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*Alto fig ftuctiom "r V"'V SOUTH WALES. LOWER CARDIGANSHIRE. IMPORTANT AND EXTENSIVE SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES, In the Parishes of Troedyraur, Bfttws Evan, Penbrya Llangranog, and Llangunlio. Situate and distant about three miles from the im- portant town of Newcastle-Emlyn, the future ter- minus of the Great Western Railway, and about four miles from Alltycafan Bridge. TI/TR JOHN FRANCIS is instructed to offer for M SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Saluta- tion Hotel, Newcastle-Emlyn, at 11 for 12 o'ciosk .precisely, on Thursday, July 20th, 1882, the farms of Troedyraur, Penality gwyn, Coedyperthi, Parke, Pantybettws and Cilfargen, Esgereithin, Penlansaeth Cestiilpridd, Cefnlleitndre, Penpompren, Cefnwarren, Bwlchygreyon, Pantygronw, Wainmendy, Pencaeau, Abernanfcbychan, Gelli, Cefnceirw, Blaenwaun, Cefn- bach, Tynewyda, Ffynonfendigaid, North America, Waunlle, Glandwr, Perthygoppa, Penralltgoch, Pantyrholiad, Sailach, Penpwll, Penallt, Aberbedw, Waun, Brynhirlwm, Cwmbedw, Nautcoch, Salamanca Parkhen, Brynhunlle, Llain, Ffynonaugleision, Gil. faoulas, Rhowinglas, Fynondansley, Nantybrenny, Brithiir, Brithdir Mill, Weirgladdfawr, Rhydyrys, jjwydd, and several small holdings, the whole lying almost within a ring fence, containing upwards of 3,300 acres, and producing an aggregate rental of up- wards of t2,200 per annum, being portions of the estates" of Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart., and which will be offered in about 87 loiiB, or in such lots as may be de. < termined upon prior to or aj the time of sale. Particulars, plans, and conditions of sale may be obtained of Messrs A. F. and R. W. Tweedie, solici- tors, 5, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.; or of "Mr John Francis, land agent, Carmarthen. MELINDWR VIEW, PI^NLLWYN, ABERYSTWYTH. E. J. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, &c., BEGS respectfully to thank all those who have en- trusted him with their business for the pas t ■ eight years, and to solicit a continuance of their labours, which shall have his beat attention. All Sales and Valuations of every description will, 3,8 in tha past, be promptly attended to. Sales of Fur- sitare, Farming Stock, &c., in Town or Ceuntry, cashed and settled without delay. Monthly sales of Stock, &c., on the First Monday .511 every month, CWMSYMLOG, CARDIGANSHIRE. ip E. J. MORGAN has been instructed to Sell JUL by Auction, at Cwmsymlog, on Saturday, July Sth. all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the pro- perty of Mr Henry Trenwith, who is leaving the aeigbbourhood. Three Months' Credit on Conditions. Sale to Commence at Two prompt. penllwyn, June 28th, 1882. TO BE SOLD, pursuant to a Judgment of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, made in an action re David Davies, deceased, Rowland v. JDavies, 1882, D. No. 471, with the approbation of 11 Mr Justice Kay, by ME EVAN MORGAN, the person appointed by .1".J.. the said Judge, at the Talbot Hotel, Tregaron, ia the-connty of Cardigan, on Tuesday, the 11th day i)[ July, 1882, at One for Two o'clock in the afternoon, ■an 7 Lots, certain FREEHOLD ESTATES, situate in the parish of Llanddewi-Brefi, in the county of Cardigan, comprising a Freehold Farm and premises called TYNLONE, containing about 40 ac. of arable, meadow and pasture land; Two small Holdings known as LLWYNDERW and TYNEW- YDD, containing together about 7 acres or there- abouts. A Dwelling-house, Shop and Premises, bown as LLANGEITHO Shop; a Cottage and pre- mises known as ALBION HOUSE, a .Dwelling-house and premises known as the POST OFFICE, in the- Grillage of Llfcngroitho, in the parish of Llanddewi- Brefi, and 3 Freehold Cottages. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had of "Nr Thomas Lloyd Edwardes, of Lampeter, in the county of Oariiigan, solicitor; John'Wm Phillips, of •Carmarthen, Solicitor, of Messrs Crosse and Sons, of .3Jo 7, Lancaster Palace, Strand, London and of-the Auctioneer, at his Office, at Gaerlwyd, Llangeicho, is the county of Cardigan. WILLIAM BINNS SMITH, Chief Clerk.. CROSSE AND SONS, 7, Lancaster-Palace, Strand, /Agents for T. LLOYD EDWARDES, Lampeter; Defendant's Solicitor. CARMARTHENSHIRE. SALE OF VALUIFLE FREEHOLD ESTATES. MR JOHN JORDAN JONES has been instructed to Sell by Public Anation, at the Ivy Bash Boyal Hotel, Carmarthen, on TUESDAY, the 4th day of July, 1882, the undermentioned highly valuable | and important FREEHOLD ESTATES, subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced, in the following or snch Lots as may be arranged at -the time of Sale LLANGUNNOK PARISH. Ikit. Name of Farm. Tenant. Acreage 1 Cwmgigfran Mrs. Davies 7 ifi8 « q/> Cottage on ditto Wm. George ) -:2 Cwmfcynycoed Thos J'ones 52 3 30 3 Erw Wen D'tvid Rees 92 2 6 4 Llwynmelyn Wm Jones 111 0 30 -5 Penpompren Letitia Rees 44 3 4 < Parkwhigan Thos Davies 8 0 20 7 Tyr Turnor Ditto 24 0 38 8 Tyr Bwcci Evan Davies 33 1 21 9 Cottage and garden on Elizabeth Da. ditto called piasbach vies 0 1 34 "10 Tyrcerrig Wm Harries 34 8 5 11 Llain-faoh Ditto 110 12 Cottage and garden on Tvroertig called Nanty- c»ws,and Smith's Forge Daniel Morgans 0 2 0 13 TyllwyaOach Ann Jones 39 3 4 14 Berthlwyd Thomas Lewis 2 2 24 15 Mynydi Cyfor Wm Samuel 30 1 24 16 Field called Cystanog Slang John Evans 1 3 0 17 Gwaanmihathan, other. wise Tyr fraun Thomas George 2 0 31 LLANFTNYDD PARrSH. 18 Ffynonwsn Henry Williams 63 1 37 LLANAliTHNar PARISH. 19 Meadow called Ystyny- coed William Thomas 2 2 35 Ferrtstbs.—PARISH OF ST. ISHMAEL. ,2\) Field called Park-y- brodyr Amy Edwards 3 1 36 BOROUGH OF CARMARTHEN. •21 Field called Llwyn-y. Trustees of Ath- Witch letid Sports Club abput 4 0 0 724 0 15 All the FARM-HOUSES and OUT-BUILDINGS l?e we^ built and m excellent condition, and all the arms are held by yearly tenants at moderate rents. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock at noon. The several Lots may be viewed en applying to the Respective tenants. Plans and particulars may be obtained on apnlioa- ,fet° Charles Norton, Esq Solicitor, Swansw, or Anctioneer, Rhydgof, Lampeter. £ nle$ ttp Suction. CARDIGANSHIRE. In one of the most attractive localities in the neighbourhood of Aberystwyth (the Queen of Welsh Watering Places and. the Brighton of 'Wales), and Five minutes' walk from the Town, whiah is de- lightfully situated on the shores of Cardigan Bay, with its charming scenery; within One Mile ef the ancient Church and Village of Llanbadarn.fawr, and standing in a beautiful tract of pasture fields, and supplied with pure water from the roek. The sur- roundings are most desirable; on the east is the gradient slope of Crogythan, which forms a shelter from the eastern blast, and on the north by the Craiglais Range and Wood, and overlooking the valley of the Rheidol, and accessible by Rail from all parts of the Kingdom, stand {these choice Villa Residences, which are a class of property that has been much needed in the neighbourhood, and no doubt offer a rare opportunity to Parties wishing genial Winter Residences. MR EDWARD ELLIS has been favoured with in- structions by Mr James Williams, Caradog Villa, to offer for Sale by Auction, on WEDNESDAY, July 5th, 1882, at the Auction Mart, 28, Little Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth, at Three o'clock in the Afternoon (unless previously sold privately, of which due notice will be given), the following recently erected, well-finished and genteel VILLA RESIDENCES Namely:— LOT 1.—All that semi-detached Genteel Villa Residence, situated in St. David's Road, adjoining the residence of W. Williams, Esq., H.M. Inspector of Schools, and ready for immediate occupation, and standing on fully a quarter of an acre of land, and containing Entrance Hall, Drawing: and Dining rooms, Library, Kitchen, Scullery, 2 Pantries, Wash. house, Coal Cellar, 2 W.C's, handsome Staircase, 9 Bed-rooms, Dressing-room, Bath-room, supplied with hot and cold water, and a cons bant supply of pure water from the Plynlimmon Water Supply Scheme. All the Rooms are fitted with handsome and Massive Enamelled Stone Chimney-pieces. Lot 2.—A detached Viila in Caradog Road, now in the occupation of the Owner, who will give posses- sion on completion of purchase if required. The House is known as Everton Villa, and contains a spacious Entrance Hall, the flooring of which is covered with Encaustic Tiles, Drawing and Dining- rooms, Library, fitted up with handsome and massive enamelled slate Chimney Piece, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, two W.C's, five Bedrooms, Bathroom ana' Linen Closets. There is a well laid out Garden stocked with young fruit trees; pact of the land is well suited for Croquet or Lawn Tennis Ground. The whole space is fully a quarter of an acre ia extent. Gas is laid on to all the Houses. Lot 1 is held under a lease from Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart., and others, for a term of Ninety-nine years, commencing on the 29th day of September, 1880. The ground rent is .£5. Lot 2 is held under a lease from Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart., and others, for a term of ninety-nine years from the 29th September, 1879. at a ground rent of X6 5s.' Intending purchasers may ha.ve a photo of the respective Villas per post on receipt of three postage stamps. For further particulars apply to Griffith Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Mr James Williams, Slate Works, or to the Auctioneer, all of Aberystwyth. Lot 1 to be let with immediate; possession. MRTEDWARD ELLIS BEGS to announce that he has been invited by JD many of the leading inhabitants of Towyn, Aberdovey, Machynlleth,^and the surrounding dis- tricts to transact ibusiness :at those towns, and that he has much pleasure in complying with their re- quest. MONTHLY SALES. ABERYSTWYTH SMITHFIELD. MR. E. J. MORGAN, Auctioneer, begs to state that he will have monthly sales of Live and Dead Stock in the Smithfield on Aberystwyth Fair Days. 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 E. J. MORGAN, Auctioneei, Penllwyn. NATURE'S GREATEST REMEDY. For Restoration ef Impaired Vitality. XrEALTH AND INTEGRAL STRENGTH JUL is often undermined by imprudent indulgence, and in order to repair the mischief many vainly seek refuge in deleterious medicines. The WOXDEfiS wrought by ELECTRICITY in Telegraphy, Light, &c„ and in various directions, are surpassed by the curative effect of PULVERMACHER'S world-famed GrAXi- VAXO-ELECTRIC CHAIN BANDS and BELTS in a great « variety of ailments, such as: J'ains, [ General and Local Paralysis, Debility, Cramp, Functional Disorders Spasmodic and resulting from Nervous Affections, Enfeebled Vital Energv, Nervous Affections, Enfeebled Vital Energv, and especially GENERAL and LOCAL DEBILITY, in proof of which irrefutable evidence is furnished A little work on this all important subject must interest every sufferer, and a perusal will gratify the reader by the copious authoritative documents, medical reports, and testimonials contained therein from, amongst others, Sir C. LOCOCK, Bart., M.D., Sir WILLIAM: FBKGUSSON, Bart, Sir HENRY HOLLAND, Bart., Sir J. R. JVLABTIIF, Bart., Dr A. CLARK, Physician to the London Hospital, &c., and a host of authenticated private testimonials. Post free from JL. PULVERMACHER'S GALVANIC Estab- • lishment, 194 Regent Street, London, W. ABERYSTWYTH PUBLIC BATHS. THE SEA WATER SWIMMING- BATHS, Are OPEN from 6 a.m. till 8 p.m. Entrance in Newfoundland Street (out of Terrace Road and Queen's Road.) The Gentlemen's Bath is 77 feet long by 32 feet broad; and the Ladies Bath 72 feet long by 23 feet hroad. Both are well fitted with Dressing Rooms, &o., and lighted with Gas. The Floors are of Portland Cement, and the Gentle- men's Bath slopes from 3 feet 9 inches to 7 feet 3 inches; the Ladies' from 3 feet 3 inches to 5 feet 9 inches. The Buildings are well lighted and ventilated, and the water, which is daily pumped from the Sea, is kept at a temperature of about 68Q Fah., or about 10 Fah. above that of the Sea. The Private Baths, supplied Hot or Cold, and Fresh or Salt Water, are handsomely fitted, and always ready for use. TERMS: SWIMMING BATHS- Single Tickets 0 6 Books of Twenty-five Tickets 10 6 PAPERHANGING WAREHOUSE. T. THOMAS, 20, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, NEW and Choice Stock of Wall Papers at very low prices. PULPS from 2td per Piece. SATINS „ lld GOLDS „ Is 6d A CHOICE STOCK OF PICTURES. Pictures Framed, Picture Mouldings, Glass. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Sanitary Closets, Basin, and Trap from 3s 3d.' T. THOMAS, PAINTER, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, &A BOOKBINDING OF EVERY DESCRIP- TION AT EDWARD EDWARDS, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET, ABKRYSTWYTH Back numbers of Serial Works Obtained. $al££' fly auitiom J. W. -ROGERS, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, MOST respectfully begs to inform the Nobility < -LXi. Clergy, the Legal Profession, Farmers, and the inhabitants generally of Aberystwyth and dis. trict, that at the urgent solicitation of many old friends he will at once open an office in Aberystwyth is conjunction with his Llandudno and Conway Branches, and will now be prepared to undertake and conduct Sales and Valuations of FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, LAND,HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, MINING PLANT AND MACHIN- ERY, SHIPS, TIMBER, FARMING STOC K PRODUCE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c., &c. J. W. R. having hid a long and successful exper i- encein the profession, Parties favouring him with their commands, may rast assured of their interests having his very best personal attention and super- vision. MR. ROGERS ha.s much pleasure in announcing to the Public generally that since the issue of his business advertisement he ha.s obtained the per- manent services of Mr William Morgan, who for' many years acted as assistant to the late Mr G. T Smith. All applications, letters, and enquiries, to be made at Mr Morgan's residence, Cardigan House, Qaeen's Road, Aberystwyth. —■—v 1 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. 12, MARINE TERRACE ABERYSTWYTH. i Highly Attractive Sale of Modern and Substantial Household Furniture and other Effects. MR J. W. ROGERS has been favoured with the instructions of Mr Jones, who is giving up the house to Sell by Auction early in October next, the entire contents of the above genteel residence. NOTICE.-Several itnportant Sales of FARMING STOCK, HOUSE PROPERTY, and FURNITURE will shortly be Advertised for early Sale. For all particulars apply to Mr WILLIAM; MORGAN, Auc- tioneers Office, Cardigan House, Queen's Rotd, Aberystwyth. NATIONAL BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE; 29, GREAT DAKKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. STEAD ."SIMPSON AND 11 IF T NEPHEWS, Leicester, Leeds, Northampton, &c., LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD MESSRS STEAD, SIMPSON & NEPHEWS Have pleasure in announcing that they have received, direct from their various Manufactories, a large and well-assorted Stock of LADIES', GENTS' & CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES SUITABLE. FOB THE • SPRING & SUMMER SEASONS, which for STYLE, DURABILITY &PRICE cannot be equalled by any House in the TOWN or COUNTY. By purchasing direct from the Manufacturers a considerable saving is effected. TERMS:—CASH ONLY. LADIES' FITTING ROOM > — ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS EXECUTED IN A SUPERIOR STYLE, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. STEAD, SIMPSON AND NEPHEWS, THE NATIONAL, 29, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. t BRANCHES INMOST LARGE TOWNS. ORDER THIS WEEK! ORDER THIS WEEK! A £ 5 5sf. Gent's English Lever for < £ 3 A x6 6s. Gent's Hunting Lever for X3 10=! f £ £ r°3- Ch™n<>S»Ph £ 5'10s f £ i6' Pair Case English Lever M l'2s A £ 2i0s. Gent s Defiance Watch for £ 1 5s A £5 5s. Lady s English Lever for Y,3 or A JE2 10S. Lady's Defiance Watch for £1 5s And you will receive a Free Prize on the 30th June, many of which are worth more than full amount paid for Watch. Write at once for Wonderful Watch Pamphlet, 112 pages, with illustrations, and 80 pages of testimonials. Post free for two staiapB, Address- STEWART DAWSON & CO., 2, EANELAGH PLACE, LIVERPOOL. «sl«s 6j> auction. f NOTICE. EDWARD" HAMER AND J. J. GRIP PITHS, AT the request of numerous influential friends, respectfully beg to announce to the Legal Pro- fession and the Public generally, that they have decided to open business in Aberystwyth asAuc tioneers, Public Accountants, Hoase Agents, and Valuers, under the Name or Firm of "HAMER & GRIFFITHS," and trust by careful and diligent attention to the interests of their Clients to be honoured with a share of their Patronage and support. The business of the firm will be conducted on such terms as cannot fail to give the fullest satisfaction. All communications to be addressed to the BELLB "VUE HOTEL, or 45, PORTLAND* STREET, ABERYST- WYTH. CUSOP COTTAGE, ABEYSTWTTH. GEORGE JONES & SON, ARCHITECTS, BUILDING AND LAND SURVEYORS, EESPECTFULLY announce to the public gener- ally that in addition to their ordinary business they will in future be pleased to undertake the valu- ation of all kinds of Property, References, Arbitra- turns, Trusteeships, Accountancies, and Land and iiouso Ageneies. 15th June, 1882. RHYDYPENATJ FARM, Bow STREET, R.S.O., NEAR ABERYSTWYTll. JOHN BAKER, PRACTICAL LICENSED VALUER, ARBITRATOR, &c., TAKES this opportunity of returning his sincere JL thanks to the Landed Proprietors, Gentry, Legal Profession, Agriculturists, Mining and Shipping Communities, and the Public generally of Aberyst- wyth and its surrounding districts, for the past favours bestowed upon him in his business since he has resided in the district (a period of upwards of fourteen years), and wishes to inform them that he is now adding to his former business that of AUCTTONEER AND LAND AGENT. He respectfully intiniates that, being so well known as a practical Agriculturist, &c., it is scarcely neces- sary, to say that his long experience and knowledge of Land, Live and Dead Farming Stock, and other Properties, will qualify him for, and give him spacial advantages and facilities in, conducting the above businesses in all'their branches. He trusts, by execu- ting commissioners entrusted to him with integrity and uprightness, to merit a continuance of patronage and support, and assures his friends that their future commands and interest will have his prompt and best attention. PufiUc Notice* SOUT.B:WALES' AUDIT "DISTRICT. Aberystwyth Union, and the Rural Sanitary District in the said Union. As Auditor of the above-named Audit district, I here- by give notice that I have appointed the Audit of the -.c.'ounts of the Aberystwyth Union, and of the Rural Sanitary District in the said Union, and of the several Parishes and Contributory Places contained in the said Union and District, or in the said Union solely, for the half-year ended 25th of March, 1882, to com- mence on Wednesday, the 13th day of July, at 9.30 I o'clock ifi the forenoon, at the Workhouse, Aber- ystwyth, when and where all persons who by law are osund to account at such Audit are required to attend, and to submit ail Books, Dccamenis, Bills, aad Vouchers, containing or relating to the accounts or to moneys assessed for, and applicable to the Re- lief of the Poor, or to Sanitary purposes. Dated this 26th day of June, 1882. (Signed) EDWARD JONES, District Auditor. SOUTH WALES AUDIT DISTRICT. Tregaron Union, a.nd the Rural Sanitary District, in the said Union. As Auditor of the above-named Audit District, I hereby give notice that I have appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the Tregaron Union, and of the Rural Sanitary District, in the said Union, and of the several Parishes and Contributory Places con- tained in the said Union and District, or in the said Union solely, for the half-year ended 25th March, 1882, to commence, on Monday, the 10th day of July, at 1.30 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Board- room of the Guardians, Tregaron when and where all persons who by law are bound to account at such Auait are required to attend, and to submit all Books, Documents, Bills, and Vouehers, containing or relating to' the accounts of moneys assessed for, and applicable to the relief of the Poor, or to Sanitary purposes.' Dated this 24th day of June, 1882. (Signed) EDWARD JONES, o District Auditor. SOUTH WALES~ AUDIT DISTRICT. Aberayron Union, and the Rural Sanitary District in the said Union. I As Auditor of the above-named Audit District, I hereby give notice that I have appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the Aberayron Union, and of the Rural. Sanitary District in the said Union, and of the several Parishes and Contributory Places contained in the said Union solely, for the half-year ended 25th of.March, 1882, to commence on Friday, the 14th day of July, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Work- house, Aberayron, when and where all persons who by law are bound to account at such Audit are re- quired to attend, and to submit all Books, Docu- ments, Bills, and Vouchers, containing or relating to the accounts or to moneys assessed for, and appli- cable to the relief of the Poor, or to Saaitary pur- poses. Dated the 26th day of June, 1882. (Signed) EDWARD JONES, District Auditor. MERIONETHSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES, 1882. "Vf OTICE is hereby given that the Commission of -L x Nisi Prius of Oyer and Terminer and of General Gaol Delivery for the County of Merioneth, will be opened at the Shire Hall, in the town of Dolgelley, on Gaol Delivery for the County of Merioneth, will be opened at the Shire Hall, in the town of Dolgelley, on Thursday, the Sixth day of July, 1882, before the Honourable Sir John Walter Huddleston, Knight, one of the Justices of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice. All Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Bailiffs of Liberties, and Chief Constables within the said County; all Jurors, Persons bound in Recog- nizancea, Witnesses, and others having business at the Atgizes, are required to attend at the said Shire Hall on Friday, the seventh day of July next, at 10.45 o'clock, a.m., precisely. CHARLES REYNOLDS WILLIAMS, ESQUIRE. Sheriff. Undersheriff's Office, Bolgelley June 24th, 1882. • Steto j&g auction. _h -'P-" "-Oh.. UO_ TROEDYBRYN HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH. D. P. DAVIES & HOWLAND T>EG to inform their numerous friends and patrons that they have decided, in addition to the business of Surveyors, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents, &c., formerly carried on by them, to com- mence business as Auctioneers and Accountants, &o. The firm henceforth will transact business under the name of D. P. DAVIES, HOWLAND AND CO., and hope to receive a continuance of the patronage hitherto accorded to them. ° PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A rare opportunity of combining profitable farming, j pleasure, and sport. TO BE SOLD by Auction in July next, the farm of Llwynowen, in the parish of Cilycrm, Ca2> marthenshire, containing by admeasurement 392a, Ir. 14p. of meadow, pasture, arpble, upland sLeep, pasture, and woodland together with extensive right of Common on Mallan mountain, adjoining j For further particulars apply to D. P. Davies Howland, & Co. Aberystwyth, June, 15th, 18S2. I tittligtouø .serbittø. PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL. Newfoundland Street, Aberystwyth. PULPIT SUPPLY FOR THE SUMMER OF 1882. July 2,-Rev D. C. Edwards, Bala. July 9,—Rev J. Elias Hughes, St Asaph. July 16,-Rev Principal Edwards, M.A. July 23,—Rev J. R. Owen, Pembroke LLANBADARN" FAWR CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVIOE. AT 11.30 A.M. On Sundays, Christmasday, Ash-Wednesday, Good Friday, Ascension-day, SERVICE, WITH SERMON. Celebration of the Holy Communion on every Third Sunday in the month, and also on Christmas, Easter-day, and Whit-Suaday. HYMNS ANCIENT AND MODERN. Offertory at each Service towards the Restoration Fund. Over Z5,000 alreedy expended. Present Debt £ 172 18s. 2id. ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH CHURCH ABERYSTWYTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY Fnll Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Fall Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday in the month, at 11 a.m. _r '» 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. Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, and on Saints' Days and Holy-days, at 11 a.m. Holy Communion, according to notice. HYMN BOOK—"Church Hymns," (S.P.C.K.) j 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: — English-Evening Prayer and Sermon, Wednesday at 7 p.m. J Evening Prayer and Sermon on Thursday at 7 p.m. Communicants' Meeting every Tuesday, at 7 p.m. OFFERTORY AFTER ALL THE SUNDAY SERVICES, SUNDAY SCHOOLS:— 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.—ifixed. (Service and Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) Rev. Canon PHILLIPS, M.A., Vicar. M» T tiRIFR'TTTTS 1 Mr. EDWARD J. JONES,} Churchwardens, Yn awr yn barod, jiris cluoecheinwg. rp E L Y N E G I O N, AR i DESTUNAU AMRYWIOL. I GAN DANIEL SILVAN EVANS, B. D. I Ail Argraffiad, gyda Chwanegion. I Aberystwyth: John Morgan, Argraffydd, Swyddfa yr Observer. A notice of the" Telynegion," bearing the signa- ture of the Editor, M. Gaiioz, appears in the Febru- ary issue of the Revue CsItique, in which the work is highly eulogised. Telynegion have also been reviewed in Yr Haul, Givalia, Welshman, South Wales Weekly News, Car. marthen Journal, Carmarthen Reporter, Cardigan Herald, Montgomeryshire Express, Genedi G-ymreig. NOW READY. LIFE AND LETTERS OF THE REV. THOMAS CHARLES OF BALA. EDITED BY THE REV. WILLIAM HUGHES, Vicar of Llanuwchllyn, Bala. Rhyl: J. MORRIS, 30, High Street. Price 7s. M. By Post 8s. I All Orders to be sent with a remittance to the Rev. William Hughes, Llanuwchllyn Vicarage, Bala. Opinions of the Press. The eminent apostle ot Wales will live over a>gain in Mr Hughes' pages, and all who wish well to the best interests of the Principality will give this book a hearty reoeptvoa, and desire on its "behalf a wide circulation."—Liverpool M ercury. The story of the life and labours of Mr Charles of Bala YJJust have a fascination for the devout por- tion of his countrymen, and they cannot fail to have historic interest for Welshmen generally." -Liverpool Courier. The purposes of the editor of this volume are so clearly good that we cannot refuse him our cordial sympathy. We recommend our Welsh friends, -and especially our Welsh Methodist friends—to read the book." —Liverpool Daily Post. "Mr Hughes has entered into his snbject with en. thnsiasm, and he has succeeded in writing a very readable life of the great Apostle of Welsh dissent. The book is written with no carping tendencies. There is a manliness of spirit observable throughout. This readable book on the life of a remarkable man should be read by Nonconformists and Church. men alike both cannot fail deriving benefit there- from.North Wales Guardian. Cynwysa y cofiant hwn bortread prydferth o'i wrthrddrych."—Y Goleuad. FQl ysgrifenydd y mae Mr Hughes yn ardelangos chwaeth ddillyn, ac y mae ei ardullyn sjml » phryd- fertb.Y Genedl Gymreig. gato &u £ tum. OWEN DANIBL, AUCTIONEER, LAND VALUER, &c., HAVING iortg possessed n, business connection ic- Cardiganshire, has (owiiig to the decease cf I the late Mr <i. T, Smith) opened a,n office at 7, NEW STREET, ABESYST WYTH. and the services ha.ve been seL-Rred 01 Mr Davies (late Rhiwlas) as clerk, a,s.d ie is to be noped that a considerable addition will ozi-t,. » the ba..?I- ness already done by O. Da':) 'J- •- -»•- c He desires to thaiÙ aU thoe < ,e k ti2 entrusted him with their t w s a them and others that he will o .vi Lo ai.y commissions place in his hi-dt iz- it.a laiare, <t- SSducattott* ABERAYRON GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER—REV. J. WALTER 'A.. Late Scholar and Prizeman cf be. r'K V* PUPILS prepared for Local ant" 'J -)L Examinations. Specie attention ,-a to young men preparing fo J peter, and the Theological C -•* very cheap. Terms moderate. CHESTER, HOUGH GREEN SCHOOL, "jV/FRS and the Misses Morris receive a few ycc?<g Ladies to board and educate. Terms and references on application, ARNOLD COLLEGE, SWANSEA. PRINCIPAL REY. EDGAR WILLIAMS, M.A., (Glas.) B.D. (Edin.) FINE SEA VIEW, Sheltered situation, healthy school-room, £ pntuu» ] i w^I i'a.- ted dormitories, sepaia c bed ioi u. L v.'il and wholesome diet, strieL jut kil i. i-aj ]e tea.ching power- Back^ar^ pupus Live ipcciji tention. Twelve pupils passed various examinations in 1831. Terms strictly moderate. HILL HOUSE COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES, HAVERFORDWEST. PRINCIPAL—Mrs ANGUS, M.C.P. (wife ci the RBV Henry Arigus), Assisted by Efficient Governesses and a French Professor. MRS ANGUS has had a lengthened cxnerience in Tuition, and possp«se<- thr '™- i- monials as to character and abih'T* The situation is exceeding ie.. :2 large, and the recreation grounds every way con- venient. The «o<lege is in union with the OolIeg« ,r Pr'-ep- tors, London, and passed 12 pupils at tfie hux tions of 1881. References—Herds. Br. McLaren. I-'ai r J, Pearson, M.A., Vicar cf Fleerwood; C. \Vu »LIS. Acorington; J, Owen, A, J. Paxry, Swansea; w Edwards. B.A., The College, Pontypool: JJr. I>. rij, J. H. Lochore, W. Fse., M.P, Bowen low- lands, Esq., Q.C., Haverfordwest, etc. The Term Commences Sept,ember 25th. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, YSTHAD MEURIG, PH-TNCIPAX. and HEAD MASTER—The Rev JOHN JONES, M.A,, sometime Sciioiar and Prizeman of Jesus CoIle.;? Ox.ord. ASSISTANT Mm e —C. A. LESLIE, ESQ., B.A., St John's College, Cambridge, second Clissmaa ia Hononrs in the Mithematic Tripos, and nzaoiber of the London University. A, T. H! £ Y \,N _!■{ A and Priza- of r.; i-c.hai_ 0;; .u Class maa in H mours in Class.-al a6, and third Classm ui in JijDuniuth- i)ii.aJ OUitical School. CAERLEON HOUSE, AT-:R\ SPWYTH SCHOOL FOR YCTNG LADIES. PRINCIPAL.—MISS V, Assisted by Masters, and i'?- i snd English Governessss. Pupils prepared for the Oxford s.n.d Caratndgc Local examinations. For Terms, &c., a.pply to the Principal. The School year consists of three terms, bt-^inniir- respectively January 20th, May 4Lh, Septemba* X&du but pupils cau be received at any time daring ihe terms. LADIES COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, VICTORIA TERRACE, ABEBYSTWritI, ern Union with Trinity College, London). PRINCIPAL MRS. E. MARiE JONES, CF, G. v-eilc^p. Glasgow), Senior Arithmetic and Ana-lvs'.s— R-av. D. P. JONES, M.A..B.D.. Harmony—D. JENIvIN^ 1 -< %u« Bae. rCai;tab)t Pianoforte ana Calistuei i< «—IH. Languages—MADLIr !> I. HI t. ^iuNE. Junior Frencri—Mu AUx»i ». rr Drawing, Paiating, acd English Literature—Mas E. MARIE JONES. Commodious and well-ventilate<S Ciass Rooms and Diuiag Hall have recently tuw:. to the tbove spacious House, which i-s so weii «-.apted for f-c-liool purposes. Special advantagesaVe offered to delicate and caek, ward pupils. Prospeetusss with testimonials on ap- plication. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL & GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Conducted by MR TE^"1 TT C M in honours of the London c.•• },¡.tc¡ Senior Scholar of the Universi re Pupils prepared for C _p tl ivil Service, the learned PrD2c", tne Universities and the various Tr.i.ir r Colleges.- special attenti" i 1 4 » _lieh and Conamoisial Training at mode » clmrgoa. Torms (which are moderate), Eeports, and }{GferlOl ences on application. NANT EOS HOUSE, H LAURA PL CE/ ESTALI l->.i 'i' 1 i ■ LAOIES, Cenducted i j MOREIS» who h.e ♦ c i». Pupils prepared fet" the Oxford and Local Examii adons. Drawing Eoom and BecrDous to let. OXFORD HOUSE. MARINE TERR" T\ lx. .f-i"}è< iVL by Masters an a 1 a i receive twelve Young L di w "i Pupils are prepared for the d v i Prospectus, &c., on application, The Present Term commenced Jsa, SCth 1882- LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. (Founded 1S03.} Head Master—ME, THOMAS R, WILLIAMS, IT A. arid Siccud Class Koncura Moderatioas. rpHE aim of the -education given at this sohooi A will bt such as to prepare young men for Matriculatioa at Lniversities and L&mpetef College; tlso boys for the Oxford Local and I Preliminary Examinations. Terms—6 guineas r, year. »t 2 guinea a term> a^p\y fco the Head Maita*