Intermediate School Governors. The annual meeting of the governors of the Aberystwyth County School was held on Friday evening last, at the Town Hall, when there were present Mr. George Davis (chairman), Mrs Jessy Williams, Mrs. W. Griffiths (Waterloo), Miss Jones (Portland-street). Rev. Thomas Levi, Archdeacon Protheroe, Alderman C. M. Williams (mayor), Mr. J. P. Thomas, Mr R. J. Jones, Ir. David Samuel (headmaster), and Miss Ewart (senior mistress). Mr. George Da-ris, the retiring chairman, said the first bueiness was to elect a chairman for the ensuing year.—The Rev. T. Levi, proposed Mrs. Jessy Williams (the vice-chairman tor the last o years)as chairman for the ensuing year.—The Mayor seconded, and said that the committee were fortunate in having a lady who took such keen interest in education as Mrs. Williams. He also spoke of the good services she rendered last October, when the schools were opened by Lord Bendel.-The proposition was unanimously carried. Alderman C. M. Williams proposed that the Rev. Thos. Levi, be elected vice-chairman. He was one who had been a member of the committee ever since the commencement, and in many other ways was the senior.—This was seconded, but Mr. Levi appealed to be excused, as he had so many other things in band this year.—Aldermen C. M. Williams said he had nominated Mr. Levi in previous years to occupy the vice-chair, but fearing that the Chairmen would not be regular in their attendance, he had not pressed his nomination very hard. This year. knowing that Mr. Levi's, duties would be very light indeed, as he felt almost sure that Mrs. Williams would attend all the meetings, he hoped he would accept the office.- The rev. gentlemen ultimately agreed to take the office, and he was uuanimously appointed. The committees for the ensuing year were appointed as followsFinance and Executive Committee.—The Chairman, Rev T. Levi, Mr. Geo. Davis, Alderman Peter Jones, Alderman C. M. Williams. Mr. Richard Richards, and Mr. J. P. Thomas. Lodging House Committee.—The Chair- man, Mrs. Griffiths, Miss Jones, and Alderman C. M. Williams. Messrs. R. J. Jones and Richard Richards were appointed auditors. The Finance Committees' report was presented by Alderman C. M Williams and recommended pavment of bills and salaries to the amount of 440 18s. 6d. It also recommended that at the entrance examination six scholarships be offered for boys and six for girls, all of whom for the last three years must have been pupils at a public elementary school. A letter was read from Mr. H. C. Fryer, clerk to the County Governing Body, stating that the examination of the school would take place on Wednesday. May 9th, and the inspector would be very pleased to meet as many local managers as possible at the school after the examination, A communication was read from Professor Genese stating he had visited the school on the previous Monday. He found admirable order and discipline. At Mr. Samuel's request he examined two classes in arithmetic and algebra, and was pleased by the intelligence and interest in the work shown by the pupils. He also referred to the muddy state of the playground after rain, which seemed a serious defect. He also suggested that the election of officers in future should take place at the March meeting. The Clerk was directed to write to Professor Genese stating that this course would be incon- venient, as the managers elected by the County Council were not appointed until after March 8th. Mr. Appleton, the art master, appeared before the Governors, and pointed out that his duties at the County School did not terminate the same time as his duties at the College and the Board School At these two places his duties were at an end in June, whereas the County School did not end until July. That caused him considerable inconvenience, and he understood when he was engaged that all his duties were to terminate at the end of June. The matter could easily be arranged with the County School without in any way interfering with the efficiency of his class.— At Alderman C. M. Williams' suggestion, it was decided that Mr. Appleton write a letter to the clerk, which would be considered at the next meeting
Board of Guardians. The fortnightly meeting of the Aberystwyth Board of Guardians was held on Monday morning at the Union Workhouse, there being present Mr. David Iforean. Llanfihangel Upper (in the chair). Jffeasrs nn'gn tingnes, •o. T. 2. Salmon, Rev. 1. A. Fenry, Edwin iturris. AWI/SC- wyth Rev. John Davies and Edward Jones, Ceu- laumaesmawr Thomas Jenkins and Win. Morris, Cvfoethybrsnin Richard James, Henllys; Daniel Morris, Llanilar; W. A. Miller, Issavndre; James Jones, Llanbadarn Lower; E. J. Evans, Llangwyr- yfon; Evan Lewis, Llan Hamminiog; John Jones, Llan Mefenvdd; Charles Davies, Llanychairn; T. James, Trefeirig Richard Thomas, Tirymynach and Thomas H Jones. Parcel Canol; with Hugh Hughes (clerk), and J. G. Davies (assistant clerk). STOCX TAKING. A certificate was submitted from Mr. Lewis Williams, stock-taker, stating he had examined the stock of provisions, clothing, necessaries, &c., at the Workhouse, and found it corresponded with the atock book. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master reported that the number in the House the first week of the first fortnight was 46, and a similar number during the second week. The number of vagrants relieved the first week was 15, and the second week 22. The total number of Taerrants relieved the past half year was 314, viz., 301 males, 5 females, and 8 children. During the corresponding period last year 420 vagrants were relieved (396 males, 12 females, and 13 children), an increase over this year of 107. OUT DOOR RELIEF. The amount of out-relief administered during the past fortnight was as follows :-Per Mr. Thos. Taughan, £47 15s. 5d to 165 paupers per Mr. J. Morgan, P-4,3 13s. Od to 140 paupers and per Mr. J. J. Hughes, P,39 8s. Od to 144 paupers. A MOTHER'S MAINTENANCE. Amongst the applications for relief was one case of an old woman who bad two sons, one of whom, so the relieving omcer informed the Board, was a clerk in holy orders. Mr Edwin Morris proposed that this son be ordered to contribute 5s. a week toward his mother's maintenance. Mr T. E. Salmon desired to know the son's cir- cumstances before they took steps to compel him to contribute. Mr E. Morris: What a near s salary Mr Salmon said it would be too hard to compel this man to pay 5s. a week, as'they were only paid £ 50, £60 or £70 a year. This remark created great laughter among some of the other members, and Mr Salmon retorted with the remark" that these farmers are all laughing, but they have to pay tithes, and very often it takes a long time to get them in." Mr Salmon also pointed out that clergymen had many calls upon them. Mr Richard James asked whether the son was a vicar or a curate. The Relieving Officer said he was a vicar. It was then proposed that the applicant have 5s. a week. and that the son be ordered to contribute that amount. Mr Salmon asked whether the Clerk could not write to the two sons before taking this step. Per- haps they were not aware their mother was in such circumstances. Mr E. Morris said he thought the sons knew Tery well. Mr Richard James remarked that it was a dis- grace to any minister of religion that his mother should become chargeable to the Union. It was eventually decided that the Clerk write to the two sons, and in the meantime the Relieving OtteN to watch the case. j CLERK'S SALARY. Mr. W. A. Miller reported that the Assessment Committee had at their last meeting unanimously agreed to recommend the payment of the Clerk's Salary for the past year. He now proposed that this be paid. Mr. G. Fossett-Roberts, seconded, and this was unanimously carried, it being also decided to pay the rent for registered, offices of the Board for the same period. SOLDIERS J YD S.VILOUS AND OTHER DEPENDENTS. The Rev T. A. Penry. in response to a request by the Association of Poor Law Union, proposed a resolution to the effect, that the necessary stepa should be taken up by the Legislature to adequately provide from national sources for the wives and children of soldiers and sailors now being partly maintained by charity; soldiers and sailors disabled on active service, and the wives, orphans, and others totally dependent upon soldiers and sailors dying whilst on active service. The proposer saidhe thought this should commend itself to them when they knew that inadequate provision was made from national sources for the maintenance of those who served the country in various ways. And he thought it would be far more satisfactory if the Government would take the matter in hand and make the necessary provision for the maintenance of widows and orpliin-s of those ',V' fell in their country's service. Mr W. A. Miller seconded the resolution, and said he thought it v.-as the duty (if the Legislature to take care that soldier's and sailor's were ] adequately provided for especially considering that of late years a Workmen's Compensation Act had been passed. He thought the Government should commence as near as possible at home with their own employees, and he would like to see the re- solution sent to the member of Parliament for the county with the view to its being brought before the Government. Mr T. E. Salmon supported ,the resolution, and remarked that he also thought it was time that out-relief should be borne by the Imperial Ex- chequer. Mr James Jones: The beer tax you mean? Mr Salmon said it did not matter whether it was the beer tax or the spirit tax. Those who did not drink beer and spirits paid least towards taxation, and they were the biggest opponents in regard to intoxicating drinks. The resolution was then put to the meeting and unanimously carried. VOTE OF THANKS. The Rev T. A. Penry said that as this was the last meeting of the Board for the financial year, he moved that their heartiest thanks be extended to the Chrirman for the excellent way he had con ducted the meetings during the past vear. He had impressed everyone of them as a strong chairman, and controlled the meetings, whatever might be the nature of the business under discussion, with a strong hand, and had directed the affairs of the Board to the satisfaction of everybody. This was not a formal matter, as be felt he was only express- ing what others were thoroughly convinced of. Mr. Edward Jones.said he concurred with what Mr. Penry had said, and he had tpe greatest pleasure in supporting the resolution. Mr. G. F. Roberts supported, and speaking as a town guardian said he felt Mr Morgan had treated all cases which came before him with the greatest impartiality and fairness.—The vote was carried with acclamation, and the Chairman, in acknow- ledging, said he would have liked to have:carried out his duties better, as he felt he had been im- perfect very often. He felt indebted to the members for the assistance they had given him during the year. Mr. Salmon then proposed a vote of thanks to the Vice-chairman (Mr. W. A. Miller). Although unable to speak the Welsh language, he had carried out the duties in a manner which was a credit to him. The Rev. J. Davies seconded, and Mr. Win. Morris, in supporting, said although Mr. Miller was an Englishman he believed he understood Welsh. He felt they ought to be very careful what they did y 11 say in Welsh, as he understood everything (laughter). Mr. Miller briefly and suitably acknowledged. On the proposition of Mr. G. Fossett Roberts, seconded by Mr. Salmon, a vote of thanks was also accorded the officials, on whose behalf the Clerk responded. A similar compliment was also paid the Press, on the proposition of Mr. Salmon, seconded by the Chairman
-n ILI CARDIGANSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS. The Quarter Sessions for the county of Cardigan were held on Thursday last at the Shire Hall, Lampeter. The calendar was a light one, there being only one case down for hearing. Mr J. W. Willis Bund (chairman) presided and the other justices of the county present were Rev Canon Rice Jones Lloyd, Troedyraur; Major Pryse-Lewes, Ty- glyn Aeron; Capt. Stewart, Alltyrodyn Mr. Lewis Davies, Llancrwys Mr. W. Inglis Jones, Derry Ormond and Thomas Davies, Llanddewibrefi. GRAND JURY. The Grand Jury were empanelled as follows:— Lewis Bearne, Bridge-street, Aberystwyth; Edward Bebb, Maesllyn, Z, Caron-is-clawdd; John DaTies, Dulas House, Lampeter; Daniel Davies, Harford-square, Lampeter; John Davies, Llanwenog; David Edwards, Dolfor, Llanilar; Thomas Evans, Llysfaenuchaf, Llanwnen; Evan Evans, Llechwedd- issaf, Llanwnen David Evans, Dolauganol, Llan- wenog Henry Hosking, Brynymor-terrace, Aber- ystwyth Henry Hughes, Pantcoy, Silian Richard James, Camerfawr, Caron. is-clawdd Evans Jones, Dolwlff, Llanwenog; Watkin Jones, Gelligwenyn, Silian; James Lloyd, Blaenbronfair, Llanwenog; Rowland Morgan, Great Darkgate-street, Aberyst- wyth; Alfred Noyes, Pier-street, Aberystwyth John Williams, Esgerberfedd, Caron-is-Clawdd. ABSENT JURORS. The following persons who bad been summoned to appear on the'Grand Jury did not appear :—G. W. S. Colquhoun, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth; David Davies, Pentrebwlen, Gogoyan; John Evans, jun., Pontfaen, Lampeter; Thomas Owen, Llan- badarn-road, Aberystwyth; David Thomas, Lan Vaughan, Llanwenog; and D. T. Williams, College- street. Lampeter. Tha rv,n r(in,srl;pr1 fhrit. it was too "had that. gentlemen in the neighbourhood of the Court bad failed to attend when summoned on the Grand Jury, while other gentlemen had come from a con- siderable distance to attend the Court. Those gentlemen of the Grand Jury who had treated the Court with contempt would be fined E5, If they éould give sufficient reason to explain their absence that would be another matter. Two of the defaulting jurymen, viz., Messrs. David Davies and David Thomas, put in an appear- ance shortly after their names had been called, and having satisfactory reasons for non-attendance at the proper hour, both were excused. ATTEMPT ON THE PRINCE'S LIFE. The Chairman then said that he was sure he would be expressing the unanimous opinion of the Court, before taking any other business, that they slaould pass a resolution expressing their extreme satisfaction that no injury was done to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales the previous day. A more dastardly attempt, from what one could gather from that morning's papers, it was impossible to imagine. This was not the place, and he ought not to go into the circumstances connected with it or the motive that 'inspired it. They could only hope that the man was out of his mind. But what- ever it was, he was sure they in the county, who had bad the honour of receiving a visit from the Prince of Wales personally for the encouragement of an educational institution-being the Chancellor of the Welsh University—could only feel grateful to Providence that no injury had happened to his Royal Highness. And he would only be expressing y 11 not only their feelings but that of the whole Prin- cipality when he moved the following resolution:— That this Court respectfully desires to assure H. R. H. the Prince of Wales on the extreme satisfaction with which they learn that H. R. H. was unhurt in the recent dastardly attempt upon his life, and also to express their fervent hope that under the protection of Providence H. R. H. will always escape from all dangers he may meet with." The resolution was seconded by Mr. W. Inglis Jones, and carried unanimously. STANDING JOINT COMMITTEE. The appointment of twelve justices to act as members of ihe Standing Joint Committee to hold office until the Easter Quarter Sessions, 1901, was the next business. The Chairman said he regretted to say that Mr John Fowden, Bank Hall, Lampeter, had written to him stating he would no longer be able to serve on the committee. Mr Fowden had been a representative for so long and attended so regularly, that he very much regretted they would no longer have his services. As he understood that his health was such that he could not con- tinue to act on the committee, he would not like to press him to remain. Mr Herbert Davies-Evans was serving his Queen in South Africa, and con- sequently could not be there. He begged to pro- pose that the places of these two gentlemen be filled by Mr J. G. P. Hughes, Alltlwyd, and Rev. Thomas R. Davies, Llanddewi-brefi. Mr Thomas Davies seconded, and the proposition was unanimously agreed to. PETTY JURY, The petty jury consisted of the following:— Messu Augustus Askew, Aberystwyth; Thomas Jones, College-street, Lampeter Geo.. H' Pember- ton, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth Daniel Hughes, Maestir, Lampeter; Thomas D. Lloyd, Dolgwm House, Lampeter; Wm. H. Hollier, Bridge- street, Aberystwyth; John R. Morris, Princess- street, Aberystwyth; y..ïllim Lloyd, Tynllwyn, Llanwnen; Jenkin Jenkins, Blaenwaen Ucha, Llanwnen; Thomas R. Edwards, Castell Brigan, Lampeter; and Randolph Fear, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. BURGLARY AT BOW STREET. The solitary case for trial was that of John Allen, labourer, who was indicted for felinousiy breaking and entering the dwelling house Rhyd- 9 11 tir. near Bow Street, in the parish of Llan- badarn Fawr, and felinousiy stealing therefrom £ 7 8s in money, a gold watch, value £ 7, a Morocco purse, value Is, and one paper-glazed money box, value 6d, the property of Mr John Corbett. The Grand Jury had returned a trlie bill'' against the I accused. Mr Stanley Griffith Jones (instructed by Mr Vaughan Edwards, from the office of Mr Hugh Hughes, solicitor, Aberystwyth), conducted the j case for the prosecution. Prisoner, who was un- defended, in reply to the charge, pleaded not guilty. John Corbett, prosecutor, was the first witness called. He said his house was about 100 yards ) irom the turnpike road, and about half a mile from Bow Street station. On the 10th March he and his daughter went to Aberystwyth. They left j at three o'clock, after locking all the floors and fastening all the windows. They returned about I 6-30 the same evening, and found that the house had been broken into. He went into the kitchen, ¡ and saw that a tea caddv had been removed from its place, and some papers which it contained thrown about the table. He then went into the I back kitchen, and found that one of the panes of the window had been broken, and the catch drawn back. Witness enumerated.the articles stolen, and I i. said prisoner had been in his employ for three and a half days spreading manure in the field, and digging the garden. Kate Corbett, prosecutor's daughter, gave corro- borative evidence. P.C. Young, stationed at Bow Street, said from information received he proceeded to Mr Corbett's house on the 10th March. He examined the window through which entrance had been effected into the house. Directly underneath the window was a stone tank, containing a small quantity of dirty water. Directly underneath this were to be seen footprints. The constable then produced a sketch of these footmarks, which corresponded exactly with the prisoner's boots. P.C. Powell proved arresting accused on the 12th March at Ystumtuen. He searched him, and found only 31d in coppers upon him. P.C. Davies, Llanbadarn, and P.S. Phillips. Aberystwyth, also gave evidence as to prisoner's whereabouts previous to the date of the alleged burglary. Dorothy Lewis, Tynllidiart Arms, Capel Bangor Elizabeth James, Maesbangor Arms, Capel Bangor; and David Evans, Druid Inn, Goginan, were also called to prove that prisoner had called at their houses on Saturday night, March 10th., and had been supplied with drink in each place. At the latter inn he also stood two rounds of beer to three other men who were present. Prisoner elected to give evidence on his own behalf, and related a long rambling story with the intention of showing the amount of money he had in his pocket, and how he had spent it. He denied completely the charge brought against him. The jury were not unanimous in their verdict in the first place, but they then retired, and after- wards returned with a verdict of guilty." Prisoner then said "I have nothing to say, but I never did it." The Chairman said after that he did not know whether he would say what he intended saying. If information was given whereby the stolen goeds could be restored to the prosecutor it might weigh with the Court in the sentence pronounced upon the prisoner. Unfortunately for him they knew there mad been a previous conviction against the man but they were not in a position to prove it legally. Otherwise, probably, he would have a more serious sentence. But it was a serious offence for a man who had been working at a. place to take the opportunity in the absence of the owner to commit a burglary. The Court, therefore, could not visit him with a lighter sentence than that he should be imprisoned and kept to hard labour for nine calendar months. The Chairman complimented P.C. Young upon the clever way in which he bad given his evidence and also upon the smart manner in which he had worked up the details of the case. The Chairman also directed that a gratuity of 10s. be granted the conf^bl? for his services.
FOOTBALL. WELSH CUP SEMI-FINAL (RE-PLAYED). ABERYSTWYTH V. CARNARVON. Great interest bad been aroused in the re-played semi-final for the Welsh Cup between Aberystwyth and Carnarvon, which took place on Saturday last at Towyn. As .will be remembered, the match on the previous Saturday at Oswestry resulted in a draw of two goals each. Considerably over 600 people availed themselves of the cheap excursion run from Aberystwyth to Towyn on Saturday, and the match was played before an attendance esti- mated at about 1,000. The weather was delight- ful, and the ground in excellent condition. There was one alteration in the Aberystwyth team from that which played at Oswestry, viz., the substitution of Green for Marshall at centre forward, while in the Carnarvon team Hugh Williams played instead of J. R. Williams in the forward line. Mr R. T. Gough, Oswestry, was again the referee. Aberystwyth, losing the toss, kicked off from the town end against a slight wind. Carnarvon were immediately penalised for a foul, and a minute later Aberystwyth forced a corner. The kick was accurately placed, and the ball hovered round the goal mouth for several seconds. Then it was kicked out slightly, and received by John Henry. The skipper put in a marvellous shot, which just missed the cross-bar, and found the net, Thus, within two minutes of the start, Aberystwyth had secured a fine goal. The Southerners again came on the attack, but Carnarvon rallied, and dribbled down the field. A free kick was granted them, and for two or three minutes they gave the Aberystwyth goal a warm time of it. W. Jones relieved with a long kick, and again the Southerners took up the offensive. Carnarvon were penalised for a foul, and Charlie Parry took the kick. This player sent the ball direct into the net, but as it touched no one in its course no goal was allowed. After "nmp pTen play Oi TC"urneo. too tVie. attack. One of the Carnarvon players committed another foul, and the ball was placed right in the mouth of the goal from the free kick. Arthur Green put in a smart header, and sent the ball into the net. On its way, however, it touched J. Evans, and that player being off-side, the goal was disallowed. Aberystwyth were now attacking in excellent style, and secured several free kicks as the result of fouls committed by their opponents. The ball wAs again seen in close proximity to the Carnarvon goal, and Whelan, cleverly beating the back, sent in a stinging shot. Unfortunately, the leather struck the cross-bar, and rebounded into play. Hitherto, Aberystwyth had been dis- tinctly unlucky in the matter of scoring, being continually around their opponents' eroal while the game was particularly marked for the number of fouls given against Carnarvon, which, naturally, did not materially assist them. Barson distinguished himself by a clever single-handed attack on the Carnarvon goal, but the custodian cleared in the nick of time. The Northerners then assented themselves, and play was seen in Aber- ystwyth quarters, Roose being called upon to save twice. After this Aberystwyth transferred opera- tions to the other end of the field, and for some minutes they attacked with a vengeance. Shots were put in, in rapid succession, but they were cleverly cleared each time. With some long kick- ing, Carnarvon were able to place the Aberystwyth goal in jeopardy again. They kept up a vigorous and well-sustained attack, in which the Southern defence shone brilliantly. A stinging shot was sent in from the wing, which Roose cleared in grand style, but had to concede a corner in so doing. This was easily cleared, and then the Aberystwyth forwards broke away with some pretty dribbling. Carnarvon had to assume the defensive, and were subjected to a vigorous attack. A long clear was made, but George Evans made a grand return, which was sent direct to the goal mouth. One of the backs endeavoured to head the ball, with the result that he sent it into his own net, thus scoring No. 2 for Aberystwyth. Play from now to half- time was of an even character. Half-time score:— Aberyst%vyth 2 Goals (Aberystwyth 2 Goals Carnarvon 0 Goals Carnarvon re-started. Aberystwyth now having the advantage of the wind. Oswald and Barson immediately broke away, but the former kicked too hard, and sent the ball behind. Some pretty play followed amongst the Southern forwards, although they were not as effective as they might be in front of goal. After pressing for several minutes and having some narrow squeaks for the goal, a long kick was sent to George Evans at half-way. This player kicked the ball back towards Roose, and by so doing almost made a muddle, a corner having to be conceded. Aberystwyth were not long before regaining the upper hand, Carnarvon being kept mainly on the defensive. Whelan put in a ground shot from the wing, which the goal- keeper just managed to clear. John Henry put in another shot from the centre immediately after, but this was again cleared. The game became quite exciting at this point, Aberystwyth pressing for all they were worth. Carnarvon gained slight relief, but John Henry put Oswald and Green in possession. The latter dribbled rapidly up the field, but his shot went wide of the mark. Although Aberystwyth were having the better of the game, Carnarvon were by no means a broken team. They frequently made determined dashes for the goal, which required the best defence of the backs to check them. After a heavy bombardment, Aberystwyth secured a corner, which, however, proved abortive. Carnarvon then secured relief by a free kick, granted them in consequence of a foul. At this stage an amusing incident occurred. Carnarvon were penalised for a foul, and one of their halves deliberately kicked the ball from the centre of the field to touch. He was then ordered to get the ball himself by the referee. He demurred for some time, but eventually complied with the wishes of the referee, and the game was resumed. Play during the last quarter of an hour tamed down considerably, and it appeared as if no more scoring would be done. Towards the finish, the Aberystwyth forwards made a combined and determined attack on the Northern goal. The backs resisted it pluckily for a short time, but the forwards bad the ball right ia the goal mouth, and eventually Green headed it into the net amid well-deserved applause. Immediately after the whistle sounded, leaving Aberystwyth vktors. FINAL SCORF. Aberystwyth 3 Goals Carnarvon 0 „
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Having a frontage of 150 feet, all the Public and Private kitnr Rooms face the sea and are Lighted by Electricity, W. II.ALMER, Proprietor. BELLE VUE HOEL, ABERYSTWYTH. (Facing the Sea and close to the Pier.) Is one of the most reasonable and comfortable Family and Commoial Hotels in Wales. TABLE D'Eote, 6-30. Boarding Terras from Guineas per week, or 9s. per 'Bus meets all Trains. Tariff on Application to the Manageress. W. H. PJ1ER, Proprietor. WHITE HORSE II (TEL, ABERYSTWYTH. CLOSE TO SEA AND RAILWAY STATrtf. TERMS MODERATE. Propstress V M.A. REA. W ATEELOO HOT IF" ABERYSTWYTH, High-Cla s Family and Commercial Private Hotel and Board in Establishment, uated in the; best part of the Town, facing the Sea, recently much enlarged and r'urnished beino- nnw one of the Largest and Most Comfortable Hotels on the Welsh Co< b6ing D°W PERFECT SANITARY ARRANGEMENTS. EVERY MODERN COMFORT AN CONVENIENCE. tBATHS, BILLIARDS, and ELECTRIC LIGHT. PRIVATE SITTING ROO* INCLUSIVE BOARD TERMS FROM £ 2:2:0 KR WEEK. BUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. A. E, & A. MORRIS, PPrietresses. TERMINUS HOTEL, ABERYSTW TH. modern convenience and is lighted throughout with the Electric Light. t:\try T, E. SAilON, PROPBIBIOR. A PENYPONT HOTEL, TALYLYN. POSTAL ADDRESS-CORRIS, R.S.O. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS—ABRQYNOLWYN This Hotel, which is situate at the west end of the far-famed Lake. Tourists, Visitors, and Cyclists will find every accommodation and comfort at mod-ate charges. Guides for Cader Idris. Posting. Lake and River fishing free to Visitors at tb<jj0 £ gl, THOMAS LLOYD, Wrietor. DAVID BV ANS, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, AND OPTICIAN 39, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth- m fir Iva, SILVER PLATE SUITABLE FOR PRESENTATIONS GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES IN GREAT VARIETY Business Notices. NEW MARKET HALL, j^jpLRKET J^TREET, ^BERYSTWYTH. 0 FURNISHED with STALLS for Butter, Cheese and JL Egg Merchants, Corn Merchants, Green Grocers, Crockery Dealers, Flannel Merchants, Vendors of Toys, &c. FIRST-CLASS CONCERT & BALL ROOM With Seating Accommodation for 700 Persons. Stage fitted with Beautiful Sceneries suit- able for Dramatic Entertainments. Every Convenience for School Treats and Private Parties. Catering undertaken for Excursionists, &c. D. M. HAMEB, PROPRIETOR. EAGLE RESTAURANT, 269 GREAT DARKGATE STREET. NEWLY OPENED. SITUATION CENTRAL. H °T J)INNEES AT 2[ O'CLOCK I EVERY MONDAY. REASONABLE CHARGES. EVERY CONVENIENCE Commodious Rooms, Suitable for Clubs, Committees, &c. TEMPERANCE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, STATION TERRACE, LAM PETER. Two Minutes walk from the Railway Sia Jon. WELL-AIRBD BEDS. BATH ROOM. CHARGES MODEEATB PROPRIETRESS—MRS S. A. WALTERS. W. M. JONES, GENERAL DRAPER, GLASGOW fHOUSE, MACHYNLLETH. AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. DOLGWM HOUSE, LAMPETER. TRANSFER OF BUSINESS.; GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF LLOYD'S STOCK AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS" J. HUGHES EVANS. AUTUMN FASHIONS. C. M. WILLIAMS BEGS respectfully to announce that he is now JD showing a good selection of I NEW GOODS SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON NEW HATS AND BONNETS. NEW MILLINERY. NEW FEATHERS AND FLOWERS NEW RIBBONS AND LACES. N EW DRESS MATERIALS. NEW GOWNS AND SILK SCARFS. J^TEW SILK UMBRELLAS, &c NOTED HOUSE FOR STYLISH HATS AND BONNETS. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MOURNING ORDERS. GENTS' NEWEST SHAPES IN HATS AND CAPS, TIES, SCARFS' COLLARS, CUFFS, &C. Inspection respectfully invited. C. M. WILLIAMS, G ENERAL JJRATERY ESTABLISHMENT, 10, PIER STREET. ABERYSTWYTH. MR. JAMES DAVIES, TUNER AND REPAIRER OF PIANOS AND ORGANS. Recommended by Mr. D. Jenkins, Mus. Bac., Aber- ystwyth, and Mr. A. R. Gaul, Birmingham. Address ROSE HILL, Powell Street, ABERYSTWYTH. AGENT FOR THE SALE OF NEW INSTRUMENTS. REWARD & PRIZE BOOKS ALL PRICES. A visit is respectfully solicited. Orders by Post strictly attended to. NEW FANCY STATIONERY 6d. and Is. CABINETS. W. J E lpN'K i N S' 23, Great Darkgate St. And 13, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Educational. MISS PHILLIPS, CERT. R.A.M., R.C.M., AND TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, QRGANIST OF "y^TESLEY CHURCH, With experience in successfully preparing for the above Examinations. Receives Pupils for Organ, Pianoforte, and Singing. Terms on Application. ADDRESS 34, PIER STREET. HIGH SCHOOL FOE GIltLS v I C T 0 R I A (MARINE) T ERRACEI. Å BERYSTWYTH. SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYD. Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Resident Governesses. REFERENCES— Thomas Jones, Esq., B.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools, Llanelly; The Rev. O. Evans, D.D., King's Cross, London. E. H. Short, Esq., H.M. Inspector, Aberystwvth. Principal Edwards, D.D., Bala Theological College. Principal Roberts, M.A., U.C.W. Principal Prys, M.A., Trevecca College. Dr Scholle Aberdeen University. Rev T. A Penry, Aberystwyth. Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms, &c., apply PRINCIPAL; Business Notices. WM. RICHARDS, GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT Begs to Inform the public that he HAS REMOVED To more Commodious Premises, lately carried on as the IIGNvalia" Temperance Hotel, ARTIFICIAL TEETH. MR. JAMES REES (Seventeen years with Messrs. Murphy and Rowley) 49 rjIRINITY PLACE, A BERYSTWYTH. MR. REES visits TREGARON first and last Tuesday in each Month at Mrs. Williams, Stanley House. Visits Machynlleth the Second and Fourth Wednes- days in each Month at Mrs. R. Jones, Pentre- rhvdin Street (opposite Lion Hotel). Corns on the 1st and 3rd Saturday in each month at Mr W. Evans, Grocer, Liverpool House, (opposite Slaters Arms. Visits Lampeter the First and Third Fridays in each Month, at R. Evans, milliner, 18, Harford Square. CHARGES MODERATE. FOR TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA, TIC. FOR TOOTHACIIE, NEURALGIA, HEADACHE, TIC DOLORIjJUX, and similar PAINS IN ri .E HEAD and GUMS. VICTOLINE Is the Best and ONLY CERTAIN REMEDY IN BOTTLES, Is. I ID., 2s., 3s. 6D. 2 FROM ALL CHEMISTS OR FROM MANUFACTURER M. HOWELL JONES, Towyn, Merioneth. FOR REAL WELSH FLANNEL AND WOOLLEN GOODS GO TO J. & E. EVANS, GENERAL D'RAPERS: AND MILLINERS*. 40 GREAT DARKGATE STREET] A B E RY S T W Y T H. Os byddwch yn methu cael bias ar eich bwyd cymerwch Anti Dyspepsia. GELYN MAWR I DIFFYG TRAUL JONES' ANTI-DYSPEPSIA MIXTURE Un o anhwvlderau mwyaf cvnhefin y ddynoliaeth ydyw Diffyg Traul Bwyd. Yn wir, y mae yn beth mor gyffredin fel y mae pobl yn ei gyfrif yn beth distadl etto, onid ydyw yn rhagredegydd bron bob clefyd 1 Un o arwyddion cyntaf o hono ydyw diffyg archwaeth at fwyd, llawnder yn y cylla ar ol bwyta, dolur yn y pen, ac yn gyffredin corph rhwym brydiau ereill bydd teimlad owagderyn y cylla, awyddfryd gau am fwyd, yn nghyda dwfr poeth yn y frest. Y mae y moddion hyn trwy ei effaith union- gyrchol ar sudd yr ystumog yn adferu hon i'w chyflwr iachus a phriodol, a trwy hyny dvlanwada ar yr holl gyfansoddiad rliydd y teimlad o lesgedd a gwendid le i gyflwr o lioenusrwydd a iechvd. Y mae gennym luaws o dvstiolaethau pobl gyfrifol sydd wedi derbyn gwellhad ar ol defnyddio y moddion hyn, y rhai oeddynt wedi trcioyn agos bob meddyginiaeth arall. Na wnaed neb ddi- galoni dan y clefyd hwn ncs rhoddi prawf teg ar y cyfaill yma. Ar werth mewn Poteli 2s. yr un. gyda chyfarwydd- iadau. I'w gael drwy y Post (ond danfon 2s. mewn stamps) ,gan y gwneuthurwr. Parotoir yn unig gan y Perchcnog- T. JONES, A.P.S., CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, POST OFFICE, TRE3ARON