49, Union-street Ctlasgow, and 30, Foley-street, Londonderry, or to J. MOROAW, SON, and Co., Cardiff or to Mr. J. T. MORGAN, 19, Qlebeland, Merthyr Tydfil; or to Mr. G. BAHLOW 17* Well-street, Dowlais. 4926 THE COAL-TAR PILL. (Wright's Pilula Carbonis Detergens) THE Y act doubly—clifan^inpr, at the same tL time disinfecting A boon t" the rich and poor. They sweeten the breath, give quietude to the nerves, regulate the liver, the stomach, the kidneys restore sleep, and give new strength to the failing system. Sen- sation after taking—an agreeable warmth along tho mucous membrane a sound, refreshing sleep that night. After effeccs- a jolly, exuberant feeling. Iu boxes, Is I id. anfi 2s. Ild each Sold by all chemists. W. V. Wriiht and Cn., Southwark-street, London, Manufactures of the celebrated COAL TAR SOAP. (Wright's Sapo Carbonis Detergens., COUNTY PRISON, SWANSEA. NOTICE. ALL Persons willing to CONTRACT for SUPPLYING the following ARTICLES, for the use of the Prisoners confined in rhe above Prison, up to Midsummer next. are requested to deliver Sealed Tenders at the Office of Mr. GEO. BoWEN, Clerk of the Magistrates, on Monday the 25th inst., before Twelve o'Clock at Noon, viz:— Good Flour, ground through and through, at per sack. Through and through Bituminous At per ton Small Engine ditto. j delivered. Beef. coarse pieces, (without bone,) at per lb. Ox heads, at per head. Samples of the Flour should be sent in with the Tenders. By order of the Visiting Justices, W. COX, Governor. 19th March, 1872. = CARDIFF TO NEW YORK. 1 "PklRECT STEAM CO MMUNI- I 4 A JLJ CATION BETWEEN THE fMKjffL BRISTOL CHANNEL CNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA. The SOUTH WAI-ES ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S New, first-class, full-powered, Clyde built Steamships, GLAMORGAN, 2.500 Tons, 500 h.p. PEM- BROKE, 2,500 Tons. 500 h p. CARMARTHEN, 3,000 Tons, 600 h.p. or other First-class Steamers, will sail regularly between CARDIFF and-NEW YORK, com- mencing about the end of APRIL, Carrying GOODS and PASSENGERS at Through Rates from all parts of England and South Wales to the United States and Canada. These Steamships are built expressly for the Trade, and fitted up with all the latf-st improvements for the comfort and convenience of Cabin and Steerage Passongers. For further Particulars, apply at the Company's Office, 1, Dock Chainbers, Cardiff. JOHN LAUGHLAND, Cardiff, 14th February, 1872. Manager. [LATE ADVERTISEMFY NOT • THP OF FURNITURE Advertised to take placo On the 10th day of APRIL 1872, at 14, COURTLAND TERRACE, MERTHYR, (Advertised in the first column of this week's issue; is POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. H. W. HARRIS & TAYLOR.



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