LOCAL OFFICIALS, &c. ABERYSTWYTH. — Mayor D. C. Roberts Town Clerk: A. J. Hughes Corporation Solicitor Griffith Jones; Medical Officer of Health: D. K. Davies, M.B. Council quarterly meetings, first Tuesday in February, May and August, and Novem- ber 9th. Special meetings of the Council also acting as Urban Sanitary Authority, held on the first and third Tuesdays in each month except when Quarter Sessions or Bank Holiday falls on same dat, when meeting is held on the following day. Supt. Registrar of Births, Deaths, and Marriages: Hugh Hughes; Registrar of Births and Deaths Miss Jane Evans, North Parade. Registrar of Marriages Rev. Wm. Jones, North Parade; Deputy Registrar, Rev. T. Vaughan, Shipbuilders' Kow: Talybont: John D. Jones Llanrhystyd Lewis Lewis; and liar: Joseph Morgan. Surveyor of Taxes for the district: W. J. Lovell, Baker-street. Chief Officer of Inland Revenue W. H. Pugh, Llanbadarn-road. Inland Revenue Omcer G. T. Gay, Portland-street. Burial Board-Chairman: Major C. Bassett Lewis Clerk A. J. Hughes; days of meeting, first Friday in Janu- ary, then every quarter. Banks National Provincial, J. D. Perrott, manager; London and Provincial, Evan Jones-Williams and North and South Wales, J. R. Rees, manager. Relieving Omcers Aberyst- wyth district: John Jones; Llanfihangel Geneu'rglyn district: John D. Jones; and liar District: Joseph Morgan. Sanitary Medical Officers for Union dis- tricts John E. Hughes, John Jones, Borth, and C. Rice Williams. M.D. Urban Sanitary Inspec- tor Rees Jones. Rural Sanitary Inspector: D. Paith Jones, Llanbadarn. Custom-house: Supt. vacant; A.E. Officer and Second Officer, J. W. H. Stephenson. Harbour Master Capt. Thomas, Port- land-street. Collector of Borough Rates: Richard Felix, Victoria Terrace Collector of Poor Rates Harry Lloyd, Baker-street. Post closes 7.30 a.m. for London (North Western}, South and the Midland Counties 7 a.m. for Llanrhystyd, Llanon, Aberarth, Aberayron, Goginan, Ponterwyd, Devil's Bridge, Pontrhydygroes, Tregaron, Ystrad Meurig, Llanio Road, Derry Ormond, and neighbouring villages; 2.10 p.m. for Lampeter, Carmarthen, South Wales, and the West of England 5 p.m. for London, Liver- pool, Manchester, Shrewsbury, Scotland, Ireland, and all parts of the United Kingdom up to 5.35 at th6 Post Office with half-penny stamp extra, and up to 6.0 at the Railway Van. Delivery commences at 8.30 a.m., 1 & 6.30 p.m.; Sundays at 11 a.m. Telegraph Office open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on week days, and from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. on Sundays. Postmaster: Henry Humphreys.
CARDIGAN.—Mayor, Councillor Jacob Trollip; Town Clerk, W. W. Mitchell. Borough Magistrates' Clerk, W. W. Mitchell. School Board—Chairman, Rev. W. Jones Clerk, Ivor Evans. Meetings, first Monday m every month. Burial Boar(L Chairman, William James Clerk, H. R, Daniel. Postmaster, Jonathan Evans. Registrar of Births and Deaths, & D. O. Jones. Chief Officer of Inland Revenue, Lester. Surveyor of Taxes. Picton Kvans. Times of Post Office closing, and delivery of letters—North mail, box closes, 9.15 am.; despatch, 9.25; arrival, 1.30; delivery, 2.15. London and all parts arrival, 7.45 a.m.; delivery, 8.15; box closes, 3.35; extra, 3.45; despatch, 3.55; parcel mail despatch, 3.55. Banks Brecon Old Bank (Messrs. Wilkins and Co)., manager, W. Lewj? National Provincial Bank of England, R. R. Storey, manager.
LAMPETER.-Town Council-Mayor, John Chas. Harford Clerk. D. Lloyd, solicitor. School Board — Chairman, John Fowden. Clerk, T." 1 loyd, solici- tor. Superintendent Registrar of Hirths, Deaths, and Marriages, David Lloyd. Banks: National Provincial, H. Owen, manager D. Jones and Co., n. Jones, manager Relieving Officers David Parry, Pensingrig, Cellan; John Jones, Blaeu waenissa, Llanwnen. Sanitary Medical Officer, Abel Evans, Lampete Sanitary Inspector, Thomas Moore, Bridge-street. Officer of Inland Revenue, Fred Malkin. Post closes at 9.30 a.m. and 3.35 p.m.; letters delivered at 8.15 a.m. and 5.15 p.m. Post- master, Joseph Jones.
TREGARON—Superintendent Registrar, J. Dewi Williams. Registrar of B rtbs, &c., Peter Williams. Bank-London and Provincial, E. Jones-Williams, manager. Relieving Officer, Thomas Morgans. Sanitary Medical Officers, Evan Ll< yd, M.B., and John Rowland, M.D. Inspector of Nuisances, J. P. Rees. Stirveyor of Taxes, W. J. Lovell, Aberyst- wvth. Post closes South Mail at 3.15 p.m North Mail at 4.30, on week days no delivery on Sundays. On other days delivery begins at 11.30 a.m. Post- master, T. Jones.
ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE, LAMPETER. VISITOR Lord Bishop of .t David's. PRINCIPAL: Rev H. E. Hyle, M.A.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. PRESIDENT The Right Hon. Lord Aberdare. PRINCIPAL: The Rev Thomas Charles Edwwards, M.A. (Oxon and Lond.), D.D. (Edin.), late Scholar of Lincoln College, Oxford.
COUNTY COURTS. Aberayron-W. Beresford; Registrar, Griffith Jones. alternate months. Aberystwyth-J. Bishop; J. Jenkins, Llanidloes. and J. Davies, Aberystwyth, joint registrars; monthly. Also District Registry of High Court of Justice and Bankruptcy Court. Cardigan—W. Beresford W. P. Evans bimonthly. Dolgelley-J. Bishop: W. Griffiths; alternate months. Lampeter-W. Beresford; D. Long Price; alternate months. Machynlleth—J. Bishop D. Howell and D. Evans, joint registrars; alternate months. I ABERYSTWYTH, FROM CONSTITUTION HILL. [From The Gossiping Guide to Wales."]
PETTY SESSIONS. CARDIGANSHIRE. Aberayron-A. J. Hughes, Aberystwyth; third Wed- nesday. Aberystwyth—Hugh Hughes, every Wednesday. Cardigan-W. W. MItchoIl every Monday and Thursday. Tregaron-D. Lloyd, Lampeter last Tuesday. Lampeter-D. Lloyd; Friday, once in the month. Llanbadarn — W. Williams, Aberystwyth last Wednesday. Llanilar-A. J. Hughes, Aberystwyth first Friday. Penrhiwpal—W. G. George, Newcastle Emlyn last Tuesday. Tre'rddol—W. Hughes-Jones, Aberystwyth; first Thursday. Troedyraur—W. Picton Evans, Cardigan last Tuesday.
PARCEL POST. Parcels not exceeding 11 lbs. in weight are received at any post office for transmission between places in the United Kingdom. The rate-i of postage are 3d. for a parcel not exceeding 1 lb. in weight, and ltd. for every additional pound. For example, 2 lbs. costs 4|d.; 3 lbs. 6d.; and so on up to 11 lbs. which costs Is. 6d. The dimensions allowed for an inland postal parcel are :—Maximum length, 3 ft. 6 in.; maximum length and girth combined, 6 ft. Oin. P&rcels may be insured against loss and damage up to dfilO Certificates of posting can be obtained at all post offices.
INLAND BOOK POST. The Book Post Rate is one halfpenny for every 2 oz. or a fraction of 2 oz. Every Book Packet must be posted either without a cover or in a cover entirely open at the ends. No Book Packet may exceed 5 lbs in weight, or one foot Rix inches in length, nine inches in width, and six inches in depth.
POST OFFICE TELEGRAMS The charge for Telegrams throughout the United Kingdom is 6d. for the first twelve words, which must include addresses of sender and receiver. It is not, how- ever, necessary to telegraph sender's address, and by this omission an average of seven »ords may be sent for sixpence. Free addresses are abolished; numbers in addresses are counted as one word. After the first twelve words the charge is one halfpenny a word.
POSTAL ORDERS. These Orders are for certain fixed sums from Is. up to > £ 1. For those for Is. and Is. 6d. the charge is id for 2s.. 2s. 6d., 3s., 3s. 6d., 4s, 4s. 6d.. 5s., 7s. 6d.. 10s., 10s. 6d., it is Id.; for 15s. and 20s. it is l^d. Broken amounts can be made up by postage stamps affixed to the back of an order. These notes must be cashed within three months.
MONEY ORDERS FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM. Money Orders are granted in the United Kingdom at the following rates :-For sums not exceeding £ 1, 2d.; not exceeding £2, 3d.; not exceeding t4, 4d.; not ex- ceeding £7, 5d.; and not exceeding £10, 6d.
STAMP DUTIES. Agreement, or Memorandum of Agreeement, æ s d under hand only, not otherwise charged 0 0 6 Appraisement or Valuation of any estate or effects, where the amount of the appraise- ment shall not exceed X-5 0 0 3 Not to exceed £ lo.O 0 6 Not to exceed £ j0 0 2 6 20..0 1 0 100 0 5 0 30 0 1 6 200 0 10 0 40.0 2 0 500 0 15 0 Exceeding £ 500 1 0 0 Exceeding £50() 1 0 0 Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes, of any kind whatsoever, except bauk notes :—Not exceeding X5 0 0 1 exceeding X5 and not exceeding £ 10 0 0 2 10 25 0 0 3 25 50 0 0 6 50 75 0 0 9 75 100 ..0 1 0 Every £ 10:), and also for any fractional part of £ LOJ, of such amount 0 1 0
LICENCES. £ s d Dogs of any kind (penalty £ 5) 0 7 6 Ditto, Ireland 0 2 6 Game Licenses, if taken out after 31st July and before 1st Nov., to expire on 31st July following. 3 0 0 After 31st July, expire 31st October 2 0 0 After 31st October, expire 31st July .200 Gamekeepers. 2 0 0 Ditto, deputation of 0 10 0 Game Dealer's Licence 2 0 0 Gun (Licence to carry) 0 10 0 Hawkers and Pedlars per year:- Travelling with an horse or an ass 4 0 0 If more than one horse, for each 4 0 0 House Agents, letting furnished houses above £ 25 a year .200 Medicine (Patent)Dealers, &c. For each Licence 0 5 0
INCOME TAX. Incomes amounting to X 150 a year and under £ 400 are rated at 8d. in the pound, but £ 12"' of the total income is exempt from taxation. Annual incomes of X400 and above that sum are rated at 8d. in the pound without deduction.
PLACES OF WORSHIP. AB KRYSTWYTH. ESTABLISHED CHURCH. St. Michael's (English), St. Mary's (Welsh), and Mission Room at Tretechan. Vicar, Rev. J. H. Protheroe. Curates, Revs. D. Lewis Davies and W. Evans. Holy Trinity. Vicar, Rev. Prebendary Williams. Curate, Rev. D. W. Jenkins. ( ALVINISTIC METHODIST. Tabernacle, Powell-street (Branches at Tanycae, Tretechan and Penparke) Shiloh, North-parade, (Branches at Skinner-street and Waun), Welsh. Tabernacle, Rev. T. Levi. Shiloh, Rev. Lewis Williams. English Presbyterian Church, Newfoundland-street, Rev. J. G. Davies. WESLEYAN METHODIST. St. Paul's Great Darkgate-street, and Siloam, Moor street (W). Rev. John Evans. Wesley Chapel (E). Rev. J. Skerratt. BAPTIST. Bethel, Baker-street (W). Rev. J. A. Morris. English Chapel, Alfred-place. Rev. T. E. Williams. INDEPENDENT. Welsh Chapel, Bak?r-street. Rev. Job Miles. Congregational Church, Portland-street 'E). Rev. T. A. Penry. UNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH. Chapel in Lewis Terrace (W). Rev. D. G. Edwards. ROMAN CATHOLIC. St. Winifride's. Queen's-road. Priest-Rev. Father Lynch. THE SALVATION ARMY. Temperance Hall, North Parade. LLANBADARN PARISH CHURCH. Vicar, Rev. J Pugh; curate, Rev. T. Parry.
THE MOON'S CHANGES. L. Qnar., January 6th, 11.43m.; N. Moon, do. 13th, 8.39 m.; F. Quar., do. 2tst, 4.49 m.; F. Moon, do. 23th, 11.19 a. L. Quar. February 4th, 7 26 a.; N. Moon, do. lltli, 11 53 a.; F. Quar. do. 20th, 1.59 111.; F. Moon, do. 27th, 11.58 m. L. Quar., March 5th, 3.26 m.; N. Moon, do. 12th, 4.21 a.; F. Quar., do. 20th, 8.43 a F. Moon, do. 27th, 10.7 a. L. Quar., April 3rd, 0.41 a.; N. Moon, do. 11th, 9.8 m.; F. Quar., do. 19th, 11.52 m.; F. Moon, do. 26th, 6 22 m. L. Quar. May 2nd, 11.47 a.; N. Moon, do. 11 th, 1.24 m.; F. Quar. do. 18th, 11.5 a.; F. Moon, do. 2r)fli, 1.40 a. L. Quar, June 1st., 0.53 a.; N. Moon. do. 9th, 434 a.; F Quar., do. 17th, 6.50 m.; F. Moon, do. 23rd, 9.8 a. L. Quar July 1st., 3.53 m.; N. Moon, do. 9th, 6 17 m.; F Quar., do. 16th., 0.13 a.; F. Moon, do 23rd, 5.45 m.; L. Quar. do.'30th., 8.30 a. N. Moon August 7th, 6.21 a.: F. Quar. do. 14th., 4.44 a. F. Moon, do. 21st., 4.20 a.; L. Quar. do. 29th, 2.18. a. N. Moon, September 6th, 4.56m.; F Quar., do. 12th, 10.0 a.; F. Moon, do. 20th, 5.24 m.; L. Quar. do. 21th, 8.30m. N. Moon, October 5th, 2.34a.; F. Quar. do. 12th, 5.^9m.; F. Moon, do. 19th, 9.9 a.; L. Quar. do 28th, 1.56 m. N. Moon, November 4th, 0.2 m.; F. Quar do. 10th, 4.16 a.; F. Moon, do. 18th, 3.16 a.; L. Quar. do. 26th, 5 21 a. N. Moon, Decem- ber 3rd, 10.6 m.; F. Quar. do. 10th, 6.46 111.; F. Moon, do. 18th, 10.41 m.; L. Quar. do. 26th, 6-0 111. ,J/&
SUPPLEMENT TO THE "ABERYSTWYTH OBSERVER."
CARDIGANSHIRE. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Lord Lieutenant — Lieut.-Colonel E. L. Pryse, Peithyll. High Sheriff (nominate)—J. T. Morgan, Nantceirio Hall. Chairman of Quarter S ssions— C. M. Griffith, Q,C., Llwynduris. Deputy Chairman -Colonel Lewes, Llanllear. Clerk of the Peace—F. R. Roberts, Aberystwyth. County Treasurer— National Provincial Bank. County Surveyor—G. A. Hutchins, Lampeter. Chief Constable—Major C. Bassett Lewis, Aberystwyth. Coroners — Evan Rowland, Goginan John Rowland, The Garth. Llan- ddewi Bren J. H. Evans, Newcastle Einlyn. Deputy Corouer W. Hughes-Jonea, solicitor, Aberystw\ th Dates of Holding Quarter Sessions -January 3, April 3, July 3, and October 16.
COUNTY INSTITUTIONS. County Roads Board-Chairman, C. M. Griffith, Q.C.; Surveyor, G. A. Hutchins, Lampeter. Held same day as Quarter Sessions, except annual meeting not fixed. Clerk, F. R. Roberts, Aberystwyth. Artillery-Colonel T. Lloyd
ABERAYRON. — Supt. Registrar, B. C. Jones, Alban-sq. Registrar of Births and Deaths, D. Jones, Penwern, Cilcennin of Marriages, D. H, Davies, Tailor's Hall; Deputy, John M. Howell Ironmonger. Bank: National Provincial Bank, W. H. Jones, manager. Relieving Omcers D. Jones, Penwern, Cilcennin and D. Davies, Llanarth. Rural Sanitary Authority-T. H. Maddy, Esq., chairman B. C. Jones, clerk. Sanitary Medical Officers: Dr. Williams, Aberayron Dr. Evans, New Quay. Sani- tary Inspector: Griffith Evans. Officer of Inland Revenue D-Ir T. Crttnlej, IUH. cloooo for Carmarthen and the South at 1.20 p.m.; for Aberystwyth and the North at 2.45 p.m. Letters for South Wales and the West of England may be posted each morning up to 7.25 am. Letters from those parts a.re delivered each evening at 7. Morn- ing delivery commences at 10.45 a.m. Telegraph Office open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. week days, and 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sundays. Postmaster: T. Davies. A waggonette leaves Aberystwyth daily at 7.45 a.m., for Aberayron, returning at 3 p.m., and arriving at Aberystwyth at 5.30 p.m. Sundays Time of leaving Aberystwyth 11 a.m., and returning at 2.40 p.m. Vans run to Aberystwyth every day in summer, starting from Aberayron at 7 a.m., from Aberyst- wyth at 4 p.m. In winter on Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, starting from Aberayron at 7 a.m. from Aberystwyth at 4 p.m. A waggonette leaves Lampeter daily at 7.50 a.m., for Aberayron, return- ing from Aberayron at 1.30 p.m. A coach leaves Feathers daily at 7.35 a.m. to meet the Lampeter 10 a.m. down train, returning on the arrival of the 4.20 p.m. train from the >^outh. Vans also run every day. Harbour Master Mr T. Davies.
NEW QUAY.-Local Board: Chairman, Rev. J. Jones; T. Lloyd, D. Davies, E. Thomas, C. J. Hughes, E. Davies, J. G. Rees, D. Davies and W. Timothy. Clerk, T. Evans; medical officer, Dr Evans Inspector of Nuisances, T. Davies. School Board: Chairman Rev. D. Griffiths Rev. W. Griffiths, C. J. Hughes, Revs. J. Jones, and L. Roderick clerk, Joshua Jones attendance officer, J. Price treasurer, J. 0. Davies. Bank, National Provincial Bank, open every Thursday, manager, W. H. Jones, Aberayron. Relieving Officer, D. Davies, Llanarth. Officer of Inland Revenue, Mr Cranley, Llanarth. Harbour Master, T. Davies. Post closes for Carmarthen and the South, at 1.35 p.m and for Aberystwyth and the North at 10 p m. Delivery of letters from the >outh commences about 10 a m., and the delivery of letters from the North about 2.30 p.m. Telegraph office open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on week days, and 8 a.m. to 10 a.m on Sunday. No delivery on Sundays. Postmistress, Eleanor Williams. Vans run to Aberystwyth on Monday and Friday, start- ing from New Quay about 5.30 a.m., and from Aber- ystwyth at 2.40 p.m. Vans also run to Llandyssul on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and to New Quay Road on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The vans that ply between New Quay and Llandyssul and New Quay and New Quay Road start between 5 and 6 a.m., and return after the arrival of the 4 p.m. train.
LOCAL MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. CARDIGANSHIRE—(12,308)—W. Bowen Rowlands, Q.C, (L), Glenmare, Broad Haven, Pembroke (4,252). MONTGOMERYSHIRE.—(8.870)—Stuart Rendel (L), Plas Dinam (3,799). MONTGOMERY DISTRICT.—Hon. F. S A. Hanbury- Tracy (L), Pentryn Hall, Montgomery (1344). MERIONETHSHIRE. — (9,333) — T. E. Ellis (L), Cynlas, Bala (4,127).
MERIONETHSHIRE. Barmonth-J. C. Hughes, Dolgelley; date fixed at the commencement of the year. Dolgelley-G. J. Williams and Millard; alternate Tuesdays. Towyn-D. Howell, Machynlleth first Friday, monthly, except in October, and last Friday in September.
MARKETS. Aberystwyth, Monday, monthly market first Mon- day in month Aberaeron, Wednesday Lampeter, Friday Cardigan, Saturday Tregaron, Tuesday day in month Aberaeron, Wednesday Lampeter, Friday Cardigan, Saturday Tregaron, Tuesday Machynlleth, Wednesday. I
JANUARY. FEBRUARY. MARCH. I APRIL. MAY. | JUNE. 1 Su Goronwy Owen born 1722 1 W liTh St David's College opened '27 11 Su EASTER SUNDAY 11 Tu Queen's Hotel, Ab'wyth op,'66 1 F Machynlleth Eng. Ch. com.'81 2 M [died 1874 2 Th iGutyn Peris b 1769 2'F Aberystwyth College buildings 2 M Thomas Stephens b 1810 2'W loan Tegid d '52. Rev Henry 2 S Mr Pryse Pryse m. 81 3 Tu RevMorrisWilliams(Nicander) 3 F -R. Ellis (Cynddelw) b'12 3 S [purchased'66 3 Tu 3 Th [Morgan, Aberarth, d 1887 3 Su Morgan Llwyd o Wynedd d 1659 3 Tu Rev MorrisWilliams (Nicander) 3 F IR. Ellis (Cynddelw) b '12 3 S [purchased'66 3 Tu 3 Th [Morgan, Aberarth, d 1887 3 Su Morgan Llwyd o Wynedd d 1659 4 W Thomas Stephens died 1875 4 S ,Dr Williams's School op'd'78 4 Su Menai Bridge op. '50 4 W Oliver Goldsmith d 1774 4 F Rev D. Peter,Carmarthen, d'37. 4 M Dr Owen Pughe d'35 5 Th 5 Su 5 M Th First Umbrella used in London 5 S Napoleon I. d '21 I 5 Tu 6 F 6 M IW. Williams (Caledfryn) b'01 6 Tu 6 F [1720. Bardd Coch d 1776 6 Su John Elias b 1774 6 W [Rev Ed. Davies d 1841 7 S 7 Tu Fire at Aberystwyth 1879 71W Sir J. F. W. Herschel b 1792 ? S [1761: 7 M Pedr Fardd b 1775. Rev Isaac' 7 Th First Reform Bill passed '32 8 Su Prince Albert Victor born 1864 8 W Xord Mayo assassinated '72 8 Th William Roscoe b 1753 8 Su Rev G. Jones, Llanddowror, d 8 Tu [Williams d '65 8 F Rev John Elias d 1841 9 M Victor Emmanuel died 1878 9 Th [Bishop Hooper burned 1555 9 F Dr Williams, Rotherham, d'73 9 M General Lee surrendered, 1865 9 W Schiller died 1805 ['57 9 S Charles Dickens d'70 10 Tu Baptist Coll. Pontypool op 1807 10 F [loan Tegid b 1792 io S Mr E. Breese, Portmadoc'd '81 10 Tu Lewis Morris o Fon d 1765 10 Th Indian Revolution commenced 10 Su Govt. Grant to Abyst. Coll.'84 11 W |Williams, Pantycelyndied 1791 11 S [Asaph, d 1512 11 Su Glan Alun b'11 jH W Handel d 1759 11 F Dafydd Ionawr d '27 11 M Mr G. T. Smith died 1882 12 Th Lord Iddesleigh died 1887 12 Su Dafydd ab Owen, Bishop of St. 12 M Lewis Morris o Fon b 1702 |12 Th 12 S Earl Strafford beheaded 1641 12 Tu Dr Arnold died 1842 13 F First hat made in London 1510 13 M Lord R. Churchill b 1849 13 Tu Duke of Connaught married'79 13 F 13 Su 13 W Sir Harry Vane beheaded 1662 14 S 14 Tu Sir S. R. Meyrick d'48 14 W 14 S Towyn Church re-opened'84 14 M John Roberts (I. Gwyllt) d'76 14 Th Thomas Pennant b 1726 15 Su Theophilus Jones died 1812 15 W ASH WEDNESDAY 15 Th King of Sweden shot 1792 15 Su Shakespeare b 1564 15 Tu Lord Lisburne married'78. Dr 15 F Magna Charta signed 1215 16 M '16 Th ,Lindley Murray d '26 16 F 16 M Rev O. Davies, Tregaron, d '87 16 jW [John Davies, Mallwyd, d 1644 16 S Rev T. Jones, Denbigh, d '20 17 T loan Pedr died '76 17 F Eben Fardd d '63 17 s W. Williams, Wern, d.'40 17 Tu Aberyst. Lib. Club, inaug. '81 17 Th 17 Su Joseph Addison d 1719 18 W Dr Rowland Williams died 1870 18 S Henry Rees d '69 18 Su Princess Louise b '48 18 W 118 F 18 M Picton killed at Waterloo'15 19 Th First English Parliament, 1265 19 Su 19 M Bishop Ken d 1711 19 Th Ieuan Glan Geirionydd b 1795; 19 S Alun d'40 19 Tu Aberystwy th Observer est. '58 20 F Eliezer Williams died 1820 20 M John Parry d '79 20|Tu Richards, Llangrallo, d 1790 20 F [Earl Beaconsfield d '81 20 Su WHIT SUNDAY 20 W 21 S Ieuan Glan Geirionydd d 1855 21 Tn 21 W Gwilym Lleyn d '65 21 S 21 M BANK HOLIDAY 21 Th Inigo Jones d 1561 22 Su Dafydd Ionawr born 1751 22 W Washington b 1732 d 1799 22 Th Emperor of Germany b 1797 22 Su Shakespeare d 1616. Cons. 22 Tu Alexander Pope born 1688 22 F Mathew Henry d 1714 23 M How el Harris born 1714 23 Th Ieuan Gwynedd d '52 23 F 23 M [Club, Machynlleth, op. 1887. 23 W 23 S Income Tax first levied'42 TT- 1 tt. Ti £ C,hrLat°pher Wren d 1723 24 S Eurydice wrecked '78 24 Tn Daniel Defoe d. 1731 24 Th Queen Victoria b '19 24 Su CanterburyBlds. S.D.C. Lamp. 25 W [Loveden and Vis. Parker m 87 25 S Battle of Prague '31 25 Su Archbishop Williams d 1650 25 W 25 F Princess Helena b '46 25 M 1st Harlech Festival'68 [op'87 £ h ?r,D1;WiIlia™s.d Mlss 11 fj1 |Th°mas Moore, poet, d '52 26 M Duke of Cambridge b '19 26 Th 26 S Borth Water Works op'81 26 Tu il o Joan Gibson, R.A., d 66 27 M Corn Laws abolished 1846 27 Tu Kev R. Jones, Rotherhithe d '79 27 F Sir William Jones d 1794 27 Su Columbus disc. Bahama 1492 27 W 2° T? E. Richards, Ystradmeurig, d 28 W Daniel Ddu o Geredigion d '46 28 S Rhys ap Gruffydd d 1117 28 M Owen Glyndwr b 1349 28 Th OA « -r.. ™ T 29 W [1777 29 Th Dr Phillips, Neuadd, b 1772 (29 Su Wynne Memorial Ch. op. '84. 291 Tu John Tewy d,1593 29 F Edward Llwyd d 1790 O? M I £ N/ £ H,APLE8J- 30 F GOOD FRIDAY 30 M [Thos. Rees, D.D., d '85 30 W 30 S 31 Tu 39 Articles subscribed, 1563 | 31 g charlotte Bronte d '55 I 31J Th JULY. AUGUST. SEPTEMBER. OCTOBER. NOVEMBER. DECEMBER. 1 Su 1J. Walters, lexicographer, d 1 W Bala C.M~ College opened '37 T~S Bishop R7MorganiT673 1 M 1 Th Archdeacon Hughes d~'60 1 S BTirdd Nantglyn d '35 [X660 M Sir Robert Peel d'50 [1750 2|Th Rev D. Jones, Ph.D d 1871 2 Su D. Charles, Carmarthen, d '34 2 Tu T. Price (Carnhuanawc) b 1787 2 F Iago Trichrug d'44 2 Su Hugh Lloyd c Bp. of Llandaff 3 Tu Dog Days begin 3 F B'nk. of Engl 'nd instituted 1732 3 M Man kill'd by lighting M'lleth, 3 W Treaty of Limerick, 1691 3 S 3 M P. Morgan, Bp of Worcester, d 4 W Caervallwch d'58 4 S [Rev T. Jones (Llallawg)LL.D., 4 Tu Frch. Republic procld '70 "67 4' Th Guizot born, 1787 4 Su George Peabody d'69 4 Tu Thomas Carlyle b 1795 [1419 '> Th [Aberystwyth, laid'69 5 Su Lord Howe d 1799 [d '79 5 W Malta t. 1800. Ieuan Gwvnedd 5;F Thos. Charles, Bala, died 1814 5 M 5 W Owallter Mechain d '49 o F Mem. stone Eng. Wes. church, M Duke of Edinburgh b '44 6 Th Td'20 6 S Jenny Lind b 1821 d 1887 6 Tu Simon Lloyd. Bala, d '36 6 Th Judge Jenkins d 1663 7 S John Huss burnt 1415 7 Tu Dr Owen Pughe b 1759 7 F Dr Johnson born 1709 7 Su C. Meth. Coll. Trevecca op.'42 7 W Dr Davies, Bp. St. David's d 7 F Marshal Ney shot'15 8jSu Fire at Aberystwyth Col., 1885 »W Peter Williams d 1796 8 Ab'ysth Eng Bap. ch. stone Id. 8 W [Earl Spencer at Ab'ysth, '87 8 Th lEn. Ch. Mach. op. '82 [1581 8 S 9 M 9 Th 9 Su ['69 9 Tu Univer. Coll. of Wales op. '72 9 F 9 Su Milton b 1608 9 M 9 Th 9 Su ['69 9 Tu Univer. Coll. of Wales op. '72 9 F 9 Su Milton b 1608 9 M 9 Th 9 Su ['69 9 Tu Univer. Coll. of Wales op. '72 9 F 9 Su Milton b 1608 10 Tu Rev J. H. Jones, Llanid., d'78 1° F Trinity church op. 1886. Rev 10 M W. Morgan, B. of St Asaph d 10 W Duke of Argyll born 1680 10 S Martin Luther died 1483 10 M Harbour Wks. Car'von com'68 11 W Robert ap Gwilym Ddu d'50 H S [W. Gambold b. 1672 11 Tu Lady Palmerston d'69 [1604 11 Th Baron Lewis Owen slain 1555 11 Su 11 Tu I lewellyn ap Griffith slain 1282 *2 Th 12 Su Man. & Milford Ry. op. *67 12 W Nat. Kist'fod at Ab'ystwvth '65 12 F Robert Stephenson died 1859 12 M Charles Kemble d '54 12 W First Tithe Distraint Sales, 13 jF Eichard Cromwell d 1712 13 M 13 Th Dr Richards Lljnn, d 1818 13 S Rt Hon C. Raikes at Mach'lleth 13 Tu 13 Th [Llanddewi Aberarth, '87 14 ;S Rl. Davies (Mynyddog) d '76 14 Tu [H. Hughes, Glynpadarn d '87 14 F Duke of Wellington died 1852 H Su iThos. Charles, Bala, b 1755 ['87 14 W Dubricius, Bp. Llandaff, d 612 14 F Prince Albert d'61 151 Su .^V. Davies (Gwallter Mechain) 15 W Sir Walter Scott b 1771. Mr 15 S Borth church consecrated '79 15 M ^Sir W. Raleigh beheaded 1618 15 Th John Bright b. 1811 115 S Isaak Walton d 1683 16 !M Flight of Mohamet 622 [b 1761 16 Th Admiral Farragut d '70 16 Su Brecon Cong. Coll. opened '69 16 Tu Dl. Rowland, Ll'ngeitho, d 1790 16 F EvictionConference Aber'th'69 16 Su Thomas Pennant d 1798 17 Tu 17 F John Jones, Talysarn, d'57 17 M Moscow burnt, 1812 17 W Hugh Lloyd, D.C.L., d 1601 17 S Mrs Fryer, Lodge Park, d 1887 17 M Welsh Fasting Girl d'69 18 W Battle of Vienna 1683 18 S Wish Ed.Com. report issued'81 18 Tu Gutyn Peris died 1836 18 Th lUniv College, Bangor, op.'84 18 Su Duke of Wellington buried '52 18 Tu Iolo Morganwg d'26 19 Th Christmas Evans d '38 19 Su Cam. Ar. Asso. at Lampeter'78 19 W Battle of Toictiers, 1356 '9 F Dean Swift died 1745 19 M ISir Hugh Owen died 1881 19 W Schiller b 1792 20 F Spanish Armada 1588 20 M 20 Th Siege of Paris commenced 1870 20 S Bp of M'chester at Osw'stry '78 20 Tu John Williams martyred'39 20 Th Lord Macaulay d'15 21 S Hovvel Harris died 1773 2 Tu 21 F Owen Glyndwr died 1415 211 Su jBattle of Trafalgar 1805 21 W Princess Royal b'40 21 F Lord Beaconsfield b '05 22 |Su Ab'sth & W'lsh c'st Ry. op '64 22 W Battle of Bos worth 1485 22 S iDelhi re-taken 1857 22 iM Aid Philip Williams d 1887 22 Th 22 S Archbp Canterbury b '11 23 |M A.J Johnes d 1871 23 Th Mid. Wales Ry. opened'64 23 Su Charles I. deposed 1640 ['68 23 Tu Mach'lleth Sh'p Dog Trials, '79 23 F Lady Edwards d 1882 23 Su Prince Albert buried'61 24, Tu Window Tax repealed '51 241 F LI an eroll en Bap. Col. op. '62 24 M 1st Merion. Agric.' Show Bala. 24 W jUniv. Coll., Cardiff, opened '83 24 S John Knox d 1574 24 M Kev Walter Cradoc d 1659 O ™ 25 S Welsh Sun. Clos. Act passed '81 25 Tu T1623 25! Th Syr Dafydd Gam slain 1415 25)Su Dean Llewelin, Lampeter, d '78 25 Tu CHRISTMAS DAY. Th Irish Church Disestablish^'69 26 Su Bishop Thirlwall d'75 26 W Dr Parry Bp. of S. Asaph d 26 F Royal Charter wrecked 1859 26 M 26 W BANK HOLIDAY. [gan, d'58 ^7 F Battle of Talavera'09 1^7 M J. Williams (Ap Ithel) d '62 27 Th 271 S Vavasor Powel died 1670 27 Tu [wood'68 27 Th Ven Archd. Williams, Cardi- 28 S Alabama sailed from L'pool'62 28 Tu Leigh Hunt died 1859 [82 28 F Sir William Jones born 1746 28! Su 28 W Fatal Poaching Affray, Cross- 28 F [(Bard of Snowdon) d 1835 29 Su William Wilberforced'33 29 W Salvation Army est. at Abyth., 29 S Owain Myfyr died 1814 291 M Riot at Bristol 1831 29 Th Ab'yst first School Bd. elected 29 S W.E.Gladstone b'09. R. Llwyd M 30 Th Bishop Lloyd, St Asaph, d 171T 30 Su 30 Tu Dr H. Maurice, Bp. St Asaph, 30 F ['70 30 Su Royal Society instituted 1660 31 Tq 31 F Huw Morris, poet, b 1709 31 W Nos Calan Gauaf [d 1691 31 M
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THE ABERYSTWYTH OBSERVER, Published every Friday Evening for Satitrday. ONE IJENNY. The Observer is the oldest newspaper in THE CASTL To^A is^ 4 THE BRIDGE. pLYNLIM^( LAKE> PRINTING OF w I. Source of the Aberystwyth Water Supply.
MONTGOMERYSHIRE. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Lord Lieutenant—Right Hon. the Earl of Powis, Powis Castle. High Sheriff (nominate) — Major Corbett-Winder, Vaenor Park. Chairman of Quarter Sessions-The Earl of Powis. Deputy Chairman— C W. Williams Wynn, Coedymaen, Meifod. Clerk of the Peace-G. D. Harrison, Welshpool. County Treasurer—W. M. Howell, Welshpool. County Surveyor- W. N. Swettenham. Newtown. Chief Constable- Major Godfrey, Newtown. Coroners- W. A. Pughe, Llanfyllin.; E. M. Jones, Welshpoolf; E. Hall, Newtown, D. Howell, Machynlleth. Days of holding" Quarter Sessions—January 4th and 5th at Welshpool. April 4th and 5th at Newtown, July 4th and 5th at Newtown, October 17th and 18th at Welshpool. LOCAL OFFICIALS, &c. MACHYNLLETH-Supt Registrar D. Howell. Registrar of Births, &c.: Lewis Williams. Chief Officer of Inland Revenue — Hasset. Sanitary Medical Officer Thomas Davies. Sanitary Inspec- tor David Humphreys. Bank: National Provincial Bank of England manager, H. LI. Jones. Post closes at 8.30 a.m. and 1i.30 p.m for Shrewsbury, London, &c., and 615 a.m for Aberystwyth and Towyn delivery commences at 7.45 a.m and 5.30 p.m. Telegraph Office open from 8 a.m to 8 p.m. Sunday 8 a.m to 10 a.m. Postmaster: Peter Williams.
MERIONETHSHIRE. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Lord Lieutenant—Capt Pryce, Cyfronydd, Welsh- pool. High Sheriff (nominate) W. T. Poole, Llan- bedr. Chairman of Quarter Sessions—W. R. M. Wynne, Peniarth. Deputy Chairman of Quarter Sessions-Samuel Pope, Q.C., Hafodybryn, Llan- bedr. Clerk of the Peace—Robert Jones, Portmadoc. County Treasurer — John Richards, Dolgelley. Coroner — G. J. Williams, Dolgelley. Deputy Coroner—W. Williams, Bala. County Surveyor- Owen Pierce, Brynrhug, Dolgelley. Chief Constable -Major T. W. Best, Bronygader, Dolgelley. Quarter Sessions-At Dolgelley, January 3 and 4, July 3 and 4; at Bala, April 3 and 4, October 16 and 17. COUNTY INSTITUTIONS. Merionethshire Agricultural Society — President, Samuel Pope, Q.C., Hafodybryn, Llanbedr. Secre- tary, E. M. Roberts, Cefn Trevor Issa, Talsarnau. Dr Williams' Endowed Girls' School, Dolgelley- Chairman of Governors, Samuel Holland, Caerdeon, Dolgelley. Head Mistress, Miss Fewings. Clerk to the Governors-W. R. Davies, solicitor, Dolgelley. Edeyrnion Agricultural Society-R. J. Jones, secre- tary pro tem. President, J. C. Edwards, Trevor Hall. TOWYN AND ABERDOVEY. — Local Board- Chairman, James Webster. Clerk, W. R. Davies. Days of meeting, second Friday in the month. Registrar of Births, &c., William Jones, Aberdovey. Sanitary Inspector, Edward Williams, Aberdovey. Medical Officer of Health, Dr F. H. V. Grosholz. Relieving Officer, William Jones, Aberdovey. Sur- veyor to the Local Board, P. H. Hughes, Towyn. School Board-Chairman, J. Webster. Vice-chair- man, W. W. Jones. Clerk, P. H. Hughes, Towyn. Days of meeting, second Tuesday in each month, alternately at Aberdovey and Towyn. Aberdovey Import and Export Company-Secretary, J. Robert- son. Postmaster at Towyn, J. Jones at Aberdovey, J. Bell. Aberdovey Custom House Officer, J. Thomas.
RAILWAY OFFICIALS. CAMBRIAN (Offices at Oswestry)—Chairman—Jas. Frederick Buckley; Secretary and Traffic Manager, J. Conacher; Engineer, G. Owen Passenger Supt., F. Vaughan Goods Superintendent, John Shepherd; Solicitor, H. C. Corfield. CORRIS-Mamtger, J. R. Dix. TALYLLYN—Manager, J. Roberts, Towyn. MANCHESTER AND MILFORD (Offices at Aber- ystwyth)—Manager J. C. Russell Acting Manager, W. A. Young; Engineer, J. W. Szlumper. FESTINIOG-Manager, F. G. Crick, Portmadoc. MAWDDWY.—Manager, F. Williams, Oswestry.
BOARDS OF GUARDIANS. Aberayron—Chairman, Major J. G. P. Hughes; vice- chairman, Major Price Lewes, Tyglyn Aeron; clerk, B. C. Jones; alternate Wednesdays. Aberystwyth -Chairman, H. C. Fryer clerk, Hugh Hughes; alternate Mondays, commencing Jan. 2. Cardigan-Chairman, W. 0. Biigstocke; clerk, Mr Evans; every other Wednesday. Lampeter-Chairman, — Davies, Felindre David Lloyd, clerk Fridays, fortnightly. Machynlleth-Chairman,R. Gillart; clerk, D. Howell; alternate Wednesdays. Tregaron-Chairman, oR. J. Davies; J. D. Williams, clerk; alternate Tuesdays.
HIGHWAY BOARDS. CARDIGANSHIRE. Aberayron-Chairman, Capt Longcroft, Lone clerk, B. C. Jones. Lower Ystwyth-Chairman, Vaughan Davies Hugh Hughes, clerk days of meeting, third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Upper Ystwyth—Chairman, Morris Davies; Hugh Hughes, clerk days of meeting, third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Upper GeneurgIyn-Chairman.H. C. Fryer; Hugh Hughes. clerk days of meeting, third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Lower Geneu'rglyn—Chairman, Rev John Pugh; Hugh Hughes, clerk; days of meeting, third Monday in January, April, July, and October. Tregaron-Chairman, R. J. Davies; J. D. Williams, clerk. Lampeter—Chairman, T. H. R. Hughes D. Lloyd, clerk. MERIONETHSHIRE. Dolgelley—Chairman, Edward Griffith C. Millard, clerk. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. Machynlleth-Chairman, Rev. J. W. Kirkham; D. Evans, clerk; days of meeting, second Wednesday of every month.