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PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. CHEAP WEEK-END TICKETS, available from the Friday or Saturday to the following Monday or Tuesday; TEN DAYS' Tickets, available from the Friday or Saturday, to return on any Week-day up to and including the Monday week following date of issue; and TOURIST TICKETS, available for One Month, are issued to TOWYN, ABERYSTWYTH, BORTH, ABERDOVEY, BARMOUTH, DOLGELLEY, PORTMADOC, CRICCIETH, PWLLHELI, And other Coast Stations from the places named below Portmadoc Towyn. Aberdovey. Bor th. Barmouth- Dolgelley. rö r3 73 r¡j ADQ O a) & m gtn S 5? § 2. 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( 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 10/6 23/0 13/6 Lincoln v 23/0 10^6 23/0 10 6 24/6 10^6 24/6 10/6 23/0 13/6 26/0 Doncaster' J 21/6 10/6 21/6 10/6 23/0 10/6 21/6 10/6 21/6 12/6 23/6 Halifax 10/0 15/0 18/9 10/0 15/0 18/9 10/6 16/6 20/6 10/0 15/0 18/9 10/0 15/0 18/9 12/0 17/6 22/0 Wakefield" 10/0 15/6 18/0 10/0 15/6 18/0 10/6 17/0 20/0 10/0 15/6 18/0 10/0 15/6 18/0 12/0 17/6 20/6 Blackburn 8/6 12 0 16/6 8/6 12/0 16/6 10/0 14/0 18/6 8/6 12/6 16/6 8/6 12/6 16/6 11/6 14/6 19/0 Huddersfield. 10/0 15/0 18/0 10/0 15/0 18/0 10/6 16/6 19/6 10/0 15/0 18/0 10/0 15/0 18/0 12/0 17/6 21/0 Hull .w. 10/6 11 7 25/3 10/6 11/7 25/3 10/6 11/7 28/3 10/6 11/7 25/3 10/6 11/7 25/3 13/6 14/4 27/9 Griinsby •) 25/3 10/6 25/3 10/6 28/0 10/6 25/3 10/6 25/3 13/6 27/9 Sheffield V10/6 20/0 10/6 20/0 1C/6 21/6 10/6 21/6 10/9 20/0 12/6 23/0 Barnsley ) 19/2 10/6 19/2 10/6 21/2 10/6 19/2 10/6 19/2 12/6 22/2 Sale Altrincham"" [ 8/0 11/0 14/0 8/0 11/0 14/0 9/612/616/0 8/011/014/0 8/0 11/0 17/0 and Bowdon ) Leeds 10/0 15/6 20/6 10/0 15/6 20/6 10/6 17/0 21/6 10/0 15/6 20/6 10/0 15/6 20/6 12/0 17/6 23/6 Livemooi 8/0 9/0 11/6 8/0 9/0 11/6 9/6 10/6 14/0 8/0 9/0 11/6 8/0 9/0 11/6 9/6 11/6 15/3 Manchester 8/0 11/0 14/0 8/0 11/0 14/0 9/6 12/6 16/0 8/0 11/0 14/0 8/0 11/0 14/0 10/6 13/0 17/0 Warrington 7/6 9 6 12/0 7/6 9/6 12/0 9/0 11/6 14/0 7/6 10/0 12/0 7^6 10/0 12/0 11/0 13/0 16/0 Wi^an 8/6 10/6 14/6 8/6 10/6 14/6 9/0 12/6 15/6 8/6 11/0 14/6 8/6 11/0 14/6 11/0 13/0 17/6 Crewe 7/611/010/0 7/0 8/610/0 7/6 9/6 11/6 7/6 9/0 10/0 8/6 9/0 10/0 9/0 11/0 12/6 Chester" 7/0 8/0 10/0 7/0 8/0 10/0 7/6 9/6 11/6 7/0 8/0 9/0 7/0 8/0 10/0 9/0 11/0 14/6 Birkenhead 8 0 9/0 11/6 8/0 9/0 11/6 9/6 10/6 14/0 8/0 9/0 11/6 8/0 9/0 11/6 9/611/6 15/0 Oldham 9/0 11/6 14/6 8/6 11/6 14/6 10/0 13/0 16/3 9/0 11/6 14/6 9/0 11/6 14/6 11/0 13/6 17/6 Rochdale 9 0 12/0 15/6 9/0 12/0 15/6 10/6 13/6 17/6 9/0 12/0 15/6 9/0 12/0 15/6 11/6 14/0 18/6 Bradford 10/0 15/6 19/0 10/0 15/6 19/0 10/6 17/0 21/0 10/0 15/0 19/0 10/6 15/6 19/0 12/0 17/6 22/0 For full particulars as to the Trains, Fares, &c., see tourist programmes and other announcements issued by the London and North Western, Great Western, North Eastern, Lancashire and Yorkshire, North Staffordshire, and other Railway Companies. The cheap Week-end Tickets (Friday or Saturday to Sunday, Monday, or Tuesday), Tourist and Four- teen Days Tickets are issued from Cambrian Company's principal inland Stations, to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, and other Watering Places on the Cambrian Coast, during the Winter and Spring months. For full particulars see bills exhibited at all Cambrian Stations. Picturesque Wales" (Illustrated),, the Official Guide Book to the Cambrian Railways, edited by Mr. Godfrey Turner, Price 6d., and Pamphlet Where to Stay and What to See" (Illustrated), Price 2d., containing information respecting Hotels and Inns, Farm houses, and Country Lodgings, can be obtained at the Bookstalls, or on application to the Company's Offices or Stations. See the Company's New Souvenir Album containing 55 superb views of the Gems of Welsh Scenery, Price Sixpence. Further information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained on application to Mr. W. H. GOUGH, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Oswestry, November, 1895. General Manager DAVIES & Co.. LONDON HOUSE, TOWYN, GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY, DRESS- MAKING, AND TAILORING. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. g I);' !nltqn"tlllllltlI1IJUnllll1l1nllllllll1tllllllllllllllnllllt1"(PI il¡H 1;IUIII'i I Seeds, Trees, Bulbs, Plants, dc j | Direct from original & reliable source. f I Priced Catalogues Post Free. § 1 DlCKSONS Nurseries,&C. CHESTER] ~<]iiiMiiiimiii!itiim)Limiiiiii(iuiii!inmiiii(iiiiii(iimiHfiiiiii(itiiiiiiiiimiiiiMiifimt= J. LEWIS THOMAS, C.E., ENGINEER & SURVEYOR. SURVEYS UNDERTAKEN. Plans of all descriptions prepared on the shortest notice. Specifications, Quantities, Etc. ADDRESS: PLAS EDWARDS, TOWYN, R.S.O. ADDRESSES. TRY THE GENUINE ARTICLE pURE WELSH Å LE. pURE WELSH Å LE. pURE "Y^ELSH Å LE. CAMBRIAN JJREWERY CAMBRIAN BREWERY, CAMBRIAN B REWER-Y, DOLGELLEY. ALES-MILD AND BITTER—PORTER AND STOUT, In Casks, delivered free, at reasonable prices* GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY PURE. BREWED FROM THE BEST English Malt and Hops Only, Therefore a Speciality, and what the public hav always asked for. BOTTLED ALES, PORTER, AND STOUT can be obtained wholesale direct from us, or retail through our Agents. THIS IS THE BEST AND PUREST ARTICLE ON THE MARKET. If you want to earn zElO, take a sample of my Beer, get an analysis, and prove that I use any substitute for Malt and Hops, and you can spend an enjoyable holiday at my expense. PRICE LISTS ON APPLICATION TO H. F. Carpknter, PROPRIETOR, CAMBRIAN BREWERY, DOLGELLEY. TO jjUILDERS AND ROAD CONTRACTORS TONFANAU GRANITE QUARRY, TOWYN. uuOD ROUGH BUILDING STONE AND ROAD MATERIAL Can be supplied from this Quarry at 2s. Od. Per Ton. Delivered into trucks at Tonfanau Wharf on Cambrian Railway. Railway Carriage to Towyn Is. per ton. ALSO A QUANTITY OF GOOD BUILDING QUOINS. Apply to MR. J. G. JONES, TONFANAU QUARRY, TOWYN. THE STORES, HIGH STREET, AND STATION ROAD, TOWYN. J. GWILYM EVANS HAS OPENED THE ABOVE STORES FOR THE SALE OF HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES & PROVISIONS All Goods supplied are guaranteed to be of the Bost Quality. TEA-A SPECIALITY. T. C. JONES, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, Desires to call the attention of both residents and visitors to his stock of JEWELLERY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND FISHING TACKLE; ALSO, ALL KINDS OF FANCY GOODS Too numerous to mention. Before buying else- where call and see this grand display and judge for yourselves. The cheapest and best shop in the town. These goods are sold for ready money only. Persons intending to buy Presents will save at least 2a. 6d. in the £ by making their purchases at this establishment. All clean, brand new goods. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS AT GOLDEN GROVE, HIGH ST., TOWYN, AT GREATLY REDUCED TERMS During Autumn and Winter. Golden GXOVQ is conveniently situated within Two Minutes' walk from the Station, and commands splendid sea and mountain scenery. The sanitation is perfect. Bath, hot and cold. Apply, Mrs LEWIS. CARRIAGE AND HORSE FOR EIRE. PUBLIC NOTICES. SARAH JONES, DECEASED. Pursuant to the Statute 22nd and 23rd Vic. cap. 35 intituled An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees." "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors 1. and other persons having any debts, claims and demands against the Estate of Sarah Jones, late of Ty'nycornel Hotel, Talyllyn, in the County of Merioneth, Widow, Hotel-keeper, who died on the 30th day of June, 1897, and whose will was proved on the 5th day of October, 1897, by John Jones,of the National Provincial Bank of England, Llangefni, in the County of Anglesey, Bank Manager, and Mary Ann Jones, of Ty'nycornel Hotel, Talyllyn aforesaid, Spinster, the Executors thereof, in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, are hereby requested to send in their claims and demands in writing to me the under- signed, Solicitors to the Executors, on cr before the 12th day of November next, after which time the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice, and the Executors will not be answerable for the assets so distributed to any person of whose debt claim or demand they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 26th day of October, 1897, WILLIAM PIERCE OWEN, Aberystwyth, Solicitor to the said Executors. A TALE OF WALES IN THE DAYS OF KING ARTHUR WILL COMMENCE IN THE MONTGOMERY & CARDIGAN COUNTY TIMES ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH. THE FIRST PART OF THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC By CHRISTABEL HARDY, ENTITLED "HOW CARADOC BECAME THE KING'S MAN," Introduces readers to one ol the adventurous heroes of the Court and Camp of King Arthur. Caradoc ap Alan was a youth of good birth but slender for- tune who joined the Army of the British Ohampion, and quickly rose to be Captain of his Guard, and ultimately to greater honours. The theme is one of absorbing interest, and Miss Christabel Hardy treats it in a sympathetic style, in simple and dignified language worthy of the subject. THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC Are laid in Mid-Wales. In the waste highlands north of the peak of Plynlymmon, Caradog ap Alan spent his boyhood. He joined King Arthur's Army while it lay at Caersws. His first adventure takes him along the Hafren (River Severn) to Pengwern (Shrewsbury), and in the marshes near Trallwm (Welshpool) he passed through what was like the Valley of the Shadow of Death. Festiniog, the valley of the Dysynni, Craig Aderyn (the Bird Rock), Cader Idris—around well-known places in Montgomeryshire, Cardiganshire, and Merioneth- shire the tale runs. THE SERIES OF TALES, ENTITLED THE ADVE-N. T-U-RES OF CARADOC BY CHRISTABEL HARDY INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING! How Caradoc became the King's Man How Caradoc's Enemies were Revenged How Caradoc Fought the Devil How Caradoc Saved the Prince of Argoed How Young Sir Christopher Fought the Good Fight How Caradoc Parted from the King. PART I. "HOW CARADOC BECAME THE KING'S MAN," WILL APPEAR IN THE THE MONTGOMERY AND CARDIGAN COUNTY TIMES ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30TH. POSTERS printed in all colours at the COUNTT Jt- TIMES Office, Welshpool newest type; good style; moderate ehargee.