-r- LLANFIHANGEL-Y-CREUD DYN. The anniversary clerical meeting atLhu.nnaageI. y-Creuddyn took place on the 26th and 27th af June. On Tuesday evening, at half-past six. the Rev J. W. Roberts, vicar of FeliafoeJ, read the ser- vice, the Rev D. Jenkins, vicar of Llanychaiar n, reading the first lesson, and the Rev E. T. Davies, vicar ot Aberdovey, the second, and two sermons were preaehed by the Rev D. Jenkins, and the Rev E. T. Davies. On Wednesday morning, at ten, the service was read by the Rev J. Rees. vicar of Capel Bangor, the lessons by the Rev E. T. Davies, and the preachers were the Rev D. Jenkins, and the Rev E. T. Davies. At half-past two, the Rev J. T. Griffiths, vicar of Llanilar, intoned the litany, and the Rev T. Jones, vicar of Gartheli occupied the pulpit. At six the Rev W. J. Williams, curate of Wrexham, read the service, the lessons being read by the Rev A. Williams, curate of Gogioan, and two sermons were delivered by the Rev T. Jones, and the Rev J. Pugh, vicar of Llanbadarn Fawr. MISIi Evans, New Row, ably presided at the harmonium- Large congregations attended, and powerful ser- mons were delivered. We feel gratetul to the Rev B. Edwards, vicar, for securing such able men to officiate on the occasion.
LLANRHYSTYD. U.D. SCHOOL BOARD —The usual monthly meet- ing was held at Bryn Herbert school on the 29th ult., when there were present Mr D. J. Davies (chairman), Capt J. G. P. Hughes, Messrs Owen Jones and Duid Evans, with the masters of Bryn Herbert, Cofadail, and Llangwyryfon schools. The master of Bryn Herbert officiated as clerk in the absence of Mr James James. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and signed, the board took under consideration the applications of a numerous body of parepts (mothers with one exception) for permission to keep their children at home for two er three months. It was pointed out to them that the holidays would commence in about a month's time when they would have the services of their children (and they are exceedingly small) for about six weeks. The board also stated in plain language their utter inability to accommodate them, and so dismissed them. Respecting a charge against one of the masters of refusing admission to a child, it was discovered that there was not the shadow of a foundation for the statement, and tkat it was really one of the many excuses for evading the authority of the board. Cheques were drawn in payment to the masters of Llangwyryron and Cofadail schools, the sewing-mistress of Cofadail, and Public Works Loan Commissioners. The master of Llangwyryfoh school applied for permission to resign his appoint- ment on the 10th August next. The necessary per- mission was given, with best wishes. The attendance officer reported that he had not got the absentee lists ready on account of illness.
-=- MARKETS. ABERYSTWYTH MONDAY. Wheat 6s 6d to 7s Od; Parley 4a 3d to 4s 6d; Oats, white, 3s 3d to 3s 6d, blriek, 3s Odjto 3s 6d; eggs, 16 for a Is Od; butter, fresh, Is Od to Is Id, salt, lid to Is Od; fowls, per couple, 3s 6d; ducks, ditto, 5s 6d; potatoes, 2d per lb. CARMARTHEN, SATURDAY. There was a good supply of butter in the market to-day, which sold from 1112-d to Is per lb, according to quality. NEWTOWN, TUESDAY. Wheat, 19s Od tr, 22s 6d per 210 Ibs barley, 4s 6d to 5s 6d per 70 lb^; oats, 17s 6d to 21s Od per 225 lbs eggs, 00 to 14 for a shilling butter, Is Od to Is Id. per lb; fowls, 4s 6d to 5s Od per couple ducks, 5a 6d to 6s Od. per couple geese, Os Od to Os Od per lb; tur- keys, Os Od to Os Od per lb pocatoes, 12 lbs for a shilling; beef, 8d to 10d per lb mutton, lOd to Is veal 9d to 10d; pork 7d to 8d; lamb, Is per lb. WELSHPOOL, MONDAY. Wheat, 6<j 9d to 7s 3d per 80 lbs barley, Os Od to Os Od; per 40 quarts; oats, 008 Od to 00s Od eggs, 7 to 8 for a; shilling butter, Os lid to Is Id per lb; fowls 4s Od to 5s 6. per couple ducks, 4s 7d to 6s Od per couple-, geese, Os Od to Os Od each; turkeys, Os Od ) to 0s Od eaoh; potatoes, Os Od to Os Od per bushel.
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD ENQUIRY. THE WATERWORKS. Major Hector Tulloch, one of Her Majesty's in- spectors, held an inquiry at the Town Hall, on Thursday morning, into the conditions under which the Town Council desire to borrow a further sum of .£4,000 for the completion of the service reservoir of the Plynlimon scheme of waterworks. There were also present Alderman John Jones (mayor), Major Bassett Lewis, Chief Constable Alderman John Watkins, Councillors Peter Jones, E. J. Jones, George Green, D. C. Roberts, Isaac Morgan, Richard James, and C. M. Williams, Mr A. J. Hughes, town clerk, and Mr Griffith Jones, Cor- poration solicitor, Dr Jones, Dr Harries, Mr J. E. Thomas, engineer; Mr J. H. Edwards, Great Darkgate-street j Mr Meredith, Gogerddan-cottages; Mr E. Jones Williams, North-parade Rees Jones, borough surveyor and H. L. Evans, borough accountant David Lloyd, Portland-street; Wm. Julian, North-parade; John Jenkins, Queen's stables Rev John Williams, Bridge-street; Messrs John James, Terrace-read; James Williams, builder; Pugh, supervisor, Llanbadarn-road Hugh Hughes, jun., John Morgan, timber merchant J. Jones, Llangawsai Robert Ellis, chemist; David Ellis, ironmonger; Rowland Jones, liar House Edward Ellis, auctioneer Miller, Moor-street slate works; James Powell, rerrace; Capt Garland; Messrs R. E. Williams, King-street; Thomas Hugh Jones, Great Darkgate-street F. R. Roberts, solicitor; Wm. Edwards, mason; Evan Evans, solicitor; John Morris, slate works J. R. Jones, Talbot Hotel; Wm. Williams, solicitor C. Powell, surgeon dentist &c. Mr Griffith Jones said it was his duty to conduct this enquiry on behalf of the Town Council, with his friend the Town Clerk. Two or three years ago an enquiry was held with regard to the Plyn- limon water supply. Major Tulloch investigated the scheme, which had been since carried out very satisfactorily with the exception of the reservoir. The town was now in possession of excellent water, of sufficient quantisy, and even larger than was required by the town and neighbourhood but with regard to the reservoir, that had been an unforta- nate affair. At the request of Major Tulloch he then put in the original plans, on which the work was sanctioned. Major Tulloch enquired why they chose a site like that on the side of a hill, and Mr Jones said there was a difficulty about getting another site. Major Tulloch ridiculed the idea of building a reservoir on sloping ground. When they had got these ranges of almost mountains, to select from, it seeme dto him perfectly absurd te select such a site as that. They had nothing to do but to dig a hole, Mr Griffith Jones said the owner of the land would not grant them any other site, and the Cor- poration were also guided by the engineer. He and Mr Rees Jones then proceeded to explain the plans, which had been carried out but the walls had given way before any water was put in, and since October the Council had been discussing what were the best steps to adopt. They had gone fully into the matter, and almost unanimously adopted the plan of the borough surveyor, who had been in the employ of the Council for a number of years, and had done all work entrusted to him to the satisfaction of the Council, and they believed his plan which would be laid before the inspector would carry out the work as efficaciously and more cheaply than any other. His method was to pare away a poi tion of the old wall, and build a new wall of 3ft 9in into that, with increased batter. He pro- posed to call Mr Rees Jones to explain his plaas, and support him generally. Major Tulloch again referred to the wall bulging when there was actually no pressure; if they had built the reservoir on an ordinary level, they would not have required any masonry or anything. The bills were practically rock, and if they had made a straight cut down, the rock would stand by itself. Mr Gibson here intimated that it might assist the inspector if he had the opinions of other engineers, who had reported on the subject—Mr Robinson, Mr Szlumper, Mr J. E. Thomas, and the Surveyor. At the request of Major Tulloch, Mr Griffith Jones Droduced them. Mr Rees Jones via proceeding to explain where the walls bulged out, when Mr Gibson said they not given way where the made ground was; but the work had been neglected in many ways until the walls bulged out. Mr George Green asked Mr Gibson to produce proof of that, as he contradicted it in toto. Mr Gibson retorted, whereupon M r Griffith Jones said he was afraid they were goiug on debatable ground; and Mr Gibson was again proceeding to inform Major Tulloch as to the object of the enquiry being to obtain £ 1,000 for the old contractors but the inspector pulled him up,and asked that these gen tie- men's reports should be read. Mr Griffith Jones then read Mr Robinson's report, a copy of which we have already published. After tnis (Mr Jones said) instructions were given to Mr Stooke to draw out tresh plans upon the basis laid down by Mr Robinson. He did so, and they were again submitted to Mr Robinson, who sent in another report, which was now read. He also read Mr Szlumper's and Mr J. E. Thomas's report, neither of which agreed with the plans of the Sur- veyor but both agreed with Mr Robinson that the reservoir should be rebuilt entirely. Major Tulloch said that when raser-,oirs were dug in the ground it was not usual to make strong walls, because the ground itself was strong. If they dug a reservoir it was like making a bole in the ground Mr George Green said there were a large number of reservoirs in connection with mines, and not one of them had any masonry. Major Tulloch said that when that plan was sub- mitted to him he thought they were simply going i« have a hole in the ground, and if they could not get the land they should have informed the Local Government Board. He made some further severe strictures as to the common sense of the engineer, which ought to have taught him that if he fuund the rock would not stand, his plan would have been to have gone on excavating until it did stand. Mr Green said that before the buildtng was com- menced he distinctly called the attention of the Couucil to the certainty of the walls giving way. Major Bassett Lewis next asked a series of ques- tions, aud elicited that £900 had been paid to the contractor, that he claimed £ 700, as balance, not to speak of extras, that the engineer had from time to time given certificates upon which the contractor was paid. Ao animated conversatio n was again raisud by Mr Gibson asking that the engineer oughi to be present, to which Major Tulloch said that he had no power to make Mr Stooke attend. The former was again proceeding to make remarks, when Mr Griffith Jones said there appeared to be a good deal of personal feeling, a remark which Mr Gibson repudiated, whereupon Major Tulloch said if this was continued it would drive him to one course, which he did not want to adopt. When he came down to make an enquiry be was very anxious that everybody should have an opportunity of expressing their views, and he should feel no objection to a question or two being put, but be could not allow any interruption of the proceed. ings, or to enter into a squabble, and if it was per- severed in be should only allow each person to speak occe. Mr Gibson asked what he was to do if when he made a statement tbe solicitor contradicted him. If he could not reply then he should "sit down and go away" (loud laughter). Major Tulloch said that when a witness was under examination they were at liberty to ask any ques- tion, In reply to questions, Mr Rees Jones said the walls had given way on three sides very nearly to the extent the engineers had stated, but the wall where the made ground is was secure, and be attri.. buted their giving way to the filling in behind, the ground having been cut perpendicular. His plan was to take down some four feet of the walls from the top, leaving all the batter behind, and then re- build a lining inside of base 3ft 9in against the pre- sent wall, and tie it into it, and make it so as to form one piece of solid masonry. There were stays placed inside 30 feet apart, and the walls would stand but be must admit that the walls were not made with the material specified. Proper puddle bad been used. The cost was to be £ 900. In reply to Mr Gibson, he said there would be considerable thrust it the contractors bad carried out the work as they ought to have done. In reply to Mr Green, he said the east wait would hate given way if the wall were built according to the section first supplied without -any other support. Mr Stooke saw the work about every month, and gave certificates. He had heard Mr Green calling attention to this matter several times. In reply to Major Bsuet Lewis, Mr Jones said a man named James took the eqntract firat, aud it was signed by sureties. It also transpired that one of the cont ractors—Mr Thomas Davies had gone to Patagonia, one of the sureties, Mr Green's son, was in South America, and that Mr Thomas James was the other surety .who had become bond for Mr Thomas Davies. The contract oetween Thomas James and the Council was cancelled at the request of Mr Stooke. In reply to Mr Tulloch, Mr Griffith Jones said there was an agreed sum of £1,000 now owing to the contraotor, for work done, much of it having been done at scheduled prices. t Some further conversation took place, and Mr Griffith Jones read an opinion which he had ob- tained from Mr English Harrison as to the Council's liability to Mr Davies. The items were next gone through. The first item in the estimate was lor cast iron pipes, £8,529, the actual expenditure there being £10,284 17s lid, which included two other small items uot includad in the estimate. Mr Griffith Jones explained how the extra expenditure was to be accounted for. Dr Harries asked whether the engineer had pre- pared a working plan, or whether be had simply used a preliminary plan taken from the parish map? The Surveyor said he had not seen a plan, only the one taken from the parish map, which had been made by Mr J. E. Thomas. The actual sums now required was JE902 for the work to be done at the reservoir, £ 777 4s 7d for mains, £ 1,000 due to the contractor, making a total of £ 3678. Major Talloch said the only difficulty was about the reservoir, which ought never to have been put on that bite. Mr Powell, Terrace, created some diversion, by asking whether Mr Stooke's plan had been submitted to any competent authority. Major Tulloch (laughing) Yes, I think so. I think we must now address ourselves to reetify the error. Mr John James said it was left to the engineer, and he was to do everything that would redound to the credit of the Council. Mr Powell asked. if Mr Stooke was a hydraulic engineer he took to be an imposter ("Oh.") Major Tulloch then decided upon adjourning so that he might visit the reservoir. Later in the after- noon, he resumed the enquiry. At the close, Major Tulloch strongly condemned the site of the reservoir bat thought it would be better to test it by gradually filling it with water to a depth of ten feet. He also intimated that be should recommend the Local Government Board to grant the Council borrowing powers to the extent of X3,000 to pay off their liabilities and complete the work. He promised to make a second visit in order to ascertain the strength of the reservoir.
SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. A very important, and successful sale of freehold property, comprising small farms, pasture lands, cottages and building sites, in all 27 lots, being the Giyngoleu estate, near New Quay, were submitted for sale by public auction on Friday, the 29th ult., by Mr J. W. Rogers, of this town. A very large company assembled at the Black Lion Hotel, where the sale was held. After a spirited address by the auctioneer, who congratulated bis audience upon the generul improvement and advances in landed pro- perty, not only ia CardigaDshire -but throughout the northern counties of the Principality, the lots wertt submitted and arranged in such orders that not only did credit to the auctioneer but gave uri- versal satisfaction to intending purchasers, enabling the poorer classes to become the purchasers of their own little holdings. Lot I and 2 we re offered to- gether, being 39 perehes, cottages and garden land, in the several occupations of Gwen Evans, Ann Davies, Jenkin Jones, and Joba Jones. The reserve not having been reached they were withdrawn. Lot 3, cottage, outbuilding and garden, 27 perches, was knocked down to Mr Joshua Jones, for £ 46 lot 4, 24J perches, fell to the same bnyer at £ 39; lot 6, lr 5|p, cottages and gardens, after a spirited com- petition fell at £81, to John Thomas, Prospect-place; lot 12, 7 perches, cottage and garden, knocked down at £ 25 to Thomas Davies, Victoria-place; lot 13, cottage and garden, in the occupation of John Jones, 11 perches, sold to Evan Evans for £49; lot 15. Glyngoleu Uchaf, house and small farm, 3 acres 1 rood 22 perches, was, after a keen and exciting com- petition, knocked down to the tenant, Mr John Davies, mason, for £ 351; lot 17, a small angle of land, measuring 1 rood 9 perches, knocked down to Mr Lloyd, solicitor, fer £ 35; lot 18, two cottages and gardens, J4 perches, in the several occupations of Thomas Davies and Benjamin Evans, also knocked down to Mr Lloyd for .£65; lot 21, cottages and gardens, 1 rood 10 perches, fell under the hammer at J870 to Captain Evan Davies; lot 22,28 perches, part of arable field in the occupation^-John Jones, was also knocked down to Capt Evan Davies for £30. At the finish of the sale lots 8 and 9 were sold privately for £125. lieveral applications have been received respecting the unsold lots, which are by far the best, aud it fully expected that the whole will be disposed of in a few days. The total amount-realised was £ 873. The result of the sale gave satisfaction to all parties concerned. We hear that Mr Rogers will shortly advertise son e very valuable freehold and leasehold properties situated in the town of Aber. ystwyth and the neighbouring county of Montgomery
MESSRS SAMUEL ALLSOPP A liD SONS' BREWERIES. The above is the title of a little book which has been brought to our notice In which an account is given in dialogue form of the extensive nhture of these works, and after a perusal the natural infer- ence to be drawn is that Sir Wilfrid Lawsou and his flowers have yet much to accomplish before they can rest on their oars. After an interesting history ef Burton and its surroundings, the writer proceeds to give facts and figures connected with the breweries whieh will give the reader some indefinite idea of their magnitude. Between £ 1,400 and £ 1,500 is annually paid for postage stamps. There are forty ledgers, each one containing 25,000 conse- cutive numbers, devoted to the empty casks, and about 30 clerks are kept going in this department. One storeroom is 170 yards in length and 40 yards wide, covering an area of f 1.060 feet, capable of storing 30,000 full casks.' The water used for making the beer is procured from a well 46 feet in diameter. After the cleansing process, the ale is run down into squares, each one capable of holding 3600 gallons,and sometimes 20,00') casks pass through the racking-rooms in one week. Coming to the "uniøn" or tunning-rooms, there is one 375 feet in length, 105 in breadth, and 21 feet high there are 1,424 unions, and they can cleanse 230,688 gallons. In all the nnioa rooms there are between 4,000 and 5,000 casks with a capacity of 695,628 gallons. In the hop room there is generally about 5,000 pookets, containing from 7,000 to 8,000 cwts,all ofthe very best hops that the markets can supply. On one floor, and this not the largest, there would be about 10,000 quarters, which is used in about a fortnight. Next comes the "round" room each round will hold 110 barrels, and on one floor there are 200 rounds. In the "copper" room there are ten eoppers, each one having a boiler capacity of 90 barrels, or a total of 32,400 gal- lons. There are eight mash tubs each one capable of masbing 60 quarters of hops, I and during the season in one room they mash over 4,000 quarters a week. The boilers have a capacity of 280 barrels each, or a total of 40.320 gallons. We may also mention incidentally that the machinery for making ice cost upwards of £ 8,000. One water tank gives a continuous supply Of 60,000 gallons. The firm makes its own casks, the cooperage turn- ing out 600 a week. It has also its own fire brigade, and other requisites. During the year they pay elosw upon £ 170,000 for carriage, it being no uncommon tDing to lpad and unload 400 tracks in one day. It would also appear that Messrs Allsopps and Sons' are most liberal to their employes, as they spend about XIO,000 in providing Christmas fare for them. There is a library for their use, a sick benefit club to which the firm subscribes liberally, and when in- valided or incapacitated by old age each man is ptnsionad off with a liberal allowance. The brbweries proper stand on about 60acres of ground; men and boys, all told, employed about 1,600, ex- clusive of clerks and office ottaff, and the weekly wage bill is nearly £ 3,000. There are about fifty agents in the United Kjngdom, the gentleman who represents the firm, the largest brewery in the world, in this town and neighbourhood being Mr Mr Thomas Wilson, of Hampton House, Railway- terrace.
CHRIST COLLEGE, BRECON- Mr J. Morris Jones has been elected to a mathe- maiical scholarship at Jesus College, Oxford, value m at de80 a year; and on the same day Mr William Lloyd to a soience scholarship. Both are present pupils at Christ College.
THE RETENTION OF THE COLLEGE MEETING OF THE LONDON COMMITTEE A meeting of the London members of lie committee in support of the claims of Aberyst- wyth College was held ou Thursday, to eosa- sider what further steps should be taken i«> bring before the Government the case of t Colleg. The following resolutions were adopted :— 1. That Mr L. P. Pugh, M.P., Mr B. T* Williams, Q.C., and Mr A. M. Dunlop be quested to prepare a full statement of claims of Aberystwth College, and to arrange for an opportunity of placing the same before Lord Carlingford and Mr Mundella on behalf of the Government, and of adducing cvide-;M& in support of their statement. 2. That in the opinion of this meeting it it, desirable, in addition to the numerous and m- fluential memorials already submitted, to as- sure the Government, by means of public- meetings, petitions, or otherwise, of the stro-ng- feeling in the seven counties of Montgom erv, Merioneth, Cardigan, Pembroke, Carmartheav Brecon and Rador.
DEATH OF THE DUKE OF MARL- BOROUGH. The Duke of Marlborough died very sud- denly on Thursday morning, from cordiac syncope, at his residence in Berkeley-square London. a
MONUMENTS for Churches, Churchyards, Cemeteries, executed in Stone, Marble, and may be inspected in the Show Room, at R. DODSOU Marble Works, Snow-hill, Shrewsbury. FOR MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEADSTONE^ and Every Description of Monumental Work, appl1 to—JAMES, HOSKINO & MILLER.Moor Street, Aper ystwyth. Show Yard—Opposite the Railway StatK>»'
(JcUiitc'j etc. TiO VISITORS.—To L;et, Furnishecl, for the Sum- mer, the whole or part of Ho. 60, Marine Terr=v-3, facing the moderate terms.-Apply to Mrs Tnomas Davies, on the premises. "|VT O. 36, Pier Street, to be Let from the 12th of 1.1 May. For particulars apply to Mr William Jones Registrar., 26, North "°arade. ?T*0- be Let, Tjisbnrne House .Terrace-road.—Pa». JL ttcalars -on application to Messrs W. Edwards g.n.1 Co., Terrr ice-road. ~J AISTGD, Agents, &c.,to sell Teas, in Packet ''11 or Loose also French Coffees. The most pf't' .>le Agency in the trade.—Write for particulars ti A.' UN Tea Company, 132, Upper Thames-street, —Established 1844. n ITES about Furnishing will do well to call at IJAVID ELMS, Furnishing and Builders' Iron- itn Great Daikgate-atreet, Aberystwyth. Tin- Goods, repaired. F :j;SYSTWTTH.—Winter Residence, Plynlimon (' Houae, No 5, Victoria-terrace, near the Con- sfU'i.fir.n Hill. Sheltered from East and North jc■> Terms vory moderate. Good cooking and wf ^nre, Apply to i *< sI^HED HOUSE TO LET.—To Let, with i1 immwiate possession, ENFIELD HOUSE, No. V, Victoria-terrace. Contains s,e rooms, with garden plot, and all conveniences, L; < santly situated at the foot of Constitution Fill >!ose to the Beach, has a magnificent view of fj« -.iio-an Bay, and is protected from the north and ^a-,t inds.—Apply, Miss Hughes, Pembroke House, Qar Li s-road. u., nno LET, 31 and 33, Bridge-steet, containing Five A. Bedrooms, Drawing Rooms, Two Parlours, wui., Bath Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Commodious Cellar, Yard, and other conveniences.-Apply at 27, Bridge-street. TO LET, No 2, Trinity-place, Buarth Mawr.— Apply, R. Williams & Son, builders. 1-0 BE LET, with immediate pco-ession the TALBOT HOTEL and FARM, T*G £ *ron, (the present occupier having been ap- pointed clerk to the Tregaron Board of Guardians and superintendent-registrar, must cease to be a licensed victualler). The Hotel was entirely rebuilt and .thoroughly completed three years ago, and is the only Commercial and Posting House in all its twrieHs in the town. The Farm, consisting of about 3;)) acres of land,is in an excellent state of cultivation. —Rj.?? opportunity. For further particulars apply to THE occupier, J. DBWI WILLIAMS, Tregaron. TO LET, with immediate possession, Nos. 31 and JL ;t3, Portland-street, with gardens attached, and back cutrance into Portland-lane.—Apply to Mr John WPitkins, 16, North Parade. BRIGHTON HOUSE, No 7, VICTORIA TERRACE. TO LET, 2 Dining Rooms, 3 Drawing Rooms, 5 Double-Bedded and 7 Single Bed Rooms, Plea- santly situated, facing the sea, and well sheltered. Highest references given. Good Cooking and at- tendance. Apply to MRS DOUGHTON. Q c E A ~N VIEW, 3, VICTORIA TERRACE. HANDSOMELY Furnished House, or private Apartments, short or long period 3 large and 1 small entertainment Rooms, 11 Bedrooms; Hot and Cold Water Baths, Housekeeper's Room, Butler's Pantry. The house has recently been hand- somely fitted up throughout. The sanitary arrange- ments are quite perfect. BRYNYMOR ROAD, ARERYSTWYTH. 7TX) 8E LET, with immediate possession, by the _L raonth or year, A FURNISHED Leasehold VILLA, containing four bedrooms, two parlours, kitchen, &c., also flower and kitchen garden. It is pleasantly situated, and within a few minutes' walk of the sea. Apply to Mr E. Davies, Wannfawr, Aberystwyth ABERYSTWYTH. TO BE LET, Furnished, for two or three months, or for a longer period, GLEN VIEW VILLA, prettily situated within one minute's walk of the aferine Terrace and Beach. The house is well fur- cjshsd, and containing, dining, drawing, and five b«d rooms, &c. Terms Moderate.-Apply to Mrs Bidcell, above address. "Wf ANTED, to Purchase a Large Quantity of 11 EGGS every week. Apply to— G. WILKINSON, l';GG MERCHANT AND GAME DEALER, 8, North Parade, Aberystwyth. BRISTOL AND CLIFTON PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1864. INCORPORATED 187 MS H L. EVANS, Borough Accountant, is the Sole Agen t in Aberystwyth, through whom all applications for Loans on Mortgage are requested o be made. ONEY-SUMS from £ 50 to .£2,000 are ready to M be advanced at short notice, repayable by fixed instalment-i extending over periods from one to fifteen years, at the option of the borrower, upon security of houses or land in England or Wales.- Apply to Mr F. Pinch, Secretary of British Workman tfRcl General Benefit Building Society, 3, Wood-street, Bath. FoKTHCOMING SALES- By Mr 0. DANIEL. Freehold Farm, Scyborycoed," at the Castle Inn, Hanon, July 26. Growing Hay, Castle Hill Lawn, July 13. E'jgair Hir and other Lead Mines, at the Lion Hotel, July 23rd. By MR JOHN BAKER. Horses, Cattle, &c., Aberystwyth Smithfield, Aug. g By Mr JOHN WILLIAMS. Furniture, Pencefn, Sunny Hill, Tregaron, July 13 By Messrs HAMER & GRIFFITHS. Freehold Farm, Pantwhilog," at the Black Lion Hotel, Llanrhystyd, July 18. By Mr J. JORDAN JONES. Freehold Farms, "Cwmllydau," &c., at the Vale of Aeron Inn, Ystrad, July 26 Freehold Farm, Brymwyn," &c., at the Castle Hotel, Lampeter, July 27th By Mr E. J. MORGAN. Freehold Properties, "Factory, Nebo," &c., at Cross Inn, August 3rd By Mr EVAN MORGANS. Freehold Properties, at the Talbot Hotel, Tregaron, July 17th
THE COMING SEASON. The prospects of the season are so far very encouraging, visitors arriving at the seaside in large numbers. The railway facilities have been much improved, and offer great induce- raerts to the inhabitants of Manchester and Liverpool, as well as of Birmingham and London, to run down to Aberystwyth, Bar- month, Towyn, and the other watering-places on Cardigan Bay. The Cambrian Railway Company is doing much to deserve success, and we trust the efforts will meet with the reward they merit. Nor are the authorities and inhabitants of these summer resorts behind-hand in providing for the comfort of those who patronise them. In Aberystwyth every precaution is taken by the authorities to keep the town in the cleanest condition, whilst the boatmen are most attentive to their customers. Mr Smith's little steamer and Major Braddon's yacht, with various pleasure and fishing craft, give the bay quite an animated aspect. On the Promenade Pier Mr Palmer provides a superior vocal and musical entertainment, whilst the lovers of indoor amusements are supplied with excel- lent theatrical fare by Miss Rainbow. Devil's Bridge, of course, is a great attraction, and many other localities are frequently resorted to. Mr Grove has also provided a very suitable recreation ground, where lawn tennis, archery, bowls, swings and quoits can be flayed. Mr Humphreys-Owen, ia a letter to Mr 1 Stuart Reodel, very vaguely, and in a sort of would-if-I-coald fashion, attempts to reply to Mr L. P. Pugh' criticism of Mr Rendel' letter published in our columns last week. We understand that the Rev Principal Edwards has received an invitation from the Queen-street Congregational Church, Wolver- hampton, to become its pastor. The stipend is not far short of a thousand a year. Mr Edwards need not become a member of the Congregational Union. We have the best reason for believing that the Principal will not leave the College before its future fate has been decided.
LOCAL AND DISTRICT NEWS. Dr Rees, "Gwilym Hiraetheg," preached at the Welsh Independent chapel on Thursday evening. The rev. gentleman has fairly recovered from his rc. cent illness. "~DETTHETJB GRAMMAR SCHOOL.—Mr G. E. Robin- son son of the Rev E. Robinson, vicar of Penrhos, has been appointed to the vacant head mastership of L Deytheur Grammar school, a post held for upwards of twenty years by his father. Mr G. E. Robinson has lately graduated in 3rd class honours. SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY AT WELSHPOOL. —On Friday afternoon, the 29th ult., Messrs Morris and Cresswell conducted an extensive sale of valuable property at the Pheasant Hotel. The property is situated in Welshpool, The Cefn, Buttington, Bur. geddin, Guilsfield, and Meifod, and belonged to the late Edward Humphreys, Belle Vue. There was a very large number of owners of property present. The vendor's solicitor was Mr Charles Jones. The proceeds of the sale were £ 6000. SALE OF PROPERTY IN CARNARVONSHIRE.—On Saturday, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son sold by auction the fallowing property at the Royal Sportsman Hotel. Carnarvon: Bead Gwenan, comprising 13a Sr .llp, Lord Newbrrough, Glynllifon Park, < £ 1260; Cae Halen, comprising 5a Ir 5p, Lord New. borough, £ 560; lots 3 to 8 inclusive, comprising parts of Cae Iago were sold to Mr O. T. Owen, Dorothea; Talymaes, comprising 13a Or 16p, was bought by Mr O. Jones for £ 560; Cae Cipns, comprising 18a 2r 15p, was purchased by Mr Hugh Roberts for £1000. THE PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY AND THE SUNDERLAND CALAMITY.-The Prudential Assur- ance Company, as in other cases, promptly forwarded relief to. the sufferers in the recent sad calamity in Sunderland. Of the 182 poor children who lost their lives, thirty-five were insured in this office, and a telegraphic message was at once sent to the district agent, Mr R. D. Hill, directing him to make advances to the relatives in anticipation of the regular settle- ment ef claims, which amount to .£246, SALE OF PROPERTY.—Mr J. Howell Thomas, of the firm of Howell and Thomas, Carmarthen, recently offered for sale by auction, at the Black Lion Hotel, I Cardigan, the Gwbert, Towyn farm, and Bryngwyn. The Gwbert was sold to Mr Josiah Williams, I maltster, Penbryn, for £ 1850; Towyn farm was with- drawn, the highest bid being-86,000; the extent of j this farm was 331a 3r 28p. Bryngwyn farm, in the parish of St Dogmells, was sold to the tenants, Messrs J. and T. Griffiths, for < £ 2,650. ¡ THE PRINCIPALSHIP OF LLANGOLLEN COLLEGE.— We understand that the Rev J. A. Morris, of this I town, will be proposed for the vacant principalship of the above college. Among his chief supporters we observe the names of Dr Davies (president of Haver. fordwest College), Principal Edwards of Aberystwyth College, Professor Mortimer Angus, Professor Ethe, Professor D. Silvan Evans, and Professor Rhys, of Oxford. The vacancy will be filled up at the annual meeting, which takes place in a few weeks. FATAL ^ACCIDENT.—Mr W. Aylmer Lewis, the borough coroner, held an inquest at the Plough Inn, Oswestry, on Tuesday evening, upon the body of John Lewis, aged 56, who had been in the service of Messrs Barlow, timber merchants, and the proprie- tors of a sawing machine adjacent to the Cambrian Railways at Oswestry. On Monday morning, the deceased, whist occupied in disposing of some loaded timber waggons, was crushed between the buffers of two waggons and received injuries from which he died the following morning. The jury con- ferred for some time, and ultimately decided in favour of an adjournment until Thursday, for the attendance of a Board of Trade inspector. Approximate return of the traffic receipts on the Cambrian Railway d for the week ending July 1,1883. —Miles open ISOf. Passengers, parcels, &c., £ 2,077; merchandise, minerals, and live stock, < £ 1,581 total for the week, < £ 3,658. Actual traffic receipts for the corresponding week last year :-Miles open, 180f. Passengers, parcels, &c., £ 2,065; merchandise, min. erals and live stock, < £ 1,888; total for the week, < £ 3,951. Aggregate from commencement of half. year to this date, < £ 77,911; aggregate last year. £ 83,271. Increase:—Passengers, parcels,&c., < £ 12; de- crease: merchandise, minerals J&c, £ 305; total decrease for the week, .£293; aggregate decrease from com- mencement of half-year to this date, £ 5,360.—J. CONACHER, secretary and accountant. CARNARVON AND THE NORTH WALES COLLEGE.— The first list of subscriptions promised in Carnarvon towards the North Wales College was issued on Saturday by Mr Robert Newton, the general secre- tary. The total amount is .£3652, inclusive of the value of a site promised by Mr Assheton Smith and set down at £ 1,500 and .£250 by Major Piatt, whose subscription of .£256 also figures in the list published by the Bangor committee. The high sheriff of Car- narvonshire (Mr John Owen) ogives £ 200, Mr Darbi- shire and Mr W. Dew (Brynbras Castle) 100 guineas each subscriptions of £ 50 are given by Messrs Hugh Pugh, Pierce, and Williams ^Golden Goat); 20 guineas by the Rev E. Herber Evans and Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. auctioneers; the donors of .£20 being Messrs MiltingtoR, J. B. Allanson, Morgan Lloyd (wine merchant), Morris Owen (solicitor), and J. T. Jones, Portdinorwic. EXCURSIONS.—On Monday, between fenr and five hundred excursionists arrived herefrom Birmingham. They were composed of the members and friends of the Baptist Sunday schools in thatjtown, and started about five a.m., arriving here phortly before eleven. Tea was provided for them in the afternoon st:the Corn Market. Mr Garner being the caterer. Through the liberality of the Marchioness of Londonderry, Mr David Howell, Dolguog, the Rev Mr Buckley Owen, and other friends, the Rev R. Jon& rector of Darowen, has been able to give the scholars, to the number of about 130, of his Sunday school a treat to the seaside, and the excur- sion was accordingly made to this town on Monday, when they thoroughly enjoyed themselves. REPORTED RESIGNATION OF THE REV D. PUGH EVANS, M.A., VICAR OF CARMARTHEN.—It is re- ported that this gentleman has resigned the living of St Peter's, Carmarthen. During the five years which have elapsed since Mr Evans was appointed to the living (vacated by the death of the Rev Latimer M. Jones) he has made himself increasingly useful. He has abstained from all controversial matters, such as politics, has been always at his post in parochial work, and has been. prominently before the pnblic as a temperance advocate. The coffee tavern move- ment owes the footing which it has gained in Carmar- then mainly to his energy and enterprise, while he has materially aided the cause of education by being an active governor and visitor of the Girls' High School at Carmarthen. Under all these circumstances, it was only to be expected that a strong effort would be induce the vicar to reconsider his determination, and, with that object in view, several gentlemen called upon Mr Evans on Saturday, The vicarage of Car. marthen, though not very*valuable in point of in. come. is an important appointment. It is in the gift of the Bishop of St David's, and has a gross income of iUOO, with a house, the population of the parish being 4,798. The present vicar was appointed in 1878, having been previously rector of Trafonen, near Oswestry, and was made rural dean of Upper Carmarthen in 1879. PROPERTY SALE IN ANGLESEY,—On Thursday week by Messrs W. Dew and Son, Bangor, at the Bal Hotel, Llangefni, a freehold estate of 137a. Or 22p was disposed as follows:—Parish of Bodedern— Rhyddynyfed, 43a Or 22p, £ 1560, Mr Lewis, Cleifrog; part of Trosylon, 13a 2r SCp, £ 660, Mr T. Owen, Plasmynydd, Bodedern; Cae Tros Lon, la 3r 38p, £ 160, Colonel W. H. Thomas; lease »f the Farmers' Arms, £ 86, Mr J. Jones, Llanerehymedd; Pen y Pen y CTaig, 226^-p, £ 275, Catherine Owen, tenant; Tanygraig, 1r 34 2-3p, £ 45, MrT. Owen, Penmynydd; Penterfyn, lr 20ip, .££8, Mr r. Owen. Llanbadrig parish—Pant y Gwydd, 5a 3r 27p, £ 240, Mr Hughes, tenant. Llanfechell parish--Waun Maesmawr, 2a 3r 2p, £ 210, Rev W; Hughes, tenant Maesmawr, 348, 2r 33p, Mrs Ellen Thomas, Neuadd, Amlwch. £ 1480^jpart of Maesmawr, 9a 2r 15p, £ 320, Mr R. Williams, Llanfechell; 8a Or 32p, £ 300, Mrs Ellen Thomas. In Amlwch parish, the Afelin Adda mills and three other lots were- withdrawn. In Llanilyfni parish, Carnarvon—Frondeg, 4a Or 29p, £ 180, Mr Parry, tenant; Cae Fyny. 4-PISO, ditto. Total, .£5670. Messrs Meyneil and Pemberton were the vendors' solicitors. This being the first important sale in Anglesey whieh Mr Dew has conducted since his illness, he was wasrsaly congratulated apon his return t o active biuuwss* Tow. BAND.—Mr Handley has brought together t ] an excellent little band this summer. Visitors and inhabitants speak very highly of their performances, which certainly are most creditable. A very neatly designed ornamental "sign" has been executed by Messrs Ellis, Northgate Foundry, 8 for Messrs T. Powell & Co., Market-street. The name is surrounded by fancy iron work, and presents t a pleasing appearance. MEDICAL.—At Guy's Hospital last week Mr Ed- ward Roberts, M.R.C.S., L.S.A., son of Dr Jacob Roberts, obtained the Mackenzie Bacon Prize open to senior students, for medical opthalmoscopy. There were seven competitors. THE PIER,-The evenings' entertainment here are fully worthy of support. Mr Palmer has provided first-class talent, which is fairly supported, but oer. tainly not to the extent deserved. We hope as the season progresses the attendances will be larger, and that Mr Palmer will be justified by results in the heavy venture he has undertaken. FISH IN THE RHEIDOL.—Mr Morgan, Nantceirio Hall, caught a trout, weighing 2| lbs, in excellent condition, in the Rheidol, near his residenoe, a few days ago. Mr Oliver Roberts, The Green, has also caught a large number of fish, by means of a net, close to the Trefechan bridge. A number of eels and small fish have been hooked in Pwll Simon. Some very fine fish are frequently caught in the pools among the mountains. BIJOU THEATRE.—Miss Rainbow and her company continue to attract a large share of public patron. age and suppport. indeed the attendance is much more satisfactory from week to week, a clear proof of the favourable opinion formed of the dramatic efforts made. The Haytors also continue to hold their own in the public estimation, and there is every prospect of a successful season. OXFORD EXAMINATIONS.—-Among those who took their degree on Saturday at Oxford (from Jesus Col. lege) was Mr E. James Evans, sos of the Rev Mor- gan Evans, Llangwyryfon. LOCAL BANKRUPTCY.—Jane Pugh, 31, Shipbuil. ders'-row, Aberystwyth, widow. BICYCLE CLUB.—Runs for July Wednesday 4th, at 7, Penllwyn; Saturday, at 2.30, Machynlleth Wednesday 11th, Round Gogerddan Saturday 14th, Devil's Bridge; Wednesday 18th, Goginan Satur- day 21st, Round Crosswood Wednesday 25th, Nant Eos Saturday 28th, Aberaeron. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIANISM IN CARNARVON- SHIRE.—The new chapel which has been erected for Eos Saturday 28th, Aberaeron. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIANISM IN CARNARVON- SHIRE.—The new chapel which has been erected for the English Presbyterian congregation at Carnarvon is to be opened to-morrow and the following days. It occupies a commanding site in Castle-square, midway between the North and South Wales Bank and the Post-office, and has been built by Mr R. R. Williams, from the designs of Mr Richard Owen, Liverpool, at an outlay of £ 4,030. The preachers at the opening services include the Revs D. C. Davies, M.A.; T. C. Edwards, M.A., principal of Aberystwyth College; the Rev Owen Edwards, B.A., pastor of the church and other well-known ministers.
DEATH OF MR CARESWELL. The announcement of the death of Mr Careswel], Alfred-place, will be received with sincere re- gret by a large circle of his friends in tjhis town and throughout this and the neighbouring counties. It took place, after a comparatively short illness, at his residence on Saturday afternoon. The deceased had been a traveller representing the firm of Messrs Alfsopp & Sens for about nineteen years, and only a few months ago he was superannuated with a liberal allowaoee. He WitS highly respeeied by his firm, whom he faithfully served, his customers, and all with whom he came in contact. He was in the 72od year of his age, and it is said that death was accelerated by an accident which befel him while on a visit to some friends at Kerry, Montgomeryshire, He and another person were in. the act of descend- ing a flight of stairs, when both of them fell, and Mr Careswell had the misfortune to disclose his thumb, and also received some injury to his head. His funeral took place on Wednesday afternoon, when, notwithst ndmg the inclement weather, his remains were. follnwetl to the grave by a large num- ber of friends. At tde hoase, the Rev J. H. Davies officiated, and tlu choir of St Michael's church sang a suitable hymn. AlWward* the procession moved to St Michu»Ts churahyard, where his remains were interred in the family vault of Mr Ravenhill, the two families beiLu related by marriage. The Rev J. H. Davies again officiated.
THE WELSH EDUCATION BILL. It is understood that the Bill contains clauses^ providing for the conversion of existing en- dowed schools of an unsectarian character, aBd for charging the local rates with the cost higher schools. Mr Pugh has given notice that, on the se- cond reading of the Representative Peera* (Scotland) Bill, he will move "that, in the opinion of this House, it is not expedient t<6 alter the procedure at the election of Repre- sentative Peers for Scotland except by L measure providing more generally for a reform, of the constitution of the Upper House." Two new features are introduced into the. Aberystwyth Observer this week, being a serial tale, by. the well-known author Mr Manviile- Fenn, and a column entitled Gossip on Dreg. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Several communications are unavoidably held overs.
ABERAERON. Mr Edward J. Robertson, Regent-street, of this town, successfully his enaminatioii at master at the maritime exa- mination held at Plymouth nn the 29th ult. Mr Evan Jonas, Gilfachyrhalen, also passed hit examination as mastw, -At-. Swansea, on the samedate. The result of the receipt examinatton in geology under the- Science and Art Department wall received on Wednesday. Out cf tllteen candidates presented three only were ■< he successful candidates were the followingE. W". Evans* Pontsaeson William Rhys Davies, post office David TRtm Jones, Mue-f. lii-; John Jenkins, North Road; David P. Jones, Bryndewi; Jenkin Davies, post office John Jones, Aberarllh 5., D. Lloyd Evans, London House; John Bowen Davies, 4, Albam- square Evan Evana, Sailors Arms, W. Lewis Owen, M)<) Jane Jones, Lima House. The class was under the tuition of the Rev J. Walter Rees, B.A., of the Grammar School. lailit, result is highly creditable. REMARKABLE DISAPPEARANCE Of all Lirt from everything By using1 Hudson's Extract of Soap. REWARD' r Parity, Health, Perfect Satisfaction, By its regular daily use.
BIRTHS DA VIES.-July 3rd, at 32, High-street, the wife of" Mt' Henry Davies, tailor, of a daughter. JAMES.—July 2nd, the wife of Mr John James, plas- terer, Silon Bouse, Festiniog (late of this toYm),ci§ a daughter. JONES.—June 23rd, the wife of Mr Rowland D, Jones, grocer, Ac., Berriew-streefc, Welshpool, of daughter. MORRISH.—June 26th, at Jackson's-laue, Carman then, the wife of Mr F. Morrish, of a Bon. MARRIAGES DAVIES—PRICK.—June 29th, at the pariah church, Llanddewi-brefi, by license, by the Rn Lewis T. Rowland, B.D., vicar, Mr Thomas Davies, junior, Penybont, to Mary Jane, eldest daughter of Mr Rees Price, Llanddewi-brefi. PARRY—JAMES.—July 4th, at the Tabernaole chapel., by the Rev William Jones, registrar, Mr Joseph Parry, Cwmnewidion-issa, to Miss Jane James,. Llanerehpentir. LLOYD—EVANS.—July 5th, at Shiloh chapel, by licence, by the Rev William Jones, registrar, Mr David Hoyd,Pantywern. Montgomeryshire, to MisS Susannah Evans, Great Darkgate. street. PTIGH—JONES.—June 30th, at the Wesleyan Llwyngwril, by the Eev W. Evans, Towyn, assisted by Mr Morris Jones, registrar, Mr Owen Pugh, smith, to Miss Ann Jones, Ty-capel, both of Llwyn- gwril. REES—LEWIS.—July 4th, at the parish church of Llanddewi-aberarth,by the Rev W. Owen Edwards,, vicar of Henwnyw, Mr John Rees, grocer, Rhym. ney, to Miss Elizabeth Lewis, Custom House, Aberayron. SiNNETT—GBiFMTHa.—June 21st, at St MichaeFs- parish church, Cwmavou, by the Rev J. Sinuett, R.D., father of the bridegroom, assisted by the Ven. the Archdeacon of Llandaff, and the Bev W. H. Sinnett, M.A., brother of the bridegroom, MR James Maurice Sinnett, solicitor, Llandovery, to Miss Griffiths, daughter of the Rev John Griffiths,, R.D., vicar of Cwmavon. WiLLEs—HoQG.—jMe 26th, at StMichael's Church, Alfred Athearn, only surviving son of the late Sidney Willes, of Peckbam, Surrey,ito Esther, only surviving daughter of Mrs Hogg, Marine-terrace. WILLIAMS—JoNES.July 2nd, at the register office^ by Mr John Jones, registrar, Mr Richard Williams, miner, to Miss Mary Jones, both of Salem, LlaJl." badam-fawr. DEATHS. B EBB.-June 30th, aged 52 years, Mr Evan Bebb., bookseller, Llanfair Careinion. BURKE.—June 30th, at Llanidloes, Patrick Burke, for ten years a sergeant-major in the Shropshire Militia, aged 69. BURTON .-July 1st, aged 37 years, Jane, the wife of Mr Owen Burton, Esgair For,LIaawrint near Mach- ynlleth. JAKES.—June 22nd, at Cawrence, Llangoedmore Mrs". Sarah Eliza James, daughter of the late Rev Thoa. Thomas, rector of Aberporth, aged 77 years. FBiLUps.—June 25th, at St Mary's-lane, Cardigan, Thomas, eldfst son of Mr Thomas Phillips, cabinet maker, aged 19 years. SIMCOX.—May last, at the Vicarage, Porallgahau., New Zealand, Hubert Edward Canning, the only • and beloved son of the Rev F. E. T. Simcox. CABEitWELL- June 30th, aged 72 years, at Portland- street, Mr George Careswell. GRIFFITH.—June 26th, aged 78 years, Mr Evan Grif* fith, Tanyfedw Farm, near Dolgelley. JONES.—June 30th, aged 66 years, at the College, Llwyngwril, Mr Owen Jones, mason. JONES.—June 24th, aged 85 years, Mrs Janett Jones,. Pantycelyn, Dyffrya Ardudwy. JONES.—Jane 30th, aged 72 years, at 12, Corporation* street, after a long illness, Mrs Mary Jones, wife of Mr Edward Jones, blacksmith at Messrs Ellift9 Foundry. MILLS.—June 29tb, aged 60 years, at 26, seylzons, street, Aberdare, Rachel, the wife ef the late Ms Evan Mills. MOYES.—June 26th, Mr William Moyes, grocer, North Walsham, and brother-in-law to Mrs ionesr, Tymawr, Borth. OLIVER.—June 29th, aged 2 years, at Union-street* John Richard, son of Mr John Richard Oliver* shoemaker. • ROWLANDS.—July 6th, aged 88 years, at WaunfaWro, Tregaron, Mrs Rowlands, 18, North-parade, in thilg town. Deceased will be buried at Llanddewi-broll on Wednesday afternoon. SMITH.—June 28th, aged 13 months,George Tempany* youngest son of the late Mr G. T. Smith, auc- tioneer, &c. Mil I _!<!«! II II !!) —"