ABERAYRON. 5, Peniel Lane, Mrs Elizabeth Edwards—Mr and Mrs Llewelyn, London 15, Aioart Straet. Jankin Rees—Mr John Lloyd, Pontarwy, nr Llangeitho 16, Albert Streafc, Mr David Evans-Mr Griffith EYans, Tvnyfron, Ystrad Mr and Mrs Ress, Bwichywttrneu, Ystrad Mrs Mary Jenkins, Llangeitho 18, Alber: Street, John Evans—Mrs Jones, Miss M. A Jooei, Uín Elien Jones, Lampeter; Miss Mary Anns Evans, Llangwyryfon 1, Mason's Row, Elizabeth Morganl-Mr J. Elias Davies, Penltn. LIanoo; Miss Jane Jenkins, Cross Inn, Llandyssii 2, Mason's Row, Mary Alban-Mr Enoch Evans, Lampeter North Road, Talbot Hotel, Mr D. R. Bees-Mra Saily Davies, jTroedyrhiw, Trefilan Mrs Mary and Miss Rachel Dayies, Talfan, Nantgwnlle Miss Margaret Davies, Dolbwba, do 8, Nartli Rsad, 11r John Jonei-MnDudding, Lon. don 1. 23, North Road, Elisabeth James—Miss A. Edwards Dowlais Mr Daniel Lloyd, Dihewid 19, Market Street, Jankin Jones—Mrs and Miss Price, Ceincod Cayo Market Street, Monschty Arms Hotel, Mrs Evans- Mr Hawaii Lewis, Park-street, Llanelly Mr R. R. Kivans, solicitor Capt. Evans, Absrdovey Tabernacle Street, Cambrian Hotel, Mrs Davies-D. B. Evans, Newcastle Eaalyn T. Morgan, Llan- geitho D1. Pugh, Hafod, Carmarthen 2, Tab^rnacle-strset, Mrs E. Jones—Miss Lewis, LlandUo Miss JODHH, Llandovery; Miss Davies, Lkudilo; Mrs Williams, and two children, Llandilo 19, ■ Tabernacle-street, David Williams-David and Sarah Divies, Tycam, Ystrad 3, Waterloo-sfcreer, Mr Evan Lewis—David and Sarah Evans, 'IVnffynoD, Lampeter; Simon. and Mary Evans, Tyawain, Llanwnen Cadwgan Piac." Ship-on-Launch, Thomas Jones,— Mrs and Miss Eliza Jones, Llanfair; Miss Anne Sees, Tagerdawe Mr James Thomas, near Llaudiio Miss Mary Thomas, Llanfair; Mr Morgans, Llwynbrau Mrs Davies, Peacarreg Mr Thomas Jenes, Troedrbiw; Mr Evan L«wi«, Cefnmaes, near Mydroilyn Mr John Davies, Typoeth 6, Quay Parade, Hannah Liewelyn-lirs Thomas and family, Stafford House, Lampeter; Mrs Morgans and family, Cellan; Miss Davies, Werafodig, Ystrad Miss Lizzie Llewelyn, Aberdars Mr Jatnss Davies, Dowlais 13. Victona-atreet.Mrs M. Jones—Mrs and Miss Thomas, Lianyoyta^r; Mr Griffith Jones, Cwm- rwrch 5, P,)fthoå-phce,. }fr Jenkin Joues-Mr and Mrs Jones, Ms^iarth, iJwlchylian 3, Greenland Tsrrace, Mrs Davies-Hiss E. Jones, late or Llansilin, near Oswestry; Mr W. R. Jones, "TreSlan • Mr E. Jones, Nantownlle Mr J. R. Phillips, C.M. a, Greealaad Tprrace, S. Williams—Mr Phillips,, O.E., London ;Mr EJUs, Aberystwyth 7, fabemaeje-atfeet, Mr D. L. Davies-Mrs Mary Davms, Nawca»tla Emlyn Mr Solomon Joh nso Mr XrasmMS Davis, Mrs Davres and family Birmingham F fathers Royal Hottj, Mr Evan Jonu-Mr J. C Marjsrison and Mrs Marjerison, Leeds Dr Owen Jones, Misses Lioyd, Bala; Mr Wilson, Llaneiiy Rer Mr Prytherch, Llanarth
JOHN P. THOMAS, M.P.S., P HAS MAC E U T 1C ALCHEMIST .(SENIOR CHEMISTRY MEDALIST), 5, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. r 7 Tie snpflrior machinery erected at the Observe noting Office, Aberystwyth, enables the Proprietor to coffipete •uccesafully with any other firm in the pro.iueuoaof Circalars, Cards, Billheads, Memoran- lamjl! orms, &c,, as well as Posters of every descrip- tion.
ABERAYRON. FISH.—A quantity of fish is brought in by the Trawler several times a week. This is a boon for which the Aberayronioans are indebted to Mr Givynne, and which is much appreciated, and mora so by visitors. A DISAPPOINTED SKAGULL.-Last week a seagull was observed carrying in its beak aeross the har- bour a fish, and deposited it on the dry lands, when it appeared to be alive. A young fellow doss by observing the occurrence, ran and seized it, where. upon the gull fled away, no doubt much disap- pointed. The fish weighed over a pGund. THE RAILINGS AGAIN.—A discussion toek place at the qllltrtltr sessions last week, regarding the re- placing; of the railings by the brjdgs. It appears it was proved som* years ago, that the ceunty was liable to keep this spot in a safe condition, but the county surveyor states oiherwue. One thing is certain that these railings were broken daring th^ the erection of the new bridge, and aonsequeatly should be replaced either by the contractor ar th's county. An accident was but avoided the othsr night to a little boy, which mignt hafe OMIl attended with serious consequences. At a meeting of the Aberayron parochial commit- ts1?, held at the Assembly Rootus Tuesday night, it was unanimously agreed that the following be presented and read before the Sanitary Board on Wednesday, the 5th instant :-Your committee "ere greatly surprised in perusing the reports of your medical officer to find to many mis-statements, and the persistency with which they were made for a number of years, and were almost, inclined to be- lieve that the reports referred to some pestilent hamlet, in a half civilised country, wnd not to the healthy little town of Aberayron. It is a matter of rsgret to us that these reports were not contradicted at the time they were made, and so to a certain ex. tent stop this proposed expenditure of public money- but evidently neither you nor the Local Govern- ment Board believed fhese exaggerated statements, viz. :—"That the Aberayronians were living on "di. luted sewerage" and:such phrasesor we should have been compelled long ere now to remedy the supposed scandalous state of our town. Whilst wa protest against these exaggerated reports, we are not un- conscious, nor indifferent to the improvements ne- cessary appertaining to our water supply, but fully appreciating the importance of having a pure supply of water to the town. We therefore beg to submit to you the folio* Ing schemes :-Tynffynon scheme Should the Local Government Board object to the first and second schemes, we beg to submit a scheme to bring water by gravitation from springs situated at Tynffynon, a distance aloog the road of five miles, but by crossing fields the distance could be brought under four. Having visited and gauged these springs we fipd that they yield plenty of water to supply Aberayron at the rate of 20 gallons per head (and more if necessary), taking Aberayroa to contain 15,000 inhabitants. For instance the spring in the.farm yard filled a 2inch pipe and Sowed at the rate of 21,000 gallons per 24 hour*, the other two:combined filled a 2inch pipe, flowed at the rate of 14,000 per 24 hours, and there are other springs on the spot which we did not gauge. T he Sanitary Board not having complied with our request granting as the sum of £10 to secure the services of an engineer to prepare a preliminary re- port and estimate, we cannot carry the matter far- ther. BLUE RIBBOIT MOVKM3KT.—The inauguration meeting of this movement will bs held on the i2th inst.. when the Rev Job Miles, Aberystwyth, has promised to attend. An united prayer meeting will be held on the previous evening to invoke the Divine blessing upon the movement. Mr Geld, with char- acteristic t-al, has valanteered to distribute leaflets announcing these meetings at each house iu tha town. Mr Gold has, with his usual liberality, also indroated that ho will provide all the blue ribboa necessary. The Rev Heary Pritahard, WeSloif3.1i minister, is chairman; Mr J. S. Jones, National Provincial Bank, seerefcary Mr Benjamin Gold, treasurer. FIRE.-A fire occnrred on Wednesday morning, about nine o'clock, at the hay loft above the Bsnk stables. Smoke was first observed issuing from the roof by one of the servants, and she immediately raised an alarm, which brought the workmen of Mr Thos Davies, Co<*pton House, to the scene, and they were shortly afterwards followed by a large number of others. There was a plentiful supply of water from the Bank pump, carried by willing hand's, which was thrown in through the loft door and win- dows and also through the roof. After about an hour's hard work the fire was pnt out. It was very fortaaate that the fire d d not occur during the night, or the whole premises might ilava bt-en con- sumed. The building has been bnc slightly damaged Mr W. H. Jones desires to express his thanks to those who assisted to extinguish the flames. The origin of the fire it not known. •CARDIGAN. SCHOOL BOABD.—The monthly meeting of this board was held in the eounoil chamber, Cardigan oa Monday, all the members being present. The chair WItS occupied by Mr T. Davies. In accor- dance witjit his notice ot motion, Mr R. D. Jenkiua proposal that the Bible be read in future in the schools under the jurisdiction of the board, but that the same be not explained in any particalar. This was seconded by the cbairman. *MrAsa J. Evans moved as an amendment that the motion be not adopted, inasmuch as the Bible truths could not naturally be recognised with age aeriousness by the children, and would, therefore, be depre- I ciated thereby, which was seconded by the RIr W. Jones, C.M., both gentlemen basing their om lions on the "long cut and drioi" questionable argu- ment that in schools where secular education only was required to b* given under the law the intro- duction of the Holy Writ would have the effect of reducing the sacred importance of the Scriptures in the estimation of the rising generation. Tag amendment was supported by Mr O. Picton Davids and on the question being put to the meeting the motion was negatived by a majority of one. LANBADARN. BLUBi RIBBON MOVBMKNT.—On Saturday last a meeting was held in connection with this movement in the Calvinistic Methodists chapel. The Rev D. G. Edwards^in the ehair. Addressag were delivered by the Revs James Edwards, Peter Davies, Messrs William Thomas, Richard Jones, and George Green. Several signed the pledge at the close.
tURE FOR ALL. HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT. The Ready and reliable Remedy. Armed with this powerful antidote*. '0 every man is his own family physician. The first hospital surgeons admit i'S unparalled and healititr virtues, Foreign government* janction its use in their aaval Kervices, and military and mankind throughout the world reposes the utmost confidence in its curative properties. Sore Throat, Dipthervx, Qv,ine:y, Mumps, and Derangements of the Chest and Throi t. If, on the appearance of any of these diseaaet, the Ointment be well rubbed, at least three timl" a day, upon thenecit and upper part of the cheat, to a* to penetrate to the glands—the worst cases will yield in a eomp.ratively short time, particularly if Hollo way's Pill* be taken in appropriate da.M to purify the blood. r Bad Legs, Bad Breasts. Uleerout Tfounds. Many thousands of martyre from the above complaints have found life alnaont xmucportitble; but it Holloway'* Ointment be briskly and plentifully rubbed upon and around the parts affected, it will quickly penetrate to the sourte of the evil; ease m »y be safely guaranteed, and disease driven from the system: Nothing can be mare timple or jafer than the manner in which it is applied, nothing more sanitary than its action on the body both locally and constitutionally. The Mother's Friend-Skin Diseases however desperate may be radically cured. Scald heads, itch, blotch** on the. »kins, crofulous snre;, kines evil, and such like affections, yield to the snigUty power of this one Ointment, provided it be wsll rubbed around the affected parts two or three times a dty, and the Pilli be taken according to the printed directiona. Both the Ointment and PiUs should be used in the following eomvlaints.— Bad Legs Corns Scalds Bad Breast J"i*tu!as S»r< Throats Burns G ut Skin Diseases Bunmons GUnditlarSwellings Scurvy Chilblains Lurab»go Sore Heads Chappe«l Hands Piles Tumours Contracted and Stiff Kheumatic Ulcers ^oint8 Sore Jfipples Wound* For cleansing and clearing the blood from all Impurities cannot be too highly commended. in For Scorfula, Scurvy, in Diseases. and Sores of all kindJ it is a never-failing and permanent cure. Sold at Protestor HOLLOWAT'B Establishment, 78, New Oxford St. (late 533, Oxford St.), London; also by nearly every respectable Vendor ot Medicine throughout theCivilised World, in Boxes and Pots, at Is ljd., -is 9d., 4i1 ad., lh., 228 and 88. each. Pull printed dirsetiona are affixed to each Pot and Boa, and can be had in any language. N.B.—Adviee Gratia, at the above address, daily, between the hours of 11 and 4.. or by letter. | ORDINATION. At an ordination held by the Lord Bishop of St Asapb in his cathedral Church, on Sunday, July 2nd, the fallowing gentlemen were admitted into holy orders-Priests Rev Glemeot T. Divies, M.A., Jesaa College, Oxford, curate of Rhyl. Rev John Davies, B.A., St David's College, Lampeter. curate of Bodfari. Rev David Jones, B.A., St David's College, Lamprter, curate of St Mark s,- Connah's Quay. Rev David Lewis, B.A., Si. David's Colleare, Lampeter, curate of Llaofair Caereiuion. Rev W. Jones Williams, B.A., St David's College, Lampeter, curate of Wrexham.— Deacons J enki a Griffiths, B.A., Trinity College, Dublin, licenced to the euracy of St Oswald's, Oswestry. David J .ir.e>, B.A., St David's Coile^e, Lampeter, licen<"i o Llangerniew. D. Rowland Lewis, B.A., Balliol College, Oxford, licensed to the curacy of Llan-'vst. Thomas Lloyd, B.A., St David's College, Lampeter, licensed to ine curacy of Denbigt).—The Gospel was road by the Rev Thomas Lloyd, the newly-ordained deacon. The Rev — Ollivaut, rector of Erbistook, preached the sermon. The reason wsy so uisny are unable to tltke Cocoa is tha the varieties oommoniy sold are mixed with starch, under the plea of rendering them soluble; white really making them thick, heavy, and indigestible. ThU may be easiiy detected, for if Cotioathickem in the cvp-it proves the addition of stars*. Cadbury's Cocoa Essence is genuine it is therefore three times the atrensjth of tiieie Cocoas, and a refreshing beverage like tea or coffee. HOP BITTERS PUREST, BEST, & CHEAFEST MEDICINE EVER MADE. NO DISEASE OR ILL-HEALTH HOP BITTERS can possibly exist where HOP BITTERS are nsed, so varied and perfect JJOP BITTERS are their operations. If you have nausea, want of appetite, flatulency, dizziness, and feverish symp- toms, you are suffering from COSTIYE- PTOP BITTERS NESS, and HOP BITTERS is the Surest Cure. If yeur vital forces are depressed, if you have a feeling of general lassitude and weakness, are easily fatigued, per- TT/YD "PTTTFPS spire frequently freely-on going to sl^ep, H iJi J-are short of breath oa every slight effort, and havfl a general fseling of melan- choly and depression, you are suffering from GB.VBRAL DEBILITY", and HOP BITTBR3 removes it aU. TTOP BITTERS If you have a sense of weight or ful- ness in the stomach a changeable appe. tite, sometimes voracious, but generally feeble; a morbid craving, low spirits after a full meal, with severe pain for TTOP BITTERS some time after eating; wind rising on JtjL the stomach, sour stomach; vomiting and fluttering at the pit of the stomach, and a soreness over it; nausea, head- ache, or some of these symptoms, you r, T.T_rnT.rl are suffering from DYSPEPSIA., and H OP BITTERS HOP BITTERS will permanently cure you. If you have a dry, harsh, and yellow skin, a dull pain in the right side, ex- tending to the shoulder blade and pit of TTOP BITTERS the stomach a tenderness over the re- I -«J- gion of the liver, and sometimes an on- largement of this order; a sense of tightness and uneasiness in the neigh- bourhood of the stomach and liver; T-rrvD UTTTT^-pc yellowisrines* of the eyes; bawsls irregu- jy^Ulr JDixliitOJs lar, generally disposed to looseness; a hacking or dry cough; irregular appe- tite; shortness of breathing- feet and hands generally old; tongue coated -r>Tmmr!-r>c! wllite 5 a disagreeable taste in the HOP BITTERS mouth; low spirits; blotches on the face an .t neck palpitation of the heart; disturbed sleep; heartburn; disinclina- tion to exertion-if you havs any ef these evmptoms you are suffering from TTOP BITTERS wnyvRErRP, £ ?,^PL £ INT' H and HOP BlFTEilS will care you. CLEANSE, PURIFY, AXD ENRICH THE BLOOD WITH TTOP "RTTTFRS HOP BITTERS, QVIR AND YOTJ WILII HAVE NO SICK- NESS, OR SUFFEEING, on DOCTOIZIS BILLS TO PA.Y. To be obtained of all Chemists and gOP BITTERS Druggists. NATIONAL BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, 29, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. STEAD, SIMPSON AND NEPHEWS, Leicester, Leeds, Northampton, &c., LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD. Messes 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 FOR THE SPRING & SUMMER SEASONS, which for STYLE, DUR ABILITY & PRICE cannot be equalled by any Honse in the TOWN or COUNTY. By purchasing direct from the Manufacturers 0 a considerable saving is effected. TERMSCASH ONLY. LADIES' EITTINfG 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. BRANCHES IN MOST LARGE TOWNS. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S B 41 PILLS is warranted^ care all discharges from the Urin- ary Organs, in either sex, acquired o? con^bvi-ntxonal, Gravel, and Pains ia the Back. Sold in Boxeij^a 8d each, by all Chemists ami Patent Medicine Vendors; or sent to any address for 60 stamps by the Makers, THE LIKOOLN & MIDLAND COUNTIES' Ditv y COM- PANY, juincoln. Wholesale—all & t-bo Wholesale Houses. Hu&Urattom THE MOST PRACTICAL GARDENING PAPER PUBLISHED. THE JOURNAL OF HORTICULTURE, COTTAGE GARDENER AND HOME FARMER. Conducted by ROBERT HOGG, LL,D., y.L.S. Assisted by a Staff of the best Writers on Practical Gardening, and numerous Amateur and Professional, Correspondents eminent in the various Departments of Horticulture and other Rural Pursaita coop nected with the Household. ESTABLISHED 1848. This widely circulating Journal consists of Thirty-two pages of Letterpress, with occasional Supplements t and is richly illustrated with Wood Engravings in the highest style of the Art. The Journal of HorticuUwra. contains the EARLIEST REPORTS OF ALL IMPORTANT HORTICULTURAL AND OTHER SHOWS. GARDENING, &c. THE POULTRY CHRONICLE. GARDENING in all its aspects is treated exhaustive. THE POULTRY CHRONICLE, including Pigeons and ly by the most practical and successful Cultivators Cage Birds, contains articles by the leading writer of the day. on the various subjects on which it treats. THE HOME FARM. BEES. THE HOME FARK DEPARTMENT contains sound BEEs.-The most advanced Apiarians and tha most. and seasonable advice on profitable Cropping, Stock successful Bee-keepers in Great Britain are contribia- Management, Manures, and their application, and tors to this section of this loDg-establiahed and in** the most approved modes of Dairy Farming. creasingly popular publication. A New Volume commences the First Week in July. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, price 3d.; post free, 3id. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Oae Qnarter, 315 9it; HaTE Year, 7s 6d, One Year, 15s. Post Office Orders to be made payable to EDWARD H. MAY. To ADVER.TISERs.-The Journal of Horticulture will be found a valuable and effective medium its extensive circulation among the middle and higher classes, and is undoubtadly tile BEST TRADE PAPJSHE, OFFICE: 171, FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C. _0- iii tiuøtneøø Notice*. -p- rr-IV ABERYSTWYTH. B EL LEVU E EOTAL HOTEL, (CENTRE OF THE MARINE TERRACE.) THIS Old-Established County House possesses comfort not to be surpassed at any Hotel on the W0I3B1 JL Coast. It embraces spacious and elegant COFFEE and DINING ROOMS for Ladies and Gentlemen,, Drawing and Private Sitting Rooms, also a large and well-appoiated COMMERCIAL ROOM, all of whiaic. ace the Sea. Elegant Billiard Room (2 Tables), Smoking and Chess Rooms. The Wines and Spirits are of the best and oldest Vintages and Brands. TABLE D'HOTE 6.30 P.M. DAILY. ON SUNDAYS 4.0 P.M. OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. CHARGES MODERATE—TARIFF ON APPLICATION. N.B.-Wine and Spirit Stores-Entrance from TERRACE ROAD. EDWARD HAMER, PROPRIETOR BORTH, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. CAMBRIAN. HOfEL. THIS First-Class_ Family Hotel is situated faeing Cardigan Bay, and is close to a beach of ftftn san<ifo o £ T Four Miles in Length—making it very safe for Sea Bathing. Good Lawn Tennis ground OutCi- Door Amusements of all kinds, also Billiards, and very near to the Railway Station. All Commnnications, etc., to be addressed to the Proprietress—G. A. HELBY. OCEAN VIEW HOUSE, 3, VICTORIA TERRACE. 1/TRS. W. H. KENSIT begs to inform her numerous visitors that she has REMOVED into more comma- m. dious and convenient premises, OCEAN VIE W HO USE, 3, VIC TORI A TERRACE, which Jarge and small Entertainment Rooms, good airy Bedrooms, and is handsomely furnished throughout. Mbafc Kensit keeps a good cook in tha house. The Sanitary Arrangements of the House are quite perfect. BOARD AND LODGINGS OR PRIVATE APARTMENTS. HIGHEST REFERENCES GIYESL HOT AND COLD WATER BATHS IN THE HOUSE. L P L Y N L IMON MOUNTAIN, PLYNLIMON. DYFFRYN CASrELL HOTEL. THIS Hotel is in close proximity to the above celebrated Mountain, and now contains all the neaassarv comforts requisite^ for Tourists and Visitors, combined with the most reasonable charges. Ifc situated about four miles from the Devil's Bridge, and on the turnpike road leading to Aberyatwvfefr Rhayader, and Llanidloes. Every Accommodation, including Good Stabling, &o. Proprietor-RICHARD HARVEY, Ponterwyd, Aberystwyth. W. H. PALMiillt, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, A- I jpj _u QUEEN'S HOTEL WINE STORES, MARINE TERRACE. Per Bottle. Per Boltfe. GIN from 2 3* SHERRY from I* OS* IRISH WHISKY „ 3 0 I PORT u 2 6: SCOTCH WHISKY „ 3 0 MARSALA., 1 3 PALE BRANDY „ 4 0 CL ARET 1$ RUM 2 9 CHAMPAGNE 3 & WINES DRAWN FROM THE WOOD. THE CELEBRATED EDINBURGH ALE-3s PER DOZEN IMPERIAL PINT BOTTLES. SOLE AGENT FOR GLENRQSA SCOTCH WHISKY. AND AT WELSH HARP, TERRACE ROAD. W. EDWARDS & Co., TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, AND AT BORTH, TJEG to inform the Inhabitants and Visitors to Aberystwyth that in addition to tnaf — Business carried on at 1.5, TERRACE ROAD, they have also opened the extensive. premises at 29, TERRACE ROAD AND CORNER OF NEWFOUNDLAND-STREET; where they will carry on the Business of BAKERS, CONFECTIONERS, & RESTAURANT KEEPERS A SPLENDID DINING ROOM, Fitted up with all modern requisites, where Dinners, Teas, &c., will be supplied at reasonable charges. < OBSERVE THE ADDRESS- • LISBURNE RESTAURANT, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. RELIANCE HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET (Opposiw the Meat Market:) AND 15, PIER STREET, WILLIAM PROBIN, WORKING LAPIDARY, JEWELLER, SILVERSMITH, ELECTRO PLATER, AND GILDER, BEGS to inform the Gentry, Inhabitants, and Visitors of Aberystwyth, that he has now on band a woTT- ?elected Stock of Diamond Rings, Wedding Rings, Signet Rings, aad Gem Rings. Bright audi coloured Gold Jewellery, iu all its branches, made upon the premises. Every article warranted. Also a. large Stock ot Whitby Jet and Bog Oak Ornaments. Old Gold and Silver Purchased. Wholesale andt Retail Dealer m New and Second-hand Plate. "flTHELPTON'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING ▼ V PILLS. ESTABLISHED 1635, Are one of those rare Medicines which for their extraordinary pro- pertiei, have gained an almost ICTTMR IN UNIVERSAL REPUTATION, Num- P-1 bers are continually bearing testimony to their great value in disorders of 1 the HEAD, CHEST, BOTVELS, Li VS t, anrl KIDS EX8; also in RHEUMATISM, as may be sesn from the Testimonials published from time to time. By the timely use of such a remedy many of the seriously afflicting disorders which result from proper means neglected might be avoided, and much suffering saved, for Prevention is better than cure." Sold in Boxes, 7Jd., Is ljd., and 2s 9d:, by G. WH ELPTON and SON, 3, Crane Court, Pleat-street, London and by Chemists and Medicine Vendors at homo and abroad, ent tree fay post in the Uaitdd Kingdom, for 8, I*, or 33 qtarapg, "Wanted" advertisements of all kinds are in Gerled in the Aberystwyth Observer at special rates when prepaid. ESTABLISHED 27 YEARS DAVID THOMAS & SOrl Watchmakers, Jewellers GREAT DARKGATE ST., \.7V. L"s ABERYSTWYTH. cam=g""1' lgMB^»ggBg5BgLHM IIIU-LJUJ U-ilUalSC1 Printed by Steam Power and Pabllanedt by JOHMF MORGAN, at the Observer Office 1, North PWMOAO Aberystwyth. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1882.
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LISTS OF VISITORS. Hotel ar d Lodsjing.hoaS'j Keepers desirous of placing ihe;r Houses o^ioce the thousands of Visitors and Tourists wii.-» frequent tha district will find the present an i-x silent opportunity. The charge -or Advertisements for fifteen we^ki during: the season will be 15s per inch single column, and 30a double c-dacan. Advr>r!.is.ani3rtt3 ordered for a whole Tea; will be charged halt tha above rates per insertion.. Th, an opportunity that »houH not be missel, as it wili not ocoar again tor another y?ar. Orders can o" seut direct to the Observer Office, 1, North-mrade, .Aberystwyth, or rua.j be luadad to the Agents" in various towns.
Jusl o f D i5 i t o rr>. Visitor whose names maybe oTmtt-idf MM this list will oblige the Editor by leaving their names and Addresses at the Observer Office, 1, North Parade. MARINE TERRACE. 1, Rock House, Mias Joaes Mr and Mrs J. T. B'akecaore, nnrsa and family Miss Bagnall, Birminghm Mr and Mrs Hopkins, Birmingham 8, Miss Jones I Mr. Mrs. Miss, and Master Bassett, Birmingham Mr Rnd Mrs Cottarn, Oswesf.ry Mr and Mr? 1-J. Bridson, and Master W. E. Bridaon Wavertree, Liverpool Miss Lote, Treverward, Salop 10, Mr? Jones Mr and Mrs Eva»a, Mr Geoge Evans, Sonth Bank, MiddMown, Weiafroool Mr, Mrs. and Misses Kilvirb, Grinshill, Shropshire; Miss Kilvert, dù Mr and Mrs Bishton, farnily and nurse Mrs and ",M>s Bagley, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Buxton, The Park, Ecoles Vfrs D. T. Joyson, Frodsham, Cheshire 11, Mrs Scots ÍI Mrs and Miss Morris, Gwernyjoe, Newtown Mrs and Miss Nevill, Bishop's Castle Miss F. Snath. Shrewsbury Mrs Round and family Miss Hood, Dudley Mr- Oakes. hmiif and nnr3es, Ossett Mr W.. Miss, and Miss E. Exley, Wakefield 13, Mrs Clavtoa Miss Edwards and M:as Thomas, Oswestry 15, Cambridge House, Miss Kvsus Mr C. C. Smith, Mrs Smith, Wolverhampton Miss Farr, Stockport 16. Mis- If. clashes Mr and Mrs Vlilliams and family, near Tenbnry, Worcesterhsire 17, Mrs Jones Mr and Mrs Francis & family, L!-tn?dIoes BELL.1 VuE ROYAL HOT 50 L, Mr Hamer, m Mr E. H Lyons. T«aby} Missss Riaketiis and maid, Mr rforaee Smith, London; Mr Mackenzie, Lire-pool; Mr iiowme, Clifton, Bristol; Colonel Baldwin, HeachfMd Cheshire Mr J. JR. Green Temple, London: Mr Clark*, "London Set T. H. Huybes, Rhjaa-t*, So«';h vVaiea; Professor Genets, U.C.W. Mr >. P. Faw«eti, London; Mr F. A Bonier. Kensington, London; Mr Robarts, M- Davies, Mr J. J. Jones, Mr J. David, Mr SI* d-n. 24, Mr- ICf-vck Rev FJ. K. i.-ng, Mrs Long, and family, Liverpool Jlinj IVe Miss Athena Dupoy, & Master Douglas Bt'l, r i-oal 28. Mi-* H Mr and M-s P'ckird, Moseley, Birmingham 30, Mis# E. E, and Mr Leonard Wherry, Boarae Mi's 0. T. and Miss A. M. Bettiasoa Miss and Miss E. J. Russell Miss Day Mr and Mrs G sward, Tenby 33, Gloncesdi-r Honse. Mrs Roberts Mrs Oatisi-ik, Miss Jones, Brecon Mr 'ompsoa end family, Birmingham J Mrs Marshall, Birmingham Mr and Mrs E. Taylor, Derby S4.Wm-i»*c House, Mrs tio-ientk Mr. M-B. and Miss Moore, Newport, Mon Misses Kendrioi, Stourbridge m Mr Maxwell, Birmingham 35, Brynvmor Honse, Mrs M. Nelson Mr and Mrs Handle/, Brecon Mrs Goaldboarae, Miss Blower, Shrewsbury Mr and Mrs Sertoli and family,. Oldham Mr Peach, Wolverhampton 36, Jlorclaud Honse, Mrs P. Edwards Colonel Bensakely and family, London Mr ftnd Mrs T. Issard and family Mr ir-^dtis, Miss Davisa, MMTeroaris and family St <* -ishira JO G v • Honse, Mrs Griffiths > M and Mr W. Woodnonse, Leomiaater, Here. ford shiëe K. "*t. Tveyon Slaney and party, Shropshire Mr Port, Fhr"on oa Trenc 40, Miss Nelson Mr & Mrs S. A. Shaman and children, and Miss Fanning Mr and Mrs Fletchor, Bradford, Yorkshire Misses Edwards and Miss Edith, Seal, Solihull, Warwickskire 41, Miss Jones Mrs Will-aois, Greenfield Hall, Llanidloes, family, governess and anrse 42, Mrs Jonee Eev Claud Brown & Master Claud Leonard Brown, and nurse, London Mr and Mr3 Jonea Mrs VVjlliims Mrs Jarnrs Mrs and Master Williams 43, Pieton House, Miss Osmotherley Mr3 Neaintyre, Lo- don Mr E. Broome 44, Miss E. F. Jfmaa Mrs Hirst., family and maid Miss Atkinson, Cardiff Mrs Staward aui Mis3 Costita Miss Noble and maids, Eavtou Grove, Shrewsbury 47, Chatbarn Hona-», Mrs 52. Edwards Mrs Clsobary, sen., Birmingham Mr and Mrs Y. Cleobnry and son, do Mrs. Messrs Harry and Sim Newby, West Brom- wich Mr S. Holloway, Mr G. Leighton Mr and Mrs Lei?hcon, Seat'orbh Mr and Mrs Taskar, Selhurst, Surrey 68 Miss Lewis Mr and Mrs Careen, London 49, Mrs Lewis Miss Gates and Miss Hemmiugs, Leamington. Miss Johnsou and Worseacroit, London 52, Mrs R. Jon>»3 I Miss More, Master Moore, Tewkesbury Miss l)adds, Wiagham, Kant Mrs Thomaa, ba.by and nursa, Pann Fields Miss Bates Penn, Wolverhanipfcoa fiS. Miss James Mr and Mrs Mason and family, Hereford 62, Mrs 0. Davies Mr and Mrs Allan, princes End p. Mrs and the Miasa3 Jones, late of FronJgOjJ, Mioh* ynllt-th York Honse, Mrs R. Humphreys Mrs Wooldrldga, Miss Evason, Hagley, Worcester- shire Miss Lett, Seampston, Yorkshire Mr Curtiivr, London Miss Foileq, Tregaron 65, Cliitou Hcuii, Mrs J. å. Powell Mrs and Miss Frskine Miss VVillets, Wolverhampton VICTORIA TERRACE. 3, Own View House, Mrs Kenait Mrs and Miss Shepnerd, Mosdey Mr and Mrs Oldroyd, Sagan, Prussia Mrs, Mr S. and Miss C'bavsley, St John's Lodge, Oxford Miss A. Field, Oxford Mies Bonton, di Mr, Mrs, and Misa Leister, I^icestar Evelyn Hons?, Mr Hochater f. I Dr and Mrs G:>dtslfii!, family au3 aaxds,Sydenham Snowdou House, Mrs Evans Mr ami Mrs Fellows and family, Birmm^aam Mrs, M-S3 N.. and Mr John M. Fryer, Liverpool 5, Plinlimon House, Mrs Pearce Mr and .MjRII(!:j 'order, Edgbaston Mr»Howcdl, Selhurst, South Norwood Mr and Mrs E. P. Thorley, Birmingham 6, Trafalgar Honse, Mrs il. Felix Mr and Mrs Hand, Newcastle, Staffo e Mr and Mrs Allman, ditto Mr and Mrs, Master W., Mrs and Miss Reynolds, }' Mi .\dred •dejynokls, Bromyard Mr ttad^Ls ixnill, Shrewsbury Mr Lctris.^ „wto*vn Al'«rg<r'die *J.oas«, Mrs G. Jones Air and Mrs and maid, Welshpool Mr ehulips, (snildren and nnrse, Malvern Mr, Mrs, 2ind Misses Edridge, Wolverhampton JvLss GaI, Wolvariiaaipton B.tit.in! .ironsA, Mrs Jones Mr i". Mrs Bnrior, Kensington Ql'Kf'VS HO CEL, Mr Palmer Mr and Mrs Gordon,; Miss Gordon, Dr and Mrs Ellis. Capt Jones, Mr and Mrs Humphreys, Miss Humphreys, Mr and Mrs Jones, Miss Parkinson, Misses Champions. Mr and Mrs Prootor, Tnaxd and ooachman, Mr Cordell, Mr Bax, Father Dawson, Mr Eaton Mr Share, Mr Cobbs. GREAT DARKGATE STREET. LION ROYAL HOTEL, Mr John Roberts- Mr Fli-n Day, New York; Mr D. Williams, Shefitfbi; G. Nelson, Mr and Mrs Bad and family; Mr tfng >a«, C trnarvon Mr and Mrs Adams, IdMr-f. T. Hicks, Mr David, Mr Anwyl, Maatshci^ter; Mrs and MLaa Williams, Swansea Mr ani Mrs .Strain, Shrewsbury; Miss Harrison Boarn, Litt^oinshire Mr R. Buckley Williams, Glyncogan; Mr J. (J. Merrick, Mr G. C. Parry, Mr Bromley, Bristol; G. Dovey, J. Bennet Lei- cester; D. E-nlyn Evans, Newtown; Arthur H. Smithe" Man • i»st<»r; James D. Jones, Birming- ham; Sidly -Tj i ier-in, fiondon; Mr Walker, F. O. Evans ('1iBi!te'¡:; J. J. Morgan, Cardiff; Mr and • Mrs Jor Ii v itt >a, Bristoi; G. Brigstoek; Mr Green. POSTLAND-STREET. 25, Mrs Rankin Mrs H. M. King, Ohesham Bucks Mrs H. R. Hobbs. Worcester Miss Allmond. En -ks BKYSr'010R TERRACE. 4, Mrs Morgan Edwards, Mr and Master Whitfield, Birmingham NEWFOUNDLAND STREET. Somerset House, A.1r; M. A. Jones Mademoiselle E. Duhammel et A. A. Jonanis, Fraiivie Mr And Mrs and :\raster 'ryra.r, Walsall, Birming- ham Mrs Capen. Soli Hill, Birmingham: Mona House, Mrs Jonas Mrs and Miss Rogers, The Groves, Stanton-on- Arrow Mrs Thomas and family, .Oswestry BiKSR STREET. Victoria (Cottage Mr George A. P. Brady (Vice Consul for the Re- pcblic at New Grenada en Southampton) and Mrs Brady 4, Mr* T. Humphreys Mrs Bostock and family Miss Miller, Rowley Park, Stafford 6, Mr and Mrs Dunkley, Mrs Fitzpatriek, "Northampton QUEEN'S ROAD. Ascnpart Honse- Rev R. S. Short, Mrs Short, and Mr Short, Cleve- tion Hardwioke Hoc.se— Mr Joseph Fairless Solooru House, Mrs Williams Mrs Jenkins, nr Lampeter Mrs Evans, nr Llandyssul Pembroke House, )[18;; Hughes Mr Allan and family, Tranmere Miss Hiekson, West Felton RAILWAY TERRACE. 8, Mrs Dodd Mrs Fisher, Birmingliam Mrs Gull and baby, do THRRACEROAD. 29, Lisburae House, Mrs Edwards Mr Thos London and Son, Birmingham Mrs Henry and Miss Moore, Gloucester Mrs Wirdie aud Son, Barton on Trent POWELL STREET. 10, Mrs Williams Miss Lizzie Morgan, Devil's Bridge Mrs Morgan, Liaatrissant R. Thomas, London T. Jones, London road.