CHAEP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Prepaid Advertisemen of the Waiiteff class are inserted according t.. tin* aeeompaajriug scale. The insertions must bo consecutive, and if not prepaid the business rate will be charged. Lines Words.' T 0no T TlirÂ°Â° T Sis Insertion. Insert-ion?. Insertions. 4 28 Is. Od. 2s. Od. 3s. Od. :tÂ¡ Is. 3d. 2s. (Id. 3s. DIl. t: 42 Is. Od. 3s. Od. 4s. 6d. 7 49 Is. Od. 3s. Gd. 5s. 3d. 5 5G 2s. Od. 4s. Od. Gs. Od. "I,' UUllces nwy be made in HalJ-Penwj Postage Stamps. IT^OUXD.â€”Those people who are fortunate enough r to purchase Dick's Boots, have found them to be durable, comfortable and cheap. ANTED.â€”In a small family at Leamington T where a housemaid is kept, a good general servant who can do plain cooking.â€”Apply at 36, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. LISBURNE COTTAGE, rI^O BE SOLD by Private Contract. -Apply to Mr. L Thomas Collins, Auctioneer, etc.. Cubin g House, Xowfoundland-street, Aberystwyth. PURE MILK can be had at Jones', Tymolin 1 Dairy, bottom of Penglais Hill. In the morning, from 7 to 7.30. evening, to ti o'clock, when the cows can be seen milking. Orders punctually at- tended to. TO TAILORS. J O If X R T C II A R D S & C o., MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Have vacancies for several good hands none others need apply. BESWICK LODGÃ‰, WAUN FAWR, One Mile from Aberystwyth. rpt[E above Freehold Property, consistingof a six- i. roomed Dwelling House and large garden, is to be Sold by Private Treaty. Apply to Griffith Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Aberystwyth. SALISBURY HOUSE. LLANBAI >AKX n OAD ABERYSTWYTH. BE LET, the above residence, either partly or 1. wholly, furnished or otherwise.â€”Apply to Mr. George Green, Foundry. ABERYSTWYTH.â€”TO PRAPERS AND OTHERS. rpo BE LET or SOLD, with possession in November, J. the large and commodious Shop and Premises known as No. 32, Pier-street, Aberystwyth, now in tiie occupation of Mr. David Lloyd, draper. The Shop and other fixtures may be taken at a valuation. ') h" house is situate in the best business street in the to", n.â€”For further particulars apply on the premises LONDON HOUSE. ABERYSTWYTH. rpHE basement and upper part of London HonRe," JL at the corner of Great Darkgate-strcet and Biiker-street.5 consisting of two drawing rooms and IV. on the first floor three bedrooms and closet on second floor three good attics, and in the basement good kitchen, scullery and cellar TO BE LET. Apply to Mr. G. T. Smith, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, at his office, 42, North Parade, Aberystwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE.â€”NEW LISBURNE MINE. RPO be SOLD by PRIVATE CONTRACT, by the X executrix of the late GEORGE PELL, ESQ., deceased, a Freehold Estate, with the Machinery and Materials now iti use thereon, comprising the above mine, together with the Mining Leases of adjoining Properties, as a going concern. It is believed the lodes of the mine are a continuation of the well-known Loygals. For plans and particulars apply to WALTER EDDY, ESQ., Llangollen, and to view to CAPTAIN BALL, on the mine. TAMAR VALLEY SILVER LEAD MINE, DEVON. RPO be SOLD by PRIVATE TREATY, by the JL executrix of the late GEORGE PELL, ESQ., deceased, all that desirable Mining Sett, situate in the parish of Beerferris, in the county of Devon, together with the Machinery and Materials now on use on the said mine, which will be offered for sale as a going concern. For plans and particulars, apply to WALTER EDDY, ESQ., Llangollen, and for view to CAPTAIN TRUSAN, on the mine. BUY R,ECKITT'S PAR Is B L U E IN SQUARES. fT IS USED BY THE RICHEST ON ACCOUNT OF ITS BEAUTY, AND BY THE POOREST, BECAUSE OF ITS CHEAPNESS. i fMessrs. ttscKin &Soss, Shepherd's Bosh. Letter from j Gen:leinenitt j October28th, 1874 TIIK DUCHESS am very pleased J with your SQUARE BLUE. I have now Â°t S used it for some time, and both for BEAUTY E !)I of COLOUR and ECONOMY it far surpasses I any other I have hitherto used." Yours Laundress. Lresvectfully, SARAH.GAHDNEK, Laundresi to H.K.H. thÂ« Duchess of Edinburgh PRICE ONE PENNY THE SQUARE. Beware of Injurious Imitations. To be had of all respectable Grocers, Oilmen, and Druggist*. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted to cure all discharges from the Urin- ary Organs, in either sex, acquired or constitutional, Gravel, and Pains in the Back. Sold in Boxes, 4s. 6d each, by all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the Maker, F. J. CLARKE, Consulting Chemist, High Street, Lincoln. Wholesale Agents. BARCLAY & SONS, London. And all the Wholesale Houses. NOTICE TO MINE AND QUARRY AGENTS. W ANTES tÂ» Purchase, all kinds of Old Ma- chinery, Metal, and Scrap Iron, Address to JAMES MCILQUHAM, Machine Broker, fcc., Aberystwvth. V B.â€”MIXING PLANT, &c., BOUGHT AND SOLD 0> COMMISSION. THE ECLIPSE SAUCE. IT ECLIPSES ALL THE CHEAP SAVCSS. TRY IT. In bottles at 6d., Is. and 2s. each. MANUFACTURED BY CHARLES MORRIS, READING, and sold retail by all Grocers and Oilmen. ESTABLISHED 18:35. 0 N I,S V E C TRAD* J/ FYlNC PUs^>^ T) Y the use of which Thousands of Cures have been i 9 effected in Bilious Disorders, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Colds, Coughs, Rheumatism, Scurvy, and all Skin Diseases. Sold by all Chemists and Medicine Vendors. In boxes from 7 Â£ d., Is. 1 id., and 2s. 9d. each. Free per Post in the United Kingdom for 8, 14, and 33 stamps. G. WHELPTON & SON, â– I. CRANE COURT FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C. ANDERSON, ABBOTT, & ANDERSON, INDIA RUBBER MANUFACTURERS, tji, and 17, CASTLE STREET SWANSEA, MANUFACTURERS of India Rubber Sheet, India Rubber Washers, India Rubber Valves, India Rubber and Cotton Canvas Driving Belts, Leather Driving Belts, Gutta Percha Driving Belts, India Rubber Packing for Pistons, Patent Chalk Packing, Patent Plumbago PackiBg, Cetton Waste, Hemp, Oil- Grease, Tallow, &c., &c. Ai;E\"T FOR ABERYSTWYTH MR, GEORGE GREENâ€”ENGINEER. To CORRESPONDENTS. f't- f-.LLA and MISERICORDIA.â€”Your letter cannot be published as you have sot mentioned your private address. To Ot K READERS. The <~>hserver was not printed in time for post yester- day fFriday) evening Various item", of district and other news are unavoidably held over. j i -l.. jii â– â– i.n |
STREET OBSTRUCTIONS. The long vexed question of the clearing of the public thoroughfares of the town from the hucksters' stalls, the tradesmens' bales ot goods, and similar obstructions, does at last appear as if it were about to receive a final settlement. The subject has come to the surface in one shape or another for many years past, but hitherto the net result lias been-chatter. The force of Dr. New man's weighty words as to the advantage of judicious and persistent action over cease- lessly flowing and purposeless talk is scarcely realized at Aberystwvth. Of passing resolutions there is no endâ€”then; is a fort- nightly council >- thai pa poseâ€” but when the tiuv_- i a -s Â£ >:â€¢ ext. ving those resolutions into i-jt t'cal s I Vci, veil, then it is a gt>od opportunity" for considering the matter once again, and passing another reso- lution. Instances could be cited where a line of conduct akin to this has been pursued, and it is an unquestionable fact that at the j present time Pier-street and Great Darkgate- strcet are encumbered bv obstructions. We can only hope that the chief constable, who has displayed laudable determination in the matter, having been energetically supported too, by Supt. Lloyd, will steadily persevere inliisetforts to abate thcnuisance. The task may be temporarily unpopular, but in the end success is certain, and the recogni- tion of the public will finally be as cordial as it is now in some directions otherwise The general feeling. if should be noted, has changed wonderfully respecting this question of street obstruction during even the past two years, and a corresponding future advance in the opinion of the townspeople may be confidently predicted. The clearing of the streets is necessary and desirable in most towns, apart from the requirements of the law, but in watering- places dependent in at least a great measure upon the support of visitors, any other course is undoubtedly suicidal. The town, or certainly a large section of its inhabitants, has much to gain or lose in proportion as the visitors derive favourable or unfavourable impressions of its cleanHness and general order, and the appearance of the thorough- fares would be vastly improved if the keep- ers of all stalls were compelled to remove them to the public markets. A like amelio- ration would attend the stringent enforces ment of the law respecting the deposition of tradesmcns' goods on the footpaths more than one member of the Town Council is a prominent offender in this respect, and the law should be impartially allowed to take its course. Upwards of two years ago notices were issued by the town clerk stating that the corporation had resolved to put into operation the provisions of the tJ6th section of the local Act, which enacts that after the opening of the Public Markets the streets shall be cleared. When prosecutions were set on foot some time ago a disposition was manifested to over-ride the law; happily we have now an addition to the magisterial bench of justices who have no inclination to sustitute their personal predilections for the letter of the statute, and on Wednesday the police authorities were successful in obtaining a conviction. We have no desire that indi- viduals should be hardly dealt with, but we hope the chief constable will persevere in the work he has begun. An opinion seems prevalent that the streets cannot be legally cleared until the corpora- tion have erected a public market, but it may be replied that possibly even in point of strict law, and certainly so far as the question is practically concerned, the con- tention is fallacious. About two and a half years ago the corporation solicitor prepared leases transferring the whole of the public markets to the corporation, who have there- fore virtually complied with the law. It is true that the three markets are sub-let, but a scale of tolls has been drawn up, (the dues being exceedingly moderate in amount), and the lessees cannot demand higher rates from the dealers than the table of fees which is sanctioned by the corporation. The council by becoming the lessees of the markets, and by the issue of a scale of tolls, have dischar- ged their obligations in the matter, and a contrary argument is surely illogical, while the corporation solicitor declared to the magistrates on Wednesday that it was also bad law. The town possesses three markets already do the objectors wish the corpora- tion to build a fourth ? The ratepayers would in all likelihood have something to say on that score; in point of fact an addi- tional market is utterly needless. At the same time the opinion ot the large majority of the inhabitant s is coming round to tne view that the streets must be cleared.
Mr. J. E. Hughes of Padtyddafad, near 1 Llanilar, was elected a medical officer of the Aberystwyth Union at the meeting of the guardians on Monday, in the place of Mr. Jacob Roberts. There is no doubt that a lamentable amount of drunkenness prevails in country districts owing to the occasional licenses for the sale of intoxicating liquors which are granted at the yearly fairs. The Tregaron magistrates instituted a commendable reform on Tuesday, when at the instance of Supt. t Lloyd, they decided that in future no occa- sional licenses should be issued unless public application were made for them at the monthly petty sessions. The example is thoroughly worthy of imitation by the magis- trates in other divisions of the county. Mr. Fryer made an admirable proposition at the meeting of the Aberystwyth guardians on Monday, that a medical officer should be appointed for the Union, an adequate salary being paid in order that he should not find it necessary to occupy himself with general practice, but devote himself solely to the work of the Union. There can be no ques- tion that the poor would receive more care- ful attention while the sanitary business would be more efficiently performed. The chairman argued that the additional expense to the ratepayers would be but trifling, while the increased value of the services would much more than compensate for the extra outlay. This is no doubt true, but the amount (Â£400) of the salary mentioned by Mr. Fryer was, we believe, far too low to secure the results which he desires. The estimate should at least be fixed a couple of hundred pounds higher, as it ought to be borne in mind that a medical officer having the superintendence of so large a district as the Aberystwyth Union would necessarily incur considerable expense on account of mere locomotion charges. The leading; principle of the suggestion js, however, cer- I tainly worthy of the consideration of the ratepayers. â– " I â– Â« â€”â€”* â€”â€”1
Horal cmne. -+- BDLLOCK'3 ROTAL MARIONETTES have been performing at thl" Queen's Hotel Assembly Rooms, and have given unbounded satisfaction. POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.â€”On Tuesday, Loudon letters due in the morning did not reach Aberyst- wyth until three o'olock in the afternoon, and the delt very did not commence until about half-past four, so that tradespeople eould not reply by return of post. ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH.â€”Three hundred addi- tional hymn books have been provided at St. Michael's church for the use of tbe visitors and the offertories on Sunday were devoted to the pay- ment of the outlay. TRAINS FOR SEPTEMBER.â€”There are important alterations in the train erervice of the Cambrian Railways during the present month. The morning mail will reach Aberystwyth at 7.~>0, and the even- ing mail at C.24 the 11.20 p.m. train will continue to run The const train will leave Aberystwyth at 4.15 p.m. and the ><0 train will be discontinued. WREXHAM EISTEDDFOD.â€”An additional prize was awarded to the ncv. T. J. Morgan (Thalamus) of Pontrhydfendigaid, on Friday. The subject of the competition was for the best Tuchangerdd (satirical poem), Y Clorianydd Anghywir," the value of the award beiti* Â£3. The adjudicator, Ceiriog, assigned the priise to Thalamus, who was I invested by Mrs. J. AUingtou Hughes. There were eleven competitor#. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS.â€”Aoproximate return of traffic receipts for the week ending Aug 27fh, 1876 Miles oppn, 178. Passengers, parcels, &c^ Â£ 3,522; merchandise, minerals, and live etock, Â£ 1,788 total for the week, t5,310 aggregate from commence- ment of current half-year to this date, Â£ "58,050. Corresponding week last voir. Miles opeu, 178, Passengers, &c Â£ 3,>G2; merchandise,minerals, and live stock, 1 0'67 total fur the week. Â£ 5 229; i fn â€¢ c â€¢mm"nce-ent of the half-year to thi'" +"f', Â£;;7.1 L Vr^TRv .c: 11X(x.â€”A mof'.ing of the niti pny^rs was Ik1! it- iht- vstry of 8t. Michael'* church o> Friday it, ii r the 2oth ult., for the pur pm." of â€¢ppointing three members of the Burial Board in tlie plue.' of Mcs-rs. John Rees, Griffith Ji>ne>, and the Rev. John Willia:ns. The chair was taken by the Mayor (AMerman Wafkins), and there were also present Messrs. J. W. Szlurnper, J hn Davies, Thomas Jones, E. R Roberts, Hugh Hughes, &c. Mr..Szlurnper proposed that ibe retiring members should be re-pit cted, and the motion being seconded by Alderman Davies, was carricd unanimously. THE CAMI'.RIAX RAILWAY COMPANY.â€”The half-yearly report of the directors of the Cambrian Railways slmws the traffic receipts to June 30 to have been X04 451, against iSS,480, an increase of t.:>,9Ã¯l. i he total expenditure on capital account to cbte has been Â£'?t;Ã¯,:WG, and ofthis Â£ 2,o79 has been carried to general balance sheet. In conse- quence of the arbitntion under the Acr of 1875 not being completed, it is intended to hold the meet- ing on the 29tli instant together wllh the 24th half- yearly meeting, now standing adjourned, pro forma only, and to adjourn both meetings to Wednesday, February 28, then to be netd for the despatch of business. PROFESSOR PARRY'S COMPLIMENTARY CON- C'ERT.â€” The complimentary conceit to be given by the members of the Music a! Society to their con- ductor, Professor Parry, will be held at the Tem- perance Hall on Tuesday evening next. The tirst part o1 the progninme comprises a selection from Professor Parry's own compositions, while the Second will consist of the dramatic cantata of Llewelyn, by Mr. John Thomas (PeneiJivld Ciwulia), Harpist to Her Majesty the Queen. The cantata, it will t'e remembered was performed during the winter with marked success the composer, Mr. John Thorn K, being present and accompanying the soios and cliorus'-s Oil his harp. Mr. Thomas lias again eotiseu'ed to attend en Tuesday evening next, and his reputation as an accomplished harpist, together with the general excellence of the pro- gramme, will r.o doubt attract a large audience, i'ne soloists, Miss Hattie Davies, Miss Annie Wil- liams, Mr. II. C. Jenkins, and Mr. W. Hopkins, will app.-ar in character costumes and an orches- tra. w II form a feature of the ente â€¢tamment. CAKMAUTIIEX AND CAKOIGAX RAILWAY.â€” The half-yearly meeting of the proprietors of the Car- marthen and Cardigan Railway took place on Tues- day, at the City Terminus II,,ud, Mr. J 31. Knight presiding. The report and statement ofacconets stated that the aff,tirs of the company were adminis- tered by the Court "f Chancery under the debenture holders' suit, and the accounts were rendered to and checked by thit Court in Cc.nsi-quence, the directois had dispensed with the services ol auditors, and the net revenue continued tbe applied as the Court of Chauc-ry ordered The revenue account stated ill >t t:ie maintenance of way, works, and stations locomotive power, carriage repairs, wu<;gon hire, ^c., &Â«., am .muted curing the hull-year to 824^ 13a 4d. l'tie receipts on account of passengers amoun- ted to 3G5UZ 1^ parcels, horses, carriages, and nails ;J(j21. 9d., an merchandise and minerals brought the receipts up 5)/7 6/ 13, 4d.â€”In opening the proceed- ings the Chairman said that he was glad to say that during the last half-year the mineral iraflic ot the railway had been maintained, though they iiad considerable competition from a branch of the VY'hii- land alld Tag Yrale Railway, whicn hadaifect.d the passenger traffic to some extent but nad not in- terfered Willi the goods. Mr. Plaskelt said with respect to we stock of the company they had som thing like ;32,0u0i. of bonds? which had been ex- amined, nut there were ab-ut tiO,UUOl. worth of Donds, the owners of which had never been called upon to produce them, and they still rem ii:Â»rd to be examined. The courts were now closed, conse- quently no progress could be made during tne vaca- tion. It would therefure be advisable to ask all those persons who had not sent in their bonds to do so, in oider that they be examined and (he certifi- cates applied for, lie would, however, caution them not to be too sauguine as to the period at which the bonds would be converted into stock, be cause it would take a considerable ti.T-.eto eff, et, the change. There were claims to the extent of (300,000; and although in almost all cases they would be valid, still there were instances, in thy ease of dead men's bonds and others, which sroulu have o be decided by the Court ot Chancery.â€”The report was then adopted, andayoteotthankst" the ehairman and directors terminated the pro- ceedings,
BARMOUTH. JEWELLERY, MINERALOGY. VISITORS to this delightful watering place are in- vited to inspect the Unique Stock of Jewellery, Japanese and Fancy Goods, at 3, AEL-Y-DON, Also a Magnificent Collection of Minerals and Precious Stones. J. W. COTTON, F.G.S., Proprietor. Aberamffra House, Miss Ricketts Arthur Cohen, Esq Q.C., Mrs Cohen and fam- ily, London Miss Gallaher, London 2, Aberarutfra Terrace, Miss Roberts Ibe Rev. R. B Thompson and family, Thurston- lund Vicarage, Yorkshire J, Aelfor Terrace, Mrs W. Jones Mr and Mrs Manlejr, At-herton, near Manchester 3, Aelfor Terrace, Mrs Davies Miss Eides, and Miss L. Eades, Moseley 5, Aelfor Terrace Mr Gray, Misi Gray, and Mrs Varwell, Wor- cester 6, Aelfor Terrace, Mrs W. Williams Mrs Jardine, Dunstable Mrs Gould, Wolverham- ton; Mr and Mrs Alcock, Birmingham Mr Cook. 110 3, Aelydon, J. W. Cotton, F.G.S. Mr J. H. Mead and family, Cheisea Mrs J. B. Haseler and family, Handsworth 4, Aelydon, Mrs Griffith Mr anrl Mrs Bond and lamily, Cambridge Rev. C. H. and Mrs Baskerville and family, St. Silas Vlcanige, Birmingham J, Borthwen Terrace, Mrs Lewis Dr. Barttell una Mrs Baruli 3, Borthwen Terrace, Mrs Davies J. II. lladland, Esq., and Mrs Hadlands, baby and two maids, Wellington, Surrey; Isaac \Voodbcr- ington, Esq., Colonel Buardrige, West Burton- on-Fliut Brynhyfryd, Miss Dedwith Mr and Mrs Corwiek, family and servants, Lon- don Miss Noble and party, l'Â«nrith ill-u Jones, Miss Jones, and .\1 iss Russell, \Taver- trep. Liverpool Mr and Mrs Pilley and family Croydon 1, Brynymor, Mrs Edwards Hev. H. S. Gedge, All Saints, Northampton Mr and Mrs Main, Leicester Miss Main, Miss Talbot, London 2, Craigydon, Misses Roberts Mr and Mrs Kmberlin, family and servant, and Miss Hollidny, Oxford Mrs and the Misses Fuller. Wellington 1, Fronfelan Terrace, Mrs Roberts J. W. Feathers, Esq., family and nurse, Birming- ham Mrs Holmes, Lincolnshire Mrs Water- house, Mr and Mrs Waterhouse and family, Sedley. E. D. Benison, Heaton 2, Fronfellan Terrace, Mrs Matlieson Mrs Weyman and party Mr and Mrs Griffiths and family 4, Fronlellan Terrace, Mrs Griffiths Mr and Mrs C"mpton-Lundie, Berwickshire; Mrs Miss, ajd Mr C. Hull and maid; Mrs Smith and family, Handsworth 5, Fronfelan Terrace, Mrs Edwards Mis Duncuft, Oldham Mrs Crosby, Satiord; Miss Harvey. Saiford, Mr and Mrs Hannay and family, Leamington L Glanaber Terrace, Mrs Pughe Mr and Mrs Cutler, The Misses Cutler, Walsall 2. Glanaber Terrace, Captain Roberts Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Acton 3, Glanaber Terrace, Mrs Adams Mrs Smith, Mr F. Smith, jun, Liverpool Glanaber House, Miss Richards Mr and Mrs Carr and family. Oak Lea, Ashton- on-Mersey Mr John Carr Seal; Mr T. Moley Seal Glanaig, Mrs Williams Mr mid the Misses Ro3e, London 2, Glanaig, J. Hughes Mr and Mrs Taylor, Heywood, near Manchester Is Glanydon, Mrs Lewis Mr and Mrs Hooper and family, Buxtoa Biift London Mr and Mrs RowbertBest, Brompton Glanydon, Mrs Edwards Mrs lieeston, P. P. J. Beeston, Eiq., Wellington, Salop | 1 Gly -dwr TÂ«IT<IE<>, W>'s Morris ( Vll' Sn -nil .1 1,1, 'I 0 ,| y L lido xlyndwr lmis. >1 Fi^hf>r ,\I s IS limtun, M s Kr ingt u, Miss Frmcs II. I'i ringtoii. The Hollies, Licbfi. Id Mr Charles Mills and family, Wals ill Glamorgan House, Mrs Williams Mrs Harwell and family, Edgbaston Gomerian House, Misa Margetts Mr F. and the Misses Kwen. Hagley Road, Bir- mingham Mr an 1 Mi-s Whirehnuse, Walsall; M.ss King, Wingfield, Derbyshire Miss Hut- chinson. Baih Graig F-ich, Uichird Morris Mr and Mrs Hawkins, Seacombo 2, Gtany weryd Terrace, Mrs Williams Mr aiul Mis Corbet and family, Leamington Mr and Mrs Treasure, and Mrs Brenehley, j Twickenham Gwendolen Villa, Mrs Owen G. Smith Fox, E,q., and family, Wellington, Somersetshire Gla iywerydd House, Mrs Anne Jones Mr 11ild Mrs Arthur Bracey and family, Bir- mingham Glanwerydd t'erraee, Misses Morris Mr and Mrs R. Sale, Mr G. II. S tie, Mrs Ardish, Stone Hill, Derby GlanWilliam LhltSe, W. Iiooerts Mrs Ctvswell and family, Ashby-de-la-zourli Mr and Mrs Joseph Alfred Barnett, 41, Ports down Road, Maid < Vale, Londou 2, Hendre Villa, Griffith Thomas Rev. Dr. Drummond and family,St. John's Wood, London 1, Gl <s or Terrace, Mr Pikes Mrs and the Misies Squiivs, Londou; Mr aud M rs Mackay family and servants, Kidder- minster Mr S. Sharpe, Walsall Mrs, and the 3 Misses Cole, do Mr ana Mrs Woodall, Shrewsoury. 2, Glastor Terrace, Mrs Williams Major and Mrs P rker and family, Cawthorpe, Bourne Mr and Mrs Stevenson, Derby 4, Glastor T, rrace, Mrs William Mrs and Miss Wrilliains Misses E. and A. Wll liaius, RoslI Miss Cragle. Edinburgh Misa Chivers and maid, Woodfield, Ross Meirion House, Mrs Jones I, Porkihgton Terrace Mr W. L. Robinson and family, Coventry Dr, Mrs, and Miss Fritt, Soutn Kensington the Mi vses Martyu au t Muster Martyn, Clifton I 4, Porkington Terra,-e, Mrs Williams Mr, Mrs, and Miss Clark, Manchester; Mr and Mrs Curdall, Master Cardall Mr and oM, Kobsou, Birmingham Mr Astwin all,1 family, Stratford-oil Avon 5, Porkington Terrace, Mrs Garnet Miss Dixon and the Messrs. W, and G. Dixon, Edgbaston Sir James llu l, Mrs Hull, Miss Hull Mrs VVillan, Miss Willan 8, Porkington Terrace, Capt T. Jones Frederick Leo Schuster and lamily, Oakland*, Ahtcrley Edgi, Aid. rley Porkington retrace, Mrs Thomas Mrs ftharpe, Liverpool Mrs Cnthbert.Manci.es- ter Mrs W. F. W. Bird, London Miss Bird, Miss Fanny Bird 10, Porkington Teirace Mrs Roclc and family, Cheltenham Mrs Lloyd and family, PJasyndre, Newtown Mrs Lloyd. Crescent Place, do 11, Porkington Terrace, Owen Griffiths Mr and Mrs Turner and family, London Mrs Holcombe. familyaud maLI, Belgrave iload, Loudon Mrs Maude Penlan House, M)tS Thomas Mrs Perrins, Handsworth Miss Perrins, d" Mrs Nicklin, Birmingham Misses Hall, do Mr W. H. Powell, Birmingham Red House, Mrs Edwards Mr G. Bailye, Miss Bailye Mr Murffill, Derby Talydon, Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Bunnell, Master and Miss Bushtdl, Giay Friar's Green, Coventry 2, Tal-issa Buildings, Mrs Cole Mr Nash, Miss Nash and maid, Masters O. and S Nash, Clifton; Mr and Mrs Hudson and tamily, Kingswo id Mr nnd Mrs Kinoch, Ludlow No address Mr and Mrs llarley, Wolverhampton, :Misse- Hartey, Mr F. Hurley j Mr* Aiehitson and family, London TOWYN. Bank Buildings, Mr Humphreys Mr Ellis, Wolverhampton; Mr Sinnit, do; Mrs and Mioses James, Penllwyn, Aberystwyth Bank Buildings, Mrs Hughes Mr and Mra Causer, Bir uingham Corbet Square, Somerset House Mr and Miss Pugbe, C'aeubrain Mr Evans, Dinas College Huuse, Mr Humphreys Miss Randies, Llanymyuaeh; Mr Davies, Lian- santffraid; Mr Roberts, Aberllenni; Mr Hughes, Corris Mrs Moreton, Lianwddyn College Green. Mr Griffith Roberts Mrs and MiÂ»s Jones, Siop, Corris; Mr Davies. Hendre Dou, Abcrangtit; Mr Owens, Mathai- arn, Llanwiin Mias Savage and Miss Davies, Cerri; Mr Jones, London Mr Murcly, Wol- verhampton Miss Roberts, (Jorrts Miss Davies, liatgoed Mr Francis, Aberhiriaeth Mr William Ledbur), Bromsgrove; Mr Tlioe Owens, do Mrs Evan Vaughan Mrs Morris, AOerystwyth Fred. Morn's, do; Mrs Wbitting, Llanfair; Miss Thomas, do; Mi- Thomas, do Glanymor Farm, Mrs Jones Mr aud Mrs Hibliert and family, Shrewsbury Mr Taj lor und SUII, Birmingham Mr Dowel and Sou, do Miss Jones, Welshpool Miss Ann Jones, Manaton Mrs Thomas and fam-i ily, Hit iyttin Mrs Jones, LIansainttraid Mis Price uno daughter, Mam, Meitod Mrs Jones, Cross Keys Inn, Bwlchycibau; Miss Howells, Old Hall, Maualou 6, Muengwyn Street, Mr William Vaughan Miss Price. 1, Seldou-street, Lixerpool I I-
OPENING OF THE CASTLEREAGH MEMORIAL TOWER. Extensive preparations had been at Machynlleth on Thursday for the opening of the Memorial Clock Tower erected to commemorate the coming-of-age 01 Viscount Castlcreagh, the eldest son of the Marquess au I Marchioness of Londonderry. TheliO prepara- tions, however, were necessarily curtailed or omitted by reason of the inclemency of the weather, there oeing an almost continuous downpour of rain through. out the day. The number of inhabitants who had manifested their interest IN the proceedings was very remarkable, and constituted an ample proof of the respect in which the members of the Plas Machyn- lleth family were held. The main street was ornamen- ted by strings of evergreen hung across the thorough- fares, flags were displayed on all hands, mottoes ot good wishes were hung in the windows of the National School and Vane Hall, while the inhabitants of even the smallest cottages provided a few coloured streamers, nearly every house along the route from the station to the Plas being in some way ornamented for the festivities. Unfortunately the decorations were sadly spoiled by the rain, but they were none the less expressive of general good will. The tower it will be remembered, was erected by general subscrip- tion, the foundation stone being laid by the V iscount on July 16,1874, the first anniversary 01 his lordship's majority. The avenues of trees in the streets of the town were planted at the same time. The arrange- ments were under the management of a committee, ol which Mr. Howell acted as chairman, Mr. HuglJ Lloyd Jones, hon. treasurer, while Mr. Richard Jonws efficiently discharged the duties of hon. secretary. The tower was erected from the designs of Mr. Henry Kennedy, architect, ot Bangor, Wrexnam, and Lon- don; the contractor for the work being Mr. Edward Edwards, of Machynlleth. The tower is built at the end of Maengwyn-street, and is undeniably a fine architectural ornament to the town, being at the same time highly usetul, as it is furnished with a clock generously presented by Lady Edwards. The dials or the clock have been fixed, but owing to lack 01 punctuality on the part of the contractor, Mr. Joyce, ot Whitchurch, the clock itsell did not arrive in tune to fitted up for the opening ceremony, although the order was given a couple of years ago. The tower has been so long finished that its appearance is familiar to all, and needs in fact no description; the inhabitants should, however, be congratulated upon possessing so handsome a structure in their midst. THE CEREMONY. Shertly after two o'clock the opening ceremony was performed. A distinguished company gathered under the tower, among them being the Marquess and Marchioness of Londonderry, Lady Edwards, Vis- count Castlereagh, Lord Henry Vane Tempest, Lord Herbert Vane Tempest, Lady Alexandrina Vane Tempest, Mdlle. Mahram, tile Rev. Prebendary Rogers, .the Rev. Canen Griffith, the Rev. Mr. Nash, Mr. Jones, the Rev. Mr. Jones, Darowen, Mr. D. Howell, Mr. Richard Jones, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Sackville Phelps, &c. Mr. D. Howell called upon the Rev. Canon Griffiths to commence tho proceedings by offering prayer, which was accordingly done. Mr. Howell then delivered an address. He said My Lord,â€”In assembling here fo-dur we are reminded of a former meeting, when. you did us the kindness of laying th> foundation stone Itl this Cloek Tower. I liare now the honour of asking your JLordxliip to tuke a part in ito Inauguration. The Comotiitee, of which 1 am chairman, have aimed at two things- 10 erect a building that would be of general utility to the inhabitants, and at the same time be an ornament to this town. we tr,, "I t hat we have attained both these objects But the rhi*t interest of this Memorial lies in its accociations When your children shall ask their fathers in time to come what mean these stones?" they will learn that they com- memorate the coining of age ot your Lordship, the eldest son ot a family whose name occupies a distinguished place in England's History This Tower will testify to future generations how you and your Noble faiuily are now honoured and esieemei: among your friends and neighbours, as were those who preceded them-for the names 01 tsir John and Lady Kdwards will never be forgotten here. It will tend to perpetuate and if possible to increase hereafter the mutual feelings of respect and goodwill which are no* so strongly manifested. These are we conceive advantages of no small value. It remains for me to ask your Lordship to declare that the Tower is completed. Viscount Castlereagh said it was impossible for him to express the grateful thanks he felt towards them both for the honour they had done him by asking him to inaugurate that beautiful building, as well for tlje kiÂ»daÂ»K8 which bad prompted thfe^rork and the reception they had given him. He regretted L-idy absence, as she would have been imuiensly gratified. He hoped that those who c:-INE ;1ft,-r ilim wunltl moot with the same kind feelings, and worn 1 prove wlnt. hp h vl fonn Viv* ill 1'i" OWN ease, t.1 t il' Â¡" .LL lli1.i.ib, iit â€¢ -1 II; d- lleth WHIN IE o ud ao .-OGARD as a ru siue.jiv, and liieiong hiend. Amid Ion l cheers the Viscount then declared the towpr open. The Marqaess of Londonderry, who was cordially cheered, said I cannot sufficiently thank you on the part of my family and myself for the kind feel- ing which orginated and has brought to completion this beautiful work. It only adds another link to the chain which has now bound us together for many years, and is a convincing proof te us of the mutual interest; we foel in each other. Tliat feeling is en- hanced tho more, because we know the attachment and regard which was evinced towards those who preceded us, and whose example we have ever en- deavoured to follow. I have been requested to in- form you that Lady Edwards, who kindly presented the clock to the tower, is sadly disappointed that the person to whose charge it was committed, has wholly failed to fulfil his contract, but it is hoped that ere long this mv,y be remedied. I will not delay you longar in thisâ€”I regret to sayâ€”inclement weather, but thank you from my heart for ail your kindness igreat cheering). The proceedings then closed. THE LUNCHEON. The company then adjouruwl to the Town H all where the Marquess and Marchioness had invited them to a sumptuous luncheon. The Marquess pre- sided and about three hundred partook of his hos- pitality. Tho following was the Jfeii'I: â€” Roast Beef, Lamb, Galantines of Chicken, Chicken, Hams, Salmon, Lobsters, Jellies, Macedoines of Fruits, Pastry, Ricc Creams. Champagne, Sherry, Port, Claret. Mr. Roberts, formerly harpist to the late Sir Hugh Willi,lm8, llodolwydÃ¹an, pbyed during luncheon. Tile Marquess prefaceÃ¹ the loyd toasts by regret- ting tliac the inclemency of the weather had preven- ted him from entertaining all his friends under one tent." He had found the tent and its appurtenances m a defective condition, and therefore it was necessary to hold tho luncheon in the Hall, and he hoped his guests would pardoa any inconveniences to which they had been in consequence suojected. He proposed in consequence or the unfavourable weathQr to post- pone tho concert until 9 o'clock, and to have the exhibition of the fireworks at a QUARTER to 8 o'cloak He hoped all present wonld attend the concert whether they had received their tickets or not (applause). The Marquess then proposed the toast of the Queen, the Empress of India. He referred to the fact that in spite ot tho factious opposition which had been raised agaiust the title which the Queen had thought fit to take to herself, it was a title which eomrnende.L itself not only to tho vast majority of the inhabitants of this country, but also of the Colonies and of India (applause). He gave then the toast of the Queenâ€” God bless her, and might she long live to reign over the eountreis which she adorned and governed ( cheers). God save the Queen." The marquess next gave the toast of the Prince and Princess of VVales, and the rest of the Royal Family. He thought they all rejoiced in the fact that the Prince had safely returned from his long-extended journey, where his ability and courtesy had won him golden opinions (hear, hear). From personal ex- perience he could testily with respect to the Princess ot Wales that only to know her was to esteem her, and he eon.d only say to love her (aspiause), a fact wnicii was proved by the extraordinary reception she received on all public occasions. He could likewise say trom personal expeneuce that the education amt training which the children of the Prince aud Princess of Wales are receiving was thoroughly calculated to fit them for their high position (applause). God bless the Prince of Wales." The marquess next gave the toast of the Bishop aud clergy or the dioCQSC and the miliisters of all deno- minations. He eulogized the zeal and energy which ail the clergy and ministers had displayed during the tne time he had resided among them, and he was fain to believe that, spite of temporary excitements and differences of opinion, they were actuated by one common feeling, that of promotingpeace on earth and good will to men (applause). He coupled with the toast the names of the Rev. J. Griththsand the RjV. J. Foulkes Jones (applause). The Rev. Canon Griffith acknowledged the compli- ment. He looked upon the toast not as a mere com- pliment but rather as a tribute to their holy religion, and he hoped that as long as Englishmen met together that public expression of teeling- would never be laid aside. Ho thanked them for the cordial way in which they had received the toast (applause). The Rev. John Foulkes Jones also acknowledged tho toast. He had always regarded the Church of England as a venerable institution, and as one divinely honoured. He thought the clergy and the Noncon- formist ministers should act together, and considered that both the Church and Dissent were needed in this country. Hc regluded them as the oxygen and mtrogen or onr national life. He thanked his lord- ship, who had entertained them with such princely hospitality, for not having thrown among them the apple of discord but rather the olive branch of peace, concord, and love. The Marquess regretted the absence of Mr. Holland, M.P.,who was to have proposed the health of the Lord Lieutenant of the county, Lord Suueley, ami the magistrates of the county. He regreiied that the accounts they had received of the health of the Lord Licatmmllt were very unsatisfactory, and the: mem- ber for tho Montgomery boroughs was compelled to be absent at the bed-side ot his brother, or he would be present and have delivered doubtless a very good speech. He was sure the Lord Lieutenant had discharged his duties to tho satistaction of the county, and had been ably seconded by an efficient oench of magistrates (.applause). Sir Thomas Frost briefly responded to the com- pliment. Mr. D. Howell proposed the health of Viscount Castlereagh, who Wits that day the observed of all observers. He (the Kpeaker) was OliO of the rew who met outside the town when Lord Londonderryâ€”then Lord Seahamâ€”brought home his bride (loud ap- plause). He was present at the dinner given on the occasion of the birth of Lord Castlereagh, and he was still more proud ot being able to meet him there that day. He begged to tender the thanks of the com- mittee to Lord Castlereagh for the duties he had un- dertaken that morning, and he asked ail present to drink his health and that of Lady Castlereagh, with diree times three (loud applause and musical honours). Viscount Castlereagh acknowledged the compli- ment. He felt it quite impossible to toll them how muc1* he thanked them, how much he appreciated the handsome tower they had erected. He regretted that Lady Castlereagh was not able to be present, and he only hoped he should be able to bring her at some future date to see those whom his family and himself were proud to call their friends. He again thanked them, and proposed the health of the Com- mittee iind the subscribers to the clock tower (applause). Mr. Kiehard Jone", the hon. secretary, acknow- ledged the toast. The memorial tower erected to commemorate the coming of age of Lord Castlereagh had not been erected without trouble, though the sinews of war had flowed in freely to achieve the good work. He was glad to annonnee that tho committee had gained upwards of Â£1000, and the erection had been completed without their being in debt to the ex- tent of a single penny (applause). Hepaidanelo- quent tribute to the virtues of Lord Castlereagh, and said that although they now knew him as one of the pluckiest of Young England's riders and a master in field sports, they hoped St. Stephen's would one day echo his fame (loud applause). Ho referred to the sermon which Dean Stanley had preached prior to the departure of the Prince ot Wales for India, and said it occasioned him a thrill of pride when he lound that he had accidently taken his seat opposite a monument which a grateful country had raised to the memory of a former Lord Castlcreagh. He hoped rhe Viscount would emulate his great uncle's fame (hear, hear). Mr. Meredith, a tenant, proposed tho health of the Marquess of Londonderry in Welsh. The Marquess cordially acknowledged the com- pliment. He thought that the proposer of the toast had spoken of him in too flattering terms. He thought he had understood his friend to refer to days long gone by when he made the happiest acquaintance he ever made in his lifeâ€”that of his partner for life for the last thirty years, partner in sorrow, affliction, and joy. He remembered the advice which he had given that he should recommend people to come to Wales for the same purpose, and now he should be inclined to repeat that advice though, times being changed, they might not meet with the same good luck as he had done (loud laughter and applause). The Rev. Canon Griffith proposed the health of the Marchioness of Londonderry. He paidanelo. quent tribute to her ladyship's unostentahous but unceasing perseverance in working for the good of others, a fact which accounted largely for her re. markable popularity. He asked them to drink the health of the Marchioness upstanding (loud cheers). Viscount Castlereagh briefly acknowledged the compliment which the guests had so kindly paid to his mother, who, he was sure, reciprocatea the feel- ings they had so kindly expressed (applause) Mr. R. D. Pryce proposed the health of Lady Edwards, who, HE said, looked as well and ho must say as pratty as HE eyer remembered her to have done. A French writei had said that it was difficult to grow old gracefully, but the writer would, had he been at Machynlleth that day, had admitted that there was no rule without au exception (loud Applause). Lord Henry Vane Tempest acknowledged the com. pliment. and expressed regret that the clock which his grandmother had presented had not arrived. (applause). Mr R. Jones proposed the toast of Sir W. Williams WYltn, Bart., why, HE remarked, had pre- sented them with a portion of the land upon which the tower WAS built. He commented upon various, ancestors of Sir Watkin, and said that he was a Welshman of whom they must feel proud. (Applause). Mr. Phelps proposed the health of Lord Henry Vane Tempest, and the junior members of the Plas Machynlleth family. They were glad to meet Lord Henry after his recovery from so severe an accident, for he had made himself so popular by his winning demeanour, kindliuesg of heart, and genial sympathy that he had enchanted them all. I le could scarcely imagine a happier future of honour and usefulness than that which he hoped lay in store for the three members of the family whose names were joined in the toast (applause). Lord Henry Vane Tempest acknowledged the com- pliment most cordially on behalf of his brother, his sister and himself. He was happy to be there per- sonally to meet them, and no doubt his brother also was delighted to be home for his holidays for the same purpose (loud laughter and applause). The Marquess proposed the toast of the architect, Mr. Kennedy. He defied any one to find a single fault with the building whose opening they had witnessed that day. It was a remarkably cliasto and handsome erection, and one well suited not only to take a place in the town of Machynlleth, but in any town in the kingdom. He gave them the health of Mr. Kennedy, $pd the toast was greeted with a cordial reception Mr. Kennedy said d nring the course of a profes- --ioi.al life of nearly half a century in length he had never been more kindly supported than by the noble lorri and by tho committee who had been instrumen- tal in rai<-sn- THO t'nver. IT was a satisfaction to HIM T'.VI Ld thanks oi the company whom he hoped he HAD ..e.ved with fidelity. He thanked them for the compliment they had so cordially paid him. (applause). Air C. F. Thi-tiston bri(, proposed the toast of "the ladies." He thought .I meetings of that nature were doubly graced by the presence of ladies, and he was only sorry that the inclement weather had pre- vented a larger attendance (applause). The Rev. Mr. Jones acknowledged the compli- ment. Viscount Castlcr â– gli proposed the toast of the Town and Trade of Juaehynlieth. He could assure them that from his earliest years lie had watched with interest the improvements which had been effected, and he thought if he might be permitted to say so the Castlereagh Tower outstripped all other improvements. He cordially wished increased suc- cess to the trade, and also to the agricultural inter- ests, which he saw so largely represented there that day. He hoped when the harvest homes were celebra- ted they would return their hearty thanks to the Giver ot All (appliLuse). He coupled with the toast the name of Mr. Edward Rees. Mr. Edward Rees acknowledged the toast. Lord Merbert Vane Tempest, who was received with loud and prolonged cheers, proposed the health of tae tenantry. Though he was not able to do jus- tice \o tlie toast, it had given his parents great pleasure to see them ail there that day, and with the toast he would couple the name of Mr. Giilart and ask them to joiu him in hearty cheers (applause). Mr. Giiiart tnanked the noble lord for the cordial reception ot the toast He could assure them that it nad been the increasing desire of their landlord and landlady, during the past few weeks to make proper arrangements for their enjoyment that day. II was only the weather which had hindered them ail irom dining together. He hoped the tenants would have many tuture opportunities of meeting their landlord, as lie was sure that such gatherings were productive ot consideiidbe benefit (applanse). Mr. Davios (Doiearadog), proposed the health of the contractor, Mr. Edward Edwards, who he was sure they would all testily had done his work well. lie had personally had much to do with stone and moitar, and thought the stones of the tower ware bet- ter put together tnan any similar erection in Wales (appllause). Mr. Edwards responded very briefly. The Marquess proposed the health of Mr. Edward Morgan who had presented an organ to the parish church Machynlleth had benefitted among otner im- provements by the passage through it of tho Cam- brian Railway, and he thought they ought not to allow the occasion to pass without thanking Mr Mor- gan cordially for his handsomo gift, which was another improvement. The best wishes ot that day nau given his tamily and himseil remarkable pleasure ana lie hoped it womd not ue tne last time he had the opportunity ol meeting themS He would propose "our lWAC meny meeting as a conclusion to tile pro- ceeding's (aplauseA The guests tneii dispersed. TEA Ai THE VANE HALL. A tea was likewise generously provided by the Marquess at the Vane Hail for the subscribers of the smaller amounts of the fund. Shortly a.T>,or eight o'clock the grounds of the Plas were thronged uy a laige crowd wno witnessed with every maniiestatiou oi pleasure a realty magnificent display ot tirevvoriis. h heint is stated that tne fire- works were prepared by Messrs. Biock and Co., the weil-known pyrotechnists of the Crystal Palace, it may be interred tnat the display was of a highly meritorious character. THE CONCERT. At 9 o'clock an adjournment took place at the Town Hall, where a concert was held under the LEADERSHIP of Mr.Davies,xViagionatto, House, the choir uewg" composed 01 tne meuiDers ot the Machynlleth Choral CiocieLy, while Mr. Rowland Davies presided at the pianoiorte. The chair was taken oy the Marquess of Luiiuunderry, who was supported oy the Marchioness and liisyoutnt ul daughter,Lady AleXc>NDJ nna Vane JLcrnpest. The proceedings were commences with Professor Parry s Ffarwel i ti Cymru fad," which was very creuitaoly rendered, the choir giving due attention to musical expression. Llew liulas then saug "iiachgen Pcwr," by the same composer, with consiuerabie vigour; and was followed by MisS Cordelia Euwards, who gave Only lor One in all UACH and playiui manner. Mr. Sauvage sang the "Village BiacKsmith" in a style leaving nothing to be desired; while Mr. Win. Francis evoKed the hearty applause of tne audience by his con amore singing 01 tne kindly and genial air 'â€¢ welcome as the 1?lowers in May. Mr. Francis threw a vast amount OF nearty enjoyment into the proceedings by calling on his hearers to join IU Lhe chorus; they did so and awarded him a well-deserved encore. Kathleen Ã¹lavourucen" was nvxt given by Miss Kate Rooerts, ot Newtown, most eareiully and expressively; and Mr. Sauvage elicited general plaudits by his masterly surging ot BugeUes y YVyddfa." A trio W*3 toiiowed by Miss Kate Roberts and Messrs. Francis and Phillips, and a numoer of other songs brought pleasant evening to a close, the National AntheH1 concluding the pertormance.
ABEILIT'TWYTH TIDE TABLE. MORN. ETEN. SATURDAY, SEPT. 2 (J.^0 (i.46 SUNDAY 3. 7.6 7 MONDAY 4 7.88 7.54 TUESDAY 5 8.10 8.' Â£ > WEDNESDAY 6 8.40 8.54 LHURSDAY 7 9.10 D.H FRIDAY SEPT. 8 9.4U 9.56 Low water about Six hours afterwards. The time oj High Water at the undermentioned places may be approximately found by adding to OT subtracting trom the above table the quantities annexed:â€”Cardigan Bar, sub. 30 min.;Aberdovcy) add 10 min.; Barmouth, add 20 nun. PortmadoCi add au nun. rwiinoli, add 40 mm.
CAST [NTO A WASP'S NEST. At RHE Marshland (Lynn) Petty Sessions, on 'â– I A gang of three men were charged with a CRUEL 11; It on a child named Thomas Edwin Lindsay,0^ sI. IVRRIIIIFINII. St. Clement, on Sunday, August 3. It tIP' I"N.ROI I T!I.-1I i 11! theeveninsrof that day the complainant '.RED |Â») was. on his way to chapel, at TerringfÂ°N' I' ISEU lie, w", seized by the three defendants, WHO -i tiid it ID.-d off his boots, and taking the laceS herefrom, tied his legs with them. His legs Were ther secured with a piece of tar rope, and hill !I-ds TRAPPED together behind him. Inthiscondi- ii the defendants carried the poor boy short dl" â€¢TI'-E t<> a wasp's which they had just dug OR â€¢md. bavins thrown him into it, they left. The â€¢VÂ»â– < fearfully stung upon his knees, thighs, NSCKÂ» bice. arms, and, in fact, almost every part of HI' 'â€¢ â€¢)â€¢. His a-F.-mising cries were heard at a. considerable ii-iance, and eventually tlie defendants returned AND. Â¡,"ute Â¡ him. The lad, suffering the most excra' E; T I;!G pain, was then taken to his home, where HI' V N ELS were dressed. The magistrates characterise^ 'E- as-vilr AS a in HI, brutal one, and finell each of D EE TDANT.S Â£ 1 and 12s. fid. costs. During the hearing OF he I A-P one of the defendants was obliged to B* T:IMI- of the court through illness, andÂ° upon his ).i;)i)i.spre-.ence was objected to by some of the 'LIE' ON the ground that he was suffering FROOJ T\P.I IID IEVI'R. This proved to be correct, and th* hi. medical attendant hid ordered him not to be ic t, ve I irotu his lions?, to which piaee he was speediV '.C;'Â¡, back.
RURAL WATER SUPPLY. At the Uxbridge Petty Sessions, Sir Charles LAUNCH lot Shadwell. lord of The manor of Northolt, and the churchwardens, overseers, and surveyors of HIGHWAY lor the parish, were summoned t) shew cause why a public pump in the village of Northolt should not be re-openod for certain purposes. Some years ago ii 'i ntial inhabitants of the parish, feeling th*" it was necessary their poorer neighbours should hale beit-r water than that which was obtainable froft the ponds, which in the summer months were genertJfj in A stagnant condition, sank a deep well and ereot*\ tlie pump at considerable expense. Recently medical mlicer to the rural sanitary authority D}' covered that the water was impure, and the NIA#1*! t'-ates consequently prohibited ITS use. This DR"T the people to the ponds again, but fearing an EPT demic. some of them agitated for the restoration 0 the ptini|), and the result was the present proceeding! MR. Guruey, a large farmer in the parish, said that pond which was principally resorted to was used "J himself for sheepwashing with arsenic, and he known at many as 20, or he might say HO, manure cat eA enter it in the course of a day. His statement I., the Bench to suppose that the people would drink the pump water in preference to that I p inds. and in making an order that the pump SHO'VJ be opened for purposes other than drinking, VF* MA-istrates directed that the sanitary AUTHOR' BHOUHL put up a notice informing people that the was impure, so that if they drank it, it would B8 j their own peri).
The annual fairs at Wimbornc in Dorset, in PF'F ing through one of which a lady was thrown OV1 her carriage and killed, have been abolished BY Order issued by the Home Secretary. t18 At the County Bench,Cravesend, four young pien, residing jn the vicinity of Erith, named Edward Blandy. Reginald Brougham, Egerton Q GTT well, and Arthur Arteager, have been charged t summons with breaking thirty-seven panes of TR^ in public lamps. Arteager did not appear, aud vie* of the summons was not proved, the case withdrawn. The other three were fined Â£ 5 and 1 costs each.
BIRTHS. ,ba ON THE 23RD ULT., AT ,17, ANNE-STREET, C # wjfc of Mr Thomas Thomas (tato of Llanbadarn), 0 son. oolf ON THE 31ST ULT., AT 10, EGERTON-STREET, LIVERP, THO WIFE OF MR. G. H. THOMAS, ARCHITECT, DAUGHTER. DEATHS..0T, AT HIS RESIDENCE, NO. 14, SHAKCSPEARE-STR ROATH, MR. JOHN EVANS, NEWCASTLE EMLYN, AG0<J year". A0L On the 24th ult., AT his residence, Pier EF Robert Edwards Esq, for many years pistinaster Aberdovey and lately merchant and SHIPOWNER.
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LIST OF VISITORS, AB^RYBTWYTH. MARINE TERRACE. Rock House, Miss Jones Mrs Phillips, Mr W. Phillips, Dudley Mr and MRS Bateman aud family, 9 Plymauth Grove, Manchester 4, Oxford House, Mrs David Lloyd Rev. C. K Norris, Eimdon Vicarage, Essex Mrs â– ^ORRIS, two children and nurse; Mr and Mrs SHAV, Kidderminster; Mr and Mrs Morris, Bir- miughoni; Miss Radham, Miss Cecilia Badliam, MASIER Arthur Holmes, Black heath 3, Miss Jones Mrs and Miss Thurtell, Norfolk: Miss Fishwick, Alma Twrrace, Newport, Salop; Mrs Bevan, Stafford; Miss Smith, Derby; Miss Jones, Shrewsbury 5, Osborno House, Miss Jones Mrs Fowler, Erdington, Birmingham Miss Fow- ler, do; Mr and Airs Harrisson, London; Miss Harrisson, do 7, Mrs Jones G. Lightley, Esq., and Mrs Lightley, London Mr G. New, and Mrs New, London Mrs Venable s Oakhurst, Oswestry; Mrs Vincent, Mr Hall; MRS and Miss Nelly Squire, Mrs Ayre, and Miss GAMBLING, Barnsley 9, Miss Williams Mr and Mrs Clibboas, Alsager, Stoke-on-Trent; MIS* Gibbons, Miss L. M. Gibbons, and Miss Hollinslieurt, Eudon the Rev. T. Hodgkinson and family, Uppingham Mr Lowton, E-q., Mrs, Lowton, Master Lowton and attendants. Low- ton Hall, Cheshire 10, Mrs R. Jones Mr and Mrs Fox and family, St. John's Hill Shrewsbury; Mr and Mrs Calmann and fan,ily, Bradford Geo. Baldwin, Esq., and family, Merridale Grove, Wolverhampton Mr and Mrs Davies, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs W. Shipman and family, Northampton 11, Mrs Scott Mrs and Miss Morris, Mr J. PUO-h Morris, Welsh- pool; Mrs Barratt, Mr Walter Barratt, Man- chester Mr and Mrs J. Watson, Miss Watson, Broomhall Park, Sheffield; Mrs J. Davies and family, Cardiff; Mrs T. Summerfield, West Bromwich Miss H. Woodhall, do 12, no list received 13, Mrs J. Clayton Mr, Mr8 and Miss Bayliss, Fordhouses, Wolver- hampton Misf Corbett, West Bromwich 15, Cambridge House, Mrs Evans Mrs Janics and Mrs Stephen Williams, Penrally, Rhaynder Mrs Elliott, Ashnionnt, Sheffield Mr Stephen Williams, Newry-street, Montgomery Mrs feigginbottom and family We.-ton Coyney, Staffordshire Mr and Mrs F. Hicham, Miss S. A. Higham, Miss E. Higham, Wolverhampton 17, Mrs Jones SFIRS Holyc ake, Miss Holyoake, and Masters Holy- oake Miss Lyne Mrs Willmore and Miss Male, Leamington 18, Prospect House, Miss Owen Rev. T. H. and Mrs Wilkinson and family, Norton Vicarage, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Young, Wolver- hampton Mr H. Jones, do: Mrs Nagington, Tet- tenhall Wood, Wolverhampton; Miss Blakeman, Miss Young Mr H. Pawling, Manchester Mr K. Pawling, London Miss if K Pawling, London 19, Colonel and Mrs Jarvis; Mr and Mrs Edmund English, Handsworth, Birmingham 23, Mrs David Daniel Davies Â° Master J. G. W. Jones, Waterloo Hotel. Jermyn- street, London; Captain and Mrs Williams Van Mines, baby and nurse, Llanidloes Mrs and Miss Hamer, Llanidloes'; Mr Bolding and family, Bayswater, London; Mr Wright, do Mis1; Annie Williams, Miss' Gwenhwyfar Wil- liams, 13, Alice-street, Cardiff 26, Philadelphia House, Mrs M. Nelson Captain Gwynne Vaughan, Mr and Mrs J. GW-vnne Vanghan, child and servant; Mrs Syer, London Mrs T. B. Stevens, Miss Stevens, do; Mrs Thornton, Misses and Master E. Thornton, Shrewsbury 28, Miss Hughes The Misses Griffiths, Montgomery; Mr and Mrs Gorton, Master and Miss Gorton, Dudley 29, Mr Evans The Misses Millman and party, London 30. Claremont House, Mrs Delahoyde Mr and Mrs Bate and family, Great Malvern Miss West, Leamington Lady Steele Graves, Mickle- ton, Gloucester Mr and Mrs Luckett 31, Mrs Griffiths Mr and Mrs Little, Wilmslow Mr Startup, Rad- cliffe Mrs Turton and family, Malvern Miss Jones, Malvern Gloucester House, Mrs Roberts Mr. and Miss Allaway, Herefordshire Captain Fenwick, R.N., Mrs Fenweck, Master and Miss Fenwick, the Dana, Shrewsbury Mrs Cansick, Brecon Mrs Hodson. the Misses Hodson, Hand sworth 34, Windsor House, Mrs Griffith Mrs Barber. Worcpsterohire; Mrs Yearslev, and MI*. Clark, Welshpool terrace 35, Brynynior House, Miss Jones Mr and Mrs all and Miss C.M. Worsley, Bank Terrace, Welshpool; Mr and Mrs G. Shackel and family, Reading 3S, Mrs Lloyd Mrs Smith and Miss Smith, ielbroughton 39, Glyndwr Honse, Mrs Williams Mr and Mrs Parker, Whitchurch Mr and Mrs Taylor, Darley Dale, Miss A. Taylor, Mr A. Tay- lor Mr and Mrs Corbett 40, Miss Nelson Mrs Bentley, Manchester, Miss Bentley, do Mrs Henry Charlton, do Thomas William Chard Lenty, Mtd Mrs Lenty, Jermyn Boyd, London Mrs Jones Miss Prpthero Mrs M. P. Jones POJIT&STMRY and FAMILY 4?, Picton House, Miss Osmotherly Mr and the Misses Manby Mrs and the Misses Walker Miss Molineux Miss E. Hodgson 44, Miss E. F. Jones Mrs Abbott and the Misses North; Mr and Mrs Jackson and family, 9, Highbury Groves London 45. R'ambri:in House, Miss Jones Mr and Mrs Pritdl;trcl, Miss Pritchard, Mrs Pledge, Miss Kate Pritchard, Master J. E. Pritchard, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Jenkins, Mrs Jones, Miss Williams, and Miss Lewis, Cardiff Miss Clare Leighton, Shropshire 48, Marlborough Honse, Miss Lewis Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Birkenlioad Lieut- Colonel Hunt, the Villa, Stoke Doyle, Oundalo, Northamptonshire Rev. G. St. A. Godson and Mrs Godson, London; Rev. A. R. Godson, London 49. Newcastle Hotisc, Miss Morgan Mrs and the Misses Morrison, Mr Morrison, Tun- bridge Wells W. Dove, Esq., J.P., Mr W. Dove Mrs Strangeway, Crown Cottage, York Mr J. W. Crawin, do Mr and Mrs H. Russell and family Mrs Goode, Shrewsbury 50 Stanley House, Mrs Watkins Mr and Mrs Purchase and family, and Miss Lane, Kington Mr, Mrs, and Miss Sutton, London Mrs and Master Willcock and Misses Walker, Wolverhampton 51. Mrs T. Richards Mrs and Miss Gibbons. London Mrs Ga-wtrcyand Miss Brownlow, Presteign 52, Miss M. Jones Mr and Mrs Taylor, Birkcnhcad Miss and Mr D. Withers, Shrewsbury and Doctor Withers, do Mr and Mrs Jones and family, Worcester Mr and Mrs Fleet, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Townsend, Manchester 53, Miss James The Rev. W. H. Davey, Vico-Brincipal of St. David's College, Lampeter; Mrs Davey and family, Lampeter Mrs Fred Clerk; Miss H. J. Hunt 57, Malvern House, Mrs Roderick S. W. Holt, Esq., Highgnte, London 58, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Thomas Griffiths and daughter, Bi- shop's Castle; MrsWakelin and family,Presteign, Radnorshire 59, Mrs Lewis Miss Gates and Miss Hemmings, Leamington Mr and Mrs Graveuor and family, Tredegar Rev. Mr and Mrs Dell, Birmingham 61, Rev. H. C. and Mrs Powles and family Mr and Mrs Times and child, London the Misses Trines, Banbury 62, Mrs D. Davies Mrs Sewcll and family. Cheltenham; Miss Chester, Mr M. Chester, Mr A. Chester, and Master G. Chester, Priory Lawn, do Mrs G. Adams and familv, Kensington 63 St. David's House, Mrs Griffith Jones Mr and Mrs Ash, family aud maid, Sboke Villa, Stoke on-Trent Mrs Partridge and Miss Emp- son, Rugby Mr and Mrs P. Simpson, do Mr Synod Mr J. S. Cotterell, Wednosbury; Mrs Cotterell, family and maid York House, Miss Lewis The Hon. Mrs Leslie, Miss Beasley aud maid, Chel- tenham the Misses Hooke 65. Clifton Honse, Mrs J. A. Powell Mr W. H. Booker, Mrs Booker Miss Allsopp and Miss E. Allsopp, Cromwell Terrace, Nottingham; Mr and Mrs Woodcock, Ashley Villa, Bowdcn, near Altrincham, Cheshire the Misses Lucas, Mr Orlando, and Master Robert Lucas, Sneyd Villas, Silverdale, Staffordihire the Misses Garbett, Wellington, Salop Mrs Powell Ard- wick, Manchester VIC L'ORIA TERRACE. Gnrnsey House Mr and Mrs W. H. Stone and family, Norbray Park Mrs Stuart- and family, Dublin Mr R. C. Siddens, Wolverhampton; Mr and Mrs Henry Siddens, do Evelyn House, Mrs Rowland Evans Mr IL .Anson ::i..]e, family and maid, Aidcn Mill, Atherstone, W. rwickslnre Rev. J. E. Sale, Dy- mock, Ledbury Mr an ) Mrs Lord and son, Fairfax Road, llamstead Mrs Houseman,family and maid, Lou Ion 3, Ocean View, Miss M. Watkms The Rev. Canon Bright, Oxford Mr W. H. Leary, Oxford 7, Brighton House, Mrs Mawson Mrs and Miss Ambrose, London Mr Cousins, do: Mr,Mrs and Miss Eadsou,Manchester Miss Bolden, do Dr. Lemon and family, Bishop's Castle Mr and MrsBedwell, London ALBERT PLACE. 2, Dumbarton House, Mrs Cree Mr and Mrs Smith and family, Birmingham CHALYBEATE TERRACE. 12, Mr Jenkins Mr E. Hnich, Bodenhouse, near Leominster, Mr J. Hinch, Newport, Mon. 12A, Mrs Edwards Mr and Mrs J. Edge, Birmingham Mrs Davies, Llanidloes Mrs Davies, do Mrs Gough, Bag. germoor Mrs Lewis, do TERRACE ROAD. Portland House, Mrs Wheatley Mrs J Laing, Miss Laing, Heron Laing, Esq., Lon- don Mr and Mrs Stratford, London; W. H. Sollas, Esq., do CORPORATION STREET. 5, Mrs Jones Mrs Kimberley, Lcwisham, Kent Miss Bolton, Edgbaston; Mrs and Miss F. Marshall, Aston; Mr and Mrs A. H. Stiles, Carmarthen 7 A, Mrs Elizabeth Williams Mr and Mrs Dawkes, Leamington 6 A, Mrs Evans Mrs and Miss Lydia Rowbotham, King Edward's- road, Birmingham; Mrs Charles Rowbotham and family, Lodge Road, Birmingham Miss Rupell and Miss E. J. Rupell, Wem, Shropshire LEWIS TERRACE. 1, Mrs Griffiths Mr and Mrs Russell, Worcester; Mrs Fellows and Miss Haynes, Wednesbury 3, Mr Cunningham Mr and Mrs Horth, Oswestry; Mr, Mrs, and Master Jones, Llynclys 3, Miss James Mr and Mrs Riddell, Master Riddell, Goole, Yorkshire 5, Mrs Jacob Mis Jones, Mr and Miss Knights, Longton; Mr Thomas and Mr Lloyd, Liverpool NORTH PARADE. 29, Mr John Griffiths Mr and Mrs Cottom and son, Lozelis, Handsworth 33, Mrs Jones Mr Corbett, Mrs Ward, Hereford; Mrs John Lucas, Birmingham Mr E. Lucas, Newtown 52, Mr and Mrs E. J. Partridge and children, Ludlow J Miss Wormington, Leominster 26, Mrs Richards Mr A. Felton, West Bromwich Miss Felton, do Miss A. Felton, do; Master YV. Jones, do Miss T. Elwell, Kidderminster Mr D. T. Geary, Lei- cester Mr J. H Kilby, do v.UEEN'S BOAD. Wesley House, Mis Edwards Josepn Saul, Es T., and family, London, W. 2, Mrs James Miss Griffiths, Shropshire; Mr Thomas Hughes, F. S. A., Mrs Hughes and Mr Thomas Cann Hughes, Chester Mrs Rogers, Cefnroniarth Elizabeth M. Rogers, do; Mrs Davies, Var- choel; Miss M. A. Jones, Cefnroniarth 6, Glanaeron House, Mrs Jones Mr and Miss Fisher, Liverpool 7A, Miss Roberts Mr and Mrs Lawton, Hanley 8 A, Miss Daniel Mr and Mrs Bainbridge, Tollington Park, London, N.; Mrs Longford, London; Mr and Mrs Pochin, Leicester; Miss E. Cole, do; Miss M. Cole, d6 9 A, Mrs Fear Mr and Frederick Burden, Ledbury; Mr, Mrs and Master Griffin, Albert Road, Aston, Birmingham 15, Mrs Trenwith Mr and Mrs Holms, Cotham, Bristol Pittville House, Mrs Hemsley Mr and Mrs H. Coleman, Coleman, Kidderminster; Mr and Mrs E. Evans a.nd family, London Dyffryn House, Mrs Bechtle Mrs S. C. Nash, Hereford; Mrs Hoskins and Miss Reece, Herelord Mrs Welham Beniams, Here- ford Salop House, Miss Gough Mrs Lloyd Davies and family, Carmarthen Mrs Mrs Priddy, Birmingham Mrs and Miss Perks, Madeley, Salop; Miss Reeves, Woodwill, Elles- mere; Miss and Miss A. L. Taylor, Monmouth LITTLE DARKGATE STREET. 18, Miss H.Hughes Mr and Mrs Hopkins and son, Wolverhampton Crynfryn Arms, Mr David Davies Messrs David Phillips, Thomas Davies, John Evans, and Evan Phillip, Tredegar; David Howels, Roger Davies, Rhymney ALFRED PLACE. D orset Honse, Miss Dougliton Mrs Richards, Missos Reysell, London; Mr and Mrs John Shims and family, Broseley 3, Miss Harris Mr, Mrs and Miss M. Simpsou, Fenton, Stoke.on- Trent; Mrs Greatbatch, do; Mr Harding, Leint- j vrardine Mr Harding, Brentwood, Staffordshire 7, Mrs Ellis I Mr and Mrs Robert Parry, and Miss Catherine I Jones, Newtown BAKER STREET. 12, Capt. Edwards Mr Brooks, sen., Mr Brooks, jun., wife, family and nurse, Birmingham; Mrs and Misses Lewis, Brunswick House. London, N. NEWFOUNDLAND STREET. Lisburne Cottage, Mr T. Evans Mr and Mrs Cundale and family, Clifton Mr Whitwell, Birmingham Misses Whitwell, Lei- cester Miss Adams, Birmingham 10, Miss Isaac Mr John Phillips and family, Talgarth, shire Mrs O'Connor, son and two daughter, and Miss Holtom, Hereford Moreb House, Miss Edwards Mr and Mrs Powell and family, Brecon; Misa Wil- liams, BrGCon Mr and Mrs Phillip, BeaufordE; Mr W; O. Roberts, Beanford; Mr Rhyddersh. Watkins, Cenedl PORTLAND STREET. 3, Mrs Kate Jones Mr and Mrs James Griffiths and family, Ludloiv; Miss Buins, Islip Miss Lewis, Isham, Welling- brough 4, Glasfryn House, Mrs Davies Mr and Mrs Certon, Wallsal; Mr and Mrs Cose and family, West Bromw:cli; Mrs Siddaway, do Mr J. H. Davies and Miss Davies, West Bromwich 13, Mrs Evans Mrs Jones and maid, Bate Villa, St. John's, near Worcester; Mr and Mrs Bronghton, Lower Wick, Worcester; Mrs Smith, Ross; the Misses Stakes, Ross 17, Mrs Jones Mrs Frankland Evolvli, Clifton: Miss Ellen Tearne, Presteign 18, Capt..T. Thomas Mr Pedley and child, Willenhall Mr Yeomans, Stafford; Mrs A. W. Groom, Misses Emma, Ellen, Mary, and Harriet Groom, Wilting, Silop 20, Miss Jenkin Mr C. Johnson, Handsworth 23, Mrs Jaeoos Mrs Edgar H. Seymour and family, Malvern Mr John James, Mold Mr and Mrs Geo. B. Parry, Ironbridge, Salop 23 A, Mrs Evans Miss Holford, Hyde; Miss H. Brooke, do; Miss Higginbotham, Stockport; Miss Mary Higgin- botham, do; Mr Edmnnd Nest, Gloucester, Mrs Edmund Nest, do 29, Mrs James Mr Stanhope, Leicester 30, Mrs Lewis Mr William Simkin, Darlaston; Mrs Simkin and daughter, do; Mr.Sauiuel Barlow, Darlaston 38, Mm Fraser Mr and Mrs Thurnian, Becum, Nottingham 45, Mrs Davies Mrs Hale and Miss Wood, Leominster No number Mrs Rains, family and nurse, Manchester; Miss Kate Smith, Manchester CAMBRIAN PLACE. 4, Mrs Fench Mrs Littleton nnd family, London Mrs and Miss E. L. Sexty, Hereford; Mr Alfred Wall, Hands- worth; Mr W. H. Ede, wife and family, Birchtield Villa, Warwick Road, Birmingham 10, Miss Hug-hes Mr Councillor Morley and son, Birmingham; Mr P. Messenger, do; Mrs Davies, Llanirhangell, New Radnor; Miss Jonos, do; Mr Thos, Willis and Wednesbury; Mr Evan Price, Llanllwyd, Beguil- dy, Radnorshire Thomas Price, do; Mr and Miss Durose, Wolverhampton; Mr and Mrs Davies, Newbridge, near Newport, Mon 11, Miss Davies Mr and Mrs Moseley and family, Birmingham; Miss Pritchard, London; Mrs Bowen, 3, Oaks, near Glasbury KING STREET. 5, Mrs Hughes Mr and Miss 'Veb'Ã¸, Leamington 6, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Davies and family, Leicester NEW STREET. 8, Miss Williams Mr W. H. Crompton, Mrs Crompton, Hortoa Lodge, Lichfield 11, Mrs Collins Mr Hill, Miss Hill, Mr Green Hill, Mr Ellis Hill, Ross BRIDGE STREET. 43, Mrs Davies Mr James Rosser, Merthyr Tydfil; Mr David James, do; Miss Morris, Manchester; Mr Alex. Bebbs, Merthyr Tydfil; Miss Davies, do POvVELL STREET. 4, Mrs Morgan Mr and Mrs Chatterton, Cheshire; Mr and Mrs Mansall, Ellesmere GEORGE STREET. 5, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs John E. Thomas and family, Newtown 8, Mrs Pierce T. 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