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THE CASTLES AND ABBEYS OF SOUTH WALES & MONMOUTH. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. lbs Proprietors of the CAStuinr Tot. in BOCTH W AL9 WHKLT It bare the pleasurs of azmounciag that they have made arraureaieata for tbs publication of series of POPULAR HISTORICAL ARTICLES Upon the principal CASTLES AND ABBEYS or SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTH, BY J. ROLAND PHILLIPS, Bmrristtr-vt-Law, of the Scvth Walts Circuit, and Author of the "Memoirs of the Civil War of Wales and the JUarches." The Articles will appear weekly in the CARDIFF TIMES SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS, and will Include CARDIFF CASTLE. tWANStA CASTLG. CAUPHILLY CASTLE. TINTKBN ABBET. CASKASTILU CAirLL HAVESFOBDWEST CASTLI. MA BG All ABBSY. CAEDIOAW CASTLJr. CHXPBTOW CASTLE, LANTHOITT ABBEY. MSATH ABBXT. PXMSEOKE 0AS7LK. And various other Local Castles and Abbeys. THE DATES UPON* WHICH THE ASTICLES APPEAB ARE AS FOLLOWS :— I I CARDIFF CASTIJEL FRIDAY, Nov. 22. CAERPHILLY CASTLE. FRIDAY, NOV. 29. I CHEPSTOW CASTLE.FRIDAY, DEC. 6. TINTERN ABBEY FRIDAY, Dsc, 13. SWANSEA CASTLE.FRIDAY, DEC. 20. NEATH ABBEY FRIDAY, DBC. 27 MARGAM .ABBEY FRIDAY, JAN. 3 CARMARTHEN CASTLE FRIDAY, JAN. 9 TBI 'CARDIFF TTMKS SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS." TlUI GRRAT WRREXT PArKB. FOR WALKS, NOTICE* TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will take notice that to inser- tion in the Scntk WeILu Daily Aieics, theirl.^ters must be as brief as^ossibie, sud should ;uqj4 all circuulocatioo and word-spimdrijf.. All oo?awuaiq»riuos rtKxdd bo legibly written in ink —oa UAS side il payu Teagth increases the t Mfneultjr of finding spaee for them. Whatever is Î.D..11tJ for publication must be auttienti> catcd by the name and address of the writ3r-not nccos- sarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. Vi e cannot undertake 1.0 reurn communications of wbich we do not avail ourselves. No attention can roe paid to communications which do not comolr with th- rules. Residents on Swanssar aud Suburbs experiencing arp- Hfficu £ >y in reoeiviug-their pa.(«v hour «)& misnnjg are requasDud to oou(mumeB>»^rAh tb8 Mroager V of Iha d—mis Place. OoUatfe-atrast. TEE NEW SERIAL TALE ENTITLED "COWARD CONSCIENCE n By the weU-knou-n writer P. W. ROBINSON, Is now appearing iseekly, in tJu CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. YR WYTHNOS BON. Bydded hysbys i'n DctrUeniv-yr a'n Go- hebwyr Cymreig, yr aH guchwynir Y GOLOFN GYMREIG TN T CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS, Dydd G WENER Nesaf, Ion. 4ydd, Dan OlygioethDAFYDD MORGANWG (Mr D. W.o)tes, Hirwain, Awdwr "Yr Yagol Farddol," ]Ta?Les Morgamvg," Yr Ysgol Gymreigdbc. Bydded i'n Gohebtvyr Cymreig gyfeirio eu goheb- iaethau i'r Gclygdd. Yr ydym yn addaw gvoneyd Y Golofn Gymreig" mor ddy- ddorol i'n darilemtyr ag sydi yn ddichon adwy. SPECIAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOUTH WALES DAILY NEWS AND CARDIFF TIMES. The Proprietors of the SOUTH WALES DÄILY NE WS and CARDIFF TIMES have much pleasure in intimating that they have made arrangements for publishing a series of Special- Contributions, iiviependent of, and in addition to, the usual number of Special Arti- cles on Miscellaneous Subjects L-THE HISTORY AND PROGRESS OF THE PORTS OF CARDIFF,S WANSEA, NEWPORT, &c., in a series of not less than Twelve Articles. The Articles will be fur- nished by Gentleman resident in the several Porte reported upon, and will contain a mass iff valuable information to those engaged in tlu Shipping and Coal Trades of the Bristol Channel. The series commenced on Tuesday, Nov. 86, and will be continued EACH T UES- DA Y until completed. IL-LETTERS TO THE PRINCE OF WALES ON THE PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE OF THE BRITISH PEOPLE. By LUKE THE LABOURER," These Articles will possess especial value at this juncture. They will deal with the past of the British People, the present Trade and Commercial Depression, and sug- gest « new Departure in English Social and Colonial Policy. The series commenced on Wednesday, NOV. 37, and will be continued EACH WEDNESDA Y until completed. III.—THE DOINGS AND DODGES OF OUR SOCIAL WASTRELS. Byan Ex- MEN DiciTr OFFICER. This series ofai-ticles will be on the folloiving 8ubjects :-1. Intro- ductory 2, High Myers, or Kite Flyers 3, Professional Impostors; 4, Strike men, or The Starving Dodge;" 5, Educated Tramp3; 6, Griddling7, Thieving Tramps; 8, "on the Downright;" 9, Workhouse Vag. rants, 10, A Peep into a Cardif Paldiiii Ken;" 11, Miscellaneous Dodges 1i, Anec- dotes of Tramp Life, from authentic sources. Tim series commenced on Thursday, Nov. $S, and will be continued EACH THURS- DA Y until competed. IV.—THE STORY OF THE COINS IN THE CARDIFF MUSEUM. By the Rev. W. E. Winks, of the Bethany Baptist Church, Cardijf. Mr Winks, who has recently ar- ranged the coins in the Cardiff Museum, will tell their story in four orfive AHicles. This series commenced on Friday, Nov. 29, and will be continued EACH FRIDAY until completed. V.—THE GREAT RELIGIOUS BE. LIEFS AND IMPULSES OF THE WORLD. AV aprofeitant Enquirer. This series of Articles will be highly interesting to religious readers, and will traverse the lines of Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Hinduism, Buddh- ism, Confuciustry, Christianity, Mahom- vicdaiiism, and tome Modern Religious Movements. litid series will extend to at ltlt.1t ticdve Articles. It comvienccd on Saturday, Nor, 3?, and will be continued EACH SATURDA Y uniil completed. VI.-A TRIP TO OYSTERMOUTH. By One Who Knows the Way. In three Articles. VII.— ECHOES OF THE WEEK, by' "PKTBR PLATFAIR," will. ror&tinit f. to appear EACH MONDAY. THE CARDIFF TIMES AND SOUTH WALES WEEKLY NEWS. FrnST EDITION 7 a.m. FRIDAY. SJWOSD EDITION 1 a.m, SATURDAY. The Contents THIS VtEEK include 1.—THE OBISIS IN THE SOUTH WALES COAL AND IRON TRADES. 2.-Lollu ARERDARK ON TEMPERANCE Full Report. S.—AGRICULTURE IN WALES. 4.—PRESENTATION TO THE MAYOR AND MAYORESS OF ABERAVON. 5.—THE DLSTRESS AMONG THE WORKING CLASSES Reltof Meetings in Sonth Wales. 6.—EPIPHANT QUARTER SESSIONS Glamorgan- shire and Monmouthshire. 7.—THE AFGHAN WAR. S.-STORY OF THE COINS IN CAREIFF MUSEUM Article V. 9.—THE FAILURE OF THE WEST OF ENGLAND BANE Proposal to Fonu a N.7 Bask. 10.—THE CASTLKH AND ABBETS OF SOUTH WALES j AND Margam Abbey. IL—POSITION or CARDIFF AS A PORT: Article VI. 12.—LETTERS TO THE PRINCE OF WALES No. I, 13.—THE DOINGS AND DODOJW OF OCR SOCIAL WASTRELS Educated TRAMPS D- 14.—THE GREAT RELIGIOUS BELIEFS AND IM- PULSES OF THE WORLD. Article VI. 15.—CARDIFF BOARD 'OF GUARDIANS Charge of Neglect against a Medical Officer. 16.—THE LADIIS' COLUMN By a Lady. 17.—NOTES ON CURRENT EVENTS. 18.—ALL THE NEWS or THE WBIX-IXC41, Dis- trict, General, and Foreign. 19. -EcHois OF THE WEEK By Peter Playfair. 20. CowAw Conscip-icz new Serial Story, by F. W. Bobiaswi. ISUng -P £$?\ 73 L"* Columns. j FENCE. ) C9lumns- The fcoon WAIOS lUttff NEWS" CSD be obtained in London daily, inlllledWdy aitci the arrival of the JD.4.1 a.ui. Tiaji- from HOKE* Swrii A SWRT BooJosMH, Pmklincton, and from Mt W. 11. EVVHWT, 3ft, Bouvesso-eSrect, t. Arovior. Our NEWPORT OfJflCE has htm removed to Jf j. 10, Great Dock-street (opposite the Newport Free Library.) I

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DUFFRYN AND GRAIG SCHOTT BOARD.

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RHYMNEY LOCAL BOARD.

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STORY OF THE COINS IN THE.…

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