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. WINNING MOUNTS IN 1877.

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THE CAMBRIAN NEWS, iHcrioncthehivr ^iantmrb Jlbmisiiogift A- im5 •■> il- Is the LEADING JOURNAL for an EXTENSIVE DISTRICT in NORTH and SOUTH WALES, INCLUDING Merionethshire, Cardiganshire, South Carnar- vonshire, and parts of other Counties. The CAMBRIAX XEWS is void by AGEXTS m atC jollov:infj places CARDIGANSHIRE. ABERYSTWYTH (a Parliament Mr. J. Gibson 3 Green's ro-d tary and Municipal Borough, (Publishing' office of the a seaport, and one of the fa- Cambrian A'esrs ) vourite watering places of the Messrs. Smith and Son Rail- Kingdom. I11 the neighbour- way Bookstall. Kingdom. In the neighbour- way Bookstall. hood are a number of impor- Ulr. ri. Ivhvurds, Great Dark- tant mines. The fniversity gate-street. { j College of Wales is sitaated I J here. Abervstwvth is the ter- minus of the Cambrian Rail- way, and the Manchester and e6 Milford Railway. J ABERAERON (Watering place, ) Mr. W. Griffiths, chymi>t, seaport and quarter sessions stamp distributor and stal town. ) ticner. BORTH Mr. Evans, Ithyd, nrPost-ofEce HOW STPEET 31r. J. CAPEl, BAGOH Post-office. A CARDIGAN" (Assize Town, li;uncnt:irj ami Municipal VriiliuiUb, bookseller. ? Borough jiiid.seapout.) ) ) CWMYSTWYTH Mr. C. Burriii, Post-Oiiice GOG IN AN (Situate near several lead mines) :r. P. icholl, Druiù Inn' LAMPETER (Parliamentary),- T „ 1 TI N borough. St. David's College V1' 'l: Avails, Medical Hall is here.) J draper. LLANDDEWI BRErl Mr. Tlioaias Jones, grocer. T.LAN\BYTHKR • Mr. "van Evan: newsagent LEANGKITfiO J ..• Mr. W. Williams, shopkeeper 1 Mr. R. V. J. Morgan, Bridg e eiiii House. LLAXILAIt Mr. Jenkin Morris, draper LLANOX .1 Mr. Daniel Jones, grocer LLA-N-PHYSTYD IvOAD Stationm&ster. I PONTERWYD (Waterf.iills and (.Mr. William Claridge, Goger. 1 I lealllllilles in neighbourhood)) d,Lw Arms. PONTUHYDFENDIGAlD Mr..T. Th omas, draper PONTRHYDYGROES Mr. T. H. Davies, Post-Office S\\ DDFYNNON Mr. Evan Jones, shopkeeper j XAUESIN (Lead mines) Mr. Thomas Jones, Post-Office TALYBOXT (Lead mines) Pritchard TREGARON (A market town where large fairs are held) Mr. E. C. Evans '¥ J >1 fl CARNARVONSHIRE. BEDDGELERT Mr. R. O. Glaslyn BANGOR Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, Railway Bookstall UETTWS-Y-COED Miss Jones, Post-Office CARNARVON Mr. J. Williams, 30, High-st CRICCIETH Mr. Bowen, chemist DOLYDDELEN Mr. Eilis Pierce I PORTMADOC (Terminus of Mr. D. Lloyd (Publishing-Office r -1 the Festiniog Railway. An l of the Cumbrian S'eivs) important shipping port; a 0 P. Williams, o Bank-place growing town) ) Mr R. Humphreys, stationer LLHELI Mr. J. T. Evans, bookseller, Church-street r TALYSARN Mr. David Thomas, bookseller J. r MERIONETHSHIRE, v j«. ABERDOYEY (Seaport and I Watering place) Mr. R. Rees, cliesaist ABERGANOLWYN (great slate quarries in the neighbourhood) Mr. E. Jones, Post-Office BALA (the Calvinistic and Inde- 1 r v Jones, High-stre-et pendent Colleges are situated Ji, f- ■ High-street here, alid it is much visited bv f U'H" Office of the tourists) "j <-a»*rtan.\cKO BARMOUTH (one oi the favour- ite watering places of Wales.).. Mr. John Evans, grocer • >> Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son < CORRIS Mr. Robert W. Evans, grocer 1 V. .IIr. D. Ifor Jones CORWE (a market town) Mr. T, Edmunds, printer DINAS MAWDDWY (Terminus «" of the Mawddwy Railway) Messrs Evans and Sons t ¡ DOLGELLEY (Assize anilQuar-) Mr. Owen Kees, printer ter Sessions held here. One of Mr. R. O. Rees. chemist the heaul quarters of Tourists. i'Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Manufacture—V.^lsh Tweeds)) D\IFR\N Mr. J. Roberts, Shop Isaf FESTINIOG (thegreat slate dis-'i Mr. Ellis Roberts, bookseller trict of Wales. Terminus oi Four Crosses the Festiniog Railway. A H. 0" Roberts, ditto. very populous plaee) ) Mr. Evan Lloyd, Sam. HARLECH Mr. J. George LLANBEDR Messrs. J. E.-ans and Sons LLANEGRYN Mr. Pughe, chemist LLANELLTYD Mr. T. Griffiths v LLWYNGWRIL Mr. Griffith Eva^, shoemaker MAENni"ROG MissM. Richards PEXXAL Mr. R. Huiuohrevs PENRHYNDEUDRAETH (A ,v populous place) Mr. A. A. Mitcherd TALSARNAL Mr. G. Williams, postmaster f i TOWYX (favourite wtterin,-).Nlr. J. J(o-,ies, Post-Office 1 place) 1 Mr. Evan Newell MACHYNLLETH (market town "l Mrs. Pugh, newsagent I11 the neighbourhood are Messrs. Smith and sin, Rail- several mines) j way Bookstall LLASDRIXDOD Messrs Smith A Son, bookstall LLANBRYNMAIR Mr. Maurice Jones, Winllan ■ NE WTOWN Messrs PMUipaA Son, printers WELSHP-OOL „ Messrs. Smith and son, Rail. wiy Bo ikstall OSNVESTRY Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Askew Woodall, and Venables LIVERPOOL Mr. T. Lloyd, Tithebarn-street LONDON Messrs. Davies and Co., No. 1 Finch Lane, Cornhil1 Mr. Wm. Pugh, Aldersgate Buildings, 1)1, Aldersgate-st. )> Mr. E. Evans. 21, Fairbank- street, East Road CHESTER Mr. J. Rathburne, Roman Bath, Bridge-street CAIUIAIITHEN Messrs. W.H. Smith and Son. Bookstall I.LANELIA •• Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Bookstall. MANCHESTER Mr. Jas Royle, 2, Old Mill-gate BIRMINGHAM Messrs. W. H. Sinitliind Son Great Western Bookstall LLANIDLOES Mr. J. H. Mills »> Mrs, Pierc?, China-street I i ■: ADVERTISEMENTS and other communications, in. ATelsli and English, should be sent not later th-aa Thursday morning to the Publishers- JACOB JONES, High-street, Bala. J. GIBSON, 3, Queens-road, Aberystwyth^ or D. LLOYD, Portmadoc.