ADDRESSES. MOR 0 GAN YW CYMRU I GYD." MUSIC! MUSIC!! MUSIC! NO PLACE LIKE ARNFIELD'S, DOLGELLEY, FOR REALLY GOOD MUSIC (OLD AND NEW). Musical Instruments of the Best Make. MUSICAL ACCESSORIES OF EVERY KIND. PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, and AMERICAN ORGANS, UNRIVALLED FOR QUALITY AND PRICE. BRANCHES AT BARMOUTH AND PWLLHELI. Agent at Towyn: Mr. F. T. TOOKEY, 15, IDRIS VILLAS. ARNFIELD'S TUNERS AND REPAIRERS VISIT ALL PARTS OF NORTH WALES PERIODICALLY. Telegrams and all Communications-ARNFIELD, DOLGELLFyv COALS, LIME, BRICKS, PIPES, &c. BEST HOUSE, STEAM, AND SMITHY COALS. BUILDING AND AGRICULTURAL LIME. DELIVERED AT ALL RAILWAY STATIONS IN TRUCK LOADS AT LOWEST PRICES. ApPLY TO- ROBERT RICHARDS, PENSARN, LLANBEDR, R.S.O., AND AT TOWYN. District Agent for John Bazley White & Brothers' Cement. DICKSON S |o|h| Seeds, Trees, lirailr Plants, Bulbs, &c. Qeniiine & Reliable, DIRECT FROM CHESTER. Priced Catalogues Pott free. ^AddfCM"PIOKSON3, CHES» £ R.^1 THE Speoial Attention of the Public is drav a to the FURTHER REDUCED RATES fcr :the conveyance of. FRESH MEAT, Including Welsh Mutton also for Butter, Cheese Fish, Fruit, &c., Station to Station at Owners Risk. Also to the Reduced Scale of Rates for Parcels by Passenger Train.- For full particulars apply at the Stations. MINIMUM CHARGE, SIXPENCE. S~ ECOND CLASS TICKETS are now issued be ween Cambrian Stations and stations on the London and North Western and Great Western and other Companies' Lines. These Fares are based on a very small addition to the Third Class fares. GREATLY EXTENDED ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE ISSUE OF WEEK END TICKETS (Friday or Saturday to Monday or Tuesday) TO CAMBRIAN COAST STATIONS AND WELLB FROM STATIONS IN ENGLAND, Are now being put into operation. They include Bookings from Bath, Bristol, Oam. bridge, Darlington, Durham, Gloucester, Lincolrl Cheltenham, Harrogate, Middlesborough, New oantle-on-Tyne.N jtmngham, Norwich, Scarborough Sunderland, Tynemouth, Worcester, &c. PIC-NIC & PLEASURE PARTIES' Tickets, at reduced fares, are issued (with certain limitations) at all Cambrian Stations to Parties not less than Six First-class or Ten Second or Third-class passengers desirous of making Pleasure Excursions to places on or adjacent to this railway. Single fares for double journey will be charged for parties of 50 First-class or 100 Second er Third- olass passen gers. To obtain these tickets application must be made, to Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry or at any of the Stations not less than three days before the date of the Excursion. Further information regarding Excursion Traint and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Rai. ways can be obtained on application to Mr, W. 13 Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, October, 1901. A NICE SELECTION OF 1£1 SOLD AT REASONABLE PRICES BY W. THOMAS, IRONMONGER, TOWYN. GUNS FOR HIRE. A PARTMENTS.—To all having Aoartmentsto let. Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments empty when for ls (or three weeks, 2s), you 83.n have a thirty-word ADVERTISEMENT in six London Suburban newspapers, circulating in districts which each year send hundreds of London visitors to Towyn-on-Sea, Merioneth. Names of papers, Leyton, Leytonstone, West Ham, Wanstead, Woodford, and Forest Gate, and Manor Park and Ilford Express and Independent.—Address, Publisher, Independent Office, Leytonstone, London, N.E. ESTABLISHED 1857 Messrs. MURPHY & ROWLEY, SURGEON DENTISTS, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. H morary Dentists to the Aberystwyth Infirmary and Cardiganshire General Hospital. yfr ROWLEY visits — MACHYNLLETH— E/ery WEDNESDAY AFTEROON. Attendance f om 2 to 5 o'clock at MrL. J. Hughes's, Dovey View, near the Railway Station. rOWYN-The Second and Fourth Friday in ea -b month, from 2 to 5 o'clock, at Mrs. Jones's 43 High Street, near the Railway Station. At Home at ABERYSTWYTH M )NDAYS, TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SATURDAYS. CONSULTATIONS FREE. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of Houses or Apartments To Let or Wanted, Situations Vacant or Wanted, Articles Wanted or For Sale, Lost or Found, and all small advertisements are inserted in the TOWYN-ON-SEA AND MERIONETH COUNTY TIMES at the following charges, prepaid :— once 3 times 21 words Is Od 2s Od 28" Is 3d 2s 6d 35" Is 6d 3s Od No Advertisement is Booked at a less charge than 2s 6d. WANTED, Junior Clerk in solicitor's office; Vt must reside at Towyn.—Apply, COUNTY TIMES Office, Towyn. PROBATIONER, premium £5, Welsh indispen- P sible 3 years' training, salary £10, £16, £18, with indoor uniform and laundry.-Apply stating age with reference by December 30, to Secretary, Infirmary, Aberystwyth. WANTED, trustworthy Young Man to manage provision van and make himself generally useful ealaiy X25 per annum, living in.-Apply, Jones, Free Trade Hall, Taliesin. WANTED for near Liverpool a Housemaid; Experienced Cook, wages £ 30 to £ 40; and an Indoor Servant Man (who must have a good knowledge of p'ate cleaning); also 2 Laundresses for Cottage Laundry.-Apply, C.G., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. WANTED for near Liverpool, a respectable Young Girl as Between Maid, also House- maid Waitress, and Cook,wages about £ 24.—Apply, S.G., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. WANTED for near Newtown, House-parlour- maid also Cook-General.—Apply, H.G.H., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. WANTED for Welshpool a Nurse, one child.— Apply, R.A., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Jisapool, WANTED for Newtown, a Housemaid age not under 18; wages £ 12.—Apply, M.B.L. COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. WANTED a Housemaid for Bridgnorth.— Apply, P.B.B., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welsbpool. WANTED, experienced General Servant after Christmas, good wages.—Apply, Rev the Vicar, Llanidloes. WANTED for near Welshpool a good Plain Cook, small dairy, wages about £ 18.— Apply, W.G.C., OOUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. WANTED for Welshpool a good Plain Cook, no kitchenmaid kept.—Apply, W.E., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. WANTED for Llansantffraid a Plain Cook, able to bake and assist with washing and iron- ing.—Apply, P.B., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welsh- pool. WANTED for Welshpool, a House-parlour- maid.—Apply, M.C., COUNTY TIMES Regis- try, Welshpool. WANTED for Newtown a Cook-General, wages £ 18.—Apply, E.H., COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. I A LL SERVANTS Wanting Situations should WLJL advertise in the COUNTY TIMES, which is read i i every household in a very wide area. TO LET. TO LET, from Lady Day next, Trawscoed Hall Farm, near Guilsfield, 3 miles from Welshpool; good House and Buildings comprising 101 acres.- Apply to tenant, S Gittins. GARTHLLWYD ESTATES. TO LET from Lady Day, 1902, Llanloddian and part of Garthllwyd, in the parish of Llanfair. Particulars from Mr Thomas Evans, Kaesgwyn, Llanerfyl. TO LET.—Cottage and Garden at Hydan, four miles from Welshpool on Road to Llanfair; immediate possession.-Apply, John Evans, Estate Agent, 24, Broad Street, Welshpool. TO LET from 1st May next, the Rock House, jg with 4a 3r 23p of land, situate 1J miles from Newtown. The house contains 4 reception rooms, 9 bedrooms, and very convenient kitchens and usual offices, stable, coach-house, well laid out shrubberies, garden, orchard, tennis lawn, &c.—- For particulars apply to Edward Powell, Newtown. POWIS CASTLE ESTATES. TO BE LET FROM LADY-DAY, 1902. BUILDER'S PREMISES, WELSHPOOL. THE House, Builder's Workshops, Yards, Gar- dens, and Land, now in the occupation of Mr Aaron Watkin, advantageously situated in Severn street, Welshpool, adjoining the Shropshire Union Canal, and convenient to the Railway Station. HOUSE, HIGH STREET, WELSHPOOL. The House and Premises, 18, High Street, Welsh- pool, now in the occupation of Mr E. R. Jones. For permission to view and for further par- ticulars, apply to W. FORRESTER ADDIE, Esq., Estate Office, Powis Castle, Welshpool. FOOTBALL FIXTURE CAgnS NEATLY EXECTIXD AT THE COUNTY TIMES OFFICE, WELSHPOOL.
TRAIN ALTERATIONS. The following Alterations will be made on and from October 1st, 1901:— DOWN. The 8 5 a.m Oswestry to Aberystwyth will leave ti 8 20 I in* 10 j J a.m VV hiu:i; U Ci i !.■■/ Ui-.vt- W3ii be discontinued. The 2 20 p.m Special Express from Welshpool to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, &c, will be discontinued. The 12 15 p.m Express from WhitchurcL to Aberystwytb, Barmouth, &c, will be discontinued. The 1 20 p.m Talyllyn to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, &c, in connection with the 10 50 a.m from Cardiff, 10 55 a.m from Newport (Mon), &c, will be discon. tinued. The 4 20 p.m Welsbpool to Aberyswyth will be discontinued. A New Train will leave Whitchurch at 4 25 p.m for Oswestry and Wrexham in connection with the 3 p.m express from Manchester (London Road), and 2 40 p.m from Liverpool (Lime Street). The 5 20 p.m Whitchurch to Aberystwyth will be discontinued. The 8-40 p.m Whitchurch to Oswestry will leave at 9-55 p.m, and run correspondingly later through- out. The 9-50 a.m Moat Lane to Builth Wells will leave Moat Lane at 10-15 a.m. The 2-55 p.m Moat Lane to Brecon will leave at 3-10 p.m, and the intermediate times be slightly altered. The 7.40 a.m Machynlleth to Pwllheli will leave at 8-35 a.m, and be later throughout. The 10-42 a.m Machynlleth to Pwllheli will leave at 11-5 a.m, and the intermediate times be altered throughout. The 9-45 a.m Train from Carnarvon will run through to Pwllheli. UP. The 7 15 a.m Aberystwyth to Oswestry will be discontinued. The 3 40 a.m. Aberystwyth to Machynileth will leave at 7 50 a.m, and run to Glandovey Junction only. The 9 10 a.m Aberystwyth to Whitchurch will leave at 8 15 a.m and be retimed throughout. The 9 5 a.m from Barmouth, and 9 35 a.m from Aberystwyth to South Wales, Cardiff, Newport (Mon), &c, will be discontinued. The 1 35 p.m from Barmouth, and 2 15 and 2 45 p.m. from Aberystwyth to London (Euston and Paddington), Birmingham (New Strati and Snow Hill), Manchester (London Road), Liverpool (Lime Street), &c, will be discontinued The 10 10 a.m Aberystwyth to Barmouth will be discontinued. The 9 50 a.m from Pwllheli, 11 35 a.m from Bar. mouth, and 12 5 p.m from Aberystwyth, will leave Pwllheli at 10 30 a.m, Barmouth 127 p.m, an Aber- ystwyth 12 30 p.m, and be retimed throughout. The 11 15 a.m from Pwllheli will leave at 11 40 a.m, and Barmouth 12 50 p.m. A New Train will leave Pwllheli at 11 0 a.m, and run through to Carnarvon. The 4 45 p.m Pwllheli to Portmadoc will not run The 9 15 p.m Pwllheli to Portmadoc will leave at 8 50 p.m, and be earlier throughout. The 6 40 a.m Brecon to Moat Lane will leave at 7 25 a.m, and be later throughout. FAST TRAINS will run, as under 1 15 p.m from Aberystwyth to Welshpool and Whitchurch. 3 25 p.m Welshpool to Aberystwyth (with con. nections from and to Pwllheli, Barmouth &c. during October and June). These Trains connect with London and North Western and Great Western Companies' Trains to and from all parts. For full Particulars see Company's Time Tables. — —
WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued every Friday and Saturday to EDINBURGH and GLASGOW (by the Direct Route via Whit- church, Crewe, Preston, and Carlisle), available for return on the following Sunday (where train service permits), Monday, or Tuesday. For particulars of fares, &c, see handbills issued by the Company. WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS will;be issued every Friday and Saturday to CARNARVON, BANGOR, HOLYHEAD, and LLANDUDNO (via Afon Wen), available for return on the following Sunday (where train service permits), Monday, or Tuesday. For particulars of fares, &c, see handbills issued by the Company. WEEK-END TICKETS are issued every Friday and Saturday from all L & N.W. and G.W. stations in London to Machylletb, Aberdovey, Towyn, Aber- ystwyth, Dolgelley, Barmouth, Harlech, Llanbedr and Pensarn, Portmadoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli, available for return on the following Sunday (where train service permits), Monday, or Tuesday. C S DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager Oswestry, September, 1901. + NOTICE. ON SATURDAYS, January 11th and 18th, the 9 20 p.m. Train from Dolgelley will run to Barmouth Junction only. C S DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, December, 1901. SAMUEL EDMUNDS. MANCHESTER HOUSE, TOWYN, IS NOW SHOWING THE LATEST FASHIONS IN Mantles, Jackets, Millinery, &c. FOR THE WINTER SEASON. Boys' Men's and Ready-made Clothing, &c., in latest Styles. AN INSPECTION INVITED. POSTERS printed in all colours at the COUNTY TIMES Office, Welshpool; newest type, and gtyle and moderate charges.