CHOICE TEA BY PARCEL POST POSTAL ORDER TO US FOR 10s. WILL BRING YOU, CARRIAGE PAID 6 LBS. OF OUR MARVELLOUS is. 8d. TEA. THI IS AN OFFER WHICH SHOULD NOT BE MISSED. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO ALL ORDERS SENT BY POST. HOPKINS & co., TEA AND COFFEE MERCHANTS, 4, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. FIOTJSES TO BE LET ) APARTMENT WANTED. HOUSES WANTED APARTMENT TO BE LET. OITDATIONS WANTED MINC LLANEOUS WATKD I SITUATIONS VACANT | ARTICLES LOST AND FOUND. WK°- One Three Six Nine Thirteen *VQrd6. Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertion Insertion a. d. s. d. a. il, e. d, oil, d 21 0 20 36 46 56 28 16 3 C 46 56 70 "35 2 0 40 56 66 80 22650708096 49 3 0 1 Q 0 76 86 10 0 manttb, "WANTED to rent small GRASS frm. with housc having two SITTING AND SIX BEDROOMS.—ADDRESS, D.G., OFFICE OF THIS .PJJER. 6 Q950 W ANTED, in Aberystwyth, a. stable for two or three horses, Apply.—J. R. James, 12, North Parade, Aberystwyth. '='- q939 .POSTAGE STAMPS. Wanted to purchase an old collection, and either used or unused English stamps (except red 'PENNY used), issued previous to I860:—J. Lascelles, MR.ch- Y°Ueth. Q887 WANTED, a comfortable, medium-sized house and shop L9 with oven in Aberystwyth, not far from the sea; also to 15 acres of grazing land within easy distance, with •GILDING for same.—X.Y.Z., Hall Villa, Salop. q888 fiENERAL SERVANT, at once. Good plian cook, three in family. Housemaid kept.—Apply, 16, South Marine jjrrace, after 5 p m. Q04O W"ANTED, an experienced General Servant, who can do plain cooking. Mrs Watkins, Post Office, Borth. Y qP83 W ANTED, apprentice to the Upholstering; good opportunity FI for respectableyouth.— Premium required. Apply, J- D. ^11 ivan, 25, Great Datltgale Street, Aberystwyth. Q954 CJOACHBUILDING.—Wanted, a young man as improver to 1 Wheel and body-making also an apprentice.—Apply •JR. Jones and Sons, 0, North Parade. 1""b W ANTED, a general servant, one willing to learn cooking, preferred. Apply, Plynlymon House, Aberystwyth. q985 Ho bz %tt MR J. E. JAMES has a number of Free- hold and Leasehold Houses to be Let or old by Private Treaty Apply at once to the AUCTIONEER, 12. North Parade. Aberystwyth. q914 O BE LET the dwelling house and shop called" Medical Hall," late in the occupation of Mr. Richard Hughes, chemist situate at the corner of Great Darkgate Street and Jfarket Street, Aberystwyth. Apply to Joseph Davies, SOLICITOR, TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. Q98S TO LET, neat SEA, superior furnished rooms, large front DINING-ROOM, TWO BEDROOMS, KITCHEN, BATHROOM, &C., P'ano. Enquire 14, Pier Street. Q971 TO LET furnished APARTMENTS, two rooms, bed AND sitting- "*• ROOM. TERMS MODERATE.—APPLY MRS SAMUEL, BAY VIEW- COTTAGE, 1, BRYN-Y-MOR, ABERYSTWYTH. Q967 o BE LET, with immediate possession, that desirable gentle- "*• man's residence called Tynycoed, Caerdeon, situate on the Mawddach Estuary, 3 miles from Barmouth, together with the arm belonging thereto, containing about 73 acres of pasture, STABLE, and woodlands. Apply to Messrs Jones and Jones, Solicitors, Portmadoc. q844 be BORTH, CARDIGANSHIRE. FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, six Freehold Dwelling nouses and Shop.—Apply, Daniel, Son, Js Meredith, Auctioneers, Aberystwyth Q947 A BERYSTWYTH. TO be sold by private treaty two newly and substantial^' built Freehold Dwelling House, con- taining 10, rooms each, Immediate occupation.—Apply, 5?niel, Son and Meredith, Auctioneers, Aberystwyth. QTW4 J^OR SALE, Six H.P. Engine and Boiler.—Apply, H°SJ»NG and Miller, Slate Works, Aberystwyth. FEATHERS! FEATHERS!! FEATHERS." IT OR SALE, in large or small quantities, at5d per lb. 7 Warranted dry and sweet. Carnage paid to any Railway Station. Orders must BE accompanied by cheque or P.O.O., PAYABLE to Stedman, Feather Merchant, Shrewsbury. q837 TTULLDING STONE.—A large Stock of Excellent Free-stone, J from the celebrated Gwarallt Ferdre Quarries, Llan- %S8il, suitable for walling and general building purposes LOW r< ady for deliverv, and will be supplied at exceptionally prices.—For terms and particulars apply to the Secretary, t Stone Coy., Limited, Howard House, Arundel treet, Strand, London, W.C., or at the Quarries. q930 I FOLLK. BUSINESSES MILK BUSINESSES. MR R. FOX, the well-known Cowkeepers' and Dairymeu's Agent, and Auctioneer (ES- »bliAViedl859) has a good selection of over 200 enulne dairies for sale, with or without stock, je50 to £10,000. in all parts of London and Suburbs. Intending purchasers before deciding on a. business should call at his ofhce, No 11, Oftlc* donian Road. King's Cross, London, 5 minutes from Euston Station. N.B. Nc aharge to rchasers. 663. TOK BUSINESSES! MILK BUSINESSES HWILLINGS & CO. have the largest and best selection of genuine Dairy P"»IN SSfS for Sale with or without cows in all "8.rts of London, and suburbs, and home counties. ¡,t IF s to suit all buyers. Advice based on many ys experience given gratis. No charge to bll, s. Businesses INVESTIGATED. Vote the Ad- dresp, 90. Chancery Lane, London, W.C. The most fctnl dairy aeency in LONDON. LQ356 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, -L the several stacks of well-harvebted Hay, of the growth of 1895, standing at the undermen- tioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and Estimated to contain the respective quantises, more °f less, also undermentioned, viz :— Estimated Estimated STATION Weight. STATION. Weight. TOilS, Tons. WHITCHURCH 3I ABERMULE 6 JCNN'SBANK 2 KERRY 3 GETTISFIELD 4 DERWENLAS 4 ELLESMERE 7 J YNYSLAS 2 ^hittinpton 9 Borth 2 J^eston Wharf 1 Pensarn 2 LLANYMYNECH LI TALSARNAU 4A WansantfEraid 4 Portmadoc O-J LLANFYIIIN 5 Criccieth 4 FOUR CROSSES ABERERCH 2 Pool QUAY 9 Buttington 4 Mid-Wales. WELSHPOOL 4 LLANIDLOES 5 MONTGOMERY 6 St. HARMONS 3 For Further PARTICULARS, and to treat, apply TO SECRETARY. January. 1896. Company's OFFICES, Oswestry. Q937 RENTES. ABERYSTWYTII INFIRMARY. THE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT i invite TENDERS for the Supply OF Groceries, Meat. and Cnal for the next six months. TENDERS to he sent on or before MESA Y, •February 4th, to the Secretary, Infirmary, SSTWYTH. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE Baptist Denomination at Dyffryn -L are prepared to receive Tenders for building THEIR Chapel. Plans to be seen at Coedybachau, ttyffryn, and at the Architect's Office. The TEN- DERS to be seiled, endofseri, addressed, and sent Ilot later than the 30th of January to Mr R. G. berts, Taltreuddyn, Dyffryn, Merioneth. The lowest or any tender will not be necessarily ac- cepted. OWEN, MORRIS, ROBERTS, & SON, Architects. -Portmadoc. q952 HOSKING & MILLER, THE ABERYSTWYTH ENAMELLED SLATE & MARBLE WORKS. SCULPTORS AND MONUMENTAL MASONS MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, CROSSES, .U' and MURAL TABLETS executed in best "TVLE in GRANITE. MARBLE, SLATE, or STONE at MODERATE PRICES. ESTIMATES FREE SHOW ROOMS, TERRACE ROAD ABERYSTWYTH N Manufacturers of CHIMNEY PIECES, BATHS R*STERNS, and every description of SLATE <*OODS. Y>J>EAJER<3 in PLASTER OF PARI'J, CEMENT. GILDING MATERIALS, &c. AND WORKS: CAMBRIAN STREET. ateB b!2 ttdion. AUCTIO MAT, MILL STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. MR J. E. JAMES will hold an Important and At i active sale of a large Collection of Household Furniture and other effects at the above Premises on Wednesday, 29th January, 1896. Further part cul r s e posters. q970 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT MR J. E. JAMES has received instruc- tions to sell by Public Auction. Early in February, 1896 (Unless previtu-ty disposed of by private treaty), the Farm and Lands called Pantglas, containing 12 a., 2r., 26p. Also five Cottages, Gardens, and Woodlands at Tynywern. All the s>id properties being situate near the Village of Tre'rddol, in the County of Cardigan. Further particulars will shortly appear, and in the meantime may be obtained of the AUCTIONEER, 12, North Parade, Aberystwyth. q931. PARISH OF LLANYSTYMDWY, CARNARVONSHIRE. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM AND LEASEHOLD PREMISES. At the Prince of Wales Hotel, Criccieth, On the 25th JANUARY, 1896, Will be offered for Sah by Public Auction by MR. HENRY ROBERTS, ALL the Valuable Freehold Fatm of HEN- FELIN comprising 8 acres 1 rood and 5 perches or thereabouts, including the fruitful and well-known Henfelin orchard, t-xoelleutly situated on the banks of the Dwyfor River, near the village of Llan- yatymdwy. AND ALSO ALL that Valuable Freehold Rousp and Shop called CEFNYGADAIR otherwise the Post Office, Llanystymdwy, containing 440 square yards or thereabouts, and now occupied by Mr E. Jones Elias. ALL the Leasehold House adjoining the above premises, in the village of Llanystymdwy, known as LONDON HOUSE, occupied by Mr John Roberts at an annual rent of f6, and ALL the adjoining Leasehold House lately occupied by Mary Roberts at the yearly rent of £llOs., AND ALSO The adjoining Land with th Welsh Coo- j gregational Chapel erected thereon (subject to the unexpired term for which the same is held at the annual rent of £1), The three last mentioned premises are held for the residue of a term of 99 years from November, 1817, at a rent of 2a. 6d. yearly. The above properties are situate about s mile or so of Cricoieth, that rising and popular Watering Place on the Welsh Coast. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at Tremadoc, or to Messrs Lloyd George and George, of Criccieth, Vendor's Solicitors. q929 Jlbbrl.G.6tS. LONDON. OR GREY HAIR. PROFESSOR BLANCHE'S WALNUTENE" is the greatest scientific inven- tion of modern times, it having entirely surpassed the old-fashioned, dangerous and useless so-called dyes. It stains Grey Hair in a few hours to any desired shade without staining the skin, and is tot- ally devoid of the unnatural tints produced by common preparafions advertised. 4" WALNUT- ENE" leaves the Hair glossy, cannot wash off, and is clean, economical, absolutely harmless, DO trouble, no ditty sediments, does not retard the growth, is in one liquid. Guaranteed to contain no Lead or Sulphur, and is not an injurious, trans- parent caustie dye. Read what our great Analyst says :— Analytical Laboratory, 11 & 12, Great Tower Street, London. September 24th, 1894. I have submitted to a very careful chemical examina- tion a sample of "WALNUTENE" as prepared by Professor Blanche, and from the results obtained I CAN EXPRESS A VERY FAVOURABLE OPINION AS TO ITS SUITA- BILITY FOR THE OBJECT INTENDED. After the application of carefully applied tests, I was unable to discover the presence vf any undesirable admixture, AND I AM FIRMLY OF OPINION THAT IT IS AN EFFECTIVE AND USEFUL PREPARATION. GRANVILLE H. SHARPE, F.C.S., Late Principal of the" Liverpool College of Chemistry." WALNUTENE is sold in bottles at 2/6 and 51. and will be sent post free, secretly packed, for 3d. extra. Post amount direct to PROFESSOR BLANCHK, 258, High Hoi- born, London. Hints on Hair Dyes," post free. Chemists and Hairdressers.—Please write for terms and show cards. Over 5,000 Testimonials. Nine Highest Awards. Established 1872. q380 DOLGELLEY. DON'T MISS IT 1 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY AT THE HOME OF MUSIC FOR MUSIC IN THE HOME. ARNFIELD'S MUSIC WAREHOUSES, DOLGELLEY AND BARMOUTH. PIANOS, NEW THIS YEAR, BY COLLARD, BROADWOOD, BRINSMEAD, G. ROGERS, HOPKINSOF, CHAPPELL, and other leading MAKERS, thoroughly reliable and care- fully selected, returned from short hire at LESS THAN COST PRICE TO CLEAR A HEAVY STOCK. OLDBB AND SECOND-HAND INSTRUMENTS FROM FIVE GUINEAS. GOOD CHOICE OF HARMONIUMS, NEW AND SECOND-HAND. AMERICAN ORGANS by the eminent Makers, ESTEY, MASON, and HAMLIN. SPECIAL TERMS FOR CHURCHES, MISSION ROOMS, AND SCHOOLS. TUNING AND REPAIRING DEPARTMENT TTNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF MR. PYEMONT, LONDON, Assisted by able and skilful Workmen, who periodically visit the ncigbbourhoods of ARERYSTW STTH, MACHYNLLETH, TOWYN. BALA, BARMOUTH, HARLECH, COAST, and Surrounding Districts. INSTRUMENTS repaired, made equal to new, and kept in TUNE by YEARLY CONTRACT. ESTIMATES given for Single Tuning and Repairs. THE NEW CHRISTMAS ANTHEM BY M. W. GRIFFITH, MUS. BAC., GLORY TO GOD IN THE HIGHEST.' All communications to MRS. ARNFIELD, MUSIC WAREHOUSE, DOLGELLEY. gales bg Ruction. THE SALE ROOMS, QUEEN'S ROAD. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS DANIEL,SON & MEREDITH jyjL will Sell by Auction at the above Rooms, On WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th 1896, A quantity cf Modern and Valuable Household Furniture and other Effects. Parties having effects for disposal will please communicate at the Auctioneers Offices, Queen's Road. q2 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. IMPORTANT SALE OF PROPERTIES. MESSRS DANIEL, SON AND J3JL MEREDI H will sell hy Auction at thtir Sale Rooms Queen's Road, Aberystwyth, early in March next. The following Valuable Properties, viz All that commodious and substantially built Freehold Shop, Dwelling House and premises being No 6, Chalybeate-street, the twelve valuable Freehold Cottnges and premises known as "Cambrian Cottages," and the Enamel Slate Yard, situate in Llanbadarn-road, three Fieehold Cottages, Office, Building Site, and expensive Yard situate at Trefechan also the old Wesleyan Chapel. Queen- street, held on i ease for an unexpired term of over 900 years, free of Ground Rent. Further particulars may be had of the Auctioneers; also as to Llanbadarn-road and Trefechan of Mr H. Hughes, Solicitor, ail of Aberystwyth. q855 justness Jlbbtesses ABERYSTWYTH TTUsT INTRODUCED A NEW SIZE IN J MIDGET PHOTOGRAPHS. Special terms during the Winter Months. Re- vised Price List on application. E. R. GYDE, PHOTOGRAPHER, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS AND NEW YEAR'S GIFTS. Bags of all kinds, including Ladies' Muff B@, Port- manteus, Gladstone, &c., also FootballR for the boys ( md Purses for the girls. Leggings, Carriage, and rravelling Rugs for this cold weather and all kinds of 3addlery. HUGHES AND OWEN, SADDLERS, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH F. GROVE & CO., 36, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. MAIL CARTS & BASSINETTES FOR SALE AND HIRE. PICTURES FRAMED. SUITS RECOVERED AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. ESTABLISHED 1800. MÖRRISTPOSTING ESTABLISHMENT. T MORRIS & SON wish to call O attention of their numerous customers, and the gentry of the neighbourhood to the large assortment of conveyances for hire, viz Landaus, Waggonettes, brakes, dog- carts and Private, Busses for Concerts, Balls &c. Weddings and Funerals contracted for. Orders to be left at WATERLOO HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. 56 p J. H. ED WARDS, TAILOR & DRAPER, HAS RETURNED FROM LONDON WITH A CHOICE SELECTION OF WINTER GOODS IN DRESSES, SKIRTINGS, JACKETS, FUR GOODS, GLOVES, &c. NEW SUITINGS AND TROUSERINGS, Ready-Made Suits And Overcoats FOR BOYS, YOUTHS, AND MEN. NORTH PARADE & BAKER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. DOLGELLEY. THE CROSS KEYS, DOLGELLEY. DAVID OWEN, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, Agent and Bottler of Bass's and Worthingtm's Pale Ales, and of Guinness's Stout. All sizes of casts always in stock; also Agent for the well-known firm of Messrs Boords & Son, London, sole distillers of the celebrated "Old Tom" Gin. The leading brands of Brandies, Scotch and Irish Whiskies—including John Jameson's and Glenlevet on hand. First-class Wines OJ applica- tion. q221 JAMES B. MEE, FISHMONGER, GAME DEALER FRUITERER, &:0. Bridge End House, DOLGELLEY, Constant supplies of various kinds of fresh fish, Game, &0.. according to Season ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, And anything not on hand procured on the shortest notice. lee always on hand, and supplied by the pound and Upwards. car Note the Address :— Bridge End Houze, DolgeHey. MR C. H. YOUNG'S PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS AT DOLGELLEY & TOWYN ARE WELL WORTH A VISIT. They contain the latest advittages and improvements, and the work be found fuUy equal to that produced b* the BEST LONDON ARTISTS. Very large selection of Views, and Requisites for the use of Amaieurs. ¡tlt5 RUCTION. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD HOUSES IN QUEEN'S ROAD & QUEEN'S SQUARE Now in the respective occupation of Mrs Fear, Mr Thomp-on, and Mr Davies, will be offered for Sale EARLY IN JANUARY, 1896, Unless previously disposed by Private Treaty, of which due notice will be given. Half the purchase money may remain as mortgage. For further particulars, apply to E. Ellis, Auction Mart. qS26 DUMBARTON HOUSE, No. 1, ALBERT PLACE, MARINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. MR EDW. ELLIS has been favoured with instruction to sell by Auction, On Wednesday, February lcth, 1896, At 3 p.m., at the Auction Mart. 28, Little Dark- pate Street. Aberystwy t h, all that Leasehold Dwelling House, known as DUMBARTON HOUSE. The House contains Parlour, Sitting Room, Six Bedrooms, Kitcheu, and Back Kitchen, China Pantry, Yard, and W C., Coal Cellar. The property is held uuder a Lease granted for 75 years from November 1st, 1867, leaving 46 years from November 1st last uuexpired, at the low annual ground rent of jE4 7s. 6d. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer. The Purchaser may have possession ftom March 1st, 1896. Part of the purchase money may remain 00 mortgage. q949 tabe Jlbbresses ABERYSTWY TH. J. R. JAMES, TEA DEALER, WINE AND SPIRITS AND PROVISION MERCHANT. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY STORES. NORTH PARADE. ESTABLISHED 1815. OWEN, CONFECTIONERS, BAKERS AND GROCERS, 21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. CHRISTMAS SHOW OPENS ON SATURDAY, 7th DECEMBER CHRISTMAS CAKES, PLUM PUDDINGS, BONBONS, CHOCOLATE BOXES, MINCE PIES, ETC. read, 5d. per quartern. Fresh Pastry every day. Frtsh Butter and Kggs. RICHARD SAYCELL, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, LICENSED DEALER IN GAME, CORNER OP NOKTHPARADE, AND TERRACE ROAD. ABERYSTWYTH. Fresh Salmon from the Severn, Teift, Wye, and other Rivers Daily Dealer in Wen ham Lake Ice, also Palethorpe's Royal Cambridge Sausages, Horner s Clotted Crean:and Cream Cheese Daily. Member of the National Sed. Fisheries Protection Association. Telegrams:—" Saycell, Aberystwyth." Fe BENNISON, FISUMONG E R, & a, LISBURNE HOUSE, 29, TERRACE ROAD. THRESH FISH daily, caught by our own JL boat in the Bay. Fresh Salmon from the Teify, Severs, and other rivers. Ice always on hand. Homers' clotted cream and cream cheeoe. POSTING STABLES, NEWFOUNDLAND ST. (next to the Public Baths), ABERYSTWYTH. HORSES AND CARRIAGES FOR HIRE Comprising :— Landaus, Victorias, Waggonettes, Phsetons, Dog- Governess Cars, &c., by the dayor hour. carts ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ESTABLISHED 1881. CAPTAIN "DOU GHTON COAL AND OIL MERCHANT (Wholesale and Retail), TMPORTS his Coal by sea into the Harbour X and has always on hand a good supply of the very best Newport and other Double Screened Coal, It is well known that Water Carriage is much cheaper than Railway, therefore the consumer reap& the full beaefit of the best Coal at a low price. BeeJ; Free-burning Coal, 16s. per ton. Best Newport Coal, 208 per ton at the Rheidol Coal Yard SOUTH ROAD, Private Address, Aberyatwyth. 45, NORTH PARADE. J. D. SULLIVAN, UPHOLSTERER, SPRING, HAIR, AND WOOL MATTRESS MAKER, CARPET MAKER, Ac. BASSINETTES RE-COVERED AND STUFFED. CARRIAGE CUSHIONS MADE TO ORDER. UPHOLSTERING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION DONE PLATE CHESTS, &c., RE-LINED. FRENCH POLISHING DONE, &c. ESTIMATES GIVEN. 21 YEARS' EXPERIENCE. WORKSHOP: 25, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. q953 JAMES TOMLINS, PATENT STEAM BAKERY 8, TERRACE JAS. TOMLINS begs to announce to the Inhabitants and Visitors of Aberystwyth and District that he has erected at the above address one of THE VERY LATEST PATENT STEAM BAKING OVENS,* In these Ovens there is no communication between the fire and the oven. all dirt and sulphurous vapours are accordingly kept away from the bread, which is therefore so much the sweeter and purer than that baked by many so-called Patent Ovens. J.T. is prepared to sella 41b LOAF (EQUAL TO ANYTHING BAKED IN THE DISTRICT) FOR 4d AND SECOND QUALITY FOR 3Jd. J.T. will, until farther notice, BAKE FREE OF COST (on Tuesdays and Fridays at 2 p.m.) for all castomers purchasing the Flour from him. Best Quality 41b. Loaf 4 id. ) Full Weight Second „ „ 3 £ d. ) Guaranteed. Second „ ,,3id. ) Guaranteed. Best Diamond Flour lllbs. for 1/- „ Patent „ 12 Ibs. for 1/- „ Super. „ 13 Ibs. for 1/- ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. THIS IS THE ONLY STEAM BAKERY IN THE TOWN. tdingt (Entertainments, ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING JL of the Governors and Subscribers will be held at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, on Saturday, Febtuary 1st, at 11-30 a m. BUSINESS 1. To receive the report for the past year. 2. To elect President, Members of Committee, and Auditor. q980 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GRAND BAZAAR (In aid of the fund to defray debt on the Rectory) WILL BE HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, DOLGELLEY, On Wednesday and Thursday, August 26th and 27th, 1896. Further particulars shortly. T. P. JONES PARRY, Esq., N. & S. "Vales Bank. Hon. Treasurer. Rev GWILYM LEWIS, Dolgelley, Hon. Secietary. q790 Jittainess Jlbbrcssce. -+ ABERYSTWYTH! J. WEBSDELL, FLORIST AND MARKET GARDENER, WEBSDJELL GARDENS. ST. DAVID'S ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. WREATHS AND CROSSES MADE TO ORDER. BOXES OF CHOICE CUT FLOWERS FROM Is. UPWARDS. CHOICE TABLE PLANTS FOR SALE & HIRE. All communications to be addressed 9, CAMBRIAN COTTAGES- ABERYSTWYTH. 0531 CORN MARKET HALL, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. A GRAND BAZAAR IS OPEN DAILY at the above Hall during the Summer Months. Also a SPACIOUS ROOM above, capable of seating 400 to 500 people for holding tea parties for Excursionists, Schools, &c.. &c. For Particulars apply to the MANAGER. o999 ROBERT DOUGHTON, (Opposite the Town Clock, Corner of Bridge St.), IRONMONGER & CHINA DEALER, Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, MAIL CARTS AND BASINETTES. BASKET AND Toy WAREHOUSE. CYCLES, ACCESSORIES, &c. Warehouse—5, BRIDGE STREET. Goods Let on Hire. OILS, PAINTS, AND GENERAL STORES. THE MISSES JENKINS, 4, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH STATIONERS, BOOKSELLERS, MUSIC SELLERS. LEATHER, AND FANCY GOODS. AGENTS FOR THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY AND FOR WINSOR AND NEWTON'S ARTISTES, MATERIALS. SMITH'S AND COLLINS' DIARIES for 1896 COMPLETE FLJRNIHING WAREHOUSE. EDWARD ELLIS IS NOW SHOWING A LAltGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF —DINING, DRAWING, AND— BEDROOM SUITES, BEDSTEADS & BEDDING. 28, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. PAPER HANGINGS. DAVID WATKINS, PLUMBER, PAINTER, PAPER- HANGER, GLAZIER, AND DECORATOR. PAPERHANGINGS, SHEET LEAD, PIPES, AND SANITARY FITTINGS KEPT IN STOCK. CHARGES VERY MODERATE. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. ALL ORDERS BY POST, OR OTHERWISE, PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WORKSHOP T 1 PRIVATE ADDRESS 12, SEA VIEW PLACE. | 7, CUSTOM HOUSE ST. FEAR BROS., CENTRAL FISH SHOP, TERRACE ROAD. FEAR-BROS. BEG to announce to their numerous Cus- tomers that they have in stock a large supply of the finest Hereford Geese, Turkeys, Ducks. Game, SLC., &C.. Also the largest Supply of the Primest Selected Fruit of Covent Garden. AN EARLY CALL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. H. P. EDWARDS, BEGS to call the attention of the Public to his Stock of Meat— BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL. Best Quality of Meat kept at the Lowest Market Price. 34, GREAT DARKGATE STREET. ABERYSTWYTH. FIRST-CLASS HAIRDRESSINGAT POPULAR PRICES. HAIRDRESSING ESTABLISHMENT, 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET (Opposite the Corn Market-Hall), ABERYSTWYTH. NEW DEPARTMENTS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN are now opened at the above Establishment. SHAMPOOING AND HAIRBRUSHING BY MACHINERY. GENT'S DEPARTMENT.—SHAVING, 2d. (No extra charge for Powder and Bay Rbnm). HAIBOUTTING, 4d. (No extra charge for Beard TrimmingandMachine Brushing). SHAMPOOING, 4d. SINGEING, 2d. CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT.-Haircutting, 3d. LADIES' DEPARTMENT.— HAIRCUTTING, 6d. SINGEING, 6d. SHAMPOOING. Is. The above three attendances at the same time, Is. 6d. Ladies' and Gent's Wigs made to order from 21s. each. of Hair supplied from 2/6 each. Estll. ates given for every description of Ornament*! Mair Work. Grey and Faded Hair Dyed to match Jlair of any colour, and made up in any style. W. PERCIVAL WETTON, Proprietor. public otice. ABERYSTWYTH UNION. I THE Undersigned, iiereby Give Notice that the AUDIT of the Accmnts for the half-year ended the 29th day of September, 1895, of the said Union, and of the several Par-sites therein, will commence at the Board Riom of the Guardians of the Poor of the said Union at Aber- ystwyth on Monday, the 10th day of February, 1896, at 9-30 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 15th day of January, 1S96. (Signed) HUGH R. WILLIAMS, District Auditor of the S uth Wales q973 Audit District. SCHOOL BOARD ACCOUNTS. I THE Undersigned, hereby Give Notice that the AUDITS of the Accounts of thr undermentioned SCHOOL BOARDS f >r the year ended Michaelmas last, will severally commence at the place and at the respective times specified below. Time app inted Place at for Audit. Name of School which Audit —————————— Board. will be held, Date- Hour* 1896 Blaenpennal and Lower Lledrod j § Feb. 179 45 a.m Llanddewi Brefi 1 „ 11-30 Llangeitho U.D. I 12-30 I a o" noon Nantcwnlle r§ 5 P-m Bettws Leiki 2? >> 3 30 Ystrad Meurig i § £ U.D. I Feb. 21:9-45 a.m Tregaron U.D. IS >» H 0 >« Strata Florida U.Dt | s >» 2-0 p.m Yspytty Ystwyth 1/ 3 0 Dated the 15th day of January, 1896. (Signed) HUGH R. WILLIAMS, District Auditor of the South Wales q974 Audir District SCHOOL BOARD ACCOUNTS. I THE Undersigned, hereby Give Notice that the AUDITS of the Accounts of ih»- undermentioned SCHOOL BOARDS for the year ended Michaelmas last, will severally commence at the place and at the respective tiiaea specified below. Time appointed Place at for Audit Name of School which Audit ———————-— Bnard will be TT held. Date' Hcur> î 1896 Aberystwyth I Ftb. 159-30 a.m Cwmrheidol U.D. Feb. 18)10.0 a.m Cyfoeth y Brenin I U.D. | „ 11-30 Llaobadarn Fawr I ° U.D. 2-0 p.m Llancynfelin 'H ,,3-0 L 1 a nfihangel-y- o iS CroyddiD(Lower) ( S, Feb. 1910-0 a.m L1 a nfihangel-y- I Croyddin( Upper) 11-0 „ Llanrhystyd U, D. I ,,2-0 p.m Llanychaiarn S ,1-0 „ Melindwr I Feb. 2010-0 a.m Trefeirig „ 11-0 Trefeirig „ 11-0 Caelanymaesmawr 12 neon J Dated the 15th day of January. 1896. (Signed) HUGH R. WILLIAMS. District Auditor of the South Wales q975 Audit District. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1894 (56 and 57 Vict., c. 73). and the PUBLIC HEALTH ACT, 1875 (38 and 39 Vict., c. 55). NOTICE OF AUDIT. SOUTH WALES AUDIT DISTRICT. ( To the Rural District Council of the Rural District of Aberystwyth, within the above-named Audit District, and to Hugh Hughes, Esquire their Clerk. IT the Undersigned, the District Auditor 9 for the above-named Audit District, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have appointed the AUDIT OF THE ACCOUNTS for the Half- year «aded the 30th day of September, 1895, of the above-named Rural District Council, and of the Officers thereof, to commence on Monday, the 10th day of February. 1896, at 9 30 o'clock in the forenoon, It the Guardians' Board Room, Aberystwyth, when and where you, the said Clerk of the said District Council, and ho the several Officers thereof, who are bound to account at such Audit, are severally required to att ad, and produce all Books of Account, Bills, Ac "mut., Vouchers, and other documents con- I tfti iing or relating to the Accounts then to be audited in the custody or power of each person respectively. Dated this 15th day of January, 1896. HUGH R. WILLIAMS, q984 District Auditor. THE MACHYNLLETH URBAN TRICT COUNCIL. MACHYNLLETH WATER SUPPLY. CONSTRUCTION OF WATER WORKS UNDER THE PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 1875. ICTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Machynlleth Urban District Council intend under the powers with respect to the supply of water and construction of Water Works conferred upon them by the Public Health Acts to construct and carry out the following works that is to say :— 1. An impounding Reservoir designed and inteuded to contain when constructed more than One handred thousand gallons of water situate on lands parts of Farms called or known by the names of Cilgwyn and Esgairbir in the Parish of Llanwrin in the County of Montgomeiy. 2. A main or line of pipes of not exceeding six inches in internal diameter with the necessary valves, aircocks, and other appurtenances commencing at the im. pounding Reservoir above described in the Parish of Llanwrin in the County of Mont- gomery and terminating without the District of the said Council at the point where the Afon Difhse Brook is crossed by the Railway of the Cambrian Railways Company being the Boundary of the Dis- trict of the said Council in the Parishes of Machynlleth and Penegoes in the aforesaid County. The said main or line of pipes will pass through or across parts of Cilgwyn, Esgairhir, Aberffrydlan and Hendreseifion farms in the Parish of Llanwrin, Dolguog Farm In the Parish of Penegoes, the District Road leading from Pontaberffrydlan to Esgairhir and the main Road leading from Mach- ynlleth to Llanwrin, at, or near the third milestone from Machynlleth and it will also pass under or across the Rivers Afou, Dyfi and Afon Diflase in the Parishes of Llanwrin and Penegoes in the County of Plan^ThSg^the site of the said Reservoir and the said main or line of pipes, may be seen at all reasonable hours (that is to eay between the hours of 9 in the moruing ano 5 in the afternoon), at the office of the said Distict Council at Machynlleth aforesaid Anv person who will be affected by the proposed Reservoir and the proposed main or line ef Pi pep and desires to object to the same, may do so by serving a Notica io writing of his objection upon Ttotrict Council at their said office not later L months .fter the d«e „f thi. nftfi >e as recardi the Reservoir, and not later than three calendar months after the date of this notice as regards the Main or Line of Pipes. Dated this 22nd day of January, 1896. DAVID EVANS. q986 Clerk to the Council. LLANDYSSUL. FARMERS, SAVE YOUR MONEY AND KEEP YOUR HEALTH By having your own Wool made into Clotbs, Flannels, Blankets, Stockings, &c. forwarded and carriage paid to and from the MUIB on all orders over £ 2. „„T«R MTTTO TYLER & COMPANY, M^SLLYN MILLS, LLANDYSSUL, SOUTH WALES. PURE COFFEE —A LUXURY- BEAUTIFUL FLAVOUR, DELICATE AROMA, A I SPECIALITE AT 1/8 PER LB. ORDERS BY POST RECEIVE SPECIAL CARE. HOPKINS & CO., TEA AND COFFEF SALESMEN, 4, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. public dioto. ST~ULCHAELI SIURSHT^ABER^ YSTWYTH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all JL* persons interested in any grave in this Churchyard that, at the expiration of four months from this date, the Vicar and Churchwardens will, by the Authority of a Faculty, dated January 6th, 1896, proceed to remove all dilapidated railings around the graves, and to lay flit upon the graves all tombstones and headstones which are not in decent order, unless in the meantime they are put Hito a satisfactory condition by friends of those buried in those graves. Dated this sixteenth day of January, 1896. J. HAVARD PROTHEROE. Vicar, EDWARD P WYNNE | ■, B. ELLIS MORGAN Churchwardens qD59 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. GENERAL ENQUIRY, BOOKING AND PARCELS OFFICE, 41, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Time Tables. Souvenir Albums, Picturesque Wales Guide Books, and all Publications of the Company on Sale. q934 C. S. DENNISS. QAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. DURING THE WINTER MONTHS CHEAP WEEK END (Friday and Saturday to Monday or Tuesday) and 14 DAYS EXCURSION TICKETS Will be issued on EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY From nearly ail Cambriau Inland Stations to Machynlleth, Borth, Aberyshyth, Aherdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Port- madoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli; also to Rhayader, Builth Wells, and Brecon ALSO SIMILAR TICKETS Are issued from the Cambrian Coast Stations, Aberystwyth, Machynlleth, Dolgelley, Pwllheli, and intermediate stations to Rnayader, Builth Wells and Brecon. TOURIST TICKETS (available for one month) are also issued on every Week day between stations named above. Further information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist arraogemeuts on the Cambrian Rail- ways can be obtained on application to Mr W. H. Gough, Superintendent of the Liue, Oswestry. TRIP TO LONDON FOR 3 OR 5 DAYS FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 24th, 1896, From ALL Cambrian Stations (except Buttington Pant, Forden, and Welshpool). ° The train will leave Pwllheli 4 0 p.m., Criccieth 4-24 p.m., Portmadoc 4-36 p.m., Harlech 4-58 p.m., Barmouth 5-25 p.m., Dolgelley 5-10 p.m.] Towyn 6-4 p.m., Aberdovey 6-13 pm., Aberystwyth 6-15 p.m., Machynlleth 7-10 p m., Llanidloes 7-35 p.m., Newtown 8-25 p.m., Rhayader 7-4 p.m., Builth Wells 6-35 p.m., Brecon 5-30 p.m., Llanfyllin 7-20 p.m., Oswestry 9-35 p.m., Eilesmere 9-51 p.m., Wrexham 8-30 p.m. For times from intervening stations, also for full particulars as to fares and return train times see handbills to be bad at all Stations. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist arrangements can be obtained on applica- tion to Mr W. H. Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. q961 SILENCE PLEASE BY HENRY BONSALL (Author of the WELSH DESTINY; UNITY, &0). 1. DAMN 2. PATRIOTISM. 3. WE ARE ONE. 4. A WELSH PARLIAMENT. 5. 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