LEADING ARTICLES I Local Self-Government for Wales. Notes and Comments,
NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. Aberayron. Barmouth. Dolgeiley, Machynlleth, Lampeter, &c.t &c.
DAFAD GRWYDREDIG. MAE Dafad ddieithr yn Pentregwnws ers tua blwyddyn; clust nodau, goledd dan dde; bwlch plyg oddiarno; care oddiar y chwith; bwlch plyg dano. Oni arddelir hi o hyn i ddiwedd Ionawr, 1902, fe'i gwerthir i dalu y treuliau.—C. DA VIES. =- Mae oen crwydredig yn Maesglas, Tregaron. Oni pherchenogir cyn Chwefror y lOfed, 1902, fe'i gwerthir i dalur costau. Ymofyner a Stephen Jones. Wanted. LARCH AND OAK TREES Wanted in quanti- JLj ties.—John Evans, Timber Merchant, Caersws, Moot. a. 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 prices.-Mcilqubain, Bridge End Stores, Aberystwyth. "If" GROCERY. Wanted a Strong Lad, 15 years of aee as an Apprentice. Good hours.—Apply JAMBS JONES. Grocer, Ystrad Rhondda. 41/1 WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, General Ser- vants, and Kitchenmaids.—Apply, Mrs Mackenzfe, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. ROCERY.-IVanted Young Man as Haulier G &c., accusromed to horses; indoors; good wages to suitable man.—State particulars, Stephen Evains, Tonyrefail. a GROCERY.—Wanted Young Man to look after Horse and deliver and assist indoors..—Ap ply, W. Clarke, Blaenclydach. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. 500 to 1000 Rabbits wanted weekly, state lowest cash price on Rail.-Apply, Messrs VAUGHAN and Co., Commission Agents, 17, Leckwith-road, Canton. Cardiff. WANTED.—A young lad as an Apprentice to the Grocery and Provision Trade, must be 15 years of age.—Apply, R. D. Jones, provision merchant, New Tredegar, via Cardiff. II GENERAL SERVANT WANTED in a family of two persons and comfortable home near London.—Apply, Mrs. Goslin, Ravenscroft, Welling, Kent. WANTED to purchase; TURKEYS and Clean- dressed GEESE, &c., all sorts of GAME. Best prices given. Purchasers of same will do well to book orders early.—E. P. TAYLOR, Radnor House, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. WANTED immediately a thoroughly trust- worthy Working Housekeeper for a small farm, able to make butter and cheese. Good salary. Applications, staring age. experience, sal- ary required, with two testimonials, to D. Edmonds, Capel Bach Farm, Llangonoyd, Bridgend. "WTANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT at once VT Able to cook, wash and iron four in family housemaid and boy kept. Wages, L14.-Apply, Mrs. Hmas, Abertillery Vicarage, Monmouthshire. TO TAILORS. WANTED immediately, good TROUSER s. Vv pngtant work for steady mob.—Apply,. MOR<5A> 4#gent House, Llanon, Aberystwyth. APPRENTICE Wanted for the Ironmongery arid Implement Trades. Terms, 3 years outdoors. -Apply, William James & Sons, Newcastle Emlyn. WANTED, WORKING WOODMAN, well up in measuring, valuing, and planting trees also draining, fencing, and general estate repairs, etc. Knowledge of Welsh desirable must be sober, young, and active.—Apply, stating age, whether married or single. and wages required, to Mr. Richard Gillart, Estates' Office, Plas, Machynlleth. For Sale. FLOWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Palms, &c., on Hire for Decoration.—Apply HEAD GARDENER, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. XJRIME CLOVER and Rye Grass Hay 80s per Jr ton. Prime Meadow Hay 75s. per ton, trussed, delivered on rail, Ruthin Wheat Straw in battens 55s per ton 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. Aoply, HUGHES, CHE STORES, Ruthin. ffTO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, a desirable M Dwelling House, situate in Railway-terrace, containing 8 rooms.—Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. MILLINER' Shop For Sale or by valuation- Apply to Miss E. J. Howells, College-street, Iiampeter FOR SALE by Private Treaty, all that Leasehold Messuage and Premises situate and being No. 24, Alexandra-road (formerly Railway-terrace), con- taining front and back parlours, kitchen, pantry, and wash-house, 3 bedrooms and attic, and usual offices and yard. Unexpired term, 39 years or thereabouts from the 12th day of May next. Total ground rent, ae .-For particulars apply to T. J. Samuel, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. To Let. ABERYSTWYTH.—TO BE LET, at once, several splendid Dwellin Houses, containing 14 Rooms, pleasant situation, few minutes' walk from the Promenade.—Apply, MESSRS DANIEL, SON and MEREDITH Estate Agents, Queen's-road, Aber- ystwytb. FURNISHED SITTING ROOMS and one or two BEDROOMS TO LET in convenient street in Aberystwyth.—Apply X. Office of this paper. BORTH.—For Sale, by Private Treaty, a Free- hold Dwelling House, containing Seven Rooms, Small Garden.—Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Aberystwyth. =- Apartments, FTIRINITY PLACE, APARTMENTS to let, con JL venient to sea and station—MRS EDWARDS. CLAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Mar5ne"f^[1r^-g^ centrally situated and commands full view of •ea. First-class apartments. Moderate terms adduced charges for winter months; hot.and^cold baths sanitary arrangements perfect —Mrs. MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY NOTICE TO TRADERS. THE Head Offices of the Company have been re- moved to more commodious and convenient premises situated in Alexandra-road (lately known as Railway-terrace), at the corner of Union-street opposite the Railway Station, where a branch has been opened for receiving and forwarding Parcels traffic by passenger trains, and dealing -with enffuiries respecting the extensionJ £ o £ Tourist Tickets Sales by Auction. FORTHCOMING SALES BY MESSRS. Daniel, Son and Meredith Thursday, January 30th, 1902.—Kimberley House, Barmouth, Household Furniture. Wednesday, February 12th, 1902.-No. 1, Glanaber Villas, Barmoutb, Household Furniture. Wednesday and Thursday, March 12th and 13th.— Hendremynach Hall, Barmouth, Household Furnitute, &c. To be Sold. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1901, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— I Estimated 11 Estimated STATIONS. Weight STATIONS. Weight Tons. Tons. i. L-, .— — j Kerry 3 | Port mad oe 4 Bougbrood 4 Criccieth 6 Talgarth 6 Abererch 4 i I For further particulars, and to treat, apply to C. S. DENNISS Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, December, 1901. Educational. PENCADER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. BOARDING and Day School for Boys and Girls, Additional boarding accontmodation for the exclusive use of girls has been recently provided by the erection of two new houses specially designed for the purpose. This department is under the supervision of the Music Mistress. The diet is unj limited and of the best quality. THIRTY-SEVEN SUCCESSES obtained this year, including the Matriculation of the Universities of London and Wales; College of Preceptors; South Kensington Science and Art Entrance to Theological Colleges of Bangor (Baptist) and Car- diff (Baptist) Queen's Scholarship. Since 1891 a total of 511 SUCCESSES obtained at Public Examinations, including those of 38 Under-graduates of the Universities of London (20), Wales (9), and the Royal University of Ireland (9). Terms and reports on application to the Head Master. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS ■^T J C T 0 R I A (MARINE) T ERR ACE A BERYSTWYT1 SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYD. Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Resident. Governesses. REFERENCES— Thomas Jones, Esq., B. A., H.M. Inspector of Schools Llanelly; The Rev. O. Evans, D.D., King's Cross, London. E. n.' Shorty H.M.' Inspector, AbwystwytK-" Principal Edwards, D.D., Bala Theological College. Principal Roberts, M.A., U.C.W. Principal Prys, M.A., Trevecca College. DrScholle Aberdeen University. Rev T. A Penry, Aberystwyth. Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms &c,, apply PRINCIPAL] LLANDYSSUL COUNTY SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: WILLIAM LEWIS, M.A. CANTAB., WRANGLER, 1890. Assisted by a highly-qualified Staff of 4 Resident and 2 Visiting Teachers. Very numerous Successes, rapidly increasing from year to year, at the Public Examinations in Science and Art, at the Matriculation Examinations of the Universities of Wales and London, and at the various Preliminary Examinations for Banks, Law, Medicine, &c., &c. Commodious new School Buildings, with well- fitted Laooratories, &c., and most healthily situated amidst about 4 acres of grounds of their own, care- fully laid out for all school games. N.B.—Cookery and Laundry work taught by a qualified Mistress. Excellent Accommodation for Boy and Girl Boarders with the Headmaster at a very moderate fee. Tuition fee: £1 per term, or £3 per annum. mmmmm——————i—————————^ WARD and CO.'S ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR Is the Noted. Shop for TOYS And Every Description of FANCY ARTICLES BEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE FOR SMOKERS' REQUISITESI 61 lw GREAT DARKGATE ST& =-' POULTRY-KEEPERS should procure a useful JL Book on Poultry-keeping and Thorley's Almanack for 1902, both of which will be sent on receipt of two penny stamps (to cover postage).— Address Almanack Dept., Joseph Thorley (Ltd.), King's Cross, London, the Proprietors ofllpvum, Thorley's Poultry Spice. Public Notices. CARDIGANSHIRE CONSTABULARY. TENDERS are required for the Supply of New JL POLICE CLOTHING. Forms of Tenders may be obtained at the Chief Constable's Office, Aberystwyth. Tenders must be sent in on or before 1st February, 1902. HOWELL EVANS, Chief Constable's Office, Chief Constable. Aberystwyth, 13th January. 1902. FRIENDLY SOCIETIES ACT, 1896. ADVERTISEMENT OF DISSOLUTION BY INSTRUMENT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Palm Tree Female Benefit Society, Register No. 64, held at Pontrhydfendigaid, Ystradmeurig, R.S.O., in the county of Cardigan, is dissolved by Instrument, registered at this Office, the 8th day of January, 1902, unless within three months from the date of the "Gazette in which this advertisement appears proceedings be commenced by a member or other person interested in or having any claim on the funds of the Society to set aside such dissolution, and the same is set aside accordingly. E. W. BRABROOK, 28, Abingdon Street, Chief Registrar. Westminster, The 8th day of January, 1902. TENDERS. THE Directors of the Aberystwyth Gas Company invite Tenders for about 400 tons of Coke at the New Gas Works. The quantity to be disposed of by March 20th, 1902. Teuders to be sent, addressed to the Chairman, not later than the 23rd inst.—R. J. Jones, Secretary. ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY. NOTICE. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Gov- ernors and Subscribers of the above Institution will be held at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, on Saturday, February 1st, at 11 a.m. BUSINESS. 1. To receive report and balance sheet of last year. 2. To elect President. 3. To elect members on Committee and Auditor. EMIGRATION TO CANADA. Canada offers great inducements to Farmers, Farm Labourers, Young Men desiring to learn Farming, Domestic Servants, and all classes of desirable Emigrants. Free Grants of 160 Acres of Wheat Land. HOW, WHEN, AND WHERE to proceed may be ascertained from the publica- tions of the Canadian Government.—These, to- gether with any information desired as to the Trade and Commerce of the Dominion, may be obtained gratis and post free on application to the Canada Government Office, Western Mail Buildings, Cardiff. Write for particulars. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. CHEAP WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS ARE ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Peter- borough, Derby, Burton-on-Trent, Stafford, Cov- entry, Manchester. Preston, Blackburn, Bolton, Leeds, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Liverpool, Birken- head, Wigan, Warrington, Leicester, Shrewsbury, Bradford, Sheffield, and Northampton, l ,lt.0M Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Bortb, Aberys- twytb, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley,' Harlech, Portmadoc, Penrbyndeudraeth, Criccietb, and Pwllheli. Passengers return on the Monday or Tuesday following issue of tickets. For full particulars as to train times and fares see bills. SIMILAR WEEK-END AND TEN DAYS' TICKETS are also issued from Liverpool, Manches- ter, Stockport, Chester, Crewe, Stafford, Shrews- bury, Bradford, Leeds, Oldham, Huddersfield. Halifax, Rochdale, Wakefield' Blackburn, Chorley, Accrington, Burnley, Bolton, Wigan, Warrington, Preston, Leicester, Derby, Burton, Stoke, Burslem, Hanley, Birkenhead, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Wednesbury, Walsall, Peterboro', Northampton, Hull, Sheffield, Barnsley, &c., &c., to Oswestry, Llanyfnynech, Llanfyllin, Welshpool, Montgomery, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth. Aber- ystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgeiley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Criccietb, and Pwllheli. WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO EDINBURGH & GLASGOW (By the direct route via Whitchurch, Crewe, Preston and Carlisle), Available for return on the following Sunday (where Train Service permits), Monday or Tuesday. For particulars of Fares, &c., see Handbills issued bvnhe Comnanv. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained by Mr W. H. Gough, Traffic Super- intendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, Jan., 1902. "Uklsb Gazctle" PRINTERIES, BRIDGE STREET AND qRAY'S INN ROAD. THE "Ulelsh Gazette" WILL BB FOUNfc 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. BRIDGE ST., ADERISTWTTE. WELSH GAZETTE PRINTERIES Bridge Street. Aberystwvth. FOR ARTISTIC AND COMMERCIAL PRINTING PRINTING of Every Description DRaGE JGT. & Gluy's INN RD I ABERYSTWYTH. I Business Notices. JENKINS, 1 Cagle stores, .¡; -26. 1 Great Darkgate Stre et, Aberystwyth, OUR Home-Cured Hams and Bacon ARE DELICIOUS 1 TEAS. TEAS, TEAS SPECIAL BLENDS AT POPULAR PRICES. THE PERFECTION OF VALUE AND; QUALITY AT as. rata. as. JENKINS^?. i .• HOM E-MADE BREAD. AGENT FOR HOVIS. Cake § Confectionerp Special Terms for Soirees, Tea Parties, &c. EAGLE Re fresbmellts CONVENIENT TEA ROOMS Parties of 100 can be catered for on the Premises. -1 COMMITTEE AND CLUB I ROOMS. JENKINS, taglt stores ABERYSTWYTH T. I 1-1 TP "V 0 Business Notices. The Finest Steel in the world is used in the makeof M. H. DAVIS AND SONS' CELEBRATED C) YMRO RAZORS. PRICE, 3s 6d. EACH. Sharing is a real pleasure with one of these. Sold only by M. H. DAVIS & SONS, Aberystwyth. The Standard of Highest Parity.'—The lancet. J adbury!s eoeoa « DELICIOUS AND UNADULTERATED. NO KOLA, MALT, OR HOPS. SPECIALLY RICH IN FLESH-FORMING AND HEALTH SUSTAINING PRINCIPLES. ABSOLUTELY PURE, THEREFORE BEST. GOLD WEDDING RINGS ESTABLISHED ISIS. Thick and Heavy, Latest Pattern "V\^ Great Variety, Largest Stock in ( 21/- Also Keepers of every description Bakers & Confectioners, Sizes sent free on application- 19 & 21, NORTH PARADE, A. M.Webb, ABEBYSTWYTH. 1 CARDIGAN. 22 ct. gold-35j- REFRESHMENTS as usual. IMMENSE SUCCESS. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly COLEIAN S QUININE WINE recommended S' c OLEMAN'S QUININE WINErecommended HOWELL JONES' by the COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical — « COL*MANS QUININE W.NB = Vlj ft/tlfftA QOLEMAN'S QUININE ^flNE V | >IV I I 11 V COLEMAN S QUINIXE WINE is a FjzVl TONIC and a SPLENDID PICK-ME- VP. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOR Highly COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE recommended ^JOLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Neuralgia, Toothache, and all £ JOLEMAN'S QUININE WINE 7 Pains in the Head, arising ^OLEMAJTS QU?NINB WINE either from disordered state of QOLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Stomach or Weakness of the Cures neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous disorders. NerVeS. Improves the appetite and strengthens the system. COLEMANS QUININE WINE Highly COLEMANS QUININE WINE recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the BOTTLES, Is. Rd., 2s., and 3s. 6d. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical COLEMANS QUININE WINE Profession COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE PREPARED ONLY BY MEDICAL MEN ARK STRONGLY RECOMMENDING Sold by all Grocers and Chemists. Wholesale Agents—EDWARDS & SON, 147, T17T T-I/>T*rAfT Tr\r»*>C A PQ QUEEN VICTORIA ST., LONDON. 1V1# ilUWCU JOIlCbj XX^JT .O* Proprietors—J. CHAPMAN and CO., Limited, NORWICH and LONDON. Samples bottles sent free on receipt of 3d f or Postage CHEIIST. TOWYN Sold by- J. JAMES & Co., rocer, Terrace-road, ABER- YSTWYTH J. MATHIAS & Co., Bridge-st., ABERYSTWYTH A. NOYES West End Stores. ABERYSTWYTH I STEPHEN VAUGHAN DAV S,911 I Z^IORN fT'LOUR, AND T>ROVISION ERCHANT, ° F LAMPETER. THE Finest Te Man Brith that can be procured for Is. 4d. per lb. Sole Proprietor of the Tea Brith Stephen Is. lOd. with its marvellous, flavour and Superb Quality, has sprung with a bouad into tbe ghest in public flavour. ELLIS'PA TENT WIT COMBINED OIL CAN & FEEDER M H "THE CELTIC." (r\ DA VID ELLIS & SONS, 1 t-I WM IRONMONGERS, fif M III 6, CHALYBEATE STREET, J jjl ABERYSTWYTH. | M CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. 1, LONDON PANTOMIMES, Tussaud's Exhibition, Baker Street. Royal Aquarium, St. James* Park. On MONDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1902, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS Will be issued to LONDON Third Class Fares for the double journey. From Time of 2 days 5 days 8 days starting, tickets. tickets. tickets Aberystwyth.12 30 Bow Street .12 401 "f Oo Llanfihan gel 12 45 Borth .12 50 Olo "Ynyslas .12 55; X i &OU Glandovey 1 7 ) 1 1 g Machynlleth. 135 5 AAo Passengers return from London (Euston) as j under:— Two Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22nd. Five Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Sat- urday, January 25th. Eight Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Monday, January 27th. Passengers for Ynyslas and Llanfihangel, re- turning by the 9-45 p.m. ex Euston, must alight at Bortb. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained from Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. .,C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager Oswestry January, 1902. 1 COME TO THE WELSH INDUSTRIESDEPO T MARKET ST., ABERYSTWYTH. J. MORRIS, PENLLWYN, For the best quality of REAL WELSH FLANNEL AND SHIRTINGS BLANCEDI A BRETHYNAU CARTREF, DRESS MATERIALS, SKIRTS, AND SHAWLS, HOSANAU GWLAN 0 BOB MATH, GREEN WELSH POTTERY, I Open only on Mondays and Saturdays during Winter from 12 till 6 p.m — CYNHELIR j Eisteddfod I or Fa wreddoa MEWN PABELL EANG, YN GOGI-IVAN, DYDD GWENER Y GROGLITH, 1902, Prif Ddarn-" Kid i ni, 0 Arglwydd" (RHEDYNOG PRICE). Gwobr, £ 6, a Medal i'r Arweinydd. Ceir yjmanylion yr wythnos nesaf. Business Notices ■ 1 MEDDYGINIAETHAU ANFFAELEDIG. TIC AND NEURALGIA MIXTURE. TRY JONES' BeadaciK I Powders, Which rarely fails to give relief, and banish all paift. L i A BLIjpSING TO SUFFERING j, mpiANinr. One trial will convince the most sceptical. Price Sixpence per Box. PREPARED ONLY BY Cbomas Jons, Cbtmist, Druggist and Dentist, POST OFFICE. TREGARON. MILK BUSINESSES. Rattray & Jenkins Just to hand. 150 MOST GENUINE BUSINESSES, from 8 to 100 Barns. More experience in the Dairy Trade than any otker Dairy Agents. Those from North and South Wales, please write or call. RATTRAY & JENKINS. 1, AMNER ROAD, LROOMWOOD ROAD, CLAPHAM JUNCTION, LONDON. t No More Draughty Doors. W. H. JONES, IRONMONGER, 36. LITTLE DARKGATE ST., Has a New kind of Dmugbl-Excluder. j- 4J '°, The Neatest and Itlade. Call; and see my White Enamelled Pudding Basins. Everlasting Ware. PUBLIC NOTICE. D. M. HAMER, Proprietor of the Don Toilet Saloon, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET. WISHES to inform the residents generally and TV the present patrons that he has taken over the above Business (lately owned by 31r. W. H. Jones), and trusts your kind support will be con- tinued. First-class experienced men only employed, 'so that customers will be attended to with despatch. NOTE THE ADDEESS THE DON' TOILET SALOON 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite New Market Hall), ABERYSTWYTH. WINTER KIN CREAM. For the Hands & Complexion. This preparation is unequalled for softening and beautifying the skin, and defending it from the influence of summer's sun and winter's wind. DIRECTIONS.—A little to be applied to the skin and rubbed in until quite dry. The most delicate needlework may be undertaken without washing the hands after using it. NEITHER STICKY NOR GREASY. REMOVES AND PREVENTS CHAPPED HANDS, SUNBURN, FRECKLES, &c. Pnet ód. 1 S.' per Bottle. TESTIMONIAL. 21, Feversham Crescent, York, 4 November, 1901. Dear Sir,—Mrs. Hollins wishes me to get her another bottle of your Winter Cream," similar to what I got from you last winter. She suffers a great deal with chappe 1 bands, and wishes me to tell you that she hat never used anything before that she likes so much. Please there- fore send one of your largest bottles, and let me know how much it will be and you shall have stamps to balance. Yours sincerely, J. W. HOLLINS." PREPARED OKLY BY John P. Thomas, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical < £ Dispensing Chemist, 20, GREAT DARKGATE ST.. AND 60, TERRACE RD., ABERYSTWYTH.