gales bs Euctum. THE SKATING RINK PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE OF EXCELLENT AND MODERN HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE. Removed for greater convenience of Sale from North Parade ME J. W. ROGERS announces instructions from Mr John Evans, of North-parade, to prepare for Sale and. Sell by Public Auction, within the Extensive and Commodious Sale Room as above, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH and 19TH, 1885, the whole contents of the genteel Residence. Nine Months' Credit upon the usual conditions. Further particulars next week. A CARD. D. P. DAVIES & DAYIS, AGRICULTURAL & SANITARY ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, AUCTIONEERS, LAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, & VALUERS, ABERYSTWYTH & LAMPETER. MESSRS. D. P. DAVIES & DAVIS beg to in- I -tJU- form the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, Agricul. turists, and the Public generally that they have Secured the services of Mr WILLIAM MORGAN, of Cardigan House, Queen's Road, Aberystwyth, for Saany years with the late Mr Smith, to whom any Communication may be addressed, and it will receive prompt attention. NOTICE. JOHN BAKER, AUCTIONEER, PRACTICAL VALUER COMMISSION AGENT, &c., HHYDYPENAU FARM, BOW STREET, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. J. B. efficiently conducts all kinds of Property Sales and Valuations, and begs to annouce that his next Monthly Sale of Horses, Cattle and other Live Stock, Carriages, &c., will take place FIRST MONDAY IN EACH MONTH, At 12.30 prompt. Early entries respectfully solicited to be sent to the Auctioneer as above, as they may be duly announced. Horses and Cattle bought and sold on commission. — IStfuration* HIGH SCH^ ASHFOBD, MIDDLESEX. rrHE House Committee are prepared to ELECT a few HIGHER PAY SCHOLARS, who will be admitted, after the Christmas Holidays, to the School, at the inclusive rate of < £ 32per annum. The "Cost of the education provided is about .£60 per fcniium. Residence in Wales is not required, but one parent must have been born in the Principality of "ales, the county of Monmouth, or the parishes of 'Oswestry, Selattyn, or Llanymynech. Applications must be made on a form vthich can ke obtained from C. W. Jones, Esq., The Ferns, JSalham, London, S.W. ABERYSTWYTH HIGH SCHOOL, CAERLEON HOUSE. PRINCIPAL.—MISS TRUBSHAW, Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign and English Governesses. Xyupils 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 16, April 30, September 18; »at pupils can be received at any time daring the terms. 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, deceive Twelve young Ladies to board and educate. Pupils prepared for the Oxford_ and Cambridge l*>cal Examinations, and can be received at any time Coring the terms. Prospectus, &c,, on application. Reference to the Rev Dickens Lewis, Shrewsbury • the Rev J. Agar Beet, Wrexham, and many others. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL I (Founded in 1812). TrusteesThe Rev. Chancellor PHILLIPS, Sir J?EYSE PRYSE, VAUGHAN DAVIES, Esq., Col. WILLIAMS, Rev. J. PTJGH, and T. W. BONSALL, Esq. HEAD MASTER HEAD MASTER Mr EDWARD JONES (in special honours of the University of London). SECOND MASTElt Mr P. C. SMITH, London University. | N addition to the staff of Teachers the Classical A and the Modern sides of this School, the Head- master has opened a JUNIOR DEPARTMENT for gentlemen's sens between the ages of seven and ten, I jjnder the superintendence of a Trained Elementary Teacher. ^.For reports of Examiners, successes, &i., apply to JONES, Jasper House. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL & GRAMMAR SCHOOL, QUEEN'S SQUARE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD, Conducted by MR THOMAS OWENS, C.M., Ir honours of th„- London University, and late Senior Scholar I of the University College of Wales. PUPILS Prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the Civil Ser- vire, the learned Professions, the. Universities, and the Various Tiajiiiisg and Theological Collfges. Special attention Jaid to English and Commercial Training at moderate charges. For Terms, &c., apply to the Head Master. LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. PRINCIPAL Mrs RUSH. BEAD MASTER. Mr RUSH, B.A. HEAD MISTRESS Miss RUSH, T Holder of 1st class University Honours. HIS is a School of the highest grade, and pupils can be prepared for the University Colleges of les, for University Local, and for other Examina- tionp. Referees:—Canon Robson," Birkenhead; Jie\" T. C. Edwards, Principal of the College, Aber- ystwyth and many others. Terms very moderate. Mrs RUSH offers a Home at a very reasonable "Charge to Lady Students of University College: ^Mr Rush receives Evening Pupils, LLEDROD AND YSTRAD MEURIG GRAMMAR SCHOOLS (UNITED). HEAD MASTER E JOHN JONES, M.A. (formerly Scholar of Jes. Coll., Oxon.). SECOND MASTER • II. HUNT, ESQ., 15. A., Open Foundation Scholar of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge,—16th Senior Optime in the Mathematical Tripos,- Goldsmiths' Exhibitioner and Honours-man and Prizeman of the London University. ^§5° There are about Ten Scholarships of the value .p, of £ 15 per annum tenable at the school. ^or particulars, &c., apply to the Head Master, Meurig School, R.S.O. ^?^CEIPT FORMS, in books of 50 each, price 6d J Purchased at the Observer Office, 1, North very useful. T«n°^Pes Quitj from Landlord to Tenant and from to Landlord are sold at the Observer Office ■» *orth Parade, at one penny each. DiiMic Ntttego. ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY. THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE NEW INFIRMARY WILL BE LAID ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH, 1885, BY THE COUNTESS OF LISBUBNE. A PROCESSION Will Start from the TOWN HALL at Two O'clock in the Afternoon for the Site, adjoining the Aber- ystwyth National School. The Public are invited to attend the ceremony: No collection will be made on the occasion. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. IT is proposed to give during the present Session, at the above College, "LECTURES IN CHEMISTRY." For Particulars and Terms apply to Dr HUMPIDGE. THE ABERYSTWYTH LITERARY SOCIETY. MEETS at the Old Assembly-rooms every Friday HJL evening at 8. Tickets for the session One Shilling whieh can be obtained at the doors. A. BID DELL, r HOD. « R. NEVILL, ) BOD. ",ecs. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. THROUGH Train;Service, from 1st October until JL further notice, between Aberystwyth, Machyn- lleth, Llanidloes, Newtown, Welshpool, Oswestry, and Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, &c., via Whit- church, leaving Aberystwyth at 8.0 a.m., 12.40 p. 3 and 6.0 p.m., and arriving at Aberystwyth at 7.25 a.m.L2.30 p.m., 5.55 p.m., and 10 p.m. PICTURESQUE WALES (Illustrated), the efnoial p guide booh to the Cambrian Railways, edited by Mr Godfrey Turner, price 6d., can be obtained at the Bookstalls, or on application to the Company's offices or stations, or of Messrs W. J. Adams and Sons, 59, Fleet-street,London,E.G.; also at the offices of Messrs Swan and Leach, Limited, as above. J. CONAGHER, Secretary, Oswestry October, 1S85.
NOTICE OF THE? REGISTRATION OF A BUILDING FOR THE SOLEMNIZATION OF MARRIAGES. NOTICE is hereby given that a separate Building named LJanon Chapel, situate at the village of Llancn, in the parish of Llansantfraed, in the county of Cardigan, in the district of Aberayron, being a building certified according to law as a place of reli- gious worship, was, on the 25th day of October, 1885, duly registered for solemnizing marriages therein, pursuant to the Act of 6th and 7th Wm. IV, c 85. Witness my hand this thirtieth day of October 1835, BENJAMIN C. JONES, Superintendent Registrar.
PHCENIX FIRE OFFICE, LOMBARD STREET and CHARING CROSS, LONDON, ESTABLISHED 1782. INSURANCES against loss by Fire and Lightning -I- are effected upon every description of Property, in all parts of the World, on the most favourable Terms. The settlement of claims arranged with promptitude and liberality, this Company having already paid for Losses more than FIFTEEN MILLIONS STERLING. WILLI AM C. MACDONALD, 7 Joint FRANCIS B. MACDONALD, j Secretaries. Rates and full particulars may be obtained from the Aerents at ABERYSTWYTH Mr D. P. Davies, 3, Pier-street. ABERAYRON Mr W. H. Jones, N. P. Bank. ABERDOTEY:—Mr J. Da vies, Station, &c., Master LANPETEB :—Mr Edward Evans, Draper. TnE&ABON :—Mr John Evans, of Werna. 150,000 A C C I D E N T S FOR WHICH TWO MILLIONS HAVE BEEN PAID AS COMPENSATION BY THE J>AILWAY JHJASSENGERS' ^SSURANCE COMPANY, 64, CORN HILL. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. Paid-up and Invested Funds, £ 260,000 Premium Income, < £ 235,000. Chairman-HARVIE M. FARQUHAR, ESQ. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local Agents, or West-End Office:-8, Grand Hotel Buildings, Charing Cross, or at the I Head Office64, CORNHILL, LONDON. WM. J. VIAN, Secretary, WM. J. VIAN, Secretary, Agents—Mr T. Kilvington, Station Master, Aber i stwyth; Mr S. R. Hammond, Station Master Machynlleth; Mr S. 0<ven, Station Master, Lampeter gUN FIRE AND LlFE~OFF!Sls LONDON. FIRE.—Established 1710. The oldest purely Fire Office in the World. Home and Foreign Insurances against loss by Fire and Lightning at moderate rates. Losses settled with promptness and liberality. LIFE,-EstabLished 1810. Profits divided every fivs years. Large Bonuses; Tontine Bonus Policies granted. Very low premiums without participation in profits. No partnership liability. Simple Pro posal Forms. For further information apply to the following AGENTS: ABERYSTWYTH .MsssBs HUGH HUGHES AND SONS. Aberayron .MrH. W. Howell Bryntirion, Bala .Mr lorwerth Jones Cardigan .Mr R. R Story Dolgelley (Fire only).Mr Thomas P. Jones-Parry (Life only) .Mr Richard Edwards ( »> ).Mr John Richards Llan'dyssil .Mr John D. Thomas Talsarn Mr Jenkin Jenkins. Tregaron (Life onl y).Mr John Lewis. OYSTERS! OYSTERS! OYSTER ROOMS now Open for the Season at MRS FEAR'S, LURLINE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD. Constant Supply Daily. Country Orders prymptly attended to. (Elcrtion gMrflssfs. I TO THE ELECTORS OE THE OF THE BOROUGH & LIBERTIES OF ABERYSTWYTH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I beg to tender my best thanks to all who by your vote or otherwise assisted in my election on the 2nd inst. I trust that by my actions during my period of office the confidence you have reposed in me will not prove unmerited. I remain, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Your obedient Servant, B. ELLIS MORGAN. 2, Marine Terrace, November 5th. 1885. TO THE MUNICIPAL ELECTORS OF THE BOROUGH & LIBERTIES OF ABERYSTWYTH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ALLOW me to tender you my sincere thanks for -<nL again honouring me with your confidence in re- turning me as one of your Representatives in the T own Council, and for placing me at the head of the poll by so large a majority. At the same time, I offer my warmest thanks to those who worked so heartily for me. I assure you that it will be my e arnest endeavour in the future, as in the past, to use my best efforts in promoting and supporting all measures calculated to benefit the Town generally, and hope, by close and constant attention to your interests, to long retain the confidence placed in me for :the second time. I have the honour to be, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully, C. M. WILLIAMS. 10, Pier-street, Aberystwyth, November 5th, 1885. ABERYSTWYTH MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1885. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH AND LIBERTIES OF ABERYSTWYTH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I beg to return you my very sincere thanks for the votes recorded in my favour on the 2nd instant, and which ensured my election. It shall be my endeavour to justify the confidence which you have kindly re- posed in me. I remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, Bodlondeb, GRIFFITH WILLIAMS. Llanbadarn Road, November 5tb, 1885. MUNICIPAL ELECTION, 1885. TO THE BURGESSES OF THE BOROUGH & LIBERTIES OF ABERYSTWYTH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I cannot allow this opportunity to pass without returning you my most sincere thanks for the generous and hearty support received at your hands in the contest of last Monday. Although I was de- feated, I am not disgraced, especially when it is con- sidered that I more than doubled the number of votes accorded to me last year; I feel also I am much indebted to my committee and the Conservative Club for their great exertions on my part, and I most cordially beg to thank them one and all from the bottom of my heart. ShouldI seek your suffrages and support next year, and still increase upon the present year's poll (417) in the same ratio from last year's poll it must prove that John Gibson is a false pro- phet. The Ferriwinkle is not anoble specimen of the crustacean tribe, therefore I can afford to treat his remarks, which are cowardly, unmanly, and untrue (as appears in his issue of this morning) with the contempt they so richly desire. I weuld here remind my friends of a reason for the uncalled for remarks, namely I am no patron of the Cambrian Neivs except when professionally compelled. Again thanking you most heartily, LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, The Estate Offices, x ours very sincerely, Terrace-road, J. w. ROGERS. November 6th, 1885. PRINTING PRINTING!! EVEPf DESCRIPTION r I OF P I T I G AT THE NORTH PARA D E, ABERYSTWYTH. 1 TABLISHED 30 YEARS D. THOMAS & SON Watchmakers, Jewellers &c GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH.
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. GENTLEMEN. For the first time in the political history of Cardiganshire you have to return to the House of Commons a single Representative; your choice is consequently the more important, and in placing my services at your disposal I feel keenly that I am asking the men of my County to confer on me the highest possible honour and proof of confidence. I feel also the grave responsibilities attached to the position. But having lived amongst you all my life, I hope and believe I have learnt to understand and sympathise with the wants and requirements of the people pf my native county. The following are my views on those questions in which I know you to be chiefly interested. DISESTABLISHMENT AND DISENDOWMENT. I will not vote for Disestablishment and Disendow- ment. As a Churchman and an honest man I could not do so, nor can I believe that such measares will meet with the approval of the thoughtful and respon- sible bulk of the Nonconformists, who have themselves done so much for religion, and from whose ranks so many of our most eminent Clergy are drawn. LAND. I am prepared to support a strong and compul- sory Agricultural Holdings Bill, giving greater freedom to the Tenant Farmers in the cultivation of their fs.rms, and full compensation for all im- proments made by the Tenant. LOCAL TAXATION. I look upon this question as a most serious one, and one that ought to be pressed upon the attention of any Government independent of party. EDUCATION. I will do my best to promote and further Elemen- tary and Intermediate Education. I consider that the present Act presses severely on the Poor, by reason of the Compulsory Clause, which should be amended so as to relieve the Poor from all pay- ments. If the State insists that the children of the poor are to be educated in State Schools, it is the State itself that should bear the expense. COUNTY BOARDS. County Boards would receive my strong support, as I believe that all County business should be sub- mitted to Representatives of the County Ratepayers, upon whom the burden of taxation falls. D RIN K. The whole question of Licensing I would place in the hands ofi freely elected County Boards. RAILWAYS. Farmers and Tradespeople of this Country are placed at a great disadvantage through Railway Companies carrying the produce of the Foreigner past our very doors at cheaper rates than home production. This question of tariffs should, I contend, receive the pro-apt and serious attention of the Government, and the interests of the over- worked railway servants ought to be better protected. THE EMPLOYEES' LIABILITY ACT, 1881. The Employers' Liability Act I think should be made compulsory upou Colliery Proprietors and Contractors; in fact upon all employers of labour, so that Workmen should be provided for in case of accidents through no fault of their own. MINES. I will do all I can to promote the Mining Interest, and open up the Crown Lands, which are now lying waste, or are locked up against the interest of the country, and particularly of the Miners and Trades- people of this Locality. SHIPPING INTEBEST. Our Shipping Interest is so vast, and at the same time so stagnant, that it should demand the attention of every thinking man. I am most anxious to a Ie return of tLe time when our mercantile marine will be again the first in the world, and will heartily I support any means calculated in my judgment to secure such a result. FREE TRADE. I I am a Fair Trader certainly not a one-sided Free Trader. If it be the will cf the people of my native County to return me to Parliament I will attend to my duties, and do my utmost to serve them well and I am, Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, VAUGHAN DAVIES. Tanybwlch, Cardiganshire.
Nil] Vy JfRICE 4s., HIS FAVOURITE FLGWBB," BY W. K. WHEAT LEY, (Organist of SL Michael's, Aberystwyth,) HALF PRICE AND POST FREE FROM T WHEATLEY & SONS'. N.B.-FIANVS, HARMONIUMS, AMERICAN ORGANS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and MUSIC will be Sold at a GREAT REDUCTION (for Cash only), Sale Commencing MAEOH 2nd. Call early and secure genuine bargains. Just Out. Tho Wonder of the Age." THE FLYING DUTCHMAN PEN. "Our editor wrote 400 words with one dip of ink." Dcwsbury Reporter. An Exhibit at the INVENTIONS EXHIBITION, and Sold fey all Stationers. Sample Box by Post, Is Id. Patentees—MACNIVRN & CAMERON.EDINBURGH (Established 1770), Penrnakers to Her Majesty's Government Offices. ZADKIEL'S ALMANAC for 1886, the Year of Change. Circulation over 140,000. Contains Voice of tho Stars, Weather Predictions, Hiero- glyphic. Zadkiel foretold the Russian Advance in Afghanistan, the Soudan Expedition, &(«,.•—London COUSINS and Co., 3, York-street, Covent Gardes. Price 6d. ESTABLISHED 1835. WHELPTON'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS ARE one of those rare Medicines which, for their extraordinary properties, have gained ail almost UNIVERSAL REPUTATION. Numbers are constantly bearing testimony to their great value in disorders of the HEAD, CHEST, BOWELS, LIVER, and KIDNEYS also in RHEUMATISM, as may be seen from the Testimonials pub- lished from time to time. By the timely use of such a remedy many of the seriously afflicting disorders which result from proper means neglected might be avoided, and much suffering saved, for Prevention is better than cure." Sold in Boxes, price 7Jd, Is 1 Jd, and 2s 9d, by G. WHELP. TON and SON, 3, Crane Court, Fleet Street, London; and by Chemists and Medicine Vendors at home and abroad. Sent free by post in the United Kingdom for 8,14, or 33 stamps. iUIigtoua Strbíttø. LLANBADARN FAWR CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICE. AT 11.30 A.M. On Sundays, Christmas day, Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, Aseension-day, SERVICE, WITH SERMON. Celebration of the Holy Communiou on every Third Sunday in the month, and also on Christmas, Easter-day, and Whit-Sunday. HYMNS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. Offertory at each Service towards the Restoration Fund. Total Expenditure, about < £ 7,000. Debt, about £850. ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH CHURCH, ABERYSTWYTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY: Full Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and 6 a.m. Holy Communion, 1st Sunday in month, 11 a.m. „ Srd „ at 8.30 a.m. WEEK DAYS Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, and on Saints' Days and Holy-days, at 11 a.m. HYMN BOOK—"Church Hymns," (S.P.C.K.) Holy j Commnnion according to notice. ST. MARY'S (WELSH) CHURCH, (Leading out of Bridge Street), SUNDAY :— Welsh Service and Sermon at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m Holy Communion on the last Sunday in the month at 10 a.m. or 6 p.m. according to notice. WEEK DAYS: English—Evening Prayer and Sepmon,Wednesday, at 7 p.m. vVelsh-Evening Prayer and Sermon on Thursday at 7 p.m. Communicants' Meeting every Tuesday, at 7 p.m. OFFERTORY AFTER ALL THE SUNDAY SERVICES. SUNDAY SCHOOLS :— At the Boys "National Schools, at 2.30pm.—English, Girls' ditto ditto at Ysgcldy at 2.30 p.m.— Mixed. Penyparke National School at 2.30 pm—Mixed (Service and Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) REV. CHANCELLOR PHILLIPS, M.A., Vicar. Mr EDWARD J. JONES, 7 chur-hward-ns Major C. BASSETT LEWIS, j W"»r.fcward-nB. TO SUFFERERS FROM WEN IN THE HEAD T L. JONES, Cnwch Coch, Aberystwyth, pre. < pares an Ointment which certainly, safely, and speedily eradicates the above. Money returned if not cured. J. L. J. will meet -patients at any places fixed upon by them, if convenience suits. THOSE WHO WANT FULL VALUE FOR THEIR MONEY, BUY YOUR BOOTS OF J. E. JONES, FASHIONABLE BOOT AND SHOE MAKER, 6, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH, THE Cheapest and Best in the Trade. All Orders executed on the Premises. J. E. J. Challenges the Trade for Cheap- ness and excellence of wear the best materials and the best workmanship guar- anteed. RIVETTING MACHINES, AND SEWING MACHINES. Witli the aid ?f this improved Machinery he is able to turn out Home-made BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS. &c., at prices which will bear favourable comparison with those of English Manufacturers, with tha advantage that the Articles are made to measure, aud of the best kind. GIVE HIM A TRIAL. To TOURISTS, VISITORS, &c T I-i BLACK LION HOTEL, PONTREYDFENDIGAIB. NEAR STRATA FLORIDA STATION. DEVIL'S BRIDGE AND FALLS, HAFOD, STRATA FLORIDA ABBEY, THE TEIFY POOLS, SULPHUR SPRING, &c., WITHIN EASY DISTANCES. D. JENKINS, PROPRIETOR. SAMUEL ALLSOPP & SONS, BUBTON-ON-TRENT. SEASON BREWED ALES & STOUT 1 IN PRIMS CONDITION. A BERYSTWYTH Office Hatnpton House, Rail P„ E™? Tetrace- —*>_•&!iway Station. mun FOR SALE—IRON CATTLE HURDLES, 6 feet lorsg, 3s. 8d. each complete. Unclimbable Iron Hurdles, 4 feet high, 3s. 6d a yard. Sheep-folding Hurdles, 6 feet long, 2s. lOd. each. Carriage paid.- STANBY & Co., Livery-street, Birmingham. TO LET, with immediate possession, part of Llwynddewi Farm, near Peithyll. Apply—Mr E. W. James, Llwynddewi, Bow Street, R.S.O. TO Let.—November 12th, a Four Roomed house in (jraj''s Inn-lane.—Enquire at 20, North Parade. TO Let, in May next, Five Wor tmen's Cottages with a largo garden in back and flower garden in front of each house, facing the Llanbadarn-road Slate Works. One house to let in November next. Rent about X5 each.—Apply to T. H. JoLcs,, 36, Great Darkgate-street. TO BE SOLD, a Furm of about 30 acres good Dwelling House, Orchard, Garden, and Oat- buildings, 50 yards or so from the-Cambrian Railway, about five miles from Ma vhynlleth fishing and shooting,—Apply Q.X., Observer Office. TO be Let, with immediate possession, the WELSH HARP HOLEL, and BEACH HOUSE, adjoin- ing in Terrace-road; together or separate. Beat position in Aberystwyth close to the sea.-Apply to Mr T. White, Egyptian House, Terrace-road. ARMY SERVIOE. YOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MAJES- TY'S ARMY can obtain all information as to the Conditions of Service and advantages of the Army, on Application at any Post Office. Great prospects of promotion are offered to eligible Young Men. Applications can be made, either personally or by letter, to the Officer commanding the Regimental District at BRECON, or to the nearest Volunteer Serjeant Instructor or other Recruiter. G. WILKINSON, GAME DEALER, EGG MERCHANT. SEEDSMAN, FRUITERER, &c., NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. SEEDS! SEEDS! WANTED to Sell a Large Quantity of NEW GARDEN and FL'WER SEEDS, and several kinds of BEST EARLY POTATOES.-For Price List apply as above. PEDIGREE BERKSHIRE PIG- STUD BOAR, FINEST BLOOD IN ENGLAND, 1 L L SERVE SOWS. hi- per Head APPLY TO MR. J. ROBERTS, LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. Young BOARS and Sows of this breed may now be purchased of Mr Robeits. PRINTING WORKS, "OBSERVER" OFFICE. T. GRIFFITHS, GROCER iND JpEOVISION jy £ EECHANT Opposite the Gogerddan Arms and Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth, BEGS to call the attention of Visitors and the Inhabitants generally to his prime and carefully selected Stock of TEAS (acknowledged to be of superior quality), Real Wiltshire Smoked Bacon, also Home-cured Bacon and Hams, Fine Old Rich Cheddar and Double Glo'ster Cheese, and Pro- visions of all ..descriptions. Biscuits of the finest qualities. Fresh Butter and Eggs from the principal dairies in the neighbourhood. T. G. earnestly solicits a trial. j jgTEWART J^AWSON & CO., WATCH MANUFACTURERS, LIVERPOOL, WISH to brinsr before the general public at this time. o the year, the advantas-'8 that may be gained by dealirg direct with them as MANUFACTURERS of their U.VRI- VALF.ED ENGLISH LEVFIR WATCHES. These Watches have now been sold by S. D. &* JO. for upwards of ten years, audio that time the PA.THOVAGE of the people hss become LARitER THAN1 THAT GIVEN TO AXY OTHER FIRM IX ENGLAND. This fact enables S. D. & CO. to positively assert that they are in a position to supply their customers with Watches at a price that DEFIES COMPETITION. S. D. Sc CO. invite all hose who are about to purchase a Watch, or wish to buy serviceable and beautiful Timekeepers as Pre- sents for the forthcoming Christmas Season, to write at or.ce for their unsur>.a«ed CATALOGUE of HOROLOGY, in which will he found splendid engravings of all thrir Watches, together with a complete description of each Watch Manu- factured by them. S. D. CO. will forward their Watch Pamphlet, post fres, for two stamjis, being the cost of postage only. S. D. & CO. wish ts draw special attention to their TWELFTH HALF-YEARLY PKIZS DISTRIBUII03NT which takes place on the 31st December next, when ONE HUNDRED VALUABLE PRIZES are distributed GRATIS to all cus- tomers who purchase a Watch, and for which every customer receives a Free Ticket, BUY O.VLY FROM THE MANUFACTURERS, WHO ABOLISH RETAIL PROFITS, AND DEAL DIRECTLY FROM THE MANUFACTORY TO THE PUBLIC, AND THUS SAVE POUNDS TO YOURSELVES. Not.- the ONLY Address in England :— 2, RANELAGH PI, ACE, LIVERPOOL. c oTlTIT. RHEIDOL COAL YARD. CAPT. DOUGrRTON OEGS to announce that he has and intends to xce p .1 > a Constant Supply of the vrell-known SCOTCH COALS at very Low Prices for Cash. NEWPORT COALS always on hand also PETROLEUM OIL Private address, 45, North-Parade. JOliN ROBERTS, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT, [Gogerddan Arms and Lion Royal Hotel, ABERYSTWYTH, V Å L T S 2, BRIDGE STREET. s d s d GIN from 2 3 per bottle) SHERRY from 2 0 per bottle IBISH JvHIbKEl „ 3 0 „ PORT „ 2 6 „ 30 » MARSALA „ 19 £ £ £ ? BEAN;DT 4 0 CLARET 1 3 SUM }) 2 9 Champagne and all Sparkling Wines of best quality. SOLE AGENT FOR WGRTHINGTON'S CELEBRATED DINNER ALES, 3s. PEE DOZEN IMP. PINTS, LOCH KATRINE SCOTCH WHISKEY, 3s 6D PER BOTTLE. COFFEE ROOM LUNCHEONS FROM 11 A.M. TO 2 P.M. DAILY. Breaks for the Devil's Bridge leave the Hotel every Morning at 9.30 a.m. Fares there & back, 3/fi W A R N I N G WHEN YOU ASK FOR RECKITT'S BLUE SEE THAT YOU GET IT As bad Qualities are often substituted..