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OF THE NEWPORT ATHENMJM AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THIS INSTITUTE WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1841, FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE AMONGST ITS MEMBERS j AND WAS ADMITTED INTO UNION WITH THE SOCIETY OF ARTS, 18th AUGUST, 1852. Vol. 2—No. 14. FEBRUARY, 1865. Gratis to Members. ADVERTISEMENTS. The " Monthly Journal" is strongly recommended to Adver¬ tisers as a medium for publishing their announcements. The guaranteed circulation is 1000 per issue, ef which large numbers it is believed are regularly filed by Members of the Newport Athenseum. Orders for Advertisements to appear in the ensuing number of the " Monthly Journal" should be sent to the Secretaries, or to the advertising Agent, Mr. E. M. Mingay, South Wales Railway Station, not later than the 20th of each month. SCALE OP CHAEGES. Two Shillings for every inch of space ; or One Shilling and Six¬ pence if continued for three consecutive months. PILLGWENLLY rVHE above Entertainments will be continued at the Temple 1 Street School Room, Pillgwenlly, on Wednesday evenings, February 1st & 15th. Admission, Id. j Beserved Seats, 6d, 49" No Change given at the Door. NOW READY, THE FIRST VOLUME OF THE Neatly Bound, Price 1/6 BUT OF THE MAKER. Members desirous of completing their sets of the Journal for the Tear 1864, may obtain back numbers at One Penny each upon application to the Curator or Secretaries—a small number only being in hand, an early application will be necessary. IN AID OF THE TABERNACLE IMPROVEMENT FUND. A LECTURE will be delivered at the Town Hall, on Thursday the 9th February, by the HEY. P. W. GABHTGH, B.A. upon "SIR WALTER RALEIGH & HIS TDIES". The chair will be taken by the Mayor at 8 o'Ciock precisely. Tickets Is. each may he obtained at the Athenceum Beading-room by application to the Curator, or at Mr. Newman** Commercial St. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOT AND SHOE HANUFACTOBY, 124, Commercial St., Newport, Mon. JAMES ROBNEB, Proprietor. J-AJVIES LEAOH, BRASS & IRON BEDSTEAD DEPOT, Wholesale & Eetail Furniture WAEEHOUSE, 117, Commercial-Street, Newport. A large assortment of DINESfG and DEAWINQ ROOM FURNITURE, in ROSEWOOD, WALNUT, and MAHOGANY, and the largest and most varied stock of BRASS and IRON BEDSTEADS in SOUTH WALES. Furniture bought to any amount, or taken in Exchange. ALL ARTICLES SOLD ON~THE YERY LOWEST TERMS FOR CASH. MESSRS. BODMER BROTHERS, Newport, Mon., BEG to call the attention of Architects, Builders and others, to their PATENT STONE BEICKS, Both Plain and Ornamental. These Bricks improve with time, .are not affected by frost, can be highly recommended for their accurate shape ~ handsome appearance, and pleasing colour; are adapted for use under water, as well as for ordinary Building purposes. Price not exceeding that of good clay bricks. EDWARD JENKINS, FAMILY GROCER AND BAKER, 12, Lower George Street, Newport, Mon. PURE HOME-MADE BREAD Delivered daily to any part of the Town. Orders may be given at No. 6, Morgan St., TarTc Square MRS. GKEO-RGKE ^USTK^.E-XT, STRAW BONNET MAKER, 4, DOCK STREET, NEWPORT, Mon. All kinds of Straw "Work Cleaned and Dyed, and Altered at Moderate Charges.