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NOTICES, &c. MUSIC. A 125 Guinea Instrument for 65 Guineas. TO be Disposed of, a SPLENDID TONED 6 £ OetMre CABINET PIANO FORTE,in a VERY ELEGANT ROSEWOOD CASE, with HANDSOMELY CARVED DOUBLE COLUMNS AND FEET, and Patent Metallic riate, possessing a rich and powerful Tone, and beautiful touch. The Workmanship is of the very first order, it being of London Manufacture, and warranted to stand well i* tune. Price, 65 Guineas, delivered free of all expense. An opportunity of obtaining such a bargain is rarely to be met with. To be seen at Mr. W EllnER's, Guardian Office, Cardiff. siniss am", AWMUAZ9 IB&ILUI. MISS IIIIIES MOST respectfully informs her FRIENDS, that ber SECOND ANNUAL BALL will take place at the ANGEL HOTEL, CARDIFF, on THURSDAY, the ELEVENTH of JANUARY, 1844, when the honour of their company will be esteemed and from the general satisfaction afforded last year, she is led to hope a continuance of their favours. A full Quadrille Band will be in attendance, which will perform some of the newest and most fashionable Music. Dancing to commence at nine o'clock. Gentlemen's Tickets, 5s. Ladies' Ditto, 4s.; Double, to admit a Lady and Gentleman, or Two Ladies, 8s. to be had at Miss Himes's Academy, No. 9, St. Mary-street. GENUINE BIEAD AND FLOUR ESTABLISHMENT, No. 17, St. Mary-Street, Cardiff. C. TIMMIS BEGS respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of CARDIrr and its Vicinity, that he has Opened a Baking Esta- blishment. The above concern to be conducted on a system that cannot fail from its strict integrity to procure general support. In order to supply a desideratum so much want- ing in Cardiff, he pledges himself to sell Bread, the produce of pure unadulterated Worcestershire Flour—every Loaf to be Weighed at the Counter-and at Prices whilst they defy competition are barely remunerating. The following is the list of prices :— 41b. Loaf, 1st Quality for 6d. 21b. ditto ditto 3d. llb. ditto ditto 2d. Allowance to dealers of 2s. in the Pound. Flour, whole- sale, at from E14 to JEI6 per Ton; il 15s. to JE2. per Sack. In less quantities at proportionably low prices, Delivered, if required, at any of the Railway Stations between Cardiff and Merthyr. LAW. WANTED, a CLERK, qualified to attend to Magistrates and Sessions' Business, and who is acquainted with the routine of business in an Attorney's Office. All applications to be addressed, pre-paid, to L. E Guardian Office, Cardiff. 124 op 0 Silurian Lodge or FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS. No. 693. THE ANNUAL DINNER to celebrate the Festival of JL St. John the Evangelist, will take place at the WEST- GATE INN, NEWPORT, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th instant, when the Brethren are respectfully requested to attend. Lodge to be opened at 12 o'clock, and Dinner on the 1 able at 4 o'clock. Dinner Ticket, including a Bottle of Wine, 10s. 6d. Newport, 12th Dec., 1843. OLAMOROAIVSRIRBI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT the Next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE for the said County, will be HOLDEN at the GUILD-HALL, in the Town of CARDIFF, in and for the said County, On TUESDAY, the Seeond day of JANUARY next, at Eleven of the Clock in the Forenoon, when and where all Jurors, Prosecutors, and Witnesses are required to at- tend. All Appeals and Traverses must be entered before the Opening of the Court, and the several parties thereto be prepared to proceed therewith. At Half-past Eleven o'Clock the Justices assembled will proceed to the business relating to the Assessment, Application, and Management of the County Stock or Rate, and to the internal regulations of the County, and at Twelve at Noon the Justices then and there assembled will proceed to take into consideration the several Acts made and passed in Her present Majesty's reign relating to the Establishment of County and District Constables, and to make and enter into such Rules, Orders, and Regulations relating thereto, and to the Police estab- lished within the said County as may be thought expedient. All Bills and demands against the County Stock must be delivered into the Office of the Clerk of the Peace Fourteen days before the Sessions, and all costs given or allowed by the Court must be taxed at the same Sessions, or they will not afterwards be allowed, the several acting Magistrates are requested to return all Depositions into the Office of the Clerk of the Peace at Cardiff, on or before the 29th of DECEMBER instant. WOOD, Cardiff, Dec. 2, 1843. Clerk of Peace. TEETH. MONDAYS and TUESDAYS,ABERGAVENNY- WEDNESDAYS NEWPORT • TRin1* CHEPSTOW j FRIDAYS and SATURDAYS, MONMOUTH j Until the 31 st of December. MR. L. MOSELY, BURGEON DENTIST, OF 12, BERNER'S STREET, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, HAS the honour to announce to his Patients, Friends and the Residents generally of the County, that his 17th periodical visit will commence on Friday the 24th inst., and that he may be consulted as under, Mondays and Tuesdays, Angel Hotel, Abergavenny; Wednesdays, Kind's Head Hotel,Newport; Thursdays, George Hotel, Chepstow; and on Fridays and Saturdays, at Mr. Powell's, plumber, Monnow-street, Monmouth. Attendance from 10 to 4. From Mr. L. M.'s extensive and well-known practice at his old-established town residence (No. 12 Berner's-street, Oxford-street, where patients can always be attended) he is enabled to offer his Country Patients advantages never yet attainable except in the metropolis. The whole of the me- chanical department is designed by himself and executed on the premises, by which means an accurate and sure fit is guaranteed, all pressure on the gums avoided, and the Teeth are made to answer all purposes of mastication and articu- lation, and are worn with perfect ease and comfort upon the most tender gums, without extracting the remaining stumps. Mr. L. M. is happy to state, from extensive alterations and improvements just finished in the Mechanical Depart- ment, he is enabled to Reduce hit charges very considerably, .0 as to bring the aid of the Dentist within the reach of all parties. Mr. L. M.'s newly-invented incorrodible Teeth never change colour from the efrects of medicine or ill health, and assimilate so closely to nature as to defy detection by the closest observer. Natural and Artificial Teeth of every description fixed, from a single Tooth to a complete Set, without wires or ligatures of any kind. Scaling, Stopping, Children's Teeth attended, and every operation pertaining to Dental Surgery. Consultations tree, and specimens shown in every stage of preparation. Mr. L. M/s references combine very many of the most influential Families (his Patients) resident in the county, v and the Medical Profession generally. Constant attendance at Town Residence, No. 12, Berner's S » S V' £ ere Patients can always be attended, and letters addressed will meet with immediate attention. CHARGES AS IN TOWN Nov. 14th 1843. a THE SCHOONER .MIL MESSENGER, W. HUGHES, MASTER, ES <ID AT COTTON'S WHARF, TOOLEY STREET, p r LONDON, For Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr, Abergavenny, Brecon 1 IK' Cowb»^. B'4end -d P1a«s aujacent, AND WILL POSITIVELY SAIL On SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23rd, 1843. For Freight, &c., apply to the Master on B d M R Burton, jun., Newport; Mr. Thomas Richards, Aber- L„po„, and it London, Dec. 11th, 18,13. NOTICES, SALES, &c. BRECONSHIRE. SCHEDULE of FINES, FORFEITURES, and PEN- ALTIES, paid or pavable to the TREASURERS of the COUNTY of BRECON," from Midsummer Sessions to, and including Michaelmas Sessions, 1843. Sums pay- Name. Sum paid, able but Remarks. not paid. Borough of Brecon. E. s. d. E. s. d. John Davies 0 10 0 Rees Price. 0 2 6 Samuel Evans 0 5 0 Peter Jones 0 2 6 James Pugh 0 5 0 JohnProbert 0 5 0 Joseph Davies 0 5 0 William Jenkins 1 0 0 William Edwards 0 5 0 Thomas Fox 1 0 0 U Sept. 1#43, committed. John Parker 0 2 3 Committed 4 days. Hundred of Builth. Rees Price 0 4 6 Hundred of Crick- hotcell. Thomas Lloyd 1 0 0 Thomas Williams 0 16 3 Thomas Wakefield 0 I I) 3 Giles Miles 0 16 3 John Taylor 0 16 3 William Lewis, Moses Evans, Morgan • *• Evans, and David Davies 2 0 0 Howell Parry 1 0 0 Time granted Joseph Williams 0 4 6 Richard Lewis 0 10 0 Hundred of Devyn- ■ ■ nock. Nil." Division of Ystrad- gunlais. Elias Jenkins 0 4 0 Hundred of Talgarth. Samuel Probert. 0 10 0 John Morgan 1 0 0 Waiter Games 2 0 0 William Dayies. 2 0 0 Warrant of commitment not executed. William Whitcombe.. 0 10 0 William Masser 1 0 0 John Price 0 7 0 Warrant of commitment not executed. John Lewis 2 10 0 Date of com- mitment 29th Sept., 1843. Hundred of Penkelly. Thorns Lewis 5 0 0 Defendant absconded. Rees Jones. 0 2 6 Hundred af Merthyr. Job Thomas 0 2 6 Thomas Phillips 0 2 6 Thomas Jones 0 5 0 William Williams 0 2 6 £16 3 0 JEII 19 3 MAYBERY AND WILLIAMS, Treasurers. TOWN OF BRIDGEND. To be Let, THE SHIP INN, SITUATE in the Central Part of the Town, and well S known to Commercial Gentlemen and others, as a highly respectable and commodious Hotel. There are suitable Stables and a spacious Coach House, locked up, together with other conveniences. It is now parted with by the present Occupier having another Business requiring his con- stant supervision. The Stock-in-Trade to be taken at a fair valuation. For further information apply to Mr. RICHARD WHAPHAM on the Premises, or by Letter, postage paid. Bridgend, Dec. 12th, 1843.

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