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Salto lis auction* CARDIGANSHIRE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. THJS following Farms, Leaseholds, &c., forming JL part of Crosswood Estate, will be offered for Sale IN AUGUST NEXT, unless previously disposed of:- Parish of Llanfihangel Geneu'rglyn. CamTgowydd Farm, Fields at Bow Street, Lease- -.tJølds :i..t Bow Street and Penygarn. Parish of Llaubadarn Fawr. Tpg-raig, near Devil's Bridge. Parish of Rhostie. Cfeeda Cottage and Field. Parish of Llanddewi Brefi. Etesgraig Sheepwalk at Llyn Eiddwyn. Parish of Llanfihangel Ystrad. p "BSa^dytene, Leasehold at Ci'ibyn and Fields, Garn- • foel, Nanthenfoel Fawr and Nanthenfoel Fach, UaE.fcgin.tach. Field and Leaseholds. Parish of Silian. BStydygof Farm. Parish of Dihewid. Essafcygwiel, Fronddu. Cssssswood Estate Office, Birchgrove, Aberystwyth, 24th Jane, 1884. CARDIGANSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. THE following FARMS will be Sold by Auction .&- in SEPTEMBER next. In the Parish of Llanfihangel Geneu'rglyn :— PENRHYNGERWIN, .•(Overlooking the Estuary of the Dovey). ALLTGOCH, FBONGOCBE, GLANDYFI, CWMERE, DYNIN, CAEMARDIN. ¥n the Parish of Gwnnws :— BLAENCWM, ABERGWMGU. In the Parish of Llanilar :— CRAIG WEN. In the Parish of LIanychaiarn :— MORFA BYCHAN, TY'NYFEON. Agply to Messrs ROBERTS and EVANS, Solicitors, iSJtesrystwyth. ESTABLISHED IN 1854. J. W. ROGERS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER S BY AUCTION of Horses, Carriages, Cat. c. fcle and other Live Stock, Agricultural Produce, ew. Owner's Premises or elsewhere. Valuations or ifrabate Duty and the Transfer of Business. ARBITRATIONS AND REFERENCES IMPAR- TIALLY CONDUCTED. BOUSES, LAND, ESTATES, &c., offered for -ooze fey Auction on the usual terms, including the greeioss inspection of each lot. IMMEDIATE CASH ADVANCES Qw- G-eeds of every description consigned for absolute Sale. IkTI$ of Sale, Assignments and Distraints enforced fecstworthy Bailiffs, under strict supervision. 18LB.—The highest references to a large circle of ■~3Besident Clients, N. P. Bank, Solicitors, and others, Eratgoired. fersoaal Supervision given to all Sales and Valul. ORES. I&sillS: under the Agricultural Holdings Act. itasefcien and Estate Offices, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. •^Mas £ kly Sales of Live STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c MS J. W. ROGERS begs respectfully to announce that he will hold Monthly Sales of Cattle, SSocasa, Sheep, Pigs, Agricultural Implements, .:Cw=izges, &e., in the Sraithfield, Aberystwyth, on he, FIRST MONDAY IN EVERY MONTH, at Eleven afeLoek at noon. Etefcries for the SALE on the FIRST MONDAY D. raeKfc month are respectfully requested. To be -emf; iIll at least a week previous to Sale, to be in- cfinaied in advertisements. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY. PART OF PENGLAISE ESTATE. '•SlTHE under-mentioned Farms, Cottages, Land, •JL <&c., will be offered for Sale in August Next:- Tymawr, Clarach. Field, near Pengwmrim. lyncwm., near Aberystwyth. Rhydlwyd. "Troedrhiwllwyd. Pwllygilod. "Troedyrhiw, Llausgrug. 53 Fields, near Parson's Mill. INantygleisiod House, Cottage, and Field. 2, Queen-street, Aberystwyth. Whole of Penyrhancer. lilwynteiS. Farm and Cottage. Droscol. Twnbwlchan, near Llanrhystyd. NOTICE. ""ENMITIES haying Furnished Houses or Apartments JL to Let should call or send full particulars as to MHBtsc'ber of Rooms, when vacant, rental, &c., to Mr -,a- W. Rogers, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Terrace JIrMd. No charge for registering same. NOTICE. I JOHN B A K E R, AUCTIONEER, PRACTICAL VALUER COMMISSION AGENT, &c., KSffiEYDYPENAU FARM, BOW STREET, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. JF. B. efficiently conducts all kinds of Property Sales vawril Valuations, and begs to annouce that his next BBomtMy Sale of Horses, Cattle and other Live Stock, «4JSfi triages, &c., will take place ON MONDAY, AUGUST 4TH, 1884, ..M u..3O prompt. Early entries respectfully solicited G be sent to the Auctioneer as above, as they may <5 daly announced. JKarsee and Cattle bought and sold on commission ABERDOVEY. FREEHOLD COTTAGES. m ESSES R. D. ROBERTS & SON have been favoured with instructions by the Rev. T. Kseh&rdson, vicar of Rhyl, to Sell by Public Auction, at the Dovey Hotel, ON TUESDAY, JULY 22ND, 1884, TB&ose Four Freehold Cottages with Gardens, known •3W -'Penhelig Brook," pleasantly situated on the jbaak over-looking the woodlands of Nantiesin and Stanfcelig Brook, adjoining the Vicarage, having a of 60 ft. by 110 ft. long, always well ten- minted, and are let at the nominal rental of J £ 5 each annum. The Houses are substantially built a"a,1.?.ther°ugh repair, and will be sold subject to conditions there and then produced. Ssk to commence at 4 p.m. prompt.-For further Howell, Esq., Solicitor, A°ctloneerB at their Auction wwcee, Wellington Chambers, Rhyl. Salens b)1 auction. CARDIGANSHIRS MPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE HENDREFELEN ESTATE, situate in the JL Parish of Yspytty Ystwyth, in the County of Cardigan, the property of Francis Hughes Gibb, Esquire, will be offered for sale by public auction n August next in suitable and convenient lots. Full particulars will appear shortly. ROBERTS AND EVANS, Solicitors. Aberystwyth, April 29th, 1884. CARDIGANSHIRE. RHIWBREN, LLANARH, Very Important Sale of an exceedingly Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, distant about Two Miles from the Seaport Town of Aberayron. MESSRS J. HOWELL TEOMAS & THOMPSON are favoured with instructions to sell by auction, at the Black Lion Hotel, Lampeter, at Two o'clock in the afternoon, On FRIDAY, the 25TH day of JULY, 1884, the undermentioned valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, in Four Lots, viz LOT 1.—All that Cottage and Garden, with well- established blacksmith's forge, called"PENYRORKA," situate in the above parish, containing by estimation Oa lr 20p., or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mrs Jane Jones, held by her under a lease for the unex- pired term of 15 years. LOT 2.-All those Nine Fields north of the road leading from Vainog to Aberayron, naw held with Rhiwbren, situate in the above parish, containing by estimation 49a 3r 3p, be the same more or less, of very productive Land, in the occupation of Mr Thomas Leonard. LOT 3.—The very capital Corn Grist Mill and Kiln, with House and Garden, on Rhiwbren aforesaid, and Four Enclosures of excellent Meadow and Wood Land, containing in all, by estimation, 8a 2r lip., be the same more or less, in the occupation of Mr Samuel Enoch. LOT 4.—The very desirable Farm, known as RRIWBREN," situate in the above parish, compris- ing a very superior Residence and excellent and extensive Farm Buildings, and 127a Or 28p, be the same more or less. of very improvable Meadow, Pasture, Arable, and Wocd Land, in the occupation of Mr Thomas Leonard. NOTE.—A right of water from the Well on Lot 2 is reserved to the Purchaser of Lot 1. A right of road along the Rhiwbren roads to the Mill is reserved to the Purchaser of Lot 3. The Timber on the above Lots will be valued by the Auctioneer previous to the Sale, and the amount of such; valuation announced thereat, and the Purcliascria shall pay the amount of such valuation in addition to their purchase money. Particulars, with Plans and Conditions of sale, may be obtained of Messrs J. Howell Thomas & Thomp- son, Estate Agents and Valuers, Carmarthen or of Mr W. Morgan Griffiths, Solicitor, Carmarthen. CARDIGANSHIRE. Important Sale of Freehold Farms, Mills, Building Sites, Cottages, Gardens, and Premises, known as the Moelivor Estate, situate in the several parishes of Llanrhystyd, Llansantffraed, and Llanddeinol, in the County of Cardigan. y R JOHN DANIEL JONES has been favoured 1.1 by instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the Gogerddan Arms Hotel, Aberystwyth, on MONDAY, THE 18TH DAY OF AUGUST, 1884, at the hour of 11 in the forenoon, in 39 lots,the above- mentioned Estate. The respective tenants will show the premises, and for further particulars apply to Messrs J. Davies and Son, Llwydcoed, Llanelly Mr John Daniel Jones, Auctioneer, Hawen Hall, Rhydlewis, R.S.O.; and to Messrs Jenkins and Evans, Sclicitors, Cardigan. For further particulars see Posters. Detaileq particulars, wi ,h plans and conditions of sale,are in course of preparation,and can be had on and after 31st July, 1884, on application to the said Messrs Jenkins and Evans. Cardigan, 8th July, 1884. RICK COVERS, RICK COVERS. SACKS, WOOL SHEETS. OIL SHEETS, TARPAULINS, &c., &C. McILQUHAM, ABERYSTWYTH HAXELL'S HOTELS, LONDON AND BRIGHTON. London Telephone, 2577. THEY are scarcely one hour's distance from each other. Their several situations are world-known: The London Hotel in the part of the West Strand. The Brighton Hotel facing the sea, every Room commanding it. The Tariffs of both Hotels are the same :-Apart. ments, 2/6; Draw-room with Bed-room, en suite 10/6; 12/6; visitors, en pension, 10/6 daily. No extras whatever. The best breakfast table and table d'hote in London and Brighton. Visitors at either Hotel can patronize the other without any further expense than their railway fares, their Apartments during their absence being retained without any charge. D. H. RICHARDS, BILL-POSTING CONTRACTOR, EMIGRATION AND ADVERTISING AGENT, 45, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS to announce that all Bill-posting Orders will be executed as hitherto, in succession to his father, D. Richards, deceased. Passage Tickets, per first-class Steamships to the United States, Canada, Queensland, &c., at the lowest rates. < # Advertisements received for insertion in all papers NATIONAL STOCK EXCHANGE 0 110, CANNON STREET, LONDON, E.G. STOCKS or SHARES bought or sold at tapepftces. No commission or brokerage charged. Speculative accounts opened from 1 per cent* CQV6? With no further liability. Differences settled daily. ^4 OPTIONS granted at tape prices. <1§I Special advantages offered to investors.. Close market prices guaranteed. Orders by post or telegram have immediate attention? Coupons cashed before they are due. Money advanced on stocks and shares. Large reading room, with both tapes and Telephones for the free use of clients.* Prospectus ana advioe forwarded gratis bjpbe proprietottj OOHRAN Ef&aa OH 6,1 "»*§tookbrolier8 w4*D«HerM^ ftutilic Notion. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. THE Next Session begins SEPTEMBER 17TH, 1884, -L and ends JUNE 30th, 1885. Terms— £ 10 a year for out-door students; £ 35 additional for those indoor. The following Scholarships and Exhibitions, open to male and female candidates above the age of flfteen, on the first day of the Examination, will be offered for competition:- Three Scholarships of X50 each. Three Scholarships of Y,40 each. Three Seholtrships of X30 each. Three Scholarships of £2.5 each. Three Scholarships of X20 each. Five Exhibitions of X15 each. Ten Exhibitions of £10 each. Any of the Scholarships may be renewed at the end of the first Session in case of special progress in the studies of the Session. The Examination will be held at local centres if required. Prospectus with fall particulars may be obtained from the Registrar, to whom candidates must send their names on or before August 30th. B. T. WILLIAMS, 7 a LEWIS MORRIS, Ju<»n-^ecB. Lonsdale Chambers, Chancery Lane, London, July 2nd, 1884. ARMY SERVICE. YOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MAJESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office n the United Kingdom, 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. Great prospects of Promotion are offered to eligible Young Men. Applications can be made, either personally or b y letter, to the Officer commanding the Regimental District at Brecon, or to the nearest Volunteer Sergeant Instructor or other Recruiter. Reeruits, if eligible, can be enlisted for any arm of the Regular Service they may select. COL. LLOYD-PHILIPPS, DECEASED. ALL persons having claims against the estate of the late Col. John Allen Lloyd-Philipps, of Mabws, in the county of Cardigan, deceased, are re- quested to forward particulars of the same to us on behalf of the Executors. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, High-street, Haverfordwest. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. SUMMER EXCURSIONS, 1884. Every Saturday S in July, Cheap Excursion Bookings to LIVER. POOL (Via Whitchureh and Crewe) and CHESTER (Via Whitchurch and Tattenhall Line), returning on the Monday following, from Pwllheli, Avon Wen, Criccieth, Portmadoc, Minffordd, Penrhyndeudraeth, Talsarnau, Harlech, Pensarn, Dyffryn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Penmaenpool, Towyn, and Aberdovey. CHEAP EXCURSION to LONDON, on Monday, July 21st, 1884, for Five days. International Health Exhibition, South Kensington. A five days' excursion will leave Aberystwyth at 7.55 a.m., 3rd class fare, 18s 6d. Children under Twelve, half- price. Returning on Friday, July 25th, from Easton Station, London, at 8.50 a.m. Tickets, Bills, and every information can be had at the above-named stations. EDWIN LILLER, Oswestry, June, 1884. Traffic Manager. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TENDERS FOR RE-BUILDING BRIDGE. THE Directors of this Company are prepared to receive Tenders for re-building a Timber Bridge, near Buttingtoo, with Stone and Iron, the work to be completed within three months from the date on which the Contract is let. Plans and speci. fications may be seen at the Office of the Company's Engineer, Mr Geo. Owen, C.E., Oswestry. The Directors do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Sealed Tenders should be sent to the undersigned not later than Saturday, the 26th inst., marked "Tender for re-building Bridge." J. CONACHER, I Secretary. Company's Offices, Oswestry, 7th July, 1884. BRISTOL AND CLIFTON PERMANENT BUILDING SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1864. INCORPORATED 187 MR H L. EVANS, Borough Accountant, is the Sole Agon t in Aberystwyth, through whom all applications for Loans on Mortgage are requested to be made. ABERYSTWYTH. THE PIER IS NOW OPEN! PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY EVENING. Cheap Plans, Vacancies for Pupils, Sporting Rights, &c. DP. DAVIES & Co., Aberystwyth, who have • vacancies for Pupils, to learn Surveying, &c., can supply lists of Houses, furnished or unfurnished, with or without land, Sporting rights, &c., also cor- rected plans, at reduced prices, of any tenement in the unions of Tregaron and Lampeter, or the parishes of Llanpumpsaint, Llanllawddog, Abergwili, Llan. arthney and Llanddarog. PIANOS, HARMONIUMS AMERICAN ORGANS, FOR SALE, HIRE, OR EXCHANGE, Or on the hire purchase system of easy payments, at W. K. WHEATLEY & SONS, ORGANIST TEACHERS, TUNERS,IPIANOFORTE AND MUSIC SELLERS, 22, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH Testimonials for Tuning, from BaiNr.EY RICHABDS, ESQ., DR PARRY, D. JENKINS, ESQ., Mus. BAC., and the nobility and gentry of the midland counties and Mid-Wales. N.B.-Artists colours and drawing materials ways in Stock. CAPT. THOS. DOUGHTON, Coal, Oil, and General Merchant, i RHEIDOL COAL YARD, And I, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. Motto:—Snail Profits and Quick Betonifls iSimrattom OXFORD HOUSE, 4, MARINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. (In Union with Trinity College, London.) MRS and the MISSES MOUNTFORD, assisted by Masters and a Resident Foreign Governess, receive Twelve young Ladies to board and educate. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, and can be received at any time during the terms. REFEKEES.—Major Fulford, R.A. Stafford; The Rev W. P. Vincent, Vicar of Salt, Stafford The Rev W. Ostle, Chaplain of St Bartholmew's Hospital, London; The Rev W. Berresford, Vicar of St Luke's, Leek, Staffordshire; The Rev Dickens Lewis, Shrews- bury The Rev W. Eastman, Teddington Cottage, Streatham-place, London, S.W. The Rev T. Taggart, Vicar of St Mathew's, Douglas, Isle of Man. Prospectus, &c., on application. Terms-25 guineas per annum. WESTFIELD HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, GLOUCESTER. PRINCIPAL-MRs LEO. ) Assisted by an efficient staff of Resident Governesses, and the following Visiting Masters. In English, by S. H. Platt, Esq., College School, Gloucester. In Scripture and Latin,:by Rev. E. T.W. Thomas,M.A. In French and German, by Herr G. A. Schneider, Modern Language Master, Cheltenham. In Singing, by J. Hunt, Esq., Hon. Sec. Gloucester Choral Society. In Pianoforte, by Tewksbury GoodfeIIow,Esq.,R.A.M. In Natural Science, by G. Embrey, Esq., F.R. Met.Soo. and Master of the School of Science, Gloucester. LADIE S' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, THE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. PRI.NCIPAL-MRS. E. MARIE JONES, Assisted by the REV. E. P. JONES, M.A., B.D., and a Staff of Qualified Teachers. HOME Comforts and a Liberal Diet, as testified by the numerous expressions of satisfaction received from Parents. Dariug the last year 16 Pupils gained certificates from the Trinity College, London, and the Royal College of Preceptors, 4 hav- ing gained honours. Prospectus (with view) on application. CAERLEON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTB. SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. PRINCIPAL.—MISS TRUBSHAW, Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign an English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local examinations. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal. The School year consists of three terms, beginning respectively January 17, April 22, September 17; but pupils can be received at any time during the terms. EDUCATION. ~i H' GUINEAS yearly for Board, Laundress, French JL and Music. Eirery facility afforded for rapid progress ih English. Lirge recreation ground. References, prospectus, view of house (in a healthy village in Gloucestershire), on application to Gover- ness, Times Enquiry Office, Hereford. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL & GRAMMAR SCHOOL, QUEEN'S SQUARE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD Conducted by MR THOMAS OWENS, C.M., It honours of the London University, and late Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales. PUPILS Prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the Civil Service, the learned Professions, the Uni- versities, and the various Training and Theological Colleges. Special attention paid to English and Commercial Training at moderate charges. This school was eiamined at the close 0" the Midsummer Term by D. Samuel, Esq., M.A. (Caiuab.), who reported very favourably of lh" School. Cop e< of the Report supplied on application to the Head Muster. In th3 Civil Sirvice Examination held last November a boy from this School was placed 15th on the list out of 700 candi- dates; another was 2nd on the list of Entrance Exhibitioners at the University College of Wales in September; tiiree have passed the rreliminary Ph u maceutical Enamination since last January; one passed the Prelimina y Law Examination while several others h been prepared for St David's Oollege, Lam- peter, the University College of Wa s, and the various Training and Theological Colleges in the Principality. AN EXHIBITION OF £10, tenable at the University College of Wales, will be open for competition by boys from the School in September, 18S3. There are a Few Vacancies for Boarders, For Terms, &«., apply to the Head Master. The School Re-opens on Monday, August 11th, 1884. YSTRAD MEURIG SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER The REV. JOHN JONES, M.A., Sometime Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford. MATHEMATICAL MASTER The REV. H. J. LERIGO, B.A., St John's College Cambridge. For Terms, &c., apply to the HEAD MASTER. GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH Founded in 1812. Trustees :-The Rev. Chancellor PHILLIPS, Sir PRYSE PRYSE, Bart., and others. Bead Master:—Mr EDWARD JONES, First B.A. London. Assisted by resident and other Masters. A Boy in this School taught in a class in connection with 5. Kensington was the only candidate in the Principality that took honours in Mathematics this year. The Warden of Llandovery College, speaking of this School in 1882, said:—Greek and Latin are not better taught in any school in the kingdom. French and the English subjects are efficiently taught, as witnessed by the Division Lists of the Oxford Local Examina- ) tions for 1883. A list of numerous successes in Oxford, Cambridge, &c., obtained by candidates direct from this School, during the past ten years, together with prospectuses, &c., may be had on ap- plication. LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. (Founded 1805.) Head Master-MR THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, B.A. (OxonJ, Late Scholar of Jesus College and Second Class Honours Moderations. THE aim of the education given at this school will be such as to prepare young men foi Matriculation at the Ui iversities and Lampetei College; also boys for he Oxford Local and Prelimiuary Examinations. Terms-6 guineas a year. 2 guineas a term. For further infermation apply to the Head Master. Y^THELPTON'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING ESTABLISHED 1835. Are one of those rare Medicines which for their extraordinary properties,have gained an almost UNIVERSAL RE- PUTA nON. Numbers are constantty bearing testimony to their great value in disorders of the HEAD, CHEST, t traps «ARK(REetaTEREP) I BOWELS, LIVER, and KIDNEYS; also in RHEUMATISM, as may be seen from the Testimonials published from time to time. By the timely use of such a remedy many of the seriously afflicting disorders which results from proper means neglected might be avoided, and much suffering saved for Prevention is better than cure." 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WILLIAMS IS now showing the Latest Novelties in Dress Materials, Black & Coloured Cashmeres, Vel- veteens, Brooche Satins, Ottoman Silks, Straw and Chip Hats and Bonnets, Feithcrs, Flowers, Tufts and Aigrettes, Spanish and Blonde Laces, Chenille <&- Silk Fringes, Gimps and Ornaments, Hosiery, Gloves, Ribbons, Corsets, Silk and Lace Scarfs and Squares, Frillings, Collars and Cuffs, Umbrellas, Sunshades, &c., New Woollen Cloths for Suitings, Gents' Hats in newest shapes, Shirting, Flannels, Shirts, Collars, Scarfs, Ties, Cuffs, <&3. Special attention has been paid to the Millin- ery Department, in which will be found a Splen- did Assortment of Hats and Bonnets, trimmed and untrimmed, at prices which cannot fail to please everyone. A Visit of Inspection will oblige. C. M. WILLIAMS, Drapery & Millinery Establishment, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. DENTISTRY. MR. A. C. 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Our position as Manufacturers of the best, enables us to serve you better than all others, and add you unlimited satisfaction. This announcement is small, but it gives you the Address of a firm than can save you much. Send two penny stamps to pay postage of a Large Illustrated Pamphlet, and prove to yourself facts beyond dispute. Address—STEWART DAWSON & CO., 2, RANELAGH PLACE, LIVERPOOL. One Hundred Valuable Prizes given away gratis on December 31st, 1884. TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STEEL PILIJS FOR FEMALBS quickly correct all irregularities and relieve the dis- tressing Rymptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes 18 I id and 2s Pd, of all Chemists. Sent anywhere for IS or at Stamps, by the Maker, E. T. TOWLE, Chemist, Nottingham. To LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS.—Small cards with apartments and address printed thereon, neatly executed at the Observer Office. lLmantttJ, etc* APAtilMENTS wanted, about the middle of next; week, consisting1 of one sitting-room and two bedrooms, the latter double-bedded or smtll bed for child.—Address, stating termr; to S. S.,38, Moreland- square, Notting Hill, London. MINE CAPTAIN wanted for South America- Apply to O. O. Rogers, 10, Bloomfield-streefc, London, E.C. WANTED by a Solicitor's daughter a situation Companion and Assistant Housekeeper to a latdv—domesticated. Moderate salary. Good refer- enoes.—Address, "H," Observer Office AGENT Wanted to push first-class Machinery OIF. Liberal Commission—Box 201, Post Office, Liverpool PA RT-NIENTS. -To be Let. fnrnisbed, one A Sitting-room, and one or two Bedroems Teriss moderate.—Apply to Mr J. A. James, 27 Pier-street. rpO LET, House and Shop, 13, Terrace-road. First -L class Business Premises beet part of town.— Apply, R. Watkins, 58, Marine Terrace. THE NATIONAL ENOYCLOR^DYA. — To be SoM ar. a Sacrifice, a complete set of this valu- able work quite new.-Address, A.B.C., Observer Office. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, Vaenot House, North Road, Aberystwyth.—Apply tar John Evans, 10, Vaenor.street, Aberystwyth. TO LET, the genteel Country Residency BLAENGADER, situated aboat 5 miles from Aberystwyth, and 2 miles from Llanrhystid Roa4 Station, and It miles from Llanilar. Ttie House con- tains Dining Room, Spacious Drawing Room, Break- last Room., 4 Bedrooms. Study. 2 Kitchens, Pantrias, and Dairy. There is also a Coach-house, 4 stalled Stable, Cow-house, Cart-house, Hay shed, and rainy other conveniences, together with about 20 acres of land, in a good state of cultivation. Possession In September.—Apply to Mrs Roberts, 20, Marina Terrace. TO BE SOLD or LET—Brynbras Farm and Sheepwalk. near Ponterwyd. Possession at, Michaelmas next.—Apply to Messrs Bray & Phillips, Gogiuan, Aberystwyth.—July 17th, 1884. A PARTMENTS.—Wa.nted, from July 21st to August 21st, a Sitting and 3 Bed rooms.—Ad dress, stating terms, O.P.Q Observer Office. A BKRYSTWYTH— APARTMENTS. — Summer ft Residence, PLYNXRARON HOUSE, No. 5, Vic- toria Terrace, facing the se t, best part of the terrace. Terms moderate; good cooking and attendance.- Apply to Mrs Pierce. TO LET, 31 aud 33, Bridge-street, containing five? Bedrooms, Drawing Rooms, two Parlours W.C. Bath Room, Kitchen, Scnllery, Commodious Cellar Yard, and other conveniences.—Apply at 27, Bridge! street. rO LET.—Five-roomed House, Cellar and large Garden, situate in the best part of the town. Address or apply to G. Wilkinson, North.para.des Aberystwyth. CATTLE FENCING.—For Sale, 100 Iron Hui-dles, six feet long, with five bars, and screws for fixing quite new. Price, 33 8d each, carriage paid. Sketch sent.-Staff and Co., 31, Great Western Buildings, Birmingham. WINDOW BILLS, This House to Let," may be obtained at the Obsir<cer Office, price one penny each. HOUSE and SHOP to Let, No. 31, Pier-street, commanding position, suitable for Fancy Drapery, irocery, Confectionery, Jewellery, &c., or for Refreshment Rooms. Apply to D. Lloyd, on the premises. 27UHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH" RT^HI3 House and Shop to be Let.—Apply to ME A John Thomas, draper. Great Darkgate-street. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, Yorfe; House, 64, Marine-terrace.—Apply to Thomas White, lapidary and jeweller, Terries-road. fcifligiou* Serlticeø. ST. MICHAEL'S PARISIT^CHUSOB ABSRYSTWTTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY:- Full Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. &nd 6 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st Sunday in month, 11 a.m. 3rd „ at 8.30 am* WEEK DAYS:— Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, and onr Saints' Days and Holy-days, at 11 a.m. HoiSgr- Communion according to notice. HYMN BOOK—"Church Hymns," (S.P.C.K.) ST. MARY'S (WELSH) CHURCH, (Leading out of Bridge Street). SUNDAY:- Welsh Service and Sermon at 10 a.m. asd € p.m. Holy Communion on the Itst Sunday in the month at 10 a.m. or 6 p.m. according to notice WEEK DAYS — English—Evening Prayer and Sermoa, We vr, at 7 p.m. Welsh—Evening Prayer and Sermon on Th at 7 p.m. Communicants' Meeting every Tuesday, at 7 p.w. OFFEKTOKY AFTER ALL THE SUNDAY SEBVICKS. SUNDAY SCHOOLS :— At the Boys' National Schools, at 2.30 p.m.—Engliglr* Girls' ditto ditto at 2.30 p.m.-Welsh. Ysgoldy at 2.30 p.m.—Mixed. Penyparke National School at2.3Qp.ra.—Mixed. (Service and Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) REV. CHANCELLOR PHILLIPS, M.A., Viear. Mr EDWARD J. JONES, \nv, Major C. BASSETT LEWIS, j ^urchwardens. LLANBADARN FAWR CHCTRCH ENGLISH SERVICE- AT 11.30 A.M. On Stun&ays, Christmas day, Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, Ascensien-day, SERVICE, WITH SERMON. Celebration of the Holy Communion on every- Tkird Sunday in the month, and also on Christmas* Easber-day, and Whit-Sunday. HYMNS, ANCIENT AND MODEM*. Offertory at each Service towards the Restorations Fund. Total Expenditure, about £ 7,000. Debt, about .8850. NOTICE. T. E. MORGAN, 48, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTII, HAS resolved, at the solicitation of numerous friends, to practice as an ARCHITECT in the town, where he has opened an Office at t-ae above address. He has obtained full marks for Architectural Drawings at South Kensingfton, and- rusts to receive a measure of Public support. ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS THOMAS & SOrt atchmakers, Jewellers &s ^Y GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH,