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*= — PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. The Charges for the insertion of PREPAID ADVERTISE MENTS referring to „ HOUSES TO BE LET, APARTMENTS ^E,» HOUSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO » SITUATIONS WANTED, WOUND SITUATIONS VACANT, ARTICLES LOST AND *OUND Are as follows 3 Lines (seven words to a line) Ditto, Three insertions • 4 and 5 Lines (seven words to a line; i ° Ditto, Three insertions | Q For each 'j*" tion, 4d.; when there are three msertions, or more, M. Remittances may be made in Postage Stamps; Halfpenny Stamps preferred. No Credit Advertisement is charged not less than 18 6d. =- WANTED. WAWTTfTi APPRENTICE to the GROCERY and DRAPERY taxte. *»tbe^w.lUdue^d, strong, and willing.-Apply to M. and W. WILLIAMS, Pontrhydygroes. ————————.——— FESTINIOG SCHOOL BOARD. TITAX'TFTi immediately^ a CERTIFICATED WANmTA^fr for the Festiniog Board School q ,1 vt-vjch for the last school year amounted fcS Vl of the Board. Appli- to over £ 150) *CL g fc tegtimonials, and entries on ssasft s»>«»«»26'" to JOHN CADWALADR, Clerk of the Board. Fourcrosses, Festiniog, February 3rd, 1879. FOR SALE. BRIDGE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY. A LL those 3 desirable Leasehold DWELLING- A HOUSES, now in tbe occupation of Mr. T. Griffith, Mr Kirknatrick and Mr. Robert Humphrey. Jhe greatest portion of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. Also, For Sale, a FREEHOLD HOUSE and large Garden in FREEflOLD^HOUSE in North Parade. 2 HOUSES in North-road. TO BE LET, A HOUSE in Corporation-street. A HOUSE in Llanbadarn-road. A Full Licensed INN, with Stabling. Also, for sale, a snug little Grocery and Provision SHOP. For further particulars, apply to EDW. ELLIS, at the Aberystwyth Auction Mart and Sale Rooms, 5, Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. FOR SALE, that splendid draught Colt HONEST JIM the property of Mr. A. James, Glanfraed. Honest Jim is a rich Bay Colt, rising four years old, full of good flat bone, long silky hair, great good feet, long- reaching neck, beautiful head and eye, and a thorough cart horse all over, and only requires time to make him one of the most valuable cart stallions of his day was got by Landmark, winner of £ o0 pnze at the North Cardiganshire Horse Show, held at Aberystwyth m 1874 Landmark was got by Honest Tom, winner of the Royal six times in succession. Honest Jim s dam is a bay mare, very handsome and strong. He possesses more bone than honest Jim'tookfthe first prize at Aberystwyth in 1876, and also took the prize at the same place in 1877. BLAENAU FESTINIOG. TO BE SOLD, 5-H.-P. STEAM ENGINE and BOILER, with extensive buildings. A rare oppor- tunity for any one who would undertake to manufacture soda water, &c. Possession to be had early in May. Apply to the owner, W. OWEN, P.O., Rhiwbryfdir. FOR SALE, a rising three year old CART STALLION, black, 16 hands high. Dam winner of first prizes at Lleyn and Eifionydd Agricultural Show. —Apply to Mr. HUGHES, Madryn Arms, Pwllheli. TO BE LET. '>' TO LET, a Compact, Well-Furnished HOUSE, containing sitting-room, two bedrooms, dressing- room, two kitchens, attic, &c., very complete, within two minutes' walk of the station, and five of the sea. Terms, three guineas per week.—For further particulars apply to T. and W. BUBB, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. FIRST-CLASS FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL INN. THE CRYSTAL PALACE HOTEL, situate in Queen's-road, Aberystwyth, TO BE LET and entered upon immediately. The House is in excellent re- Sair, and the business portion handsomely fitted up, 'ixtures at a valuation. -r7„i Apply to Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer and Valuer, Aberystwyth. O BE LET OR SOLD, the GLAND ARE WOOLLEN FACTORY, Aberdare. This first- class Mill is fitted with a twenty-horse power Engine, and all the requisite Machinery for carrying on a large Woollen trade. It is situate in the centre of a dense population and the goods manufactured would find a ready local sale. This is a most favourable opportunity for any one possessed of capital, and a knowledg trade. The Mill is fitted complete, and has just been put in thorough repair. If sold, a portion ? terest money could remain on mortgage j £ re^S?TTT.Mq T.«nd -For full particulars apply to Mr. WM. WILLIAMS, Land Agent, Oswestry. RONOLEU, BARM, OUSE TO LET, containing five entertaining rooms, nasture AU modern conveniences, with 10 land if required.—Apply, R. D. RICHABPS. »pO ^E LET, from Lady Day, X tial FARM of Penuwch, half way between Aber ystwyth and the Devil's Bridge. Also, the FARM of Tyllwyd, Llanfans-n, adjoining the Llanrhystyd Road Railway Station. Apply to LEWIS WILLIAMS, Esq., Abermaide. DOLGELLEY, NORTH WALES. TO BE LET, the old-established and widely-known Family and Commercial Hotel, called THE ROYAL SHIP HOTEL. The yard contains good stabling f°r horses, large coac houses, &c. m For particulars, apply to Mr. Lswis WILLIAMS, Auc- tioneer, Dolgelley. TWO VILLAS TO BE BUILT AT TOWYN. mENDERS Wanted for Bricklayers', Plasterers', _L and Slaters' Work on the above. „ Plans and specifications to be Been at Richard .Ham- mond's, Towyn, to whom sealed tenders are to be sent, endorsed Tenders for Villas," on or before Monday, the 24th day of February next. R. H. does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any tender. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS.-ARARE OPPORTUNITY. TO BE LET. one of the most desirable GRAZING FARMS in North Wales. About 500 Acres Rich Feeding permanent Pasture and Meadow Land. There are three distinct Homesteads, situate at convenient clis- tances on the lands viz., ESCUAN HALL (furnished or unfurnished), with walled Garden, Stables, Coach-house and large Farm Steading, nearly new, commanding full ▼jew of the farm and extensive sea a FRON- ESCTJAN OLD FARM HOUSE and Steading, HAULOO FARM HOOSE and Steading. All th together within a ring fence, and convenient fo 8 holding or otherwise. „ N.B.—Will be let subject to "Tenant Ri^hta for Liming, Manuring, &c„ under "The Agricultural Holdings Act of 1875," if desirable. Apply to EVAN NEWELL, Towyn, NorthWales. BLOODHOUND FOUND, on the 6th February, on the mountains near Cerrigydrudion, wearing a leather muzzle and collar Armlv to H. MICHIE, jfoaity Cottage, Bala. EVANS'S VIRION HOUSE TEMPERANCE HOTEL, FINSBURY SQUARE, Near the Market Hall, Dolgelley. TEA, COFFEE, AND CHOPS AT ANY HOUR Reduced in Price. WYNNSTAY AND THE WYNNS, a Volume a of Varieties put together by the author of Gossiping Guide to Wales richly bound in crimson cloth, f114; containing Pedigrees of the Wynn and Williams anulies-—History of the Williams-Wynns—The Wynnstay «-Unt-—List of MSS. destroyed in the fire—Anecdotes and *oems connected with the Families, &c., &c., together *ith several autotype and lithographic portraits and Pictures. „ *»* A copy sent post-free by WOOD ALL & VBNABLES, is. W) Btry, on receipt of 7s. 6d. (or, green cloth, gilt edges, *•) in stamps or otherwise. SALES BY AUCTION. SMITHFIELD. ABERYSTWYTH. 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 FOB THE SALE ON MONDAY, MARCH 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 Entry Fee for unsold lots, to meet expenses. Of SETTLEMENT ON THURSDAY AFTER SALE. WAUNFAWR, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. IMPORTANT FREEHOLD PROPERTY adjoining the high road at Waunfawr, and the entrance to Cwm- padarn Dingle, within a mile and a half of Aberystwyth, consisting of substantial new Dwelling-house with Garden, and Two Fields, in all about two acres, well suited as a building site, and securing to a purchaser a county vote, to be Sold by Auction, in one or more lots, by MR. G. T. SMITH, On TUESDAY the 18th day of FEBRUARY, 1879, At the Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon. Further particulars of Messrs. HUGH HUGHES & SONS, Solicitors, or the AUCTIONEER, Aberystwyth. PENUWCH, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MR. G. T. SMITH has been instructed by T. W. Bonsall, Esq., who is giving up the Farm, to Sell by Auction, On THURSDAY, the 27th day of FEBRUARY, 1879, The whole of the carefully-selected and valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUS- BANDRY, &c., at Penuwch. HORNED STOCK.—Pure-bred Hereford Bull, ditto short- horn Bull Calf, 7 prime short-horn Dairy Cows, 1 pure- bred Ayrshire ditto, 3 fine one-year-old Heifers, 9 Calves, 3 three-year-old Bullocks, 6 prime Fat Bullocks. HORSES.-Two very powerful Cart Mares 1 Yearling Cob, very promising; one Pony. PIGS.-Four store Pigs, 1 Yearling Sow. SHROPSHIRE-DOWN SHEEP, selected, regardless of cost, from the most celebrated flocks in the kingdom 1 four- year-old Pedigree Ram 1 two-year-old Ditto, 1 Yearling Ditto, 96 Ewes to lamb in March, 39 Yearling Ewes, 22 prime Wethers. IMPLEMENTS, &c.-Two box carts, 1 waggon, 1 harrow, 1 four-horse ditto, 1 drag ditto, 1 drill, 1 scuffler, oilcake crusher, threshing machine, winnowing ditto, chaff cutter, turnip cutter, and horse driving gear; Dairy Utensils, &c. Also a large quantity of excellent harness, and a great variety of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Penuwch is situated about four miles from Aberystwyth on the road from that town to Devil's Bridge. Luncheon at Eleven Sale at Twelve. Six months' credit on all sums above £5 on approved security. Catalogues may shortly be had of the Auctioneer. PUBLIC NOTICES. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE REBUILDING OF THE TABERNACLE, CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL, ABERYSTWYTH. THE Committee is prepared to receive tenders for the above. Plans and Specifications to be seen at Mr. Philip Williams's, Bridge-street, Aberystwyth, and tenders to be sent to the same, endorsed Tabernacle Chapel," on or before the 11ft day of March next. The committee does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender. Dated 7th February, 1879. MERIONETHSHIRE CONSTABULARY. TENDERS are invited for the supply of the police JL (numbering about 30) with clothing for the ensuing year. Forms of tender can be obtained at Chief Con- stable's Office, Dolgelley, and must be returned on or before Tuesday, 25th instant. H. H. LLOYD CLOUGH, Chief Constable. MACHYNLLETH TOWN HALL. THE office of hall keeper, with privilege of house and gas, To be Let from 12th May, 1879, for one year. Tenders for the office, which will include emoluments from stalls let on market and fair days in the ball (not including the side stalls), and the use of the weighing machine, to be sent to the Secretary OR or before the 1st April, 1879. For further particulars, apply to D. DAVIES WILLIAMS, Secretary. Also, THE Company is prepared to receive separate tenders for the letting of the tolls payable on fair days at Machynlleth for cattle, horses, and other animals sold, and for booths on the streets on market and fair days, from the 12th May, 1879, for one year. For further particulars, apply to D. DAVIES WILLIAMS, Secretary. ATHELSTAN JOHN SODEN CORBET, DECEASED. PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament, 22nd and JC 23rd Victoria, Chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the law of Property and to relieve Trustees," Notice is hereby Given that all Creditors or other persons having any Debts, Claims, or Demands against the Estate of Athelstan Jthn Soden Corbet, late of Ynysymaengwyn, in theCountyof Merioneth, and No. 7, Cromwell Crescent, South Kensington, in the County of Middlesex, Esquire, deceased, who died on the 27th day of December, 1878, and whose Will, with Codicils thereto, was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of her Maj'esty's High Court of Justice, on the 27th day of January, 1879, by Romer Williams, of No. 62, Lincoln's Inn Fields, in the County of Middlesex, and William Robert Maurice Wynne, of Peniarth, in the County of Merioneth, Esquires, the Executors therein named, are hereby required to send in the particulars of their Debts, Claims, and Demands to us, the undersigned Solicitors to the said Executors, on or before the 5th day of March next, after the expiration of which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims or demands of which the said Executors shall have had notice, and that the said Executors will not be liable for the said assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose claim or demand they shall not have had such notice as aforesaid. Dated this 5th day of February, 1879, WILLIAMS, JAMES AND WASON, 62, Lincoln's lull Fields, London, Solicitors for the said Executors. NOTICE is Hereby Given that the annual general meetings of the Portmadoc Mutual Ship Insurance and the North Wales Mutual Ship Collision Insurance Societies will be held at the News Room, Portmadoc, on Monday, the 24th day of February instant, at which meetings all owners are respectfully requested to attend. By, order, ROBT. WILLIAMS, ) Secretaries EDW. JONES, j secretaries. Portmadoc, February 11, 1879. MEETINGS. PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS. THaEuRE he a Meeting of the Members of the Sub-Branch of the R.S.P.C.A., held at • on SATURDAY, the 22nd inst., nnS"1'' forLe,noon. when, amongst other things, the question, How the Branch shoula be carried on tog the coming year," will be discussed. The Hon Sec. earnestly invites the attendance of all interested in the objects of Society, whether they sub- scnbe or not. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A BAZAAR will be held in the Summer of 1879 in aid of the Building Fund for the Erection of a New (Thurch at Penrhyncoch, m the parish of Llanbadarn Fawr. Further particulars will appear in due time. Contribu. tions in money or in kind will be gratefully received by LADY PRYSE, Gogerddan. Mrs. EVANS, Fair View Rouse. Mrs. PUGH, Llanbadarn Vicarage. RELIGION IN WALES. A SERIES of Articles on "Religion in Wales" is now being published in the Cambrian News. Apply to any of the Publishers-J. GIBSON, Aberyst- wyth, Cardiganshire; JACOB JONES, Bala, Merioneth- shire D. LLOYD, Portmadoc, Carnarvonshire; or to the Liverpool Agents, FouLKEsand EVANS, Tithebarn-street, or T.LLOYD, 52, Everton-road the Manchester Agents, Mr. JAMES ROYLE, 2, Old Millgate; or the London Agents, Messrs. DAVIES and Co., 1, Finch Lane, Cornhill; Mr. M. MORGAN, 31, Hawley-road, Kentish Town; Mr. E. EVANS, 21, Fairbank-street, East-road. A list of Agents is published in the paper. SALES BY AUCTION. 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, MARCH 3, at One o'clock. Entries and applications for terms to be sent to Mr. E. J. MORGAN, auctioneer, Penllwyn. EVENING PARTIES, BALLS, &c. S. N. COOKE Has a large assortment of- FANS, from 1/- to 21/- each. FAN GIRDLES, 6d. to 5/- each. LACE COLLARETTES, 1/6 to 12/6. Long and Short LACE MITTS. Fancy Colours in SPUN SILK HOSE, 4/11 per pair. Two-button KID GLOVES in new Shades, 2/- per pair. LACE and other Frillings for Dresses, &c., from2d. per yd. 35, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THE BEST BOOTS FOR MONEY ARE MORTON Ladies' — BROTHERS'. MORTON 3s. 9d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 4s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 5s. Od. BROTHERS'. MORTON 5s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 6s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 7s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 8s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 9s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 10s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON Gentlemen's BROTHERS'. MORTON 7s. 9d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 8s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 10s. 6d. BROTHERS'. MORTON 12s. 6d. BROTHERS'. BOYS' AND GIRLS' BOOTS OF EVERY DE SCRIPTION AT PRICES NOT SURPASSED. NOTE THE ADDRESS- 39, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET, (Oppositethe Lion Hotel,) ABERYSTWYTH. SECOND-HAND SEWING MACHINES. SPECIAL CLEAR-OUT SALE. SEWING MACHINE.—Second-hand, taken in exchange, a Penelope Hand Machine, cost 25 5s., offered for 15s.—Jones and Co. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh- street, Liverpool. SEWING MACHINE. Genuine Wheeler and S Wilson Lockstitch, nearly new, cost 27, offered for £4 cash.—Jones and Co. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE. Wheeler and Wilson k3 system cost 96, but having been taken in exchange, offered for 30s—Jones's Sewing Machine Depôt, 50, Ranelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE.-Secondhand, Shuttle, Lock- S stitch, taken in exchange, cost S3 15s., offered for 15s. cash.—Jones and Co. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE.—Second-hand Lock-stitch k3 "Dorcas," cost £5 offered for 15s. cash.—Jones's Sewing Depot, 50, Rinelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE.—Second-hand Lock-stitch, Dorcas," cost £5 5s., offered for 30s. cash.—Jones and Co. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh-atreet. SEWING MACHINE,—One No. 2 Arm Machine S for tailoring, cost B9, now quite equal to new, offered for £4 cash.-J ones's Machine Dep6t, 50, Ranelagh-street. SEWING-MACHINE.-One C Wheel Machine for k3 shoemaker, cost P,8 10s., now offered for 40s.-Jones's Machine Dep6t, 50, Ranelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE.—One Alexandra Machine S and treadle complete, cost about 27. offered for 10s. cash.—Jones's Machine Dep6t, 50. Ranelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE.—One Arm Machine, suit- kj able for tailoring, offered for 20s., as all second-hand machines must be cleared out during this week.-Jones's Sewing Machine Dep6t, 50, Ranelagh-street. SEWING MACHINE.—Second-hand, but nearly new, taken in exchange for one of Jones's Medium Machines. One Singer's Medium Machine, cost £8 10s., offered for 24.-Jones and Co. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh- street. SECOND-HAND Webster and treadle complete, ks cost .£8, offered for 40s. cash.—Jones and Co. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh-street. SPECIAL NOTICE. — As we have determined k3 never again to take in exchange, or make any allow- ance for, second-hand machines, this must be our LAST Clearance Sale, and such bargains can never be offered again. PURCHASERS have the option for one month of exchanging their purchase for any machine of our own manufacture and paying us the difference in price. JONEB.and CO. (Limited), 50, Ranelagh-street, Liverpool. MRS. E. EVANS'S DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, 8, Market-street, Aberystwyth. Hot Dinners daily at one o'clock. Roast and Boiled Joints, Chickens, Ducks, &c., always ready. Mrs. Evans begs to call attention to her Pies, Puddings, and Tarts, made daily or to order. Oyster and Veal Patties, Fruit and Preserve Tarts, Cakes, Buns, &c., fresh daily. Tea and Coffee at any hour of the day. Well-aired Beds. MR. ROBERT JONES, fARCHITECT & HOUSE AGENT, 14, Montpelier Square, Brompton, London, S.W. T>EGS to inform the Gentry,Committees, and others, that he is prepared to submit Designs, Plans, &c., for every description of work at the LOWEST CHARGES. WANTED. AGENTS ^WANTED in different parts of Meri- onethshire, Montgomeryshire, and Cardiganshire, to sell Odam's Nitro Phosphates, Bone, and Chemical Manures. APPLY TO WM. THOMAS, General Agent and Wholesale Merchant, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. Coal, Lime, Glazed and Common Drain Pipes, Ridge and Flooring Tiles, &c., sold at Wholesale Prices. ASTHMA.—COUGH—BRONCHITIS. CIGARS D E JOY GIVES INSTANTANEOUS RELIEF in the worst cases of ASTHMA, COUGH, BRONCHITIS, and SHORTNESS OF BREATH, and may be used by the most delicate patients withou the least inconvenience, as they contain no sub- stance capable of deranging the system. Price 2s. 6. per box, or seven boxes 15s., free by post •n receipt of P.O.O. to WILCOX & Co., 336, OXFORD- STREET, LONDON, and through all Chemists. None genuine nnless signed on the box E. W. WILCOX." LLYFR NEWYDD I'R IEUENCTYD, CYMWYS I'W RODDJ YN WOBR I BLANT YR YSGOLION SABBOTHOL, &c. YN AWR YN BAROD, PRIS 2d., (Anfonir Copi gydefr Post am 2!d. LLYFB TESTYNAU PREGETHAU. YN yr hwn y geUir dodi i lawr y Dydd a'r Mis, Enw y Pregethwr, Man lie traddodir y Bregeth, ynghyd a'r Testvn am y Bore, Prydnawn, a'r Nos, ar y Sabbothau am nwyddyn a haner. I'W GAEL GAN UNRHYW LYFR WERTHWR, A0 YN ABERYSTWYTH, gan Mr. Edward Edwards, Great Dark gate Street. ToWYN .Mr. Hammond, High-street. BARMOUTH .Mr. John Evans, Glanymor. DOLGELLEY .Mr. R. Oliver Rees. BALA.Miss Saunderson, and Mr. Evans, printer CORWEN .Mr. Thomas Edmunds, and Mr. Owen Roberts, Commercial House. FFESTINIOG .Mr. Ellis Roberts, Four Crosses. ABERDOVEY Mr. W* Williams, Caprera House. Aw- Dosbarthwyr yn eisiau yn mhob ardal yn Nghymru. Anfoner pob archebion, neu ymofyniadau, i THOMAS WILLIAMS, 19, Castle-street, Oswestry BUSINESS ADDRESSES. PII ArN 0 FOR T E S HARMONIUMS! From 20 guineas to 150 guineas. From 4 guineas to 100 ineas [ CATALOGUES POST FREE. I lm I CATALOGUES POST FREE FOR SALE OR HIRE, ON MODERATE TERMS, AT 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. CARLOWITZ! CARLOWITZl CHIEF DEPOT OF EISLER, BARNARD, & CO., 90, GREAT TOWER-STREET, LONDON. JOHN H. DAVIES, APOTHECARIES' HALL, TERRACE-ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, HAVING regard to the daily increasing demand for HUNGARIAN WINES in this country, has made arrangements for a regular supply of these Wines direct from the Vintages. They are bottled by the growers with the greatest care. Their purity and excellence will be at once appreciated on a trial being given. The quotations at foot include duty and all charges. Deliveries free to any part in the district where no agency is established. REDWINES. Carlowitz at 18s., 24s., and 30s. per dozen. Ofner at 20s. and 28s. per dozen. Erlau (special) at 36s. per dozen. Sparkling Carlowitz .at 48s. per dozen. WHITE WINES. Somlau at 18s. per dozen. (Edenburg at 24s. and 30s. per dozen. Ruster (Sweet) at 36s. per dozen. Ruster (Dry) at 42s. per dozen. Tokay, Imperial.) Bottled at the ( at 60s. per dozen. Tokay, Crown J Chateau. ( at 84s. per dozen. Sparkling (Edenburg at 42s. per dozen. Sparking Tokay at 54s. per dozen. (Official) Report of an inquiry of the British Government in the year 1862. printed for the House of Commons, 1862: It appears certain that the Hungarian Wine Growers do not adulterate their Wines, indeed, they are so generally good, that they would certainly be deteriorated if alcohol were added. While possessing a great resem- blance to the Wines of Burgundy and the Rhine, the better Wines of Hungary have greater body and strength, and would be more likely to suit our taste. There is probably no country in which so great a proportion of good wine is made."—P. 15. JOHN H DAVIES, APOTHECARIES' HALL, TERRACE-ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1820. WILLIAM JULIAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS-TEA, COFFEE, PROVISION AND FLOUR DEALER, 10, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. A constant supply of First-Class Australian Preserved Meats, Labrader Salmon, Lobsters, Sardines, &c. HOME-OURED BACON AND HAMS. A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S GOODS. NEW]@ LL'S -M-ILL S., TOWYN, WELSH COAST. PURE AND WHOLESOME FLOUR, a £ ADB FROM CHOICE ENGLISH AND COLONIAL WHEATS, QUPPLIEDto Consumers direct and through Agents in sealed bags or sacks of various sizes, as below, a proportionate mad uniform prices, which plan Evan Newell has adopted, and feels Bure will be found to posses very many useful qualities. Such as I-The seal is a protection and a guarantee of quality. 2.—The smaller bag are more portable. 8.—They are a great saving of time to Agents and Consumers by being easiljr and quickly handed from one to the other. 4.—Being ready weighed, they save the Agent the great loss of weighing out small quantities, and thus enable him to do away with the necessity of the usual extraordinary charge on the few shillings purchasers of Flour. 5.—The various sizes enable small and large families to suit their consumption, and have the Flour always fresh and good. 6.—It facilitates ready-money transactions. WEIGHTS OF BAGS. GROSS WEIGHT. NETT WEIGHT. CLASSIFICATION. Half- 5 Bushel Quarter. Quarter. HaJf. Sack. Lbs. Lbs. Lbs. Lbs. ( Newell's Top Brand Four 35 70 j 140 280 Newell's Household Flour 35 70 140 280 .I. Newell's Sheaf Flour 140 280 J GROSS WEIGHTS. SPECIALS: — TH R>M LBS. Lb LBS Lbs Newell's Pastry Flour — 50 100 Newell's Special Fancy Flour 50 Newell's Prepared Entire Wheat Flour 10 25 50 — Newell's Choice Oatmeal 10 25 50 — FEEDING STUFFS: Î GROSS WEIGHTS. LbB. Llss* Newell's Feeding Mixture no 220 Newell's Prepared Horse Feed 100 200 Newell's Prepared Sheep Feed 100 200 Newell's Prepared Poultry Feed 50 100 Newell's Condiment for Calves 100 200 Indian Meal 120 240 Sharps 100 200 Bran 100 Indian Corn 240 ADDRESS-MR. EVAN NEWELL. Bodtalog Mills, Towyn, WelshlCoast. GK WILLIAMS, TIMBER AND SLATE MERCHANT, TREFECHAN, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS to announce that he has just discharged the following excellent Cargo of Wood Goods, viz.:— 1st Quality Red Fir Timber (very useful for mining purposesl. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Quality Red Deals. De. Spruce Flooring Boards, Square-Jointed, and Planed, Tongued, and Æ Grooved. II Do. Red Do. Do. Do. In addition to his previous Stock of Pitch Pine, Yellow Pine, American Oak, Spruce Deals, Yellow Pine Deals, Hand and Machine-made Laths, &c., &c. PRICES ON APPLICATION. N.A-G. W, begs also to announce that he has just discharged a cargo of the best (London) Portland Cement. ( ONE OF THE BEST MEDIUMS FOR BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENTS. THE RAILWAY RECORD FOR SHROPSHIRE AND NORTH AND MID- WALES. PRICE ID. A COMPLETE record of the Railway Trains of the above-named district, and the G.W., and L. & N.W. service to most of the chief towns of the kingdom. Sold at RAILWAY STATIONS and by BOOKSELLERS. Carried in the pocket for a month and often consulted. Also kept at Hotels, &c. TEBJTS MAT BE OBTAINED OF THE PUBLISHERS, WOODALL AND VENABLES, CAXTON STEAM PRINTING WORKS, OSWESTRY. THE GOSSIPING GUIDE to Wales Contained last year OVER 5 0] PAGES of various Advertisements, Including those OF ABOUT SIXTY HOTELS, Among which were Many of the LeadingjHotels OF NORTH WALES And on the Borders; Besides those of LODGINGS AND TRADES. J Advertisements for the 1879 Edition are now received by WOODALL & VENABLES, Publishers, Oswestry. j EDUCATION. "o. BRYNARVOR SCHOOL, TOWYN. PRINCIPAL :— Mr. EDWIN JONES, M.R.C.P., Assisted by qualified RESIDENT MASTERS for Classics, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, &c. 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 each yew. The school year consists of three Terms. FOR TERMS, &c., APPLY TO THE PRINCIPAL. Duties will be RESUMED on January 20th, 1879. 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. TERMS:— For Boarders from 40 to 45 guineas per annum Day Scholars. 6 8 The next Term begins Sept. 9th, 1878. The Ardwyn School Scholarship of JE20 to be competed for at the next examination of the University College of Wales. Also a jE5 scholarship for the best boy who enters. The School re-opens on Monday, January 20th, 1879. DRAWING SCHOOL, QUEEN'S ROAD, ABER- YSTWYTH. FREEHAND, Model Drawing, and the Antique, -t- on Tuesday and Friday forenoons. Painting in oil or water on Mondays, from ten till twelve. Children's classes on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Addi- tional classes may be formed and private lessons given, if desired. Particulars as to terms, &c., on application to Miss VERNON DAVYS. Next term commences on the 13th January, at Hardwicke House, Queen's Road. 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. Terms and prospectuses may be had on application. School will RE-OPEN on Tuesday, January 21st, 1879. 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-EDWARD JONES, Government Science Master (in honours of the University of London, and First B.A.) Out of a single class in this school, at an examination held in connection with South Kensington, 6 passed, one only failing, five gained Queen's prizes for mathematics. One of these, direct from this school, was senior Optime in 1878. Another was Wrangler in 1879. Two gained Scholarships of 280 a year, tenable for 5 years, at Jesus College, Oxford; the other came out first in the first class at the Training College, Bangor. For a list of successes at Lampeter and other colleges, the preliminary examinations, the banks, &c., and for reports of examiners, apply to the HEADMASTER, Jasper House, Aberystwyth. The Headmaster receives a few boarders: Terms, 40 guineas a year; no extras. The Head Master receives a few boarders/ BRIGHTON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH. PREPARATORY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG BOYS. LADY-PRINCIP AL-MRS. H. N. GRIMLEY, Assisted by Resident Masters and Governesses. THE First Tenn for 1879 Commences on JL Tuesday, the 21st of January. Prospectuses may be had on application to Mrs. GRIMLEY, Brighton House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. "GWELL DYSG NA GOLUD." LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL JLJ ABERYSTWYTH. Principal, Mrs. E. MABIE JONES, (F. C. College, Glasgow). Pupils are prepared for the Local, the Civil Service and the Training Colleges Preliminary Examinations. Arithmetic, English Grammar, and Analysis—Rev. E. P. Jones, M.A. History, Geography, and Literature—Mrs. Jones. Latin, Bible History, and Domestic Economy—Mrs. E. Marie Jones. French Italian, and Calisthenics-Signorina Chambeaud. Geology, Botany, and Astronomy—Mrs. Jones. Music-Miss Turner and Signonna Chambeaud. Drawing, Painting, and Book-keeping—Mrs. Jones. Elocution-Mrs. E. M. Jones (late pupil of Haroourt Beatty, Prof. of Elocution at Glasgow University). A TRAINING CLASS FOR GOVERNESSES. 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. Modem 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, Medical, Civil Service, College of Preceptors, and other Examina- tions. Re-union, January 21st. Prospectuses on application. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Conducted by Mr. T. OWENS, C.M. (in honours of the London University, and late scholar of the University College of Wales). Pupils prepared for Commercial Pursuits, for the Civil Service, for the learned Professions, for the Universities and for the various Training and Theological Colleges. Special attention paid to English and Commercial Training at moderate charges. Terms may be had on application. The school opens on MONDAY, SEPT. 23rd, 1878. 16, Queen's-street, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH.—CAERLEON HOUSE. SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. PBINCIPAL-M I S S TRUBSHAW. Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign and English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge local ex aminations. Duties will pe re-commenced (DV.,) on Monday, Jan- uary 27th, 1879. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal. ORTH PRACTICAL NAVIGATION SCHOOL for Mates, Masters, and Extra Masters.—Con- ducted by J. JONES, Tymawr. CRICCIETH GRAMMAR SCHOOL, NORTH WALES. Head Master :-Rev. W. 1. FRANCIS, B.A. (Oxon), late Open Exhibitioner of Jesus College, Chaplain of Tre- madoe Church. THIS School is designed to afford a liberal educa- tion adapted to prepare pupils for the public schools and universities, and for entering upon commercial pur- suits. The Head Master receives a limited number of BOARDERS into his house. The term commences Monday, January 27th, 1879. Prospectus, &c., on application to Rev. W. I. FRANCIS, Tremadoc, N. Wales. RICHARD ELLIS, Unicorn Lane, Dolgelley, GENERAL BILL STICKER, POSTER MESSENGER, &a. Contracts may be made with Auctioneers and Publishers I NOVELTIES FOR CHRISTMAS I S: N. COOKE IS now showing a large variety of FANCY ARTICLES, suitable for CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. Also New Designs in Fancy Needlework. BASKETS, WORK-CASES, ALBUMS, Ac., &C- An allowance of 7i per cent, will be made on all Ready money Purchases for Bazaars or Fan by Hales. 35, Pier-street, ABERYSTWYTH