BEAUTIFUL SKIN | I AND A CLEAR COMPLEXION GUARANTEED RY USING THOI /\S' 'W. A\ WINTER GKiiSl CREAM II in 4-Ad 8d and Is. 3d. per bottle. 2 THOMAS, Pharmaceutical t I 20, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH.
IT I ¡"L-=-= t II I ¡/.I,>: r ?N n td J II ?\ ¡ H" q ,+, I ¡ ':=:é" QUITE SUPERSEDES THE GLUE POT Sold in large T ubes, 6d. each. Barclay and Sons, Limited, FAPRINGnOX LONDO ii! — -J
TO ADVERTISERS. SCALE OF CHARGES FOR PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. No. of One Three Six Words. Insertion, Insertions. Insertions. t s. d. d. s. d. 21 1 0 2 0 3 6 28 ¡ 1 G 30 4 6 35 20 4 0 5 6 42 s 2 6 5 0 6 6 This Scale only applies to Advertisements of the Wanted and To Let class and those referring tø Sales by private treaty. Orders MUST be accompanied by a reruiitance, otherwise the ,ordin&ry rates will be charged. Welsh Gazette Office, Bridge-street, Aberystwyth. Lost. STRAYED from Blaenberllan, Cilcenin, property of S Richard Jones, Two Rams, one two-year-old large breed. The other one-year-old cross breed. Finder rewarded. T OST, a Pair of Almond Pigeons, black cock, JLi rang 1902, and splashed ben, rung 1903. Whoever will take the same to 17, Mill-street, Aber- ystwyth, will be rewarded. Wanted. WANTED.—A Sawyer, to commence duties W early in January. Apply to J. and W. Jones, Glyn Saw Mills, Lampeter. b WANTED, good Plain Cook, for the country, small family.—Apply, Mrs Jones-Parry, at itadford House, Aberystwyth. d31 WANTED, a steady sober Young Man t. W travel for photographer in enlargements ice., constant employment.—Evans, photographer, Newcastle Emlyn. CLERK. Experienced Shorthand Writer and C Typist (with own machine) seeks re- engagement in an office. Moderate salary.—" M," Welsh Gazette Office. ANTE D.Rxperi en ced Cook General begin W ning of January. Good references required. —Apply 26, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. TO BLACKSMITHS.—Wanted an Improver, also apprentice used to work.—Apply, O Evans, R.S.S., Brongcst, Newcastle Emlyn. 417r WANTED, good General or Housemaid-Wait- ress.—Apply, Mrs Kensit, Ocean View, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. dl7r WANTED. A <Jood General Cook. Good Wages to satisfactory Girl.—Apply,—Eryl, Llanbadarn-road. b. GROCERY.—Wanted Young man as Haulier Welsh necessary. State particulars. — T. Lloyd, Aberdare. d9r. WANTED. A Supply of NEW LAID EGGS weekly throughout, the year.—Apply D. L Davies, 154, Holton-road, Barry Dock. d9r. WANTED a General Servant.—Apply 12, Baker-street. n26b. VJCTANTED, a good General Servant for a ▼ » business home. Good wages for a snitable girl; must, be capable.—Evans & Co., Marlborough- road, Chelsea, London. d2r WANTED a strong second-hand Harmonium or American Organ for a class of beginners. Send particulars and lowest priue to E, Hughes, Dihewid, Talsarn, R.S.O. n26r. MILK, dairy of well cooled, wanted immediately 88, Brvnymor-road, Swansea. WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, and Kitchenmaids.— Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberyst- wytb. Enclose stamps for reply. WAR MEDALS wanted, dated 1848, or earlier; also last Artie, Red River, Fenian Raid, Fir- ket, Atbara, Matabele, Mashona, Rhodesia, etc., £2 each given. -,Nlajor Tombs, Droitwich. THE GRESHAM PUBLISHING COMPANY require a smart energetic canvasser for Cardiganshire. Gentleman with good connection among schools preferred. All applications to be addressed to the above Company at 11, Fisher- street, Swansea. CAPITAL SECONDHAND 10 H.P. Tangye Hori- zontal Steam Engine, Complete with Governors. Pump, Flywheel. Pulley, etc. Also one Waterwheel 8ft. diameter bv 2ft wide. Bargains to clear. Bridge-end Foundry, Engineers and Ironfounders, Cardigan. For Sale. FOR SALE. Second-hand Cbaffcutters, Corn Crushers, and Root Cutters, in perfect working order; equal to neiv.-T. M. Daniel, Cardigan. d26b T> OSES, choice selection, assorted colours: Ferns IV and Palms for sale.—M. S. Dougall, Ynyslas Gardens, Borth. FOR SALE. -A purp Podinree Shorthorn Bull, aged 2 £ years, roan, winner of first prizes.— Edwards, Penybont. Lampeter. T ADY'S BICYCLE. Good as New. Cheap for 1 A Cash. Apply :—" Wheeler," of this Office TWO and THREE TON CATTLE or CART WEIGHING MACHINES for Sale; also aj six-ton Waggon Machine also a nearly new 2-h.p. | Combined EngÎrlc ann Boiler, by Hindlev cheap. —Brownhill and Co., Green Lane, V* alkali. d2r FSH.—71b., 2s 6d 12ib., 3s 6d 141b., 4s selected cleaned ready for use delivered free within 100 niiles.-Tully, Wholesale Fish Market. Swansea. From ship to consumer. j9r FOR SALT, Wagonette. also set double harness, Jf splendid condition. James, Priory-street, Cardigan. ABERYSTWYTH. Valuable Freehold Building Sites, delightfully situated in the best part of the Borough of Aberystwyth, for sale by Private Treaty. For Plans and particulars apply to Mr. B. Pareezer. Auctioneer, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. SPECIAL PURCHASE of Ladies Zibelinc Dress Lensrthv autumn colorings, 3s lid. carriage paid. Patterns free. Bradford I)ress Wtreli,se (A39) Shipley, Bradford. n24r "C1LOWER.S.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Jt? Table Plants on Fire for Decoration.—Apply to H. C. Williams. Head Gardener, Queen's Hotel Gardens, R SALE.—Tomato Plants, hardy, 10 to 12 JC inches. Is 6u per dozen; vegetable marrow plantc, 6 f. i Is cucumber plants, 6d each dahlias, doubk*, 2s I'r down; geraniums, 23 6d jyrdozen fusolats, 2, 6d per rlM1; pHurwas, Is p<'r dozen Is 6d .<srdt ree -Dougall. Ynyslas Gardens, Borth, 8.8..0. BULiiK—Col'e-rms of 200 for spring ftiw erir^r, 2s. 100. froe by post; Wreaths, Crosses, -and B<JUq¡ir.ts, from 5s. each; Palms, Fornr,, Roses. Fruit Trees, Perennials, sad Cut Flowers at lowest prices; iiiii-iediit(-iiet;patrh.-W Licfclt'y. Seeds- man, Carmarthen. OVN FOR sale (Bargain)—JK)nSLF. HBRBCH- LOADER, HteM, improvements quit* new, thoroughlv S()ln 12-bore, centra) f-,roi. top J'f>r, Awest stwl arreis, leftclioke, bar action rebounding leek*, pistoi rrip-f-trtofc, cxtension r:b, ar.ir.maJ ie tur £ -€*irt- fdBh", tod »u-"ofy balanced. splendM JJihr A4, rt&=n, 1, Tu'lor-^U'Ctt rtmtbfr. For Sale. IMPOREANT TO FARMERS, &c.—Splendid hard-wearing berge, Chevioi. or strong Tweed Suits to order, 22s. 5d., 25s., 30s.; Winter Over- coats, 20s,, 25s., 30s., to order. Startling value. Easy measure forms, testimonials, and patterns free.—Write to-day, HOLMES AND Co., Economi- cal Tailors, Buxton. dl5r. ^JMALL FARM called Bwlchybryn, in the parish of Llanarth, about half-a-mile irom Mydroy- lin, containing abuut 5 acres of good land, with dwelling and suitable houses thereon.-Apply by letter to David Rees, Tynclawdd, Llanwnen, Llanybyther. To ]Let. APARTMENTS.—A silting room and two bed- rooms To Let, Also comfortable apartments, 3 minutes walk from station. Gornall, Pleasant View, Pencader. b TO LET, with immediate possession, No 3 St George's-terrace, Llan bdarn-road, Aberys- twytb.-Apply to Morgan and Roberts, Auction- eers, No 1, New-street, Aberystwyth. d3b TO LET, with immediate possesion, No. 6, St. George's-terrace, Llanbadarn-road, Aberys- twyth.—Apply to Morgan and Roberts, Auction- eers, No. 1 New-street Aberystwyth. d31b TO BE LET, Small Villa known as Glasfryn, near Sonth Gate, Aberystwyth. Rent moder- ate; immediate possesion.—Apply, D. Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Market-street, Aberystwyth. FARM TO LET, with immediate possesion, Glan- duadfawr, Meline, magnificent dwelling- house, outhouses, 115 acres of exceptionally rich land, water-wheel Tenders to be sent before 1st January, 1904. The highest or any tender not necesaorily accepted. Dr. Havard, Newport, Pem. TO BE LET. Small House partly Furnished, 3± miles from Aberystwyth. Two sitting rooms' 4 bedrooms, bathroom. Stable coach house, and about 7 acres of land.—Apply L. Pryse, Pantgwyn, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. LODWEN HOUSE, Llanbadarn-road, TO LET from 25th of March next; stands in its own grounds with large Garden well stocked with Fruit Trees.—Apply, to Morgan, 18, Pier-street, Aberys- twyth. LATTERMATH, fromnow on to Christmas,about L two acres in a field known as Cae Cwmmins, Lampeter. Apply D Price Dalies, M.R.C.V.S., Lampeter. PANDY, adjoining Brynglas, near Towyn, Merion- eth, to be Let on the 25th March, 1904.—Fo- further particulars, apply to Edward Williams Fronr goch, Corrie, R. t TO LET. Greenfield House, Penglaise-road, Aberystwyth. Possession after November 12th next.—Apply to Mrs. R. J. Pritchard, Castle House, Penrbyndeudraeth, North Wales. ABERYSTWYTH.—A convenient and comfortable house to let furnished for winter months. Open situation, rooms large, light and airy. bath room, hot and cold water, electric light. For terms apply to "R.S. of this paper. Public Notice. ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE SCHOOL, LAMPETER THERE will be an Examination for two entrance Scholarships on Thursday, January 14tb, 1904. For particulars apply j7 THE HEADMASTER. LLANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. Mr S. Stephenst B.A., Inter. B.Sc. (Lon). WILL RE-OPEN THE ABOVE On JANUARY 12th, 1904. In addition to preparing pupils for the Welsh and London Matriculations, Practical Weighing and Measuring, Agriculture-in which Mr Stephens holds a first-class certificate—Book-keeping and Shorthand, will have careful attention. Classes for adults will be held in Agriculture on Thursday evenings, and in other subjects on Satur- day mornings. Further particulars may be bad on application. j9r ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. (FCR BOYS AND GIRLS.) HEADMASTER David Samuel, M.A. (Cantab). SENIOR MISTRESS: Miss E. M. Ewart, M.A. (Vic.) History. ASSISTANTS Miss S. E. Thomas. Int. Arts (Lond) English etc. N. H. Thomas, M.A, (Oxon) Classics. P. G. Feek, B. Sc., Science. T. O. Pierce, B. Sc.: Science and Mathematics. Charles Elsden, Literature and Modern Languages. J. H. Appleton, Cert Art Master. Drawing, &c. Miss H. Bertha Jones. Cookery, &c. Fees per term payable in advance Tuition fee 1 13 4 For use of Books 0 2 6 Pupils are prepared for the Universities, the Professions, and Commercial Life, The School Buildings are excellent in every respect, are pleasantly situated on a healthy eleva- tion and are within easy reach of every part of the town. The School re-opens on Tuesday January 5th, 1904. Any further information may be obtained from the Headmaster or from me, JOHN EVAN 6, Portland-sf-reet, Clerk. Aberystwytb. USEFUL MACHINERY FOR SALE. REDUCED PRICES. SAW BENCH, 5ft. x 3ft. (iron), with two Saws 2ft. 3in. (about), takes 2ft. 6in. £ 12. Ditto, 5ft x 2ft 9in (iron), with two Saws 3ft (about). £18, Makers-Ransomes Sims, Ipswich, and are recommended as good, reliable machines ready for work. E15 PAIR PONY CART WHEELS, fitted with Bushes, Brass Caps, and Axle; Good Tyres. £ 3. CRANE (Wood), to lifr. up to 1 ton, with Gear- ing upright 7 £ in sq., height 8ft, spar 8ft; very useful crane. £ 5. Ditto strong, first class about 12ft span, complete £30. WOOD SAW BENCH, 8ft x 2ft 8in with two Saws about 2ft, rip and cro«s cnt. 95. STEAM ENGINE 2 h.p with Vertical Boiler. Stands on 4ft square. £ 18. WOOD TURNING HEADSTOcKS, 9in centres, with rest. E2 5s. Od. Snitable for wheelwrights, &c TURBINES-PELTON WHEEL, 22in, with cover, £ 10. Ditto, smaller, £ 5. Ditto, without cover, £ 2. PONY GEARING for Churning. C4 10s. OIL ENGINK. new 2 b b p. £33. 8 H.P. HORIZONTAL ENGINE and Boiler. 950 Several Lathes, Drilling Machines, Shafting, Pullies, Chain Blocks, &c. Write when in want of New Second-hand Machinery. Several Lots of BELTING Cheap, new and second-hand. The above lots are subject to being unsold. B. M. DAVIES, Engineer and Ironfosnder, Machynlleth. IMPORTANT TO MILLERS. I^OR SALE.-Fair French burr (second hand) 3 New ijfirn v Sioiios (runnels). be^L Au- "1e,da. CroNsbir-: S.,ekpf.. Nprk. 500 ft „ p. Planks (well seasoned), snitable for clog&-Apply. S DBVI-OB, Peorhiwoieu, Owttarth, R.8.0, Public Notices. Education Act, 1902. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, by Order of l. the Board of Education, the "Appointed Day" for the Education Act to come into operation within the County of Cardigan has been further postponed to the 1st day of April, 1904. H. C. FRYER, 23rd Dec. 1903. Clerk of the County Council. E. m R. CARDIGANSHIRE EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS, 1904. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Cardigan will be held and kept at the Town Hall, Lampeter, on Thursday, the 7th day of January, 1904. at Eleven o'clock in the fore- noon, at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors wlil he called over. The Court will then proceed with the business in the following order:—(1) County business; (2) Trial of Prisoners; (3) Hearing of Appeals. And on the day and on the hour above mentioned all the Grand audPetit 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 these sessions to be transmitted to the Deputy Clerk of the Peace on or before the 31st day of December instant, and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken. F. R. ROBERTS, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. Aberystwyth, 22nd December, 1903. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. MOTOR CAR ACT, 1903. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that this Act will come into operation on the 1st January, 1904, and that all Owners of Motor Cars and Motor Cycles must register them and take out Licences to drive prior to that date. Forms containing particulars to be given by Applicants for Registration and for Licenses will be supplied on application by letter to-tbe under- signed at any time after this date. The Index Mark assigned to Cardiganshire is E J and numbers will be assigned to Owners in the order of their applications, but Owners must provide their own plates. The fees payable on application are as follows:— For Registration of a Motor Car 20s. For Registration of a Cycle 5s. For License to drive a Motor Car or Motor Cycle 5s. H. C. FRYER, Clerk of the Council. County Council Office, Aberystwyth, 15th December. 1905. ABERYSTWYTH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT ROADS SURVEYOR. THE ABOVE COUNCIL invite applications for the appointment of District Roads Surveyor for the Lower Geneurglyn District at a salary of Z50 per annum. The persons appointed will be required to devote the whole of his time to the duties of the office, and to provide security in an approved Guarantee Society in the sum of £50. The appointmeut to be subject to 3 months' notice by either side. Application stating age, accompanied by not more than two Testimonials, and endorsed District Surveyor" must be received by me not later than 10 a.m. on Monday the 18th day of January, 1904. HUGH HUGHES, 8 Market Street, Clerk. Aberystwyth. SCHOOL BOARD ACCOUNTS, I THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby Give Notice, that the AUDITS of the Accounts of the undermentioned SCHOOL BOARDS for the year ended 29th September last, will severally commence at the places and at respective times specified below:— p Place at which Time appointed for Name of Audit. School Board be held „ TT Date, Hour. 1 1904. Lampeter Jan. 18th '3.30 p.m. Pencarreg „ 19th |2.30 p.nr Pencarreg „ 19th 2.30 p.m Llanycrwys „ 11 3.30 p.m. Lbinfaircly- Board „ 4.0 p.m. dogau Room Llangybi r Union „ 20th 10.0 a.m. Llanwenog Workhouse, „ 10.30 am Llanfihangel Lampeter. „ 11,30 am Rhosycorn Llanybyther „ 2.30 p.m. Celian (3.30 p.m. I Dated the 24thday of December, 1903. (Signed) J. E. PUGHE JONES, District Auditor of the South Wales Audit District. Tenders. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTOPS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a Cottage at Pencarreg Village, near Llany- byther, Carmarthenshire. Plans and Specifications may be seen at Mr. James'. Claret House, Pen- carreg. Sealed Tenders to be sent to me on or before January 4th, 1904. JOHN WILLIAMS, Fair View, d31 Penrhiwceiber, Glam. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a Parsonage House at Talvllyn for the Rev. J. Williams. Plans and specification may be obtained on application to the Architect, to whom tenders should be delivered, sealed and endorsed by Saturday, January 16th. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. G. T. BASSETT, A.R.I.B.A., Architect and Surveyor, Aberystwyth. AM LENYDDIAETH UNDODAIDD Gvmraeg, yn ihad.—Anfoner at yParch Lewis, Williams Talsarn, R S.O., Cardiganshire. d20 [YN AWH YN BAROD.] COFIANT Y Pareb. Evan Lewis, BRYNBER1AN, [ GaB r.b. n. MORGAN LEWIS, M A., gyrla F UtmWs <t dvbirlnniaii, PRIS 3b. 3C, TRWY'R POST., lw )tad oddiwrth— riiOFKfebOR D. MORGAN LEWIS. Aberystwyth Public Notices. ■ ■ "U"1 —B- NEW YEAR'S EVE, 1903. A AIUSICAI, EVENING With Tableaux, Recitations, and Sketch entitled MRS HILARY REGRETS," To be held on Thursday, December 31st, 1903, At the NEW MARKET HALLABERYSTWYTH Doors open at 7.30 p.m., commence at 8. Proceeds in aid of the Mission Hospital at Cawnpore. in connection with Women's Work, S.P.G. Seats may be booked at Messrs Evans Bros., 17, Pier-street. PLUM PUDDINGS. MINCED MEATS. CHRISTMAS CAKES. NEW YEAR CAKES. Handsome Boxes and Caskets of Chocolate. SIMNEL CAKES Useful and Ornamental Goods as Christmas and New Year Gifts. Boars Head a 'la Perigeux, Chickens and Capons Financier. Pressed Beef, Roast Chicken, Ducks, Turkeys, Sausage, &c., dec. SPECIALITY: Orders taken for GUINEA HAMPERS Suitable for Presents, containing l Slab Pressed Beef. I Meat or Game Pie. l pound Boars Head a'la Perigeux. l Large Christmas Cake. I Bottle Scotch Whiskey, Royal Blend. l Bottle very Old Port. l Bottle Moet & Chandon Champagne. SEE OUR WINDOWS. Cbe Oriental Cafe 16, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Evans Bros., Printers, Stationers, Etc., 17. PIER STREET ABERYSTWYTH, Are now showing in their SPECIAL SHOW- ROOM, a Large and Varied assortment of NEW YEAR CARDS Special: Christmas Postcards and Albums. Private Greeting Cards should be booked not ltaer than Friday December 18th. PRIZE BOOKS AT BOTTOM PRICES, MISS M. S. DOUGALL, YNYSLAS GARDENS, BORTH, R.S.O. Offers for Sale the following Winter Blooming Plants, for Greenhouse or Window:— The new paper white Arum Lily Charles Godfrey," one of the best, 8d. each, or 6 for 3s. in pots, free. The Lily of the Nile, white, Is. each, or 3 for 2s. 9d. The Little Gem Calla Lily, white, 3 for Is. 6d. or 6 for 2s. 9d. The Snow Queen-Stocks. 12 for Is. 6d. free Begonias-Fibeous Roots, white, 6 for Is. 6d.. free. Zonal Pelargoniums, 6 for Is. 6d. free. Palms for Drawing Room, 12 inches high, 6 for 5s. free. Greenhouse Ferns for table decoration, assorted, including Maidenhair, 12 for Is free. Poultry fine and fat, trussed ready for cookinsr 5s. 6d. per couple, free. MISS M. S- DOUGALL, Ynyslas Gardens, Borth, R.S.O B. Pareezer, AUCTIONEER. The New Auction Mart IN THE CORN MARKET, Is new opened for fhe Sale of Goods in ALL lines at wholesale prices, including Elect.ro Plated Goods, Leather Goods, Household Furniture, Books, Soft Goods, and many other kinds of useful goods too numerous to mention in a Newspaper Advertisement. INSPECTION INVITED. PERIODICAL AUCTION SALES. B. PAREEZER is also prepared to conduct Sales of Property, Live Stock. Timber, Household Effects, &c., at Moderate Terms, Quick Settlements, no Delay. Office: The Auction Mart, Corn Market New Market Hall. Private Residence: Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. New Archaeological Work. Royal 8vouncut boards, plates, 10/6 net, onl* to Subscribers. f CARDIGANSHIRE: A Personal Survey of its Antiquities, Churches, Fonts, PlatetRegisters BY GEORGE EYRE EVANS (Philip Sidney of the Welsh Gazette," Aberystwyth), Member of the Cambrian Archseological Association; Oxford University Antiquarian Society Ex Libris Society. Fully Illustrated with Pegi arid. Ink S&etohes. Duri ig the lust. four years the Author ha* systematically, on foot, toured through the interesting cowr.ty of Otinliganshire, leaving no fuirish un visited, no roa,1 unir> versed, and no object of real antiquarian interest unseen. The results of these tramps he tells in a ncrit-,1 of chapters, some of which have already appeared in the columns of the WKLSH GAZKTTE." POULTRY. -50 very fine full-grown Goslings, 4s «ach; 40 large, fnll-growu ducklings, Is lOd. eaoh; lCD large pullets, near laying, bicd from the finest, possible layers, 2h. Qd. each carriage pud on twelve of any of the above birds all str.r.^ healthy; iive delivery guaranteed. 20. vm fi;.e 5; 30 cck T:uk»'v.\ (* o :rri;.gc C.it 1903 birds make heavy wti^h:* for Ctocksnioor Poultry Yards, Ho idersfield. i)26r Public Notices. OWEN & SSffi Tailors, Hosiers, Hatters, and Ladies' Costumiers. r NEW V' '\1;1 ¡ FROM 3 GNS. I) 1.1 -0- t I LADIES COS- TUME6 FROM 4 GUINEAS. ^DIES^TOAT8 LADIES' COATS New RAINCOATS -0- NEW OVERCOATS. -0- UMBRELLAS, RUGS. -()- ? DRESSBASKETS* -0- NEW &C., OWEN & SONS, PARIS HOUSE. ABERYSTWYTH JOSHUA EVANS' HAIR RESTORER IS the safest, best and cheapest preparation for RESTOR- ING GREY HAIR to it-s original colour. Not being a dye, it will neither colour nor in any way injure the skin. Price Is per bottle postage 4d extra. The postage on 3 bottles.is 6d. Money returned if the desired effect is not produced. Prepared only by— JOSHUA W. EVANS, Manufacturing Chemist, LLANDYSSUL, S.W CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1903 (except where otherwise stated), standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also under- mentioned. viz:— Estimated Estimated STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weight. Tons. Tons. Tons. Tons. Fenn's Bank 8 Rhayader 3 Bettisfield (1902) 6 jBuilth Wells 5 Bettisfield 6 'Aberedw 4 Ellesmere No. 1 13 iBoughrood 8 EHesmere No. 2 3j Talgarth (1902) 13 Marehwiel 8 Talgarth 10 Llynclvs 5i Caersws 3 Rhyd Meredith, ) Llanbrynmair 2 Nantmawr > 5j iGlandovey No. 1 24 Branch ) IGlandovey No. 2 4 Llanymynech 3 jBorth 2| Llangaintffraid Ii Bow Street 3± Llanfvllin 5 Towyn 3± Four 'Crosses 6 Barmouth Pool Quay 9 Junction 3i Wefchpool 7 Dyffryn 3 Montgomery Pensarn 2| (1902) 6i Harlech 8 Montgomery Talsarnau 5 Abermule 5J Portmadoc 3i Montgomery 6 Talsarnau 5 Abermule 61 Portmadoc 3i Kerry I 4 Criccieth (1902) 59 Newtown 6 Criccieth 6i Llanidloes 8 Abererch (1902) 4 St. Harmons 3 Abererch i For further particulars and to treat, apply C. S. DENNISS, >, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, November. 1903. Cambrian Railways. TRAIN ALTERATIONS. The following alterations will be made on and from OCTOBER 1st., 1903. DOWN. The 8-5 a.m. Oswestry to Aberystwytb will leave at 8-20 a.m., and be later throughout. A New Train will run Oil Mondays only, leaving Oswestry at 9.20 a.m. for Welthpool, calling at all intermediate stations. The 10-15 a.m. Whitchurch to Oswestry will be discontinued. The 2-20 p.m. Special Express from Welshpool to Aberystwyth, Barnmntli, etc., will be discontinued. The 12-17 p.m. Express from Whitchurch to Aber- ystwyth, Barmouth, kc., will be discontinued. The 1-20 p.m. Talvllyn to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, &c., i connection with the 10-40 a.m. from Cardiff, 10-55 a.m. from Newport (Mon.), &c. will be discontinued. Tbe 4.20 p.m. Welshpool to Aberystwyth will be discontinued. A Train will leave Whitchurch at 4-25 p.m. for Wrexham, Oswestry. Welshpool, Newtown, and Llanidloes, in connection with the 3-0 p.m. Express from Manchester (London Road;, and 2-40 p.m. from Liverpool (Lime Street). On Thursdays only this train will also h;ive a connection to Llanfyllin. The 5-20 p.m. Whitchurch to Aberystwyth will be discontinued. The 9-50 a.m, Mont Lane to Builth Wells will leave Moat Lane at 10-15 a.m. The 2-15 p.m. Moat Lane to Brecon will leave at 3-10 p.m., and the intrrmcdiate times altered throughout. The 7-50 a.m. Machynlleth to Pwllheli will leave at 8-35 a.m. and be later throughout.. The 10-28 a.m. Machynlleth to Pwllhelli will leave at 11-5 a.m., and the intermediate times be altered throughout This tram will have a con- nection from ABERYSTWYTH, leaving that Station at 10-25 a.m. The 8-52 a.m. Tiain from Bangor will run through to Pwllheli. A NEW TRAIN will 'cave Afon Wen at 6-20 p.m for Pwllheli in connection with the London and North Western Co.'s train due Afon Wen 6-10 p.m. UP. The 7-15 a.m. Aberystwyth to Oswestry will be discontinued. The 8-40 a.m. Aberystwyth to Machynlleth will be discontinued. The 9-10 a.m. Aberystwyth to 'Whitchurch will leave at 8 10 a.m., and be retimed throughout The 9-10 a.m. from Barmoutb, and 9-35 a.m. from Aberystwyth to Merthvr, Cardiff, Newport (Mon ), .xc. will be discontinued. Tue 1-50 p.m. from Barmouth, 2-15 and 2-45 p.m. from Aberystwyth to London (Euston and Padding- ton), Birmingham, (New Street and Snow Hill) Manchester (London Road), Liverpool (Lime Street, &.c. will be discontinued. A NEW TRAIN will leave Aberystwytb at 10-25 a.m. for Machynlleth, Barmouth, Pwllheli, and in- termediate stations. The 9.50 a.m. from J'wllbeli, 11-40 a.m. from Barmouth, and 12-15 p.m. from Aberystwyth, will leave Pwllheli AT 10-30 a.m., Barmouth 12-7 p.m and Aberystwyth 12.30 p.m., and be retimed throughout. The 11-15 a.m. from Pwllheli will leave at 11-40 a.m. nd Barmouth 12.50 p.m. (This Train will run during October and June only.) A New Train will leave Pwllheli at 11-0 a.m.. and run through to Bangor. The 4-45 p.m., Pwllheli to Portmadoc will "NOT i tin. The 9-15 p.m. Pwllheli to Portmadoc will leave at 8-50 p.m., and be earlier throughout. The 6-40 a.m. Brecon to Moat Lane will leave a; 7-25 a.m., and be later throughout. FAST TRAINS WILL RUN AS UNDER 1-10 p.m. from Aberystwyth to Welshpool and Whitchurch. 3-30 p.m. Welshpool to Aberystwyth. These Trains connec T with London and North We.-iern and Great Western Co.'s Trains to and from all part. Fur full particulars see Company's Time Tables. C. S DENNISS, Secretary and Geneial Manager, November, 1903. SEND YOUR ADVERTISEMENTS TO THE "WELSH GAZETTE." T! is r^i'CT 1 r v— 'Lrjrer rS-•' 0)'1. ether'in th*? of T;> y. Charges M-jdar»te. Address u Welsh i »a>^ttc, AbwyBtwyfch. Public Notices. JAMES'S Condon and Provincial Stores, 32 and 34, TERRACE ROAD. SEASON GOODS. Messrs John lames & Co., BEG TO OFFER A CHOICE SELECTION OF CHOICE FRUIT AND OTHER ARTICLES FOR THE Christmas Season. Stoned Raisins, 6d per lb. Valencia Raisins, 4d., 5d. and 6d., per lb. Currants, 24d., 3d., 4d., and 5d. per lb. 2 Sultanas, 5d. and 6d. per lb. Figs in Boxes, 6d., Is. and 2s. French Plums in BottJes. Prunes, 6d. per lb. Muscatells, Is. 2d. and Is. 4d. per lb. Metz Fruit, 5!d., 10d., and Is. 9d. per box. 2 Also Mince Meat in 1 and 2ib. Jars. NEW CANDIED PEEL, LEMOM OR ORANGE. Specially Selected Finest New Citron. BEST QUALITY OF CHOCOLATES. Buntlep A palmer and Peek Frean's CAKES AND BISCUITS IN FANCY TINS. TOM SMITH'S CRACKERS. o WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AGENTS FOR BASS & Co:s Celebrated Burton Jns Stout, 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 splendW condition. Special Attention is called to BOSS'S LIGHT DINNER ALB in Imperial Pint Bottle at 2s. 6D. per dozen. This Ale combines the light aw sparking character of the German beers with the fine flavour and aroma of Britis& alet and is in excellent conditions. AGENTS FOR W. & A. GILBEYS WINES AND SPIRITS. Castle" Spey Royal," 10 year old blend, choicest procurable, 4. per bottle; Casfllfe Glenspey" Glenlivet," Special Scotch, pure unblended—bottled in Jlond, 3s. 6d. per bottle; John Jameson's Special Irish, ti veii- olil, bottled in Bond, 3s. 6d. per bottle Hennessey's and Mnitell's Brandy 1, 2, and J Also Cheap Brandies for Domestic Purposes, 2s. per bottle ami upwards. No better guarantee of the quality and value of W- Sz .A. GILBEY'S Wimm and Spirits can be given than the fact about cvory FOURTEENTH WINE and THIRTY-NINTH BOTTLE of SPTRM v conSumcd in the Un*S Kingdom is supplied from W. & A. GILBEY'S Stock. PROPRIETORS- TOHN tT A" TOHN tT A" ABERYSTWYTH.