IMPORTANT. In view of the recent drought, and the present shallow state of wells, &c. it behoves every house- holder to see that the wat(jr supply is filtered through Maignen's Patent Filtre Rapids,—" A better filter could not be desired."—Lancet." Full particulars and medical evidence post free from Maignen's Filtre
BOW STREET. FUNERALS.—On Thursday the funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Jones, 86, who was killed a, LHnfihangel lower level crossing, on Sunday, on her way to church, by a. railway train, took place, and the deep- est sympathy was manifested by all towards the family of the deceased, in consequence of the a id accident. People came from far and near, to show their last respects. The remains were deposited at Llangorwen churchyard, beside those of her husband, who predeceased her 18 years. The Rev J. M. Griffiths, Llatifihangel, officiated an the house, at Bow street, and was assisted at the church by the Rev W. Evans, vicar.-On Friday an old inhabitant, Enoch Jones, late Fronddel, aged 81, was interred at Garn cemetery. The deceased had been ailing for some years, and owin? to that he had to give up his trade of weaver. He had been a good scripture reader in his time, and took a keenest inter, st in all wo:k connected with religion. SENTENCED TO DEATH. These are tin most terribly significant threo words wa have in the English language. Thousands of wretched creatures, whose lives have become forfeited to the outraged laws of their country, have heird th^m pronounced with feelings of sickening terror. The man who has neglected the most simple laws of health feels that aifis indeed lost, when the dread sertence is pro- nounced by the doctor, who has used all his medical skill upon him, in vain. In the latter case, however, the door of hope has been opened, through the medium of Holloway's Pills and Ointment. They have effected a cure at the last moment, as thousands of testimonials, being constantly received, will prove.
THE ELECTRIC LIGHT AND PIER PAVILION. APPROVAL OF THE COUNCIL The members of the Town Council met in committee-at the Town Hall, on Thursday evening, for the purpose of considering the scheme of the Bourne and Grant Electricity Supply Company, Limited, for illuminating the marine front by electricity, and to deal with matters appertaining to the pavilion pro- posed to be erected on the west side of the entrance to the promenade pier. Dr T. D. Harries, mayor, presided, and the following members and officers were also present- Aldermen David Roberts, Peter Jones, and C. M. Williams, Councillors William Thomas, Robert Ellis, Robert Doughton, Thomas Doughton, Griffith Williams, W. H. Palmer, John Jenkins, D. C. Roberts, T. W. Powell, Messrs A. J. Hughes, town clerk, and Rees Jones, borough surveyor. With the view of ascertaining what was done at other watering places, the Town Clerk was instructed to ascertain from the local authorities at Brighton and Blackpool the distance between each arc lamp at those places. After a lengthy discussion it was also eventually decided to make the following re- commendations to the Council:— (1). That for the effective lighting of the Marine front 18 arc lamps are required. That such lamps be lit from dusk to midnight during six months in the year, and that for the remaining six months ten of such lamps be lit from dusk to midnight, and that in addition to the Terrace lamps, a lamp be placed in Great Darkgate-street, near tin; Town Clock, and another in North-parade, near the London and Provincial Bank, the out-going and return currents to be so ar- ranged as to allow this to be done. (2). That a contract, upon terms to be agreed upoH to be entered into with the Bourne & Grant Electricity Supply Co., Ltd., for maintaining the lamps with carbons, and to supply energy for a term of three years, with the option of the Council to extend the term to five years. (3). That an advertisement be inserted in "Lightning" and "Electrical Engineer" in- writing designs and tenders for arc lamps, stand- ards, lanterns, lamps, fittings, and apparatus, according to specification to be prepared by the Borough Surveyor, such designs and tenders to be sent in so that the same may be considered and decided upon at the second special meeting of the Council in March. The committee afterwards dealt with the application of the Company with regard to the pier pavilion, and after a lengthy debate they resolved to make the following recom- mendations :— That having inspected the elevation plans of a pavilion proposed to be erected on the west side of the promenade pier, and having considered the application of Mr Thomas Grant for the permission of the Council to erect the pavilion, they recommend (subject to the approval of detailed plans and specifi- cations of the pavilion, which are to be sub- mitted to the Council) that the application be granted, and they further recommended the Council to grant to Mr Grant a right to con- struct an emergency exit from the promenade pier on the western side of the present entrance, at an annual rent of jEl. The terms of the lease will be submitted to the Council for their approval, and all hoardings and advertisements to be placed on the pier shall be subject to the approval of the Council. A special meeting of the Council was held on Saturday, for the purpose of receiving the report of the committee of the whole Council, the following being present—Dr T.D. Harries, mayor, Alderman D. Roberts, Peter Jones, C. M. Williams, and George Green, Councillors Robert Ellis, Griffith Williams, Robert Doughton, R. J. Jones, and T. W. Powell; Ittessrs cmunes lerassey, acting lor TBe Town Clerk, and Rees Jones, borough surveyor. Referring to the recommendation of the committee that 18 lamps be placed on the Marine Terrace, Mr Robert Ellis moved that the number should be reduced to twelve, but on a division the recommendation of the com- mittee was adopted, the adoption of the report being moved by Mr Palmer. The Council adopted the recommendation regarding the pavilion, it being stated that the building would have an ornamental front, and would be erected some forty-five yards outside the line of the wall. It was also ex- plained that the restriction with reference to hoardings and advertisements affected the whole of the pier. Mr Thomas Grant made an application to the Council for a lease of Plascrug farm and fiats for a term of 99 years, with the view of I laying the place out as pleasure grounds. The Mayor remarked that Mr Grant would be able to get the place laid out properly by ^he grimmer of 1895 if he could take the work in hand at once. The Council eventually agreed to have the Blatter placed on the agenda for consideration at their next meeting. A special meeting of the Council was also held this (Wednesday) evening, Mr Grant being present to explain various matters of detail in the respective schemes.
"IT TOUCHES THE SPOT." t, Aye, that is what" HOMOCEA" does. And does It quickly, too-whether it's a toothache or fienralgia, with all their shooting pains, or eczema, jith its painful and distressing irritation—or piles, make thousands of lives wretched. liheuma- in the joints or muscles has been cured even of years' standing—while for cuts, burns, and bruises FLVS far, very far, ahead of any ointment that has ,O,Ver been put before the public. LORD CARRICK says HOMOCEA cured him of Weeding piles, when all else failed; that he gave 80me to a labourer who was lamed by a stone falling **pon him, whom it cured. A woman had a pain in the elbow and could not bend it for a year, and cured her, and another used it for 3curvy on her and *?t was doing her good—one letter closes «om him with the words, It is the most wonderful stuff that I ever came across." LORD COMBERMERE says HOMOCEA did him more good than any embrocation he had ever used for rheumatism. TESTIMONIAL FROM THE GREAT AFRICAN EXPLORER, HENRY M. STANLEY. Whitehall, London. "Dear Sir,-Your oint- ment, called HOMOCEA, was found to be the most sooth- ing and efficacious unguent that I could possibly have for my fractured limb, as it seems to retain longer than Nany other, that oleaginous- ness so requisite for perfect and efficient massage. The fault of embrocations, gene- rally, is that they harden and require warmth, where yours, besides being particularly aromatic, is s°ft as oil, and almost instantly mollifying in case of severe inflammation.—Yours faithfully, AT STANLEY." Remember that IIOMOCEA subdues inflammation U a iall'dyS i^tation almost as soon as "applied. All wholesale houses stock HOMOCEA. It can be Obtained from Chemists and others at Is. l jd. or • "d. per box, or will be sent by post for Is. 3d. 3s. from the wholesale agency, 21, Hamilton Square, Birkenhead.
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TOWN COUNCIL COMMITTEES. HARBOUR COMMITTEE. A meeting of this committee was hfld on Monday evening, present Mr John Jenkins, chairman, Alder- man Hoberts, Mr llopkins, Capt. Doughton, MrRobt Doughton, Mr D. C. Roberts, Alderman Green, tie Surveyor, the Accountant. and Harbour Master.— The bills were examined and passed.—Attention was called to the new lamp supplied for The pier head, which Capt Doughton remarked was not strong enough, and the committee agreed that Alderman Green, Mr John Jenkins, and Capt Donifhton should see the lamp. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTER. The following were present at this committee- Alderman Jones,chairman, Mr W. Thomas, Aldermen Green, and C. M. Williams, Mr Hopkins, Mr Palmer, Capt Doughton, Mr John Jenkins, the Surveyor, and the Accountant.-Alderman Green asked the Sur- veyor if he had a report to present in regard to the work done by the water inspectors.—Mr Rees Jones replied that he had no report, but stated that only one section of the town had been examined thoroughly and systematically, that section including Queen's- road, Brynymor-terrace, a part of Marine-terrace, and some small branches. At the commencement they found that between mid-night and six o'clock the next morning eleven thousand gallons of water passed through every hour, but it had since, he was [leased to sty, been reduced to a little over two thousand gallons (hear, hear). They found very large leakages in service pipes, and there was a small leakage in one of the mains. They were still paying attention to the same district, with the view, if possible, of reducing the quanti y to a minimum.— The Chairman remarked that this was very satis- factory, and the Surveyor added that since the inspection had been taken in hand the w>\ter ai the reservoir had increased, and at the present time it was within two feet of the top.—At the suggestion of Alderman Green, it was decided that the Surveyor should present A report monthly on the work done in connection with the water scheme.—When the bills were before the committee, Capt Doughton remarked that he had noticed that the Surveyor always gave all orders for pipes, &c., to Mr Jenkin Thomas, which he did not consider fair, adding that he should distribute the orders.—The Surveyor replied that he could not be supplied in that instance by anyone besides Mr Thomas.—Alderm m Williams also observed that he had repeatedly seen bills pre- sented from Mr Rowland JOIJes and Mr Jenkin Jones for material supplied by them.—Capt Doughton sa.id that Mr Jenkin Thomas's name appeared oftener than that of anyone else.—In reply to Mr Green, the Surveyor stated that he proposed dividing the town into five sections for the purpose of detecting the waste of water, &c. There were other small mains which would aluo occupy their attention, where he did not think the Council would be justified in going to the expense of placing a. meter permanently, but they would have one fixed temporarily at these places periodicaUy.—Mr Palmer drew attention to the un- finished footpath on the Marine-terrace. He pointed out that the Council proposed laying setts across the roadway between the Mayor's house and Waterloo to connect the pavement, but the work had not be -n done.—The Surveyor was instructed to submit a re- port upon all streets where setts were required Attention having been called to the unfinished state of the pavement at the foot of Custom House street, Mr William Thomas asked if Mr Hopkins would be prepared to remove his workshop to another site pro- vided by the Council.—Capt Doughton replied that Mr Hopkins was not prepared to shift. It had been stated that Mr Hopkins demanded £80 or X 100. for the place, and he would like to know from the Sur- veyor or the Accountant if he could get an answer to clear it up.—Mr H. L. Evans remarked that he knew nothing about the matter, and the Surveyor also said that he had not heard anything recently, but he re- membered that an estimate was produced some twelve months ago. The estimated cost of raising the shop, which was necessitated by the raising of the road, then was X40 or £ 50.—It was eventually decided to leave the matter in the hands of Alderman Peter Jones and Capt Doughton, who were asked to confer with Mr Hopkins with the view of coming- to some arrangement.—An application by ]}1ra Rice Williams that the Council should carry out the ex- ternal repairs at Penbryn House, as arranged, at a, cost of £100, was laid before the committee, and the Surveyor was instructed to report as to what was re- quited to be done at the house. FINANCE COMMITTEE. Mr Powell presided over this committee, the other members present being Messrs Green, Williams, Peter Jones, R. J. Jones, Hopkins, Thomas, Palmer, D. C. Roberts, and the Surveyor and Accountant.— The bills, &c., having been examined and passed, the Borough Accountant submitted the terms for the renewal of the lease of the old tsnyard in Mill-street, to Mefsrs Bourne and Grant.—Mr Robert Doughton said that there was an undertaking between the Cor- poration and the former owner, to supply the tanyard with water, in compensation for the water which had heAnt TVOtliCT tXB well to omit this from the new lease.—Mr Thomas aU o called attention to the state of the roof of the building, and the committee decided to defer the matter with the view of seeing Mr Grant in the ma.tter.—Plans cf the proposed improvements which the Conneil contemplate effecting- in Portland-lane were laid before the committee, but no decision was arrived at, the committee arranging to visit the place.—Mr Evan Evans, solicitor, attended the com- mittee with regard to Mrs .Tames' application for a renewal of the lease of the property in Terrace-road, but no decision was arrived at. The committee intend visiting the place, and the Town Clerk will be asked to attend before the matter is finally settled.
FOOTBALL. THE INTERNATIONAL MATCH. WALES v. IRELAND. This international match was played at Swansea, on Saturday, before some ten thousand spectators. A good game resulted in a win ;for Wales by four goals to one. Result- Wales 4 goals. Ireland 1 goal. Mr J. U. Rea, of the Aberystwyth Town Team, who played for Wales on the left wing, was a great favourite with the crowd, his play being much ad- mired. Reference is made to the match in another column. U.C.W. v. EXCELSIORS. The Collegians defeated the Excelsiors on Satur- day by two goals to one. FIXTURES. March 1st, U.C.W. v U.C.N.W. (Bangor), on Barracks field.
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PRINCIPAL LiOBERTS AND THE WELSH UNIVERSITY. Principal Roberts, speaking before the Liverpool Welsh National Society, referred to the New Welsh University. He believed, he said, that the whole of the Welsh nation would combine to make the univer- sity a success. Now was the seed time of a distant harvest, and he hoped that Wales would taks her place among the nations which contributed to th" advancemeut of knowledge. In order to attain that position, the Welsh University de-ired they should welcome the best teachers, from whatever country they came, and develop their libraries and laboratories so that no student should look beyond Wales for that finished tuition he sought. After dealing with the aims of the university in regard to the teaching of arts, philosophy, and mathematics, he claimed thtt. if the Welsh students were to be encouraged to leave the beaten track of three or four already overcrowded professions they must have opportunities for instruc- tion in engineering, aifri<*ultnre, Ac., equal to those obtainable in other countries. They should strive to teach students means of gaining a livelihood other than those generally followed, so that they could apply their energies in fields that now appeared bsyond their reach. (Applause.) The Welsh people might look forward to an advance, in some caes rapid, in other cases gradual and partial, in the application of methods for independent studies, in the cultivation of style, with its attendant influences upon the national mind and character, the promotion of applied sciences, and systematic attention to the theory and practice of education. They might hope to see the coming forward of a now product in the association of men and women ready and aWe to serve their country. (\pplause.) I
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ABERAYRON. BRITISH SCHOOL.-THE REPORT OF THE INSPECTORs.-The Board of Managers of the British school, Aberayron, held their special meeting on Monday evening, the 19th inst., present, Revs. W. Evans, and E. Morris, Messrs David Lewis, Park View, John Williams, Alban Square, J. M Howell, ironmonger, J. Jones, Alban fcquaro, John Evans, merchant, Joseph Rees, James Williams, school- master. The first item on the agenda was the report of the Inspectors which is very encouraging, and is as follows This school is in good order and has been generally well instructed in elementary subjects. The reading was clear and intelligent. The work on paper;was extremely neat and showed cartful teach- ing. The translation of the sixth and seventh standards was wen aone. AntnmetTc was good HI all the standards, except the fifth and sixth. The grammar of the fifth did not equal that of the other standards. Geography and needlework continue to be well taught. The infants have been well taught in every respect. It may be added that the full grant — £ 1 Os. 6d. per head has been earned. Several other subjects were under consideration, and some were postponed to the next meeting. THE BIBLE SOCIETY MEETING was held on Thurs- day evening at Peniel chapel, when the Rev. W. C. Jenkins, Cydweli (I.), preached a short sermon, and gave an address on behalf of the Society. The Rev. Evan Morris, the secretary, read the amount of collections for last year, and urged all to be faithful this year again, saying that what is greatly wanted was a thorough co-operation in the whole district. CYMANFA YSGOLION of a part of the Aberayron district was held at Aberarth chapel, on Friday, the 23rd inst. The teachers meeting was held at one o'clock, when several things connected with the schools were discussed and passed. At two o'clock the Tanybryn school was examined by the Rev. John Davies, Pennant. Aberarth school was examined by Mr. S. Davies, Aberarth, an I the Aber- ayron school was examined by the Rev Evan Morris. The repeating of the Pwnc," and the singing or these Sunday schools were very good. The children did their work very well. OBITUARY.—Danid Thomas, Royal O .k, died on Saturday evening, the 17th inst, and was buried at Llanaeron churchyard on the 22nd inst. The deceased who died rather suddenly, was well known, and much respected by all who knew him. THE SHIPPING TRADE appears rarther fresh and active in this port these days. There are two steamers discharging their cargo as well as sailing vessels. It is a great pleasure to see them in a com- parative small place like this, and especially when trade in general is rather at a low efcb. I'M GLAD ITS HORNIMAN'S" is the title of an artistically coloured picture almanac for 1894, pnb. lished by Horiman & Co., the well-known Pure Tea Merchants. This pretty card almanac is now being "Given away" in every Town and Village of the United Kingdom to all who apply to either of the 5,974 agents selling HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA.. A wel- come Christmas Present is a packet of HORNIMAN S TEA. "Always Good Alike." Local Agents: — Aberystwyth—E. P. Wynne, chemist,—Davies, confectioner Barmouth — Owen, grocer, &c., Williams, chemist Cardigan — Clougher and Son, stationers; Lampeter Megg-icks, draper; Llanoyssnl-Lewis, grocer; Llanidloes—Hughes, chemist Llandrindod Wells — Owens, grocer, lVhchyuUeth Breese, grower; Pontrhydygroee Lloyd, Post Office; Phayader-Joues, gcpo«aJ Bracin.g Tonic.-—Pepper's Quinine and Iron renovates the aaobt broken constitution to Health, Strength and Energy. I
GARN. LECTURE.—The Rev E. Rees, "Dyfed," gave a lecture at Garn chapel on the 21st February, the subiect being, A journey through the land of Canaan." The lecturer, who is well known through Wales, and many other places, has travelled through America, &c., besides Canaan. He gave a very inter- esting description of a large number of places of inter- e.-t mentioned in scripture. There was a very a! tendance, and all present enjoyed themselves. Mr j J. T. Morgans, J.P. Maesnewydd, was voted to the chair, and proposed a vote of thanks to the rev. gentleman for hiB able lecture, which was seconded by the Rev T. J. Morgan, Garn, and a vote of thanks was unanimously passed to the Chairman for pre- siding at the meeting. With a few remarks from the lecturer for the way he opened the meeting, without as a good many chairmen do, keeping the time of the lecturer, in trying to give outline to the lecture themselves. After singing a hymn, all separated. The proceeds are towards getting an orgui for Beth- lthem chapel, Llaufibangel, who got up the lecture. J
MAIiKETS. ABERYSTWYTH, MONDAY. CORN MARKET. Wheat 4* 6d to 5a Od per 65 lbs barley, 3s 6d to 31 9d par 66!bs.: white oats, 2s 6d to 3s Od per 401 bs. black, old, Os Od to 0s Od per bushel, eggs 18 for la; butter, salt, 10d to Is Od per lb butter, fresh, Is Od, to Os-Od per lb, cheese, 2Ss. to 30s. per cwt. MBAT MARKET. Beef, 7d to 8d per lb; Mutton, 7d to 9d Veal, 6 h to 8d Pork, 6d to 8d Pork, 0s Od, to Oil Od, score wholesale. Retail price of Beef Od to Od; Mntton, Od to Od; Veal, Od to Od Pork, Od to Od.— Poultry Fowla 2s 6d to 3s 6i per couple; Ducks, 3s Od to 4s 6d per couple ;Butter,0s toOsOl per lb. Hires 6s per couple.
I ONCE A MISERABLE MAN. ONE day last summer I was a passenger on an express train from Liverpool to London. Halfway between two stations something broke down about the engine, and there we stuck and stayed until another engine was fetched to take its place. Then we rattled along lively enough, and got in forty minutes late. Some of the passengers growled and grumbled, and said the company ought to build engines that couldn't break down. We were delayed a bit yet nobody suffered on that account. But it the passengers had been vitally connected with tho engine, then you know!- Wb:t do I mean by that? I'll show yon in a twinkling. We get at it this way. We quyte from a man who says I felt that I was the most miserable man on the face of the earth." What ailed him ? Merely something wrong; not not with him, essentially or in spirit, but with his machinery. He goe3 on to say that in October, 1884, he had an attack of rheumatism. This left him weak and below par. He could eat but little, and that little seemed to be of no use to him. To a sound man there is nothing like a hearty meal. It drives away the blues, warms him up, and stands him on his legs every way. But every time our friend here swallowed anything, he paid for it by having pains in the chest and sides and in the pit of the stomach. On his teeth and tongue a thick slime gathered, and he often vomited a green fluid, nasty and bitter. The secrotion from the kidneys passed with pain and heat that amounted to agony, and was ropy and dark in colour. Something must have been very wrong indeed with the human wheels and levors to make them go as badly as that, don't you think ? Yea; well, it waa to be worse before better. On oovoral occasions 116 passed small gallstones, which tortured him fearfully. These stones were created by the union of certain bile acids with the alkali of the body, and indigestion was responsible for the whole affair. If the liver hadn't been so sleepy and stupid, tho bile acids wouldn't havo remained to do that bit of mischief. Make a note of it for yourself. By-and-by asthma showed itself. Naturally enough, oh, dear yes! for how should the blood be full of stomach poison and the nerves not be half paralysed by it ? And asthma is a spasmodic disease of the nerves; it hasn't anything to do with the substance of the lunga. Don't blunder on this point, no matter what some so-oalled doctors say. Some nights Mr. Thom*as Kenny (who is the man that went through all this) would have to get out of bed and throw open the windows so as to breath the fresh air—he was so choked and suffocated. Here are his very words, or a few of them I got so wretched and nervous I could barely lift my food to my mouth. I bad a strange trembling sensation all over me, and couldn't bear company or the slightest noise. I feared I should go out of my mind, and the doctors siad if a change did not take place they would put me in the asylum." Just try to take that in; to grasp the idea. Great Powers of Mercy Put a man in a mad- house because he was ill and they couldn't cui-e him! Providence deliver us, if not from disease, at least from such doctors. I had given up work, of course," says Mr. Kenny, and I had partially lost the use of my legs. Several times I fell down ill the street and bad to be helped home." We must condense the rest of the story. He 93\V, .clnct,or, after doctor, tovin Ti-eeta in Leeds Infirmary, and was tapped there, fifty- seven ounces of water being taken away from him. At last his friend John McDermott persuaded him to try Mother Seiget's Curative Syrup. In ten days he was relieved, and, by continuing to take it, was presently cured and back at his work. Mr. Kenny is a sawyer by trade, and worked at Mr. Trenams' Saw Mills, Kirkgate, Leeds, for seventeen years. The full history of this remarkable case is published in a book which will be sent on applica- catiou. It is also declared before Mr. Alf. Cooke, ex-Mayor of Leeds, in legal form, and signed by Thomas Kenny, 47, St. Mary's Street, Leeds. This breakdown of the vital machinery was due to a deep attack of indigestion and dyspepsia, and the cure by Mother Seigel's Curative Syrup adds one more to the long record of the triumphs Won by that famous and popular medicine. Moral—A man is more than a passenger in his own body; he is closely bound up with it, so thai when that breaks down he breaks down.
LLANBADARNFAWR. CORRECTION.—The name of Miss Davies was 'I accidentally omitted from the list of members who attended the last Board meeting.
FOR ACHES AND PAIS. ACHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S Universal Embrocation. A CHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S -i-X- Universal Embrocation. ACHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S Universal Embrocation. A CHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S -tl- Universal Embrocation. A CHES and PAINS. ELLIMAN'S ..L;1. Universal Embrocation. ACHES AND PAINS. ELLIMAN'S Universal Embrocation. "AN EXCELLENT GOOD THIHG." T^LLIMAN'S I^LLIMAN'S JgLLTMAN'S JjM.LI MAN'S i[ii Vi LLII%IAN'S ALI-I JgLLIMAN'S JgLLIMAN'S "J^LLIMAN'S }JLl.Il\IAN'S -11-li .i'j j^LLIMAN'S ~jj^LLIMAN'S j^VLLIMAN'S LILIAN'S .ij "J^LLIMAN'S _12.4 CRAMP. G'Ims. S. Agar, Esq., Forres Estate, Maskellya, Oeylon, writes :— The coolies suffer much from carryingheavy loads long distances, and they get cramp in the muscles, which, when well rubbed with your Embrocation, is relieved at once." ACHES, SPRAINS, AND STIFFNESS. A. F. Gftrdiiier, Esq. (A.A.A.; L.A.C. Spartan Harriers' Official Handi- capper) .writes "After exercise it is invaluable for dispersing stiffness and aches. No athlete or cross- country runner should be without it." ACCIDENT. From the Jackley Wonders, Oxford Music Hall, London. "I was recommended by my friend Victorina' your Embroca- tion, end by using it for two days I was enabled to resume my duties." RHEUMATISM. From A. Barton, Ksq., The Ferns, Bomford. I write to say that had it not been for Elliman's Embrocation I j should have remained a cripple up to the present moment." "AND IT I WILL HAVE OR I WILL HAVE NONE." A CHEScmd PAINS. ELLIMAN'S L Lm Embrocation. CUES and VI ELLIMAN'S .Lâ.. 1 ,u1)roCf1tion, A. f" iE Is ELLIMAN'S Ini'o >1 dmbrocation. ft CITES and T> ELLIMAN'S —• In 1 rmbroeation. w_- IjUiLIMAN'S UNIVERSAL EMBROCATION, -S for Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, i-ore Throats from Cold, Chest Colds, Stiffness, Cr&HlP. bronchitis, &c. ,,T and 2s. t)d. Prepared only by ELLIMAN, SONS, & Co., Slough, England# REA'S STORES, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. GENUINE INDIAN CHUTNEY, LARGE BOTTLE Is. 6D., A GREAT DELICACY. I CHOICE MILD CURED HAMS, 7jv. PER LB. BOTTLED FRUITS IN GREAT VARIETY, AT LOWEST PRICES. M. MORGAN, COOPERS' ARMS ABERYSTWYTH. RO BE R TS' CEL EB RA T ED A LE,S £ m on Draught and in Cask. PRIVATE FAMILIES SUPPLIED WITH 4J, 9, AND 18 GALLON 2 CASKS AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Bass's Ales and Gruiness's Stout in Bottle Senaessy and Mirtell's Brandies, and all the best brands of Wines and Spirits. T. E. SALMON, lISBURNE ARMS, NORTHGATE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. WHOLESALE & RETAIL BOTTLING MERCHANT. a. d. ALLSOPP'S EAST INDIA PALE ALE, Imperial Pint 4 0 per dozen „ Do. Yi „ „ Half-Pint 2 0 „ Do. DINNER ALE „ Pint 3 0 „ Do. „ „ Half-Pint 1 6 „ „ STOUT "Pint 3 6 „ Do. „ Half-Pint 1 9 Allsopp's 9,18, and 36 Gallon Casks supplied at Wholesale Prices. None but ALLSOPP'S Ales and Stoat on Draught or Bottle. Martell's & Heneasy'a Brandy, & Wines and Spirit of Best Brand. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT, ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL TO BE THE BEST MEDICINES FOR FAMILY usn, MANUFACTURED @NLY AT 78, NEW ;FORD ST R RET, LONDON And Sold by all Medicine Vendors throughout the World. Advice Gratis at the above address, daily, bet-vveeu the hours of 11 and L, r b? letter A MUEL ALLSOPP & SONS, LIMITED Beg to can attention to their t SPECIAL STOUT, WHICH, as well as their EAST INDIA PALE and other Ales, can now be obtained either in Cask or Bottle from any Dealer; or Orders for same in CASK if sent to their OFFICE— HAMPTON HOUSH, BAIL,WAY TERRACE, ABFJUYSTWYTH, Will receive immediate attention. '£..A.III!6..10. G I | CONGREVES j i A BALSAMIC ELIXIR. < ► j The Finest Medicine in the World, for t COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, i HOOPING COUGH, j ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, &c. i J ] In Bottles, Is. VA& 2/9, 4/6, 1l/ and 22/ Sold by all Medicine Houses. > i i Mr. G. T. CONGREVE'S Book on CONSUMPTION and all ► CHEST DISEASES, with Appendix, containing many remark- [ i able cases, Post Free, for ONE SHILL1NG> from COOMBE ► j LODGE, PECKHAM, LONDON, S.E. [ I CURE FITS AND TO PROVE IT "T will GIVE A BOTTLE of my Remedy for Nothing, so that sufferer# x may have an epportimity of testing the truth or what I state." Because others hare failed to cure you is HO reason why you should continue to suffer. Send at once for my TREATISE and a FREE BOTTLE of lIfodicine. It costs you nothing for a Trial, and IT WILL CUKE I Address:— 11. G. ltOOT,28,EndsleighGardens, Londoo,N.W. HUGH C. RICHARDS, CABINET MAKER AND UNDERTAKER, & ANTIQUE CARVER, PORTLAND LANE ABERYSTWYTH. P.S.—Jobbing of all kinds done. Furniture Repaired and Polished. Old Oak Furniture altered and Carved. D. JENKINS, j 4, NOR T H P A^A D E, GENERAL AND FANCY STATIONER, BOOK AND MUSIC SELLER. J A large Assortment of Welsh and English songs. ALL KINDS OF NEW LEATHER GOODS. Agents for Winsor and Newton. SAFETIES! SAFETIES SAFETIES A CHEAPER THAN EVER. Most Wonderfulj Bargains ever offered. 1000 Machines, New and itecond- SSS"S,SE< hand in Stock, Single Machines at Wholesale Price. 50 per cent cheaper than other makers. Write at once for large List, post free, from W. R. WARRTLOW, Regent Street; Safety Works, Weston-super-Mare. E. R. GYDE, PHOTOGRAPHER, Is now showing New Gcocls in PHOTO|!FEAM ES SCREENS, ALBUMS, &?. A splendid stock of new LEATHER GOODS. CHELTENHAM HOUSE, PIER STREET TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, 13, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. DAVID" JAMES, Suitings, Coatingg,Trowseringd,& in the best style and fashion and at reasonable prices. Cricketing, Cycling, and Boating Suits made to order on the shortest notice. TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL STEEL PLBLS FOR FEMALES. Quickly correct all irregularities, remove all ob stractions, and relieve the distressing symptoms so prevalent with the sex. Boxes Is. lid. and 2s. 9d., of all Chemists. Sent anywhere on receipt of 15 or 34 stamps By the Maker, E. T. TOWLE, Chemist. Nottingham Beware ofimitations injurious and worthless. MR DAVID PHILLIPS, LIVERY AND POSTING STABLES, TERRACE ROAD. ABERYSTWYTH. HORSES & CARRIAGES FOR HIRE BY THE DAY OR HOUR. PRIVATE ADDRESS-3, MARY STREET. ISAAC AND GEORGE LLOYD. COACHBILDERS, ALFRED PLACE, ABERYSTWYTH f NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MESSRS MURPHY AND ROWLEY SURGEON DENTISTS, ABERYSTWYTH, [Established 1857,] Have removed to CORNER OF TERRACE ROAD AND CORPOt TION STREET. AIR ROWLEY visits the following places twice a month Towyn, Machynlleth, Lampeter, and Aber ayron