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Business Notices. L 111 —' M..L. <J ■. I EG=—SJ. '=9 ESTABLISHED 186 8. Edwards, Evans & Co., TREGARON SUPPLY (WHOLESALE OR RETAIL) FROM STOCK OR TO ORDER, Coal, Lime and Cement. Building Materials of all kinds. Agricultural Implements and Machinery. Best Makers only. Builders' and General Household Ironmongery. Furniture, China, Glass, Wallpapers and General Furnishings. Photographic Accessories, etc. THE NEW CLIMAX SHEEP TROUGH (CAFN DEFAID). RHAGOROL A BRAD. I To Feed Trough is 30 in. diameter 10 Sheep. J and 5 in. deep. Edge of trough stands 11 in. from In ten separate compart- ground. ments. Provided with a Top not shown in illustration. There is a division bar between each leg on all these troughs. Lt is evident to all that Sheep or any other animals feeding at a ROUND Trough have much more room for their bodies than when feeding at a Straight Trough this Trough is introduced on these lines. The Utility, Portability, and General advan* tages, with low price, recommend it as one of the best Troughs for sheep and lambs. Edwards, Evans & Co., TREGARON. or ALI' i 41 Campau a Canternau 0 BOB MATH. Edwards, Evans & Co., TREGARON Business Notices. OWENS BROS., 31, NORTHGAT STREET ABERYSTWYTH BUILDE JOINERS, UNDERTAKERS,&C Estimates given for every descripti n of work WORKSHOP-PORTLAND LANE N 0 T I C E I JOHN ROBERTS, TOBACCONIST, fJIERRACE JJOAD, 9 A.BERYSTWYTH AGENT FOR GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY Co. LTD ALADDIN'S MAGIC TEA: |y— ¡1 "ALADDIN'S My MAGfC- II I :'U THE BEST IN THE MARKET WILLIAM WILLIAMS & c OMPANY BUTTON STREET,! IVERPOOLI — — — A D. JONES, HGH-L TAILOR, CHALYBEATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. G ENTLEM.ENIS HUNTING & gHOOTING SUITS. JJREECHES A SPECIALITY. J ITERIES, IF GH-CLASS ]LADIES'T AILOR-MAD 0OSTUMES Made by Experienced Workmen on the premise* DAVID HOWELL. GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT. 33 & 35, GREATiDARKGAfE Sn AND g MARKET STREET,: ABERYSTWYTH! w k,L S HFLAN.NELS AND SHAWLS CARPETS AND LINOLEUMS. FOR REAL WELSH FLANNEL AND WOOLLEN GOODS GO TO J. & E. EVANS, GENERAL DRAPERS AND MILL NERS — 40 GREAT DARKGATE STREET AB E R Y. S T W Y T R J. GWILYM EYANS Family Grocer & Provision Merchant, THE STORES, HIGH STREET AND STATION ROAD TOWYN. NOTED HOUSE FOR TEA. BEST IN PURITY AND FLAVOUR. — _■ V J. WALTER EVANS, 19. G REAT ARKGATE' gTREET I ABERYSTWYTH. Is now showing a Splendid Selection of NEW GOODS In all Departments. BOYS' & MEN'S SUITS IN A GREAT VARIETY. NEW DRESSES FURNISHING GOODS lie NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Our columns are so crowded at present with news that we must impress upon our corio"dents the great importance of sending all communi- cations as early as possible. Itjis beyond our power always to set in type the great quantity of copy which is received on Tuesday, much of which might have been dispatched several days earlier. When it is possible we are glad to receive communications on Thursday and Friday for the following week's paper, and advertisers will greatly oblige by favouring us with their orders as early as they can. GOHEBYDD.—Anfonwch fel y byddo mewn Haw yn gynar dydd Llun, neu yn gynt os yn bosibl. Bydd i brydlondeb sicrhau ei ymddangosiad i raddau pell. SCHOOLMASTER.—Your suggestion has been anti- cipated by Mrs. Davies-Evans, of Highmead, who dwelt upon the matter at length at a recent speech-day at Lampeter. "Nature Notes" re- appear this week in our Leisure Hour column. We shall gladly record the "finds" of your pupils on condition that proofs of identification are satisfactory. J r NOTICE. The Welsh Gazette may be obtained every Thursday at Messrs Smith & Son's bookstall at Welshpool, Newtown. Corwen, Machynlleth, Cor- wen, Dolgelley, Barmouth, and Llandrindod Wells, and in London at Messrs Everett and Sons, Salis- bury-square, E.C. THE WELSH GAZETTE" WILL BE SENT Post Free for 6s 6d a Year, or 3s 3d for Six Months.