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SITUATIONS VAC AN 2. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of Houses 01 Apartments To Let 1r Wanted, Situations Vacant or Wanted, Articles Wanted or For Sale, Lost or Found, and all small advertisements are inserted in the COUNTY TIMES the following charges, prepaid :— once 3 times 21 words Is. Od. 2s. 6d. ?8" Is. 3d .3s. Od. J5 „ Is. 61 3s. 6d. 42 „ Is. 9d. 4s. Od. No Advertisement is Booked at a less charge aum 2s. 6d. WANTED, an Agent for the Cardiganshire TV Conservative Association, to commence February 16ch.—Apply stating salary required, and references to Charles Lloyd, Esq., 2, Manilla Road, Clifton, Bristol, on or before January 21st. AGENT wanted for Welshpool and district, one who has a sound connection amongst hotels, business houses, and private families good com- mission to thorough reliable man. H Goodwin and Son, Cider Stores, Hereford. BLACKSMITH Wanted at once a good hand -0 at Shoeing and Jobbing.—Apply, Williams, Smithy, Weston Rhyn, near Chirk. TO BLACKSMITHS — Wanted good jobbing hand and shoer.—Apply, W Riddell, Estate Timber Yard, Powis Castle, Welshpool. WANTED, good Moulders.—Clay and Sons, W Victoria Works, Oswestry. FITTERS. Wanted two experienced fitters.— Apply, TURNER Bros., Cambrian Iron Works, Newtown. PORTER wanted, also Engine Cleaner must be -I- strong and sober men.—Apply, stating age and wages required, to J R Dix, Corris. TO TAILORS. Wanted at once a good general hand; constant employment for a steady, reliable young man good lodgings.—Apply, Evan Jones, Cemmes R.S.O., Mont. WAXTED at Lady-day next, a strong active Tt young married man as waggoner, must be a good ploughman. Wages 16s per week in summer and £.3 extra for the two harvests and 17s 6d per week in winter. Also a strong active married man as general workman, one who can hedge and thatch and do any work required on a farm. Wages 16s per week and £3 extra for the two harvests.— Apply with references to Mr Langford, Chirbury. WANTED on February 1st, for Pen-llwyn W Home Farm, an experienced Working Foreman to act under the directions of the bailiff. Must have a good knowledge of sheep and dairy cattle. Will live at Home Farm.—Apply by letter to J Marshall Dugdale, Esq., Llwyn, Llanfyllin. WANTED, at once, a steady Man, used to VT horses and garden.—Apply, Mrs P A Beck, Trelydan Hall, Welshpool. WANTED, a married man as working Farm W Bailiff, and to assist with stock when required. Good cottage and garden rent free.— Apply, FRANCIS, Lower Leighton, Welshpool. MANSERVANT, useful in.door, wanted for country house; clean plates, wait at table, and be generally useful.—Address, stating age, wages, reference, and all particulars, Alpha, 115, High street, Stourbridge. WANTED at once, several good Shirt Hands, VT to work out.-Apply, Pryce-Jones Ltd., Royal Welsh Warehouse, Newtown. WANTED, immdiately, good plain Cook; also tV Housemaid, for small family good wages. —Mrs Kiugslev, 14, Ashville road, Birkenhead. WANTED.—Housemaid in small household TV light duties; Registry Office keepers need not apply.—Carpenter, Leadenhall, Aberdovey. WANTED, general servant; age 18 to 20.— Vt Apply, Mrs Green, New Inn, Gledrid, Chirk. HOGSEoPARLOCRMAID (good) Wanted -d Church woman.—Apply, stating wages, Mrs Fearon, the Vicarage, Leek, Staffordshire. WASTED immediately, plain Cook, general; TV also young girl as Housemaid, must have had some experience.—Apply, Mrs Thorne, Kings- land, Shrewsbury. WANTED, a General Servant, from 16 to 20 W years of age.—Apply, Mrs Mason, 2, Tegid Villas, Towyn. WANTED, general Servant, must be able to do TV plain cooking.—Apply, Mrs Williams, Park Hall Farm, Oswestry. WAXTED a Plain Cook, one who can wash and iron; no dairy or baking; two in family. —Apply, Mrs McLean, Red House, Guilsfield. WANTED an experienced Nurse to take charge VT of two boys, age 2 and 3, and attend to the nurseries. Age about 24; good wages given.— Apply, MrsPeppe, c/o Dr Hawksworth, Welshpool. WANTED a strong girl as general, age 17 to TT 18.—Apply, MRS SMOUT, Canal Tavern, Castlefields, Shrewsbury. WANTED, good General Servant; wages no object.—Apply, with references, to Mrs Arthur Pughe, Gwyndy, Llanfyllin. WATED a well-educated Young Lady as W Apprentice to the Stationery; out-doors. —Apply, SALTER, 21, Berriew street, Welsbpool. HOUSEMAID WAITRESS wanted (expe- -tjL rienced) in country house; three in family; under housemaid kept good wages.—Address, stating age, wages, reference, and all particulars, Alpha, 115, High street, Stourbridge. WANTED, good Cook, for country house; no kitchenmaid, but assistance given; only three in family; must make good bread; no dairy good wages.—Address, stating age, wages, refer- ence, and all particulars, Alpha, 115, High street, Stourbridge. ALL SERVANTS Wanting Situations should advertise in the COUNTY TIMES, which isuead in every household in a very wide area. SITUATIONS VrANTED. MARRIED Man, age 35, seeks re-engagement as Farm Bailiff; first-class references from present employers.—W Hawkins, Grove Farm, Harrow, Middlesex. SALE 11Y PRIVATE TREATY. A SET of Patent Harness for Sale to suit Pony 12-2; also Governesfl Car. Apply, 11rs Humphreys Jones, Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. 1 oung Pedigree Hereford Bulls for Sale.— Xv Apply to DAVID PRYCE, Great Weston. Montgomery. GEX1"S BICYCLE for sale, Warwick tyres, patent hub brake, only 26 Ibs weight. Splendid machine, equal to new; will be sold a bargain.-3, Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. FOR SALE, 2.h.p. horizontal Crossley Gas JD Engine, tube ignition. Large galvanised circulating tank, in good condition. Reason for disposal, electric motor substituted. Apply, Pryce- Jones, Limited, Newtown, North Wales. FOR SALE, 10 Horse Power Portable Engine JL and Boiler by Marshalls, Gainsborough Insured by the Vulcan Boiler Insurance Company to work at 60 Ibs. pressure. Has been thorough 1; overhauled and re-tubed within the last si: months. Reason for disposing—too small fo present requirements. May be seen working,— Full particulars from Pryce Jones, Limited Newtown, North Wales. MELODEONS for Xmas. A Nickel-plate< 1.1- Whistle will be given to every purchaser o a Jubilee Melodeon 6s. 6d.; ebonised case, hand some silver-plated fittings, strong doable bellows two complete rows of reeds, two stops. Sent 01 receipt of postal order. Carriage free. Cash returnei if not approved.—Allen and Sons, Ltd., 68, Mardo Shrewsbury. MISCELLANEO us. GARTH, WELSHPOOL. TO LET—Small Cottage, back of Moelygarth. FOR SALE at Garth, a few Shropshire Shearling Rams and Ram Lambs. 3 Pedigree Shorthorn Yearling Bulls. All kinds of Grain. Special orders for Timber, Crate Stuff, and Sawn Logs executed. D. H. MYTTON. _'# TO BE LET. TO LET.—House and Garden, Salop Road, Welshpool, at Lady-Day.—Apply by letter to Miss Pugh, Oaklands, Leighton. HOUSE TO LET, 3, Oldford Terrace, Welshpool JLl very convenient, rent £13 per year. Apply on the premises. 4 BERYSTWYTH.—Roomy House, in North A. Parade, with stables and coach-house to let. Immediate possession.—Apply, D Humphreys, 4, Portland street, Aberystwyth. TO BE LET from 25th March next, a Cottage with 5 Small Closes of Land adjoining, situate near the Chapel, Cefnycoed, LlandvssiL—Apply to Bennett Rowlands, Estate Agent, Newtown. npo LET from 25th March, 19C0, Dwelling House JL and Shop, London House," 15, Broad Street, Welshpool. These premises are situate in the'best position in the Town of Welshpool.—A.pply, Mr Thomas Morris, Auctioneer, Welshpool. MONTGOMERY. TO LET from Lady-Uay next a compact House in good repair, situate in Kerry street.—For particulars apply to Mr E. Lloyd, The Rectory, Berriew. BERRIEW. TO LET from Lndy-dav next, a good House and Garden, with Lime Kilns and Wharf and four acres of Land.—For particulars apply to Mr E Lloyd, The Rectory, Berriew. TO LET. BANK HOUSE, NEWTOWN, now in the occupation of Miss Swift, containing Drawing and Dining Rooms, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantry and Washhouse, 4 Bedrooms, Dressing Room and Lavatories. — Particulars Ifrom the Misses Jones, Bank House, Newtown. RATS RATS RATS !—A Truro Farmer writes — After using a Is 2d Pot of HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" RAT POISON, I picked up 150 dead rats." Equally good for Mice, Moles and Beetles. Dogs and cats will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave NO smell. Price Is. 2d., 2s 3d., 3s. 8d.; postage 2d.—G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Welshpool, W. Bishop; for Oswestry, T Williamson; for Newtown, Morgan tinct Sons. All Chemists. A FiRS s u N ,j INSURANCEOFFICE KoeD% SUM INSURED IN 1898 EXCEEDED £430,000,000 For all particulars apply to the following Agents— Welshpool—Mr DAVID WALL. Llanfyllin-Mr W. A. PUGHE. Oswestry—Mr T. WHITFIELD, Auctioneer. Newtown and Llanidloes-Mr BENNETT ROWLANDS. Montgomery—Mr GEORGE WRLLINGS. Oarno-JHr DAVID EVANS, Railway Station. DICKSON Seeds, Trees, Plants, Bulbs, &c. Geni^ine & Reliable, DtRECT PROM ^$^7 CHESTER. D(Li^Ud).S Priced Catalogues Post Free. ^Address"DICKSONS, CHESTER.") COUNTY TIMES AGENTS. ABERYSTWYTH.— County Times Office, Chalybeate Street; Mr Jenkins, Stationer, Great Darkgate Street; Messrs Smith and Son, Railway Bookstall; Mr J Roberts, tobacconist, Terrace Road Messrs Evans Bros., Pier Street ABERDOVEY.—-Mr G. Williams, newsagent. ABERMULE.—Mr W. E. Jones, signalman. ABIORGYXOLWYN.—Mr. W. H. Rowlands, Postman. ARTHOG.— Mr. Owen Jones, Bookseller. BAR.MOUTH.—Mrs. Arufield, Stationer Messrs Smith & Son. BORTH.—Messrs Smith and Son. BERRIEW.—Mr J. Gornall; Mr Williams, Grocer. BETTWS.—Mr Edward Morris, Top Shop. BISHOP'S CASTLE.-—Mr John Downes, Union Street BETHLEHEM, LLANFAIR.—Miss Jane Pryce, The Shop BWLCHYCIBAU.—Mr Watkin Gittins, smith BUTTINGTON.—Mr W. Morris. CASTLE CAEREINION.—Mr E E Jones, Post Office. CHIRBURY.—Mr Edwin Taylor.^ CHURCHSTOKE.—Mrs Griffiths. CORRIS.—Mr. Evan Edwards, Bookseller, Glanydon CAERSWS.— Mr T. E. Jones, Hawthorne Villa. CEMMAES—Mr T. Phillips, The School. CARNO.—Mr Arthur Humphreys, Brynhyfryd. DOLFOR—Mr Rees Williams, Post Office. DINAS MAWDDWY.—Mrs Evans, Post Office. DOLGKLLEY.—Mr. E. Y. Williams, Newsagent; Mrs Arnfield, Stationer Mr John Roberts, 4, Victoria Buildings. ELLESMERE.—Mr V. C. Everett FERNDALE.—Mr W. Davies, 21, Oaklands Terrace. FORDEX.—Mr John Jones, flem Cottage. GLANDOVEY JUNCTION.—Messrs Smith and Son. GARTHMYL.—Mr E. R. Owen, Nag's Head. GUILSFIELD.—Mrs Gwilt, The Mill. GARTHBEIBIO.—Mr David Jones, Pantywaun KERRY.—Mr William Bebb. LLANIDLOES.—Messrs Smith and Son Mrs Owen, LONDON.—Messrs Everett and Son, Bell's Build- ings, Salisbury Square, E.C. High Street. LLANBRYKMAIR-Mr W. Daniels, Wynnstay Shop. LLANRHAIADR.—Mr Henry Jones, Newsagent. LLANBADARN FAWR.—Mr Simon, Post Office. LLANGURIG.—Mrs Lewis, Smithy. LLANDYSSIL.—Mr W. Corfiekl. LLANFAIR.—Mr E. James, butcher, Pool road. LLANERFYL.—Mr Thomas Roberts, Tyn-y-Rhos. LLANSANTFFRAID.—MrE Davies,Cambrian Cottages LLANYMYNECH.—Mr Joseph Jones, Porter. LLANFECHAIN.—Mrs Jones, Church Gates. LLANFYLLIN—Mr Watkin Lloyd, Temperance. LEIGHTON.—Mrs Griffiths, Blacksmith's Shop. LLWYNGWRIL.—Mr. T. Griffiths, Cambrian Stores. MACHYNLLETH—Messrs Parsons and Son, Burcombe House, Maengwyn Street; Messrs Smith and Son. MONTGOMERY.—Mr W. P. Marshall, Post Office. MEIFOD.—Mr Edward Morgan, Allt-y-Aner. MERTHYR VALE.—Mrs Powell, Post Office. NEWTOWN.—Mr Isaac Jones, Kerry Road Mr F. W Cooke, Stationer; Messrs Park and Son, Stationers; Mr C. J. Newell; Messrs Smith and Son, Railway Bookstall; and Mr J. Griffiths, 37, Broad Street. NEW MILLS.—Mrs Jane Thomas. OSWESTRY.—Mr J. W. Williams, Cross Street; Messrs Smith and Son Messrs Bayley and Co., Church Street; Mr Davies, Vine Cottage; Mr E. T. Williams, Leg Street; Miss Wilson, 67, Church Street Mr G E Evans, Sub-Post Office, Beat- rice street; Mr E. Morris, Confectioner, 50, Willow Street. PONTYPRIDD.—Mr W. H.Kay, Stationer. PONTROBERT.—Mr E Dryhurst Roberts, The School. POOL QUAY.—Mrs Pryce, The Shop. PENYBONTFAWR.—Mr J. E. Jackson, School House. RHAYADER.—Mrs Pryce, Wye Cottage. 3 RUABON.—Mr. James Smith, Newsagent, Crane Street, Cefn; y SHREWSBURY.—Messrs Smith and SOll; Mrs M. v A. Rainford, 9, Castle Gates. X TREFEGLWYS.—Mrs M. Jones, Lion Shop. r TREFNANNEY.—Mr George Jones, Brynover. TREFLACH—Messrs Beckitt & Co., Grocers. TREJIARRIS. Mr James Jones, Thomas Street. TREGYNON.—Mr Edward Thomas, Smithy. cl TOWYN.—Mr. R. W. Jones, Stationer, Berwyn F House; Mr. R. P. Jones, Newsagent, 2, National Street; Messrs D. Edwards & Co.; Messrs Smith j & Son. WELSHPOOL.—Mr Gwynne, Broad Street; Messrs d Smith and Son, Railway Bookstall; Mr A. J. 1 Blair, Berriew Street. WHITTINGTON.—Mr Morris, Newsagent. ADDRESSES. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE. T. R. JONES Begs to announce that previous to removal to T IAD E TT T JT J he "ill offer the WHOLE OF HIS STOCK AT VERY SUBSTANTIAL REDUCTIONS. GREAT BARGAINS WILL BE OFFERED IN MANTLES, JACKETS, CAPES, MACKINTOSHES, DRESS MATERIALS, COATS AND SKTKTS, MILLINERY, FURS, &C. ALL GOODS HAVE BEEN RE-MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. REMNANTS AT HALE-PRICE. SALE will COMMENCE on MONDAY NEXT, JAN. 15th, AND CONTINUE FOR 14 DAYS. A VISIT OF INSPECTION WILL BE ESTEEMED. ) NOTE ADDRESS- LONDON HOUSE, WELSHPOOL. "a BEBB, CONFECTIONER, NEWTOWN. Catering for Banquets, Luncheo,ns, Dinners, Wedding Breakfasts, Ball Suppers, Tea Parties, &c. carried out in the Best Style. TERMS ox APPLICATION. TENTS, CUTLERY, PLATE, &c., LENT ON HIRE. 'III r.¡ A'Q BOTTLED BY DISTILLERS ONLY, AND .RVLJIL- EXPRESSLY FOR US. "BLACK BOTTLE" TEN YEARS OLD. SCOTCH. PER DOZEN, 46s. CAN ONLY BE OBTAINED AT REA'S STORES, 48, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. 1L R. H. JONES (LATE E. O. JONES & SONS), 1 COAL MERCHANT, CANAL WHARF, SEVERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. J DEALER IN CEMENT, FIREWOOD, BRIQUETTES, COKE. SAND, STONE CHIPPINGS, PEAT MOSS LITTER, HAY, &c. Cannock, Wrexham, Ruabon and Hanwood Coals. SPECIAL QUOTATIONS FOR TRUCK LOADS. GENERAL CARTER. -J7'õ.I:.2>IT" v. WHEATLEY AND SONS' Musical Instruments are noted for durability. Special Lines for XMAS PRESENTS. Auto-harps, 3 chords, 5s; 6 chords, 10s. Banjos, nickel silver rims, 21s. 30 Brackets, 25s. Zither Banjos, 21s. Concertinas, 20 keys, 2s. 6d., 3s., 3s. 6d., 4s. Lachenal's Make Patent Angelo. 30 keys, 50s. Melodions, 2 stops, 2 sets of reeds, 4s., 4s. 6d., 5s., 5s. 6d.; 3 sets, 7s., 7s. 6d., 8s. Chromatic, 27s. 6d. Mouth Organs, Mandolines, Violins, Cases, Strings and Fittings, Music Folios, Stands, Stools, &c., in great variety, Monopols, Symplionions, Gramophones, and Automatic Organs, Pianos, Organs, and all Kinds of Music and Musical Instruments, at WHEATLEY & SONS, I MUSIC DEPOT, 46, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. 1 W Ie & G. LLOYD, COACH BUILDERS, Alfred Place, ABERYSTWYTH. ""V 1 XX \VV it Carriages made to order on the shortest notice. 1^ J Experienced Men kept for all Branches. D.. ——— CARRIAGES FOR SALE. m.¡'l"t7.¡;'IiiJJ..ILddI'-Øt- DAVIES' BALSAMIC COUGH LINCTUS The most speedy and effectuaLRemedy tor COUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, HOARSE- NESS. Loss OF VOICE, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING, and all other affections of the Chest, Throat, and Lungs, arising from Cold. This invaluable preparation has now been before the public for twenty years with the greatest success, and the proprietor has no hesitation in saying that the in- creasing demand, and the many daily commendations passed upon it, form an ample guarantee of its extra- ordinary merit. The following are selected from many other testi- monials LEIGHTON, WELSHPOOL, Nov. 23, 1880. Dear Sir,—When my son came home from town on Saturday last his voice was quite gone. I gave him a dose of your Linctus, which he brought with him, and in half an hour he could speak quite well. MARY EDWARDS. THET, WALL, WARRINGTON, March 21, 1883. Sir,-I am pleased to bear testimony to the remark- able efficacy of your Cough Linctus my brother sent me. It cured my daughter of a long-standing Cough in a short time. HENRY BECKETT. HELDRE, BUTTINGTON, WELSHPOOL, Nov., 1889. Dear Sir,—I have had a Cough for over seven years, which your celebrated Linctus has completely cured. Yours truly, SARAH GRIFFITHS. PREPARED ONLY RY WILLIAM BISHOP, DISPENSING CHEMIST, Powy s-land Pharmacy, Welshpool. Sold in Bottles, at 1/H and 2/9 each, post free. N.B.—Be careful to ask for Davies' Cough Linctus, and do not be persuaded to buy any other kind. pRINTING, RULING, AND BOOKBINDING, EXECUTED NEATLY AT THE COUNTY TIMES OFFIC3. WELSHPOOL. L. LEWIS, MONUMENTAL AND GENERAL MASONRY WORKS, SALOP ROAD OSWESTRY. Billposting in Aberystwyth. Try a 3 or 6 Months' Billposting Contract for town and country districts. The results will please you. Send your Posters to the ABERYSTWYTH AND DISTRICT BILLPOSTING COMPANY Proprietors of the largest and BEST Hoardings in Aberystwyth and District. Send for List of Stations. Billposting done on most reasonable terms. Advertisers are invited to inspect the Protected Hoardings of this Company. Satisfaction guaranteed. Address all communications and parcels to HERR PAREEZER, Billposting Company, Pareezer Hall. Queen Square, Abprystwvth. IMPORTANT NOTICE. DURING THE WAR WITH THE TRANSVAAL, BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT TELEGRAMS Will be wired to the COUNTY TIMES OFFICE up to SATURDAY MORNING, SO THAT THE COUNTY TIMES WILL CONTAIN THE MOST RECENT NEWS OBTAINABLE FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. .v:f In the event of serious conflicts between the opposing armies during the week SPECIAL EDITIONS of the COUNTY TIMES" con- taining fullest and latest news will be issued. These Editions will only be published when important en- gagements occur, and all residents in Mid-Wales who wish to have the earliest news of the War should order these Special Editions to be delivered by their Newsagents on arrival. Newsagents should send in their zn Orders for the Special Editions so that they may be forwarded by the arliest train. TUITION. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL 1 TERM COMMENCES JANUARY 15TE. Preparation for the UNIVERSITY LOCALS, PRECEPTORS PUBLIC SCHOOLS, SHORTHAND CERTIFICATE AND CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Over 100 passes during the last five years in above examinations. 30 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. PRINCIPALS: THE MISSES HOULT. THE SCHOOL, which bag been successfully JL carried on at Castle Buildings, is now re- moved to the premises in Queen's Park, so long known as the Salop School." The house, which was built for a School, is in every way admirably adapted for the purposes, having Large and Lofty School and Class Rooms and Dormitories, and Recreation Ground. Resident English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, and visiting PROFESSORS. Preparation for Oxford Local, College of Precep- tors, and Music Examinations. Home Comforts. Careful Training. TERMS MODERATE. Next Term commences THURSDAY, JANUARY 18. Boarders assemble the day previous. Prospectus on application. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: MR. DAVID SAMUEL, M.A., (Cantab). SENIOR MISTRESS: Miss E. M. EWAKT, M.A. (Vict.), ASSISTANT MASTERS AND MISTRESS MR. W. P. FULLER, M.A., (London), MR. THOMAS OWENS, MR. J. H. HOWELL, B.A., B.Sc. (Lond.) MISS S. E. THOMAS, DRAWING: MR. J. H. APPLETON, CERT. ART MASTER. School Re-opens JANUARY 16TH, 1900. Pupils requiring Railway Season Tickets will please applv to me forthwith. JOHN EVANS, 6, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. Clerk. ESTABLISHED OVER HALF A CENTURY. E. F. ALLEN & SONS, LIMITED, 68, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY. PIANOS ATORGANS By all the leading English and Foreign Makers, On the One, Two and Three Years' Purchase Sys- tem, or Wholesale Discount fur Cash. Delivered Carriage Free by Road any Distance. MUSIC 4s. COPIES Is. 6D. EACH POST FREE. PIANOFORTE TUNING.—Tunings contracted for by the Year. All orders punctually attended to in Town or Country. NEWTOWN, WELSHPOOL AND DISTRICT visited every fortnight. THE SYMPHONION." PENNY IN THE SLOT MUSICAL BOX. Placed in Hotels Free on Application. THE "GRAMOPHONE." TALKS, SINGS, PLAYS, AND DANCES. The Greatest Wonder of the Age. PRICE £5 10s. Sole Agents for Shropshire ALLEN & SOXS, 68, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY. GIIFORD CANT, 19, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL. (OVER STAR TEA CO.) FEES TEETH: Strictly Finest 110derate Quality consistent procurablf'flH^gEg|Hg0j|^gfl^ with English first.class or materials American. and work. manshi p. TEETH STOPPED, SCALED OR EXTRACTED CAREFULLY. HOURS 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M. DAILY. EAGLES VAULTS, SEVERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, P. R. HILL, PROPRIETOR. Lassell and Ales. Bottled Stout. Wines and Spirits-Best Quality. Cigars—Best Brands. nSSTSSSS" CCUGH MIXTURE NO MORE Difficulty of Breathing. NO MORE Sleepivss Nights. NO M oRE Distressing Coughs. DAVIES'S COUGH 2fliXTUK,E for COLDS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for ASTHMA DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for BRONCHITIS DA" COUGH MIXTURE for HOARSENESS DAViS'O COUGE MIXTURE for JNFLUENZA DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for COLDS DAVIES'S COOGH MIXTURE for COUGHS I DA' GOUGH MIXTURE for COUGHS DAVES'S COUGH MIXTURE for SORE THROAT DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE-Most Soothing DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE warms the Chest DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE dissolves the Phlegm DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE-for SINGERS DAVIES'S COUGH MiXTURE-for PUBLIC DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE SPEAKERS THE GREAT WELSH REMEDY. 13!d. and 2\9 Boi^ss. Sold Everywhere fl Sweeter tha.n Honey. Children like it. B DUGH DAVIES, Chemist, MILLINERY FOR WINTER. SUITABILITY, STYLE AND PRICE. MADAME BELLIS IS NOW SHOWING A GRAND SELECTION OF MILLINERY, LATEST WINTER EASHICFS AND NOVELTIES, AT HER ESTABLISHMENT SEVERN ST NEWTOWN. PUBLIC NOTICES• rrllE COLONJJ^ „ Ie I SCOTCH WHISKY, 1 "A Whisky of IR* P ^23 "Thoroughly 1 jw m the '§•'< and Highest Excellence." Naturally Matured." ji^V- B "A A Safe and Reliable Stimulant."—GRANVILLE H. SHARPI, F.C.S. j See Certificate of Analysis on every Bottle. THIS FINE OLD WHISKY CAN BE OBTAINED FROM ALL LICENSED DEALERS, OR DIRECT FROM THOMAS SWIFT, J WHOLESALE SPIRIT MERCHANT, NEWTOWN. t FIRE. FFEF1 LIFE. ROYAL) t INVESTED I < I ANNUAL B FUNDS INSURANCE INCOME, | COMPANY I £9,550,477. N. £2,862,379. f SHROPSHIRE & MID-WALES BRANCH— m PRIDE HILL, SHREWSBURY, F LOCAL DIRECTORS A E. WILLIAMS-VAITGHAN, E> > (Messrs. Longueville & Co., Oswestry), 1 Vice-Chairman. 1 LYDE BENSON, Esq., Larclen Cottage, Much Wenlock. A W. ST. A. ROUSE BOUGHTON, Esq., Fishmore, Ludlow. M T. H. BIJRD, Esq. (Messrs. Burcl, Son, and Evans), Shrewsbury. !H J. MARSHALL DUGDALE, Esq., Llwyn, Llanfyllin. « OWEN SLANEY WYNNE, Esq., Dolrbyd, Dolgelley. W H. W. FELL, Esq., Shavington Grange, Market Drayton. FIRE and LIFE INSURANCES of every description effected. Fire Risks Inspected, ll and rates quoted free of charge. ABSOLUTE SECURITY combined JK with MODERATE RATES of PREMIUM. V I R. D. JONES, Local Manager. rl!ØJl!R;ta II. JONES AND SONS, „ CO ACS BUILDERS, NORTH PARADE & CAMBRIAN STREET, ■'> ABERYSTWYTH. THE OLDEST COUNTY FIRM. LONDON EXPERIENCE. 7J;- ESTIMATES FREE BY POST. ——— PENDING EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS IN PREMISES ENTRANCE WILL BE BY CAMBRIAN STREET. :Œ ¿r;t"T THE ABERYSTWYTH ENAMELLED SLATE AND MARBLE WORKS. JJQSKING AND JJILLER CAMBRIAN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, 1 SCULPTORS AND MONUMENTAL MASONS, MONUMENTS, Headstones, Crosses, and Mural Tablets executed in Best Style in Granite. JLrJL Marble, Slate, or Stone, at Moderate Prices. ESTIMATES FREE. CARD IGAN SH IR E CARRIAGE WORKfS, „ J. G. WILLIAMS, 1 PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDER, CHALYBEATE STREET, xf jy V7 \y* Nil. RAILWAY STATION, ABERYSTWYTH. H' New Carriages of Own Manufacture on band, of Best Material and Finest Workmanship throughout. RUBBER TYRES FITTED TO ALL VEHICLES IF REQUIRED. G. WILLIAMS invites inspection of Works, which is the largest and best equipped in theCounty.; PRIVATE ADDRESS—13, BAKEK STREET. j CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EARLY CLOSING EXCURSIONS ARE CONTINUED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. 1 Third Class Third Class Cheap Tickets Train on For- Return Train on Return Early Closing at Day of Week jssned to ward Journey Fares. Journey. Same day. 1 Day. Half- Day. Half- P.M. P.M. ■. P.M. — Day. Day. ELLESMERE THURSDAYS. Oswestry ) A.M. P.M. 0 8 5 2fi or 9 40 Llanymynech ) 2 17 1 3 9 22 Overton-on-Dee 12 10 0 6 4 1!) 6 50 or 9 Bangor-on.Dee, > 10 40 or 0 10 0 8 4 0 6 43 „ 8 53 Wrexham ) 2 25 1 6 1 0 3 5ii 6 30 „ 8 40 C 12 5 j Whitchurch ■< or 1 2 4 30 6 40 or 8 55 ( 2 15 Half-Day. P.M. P.M. S. d. OSWESTRY THURSDAYS. Overton-on-Dee 1 55 1 0 4 15 6 50 or 9 0 Ellesmere .1 1 55 or 4 15 0 8 5 0 7 9 „ 9 22 Llanymynech.. 2 50 0 6 5 7 7 45 8 55 Llansaintffraid 3 30 1 0 7 20 Llanfyllir 3 30 ,( 7 0 Welshpool. 2 50 S I 4 47 7 10 „ 8 30 A.M. P.M. WELSHPOOL THURSDAYS I Llanymynech.. 11 10or 3 20 0 10 7 57 Oswestry 11 10 „ 3 20 f 7 35 Ellesmere 11 10 „ 3 20 1 D 7 9 Overton-on-Dee 11 10 2 3 6 50 Montgomery. 11 40 3 40 0 8 4 31 or8 5 I Newtown .111 40 „ 3 40 1 3 4 15 „ 7 50 f Llanidloes ) P.M. P.M. 1 3 7 40 NEWTOWN SATURDAYS i Llandinam. 12 14 or 4 15 0 9 755 AND Caersws. 12 14 4 15 0 7 2 24 or 7 25 THURSDAYS I Montgomery. 2 47 4 15 0 9 7 20" 8 46 ■=: Welshpool 247" 4 15 1 _8 30 Half-Day. s. D. P.M. P.M. P.M. LLANIDLOES WEDNESDAYS Rhayader ) P.M. 16 7 6 Pantydwr ) 3 35 0 9 7 19 Llandinam o 5 0 7 4 47 8 30 or 9 30 Newtown ) 1 3 4 15 7 45 „ 9 10 Moat Lane (for Caersws) 2 5 0 10 4 40 8 25 9 25 -I MACHYNLLETH. THURSDAYS Glandovey Half- f 0 6 5 25 or 6 17 Borth Day. 1 3 5 7 „ 6 0 Aberystwyth. [ ■< 90 „ 1 9 4 45 5 40 Abercovey I 1 3 6 46" 8 17 j Towyn 1 6 6 33 „ 8 0 1 Barmouth J L 2 6 5 55 „ Dinas Mawddwy 1 35 1 3 4 30 L T 1 ABERYSTWYTH WEDNESDAYS Bow Street 12 30or4 45 0 6 6 11 or 7 41 j Llanfihangel 12 30 „ 4 45 0 8 6 6 „ 7 36 Borth 12 30 4 45 1 0 6 0" 7 30 Glandovey. 12 30 ,,4 45 1 3 5 43 7 13 Machynlleth 12 30 Q 5 28 6 55 < Aberdovey 12 30 ) 6 46 i i Towyn 1230 2 3 6 33 Barmouth 1230. 3 0 5 55 C. S. DENNISS, Oo-mnany's Offices, Oswestry October, 1899. Orr.or-i' V' 4