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mtfMjr Jmnpmt OF THE NEWPORT ATHEEZEUM AND MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE INSTITUTE WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1841, FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE AMONGST ITS MEMBERS; AND WAS ADMITTED INTO UNION WITH THE SOCIETY OF ARTS, 18th AUGUST, 1852. Vol. 2—No. 18. JUNE, 1865. Gratis to Members. TO ADVERTISERS. The " Monthly Journal" is strongly recommended to Adver¬ tisers as a medium for publishing their announcements. The guaranteed circulation is 1000 per issue, of -which large numbers it is believed are regularly filed by Members of the Newport Athenasum. 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 OF CHARGES. Two Shillings for every inch of space j or One Shilling and Six¬ pence if continued for three consecutive months. THE UNRIVALLED FOUR AND SIXPENNY Ladies Spring Side Boot, to be had only at CAMPBELL & CO'S, 154. COMMERCIAL STREET. Ifetoprt 3t%irat ft fprjmnirs' Institute. NOTICE- rpHE LIBRARY is Now Open on 1 TUESDAY AFTERNOONS from One to Three o'clock. By order of the Directors, WILLIAM WADE, ") ,- „„_ H. L. DAW, } HoN' SeC8' ALFRED STONEHOUSE, Secretary. MATTHEW JOHNS, (Late Secretary to the Nmvport Athenceum.) COAL AND COEN MERCHANT, CORPORATION WHARF, SCREW PACKET BOAD, H* E -W Is OE T . The Best Mynyddyslwyn Bed Ash Coal delivered to any part of Newport at the following prices, viz.: Large Screened Hand-PickedCoal............ 13s. Od. per ton Large Coal (as received from Collieries) ...... 12s. Od. „ Brush Coal (thro' and thro') ............... lis. Od. „ Orders received at No. 8, Morgan-street. Park Place, and 81, Commercial-street. Sole Consignee of the Apps Brewery Co's celebrated BidefordAles for Monmouthshire, Herefordshire, and South Wales. E. PALMER & SON, beg to call the attention of the Public to the gkeat facilities they have for executing in the best style and with despatch, every description of Letter Press and Copper Plate Printing, Lithography, Chr onto-Lithography', Engraving 9 Machine Ruling', Perforating, fyc, on the most rea¬ sonable terms, at their Establishment, CORN STREET, NEWPORT, MON. «ir AN APPRENTICE WANTED. EVERYBODY SAYS FOR THE NICEST, BEST, AND CHEAPEST CAKES, YOU SHOULD GO TO BLAND'S, 33, COMMERCIAL-ST., & 17, HIGH-ST. NOW READY, THE FIRST VOLUME OP THE ' JkdLOTSTTIEIILrsr JOXJPHST^^Ij,3 Neatly Bound, Price 1/6 Members desirous of completing their sets of the Journal for the Year 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. 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 he given at No. 6, Morgan St., Fark Square*