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*alto by Anctiott. ~TTw. ROGERS, .AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, MOST respectfully begs to inform the Nobility, Clergy, the Legal .Profession, Farmers, and r She 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 ■ in 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 STOCK PRODUCE, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, •• &c., &c. J. W. R. having had a long and successful expeii- eiice in the profession, Parties favouring him with their commands, may rest assured of their interests, ■Iiaving his very best personal attention and super- vision, ME. ROGERS has much pleasure in announcing to f;ne Public generally that since the issue of his •business advertisement he has obtained the per- vamuent services of Mr William Morgan, who for .ssaay years acted as assistant to the late Mr G. T. Smith. All applications, letters, and enquiries, to be .»snade at Mr Morgan's residence, Cardigan House, <■-Queen's Road, Aberystwyth. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. 12, MARINE TERRACE ABERYSTWYTH. i.3igMy 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 Souse to Sell by Auction early in October next, the antire contents of the above genteel residence. NOTICE.—Several important Sales of FARMING BTCOK, HOUSE PROPERTY, and FURNITURE will shortly be Advertised for early Sale. For all ^particulars apply to Mr WILLIAM, MORGAN, Auc- tion ser's OSoe, Cardigan House, Queen's Road, .Aberystwyth., rHE^TRM^Ts^AllLTAN'OE A PUBLIC MEETING Fo explain the objects of the FARMERS' ALLIANCE, will be held at the CORN MARKET hALL, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, ON MONDAY., JULY 31ST, 1882, AT 3 P.M. SIR. L. P. PUGH, M.P., WILL PRESIDE, "Sapported by Mr H. C. FRYER, Lodge Park ML- W ■JONES, Llwynygroes; Mr W. V. BRIGSTOCKE, Parkygors Mr JOHN JAMES, Aberystwyth Mr H. HiciiARDs. Gwarfelin MeJAJlIES JONES, Tyllwyd, and other local gentlemen. ~>tr G. W. LATHAM, of Bradwell Hall, Cheshire, e-President of the Alliance Mr 1. S. LEADAM, \i rnber of the Executive; and Mr WILLIA J< £ E. IS.EA.R, Secretary, will attend as a Daputition. Sev OWEN J ONES, of GELLI, will address the Meeting in Welsh. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, QUEEN'S HOTEL1 ABERYSTWYTH. JULY 24in and 25TH, 1882. HERBERT ..ZSImic, Ventriloquist, Comedian, Vocalist, and Negro .Delineator, in; his Drawing-room Entertainment, entitled, WIT and HUMOUR" Pianist and Accompanist, Mr W. It. Wheatley -Business Agent and Manager, Mr Chas. A. Field. Tickets 2s, Is, and 6d. May be obtained from Messrs Wheatley and Sons, terrace-road. Cbíldren under 12, half-price to first & second seats. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8 o'clock. BIJOU THEATRE. -•I^ATE SKATING RINK, PORTLAND STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. IBGYAL COMEDY DRAMA COMPANY, (TO-NIGHT) Saturday, July 22nd, The Great Olympic Drama THE TWO ORPHANS, To conclude with the Screaming Farce WHITEBAIT AT GREENWICH. On Monday, July 24th, The Great Drama DRINK Tuesday, July 25th, Dion Boucioanlt's Irish Drama ARRAH-NA-POGUE. On Wednesday, July 26th, The Ha-ymarket Comedy THE SERIOUS FAMILY. Concluding each evening with a New and Laugh- able Farce and New Comic Sengs. 0 "■ Sole and Responsible Manager — Mr T. R. NUGENT. Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8 p.m. Carriages at 10.30 -Admission—Front Seats 2s; Second scats Is, Back Seats 6d. ABERYSTWYTH CAST L E GROUNDS. A GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL will be held on the above grounds, On FRIDAY, AUGUST 18th. PRINCIPAL ARTISTES 3IISS SYDNEY ROBERTS, LONDON, MISS MAGGIE MORGAN (From the Manchester Vocal Society), MISS ANNIE WILLIAMS, LONDON, 3IR. D. LEWIS, R.A.M (EOS DYFED), MR. D. JENKINS, M. B., MR, W. BERRY. CHORUS. THE ABERYSTWYTH UNITED CHOIR, WITH AN ORCHESTRAL BAND, Numbering together over 200 Performers. CONDUCTOR: MR. JOHN JONES. -5T- ACCOMPANISTS: A. EVANS, AND MISS EVANS. ;4Ieø up &uttton. LLANRHYSTYD & LLANGWYRYFON .CARDIGANSHIRE. t/FR E. J. MORGAN has received instructions J-L from Mr David Morgan, Ffoslas, to Sell by Public Auction, at the Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, on Monday, August 21st, 1882, at two o'clock in the afternoon (subject to con- ditions to be then and there produced), all that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or TENEMENT and LANDS called or known by the name of PANTYFFYNON, otherwise TANYFFYNON, Situate, lying, and being in the several parishes of Llanrbystyd and Liangwyryfen, in the county of Cardigan, and now in the occupation of Mr John Davies, as yearly tenant. The above comprises about Twenty-two and lutif acres. Also substantial stone buildings thereon. For further particulars apply to Messrs GRIFFITH JONES, and Co., Solictors, Aberystwyth, or the AUCTIONEER, Melindwr View, Penllwyn, Aber- ystwyth. LLYWERNOG NEAR PONTERWYD. IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR E. J. MORGAN has been instructed to Sell by Auction at the Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth, on MONTDAY, August 21st, 1882, at Three p.m. pre- cisely, the follwing Leasehold Property, situate at Llyw, rnog aforesaid:—The Dwelling House contains four bedrooms, tws parlours, two kitchens, and a large Shop with fixtures. Also, a storehouse and out- building attached, and a very large Garden. The above property is held under a lease for 99 years, dated 12th of May, 1869, at the low annual ground rent of 10s. The premises are situated in a very ad- vantageous place for business, being surrounded by mine works, are now unoccupied, and immediate pos- session can be obtained. They were formerly occu- pied by Mr Isaac Williams, Grocer and Draper. The premises are very suitable for same or any other business, and are in good condition. Further particulars can be obtained from Messrs G. Jones and Co., Solicitors, Aberystwyth, or of the Auctioneer, Melindwr View, Penllwyn, Aberj stwyth. [CIRCULAR.] AUCTION MART, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. ALLOW me to tender my sincere thanks for the liberal support given me for the last six years as an Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Commission Agent, and I trust by diligence, integrity, and prompt attention to merit a continuance of your lavour. The number of properties-Freehold and Leasehold—tha t have passed through my hands already, and the num" ber on hand for Sale, have hitherto far exceeded my expectations, which is an evidence that the trust re. posed in me has not been abused by lack of experi- ence, perseverance, and judgment. I may also add that I have had practical experience for some years in acquiring qualifications necessary to be able to undertake the Valuing and Selling of Farming Stock, Crops, Houses and Land, Household Furniture, and other effects, &c. My business connection for the last 35 years having brought me into contact with all classes, and knowing the district well, often proves an advantage to the Vendor. If you will en- trust me with your patronage, and use your influence with your friends on my behalf, I shall deem it a great faveur. Parties entrustiug me with the conduct of their Sales, or Valuation, or any other business, such as Sales of FREEHOLD OR LEASEHOLD PROPERTY, FARMING STOCK, CROPS & IMPLEMENTS, HORSES, CARRIAGES, TIMBER, MACHIN- ERY, SHIPS, WORKING PLANTS, TRADE STOCK, FURNITURE, &c., &C., may depend that their interests will be protected, and no effort shall be wanting on my part to render faithful service to my clients. It is my intention to continue the Monthly Sales in the Smithfield, on the first Monday in every Month (Fair Day), at 12 o'clock, for Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pig*, Farming Implements, Carriages, &c. ED tri-s for Sale should be in hand at least seven days before the day of Sale, to be inserted in the Catalogue. First class references. I am, Yours obediently, EDWARD ELLIS. TO be sold, by Private Treaty,the House and Shop, lately in the occupation of Mr Erasmus Jones, No. 8, North Parade. Also, the Chain and Anchor, and two private houses adjoining, in Shipbuilders-row, together with a large building hitherto used as a smithy. Particulars of Mr Ellis, Auctioneer, The Mart, Aberystwyth. MELINDWR VIEW, PENLLWYN, ABERYSTWYTH. E. J. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, &c., BEGS respectfully to thank all those who have en- trusted him with their business for the past eig-ht years, and to solicit a continuance of their favours, which shall have his best attention. All Sales and Valuations of every description will, as in the past, be promptly attended to. Sales of Fur- niture, Farming Stock, &c., in Town or Csuntry, cashed and settled without delay. Monthly sales of Stock, &c., on the First Monday in every Month. OWEN DANIEL, AUCTIONEER, LAND VALUER, &c. HAVING long possessed a business connection in JLJL Cardiganshire, has (owing to the decease of the late Mr G. T. Smith) opened an office at 7, NEW STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, and the services have been secured of Mr Edward Davies (late Rhiwlas) as clerk, and it is to be hoped that a considerable addition will be made to the busi- ness already done by O. Daniel in the county. He desires to thank all those who in the past have entrusted him with their business, and to assure them and others that he will carefully attend to any commissions place in his hands in the future. ATCHES ATCHES ^^RDER either of the fallowing— a *5 I!' £ enKe En&lish Lever for £ 3. A J?ift tn« T?RSi. hunting Lever for £ 3 10s. t J2 S Ch«mograph £ 5 10s A J' lOs" fW' Lerer ,83 12s t ?!? > £ 'Sfi,^e Watch =61 5s A £ 5 5s. Lady s Enghsh Lever for £ 3 A £ 2 10s. Lady's Defiance Watch for £ 1 5s And you will receive a Free Prize on the 31st DRMN. ber, many of which are worth more than full amount paid for Watch. Write at once for Wonderful Watch Pamphlet, 112 pa-EG with illustrations, and 80 pages of testimonials. Post H-E/ for two stamps. Address— STEWART DAWSON & CO., 2, RANELAGH PLACE, LIVERPOOL. gale* fry gtucttoit. CARMARTHENSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM in the Parish of Cilycwm for sale. MESSRS D. P. DAVIES, HOWL AND & Co., have been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, at the Do'aacothy Anna. Pumpsaint, on Thursday, the 27th of July, 1S32, at one o'clock in the afternoon precisely (subject to conditions of Sale as shall be then and there produced). That most; desirable freehold Farm called "LLWYNOWEN," situate in the Parish of Cilycwm, in the County of Carmarthen, within seven miles of the ma"ket town of Llandovery, containing by admeasurement 392 acres 1 rood 14 poles of Pasture, Meadow, Arable, & Wood Land, with excellent buildings theieon, now in the occupation of Mr Daniel Davies, under a lease for the unexpired term of 15 years from Michaelmas next, at the very low rent of £ 69 per a,nnum-together with an extensive Right of Common on Millau, ad- joining. ——— The Farm, which has a southern aspect, is ap- proached by a good road, without a Toll, within six miles of the Station of Llanwrda, and might be con- sidered a very lucrative* investment, as it is capable of vast improvement, although it is already known as carrying the most superior Stock in the neighbour- hood. The Property being surrounded by Land belonging to Sir J. W. Drummoad, Bart., Capt Lloyd, and W. Morgan, fclsq., is plentifully supplied with Game, and has a Trout Stream running through it. The Tenant will show the Property, and for further particulars apply to Messrs Eaton Evans and Williams, Solicitors, Haverfordwest, or Messrs D. P. Davies, Howland & Co., Aberystwyth. FREDERICK STEPHENS^ LICENSED AUCTIONEER, VALUER, &c., PENRHYNCOCH, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. Sales *&nd Appraisements taken at Moderate charges. Attendance every Monday at Aberystwyth. RHYDYPENAU FARM, Bow STREET, R.S.O., NEAR ABERYSTWY TH JOHN BAKER, PRACTICAL LICENSED VALUER, ARBITRATOR, &c., TAKES this opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to the Landed Proprietors, Gentry. Legal Profession, Agriculturists, Mining and Shipping Communities, and the Public generally of Aheryst" 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 has added to his former business that of AUCTIONEER AND LAND AGENT. He respectfully intimates that, being so well known as a practical Agricultarist, &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 special 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. CUSOP COTTAGE, ABEYSTWYTH. GEORGE JONES & SON, DT ARCHITECTS, BUILDING AND LAND SURVEYORS, I> ESPECTFULLY announce to the public gener- V ally that in addition to their ordinary business they will in futare be pleased to undertake the valu- ation of all kinds of Property, References, Arbitra- tions, Trusteeships, Accountancies, and Land aud House Agencies. 16th June, 18S2. LIFE ASSURANCE. LOANS. ANNUITIES. T IFE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND (Founded 18.38.) CLAIMS & BONUSES paid to Policy Holders £ 4.600.000 FUNDS IN HAND 2!O07^000 ANNUAL REVENUE.— '450,000 PROFITS DIVIDED on systems higLly 1avo:rable to GOOD H S'ALTHT LIVES. EDIJSBURGH-82, Princes-street. LONDON—5, Lombard-street, and 48 PpUMall. AGENTS. W. Pugh, National Provincial Bank, At>'rystwyth, W. H. Jones, National Pro mcial HANK, A\>-rayron J. Powell, London and Provincial Bank, Builtii. R. Thomas, Quay Sireet, Car igan. W. James, North and South Wales Bank, Knighton. H. Owen, National Provincial Bank, Lampefer O. Rouse, Grey House, Llandovery. LFFIUIENT AGENTS required at — Fishguard—LI .ndyssil- LlaneUy-Narberth -St. D ivid's ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, QUEEN'S ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. TT is intended to hold a BAZAAR Next August to -L Liquidate the Debt on the Ohapel and Circuit. About < £ 280 will be required tor this object, and donations in money or goods will be thankfully re- ceived by the committee. THOS. OWEN, TREASURER, ALFRED W. VTGATTS, SECRETARY E'DW. H. SIMPSON, MINISTER. IMMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH WALES. THE NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT will provide Passages to Sydney (in first-class Ships) to persons approved by the Agent-General Farmers, Agricultural and other Labourers, Mechanics, and Female Domestic Servants are re- [ quired. Married couples not to exceed 3.5 years and Single Adalts 30 years of age. The Reduced Bates are = £ 5 per adult; children of three and under "four- teen years, < £ 2 10s under three, free. Inclusive of Bedding, Blankets and all mess utensils. Further information may be obtained from The Emigration Department, New South Wales Govern ment Offices, 5, Westminster Chambers, London, S.W.,or from the Local Agent JOHN MORGAN. Observer Office, 1, North Parade, Aberystwyth. SAUL SAMUEL, Agent-Genm-,1 for New South W-U33 AMERICA, TO NEW YORK & BOSTON DIRECT A RARE CHANCE, WEEKLY SAILINGS Fare (free) to BOSTON £1, 10s 0d Fare to MW YORK J? ^d Fares to QUEBEC, CANADA, by Steamer £ 3 0s Od. These fine Steamers of 5275 tons, are expressly for British passengers. No foreigners booked through this agency. Plenty of good food and every comfort. A marvel of cheapness. Passage about 8 days. Apply to-GOMER ROBERTS, AGENT, 29, UNION STREET, LIVERPOOL. Every information for the Cape and Australia given. Passengers ^et on arrival at Liverpool by Mr or Mrs Roberts. Supper Bed, and Breakfast, including every attendance, 28 6d. Children half.price. Note the Address-GOMER ROBERTS, 25, Union Street, Liverpool. !1!1 Utti01t. I g.Tlrs tp aurttmt. [ ¡ NOTICE. EDWARD H A M E R AND p J. J. GRIFFITHS, A T the request of numerous in3aential friends, £ respectfully beg-to announce to the Legal Pra- fession and the Public generally, that they have decided to open business in Aberys.wyth as Aue. tioneers, Public Accountants, IToise 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 a-3 cannot fail to give the fullest satisfaction. All communications to be addressed to the BELLE VUE HOTEL, or 45, PORTLAND STREET, ABERYST WYTH. CARDIGANSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK, &c. 1\ fESSRS HAMER AND GRIFFITHS, have been i3.i instructed to sell by Auction (under a Bill of Sale), on Thursday, the 27th da.y of July, 1S82, at Pantwylog, LIanon, at twelve o'clock at noon precisely, the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Implements of Husbandry, Dairy Utensils, Household Furniture, Growing Crops, and other effects, consisting of about 15 acres Wheat, 12 ditto Barley, 9 ditto Oats, 6 ditto Hay, 4 ditto Potatoes, 4 L-)', e ditto Peas and Vetches, and 3 ditto of young Larch I (three years' growth); 6 Milch Cows, Cow in calf, 5 Draught Horses, 6 Store Pigs, Sow and five young Pigs, 4 Calves, a quantity of Poultry Dairy Utensils, Cheese Vats; Salting Tubs, and Meat in Pickle Cask of Butter; Oak Corn Chests; Oak Linen Presses; Corn Measures, JEmpty Corn Sacks; Saddles and Bridies: Scythes, liakes, Thrashing Machine and Gearing complete, Market Cart, 2 Box Carts, Win- nowing Machine, 2 Chaff Cutters, 2 Iron Boilers, large Churn, Iron Feeding Troughs, 2 ditto Pig Troughs. 2 Iron Ploughs, 4 sets of Horse Gearing, 2 ditto Harness, Iron Roller, a quantity of Straw and Farmyard Manure, »fcc. Farther particulars may be obtained on application to the Auctioneers, at the B-jlle Vue Royal Hotel, or 45, Portland-street, Aberystwyth. Terms—Cash. |3ulihc$tottre<s. Pursuant to an Order of the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, made in an action in the matter of the Estate of Williui Henry Thotaan, deceased, Jones against Thomas, 1882 T. 780. r|THE Creditors of William Henry Thomas, late of 1 Aberystwyth, in the County of Cardigan, gentleman, deceased, who died in or about the month of November, 18S0. are on or before the sixteenth day of August, 1882, to send by post prepaid to Mr i Frederick Rowland Roberts, of Aberystwyth, afore- said, a member of the firm of Roberta and Evans, of the featne place, the solicitors of the defendant, Catherine Thomas, the Adminstratix of the deceased, r their Christian and surnames, addresses and de- scriptions. the full particulars of their claims, a state- ment of their accounts, and the nature of the securities (if any) held by them, or in default thereof they will be peremptorily excluded from the benefit of the said Order. Every Creditor holding any security is to produce the same before the Honour- able Mr Justice Chitty, at his Chambers, situated at the Royal Courts of J ustice, Strand, Middlesex, on Wednesday, the 25th day of October, 1882, at 11 of the clock in the forenosn, being the time appointed I for adjudicating on the claims. Dated this 15 h day of July, 1882. A RMY SERVICE.—YOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MAJESTY'S ARMY will, on ap- plication at any Post Office in the United King- dom, be supplied, without charge, with a pamphlet containing detailed information as to the Conditions of Service and Advantages of the Army, as to Pay, Deferred Pay, and Pensions. SERVICE OF SOLDIERS. Enlistment wilt be for seven years with the Col- ours and five in Reserve, or eight years with the Colours and four in* the Reserve, if the Soldier completes his seven years while serving abroad. PROMOTION IN THE ARMY. The following positions with the Regular Army and Auxiliary Forces are held exclusively by de- serving soldiers, viz. Approximate No of Nature of Appoint-Rates of Pay in ad- I Ap ointments. ment. jriit.ion to free lodging ¡ C Q lanermaster.s J ft00 Commissioned ] and > ys to 15s a day Officers. ( Riding-masters ) cnn« f Sergeant-majors J .rant 0(5361 & J Conductors of > r + c Stores, &c.j | ta 8s> 33,000 yo„.Bommis-|f^e,^r?eaann*l! skmed Officers j&e 5on"oraK.. j to 5s „ There are besides several valuable appointments open to Soldiers in India. The Royal Engineers receive Special Rates of working Pay. 0. PAY OF THE ARMY RESERVE. SoJdiers transferred to theiReserve receive pay at I the late ot Gd a day. Three pounds a year, subject to deductions for misconduct, is placed to the credit of every soldier during his service with the Colours, and the amount paid to him u»on passing into the Reserve or being discharged. DISCHARGE AND PENSION. On completing 21 years of service, Soldiers who have been Non-commissioned Officers, beeome en- titled to pensions varying from Is 3d to 4s 6d a day. Men wishing to leave the Army during the first three months of their service may claim dis- charge on payment of £ 10. Forms of application to enter the Army may be obtained at every Post Office. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1869. In the County Court of Cardiganshire, holden at Aberystwyth. A LICE WILSON DUDDING, of No. 8, North-road, Aberayron, in the county of Cardigan, widow was adjudged bankrupt on the 13th day of July, 1882: The firs," meeting of Creditors will be held at the Registrar's Office, Town Hall, Aberystwytb, on the 1st day of August, 1882. Until the appointment of a Trustee, all persons having in their possession any of the effects of the Bankrupt must deliver them, and all debts due to the Bankrupt must be paid to the Registrar. Credi- tors must forward their proofs of debts to the Regis. trar. JOSEPH DAVIES, Joint Registrar Printing for Churches, Chapels, Sunday Schools) Concerts, and entertainments of every sort iFi exe- cuted at the Observer Office, 1, North, Parade. promptly and 0»t fair charges, I lisUgtoua i!trbttrø. ENGLISH PRESBYTE Li I A N~ CHURCH. Newfoundland Street, Abeiysiwjta. PULPIT SUPPLY FOR THE SUMMER. OF ISS2. July 23,—Rev J. R. Owen, Pembroke July 30,—Rev Griffith Davies, Cardigan. LLANBADARN FAWR CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICE. j AT 11.30 A.M. On Sundays, Christmasday, Ash-Wednesday, G-oad Friday, Ascensiou-day, SERVICE, WITH SERMON. Celebration of the Holy Communion on every Third Sunday in the month, and also on OJirir^mas Easter-day. and Whit-Sunday. HIORNS ANCIENT AND MODHKN. Offertory at sack Service towards the Restoration Fund. Over £5,000 already expended. Present. Debt £172 18s. 2ii. ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH CHURCH ABERYSTWYTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY:— Full Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and G p.cn. Holy Communion, on the 1st Sunday in the at II a.m. „T >• 3rd „ at S.39 am. VV EEK DAYS :— Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, Pre- on Saints' Days and Holy-days, at 11 a.m. S-slv Communion, aceord>H<r to notice. HYMN BOOK—Chureh~Hymns/' {S.P.C.IQ ST. 31ARYS (WELSH) CHURCH, Leading out of Bridge Street). SUNDAY :— Welsh Service and Sermon at 9.30 a..TI:, and f? r Hely Communion on the la.st Sunday in the month at 9.30 a.m. or € p.m. according to notice VVESK DAYS — English- Evening Prayer and Sermon, Wednesdav at 7 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon on Thursday at 7 p.m. Communicants' Meeting every Tuesday, at 7 p.m. OFFERTORY AFTEE ALL'TKE 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.ra,—Mixed (Service aad Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) Rev. Canon PHILLIPS, M.A., Vicar. Mr T. GRIFFITHS, K, Mr. EDWARD J. JONES, i ^urcinvaraens. lHufiUfattons. j Yn awr ys, larol, pris chxeckiiaio^ JBLYNBGI03T, AR DESTUNAU AMSrwrot, GAN DANIEL SILVAN EVAXS; B. D. Ail Argraffiad, gyda. Chwanegioa. Aberystwyth.: John Morgan, Argr.uTydd, Swyddfa yr Observe. A notice of the Telynegion," beannar the signa- ture of the Editor, M. G-aidoz, appears in the Febru- ary issue of the Kevu,e Qelliyue, in which trie work is highly eulogised. Tebjnegion have also been reviewed in Yr TT&%1, i Gvjalva, Welshman, South Wales Weekly News, Car- marthen Journals, Carmarthen Reporter, Cardiaan Herald, Montgomeryshire Express- Q-ettecU Gymreig. J NOW READY. LIFE AND LETTERS OF THE REV. I THOMAS CHARLES OF BALA. j EDITED BY THE REV. WILLIAM HUGHES, ¡ Vicar of Llanuwchllyn, Bala. 4 Rhyl: J. MORRIS, 30, High Street. I Price 7s, Gd. By Post 8s. ¡ All Orders to be sent with a remittance to the Rev. William Hughes, Llanuwchllyn Vicarage, Bala. Opinions of the Press. The eminent apostle of Wales will live over s.?ain t in Mr Hughes' pages, and all who wish well to t.he best interests of the Principality will give this book a hearty reception, and desire on its behalf a wide 1 circulation."—Hierpoot- M ere wry. The story of the life and labours of M: Charles of Bala must have a fascination for the devout por- tion of his countrymen, and they cannot fail to have I 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 onr Welsh Methodist friends—to read the book." —Liverpool Daily Post. read the book." —Liverpool Daily Post. "Mr Hughes has entered into his_subject with en- thusiasm, and he has succeeded in writing a very readable life of the great Apostle of Welsh dissent. The book is written with he carping tendencies! There is a manliness of spirit observable throughout." This readable book or. the life of a rernaxkable man should be read by Nonconformists and Church- men alike j both cannot fail deriving benefit there- from."— JSlorth WoX-es Guardian. "Cynwysa y conant hwu bortread prydferth o'i wrthrddrych.Y Golexiad. Fel ysgrifenydd y mae Mr Hughes yn arddangos chwaeth ddillyn, ac y mae e' ardull yn syml a phrvd- ferth.Y Geivedl Gymreig. t I BOOKBINDING OF EVERY DESCRIP- TION AT EDWARD EDWARDS, GREAT DARKGATE- STREET, ABSRYSTWYTSJ Back*numbers of Serial Works Obtained. — — j PAPERHANGING WAREHOUSE. T. THOMAS, 20, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, "VTEW and Choice Stock of Wall Papers at i-1 very low prices. PULPS from 2|d per Piece. SATINS M lfd GOLDS „ Is 6d „ | A CHOICE STOCK OF PICTURES. 1 Pictures Framed, Picture Mouldings, Glavi. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &c. Sanitary Closets. Basin, aDd Trap from 3s 3d. T. THOMAS, I PAINTER, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, &o duration* I TLII] ABE^YSTW VTH COMMERCIAL & GEA MM AT? SCHOOL. Conducted by ME THOMAS OWENS, C.M., la honours of the London University, and late Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales. Pupils prepared for C-muieroial Pursuits, tha Civil I Service, the learned Professions, the Universities and the various Training and Theological Colleges. special attention paid to Kn^lish and Co^iaiereijI Training at moderate charges. As only a feir boarders can be taken in, parents I' who desire special attention to the education of their children would do well to apply eir'y. The master's- whole time is devoted to teaching and superintend- ing the education of the boys. Steps are now being taken to sta-vt science classes ic the School in connection with tue Science and Art Department, South Kensington, for the coming year. The School was ex usrined at the close of the Mid- su nrner term by the Rev D. Adams, B.A. (London), who reported very favourably of the School. Copies of the report supplied on application to the Haa J Mister, Mister, I Terms (which are moderate). "Reports, and Refer- J ences on application. | The School Be-opens on Monday, August 21st, 1882* ARNOLD COLLEGE, SWAN3EAr™ :UNC!i'Al. — Ee*\ EDGAR WILLIAMS, M.A., (Glas.) E D. (Edin. J I7UNE SEA VIEW, Sheltered situation, healthy school-room, spacious playground, well ventila- ted dormitories, separate bod for ea -h b»y, liberal and wholesome diet, discipline strict but kind, ampla teaching power. Backward pupils have special at- tention. Twelve pupils passed various examinations in l8SL Terms stnolly moderate. HILL HOUSE COLLEGE FOE FOUNG LADIES, HAVERFORDWEST. FOR YOUNG LADIES, HAVERFORDWEST. FOE FOUNG LADIES, HAVERFORDWEST. PRINCIPAL—Mrs ANGUS, M.C.P. (wife of the REV Henry Angus), Assisted by EfSiient Governesses and a French Professor. P MRS ANGUS his had a lengthened experience in Tuition, and possesses the highest Testi- monials as to character and ability as a Teacher. .11 The situation is exceedingly healthy, the house i.9 large, and the recreation grounds every way con- venient. The college is in union with the College of Precep- tors, London, and passed 12 pupils at t.'ie Examina- tions of 1S8L References—Revds. Dr. McLaren, Manchester; ,T. Pearson, M.A., Vicar of Fleetwood C. Williams, Accrington; J. Owen, A. J. Parry, Swansea: \Y Edwards, 13.A., The College, Pontypf'o' Dr. Da visa* J. H. Lochore, W. Davies, Esq., M P., Bowen Row- lands, Esq., Q.C.. Havertorowest, etc. The Tem Commences September 19th. ABERAYRON GRAMMAS SCHOOL^ HEAD MASIEI:.—REV. J. WALTER BEES. B.A., Late Scholar and Prizeman of St. David's College" T>ITPIijS prepared for Local and Professional A Examinations.. Special attention can be given to young- men preparing for St. David's College, Lam- peter, and the Theological Colleges. Goocllodgingil very cheap. Terms moderate. A B E E T S T W1T S GUAM MAR SCHODlJ" THIS SCHOOL re-Opens on Monday, July 0136- 1882. CHESTER. I ..o.'l HOUGH C. E E E X SCHOOL. MRS and the Misses Morris receive a few y011:25 Ladies to boar 1 and educate. I Terms and references on application. S T. J 0 H N'S C G L LEG E, Y ST RAD ME [TRIG-. PEFSFF-TFAX AND HEAD MASTER—The Rev JOrili JONES, M.A., sometime Scholar and Prizimaa af Jesus College, Oxford. ASSISTANT MASTERS—C. A. LESLIE, EsQ B.A., 36 John's Col:ege, Ca mbridge, secoad CJtssmu.1 111 Honours in the Mathematic Tripos, and member af the London University. A. T. BRYANT, 88Q B.A, late Scholar and Prize- man of Wadliam College, Oxford, secoad Classmaa in Honours in Classical Moderations, and third. Ciassin in ia Honoun in the Finil Classical School. CAE RLE ON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH- SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. TCT PRINCIPAL.—MISS TRUBSHAW, Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign ani English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Canbridg* Local examinations. For Terms, <~j. Aj. 4 B.te Principal. The School year terms, beginning respectively Janua^- :r'r rl, 4 :h, September 19th; but pupils can be received at any time daring the terms. LADIES COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, VICTORIA TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH, {[n Union with Trinity College, London). PRINCIPAL: MivS. E. MARTE JONES, (F. C. College., Glasgow). Senior Arithmetic and Analysis—REV E P JONES, M.A., B.D, Harmony—D.JENKINS,ESQ., Mus.Bac. (Cantab). Pianoforte and Calisthenics—Miss SXE.VfH. L&Bguages—MABLLK. BERTHE LANi'EIGXE. Junior French—MADLLJ? AURELIE DESILE. Drawing, Painting, and English Literature-MRS. E. MARIE JONES. Commodious and well-ventilated CLsE Room" and Diuing Hall have recently been added to the above spacious House, which is so wel! adapted for school purposes. Special advantages are offered to delicate and bisk- ward pupils. Prospectuses with testimonials on ap- plication, Th-e School Re-opens August 7th, 1882. I NANT EOS HOUSE, 11, LAURA PLACE, ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, t Conducted by Mrs. HAUPTMANN & Miss MORRIS, I who have had much experience in Tuition. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Caaibridga Local Examinations. Th-a wing Room and Bedrooms to let. OXFORD HOUSE, MlEINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. MRS and the MISSES MOUNTFORD, assisted by Masters and a Resident Foreign Governess,, receive twelve Young Lidies to Baird and E incite. JfWssUfl a.re prepared for the Local Examinations. 'Prospectus, &c., on application. The Present Term commenced Jan. 20th. 1882. LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. (Founded 180.5.) He ID Master—ME THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, B.A. (Oxonj, Late Scholar of Jesus College and Seconal Class Honours Moderations. rHE aim ot the education given at this schoo will be sfich as to prepare young men fat Matriculation tft the Universities and Lsmpetsi College also boys__jitQr the Oxford Local and Preliminary Examinations. Terms —6 guineas a year. 2 guineas a term. Terms —6 guineas a year. 2 guineas a term. For farther iotermation apply to the Head Mastes