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SALES BY AUCTION. Newtown, M ontgomeryshire. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF AX IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. To be Sold by Auction by MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, At the Elephant Hotel, Newtown, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 2ND, 1900, 25 LOTS OF VALUABLE PROPERTY, Comprising about 25 COTTAGES, WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF GARDENS, BUILDING SITES AND LAND, situate near or adjoining Commercial Street, Commercial Road, Frank well Street, Canal Road and Canal Wharf. THE "ELEPHANT" HOTEL AND 4 SHOP £ AND HOUSES adjoining in Broad Street. THE ARMOURY AND STABLES and a HOUSE AND GARDEN in Severn Place. A Piece of Garden Ground or Building Site near the Railway Station. SEVERAL PIECES OF VALUABLE LAND and the OLD TOLL BAR TENEMENT, adjoin- ing the Llanidloes Road. Also Several Pieces of Accommodation Land situate at the Gwestydd, about two miles from the town. Plans and particulars are in preparation, and when ready may be obtained from H. Swetteni.am, Esq.. Estate Agent, 4, Bank Buildings, Chester; the Auctioneers, Chirburv, Shropshire; or Messrs. Harrison & Winuall, Solicitors, Welshpool. THIS DAY (SATURDAY). SALE AT NEW COTTAGE, GASTHMYL OF THE SERVICEABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Commencing at One o'clock. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, Auctioneers. MONTGOMERY. "JVTESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL, & POOLE are instructed by the Executors of the late Irs IS Williams, to Sell by Auction in the Town Hall, ON THURSDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 15TH, The whole of the superior HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, Silver and Plated Goods, Old China Ser- vices, Paintings and Engravings, about 15 DOZEN OLD WINES und SPIRITS, a few Outdoor Items, and numerous other Effects. Sale at 1-30. Catalogues on application to the Auctioneers. In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Mr Justice Kehnnch. 1899, B384. RE JAMES DOLBY BELHAM, DECEASED, RlCliARDES v YATES. ABERYSTWYTH. Nos. 2 to 6 (inclusiTe) CASTLE TERRACE Particulars and Conditions of Sale of the five desirable LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES, KNOWN AS Nos. 2, 3,4, 5 and 6, CASTLE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH Within a stone s throw of the Sea and close to the Old Castle Grounds. Four rented to excellent tenants, and producing rentals amounting to L142 per annum, and No. 6 will be sold with vacant possession, but until reoeutly lec at X40 per annum, which will be Sold by Auction by MR. J. E. JAMES (with the approbation of his Lordship, Mr Justice Kekewich, the Judge to whom this action is attached, pursuant to the order therein dated the 13th day of July, 1899), at the Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth, ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 1900, At three o'clock in the afternoon, in five lots, pur- suant to the particulars and conditions. )L Particulars and conditions of Sale may bo had gratis of Messrs H. B. Worrell and Son, Solicitors, 80, Coleman Street, London, E.C. of Messrs Woosnam and Smith, Solicitors, of 27, Chancery Lane, London, W.C.; of Messrs Smith, Davies. and Co., Solicitors, Aberystwyth; of Mr Hugh Hughes, Solicitor, Aberystwyth; and of the Auctioneer, at 12, North Parade, Aberystwyth, and at the place of Sale. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. LODGE PARK, NEAR GLANDOVEY. MR. J. E. JAMES has received instructions by the Executors of the late P. P. Pryse, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, ON TUESDAY, 20TH FEBRUARY. 1900, The whole of the Saddlery, Horse i Cloths, Stable Uten bils, also seyeral Mountain Ponies and Cobs, 3 Milch Cows, 1 Heifer, 4 Store Pige, 2 Carriages, and numerous other useful articles. Full particulars will appear shortly. MONTGOMERYSHIRE (On the Border of Shropshire). TO be Sold by Private Treaty, either together or separately, the following Valuable Freehold Properties :— IN HYSS1NGTON PARISH. A. R. 1'. The Llan, a superior small residence, with lodge, outbuilding, woods, and land 116 1 15 Hyssington Farm 169 3 32 Yew Tree Farm 73 3 37 Pinfold Farm 28 3 1C Two Pasture Fields 9 0 19 Hyssington Blacksmith's Shop and Cottage 0 2 3 Three Cotta ges and Gardens 0 3 5 Also the undermentioned Desirable Farms IN ASTON PARISH. Aston Hall Farm 183 2 24 Middle Aston Farm 64 1 7 The Whymn Farm 230 3 37 for further particulars apply to Mr E H Morris, Auchoneer and Lnnd Agent, Chirbury, Shropshire, ?r ^ssrs Butcher and Barlow, Solicitors, Burv, Lancashire. EDWARD MORRIS, BARBER, BILL-POSTER AND DISTRIBUTOR. MAESGLAS, MACHYNLLETH. Bills posted and distributed in town and neigh- ouring district at moderate charges. SALES BY AUCTION. ESTABLISHED 1869. WHITFIELD AND SON'S FAT, DAIRY and STORE STOCK AUCTIONS IN THE OSWESTRY SMITIIFIELD. Every WEDNESDAY at 10 30. EARLY ENTRIES SOLICITED. ABERYSTWYTH. No. 39, HIGH STREET AND No. 27, SOUTH ROAD, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE TALBOT HOTEL, ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1900, at 3 30 o'clock in the afternoon, by MR. R. K. JENKINS, THE FOLLOWING DESIRABLE AND IMPROVING PROPERTIES, Subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced LOT 1.—All that Leasehold Messuage or Dwelling House, being No 39, High-street, situate at the corner of High-street and Southroad, and have a frontage to High-street, of 17 feet and to Southroad a frontage of 24 feet now let to Mr Doughton, mar- iner, as yearly tenant. The premises are most suitable for conversion into a shop and are held for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 4th October, 1808, granted by the Corporation of Aberystwyth, subject to an annual ground rent of Is ld. The purchaser will be entitled to apply for a re- newal of the existing lease for 75 years on the conditions in force on the Corporation Estate. LOT 2.-All that Messuage Dwelling House, Yard, and Premises, No 27, South-road, with immediate possession. The premises are held under an agreement for a lease from the Corporation for 76 years from the 12th November, 1894, at an annual ground rent of 2s 6d and an annual commuted fine of E2 17s Od. The property is subject aiso to an annual rent payable to Mrs Gammon, of L2 5s Od for 11 years. These premises have a frontage to South-road of 18 feet. The agreement containing the terms and condi- tions of the renewal of the existing lease can be inspected at the Office of the Vendors' Solicitor at any time previous to the sale. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, Mr li K Jenkins, No 10, Portland-street, or of the undersigned, A J HUGHES, Portland-street, Aberystwyth, Solicitor for the Vendor. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MR R. K. JENKINS will sell on FEBRUARY 21ST and 22ND, 1900, the whole of the superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., at Craiglais House, V ictoria Terrace, Aberstwyth. WILLIAMS AND NICHOLSON AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, OSWESTRY. (ESTABLISHED 1876). MESSRS. WHITFIELD AND BATHO, AUC. -TIONEEIZS & VALUERS, 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 OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD. v; |"ESSRS WM. HALL, WATERIDGE AND i.'flL OWEN will Sell by Auctiou in conjunction with MR G. A. DOODY EVERY WEDNESDAY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR, FAT AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, LAMBS PIGS AND CALVES. Sale at 10 30 a.m. Offioss Bank Chambers, Oswestry. 1000 HORSES. dglOO PRIZES. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD & SONS' MARCH SALES. March 14th and 15th — Harness Horses and Hunters. Friday, 16th-Show Cobs and Ponies. March 21st and 22nd—Wagon and Lurry Horses. Friday, 23rd—Shire aud Hackney Stallions, Shire Mares and Fillies and Young Horses. Enter early for good position, close March 3rd. DAY, SON, & HEWITTS' REMEDIES FOR DIFFICULT LAMBING AND CALVING ABSOLUTELY INDISPENSABLE. The" GASEOUS FLUID" For prostrated Cows and Ewes, Scour or Diarrhoea, Debility, 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) us. t>d. per doz. 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 and Paining. It deadens excessive pain instantly, and quiets the nervous system.- Price 3s. Gd. per bottle. UNPARALLELED SUCCFSS OF DAY, SON, & Hi WITTS' Lambing & Calving Chests, Price complete, carriage paid, 30s. and £3 3s. Write for Pamphlet and full details: ROYAL ANIMAL MEDICINE MANUFACTORY, 22, DORSET ST., LONDON, W. (Est. 1833). POSTERS printed in all colours at the COUNTY JL TIMES Office, Welshpool, newest type good style; moderate charges. PUBLIC NOTICES. THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE SOUTH AFRICA WAR FUND. zE s. d. Amount previously acknowledged .333 7 6 Captain Mytton (3 weeks) 1 10 0 Capt Morris, Pentrenant 5 0 0 Meifod Parish, per A. W. Williams-Wynn, Esq. 61 0 0 Coedway C.M. Chapel 1 1 0 Saron C.M. Chapel 4 2 5 Caersws C.M. Chapel 3 10 0 Caersws Baptist Chapel 1 16 4 Caersws Wesleyan Chapel 0 6 1 Llandysilio Parish 32 18 2 Llandysilio Ball Committee 5 0 0 Pontrobert Church 0 10 0 £ 450 1 6 Subscriptions may be paid to the North and South Wales Bank, Welshpool. BOROUGH OF OSWESTRY. THE OSWESTRY VOLUNTEERS FOR THE TRANSVAAL Will be entertained at a PUBLIC DINNER AT THE QUEEN'S HOTEL, OS'.VESTRY, ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13rn, 1900, At 630 p.m. precisely. THE MAYOR (R. H. MASON, ESQ.) Will preside. The Dinner will be open to any of those who may wish to attend, and apply for tickets on or before noon on Monday next. As only a limited number can be provided for, early application is requested at the Queen's Hotel, Oswestry. Tickets (3s 6d each) may also be obtained from the Mayor, the Town Clerk, Major Bull, and Colour-Sergeant G. Alldritt, or from Messrs Woodill, Minshall & Co. MEMBERS OF THE ARMY, NAVY AND RESERVE FORCES ARE REQUESTED TO ATTEND IN UNIFORM. Town Hall, Oswestry, Feb 8. THE WAR! THE WAR!! A GRAND CONCERT AND T DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT will be given in the MARKET HALL, ABERYSTWYTH, ON WEDNESDAY, 21ST FEBRUARY, 1900 BY THE ROYAL CARDIGAN ARTILLERY. Proceeds to be expended in necessary comforts to be sent from Aberystwyth to the Welsh Regi- ment in South Africa. Reserved seats, 3s; body of hall, 2s; back seats (limited), Is. Doors open at 7 30, commence at 8. LLANIDLOES DISTRICT PLOUGHING MATCHES ASSOCIATION. THE NINTH ANNUAL MATCHES Of the above Association of Ploughing, Hedging, Ditching, Horse .Shoeing, and Competition of Horses, Brood Mares, Yearlings and Suckers, will be held (weather permitting) on WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH, 1900. (Or the first open Wednesday thereafter) ON LLWYNYBRAEN FARM, In the Parish of Llanwnog. PRESIDENT SIR JAMES JOICEY, BAgT. M.P., GREGYNOG. Schedules of prizes, entry forms, and all infor- mation may be obtained from Members of the Committee, aLd the Hon. Secretary. Chairman—Mr Evan Jones, Henblas. Vice- Chairnian-iltr Evan Hughes, Park. Treasurer- Mr Richard Savage, Penyborfa. Hon. Sec. Mr John Phillips, Llwynybraen, Caersws. NEWTOWN FOOTBALL CLUB. A MEDAL COMPETITION Has been arranged, and intending Competitors should apply AT oxen: to the Hon. Sees., MESSRS BEALE AND GRIFFTHS. Entries Close Shortly. THE CENTRAL MONTGOMERYSI HRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. THE SECOND ANNUAL COMPETITIONS Of the above Association of Ploughing, Hedging, Ditching, Competition of Horses, Brood Mares, and Fillies foaled in 1898, will be held (weather permitting) ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22ND, 1900, (Or the first open Thursday thereafter), ON GLANMEHBLI FARM. In the Parish of Kerry. President: J. NAYLOR, ESQ., BRYNLLYWARCH HALL. Vice-President: J. B. WILLANS, ESQ., DOLFORGAN HALL. Schedules of Prizes, Entry Forms, and all information may be obtained from Members of the Committee, and the Hon. Sec. Chairman—Mr W Alclerson, Glanmeheli. Vice- C htirtian iAl r J Pryce Ilighgate. Treasurer—Mr T Jones, Brynllywarch. Hon. See.-liir J. Edward Venables, Penygelly, Kerry. K. G. MORGAN, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, FRUIT & POTATO MERCHANT, 7, BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. Wedding Bouquets, Wreaths, Crosses, Sprays, and Choice Cut Flowers on the Shortest Notice. EDWARD A. GRIFFITHS, LICENSED SLAUGHTERER OF HORSES, COWS, &c., THE G LEI) RID, NEAR CHIRK, 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 Orders to Telegrams— SLAUGHTER, WESTON No. 7, BEAST MARKET. RHYN." AGENT MR DAVID PARRY, POWIS ARMS WELSHPOOL. PUBLIC NOTICES. WELSHPOOL AND LLANFAIR LIGHT RAILYI AY COMPANY. NOTICE IS HE.IERY GIVEN that the Firt (Statuary) Ordinary Meeting of the Share- holders of the We.shpool and Llanfaiar Light Railway Company will be held at the Town Hall, Welshpool, on Thursday, the 1st day of March next, at 12 o'clock (noon), lor the Election of the Directors and Auditors and fo) the transaction of the General Business of the Company. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that immediately aft>r the termination of the Busi- ness of such Meeting, a Special General Meeting of the Shareholders wil, be held at the same place for the purpose of sanct" in"š an Agreement between the W elsbpool and L,) .fair Light Railway Company and the Combrian Railways Company for the con- struction and use, working, maintenance and management of the .ndertaking of the Welshpool and Llanfair Light Railway Company by the Cam- brian Railways Company upon the terms therein mentioned. Dated this 8th day of Februarv, 1900, JOHN EVANS, Secretary. LLANFYLLIN UNION. FORDED UNION. I THE Undersigned, Hereby Give Notice, that $the AUDITS of the Accounts for the Half- year ended the 29th. day of September, 1899, of the above-mentioned Unions, and of the several parishes therein, will severallv commence at the respective places auf' at the respective times stated below :— LLANFYLLIN UNION—At the Board Room of the Guardians of the Poor of the said Union at Llanfyllin, on Monday, the 5th day of Mar -h, 1900, at 12 o'clock noon. FORDEN UNION—At the Board Room of the Guard; ins of the Poor of the said Union at Forden, on Friday, the 9th day of March, 1900, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 6th day of February, 1900. (Signed) WILLIAM GRIFFITH, District Auditor of the North Wales Audit District. SCHOOL HOARD ACCOUNTS. I The Undersigi ed, hereby give Notice, that 9 the AUDITS of the ACCOUNTS of the undermentioned School Boards for the year ended Michaelmas last will severally commence at the respective places, and at the respective times specified below :— LLANFYLLIN, at the Union Workhouse, Llan- fyllin, on March 5th, 1900, at 10 a.m. HIRNANT, at the Union Workhouse, Llanfyllin, on March 5th, 1900, at 11 a.m. LLANRHAIADR-YN-MOCHNANT, at the Union Workhouse, Llaifyllin, on March 5th, 1900, at 11-30 a.m. LLANGYNOG AND PENNANT UCHA U.D., at the Union Workhouse, Llanfyllin, on March 6th, 1900, at 12.30 p.m. LLANERFYL, at :,e Union Workhouse, Llan- fyllin, on MarcL 7th, 1900, at 12-30 p.m. LLANFAIR CAER at the Union Work- house, Llanfylliu, on March 7th, 1900, at 2-30 p.m. Dated the 7th day of February, 1900. (Signed) WILLIAM GRIFFITH, District Auditor of the North Wales Audit District. TO THE GUARDIANS OF THE LLANFYLLIN UNION. aENTLEMEN,—I beg to Thank yon for the support you gave me on Thursday last. Trusting you will never have any cause to regret appointing me to the post as I shall do my utmost to serve the Board and the public at large to the best of my ability. 1 am, Your obedient servant, ROBERT WATKIN. KW. MILLER & CO., LIMITED, • STOKES CROFT BREWERY, BRISTOL. In calling the attention of the Public to their noted STOUT, beg also to inform them that through their Agent at Portsmouth they have obtained a three years' GOVERNMENT CONTRACT for the sole supply of this very nourishing and sustaining Stout to the Royal Victoria Hospital, Netley. The Stout was chosen from amongst many Com- petitors, and is now being used for the Sick and Wounded arriving at the Hospital from the Trans- vaal War. This Stout can be supplied in Casks from 4t Gallons upwards at Is 2d and Is 4d per Gallon, and is always on draught at T J BRATTON'S, Victoria Vaults. Sole Agent for Welshpool. To LANDOWNERS, ESfATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS AND SURVEYORS. ORDNANCE M-*A P S Of all Scales kept in stock of the environs of Ellesmere, Oswestry, Welshpool, Llanfyllin, Llanfair, Llanidloes, Caersws, Newtown, Machynlleth, Dinas Mawddwy, Towyn, Llandrindod, Rhayader, Knighton, Bishop's Castle, Montgomery, &c. Maps of any place in the Central Wales counties and Shropshire procured from the O.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. COMMERCIAL and TEMPERANCE HOTEL. L5, BERRIEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. iiOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR COMMERCIAL GENTLEMEN AND TOURISTS. Hot Joints Daily from 12 till 3. CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE. M. REED PROPRIETRESS. CUPIS'S CONSTITUTION BALLS Are an unfailing remedy (Write for pamphlet). Foi4 HorSGSfor Grease Testimonial. Swelled Legs, Cracked 'he Cannock Ar. CO., Ltd. Heels, Coughs, Colds, Star- Cannock, Apl. 16,1890. ing Coat, Influenza, giving Dear Sirs, I have much tone and vigour, and keep. iieasure m tustifvinsr to the f .^periority of your Horse in? high-fed Horses n toBBTiTUTioir BALLS. We Health, &c. iave used them for the last, 0 years, and find nothing jj or Cattle & She(M) ii&w can equal them. You j make what use yoflliko in cases of Hove or Blown. )! ihis testimonial.—-fours Hide bound,lossofAppetiu- r»,ithfjily, HKKBY R. HAET, I J- F ■Uaaging Director. Distemper, Epidemic, &c For Scouring in Calves they are almost infallible, prepared upwards of 60 years by the late FBAWCIB CUPIBB, CB.C.V.B. Sold in PacKttslsfid and3s6d each,7smell 1088d,or 7 large 21s, by Chemists and Medicine Vendors,or from Pro. pnetor.The Wilderness, Diss, Norfclkon receipt of amount PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Seven- ty-second HALF-YEARLY ORDINARY MEETING of the Proprietors of the Cambrian Railways Company will be held at the ECSTON HO- TEL, LONDON, on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of FEB- RUARY instant, at 12-30 p.m., for the transaction of the General Business of the Companv. The Books for the Registration of Transfers of Ordinary, Preference, and Debenture Stocks will be CLOSED from tne 15th to the 23th instant, both days inclusive. Dated this 2nd day of February, 1930. J. F. BuCKLEY, Chairman. H. BRAYNE, Secretary. General Offices, Oswestry. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1899, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less also itAciermeDtioned, viz.:— i Esti- mated i matc-d Station. weight. Station. i weight j Tons. i Tons. Fenn's Bank 5 Llanidloes 5 Bettisfield 3 St. Harmons 1 2 Ellesmere 12 Talgarth 5 Overton-on-Dee j 7i Caersws 9 Batigor-on-Dee j 6 Derwenlas 3 Marchwiel 5 Glandovey 2\ Oswestry 4 Ynyslss 3 Llynclvs 7 Purth 4 Llanyrnyneeh 81 T.wyn 4 LlansaintfEraid 7 Pensaru 4 Llanfyllin 5 Harlech 7 Four Cz-o-ses 6 Talsarnau 6 Pool Quay 10 Portmadoc 3 W elshpool 9 Criecietil 10 Montgomery 6 Aberereh 5 Abermule 2| j Kerry 2^ | Total 179 National Welsh Festival (St PiLul's), February 27th. Shire Horse Show, Agricultural Hall, March 6th uo 9th. Hunters, &c., Show, Agricultural Hall, March 13th to 15th. Polo Pony Show, Agricultural Hall, March 15th to 16th. Yacht- ing Exhibition, Royal Aquarium, Februarv let to March 1st. Fisheries Exhibition, Royal Aquarium, March 8th to April 5th. ON MONDAY, February' 26th, and Tuesdays, March 6th aud 13th, 1930, Cheap Excursion Tickets will be issued to LONDON. ^5 Times of Starting. Third Class Re\urn. = From p in 2 Days 3 or 5 Days -It o:l Llaiiidloes 2 5-' II g á Dolwen 2 11 j I Llandinam 2 18 t 16s -f | Caersws 2 24 £ J= Moat Lane 2 32 T Vs !j rJ1 Newtown 2 47 >- Abermule 2 56 t 15S Montgomery 3 3J ) Carriages will run through to London (Euston). Passengers return from Loudon (Euston) B,- under Two Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 9 45 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27th, Three or Five Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 9 45 p.m. on Wednesday, February 28th, or 9 45 p.m. on Friday, March 2nd. Two Days Pas- sengers booked on March 6th, at 9 45 p.m. on Wed- nesday, March 7th. Three or Five Days Passen- gers booked on March 6th, at 9 45 p.m. on Thursday, -Ilarch 8th, or 8 45 a.in. on Stiturdav, Alareli 10th. Two Days Passengers booked on March 13th, at 9 45 p.m. on Wednesday, March 14th. Three or Five Days Passengers booked on March 13th, at 9 45 p.m. on Thursday, March 15th, or 8 45 a.m. on Saturday, March 17th. *Passengers for Abermule returning by the 9 45 p.m. ex Euston go forward from Welshpool at 9 10 a.m. Times of Starting.: Third Class Return. C From am 2 Davw 3 or 5 Days Pool Quay 8 0'0 Q, 14s tfour Crosses 8 10 3 3 „ £ +LIanfyllin 7 35"^ ~Z fLlanfechain. 7 47 9s 14s 6d s p tLlansair.tffr'id 7 55 J "Z 72 Llanyrnyneeh 8 15^ 2 "a fLlynclys 8 2, >: Oswestry 8 40 Q eg Whittington 8 44 Frankton 8 52 Ellesmere 9 Oj Children under 3 years of age, Free; above 3 and under 12, Half-price. Passengers return from London (Euston) as under: For Fenn's Bank, Oswestry, and inter- mediate Stations-Two Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Tuesday, February 27th. Three or Five Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 8 hO p.m. via Crewe on Wednesday, February 28th, or Friday, March 2nd. Two Days Passengers booked on March 6th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Wednesday. March 7th. Three or Five Days Passengers booked on March 6th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Thursday. March 8th, or Saturday, March 10th. Two Davs Passengers booked on March 13th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe, on Wednesday, March 14th. Three or Five Days Passengers booked on March 13fh. at 8 50 p.m. via, Crewe on Thursday, March 15th, or Saturday, March 17th. For Llynclys, Llanfyllin, Pool Quay, and inter- mediate Stations—Two Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Tuesday, February 27th. Three or Five Davs Passengers booked on February 26th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Wednesday, February 28th, or 8 50 p.m. on Friday, March 2nd. Two Days Passengers booked on March 6th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Wednesday, March 7th. Three or Five Days Passengers booked on March 6th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Thursday, March 8th, or 2 15 p.m. on Saturday, March 10th. Two Davs Passengers booked on March 13m, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Wednesday, March 14th. Three or Five Days Passengers booked on March 13th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Thursday, March 15th, or 2 15 p.m. on Saturday, March 17th. t Passengers for Llynclys, LlansaintfEraid, Llan- echam, Llanfyllin, and Four Crosses returning by the 8 50 p.m. ex Easton have to wait several hours ■vt Oswestry. All information regarding Excursion Trains and iourist arrangements ou the Cambrian Bail- ways can be obtained from Mr W. H. GOUGH. Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. -+- THOUSAND MILE TICKETS. rnHE CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY .L issue ^KST CLASS 1,000 and 500 MILE TiCKETS, the Coupons of which enable the pur- chasers to travel between stations on the Cambrian Railways during the period for which the tickets are available, until the Coupons are exhausted. The price of each ticket is £ 5 5s 1,000 miles, and £ 2 17s 6d 500 miles, being about l^d per mile. Application for the 1,000 or 500 mile tickets must be made in writing, giving the fall name and address of the purchaser, and accompanied by a remittance, to Mr W. H. Gougii. Superintendent of the Line. Cambrian Railways, Oswestry (cheques to be made pay- able to the Cambrian Co. or order) from whom also books containing 100 certificates for authorising the use of the tickets by pur. chaser's family, guests, or employes can be obtained, price 6d. each book, remittance to accompany order. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager. n MNM-H^R CLATIKK, M.T\ «>a y s "A i->nnjgiit in Abe: vstwyth is equivalent t.o a-montn s residence in ic 'a ter v>. f- t from the Atlantic, end e,c .eat D; ,gt! Piynlimon, soft creezes BELLE VUE IiO- i- A, aciig the ?a., Family and House • one nf t-h 7~ j Commercial Hotel <t Boarding aud a 'h^f Pnin 8t oul'or*: v e 111 > e^. oard and Attendance from two 7clA! C/ '•<«:<- Table D'note at 6-3C Manao-ere^ rr-J — 1dj nonce on arrival to the Tariff on app.s.ticu to IV. H. PA.LM.JLII, JPK/>PEIETO&. WATERLOO HOTEL, ABEKY8TW YTH. -^1S Fust-class Family and Com iir,nrri' „ it — mercial PRIVATE HOTEL and -J ot.se is situate in the centre of the Esplanade, and commands ari unbroken sea T ERMb MODERATE DURING WINTER MONTHS. A. E. &- A. MOLIRTS, WHITE HORSE HOTEL TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH (alginates' walk from "t' the Sea; Three walk fi-c-n) the Railway Stationl, Tjiis Hotel, which is situa-ted most centrally for Touriss, Cyclists, and Commercial Gentlemen has recently undergone extensive including the addition of new Coffee and Com. mercial Rooms, is replete witt every comfort. PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS. STORE ROOM FOR CYCLES TARIFF STRICTLY MODERATE. "'—- -—.„ L A. REA. PROPRIETRESS. ABE HYSTWYTI-I.-PRI.N-CE ALBERT HOTEL, l ^DA IKGATB near "to "he stat""8 rh^r Slt".ated in one of tbe P^cipai Streets of the Town, and^ fully licensed BFD MTT5 Proraeiiade- The H<™e old established and 0 licensed. BED aisd BREAKFAST FROM 0 6. GOOD S T A B L i N G LIG HTED BY ELECTi::ICITY. „ OPPOSITE TIlE XEW lAHKET HALL. PROPRIETOR 1. FARRISH. pERMINUS HOTEL, ABEPLYSTWYT a.-The Hotel is now under new managemPIlt.. It IS sItuaœ close to the Station, and is the most convenient Hotel Ül Town for Travellers and others. It has recently been enlarged, and its now replete with every modern convenience, and is lighted throughout with the electric light. T. E. SALMON, PROPRIETOR. "rrXXTAY & HERBERT AEIS HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH. conveniences of a^^Hi^h-dass^HoVef1 lt^as S-fJ;Ue m ^,jaeEg^JH Street, and possessing all the Houses. Billiard TaW^in all &^8 APPLY: PROPRIETOR, REWYTHEN ARMS HOTEL, LLANIDLOES. Under new 11an. .L ment. First Clase SshingXe rhand.ial Hotel. S"oct Posting in all its Branches. Excei Fishing close to hand. 'lent Trou BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. HEADQUARTERS FOR C.T.C. A. IN-. PROPRIETOR. REAR ITO rEL, NEWTOWN, NORTH WALES.—WEN.ICNOWN .LJ1 Fair.. Ay and Commercial Hotel is one of the largest and most comfortable Hotels in North Wales. It contain, large Commercial, Coffee, Smoke, Stock and Billiard Rooms, also Sui £ s of Ami ments Hot ancI Cold Baths, EJectric BeHs. Hotel Omnibus meets all Trains Posting^ to Branches. First-class Accommodation for Cyclists. Stabling for over 150 Horses. ~~—————————TON, PROPRIETOR. DAVID ROBERTS AND SONS, LTD., BREWEKS, ABI RYSTWTIH. Ø:b {\:s, ¡ :1 l PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION.~j .t COOKE Bros., Newtown. THE LEADIXG FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NORTH AND CENTRAL WALES. FOTT1VI) A WONDERFUL CURE FOR POT LT-™BAGO, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, InnTrnVt m THROAT, SPRAINS, BRUISES. INVALUABLE FOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS. PREPARED BY THE Welsh Golden Rheumatic Cure Co., Aberystwyth. ABERYSWYTK—E. P. WYNNE, CHEMIST. PRIVATE TURKISH and MENDICATED B- THS. Cures Rheumatism, Sciatica. Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney Complaints bv a New Process, without danger or Palpitation. Open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. —ILSJLJL-L DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. -z= THE CELEBRATED CYMRO RAZORS MADE OF THE FINEST WARRANTED QUALITY STEEL, POST FREE 3s. 6D. EACH. SOLD ONLY BY M. H. DAVIS AND SONS, f«"'¡:r.°,= HARDWARE MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH. I-T FRESH SALMON FROM THE TEIFY, WYE, AND OTHER RIVERS DAILY. DEALER IN w EN HAM LAKE ICE. RICHARD S A YfTF1 T ITI FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, IT 1 LICENSED DEALER IN GAME GREAT DATFRTAT^1 OTDJ™HE NAUOINAL SEA FISHERIES PROTECTION SOCIETY, GA1L BTSFkERD0AD: ^rwYTH- JAMES WILLIAMS, SIDNEY HOUSE, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH, Lately occupied by MRS. SMITH, GREENGROCER, FISH, GAME, i TOCLTRY DEADER, BUTTER i- EGG MERCHANT HOTEL AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS CATERED FOR. PRO-NIPT ATTE-NTION GIVIIFN ALL ORDERS. WARD'S CALCULATOR FOR BUILDERS, &C. CONTAINS TIMBER. TABLES. PARTICULARS OF BUILDING MATERIALS, &c., SCALES FOR PLAS AND MAPS, &c., &c. A most useful Compendium for all connected with the Building Trade, the Slfniasfemput of Property &c. PRICE 6D., POST FREE, G% P. (Ix P.O. OR HALFKENNY STAMPS.) SALTER & ROWLANDS COUXTY^TIMES" OFFICE, WELSHPOOL 1IÆ- -Á% .rifiS.. JLMM. NIEVEN I AND JONES, PRACTICAL HIGH-CLASS TAILORS AND COSTUMIERS, = Beg to intimate that they are now showing Flanges of AUTUMN AND WINTER GOOD SI G () 0 ][) S d w. SUITABLE FOR LADIES' AXD ¡GENTLEfEl\'S WEAE. Jw A NEW SELECTION OF SHIRTS, TIES, HATS, &c., FOR THE COMING SEASON o ADDRESS- 18, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL" aud