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0 THIS PAPER IS ON SALE IN LONDON AT Messrs. Everett's, Salisbury Square, E.C.
Wanted. "VSTANTED for Clynfiew Mansion Under Dairy » » Maid.—Apply, huwell, Clynfiew, Boncath, R.S.O., Pembrokeshire. WANTED-An Apprentice or Improver to the TT Grocery trade.—Apply, David Bros., Bridge- end. j22r WANTED—Situation as Groom Coachman, single man, aged 34, drive douple and siogle good reference, disengaged, useful.—Apply, C.E,, Glan- eirw, Cardigan. j22r ~VCrANTED a good General Servant in a small ▼ ▼ family at Aberystwyth.—Apply, Mrs R., Office of this paper. f 1 ROGER'S HAULIER.-Strong Youth (18) wanted, VJT attend horses and deliver; state wages.— Jerminp, Tredegar. j20r WANTED one or two Dairies of well cooled MILK. Dailies or Week-Ends. Good refer- ence; bank, &c. Prompt payments.—Apply O. Thomas, 134, Westminster-road, Liverpool. ANTED. -Meyrick's I" Cardiganshire," perfect TV 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- •«rwyd, Aberystwyth. tc f WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, and Kitcbenmaids.— Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. Enclose stamps for reply. DBAPF.RY (Wholesale).—Wanted Young Men as 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., £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. WANTED—General Smi £ h and Improver.—Apply stating experience, to D. Jones & Sons, Agri- cultural Implement Makers, Lion Bettws, Newcastle Emlyn, South Wales. j6b YACANCY at Bridgend Foundry, Cardigan; few reliable and experienced hands for coach- building department; permanency suitable men.- Apply Manager. j30b WANTED—Books ^printed before 1700) on Vir- ginia, Newfoundland, New York,'New Eng- land: Vicar of Wakefield, 1766; Burns's Poems, 1786; old tragedies, comedies, masques; 3 vol.' novels before 1820.-Arthur Powell, Cockett, Swan- sea. j30 DAIRY Produce, Poultry. and Hog Products.— Bernard, Fisher & Co., of 21, St. John Street,' Smithfield Markets, London, F.C., solicit corres- pondence respecting the- same. Best prices given for best goods. GROCERY. Wanted, Sharp Respectable Boy as Apprentice, 14 to 16 years of age. Comfort- able home.—D. POWELL, Tea Caddy, Ferndale, Pontypridd. WANTED. General Servant over 25. Wages £ 18. Man kept. Three in family.—Apply. PnYSE, Pantgwyn, LIanfariaa, Aberystwyth. WANTED, a Good Business Man to represent a substantial business to solicit orders in town and district. Expenses paid with salary and com- mission.—Apply, "M.W." 11 lielsli, Gazette Office. WANTED, Country Business; mostly drapery preferred; about 3 miles from Railway Station. Send particulars to Wilson, Post Office, Mydroilyn, Talsarn, Cardiganshire. j29r 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- tion to your customers and bring them again. Address: JOHN MACKINTOSH, Ltd., Toffee Mills, Halifax, Yorks. For Sale. TT ARGE ASSORTMENTS of New and Second-hand JjJ Portmanteaus and Bags cheap.—WENTEH, 107, .charing Cross Road, London. fl'9r EVEN splendid SONGS or PIANO PIECES, i!-) Perfectly new copies. Full music size. One. shilling, post free. Single copies, 2d.-Leete, Music Seller, Ampthill, Beds. j8r TIMBER MERCHANTS AND OTHERS.—156 Oaks, 46 Ash, 64 Sycamores, and 57 other Trees, growing on Efelwag and Castellmoch Farms, Llan- rhaiadr, near Oswestry, to be Sold. Offers will be received till 21st January by C. Stewart, 7, Sussex Mansions, Sussex Place, London, S.W. j22r KNI TTING MACHINES. -Profitable Home Em- ployment. From 15s. to 30s. a week easily .earned. Cash or Easy Payments. Instruclion at your own home.—Thomas George, Market-square, Newcastle-Emlyn. fl4r TT>ICK CLOTHS, RICK CLOTHS.—Large Stock, IV all sizes, at our works sent carriage paid to any station. Samples and list post free from makers. —Parnall & Co., Bedminster, Bristol. Telegrams Canvas, Bristol. WEDOTGCARDS printed in the Newest Designs W at short notice at the "Welsh Gazette," Office, Aberystwyth. XT*°R SALE.—Hearson's 50 Egg Incubator and Jj foster mother; perfect order. Price £ 6.— Apply, Miss Edwardes, Hook, Treffgarne. FLOWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Table Plants on Hire for Decoration.—Apply to R. C. Williams, Head Gardener, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. TO BUILDERS. — Billheads, Memorandums, Business Circulars and Cards, Time Sheets, Estimate Books, and every kind of Commercial Printing at the Welsh Gazette" Office, Bridge-st., Aberystwyth. WANTED.—An Experienced servant girl for farm work at. a country Rectory a good place; wages offered £14 per annum for the first six months. —Apply to "Rector," WELSH GAZETTE Office, Aber- ystwyth. tc PLANTS FOR SALE.—German Stocks, Asters, Petunias, Nicotino (Tobacco Plant), Summer Chrysanthemums, Is. dozen, Carnation Is. 6d. per dozen, Geranium doubles 3s. dozen, Dahlias 2s. dozen free.—E. Short, Ynyslas Gardens, Borth, R.S.O. ULBS. -Collections of 200 Bulbs for spring flow- IR ering, 2s. 100. free by post; Wreaths, Crosses, and Bouquets, from 5s. each; Palms, Ferns, Roses. Fruit Trees, Perennials, and Cut Flowers at lowest prices; immediate despatch.—William Lickley, Seeds- man, Carmarthen. FISH.—10st. kit Cod, Ling, Haddocks, Plaice, 10s.; Finneys, 3s. box; Kippers, Bloaters, 2s. 6d. box; bass selected fish, 2s. 6d. Headless Haddocks, Sprags, Is. 3d. per st.; salt Cod, 2s. per st.; Fresh Hemngs, 3s. 6d. per 100.—Lacy and Son, Fish Docks, Grimsby. HORSES' Loin Cloths.—Best and strongest in the JUL market; 46in long by 38in. wide waterproof, on stout navy canvas, and weighs 41b. I will send one, post free, for 3s cash returned if not approved of.—H. J. Gasson, Rye. apl7r T EGGINGS Leggings!—Smart, military officer's JLj) appearance; just passed out of service for other patterns; very strong, all leather, with extra leather strap at top, lace up side; cost 7s. 6d. a pair; will send a pair, post free, for 24 stamps.—H. J. Gasson, Government Contractor, Rye. apl7r BUGS Rugs.—Good all-wool, 6ft. long 6ft. wide, Government grey; only been used a little; much hdtprthan common new. Twill send one, post free, for 3s. cash returned if not approved.—II. J. (lon, Government Contractor, Rye. apl7r For Sale. WATERPROOF CAPES, large size, suitable for cyclists or men exposed to wet, cabmen, etc.; 3s. each cash returned if not approved of. From H. J. Gasson, Government Contractor, Rye. apl7r. TARPAULIN.—I have great quantity of large pieces of tarpaulin, some new, all best navy canvas, purchased from Government useful covers for carts, waggons, machinery; 25s. per cwt. name size required; lot suitable covers for buildings 8s. per cwt.—H. J. Gasson, Rye. apl7r PRIME CLOVER and Rye Grass Hay 80s per 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. Apply, HUGHES, HE STORES, Ruthin. Lost. J" OST.—A young Sheep Bitch of yellowish grey -J colour. Owner will be thankful if any one can give him any information.—Thomas Jones, Brynhow- nant, Tregaron. j8b To Let. TO BE LET—The Lock-up Shop in Terrace-road, now occupied by Mr. Read.—Apply Waterloo Hotel. tc TO BE LET, with immediate possession, Gwen-y- don, Cliff-terrace, Aberystwyth. — Apply to Roberst & Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. t.c. TO LET.—Immediate possession, No. 5, Custom House-street.—Apply at No. 17, Queen6-road, Aberystwyth. TO LET—Lisburne Arms, Aberystwyth. Posses- sion may be had November 12th.—Apply to David Roberts & Sons, Ltd., Brewers, Aberystwyth. TO LET, with immediate possession, "Banc and Llainfwlbert Smithy, with land, also Penglan- wen-fach House'—Apply, Penglanwen-fawr, or Ellis, High-street, Lampeter. b HOUSE FURNISHED.—To be let for short or long period. Centrally and conveniently situated- close to rail and sea all conveniences. Apply A.B., c.o. Jenkins, Stationer, Aberystwyth. tc TO LET, with occupation at Lady Day, 1903, compact Woollen Factory with dwelling-house and three acres of land attached. Good water wheel and excellent water supply. Situate at Llanfihangel Rhydithon, near Dolau, Radnorshire. For particu- lars apply to the present occupier, Mr. H. Wozen- croft, or to Mr. W. R. Hanson, Rawson-street, Halifax, Yorks. TO BE LET. with possession at Lady-day 1903, ESGA1R EVAN FARM, in theparish of Llanbrynrnair, Montgomeiyshire, about 154 acres of Arable and Pasture Land, with an enclosed Sheep- walk adjoining the Farm; has suitable Farm Build- ings, with a large Hay and Corn Shed, and Water Power to drive the machfnery of the farm about two miles from the Llanbrynmair station, on the Cam- brian Railway. To any Gentleman wishing to take up farming the adjoining Residence, furnished, might be let, if desirable, with a productive Garden and Orchard, with the Pleasure Ground, in which case the Farm- house could be used by the Bailiff. The right of ShoSting over 1,556 acres can be had at moderate rent, if wanted. Mr. Evan Owen, the present tenant, will show the farm and its boundaries. For further particulars apply to Mr. David Harries, Dolgorse, Llanybyther, R.S.O., Carmarthenshire. j8r ABERDOVEY. TO LET.—Unfurnished Double-fronted Villa, standing in own grounds; most pleasantly situated in charming position, S.W., aspect over- looking Dovey Estuary and Cardigan Bay. 3 enter- taining, 4 bedrooms, 2 attics, kitchen, scullery, bath (h and c), w.c., and usual offices, perfect sanitation and water, lawn, &c.-Apply Morgan, Xanthus, Abordavey. LAMPETER. HOUSE TO LET.—All that fine dwelling-house, known as Werndriw Lodge, situated in the best part of the town, containing on the ground floor 2 sitting rooms, kitchen, back-kitchen and pantry, 10 bedrooms, good garden, and out-buildings. A unique advantage to those persons who have sons desirous of entering St. David's College, or the College School.—Apply Mr. D. R.Jones, Llwyngroes, Llany- byther. CARDIGANSHIRE CONSTABULARY. T ENDERS are required for the Supply of New POLICE CLOTHING for the above force. Forms of Tender may be obtained at the Chief Constable's Office, Aberystwyth. Tenders must be sent in on or before the 24th January, 1903. HOWELL EVANS. Chief Constable's Office, Chief Constable. Aberystwyth. 12th January, 1903. Tenders. CORN MARKET HALL. TO LET BY TENDER. THE Directors of the Aberystwyth Corn and General Market Company are prepared to Let by Tender THE MARKET HALL, THE ASSEMBLY AND OTHER ROOMS, situate in Market-street, Aberystwyth. The applicants to state the yearly rent they are prepared to give for (a) Ground Floor of the Market Hall; (b) The Assembly and other Rooms (c) The Entire Building. The tenancy to commence on the 12th May, 1903. The Tenders to be sent to the Secretary, at No. 30, Portland-street, on or before the 2nd day of February, 1903. jl5b BREEDER'S CARD. GEORGE K BLACK WALL, Wervillebrooke Stud Farm, RHYDLEWIS, R.B.O., LLANDYSSUL, CARDIGANSHIRE Breeder of Pedigree Hackneys, Combining Lord Derby and Danegelt Strains. ON SALE—Stallions, Mares and Geldings, suitable for Show Ring or Park Several Welsh Mountain Pony Brood Mares on hand.—For pedigrees and particulars apply-Stud Groom, Wervillebrooke Stud Farm, as above. Truscott, Griffiths^Co.t AUCTIONEERS. Dairy Agents & Valuers, 77, BOND COURT, WALBROOK, LONDON, E.C. Close to Mansion House WELSH INDUSTRIES DEPOT MARKET ST., ABERYSTWYTH, WELSH WOOLLEN GOODS, J. MORRIS, WOOLLEN MANUFACTURER. WELSH POTTERY. Open MONDAYS and THURSDAYS onlv during winter Public Notices. NOR T H AND SOUTH WALES, BANK LIMITED. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-EIGHTH DIVIDEND. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Dividend of Ten per cent. per annum for the Half-year ended 31st ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and a Bonus of Eight per cent. per annum (making a total distri- bution for the year of 16 per cent.), will be paid to the proprietors on and after the 20th instant at the Head Office and the various branches and at the London and Westminster Bank, Lothbury, London. The Income Tax will, as usual, be paid by the Bank. The TRANSFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from this date to the 20th instant, inclusive. By order of the Directors, T. ROWLAND HUGHES, Liverpool, 5th January, 1903. General Manager. TOWYN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH. THE above-named Council will, at their meeting JL on the 13th day of February next, consider applications for and proceed to appoint a Medical Officer of Health for their district, which comprises the whole of the Poor-Law Parish of Towyn, and has an area of about 16,900 acres and a population according to the last census of 3,744. Salary L20 per annum. The duties are those specified in the Orders of the Local Government Board and such other duties as the Council shall from time to time direct. Candidates for the appointment must be legally qualified to practice in Medicine, Surgery and Mid- wifery, and be prepared to enter upon the duties on the 1st March next. The appointment will be made for such period and upon such terms as shall be approved of by the Local Government Board. Applications, stating age, qualifications, and previous experience, with copies of not more than three recent testimonials should be sent so as to be delivered to me not later than Wednesday, the 11th February next. Canvassing the Members is pro- hibited, and will be deemed a disqualification. By order, RICHARD BARNETT, Towyn, Clerk to the Council. 10th, January, 1903. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. TO THE SCHOOL BOARDS OF THE ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT. THE ELECTION by the School Boards of the Aberystwyth County School District, of Three Representatives upon the Local Governing Body of the Aberystwyth County School will be held on the second day of February, 1903. Each School Board is entitled to nominate Three Candidates. The names of Candidates so nominated must be sent to me in writing, and also each such Candidate's written consent to serve on the Local Governing Body if elected, so as to reach me not later than the 21st day of January, 1903. Dated this 9th day of January, 1903. JOHN EVANS, Clerk to the Local Governing Body. 6, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. A PUBLIC MEETING of the Ratepayers of the Borough will be held at the Town Hall, Aber- ystwyth, on Wednesday evening, the 21st day of January, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the pnrpose of dis- cussing and considering:— 1—The serioue position of matters in regard to the present condition of the Harbour owing to the damage done by the recent gale. 2—To obtain an expression of opinion as to the desirability of substituting a sea wall for the wooden jetty at the southern end of Ro-fawr. 3-The question of providing the sum to meet the estimated outlay. Dated this 14th day of Januar EVAN HUGH JAMES, Mayor. THE NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. Incorporated by Royal Charter. Patrons—Their Majesties The KING and QUEEN. OSWESTRY, MONT- GOMERYSHIRE, AND ABERYSTWYTH BRANCH. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Of the Aberystwyth District Committee will be held On FRIDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 1903, at the TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. The Chair will be taken by E. H. James, Esq., Mayor, supported by The Ven. Archdeacon Protheroe, Rev. Prebendary Williams, Rev. T. Williams, Rev. Wynne Thomas, Mr Robert Ellis, Mr A. J. Hughes, Local Correspondent. MISS ENGLAND, of the Society's Central Office, will be present and address the Meeting. Admittance by Ticket. Doors open at 2.30. Commence at three o'clock. The large room at the Town Hall will b* heated for the occasion. Royal Pier Pavilion. PERFORMANCE OF THE MIKADO" (By special permission of Madame D'Oyly Carte), On Wednesday, January 28th, 1903. Doors open at 7.30. To Commence at 8. Reserved seats, 2s admission, Is. Reserved seats may be booked at Messrs Wheatley's on and after January 14th Tickets can be abtained at Messrs Wheatleys and from Mr Jack Edwards. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. London Pantomimes. TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION, Baker Street. ROYAL AQUARIUM, St James' Park. On MONDAY, JANUARY 19th, 1903, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS Will be issued to N ][) 0 LONDON Third Class Fares for double From Times of Starting Journey. 2 Days 3, 5 Days 8 Davs p.m. Tickets Tickets Tickets Aberystwyth. 12 30 -» Bow Street 12 40/ } Llanfihangel 12 45 > 12s. j Borth 12 50 i I 17 Ynyslas 12 55 j <• B* ^ls. Glandovey 17") lis. j Machynlleth 1 35J J Passengers return from London (Euston) as under Two Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Wed- nesday, January 21st. Three Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Thursday, January 22ud. Five Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Satur- day, January 24tli. Eight Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Mon- day, January 26th. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained from Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superin- tendent, Oswestry. C. S. DEXXISS. Oswestry, Secretary and General Manager. Jan., 1903. & Sales by Auction. TOWN OF CAltDIGAN. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE I AND FULLY LICENSED FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Mr. William Woodward Is instructed by Mr T. L. Williams, to sell by Auction at the BLACK LION HOTEL, CARDIGAN, ON WEDNELDAY, 2Sth JANUARY 1903, At 2 o'clock in the afternefoa (subject to such con- ditions of sale as shall then and there be produced), all that valuable and old established and fully licensed House and Premises, known is the EMLYN ARMS Situate in Pendre, in the town of Cardigan, occupying a frontage to the main street of 28ft. or thereabout, with a depth containing an area of about 3,400 super- ficial feet. The Property is situate in one of the best positions for business in the town. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to MRSSRS JENKINS AND EVANS, Solicitors, Cardigan. Caerleon House, Cardigan. RHIWGOCH, LLANRHYSTYD. GRAZING AND PLOUGHING OF FIELDS. J Mr. J. E. James Will Let by Public Auction at the above place On WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 22nd, 1903, THE RIGHT OF GRAZING AND PLOUGHING THE FIELDS of the whole farm. The Letting of the above will commence at 2 o'clock Public Notices. CYNHELIR Eisteddfod Fawreddog YN JEZREEL HALL, GOGINAN, GWENER Y GROGLITH, 1903. Y PRIF DDARN. Cenwch yn llafar i'r Arglwydd (J. T. Rees, Mus Bac.). Gwobr JC7 0 0 University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire, Cardiff. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE. ALL Classes are open to both Men and Women Students who may spend three out of their five years of Medical Study at this Cbllege. Special Courses are held in preparation for the examinations for a diploma in Public Health, and also for Sanitary Inspectors. Information regarding r es. and a Prospectus of the School of Medicine, may be obt. ined on application to the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. NOTICE. SATURDAY EARLY CLOSING. ON and AFTER the 7th FEBRUARY NEXT the BANKS of Aberystwyth will CLOSE at 12 O'CLOCK NOON on Saturdays. f5b W. Miall Jones, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, 33, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. FOR SHEEP DIPS, CATTLE DRENCHES, OIL, EMBROCATION. LAMB TEATS, MILKING TUBES. TRIANGULAR NEEDLES. SYRINGES, &c.. &c, THOMAS & JONES (Formerly Wm. Thomas), GENERAL MERCHANTS ABERYSTWYTH. THOMAS & JONES, o COAL AND LIME MERCHANTS, |*j ABERYSTWYTH. W BEST COAL AND LIME AL WAYS. IN STOCK. BRICKS, PIPES, SLATES AND CEMENT. CARDIGANSHIRE CARRIAGE ~y^T ORKS J. G. WILLIAMS, PRACTICAL CARRIAGE BUILDER, gMITHFIELD Ift OAD, Near Railwav Station) A HER Y STWYTH NEW CARRIAGES of own manufacture on hand, of Best Material and Finest Work- manship throughout. Rubber Tyres fitted to all Vehicles ifl required. J. G. WIT/I.IAMS invites inspection of works, which is the largest and best-equipped in the county. PRIVATE ADDRESS—13, BAKER STREET. Public Notices. U. DAVIES HAS REMOVED TO THE "WHITE HOUSE" 6, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth (Third House from the Corner), During the Building of the New Premises at the corner of Terrace Road and Alexandra Road. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, ef the growth of 1902 (except where otherwise stated), standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, ly and estimated to contain the respestive quantities, more or less. also undermentioned, viz :— Estimated Estimated STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weight. Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. 1- Fenn's Bank 11 Doldowiod 6 £ Bettisfield 6 Builth Wells 6 Bu EUesmere, No. 1 12 Aberedw 4& Overton-on-Dee 10 Broughrood 10 Bangor-oh-Dee 11 Talgarbh 13 Marcluviel 9 Llanbrynmair 4 Llynclys 5 Glandovey, No. 1 4 Llanymynech Glandovey, No. 2 7 (1901) 6 Ynyslas 6 Borth 5 Llansaintffraid 5& Bow Street 6 Llanfyllin 5 Aberdovey 3 Pool Quay 8& Barmouth 6 Welshpool 6& Junction Montgomery 64 Harlech 8 Abermule 5 Talsarnau 7 Criocieth 9 Newtown 6 Abererch 5 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. 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, Xov., 1902. TYPE WRITING. TESTIMONIALS, &c., NEATLY TYPE- WRITTEN AT The Typewriting Office, BAKER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. C. LUMLEY & SON, COAL, COKE, AND LIME I I C MACHYNLLETH, Sole Agents for the Celebrated Goulding's Manures Agents for Price Thomas' Phosphate. Special Terms for truck loads. Delivered to an; Railwav Station SEND YOUR Advertisements TO THE WELSH GAZETTE Excellent Medium FOR Announcements of Sales AND Public Notices of all kinds. I Business Notices. m London and 0 0 Provincial Stores, 32 AND 34, TERRACE ROAD. Messrs. John James & Co. BEG TO OFFER A CHOICE SELLECTION OF SELECT FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES Valencia Raisins, 5d. and 6d. per lb. Currants, 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. Muscatells, Is. 2d. and Is 4d. per lb. Metz Fruit, 5d., 10-id., and Is. 9d. per box. 2 2 Also Mince Meat in 1 and 21b Jars. NEW CANDIED PEEL, LEMON OR ORANGE, Specially Selected Finest New Citron. BEST QUALITY OF CHOCOLATES. Duntly Palmr and peek Frean's CAKES & BISCUITS IN FANCY TINS AGENTS FOR W & A. GILBE Y'S WINES; AND SPIRITS. Castle Spey Royal, 10 year old blend, choicest procurable, 4s. per bottle; Castle Glenspey Glenlivet," Special Scotch, pure-unblended-bottled in Bond, 3s. 6J. 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 Sillery I G. H. Alumm's Dry IN -p • T i TI PT QUARTS Perrier Jouet Dry Creaming. y I AND Pommery and Greno „ PINTS. Giesler „ 99 1 V 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 Bottle 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 & Co.'s CELEBRATED BURTON ALES 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. ABERYSTWYTH.