Board of Guardians. The usual fortnight lv meeting of this Board was held on Monday morning at the Board room. Union j Workh">i< wlion fiwrt* were present Mr YV. V Miller, Issaymire (_oLairmaw), presiding; Mr IVrik Morris, Cyfoethybrenin (vice-chairman); Rev, T. A Penry, Messrs G. Fossett Roberts, T. E. Salmon, Edwin Morris, and Hugh Hughes, Aberystwyth Rev John Davids and Edward dunes, CeuLiuyma.er- mawr; Lewis Richards, Cwmrheidiol; J. B. Mor- gan, Cynullmawr; James Jones, Llanbadani Lower; David Morgan and Thomas Powell, Lli-n- fihangel Upper; Evan Richards, Llanfihangel Lower; E.J. Evans, Llangwyrvfun David Morri>. and David Edwards, Llanilar: Evan Lewis, Llan- haminiog; Chas. Davids, Llanychairn; Tiiomay! James and Richard Davies, Trefeirig; and Richard Thomas, Tirymynachjj with Hugh Hughes (clerk;, E. Llewellyn (assistant clerk), and Wm. June", (master). The Chairman, at the outset, proposed the fol- lowing resolution :—" That we, the Board of Guardians of the Aberystwyth Union, desire to express our deepest sympathy with his Majesty Xing Edward YII., and the Royal Family in the loss sustained by them in the death of their beloved Queen,and whilst expressing our sympathy, that we should also desire to express our loyalty and attachment to his* Majesty, and pray he may be spared many years to reign over us." Mr James Jones seconded, and said as they all knew, their late Queen was not an ordinary woman She was a woman of pure and high character, and bett influence went further than any of them could conceive. She had purfied the highest circles of gocilty. She did not show favouritism to anyone, and' in her household she made no difference be- tween her servants, whether Church or Noncon- formist. The resolution was put to the meeting and carried in silence. MEDICAL OFFICERSHIPS. A letter was read from Dr Hughes, Llanilar, agreeing to remain in oflice as medical officer -niati..the Board had selected a successor. Dr John Morgan, medical officer for the Pont- rhydygroes district, wrote applying for an in- crease of salary, and the application was referred to the committee which had been appointed in the matter. It was reported that, a child that had been adopted by Mr D. James had died in about a week after leaving the House. Mr James had purchased an outfit which cost Z2, and asked the Board to remit him this amount, and also to allow him the usual funeral expenses. The Medical Officer reported that the child had died from natural causes, and had received every attention. On the proposition of the Rev. T, A. Penry it was decided to comply with the request of Mr James, and the outfit to become the property of the Board. DIETARIES ORDER. The Clerk read a letter from the three joint Liverpool goor law areas with regard to the Workhouse.Dietaries Order. The communication desired poor law authorities to petition the Local Government Board to postpone the regulations for at least six months after the introduction of the Order, on the ground that it would mean the serious dislocation of arrangements and that the additional expense was uncalled for and unnecess- ary. The increased expenditure consequent upon the new Order would not be less than £6,000 per annum in the three areas named. The letter was passed round for the perusal of the members, the Chairman stating that notice of motion could be given on the matter if thought necessary. AGED DESERVING PAUPERS. A letter was read from Mr Bircham, Local Government Board Inspector, stating he would like to know what had been the result of the considera- tion of the circular sent out on August 4th last that a special class of aged deserving inmates of the Workhouse should be created, to whom special privileges could be given. The letter was referred to the House Com- mittee. DATE OF ELECTION. At the suggestion of the Clerk, it was decided to to ask the County Council to fix the triennial elec- tion of Guardians for Saturday, March 22nd mext. MASTER'S REPORT. The Master reported that the number in the House the first week of the past fortnight was 50 as compared with 48 the corresponding period of last year, and the second week 49 as compared with <82 last year. The number of vagrants relieved the first week was 23 as compared with 11. and the second week 20 as compared with eight the corres- ponding period last year. The Master stated that a boy named Edgehill, who had been deserted by his mother, had been admitted to the Bluecoat School. The Master also reported that a woman had come into the House with- a bottle of whisky concealed in her dress. For this offence she was liable to a fine of £ 10. The Chairman But where are you going to get. it ? (laughter). The Master From the person who commits the offence, and in default of payment she would be liable to three months' imprisonment. It was suggested that the woman should be pun- ished by being placed on able-bodied diet, but the Master advised the Board not to take that course as during the previous week she had sat up in the sick ward, and the cook. having been ill since Thursday she had to help the matron in the .kitchen. It was decided that the woman be brought be- fore the House Committee and cautioned, MEDICAL OFFICER'S REPORT. The Medical Officer (Dr Bonsall) presented his usual report for the half-year ended December 25th last. tHe stated there was not sufficient ventilation and warmth in the House, that the medical appliances and waterbeds or rack bed- steads were not sufficient in number, and that the lavatories and baths were not sufficient and in good order. Rev. T. A. Penry said that the medical instru- ments were greatly needed, and the nurse would like to get them as early as convenient. It was decided that the Medical Officer draw up a list of the instruments required, and that the same be procured. Regarding the other matters mentioned in the report, the Rev T. A Penry said they had been under consideration, and a report would be pre- sented in due course. OUT-RELIEF. The amount of out-relief administered during the past fortnight was as follows Per Mr Thomas Vaughan, P,50 16s Id to 163 paupers per Mr J. J. Hughes, iE42 2s to 151 paupers; perJMr J. Morgan, ..£54 3s 6d to 150 paupers. PUBLICAN V. SHEPHERD. Mr T. E. Salmon objected to relief being given to a certain applicant on the ground that he had a relative ;vho had hundreds of sheep grazing on the mountains, and he should be ordered to make a contribution. But, continued Mr Salmon, the farmer always favour their own class. Because a man lived in a village and kept a public house they thought he was making his fortune. He would like to see a farmer going to live in a public house. He would soon prefer to go back and keep sheep on the mountains (laughter). Mr James Jones said he quite agreed with Mr Salmon in the case under consideration. He knew the man kept a large sheep walk, and he had fought against the case himself. NURSING ASSOCIATION. Mr G. Fossett Roberts, in accordance with notice, proposed the appointment of the Chairman, Mr James Jones, and Mr T. E. Salmon as repre- sentative of the Board at the annual meeting of the Aberystwyth Nursing Association. Mr Charles Davies seconded. The Rev John Davies proposed as an amendment the appointment of the Chairman, Mr Edward Jones, Talybont, and Mr James Jones, and this having been seconded, was carried by a majority. Mr Salmon remarked that he took it as a vote of ensure from Mr Davies upon him, and that he was not worthy to represent the Board.
North Cardiganshire Monthly Meeting. The Monthly Meeting of the North Cardiganshire Methodists was held on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jan. 22nd and 23rd, at Salem Chapel, Aberystwyth. Mr J. T. Rees, Mus. Bac., was the retiring presi- dent, and the Rev R. H. Edwards, Capel Sion. the new president. The first conference was held on Tuesday morning, when messages from various churches were received. Persons were appointed to take the voice of Ponterwydand DyfTryn churchas in the matter of selecting a niiiiister.- Pe-mission Was given Mr Llewelyn D n les, Pontrhydfendigaiù, a candidate for the ministry, to visit the churches of the district on' probation.—A letter was read from the Rev W. W. LJoyd, Bethesda, General Secretary of the Penrhyn Quarry Committee, asking the Monthly Meeting to recommend the church to make a collection in aid of the men thrown out of employment by the present unfortunate dispute. After discusin; the letter, the Secretary was directed to reply stating that the meeting was not 1 '1 t de to the rtquesi, but tn i: would be no objection to the committee communicating iircci with any church.—On the motion of Mr Dunk-! Ti.- mas, it was decided that, all the churches Vie urgently requested to pay their con- 'ributions. io the Monthly Meeting fund in the luoath of ^ptember, and not, as at present, at the -.•lose of the year.—A letter was read from the Lancashire Pivsbytery introducing the Rev A. the newly inducted liiini.-ier at Bath-street English Chapel. A cordial reception ;;1,; accord I'd Thoiiia. which L. acknowledged :n a few iedsitous words.—It was resolved to issue •i circular t" obtain the nomination of the churches tor ordinations this year.—It was decided that the minutes of the Monthly Meeting be published in the Go'e^uifl an-1 other papers this year as heretofore. --The Pastorate Committee repol ted as to the steps taken in urging churches to appoint pastors where such o-ffiee was not already filled.—Representatives were appointed to attend the Quarterly Association "Meetings to be held during the year.—The County Kund Committee, Building and Chapel Deeds Com- mittee, Finance Committee, etc, were appointed.— The Rev D. I Williams, the county secretary of the Twentieth Century Fund, gave a report as to the progress of the movement in the district. The Meeting expres-ed its gratification at the fact that the sum already promised amounted to nearly £ 3,000, and thai only a further £ 700or ZSOO would be required to make up the quota allotted to this district. All the churches were earnestly pressed to complete their collections as early as possible.—The Rev J. Bowen, secretary of the County Fund Committee, reported that the committee had met the previous day. The collections amounted to about £200, and this amount was voted in various sums to small churches. —The Sunday School Committee report was presented by Mr J. Barclay Jenkins, and suggested the holding of conferences at different places.—Dr Cynddjdan Jones addressed the meeting on behalf of the Bible Society, and requested the churches to excuse him frqrn visiting them this year owing to the multiplicity of his engagements.—The treasurer of the Forward Movemant stated that so far very few churches had sent in their collections, and he urged those which had not done so to make the collections as soon as possible.—A report was given as to the state of the cause at Salem, which was considered very satisfactory. The young church was congratulated upon its flourishing condition.— The next monthly meeting will be held at Saron Chapel, Llanbadarn. In the evening the service was introduced by the Rev T. Mason Jones. Yfoytty Ystwyth, and Dr Cydddylan Jones preached an eloquent sermon. Before the conclusion of the sevice, a telegram was handed in announcing the death of the Queen, and Dr Jones, in conveying the sad news to the congre- gation, paid a touching tribute to her Majesty. On Wednesday morning the Rev R. H. Edwards introduced the service, and sermons were preached by the Revs D. Caron Jones, Borth. and J. Bowen, Pontrhydfendigaid. In the afternoon a general church meeting, open to members of all denomina- tions, was held, and in the evening Dr Cynddylan Jones again preached at Tabernacle Chapel. At the close of Wednesday'morning's, service, a special session of the Monthly Meeting was held for the purpose of passing a xesolution of sympathy with the Royal Family upon the death of the Queen. The Rev D. R. Williams stated that it had been intimated to him that although the attendance was small, compared with that of the previous day, yet it was very proper for them to meet in order. to give expression to their feelings. A resolution of sympathy was then proposed by the Rev T. J. Morgan, Bow Street, and having been seconded by the Rev John Bowen, was unanimously passed.
LLAN AF AN. PRIZF. DISTRIBUTION.—On Wednesday last the prizes for good attendance were presented to the scholars attending Llanafan School, They were kindly givenjas usual.by the young Earl of Lisburne. In consequence of the Queen's lamented death the prizes were given away quite privately after after- noon school by Mr T. Gardiner. Over 80 scholars received books and 13 received medals for attending everytime the school was opened during the year. Mr H. H. Herring, the master, read a message from the Countess of Lisburne in which her Ladyship promised the scholars a treat at Cross- wood in the summer in place of the usual Christmas treat, and advised theJcLildren toattend regularly and devote themselves to their studies. Her Ladyship also kindly sent a telegram wishing all success during 1901 to Llanafan School from the Countess of Lisburne." After distributing the prizes Mr Herring proposed a most hearty vote of thanks to the young Earl and to the Countess of Lisburne for their great kindness, in not only giving the books, but also for so kindly remembering them as was shown in sending such kind and thoughtful messages. Mr Herring reminded ths children that they could best repay their kind friends by attend- ing school regularly and availing themselves of the education provided there to fit themselves to become good and useful men and women in the future. He concluded by wishing long life, health and every happiness to the Countess of Lisburne and her children. A vote of thanks to Mr Gardiner for presiding concluded the proceedings.
LLANYBYTHER. DIPHTHERIA.—Owing to two cases of diphtheria the schools have been ordered to be closed. PRESENTATION. On Wednesday and Thursday afternoon in last week, preaching services were held at Capel Nonni, a small chapel situated in a most romantic place near the village of Llanllwni. There was a very large number of ministers present, among whom we noticed the Revs D. Williams, D.D., Capel Nonni; W. Davies, Llandilo: Wynne Evans, Chester; D. C. Davies, St Clears; E. Lloyd, Bwlch newydd; W. Thomas, Llanboidy; T. T. Davies, Rhydybont; Joseph Davies, Abercwmboy; E. Evans, Llanegryn D. Jones, Gwernllwyn; John Evans, Llanelly Gorlech Jones, Pontyates: and Evans, Tyrhos. In spite of the inclement weather which had been experienced during both days, there were very large congregations. Eloquent sermons were preached by the above named ministers at the various services, and all were fully appreciated. On Thursday afternoon, the pastor of the Nonni Chapel, the Rev D. Williams, D.D. (better known as Williams Rhydybont"), was the recipient of giftsjincludinga handsome address and an oil-paint- in- of himself, the gift of members of the chapel; a time-piece and a gold chain by the ministers who had been brought under his care. The Rev Wm. Davies was voted to the chair. The chairman in his address said he did not know why he had been elected .to",the chair that afternoon, and yet he considered that he was quite as capable of filfuling the duties as any other member; for he had been brought up under the care of Dr. Williams' brother. Also old age might have been the cause of his being elected to the chair, for he was the oldest minister present that afternoon, but not perhaps the wisest. It gave him very great pleasure to be there that afternoon among so many brother-ministers, on such an occasion to show their good testimony towards Dr William upon his acquisition of Jthe D.D. degree. He did not know much about Dr Williams, but knew that he had preached for over 40 years at that place, and also before coming there. That meeting would undoubtedly, be an encourage- ment to the Dr to carry on his noble work during the rest of his life; aid an honour of D.D. which ¡L American Uuive.'Mues had given him was richly deserved. He congratulated him on his success. He had that morning received letters from two old and intimate friends of Dr Williams regretting their inability toattend, viz,Revs Rogers, Pembrey, and J. J. Thomas, Treorky. He would now call upon Mr Henry Thomas, a deacon, in the absence of the two senior deacons, to present Dr Williams with an address, given by the members of of the church. The addrebs read as follows :— Dymunwn gyda pharch ac anwyldeb gyflwynoi chwi yr anerchiad hwn, vn ddatganiad o'r syniadau uchel am danoch o'n g werthfawrogiad o'ch llafur a'ch gweinidogaeth yngbyd a'n serch Cristionogol tuag atoch fel personau ac eglwysi. Yr ydych bellach wedi byw yn ein mysg a llafurio fel Gwein- idog yr Efengyl am ddeunaw mlynedd ar hugain. z- Yn ystod y blynyddau hyn yr ydych wedi eich dwyn i gysylltiadau amrywiol a chysegredig a ni, mewn galar a llawenydd, mewn adfyd a gwynfyd, cysylltiadau a fu yn gyfleusderau i ddatblygu eich cydymdeimlad, i arllwys olew cysur a diddanweh i fynwesau, trallodus ac i fod yn arweinydd ffordd i ni mewn amgylchiadau tywyll, a'u tystystiolaeth heddyw ydyw eich bod wedi profi eich hun yn Wr Duw," yn noddwr y gwan a'n gorthrymedig, ac yn Weinidog da, ffyddlawn, a galluog i Iesu Grist. Mae eich gweinidogaeth wedi bod i ni mor amrywiol a'n hanghenion, Mae eich cymeriad wedi bod ynjddisglaer a diargylioedd, heb roddi i IIIi end na phryder, yn gyson a duwioldeb, ac yn harddweh athrawiaeth yr efengyl, a'chjgweinidog- aeth yn gryf, yn glir, yn efengylaidd, dylanwadol a phoblogaidd. Nid ydych wedi cuddio nac athron- iaeth na gwirionedd, gras na dyledswydd yn eich pregethau, eithr wedi mynegi i ni holl gynghor Duw," a dysgu yn eglur ffordd Iachawdwriaeth gan bregethu o hyd Air Duw," ac nid dychmygion a thraddodiadau dynion, ac y mae llwyddiant amhvg wedi dilyn eich llafur yn nychweliad y gwrandawyr ac yn adeiladaeth yr eglwysi, mewn grasau Cristionogol, dadblygiad cyfanedd eu cymeriad, ac mewn gweithgarwch crefyddol. Hefyd dymunwn eich llongyfarch ar yr anrhydedd ydych wedi dderbyn oddiwrth Brifysgol Gale, America, trwy gyflwyno i chwi (heb gais nac awyddfryd prsonol) y gradd anrhydeddus o Ddoctor mewn Duwinydd- iaeth, a theimlwn fod yr anrhydedd hwn i chwi yn anrhydedd ininaufel eglwysi cylch eich gweinidog- aeth. Mae yn arddangosiad o barch y cyhoedd tuag at eich person a'ch cymeriad, ac o syniad y dysgedig am eich talent, eich aoniau, a'ch safle gweinidogaetliol; a dymunwn ninau yn yr anerchiad hwn adsain y cyfryw barch tuag atoch, a'r syniadau uchel a chymeradwyol am danoch. Nid ydyw ond parch i'r hwn y mae parch yn ddyledus, a gwobr deilwng i fywyd, cymeriad, a gweinidogaeth deilwng. Ein gweddi ydyw am i chwi gael bywyd hir ac iach yn ein mysg i fwynhau yr anrhydedd a pharhau yn eich parch a'ch dyddordeb. Erfyniwn i chwi dderbyn yr anerchiad a'ch darlun hardd fel arwyddion o'n serch attoch, ein hymlyniad wrthych, a'n gwerthfawrogiad dwfn o'ch gwasanaeth, ynghyd a'n dymuniadau goreu i chwi a Mrs Williams am fwynhad helaeth ac helaethach o hyd o gysuron y ddau fyd.—Yr eiddoch mewn parch a chariad dros yr Eglwysi, David Harris, John Thomas, Henry Thomas, William Williams, Evan Rees, David Davies, John Thomas, John Jones, diaconiaid. Mr Henry Thomas, in making the presentation, stated that the work had been entrusted to him in the absence of two of Jhis oldest fellow-deacons. He had known Dr Williams for many years, and he had been with them nearly as long as Moses had been in the wilderness, and he hoped his term would be more than that. The presents had been subscribed for by every member of the chapel, and all contributed most willingly. Miss Harries, Cwmiar, presented the photo of Dr Williams himself. Rev. W. Thomas, Llanboidy, said he was very pleased to see present so many of Dr Williams' admirers and pastors who had been brought up under his care. He was pleased to notice the way in which the members of the chapel showed their most kind respects to Mr Williams by presenting him with such gifts. He had often seen a chapel presenting a preacher on his departure for another place, but seldom for remaining; and that pre- sentation to Dr Williams that day showed how much the members of his chapel respected him for his remaining so long as their pastor. When he (the speaker) was a student preparing for the ministry, Mr Williams assisted him in every possible way to ascend the incline by lending books from his valuable library. On behalf of ten ministers who bad been brought up by Dr Williams he had great pleasure in presenting him with a timepiece and a gold chain. He congratulated Mr Williams on getting the D.D. degree which he deserved in every way. The Rev Wynne Evans, Chester, said it was a great pleasure to him to be there under the present circumstances, that was, to show their kind appreciation of Mr Williams on his obtaining the D.D. degree. He had come from a far distance and through many difficulties to be present. There were many things which he should be pleased to say about Dr Williams, but now he would only mention three things for which he was indebted to him. He was indebted to Dr Williams when a child, for through Mr Williams' advice he com- menced to preach. He remembered when first going to Rhydybont seeing Mr Williams preaching in a great hwyl," and he reckoned that as one of God's greatest gifts. When a little older he remembered Dr Williams at a Band of Hope meet- ing held at Rhydybont, when taking the leading part in a drama entitled Ymofynydd Pryderus by James Angel James. Twenty-five years ago Dr Williams urged him to start preaching, and after careful consideration he acceded to the request. He had one great complaint against Dr Williams, that was that he did not make himself so prominent as he should be in their cymanfaoedd" and in the Welsh pulpits. He hoped before long to see him issuing a book of bit sermons, for he had teen told that he intended issuing one. With regard to the D.D. degree he considered that he fully deserved it, and he congratulated Mr Williams upon obtain- ing such an honour. The Revs Jones, Gwernllwyn; J. Evans, Llan- elly; D. C. Davies, J: Davies, Gorlech Jones, E. Lloyd, and Evans, Tyrhos, ministers brought up under Dr Williams' care, also spoke in high terms of the assistance he had rendered them, and con- gratulated him on obtaining the ift). degree. Dr Williams, in responding, briefly said he thanked them all for the kind expressions which bad been made, especially to the members of the church. He had been pastor at that chapel for over 38 years, and throughout that time he had enjoyed himself immensely in his work among them. He had received on many occasions invita- tions to go away to other churches, but he promised that he would stay at Nonni as long all he lived. With regard to the degree which bad been con- ferred upon him he might say that he had refused it on many occasions until, at last, the University made him take it. He had brought up many a pastor, ten of whom were there that day, and he was pleased to see that several of them occupied important pulpits. The presentations which bad been given him would be valued not for their material worth, but as tokens of esteem.
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LLANDDEWI-BREFI. ETHOLIAD BWRDD YSGOL.—Nos Fercher di- weddaf galwyd cyfarfod o'r trethdalwyr 'nghyd i Ysgoldy y Bwrdd, er eeisio dyfod i gyd-ddealltwr- iaeth ar bersonau i ffurfio Bwrdd Ysgol Newydd. Erbyn yr amser apwyntiedig ni ddaeth ond ychydig o'r trethdalwyr 'nghyd mewn cydmariaeth dim ond y rhai hyny ag sydd yn teimlo dyddordeb mewn materion lleol. Etholwyd yn gadeirydd y Parch Rhys Morgan a chafwyd ganddo anerchiad pwr- pasol iawn i'r amgylchiad; yna daethpwyd at waith y cyfarfod. Darfu i Mr James Price hysbysu nad oeddynt hwy fel Ceidwadwyr yn myned i greu etholiad oblegid nad oeddynt yn dewis ond dau berson o'r pump oedd i ffurfiio y Bwrdd newyddi felly, yr oedd yn dyfod i ran y Rhyddfrydwyr i enw, y tri arall, gan fod cynifer a deg wedi ei henwi ganddynt yr oedd yn rbaid myned dan oruchwyl- iaeth yr ethol, a syrthiwyd yn unfrydol ar y tri canlynol :—Mrs Rhys Morgan, Mri David Davies, Werndriw, a Sam Davies, Brynglas. Cafwyd cyfartod tawel ac undebol iawn. Boreu dranoeth dyma'r newydd yn tori ar ein clustiau fod ystorm a'r dori allan ac nad oedd pawbyn boddloni i weith- rediadau y nos o'r blaen ac nid heb sail y cynyrchid yrofnau byn gan fod anesmwythder mawri'w'ganfod yn mhlith rhai personau. Ond oddeutu un o'r gloch prydnawn darfu i bob ofn i gael ei chwalu ymaith gan i'r Mri J. W. Edwards a James Price, ysgrifenyddion y gwahanol bleidiau yn y lie i gyfarfod 'nghyd ger bron arolygydd swyddogol yr etholiad, a chyflwyno iddo luaws o bapurau dros bersonau oedd yn tynu allan ei henwau oddi a'r restr yr ymgeiswyr, gan adael ond pump enw yn ol, sef enwau y personau canlynol pa rai sydd yn ifurfio y Bwrdd newydd. Mrs Rhys Morgan, Mri D. Davies, Werndriw Sam Davies, Brynglas; R. S. Rowlands, Garth; a David Jones, Prysg. Y tri blaenaf yn ymneillduwyr a Rhyddfrydwyr ar ddau olaf yn eglwyswyr a Thoriaid. Syndod wedi gallu settlo heb etholiad, ie dyna'r ffaith. Y mae y lle wedi bod yn ystod y chwarter diweddaf o'r ganrif sydd newydd genfi yn faes brwydrau celyd ac ami, ond wele bethau yn gwisgo gwedd mwy heddychol ac undebol a'r ddechreu y ganrif hon. Llwyddiant i'r Bwrdd newydd i gyfodi safon addysg yn y lie. Da genym weled fod y trethdalwyr wedi dangos eu bod yn ddigon goleuedig fel ag i ethol boneddiges ar y Bwrdd, y cyntaf yn y: rhanau gwledig hyn ar fwrdd o'r fath mor bell ag yr ydym yn gwybod.
THE MARKETS. I. ABERYSTWYTH—MONDAY. Wheat, 5s 3d to 5s 9d per 651bs barley,[4s 3d to 4s 6d oats, white, 2s 9d to 3s Od; oats, black, 2s 6d to 2s gd; eggs 8s 6d to 9s butter, salt, lid to 13d per lb; ditto fresh, 13d to Is Id per lb; fowls, 3s 9d to4s0d per couple chickens, 3s 9d to 4s Od ducks, 5s to 5s 6d per couple; Geese, 11s to 13s per couple; turkeys 12s to 14s per couple; potatoes, 2s Od to 4s 6d per cwt. BUTTER. CARMARHEN,T Saturday.—The quantity of fresh made cask butter has falleu off. Several lots of very good fall-made were offered for sale and sold at last week's full prices. Quotations :—Fresh cask, Is to Is 2d per lb lattermath, lid to ilid per lb. METAL. LONDON, Monday.—Spelter P,19 5s to P,19 128 Id. Lead-soft foreign, P,17 2s 6d to R18 2s 6d English ditto £17 7s 6d to £18 7s 6d. DEAD MEAT. LONDON", Saturday.—Not. much fresh meat to hand but trade closed slowly. English beef, 3s 10d to 4s 2d Scotch sides, 3s lOd to 4s Od; shorts, 4s Od to 4s 4d American, 3s 3d to 3s 1Od; iuferior, 2s Od tb 2s 3d British mutton, <4s 2d to 4s 8d foreign, 3s 42d to 4s Od; veal, 3s 8d to 4s 6d; pork, 3s 6d to 4s 6d per 81b. POTATOES. London, Saturday.—Good supplies, and trade steady at the following prices :-Puritans, 90s up- to-dates, 80s to 100s; Windsor Castles, 80s to 90s; magnums, 75s to 80s per ton Dutch, rounds, 2s 6d to 2s 9d; Belgian, rounds, 2s 9d to 3s-0d; ditto magnums, 3s to 3s 3d per bag. HAY AND STRAW. London, Saturday.—Good supplies, but trade ruled quiet at unchanged prices. Quotations:— Best clover, 85s to 100s; inferior, 80s to 85s; specially picked hay, 92s 6d; good ditto, 80s to 87s 6d; inferior, 50s. to 60s mixture and sanfoin, 70s to 90s; straw, 25s to 36s per load. CORN. Cardiff, Saturday.—English and foreign wheat firmly held at last week's full rates. Flour firm at advancing rates. Beans and peas firm and unchanged. Oats and barley in good demand. Market closed firmer. > Gloucester, Saturday.—English Wheat—reds, 3s 7-¿,d to Os Od; whites, 3s 71d to Os Od. Foreign wheat, Russians 31s to 31s 3d; Plates, 30s 6d to 31s 3d; Tasmanians, 32s Od; Californian, 80s 9d to 31s Grinding barley 18s 6d to 19s Od per qr. Round maize, 23s 9d to 24s 9d.
OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT Many ladies and gentlemen have by them old or disused false teeth, which might as well be turned into money. Messrs. R. D. & J. B. Fraser, of Princes Street, Ipswich (established since 1833), buy old, false teeth. If you send your teeth to them they will remit you by return post the utmost value; or, if preferred, they will make you the best offer, and hold the teeth over for your reply. If reference necessary, apply to Messrs. Bacon & Co., Bankers Ipswich. Public Notices. DYMUNA riobn p, CDomas PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST- A BE R Y S T W y T H, ALW SYLW Y CYHOEDD AT EI STOC HELAETH io BOB MATH 0 1 Duwtou. lfteddpdiniaetbol CEIR I GANDDO Y ft MATHAU GOREU I AM Y I PR I SI A J RHATAF. h. J. P. Thomas ABERYSTWYTH. 1 Business Notices. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WAL AND MONMOUTHSHIRE, CARDIFF. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. ALL CLASSES are open to both Man and Women Students who may spend three out of their five years of Medical Study at this College. Special Courses are held in preparation for the examinations for a Diploma in Public Health and also for Sanitary Inspectors. Information regarding Fees and a Prospectus of the School of Medicine may be obtained on application to the DEAN OF THB FACULTY OF MEDICINE. R. O. RICHARDS, TAILOR, Hatter, Hosier, and General Outfitter. LADIES' COSTUMES A SPECIALITY. ABERDOYEY. YOUR FAVORS RESPECTFULLY.SOLICITED TEMPERANCE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, STATION TERRACE, LAMPETER. Two Minutes walk from the Railway Station. WELL-AZEHD BEDS. BATH ROOM. CHARGES MODBRA.ft PROPRIBTRKSs-Mns S. A. WALTERS. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. FOR ALL BILIOUS &, NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK HEAD ACHE,1 CONSTIPATION, WEAK STOMACH, WIND, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER, and FEMALE AILMENTS. JANNUAL SALE SIX MILLION BOXES. In Boxes, Is lid, and 2s 9d each, with full directions. The Is lid box contains 56 Pills. Prepared only by the Proprietor- THOMAS BEECHAM. ST HELENS, LANCASHIRE Ö GAL VANISED SHEEP NETTING AND STANDARDS. AT LOW PRICES, fret, OT' S c, J 0 N E S & 6 AYL -k"Z"61 'w'b LV E R HAM RICHARD MORGAN GENERAL GROCER, CORN & FLOUR MERCHANT, GREAT DARKGATE STREET A BERYSTWYTH. EARLY FORCING BULBS EARLY FORCING BULBS. Extra Selected for Forcing, Planting,- &c. OUR ROMAN IIY ACINTHS. Early Single Pure White. A Speciality. Always a big success. EARLY BLUE ROMAN HYACINTHS ITALIAN HYACINTHS. Early White, Early Mountain White, Double Early Rose and Early Straw Coloured. NARCISSUS. Large-flowered Paper White Polyanthus Narcissus. Double Roman Polyanthus Narcissus. LILIUM CANDIDUM. LILIUM HARRISII. FREEZIA REFRACTA ALBA, &c. Specially Selected Bulbs for our High-class Retail Trade. Bulb Catalogue issued early in August. CLIBRANS', Manchester & Altrincham WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONER. AGENT FOR BARRETT'S LONDON CONFICTIONEBT FINEST SELECTION OF NOVELTIES FILLED WITH CHOCOLATE FROM THE LEADING IRMS. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR CYCLISTS Most Central Place in Town NOTE THE ADDRESS: MORGANS' fiigtK'ass Confectionerv Stores. OPPOSITE THE TOWN CLOCK. Tea Rooms and Refreshments. C. LITMLEY & SON, COAL, COKE, AND LIME MERCHANTS, MACHYNLLETH, Sole Agents for the Celebrated Goulding's Manures. Agents for Price Thomas' Phosphate. Special Terms for track loads. Delivered to any Railway Statioc Business Notices. TOOTHA CIIE NEURALGIA FACEACHE!! CURED "T TAKLTO LLOYD'S NEURALGIC DROPS. It gives SPEEDY relief. It STRENGTHENS the NERVES. It REMOVES the PAIN. It gives REST and SLEEP at Night. It CURES where OTHER Medicines FAIL. It is THE CURE for NEURALGIA and TOOTHACHE, no matter how J violent. IN BOTTLES, 1/1f & 2/6 (three the size) J Sent Free_by Post to all Parts. Prepared, only by the Proprietor ISAAC T. LLOYD, M.P.S., Chemist, ABERDOVEY, N. WALES. A WORD IN SEASON. TRY MORGANS Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, and all affections of the Chest, Threat, and Lungs. —— HAS CURED OTHERS. WILL ClJRE YOU. Prepared only by R. MORGAN, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, ABERYSTWYTH. Sold in Is. & 2s. bottles WONDERFUL RESULTS. OWENS BROS., 31, NORTHGATE STREET ABERYSTWYTH, BUILDERS, JOINERS, UNDERTAKERS, &c Estimates gtven for every description of work WORKSHOP -PORTLAND LANE. JOHN JONES, JgUILDING J^JATERIAL J^/JERCHANT, MONUMENTAL YARD, T REGARON, SOUTH ^yAI^ES. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES OF ALL SIZES IN STOCK. ACCOUNT BOOKS OF HVBRY KIND. TO SUIT ALL REQUIREMENTS. SPECIALLY RULED. PLAIN OR PRINTED HEADLINES. STRONGLY AND NEATLY BOUND. At Moderate Prices. 1 FROM THE "WELSH GAZETTE" OFFICE, ABERYSTWYTH. TO THE INHABITANTS OF ABERYSTWYTH AND DISTRICT ISAAC SAMUEL Begs to annolmee that he has OPENED BUSINESS IN Grocery and Provisions AT NORTH END STORES RAILWAY TERRACE. ALADDIN'S MAGIC TEA '■ ■■ -r~ n I.. "ALA[) D I WS MACfC" jj j THE BEST IN THE MARKET w ILLIAM WILLIAMS & COMPANY j g BUTTON s TREET, LIVERPOOL D. JONES, HIGH-CLS T A I LOR, õ, CBALYBEATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. t G ENTLEMEN'S JJUNTING k SHOOTLN(I J UITS. B RECHES A SPECIALITY. IVERIES, n IGH-CLASS LADIES'T ALLOR-MADE COSTUMES Made by Fxpenenc d Workmen on the premise < 9 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. WEK-END TICKETS ire issued every FRIDAY and SATURDAY all L. N. W. and G. W. Stations in LONDON TO ABERDOVEY, ABERYST- WYTH, DOLGELLEY, AND BARMOUTH. Available for return on the following Sunday (where train service permits) Monday, or Tuesday For full particular see small hand bills. I CHEAP WEEK END 1 EXCURSION TICKETS ARE NOW ISSUED ON EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO "'Birmingham, ""Wolverhampton, "Walsall Peter' borough, "-Leicester, Derby, *Bnrkon-on-Trent, ^Stafford, ""Coventry, Manchester, Preston, Black- burn, Bolton, Leeds, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Liverpool, Birkenhead, Wigan and Warrington FROM t Oswestry, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, Montgomery Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth, Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoc, PenrhyndeudraeCh, Criccieth, and Pwlheli, Similar tickets are issued from Aberystwyth Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley Harlech, Penrhyndeudraeth, Portmadoc, Criccieth. and Pwllheli to SHREWSBURY. "'Tickets to these Stations are not issued from Welshpool. Passengers return OR the Monday or Tuesday following issue 'of ticket. T H O U S A N D-M I L E TICKETS. 1 The Cambrian Railways Company issue FIRST CLASS 1,000 and 500 MILE TICKETS, the coupons of which enable the purchasers to travel between Stations on the Cambrian Railways during the period for which the tickets are available UDti f the coupons are exhausted. The price of each is £5 5s Od 1,000 miles, aId £2 17s 6d, 500 miles being about lid per mile. Application for the 1,000 or 500 mile tickets most be made in writing, giving the full name and address of the purchaser and accompanied by a remittance, to Mr W. H. Gough, Superintendent (If the Line, Cambrian Railways, Oswestry (cheques to be made payableto the Cambrian Co. or order), from whom also books containing 100 certificates forauthorisingtheuseofthe tickets by purchasers. family, guests, or employees can be obtained, price 6d each book; remittance to accompany ordeL C. S. DBNNISS, General Manager Oswestry, March;1899. l-J Business Notices. ——— —— « SPLENDID BARGAINS. REES JONES EMPORIUM, mREGAKON* Now offers for Sale at Low Clearanoe Prices a fine lot of 1 MEN'S, YOUTH'S, AND BOYS' OVERCOATS. JACK EDWARDS. (LATE E. EDWARDS,) JgOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 13, GREAT DARKGATE S. A BERYSTWYTB. ABERTSTWYTIl. i OUR MOTTO— GOOD VALUE FOR MODBRATE PRICBB I PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION QUICKLY AND NEATLY DONE AT THB Ulclsh GAZETTE" PRINTERIES JJRIDGE ST. ^TRAY'S INN JJD* ABERYSTWYTH. NEW OFFICIAL SIZE WITH P R I N TED DDR E;S;S E S 68. 6D., T 6D.. AND 8 6° Per 1,000, ACCORDING TO QUALITY, Orders should befsent to the "WELSH GAZETTE OFFICE, ABERYSTWYTH, I