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SA LL,'S'B Y AUCTION. SPECIAL t SALE OF FURNITURE AT THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, ABERYSTWYTH. M?t J. E. JAMES has been favoured with in- j*r*- structions from Messrs. Ben Evans and Co., ak to Sell by Public Auction, at the °°ve place. O WEDNESDAY, JULY 8TH, 1896, AND FOLLOWING DA YS, furniture and Fitments of the Reception and f0f JflnS iooms. furnished and decorated specially a&d p6 use of their Royal Highnesses the Prince v„4 "rincess 01 Waits during their visit to Aber- W. COMPRISING PRINCESS of WALES' RECEPTION ROOM: LReal Parisian-made Louis Quinze Cabinet richly Orraelu with Watteall hand painted panels, mountings, ic., Cent marquetrie shaped top Louis Quinze table, a 2 tire shaped 5 o'clock tea table, a and useful design Louis Quinze style. QtI. Very chaste and richly .carved all gilt Louis ijj j, Letter Suite, produced and Manufactured tjjearis) with specially selected French Brocade for ty e tl.pholsteriug work, A specimen of the highest pe of French Art." *8y ^ran<^ ^i't Louis Quinze 3 fold screen with clear glass top pannels, under *s rich embroidered French Brocade. Louis Quinze all gilt splendidly carved mirror with shaped shelves for Brie a lo^0' a new design French YViudow Cabinet with cupboard fitted clear glass panels for Sta curios, and top part adapted as Palm <W'a very high class hand finished Brass Louis Ze Fire-side Suite fitted with fire screen, Tabi a. beautiful Louis Quinze Lady's Writirg &c e, With onyx Marble top, ormolu mountings, C c Tables, occasional and fancy pedestals, tn Stand, &c., &c., too numereus to mention. ft,, r'c-1 Axminster bordered square Carpet and gs to correspond. ery rich Silk plush Window Curtains, J) ra orie's, Fire Place Curtains, and Draperies, otor Portiere and Drapery, &c., a choice selection Of o Ce^brated Spode China, also an assortment "haste Vases, and latest productions from the ,orld renowned Royal Worcester Porcelain Works klld general Brie a Brae, &c., &c. The appointments of this Reception Room are Juried out in the Louis Quinze style and should Commend themseives to probable Purchasers. RE RETIRING- R0034. d:e. et Set and Accessories. Wety comfortable Spring-edge Lounge Settle, 5°Wered in French Brocade. j^ging Easy and Fancy Arm Chairs. auCy Tables and general Br c-a-brac. D. andsome designed Axminster Carpet with rd ger complete. ltarth Rugs and Window rugs to correspond. 4C lch Silk Plush Window Curtains, Door Curtains, E Sttejail3.e"e(i Cream and Gold Overmantel Glass ji- ^ith Shelves, &c. reside Suite complete, &c., &c. Il.R.H. PRINCE OF WALES' RECEPTION ROOM: ?P'er>didly-made and Noble Fumigated Brown 'Aboard, fitted bevelled plates and with hand- lied enrichments complete. ndsome Overmantel en Suite." to, ro"Ill Oak Octogan-shaped Top Book or Lamp e. pletitto Writing Table fitted with Drawers com- e. Upholstered Settees, Large Size Lounging "irs and other Chairs upholstered in rich Saddlebags, and Utrecht Velvet. 1> a. Pedstals Suitable for Busts, Palms, &c. Very handsome Repousse Brass Hanging J> r> with bevelled Mirror. 1> (Jusse Brass Fire Side Log Box. fitteJIBh Turkey Design Axminster Carpet with lie(I border Complete. ^°Ud 0Tne Hearth and Window Rugs to corres- Ii: ))ra:class Silk Window and Door Curtains with „ A J!,°S complete. ctl°n of Real and other French Bronzes, tion figures, Busts, &c., too numerous to men- 4 S ^eot^ecial French Marble Clock and Side Orna- }lo\J.' WIth real Bronze Lion Cappings and llngs. Co RETIRING ROOM: ^nation Washstand and Dressing Table with I LI at. Set and Accessories. \J.nge E C ()Utlgeai, r s. \y- Carpets and Rugs to correspond. <■ °W Curtains, Door Curtaius, and Draperies ^oldt)0eaeh- nS Screens, etc., &c. 2,500 St ALS0 li!eat ,rang Chairs polished light colour close cane and hat rail fitted under chair ()0 Bent enfcwood Chairs Polished Walnut Colour, ated Veneer Seat. Sale to Commence at 3 p.m. Ter-s:-Credit on conditions. The atte Dj.olleer most respectfully begs to draw 6 and 1? °f tbe public to the sale as the Fnrni- ?PportUn- lttnents are the very best class, an r?^a.bit; such as rarely offers is given to the ^oontieg^8 °f Aberystwyth and the Western ROYAL VISIT TO MACHYNLLETH. THRAL OF THE ROYAL PARTY, URSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1896. p ];{aj|L°^a^ '1j"ocessi;n will proceed from tlie P'ace jj. ^ay Station to the Clock Tower, at which t?. ^ddre„ Highness will he presented with ghness S ^own Authorities, and His Royal 5?p'y hanl'l'l"!1"' from his usual custom of rj,^ecnt;jVe 1Jis rejily to the Chairman of the teL-8 "Will i ^ttee, and personally respond, j ^ich Hia1}?3^ Pr°bability be the only occasion on ^ritiw t • °yal Highness will speak out of doors 6Tv the rtay in Wales- WINDOW SLATS to fi9,11 be had ereniony and hear all that transpires, 0llderrv tr l1P°n upplication to JOHN LEWIS, Lon- ry House, Machynlleth. BESTPOSITIO-N IN TOWN. FESTIVAL WiTTT THIS YEAR AGAIN ^ATE TH ENLARGED PROGRAMME. WILL BE PUBLISHED NEXT WEEK. W. PKOUDFOOT, ") E O. S. BOWEN, J SECE" SALES B Y A UCTION, 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. WHITFIELD—SHEEP AND CALVES. E. vVHITFIELD-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 MEIFOD, WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE BY AUCTION AT LLANFYLLIN, BY MESSRS. R. GTLLART & 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. MONTGOMERYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. WELSHPOOL SHOW, THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1896. 47;j¡¡¡¡.O¡"Í'. PRIZE LIST NOW READY, And may be obtained on application to ROBERT RICHARDS, SEDRETARY, GREEN HALL, LLANFYLLIN. CHIRBURY. ANNIVERSARY OF COURT "HON. HERBERT," A.O.F. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24TTI. ATHL ETIC SPORTS And other Attractions. PRIZES VALUE zCl5 ARE OFFERED FOR COMPETITION. The following Events are Open to all One Mile Flat Race, Prizes JEI 5s. Half-mile Steeplechase, Prizes £1 5s. Potato Race, Prizes 10s. Sack Race, Prize 5s. Wheelbarrow Race, Prize 5s. Tug of War, Prizes JE1 13s. Football Contest (six aside), Prizes, Medals value £2 2s., and Football. Quoiting Match (Singles), Prizes 15s. Quoiting Match (Doubles), Prizes, 17s. 6d. Bowling Compe- 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 r es 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. POOL QUAY CHURCH. ORGAN RECITAL BY MR. R. VINEN STANLEY, OF ST. JOHN'S CnuncH, BARMOUTH, Assisted by Miss BEATRICE PAL LISTER, DONCASTEK, At 4 p.m., ON WEDNESDAY, JTLY 1ST. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MACHYNLLETH NINTH ANNUAL SHOW OF HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, ETC Will be held in the beautiful grounds of Plas Mach- ynlletb, by the kind permission of the Marchioness (D) of Londonderry, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD, 1896. NEW ATTRACTIONS. Full particulars upon application to Mr. T. Lloyd, Secretary, Pentrehedjn Street, Machynlleth. Hon. Sec., Mr. Rn. GILLART. PENYBONTFAWR. THE GRAND BAZAAR and SALE of WORK, in aid of the School Fund, will be opened at the National Schoolroom on MOXVAY, In,y 6th, at 2.30, by the DOWAGER LADY WILLIAMS- WYNN; and on TUESDAY, JULY 7th, at 2.30, by Mrs. MARSHALL DUGDALE. The Lord Bishop of St. Asaph and Mrs. Edwards will also be present. There will be Vocal and Instrumental Music on both days, together with Harpist and a Magic Lantern Entertainment on Tuesday evening. Further Donations or Articles for the Stalls will be thankfully received by Rev. D. James and Mrs. James, The Vicarage, Penybontfawr, Oswestry. PUBLIC NOTICES. INSTALLATION MARQUEE, ABERYSTWYTH. IN CONNECTION WITH H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES' VISIT, A GRAND EVENING CONCERT Will be held in the above Marquee ON FRIDAY, JUNE 26TH, 1896, Commencing at 7 p.m. PRESIDENT LORD RENDEL. THE TREORKY MALE VOICE CHOIR, Conductor Mr. WILLIAM THOMAS; BAND OF HARPS, Conductor Mr. BARKER*; THE MID-WALES UNITED CHOIR Numbering 320 Voices. Conductor: Mr. DAVID JENKINS, Mus. Bac;, Cantab. Accompanist Mrs. A. J. HUGHES. TICKETS—Reserved Seats 4s.. Second Scats 2s 6d, Third Seats Is. Tickets may be obtained of the Misses Jenkins, Stationers, North Parade Messrs. H. E. Wheatlev, Terrace Road Ed. Edwards, Stationer, Great Darkgate Street; R. Ellis, Chemist, Terrace Road; Members of the Choirs, and the Secretaries, and on the day of the Cancert at the Ticket office at the Marquee. Plan of the Marquee may be seen at Mr. H. E. Wheatley's Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, where Seats may be booked. ROYAL VISIT TO MACHYNLLETH. ARRIVAL OF THE ROYAL PARTY, THURSDAY, EVENING, JUNE 25TH, 1896. A GRAND STAND Capable of Seating 500 Persons will be erected immediately I.. FACING THE RAILWAY STATION, M^PInieii wi&'couimanct a blo^anci tyttiuteriTipteu view of the arrival of the Royal Party and the whole of the proceedings at the Station. Tickets for Thursday, 5s. Each. Friday and Saturday, Is. each view. TICKETS CAN BE HAD ON THE SPOT. THE ROYAL VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH. TO EXCURSIONISTS AND OTHERS. REFRESHMENTS At a small charge will be provided in THE PAREEZER HALL, PORTLAND STREET, Close to the Marquee where the Installation Ceremony will take place. W ACCOMMODATION FOR 300 AT ONE SITTING. OPEN DURING THE WEEK. T. ROBERTS, MANAGER. VISIT OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO p ABERYSTWYTH. Messrs. BELHAM AND Co., OF LONDON, WILL ERECT A COVERED GRAND STAND IN LAURA PLACE, And immediately opposite the Entrance to the College, to view THE ROYAL PROCESSION. Plans of Seats, Prices, &c. (5s. to X2 2s.) can be seen, and Tickets obtained of BELHAM AND Co., 37, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, and W. K. WHEATLEY AND SONS, MUSIC WAREHOUSE, 42, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, Or Plans and Prices sent ou receipt of Stamped Envelope. 1- INSTALLATION OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES AS CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF WALES, AT ABERYSTWYTH, JUNE 26TH, 1896. IN compliance with a Resolution of the Town Council, the Mayor begs to request that as far as may be FRIDAY, THE 26TH JUNE INST., Shall in the Borough be observed as A GENERAL HOLIDAY. A. J. HUGHES, Aberystwyth, Town Clerk. June 15th, 1896. PUBLIC NOTICES. VISIT OF II.R.H. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO ABERYSTWYTH. THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE appeal earn- JL estly for subscriptions rewards the General Fund now being raised to dejjgpy the cost of giving a hearty welcome to the S^al 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 hctfgratefully 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 .1289 7 0 The rtight Hon. Lord Tredegac 20-0 0 Evan Edwards, Esq., The Laurels 10 10 0 The Right Hon. Lord Dyuevoxr 10 0 0 Sir G. Osborne Morgan, M.P 5 5 0 T. W. Harries, Esq., Master of the Drapers' Company 5 5 0 D. C. Keeling, Esq., Blundellsands 5 5 0 Sir J. T. D. Llewelyn, Bart., Peidlergare 5 5 0 J. Marshall Duguale, Esq., Llanfyllin 5 5 0 Owen Owen, Esq., Grove End Road, London 5 5 0 John Matthias, Esq., Bridge stretf — 3 3 0 P. P. Pryse, Esq., Lodge Parkf Glan- dovey 3 0 0 George Rowley, Esq., Terrace road 2 2 0 Mrs Rea, Terrace road 2 2 0 Professor E. Edwards, U.C.W. 2 2 0 H. Buckeley Price, Esq., Menai Bridge. 2 2 0 Thomas Gee, Esq., Liverpool 2 2 0 Messrs Owens and Sons, Paris House 2 2 0 George White, Esq., St David's road 2 2 0 Rev John Williams, 2/, Bridge street 2 2 0 Messrs Rylands uc Son, Manchester, per D. Howells, Great Darkgate street 2 2 0 Rev John Morgan, Pwllheli 2 0 0 T. Parry, Esq., U.C.W. 2 0 0 Prof A. W. Hughes, Cardiff 2 0 Miss S. Jones, Marine terrace 2 0 Dr C. R. Herford, Hillside. 1 1 0 Dr Hughes, Llanilar 1 10 T. A. Sarjeant, Esq., Railway terrace 1 1 0 W. J. Watkins, Esq., Cartrefie 1 1 0 T. W. Powell, Esq., Y Crynfryn 110 Dr Snape, Caradoc road. 1 1 0 P. P. Penuant, Esq., N an tllys, St. Asaph 1 1 0 Dr J. Powell, Newcastle Etiilyn 110 Miss J. Roberts, 20, Marine terrace 1 1 0 Miss Morgan, 45, Marino terrace 1 1 0 Dr Bonsall, Queen's road 1 1 0 T. E. Morgan, Esq., Baker street 110 David Thomas, Esq., Llanbadarnroad. 110 Rev E. Penllyn Jones, U.C.W. 1 1 0 Miss Anna Rowlands, U.C.W. 110 Richard Morgan, Esq., 30, Great Dark- gate street 't. 1 1 0 Barnett Pareezer, Esq., Bjjj Crest 110 D. Richards, Esq., HeartO^k'House 110 EwaLV Evans, Esq., 110 Dr Borsdorf, Y)r. J., 10 B. Ellis Morgan, Esq., Marine terrace I' 1 0 Daniel Jones, Esq., solicitor 1 i q E. R. Gyde, bisq., Piei' street 110 Mrs Davies, 20, North parade 0 R. Bickerstaff, Esq., Great Darkgate street 110 Thomas Hugh Jones, Esq., Laura place 1 1 0 boi 1. Lloyd, Llysaerou t 1 1 0 1 Per Thos. Griffiths, Esq., Great Dark- gate street— D. Williams, Esq., 75, Richmond road, Cardiff 110 Messrs Huntley and PalIler, Reading 1 1 0 The Liverpool North Shore Flour Co. 1 1 0 Per David Howell, Esq., Great Darkgate street— 9 Messrs Watts and Co., Manchester 110 Messrs Dean, Allcroft & Co., 97 Wood street, E.G. 110 Per E. P. Wynne, Esq., Pier street Messrs Evans, Son, & Co., Liverpool. 3 3 0 Messrs Hearon, Squire, and Francis London 2 2 0 Messrs Schwepps and Co., Limited Bristol 110 Messrs S. Maw, Son, and Thompson London 0 10 6 Messrs Barron, Harvey and Ó; London 0 10 6 W. J. Johnston, Esq., U.C.W. 1 1 0 Nicholas Bray, Esq., Goginan 110 Ivor James, Esq., Newport, Hon. 110 Miss M. A. Nicklin, Portland street 110 Rev J. Morris, Ruthin 1 0 0 James James, Esq., Ffynonhowel 1 0 0 H. Mallorv, Esquire, Sih'erdale. 1 0 0 Lieut. Colonel Howell, Paritglv yji, Bon- cath 10 0 Rowland Morgan, Esq., Great Dar'c^ate street 0 10 6 H. Brunei Wlii-e, Esq., Carmarthen 0 10 6 David Thomas, Esq., Eirianfa. 0 10 6 Mrs A. J. Jukes, 20, Terrace road 0 10 6 James Metcalfe, Esq., North parade. 0 10 6 David Davies, Esq., Morfa, J-Iatiddewi- (Ireti 0 10 6 L. J. Roberts, Esq., Rhyl 0 10 6 Owen Price, Esq., Cray, Brecon 0 10 0 Miss J. M. Thomas, 29, North Parade 0 10 0 David Samuel, Esq., Old Bank School. 0 10 0 Dr J.'T. Jones, Corris 0 10 0 Rev Wni. Jones, North parade .050 Pieliminaiy List of Subscriptions collected in London, and forwarded by Rev. Morris Roberts and John T. Lewis, Esq the Hon. Sees. R. H. Rees, Esq., Blackmoor Street, Woodlands, Talybont 5 5 0 Peter Jones, Esq., Sloane square 3 3 0 Stephen Evans, Esq., J.P. 2 2 0 Daniel Hughes, Esq., Kingsiaud Road 2 2 0 J. II. Davies, Esq., J p., Cwritnawr 1 1 0 D. Davies, Esq., 11, Duke's Road W.C. 110 Messrs Faithfuil & Owen, 11 Victoria Street, S.W 110 E Felix, Esq., Haubury Street 110 John T. Lewis, Esq., 54 Chancery Lane 1 1 0 Thomas Pierce, Esq., Bury Street 110 Rev Morris Roberts 110 David Thomas, Esq., Finsbury Street 1 1 0 D. Davies, Esq., Upper Porchester Street 0 10 6 E. Vincent Evans, Esq. 0 10 6 John Jenkins, Esq., Buckingham Road, N.E., 0 10 6 Miss Williams, 34,Gracechurch Street. 0 10 6 J. Williams Esq., Bethel Green Road 0 10 6 W. Bowen, Esq., Green Street 0 10 0 Rev Evan Davies, Tredegar Squire 0 10 0 Isaac Davies, Esq., Old Street 0 10 0 John Edwards, Esq., Clipstone Street 0 10 0 Morgan Evans, Esq., Commercial Road 0 10 0 D. Jones, Esq., 262 Trinity Road 0 10 0 J. W, Lewis, Esq., 56 New North Road 0 10 0 W. Vaughan Esq., Roman Road 0 10 0 D. Weir, Esq., 0 10 0 .John Davies. Esq., 92 St Joints Street Road 0 5 0 James Evans, Esq., 22 'Shaftesbury Avenue. 0 5 0 John Evans Esq., Black Lion Yard 0 5.t0 T. J. Evans, Esq., 90 St Paul's Road 0 5 0 John Jenkins, Esq., Brushfiehl-Strcet 0 5 0 W. Rogers, Esq., London Hospital 0 5 0 Rev T. A. Davies, Highgate 0 2 6 John Morris Esq., Brick Laii(, 0 2 6 A. J. HUGHES, 1 a MORTIMER GREEN, J Reception Committee Room. HOTELS. WATERLOO HOTEL. ABERYSTWYTH.—This First-class Family and Commercial PRIVATE 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 -jCiL Commercial. This Hotel is entirely under New Management. STABLING AND POSTING. PROPRIETOR 1. PAREISH. WIIITE HORSE HOTEL, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH (a.Minute's walk from the Sea; VV Three Minutes' walk from the Railway Station). This Hotel, which is situated most centrally for Tourists, Cyclists, and Commercial Gentlemen has recently undergone extensive alterations, including the addition of New Coffee and Commercial Rooms, is replete with every comfort. PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS. STORE ROOM FOR CYCLES. TARIFF STRICTLY MODERATE. M. A. REA, PROPRIETRESS. 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 CAMBRIAN HOTEL, BORTH. One of the most Comfortable Establishments on the Coast. BRACING CLIMATE FRONTING AND ADJOINING THE SEA. EIGHTEEN-HOLE GOLF LINK, AND ALL OTHER OUT-DOOR RECREATIONS. PRIVATE TENNIS COURTS. LANGUAGES. FRENCH CHEF KEPT. J. HOHENBERG, PROPRIETOR. :dIf" A. 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. -4 TLRLEGRAPHZC At)Z)RFgS LL, LSHPOOL. THE CROWN BREWERY. ■% v r 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. 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, Trefeglwvs 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 only in To T E. Skidmore. Camp, but in Blackpool as well.—Yours truly, My Dear Sir,—You may, I think, be glad to know (Signed), J. HYSLOP. that the Beer you supplied to Camp was of excel- To A. D. Dawson, Esq., Newtown. lent quality, in'fact the best of the six Batalions in camp. Everyone agreed as to this, and especially NKWTOV.-X HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW AND the men of the other Regiments. Yours truly, FETE. SPE the men of the other Regiments. Yours truly, FETE. (Signed), EDWIN J. PIPER, Captain, Newtown, August 26th, 1895. 11 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 bv you for the above Fete, gave [EXTRACT FROM LETTF.R.] SATIS^CTION.^OURS TRU]YJ The Turf Hotel, Salop, ERNEST C. MORGAN, Sec. 15r,h Aug., 1895. A. I). Dawson, Esq., The Turf Hotel, Salop, ERNEST C. MORGAN, Sec. 15h Aug., 1895. A. V. Dawson, Esq., Dear Sir, Y onr Beer was acknowledged all Crown Brewery, Newtown. SI£- -I.P.Io_ h2;ç¿:ø:J:r"X. TJ:I FRESH SALMON FROM THE TEIFY. WYE. AND OTHER RIVERS DAILY. DEALER IN W E X 1I A M J. A K E iCC. RICHARD SAYCELL, ^SRD^DERP,SLTS; MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SEA FISHERIES PROTECTION SOCIETY, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, NORTH PARADE AND TERRACE ROAD, ABKRYSTWYTH. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. :lJ: .u.ù-y,a1'- • BOTTLED 15V DISTILLERS ONLY, AND to EXPRESSLY FOR US. "BLACK BOTTLE" TEN YEARS OLD. SCOTCH. PER DOZEN. 46s. CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED AT REA'S STORES, 48, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. P UBLIC NOT ICES. -_0- CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. DAY TillIPS TO ABERYSTWYTH I AND CAMBRIAN COAST, OX MONDAYS, JUNE 15Til, 22ND, AND 29TB, From Oswestry, Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes Machynlleth, and intermediate Stations. For fuli particulars, see handbills. -+- THE ROYAL VISIT. HALF-DAY TRIPS WILL BE RUN TO MACHYNLLETH ON THURSDAY, JUNE 25TH, From Oswestry, Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, Aberystwyth, Barmouth, Doigellev, and interme- diate stations, arriving in time to enable excursionists to witness the arrival of the Royal party, and the Presentation of an Address at the Clock Tower. -+- 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 Mav. ♦ ON EVERY THURSDAY & SATURDAY IN JUNE, 1S96, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED TO LIVERPOOL p v (Lime Street, Edge Hill. Spe'.lovv.or Waltofl), AXD MANCHESTER (London Road), as unde: Leaving Oswestry at 11 45 a m, and Ellesmere at 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 Rail- ways can be obtained on application to Mr. W. H. Gough, Snpeiinteadent of the Line, Oswestrv. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. MONTGOMERYSHIRE CARRIAGE WORKS, SALOP ROAD, WELSHPOOL, AND „ OSWALD_ROAX^ 0 £ WE STRY.|, £ 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. HERBERT fOXES, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON. H.J., having disposed of his business to Mir. Cranage, is now offering at COST PRICE FOR CASH A QUANTi TV OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND ELECTRO PLATE All Watches Warranted for One, Two, or Three Years. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. NOTE THE ADDRESS- U;, HIGH ST., NEWTOWN. VISIT TO ABERYSTWYTH OF THEIR ROYAL HIGHNESSES THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS Of WALES, FRIDAY. JUNE 26TH. 1896. 1 E S S R S M. H. DAVIS & SONS Having made arrangements with the well- known firm of LEGGE AND COMPANY, DECORATORS, BROMSGROVE STREET, BIRMINGHAM, SOLICIT YOUR ORDERS FOR House Decoration or Ilhuninatio. Which will be carried out by thoroughly experienced men AT MOST REASONABLE CHARGES. Contractors for Triumphal Arches, Public Builè- lugs, House, Shop Front, and Street Desoratiows Trade and other Flags to order at Short Notice. Flags. Venetian Banners, Royal Coats of Arm* Prince of Wales Plumes, Shields. Mottoes, & General Decorations, Illuminations, &c., Sc., for Sale or Ifi> » C. T. BROCK & CO., SOLE PYROTECHNISTS TO THE CRY,ST41 • PALACE, Solicit Orders for their Celeb rated of FIREWORKS! -LU K -s! From 5s. to £ 20 each. LOCAL AGENTS- M. H. DAVIS AND SON3.. -1-, BRIDGE STREET, NJ., IS AND 20, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH.