LAMPETER. T'ETTY SESSIONS-FRIDAY 15TH. Before Prof. Hugh Walker, mayor (in the chair), and T. H. R. Hughes, Esq. Col. Davies Evans did not sit on the hedge pruning case. NON-MAINTENANCE. J j 1 >r Davies, Common, Lampeter. was charged by David Parry, relieving officer. with neglecting to I maintain his wife and children. This case which has 1 J\l'n adjourned on several occasions by the consent of the Guardians in order to enable him to pay- Josua Griffiths, milkman, Maesyfelin, Sketty, inear Snsea, was also charged by David Parry with neglecting to pay Pl 12s 6d towards the maintenance of his father as per justices order. A distress warrant was issued. HEDGE PRUNING. John Jones, Maesyfelin, Talsarn, surveyor under the Lampeter Rural District Council, charged Col. H. Davies Evans, Highmead, Llanybyther, with meglecting to trim hedges and cut trees on his property according to the regulations of the Council on the road leading from Rhuddlan to Llanybyther. John Jones, the surveyor, said he visited the road on Monday last and found that some of the branches bad been cut, but some were so low that they could be reached by the hand. Cross-examined prosecutor said he visited the road on Monday last and action bad been taken. He measured the trees in some places on the hill by Rhuddlan and they were 12 feet. He could not specify the spots. He had served no notice upon the occupiers.—Col Davies Evans said he admited that there were some branches, and also some of the trees were ornamental. He bad a notice from the surveyor and he acted upon ifc. It was the duty of the surveyor to point out to him, or his agent, when trees and branches had not been cut enough to comply with the notice. They bad cut lately ten large trees.—The surveyor further said the trees were not all ornamental. When people were riding or driving they complained of branches along the roadside. There was a sign of cutting here and there, but they must be cut 15 feet as stated in the notice.—The chairman in in giving the verdict said that they had fully considered the case, and they thought that the Surveyor ought to have pointed out what was needful to he done, and they would dismiss it.—Mrs M. Griffiths, Gelly, Talsarn, was also charged with a similar offence. and the Surveyor stated they had desided to withdraw the case on consideration that the work was to be done the previous day. Mr J. P. V. Pryse. Bwlchbychan was charged by the same complainant with not complying with the notice to cut and prune hedges on various roads. A letter was read from Mr Pryse disputing the matter as to some of the roads, and the case was adjourned —David Davies, Crugywheel John Jjvans, Rhydddu William Jenkins, Glynmeherin and John Jenkins, Blaenwaenuchaf, all farmers, were also charged with a like offence. The cases were dismissed, each defendant to pay costs. The Chairman advised them to keep their hedges in good order. ON LICENSED PREMISES. Evan Thomas Price, coal merchant, Tivy View, Llanwenog, and Evan Davie". Graig. Rhydrllan, Llatiwenog were hy T).C C. Williams with being on licensed premises, the Llanvaughan Arms during prohibited hours on the 19th January. PC. Edwards stated that he saw the two defend- ants about 9-50 p.m. en the lgt tiof January, corniii- fm the direction of Llanybyther. He saw them coming out of the Hisrhmead Arms at 10 p.m., and both went in the direction of Llanvaughan Arms. He saw defendants coming out at 10-35 p.m., being then 10-45 according to the landlord's clock which was ten minutes fast. He entered the house, and found two blue measures on a small table near the fire, and both measures bore traces of beer as if it had just been drunk out of them. Witness had a conversation with the defendants about the blues," and before leaving both admitted having asked for them. Howells, the landlord admitted that the two defendants had each asked for two bines" but it was refused. Both defend- ants asked him nof to report them. The defendant Evan Davies, banderl a receipt to the magistrates which he said he had received for payment of lime from Price that night at the Inn. E. T. Price, the other defendant said he was coming home from Llanybyther at a'noi't 9-50 p.m. He passed the Highmead ArID-, and Davies the other defendant saioHt was too full to transact any business there. At 'about 10 o'clock Davies asked him to come in to the Llanvauehan Arms to receipt a bill, which he owed for lime. They both came out at 10-5 p.m. and it was raining; so. heavily they Mked Howells to remain th^re til! the shower was over and he consented; hilt "1.iti he was afraid that the police would call. Evan Davies asked for drink but Howell refused, and on coming out they met the police who asked them what were they doing in there at that time of tfye night." They went away and the constable went in to Howell. The con- stable agam overtook tbtm at 10-30 after they had passed the Ffinant. Arnns. Cross-examined defendant &aid they were not clearing the house at Highmead Arms at the tin e th.-v passed. They called at the Llanvaughan Arms In order to receipt a bill which Davies owed him. He met Davies on the road after leaving his office. Both defendants were fined 2s 6d each and costs. A PUBLICAN FINED. Simon Howells, Llanvaughan Arms, Llanwenog, was charged by DC C. Williams with keeping open his house during close time for the sale of intoxicating liquors, at 10-35 p.m., on the 19th January last.- P.C Edwards stated that after hesaw the two last defendants in the passage of the Llanvaughan Arms. he went into the kitchen and found on the table near the fire two "blues," He asked Howells who had been drinking out of them, and Howells replied that David Jones, Llwynreos, and his wife. He afterwards made enquiries, and could not find any person of that address. On the 25th he called at Howells' and asked him why he should say such an untruth. He said he remembered Well he had said so but he could not recollect who had been using them He knew that David Jones had called that day, but his daughter told him Afterwards that Evan Price and Mr Davies, Temper- ance House, Llanybyther, had been there. He (witness) asked him why he should supply drink that time of the night, and he replied that he could not very well refuse it to neighbours. Howells asked him not to report the matter, and promised that he would he stricter from that time out.—A fine of El and costs was imposed, and the court rose at 4-30, having sat from 11 a.m. without adjourning, COUNTY COURT-WmDwISDAY 14th. Before His Honour Judge Bishop ASSAULT. Daniel Williams, a servant at Llanfair bridge shop. sued Evan Morgan, Nantymedd, for assault. Mr Daniel Watkins appeared for the complainant. and Mr A. J, Hughes for the defendant,-Daniel Williams the complainant stated that on Oct. llth last, the eve of the Parliamentary election, he was coming from Llanfair with the defendant Evan Morgan. On the road the defendant struck him three times, till a tooth came out.—Cross-examined by Mr Hughes complainant stated that he did nothing to the defendant. It was at 9 30 on the following evening that he was struck. He did not accuse one Benjamin Davies for taking a bottle of milk from his pocket as he did not lose one. He did not meation to anyone about losing a tooth that night. It was after going home that be saw it wanted.—His Honour: He watched his teeth at might perhaps (laughter).—John Isaac Jones, a collier of Abercynon, said that on the 11th October last he was walking home with Daniel Williams from the Llanfair Inn. and on the road they were over taken by Evan Morgan and John Jones. Evan Morgan asked Williams why he did not strike Benjamin Davies and he replied that he did not think it right to knock a man who was deformed. Morgan took hold of Williams and struck him.- John Jones, Llanfair, said he was coming home with the complainant and defendant on the 11th October last. Morgan asked Williams why be told Ben Davies that he had taken the bottle, and said that he was sorry that he did not strike him. Daniel Williams said that he was not in the babbit of hitinsr people without a cause. Morgan then pushed Williams to a hedge and rubbed him against it.—Evan Morgan the defendant said they all came out of the Inn and had a short conver- sation outside. He asked Williams why did he say that he bad the bottle. Williams then jumped fit him, and could not say much as he was drnnk. Williams told him to pay people, and he told him to pay what he owed him. The other two wit- nesses and himself went up a road and on returning a few minutes later found complainant sleeping by the roadside.—His Honour stated that probably the defendant who was much stronger had struck. complainant. He would give a verdict for plaintiff for £ 1 and ccsts. There was no question of title, but be declined to certify for costs under scale B. TRESPASS, The case of Evan Williams, Troedrhiwgar. C-lycwm, Llandovery, against Thomas Jones, Troedrhiwcymmer. Doithie Pysgottwr, Llanddewi- brefi, claiming damages for trespass by the defendant and his men on plaintiff's land by cutting and sawing timber, to the value of R,5, was next heard.—Mr Williams, barrister-at-law (instructed by Mr Nicholas. Llandilo), appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr A. -T. Hughes for the dependant. The case was adjourned from the last court, and His Honour in giving judgment held that the plaintiff had not proved occupation of the land sufficient to sustain his action of trespass and awarded for the trees. J-AMAGBJ, Thomas Lloyd, Penbrynrhug, sued the Manchester and Milford Railway Co. for £ 5 damage? for t < detention of pixs from Pont Llanio to Birmingham. Mr Stanley G. Jones (instructed by Messrs Smith Davies and Co.) appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr A. J. Hughes for the Company. This was an adjourned case in which a jury was enpanelled to try it, but owing to a witness from Birmingham not being able to attend Mr Jones asked that the case be adjourned to the next court. His Honour said it was a great inconvenience to the jury, especially after having been called on a previous occasion. The request was granted. COUNTERCLAIM. David Morgan, Moelvnfach, sued E. C. Thomas' Cledlyn Mills, New Conrt, for work done. There being a counterclaim the case was ajourned. AX UNDERTAKING. Rees Price, Pembroke, sued S. Bnghes, Tregaron. £ 2 for an undertaking. Wm. Davies appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr D. F. Lloyd for the defendant. Judgement was given for defendant without costs. ADMINISTRATION ORDER. Mr D. F. Lloyd, Lampeter, applied for an administration order against the estate of Evan Jones, Nantllwyd, Llanfihangel-rhos-y-corn. Mr Lloyd stated that his failure was due to Jones' illness. He earned R,2 a month as a labourer and carrier. His Honour made an order for Zl a month.
ABERAYRON. THE WEATHER.—The weather has been rather changeable here of late, the last few days being ex- ceedingly cold. There was a slight fall of snow on Monday. COUNTY COUNCIL.—It is anticipated that a hard fight will be made for the County Council seats at the forthcoming election. To-morrow (Friday) is the last day for nominations. PUBLIC FREE LIBRARY.—The arduous work of classifying and cataloguing the books in the old Town Library now under the management of the Free Library Committee is to be undertaken at an early date. The task will be in competent hands. PROMOTION.—Mr John B. Davies of Llanon House, lately senior clerk at the Bute Docks, Cardiff Branch of the National Provincial Bank, has been appointed pro-accountant at the Builth Branch. Mr Davies served his apprenticeship at Aberayron. He is to be heartily congratulated on his promotion. SPECIAL SESSIONS.—These Sessions were held on Monday, before the Rev J. M. Griffiths and Coun- cillor J. T. Evans. Ann Jones, of Llanon, was again brought up in custody charged by P C. D. Thomas with unlawfully and wilfully obstructing the free passage of the highway at Llanon on the previous Saturday. Prisoner, who had absconded from the workhouse on several occasions, was now sentenced to a month's imprisonment. URBAN COUNCIL ELECTION.—Much interest is already being evinced in the forthcoming election of the Urban Council in April. Nearly all the re- tiring members will offer themselves for election. There is some talk of Captain Morgan, Minfor. and Mr W. L. Thomas, Monachty Arms, coming forward as candidates. Who will be the new J.P. ? LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY.—The subject for debate at the meeting of this Society last Friday was That Party Government does not conduce to the welfare of the Country." Mr J. R. Davies proposed the motion he was supported by Mr C. J. Hughes and Captain Daniel Jones. Mr J. Dewhurst opposed, Mrs T. Z. Jones and Mr Seex also spoke against the motion which was eventually lost. BUILDING.—So unprogres-ive has Aberayron become under its present conditions of land and house tenure by lease that the building of a new bouse is quite a novelty. The site of the new houses, for there are two to be erected, is the piece of land between Manor Hall and the lane leading rlown to Llyswen; and was acquired from Mr Francis Evans by the present owner Mr Jackson of 1, Regent-street. OBITUARY.—We regret to chronicle the death of Capt David Jones, 17. Alban-Square, on Thursday afternoon. He bad been in very weak health for several years. He was 67 years of age. His birth- place was Ffoes, near Ilenfynyw Church. He leaves a widow and a son and two daughters to mourn his loss. The son. Mr David Alban Jones, is- a chemist in Oxford. One daughter, Mrs Mary Jones, is at home, while the other has been for some time in Cardiff. Much sympathy is felt with them in their bereavement. The funeral took place on Tuesday. The Rev Gwilym Evans preachel at the house. The place of burial was at Henfynyw.
ABERARTH. Y CYNGHOR SIROL. Cynbaliwyd cyfarfod o'r trethdalwyr nos Lun, er mwyn gwneyd darpar- iadau gyferbyn ag etholiad y Cynghor Sirol. Daeth. y personau canlynol ynghyd, Mr S. E. Davies, Mr Evan Jones, Captain Michael, Mr Daniel Jones, Captain Jenkins, Mr David Pugh, Captain Jones, Mr J. Jones, Mr David P. Jones, Captain D. Davies, Mr J. U. Jones, Mr R. Pugh, Mr H. Thomas. Captain Thomas J. Jones, Captain Evans, Mr David Williams, Mr J Williams, Captain Morgan Davies. Cynyg- iwyd gan Captain Jenkins, ko eiliwyd gan Mr J. Williams fod Mr S. E. Davies i fod yn gadeirydd y cyfarfod, ac awd yn mlaen yn y drefn ganlynol. Cynygiwyd can Captain Jenkins ac eiliwyd gan Captain Jones ein bod yn gadael y district councillor yn llonydd heno, ac i ymdrin ar Cyng- horwr Sirol yn unig, a chytunwyd ar hyn. Cynygiwyd gan Capt Michael, ac eiliwyd gan Capt Evans, fod Mr John Union Jones i fod yn y m- geisydd i'n cynrychioli ar y Cynghor Sirol, a phasiwyd yn unfrydol. Pasiwyd fod D. P. Jones i fyned o amgylch i'r dosparth i alw ar y cynrychiol- wyr ynghydi Neuaddlwyd. Nos Fercher nesaf am chwech o'r gloch, ac fod y personau canlynol i fyned i Neuaddlwyd fel cynrychiolwyr o'r rhan yma o'r dosparth:—Mr R. Pugh, Capt Davies, Mri J. Williams, S. E. Davies, D. P. Jones, J. Jones, a Capt Evans. Cynygiwyd gan Capt Michael,.ac eil- iwyd gan R. Pugh, ein bod yn cyfarfod eto nos Iau nesaf i dderbyn yr adroddiad gan gynrychiolwyr y cyfarfod hwnw, y cyfarfod i ddechreu am wyth o'r gloch yn yr hwyr.
NEWCASTLE EMLYN. SUDDEN DEATH.—Mr Samuel Evans, of Pen- cladd Isa, was found dead on the roadside on Friday morning. A coroner's jury at the inquest found that decased had died from heart disease. ACCIDENT.—The horse attached to the new delivery van of Messrs Davies Bros., of this town, bolted last Saturday from Felindre. and after con- tinuing its mad career down the hill came to grief at Pentrecagal, where the van capsized and bore the horse down with it. The van was much damaged, but the horse escaped without injury. PENNY READINGS.—The last of the series of penny readings was held at the National Schoolroom under the presidency of Mr Lyn Evans, Bryn- marlog. There was a good programme and a large attendance. The gathering heard with regret from the Vicar that that would be the last meeting for this season, but that it was intended to commence earlier next season. PETTY SESSIONS,-At the special Petty Sessions, held on the 15tb inst, before Messrs A. H. Jones (chairman), C. H. L. Fitzwilliams, and A. E. Jeremiah, Sarah Jones, late Farmers Arms, was charged by P.C. Johns with stealing on Sunday, the 10th inst., a live fowl, value 2s, from Thomas Lewi3, Bine Bell. Mrs Lewis, on the 10th inst., missed a fowl, and gave information to the polioe. The fowl had been previously marked, its wirigs and tail being cut. Rebecca Jones, Cwmbach, stated that she saw Sarah Jones and two men chase a fowl on the street, caught it, and took it to her bouse in Castle-street, Mary Thomas stated that she feathered and trussed it for her, the wing arid tail being cut. P.C. Johns stated that from in- formation received he found the feathers at Mary Thomas' house, and the head at the back of defendant's house. He then charged defendant, and cautioned her with stealing the fowl, and she made no reply. She was then arrested and locked up. The Bench bound her over in the sum of £ 5 to be of good behaviour for twelve months and to come up for judgement when called upon, and to pay iC2 Os 2d costs.—Eben Havii-d, Tynewydd, Conwil, collier, was charged with stealing two quilts, one flannel shirt, "tie vest and a Commentary on the New Testament, in all value 35s, the property of Evan Mathias, Waun, Cilrhedyn. Evan Mathias missed the articles, and in consequence informed the police who issued a search warrant, which Inspector Rogers and P.C. Johns executed and found the stolen property at (letenaant-s house, Prosecutor stated that de- fendant had been working for him about the 16th of January, during which time he missed the goods, and the property now produced he indentified. Inspector Rogers stated that in company with P.C. Johns and Mathias he searched the defendant's house aud found the articles. P.C. Johns took prisoner into custody at Tonypandy, where be was was working, and charged him with stealing the above mentioned articles, and in reply to the charge be stated. You are mad, or I am." The prisoner was fined Z3 including costs. BOARD OF GUARDIANS.—The fortnightly meeting of the Board of Guardians of this Union was held at the "Board Room on Friday the 8th inst, the Rev Prebendary Rhys Jones Lloyd presiding. The other members present were. Mrs Evans, Esgair: Messrs John Lewis, Meiros Hall (vice-chairman); Thomas Davies, Bionwion Evan Davies, Fforest; Benjamin Davies, Blaenythan; Thomas Davies, Llandyssul; David Charles JoneS, Pantycreuddyn John D. Lewis, Llandyssul; Evan Davies, Gilfach- ronw; John H. Evans. Penralltfachnog; Joshua Griffiths, Gwndwn John Jones, Bwlehclawdd Thomas Thomas, Pantbach Griffith Davies, Allty- corde; Thomas Jones. Ffynonberw; Evan Evans, fojrair Tanygwst; David Marks Davies, Clynfelyn; Thomas Barrett, Cross Vale; William Jones, Pen- trraigwen David Thomas. Blaertblodau; J. Clayton ■T.»ies, Newcastle Emlvn Daniel Lewis, Frondeg Evan Evans, Caedllwyd; Thomas Bowen. Penquarre, Daniel Bowen, Troedyrhiw John Jones, Boneath John Griffiths, Lancwm and David Davies, Angel Hcuse.—The Clerk reported the balance in the Treasurer's hands to be P,1,227 15s 2d.—The Master reported the number of paupers in the house durmg the past fortnight to be as follow,lst week 16, corresponding week of last year 15; 2nd week 16, corresponding week of last year 14. Number of vacrants relieved during the as* fortnight 40, corresponding period last year 23. T!h- expendi r ure on out relief during the past, fortnight was as follows:—David Jones, Penrhvn District. £ 82 16s 2d to 308 paupers; John Thomas, Coravth District. £ 66 7s 4d to 285 paupers.—The new Diet ary Tables j prepared in accordance with thf- new Dietaries Order were submitted to the Board and considered, together with a report thereon by Dr David Lloyd, Medical Officer of the Workhouse. On the motion of Mr David Charles Jones seconded by Mr Thomas Davies (Llandyssul) it was unanimously reselved to adopt the tables as prepared.—Owen Davies of Cefn Scotland, Llandyssul, attended the meeting and applied to the Guardians to have the custody of the child Ebenezer Jones, now an inmate of the Workhouse, who was a nephew of his. On the motion of Mr John D. Lewis seconded by Mrs Evans it was resolved that his request be complied with.—James Davies, Fronfelin, Penbryn, appeared before the Board and applied to be excused from contributing towards the maintenance of his father David Davies, Cwm, I langranog. After questioning the applicant as to his earnings the Board declined his application. LLANFTRNACH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL.— The monthly meeting of this Council was held at the Guardians's Board Room, Newcastle Emlyn, on Friday, the 8th inst. There were present, Messrs Evan Thomas (chairman), Thomas Bowen (vice- chairman), Daniel Bowen, John Jones and John Griffiths. In accordance with notice Mr Thomas Bowen moved, Mr John Griffiths seconded and it was resolved that the Clerk be paid P,12 10s for his services during the year ending 31st March, 1902. The Medical Officer's report for the last year was read, from which it appeared that the district was practically free from any infectious disease. It was decided that the Surveyor be directed to call upon Mr A. P. Saunders Davies to lop the branches off the trees on Rhiw Cych. A letter from the Parish Council of Llanfynach was read with refer- ence to a proposed scheme of water supply by the villagers of Hermon and requesting the Council's assistance by closing up the holes from the side of the highway into Bwlchstop tunnel whence it was intended to obtain a supply. Messrs Daniel Bowen, Thomas Bowen and John Jones were deputed to meet a committee of the Parish Council on the spot to confer as to the best means of the carrying out the scheme, The Inspector of Nuisances read his report.
ABERDOVEY. QUERY.-What has become of the mouth-organ band which was" established" here in November last ? Surely its career has not already terminated abruptly like that of the fife and drum band. SH ippiN(.. -Arrive,! Feb. 16 Schooner "J. W. Pearns" with,135 tons artificial manure from Plymouth; Feb. 17th., Ii's. Dora with heavy cargo of groceries from Liverpool; Feb. 19th, s.s. "Iolite" with 600 tons of cement from London. Sailed; Feb. 15th, s.s. "Telephone for Carnarvon Feb. 19th, s.s. "Dora" for Barmouth. DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION.-There will be two vacancies in the Council this year, and rumours are rife that both seats will be contested. The members retiring are Mr. J. Hughes Jones, J.P., and Mr. Arthur Tomlins. METEOROLOGICAL.—The weather recorded here last week was as follows :—Bright Sunshine 30"1 hours Rainfall 0-28 inch Temperature, Highest maximum 44, lowest ditto 30 (Feb. 14th); Highest minimum 40, lowest ditto 26 (Feb. 14th).
THE MARKETS. ABERYSTWYTH—MONDAY. Wheat, 5s 3d to 5s grJ. per 651bs barley,|4s 3d to 4s 6d oats, white, 2s 9d to 3s Od; 6ats, black, 2s 6d In 2s gd; eggs 8s 6d to 9s butter, salt, lid 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; Geeae, 11s to 13s per couple; turkeys 12s to 14s per couple; ,ctatoes, 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 Ib lattermath, lid to Hid per lb. METAL. LONDON, Monday.—Spelter P,19 5s to L19 12s 6d. Lead-soft foreign, P,17 2s 6d to £18 2s 6d English ditto £17 7s 6d to P,18 7s 6d. DEAD MEAT. LONDON, Saturday.—Not much fresh meat to hand but trade closed slowly. English beef, 3s 10dto4s 2d Scotch sides, 3s lOd to 4s Od; shorts, 4s Od to 4s 4d American, 3s 3d to 3s 10d: iuferior, 2s Od to 2s 3d British mutton, t4s 2d to 4s 8d i foreign, 3s 42d to 4s Od; veal, 3s 3d to 4s 6d; pork, 3s 6d to 4s 6d per 81b. POTATOES. London, Saturdav.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, rountM, 2s 9d to 3s Od; 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, 853 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. COnN. 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 7td to Os Od; whites, 3s 7td 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.
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BATH RooK. CHARGES MOD-BRAR PROFRIBTSKSS—Mas S. A. WALTERS. WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. palp's FOR ALL BILIOUS <te NERVOUS DISORDERS SICK HEADACHE," CONSTIPATION, WEAK STOMACH, WIND, IMPAIRED DIGESTION, DISORDERED LIVER, and FEMALE AILMENTS. :ANNUAL SALE SIX MILLION BOXES. In Boxes,' Is 1d, and 2s 9d each, with full 2 directions. The Is lid box contains 56 Pills. Prepared only by the Proprietor— THOMAS BEECHAM. ST HELENS, LANCASHIRE î:q:}FEÇt,NC"CATES.& GALVANISED SHEEP NETTING AND STANDARDS. ..1Ï8Ji AT LOW PRICES. S S. J 0 'N E S B AY L I W 0 LV E R HAM P TON ".I),,()rol(¡,.Šc (\V °'(00'-15; :3S &/41,(. ':E,C" RICHARD MORGAN GENERAL GROCER, CORN & FLOUR MERCHANT, GREAT ARKGATE STREET A BERYSTWYTH. EARLY FORCING BULBS EARLY FORCING BULBS. Extra Selected for Forcing, Planting, &c. OUR ROMAN HYACINTHS. Early Single Pure White. A Speciality. Always a big success. EARLY BLUE ROMAN HYACINTHS: ITALIAN HYACINTHS. Early White, Early Mountain White, Double Ea-lr 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-oiass Retail Trade. Bulb Catalogue issued early in August. CLIBRANS', Manchester A Altrincham WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CONFECTIONER. ASBNr FOR BA.RItB'rI"Ø LONDON CONIPICTIOMB7X FINEST SELECTION OF NOVELTIES FILLED WITH OHCCOLATK FROM THE LEADING 1RMS. GOOD ACCOMMODATION FOR CYCLISTS Most Central Place in Town NOTB THE ADDRESS: MORGANS' Blab-class Confectionerp stores. OPPOSITE THE TOWN CLOCK. Tea Rooms and Refreshments. C. LI; M LEY & SON, COAL, COKE, AND LIME MERCHANTS, MACHYNLLETH, Sole Agents for the Celebrated Goulding's Manures. Agents for Price Thomas' Phosphate. Special Terms fur truck loads. Delivered to any Railway Statior Business Notices. -L- TOOTHACHE": NEURALGIA FACEACHE!! c u n E D BY TAKI-W 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 OTBBR Medicines FAIL. It is THE CURE for NEURALGIA and TOOTHACHE, no matter how violent. IN BOTTLES, 1/11 & 2/6 (tMee times the sie) Sent Free by Post to alltParts. Prepared tlnly by the Proprietor: ISAAC T. LLOYD, M.P.S., Chemist,. ABERDOVEY, N. WALES. A WORD IN SEASON. TRY MORGAN'S Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, and all affections of the Chest, Throat, and Lungs. —— HAS CURED OTHERS. WILL CURE 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 given for ersry description flf work WORKSHOP -PORTLAND LANE. JOHN JONES, BUILDING MXZERIAL MERCHALT. MONUMENTAL YARD, T REGARON, gOUTH WALES. MONUMENTS AND TOMBSTONES OF ALL SIZES IN- STOCK. ACCOUNT BOOKS OF EVERY KIND. TO SUIT ALL REQUIREMENTS. SPECIALLY icULED. PLAIN OR PRINTED HEADLINES. STRONGLY AND NEATLY BOUND. At Moderate Prices. .■> FROM., THE WELSH GAZETTE." OFEICE,. ABERYSTWYTH. TO THE INHABITANTS OF ABERYSTWYTH AND DISTRICT ISAAC SAMUEL: Begs to anno, ijxeo that he has Opened BUSINESS IN 'Grocery and Provisions AT NORTH END STORES RAILWAY TERRACE. ALADDIN'S MAGIC TEA p 1f i MAGfC. ¡ I' -ALADDIN-s 1C" I ¡i 1jb=========.. „ THE BEST IN THE MARKET w ILLIAM WILLLUlS & COMPANY g JJUTTON STREET, L IVERPOOi. D. JONES, TAILOR, õ, £ jHALYBEATE STREET. ABERYSTWYTH. GENTLEMEN'S JJUNTING k JgHOOTTNG SUITs. REECHES A SPECIALITY. IVERIES, "JJIGH-CLASS LADIES 'T AILOR-M ADE QOSTUMES Made by Fxpexioneol Workmen on the pr" | CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. WEEK-END TICKETS are issued evesy 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. CHEAP WEEK END EXCURSION TICKETS ARE NOW ISSUED ON EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO "'Birmingham, *Wolverhampton, *alsaU, Peter borough ""Leicester, *Derby, *Burton-on-Trent„ btaiTord, Coventry, Manchester, Preston, Black- burn, Bolton, Laeds, Dewsbury, Huddersfteld Liverpool, Birkenhead, Wigan and Warrington FROM Oswestry, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, Montgomery Welshpool, Newtown, Llanidloes, Maebynlleth, Borth, Aberystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth. T" jjoigeney, Harlech, Portmadoc, Penrhyndeudraeth, Criccieth, and Pwlheli, Similar tickets are issued from Aberystwyth, Borth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech; Penrhyndeudraeth, Portmadoc, Criccieth' and Pwllheli to SHREWSBURY. ""Tickets to tkese Stations are not issued from Welshpool. Passengers return on the Monday or Tuesday following issue of ticket. THOUSAND-MILE TICKETS. The Cambrian Railways Company, issue FIRST' CLASS 1,000 and 500 MILE TICKETS, the- coupons of ch enable the purchasers to traTeli betw een btati&ns on the Cambrian Railways daring' the period for which the tickets are available imfci the coupons are exhausted. The price of each is L5 5s Od 1,000 miles, andr Z2 17s 6d, 500 miles being about lid per-mile. Application for the 1,000 or 500 mile tickets rousfe. be made in writing, giving the full name and- address of the purchaser and accompanied by a remittance, to Mr W. H. Gough, Szperintendent of 1 the Line, Cambrian Sail ways, Oswestry (chequMk- to be made payable to the Cambrian Co. or order),, from whom also books containing 100 certificatos- forauthorisingtheuseofthe tickets by purghaserg*' family, guests, or emrloyees can beobtained, pnee 6d each book; remittance to accompany order. C. S. DNNNISS, General Manager- Oswestjy, Mareti., 1899. Business Notices. SPLENDID BARGAINS. BEES JONES F fJlREGAfiOK Now offers for Sale at Low Clearanoo Priaoit. a fine lot of MEN'S, YOUTH'S, AND BOYS" OTERCOATS. JACK EDWARDS. (LATE E. EDWARDS,) JGOOKSELLER AND kS TATIONEII, 13, GREAT DAKKGATE ST. A BERYSTWYTJI. OUR MOTTO- GOOD VALUE FOlt MODERATE PRICES PRINTING 0Jt EVERY DESCRIPTION QUICKLY Ik AND NEATLY DONE MX TID iUelsl) Gazette" PRINTERIES JgRIDGE S'J. & GRAY'S IINK RD" ABERYSTWYTH. NEW OFFICIAL SIZE WITH JPNINTED DKE;S;SES, 6s- 6D 7s' 6D., iVD 8 6D Per 1,000, ACCORDING TO QUALITY, Orders should befsent to the "WELSH GAZETTE OFFICE, ABERYSTWYTH
BARMOUTH. FISHERY ENQUIRY.—On Thursday, Alderman Lewis Lewis attended before the Lancashire and Western Sea Fisheries Committee Enquiry at Aber- ystwyth to give evidence on behalf of the local fishermen with regard to the formation of suitable new bve-laws to cover the whole district. SILVER WEDDTNG.—On Tuesday evening Dr H. J. Lloyd and Mrs Lloyd entertained a large party of friends to a banquet at Tynycoed, to celebrate their silver wedding, when a happy and pleasant evening was spent. Fitting tributes were, paid t) the esteemed Doctor and Mrs Lloyd, and wishes were expressed by the company that both would enjoy their golden wedding. ENTERTAINMENT.— rhe annual entertainment of the Board School children was held on Friday evening, Feb. 15th, under the presidency of Mr W. J. Morris, J.P. The programme comprised songs, recititations, drills, &c., being performed, including a children's cantata, entitled The White Gar- land." Rewards were also distributed for good attendance during the year, and a large number came forward. The prizes were handed over to each by Miss Hearn (Marriane Farningham), who, during a short address, gave the children some very good and timely advice. The children performed all the pieces entrusted to them to the satisfaction of the large company present. This was the best entertainment the children have had for several years. Much pains must have been taken by the teachers before such a success could be secured. The proceeds amounted to over £14. PETTY SESSIONS. The monthly Petty Sessions were held on Friday, the 15th inst., before Dr H. J. Lloyd, W. J. Morris. Lewis Lewis, John Evans, and Ellis Wilkin, Esquires. DEATH OF THE QUEEN. Before proceeding with the business of the Court the Chairman proposed a jTote of sympathy with the King, Queen, and the Royal Family in their sad bereavement bv the lamentable death of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and that they desired to express their devotion and loyalty to their Majesties. Mr W. R. Davies, solicitor, on behalf of the legal profession, desired to supplement the foregoing expression of sympathy and loyalty, which was passed with a silent vote. DRUNK. John Lloyd, poulterer, was charged with being drunk while in charge of a horse and trap. Dis- missed on payment of costs. In consequence of this being the first session after the Queen's death, the fines in all the cases were remitted.—Robert Jones, labourer, Harlech, was charged with being drunk and disorderly. The prisoner pleaded guilty. Dismissed on payment of costs.—Evan Griffith, labourer, was also charged with the same offence. Dismissed on payment of costs. MAINTENANCE. Robert Griffith, a militiaman, was charged with non-payment of arrears for maintaining his son in the Clio Industrial School. The amount to be paid by three monthly instalments-in default, 14 days' imprisonment. A CROSS-SUMMONS. Evan Williams v. Ralph Blaydes. The defendant was charged with insulting the plaintiff, This was a cross-summois. The advocates, on the suggestion of the Bench, came to an arrangement, both parties being bound over on their own recognizances to keep the peace for six months.
RUBBINQ EASES PAIN. By instinct the hand flies to the part hurt, but to eliminate Aches and Pains a sale stimulating medium or lubricant is necessary, and its physical condition should facilitate the process of rubbing. Such is ELLIMAN'S EMBROCATION. Elllmaa's For Rheumatism, Lumbago* Elliman's Sprafns, Bruises, Elliman's „ Fresh cuts, Elliman's Sore Throat from Cold, Elliman's „ Cold at the Chest, Elliman's „ Neuralgia from Cold. Elliman's „ Chilblains before Broken. Elliman's „ Corns when Painful, Elliman's „ Cramp, Stiffness, Elliman's „ Soreness of the Limbs E liman's after Cycling, Football, Elliman's Rowing, &c. Bottles, Sid.. is. lid., 25. 9«1., ,05. Eiliman, Sons & Co., Slough, England. The most nutritious. EPPS'S COCOA Grateful aad comforting; EPPS'S COCOA vor breakfast and supper. EPPS9S COCOA With natura flavour only, PRINTING of Every Description Moderate Charges. ff WELSH GAZETTE It Prmteries, Bridge Street, Aberystwvth.