THE West Coast of Wales DIRECTORY. (a) Signifies that there are apartments to let. (b) Willing to let the whole house furnished.
ABERYSTWYTH. Marina Terrace. No. 6.-M. R. DELAHOTDic, Dresden House Mrs. and the Misses Robinson, Frenchay, Gloucestershire. No. 10.—Mrs. JONES— „ T J. W. Lowe, E*q.» Birmingham; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taunton and family; Mr. aad Mrs. Schmidt and family, London; Mrs. Dr. Burd and family and Miss Lyceet, Shrewsbury G. Baldwin, Esq., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family, Wolverhampton. No. 12.—Mrs. T. H. LLOYD— Mr and Mrs. Stubbs, family, and nurses, Nottingham Dr. and Mrs. Cridland, Bath Mr. and Mrs. Cooper, Princes End Mrs. Jordan, Bradley. No. 16.—Mrs. E. J. JONES— Mr Mrs., and the Misses Barnett, Birmingham; the Rev. T, and Mrs. Whitney, Marsden, Yorkshire; Mr. J. P. and Miss Whitney. No. 25.-Mrs. M. NELSON- Mrs. and the Misses Woodcock and nurse, and Miss Brown, Shrewsbury; Mr. and Mrs. G. Williams, family, and nurse, Miss G. Williams, and Miss Dorrell, Clun, near Shrewsbury. No. 30.—Mrs. JONES, Claremont House- Mr 'and Mrs. Groom, Highfield House, Wellington, Salop, Mrs. Whittam and family the Misses Smith and nephews, Handsworth, Staffordshire. No. 52.-Mr. D. R. JONES (a) (b)- No. 60.—Mrs. GREEN— T) „ Miss, Miss J., and Miss S. Bowen, Hay the Rev. B. w. H. Molyneux, Morton, Salop; Mr. F. W. Price, Llanwye, Herefordshire Mr. J. B. and Master J. A. K. Price, Eye, Herefordshire Mrs. Sewell and family, Cheltenham. No. 61, Miss DAVIES (a b)- Mrs. Price, London Mrs. F. T. Brown and maid; Miss Gertrude Green, Penmaes Hay; Miss H. Hiliting, Dye- gone; Mr. Ryder and family, Birmingham; Mr. J. Tutin, Mr. Thomas H. Walker, and Master Ernest Richards, Birmingham. Miss TRUBSHAW, Caerleon House, Victoria-terrace- Ladies School. QUEEN'S HOTEL (Mr. W. H. PALMER, proprietor) Professor Palmer, Mrs. Palmer, and family, Cambridge; A. R. O'Regan, Esq., and the Misses O'Rcxan, Donning- ton; Anthony Benn, Esq., and family, Oswestry H. Felgate, Esq.. London Mr. and Mrs. KU- tjour, London; P. H. O'Farrell, Esq., London; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Leland and Mrs. Rodney Fisher, London; Mr. and Mrs. F. Taylor, Manchester; Mr. and Mrs. Mackay, London Rev. A. and Mrs. Gray, St. Albans Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hammond, Ramsgate; Mr. and Mrs. F. Temple, Edinburgh Mr. and Mrs. Robinson; Mrs. Willis and son; Mr., Miss, and Master Maul, Birming- ham Mr. and Mrs. Coles, Leamington; Mrs. D. Harris, New York; Mrs. Parland and maid and Captain John Parland, Rylands, Hereford; Mr. and Mrs. T. Armitage and family, Pendleton; Mr., Miss, and Master Dicker, Stratford-on-Avon Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Edwards, Ken- sington Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davies and family Warring- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Daniels Mr. and Mrs. Hince, Salop; Mr. and Mrs. Copland, London; Misses Gretton and party, Bladon; Mr. and Mrs. D. Jones, Bangor; Dr., Mrs., and Miss Bradshaw, Nottingham Mr. and Mrs. Robinson, London Mr. and Mrs. Turley, Worcester; Mr. and Mrs. Proddon, London; Montague Spalding, Esq., Blackheath; Henry Hewlett, Esq., India; J. J. Birch, Esq., and John-E. Aspinall, Esq., Shrewsbury; Miss Ed- mondston, Ashley; Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Allen, Heme Hill; Miss Travis, Bishop's Sutton Rev. J. Mugliston, Cheltenham. North Parade No. 14, Mrs. JONES (a)- Baker Street Mrs. JONES, Victoria Hotel, Baker-street (a)- Mr. W. Minors, Fisherwick, Lichfield, Staffordshire; Mr Jones, Bristol. Terrace Road Mr. F. W. CULLIFORD, Welch Harp (a)- Mrs. W. BUBB, Lisburne House- Mrs. Lane; Major and Mrs. Lane, family, and nurse, Not- tingham'; Rev. G. J. Emanuel, B.A., and Mrs. and Miss Emanuel, Edgbaston, Birmingham; Mrs. and Miss Hop- wood and Miss Youngman, London. Queen's Road. 4.—Mr. THOMAS ABBOTT, Crystal Palace Hotel (a)- Mr. White and Mr. Pickwell, Birmingham. XO. 5.—Mrs. WILLIAM WILLIAMS (a)- No. 6.-Mrs. JONES, Glanayron House (a)- Mrs. EDWARDS, Wesley House- J G Roberts, Esq.; Mr. and Mrs. Ezarel, Manchester; Mr. and Mrs. Worsley, MissWorslev, Miss Rogers, Miss Rumsy, and J. Fisher, Esq., Stockport. Pier Street, No. S.-Mr. E. P. WYNNE, Family and Dispensing Chemist— No. 32.-N-fr. C. M. WILLIAMS, General Drapery and Millinery Establishment- Mrs SMITH, Pier House, Pier-street— Mr and Mrs. B. G. Jackson, nurse, and family. Miss Bent, Miss Tew. Miss E. Bent, Leicester Dr. C. J. Covemton's family—Miss Constance G., Miss Minnie F., Masters Percy H Ralph H., and Clement E. Covemton; Miss James, Knighton. Portland Street. N° Mr.MwEitire Holt, Oldham; Mr and Mrs. Howard, Miss and Master Howard, and Master Cramp, Wolver- hampton; Mr J. G. Howard, Liverpool; Mr. Glover, Wolverhampton; Mr. J. W. Glover, Stockton-on-Tees. No 23A.—Mrs. A. EVANS, (a)- Mr Everall and family, and Miss Jones, Shrewsbury and Mr. J. R. Morgan, Llanelly. New Street. No. ll.-Mrs. COLLINS (a)-
ABERDOVEY. Glandovey Terrace. » f) .NLO. l.-MM BELL- Mr. and Mrs. Lea and family, Rugby. No. 2.—Mrs. EVANS — Miss Russell, Miss H. Russell, Miss L. Lowis, Miss Ethel Primrose, Miss Helen Primrose, Master R. M. Lowis, Master F. Pitt S. Taylor. 5fo. 4.—Mrs BLACK— 5trs. John h and family, Marple, Cheshire; Miss Suckling, Gloucester Mr. and Mrs. Stokes, Birmingham. Mrs. JONES, Plas Dovey- Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family and servant, Dingle Priory, Liverpool- Mrs JOHN OWENS, Brooklyn House (a b)- The Rev. J, B. Roberts, Mrs. Roberts, and family, Bron- ington Vicarage, Whitchurch, Salop. iirs. TJICWIS Glanvor House- Mtoe* Newmarch, Bridgnorth and T. H. Newmarch, Lond«n; L A. Newmarch, Bridgnorth. MR EDWARD JONES, Linen Draper and Grocer, Cambrian House Miss Robinson, Stockton Villa, Chirbury. Mr KICHARD DAVIES, Draper and Grocer, Manchester House (a)- Mr. EOWARBH, Pier House (b)-
Mr. CHARLES MTTT&N, Cambrian Hotel- Mr. and Mrs. Bearcroft, Carmarthen the Misses Scott (2), and nurses, Trelydan Hall, Welshpool; Mr. and Mrs. Tagart, London; Mr. and. Miss a Mr. Haslam, Up- pingham; Mrs. and Master Lascelles and maid, Claverton Rectory, Bath Lady Cornewall, family, and two nurses, Moccas Court, Hereford; Rer. R. J. w. and Mrs. Leslie, family, and nurse, Cheltenham; Captain and Mrs. Phil- lips, family, and nurse; Sir Wm. and Lady Honyman, Carmarthen. Cambrian Terrace. No. 1.—Mrs. PRITCIlAltD- No. 3.—ELLENOR WATKIXS (a)- Mr. and Mrs. H. Christian Cortteld and family, Oswestry Captain Ticehurst, R.N.; Mr. Clifton Ticehurst, London; Miss Ada R. Blackburn, London. No. 4.—Mr. WILLIAM ROBERTS— Mrs. J. Jones and family, Machynlleth; Mr. J. W. Jones, Penrhyn House, Bethesda; Mr. Thos. Charlton, Hanley, Staffordshire; Miss Evans, Tunstall. No. 12.-Mrs. JANB EDWARDS- The Rev. S. T., Mrs., Miss, and Mr. Manning Sproston, Wolverhampton Mrs. Jones, Vicarage, Llandinam Miss Jones, Llandinam. No. 14 (Uppingham House).—Mrs. MCCLBLLAN (a)- Mrs. Ewing and baby and nurse, Rhayader Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis and family, Frankton Grange, Oswestry. Picton Terrace, No. 2.-M.rs. MARY JONES (a)- Prince Street. No. 8.—Mrs. JONES (a)- 7"^ Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and Mrs. Jane Jenkins, Cwmlleman. Mrs. MARGARET JENKINS, (Osprey House)-(a) JANB JAMES, Ocean View- Mr. and Mrs. Ireson, family, and nurse, of Northampton; Mr. and Mrs., Miss Gladys, Master Douglas, Master Stanley, Master Clifford, and Miss Enid Greenough and nurse, of Northampton. Mr. THOMAS GOUGH THOMAS, No. 1, Libanua-terrace(a)- Mr. Lewis Evans, Dinas Mawddwy Mrs. M. Ellis, Welsh- pool Mrs. Ann Richards, Cwmlleman, Cemmaes Mr. Samuel Tudor, Pontdolgoch. Mrs. JONES, Picton House (a)- J • ELIZABETH REHS, Gloucester House- Mrs. Sheldon and family, Handsworth, Birmingham Mrs. Henderson, Handsworth. CAPT. HUGH REES, Beach Grove- Mr. and Mrs. Gittins, family, and nurse, Newtown.; Miss Jones, Newtown George Thome, Esq.. Newtown Mrs. Owens, Newport, Salop. MAKGABKT DAVIES, Diana House- Rev. J. and Mrs. Hill, family, and two nurses, Nottingham Mr. and Mrs. Peyrson Bennet, family, and nurse, Bir- mingham. R. P. ROBERTS, Garibaldi House (a)- Mrs, Woodcock, family, and nurse, Harnage, near Shrews- bury Miss Brazenor, Shrewsbury; Mr. Marsh, North- ampton. Mrs. JONES, Sea View (a)- A. L. LEWIS, Post-office, London House (a b)- J, W. King, Esq., and Mrs. King and family, S, Paragon, Clifton.
I CRICCIETH. Ormsby Terrace, No. 2.—Mrs. WILLIAM JONES (a)— Mr. and Mrs. Wiiliams, Llanberis. No. 3.—Mrs. R. P..THOMAS (a)- No. 4.—Mrs. R. ROBERTS (a)- Mr. and Mrs. Owen, Berkley-street, Lirerpool Mr. R. Roberts, Mold. Salem Terrace. No. 5.—Mrs. PARRY— Captain Lee and family, London; Mrs. Lewis, London. No. 70-Irs. OWE (a)- Mr. and Mrs. Ash, Chester. No. 8.—Mrs. Capt. OWEN (a)- Cambrian Terrace. No. 1.—Mrs. WM. ROBERTS (a)- No. 3.-Mrs. OWEN — Mr. VVhitaker and family, Shrewsbury. Corporation Terrace. No. 5.-Mrs. EDWARDS Miss Williams and Miss Jones, Bontnewydd Mr. R. W. Williams, Ebenezer; Mr. Jones, Compton House, Festiniog. Parkia Place. .NLo. l.-R. W. Jo-;Fs- Mr. and Mrs. Fenn, family, and maids, Trent College, Nottingham. No. 2.-Misses FEARN-(a) Mr. and Mrs. Crowther, Brookside House, Newport, Shrop- shire. Mrs. Captain JONES, Arvor Villa — Thomas Costain, Esq., family, and maid, Litherland Park, and Miss Wright, Litherland Vicarage, near Liverpool; Edward Parry, Esq., B.A., and G. A. Pemberton, Esq., Edgbaston, Birmingham. Mrs. JOHN ROWLANDS, Taleivion House Mrs. Edwards and family, Liverpool; Mrs. Bond and family, Victoria Crescent, Barnsley. Mrs. Wx. GRIFFITH, Fair View- Mrs. Burton and family, London Mrs. and Miss Pender, London Mr. Woods, Mr. Carter, and Mr. Knapp, Leamington. Mrs. EVANS, Castle View (a)- D. B. Hanbury, Esq., Clapham Common; Thomas A"gs Esq., family, and nurse, Clapham Common. Mrs. JONES, Tynewydd- Mr. and Mrs. Wood and family, Leamington; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bateman. Mrs. PRITCHARD, Causeway View (a)- Dr. Sutherland, family, and servants, Lee, Kent; Mr. and Mrs. Gill, Finsley, London. Mrs. EVANS, Tynewydd (a b)- Mrs. WILLIAMS, Manchester House — Mr. and Mrs. Woods and family, Leamington. Mrs. JONES, Plasgwilym- Mr. and Mrs. Clegg and family, Manchester. Mrs. ELLIS, Cambrian House (a)- Mrs. Muscott and family, Northampton; Mr. and Mrs. Palmer. Mrs. PRICE, Cardigan House (a)- Mro Evans and family, Birmingham Mr. Lowe and family, Birmingham Mr. and the Misses Dennis, Chester.
I DOLGELLEY. Mrs. PCGR, Corner Shop, Queen's-square (a)- Samuel T. Johnson, Stockport; H. S. Bevington, Trinity College, Oxford D. P. Harrison, Pembroke College, Ox- ford A. S. Perceval, Exeter College, Oxford. Mrs. DAVIES, Eldon House- The Rev. J. A. Davies and Mrs. Davies, Croydon; Mrs. Hobbs, Croydon; the Misses Johnson; Miss Brady; Mr. S. T. Johnson. Mrs. H. PCGH, Vale View, Springfield-street- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cross, of Ely Miss Higgins, Miss W. E. Higgins, and F. M. Higgins, Cheltenham. Mrs. C. LLOYD, Springfield-street (a)- J. C. Hughes, Esq. Mrs. THOMAS, Springfield-street (a)- Mr. J. C. Hughes. Mr. JAMES B. MEE, Bridge End House- Mrs. Lyne and the 3 Misses Lyne, Dublin; Mr. G. Bum- bury. Mrs. JONES, Springfield Villa- Mrs. Pope, the Misses Pope, Dr. F. A. Pope, Dublin. Mrs. ELLIS, No. 1, Frondirion Terrace- Mrs. Chalk and family, of Brighton, Sussex Mr. and Mrs. J. Evans; Mr. J. K. Starling; Mr. F. H. Evans Mrs. Lloyd-Jones, Miss Lloyd-Jones, and Mr. Conway Lloyd- Jones, Wimborne, Dorsetshire. HOGHES'S Temperance Hotel, Bridge-end— H. Stevens; Edgar Ford and J. Ford, Birmingham; Rev. B. Phillips, Morristown; Rev. F. Morgan, Carmarthen College; Rev. J. Witliams, Mynyddislwynt; Ralph J. Bright and Ernest Bright, Liverpool; Wright, Birken- head J. E. Jones, Ruthin; F. H. Maitland, Ruthin- James Cross, Birmingham Mr. and Mrs. Webb, London. Mrs. REES, Caxton House— Mr. and Mrs. Symus, London; Mrs. Harrington, family, and servant, Liverpool.
TEA AND COFFEE 44 LORD 8THBH. LIVERPOOL. MESSRS ELLIS DAVIES & COMPY. .r beg to inform the Residents of and Visitors at Bala and district that arrangements have now been completed by which Parcels may be obtained by Rail from Liverpool at a very small cost. Familiea may thus obtain their CUltomary irupplies of good Tea and Coffee while residing in this neigh- bourhood, and can now rely upon receiving their Parcels on the day following receipt of orders. The following are a few selected quotations for the present Season TEA. ?p a. The CbolcMt Kalaew Te* — 3/6 The Extra Fine Souchong 3/4 First-class Congou. -3/- The Very nne Congm Fine Congou tl Strong Congou 2/- Good Sound Congou And intermediate prices. PURE colprez. vs. The Choicest Mountain Jamaica 1/8 nne Jamaica Plantation Ceylon coffee The above may be had Ground or in the Bexiy. Plantation Ceylon— ) <« Mixed with PURE GROUND CHICORY, 1/2 obtained from the Best English Root ) ^MUed^thPURE GROUND CHICORY,11 obtained from the Best English Root J E. D. & CO. recommend Ground Coffee to be k pi- In air-tight Tin Canisters, which they supply when zequetted. Traits—Strictly Net Cash on receipt of Goods. Itemittances may be made by Bankers' Cheques, or Post-office Orders payable at the General Post ogncei LiverpooL
.Á.- BARMOUTH. Porldngton Terrace. No. 2.—Mrs. HUGH JONES— v., 3—Mrs. JANE JONES— „ Mr. and Mrs. Butler, London Mr. and Mrs Barber and family, anA nursek, Liverpool; the Rev. T. F. Thesshaw and family, Preston )Irs. Leach and family, Preston. XV, 4 —Mrs. W. WILLIAMS- \rrfi Rackwortli a»d fastily, and the Rev. H. F. Morrison, Tunbridge Weljs Elijah Walton, Esq., and family, Broms- grore. ^° MrZ"^liss ^ind^w! E. Sturges; Mr. and Mrs. Shirer and family Mr and'Mrs. Sells and family; Mrs. and the Misses Brooker; Mrs. Fussell; Miss Tennent; the Misses Craigie, Scotland. I V,, 10 (Kro^vutvn House).—Capt. EDWARD GRIFFITHS— Mr and ACrs." Solon ind family, Stoke-on-Trent; Mr. and Mrs. Morton and family, Wolverhampton, j Aelydon, Nos. 1 and 2.—Mrs. EDWARDS— Mrs. Shephard and maid, Misses Shephard, Oxon; Miss Tyler, Birmingham; Mr. Jobn Eccles, the Misses Eccles, Miss Frizer, C. Eccles, Esq., Drogheda, Ireland; the Rev. and Mrs. Batterbuiy, Uxbridge; Mr. James Moon, Sutton; Miss M. E. Moon, Horsham Mrs. and Master Cutler, Sutton, Surrey. No. 3.—Mr. Jos. WM. COTTON, F.G.S.— The Misses Bicklev, Moseley, Birmingham; Miss Westbury, Birmingham; Mrs. Floyd, Manchester; Mr. Tonbridge and family, Stafford; Mr. and Mrs. Lowdon, Coventry. No. 4—Mrs. GRIFFITH- The Misses Cuyler, Verstrum, and L. Palairet, Bristol; Miss T. Heaven Ed. S. Ormerod, Esq.; C. H. Bailey, Esq., I and servant, London; Fred. Withall, Esq., and Mrs. Withall, London. Glanwerydd Terrace. No. l.-Mr. JOHN LLOYD- Dr. and Mrs. Argles and family, and Miss Harding, London; T. M. Humphries, Esq., Mrs. Humphries, baby, and nurse, Walsall; Mons. and Madame D'Auluay, Paris; Mrs. Walsh, Dubfir. No. 5.—MRS. EVANS- Mrs Showell's family, Knottsall Lodge, Oldbury; Mrs. Leek, Oldbury; Mrs. Graham and family, Acock's Green, near BirminTham Mr. and Mrs. H. Hartland and family, West Bromwich. Glasfor Terrace. No. 1.—Mrs. PETERS (b)- Mr. and the Misses Walling, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham; Mr. Mule, Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, family, and servants, Bir- mingham", the Misses and Mr. Mathews, Leeds, York- sbire; J. Hutchings, Esq., Mrs. Hutchings, family, and servants, Welshpool. Mrs. KYNOCH, Gomerian House, High Street- Mr. and Mrs. Baker and family, Shipton under Wychwood, Oxfordshire; Mr. and Mrs. Fenn, Beechwood, Kingston, Surrey; Mr. and Mrs. Elliott, and Mr. and the Misses Goward, Market Harborough. Mrs. MORRIS, GlangLasfor House- Mrs. Walsham How, Miss How, and Mr. A. W. How, Whittington Rectory, Oswestry Miss Burton Mr. Evans, Trosypark, Denbigh Mrs. Wright, Coventry. Mrs. SxiTH, 1, Mount Pleasant- Mr. and Mrs. Jcnes, London; Mrs. Scott and Miss Hughes, West Bromwich. Miss DEDWITH, 1, Brynhyfryd (b)- J. Pickup, Esq., and family, Liverpool; Major W. Smith and family, and C. Wilkinson, Esq., and family, London the Rer. S. W. Gardener, Froshre Lodge Miss Gardener and! Frederick Gardener, Esq., Usk, Monmouthshire. Mn. EVANS, Quay Cottage, Church Street-(a) Mr. and Mrs. D. McMinn, Liverpool; Mr., Miss, and Master T. Elkington, Pendleton, Manchester. Mrs. TIMOTHY, Panteinion (a)- I Mr. SOOTR, Arthog HaU- Mrø. JOHN EVANS, Glanymor House- S. T. Blackwell, Esq., Hillside, Harrow Weald, Steanmore. BORTH.
DOLYDDELEN. ) THOMAS T. WILLIAMS, Benar View (4)- c GRIFFITH ROBERTS, Elen Castle (a)- 8 Mr. George Green, Manchester; J. B. George, Manchester; F. Jenkins, Esq., Liverpool; W. F. Blagg, Esq^ Manches- ter; W. R. Hallen, Greenfield, Dudley; J. A. Preston. ( J. F. BROWN, Fairy Glen, Beitws-y-Coed (a)- 1 JOHN JONES, Pont-y-Pant Hotel, near Bettws-y-Coed— A. G. McIntyre, Esq., Trinity Hall, Cambridge; David Bates, Esq., Mrs. Bates, and family (3), Worcester Henry Dodwell, Esq., London; Messrs. Bingley, Caswell. Patter- son, and Tunalay, Birmingham; Messrs. Bibbs and Gum- mery, Worcester.
HARLECH. Mrs. BARROW, Bronwen Terrace (a)- Dr. and Mrs. Hall, London; Mr. and Mrs. Griffith and family, Ipswich, Mr. J. W. LOVEGROVE, Castle Hotel- R. B. Simmons, Esq., Burnet Villa, Clifton; —. Bengough, Esq., Clifton; the three Misses Bengough, Clifton; Mrs. Barrett and Miss Barrett, Welshpool; C. J. Hulme, Esq., and Stanley Petty, Esq., Manchester; P. H. Webb, Esq., Furness Vale; Mr. and Mrs. (Paget, Leicester; Rev. C. Male and party, Oxford.
PWLLHELL Mrs. WALKER, Westfield (a)-
TOWYN. Pier Villa. No. 1.—Mr. EVAN HUMPHREYS— Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey. family, and servants, Cheltenham. No. 2.-Miss JONES f b)- Mrs. Charles Davies and family, Berriew Master Ackey and Miss Luie Tomsoit, Birmingham. No. 3.—Mrs. HAMMANS— Mr. and Mrs. Henry Darlington, and baby, and Mrs. Bailey, Wigan; Mr. and Mrs. Shadden and sons, Miss Green, Miss Scusron, Great Bridge, Staffordshire.; Captain John Smith, Hoole Lodge, Chester. No. 4.—Mr. OWEN— W. Allingham, Esq., nurse, and family, Londeo. Tias Edwards, No. 1.—Mrs. RICHABDS- Mr. and Mrs. Eve, London; Mr. Cadbury and family, Egbaston. No. 2.—Mr. WILLIAMS— Mr. and Mrs. Beaumont, nurse, and baby, Oxford; Miss Curs and Miss Hills, Oxford; C. H. Austin, Esq., London; Mr. and Mrs. Crewe. Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. Sheddon, family, and servant, Walsall. High Street, No. 2.-Mrs. JoitBS, Railway Terrace- Mr. Pemberand children, Worcester; Mr. and HBss Owen, Shrewsbury; Miss Hewes, Torquay, Devonshire. No. 4.-Mrs. THOMAS WILLIAMS— Mrs. Williams, Ivy House, Dolgelley; Mr. and Mt*. Griffith, family, and nurse, Springfield House, Dolgelley. Mr. PBTER WILLIAMS- Rev. D. Stanley Davies and Mrs. Davies, Llanfyllia; S. A. Williams, Newtown; A. M. Davies, Newtown. Mrs. STEPHENS, Belmont House (a)— Warwick Place, No. 2.—Mrs. JONES— Miss Whitwell, Shrewsbury; Miss Bright, Greenfield, Brecon; Mrs. and the Misses Osborn, Moseley, Birmiagham; C. Asbury, Birmingham; Mr., Mrs., and Miss Boffey, Keel, Berriew; The Misses Ridge, New Mills, Berriew; Mrs. Crump, and family, Birmingham; Mrs. Nnnan, Birmingham; Mr. and Mrs. Jones and baby, Liverpool; Miss Mills, Birmingham; Miss C. Mills, Birmingham; Miss Lily Rose, Halesowen. Hrs. JAMES— John Owen, Esq., Rock, Newtown; Mr. and Mrs. Jones, Council House, Llanfyllin Mrs. Lewis and family, grocer, Llanfyllin Mr. Mrs. Bebb, family, and maifl, Liverpool; Mrs. Hughes, baby, and nurse, Liverpool; Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Johnes, family, and nurse, Longton, Staffordshire; Mrs. Hall, Oswestry Miss Smith, Blodwell Hall, Oswes-! try; Miss Ward, Miss A- D. Ward, and M. A. R. Ward, Blodwell Hall, Oswestry. Mr. THOMAS SHATON, Cerbet Arms Hotel (a)— Mr. Wm. Jones, Manchester; Mr. Blazey; Mr. H. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson; Mr. Owen Jones, Oswestry; Mr. R. Davies, Liverpool; Mr. T. P. Davies; Miss Phillips; Mr. Langford and Nephew; Mr. W. H. Williams; Mr. M. C. Sunter. Mr. WATKIN, Penllyn Farm— Mrs. Orel. Mr. J. Orel, Mr. T. Orel. Miss Orel, and Mr. J. Orel, Liverpool; Mr. and Mrs. Housin, nurse, and baby, Liverpool. Mr. EVAN NEWELL, Escuan Hall- Mr. E. M. JONES, Bronprys (a) (b)- Mrs. JONES, Bryngoleu (a)- Mrs. Nixon, family, and servant, Leek. Mrs. J. D. JONES, Cantrev House- Mrs. Moore, and family, London; Mrs. Jones, Church Bank House, Welshpool; Lewis Lewis, Esq., London; Master J. G. Lewis, London; Mr. Lewis Lewis, Cemmes G. Rodger, Esq., and family, 1, Cambridge Villas, Chelten- ham Rev. D. M. Bynner, Manchester. Mrs. WILLIAMS, Cambrian Place (a) Mrs. ANNE JONES, Glanymor Farm Miss Thomas, Llanfair; Mr. and Mrs. Benbow, and family, Newtown Mrs. Owens, and Mrs. Evans and son, Corris. Mr. JOHN WYNNE, Brynymor- Dr. and Mrs. Durham, family, and servants, London. Mrs. DREW, Morfa Farm— Mrs. Hill, family, governess, and serraht, Newcastle, Staffordshire Mrs. and Miss F. Farmer, Mrs. and Miss M. Smith, and Miss E. H. Jeffries, Tenbury, Worcestershire. [The following was received without name of house. ] Mr. and Mrs. Bacon, and Mr. F. Bacon, Oxford; Mr. and Mrs. White, London.
CORRESPONDENCS. LLWYNGWRIL SCHOOLS. SIR,-I was greatly amused by reading a letter in the last issue of the Cambrian News concerning this school, by i>ome one signing himself X. Y. Z. Who is this X. Y. Z. ? Perhaps he thinks that he is not known well; I assure him that I know him well: know his name, address, occupation, and everything else; and have had the privilege of seeing him the other day. Would it not be better for him to devote the time he spends in writing these long letters about the Llangelynin School Board, by preparing himself to obtain a good second year's government certificate ? In regard to the "Income" of the School Board Teacher, I have to state that your correspondent is igno- rant of what he receives for his labours. The master does not receive so much as what he said he obtains; neither has he a pupil teacher under his charge. I am compelled to say that he is very erroneous in his state- ments. Whatever may be said about the Board School and the instruction imparted to the children, the following may be said :—First, that the school on tne whole is very fairly conducted." Secondly, that the discipline is good, firm, yet kind. Thirdly, that the schoolroom is respectalily and neatly kept. [No stranger has ever told members of the Board nor the schoolmaster that the room has not been swept for a whole fortnight, as they do to som schools in this neighbourhood.] Fourthly, that the children are not allowed to play games at marbles, &c., in the schoolroom and fifthly, that a barrel of beer was never kept in this schoolroom. Froin X. Y. Z*s letter, I gather that he has great authority in this parish, for he calls upon the Board to answer some ridiculous questions of his. Surely he has not so much authority as that in the parish of Llan- gelynin. If he wants the Board to answer any questions of his, let him give his proper name, and then we shall see whether or not he has so much authority over them. If he be a ratepayer, the Board will forthwith comply with his request.—I am, &c., R
CRICKET. ABERYSTWYTH CRICKET CLUB V. VISITORS.—This match was played at Aberystwyth on Wednesday, August 1, and ended in a draw, the visitors not having had time to complete their innings. Score: ABERYSTWYTH. VISITORS. C. N. Thruston, b S W. Sprott, retired 7 owan Jones, run out 0 Felgate, run out 0 J. Lloyd Tainberlain, c Col- ColCns, b 0. Jones 6 lins, b Prince 78 F. A. Prince, b 0. Jones. 2 J. Hughes, st Prince, b C. T. Wade, b R. D. Lewis.. 4 Robinson 25 J. B. Robinson, not out 11 Morris Davies, b Prince 13 Clark, c Sub., b O. Jones 7 J. W. Rowlands, b Prince..10 A. E. Prince, not out o R. D. Lewis, b Collins 6 Extras 0 J. G. Green, b Prince 17 I. Gilbertson, c and b Prince 10 F. Roberts, c Robinson, b Prince 2 Ed. Roberts, not out 1 ii Extras 36 201 u« BARMOUTH C.C. V. PWLLHELI C.C.-A match between these clubs was played at Barmouth on Monday, Aug. 6th, termi- nating in favour of the Pwllheli team, by ten runs and four wickets. Some fine play was exhibited on both sides, espe- cially the fielding of the Pwllheli team. Appended is the full score:— BARMOUTH. H. Freeman, b Thomas 0 c Thomas, b Hum- phreys 7 J. Lloyd, b Humphreys 2 c J. E. Jones, b Thomas o A. O. Davies, b Humphreys 2" c Lem. Jones, b Thomas 18 C. Hanney, b Thomas 0 run out 13 T. P. Evans, b Thomas 1 c Lem. Jones, b R. Williams 12 J. Davies, b Humphreys 1 b Humphreys o W. Bursdel, b Humphreys. 0 b Humphreys 0 E. E. Jones, b Thomas 1 b W. Davies 1 C. L. Jones, run out 0 not out 0 T. W. Wyman, stJ. E. Jones, bthomas 0 b R. Williams. 3 W. Booth, not out 3 b Humphreys 0 Extras 3 Extras. 16 13 70 PWLLHELI. T. S. Morgan, b Davies 3 c Evans, b Hanney 10 W. Davies, c Wyman, b Hanney 0 b Davies 0 R. Williams, c Davies, b Hanney 7. c Davies, b Hanney 1 Lem. Jones, c Davies, b Hanney 2 c Wyman, b Davies 7 O. Humphreys, c and b Hanney 4 not out 8 Sam. Evans, run out 3 J. Thomas, b Davies 0 c and b Hanney 0 J. E. Jones, b Davies 6 c Davies, b Hanney 0 R. H. Jones, c Bursdel, b Davies 2 J. R. Toleman, run out 1 T. Watkins, not out 0 c Bursdel, b Evans 22 Extras 6 Extras 11 34 59
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ABERYSTWYTH. « WESLETANISM.-The Rev. T. C. Edwards, M.A., Prin- I :ipal of the University College of Wales, preached two lermons, on Sunday, Aug. 5, in Wesley Chapel, Queen's- road, in aid of the Sunday School funds. ] EARLY HARVEST.—Last Wednesday week, August 1st, k crop of barley was cut in the Vale of Clarach on the farm of Nantcellanfach, occupied by Mr. David Robots, tenant of Gogerdd»n. On Satarday, a field of barley was cut on the farm of Brynbwl, in the Vale of Clarach. THE TREES.—One of the trees in Queen's-road is dead and others are having the bark knocked off them by rub- bing against the guards. If it is worth while having trees in a town it is worth while taking care ef them. POLICE CASES.—On Tuesday mormng, August 7, before the Mayor and Alderman Thomas Jenes, Edwin Evan", a tramp, was charged with stealing wearing apparel from a hedge at Borth en the 30th June last. The tramp had been apprehended on leaving Montgomery gaol, where he had been confined for drunkenness. He was remanded for eight days. William Davies, an old offender, labourer, Llanbadarn, was brought up and charged by P.S. Phillips with having been drunk in Pier-street at six o'clock on Monday evening. The Bench adjourned the case, intend- ing it is believed, to inflict a fine if defendant misbehaves himself again. ABERHAFESP CHURCH.—On Friday last, the choir and clergy of Aberhafesp Church, and their friends, to the number of fifty, visited Aberystwyth at the kind invita- tion of Mr. Thomas E. Issard, of the Pentre, Mont- gomeryshire, who entertained them oa their arrival on the Castle grounds with light refreshments, and they after- wards sat down to a sumptuous dinner at the Crystal Palace Hotel, Queen's-road, the Rev. G. Cuthbert, M.A., vicar of Aberhafesp, in the chair. The health of Mr. and Mrs. Issard was proposed by the Chairman, and suitably replied to by Mr. Issard on behalf of himself and his wife, who in return, proposed the Vicar's health, who res- ponded. After partaking tea, the party proceeded to the station to return home by means of two special carriages engaged, attached to the six p.m. train, expressing them- selves to have enjoyed a very pleasant day. A vote of thanks was voted to Mr. and Mrs. Abbott, the proprietors of the hotel, for their kind attention to the party. PETTY SESSIONS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8TH.-Before the Mayor, Alderman Watkins, Esq., Isaac Morgan, Esq., and G. T. Smith, Esq. Neighbours' Quarrel.-Anne Jones, Northgate-street, grocer's wife, charged Mary Evans, Northgate-court, with assaulting her. The facts were very much like those usually related in cases of this kind, and,after a good deal of evidence of the screaming sort, the defendant was bound over to keep the peace. Women Fighting. Elizabeth Morris, wire worker's wife, Trefechan, was charged by Superintendent Lloyd with fighting with another woman at seven o'clock on Friday last.—P.C. David Williams said he saw the women fighting.—It transpired that the defendant had a good character and the case was dismissed.—Polly Rush, the other woman, had absconded,and a warrant was issued for her apprehension. Drunk-Edward Lewis, sailor, Trefechan, was charged with being drunk on Wednesday the 1st.—P.C. David Davies said he was sent for to turn out the defendant from the Angel public house. He was cursing and swear- ing and wanted to kill somebody. A fine of 2a. >6d., and 7s. 6d. costs was inflicted.—Mrj»G. T. Smith said the only way to put a stop to these cases was to inflict higher penalties. Alleged Arson.—John Morgan Evans, a boy living at Penparke, was charged by Mr. James Jones, Pierafield, with setting a rick of hay on fire, on Monday last. The rick was in a field near Penparke.-John Evans, saddler's apprentice, Penparke, said that on Monday, August 6th, aDout two o'clock in the afternoon, he saw smoke issuing from the rick of hay. Went out towards the rick and saw the boy John Morgan Evans, running from the direction of the field. Tried to put the fire out, and on getting other assistance the fire was extinguished.—James James, thirteen years of age, said he saw the accused at Penparke on Monday last. Gave him a match and half a sweet to take care of his little brother. The next witness was a little boy aged six years, named William Edwards. He said he lived at Penparke. Saw the accused last Monday at Penparke, after dinner, near the rick of hay. His brother and William Edwards were with him. The accused had some straw by the rick of hay. The accused had a match which was given to him by another boy. TTie accused lighted the match and put it to the straw near the rick of hay. The accused after he had lighted the straw ran away.-P.C. David Thomas said he went to the place where the rick was set on fire. The accused told his mother that James James gave him a match and that he and three other little beys went to the rick, col- lected some hay and lighted it to make a little fire. When the lad was apprehended he admitted having made a little fire with the match given to him by James James.—James Jones, Piersfield, said the rick of hay was his and was about ten tons. The damage was B30 or 235. There is a footpath near the stack. The hay was insured.—The accused was committed for trial at the Assizes. The boy was admitted to bail. RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY, MONDAY, AUG. 6.—Present: Major Lloyd-Philipps, chairman, Mr. H. C. Fryer, Mr. Vaughan Davies, Mr. Morris Davies, Mr. J. G. At wood, Mr. Hugh Hughes, Mr. John Morgan, Gwarallt, Mr. John Paull, Mr. D. J. Evans, Mr. Hugh Hughes, clerk, Mr. Morris Jones, and Mr. J. E. Hughes, medical officers, and Mr. David Jones, inspector. Water Supply to Villages.—The Chairman read a letter which the Clerk had received from the Local Government Board, adverting to previous correspondence on the sub- ject of the water supply of the villages in the Aberystwyth Rural Sanitary District, and especially to the Clerk's letter of the 26th October last. The Local Government Board now observed that at the end of the annual report for 1876 of Mr. Morris Jones, was a statement to the effect that no improvement had been made in the water supply of any one of the various villages in the district except Penrhyncoch. The Board, therefore, again drew atten- tion to the subject, requesting that, in view of the Sani- tary Authority's duty with regard to the water supply of their district, that the matter might be considered with- out delay.—In answer to a question, the Inspector stated that no meeting of the Borth Parochial Committee had been held since the last Board, and that no further steps had been taken with regard to the water supply. The committee were still waiting upon Mr. George Lewis.— Mr. Morris Davies remarked that he had been told by one of the Borth Committee that at present they had more water at Borth than they could tell what to do with. (Laughter.) He called attention to the fact that at Pen- trebont, near the Llanrhystyd railway station, the people had to go nearly a mile for water.—Speaking of Goginan, the Inspector said the houses could be easily and cheaply supplied with water from a spring in the wood at the back of the villa.-e.-Eventually the Clerk was directed to write to the Local Government Board and inform them that the question of supplying Borth with water had been de- legated to a Parochial Committee, and that there were no complaints made to the Board from any other place in the district.—The Committee directed their Inspector to visit the villages in rotation and report upon the water supply of each place. Nanteos Lodge.-In accordance with Major Phelp's desire, Mr. J. E. Hughes, the medical officer, stated that he had visited Nanteos Lodge, and found that everything had been satisfactorily done at that place. It could not have been done better. Contributory Districts.-The Chairman said a circular had been received from the Clerk to the Atcham Rural Sanitary Authority, enclosing the following resolution :— That this Committee is of opinion that one great cause of delay in carrying out, and opposition to, schemes of drainage and water supply in villages and country towns is that the parish in all cases forms the boundary for the contributory area for rating purposes, except-in such cases where special districts are permitted, after the accompanying delays and expenses of a Government inspection. It therefore desires to call the attention of the Local Government Board to the desirability of so amend- ing the Public Health Act, 1875, as to remove the in. equality and anomaly of the rural portions of a parish paying for the improvements effected in carrying out works of the nature referred to in populous places in the rural districts."—The Board were unanimously of opinion that the Borth district could be cited as a fair illustration of the inequality and anomaly, and, on the motion of Mr. Atwood, seconded by Mr. Fryer, it was agreed to en- dorse the resolution, adding, at Mr. Fryer's suggestion, that the Board was further of opinion that the cost of drainage works and water supply should be borne by the owners and occupiers of the houses in all villages and hamlets immediately benefited by the works. Dolypandy Water Supply and the Aberystwyth Water Supply Question.-A lengthy report upon the water sup- ply of Dolypandy was read by the Chairman, by which it appeared that the stream whence the people got water could only be effectually secured from pollution by about a mile of piping.—Mr. Fryer said he felt indisposed to advocate any great expense in purchasiug pipes and lay- ing them, because the Aberystwyth Town Council in. tended supplying the villages en route to the town with water--M.r. Vaughan Davies said it was a question whether the Aberystwyth Council really intended to carry out the Melindwr scheme.—Mr. Atwood said he had no doubt about it. He was not a great authority upon the matter; but he did not believe, and a great many others did not believe, in Plas Crug. Notice had been given to all parties. There was, in fact, a strong opinion that the Plas Crug water would never do for Aberyst- wyth. There were great doubts entertained as to the sufficieny of the supply. He believed it was not sufficient at the moment he was speaking.—Mr. John Trevethan, who had attended at the Board's request, remarked that Aberystwyth was ten times worse off for water than Dolypandy. He pointed out several wells in the imme- diate neighbourhood of the houses.—Eventually Mr. J. Paull, Mr. J. Trevethan, and the Inspector were deputed to see how the water could be best supplied, to devise means, to estimate expense, and produce a report to the next Board. inspector's Report.-M-.r. David Jones, the inspector, re- ported as follows:— Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen,—The notices served under the Rivers Pollution Act on parties connected with the respective leadmines of Blaencaelan and Tan-yr-Allt have expired since the last meeting. Some steps by way of commencement have been taken at tne former in order to comply, but as yet there is nothing done at the latter. I have the pleasure of informing you that Mr. Fryer, the vice-chairman of the Board, has recently of his own accord, kindly caused the water of a fine spring on land belonging to Lodge Park to be conveyed from a good distance, and at a considerable expense to the side of the road opposite Dolau Gwyn, near Tre'rddol. It is available also by the inhabi- tants of Tre'rddol. It is free of any charge to all consumers. The yield is about 10,000 gallons in every 24 hours. I beg to re- mind the Board that the work of draining Talybont yet remains to be carried out. In the part of Tre'rddol, within the township of Cynnyll Mawr, there are six houses that ought to be discon- tinued as habitations. Within the past month (July) three children died of diphtheria at Llanbadarn, of the respective %ges 11, 6J. 7, and five other children have had the complaint. rhere are eight expired notices within the district of the Borth Parochial Committee not complied with. I wish to know whether these cases are to be followed up by this Board or by the J Parochial Committee. The number of notices served since the ast meeting was 37 complied with during the same period, 8; ] sxpired notices on the book, 9; and unexpired notices, 37. Three notices were withdrawn. —The Rivers Pollution Act coming In force on the 15th August, notices we're ordered to be served on some of the mines to cease pollution of the water.—Mr. John Morgan thought the Board ought to be thankful to Mr. Fryer for the water supply he had provided at Dolaugwyn.— Mr. Fryer humorously remarked that he had provided the supply partly because it would keep people out of his field. (A laugh).—Mr. Morris Davies said he should have great pleasure in seconding a vote of thanks to Mr. Fryer for what he had done.—The motion was agreed to. —Dr. Jones was ordered to report upon the uninhabited houses mentioned in the report to the next meetin Referring to the diphtheria at Llanbadarn Fawr, Mr. Fryer asked if there was no apparent cause for the outbreak.—Mr. Morris Jones replied there was none to his knowledge.—Mr. Fryer asked what water was drunk at Llanbadarn?—Mr. Morris Davies Tieer.—Mr. Morris Jones said the pump-water at the place seemed to be very good.—The Clerk believed all the children who had died had attended the school at Penyfron.—Mr. Atwood re- marked that the ventilation of the school had been said to be defective. The School Board had considered the matter, and steps were being taken to remedy the defect. —The Inspector remarked that no case had broken out at Pwllhobi where drainage was most required.—A long conversation ensued on reading the Inspector's question upon the notices served on people in the Borth district, Mr. Fryer and Mr. Morris Davies being in favour of allowing the Parochial Committee to conduct the entire sanitary affairs of their district, and the Chairman and others taking an opposite view.—It was agreed that the Board should follow up the notices served before the formation of the Parochial Committee, leaving the question as to what powers should be delegated, undecided. TOWN COUNCIL, TUESDAY, AUG. 7. — Present: Mr. John Watkins, mayor, presiding, Alderman Thomas Jones, Councillors George Green, John James, Thomas Davies, John Jones, Great Darkgate-street, and J. P. Jones; Mr. W. H. Thomas, town clerk; Mr. David Lloyd, Mr. J. J. Atwood, corporation solicitor, Mr. Rees Jones, surveyor, and Mr. David Jones, borough accountant. A DISPUTED ACCOUNT. Mr. ATWOOD stated that he had tendered.C73 to Messrs. Ellis and Owen in discharge of their claim upon the Council, but they had refused to accept it. SEA WEED. Alderman THOMAS JONES called attention to the fact that the sea weed washed ashore near the promenade pier created an intolerable stench. He did not believe it was un- healthy, but the stench was intolerable. Several members of the Council remarked that the sea weed made capital manure, and that on past occasions the farmers in the district took it away. The SURVEYOR stated that many cartloads had been taken away during the past fortnight. YSTRAD MEURIG QUARRY. Referring to Ystradmeurig Quarry, Mr. JAMBS said something ought to be done with the quarry. The owners said the Council should have no more stone. Mr. ATWOOD replied that they could not prevent it as long as the lease lasted. Alderman JONES said there was at least a thousand tons wanted to secure the stone pier against next winter's storms. Answering a question, The TOWN CLBRK: said if the Council used the stone for the harbour no one could prevent them raising the stone. Mr. JAMES thought if the Corporation wanted the quarry they should try to come to some arrangement with the owner. The TOWN CLERK said at any rate, irrespective of that, he should work under the lease, and get as much stone as was required for the harbour. Mr. JAMES moved that the Harbour Committee should be empowered to let by tender or otherwise the raising of one and not exceeding three thousand tons of stone at Ystradmeurig quarry. Alderman JONES seconded the motion, and it was agreed to. INTBREST. It was agreed, on the motion of Mr. JAMES, seconded by Mr. JONES, Great Darkgate-street, to pay interest due on sums of money lent by Messrs. Thomas Jones, F. R. Roberts, W. H. Thomas, James Davies, Talybont, J. T. Morgan, Maesnewydd, David Davies, Ystradmeurig, and John Watkins, Aberystwyth. RATES. The MAYOR said Mr. James, the tanner, refused to pay the water rates. The TOWN CLERK remarked that the Town Commis- sioners consented to supply Mr. James gratuitously in conssquence of his giving up some rights of way. He thougnt the matter had better be looked into. The MAYOR also said that Dr. Rice Williams objected to pay water rates on his baths, remarking that no fresh water was used there, and that the premises were separate. There was a way of communication between the private house and the baths. The TOWN CLERK said he was clearly liable to pay. He was made to pav water rates for his office. Mr. GREBN said he had been called upon to pay water rates for the Assembly Rooms, although not a cask of water was used there throughout the twelvemonth. He hoped if the other cases were looked into his would be too. THE FIRE BRIGADE. The SURVEYOR said, according to the instructions of the Council, a fire brigade had been formed. He now pre- sented the following report:— We, the undersigned, having consented to become members of the Aberystwyth Fire Brigade for the protection of life and pro- perty, are willing to accept the customary rules as enforced in other places; but, finding the present method of extinguishing fires very deficient, we beg most respectfully to call the attention of the Council to the necessity of immediately providing the town with a proper fire engine, so as to enable us to practise, that in case of need we may be efficient in working it.-Signed. Rees Jones, Queen-street, George T. Evans, Market-street, Walter Gornall, North Parade, R. E. Williams, King-street, Daniel Morgans, Moor-street, William Jones, Skinner-street, Evan Evans, Union-court, Richard Felix, Terrace, John Hughes, King-street, Edward Evans, Thespian-street, John Evans, Thespian-street, William Evans, Thespian-street, Wm. Morris, Moor-street, John Edwards, Mary-street, Richard Edwards, Litte Darkgate-street, Thomas Lloyd, Queen-street, Thomas Evans, Northgate-street, Morgan Parry, High-street, James Watkins, Mary-street, and David James, Chalybeate-terrace. The TOWN CLERK asked if there were any instance in the country where the Corporation had out of the cor- porate funds provided a fire engine ? That question was worth looking into. Mr. J. P. JONES said that the institutions in the towns provided a portion of the funds. Mr. JAMES remarked that that was another thing. The TOWN CLERK said in many cases the institutions in the towns provide all the funds, or at least they did so assisted by voluntary subscriptions from the townspeople. He meant to say that it was worth the consideration of the Council how far the Corporation could provide an engine out of the rates. Mr. J. P. JONES said the Council had been fiddling about for a long time over the matter, and that it was time to do something. The TOWN CLERK said it was a question whether the Council could or could not. Mr. J. P. JONEs-You can. Your fire brigade is no good without a fire engine. Mr. JAMES quite agreed with Mr. J. P. Jones on that point. I The MAYOR said the brigade were of use if only to know where the hydrants were fixed. Mr. GREEN remarked that if the town had a proper sys- tem of hydrants, he had not the slightest doubt but that they could do all they wanted without a fire engine. SHIP LAUNCH. Mr. J. F. Evans attended the Board and stated that he was about to launch the ship he had been building at the harbour, and he hoped the Council would remove a drain they had made between the stocks and the river. Mr. JAMES and Mr. J. P. JONES opposed the applica- tion, as it would be inadvisable to spend the ratepayers' money in the work. The MAYOR, Alderman JONES, and others supported the application, seeing that the drain had been made after the ship had been commenced. The TOWN SURVEYOR replying that the work would cost about B5, it was resolved, on the proposition of Mr. GREEN, seconded by Alderman JONES, to grant the application. WATER SUPPLY. Thomas Oliver having applied to have water laid on to certain houses in the street near the National School, it was agreed to run a line of pipes from the street leading to the school to the new buildings. AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Mr. Pell, on behalf of the North Cardiganshire Agri- cultural Society, asked the Council to lend the Smithfield for the purpose of holding the annual show. The application was granted. QUARTERLY HORSE PAIRS. Mr. PELL also said the Horse Show Committee had not been officially informed as to the result of their applica- tion to the Council for additional accommodation for the purpose of holding quarterly horse fairs. The Committee wished to have a definite reply, in order to adequately advertise the fairs in the publications which were generally published in November, as well as in other places. r y" -1 The MAYOR lniormea Air. ireil that the (Jouncu nau decided to make a new road between the Station and the Board School, and allow the Smithfield-road to be used as a horse market. Mr. PELL said he for one, and he also believed others were of opinion, that that arrangement would not answer the purpose. On some occasions the Smithfield was entirely occupied by cattle, leaving no room for horses. Mr. JAMES remarked that it was only so on the 1st of April and the 1st of May. Mr. PELL pointed out that it would be well to provide for increased markets and fairs. The MAYOR said the Council were not willing to grant the field, because to macadamize the ground and make it fit for horse fairs would entail great expense. Mr. PELL replied that the Committee did not want the Council to macadamise the ground. All they wanted was for the Council to put a couple of drains through the field, erect two walls, and make two paths for the people who attended the fairs. The field, used for the fairs only four times a year, would let to the butchers at the same, if not an increased rental as at the present time, and the gardens at the sides would xet for £ 12 or £ 13 an acre, instead of £ 6 as was now paid for the land. Mr. JAMES said he had no doubt the butchers would be glad to have a piece of land near the Smithfield on which to put their sheep and cattle. He suggested that the matter should be again referred to the Public Works Committee. Alderman J mms seconded the proposal, and it was agreed to. SHIPBUILDERS' ROW. Mr. Evan Rees attended the meeting, and drew the Council's attention to the fact that it was intended to erect cottages in Shipbuilders'-row in such a way as to make the street very narrow. This matter was also referred to the Public Works Com- mittee. Mr. David Williams produced the plans of*the cottages, which were approved, subject to the decision of the Pilbl*T Works Committee. BY-LAWS. I he TOWN CLERK said he had received, from the Local Government Board a series of books containing model' by-laws on new streets and buildings, cleaning of foot- ways and pavements, removal of house filth, common* lodging houses, market and slaughter-houses, hackney carriages, and all the usual subjects appertaining to muni- cipal government. It was suggested that the by-laws al- ready in force should be amended, or that new ones should be framed. He suggested the formation of new by-laws. There was a great deal of work in them. There were laws as to bathing, and the distance men must keep off ladiep' bathing machines. Mr. JAMES asked if there was anything there respecting ladies going into gentlemen's bathing machines ? The TOWN CLERK replied that he saw nothing to that effect in the model by-laws. (Laughter.) DONKEYS AND HACKNEY CARRIAGES. It wag agreed to allow the Terrace donkeys to standjn the open space near the life-boat house, and tlie hackney carriages under the trees in North Parade, as provided for in the by-laws. THE MELINDWR SCHEME. In answer to a question, Mr. ATWOOD said he thought he should be in time with the application to Chancery re- specting the rights of the infant concerned in the Melin- dwr scheme. „ PUBLICATION. e vir .Wn ^lerk laid upon the table a specimen page of Waterlow and Son's Municipal Corporations Com- panion, Diary, Official Directory, and Calendar."
LLANILAR. PETTY SESSIONS, FRIDAY, AuaoaT. 3RD.-Before Vaughan Davies, Esq., and Morris Davies, Esq. Drunkenness.—William Hughes. The Old Surgery, Yspytty Ystwyth, charged by P.C. T. Jones, 18, with having been drunk at the Lisburne Arms, Yspytty on the 7th July, was fined 10s. and costs and John Hughes, labourer, Gwarffynnon, also charged by P.C. Thomae Jones, with having been drunk on the same occasion at the same place, was fined 5s., and costs.—John Jones, postboy, Belle Vue Hotel, Aberystwyth, was summonea for having been drunk on the 28th July, whilst in charge of a waggonette containing visitors on the highway at Lisburne Mines. P.C. Thomas Jones proved: the case, and the defendant, who bore a previous good. character, and was said to be poor, was let off with a fine of 6d. ana costs. > Alleged Desertion of Service.—Margaret Jones, Skinner- street, Aberystwyth, was charged by Evan Herbert, farmer, Carnceirw, with having deserted his service. Mr. J. W. Thomas appeared for the defendant, and urged that she was under age and had made the contract with the complainant without the. consent of her parents, it could not be legally binding. The Bench said they could not entertain Mr. Thomas's objection for if what he held were good none of the farmers in the neighbourhood, would, be safe.—"Mr. Thomas then asked for an adjournment, in order to be enabled to prove an assault on the defendant. -Complainant denied the charge but the Bench hoping Mr. Thomas had good reasons for making his application, adjourned the case. Non-Payment of Rates.—Distress warrants were ordered to be issued in the cases brought against Anne Hughes, lynlone, for the non-payment of £312s. 5d., and Sarah Jones, Bankygwaith, for the non-payment of £1"98. 7d. Margaret Jones, lat. of Penybwlch, and John Jones, Esgerhir, were also charged with the non-payment of £8 13s. 9d., arrears of rates. There was some dispute in thit case between the outgoing and incoming tenants. The Bench heard the evidence, and finally called upon Mar- garet Jones to pay JE5 Os. 9d., and John Jones, £3 13s. A Cowardly Assault.-Henry Evans, miner, Blaentir, charged Edward Williams, Tynewydd, Henry Evans, Pencwm, William Jones, Blaen'resger, John Williams, Tynewydd, David Williams, Cross Inn, David Jones, Brynglas, William Williams, Pantgwyn, and Evan Ed- wards, Bog, miners, with an assault at Gwnnws parish on the 21st July.—Mr. Roberts, solicitor (Mr. Griffith Jones's office), appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Davies, Antaron, for the defendants.—The complainant said, on the 21st July he was going home from Pontrhydfendigaid after having been at work all day, and when near the cross- roads he saw the defendants standing in a group. David Williams went up to complainant and challenged him to fight. He refused, whereupon David Williams struck him twice in the face. The others then came on. He was knocked down and kicked when on the ground. William Jones, David Williams, David Jones, and Wiry Williams being nearest to him, the others surrounding him. David Williams had a stick with him. He was able to walk home after the assault.—In answer to Mr. Davies, Antaron, complainant said he had been charged on a previous occasion with having violently assaulted a man, and also with having been on licenced premises during prohibited hours. He was acquitted of the former charge.—Evan Hughes said he saw and heard the com- plainant and David Williams quarreling. A fight ensued and on witness endeavouring to separate the combatants' all the other defendants set on him and kicked him into the hedge on the side of the road.—Cross-examined—Witr ness said he went with the complainant into two public houses. At one place they had two or three pints of beer, and at another three or four pints. The defendant DaVii Williams and the complainant were challenging each other, but he did not think it commenced like a fair fight. —Mr. Jones, surgeon, North Parade, proved thafwhen he saw the complainant he appeared to have been very much abused.—Mr. Davies then called John Williams* son of Evan Williams, who was present, but he did not appear.—In answer to enquiries made by the Bench, nearly every one of the defendants were shown to have been before the magistrates on previous occasions.—After consultation, the Bench said they had come to the conclu- sion to dismiss the charge against Edward Williams, the small boy. It seemed to the Bench that a lot of miners were in the habit of going to Pontrhydfendigaid to drink as much beer they could carry. They then went out to fight and indulge m disgraceful rows. It had arrived at such a pitch that the magistrates were determined to put down the fighting and the drunkenness in that district. There was no doubt that David Williams and David Jones had committed a gross assault on the complainant Henry Evans They would therefore be fined 30s. each and costs, William Williams and William Jones 20s. and costs, and Evan Edwards, John Williams, and Hugh Evans, 15s. each and costs. Riding wi thout Reins.—Jenkin Jones, servant, Pengraig Villa, was fined Is. and costs, for having ridden without reins on the 27th July. Assaulting the Police. David Ishmael, Glannant was charged by Supt. Lloyd, with having been drunk on the highway in the parish of Yspytty, on the 3rd July; with having assaulted P.C. D. Davies whilst in the execution of his duty, on the same date; and with having been drunk and riotous on the highway at Lisburne Mines. P.C. D. Davies and P.C. Pierce proved the charges, the former stating in his evidence that the defendant had taken him by the legs and twice tipped him over. De- fendant was fined 5s. and costs for having been drunk 30s. and costs, for the assault; and 10s. for having be drunk and riotous.—The defendant said he "believed" hp should go to gaol. More Drunkenness.—Richard Griffiths V««,r++ jyth, T fined 10, John Mor^n"S iSSfSpIg" 5s. and Evan Evans, Pengraig, Yspytty, 5s. knd coste LbbtnegMbbenS.drUIlk °* tL W-Sl L18burne Mme8. Another Assault on the Police.-Evan Evans, Pen-rai* who was fined in the last case for drunkenness, w^™ £ fined £ 2 and costs for having assaulted P.C. James Piom. on the 28th July. The constable said the defendant attempted to take him by the Collar, and in doing so said he would give him (P.C. Pierce) the same as he had trot at Pontrhydfendigaid. Permitting Drunkenness -Morgan Jones, Lisburne Arms, was fined £ 2 and costs, for having permitted drunkenness on his licensed premises on the 7th July. The defendant's wife appeared and said there was an election going on at that time at the Lisburne Mines. Beer was placed on the table free of expense in quarts and gallons and, she supposed, the men (William and John Hughes) partook of it too freely. The police having given the house a good character, the magistrates decided not to endorse the licence. Pontrhydfendigaid Again.—John Richards, Pontrhyd- fendigaid, was fined 10s. and costs, for having been drunk at the Red Lion, Pontrhydfendigaid, on the 27th Tnlv The defendant called David Williams, Eliza Rees and Mrs. Anne Jones, the landlady, to prove that he was not drunk on that occasion.—Anne J ones, the Ret! T.irm in consideration of the good character her house bore was only fined 10s. a"dthXTy M drunkenness on the premises on 27th Juij% as stated in the foretrointr case Stealing Milk at F^rS,^clc ln the morning.—Margaret Evans, was charged by I £ £ ? DT68' SSS-Pr having stoien a quantity of milk on the 28th J my. a. David Thomas said he went on Cefnmelgoed land on the 27th July at twelve o'clock at night, ^e^Tun tiT1? M.or&anfS the tenant. They remained there until four o'clock the following mornin/ Prai" wen^and undef a cow grazing on Cefn- Grai0wen land. lhe cow move(j on T}jey then saw a woman rise up, with a can in her hand, and walk quicklr towards her house, which was between the cow and the spot ^ere the constable and his companion were stand- mg. The woman, who at first was 100 or 15(J yards awav got into the house before the constable, locked the door' and appeared to go into an inner apartment on the "round floor, used as a bedroom. On looking in through the key hole, witness saw a basin of milk on the table, and on look- ing through the window, saw the jug or can. The accused was the person he saw that morning under the cow. He then went to Cefn-Graigwen to tell prosecutor that his cow had been milked, afterwards pointing out the particular animal. He did not point out the cow to the servant girl, but on milking it she pointed out the cow and said she could only get half a cream jug from it. He then went to the prisoner's house. On being admitted, he found that she was not completely dressed. He therefore told her to go and dress herself, and when she was gone he took possession of the milk. On her return he charged her with the theft. She denied it and said she had not been out that morning. He then produced the basin con- taining the milk, but she did not say anything until he found the tin jug with a little milk in the bottom and nearly full of froth, when she confessed that she had been out for a drop of milk for her little baby. He went out and called the prosecutor, and on returning she denied that she had been out that morning. When on her way to the Aberystwyth lock-up, she told her sister that she was going to Aberystwyth in charge of a policeman because she had been out that morning-into a field for milk for her little baby. The milk found in the accused's house was under the value of Is.-John Morgan, Cefnmelgoed, who had been losing milk from his cows for about three weeks, substantiated the constable s statements, and identified the accused.-The prosecutor, Henry Davies, having given corroborative evidence, Elizabeth Lewis, servant at Cefn. Graigwen, said she milked the cows on the 28th July last, when she found a short quantity of milk from a black cow. one pointed the cow out to the policeman on the following morning. The accused was committed to Cardigan gaol for one month.