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^^SALES BY AUCTION. 1To CABINET MAKERS, BUILDERS, AND O T H*E R S CORN EXCHANGE, WELSHPOOL. 5]r>V 1 v 7 Important and Unreserved Sale of really and elegant New Dining and Drawing JJ0** and Bedchamber FURNITURE, and JJ broils or,her Articles of Virtu, in beautifully- j^e<i Brown Oak, Walnut, rich Spanish Sid ?^any> consisting of elaborately carved j eboards, Cheffione^r- with Mirrors Cabinets, Wv.ri°US designs j Umbrella and Hat Stands, SSe Knee-hole Dressing Tables and ^"stands, Wardrobes, 60 arch-top Swing I ^"stands, Wardrobes, 60 arch-top Swing .:I" e.s!'nng Glasses, 40 Easy Chairs, of various 1Qins Bureaux, 14 Chests of Drawers, nd u; 30 pairs Toilet Tables, polished, stained, i))6 .Panted Chippendale Side Board, six oblong Tables, from 4ft. to 7ft. 6in. long; 14 bedsteads, with spring mattresses; three [ Cha-°gan:r Ha'f-Tes^er Bedsteads, 60 Cane-seated I S> together with the contents of Kitchen and r domestic Apartments. | ^j^AN AND SON respectfully announce I fi instructions from Mr. John Thomas | '^iJhcf8 UP possession of his premises, No. 5 and $0 afreet, the Second Week in June) CONDUCT AN ABSOLUTE SALE I BY AUCTION, I IN THE CORN EXCHANGE, Ofth* THURSDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1896, e^hole of the UNSOLD STOCK-IN-TRADE j and numerous Effects. Also, | 0ll°wing PROPERTY will be Sold by Auction on his premises at PARK LANE, MONDAY, JUNE THE 8TH, 1896 b. (unless previously disposed of), r ltth: Entire stock of well-seasoned Mahogany in. Deal Boards, six Carpenters' **6 {"j. .°lr ditto, ditto,^with German iron cramps; njture Spring Cart, one small Lorry. I^'Oahf168 are ncnv *D preparation, and will be fin, 6 on application to the Auctioneers, Chest- j elShpool. BLAENDOLAU. SUABLE GRAZING LAND TO LET. i JAMES is instructed to Let by I Qblic Auction, on the respective Fields 4^°-DAvermittin?), I4O'CL '.(SATURDAY), MAY 23BD, 1896, I 11 to 1?°^ 'n the Afternoon (subject to conditions f "e read), for Grazing purposes only, in one Or more Lots, the whole of the v LAND COMPRISING .^DOLAU FARM, LLANBADARN, rjW Several lots will be let until the 25th of v <1897, with immediate possession, and each be fenced in. f is wet ihe Auctiou" will be held Mj|^BLACK LION, LLANB1DARN FAWR, to-day (Saturday), the 23rd of ^6 4 i c^o» °ns an^ further Particulars apply to or to MR. A. J. HUGHES, Solicitor, Aberystwyth^ I SfW\Sl2S! HORSES!! HORSES! Is 0 LIMITED AAA Ti3RED. TO I^vUU! HniL0YD'S GREAT NORTH WALES > SE SALES AT WREXHAM, lOn^av ij, ^40 in Prizes. "'eth, anr'lednesday, and Thursday, June 9th, th, for LTGHT HORSES; and tiv?^ Thursday, 17th and 18th, for I °f tr beLa^SES and COLTS. t5h* ,^e8t H • £ reat Quarterly Sale, will be one &; es Bnoiir*ng tbe year. Ma D ^lose Wednesday, May 27th '0? gs. u a^e 127 gs. Waggon Horse, 175 gs. a p arness Horses, 150 gs. a Pair, and ^iterT' •? ^JNRECTto FRAN'K LLOVD, Wrexham. ()n CHIRBURY. 1 tSTEiRS, ANNIVERSARY I ^SDAY, 24TH JUNE, 1896. I SPORTS AND OTHER I J, ATTRACTIONS. I f ► 6 °btaiiii and all other information f e on application to I jj E. W. TUDOR, | ^°n" Sec. of the Sports Committee. GROES -4LVI GROES I 1 TIC METHODIST CHAPEL. BAZAAR, 144qtjp, A NVill be held in a () AT THE GROES, GUILSFIELD, I A THURSDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1896. 'l'llÐ f 15 BA-ZAAR WILL BE OPENED I Two o'clock by F HUMPH REYS-OWEN, | G L AN SEVERN. [ b ^SlON, TO INCLUDE TEA, Is. fl 8 "^ill ■ I given to clear off the Chapel Debt. 1 — I n ^ay v.- e WlH be obliged for any Donatious, S ^S. Tn Sent I ih ^ay v.- e will be obliged for any Donatious, S ^S. Tn Sent GRTES' Yarchoel> President, i TonFPITHS, Vronheulog, Treasurer, f Broniarth, Welshpool, Secretary. liSlT I SIr TO ABERYSTWYTH HIUIINKSSES THE AND PRINCESS OF ^Kln WALES» j JUNE 26TH, 1896. R. "ESSES. ^AVIS & SONS ^e°r> T. B^nnr?611^8 the well-known r?8tal pai Co., sole Pyrotechnists I CAO, »^"teaMaS°PPlr°ftheir OP FIREWORKS I FJ:"ottl 5s. to C20 each. lio'1' It ADbekss BRlDGE STREET' ANI) L 2o» QUEEN STREET, ,i ABERYSTWYTH a SALES BY AUCTION. WHITFIELD'S OLD ESTABLISHED WEEKLY AUCTIONS For all classes of FAT, DAIRY, AND STORE STOCK IN THE OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD. FOUR REGULAR SALESMEN IN CHARGE OF SEPARATE DEPARTMENTS. T. WHITFIELD, SEN.—DAIRY CATTLE. T. WHITFIELD, JUN.-FAT CATTLE. G. NVFTITFIELD-SHEEP AND CALVES. E. W-HITFIELD-PIGS AND STORE CATTLE. Sales commencing at 10 30. Settlements as soon as the Stock is Sold. OFFICES :— Willow House, Oswestry. ROROUGH OF WELSHPOOL. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the TOWN HALL, WELSHPOOL, on SATUR- DAY NEXT, the 23rd inst., at 8.15 p.m., to take into consideration the FORMATION OF A CHOIR to Sing at the Railway Station during the passing through of their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales on the 25th June next. W. FORRESTER ADDIE, May 21st, 1896. Mayor. VISIT OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO ABERYSTWYTH. THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE appeal earn- J- estly for subscriptions towards the General Fund now being raised to defray the cost of giving a hearty welcome to the Royal Guests on their approaching visit. The Corporation of Aberystwyth are generously undertaking the expenses of street decorations, &c., while many persons are spending considerable sums in decorating their own houses, but there is yet required a large sum for other purposes. Subscriptions will be gratefully received by the Honorary Secretaries. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TOWARDS EXPENSES. £ s d The Right Hon. Lord Rendel 250 0 0 Edward Davies, Esq., Llandinam 100 0 0 John Francis, Esq., Wallog, Borth 50 0 0 William Jones, Esq., 162, Asted Row, Birmingham, High Sheriff of Car- diganshire 50 0 0 Thomas Griffiths, Mayor of Aberyst- wyth 50 0 0 His Grace the Duke of Westminster 25 0 0 John Corbett, Esq., Towyn 21 0 0 National Provincial Bank of England, Limited 21 0 0 The Right Hon. Earl of Lisburne 21 0 0 T. J. Viaddingliarii, Esq., Hafod 2000 William Williams, Esq., H.M.I., Aber. ystwyth 15 15, 0 Right Hon. Lord Aberdare, Duffryn 12 10 0 Major E. Pryce-Jones, M.P., 10 10 0 Alderman J. Foulkes Roberts, Man- chester 10 10 0 Right Hon. Lord Powis 10 10 0 W. B. Powell, Esq., Nanteos, Aber- ystwyth 10 10 0 Misses Jones, Frongog 10 10 0 Messrs. Roberts and Evans. 10 10 0 J. and J. Gibson, Aberystwyth 10 10 0 Rt. Rev. Lord Bishop of St. Davids 10 0 0 H. C. Fryer, Esq., Aberystwyth 10 0 0 Prof. J. W. Marshall, do. 10 0 0 Samuel Smith, Esq., M.P }n n n P. C. Millbank, Esq., M.P. ••• 10 0 0 Principal Roberts, Aberystwth. ••• 10 0 0 J. R. Rees, Esq., North and South Wales Bank. J J J J C Harford, Esq., Falcondale 10 U U The Right Hon. Lord Windsor, St. Fagan's Castle ••• Jr )r Principal Viriamu Jones, Cardiff 10 0 Sir J. Russell Bailey, Bart., Brecon 10 0 0 Alderman James Jones, Swansea 1000 Sir Wm. Roberts, London c c n G. W. Cosens, Esq., Bronpadarn b o U Col. Lloyd Verney, Clochfaen •> j> b U T. Lumlev Davies, Esq., Liverpool o u John Cory, Esq., Cardiff. J J J y J. W. Willis Bund, Esq., Lincoln's Inn b u u J. D. Perrott, Esq., County Treasurer, Aberystwyth -• F W. A. Roche, Esq., Tregunter Park, Talgarth ••• •" 5 U U T. Thomas Moore, Esq., High Sheriff of Radnorshire n n W. O. Brigstocke, Esq., Parcygors o Dr. R. D. Roberts, Cambridge ••• =» J. A. Doyle, Esq., Penydarren, Crick- p „ howell & Sir John Williams, Bart., 63, Brook c q 0 E. treet, London ••• 5 n 0 Sir l\1arteine Lloyd, Batt., Bronw,(¡,l 5 0 0 Sir J. W. Szlumper, Kew Gardens => Thomas Davies, Esq., 28, Balliol Road, & Q Q Bootle •• c n 0 Joseph Thomas, Esq., Haverfordwest O J. G. W. Bonsall, Esq., Fronfraith o « Major Price Lewes, Tyglyn, Aeron •• J Principal Reicbel, Baugor .300 Lewis Angell, Esq., West Ham o 2 0 Col. Stewart, Alltyrodyn ••• n Morris Davies, Esq., Troy House, lvugby E. Thrubshaw, Esq., Aelybryu, Llanelly Daniel Jones, Esq., 47, Chancery Lane, Q W.C. ••• r, n n Dr. A. Garrod Thomas, Newport, Mon. £ u u Col. W. Lewes, Llysnewydd fin Edward Griffith, Esq., Dolgelley i J W. H. Colby, Esq., Garregwen 11" Miss Armstrong, Dame Owen's School, 110 Islington J n Rev. W. Hawker Hughes, Oxford f Sir E. R. Russell, Liverpool 1 Rev. J. A. Jenkins, Cardiff ■ J W. H. Gatty Jones, Esq., Dolgelley 1 j Lewis Davies, Esq., Llanwrda 1 Richard Jones, Esq., Pertheirin ••• 1 1 Hugh Pughe, Esq., N. P. Bank, Aber- 110 ystwyth 1 1 0 D. H. Davies, Esq., do. do. 1 1 0 D. Thomas, Esq., Pantcoch Villa, Llan- dyssul i i n Hugh Lewis, Esq., Glanhafren Tin Robert Evans, Esq., Eaton Lodge, Rhyl 1 1 U R. Peake, Esq., Aberystwyth 1 j A. i±. Jones, Esq., Penrallt, LlandySsul 1 I John Morgan, Esq., Pontrhydygroes 1 1 U Howell Rees, Esq., Garnant i T n Principal Owen Prys, Trevecca 1 i Principal John Rhys, LL.D., Oxford 1 1 u Charles Lloyd, Esq, Waunifor Jin Archdeacon Griffiths, Neath 1 i A. C. Newland,Esq, Llanfair, Llandyssul 1 i U William Davies, Esq 11" 1Criffith Jones, Esq, 1, Mitre Court Buildings, Temple Tin Levi James, Esq., Caemorgan, Cardigan 1 | u David Griffiths, Esq, Llanbedr i i n I Miss E. O. Hughes, Cambridge. 1 u Rev Ebenezer Jones, Llanbadarn Fawr 1 u v Miss E. E. Constance Jones, Cambridge 1 U JJ Thomas Davies, Esq, Yaerdre, do. 1 JJ £ Major General R. O. Jones, Bala 1 « Francis Evans, Esq, Dolgelley • • • 1U Dr William Williams, Drim, Fishguard 0 10 C J. R. Allen, Esq, Pembroke Dock 0 10 fc Ebenezer Williams, Esq, Broncaradog. 0 10 A. J. HUGHES \HON. Sice. MORTIMER GREEN fao"- ° Reception Committee Room, Aberystwyth, May 20th, 1896. PUBLIC NOTICES. EVERY VISITOR TO ABERYSTWYTH SHOULD VISIT THE PUBLIC BATHS, BATH STREET. HOT, COLD, AND SWIMMING BATHS. WHIT-MONDAY. P-ARK HALL FETE, OSWESTRY. GREAT ATTRACTIONS SPECIALLY ENGAGED ARTISTES. ATHLETIC SPORTS. GRAND MILITARY LEAPING COMPETITION. DANCING. MILITARY BAND. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS ADMISSION ONE SHILLING; Tickets NINEPENCE Each if purchased TO-DAY. Cheap Bookings, see Bills. G. A. DOODY, 1 Joint J. BOLTON, J Hon. Sees. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MACHYNLLETH NINTH ANNUAL SHOW. HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, ETC, NEW ATTRACTION. WILL BE HELD IN THE MONTH OF AUGUST. Full particulars upon application to Mr. T. Lloyd, Secretary, Pentrehedjn Street, Machynlleth. TOWYN-ON-SEA AND MERIONETH COUNTY TIMES A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR MERIONETHSHIRE. EVERY THURSDAY. ONE PENNY. Full and Impartial Reports of all Local Events. General News. Markets. Notes. A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. PUBLISHERS SALTER & ROWLANDS, WELSHPOOL. CHARLES DREW, IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS, Wholesale Bottler of Messrs. BASS & CO'S INDIA PALE ALE, GUINNESS AND CO'S EXTRA STOUT (Under Guarantee to Bottle Messrs Guinness's Extra Stout only with their Trade Label), FINEST CHAMPAGNE CIDER, &c., also MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURER. WORKS-KING STREET. ALL THE MINERAL WATERS ARE PRE. PARED FROM PURE SPRING ARTESIAN WELL WATER (the only Artesian Well boring in Oswestry) PUT UP IN CORKED BOTTLES, PATENT STOPPERED BOTTLES, AND SYPHONS. THE LATEST KIND OF MACHINERY HAS BEEN INTRODUCED IN THE FACTORY, AND THE GREATEST CARE TAKEN TO ENSURE THE PURITY OF THE VARIOUS BEVERAGES, ALL OF WHICH ARE OF HIGH-CLASS MANUFACTURE. CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS OF WATER FROM WELL OVER 200 FEET DEEP. 11 and 12, Great Tower Street, London, E.C., August 26, 1895. A sample of the Well-Water used by Mr. Charles Drew, Oswestry, has been submitted to very care- ful chemical analysis in this Laboratory, and I find it to be a water of excellent composition and quality, bright and sparkling in appearance, and free from turbidity or deposit. It is particularly palatable to the taste, and I consider it to be well adapted for use in the pro- duction of superior Aerated Beverages and Mineral Waters generally. GRANVILLE H. SHARPE, F.C.S., &c., Analyst, Late Principal of the Liverpool College of Chemistry." TO BE OBTAINED OF ALL LICENSED HOUSES AND RESTAURANTS. Price List forwarded on Application. All Orders will receive every Care, Attention, and Prompt Delivery. CHARLES DREW, Agent for Messrs. Bass and Co.'s Burton Ales in Casks, 45, Church-street, Oswestry. HERBERT TONES, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON. H.J., having disposed of his business to Mr. Cranage, is now offering at COST PRICE FOR CASH A QUANTITY OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND ELECTRO PLATE All Watches Warranted for One, Two, or Three Years. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. NOTE THE ADDRESS- 15, HIGH ST., NEWTOWN. TUITION. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL Preparation for the UNIVERSITY LOCALS, PRECEPTORS PUBLIC SCHOOLS, SHORTHAND CERTIFICATE AND CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Over 70 passes during the last five years in above examinations. 12 Shorthand Certificates gained since 1893. Comfortable home for boarders. Moderate Terms. CAMBRIDGE LOCALS-ALL PASSED. HONOUR. RESIDENT MASTER, UNIV^HSITY GRADUATE. Cambridge Local Examination Class now forming. T. F. HILES, Head Master. THE COLLEGE, QUEEN'S PARK, OSWESTRY. THE MISSES HOULT (CASTLE BUILBINGS) BEG to thank their Friends for their kind support, and have much, pleasure in stating that the AUTUMN TERM will commence in their NEW RESIDENCE, QUEEN'S PARK, Which is in every way adknjrably adapted for Educational Purposes, having large and lofty Schoolrooms, and Dormitories,and Tennis Court. The MISSES HOULT are assisted by Resident English and Foreign GovERjVTEggESj and visiting PROFESSORS. Preparation for Oxford oeal, College of Precep- tors, and Music Examinations. Home Comforts and Calieful Training. TERMS MODERITE. The next TERM commences JANUARY 22ND. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOUNDED 1812. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BO-y P. HEAD MASTER: R. A. POP R, M.A., Formerly Classical Schftlar of Sidney Sussex College, Cambiidg^: Assistant Master at Shrewsbury School. For Prospectus, &c., apply to THE HEADMASTER, JASPER HOUSE. CLEVELAND HOUSE SCHOOL WELSHPOOL, FOR YOUNG IJADIES. Pupils receive a sound and thorouo-h Education at Moderate Charges. Happy hotue for Boarded Also a CLASS FOR LITTLE BOYS. PROSPECTUSES ON APPLICATION TO THE MISSES DAWSON. OSWESTRY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (1407). MR. G. COBLEY, Senior Assistant Master receives 25 Boarders in his house There are a few VACANCIES for next Term. Terms Moderate. Prospectus on application. LLORAN HOUSE, OSWESTRY. MACHYNLLErra COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. SCHOOL RE-OPENS MAY 5, 1896. Head Master: MR. H. H. MEYLER, M.A., Oxox, Assistant Master: MR. ALBERT WATSON, B.A., CANTAB. Assistant Mistress MISS FLORENCE WlIITE Late Scholar of the Royal Holloway College, Egham. 0' TEN SCHOLARSHIPS Will be offered for Competition for Children in Elementary Schools and others; also Bursaries sufficient to cover the estimated expenses of travelling to and from school. 1 Children who have passed Standard 5 are eligible for admission without examination. EXAMINATION for Scholarships and also for Admission, will be held at the Intermediate School, Machynlleth, on the 18th day of JULY AF 10 a ra SUBJECTS for Scholarships. Examinations as followsReading, Writing, Arithmetic English Grammar, Geography (England and Wales). Optional subjectsEnglish History and Welsh (translation). Application to be sent in to the Clerk on or before the 11th day of July, 1896. Forms obtained from JOHN ROWLANDS, Solicitor, Machyoj]etll 29th April, 1896. Clerk to the Governors. THOMAS FAUli, Son of the late James Farr, of Salop Road COACH BUILDER, SEVERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. J. H. ANDERSON, CABINET MAKER & UPHOLSTERER, 26, BROAD STREET, AND 9, BERRIEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. HOUSES COMPLETELY FURNISHED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. DINING, DRAWING, & BEDROOM SUITES, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Spring, Hair, & Flock Mattresses, Feather Beds, &c. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CABINET WORK. FUNERALS FURNISHED. FURNITURE REMOVED & STORED. Removal to all parts—Estimates Free. The largest and Best-constructed Furniture Van Obtainable. STORING WAREHOUSE 9, BERRIEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. HOTELS. WATERLOO HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH.-This First-class Family and Commercial PRIVATE Vt HOTEL and Boarding House is situate in the centre of the Esplanade, and commands an unbroken sea front. The House has recently been enlarged and re-furnished, and possesses every modern improvement, making it one of the most comfortable Hotels on the Welsh Coast. PRIVATE BRAKES LEAVE THE HOTEL DAILY TO ALL PLACES OF INTEREST. TERMS MODERATE. A. E. & A. MORRIS, PROPRIETRESSES. ABERYSTWYTH.—PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, FAMILY AND Commercial. This Hotel is entirely under New Management. STABLING AND POSTING. PROPRIETOR 1. PARRISH. MACHYNLLETH.—LION HOTEL, First-class Hotel for Families, Visitors and Commercia Gentlemen. The house has been entirely renovated, and its Sanitary Arrangements and Bath Rooms are of the most modern kind, thus affording the best accommodation in the town. The Hotel is largely patronised by Anglers and Sportsmen, and possesses an excellent Billiard Table. OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. AGENT FOR BASS'S BEER AND ALLSOPP'S STOUT. WHOLESALE BOTTLING TRADE. EDWARD JONES, PROPRIETOR. E. J. takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous customers for their patronage for the last three years and hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of their support. THE CROWN BREWERY. A. D. DAWSON, BREWER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. FINE WELSH ALES OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, FROM lOd. PER GALLON, CARRIAGE FREE, IN 9, 18, 36, AND 54 GALLON CASKS. The Celebrated Crown Bitter Ale," and Cobbler Mountain Scotch Whisky. I IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. HARVEST ALES OF SUPERIOR QUALITY FROM 7d. PER GALLON. Orders received for the above at Bull Hotel and Eagles Vaults, Welshpool; Sarn Inn, Kerry; Belle Vue, Trefeglwys Raven Inn, Churchstoke Anchor Inn, Bettws, Salop. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS: MALT, NEWTOWN, MONT." "> Manager T. E. SKIDMORE. TESTIMONIALS. Xewtown, August 19th, 1895. through the Camp as the best Beer, not only in ° Camp, but in Blackpool as well.—Y'ours truly, To T. E. Skidmore. T WV«T<>P Mv Dear Sir —You may, I think, be glad to know -»T i that the Beer'you supplied to Camp was of excel- To A. D. Dawson, Esq., Newtown. lent oualitv in fact the best of the six Batalions in camp Everyone agreed as to this, and especially NEWTOWN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY S SHOW AND the men of the other Regiments.—Yours truly, FETE. the men of the other Regiments.—Yours truly, FETE. (Signed), EDWIN J. PIPER, Captain, I Newtown, August 26th, 1895. Brigade Transport and Supply Officer. Dear Sir,—I am pleased to inform you that the = catering of Mr. T. J. Bratton, and the qualify of the goods supplied by you for the above Fete, gave [EXTRACT FROM LETTER.] I general satisfaction.—Yours truly, The Turf Hotel, Salop, ERNEST C. MORGAN, Sec. 15th Aug., 1895. A. D. Dawson, Esq., Dear Sir, Your Beer was acknowledged all Crown Brewery, Newtown. CABINET FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION SOLD BY M. H. DAVIS & SONS, 4, BRIDGE STREET AND 20, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, ESTABLISHED 1839. JOSEPH DAVIES AND SON, TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, 11, BROAD STHEFT, WELSHPOOL, Are now showing the Newest Materials for Spring and Smnmei wear in GENTLEMEN'S SUITINGS, COVERT COATS, Ac., and an excellent selection of OUTFITTING. LADIES COSTUMES AND JACKETS In the Latest Styles a Speciality. COSTUME CLOTHSIN STOCK. QnTTji AGENTS IN WELSHPOOL FOR CHRISTY'S CELEBRATED SILK, FELT AND STRAW HATS. PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. Whitsuntide Train Service. TO ABERYSTWYTH, BORTH, &t-. UN SATURDAY, MAY 23RD, 1896. A SPECIAL TRAIN WILL RUN AS rXDER: Dept. Dept. p.m. p.m. Leeds (,-New Stn.). 1 35 London (Euston) 1 -30 Manchester (Lon- (Paddington) 1 50 don Road 3 5 Birmingham (New Liverpool (LimeSt) 3 0 Street 3 40 Crewe 4 20 „ (Snow Hill) 4 28 Chester 4 25 W'hampton (Queen Whitchurch 5 20 Street) 4 8 .terms Bank 5 28 j „ (Low Level) 4 54 Bettisfield 5 37 Stafford 4 50 Welshampton 5 41 Shrewsbury 6 5 Ellesmere 5 50 Frankton 5 55 Welshpool 7 10 Whittington 6 3 Forden 7 20 Liverpool (Landing Montgomery 7 25 Stage 4 0 Abermule 7 35 Birkenhead (Wood- Newtown 7 46 Side) 4 15 Brecon 5 30 Chester (Gen Stn). 5 10 Builth Wells 6 35 Oswestry 6 20 Rhayader 7 4 Llynclys 6 30 Llanidloes 7 35 Llauymynech 6 35 Moat Lane 8 0 Four Crosses 6 40 Cemmes Road 8 35 Pool Quay 6 50 Machynlleth arr. 8 47 Buttington 6 57 Borth C) 30 Welshpool arr. 7 5 Aberystwytb 9 3IJ Depart Welshpool 7 10 p.m., for Newtown, Llanidloes. Machyn- lleth, Aberystwyth, a-C. -+ WHITSUNTIDE EXCURSIONS ON FRIDAY, MAY 22ND, AND SATURDAY, MAY 23R]), CHEAP 5, 5, &- 8 DAYS" EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSCED TO- Lii-erpool, Manchester. Birkenhead, Chester Warrington, Sheffield, Leeds, Batley, Dews- bury, Bradford, Huddersfield, Stockport, Matlock & Buxton also Tickets available for a Week to Merthyr, Dowlais, Swansea, Neath, Newport (Mon.), and Cardiff also WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS From Cambrian Inland Stations, to Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Machynlleth Portmadoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli; and from Cambrian Coast and Inland Stations to Builth Wells, Rhayader, and Brecon. ON SATURDAY, MAY 23RD, I CHEAP TRIP TO LONDON From all Cambrian Stations (except Welshpool, Buttington, and Forden). ON MONDAY, 31 AY 25TH, CHEAP TWO-DAYS' EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED FROM Oswestry, Fenn's Bank, and Intermediate Stations To Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds. Sheffield. Chester. &c. ALSO DAY EXCURSIONS WILL BE SI X TO Liverpool, Manchester, Warrington, Llan- dudno, Rhyl, etc., From Llanidloes, Newtown, Welshpool, Llanfyllhi, Oswestry, Fenn's Bank, and Intermediate Stations; and to Rhayader, Builth Wells. Brecon, Aberyst- wyth.. Borth, Machynlleth, Towyn, Aber- dovey, Dolgellpy, and Barmouth. On Monday, May 25th, and on every Week-day up to end of September, Cheap Day Return Tickete will be issued between all Cambrian Coast Stations. The Season Week-End Tickets from the principal Cambrian Stations, to Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester, Leicester, Derby, Stafford, Shrewsbury, Wainngton, &c., will be issued on Friday and Saturday, May 22nd and 23rd, as already advertised. For full particulars see bills, to be had at all Stations. SEE THE COMPANY'S NEW SOUVENIR ALBUM Containing 50 Superb Views of the Gems of Welsh Scenery. Price 6d. At the principal Railway Bookstalls, the Company's stations, and General Offices, &c., in May. — —— EVERY SATURDAY IN MAY, CHEAP DAY EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN TO LIVERPOOL & MANCHESTER From Llanidloes, Newtown, Montgomery, Welsh- pool, Llauymynech, Llanfyllin, Oswestry, Ellesmere, Fenn's Bank, and Intermediate Stations. Train leaves Llanidloes 6 55 a m, Newtown 7 20 a m, Montgomery 7 35 a m, Welshpool 8 0a n., Llanfyllin 7 45 a m, Oswestry 8 45 a m, Ellesmere 9 3 a m. + ——— ON EVERY THURSDAY & SATURDAY IN MAY, 1896, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED TO LIVERPOOL (Lime Street, Edge Hill, Spellow,or Walton), AND MANCHESTER (London Road), as under:— Leaving Oswestry at 11 45 a m, and Ellesmere 11 59 a m. Third-class Fare for the Double Journey, 2s. 6d. Passengers return the same day from Liverpool (Lime Street) at 11 55 pm, and Edge Hill at 12 0 midnight, and from Manchester (London Road) at 12 0 midnight. Further information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Baal- ways can be obtained on application to Mr. W. H. Gougli, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. ALFUED SLIM, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT WELSHPOOL. Agent for Messrs. Salt & Co.s', and Tru^ro Hanbury & Co.'s BURTON ALES. LONDON AND DUBLI- STOUTS, &c., &e. ALES supplied in any sized CASKS, aad delivered free. Special Qualities for Harvesting Season, from 8d. Gallon.