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| BY A UGTION. | FECIAL 31) SALE OF i FURNITURE AT THE ^BLY ROOMS, ABERYSTWYTH. MIl J. E. JAMES has been favoured with in- I Ltq" g 'tructions from Messrs. Ben Evans and Co., [ e Plansea, to Sell bv Public Auction, at the o ac e. I WEDNESDAY, JULY 8TH, 1896, I g. AND FOLLOWING DAYS, ^riug,RtUre an<^ Fitments of the Reception and [ h Us °0Tns' furnished and decorated specially ^rinp6 *heir Royal Highnesses the Prince "Sth 688 of Wales during their visit to Aber- n COMPRISING ..1I. PRINCESS of WALES' RECEPTION ROOM !j^ll^a*!8*an*made Louis Quinze Cabinet richly with Watteau hand painted panels, It] ",Oulltings, &c., «*e taKinar(^ue*'r^e shaPe<i top Louis Quinze °vel atl(j e> a 2 tire shaped 5 o'clock tea table, a Q^-Ver Useful design Louis Quinze style. ih 26 L (?|las^e and richly {carved all gilt Louis e .r Suite, produced and Manufactured e I1Ph' WIth specially selected French Brocade for 'OPb S'e of stering work, A specimen of the highest A reQch Art." teve graild all gilt Louis Quinze 3 fold screen with ^elg .e hInges, clear glass top pannels, under J embroidered French Brocade. b^Sinn.01118. Quinze all gilt splendidly carved a n rror with shaped shelves for Brie a £ *p ew design French Window Cabinet with §i0,viti £ °uPboard fitted clear glass panels for 0 •a Car*os> and top part adapted as Palm jfcize tv1"^ c'ass hand finished Brass Louis „ lre-side Suite fitted with fire screen, v'e> wif>,eaUt^u' Louis Quinze Lady's Writing h onyx (Marble top, ormolu mountings, K^tio Tj.ii Sta ? occasional and fancy pedestals, j>4fj > &c-> &c., too numereus to mention. tn ^Xtri^nster bordered square Carpet and JC Respond. j^Perj Silk plush Window Curtains, j> es> Fire Place Curtains, and Draperies, .Jtlij ftiere and Drapery, &c., a choice selection Of Ûb Celebrated Spode China, also an assortment Q*1(} Vases. and latest productions from the i»(5eilowned Royal Worcester Porcelain Works ^eral Brie a Brae, &c., &c. 4Ppointments of this Reception Room are Olit in the Louis Quinze style and should end themselves to probable Purchasers. lETIRING ROOM: e!\ "'WadiBtaiid, > %> Chairs en suite. 'jj. Set and Accessories. Comfortable Spring-edge Lounge Settle, •ed *n French Brocade. Easy and Fancy Arm Chairs. Tables and general Bric-a-brac. We 8otne designed Axminster Carpet with Ka*t°hmiplete- ifkh §-,?n £ s and Window rugs to correspond. • 1* Plush Window Curtains, Door Curtains, ^it!!6^. ^ream and Gold Overmantel Glass Shelves, &c. M,J> ouite complete, &c., &c. PRINCE OF WALES' o*SiP CEPTI0N R0°M: ^Si«leKdl(]lIy"made and Noble Fumigated Brown eni^u^' fr'^ed bevelled plates and with hand-, ti ^Sn l0hments complete. o* Overmantel en Suite." K)6- Octogan-shaped Top Book or Lamp Wjtt;o \v jje. ntmg Table fitted with Drawers com- CCh TJ k ^olf phail Stered Settees< Large Size Lounging 0 8a»^i^nd °ther Chairs upholstered in rich J> "bags, and Utrecht Velvet. v6rySt^s Suitable for Busts, Palms, &c. 1} 0t> WfL andsome Repousse Brass Hanging 4 Nsr T> evelled Mirror- T ass Fire Side Log Box. H ^OrHUr^ey Resion Axminster Carpet with ^d,1^8o Gr ^omPlet'e- v ^e Hearth and Window Rugs to corres- CU.cl A^ea „8S Sllb Window and Door Curtains with V°u6c omPlete- Real and ot,ler French Bronzes, ^8 1^Ures> Busts, Ac., too numerous to men- Marble Clock and Side Orna- real Bronze Lion Cappings and ]RETIRING ROOM: I'n-?1'8) 4o1011 Washsfcan(i and Dressing Table with I Q T? and Accessories. ft 4.>:rt,-S)' Chairs. clnste^ Carpets and Hugs to correspond. ^SachUrtaiB3> D°°r CurtaiDS' a!ld Draperies ^5on CreeQs, &c., &c. ALSO ha? °hairs polished li^ht colour close cane ^%tlrail fitted nnder chair -ir°°d Chairs Polished Walnut Colour, Veneer Seat. ale to Commence at 3 p.m. j it I'll. errtis:—Credit on conditions. fitItio^nfer most: respectfully begs to draw Fif° t^iePublic to the sale as the Furni- 0 sr^k"3 are the ver^ l3est class> au vW^ts f as rarely offers is given to the Aberystwyth and the Western ABERYSTWYTH? PITHS lias been instructed bv ^l's ''()rat'ori ot' Aberystwyth to Sell In lilanu^' ^TURDAY, THE 4TH .1 XST., a'larn Flixts. Plascrug. at 6-30 p.m. l> lots OF NSSn W D 1N G HAY. apjtly to Mr. RKK.S JO.VKS. ABERYSTWYTH. )\\> bee', DAn;L. SOX, A MEREDITH have K C. Corporation of Aber- 0>j y Auction. i °5D2Ay' THE 6th inst-' ^4^^ P.M., IX THE Qjr*,111 Wa + VA?D- SMITHFTKLD ROAD, ^AlVTn A SU^ Purchasers, about V OF SPRUCE „ 6s«lrs DEALS, fhv,?? ha* used on the occasion 0<1Sh r Partio1CiadiDg of tlie stl'eets. ^Veyor u ars applv to Mr. REES JONES, 1- SALES BY AUCTION. wnrmELi)\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, JIN.—FAT CATTLE. G. WHITFIELD—SHEEP AXD CALVES. E. WHITFIELD—PIGS AND STORE CATTLE. Sales commencing at 10 30 Settlements as soon as the Stock is Sold. OFFICES Willow House, Oswestry. By order of Trustees. NORTH WALES. COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY AND DENBIGH. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms, Freehold Tene- ments, Cottages, Accommodation Lands, and a considerable number of full-grown Valuable Oak and Larch Trees. MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS are instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Wynnstay Hotel, Llaufyllin, OF FRIDAY, JULY 31st, 1896, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, the following Pro- perties known as the NANTYMhICHIAIDESTATE viz— COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. Parishes of Llanfyllin and Meifod. Lot. Description. Area. A. R. P. 1 Rhysgog Farm, Mr John Owen, tenant 183 3 19 Parish of Meifod. 2 Accommodation Land, Mr. Cristopher Gittins tenant 11 1 34 3 Pasture Land on Alltygader, J. Marshall Dugdale, Esq., tenant 8 0 38 4 Penybryn, Mr Edward Jones, tenant 4 1 24 5 Tytanydderwen Farm, Mr John Lewis, tenant 87 2 20 6 Glanypwll Farm, Mr Edward Jones, tenant 148 3 38 7 Peniarth Farm, Mrs Margaret Owen, tenant 164 2 1 8 Plasynant, Mr Edward Jones, tenant 2 017 9 Plasnantymeichiaid Farm, Mr Henry Price, tenant 127 3 2 10 Gwaelod Farm, Mr Joseph Davies, tenant 96 3 5 11 Fronlas Farm, Mrs Sarah Evacs, 12 •- fro in 11 emMgir' mur dggitey Marshall Dugdale, Esq., tenant 0 1 36 13 Smithy, Cottage, and Garden, Mr Lot Hughes, tenant 0 0 20 14 Bronheulog Farm, Mr Lot Hughes. tenant 6 1 38 15 Cefnbugeilyn and Penycoed Farms Mr David Lloyd, tenant 103 3 28 16 Fronfriallu Farm, Mr David Davies, tenant 9 3 28 17 Alltgoch Farm. Mr John Watkins, tenant 186 1 19 18 Big Wood. In hand 68 0 29 19 Penymynydd Farm, Mrs Mary Jones, tenant 18 3 19 20 Alltgoch Cottage, (farm), Mr Edward -Jones, tenant 20 3 24 21 Cwm Nantymeichiaid Farm. Mi- Edward Jones, tenant 201 2 33 22 Bwlchydderwen Farm. Mrs Margaret Evans, tenant 39 2 1 23 Tybrith and Dyfnant Farms. Mr David Evans, tenant 118 1 14 COUNTY OF DENBIGH. Parish of Llanrhaiadr-yn-Mochnant. 24 Cottage Garden and Land at Commins, Jane Davies. tenant 0 2 10 Total 1676 3 33 Lot 1 to 23 inclusive will, in the first instance, he offered as one Lot; and, if not so sold, in three Lots, viz., Lots 1 to 3 inclusive, Lots 4 to 8 inclu- sive, Lots 9 to 23 inclusive; and, if not so sold, and if the Vendors so decide, in such other Lot or Lots as may be then determined by them. Lot 24 will in any case be offered as a lot by itself. Plans, particulars. and conditions of Sale may be obtained at any of the principal Hotels in the neighbourhood; of W, A. PUGHE, Esq.. Solicitor, Llanfyllin of Messrs PEMBERTOX, GAKTH, and GOPE, Solicitors, 5, New Court, Lincol s Inn. London, W.C.; or of the AUCTIONEERS, ILachynlleth. and Towyn (Merioneth). _n-n- HORSES. 600 HORSES. ipRANK LLOYD invites early entries for his great NORTH WALES PRIZE HORSE SALES at WREXHAM. On Thursday, July 30, Waggon Horses, Lurry Horses and Colts; Friday, 31st, Harness Horses and Hunters; Saturday, August 1st, Cobs and Ponies. X30 in Prizes. Entries close Thursday, July 16. Limited to 600 Horses. Grand trade expected. One buyer last sale bought over 1,000gs worth. Prize lists and forms, FRANK LLOYD, Wrexham. PARISH CHURCH, WELSHPOOL. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL FESTIVAL WILL BE HELD ON SUNDAY. JULY 12TH, ISUti. SPECIAL PREACHERS KKV. CHANCELLOR RICHARDSON, M.A. Rector of Corwen RF.V. W. H. DRAPER. M.A. Vicar Ðf the Abbey Church, Shrewsbury. Children's Flower Service at 2 THE SUNDAY SCHOOL TRIP TO ABERYSTWYTH WILL TAKE PLACE ON THURSDAY, JULY 16TII, 1896. B ISH 0 P SeA S T IJ E DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SHOW. THE SCHEDULE OF PRIZES For the above Show, which will be held ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12TH, Are now ready, and may be obtained from the Secretary, -AIR. A. J. HARRIS, Market Square, Bishop's Castle. PUBLIC NOTICES. VISIT OF T.R.H. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO ABERYSTWYTH. THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE appeal ear- nestly 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 re- quired 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 THE EXPENSES. £ s d Amount previously acknowledged 1396 4 6 Wm. Rathbone, Esq., Liverpool 26 5 0 The Right Hon. Lord Tredegar 20 0 0 W. T. Jones, Esq., Australasian Bank. 10 10 0 John S. Tregoning, Esq., Chairman Carmarthenshire Couuty Council 10 10 0 F. W. A. Roche, Esq., Talgarth 10 0 0 The Right Hon. Lord Dynevor 10 0 0 The Right Hon Lord Llangattock 10 0 0 A. C. Humphreys-Owen, Esq., M.P. 7 7 0 J. T. Morgan, Esq., Nantceirio. 5 5 0 Lady Yerney, Winslow, Bucks 5 0 0 The Right Hon. Lord Kenyon. 5 0 0 Hon. G. T. Kenyon, Ellesmere 3 3 0 J. J. James, Esq., Solicitor 3 3 0 Per Messrs J. James & Co., Grocers and Wine and Spirit Merchants— Messrs Bass, Ratcliff and Gretton, Burton-on-Trent 3 3 0 Per Messrs Morgan and Co., Wine and Spirit Merchants The City Brewery Co., Lichfield 3 3 0 Prof. J. M. Angus, U.C.W. 3 0 0 Messrs Stead and Simpson, per Mr. M. R. Felix, Great Darkgate Street. 2 2 0 Howell Evans, Esq., Queen's Road 2 2 0 Messrs Ringer & Co. 2 2 0 Messrs Williams & Son, London 2 2 0 inlessrs IT. H. Davis & Son 2 2 0 Prof. D. M. Lewis, U.C.W. 2 2 0 Right Rev Lord Bishop of Swansea 220 Prof. J. R. Ainsworth Davis 2 2 0 r Messrs Morgan & Co., Wine aud Spirit Merchants 2 2 0 Messrs J. James & Co. do. 2 2 0 Wm. Owen, Esq., Ealing, London 2 2 0 Dr. Goodall, Carmarthen 1 10 0 Rev. J. A. Morris, Queen's Road 1 1 0 Isaac Griffiths, Esq., Penglais Road 1 1 0 Misses Vaughan Rees 1 1 0 Thomas Hugh Jones, Esq., Laura Place 110 Miss E. C. Davies, Smith Terrace, per D. C. Roberts, Esq. 1 1 0 L. J. Mathias, Esq., Bridge Street 110 R. J. Mathias, Esq., „ 110 W. H. Jones, Esq., Solicitor • 110 Dr. James, Vagwr 1 1 0 G. Williams, ESQ., BODLONDEBV^W^ LJ, 0 "Per fJavrfi Howell, Esq.-— Messrs Marshall & Aston 1 1 0 Messrs Scott & Co. 110 Messrs Botfcomley 110 Messrs Hitchcock Williams & Co. 110 Mrs. Thomas (of Carmarthen) 6, Marine Terrace 110 Miss Herbert (of Llanelly) 1 1 0 Rev. Wm. Evans, Pembroke Dock 110 Per Messrs Morgan &- Co.- Messrs It. Ellis & Co, 1 1 0 Messrs E. Young & Co. 1 1 0 Messrs R..J. Phillips & Co. 1 1 0 Roderick Richards, Esq., Penglais 110 Edward Evans, Esq., Great Darkgate Street 110 Rev. Prebendary Williams 110 C. Maynard Owen, Esq,, Westminster 110 E. R. Cleatoii, Esq 1 1 0 J. W. Stephens, Esq., Llechryd 110 Per E. Jones-Williams, Esq.— — Mason, Esq. 1 1 0 Shaw, Esq. 1 1 0 Peter Jones, Esq., Portland Street 110 D. Lloyd Lewis, Esq., Lampeter 110 William Morris, Esq., North Parade 110 J. Jenkins Jones, Esq., Coal Merchant 110 W. A. Green, Esq. 1 1 0 G. W. S. Colquhoun, Esq. 1 1 0 D. W. E. Rowlands, Esq., Garth 110 John Evans, Esq., Solicitor 110 David Jenkins, Esq., North Parade. 110 Rev. William Morgan, Llanbadarn Road 110 Lewis N. Powell, Esq., Llandilo 110 Charles Morgan. E3q., Roath, Cardiff 110 Per Messrs M. H. Davies & Son Messrs McArthur, Nash & Co. 110 W. Griffiths, Esq., Southport 110 John Lewis, Esq., Meiros Hall, Llan- dyssul 110 W. Morgan Griffitlis, Esq., Carmarthen 1 1 0 Griffith Griffiiths, Esq., N. & S. Wales Bank, Newtown 110 Per Messrs Morgan Co., Wine and Spirit Merchant Messrs Swan & Co., Liverpool 110 D. M. Davies, Esq., New Street 110 Rev. D. L. Prosser, Queen's Road 1 1 0 Mrs. Ihomas Owen, Llanbadarn Road 1 1 0 Capt. Dougton, North Parade 1 1 0 G. P. Brewer, Esq., Naberth 1 1 0 Miss Powell, Market Street 1 1 0 Per Messrs Powell & Co.- L. n. Jones, Esq., Liverpool 0 Per David Howell- Messrs Horriukes, Crewdoll A Co., Manchester 1 i 0 Nicholas Bennett, Esq., Newtown 110 D. D. Williams, Esq., Pencefn. 110 John Clark, Esq., North Parade 1 '1 0 GwiJym Edmunds. Esq., Llanidloes 110 Mrs Lloyd, Wauuifor 110 J. Parry Jones, Esq., Blaenau Festiniog 1 1 0 David Lloyd, Esq., Newcastle Emlyn. 1 0 0 Thomas Owens, Esq., Queen's square. 010 6 John Rowland. Esq., Ironmonger 0 10 6 Anonymous 0 10 6 Rev. Lewis James, Brynbank 0 10 6 L. Evans, Esq., Cardigan 0 10 6 Edward Ellis, Esq., Auctioneer 010 6 E. H.James, Esq.. Crugian 010 6 Benjamin .James, Esq., Cardigan 010 6 A Well Wisher per E. P. Wynne, Esq., 0 10 6 Miss U. Davies, Terrace road 0 10 6 David James, Esq., Pier street 010 6 Mrs Xelson, 35, Marine terrace 0 10 6 Rev. Thomas Williams, Queen's terrace 0 10 6 Mrs Metcalfe, Railway terrace 0 10 6 Rev. Evan Morris 010 6 Alderman Edward Davies, Dolcaradog 0 10 6 Per Messrs M. H. Davis & Son- Messrs Hardy and Padmore. 010 6 Messrs Thomas Turner & Co. 0 10 6 J. H. Kdwaa-ds, Esq., North Parade 0 10 6 Mrs Humpidge, 12, Laura place 010 6 Rev. T. Jackson 010 6 Rev. T. J. Pritchard 010 6 B. E- Morgan. Esq., L. & P. Bank 010 6 Rev. William Jones, North Parade 010 6 J. Edwards, Esq., Denstone College, Staffordshire 010 0 E. Yau, han Rees, Esq., King Street 0 10 0 Rev. William Thomas, Whitland 0 5 0 Rev. T. J.Morgan, Bow Street 0 5 0 A. J. HUGHES HON. a MORTIMER GREEN > Ho ECS- Reception Committee Room. July 1st, 1896. PRINTING of every description executed with dispatch at the COUNTY TIMES Office, Welsh- pool. First-class Commercial work a speciality Estimates given. 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. HONOURS. RESIDENT MASTER, UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. Cambridge Local Examination Class now forming. T. F. HILES, Head Master. THE COLLEGE, QUEEN'S PARK, OSWESTRY. THE MISSES HOULT (CASTLE BUILDINGS) 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 admirably adapted for Educational Purposes, having large and lofty Schoolrooms, and Dormitories, and Tennis Court. The MISSES HOULT are assisted by Resident English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, and visiting PROFESSORS. Preparation for Oxford Local, College of Precep- tors, and Music Examinations. Home Comforts and Careful Training. TERMS MODERATE. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOUNDED 1812. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL. FOR BOyS. ■HEAD MASTER. R. A. POPE, M.A., Formerly Classical Scholar of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge; and Assistant Master at Shrewsbury School. I'or Prospeofcas, &c., apply to THE HEADMASTER, JASPER HOUSE. CLEVELAND HOUSE SCHOOL WELSHPOOL, FOR YOUNG LADIES. Pupils receive a sound and thorough Education at Moderate Charges. Happy home for Boarders. 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. MACHINLLETH COUNTY INTERMED [ATE SCHOOL. SCHOOL RE-OPENS MAY 5, 1896. Head Master JIR. H. H. MEYLER, M.A., Oxox. Assistant Master JIR. ALBERT WATSON, B.A., CANTAB. Assistant Mistress MISS FLORENCE WHITE, Late Scholar of the Royal Holloway College, Egham. TEN SCHOLARSHIPS Will be offered for Competition for Children in Elementary bchools and others; also, Bursaries sufficient to cover the estimated expenses of travelling to and from school. 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, 18fch of JULY 'at 10 a.m. SUBJECTS for Scholarships Examinations as follows :-Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, English Grammar, Geography (England and Wales). Optional su bj ect,s: -English History and Welsh (translatiou). f v, 1° seu^ Olerk on or before the 11th day of July, 1896. Forms obtained from JOHN ROWLANDS, Solicitor, Machvnlipfh 29th April, 1896. Clerk to the Governors. G. G. HIGHAM, GUN MANUFACTURER, FISHING ROD AND TACKLE MAKER AND CUTLER, CYCLE AGENT AND REPAIRER. BICYCLES FOR SALE OR HIRE. Pneumatics (Double Tube Detachable Tyl-es) from X8 10; Ladies' from X9 10s. RIDING TAUGHT FREE to all Purchasers. REPAIRS of every description. SPECIALITIES IN FISHING TiCKTF— GREENHEART FLY RODS, two tops in bae-10 6 SPLIT CANE FLY RODS, 15/- each! g SPORTING GOODS DEPOT 20. BERRIEW ST., WELSHPOOL: 3, BAILEY STREET, OSWESTRY. KERRY FESTIVAL THIS YEAR AGAIN WITH ENLARGED PROGRAMME. DATE WILL BE PUBLISHED NEXT WEEK. W. PROUDFOOT, ) „ O. S. BOWEN, J Sees. HOTELS. WATERLOO HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH.-This Pirct-class Family and Commercial PRIVATE V T 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 oae 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. A BERYSTWYTH.—PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, Family and Commercial. This Hotel is entirely under New Management. STABLING AND POSTING. PROPRIETOR 1. PARRISH. WHITE HORSE HOTEL, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH (a Minute's walk from the Sea; Three Minutes walk from the Railway Station). This Hotel, which is situated most centrally tor 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. "OCEAN VIEW," abePstWYTH.-PRIVATE HOTEL AMI BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. The house is handsomely furnished throughout, having large airy bedrooms, with perfect sanitary arrangements. It is situated in the best part of the PROMENADE and com- mands an extensive and UNBROKEN SEA FRONT. Good table and attendance. References are of the highest character. TERMS MODERATE. IRs. KENSIT, PROPRIETRESS. ACHYNLLETH.-LIRON HOTEL, First-class Hotel for Families, Visitors and Commercia 31 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. S?. IarSe]y patronised by Anglers and Sportsmen, and possesses an excellent Billiard Table. OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. r 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 suppor THE CAMBRIAN HOTEL, BORTH. One of the most Comfortable Establishments the -7— BRACING CLIMATE FRONTING AND ADJOINING THE SEA. EIGHTEEN-HOLE GOLF LINK, AND ALL OTHER OUT-DOOR RECREATIONS PRIVATE TENNIS COURTS. LA\TNANR« FEENCH CHEF KEPT. LANGLA6ES, J. HOHENBERG, PROPRIETOR. THE JBULIi 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 II BULL, WELSHPOOL." MIgg JENKINS, MANAGERESS. ■ — THE CROWN BREWERY. I 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, AXD 54 GALLON CASKS. The Celebrated "Crown Bitter Ale," and Cobbler Mountain Scotch Whisky. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. HAR VEST ALES OF SUPERIOR Q-UALITY FROM yd. 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 only in To T. E. Skidmore. Camp, but in Blackpool as well, lours truly, My Dear Sir,—You may, I think, be glad to know (Signed), J. H^SLOF. 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 NEWTOWX HORTICULTURAL ^OCIKT^ S SHOW AXD the men of the other Ile -itii e iits. -Yours truly, FETE. I (Signed), EDWIN J. PIPKR, Captain, 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 quali- of 0 the goods supplied by you for the above Fete, gave [EXTRACT FROM LETTER.] gCueral satisfaction.— Y ours truly, The Turf Hotel, Salop, ERXEST C. MORNAX, Sec. 15th Aug., 1895. A. D. Dawson, Esq., Dear Sir, Your Beer was acknowledged all Crown Brewery, Newtown. FRESH SALMON FROM THE TEIFY WYE, AND OTHER RIVERS DAILY I DEALER 1 N W E N II A M LAKE ICE. I pi/in 4 DT^ u A Vr^TTT.T, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, XLLVYLLARLL' 1 VYJCIJLJ_U9 LICENSED DEALER IN GAME MEMBER OF THE NATIONAL SEA FISHERIES PROTECTION SOCIETY GREAT DARKGATE STREET, NORTH PARADE AND TERRACE ROAD,' ABERYSTWYTH. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY DESPATCHED. PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. DAY TRIPS TO ABERYSTWYTH AND CAMBRIAN COAT. EVERY MONDAY IX JULY, 1896. From Oswestry, Welshpool. Newtown. Llanidloes Machynlleth, and intermediate Stations. For full particulars, see handbills. -+- 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. ON EVERY THURSDAY & SATUEDlY IN JULY, 3896, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS WILT, BE ISSUED TO L T LIVERPOOL (Lime Street, Edge Hill, Spellow, or Walton), A', P MANCHESTER (London Road), as under:- Leaving Oswestry at 11 45 a m, and Ellesmere at 12 0 noon. Third-class Fare for the Ifcnble 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, Oswestry. -+- EVERY SATURDAY IN JULY, CHEAP DAY EXCURSIONS WILT, BE BTGC TO LIVERPOOL & MANCHESTER From Llanidloes, Newtown, Montgomery, Welsh- pool, Llonyuiy nech, Llanfyllin, Oswestry, Ellesmere, Fenn's Bank, and Intermediate Stations. Train leaves Llanidloes 6 40 a m, Newtown 7 8 a m, Montgomery 7 26 am, Welshpool 7 43 am, Llanfyllin 7 30 a P), Oswestry 8 25 a m, Ellesmere 8 43 a m. -+ ——— FURTHER REDUCTION IN FIRST- CLASS FARES- I On and after JULY 1ST, 1396. THE FIRST CLASS FARES To and from Cambrian Stations will be CONSIDERABLY REDUCED. TONIC-SOLFA ASSOCIATION. (I&EAT FiiSTJVAIi AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE, SATURDAY, JULY 11TH, 1896. \On Friday, July 10th, CHEAP EXCURSION JL For Two or Four Days, to LONDON From Pwliheh, Dolgellev. Aberystwyth, Machyn- lleth, Llanidloes, Brecon, Newtown, Montgomery, and intermediate stations. The train will leave Pwllheli 6.0 a.m., Portmadoc v^Nr T10^. 72°' C°:eelleJ 0, Aberystwyth 7 30, Machynlleth 8 29. Llanidloes 9 0,and Newtown 9 34 a.m. Passengers return from London (Euston) 9 45 p.mon July 11th, r:r at 10.0 p.m. on Mondav, July 13th. —- -—— FAST DAY T RIP TO BLACKPOOL ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 8th, 1896, AS UNDER: From Oswestry at 6 50 a.m.; third class fares there and back 3s. 9d. Whittington 6 54, Franfc- ton 70, Ellesmere 78, Welshampton 7 12, Bettis- field 7 17, Penn's Bank 7 29; fare 3s. 6d. Reach- ing Blackpool at 9 25 a.m. Children under three years of age, free; above three and under twelve, Half-price. „ Passengers return same day from Blackpool at o j 5 p.m C. S. DEXXISS, General Manager. MONTGOMERYSHIRE CARRIAGE WORKS, SALOP ROAD, WELSHPOOL, AXD OSWALD ROAD, OSWESTRY, ESTABLISHED 1837. 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 TONES, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER, GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON. H.J. having disposed of his business to Mr. Cranasre, is now offering at COST PRICE FOR CASH A QUANTJTY OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND ELECTPvQ PLATE All Watches Warrante d for One, Two, or Three Years. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURgELygg NOTE THE ADDRESS- L5, HIGH ST., KEWTOWN. MRS. MAKEPEACE (LATE WATERS), BEGS to inform the inhabitants w i l and district that she w V *e]shP°oI ments of 3S uai)? <x».sign- FRESH FISH or ALL KU;DS. Orders take- for regniar supnW ss Guaranteed. ^^factioa.. A 1ARGK Tifiv FRUIT AND VEGETABLES AI.WAY* in Stoc.h< 1 A L E S ALWAYS in STOCI. 1 A L E S 5, CHURCH ST. (0^7E THF Rnrr WEMSHPOOSL