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-'— ———— — BUSINESS ADDRESSES. "4-.V_ YSTWYTH^ .tI IMPORTANT! If you vVant Good Boots, If you Cheap Boots, If you Strong Boots, If you ant Light Boots, Jf you ant Summer Boots, I f you vVant Fashionable Boots, If you vVant White Boots, If you "yy ant Bronze Boots, If you Men's Boots, If you Want Women's Boots, Tfyou Boys' Boots, I f you "^y ant Girls' Boots, I f you ~yy ant Children's Boots, If you "Tant Guttapercha Bottomed Boots, I f you "r ant Solid Leather Boots, If you TVant Boots that will Wear, If you ^y ant Boots that will give satisfaction, If you "yyant Boots to keep the Feet dry, I f you yyant Boots you can recommend, I f you vVant Boots repaired with Leather, If you Want Boots repaired with Guttapercha, If you yyant Boots repaired Neatly and Cheap, If you VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY, GO TO DICK'S, 1G, GREAT DAUKGATE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH DICK'S, MAENGWYN-STREET, MACHYNLLETH DICK'S, HIGH-STREET, LAMPETER DICK'S, CHURCH-STREET, BARMOUTH DICK'S, VICTORIA BUILDINGS, DOLGELLEY. SHOPS IN NEARLY EVERY TOWN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, IRELAND, AND THE CHANNEL ISLES. THE GREAT FIRE AT SPRING MILLS, LLANIDLOES. SALVAGE STOCK, £5,000. THOMAS AND JONES BEG respectfully to inform the Public at large that D they have purchased by Private Contract, at a Great Discount, the whole of the above SALVAGE STOCK from Messrs. THOMAS JONES & Co., and shall be prepared to OFFER THE SAME FOR SALE AT THE PUBLIC ROOMS, LLANIDLOES, ON SATURDAY, MAY 11, 18, AND 25, 1878, And on the Intermediate Days. THE STOCK CONSISTS OF 2,550 yds. Real Welsh Woollen Cloths, Plain and Fancy Suitings. 16,059 yds. do. White Flannels, low, medium, and Super 2^093 yds. do. Coloured ditto, Scarlet, Pink, and Blue 14*431 yds. do. Fancy Shirtings in Great Variety and Patterns 5,766 yds. do. South Wales Shirtings well known for their Durability 1,935 yds. do. Home-made or Caerphilly, well known for their Durability 2,018 Real Welsh Ready-made Shirts, in various Qualities 867 yds. do. Aproning, in various widths 1,858 yds. do. Grey Flannel (Charity Flannel) 514 yds. do. Webbs and Serges, in various qualities 759 yds. do. Blanketing, in Single and Double Widths 163 Pairs Real Welsh Stockings, Plain and Ribbed. 673 lbs. do. Stocking Yarns in various shades and qualities. 129 do. White Severn Valley Shawfe. Well 207 do. Coloured do. ( known 514 do. Fancy do. j to the 89 do. do. Shawlets. ) Public. 1,775 do. 5-4 handkerchiefs in various designs. 4*850 do. 4-4 do. do. (great variety). 527 yds.do. Remnants, plain and fancy Flannels. Weliave every confidence in recommending the above stock to the notice of the public, as the goods manufac- tured by Messrs. Thos. Jones and Co. are celebrated throughout Wales for their purity and durability. TIds Stock is not in any way damaged by fire, and only a small portion of it is slightly soiled. We therefore anticipate a speedy clearance owing to the extraordinary and unprecedentedly low prices at which we shall offer the stock. All goods marked in plain figures. Parties unable to attend the sale may have samples sent post-free. TERMS: CASH ONLY. XO SYSTEM OF CREDIT RECOGNISED. JSCa* On Saturday, May the 11th, the Cam- brian Railways Co. will issue cheap tickets from Machynlleth, Oswestry, and intermediate sta- tions to Llanidloes by ordinary trains available to re- turn on day of issue by ordinary trains, and by a special leaving Moat Lane for Machynlleth and intermediate stations at 8'15 p.m. in connection with the 7'35 p.m ordi- nary train. —The Mid wales Railway Company will also issue cheap tickets from Brecon and intermediate stations to Llanidloes available to return on day of issue by ordinary trains. SUMMER NOVELTIES.—Our Mr. Jones has, within the last few days, visited the London Market, where we have made extensive purchases of the leading novelties of the season in all the different departments, which we shall be prepared to submit for the inspection of the public at our premises in Long Bridge-street, Llanidloes. THOMAS & JONES, Wholesale and Retail Drapers, LLANIDLOES. I ===== JUST PUBLISHED. PORTRAITS OF THE LATE MYNYDDOG." CARTES-DE-VISITE Gd. and Is. each. CABINETS 2S- „ IMPERIALS 4S- „ Free by post for one extra stamp. N.B.—THE TRADE SUPPLIED. J O W E~N BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN". PORTMADOC. RJITTERTON, BILL POSTER, PORTMADOC. I Ipswich may be described as the birthplace of Chemical Manures." JOSEPH FISON & Co., IPSWICH, MA-NUFACTUREM OIF SULPHURIC ACID AND CHEMICAL' MANURES. (One of the Oldest Firms in the Trade.) I I I. I QUALtTY'j Messrs. JOSEPH FISON & Co., having established a Depot at Swansea, are now prepared to deliver their Manures free by Railway at any Station in South Wales, and the neighbouring counties. To Farmers These Manures have been found not only to produce a large yield, but also to improve the quality of the crops for W "lch they are applied, to strengthen the soil, and to benefit succeeding crops. Full particulars may be obtained tit- )n application to any of the Agents of the Firm, or to the Head Offices. To Merchants, large Farmers, and others having a connection with Farmers Messrs. Joseph Fison & Co. are prepared to appoint Agents for their Manures in districts in which they are not already represented, and gentlemen "of position and influence, who may wish for such agencies, are requested to apply by letter to the Head Offices. Early application is particularly requested, as many agencies have already been fixed in the Principality, and it s likely that the whole district will soon be fully occupied. WORKS: IPSWICH AND BRAMFORD. HEAD OFFICES: EASTERN UNION MILLS, IPSWICH. N.B.-I-No SUB-Agents are appointed, but all Agents being in direct communication with the Firm, order received throughthem will have the same attention as if handed to theprincipals. t DEVIL'S BRIDGE HOTEL AND WATERFALLS. THE DEVIL S BRIDGE HOTEL AND WATERFALLS, with the sur- -L rounding scenery, have been so well and completely set forth in guide books to Wales that no further attempt at description is here necessary. The Hotel has recently passed under new management, and will now be found a cheap, healthy, and desirable Residence. Special arrangements will be made with families staying for a week or upwards. Carriages run from Aberystwyth Daily. Tickets to view the Falls, which front the Hotel, are issued at the bar at Is. each. Visitors may ramble about the pleasant district, or they may hire horses and carriages at the Hotel, and drive to more distant places of interest in the neigh- bourhood such as Parson's Bridge (two miles); Ponterwyd (three miles); Hafod Church, to see the Marble Monument by Chantrey to the memory of Miss Johnes (five miles) Plinlimon Mountain (nine miles), the highest peak is 2,463 feet; Strata Florida Abbey Ruins (eight miles), and other places. GOOD STABLING. POST HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOR HIRE. 2, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, APRIL 20TH, 1878: HUGH R. PUGHE, BEGS to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and its vicinity,5 that he has opened the above old established premises (lately in the occupation of Mr. J. P. Jones, deceased) with a CHOICE SELECTION OF DRAPERY GOODS, THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN MOONSHINE, RAINBOW, AND SILK TRIMMINGS, FRINGES, RIBBONS, AND EVERY ARTICLE IN THE DRAPERY TRADE. RESPECTFULLY SOLICITING YOUR KIND SUPPORT AND PATRONAGE. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. At Chester in 1868, and Aberystwyth in !h'G5. were awarded to THE GRAND NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD PRIZE MEDALS FOR GENUINE FISHING CLOTHS. HAND-MADE FLANNELS. WELSH TWEED SHIRTINGS, AND CLOTH, LINSEYS. JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYRICK HOUSE, DOLGELLEY, Whose Mills have gained considerable celebrity for the Manufacture of these Articles. J. M. Jones has greatly extended his business, and is now able to supply wholesale and retail, these UNRIVALLED WELSH FABRICS, which are all MANUFACTURED BY HAND UNDER HIS OWN PERSONAL SUPERINTENDENCE, and can be warranted made of the PICK OF THE PURE MOUNTAIN WOOLS, and free from any admixture and at prices far below those charged for inferior articles usually sold as "Welsh" by English Manufacturers. Clothing made from these Welsh Tweed Cloths is worn by the Nobility, and Gentry for Shooting, Fishing, Cricketing, Travelling, &c., and is always found to be very durable. Wholesale and Retail Orders executed on the shortest notice. Cash or references expected with all new orders. Patronized by Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, the Clergy, Nobility, and Gentry of England .:and IVales THE SNOWDON AND IDRIS WELSH WHITTLE SHAWLS. N.B.—Dolgelley being the Termini of two Branches of Railways, there is every convenience to send any article ordered without delay to any part of the kingdon, and at very reasonable charges. CAUTION.—Mr. J. LvfEyizrcK JOSES regrets that he should have occasion, to caution his friends against the practices of certain unprincipled persons, who have sent spurious patterns to several of his customers, professing to be Welsh Tweeds and Flannels. Patterns of the genuine hand-loom Welsh Webs, Welsh Tweeds, Flannels, and Linseys can be insured on application to Mr. J. M. JONES, Manufacturer, Dolgelley. Patterns sent post free toany ddress. OES Y BYD A I'R IAITH GYMRAEG. EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOL MALDWYN, 1878. CYNHELIR YR EISTEDDFOD UCHOD ELENI YN LLANBRYNMAIR, MEDI 6ed, 1878, Pryd y Gwobrwyir yr Ymgeiswyr Buddugol mown Barddoniaeth, Rliyddiaeth, Cerddoriaeth, &c. L L Y W Y D D I O N — SYR W. W. WYNN, BARWNIG, A.S.; SYR JOHN CONROY, BARWNIG DAVID HOWELL, Ysw. BEIRNIAID BARDDONI.AETH.-Tanymarian, Derwenog, Gutyn Padarn, a Nicola. TRAETHODAU.—Nicola, Quellyn, ac S.R. CERDDORIAETH.—Eos Morlais a Tanymarian. Ceir Rhestr o'r Testynau ond anfon ljc. mewn stamps i'r Ysgrifenyddion, JOHN EDWARDS, Post Office, Llanbrynmair, JOHN WILLIAMS, Bryn Derwen, Llanbrynmair. EDE'S, EDE'S, EDE'S, The Cheap Provision Merchant of Aberystwyth, HA S taken the large premises known as JLL MADOC HOUSE, PORTMADOC, where he in- tends to sell all kinds GROCERY and PROVISIONS of the very Best Quality, at the Lowest Possible Prices, Wholesale and Retail. BACON, prime quality, 6d. per. lb.; do. Cumberland' cut, 6id. good American, 4d.; shoulders (Alkington Patent), best quality, iUd^ and 6id.; Atkinson's patent mild-cured hams, 6.W. and 7?rd. 2 Finest American CHEESE, 83d. per lb. 2 BEEF, in 2-lb. tins—Best quality, 6Jd. per lb. 2 MUTTON, do. do. do. nd. „ Finest Welsh BUTTER, Is. 4d. per lb.; two pounds, 2s. Gd. Good Salt do. Is. 2d. per lb. SWEETS IN EVERY VARIETY, FROM 6D. PER LB. One pound and a-half of Lump Sugar and a quarter of a pound of Excellent Tea for One Shilling. BISCUITS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FROM 4D. A POUND, 100 Pounds of Splendid Irish Rock Potatoes, for 6s. 9d. A LOT OF SEED POTATOES, 100 POUNDS, 7s. 9d. The Business, carried on as usual, at- 12, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH, AND BLAENAU FFESTINIOG. Any of the above Goods will be carefully packed and forwarded to any address on receipt of P.O.O. to EDE'S NEW SHOP, PORTMADOC. I SECOND HAND MACHINERY DEPOT. NOTICE To Mine and Quarry Proprietors, Agents, &c. McILQUHAM, MACHINE BROKER, ABERYST- WYTH, HAS always Mine and Quarry Plant and Machinery for sale, and is opcn at all times either to purchase or sell the same on commission. Wanted wrought scrap iron, condemned hemp and Manilla ropes, metal, &c. Now on sale- Waterwheels, 2, 30ft. x 3ft. breast; price, £ 70 each, where they stand in Carnarvon- shire. 1, 60ft. x 3ft. breast; price, £150. 1, 18ft. x 3ft. breast; quite new, price £40, as it stands in Carnarvonshire. A large quan- tity of good second hand India Rubber Strapping. 50 tons new Bridge Rails from S 14 up to i3 lbs, at Z6 10s. per ton, in not less than 2 ton lots, nett cash, in truck at Aber- ystwyth. A quantity of air pipes, steel borers, miners tools,, &c., &c. Several good second hand Steam Engines, Boilers, &c., Ac. Draining Machine. POTATOES AT PORTMADOC. FRENCH,WHITE ROCKS. 7s. PERCWT. JERSEY BLUES 9s. 11 Quantities of 3 tons and upwards at greatly reduced prices. Apply to RICHARD JONES, Merchant, Portmadoc; Captain LEWIS, on board the "Swallow," Portmadoc; or to J. JONES, Tymawr, Borth. 23rd and 24th of Victoria, Cap. 68. ENERAL STATEMENTS of the RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE on Account of the HIGHWAYS of Each Parish Townshin Kro ;T> TV + • F f UPPEK W Signed by H. C. FRYER, Chairman. Length of BECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. Names of Highways. Balance Rates or Other Balance j Labour llVades- Other T + I Parishes, Townships, &c. in hand Assess- Re- Total Overspent including Team Materials men's Salaries. Pay- Exnen- longs. 1877 me C61P ReCeiptS- \^h' Labour Bills. ments. diture. In Over- fLL Hand. spent. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d £ s d P « rl f a rl P a ri ~o j 7 i 7. 7~~ Ceulanmaesmawr 31 0 0 31 0 0 1 9 2 18 17 6 3 8 0 2 6 0* 1 6 6 18 0 6 5 33 6 7 I S' 2 7 Cyfoethybremn 48 0 0 48 0 0 2 14 7J 26 18 10 2 14 0 6 6 0 3 310 9 2 6 5 49 4i ? 19 li Cynnullmawr 46 0 0 46 0 0 1 12 7i 27 0 10 £ 1 10 6 6 17 6 9 12 2 6 5 47 0 ]" 1 0 ? glen* 176 13 00 14 76 892 170 70 162 10 2 4 11 19 19 J 1 7 o 1 ° 1 Henllys 4 4 1\ 48 0 0 52 4 22 2 O^U 16 0 5 16 6 8 7 4 6 5 8 L 16 4 Llancynfelyn 50 0 0 50 0 0 2 11 9 21 16 9 7 14 0 6 18 0 10 0 10 6 5 49 7 f 19 Ysguborycoed 6 36 0 0 36 6 O^j 18 5 8 7 12 0 2 8 0 16 0 9 12 4 6 5 39 0 5 2 14 4 £ 5 18 2 272 0 0 277 18 2 8 8 2 1143 10 10 36 1 6 30 19 01~7l57 10 0 2 3 5 279 15 2~^ 5 16 l ~77z~7 23rd and 24th of Victoria, Cap. 68. ~™■— /"2J_ENERAL STATEMENTS of the RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE on Account of the HIGHWAYS of each P irisli Townshin &c in flip D'atr? t IJT LOWER YSTWYTH, in the County of CARDIGAN, for the year ending 25th March, 1878, as audited by the Highway BoS forTul Transmitted by HUGH HUGHES, Clerk to the Highway Board, residing at Aberystwyth. Signed by VAUGHAN DA VIES, Chairman. J RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. vr r Ili'diwavs Balance! Balance Manual Balance March, ,°5irfSgrTr ^et*v—5=— Miks- £ S. ■ Bill,. sakr"»- EXS rnHari. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ 3. d.i £ s d £ d £ d £ s rl I a p j n 7~ Llanddeinol 7 2 8 6" 20 0 0 22 8 6 0 0 0 18 3 6 0 0 0 0 17 6 0 0 0 3 12 3 0 5 1 22 is 4* n o in Llangwyryfon 19 0 5 3j! 52 0 0 52 5 3 £ 0 0 0 35 14 0 2 0 6 4 1 0 4 5 6 6 1 11 0 5 1 52 s n o o Llanilar 22 3 7 2i: 116 0 0 119 7 0 0 0 74 9 3 7 3 018 3 012 14 1010 13 8 0 5 111 s l2 2 ? S Llanrhystyd Haminiog 17 j 0 18 11 72 0 0 72 18 11 0 0 0 52 14 0 1 0 3, 3 10 21 0 0 0 7 15 6 0 5 1 65 I n 7 is n n n n Llanrhystyd Mevenydd 13 6 4 10i 40 0 0 46 4 10| 0 0 0 24 18 0 0 15 6 3 7 4i 0 15 0 8 6 5 0 5 1 38 7 4 7 17 ri n o n Llanychaiarn 8 0 0 0 60 0 0 60 0 0 2 3 6J 44 9 0 1 0 011 4 6! 0 0 0 9 14 2 0 5 1 68 16 i ? 7 1 2 i2 Rhostie _J_ 0 0 0 20 0 0 20 0 0 2 13 6| 9 13 9 0 0 o| 2 4 6| 0 6 6 1 6 1 0 5 0 16 9 § 3 W 71 0 0 <? 50 13 4 9ji 380 0 0 393 4 9| 4 17 Og '260 1 611 19 3^^ TsTTq 387~lT^ V 23rd and 24th of Victoria, Cap. 68. P ENERAL STATEMENTS of the RECEIPTS and EXPENDITURE on Account of the HIGHWAYS of Each Parish Townshir, &r in tho ♦ t br UPPER YSTWYTH, m the County of Cardigan for the year ending 25th March, 1878, as Audited by the Highway Board for such District. transmitted by HUGH HUGHES, Clerk to the Highway Board, residing at Aberystwyth. Signed by VAUGHAN DAVIES, Chairman. T RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. Names of of Hkhwars Balance i5 a lance Manual 1 Balance, March, ^ames 01. 01 xiignways. Pates or Other m.ol Over- Labour, rp Trades-1 nfhpr Total 1070 Parishes, lownships, &c. mS' Assess" ?e" Rece pts Spent' including Labour men's Salaries. Pay" Expendi Miles. F™- 1877 ments. ceipts. ItecelPts" March, Contract Labour- lals" Bills.) meJte ture- In Hand. 0ver; longs. lo77. Work. spent. B. d. £ s.d. £ s. d. £ s. d.■ £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. T'lTT~7"i £ s d~T~q"T Llanavan 11 5 12 1 44 0 0 49 12 1 83 17 10 9 19 0 7 0 0 0 4 II 3 12 10 0 4 6 54 18 3* *5 fi' 2 Llanbadarn Upper 10 1 6 1J 50 0 0 51 6 1| 36 16 3 0 7 6' 4 8 9 2 12 9 8 18 0 0 4 6 53 7 9 9 1 73 Llanbadarn Lower 20 14 1 4g 80 0 0 94 1 4| 63 7 0 1 14 0 17 9 6 0 19 213 6 100 4 6 97 1 n 9 -iq Llanfihangel Upper 32 3 4 85 0 0 88 4 lli 52 15 5 13 6 14 11 2 5 16 5! 8 18 0 0 4 6 87 18 8* 0 6 2? Llanfihangel Lower 21 5 13 4^ 130 0 0 135 13 4| 71 7 3 1 5 6 60 19 9 7 7^2 14 0 0 4 6 146 18 7 11 5 2i 94 29 17 11 389 0 0 418 17 11 258 3 5^18 19 6104 9 2 10 0 0 47 9 8 1 2 6 440 4 3^. 0 6 2| 21 12 7| 23rd and 24th of Victoria, Cap. 68. GENERAL STATEMENTS of the RECEIPTS and EXPENDITLRE on Account of the HIGHWAYS of each Parish Township, &c. in the District of LOWER GENEU'RGLYN, in the Coui^y of CARDIGAN, for the year ending 25th March, 1878, as audited by the Highway Board for such District. Transmitted by HUGH HUGHES, Clerk to the Highway Board, residing at Aberystwyth. • Signed by JOHN PAULL, Chairman. T M „F RECEIPTS. J EXPENDITURE. BAS^MARCHR ,T Highways Balance T? n,. Balance Manual 1878. Names of ° Wy< ;in hand,J^ates or °^her .p., overspent, .La1bo"r' „ {Trades- Other Total Parishes, Townships, &c. March, Assess' ?e" lo^ai March deluding Team Materials men's Salaries. Pay- Expendi- In Over- Miles. ,Fur- 1877. Iments- celPts- ReceiPts- 1877.' contract Labour. Bills. ments- ture. Hand. spent. longs. work. e -1-1-1- £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d £ s. dj £ s. d. £ s d £ sd £ sd Broncastellan 1 4 |0 0 0 14 10 0 14 10 0 0 3 2| 8 3 2) 1 13 0! 1 2 0 2 1 10 0 4 7 13 7 1 2 94 Clarach 5 ;0 0 0 32 0 0 32 0 0 2 1 1 15 16 3 2 16 0| 2 2 6 |o 5 6 5 12 10 0 17 1 29 11 3^ 2 8 9 Cwmrheidol 17 |1 6 9 39 0 0 40 6 9 22 15 0 2 18 6 6 12 0 6 12 4 1 0 9 39 18 7 0 8 2 Issayndre 1 |2 12 5 13 0 0 15 12 5 5 10 5180126 4 13 4*0 4 7 12 18 10 M Melindwr 10 0 8 1 38 0 0 38 8 1 15 0 Oi 4 15 0 6 7 3 6 4 8 0 4 7 3'' 11 6 5 111 7 Parcel Canol 14 ,0 7 63 0 0 63 7 6.V 35 8 9 8 10 6 9 13 4il 15 2 7 0 0 5 1 9 67 9 6l 4 2 0 Treveirig 19 0 8 10^107 0 0 107 8 10;^ 55 11 2 7 2 6 27 0 7 1 19 2 7 0 0 5 17 6J;104 10 llX 2 17 ll1 Tyrymynach 10 ,0 2 2 34 0 0 34 2 2 20 3 9 0 7 0' 786 3 2 4' 1 5 if 32 6 8^ 1 15 5 V Uchayndre 1 2 il 13 10^ 13 0 0 14 13 10^ 9 3 8 0 3 6 0 19 0 3 2 2 0 4 72 13 1° 112 1 0 11 + Vaenor Upper 4 il 0 0| 24 0 0 25 0 0| 14 9 8 0 7 0| 0 12 9 5 16 8 0 4 7 21 10 8 3 9 4I Vaenor Lower 5 1 2 9i 20 0 0 21 2 (JJ 10 0 10t 1 8 oj 1 18 9 6 4 8; 1 17 1 21 9 4 0 6 6J 87 6 9 2 6^397 10 Oi '406 12 G.k 2 4 3^212 2 8[Sl 9 IQ 1017"^3^2~nj TT" I MEETINGS.^ UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. A GRAND FANCY BAZAAR WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 20, and 21, in the EXAMINATION HALL OF THE COLLEGE UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF LADY PRYSE, of Gogerddan, and Mrs. L. PUGH PUGH, of Abermaide. I The proceeds will be applied towards bthe purchase of AN ORGAN FOR THE COLLEGE. Contributions, in money or work, will be gratefully re- ceived by the following ladies, who will preside at the stalls :-Alrs. EDWARDS, Mrs. GRIM LEY, Mrs. PAlmy, Mrs. ETHE, Mrs. E. P. JONES, Ladies' Collegiate School, Miss ANNIE WILLIAMS, Miss HATTIE DAVIES, and the FEMALE STUDENTS OF MUSIC. There will also be a Refreshment Stall. "Tan nawdd Duw a'i "Y gwir yn erbyn y dangnef." byd." "Iesu na'd gamwaith." t "Calon wrth galon." A laddo a leddir." Duw, a phob daioni." THE BIRKENHEAD ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD, CADAIR ARTHUR, A GORSEDD BEIRDD YNYS PRYDAIN, SEPTEMBER 17, 18, 19, & 20, 1878. "VTEARLY £ 1,000 will be given in prizes. The -LN Compositions to be sent in by August 1st; the names of candidates for Degrees, Examinations, and Musical Competitions, by the 20th August. A Complete and Revised List of the Subjects for Competition may be had, on receipt of two penny postage stamps, from the Secretaries, namely— OWEN JONES, General Secretary, Birkenhead. GWILYM ALLTWEN, Literary Secretary, Birkenhead. TREGARON CHURCH. A BAZAAR In aid of the Restoration Fund of the above Church will be held on AUGUST 29TH AND 30TH, AT J ABERYSTWYTH. Contributions will be gratefully received by Col. POWELL and Major PHELP, of Nanteos, and by Mrs. DAVIES, The Vicarage, Tregaron. CAMBRIAN HOTEL, BORTH. SEASIDE RESORT. THIS commodious Hotel, which commands the finest Sea View and Safest and Most Extensive Beach in the kingdom, will be RE-OPENED on the 1ST JUNE next, after having undergone thorough repair and decoration, and been re-furnished by that eminent firm, Messrs. E. and J. Jones, Cabinet Makers and Up- holsterers, of Oswestry. All communications to be addressed to the MANAGER. CAM B III ANIIA^LWTVY S. TOURIST ARRANGEMENTS, 1878. FIRST, Second, and Third Class TOURIST TICKETS, available for tivo months, will be issued from May 1st to the 31st October. 1878. For particulars see Time Tables and Tourist pro- grammes issued by the Company. HENRY CATTLE, Traffic Manager. Oswestry, May 1st, 1878. UN FIR E OFFICE, LONDON ESTABLISHED 1710. HENRYF. SHAW LEFEVRE, Esq., Chairman and Treasurer. FRANCIS B. RELTON, Esq., Secretary. Total Sum insured in 1877. £ 254,303,817. Claims paid during the last ten years upwards of Two MILLIONS STERLING. All information respecting Fire Insurances may be ob tained from any of the undermentioned Agents of the I Society. Agents:- ABERYSTWYTH Messrs Hugh Hughes and Son. ABERAERON Mr Barrett P. Jordan. ABERDOYEY Mr Richard Davies. BARMOUTH Mr Francis C. Rawlings. BRYNTIIHON, BALA Mr Jorwerth Jones. CARDIGAN Mr R. R. Storey. DOLGELLEY Mr Thomas P. Jones-Parry. LLANDYSSIL Mr John D. Thomas. NEW QUAY Mr John Owen Davies. TALSARN Mr. Jenkin James. FLOUR PURE AND WHOLESOME. I I I I READY IN A FEW DAYS. rJ-OKSTPT'N'n- Is S°W by Messrs. W. H. SMITH & SONS, and other booksellers in vari- Has the Is. 6d. ous parts of the Kingdom, (in which largest cir- (iTTTTIV it is distributed, by the London dilation of any Xi/XJ publishers, Messrs. HonnKR Welsh Guide Book, 2s. 6d. and STOUGHTON), as well as and pronounced by many rjn A on the tourist routes and newspapers to be the best. J- V/ in the watering places 0 f An admirable medium for all 5s. North and Mid Wales, kinds of advertisements,and eon- \\T A 1 VU Illustrat ed tains those of most of the chief with maps hotels in North Wales. &c. WOODALL AND VENABLES, OSWESTPY. I PUBLIC NOTICES TO CONTRACTOLIS AND IKON FOU-NDERS. ABERYSTWYTH RURAL SANITARY AUTHORITY. BORTH WATER SUPPLY. mHE Parochial Committee for Borth, acting under • the above authority, invite Tenders for the Construe- o Sa ,6 'ice Reservoir and the Laying of about- 2,000 yards of 3-in. cast-iron Water Mains, and about 950 yards of 2-in. ditto, with sluice, stop-cocks, and hydrants; also about 1,000 yards of 4-in. and G-in. earthenware con- duits, with other works in connection therewith. Plans, Sections, Specifications, &c., to be seen at the Office of Mr. J. E. Thomas, Sanitary Engineer and Sur- veyor, Alfred Place, Aberystwyth. Sealed Tenders (endorsed Borth Water Supply,) to be sent in not later than the 24th inst., addressed to Mr. A. Ll. Lewis, Chairman of the Parochial Committee, P.O. Borth, Cardiganshire. » The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the I lowest or any Tender. By order of the Committee, 1 DAVID JONES, 13th May, 1878. Inspector and Acting Clerk. DOLGELLEY UNION. t OTICE is Hereby Given that the Guardians of the above Union are prepared to Receive TENDERS I for Printing the List of Persons in Receipt of Relief from the Common Fund of the Union. Particulars may be had from me the undersigned 011 application. By order, JOSEPH ROBERTS, Clerk to the Board. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. LLANYCHAIARN CHURCH, NEAR ABERYST. WYTH. THE Committee are desirous to obtain Tenders for JL re-building the church in accordance with the draw- ings and specification which may be seen upon application to the Rev. David Jenkins, vicar, and any further par* ticulars required may be obtained from A. Ritchie. Esq., architect, Chester. Tenders to be delivered to the Rev. David Jenkins, at Llanychaiarn, on or before Saturday, the 25th of May. The Committee will not necessarily accept the lowest or any tender, neither will they be responsible for any ex- pense incurred in the preparation of tenders. Llanychaiarn, 26th April, 1878. TO CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS. < "\r0W Landing, an excellent cargo of PITCH -AAI PINE, ex Glanalvon, from Darien.—Carefully selected June, 1877. A Cargo of FLOOR BOARDS, planed and square- 1 I jointed. Very clean and well manufactured. Worthy of F inspection.—June, 1877. j Per Martha": SQUARE TIMBER, RED DEALS, AND BAT- TENS. Very long lengths the usual widths, 4, 3, and 2 inches thick. A choice cargo.—Juiy, 1877. } SEVERAL CARGOES EXPECTED TO ARRIVE. t WINDOWS, DOORS, all sorts of MOULDINGS, I Angle Beads, &c., manufactured on the premises. ) JONES AND GRIFFITHS, ABERDOVEY, YNYSLAS, AND MACHYNLLETH. J63T Orders ta be sent to Aberdovey. Saw Millsat j Ynyslas. October, 1877. j ?flff^^irxl=^jir~xirsTR=A L i Z I U ESTABLISHED 1837. Paid-up Capital, £ 1,250,000. Reserve Fund, £ 450 000 HEAD OFFICE— 1, BANK-BUILDINGS, LOTHBURY, LONDON". HEAD OFFICE- 1, BANK-BUILDINGS, LOTHBURY, LONDON". LETTERS OF CREDIT and BILLS ON DEMAND, or at thirty days' sight are granted on the Bank's Branches, as follows :— In VICTORIA. Melbourne, Sandhurst Bendigo), Rochester, Daylesford, Tarnagulla, Alexandra, Gee- long, Ballarat bmythesdale, Clunes, Stawell, (Plea- sant Creek), Maryborough, Portland. In NEW SOUTH WALES.-Sydney, Deniliquin, Hay, WaggaWagga. i In QUEPNSLAND.-Brist)ane, Rockhampton. In SOUTH AUSTRAT, IA. -Adelaide, Port Adelaide. In TASMANIA ( V(C)b Dic;)zrn's La)td).-Hobart Town, Oatlands, Launceston, Latrobe. In NEW ZEALAND -A,ckland, GraliamstovN-n (Thames I Gold Fields), Hamilton, (Waikato), Wellington Napier,^ Waipukurau, Ahuriri, Port Ahuriri (Hawke's Bay) Gisborne (Poverty Bay), Nelson, Hokitika, Greymoutli, Ross, Waimea, Kumara. (Westland) Christchurch, Lyttelton, Timaru, Ashburton, Rangiora, Southbridge,Waimate (Canter- bury): Dunedin, Omaru, Invercargill (Otago).. BILLS ON THE COLONIES are negotiated and sent for collection. DEPOSITS ARE RECEIVED, at notice and for fixed periods, on terms which may be ascertained on application. W. R. IEWBURN, Manager. 1, Bank Buildings, Lothbury, London, E.C. I