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NEW SCALE OF CHARGES FOR PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. OXE THREE INSERTION INSERTIONS — 20 Words 6d. 1/3 28 Words 9d. 1/9 j 36 Words. 1/. 2/3 44 Words. 1/3 2/9 52 Words 1/6 3/6 The above charges apply only to the following classes of small advertisements, and must be PREPAID, or former rates will be charged. SITU ITIONS WANTED. SITUATIONS VACANT. APARTMENTS TO LET. APAI TMENTS WANTED. HOFSES TO LET. EXCHANGES. ARTICLES FOR PRIVATE SALE. MACHINERY AND TOOLS FOR SALE. BUSINESSES FOR SALE. LOST OR FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. TRADE SPECIALITIES. One Penny per Line charged for each insertion under this heading, PREPAID for not less than 13 weeks. STEEL PENS-Sample box, lsd., post free, 2id. 9 different sorts. Prices from 8d. per gross, HUGHES, Stationer, Pontypool. COPYING- PRESSES-21s. all iron, japanned and marbled. HUGHES, Pontypool. CHEAP PRINTING, without delay.—Bill Heads, creitm laid paper, 10.000 for 293. Memo. forms, 5,000 for 21s. HUGHES, Pontypool MOUNT PLEASANT CHAPEL, P O NTY P O 0 L. Ax e: 1ST E D D F 0 D will be held in tbe above A Jhapel on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1879. CHAIRMAN—MR D. JONES. ACCOMPANYISTS-MISS DAVIES & MR ASHMAN. ADJUDICATOR-MR D. BOWEN (Alaw Ebbw). In the Evening, a CON C ER T will be given by the MOUNT PLEASANT CHOIR, in which the successful Competitors in the Quartet, Trio, Duet, and Songs, will take part. Eisteddfod to commence at 1. 30, Concert at 8 p.m. PRICES OF ADMISSION— Eisteddfod, Is. all parts; Concert, Body of Chapel, Is; Gallery, 6d; Children under 12, half-price. FIRST PitizE-Antbem-l' Open ye the gates!" by Choir of not less than 25, jEo, &the Conductor, L I. Secretary-Mr JAMES HILEY, Albion Road, Pontypool. GRIFFITHSTOWN Congregational Sunday School. THE ANNUAL SERMONS of the above School w;'l be preached at the MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, GRIFFITHSTOWN, on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, when the Rev D. EVANS, Cwmbran, will preach at 11 a.m. and 2.30 p.m., and the Rev T. LL. JONES at 6 p.m. On Monday Evening, at half-past 7, a MEETING for Recitations, Singing, &c., will be held at the same place, when the Rev. T. Ll. JONES will preside. Collections at the close of each Service. PONTNEWYNYDD. LECTURE by the Rev. T. T. SHIELDS IN THE WESLEY AN CHAPEL, (Kindly lent for the occasion), THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1879; <?ct-" The Self Family; their Descendants, | Deeds, and Destiny" ) « 00 taken at 7.15 p.m., by H. PABTITT, Esq. SERVED SEATS, IS; ^UNRESERVED, 6D. may be had at tha tlJor, or of Messrs R. Vaikias, 3. George, or any of the Friends. e Hotel, Pontypool. 'WTH, of the Bruce Hotel, Aberdare, inform his friends and the public gene- ino iou A has REMOVED to the above commodiou, where he hopes by a strict attention to •>ess to merit the patronage of his friends, whose uiration will be excited by the living curiosities. GRIST MILL TO LET. 0 BE LET, with T<o-R-MTLMITJTith iP1™ediafe possession, the uW°rked by water power, situate npJSvHH 7 between Pontypool and Pont- vC'l^°PP0SIte t0 the Osborne Forge- T_ urther particulars, apply to the Pontypool Iron and Tinplate Company, Pontypool. House and Shop to Let. FIRST-CLASS POSITION near Club Building, -i. Pontypoal. LARGE SHOP, 20 feet by 20 feet; double from plate glass, with store room of same size beneath. 1 OUSE contains eight good rooms, china pantry, out ouses, and usual offices. Private entrance from new r id.-Apply to Mr HASKINS, Music Ware- house, Pon; Jpool. -i Building Land, Pontypool. ELIGIBLE SITES for BUILDING, situate near the British School, to be Let on Lease for 99 years. —Apply to Mr W. H. ROSSER, Albion Road, or to Mr DAVID DAVIES, Civil and Mining Engineer, Park Ter- race. To Drapers and Others. TO LET, a commodious SHOP & PREMISES, situated in the Market Place, Pontypool, admirably adapted for business.—Apply to Mr DAVID DAVIES, Civil and Mining Engineer, Park Terrace, Pontypool. VURSE WANTED.—Must have filled a similar -Li situation, and have a first-class character.—Mrs W. H. HASKINS, Pontypool. WANTED, a GOOD GENERAL SERVANT.— Apply to Mrs H. WITCHELL, Boot Warehouse, Broad-street, Blaenavon. lta W'ANTED, two respectable SERVANT GIRLS, age 16 to 20; required to cook and wait at table; good character indispensable.—Apply to Mrs ÅLLHN, Commercial St., Pontypool. lep WANTED a Situation as GENERAL SER- VANT. Aged 19; good character.—Address E. R., care of Mr. WILLIAMS, Grocer, Pontnew- ynydd. lep LOST, on Wednesday last, at Abersychan, a -LJ Black and White SPANIEL BITCH, about six months old; tail not cut; in low condition.— Anyone bringing same to Brynderwen House, Abersychan, will be rewarded. lep BIGYCLE.-52 inch "Special Challenge;" nearly new; complete with all extras; TO BE SOLD; great bargain.- Wm. Bunning & Co., Pontypool. 3p3 _u_- FOR SALE, 12-inch brass-mounted Walnut Wood Level, with folding sights, plumb level, and move- able scale, showing rise and fall. Useful for laying drain pipes, batters of walls, &c. Price 15s 6d.- HUGHES & Sox, Pontypool. 3ta3 ADVERTISER (16) wishes a SITUATION as Im- prover in Dressmaking. Been in first-class house in a fashionable town.—Address R. care of Mr JtrrsuM, Wainfelin, Pontnewynydd. 3mp3 TO LET, GOOD STABLE, with Hay Loft; also, large Yard, with convenient sheds, in West Place, Ponty P,001 .-Apply to Mr E. H. DAVIES, Ironmonger, Pontypool. 3cp3 TIT ANTED.-20 Boys, of good character; W special terms to those of 13 or 14 years of age. Apply to William Brown Witchell, South Wales Boot Manufactory, Abersychan. TO LET, a first-class HOUSE and SHOP, at Griffithstown, with double plate-glass front; best situation; moderate rent.—Apply to B. and W., Free Press Office. ta + USIC, FRENCH, GERMAN, and LATIN.—Mrs CLARKE (Diplomee), Railway Terrace; Pont newynydd, RECEIVES PUPILS in the above. Salts bg Audiall. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY ALBION TERRACE PONTYPOOL, MON. MESSRS. WAITE & SON HAVE been favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the SWAN HOTEL, PONTY- POOL, on THURSDAY, the 18th day of SEPTEMBER, 1879, at 3 for 4 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to conditions to be then produced and read), the following I)welling Houses, COTTAGES, CARPENTER'S SHOP, PREMISES, AND GARDEN GROUND, (Which will be Sold in Lots as tinder):- LOT l.-All those Two convenient and well-built Dwelling Houses, very pleasantly situated as above, each containing front parlour, sitting room, kitchen, pantry, larder, 4 good bedrooms, and w.c., in the re- spective occupations of Miss Davies (the owner) and Amos Harris; Two pretty four-roomed Cottages, ad- joining, on the same line of frontage, now in the re- spective occupations of Margaret Davies and Ann Pope; and Two Tenements, Carpenter's Shop, Premises, and Garden Ground, situate behind the aforementioned bouses and cottages, in the occupation of Thomas Wil- son and others, as monthly tenants thereof. LOT 2.—All those Two capital four. roomed Cottages and Gardens, situate adjoining Lot 1, and bounded on the back by Chapel-lane, now in the respective occupa- tions of Hannah Davies and Margaret Rogers, as monthly tenants. The above Property being Freehold, pleasantly and conveniently situated on the main road from Pontypool to Crumlin, always commands good tenants, therefore renders it valuable either for investment or occupation. To View, apply to the Tenants; and for further particulars to the AUCTIONEERS, or to ARTHUR MORGAN, Esq., Solicitor, Pontypool. Dated—Auctioneers' Offices, Clarence St., Pontypool, 28th Aug., 1879. PONTYPOOL. Desirable Residence and Freehold Building Land. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY Mr. J. H. WAINWRIGHT, At the CROWN HOTEL, PONTYPOOL, on TUESDAY, the 16th day of SEPTEMBER, 1879, at 3 for 4 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to the conditions of sale to be then and there produced), the following VERY ELIGIBLE PROPERTIES LOT I.-All that commodious and pleasantly situ- ated Messuage or Dwelling House, known as No. 9, Park Terrace, in Pontypool aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Messrs W. H. Lloyd and David Davies together with the Garden and Land thereto belonging. LOT 2.—All that Plot of Freehold Building Land, situate at or near Coedygric, in the parish of Llan- vrechva Upper, in the county of Monmouth, and known as Plot No. 128 of lands formerly belonging to the Pontypool Road Benefit Building Society. LOT 3.—All that Plot of Freehold Building Land, adjoining the lastly-described Lot, and known as Plot No. 129 of the aforesaid society's lands. The Premises comprised in Lot 1 are held for the residue unexpired of about iL years, of terms oranted and covenanted to be granted therein subject to the low ground rent of £ 1 5s per annum. The House is exceptionally well situated so as to command a most beautiful and extensive view of Pontypool Park Estate. Lots 2 and 3 are very eligible for building pur- poses, being within a short distance of the Panteg Steel and Engineering Works. Further particulars may be obtained upon applica- tion to W. H. LLOYD, Esq., Solicitor, Pontypool; to the AUCTIONEER, Club Chambers, Pontypool; or to Messrs. GREENWAY & BYTHWAY, Solicitors, Pontypaol. ABERSYCHAN. GL ANA VOX HO JME, (Within 2 minuted walk of the Railway Station). To HOUSEKEEPERS, PARTIES FURNISHING, AND OTHERS. Important <jf Unreserved Sale of Well-Manufactured, Neat, and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND OTHER EFFECTS, Including splendid Spanish mahogany wardrobes, mahogany bookcases, dining, centre, square, loo, Pembroke, side, and occasional tables, mahogany sofas, easy, dining, drawing, hall, and bedroom chairs., LIBRARY OF BOOKS, 300 VOLUMES, by celebrated authors pier, chimney, and toilet glasses, in gilt and maho- gany frames, window curtains and blinds, Brussels and other carpets, hearthrugs, oilcloth, door mats, fenders and fire irons, cut glass, china, engravings, timepieces, butlers' trays, mahogany, half-tester, tent, and iron bedsteads, with full sets of Damask and dimity furniture, straw palliasses, millpuff mattresses, prime feather beds, bedding, mahogany chest of drawers, oak and painted cupboards, wash- stands, dressing and toilet tables, chamber and toilet sets, night commodes, towel rails, oak linen chests, sitz bath, and the usual kitchen and culinary requisites. MAHOGANY PIANOFORTE, (Broadwood 8r Son); walnut work, side, and occasional tables, inlaid, rustic seats, circular flower stand (Coalbrookdale casting), wire flower stands, flower pots and plants. MR. J. H. WAINWRIGHT Has been favoured with instructions from the Rev RICHARD JONES, (Pisgah,) who is about to leave for New Zealand, TO SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises as above, on THURSDAY, the 18t'n day of SEFTEMBER inst., commencing at Eleven o'clock sharp. The Furniture is exceptionallygoodandwell-preserved, and may be viewed on the morning of sale. MONMOUTHSHIRE. TO BE LET BY TENDER, OR A YEARLY TENANCY, OR FOR A TERM, WITH POSSESSION AT MICHAELMAS, 1879. THAT desirable Farm, known as "60YTREY HAL L," situate in the Parish of Goytrey, about 4 miles distant from Abergavenny, and 5 from Ponty- pool, and comprising 128 a. 2r. 31 p. of excellent Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, (chiefly Meadow and Pasture,) the whole of which has been drained. The House, which is commodious and comfortable, is suitable for a large family outbuildings in excellent order. The Proprietor does not bind himself to accept the highest, or any offer. Sealed tenders, marked Tender for Goytrey Hall," to be sent, not later than 22nd September, to Mr JAMES STRAKER, Auctioneer, Abergavenny. JOHN MOSELEY, Carriage Builder, Wheelwright, Shoeing & General Smith, PARK ROAD, PONTYPOOL, HAS in Stock a quantity of Prime Oak Gate Posts 11 and Gates; also Oak Planking and Scantling for Railway Wagons, at low prices. 4ta4 WRINGTON ARMS, (LATE RAILWAY INN,) PONTYPOOL. Close to the Monmouthshire Railway Station. E. BEACHAM, IN thanking his numerous frends and supporters for their liberal patronage in the past, solicits a con- tinuance of their future support in his NEW ESTABLISHMENT. BURTON, PALE, AND OTHER ALES. LONDON AND IRISH STOUT, In Bottles and on Draught. TO INVESTORS AND CAPITALISTS. SEBASTOPOL, NR. PONTYPOOL, MONMOUTHSHIRE. Sale of Valuable Sf Desirable Freehold Property. MESSRS. WILLIAMS AND YOUNG Beg to announce that they have received instructions to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the HANBURY ARMS HOTEL, Griffiths Town, near Pontypool, on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER THE 18TH, 1879, at 3 for 4 o'clock in the Afternoon, (subject to conditions of sale to be then produced, and in the following or such other Lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale,) the undermentioned VALUABLE AXD DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY AND PREMISES, COMPRISING- LOT I.-All that well-built and most commodious Freehold Dwelling House, with large and productive Garden, Carpenter's Shop, and Out-buildings. The House is detached, and contains 2 sitting rooms, kitchen, and 4 bed rooms, w.c., &c. This lot is in the occu- pation of the proprietor, Mr Joseph Davis, and will command the yearly rent of £35. The Garden contains a first-class Well, has a considerable frontage to the Main Road leading to Panteg Railway Station, and is a splendid Building Site, affording a good opportunity to Capitalists to satisfy the increasing demand for Dwelling Houses in the Neighbourhood. LOT 2.-All that Freehold Messuage, contiguous to Lot 1, in the occupation of Mr Edwin Perry, at the weekly rental of 5s. LOT 3.-All that other Freehold Messuage, adjoining Lot 2, in the occupation of Mr Pritchard, at the weekly rental of 4s. 6d. LOT 4.—All that Freehold Shop and Dwelling- House, with good Cellarage, adjoining Lot 3, and now in the occupation of Mrs Onion, at the weekly rental of 7s. The attention of Capitalists and Investors is drawn to this really good opportunity of acquiring a valu- able and desirable Freehold Property, standing in the midst of a populous and increasing district. The premises are pleasantly situated, face Main Roads, and are within 4 minutes' walk of the Panteg, and proposed Coedygric Railway Stations. Purchasers will have the option of buying the Pro- perty either subject to, or discharge from a Mortgage to the Provident Permanent Building Society, Exeter. Mr Joseph Davis, the Proprietor, will show the respective Lots, and for further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, 5, Commercial Street, Newport, Mon.; or to Mr F. S. DAUNCEY, Solicitor, Albion Chambers, Newport, Mon. Panteg Choral Society. Pianist Mr W. H. HASKINS. Leader of the Band Mr. W. SEWELL. THE PRACTICES of this Society will re- commence on TUESDAY next, SEPTEMBER, 16th, in the Pontymoile School Room. Practices will occupy from 8 to 9.30 p.m. The work selected is the "MESSIAH." GRAND REHEARSAL MONTHLY AT TOWN HALL. Honorary Members will satisfy regulations if they attend rehearsals and concerts only. Profit to be devoted to the Panteg Church Organ Fund. No Fees. Admission by Ticket only. Application must be made to CHARLES LAW- RENCE, Conductor. Pontypool Football Club. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a GENE- RAL MEETING of the above Club will be held at the TOWN HALL, PONTYPOOL, on WED- NESDAY NEXT, the 17th day of SEPTEMBER, at I Seven p.m. Ita A. H. COLLINGWOOD, Hon. Sec. TO CAPITALISTS & OTHERS. r For Sale by Private Contract, JfllGHTEEN NEWLY-BUILT FREEHOLiyCOT- JSl TAGES, together with a really good (J<#KN.h& SflOP, commanding a first-class trade, situate-* ~?bas- t<j^>ol, near Pontypool, within three minutes' walk of Panteg and Pontrhydyrun Railway Stations. > The above are let to good Tenants, and can he sold etther as a whole or in small Lots to suit purchasers. For further particulars apply to Messrs WHATMORE and UROWN, Builders, &c., Sebastopol. 4mp4 PONTYPOOL UNION. CONTRACTS FOR PROVISIONS, &c. ALL persons desirous of Contracting with the Guar- dians of this Union, for the next three months, for Bread, Flour, Meat, Grocery, Cheese, Butter, Milk, Rice, Shoes, Coal, Soap, Candles, Split Peas, Oatmeal, and other Articles of Consumption, for the Union Workhouse, and Pontypool, Abersychan, and Usk Dis- tricts of the said Union, are requested to deliver Sealed Tenders at my Office on or before the 24th day of SEP- TEMBER instant, and send samples to the Union Work- house on THURSDAY Morning, the 25th day of SEP- TEMBER instant, by half-past Ten o'clock. The Board will receive Tenders for supplying the Pontypool, Abersychan, and Usk districts, with Meat, Bread, and Groceries separately. It is competent for any person to Tender for any of the Articles separately, and the Board will not undertake to accept the lowest Tender. Forms of Tenders may be had at my Office. Security, under a penalty of Ten Pounds, will be re- quired for the performance of the Contract, that the Goods supplied are of the quality contracted for. EDMUND B. EDWARDS, Clerk of the Board of Guardians. Town Hall, Pontypool, Sept. 9th, 1879. ABERGAVENNY HORSE SHOW AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION OF HUNTERS, HORSES, PONIES, HARNESS, AND SHOW OF STOCK, LIVE AND DRESSED POULTRY, BUTTER, CHEESE, c., WILL FE HELD AS USUAL ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 1879, WHEN PRIZES, Amounting to will be offered upwards of eWllUvj for Competition. For Copy of Rules and Schedule of Prizes, apply to the Secretary, JAMES STRAKER, Auctioneer, Abergavenny. GRAND SPECIAL NUMBER. With the WEEKLY MAIL of this week, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH, Will be given away A SUPERB PORTRAIT OF THE RIGHT HON. EARL BEACONSFIELD, Printed on Toned Paper, and in the highest style of Art. The WEEKLY MAIL, in addition to the many special features it usually contains, will be augmented in interest by the insertion of THE EISTEDDFOD PRIZE STORY, BRONWEN, A Historical Tale of Owen Glyndwr, by Mrs BEREAH EVANS, of Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, to whom was awarded the First Prize of;C25 and a Gold Medal the Opening Chapter of a New Story, entitled TWO CURIOUS COURTSHIPS, A Tale of Love and Finance, by HOWARD PAUL; Biography of Earl Beaconsfield; EISTEDDFODIC CARDIFF, &c., &c. The WEEKLY MAIL is the best Family Paper, and one of the largest Newspapers in the Kingdom. 72 COLUMNS. { PRICE 2D. } 72 COLUMNS. May be had of all Newsagents throughout the Counties of GLAMORGAN, CARMARTHEN, MONMOUTH, CARDIGAN, BRECON, PEMBROKE, HEREFORD, and GLOUCESTER; or may be bad direct from the Chief Office, Cardiff, free by Post, 2|d or 2s. 9d. per quarter. Orders to be addressed, and P.O. Orders made payable to the Manager, Mr. W. E. R. EVANS. STOCK AND SHARE LIST. Supplied by Messrs. THACKERAY & SAYCE, Stock and Share Brokers, 1, Pearson-place, Cardiff RAILWAYS. Paid Prices Stock Great Western ;ELOO 96 97 x.d „ London and North Western 100 .137 138 x.d „ Monmouthshire 100 .147 149 x.d „ Rhymney 100 .150 152 x.d „ Taff Vale 100 .213 215 x.d PREFERENTIAL. Stock Monmouthshire 5 per cent. 100 .118 120 x.d 12 Do, New. convertible G 10! 1 ii- x.d Stock Taff Vale No 1 100 .213 215 x.d „ Do. 4t per cent 100 .110 112 „ Do. 5 per cent 100 .120 121 GUARANTEED AND LEASED Stock Rhymney, 5 p. c. guaranteed 100 .118 120 x.d 50 Aberdare, 10 per cent 50 .119 120 20 Coleford Mon., & Usk, 5 p.c. 20 23 231 x.d Stock Great Western 5 p. c. (guar) 100 .128 129 „ Hereford, Hay, & Brecon 100 93 94 „ Do. do. Pref. 100 94 95 DEBENTURE STOCKS. Stock Hereford, Hay, and Brecon 5 per cent 100 .122 124 „ Great Western 5 per cent. 100 .128 130 „ Taff Vale 4 per cent 100 .102 104 BANKS. 20 BristolWestofEngland,Lim. 7 £ 7i 7! 4 100 Glamorganshire Banking Co. 100 .135 140 x.d 10 Glamorganshire. 10 13J 14 x.d 10 London & Provincial, Lim. 5 lof 11 50 National Provincial 21 69 71 20 National Provincial 12 39 41 10 North and South Wales 10 27 27t 20 Swansea (Limited) 7. 8 GAS. 10 Aberdare 10 10 11 Stock Bristol 100 .173 174 „ Cardiff A 10 per cent 100 .178 182 Do. B 8 per cent 100 .140 145 25 Do. Shares 7 per cent.. 25 30 33 10 Llynvi Valley. 10 10 11 Stock Newport A 100 .175 180 11 Do. B 100 .130 135 20 Do. C 17 19 20 25 Swansea 10 per cent 25 25 Swansea 7t per cent 25 GAS AND WATER. 10 Bridgend 10 9 10 Stock Do. Deb. Stock 100 .101 102 „ Pontypool (Max 10 p. c.) 100 .135 145 12 Do. ( do. ) 12 16 18 10 Do. (Max. 7 p.c.) 10. 9 11 10 Ystrad 10 20 21 WATER WORKS. 25 Bristol 25 63 64 Stock Cardiff 100 290 300 11 Do. 1860. 100 .170 180 10 New 6 12 14 Stock Neath 10 p. c. Guaranteed 100 .190 195 10 Do. 5 per ct. Preference 10. 9 10 10 Newport 10 18 20 10 Do. Neiv 7. 13 15 Stock Pontypridd 5p. c. Preference 100 ..107 109 x.d MISCELLANEOUS. Stock Alexandra Dock,6p.c. Pref. 100 .110 120 „ Ditto S.p.c. Pref. 100 ..120 130 10 Bristol and South Wales Wagon Co., Limited. 4. 61 61 x.d 23 Ebbw Vale 20. 3 5 100 Nantyglo and Blaina Iron Works, Preference 100 14 16 10 Newport Abercarn Colliery 10 4 5 5 Do. Tramways 5 2f 3t 20 Patent Nut and Bolt, Lim. 14 18 19 50 Rhymney Iron, Limited 50 14 16 15 Do. New 15 4i 5! 25 South Wales Colliery 24. 221 50 Tredegar Iron &Coal, A Liln. 24 11 13 25 Do. do. B Lim 25 16 18 Bank Rate 2 per cent. (since 10th April). BUYERS Taff Vale Ordinary, Preference and Debenture Stocks Rhymney Ordinary and Preference Shares Monmouthshire Preference and Debenture Stocks Dare Valley-also Llantrissant—Stocks Penarth Shares Hereford, Hay and Brecon Stocks Gloucester Wagon and Swansea Wagon Shares South Wales Colliery Shares THACKERAY & SAYCE, CARDIFF, September 10, 1879.

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