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EDWARD ROBINSON, WATCHMAKER, GOLDSMITH, & JEWELLER, Market Square, Shrewsbury, & London. ONE of THE LARGEST and most GENUINE STOCKS in the provinces, combined with the MOST REASONABLE CHARGES. gyjf Second-hand Plate. TO LET, A CONVENIENT HOUSE, with immediate possession, No. 10, New-street. Enquire on the premises. In Chancery. In the Matter of the Companies Act, 1862, AND In the Matter of the Mid- Wales Hotel Company, Limited. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That the Peti- .1, tiun, referred to in a certain advertisement which appeared in this paper of Saturday last. will be withdrawn by the undersigned Brooke Robinson on behalf of himself and W illiam George Robinson, the petitioners. And notice is hereby further given, that the said Brooke Robinson and William George Robinson respectively are no longer members of the above-named Company. BROOKE KOBINSON, Of 61, Carey Street, Lincoln's Inn, Middlesex, Solicitor. London, February 6th, 1866. APPEAL. PARISH CHURCH OF LLANBADARN-FAWR, Near Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire. Diocese of St. David's. TIIIS venerable Fabric, long the pride of the JL neighbourhood, and admired by all intelligent strangers for its peculiar architectural beauty, is now in the most urgent need of repair. In another column will be found some account of its history and present condition. Drawings for its complete restoration have been prepared by an Architect of the highest eminence, Mr. J. P. Seddon, to whom the whole work will be committed. It is estimated that several thousands will be re- quired for the entire restoration but Mr. Seddon reports the Nave to be in the more urgent need of repair and it is therefore intended to set about this portion of the undertaking as soon as a sufficient sum is in hand. The following are the names of the Committee en- gaged in carrying out this work :— THE HIGHT RBV. THE LORD BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. DAVID'S. THE VEXEKABLB THE AUC HDEACON" OF CARDIGAN. THE REV. H. 0 PHILLIPS, MA., R.D., Incumbent of A hvniit.nntth. COL. PRYSE, iVj.P., Lord-Lieutenant of Cardiganshire. COL. POWELL, Sant-K">. Silt PRYSE PRYSE, BART., GoQcrildan. G. E. J. POWELL, ESQ., Sant-Eos. THE YESERABLF. THE ARCHDEACOX OF YORK. THE REV. L. GILBEHTSOX, B.D., Fellow ofjetut College, Oxford. THE REV. JORS PUGH, Vicar of the Parish. J. (j, W. BOXSAI.L, ESQ., J.P., FronJ'raith. JOHN EVANS, ESQ., Lovesgrove. THOMAS JOXES, ESQ., J P., Mount Pleasant, Aberystwyth THE CRL'RCHVVARDEX'S FOR THE TIME BEING. Subscriptions will be thankfully received for "LLANBADARN-FAWR RESTORATION FIHD," either at the National Provincial Bank, or at the North and South Wales Bank, Aberystwyth or by any Member of the Committee. "y^ALENTINESl VALENTINES!! VALENTINES! The «il\jtention of the Public generally is called to a very Large assortment, just received from London. Such Elegant emblems of love and affec- tion certainly could Not possibly be obtained but at this Establishment. T hprices being low they are within the reach of all. In design they are pronounced to be charming. Now is the time for those wishing to give proof of their En dIe s s af- fection, to examine the extensive and rich STOCK NOW ON SALE AT D. JENKINS'S 8, PIER-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LIEBIG'S COMPANY'S EXTRACT OF MEAT. Only gpnuine when Baron Liebig's (Inventor.s) signature is on the Jar. Retail, 2s. 2 oz, (equivalent to one pt nny) half a pint of best beef tea. Sold by Chemists & Grocers. FORTNIGHTLY STEAMERS, LONDON TO J' NEW YORK.—WILLIAM PEXX, CELLA. ATALAXTA, BELLOXA, INDIANA leave Victoria Docks alternate Satur- days. Passengers of all classes takpn at the lowest rates. Apply for partirulars to SMITH, SUX'DILS, and Co., 17, GRACE- CHURCH STREET, LOX DON. DR. HAMILTON'S "NEURO TONIC" is, without doubt. the sovereign remedy for Xervousnpss and Debility. Pi ice lis. and 33s. per case. Sent all over the world. J. HAMILTON, M.D., 404, Oxford-street. YOUR FUTURE FORETOLD—Madame DE JL VERE will reveal by CLAIRVOYANCE, Second Sight, and Perception, the thoughts aod imentions of those in any part 01' the world. Give age and sex. Four questions answered for nine stamps and stamped envelope.—52, Meeting House-lane, Brighton, Sussex. TO CONSUMPTIVES. DR. H. JAMES, the retired physician, continues to send by post, free of charge, to all who desire it, the copy of the prescription by which his daughter was restored to perfect health from confirmed consumvtion> aJter having been given up by her physician, and despaired of by her father. Sent free to all on receipt of one stamp.—Address, 0. P. BROWN, Secretary, No. 2, King-street, Covent Garden, London. 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 TUESDAY next preceding the first Wednesday in every month. BY ORDER. MOCHO HOUSE, 12, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Established 1836. JOHN MORGAN, LAPIDARY JEWELLER, PEBBLES CUT & POLISHED. All kinds of Jewellery made and repaired on the shortest notice- ggp" The utmost value given for old Gold and Silver. ABERYSTWYTH & DEVIL'S BRIDGE ROYAL MAIL, VIA TY'NLLIDIART, GOGINAN, & PONTERWYD R STARLING, of the Queen's Hotel Livery and • Posting Yard, respectfully begs to inform the public that henceforward he will run a COVERED CARRIAGE between ABERY8TWYTH and DEVIL's BRIDGE daily, for the conveyance of Passengers, Parcels, &c., leaving the Post Office, Aberystwyth, at 11 a m., and arriving at Devil's Bridge at I 30, returning at 2 45 p.m. FARES:— Single Journey. s. d. From Aberystwyth to Ty'nllidiart I 0 „ » to Goginan -16 „ „ to Ponterwyd 2 0 „ „ to Devil's Bridge 3 0 Double Journey. s. d. From Aberystwyth to Ty'nllidiart and back 1 6 „ „ to Goginan „ 2 9 „ „ to Ponterwyd „ 30 „ „ to Devil's Bridge „ 4 6 N.B. All orders for Horses, Carriages, Posting, Itc., punctually attended to. PETTY SESSIONS, ABERYSTWYTH. Tuesday, February 4th, 1868. Before Richard Roberts, Esq., mayor. NUISANCE. Mrs Mary Hughes, of the White Swan Tavern, St. James's Square, was summoned for having a cer- tain number of pIgs upon her premises. Dismissed with a caution, on payment of costs. ♦- COUNTY COURT, ABERYSTWYTH. Wednesday, 5th February, 1868. BEFORE ARTHOR JAMES JOHNES, ESQ., JODGE. His honour took his seat on the bench before I o'clock, the earlier portion of the day having been occupied in hearing undisputed cases before the rellisl rar. There were no cases of any public interest heard at thi-i court. MARINE EXAMINATIONS —Evan Davies. son of Capt. Lewis Davies, Trefechan, has past his exami- nation at Glasgow as Only mate. Also David Jen- kins, son of Capt. David Jerkins, Borth, has passed his examination at Hull, as master in the foreign service. Both were late pupils of Air. Lewis Hode- riok, of this town.

TOWN COMMISSIONERS, ABERYSTWYTH.

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TOWN COUNCIL, ABERYSTWYTH.I

4 ODDFELLOWSHIP.

THE FATAL ACCIDENT ON THE…

. MEDICAL INSPECTOR OF SEAMEN.

SELECTION OF SITE OF NEW COUNTY…

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ABERYSTWYTH LITERARY INSTITUTE…

ANNUAL REPORT.

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. PETTY SESSIONS, LLANILAR.

t\ ELERCH PENNY READINGS.

♦ LAMPETER POPULAR ENTERTAINMENTS.

CORRESPONDENCE.

THE WATER QUESTION.

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WRECK IN THE BAY.

THE MARKETS.

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