ABERAYRON. FEATHERS ROYAL HOTEL, FOR FAMILIES AND COMMERCIAL GENTLEMEN. COFFEE, COMMERCIAL, & BILLIARD I ROOMS. POSTING. PRIVATE SUITES OF APARTMENTS, j MODERATE CHARGES. EVAN JONES, 139 PROPRIETOR. THE NOTED BOOT SHOP, (ESTABLISHED 1835.) JOHN JONES, 33, ALBAN SQUARE. ABERAYRON. BEGS to call the attention of the Visitors and Inhabitants general- ly to his well selected stock of Ladies and gentlemen's Boots and Shoes of every discription. Also Agent for the C. & R. Impenetrable Boots for Ladies and Gentlemen. [129 CASTLE HOUSE. I JOHN HUGH JONES, j DRAPER. E. LIMA JONES, DISPENSING CHEMIST, ABERAYRON. PHYSICIANS' Prescriptions dispensed per- sonally with drugs of unquestionable strength and purity. Teeth stopped and extracted. Agent for Schweppe's Aerated Waters. Fancy Tobaccos and Cigars. [133 JOHN DAVIES, WHOLESALE DRAPER & FAMILY GROCER, TEA AND PROVISION MERCHANT, LONDON HOUSE, ABERAYRON. 4, ALBAN SQUARE, I 1). J. LTAVIES, GLASS AND CHINA DEALER. ALATCGE Assortment of Cutlery and Electro-plated Goods f\ The Establishment to get Presents to take away from Aber- ayron. 131 JOTLT WILLIAI.tS, 3, ALBAN SQUARE, GROCER, PROVISION DEALER, BACON CURER, & PORK SAUSAGES, • MANUFACTURER. rpHIS Establishment is noted for its Mild, Home Cured, real J_ Welsh Bacon 130 3, MARK LT STREET: HOWELL AND SON, IRONMONGERS. A good assortment of Pocket Knives, Scissors, and Table Cutlery. Every visitor may buy a Pocket Knife with- out inconvenience. Have had twelve Landscape Views of the town and neighbourhood specially taken. Cabinet size, mounted on cabinet and landscape mounts, Is. each; unmounted, 9d. each in medallion frames, Is. 6d. each. These can only be got at this establishment. [136 ABERAYRON. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. GREAT SALE, OF FIRST CLASS DRAPER i GOODS, TO COMMENCE MA Y 22nd. And to continue until further announcement at D. R. DAVIES, (late D. LEWIS,) ALBION HOUSE. ENORMOLTS reductions in all departments, call early to secure bargains.—Terms strictly cash during sale. [138 ALMA HOUSE, ABERAYRON. D. REES JONES, GROCER AND IRONMONGER GENUINE Teas and Coffee, Scythes, Hay Forks, Galvanized Buckets, Brushes, Paints, Oil, &c., at very moderate prices. [142 CAMBRIAN HOUSE. DAVID JONES, GROCER, PROVISION MERCHANT, MILD BACON OF CHOICE QUALITIES ALWAYS ON HAND. [140 W. WILLIAMS, LINEN & WOOLLEN DRAPER, GROCER & Co, AERON HOUSE, ABERAYRON. CADWGAN STORES AND STEAM SAW MILLS. DA"IE & EVANS, ABERAYRON, HAVE a large stock of Pitch Pine, YeUow JH. Pine, Baltic Red Pine, American Elm, American Spruce, Deals, &c., seasoned boards of all the above. Also flooring boards of all sorts, plastering laths, Carnarvon red slates, Aberllefenny blue slates, flooring bricks, fire bricks, ridge tiles of all sorts. ALSO A cargo of corn, just arrived, consisting of American Mixed Indian Corn, and Odessa round Maize, and in stock all sorts of Flour, Rice. Barley, Oats, Peas, Beans, Bran, Sharps, Linseed Cake, Cotton Cake, which are sold at lowest market prices. [132 ANNE EVANS, LLOYD JACK ARMS, ABERAYRON. CHOICE Wines and Spirits. Stout, Burton, and Bitter Ales. Well-aired Beds. Hay, Corn, Good Stabling. Moderate charges. [135 PORTLAND HOUSE. THE Largpst and Most Commodious Lodging House in the town, completely furnished, well appointed. Sea view. Vegetable and fruit garden. M ay be taken for short or long periods. Apply to Mrs DAVIES, Portland House, Aberayron, S. Wales.
ABERAYRON. (Population, 1,500.) POST OFFICE REGULATIONS. Outgoing mails, to London, South of England, South Wales, Carmarthen, Lampeter, Talsarn, and Ciliau Aeron. Letters may be posted till 7.30 a.m. and 1.20 p.m. Sundays till 11.30 a.m. To the North of England, London, Aberystwyth, Llanrhystid, Llanon, Aberarth, and other places, letters may be posted till I 2.45 p.m., Sundays till 2.30 p.m. For an extra stamp five minutes more is allowed forall the mails. Deliveries commence at 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m. Only one delivery on Sunday-at 12 a.m.—of London and South letters call for North letters at 2 p.m. Postmaster, Thomas Davies. INGRESS AND EGRESS. Nearest railway stations, Aberystwyth, sixteen miles Lampeter, thirteen miles. To Aberystwyth for the north vans for passengers leave Aberayron daily at 7 a.m., and the post waggonette leaves the Post Office daily at 3 p.m.; Sundays at 2.30 p.m. To Lampeter, for the south, a passenger van leaves every morning at 7.15, and a coach, which takes the mail bags, every morning at 7.30. both reaching Lampeter in time for the 10 a.m. train for Carmarthen. Also a post wagonette (passenger) leaves the Post-office daily at 1. 25 p. m. to meet the evening mail train for London. The post waggonette (passenger) leaves Aberystwyth daily at 7.40 a m.; Sundays, at 11 a.m. A passenger van leaves the Angel Inn, Aberystwyth, daily at 4 p.m. and on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, a similar vehicle leaves the Railway Inn, Aberystwyth, at 4 p.m, The post vehicle (passenger) -leaves Lam- peter station daily at 7.55 a.m. Sundays at about 9 a.m. from the post office. The passenger van and coach leave every afternoon after the arrival of the 5 p.m. train from the south. The New Quay van passes through the town weekly on Mondays and Fridays at 7 a.m. for Aberystwyth, and at 7 p.m. for New Quay. PLACES OF WORSIIIP. Peniel Congregational. Peniel-lane. Pastor, Rev W. Evans. Sunday school and service alternately Sunday mornings and afternoons at 9.30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Service at 6 p.m. Week services, Tuesday and Friday at 7 p.m. Tabernacle, Calvinistic Methodist, Tabernacle-street. No pastor. Sunday, service, 9.30 a.m.; Sunday school, 2 p.m.; service, 6 p.m. Week services, Tuesday and Thursday, 7 p.m. Wesleyan, Victoria-street, Rev R. Hopwood. Sunday service, 9.30a.m.; Sunday school, 2 p.m.; service, 6 p.m. Week service, Wednesday, 7 p.m. Baptist, North- road, no pastor. Sunday, service, 11 a.m.; Sunday school, 2 p.m.; service, 6 p.m.; week service. Trinity Church, Portland-place, Vicar, Rev W. 0. Edwards, B. D. Sunday, English service, 11 a.m.; Sunday school, 2p.m.; Welsh service, 6 p.m. Henfynyw Parish Churoh, service at 9.30 a.m. Llanddewi Parish Church, vacant ABERAYRON STRATA FLORIDA ABBEY. I rectorship not filled. Welsh service, 9.30 a.m. and 6 Y' p.m. on Sundays Sunday School at 2 p.m. Llanerch- aeron Parish Church,2 miles distant, Vicar, Rev R. Williams. English service, 11.30 a.m.; Welsh service, 6 p.m CHALYBEATE PUMP HOUSE. Analysed by Dr Burghardt, Victoria University, and pronounced by him, who has a thorough knowledge of all the chalybeate waters in Wales, to be the best of them all. His words are-" Llan(Irindod chalybeate was called so because it contained sulphate of iron. The rarer and most precious component was that of carbonate of iron, which composed a purer and better chalybeate. These springs were very rare in the whole country, and this, the Aberayron well, was one of them." Valuable testimonials to its efficacy may be had on application. Pump house open daily except Sundays in the summer time from 7 till 8.30 a.m.; 11 till 12.30 a.m.; 2 till 2.30; 6 till 8 p.m. For a copy of the complete analysis apply to John M. Howell, 3,' Market-street. THE PUBLIC READING ROOM. 14, Market-street. A good assortment of the dailies and weeklies. Terms for visitors. Apply to D. Wil- liams, on the premises, or to Daniel Owen, solicitor, hon. sec. THE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Assembly Room, Town Hall, open from 5 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays, and oftener on application. Terms for visitors. Three pence per week per book on leaving name and address. Apply to D. M. Lewis, Talbot House, librarian, or to John M. Howell, 3, Market- street, hon. sec. CLUBS, &c. Conservative Club, Crown House, Market-street. Chairman, B. C. Jones, clerk to the guardians secre- tary, H. W. Howell, solicitor; assistant secretary, John Jones. Liberal Committee, Chairman, Rev W.Evans; secretary, John M. Howell. National School: Chairman of committee and secretary, Rev W. O. Edwards, vicar master, Mr W. E. Thomas. British School: Chairman of Committee, Rev W. Evans; secretary, John M. Howell; master, Mr J. R. Phillips. GENERAL INFORMATION. Bank National Provincial, manager, W. H. Jones Board of Guardians: Chairman, Major Hughes, Allt- jo lwyd; clerk, B. C. Jones; superintendent of births, deaths, and marriages, B. C. J ones; registrar of marriages, D. H. Davies; registrar of births and deaths, D. Jones, Penwern medical officer of health, Edward Williams, Aberayron relieving officers, D. Jones, Penwern, and D. Davies, Llanarth Petty Sessions: Chairman, Col. Lewis; clerk, A. J. Hughes, Aberystwyth; deputy clerk, John James, 26, Alban Square County Court: Registrar: Griffith Jones, Aberystwyth; deputy registrar, R. S. Lloyd, 5, Alban Square inspector of nuisance; Griffith Evans, the Workhouse Police: Sergeant Phillips, and P.C. R. Griffiths; Stamp Office: The Post Office. Surrogate in the diocese of St. David's, Rev W. O. Edwards, B.D., vicar. The Aber- ayron Steam Packet Co. agent, Mr John James, 26, Alban-square. Agent of town property trustees, Mr T. Davies, postmaster. BOATING." About boats, boating, and sea fishing, information may be obtained on application to Evan Loyn, Star of Wales; David Jones, pilot; John Williams, pilot; David Jenkins, "Park David James, Pier Cottage. FISHING. The river Aeron teems with trout, sewin and salmon, and the expert fisherman may, except at periods of long drought, when the river becomes shallow, enjoy splendid sport. The Arth, a neighbouring stieam is famous for trout, and is covered by the same license. Excellent lake trout fishing may be had in Llyneidd- wen, a distance of about ten miles, from which the Aeron flows. Combined with this are all the enjoy- ments of gorze, heather, mountain scenery and air. Licences and information may be obtained at the Post Office. The valley of the Arth is narrow and pictur- esque. That of the Aerpn, for rural scenes, Sylvan Groves, and all natural beauty is unsurpassed, and while it enhances the enjoyment of the fisherman, it is a source of ever recurring experience of delight to all persons. The rugged beach, if not the best far bath- ing, affords compensation to the fisherman. In the pools extending east and west of the river, left by the receding tide, shrimps, prawns, periwinkles, mussels, limpets, &c., may be caught and gathered, whilst crabs and lobsters may be got under the rocks and large stones. The size of the prawns to be found on this coast are not to be matched anywhere. BATHING. The clearness of the sea water owing to the absence of all mud and sewage renders bathing especially i delightful. Bathing is also comparatively safe, there being no dangerous pools, eddies, whirlpools, or cur rents m the vicinity anywhere. OTHER INFORMATION. There are in the town good provision shops) vege- tables, fresh milk, and butter easily obtainable, salmon, sewin, and trout procurable throughout the season, sea fish to be got periodically. The s.s. Ianthe plies fortnightly between Aberayron and Bristol. The spring water used for dietetic purposes has been analysed by Dr Frankland, and pronounced pure. WALKS. To those who love rambling and sportiug where aature has lavished profusely her deep foliage, her lowers and her gladness, the numerous paths along he river Aeron afford pleasant variety. Its attrac- iions have been immortalized in song, it is said by the commentator, the Rev James Hughes, of London— There golden treasure swells the plains,. And herds and flocks are there, And there the God of plenty reigns Triumphant all the year; The nymphs are gay, the swains are hale Such blessings dwell in Aeron's Vale. While every toast through Albion vies In dubious competition, And female charms contend the prize, Of beauty's high ambition. E'n Aeron's beauties must prevail, For Angels dwell in Aeron's Vale. There I possessed of real state, Presiding o'er a nation, With crowding senates at my feet, In humble adoration. rd envy, if envying might avail, The happy swains of Aeron's Vale. The scenery is charming and varied, comprising hill and dale with well-wooded and verdant slopes. The paths may be traversed with impunity, and unless wilful damage is perpetrated pleasure seekers will not be molested. Along the valley of the Arth the scenery is wild and woody. A person may find his way along difficult paths. Near Berllan Peter there are remains of a castle and Roman encampment. From here a glimpse of the sea may be had, in spite of the windings of the narrow valley. It shows what excellent judges of sites the ancient Britons were. Distance there and back, 6 miles. Along the coast line to Gilfachyrhalen Caves, which, although not large are interesting. In the largest may be found a peculiar species of fern, which thrives in its dark recesses. Close by there is a charming little water fall. The walk may be varied by returning along the parish road and then the turnpike road. Distance round, 5 miles. Along the coast line to the mouth of the Arth, and further on to the three earth pillars and Craigddu Rocks, over the- hill to the turnpike road on the return journey. Distance round, about 4 miles. These walks afford magnificent sea views, with the Carnarvonshire Coast, Bardsey Island, and New Quay Head in the distance. By the chalybeate pump-house, over the chalybeate grounds, sadly damaged by recent floods, across the Aeron by the new Lovers's Bridge (to be erected) and round Panteg. This is a lovely walk and near the town. Along the turnpike road to Llanerchaeron, and back on the opposite side of the river. Distance, about five miles. It is possible, if application be made to Mr Baynton, that visitors may be shown to Mrs 'Lewis' beautiful flower garden. This is one of the finest walks in Wales, through the celebrated old oak wood of Hergeraint, which is about half a mile long, and which the Gouernment offered to buy at the time of George IV. for navy purposes, for a fabulous sum. This wood is also the largest rookery in Cardiganshire, and one of the largest in the country. Distance round, abont five miles. Over Pengarreg hill, and across the fields to Ffoes- teicin, Henfynyw Churchyard, and return along the turnpike road. Distance round, about 2 miles, To Llanddewi Churchyard. Distance there and back, 2t miles. To the top of Cilgwgan and Drefnewydd hills, along the farm roads leading from the turnpike road beyond the Aberystwyth Road toll gate. From these hills splendid sea views may be enjoyed. To Pigwrn-eithin on Hengeraint land, on the dis- trict road from Henfynyw to Neuaddlwyd, from which seven parish churchos may be seen back to Neuadd- lwyd, where Dr Phillips laboured and where he is buried. Distance round, about five miles. To the remains of the old eqcampment of Cadwgan (Gler). Distance to and fro, three quarters of a mile. To Penybanc, on the head of which farm may be seen the ruins of the hut in which Dr Phillips held his Grammar School. It used to be known as Athrofa Quinten (Quinten College). Quinten is the name of the brook that runs by. Men of national celebrity were turned out from this academy. He was the pioneer of classical education in these parts. Distance to and fro, about five miles. To Hynfynyw Church, dedicated to Minevia, and where tradition says St. David's was born. Distance to and fro, two miles. TRIPS. Up the Vale of Aeron to Lampeter, 13 miles. To Ystrad, 6 miles. To Talsarn, 9 miles. To Llangeitho, where the marble bust of Daniel Rowlands is to be seen. Distance, 13 miles. To Llangranog, distance, 14 miles. To New Quay, 7 miles. To Pen Trichrug, 7 miles. To Parkneuadd, via Tyglyn, Monachty, Penant and Aberarth. Distance throughout, about 10 miles. To Llyneiddwen Lake, from which the Aeron starts, and where there is splendid lake Ashing. About 10 miles. To Aberystwyth, 16 miles. To Wern, where Henry slept on his march from Pembrokeshire to Bosworth. Distance to and fro, five miles. Particularly to the old Roman encampment at Bwlch Castell, near Cilcennin, overlooking the Vale of Aeron. and commanding a far view of the valley, up and down. From Pentrichrug, the highest peak of the range, fourteen churches may be seen; Ireland on a clear day; and the land of six counties. The scenery is grand and beautiful, and such as not to be soon forgotten. Llanerchaeron, the seat of Mrs Lewis; Tyglyn, the seat of the Davies'; Tyglyn Aeron, the seat of Major Lewis Tymawr, the Cardiganshire seat of the Saunders', where Mr W. Hughes now resides Monachty, the seat of the Gwynness, may be touched on this drive. Distance round about, thirteen miles. There are several posting stables in the bown where traps may be hired at moderate charges.
THE NEW QUAY GENERAL SUPPLLY STORES. I DAVID JA-AIES & COMPANY, FAMILY GROCERS, TEA & COFFEE DEALERS, ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMEN", ¡' AND COLONIAL PRODUCE STORES, NEW QUAY. Dealers in Patent M.yJ:eiaes, Perfumery, and Proprietary Articles. Price List," free on application. [149 BLACK LION HOTEL NFVV QCJAY, CARDIGANSHIRE COMMERCIAL ratlemen, Visitors and Tourists will find this A COMPORT ABLE HOUSE TO STAY AT. GOOD BEDROOMS & SITTINGROOMS. GOOD POST HORSES AND CARRIAGES. CHARGES MODERATE. J. PATRICK, PROPRIETOR. NEW QUAY. THE CELEBRATED CARDIGANSHIRE WATERING PLACE. WILLIAM JAMES, WHOLESALE & RETAIL MERCHANT, HAS just returned from the Markets. His SUMMER SALE will Commence ( MONDAY, JUNE 27th. S A Register of Lodging Houses kept and all informa- tion respecting the some wiu be suppUad gratis. JOHN OWEN DAVIES, i <1 DRAPER & GROCER, j CAMBRIAN HOCJSE, NEW QUAY. I BEST HOUSE FOR GENERAL DRAPERY. e, [148 THE NEW QUAY CABINET WORKS. 1 t WARDROBES, Chest of Drawers, Cheff- .1 T T ioneers. Sideboards, Tahles, Bedsteads, Look- < ing Glasses, Chairs, Couches, Sofas, and all sundries i connected therewith supplied at the Works, at the 1 very lowest prices. vl Admittedly the best HOUSE in the neighbourhood for Ironmongery, Oils, Paints, &c. All orders strictly and promptly attended to. Note the address.—JOHN G. REES, Cabinet Maker, and Funeral Furnisher, New Quay, South Wales. WILLIAM TIMOTHY, t ¡ WHOLESALE AND RETAIL j GROCER j AND j PROVISION MERCHANT, ] NEW QUAY. 1 A This space 15s. for the season. I
NEW QUAY. "j -a GENERAL INFORMATION. J Chairman of Local Board, the Rev J. Jones clerk, 1 Mr T. Evans. School Board: Chairman, the Pew a. Griffiths. Harbour Master, Mr T. Davies. POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Delivery commences at 9.30 a.m. and 2.10 p.m. Poet closes at 1.35 p.m. and 10.0 p.m. No despatch or delivery on Sundays. Telegraph Office open on week days from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.; on Sundays, from 8 to 10 a.m. Postmistress, Mrs. Eleanor Williams. MEANS OF COMMUNICATION. New Quay is not yet connected with the ootsido | world by means of a railway; but is making an attempt to get one. At present, communication is by means of a van, which leaves New Quay daily to meet the 10.40 a.m. train either at New Quay Road, on the M. and M. Railway, or at Llandyssul, returning after the arrival of the afternoon trains. Vans run be&jsaeen J Aberystwyth every Monday and Friday. 1 PLACES OP WORSHIP. J English and Welsh services at the Established I Church; Welsh services at the Calvinistic Methodist, 1 Independent, and Baptist chapels. J BANK. A The National and Provincial, open on ThuTsdftyfl | only; manager, Mr W. H. Jones, Aberayron. PLACES OF INTEREST. New Quay has been described an out-of-the-way corner, and certainly if any city-weary resident wants a holiday of complete rest in a beautiful, healthy, and hospitable neighbourhood, he could not do better than take up his residence at New Quay. The houses, sur- rounded by flower gardens, rise in tiers on the elevated heactyand. The bay stretches around to Abera and then makes a wider sweep on to Aberystwyth and the Merioneth and Carnarvon coasts. On clear eveo* ings Snowdon, Cader Idris, and Plynlymon arc to be seen, with their many lesser neighbours, rising on the other side of the blue waters of the bay. If the visitor is bent on sea-fishing for mackerel, gurnet, and such- like, he can hire a boat for the fishing grounds in the bay; or he may ramble along the sands of Traethgwyn, or under the cliffs to the Bird's Rock, and diversify his excursions by a visit to Wern, an ancient mansion wherein the Earl of Richmond (afterwards Henry VII.) slept on his way from Milford to Bosworth field.
BLACK LION HOTEL, STRATA FLORIDA. D. JENKINS, PROPRIETOR. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. A HORSE and trap meets every train. The village is pleasantly situated about a mile from the Railway Station. Good fishing in the neighbour- hood. A first-class spring of Chalybeate Water has recently been discovered on the Hotel premises, and has proved on analysis to be of excellent quality. TERMS-MODERATE, (190 M. A. LEWIS' MANGO CHETNA SAUCE. A PHYSICIAN savs it is not only an Agree- and Relishing Condiment, but it is in those Cases cf Atony oi the Stomach and Anorexia, due to Chronic Indigestion, that its beneficial action is most observable. [T IS SOLD IN BOTTLES, 1/- AND 2/- EACH, MAY BE HAD OF ALL CHEMISTS AND GROCERS, AND WHOLESALE FROM THE MANUFACTURERS— M. A. KINSEY, NEWTOWN, N.W. [T IS NOW SOLD IN ABERYSTWYTH, BY Mr._John James, "The Stores Mr. Robert Ellis, dhenust, I erruce Road Mr. Griffiths, Great Darkgate Street; Messrs Powell & Co., Littie Darkgate Street; md Mr. Noyes, Pier Street. Ø" A TRIAL IS SOLICITED. Tel