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JOHN P. THOMAS, M.P.S., PHARMACEUTICAL AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, 6 (BY EXAMINATION), 5, GREAT DARKGATE STREET.
CLABACH. Ffynonddn, Mrs Oliver— Mra Davies, Llandebie
BORTH. 7, Cambrian Terrace, Mra Davies- Mr and Mrs Protheroe, family and maid, Amman- ford 1, Libanna Terrace, T. Gongh Thomas- Mr and Mra Thomas, Aberoegir Neptune Hooso, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mrs Orison, family and nurse, Cheltenham Mr and Mra Cooper, family and nurse, Birmingham Maater and Miss Cray, London 7, High Street, Misa A. E. Lloyd- Mr and Mrs Hnrst and family, Welshpool Saxatile Honse. Mrs Evane- Mr and M rs Brown, children and nurse, Darlaaton I Picton Terr-tee, Ocean Wave, Mrs Williams Mr and Mra Hughes and family, Oswestry Mrs Cimmin, Shrewsbury 11, High Street, Mrs Daviea— Mr and Mrs Edward Davies and family, Welshpeol MisA Waring, Welshpool Rodney House, Mrs Lewis— Mr and Miss Hnghes, Cemmes Mrs and Master Jones, Aberangell Miss Nellie Brce., do York Houp-e, Mrs Huirbes- Mr and Mrs Frank Haaeldiue, Nottingham^ Miss Hewitson, Ingleton, Yorkshire Penmount Hoose, Mra Thomas— Mrs Roberts and family, Oswestry Cambrian Hotel, G. Lewis- Hon Mr and Mrs Barley, children and maids, Herefordshire Mr and Mrs R. E. Jones, Shrewsbury Mrs W. Jones, do Mr Phillips, Brecon Mr G. Owen, Oswestry Mr Howell and Mt Wood, Rhayader Mr and Mrs Japp; Mr and Miss Jones, Lcndon The Misses Tomlinson, London The Rev Clanghlan; Mr Griffiths, Machynlleth Diana Honse, Mra Daviea—• Mrs Edmonds and family, Newtown Mrs Lnther, Clnn, Salop Mrs W. Daviea, Newcastle, Clan Misa Marion Davies Mrs Goodwin, Shrewsbury Mias Rust and Misa Billing, BayAen Adelaide Place, Mrs E. ugiles- Rev and Mra Price, children and nurse, Llanidloes Mr John Edwards. Merthyr Jasper Villas, Mrs Peters— Mr and Mrs Ray, family and nurse, Newtown Mra Cadenhead, Melbourne Mr W. Stevens, Brierley Hill 3, Cambrian Terrace, Mr Watkins— Mrs Whitehouse, Cannook Shrewsbury House, Mra Riohards- Mr, Mrs and Maater Curtis, Aberdare Mr and Mrs Price, do 11, Cambrian Terrace, Mra Walters- H. D. Archdall, Willow Bank, Ireland Sea View Honse, Mrs JODee- The Rev. and Mrs Sproston, Mr Sproston, WolTer- hampton 2, Railway Terrace, Miss M. Luat- Mr and Mrs Johnson and family, Birmingham Mrs Lunt and child, Blaenplwyf Caravan, Oswestry Crescent Camping Company- Mr M 0 Nicholson, Oswestry Mr J C Beckitt, do Mr A W Lewis, do Mr H E Owen, do Mr G H Davies, do
TOWYN. 6, Red Lion Street, John Davies- Mr Jones, Pihill =Mr.@ and the Misses Pickering, Wrexham 2, Pier Villas, Miss Jonea- Mr and Mra Laken, Shrewsbury Miss Collins, Scotland T. and Mra Lewthwaite and family, Hnddorsfleld HIGH STREET. 6, Mrs Thomas- Rev R. Davies 8, Mrs Williame- Mr, Mrs, Maatar and Miss Rees, Birmingham Mr, Mrs and Master Whewell, do Mrs, Miss and Master Palmer, Salesbury Mrs Price, Birmingham 7, Warwick Place, Mr Steele- Mr Crindon, Kidderminster Mr Welch, do Mr and Mra Johnson, Woodselton Chnreh street, J. Jones- Mrs Owen, Aberllyfeni CORBET SQUARE. 7, Manchester House, S. Edmnnù- Mr L. Morgan, Cemmes Mr E. Heven Jones, Oswestry Warwick Place, Ivy House, Mrs Morris- Mr and Mrs Davies, Oswestry Miss Brown and Mrs Groves, Worthen 1, Pier Villas, Mra E. Humphreys- Mr and the Misses Pierce, Manohester Mr and Mrs Matthews, family and nurse 2, Warwick Place, Mrs Jones- Mr and Mra B. Worton, Birmingham Mrs S. Russell and family, do Mrs Harris and family, do Mrs and Mr H. Bridgewater and niece, do Misses K. and J. Elliott, Liverpool Miss Robb, do Pier Villa, the Misses Davies- Mr M. C. C. Yates, London Mrs Nelson, Abrington Rev T., Mrs and Miss Arnold Miss Wilson, Northampton Mr and Mrs Hirne and family, Birmingham 3, Pier Vills- Miss Armitage and Miss Baker, Edgebaaton Mrs Hill, Dolgelley Mrs and Miss Collings 1, Plas Edwards Mrs Hughes- Mr and Mrs Hearn, family and maid. Barton-on- Trent Mias Slater, do Cadfan House, Mrs Edmunds- Mr and Mrs Powell and children Glanymor Farm, Mr John Jones Mrs and the Misses Cross Mr and Miss Cane Messrs. John, William and Duncan BOSMQ 2, Plas Edwards, Mr William8- Mr Abeland, family and maid, Walsall Mr Barling, family and governess, Herefordshire Mr Parry Jones and party, Newtown
STRATA FLORIDA. 14 Tawwo Road Mr David Jonel- The Rev Mr Owen, Aberayron Red Lion, Mrs Jonee- Mrs Watkins, North-parade, Aberystwyth Mr W. Watkins, solioitor, Newtown Mr and Mrs Roberts and family, Newport, Mott Mr H. Glover, Bristol Lisbnrne Arms, Mra James- Mrs Jenkins and nurse, Llanon Doldont Honse, Mrs Lewis- Miss Evans, Lampeter Post Office, T. Richards- Thomas Richards, Llwynpia Susannah Richards, do Fountain Hall, Mias Evans- Mr Daniel Richards, Berthgoed Wellington House, Mrs Evans- l The Rev W. 0. Edwards, B.D., and lira Edwwds and family, Aberayron 3, Lisbnrne street, Mrs Jonei- Mr and Mia* Jerkin*. Trehairis Roderick Jones, Mardy Black Lion Hotel, David Jonkins- Mr and Mra W. H. Howell, Aherayron Mra Lloyd, London Mr and Mrs Oliver, Aberdare Miss Monnda and servant, Aberystwyth Mr Wm Jones, Northampton Mr John Evans, Aberystwyth Mr T. Owen, Lampeter Butter Hall, Afriq T. Hughes- Mra and Miss Williams, Dolgelley Tymawr, Misa Hughes- Daniel Hagbes, Aberdare Reel Hnghes, Ynysybwl Abbey View, Mrs T. Evang- Mias Watkins, Aberystwyth Mrs Davies, Llanddewi Corner Honae, Mrs GoldtJworthy- Mr Layton, Chester Terrace Road, Miss Mary Jonos- Mr Dann, Chester Ddolfach, Mrs T. Jone8- Mias Jones, Treorkey Terrace Boad, Mrs Edwards— Mrs Lewis, Aberystwyth Mrs Dou-bton, do New Inn, Mr EVltns- Mr David Jenkins, berystwyth
TREGARON. Poplar Cottage, Rev M. Evans- Miss Evana, Llanon Brenig View, Mr Peter Williams- Mrs and Mias Owen, New Qnay Mrs Owen, Llangrauog Glangro, Mr J. P. Ree.,i- .Mr P. Rees, Tiverton Hayes, Bath Lwn Hotel, Mr D. Jones- Air Thomas, Aberystwyth River Side, Mr Thomas Jones- Mr and Mies Jones, Treorky _»• Sawyer, London Chapel street, Pleasant Cottage, Mrs Jones— Mr Wilding, Norwioh Pentre, Mr Rees Jones- Mr J. Jones, Penrhiwceibir Crosa Honse, Mr Walters— x Mrs and Master Lloyd, Vicarage Llanpnmpsaint •Bed Lion Inn, Mrs Jones— Miss Evans, Aberayron Miss Jones, do Brietol Armfj Miss Jones- Mr and Miss Moigan, London Penddol, Mrs Evans- Mr J. Bennett and family, London Bron Villa, Mr Jonea- Mr aad Miss Jones, Cardiff „ STATION ROAD. £ ?»»» j«'"S— VWTV88 Jones, Massycrngian Rees Hnghes— Mr W. C. Jonea, Colorado, U.S.A ITy Cottage, Mrs Feliz- Sergt. West and family, Tenby Chapel street, Vintoria Honse, Mr D. Thomas- Master H. R. Thomas, London Bailwa, Tavern, Mr E. Benjamin— Mr Benjamin, London Tanyf,awenti Mr B. Jones- Mr Benj. Jones, Neath
EDWAD EDWARDS, I 13, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH BOOKSELLER, STATIONER, Ac. PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS BY VALENTINE, BEDFORD, AND FRITH. I BOOKS OF VIEWS, GUIDE BOOKS, &C. I
JULY, 1887. I EDWARD ELLIS, AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, HOUSE A GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT, Office and Auction Rooms and General Repository, 18, PIER STREET & No. 1, NEW STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Valuation for Probate and Transfer. Register of Property to be Sold, Houses and Pre- nuses to be Let, Businesses to be disposed of, Sales by Auction of Household Furniture, Farming Stock, Shippingt Mining Machinery, Ac. Sales of all descriptions undertaken, with prompt settlements. Advances made upon all goods con- signed for positive sale by auction or private treaty. Parties desirous of obtaining particulars of Estates and Houses, furnished or unfurnished, or Apartments to Let will have them forwarded on application. Household Furniture, Stock-in trade, Second-hand Books, and other passable Property, purchased. Consignments made daily. Furniture and Stock in. spected with view to purchase without charge. Rents collected, Properties sold by private treaty, Mortgages and general business negotiated. All business communications will receive punctual attention, addressed "E. ELLIS, 18, Pier-street, Aberystwyth." HOUSES TO BE LET, FURNISHED, &C. 1. To be Let, Genteel Residence, containing entrance Hall, Dining, Drawing, and Sitting Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Box Room, Kitchen, Butler's Pantry, Scullery, Hot and Cold Bath, 2 w.c.'s, small flower garden, pleasantly situated and close to the Castle walks and sea beach. Rent moderate. 2. Genteel Residence on Marine-terrace, contain- ing 1 Dining, 1 Drawing, and 8 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Housekeeper's Room, Bath-room, and other necessary offices, situation is delighful, sea view in front, fine open country view at the back. Sanitary condition perfect. 3. To be Let, in Bridge-street, House, containing Dinmg Room, Drawing Room, Parlour, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Wash-house, Bath-room, and other offices, garden, w.c., Neatly famished plentiful supply of pure water. 4. To be Let, Genteel Marine Residence, contain- ing 3 Reception Rooms, 10 Bedrooms, Bath, and all necessary offices. 5. To be Let, for eight or ten weeks, Marine Residence, containing 3 Reception Rooms, 7 Bed- rooms, Bathroom, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, Garden. Neatly furnished. Sanitary arrangements perfect. 6. To be Let, Small Residence in Llanbadarn-road, containing 1 bitting Room, 1 Drawing Room, 4 Bed- rooms, Kitchen, Wash-house, Pantry, w.o., garden, flower garden, enclosed within railings in front. 7. To be Let, Seaside Residence, containing on basement large Kitchen,Servants' Hall, and Scullery; ground floor, Dining Room, and Bedroom; first floor, Drawing Room and Bedroom, 5 Bedrooms, front and back garden, 2 w.c's. 8. To be Let, Semi-detached Genteel Residence, containing handsome portico and fernery, entrance Hall, Breakfast Room, Dining Room, 1 Drawing Room, 5 Best Bedrooms, 3 Attic Bedrooms, 1 Dining Room, Box-room, Store-room, small Greenhouse, China Pantry, Housemaid's Room,large well-arranged Kitchen, Cooking-range and Cooking Stove, Gas through the Honse, Hot and Cold Water Bath, 2 w.c.'s. Situation very desirable, within 50 yards or so to the Castle walks and the beach a delightful view of the sea add the surrounding hills from the house. Elaborately furnished,plate and linen included if required. 9. Detached Villa Residence, half-a-mile' from the town of Aberystwyth, one-quarter mile from Llan- badarn-fawr (the kitchen garden of Aberystwyth), containing Library, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, 5 Best Bedrooms, 2 Servants' Bedrooms, Study, Bath- room, Kitchen, Butler's Pantry, Larder, Boot-room. Scullery, Kitchen Garden and Flower Garden Southern aspect embracing a view of the Rheido Valley. Supplied with water from the Plynlimo lake. Sanitary condition complete. 10. A Private Residence, close by and facing th sea, commanding an extensive view of Cardigan Bay well sheltered from north and east winds; well-fui nisbed, containing 4 Reception Rooms, 11 Bedrooms, Large Servants' Dining Hall, Hot and Cold Bath. Excellent domestic accommodation. Stabling if required. Rent for June and Jnly 10 guineas per week, from August and September 12 guineas per week for eight weeks.
A BOY KILLED AT BORTH. -
A BOY KILLED AT BORTH. On Monday evening, a fatal accident happened to a lad named Abraham Daviea, son of Capt Davies. The boy, who was between ten and eleven years of age, was with six other lads of his own age, playing with one of the goods waggons on the siding of the railway. They had been warned off several times, but returned as soon as they found the officials engaged with their duties. There is a slight incline of the rails, and they pushed the waggon up the steep, after which it would run down, thus giving the boys an opportunity of riding on the connecting rods be- tween the wheels. Davies was thus enjoying himself, when he got drawn in between the connecting rod and the wheel, and was thus severely crushed. Capt Abraham Davies and P.C. Phillips took him to a house close by, and he was afterwards conveyed home, and attended to by Dr John Jonea. The injuries were chiefly internal, and after lingering from seven o'clock until 9.30 the same evening, he died. He was con- soious up to the time of his death. The inquest was held to-day (Wednesday). m I Aberystwyth, from Constitution Hill. [FROM: "THE GOSSIPING GUIDE TO WALES."]
CHURCH AND CHAPEL.
CHURCH AND CHAPEL. THE RELIGIOUS MAN AS A BUILDER. The Rev J. Pugh, vicar, was the preacher at the English service at Llanbadarn Church on Sunday morning, when there was a large congregation. The rev gentleman founded his remarks on Luke vi., 48 and 49 verses, namely, the parable of the two bn/ld ers. He said the text taught them the nature of true religion; it was something more than a creed, a form, or a theory. The Lord distinguished the real from the formal Christian in the text. Men might be of the same form of worship, but beneath this outward resemblance there lay an unseen and unthought of dissimilarity of the utmost importance. He first noticed the similarity between the two characters in the text, and he observed in the first place that they were both builders, and both were described as being actually at work. They had no- thing to do in this case with the openly profane and careless, and their Lord was speaking of an alto- gether different class—not such of their neighbours as were profaning that sacred (Sabbath) day, for each of the persons in the parable had set to work; they both built a house of the same description intended to answer the same purpose, to be a dwelling-place. a place of safety; their object was to find a shelter, to get something that wouid support them; the houses were raised with these objects in view, and in appearance they were the same. They all heard the same gospel, called upon the same Christ, and desired to dwell in the same heaven. He also noticed that the houses of these builders were severely tried-the rains descended, the floods came, and the winds blew. All Christians must expect that their religion would be brought to the test. Perhaps it had been tried already, but if not the time of trial would surely overtake them; the world and Satan would not quietly let them go-it was temptation, affliction, disappointment, sickness, and persecution-these were the things which would show them what manner of men they were. But even if they could escape all these they could not escape that day which would lay bare the secrets of all men's hearts, which would leave not a single self-deceiver undeceived, and not one trembling believer disappointed or unble,t. He next considered the dissimilarity between these two men. One built his house with foresight, the other heedlessly. When they began there were no storms or ftoods-the air was quiet, and the sky clear. One of the two builders was deceived by the calm, and built his house as though there would be little or nothing to trouble, it. The other, on the contrary, expected winds, rains, and the rushing torrent; he acted accordingly, and built a house to withstand every shock. So there were men who were aatiafied with a religion that would answer present purpose8. to quiet their own conciences, and make them respectable. Not so the true Christian; the Holy Spirit had shown him the misery of a lost condition, I and had enabled him to see his present wants, there- fore he laboured for something that would stand the storm, something that would support him when everything else gave way. Another difference be- tween the two men was that one of them was a pains- taking builder and the other a superficial builder. The one built on the suface. while the other built on a rock, and therefore while the structure of the other was rapidly rising he waa employed below the surface. It was easy to make a show of piety, but true religion was a laborious piety. There was still a more important point of difference between these builders: one looked well to the foundation of his house, tke other was indifferent. The building of one had a foundation, and that foundation waa a rock the structure of the other had no foundation. They here discovered the difference between the true believer and the aelf-deceiver. The Lord Jesus was the rock on which one stood the true Christian cast away his own righteousness, and trusted himself on the righteousness ef the Lord Jesus Christ. The preacher also noted the difference between the end of these two men, pointing out the forcibility of the parable by noting that the rains in Eastern countries were heavier and continued longer than in our own. There the two houses stood; the one shook for a moment, and the next moment it was gone—it was a house erected upon sand; it fell in the storm, in the very hour when the man had most need of it, and expected the most from it, and thus did the self- deceiver fall; in the great day of judgment the house would not stand, and the ruin of that house was very great. But the house on the rock stood; let the judgment come that man who was on the Rock was still unmoveable. Thousands might fall at his side, and ten thousand at his right hand. but there stood his house, an everlasting and glorious monument to Jehovah's praise. The preacher then drew some excellent deductions from the text, among them Deing the value of true religion, and the great hope of the believer in being founded upon the Rock Jesus Christ.
DIVISION OF THE PARISH.
DIVISION OF THE PARISH. The following appeared in the London Gazette" of Friday:- At the Court at Windsor, the 12th day of July, 1887. Present-The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Whereas the Ecclesiastical Commis- sioners for England have, in pursuance of the Act of the fifty-ninth year of His Majesty King George the Third, chapter one hundred and thirty-four of the Act of the second and third years of Her Majesty, chapter forty-nine and of the Act of the nineteenth and twentieth years of Her Majesty, chapter fifty- five, duly prepared and laid before Her Majesty in Council, a representation, bearing date the twenty- sixth day of May, in the year one thousand eight 'hundred and eighty-seven, in the words following, that is to say 11 We, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in pursuance of the Act of the fifty-ninth year of His Majesty King George the Third, chapter one hundred and thirty-four; of the Act of the second and third years of Your Majesty chapter forty-nine and of the Act of the nineteenth and twentieth years of Your Majesty chapter fifty-five, have prepared and now humbly lay before Your Majesty in Council, the following representation as to the assignment of a district chapelry to the consecrated church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, and in the diocese of St David's. Whereas it appears to us to be expedient that a district chapelry should be assigned to the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, aforesaid. Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, aforesaid. Now, therefore, with the consent of the Right ¡ Reverend William Basil, Bishop of the said diocese of Saint David's (testified by hia having signed and sealed this representation), we, the said Ecclesiastical Commissioners, humbly represent that it would in our opinion be expedient that all that part of the said parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, which is described in the schedule hereunder written, all which part together with the boundaries thereof, is delineated and set forth on the map or plan hereunto annexed, should be assigned as a district chapelry to the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the said parish as aforesaid, and that the same should be named The District Chapelry of the Holy Trinity, Aberystwyth.' And with the like consent of the said William Basil, Bishop of the said diocese of St David's (testi- fied as aforesaid), we, the said Ecclesiastical Com- missioners, further represent that it appears to us to be expedient that banns of matrimony should be pub- lished, and that marriages, baptisms, churchings, and burials should be solemnized or performed at the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the parish of Saint Miohael, Aberystwyth, as aforesaid, and that the fees to be received in respect of the publication of such banns and of the solemnization or perform- ance of the said offices should be paid and belong to the minister of the same church for the time being: Provided always that so long as the Reverend James Havard Protheroe, Clerk in Holy Orders, the present vicar or incumbent of the vicarage of the said parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, shall continue to be such vicar or incumbent, all the fees which may be received in respect of such publication, solemniza- tion, or performance at the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in such pariah as aforesaid, shall be paid over by the minister thereof to the said James Havard Protheroe: And provided also that nothing herein contained shall be construed as expressing any intention on the part of us, the said Commissioners, to concur in or approve the taking of any fee for the performance of the said office of baptism or for i the registration thereof. "We therefore humbly pray that your Majoetw will be graciously pleased to tak., the premises into your Hoyal consideration, and to make such Order with respect thereto as toyour Majesty in your Royal wisdom shall seem meet. The Schedule to which the foregoing Represen- tation has reference. The District Chapelry of the Holy Trinity, Aber- ystwyth, being:— All that part of the parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, and in the diocese of Saint David's, which is bounded upon the. south-east and upon the north-east by the parish of Llanbadarn-fawr, in the county and diocese aforesaid,, upon part of the west by the sea, and upon the re- maining sides, that is to say, upon the other part of the west, and upon the south-west by an imaginary line commencing upon the seashore at a point oppo- site to the middle of the western end of the street or road which leads past the southern side of the Queen's. Hotel, and which is called or known as Albert-place and extending thence eastward and in a straight line, across the Marine-terrace, to and along the middle- of the said Albert-place to its junction with the Queen's-ro id, and extending thence first southward and then south-eastward, along the middle of the said Queen's-road for a distance of thirteen chains or thereabouts to its junction with Newfoundland-street, and extending thence south-westward along the middle of the last-named street for a distance of seven chains or thereabouts to its junction with Terrace- road, and extending thence aouth-eastward for a distance of fourteen chaina or thereabouts along the middle of the last-named road, and across North- parade and along the mndlo of Mary-street to the junction of the last-named street with the street or road called Lewis-terrace at a point opposite to the entrance gates to the atation-yard of the line of the Cambrian Railway (Coast Section), and continuing thence aouth-eastward and in a straight line across Lewis-terrace aforesaid to a point in the middle of the said entrance gates. and extending thence southward in a straight line for a distance of rather more than one chain to a point in the middle of the western extremity of the said line of railway, and extending thence south-eastward along the middle of the same line of railway for a distance of thirty-five chains or* thereabouts to the boundary which divides the said parish of St Michael, Aberystwyth, from the parish of Llanbadarn-fawr aforesaid, save and except from the above-described part of the parish of Saint, Michael, Aberystwyth, all that portion thereof situate or lying upon the north-eastern side of North- road, containing by admeasurement two roods and four perches or thereabouts, and forming the site of the buildings known as the Aberystwyth National Schools with their appurtenant premises." And whereas the said representation has been approved by Her Majesty in Council; now therefore, Her Majesty, by and with advice of Her said Council, is pleased hereby to ratify the said representation, and to order and direct that the same and every part thereof shall be effectual in law immediately from and after the time when this Order shall have been duly published in the London Gazette" pursuant to the said Acts and Her Majesty, by and with the like advice, is pleased hereby to direct that this Order be forthwith registered by the Registrar of the said diocese of Saint David's. C. L. PEXL.
BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.
BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT. We dnesday. Before Mr George Green (mayor), Dr Rioe Williams, Mr John James, Mr Peter Jones, and Mr Richard James. SCHOOL ATTENDANCE. Maggie Hughes, Portland-lane, was charged on an adjourned summons for neglecting to send her boy to school.—Fined 2s. 6d. ANNOYING A WIFE. David Rowland Evans, draper, a lodger at the Nag's Head, Bridge-street, was summoned for annoy- ing his wife Mary Ann Evans, Angel Inn, and with entering her house and behaving in a noisy and tur- bulent manner, and refusing to quit when requested, on the 16th instant, whereby the complainant went in bodily fear of him, and she prayed for sureties of the peace.—Complainant obtained a separation order against her husband about two years ago, and she now stated that he had been in the habit of coming to her house, and on the 16th he threatened to break her bones when he had the chance. He also created a disturbance, and she had to send for a constable. He returned the same evening, about 10.30, and ahe had to call a man to turn him out.—The defendant did not appear, and a warrant was ordered to be issued for his apprehension. EXPOSING A HORSE. Humphrey Elli*, Pontllanio, farmer, was summoned for unlawfully exposing a horse for sale in Great Darkgate-street, on the 14th instant.—P.C. Joseph (12) proved the case.—Defendant said he was sorry he had broken the law, but he did not know that he was doing any harm.—Fined 5s. including eosts. ILL-TREATING CALVES. Daniel Rowlands, Cwmcyndnoes, Llanbadarn-tref- eglwys, butcher, was charged with cruelly ill-treating and torturing two calves by improperly conveying the same with their legs tied together in a small cart on the 14th inst.—P.S. Evans proved the case, and said that when the cord was taken off the calves* legs he found them much swollen, and the beasts could not stand.-Defendant, who pleaded guilty, was fined 2s 6d including costs. AN AFFRAY. Sophia Pulling, Moor-street, grinder's wife, and Jane Johnson, Moor-street, tinker's wife, were charged with making an affray by fighting in Moor- street on the 14th inst.-Mr Joseph Evans appeared for Pulling.—John Jones, who lives in Moor-street, said he saw the defendants fighting in a blacksmith's shop. They were fast together, fighting and scratch. ing each other.—Richard Jonea, blacksmith, said that he saw Mrs Pulling lying on the pavement, and he went to pick her up, thinking she was in a fit, but the other defendant came up, and they fought to. gether and rolled into his ahop. He then separated them.—Defendants were bound over in the sum of X2 each to keep the peace for six months. The eosts of the two witnesses were allowed.—Mr Evans objected to the bench ordering the payment of costs whereupon Mr Peter Jones said that Mr Evans ought to be quiet while the bench were conferring together, instead of having this punch and judy performance of jumping up and down.—Mr Evans If you like to call it punch and judy-Mr Jones Really I think it is disgraceful that you should be allowed to prac- tice in the state in which you are. and I think the police ought to take cognizance of it, as it is high time that a check is put upon such unseemly conduct.—Mr Evans I think the unseemlness oomes from the bench rather than anywhere else. ASSAULTING HIS WIFE. Cornelius Edwards, Trefechan, clock cleaner, was charged with assaulting and beating his wife Elizabeth Edwards on the 16th inst.—The complain- ant, a poor.looking woman, gave evidence that defendant had ill-used her repeatedly on Saturday, and since then he had struck and kicked her. The quarrel was commenced on Saturday by defendant's sister-in-law abusing her, calling her foul names, and striking her.—Complainant asked for a separation order, as she was afraid to live with her husband.— Defendant was fined 20s and costs, or one month's imprisonment, and a separation order was granted, the defendant to pay 6s a week towards the mainte- nance of his wife and child. DRUNKENNESS. John Edwards, Mill-street, tinman, was charged with being drunk on the highway on the 18th inst.— P.C. 26 deposed to seeing defendant being turned out of the old mill-house,Mill-street. He was very drunk, and as he was not allowed to go back to the house he locked defendant up.—Mr T. Powell gave confirma- tory evidence.—Defendant was fined 5s including costs. BEGGING. Rachel Kelly, Chamberlain's lodging house, Tre- fechan pedlar's wife, was charged with begging on the Marine-terrace on tha 12th inst.—P.C. Lewis proved the charge.—Defendant was fined 5e.
] CL Parker, R.E., Beading; Mr Hoaghton, Alder- Ittot; Mr and the Misses Owen and maid, Dol- Welley; Mr and Mrs Crann, Worcester; Mr and llrs Holden and maid, Liverpool; _Mr and Mrs jttake, America; Mr, Mrs ana Miss Booh; Mr talker, Salop VICTORIA TERBAClf. View House, Mrs Kenait— E. and Mrs Hewlett, family and maid, Man- ter Watkins, Talgarth • yJ88 Parry, do §(v A. and Mra Evans and maid, Hereford 1L.u.ø Bishop, do don Houøe- and Mra B. W. and Mies Moore, Wednesbury y H. B., Mrs and Master Marsden and Miss Taylor, Birmingham jjfcr Canon and Mrs Trimmer, Clapham KfctT Trimmer, Croydon "^ynlimon House, Mrs Pierce— g*8 and Mies Fowler, Great Malvern and Mrs W. T. Bannister and family, Kidde Iniuster C. A. Bannister and family, Claverloy 5r Malone, Dublin and Mrs Goostry and family, Buralem I <fcs and Master Tonley, do ^Trafalgar Hoose, Mr E. Felix— 111". Mrs, and Mr Marriott, Derby r and Mrs McConnell, Wimalow jjt E. J. Muff, Ilkley Jtrs and the Misses Laidlow (3), Withington 2r and Mra T. W. Alabaster and family, Moaeley Lewis, Newtown 'Brighton House, Miss Lewis— and Mrs Belham and Miss Stephens, Wimble- don < y and Mra Smallwood and neiee ijtr aad Mrs Lewis and family, Hands worth ^J«5geldie House, Mrs Jalian— and Mrs A. S. Richards, family and nurse, Sandaworth, Birmingham *«•, Mrs, Mias, Messrs J. and C., and Misa Averil and Miss N. Hives, Newport Pagnell ALBERT PLACE. Dumbarton Honse, Mrs Humphreys— -Vta and Misa Clayton, Sheffield k BRYNYMOR TEBBACE. View Cottage— k^ia and Miases Hopkins, Bath titenlossin Honse, Mrs Hoskin— 9rs Crosby, Salford, Manchester ljrs Donnell, Southport | *jjr Adshead, Neweastle-on-Tyno "As Ellis— ] Jhe Misses Kain, London and Mrs May and baby, Manchester yjt J. J. S. Rewe, Liverpool j d Honse, Mrs Meredith- | rjts, Misa and Miss A. West, Burnley *r and Mrs Taylor, family and maid, Liverpool a QUEEN'S ROAD. • *lra J H Jones— |*(r Hill, London 2'lton Honse, Mrs !Jamea— Jjrs Livealey, Madeley JJfa and Miss Eardley, Tunstall, Staff j f £ tr and Mrs Walkerdine and family, Birmingham ^Nal Palace, Mrs Price— y Davies, Bailtn SUs Morgan, Erwood Kn Humphreys, Brecon 5bs Jenkins, Penybont. y Davies, Welshpool fifes Davies, do gjas Kllia, do fusa Led with, do AM Edwards, do Hamer, Rhayader ^tQlanayron House, Mrs Jonea— St Corbett Birmingham fljf Coope,. Manchester Siaa Mills, Llanidloes • J Roberts, do jltnrliae House, Mrs Fear— 5* Mrs and Miss Ward, Madeley, Salop and Miss Biver, Carnarvon ^tiwioke Honse, Mrs Kane— ffe Misses Hooper, Maple ton, Aahbonrne -"q¡ø Mitchell, do ij*°o House, Mrs Owen— Henaage L»gg», Derbv w PORTLAND STREET. •jfcre Aetou- Ifr and Master Hall, Shrewsbury I «T Moose and Mr Miller, do ♦jHaafryn Hoose, Mrs Capt Daviea— 9r and Mrs Conlthard and family, Bnilth Wells Mrs and the Misses Christmas (2), Warwick yln Bateman— and Mrs Septimus Gnest and family. Erding- g#, near Birmingham Jonea, Portamonth ijlrs Hughes— •ifa and Miss Smith, Horncastle Evans, do iA-finie Sylvan us— 2* J. s. Williams, Carmarthen tI; and Mrs Coulson, Birmingham litra Rankin- JJiaa Bnssell, Maesycwmmer B'aa Powell, do Wills, Kensington jftts S. A. Powell, Fnlham Ipaa Collins, Maesyowmmer Sjss Blanehe Powell, do gSaa Haynes, Moaeley Bryan, Birmingham T^Sllan Vannin Honse, Mrs Whittington— gr and the Misses Mortimer, Bees ton, Notts SMa Snow, do aDd Mrs H. Baker ij*v David Morgan k*«T John Thomas Hughes— ^(r and Mra Wilding, Bnilth' Wells -4v and Mra Howells, Bargoed a**|r and Mra Jones, Birkenhead lira Capt J ones- jw and Mrs Price and family, Derby Chandler, Rhayader Evans and family w NORTH PARADE. lira Lumley- .Jtisaes Lawton, Cheshire iø8 Bagnall, Manchester w-Vfaes Potter, do Jane Jones— wQrg ana Miss Beebee, Wolverhampton • Jtfra Ellis— J?r and Mrs Bradley, Colly hurst, Manohwrter Mace, do -mm ByaDB- *iaa Sharrooks, Salford Vag Emma Sharrooka, do fc H Pontefract, Manchester tasters William and Frank and Miss Harvey, -.Salford Field, West Bromwioh JAJ Owen— *sd Mrs Evans ya Jones Thomas, Brecon "jjliss Morgan— ffa Smith and family .Plymouth Grore,Mancheeter JJias Morgan, Manchester ft J A Morgan, do Ktt Coy, do Ass Harrison, Leamington JKiases Lott, da *Jisa Biggina, Nortbfleet, Kent Harrison, Marylebone w^bsand the Misses Gray, Clifton \Mra Edwards— Jits and Miss Richards, Handsworth w«Oss Moore, do ^*trs Jones— Hugh Trefor Hnghes. Mold i,4t NOBTHGATE STREET. '-Worthgate House, Mrs Thomas— a Jonas, London » BAKER stBrarr. Jooes— Mills, Bangor D Lloyd— 5* Bust and son, London lift and Mrs Osborne and family, Birmingham •Jtra Davion- vft and Mrs Preston and family, Wolverhampton ^Joria Hotel— rjr and Mra Jones, Rhayader fts Arthur, Llanfechan v, MARKET STREET. ^b°t Hotel, Mr JR Jones— ft and Mra Allen, Wolverhampton; Mr Jonee, Swansea; Mr Musgrove. Chester; Mr Davies, t Liverpool; Mr J ones, Tregaron; Mr Franois; Mr Trounser; Mr Williams, Tannton; Mr James; Mr Thomas, Birmingham; Mr Bunner; Mr Sanderson, London; Mr Owen; Mr Morgan; Mr Morris, Chester; Mr Evans; Mr Watkins; ftjones, Liverpool; Mr Jenkins; Mr Price, •Shrewsbury fe FENMAESGLAS ROAD. ke Evans, Newtown b t, SHIPBUILDERS ROW. L. Thomas- Strong, Birmisgham HIGH STREET. 4- Mr and Mra Evans and family, Deloan It), Mrs Jones- AIr R Williams, Mardy Mrs Jankini, Pant, Dowlais 18, Mrs Davios- Mr and Mra Davies, Brecon Mrs Davies, Oswestry 21,- Mr F. Ferreth, Mr T. Devy, Mr E. Gibbs, Wolver, hampton Messrs. W. Jordan, do 25, Mr Riohard Edwards- Mr Mra & Thomas Jumes and family, Welshpool Mrs Langdon and family, do 27, Mrs Williams- Mrs Rowlands, baby and none, Clun Mr Williams, Tredegar 29, Mrtl Lloyà- Mra Taylor, nnrae and children, Walsall, Stafford- shirl" Mr Pri"e, Llanwrtyd 32, Miss IsaJc- Mr, Mrs, Miaa and Maater Parkes, Bury 38, Mra Capt Jones- Mr and Mra Brinton, Wast Bromwioh Mra Wilkes, do PRINCESS STREET. Royal Oak Inn, Mrs Morgan- Mr W. Hopkins, Star of Gwent Hotel, EbbwVale Mra Evaua, Holly Bash, do Mr and Mra Evans, Couch, Rhondda Valley Mr and Mra Burbeok, Perth 12, Mrs Samuel- Mr Daviea and aon, Shrewsbury Mr Danford, Oxford BRIDGE STREET. 15, Mrs Samuel- Mr, Mra and Turner, Nottingham 19, Mrs Jones- Mr Gwynne, Brecon Crosswood House, Mrs Clayton- Mrs Lewis Mr and Mra Fritrgat, Shrewsbury Mister T F Lewis, Aberayron Mr Lloyd 25, Miss M. J. Reøe- Mr Rees Jones, London Mr Simms, Llangnrig 42, Mrs Gobert- Mrs James Miss S Rayoolds, Brynmawr Mr Albert Bellamy, Stourbridsre 50, Mra Cash more—■ Mr and Master Roberta, Oswestry Misa M Davies, Oswestry Misses J T and E M Havard, Glasbury Mrs Walker and son. Sparkbrook, Birmingham Mias Willison, Sparkhill, do Miss Davies, do Miss Bradnaotr, King's Heath, do GEORGE STREET. 2 Newry Honse, Mra D. Lloyd- Mr A, D. Backmaster, Manchester Mr Simcox, Walsall Messrs Jewell, Birmingham 13,— Mr and Mrs Walker, Birmingham 14, Mrs Metcalfe— Mr Goodby, Wolverhampton Mr A Tnrton, do POWELL STREET. 4, Birmingham Honse, Mrs Morgan- Mr and Mra Davies and family, Penybont* Radnor- ahire. Mr and Mra B Cracroft, Birmingham PENGLAIS ROAD. Glyndwr Villa, Mrs Lewis- Mr and Mrs Walter Davenport, Little Wyrloy, near Walsall Mr and Mrs Edwards, baby and nurse, Llangollen UNION STREET. 1, Miss Morris- Mr and Mrs Skett, Shrewsbury Mr W. Jones, Treorkey Mr Taylor, Bristol Mr Bracegirdle, Manchester LEWIS TERRACE. 4, Mrs Benbow- Mrs Phillips and Mra Brees, Oswestry Mrs Philllpa- The Misses Latham, Birmingham Mr and Mrs Lee and child, do Railway Inn— Mr Williams, Rhymney Mr Jones, Lampeter Mr Jones, Tregaron CUSTOM-HOUSE STREET. 3, Mra Hughes- Mr Davies, Bailtb ST. MICHAEL'S PLAOB. 4, Mrs Lloyd- Mrs Parkes, Birmingham Mr, Mrs, and Master Powell, Wednesbnry Miss Harding, Birmingham 5, Mrs E. Williams- Mr R. Harris and Mr T. Harris, Radnorshire 2, Miss Owen— Mr E C Tudge, Knighton, Radnorshire Mr G Evans, do Mr C Price, do Mr Williams. do Mr E H Kaill, do Mr and Mrs Chambers, Ludlow LITTLE DARKGATE STREET. 29, Burleigh House, Mrs Flikoh- Dr and Mrs Clarke, Buenos Ayres, South Amnics NEW STREET. 20, Miss Jamel- Rev and Mrs Whitney, Huddersfield PIER STREET. Gwalia Temperance Hotel, Owen Owen- Mr Davies Mr Bishop, Malvern Mr Johnson, Cardigan 18, Mrs Ellis- Mrs Morgan, Miss M. Morgan* and lwtor R. Morgan, Rhayader 27, J. A. James- Mr Brockhill, London Mrs Withrington, GarthmeU Miss B. Turner 38, Mrs Jameø- Mr and Mra S. W. Bickley, Southaea Jfra Biokley, Worcester Si*8 Davies and family The Misses Davies, Coalbrookdale Pier Hotel, Hy Owen- Mr and Mrs and Master W. Owen, Seaoombe Messrs. Victor and H. Gosh, Stoke-on-Trent Mr and Miss Jones* Maehynlleth KING STREET. 6. Mrs Hughes- Mrs Southell and Miss Butler CHALYBEATE TERRACE. 11, Mrs Jones- Rev. A. C. Pearoe, Macclesfield 1 QUEEN STREET. S- Mr R. Watkins, Wolverhampton 14 Mra Owen- Mrs and the Misses J. and A. Hngheson, Treveoca Mr Newman, Wolverhampton 15, Mrs Morgans— Mrs Davies, Maesyerugiau Mr Edwards and Mr Douglas, Carnarvon Miss Jones, Llanidloes Mra Higgs and family, do 16, Mrs James Morgans- Mrs Higgs and family Mr W. E. Shnker, Churchstoke Mrs B. H. Davies, Maesomgiau 27 Mrs Jones- ih, Mrs and Master Rees, Taylors Town Mrs Hopkinson, Stoke-on-Trent 32, Mra Rees- Mrs Evans and family, Merthyr Mrs Endowes, Shinston 37, Mrs Simom— T. Brook, F. lkvok, E. WhiteL 38, Mrs Davim- Mr Davies, Carmarthen Mr Wm Jones, do Mr and Mra Thomas, do Mr Thomas, do Mr John Harris, Cinwill RAILWAY TERRACE. 5, Mrs Dedd- Mr and Mrs Barber, Birmingham 10, Mrs Griffiths- Miss Davies, Carmarthen Miss Davies, do. Dewsbury House, Mrs Hopkins- Mr and Mrs William a and family, Abfirtillery Miss Williams, Beaufort TERRACE ROAD. White Horse Hotel, Mrs Rea— Mr Garbet, Walsall Mr Evans, Portmaaoo 22, Beach House, Miss Llovd- Mrs and Miss Kovachick, Tredegar 29, Lisbnrne HOUBO, Mr F. Bannison- Mr J Grooott and family, Hanley 34, Mrs; Beeø- Miss Ironmonger, Newark-on-Trent Mrs Mardell, do Miss Derry, do NEWFOUNDLAND STREET. Mona Honse, Mrs Jones- Ken Mad Misa Rowe, As ten, Birmingluun Mrs Bess, Cardiff Mrs Young, Newport Mrs Roberts, Welshpool ALFRED PLACE. 4, Mrs Roberts- Mr, Mrs, Misses, and Mr F Timmins, Balsall Heath, Birmingham 7, Mrs Ellis- Mr, Mrs and Miss Holmes, Birmingham Mra and Miss Maad Guest, Hall Green, near Birmingham Dorset House, Miss Griffiths- Rev. H., Mrs and Miss Jones, Llanybyther Xse Felix, do GREAT DARKGATE STREET. LION HOTEL, John Roberts- Mr and the Misses Bolton, Northampton Mr and Mrs Davies, Lampeter; Mr Welsby, Lampeter; Mr Kiehards, Newport; Mr Beckitt and son, East Greenwich Mr Bickley and friend, Bir- minghmm; Mr Jaeksou Mr Brocklebauk; Mr Elias; Mr Seddon, Loudon; Mr Raphael, do Mr Evan Robert8. Manchester; Mr Boker do; Mr Wilson, Wolverhampton; Mr Wood- ward; Mr Stockdale; Mi and Mrs Gilmor*, London Mr Davies; Messrs. Young, Glasgow Mr Atkinson; Mr Booth, Birmingham; Mr Aateu Mr Crompton, Manchester; Mr Witoher Milford Hitven Mr Payne, Sheffield Mr Reese