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-= KALES BY AUCTION. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. SEVERN .STREET, WELSHPOOL. JjfJX THOMAS MORRIS will offer for Sale by OOt, Auction at the WELLINGTON lxx, WF.LSH- Atq ()X THURSDAY, JUNE 18th, 1896, ^•1] i,'°ck in the afternoon (subject to conditions), IS substantially built dwelling-house and >1s'L Slfcuated and being No. 31, Severn Street, P°ol, in the occupation of Mr D. G. Williams. I' SnE. premises are commodious and suitable for n Slness, and are situate in an excellent posi- ^orT1" cen^re t'ie town. HBt. tller particulars apply to the Auctioneer, I 0ad Street, Welshpool, or to MR. C. PRYCE YEARSLEY, Solicitor, Welshpool. FECIAL !||P SALE OF FURNITURE AT THE II FURNITURE AT THE ^IBLY ROOMS, ABERYSTWYTH. J. E. JAMES has been favoured with in- o Auctions from Messrs. Ben Evans and Co., ^atl8ea, to Sell by Public Auction, at the 0 P^ce. WEDNESDAY, JULY STIr, 1896, fc AND FOLLOWING DAYS, J • I i ''in ril^Ure and Fitments of the Reception and ^ooms. furnished and decorated specially M of their Royal Highnesses the Prince I ^th*0688 ^a'es during their visit to Aber- | H Vv COMPRISING ) PRINCESS of WALES' RECEPTION ROOM: ^eai p 0iari8*an-tnade Louis Quinze Cabinet richly V with Watteau hand painted panels, >lai(iln0UHtin-rs' &c"> v^tfe j. ^arquetrie shaped top Louis Quinze ^e] a tire shaped 5 o'clock tea table, a 1.4, Ver Ugeful design Louis Quinze style, i^e f C^aste anc* richly carved all gilfc Louis ir^Vjg etter Suite, produced and Manufactured ^Ph' specially selected French Brocade for *t>eof tiS^er^n? work, A specimen of the highest rench Art." I S58* a." ^ilt Louis Quinze 3 fold screen with I N, • ^inSes> clear glass top pannels, under I I A tlCk embroidered French Brocade. V^uis Quinze all gilt splendidly carved I Nc mirror with shaped shelves for Brie a EL new design French Window Cabinet with sS»i cupboard fitted clear glass panels for j curios, and top part adapted as Palm ( very higli c^ass hand finished Brass Louis Fire-side Suite fitted with fire screen, «|K^^eautiful Louis, Quinze Lady's Writing^ ^puyxMarble tojp, ormolu mountings, j, i Sfc* '■bles, occasional and fancy pedestals, fcjj ^c'» ^C"' ^°° nutnereus to mention. s to Azininster bordered square Carpet and h ejy tfespond. ricl1 Silk plush Window Curtains, Fire Place Curtains, and Draperies, Of J's eg] ',ere and Drapery, &c., a choice selection Spode China, also an assortment eel Spode China, also an assortment Itll told l'e Vases, and latest productions from the iv, &eMp,°Tnec^ lloJal Worcester Porcelain Works a Brae, &c., &c. eq PPo,intments of this Reception Room are Louis Quince style and should ^themselves to probable Purchasers. (4„ISTRETIRING ROOM: fg? aud well-made Toilet Table Washstand, cpi[6t ar*d Chairs en suite. W efy c e'} and Accessories. t °^8tef??^ortable Spring-edge Lounge Settle, j*1 French Brocade. j^Ucy /,Easy and Fancy Arm Chairs. anc' general Bric-a-brac. tr^ciw6 designed Axminster Carpet with Kth>w SiluHf'3 anc* Window rugs to correspond, •jj, "lush Window Curtain?, Door Curtains, 5C>elled r, tv Mfk ream an<3 Gold Overmantel Glass ll'eside S h:lves, &c. Suite complete, &c., &c. ..tI. PRINCE OF WALES' RECEPTION ROOM: c^K^^ebo^!7"nia^e anc^ Fumigated Brown jj6(i eorj^f fitted bevelled plates and with hand- neDts complete. r)nu^Vermantel eu Suite." u ^ctogau-shaped Top Bool: or Lamp Iet 0 W • ritiug Table fitted with Drawers com- J) {; ^>lv P^airo°^S^ere^ Set tees, Large Size Lounging air UL11 Other Cliairs upholstered in rich .A ^dst. aj?s> and Utrecht Velvet. iljw verv ? s Switable for Busts, Palms, &c. ft °r' Vjtk ,atlc'some Repousse Brass Haneing A>S*K?V6l!«"-Mim, fitt6(J r:H TurvaSS Firc Side Lo" }j ^Ofri "fy Design Axminster Carpet with B°™PLet< }j.' earth and Window Rugs to corres- t)j. 'gh-c] .^eries and Dcor Curtains with Skt?°llect?o P e" FigU °f Reaiand other French Bronzes, ures, Busts, &c., too numerous to men- '^0^ Sf. 'With l0Dck ^arble Clock and Side Orna- rea^ bronze Lion Cappiugs and IIIETIRINRG ROOM: <feC- ashstand and Dressing Table with Accessories |?hlex^y Chairs. ^U(Jrj.c'QW QUr|"r (-arPets and Hugs to correspond. ^oli-°each. 1DS' ^oor Curtains, and Draperies Sir 2.50O, e°M' ic- R°NRR PL ■ hat railllfift-PiUshed li??ht coloiu't''080 ca!!e ^C^^nwood under chair ed Venei lilt 1>olisllcd Wa,nilt Colour. Sale to Commence at 3 p.m. Terms. n tV^6A Credit on conditions. of thTrStv,feSPectfu,1y begs to draw • ^itmentR t0 sa'e as the Furni- C ^itnnity SUch as rar(\ the very best class, an %tlatlts of V Jare1/ °ffers is given to the Aberystwyth and the Western WILLIAMS & KIDNER, ^TAL SURGEONS, OSWESTRY. K T8l8Hp(5)TAT 22> SEVERN STRBET, LANFATft £ Ver-v Monday. Hours t2 to First Friday in each Month. I SALES BY AUCTION. -I 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 CATTLK. T. WHITFIELD, JUN.—FAT CATTLE. G. WHIT FIELD—SHEKR ANI) CALVES. E. WHITFIELD-PIGS AND STORE CATTLE. Sales commencing at 10 30 Settlements as soon as the Stock is Sold. OFFICES :— Willow House, Oswestry. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE NANTYMEICHIAID ESTATE, IN THE Parishes of LLANFYLLIN and ilEIFOD, WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY AUCTION AT LLANFYLLIN, BY MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS, IN THE MONTH OF JULY. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE LATE H. B. W. WILLIAMS-WYNN, ESQ, (DECEASED). Full particulars in due course. NEXT WEEK. 1,000 HORSES. FRANK LLOYD'S NORTH WALES PRIZE -E HORSE SALES AT WREXHAM. TUESDAY NEXT, June 9th-200 High-class Horses and Hnnters, including principally 15.2 and over. WEDNESDAY, 10th—360 Harness Horses and Hacks, 14.3 to 15.2. Many Prize Winners. THURSDAY, llth-425 Harness Cobs, Hacks and Ponies, a grand selection. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, June 17th and 18th- 500 Heavy Horses and Colts. All Horses guaranteed. Two days' trial. Parade and Judging 10.30. Sales 12.15. Ca|alogues 3d., fron: FRANK [,LOYD, -Wrexhara. WELSHPQOL HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. TENDERS are requested on or before JUNE 10th for the privilege of having a LUNCHEON and TEA TENTS at this Fete on August 6th. Further particulars can be obtained from J. LAMBERT, Assistant Secretary. ABERYSTWYTH CYCLING CLUB ATHLETIC SPORTS. TO BE HELD AUGUST 4TH, 1896. TENDERS are invited for the Supply of PRIZES, REFRESHMENTS, BAND COM- MITTEE TENT, and FIREWORKS. Tenders to be in by JUNE 20TH, addressed to H. E. Wheatley, Hon. Sec., 42, ferrace Road, Aberystwyth. VISIT OF THE BRITISH DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION TO WELSHPOOL. CONFERENCE IN THE TOWN HALL, WELSHPOOL, ON TUESDAY, JUNE 9TH, AT 10.15 A.M., Under the Presidency of the RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF POWIS. PAPER BY MR, W. FORRESTER ADDIE, ON "TIIE DAIRY FARMING OF I.; NTGOMERY- SH IRE, WITH SUGGESTIONS F 0 R I T S I il PRO Y E M E N T, To be followed by Discussion. All interested in Agriculture are invited to attend. BUTTIN GTOM• ANNIVERSARY OF COURT VT SCO-LINT CLIVE." A AT THE GREEN DRAGON IXN, Tll UIISDAY, JUNE 11TH, 1896, Chairman, CHAS. E. IIOWELL, ESQ. 8~ PORTS. No Entrance Fees.- All Free except Nos. 7 and 8. 1.—120 Yards. Juvenile Members 2.—120 Boys 3.—120 Open Handicap 4.—120 Members 5.—Quarter Mile Handicap 6.—Half-mile or Mile Handicap Prizes for 3, 4, 5, and 6: 1st, 4s.; 2nd, 2s. 6d.: 3rd, Is. 7.—Bicycle, Ball, and Bucket Race. 1st Prize value 10s.; 2nd, value 5s. Entrance Is. 8.—Quoting Match. Entries to be sent to Mr. Pngh, Pool Quay, or Mr. Gwynne, Welshpool, not later than 8 p.m., on June 10th. BUTTING TON. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD AT T R E W E R N ON THURSDAY, JUNE 8Tn, Service at 2 45 p.m. ADDRESS BY REV. W. L. HARRISON, Vicar of Middletown. BAND FROM 4 TO 9 30. SPORTS, ETC. Tickets for Tea and Admission to Field Is. each. MIDDLETOWN. THE ANNUAL PIC-NIC WILL TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY, JULY 2ND. P UBLIC N0 TICKS. "Y GWIR YN /I\ ERBYN Y BYD." "L ALON WRTH GALON." j A LADDO A LEDDIR. DAN NAWDD DCW A'L DANGNEF." POWIS HALL, OSWESTRY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JUNE 11 AND 12, 1896. EISTEDDFOD DALAETHOL POWIS. PESIDENTS THE MAYOR OF OSWESTRY (C. E. Williams, Esq.), LORD KENYON, STANLEY LEIGHTOX, Esq., M.P., PRINCIPAL RHYS, M.A., LL.D., Oxford. GRAND CHORAL COMPETITIONS. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION Wrexham Orpheus Choral Society, Blaenau Festiniog Choral Union, Welshpool Choral Union, Myliin Choir, Builth Choral Society, Shrewsbury Choral Society, Oswestry Philharmonic Society. YILLAGE CHOIR COMPETITION—Cor Undebol Bwlchgwyn, West Felton Choral Society, Tre- fonen Yillage Choir, Llansantffraid Choral Society, Cel'n Tonic Sol-fa, Bechan Valley United Choir, Penybontfawr Choir, Weston Rhyn and Bronygarth. MALE VOICE COMPETITION—Excelsior (Brym- bo), Myllin Male Voice Party, The MoelwynMale Voice Party, Broughton Party, Chirk Green Male Voice Party. Quartets, Duets, Solos, Violin, Pianoforte, &c. Poetry, Essays, Painting, Carving, &c. BRASS BAND CONTEST. CHAIRING OF THE BARD. GORSEDD Each Morning at 9 a.m. Procession of Mayor and Corporation in State from Guildhall at 9 o'clock prompt. MUSICAL ADJUDICATORS PROFESSOR BRIDGE, MUS. Doc. Oxon., and DAVID JENKINS, Mus. Bac. Cantab. EISTEDDFOD CONDUCTORS CADVAN AND PENFRO. FIRST MEETING, 10 a.m. THURSDAY. President- THE MAYOR OF OSWEST-RY. Children's Choir Competition and Brass Band Competition. &0., &c. SECOND MEETING, 2 p.m. THURSDAY. President- PRINCIPAL RIl YS, M.A., LL.D., OXFORD. Chairing the Bard and Village Choir Competitions, &c., &c. GRAND CONCERTS THURSDAY, JUNE 11TH. "THE GOLDEN LEGEND" (Sir Arthur Sullivan), FIRST PERFORMANCE OF DR. C. T. REYNOLD'S "THE CHILDHOOD OF SAMUEL." ARTISTES Madame MEDORA HENSON, Miss HANNAH JONES, R.A.M., Mr DYFED LEWIS, R.A.M., Mr DAVID HUGHES, R.A.M. EISTEDDFOD HARPIST Miss JENNY PARRY (TSLYNORES LLEIFIAD). FULL BAND AND CHORUS 250. Conductor: DR. C. T. REYNOLDS. Doors open at 6-45 p.m. Concert at 7-30 p.m. FIRST MEETING, 10 a.m. FRIDAY. President- STANLEY LEIGHTON, ESQ., M.P. Male Voice Competition. Quartet Competition. SECOND MEETING, 2-30 p.m. FRIDAY. President: LORD KENYON. Chief Choral Competition. FRIDAY, JUNE 12TII. GRAND EVENING MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT, In which the above Artistes, the Winning Choirs, &c., will take part. Doors open at 6-45 p.m. Concert at 7-30 p.m. THE ART LOAN EXHIBITION VICTORIA ROOJIS, OSWESTRY, ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, & FRIDAY, JUNE 10TH, 11TH, 12th, Open from 10 a.m., to 10 p.m. Admission Wednesday, Is.; Thursday, 6d. Friday, 6d. After Six each day Half-price. Children Half-price on Opening Day only. The Exhibition will consist of a unique collection of Pictures, Portraits of local Celebrities of the Welsh Marches, Miniatures, Wood Carving, Wrought Iron, Embroidery, Arms and Armour, Silver and Plate, China, &c. JOHN RHYS. ESQ., M.A., LL.D., Principal of Jesus College, Oxon, will open the Exhibition at Three o clock on Wednesday. Immediately afterwards the Adjudication on the Competitive Works in the Art Section will take place. The whole of these Works will be on View. Large, Valuable, and interesting Collections to the Loan Exhibition are contributed by Lord Kenyon, Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bart., Sir Robert Cun- liffe, the Yen. Archdeacon Thomas, the Rev. T. M. Bulkeley Owen, Mr. R. LI. Kenyon, rr. Arthur Mostyn Owen, Mr. Brownlow R. C. Tower, the Rev. W. C. E. Kynaston, and many other gentlemen. Also by the Exhibition Committee: The Hon. G. Ormsby Gore, Mr. Stanley Leighton, M.P., Mr. G. Dumville Lees, the Rev. Rossendale Lloyd, Mr J. Parry Jones. FRANK H. SHAYLER, Hon. Sec. Arts Department and Loan ———— Exhibition. The Cambrian Railways Company will issue Cheap Excursion Tickets from all their stations on both days. For particulars see Handbills issued by the Company, to be obtained at all stations, or from Mr W. H. (TOUGH, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. ———— PRICES OF ADMISSION. EISTEDDFOD MEETINGS.—Reserved Seats, num- bered (limited), 4s. Two meetings, 6s. Unreserved Seats, 2s. 6d.; Two meetings, 4s. Front Gallery, 2s.; Second Seats, Is. GOLDEN LEGEND CONCERT.—Reserved Seats, numbered, 5s.; First, unreserved, 2s. 6d.; Front Gallery, 2s.; Second, Is. MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT.-Reserved Seats, num- bered, 3s.; First, unreserved, 2s.; Front Gallery, Is. 6d.; Second, Is. ———— Plan of the Hall, and Tickets, at Messrs. WOODALL, MINSHALL I Co., The Cross, Oswestry, from whom also Programmes, which will be ready on Saturday, may be obtained. Price, 3d.; per Post, 4d. For further particulars see Programmes, which may be had from JOHN HUGHES, Hon WILLIAM MORRIS, > gecs REV. RICH. JONES, ) Oswestry, June, 1896. PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE TO EISTEDDFOD I CHOIRS. LADIES' DRESS (BLACK, WHITE, OR CREAM). SOPRANO, BLFC BADGE. CONTRALTO, RED BADGE. GENTLEMEN, EVENING DRESS. JOHN HUGHES, l Hon. WILLIAM MORRIS, Sees. LLANFYLLIN DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. PRESIDENT E. A. BONNOR-MAURICE, ESQ., BODYNFOEL. VICE-PRESIDENT MR. R. ROBEltTS, BOBYNFOEL. THE SHOW WILL BE HELD CN BODFACH PARK, ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 11TH, 1896. OPEN CLASSES FOR DOGS, LEAPING AND TURNOUTS. Prize Lists may be had on application to EVAN WATKINS, Secretary. LLANSANTFFRAID CHURCH. SERVICES AND SERMONS JUNE 9TH, 3 and 7 p.m., WITH ORGAN RECITALS By MR. TIMS. SOLOS WILL BE SUNG BY MRS. ROGER EDWARDS AND MISS LORD, MESSRS. J. O. ROBERTS & J. BRYAN. Silver Collections in aid of School Improvement Fund. CHURCHSTOKE. FRIEND-IN-NEED" LODGE, I.O.O.F (M.U.) THE TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10TH, 1896. PUBLIC DINNER AT TWO O'CLOCK. DANCING at Four o'clock. The Celebrated NEWTOWN BAND has been engaged. Admission to Dancing Ground, is. GEO. MOUNTFORD, Secretary. CHIRBURY. ANNIVERSARY OF COURT "HON. HERBERT," A.O.F. WEDNESDAY, JtjjfE 24TH. ATHL ETIC £ PORTS And 'other Attractions. PRIZES VALUE zCl5 ARE OFFERED FOR COMPETITION. The following Events are Open to all One Mile Flat Race, Prizes £ 1 5s. Half-mile Steeplechase, Prizes £ 1 5s. Potato Race, Prizes 10s. Sack Race, Prize Es. Wheelbarrow Race, Prize 5s. Tug of War, Prizes £ 1 13s. football Contest (six aside), Prizes, Medals value £ 2 28., and Football. Quoitmg Match (Singles), Prizes 15S Ouoitino- Match (Doubles), PrLs/^s. 6d. BoSling^om^. tition (Single), Prizes 15s. Also, confined to a seven miles radius ,120 Yards Flat Race, Prizes 15s. 6d. 440 Yards Obstacle Race Prizes 15s. Also, Races for Mem. bers of Court Herbert and Residents of Chirbury. Admission to Field Is. Children, 6d. For further particulars of Races and Entries, apply to E. W. Tudor, Secretary of Sports Com- mittee, Chirbury. Luncheon Tickets, including Admission to the Field, 2s. 6d. Dancing on the field free and in Tent at night from 10 p.m. to 4 o'clock. Admission Is. The Newtown Band is Engaged. PRELIMINARY NOTice MACHYNLLETH NINTH ANNUAL SHOW OF HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, ETC Will be held in the beautiful grounds of Plas Mach- ynlleth, by the kind permission of the Marchioness (D) of Londonderry, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RP, 1896. NEW ATTRACTIONS. Full particulars upon application to Mr T. Lloyd, Secretary, Pentrehedyn Street, Machynlleth.- -n_ VISIT OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO ABERYSTWYTH. PTpiII-i RECEPTION COMMITTEE appeal' earn- JL 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, and a list of Subscribers will be inserted in the Newspapers. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TOWARDS EXPENSES. £ s d Amount previously acknowledged .1157 0 6 G. Croydon Marks, Esq, London 10 10 0 Aberystwyth Improvement Co. 10 10 0 The London & Provincial Bank, Ltd. per E. Jones Williams, Esq. 10 10 0 John Watkins, Esq, North Parade 10 0 0 R. J. R. Loxdale, Esq, Castle Hill 5 0 0 J. R. Bennetts, Esq, London 3 5 0 C. B. Bennett, Esq., London (late of Lisburne Mines) 3 3 0 Prof. E. Anwyl, M.A., U.C.W. 3 0 0 John Kitto, Esq, Blodwen 2 2 0 Colonel Fryer 2 20 Miss Fryer. 2 2 0 Prof Hugh Williams, Bala 1 ] 0 S. H. Jones Parry, Esq. 1 1 0 Thomas Gee, Esq., Denbigh 1 1 0 W. Lile Stone, Esq., Aberystwyth 110 Miss Marsh, Eastbourne. 1 1 0 Mrs E. James, 2, South 31ariue terrace 110 Robert Roberts, Esq., Blaenau Festiniog 10 0 Morgan Jones, Esq., Boncath 10 0 Miss S. G. Parry, Marine Terrace 1 0 0 Miss S. G. Parry, Aberystwyth. 1 0 0 Dr R. T. Jones, Harlech 0 10 6 R. Wynne Williams, Esq., Dolgelley 0 10 6 John Hugh Jones, Esq., Aberayron 0 10 6 Dr Phillips, Caxdigan 0 10 6 A. J. HUGHES, I g MORTIMER GREEN, tloN.&ECS. I Reception Committee Room, Aberystwyth, June 5, 1896. HOTELS. WATERLOO HOTEL. ABERYSTWYTH.—This First-class Family and Commercial PRIVATE V V 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 A. MORRIS, PROPRIETRESSES. ABERYSTWYTH.—PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, Famiiy and It Commercial. This Hotel is entirely under New Management. STABLING AND POSTING. PROPRIETOR I. 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 1 three years and hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of their support. THE BULL HOTEL, WELSHPOOL. GRAND COFFEE, COMMERCIAL, SMOKING AND BILLIARD ROOMS. SUITES OF APARTMENTS. HOTEL OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. AN ORDINARY DAILY AT 1 P.M. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS" BULL, WELSHPOOL." MISS JENKINS, MANAGERESS, THE CROWN BREWERY. Ao D. DAWSON, BREWER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT NEWTOWN, MOMifõ1fE:Ryg-Iff:è" < 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. 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. Newtown, August 19th, 1895. through the Camp as the best Beer, not onlv in To T E. Skidmore. Camp, but in Blackpool as well.—Yours truly, My Dear Sir,—You may, I think, be glad to know (^OEEA)> J- HYSI.OP. that the Beer you supplied to Camp was of excel- To A. D. Dawson, Esq., Newtown. lent quality, in fact the best of the sis 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. (Signed), EDWIN J. PIPER, Captain, Newtown, August 26th, 1895. Brigade Transport and Supply Officer. Dear Sir, I am pleased to inform you that the catering of fr: T. J. Bratton, and the qualu j of the goods supplied by you for the above Fete <^ave [EXTRACT IROM LETTER.] general satisfaction.—Yocrs 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. —VMP E.-N»^CAT3AACAB4M TTW RTRGAGAGGASTAP 1 |R RRG. FRESH SALMON FROM THE TEIFY, WYE, AND OTHER RIVERS DAILY. DEALER IN W E N II All LAKE J C E RICHARD SAYCELL, MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SEA FISHERIES PROTECTION SOCIETY GREAT DARKGATE STREET, NORTH PARADE AND TERRACE ROAD,' ABERYSTWYTH. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY DESPATCHED.. ESTABLISHED 18:39. -Flu JOSEPH DA VIES AND SON, TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, 11, BROAD SrJEErr, WELSHPOOL, Are now showing the Newest Materials for Spring and Snramei wear in GENTLEMEN'S SUITINGS, COVERT COATS, &c., and an excellent selection of OUTFITTING. LADIES COSTUMES AND JACKETS In the Latest Styles a Speciality. COSTUME CLOTHS IN STOCK. SOLE AGENTS IN WELSHPOOL FOR CHRISTY'S CELEBRATED SILK, FELT AND STRAW HATS. PUBLIC NOTICES. CA M BRIAN RAILWAYS. CARDIFF FIXE ART, INDUSTRIAL, AND MARITIME EXHIBITION. ON WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10TH, 1396. A CHEAP DAY TRIP Will be run to CARDIFF, AS UNDER:— From Newtown at 4.0 a.m., 31 oat Lane 4.10, Llandinam 4.15, Dolwen 4.20, Llanidloes 4.30, Tylwch 4.40. l'antydwr 4.50; Third Class Fares there and back 4s. 6d. Rhayader 5.10, Doldowlod 5.25, Newbridge-on-Wye 5.55; fare 4s. Builth Road 4.45, Buiith Wells 6.0, Aberedw 6.10, Erwood 6.15; fare 5s. 6d. Boughrood 6.25, Three Cocks 6.35. Talgarth 6.45, Trefeinon 6.50; fare 3s. 3d. Children under three years of age free above three and under twelve half-price. Passengers return on date of issue of ticket from Cardiff (Rhymney Railway Station) at 6.45 p.m. Tickets of admission to the Cardiff Exhibition will be on sale at the above-named Stations at the following prices :—Adults, 9d each children under twelve years üï age, 6d. each. ON MONDAY, JUNE 8TH, A CHEAP DAY EXCURSION WILL BE RUN TO MACHYNLLETH, ABEPDOVEY, BORTH, TOWYS, DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH. &- ABERYSTWYTH, AS UNDER. — Machyn- Aberyst- Borth, FROM LLETH for or Aberd'vy Oorris Barmouth Towyn.i Railway.. Dolgelley a.m. s. d. s. d. s. d. Oswestry t 20~1 Llynclys 7 30 Llanymynech 7 35 Four Crosses 7 40 29 3 0 3 0 Pool Quay 7 45 Buttiugton 7 50 Welsh pool 8 5J c Forden. 8 151 < Montgomery 8 20 Abermule 8 25 Newtown 3 35 Llanidloes S 15 2 6 2 9 2 9# Dolwen 8 25 Llandinam 8 30 j Moat Lane 8 40J Caersws 8 54") Pontdolgoch 8 59 V 2 6 2 b* Carno 9 10 3 Llanbrynmair. 9 20 Cemmaes Road. 9 30 J <- 0 2 0* K5J O H H H (O >> Machynlleth 9 50 1 6 J" c jS Bb1gefl% as 3s. Children under three years of age free, above three and under 12 half-price. Passengers return on of Issue of Ticket, as under :—From Barmouth at 5 25 p.m., Dollley 5 10, Towyn 6 4, Aberdovey 6 13, Aberystwyth 6 30 Borth 6 45, and Machynlleth 7 20 p.m. SEE THE COMPAXY-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, aud General Offices, &c., in May. EVERY SATURDAY IN JUNE, CHEAP DAY EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN TO LIVERPOOL & MANCHESTER Llamdloe,s> Newtown, Montgomery, Welsh- p o anymynech, Llanfyllin Oswestry, Ellesmere, Fenn s Bank, and Intermediate Stations. Train leaves Llanidloes 6 55 a m. Xewtown 7 20 -Nlon tgomery 7 35 am, Welshpool 8 0 am, Llanfyllin 7 45 a m, Oswestrv 8 45 a m, Ellestfiere 9 o a m. ON EVERY THURSDAY & SATURDAY IN JUNE. 1896. HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED TO LIVERPOOL (Lane Street, Edge Hill, Spellow.or Walton), AND MANCHESTER (London Road), as uilder Leaving Oswestry at 11 45 a m, and Ellesmere at 11 09 a L'i. 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 Rail- ways can be obtained on application to Mr. W. H Gough Superintendent of the Line, Oswestrv. C. S. DENXJSS, General Manaerer. MONTGOMERYSHIRE CARRIAGE WORKS, SALOP ROAD, WELSHPOOL, AND OSWALD ROAD, OSWESTRY, ESTABLISHED 1837. I G. ROGERS & SON. AWARDS TWO First Prize and Three Silver Medals for Superior Work AND Finish. ASSORTMENT OF CARRIAGES OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE ALWAYS IN STOCK. REPAIRS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. ESTIMATES FREE. 0 AIIFIIED SLIM, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT WELSHPOOL. Agent for Messrs. Salt & Co s' and Trueraar, Hanbury & Co. s BURTON ALES. LONDON AND DUBLIN STOUTS Ac &c. ALES supplied in any sized CASKS, and delivered free. Special Qualities for Harvesting Season, from 8d. Gallon. f