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WANTED, TO LET, &c. The Charges for the insertion of PREPAID ADVERTISE- ME NTS referring to HOUSES TO BE LET, I APARTMENTS WANTED, HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, SITUATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, ARTICLES LOST AND FOUND Are as follows:- 3 Lines (seven words to a line) 1 0 Ditto, Three insertions 2 0 4 and 5 Lines (seven words to a line).. 1 6 Ditto, Three insertions 3 6 Ditto, Six insertions 6 0 For each additional line over five lines, when there is one inser- tion 4d.; when there are three insertions, or more, 3d. WANTED, respectable men to represent a well- known London publisher, of English and Welsh Family Bibles, and other standard works of sterling merit, and also of first-class fac-similies of paintings by eminent artists, in every parish throughout North and South Wales. Hereford, and Monmouth. The books are clearly printed, richly illustrated, and handsomely bound, and the pictures attractively framed. They are both issued to subscribers on the easy payment system, as well as for cash.—Apply for catalogues and terms, 6, Welling- ton Crescent, Welshpool. WANTED, a CLERK for a Lawyer's Office in North Wales. Applicant must understand the routine of a Solicitor's Office, and be thoroughly steady and trustworthy.—Address XXX., Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. WANTED, a thoroughly reliable- and efficient GENERAL SERVANT.—Apply, Dr. GROSHOLZ, Pier House, Aberdovey. WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the Chemist and Druggist business.—Apply, CHEMIST, care of DR. Grosholz, Aberdovey. A SCHOOLMASTER WANTED. WANTED, before the end of August next, for Harlech Endowed School, a well-trained CERTI- FICATED MASTER. The Master's salary for the year ended 31st May, 1877, was about £112, and an excellent house attached to the schoolroom. Apply, with testimonials and references, to the Rev. 1). OWEN, Rector, Llanbedr, Merionethshire, North Wales. WANTED, a Good GENERAL SERVANT who understands Plain Cooking, in a family of two. Washing done at home. Personal character indispensable. English girl preferred. Wages twelve pounds. Address YOUNG, Esq., Crow's Nest, Aberdovey. ILLA.-Harlecli, North Wales.-FOR SALE, or TO BE LET, a FreeholdTdetached VILLA, com- J^ANDIN" fine view of Cardigan Bay and the Snowdon has three entertaining" and six bedrooms, 'three ATTICS, kitchen, w.c., and bathroom, &c. Apply REES EVANS, Llanbedr, Merionethshire. RESIDENCE at the seaside, Aberystwyth. Part it or whole of a furnished house on the Marine Parade. TERMS very moderate.—Apply, Lucy, Cambrian News ce, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH, CARDIGANSHIRE. 4 To Drapsrs, Grocers, Italian Warehousemen, and others requiring large space and commanding central position. TO BE LET, either yearly or on lease, the exten- sive corner premises, with two very large plate glass Montages, No. 9, PIER-STREET, ABE11YSTWYIH, ^HERE a high class and lucrative Drapery Business was carried on by the late Mr. Hugh Davies and his prede- ^'SXOR for upwards of half A century. Suitable for any ASCRIPTION of business, being in the best and most central P°SITION in the town. Fixtures to be taken at a valuation. R-APPLY TO Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer and General ^ALUER, Aberystwyth. TOBE LET,NO72 HENDRE VILLAS, contain- ing one Drawing-room, one Sitting-room, six Bed- also one Parlour, Kitchen, Back-kitchen, and ■P-C.—For further particulars enquire of Mr. JOHN Market Hall, Barmoutli. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY QUEEN'S SQUARE HOUSE, Aberystwyth, now the occupation of Professor Ethe.—For further^ par- OCULARS applv to Messrs. ATWOOD and SON, Solicitors, t^rystwyth. A FARM TO LET, immediate possession, NANTYRNELE, a new house, FOUR rooms_ below nd four bedrooms, with all new outbuildings, with de- ^ched Cottage and Garden; about 150 acres in all. ^ENT £ 30. About seven miles from Machynlleth and three from Cemmes Road Stations, with good shooting J^D fishing.—Apply T. WILLIAMS, Bryn Teg, Buckly, Chester. MERIONETH, ON THE VERGE OF MONT- | GOMERYSHIRE. ) To BE SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, de CLEIVIONL," one of the most beautiful villa resi- in Wales, about three quarters of a mile from IAW dd wy railway station, an d tenmiuutes' walk from MAIL- ED church, between 90 and 100 acres, looking down the °vey and up the romantic Cleivion salmon and sewin VERS (bounded southward by the latter), nearly three 0f PATHS and drives. The Villa has a pleasing ele- J N> extensive lawn with flower beds and borders. It Planted with many flourishing specimen trees and ?5UBS (some rare), four glasshouses, a range of forcing « 3I three-stalled stable and coach-house, lodge, a fancy 5* woods, plantations, &c. f or further particulars, and permission to view, apply Messrs. HOWELL and MORGAN, Solicitors, Machynlleth, the premises. Six photographs of interesting objects ^_the premises may be seen. rrO LET, MELINDWIl HOUSE, Goginan, 7 miles from Aberystwyth, containing entrance hall, dining 1 drawing rooms, kitchens, pantry, dairy, five bed- c Ins, and w c., with stable and coach-house, cow-house, and a good garden.—Apply to H. H. OAK.ES, King- ^GT, Aberystwyth. PURKISHED HOUSE TO LET, containing dining JV room and 4 bedrooms, kitchen and back kitchen. >VEAR the seaside. With or without attendance.—Apply, DRFAV, Morfa House, Towyn, Merionethshire. ) A RIDE TO KHIVA. — BY CAPTAIN FRED BURNABY, T> Roval Horse Guards.. A1 ^AGE 13 says —" Two pairs of boots lined with fur were *LSO taken; and for physic—with which it is as well to be ^PPLIED when travelling in out-of-the-way places—some H1IRUNE AIL(| (JONG'S pills, the latter a most invaluable QEDICINE, and one which I have used on the natives of OEIITRAL Africa with the greatest possible success. In fact, marvellous effects produced upon the mind and body I 3-U Arab Sheik, who was impervious to all natlye ESicilies, when I administered to him five V COCKLE'S PILLS WLJL never fade from my memory and a friend of mine, V, 0 Passed through the same district many months after- 1 ARDS, informed ine that my fame as a medicine man TR* HOT died out, but that the marvellous cure was even a theme of conversation in uhe bazaar. SEE BURNABY'S RIDE TO KHIVA, page 131 A ^OOD FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST, with a prudent use, has saved many a Ine and yet we think C \DEA may be improved upon, and reduced to a more WE form. Take some good compound, such as COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, 0U? WE find that the desired end may be oMamedwith- 0? SCALES and weights, or little mysterious compartments bE bottles, with crystal stoppers. Others might USED, but A, COCKLE'S PILLS, AIL>TED by many thousands nf persons, and found to their purpose so well, may be set down as the best. -J^erver.. -J^erver.. Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In use for the last seventy-eight years for INDIGESTION. 11 boxes at Is. ld., 2s. 9d., 4s. Gd., and lis. Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In vise for the last seventy-eight years for BILIOUS AFFECTIONS. IN boxes at Is. ld., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and lis. Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In use for the last seventy-eight years for LIVER COMPLAINTS. es at 18. nd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and lis. ockle's Antibilious Pills, In use amongst all classes of society SEVENTY-EIGHT YEARS, I AY bew had throughout the United Kingdom, 1 In boxes at Is lid., 2s. 9d., 4s. Gd., and lis. EW ORMOXO STREET, LONDON. PATENT AMERICAN EYE LIQUID has proved a blessing to thousands. ta.l' Ùures this Liquid is effecting every day are "fc jy ^^°us! aged, weak, watery, sore, bloodshot, keels, „AC^S' specks, colds, inflamed, near-sight, over-worked, XN'E,RY disease of the Eye can be cured in A few dressings. FCGJAKY all Chemists, Is. lid. and 2s. 9d.: from LDK s 15 and O3 stamps. Book 011 the hu.1. '.11 eye ce stamps. I SALES BY AUCTION SMITHI'IELDRABERYSTWYTH. MONTHLY SALES OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLE. MENTS, &c. MR. G. T. SMITH begs respectfully to announce that he will hold Monthly Sales of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Agricultural Implements, Carriages, &c., in the Smithfield, Aberystwyth, on the FIRST MONDAY IN EVERY MONTH, At Twelve o'clock. ENTRIES FOR THE SALE ON MONDAY, JUNE 3, Respectfully solicited, To be sent in at least a week previous to sale, to be in- cluded in catalogues and advertisements. TERMS :—2| per cent. on amount sold; and a small fixed 2 Entry Fee for unsold lots, to meet expenses. B&~ SETTLEMENT ON THURSDAY AFTER SALE. CARDIGANSHIRE. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, Pursuant to an order of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice, made in the matter of Thomas Jones, deceased, and an action of Duckitt^ v. Jones, with the approbation of Vice-Chancellor Sir Richard Malins, by MR. G. T. SMITH, the person appointed by the said Judge, at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, On TUESDA Y, the 28th day of 11-IA Y, 1878, at three o'clock in the afternoon precisely, in one lot, a WATER CORN GRIST MILL, and TWO DWELLING HOUSES, known as Melin Noyadd, at present in hand. Also, a COTTAGE and premises adjoining thereto, known as Gwarfelin Cottage, let to Mr. Daniel Thomas. Also, a SLANG OF LAND on Bwadrain, containing 3a. lr. 23p., or thereabouts, subject to the right of working the same vested in Mr. Robert Northey. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had of Messrs. WILKINSON and DREW, Solicitors, 151, Bermond- sey-street, London, S.E.; Messrs. SAFFERY and HUNTLEY, 191, Tooley-street, Southwark, London; at the place of sale and of the Auctioneer, Mr. GEORGE T. SMITH, Aberystwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. G. T. SMITH has been instructed to offer for Sale by Auction, On TUESDAY, JUNE 11th, 1878, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions), at the Talbot Hotel, in the town of Tregaron, the following valuable and well-situated FREEHOLD FARMS :— No. 1, AnEnCARYAN, In the parish of Llanddewi Brefi, consisting of 140 acres of enclosed Arable and Meadow Land, on the bank of the celebrated river Teify, on the road to Lampeter, and a mile and a half from Tregaron. With it will be sold its Sheep and Cattle Pasture, on which usually graze 300 or 400 sheep; distant from Abercarvan House about a mile and half. The Manchester and Milford Railway passes through, and Llanio Station is distant 1 mile. 1 No. 2, C'WMBREFI, In the parish of Llanddewi Breli, a Mountain Farm, con- sisting of enclosed Arable and Meadow Land, together with grazing liberties attached, amounting, according to the Tithe Apportionment Map," to 421a. lr. 33p. Distant from Tregaron three miles south. No. 3, PENDDOLFAWR, In the parishes of Caron and Gwnnws, consists of 63a. 5r. lOp. of rich Arable and Pasture fields, through which the river Teify passes. Distance from Strata Florida Station of the Manchester and Milford Railway, 2 miles. No. 4, PENLAN, In the parish of G wnnws, consisting of 229a. 2r. 19p. of Arable and Pasture Land, including 40 acres of Oak Wood of 18 years' growth. It abounds with Game, as the ad- joining land has been for years, and is now, strictly pre- served. The Manchester and Milford Railway passes through it, and the Travvscoed Station is distant two miles and Aberystwyth 10 miles. No. 5, GORSFAWR, In the parish of Lledrod, about a mile from the village of that name, consists of 03a. Or. 3p. of enclosed and well- cultivated Land. It is believed to contain more than one rich vein of Lead ore, for large lumps from Sin. and 9in. thick are every now and then thrown up by the plough or otherwise found in places far apart, on which no trial has at all been made. Further particulars may be had of Messrs. HUGH HUGHES and SONS, Solicitors; or, the AUCTIONEER, Aberystwyth. MONTHLY SALES. ABERYSTWYTH SMITHFIELD. MR. E. J. MORGAN, Auctioneer, begs to state that he will have monthly sales of Live and Dead Stock in the Smithfield on Aberystwyth Fair Days. The next Sale will be held on MONDA Y, JUNE 3, at One o'clock. Entries and applications for terms to be sent to Mr. E. J. MORGAN, auctioneer. Penllwyn. MERIONETHSHIRE. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM. To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. LEWIS WILLIAMS, at the Golden Lion Hotel, Dolgelley, On FRIDA Y, MA Y 31, 1878, At Four o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, all that compact and desirable Freehold Farm, called "TY CANOL,"situate in the parish of Llanymawddy, in the county of Merioneth, now in the occupation of Mr. Evan Evans, containing by estimation 58a. lr. 22p. of capital Arable and Pasture Land, together with the exclusive right of pasturage over an excellent Sheepwalk, containing 688a. Ir. 36p., adjoining thereto. The buildings are suitable and convenient, and the house in good repair. The Property is distant five miles from Dinas Mawddy, twelve miles from Bala, and fifteen miles from Dolgelley. The Property may be viewed on application to the Tenant, and for further particulars apply to the AUC- TIONEER, Dolgelley, or to Mr. G. D. HARRISON, Solicitor, Welshpool. LLANIDLOES, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES, SHOPS, ACCOMMODATION LAND, AND FARMS, In and near Llanidloes, in the county of Montgomery, To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. LLOYD MORGAN, at the Queen's Head Hotel, Llanidloes, On THURSDA Y, the 23rd MA Y, 187S, at one o'clock in the afternoon, in the following or such other lots, and subject to such conditions as shall be de- termined upon at the time "of sale. LOT 1. CAE CRAIGFRYN ACCOMMODATION LAND, near Llanidloes Railway Station, containing 4a. Ir. Op., occupied by Richard Ingram. Eligible for building plots. LOT 2. An ALLOTMENT, enclosed, called Bryngwain Sheepwalk," situate in the parish of Llandinam, contain- ing 29a. 2r. 27p., now occupied by John Davies. LOT 3. A FARM on Bryndu, situate about a mile from the town of Llanidloes, containing 5a. 3r. 12p., occupied by Matthew Owen. LOT 4. A FARM called "Llyest Las," in the parish of Llan- gurig, containing 15a. Ir. lp., and a SHEEPWALK, un- enclosed, for about 50 sheep, occupied by Hugh Davies. LOT 5. A DWELLING-HOUSE and SHOP, Outbuildings, and Garden, occupied by Messrs. Higgs, situate in China- street, in the town of Llanidloes. Lot 0 A DWELLING-HOUSE and SHOP, Outbuildings, and Garden, occupied by Mr. R. Ingram, adjoining Lot 5. LOT 7. SIX DWELLING-^tlO USES, BAKEHOUSE, WAREHObSL, and YARD, with the appurtenances, situate in Bethel-street, in the town of Llanidloes, having a street frontage of 1;)7 feet, now occupied by Richard Jones and others. LOT 8. PWLLYREBOL 1 ARM," (part of), situate in the parish of Llanidloes, within one mile of Garth station on the Van Railway, and within three miles of Llanidloes, and skirted by the turnpike road, containing 2Ga. 2r. 28p., occupied by Thomas Jones. Ihe Van Lode runs through the property, and it is now worked under a lease by the East Van Mining Company at a royalty of l-14th, with every prospect of success. Ine land is also eligible for building miners' cottages, being contiguous to the Van Mine. T LOT 0. THREE PIECES of LAND, part of PwIIyrebol, con- taining 5a. Or. 30p., available for building, as it adjoins the turnpike road, in the occupation of ihomas Jones. LOT 10. A FIELD called" Cacrbeedle," containing 5a. Or. 4p., part of l'wilyrebol, in the occupation of Thomas Jones. Also eligible for building. Printed plans and pa i L culars may be obtained of the AUCTIONEER, or of Messrs. HUWELL & MORGAN. Solicitors, Machynlleth. SALES BY ^^UC^TION. TOWYN, ON CARDIGAN BAY, MERIONETH, NORTH WALES. The Freehold Residential Domain of Ynys-y-Maengwyn, containing about 1,478 acres, situate in the parish of Towyn, in Merionethshire, on the borders of Cardigan Bay, and in the midst of a district celebrated for its magnificent scenery and salubrious climate, lies (with the exception of a mountain sheepwalk) within a ring fence, bounded on the north by the river Dysynni, and extends southwardly to the mountain range, which runs eastwards from near Cardigan Bay to Lake Tal-y-llyn, at the foot of Cader Idris," about ten miles distant, embracing large tracts of valuable Arable, Meadow, and Pasture Lands in the Dysynni Valley, and extensive Sheepwalks on the adjacent mountain range. The MANSION, a commodious Stone-built Residence, of commanding elevation, contains a magnificent Central Hall (42ft. by 26ft.), surrounded by the Reception Rooms, over which are the six Principal Bedrooms, and in two detached wings are the Secondary Apartments, Private and Domestic Offices, possessing all the con- veniences necessary for a well-ordered establishment. Large sums have been recently expended in improving the buildings, and the principal apartments have been renovated and decorated in the most elegant manner by Messrs. Jackson and Graham, the celebrated London upholsterers, in studied unison with the architecture. The FURNITURE, also by Messrs. Jackson and Graham, is most exquisite in design, and_unsurpassed m quality and workmanship. It is practically new, having been recently supplied to the owner with a view to his con- tinuous residence there, and is in admirable order, and in perfect harmony with the elegant surroundings. This may be taken at the option of the purchaser of the Mansion, together with the fixtures, which are en suite, at a valuation. j n T The Gardens and Pleasure Grounds are tastefully dis- posed in lawns,parterres, terraces, and shrubberies of remarkably luxuriant and varied growth, and these, to- gether with the Stables, Coach-houses, Gardener's and other Cottages, Kennels, Poultry-houses, Outbuildings, and Yards, are surrounded and protected by well-grown Plantations, with Rookery, and by park-like Inclosures of rich meadow and pasture land, beautifully diversi- fied, being studded with fine timber, and having a sheet of ornamental water, with islet in the foreground. The Estate, with the Mansion, presents one of the most unique residences for a family of wealth and distinction, with a Sporting Estate, affording good cover for game, which has been continuously preserved; excellent wild fowl shooting, and salmon, sewin, trout, and other fish- ing in the river Dysynni, which flows near to the man- sion, the Boat-house being approached from the Pleasure Grounds. Cardigan Bay is within two miles, and accessible for yachting, thus affording independent means of communication with Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, and Barmouth, and of indulging in this fashionable pastime. The FARMS include Ysguboriau (the Home Farm), Hendy with Llechwedd, Bryn-y-Castell, and Cil-y-Parc, which are held on annual tenancies, and Pen-y-Wern and Cynfal, which are held under leases terminable respec- tively in 1879 and 1880. The Ynys Water Corn Mill is also on the estate, and, to- gether with about 13 acres of Land, is held under a lease which terminates in 1888. -r,. The numerous smaller holdings of Pall Mall and Picca- dilly, close to Towyn, on the turnpike road to Dolgelley, and valuable Accommodation Lands near thereto, and dilly, close to Towyn, on the turnpike road to Dolgelley, and valuable Accommodation Lands near thereto, and to the Hamlet of Bryn Craig. Also, a detached Freehold Estate of about 46 acres, called Tyddyn-y-Pandy (now under lease), with the Flannel Mill and Cottages thereon, about 23 acres of Arable and Grass Land, and nearly 17 acres of Mountain Sheepwalk; also, nearly 6 acres of Ffrydd, held on vearly tenancy; together with the dead-rent of B2 per annum, and the Royalty of l-16th reserved in the lease of the Slate Quarry thereon. Also, the detached Freehold Estate of "Dolgoch," com- prising the homestead and about 125 acres of surround- ing arable and grass lands, and the adjacent sheepwalk of about 103 acres, held on yearly tenancy together with the dead-rent of £ 30 per annum, and the royalty of l-16th reserved in the lease of the slate quarry there- on. IfI! The Slate Quarries at Tyddyn-y-Pandy and Dolgoch are both now developed at great expense to the companies to which they are let, and it is expected they will soon be actively worked. The Tal-y-llyn Railway intersects both estates at a convenient level for discharging slates, which the Railway Company is bound to convey to the junction with the Cambrian Railway at Towyn at lid. per ton per mile. There is a station upon each estate. The whole of the Estates are abundantly supplied with water of the purest quality, and in remarkable abund- ance, not only affording ample supply for live stock and for domestic purposes, but also power for thrashing, pulping, and other operations, which is utilized upon most of the farms, and also for grinding at Ynys Mill. MESSRS. EDDISON and TAYLOR will offer for Sale by Auction, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, London, On WEDNESDA Y, JUNE 26th, 187S, at two o'clock p.m. precisely, subject to conditions to be then produced, the FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL DOMAIN of Ynys-y-Maengwyn," comprising 1,478a. 3r. 28p., together with the mansion, farms, and property as above described, in one lot, and in separate lots the farms of Dolgoch and Tyddyn-y-Pandy. The domain is peculiarly eligible for subdivision into lots, and in the event of a sale not being effected, the MANSION, with its pleasure grounds, gardens, planta- tions, and shrubberies, cottages, stables, coach-house, kennels, and the park-like inclosures surrounding, com- prising about 180 acres, will be then offered in one lot, to- gether with sporting rights over about 400 acres adjacent, and the farms, mill, accommodation lands, &c., in other seventeen lots, or such others as may be decided upon at the time of sale. The mansion and grounds may be viewed by cards only. Detailed particulars, with plans and views, may be seen at the principal hotels in the district, or may be had of Mr. John Eddisen, Land Surveyor and Estate Auctioneer, Royal Exchange, Leeds, and High-street, Huddersfield (Eddison and Taylor); or of Messrs. WILLIAMS, JAMES, and WASON, Solicitors, 62, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. NOTE.—The remainder of the Corbet Estates, situate at Towyn and Aberdovey, and comprising the farms of Esguan, Maesllefrith, Tyddynrhys-y-Gader, &c. the Corbet Arms Hotel at Towyn, and Accommodation Lands, extending thence to Pall Mall; several shops and cottages, and also the ground rents with reversionary interests in numerous properties, will be offered for sale at Towyn about August next. MERIONETHSHIRE. THE CAETHLE ESTATE, situate in the parish of Towyn, and recently forming an important part of the Ynys-y-maen-gwyn Estates, together with two detached FARMS, known as Braich-yr-henllys and Bronffynon, comprising together about 1,500 acres. To be Sold by Auction, unless previously disposed of by private treaty, by MR. OWEN DANIEL, at the Cambrian Hotel, Towyn, Merioneth, On THURSDAY, the ISth day of JUNE, 1878, At Two for Three o'clock prompt, All those highly valuable FREEHOLD FARMS known as Caethle, Fadfa, Panfc-yr-owen, Nantcynog, Ty'n- y-cornel, Murpoeth, Erwporthor, Hafod, and Penybont, together with the Melyn Llyn Pair Lead Mine and Cot- tages, Farm Buildings, Woods, and Plantations, contain- ing in the whole an area of about 1,200 acres. The leasehold ground rents on Caethle Mill and Riverslea Villa producing ,£-11 15s. per annum, together with 7 acres of Land adjoining. 0 The Cambrian Hotel, a first-class Commercial and Family Hotel and plot of Building Land adjoining. A commodious Dwelling House, recently in the occupation of the London and Provincial Bank, situate in High- street, in Towyn. 0 Farm called Braich-yr-henllys, containing an area of 87a. lr. 6p. „ Farm called Bronftynon containing an area of 113a 3r. lip. Leasehold Ground Rents and Cottages at Bryncrug. The above compact Freehold Estate, charmingly situated one and a half miles from Towyn, and two and a half miles from Aberdovey Railway Stations, with the Cam- brian Railway running through a portion of the Estate, overlooking Cardigan Bay, commanding extensive views of the most picturesque scenery, comprises about 1,200 acres, in a ring fence. Towyn, and the district immediately surrounding it, is well known as being one of the most healthy of the towns in Wales, and the^Estate is situate in what is known to tourists as the Happy Valley." The Estate possesses advantages altogether unsurpassed as a Residential Estate of great prospective value, being beautifully studded with timber, affording a most excel- lent cover for game, whilst the trout stream of Afon Faethlon' runs through the Estate, which is intersected by good roads. A part of the Estate called Vaenol will also be offered for sale as divided into Lots for Villa Sites and Building purposes. Full particulars with plans will shortly be ready and can be obtained at the offices of the AUCTIONEER, High- street, Towyn, of Messrs. THOMAS BROOK and NEPHEW, Surveyors, 28, John William-street, Huddersfield, or of Messrs. LAYCOCK, DYSON andLAYCOCK, solicitors, Hud- dersfield. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. THE Directors of this Company are prepared to -L Receive Applications for Allotments of the Balance Unissued of their Irredeemable Five per cent Pre-prefer- ence Debenture Stock, authoiised by the Company's Act of 1877. For particulars, apply to the undersigned. GEO. LEWIS, Secretary. Company's Office, Oswestry, 9th May, 1878. 1= A BUSINESS ADDRESSES. ^ABERYSTWYTH. ~— 'J'V"'>v"V"I" SEWING MACHINES! SEWING MACHINES! GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. FEW Hand and Treadle Machines to be disposed of for nearly half price. -L Warranted in working order. One machine for Bootmakers, worth new 28 for k3 15s. Early call to secure a bargain. MACHINES ON HIRE. EVAN MORGAN, Drapery Establishment, 21. Great Darkeate-Street. AhArvstwirf.li -r" PIANOFORTES! HARMONIUMS! From 20 guineas to 150 guineas. From 4 guineas to 100 guineas. CATALOGUES POST FREE. -=- I —— FOR SALE OR HIRE, ON MODERATE TERMS, AT CATALOGUES POST FREE. I J. EVANS'S, (ORGANIST, ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH), 8, PIER-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Agent for CHAPPELL & CO.'s PRIZE MEDAL PIANOFORTE, and ALEXANDRE'S IMPROVED HARMONIUMS. NEW MUSIC HALF-PRICE. PIANOFORTES AND HARMONIUMS TUNED. ELLIS AND OWEN, ABERYSTWYTH PLAIN AND ENAMEL SLATE AND MARBLE WORKS, MANUFACTURERS of Enamelled and Plain Slate Chimney Pieces, Baths, Cisterns, Milk Coolers, 1ll. Headstones, Urinals, Mangers, Cattle Troughs, Dairy, Larder, and Wine Cellar Shelves; Window Sills, Door Steps, Hearth Stones, Flooring, Skirtings, and every description of Plain and Enamelled Slate Work. CRESTS, &c., ENAMELLED ON KEYSTONES OF CHIMNEY PIECES. Designs of every description executed to order. An Artist sent to take Views when required. Ifjj The First Prize for Slate Carving was awarded to this Firm, both at the Chester Exhibition (1866), and the Carmarthen Exhibition (1867), of the National Eisteddfod of Wales. RELIANCE HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATEiSTREET, (Opposite the Meat Market.) WILLIAM PROBIN, WORKING LAPIDARY, JEWELLER, AND SILVERSMITH, BEGS to inform the Gentry, Inhabitants, and VMtfas of Aberystwyth, that he has now on hand a well- JD selected Stock of Diamond Rings, Wedding Rings, Signet Rings, and Gem Rings. Bright and coloured Gold Jewellery, in all its branches, made upon the premises. Every article warranted. Also a large Stock of Whitby Jet and Bog Oak Ornaments. Old Gold and Silver purchased. Wholesale and Retail Dealer in New and Second-hand Plate. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1820. WILLIAM JULIAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCER, TEA, COFFEE, PROVISION AND FLOUR DEALER, 10, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. A constant supply of First-Class Australian Preserved Meats, Labrador Salmon, LobsteSS, Sardines, &c. HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS. A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S GOODS. T. POWELL & CO., MARKET-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEG tocallthe attention of Farmers to their large stock of AGRICULTURAL SEEDS, which theyofferfor Ready Money only, at the following prices :—Red Clover, 6id. and 7|d. per lb.; Cowgrass, 8d. and 9d. per lb.; Ryegrass, 3s., 4s., and 5s. per bushel; Vetches, 7s. per bushel. Alyske, Dutch, Timothy, Trefoil, Swede, Turnip, and Mangold, at equally low prices. MARCH 22, 1878. FIRE AND THIEF PROOF SAFES, SUPERIOR WROUGHT-IRON STEEL INTERSECTED, MANUFACTURED BY THE SICKER SAFE AND STRONG ROOM COMPANY, LIMITED. SOLE AGENTS FOR ABERYSTWYTH AND THE DISTRICT- M. H. DAVIS, BRIDGE STREET AND QUEEN-STREET. PORTMADOC. B v ANg AND LB ti;s, x WHOLESALE DRAPERS AND WINE MERCHANTS, PORT MADOC, BEG to inform their numerous Customers and the Public generally, that they have just returned from the ENGLISH MABKETS, where they have made unusual extensive purchases of the most FASHIONABLE GOODS in STYLE and TKXTURE in EVERY DEPARTMENT, for the COMING SEASON, and that their SHOWROOM Is Now Ready for Inspection, where an Early Visit is respectfully solicited. P s —FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF CUSTOMERS ACCOMPLISHED MILLINERS, AS WELL AS A FIRST CLASS CUTTER, ARE KEPT ON THE PREMISES. RICHARD JONES and SONS,. ENGINEERS, jplON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, QUARRY WAGGON MAKERS, &c., 'W MADOC IRONWORKS, PORTMADOC. BEG most respectfully to state, for the information of Quairv Proprietors, and the Public generally, that they are prepared to undertake the manufacture of Machinery, Quarry Waggons, &c., and they hope by good workmanship, and the Prompt Execution of all Orders entrusted to their care, to merit and retain the patronage of their Customers. LAND I ORDER Are granted by the Agent- General for South Australia, to all persons approved as Stable, who are in sound health, and have not previously resided in Australia. They must pay their own pas- sages, and proceed DIRECT to ADELAIDE, South Australia, and reside in the Colony for two years. m m if it EBnsss WARRANTS of the jDOft Value of oD £ U Forms of Application and other information may be obtained from THE AGENT-GENERAL FOR SOUTH AUSTRALIA, 8, Victoria Chambers, Westminster, London, S.W. EDUCATION BRYINARVOR IEIALL SCHOOL, TOWY.N:. PRIXCIPAL Mr. EDWIN JONES, M.R.C.P., Assisted by qualified RESIDENT MASTERS for Classics, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages. Music. &C. OB.. BRYNARVOR HALL, commodious and well- fitted, has been specially erected for the accommoda- tion and tuition of boarders. It is beautifully situated in an eminently healthy locality, with extensive playgrounds, cricket field, and gardens attached, altogether making the finest and most desirable school premises in the Princi- pality. Pupils are prepared for the various examinations con- nected with the universities and colleges, for the learned professions, banking and commercial pursuits. Classes are held in connection -with the Science and Art Department, the examinations being held in May in cacli year. The school year consists of three Terms. The SPRIXG TERM commences on the 18th instant. FOR TERMS, &c., APPLY TO THE PRINCIPAL. a ARDWYN SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. Head Master-The Rev. LLEWELYN EDWARDS, M.A., of Lincoln College, Oxford, and Graduate in Classical Honours. Second Master—J. F. TYE, Esq. Mr. Tye has recently passed the First Examination for the B.A. Degree in the University of London. Third Master-L. PROSSER, Esq., C.M., M.R.C.P. Fourth Master—W. L. HAWKINS, Esq., A.A. T E P, -%I S For Boarders.from 40 to 45 guineas per annum. Day Scholars. 6 8 The school re-opened on Monday, January 14th, 187-8. "GWELL DYSG NA GOLUD." LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL JLJ ABERYSTWYTH. Principal, Mrs. E. Marie Jones, (F. C. College, Glasgow, and wife of the Rev. E. P. Jones, M.A.,) assisted by masters and a staff of qualified English and foreign teachers. Pupils are prepared for the Local, the Civil Service and the Training Colleges Preliminary Examinations. Commodious Premises, with a Croqnet Lawn, and so situated as to enable the pupils to enjoy both sea and mountain air. The Principal devotes her whole time and individual attention to the intellectual, moral ana physical training of the pupils. A TRAINING CLASS FOR GOVERNESSES. Term BEGAN April 8th, 1878. BRIGHTON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH. PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. .LADY-PRINCIPAL—MRS. H. N. GRIMLEY, Assisted by Resident Masters and Governesses. THE Second Term for 1878 Commences on Wednesday, the 1st of May. Prospectuses may be had on application to Mrs. GRIMLEY, Brighton House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. CAERLEON HOUSE. v SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, ABERYSTWYTH. MISS TRUBSHAW informs her friends and the public that the duties of her School were RESUMED on Thursday, January 24th, 1878. The pre- sent quarter began on April 4th. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge local ex aminations. A resident French Governess. MAENGWYN GRAMMAR SCHOOL, MACHYNLLETH. Conducted by Mr. J. OWEN, late Inspector of Schools for the British and Foreign School Society, and Tutor at the Society's Training College, Swansea. THE course of study comprises the usual branches of a classical, professional, and commercial educa- tion. Pupils prepared for the universities and for the preliminary examinations of the various professions, &c., &c. Special advantages for pupils wishing to enter the University College of Wales, the Theological Colleges, or the Government Training Colleges. The methods of in- struction are the most modern and approved, and are based on thoroughly scientific principles. Terms and prospectuses may be had on application. School RE-OPENED January 22nd. SEVERN GROVE ACADEMY, LLANIDLOES. A DAY and BOARDING SCHOOL for young ladies and gentlemen. PRINCIPAL: MR. HUGH JERMAN, M.C.P., C.M. Certificated by the Society of Arts and the Science and Art Department, Prizeman and Medalist of the National and other Eisteddfodau, late seven years Master of the Well Grammar School. Modern Languages taught by a thoroughly qualified Assistant. The young ladies are in a separate apartment, under Mrs. Jerman's supervision. Pupils prepared for the University. Law, )fedical, Civil Service, College of Preceptors, and other Examina- tions. Re-union, January 21st. Prospectuses on application. DRAWING SCHOOL, PIER-STREET, ABER- YSTWYTH. FREEHAND, Model Drawing, and the Antique, on Tuesday and Friday forenoons. Painting in oil or water on Mondays, from ten till twelve. Children's classes on W ednesday and Saturday afternoons. Addi- tional classes may be formed and private lessons given, if desired.^ Particulars as to terms, &e., on application to Miss VERXOX DAVYS, Cheltenham House, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. FOUNDED IN 1812. Trustees—Rev. Canon Phillips, Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart., Thomas Bonsall, Esq., Rev. John Pugh, Vaughan Davies, Esq., and George Williams, Esq. Head Master—EDW ARD JONES, Government Science Master (in honours of the University of London, &c.) Second Master-T. JONES, Esq., prizeman, A.G.S. Third Master—T. CHARLES, Esq. Pupil Teacher—Master WILKINSON, Ditton Priors Vicarage. Salop. Out of eight candidates from this School at examinations held in connection with South Kensington, six gaintrt Queen's Prizes. One of these holds now at Cambridge a scholarship and exhibitions of the annual value of £ 130. Another a scholarship at Jesus College, Oxford, of the value of kSO a year. For a list of successes at Oxford, Cambridge, and St. David's College, Lampeter, during the last year, and for Report of the Examiners, apply to the HEAD MASTER, Jasper House, Aberystwyth. The Head Master receives a few boarders. Termsjfroia zC45 to C60. School RE-OPENS on Tuesday, the 22nd List. GUNS, RIFLES, AND REVOLVERS: BREECHLOADIXG GUNS From 5Ss ROOK AND RABBIT RIFLES From 40s. SIX-SHOT REVOLVERS From 7s* TICEHURST l CO.. Victoria Buildings, Temple Row, Birmingham. THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE. LITHOFRACTEUR. AT the recent hearing before flip i (Chancers- Uirisionj, j„ the case •' The British l),-n» inite Company v. Krel,s' 'Pnrtos. Patenteis (,f ..acteur, the 11. junction granted by Mr. Justice Frv restraining the sale and manufacture in this Countrv. was unanimously dissolved, with costs against the Plaintiff Coy. Messrs. VIVIAN & COY., Of Portmadoc, Carnarvonshire. ho have been appointed to represent Me^si-s; f „ .i Bros, and Coy., in the Principality, are eonseQu°ntlv again prepared to take orders for LITHOFRACTEUR, the most powerful of all blasting i ■ Unequalled for Safety in Use? d Whlch 18 Unequalled for Safety in Storage Unequalled for Safety in Transport. I nequa led for I reedom from Noxious Fumes I nequalled fur tetrength, Unequalled for Economy. Unequalled for General Adaptability in all eitua- tions, whether wet. drv, or totally submerged. Prices and full particulars forwarded on application.' An experienced miner sent to instruct in use, who will submit samples to any practical test desired.