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Spalf* bp Auction* SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. Monthly Sales of LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MR. G. T. SMITH begs respectfully to announce that he will hold Monthly Sales of Cattle, Ho&aes, Sheep, Pigs, Agricultural Implements, -Carriages, &c., in the Smithfield, Aberystwyth, on ttle FIEST MONDAY IN EVERY MONTH, at Eleven o'clock at noon. Entries for the SALE ON the FIRST MONDAY in next month are cuapectfally requested. To be meat in at least a. week previous to Sale. to be .iasladed in advertise meatii. MONTHLY SALES. ABERYSTWYTH SMITHFIELD. Ty-R. E. J. MORGAN, Auctioneer, begs to state JXL that h6 will have monthly sales of Live and JDead Stock in the Smithfield on Aberystwyth Fair Da.ys. The next Sale will be held the first Monday, in each Month, at One o'clock. Entries and application for terms to be sent to Mr. j-E~ J. MORGAN, Auctioneei, Penllwyn. CARDIGANSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY In the Parish of Llanbadarn Trefeglwys, in the County of Cardigan. MR GRIFFITH GRIFFITHS will offer for Sale By Auction, at the Feathers Hotel, Aberayron, .011 Wednesday, July the 20th, 1881, at Three o'clock p.u.. (unless previously disposed of by private treaty), ihe tallowing FREEHOLD PROPERTY Lot I.-The compact Holding, called SCYBOR FACH, comprising a capital stone-built and slated Dwelling-house, Barn, Stable, Cart-house, &c., with superior Meadow Lands adjoining, thel whole con- taining an area of 14a. Or 28p, (more or less), well Supplied with water, being intersected by the riTer Artb, in the occupation of Mary Davies as yearly tenant. The Timber on this lot will be included in the sale. Lot 2.—The Farm known as CEFNGWRTHAFAN YSSA, comprising Dwelling-house and Farm Out- buildings, the whole containing 47a Or 8p, (more or less), of improvable arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, situate about a quarter of a mile from Pennant village, and now in the occupation of Mrs Hannah Evans as yearly tenant. •Faartikec particulars may be obtained, together with -an order to view, of Mr Griffith Griffiths, Auctioneer, Aberayron, or of Messrs Hugh Hughes and Sons, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. LLANFIHANGEL, OR LLANDRE. FREEHOLD PROPERTY TO BE SOLD .Adjoining1 the Railway Station, 51 Miles from Aberystwyth. /"X GOD Meadow Land 6a. 2r. 20p., with Dwelling \JT House, Outbuildings, Garden, and Orchard, Six Cottages and Gardens, also Nine Cottages and Gardezis, subject to leases thereof, and Plantation containing about 2a. 2r. 26p. Apply to Mr John Evans, 3, Laura Place, Aber- ..ysfcwyfch, or C. R. Jones, Esq., Llanfyllin. PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. JOHN EVANS & SON (ORGANIST ST MICHAEL'S CHURCH,) MUSIC SELLERS, STATIONERS, &c., PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, AND AMERICAN ORGANS, FOR SALE OR HIRE. SEsrcss Wards' Specialities, Bedfords' Photogra.pha Views, &c. gyun a.nd Son's celebrated half-guinea Ledgez and Day Books. JTHOMAS GARNER, CONFECTIONER, BAKER, &c., TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. REFRESHMENT ROOMS. BOOTS! BOOTS! J. E. JONES ..54, North Parade, TBegs to announce that he will SELL OFF The whole of his Splendid Stock of BEADY MADE BOOTS AT A. r GREAT REDUCTION FOR ONE MONTH. TERMS—CASH. iSbutlltton. J^OTICE OF REMOVAJ^ THE LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Is Removed from Bridge Street, to No. 1 Victoria Terrace, Aberystwyth. The next Term will commence August 3rd, 1881. II LLANFIHANGEL GENEU'RGLYN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, BORTH, R.S.O. THE above Seliool, which has been closed for many JL years, will be Re-opened under a new committee of management on the 3Lst January, 1881. Pupils prepared for Matriculation at the Universi- ties, Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, Mercantile Life, &c. Fee-One Guinea per quarter, and a small entrance fee. For Particulars-Address D. J. Michael, Aberyst- wyth, or Llanfihangel Gene n'rglyn. NANT EOS HOUSE, 11, LAURA PLACE. ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, Conducted by Mrs. HAUPTMANN & Miss MORRIS, who have had much experience in Tuition- Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations. BRYNARVOR HALL, TOWYN. PRINCIPAL .— MR. EDWIN JONES, M.R.C.P., Assisted by qualified RESIDENT MASTERS for Classics, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, &c. BRYNARVOR HALL, commodious and well-fitted, has been specially erected f.)r the accommoda- tion and tuition of boarders. It is beautifully situated in an eminently healthy locality, with extensive play. grounds, cricket field, and gardens attached, alto, gether making the finest and most desirable school premises in the Principality. Pupils are prepared for the various examinations connected with the universities and colleges, for the learned professions, banking and commercial pursuits. Classes are held in connection with the Science and Art Department, the examinations being held in May in each year. The school year consists of Three Terms. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal. "LAMPETERGRAMMAR SCHOOL. (Founded 1805.) Head Master—MR THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, B.A. (Oxon), Late Scholar of Jesus College and Second Class Honours Moderations. ^jHHE aim of the education given at this school X will be such as to prepare young men for Matriculation at the Universities and Lampeter College; also boys for the Oxford Local and Preliminary Examinations. Terms-6 guineas a year. 11 2 guineas a term. For further information apply to the Head Master CAERLEON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. PRINCIPAL.—MISS TRUBSHAW, Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign and English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local examinations. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal. The School year consists of three terms, beginning respectively January 13th, April 28th, September 19th. but pupils cau be received at any time during the terms. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL & GRAMMAR SCHOOL, QUEEN'S SQUARE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD. Conducted by MR THOMAS OWENS, C.M., In honours of the London Univorsity, and late Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales. Pupils prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the Civil Service, the learned Professions, the Universities, and the various Training and Theological Colleges. Special attention paid to English and Commercial Training at moderate charges. Terms, reports, &c., on application. lleltgtouø gevbUee. LLANBADARN FAWR A SPECIAL ENGLISH SERVICE WITH SERMON Will be held in the above Church, EVERY SUNDAY, At 11.30 a.m.. during the Summer Months. Commencing on the First Sunday in May, and ending the Last Sunday in October. HYMNS ANCIENT AND MODERN (New Edition). Offertory towards the Restoration Fund. over < £ 5,000 alrecdy expended. Debt about .£200. ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH CHURCH, ABERYSTWYTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY :— Full Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday in the month, at 11 a.m. » » 3rd at 8.30 am. WEEK DAYS :— Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, and on Saints' Days and Holy-days, at 11 a.m. Holy Communion, according to notice. Evening Prayer and Sermon, Wednesday, at 7 p.m. HYMN BOOK—"Church Hymns," (S.P.C.K.) ST. MARY'S (WELSH) CHURCH, Leading out of Bridge Street). SUNDAY:— Welsh Service and Sermon at 9.30 a.m. and 6 m. Holy Communion on the last Sunday in the month at 9.30 a.m. or 6 p.m. according to notice WEEK DAYS: Evening Prayer and and rmon on Thursday at 7 p.m. Communicants' Meeting every Tuesday, at 7 p.m. OFFERTORY AFTER ALL THE SUNDAY SERVICES. SUNDAY SCIIOOLS:- At the Boys' National Schools, at 2.30 p.m.—English Girls' ditto ditto at 2.30 p.m.—Welsh. Ysgoldy at 2.30 p.m.—Mixed. Penyparke National School at2.30p.m,—Mixed. (Service and Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) Rev. Canon PHILLIPS, M.A., Vicar. Mr. JOHN WATKINS, I Mr T. GRIFFITHS, J Churchwardens. John Morgan, STEAM PRINTER, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH AND BRIDGE STREET, ABERAERON, RAPERS' POSTERS & HANDBILL^ D displayed in first-rate style, and on the shortest notice. OBERVER OFFICE, ABERYSTWYTH AND ABERAEBON. $uDUc Notice#. I CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY ACCOUNT. ARTHUR JOHNSON HUGHES, TREASURER, IN ACCOUNT WITH THE INHABITANTS OF THE COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. BALANCE SHEET and ABSTRACT of MONIES Raceived and Disbursed for the said County with the balances thereon, from the Easter Quarter Sessions, 1881, to the Midsummer Quarter Sessions following:— COUNTY STOCK. COUNTY STOCK. RECEIPTS. ¡ PAYMENTS. £ s. d. £ B. d. £ s, d „ „ To Balance in Treas- ioiBion S" s" urer's hands 484 17 2 By S« We 121 18 0 To County Rate 727 IS 8 -n. 161 2 To Fees received from C.ntag.ous Diseases Justices' Clerks 98 13 4 L Ct i 2 ToFmesreceivedfrom Choi Superannuation 1113 9 To Weights and 5 3 I^k-up,Houses, 3 1 10 Measures 0 6 10 Clerks Sa* To Militia Stores 46 10 0 » "i iS 2 To Lock-up Houses. 4 4 0 (As)lum \( I To Pedlars' Certifi- lunatics 30 14 3 naMpa 9 a ffiscellaneous u 3 6 <,««» » ?nnting and Adver- —————— 913 8 1 tising 27 10 6 ?rosecutions 24 7 0 ?ublic Analyst 1 5 0 Veights and Mea- sures Act 14 0 0 „ 817 13 7 ByBalanee in the Trea- ————1998 5 3 iurer,% hands 530 11 8 POLICE RATES. ———— 1398 5 3 To Balance int the POLICE RATES. Treasurers hands S94 7 1 B5 Major C. Bassett To Police Rate 727 15 7 jewis, amount of Re- To Police Fees re- >uisitionsNos. 1,2, & 3 925 0 5 ceived from Justices oof, 0 5 Clerks 25194 To Her MajeRty's Pay- master-General one- half of the Pay and Clothing of Police for the year ending 29th September, 1880 .1647 5 3 B; Balance in the Tre- -2401 0 2 I lurer's hand 2070 6 10 2935 7 3 -2995 7 3 £ 4^393 12 6 12 6 ¡¡:q l Aberayron, 28th June, 1881. We have examined the above account with thevouchers, and have found same correct. JOHN LEWES, Deputy-Chairman, It GEO. B. J. JORDAN, STEPHEN EVANS, PRYSE PRYSE, HUGH S. RICHARDES. F. R. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace. ARTHUR J. HUGHES, County Treasurer. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT BETWEEN ARTHUR JOHNSON HUGHES TREASURER, AND THE POLICE SUFFIRANNUATION FUND OF TFTF COUNTY OF IARDIGAN. SINCE the last Quarter Sessions there has been receive«by me the sum of £ 39 Is Id wfuVli +h0 or,™ of £ 69 16s 7d balance of the last account, makes th<sum of £ 108 17s 81, and I have Dai'd fchprponf the late Nicholas Davies £ 5 16s 4d, the late Thomas Beai £ 11 7s 9d, and Mr Rumsey iTn-fey £ 7t3^Tfor their pensions, whereby there is now ia my hands the sui of .£84 7s 4d on account of the said Fund A. J. HUGHES, JOHN LEWES, County Treasurer. Deputy Chairman. Aberayron, 28th Jane, 1881. PURSUANT to an Order of the High Court of Jt. Justice, Chancoiy Division, made in the mutter of the Estate of John Jones, deceased, and i* a cause Evan Davies and another agahst Elizabeth Jones, widow, 1881, J. No 537, the Crdi- tors of John Jones, late of Bronwion, in the Conty of Cardigan, farmer, who died in or about the rønth of September, 1880, are on or before the 14th dy of July, 1881, to send by post prepaid to Mr Frtdrick Rowland Roberts, a member of the firm of Messrs Roberts and Evans, Aberystwyth, Cardigan afoisaiJ, the Solicitors of the Defendant, the Adminis'atrix of the Deceased, their Christian and Sarnaes, addresses and descriptions, the full particulis of their claims, a statement of their Accounts, ai the nature of the Securities (if any) held by themor in default thereof they will be peremptorily exuded from the benefit of the said Order. Every Creditor holding any security is to pduce the same before the Master of the Rolls, i his Chambers, situated in Rolls Yard, Chancer jane, Middlesex, on Friday, the 22nd day of July, ItI., at 12 o'clock at noon, being the time appointe for adjudicating on the claims. Dated this 14th day of June, 1881. JOHN W. HAWKINS, Chief Clk. EDWARD MOORE, 14, Farnival's Inn, London, E.C., Agent for ROBERTS and EVANS, Aberystwyth, Defendant's Solicitors. TVTORTH AND SOUTH WALES J-NK, .UN LIMITED. EIGHTY-FIFTH DIVIDEND Notice is hereby Given that a Dividend Ten Shillings per Share for the Half-year ende 30th ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and stonus of Sevea Shillings and Sixpence per Share,ill be paid to the Proprietors, free of Income Tax 11 and after the 14th instant, at the Head Office, d the respective Branches. The transfer books will be closed from thislote to the 14th instant inclusive. By order of the Directors, R. MEREDITH JONES, Liverpool Mager. Liverpool, 5th July, 1881. SUN FIRE OFFICE, LONDON, I ESTABLISHED 1710. FREDERICK HENRY NORMAN, Esq., Chairman, j and Treasurer. FRANCIS B. RELTON, Esq., Secretary. t Total Sam insured in 1880, ^262,745,653. Claims paid during the last ten years, upwards of Two MILLIONS STERLING. All information respecting Fire Insurances may be obtained from any of the undermentioned Agents of the Society. AGENTS. ABERYSTWYTH MESSRS. HUGH HUGHES AND SONS. Aberaeron Mr. H. W. Howell I Aberdovey Mr. Richard Davies. Bryntirion, Bala Mr. Iorwerth Jones. Cardigan Mr. E. R. Storey. Dolgelley Mr. Thomas P. Jones-Parry Llandyssil Mr. John D. Thomas New Quay Mr. John O. Davies lalsarn Mr. Jenkin Jenkins SUN LIFE OFFICE, LONDON. ESTABLISHED 1810. Life Assurances of all descriptions effected. Spe- cially low rates for young lives and for non-partici- pating policies. Half premiums received for the first five years. Immediate settlement of claims. The Society's newly revised Prospectus and a new and greatly simplified Form of Proposal, will be forwarded on application. Agent for Aberystwyth-Mr A. J. HUGHES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. TOURIST ARRANGEMENTS, 1881. TOURIST TICKETS will be issued from May 2nd, JL to the 31st October, 1881. For particulars see Time Tables and Programmes, issued by the Company. GEO. LEWIS, General Manager, Company's Offices, Oswestry, May, 1881. I J)uøtnø JOHN THOMAS, PHARMACE'TICAL CHEMIST, l BEGS respectfully to announce to the Nolty. Gentry, Clergy, and Inhabitants and Visitors of Aberystwyth and its vicinity that he ha'PENED a First-Class Pharmacy Establishment at 5, GREAT DARKGTE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, And trusts, by careful attention to busine together with a well-selected Stock, to merit their patronage nd support. Charges, both in Retaind Dispensing, are strictly moderate. M. H. DlVIS & SONS, FURNISHING AND GENER- IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT, BRIjJE STREET. MINING STORES AND AGRIJLTURAL IMPLEMENT WAREHOUSES QUEEN STRET, ABERYSTWYTH. T TRENT YALLF BREWERY CO'S India Pale Ales aD Sparkling Lichfield Ales. /RDERS may be forwarded direct? the Brewery, BURTON-ROAD, LICHFIELD, — 0to the AGENT, E. L. COLE, ABERYSTWYTH j ijjt. Moticr0. Important to Visitors and Others. OR GOOD BOO T SAT REA S 0 NA B LE PRICES GO TO, Dicks', 16, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. A LARGE STOCK of the Best Make (North British) of LAWN TENNIS SHOES? For* SEA-SIDE PURPOSES. Most Useful Articles for Ladies aud Children ALSO A LARGE CONSIGNMENT OF GENTLEMEN'S SAND SHOES, To be Sold afc 2S. 6d. per Pair. The Usual Price being os Gd per Pair BOOTS & SHOES of every description in Stock. Repairs promptly and neatly executed., NOTE THE ADDRESS- I Dicks', e t au 16, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Establishments in every town in the United Kingdom and the Channel Isles. DYFFRYN CASTELL HOTEL. ^HMENT has gone under thorough repair with new Management and is now open tt tourists, and visitors at very reasonable charges, either bv the day or week n ?fcel ls,ln close proximity with the Plyulimon mountain, and aboafc 4 miles from Devil s Bridge, and on the turnpike road leading to Aberystwyth, Rhayader, and Llanidloes Every accomodation including good Shbling, &e. RICHARD HARVEY, PROPRIETOR, PONTERWYD, (near Aberystwyth). GrOGERDDAN ARMS AND LION ROYAL HOTEL, AB RYSTW YTH. i?T??NTY FOE FAMILIES AND COMMERCIAL GENTTEMF1ST T<? T?V-PR-R.X^ COMFORT, HANDSOME LADLES COFFEE EOOM G30D sSrrv^lnn\r^ AND BILLIARD ROOM. OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TKAINS ^TISQ BOOMS,. JOHN ROBERTS, PROPRIETOR Wine and Spirit Stores-2, Bridge Street (round the corner). PRICE LIST. WINES. ) SPIRITS-CONTINUED. PER BOTTLE V T S. a s d s d Jamaica Rum 2 6 to 2 3 K.. Old Claret 2 0 2 6 to 3 6 iSf Sif 2 2»| « » » Porfc 3 G „ 5 0 Ditto Hollands 3 0 3 » „ Sherry 2 0 „ 4 0 1" 3 Champagne 5 0 „ C 0 Agent for Worthington & Co.'e Fine Ales. Moiifc <fc Chandon's 6 6 7 0 BINKER ALE FIMI-ERIAI, PINTS) 3/ pe^ doz. Hock, Chablis, Burgundy, ) The finest Brands, and ^Dublin <1^ d°Z" Moselle, and all other [ are sold at lowest »^out uitbo, 4/t> per doz. Wines. ) prices, .Burton iJitter and Mud Ales in 9 and 18 Galloa CiKbiis at Brewers' Prices.^ carriage paid. SPIBITS. MINERAL WATERS. PER BOTTLE Gii,g;vr Ale, 4 per doz. s. d. s. d. °':f ^vat'sr' 3;6 per dcz. Fine Old Brandy, Pale or Brown. 4 6 to 0 0 Lemonade, »/- per uoz. Seltzer, 4/- per doz. FinpOl!lV;\ wi,' w 5 0 „ G G Good Cigars, 12/- per 100. Fine ditto, 16/- Fine Old Irish Whisky 3 0 „ 3 6 -Oitto-a splendid bold Ci-ar for smoking in or out „ „ Scotch ditto 3 0 „ 3 6 rof ooors,, 14/- per box. laese are really splendid Cigars. ;lc Those who appreciate a glass of good Scotch Toddy D — should try my Mountain Daw—ifc is reallv a Fellies are respectfully informal that treat out of Scotland. :Wynf M-t good sound Wvne and Spirits ar$ sold at the Lion. BREAK TO DEVIL'S BRIDGE EVERY "MORNING AT 9,30.; FARE :-DOUBLE JOURNEY, 4cz, Od. SINGLE DITTO, 3s. Od. Posting in all its Branches. Good Horses EM Steady Post-Boys. It> DEVIL'S BRIDGE HOTEL AND WATERFALLS. JOHN JAMES, .L d .:) PROPEr TOR. h0IJ? °I GLE? AND M0I]?,TA1N SCENERY saiToanding this HOTEIr iiW. a^d Neighbonrhood are, beyond doubt thef most Bomai:iic in Wales. The general SftC WATERS AT r tjio grandeur or tbeCHASM, and the im^sing character Of tne VV AlMi ALiLib, e-xceed by far any desonptious that Iia ve been read. The DEVIL'S BRIDGE HOTEL will be found a Desirable Residence, with good Stabling and other Accommodation of the most complete character. lA?hlFpI. £ ci;rcble> and wiu &TOn™b,y -th ^1* Tickets to view the falls) wlmlt Front tie Hotel, are usued at the Bar at U ecch Visitors may ramble about the pleasant district, or may aire and carriages at the Hotel, and drive to more distant places of int- t such as Parson's Bridge (two miles), Ponterwyd (three miles) Church (five miles), Piynlimmon Mountain (nine miles), Strata'"FWirU Abbey Ruiai (eight miles); and other places. Good Stabling. Post Horses and Carriages. L READING PARTIES AC CO MM Or, A TED TERMS. £ s. d. i.. Board and. Residence, per week 2 10 01 ^TS AND TEAS. Less than a week, per day 0 7 6']« • £ s, d. Children under 12 years of age, half price. ni ea, 0 1 Q Private Sitting Rooms 1 1 Q Cold 7 ,Ieat or ILun & Eggs 0 2 (J DAILY TARIFF. Secoud Class Dining Rooms arc now open Soup o 0;PMr, ':djOT'nfnethcHoteL Coal Meat Luncheon Q 9 ()! p{l;n Tea^ "L°n Chops and Steaks 0 £ 5 W" 0 1 0 Hot Joints, with Vegetables 0 3 o' 6&cb- c Sweets, 6d. extra. SPECIAL DINNERS TO ORDER Driver's Dinner 0 1 <5 « t r» ••• v a Basss Bottled Ale anrl n • Attendance, 3d. i Stout iu piat