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TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF MERIONETH. ENTLE-NIEN,-In compliance with the Resolu- G tion passed at the Meeting of the Liberal Party in this county, held this day, I come forward as a Candidate for your Suffrages at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, which must shortly take place. In expressing my unfeigned sorrow at the sad event which has so recently deprived you of a peculiarly able and trusted Representative, in the person of your late Member, I know I shall have the sympathy of all classes in the county. His great services in the cause of Political and Social Progress, for so long a period, will not readily ."be forgotten, and will yet bear their fruits. I thank you for the confidence you place in me, and should you return me as your Member, I hope always to merit it. I have always been a warm adherent to the .Liberal Cause, and believe that the Administration of Mr -Gladstone, to which I should give the heartiest support, -.is the one best calculated to govern the nation, and to adapt its institutions to the exigencies of the times. I am strongly in favour of Legislative Action on those subjects which the Government has undertaken to deal with next Session. The difficulties attending the settlement of the Liana Question in Ireland must be boldly and promptly con- fronted, and I will give my unqualified support to any measure which will deal in an equitable spirit with this pressing subject.. The question of National Education is also one winch, must be pressed on the attention of Parliament, and shall receive my most careful consideration. The great vice of Intemperance, so closely connected with the want of a more extended system of Education, is one which also requires immediate and effectual dealing with. I am of opinion that the temptations held out to the people by the vast number of places at which Intoxi- cating Liquors are sold can only be effectually removed by the restriction of the Grant of Licences within the narrowest possible limit, and I shall advocate the Prohibition of the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on ^'Tamln favour of a Measure which shall give Protection to the Voter in the Free Exercise of the Franchise, and I know of none so likely to effect the desired result as the Ballot, which I shall, therefore, support. The position of the National Church will, no doubt, before long, be brought under the consideration of Parlia- ment and though I am of opinion her work would be better done were she unfettered by the State, yet I do not think the question of the Welsh Church should be dealt with separately from that of the Church of England. With regard to Local Interests, I can only say that a residence of more than forty years in this county may be considered as some guarantee for an acquaintance with them on my part; and should I have the honour of being returned as your Representative, it shall be my object to promote them to the utmost of my ability, both in and out of Parliament. I have the honour to remain, Gentlemen, Your most obedient Servant, SAMUEL HOLLAND. Glanwilliam, Tanybwlch, 23rd December, 1869. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF MERIONETH. GENTLEMEN,—I have received from an influen- tial Meeting of ELECTORS a Requisition to offer myself as a CANDIDATE for the honour of Represent- ing you in Parliament, to fill the vacancy caused by the lamented death of your late Member. I ascribe the honour thus conferred upon me to an approval of my political opinions, and the conviction that I shall, if elected as your Representative, support those principles of true Conservatism, and of enlightened pro- gress on which, I believe, the greatness and safety of our Country depend. T As being in accordance with those principles, I should support all legislation tending to the welfare and advance- ment of the various classes of the Community; while I should oppose to the utmost of my power the attempts of those extreme politicians who would subvert the laws of property, and overthrow those institutions which have hitherto been the glory of the English Constitution. I anxiously desire to see the IRISH LAND QUES- TION settled on the basis of doing equal Justice to LANDLORD and TENANT. A M-R^-VR M* I rejoice that the subject of the EDUCATION OF THE PEOPLE has become a pressing NATIONAL QUES- TION. I should be happy to assist in the accomplish- ment of what good men of all parties must earnestly esire-the extension of the means of knowledge to all parts of the Kingdom. I hope the time will never come when religious teaching shall be excluded from our Public °should be glad to see a Measure introduced for the equalisation of the POOR RATES. I know of no reason why valuable property such as Mines and Quarries of a ertain description should be exempt from local taxation. I should support such judicious reduction of the National Expenditure as would enable the Government to lessen the Assessed Taxes which press unduly upon the Agricultural and other Classes of the Country. I should also support all just and Practical measures for the suppression of the great evil of INTEMPER- ANCE. The interest which I have taken in promoting the in- troduction of Railways into Merionethshire, and other Measures, will I hope be a proof that I hive the prosperity of the County at heart. I have the honour to be, Gentlemen, Your faithful Servant, CHARLES J. TOTTENHAM. Plas Berwyn, Llangollen, Dec. 29th, 1869. MERIONETHSHIRE. Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. To be Sold by Auction, by MR DAVID ROBERTS, at the Bull Hotel, in JM. the town of Bala, on Tuesday, January 25th, 1870, at Two o'clock in the afternoon (subject to condi- tions), and in the following or such other Lots as may be agreed upon at the time of Sale, the following desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, situate in High-street, in thL0T 1U-AU^that~DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOP, Gar- den, and Premises, in the occupation of Mr William J°LOT2.—All that DWELLING-HOUSE, Garden, and Premises, in the occupation of Mr Rice Edwards. LOT 3.-A11 that DWELLING-HOUSE, SHOP, Garden, and Premises, in the occupation of Mr Rowland LOT 4.-—All those Three DWELLING-HOUSES and Premises, adjoining Lot 3, in the several occupations of Mr Edward Edwards, Mr Thomas Parry, and Mrs Ellen Lancaster.. This Lot has a frontage of 40 feet 7 inches, and is an eligible Building Site. The whole of the above premises are situate in the best part of the town of Bala, and are bounded at the back by Arenig-street. The several lots will be sold in accordance with a ground plan thereof, which will be produced at the time of sale, and may be seen at Mr Evan Jones's, London House, Bala, who will show the several lots. For further particulars apply to Mr F. R. ROBERTS, Solicitor, Aberystwyth, or to Mr EVAN JONES, London House, Bala. MORTIMER B. MAURICE, BALA, BEGS to inform his numerous Friends and the Public generally, that he has commenced BUSI- NESS as AUCTIONEER, APPRAISER, & GENERAL AGENT, and solicits a share of public patronage. Monthly Sales of STOCK and Miscellaneous Articles at the WHITE LION ROYAL HOTEL, Bala. DEPILATORY. WELLS' DEPILATORY is the only effectual remedy for the immediate and permanent removal of superfluous hair from the face, arms, neck, &c. This preparation effects its purpose almost instantaneously, without pain or injury to the most sensitive skin. Full particulars on receipt of a stamped directed envelope. John Wells, 113, Euston-street, near Hampstead-road, London. N.B.—Hundreds of Testimonials have been received from the nobility and ladies of rank who have tried this marvellous remedy. ASSEMBLY, BALL, AND BILLIARD ROOMS, LAURA-PLACE, ABERYSTWYTH, JOHN EVANS, who has recently taken to the business at the above establishment, begs to announce cthe Nobility, Gentry, and Public generally, that he has eompleted EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS on the PREMISES, and hopes through strict attention to business to be fa- Toured with a share of their patronage and support WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, PORTER, AND CIGARS, Of the best quality. LEMONADE, SODA AND OTHER MINERAL WATERS. Absolute Security Policies Issued by the PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, 62, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C. The Annual Premium Income of the Company, at the close of 1868, was £ 220,978 0s. 10d., and the Total Amount Assured £ 4,832,197. I' The reserve required to meet the above liability was £ 189,322 15s. 8d. The Assurance Fund was 2241,301 12s. 4d. A detailed list of Assets may be had on application. H. HARBEN, Secretary. THOMAS CHARLES, superintendent of agents, 1, Abbey- ■ terrace, Shrewsbury, WILLIAM OWEN, PROPRIETOR, LATE MANAGER OF TUE BROOK VILLA, LIVERPOOL. AGENT FOR GREAT WESTERN COMPANY, AND TELEGRAPH MESSENGER. BALA LAKE ,I-. 1* 0- 111 0 ol BOATS, BILLIARDS, COACHES, CARRIAGES, CABS, AND CARS FOR HIRE. GOOD STABLING. FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR FAMILIES, &c. LADIES' COFFEE ROOM. MERIONETH. JOHN HENRY WILLIAMS AND SONS, PORTMADOC, IRONFOUNDERS, ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, &c.-WORKS-BRITANNIA FOUNDRY. TIMBER MERCHANTS AND STEAM SAW MILL PROPRIETORS. WORKS—SNOWDON-STREET. In the first-named Department, every variety of MACHINES and IMPLEMENTS for Quarrying, Mining, and Agricultural purposes are manufactured, with all Modern Improvements. All Descriptions of iron and Brass CASTINGS and SMITHWORK supplied on the lowest terms. Also Dealers in RAILWAY and BAR IRON, STEEL, CHAINS, GRATES, RANGES, LANDERS, &c., &c. In the TIMBER DEPARTMENT. J. H. W. and S., in returning their thanks to the public for the very hearty support given to them since they have entered into this Business, beg to solicit a continuance of the same.—A SPLENDID STOCK of Yellow, Red, and Pitch Pine TIMBER, always on hand. Newly discharged, a large Cargo of Prime Spruce DEALS, from St. John's also Cargoes of MEMEL LOGS and DEALS, FLOORING BOARDS, &c. Dealers in LATHS, BRICKS, TILES, CEMENT, &c. In short, their very extensive Stock cannot be surpassed in the country, and the SAW MILLS (Which have been lately extended to meet their increased trade) give unusual facilities to execute Orders with Despatch, and to Sell Well-seasoned OAK, PINE, MAHOGANY, and other BOARDS, at Extremely Low PRICES. VRON COLLIERY, NEAR WREXHAM. ..I [MAURICE & LOWE'S] BEST MAIN AND HOUSE COALS AT LOWEST PRICES, APPLY TO M. B. MAURICE, MINING ENGINEER, HIGH STREET, BALA, A PROPRIETOR AND SOLE AGENT. Immediate Relief from Coughs, Colds, and Influenza. MORGAN'S HOREHOUND PECTORAL. A delicious combination of Horehound. Marshmallow, Tolu, and other effective demulcent and expectorant ingredients. THE MOST CERTAIN AND SPEEDY REMEDY FOR COUGHS, COLDS, INFLUENZA, HOARSENESS, SORE THROAT, LOSS of VOICE, WHOOPING COUGH, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CONSUMPTION, SPITTING of BLOOD, and all Disorders of the Chest and Lungs. PREPARED ONLY BY D. MORGAN, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMJIST, 25, BRECKNOCK ROAD, LONDON, N. Sold in Bottles at Is. Id., 2s. 9d., and 4s. 6d., with full directions for Children and Adults, by MR D. J. DAVIES, GREAT DARK-GATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. „ J. P. JONES, BRIDGE-STREET, ABERAYRON. AND ALL CHEMISTS THROUGHOUT THE PRINCIPALITY. V r -.J. ••■< A • 'r (Jmbd UGHT DULY ON THE BOX THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST L; v. It. MR. SELLIS, DENTIST, TOWYN. FIFTEEN YEARS Surgical and Mechanical Dentist in London, may be consulted at the under- mentioned towns:— DOLGELLEY-Every second and fourth SATURDAY, at Miss Evans's, Smithfield-street. BALA-Every first and third SATURDAY, at Mrs JONES'S, Tegid-street. PWLLHELI—Mr Francis Evans, bookseller, &c., High- street, the 1st and 3rd WEDNESDAY in every month. PORTMADOC -Every 2nd and 4th WEDNESDAY, at Mrs. Bennett Williams's, Snowdon-street. All operations without pain. Advice free. BENSON'S WATCHES I CLOCKS I GOLD JEWELLERY Of all kinds. Of all kinds. Of the Newest Designs. LEVER DRAWING ROOM BRACELETS HORIZONTAL DINING ROOM BROOCHES CHRONOMETER CARRIAGE EAR RINGS KEYLESS CHURCH LOCKETS CHRONOGRAPH HALL & SHOP NECKLACES Mr BENSON, who holds the appointment to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, has just published two Pamphlets, enriched and em- bellished with illustrations-one upon Watch and Clock Mak'B*, and the other upon Artistic Gold Jewellery. These are sent post free for 2d. each. Persons living in the country or abroad can select the article required, and have it forwarded with perfect fety. 25, OLDBOND STREET; A THE CITY STEIM WORKS, 58 & 60, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON. THE PATENT PRIZE KITCHENER AND LEAMINGTON RANGE. SSfb.1^ e 81 £ E KITOHEHEB I BENJAMIN HUGHES, GENERAL IRONMONGER, OPPOSITE THE TOWN CLOCK, ABERYSTWYTH, Agent for JOYCE'S PATENT STOVES AND FUEL, The only Stove without a Flue Adapted for Heating Drawing Rooms, Shops, Factories, Halls, Coach Houses, Harness, Rooms, &c., and all other places requiring heat. This Stove is made expressly for GHEENHOUSES and CONSERVATORIES. Warehouse adjoining the Corn Market, in Little Dark- grate-street. GRAMMAR SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH. J. G. ROBERTS, Prizeman at the Presbyterian College, Carmarthen, WHO has recently opened a School at No. 24, VT Bridge-street (premises lately occupied by the North and South Wales Bank), begs to inform the public that the Duties of the School will be RESUMED On TUESDAY, JANUARY 11th, 1870. Terms, 21 10s. per quarter.—Payment in advance. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER:—MR EDWARD JONES, First BJL, F.G.S., (and in First Class Honours of the University of London,) WILL RE-OPEN on Monday, the 24th inst. N.B.—This School sends more candidates to the Legal and Medical preliminary examinations, and the Civil Service, then all the other schools in the county combined. Also, not a few to the Banks and Universities. ABERYSTWYTH ENAMELLING SLATE WORKS, MOOR STREET. ELLIS & OWEN BEG to inform that they have taken to the En- amelling Business recently carried on at the Aber- lleveny Slate Quarries, are now prepared to execute any Orders in Enamelled Slate in imitation of the most costly marble at exceedingly low prices. These Works are fitted up with superior Planing and Sawing Machines, so that any order in slate work can be executed with despatch. Tomb Stones, Monuments, Chimney Pieces, Cisterns, &c., made to order. Designs forwarded for inspection. IMPERIAL AUSTRIAN GUARANTEED JL STATE LOANS. No Lotteries. Bona-fide chances to win for El the large premiums of 230,000, 225,000, 220,000, &c., &c. Public drawings on the First of every Month, under the superintendence of the Austrian Government, and official public functionaries. Official Lists sent GRATIS to Sub- scribers. Apply for 21 chances, issued upon forms sup- plied by the Austrian Government, and bearing the Imperial half a florin stamp, and for prospectuses to VOELCKER & CO., Bankers, VIENNA. DOL GEL L E JIM ROYAL SHIP FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL AND POSTING HOUSE. MUCH additional convenience has been added to this Establishment, combining Spacious Coffee and Sitting Rooms. Attendance, Is. per day 1 BILLIARDS. Omnibuses to and from all the Trains. Coaches to all parts of the District. Ponies and Guides at fixed charges. EDWARD JONES, Proprietor. VERDICT, NOVEMBER 11TH. The inquest on the body of Albert Edward Johns, the child of R. Johns, tailor, of 7 Morley Street, Plymouth, who was burnt to death the previous day, was held yesterday at the Cambridge Inn, before J. Edmonds, Esq.. coroner. It was shewn that the deceased, in the absence of its mother, must have lit some matches which were on the table, and thus set fire to the room. The jury by their foreman, Mr Rolestone, in returning a verdict of 'Accidental Death,' recommended the use of Bryant and May's Special Safety Matches, which light only by friction on the box in which they are con- I tained. In this the coroner concurred." ANN JONES, DECEASED. PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament of the 22nd -t- and 23rd Vict., cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all Persons having any Rights, Claims, or Demands to, upon, or against the Estate of ANN JONES, late of No. 50, Market-street, Holyhead, in the County of Anglesey, Spinster, and who died intestate on the 30th day of September, 1868, and of whose Estate and Effects Letters of Administration were granted by the principal Registry of her Majesty's Court of Probate to EDWARD JONES, the lawful Cousin German, and one of the next of kin of the said Intestate, on the 21st day of December, 1869, are hereby required to send in particulars of their Rights, Claims, and Demands to Mr A. ANWYL. PASSINGHAM, of Bala, in the County of Merioneth, the Solicitor of the said Administrator, on or before the 1st day of March, 1870, after which date the said Administrator will proceed to distribute, pay, and apply the Assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having re- gard only to the Rights, Claims, and Demands of which he shall then have Notice; and that the said Adminis- trator will not be answerable or liable for the Assets, or any part thereof so distributed* paid, or applied to any person or persons, of whose Right, Claim, or Demand he shall not then have received notice. And all Persons from whom monies are due to the Estate of the said deceased, are requested to pay the same forthwith to me, the undersigned. Dated this 29th day of December, 1869. A. ANWYL PASSINGHAM, Bala, Solicitor for the said Administrator. WANTED, an APPRENTICE to the Drapery business. Apply to Mr J. REES, draper, Pier-street, Aberystwyth GLENFIELD STARCH. EXCLUSIVELY USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY, and HER MAJESTY'S LAUNDRESS says it is the Finest Starch she ever used. AWARDED PRIZE MEDAL FOR ITS SUPERIORITY. When you ask for GLENFIELD STARCH, See that you get it, as inferior kinds are often substituted. WOTHERSPOON & Co., GLASGOW & LONDON.

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