BELLE-VUE ROYAL HOTBL. Viscount and Viscountess Huberton, and family, Satchmare House, Haw Common, Surrey; Mrs. and Miss Cross, Gringeley, Yorkshire; Capt. and Mrs. Hopton, Tanybwlch; Mr. and and Mrs. n Jer,s,f"Ilch1; the Rev- E- R°ger9 Pitman, R"&by> Staffordshire Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Wrigley, Bradford; Mr. W. Cooper, Chemical Worss, Berthhampslead; Mr. John M.Sutton, Midham Club, Landshipping House, Pembroke- shire; Mrs. Stewarl, and family, Cheltenham; Mr. E. W. Pouth, Trinity Coll., Cam.; the Rev. Angus Smith, Manchester; Mr. G. Sutton Newport; Mr. W. Dennis, Dal9fon; Mrs. Mal- caster, and family, Belfasti- Mr. A. Gliddon Clapton; Mr. and Mrs. Brown, and family) Stockport the Rev. Lewis Gilbertson, Oxford • Mr. p. Hock, and family; Mr. and Mrs. Fergns- son, Edinburgh; Mr. H. Davies, Liverpool; Messrs. Harry Jaces, Whitebouse, and Evans, Shrewsbury Mr. and Mrs. Fumeral, Manches- ter Mr. and Mrs. Fisher, The Lodge, Redditch; Mr. and Mrs. Randel; the Rev. E. Manners, & iche8ter; Mrs. and Miss Norton, Bath: Messrs. D. Richards, Manchester; John Thomas, Liverpool; Howes, Green, Wright, Horn blower, Dav.s, Read, Thompson, Stephens, Edwards, Evans, &c. &c. QUEEN'S HOTEL. Mrs. and Miss Hinchcliffe, Acton, Middlesex; Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Newbold, Revel, near Rugby- Dr. and the Misses Scholefield and Mrs. Taylor', Nantcribba, Welshpool; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reyner, Ashton-under-Lyne Mr and Mrs. Sol- tan, Little Efford, Plymouth Mr. Frank B. Owen, Ellesmere Mr. William Sheraton, Broom House, Ellesmere; Mr. William Tipping, Brasted Park) Sevenoaks Mr. Richard Palin, Shrewsbury Mr. Edward Haycock, jun., Tewkesbury Mr. Wil- liam J. W ilday, Tipton, Staffordshire Mr., Mrs., and the Misses Mills, Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Veasey, Richmond, Surrey Mr. and Mrs. T. Savage, York Town Rev. J. R. and Mrs. Mackarness, Ilam Vicarage, Ashbourn Mr. R. Wood, Worcester Cottage, Oxford; Mr. Thomas Dall, Edinburgh Col. Church Pearce, K. H., and Mrs. Church Pearce, Ffrwdgrech, Breconshire; Mr. aud Mrs. Lancaster, Bownham, Gloucester- shire Rev. George M. Nilson, Horsley, Glouces- tershire Mr. Edward Bacon Frank,and Mr. R. Bacon Frank, Broadstairs, Kent; Mr. Fortescue K. Long, Christ Church College, Oxford Rev. Gilbert Sandbach, Liverpool Mr. James Max- well, Liverpool; Mr. Charles Hewitt; Rev. Lewis Gilbertson, Oxford; Mr. Butterfield, Adelphi London Mr. Jenkins; Rev. Shadrach Price; Dr: Mrs., and Miss Stovell Mrs. Morris, Shrewsbury; Mr. D. Fearon; Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, Wolver- hampton. LION HOTEL. Major-General Cumberland, and family, Warwick Marquis Brenton Carignan Belmonte, Palermo; Mr. W. W. Phillips, Bishop's Castle, Salop; Mr. David Phillips, Aberayron; Mr. Henry Godfrey Plachet, Cumberland; Mr. G. Stories, London; Mr. R. Tweedle, St. David's Coll., Lampeter Mr. and Mrs. Rice, and family, Dunlop Villa, Beilth, Ayrshire; Mr. E. P. Wanen, Birming- bam; Mr. George Atkins, Moseley; Mr. George Rawlence, Wilton, near Salisbury; Mr. George Rupell, Worcester Mr. Thomas Rupell, Worce- ster; Mr. Charles Hewitt, Lichfield; Mr Tho- mas Paull, Cavendish Square, London* Mr Thomas Williams, Cavendish Square London j Pleaaan^ Ph"' .Actree™aD« and family, Mount Pleasant, Cbepstow; Mr. Woodman, Castle Hill Cottage, Carmarthen Mr. Hains, Glasgow; Mr. Humphries, Bristol; Mr. Stickland, Bristol; Mr. Worth, Manchester; Mr. Blythe, Coventry; Mr. Cousins, Bradford Mr. T. P. Davies, Newtown Mr. Roberts, London; Mr. owien Williams, Manchester: Messrs. Brindley, Briscoe, Mat- thews, &c. TALBOT HOTEL. Mr. J. L. Spencer Jones, Rock Cottage, Newtowh; Mr. Joseph Cbamberlaine, M.R.C.S.. LS.D Avebury, Wilts Mr. G. Came, London, 8.E. • j 8' ^OW(*en> Arthog, Dolgelley Mr. and Mrs. Hiles, Rose Cottage, Birkenhead, Cheshire; Mr. Griffiths, and family, Old Hall, Hereford; the Rev. H. Smith, Gogititin Mr. J. Meltings, Peekbam, London, S.E., Mr John Lewis, Llansnntffraid, Oswestry Mr. J. C. Jones Brierley Hill House, Staffordshire Mr. J. Wil- son, Darlaston, Staffordshire; Mr. D. Griffiths Hundred House, Radnorshire; Mr. J. H. Junes, Newtown, Montgomeryshire; Rev. Lewis Evans, London; Bey- C. Morgan, Carmarthen; Mr. W. Davies, Burton-on-Trent; Mr. Samuel Lewis Cambridge Villa, Newport; Mr. J. Evans, Ebbw Vale, near Newport; Mr. J. Jenkins, Brynmawr, Monmouthshire; and Mr. W. W. Dridden, of Brletol. TOURIST HOTEL. ^Mr^Elboti MTan8e,l> Britannia Hotel, Shrew9.; Turubur, Wo CHJt^r. Merthy Tydvil Mr.
TO CORRESPONDENTS. W." Again extreme pressure on our space com- pels us to hold over the publication of your paper on the supposed formation of Gorafochno," to a future issue. A VISITOR." Crowded out this week.
MONUMENTS for Churches, Churchyards, and Cemeteries, executed in Stone, Marble, and Granite, may be inspected in the Show Rooms, at R. DODSOJC'S Marble Works, Swan-hill, Shrewsbury. Printed and Published by the Proprietor, DATIJB stre§^8\ at kis General Printing-Offiee, Pier, ^vstwyth. Inly 1867,
I1IT OF VISITORS^ -Atkinson, (be Rev. G. B. and Mrs., and famil^y/ f|r 4, Rarine T«^« i ^yAlItmann, the Rev. J. S. Iji, Marine Terrace jr Aukman, Mrs. J. 4!J, Mariirfe Terrace ^lloway, Mr. and Mrs. 20, Marine Terrace Bliu, l^PWypMfrw »i ■ Bmli House r Arthur, Mrs,, Brooks, EdgbaatoD, Birmingham, 9, Marine Terrace Berridge, Mrs. C., and family, Broagbden Astle^r North Pgrade Berridge, Miss. Dunton Basset, Leicestershire, 6 North Paraded Bather, Mr. and Mrs., and family, Day Howf Shrewsbury, 49, Marine Tewace Brooks, Mr. and Mrs., and Mrs. Vernon, West Bromwieh, 6, Lewis Terrae^ v ^ishop, Mr., J* 0"" » Cambridge, 9. New-str^K -^Srown, Mr. &nd Mrs., and family, Milton Gryey /ntiF Worcestershire, 43, Marine Tegwre Barker, Mr. and Mrs., and faowly, 37j Marin/^rirr. ^Burtiian, Mrs. and Miss Glo'ster House -^yBrowne, Miss, & Miss Banks, Hereford, Rock House ^Benson, the Rev. Mr., and family, Hope Rectory, Windsor House f Bromley, tbe Rev, T. and Misa,42, Marine Terrace Brown, Mr. and Mrs., and ftiraily, Leamington, y 24, Marine Terra^i, y Banks, Mr. and Mr3., Birmingham, Glyndwr Buckertdge, Miss, Lichfield, Staffordshire, ,• y J 52, Marine Terftc/1 Bevintrton, tbe Misses, near Stmtford-on-Avon. 5, Alfred Place Burland, Mrs., Mrs. Thomas Cottrell, the Misses CottreH, and Master Cottrell, Burton House, Sandwell Road, West Bromwich, Staffordshire, 18, Marine Terrace Banks, Mr. and Mrs., London 13, Queen's-roadr Beacall, Mrs. and Miss, and Miss Burney, Shrews, 29, Marine Terrace Brothwood, Mrs. and Miss 11, Baker-#tr»'et -^HCarter> Mr. and Mrs., Buckingba.ro, 30, Ter. -Cairns, Mr. & Mrs., Lancashire, 10, Marine TVmcgj /Curtis, Mrs., Northampton 40, Marine TerrsaF /O^Xoddington, Mr. apd Mr»., Brandon TowenyCo. Sy Down, Ireland, 10, Marine Terrace* Connell, Mte* Staffordshire 23, Marine Terrae^ Currie, tbe Misses, Leamington, 32, Marine Tmtm X^Cattell, Mr#, and Miss, and Mrs. Hadley, and tfwV X Warwick, S, Laura Place X Warwick, S, Laura Place .Cole, Mr. and Mrs., and family, Nottingham, y yT Windsor Hatffe Clark, Mrs., and Mrs. Wood 42, MarineJ>ftace Crewe-Read, Capt., R.N., and Mrs., Llairdinaro, Montgomeryshire, Morelaftd House Criaton, tbe Misses and Master, and Mrs. Glover, Beam House, Shropshire, 9, Market-strati Cumberland, Ma.ior-General, & family, Sherboufte, 35, Pier-streeL Cork, Mrs., k family, Wolverhampton, Pier Houdfe Xrawshay, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert, and family, Leiutwardine, 53, Marine TerrMt r Durant, Mrs. and Miss, Tbe Close, Lichfield, s ¡J. 52, Marine Jfrrace y?I)ong\a», tbe Rev. W. W., and family, falwao^ Rectory, Worcester, 48, Marine TerrricC Davies, Mr. Edward, aud family, London, >< 48, Marine /Dew, the Misses and Master, Whitney ReftcugC Hereford, 61, Morfa fyjfne Davies, Mrs. and Miss 17, North Pirad^ Da vies, Mr#, and Miss, Aabbrook Place, Brecon, 24a, Portland-street jD'Egville, Mr. and Mrs., and family, Worcester, Cardigan House, 11, Queen's-road K Aifeavies, Mrs. and Miss Lloyd iftSDavies, Miss, Kington, Harefordsli., 11, Baker-street AU>Erpe, Mr. R., Derby 14, Pier-streei .J* Evan?, the Rev. Mr^Werewter, 28. Marine Terr. Edwards* Mn^aad^Mrs., and family, Newport, Salop, 13, Marine Terrace ■j^rtffTMrs. and Miss,Orgreave Han. Lichfield, ■—y' 11, Marine Terrace Eaton, Mr. William C., Magdalen College^ Oxford, A 11, Marine Terrace /-pn^tt Caot. and Mrs., Newport, and Mrs. Seward, 150101 Cheltenham, 54, WwSne Terrace Edmonds, Mrs., and family Newfoundland-street >v*»n4wMrs Lloyd, Miss Evans, and Miss Green, HdWood House, Staffordshire, 9, Marine Terr. f Findlat^iMr. and Mrs. 16, Marine Terrace f Findlat^iMr. and Mrs. 16, Marine Terrace isber, MrWdrs. Henry, & family, Newport,Sbrop- shire, 54, Marine Terrace Ferguson, Mrs., Oxford House, Bicester, y 30, Marine Terrace Ferrlngton, Mr. and Mr* Shrewsbury, Bedford House, Queen's-road George, Miss 11, Baker-street Glover, Miss, and Miss Caveton, Shropshire, George, Miss 11, Baker-street Glover, Miss, and Miss Caveton, Shropshire, 9, Market-street Griffin, Miss, Wolverhampton, Bedford House, Queen's-road Greis Mrs., and Dr. J. Greig, H.M. Indian Army. Salop House, Queen's-road Greig, Mr. and Mrs. James, Edinburgh. Salop House, Qaeen a-road Gale, Miss, Great Milton 12, Marine Terrace vQoodwin, Major, & family, Clifton House, Shrews., y' 51 Morfa Hpoae /0/Giveo, Mr., Crabridg* 50, Portland-Street fr BortQlK^^J family, Edgbaston, Birmingham, 19, Marine Terrace ^BlU, Mrfc^nd Miss, near Wolverhampton, 18, Marine Terrace vJfcKlehurat, Mr. and the Misses, Lichfield, yf 4, Marine Terrace //Hodder, Mr., oear Newport 14, Pier-street y Humphreys, i\J. K., Shrewsbury, 38, Mar. Terr. /f Homer, Miss, Cfl|dley Ct- H, Marine Terrace y^ook, Mr. and Mrs., Hereford, 24a, Portland-street Hayley, Miss M. B. 17, Marine Terrace Hopton, Capt., Tanybwlch Melbowrne House Mocker. Mrs., and family, Worcester, 28, Mar. Ter. >^Hans, Miss, Shrewsbury 3^> Marine Terrace JHamilton, Mr. and Mrs., Kent, 40, Marine Terrace ML/jjow, Mr.m M., and family, Day House, Shrews., W'jr 48, Marlborough House i/^Herring, Mr. and Mrs., and Miss, Sandbach, 'Sy^ 31, Marine Terrace y Hamilton, Mrs. and the Misses, Birmingham, 8, Marine Terrace Áiuce, Mrs. and Master, Dudgeley House, Church y Stretton, Salop, 13, Marine Terrace Hailstone, Miss, Gheltenbam 12, Marine Terrace JJartley, Mr. and Mrs., Banbury, 12, Marine Terrace y^Hampet, Mrs. Charles, 1, Newton Terrace, Ken- y nington Green, London, Hardwick House, Queen s-road Holland, Mrs.,Middleton, Bedford House,Queen's-rd Haskins, Mr. and Miss, Pontypool, 12, Queen s-rd. /Jacques, Mr. and Miss, Leicester, 25, Marine Terr. Jenkins/Mrs., and party C»»A.ridge 1House Jupp, Mr. and Mrs., and Miss 37, Mar. Terr. Jones, Mrs & family, Tanybwlch, Lisburne House Jones Mrs. Frederick, Manchester, Bedford House, Queen's-road Jones, the Rev. Rice, Eglwys-Ilan, Pontypridd, Bridge-street Agones, Mr. E., and family, Birmingham, Glo'ster House r Jones, Mrs., Mrs. Evans, and family, and Mrs. Prichard, Rhayader, 30, Pier-street Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Edward, and family, Hands- wortb, Birmingham, 33, Marine Terrace Kay, Mr., Liverpool Lewis Tfrrace Kav, Miss, Kuowles House, Up Holland, &*Mis8i Davies, Ty'nycastell, Devil's Bridge, Lewis Terrace Xiew'^Mrl/and fa Jlyl'pVesteTgoe! G^]terl^age /^Lanmarsb, Mr., and family, y^Lewes Mrs. 53' Mar,ne Teiface /^lewis,' Mrs. and Miss, Manavon Rectory, Mont- /,y gomeryshire, 9, Marine Terrace y Lewis, Mr. and Mrs., and family, 22, Portland-street Xamb, the Misses, Edgbaston, 43, Marine Terrac.' /Lucas, Miss, Wrexham 21, Portland-street "Leek, Mrs. Ellis, Staffordshire 12, Queen s-road Low, Mr. and Mrs., Market Drayton, Shropshire, 12, Queen's-road Jiucas, Miss, Shrewsbury 10, Marine Terrace /fit,umsden, Miss and Master, Leamington, y 7 10, Marine Terrace /Lewis, Mrs., and Miss Rogers, Abermeufig, j 1, New-street W Moore, Mrs. & Miss, Nottingham, Glyndwr House yiiladdock, Mr. and Mrs., and family, 17, Mar. Terr. y Morgan, Miss, Welshpool 43, Portland-street r Mytton, Miss, Shelton Villa, near Shrewsbury, 15, Cambridge House Millward, Miss, Grenville House, Edgbaston, Leominster House, Queen's-road Madeley, Mrs., Dudley, Bedford House, Queen'e-rd. tforrisb, Misses, and Miss Fowke, Ledbury, Here- fordshire, 14, Pier-street Mansfield, the Misses, and Mr. Edwards, Whitton, 5, New-street Haddock, Mrs., and family, Shrewsbury, 52, Bridge-street Maorlee, Mr. Henry Bankes 17, Marine Terrace Maurice, Mrs. H. B. 17, Marine Terrace wapper, Miss, Edgbaston, near Birm-, King-street /jBckleston, Miss, Manchester 27, Marine Terrace yjSbwen Mr Brynmawr, Breconshire, 14, Pier-street ^V^Turton, the Misses, Salop Windsor House urton, Col., Bridgnorth Wimisor House V/Brince, Mr. and Mrs., aod Miss Parker,Hereford, f 7 32t Marine Terrace /Parkes, Mrs., and tbe Misses Weaver, Shrewsburj*, 7 28, Marine Terrace J»arry, Mrs., and family, Newtown, 13, Marine Ter. ^rpearson, Mis9, Cheltenham 33, Marine Terrace Perkins, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, Birmingham, 37, Marine Terrace Powell. Mr. and Mrs., and family, Worcester, 8, Marine Terrace /f>riddy, Mr. and Mrs., and Miss, Droitwitch, 13, Queen's-road Parsons, Mrs, London Glo'ster House Peeler, Mr. T. and Mrs., near Stratford-on-Avon, 5, Alfred Place Parry, the Rev. J > St. Luke's Rectory, Wolver- hampton, Glyndwr House Pratt the Misses, The Hall, North Kilworth, near Rugby, 44, Marine Terrace Jlomer, Mrs., and M»ss Barnley, 4, New-street /»aikes, Mr. aod Mrs. R. Terrace Reynolds, Miss, Grenville House, Edgbaston, f Leominster House, Queen s-road Hideley, Mrs. Herbert, Miss. and Master Ridgley, Sterenton House, near Ludlow, Salop, Hardwick House, Queen ?-road Jteyden, Miss, Soutbwick 5, Osborne House Jteade, Capt., and family, Hadley Park, Salop, 25, Marine Terrace llice, Mrs., and Miss Perry, Manchester, 44, Marine Terrace Roberts, Miss.'Tintern Abbey, 24a, Portland-street Robinson, Mr. W. and Mrs., and Master, Bircb- fields, Birmingham, 37, Marine Terrace J II ^ontbwick, Mi«», Wolverhampton 9, New-street Sheraton, Mr.. William, Brom House, Ellesmere, Queen's Hotel Sawyer, Mrs., Cambridge 50, Portland-street imoos, Mr. and Mrs., Gilotiorton, Leicestershire, 25, Marine Terrace Stead, Mrs., Miss, and Master, and the Misses Hill, Shrewsbury, 13, Pier-street tamp, Mr. and Mrs., and family, Birmingham, /MMP^Marine Terrace £ elby, Mr., Nottingham [ Glyudwr House Smith, Mr. G., and family, Handsworth, near Birmingham, 14, Qt»ee?>'s-road Smith, Mr. G. and Mr. T., and Miss Smith, Shropt shire, 9, Market-stree- Southall, Mrs. and Miss, and Mrs. Hunt, Bristol, 41, Marine Terrace Stewart, Mr. and Mrø. 3&r Marine Terrace mith, Mrs. J. A., Brigbton 5, Osborne House £ mith, the Rev. C. Duolop, Cheltenham, 5, Osborne House Smith, the Rev. and Mrs. J. Allan, Boston, 5, Osborne House Swinden, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, and family, Bir" 12, Q',eer.J :road 5, Osborne House Swinden, Mr. and Mrs. Francis, and family, Bir" 12, Q«eer>Vroad' Trueman, Mrs., 47, Darlington-street, Wolverhamp- ton, Prospect House Tay, Miss, Wolverhampton New-street Thomas, Miss, 11, Richmond Terrace, Everton, 35, Pier-street Thomas, Mrs., and femily, Carmarthen, 49, Marine Terrace Turner, Miss, Tenby 5, Alfred Place Thompson, Miss, Birmingham, 27, Marine Terrace ^rueman, Miss, and Miss Dimock, Ivy Lodge, Colesbill, Prospect House Taunton, Lady, and Miss Taunton, 8,'Marine Terr. JyfRey, Mr. pind Mrs. E. W., Northampton, 17, Marine Terrace Talbot, Mr. and Mrs. 44, Marine Terrace TbMHW, Mrs. Jones, end fhmily, The Wolton, Brecon, 24, Marine terrace eVesey, Mr. and Mrs. 30, MarineTerracfl Williams, Mrs., Kinsall Town, London, Salop House, Queen's-road Williams, Mr. Tbomas, and the Misses- Owen, Oswestry, 2, Laura Place ortblngton, Mrs., and family, Manchester, 27, Marine Terrace Wood, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas, Chester, 25, Mar. Terr. oow-orthington, Miss, and Miss Emma, Sandbacb, 31, Marine Terrace all, Mrs. Powell, and Miss Dew, Ross, Hereford- shire, 9, Marine Terrace Wade, Mrs., & son, Harley, Salop, 52, Bridge-street Williams, Miss, Mount Pleasant,^Liverpool, f. 35, Pier-street Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Adam, Edgbaston, f 28, Pier-street JWilliams, Mr. and Mrs. P., Edgbastn., 3, Mar. Ter. Williams, Mr. and Miss Buckley, Newtown Hall, Moreland House ileoe, Miss, oear Wolverhampton, 18, Mar. Terr.
THE HOME-BAKED BREAD ESTABLISHMENT, 9, MARKET STREET, (Next door but one to the Talbot HoW,) W. AND C. DAVIES, Bakers, Confectioners, Pastry-Cooks, &c- GOOD Cakes always on hand, from 8d. to Is ^!b. Tarts, Pies, and Puddings made to order. Hot Rolls punctually at 8 o'clock A.M. Also, Coffee Rooms. — Cbops, Steaks, &c. Families supplied on tbe most reasonable terms. Also, Coffee RooOls. Chops, Steaks, &c. Families supplied on the most reasonable terms. TO THE FPBHC. IMPORTANT NOTICE. HKRR PHILIP KURZ' Brass and String Band, whose exhilarating strains enliven our pro- menades and streets, will continue to perform daily at the undermentioned times and places:—10 to 12 Noon, North Parade, Terrace and Queen's Roads, and other parts of the town; 12 to 1, Promenade Pier; 2 to 4, Town Clock, Pier Street, and Laura Place; 6 to 8, Marine Terrace Queen's Hotel; 8 to 9, Promenade Pier. The above highly efficient and talented Band is supported by voluntary contributions, and is not hired as hitherto by the town authorities. Its services may be secured by application to the Band Master, Herr Philip Kurz, for private parties in town or country by giving timely notice. Instruction also given upon various instruments at reasonable terms. EDUCATION WANTED, by or about the 25th instant, ia a genteel School, a young tody (age from 14 to 17) who would be willing to assist occasionally in plain needlework. She would receive board and a superior education; and one whose education has been neglected, or one wishing to complete her studies, would equally find this an excellent oppor- tunity. A small premium only required. Address, wifti stamp and envelope for reply, to Alpha, care of Mr. Davies, Stationer, High Town, Hereford. MISS TRUBSHAW ANNOUNCES to families resident in Aber- ystwyth and neighbourhood, that the studies for the ensuing quarter in her Establishment for the education of children will commence on WED- NESDAY, the 24th instant..»*•«? Miss TRCBSHAW gives Lessons in Music, French, and Drawing, to pupils at their own residences. 10, New Street, Aberystwyth, 5th July, 1867. TO G-ROCERS, IRONMONGERS, &c., BRISTOL HOUSE, COCINAN, Near Aberystwyth. THE proprietor, who is retiring from business, has determined upon disposing of the above very eligible premises, which aresituate in the centre of a large mining and populous district, and within a short distance of the celebrated Watering place, Aberystwyth, where he has successfully conducted the Drapery, Grocery, and Ironmongery businesses for upwards of twenty years. The present stock to be taken at a valuation. Application to be made at once to Mr. G. Wil- liams, at the above address. N.B. This offers a capital opportunity for an energetic business man. TO BE LET, 12, Q«eer>Vroad' Trueman, Mrs., 47, Darlington-street, Wolverhamp- ton, Prospect House Tay, Miss, Wolverhampton New-street Thomas, Miss, 11, Richmond Terrace, Everton, 35, Pier-street Thomas, Mrs., and femily, Carmarthen, 49, Marine Terrace Turner, Miss, Tenby 5, Alfred Place Thompson, Miss, Birmingham, 27, Marine Terrace ^rueman, Miss, and Miss Dimock, Ivy Lodge, Colesbill, Prospect House Taunton, Lady, and Miss Taunton, 8,'Marine Terr. JyfRey, Mr. pind Mrs. E. W., Northampton, 17, Marine Terrace Talbot, Mr. and Mrs. 44, Marine Terrace TbMHW, Mrs. Jones, end fhmily, The Wolton, Brecon, 24, Marine Terrace, eVesey, Mr. and Mrs. 30, MarineTerracfl Williams, Mrs., Kinsall Town, London, Salop House, Queen's-road Williams, Mr. Tbomas, and tbe Misses- Owen, Oswestry, 2, Laura Place /Worthington, Mrs., and family, Manchester, 27, Marine Terrace Wood, Mr. & Mrs. Thomas, Chester, 25, Mar. Terr. ^Vorthmgton, Miss, and Miss Emma, Sandbacb, 31, Marine Terrace ^Vall, Mrs. Powell, and Miss Dew, Ross, Hereford- shire, 9, Marine Terrace Wade, Mrs., & son, Harley, Salop, 52, Bridge-street Williams, Miss, Mount Pleasant,^Liverpool, f. 35, Pier-street Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Adam, Edgbaston, f 28, Pier-street JWilliams, Mr. and Mrs. P., Edgbastn., 3, Mar. Ter. Williams, Mr. and Miss Buckley, Newtown Hall, Moretand House ^Vilsoa, Miss, oear Wolverhampton, 18, Mar. Terr. THE HOME-BAKED BREAD ESTABLISHMENT, 9, MABKET STREET, (Next door but one to the Talbot Hotel,} W. AND G. DAVIES, Bakers, Confectioners, Pastry-Cooks, &c- GOOD Cakes always on hand, from 8d. to Is ^!b. Tarts, Pies, and Puddings made to order. Hot Rolls punctually at 8 o'clock A.M. Also, Coffee Rooms. — Cbops, Steaks, &c. Families supplied on tbe most reasonable terms. TO THE FPBHC. IMPORTANT NOTICE. HKRR PHILIP KURZ' Brass and String Band, whose exhilarating strains enliven our pro- menades and streets, will continue to perform daily at the undermentioned times and places:—10 to 12 Noon, North Parade, Terrace and Queen's Roads, and other parts of the town; 12 to 1, Promenade Pier; 2 to 4, Town Clock, Pier Street, and Laura Place; 6 to 8, Marine Terrace Queen's Hotel; 8 to 9, Promenade Pier. The above highly efficient and talented Band is supported by voluntary contributions, and is not hired as hitherto by the town authorities. Its services may be secured by application to the Band Master, Herr Philip Kurz, for private parties in town or country by giving timely notice. Instruction also given upon various instruments at reasonable terms. EDUCATION WANTED, by or about the 25th instant, ia a genteel School, a young tody (age from 14 to 17) who would be willing to assist occasionally in plain needlework. She would receive board and a superior education; and one whose education has been neglected, or one wishing to complete her studies, would equally find this an excellent oppor- tunity. A small premium only required. Address, wifti stamp and envelope for reply, to Alpha, care of Mr. Davies, Stationer, High Town, Hereford. MISS TRUBSHAW ANNOUNCES to families resident in Aber- ystwyth and neighbourhood, that the studies for the ensuing quarter in her Establishment for the education of children will commence on WED- NESDAY, the 24th instant..»*•«? Miss TRCBSHAW gives Lessons in Music, French, and Drawing, to pupils at their own residences. 10, New Street, Aberystwyth, 5th July, 1867. TO G-ROCERS, IRONMONGERS, &c., BRISTOL HOUSE, COCINAN, Near Aberystwyth. THE proprietor, who is retiring from business, has determined upon disposing of the above very eligible premises, which aresituate in the centre of a large mining and populous district, and within a short distance of the celebrated Watering place, Aberystwyth, where he has successfully conducted the Drapery, Grocery, and Ironmongery businesses for upwards of twenty years. The present stock to be taken at a valuation. Application to be made at once to Mr. G. Wil- liams, at tbe above address. N.B. This offers a capital opportunity for an energetic business man. TO BE LET, Furnished or Sold, POPLAR COTTAGE, lately in the occupation of G. E. J. Powell, Esq., situate in the pleasant Vale of Rheidol, 4J miles from this town, containing 2 Front Parlours; 2 Kitchens; 4 Bedrooms; and an Out-Kitchen, surrounded by a beautiful Garden. Apply to Mr Williams, 3, CustoA-hpuse Street, or Mr Morgan, 14, Pier Street, Aberystwyth. TREGARON MONTHLY MARKET. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a License has been granted for holding Monthly Markets for the Sale of Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, &c., at Tregaron, and the same will be held regularly on the TOESDAY next preceding the first Wednesday in every mopth. BY ORDER. THOMAS MORRIS, I'EMPERANCE iiKrisr, MARY STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Licensed to Let Horses and Carriages for Hire. MOCHO HOUSE, 12, PIER STREET. ABEBTSTWYTH, Established 1836. JOHN MORGAN, LAFZSAEV & JEWELLER, PEBBLES CUT & POLISHED. All kinds of Jewellery made and repaired on the shortest notice- 0- The utmost value given for old gold and silver. CORN STORES, TREFECHAN, A B EPjYSTWYTH^ GEVANS begs pspectfuHy to inform the In- « habitants generally of Aberystwyth and its vicinity that he has opened an Establishment at the above address for the Sale of OATS, BAR- LEY, BEANS, SHARPS, BRAN,&c. Aberystwyth Slate Works, MOOR STREET. Tomb Stones, Monuments, Chimney Pieces, CISTERNS, &I., MADE TO ORDER. N.B. These Works are fitted up with superior Planing and Sawing Machines, so that Floorings, and any order in Slate 9_ørk, can be executed with despatcb.. despatch. ELLIS & OWEN, Proprietors. For Watch Sf Clock Repairs, TRY MASON, ABERYSTWYTH, Opposite the Jtffeet Market. ENGLISH, CONGREGA TIONAL CHURCH, ABERYSTWYTH. "JtvIVINE SERVICES are held at the above place lj/ of Worship every Sunday, at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. School i past 2. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday evening at 7. The Rev. A. B. CAMM, of Manchester, will preach in the Morning and Evening, to-morrow. .i Collection will be made after each Service. -À 1 ikRYSTWYTH LITERARY INSTITUTED & WORKING MEN'S READING ROOM. TO BE SOLD,^half-price, a day old, on 'the re- ceipt of the succeeding issue, at tbe News T[>M,^FORTH Parade, daily copies of the Loi>don 'iroes" and "Pall Mall Gazelle." Apply to the n. See. ar. the above Institution^ I TO BE LET, 4 SMALL HOUSE, FURNISHED. Apply^at JBL 21, Portland Street. — ■ TO BE SOLD By Private Contract. TWO newly-built DWELLING-HOUSES, with g°0d (JARDENS, situate in Bridge-street, ^Waubiidarn-fawr, within Ii mile of Aberystwyth. /^Enquire of Mr. Joel Lloyd, on the premises. PREA T REDUCTION IN COTTON GOODS; ELIAS DAVIES, & CO., Drapers,$c., go. 10, MARKET STREET ABERYSTWYTH, BEG to inform the Public that they have added to their extensive stock a large assortmeut of L"DlES' UNDERCLOTHING, which are offered at a very low price. TO THE VISITORS, A.C. THOMAS GRIFFITHS, THE UGK TEA SMQP* f Opposite the Uan Royal Hotel, [ TYEGS to ttfform tbe Visitors at Aberystwyth, as J3 well as the Inhabitants, that be has a very extensive stock of GROCERY- A] so the flnest TEA: imported.Fresh Roasted Coffee.A large quantity of all sorts of Pickles, Sauces, Marmalade, and Jains. Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits" York, Westphalia, and Welsh Hams.Cumberland, Wilt- tritire, and Welsh Bacon.A very large stock of wime Cheddar and Double Glo'ster Cheese. Fresh Butter tiaily from the principal dairies in the neigb- hourhood.Composite and other Candles.. Bristol ed other Tobaccos. Broseley Pipes. A choice selection of Old Cigars. eusto-LISH: Wesleyan Methodist Services. DIVINE Service will be held during the Sum- mer Months in the Town Hall, Queen's Road, tt 11 a.m., and 6 p.m.—J. M. MORRILL, Minister. JOHN MELLINGS, Commercial Vaults & Refreshment Rooms, Opposite the Railway Station, ABERYSTWYTH. CHOICE WINES, SPIRITS, BEERS, PORTER, &c., in bottle and on draught.-CIGARS & TOBACCO of the choicest brands. HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. BOWLING GREEN. Admission, 6d. TREGARON MONTHLY MARKET. XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a J3| MONTHLY MARKET will be held at the wove place On the Tuesday preceding the first Wednesday in. each Month, ■por the Sale of CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, PIGS, [JCJOKN, BUTTER, CHEESE, POULTRY, &C. [ Tbe first Market will be held on Tuesday, January Nat, 1867. J V A great number of Butter-merchants, Butchers, Pig-dealers, and Corn-merchants, have promised to attend the above Market; and for the convenience pf buyers from a distance, the day before the Car- marthen Mcfuthly Market has been fixed for holding be Tregaron Market. 1. A Prize of 5s. will be given at the first Market for the best Fat Pig, and 2s. 6d. for the second best. The Dealers earnestly solicit an early attendance. Market Tickets at about a single fare for the double journey will be issued from all Stations on the Manchester and Milford Railway. Tregaron, I)ec. 19th, 1866. BY ORDER. EDWARD CLOCKER, Licensed to Let HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 5, Terrace Road, Aberystwith. 13* Closed and Open Carriages; Basket ditto, Waggonettes, ..te. TEMPERANCE HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. A BAZAAR for the sale of Useful and Orna- mental Articles will be held in the above hall on JULT 30th and 31st, and AUGUST 1st. Sale to commence each day at 11 a.m., and close at 10 p.m. A Musical Entertainment will be given at intervals. Tickets of admission, 1st and 2nd days, Is.; 3rd day, 6d. The value will be returned. The proceeds will be devoted to the Building Fund efa New English Wesleyan Chapel. ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY. WANTED a NURSE. Apply to Mr. Edward L. Cole, Secretary. NOTICE. ABERYSTWYTH tradesmen having Accounts jCTL against G. E. J. POWELL, ESQ., contracted by that gentleman during his residence at Penllwyn, will oblige by forwarding particulars of same to G. B. 0 HALLORAN, Lewis Terrace, Aberystwyth. PURSUANT to an order of the High Court of Chancery, made in the matter of tbe estate of Jenkin Jones, late of Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, Master Mason, deceased, and in a cause Lewis against Jones. The Creditors of Jenkin Jones, late of Aberyst- wytb, in the county of Cardigan, Master Mason, deceased, who died in or about tbe montb of Oc- tober, 1866, are, on or before the 2nd day of October, 1867, to send by post, prepaid, to Mr Frederic Wil- liam Ponton, of Ellesmere, in the county of Salop, th* solicitor of the defendant, their christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions, the full par- ticulars of their claims, a statement of their ac- counts, and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them, or in default thereof they will be per- eaptorily excluded from the benefit of the said order. Every Creditor holding any security is to produce the same before the Vice Chancellor Sir Richard Malins, at his Chambers, situated No 3, Stone Buildings, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, on Taesday, the 5th day of November, 1867, at 12 crclock at noon, being the time appointed for ad* indicating on the claims. Dated this 10th day of July, 1867. J. A. BUCKLEY, Chief Clerk. HAWKINS, PATERSON, SNOW & BUttNEY, 40, Chancery Lane, Agents for Messrs. THOMAS & JONES, Of Aberystwyth, Plaintiffs Solicitors. TEMPERANCE HALL, QUEEWROAD. ENGLISH SERVICES are held at the above Hall every Sunday Morning at 11 a.m., and in the Evening at 6. The Rev. DAVID EVANS, B.A., of Blaina, will preach in the Morning and Evening to-morrow.
LOOAL. PETTY SESSIONS, ABERYSTWYTH, t Tuesday, 9th July, 1867. Before Richard Roberts, Esq., mayor, and John Pavies, Esq. TAKING SAND FROM THE BEACH. Thomas Jones appeared to answer a summons for taking sand from the beach several times last week, against the order of the town commissioners and their officer, Mr Vaughan. The defendant said he only carried sand from two to six o'clock in the evening; and the town cart was there at the same time. Mr Vaughan said the town cart was employed in removing the loose stones from under the sea wall. The defendant said he was employed by Thomas Davies, who was building the new barracks. Tho- mas Davies thought it was less objectionable to do so at day than by night. The Mayor said they ought to come to the com- missioners and lay their case before them first. Mr Davies admitted it was a hard case that a large contract had been taken in the belief that be could get sand from the beach, when it would cost nim so much more to get it from elsewhere. It was hard, too, that the work must be suspended and the men discharged. David Jenkin Jones said that this place was not like England, there was no place but the beach here to get sand from; if they had to get it by rail the general public would have to suffer, as things would be made dearer. The Mayor admitted the hardship of the case, but that court had nothing to do but to adjudicate on the case before them. The builders ought to apply to the commissioners for leave to take sand from the beach. Several builders present said they would have to discharge all their men Mr VaUghan was of opinioa there was no sand to be got from the harbour. Mr Davies thought the present case might be adjourned for a week. Mr llees Rees proceeded to address the bench for the builders, when The Mayor advised him to keep his arguments hot for the next commissioners' meeting. There would be a special meeting on Friday (yesterday). Case deferred on condition that the offence be not repeated, unless permission be given by the commis- sioners for the removal of sand from the beach on Friday.
ABERYSTWYTH LITERARY INSTITUTE & WORKING MEN'S READING ROOM. In the reading room of this new institute, the walls of which are now hung round with valuable paintings and engravings, the gift of G. E. J. Powell, Esq., of Nanteos, the first general half- yearly meeting was held on Tuesday, the 2nd inst. The chair was occupied on the occasion by the Rev. E. Owen Phillips, M A., president of the institute amongst those present were the Rev. Octavius Davies, the Rev. John Jones, Messrs J. A. Cross, Theodore Paul, Dr. C. R. Williams, Thomas Griffiths, M. H. Davis, J. P. Jones, Charles Hack- ney, and the hon. sec., G. B. Q'Halloran. The statement of the secretary went to show that, notwithstanding the outlay wftieh always way-laid the dutstart of such an enterprise—in the form of preliminary expenses, such as those inseparable from public meetings—printing, advertisements, &c., and the fitting up of ro,omy*lfe| procured—expenses that would not occur again, tbe, funds were in such a state that even with the slight assistance the institute had as yet received itom the county fami- lies, it was in a position to discharge all its liabilities up to the present date, and still leave a small balance (a very small balance, it must be understood,) in hand. Such expenses as over £ 15 for the fitting up of the rooms, and of several ponnds outlay in the way of gas-iittings, preliminary proclamation, ad- vertisements, stationery, &c., would not again be found chargeable against the institute. Mr John James had kindly consented to let the committee have the present lightsome and airy rooms in his house, situate at the corner of North Parade (entrance by Terrace Road,) for the sum of £20 a year, and the situation wasgenerally regarded as the most eligible to be procured in the town. The periodicals and papers with which the reading room was supplied included the Edinburgh and Quarterly Reviews, Blackwood's and M'cAlMan's Magazines, All the Year Round, Saturday Review, Illustrated London News, Punch, Fun, The Times, Daily Teleqraphj StanddTdy StaT, Manchester Guar- dian, and Shipping Gazette, besides sqrial publica- tions presented—such as The Fortnightly Review by Mr Theodore Paul, ljTood Wtpds by Mr M. H. Davis, and The Field (occasionally) by Mr H. E. Taylor. Many of these papers (which were supplied by Mr John Cox, on the most reason- able terms.) were afterwards taken when their suc- ceeding issue came into the room, at half-price, by certain amongst the subscribers. It was to be regretted that the Shipping Gazette, an expensive paper, and for which the institute had agreed to pay half-price, could not be regularly procured. The messenger had called for it as often as twice and three times in the week, and been unable to obtain it. and the subscriptions which it was the means of obtaining did not cover a third of its cost. The hon. sec. went on to state that. the library of the institution was in a hopeful and. flourishing condi- tion it now contained upwardà of 600 volumes of standard works in all walks of literature—history, biography, philosophy, poetry," fiction, &c., and not one penny had been expended out of the funds bf the institution in the purchase oj these books. They had every one been presented by a few gentlemen. Mr Charles Hackney had presented about 20 volumes, and promised 100 more Mr Thoiuas D. Jones, of Pier-street, had given 10 volumes Mr J. P. Jones about 20 volumes Mr Humphreys 5 volumes Mr Eynon 2 vols, of the Art Journal; the Rev. O. Davies, Boswell's Life ot Johnson, illustrated and handsomely bound, '2 volumes Mr J. A. Cross 5 vols including the Waverley novels complete, and Rollins' Ancient History the Cardiganshire Min- ing Company about 50 vols and Mr G. E. J. Powell, of Nanteos, considerably over 5UO vols. (This announcement was received with much ap- plause). The secretary proceeded to say that the last-named gentleman, Mr Powell, had, in fact, presented the institution, in the form of books and pictures, with property to the value of about si .50. After this munificence on the part of a single indi- vidual, surely Aberystwyth would never suffer the disgrace of allowing the institution to fail. In addition to presentations of books, &c., and the payment of yearly subscriptions, Mr Powell had subscribed £5, and Mr Cross £2, towards defraying the expense of fitting up the room. Before quitting the subject of the library, the secretary wished to call the attention of the meeting to the difficulty under which he had been labouring for the last six months in the matter of the circulation of the books. They might have seen by the printed rules that the library was bound to be open 4 times during the week—3 evenings and on Saturday mid-day. The hon. sec. had cheerfully taken upoO him the duty of sorting, labelling, and cataloguing the books but the committee (or certain members thereof) deeming it not quite fair to expect the hon. sec. to attend on each of those occasions, selected from their own nnmber a pecial committee of six gentlemen, one of whom should perform the duties of librarian once every fortnight, the hon. sec undertaking to attend each Saturday. After a very brief trial the ar- rangement partially fell through, the only gentlemen fulfilling their self-imposed engagement being Mr Cross, Mr J. P. Jones, and Mr Robert Evans and to these gentlemen, as well as to Mr Thomas Grif- fiths, the bead master of the National Schools, who had kindly consented to act in the place of one of the forgetful committeemen, the hon. sec. begged publicly to return his best thanks for their kind and untiring energy in working with him. In the month of March last a circular had been printed in the form of a letter, signed by the presi- dent, the Rev. E. Owen Phillips, announcing the establishment of this institution, getting forth its objects and advantages, and soliciting support. Upwards of 100 of these circulars had been posted to the various gentlemen in tbe county, but the only success that crowned this move was a patron's sub- scription of a guinea from Mr Fryer, Lodge Park. The secretary therefore urged, with good reason, the necessity of the cominittee individually making a personal canvass, nor leive to him apid a few strenu- ous supporters, the triuuph that was to be secured by the ultimate success of the institution, or the shame that should follow its failurfe. Many mem- bers of the committee present pledged themselves heartily to exert themselves in procuring support, and none more so than the president chairman himself. The secretary further infotfned the meeting that up to the present but three. lady inhabitants had been induced to subscribe—oie, he was proud to say, was a lady (a patron subscriber) of the town, whose name had always, during the time of his residence in Aberystwyth, beel associated with all that was nobly generous in the best works of bene- volence performed in this town—a lady who, in the words of the poet, Did good by stealth, and blushedto and it fame." The sec. thought that if the ladie of the town and county were canvassed personally they would, most of them, follow this excellent fx&inple. There were many members of the committ*i who could, if they would, combine business with peasure, which was the main occupation of their live* and procure support for this most estimable institutfa. The attendance in the reading roon had been very numerous during the wintry month, but now, naturally, it was less so. owing to the inlucements of out-door exercise but the secv thouglt that the influx of visitors during the season would orobably make up for this, and increase the funds of he insti- tution. Already some few had subscriber and cards had been printed, which would be freÈy dis- tributed amongst the lodging-houses and hotes, for the sake of attracting attention to the fact th t so laudable an institution existed in the town. On one of the windows of the reading room (elCh of which had hitherto borne a printed placard) te name of the institute was written in gilt letten "7the cost of which Mr Paul had kindly volunteered to defray. The secretary suggested that each of the other windows should be similarly lettered.. The secretary had further to\ announce that the person who had taken care of the rooms up to that date was about to seek another service, and they would therefore be obliged to engage a new man. Lastly, the secretary expressed his confidence in the ultimate and thorough success of the institution. The assurance of sueh a consummation, so devoutly to be wished for the town, was the harmonious working of the committee towards such an end. At the close of the secretary's statement a gentle- man present enquired whether there were any sub- scriptions outstanding unpaid ? The secretary replied that there were outstanding subscriptions promised, and for some of which mem- bers' cards had been already granted, to the amount of about £15. He thought, however, it would be impolite to mention the names of those who had not paid up, as most of them were defaulters through inadvertence.. Capt. Lewis prorosed, and Mr M. H. Davis seconded, that as the Shipping Gazette was, accord- ing to the secretary's report, not advantageous to the institution, it be discontinued. Carried unanimously. It was also unanimously agreed that the hon. sec.'s order to discontinue the quarterly magazines be confirmed. Mr Theodore Paul moved that fhe^sfeif" news- paper be discontinued. Mr George Jones seconded. Mr J. P. Jones and several others opposed. On a division Mr Paul's motion was lost, by a large majority. It was riierefore resolved thatthe "Star" be con- tinued. Mr Paul proposed that the Pall Mall Gazette be taken in. Mr Thomas Griffiths seconded. Carried. Mr J. P. Jones proposed that the Times news- paper, instead of as now, being filed, be sold, the funds being in so low a state. Capt. Lewis seconded. After some slight opposition the motion was carried. Capt. Lewis thought he could procure one of the sergeants of his staff to attend the library and rooms, in the place of the person who was leaving. This proposal was gladly received; and Capt. Lewis and Mr O'Halloran arranged as to his engage- ment on the following Monday. The chairman proposed a vote of tbanks to Mr G. E J. Powell and the other gentlemen who had con- tributed so handsomely towards endowing the institute. The motion was seconded by the whole meeting. The chairman also proposed a vote of thanks to the hon. sec., in terms which, for obvious reasons, we need not repeat. The vote was kindly received. An unanimous vote of thanks to the president- chairman, in which every one present heartily joined, closed.the proceedings. 4
BANK PROMOTIONS. Our readers will be glad to learn that Mr Thom- son, formerly the highly respected manager of the North & South Wales Bank, in this town, and more recently manager of the Weshpool branch of the same establishment, has been promoted to the position of sub-manager of the head office, at Liverpool. Mr Frank Bond, lately accountant at this branch of the same banli, has just been promoted to the accountantship of the Chester office. He is replaced here by'Mr Humphreys. Mr Maysmore, formerly of the North & South Wales Bank in Oswestry, has been appointed mana- ger at Llanidloes, Mr Webster the manager there being removed to the Liverpool establishment. 4
THE ALLIED LONDON DRAMATIC COM- PANY. This talented company has during the past week been playing a round of pieces with much success at the Assembly Rooms, in this town, the role in- cluding dramas, comedies, farces, and sensation pieces, all of which are placed on the stage with the most creditable effect. Mr iftnest Stephens, our re- nowned local amateur, appeared last night before a fasbioneble audience as Fusbos in the celebrated burlesque Bombastes Furioso. We hope at another time to be able to go more fully into the merits of this performance.
CRICKET. Ceredigion C. C. v. The Visitors. This, first match of the season, played between the visitors and the Ceredigions, came off here on Thursday. The day was remarkably fine, and the play was capital on both sides. The following was the score:- VISITORS. 1ST 1XNIHGS. 2ND INNINGS. H. Crawshay c Gilbertson b Evans 13 b Evans 0 t L. Wainwright b Jones.. 16 c Gilbertson b Evans. 3 G. B. Meares c Dearden b Evans 16 c Evans b Dearden 5 W. Eaton b Evans .$b Tavlor .27 R. Bishop st Tllylor b Evans. o b Taylor 11 G. A. Lewes c Dearden b Evans. 7 b Taylor. 0 ■ •; b EI'MS *3 "J'T.'UT' ^A"S « Cumberland c Dearden b Evans 7 c Strong b Evans 4 Byes 10, wides 12 22 Byes 3, w.des 7 10 Total 107 Total 73 CEBEDIGIONS. 1ST INNINGS. aith INNINGS. R. Gilbertson b Bishop 9c and b Mears 4 J. P. Jones run out 10 b Mears 1 J. Dearden b Bishop 3not out 23 D. P. Evans c and b Mears. 13 c Benson b Bishop 4 Cumberland b Mears. 13 Captain Lewis b Mears a not out .3 Strong b Bishop 7 cLewis b Mears 6 H. E. Taylor b Bishop 0 c Mears 1) Bisbop 7 Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart. b Bishop. 0 P. R. Dearden b Bishop 0 E. H. Davies not out 2 Byes 15, wides 1, no ball 1 17 Byes 19, wides 1 20 Total 80 Total 68 Unfortunately for the Ceredigions the stumps had to be drawn according to arrangement, otherwise the probability that the victory of the day would have been on their side, as they only wanted 33 to win, and five wickets to go down. As it was, however, they were fairly beajten by their adversaries, amongst whom were some really crack players. We trust that the play on both sides will be equally good at the return match, which we understand will be played next week in the same field. On the Cered- igion side the batting and bowling of Messrs. J. Dearden, Evans, Taylor, & Cumberland; for the visitors that of Bishop, Meares, & Eaton were remark- ably excellent. The fielding throughout was good. ♦
A DISTINGUISHED VISITOR. Our harbour was visited on Sunday week by a schooner yacht, the "Derrynane," formerly the pleasure yacht of the great Irish agitator, Daniel O'Connell who named her after his beautiful ances- tral seat, Derrynane Abbey, in the county of Kerry, Ireland. To what base uses do we come—the "Derrynane" is now a collier.
GOVERNMENT INSPECTION. An amalgamated meeting of the town council and town commissioners was held at the Town Hall yesterday, to consider the suggestions of Mr Taylor. A full report will appear next week. Mean- while both bodies repudiated the idea of dissolving the town commissioners. —♦
YSTRADMEURIG. CRICKET.-On the 5th inst. (Friday), at Ystrad. meurig, was played the return match between the Ceredigion c. c. and the Ystradmeurig Grammar School. The match was looked forward to with great interest, as the previous match would most probably have terminated in favour of Ystradmeurig ha.d time allowed it. The Ceredigion won the toss, and chose to bat first. Owing to the good bowling ot Mr Parry and the Rev. J. P. Jones, they were all soon out, for the total of 44 runs. Capt. Cumber- Ima Was weu caught at mid-wickets by Mr L. D. ,ans- The Ystradmeurigians at first were going out most rapidly, three of them being put out in one over, howled by Mr Arthur Hughes. But when the Rev. Mr Jones took the bat he made a firm stand, that defied all the skill and strength of the Cere- j°^iers' At the end he was <not 0Dt>' ^ll' rnSlTe? 36/UnLS' of which 'wo hits were Most for two Sr frT'Tthree hitS f0r 3' and five hits for two. Mr J T. Lewis made a splendid hit for 5 to lone-on. Mr J. p. Alban was cleverly caught at 'points,' by Mr Clarke. At two o'clock the con- tending part.es sat down to an excellent luncheon, provided on the field by Mr Raw, the Talbot Hotel Tregaron, at the expense of the Ystradmeurig Grammar School c.c. After luncheon the Ceredigion went in again, and scored 39, of which Mr E H Davies contributed U, one hit of his being a lost ball' to leg for 6 Mr Gilbertson also made a fine leg bit for 4, so that Ystradmeurig had only to score 23 in their second innings in order to beat, which figure was very soon reached by the Rev. Mr Jones and Mr Thomas Jones, both 'not out' at the end. Notices of the match had been circulated beforehand, and consequently there was a fashion- able attendance of ladies and gentlemen on the ground. Major-General Cumberland, one of the spectators, was heard to remark that the Rev. Mr Jones ought to be one of the "South Wales Eleven." The two clubs intend to play a third game this season, some time in August. Annexed is the score CEREDIGION. 1ST IIFJRINGA, 2ND INNINGS. Capt Lewis b T. Parry 1 c J. P. Alban b T. Parry 0 R. Qilbn-Uon b T. Parry 0 st j. Lewis I, T. Parry 5 Cumberlandn^ansbRev J.P.J. 7 st, .T.Lewis b Rev J. P.J 0 G. CI:irke b T. Parry 5 run out 0 A.HughescJ.P.A.bRevJ.P.J.Onotout 3 H. E. Taylor b Rev. J. I>. Jones -0b Parry 0 Plaskst b Rev. J P. Jones -7b Rev. J. P. Jones 1 M. H Davies b Parry -4b Parry 0 E.H. Duvies st J.T.L. b Rev J.P.J. 0 b L. D. Evans 14 Korris c Parry bRev. J. P. Jones- 4 b Parry 3 Cumberland not out -5b Parry I Byes 5, 1. b. 3, w. 3 11 Byes 3, wides 9 -12 Total 44 Total 39 TSTRADMEVBIG. 1ST INNINGS. D. levies b Taylor 1 L. Dtjvans b Hughes 0 J(ies Taylor 1 illom:s Jones run out O not out 8 r rn j'r>- Jones not out 36 notout -10 b Taylor 5 7 TJ '« 'LI!UNS B Hughes 1 V c Clarke b Hughes J- M. Jone b Hughes « .wie,c'b Tavlor W. Jones itn 0ut 4 j Byes 9,'vides 3 12 5> 1 6 J Total 61 Total 04 W. Jones, a mbstitute allowed for Mr Parry, who was un- .1 avoidably absent a the time the Ystradmeurig were in.— Com- m unlcnted.
HOLLOW AY'S PXLI.S. -Vitiated bile The present weather is productive of constantbilious derangement, which, when neg- kcted, induces Fever. Holloway-s Pills are the best regulators of the liver, and their cheapness places them within the easy reach of all They exercise the most absolute purif/injj power over the bit od, and all the secretions, and wonderlu ly improie the appetit They likewise strengthen the stomach and tonsure the lull aim natural action to all the digestive organs without fretting and w, akening the system. They etfet tually pr. T 'nt all flatulency and griping. Nothing ever equalled Holloway's Pills for warding off, or curing, the tnany maladies so prevalent and dangerous during the change of seasons. They always impart health to body and mind.
LLANILAR. PETTY SESSIONS were held at the schoolroom, Ltanilar, on Friday the 5th instant, before G. W. Parry, and James Davies, Esquires.' G. W. Parry, Esq., charged John Morgans, of Perthygwenyn, Llausantffraid, farmer's son, with riding upon a cart, and furiously driving the same, at the parish of Llanychaiarn, on the night of the 2nd instant. Fined 5s. and costs. Mr Parry re- tired when this case was going on. John Jones, P.C., charged Jane Rowlands, Fal- con Inn, and Margaret Davies, Old Inn, Llanilar, both licensed victuallers, with keeping their houses open for the sale of beer, &c., during prohibited hours on Sunday, the 30th ult. Fined 5s. each with costs. William Rowlands, Llanfihangel-Croyddin, assis- tant overseer, charged John Jones, Penrhiwcae'r- g» gin, Llanfihangel-Croyddin, coachman, with non- payment of 14s. 3d. poor rates; and Jobu Jones, of Nantydwrgenau, Llanfihangel-Croyddin, also with non-payment of E3 4s. rates. Cases dismissed, parties not appearing. The cases of J. G. W. Bonsall against Ed ward Jones, and Edward Jones against Evan Jones, of Cotnmins, Llaiifihaugel-Croyddin, adjourned from last petty session-, were settled out of court.
TREGARON MONTHLY MARKET. On Tuesday, the 2nd instant, the usual monthly market was held at this place; when the show and sale of cattle, horses, store pigs, wool, butler, &c. were greater than have ever been known at Tre- garon on any previous occasion. The following prizes were advertised and awarded as follows For the best bull of any breed, £1, to Mr Wil- liams, Sunnyhill, Tregaron best cow, ditto, jEl, Mrs Walters, Cock'shead-hali, Gogoyan, Llanddewi- Brefi best 2-year old heifer, dilto, £1, Mr Raw, Talbot Hotel, Tregaron best yearling heifer, ditto, 15s., Mr Evan Davies, Llanddewi-Brefi; best draught horse, ditto, £1, Mr Williams, Sunnyhill, Tregaron; best riding ditto, ditto, £1, Mr William Jones, Draper, Strata Florida best pony ditto, ditto, lOs., W. R. Thomas, Esq., (Jesus Coll. Ox- ford,) Tregaron best stone of white wool, 5s., ditto ditto black wool, 5s., Mr Raw, Talbot Hotel, Tre- garon best pair of stockings of any colour, first prize, 5s Mrs Jane Edwards, Tycanol, (alias Shany'r Rhosgelligron,) Tregaron; second best ditto, 3s. 6d., Mrs Pratt, Tyllwyd, Cwnoystwyth; third ditto ditto, 2s. 6d., Mrs Lloyd, Dolgoed, Strata Florida to the seller of the best lot of sheep, 10s., Mr Rees Jones, Rbiwlas, Ysbytty Ystwyth; buyer of ditto, 10s., Mr William Thomas, sheep dealer, Tregaron. About 100 stones of excellent wool from Derry Ormond were sent to the market, and the whole quickly disposed of at good prices. A quantity of wool was also shewn and sold in smaller lots by neighbouring farmers,—viz., P. J. Davies, Esquire, Cwrtmawr, Llangeitho; Mr Jones, Cwm, Liangybi; Mr Morgan, Pantycraf, Tregaron Mr Raw, Talbot Hotel; and Mr Owen, of the Red Lion Inn, Tre- garon, and others. A quantity of fresh and salt butter from Derry Ormond and other neigbouring places were also disposed of, and demanded good prices. Judges,—Cattle, Mr John Jones, cattle dealer, Cwm-melyn, and Mr William Jones, Ty'nyberth, Tregaron. Horses, Mr William Jones, horse dealer, Ochr, Tregaron, and Mr D. Griffiths, Cefugoyan, Llanddewi-Brefi. Umpire,—Mr John Evans, Fountain Inn, Tre- garon. Judges,—Wool, Mr Evan Jonea, Pandy, Llanfair, and Mr John Evans, Tower Hill, Llanvbyther, Stockings, Mr Nathaniel Edwards, Hosier, Tregaron, and Mr David Rowlands, Hosier, Tregaron. Umpire,—Mr John Jones, Swan.ea.-Commllni- cated.
TaE offertory collected at St. Michael's Church on Sunday last amounted to S12 3s. 7d. DAVID JONES, of Borth, has lately successfully passed his examination as only mate at Liverpool. He was a pupil of Mr Lewis Roderick, of this town.
GOVERNMENT ENQUIRY INTO THE SANI- TARY STATE OF ABERYSTWYTH. ( Continued from our last.) 3. The privy accommodation. There is a general want of proper accommodation of this kind in the poorer parts of the town, and in some of the worst of the courts it is wholly wanting. For example, in Fountain Court, to which my atten- tion was directed by Capt. Lewis, there is not a house that has a privy, and the people are obliged to use buckets, which they empty at nights as best they can. Capt. Lewis, who is the adjutant of the Cardiganshire militia, is also one of the improve- ment commissioners, and he has used every exertion, though hitherto without success, to have better sanitary arrangements carried out. He stated that one of the main reasons for his doing so was this that the men of his regiment, when called up for duty, were, many of them, billetted on the low cheap lodging-houses in Fountain and other similar courts. He knew those places to be the seats of disease whenever any prevailed, and it was to him a very painful circumstance to see healthy young men lodged in places where they ran so great a risk of contracting contagious and dangerous disorders. On the morning of the second day's inquiry I made a detailed inspection of the courts and poorer parts of the town. I saw many disgusting examples of the want of privy accommodation, and of any proper system for the removal of night soil. At the lower part of the town, close to the harbour, I noticed some disused lime-kilns, the arches of which were converted into places of common public con- venience and speaking of the place generally I should say that in proper privy accommodation the town of Aberystwyth is disgracefully defective. 4. The public scavenging. The scavenging of the town is supposed to be done by the improvement commissioners, but as their means for the purpose consist of two single-horse carts—one a recent addition-and one hand-cart, it follows, as a matter of course, that the work must be done most inefficiently and partially. No regulations appear to be in force as to the time or removal of refuse, either by the commis- sioners or by private individuals. Middens and privies are emptied at all hours of the day, and their contents deposited in the public thoroughfares. As an instance of this, Dr. Rice Williams stated that in Bridge-street, a principal thoroughfare, only eight or ten days before the inquiry, the removal of manure had been going on from 8 or 9 a.m. till 3 p.m., and that three carts were all loading up the manure at one time. Capt. Lewis in his evidence spoke of this as the greatest nuisance that he per- sonally suffered from. As a commissioner he was aware that complaints had been made about the scavenging, and some small improvement had, he believed, resulted; but all the arrangement that he knew of was that every Friday morning a dust-cart went round, and the people put out their ashes and such like to be taken away by it; but all the more offensive bouse refuse was removed by the occupier. For instance, in his own case, Capt. Lewis carted the refuse from his own premises to a field which he rented. # In point of fact the commissioners do not con- sider that the removal of refuse from private houses form any part of their duty. They admit that the sweeping of the streets must be done by them, but nothing more. I may add that the street refuse so collected, as well as that from the slaughter-houses, is carted away to a large public midden, which is far too close to the town. The continued use of this as a place of deposit for the town manure is much to be dfprecoted but I trust that its removal will take place before long—at least, Mr Parry, town clerk, so stated in his evidence on the slaughter-houses, to which I have now to allude. 5. The slaughter-houses. I mentioned at the commencement of my report a letter of complaint which had been addressed to the Home Secretary by Morgan Davies, respecting the state of a slaughter-house which adjoins his dwelling-house. I am happy to say that some benefit has resulted from this letter, (a copy of which was forwarded to the local authority from the Local Government Act Office,) as the town council have decided on the erection of a public slaughter-house, and have selec- ted a site for the purpose on the south side of the town, at a distance of three hundred yards from the nearest house The levelling an filling up of the site were going on when I held my inquiry. A plan j and estimate have been made, tne latter amounting > to from £ 1,200 to £ 1,500, and the town council have applied to the Treasury for sanction to borrow the last-named sum. As soon as the siaugnter-house is in use it is pro- posed to remove to it the town midden, of which I have spoken under the head of the public scavenging, The town clerk is of opinion that when the public slaughter-house is built and let, as the town council propose, under proper regulations, there are powers in the present Local Act to enable the commission- ers to close the private slaughter-houses, 0 and to compel all animals to be killed at the public estab- lishment. If this be done, it will be a great benefit to the town, but I doubt whether the section of the Local Act, on which Mr Parry relies, will be found sufficient for the purpose. These private slaughter-houses are 5 or 6 in num- ber, some of them in the centre of the town. It is by no means an uncommon practice for the proprie- tors of these places to keep large numbers of pigs on their premises, to eat up the offal from the slaugh- tered animals. 6. The common lodging-houses. There was some disagreement between the town numi.311^ some witnesses as to the actual the fori?'' comruon lodging-houses in the borough, tion of tTicwisbinS to g'„ve a narrower interPr^" TIIP littor'T?RM than, for instance, Capt. -• latter gv. reasonably nulds that erery house the night, bed, or wee^K receives as inmates as ci o jse to apply tor a u is a common lod»ine._ house. He therefore t every one 0f Si I ————II Ml „ 1 Even of these only 3 are registered under tfie Aet, the very insufficient reason given for the exemption of the other 4 being that they had recently changed hands. It seems to me that Capt. Lewis defined the ferm II common lodging-house' more accurately than the town clerk but whether or no, there is certainly a very great number of houses beyond the 7 which are admitted to be common lodging-houses that need regulation by the authorities as to their internal condition and number of inmates. The means fop enforcing such regulations exist in tbe provisions of the Sanitary Act, 1866, which the authorities of Aberystwyth can apply whenever a sense of their obligations in such matters becomes a little more. keen than, I fear, it is at present. (To conclude in our next.)
"CARMARTHEN CHRISTIANITY." [The following letter has been forwarded to us for publication by the writer, and not by the gentleman to whom it is ad- dressed. It is intended, apparently, as a reply to a communi- cation which appeared in these columns, last week, from The Secretary of the Club alluded to." We trust that the Rev. Mr Morrill's explanation will prove satisfactory to the said Secrwl tary. We gladly make room for Mr. Morrill's letter, and shall in the future be happy to do so for all communications with which he may favor us. The chief point in dispute now ap- pears to exist between Mr. Morrul and The Welshman, whieb by implication Mr. Morrill accuses of having miareported him —ED. A. O.l ro THE SECRETARY OF THE CLUB ALLUDED TO. Sir,-In your letter of last week you advise I should learn "what truth is before I again preach it. I am quite wilhng to prove, in the presence of any two ministers of Aberystwyth, that what I said (not am made to say) at Carmarthen was true. As to the club of which you are the secretary, pre- vious to last week, I was not aware of its existence. I remain yours truly, J. M. MOBBIIX.
TEMPERATURE OF JUNE, AT ABERYSTWYTH. Date. Max. Min. Date. Max v<_ 1 • • 64 ■ • 56 16 ..Jo' 1 • fil • « 17 60 ? • 57 51 • 65 ftft a G8 • 51 20 (ja fifl 2 59 • 52 21 55 ft '2 45 22 «5 55 BQ 51 33 eg 54 JO • • 51 24 • • 66 51 JO 62 66 28 0» .54 70 • • 58 26 70 58 70 53 27 70 58 13 •• • 61 83 28 68 ..5a 14 4j3 53 29 70 54 15 • • 30 67 57 C. RICE WILLIAMS, M.D.
OTTER HUNT. Weather permitting, Col. Pryse's OTTER HOUNDS will meet on Saturday, the 13th instant, at Kerry Bridge on Teivy, at half-past 6 o'clock a.m. Will )e all next week on the same river.—E. L. P.
ABERYSTWYTH TIDE TABLE, SHOWING HIGH WATER AT ABEBTSTWTTH. July, 1867. h h. m. A. M. P. M. Saturday 13 5 14 0 0 Sunday 14 5 43 6 8 Monday 15 6 30 6 &o Tuesday 1G 7 13 7 32 Wednesday 17 8 9 Thursday 18 8 4a Friday 19 • > ? 9 IS (Low Water about six hours after.
thrtÐø. On the 7th inst., the wife of Mr Thomas H. Jones, of this town, of twin daughters. of this tovln, 6 meath on the 9th and 10th inst., Annie and Lillian, i,,fent twin daughters of Mr Thomas H. Jones, of this town. On the I I th inst., aged 10 years, Mary Elizabeth, only daughter of the late John Rowlands, Esq., Sur- geon, "ortland Street, in this town. =-