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~alf0 fry ;luftioiu SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. Monthly Sales of LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c. ME. G. T. SMITH boss respectfully to announce that he will hold Monthly Sales of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pig's, Agricultural Implements, Carriages. &c., in the Smithfie] 1. Aberystwyth, on ihe FIRST MONDAY IN EVERY MONTH, at Twelve o'clock at noon. Entries for the SALE OX MONDAY, NUAUT 1st, respectfully requested. To he sent ;u lea-t a week previous to S.ile, to be included in advertise- ments. Terms-2i ner cent. on amount sold andasmill 2 fixed entry fee for unsold lots, to meet expenses. Settlement on Thursday after sale. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH AND VILLAGE OF LLANBADARNFAWR, In the County of Cardigan. MR. G. T. SMITH has been instructed by the Mortgagees to offer for Saie by Auction, On FRIDAY, the 5th day of JANUARY, 1877, At the Belle-vue Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, subject, to conditions, at Three o'clock in the afternoon (im- mediately after the S-ile of Leasehold Premises advertized to take place at the same place at Two o'clock) the following verv desirable and well-situated LEASHOLD AND FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in Aberystwyth and Llanbadarn, namely All that commodious Leasehold Dwolhnfr-honse, No 26 NORTH PARADE, in tie Town of Aber- ystwvth, with Area entrance, large Yard an Ware- house? communicating' with Moor-street, And contain- ing Five good Bad-rooms. Drawing-rooms, Dining room, and good domestic accommodation, now in the occupation of Mr. Richards, chandler. Also, the Three well-built and convenient CO I- TAGES at the back of the last described Property, itn4 communicating with Moor-street, all let to res- pectable tenants, and each containing good Kitchen, Living Room, Two Bedroom., and proper modern Sanitary requirements. Also, all those Two Freehold COT rAGES AND GARDENS, situate on the Turnpike-road leading from Aberystwyth to the Village of Llanbadarnfawr, opposite the Vicarage, now in the occupation of Mrs. Anne Jones and Mr. Thomas Davies. The various Properties will be offered in such Lot or Lots as may be decided at the time of Sale, and will be parted with at such rates as to be nearly without reserve. Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs. Hugh Hughes & Sons, and Messrs. Atwood & Son, Solicitors or the Auctioneer, all of Aberystwyth. TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Highly Important and eligibly situated LEASE- HOLD PROPERTY, consisting of the extensive Range of Buildings adjoining Messrs Bubb's Fur- niture Show Rooms, and now used as Stabling, Granaries and Coach-houses, together with large enclosed Yard, with frontage to Terrace-road, of nearly 70 feet, forming one of the most valuable sites in Aberystwyth, in the leading thoroughfare from the Rjilway Station to the Marine Terrace, and admirably saited for the erection of shops or other premises for the carrying on of any descrip- tion of business. MR. G T. SMITH has been instructed to offer this valuable property for Sale by Auction, at the Belle Vue Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on Friday the 5th day of January, 1877, at two o'clock in the afternoon. Further particulars may be obtained of RICHARD JAMES, Esq., Solicitor, Llanrwst, and of Messrs HTTGH HUGHES, and SONS, Solicitors, or the Auctioneer, Aberystwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE. Very Desirable and Valuable FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. MR. GRIFFITH GRIFFTHS has received in- structions to sell by Public Auction on TUES- DAY. JANUARY the 9TH, 1877, at 2 o'clock in th" afternoon (subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there pro.lui.(',l). at the lalbot Hotel in the town of Trej iron, all tiiat Freehold Farm end Lands called Brineippill, situate in the parish of Llanbadarn Odwyn. Containing by admeasurement about 140 Acres of very excellent Meadow, Arable and Pasture Lands (with a Cottaje thereon), all in good state of cultivation. The above farm is situate within a mile and half of the Tregaron Railway Station on the Manchester and Milford Railway. The whole farm commands a south aspect. For further particulars apply to the proprietor, Mr Thomas Jenkins, Bryncippill, near Tregaron, to Mr. F. R. Roberts, solicitor, Aberystwyth, or to the Auctioneer, Aberaeron. Aberaeron, December, 9tli, 1876. THE NATIONAL SCHOOLS, ABERYSTWYTH. It is intended to hold, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29TH, 1876, In the NATIONAL SCHOOLS, A CHRISTMAS rpBEE and B A Z Z A A R For the sale of Useful and Ornamental Articles, On which occasion Refreshment and Music Will also be Supplied, COMM[TTEE :— Miss Davies, North Parade Miss M. Davies. Antaron Miss Evans, North Parade Mrs Fossett. Laura Place Miss Jones, Mount Pleasant Miss Morgan, The Terrace Mrs. Phillips, The Vicarage Miss Roberts, Pier-street Mrs. C. Rice Williams, Penbryn House. REFRESHMENTS— Mrs. Gilbertson, The Terrace. THE CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY Will issue Cheap Return Tickets from Machynlleth and intermediate stations to Aberystwyth by 'I ordiaary trains, available on day of issue only. THE MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY Co. | Will also issue Return Tickets from Lampeter and 1 intermediate stations on the above day, at Single Fares for the Double Journey. The proceeds to be devoted to the Schools. ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING. TEMPERANCE HALL. TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 19TH, 1876. THE STUDENTS' SIXTH GRAND CONCERT, Together with the COLLEGE CHORAL CLASS, NUMBERING ABOUT SIXTY VOICES. THE work performed at this CONCERT will be «' ROSSINI'S STABAT MATER," (TRIBULATION), With Orchestral Accompaniment. Conductor PROF, PARRY. Accompanist Miss MARY JONES. ADMISSION 3s., 2s., Is. Tickets for sale at the usual places. Doors open at 7 o'clock. Concert to commence at 8 precisely. T. COLLINS, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AGENT, &c., < CO: URG HOUSE, NEWFOUNDLAND.STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. B> GS to inform the general Public of Aberystwyth, and the vicinity that he has Removed from Lisburne House to the above address. Parties hav- 11 ing house or other property to dispose of, or desiring to become possessed of such, can have their require- Inents met through his agency. To SOLICITORS.—Bankruptcy Forms, Affidavits, &c., printed and sold at the Observer Oft c IN h Parade, Aberystw JJEPORTS AND BALANCE SHEETS I ABERYSTWYTH CBSERVER OFFICE. | HJufclic jioiirr$. -1 -11 I- I' I'll EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS, 1 8 7 7. 1 8 7 7. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next General Quatrer Sessions of the Peace will be held and kept, nt the County Sessions House, in the town of Aberaeron, in and for the said Countv, on TUESDAY, the 2nd day of January next, at Eleven o'clock in the foren ion, at which time and place all County Business will commence and be proceeded with. And that at thirty minutes after One o'clock in the afternoon on that day the Conrt will proceed to the adoption of the provisions of the several Acts of Parliament rela!rag to the assessment, application, and management of the County and Police R:ttes, and will pass all Hills examined and approved of by the Finance Committee. AND NOTICE is hereby also given, that all Appeals and Traverses to be tried at these Sessions must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace at or before Eleven o'clock on the morning of Wednesday, the 3rd of January next (the second day of the said Sessions), and on the said 3rd day of January, at the hour last mentioned, all Grand and Petit Jurors, Bailiffs of Hundreds, and persons bound by recog- nizance, must attend and answer to their naiiiw, and the several Magistrates of the said County are re- quested to cau<e all depositions taken before them, relating to Felonies and Misdemeanours to be prosecuted at the said Sessions, to be transmitted to the Clerk of the Peace on or before the 2Gth day of December instant, and in all cases arising subse- quently immediately after being taken. Application will be made for a sum of Money for defraying the shate of the Expences of this County for Building an additional Wing to the Female side of the Joint Lunatic Asylum at Carmarthen. AND NOTICE is hereby also given that the Court will proceed with busin-s^ on the 3m day of January next, in the following orderFirstly, Trials of Prisoners; secondly, Tri.ds of Traversesand thirdly, Hearing Appeals of Common Motions. AND NO LICE is hereby also given, that all persons having any claim against the County must send in their Accounts to tue Clerk of the Peace's Office, at Aberystwyth, on or before the 26Lh day of December instant, and must attend before the Finance Committee of Magistrates on the 2nd day of January next, at the County Sessions House at Aberaeron aforesaid, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of having their claims audited, if required otherwise they wid not be paid. Dated this 11th day of December, 1876. F. K lWHBlnS, Clerk of the Peace. liE Honourable EDWARD COURTENAY JL VAUGliAN, Deceased.—Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 01 the 22nd and 23rd Victoria, cap. 35, in- tituled, "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees," Notice is hereby Given, that all CREDITORS and persons having any claim or demand against the Estate of the Honourable EDWARD GOUKIENAY VAUGHAN, late a Cap- tain in the Ritie Brigade, and ot No. titi, Wt. Janies'- street, in the county of Middlesex, and heretofore of Grosswood, near Aberystwyth, in the county of Car- uigan, deceased (who died on the 3rd day oi October, 18<G, and whose will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's iiign Couit oi Justice on the 3rd day of November, 187ti, by Edmund Mallet Vaughan, oi Lapley, in the county of Stafford, Esquire, and Foster Wiilred Procter, of 3o, Lincoln s-inn-heids, in the county of Miudlesex, solicitor, the executors therein named), are on or oelore the tith day of February, 1877 to -end in particulars of their debts and claims to the undersigned and immeuiatley alter the said tith day 01 February, 1877, the executors will proceed to dis- Lribute the assets of the said Edward Courtenay Vaughan, deceased, among the persons entitled thereto, having regard to the claims only of which they shall then have notice. And all persons in- dented to the said executors are requested tlrlrtilwith to pay the amount of their respective liabilities to us, the undersigned, on VBhnif of the said executors. Dated this and day oi December, 1870. TATiiAiVL, PiiuCi'r.K, lAlilAAl, c\ i/RCCTER, ;)0, Lincoln s-inn-hehis, Solicitors to the said Executors. JOHN WILLIAMS, deceased. PURSUANT to an' Act of Parliament of the 22nd 1- and z;)¡d Victoria, chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the law of Froperts, and to leneve trustees, NOTICE IS HEKJvbY GIVEN that ail creditors and oLlwr persons having any debts, claims, or demands upon or against the estate 01 JOHN WlLiJLaJkiS, litLe 01 Aberdorey. in tne county of Merioneth, Wales, Clerk in Holy Oroers, deceased (WllO died on the 2nd day of January, 18iô, and whose will was proved on tne 9th uay oi March, U)'¡ô, in the principal registry ot the probate division of Her Majesty s Hlgll Court of Justice by Eleazar Williams, William Josepii Williams and Ihonias Worsfold Mayo, three of the executors therein named), arc hereoy required to send full par- ticulars in writing 0f their deots, claims, or demands I to us, the undesigned solicitors to the said executors, at our offices, as hereunder mentioned, on or before the 1st uay 01 March next, and notice is hereby also given that after Unit day the said executors will pro- ceed to distribute the assess of the said deceased among the parties entitled there to,having regard only to tlie debts, claims, or demands oi wnicn tne said executors silall then have received notice, and that they will not be liable lor tue assets or any pan. thereof so distributed to any person of whose deut, claim,or demand they shall not then have had noiice, and ail persons indebted to the estate or the said deceased are hereby required to pay the amount ol such debts forthwitn to us the undersigned. Dated this 5th day of December. lëíG. RANDAL-L, & Al.vio, Wilton, Salisbury, Solicitors to the said Executors. DAVID ROBERTS PUGHE, DECEASED PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd -t- and 23rd Vic., cap. 35, intituled An act to further amend the law of property and to relieve Trustees." Notice is Hereby Given that all Creditors and other Persons having any claims upon, or de- mands against, the estate of the said David Roberts Pughe, late of Machynlleth, in the county of Mont- gomery, surgeon, deceased (who died on the 18ch day of October, 1876) and whose will was proved on the 6th day of December, 187G, in the principal registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, by Mr. Owen Daniel, of Towyn, in the county of Merionetk, land agent, onu of the Ex- ecutors therein named, are hereby required to send in particulars in writing of their Debts, Claims, or Demands, to the undersigned, the solicitors to the said Executor, on or before the sixteenth day of Feb- ruary, 1877. alter which day the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said testator among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the Debts, Claims, or Demands ot which he shall then have had notice, and that the said Ex. Qutor will not be answerable or liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any par- son of whose Debt, Claim, or Demand he shall not then have had such notice as aforesaid. Dated this 12th day of December, 1876. HUUH HUGHES AND' SONS, 24, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. Solicitors to the said Exjcutor QUEEN'S HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. NOTICE. REPORTS having been circulated that the QUEEN'S HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, is closed, I beg to inform the public and all concerned that there is no truth whatever in such statement The Hotel is OPEN and will REMAIN OPEN, and the Business will be carried on as hitherto. W. H. PALMER, Proprietor. ABERAYRON UNION. APPOINTMENT OF MASTER AND MATRON. The Guardians of the Poor of the Abe ray "on Union will, at their meeting to be held on Wednes- day, the 27th day of December, 1876, proceed to the appointment ot a Master and Matron to the abova Union Workhouse. Candidates must bo man and wife (without encum- brances) and fully competent to keep the several Books and Accounts, and to perform all the duties as prescribed by the Regulations of the Local Gov. ernment Board, and the orders of the Guardians. The Appointment will be in all respects, subject to the approval of the Local Government Board, and security to the amount of £ 100, for the due and faithful performance of the duties will be required. Applications in the Candidates' own handwriting, with recent testimonials as to character and ability, stating ago, present, and previous occupation, to be sent to me, not later than Saturday, the 23rd day of December next. For further particulars, apply to the Clerk. By Order of the Board, JOHN JONES, Clerk to the Guardians. Aberayron, November 21st, 1876. RHEUMATISM. ALL those who are suffering from Rheumatism should bathe in the Llanfihangel Well, which is known to have cured a large number of persons afflicted with this painful disorder. The Well is situated close to the Llanfihangel Gen eu'rglyn station on the Cambrian Railways, and is distant from Aberystwyth about 5 miles, and from Borth 3 miles. Business ISbbreøøeø. WINTER GOODS, VERY CHEAP, AT D. J IE NKINS\ HOLE SALE & RETAIL T) PAPER, 3G, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LARGE quantity of Blankets, Flannels' ./JL Winceys, Shawls, &c., for Charities, much under the usual Price. NEW GOODS in every Department. 600 YARDS of BLACK SILKS, bought before the Advance, will be soli at old Prices, for Cash only. FOH CHRISTMAS PRESENTS, OR N EW YE A li' S GIFTS, The Latest Novelity, THE FLOWERS OF MELODY. A Series of Popular SONGS, PIECES, and DANCE MUSIC. The Music clearly Engraved, with handsome frontis- piece and Picture. Each number, in envelope, post free. to any address for 13 stamps, from W. K. WHEATLEY & SONS, MUSIC WAREHOUSE, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. WK. WHEATLEY & SONS, manufacturers • of the ''Cambrian Model Harmonium," 8 Guineas. Good Organ Tone, in Oak or Mahogany Case. The'"Church H.rmonium," 16 Guineas, 8 stops. Piano Forte 'i uners from Messrs. John Brinsmead & Sons, who have carried off the ONLY PRIZE I.ILIJ.XL for British Pianos at the Philadelphia Exhibition. A Choice Stock of Pianos, Harmoniums, and American Organs. Musical Instrumcut- of a:l Lands, and New Music at Hall Price. ABKKYsTWyTi| SKATING KIIsK, PORTLAND STREET. The Aberrystwyth Roller Skating Co. bog to inform the inhabitants of Aberystwyth and Neighbour- hood that oil and after November 1st the RINK WILL HE OPEN ONLY ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, & SATURDAYS. As the Rink will be closed to the Public on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, the Proprietor will be glad to make arrangements ior SKATING P ARTIES (Of not less than ten), having exclusive use of Rink. Application to be made to Miss LEWIS. SATURDAY EVENING Will bo made Popular.—Admission, Gd. ———— £ s. D. Quarterly Tickets, (from November 1st to January 31st) 1 15 0 Monthly Tickets. 0 15 0 Book of Tickets (Twenty-five) 1 1 0 Book of Tickets (Twelve) 0 10 li Morning Session from 10.30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Afternoon 2.30 p.m. to 5 p.m. Evening 7.30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Proprietors The Aberystwyth Roder Skating Co. MAR 1 LEWIS, Manager, THOMAS GARNEti, I Pastry Cook and Confectioner, FANCY BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKER, 21, TERRACE ROAD, ST. DAVID'S HOUSE, 63, TERRACE, ABERYSIWYTH, BEGS to return his sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry, Gler^y, VISILOTS and Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and Neighbourhood, for their kind support, and hopes, by strict attention to all orders entrusted to his care, to merit a continuance ot their tavours. 1'. G. begs io call attention to his Pure Welsh Digestive Bread, and his superior Pastry, ot trie very best quality, in xiam and Veal Pies Ornamental Sponge Cakes Chicken Pies German ditto Raised Pies Seed ditto French Pastry Sciiool ditto, Fruit uies, from 9d. each Jellies Pat.u Creams Cusku uS Ices Rich Weuoii.g Cakes Iced Puddings Chri tenmg aitto Maringues Mould Sponge ditto Gatteaus, &c., &c. iolanc Mange I not hoils, Twists, Ten Cakes, and Buns, fresh ;veiy morning.—Sweets in every variety.—PeeU, s'rci.ii i\: ( o s .ul9nuol1 Biscuits.—Schweppe s Lem Water and Ginger Beer. J3 CD UTH. ODONTALGICA. An instantaneous cure for Toothache. In boxes ad aud Is. lid each, free by postS^-d and 15d 2 C' 1 2 n stamps. Mr. Hughes, organist, Barmouth, says-" I have much pleasure in bearing testimony to the efficacy of Mr. Rawlings' Odontalgica for the immediate relief ot Toothache, having never found it fail. I have likewise recommended it to my friends, and they also have found it most beneficial." Many testimonials to the same effect have been received. DR. NORMAN'S PILLS. (The great nerve tonic). Have never been known to fail in curing Neuralgia and Tic Doloreux; the first dose almost invariably arrests the pain, and a few repetitions ensure a cure. They contain no morphia or any other poisonous or dangerous drug, but effect a cure by direct tonic action on the nervous system. In boxes Is. I'd and 2s. ltd each, free by post Id extra. THE CRIMEAN PECTORAL. An infallible cure for cough. The effect is marvellous, the first dose genera lly giving immediate relief. Write for testimonials. Sold in bottles Is. 1 id, 2s. 9d, and 4s. 6d each. Prepared only by F. C. RAWLINGS, Chemist, Medical Hall, Barmouth. TOWYN. .>oJ' CAMBRIAN HOTEL, TOWYN. THIS HOTEL is replete with every Comfort, fitted up in first-class style, to suit the convenience of Families and Commercial Gentleman. Posting in all its branches. An Omnibus meets every train. Charges moderate. ISAAC ALEXANDER CARROLL, Proprietor. W. H. TRUSCOTT, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, ENGRAVER, &c. 24, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, (Next door to the Market Hall,) Begs to announce that he is in Business at the above address, and hopes by strict atten- tion, combined with moderate o charges, to merit a share of the patronage so liberally accorded to his late father, James Truscott. Jewellery and the most compli- caietW a tches and CloZksRepaired V' V'"v and adjusted at tlie shortest notice. *•61; A GOOI) ASSORTMENT OF CLOCKS X 1 WATCHES, AND JEWELLERY ) v ALWAYS IN STOCK. THE BEST LUBRICATING OIL EXTANT EXCEPT SPERM. A. B. ELEMINGr & Co.'s VEGETABLE MACHINERY OIL For 3s. (id. per Gallon. Casks free and carriago paid for orders of 20 Gallons and upwards. Agent at Aberystwyth: — Mr JOHN ROWLAND I Iron Merchant Chalybeate Terrace. dimness jiotum I < E. EDWAUDS < < BEGS respectfully to announce nis < -> return from London and is now showing1 WINTER NOVELTIES in Millinery and all other Departments. I Soliciting the favour of your favour, j 8 A 9, PIER-SREET, I I 1, LITTLE DARKGATE-STUEET, ABERYSTWYTH AMERICAN PROVISION, FLOUR, CORN, AND SALT MERCHANT. EDWARD ELLIS, 7 & 8 Princess-street, and Prospect-street, Aberyst- wyth, BEGS respectfully to call attention to the Stock of American Bacon and Cheese he is now selling at reduced prices. Prime Ice Cured Bacon at 7d., American Cheddcr Cheese at 8d. Mr. EDWARD ELLIS begs to acquaint the Nobility, Gentry, Agriculturists, Householders, and others, that he holds an Auctioneer and Valuer's Licence. Sales and Valuation of Land, Houses, Live Stock, Furniture, and other effects, undertaken with care and personal supervision, on the most reasonable terms. DEVIL'S BRIDGE. FIRST-CLASS HOTEL. Three Coffee Rooms, Private Sitting Rooms, and „ numerous well-appointed Bedrooms. BILLIARD RC M COLD LUNCHEONS provided. DJNNEBS to orde Carriages to and from Aberystwyth daily. Good Stabling in connection with the Hotel. POST HORSES, &c., &c. NOTE.-Luncheon Baskets cannot be ta-lrn within the Falls enclosures. ANDERSON, ABBOTT, & ANDERSON, INDIA RUBBER MANUFACTURERS, 1G, and 17, CASTLE STREET SWANSEA, MANUFACTURERS of India Rubber Sheet, India Ni 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 Packing, Cotton Waste, Hemp, Oils, Grease, Tallow, &c., &c. AGENT FOR ABERYSTWYTH MR. GEORGE GREEN-ENGINEER. TEETH! Established 1809. MESSRS. H. M. JONES & SON, M.C.D.E., SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL DENTISTS, 19, NORTHAMPTON-PLACE, SWANSEA, May be consulted on and after Monday, July 3rd, at 26, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. Artificial Teeth fixed from one to a complete set, without pain or the slightest inconvenience to the wearer. Children's Teeth carefully regulated and extracted. 26, PIER-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. JOHN ELLIS, IRONMONGER, WHITE AND GN SMITH AND BELL HANGER, 11, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. For Sals :—Locks best Sheffield Cutlery; Brushes of all descriptions; Curtiss & Harvey and Hall's Gunpowder; Eley's Breech-loading Pin & Central Fire Cartridges, and Cartridge Cases; Shot, and Percussion Caps; Wadding, &c. j Also, Breech and Muzzle Loaders for Sale. Cartridges filled to order. < j tiuøttttøø l^otirre. j IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC C. M. WILLIAMS BE G S respectfully to inform his Customers, and the Public generally, that he intends REMOVING before the end of December, to these large and extensive Premises known as No. 32. PIER STREET, and has decided upon SELLING OFF AT A GREAT REDUCTION The whole of his present extensive Stock of GENERAL DRAPERY, In order to reduce the some for convenience of removing. C. M. W. is determined to prove to the Public that all Goods sold during this month will be the CHEAPEST EVER OFFERED! As they are marked at such Prices that ennnot fail to please everyone. Intending purchasers are respectfully invited to avail themselves of this exceptional opportunity for making most advantageous purchases, not only in Winter Goods, but in all Departments of General Drapery. COME EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS. Terms as usual-One Price to all, and no Credit. C. M. WILLIAMS, GENERAL DRAPERY & MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 9, LITTLE DARKGATE ST., (Opposite the Infirmary,) ABERYSTWYTH. MRS. E. EVANS'S DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS 8, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. HOT Dinners daily at One o'clock. Roast and H Boiled Joints, Chickens, Ducks, &c., always ready. Mrs Evans begs to call attention to her Pies, Pud- dings, and Tarts, made daily, or to order. Oyster and Veal Patties, Fruit and Preserve Tarts, Cakes Bouns, &c., fresh daily. Tea and Coffee at any hour of the day. ELLIS & OWEN, ^BERYSTWYTH pLAIN AND JJNAMELLED SLATE "YYORKS, ABERYSTWYTH. .ESTABLISHED 22 YEARS. DAVID THOMAS, atchmaker, Jeweller, &c. la, GHEAT DARKGATE ST., 7 ABERYSTWYTH. f ROSSE & BTjACKWELL, Purveyors to the Queen, SOBO SQUARE, LONDON, tent,ioii to the following articles of their manu- facture, which always bear their name and address on the labels. pURE PICKLES in MALT VINEGAR. CAPT. WHITE'S ORIENTAL PICKLES V-V exquisite '■ompounil of sweets and sou>-8. pURE MALT VINEGAR of uniform strength and flavour, in Imperial pint and quart bottles ^XlJCES for FISH, GAME, &e. pOTTED MEATS and FISH in fancy Ju tins and-jars. V10CK TURTLE, OX-TAIL, HARE, GRAVV. ,1FI.1EVXE and MULLIGATAWNY SOUPS J AMS, JELLIES, and ORANGE MAR- .JALADE made from fresh Fruit and with refined sugar only. HALVES'-FEET JELLY in bottles, Orange Lemon, Madeira and Vanilla flavours. T^LAV OURIN G ESSENCES, distilled from the Fresh Fruits and Spices, Orange, Lemon, Vanilla, Almond, Ginger, Mace, &c., 6cc. P RoisE & BLACKWELL'S C, e n uitie Manufactures ahrai/s bear their name and address "n the labels, and may lie obtained of Grocers, Chemisis and Italian Warehousemen throughout the World. 3, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. 1\IRS. THOMAS, MILLINER AND JUVENILE OUTFITTER, Ladies' Underclothing, Hosiery and Haberdashery, RIBBONS, LACES, FEATHERS, FLOWERS, BERLIN WOOLS, &C. Mrs. Thomas has jnst received her WINTER STOCK of Children's Frocks, Pelissss, Ulsters, &c. Millinery Show Room open on Saturday, October 21st, 1876. HAWKINS, Coiffeur, Perfumer, Artist in Hair, 24, PIER STREET. EDWARD SAMUEL, THE G-OLTDEISr BOOT, i LADIES' AXI) CTEXTLBMEX'S f FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 10, GT. DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. ] Obtained a Prize Medal fur Excellence of Quality of Boots and Shoes at the Great National Eisteifflfod, held at Aberystwyth, September 12, 1865. Ladies' and Misses' Ball and Wedding Boots always liD Stock. Ðublirattonø. .0. WESTERN MAIL. THE oldest eight-page Daily Newspaper published J- in South Wales and the West of England, amd has a Certified Circulation four times as great ae any other daily published in the district. It is distributed throughout eight Counties:- GLAMORGANSHIRE. BRECONSHIRE. CARMARTHENSHIRE. RADNORSHIRE. PEMBROKESHIRE. MONMOUTHSHIRE. CARDIGANSHIRE. GLOUCESTERSHIRE. It is unsurpassed as a medium for all classes of ad- vertisements, and is used by all the Local Societies, Auctioneers, Parochial Authorities, Railway and In- surance Companies, County Officials, &c., &c. Price One Penny. Head OfficesST. MARY STREET, CARDIFF. London Offices :—MILNERS' BUILDINGS, oppo MOORGATE STREET STATION, and 108, BISHOPGATE ST., CITY. Now ready, A WELSH-ENGLISH VOCABULARY And ABERYSTWYTH HANDBOOK: containing an EXPLANATORY INTRODUCTION to the WELSH LANGUAGE, with FAMILIAR DIALOGU Price 3d. Post free 3td. ABERYSTWYTH: John Morgan, Observer Office, 1, North Parrade at the Bookstall, and of the Booksellers. JOHN BAKER, IRHYDYPENAU FARM, BOW STREET, BY the request of numerous friends has been induced to take a VALUER'S LICENCE ani! he will be happy to attend to the command* of gentlemen leaving their farms or requiring a Valuer's services connected with land or stock. 3rd September, 1873. A. CANTLE- UPHOLSTERER, FRENCH POLISHER, &c., No. 2, PORTLAND LANE ABERYSTWYTH. 1V7EW FURNITURE and all kind of ofJSpring and 1" o her Mattresses made to order. Old Sofas,, Easy Chairs and all kinds of Furniture Re-coveredl and Polished equal to new on the most reasonable terms. Carpets laid down Venetian and other Blinds fitted up. J WILLIAMS, Llanfihangel Enamel Slate Works, LLANFIHANGEL-GENEU'RGLYN, BORTH. CISTERNS, Chimney Pieces, Tombstones, Monu- C ments, Slates, Sills, Flooring, and every des- cription of Slate Work made to order, on reasonable terms. Enamelled Chimney Pieces always in Stock Marble and Stone Works, SWAN HILL, SHREWSBURY R. D 0 D S 0 N P ESPECTFULLY begs to intimate that the IX Show Rooms contain a large ollection of Marble, Stone, and Enamelled Slate Chimney Pieces, Marble and Stone Mural Monuments. Cemetery and Churchyard Memorials, Fonts, Fountains, Vases, &c. jQ AVID ROBER-TS & Co., SHIP BROKERS, 15, GOREE PIAZZAS LIVERPOOL. D. R. & Co., give special attention to the Coast- ing trade. Owners and Captains requiring Freight from Liverpool may always hear of good charters on application. MUSIC WAREHOUSE. A STOCK OF FIRST CLASS PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS FOR SALE OR HIRE, ON MODERATE TERMS, AT MR. EVANS'S, Organist of St. Michael's Church, o. 7, PIER STREET, AND 11, LAURA PLACE ABERYSTWYTH. Agent for Messrs. Chappel & Co's Prize Medal- Pianofortes, a.nd Alexandre's Organ Harmoniums. All New Music at Half Price.—Pianofortes Tuned. j^RS. QOLQUHOUN, MANCHESTER HOUSE, 6, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH,! MILLINERY BABY LINEN WAREHOUSE, is appointed Agent in Aberystwyth for MESSRS. G. WRIGHT & SONS, MANCHESTER AND STOCKPORT, ENGLISH & FRENCH DYERS AND CLEANERS. Price Lists and all information to be had at the above address. PARCELS MADE-UP EVERT WEDNESDAY. THOMAS BUBB KESPECTFULLY announces that he has taken R the large Shop in Terrace Road at the corner of Newfoundland Street, which he has opened as a SHOW ROOM. In addition to his extensive Stock and choice designs ia Paper Hangings from London and Paris, he has also added a large Stock of FURNITURE, comprising Loo and other Tables, Chairs, Couches, Chefl'oniers, &c &c., in Mahogany and Walnut; Chimney and Bedroom Glasses of various sizes ana designs. Perambulators, Fancy Baskets, &c., &c. BRONNER'S Patent Gas Burners give 99 per cent, of light as compared with 27 per cent. given by ordinary burners, with equal consumption of gas. -Vide Gas Referees' Report, June, 1869. T. BLJBJB, TERRACE ROAD SOLE AGENT FOR ABERYSTWYTH DISTRICT. NOTICE. MR O. DANIEL, Auctioneer, Valuer, and Estate Agent, Towyn, begs to announoe that he has 3PENED an OFFICE at MACHYNLLETH, Mid respectfully solicits the patronage of the nobility, gentry, and inhabitants of the town and surrounding country. SALES and I ALUATIONS of LAND, HOUSES, LIVE STOCK, FURNITURE, and all other personal Effects, undertaken with care and personal supervi- sion. OFFICES—MAENGWYN-STHEKT, MACHYNLLETH, AND HICFA-STREET TOWTN. Towyn, Jan. 1st, 1875. 1. i3lrucatimu UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. EVENINING CLASSES. SESSION 187G—77. Mondays, from 8 to 9 FRENCH (Junior) Prof. Dr. Eth6. Tuesdays, from 8 to 9 FRENCH (Senior) Prof. Dr. Ethe. from 9 to 10 ENGLISH Prof. Ash. Wednesdays, from 8 to 9 FRENCH (Junior) Prof. Dr. Ethé. from S to 9 MATHEMATICS (Junior Prof. Grimley. from 9 to 10 MATHEMATICS (Senior) Praf. Grimley. Thursdays, from 8 to 9 FRENCH (Senior) Prof. Dr. Eth6. from 9 to 10.. LATIN, Prof. Angus. from 9 to 10.. HISTORY, Prof. Ash. NOTE.—Classes in other subjects will be formed i required. The Fee for any, or all, of the Classes is 10s. for the Course. The f ee must be paid to the Registrar of the College on admission. An Evening Choral Class, for the practice of ClasBi* cal Music will be formed by Prof. Parry. The Class will meet every Monday at 7 o'clock. The Fee for the Term is 5s., which must be paid to the Registrar on admission. E. P JONES. LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOLr BELSIZE HOUSE, AjJERYSTWYTH PRINCIPAL, MRS. E. MARIE JOXES (F. C. Collejf# Glasgow, and wife of the Rev. E. P. Jones, M.A. Assisted by Masters and a staff of qualified English and Foreign teachers. Pupils ctre prepared for the Oxford & Cambridge local Eliminations, and theCiTil Service Examinations.—The Rev. J. Davidson, B.A., Christ Church, Chester, writes of this School "I have much pleasure in offering my testimony in favour of Mrs. Jones. I have liaa every opportunity for personally ascertaining her abilities to teacii her pupils and conduct her school in a manner that cannot fail to win for her the confidence and esteem of all who may avail themselves of the training and education slie is so capable of imparting." Prospectuses and testimonials on application. The year is divided into four equal terms. Next term commences 8th August, 1876. CAERLEON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH. MISS TRUBSHAW informs her friends and th« public that she has removed her school No. 1, Laura Place to a large and commodious house facing the sea. School duties wih be resumed (D.V.) on Monday, the 31st instant. Pupils prepared for tha Oxford and Cambridge local examinattMM. A resident )'reao). One or two lady bo-irders can be received. THE ACADEMY, TOWYN, NORTH WALES. CONDUCTED BY MR. EDWIN JONES, M.R.C.P., And ably assisted by quaiitiedClassical, Mathematical, and Foreign RESIDENT MASTERS. THE course ot instruction comprises the Latin and JL Greek Languages English—Grammar ana Corn. position, Literature, History, Geography, Reading, irenmanship, and Phonography; Mathematics — Arithmetic, Algebra, Eucnd, Trigonometry, Land- Surveying and Comes Modern Languages—German •i.nd French Natural Science; Music—Pianoforte, Harmonium, and Singing; drawing. Pupils are careiuiiy trained lor commercial and professional pursuits, and spccial classes are formed to prepare for examinations connected with the Uni. versities of Oxtord, Cambridge, London, and Aber. ystwyth, the Civil Service, the Law and Medical Preliminaries. The moral and religious training of the pupils receives special attention. The particular require- ments of each pupil will be kept in view throughout. Special prominence is given to the study of English, and every advantage is ahorded the pupils to become conversant with the language. The premises are commodious, and the locality healthy. Every precaution is taken to secure the neaith and comforts oi the boarders. The terms are exceedingly moderate. Terms and any further information may be had on application to the Principal- MR, EDWIN JONES. The Academy, Towyn, North Wales. Hill House College, HAVERFORDWEST. THE attention of Parents and Guardians it earnestly directed to the above College for ïùlJNG LADIES, which has been established for more than sixty years, and is etill conducted in a thoroughly eihcient manner. Modern improvements are adopted and appreciated by the Principals, who nave resided tor many years on the Continent and are accomplished linguists. Good principles are oare. iully instilled into the minds of the pupils, who re- ceive a really cultivated education, capable of fitting them for any sphere of lite. Hill House College is situated in a most healthy neighbourhood, sliven miles from the sea, and it ac. commodates fifty boarders it has extensive grounds to the back. The climate being mild is well adapted for delicate girls. An annual Concert is held for the encouragement of music. "fr#ace on replication to Principal. I ¡ AMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Founded in the,Wear 1805. HEAD MASTER S REV. J. SCANDRETT-EDWARDE8, B.A., (late Scholar, Exhibitioner, and Prizeman of S.D.C. Lampeter.) The Board of St « CUkre waers to this school two MttrMtee Exhibition*, tenable for two years, subject to residence and good conduct. Candidates from this school only are eligible for Competition. Pupils carefully prepared for the Universities, Law, Medical, and other professions. N.B.-Comfortable lodgings may be had on rery reasonable terms, in houses approved of by thje Head Master. For terms, &c., apply to the REV. THE HttAN MASTER. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. Session—1876-7. A Course of Fourteen PUBLIC LECTURES ON GERMAN LITERATURE In the 18th and 19th Centuries, Will be given in the EXAMINATION HALL OF THE COLLEGE, At Eight o'clock OR Wednesdays, BY PROF. HERMANN ETHE, Ph.D. The First Lecture will be given at 8 o'clock next Wednesday, November 1st. The Fee for the Courso is 2s. 6d. Single Lecture, 6d UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. EVENING CLASSES-SESSION 1876-7, A Course of Lectures on PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY WILL BE GIVEN, In the EXAMINATION HALL Of the College, By MR. R. D. ROBERTS, B.A., B.Sc. The course will consist of Eight Public Lectures and Eight classes. LECTURE, Tuesdays ) 0 CLASS, Fridays > P-m' Fees for the Course,—Lectures, 4s.; Lectures and Classes, 5s. litligtoUØ i-trUittø. St. Michael's Church, Aberystwyth. THERE ia a WEEKLY OFFERTORY in this Church every Sunday throughout the year, and the money collected devoted to the Fund to erect a new English Church in the Parish the support of the National Schools; the District Visiting Society; the Infirmary; Home and Foreign Missions, &c. Donations towards either of the above objects will be thankfully received and any information readily given by the undeisigned, The Rev. Canon PHILLIPS, The Vicarage, JOHN WATKINS,