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THE CAMBRIAN NEWS j'tt£rÜrndh5hitt tanbarb & JUjergsttogth Is the LEADING JOURNAL for an EXTENSIVE DISTRICT in NORTH and SOUTH WALES, INCLUDING Merionethshire, Cardiganshire, South Carnar- vonshire, and parts of other Counties. The CAMBRIAN NEWS is sold by AGENTS in the following Places:- CARDIGANSHIRE. ABERYSTWYTH (a Parliament Mr. J. Gibson, 3, Queen's-road, t-try and Municipal Borough, (Publishing Office of the a seaport, and one of the fa- Cambrian News.) vemrite watering places of the Messrs. Smith and Son, Rail- Kingdom. In the neighbour- way Bookstall. hood are a number of impor- Mr. E. Edwards, Great Dark- tant mines. The University | gate-street. College of Wales is situated here. Aberystwyth is the ter- minus of the Cambrian Rail- way, and the Manchester and Milford Railway. y ABERAERON (Watering place, "j Mr. W. Griffiths, chymist, seaport and quarter sessions >• stamp distributor and sta- town. ) tioner. BORTH Mr. Evans, Rhyd, nrPost-office BOW STREET Sold at the Station CAPEL BANGOR Mr. Blackwell, Post-Office. CARDIGAN (Assize Town, Par- "i liamentary and Municipal /Mrs. Williams, bookseller. Borough and seaport.) ) CWMYSTWYTH Mr. C. Burrill, Post-Office GOGINAN (Situate near several lead mines) Mr. P. Nicholls, Druid Inu LAMPETER (Parliamentary), Tw VirA, .„ „ borough. St. David's College Ev'™s, Medical Hall is here.) j Mr. D. Rees, draper. LLANDDEWI BREFI Mr. Thomas Jones, grocer. LLANWENOG Mr. Evan Evans LLANGEITHO Mr. Stephen Jones, picture framer. LLANILAR Mr. Jenkin Morris, draper LLANON Mr. Daniel Jones, grocer LLANRHYSTYD ROAD Stationmaster. PONTERWYD (Waterfalls and) Mr. William Claridge, Goger- lead mines ia neighbourhood) j ddan Arms. PONTRHYDYGROES Mr. T. W. Davies, Post-Office STRATA FLORIDA Mr. J. P. Richards, post-office SWYDDFYNNON Mr. Evan Jones, shopkeeper TALIESIN (Lead mines) Mr. Thomas Jones, Post-Office TALYBONT (Lead mines) Mr. John Pritchard TREGARON (A market town where large fairs are held) Mr. E. C. Evans YSTRAD Mr. W. Owen Hughes CARNARVONSHIRE. BEDDGELERT Mr. Evan Roberts, bookseller BANGOR Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, Railway Bookstall BETTWS-Y-COED Mr Robert Parry, chemist CARNARVON Mr. D. W Davies, printer and stationer. CRICCIETH (a pleasant water- Mr. Bowen, bookseller and ing place with fine mountain stationer views) DOLYDDELEN Mr. Ellis Pierce PORTMADOC (Terminus oH T1 „ r the Festiniog Railway. An I Mri Lloyd (Publishing-Office important shipping port; a t Cambrian News) growing town) J growing town) ) » Messrs. W. Smith and Son, Bookstall PWLLHELI Mr. J. T. Evans, bookseller, Church-street » Mr. W. Trevor Jones, 8, Ala Road TALYSARN Mr. David Thomas, bookseller MERIONETHSHIRE, ABERDOVEY (Seaport and Watering place) Mr. W. Williams, Caprera House ABERGANOLWYN (great slate quarries in the neighbourhood) Mr. E. Jones, Post-Office ARTHOG Mrs. Jones, Post Office as),iiiisWh™rfb»j ss«?01 BARMOUTH (one of the favour- ite watering places of Wales).. Mr. John Evans, grocer ,Glan- i) ymon House CORRIS Mr. Robert W. Evans, grocer 11 Mr. D. Ifor Jones CORWEN (a market town) Mr. T, Edmunds, printer DINAS MAWDDWY (Terminus of the Mawddwy Railway) Messrs Evans and Sons DOLGELLEY (Assize and Quar- Mr. David Davies, grocer ter Sessions held here. One of ( Mr.JR. O. Rees, chemist the head quarters of Tourists. ( Manufacture—Welsh Tweeds)^ DYFFRYN Mr. J. Roberts, Shop Isaf FESTINIOG (the great slate dis-"| Mr. Ellis Roberts, bookseller, trict of Wales. Terminus of ( Four Crosses the Festiniog Railway. A (Mr. Evan Lloyd, Sarn. very populous place) ) Mr. S. Howard, bookseller, New Market-place, Four Crosses HARLECH Mr. W. Evans. Gorfwysfa Cot- tage LLANBEDR Messrs. J. Evans and Sons LLANEGRYN Mr. Pughe, chemist LLANELLTYD Mr. T., Griffiths LLANFROTHEN Mr. J. Williams, Bryngollen LLWYNGWRIL. Mr. J. Lewis, The Mill MAENTWROG Mr. Evans PENNAL Mr. R. Humphreys PENRHYNDEUDRAETH (A populous place) Mr. A. A. Mitcherd TALSARNAU Mr. G. Williams, postmaster TOWYN ( favourite watering) Mr. J. Jenes, Post-Office place) j" Mr. Evan Newell MACHYNLLETH (market town) Mrs. C.Hughes, confectioner In the neighbourhood are )■ Penrallt-street several mmes) ) Messrs. Smith and Son, Rail- several mines) ) Messrs. Smith and Son, Rail- way Bookstall LLANBRYNMAIR Mr. Maurice Jones, Winllan NEWTOWN Messrs Phillips & Son, printers WELSHPOOL Messrs. Smith and Son, Rail. way Bookstall OSWESTRY Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Askew Roberts, Woodall, and Venables LIVERPOOL Messrs. Foulkes and Evans 16, Tithebarn-street Mr. T. Lloyd, 52, Everton-rd. LONDON Messrs. Davies and Co., No. 1 Finch Lane, Cornhill „ m £ M. Morgan, 31, Hawley Road, Kentish Town 21- Fairbank- P stirccty K&st Ro3,(1 CHESTER m £ .J- Rathburne, Roman Bath, Bridge-street CARMARTHEN Messrs. W H. Smith and Son Bookstall] LLANELLY Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Bookstall. MANCHESTER Mr. Jas Royle, 2, Old Mill-gate BIRMINGHAM Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son Great Western Bookstall LLANIDLOES Mr. J. H. Mills t, Mrs. Pierce, China-street LLANDRINDOD WELLS Mr. D. C. Davies, Bookseller HOLYWELL Mr Evans, Printer & Stationei WHITCHURCH Messrs. W. H. Smith & Son. ADVERTISEMENTS and other communications, in Welsh and English, should be sent not later thac Thursday morning to the Publishers— JACOB JONES, High-street, Bala. J. GIBSON, 3, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth or D. LLOYD, Portmadoc. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. "w" STEAM SAW MILLS, ABERYST\VYTH. R. ROBERTS and SONS, TIMBER AND SLATE MERCHANTS, HAVE JUST DISCHARGED PRIME C&fcGOES OF SPRUCE DEALS, FIRST QUALITY BALTIC RED PINE AND RED DEALS, THEY HAVE ALSO IN STOCK A LARGE QUANTITY OF WHITE AND RED FLOORING BOARDS, YELLOW PINE & PITCH PINE LOGS, & PITCH PINE FLOORING BOARDS, PLANED, TONGUED, AND GROOVED. SAWING, PLANING, MOULDING, &c., BY MACHINERY. A Number of Well-made WHEELBARROWS on Sale. F I RE WOO D. NEW DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. DANIEL THOMAS, LINEN AND WOOLLEN DRAPER, 8, LITTLE DARKGATE-STHEET, ABERYSTWYTH BEGS MOST —SI ™ D R A P E IMT BUSINESS D. T. IS DETERMINED TO SELL AL^HI^STCXnFAT^TR^LEAST POSSIBLE PROFIT FOR READY MONEY ONLY! tTOTE THE ADDRESS-8, LITTLE DARKGATE-STREET OPPOSITE THE INFIRMARY ABERYSTWYTH. RELIANCE HOUSE, GREAT BARKGATE STREET, (Opposite the Meat Market) and 7, PIER STREET. WILLIAM PROBIN, mm Flfr tLAFlIlARY' JEWELLER, AND SILVERSMITH, REGS to inform the Gentry, lnhahitants, and Visitors of Aberystwyth, that he has now on hand a well- j selected Stock of Diamond Rings, Wedding Rings, Signet Rinsr*. and Gem Rings. Bright and coloured Gold J ewellery, in all its branches, made upon the premises. Every article wwrantell. Al;o a large Stock of \Vhitby Jet and Bog Oak Ornaments. Old Gold and Silver purchased. \Vholesala md Retail Dealer in New and Second-hand Plate. ROBERT ELLIS'S QUININE DENTIFRICE, FOR WHITENING AND PRESERVING THE TEETH AND STRENGTHENING THE GUMS ROBERT ELLIS, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH (Four doors from Marine Terrace.) H. R. PUGHE, MERCER, DRAPER, HABERDASHER, &c., • 2, LITTLE DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS to mtonn the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants generally, that in consequence of the great de. pressmn of trade in the manufacturing districts, he is enabled to offer the following Articles at prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction° p a 3Gin. HORROCK S LONG CLOTH from 3s. lid. to 10s. Gel. per doz. yards. Ditto ditto 4s. lid. to 10s. 6d. ditto. A LARGE QUANTITY OF CALICO & LINEN SHEETINGS AT SUCH PRICES THAT WILL ASTONISH THEjPUBLIC. LACE AND LENO CURTAINS AT VERY LOW PRICES. FANCY DRESS MATERIALS FROM 7M. PER YARD. WHITE COLOURED SKIRTS FROM 3s. 6d. to 16s. 6d. LADIES' CLOTH AND SILK JACKETS AT HALF PRICE. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CORSETS FROM Is. 4id. LADIES' SILK UMBRELLAS IN GREAT VARIETY. LADIES' HOSIERY IN GREAT VARIETY CHILDREN'S DITTO, DITTO. LADIES' BLACK AND COLOURED KID GLOVES, Is. 9d. per pair-not to be equalled. J. & P. COATS' MACHINE COTTON-300 yards at 2d. each; 400 yards, 2Jd. do.; Ditto CROCHET COTTON in hanks 111. 9d. per dozen. REAL WELSH SHAWLS AND FLANNELS FROM THE MOCHDRE MILLS, NEWTOWN THE ONLY ESTABLISHMENT IN TOWN WHERE THE CELEBRATED FLORENCE KID GLOVES CAN BE PROCURED. All Goods marked in Plain Figures. Terms Cash. T. POWELL & CO., MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. per Ro5ebuJ> M-P™ "-1 <5 In consequence of spurious imitations of LEA & PERRINS' SAUCE, Which are calculated to deceive the Public, Lea and Perrins have adopted A NEW LABEL, bearing their signature, thus, ¿Jt/! ( Which is placed on every bottle of WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE, and without which none is genuine. e- Sold Wholesale by the Proprietors, Worcester Crosse and Blackwell, London and Export Oilmen generally. Retail, by Dealers in Sauces throughout the World. "ABSOLUTELY PURE." SEE ANALYSESSent Post Free on Application. E L L I S'S CRYSTAL SPRINGS. Las IEBI isaas ) Soda, Potass, Seltzer, lemonade, also Water Sgp [") § g T LJ 1 K I without Alkali. For ill in5! 1 l-\i GOUT, Lithia Water, and S B H B ^8 Lithia and Potass Water. si: WATERS. CORKS BRANDED 'R- ELLIS • SON, RTTTHIN,' and every label bears their Trade Mark. Sold everywhere, and wholesal., of R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, NORTH WALES. 1('=: ELLIS WILLIAMS, GREENGROCER, FRUITERER, AND LICENSED DEALER IN GAME, NEW MARKET HALL, TERRACE-ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. TO CONTRACTORS, QUARRY PROPRIETORS, BUILDERS, &0. ELLIS ~0. JONES, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN TIMBER MERCHAN WELSHPOOL, BEGS respectfully to announce that, to meet the requirements of a largely-increasing Trade, he has opened in addition to the old-established Holly Bush Yard, a New Timber Yard and Saw Mill adjoining the Cambrian Railway Station, where the following will be supplied at the lowest possible prices :— ENGLISH TIMBER. Railway Sleepers and Fencing, Telegraph Poles, Waggon Scantling, Sycamore Rollers, Felloes, Spokes Stocks Shafts, Staves, Ladders, Gates, Posts, Hurdles, Wheelbarrows, seasonedâ Coffin Boards, Oak, Ash, Elm and other Boards and Planks. FOREIGN TIMBER. Pitch Pine, sawn and hewn, Pine Planks, Red and White Deal Planks, Red and White Deal Battens, SwedeiTimber Slating Laths, Plastering Laths, seasoned Red and White Floor Boards, American Sawn Boards, Pine Red and White Deal Boards, Skirting Boards and Mouldings. BUILDING MATERIALS. Slates, Sanitary Pipes, Enamelled Chimney Pieces, Cement, Plaster Paris, Chimney Tops, Tiles, Ridges, Oven Squares, Firebricks, Pressed and Common Blue Bricks, and Paving Squares. Special Quotation for Truck Loads. Estimates given. TIMBER YARD AND SAW MILL, RAILWAY STATION, ) OTTT^T AND HOLLY BUSH YARD, BERRIEW-STREET, WELSHPOOL. SAW MILLS AT ABERYSTWYTH AND DOLGELLEY. THE GRAND NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD PRIZE MEDALS FOR GENUINE FISHING CLOTHS. HAND-MADE FLANNELS. WELSH TWEED 0 SHIRTINGS, AND CLOTH, LINSEYS At Chester in 1868, and Aberystwyth in I; >X\ were awarded to JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYRICK HOUSE, DOLGELLEY, Whose Mills have gained considerable celebrity for the Manufacture of these Articles J. M. J ones has greatly extended his business, and is now able to supply wholesale and retail, these UNRTV ATT WELSH FABRICS, which are all MANUFACTURED BY HAND UNDER HIS OWN SsnviT 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 hv English Manufacturers. Clothing made from these Welsh Tweed Cloths is worn by the Nobility and Gentry or 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 Wales ■ THE SNOWDON AND IDRIS WELSH WHITTLE SHAWLS. N.B.—Dolgell^y 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. MEYBICK JONES 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 to any ddress.