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I'ear bir,—I bought a bottle of your <;ENLIKE "Viridine" some six months tgo in Paris, which cured me and as I am a principal danrer you know my feet are my living. The bottle I bought did the service you recommended it, but I boucht another one afterwards which was forged and no good. As I want a bottle of GENUINE for a friend of mine, who is nearly inad with pain, will you please send me one direct. Mdlle. MARIE MULLER. Vrpyi Mr. D. Anthony, Swansea. ear, 1, jnyself have suffered with corns, and tried seveial of the rtftain cures which people boast they have, but i'v- ',etl "n my case- 1 en got a bottle of your Uridine and by applying some nightly to the corn I was I surprised to tiud I could draw it clean up. I now enclose stamps for another bottle for a frieud of mine. NOTJCR. The great success of my "VIRIDINE" has brought many worthless imitations intG the market under various names as "Corn Cure. The public are, therefore, fi^VrDTrL to purchase no other than MUNDAY'S ViUIDIN 3," and see that my siguatm-e is on the end of each package. PREPARED OXLY BY J. MUNDAY, ChemisU, High St., Cardiff. Sold by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Dealers London Ag-ents-Wilcox t Co., 239, Oxford St W. Newbery & Sous, Sanger, Sutton, Hovenden, &c. LLANTRISANT SCHOOL BOARD. TEN'DEHS nre invited for the ERECTION of ADDITIONAL SCHOOL BUILDINGS, AL- IJiiKAriONS, Ac to the Dinas Infants' Schools, neat rHndy Station, T^V. R-, in accordance with Plans, Specifications, &o■■ to be 8een at the Archi- tect s OflBce, Maesyffrwd, Treorky, after the 15th instant Sealed Tenders to be sent to me, on or before the 3rd day of March next. The Board do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Dated this 10th day of ^"bruary, 1886. W. JOHN, Clerk to the Board. Brynteg. UMitrisant. English Congregational Church. A Fancy Stall &c., Will be held in aid of the above, at the TOWN HALL, PONTYPRIDD ON On Thursday, 18th of March, 1886. j^ERVOUS DEBILITY, 1 DE A F N E i3 S, D NOISES IN THE EARS, AFFECTION OF THE EYES, and other bodily ailments. Sufferers should send for REV. E. J. SILVERTON'S WORK on "de complaints (275th Thousand), containing valuable information. Post free for Six Penny Stamps. None should despair. Sotetheaddreea, REV. E. J. SILVEUTON, 16 to 19, IUPBBIAL BUILD INGS, LUDGATB OIBCDS, LONDON, E.O. PUBLIC NOTICE. The Public Health Act, 1875. REGISTER OF OWNERS FOR THE DISTRICT OF YSTRA.DYFODWG. Notice of time for vtahing Claims and Objections. I hereby give Notice that all persons who are entitled t. vote as owners or proxies at the eleation of members of the Local Board fer the District of Ystradyfodwg, and who are not on the regis er of owners and proxies new in force, or who being cn the register do not retain the qualification or the address described therein, and who are desirous to have their name inserted in the register about to be made for the said District, and ali persons who are desirous df objecting to any name on the register now in force, ate hereby required te give or send to me on some one of the first six days of March next, a elaim or objection (as the case may be) in the form hereunder set forth. Dated this 21st day of February, 1886, JOHN DAVIES, Chairman of the Local Board. OWNER'S CLAIM. To the Chair», an of the Local Board for the district of Ystradyfodwg. This day of 1886. I the undersigned claim to have my name insei- ted in the register of owners and proxies for the District of Ystradyfod wg. pursuant to the provisions of the Publio Health Act, 1875. as owner of the property hereinafter described which is situate in the Parish of th»t is to say («) I also state tb&t the interest or estate which I have in such property, and the amount of all the rent-service which I receive or pay in respect there- of, and the names of the persons from whom I receive or to whom I pay such rent-service are set forth in the form hereunder written. I Description of Pro- rerty (b) I In respect of wbich I have an estate or interest of (c) to And in respect of m whioh I receive in rent-service the sum of (d) I From (e) to I And in respect of m which I pay in rent- I service the snm of ..(/J. I To (g) .Signature of Claimant. Address (h) of Claimant [a] Here insert a clear statement of the property, as house," building," house and acres of land." [b] Describe the property by its name, situation, or the name of the occupier, or any other designa- tion by which it may be identified. [c] Describe the estate or interest as an estate in jee simple, of freehold, a term of years and also whether it is held by the claimant solely or jointly with others, and in the case of a partrfbr claiming, insert the number and names of the other partners in the firm. [d] If the property is let by the owner, insert the amount of rent received from each tenant. [e] Insert name of tenant wr tenants. [f J If the owner is a lessee paying rent, insert the amount of all the rent he pays. [3] Insert the name of the lessor. [h J This need nut be the ewnei's raeidence, bat should be some addiess within the district. A partner must aet out the tumeumt of rent- aerviee which he would receive or pay if the qualifying property were equally divided between his co-partners and himself. CLAIM OF PROXY. To the Chairman of the Local Board for the District of Tstradyfodwg. This day of 1886. I the undersigned having been appointed by of owner [or owners] of the property hereinafter described, which is situate in the parish of to vote as his [or their] proxy pursuant to the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1875, claim to have my name inserted in the register of owners arfd proxies for the district of Yetradyfodwg as such proxy. I herewith transmit to you [a] the wtiting under the hand [or hands, or in the case of a corporation the seal] of appointing me such proxy. I also state that the interest or estate which has [or have] in such property and the amount of rent-service which he [or they] receives [or receive] or pays [or pay] in respect thereof and the names of the persons from whom he [or they] receives [or receive] or to whom he [or they] pays [or PBY I such reut service are set forth in the form hereunder written. Description of pro- perty (b) In-respeot of which the appointor has an estate or interest of (c) to I And in respect of m I which the appcintor receives in rent-ser- vice the sum of (d) From (e) & I And in respect of III which the appointor ° I pays in rent-service p. the sum of (/) I Te (g) ( Signature of proxy. Address (7i) of proxy. [а] If the appointment itself is not sent insert tb« words "an attested copy of." [b] Describe the property by its name, situation, or the name of the ocoupier, or any other designa- tion by which it may be identified. (c.) Describe the estate or interest, as an estate in fee simple, of freehold, a term of years, and whether it is held by the appointor solely or jointly with others. (d) If the property is let by the appointor, insert the amount of sent received from eacb tenant. (e) Insert the u-me of tenant or tenants. (/) If the appointor is a lessee paying rent, in- sert the amcuut of all the rent he pays. (g) Insert the name of the lessor. (h) This need not be the proxy's residence, but should be some address within the district. FORM OF OBJECTION. To the Chairman of the Local Board for the district of Ystradyfodwq. This day of 1886. I hereby give you Notice that I object to the name of the parson mentioned and described below being retained on the register of owners and proxies for the district of Ystradyfodwg. Christian and sirname Address (Nature of Description of the owner as Qualifica- (in case of or proxy ob- described. I tion, as proxy) of jected to. described, appointor. Signature of objector' j Address Of Objector- i The Public Health Act, 1875. "1 REGISTER OF OWNERS FOR THE DISTRICT OF PONTYPRIDD. Notice of Time for Malting Claims and Objections. I hereby give notice that all persons who are en- titled to vote as owners or proxies at the election of members of the Local Board for the District of Pontypridd, and who are not on the register of owners and proxies now in force, or who being on the register do not retain the qualification or the address described therein, and who are desirous to have their name inserted in the register about to be made for the sdid District, and all persons who are desirous of objecting to any name on the regis- ter now in force, are hereby required to give or send to me on some one of the first six days of March next, a claim or objection (as the case may be) in the form hereunder set forth. D..ted this 22ad day of February, 1886. HENKY LL.' G ROY MR, Returning Officer for the Local Board. OWNER'S CLAIM. To the Returning Officer of the Local Board for the District of Pon,{ypfKM. This day of 1886. I the undersigned claim to have my name inserted in the register of owners and proxies for the District of Pentypridd, pursuant to the provi- sions of the Public Health Aot, 1875, as owner of the property hereinafter described which is situate in the parish of that is to say (a) I also state that the interest or estate which I have in such property, and the amount of all the rent-service which I receive or pay in resoect there- of, and the names of the persons for whom I re- ceive or to whom I pay such rent-service are set forth in the form hereunder written. I Description of Pr6- I perty (b) In respect of which I have an estate or interest of (c) I have an estate or interest of (c) I Ard in respect of m which I receive in o rent-service the sum p* of (d)* I From (e) ha And in respect of| B wbich 1 pay in rent-! servioe the sum of (/) To (g) To (g) .Signature of Claimant. Address (h) of Claimant. [a] Here insert a clear statement of property, as house," building," hoase and acres of land." [b] Describe the property by its name, situation, or the name of the occupier, or any other designa- tion by which it may be identified. [c] Describe the estate or interest as an estate in fee simple, of freehold, a term of years, and also whether it is held by the claimant solely or jointly with others, and in the case of a partner claiming, insert the number and names of the other partners in the firm. [d j If the property is let by the owner, insert the amount of rent rec-ived from each tenant. [«] Insert name of tenant or tenants. [f] If the owner is a lessee paying rent, insert the amount of all the rent he pays. [g] Insert the name of the lessor. [h] This need not be the owner's residence, but should be some addresa within the District. A part¡.o: muab -d- -C -t. service which he would receive or pay if the f qualifying property were equally divided between his co-partners and himself. CLAIM OF PROXY. To the Returning Officer for the Local Board for the District of Pontypridd. This day of 1886. I the undersigned having been appointed by of owner (or owners) of the pro. perty hereinafter describe i which is situate in the parish of to vote as his (or their) proxy pursuant to the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1875, claim to have my name inserted in the register of owners and proxies for the District of Pontypridd as such proxy. I herewith transmit to you (a) the writing ander the hand (or hands, or in the case of » Corporation the seal) of appointing me such proxy. I also state that the interest or estate which has (or have) in such property and the amount of the rent service which he (or they) receives (or re- ceive) or pays (or pay) in respect thereof and the names of the persons fr m whom he (or they) re- ceives (or receive) or to whom he (or they) pays (or pay) s"ch rent.service are set forth in the form hereunder written. I I Description of Pro- perty (b) i I In rffiffcgt of wHeh the appointor has an estate or interest of (c) t to Ard iu respect of which the oppointor Wreceives in rent.ser- vice the snm 'if (ot) From (e) _J to And in respect of m whioh the appointor pays in rent-6ervice fr i the sum of (/) I To [a J If the appoiDtmelritsetf is not sent, insert the words "an attestedyopT of." (b) Describe the prope< ty by its name, situation, or the name of the occupier, or any other designa- tion by which it tD""Y be identified. [c J Desoribe the estate or interest, as an estate in fee simple, of freehold, a term of years, and whether it is held by the appointor solely or jointly with others. [d] If the property is let by the appointor, in- selt the amount of rent received from each tenant. [e] Insert the name of tenant or tenr.nts. [/] I' t-he appointor is » lessee pa>ing rent, ia- aert thn amcuut of the rent he pays. [3] Insert the arme of the lessor. Ehj This need not be the proxy's residence, bnt should be some address wltbin the Distriot. .FORM OF OBJECTION. To the Returning Officer for the Locallloard for the District of Pontypridd. This day of 1886. I hereby !ive notice that I objeot to the name of the person mentioned and described below being retained on the register of owners and proxies for the District of Pontypridd. Christian and surname of Address Nature of Description the owner or as Qualifica- (in case of proxy described. tion as proxy) of objected. described. appointor. Signature of Objector. Address of Objector.