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-n_- PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. The Charges for the insertion of PREPAID ADVER- TISEMENTS referring to F*°TR.SES TO p,s LET, APARTMENTS WANTED, *P°TRSES WANTED, APARTMENTS TO BE LET, STATIONS WANTED, MISCELLANEOUS WANTS, SITUATIONS VACANT, ARTICLES LOST AN D FOUND Are as follows:— 3 Lines (seven words to a line). 1 0 Ditto, Three insertions 2 0 4 5 Lines (seven words to a lino 1 G Difctc, Tines insertions 3 6 ti Ditto, Six insertions 6 0 each" additional line over five lines, when there is 0ile insertion, 4d.; when there are three insertions, Qt. more 3d. Pittances may be made in Postage Stamps; Half- penny Stamps preferred. Ao Credit is charged l.e.8 than 18. 6d. wanteD. V\Tanted, a highly educated youth at the ,J V Cambrian News Office to be articled. He will ^.t'aorongldv trained in reporting, sub-editing, and iL7^ng. A 'premium required.—Apply, Editor Carii- Neii;# News Office, Aberystwyth. WANTED^ a situation by a COACHMAN, who can be well recommended from former ltttationS-Olle of three years, one of four years, and a1* of six years.-Apply D. D., Cambrian News Office, twyth. ANTEI), a situation as HOUSEMAID V or PARLOURMAID. Good character from ast place.—Apply, X.X., Cambrian News Office, Aber- h. NTED, a young man as Butcher, to live 1 » in. Must be sober, honest, and willing to make 'ttiself generally useful. State salary.—STEALKY, jWyn. To DEAR F-, Why have you not sent what you promised ? Have been anxiously Do send it and all shall be forgiven. fiunr.. ANTED an experienced Housemaid, accustomod to children; good plain sewer. ^Pply to Mrs. J. Sherwin Green, 5, Laura Square, Aber- mvyth. ANTED a Lady, 2 Hours each day, to A* instruct Four little Girls in good Music.— Pply Mrs. J. Sherwin Green, 5, Laura Square, Aber- th. rp0 WELSH FARMERS. — Wanted from 60 to 100 lbs of FRESH BUTTER to London Weekly State Terms. Address—E. E. Dairy, 218, .^Dsey Road, London, N. NOTICE. \\TANTED, Old Ledgers, Account Books, Newspapers, Pamphlets, Memorandums, Let- ?*s> Envelopes, and all kinds of Old Papers, for re- ■^Ufacturiiig. The papers can be packed and sealed J? seller's presence, sent direct to the mills, and reduced j Pllc<i to pulp. Bags sent, and packer if required.— ^J^CILQUIIAM, Aberystwyth. MUSICIANS connected with Brass Bands or t, Fife and Drum Bands should apply to R. J. and SONS, when wanting New Instruments or rail's. Price List on application, 10, St. Anne-Street, rPOol (First Shop from Islington). Second-hand Instruments and Drums always n stock. ^Accordions from 4s. 6d.; Concertinas from 2s. 6d.; Strings from 2d. to 8d. Harp Strings from 3d. O be fct. fO LET, a Sitting-room and Five Bedrooms in a beautiful part of North Wales, near the sea Jrailway Terms moderate.—Address, Bryn Hyfryd, ^Hylech. po BE LET, with immediate possession, hi ELiAl COTTAGE, with large Garden attached, eixlltif,lll situated on the banks of tho Ystwyth. St Ul^es from Aberystwyth, half a mile from Church, au''1 Post Office. Land in addition, if required. Wj^ppl}- to ROBERTS and EVANS, Solicitors, Aberyst- TO BE LET OR SOLD, the Dwelling-house Ko. 10, New Street, (close to the College and Bank). Apply for particulars to Mr. John Thomas, .I'Jper, Great Darkgate Street. Aberystwyth. GWYN, Dolgelley.-—To he Let with immediate poossession. For terms and parti- -jvppl y to Mr. John Lloyd, Currier, Dolgelley. "BRYNHYFRYD, DOLGELLEY. J'O BE LET, Furnished or Unfurnished.— tV For terms and particulars apply to Mr J. ELLIS, Cottage, Dolgelley. cl llEDRE HALL PENRHYNDEUDRAETH, NORTH WALES. APARTMENTS for Private Families. Ex- ^}1 eellent spot for pure mountain air, with Green to'J, ^Yalks. Ten minutes' walk from the seashore, b J and Cold Baths within. Fishing. Snowdon, 'lii ^elert view. Coach-house and Stable. Five tin fces' walk to tlie Minffordd and Cambrian Junc- j\ 118 near Portmadoc. Terms moderate.—Apply, JOHN ^vJEs J^O LET. —Two DWELLING-HOUSES, IF- NOS. 6, Vulcan-street, and 7, Penmaesglas-road, 0\v rystwyth. Well fitted.—Apply, Mr. MORGAN 'St. Michael's Place, Aberystwyth. pO LET, Two New HOUSES and SHOPS (]S' in Terrace-road, the principal street of the town. tQ ^Pation may be had in May.—Apply for terms, &c., RICHARD WATKIXS, 50, Marine-terrace, Aber- ^Ttln | J LET.—An excellent and convenient DWELLING-HOUSE situated in Church-street, ^'stwyth, opposite the Assembly Rooms. The Wrf v,"as recently in the occupation of Mr. Hackney, kitr.j.s been thoroughly refitted. The house contains fo? laundiy, parlour, breakfast-room, drawing- A?n}> 8 bedrooms, bath-room, and 2 W.C.'s, &c.— *PPly to Mr. R. JONES, No. 10, Marine Parade, ^rystwvth. RALA, NORTH WALES.—TO BE LET, ljl?\T with immediate possession, the compact RESI- fcJpCE called GLANTEGID, adjoining the town of 3*ith Two Front Parlours, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Of >r Bedrooms, with Garden, Stable, and Three Acres adjoining the premises if required.—Apply to C^Owen, Goat Inn, Bala. ABERYSTWYTH. TO LET. A lady 13\¡ wishes to let her house (well-furnished) for the ^llliner months or by the year. The house contains a,.r,ee sitting-rooms, four bedrooms, servants' rooms, W1 eVerv convenience. Small garden and greenhouse. ^hiutes' walk from the sea. Terms very ^erate to a careful tenant.—Apply, Alpha, Cambrian ee, Aberystwyth. A BERYSTWYTH. — TO LET, a Double Licensed House.—Good Position—near Markets, y Trade.—Ingoing, including Fixtures, &c., £ 50. 9, 1: AT Ctorv reasons for leaving.—Apply—^ E., ■ket Street, Aberystwyth. S S W 0 0 D ESTATE, CARDIGANSHIRE. LET from Michaelmas next D0LF0P-* Aoj-n FARM, close to Trawscoed Station. Extent 2o9 J^ij Mostly Aralde. Excellent Farm House and 1i'Ol'Ilg: ta,+ Particulars or to view apply to R. GARDINER, ^tSce, Rirchgrove, Aberystwyth. be So lb. OOnirns UCHA, COMMINS COCH, LLANBADARIN FAWR. EEHOLD COTTAGE AND LAND to J.Ù'.v¡:' sold by PRIVATE TREATY. Apply to ,1> LLLIS, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth. 1 be PHEASANTS' Eggs for Disposal. Fresh JL and fertile. Price 12s. a dozen. From very fine birds.—HEAD KEEPER, Dolserau Hall, Dolgelley. OR SALE, a 50 inch special TANGENT, f by the Coventry Tangent and Tricycle, Co., in splendid condition, new last season—Will he sold at a reduction. Cost E16.-Apply by letier Nc. 598. Office of this Paper. BICYCLE ON SALE.—Desideratum, 46 inches. Finely painted in gold, black, and red; roller bearings, self adjusting Stanley head, double lever spoon brake, in excellent condition, very easy riding, weight complete 461bs. Adequate reason for selling.—For inspection and terms, apply J. J. Waller, University College, Aberystwyth. TO BE SOLD. ONE or TWO Splendid Houses in Llwyn- gwril, each consisting of four rooms on the bottom, large cellar, five bedrooms. Ground in front and back. River free for fishing. Station and sea close hy-fiyo miles from Barmouth, six from Towyn. Lease 99 years. Built 1870.—Apply to DAVID OWEX, Craigydon, Llwyngwril, Merionethshire. §itles b i) iict: o u. SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. MONTHLY SALES OF LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, etc. 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 Sniithfield, Aberystwyth, on the FIRST MONDA Y IN ErERY JIONTH. At Eleven o' clock. ENTRIES FOR THE SALE ON MONDAY JUNE 7. Respectfully solicited. L To be sent in at least a week previous to sale, to be in- cluded in catalogues and advertisements. CORN MARKET, ABERYSTWYTH. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Removed for Convenience of Sale. MR. G. T. SMITH will Sell by Auction, on Tuesday next, June 1st, at 6 o'clock in the evening, at the Corn Market, a large and varied assort- mcnt of Superior Modern Household Furniture, the property of MR. FRASER, and received from the Blue Bell Inn for convenience of Sale. Three months credit above £ 5. Particulars in Posters. CARDIGANSHIRE. Sale of VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATES in the Parish of Ciliau Ayron. MR. G. T. SMITH has been instructed by T. H. R. Winwood, Esq., to offer for Sale by Auction, On WEDNESDA Y, 9th of June, 1880, At Two o'clock in the Afternoon, at the Feathers Hotel, Aberayron, the following desirable and well situated FREEHOLD FARMS, comprising altogether an area of nearly 300 acres of superior Arable, Pasture, and Woodland, in a good state of cultivation, well supplied with water, intersected by excellent roads, all having capital Dwelling-houses and Buildings, and let to respectable yearly tenants:— Lot. Farm. Parish. Acreage. 1 Pantyrhen Cilie Ayron 65 2 30 2 Foelallt ditto 152 3 0 3 Tanvgaer ditto 56 0 11 4 Cae Mawr ditto 6 2 36 5 Plas Bach (with Forge) ditto 2 3 23 Total. 284 0 20 Particulars, with plans and conditions of sale, may shortly be obtained of Mr. G. T. SMITH, Auctioneer and Land Agent, Aberystwyth, or of Messrs. WADIIAM, CHILTON, and GREEN-ARMYTAUE, Solicitors, Bristol. In Liquidation.—By Order of Vice-Chancellor Sir Charles Hall. PIER AT TOWYN, NORTH WALES. UP SET PRICE £500. MESSRS. HARDS, VAUGHAN, and JEN- L KINSON, will offer for Sale by Auction, at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, Bank of England, On WEDNESDAY, the 2nd day of JUNE, 1880, in one lot, the valuable FREEHOLD LAND, part of the foreshore and bed of the sea (extending 1,200 feet) at Towyn, in the county of Merioneth, held by direct grants from the Crown subject to a perpetual annual rental of 2s. (if demanded) together with the partly constructed PIER, and two substantially built PIER HOUSES, comprising Refreshment and Waiting Rooms, Pier Master s House, Sleeping Rooms, Pier Office, Lavatories, &c., approached by massive iron gates. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had of ADAM RIVERS STEELE, Esq.. Solicitor, 21, College Hill, E,C.; of W ILLIAM PAICE, Esq. (the official liquidator), 9, Hart-street, Bloomsbury, W.C.; or of the AUCTION- EERS, 6, Moorgate-street, E.C. BLAENWAUN, LLANBADARN-TREFEGLWYS. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. GRIFFITH GRIFFITHS, has been instructed to sell by Public Auction, On THURSDAY, June lotit, 1880, at two o'clock in the afternoon, -,tt the COMMERCIAL INN. CILCENIN, subject to conditions to be then pro- duced, all that FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS, known as Blaenwaun, otherwise Tydwl, and situate in the Parish of Llanbadarn-Trefeglwys, in the County of Cardigan. There is a substantially built Farm-house, and also commodious Out-buildings erected on the Farm. The premises contain in the whole by admeasurement 25 Acres, or thereabout. KET For further particulars apply to Mr. Griffith Jones, Solicitor, Aberystwyth, or to the Auctioneer at Aberayron. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. SALE OF THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE known as "BRONGORON W Y, situate within a mile of the town of Festiniog. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MESSRS. W. DEW and SON at the Penywern Arms Hotel, Festiniog, On THURSDA Y, the 10th day of JUNE, 1880, At Two o'clock p.m., subject to conditions then and there to be produced. All that very desirable Freehold Estate comprising the Farms of BRONGORONWY, BRON'RERW, TYDDYNGWYN-MAWR, TYDDYNGWYN-BACH, and LLETTY NEST, situatd in the parish of Festin- iog, in the County of Merioneth, containing 23aa. Or. 17p. or thereabouts, of good arable pasture and meadow land, together with a right of pasturage sheep on the Festiniog mountain. Ine land adjoins the high road, and is situate wiinin a mile of the P, estliioc, Station of the Bala and Festiniog Railway. The celebrated River Cynfal runs through the property, which is situated in a delightful position, forming one end of the well-known Valley of Cwm- cynfal. J The land comprises several eligible building sites, commanding extensive sea and mountain views. There is on the property a Slate and Slab Quarry, which has not been worked for some time, but which, it is believed, could be made a profitable concern at a comparatively small outlay, and there are also indica- tions of copper and lead on some of the farms. The whole will first be put up in one lot, and if not so sold, then in eight separate and convenient lots. plilis and particulars may be had at any of tac Hotels in tHe county, of Messrs. JOXES and JONES, Solicitors, Portmadoc, and of the AUCTIONEERS Welneld House, Bangor, and Town Hall, Rhyl. alts by uction. .I- P E N-Y-B R Y N CLOSE TO THE TOWN OF CARNARVON. Large and Attractive Sale of the whole of the Costly Household Furniture, Val-Liibl-, Oil Paintings, by well-known Masters, Engravings, Curious Old Prints, Old and Modern China, Plated Goods, &c. Hand- some Carriages and Cart Horses, Valuable Carriages, Excellent Milch Cows, Pis, Poultry, Firiiiing Implements, Hay and Straw; Sporting Dog's a Choice Collection of Green-House Plants the Cellar, of Rare Wine, &c. MESSRS. WM. DEW and SON have been instructed by Wm. Hayward, Esq. (who is changing his residence), to Sell by Public Auction, on the premises, as above, on Thursday, Iriday, and Saturday, the 3rd, 4th, and 5th, and Monday and Tues- day, the 7th and 8th days of June, 1880, the whole of the Valuable and Carefully Selected HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Elegant Dining and Drawing Room Suites, Turkey and Brussels Carpets, Noble Pier Glasses, a Grand Pianoforte by Wornum, a Choice Cellar of Wines. The contents of 7 Bedrooms, Kitchens, &c., Plated Goods. Oil Paintings by Bromley, McAlpine, Bergham, Cuyp, Morris, Sherlock, Ostade, Wilson, Cob, J. M. Turner, Sharpe, R. C. Cobbet; Proof Engravings after Landseer, Ansdell, Herring, Webb, Calvert, and others. Carriages and Cart Horses, Milch Cows, Pedigreed Short-horn Heifers, First Class Implements Carriages, Harness, Saddlery and Clothing, Hay, Straw, Greenhouse, Plants, and Garden Tools. The whole may be viewed on Wednesday, the 2nd day of June, 1880, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Catalogues showing Order of Sale may be had at any of the Hotels in the Counties of Anglesey, Carnarvon, Merioneth, and Denbigh on the premises and of the Auctioneers, Wellfield House, Bangor, and Town Hall, Rhyl. 521 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. SALE OF A VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM, Situate in the Parish of Llanfair, known as DINAS BOCHELLIN, Containing 177A. 2n, 34p. MESSRS. WM. DEW & SON will Sell by Public Auction, In the Month of JUiYE next, at Barmouth, the above Farm in Lots. It is distant three and a half miles from Pensarn, and running down to the celebrated river Artro. Further particulars will appear in future advertise- ment, and in the meantime may be obtained of Messrs. ALLEN & Sox, 17, Carlisle-street, Soho Square London, zin(I and of the AUCTIONEERS, Wellfield House, Bangor and Town Hall, Rhyl. Bangor, April 28, 18S0. MERIONETHSHIRE, NORTH WALES, FREEHOLD ESTATE, Situate at Abercowarach, near Dinas Mawddwy, com- prising several Farms, called Tan-y-foel, Pen-y-bryn, Glan-yr-afon, Caer-argau, Bont-ddu, Tan-y-berth, and Nant-yr-henfaes, with the old established ABER- COWARCH FLANNEL FACTORY, now in full work and convinently situated, with the goodwill of the Business, Plant and Machinery, excellent RESI- DENCE, with Outbuildings and Warehouses at- tached, and Workmen's Cottages; also the exclusive right of Pasturage over sound and very conveniently situated Sheepwalks, the whole covering an area of 240 Acres or thereabouts, To BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY MR. WILLIAM WILLIAMS (by direction of the Mortgagees of the Estate of Mr. PI. D. Evans, now in Liquidation), in the large room at the Buckley Arms Hotel, Dinas Mawddwy, On THURSDAY, 3rd JUNE, isso, At Three o'clock in the Afernoon, precisely, in the following or such other Lots as may be determined upon at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions to be then produced:— LOT 1. The Old-established FLANNEL FACTORY, com- pletely fitted with necessary machinery, with an unfail- ing and plentiful supply of Water, and now in operation, situate at Abercowarch, in the parish of Llany- mawddwy, together with the Buildings, Warehouses, and Wool Store-rooms connected therewith; also the compact and desirable RESIDENCE, called Tanyfoel, adjoining ithe Warehouses, with the Farm Buildings, and Farms called Tanyfoel, Caer Argau, Bont-ddu, and part of Penybryn, now in the occupation of Richard Evans, and John Da vies, and containing together 35a. Or. 19p. Also the FIVE WORKMEN'S COTTAGES, in the several occupations of Samuel Midgeley, Sarah Thomas, Edmund Morris, David Evans, and Jane Roberts; together with the small CHAPEL and COT- TAGE adjoining, subject to an unexpired Lease to:tlie Calvanistic;Methodist denomination, at a ground rent of 9s. per annum; and the exclusive right of PASTURAGE upon the Sheepwalk, No 43 on the plan, and containing 27a. 3r. 33p., or thereabouts. LOT 2. Part of the FARM called PENYBRYN, and the FARM called GLANYRAFON, in the occupation of John Davies, and containing 20a. lr. 36p., with the exclusive right of Pasturage on Sheepwalk, No 70 on the plan, and containing 50a. 3r. 21 p., or thereabouts. LOT 3. The FARM called TANYBERTH, now In the occu- pation of David Hughes, and containing 17a. Or. 38p., with the exclusive right of Pasturage on Sheepwalk, No. 22 on the plan, and containing 27a. 3r. 36p., or thereabouts. LOT 4. The FARM called NANT-YR-HENFAES, now in the occupation of David Hughes and John Jones, and containing 26a. Or. 31 p., with the exclusive right of Pasturage on Sheepwalk, No. 21 on the plan, contain- ing 35a. Or. 33p., or thereabouts. The Estate is distant about H miles from Dinas Mawddwy Railway Station, about 12 miles from Machynlleth, and 10 from Dolgelley, and lies in the immediate neighbourhood of the celebrated "ARRAN MAWDDWY," is surrounded with exceedingly fine Mountain Scenery, and affords one or more charming sites for building. The river Cowarch runs through the Property, and its vicinity to the well-known RIVER DOVEY, in whicb Salmon, Sewin, and Trout abound, offer in- ducements to the Angler, and render a residence in so charming and healthy a locality very desirable. Plans and Particulars may be obtained from the AUCTIONEER, Salop-road, Oswestry; at the place of Sale; and of MR G. D. HARRISON, Solicitor, Welshpool. 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 MONDAY, JUNE 7, at One o'clock. Entries and applications for terms to be sent to Mr. E. J. MORGAN, auctioneer, Penllwyn. DOLGELLEY. IMPORTANT TO TANNERS, CURRIERS, AND OTHERS: TO BE DISPOSED OF .BY PRIVATE TREATY. ALL that valuable Freehold Tanyard, Cottage, Buildings, and Premises situate at Dolgelley, where an extensive and most lucrative business has been carried on for upwards of half a century. The premises are admirably adapted for the business, com- manding a never failing supply of water, replete with the most modern improvements, and capable of turning out from 80 to 100 hides a week. For further particulars, and to treat, apply to JOHN ROBERTS, Esq., Solicitor, or to Mr. JOIIN PRITCHARD, Auctioneer, both of Bangor, North Wales. I bii JUictioir. PARISH OF TOWYN. SALE OF A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MR. O. DANIEL has been favoured with instructions from Mr. Lloyd to Sell by Auction, at the Lion Hotel, .Machynlleth, Oil Wednf-<d«y, JUNE 9th, 1880, at 2 30 in the afternoon, subject to conditions to he then and there produced, all that valuable FREE- HOLD FARM called Pantycarneddau, situate -about three miles from the village of Pennal, on the turnpike road, leading from Towyn to Machynlleth, comprising 71a. 2r. 30p., or thereabouts of arable and pasture laud, now in the occupation of Evan Lewis, yearly tenant. The tenant will show the property. For plan and particulars and any further inform- ation, apply to Mr. O. DANIEL, Auctioneer, Towyn. Solicitor—W. R. DAVIES, Esq., Dolgelley. GARTHGWYNION NEAR MACHYNLLETH. An Important Sale of HORSES, CATTLE, FARM- ING IMPLEMENTS, CARRIAGE, HARNESS, &c., the property of the late Mr. M, E. Lewis, deceased. MR. OWEN DANIEL, will Sell by Auction at Garthgwynion, On FRIDA Y, the 11th day of J UX, E, 1880. The whole of the valuable Stock, comprising CATTLE :—Seven grand Milch Cows, six thriving Yearlings, two Bullocks, and six Calves. HORSES :—A very powerful Waggon Horse, seven year-old, one ditto three year-old, Mare and foal, and a very useful Hack Mare. PIGS and POULTRY :—One Hog, six couple barn Fowl. CARRIAGES :—A light running four wheel Phaeton, Invalid Carriage. IMPLEMENTS:—Three Carts, Iron Horse Rake, Thrashing Machine, Chaff Cutter, Harrow, Plough, Weighing Machine, Winnowing do., ScufHer, Roller, Turnip Drill, Scythes, Forks, Rakes, Hoes, Spades, Garden Hose, Wheelbarrows, Ladders, Grinding- stone, Cow Ties, Ropes, &e. SADDLEROOM :—,Sett Single Harness, complete, two Riding Saddles, Bridles, Head Collars, Horse Cloths, Bitts. Carriage Whips, two Setts Thill Gear, Long Traces, Scotch do., Carriage Jack, &c., &c. WOOL :—A clip of excellent Wool.—DAIRY UTEN- SILS. Descriptive Catalogues may be had at the Principal Hotels in Machynlleth, and of the Auctioneer at Towyn. Terms,—Cash. Luncheon at 11. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, prompt. public itoticcs. YNYSCYNHAIARN LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH. -ATOTICE is Hereby Given, that the Accounts -1A for the District of Ynyscynliaiarn will be audited and examined by Edward Morgan, Esq., the Auditor of Accounts, relating to the relief of the poor for the Festinio^ Union, at 14, Snowdon-street, Portmadoc, on Tuesday" the 8th day of June, 1880, at 9 o'clock in the forenoon. By Order of the Board, JOB THOMAS, Clerk. Portmadoc, 15th May, 1880. FFESTINIOG, MAENTWROG, AND HARLECH TURNPIKE TRUST. "1VTOTICE is Herby Given, that the General i_> Annual Meeting of the Trustees of the above Turnpike Trust will be held at the Blue Lion Inn, Harlech, on Monday, the 31st day of May next, at Twelve o'clock at noon, for the purpose of Auditing the Accomita of the Treasurer and Surveyor for the year ended the 25th day of March last, and for transacting such other business as may be required relating to the said Trust. Dated the 29th day of April, 1880. J. P. ROBERTS, Portmadoc. Clerk of the Trustees. THE GLANDOVEY SLATE COMPANY, LIMITED,—WORKS GLANDOVEY. OFFICES :—20 Great Winchester, street, London, E. C. TRUSTEES FOR BOND HOLDERS, J. HUISH, ESQ., J.P.. SMALLEY HALL, DERBY, R AYLMER. BEACONSFIELD CLUB, PALL MALL. DIRECTORS. MAJOR GENERAL WINTON, South Norwood Surrey W. A. WHITE, Horn Park, Lee, Kent, J. HUISH, Esq., J.P., Smalley Hall, Derby, R. AYLMER, Beaconsfield Club, Pall Mall. The works will be completed and the machinery at work in a few days. Inspection is invited. Messrs. Richardson & Co.. Brokers, 11 Queen Vic- toria-street, London, E,C., invite subscription for £1000 worth of A;10, ten per cent. First Mortgage Bonds of the Company. The Bonds will be redeemed 1st July, 1884. The interest is paid half-yearly 1st January and 1st July, secured on the whole of the Company's pro- perty and effects, present and future. MANOR OF MAWDDWY. OTICE is hereby given that the COURTS -L i LEET View of Frankpledge and Court Baron of the Lord of the Manor of Mawddwy, for Easter, 1880, will be held at the times and places undermentioned, Nriz,-At the Buckley Arms Hotel, Dinasmawddwy, on Wednesday, the 16th day of June, 1880, at Eleven o'clock in the forenoon, for the Manor, and at the same place on Thursday, the 17th day of June, 1880, for the City and Borough, at One o'clock in the afternoon, when and where all Jurors, Constables, Homagers, and others owing suit and service, are required to attend. L W. R. DAVIES, Steward. Dolgelley, May 22nd, 1880. BOROUGH OF PWLLHELI. TO SEWERAGE CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are required for the construction of Main Sewers, Manholes, Lampholes, Flushing Chambers, and works connected therewith, for the Drainage of the town of Pwllheli. Plans and Specifications may be seen at my Offices, Pwllheli, and the Offices of Mr. Thomas Roberts, C.E., Portmadoc. The Engineer will supply Bills of Quantities. Tenders to be sent to me, sealed and endorsed, Tender for Main Sewerage," not later than 12 o'clock (noon) on Friday, the ISth June, 1880. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. OWEN OAVEN, Towx CLERK. Council Chambers, Pwllheli, May 24th, 1880. UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, LIMITED. Established 1837. Paid-up Capital fli,500,000 Reserve Fund 816,500 £ 2,316,500 Reserve Liability of Proprietors 3,000,000 Total Capital and Reserve Funds zC5,316,500 Letters of Credit and Bills on Demand or at Thirty Day's Sight, are granted on the Bank's Branches throughout Australia and New Zealand. BILLS ON THE COLONIES are negotiated and sent for collection. DEPOSITS are received, for fixed periods, on terms which may be ascertained on application. W. R. MEWBURN, Manager. 1, Bank Buildings, Lothbury, London, E.C. AGRICULTURE IN WALES. — PRICE One Shilling. Post free for fourteen stumps.— Address—Manager Cambrian News Office, Aberyst- wyth. (Eiutctftiott. BRYNARVOR SCHOOL, TOWYN. PRIXCIPAL MR. EDWIN JONES, M.R.C.P., Assisted by qualified RESIDENT MASTERS for Classics, English, Mathematics, Modern Languages, Music, &c. BRYNARYOR HALL, commodious and 3 well-fitted, has been specially erected for the accommodation and tuition of boarders. It is beauti- fully situated in an eminently healthy locality, with extensive playgrounds, cricket field, and gardens at- tached, altogether making the finest and most desirable school premises in the Principality. Pupils are prepared for the various examinations con- nected with the universities and colleges, for the learned professions, banking and commercial pursuits. Chis.sex are held in connection, ii;ith the. Science and Art Department, the examinations briny held in May in each jear. The school year consists of ihree TamR. FOR TERMS, &c., APPLY TO THE PBJNCIPAL 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. Qualified Foreign and English Ass;sttiits. Terms and prospectuses may be had on application. "GWELL DYSG NA GOLUD." LADIES'COLLEGIATESCHOOL ABERYSTWYTH. Principal, Mrs. E. MARIE JONES, (F. C. College, Glas- gow). Pupils are prepared for the Local, the Civil Service and the Training Colleges Preliminery 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. Mario Jones. French, Italian, Calisthenics—Signorina Chambeaud. Geology, Botany, and Astronomy—Mrs. Jones. Music-Miss Turner and Simorina Chambeaud. Drawing, Painting, and Book-keeping—Mrs. Jones. Elocution—Mrs. E. M. Jones (late pupil of Harcourt Beatty, Prof. of Elocution at Glasgow University). A TRAINING CLASS FOR GOVERNESS. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. FOUNDED IX 1812. Trustees—The Rev. Chancellor Phillips, Vicar of Aber- ystwyth Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart., Gogerddan; Thomas Bonsall, Esquire, Glanrheidol Rev. J. Pugh Vaughan Davies, Esquire and George Williams, Esquire. Head Master—Mr. EDWARD JONES, Government Science Master (and in special honours of the Uni- versity of London). Second Master—Mr. J. C. ALCOCK, of Exeter College, Oxford. Mr. Alcock obtained honours (senior) in Latin, Greek, French, and Music, at the Oxford Local Examinations in 1876. Junior Assistant-Mr. T. WOOD ROBINSON. The Head Master receives a few boarders at Jasper House. The reports of examiners, list of successes, and terms may be had on application. The School re-opens on Monday, the26th of January, when Exhibitions of £ 5 each will be given to the best three boys who enter from the primary schools of the neighbourhood. ABERYSTWYTH—CAERLEON HOUSE. SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. P R I C I PAL 1\1 I S S T R U B S II A W. Assisted by Masters, and Resident, Foreign, and English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge local examinations. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal. LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL, I FOUNDED 1805. HEAD MASTER Mr. THOS. H. WILLiAMS, B.A., (Oxen.), Late Scholar of Jesus College, and 2nd Class Honours Moderations. THE aim of the education given at this school will be such as to prepare young men for Matri- culation at the Universities and Lampeter College; also boys for the Oxford Local and Preliminary Ex- aminations. Terms :—Six Guineas a year. For further particulars and information apply to the HEADMASTER. THE COLLEGE, LLANDOVERY. VISITOR THE BISHOP OF ST. DAVID'S. WARDEN AND HEAD-MASTER :— REV. A. G. EDWARDS, M.A., late Scholar, Jesus College, Oxford. SECOXD MASTER :— C. B. WILLIAMS, M.A., late Open Scholar, Queen's College, Cambridge, 26th Wrangler, 1874. SCIENCE MASTER :— C. A. BUCKMASTER, M.A., Lincoln College, Oxford, First Class Natural Science, 1874, Fellow of the Chemical Society. CLASSICAL MASTER :— REV. G. W. GENT, B.A., late Open Scholar, Uni- versity College, Oxford; 2nd Class Classical Mods., 1873 1st Class Final Classicafschools, 1875 Proxime Accessit, Stanhope Historical Prize, 1872. COMPOSITION MASTER F. G. BRABANT, B.A., late Open Classical Scholar, Corpus Christi College, Oxford 1st Class Mathema- tical Mods., 1874; 1st Class Classical Mods., 1875; 1st Class Final Classical Schools, 1877. ASSISTANT CLASSICAL MASTER :— E. J. McCLELLAN. M.A., Exhibitioner, Queen's College, Oxford First Class Classical Mods., 1867. MASTER OF THE JUNIOR SCHOOL :— C. P. LEWIS, M.A., late Exhibitioner, Jesus College, Oxford. MASTER OF THE MODERN SCHOOL:- H. E. JUST, 1st Class, London University Diplom6 (in French and German), Mer. Institute, Stuttgart. Dp.A WIXG- D. SAUNDERS THOMAS, Certificated Teacher of the Science and Art Department, South Kensington. DRILL SERGEANT HOBAN. The School will re-open on Monday, September 15. Boarders are received by the Warden, and also by Mr Williams, Mr Gent, and Mr C. P. Lewis. For particulars apply to the Warden, the College, Llandovery. BALA GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER—Mr. W. T. PHILLIPS. PUPILS are thoroughly prepared for Com- mercial Pursuits, for the Preliminary Examina- tions required by the Law, College of Surgeons and Pharmaceutical Society, and for the Cambridge Local Examinations. During the past three years ten pupils have passed the Cambridge Local Examinations, five of the ten in Honours, two the Preliminary of the Pharmaceutical Society, and one the Preliminary of the College of Surgeons. Terms, &c., may be had on application to the Head Master. The next term began on Monday, April 12th, 1880. DRAWING SCHOOL ARERYSTWYTH. T\AILY CLASSES for DRAWING' and -LJ PAINTING—Freehand Model Drawing, Water- color and Oils. Classes will be formed for Sketching from Nature. Private Lessons Given. For particulars, apply to Miss K. VERXOX DAVYS, Brighton House, Marine Terrace. (Bbucation. MINAVON, ABERDOVEY. MR. HUBERT CORNISH. ODERATIONS Oxford, Pul)lic School and Gold Medallist in Classics and Mathematics, receives pupils, sons of gentlemen, and prepares them for Eton and other Public Schools. Seven years ex- perience. Special attention paid to backward boys. Mr. Cornish also prepares pupils for the Universities or Army. For terms and prospectus, apply to Mr. HUBERT CORNISH, Minavon, Aberdovey. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL AND GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Conducted by Mr T. OWENS, C.M. (in honours of the London University, and late Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales). Pupils prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the Civil Service, the learned Professions, the Universities, and for the various Training and Theological Colleges* Charges moderate. Terms on application. The School Re-opened on Monday, January 12th, 1880. ARDWYTN 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., B.A., University of London. Third Master—Mons. EUGENE B. de PELOUBET, of the University of France, and of the "Ecoledes Beaux Arts" of Paris. Fourth Master—Mr. TOM JONES, undergraduate of the University of London (Matriculation, in First Division). Music Master—D. JENKINS, Esq., Mus. Bac. (Cantab). Drilling Master—Sergeant-Ma j or HOLMES. mHE situation of Ardwyn is recognised as the JL most delightful and salubrious near the town of Aberystwyth it is within view of the sea, and is well sheltered from the northerly and easterly wimis. The House (expressly planned by a London Architect) is sur- rounded by three acres of ground laid out for Croquet, Play-ground, &c. Fpr Cricket and Football the boys have a field. not far from the house.. Mr. EDWARDS prepares his pupils specially for Ma- triculation at the Universities, for the Scholarship Examination at the University College of Wales, for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, for the Medical and Law Preliminary Examinations, as well as for Commercial Pursuits. There are Scholarships belonging to this School. TEKMS :—For Boarders, from 40 to 45 Guineas per annum Day Scholars, from 6 to 8 Guineas per annum. SHIPPING. Allan line SHORTEST OCEAN PASSAGE TO M E R I c A (COMPOSED OF TWEXTY FIRST-CLASS ROYAL MAIL Steamers). SAILING DAYS :—From LIVERPOOL every THURS- DAY and every alternate TUESDAY. From LONDON- DERRY every FRIDAY, and from QUEENSTOWN every alternate WEDNESDAY. TO CANADA AND THE UNITED STATES. THROUGH TICKETS to all points at SPECIAL RATES. PAMPHLETS on CAXADA, MANITOBA, and the WESTERN STATES of AMERICA also SPECIAL PAMPHLET, em- bodying Reports of the Tenant Farmers' Delegates to Canada, free on application. ASSISTED PASSAGES to Canada for Farm Labourers and Female Domestic Servants. Full particulars on application to ALLAN BROTHERS & CO., James Street, LIVERPOOL. Or to the Agents— EYAX JONES, Builder, Bala. GRIFFITH EDWARDS, 2, Ael-y-Don, Barmouth. LEWIS WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, &c., Dolgelley. WHITE STAR LINE ROYAL AND UNITED -l.' STATES MAIL STEAMERS. NOTICE.—The Steamers of this line take the Lane Routes recommended by Lieutenant Maury, on both the Out- ward and Homeward passages. LIVERPOOL to NEW YORK. Forwarding Passengers to all parts of the United States and Canada. These well-known magnificent Steamers are ap- pointed to sail weekly as under, carrying her Majesty's and the United States Mails GERMANIC Thursday, June 3 BALTIC Tuesday, June 8 CELTIC.Thursday, June 17 BRITTANNIC Thursday, June 24 ADRIATIC Tuesday, June 29 From NEW YORK. REPUBLIC Thursday, 20th May CELTIC Saturday, 27th May These splendid Vessels reduce the passage to the shortest possible time, and afford to Passengers the highest degree of comfort hitherto attainable at sea. r Average passage 81 days in Summer, 9 days hi Winter. Each Vessel is constructed in seven water- tight compartments. The Saloon, Ladies' Boudoir, State Rooms, and Smoking Rooms are amidships, and are luxuriously furnished and fitted with all modern conveniences pianos, libraries, electric bells, bath-rooms, barber's shop, &c. Saloon Passage, 15, 18, and 21 guineas; Return Tickets at reduced rates. The Steeraye accommodation is of the very hiyhest character, the rooms are ummialhj spacious, veil lighted, ventilated, and tvcirmed, and passenyers of this cla-ss tcilo find their comfort carefully studied, and the provisioning iinmrpojssed. Stewardesses in Steerage to attend the Women and Children. Drafts issued on New York free of charge. For Freight or Passage apply to J. D. HUGHES, 1, Railway Terrace, Aberystwyth. SIMOX BRYAX, Printer, &c., Llanfyllin. ISMAY, IMRIE AXD CO., 10, Water-street, Liverpool, And 34, Leadenhall Street, LONDON, E. business Jlbbrcsscs. IF YOU WANT > GOOD BOOTS YOU SHOULD GO TO D I C K S. ADDRESSES: ABERYSTWYTH. LAMPETER. MACHYNLLETH. NEWTOWN. DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH. REPAIRING CHEAP, NEAT AND SUBSTANTI CRICCIETH, PORTMADOC, FESTINIOG, AND DISTRICT. HOUSES FURNISHED & UNFURNISHED TO BE LET OR SOLD. APPLY TO G. J. BARNARD, 1, BAXK, PLACE, PORTMADOC.