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SITUATIONS VACANT.. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of Houses 01 Apartments To Let u Wanted, Situations Vacant or Wanted, Articles Wanted or For Sale, Lost or Found, and all small wivertisements are inserted in the COeXTY TIMES the following charges, prepaid :— once 3 times 21 words Is. Od. 2s. 6d. 28" Is. 3d 3s. Od. Is. 61 3s.-6d. 42 „ Is. 9d. 4s. Od. No Advertisement is Booked at a less charge Inan 2s. 6d. TTTANTED, Steady Lad, used to horses, to work T ▼ under Coachman.—Apply, Mrs Beck, Trelydan Hall, Welshpool. WANTED a reliable man to deliver milk and t t to attend to cattle good house and garden. -Apply, Williams, Tyullwyn, Welshpool. WANTED, a carter to take charge of two TV horses.—Apply, giving references, to G Kempster, Llansaintffraid. DRESSMAKING.—Apprentice Wanted busi- ness well taught; comfortable home.—Mrs Smith, 113, Portland road, West Brighton. ",XT AX LED, Cook, (good plain).— Apply, stating T T wages, and full particulars, to Mrs Arthur Pugha, Gwyndy, Llanfyllin. WAXTED cook general, and housemaid age W 26 to 27, wages £12 to £ 16.—Apply, personal or by letter, Taylor, Panteg, Aberstwyth. WANTED immediately, 3 good cooks, 4 cook generals, 12 generals, housemaids, wait- resses, waiten, porters good characters essential. -Apply, Mrs Hardcastle, Grosvenor Chambers, Chester. WANTED, an experienced house-parlourmaid, TV under 24.-Apply, stating wages and time in last situation, to Mrs Tadiluck, Plas Ynyshir, Glandovev. XXJANTED.—Housemaid in small household t, light duties; Registry Office keepers need not apply.—Carpenter, Leadenhall, Aberdovey. XXTANTED, general servant; age IS to 20.— » T Applv, Mrs Green, New Inn, Gledrid, Chirk. A LL SERVANTS Wanting Situations should advertise in the COUNTY TIMES, which is read in every household in a very wide area. SIT UA TIG N S V rA N TED. MARRIED Man, age 35, seeks re-engagement as tt Farm Bailiff; first-class references from present employers.—W Hawkins, Grove Farm, Harrow, Middlesex. LOST. LOST, from Garreglwvd Farm, Guilsfield, a JLJ Welsh Ewe, II.J. on rump. Information to Mr Jones, Garreglwyd, Guilsfield. FOUND. • STRAYED, two months, a W elsh Hill Ewe, no raddle nor pitch mark if not claimed before February 15th will be sold to pay expenses.— Apply, P.C. Rees, Trefeglwys. a_ SALE bY PRIVATE TllEATY. HAY and Clover for sale, kins' at Cefncoch, may be delivered.—Apply, J Kelly, Llan- llugan, Newtown. A SET of Patent Harness for Sale to suit Pony 12 2; also Governess Car. — Apply, Mrs. Humphreys Jones, Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. FOR SALE. Mailcart for one or two children; -M- cost £2 10s, sell 12s 6d. Only wants new hood.—Apply, 3 Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. FOR SALE. Handsome Walnut sideboard, -E stands nearly 8 feet high nine bevelled plates in back. Leaving town to be sold at a sacrifice.—Apply, 3 Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. BICYCLE for sale, Warwick tyres, patent hub brake, only 26 lbs weight. Splendid machine, equal to new cost, £13 recently, sell £7.-3, Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. FURNITURE. — To be sold long, narrow -M' Kitchen-piece, grained oak, splendid condi- tion, 30s. Also skeleton bookcase, moveable shelves, stained walnut colour, size 5ft by 4ft. Price, £ 1 cost very much. Also floor coverings, good condi- tion.—3. Oldford Terrace, Welshpool. CYCLES, CYCLES, BARGAINS, 1,500 CY- CLES Free to any address, the most inter- esting and complete list of 1.500 Machines POST FREE. hingle Machine at Wholesale Trade Price. New and Second-hand Machines from 30 each. 500 New, latest 1900, Gent's Pneumatic Safeties. Marvellous Prices. 500 Ladies' New, latest 1900 pattern-bingle Machine at Wholesale Price. Write for large List. Post Free to anyone. Agents wanft-d. Marvellous Bargains. Send for List. WARRILOW & Co., Cycle Manufacturers, Weston- super-1Inre. TO BE LET. TO LET convenient house, 3, Oldford Terrace, "Welshpool. Rent, £ 13; early possession. —Applv on the Premises. TO LET. Hydan Cottages, four miles from -M- Welshpool, on the highroad to Llanfair; two good dwellings, with gardens, possession at Lady- Day next.—Apply, John Evans, Estate Agent, 24 Bread street, Welshpool. TO LET, with possession, small country Cottage -*L and garden, Llanymynech district, rent £5. Regular work for a steady wheelwright and car- penter references required.—Write, Box 17, Post Office, Oswestry. TO BE LET from May 12th, 1900, "Bank" Temperance Boarding House, Towyn, Mer- ionethshire.—Apply, Mr Wm Thomas, Ironmonger, Bran House, or Mrs Cotteiill, 9, Grange Road, Chester. TO LET.— House and Garden, Salop Road, Welshpool, at Lady-Day.—Apply by letter to Miss Pugh, Oaklands, Leightou. TO LET from 25th March, 1900, Dwelling House and Shop, London House," 15, Broad Street, Welshpool. These premises are situate in the best position in the Town of Welshpool.—Apply, Mr Thomas Morris, Auctioneer, Welshpool. TO LET. BANK HOGSE. NEWTOWN, now in the occupation of Miss Swift, containing Drawing ami Dining Rooms, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantry and Washhouse, 4 Bedrooms, Dressing Room and Lavatories. Particulars from the Misses Jones, Bank House, Newtown. MONTGOMERY. TO LET from Ladj-Uay next a compact House in good repair, situate in Kerry street.—For particular's apply to Mr E. Lloyd, 'The Rectory, Berriew. BERRIEW. TO LET from Ladv-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. TOW YN-ON-SEA, M Eul< )XETHSHIRE. TO BE LET, from 12th May next, No 2, Rhianfa, a charming Villa Residence at this popular resort; house fitted with modern domestic appli- ances; h. and c. water; sanitary arrangements perfect.—Apply, Messrs R Gillart and Sons, Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Towyn, Merioneth. DOLFORGAN ESTATE. TO BE LET immediately, with entry 25th March.. The Farm of Weston in the Parish of Kerry, Montgomeryshire, comprising, 101 acres, 2 roods, 35 poles. The farm house is in good order, and the buildings are suitable. Weston is distaut from Newtown and Kerry railway stations 2% and 2 miles respectively. All particulars and conditions on application to Alexander Anderson, Agent, Dolforgan Estate Of- fice. January, 25th, 1900. 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. II, MYTTON. PIANOFORTE TUNING.—JOHN JOHNSON JL Organist of St. Michael's, Kerry, begs to intimate that he is prepared to undertake the Tun- ing, Repairing and Regulating of Pine Organs. Harmoniums, American Organs, and Pianofortes, by yearly contract or otherwise. Few Vacancies for Pupils to Piano, Organ. Harmonium, Theory of Music, &c. Careful tuition. Terms, strictly moderate.—Address 1, Bay Villas, Commercial- street, Newtown. MELODRONS for Xmas. — A Nickel-plated Whistle will be given to every purchaser of a Jubilee Melodeon 6s. 6d. ebonised case, hand- some silver-plated fittings, strong double bellows, two complete rows of reeds, two stops. Sent on receiptof postal order. Carriage free. Cash returned if not approved.-Allen and Sons, Ltd., 68, Mardol, Shrewsbury. RATS RATS RATS 11!—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 and Sons. All Chemists. DICKSON S^I Seeds, Trees, Plants, Bulbs, &c. Genuine & Reliable, DIRECT FROM CHESTER. Q*LimiUd) Priced Catalogues Post Free. (^Address:—1"PIOKSONS, CHESTER. L. LEWIS, MONUMENTAL AND GENERAL MASONRY WORKS, SALOP ROAD OSWESTRY. IWWIWP '■ 'MWHUTWIWgHM HUGH DAVIES'S N CCUGH MIXTURE] NO MORE Difficulty of Breathing. if NO MORE Steepiess Nights. R NO MoRE Distressing Coughs. S DAVIES'S OOUGH MIX USE for COUGHS B DAVIES'S COUGH M'XTURE for COLDS N DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for ASTHMA S I DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for BRONCHITIS ■ DA" OOUGH MIXTURE for HOARSENESS jg DAv -il.S'3 COUGH MIXTURE tor JNFLUENZA gj DAVIES'S CuUGH MIXTURE ;or COLDS I DAVIES'S COUOH MIXTURE lor COUGHS M DAVIES'S OjUGH MIXTURE for SORE THROAT |§ DAVIES'S C J7JGH MIXTURE—Most Soothing ■ DAV'fE.S'3 COUGH MIXTURE warms the Chest ■ DA7133' COUGH MIXTURE dissolves the Phlegm ■ DAV, CuUGH MIXTURE ;'or COLDS N DAVIES'S COUOH MIXTURE lor COTJGHS M DAVIES'S OjUGH MIXTURE for SORE THROAT |§ DAVIES'S C J7JGH MIXTURE—Most Soothing ■ DAV'fE.S'3 COUGH MIXTURE warms the Chest ■ DA77-"3 COUGH MIXTURE dissolves the Phlegm ■ DAvI" v. rbtWH MIXTURE—for PUBLIC fi gj DAViSS'3 COUGH MIXTURE SPEAKERS S 't THE CHEAT WELSH REMEDY. 3 I i3%d. 2nd 2 9 BOiilss. Said Everywhere. 1 fj.. Sweeter than Honey. Children like it. H rHÙGH DAVIES, Chemist, MACHYNLLETH, § ¡¡;J'IIRIIií.: pRINTING, RULING, AND gOOKBINDING, EXECUTED NEATLY AT THE COUNTY TIMES OFFICE. WELSHPOOL. THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC: A TALE OF WALES IN THE DAYS OF KING i ARTHUR. PRICE ONE SHILLING. WELSHPOOL: SALTER & ROWLANDS, And may be obtained at Messrs Smith & Son's Railway Bookstalls. From the Liver]>ool Courier, September Stli "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 of his story in Wales, woven an attractive tale of the noble King and his trusty knights." THE ADVENTURES OF CARADOC. Is. Salter and Rowlands, Welshpool: 1899. The present little work, penned by B. C. Hardy, is one of the most 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 Captain of the King's Guard, and subsequently becomes one of the Knights of the Round Table. The adventures which Arthur and his knight go through are graphically told, the sad death of the King making a pathetic ending.—The Shooting Times and British Sportsman. -I pOWERFUL & ~J~^RAMATIC ~j^"OYEL OF AX U N C O X Y E N T I A L TYPE. CAPITAL PLOT! SKILFUL CHARACTERISATION GRAPHIC STYLE! We have pleasure in bringing before the notice of our readers a Striking WORK OF FIXTIOX which we have Secured for Issue in enr Columns, BY MORICE GERALD, Author of "Misterton," The Victoria Cross," "Cast Out," "Black Guli Rock," "Jock- o'-Beach," Murray Murgatroyd, Journalist," Arc., &c. THE TITLE OF OUR NEW STORY IS THE CROWNING OF ESTHER, AND THE OPENING CHAPTERS ARE NOW RUNNING. POSTERS printed in all colours at the COUNTY -t- TIMES Office, Welshpool, newest type; good 1 ¿.. 1, rwV. » 1 Q PUBLIC NOTICES. I GREAT DRAPERY SALE* if:-T. & R. EDWARDS,: Westminster House, Welshpool, WILL COMMENCE On MONDAY NEXT, February 5th, 1900. The whole of the New and Well-assorted Stock has been He-marked and Greatly Reduced. Intendiiio- Buyers should avail themselves of this grand opportunity. Come early and inspect the Stock, which will give Entire Satisfaction in Prices and Quality. We wish to call special attention to 0Mper:v OUR LEADING DEPARTMENTS- MILLINERY, MANTLES, JACKETS AND CAPES, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING—A SPECIALITY. SPLENDID VALUE IN BLANKETS, SHEETS AND QUILTS. DRESSES IN GREAT VARIETY. DON'T PAIL TO COME EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS AT WESTMINSTER HOUSE. -tr"V'" .ID,14':2..o¡¿ ;IlI.II ESTABLISHED 1851. P, E N E AV A fi OF LEA S E.-During alterations and until Further Notice WHEATLEY & SONS, Will remove the whole of their Valuable Stock of PIANOS, ORGANS, HARMONIUMS, MUSIC & MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS ANI. PAINTINGS, TO THE Old Assembly Rooms, Great Dackgate Street, Aberystwyth, And will be offered at a GREAT REDUCTION FOR CASH. Bargains for Everyone. Don't fail to give a Call. Letters and Telegrams as usual. WHEATLEY & SONS, ABERYSTWYTH. rt 1D1UB. -]1.)'æ-,a:t 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. CWO R K* A BOTTLED BY DISTILLERS ONLY, AND iX JlrfiX EXPRESSLY FOR US. "BLACK BOTTLE" TEN FEARS OLD. SCOTCH. PER DOZEN, 46s. CAN ONLY bE OBTAINED AT REA'S STORES, 48, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. "J]:t,rl?:¡'W ;C.=muI=SÜ: ,L JONES (LATE E. O. JONES & SONS), |j COAL MERCHANT, CANAL WHARF, dIm: SEVERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. I.' u ",p,-=- 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. -¡:a.- -r- .jr •« tt"?» y rr -wra «oiicr raagyar—.illllljac A FIRE /i ,I\'JYt.> SUN INSURANCE OFFICE >(' V,) ;v Tj LJ SUM INSURED IN 1898 EXCEEDED £ 430,000,000 For all particulars apply to the following Agents— Welshpool—Mr DAVID WALL. Lhwfyllin-Mr W. A. PUGHE. Oswestry-Mr T. WHITFIELD, Auctioneer. Newtown and Llanidloes—Mr HENNHI ROWI.&NDS. Montgomery—Mr GEORGK WELDINGS. Cariio-Alr DAVID EVANS, Railway Station. WELSHPOOL SAVINGS BANK, (SEVERN STREET). BANK HOURS. Mondays llto 1 o'clock Saturday Morning 11 to 12 oclock I MONTGOMERY BRANCH (At the Town Hall, Montgomery). First Thursday in every month 1 to 2 o'clock Interest allowed £2 10s. per cent per annum. Depositors may now deposit from one shilling to £ 50 in one year. Depositors are requested to produce their Books for examination once a year as required by the Savings Banks Act Amendment Act. JOHN EVANS, SECRETARY. ESTABLISHKD OVER HALF A CENTURY. E. F. ALLEN & SONS, LIMITED, 68, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY. PIANOS & ORGANS By all the leading English and Foreign Makers, On the One, Two and Three Years' Purchase Sys- tem, or Wholesale Discount for 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, WELSHPOOLjj AND DISTRICT visited every fortnight. jj THE SYMPHONION." I PENNY IN THE SLOT MUSICAL Box.11 Placed in Hotels Free on Application. THE «GR AM OPHON E." TALKS, SINGS, PLAYS, AND DANCES. The Greatest Wonder of the Age. PRICE SD 10s. Sole Agents for Shropshire: ALLEN & Soxs, liS, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY. A AR)ON,V ATKIN, BUILDER, CONTRACTOR, And TIMBER MERCHANT. UNDERTAKER, &c, WELSHPOOL. All Kinds of BuildillK Materials 1 Ç4,! t :ïi8Øv.liIIiio.. I. & G. LLOYD, COACH BUILDERS, Alfred Place, ABERYSTWYTH. Carriages made to order on the shortest notice. Experienced Men kept for all Branches. CARRIAGES FOR SALE. f.7.r¿VA;w:»-¡.L; ESTABLISHED IN 183b. FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRADE STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES (STUBBS' LTD.), 42, GRESHAM STREET, LONDON, E.C. Subscribers, by obtaining timely information, through THE STATUS ENQUIRY DEPARTMENT, MAY AVOID MAKING BAD DEBTS. Every Trader should read STUBBS' WEEKLY GAZETTE, With which is issued a Supplement containing LISTS OF CREDITORS Under all the Important Failures. THE COMMERCIAL REGISTERS Contain more than NINE MILLION ENTRIES. Debts Recovered Promptly And remitted to Subscribers On TUESDAY and FRIDAY in each week, BRANCHES at Aberdeen, Birmingham, Blackburn, Bradford, Brighton, Bristol, Belfast, Cardiff, Cork, Croy- don, Dublin, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Hud- dersaeJd, Hall, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, London (West End), Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Sheffield, Southampton. Sander- land, Swansea, Wolverhampton. SUB-OFFICES :—Buxton, Cambridge, Derby, Dumfries, Gloucester, Greenock, Grirnsby, Halifax. Hanley, Inverness, Ipswich, Limerick, Londonderry, Middlesboro', Newport (Mon ), Northampton, Oxford, Perth, Preston, Reading, Stockton-on-Tees, Torquay, Walsal 1, Waterford, Worcester, York. TERMS: -.tl IE., k-2 2s., Z3 3s., 95 5s., according to requirements. PROSPECTUS forwarded on application to any of the above Offices M. WILLIAMS & SON TOBACCONISTS, Have the FINEST ►•>'il1OCIv in the County of PIPES, POJCHES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, And every requisite for the Smoker. 1.1.. THE LEADING BRANDS IN STOCK. & 4, C II U R C II STJSEBT (Opposite the Bull Hotel,) WELSHPOOL. X -i!c,, Ecr tl;e L N PIPES, T KIHK & SONS' YOBACCO'S, and the Cele- brated G BD PIPES. TRY KlllK'S MILD PERIQUE MIXTURE. MILLINERY FOR WINTER. SUITABILITY, STYLE AND PRICE. MADAME BELLIS IS NOW S II O W I N G A G R A N D S E L E C T ION OF MILLINERY, LATEST WINTER FASHICNS AND NOVELTIES, AT HER ESTABLISHMENT (' (, TUITION. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL 1 TERM COMMENCES JANUARY 15TE. Preparation for tiip UNIVERSITY LOCALS, PRECEPTORS PUBLIC SCHOOLS. SHORTHAND CERTIFICATE AND CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Over 100 passes daring 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. IIILES, Head Master. THE COLLEGE, QUEEN'S PARK, OSWESTRY. PRINCIPALS THE MISSES HOULT. THE SCHOOL, which has 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. 7. 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. EWAUT, 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, DRAWl KG: MR. J. H. APPLETON,"CERT. ART MASTER. School Re-opens JANUARY 16TH, 1900. Pupils requiring Railway Season Tickets will please apply to me forthwith. JOHN EVANS, 6, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. Clerk. GIFFORD CANT, 19, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL. (OVER STAR TEA CO.) FEES TEETH: Strictly Finest illoderate Quality consistent proeurabJr with English or materials American. and work- manship. TEETH STOPPED, SCALED OR EXTRACTED CAREFULLY. HOURS 9 A.M. TO '7 P.M. DAILY. IMPORTANT NOTICE. DURING THE WAR "rTTH THE TRANSVAAL, BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT TELFGRAMS 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. In the event of serious conflicts between the opposing armies during the* week SPECIAL EDITIONS of the "COUNTY TIMES" con- I 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 o, delivered by their Newsagents on arrival. Newsagents should send in their n Orders for the Special Editions so I that they may be forwarded by the ADDRESSES. rrllE COLONS „ L_4 I S COT C H f W HIS KY. !?_ ui »^. i'ik A Whisky of || Thoroughly the | J and Highest Excellence." I Naturally Matured." ofey" A Safe and Reliable Stimulant."—GRANVILLE H. SpARpB, 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, WHOLESALE SPIRIT MERCHANT, NEWTOWN. *"™ jg-.— FIRE. Jgt LIFE. Koyal INVESTED I I ANNUAL j t T FUNDS \1 i'tw* OMiTki'lVi-y INCOME, sr- is- Yfirvzr £ 9,550,477. \X £ .2,862,379. ¡ ,ü ( SHROPSHIRE & MID-WALES BRANCH— PRIDE HILL, SHREWSBURY. LOCAL DIPFCTO-PS I E. BWILLIAIS-VALGHAN, EsQ., (Messrs. Longritjville & Co., Oswestry), Vice-Chairman. LYDE BENSON. Esn.. Larden Cottage, Much Wenlock. J W. ST. A. ROUSE BOUGHTON, Esq.. Fishmore, Ludlow. I T. H. BURD, Esq. (Messrs. Burd, Son, and Evans), Shrewsbury. 1 J. MARSHALL DUGDALE, Esq., Llwyn, Llanfyllin. 1 OWEN SLANEY WYNNE, Esq., Dorrhyd. Dolgelley. 1 H. W. FELL, Esq., Shaving-toll Grange, Market Drayton. 1 FIRE and LIFE INSURANCES of every description effected. Fire Risks Inspected, and rates quoted free of charge. ABSOLUTE SECURITY combined with MODERATE RATES of PREMIUM. R. D. JONES, Local Manager. ■■um^M.ii>f.Tpu|«nyg.:TTtr|r-r|||W | -VKN6.W" II—i T i ■MB!————» ■■um^M.ii>f.Tpu|«nyg.:TTtr|r-r|||W | ||||ll III llll ■ HI II 11 II — III "TT nT~HII III"" 'II ~T|¥«|HI|I|| II—i »*rr" R. JONES AND SONS» i COACH BUILDERS, J! NORTH PARADE & CAMBRIAN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. x -xj THE OLDEST COUNTY FIRM. LOXDOX EXPERIENCE. ESTIMATES FREE BY POST. — PENDING EXTENSIVE ALTERATIONS IN PREMISES ENTRANCE WILL BE BY CAMBRIAN STREET. ..JS3:8ii5.Jjj- -Y"IS&rX-z;. THE J^BERYSTWYTH JgJNAMELLED SLATE AND MARBLE WORA-S. JJOSKING AND JJILLER CAMBRIAN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, SCULPTORS AND MONUMENTAL MASONS, MONUMENTS, Headstones, Crosses, and Mural Tablets executed in Best Style in Granite Marble, Slate, or Stone, at Moderate Prices. ESTIMATES FREE. fegff CARDIGANSHIRE CARRIAGE WOR K[S. x iff iim I,, J. G. WILLIAMS, PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDER, V 7 V/W CHALYBEATE STREET, NR. RAILWAY STATION, ABERYSTWYTH. New Carriages of Own Manufacture on hand, 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 equipued in thecounty." PRIVATE ADDRESS—13, BAKEEt STREET. c.. j D CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EARLY CLOSING EXCURSIONS ARE CONTINUED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. (Third ClasB Early Closing at Day of Week CheaP T;C(ket8 !T™n °n For"! *ftnrn T Trail' 011 ^turn J e issued to iward Journey Fares. Journey. Same day. Day. Half- Day. Half-: P.M. P.M. P.M. — Day. I Day. i ELLESMERE THURSDAYS. Oswestry .h A.M. P. -111 08 5 21: or9 40 Llanymynech | ) 2 17 1 3 j 9 22 Overton-on-I)ee: 12 10 0 6 4 li. 6 50 or 9 Baneror-on-Deei y 10 40 or 0 10 0 8 4 J? 6 43 8 53 Wrexham ) 2 25 1 6 1 0 3 5!. 6 30 8 40 ( 12 5 Whitchurch .i i or 1 21 4 30 6 40 or 8 55 2 15 1- Half-Day. :(-_J_ P.M. P.M. S. d. OSWESTRY THURSDAYS. Overton-on-Dee! 155 10 4 15 6 50 or 9 0 I i Lllesmere j 1 55 or 4 15 0 8 5 0 7 9 9 22 i Llanymynech..| 2 50 0 5 5 7 7 45 8"55 Llansaintffraid 3 30 1 0 7 20 Llaufyilii- 3 30 £ | f 7 0 Welshpool J 2 50 S 1 6 4 47 7 10 8 30 A.M. P.M. WELSHPOOL jTHURSDA YS.1 Llanymynech. 11 10or 3 20 0 10 7 57 Oswestry 11 10 „ 3 20 ) f » 7 35 Ellesmere 11 10 „ 3 20 1 | 7 9 Overton-on-Dee 11 10 I 2 3 6 50 Montgomery. 11 40 „ 3 40 0 8 I 4 Zl or 8 5 Newtown j 11 40 „ 3 40 1 3 4 1 7 50 f Llanidloes P.M. P.M. 1 3 7 40 NEWTOWN SATURDAYS Llanclinam. 12 14 or 4 15 0 9 7 55 and Caersws 12 14 4 ]5 0 7 2 24 or 7 25 TIILItSDAYS Montgomery. 2 47 4 15 0 9 7 20 8 46 I. Welsh pool .1 2 47 4 15 1 3 7 5, 8 30 Half-Day. s. D. P.M. R.M. P.M. LLANIDLOES WEDNESDAYS Rhayader ) P.M. 16 7 6 Fantydwr ) 3 35 0 9 7 19 Llandinain t 5 0 7 4 47 8 30 or 9 30 Newtown s 1 3 4 15 7 45 9 10 Moat Lane (for Caersws) i 2 5 0 10 4 40 8 25 „ 9.25 MACHYNLLETH THURSDAYS Giatiuovey 0 Half- f 0 6 5 25 or 6 17 t Borth Day. 13 3 5 7 6 0 Aberystwyth.j 1 28 4 45 „ 5 40 Aberdovey .| [ [1 3 6 LÎG" 8 17 Towyn 1 6 6 33" 8 0 Barmouth \j 2 6 5 55" Dinas Mawddwy; 1 35 1 3 4 30 ABERYSTWYTH .WEDNESDAYS Street 12 30 or4 45 O 6 -6-il;-7 41- Llanfihangel. 12 30 „ 4 45 0 8 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 .j 12 30 } q 5 28 6 55 Aberdovey 12 30 > 6 46 Towvn 12 30 2 3 6 33 l,'zLrTl'.OUti-I 12 30 3 0 5 55 V ,T. ;II.' ,:t', s 'v s- V ( ) ,t. i -1 \)