THE CORBETT ESTATE, TOWYN-ON-SEA ON THE CARDIGAN BAY COAST, NORTH WALES. lifit I,)- xnrvt> cn i T E1_ OR TO BE LET ON LONG BUILDING LEASES. WELL PLANNED AND LAID OUT. FINEST BEACH FOR BATHING. MOST HEALTHY DISTRICT. FINE ROADS. SEWERED ON THE MOST SANITARY PRINCIPLES OF CONSTRUCTION. PUREST SPRING WATER FROM THE MOUNTAINS. ONE OF THE FINEST ESPLANADES IN WALES. 11 For Particulars, apply Mr. H. HALL, Estate Offices, Impney, Droitwich; or to Messrs. R. GILLART AND SONS, Towyn, Merioneth. PUBLIC NOTICES. TOWYN COUNTY SCHOOL IN COMMODIOUS AND PERMANENT BUILDINGS Consisting of CLASS ROOMS, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL LABORATORIES (All equipped with the best Apparatus procurable), also a WORKSHOP, KITCHEN and LAUNDRY for Technica Instruction. SUCCESSES DURING 1900. London Inter. B.Sc., 1 (1st division) London Inter. B.A., 1 (2nd division) London Matricula- tion, 3; Oxford Local Junior Certificate, 1; Cam- bridge Local Junior CertificateEl, 1; Central Welsh Board Junior Certificates, 9 (7 distinctions) Do. Senior Certificates, 4 (12 distinctions) Do. Honours Certificates,°6 (15 distinctions) Queen's Scholar- ship; Bank l^nu^uce, 5; Pitman's Elementary Shorthand Certificates, 2; Local Examinations of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., 1 Lower Division, 2 Pre- paratory Grade; Board of Education Advanced Certificates, 5 firsts, 9 seconds. SCHOLARSHIPS, &c One Rendel Exhibition of icio, One County Ex- hibition of £10, Principal's Scholarship of 140, and Two £ 20 Scholarships at U.C.W. and the Rendel Scholarship of JE20 awarded to the best pupil in the County Schools of Merioneth, Montgomery and Cardigan. Boarders received by the Headmaster. TUITION FEES, P,5 PER ANNUM. Prospectus and particulars on application to MR. E. J. EVANS, Clerk to the Governors, Towyn. THE TRADESMAN'S COUNTY COURT REGISTER With information of COUNTY COURT PROCEDURE AND TABLE OF FEES. PRICE, 2s.; By Post, 2s. 3d. COUNTY TIMES OFFICE, WELSHPOOL. PRINTING of every description executed with dispatch at the COUNTY TIMES Office, Welsh- Pool. First-class Commercial Work a speciality iJat.iU'latea mren. ADDRESSES. ROBERT LEWIS, BILLPOSTER, MARKET HALL, DOLGELLEY. GOOD POSTING STATIONS. CONTRACTS TAKEN. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS CHEAP WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS Are issued EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Walsall *Peterborough, *Leicester, *Derby, *Burton-on-Trent, *Stafford, #Coventry, Manchester, Preston, Blackburn, Bolton, Leeds, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Liver- pool, Birkenhead, Wigan, Warrington, *Shrewsbury, Bradford, Sheffield, and Northampton from Oswestry, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, Montgomery Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth Borth, Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Bar. mouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Penrhyn- deudraeth, Criccieth, and Pwllheli. SIMILAR TICKETS ARE ALSO ISSUED From Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Penrhyndeudraetb Portmadoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli, to SHREWSBURY. Tickets to these stations are not issued froiii Welshpool. Passengers return on the Monday or Tuesday fol- lowing issue of tickets. For full particulars as to train times and fares see bills. TOURIST TICKETS Are issued from the Principal Cambrian Stations to all HEALTH RESORTS on the Cambrian Railways, also to WATERING PLACES IN ENGLAND, NORTH WALES, ENGLISH LAKE DISTRICT, NORTH EAST COAST, <&c, &c, &0. RANIS Are now conveyed between Stations on the Cambrian Railways, at a charge as for Two Dogs, with a MINIMUM OF TWO SHILLINGS EACH RAM COMMERCIAL PRINTING Executed on the Shortest Notice, AT THE COUNTY iTIMES PRINTING WORKS, ADDRESSES. H. W. GRIFFITHS, BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE. Visitors and others will find a large and well- selected Stock of all kinds of BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, SAND & TENNIS SHOES, LACES, SOCKS, BOOT POLISHES, CREAMS, &c., &c. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS DONE ON THE PREMISES. AGENT FOR THE WELL-KNOWN "K" BOOTS. NOTR THE ADDRESS:— 7, COLLEGE GREEN, TOWYN. TO BUILDERS 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, ROAD MACADAM, SITTINGS, SHOD- DIES, QUOINS, LINTELS, AND ALL KINDS OF DRESSED STONE Apply to the Local Manager, MR. JONATHAN PARRY, TONF LNAU QUARRY, TOWYN. TOWYN-ON-SEA, CARDIGAN BAY, NORTH WALES. MERIONETHSHIRE. SEVERAL EXCELLENT NEWLY-BUILT RESIDENCES TO LET AT THIS POPULAR RESORT. The rents of the Terrace Houses are £ 50 per annum. For permission to view apply to Care- taker on the Premises. Houses contain all domestic requirements; sanita- tion perfect; pure water from the Welsh mountains; healthy and attractive neighbourhood; Terrace Houses, all adjoining or near Promenade and facing sea; Hunting, Fishing, and Golf Links in district.- For further particulars, apply to Messrs R. Gillart and SODS, Land Agents and Auctioneers, Towyn (Merioneth) and Machynlleth. CATALOGUES, Schedules, Posters, and all kinds of Printing for Agricultural andjHortieultural Societies executed with despatch, at. moderate prices by David Rowlands, COUNTY TIMES Qffier- Aberysfcwjth and Welshpool. ADDRESSES. SEASONABLE GIFTS AT T. C. JONES, f,W 39, HIGH STREET, TOWYN. Gold and Silver Watches, Brooches, Scarf Pins, Studs, Links, Thimbles, Albert Chains, Novelties in Electro Plate. LADIES AND GENTS' PURSES. Fancy Goods, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Briar and Meerschaum Pipes in Cases, Tobacco Jars, and many other useful articles too numerou-j to mention. No Seaside prices—same prices as large towns. FISHING TACKLE of all kinds. Information given as to fishing in the district. O. ARMER, L.D.S., DENTAL SURGEON BARMOUTH, Begs to inform the Inhabitants of Towyn and surrounding District that he attends there on FIRST AND THIRD SATITRDATS In each Month, at MRS ROBERTS, BEAUFORT HOUSE, Hours, 1 30 till 5 p.m. I WELSH SPOKEN. THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC: A TALE OF WALES IN THE DAYS OF KING ARTHUR. PRICE ONE SHILLING. ( WELSHPOOL: SALTER & ROWLANDS, And may be obtained, at Messrs Smith & Son Railway Bookstalls. From the Liverpool Courier, September 8th: Arthurian legends are always interesting, and a word of praise must be accorded Mr B C Hardy, who, in a capital little work, The Adventures of Caradoc," published by Messrs Salter and Rowlands, COUNTY TIMES, Welshpool, has, with the venue of his story in Wales, woven an attractive tale of the noble King and his trusty knights." THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC. IS. Salter*and Rowlands, Welshpool: 1899. The present little work, penned by B. C. Hardy, is one of the most charming romances we have read for a long time Caradoc, who plays a leading part in the drama, is a gallant soldier, who in time iseelr-cted as Captain of the King's Guard, and subsequently becomes one of the Knights of 'f;r TJ^nrad T T' > adventurer s J .) t., >k- V t •<.> R "'Or r .*• ,V I t..