LEADING ARTICLES The Harvest of 1902. Aberystwyth Fire Brigade Notes and Comments.
Wanted. == WANTED Situation as Groom Coachman, single W man, aged 34, drive douple and siogle; good reference, ditmppgexi, useful.—Apply, C.E,, Glan- eirw, Cardigan. j22r WANTED a good General Servant in a small W family at Aberystwyth.—Apply, Mrs R., Office of this paper. WANTED, at once, single handed "Boots."— Apply, stating age, wages, references, Evans, Boysl Edinburgh Hotel, Pembroke Dock. j2b GROCER'S HAULIER.—Strong Youth (18) wanted, AA attend horses and deliver; state wages.— Jerbjine, Tredegar. j20r I WANTED, Good General Servant; permanency for suitable girl.—Apply, stating wages re- quired, Martin, Grosvenor House, Llandrindod Wells. d26r WANTED, in Solicitor's Office, General Clerk with knowledge of Union, District Council and School Board Accounts, slight supervision, Short- hand, Welsh, teetotaller.—Apply, stating age and salary required, to "Legal," "Welsh Gazette" Office, Aberystwyth. dl8b GAME, Fowl and Rabbits.—Wanted, a weekly supply, either on commission or on charge; guarantee clean home 10s 6d per dozen for full- grown trap rabbits, and 9s 6d for shots.—Apply to Thomas and White, Game, Fowl, and Rabbit Sales- men, 18, Swinton-street, King's Cross-road, London, W.C. d30b ANTED one or two Dairies of well cooled W MILK. Dailies or Week-Ends. Good irefer- ence; bank, &c. Prompt payments.—Apply O. Thomas, 134, Westminster-road, Liverpool. WA..VfED.-Meyrick'S Cardiganshire," perfect W copy, original boards, uncut; state price.— X.Y.Z., Office, "Welsh Gazette." MILK.-Dairy of refrigerated Milk Wanted twice daily (20 to 40 gallons), also cask of Butter weekly.—Apply Jubilee Dairy, St Helen's Avenue, Swansea. WANTED.—Twelve Good Miners. Contract work. Apply, Manager, New Castell Mines, Pont- erwyd, Aberystwyth. tc WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, and Kitchenmaids.— Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberyst- wytb. Enclose stamps for reply. TVRAPERY (Wholesale).—Wanted Young Men as 1 9 Assistants. Good references.—Apply, Morgan Jenkins, 40-43, Waterloo-street, Swansea. WAR MEDALS wanted, dated 1848, or earlier; also last Artie, Red River, Fenian Raid, Fir- ket, Atbara, Matabele, Mashona, Rhodesia, etc., P,2 each given.—Major Tombs, Droitwich. WANTED.—A good Steady Man for Kitchen, Garden and Farm work. To live in.—Apply, stating age and wages required, John Bevan, King Arthur, Reynoldston, Near Swansea. & — A-NTED-General Smith and Improver.—Apply W stating experience, to D. Jones & Sons, Agri- cultural Implement Makers, Lion Bettws, Newcastle Emlyn, South Wales. j6b VACANCY at Bridgend Foundry, Cardigan; few reliable and experienced hands for coach- tjuilding department; permanency suitable men.- Apply Manager. j30b /ROGERS.—Wanted, 2 Junior Welsh Assistants for branch shops; early promotion for ener- getic young men; good references indispensable.— Apply, stating wages required and full particulars to William Pegler, Pontypool. j'2r WANTED—Books (printed before 1700) on Vir- ginia, Newfoundland, New York, New Eng- land: Vicar of Wakefield, 1760-iBurns's Poems, 1786; old tragedies, comedies, masques; 3 vol. novels before 1820.—Arthur Powell, Cockett, Swan- sea. j30 DAIRY Produce, Poultry and Hog Products.— JL-1' Bernard, Fisher & Co., of 21, St. John Street, Smithfield Markets, London, E.G., solicit corres- pondence respecting the same. Best prices given for best goods. TO SHOPKEEPERS wanting to retail MACKIN- TOSH'S TOFFEE.—This TOFFEE is largely adver- tised and the demand is growing and increasing. If you have difficulty in getting supplies, write direct to our manufactory, and we will make the necessary arrangements with the Wholesalers in your district for a regular supply. If you wish to do more trade, don t neglect to stock this line—it will give satisfac- to your customers and bring them again. Adaress. J0HN MACKINTOSH, Ltd., Toffee Mills, #ahfax, Yorks. CELLAN SCHOOL BOARD. [' WANTED, an Assistant Mistress. Applications, stating qualifications, experience, and salary fequtred, together with testimonials, to be sent, to l m on or before the 27th instant. r E. J. DAVIES, Clerk, Nr. Lampeter. dl8b I- For Sale. LAMPETER. Tr°R SALE, or to let as dwelling house or shop, hvln* °use in Bridge-street.—Apply Professor ^al^er, St. David's College. d27r T^IcK CLOTHS, RICK CLOTHS.—Large Stock, nv et sizHkat our works sent carriage paid to pa 0n- Temples and list post free from makers. & Co., Bedminster, Bristol. Telegrams Bristol. (Bargain)—Double Breech-loader, latest im- 1g, pfovements, quite new, thorough sound, Mft i central fire, top lever, finest steel barrels, atoct bar action rebounding locks, pistol grip- -n J '^tension rib, automatic fore-end, well finished I* ^ely-balanced, splendid killer; approval; 42s. "erts, 1, "Tudor-street, Merthyr. d30r WEDDIXG CARDS printed in the Newest Designs short notice at the "Welsh Gazette," 0«>ce, Aberystwyth. TT0* sALE._Hearson's 50 Egg Incubator and &nnlT- ^-er mother; perfect order. Price £ 6.— PP y> Miss Edwardes, Hook, Treffgarne. pLO\VERs _Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale He A n r.1 e Planfcs on Hire for Decoration.—Apply QueerJ^ Hotel Gardens, T° TiBVILDERS. — Billheads, Memorandums, Circulars and Cards, Time Sheets, prinHnn? Books, and every kind of Commercial Aberysfwyth16 VVelsh Gazette" 0ffice' Bridge-st., "W^A^TKD—Ari&xpcrienced servant girl for farm «?aees nfF^r J at a flfentr}- Rectory a good place ADDIV » peFannum for the first six months, ystwyth. ^ector," WELSH GAZETTE Office, Aber- tc PL*r?JS •F0R SALE.—German Stocks, Asters, ^«ani-v!inias' Nicotino (Tobacco Plant), Summer pPr Is. dozen, Carnation Is. 6d. per r r P Sniutn doubles 3s. dozen, Dahlias 2s. dozen fre • • nort, Ynyslas Gardens, Borth, R.S.O. BU — £ ollecti°ns of 200 Bulbs for spring Aow- ls-}00. free by post; Wreaths, Crosses, aua Bouquets, from 5g each. Palms> Ferns, Roses. FrU =- immLrerennials» and Cut Flowers at lowest CaraTartifen despatch-—William Lickley, Seeds- ^lS?i«me??' £ u°d' Ling, Haddocks, Plaice, 10a. -Ij Fmnej s, 3s box • Kippers, Bloaters, 2s. 6d. box; T 1 fish> 2s. 6d. Headless Haddocks, §»rag«, 7<f 81"; salt Cod, 2s. per st.; Fresh ^erring*, 3s- 6d" Per 100. -Lacy and Son, Fish Docks, • ^msby- STLF-PLAY ING ATARRIC&N ORGAN, solid quarter, sawed Oak Case Thig Q can be played piratically or the k bfeoard would suit a worship wh^re an organist is not available. 11 >nds of tunes can be had This Organ has Stoos four se^ ° Reeds. specification-Bass S^P^fincipa1, Diapason, Dulcet, Bass Coupler, n Port0 i Treble Stops—Melodia, Echo Horn, I'SSiX* ^ble Coupler; Motor and Re Roll, and } j^Sweii. and organ onhr £ 25, worth double. WON, 87 027T _LU—— tf! For Sale. .Ç"! PRIME CLOVER and Rye Grass Hor 80s per JL ton. Prime Meadow Hay 75s. per ton, trussed, delivered on rail, Ruthin; Wbeai Straw in battens 56s per ton; Oats and Barley Straw 45s per ton; Prime quality Garton abundance Seed; Wheat straw, £3 per ton on rail Flint anl Denbigh stations; Oats at 7s 6d per 105; Buron Prize Malting Barley Seed; also Chevelier Baley Seed. Samples and prices on application.- Apply, HUGHES, CHE STORES, Ruthin. To Let. TO BE LET, with immediate possession Gwen-y- don, Cliff-terrace, Aberystwyth. — llpply to Roberst & Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. t.c. TO LET, with occupation at Lady D,y, 1903, compact Woollen Factory with dwellng-house and three acres of land attached. Good waer wheel and excellent water supply. Situate at Llaifihangel Rhydithon, near Dolau, Radnorshire. For particu- lars apply to the present occupier, Mr. H Wozen- croft, or to Mr. W. R. Hanson, Rawstfi-street, Halifax, Yorks. TO LET—Lisburne Arms, Aberystwyth. Posses- sion may be bad November 12th.—,pply to David Roberts & Sons, Ltd., Brewers, Aberytwyth. TO LET, with immediate possession, "Baic and Llainfwlbert Smithy, with land, also 'englan- wen-fach House'—Apply, Penglanwen-fawr,)r Ellis, High-street, Lampeter. b HOUSE FURNISHED.—TO be let for shor or long period. Centrally and conveniently siuated— close to rail and sea all conveniences. Apjly A.B., c.o. Jenkins, Stationer, Aberystwyth. tc ABERDOVEY. TO LET.—Unfurnished Double-frontec Villa, standing in own grounds; most p?asantly situated in .charming position, S.W., aspect over- looking Dovey Estuary and Cardigan Bay. 5 enter- taining, 4 bedrooms, 2 attics, kitchen, sculleY, bath (h and c), w.c., and usual offices, perfect sJiitation and water, lawn, &c.-Apply Morgan, janthus, Aberdovey. TO LET.—Immediate possession, No. 5, Custom House-street.—Apply at No. 17, Que<3s-road, Aberystwyth. LAMPETER. HOUSE TO LET.— All that fine dwellinphouse, known as Werndriw Lodge, situate- in the best part of the town, containing on the grood floor 2 sitting rooms, kitchen, back-kitchen and paltry, 10 bedrooms, good garden, and out-buildings. Aunique advantage to those persons who have sons <esirous of entering St. David's College, or the College School.—Apply Mr. D. R. Jones, Llwyngroes^Llany- byther. Public Notices. BOARD SCHOOL. CROSS INN (LLANO}). A MEETING In connection with the Agricultural Co-operaaon Movement Will be held at the above place crt FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th, 190, At 6 p.m. Mil. BRIGSTOCKE And others will be present. NOTICE. SATURDAY EARLY CLOSING ON and AFTER the 7th FEBRUARY NEXr the BANKS of Aberystwyth will CLOSy at.; 12 O'CLOCK NOON on Saturdays. '5b 12 O'CLOCK NOON on Saturdays. 5b BREEDER'S CARD. GEORGE E7 BLACKWA JL Wervillebrooke Stud Farm, RHYDLEWIS, R.S.O., LLANDYSSUL, CARDIGANSHIRE Breeder of Pedigree Hackneys, Combining Lord Derby and Danegelt Strait- ON SALE—Stallions, Mares and Geldings, sui-able for Show Ring or Park Several Welsh Moultain Pony Brood Mares on hand.—For pedigrees and particulars apply-Stud Groom, WrervillebrookeStud Farm, as above. WELSH PONY AND COB SOCIETY. THE INSPECTION JUDGES — Messrs. Jmkin Jenkins, Blaenplwyf; Hugh Willfrms, Derigaron David Evans, Llwyncadfor; Georfe E. Blackwall. Wervillebrook; Samuel Davies, Coedjark; and Daniel 1. Rees, auctioneer, Velindre will inspect by arrangement any day at home and at Aberystwyth, Market Days, Lion Hotel. Cardigan, do. Angel Hotel. Lampeter, do^ Royal Oak Hotel- Llandyssul, do. Wilkes' Head Eotel. Newcastle Emlyn, do. Emlyn Arms Bltel. Talybont, date not fixed, Black Lion Hote- Farmers, do. Entries for the second volume close on th< 3rd January next. Sir MARTEINE LLOYD, Bart., ) MemPers JENKIN JENKINS, > of ;he D. LLOYD LEWIS, J Comcil. Truscott, Griffiths,& Cc).t AUCTIONEERS, ")airy Agents & Valuers, 11, BOND COURT. WALBROOK, LONDON, E.C. Close to Mansion House WELSH ..r- I INDUSTRIES DEPOT MARKET ST., ABERYSTWYTjl, WELSH WOOLLEN GOODS, X MORRIS, WOOLLEN MANUFACTURER. WELSH POTTERY. Open MONDAYS and THURSDAYS only during winter. A FREE REMEDY TO ALL.—A late Sufferer trom Nervous Disorders, Despondency, &c., will be pleased to forward particulars of simple Self-treat 4melat to allSufferers, on receipt of stamped addressed onvelope. Cure is certain. -Addr*ss < W. H. BROWN,- Esq., 14, Che'sham Road, Brighton, Sussex. (Name this paper). L Public Notices. E. Ml; R. CARDIGANSHIRE EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS, 1903. NOTICE General IS QuHaErtReEr &st essGioInVs EoN f tthhe at Pea acCe ofuorr t thoef County of Cardigan "Will he held and kept at the Town Hall, Lampeter, on Thursday, the 8th day of January, 1903, at Ele^ga o'clock in the forenoon, at which hour the namtsof the Grand Jurors will be called over. The Court will then pjoceed with the business in the following order :-a) County business; (2) Trial of Prisoners; (3) Hearing of Appeals. And on the day and on the hour atbye mentioned all the Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer to their names, and the Magistrates of the County are requested to cause all depositions relating to cases sent for trial at thtfe Sessions to be transmit- ted to the Deputy Clerk <f the Peace on or before the 31st day of December isatant, and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken. F, H. ROBERTS, Aberystwyth, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. 23rd December, 19C't. Rural District Council of Aberystwyth. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HJpEJt GIVEN that a copy of the Accounts dw ^i»de up and balanced, together with all Account ants* Deeds, Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers, and Receifts mentioned or referred to in such accounts of thi above-named Rural District Council, will on the 2ith day of December, 1902, be depositod in the £ ?fic« of the said Rural District Council, and wilf"e open between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.i to the inspection of all persons interested until tJ 1st day of January, 1903; and that Hugh R. Wi ams, Esq., the District Auditor, will attend on th 1st day of January, 1903, at the hour of 9 in the fdnoon, at the Board Room, Union Workhouse, Aberywyth, to audit the accounts for the Half-year endl at 30th September, 1902, of the said Rural DistricCouncil. Dated the 17th y of December, 1902, HUGH HUGHES, Clerk to the said Council. Rural Dstrict Council of 'regaron. NOTICE IS II^EBY GIVEN that a copy of the accounts, dy made up and balanced, together with all accountfbooks, deeds, contracts, vouchers, and receipts men)ned or referred to in such accounts of the above nand Rural District Council will, on the 20th day of jcember, 1902, be deposited in the Office of the said^ouncil and will be open between the hours of 10 af 4 to the inspection of all persons interested until e, 29th day of December, 1902; and that Hugh R. Wlams, Esq., the District Auditor, will attend on Ie 29th day of December, 1902, at the hour of 4 ilthe afternoon, at the Board Room, Union Workhous at Tregaron, to audit the accounts for the half yeai-nded 30th day of September, 1902, of the said RuraPistrict Council. Dated this lltday of December, 1902, J. LLOYD, Clerk to the Council. School Board Accounts. I THE UNDESIGNED, hereby give Notice, that q the AUDlS of the Accounts of the under- mentioned Schd Boards for the year as the case may be, ended 9th September last, will severally commence at he respective places and at the respe ctive timespecified below. ^77^ Place at Time appointed Name of Sclol whfch AudU for Audit. Board. will be held. -Date. Hour. Date. Hour. 1903. Aberystwyth Jan. 1st 2 p.m. Llanychaiarn „ 4 p. m. Cwmrheidol 2nd 10 a.m. Llanfihangel-y. 11 a.m. Creuddyn uper Cyfoeth-y-Breni Roard Room, 12 noon. Trefeirig Union 2 p.m. Caelan-y-Maes- }■ Workhous^ „ 3 p.m. m*'r Ab^ryww'yth Llanbadarn paf t 4 p.m. Llancyufelin 3rd 10 a.m. Melindwr 11 a.m. Llanfihangel-y- ,,12 noon. Crellddyn Uer Llanrliystyd J 2 p.m. Dated the 16t day of December, 1902. (Signed) HUGlI R. WILLIAMS, District Auditor of the South Wales Audit District. University College 0f South Wales and Mcimouthshire, Cardiff. o^flOOL Ol" MEDICINE. ALL Cl sseS are open to both Men and Women ist'1 ntswho may spend three out of their five years cf liesl Study at this College. Sper ourses are held in preparation for the exami is for a diploma in Public Health, and also fc itary Inspector, Info- )n regardingT'^es, and a Prospectus of the School ot ;dicine, may be obtained on application to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. Llyfrau! Llyfrau I \M DYNiOR BYR RHODDIR GwertL Deg Swllt o Lyfrau am Jn Swllt yn unig qAN Wiliam Jenkins, ^3 GOOAT JJARKGATE STREET A BEIRVSTWYTH. By post, Is. 63. Sypyn I Lyfrau Amfywioi at wasanaeth Bacs of Hope, Cyfarfodydd Plant, TN CYNWYS Holwvdoregau# badleuon, Adroddiadau. Pris, 6d.; gyda'r post, 8d. Y ddau sypyn gyda'u gilydd, 2s. V. 1 rYPEWBITING. TESTMONIALS, &c., NEATLY TYPE- WRITTEN AT Tc Typewriting Office, BAKIJR STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Ill f ,"Sales by Auction. ■ By order of the Morgagees. BARMOUTH, NORTH WALES. HIGHLY-IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE AND ATTRACTIVE FREEROLD HOUSE PROPERTIES. MSSSRS Daniel, Son, and Meredith, have heen instructed to Sell by Auction, at the Masonic Hall, Barmouth, On Tuesday, January 13th. 1903, at 2-30 p.m., in such lots as may be determined upon at the Sale, the valuable Freehold Dwelling Houses and Premises known as ABERAMFFRA TERRACE, viz.. the Dwelling House and Premises known as IORIS VIEW, being No. 1, Aberamffra-terrace, together with the garden belonging thereof; the Dwelling House and Premises, being No. 2, Aberamffra-terrace; the Dwelling House and Premises known as The Haven," being (J. 3, Aberamffra-terrace, with the garden and arbour belonging thereto. The property altogether contains an area of about 3,000 square yards and commands magnificent views of the Estuary, Bay, and Quier Idris Range. Plan, particulars, and conditions of Sale may be obtained of E. Blakey, Esq., Surveyor, Barmouth the Auctioneers, Aberystwyth, Towyn, and Barmouth, and of Messrs Langley and Tweed, Solicitors, 14, Silver-street, Lincoln. RHYDYGOFAINT, LLANARTH, 2 Miles from Aberayron. Messrs Thomas Evans & Son Are instructed to Sell by Public Auction On SATURDAY, loth, JANUARY. 1903, All the CROPS OF CORN, HAY, LIVE STOCK, Viz :—2 Ricks of Hay, 6 Stacks of Corn, 10 Cows, 1 Yearling, 3 Mares, Farnjing Implements, Household Furniture, kc. (projxvijr' of the late Evan Davies, deceased). Credit on conditions. Sale at 11 sharp. Cefncwrt, Llangranog, Dec. 29th, 1902. j8b CAMBRIAN; RAILWAYS. Christmas and New Year Holidays. t CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO SCOTLAND. On Wednesday, Dec, 24th and 31st, Excursion tickets will be issued for 4 and 7 days to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Greenock, Ballock, ete.. and for 16 days to Edinburgh and Glasgow. EXCURSION Td SOUTH WALES. On Saturday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Dec. 20th, 23rd and 24tli, Excursion Tickets will be issued to Newport (Mon.), Cardiff, Swansea, Merthyr, etc., available for return up jto and including Dec. 27th, except Sunday, Dec. 21st and Christmas Day, Dec. 25th. The usual Week-end; Tickets, will be issued on Fridays December 19tA and 26th and Saturdays December 20th and 27wi to Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Wolverlffcmpton, Leeds, Bradford, Sheffield, etc. f EXCURSIONS TO LONDON. On Satnrday, Dec. 27th, and Thursday, Jan. 1st, Excursion Tickets will be issued to London for 2, 4 5 and 8 days.. 1 EISTEDDFOD MBIRION, DOLGELLEY, JANiAny 1st, 1903. ¡. Cheap Day Excursion Tickets will be issued Ito Dolgelley from Pwllh«li, Barmouth, Penmaenpool, Aberystwyth, Corrir. emmes Road, Machynlleth, and intermediate stat. hD For full particulars as to Train Times, Fares, etc., see handbills issued by the Company. All information regarding Tourist ancl Excursion Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained on application to Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Oswestry. Secretary and General Manager. Dec., 1902. Cambrian Railways. MARKET TICKET ARRANGEMENTS. The issue of Market Tickets between certain stations on the Cambrian Railways is continued until further notice, and such tickets are now available to return by any ordinary train on date of issue (the 6-25 p.m. Mail from Aberystwyth excepted). Full particulars of Train Times, Fares, etc., are exhibited at all Cambrian Stations. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, Nov., 1902. W. Miall Jones, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, 33, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. FOR SHEEP DIPS, CATTLE DRENCHES, OIL, EMBROCATION. LAMB TEATS, MILKING TUBES.mtANGULAR NEEDLES. SYRINGES, &c.. &c. THOMAS & JONES (Formerly Wm. Thomas), GENERAL MERCHANTS, ABERYSTWYTH. THOMAS & JONES, COAL AND LIME MERCHANTS, • ABERYSTWYTH. BEST COAL AND LIME ALWAYS IN STOCK. BRICKS, PIPES, SLATES AND CEMENT. ? J-0. op CARDIGANSHIRE CARRIAGE W.ORKS J. G. WILLIAMS, PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDER, SMITHFIELD ROAD, Near Railwav Station) ABERYSTWYTH NEW CARRIAGES of own manufacture on hand, of Best Material and Finest Work- manship throughout. Rubber Tyres fitted to all Vehicles if I required. J. G. WILLIAMS invites inspection of works, which is the largest and best-equipped in the county. PRIVATE ADDRESS—13, BAKER STREET. ? ) Public Notices. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. Passenger Train Alterations for December. 1902. With the following exceptions, there will be no Alterations in the running of this Company's Trains for December, and the Time Tables dated 1st October, 1902, will therefore continue in force until further notice. ON CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER 25TH, the Train Service will be as under:— MAIN LINE. A.M. A.:Mt Whitchurch dep. 2-25 Montgomery dep. 4-26 Fenn's Bank a Abermule a Bettisfield a Newtown „ 4-43 Welshampton a Moat Lane 4-57 Ellesmere 2-55 Caersws 4-59 Frankton oo." a Pontdolgoch a Whittington a Carno 5-11 Oswestry arr. 3-15 Llanbrynmair 5-20 dep. 3-25 Cemmes Road 5-29 Llynclys oo." a Machynlleth. „ 5-42 Lianymynech. a Glandovey „ 5-50 Four Crosses „ a Ynyslas a Pool Quay a Borth „ 6-3 Buttington oo. a Llanfihangel a Welshpool arr. 3-35 Bow Street 6-11 dep. 4-15 Aberystwyth. arr. 6-20 Forden „ a The 3-20 a.m. train from Shrewsbury, due at Welshpool at 4 a.m., will run as on Week-days. The 6-25 p.m. Aberystwyth to Oswestry, will run at the usual Sunday times. MOAT LANE TO BRECON. A.M. A.M, Moat Lane Junct. dep 5-5 Builth Road dep. 6-29 Llandinam a [ Builth Wells 6-35 Dolwen a Aberedw a Llanidloes arr. 5-25 Erwood 6-53 dep 5-27 Broughrood „ 7-2 dep 5-27 Broughrood 7-2 Tylwch 5-35 I Three Cocks arr. 7-7 Pantydwr ,,5-45 dep 7-9 St. Harmons a Talgarth oo. 7-14 Rhayader arr. 6-0 I Trefeinon a dep 6-2 Talyllyn arr. 7-27 Doldowlod 6-9 dep 7-35 Newbridge-on-Wye 6-18 Brecon arr. 7-45 The 5-20 p.m. Brecon to Moat Lane, will run at the usual Sunday times. MACHYNLLETH AND BARMOUTH. A.M. I A.M. Machynlleth dep. 5-55 | Llwyngwril dep. 6-35 Aberdovey 6-15 Fairbourne a Towyn 6-23 I Barmouth Junct. 6-46 1 Barmouth arr. 6-50 The 5-55 p.m. Barmouth to Machynlleth, will run at the usual Sunday times. PWLLHELI AND DOLGELLEY. The following Trains will run at the usual Sunday times:— 8-49 a.m. Afon Wen to Pwllheli. 9-0 a.m. Pwllheli to Dolgelley. 4-25 p.m. Dolgelley to Pwllheli. 6-40 p.m. Pwllheli to Afon Wen. ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 26TH, the 8-45 p.m. Train from Whitchurch to Oswestry, will run at altered times as under:— A.M. Whitchurch dep. 9-55 Fenns Bank 10-2 Bettisfield 10-9 Fenns Bank 10-2 Bettisfield 10-9 Welshampton 10-14 I Ellesmere „ 10-22 Frankton „ 10-97 Whittington 10-35 I' Oswestry arr. 10-40 This Train will run in connection with the 9-15 p.m. L. & N.W. Train from Crewe, due Whitchurch 9-48 p.m. aStops to set down on informing the Guard at the preceding stopping Station, and to pick up passengers when signalled to do so. C. S. DENNISS, Oswestry, Secretary and General Manager. November 1902. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1902 (except where otherwise stated), standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respestive quantities, more or less. also undermentioned, viz :— STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weight. Estimated Estimated Tons. Tons. Fenn's Bank 11 Doldowlod 6i Bettisfield 6 Builth Wells 6 Ellesmere, No. 1 12 Aberedw 4,1 Overton-on-Dee 10 Broughrood 10 Bangor-oh-Dee 11 Talgarbh 13 Marchwiel 9 Llanbrynmair 4 Llynclys 5 Glandovey, No. 1 4 Lianymynech Glandovey, No. 2 7 (1901) 6 Ynyslas 6 Borth 5 Llansaintftraid 5 £ Bow Street 6 Llanfyllin 5 Aberdovey 3 Pool Quay 85 !Barmouth 6 Welshpool 64 Junction Montgomery 64 Harlech 8 Abermule 5 Talsarnau 7 Criccieth 9 Newtown 6 Abererch 5 Llanidloes 10 Tylwch 2 St. Harmon's 3 Llanidloes 10 Tylwch 2 St. Harmon's 3 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, November, 1902. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. 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 the Company's Tourist Programme. 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, Oct., 1902. SEND YOUR Advertisements TO THE WELSH rrrinT—n GAZETTE Excellent Medium FOR m- Announcements of Sales AND I Public Notices of all kinds. 1". Business Notices. 'C'° JAMES'S f f! A London and 0 0 Provincial Stores, 32 AND 34, TERRACE ROAD. CHRISTMAS, 1902. Messrs. John James & Co. BEG TO OFFER A CHOLCE SELLECTION OF CHRISTMAS FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES FOR THE CHRISTMAS SEASON. Valencia Raisins, 5d. and 6d. per lb. Cwrrants, 2d., 3d., 4d., and 5d. per lb. 2 Sultanas, 6d. and 7d. per lb. Figs in Boxes, Is., Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. French Plums in Bottles. Prunes, 6d. per lb. Museatells, Is. 2d. and Is 4d. per lb. Metz Fruit, 5d., lOfd., and Is. 9d. per box. 2 2 Also Mince Meat in 1 and 21b Jars. J NEW CANDIED PEEL, LEMON OR ORANGE, Specially Selected Finest New Citron. BEST QUALITY OF CHOCOLATES. isuiitiep 4 pitimer and Peek freatt's CAKES & BISCUITS IN FANCY TINS AGENTS FOR W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS. Castle L" Spey Royal," 10 year old blend, choicest procurable, 4s. per bottle; Castle Glenspey Glenlivet," Special Scotch, pure—unblended—bottled in Bond, 3s. 6d. per bottle; John Johnson's Special Irish, 6 year old, bottled in Bond, 3s. 6d. per bottle; Hennessey and Martell's Brandy 1, 2, and 3 stars. Also Cheap Brandies for Domestic Purposes, 2s. per bottle and upwards. Champagnes of the Principal Shippers: Moet and Chandon, White Dry Sllery IN G. H. Mumm s Dry Perrier Jouet Dry Creaming. v, AND Pommery and Greno M PINTS. Giesler No better guarantee of the quality and value of W. & A. GILBEY'S Wines and Spirits can be given than the fact that about every FOURTEENTH Bcttle of WINE and THIRTY-NINTH BOTTLE of SPIRITS consumed in the United Kingdom is'supplied from W. & A. GILBEY'S Stock. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS FOR BASS & C)o. s CELEBRATED BURTON ALES v*- AND STOUTS, Supplied in 9 and 18 gallon casks to private families and the trade. BASS'S PALE ALE in Imperial Pint Bottles at 4s. per dozen; Imperial Half-Pint Bottles at 2s. 6d. per dozen; BASS'S SPECIAL BOTTLING STOUT in Imperial Pint Bottles at 4s. per dozen; Imperial Half-Pint Bottles at 2s. 6d. per dozen; all in splendid condition. Special Attention is called to BA SS^S LIGHT DINNER ALE in Imperial Pint Bottle at 2s■ 6d. per dozen. This Ale combines the light and sparkling character of the German beers with the fine flavour and aroma of British ale, and is in excellent condition. PROPRIETORS- JOHN JAMES & Co. ABE RYSTWYTHI,
THIS PA)=ER a IS ON SALE IN LONDON AT Messrs. Everett's, Salisbury Square, E.C. 11