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SALES BY AUCTION. THIS DAY. LITTLE PEXYGELLY, One Mile from Kerry Station. 6 HEREFORD AND CROSS-BRED CATTLE, Cart Mare (in foal), Pigs, Gears, Potatoes, Farm Implements, Hay and Straw, and a portion of 1 he HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, bv order of Mr James Bach. Sale at 2 o'clock. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, Auctioneers. THE FARM, 1 Miles from the Town of Montgomery. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are favoured with instructions from N. W. Fairies-Humphreys, Esq., who has let the farm, to Sell by Auction, on THURSDAY & FRIDAY NEXT, March 1 raid 2, The whole of his High-class Agricultural Stock, comprising the Grand Registered Flock of 318 KERRY-HILL SHEEP, 11^ PERIGREE 4 MMY JJ\ -I—1_ 4 Herefords & other o— -I Li JLj 22 SHIRE HORSES, HACKNEYS AND COLTS, PIGS, POULTRY. A large up-to-date Collection of IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY. 15 Sets of GEARS, and other Effects. W The Sheep ar.d Cattle will be sold on Thursday. Luncheon (by ticket) at 12; Sala at One o'clock each day. Catalogues may he obtained from the A Chirbury, Shropshire. -> Newtown, M ontgomerjsliii'e. I 1 P 0 R TAN T SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. E",3p To be Sold by Auction by S MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE At the Elephant and Castle Hotel, New town, ON FRIDAY NEXT, MARCH 2ND, 1900, 26 LOTS OF VALUABLE PROPERTY, Comprising about 25 COTTAGES, WITH A LARGE NUMBER OF GARDENS, BUILDING SITES AND LAND, situate near or adjoining Commercia! Street, Commercial Road, Frankwell Street, Canal Road and Canal Wharf. The Valuable Fully-licensed House known asTHE "ELEPHANT AND CASTLE" HOTEL AND 4 SHOPS 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 fniles from the town. Plans and particulars may be obtained from H, owettenkam, Esq., Estate Agent, Old Bank Build- ings, Chester; the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shrop- shIre; or Messrs. Harrison & Winnall, Solicitors, Welshpool. WORTHEN, SHROPSHIRE. VALUABLE DETACHED FREEHOLD VILLA to be Sold bv Auction bv MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL, & POOLE, -LVJL at the White Horse Hotel, Worthen, ON WEDNESDAY, THE 14TH OF MARCH, 1900, At Four o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to condi- tions to be then read, all that FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, Garden, and Premises known as "BAK OOTTAGE," situate in the village of Worthen, in the occupation of Mr Richard Jones. This compact and comfortable little Residence is very pleasantly situated, and contains Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantry, Three Bedrooms, and convenient domestic offices. For particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Chir- bury, Salop, or to CHARLES S PRYCE, Solicitor, Montgomery. PRYSCAE UCHA, 1 mile for Llwyngwril and 2 miles from Tonfanau Station. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MESSRb GILLART & SONS are instructed by Mr Hugh Lewis Rees (who is leaving the farm), to Sell by Public Auction, on the above premises, ON FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900, The whole of the excellent Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising— 17 Head of BLACK CATTLE, viz: 3 Milch Cows, I Barren Ditto, 3 two-year- old Bullocks, 6 Yearling Steers and Heifers, and 4 Calves. 3 HORSES, viz A Powerful Dark-Grey Mare, six }Tear-i old, all excellent worker in all gears Dark-Grey Mare, in foal, rising three years old, quiet in all gears; and a very promising Bay Gelding. STORE PIGS, and a very useful assortment of IMPLEMENTS, viz, Chaff Cutter by Bent- hall, Chest WaggoD, Tip-up Cart, Two Iron Ploughs, Harrow, Pulper, Weighing Mac hi ues, Horse Gearing, &c-, t-c. Luncheon at 12.30. Sale to commence at One o'clock prompt. Credit will ;be given all approved security for sums of £ 5 and upwards till Dolgel'ey Fair, Sept. 20, 1900. THE SALE BOOMS, QUEEN'S ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. ]VrESSR.S DANIEL, SON AND MEREDITH are instructed to Sell by Auction at their a'e Rooms, Queen's Road, OIN WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH, 1900, large assemblage of valuable and modern House- old Furniture, including Walnut Drawing and Dlnlllg Room Suites, Telescope Dining Tables, 1Yalnnt and Mahogany Sideboards, Overmantels, as.} Chairs, Couches, Single Chairs, Large Office llpboard, &c., Bedroom Suites, Duchesse Dressing Tables and Marble Top Washstanda, Chescs of Drawers, &c. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. EDWARD MORRIS, BARBER, BILL-POSTER AND DISTRIBUTOR. MAESGLAS, MACHYNLLETH. bon^r"'3 and distributed in town and neigh- Ing district at moderate charges. SALES BY AUCTIOV. ESTABLISHED 1869. WHITFIELD AND SON'S FAT, DAIRY and STORE STOCK AUCTIONS IN THE OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD. Every WEDNESDAY at 10 30. EARLY ENTRIES SOLICITED. THE. OLDPORT. Half-a-mile from the town of Oswestry. MESSRS WHITFIELD & SON have been J.JL favoured with instructions from Mrs Owen (who is relinquishing farming pursuits), to Sell by Auction, On TUESDAY and THURSDAY, MARCH 6th and 8th, 1900, The whole of the LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c., viz:— 70 Grand FAT CATTLE (Hereford and Cross-bred Oxen and Heifers of the Finest Quality), 90 Choice Hereford and Cross-bred Outlying BULLOCKS, 2 and 3 years old, 101 Ripe Shropshire and Cross-bred WETHEKS (Nice Weights), 50 Young Clun EWES (Lambed and in Lamb). 26 Breeding and Store PIGS, 7 Powerful Cart HORSES, Fit for Town Work, ages 5 to 8 years, 10 Suits of GEARS, in excellent condition, A Five Ton Weighing Machine, Portable Engine and Threshing Box, by "Tuxford," A Large Collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS, A great variety of Implement Timber, Wrought, Ca,,t, ati,l Scrap luou, &,c, &,c. ORDER, OF SALE.—Tuesday, March 6, the Heavy Implements, Portable Engine and Threshing Box, Liye Stock and Gears. Thursday, March 8th, the Minor Implements, Poultry, Potatoes, Implements, Timber, Wrought, Cast, and Scrap Iron. Luncheon each day at 10-30. Sale to Commence at Twelve o'clock prompt on both days. Descriptive Catalogues may be had from the place of Sale, or from the AUCTIONEERS, Willow House, Oswestry. N.B.—A Brake will meet the Up Great Western Train at Oswestry Station, on the days of Sale, at 1-55 p.m., and the Down Train at 2-24 p.m. Also the Cambrian Train arriving from Whitchurch at 2-35. The Beef will be sold at 2-45 p.m. Horses at 4 p.m. These times will be strictly adhered to. THE 27TH ANNUAL SALE OF SHORTHORN and HEREFORD BULLS WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY, MARCH 16TH, 1900. EXT HIES CLOSE, TUESDAY, FEB. 20TH. FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED, WHITFIELD & SON, Oswestry. SALESMEN. WILLIAMS AND NICHOLSON AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, OSWESTRY. (ESTABLISHED 1876). MESSRS. WHITFIELD AND BATHO, AUC- TIONEERS & VALUERS, ivill 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. TESSRS WM. HALL, WATERIDGE AND A/JL OWEN will Sell by Auction in conjunction with MR G. A. DOODY EVERY WEDNESDAY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR PAT AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, LAMBS PIGS AND CALVES. Sale at 10 30 a.m. Offices: Bank Chambers, Oswestry. 1000 HORSES. X100 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-Wagoii and Lurry Horses. Friday, 23rd—Shire and 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 Diarrhaja, 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) 3s. 6d. 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. Gd., 3s. Gd., and 7s. per bottle. The "GASEODYNE For Heaving and Paining. It deadens excessive pain instantly, and quiets the nervous system.— Price 3s. 6d. per bottle. UNPARALLELED SUCCFSS OF DAY, SON, & HKWITTS' Lambing & Calving Chests, Price complete, carriage paid, 30s. and C3 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 -t- TIMES Office, Welshpool, newest type; good style; moderate charges. PUBLIC NOTICES. WANTED 0 R G A N I S TI- FOR WESLEYAN CHURCH, NEWTOWN. Apply stating Salary not later than 7th March, 1900, to OLIVER D. S. TAYLOR, Manager has Works, NEWTOWN. ST. DAVID'S DAY. ANNUAL ^BANQUET In Commemoration of St David's Day WIL L BE HELD ON THURSDAY, MARCH 1ST, 1900, AT THE TALBOT HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. AT 7 P.M. PROMPT. CHAIRMAN: W. HUGHES JONES, ESQ. Tickets 5s each to be had at the Talbot Hotel. ESTABLISHED OYER HALF A CENTURY. E. F. ALLEN & SONS, LIMITED, 68, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY. PIANOS ORGANS By all the leading English and Foreign Makers, I 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, WELSHPOOL AND DISTRICT visited every fortnight. THE SYMPHONION." PENNY IN THE SLOT MUSICAL BOX. Placed in Hotels Free on Application. THE "GRAMOPHON E." TALKS, SINGS, PLAYS, AND DANCES. The Greatest Wonder of the Age. PRICE £5 10s. Sole Agents for Shropshire ALLEN & SONS, 68, MARDOL, SHREWSBURY. J II. 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. STORING WAREHOUSE 5 & 6, HIGH STREET, WELSHPOOL 9 Eag'le Brewery, Newtown. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. S. POWELL, BREWER, MALTSTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. CHOICE SELECTION OF WINES & SPIRITS PURCHASED DIRECT OUT OF BOND. DUBLIN AND OTHER STOUTS In all Size Casks. EDWARD A. GRIFFITHS, LICENSED SLAUGHTERER OF HORSES, COWS, &c., THE GLEDRID, 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, FOWlS ARMS WELSHPOOL. CUPISIS CONSTITUTION BALLS Are an unfailing remedy (Write for pamphlet). For Horsesf or Grease Testimonial. Swelled Legs, Cracked ae Cannock Agv. CO., Ltd. Heels, Coughs, Colds, Star- Oaunock, ApI. 16, 1890. ing Coat, Influenza, giving KfifyhTI £ the tone aiid vigour, and keep, taperiority of vour Horee ing high-red Horses in )0JRSTITUTI0IR BALLS. We Health, &o. iave used them for the last iave used them for the last t) years, and find nothing FOP Cattle & ShfiPTl nst can equal them. You. kjiiotry tan make what use you like in cases of Hove or Blown :t this testimonial.— Yours Hide bound,loss of Appetite "llthf U "■ HTKBY R. HAET, rv TI „ viana r ■, .Director. Distemper, Epidemic, &c. For Scouring in Calves they are almost infallible. Prepared upwards of 60 years by the late FBAICOIS CUUSS Sold in Packetsls9d and SsSd each,7 email 10s8d 0i 7 large 21s, by Chemists and Medicine Vendors, or from Pro. prietor, The Wilderness, Diss, Norfolk on receipt of amoont PUBLIC NOTICES. MONTGOMERYSHIRE STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE. TENDERS are invited ior the erection of a new JL Court Room and Police Station at Mach- ynlleth. Plans and Specification and quantities may be seen on application to the County Surveyor at Welshpool. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- cepted. Tenders to be sent to mp on or before the 6th day of March, 1900. By Order, G. A. HUTCIIINS, Feb. 13th, 1900. County Surveyor. THE MACHYNLLETH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. MACHYNLLETH, PENNAL, AND SCUBORY. COED RURAL DISTRICTS. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that William Griffith, Esquire, the Auditor for the North Wales Audit District, has appointed the Audit of Accounts of the above-named Rural District Coun- cil in respect of the Rural Districts of Machynlleth, Pennal, and Scuborycoed, and the Officers thereof, for the Half-year ended 30th September, 1899, to commence on Tuesday, the 13th day of March, 1900, at 12 noon, at the Boardroom of the Guardians of the Machynlleth Union, at Machynlleth, and that such accounts duly made up and balanced, together with all books of accounts, bills, accounts, vouchers, and other documents mentioned or referred to in such accounts will be deposited in my Office in Maengwyn Street, Machynlleth, and be open during Office hours thereat to the inspectiou of all persons interested seven clear days before such Audit. By Order. DAVID EVANS, Clerk to the Council. Machynlleth, 21st February, 1900. FORDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. THIS DISTRICT COUNCIL will at their next Meeting to be held on Wednesday, the 7th Day of March, proceed to appoint an INSPECTOR of NUISANCES for their District. The salary will be £ 52 per annum. The appointment is an annual one, and subject to the sanction of the Local Government Board. The Officer will be required to devote the whole of his time to the duties of the office. Canvassing directly or indirectly will disqualify. Applications with testi- monials of recent date, to be sent to me, the under- signed, on or before Tuesday, the Grh day of March. Particulars of the area and population of the district can be obtained on application to me, CHARLES S. PRYCE, Clerk. Montgomery, 13th February, 1900. JANE WILLIAMS, DECEASED. NOTICE. ALL Persons having Claims against the Estate of the late Mrs Stephen Williams, of Kerry Street, Montgomery, widow, deceased, are requested to sena particulars ot same to ne, the undersigned, on or before Thursday, the lst<dn; of March next, and all persons indebted to the said estate are required to pay such debts to me on or before that date. CHARLES 3 PRYCE, Solicitor to the Executors. Montgomery, 12th February, 1900. MARY ELIZABETH STATHAM, DECEASED. NOTICE. A LL Persons having Claims against the Estate .:1.. of the late Mrs Mary Elizabeth Statham, of Arthur Street, Montgomery, deceased, are requested to send particulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before the 1st day of March next, and persons indebted to the said estate are required to pay such debts to me on or before that date. CHARLES S PRYCE, Solicitor to the Executors. Montgomery, 12th February, 1900. JOHN GWILT, DECEASED. NOTICE. ALL Persons having Claims against the Estate of the late John Gwilt, of tLe Cann, Church- stoke, in the County of Montgomery, deceased, are requested to send particulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before the 1st day of March next, and persons indebted to the said estate are required to pay such debts to me on or before such date. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Solicitor to the Executors. Montgomery, 12th February, 1900. EDWARD TAN N Ell, DECEASED. notice. 4 NY Persons having Claims against'the Estate of the late Edward Tanner"of Kerry Road, Montgomery, deceased, are requested to send par- ticulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before the 1st day of March next, and persons in- debted to such estate are required, on or before such date, to pay such debts to me. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Solicitor to the Executors. Montgomery, 12th February, 1900. STEPHEN EVANS, DECEASED. NOTICE. 4 LL Persons having Claims against the Estate of the late Stephen Evans, Wotherton Hall, Chirbury, in the County of Salop, farmer, deceased, are requested to send particulars thereof to me the undersigned on or before the 1st of March next, and persons indebted to such Estate are required to pay such debts to me on or before that date. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Solicitor to the Executors. Montgomery, 12th February, 1900. EDWIN PRYCE, DECEASED. notice. ALL Persons having Claims against the Estate of the late Edv.-in Pryce, of Churchstoke, in the County of Montgomery, grocer and shoemaker, deceased, are requested to send particulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before the 1st day of March next, and persons indebted to the said estate are required to pay the amount of such debts to me on or before the said date. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Solicitor to the Executors. Mogomery, 12th February, 1900. v. III R. 5TH V.B. SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. TENDERS ARE INVITED for the further -L Supply of CLOTHING for this Battalion.— Standard patterns of materal and style may be seen at Headquarters, on application to the Quarter- master, to whom tenders may be sent not later than March 8th. PRINTING of every description executed neat quick and cheap at tlte COUNTY TIMES Office Welshpool. ■ i PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. ^VTOTICE IS HEREB GIVEN that the Seven- -i-H ty-second HALI TKARLY ORDINARY MEETING of the Pro; -ietors of the Cambrian Railways Company will be held at the EUSTON HO- TEL, LONDON, on WEDNESDAY, the 28th day of FEB- RUARY instant, at 12-30 r m., for the transaction of the General Business of e Company. The Books for the Re stration of Transfers of Ordinary, Preference, am Debenture Stocks will be CLOSED from the 15th .-a the 28th instant, both days inclusive. Dated this 2nd day of February, 1930. J. F. BUCKLEY, Chairman. R. 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 undermentioned, viz.: — Esti- Esti- mated mated Station. weight. Station. 'weight Tons. Tons. Fenn's Bank 5 Llanidloes 5 Bettisfield 3 St. Harmous It Ellesmere 12 Talgarth 5 Overton-on-Dee 7l, Caersws 9 2 Bangor-on-Dee 6 Derwenlas 3 Marchwiel 5 Glandovey 2J Oswestry 4 Yllyshs 3 Llynclys 7 Borth 4 Llanymynech 81 Towyn 4 Llansaintffraid 7 Pensarn 4 Llanfyllin 5 Harlech 7 Four Crosses 6 Talsarnau 6 Pool Quay 10 Portmadoc 5 Welshpool 9.J Cricciet !i 10 Montgomery 6 Abererch 5 Abermule 2% j Kerry 2 Total 179 National Welsh Festival (St Paul's), February 27t!i. Shire Horse Show, Agricultural Hall, March 6th to 9th. Hunters, &c., Show, Agricultural Hall, March 13tli to 15th. Polo Pony Show, Agricultural Hall, March 15th to 16th. Yacht- ing Exhibition, Royal Aquarium, February 1st to March 1st. Fisheries Exhibition, Royal Aquarium, March 8th to April 5th. j ON MONDAY, Fcbruary 26th, and Tuesdays, March 6th and 13th, 1900, Cheap Excursion Tickets will be issued to LONDON. v Times of Starting. Third Class Return, c From p m 2 Days 3 or 5 Days — Llanidloes 2 5^ o Do] wen 2 11 I J | E LIandinam 2 18 J* 16s •f | Caersws 2 24 « £ _c Moat Lane 2 32 f J _e3 w Newtown 2 47 *Abermule 2 56 C 15s Montgomery 3 3J !) Carriages will run through to London (Euston). Passengers return from London (Euston) as under :-Two Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 9 45 p.m. on Tuesdav, 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, March 8th, or 8'45 a.m. on Saturday, March 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., Tliircl Cliss Return. aT From am 2 Days 3 or 5 Days | Pool Quay .8 0; Q 1 £ 5 fFour Crosses 8 10 1 s .12 tLlanfyllin 7 35 S "p S3 fLlanfechain. 7 47 9s 14s 6d 3 fLlausaintffr'id 7 55 j "o 50 Llanymynech 8 15 js "A tLlynclys S 24 13 Oswestry 8 40 Q Whittington 8 44 i'l ys 143 Frankton 8 52 Ellesmere 9 0J Children under 3 years of age, Free; above 3 and under 12, Half-price. 0 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 50 p.m. via Crewe on Wednesday, February 28th, or Friday, March 2nd. Two Days Passengers boohed 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 Days Passengers booked on March 13th, 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 Saturday, March 17th. For Llynclys, Llanfyllin, Pool Quay, and inter- mediate Stations—Two Days Passengers booked on February 26th, at 8 50 |j.m. via Crewe on Tuesday, February 27th. Three or Five Days 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 Passenger? booked on March 6th, at 8 50 p.m. via Crewe on Thursday, March 8th, or 2 15 p.m. or. Saturday, March 10th. Two Days Passengers booked on March 13th, 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, Llansaintflraid, Llan- fechain, Llanfyllin, and Four Crosses returning bv the 8 50 p.m. ex Euston have to wait several hours it Oswestry. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist arrangements on the Cambrian Rail- ways can be obtained from Mr W. H. GOUGH, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. THOUSAND MILE TICKETS. THE CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY issue FIRST 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 X5 5s 1,000 miles, and £2 17s 6d 500 miles, being about lid per mile. Application for the 1,000 or 500 mile tickets must be made in writing, giving the full name and address of the purchaser, and accompanied by a remittance, to Mr W. H. Gough, 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 accompa? y order. C. S. DESKISS, General Manager. HOTELS. a MNRT^? V|IE "^AM.ES CLARKE, M.D., says "A fortnight in Aberystwyth is equivalent to fnm tht> A^S1 e.DCe most Watering Places. Pure water from Plvnlimon, 8oft breezes trom the Atlantic, and excellent Drainage." BELLE VUE HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH Facing the Sea. Family and Honse 7Z — Commercial Hotel k Boarding and a 'half r • 6 IEAPEST an^ most Comfortable in Wales. Board and Attendance from two o'clock V;^rUmeaS -P,ER WEEK'OR9S PER day, according to Bedroom. Table D'hote at 6-3C Manageress g to °n Boaraing Terms, must give notice on arrival to the 111 ^— Tariff op appx.3tion to W. H. PALMER, PROPRIETOR. VITATERLOO HOTEL. ABERYSTWYTH^ This First-class Familv and Com ;— mercial PRIVATE HOTEL ana Boarding House is situate in the fthe Esplanade, and commands an unbroken sea front. 1ERMS MODLR ATE DURING WISTER MONTHS. A — A. E. & A. MORRIS. PROPRIETRESSES, XTHITE HORSE HOTEL TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH (a Minutes' walk from t t THia i, • the Sea; Tiiree -Vliautee' walk from the Huilwav Station). I hi s Hotel, which is situated most centrally for Tourists Cycling and Commercial Gentlemen has recently under-one extensive including the of new Coffee and Com. mercial Rooms, is replete witè every comfort. PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS. STORE ROOM FOR CYCLES TARIFF STRICTLY MODERATE. M. A. REA, PROPRIETRESS. XBERYSTWYTfl.-PRI-NCE ALBERT HOTEL, ^^TLE DAEKGATB :>TREE1, and *> <« the principal My licensed BFD AvnR Pro™enade- The Hoilse is old established and iuu} licensed. BED A.ND BREAKFAST FROM 3 6. GOOD STABLING OPPOSITE THE NEW LIGHTED BY ELEC''l'lUClTY. IIALL- PROPRIETOR: 1. PARRISH. "FTERMIYRS HOTEL, ABERYSTW^YTEL The Hotel is now under new '»dT throughout with the electric light. modern convenience, and is lighted T. E. SALMON, PROPRIETOR. WYNNSTAY & HERBERT ARMS HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH. First-class Family and Commercial Hotel, sitiiate iu ltleDgwYIi Street, and possessing all the Houses. Billiard Tabte. P„Bti„g fa all .uBrancLes. fit Sfi"" APPLY: PROPRIETOR. REAR HOTEL, XEWTQWX, XORTH WALES. This well-known and FamIlY and Commercial Hotel is one of the Jar2"est and l11ust comfortable Hotels in Korth Wales. It containn large Coffee, Siaoke, and Billiard Rooms, also Suites of A-oart- mentsrHotTnd SSd S, £ c^ Hctel\>m^ ts Blanches. lirst-Ciass Accommodation for Cyclists. Stabling for over 150 Horses —— A. MARSTON, PROPRIETOR. DAVID ROBERTS AND SONS, LTD., BEEWEBS, ABKRYSTWYTH. PRICE LIST ON APPLICATION. 1 -A. COOKE Bros., 21^2, Newtown. THE LEADING FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NORTH AND CENTRAL WALES. FOTTND A WONDERFUL CURE FOR RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, NEURALGIA, CHEST, COLD, SORE THROAT, SPRAINS, BRUISES. INVALUABLE FOR FOOTBALL PLAYERS. PREPARED BY THE Welsh Golden Rheumatic Cure Co., Aberystwyth. POST FREE, SOLE AGEXT FOR ABERYSWYTH-E. P. WYNNE, CHEMIST. PRIVATE TURKISH and MENDICATED BATHS. Cures Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Liver and Kidney Complaints by a New Process, without danger or Palpitation. Open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. m 36. GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. THE CELEBRATED CYMRO RAZORS MADE OF THE FINEST WARRANTED QUALITY STEEL, POST FREE 3S. 6D. EACH. SOLD ONLY BY M. H. DAVIS AND SONS, HARDWARE MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH. M FRESH SALMON FROM THE TEIFY, WYE, AND OTHER RIVERS DAILY. DEALER IX WENHAM LAKE ICE. RICHARD SAYCELL, ppr-.m -r. » r!f^MBER 0F THE NATJONAL SEA FISHERIES PROTECTION SOCIETY, EAT DARKGATE STREET, NORTH PARADE AXD TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPLY DESPATCHED. JAMES WILLIAMS, SIDNEY HOUSE, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH, Lately occupied by MRS. SMITH, GREENGROCER, FISH, GAME, & POULTRY DEALER, BUTTER & EGG MERCHANT. HOTEL AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS CATERED FOR. PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS. THE J^BERYSTWYTH JGNAMELLED GLATE AND J^ARBLE TTTORKS JJOSKING AND JJILLER 0 TT T „ CAMBRIAN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, SCULPTORS AND MONUMENTAL MASONS ONUMENTS Heaostones, Crosses, and Mural Tablets executed in Best Style in Granite Marble, Slate, or Stone, at Moderate Prices. ESTIMATES FREE WA]Itl)'S CALCUL.A-TOR FOR BUILDERS, &C. CONTAINS TIMBER TABLES, PARTCrLARS OF B"CILDIXG MATERIALS, -&C., SCALES FOR PLA-NS A-ND MAPS, A most useful Compendium for all conuected wiA the Building Trade, the lUanagelnent of Property &c. PRICE 6D., POST FREE, 6|D. (IN P.O. OR HALFPENNY STAMPS.) 2 FROM THE PUBLISHERS- SALTER & ROLANDS COUNTY TIMES" OFFICE, WELSHPOOL -NLI[VE-N i-A-ND JO-N,-ESg 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 o A NEW SELECTION OF SHIRTS, TIES, HATS, &-c., FOR THE COMING SEASON -0- Address 18 BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL,