LEADING ARTICLES Silence Broken. The New Crusade. Notes and Comments. London Letter.
J NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. Ai-2-ayron. Barmouth. Dolgeilev. Machynlleth. Lampeter, &cn &c. A THE "Ulelsb ^azeffe,?r WILL BE FOUND A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM It is sold by a large number of Agents in all parts of the counties of Cardigan, Merioneth, and Montgomery; also in many districts in the adjoining counties; in London and in several of the principal towns in England* Lost. T OST, round gold pendant Square and Compass -L* engraved, on Sunday last, between Llandyssil and Llanybyt-her. Finder rewarded. 'T. LAKE ASHLEY, Tiverton. Wanted. TAILORS—"Wanted Trousers and Waistcoats Makers.—Apply to John Richards & Co., Ladies' and Gent's Tailors and Outfitters, Aber- ystwyth. LARCH AND OAK TREES Wanted in quanti- ties.—John Evans, Timber Merchant, Caersws, Mont. WANTED, Mining and Quarry Plant, Rails, Machinery, Trams, Pumps, Waterwheels, Wrought and Cast-irons, Scrap, Lead, Zinc, Copper, Brass, Hemp, and Manilla Ropes, Ships, Sails, Anchors, Chains, Waste, Rubber, etc., etc: Highest Cash i)rices.-Mcllqubatn, Bridge End Stores, Aberystwyth. WANTED—SMART YOUTH as an apprentice w for t hl Drapery Trade.—Apply, Rowland Morgan, London House, Aberystwyth. WANTED—25th of June, COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, West Coast of Wales, for ten Aay- double bedroom, sitting room.—Apply, giving terms and references, to E. C. Pinckney, Wraxall, Brad ford-on-A von. WANTED-A smart Young Man as an Im- w prover to the Drapery and Ironmongery trade. One from the country preferred.—Apply to S. D. Jones, Emporium, Lampeier. WANTED—A Chapel Keeper.—For further particulars apply at No. 30, Portland-street, Aberystwyth. Apartments. 6 THTXITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- } T venient to sea and station.-MRs. EDWARDS. CLAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is 40 centrally situated and commands full view of ■a&. First-class apartments. Moderate terms. Reduced charges for winter months: hot and cold laths sanitary arrangements perfect —Mrs. ANKERS. IT LANDRINDOD WELLS.—BUXTON HOUSE, JLd Comfortable Apartments, with Board, 30s. per week each in Public Room.—Mrs. Evans. T LANDRINDOD WELLS.—'BRYNTIRION, Tem- JLi pie-street,. Public and Private Apartments. Close to the Mineral Waters and Baths. Boarding t moderate teritis.-Miss OwE,, s,, Proprietress. "BRIDGE HOTEL, LLANDRIKDOD WELLS. (Fully licensed.) EXCELLENT accommodation; first-class Cuisine; electric light throughout; billiard room; bowling and tennis lawns; recreation rooms and -every other comfort. Extensive alteration omp.eted TREFECCA HOUSE, IJLANDRINDOD WELLS. Conveniently situated for Station and Wells PUBLIC AND PRIVATE APARTMENTS, BOARDERS TAKEN AT 5s. A DAY. Hot and Cold Baths and Electric Light. MR. & MRS. REES JONES.. ESTABLISHED 1877. DUGGAN S HOTEL, LLANDRINDOD WELLS. (CENTRALLY SITUATED). TEMPERANCE, COMMERCIAL AND BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, WITH PRIVATE APARTMENTS. Large Dininfr, Drawing and Smoke Rooms, fitted ilf with Electric Light, Hot and Cold Baths. ■TWO minutes walk from the Railway Station on the Western Side, and near Post Office. Park and Mineral Springs. Terms on application. OCEAN VIEW. ABERYSTWYTH. PillVATE HOTEL. PLEASANTLY* SITUATED. BEST PART OF THE PROMENADE. FACING SEA. nJrand Views Highly Recommended. Cyde Rooms Terms: Moderate.-Apply, MRS. KENSIT. RED LION HOTEL PONTltlTYDFMDIOAID. PROPRIETOR EDWARD JENKINS. THIS old established and well known Hotel has been recently renovated. Parties, Cyclists, Commercial Gentlemen and Visitors to the noted Teify Lakes and Strata Florida Abbey, will find erery accommodation and comfort on very moderate charges. t- Best Ales, Wines, Spirits, Cigars, &:c. Posting in all its branches. Good Stabling. Conveyances meet all trains at Strata Florida Station. For Sale. FLOWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Palms, &c., on Hire for Decoration.—Apply HEAD GARDENER, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. PRIME CLOVER and Rye Grass Hay 80s per ton. Prime Meadow Hay 75s. per ton, trussed, delive red on rail, Ruthin; Wheat Straw in battens' 55* P''i' 1on Oats and Barley Straw 45s per ton Prime quality Garton; abundance Seed; Wheat straw, £3 per ton on rail Flint and Denbigh stations; Oats at 7s 6d per 105; Burton Prize Malting Barley Seed; also Chevelier Barley Seed. Samples and" prices on application. Apply, HUGHES, STORKS, Ruthin. GOOD INVESTMENT. ABERYSTWYTH.—TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, four newly-built Houses known as 1,2,3. and 4, Tns.dod-terrace, situate in Trinity- road, all let to good tenants. Each house contains 10 Room; 2 W.C's, Bathroom (hot and cold water laid on), Scullery, and yard, all conveniently arranged.-—For further particulars apply to L. Bearne, Builder, 37, Bridge-street, Aberystwyth. TO TAILORS.—Good Business for Sale, house and shop nearly new, in good position.. Es- tablished 60 yeai-e.-Davies Bros., Newcastle Emlyn, .1 FOR SALE, cheap, two large American Stores, in TK-rfeet order; lately used for heating Alfred-place ,Baptist Church.—Apply, T. H. Ed- IXom\ Abivystwyth. To Let. TO LET, with immediate possession, the newly- erected premisis, 10, Railway-terrace, Aber- ystwyth (prominent corner opposite railway station) -7 Bed, 3 Reception Rooms, usual Domestic Offices, good Basements, Bath (hot and cold), Gas and Electris Lights and Bells.—Apply to Mr J. Arthur Jones, architect, 7, Queen's-terrace, or to Mr D. A. Lloyd, 5, North-road, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH.—TO BE LET, at once, several splendid Dwelling Houses,' containing 14 Reoms. pleasant situation, few minutes'walk from the Promenade.—Apply, MESSRS DANIEL, SON and MEREDITH Estate Agents, Queen's-road, Aber- ystwytb. ABERYSTWYTH.—To Be Let from 12th May A next, BRYNTEG" Residence, standing in its own grounds, with Lawn, Garden, Stable, and Coach-house; half a mile from town; pleasantly situated southern aspect. -Apply., DANIEL, SON, and MEREDITH, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. TO LET.— LOCK-UP SHOPS, situate in Market- street, Aberystwyth.—Apply to the SECRE- TARY of the Corn Market Company, 30, Portland- treet, Aberystwyth. FFARM AR OSOD.—Mae Brechfa Fach, yn mhlwyf Llangeitho, yn cynwys oddeutu 70 cyfer o dir-gwair a llafur-ar osod. Bydd yn rhydd Mibangel nesaf (Mehefin 29ain, 1901). Am fanylion pellach ymofyner a David Evans, Cae- gwyn, Llangeitho. BERYSTWYTH.-TO BE LET FURNISHED, A separately or together, with or without attendance, two charming semi-detached Villas; electric light inside and out.—Apply to Miss Wight, Bella Vista, Cliff-terrace. TO LET, the fully licensed house known as the Western Vaults, North-parade, Aberystwyth. For particulars apply D. M. Davies, IS. New-street; or Morgan and Co., Wine and Spirit Merchants, Aberystwyth. TO BE LET, with immediate possession, GAHT REGWEN," Rhydlewis, in the Vale of Troedyraur, Cardiganshire, within four mil/es of Henllan railway station, and about the same distance from the seaside, consisting of a Dwelling- house, with four Bedrooms, Parlour, Dining Room, Kitchen, Pantries, &c., very commodious Outhouses. Stable, Coach-house, Cow-house, &c., with a good Kitchen Garden and Orchard; with a field three acres if required; Post and Telegraph Office close by Rent moderate.—Apply W. 11. Jones, Dyffryn- ceri, Rhydlewis. TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, the Farm and Lands of PENSARNDDU-UCHAF, and BRONIAL Fields, Bettws Evan, Cardiganshire containing about 68 Acres.—Apply to Mr D. Morris, Surveyor, Cardigan TO LET, DYFFRYN, PENUWCH.—A very nice Country Villa in the parish of Llanbadarn Odwyn, on roadside to Tregaron, with a farm of 9 to 10 acres and excellent outhouses, property of Rev D. W. Jones. A very choice place. Posses- sion may be had next October. Apply-Miss S. J. JONES, DYFFRYN, PENUWCH, LLANIO ROAD. TO BE LET, from 29th September next, the House, Garden and Meadows known as ABEREIFED, situate on the high road between Llechryd and Cenarth.—Apply to Mrs. Griffith, Llwynduris, Boncath. To be Sold. TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, a desirable Dwelling House, situate in Railway-terrace, containing 8 rooms.—Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. PONTRHYDFEN DIG AID.—Leasehold dwelling for Sale, 78 years unexpired. Nicely situated, commodious, 9 rooms, scullery, stable, cowshed, j hayshed, coach-house, garden. Also lodgings to | < let.—Apply, David Jones, Wellington House, | Pontrhydfendigaid. |1 ABERYSTWYTH. TO CAPITALISTS, BUILDERS AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY 46 Y ALU ABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS, Being parts of the field known as the CRICKET FIELD, and having a frontage to Caradoc-road, St. Darid's-road, and a proposed new road respectively, and within five minutes' walk of the centre of the town, in the following Lots and subject to con- ditions which may be inspected::— Lot 1.—Having 14 yards frontage to Caradoc- road and 48 yards to proposed new road. Lot 2.-ll yards to Caradoc-road. Lot 3.-Do. to do. Lot 4.—36 yards to do. Lots 5 to 19.—8 yards do. Lots 20 to 34.—8 yards to new road Lot 35.-13 yards to Caradoc-road and 38 yards to new road. Lots 36 to 40.-8 yards to new road. Let 41. 21 yards frontage to new road. Lots 42 to 45 —13 do. to St. Davîds-road, Lot 46.-36 yards frontage to new road, 30 yards to adjoining road. The Lots are admirably adapted for villa and other residences, all of which, being situate within the borough of Aberystwyth, may be supplied with an abundant supply of Plynlimnn water. For further particulars, apply to Mr J. E. James, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth, or to Mr tE. Edwards, The Laurels, Aberystwyth. FREEHOLD FARM FOR SALE. PANTMEINOG, LLANFAIR CLYDOGAU, Is to be sold privately. It contains about 13 acres of excellent arable and pasture land. The buildings are well built. Rental, £ 21 a year. Applications to be made to S. H. EVANS, Auctioneer, Lampeter. Harford Square, Lampeter, May 15th, 1901. Tenders. TENDERS are invited for the Staining of Pews JL and Pulpit, and Graining of th Doors of the C.M. Chapel. Work to be completed by the 20tb September. Tenders to be sent on or before the 3rd August, to the Minister, Dyffryn, Goginan. SPECIAL NOTICE. J. H. EDWARDS HAS OPENED A BUTCHERS SHOP AT 25, North Parade. BEEF, MUTTON, tAMB, VEAL, &C., OF THE BEST QUALITY. 25, INORTH pARADE. ABERYSTWYTH. NOTICE. TAKE NOTICE that I, the undersigned, from and after this date will not be responsible foi any debts incurred by my wife Ellen Hughes, ol Pendre Cottage, Llanbadarn. Dated 23rd July, 1901. JOHN HUGHES. Sales by Auction. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES IN THE TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. MR. R. K. JENKINS has been instructed by Mr T. W. Powell to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth, On Wednesday, the 31 st day ot JULY, 1901, At three o'clock in the afternoon. LOT I.-All that substantially built Messuage or Dwelling House known as GWENYDON, con- taining 12 bedrooms, 4 reception rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, fcath room. w.c., and all modern improvements, &c., now in the occupation of Misses Lee, at the yearly rent of £55. LOT 2.—All that Messuage or Dwelling House known as AELYDON, adjoining Lot 1, and con- taining the same number of rooms, now in the occupation of Mrs Ashmall at the yearly rent of £60.. These two dwelling bouses are conveniently situated in Cliff-terrace, within a few minutes walk of Victoria-terrace, and command a excellent and uninterrupted view of the sea. LOT 3.—All that Messuage or Dwelling House known as DIERHURST, Cliff-terrace, Aberystwyth, containing 9 bedrooms, and 5 reception rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, bath loom, w.c., and now in the occupation of Mrs Phillips, at the yearly rent of £ 45. LOT 4.—All that Messuage or Dwelling House known as GLENCOE, adjoining Lot 3. with similar accommodations and now in the occupation of Misses Whittingbam, at the yearly rent of £45. LOT 5.—All that Messuage or Dwelling House known as CHATSWORTH, adjoining Lot 4, and now in the occupation of Mrs White at the yearly rent of £45. This house contains the same number of rooms. The property is held under a lease for an unexpired term of 70 years at the annual low ground rent of £3 each house. For further particulars, apply to Messrs Smith and Davies, solicitors or the Auctioneer, 9, Baker- street, both of Aberystwyth. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD HOUSES In the town of ABERYSTWYTH. MR R. K. JENKINS has been in- structed by Mr L. Bearne, to sell by Public Auction at the Lion Hotel, on WEDNESDA Y, the 31st day of JULY, 1901, at three o'clock in the afternoon, all those substan- tially and newly built Leasehold Messuages, Dwelling Houses, and Premises known as Nos 1, 2, 3, and 4, TRINDOD-TERRACE, situated in Trinity-road, Aberystwyth, and now in the respective occupations of Messrs J. D.Williams, W. H. Davies, R. H. Bearne, and David Thomas at the annual rent of R,25 per house. Each house contains 7 Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms, large Kitchen, and 14ack Kitchen, W.C., Bathroom (Hot and Cold), Scullery, and Yard, and all modern improvements. The property is held under a lease for the unexpired term of 63 years, at the annual ground rent of £1 per house. Inspection of the house may be obtained upon application to No 3, Trinity-road. For further particulars, apply to Hugh Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Market-street, or to the Auctioneer, 9, Baker-street, both of Aberystwyth COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. PARISHES OF LLANSANTFFREAD & LLANBA DARN-TREFEGL WYS, IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE. HOLD FARMS. ATE. It. K. JENKINS has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the TALBOT HOTEL, Aberystwyth, On MONIJAY the 12th day of A UG UST, 1901. At 3 o'clock in the afternoon. the following most desirable properties LOT I.-All that Freehold Farm known as TRIALMAWR, situate mainly in the parish of Llansantffread, also a small portion in the parish of Llanbadarn-Trefeglwys, both in the County of Cardigan, comprising 243 acres 3 roods and 11 perches or thereabouts, of most suitable land with suitable homestead, outbuildings, etc, and now in the occupation of Mr Thomas Evans, as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of R112 10s. Lot 2.—A Moiety or half part of and in the Free- hold Farms and lands known as WERNLLAETH and GARNFOEL, both situate in the parish of Llansantffread, in the County of Cardigan. The farm of Wernllaeth contains 176 acres, 3 roods and 19 perches or thereabouts, of capital arable and pasture land, and is now in the occupation of Mrs Jane Evans, at an annual rent of £37 for the moiety. Garnfoel contains 105 acres, 1 rood, and 25 perches, or thereabouts, of capital arable and pasture land, and is now in the occupation of Mrs Jane Evans at an annual rent of AL18 for the moiety. The said properties are situate within a few miles of the village of Llanon, and within easy distance of the main road from Aberystwyth and Aberayron, and form a most desirable investment. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, No 9, Baker-street, Aberystwyth; Mr Hugh Hughes, solicitor, Aberystwyth; Messrs Smith, Davies and Co, solicitors, Aberystwyth; or to Messrs Smith, Davies and Evans, solicitors, Aberayron. Public Notices. DAFAD GOLLEDIG. Collwyd, ddechreu Mawrth, Dafad wen gyrniog; clustnodau, tori blaen yr aswy a chilhollt oddiar y dde. Gwobrwyir y sawl a roddo bysbysrwydd boddbaol am dani i Isaac Jones, Rhiwfallen, Lledrod. A GRAND EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD AT CARDIGAN ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14TH, 1901. ABOUT £100 IN PRIZES WILL BE OFFERED FOR MUSIC, LITERARY, ART, & MISCELLANEOUS COMPETITIONS. Programmes per Post lid each, may be obtained of D. MORGAN JONES, Secretary. THE NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICUL- TURAL SOCIETY WILL HOLD A SHOW AT ABERYSTWYTH On September Utlt, UPWARDS OF £ 200 IN PRIZES. MANY CLASSES OPEN TO ALL COMERS. PRESIDENT: W. B POWELL, Esq., Nantees. VICE-PRESIDENTS: VAUGHAN DAVIES, Esq., M.P., Tanybwlch. JOHN FRANCIS, Esq., J.P., D.L., Wallog. J. GIBSON, Esq., Aberystwyth. DAVID DAVIES, Esq, Llandinam. THB MAYOR OF ABERYSTWYTH (E. P. Wynne, Esq.) C. M. WILLIAMS, Esq., Aberystwyth. Large Prizes for JUMPING and TURNOUTS. Schedules will be ready shortly. THE SECRE TWYTH. Sales by Auction. IP————— CORRIS, COUNTY OF MERIONETH. Important Sale of valuable FREEHOLD FARMS (through which excellent Slate and Slab Veins traverse). MESSRS GILLART & SONS are instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Lion Hotel, Machynlleth, on SATURDAY, 10th AUGUST, 1901, at 2-30 o'clock in the after- noon, the following property, viz:— LOT l.-RllgOg Farm, adjoining the Main Road leading from Dolgelley to Machynlleth, containing 122 a., 0 r., 36 p. or thereabouts, and in the occupa- tion of Mr William Williams as yearly tenant LOT 2.—Tymawr Farm (adjoining Lot 1). con- taining 70 a., 3 r., 25 p., or thereabouts, and in the occupation of Messrs Owen Lewis and Owen John Lewis as yearly tenants. Together with the un-enclosed sheepwalks adjoin- ing the farms. Plan, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs Evans and Gillart, Solicitors, Machynlleth: or of the Auctioneers, Macbynlleth and Towyn (Merioneth). —— CARDIGANSHIRE. ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE. MR J. E. JAMES will sell by Public Auction at the Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth, On MONDAY, the ZQth BAY OF JULY, 1901, at 3 o'clock p.m., subject to conditions then and there produced, the following Freehold Messuages and Lands:— LOT I.-The dwelliog house known as Birch Villa, situate near Pontrhydygroes, in the County of Cardigan, together with the stables, outhouses, orchard, and garden belonging thereto, containing- 14 acres, 2 roods, and 38 perches or thereabouts of I agricultural land called Penquarrel, including a plantation of 3 acres and a half of growing larch and oak. The House is beautifully situated near the River Rheidol, and it is almost. surrounded by planta- tions. LOT 2-All those two dwelling houses known as Tycroes and Lisburnt: Villa respectively sijpate at Pontrhydygroes aforesaid, together with*the gardens, outhouses, stables, and other outbuildings belonging thereto, and now in the occupation of William Jones and P.C. John Jones. LOT 3.—All that dwelling bouse with the several fields and closes of land formerly known as Blaen- yresgair and Blaenywaun, but now known as Blaen- resgair, containing 14 acres, 2 roods, and 15 perches or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of Rees Jones and William Jones as yearly, tenants thereof, situate near Pontrhydygroes, aforesaid. For further particulars.apply to the Auctioneer, or J. J. James, Esq., solicitor, or Hugh Hughes, Esq, solicitor, all of Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD REVERSIONS. MR. J. E. JAMES has been instructed by Major Bonsall to sell by Public Auction at the Talbot Hotel, ON WEDNESDAY, 31SI 1901, AT 3-30 o'cioex IN THB AFrJlRNOO); subject to conditions to be then and there produced, the following Valuable Properties:— Lot 1.—The Dwelling House and Shop being No 20, Little Darkgate-street, in the occupation of Mr H. P. Edwards. Lot 2.—The Dwelling House and Shop being No 22, Little Darkgate-street, in the occupation of Mr Daniel Thomas. Lot 3.-The Dwelling House and Shop being No 24, Little Darkgate-street, in the occupation of Mr Daniel Thomas. Lot 4.—The Dwelling House and Shop being No 26, Little Darkgate-street, in the occupation of Mrs Richards. Lot 5.—The Dwelling House and Shop being No 28, Little Darkgate-street, in the occupation of Mr David Ellis. Lot 6.—The Cottage and Premises being No 1, Laurel place, in the occupation of Mr Morris. Lot 7.—The Cottage and Premises being No. 2, Laurel place, in the occupation of Mr. William Neale. Lot 8.—The Cottage and Premises being No. 3, Laurel place, in the occupation of Mr. D. 0. Evans. Lot 9.—The Cottage and Premises being No. 4, Laurel place, in the occupation of Miss Evans. All the lots are sold subject to a Lease thereof granted to the late J. G. W. Bonsall, Esq., for 65 years from the 29th day of September, 1865, at the annual ground rent of R,26, which is apportioned between the Lots as follows :—Lots 1, 2, and 3, £4 each; Lots 5 and 6, P,5 each and Lots 6, 7, 8,' and 9, £1 each. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, all of Aber- ystwyth. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. MESSRS DANIEL, SON AND MEREDITH have been instructed by Mrs Humphreys to Sell by Public Auction, ON AN EARL Y DATE, The following desirable Leasehold Properties situated in Aberystwyth, vizThe WAVERLEY HOTEL, in Smithfield-road and Mill-street; No. 44, North- parade Vaenor Villa, North-road; Audley House, Bath-street; Flintshire House, William-street; and No. 14. Poplar-row. Further particulars in future issues. Public Notices. NEW AIAIPKET, HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 17, 1901 A GRAND EVENING CONCERT BY THE ROYAL WELSH LADIES' CHOIR CONDUCTED BY MADAME CLARA NOVELLO DAVIES. Reserved Seats, 3s; Second Seats, 2s; Admission, Is Doors open 7-30. Concert at 8 o'clock. MANCHESTER AND MILFORD RAILWAY. ON MONDAY NEXT, JULY 15th, And every day up to and including SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1901 A FAST EXPRESS TRAIN Will run as under, viz:— a.m. Ystrad (T.V.) dep. 9 6 Treorchy „ 9 12 Treherbert „ 9 21 Aberdare „ 10 15 Mertbyr „ 9 55 Briton Ferry „ 11 10 Swansea „ 11 15 Neath „ 11 5 Llanelly 12 3 Lampeter arr. 1 54 Tregaron „ 2 12 Aberystwyth „ 2 55 For further particulars see the Company's Time Tables. FOURTEEN-DAY TICKETS AT REDUCED FARES Are issued from all the Principal Stations in South Wales to ABERYSTWYTH VIA PENCADEL.* Public Notices. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. SUSPENSION OF Excursion, Week End, OR OTHER CHEAP BOOKINGS On FRIDAYS, AUGUST 2nd and 9th, and SATURDAYS, JULY 27th, and AUGUST 3rd and 10th, 1901. All Excursion Bookings to Stations on the LONDON & NORTH WESTERN RAILWAYS will be SUSPENDED on FRIDAYS, AUGUST 2nd and gth, and on SATURDAYS, JULY 27th, and AUGUST 3rd and 10th. All Excursion Bookings to Stations on the GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY will be SUSPENDED on SATURDAYS, JULY 27th and AUGUST 3rd. All Excursion Bookings to Stations on the MID- LAND RAILWAY will be SUSPENDED on SATURDAYS, AUGUST 3rd and 10th. This cancels all announcements of Excursion Bookings on the above-mentioned dates to L.&N.W., G. W., and MIDLAND RAILWAY Co's Stations and other COMPANIES' STATIONS via L. &, N.W., G. W., and MIDLAND RAILWAYS. Ordinary and TOURIST TICKETS ONLY (where such are in operation) will be issued on JULY 27th and AUGUST 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th, to L. & N. W. RAILWAY Co's Stations and other COMPANIES' Stations via L. & N. W. RAILWAY and on JULY 27th and AUGUST 3rd to GREAT WESTERN Co's Stations and other COMPANIES' Stations via GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY, and on AUGUST 3rd and 10th to MIDLAND RAILWAY CO'S Stations and other COMPANIES' Stations via MIDLAND RAILWAY. C. b. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, July, 1901. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. AUGUST BANK HOLIDAY ARRANGE- MENTS, 1901. On Fridays, July 26tb, and August 9th and 23rd, Excursion Tickets will be issued to EDINBURGH and GLASGOW, available for 4, 8 and 16 days. On Friday, August 2nd, Excursion Bookings will be issued to CARDIFF, SWANSEA, MERTHYR, NEWPORT (Mon), available to return any day within a week of issue. ATHLETIC SPORTS and BICYCLE RACES at PWLLHELI, Aug ptb.-On Monday, Aug 5th, a Cheap Day Excursion will be run from Machynlleth, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Afon Wen, and intermediate stations to PWLLHELI. ATHLETIC SPORTS at ABERYSTWYTH, AUGUST 6tb.-On Tuesday, August 6th, Cheap Day Tickets will be issued to ABERYSTWYTH from Barmouth, Machynlleth, Dolgelley, Bow Street and intermediate stations. NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD, MERTHYR, AUG. 6, 7, 8, 9.—On August 5, 6,7 Cheap Excursion Tickets will be issued to MERTHYR. For full particulars of all the above Excursions see handbills, to be obtained at the Stations, or apply to Mr W. H. GOUGH, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Oswestry, Secretary and General Manager. July, 1901. imiVEflST OCOLLEGE OFW ALES. ABERYSTWYTH. HOLIDAY SHORT COURSES IN MUSIC. SHORT COURSES in MUSIC will be held at a the above College from Monday August 12th to Saturday September 7th, 1901, as follows:- Theory Competition, Orchestration, (Old and New Notation) :— Mil. D. JENKINS, Mus. Bac. (Cantab.) Violin :-MR BERTIE OLLERHEAD. Piano, Organ, and Harmonium :— MR. J. E. LEAH, A.R.C.O. Voice Training:—MR WILFRID JOKES, R.A.M. Art of Class Teaching MR W. T. SAMUEL, G. & H. For syllabus and all particulars apply to,— T. MORTIMER GREEN, REGISTRAR. HARRYCOLLINS' MERRY MASCOT MINSTRELS give Three CONCERTS Daily in the ELYSIAN GROVE. OLD FAVOURITES. FRESH FACES. NEW CHORUSES. NEW SONGS. NEW SKETCHES. In fact, an up-to-date programme. HILARITY WITHOUT VULGARITY: Don't forget that the Elysian Grove is the only place Harry Collins' Merry Mascots can be seen. Three performances daily at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p m. Constant change of programme. Admission to the Grove and Concert, 2d. Look out for the Grand Carnival Fancy Dress Ball which will take place in the Grove on Wednes- day, August 7th, 1901, when £ 5 will be given away in prizes. See future announcements. Business Notices. IMMENSE SUCCESS. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly COLEMAN S QUININE WINE recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the ^IQLEMAN'S QUININE WINE J^edical COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Profession. c OLEMAN'S QUININE WINE COLEMAN8 QUININE WINE is a FINE TONIC and a SPLENDID PICK-ME-UP. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Profession. /"COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE I Cures neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous disorders. Improves the appetite and strengthens the system. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly /COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Profession. c OLEMAN'S QUININE WINE MEDICAL MEN ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDING IT. Sold by all Grocers and Chemists. Wholesale Agents-EDWARDS & SON, 147, QUEEN VICTORIA ST., LONDON. Proprietors—J. CHAPMAN and CO., Limited, NORWICH and LONDON. Samples bottles sent free on receipt of 3d for Postage Sold by- J. JAMES & Co., Grocer, Terrace-road, ABER- YSTWYTH, J. MATHIAS k Co.. Bridge-st,, ABERYSTWYTH 1 A. NOYES, West End Stores, ABERYSTWYTH Business Notices. 00 E; S T H a O -= E-I r4 E-I < Ul Q AtS = A UEi Dentistry. DENTISTRY. MR A. C. POWELL, L.D.S., R.C.S. DENTAL SURGEON. 24, PORTLAND STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Consultation Free. Charges Moderate. Mr Powell visits: CORRIS Second and Fourth Saturday in each month, at Mr W. J. Edwards, Temperance, Glany- don, from 11 a.m. to 4-30 p.m. Also at MACHYNLLETH First and Third Wednesdays in each month, at Mr Marpole, Liver- pool House, Maengwyn Street, from 2 p.m.,to5 p.m or by appuintment. At Tregaron. First and Third Tuesday in each month, at Mr Evans. Castle House between 11 a.m. te 4 p.m. BLACK LION HOTEL. 1 STRATA FLORIDA. FIRST-CLASS Family & Commercial Hotel (Private House adjoining for Visitors). HEARSE AND FUNERAL CARRIAGES XEPT ON THE PREMISES. TERMS MODERATE. I ] PR0PRI«T»H— J D. JENKINS. 1 ] NEW SEEDS!! HADAU NEWYDD!! 0 EP. TAYLOR begs to inform bis numerous, • customers that he has receded his annual stock of garden and field seed of the best pos- sible quality. Early potatoes of various kinds; best early, and Marrow; Fat Peas, and all other 1 seeds. E. P. TAYLOR, Fruiterer, Greengrocer, and Radnor House. Game Dealer. Terrace-rd., Aberystwyth. ROYAL AJAX CYCLES ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS Enormous Stack. New amd JFROM 10s. MONTHLY. Carriage Paid. Illustrated IN Prize List Post Free to ray address. The British Cycle Manfg. Co. (I go i), Ltd. Everten45, Roatl, Liverpool. (Esteblisked 1887). Educational. 11 MISS PHILLIPS, CERT. R.A.M., R.C.M., AND TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, QRGANIST OF WESLEY CHURCH With experience in successfully preparing for the ab»ve Examinations. Receives Pupils for Organ, Pianoforte, and Singing. Terms en Application. ADDRESS 34, PIER STREET. 1 HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS yjCTORIA (MARINE) T- ERRACE A BERYSTWYTH1 SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. j PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYE Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Resident Governesses. T 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, Aberystwyth. Principal Edwards, D.D., Bala Theological College. Principal Roberts, M.A., U.C.W. Principal Prys, M.A., Trevecca College. Dr Scholle Aberdeen Unirersity. Rev T. A Penry, Aberystwyth. Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu latious Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms &c,, apply PRINCIPAL" A ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL HKAMASTER M R. I[-) AVID SAMUEL, M.A., (Cantab). SENIOR MISTRESS MISS EDITH lqo E WART, M.A., (Vict) ASSISTANT MASTERS AND MISTRESS MR. FJLHOMAS QWENS, MR J.H. H0WELL'B(^Bf- m R. N. H. T HOMAS, B.A., (Oxon). MISS S. E. THOMAS, COOKING MISS H. BFJiTHA JoyES- (Diploma in Cooking and Laundry Work-1st Class) DRAWING: MR. J. H. APPLETON, Cert. Art Master. Pupils requiring Railway Season Tickets willpleas< apply to me forthwith. JOHN EVANS, 6, Portlaad Street, utik Aheryatwytk Business Notices Plpnlimon Cake :Cabl Ulatcrs. SUPERIOR SODA WATER. Supplied in Syphons as well as in large and small Bottles. LEMONADE oS LIME JUICE GINGER ALE, ^yjl ||wjx AND^SODA POTASH CIDER WATER, | P. 1 CLARET AND CHEMI-ST. LITHIA v LEMONADE W Â TER, ETC., ETC., ETc MANUFACTURED BY I. P. Thomas PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST- A B ER YSTWYTH. The waier nsed in the manufacture of the ^ynlimon Lake Table Waters is the purest in the- iingdom, and has its source 16 miles from Aber- 'sttvyth at an elevation of 1,650 feet above sea evel. REPORT OF PROFESSOR FRANKLAND, ROYAL COLLEGE OF CHEMISTRY. The water is clear, palatable, wholesome,, and f most excellent quality." EDWARD MOllllIS. SARBER, BILL-POSTER AND DISTRIBUTOR DOLL STREET, MACHYNLLETH. ;ills posted and distributed in town and neigli bouring district at moderate charges. EAGLE*" RESTAURANT 26, GREAT ¡pARKGATE STREET rEWLY PENEDS SITUATION CENTRA HOT DINNERS AT J O'CLOCK EVERY MONDAY. REASONABLE CHARGES. EVERY CONVENIENCE ommodioug Rooms, Suitable for dubs, Committees, &o Pubic Notices. LAMPETER SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. THIS SCHOOL WILL OPEN ON VEDNESDA 7, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1901. IEAD MISTRESS: Iliss E. F. REBURN, B.A. (Hons. R.U.I., Ex Stewart Scholar R.U.I., Silver Medallist Irish Inter. Board). Assisted by highly qualified Masters and Mistresses in Pianoforte, Singing, Violin, Advanced Draw- ing, Painting, and Dancing. Fees per Term For pupils under 13, £2 2s. Od. over 13, £ 2 12s. 6d. Extras: Latin, German, Music, Advanced Drawing, Painting and Dancing Pupils not resident in or near Lampeter are required to board in the SCHOOL BOARDING HOUSE, unless specially exempted from this regulation. For further pat t.cu'ars appI" to I THOS. LLOYD, Lam peter. Solicitor. TREGARON. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE following FREEHOLD PROPERTIES will -t- be offered for Sale by Public Auction in the month of August House and Stable in Llanddewi-road, formerly known as the Union Offices, but now occupied by Rees Jones, the Emporium. 3 Cottages in Currier-street. 2 Cnt^ao-es ir Higb-street, Doldre. I fettege kmr i as Ty Dafydd Shon Dafydd Pentre. All in the Town of Tregaron. And also RHYDYPANDY MILL AND FIELDS, LLANGEITHO. Full particulars will duly appear and meanwhile may be obtained of JOHN T. LEWIS, Solicitor, 54, Chancery Lane, LONDON, W.C FINEST DANISH BUTTER At Is Id. per lb. Bacon and Cheese Of the Finest Quality AT TOM BEES' STORES, NEW MARKET HALL, ABERYSTWYTH.