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ADDS ESSES. T T..J.BRATTON, PROPRIETOR a, AND CATERER, EAGLES, WELSHPOOL c — '— ^traetg undertaken for Luncheons, Xnners, Teas, Pic-nic Parties, &c. ————— Agelit for the White Star and Cunard tealllslnp Companies, and County Fire Office. VISITOR TO ABERYSTWYTH SHOULD VISIT THE PDBLIC BATHS, BATH STREET. HOT, COLD, AND SWIMMING BATHS. WILLIAMS & KIDNER, DENTAL SURGEONS. A TTirv OSWESTRY. DANCE AT 22, SEVERN STREET, tElSHPOOL every Monday. Hours 12 to NF AIR First Friday in each Month. MR. KERSHAW, SURGEON DENTIST, A Tti, > NEWTOWN, *V. ^T^^S Mr. COWAN'S, Chemist, 18, Broad *•30. p r_eet, Welshpool, every Monday from 11 to attended at their own residences LiJ menc- V* ?^°es—Every Saturdav, at Long Bridge st., IJtof • to 7-15- Is Jones, Bridge street, first Friday Eolith. 8 attended Daily at his Residence, Croesawdy New Road, Newtown. W ALFRED SLIM, IE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT NV ELSHPOOL. Messrs. Salt & Co.s', and Trueman, anbury & Co.'s BURTON ALES. Cjl 'ibON AND DUBLIN STOUTS, &c., &c. applied in any sized CASKS, and delivered free. Peciai n T Qualities for Harvesting Season, from 8d. Gallon. NOTICE, WILLIAMS & SON A TOBACCONISTS, ave the FINEST STOCK in the County of PIPES, POJCHES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, And every requisite for the Smoker. ALL THE LEADING BRANDS IN STOCK. a NOTE THE ADDRESS 4 4, CHURCH STREET, (Opposite the Bull Hotel,) WELSHPOOL. x for the Celebrated L N PIPE, and T KIRK & SONS' TOBACCO'S. THOMAS FARR, of the late James Farr, of Salop Road COACH BUILDER, SEVERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. J- 4-LLANDERSONR lET MAKER & UPHOLSTERER, 9 26, BROAD STREET, AND fiERRlEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. fr&'R'C! r, COMPLETELY FURNISHED bll AT WHOLESALE PRICES. G, DRAWING, & BEDROOM SUITES, ¡¡til:1 g,:a: Brass and Iron Bedsteads, ^ock Mattresses, Feather Beds, &c. ILATES GIVEN FOR EVER&" DESCRIPTION OF CABINET WORK. TJ \r ^ERALS FURNISHED. ^TtjRE REMOVED & STORED. *Wemoval to all Parts —Estimates Free. areps>f ■. c and Best-constructed Furniture Van Obtainable. 9, B STOIUNG WAREHOUSE \RlEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. Jf. COADEY, °^R, PAINTER, DECORATOR,&c. B(;LOP Road, OSWESTRY, t\w ^o]rJi^SPectfully to return thanks to the Gentry, and Puplic generally for that ~u tr°na?e during the past 34 years, and ^Upa 6 ^as ?one to considerable expense in a^VlKG ROOM FOR JAPANNING *on. °f Iron and Tin Goods, and hopes ^itK e<l with*^011 t0 a" orders entrusted to him, Coni- moderate charges, to be favoured Nuance of the same. A LARGE STOCK OF HANGINGS IN THE NEWEST Ahva, DESIGNS, a-ys on hand, at Moderate Prices. !■ LEWIS, T AL AND GENERAL MASONRY 8ALo p WORKS, 1'1 LOp ROAD, OSWESTRY. ll3lKUClAI. and! ERANCE H0TRL- U°OD STREET, WELSHPOOL. G%?SLL?R)ATIOX FOR COMMERCIAL JJOT ^EN AND TOURISTS. iits Daily from 12 till 3. ^HGPq STRICTLY MODERATE. M. REED, PROPRIETRESS. OF NOTICE^ *6 6 OfRleSted toeetingS' ConcertS, &C., are respect- >, Ce of thi«Sen^ earl7 notice of their fixtures 0 Mil be PaPer, when, if possible, a repre- Ceiv6 that e,.eut; to report same. We would i Vr^ei'enpae!lts a<ivertised in our columns N a.P^CRtA° otliers. | r>lc)AdVml^ ^^RESPONDENTS. copy must be received at "> T'1,- WRRLOO-. j PUBLIC NOTICES. A F,RB OA SUN ô' INSURANCEOFFICE D E D SUM INSURED IN 1895— £ 390,775,000. For all particulars apply to the following Agents- Welshpool—Mr. DAVID WALL. I Newtown—Mr. W. F. THOMAS, High street. Newtown and Llanidloes—Mr. BENNETT ROWLANDS. Llanfvllin—Mr. W. A. PUGHE. COLONEL R. J. HARRISON, DECEASED. ALL CREDITORS having any CLAIM or DEMAND upon or against the Estate and Effects of Colonel ROBERT JOHN HARRISON, late of Caerhowel, in the County of Montgomery, who died on the 6th day of June, 1896, are re- quested, forthwith, to send full particulars thereof to as the undersigned, Solicitors for and on behalf of the Executrix of the deceased. Dated this 3rd day of July, 1896. HARRISON & WINNALL, Solicitors, Welshpool. URBAN DISTRICT-COUNCIL OF ELLESMERE. TENDERS FOR GAS COAL. THE above Council require TENDERS to be JL sent to the undersigned on or before SATUR- DAY, lltfa day of JULY, to supply the Council with Gas Coal, delivered at Ellesmere Station, or on the Canal Wharf, Ellesmere, for the year ending 3Cth June, 1897. Copy of Analysis to be Enclosed. The quantity of coal used during the last 12 months was 500 tons. Tenders to be sealed and endorsed Tender for Gas Coal." JOHN PAY, Clerk to the Council. 11th June, 1896. IN the matter of a DEED OF ASSIGNMENT for the benefit of Creditors executed on the 11th day of May, 1896, bv HUGH JONES, of the LION INN, LLANSAINTFFRAID, in the County of Montgomery, Innkeeper. The Creditors of the above-named Hugh Jones, who have not already sent in their claims or signified their assent to the said deed are required to do so on or before the 23rd day of July inst., to the undersigned Solicitor, to the Trustees under the said Deed, or in default they will be excluded from the benefit of the dividend proposed to be declared. Dated the 9th day of July, 1896. W. A. PUGHE, SOLICITOR, LLANFYLLIN.

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