WEBBS' ANNUAL CATALOGUE OF FARM SEEDS (issued by the well known seedsmen of Wordsley, Stourbridge,) is again to hand. It is a very handy book, seeing that it gives informa- tion as to the soils for which the various seeds are suited. This, With a price list, and other particulars, make the catalogue par- ticularly useful. It is illustrated, and accompanied by a convenient sheet for ordering Messrs. Webb's well known seeds. WEATHER FORECASTS.—At the last annual meeting of the Royal Agricultural Society, a letter was read frorn Mr. D. Reynolds Davies, of Agden Hall, Lymm, as to the circulation of weather forecasts, especially during the hay and corn harvest. He says—"The forecasts were despatched daily (Sunday ex- cepted) from the London office between 4 and 5 o'clock p.rr. to our nearest post-office—Lymm—distant abont three miles irom ay residence, and they usually reached me about 5 45 p.m., by a messenger who travelled on a velocipede. First a copy of the telegram was retained and posted at the Lymm Post-office (Lymm being a village with a considerable population), then over a district letter-box on the highway from Warrington to Manchester, and at the meeting of cross-roads 2,1,- miles from Lymm. I had a small box with glass face, under lock and key affixed over the letter-box, where the messenger deposited another copy of the telegram on his way here. This was ag-in repeated two miles further, on the same highway, and the meet- ing of cross roads in the village of Bollington, over the letter-hox there. A copy from here was again posted a mile off in another direction. By this means a tolerably wide circulation was ob- tained, most acceptable to my neighbours, and for which I was repeatedly thanked. The N.W. "district, over which these Forecasts are made, covers a very large farea, from Cumberland over Lancashire, Cheshire, and part of North Wales, and this considered, their extreme average accuracy is the more re- markable and in view of their practical utility, I should be glad if by means of increased grants the operations of the de- Partment could be enlarged by an additional number of stations for observation, so as to secure even better results for the infor- mation of agriculturists and others."
EDUCATION. At the last council meeting of the lcoyal Agricultural society the following' amended regulations as to the Society's Junior Scholarshios were adopted:— I.-In addition to the present examinations of advapced students, a more elementary examination is held annually in November by the Royal Agricultural Society. II —Ten scholarships of 420 each are offered on condition that the scholar remain at school unill the end of the summer term in the following year, or spend the ensuing year with a practical agriculturist, to be approved hy the Education Com- mittee, or at one of the Agricultural Colleges—such as Ciren- cester, Glasnevin, or the Agricultural Department at Edinburgh -,or partly at a school aizd partly with a practical agriculturist or at an Agricultural College. [Note.-In the event of tne scholar proceeding to Cirencester, he will be entitled to compete for one of the Three Middle-class Scholarships, given by the Council of the Agricultural College, of the value of LSO per annum, tenable for two years.] III.—The Scholarship for any year will not be paid until after a testimonial as to good conduct and industry he produced, after the expiration of that year, from the head-master of the School, principal of the College, or the practical farmer with whom the Scholar has complied with the preceding regulation. IV.—Candidates for the Scholarships must be between four- teen and eighteen years of age. V.—Candidates still at school can only be entered for these scholarships by the head-masters of their respective schools. Other candidates must satisfy the Education Committee of their fitness to compete by sending certificates of education, or of their having- passed any examinations in connection with the Science and Art Department, or of any University in the United Kingdom. VI.—Any head-master intending to enter candidates for these scholarships, and any candidate intending to enter himself, must inform the Secretary of the Royal Agricultural Society of his intention to do so, on or before the 1st of October in each year. All entries must be made on or before October 15th; and these final entries must give the Christian and surname as well as the date of birth of each candidate entered. VII. Annual Examinations will be held in the month of November simultaneously at such Schools as have Candidates, and at the Society's Rooms, 12, Hanover Square, London, W. and the Scholarships wi!l be awarded to the boys who obtain the highest aggregate number of marks. VIII.—The subjects for examination for the Scholarships will be ;-1. Land Surveying. 2. Elementary Mechanics, as applied to Agriculture. 3. Chemistry, as applied to Agri-1 culture. 4. Trie Principles of Agriculture, especially with1 reference to the Rotation of Crops, the Nutrition of Plants and Animals, and the Mechanical Cultivation of the Soil. IX.—For the conduct of the examination at each School having Candidates, a Local Secretary will be appointed by the Royal Agricultural Society. Sealed packets of the examination papers will be sent to the Local Secret,! ry; these packets will be opened and distributed to the Candidates in his presence, or in the presence of some one specially deputed by him. During the time the papers are being answered there will be present the Lecal Secretary or his deputy, who will, at the end of the time appointed by the examiner for answering, collect the papers, seal them in packets, and forward them to the Secretary of the Royal Agricultural Society. X.—This scheme does not interfere with the Royal Agri- cultural Society's Senior Examinations, which are also in operation.
SPORT. BANGOR (FLINTSHIRE) STEEPLE CHASES.—The date of this meeting has been altered from the 2nd of April to Friday, the 16th. The entries will close at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Ruibon. on Monday, April 12. Mr. Henry George, Clerk to the Severn ard of Con- servators, has issued a caution to those fishing with any rod and 1'ne, nirht line, net, or engine of any kind wb;ch is calculated to take trout, and whether fishing for trout or not." that they are required to take out a licence, or be liable tor a heavy penalty. Also, that between March 15 and June 15 it is illegal to fish for, catch, or attempt to catch any fresh water fish except trout and pike in the river Severn from the mouth of tne Vemiew downwards, or to buy, sell, or expose for sale any fresh water fish, under penalties imposed in the Fresh Water Fisheries Act. It is also illegal at any time or place to tish for, catch, buy, or sell the young of salmon in any stage of its growth. The Severn fishery district comprises the river Severn and so much of its tributary rivers and streams as are frequented by salmon or trout.
WELSH ASSOCIATION CHALLENGE CUP. FINAL TIE.—DRUIDS v. RUTHIN. The final struggle for the possession of this handsome trophy for the ensuing year, together with the ownership of the medals which accompany it, took place on the Wrexham Racecouse, on Saturday last,, between the Druids and Ruthin Clubs. They were favoured by fine weather and a large, enthusiastic, not to say excited, concourse of sjWctators assembled to witness the game. The Ruthin team were the first to appear in the arena, having donned the amber and black stripes before their rivals had reached the ground, and were awarded a round of applause. Half-an-hour was wasted in preliminaries, the choice of an um- pire being the chief cause of the delay, and the Druids then walked on the ground receiving a hearty cheer from their friends. Kenrick won the toss and selected the goal furthest from the town for attack. Lloyd set the ball going towards the Druids' goal. Both sides soon set to work in earnest and the game waged fast, chiefly in the Ruthin half of the ground, the hands of their goal keeper being called into requisition several times to avert disaster. Each side secured corner kicks, but no score was made until after nearly a half hour's play, when, after a sharp attack had been repelled by Ruthin, Owen got the ball and made a tine run, and the Druids' backs taking the man instead of the ball and Jnissing both, he got beyond them and passed the ball to Good- n, who sent it neatly through the posts, to the consternation of the followers of the Ancients," who had anticipated a bloodless victory, and the great joy of the Wrexhamites, with whom the Druids are out of favour. Encouraged by their suc- cess Ruthin made another onslaught, a good shot by Owen producing a corner kick from the goal keeper. The venue of the game again changed to the Ruthin quarters, and the ball was shot at the goal. The Custodian caught it and carried it out of danger, and a free kick was claimed by and allowed to the Druids, within a couple of yards of the goal line. A goal seemed certain, but the Ruthin frustrated the attempt, and when half time was called the game stood in favour of Ruthin by one goal to nil. On changing ends the Druids at once took the offensive and had several narrow chances of scor- ing, and about twenty minutes from half-time a free kick Was given to Druids for a trip. The ball was put well up to the goal and got away a short distance. J. Jones brought it up ain and passed it to Cross, who sent it on to Vaughan, and the latter made the game even by sending it through the posts. In eight minutes moról another disaster befel the Ruthinitos, John Jones cleverly putting the leather between the posts after Bill had sent it in front of them. With the exception of one or two breaks away, from one of which a corner kick was secured, the iame resolved itself into almost an uninterrupted attack on the Ruthin goal; but the defence was a desperate one, and although the Druids were several times within an ace of scoring, no further goal was secured, and the game thus ended in their favour by two goals to nil. Both teams were heartily cheered on their way to the dress- ing-room, at the emtrance to which the Druids' captain received the usual (Wrexham) courtesies. The Druids, which is one of the eldest clubs in the Principality, well deserved their success, as their captain Was one of the earliest promoters of the Assoeiation, and in the first year played in the "final," when after a desparate struggle Wrexham scored a goal in the last minute, and secured the trophy. Last year they nad no local habitation and scarce a name, and even this year have had great difficulty in getting a ground to play on. That they won on their merits no one can doubt, and if they can keep their team together it will be a difficult matter to wrest the cup from their grasp next year. Kenrick was scarcely in his old form, but Powell surpassed himself; the dogged determination of Williams and the dash of Bowen deserve equal praise and,;bar Ketley, who was very uncertain in his kick, the whole of the forwards played splendidly, their only apparent failing being a Want of deliberation in front of goal. Roberts stoppeu several good shots, but his habit of running out is likely at some time to bring down disaster on his team. Ruthin is quite a new Club, and therefore deserve all the more credit for attaining their present position. They have ex- cellent material, and need only a very little weeding and more experience to make that position secure. Parry did excellent Service as goal keeper. Roberts improved if anything on the capital form ihe exhibited against the Exelsiors. Maddocks, Mostyn, and Williams played hard as half backs, the first- -A particularly so. The forwards were a very even set and Played well together, and they (and Owen in particular) are to be congratulated in scoring against so formidable an array of backs as were opposed to them. They all, however, seemed to tire at the finish, but whether from want of, or too much, train- lug their friends know best. The duties of umpires and referee were most impartially per- formed by Messrs. Bethell (Birkenhead), Manners (secretary of the Association), and Brooks (Wolverhampton). The teams were composed as under ;— DRUIDS. Goal, B. Roberts backs, LI. Kenrick (captain) and J. Powell; **4lf backs, W. Williams and E. Bowen right wing, John Jones klid D. Heywood; left wing, J. Vaughan and "Jack" Jones; telatre, K. Crosse and C. Ketley. RUTHIN. Goal, H. Parry: backs, T. Roberts and G. Halley; half "*cks, K. Maddocks, Price Mostyn, and R. Williams; right *ing,W. P. Owen andW. H. Roberts (cap.); left wing,Urlah Good- win and G. H. Simon centre, Alun Lloyd.
LANCASHIRE v. NORTH WALES. On Saturday, March 15, the fourth match between the picked representatives of the Lancashire and North Wales Associations took place at Turton, near Bolton, in the presence of about (.000 spectators. The day was exceedingly fine, and the ground rj the best condition. The Welsh players were deprived of the Services of any of the Druids' Club, who were engaged in the £ ie with Ituthin for the Welsh Association Cup, and Oswes- ?y had also a counter engagement so that the Welsh eleven was tn rdly up to the strength of the team which beat the Lancashire Sen at Wrexham on November 15,1S79, by four goals to none, ihe selected of Lancashire were principally Darwen men, and home team captain winning the toss, elected to play with a ■^illiant sua to hiBback. Witli'the disadvantage, Boden kicked off J?. Wales at 3-15, and the visitors soon gained a corner kick, *jhich F. Suter eventually baffled, and then Lancashire had a j.&ilar turn at the other end of the field, but othing came of the attack. The Lancashire men ontinued to confine the play to the Welsh end, and Edwards £ *?e the home team their first goal by accidentally tipping the between his own posts. Shortly after, Gledhill made jj? attempt to augment the total of the Lancashire men, jJ*' failed, Davies and Hibbott being remarkably active 5? 'he defence of their goal. The ball then had a 'r'P and short stay at the Lancashire men, but nothing vjj?16 of the attack, and once more the Wales goal was placed in j?~Pardy at this end. The game was warmly contested, but W. ^oerts broke away and passed to J. Roberts on the same wing, Shir pt P°ssesai°n of the leather until in front of the Lanca- %hire goal, when J. Price and Andrews came up with a rush, lk bou the former made the first score for the visitors just half-an- 1l" after the start. The contest proceeded with matters equal ^Pon> minutes before half-time, when Marshall was called lr- i!.ulanipulate a corner kick for Lancashire, and from this e0d« h ham secured the second goal for his side. After the Hje "a<i been changed, Lancashire kicked off, and for a com- Sbencement acted on the offensive, but Davies and Jones finally WoS with the ball to the Lancashire uprights. Marshall *t back with a splendid run, and finished up with a shot g°al, but the leather passed over the bar. Then the as similarly unsuccessful, whilst Andrews, changing Mthn affairs, enabled .T. Price to again make matters even ^ot t^^ec?n(^ gj0a^ *or the visitors. Lancashire were, however, the Koii i'"1"' Bury, after several fine essays at goal, put fhe oolirtfi. Jit' S'^ig the majority to the home team. Jfl'LV3' ™inutes later, added the fourth goal for Ho 8,vi„ a nea> corner feick by Marshall, and when 2 CNAIA T n Wales men had lost by their rfhaU i'or the dinners, Bury, • S1/6™ m fine form, whilst the ^bert. T V H\ >b0tt| ?avies> Jones, and W. and J. V Teams -Lancashire, J Kershaw (Hallewell, Bolton), back'J ™-elu (^anchester Wanderers), and F. Suter (Darwen), bactu' S.' Flsh' U?rwen> and T- Hardman (Great Lever), half- Bury (Darwen) and R. Kirkham, left wing; T. UW?h-ii /Darwen) and T- Rostron (Darwen^ right wing; J. edhiU (Darwen) and W. tliglatbome (Lower Chapel, Darwen), centres; umpire, J. Johnston (Manchester). North Wales H. Hibbott (Newtown Excelsior), goal: T. Jones (Newtown White Star) and H. Edwards (Wrexham), backs T. Price (Newtown White-Stars) and J. D. Davies (Llangollen), half-backs; W. Roberts (Llangollen) and J. Roberts (Corwen), left wing; T. Boden, captain (Wrexham), and J. Price (Wrexham), centres; J. Roberts (Rhyl) and W. Andrew (Newtown White Star), right wing. Umpire, T. H. Clayton (Wrexham), treasurer of the North Wales Association; referee, T. Duxbury (Darwen).
ENGLAND v. WALES. This international contest took place at Wrexham on Mon- day, March 15, in the presence of about 3,000 spectators, and resulted in a victory for England by three goals to two. Great interest was taken in the match, but a wet afternoon on Sunday and a dull morning caused the attendance to be rather small for so important a match; the sum taken at the gate being some- thing over £ 50. The ground had dried considerably and was in fair condition. The English team turned out punctually, but it was not until a quarter past three that the Welsh were ready for the fray. Sparks having won the toss, and taken the goal nearest the town, with the wind behind him, Price set the ball in motion, and directly after took a shot at the English goal; this was stopped by Sands. Several attempts were made at either goal, but principally at that of the Welsh. England got a corner kick, but nothing came of it; and Davies made a fine run for Wales, passing all who met him, and centred the ball finely, but no one was up, and Brindle kicked the ball from goal. Several shots were taken at the Welsh goal, but Hibbott stopped them, and Price got off side in attempting a rush at the English goal. Price headed the ball behind the English lines, and Johnson put it over the Welsh goal bar. Owen got a shot, which Sands caught. Cursham endeavoured to score for England, but Hibbott prevented him, and the English goalkeeper did the like with Davies. Wales got a corner kick. Morgan put the ball well up in front, but the defenders got it away, and Mosforth passed it in front of the Welsh goal, and Cursham lifted it over the bar. Four corner kicks fell to the lot of the English in quick succession, and the ball was got away from the immediate vicinity of the goal. bat sent back by Brindle. Hibbott stopped it, but made a stumble, and put it through, and scored the first goal for England at 8.52. Hibbot stopped several shots, but gave two corner kicks, and the Welsh had made some good but ineffectual attempts to equalize the score when half-time was called. With the advan- tage of the wind, the game looked in favour of Wales, but Sparks got hold of the leather in the middle of the ground, and, running right through the Welsh backs, placed a second goal to the credit of England at 4.6. This second disaster put the Welshmen on their mettle, and an attack was made on the English citadel, but repulsed. Sparks then made another, and got a corner kick, but with no result. Hibbott saved yet another goal, and Owen just missed the English goal with a long shot. Cursham wound up a fine run by a clever shot, which Hibbott stopped. Wales now looked like scoring, but the only advantage secured was a corner kick which came to nothing. Price sent the ball wide of the English posts and Sands prevented J. Roberts scoring. Mitchell got a run up the centre, and passed to Sparks. The latter took a shot, which Hibbott put back, but at the second attempt he put the ball through the goal at 4-37. With the score three to love and less than a quarter of an hour to play, the case of Wales looked hopeless. They were, however, nothing daunted, and pressed their opponents rather unpleasantly, securing two corner kicks. Brindle retired about this time disabled, and that the loss of his services was felt the sequel shows. A free kick was given to Wales in front of the English position. A good shot was taken, but stopped. Bill directly after sent the ball just over the English goal bar. The ball was brought quickly down the wing by Davies after the kick out; he centred it to Price, who passed I to the left wing, and W. Roberts drew first blood for Wales at 4-40. Davies brought it down again, but Roberts failed with the kick at goal. Williams saved his goaJ. by giving a corner kick. Hunter took it, but put the ball too forward, and the Welsh got a run, but Boden kicked too hard, and Sands ran out and returned the ball. Sparks and J. Marshall brought it to the Welsh goal, and Powell gave them a corner. Sparks headed the ball at the goal. J. Roberts stopped it, and Hibbott secured a shot of Marshall's. The venue of the play then changed to the English side, and Hunter saved his goal twice, but at 4 49 J. Roberts put the ball through, and secured the second goal, and ere the play could be resumed time was called, and the game ended, as before stated, in favour of the English by three goals to two, England had the advantage both in weight and height, the latter being very noticeable when defending their goal from a corner kick, as they headed the ball without difficulty over their opponents; the forwards dribbled splendidly, and passed syste- matically, and the shots at goal were, for the most part accurate; the half-backs played with judgment and vigour, and the backs were nearly perfection, and Sands kept goal in very good form. For Wales, Morgan and Powell played in their best style, and the throwing in of the former called forth many expressions of applause. Williams played effectively, and he and Mosforth seemed really to enjoy their many tussles. Edwards aJjo played well. The two Roberts's were well matched on the left wing, but the centres played but moderately, and did not give Davies and Owen their fair share of opportunities. The last-named is a most promising player, and Davies is too well known to need any word of praise. The want of a centre man who can pass well with his left foot was much felt, and should, if possible, be supplied by the time they play Scotland, and a few practice matches might be got up with advantage. The cat-like agility of Hibbott called forth continual bursts of applause. He stopped shots from all quarters, and had he not had the misfortune to stumble over one the game would have been even. The teams were ENGLAND. Goal, J Sands (Notts. Forest); backs, E. Luntley (Notts. Forest) and T. Brindle (Darwen); half-backs, J. Hunter (Sheffield) and F. Hargreaves (Blackburn Rovers); right wing, T. Marshall (Darwen) and H. A. Cursham (Sheffield); left wing, W. H. Mossforth (Sheffield) and E. Johnson (Saltley College); centre, F. J. Sparks (Clapham Rovers), captain, and C. Mitchell (Upton Park). Umpire Mr. S. R. Bastard (Upton Park.) WALES. Goal, H. Hibbott (Excelsior); back, J. R. Morgan (Derby School), captain, and J. Powell (Diuids); half-backs, "Bill" Williams (Druids) and H. Edwards (Wrexham); right wing, W. H. Davies (Oswestry) and W. P. Owen (Ruthin) left wing, W. Roberts (Llangollen) and J. Roberts (Corwen); centre, J. Price and T. Boden (Wrexham). Umpire, Mr. Ll. Kenrick (Druids) referee, Mr. Lithygoe (Birkenhead).
MARKET REPORTS. CORN AVERAGES, For the week ending March 13. The following are the quantities sold and,the prices this year and last year:— QUANTITIES SOLD. PRICES. This year. Last year. This year. Last year. Wheat. 24,521 51,834 00 00 44s. 8d. 39s. 7d. Barley. 27,689 34,195 34s. lOd. 34s. Id. Oats 4,530 5,699 22s. 3d. 20s. 9d. Corn, &c. LIVERPOOL, TUESDAY.—Wheat to-day met with a fair en- quiry from the outset, and a good business was developed, sellers gaining Id. to 2d. advance on Friday's rates. Flour was in steady request, and late prices were fully supported. Beans and peas steady, without change. Indian corn taken to a fair exteiat, at id. V cental advance. PRICES (this day). a. d. s. d. American Wheat, V IUO lbs 10 4 to 11 11 Cahfornian Flour,$100 lbs 14 6 14 9 Chilian Barley, V 100 lbs 7 3 7 8 Grinding Barley, %1100 lbs 6 3 70 English Oats, 160 lbs 8 0 9 2 Canadian Peas,$100 tbs.^ 7 1 72 Egyptian Beans, V 100 U>s 7 10 711 Indian corn, American new white. 0 0 59 „ mixed American. 511 6 0 Malt, pale new English,$quarter 60 0 74 0 LONDON, WEDNESDAY. There wa3 a firm market for wheat, at late rates. Flour without change. Barley and oats steady. Maize sold at extreme prices, owing to scarcity. Beans and peas unaltered, Increased activity in the seed market.— Arrivals: British barley, 770 quarters. Foreign wheat, 19,880 quarters; barley, 9,090 quarters; oats, 3,820 quarters; maize, 1,640 quarters; tiour, 4,240 barrels. CURRENT PRICES OF GRAIN AT MARK LANE. f a. a. Wheat, new Essex and Kent (white) 00. 00 00 00 44 to 58 Ditto ditto (red.). 42 57 Wheat, Norfolk, Lincoln, and Yorkshire, new (red). 44 67 Barley (Chevalier). 34 64 Malt, English pale, new 62 71 Oats, English teed 23 25 Beans (Miizagan) 33 35 Peas, white boilers (English). 34 38 „ (foreign) 36 37 Maize 2B 33 Flour, Town Households, 'I¡! 230 Uls., 44s. to 60s. LIVERPOOL, FRIDAY.—Wheat met with a more active de- mand, especially for white descriptions, at full prices to Id. <iP cental advance. Flour in fair demand, at steady prices. Beans in buyers' favour. Peas unaltered. Indian corn in moderately fair request, closing at much the same rates as on Tuesday; new mixed 5s. 9d. to 5s. iod. V cental. LONDON, MONDAY.—The market was very firm, in sympathy with American quotations. Both English and foreign wheat met with a fair sale, at Is. advance on last Monday's prices. Flour also fairly active, and 6d. to Is. dearer since the same date. Oats quoted 6d. higher on the week. Maize also the turn dearer. Beans and peas realized full values. Barley with- out alteration. Seeds active.—Arrivals: British wheat, 2,541 quarters; barley, 2,355 quarters; oats, 914 quarters; flour, 15,029. Foreign wheat, 29,675 quarters; barley, 10,885 quarters; oats, 55,226 quarters; maize, 8,941 quarters; flour, 10,611 sacks and 4,395 barrels. MANCHESTER, THURSDAY. The market to-day was well attended. English wheat was in such limited supply that suit- able samples were taken at fully previous prices, wL,e foreign met a fair consumptive demand, at last Thursday's rates. Flour was in limited request, without any quotable alteration in value. Oats and beans ruled very firm. Maize was 3d. to Od.;V quarter dearer. BIRMINGHAM, THURSDAY.—At last week's market, there was a small supply of English wheat, which brought very full prices. Red American wheat sold slowly at last week's prices, but white wheats were lower, especially inferior descriptions of Californian, which were Is.$quarter cheaper. Barley dull. Oats, beans, and peas firm. Indian corn, for prompt delivery, maintained its price.—The current quotations were: Wheat, last week's prices, but was not quotably dearer. Foreign sold at about previous rates. Little doing in barley. rather K.ngiiah white, 6s. 8d. to 7s. Gd.$62 lbs ditto, red, 6s. Od. to 7s. 6d.; American red, 7s. Od. to 7s. Sd.; Ghirka, 6s. lod. to 7s. Od.; Dantzig, 7s. lQd. to 8s. ad. Barley, grinding, 26s. Od. to 28s. Od. V 392 tbs. Oats, English white, 26s. Od. to 30s. Od. V 312 lbs.; Irish white, 25s. tId. to 26s. td.; ditto, gray, 26s. Od. to 26s. 0. ditto, black, 23s. Od. to 2Js. Od. Beans: English, 16s. Od. to 20s. Cd. W 196 lbs.; Egyptian, washed, 16s. 6d. to 17s. Od. Peaa, grinding, 15s. 6d. to 16s. 6d. V 196 lbs. Indian corn, American mixed, 12s. 3d. to 12s. Od. V 196 lt)S.; small, 14s. Od. to 14s. 6d. Millet, 25s. Od. to 27s. Od, ?*. 480 lbs. WAKEFIELD, FRIDAY,—There was a better tone in the wheat trade here this morning, and full prices were readily made. Barley in good demand, at late rates. Beans, oats, and maize rather dearer. SHREWSBURY, SATURDAY.—An average amount of business was done at this market, at the following quotations:— s. d. 8. d. White Wheat, V 75 lbs 6 64 g7 6 Red ditto 6 0 7 4 Barley (malting)$70 lbs 5 6 6 6 Baxley (grinding) 4 0 4 6 Oats, V 225 lbs 16 0 23 6 13eans, 19 235 lbs 18. 0 23 0 Peas, 225 lbs 16 0 18 0 Malt, ;0 imperial bushel 0 0 9 0 BRIDGNORTH, SATURDAY.—Hie following were the prices at this market White wheat, 7s. Od. to 8s. Sd. N 72 lbs.; red wheat, old, Os. Od. to 0s. Od.; red, new, 6s. Od. to 7s. 6d. Malting barley, 35s. to 44s. V imp. quarter; grinding barley, 12s. Od to 13s. Od.$200 lbs. Beans, 16s. Od. to 18s. Od. V 200 lbs. Peas, 16s. Od. to 17s. Od. V 200 lbs. Oats, 12s. Od. to 18s. 6a. y 160 lbs. Indian corn, 12s. 3d. te 14s. 6d. ;¡jj 200 lbs. Malt, 9s. Od. imperial bushel; vetches, 7s. to 8s.-There was a good attendance at the market, and a fair amount of business was transacted, good samples of English wheat showing a de- cided improvement in prices; while good seed barley was much enquired for, and prices ruled higher than last week. Other produce changed hands at fully last week's prices. CHESTER, SATURDAY.—At our market this morning, best quality of wheat was nominally unchanged, selling at 7s. to 7s.. 2d. %) 75 lbs. Oats scarce and dearer. WELSHPOOL, MONDAY. Wheat, 8s. 3d. to 8s. Gd.33 80 lbs.; barley, 5s. 6d. to 6s. 3d. :¡j! 40 quarts; oats, 18s. Od. to 24s. Od.; eggs, 0 to 16 for a shilling; butter, Is 9d. to Is. lOd. V lb.; fowls, 5s. Od. to 5s 6d.$couple; ducks, Os. Od. to Os. 0,1. f couple; geese, Os. Od. to Os. Od. each.; turkeys, Os. Od. to Os. Od. each; potatoes, 8s. Od. to 9a. Od. V cwt. NEWTOWN, TUESDAY (Mar. 16).-Wheat, Os. Od. vo Os. Od. 75 lbs.; barley, Os. Od. to Os. Od.; oats, OOs. to OOs.; eggs, 00 to 18 for a shilling; butter, Is. 8d. to Is. lOd.$lb.; fowls, 4s. 0 1. to 6s. Od. cjupie; 4s. 6d. to 5s. 6d.$couple; geese, OiL od. to Us. Od. each: turkeys, os. Od. to Os. each; potauie- 12 lbs. for a shilling; beef, 8d. to ICd. ? !t* mutton, 8d. to 10J veal, 8d. to Sjd.; lamb, Od. to 0d.; pork, 7d. to 8jd. OSWESTKX, WEDNESDAY (Mar. 17).—The following were the quotations: White wheat, Os. Od. to Os. Od. <0 75 lbs.; red wheat, 6s. Od. to 7s. Od.$75 lbs.; barley, 20s. 6d. to 25s. 6d.$280 lbs.; oats, 15s. Od. to 17s. 6d. 200 lbs.; Indian corn, Os. Od. to Os. Od. V cental; butter, Is. fid. to lB. 7d. <¡;J lb.; eggs, 0 to 14 for a shil- ling; fowls, 4s. Od. to 58. OLI. V couple; ducks, Os. Od. to Os. Ocl.; geese, Os. uu. to 01:1. Od. each; turkeys, Os. Od. to Os. Od. each; potatoes, Is. 9d. t", 2s. Od. V score. WHITCHURCH, FRIDAY.—Wheat, 7s. Od. to 7s. 6d. P 75 tb: I barley, 5s. 3d. to os. 9d.; oats. 4s. 3d. to 4s. gd. eggs, 15 to 16 for a- shilling; butter, Is. 7d. to Is. 9d. :¡j! 16 oz.; fowls, 4s. Cd. to 5s. 6d. ZO couple; ducks, 5s. 6d. to 6s. 6d.$couple; geese, Od. to ed. tIlb.; turkeys, Od. to od. V lb.; potatoes, 6s. Od to 6s. 6d. V 90 iRs. new potatoes, od. V lb.; beef, 7jd. to 9d. 40 lb.; mutton, 3d to 10d.; veal, 8d. to O:Iyd.; lamb, 0d. to Od. N lb. WREXHAM, THURSDAY.—Wheat, 6s. 6d. to 7s. 3d. :¡P 75 Ibs.; barley, 4s Od. to 6s. 2d.; oats, 3s. 5d. to 4s. 6d.; butter, Is. 6d. to is. 8d. 'jjJ 16 oz.; eggs, 13 to 14 for a shilling; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 5s. Ud. V couple; ducks, 4s. 6d. to 5s. Od. V couple; geese, Os. to Os. each; potatoes, 6s. Od. to 7s. Od. qP 90 lbs. Cattle. LIVERPOOL, MONDAY.—There was a large falling-off in the supply of both beasts and sheep to-day, the numbers being 1,335 beasts and 2,123 sheep. There was no foreign stock on offer, and prices were very much higher for both cattle and sheep. The attendance of buyers from the country was rather numer- ous. Sales slow on account of the high rates demanded.— Prices: Best beasts, 8d. to 8kl.$#> second ditto, 7d. to nù.; prime Scots, 8Jd. to 9d.; sheep, lOJd. to Hid. METROPOLITAN, MONDAY.—There was a good enquiry for choice beasts at full values, but anything below this quality met with a dull sale. The British arrivals comprised 215 Scotch, 60 Irish, 1,000 Norfolk, Suffolk, and Essex, and 975 Midland and Home Counties. Foreign beasts a very dull sale, and prices temled lower. The sheep market was well supplied; best breeds in wool sold at full values. Lambs dear. Calves scarce, and prices firm. Pigs active.—Quotations: Beef, 4s. to 5s. 10d.; mutton, 4s. 6d. to 63. 10d.; veal, 5s. 6d. to 6s. 8d.; pork, 3s. 6d. to 5s. Od. The stock on otter consisted of 3,030 beasts, 11,730 sheep, 250 calves, and 39 pigs; included in which were 780 foreign beasts, 80 sheep, and 10 calves. SHREWSBURY, TUESDAY. There was only a moderate show of stock, but business was brisk, especially in beef. Pigs were rather slow of sale.—Beef realized from 7d. to 8-d. lb., mutton, 8d. to 10d.; veal, 8d. to 9,1 (1.; pigs, porkets, lCs. to lis. 40 score; bacons, 10s. ? score. BIRMINGHAM, THURSDAY.—There was a good supply of beasts in the market (4S5); short supply of sheep (407); good supply of calves (610); and good supply of pigs (1,212). The trade rather slow throughout.—Beef made 7Jd. to 81d. 4P lb.; mutton, 7Jd. to 9,3,d.; veal, 7Jd. to 9id.; bacon pigs, Us. 3d. to lis. 6d. V score; sows, 9s. 9d. to 10s. 3d.; porkets, lis. 3d. to lis. 6d. 49 score. SALFORD, TUESDAY.—There was at market a large supply of all descriptions of stock, with a good attendance of buyers. A steady trade was done in beasts, at the full prices of last week. Trade in sheep, both clipped and in wool, ruled mode- rately active, at extreme prices. No alteration in calves. — Quotations: Beasts, 6d. to 8 £ d.$lb.; sheep, in wool, 9d. to ,10jd. V lb.; ditto, clipped, Sd. to 9d.$2).; calves, 8d. to loa. 40 lb. LONDON DEAD MEAT MARKET, MONDAY.—The follow. ing were the quotations V 8 lbs. by the carcase: Middling a-iu inferior beef, 2s. 6d. to 4s. 4d.; prime ditto, 4s. 6d. to 5s. 4d.; middling and inferior mutton, 3s. Od. to 4s. 8d.; prime ditto, 5s. Od. to 6s. Od.; veal, 5s. 8d. to 6s. 4d.; large pork, Os. Od. to 4s. Od.; small ditto, Os. Od. to 5s. Od.-The supply of meat on offer was moderate, and the trade quiet. Miscellaneous. LONDON PROVISION, WEDNESDAY. — Butter: The best descriptions of foreign continued very finn-Friesland 140s. to 150s.; Normandy, 140s. to 154s.; Kiel and Danish, 13Us. to 160s.; Jersey, 136s. to 146s.; very little done in Irish. Bacon met a steady market at the recent advance. Hams slow of sale. Lard firm, but inactive. Cileese: Finest American, 65s. to 72s. IRISH AND AMERICAN PROVISIQNS, LIVERPOOL, FRI- DAk'buttcr: Willi very light stocks and small arrivals, choice qualities are quite scarce, and command extreme prices; me- itium and poor sell slowly. Bacon is in less request for the home trade, but meets a steady export enquiry. Lard quiet, but unchanged in value. Cheese inactive, and to make free progress less money has to be taken. AGRICULTURAL SEEDS, LONDON, MONDAY. Current Prices:— s. d. s. d. Cloverseed, British, com., V uwt 45 0 @ 80 0 „ Foreign, red 38 Ð 65 0 „ „ white „ 60 0 96 0 Trefoil „ 26 0 38 0 Ryegrass, British, V quaxter 0 0 00 „ Italian, # 2 cwt 42 0 44 0 Linseed, quarter 66 0 74 0 Rapeseed „ 64 0 72 0 LONDON POTATO, MONDAY.—The trade for potatoes has been quiet. Good descriptions have been in moderate demand, and prices have been maintained. Regents 120s. to 160s. 40 ton. Victorias 120s. to 170s. „ Flukes 120s. to 180s. „ Rocks 90s. to 100s. „ French 90a.ito 190s. „ LONDON HOP, MONDAY.—Some large quantities of old hops have changed hands during the past week, at lower values. The general toue of our market is dull, consumers confining their purchases to actual requirements, and values of 1879's were nominally without alteration. Kent L4 10. £ 0 0. £ ll 0 Sussex. 410. 0 0. 10 10 Farnham 6 0 0 6. 13 0 American 8 0 0 0 10 10 English(1878) 3 0. 0 0. 510 Foreign 2 0. 0 0 310 BRADFORD WOOL, MONDAY.—There was a good demand, especially for the liner descriptions of English wool. Holders were extremely firm, and some were even asking an advance upon last week's ratej. The demand for yarns also kept up, and spinners were very independent about taking [orders. Demi- lustre and mottled yarns were in request, as well as some twofold numbers. The piece trade is slowly improving. LONDON WOOL, MONDAY.—The wool trade continues very firm in tone. The public sales of Colonial produce were brought to a close on Friday, and passed off with satisfactory results, the demand having been spirited both for home use and for export. The trade for English wool is very firm, and a fair amount of business is in progress at enhanced rates. CURRENT PRICES. This year.. Last year. (Per lb.) a. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. FLEECES.—Southdown hoggets ..1 4 to 1 6 ..l oi to 11 Half-bred ditto 1 3 to 1 4 ..1 0J tol 1 Kent fleeces 1 3 to 1 4 ..0 11J to 1 0J S. Down ewes wethers ..1 4 tol 5..1 04 to 1 lX Leicester (hUo 1 2J to 1 3 ..0 ll^tol Ojf SORTS.—«Jiu.nius 1 3itoi 7..1 Oitoi 3* Combing 1 3 tol 9..1 1 tol 6 LIVERPOOL WOOL, FRIDAY.—At the approach of the regu- lar auctions here, tne enquiry for foreign wools has been scarcely so active as hitherto, but tine classes have commanded extreme rates. Next week 16,006 bales East India wool will be catalogued. Mohair and alpaca are more enquired for, aRd sales made this week establish quotations for the former at 2s. Sd. to s 9d. and the latter Is. 9d. ;ti lb.-Quotations are: East India, white, 6id. to 16 £ d.; yellow, 5Jd. to 14d.; gray, &c., 4d. to lid.; washed Peruvian, 12d. to 16 £ d.; washed River Plate, 14d. to 17d.; unwashed River Plate, 7d. to 12d.; washed Morocco, lOd. to 15d.; unwashed Morocco, 6d. to 8 £ d.; Egyptian white, lOd. to 16d.; Oporto tleece, 13d. to 14d.; mohair, 2s. 7d. to 2s. 9d.; alpaca, Is. Sd. to Is. lOd. BIRMINGHAM HIDE, SKIN, AND FAT, SATIRDAY.- Hides, 95 lb. and upwards, 4d. to 5d.$lb.; 85 to 94, 4d. to 41d.; 7b to 84, 3fd. to 4d.; 65 to 74, 3Jd. to 3 £ d.; 56 to 64,3id. to 3§d.; 55 and unuer, Od. to 3kl.; cows, 3|d. to 3Jd.; bulla, 3d.; flawed and irregular, 2 £ d. to 8Jd. Calf, 17 lb. ano upwards, 5jd.; 12 to 16, 7d.; 9 to 11, 6jd.; light, Cick. Wools, 3s. 9d. to ItIIS. Od. each. Lambs, Os. Od. to Os. Od. each. Fat, 15;1. to 2 £ d.$lb.— Nossiter's List. BARK, TANNING MATERIALS, &c.-SATURDAY. 411. & a. English, V load of 45 cwt. delivered in London.. 12 0 @ 14 10 Ditto, Coppice 6 10 7 0 Mimosa, chopped £ 8 @ £ 12 15. Ground 8 10 14 0 Valonia, Smyrna £ 12 10 @ £ 17 15. Morea 11 0 16 0 Gambier, in bales 418 6 @ 418 10. Cubes 20 0 26 0 Cutch, best Pegu 38 0 41 0 Divi Divi 12 0 15 10 Myrabolams. 8 10 15 0 Sumach, Sicily 16 0 16 10 LEATHER.—LEADENHALL, TUESDAY. V lb. s. d. s. d. Hides, crop, 28 lbs. to 40 lbs 1 1 @ 1 4 Ditto, 41 lbs. to 60 lbs 1 2118 English butts, 14 lbs. to 24 lbs 1 4 2 3 Ditto, 25 lbs. to 36 lbs 1 4 2 10 Foreign butts, 16 lbs. to 60 lbs 1 0 2 3 Crop bellies 0 71011 Shoulders 0 10 14 Dressing hides, common 1 1 1 6 Ditto, shaved. 12 16 Calfskins. 1 4 2 10 LIVERPOOL PRODUCE, WEONESDAY. Sugar was much quieter in tone, and showed a tendency to lower prices. Most other Colonials also quiet, but rum sells freely. Nitrate of soda 19s. cwt. Palm oil, Lagos, £ 30 10s. & ton. Olive oil more enquired for. Linseed oil 27s. tid. to 28s. in export easks. Rape oil 33s..(id.$cwt. for retined Stettin. Cottonseed oil, Liverpool reâned, 28s. to 28s. 6d. Lard 39s. to 39s. 6d. sP cwt. on the spot. Tallow 34s. te 35s. for North American. Spirits of turpentine 38s. to 40s, 19 owt. Rosin, common, 4s. 4d. to 4s. 6d. cwt. Petroleum, refined oil 6td. to 61d. gallon; spirit, 5t< to 5Jd. Ashea, pots, 23s. 6d. V ewt. LONDON PRODTJCE, SATURDAY.—Sugar: The market was steady, but little business was done. Coffee quiet at late values. Rice remains inactive. The cotton market without improve- ment. More done in jute at firmer rates. Tallow, old 43s., new 44s. 6d. cwt., on the spot. Oils Rape 28s. 3d.; linseed 27s. Spirits of turpentine dearer, at 45s. Petroleum tid. V gauon. Saltpetre dull at 22s. 6d. FERTILIZERS.—LIVERPOOL, SATURDAY. 4s. d.As. d. Peruvian Guano, 10 to 12 am. ton 11 10 0 @ 13 0 6 Ditto, high phosphatic 713 3 8 0 0 Bone Ash, River Plate 6 0 0 6 2 6 Superphosphate, 26 to 28 cent.. in bags 30 0a26 Ditto 36 to 37 40 cent. 11 40 0426 Nitrate of Sooa.¡¡jI cwt. 018 9 0 0 0 AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE.—LIVERPOOL, WEDNESDAY. Hay,$cwt. s. d. s. a. Old 3 6 @5 10 New 0 0 0 0 Straw— Wheat 2 4 2 8 Oat 2 0 2 6 Barley 1 11 2 0 ton. s. d. s. ti. Carrots 0 0@0 0 Turnips I. 380 40 0 Mangel Wurzel.,82 0 36 0 Manure 4 6 II Grass,$20 lbs. 0 0 00 HAY AND STRAW.—LONDON, TUESDAY. s. d. s. d. Prime meadow hay (PO ton) 85 0 @ 100 0 Inferior ditto „ 30 0 „ 76 0 Prime clover 110 0 130 0 Inferior ditto „ 70 0 ,,100 0 Straw (IR 36 trusses) 32 0 40 0
Trade Intelligence. WOLVERHAMPTON IKON TICADE.-WEDNrsDAY. Only a quiet business was done here this afternoon. Pig iron was very treely offered, most of it at prices more in consumers' favour than for three months past, but consumers had well bought forward, and they therefore declined to purchase. Fin- ished iron was likewise in larger supply, and might have been had generally for less money than a week ago. High-class bars, sheets, and boiler plates were, nevertheless, firm at makers' prices. Producers complained of the withholding of specifica- tions by consumers and by merchants. Manufacturing coal was strong, and in fair supply; inferior was weak and abundant. MINERAL REPORT.—MANCHESTER, SATURDAY. Messrs. Berger Spence and Co., in their weekly report, say- There is little alteration to report in minerals, most of them having been stationary all the week as far as prices are con- cerned, and the tendency being towards a decrease in the bulk of trade. This is to be attributed, in a great measure, to the relapse which has taken place in commerce generally, and of course this branch has not escaped the influence. Brimstone has lost much of its firmness, and holders are more eager to quit. Foreign advices give the article in good demand for forward de- livery, but buyers averse to give any advance over prices for current. Iron ore is still in excellent demand, but there is an unmistakable absence of that pressure for supplies until lately noticeable all good brands, however, continue to bring full prices. China clays are the subject of much attention, and fair sales have been made at a shade of impiovement in price. Ochres also move more freely. THE CROPS AND THE CORN TRAUK. The Martc-Li&ne iSxpretss days Advices from the agricultural districts are unanimous on the subject of improvement, as even the heaviest soils are rapidly getting into working order, and farmers are doing their utmost to make up for lost time. Spring tillage has been actively carried on throughout the Uniteu Kingdom, and the prospects of a genial season are thankfully hailed by all whose interests are centred in agriculture. Good progress has been made with the sowing of barley, beans, and peas, as the land has been in tine condition for the reception of these crops. After the mild rain at the beginning of the month, and the subsequent sunshine, the pastures have wonderfully im- proved, and are now lacking green and full of life. Scotch advices are equally favourable, ploughing being well advanced, and barley and oat sowing having commenced, while the grass has been growing rapidly, and looks greener than it did a month later last year. Having been almost exclusively occupied in the preparation of the land and spring sowing, farmers have had little time to devote to threshing, and the offerings of home- grown wheat have consequently been very small, both at Mark- Lane and in the provincial markets.
DIRECTIONS FOR KNITTING LADIES' ORDINARY SIZE STOCKING WITH EMPRESS YARN.—Needles, No. 16. Cast on 112 stitches. Knit 24 rounds, 2 plain and 2 pearl stitches alternately. Knit 119 rounds plain, or 7 inches in length. This brings to the intakes. Make on each side 3 intakes with 4 rounds between each 4 intakes with 5 rounds be- tween each 4 intakes with 6 rounds between each 3 in- takes with 7 rounds between each; 3 intakes with 8 rounds between each. This makes 34 altogether-17 on each side, and reduces the stocking to 78. Knit 47 rounds, or 3 inches, for the ankle. Divide the stitches, placing 19 on each side of the seam, leaving 39 for front of the foot. Knit 35 rows, plain and pearl alternately, or 2i inches, for the heel. Knit the top, pick up the stitches, till there are 33 stitches on each side of the seam, 14 being for the gusset. WheA the gusset is done, there ought to be 78 stitches on. Knit 67 rounda plain for the foot, or 41 inches. Knit the ktoe and cast off, with 16 stitches on each side. The al. ve directions are also applicable for the Victoria and Saxony Yarns, which may be obtained from S. N. COOKE, 35, Pier Street, Aberystwyth.
BUSINESS ADDRESSES. E. JONES, (Late MORRIS JONES) COACHBUILDER Moor Street, Aberystwyth. CARRIAGES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE TO ORDER Repairs executed by First-class Workmen. T. & W. BUBB, PAINTERS, PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, GAS- FITTERS, HOUSE DECORATORS, PAPER HANGERS, & GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, Terrace-Road, Aberystwyth, and Newtown. Agent for Broner's BURNERS, and Wright's GAS STOVES. ESTIMATES FOB WORK ON APPLICATION. Agents for Atkins & Co.'s Patent CHARCOAL BLOCK WATER FILTERS. GADD'S PATENT REVERSIBLE HANDLE PERAMBULATORS. BATHS AND PERAMBULATORS ON HIRE JAMES B. MEE, FISHMONGER, GAME LDEATLER, FRUITERER, &c., &c. Bridge End House, Dolgelley. Constant Supplies of various kinds of fresh Fish, Game, &c. according to Season. ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, And anything not on hand procured on the shortest notice. Ice always on hand, and supplied by the pound and Upwards. e- Note thq Address:- Bridge End House, Dolgelley. W. fpITTEilTON BILL POSTER, PJOIRTAIADOCT COAL! COAL!! COAL! BEST SOUTH WALES COAL. SEVERAL advances have taken place in the price of Coal, yet we Sell the Best House and Gas Coal for 7s. per ton, AND THE Best Smithy for 5s. 6d. per ton. Parties having no trucks of their own can engage our trucks for Is. per ton. To be had at any Station on the Cambrian Railway at the rate of 6s. to 7s. per ton. Terms :—Cash Net, or Security. Apply to JONES AND DAVIES, BRYNMAWR, SOUTH WALES. I Never Use I WEBSTER'S WRITING INKS AND LIQUID GUMS. "MORRISON'S" OLD MAKE. BLUE-BLACK WRITING FLUID, the best made. BLACK, RED, BLUE and other INKS. ASKEW ROBERTS, WOODALL & VENABLES, OSWESTRY, and all Respectable Stationers. Unless you Want the Best. ELIJAH FINCH, TAILOR, No. 4, CAMBRIAN PLACE, ABERYSTWYTH, Gentlemen's own Materials made up.-Repairs, Scouring, and Cleaning done on the shortest notice. WILLIAM THOMAS, WHOLESALE MERCHANT, ABERYSTWYTH, RECEIVES A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF Newport Coal, Stafford „ Ruabon Cilyrychen and Tenby Lime, Glazed Socket Pipes, Agricultural „ Best Fire Bricks, Best Pressed Common Slates and Slabs, Ridge and Flooring Tiles, &c., &c. Truck loads delivered to Landowners, Merchants, Builders, &c., at any Station, at prices equal to those quoted by Colliery Owners and Manufacturers. BOOKBINDING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT EDWARD EDWARDS, Great Darkgate-street, ABERYSTWYTH. Back Numbers of Serial Works Obtained. MR. EDWA-RDS, SURGEON DENTIST, FOURCROSSES, FESTINIOG, VISITS Portmadoc (J. Jones, Temperance, opposite V Market Hall) every Friday Pwllheli khumphreys, chemist) every Wednesday; Criccieth (Bowen. chemist), alternate Fridays Dolgelley (Davies, Eldon House) first and third Saturday in'each month. VISITORS TO LONDON. MR. EDWARD JENKINS BEGS to inform visitors and others coming to London that he has opened A PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE AT GWALIA HOUSE, 9, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, Where they can obtain all home comforts, with exceptionally good attendance, at a very reasonable tariff. The situation is central, and within two minutes' walk from Euston Station and ten minutes' by the Under- ground Railway to Gower Street from Paddington. Reference and terms on application. AGr Cartref, oddicartref. R I D E T O KHIVA BY CAPTAIN FRED BURNABY, Royal Horse Guards. Page 13 says .—"TWO pairs of boots lined with fur were also taken; and for physic-with which it is as well to be supplied when travelling in out-of-the-way places-some uln 0 quinine and Cockle's pills, the latter a most invaluable medicine, and one which I have used on the natives of m c Central Africa with the greatest possible success. In fact, the marvellous effects produced upon the mind and body of an Arab Sheik, who was impervious to all native medicines, when I administered to him five COCKLE'S PILLS will never fade from my memory; and a friend of mine, who passed through the same district many months after- Wards, informed me that my fame as a medicine man' had not died out, but that the marvellous cure was even then a theme of conversation in the bazaar." SEE BURNABY'S RIDE TO KHIVA, page 13. A GOOD FAMILY MEDICINE CHEST, with a prudent use, has saved many a life and vet we think the idea may be improved upon, and reduced to a more simple form. Take some good compound, such as COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS and we find that the desired end may be obtained with. out scales and weights, or little mysterious compartments or enchanted bottles, with crystal stoppers. Others might be used, but COCKLE'S I*ILLS, is tested by many thousands of persons, and found to answer their purpose so well, may be set down as the best. -Observer. Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In use the last eighty years for INDIGESTION. In boxes at Is. ld., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and 11s. Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In use the last eighty years for BILIOUS AFFECTIONS. In boxes at Is. lid. 2s. 0d., 43. Gd., ami 11". Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In use the last eighty years for LIVER COMPLAINTS. In boxes at Is. ld., 2s. 9d.,v 4s. 6d., and lis. "< Cockle's Antibilious Pills, In use amongst all classes of society EIGHTY YEARS, May be had throughout the United Kingdom, In boxes at Is. lid., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., and 118. BILL HEADS, INVOICE FORMS, RECEIPT NOTE FACSIMILE AND WRITTEN CIRCULARS, LETTER AND NOTE HEADINGS, BANK CHEQUES, STOCK AND SHARE CERTIFICATES PATTERN BOOKS AND SHEETS, ADDRESS CARDS, TRADE CARDS, PRICES CURRENT MINUTES OF DIRECTORS MEETING, LAW WRITING, EXECUTED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE AND ON THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS. BY ASKEW ROBERTS, WOODALL & VENABLES LITHOGRAPHIC AND LETTERPRESS STEAM PRINTERS, COLOUR STAMPERS AND PRINTERS, ENGRAVERS AND DIE SINKERS, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS AND ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURERS, CAXTON STEAM PRINTING WORKS, AND BAILEY BAD, OSWESTRY. f BUSINESS ADDRESSES. U -_u_- BY ROYAL LETTERS PATENT. The PERFECTION GAS APPARATUS, which enables every one to make his own Gas. The ELECTRIC and ELECTRO-PNEUMATIC HOUSE BELLS, which supersede the old system of Bellhanging. The New Mode of Gas Lighting, with a saving of from 25 to 50 per cent., with the Barwell, Son, and Fisher's DUPLEX BURNER, by which one Company saved 11,000 feet in 14 days—in complete sets, as supplied to the St. James's Theatre, Globe Theatre, Salisbury Hotel, London; Theatre Royal, Birming- ham. The Aquarium, Rink, Theatre, &c., &c., Lower Grounds, Aston, and other large buildings, are successfully illuminated witli the Duplex Burners and Glasses. Complete, in sets, throwing different Shades and Reflections. <:> The SUN AUTOMATIC GAS APPARATUS. PROSPECTUSES, &c, ON APPLICATION TO OUR AGENTS FOR CARDIGANSHIRE, BRECONSHIRE, RADNORSHIRE, MERIONETHSHIRE. E. MARPOLE & SON, PLUMBERS, PAINTERS, GASFITTERS, AND HOUSE DECORATORS, LLANIDLOES. FEB. 18th, 1880.. STEAM SAW MILLS, ABERYSTWYTH. R. ROBERTS and SONS, TIMBER AND SLATE MERCHANTS, HAVE JUST DISCHARGED PRIME CARGOES 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 & FITCH PINE LOGS, & PITCH PINE FLOORING BOARDS, PLANED, TONG-UED, AND GROOVED. SAWING, PLANING, MOULDING, &c., BY MACHINERY. A Number of Well-made WHEELBARROWS on Sale. FIREWOOD, ROBERT ELLIS, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, TERRACE-ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. PRESCRIPTIONS DISPENSED. AN ASSORTMENT OF CHEST AND LUNG PROTECTORS. A 1 COD LIVER OIL. N.B.-FOUR DOORS FROM THE MARINE-TERRACE. ABERYSTWYTH SAW MILLS AND JOINERY WORKS. JAMES WILLIAMS BEGS to announce that he is prepared to supply from his Saw Mills and Joinery Works, Llanbadarn-road JD DOORS, WINDOWS, MOULDINGS, and BEADINGS of every kind, STAIRCASES, GREENHOUSES and every description of Joinery required in housebuilding. .'o SAWING BY CONTRACT. ALL KINDS OF WELL-SEASONED BOARDS ALWAYS ON HAND. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR NEW BUILDINGS AND FOR ALTERATIONS. JOBBING WORK OF ALL SORTS EXECUTED. THE MANAGEMENT OF FUNERALS UNDERTAKEN. RELIANCE HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite the Meat Market,) and 7, PIER STREET. WILLIAM PROBIN, WORKING LAPIDARY, JEWELLER, AND SILVERSMITH, BEGS to inform the Gentry, Inhabitants, and Visitors of Aberystwyth, that he has now on hand a well- 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 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. M. H. DAVIS and SON, ABERYSTWYTH, SOLICIT INSPECTION OF THEIR STOCK FOR THE SEASON OF CHAFF CUTTERS, TURNIP CUTTERS AND PULPERS, BY THE LEADING MAKERS. ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. Ifir ONE OF THE MOST EXTENSIVE STOCKS OF GENERAL IRONMONGERY IN THE PRINCIPALITY. 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, Lobste23, Sardines, &c. HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS. McDOUGALL'S SELF-RAISING FLOUR. A CONSTANT SUPPLY OF CROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S GOODS. T. POWELL & Co., MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, HAVE a quantity of FORBIDDEN FRUIT on Sale, 3d. each; also GRAPES, APPLES, and ORANGES. SPECIAL NOTICE! SPECIAL NOTICE SPECIAL NOTICE! J. H. EDWARDS, DRAPER, 4, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, BEGS to inform his numerous Customers and the General Public, that his sale of DRAPERY GOODS will commence on MONDAY, MARCH 1ST, and will be CONTINUED TO THE FIFTEENTH, when all Goods will be Sold Much Under Price. TERMS :—" ONE PRICE AND READY MONEY." 4 SLATES 1 -SLATES!! SLATES!?! From Best Quarries Only, and like quality cannot be purchased anywhere under our prices. WHOLESALE ON TRUCKS AT MACHYNLLETH, POKTMADOC, AND CARNARVON. BUILDING AND WHEELWRIGHT TIMBER. A NUMBER OF STRONG MADE WHEELBARROWS, FROM 12s. TO 13s. EACH. EDWARDS and EVANS, Tregaron. RHEIDOL FOUNDRY, MORFA MAWR, ABERYSTWYTH. WILLIAMS & METCALFE ENGINEERS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, MANUFACTURERS OF PUMPING, WINDING,'CRUSHING, AND DRESSING MACHINERY FOR MINES. STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS, INJECTORS, &c., REPAIRED. T. WiLLiAMS begs to thank his numerous customers for their support in the past, and hopes the new firm will receive a continuance of the same. MANUFACTURERS PURVEYORS TO H.R.H. BY SPECIAL WARRANT ^IBR THEPRINCEOFWAI.ES. gGOLD .1 pARis. EXHIBITION MJP HONOURS PARIS 1373 dlfHHp 'P^&iTHECROSS LEGION .C « VQUALITV^] f-^ASKFOR^ UNIFORM .RL2.M GENUINE OR AND OFHONOUR DOUBLESUPERFINE .UNSURPASSED. -M — IMMBIIIMM—M I IN SQUARE TINS. „ uNSU2PASS,ED. m U STARDINSQUARETINS. ESTABLISHED 1 8 1 2.. Proctor and Ryland's Bone Manures, PREPARED FOR TURNIPS, GRASS, WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, POTATOES, &C. ALSO, SUP E R P H 0 SP H Å T E OF LIME. BIRMINGHAM AND CHESTER. A Price List with particulars of Prizes offered for 1880, post free on application. AGENTS: Mr. JOEL MORGAN, Bryn-yr-ychain, Aberystwyth. Mr. JOHN HUMPHREYS, Coal Merchant, Towyn. Mr. WILLIAM MORGAN, Garn House, Bow Street. Mr. R. GILLART, junior, Llynlloedd, Machynlleth. Messrs. JOHN EVANS and SON, Llanbedr. Mr. GODFREY PARRY, Llansantffraid, Corwen. Mr. J. J. BANCROFT, Chemist, Ruthin. Mr. ROBERT THOMAS, Llandderfel, Corwen. I a I I WaTr RECKITTS PARIS BLUE y^egeut! As bad qualities are often substituted. The genuine is used by ^c Launares As bad qualities are often substituted. The genuine is used by ^c Launares THE PB'SOESS OF WiiLES AND DUCHESS OF EDINBURGH.