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-6& New CMhmere prints. Jakilee Black Silk. l-A. ewI.. Seal Wefeh Flannels. WeUh Knitted Hose. Bathing Dresses in great variety. New Hosiery and Glovee. JEofcilee Presents. U Jjj JN T K A L DKAPERY ESTABLISHMENT, LONDON HOUSE, 2, GREAT DABKGATE STREET aU eiiTe^°LNc7 Goods for th* Season in all Departments suitable for visitors and othan Liondon London prices. ROWLAND MORGAN, mo^tte!* U°°m Mld2Be<i R*wim Lawn Tennis Shirts. New Tennis Trousers. New Tennis Hats. Straw It,im, Felt Hats. New Tiew and Scarfs. New Shirts and Collars. New Vests and Fronts. Ready-made Suite. Boi" Suite in great rairte»y. LAWN TENNIS. mhe College Wn Tennis Groups are open TWma n V"ltcirs daring the Summer Months. 5pSTnce?.r°qU Archei7' Bowls' &c- ™th For Terms apply en the Ground, Smithfield Road, Aberystwyth. [161 OWEN & SONS, TAILORS, HOSIERS, HATTERS, & OUTFITTERS, Sole Agents for NICOLL'S OVERCOATS. Do. Do. Do. WELCH MARGETSON & Co. SUITS FROM 50s. TROUSERS FROM 14s. 6d. BLUE JtJJWJUL HOTEL TERRACE ROAD, THOMAS DAVIES, PROPRIETOR. ALLSOPP'S & BASS'S BEERS & GUINNESS'S STOUT IN BOTTLE. ROBERTS' K. AND BITTER ALES. IWNVILLE'S V.R. WHISKY IN BOTTLE AND DRAUGHT. EXCELLENT ACCOM\aA rpyp^ for VISITORS. ABERYSTWYTH PUBLIC BATHS. THE SALT WATER SWIMMING BATHS, ENTRANCE IN NEWFOUNDLAND STREET (OUT OF TERRACE ROAD AND QUEEN'S ROAD). The Gentlemen's Bath is 77 feet long by 32 feet lproad and the Ivies' Bath, 72 feet Ion- by 23 feet broad. Both are well fitted with Dressing Rooms, &C. Both are wel1 fltted Buildings are well lighted and v»ntilaWi S2 £ »pump,,d"™ «■'■ a1Jout 61!! THE PRIVATE BATHS Supplied Hot or Cold, with Fresh or "t Water, are handsomely ftted, and alwaye ready forase. TERMS Siagle Tickets swnuiwe BATHS. 8. d. Books of Twenty-five' Tickets S 9 10 0 Warm. PRIVATI BATHB. COLD —'■"•7.7.7. 1 6 ALTOl 1 )~JN O YES, TEA DEALER AND FAMILY GROCER. Agent for T. TRAVERs & SONS 119, CANNON-STREET, LONDON, WINES AND SPIRITS. ALSO W. H. TORRANCES' EDINBURGH SHORT-BREAD, OAT CAKES, & GINGER BREAD. ABERYSTWYTH READING ROOM «D PUBLIC FREE LIBRARY. INFORMATION FOR VISITORS. Booka, at the Publie Ubr*ry on payment o! 5(i ?• we#k or *n annual payment in advance Shadedln mo'e toa" 0De volume, 2d. will be T&i 5- Sret T0lu»8 »»d Id. for each additional roluwe. The Reading ReoDl, which ia largely lupplied with London, Birmingham, Manchester, and other Provincial Papers, is also open to Visitors o. payment of 6d. per week. The Library is open from 10.30 a-m to 9 p-in; the Readinjr Room from 9 a-m to 9 p-m. ^75 WILLIAMS, EAGLE HOUSE (MIDDLE OF) GREAT DARKGATE ST. A DEALER IN CHOICEST GROWTHS OF TEA, COFFEE, AND HIGHEST CLASS OF PROVISIONS. D. PHI@LLIPS, CORNER OF NORTH PARADE, 3, MARY STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, rTIEMPERANCE and Eating House and rY Toilet Rooms. Fresh milk and eggs from the Llanbadarn Farm twice a day. Fresh butter. Horses and Carriages for hire by the day or hour also saddle horses for hire. Trips made to Devil's Bridge, Plyn- limon, Llyfnant Valley, Monk's Cave, and other places of interest in the neighbourhood. Good horses; steady drivers and reasonable prices. [158 LEWIS JONES, B'OAR'S HEAD HOTEL amd Posting House, Queen'g-road, > Aberystwyth. Ales and Stouts, Wines, Spirits and Cigars A Waggonette runs daily TO THE DEVIL'S BRIDGE leaving Aberystwyth at 9.30 a.m., na South Road, airiving at the Devil's Bridge at 12.30; returning at S p.m., through Ponterwyd and Goginan, arriving at Aberystwyth at 6 p.m. Fare, 3s. Od. each. Horses or Carnages by the Day or Hour. [176 NOTICE. FOR REAL WELSH MANUFACTURED GOODS; GO TO THE WELSH FLANNEL DEPOTS, 26, TERRACE ROAD, AND 14, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. JOHN EDWARDS & CO., PROPRIETORS. HOPKINS! & Co., .ii,£" FAMILY GROCERS, PROVISION MERCHANTS, 4, GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. AGENTS FOR— CHARLES HARRIS' WILTSHIRE SMOKED BACON & HAMS. HUNTLEY & PALMER'S BISCUITS & CAKES. CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PRESERVES. CUNNINGHAM & DE FOURIER'S POTTED TONGUES, MEATS, &c. FRESH BUTTER DAILY, OF THE FINEST QUALITY, FROM THE PRINCIPAL DAIRIES OF THE DISTRICT. JOHN JAMES, LONDON & PROVINCIAL TEA WINE & SPIRIT STORES, Next Door to the Post Office, Aberystwyth. AGENT FOR BASS'S ALES GUINESS'S SToVT GILBEY'S WINES & SPIRITS HUNTLEY & PALMER'S BISCUITS, & CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S GOODS. This is the only Establishment where Visitors cari be supplied with everything they may require.. stitcooke, LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTER. UNDERCLOTHING, CORSETS, SKIRTS, ORINOLETTES, &c. BABY LINEN, PELISSES, ROBES, CLOAKS, MILLINERY, &c. IMPORTER OF BERLIN AND FLEECY WOOLS. Every description of Fancy Needlework and Embroidery. Children's Sunshades Is. to 3e. fid. aach. T A nua T. Ladies' Sunshades Is. to 21s. ea«h. JjACLo, FRILLINGS, COLLARETTES, SILK GLOVES, KID GLOVES, &c. An extensive Assortment of Fancy Baskets, Desks, Bags, Purses, and Boys' and Girls Toys, Ac., suitable for presents. 12, PIER STREET, AND AT 20, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. THOMAS POWELL & Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND GENERAL MERCHANTS, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. WAREHOUSES LITTLE DARKGATE STREET AND MILL STREET. BRANCHES AT PORTHGWYN, TOWYN, AND DARREN. [9 QUEEN'S HOTEL LIVERY STABLES, > JOHN JENKINS, PROPRIETOR. II Wag?onettea leave the Queen's Hotel erery morning during tbe Seaaon to* 4be Devil's Bridge Private Excursions e "O'ses for hire. Omnibus meets ererytr&fn^ '°r ^>^n^mon» khe Caves, and other places of interest in the neighbourhood. J. H. EDWARDS, DRAPER AND OUTFITTER, BROW Wbrf toe b -MJ! and others to his atook of WELSH SHAWLS & WRAPS, WELSH FLANNELS, WELSH TWEEDS, V YARNS, DRESSES, HOSIERY, GLOVES, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, CUFFS, &c. &0. Note the Address, 2, North Parade & Baker Street, 40] Aberystwyth. E. P. WYNNE, FAMILY AND DISPENSING CHEMIST, 7, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LARGE ASSORTMENTS OF TOOTH, NAIL, HAIR, AND OTHER BRUSHES, TOILET AND BATH SPONGES, BATH GLOVES. DEPOT Pm SCHWEPPE'St FOREIGN MINERAL WATERS. [14 W. R. JONES, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, &c., 32, GREAT DARKGATE STREET (opposite Market Street,) ABERYSTWYTH. Spectacles and Eye Glasses to suit all sights. Erery description of Watches and Jewellery neatly Repaired at Moderate Charges, [11 DAVID ROBERTS, THE BREWERY, TREFEOHAN, ABERYSTWYTH. BITTER BEERS, MILD ALES, AND STOUTS IN PRIME CONDITION IN 36, 18, AND 9 « ] GALLON CASKS. B. BEER 1/6 per gallon K. ALE 1/6 « X. X. X. MILD 1/2 ] X. X. MILD 1/ D. STOUT 1/6 H" ] S. STOUT 1/2 u" j TERMS—NETT CASH. [10 T. GRIFFITHS, LION STORES, 9 GREAT DARKGATE STREET. NOTED JOB GOOD PROVISIONS OF ALL SORTS. f3 The Best House for all kinds of BOOTS and SHOES imaginable for Visitors! Wear is DICKS, 12» GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. hhoP9 m nearly every Town in the United Kingdom. Note the Address of their Establishments in this district-— treet, Barmomth Victoria Buildings, Dolgelley High Street, Pwllheli; Blaenau Festmiog; High Street, Bala; Penrallt Strict, MachTnlleth Broad Street, Newtown; High Street, Lampeter; Priory Street, Cardigan. i: CAMBRIAN RAILWAIS. BATHING, BOATING, FISHING (Sea River, and Lake), COACHING, MOUNTAINEERING. 1st, 2nd, AND 3rd CLASS TOURIST TICKETS Available for Two Calendar Months, renewable up to 31st December, are issued from 1st June to 31st October, at all the principal Stations in England, to ABERYSTWYTH, ABERDOVKY, TOWYN, DOL- GELLEY, BARMOUTH, CRICCIETH, BORTH, HARLECH, PORTMADOC, and PWLLHELI. The Scenery traversed by and adjacent to the Cambrian Railways is of an exceedingly varied and beautiful description, and the coast of Cardigan Bay, to which the line affords the most convenient access, offers great advantages for sea-bathing in the long reaches of firm, safe, and sandy beach, with which it abounds, and in its pure and btacing air. The mountain ranges or SNOWDON, CADER IDRIS, and PLYNLIMON, with their Rivers and Lakes, are also readily accessible from the various Watering- pl-ices, thus placing within the reach of visitors a delightful combination of the natural beauties of sea and land. Arrangements are made during the Summer Months for the conveyance of Visitors by Coach to and from places of interest in the vicinity of the Line, at reduced charges, by which means, and also by the Festiniog, Talyllyn, and Corris miniature-gauge Railways, whose termini are on the Cambrian system, the following amongst other places can easily be visited by daily Excursions:— Snowdon, Beddgelert, Tan-y-bwlch, Festiniog Slate Quarries, Cwmbychan Lake, Mawddach Estuary, Precipice Walk and Torrent Walk (Dolgelley), Taly- llyn Lake, Corris, Llyfnant Valley, Rheidol Lake, Devil's Bridge, &c. SPECIAL TICKETS AT REDUCED FARES Are also issued between Local Stations to TOURISTS, and for FISHING, PIC-NIC, and OTHER PARTIES. A SPECIAL SERVICE OF EXPRESS TRAINS [s run daily during the Season in connection with Fast Trains on the London and North Western and ather Railways, with Through Carriages of the most modern type from and to LONDON, LIVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, BIRMINGHAM, STAFFORD, SHREWSBURY, HEREFORD, MERTHYR, NEW- PORT (Mon.), &c. The following is the service during the months of July, August, and September, from London, Birming ham, Manchester, and Liverpool:— p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. Sundays, London (Euston) dep. 10.0 5.15 10.30 1.30 10.0 | j| p.m. I to Birmingham (New St.) 12.5 7.30 12.35 3.40 12.5 la M'nch'st'r (Loud. lid.) 12.0 8.30 12.5 3.30 12-0 | .g Liverpool (Lime St.) „ 11.45 8.15 12.0 3.30 11.45 J 00 a.m p.m I a.m. Aberystwyth arr. 7.25 2.25 5.10 6.0 9.40 10.0 Barmouth 9.8 2.37 5.40 6.30 10.40 Through Guards taking charge of Luggage and attending to Through Passengers travel from London and Manchester to Aberystwyth by the Trains marked The First-class Carriages on these trains are provided with Lavatories. Time Tables, Tourist Programmes, Guide Books, and full particulars of Trains, Fares, &o., may be obtained at any of the Company's Stations or booking offices, and at 34, James street, Liverpool; or on application to the undersigned. Also at the undermentioned offices of Messrs Swan and Leach, Limited London—3, Trafalgar Buildings, Charing Cross, S.W. Liverpool-18, Lord Street Manchester—1 & 3, Princess Street, Albert Square. Leeds—141, Briggate. Bradford—47, Old Market. Nottingham—6, Thurland Street. J. CONACHER, SECRETARY. Company's Offices, Oswestry.