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THE ABERYSTWYTH MABKET AND PUBLIC HALL COMPANY, ,■ LIMITED. Incorporated under the Companies' Acts 1862 and 1867, the liability of each Member being limited to the amount of his Shares. CAPITAL X8000, IN 1600 SHARES OF X5 EACH. PRESENT ISSUE 600 SHARES. Deposit, 5s. per Share on Application, and 5s. on Allotment, the remainder at intervals as required. SHOULD NO ALLOTMENT BE MADE THE DEPOSITS WILL BE RETURNED IN FULL. CHAIRMAN JOHN MATTHEWS, Esq., Mayor of Aberystwyth. BANKERS: THE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK, Aberystwyth. p SECRETARY pro tem. Mr DAVID LLOYD, Accountant at W. H. THOMAS, Esq., Solicitor. The Directors to be chosen at the First General Meeting of the Shareholders, of which due notice will be given. The Articles of Association are strictly limited to those prescribed by the Act of Parliament. PROSPECTUS. A The Company has been established to supply a want long felt by the flourishing and rapidly rising town of Aberystwyth—viz., a spacious Market for Corn, Meat, Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, &c., &c., of an area suitable to the increased prosperity of the town, the present Market being wholly insufficient for the purpose. It is proposed to build an extensive Market on Corporation Ground facing Terrace-road, with additional entrances from Baker-street, and an area of about 10,000 square feet. This is the finest site in the town, and being the leading thoroughfare from the Railways to the Marine-terrace, is the part most frequented by visitors and others. The land has been secured upon extremely advantageous terms, based upon an impartial survey and valuation, the vendor of the land in Terrace-road taking for the same £ 600 in cash and £ 400 in fully paid-up shares; and Mr Elias Da vies and Mr Erasmus Jones £ 50 each for the gardens at the rear. As it is proposed to form entrances from Baker-street, two houses have been secured therein for the purpose. In order that the town may possess a large and commodious Market this season, without the delay caused by the erection of the permanent building, the Vendor proposes to erect at once a temporary Market, to be opened on or about the 9th of May next, drawings of which can be seen at 51, North-parade. The Vendor guarantees 5 per cent. upon all shares subscribed of the present issue for two years. In order to render this Market a strictly Municipal one, a proposal will be submitted to the shareholders at the first General Meeting to the effect that, upon an efficient application of the Local Act compelling the use of our Market, all profits over seven and a half per cent. will be divided between the shareholders and the ratepayers, and an approved number of the Corporation shall be ex-officio directors of the Company. Municpal Markets in this country are in nearly all cases great pecuniary successes. Carmarthen Market was let for the present year to the highest bidder for £ 1,490; and there is every reason to believe that this enterprise, efficiently carried out, will be equally remunerative to the shareholders. No fees or promotion money have been or will be paid to anyone in respect of the formation of this Company, the whole of the money subscribed being devoted to the legitimate business of the undertaking. Prospectuses and forms of application for shares can be had of the Bankers; of John Matthews, Esq., Mayor; W. H. Thomas, Esq., Solicitor; J. J. Atwood, Esq., Solicitor; and J. Pell, Esq., Aberystwyth. A large number of shares are already subscribed for. Immediate application should be made to the Bankers for the remainder, as the subscription list will only be open for a few days. NOW OPEN. ASKEW ROBERTS, WOODALL, AND VENABLES, Have Re-opened their BOOKSTALL, At the Railway Station, Aberystwyth, with an entirely NEW STOCK of BOOKS BY POPULAR AUTHORS, P UIDES TO WALES, Tourists' Maps, Photographs, Tourists' Writing Cases, Blotting Books, Scrap \JC Books, Photo Albums, Purse3, Gummed and Linen Direction Labels, Fancy Stationery, Paper Knives, Patent Pencils, Parlour Games, Chess and Draughtsmen, Children's Toy Books, &c., &c. The London and Provincial Daily and Weekly Newspapers received by the first train after publication. All Papers sold at Published prices, and delivered in the town (free of extra charge) immediately after their arrival, viz.:— DAILY NEWSPAPERS. 11 0 am.-The Western Mail. 2 25 p.m.-Liverpool Mercury. 2 25 p.m.—The Birmingham Post. 5 55 „ The Times. „ „ Gazette. „ Pall Mall Gazette. „ Manchester Examiner. „ Daily Telegraph. 1, Guardian. „ „ News. „ Liverpool Courier. „ Standard. WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS AND PERIODICALS. MONDAY— WEDNESDAY- SATURDAY (continued). London Journal. Bell's Life. News of the World. TUESDAY— THURSDAY- Reynolds's Newspaper. Boys of England. Family Herald. Lloyd's Newspaper. Young Gentleman's Journal. Budget. Weekly Times. WEDNESDAY— FRIDAY— Liverpool Weekly Mercury. Oswestry Advertizer. Penny Illustrated Paper. „ )( Courier. Punch. Christian World. Manchester Weekly Times Fun. Methodist Recorder. Bell's Life. Judy. SATURDAY— Sporting Life. Will o' the Wisp. Aberystwyth Times. Sportsman. Bow Bells. Illustrated News. Field. London Reader. The Graphic. Saturday Review. Every Week. The Queen. Spectator. Sporting Life. The Engineer. Railway Times. Sportsman. Public Opinion. &c., &c. Papers not included in the above List, procured to order. Orders for Railway Advertising, Advertisements for ABERYSTWYTH TIMES, CAMBRIAN NEWS, OSWESTRY ADVERTIZER, or any Newspapers, promptly attended to. April, 1870. Y. B. I THE ROYAL MERIONETH MILITIA. NOTICE. THE RECRUITS of the above Corps (Men enlisted for the first time since the last training,) will ASSEMBLE at BALA, at 11 o'clock, a.m. on MONDAY, APRIL 25th, 1870, for 41 days' TRAINING. Also the remainder of the Corps to assemble at the same place, at 11 a.m. en MONDAY, MAY 9th, 1870, for 27 days' TRAINING. By Order, R. MASCIE TAYLOR, Captain and Adjutant. Orderly Room, Bala, March 8th, 1870. J ST. JAMES'S HALL, PICCADILLY, LONDON. ALL THE YEAR ROUND, EVERY NIGHT AT EIGHT; WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS AT THREE AND EIGHT. THE great and glorious entertainment of the Original and only acknowledged CHRISTY MINSTRELS, Which has attracted densely crowded audiences to the ST. JAMES'S HALL, PICCADILLY, EIGHT AND FREQUENTLY TEN TIMES IN EACH WEEK FOR UPWARDS OF FOUR CONSECUTIVE YEARS, Without intermission (as this Company never performs out of London). VISITORS TO THE METROPOLIS Should not fail to attend one of the performances of this Company at St. James's Hall. EVERY WEST-END OMNIBUS Will set passengers down at the very doors. THE GRAND ILLUMINATED DAY PERFORMANCES EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT THREE, Are precisely the same as those given at night. No Fees. No Extra Charges. Ladies can retain their Bonnets in all parts of the Hall. TARRED AND PLAIN ROPES T Spun Yarn, Lamp Wicks, and Ball Cottons, BRATTICE CLOTH AND AIR TUBING, Shovels, and other Collici-y Requisites. COLLIERY STORES, YORKSHIRE HALL, W R B X R A bl. HALF A MILLION HAS BEEN PAID BY THE RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE COMPANY, As COMPENSATION for ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, (RIDING, DRIVING, WALKING, HUNTING, &C.) An Annual Payment of 23 to £6 5s. insures £1,000 at Death, and an allowance at the rate of 26 per week for A A BONUS to all POLICYHOLDERS of Five Years' standing has been declared, Payable in and after 1871. lor .Particulars apply to the Clerks at the Railway stations, to the Local Agents, or at the Offices, 64, CORNHILL, and 10, REGENT-STREET, LONDON. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. AGENTS FOR OSWESTRY. Mr W. B. LANE, Great Western Railway. Mr H. HATTON, Cambrian do. CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PREPARED SOUPS, IN PINT AND QUART TINS, READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE. Mock Turtle, Ox Tail, Jullienne, Real Turtle, Mulligatawny, Hare, &c., &c. Retail of all Grocers and Italian Warehousemen Wholesale of the Manufacturers, CROSSE AND BLACKWELL, PURVEYORS TO HER MAJESTY, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. The very extensive distillery now being erected at Bel- fast, with all recent improvements for the manufacture of Irish whisky, by Messrs DUNVILLE & Co., who have gain- ed a world-wide celebrity for their fine old Irish whisky, is to be called The Royal Irish Distillery," MERIONETHSHIRE, NORTH WALES. A FREEHOLD ESTATE, near Towyn, in this county, known as Bodtalog, comprising 565g acres of Arable, Pasture, and Marsh LAND, with an agreeable Resi- dence, commanding extensive views over the surround- ing country and Cardigan Bay, Two Farmhouses with Yards, Stables, and other conveniences, and Cottages and Gardens, in and near the town of Towyn, situate close to the Towyn Station of the Cambrian Railway, and three miles from the charming watering-place of Aberdovey; also a Perpetual Yearly Rent-charge of 2100, payable out of the Freehold Estate of Llwyn, near Dolgrelley. MESSRS HERRING AND SON are instructed to Sell the above PROPERTY by Auction, at the Mart, Tokenhouse-yard, opposite the Bank of England, London, on Thursday, May 12th next, at Two o'clock precisely, in one Lot, and if not so sold then in several Lots. LOT 1.—The Perpetual Yearly RENT-CHARGE of £100. LOT 2.—The RESIDENCE of Bodtalog, a stone-bunt house of moderate elevation, facing the south, and over- looking Cardigan Bay, with large Gardens, Lawn, and Paddocks, well-timbered, containing 14a. lr. 9p. LOT 3.-Fronhaulog FARM, containing 112a. 3r. 10p., and let to a yearly tenant at 266 14s. per annum. LOT 4.—Tymawr and Brynllis FARMS, containing 396a. 2r. lip., and let on lease at the yearly rent of £180. LOT 5.—MARSH LAND, containing about 42 acres, let on lease at S40 per annum. LOT 6.—COTTAGES and GARDENS, and LAND, in the village of Towyn, let to several tenants at rents amounting to £62 10s. 6d. per annum. Particulars, with plan and conditions, may be had of THos. LOUGHBOROUGH, Esq., 23, Austinfriars, London Mr THOS. EDWARDS, Agent, Towyn at the Corbet Arms, Towyn at the Golden Lion, Dolgelley at the principal hotels at Shrewsbury, Welshpool, Manchester, and Liver- pool; at the Mart; and of the Auctioneers, 21, Moorgate- street, Bank, London, and Brixton-hill, Surrey. PORTMADOC EMBANKMENT TOLL GATE. To be Let by Public Auction, by MR DAVID JONES, at the News Room, Port- madoc, on Thursday, the 28th of April, 1870, at Six o'clock p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the TOLLS of the Portmadoc Embankment Gate, from the 12th day of May, 1870, to the 12th day of May, 1871. The Taker will be required to find two suffi- cient Sureties to join him in a Bond for the Amount the Tolls are Let at. Possession on the 12th of May next. SALE BY MR DAVID ROBERTS, on Thursday, April 28th, 1870, at Bridge-street, Cor wen; the Contents of Three Sitting Rooms, Hall, Stairs, Lobbies, Six Bed- rooms, Kitchen and Scullery, consisting of Superior Rose- wood and Mahogany Tables, Chairs, Sofas, and Couches, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Chest of Drawers, Handsome Bedsteads, Pier Glasses, Dressing Tables, Washstands, Toilet Services, Feather Beds, Carpets, Hearthrugs, &c., &c., the property of Mr Warne, who has taken to the whole of the Effects at the Owen Glyndwr Hotel, Corwen, at a valuation. Descriptive Catalogues may be had Seven days prior to the Sale, at the Owen Glyndwr Hotel, Corwen, or from the Auctioneer. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. LLANUWCHLLYN. A CONCERT will be held at the British School, Llanuwchllyn, on Monday next, the 25th day of April, 1870, by Mr W. W. THOMAS, Pentrevoelas, THE TEMPERANCE CLUB BRASS BAND, GWRTHEYRN, &c. NEW MARKETS, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. TO BUILDERS. PERSONS willing to CONTRACT for the Erection of these Markets are invited to send in Sealed Tenders addressed to the Building Committee," under cover to us, on or before Saturday, the 7th May next. The Plans and Specification can be inspected at our office after the 26th inst., and any further information obtained upon application to us. It is not to be under- stood that the Committee pledge themselves to accept the lowest, or any, Tender. GEO. JONES AND SONS, Architects and Surveyors, Aberystwyth. 21st April, 1870. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. NEW INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, LLANUWCHLLYN. THE Committee are prepared to receive TENDERS for erecting the above Chapel. Plans and Specifi- cations may be seen at the Chapel House, on or after the 13th instant. Tenders to be sent in to the undersigned not later than the 29th instant. The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. T. LLOYD, JUN. Glan Twrch, Llanuwchllyn. DOLGELLEY. &ML ROYAL SHIP Pegs 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 j BILLIARDS. Omnibuses to and from all the Trains. Coaches to all parts of the District. Ponies and Guides at fixed charges. EDWARD JONES, Proprietor. 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. V. &.@ R. 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. PAPER HANGINGS. A LARGE Assortment of PAPER HANGINGS, at a greatly reduced price, at T. THOMAS'S, BRIDGE-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Picture Frames in Gilt, Maple, &c. Mouldings supplied to the trade at reduced terms. CASH. WANTED, Four Young Men; one as SHEP- HERD and Slaughtering Butcher, able to dress all kinds of fat stock for market; one as COWMAN one as UNDER PLOUGHMAN; and one experienced in Market Garden, as well as ordinary farm labour. Each to make himself generally useful. Board and Lodging supplied. Apply, with testimonials, and stating wages, to EVAN NEWELL, Escuan Farm, Towyn, North Wales. None whose character for sobriety and honesty won't bear scrutiny need apply. WANTED, Two WATER-WHEELS, either New or Second-hand, one of 28ft. or 30ft. by 3ft. 6in., the other 20ft. by 3ft. 6in.; if new the wheels to have iron segments, axles, and centre pieces. Specifications and all other particulars may be had by applying to Captain NORTHEY, Bwlch Canol, Goginan, Aberystwyth. April 20th, 1870. WANTED, a good COOK, at Aberdovey. Age not to exceed thirty. A member of the Church of England preferred. Good character indispensable. Address, C. B., Stamp Office, Aberdovey. April 19th, 1870. TO LET, half-way between Barmouth and Dol- gelley, a FURNISHED HOUSE, consisting of 4 Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining Rooms, 2 Kitchens, Cellar, and Garden, with Coach-house, and Stabling for three or four horses. For particulars apply to WM. JNO. COOKE, Vigra and Clogau Works, near Dolgelley, North Wales. OOPING COUGH.—ROCHE'S HERBAL EM- BROCATION. The celebrated Effectual Cure without internal Medicine. Sole Wholesale Agent, Edwards, 38, Old Change (formerly of 67, St. Paul's), London. Sold retail by most Chemists. Price 4s, per bottle, 1

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