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THE "UlelsD Gazette** WILL lIE FOUND A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM It is sold by a large number of Agents in all parts of the counties of Cardigan, Merioneth, and Montgomery; also in HANY districts in the adjoining counties; IN London and in «.-era! of the principal tOwns in England. HADE AND pROFESSIONAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. Apartments. /k c* NORTH PARADE, Aberystwyth. Private Apartments,—^Irs. J. Cleaton Hughes. N DS L EIG H, South Road, Aberystwyth. Private apartments.—MRS. EDWARDS. • ft rrVRINITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- J_ venient, to sea and station.—MRS. '■Awards. SiXOWDON HOUSE, 4, Victoria Terrace. Private — apartments.—MR. JENKINS. \TARLBOROUGI-I HOUSE, 48, Marine Terrace, Abcrvstwvth. Private Apartments. Mus 8BVAK. STAFFORD HOUSE, 54, Marine Terrace, Aberyst- wytii. First-class Private Apartments, Bath, ^-MRS. BF.VAN. Trafalgar HOUSE, Victoria Terrace, Marine Parade, Abervstwyth. Private Apartments.— FELIX. kTaWKESBURY. Trinity Road. Comfortable, pleasantly situated apartments, moderate in- V*Usive t^rins near s! atk a. — Proprietress, Miss C^AREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is 8^ centrallv situated and commands full view of to?- First-class apartments. Moderate terms. V.^Uced charges for winter months; hot and cold sanitarv arrangements perfect —Mrs. ANKERS. tLAXDRIXDOD 13oarcling Establish- rnent. The Granville, 1, Park-terrace.—Miss <>1'E8. J LANDRINDOD WELLS.—Park House, Boarding Establishment. Tariff, 6s. 6d. per day. Electric —VILLIEES. Manager. J .LANDRINDOD WELLS. — Laburnum House, SKT. ^liddletoii-blreet. Apartments or Board, close to IOn and Mineral Waters.—Miss FRANCIS. |6RIDGE HOTEL. $M LLANDKINDOD WELLS. JV^OELLENT accommodation; first-class Cuisine boCf.. electric light throughout: .billiard room; a" and t.eir.ii: Ivrriv,; receation rooms, and her comfort. Extensive alterations completed. LENTON BOARDING HOUSE, ICTORIA (MAKI.SK) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. tJ;:TON HOUSE commands an uninterrupted jv. view of the sea, and is situate in the best buii 0f th(! Marine Parade. The House is modern <ial 341(1 wel1 appointed. Moderate terms by the J or week.—MRS. ALLEN. (>Ci:ANr VIEW HOUSE, SUPERIOR BOARDING V, ESTABLISHMENT. ICT0RIA (Marine) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH F \CEAN VIEW HOUSniis modern built, stands in t* best part of Marina,1Terrace, commands tttiin- ■fcP^Pted sea view. Moderate terms by the day or KENSITTJProprietress^ Wanted. \\TaXTED by the eii(I of this month, forprivate, house, a Servant. Good Wages to ^^petent'gii-l. -Appi^23, Terrace-road. Ml'SIC.—Miss 13. Watson COrt. Trinity Collie, London), will i^-ive Pupils for the Piano- Moderate Charges. Terms on application. ^OHFA COTTAGE, LLANON. Ji^HEWOOD for Sale in cartloads, cut in blocks of all sizes, at moderate charges. Ajfply at the D FACTORY, Smith field Road, Aberystwyth. • WATED, immediately, a Working Housed p. keeper, or good .General Servant (must be a *°°<1 plain cook and thoroughly trustworthy, f«r a „ house in W orcestershire two in family, and IYthmg- fouiid. Wages, £ 2C to a competent P^SON. Age 3Gfto 35.—Address, Mrs. TREHARNB, > Albert-place, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. WAREHOUSE FOR SAi^E.—The Warehouse formerly occupied by the"late Mr. Rowland, *r°nmonger, will shortly be ofSeifed for Sale by Action. It is situated in the centre of the town Aberystwyth, and is freehold. # WANTED, Mining and Quarry Plant, Rails, vj Machinery, Trams, Pumps, Waterwheels, Wrought an<l Cast-iron Scrap, Lead, Zinc, Copper, -Brass, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ships, Sails, Anchors, Chains, Waste Rubber, &c., &c. Highest Cash Prices.—Mc.llqubam, Bridge End Stores, Aberystwyth. LAMPETER SCHOOL WANTED for the*G'"]s' Schools Girl not less than 15 years of age, qualifi<5ct to be appren- ticed as a Pupil Teacher.^—-Apply, stating salary required, exact age, and two references, to THOMAS LLOYD, Solicitor, Lampeter. To Let. HOUSE TO LET, situated in North Parade, containing Eleven Rooms; good Garden with entrance to Cambrian-street.—Apply tpl-, DOUGHTOX, 45, North Parade, Aberystwyth. >. .To LET,.the sheepwalks of Blaenmyberin and. E. Nantsyddion comprising about 1400 acres, Devil's Bridge, with possession at pply to Mr HEPHUBK, Pendre, "^•t-w^h. '-i to Let at Taliesin House Bedrooms; close to \Ski^§ £ Office.—Mrs. REES. K Sand Lands of Erwtomau, [ JHkrr-i-v-,rth, on the Devil's ,f k..t.- particulars apply to Mr. v.: "tr.el., Aberystwyth. I'STWYF% ■. j LET, fir one month. L C'jnveuient to sea and N._ >f this paper. 4" -?- ————- ¡# I7V)R SALbi. —A ')'' Tank in good .1 order l'-n\Salf. -Apl)ly, MEDIDAL HALL^Abeidovey. "T" • /"i.MA'A'SsrZM;' V1! SHEETS. 3 or 4' ■VJT N. :>v I-CIR cvJi. Wi & L>Cai RK. V Sales by Auction. FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, several desirable Freehold Building Sites.—Apply at the Offices, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH SALE ROOMS. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH will Sell by Auction, at their Sale Rooms, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth, on an early date, a valuable assemblage of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, AND MEREDITH have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, a pair of a desirable modern built Lease- hold Semi-detached Villa Residences, occupying a pleasant position, in own grounds. Also a valuable recently built Leasehold Dwelling-house, contain- ing 18 rooms.—Apply at the OFFICES, QUEEN9, ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. THE SALE ROOMS, QUEEN'S ROAD SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH, will Sell by Auction, as above, DURING OCTOBER NEXT, A Valuable Assemblage of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. HOTEL WESTMINSTER, ABERYSTWYTH. IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & OTHER EFFECTS. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH HAVE been instructed by Mr. Parry to Sell by Auction, AT AN EARLY DATE, The whole of the Valuable Furniture, including the Furnishings of Hall, Drawing, Coffee, Commer- cial, Private, and Smoke Rooms, including Valuable Oil Paintings and Antique Oak Furniture, the Appointments of 12 Bedrooms, the Contents of Domestic Offices, &c., Organ, Piano, Plate, Linen, China and Glass. Further particulars in future issues. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD MANSION, FARM, COTTAGES, AND FIELDS. MR. J. E. JAMES has been instructed by A. J. Hughes, Esq., to Sell by italic Auction ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 214D 1899. m In the following or such otl^r Lots and subject to such conditions as iflay be determined hereafter, viz. :— -> v LOT 1.-All that Freehold J^jision Kfijpvvn as Lluest Gwilyfifl, beautilullfsituated within two miles of tile chaiffiSSg ^easid|jJ0wn of Aberystwyth and about half-a-mile froin-wfc anciept village Qf Llanbadarn Fawr. RtSiflJs~in its owft grounds and is well sheltered aiuLponimands ex- tensive views of the^sea, tbfe towS^of Aberystwyth, and the surrounding^country. LOT 2.—All that Farm and. Lands known as Lluest, in the occupation of Mr. John Roberts as yearly tenant. LOT 3.—All "that Messuage, Garden, andeld knofan as Lluest Lodge, and in the occupatiou of Mr. Pearce as yearly tenant. LOT 4.-1.A11 that Messuage and Lands known as Bryncogau, in the occupation of Mr. Lewis Reesas yearly tenant. -f; LOT 5.—All that Freehold Messuage or Dwelling- house and Garden known as Rose Cottage, situate in the village of LTanbadarn Fawr, in the occupa- tion of Mr. Clark 6s yearly tenant. LOT 6.—All those two Messuages, also in the vil- lage of Llanbadarn Ffwr, and now in the several occupations of Mr. DaVid Williams and Mr. Lloyd, gardener,, The latteijis subject to a lease for a number of years. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, 12, North-parade, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. TO, CAPITALISTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY BY MR. J. E. JAMES 46 VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS, Bei parts of the field known as the CRICKET FIELD, and having a frontage to Cara doc-road, St. David's-roajl, and a proposed new road respectively and within five minutes' alk of the centre of the town, in the following Lots a subject to Ggll- ditions whiebfinay be inspected Lot 1.—Having 14 yards frotitage to Caradoc- road atlfl48 yards to proposed new road. Lot 2.—11 yards to Caradoc-road. Lot 3.-Do. to do. Lot 4.-36 yardsto do. Lots 5 to 19.—8 yards do. Lots 20 to 34.- 8 yards to' new road. Lot 35.-13 yards to Caradoc-road and 38 yards to new road. Lots 36 to 40.—8 yards to new road. Lot 41.—21 yards frontage to new road. Lots 42 to 45.-13 do. to St. David's-road. Lot 46.-36 yards frontage to new road, 30 yards to adjoining road. The Lots are admirably adapted for villa and other residences, all of which, being situate within the borough of Aberystwyth, may be supplied with an abundant supply of Plynlimon water. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, or to the Auctioneer, 12, North Parade. CROSSWOOD HOME FARM. About 8 miles from Aberystwyth and 1 mile from Trawscoed Station on the Manchester and Milford Railway. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF PEDIGREE HEREFORD AND SHORTHORN CATTLE. MR. J. E. JAMES has been favoured with in- structions from the Executors of the late Earl of Lisburne to Sell By Public Auction, On THURSDAY FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12TH, 13TIl & 14TH, 1899. THE WHOLE OF THE LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK COMPRISING fl Pedigree Hereford and Shorthorn Cattle. 9 Cross-bred Milch Cows, Heifers, and Steers. 21 Upstanding Agricultural Horses, Colts, and Ponies. A Valuable Flock of 208 Pedigree Shropshire Ewes, Rams, Ewe and Wether Lambs. 140 Welsh Ewe|80 Lambs, 2 Kerry Rams. Together with a Large* Assortment of Modern Agricultural Implements, Harness, &c. -• Also the whole of THE CROPS Now stacked in tile haggard, consisting of 5 Large Ricks of Prime Meadow and Clover Hay, and a large quantity of Barley, Oats, and Wheat in Ricks and Sheds. Several head of Poultry, GeeSe and Ducks, with Incubators, Foster ilfrthers, &c.&c. > Luncheon at 11 (by Ticket). Safjr to conmaence at 12 precisely. Four months credit on all sums of Z- 5 and up- wards upon approved security, or Discount at the rate of 5 per cent. per-annum. > lkfr, JvE. J^aes begs also O'notif*that on the last day of satehe will let hVi A netion the Grazing of tbs lu#i TAl-IVHALLT.yiKLDS, up to Marchst, 19CO. Sales by Auction. TYMAWR, NEAR YNYSLVS. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. MR. J. E. JAMES, has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, ON FRIDAY, 6th OCTOBER, 1899, THE FOLLOWING LIVE AND DEAD STOCK: 9 Milch Cows (3 of which are supposed to calve in November), 8 two-vear-old Bullocks and Heifers, 9 Yearlings, 5 Colts and Ponies, 100 Ewes and I jambs (Kerry breed), 4 Kerry Ram Lambs, also Implements of Husbandry, inclnding 1 Market Trap. TERMS—9 MONTHS CREDIT ON CONDITIONS. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, MOELCERNI. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MR. J. E. JAMES has received instructions to sell by Public Auction on the premises ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 1899, 8 Agricultural Horses, including Ponies and Colts. 100 Sheep and Fat Lambs. 7 Milch Cows (recently calved and others about calving). 5 Heifers in Calf. 6 Yearlings. 10 Calves. 1 Sow with litter. 3 store Pigs. Farming Implements, Ploughs, Harrows, Patent Sheep Rack. &c. TERMS—Six MONTHS CREDIT ON CONDITIONS. Luncheon at 12. Sale to commence at 1 sharp. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MR. R. K. JENKINS has been instructed to Sell AT AN EARLY DATE. All that newly-built corner shop and premises situate in Railway-terrace, Aberystwyth, containing 14 Rooms. Also the four adjoining Private houses and pre- mises containing 8 Rooms, with Bath Rooms, etc., each. All these houses are fitted up with electric light and bells. Also all that leasehold residence known as Tra- falgar House, Victoria-terrace, containing 28 Rooms. Also a Freehold Residence situate in the Borough of Aberystwyth, containing 10 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, Hot and Cold Water Bath. Immediate possession. Further particulars, apply to R. K. Jenkins, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth. IMPORTANT SALE OF MODERN AND SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE AND OTHER EFFP,.CTSif, ON WEDNESDAY,^IJJ £ £$AY, ANIDAY, OCTOBER 18TH," 195rtt, AND 30TH. At 2.30 gncl-6.30 each day. *• > MR. R. K. JENKINS -Has been instructed by •jtfr. J. H. Powell to Sell by Public Auction at ST.^MLU.LLL'^MLALLL Without;preserve, the whole of the Superior and „ I > Excellent HOUSEHOLD XUI[tN]ETUI[tE, (Removed from TSlifton House, Marine-terrace), briefly particularized in the following summary :— 2 Mahogany' Hair-seatqfl Dining-room Suites, 1 Handsome Drawing-room Suite in ^Tlush, 4- Mahog ny C! «fEomers, LAjjfca*Mahogany Sidebo d with Plate Glass, Old SPRQ^h ""Mahogany Chairs, 3 Dinner Services, Oak, and Occasjonal -chairs, Mahogany Dining Table, lipian'o, Meat -Covers, Tea Service (very old china), '-Stuffed tiSfcds, Writing Desk, Mahogany Chairs, 4 Sofas, Arm Chair, Bed- room Suites and Ware, Hall Stand, 4 jMkhogany Chest of Drawers*" Massive Mahogany Wardrobe with Plate Glass Doors, Mahogany Washing Stands, Mahogany Dressing Tables, Pier Glasse", Overmantles and Looking Glasses, Old China Vasts, Squares- of Bruesells and Tapestry Carpets, Brass Fenders and Fire Irons, Baths, Chamber Ware, a large assortment of Old China, a large quantity of Electro-plated Goods, Cutlery, 1 Mangle, 50 valuable Oil Paintings, Engravings, and Brass Stair Rods. Contents Ðf 12 Bedrooms, consisting of 12 Brass and Iron Half-tester Bed- steads with Hangings, Spring MatressseS, 10 Featherbeds, 12 Bolsters, and 32 Pillows. Also the whole of the Household Linen, including Blankéts, Sheets, Counterpanes, Table Clothes, several Pairs of Hangings and Pules, Linoleum, Toilet Sets and Bedroom Ware, Fountain, &c. THE WHOLE OF THE KITCHEN UTENSILS. The whole of the Furniture on view morniag of Sale. NINE MONTHS CREDIT. CILPYLL, Parish of NANTCWNLLE, and within Ii mile to LLANGEITHO. GRAND SALE OF CATTLE, HORSES, MOUNTAIN PONIES, &c. MR. DANIEL LEWIS JONES has been instructed by J. JONES, Esq. (who is retiring from farming), to Sell by Public Auction, at the '<ie place, ON THURSDAY, OCT. 12TH, 1899, THE FOLLOWING STOCK IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c. CATTLE :—10 Grand Short-horn Milch Cows, most of which are to calve from November to Christmas, and 2 to 5 years old 8 coming 2-year- old Heifers, supposed to be in calf; 3 Steers coming two year old 2 prime fat Cows; 1 Yearling Bull, out of F. R. Roberts, Penwern Breed 1 excellent Roan Bull Calf, got by the Progeny Mid Aeron Bull Society 1 Do. 2 months old; 10 fine Calves. This grand Stock of Sliort-horn Cattle was got by the following breeders:-F. R. Roberts, Esq., Penwern, T. H. R. Hughes, Esq., Neuaddfawr, Capt. Vaughan, Brynog, and J. C. Harford, Esq., Falcondale. HORSES :-1 Cart Mare (Lock), 9 years old, supposed to be in foal by Emlyn Fashion,' 1 Cart Horse (Farmer), 6 years old, 1 Roadster (Captain), 5 years old, 3 fine two year old Cobs, one by 'T&ardy III.' 2graiid Suckers by Lord Ventry (Cob).' NANTSTALWEN AND MOELPRISGAU MOUNTAIN PONIES From 25 to 30 in num- ber, including Suckers—3 over seven years old, 7 over four, 4 over two, 3 Yearling Fifties, and the Iremaind are Yearlings and Suckets, 1 Stallion Horse. JJ PIGS :—19 Litters. SHEEP150 Ewes and Wether La»bs, to be sold- in Lots to suit purchasers. Also the IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c i Luncheon at 11 a.m. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. £ r<*|| on Conditions. To.be sold by Private Treaty. 1. The Leasehold Dwelling-house, Yard, and P|pmises known 'its,* ED £ rEHILL H0LTSE, Bi^ny- mor Road, withife 25 yards of Promenade, full view of Sfea, containing 3 Reception Rooms., Kitchen, Back-kitchen, Pantries, and all conveniences, 6 Bedroomsland large attic over whole house. Im- mediate possession. K The Leasehold Dwelling-house and Garden situated and bying No. 23, Railway Terrace, in the ocQB^ation of Mr. Thomas, containing front and bacfe'Parlours and Kitchen, Wash-house, Pantry, and other conveniences. 3 Bedrooms and Attic over the whole house. For further particulars of these two convenient and desirable dwelling-houses, terms, ground rent, apply to T. J, SAMUEL-, Solicitor, Great Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth. •.# Sales by Auction. LLUESTHEN, LLA SANTFFRAID. "J%/L"R- D. L. JONES will Sell by Jkiction at the LTX above place ON SEPTEMBER 30TH, 1899, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS ANli HOUSEHOLD FUFNITITRE. 't Full particulars in future issues. • GELLILLYNDU, LLANIO ROAD. MR. D. L. JONES will Sell by Auction at the above place ON OCTOBER 4TH, L<F}99, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. .Full particulars in later isbues. ) BRYNGWYN, BLAENPENNÄL. IMPORTANT SALE OF S TO C K, ETC. MR. D. L. JONES will Sell by Auction at the above place ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 1899, THE KOTED STOCK OF CATTLE, HORSES, IMPLEMENTS AKB HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FTC. Full particulars in future ISSG £ S- PBNTRHOSER, LLANRHYSTYD. I MR. D. L. JONES will sell by Atiction at the above £ >lace, J AT AN EARLY DA THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, & Further particulars in future igfues; S** C N w V- Y -1) I) w Y ROsj T Near Penrhiwtrawsnant. IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, CROL»- ■ IMPLEMENTS, &e. IYR. D. L. JONES will Sell by Public Auction J.TJL at the above place "H ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH; 1899, The whole of the STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS, &c. PENRHOSER, LLANBKJFISTYD. IMPORTANT SALJ: 01>SI«»CK, IM'^EMENTS, 4XD HOUSEHOLD FURNIISIRE. l' 4f > MR. D. L'J^NES will Sell at the above Place & ON SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1899, The whole of the STOCKS IM Ft EMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. BLACK %10$HJ0TEL, i -VtO MESSRS." 1YILLIAMS"& EVANS have been W instructed by Mr. Hugh Arch, who is retiring from the Hotel business, to Sell by Auction at the above place, ON "VYEBNESDAY^OCTFLBER 4nr 1899, THE CARRIAGES, HORSBS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Six Months' Credit. Sale to commence'at 1 o'clock ——-—————————— DOLATF, RIIOSYGELL, DEVIL'S BRIDGE. 1|/|«SSRS. WLFSLIAMS & E^ANS will Sell ITA by Auction, *■ .ON- SATURDAY/ SEPT. 30TH, The whole of the -STOCK, CltOP- AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. Six months credit on conditions. THE ABBEY FARM, PONTRHYDFENDIGAID. IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, &c. MESSRS. WILLIAMS & EVANS have been instructed by Messrs. C. & R- Arch, to Sell by Auction, at the above place. ON FRIDAY OCTOBE £ 6TH, *1899, The Following LIVE G £ COCK, IMPI#EMEL £ rS &C. CATTLE.-io Excellent Cows and Heifers in calf (two of which are with calves at foot), 12 Heifers and Steers rising two years old. The whole of the Cattle are of Short-horn breed. HORSES.—1 Sftrong Roadster Mare. 9 years old, with SUCKLINGT licr heels 2 Roadster Mares, rising four years old; 1 Ditto, three years oltl; 2 Ditto, rising two years old. PON LBS.—1 Moffo|$in Pony, rising five VEARS^LD, and likely to B&TN foal; 1 Ditto, rising years old, and likely to be in foal; l-Fdny Horse, rising two years old; 2 Sucklings. 'SHEEP.-110 Cross-bred Cheviot Ewes, 140 Ewe Lambs, 160 Wether Lambs, 6 Three-year-old Rams, 5 Ram Lambs. (, IMPLEMENTS.—2 Scotch Ploughs as new, Horfee Drag, Harrow, Mowing Machine by Samuelson, Horse Hay Rake, 2 Chaff-cutters, Turnip Pulper, Gambo, Pair of Cart Wheels, 2 Spring Traps, and many other useful lots. '!t, SIX MONTHS' CREDIT. Luncheon on the Table at 11. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 12 PUNCTUAL. N.B.-The Auctioneers beg to call the special attention of farmers and dealers to this sale. The Cattleiiare of an excellent breed, and the Cows are good milkers. The Sheep are of a special Cheviot cross-breed of large size, and rarely met with. The Horses are good workers and breeders, handsome and strong bone. SALES BY MR. S. H. EVANS, AUCTIONEER, LAMPETER. SEPTEMBER 29TH, Friday PANTYRONEN FFRWD, near Lampeter, Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, See. SEPTEMBER 30TH, Saturday.—ESGAIRCRWYS, in the Parish of Llancrwys, Stock, Crop, Imple- ments, &c. OCJOBER 4TH, Wednesday. — BRYNMADOG, D^RRY Ormond, Stock, Implements, and House- "'MIOKL Furniture. OCTOBER 5TH, Thursday.—TYNWAUN, Farmers, Stock Implements &-c. &c. OCTOBER 6TH., Friday,— DOLGWM ILFTUSE, LAMPETER, Household Furniture; HENDKELAS TALSARN, Stock, Implements, &c., at an early date. PHRENOLOGY PHYSIOGNOMY t' PALMISTRY PROF. W. A. WILLIAMS, F.N.P.I., London, the expert character reader, author and lecturer on mental science, health, &c., is now on a short visit to ABERYSTWYTH and may be consulted daily at 29, Pllm STREET, from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. ? Don't miss this opportunity of having your HEA." or HAND examined oy an EXPERT. Call for Órcuh: of fees and press opinions. £ j NOTE.-Our OXLY Address, 29, PIEH SRRIIMV. NO c, o'ill(,Ct plireiiologist s, or palinists. Public Notices. TALYLLYN SCHOOL BOARD. WANTED' a Male Assistant Teacher (ex-P.T.), able to take Standards 111., IV., or V. Must be AL>L^ to speak Welsh, salary £ 50. Apply, stating age, previous engagements, and when able to en'-er upon duties, with three recent Testimonials, on or before October 10th, to D. IFOR JONES, POST OFFICE, Corris, R.S.O., Meirioneth. 1_— Early Closing Association. The One o'clock Early Wednesday Closing of Shops will re-commence NEXT WEDNESDAY, OCTORER 4TH. THE BRITISH WOMEN'S TEMPER- ANCE SOCIETY. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MISS GORHAM will deliver a lecture at the Old Assembly Rooms, October 19th, 1899. ABERAYRON URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. THÊ PUBLIC LIBRARIES' ACT, 1892. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a meeting of the Aberayron Urban District Council held on the 31st day of August, 1899, it was resolved that "The Public Libraries Act, 1892," be adopted for the said Urban District and that the said Act shall come into operation on the 19th day of October next. By order, B. C. JONES, Aberayron, Clerk to the said Council. 9th September, 1899. 1 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales.) .PRESIDENT The Right Hon. Lord RENDEL. PRINCIPAL: T. F. ROBERTS, M.A. (Oxon). The Courses of Instruction are arranged to meet the requirements for graduation in Arts and Science in the University of Wales, and will also be found serviceable to Students preparing for the Degree Examinations in Arts and Science of the University of London, for Examinations at Oxford and Cam- bridge, or for Medical Study at these or other Universities. The fee for either the Arts or Science Course is £ 10, a small extra charge being made for Laboratory practice. Entrance Scholarships, ranging in value from £40 to P,10, are awarded in September of each year. The College possesses a well furnished Gym- nasium, Recreation Grounds, Boats, &c. MEN STUDENTS reside in Lodgings, which arc obtainable at very moderate rates in the town. For WOMEN STUDENTS a large and com- modious Hall of Residence is provided. Some of the Professors receive a limited number of Men Students as Boarders. For General Prospectus, and also for Special Prospectuses of the Normal and Agricultural Departments, the Training Department for Second- ary Teachers, and all other particulars, apply to T. MORTIMER GREEN, Registrar. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. A CONSTITUENT COLLEGE OF THE UNIVER- SITY OF WALES. President: THE RIGHT lION. LORD TREDEGAR. PrincipalJ. VIRIAMU JONES, M.A., B.Sc., F.R.S. MEDICAL FACULTY. Students, both men and women, who wish to prepare for the Medical Degrees of the University of London, Durham, or the Scottish Universities, or for the diplomas of the London or Scottish Colleges, or of the Societies of Apothecaries, may spend in Cardiff from two to three out of their five years of medical study "t a cost which compares favourably with that of medical education in London or elsewhere in the provinces. The College Laboratories and Museums are supplied with modern requirements for teaching, and the students have access to the out-patient department of the Infirmary—within three minutes walk from the College—and can take out their surgical dressing and clinical clerking. Aberdare Hall provides accommodation for women students of the Medical School. Terms 30 to 40 guineas per session of 31J weeks. 2 The Medical Prospectus can be obtained on applica- tion to the Registrar of the College. Further information and advice may be obtained from the Dean of Medical Faculty, or J. AUSTIN JENKINS, B.A., Secretary and Registrar. University College, Cardiff. Aberystwyth School Board. SESSION 1899-1900. Science Si Art Classes WILL BE HELD DURING THE WINTER EVENINGS, TO COMMENCE MONDAY, SEPT. 25,1899 ART CLASSES AT THE BOARD SCHOOLS. TEACIIER IR. JOHN H. APPLETON (Certificated Art Master; Silver Medallist; late Examiner in Art to the Science and Art Department; Associate of the Man- V* Chester Academy of Fine Arts, &c.) Instruction will be given in all Branches of Draw- ing, Designing, Modelling and Decorative Art, and, on application, any special Instruction needful for the artistic development of the Trades and In- dustries of the District. jèNDA YS AND FRIDAYS, 6-30 TO 9-30. t". SATURDAYS, 10 TO 1. Inclusive Fee, paid in advance, 5s. the Session, or 2s. 6d. for one subject. SCIENCE SUBJECTS TEACHER: MR. JOHN H. APPLETON. (National Silver Medallist in Machine Drawing.) Building Construction: Tuesday, 6-30 to 7-35; Thursday, 8-40 to 9-45. Practical, Plane, and Solid Geometry Tuesday, 7-35 to 8-40; Thursday, 7-35 to 8-40. Machine Construction and Drawing: Tuesday, 8-40 to 9-45; Thursday, 6-30 to 7-35. TEACHER: MR. D. J. SAER, A.C.P. (Double Honours in Science atth Kensington.) Physiography Tuesday, 8 to »; Thursdsy, 7 to 8. Mathematics Tuesday, 7 to 8; Thursday, 8 to 9. Foes, paid in advance, 2s. 6(L each subject. Stuilent.S may work upon finished Drawings for the National Competition at any time the school is open for instruction. ART DAY CLASSES AT THE COLLEGE. TOCHER: MR. JOHN H. APPLETON. T71 MtoAYS, 10-15 TO 1. COMMEN- ,-NO THURSDAY, SEPT. 28TH. ♦. —■—~ ig in Oft. TOR Water Colour, Designing, I) II'-R. Modelling^"Black and White for Process, a." Special Instruction applied for. I £.1 Is." PER TERM* OFjill CONSECUTIVE LESSORS, PAID 0 ADVANCE. i !i formation about courseS ion ;-e<mi.vdior National Science and AvHS^iqlarshipi- iiv.d Awards, the British Institution J^LjiiYhit- Scholarships, Teacher's Cortificatos58«Mwl and other Sehools, v, ill be gi\ ciMju: Sjoti to the J'tlastcf. Public Notices. ROYAL PIER PAVILION. Proprietors Aberystwyth Improvement Co., Ltd. Registered Offices 56, Chancery Lane, London. THURSDAY. FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, September 28th, 29th, and 30th, GRAND BIOGRAPH ENTERTAINMENT SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. GRAND NEW PICTURES NEVER BEFORE EXHIBITED IN ABERYSTWYTH, Including the Following:— 1. A Ride over Brooklyn Bridge on a Cable Car from New York to Brooklyn. 2. Ritchie, the wonderful Tramp Cyclist. 3. An Indian Parade. 4. Grand Military Steeplechase at Sandown. 5. Topsy Turvey, or the Jugglers at a Restaurant. 6. The Lifeboat Alarm, &c., &c. N.B.-SATURDA Y NIGHT, Sept. 30th, A SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT Will be given to SCHOOL CHILDREN, AT 6.30 P.M. ADMISSION—2D. Constitution Hill, Cliff Rail- way & Pleasure Grounds. BATTLE OF CONFETTI, SWITCH- BACK RAILWAY, DANCING IN THE OPEN AIR, concluding with a grand display of FIREWORKS. A.I.C. ORCHESTRAL BAND in attendance. Prices after 5 p.m.—Up Journey, including admission to the Ground, 6d.; Down Journey, 2d.; Ground Entrance. 3d. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN WILLIAMS (Or ABERAYRON) BEGS to inform the Public of ABER- YSTWYTH and Neighbourhood that he has taken over the business lately carried on by Mr. H. P. EDWARDS at MILL STREET, which he will continue as hereto- fore and will add to it a BACON-CURING FACTORY. J. WILLIAMS guarantees that every class of Meat stocked will be of the BEST QUALITY and LOWEST POSSIBLE: PRICE. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. J. W. is open to buy pigs at Market Prices. Business Notices. THE DOYEY PHARMACY, ABERDOVEY. (NEAR ST. PETER CHURCH.) A HIGH-CLASS Dispensing Establishment, under the control of an experienced and a fun- qualified Chemist. Patronised by all the leading Physicians, Surgeons, Clergy and the elite of the neighbourhood. PROPRIETOR: -ISAAC T. LLOYD, M.P.S. DISPENSING CHEMIST, CHELSEA, LONDON. Sole Agent for Idris Royal Table Waters in Syphons and Bottles. The largest and cheapest Syphons sold in the district. Agent for all the leading Patent Medicine and Specialities connected with Pharmacy. A large assortment of Perfumery, Sponges, Bathing Caps, &c., and every kind of Toilet Requisites. Ilford's Cadett's'and other makers' Plates, Films, and P. O. P. kept in stock. Dark Room for changing plates. A first-class stock of GROCERIES and ITALIAN GOODS kept. Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, &t, &c. Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits. Cadburv's Cocoa and Chocolates. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS, as there is no other Chemist Establishment at Aberdovey conducted according to the Pharmacy Acts. MANAGER :—JOIIN EVANS, M.P.S., CHEMIST AND DRITOGIST. OWENS BROS., 31, NORTHGATE STREET ABERYSTWYTII, BUILDERS, JOINERS, F UNDERTAKERS, <fc c Estimates given for every description of work. WORKSHOP -PORTLAND LANE. ESTABLISHED 1815. O WE N, BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS, 19 & 21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH BEST BREAD & PASTRY FRESH EVERY DAY A Large TEA ROOM has been opened above the shop. Cold Luncheons—Teas and other Refreshments. Home-made Veal and Ham and Pork Pies W. H. TRUSCOTT, WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, LAPIDARY AND OPTICIAN. QW rilERRACE T>OAD, (OPPOSITE THE JL JLLU POST OFFICE). A large assortment of Wedding, Diamond and Gem Rings. THE WATERLOO COACHES Un Da to the V DEVIL'S BRIDGE. AND OTHER PLACES OF INTEREST BOOKING OFFtCE WATERLOO IIOTEL, T E R R A C E itOAD, t .v Business Notices. ESTABLISHED 1835. D. R. JONES A'D SON; LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S & CHILDREN'S, BOOT A SHOE MAKER, 7, BRIDGE STREET, li E R YSTWYTH A large assortment of Children's Boots and Shoes always in Stock. Sand Boots in Great Variety. Repairs neatly and promptly'executed. AGENT FOR HERCULES NOBILITY AND THE HOLDFAST BRAND. Lampeter Hand-sewn Boots always in Stoek. J. W. EVANS, DRAPER AND OUTFITTER. J GREAT JQARKGATE ST., ABERYSTIA-YTIT. NOTE.—EVERY DESCRIPTION OF READY-MADE CLOTHING. ALSO CLOTHING MADE TO MEASURE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. n APS, CAPS, SHIRTS, T IES, FOOTBALL REQUISITES, ETC. H AIRDRE S SIN G. BUY YOUR ORNAMENTAL HAIR DIRECT FROM THE MAKER. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TRESSES OF HAIR, CYCLIST FRINGES, WIGS, SCALPS, PARTINGS, FRONTS, HAIR DYES, RESTORERS, and all kinds of TOILET REQUISITES. LADIES' HAIR COMBINGS TASTEFULLY MADE CP. A. JOINSOX, 14, P IER STREET, BERYSTWYTH RICHARD MORGAN GENERAL GROCER, CORN & FLOUR MERCHANT, G R. E AT D ARNGATE s T R E E T, A BERYSTWYTH. COUGH MIXTURE FOR WINTER COUGH AND BRONCHITIS TRY ROBERT ELLIS'S COUGH MIXTURE AND CHEST TONIC. 10d. and 2s. 3d. per bottle, post free. 2 Mr. J. E. LEAH, A.R.C.O., Organist and Choirmaster English Congregational Church, Portland-street, Aberystwyth (late of Richmond Hill Congregational Church, Bournemouth), Gives lessons by Correspondence in Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue, &< Personal lessons also in Pianoforte. Organ, Singing and Theory. Pre,,tr,il; Examination. Many Successes. Sclii till ATTENDED. Next term commences Sep- tembu IdLt, Engagements accepted for Organ Recitals, Concerts, &c. Address: "Garth," North Road, Aberystwyth. HOPKINS & SON, BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, ABERYSTWYTH. GWNEIR POB MATH « ° Argraffwaith YN DDESTLUS A BUAN YN SWYDDFA'R "Ukisb Gazette" JJEOL Y JJONT A GRAY'S JJD A BERYSTWYTH, AM BRISIAU LLLIESYMOL. t: ¡ ') 0YFIEITHIR LLAWYSGRIFAU CYMREIG A JGEISXLG AR DELERAU PJIAD.
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