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Business Notices. I A BETTER SHOW THAN EYER. NEW GOODS, « FOR SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR. REES JONES Wishes to inform the inhabitants of TREGAReN and the district that he has just returned from some of the leading marKets, and is now showing a LARGE and CHOICE ASSORTMENT of LADIES' CLOTH. PLUSH AND SILK CAPES From 10s. 6d. to 75s. A FINE SELECTION OF LADIES' COSTUMES la black, and other colours, from 17s. 6d. to 75s. BEST MATERIALS NEWEST DESIGNS. MILLINERY A SPECIALITY. HATS, BONNETS, ETC., ETC., Of all kinds made up in the Latest Styles. REES JONES, EMPORIUM TREGARON. PtQC liclaeth o bob math o Ddillad Newydd pwrpasol i'r tymhor o ran ffurff a defnydd. THOMAS & JONES (Formerly Wm. Thomas), GENERAL MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH. 'o TH THOMAS & JONES, f COAL AND LIME MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH. A[3E BEST COAL AND LIME ALWAYS IN STOCK. ALSO BRICKS, PIPES, SLATES AND CEMENT. J. GWILYM EVANS, Family Grocer & Provision Merchant, THE STORES, HIGH STREET AND STATION ROAD TOWYN. NOTED HOUSE FOR TEA. BEST IN PURITY AND FLATOUR. THE A BERYSTWYTH Jg NAMELLED s LATE-WORKS, JJOPEWALK, A BFRYSTWYTH. MANUFACTURERS OF ENAMELLED SLATE CHIMNEY PIECES. Slabs of every description always in stock Prices and estimates on application. A WORD IN SEASON. TRY MORGANS Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, and all affections ef the Chest, Throat, and Lungs. —— HAS CURED OTHERS. WILL CURE Yew. Prepared only by R. MOROAN, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, ABERYSTWYTH. Sold in Is. & 2s. bottles WONDERFUL RESWLTS. PUBLIC NOTICE. W. H. JONES, PROPRIETOR OF THE 'DON' TOILET SALOON, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, WISHES to thank his numerous customers for their kind patronage in the past. The premises having been extended and fitted with up-to-date appliances have enabled him now to engage Three First-class Experienced men, where customers will be attended to with despatch. NeTE THE ADDRESS— THE DON' TOILET SALOON, 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. NOTICE. TO PROMOTERS OF EISTEDDFOD AU, CONCERTS, ETC., I PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Quickly and Neatly Done AT THB WELSH GAZETTE OFFICES, BRIDGE STREET, ABEKTSTWIIF. k SOMETHING QUITE NEW. AN IMPORTANT INTRODUCTION. 0- EASIEST THE WESTERN QUEEN WASHER. AN ro \V"ORK UNRIT ALLED WITH MACHINE. II fG HET -0- — A PRACTICAL WASHER. — DURABLE, COMPACT AND EASY TO KEEP CLEAN. The castingsjon the Western Queen are made with a view of as light running as possible. It has a steel mesh wheel i brace which forms a ballbearing to hold large and small gear in mesh. This 11 z, does away with all grinding and friction. The post and dasher are of best hard maple-. It washes a fewMor many pieces at, a time, and does not require the aid of a washboard. TTF" MADE IN BOTH ROUND AND SQU ARB STYLE. :o:- Also-tlie "COLUMBIA WASHER" and the "BENBOW ROTARY WASHER," First-class Machines combining PERFECTION, DURABILITY AND SIMPLICITY. Prices and particulars on application. SOLE AGENTS FOR CARDIGANSHIRE:— EDWARDS, EVANS, & CO., MERCHANTS, TREGARON. Local agents required in districts not represented. Liberal terms. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. —■ — | a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p,m. p.m. p.m. ABERYSTWYTH Dept. 7 15 9 10,10 ^'12 15 1 15 ji 152 15|2 45 CHESTER- Air. 1 21 B 321 f oo4 o.j; OS 7 10 8 30 LIVERPOOL (Landing Stage) „ 2 10 2 B 20i f 30|5 201 7 20 8 O9 25 MANCHESTER (Exchange) „ 2 30& B 8 •> 8 8 10 37 10 10 WOLVERHAMPTON „ 11 49|2 13 5 5i 6 431 BIRMINGHAM „ 12 15|2 38 Wednes- |5 33 7 22 LONDON (Paddington) „ 3 30j5 20' idays only|8 45 <10 50 A.-Pa,ssengers.foi- London by this train are allowed one hour at Shrewsbury for lunch B.—Via Shrewsbury for these Stations. I C Via Dolgelley. Passengers wishing to travel by this Tmin should ask for Tickets via Do!gelley when booking. Passengers are requested to ask for Tickets by the GREAT WESTERN Route Every Information respecting Great Western Train Service can be obtained of Mr. J ROBERTS, 25, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth, or of Mr. G. GRANT, Divisional Superintendent G.W.R., Chester. PADDINGTON STATION. J. L. WILKINSON, General Manager. — SE AS_ON_ 1901. MOWING MACHINES By the following leading makers:— cl KEYWORTH & CO'S "BUCKEYE." HARRISON McGREGOR'S "ALBION." PHILIP PIERCE & CO'S "ORION" AND VIUYOR." JONES & CO'S PLANO." OSBORNE & GO'S "COLUMBIA." HORNSBY & CO'S" PARAGON." BAMFORD & COS ROYAL." Sold by M. H. DAVIS & SONS, Aberystwyth. MILLINER! ESTABLISHMENT 1, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. MRS. J. W. THOMAS NewSummer Goods Hats and Bonnets Cleaned and Altered. CENTRAL PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO. Speciality Stamp Photos. Charges Moderate. SEASON 1901. THOS. POWELL & CO., AnERY™i Are offering a CHOICE SELECTION of GAEDEN SEEDS. SEED POTATOES. GRAND SELECTION OF AGRICULTURAL SEEDS. Spring Wheat, White Oats, Black Tartarian nlt, Barley, Oeirch Lhvyd. Cowgrass Red Clover, White Dutch, Alsyke, Trefoil, Italian and reI ermial Ryegrass. Also, a Choice Selection of Clovers and Grasses for Meadows and Permanent Pastures. ALL THE SEEDS ARE OF THE FINEST QUALITY. Ni Werthir dim ond yr Madau Goreu. Gadbury's eoeoa ABSOLUTELY PURE, THEREFORE BEST. FREE FROM ALL ADMIXTURES, SUCH AS KOLA, MALT, HOPS, ALKALI, &c. The Standard of Highest Purity."—The Lancet. NSIST on having CADBURY'S (sold only -in Packets and Tin), as other Oocoas are sometimes substituted for the of extra profit MCCORMICK MOWERS ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD. B I N D H E o R R S S E G R R I A N K D E R S R S CCO;?AIC THE KING OF THE MEADOW. [GRAND PRIZE ANDI SEVEN MEDALS AWARDED AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION. rhe Glorious Record of the past season is good reason why you should buy McCormick Machines and no other ;old by—Da vies and Sons, Aberayron and Tregaron; W. James, Nfw Quay: Evans and Davies Lampeter; W. Thomas, Carmarthen; W. and E. Hopkins, L'aadllc; D. P. Lloyd, Dyffryn; W. James and SOB, Cardiganand Newcastle Emlyn McCormick Harvesting Machine Co., 71, Southwark Street, LONDON. IMPORTANT NOTICE. The Welsh Gazette" is the only penny paper published at Aberystwyth which contains complete reports of public bodies in Cardiganshire* Merionethshire, and Upper Montgomeryshire. For news of the entire district. and as an excellent advertizing medium* the "WelshGazette" will, therefore, be found invaluable.