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SALES BY auction. V. ARl\IY REMOUNTS. AN INSPECTION OF HORSES Adapted for. CAVALRY Purposes Will be held at THE HAVE REPOSITORY, SHREWSBURY, HURSDAY, JAKOJRT 18TH, 1900 ^orniriencino' if > I at Ten o clock to the minute. '°'l0Wi,,g 's„a" »eP™™at. de,criptio» „f CAVALRY- 'EQU'TED:- years. Height about 15-2 to 16 hands. Active Class of Horse. Limit Price £ 50 XumS. "Sails' ^n?"bo'J'Vr ,?r'ler of Sta" forwarded „p„„ receipt "d Nomber, „ JOHN HILL, ESQ, f c/o MESSRS HALL, W ÁTERIDGE, AND OWEN, AuctiODeers, High Street, H°|tSEs- WW NOR.tft ^.P^'NGSALES for 1900. £ 40 Prizes. ARMY l!?81' ™XHAM FRANK LLOYD & «0\4f REQUIRED. Tuesday, January 23rd" 7^ & gra"d tradft- ^alTalTj H°rees and Last January"^ Sales we"7 (FJ°rSeB and Yannors during the yearf 68 Were the best clearance; — es elose Saturday, January 13th. BOROUGH OF MONTGOMERY. 10 pa»«^m1ees J It has been decided by the MONTGOMERY TOWN COUNOIL to establish TWO HORSE FAIRS IN EACH YEAR, IN THIS BOKOUGH, Viz ON THE FIRST THURSDAY IN MARCH, AND THE FIRST THURSDAY is OCTOBER, The First to be held on THURSDAY, THE FIRST OF MARCH NEXT. CHA:DLES S. CHARLES S. Mo°&i.mber, w LLANIDLOES DISTRICT PLOUGHING MATCHES ASSOCIATION. THE NINTH ANNUAL MATCHES Of the above Association of Ploughing, Hedgjing, Ditching, Horse Shoeing, and Competition of Horses, Brood Mares, Yearlings and Suckers, will be held (weather permitting) on WEDNECOAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 1900. (Or the first open Wednesday thereafter) ON LLWYNYBRAEN FARM, In the Parish of Llanwnog. PRESIDENT SIR JAMES JOICEY, BTRT. M.P., GREGYNOG. Schedules of prizes, entry forms, and alfinfor- mation may be obtained fromAJjembers of the ,*qva Committee, and the don. Secretary J* Chairman—Mr Evan Jones, ffanbi&y." Vice-Chairman- 11 r Evan If-uibek,TIark. Treasurer Mr Richard Savage, Penyborfa. <Hon. Sec.— Mr John Phillip^, I*lwynybraen Caersws. 5: LIGHT OF THE FUTURE. Celtic Acetylene Illuminating Co. The Simplest and best Generators for the production of Acetylene Gas. Estimates free on application to Agent- J. L. JONES, PANTYCELYN, LIIANDHINDOD. C'LT PIS I s CONSTITUTION BALLS Are,, r,, unfailing remedy (Write for pamphlet). For HOrSeSforGreasb Testimonial. Swelled Legs, Cracked rhe Cannock Agr. CO., Ltd. Heels, Coughs, Colds, Star. Cannock, Apl. 16,1890. ing Coat, Influenza, givino Oear Sirs,—I have ™l'ch tone an(j vigour, and keep^ Measure m testifying to the != juperiority of your Horse high-fed Horses lr jo«rsTiTt;TIO)» BAILS. We Health, &c. -Isve used them for the last l0 years, and find nothing For Cattle & Sheep inM can equal them. Yoll f unmakewkatase yon like m eases of Hove or Blown, yt this testimonial.—Yours Hide bound,loss of Appetite futhfully, HR^BY R. HAET, Distemper, Epidemic, Ac. tfsnaginar Director. r •> v For Scouring in Calves. they are almost infallible. PREPARED upwards of 60 jears by the lata FEAWCIS OUPIBB, cm.c.r.e. Sold in Packets 1 s9d and 3s6d each, 7 small 10s8d,oi 7 large 21s, by Chenustsand MedicineVendors, or from Pro- prietor,Th? Wilderness, Diss, Norfc -kon receipt- of amount J EL ANDERSON, CABINET MAKER and UPHOLSTERER, 5 & 6, HIGH STREET, WELSHPOOL (Adjoining Park Lane). Estimate given for Every Description of CABINET WORK. DINING, DRAWING & BEDROOM FURNITURE BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS. SPRING, HAIR AND WOOL MATTRESSES, FEATHER BEDS, &c. ":> FUNERALS COMPLETELY FURNisHED. FURNITURE REMOVED AND STORED. ESTIMATES FREE. Largest and Best-Constructed FURNITURE VAN Obtainable. 1'" + ? y STORING WAREHOUSE 5 & 6, HIGH STREET, WELSHPOOL -= SALES BY AUCTION. ESTABLISHED 1869. SALES BY AUCTION. ESTABLISHED 1869. WHITFIELD AND SON'S FAT, DAIRY and STORE STOCK AUCTIONS STOCK AUCTIONS I IN THE OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD Every WEDNESDAY at 10 30 EARLY ENTRIES SOLICITED. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. TAIPORTAINT SALE OF VALUABLE LEASE. HOLD PROPERTY. EASE" as ss MESSUAGES 0a^irvmg LetehoM IJOT 1. — THA HF p,:zTstZi ^etrm k*°»» ™ J- Arthur Jones. occupation of Lot 2-—T'ie Messuage and P 41, Pon]aild"es and Poises known as Mrs Winifred Jones. °ccnpatiou of Both Lots are held nnder a Corporation Grant December. 1817 y from 13th daT, The apportioned Ground T?o + • Lot will be 5s. Terms h u 1D resPecfc of each the Corporation for a rene frt'an"ed with properties.. renewed Lease of the or to Messrs Roberts and ^6- ^actloneer, AberystTryth. Evans, Solicitors, both of MESSRS ROBINS, GORE & MERCER -T, include in their A nnt; o Will Token-house Yard, London EC Mart' °" WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24TH, 1900, I t two o'clock precisely, the following eligible Investment ""gioie CARNO, MONTGOMERYSHI7?R CARNO, MONTGOMERYSHI7?R tenancy at £ 20 per annum. H?M a,.ye:irly vicarial charges, amountine' in 1= subject to the adjoining FreeiJO|cJ p ^er ann^m. Also Sf °h- vicarial ebarge at Is per a,un. (For",Isale in two 10tR). Inn S, Cwr?1(r > Ibomas, Graigfryn, Carno, Mon goiv. t Mart, LoùdoIl, E.G.; or of the Auctioneers at their offices 205, Ward our Street, Oxford Street, London, W. r < WIJTLI-A US A AUCTIONEERS VAa>UEKS, 0SWESTRY. -J ■ i (ESTABI,I^HE» 1^76). I' M* ;"1 vfV i 0 4. MESSRS. WHITFIELD AN]) BATHO, AUC- TIONEERS & VALUERS, I 1 Will SELL in the OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD EVERY WEDNESDAY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, FAT AND STORE CATTLE, FAT CALVES, FAT SHEEP, LAMBS, and PIGS. OFFICES SALOP ROAD, OSWESTRY "FT" Y, SON, HEWITTS' REMEDIES FOR DIFFICULT LAMBING AND CALVING ABSOLUTELY INDISPENSABLE. The GASEOUS FLUID For prostrated Cows and Ewes, Scour or Diarrhea IdJility, Hoven, Colic, &c.-Price 20s. per doz. The "RED DRENCH" For Cleansing Cows and Ewes, Fevers, Chills Red Water, Hide-bound, &c., prevents Milk Fever and Dropping.—Price (Cows) 13s.; (Ewes) 3a. 6d. per doz. r The CHEMICAL EXTRACT For anointing after Parturition, Straining and pre- venting Gangrene For all kinds of Wounds, Swollen Udders, and Sore Teats.-Prices, 2s. 6d 3s. 6d., and 7s. per bottle. The" GASEODYNE, For Heaving aUd Paining. It deadens excessive pain instantly, and quiets the nervous system.— Price 3s. 6d. ppr bottle. UNPARALLELED SUCCFSS OF DAY, SON, & HI,WITTS' Lambing, ^.Calving Chests, Price complete,^rfiage paid, 30s. and £ 3 3s. Write foamphlet and full details: ROYAL ANIMAL MEDICINE MANUFACTORY, 22, DORSET ST., LONDON, W. (Est. 1833). To LANDOWNERS, EsrATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS AND SURVEYORS. ORDNANCE MAPS Of all Scales kept in stock of the environs of Ellesmere Oswestry, Welshpool, Llanfyllin, Llanfair, Llan Soes' Caersws Newtown Machynlleth, Dinas Mawddwy' Kn«hto". Maps of any place in tie Central Wales comities and Shropshire procured from the 0. S. Map Department per return by post. Agents:-R. & M. OWEN, Printers and Map Agents, WELSHPOOL. Plans of Estates, Auctioneers' Catalogues and Posters, Conditions, and other printing at moderate cost. EDWARD A. GRIFFITHS, LICENSED SLAUGHTERER OF HORSES, COWS, &c., THE GLEDRID, NEAR (JHIRK, AND THE BOROUGH DEPOT; WREXHAM. To obtain Best Prices for Carcases, advise at once, WHEN FRESH, by Telegram or Messenger. Cost of Telegram allowed to Sender. Wrexham Qrders to Telegrams— SLAUGHTER, WESTON No. 7, BEAST MARKET. RIIYN." AGENT MR DAVID PARRY, POWIS ARMS WELSHPOOL. L Pt7^/6r NOTICES. IMPERIAL '"YEOMAXRY EgUIPMEIS^T Lord Harlech £ e. d. Mr and Mrs J parry.Jon ,s 50 0 0 M w'S He-?Wood Lonsd tie -.100 0 0 »°Kyna8ton 50 0 0 M°ro Keny°n> ••• 25 o o r ^anley Leighton Jf n 25 0 0 ^ajor the Hon G Ormsh; r 10 0 0 JrAJ5#H°Be" • -ore o 5, JJr A S GbrSer 10 0 0 AiajorLoMtt o 5 q (AndaTnrther V 5 0 0 r bought) f agun 18 General Schreih^ } Colonel Fisher ••• 5 0 0 Mr R Ll Kenyon 5 0 0 Mr ^v-V'mer Lewis 5 0 0 M' W pJlr;S°gl,M' •?' o S j -soo Mr R. B Smale 2 2 0 RwSro"T, f g. Mr Horace Lovett — 1 1 0 Mr A C Nicholson 1 1 0 Mr T II Craven 1 1 0 Mr W H Spaull ••• 1 1 0 Rev T Redfern ••• 1 1 0 Mr G Owen 1 1 0 I Further snbscrir»Hr>no5»v, T 1 0 Oswestry Banks or to ft**v Paid to the three treasurer of the'fund, f ayor' or T°wn Clerk MONTGOMER WAR FUND.) T7T T 1 T I L ^1ST 0F SUBSQRIB^io^vS. $ Mr Rudge, Stalloe 6 Bev CP Thomas W? 0 L/olJection Baptist,Churr T 0 10 6 Dr Robertson (ftf-rt) 0 17 0 Mrs WR BROWN I 1 0 0 Hcirn>on, Esq f ■■■ 1 1 0 O^ildren's Christmas P■■ 10 0 0 "Schools mas Pfrfcy at National Collection Forden WorkJouse PhQ i 1 10 0 p i, reQpest, per Mrs Fortune y ? ecting boxes— f 3 3 .1 Checkers' Hotel 0 Dragon Hotel n l Ui Cottage Inn 9 2i J' & S Wales Bank n n x Post Office J; 0 3 National Schools J | Mr R Maddox 2 I 9 £ 0 1 4 0 16 6 Total 1TO~1 J M Tn\ K J-1),ES. M'yor. 1 CH«L«:sp S W*B'»t.T»,„,er. T«» Clerk, lion Sec. mwwws Kit I T T" .C j are be re-comtnenoe<}j 1 EL WATKINS, »./ Hon. Sec. A N Earnest APPEAI is mafle for Subscriptions for buying flanne shirts and belts, etc., for the Service Squadrons of the'Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry ab Ilt to proceed to South Africa. Cheques and postal orders, also flannel shirts, cholera belts, s fcks, and Khaki-coloured knitted helmets, Tarn-c -Shanters, and Comforters (the latter 3 £ yards long ), will be received by Mrs Wentworth Forbes, Wei ihpool and Newtown Mrs Char es Dugdare, Terric £ Hall, Whitchurch and Mrs Williams-Vaughan, Bryn Hafod, Oswestry. JpOWERFUL & J^RAMATIC J^OVEL OF AN UNCONVENTIAL TYPE. CAPITAL PLOT! SKILFUL CHARACTERISATION! GRAPHIC STYLE! w We have pleasure in bringing before,-Che notice of our readers a Striking "WORK OF FIXTION which we have Secured for Issue in our Columns, BY IORICE GERALD, Author of "Misterton," "The Victoria Cross," "Cast Out," "Black Gull Rock," Jock- o'-Beach," Murray Murgatroyd, Jotirnalist," &c., &c. THE TITLE OF OUR NEW STORY IS THE CROWNING I OF ESTHER, AND THE OPENING CHAPTERS WILL APPEARS IN OUR COLUMNS, ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 20TH, 1900. THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC: A TALE OF WALES IN THE DAYS OF KING ARTHUR. PRICE ONE SHILLING. WELSHPOOL: SALTER & ROWLANDS, And may be obtained at Messrs Smith & Sou's Railway Bookstalls. From the Liverpool Courier, September 8th • Arthurian legends are always interesting, and a word of praise must be accorded Mr B C Hardy, who, in a capital little work, "The Adventures of Caradoc," published by Messrs Salter and Rowlands, COUNTY TIMES, Welshpool, has, with. the venue d his story in Wales, woven an attractive tale of the noble King and his trusty knights." THE ADVENTURES OF CAEADOC. 1S SALIOM^I Rowlands, Welshpool: 1899. The present litUe work, penned by B. C. Hardy, is one of the molt charming romances we have read for a long time Caradoc, who plays a leading part n the drama is a gallant soldier, who in time is selected as C»nt'- of the Kinjf, Guard, and subsequently becomes one of the Knights of the Round Table Tb! adventures which Arthur and his knight eo throng are graphically told, the sad death of the KW making a pathetic ending.-The Shooting Times and British Sportsman. S and j ] OSWESTRY IS)ti6s D PORTER ANDjDEpsS. R Ss- at Tbe Porter u"86' P ordinary duties) to assist "^nTrally0^ superintend the r gen \lnle her ordin^ i8SS Wi]1 b4 (in afldicion to and I rjd"ties) fco asfatron generally the Femafe /n the a4,ld difchargS female Inmates and Lgrants. Salaries Porter £ 25 L±;i8 «er annum, ith board, apartments'afcg, bat without tfeer or Beer money. 'g' thfvCb STaIar7 will be eaideduCtion n°ler the Poor-Law Officers' Suction Act, 1896. Applications in Candid^ siting, givin8 particulars as to age, ei, and previous pupations, with copies rimouials, to oe received by me, not JatetpBID>T'the 1 INSTANT. I C. BULL, Oswestry, 8th January, 1/ Clerk. MONTGOMERY qET CLUB. THI ANNUAL »ANCE I WILL TAKHE ON THURSDAY, FEBliY 22xD, 1900. t. DAVIES, Hon Sec. r TREWIr. THE ANNUA DANCE °N *» £ IBTH, 1900- Lady's Ticket, 2s 6d^nts' do, 3s. E. H. ltARDS, Hon Sec. TVNRI MONTGOMERY JSTRICT PENDENT ORDER OJDDFELLOWS, M.U. The ANNUAL MEETING Will be held at NwTOWN, ON THURSDAY, JANKRY 18TH, 1900. I (TPRRBLIC~ £ :NNER the PUBLIC T at 5 pm Carman: BRO. G. H^LLISON, ESQ. J;0l™B amongst otV,s wl]l \ie present Welshpool. ABERYSTWYTH FOOTBALL CLUB. PRIZE DRAW—WINNING NUMBERS. 2325,521,1285, 536, 2504, 935, 873, 408, 1477, 302, 2383, 1479, 3021, 509, 1980, 613, 4156, 1995, 2566, 2570, 1411, 1921. 529, 66, 1765, 301, 4221, 420, 59, 1498, 2061, 2176, 479 2435. 1446, 2216, 757, 1311, 21, 2488, 2485, 912 611, 457, 1803, 4133, 1785. Prizes may be had from the Hon. Sec., on and after January 15th, 1900. WELSHPOOL COUNTY SCHOOLS. HEADMASTER MR RE OWEN, M.A. HEADMISTRESS Miss ALICE J ROBINSON, Assisted by an efficient staff of Masters, Mistresses, and Visiting Teachers. The Schools rp-open on TUESDAY 16TH JANUARY, 1900. Entrance Examination at the Schools on Monday, 15th January, at 10 a.m. Tuition Fees: £5 5s. per Annum, payable in advance to the tindersigned. For Forms of Admission, Prospectus, and any fdrther information, apply to the Headmaster oie Head-mistress, or to EDWARD L. R. JONES, Welshpool, Clerk to the Governors. 4th January, 1900. NEWTOWN COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. HEADMASTER: A. S. TETLEY, M.A. HEADMISTRESS: MISS C. M. GLADDISH, B.A. (LOND.). Assistant Masters N. G. DAVIES, B.Sc. and A. E. SAUNDERS. Assistant Mistresses Miss A. C. JOHNSON and Miss E. JONES. THE NEXT TERM WILL BEGIN ON TUESDAY, 16TH JANUARY, 1900. Scholars prepared for University, Professional or Lusiness life. Special attention given to Com. mercial subjects..Practical work throughout the School in Chemistry, Physics,Cookery or Woodwork. School Fees, £ 5 5s a year payable in advance as follows: £2 2s for each of first two terms, £ 1 Is for the third term afterwards zCl 15s a term. For particulars of admission Entrance Examina- tion Scholarships and Bursaries, &c., apply to the Headmaster or Headmistress, 05 to MARTIN WOOSNAM, January, 1900. Clerk. EDWARD MORRIS, BARBER, BILL-POSTER AND DISTRIBUTOR, MAESGLAS, MACHYNLLETH. 't Bills posted and distributed in town and neigh- bouring district at moderate charges. SPECIAL SHOW OF INVITATION CARDS COUNTY TIMES OFFICES, WELSHPOOL & ABERYSTWYTH PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. "World's Fair," Agricultural Hall. "Savage Soui-h Africa," Olympia. Pantomimes at the Various Theatres. On TUESDAY, January 23rd, 1900, Cheap Excursion Tickets will be issued to LONDON. .I Times of Starting. Third Class Return. t From P m 2 Days 5 Days ^'Cemtnaes Road 1 45 16s 6d g a "Llanbrynmair 1 57 V 10s S"S Carno ••• 2 11 ) | Caersws .2 24 V C lt>S fe Moat Lane 2 o2 j Newtown .2 47 9s -|-Abermule 2 56 r 15g Montgomery 3 >ij ') Two Days Passengers return from London (Euston) at 10 0 p.m. on Wednesday, January 24th. Five Days Passengers return from London (Euston) at 8 45 a.m. on Saturday, January 27th. Times of Starting. j. From 2 & 5 One Two Five tÈ Days. Day. Day. Days. Days. 5 a p m °° Pool Quay 8 0 8 40) ?g 6d 9s 14s fFour Cr'sses 8 10 8 48 s fLlanfvllin 7 35 7 0^1 r3 | tLlanfechain 7 47 7 12 7s 6d 9s ;14s6d g fLlans'ntff'id 7 55 7 20) i O Llanymvnech 8 15 8 55 fLlynclys .8 24 9 2 g Oswest-y 8 40 9 40 2 Whittington S 44 9 4c 3 Frankton 8 52 9 50 7s 6d 9s 14s IE Ellesmere 9 0 10 0 Welsh'mpton 9 7 10 5 .5 Bettisfield 9 11 10 10 Fenn'8 Bank 9 21 10 1>JJ Day and Two Days Passengers retrn$i from London (Eustou) at 8 5Q^p.m, via Crewe dn Wed- nesday, January 24. Five Days Passengers return from London (Euston) at 2 15 riJJo ørewè eD Saturday, January 27. Ti f Passeneers for Llync.yp, Llansainblfraid, Llan- fechain, Llanfyllin. and Four Crosses returning by the 8 50 p.m. ex Euston iiave to wait several hours \b Oswestry, and those for Abermule by 10 0 p.m. go forward from Wetsbjtool 9 10 a.m. Children underi^JbWirs odL age, Free; above 3 and under 12, flafv-pricte. > All information re^fdi«W;jExcursion Trains and Tourist arrangeqjJftnta oaiyAfae Cambrian Rail- ways can be obtained trö Mr W. H. GOTTGH, Superintendent of the Line, Oswesjtry. THOUSAND MILE TICKETS. THE CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY issue FIRST CLA^S 1,000 and 500 MILE TICKETS, the Coupons of which enable the pur- chasers to travel between stations on the Cambrian e t Railways during the period for which the tickets are available, until the Coupons are exhausted. TW 01 each ticket is 5s 1,000 mivea. and ^>00 TXV\ r8,VTtry <"chet?ae8 to be'mA ™ able to the Cambrian Co. or order) from whom also books containing 100 certificates for authorising the use of the ticketB by pur- chaser Igyani i Iy, guests, or employes can be obtained, price 6d. each book, remittance to accompany order. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several stacks of well-harvested ofjjthe growth ot 1898, standing at the undfirmWioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, aiik £ gt(rriated to contain the respective quantities, more also undermentioned, viz.:— « ^stl- "j EstiV dated mated Station. weight. Station. weight- Tods. Tons. Overton-on-Dee 4 Boughrood 10 Weston Wharf 4 Cemmaes Road Llanymynech 7| |Glandovey zt Llansaintffraid 11| lYnyslas 41 Llanfyllin HJ |R0W Street 5I Welshpool 11 jPenuiaenpool 5 Abermule 6 Pensarn 41 Tjdwch 3 Criccieth 9 St. Harmons 4 Abererch 51 Doldowlod 7 Builbh 11 Total 132 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to R. BRAYNE, General Offices, Oswestry, Secretary. March, 1899. DREW & CO., OSWESTRY. MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS. fT^HE WATERS have been carefully analysed by GRANVILLE H. SHARP, F.C.S. (late Principal of the Liverpool College of Chemistrv). and compare favourably with those of any other Manufacturers of High-class Goods. They are strongly recommended for their purity and natural mineral properties and may be obtained of all First-class Hotels, Chemists, and other Agents, or direct from the OFFICES AND WORKS: KING STREET, OSWESTRY. SOLE AGENTS BY APPOINTMENT- GUINESS & CO. EXTRA STOUT. BASS & CO. INDIA PALE ALE. BREWERS OF THE CELEBRATED WHITE HORSE BRAND OF HOP BITTERS, Guaranteed to be brewed from the finest Kent Hops only. NO SUBSTITUTES USED. ADVERTISE your WANTS in the COUNTY TIMES" Three editions, one charg-e-21 words Is three weeks 2s 6d. HOTELS. THE LATE SIR JAMES CLARKE, M.D., says "A fortnight in Aberystwyth is equivalent to a month's residence in most Watering Places. Pure water from Plynlimon, soft breezes from the Atlantic, and excellent Drainage." A 1 BELLE VUE HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH.- Facing the Sea. Family and Commercial Hotel & Boarding House one of the Cheapest and most Comfortable in Wales. Board and Attendance from two and a half Guineas per week, or 9s per day, according to Bedroom. Table D'hote at 6-30 o'clock. Visitors wishing to be on Boaraing Terms, must give notice on arrival to the Manageress. Tariff on app- 3-ticli t) W. h. PALMER, PROPRIETOR. WATERLOO HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH.— mercial PRIVA 11' I: \).. EL and Boarding House is situate in the centre of the Esplanade, and commands an unbroken sea front TERMS MODERATE DURING WINTER MONTHS. A. E. & A. MORRIS, PR0PRT.GTBF.8SBE. WHITE HORSE HOTEL TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH walk- from 1 the Sea Three Minutes' walk from the Railway Station). This Hotel, which is situated most centrallv for Touristy. Cyclists, and Commercial Gentlemar has recently undergone extensive alterations, including the addition of new Coffee and Com- mercial Rooms, is replete with every comfort. PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS. STORE ROOM FOR CYCLES TARIFF STRICTLY MODERATE. M. A. REA, PROPRIETRESS. D-4-'i-.KGATE A BERYSTWYTH.—PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL, STREET, Fan-,ity an d STREET, Famuy and Commercial. This Hotel is situated in one of the principal Streets of the Town, and ie near to the station, the Castle, Pier, and Promenade. The House is old established aoc fully licensed. BED AND BREAKFAST FROM 3/6. GOQD STABLING. LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY. OPPOSITE THE NEW MARKET HALL. PROPRIETOR: 1. PAKRISH. TERMINUS HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. The Hotel is now under NEW management. It is situats close to the Station, and is the most convenient Hotel in Town for Travellers and others. Ii has recently been enlarged, and is now replete with every modern convenience, and is lighlec throughout with the electric light. T. E. SALMON, PF.OP:;IETOK. YVTNNSTAY & HERBERT ARMS HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH. First-class I amily and Commercial Hotel, situate in Maengwvn Street, and possessing ail the conveniences of a High-class Hotel. It has its own Stock Ro»ms, Livery Stables, and Coach Houses. Billiard Table. Posting in all its Branches. Buss meets all Trains. APPLY: PROPRIETOR. FREWYTHEN ARMS HOTEL, LLANIDLOES — Under new Manas-E- ment. First Clase Family and Commercial Hotel. Stock Rooms. Posting in all its Branches. Excellent Trou Fishing close to hand. BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. HEADQUARTERS FOR C.T.C. A. W. CORNFORTH, PROPRIETOR. REAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, NORTH WALES.—™' «EIM.-NOTC AND old-established Family and Commercial Hotel is one of the largest and most comfortable Hotels in North WA'°S contains large Commercial, Coffee, Smoke, Stock and Billiard Rooms, also Suites of Aoart," ments, Hot and Cold Baths, Electric Bells. Hotel Omnibus meets all Trains. POSC'N^ IN AL its Branches. First-class Accommodation for Cyclists. Stabling for over 150 Horses A. MARSTON, PROPRIETOR. 1 DAVID ROBERTS AND SONS, LTn, »\ -7 7^ i\r I THE TFANR^ RORAHKM. NEW TOWJL. G FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN north AND CENTRAL WALES. *OKTH FOUND WVRA W0JFDERFUL CURE FOR CHEST, COLD, SOE^THKOA/SP]?^' FSIATICA' NEURALGIA TOR FOOTBALL PLA™TT'P?^TB^ISES- ^VALLA £ £ POST FREE, 13. ^Yels1' Co., Aberystwyth. 1?, PRIVATE TURKISH and MENDIO 4TFT) RATHT TNREE Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia DVSNEN^ T" .V' -T>ATHS. 3 6 C TWT"' DM8W W-^2. W" K'W ^OBS*Z_P A B K O A T E STREET. ABARSTWTTR CYMRO RAZORS SOLD O;„3E FIXE3T WAERAXTED SXRAU '»■ 3- 6„. M. H. DAVIS AND SONS, J HARDWARE MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH. J. "I ■! Ittta——IM^—— >RESH SALMON FROM THE TFT FT WV- — ? AI\D OTHER RIVERS DAILY. DEALER IN WENHAM LAKE ICE. RICHARD SAYCELL. and poulterer, GREAT IS GAMLT COUNTRY ORDERS' PROMPIY D^CHE^ ABERYSTWTH, .J AMES 'V I lL lAMS, SIDNEY HOnSE, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH, GREENGROCER, FISH, GAME, & ToULTRv l** HOTFL A vn PT-DTT DEADER, BUTTER & EGG MERCHANT. HOTEL AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS CATERED FOR. *-LI"-L- — IINLTI'LMPT AfTEXTjoy GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. WARD'S CALCULATOR FOR BUILDERS, &C. CONTAINS TBfBER PARTICULARS OF BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., SCALES FOR PLANS AND MAPS, &c., &c. A most useful Compendium for all connected with the Buildiua Trade, the Management of Property &c. PRICE 6D., POST FREE, ötD. (Ix P.O. OR HALPBENXY STAMPS.) FROM THE SALTER & ROWLANDS OFFICE, WELSHPOOL VBT AND jones] "— PRACTICAL HIGH-CLASS TAILORS AND COSTUMIERS Beg to intimate that they are now showing Ranges of AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS SUITABLE FOR LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S WEAR. A NEW SELECTION OF SHIRTS, TIES, HATS, i-c„ FOR THE COMING SEASON A O — ADDRESS- 18, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL,