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PREPAID SCAL3 ouses toj^Let, Houses Wanted, Situations "Waiilid, ua.tions Vacant, Apartments to be Let, M scellaneous Wanted, Articles Lost and Found No One Three Six Nine Thirteen Words Inser- Inser- Inser- Inser- Inser- tion tions. tions. tions. tiona. a. d. a. d. a. d s. d. i a. d 21 1 0 2 0 36 46 56 28 1 6 3 0 46 56 70 35 20 40 56 66 80 26 50 7 0 1 8 0 90 49 3 0 6 0 7 6|86 10 6 N.B.-If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND.-Aged Welsh Wether, sold at one of Hafod (Nantrhys) sales owner may have came on describing ear marks and paying cost of c -sldvertising. -Davies, Hafod, Abep stwyth. 1-760 WANTED. FARM WANTED within 20 miles of Aberystwyth, good house with si*0' bedrooms essential; possession at March 25th, 1911. Full particulars to Jackson & McCartney, Estate Agents, Craven Armh, Shropshire. r698 ACANCIES for Pupils desirous of learning Pitman's Shorthand. Private tuition. Terms moderate.—Apply, Evans, 5, St. George a- terrace, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth. r408 W ANTED, small house on the Cambrian *» Coast, with garden and stable, near Aber- ystwyth preferred.—Address, Sunny brae, Pensly- road, Heswall, Cheshire. I r 744 -WANTED, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Poultry, and Babbits also good Berried Holly and Mistletoe, in large and small quantities. -:State particulars to Geo. Simpson, Fruit Merchant, Bury, Lanes. r?50 WANTED, good General Servaut, must be clean and tidy, and able to cook.— T. Samuels, Drapers. Maerdy, Glam. r753 WANTED, experienced Cook-General and House-Parlourmaid.— Apply, with refer- ences, to Mrs Roberts, The Field," Pontypridd. r718 WANTED, immediately, CHAUFFEUR- COACHMAN private willing to make him- self generally useful; able to do repairs; total abstainer licence unbroken.—Apply, 735, Cambrian News, Aberystwyth. r725 "CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. APPLICATIONS are invited for the following posts :— ABERARTH COUNCIL SCHOOL.— Wanted, Headteacher (Certificated). Salary a5, rising by biennial increments of f5 to a j maximum of £100 (male), and JE75 rising by biennial increments of £ 5 to a maximum of JE95 (female.) Knowledge of Welsh essential SILIAN CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL.—Wanted, Headmistress (Certifi- cated.) Salary, f70 per annum. Knowledge of Welsh es-ential. ABERYSTWYTH COUNCIL SCHOOL (Boys' Department.)—Wanted, Male Certifi- cated Teacher. Salary, ESO per annum. .(Knowledge of Woodwork desirable.) ABERYSTWYTH COUNCIL SCHOOL (Girls' Department.) Wanted, Female Trained Certificated. Teacher. Commencing sahry, £65 per annum. CWMPADARN COUNCIL SCHOOL (Mixed Department.)—Female Certificated Teacher required. Salary, £ 65 per annum. Applications on forma. to be obtained from the undersigned on receipt of a stamped-addressftd foolscap envelope, shlluld be accompanied by copies of three recent te,timonials and sh^u d reach me on or before Wednesday, the 21st December, 1910. Canvassing a disqualiifcation. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Education. Aberystwyth, 5th December, 1910. r747 BALA UNION. WANTED, immediately, at the Bala Union Workhouse an experienced Ser- vant to assist the Matron in the general work of the House and in nursing the sick. Knowledge of Welsh essential. Applicants must state age, qualifications, and salary re- quired. Applications with testimonials to be Bent to the undersigned not later than Friday, the 16th inst. JOHN R JONES, Clerk. Bala, 3rd December, 1910. r746 NOTICE. T\AVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberystwyth.buys any quantity of Scrap,Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp, and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and JEtabbit Sfcins, Rags, etc. Best prices iven. 3477_ NOTICE. „ MCILQUHAM'S Aberystwyth, Want -!HL Wrought and Cast Iron Scrap, Old Machinery, Brrss, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla. Ropes, Ship's Canvas, &c. Good prices yen any quantity. h830 TO BE SOLD. -LIOR SALE, Cheap, Handcart; 3 Goats (1 n Billy, 2 Nannies), one good milker; also Corrugated Sheets and Wire NettinL-Arply, E. 'Thomas, Cwmpadarn, Nr. Aberystwyth. r717 T710R SALE, near Llanilar, small compact Jj Farm, containing about 14 acres of good pasture and arable land.- For particulars, apply Evans, 18a. Highgate-road, London. r716 EOR SALE, Portable Engine, one rack Saw Bench and two Push Benches for sale. Price, X130 complete. Can be seea at Tregarth Station, near Bangor, N.W.-Apply. J. E. and F. W. Green, Whlttington, Chesterifeld. r743 FOR SALE, Fast, willing, six years' old mare, 14-1 hands quiet to ride and drive in all traffic.-Gordon Davies, LlwyDffynon, ILI-.in- badarnfawr, Aberystwyth. r757 FOtt, SALE, Baby's Long Clothes. Complete outfit; ready for immediate wear—31s. Money refunded willingly if not approved of,— Mrs Williams, 7, Hannah-street, Porth. r758 "TpOR SALE, excellent WAGONETTE and JU BROUGHAM.—Apply, any day, between 12 and 1, to Groom, Penmaenucha, Dolgelley. r731 FOR SALE, Old Established Confectionery J- and Tea Room business central position rising watering place. Satisfactory [reason for disposal. Apply, H. "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. r703 T?OR SALE, two pairs of cast iron gates for J- entrances 10 feet wide also two four-panelled pitch-pine doors 7ft 3in by 4ft 6in by 2iin. -Thomas, Snrveypr, Machyulleth. r651 FURS, FURS, FURS, 500 sets only, as below. Long Smoked Grey Throwover, Tails and Paws Large Muff with Head, Tails and Paws. 15s. 6d. per set. Satisfaction guaranteed or cash refunded.— H. Jenkins, 15, Aylestone Road, Leicester. r564 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several Stacks of H ^Y, of the growth of 1910, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz :— Estimated Est'd STATIONS.! Weight, STATIONS. W'ght. Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. iFenn's Bank, No 1 St. Harmons 2J „ No 2 6 Rhayader 6J 'Bettisfield 7! Doldowlod 5 Llansaintffraid 8 Trefeinion 5t Pool Quay, No 1 si Caersw8 5J „ No 2 4 YnysUs 7 Welshpool No 1 4 Towyn 51 I., No 2 6 Barmouth Forden 2! Junction 6 Montgomery 3} PeDsarn 4 Abermule, No 1 8 Harlech 8 „ No 2 3^ Talsarnau 7| Xerry 3 Criccieth 5 Llanidloes No 2 4J Afonwen 9J Abererch 9! For further particulars, and to treat, apply to S. WILLIAMSON, Secretary. Oswestry, Ncvember, 1910. Form IV. DUTIES ON LAND VALUES, Id. Each Copy, or ljd. post free. 2 Special quotations for quantity. Can be had at CAMBRIAN NEWS STORES TO BE SOLD. /GROCERY and PROVISIONS.-For Sale as vX a going concern, an up-to-date business in a Cardigan Bay resort; returns between £4,500 aud £ 5,000 per annurn.-P.rticu)ars on application to 723, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. rô27 KNITTING 3WOOLS for all purposes. All qualities and shades, samples free. Orders for 2s. 6d. and upwards, carriage free.—Tonka's Noted Wool Warehouse, Ashted Row, Birming- ham. r460 ON SALE, smart little pony and governess o car, harness, lamps, cushions. All complete and in lirst class condition, also Kalli car complete.— Apply, Richard Owen, Timber Merchant, Mach- ynlleth. r701 ORTMADOC.-Boot business to be dis- JL posed of owing; to death old established splendid opportunity to practical man sales and repairs suitable tenant will be met re finance.—Apply, Box 20, Cambrian News Office, Portmadoc. SMART Turnout, Kalli Car, Brown Mare, 10 years, 14 3 set Brass-mounted Harness che..p to goon home.-Apply, H. M. Steel, Talgarth, Mach- ynlleth. r752 QHORTHORN CALVES.—Farmers can have the very best Bulls or Heifers delivered to their nearest stations at very reasonable prices. Bred from large framed, deep milking Cows by Pedigree Sires. Testimonials from all parts of Wales,-Apply, F. B. Gill, Highgate, Whitchurch, Salop. q970 WASTE PAPER.—For Sale, clean news- paper, 3s. 6d. per cwt.—Apply, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. TO BE LET. ABERYSTWYTH.—Modern House To Let, 26, Pnspect Street; two Reception, six Bedrooms, Kitchen, large Cellar, two W.C.s rent, £ 18.—Apply, J. J. Humphreys, Coliseum. r730 ABERYSTWYTH.—To Let, No. 18 Marine Terrace, immediate possession.—Apply, 40, Great Darkgate Street. r737 A BERYSTWYTH. -To Let, Somervell, Elm Tree Avenue, with immediate possession—For particulars, apply at the address. r707 ABERYSTWYTH.—To be Lot, 47, Bridge- A street.—Apply, D. C. Roberts, 10, South Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. c644 A BERDOVEY, North Wales.—To Let, Un- ^l\. furnished, modern houce in Glandovey- terrace, 3 Reception, 14 Bedrooms. Also furnished detached house, own grounds, facing sea, 3 Reception, 8 Bedrooms, Bath, Tennis lawn, Garage one minute from Golf. Close to Station, beach, etc., Moderate.—Apply, Abraham Wil- liams, Aberdovey. r611 OMFORTABLE well furnished house to be c let in healthiest part of Aberystwyth large garden.-Addre", 739, "Cambrian News "Office. r763 rpO LET, No. 41, Cambrian-street, Jwith immediate possession all modern conveniences.— Apply, Evans, Builder, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. • TO LET, with immediate possession, Hafod House, Powell-street.—Apply, Rhondda House, A berystwyth. r749 TO LET, Bulcote, Llanbadarn-road, two reception, six bedrooms, bathroom, hot water, gas south aspect, facing Recreation Field; lawn, garden, orchard perfect sanitation garage. -OWOD, Fronhyfryd, Aberystwyth. r319 PENGRAIG, LLANDDEINOL. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, the above desirable Farm, conoaining 160 acres of excellent land.—Apply, Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. r729 MISCELLANEOUS. HERBLETS, the grent African remedy; acures backache, anaemia, gravel, brights disrate, rheumatism post free nd, Is I'd.-Morrey, Cobden House, Walsall, Established 1885. r748 IVfASSEUSE (trained) will give Massage in i'l patients' own houses.—Address, Masseuse, Cambrian News Office, AherYBtwyth. r727 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND.-The "Success Postil Lessons, 12 for ]2s. 6d.. cannot be beaten. Failure impossible.- Daniel,J ones,F.I.P.S.,F,Inc,S. T., the well known coach, Neath. r432 APARTMENTS. HOTEL GWALIA, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, LONDON, W.C. CENTRALLY SITUATED (within 5 minutes' walk of Euston Station and 20 minutes from Paddiugton Station by under- ground to Gower-street Station). 130 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished. Passenger Lift to all floors. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend. ance, 5a, each pereon. Telegraphic address: "Gwaliatel, London." Telephone 3648 Central. m734 Managing Director, JOBN JENKINS TREGARON. BRYNAWEL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, recently erected in Station-road, healthiest and most convenient part of the town comfortable Apartment* or Board residence obtainable at the well appointed and commodious Establishment large Dining Room where Hot and Cold Lunch, Tea, CoHee, &o., are always procurable. Sunday School Treats and Private Parties catered for, Good Stabling and Store Room for Cycles on the Premises. Terms moderate. Proprietors D. L. Jonea nd Son Auctioneers and Valuers. 126 —NEW— St. David's Hotel, HARLECH. Close to famous Links and Seashore. Garage, In spection Pit, Stable«. Billiards■ Excellent cuisine Write for descriptive Booklet. Finest sea and mountax views. Q LIVERPOOL. Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel, MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage Stop at the Door. Telegrams Shaftesbury Hotel, Liverpool," Homelike and Moderate. Welsh spoken." BUSINESS ADDRESSES. TELEGRAMS-OWEN, CONFECTIONERS. NATIONAL TELEPHONE No. 32. ESTABLISHED 1815. OWEN, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, CATERERS AND GROCERS, 19-21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH Best Breads Daily, Pastry and Cakes in large variety. Pressed Beef and Cooked Ham. Fresh Eggs and Butter. LUNCHEONS AND TEAS. A large selection ef Chyietmas Cakes, Crackes, Chri3tmas Novelties, etc. Home-made Plum Pudding, Mince Pies, Home- made Welsh Oat Cakes. SALES BY AUCTION. TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH, Sale of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Other lifleets. MR A. LLOYD WILLIAMS has; received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the above Hall, On FRIDAY, December 9th, 1910, A large quantity of superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Comprising:—1 Sberaton Inlaid China Cabinet, with mirrored back; beautiful Inlaid Piano (Arnfield), Iron frame, check action, equal to nv w 4 Sheraton Inlaid Drawing Room Chajr, upholstered in tapestry 6 Mahogany Rail-back Chair?, upholstered in tapestry Mahogany Flower Stand, Walnut Octagon Table, Mahog- any Dinner Waggon, 6 massive Mahogany Dining Room Chairs, 2 Carved Oak Rail Chairti, 1 Upiioistered Chesterfield Couch, 1 Wicker do beautiful collection of OIL PAINTINGS, WATER COLOURS, AND ETCHINGS, by well-known artists; Mahogany Boot Stand, 3 squares Brussels Carpets (almost new), Brussels Stair Carpets, Massive Brass Stair Rods. All-brass Bedsteads, with Spring Mat. tresses and Hair Overlays; Solid Walnut Wardrobe, with mirrored door; Rosewood Duchesse Dressing Tables, with swing glass attached Washstands, with marble top and tiled back, to match Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows Mahogany Washstands and Dressing Tables, Windsor and Cane-seated Chairs, 1 Letter Press, on stand Picch-pine Desk, Japanned Deed Boxes, and numerous other useful articles. Goods on View at Town Hall morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 2 30 sharp. Terms :-Cabh before removal of goods. r736 BUSINESS BUSINESS! BUSINESS I All kinds for Disposal ard Wanted. FARMS, DAIRIES, LICENSED HOUSES. Send particulars. Distance no Object. All Parts. All Prices, Quick Sales. J. HOWARD GORDON, Auctioneer, Trade Valuer, and Accountant, 33, STOCKWELL ROAD, BRIXTON, LONDON, S.W. (1 Minute from all Brixton Stations.) Call, Wire, Write, or Telephone Brixton 985. r498. W. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer and Valuer, ABERAYKON, Undertakes to conduct Sales of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, and the Letting of Leases, etc., upon reasonable terl ms. r2\7J TENDERS. CORPORATION OF ABERYSTWYJ H NEW SERVICE RESERVOIR. THE TOWN COUNCIL invite tenders for Haulage of ilaurials required for the construction of the ahove. Particulars, with a form of tender, may.be ob- tained of the undsrsigtied, after Monday, the 12th iuetaut, to whom tenders, endorsed T«ndnr for Haulage." mui-t> be sent on or before Monday, the 19th instant. The lowest ur any tender will not necessarily be accepted. (Signed) REES -ICINES, Borough Surveyor. Corporation Offices, Smithfield-ro»d, Aberystwyth. December 7th, 1910. r756 TO PAINTERS rilHE Merioneth Education Committee I iuvites tenders for Painters Work to be done during the Christmas holidays at Gwydde wern Council School, near Corwen. Tiie specification and further particulars may be obtained on application to the County Architects, Messrs DEAKIN&HOWARD JONES, M.S. A., Plaa Ynys, r745 Borth, R.S.O. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. mHIS COMPANY is prepared to 1 reoeive Tenders for Forty JTons of BEST OLD CLOVER C BOPPED H*Y to be supplied in bags of 50 lbs or 100 lbs snd to be delivered in weekly quantities, as rl quired by the Company, during the twelve months ending 31st December, 1911. The Cou; ractor to find the necessary bags, which will be returned. Samples of the Chop offered should accom. pany Tenders, which should provide for deliveiy into railway trucks at a Cambrian Station and the Station at wh ch delivery would be made should be speo fied. Sealed Tenders marked" Tender for Shopped Hay" to be received by the undersigned not later than 9 a.m. on 12th instant. S, WILLIAMSON, Secretary. Osvsestry, 2nd December, 1910. SHIPPING. CUNARD LINE ROY^L MAIL c STEAMERS. Largest and Fastest Vessels in the World, FRANCONIA and LACONIA (each 18,000 Tons Gross and Twin screw), now building. Largest and Fastest Steamers to Boston, From LIVERPOOL (via Queonstown). To NEW YORK. To BOSTON Mauretania. Sat., Dec 10 | Ivevnia .Tues., Jan. 3 Lusitania Sat., Dec. 17 | ivernia Tues-, Feb 7 CANADA Fast Route Special Kates For further particulars, apply to Local Agents; or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LTD., Liverpool. ABERYSTWYTH & ABERDOVEY STEAM PACKET COMPANY Liverpool Agent-ROBERT OWEN, 28 Brunswick Street, Liverpool. THE Powerful NEW SCREW STEAMER WILL LOAD FOR ABERYSTWYTH EVERY THURSDAY (Weather and other circumstances permitting, at West Trafalgar Lock, Liverpool For rates and passenger fares-Apply Secretary, Rofawr, Aberystwvtb ROYAL LINE To CANADA CANADIAN NORTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM. Atlantic Steamship Service. Fastest Steamers. Unsurpassed Service. FROM f ROYAL GrKOKUE, Dee 28 BRISTOL • 'OYAIJ EI<WARD, Jan 11 For full information as to sailings,freight,etc., apply to the Company's Offices, Bond Court, Walbrook. E.C.; West End, 65, Haymarket, S.W., London; Chapel Street, Liverpool; 141, Corporation St., Birmingham: 125, Hope Street, Glasgow: 65, Baldwin Street, Bristol*- or to local agents. SALES BY AUCTION. TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. Highly-important and Unreserved Sale of VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE AND EFFECTS. Removed for convenience of Sale from No. 31, Marine Terrace. MESSRS COOKB BROS. AND ROB. ERTS, F.A.I., have been fav- oured with instructions to Sell by Auc- tion, as afcfove, on TUESDAY, DECEMBERi 13th, 1910, The whole of the Valuable. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Comprising the contents.„of 3 Reception and 10 Bedrooms, Kitchens, and Domestic Offices. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock prompt. Terms—Cash. r741 COOKE BROS & ROBERTS, F.A.I, Etc., Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. OFFICES :-Old Post Office Chambers, Aber- ystwytb also at Towyn (Perfeddnant), Bar- mouth, Dolgelley, and Newtown. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT 13, PIER ST., ABERYSTWTTB DAVID JAMES. Suitings, Ooatings, Trouserings, &e. in she beat fashion and at reasonable prices Cricketing and Boating Suits made tc order on the Shortest Notice. LOTED4T, REGISTERED PLUMBER AND GENERAL DECORATOR, 22, Chalybeate Street, I ABERYSTWYTH. Telephone 21 P.O. This Season's Pattern Books sent out immediately on application. Telegraphic Address-' Saycell, Aberystwyth.' Telephone-No. 0191 Nat. Warwick Pouse,Great Darkgate ;J< Street (Opposite the General Post Office), Aberystwyth, SAYCELL &Co., FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY, DEALERS. WINTER REQUISITES A large assortment of the following at lowest C wh Store Prices:- Chest and Back Protectors. Body Belts, in Natural Wool, Flannel, &c. Hot Warer Bottles, Rubber & Earthenware. Malt and Cod Liver Oil, Is. 6d. and 2J. 6d. Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, la. and Is. 9d. May be had at THE PHARMACY, 3, BRIDGE STREET TELEPHONE NATIONAL, No. 6. Proprietor :— BaTAYLOR LLOYD, PHARMACIST. THE RHEIDOL BOOT JL A-& REPAIRING CO. MEN'S SOLE AND HEEL, 2s 91 LADIES' SOLE AND HEEL, Is 9d. WHY PAY MORE? Opposite Station, Aberystwyth qllO 6!d. Bazaar Id- 2 FOR GOOD SOUND VALUE GO TO :El.O"'ÇVL.&aT:J>S' Royal Bazaar, 1, Little Darkgate Street, You will get all you require in the way of useful Articles, also Presents and Arms China. Come once and we are Rure you will visit us again. Notice we j are here all the year round o339 mi 0 YOUR EYES! MESSRS. L. E. THOMAS & JONES, MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS AND EYESIGHT-TESTING OPTICIANS, of 151 and 153. ALBERT EDWARD ROAD, and HALL LANE, LIVERPOOL, Have arranged for their Consulting Optician n To visit the following places periodically. ABERYSTWYTH: at Messrs Wards, Ltd., Cafe Oriental. ABERDOVEY: at Mr Thomas, Chemist, and at Borth. DOLGELLEY: at Mr H. Morris, Chemist For further particulars write direct. Each applicant will receive a special permit ntitling them to have their eyesight tested free. SPECTACLES SUPPLIED AT MODERATE PRICES. r510 SWARMS OF RATS Quickly quelled by Rodine Rat Poison. Rats can't resist it, eat it greedily, die instantly, dry up, leave no smell, entirely eradicates rats. The swiftest and most deadly rat killer. 6d., Is., 2s., Ss., 5s. Post 2d. HARLEY, Chemist, Perch. AgentsE. P. Wynne, Chemist, Aberyst- wyth; R. Evans, Chemist, Lam ter T. Jones, Chemist. Tregaron; D. M. Evans, M.P.S., C.D.S.A., Chemist and Optician, The Pharmacy, Towyn. SALES BY AUCTION. TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. I Sale of Modern and Antique Household ) Furniture and otfher Effects. Removed for convenience of Sale. MESSRS MORGAN & ROBERTS will Sell by Public Auction, at the Town Hall, as above, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 1910, a large quantity of Superior Modern and Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Terms—Cash. Further particulars in Posters. r766 BUSINESS ADDRESSES. MESSRS. CULLIFORD, Photographers, HAVE NOW REMOVED TO — 47, NORIH PARADE, — Where they have erected an UP-TO-DATE STUDIO, and have every facility for supplying HIGH-CLASS PHOTOGRAPHS AC MODERATE PRICES. See our CHRISTMAS CARDS with PORTRAIT at 3/3 per doz r735 J. ELIAS & SONS, BILLPOSTERS, Pwllheli, Criccieth, & Portmadoc Districts. PROPT ATTENTION given to all orders. Over 2j000 feet of Hoardings available in the district. r254 >\»# GARDEN SEEDS! FLOWER SEEDS? R. ROBERTS, YNYSLAS HOUSE, NORTHGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Has now in Stock "a quantity NEW SEEDS, Including a grandlselectiou of SWEET PEAS & SEED POTATOES. Also all kinds of Seasonable Fruits AND Fresh Vegetables kll9 COUGH MIXTURE TRY l' ,¡ ROB E R1 ELLISS COUGH MIXTURE AND CHEST TONIC. NOTE THE ADDRESS— ROBERT ELLIS, CHEMIST, Terrace Rd. ,A berystwyth CHRISTMAS. WARD & CO., LTD., Cafe Oriental and 38, Great Darkgate Street, ABERYSTWYTH, Wish to announce that they have a large and varied Assortment of Table Decoration, Crackers, Bonbons, Christmas Cakes, and Novelties at all Prices equal to any London Store. We are also open to catar for Dinners, Ball Suppers, Bauquets, etc Distance no object. Estimates Free. CELEBRATED BRiDE CA.KE MAKERS. EVAN SIMON, General Tailor, Woollen Draper, &c., Post Office, LLclNBADARN FAWR. Every Description"of Gentlemen's Clothing on the most reasonable terms. Breeches and Liveries of all kinds. Mourning Suits, &c., &c. ALL PRICER CHARGED ARE THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FOR GOOD QUALITY & FIRST RATE WORKMA.NSH IP. > We want everyone who has not yet 3xperienced the delight of owning and Z5 listening to an EDISON PHONOGRAPH to come to us to-day and hear the Gern Ig model play the new four minute Amberol Records. There is only one way to know how good the Edison Phonogroph is, and that is see and hear it. Nothing can describe it. LOCAL AGENTS Wheatley & Sons 46, TERRACE ROAD, I ABERYSTWYTH. ESTABLISHED 1851. SALES BY AUCTION. i LLANFROTHEN RECTORY I (About a mila from Penrbyndendraeth Station). MR. JOHN PARRY JONES has been instructed to Sell by Public Auc- tion, at the above place, on Monday, the 12tl¿ day of December, 1910, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE att. Mostly Antique, comprisi tho, it her Old Oak Clock, with Brass Facin., 5ker, John Evans, Lampeter) Oak Corner GuiJooard, in good condition, all the Library (English aud Welsh books), and all the Book Shelves, Old Oak Dresser, open under- neath, full of Willow Plates and Cover Dishes, Oak Wardrobe, with four drawers in the bottom pirt and shelves in the top part, with two Cupboards in top and bottom, a Grand Old Oak Chest, with three drawers at bottom, Old Oak Chairs, Oak Revolving Writinc Desk. in good condition, Revolving Book Stand, a large number of Old Jugs in Silver, Lustre, and others in very good condition, Brass Candle- sticks, >mall Copper Kottle, Oval Looking Glass, Birch Washing and Dressing Table, 2 Iron Bedsteads, with all of the Bed Clothing, Mahogany Round and Square Tables, Coucn, Chairs cover d with hair, Double-barrel Breech Loader Gun, quite new, Kitchen Table, all Pantry Utensils, B aas Fender with Brass Fittings, and oth-r articles too numerous to mention. Garden Tools and Wheelbarrow, and Potatoes. Netting. Full particulars on posters, To commence as 12 o'clock prompt. Terms—Strictly Cash. To be viewed on Saturday, between 10 and 4. For further particulars, apply to the Au, tioneer at Penlan, Penrnyndeudraeih. r742 MR. J. PARRY JONES, Auctioneer & Valuer, Undertakes Sales of Laud, Stock, Furniture (Antique and Modern), and Valuations of all Classes of Property. Farming Stock sold at 2! per cent. commission. Other Sales undertaken on favourable terms. Address -PENLAN, PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. Pwllheli visited on Wednesdays at the MarketHall and Barmouth. r672 MR. JOHN PCJGH, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Begs to announce that be has opened an office in Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, And is prepared to undertake Sales of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, &c., upon reasonable terms. Strict attention given to all business and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thursdays and by appointment on any other day. Offices-Aberystwytb Great Darkgate Street. „ Machynlleth Maengwyn Street. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. NOW SHOWING AT GYDE'S PIER STREET, A VARIETY OF Xmas & New Year Photo Mounts Specially selected for the Christmas Season. E. R. GYDE, 2-24, PIER STREET, Aberystwyth NOTICE. REMOVAL TO LARGER PREMISES WYNNE'S UP-TO-DATE Haircutting and Shaving Saloon, FROM No. 2 TO 17, ARCADE, Facing Bath Street. Gent's and Ladies' Toilet Accessories—all up-to-date. Best and Cheapest in the Market. b721 The Oldest Billposting Establishment in the Town and District, JOHN LLOYD & SONS, Town Criers, Billposters and Distributors: Having the largest number of most prominent Posting Stations in all parts of Aberystwyth and District, they are able to take large con- tracts of every description OVER 100 STATIONSJIN THE TOWNI&JDISTRI Official Billposters to the Town and County Councils, G.W.R. Co., Cambrian Railway Co., the A.I.C., all the Auctioneers of the Town and District, and other public bodies. Address—TR NITY ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. THE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE GREAT DARKGATE STREET. VALUE IN FURNITUE J. LEWIS EVANS, J CABINET MANUFACTURER, UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER. BEGS rto inform the public that he haiiialwayi3 a large Stock of Furniture, etc., made on the premises An inspection invited. Workmanship Guaranteed. G. WILKINSON, 8, NORTH PARADE, Fruiterer and Seedsman. BULBS. HYACINTHS. TULIPS. LILIES. CROCUS. SNOWDROPS. VAPORITE, the very best Insecticide. Kills all pests in the land. Finest Fruits and Vegeta bles Fresh Daily D WILLIAMS Respectfully wishes to draw your attention to DISPLAY OF WINTER BOOTS. VALUE GUARANTEED. Boys' and Girls' Nailed Boots in endless variety. INSPECTION INVITED. Up-to-date Fitting Room for Ladies. Repairs neatly executed. D. WILLIAMS. CAMBRIA BOOT STORES, 3, North Parade, ABERYSTWYTH SALES BY AUCTION. PARISH OF LLANENGAN. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. ROBERT PARRY is instructed to Sell by Public Auction at Crown Hotel, Pwllheli, on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11th, 1911, all that desirable FREEHOLD FARM known as BWLCH, Llanengan, and Five Cottages, containing by admeasurements 34 Acres. r761 PARISH OF ABERDARON. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. ROBERT PARRY is favoured with instructions to Sell by Auc- tion, all that FREEHOLD FARM known as BODERWYDD ISA, Aber- daron, immediately after the Sale of Bwlch. Further particulars in due course. b, Salem-terrace, Pwliheli. r762 PUBLIC NOTICES. DOLGELLEY UNION. APPOINTMENT OF NURSE. THE GUARDIANS invite applica- tions for appointment as a resident Nurse at the Workhouse. Candidates must have a knowledge of Welsh, and have had some training, those with a C.M.B. certificate preferred. The duties will include the care of the sick inmates at the Workhouse, and generally to assist in the management. No. of inmates—43 Applications stating age, qualifications, and salary required (in addition to board and lodging) must reach me by not later than Friday, the 16th December next. R. GUTHRIE JONES, Dolgelley, Cierk to the Guardians. Nov. 29th, 1910. 1724 1910. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. CHRISTMAS MARKET. THE MAYOR OF ABERYSTWYTH begs to state for thQ information of the Inhabitants of the Borough and Neighbourhood that the Aberystwyth Christmas Market this year will be held on TIIURSDA Y, DECEMBER 22nd, 1910. BANK HOLIDAY. Monday, the 26th, and Tuesday, the 27th December, 1910, will be respectively observed as Bank Holiday. By Order. Town Clerk's Office, 12th December, 1910 VAUGHAN SCHOLARSHIP. TENABLE IN THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD. THE EXAMINATION for election to this Scholarship will take place at Oxford on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 10th and 11th days of January, 1911. Candidates must be sons of Freeholders of the County of Merioneth, in North Wales, or shall be natives of that county, or natives of any other county in England or Wales, one of whose parents shall be a native of the said County of Merioneth. No person to be a candidate whose age shall exceed nineteen years, or who, if matriculated at the said University, shall have been so matriculated for more than three months at the time of such exam- ination. Candidates are requested to transmit to me, fourteen days before the day of examination, a declaration in writing of such candidates being duly qualfied. to- gether with the nature of their qualifica- tions, a certificate of baptism, and a testimonial of good conduct from the senior master of their respective schools, or last private tutor, or if members of the University, from the Head or Tutor of their respective Colleges or Halls. Candidates must present themselves for examination at the Hall of Jesus College, Oxford, on Tuesday, the 10th day of Januarv 1911, at 9-50 a.m. The Examination will be strictly con- fined to Classical Literature, the 'details of which are in the discretion of the Examiner. The Scholarship is tenable for three years. The Examination will be conducted by Ernest E. Geuner, Esq., M.A., Feltevv of Jesus College, Oxford. J. CHARLES HUGHES, Of Dolgelley, Solicitor to the Trustees. Dolgelley, 2211d November, 1910. r697 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President- The Right Hon. LORD RENDEL. Principal- T. F. ROBERTS. M.A., (Oxon), LL.D. (Vict.). TUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the ap- plied Science of Agriculture), Law. and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, £ 10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, Ll. Men students reside in registered lodg- ings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel —Warden: Professor J. W. Marshall, M.A. Women students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women -Warden: Miss E. A. Fewings.—For fall particulars respecting the General Avts and Science Departments, the Law, Agri- culture and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. Do you know that where to get your SMOKING REQUISITES And well groomed and smart attention is at J. LEVENSON THE HIGH-CLASS TOBACCONIST AND HAIRDRESSER, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. A Speciality 5d, 6d and 7d Mixtures also his famous No. F V. Brand Cigarettes 3861 per 100, Post Free i597 READER I HAVE YOU READ BEN HOLANI," THE POPULAR WELSH NOVEL, Of all Aberystwyth Booksellers 2/6 net 22 THE LAND TAX, icoplES OF FORM IV,, PRICE ID. EACH, CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE Cambrian News' Works TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH -"8\.1JV;1nI::I:I IB ELECTION ADDRESSES. I CARDIGANSHIRE ELECTION, I 1910. I To the reople of Cardiganshire. ) LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, For the fifth time I have the honour and [ pleasure of thanking the Electors of C*rdigaa- shire for returning me as their Member to serve them in Parliament. One must ^travel back a long way in the Political History of our County to find the unopposed return of a Member for it, thus enhancing the honour of holding such an honourable position. The Liberals of Cardiganshire will, I am confident, trust me to uphold the principles of our Party in the future as they have done in the past. I wish also to assure the people of the County that it gives me great pleasure to assist in every way I can all young Caidis in ascending the ladder of life. Believe me, Yours very truly, M. VAUGHAN DAVIES. Tanybwlch, Aberystwyth, 5th December, 1910. r751 TO THE ELECTORS OF MONTGOMERY BOROUGHS. DECEMBER, 1910. GENTLSMEN,— As a Young Welshman I sincerely and en- thusiastically desire to express my gratitude for the unanimous invitation to lead you to the front and to champion the old j 113L causes to which Wales has so faithfully adhered since the great days of 18S0. The Crisis of our National Policy has come, and with the Abolition of the Lord's Veto the true and only issue is raised. Our Statesmen have laboured hard through months of earnest work in secluded Conference,, the end of which has proved that no compromise on the supreme question of the people's right to legislate for themselves can be tolerated. Be not deceived by Schemes for Reforming the House of Lords at this juncture. Uutil the Veto goes all such ideals, however needtut and appropriate to that House itself, will leave the Lords iitill barring the road to progress and a standing meance to all that Wales holds most dear in legislation. Never will you fight with better cause or win a greater victory. The Veto of the Lords is the last and only refuge of Conservatism. Under the power of hereditary privilege shelter the undemocratic and malignant creeds of Protection and Jingoism Tariff Reform with its Bread Taxes and plunder of the poor, garnished with ideals of bloated armaments and sentiments of aggression towards neighbouring nations. Release yourselves finally from the patronage of the Peers and enter into an inheritance which old Walts has gathered for its children. Enjoy your Right of Religious Freedom, and thke your full share of social progress la acquiring just Measures of Licensing Reform and Education. In one generation Wales has risen from poli- tical obscurity to political distinction we now owe it to ourselves and to Wa.es in this great battle with the Veto of the Peers, to recognise the rightiousness of our fathers' cause, and to vindicate their national policy by a crowning v:ctory on the greatest day of our history. Your faithful servant, A. E. HUMPHREYS-OWEN. Glansevern, Berriew, December 1st, 1910. ETHOLIAD SEXEDDOL, 1910. AT ETHOLWYR RHANBARTH EIFION. SIR CAERNARFON. Foneddigion, DYMUNAF ddiolch i chwi am yr an- rhydedd osodwvd arnaf heddyw, am y drydedd waith, drwy gael fy ethol yn ddiwrthwynebiad i'ch cynrychioli yn y Senedd. Bydd yn bleser i mi wneyd yr hyn sydd yn fy ngallu i hyrwyddo eich buddianau, ac i roi datganiad i'ch syniadau yn Nhy y Cyffredin. MeddaT yr anrhydedd o fod, Eich ufudd wasanaethydd, ELLIS W. DAVIES. Graig Wen, Caernarfon, 3ydd Rhagfyr, 1910. r767 PUBLIC NOTICES. ELECTION OF Member to Serve in Parliament FOR THE COUNTY OF MERIONETH. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the undermentioned person has been duly elected to serve as Member for the said County in Parliament. Sur- Other ■, Rank, Profession, name. Names. 06 or cccupation. HENRY PANTY" JONES TR neuadd, Ironmocger JTLAYDN M Towyn Signed, HENRY MEREDYTH RICHARDS, Returning Officer. Dated this Fifth day of December, 1910. r759 BUSINESS ADDRESSES. BULBS! BULBS!! J. VEAREY, 17, Northyate St., Aberystwythf Has now in Stock a reliable and genuine variety of Flowering Bulbs FOR AUTUMN PLANTING, And all kiuda of seasonable Fruit and Vegetables. zn OUT FLOWERS of every variety Mr. R. GARDINER (Late Agent to the Crosswood Estate Valuer, Surveyor, &c., CARADOG ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH PROPERTIES INSPECTED and REPORTED 0.. VALUATIONS, ARBITRATIONS, ETC. INSURANCES ARRANGED. j95 STEAM LAUNDRY, ABERYSTWYTH. — B. JONES — BFGS to inform bis numerous Customers that owing to the increase of business be ha put down additional NEW AND MODERN MACHINERY to enable him to execute all orders with prompt- ness and despatch, and hopes to still merit your esteemed patronage and suppcrt HOTELS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. SHIRTS AND COLLARS A SPECIALITY. All Goods Collected and Delivered iree of Charg*. Send a Poatoard and the Van will oaft Particulars and Prices on application.