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BUSINESS ADDRESSES. rf-r.r-r"r,r-r" Aberystwyth. TlOR NEWPORT AND WIGAN COALS, TENBY AND K[DWELLY LIME, Glazed and Common Drain Pipes, Slates, Slabs, Ridge Tiles, Bricks, and Cement, &c., &c., at 0 Wholesale Prices,—Apply to WILLIAM THOMAS, At the RAILWAY STATION, ABERYSTWYTH. "ANNE HUGHES, (Late B. HUGHES,) GENERAL FURMSHING IRONMONGER, OPPOSITE THE TOWN CLOCK, ABERYSTWYTH. HAS now o hand a large Stock cf AMERICAN HORSE HAKES, SCYTHES, &c., CHAFF CUTTERS, Iron Bedsteads, Mattrt-sses, Palliasses, &c. Superior Sheffield Cutlery. Baths and Perambulators for Hire. AGENT FOR LIPSCOMBE AND CO.'S PATENT CHARCOAL FILTERS. G "WTTJT JAMS and CO., MERCHANTS, Ö AND 7, BAKER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Have just received a fresh supply of FAR I I N G IMPLEMENTS ID14 THE BEST MAKE AND LATEST IMPROVEMENTS, SUITABLE FOR THE SEASON. ALL KINDS OF MINING MATERIALS ALWAYS IN STOCK, Agents to the Ballincollig Royal Gunpowder Mills Co., Limited, and the British Dynamite Co., Limited. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. CHIN A, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE WAREHOUSE JAMES McILQUHAM, BRIDGE END HOUSE, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Aberystwyth and the surrounding country, that he has just OPENED a RETAIL Place in connection with his WHOLESALE Business, which is now replete with a Choice Selection of Tea and Breakfast Sets, Dinner and Dess->rt Services in various desig-n, handsome Toilet Sets, rich Cut Glass, a laree quantity of beautiful Lustres and Bohemian Glass, Fancy and Foreign Goods, &c., &c., and an endless variety of everything pertaining to the trade, down to the commonest Culinary Article, at extraordinary low prices. Orders taken for Services. &c., with Crest or Mouogram. All kinds of articles matched. Hotels and large con- umers liberally treated. Parties furnishing in this department will find a large assortment to select from, and prices marked very low. GOODS LET OUT ON HIRE.—AN EXPERIENCED PACKER KEPT. ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1820. r ,'=. 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, Lobsters, Sardines, &c. HOME-CURED BACON AND HAMS. JOHN ROBERTS, FRUIT AND BACON STORES, (First Stall in the New Market Hall, Terrace Road.) A First Class Stock of BACON, CHEESE, AND GREENGROCERY ALWAYS ON HAND. n28tn27 SEEDS! SEEDS!! SEEDS! RICHARD- MORGAN, No. 7, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET (Opposite Market-street), HAS now on hand a splendid Stock of NEW GRASS SEEDS, including CLOVER, RYE GRASS, &c. He is also prepared to supply good, sound ENGLISH and SCOTCH SEED OATS. He haa always on hand HAY, STRAW, OATS, for Feeding, HORSE BEANS, &c. PIG MEAL, and other FOOD for Fattening Pigs always in Stock. d26tju25 I 4 1, t VIENNA EXHIBITION. TA Y L OR 'S PATENT SEWING MACHINE COMPANY have been JL awarded the GRAND MEDAL of MERIT, the highest awarded to Sewing Machines. FROM FOUR GUINEAS EACH, AT E. MORGAN'S DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, 21, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET, CORNER SHOP, ABERYSTWYTH. E. MORGAN has just received a Large and Well-selected STOCK of NEW WINTER GOOD n 14 to n 13 JUST PUBLISHED. PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS, Free by Post for 6d. extra, A LIFE LIKE PORTRAIT OF DAVID DAVIES, ESQ., M.P., LLANDINAM. The following are notices of the Press on the likeness of Mr Davies- Llawer gw,,itth v dx-munasom fod yn ein meddiant ddarluniau enogk ri, hen a diweddar, a lav-r eilmy-vn ar gyfrif eu rhin- wedau a'u gwasanaetbgarwch ilr byd; ac yn mysg y meirw y- m ai ni cyfeillion a iheitbyrasi.u y b>(lc;u >n hjnydweh gen nympe bua3ai yn ein meddiant y oaiiumau lleiaf o honynt. Mae D. DAVIES, Ysw., Llandinain, liid yn unig yn gyITredmol aù- nabyddus o ran e: enw, and me" n llawer cymydogaeth y mae iddo gofgolofnau o'i haelioni a'i gymwynasgarwch, fyddant yn dwyn tystiolaeth iddo yn hirweili iddo ef a nioau fyned i tionld yr boll ddaear. Mae Meistri ASKEW KOBERTS, WOODALL, a VENABLES, Oswestry, liewydd gyhoeddi darlun o Mr DAVIES, yn mesur 22A wrth 17A modfedd, a hyny am y pris isel o 5s. Pan cldaeth i'n Haw, dangosasora ef i un OT ariunwyr goren, os nid y goreu yn Ngliyir.ru, yr hwn a adwaena Mr DAVIES yn dda. Dy- wedodil y bonedJwr "hwn wrthyin ei fod yn ddarlun rhagorol, ac mor debyg i'r gwreiddial ag y gallai darlun fod. Mae barn pro- Sessional vian o gafle ac enwogrwydd y boneddwr hwn, yn fwy o gymeradwyaetli i'r darlun na dim a ailv.-u ni ei ddyweyd. Dyma gyfleuidra o hyd cyrbaedd i lioll gyfeillion ac edmygwyr Mr DAVIES, i gael darlun life like, o hono am 5s., dim ond anfon at Messrs ASKEW ROBERTS. WOODALI,, and VENABLES, Publishers Oswestry.— Y Tyst a'r Dgdd. "Buom ynmeddwl lavrer pwaith y buasai cyhoeddi darluniau da am brisiau cyrhaeddadwy,yn un o'r moddion mwyaf efffeithiol i goetbi chwaeth, ltiro moes, a dyrchafu meddyliau ein cydwlad- wyr. Ac y mae yn dda gpnym feddwl fod gobaith i hyn o'r diwedd gymeryd He. V maejMristri Askew Koberts,n'i Gyf.,o Groesoswallt, newyld gyhoeddi darlun rbagorol am biis hyuod o resymol, o Mr Davies, Llandinam ac y r.ae yn llawcn genyra ei fe tdianu, Y mae y darlun hwn ar y Pajgid yn gyfoeth i deulu. Fel darn o waith celfyudyd y ir.ae ynrShgorol iawn, ac nis gall neb edrych arnoheb i'w lygaii gael boddh*d. Ond beblaw y gwersi t uddiol sydd i'w cael oldiwrth y 4»rlun, caill' groesaw cyfaill a chym- ivynaswr i ganoedd 03 nid mil«edd o dai. Caitf hyny i dai boiledd- igion a g»eithwyr; ac yr ydjm yn sicr y caitf hyny i deuluoedd .y canoedd o weinidogiony Methodistiaid Calfinaidd trwy Ogledd a Deheudir Cynjru, fel un a trniietb fwy na neb arall tuag at sier- hau eu cycuron uetra adfyd a cliyfyngclerau."—Y Golcuad. We have just received a capitaliy-executed life-like lithographic portrait of Mr David Davies, of L'.andinam.the well-known con- tractor and cbief shareholder in the Ocean Steam Collieries, and one of the principal supporters of the University College of Wales. The portrait is ahiglily creditable production. The publishers aro Messrs Askew Koberts, AVoodall, and Venables, of Osvrestry.—A\-enj»!ic>!thOu*erver. Tke many friends and a^nmcis w -ur David Davies, of Bron- cirion House, Llanuinam, will be 'Ift(I to leurn that a very excel- lent portrait of that gentleman has ceen published by Messrs Askew Rolierts, V/uoaall, and Venables, o1 Oswestry. Vir Davies is certainly one of the best-known men in t he "neipRluy, which owes much to him for its jiresent railway facilities and other large undertakings, by which the prosperity of the country has been promoted; aid he is known, also,,fcr bis many muniflcent gifts, as well of a public as a private nature. The portrait is 22i inches by 17i inches and it is offered at a P«ce, bringing it within the resell cf all classes. i>n e j Chro- nicle. The admirers of this gentleman will, we ^e\'c\e' know that an excellent poit ait is.- n w published of 1 ^e fUrprisinpiy low wire of five shillings, copies oi ^n y ob^.ned fioni Mr PLUIips, 1 ookstllcr, of this town, AS ouo oi the foremost of Montgomeryshire men, as one who has done much for his native county and the Principality, as a person who is first and foremost in every good cause, we believe Mr Davies th«te tlosei'vipg of the highest respect, and we believe, also, that the v-ihVa "fb°11 er Paid than by placing his portrait among nortla ^wUl mPet w3hhouse?old- We sincerely hope that the portrait will meet with an extensive salo.—Newtown Express "Very mony of our readers will hear with pleasure ?hltthey can obtam for five shillings an excellent portrait of Mr Davies from a large photograph. The portrait is published by Messrs Askew Roberts, Woodall, and Venables of Oswestry, and can be sent by post. In our own immediate district Mr Davies is well known as a great benefactor of the country. We owe very largely to his entirprice the Manchester and Milford and the Pembroke and Tenby railways. He has also identified himself with the Welsh University College by wise counsel and munificent gifts. In fact, Mr David Davies is a typical Welshman, whose patriotism has not been quenched by his marvellous success in life. Every- where in Wales his name is mentioned with pride, and we have no doubt that this portrait of him will soon adorn hundreds of homes n the Principality. We have already said that the like- ness is an excellent one. It could not be more truthful. Not only are the lineaments of the face there, but the artist has caught its natural expression. No one can look on those bright eyes, and that broad forehead, without a consciousness that there lies beneath, that wealth of power which has enabled him to reach unaided the high position he now holds. Welshman, Nov. 28,1873. Messrs Roberts, Woodall, and Venable, of Oswestry, has just published a portrait of this eminent and truly good man. The portrait is a capital likeness, highly finished, and altogether re- flects credit upon the establishment where it is issued.-Shrews- bury Free Press. A portrait of Mr David Davies, of Landinam—the well-known contractor and chief shareholder in the Ocean Steam Collieries has just been issued by Messrs Askew Roberts, Woodall, and Venables, of Oswestry. The portrait is of a most life-like char- acter. It has been executed in a high style of art, and altoge- ther is a production reflecting the greatest credit upon the pub- lishers.-Soitth Wales Daily News. An excellent likeness of this remarkable man has been just published by Messrs Askew Roberts, Woodall, and Venhbles, of Oswestry. It is a highly-finished lithograph.- Etidowes's Shrews- bury Journal. A very good likeness of Mr Davies has been published by Messrs .Askew Roberts, Venables, and Woodall, of Oswestry. The portrait is a high-class lithograph. Any one desirous of having a really life-like likeness of our much-respected country- man will not be disappointed with the representation before us -Carnarvon and Denbigh Herald. An excellent likeness of this remarkable man has been just published by Messrs Askew Roberts, Woodall, and Yenables, of Oswestry. It is a highly-finished lithograph, and is creditable alike to artist and publisher- Welli)igtoit Joicr)tat. Messrs Askew Roberts, Woodall, and Venables, of Oswestry, have just published a remarkably good life-like portrait of the above well-known railway promoter. The work appears to have been executed with groat skill and care. Those who wish to be- come possessed of a capital portrait of Mr Davies, cannot do verrl t*iau communicate with the publishers.— Wrexham Ad- ASKEW ROBERTS, WOODALL AND VENABLES, Publishers, Oswestry, or may be had from Mr J. PhiViipp, Newtown; Miss Saunderson, Bala; Birs Pti,-h, Do,ey View, Machynlleth; Mr Owen Rees, DoIg-t Hey; Mr Mills, Llanidloes Mr Philip Williams, Aberystwyth. A GrLT FRAME for this picture, wit'i glass and backbondsican^be supplied by the Publishers at Three Shilling; and S xperre each. Order, by post must be accompanied wita rermttace. The new edition of THE CHURCH SERVICE, Printed from new clear-faced type, and forming a much thinner ant handier book than the old edition, and may be had with or without red rublic. A very choice stock in (unique bindings and mountings, especially adapted for Birthday, Wedding, and Baptismal Gift?. Prieea from 5s. each. ,j Church services fr»m Is. 6d. euh, very neatly bound jSwith clasp and rim?. | .BAILEY HEAD OSWESTRY. WE nLiS?rTr0G?AP?IC PORTRAIT of J. R T ■ f' by.T, Maclardy, Church street. Large size for framing, 2s. Gd.- carte size Is Recently published T. L. Longueville, Esq.. Penylan. Large size, 2s. 6d., carte size, ls.-The Kev. W. Howell Evans. Large size, 2s. Gd.; carte size Is.—The Rev Yfalphaia How. Large size, 3s.; carte size, Is. Sold by ASKEW ROBERTS, WOODALL, and VEJNABLES, bailey Head, Oaweatry.J j SALES BY AUCTION. r-r-JJ-J- r- Advertising is to business what steam is to machinery—the grand propelling power.—Macauiay. SALE OF VALUABLE TR RE HOLD PROPERTY AT COEWEN. IV,T- A. FO ULKES begs respectfully to announce J..f-1. that he has been favoured with instructions from Mr W. Smith, Chandler, to Sell by Auction, at the Queen's Hotel, in the town of Corwen, on FRIDAY, the 20th of March, 1874, at the hour of Two for Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions then and there to be pro- duce!, the whole of that desirable and most eligible FREEHOLD PROPERTY, called Birmingham House," situate 'in Bridge-street, the main Ithoroughfare in the said town of Corwen. The property consists of excellent Cellars in basement, and Bakehouse adjoining, on ground floor a commodious Shop, Kitchen, and Pantry, on first floor a large Sitting- room and Three Bedrooms, also Four Attic-rooms, with Yard, Gardens, &c., adjoining and communicating with the back street, now in the occupation of Mr David Davies. The Chandler's Factory, with Warehouse-room, Yard, &c., all en hand. The situation of this property is in a most thriving and considered the best part of the town for business premises. and is substantially built and well-finished, with a regpectale class of property adjoining, and it affords a rare opportunity to residents and others to become possessed of a first-class property. For further particulars previous to the Sale, apply to Mr YVM. OWEN JONES, Solicitor, Llangollen and Corwen, where a plan of the property may be inspected, also to the AUCTIONEER, Cefn Cottage, Ruabon. f27tml3 CARMARTHENSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF LARCH AND OTHER TREES, SUITABLE FOR PITWoOD AND OTdEU PURPOSES. MR R. THOMAS is instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Biack Lion Hotel, Llany- bydder, on THURSDAY, the 19oh day of March next, at Two o'clock, p.m., the following Lots:— LOT I.-An extensive flantation ef Larch, with a thin sprinkling of Oak and other Trees, supposed to contain altogether from 50,000 to 60,000 Trees, situate on the Farm of Blaencarreg, in ttie Parish of Llanybydder. LOT II.—Two smaller Plantations of Larch, on the same farm, situated in the Parish of Pencatreg. LOT III.—About an Acre more or iess ot Oak Poles, sitnate on the same Farm. All within a mile or tittle more of the Llanybydder Station, on the Manchester and Milford Railway. The Tenant, Mr David Edwards, of Blaencarreg, will show the different Lots. Further information may be had of Mr B. EVANS, Solicitor, Newcastle Emlyn. Llandyssul, February 18th, 1874. f27tml3 ABERYSTWITH. MR G. T. SMITH has been instructed by the Town Council of Aberystwith, to Let by Auction, subject to conditions, on TUESDAY, the 17th March, 1874, at Eleven o'clock in the fort noon, at the Town liall, Aberystwith, 1. All that piece or parcel of Land and Garden Ground, situate on Morfa Mawr, bounded on the north by land and premises belonging to the Aberystwith School Board, on the south by land belonging to the Corporation, in the oc. cupation of John Evaus, carrier, on the west side by Morfa Mawr Road, and on the east side by road and premises be- longing to the Cambrian Railways Company, and con- taining together by Admeasurement 2 roods and 28 perches or thereabouts. 2. A piece or parcel of Land or Ground lately occupied by the Corporation, and used as Town Manure Yard, situate on Morfa Mawr, and adjoining the said road on the east side thereof. 3. The Meat Market House, situate in St. James Square, for the term of three years, at an annual rent. The Market House to be used as a general market. The maximum tolls to be charged by the intended lessee not to exceed the tolis mentioned in the 2nd schedule to the Aberystwith Improvement and Water Act," 1872. A map or plan of Lot 1 may be seen at the Town Clerk's Office. The premises comprised in Lots 1 and 2 will be demised by the Council for the term of five years, commencing from the 1st March, 187 4. W. H. THOMAS, Town Clerk. Aberystwitb, 6th March, 1874. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. Aberystwyth. EGYPTIAN HOUSE, TERRACE-ROAD, AND YORK HOUSE, MARINE-TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH, ELIZABETH WHITE, LAPIDARY AND JEWELLER, Pebbles Cut and Mounted on the shortest notice, and most reasonable terms. Stones inlaid in wood or metal. Jewellery, &c., carefully repaired. Antique China Jin great variety. MERCHANDISE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PURCHASED. MR DARLOW, Pawnbroker, Aberystwyth, buys old Gold, Silver, Watches, Furniture, Wearing Apparel, and Goods of all kinds. Cash instantly remitted for all Parcels forwarded from the country. Business Place-2, CHALYBEWTE-TERRACE, Private House—27, PORTLAND-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. o 31 to o 30 T. B U B B RESPECTFULLY announces that he has taken the large 3hop in Terrace-road at the corner of New- foundland-street, which he has opened as a SHOW ROOM. In addition to his extensive Stock and choice Designs in Paper Hangings from London and Paris, he has also added a large Stock of FURNITURE, comprising Loo and other Tables, Chairs, Couches, Cheffoniers, &c., &c., in Mahogany and Walnut; Chimney and Bedroom Glasses of various sizes and designs. Perambulators, Fancy Baskets, &c., &c. BRONNER'S Patent Gas Burners give ninety-nine per cent. of Light as compared with twenty-seven per cent. given by ordiuary burners, with equal consumption of gas. Vide Gas Referees' Report, June, 1869. T. Bubb, Terrace-road, Sole Agent for Aberystwyth District. ELLIS AND OWEN, ABERYSTWITH SLATE WORKS, ABERYSTWYTH, MANUFACTURERS of Plain and Ornamental MANUFACTURERS of Plain and Ornamental Slate Chimney Pieces, Baths, Cisterns, Milk Coolers, Head Stones, Urinals, Mangers, Cattle Troughs; Dairy, Larder, and Wine Cellar Shelves Window ills, Doer Steps, Hearth Stones, Flooring, Skirting, and every description of Slate Works. MESSRS. ELLIS AND OWEN Are prepared to supply BRICKS, SLATES, AND TILES, And every other description of Building Material, obtained in the best markets, at reasonable prices. OLD IRON! OLD IRON!! OLD IRON. OWEN JONES, CAMBRIAN INN, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. The best prices given for every description of old metals as follows:—Copper, Brass, Lead, Iron, and Scrap Iron. READY CASH ON DELIVERY, CASH CASH CASH! I ISAAC ANDGEORGE LLOYD, COACH BUILDERS, CASTLE STREET, (BACK OF PIER STREET & LAURA PLACE), ABERYSTWYTH. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF REPAIRS EXECUTED Country Orders Promptly Attended to. n 7 to n 6 PAPER HANGINGS. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PAPER HANGINGS, At Greatly Reduced Prices, AT T, THOMAS'S, FAINTEB, PLUMBER, GúlZIER, AND HOUSE DECORATOR, Bridge-street, ^.berystwj'th. jpiCtnrea^ ramed in Gilt, Maple, Mouldings supped to the Track .at moderate prices. Terms, jjaoi* j BUSINESS ADDRESSES. Aberystwyth. ST. DAVID'S HOUSET MARINE TERRACE, NEAR THE QUEEN'S HOTEL. C H A R L ES WHITE, WORKING JEWELLER, SILVERSMITH, AND LAPIDARY. DEALER IN OLD ENGLISH CHINA, &c. JEWELLERY NEATLY REPAIRED. n 7 to n 6 REIIOVAL. HrGh HOWELLS, BUTCHER, DEALER IN BUTTER, BACON, PORK, &c., BEGS to inform his friends and the Public gene- iD rally that he has REMOVED from No. >•, Mary- street to No. 13, in the same street, near the Railway Station. PURE MILK AND CREAM TWICE DAILY. n 28 to n 27 Fresh Fish Daily direct from the Fisheries. W. B. BAMBER, WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL FISHMONGER AND FRUITERER, 7, TERRACE ROAD, AND NEW MARKET HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. Pickles. Sauces. Real Yarmouth B oaters and Red Herrings. Dried Haddocks and Oysters. Wenham Lake Ice. Licensed dealer in Game. A large stock of Hams, Bacon, Cheese, Lard, &c. Also a well selected stock of Cumberland Bacon always on hand. All Orders promptly attended to. Remove the Cause, and the Effects will Cease." A NEW VEGETABLE REMEDY. DAVIES'S DIGESTIVE & TONIC PILLS, (COMPOSED of purely Vegetable Ingredients, and J particularly recommended as a safe and certain cure of Indigestion, and all Liver and Stomach Complaints. They not only act as a mild aperient, but also as a tonic and alterative, remove all unpleasant sensations attendant upon a disordered state of the stomach and biliary organs, such as Giddiness, Sick Head Ache, Flatulence, Heartburn, Pain in the Stomach, Loss of Appetite, Violent Palpitations, Spasms, &c., &c., Purify the Blood, and Strengthen De- bilitated Organs, thereby restoring the whole system to a healthy state. Prepared only by JOHN H. DAVIES, Pharmaceutical Chemist, Apothecaries' Hall, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. n31ton20 Dolgelley. REMOVED TO OLD PARLIAMENT HOUSE. J. B. MEE, DEALER IN GAME, FISH, POULTRY, AND PROVISIONS, GREENGROCERY, &c., DOLGELLEY, BEGS to thank his friends for past favours, and to announce that he has constantly on hand all kinds of fresh Fish, Game, &c., according to the seasons. Country orders promptly attended to, aud anything not on hand procured at the shortest notice. BEST CLEAR ICE SUPPLIED BY THE CWT. AND UPWARDS. RICHARD EVANS, Shop Goch,Dolgelley, General Bill Poster, Messenger, &c. Contracts may be made with Auctioneers and Publishers. ROBERT LEWIS, MARKET HALL AND PUBLIC ROOMS, [DOLGELLEY, GENERAL BILL POSTER, &c. I V. R. MR SELLIS, SURGEON DENTIST, MOUNT PLEASANT, DOLGELLEY, Fifteen Years Surgical and Mechanical ntist in London, MAY be consulted upon all cases of DENTAL SURGERY, at his residence, as above. At Home on SATURDAYS. Other days, by appointment. Best Dental Materials only used, and every Ease guaranteed and adapted to the mouth without pain. Sets from One to Twenty-five Guineas. No extra charge made the first twelvemonths for any case requiring repair. Two Shillings in the pound allowed to patients coming from a distance. BARMOUTH-Medical Hall. 2nd and 4th Friday in every month. PORTMADOC—J. R. JONES, 19, Bank-place, Terrace. 1st and 3rd Fridays in every month. TO VISITORS AT DOLGELLEY AND NORTH WALES THE GRAND NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD PRIZE MEDALS FOB GENUINE. HAND- MADE WELSH TWEED CLOTH, OD vp H -L All CLOTH, FLANNELS, WEBS, AND LSEYS, At CHESTER in 1866, and ABERYSTWYTH in 1865 WERE AWARDED TO JOHN MEYRICK JONES, MEYRICK HOUSE, DOLGELLEY, WHOSE Mills have gained considerable celebrity for the manufacture of these articles, J. M.Jones has greatly extended his business, and is now able to supply Wholesale and Retail these unrivalled Welsh Fabrics, Vhich are all MANUFACTURED BY HAND, UNDER HIS OWN PERSONAL SUPERINTENDENCE, and can be warranted made of the Pick of the Pure Mountain Wools, and free from any admixture, and a. Prices far below those charged for inferior articles usually sold as Welsh by English manufacturers. Clothing made from these Welsh Tweed Cloths are worn by the Nobility and Gentry for shooting, fishing, cricketing, travelling, &c., and are always found to be very durable. Wholesale and Retail Orders executed on the shortest notice. Cash or references expected with all new orders. Patronised by Her Royal Highnes the Princess; of Wales the Clergy, Nobility, and Gentry of England and Wales. LIST OF PRICES: Welsh Wynnstay Shooting Cloth. 2s. Od. per yard „ Cloth for Fishing Suits (very supe- rior 2s. 6d. „ Tweed Cloth (from Picked Wools) 4s. 3d. „ Five per cent. Discount for Cash. P.S.-SNOWDOWN WHITTLE SHAWLS, in every variety of colour. N.B.-Dolgelley being the termini of two branches of Railways, there is every convenience to send any articles ordered without delay to any part of the kingdom, and at very reasonable charges. CAUTION.—Mr J. Meyrick Jones regrets that he should have occasion to caution his friends against the practices of certain unprincipled persons, who have sent spurious pat- terns to several of his customers, professing to be of Welsh Tweeds and Flannels. Patterns of the genuine hand-loom Welsh Webs, Welsh Tweeds, Flannels, and Linseys can be ensured by application to Mr J. M. Jones, Manufacturer, Dolgellev. Patterns sent post free to any address. VERY BEST ONE OF THE THE RAILWAY RECORD FOR SHROPSHIRE AND NORTH AND MID-WALES. Carried in the Pockt for a Month and often consulted. Also kept at Hotels, &e. TERMS MAY BE OBTAINED OF THE PUBLISHERS, Ô_XTON WORKS, OSWESTRY. I MEDIUMS FOR j BUSINESS, ADDRESSES. Aberystwyth. -r- DAVID ELLIS, 19, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET (OPPOSITE THE GAOL). FURNISHING AND BUILDERS' IRONMONGER. Jj AS always on hand a well-selected Stock of Locks, Hinges, Nails, Letter Plates, Joiners'Tools. Iron Belk>ws Pr!>W ll' Mattr'SSe?f, rfe^ler^„ F're Iro°s, Table Cutlery, Electro-plated G o is, Brushes, Beer Taps Fire -Bellows, Pocket Knives, Candlesticks, Clothes Pegs, Mats, Lamps, Gunpowder, &c., kc. The Best LAMP OIL, at iij-d. per Pint. Wicks for Lamps, &c. 13RISTOL HOUSE, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH JOHN JENKINS, GROCER AND FLOUR MERCHANT, HAS always on, hand a well slected Stock. Home-cured and other BACON. American and other p«OVlfc,im S of every description. First-class TEA, from 2s. to 3s. Sd. per lb. J. own and Country Orders promptly attended to. ROBERT DOUGHTON, 54, BRIDGE-STREET, Seven doors from the Town Clock WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GLASS, CHINA AND EARTHENWARE WAREHOUSE, FL RNISHING IRONMONGER, &c. Toys and Fancy Goods in great variety. Lamps! Lamps Lamps' Wicks, Chimneys, Globes. Also the best Petroleum Oil at 7d. per quart. ry ai Jewellery of all kinds. Jewellery repaired. Concertinas Concertinas!! Concertinas! American and English- Cased Clocks. Eight-day Clock for 25s., six months' trial. o 31 to o 30 NEW MARKET HALL, TERRACE-ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. T. SMITH, FISHMONGER, FRUITERER, AND DEALER IN RABBITS Also, the well-known C» EAP BACON, CHEESE, and PROVISION STORES. ICE ALWAYS ON HAND. FRESH FISH DAILY. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. RABBITS RABBITS RABBITS !-The Best Price given for Rabbits. 8 & 9, PIER STREET, AND 1, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWITH. EDWARD EDWARDS IS NOW SHOWING FOR THIS SEASON'S TRADE VERY LARGE AND CHOICE STOCKS IN ALL THE NEWEST DESIGNS IN THE GTENTLE MENS OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT Macintoshes Driving Gloves "White Shirts Travelling Rugs Seal Skin Gloves Shirt Fronts Mufflers Collars Silk Handkerchiefs Silk Scarfs Cuffs Linen ditto Ties Silk Hats Umbrellas Kid Gloves Felt Hats Socks Cloth Gloves Flannel Shirts Brac^ AGENT FOR NIGOLL'S OVERCOATS, &c. NORTH AND SOUTH WALES TEA MART, No. 20, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. ISAAC HOPKINS, AS always on hand a large and carefully selected Stock of FIRST CLA^S TEAS and other Groceries. ENGLISH AND FOREIGN CHEESE AND BACON ALWAYS IN STOCK. Country Orders promptly attended to. n23tn2 Towyn. -r- Merionethshire Agricultural Implement Depot. E. R. PUG-HE, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, JLKD AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT DEALER, TOWYN. F BUILDERS' IRONMONGERY. Kitchen Ranges, R,egister Grates, Sham Registers, Mantle and Elliptic Sham-v Rain-water Goods, Locks Hinges Nails Joiners' Tools, &c., &c. HOUSE FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. Iron Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Spring, Hair, Wool, and Fl^k Mattresses and StraV Palliasses; Fenders. Fire Irons .v-; Holloware, Baths, Tin Goods, Table Cutlery, Electro-plate and Britannia Metal Goods, Lamps, Brushes, Easkets, &c., &c., [SEWING MACHINES. iis A large Stock of Sewing Machines by all the principal makers, including Wheeler and Wilson, Howe, Wilcox and Gibbs, Thomas', Little Wanzer, Taylors' Patent, and the Lockman; also "PiiU GHE'S LITTLE GEM." Chain-stitch Hand Sewing Machine the simplest and most perfect Machine made. Price, complete. 55s In structions gratis and trial allowed. Sewing Machines cleaned and repaired on the premises. a Old Machines taken in Exchange. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c. Chaff-cutters, Turnip Cutters, Root Pulpers, Oil-cake Breakers, Corn Grinding and Crushing Mills, Ploughs, Harrows Chain Harrows, Corn and Seed Drills, Horse Powers, Winnowing Machines, Churns, Cheese Presses, Pigs Troughs, Carts, Harvesting Implements, &c., &c. Lawn-mowers, Garden Rollers, Garden Seats, Wire Flower Stands, Hj'cronettes, Gardening Tools, &c. Iron Hurdles, Rabbit Netting, Fencing Wire, and every description of Iron and Wire Fencing. ——————— AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS REPAIRED ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. SPORTING AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION. -y-. -"T THE IMPROVEMENT Or LANDED ESTATES BY DRAINAGE, INCLOSING, CLEARING, &c. THE LAND LOAN AND ENFRANCHISEMENT COMPANY (INCORPORATED BY SPECIAL ACT OF PARLIAMENT), ADVANCES MONEY 1ST-To the OWNERS of SETTLED and OTHER ESTATES, for the erection of FARM BUILDINGS AND COTTAGES, and for: the DRAINAGE, IRRIGATION, ENCLOSING, CLEARING, and GENERAL IMPROVEMENT of LANDED PROPERTY, in any part of the United Kingdom. 2ND—To the Owners of SETTLED ESTATES in ENGLAND, for the erection or completion of MANSIONS, STABLES, and OUT-BUILDINGS.. 3RD—To Landowners generally, to enable them to subscribe for Shares in Companies for the CONSTRUCTION of RAILWAYS and NAVIGABLE CANALS which will beneficially affect their Estates. 4TH—To INCUMBENTS, for the Improvement of their GLEBE LANDS, by DRAINAGE, and the erection of FARM BUILDINGS and COTTAGES. m ^pvFTOT n T 5TH—To COPYHOLDERS, for the ENFRANCHISEMENT of COPYHOLD LANDs, The amount borrowed with the expenses would be charged on tne state Denented, and repaid by a Rent-charge terminating in TWENTY-FIVE YEARS..X-NNW\TR'? TTTT -P TO NO INVESTIGATION OF THE LANDOWNER a TITLE IS NECESS4.RY. Forms of application and all further particulars may be obtained of Messrs RAWLENCE and SQUARzy, 22, Great George-street, Westminster, S.W., and Salisbury; of MEFBW-MORRIS, and Co., 6 Old Jewry, London E.G. of Messrs GILLESPIE and PATERSON, W.S., S1-A Geocge-sk-eet, Edinburgh, Agents for the Company m Scotland and at the Offices of the Company, as below. T pAIV> Managing Doctor. EDWIN GARROD, Secretary. Land Loan and Enfranchisement Company, 22, Ureat Gev^e-street, We» Jester, S.W. f4ta29