CARDIGANSHIRE. BOW STREET, R.S.O., Cardiganshire, about 3! miles from the seaside town of Aberystwyth, on the Cambrian Railways. Important Sale of VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, known as Glen View, which MR. J. E. JAMES has been favoured with in- structions from Mr. J. Meurig-Edwards (who is leaving the neighbourhood), to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberyst- wyth On MONDAY, APRIL 1st, 1907, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions as may be then read. The Property comprises of a substantially-built DWELLING HOUSE, standing on its own grounds, having a frontage of 87 feet to the main road leading from Aberystwyth to Machynlleth. It is situate within a minutes' walk of Bow Street Railway Station on the Cambrian Railways. The House, which is brick built, is ornamentally cemented and contains Large Dining Room, Sitting Room, and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, 4 Bed- rooms and Attics above Wash-house, and w.c. out- side. Large Garden which is enclosed with wire fence and stone wall. Recently there was added to the house a large well-fitted Shop which is used as a restaurant and known as The Gogerddan Restaurant," There is ample supply of water throughout the year and the sanitary arrangements are perfect. It affords a splendid opportunity for anyone desirous of procuring a convenient country residence. There is also a large yard and workshop which could be converted into a stable and coach-house. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Smith and Davies, Solicitors, or to the Auctioneer, all of Aberystwyth. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. SHORT COURSES IN LAW. A Six-Weeks Course of Lectures on English Law will be delivered by Professor T. A. LEVI, M.A., B.C.L., at the College from April 2gth to June 8th, igo/1. These Lectures are specially adapted for Articled Clerks, and are open to them without pay- ment of fee. Ten Lectures will be delivered each week, namely:— Three on the LAW of CONTRACT, two on the LAW of TORT and CRIME. Three on the LAW of REAL and PERSONAL PROPERTY, and two on the PRINCIPLES of CONVEY- ANCING. The Lectures will be equally suitable for Intermediate and Final Students, and the Students will be entitled to the use of the Law Library, as well as partake of the privileges of other College Students. All applications for admission to, the Course should be directed as soon as possible to J. H. DAVIES, M.A.i Registrar. ABERYSTWYTH. MORGAN & ROBERTS will SELL by AUCTION Ri at the LION HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, on TUESDAY, 9th of April, 1907, at THREE o'clock in the afternoon, the following most desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. All that Messuage Garden Outbildings and Appurtenances known as 30, Pier Street, Aberyst- wyth, in the County of Cardigan, in the occupation of Mrs. Hughes Jones, containing Cellars, Four Sitting Rooms, Strong Room (which could easily be converted into Lavatories), Large Kitchen on ground floor, Pantries, Scullery, Outoffices, &c. Seven bed- rooms, combined bed and bath-room, w.c., large Store Room. Large garden, with Vinery and Hot House. Also Stables, Coach House, and other buildings at the back occupied by Evans Brothers, Printers, and Mrs. M. A. Jones, confectioner. The above is within one minutes walk of the Pier and Marine Parade, and can be easily adapted for either a Private Residence, Boarding or Lodging House, Private Hotel or School premises. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, No. 1, New Street, or to Messrs. Smith and Davies, Solicitors, both of Aberystwyth.
Notes and News. TREMENDOUS crowds thronged the South Wales cemeteries on Palm Sunday. The weather was glorious. DEEP regret is felt in Mid-Cardiganshire at the forthcoming departure of the Rev. J. Thickens for London. Mr. Thickens is a really good man. MR. BALFOUR is to visit Cardiff this year. His speech will probably be of the usual hazy, guarded, and non-committal kind. THERE is a welcome national awakening at Aberystwyth. The people of the town strove enthusiastically to secure the Welsh National Library for the town, and succeeded in their efforts. Subsequently a Welsh Society was started in the town, and now a strong effort is being made to secure the Welsh National Eisteddfod for 1909. THE Rev. T. Sinclair Evans, a well-known Swansea minister, speaks words of wisdom. Here is one good extract from a recent lecture of his :—" By all means let people devote themselves to the pursuit of wealth. I am not prejudiced against that. I think everyone should aim at becoming rich, and further than that, I think that even ministers should try. I venture to say, however, that they will never succeed. Poor fellows, they may give it up. The sooner the better." Felly WE are all glad to know that Mr. T. H. Davies had a great reception on his visit to Liverpool to lecture before the Garston Literary Societies. The subject of his lecture was Prophets and Movements of the Past Century," and, according to all reports, it was an unqualified success. Though Mr. Davies was only a few hours in Liverpool, he also lectured to the Spellow Guild on The Village Pump and its power," and that lecture was attended with great success. THE announcement of the death of the Rev. John Pugh on Sunday night," writes our South Wales correspondent, occasioned feelings of deep sorrow, and it will be diffi- cult to fill his place. He was a unique organiser, and the manner in which he worked up the great Calvinistic Methodist Forward Movement from a small beginning to its present splendid position will be a lasting monument to his memory. The Forward Movement was started in the year 1888, 19 years ago, in a small tent on the East Moors-an industrial district of Cardiff. To-day it has nine large halls in that city, as well as two in Barry, six in the Swansea district, two in the Maesteg district, and 27 in Newport, Taff, Western and Eastern Valleys, Rhymney, Mid and North Wales, and Rhondda Valley, or a total of 46 mis- sions Verily the Rev. J. Pugh was no ordinary man. Heddwch i'w lwch." WE understand that the following names have been added to the Commission of the Peace for Radnorshire Mr. Edward Jenkins, Gwalia, Llandrindod Mr. Arthur E. Morgan, Llandrindod Mr. Evan Button, Llandrindod Mr. James Hamer, Penybont; Mr. Thomas A. Lote, Knighton; Mr. John W. Jones, Rhayader; Mr. Owen Owens, Penybont; and Mr. Thomas Meredith, Llan- bister. Six are Liberals and two Conserva- tives. This is the second batch since January, 1906, three Liberals having previously been added. We congratulate our old friend, Mr. Jenkins, Gwalia, on his new honour. ———— A North Wales lady, speaking at a Bangor temperance meeting, said that the only difference between the women of Turkey and the women of Wales was that the women of Turkey never saw their husbands before their wedding day and that the women of Wales never saw their husbands after the wedding day. THE new edition of The Pilgrim's Pro- gress," just issued by Messrs. Dent and Co., in the Everyman's Library," has an intro- troduction by the Rev. H. El vet Lewis, M.A.