CYMRY LLUNDAIN.. i Chwi ellwch gael y papur liwn yn wythnosol yn ddidrafferth am 6/6 y flwyddyn, neu 3/3 am chwe' mis, o Swyddfa'r "WELSH GAZETTE, ABERYSTWYTH, Mao hefyd ar werth yn y Brif- J ddinas gan v Mri. Everett a'i Fab, i Bells Buildings, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street-tua ergyd carreg c ) Porth Ludd (Ludgate).
.TIM, QUITE SUPERSEDES THE GLUE POT Sold in large Tubes, 6d. each. Barclay and Sons, Limited, 95. FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON
c- Birtfts, iDarriaaes and Deatfos. ç- t\ .ftices of Births, Marriages, or Deatn can oe ted unless forwarded by one of our rovognisea 1Reporters, Corespondents, or Agents, or sigrusa, by a clergyman, minister, registrar, or some otner person known to us. It 6d. is charged for paragraphs containing any thina beyond the bare announcement. Birtbi WILBAUX-March 5U1, at Rheidol Vale, Aberystwyth, Mrs llobert Wilbaux, of a son. marriaaes. FORSTBIt—JONES -3rd March, at the Wesleyan Chapel Aberystwyth, by the Rev. A Markham in the presence of the Rev. W. Jones, Mr. J. W. Forster to Miss C. J. Jones, both of Aberystwyth. JENKINS- WILLIAMS-zat March, at Aberffrwdd Chal el, by the Rev R. D. Owen, Pastor, in the presence of Mr T. Morgan, registrar, Pontrhydygroes, Mr Isaac Jenkins Llainfach to Miss Catherine Ellen Williams, Felinnewyrld, both of Cwmrheidol. Death. CAMPBELL-March 4th, at West Bromwich, Hannah' widow of the late James Campbell, formerly of the Wynnstay Armt and Unicorn Hotel, Machynlleth,aged 72 year. KENDALL.—March 6th, at South-road, Aberystwyth, Sophia, the wife of John Barker Kendal, age 40 year s.
Wanted. WANTED to buy good house, leasehold or freehold. Full particulars to E.G." 141a W- ANTED small cottage or two unfurnished rooms, in or within a mile of Aberystwyth, Apply-" A-B.C." Welsh Gazette Offices. 116a W~~ ANTED, a House Parlour-maid. MustTave good references. Apply or write to—Mrs Harries, Grosvenor House, Aberystwyth. 120a MAN and WIFE WANTED to live in Home Farm. Man to work on farm (chiefly graz- ing), wi!e to undertake care of house. No children. Glandenys, Lampeter, Cardiganshire. 107a WANTED, Apprentice to Watch and Jewellery Trade no premium.—Apply, Thomas, 18, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. 81a WANTED, a well educated Youth as an Apprentice to the Drapery and Outfitting Trade. Also an Improver-AI)ply to Daniel Thomas, Aberystwyth. 53a TAILORS.- Wanted good coat and general hand. JL High-class country trade. Constant work for steady men.—Apply, Luther Thomas, Cwmdu, Talley, Nr. Llandilo. 33a WANTEfc, a competent all round Fitter, also Apprentices to the Engineering Trade, must not be under 16 years of age.—Apply, the Cardigan Engineering Company, Cardigan. 10a -lnrflSLSEi Assistant Wanted for New Market W Hall Stores, on Mondays. 617 WANTED, second hand complete set of double harness.—Apply to James Danes, Saddler, Newcastle Emlyn. 600 WANTED.—A Strong reliable general servant (Welsh). Able to wash and iron. Good wages; comfortable home; references indispensable -Apply to Mrs Clement Thomas, Bedlinog, near Cardiff. 524 GWLAN. GWLAN. GWLAN. WANTED at once Fleece and Coarse Wool, Factory and Stocking Waste, &c.—Mcllqu- bam, Bridge End Stores, Aberystwyth. 380 WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, and Kitchenmaias.— Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. Enclose stamps, for reply. WANTED good plain Cook, able to wash and iron (two in family); also House-Parlour- maid. Good character indispensable. References required.—Apply, Mrs. Charles Griffith Jones, 37, High-street, Cardigan. WANTED, a Man to travel with the Entire Shire Stallion, Redlynch Blue Blood." this season. To commence work on Monday, March 27th. Applications to be sent in to Mr. Pryse, Cwmcoedwig, Llanfarian, Aberystwjtb, stating wages required, etc on or before Saturday next, March 11th. The lowest wages will not necessarily be accepted. 142a. For Sale. FOR SALE.—One self delivery Corn Reaper, quite new, excellent bargain. Apyly to D. Jones and Sons, Implement Agents, &c., Lion, Beulah, Cardiganshire. 137a. O BE SOLD", a Bay Cob, coming five, 14 2 bands.—Apply, Office of this Paper. 632 F" OR SALE, 4 Pups, 8 weeks old; pure natural bob-tailed blackand white colour; fromgrand working parents and prize-winners; Price, Dogs, 10s.; Bitches, 7s 6<1.—Davies, Old Castle, Cardi- gan. 77a FOE SALE, nearly New Market Car complete, seats and Cushions, or exchange for nice light trap.—Apply, Schoolhouse, Penuwch, *'lan- geitho. FARM TO LET, Felinganol, about 75 acres; within four miles of Newcastle Emlyn good grazing and arable; excellent house and ample 'Out-btiii,iinzs river Carray through I arm. Apply, G. Lloyd Williams. 74a FOR SALE.—Plot of land, situated between Car- digan and New Town.—For particulars apply M. Jones, 26, Claude-road, Cardiff, or, E. and J. Jones, Corner House, Cardigan. 663 FOR SALE.—Strong Workman's Silver Lever Watch, capped, crystal glass. 25s.—Ladies' Silver Watch, 10s.6d—Post Free.-Webb, Jeweller, Cardigan. ONE Self-delivery Reaping Machine by Osborne; in very good order and- light running machine; reasonable pyiee.-Apply. I. M. Griffiths, Riverside, Ponthirwen. Boncath. RSO 443 PIANOS foi Hire cheap.—Apply, New Market Hall Stores (entrance, Market-street and Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth 618 ABERPORTH.-The "Crherion" Refreshment Rooms, opposite the White Lion' Inn, School treats, families, and parties. Teas and hot water supplied on reasonable terms. -M. E. Hai-per. Proprietor ROWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Table Plants on Fxre for Decoration.—Apply to R. C. Williams, Head Gardener, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. FITTING MACHINES, KNITTING MACHINES. Cheapest House in Wales; established 1871. Hire or cash terms, lessons Free, distance no object, lady Tutors sent after machines, work supplied. Send for lists- W. Griffiths, 146, Windsor-road, Neath. 469 FOR SALE, Hay Press with scale and weights complete. Good condition Also two ladders -Apply to Mrs Thomas, 10. Priory-street, Cardigan. AO The Incomparable Gun," direct from the maker. No middleman's profit. 12 bore op lever double barrel breechloader; central fire; latest improvements splendid killer; guaranteed sound and perfect. Air Guns, The Jewel 218. Milita 24s.; Dolphin 30s.-Russam & Co., 48a, Weamen-street, Birmingham. 452 LLANELLY. V CARMARTHENSHIRE. P V ,1 ROUND. Delivering twice dally. Sale, XTJL 30 gallons per day. # Strong cob, 14 hands, rising 6; cart, and set of tins complete. Reason for disposing, grocery business taking up so much time. Will be sold to the best offer for cash.— Apply, Box X," Office of this Paper. 446 To Let. SOWN AND ANCHOR INN, TREGARON, C to let. Apply for particulars to Dd, Roberts & Sons, Ltd,. Brewers, Aberystwyth. 133a. ODGINGS, with or without board, moderate j-J prices, beautiful spot, old-fashioned large country house, grounds attached, 4i miles from Aberystwyth, few minutes from Capel Bangor Station, Vale of Rhcidiol Railway. Apply, Welsh Gazette," 147a. TXENLLAN STA'n ON, NO. 6, RAILWAY JtX TERRACE.—TO BE LET, immediate pos- session^ conveniently situate Dwelling House, with large garden attached, parlour, front and back kitchen, 3 bedrooms, and outside premises.—Apply, E. Lewes Bowen, Glanmadeni, Beulah, R.S. 0 Car- diganshire. 102a To Let. A BEHYSTWYTH—(Suburb)— TO LET, next May. Eryl," situated best part Llanbadarn- road. South aspect. Good reception rooms, six bedrooms—Owen, Fronhyfryd, Aberystwyth. 55a TO LET.—House To Let in Caegog, Aberyst- wy'h. Possession may be had in May next. —Apply to "Resident," Office of this Paper. 6a O LET Builders Yard, at the back 56 North Parade. (Entrance in Portland-road) —Apply, Evans Bros., 17, Pier-street, Aberyst- wyth. 648 TO LET.—A large Sitting Room, with one or two Bedrooms. Bright and healthy situation, —Apply, X.Y.Z., Office of this Paper. 497 STALLS TO LET in the Corn Market Hall, Aberystwyth, low rent. — Apply, Herr Pareezer, New Market Hall, Aberystwyth. 419 TO BE LET, the '• Poppit noose," St.Dogmael's, near Cardigan. Contains four or five bed- rooms, two sitting rooms, kitchen, scullery, etc. Furnished.-Apply, W. H. Harper, at above address. 343 PONTARGAMDDWR ARMS, TRKGARON TO LET the Pontargamddwr Arms, fully licensed, possession 25th March.—Forparti- culars, apply, Buckley's Brewery, Ltd., Llanelly. 105a GLYN FARM, CAPEL CURIG. TO BE LET, witn immediate possession. Area, 1094 acres. Good buildings. Long frontage River Llugwy, The main road from Bettwscoed to Holyhead runs through the farm. Rent, P.130, very small ingoing.—Apply, W. J. Rees, Land Agent, Swansea. 66 LLAIN VILLA, PENBRYN. TO BE LET OR SOLD, with immediate possession, this conlmodious Dwelling House, situate at the junction of the roads from Llan- granog and Sarnau to Rhydlewis, and in the Parish of Penbryn, together with Garden and Land, nearly two acres in extent. For tGrms, apply to Messrs George, Son, & Davies. 27th February, 1905- [123a] Solicitors, Cardigan. Tenders BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. Contractors desirious of tendering for the erec- tion of Public Library from Plans. Detail, Draw- ings, Specifications, and quantities prepared by Mr Walter G. Payton, 84 & 86 Colmore-row, Birming- ham, at whose office the above may be inspected together with form of Contract, are requested to send their names to me on or before the 15th March instant, together with a deposit of a guinea, to be returned on receipt of a bona fide tender. The Contractors will be required to pay not Jess than the minimum rate of wages current in the district. ARTHUR HUGHES, Town Clerk's Office, 145a. Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH UNION. CONTRACTS FOR PROVISIONS, &c. THE GUARDIANS OF THE POOR of the Aberystwyth Union invite Tenders (accom- panied by samples or patterns where practicable) for the supply of the following articles and mate- rials to their Workhouse from the 25th day of March 1905, to the 29th day of September, 1905, viz :—atone from the beach (per ton), Fresh Meat, Milk, Straw, Potatoes, Coals. Firewood, Coffins, Ironmongery. Disinfecting Powder and Fluid, Cod Liver Oil, Boots and Shoes, Linen and Woollen Drapery, Haberdashery, &c.. Provisions, Grocery, Printing(incl uding the yearly abstracts of accounts), and Haircutting and Shaving pauper inmates per head, also for the conveyance of paupers to the Workhouse, &c, It is competent for any person to tender for any articles separately. The Contractors will be required to deliver the } goods at the Workhouse free of expense, in such quantities and at such times as the said Guardians shall require by their written order. Forms upon which the Tenders must be ma de can be obtained at my office. The Tenders must be delivered at my office, sealed and properly endorsed, before Ten o'clock a.m., on Monday, the 20th day of March, 1905. All samples sent in by persons tendering, and whose Tenders are accepted, will be retained by the fsaid Guardians, and no charge shall be made against the Guardians for such samples. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender, and they shall be en- titled to accept with regard to anyone or morelof the articles specified without accepting as to the rest. By Order, HUGH HUGHES, Clerk to the Guardians. Union Office, Aberystwyth, 7tb March, 1905. 146a. MORGAN'S Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all affections of the Throat, and Lungs. CA UTIOJV.-Bewag-e of Infringers and Imitatoi's. Ask for Morgan's Pectoral Linseed Balsam. Refuse all others. SOLD IN BOTTLES AT Is. AND 2S. Prepared only by R. MORGAN, PHABMACTUT<!SKI.ST. 23, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. LEWIS TIONES, GLASGOW HOUSE, (Opposite the Church Entrance), LLANBADARN. Begs to announce the Public, and residents gener- ally, that lie has commenced business at the above Premises, and trust, by personal attention, to merit a share of their patronage. Suiting, Coatings, Trouserings, and Fancy Waistcoatings, etc., jn the best fashion, and at most reasonable prices. AH garments made on the Premises by practical men only. Ready-made clothing kept in stock. P.S.-L. J. shall be obliged to wait upon custo mers at their own residents with a large selections of patterns to select from, upon receipt of a Post Card. "-1 UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY. TEACHER'S BIBLE. London Clear Type Wide Margin Teacher's Bible, With Wright's Bible Readers' Manuel, Concord- ance, etc. 96 Fasimile plates and other Illustrations, and 17 coloured maps, nonpareil 24tno, References, morocco limp, gilt and red edges, in boxes. THE IDENTICA LBIBLE USUAL SOLD AT 10s. 6d. Limited Number Offered Post. Free, 4/6. SYDNEY VTGALLOWAY NEW STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Second Hand Book Catalogue Just Ready. 138a SOUTH AFRICA-ROYAL ITAII, IlOUTE UNION CASTLE LINE. LONDON AND SOUTHAMl'TON. To Cape Colony, Natal. Delagoa Bay, Beiia, &c. calling frequently at Madeira, Las Palmas, Teneriffe, Ascension, and St. Helena. Weekly Sailings, Fast Passages, Su- perior Accomodation, Best Route. For Kates of Passage money and all further information, apply the Managers- Donald,Cmri« & Co., London, or to oeal Agents. isaa oeal Agents. isaa Public Notice. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. LOANS. £50 AND UPWARDS. THE CORPORATION are prepared to receive JL Loans on Security of Funds, Rates, and Cor- porate Property. Interest at 3 per centum per annum, payable half-yearly. Particulars may be obtained from the Assistant Borough Accountant, Corporation Offices, or of A. J. HUGHES, 487 TOWN CLERK. 1 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. WILD PROTECTION, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by an Order made by the Secretary ot State the following Wild Birds and Wild Birds' Eggs are protected within the area of the Administrative County of Cardigan, in addition to the Wild Birds protected by the Wild Birds Protection Act, 1880. 1. The following species of Wild Birds are pro- tected as if those species were included in the Schedule to the aforesaid Principal Act:— Kestrel Kite Buzzard Peregrine Falcon Hen Harrier Heron Chough Water Ouzel 2. The following species of Wild Birds are pro- tected during the period between the 31st day of July in any year and the 2nd day of March following:— Bittern Buzzard Kite Kestrel Gulls (except Black-backed Gull) Heron Chough Spoonbill Kingfisher Dipper or Water Ouzel Owls of all kinds Woodpeckers Goldfinch Linnets Woodlark Skylark Black Cap Stone Chat Brown Wren Golden Crested Wren 3. The Eggs of the following species of Wild Birds are protected :— Buzzard Kite Kestrel Peregrine Falcon Red-backed Shrike Nightjar Woodpeckers Chough Heron Curlew Gulls (except black-backed Gull) Oyster Catcher Wild Duck Teal Sheldrake Moorhen Water Ouzel Owls of all kinds Kingfisher Snipe Landrail or Corncrake Goldfinch Black Cap Skylark Woodlark Warblers (Garden, Reed, Sedge, Grass- hopper, Willow and Wood Warblers, and Chiffchaff) Flycatcher Golden Crested Wren AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that any person who shall kill, take, or destroy any of the above-named Wild Birds or Wild Birds' Eggs within the area of the said County of Cardigan, is liable on con- viction to a penalty not exceeding One Pound for every such Bird or Egg so killep, taken, or destroyed. (By order) H. C. FRYER, Clerk to the County Council. February, 1905. 106a EDUCATION ACT, 1902, SECTION 8 (3). CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance with the Provisions of Section 8 (1) and 31 of the Education Act, 1902, that the County Coun- cil of Cardigan, being the Local Education Authority for the purposes of Part III of that Act, propose to accept a transfer to them under the pro- visions of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, of the British School, situated at Aberayron, in the Urban District of Aberayron. The School will be available for the following area:— THE ABERAYRON URBAN DISTRICT Signed, JENKIN JAMES, Clerk to the Local Education Dated, Feb. 4th, 1905. Authority. Section 8 (1) and (3) of the Education Act, 1902, provides as follows:— (1) Where the Local Education Authority or any other persons propose fo provide a •' new public elementary school, they shall give public notice of their intention to do so, and the Managers of any existing school, or the Local Education Authority (where they "are not themselves the persons proposing to 1, provide the school), or any ten ratepayers in ".in the area for which it is proposed to pro- posed to provide the school, may, within three months after the notice is given, appeal to the Board of Education en the ground that the proposed school is not required, or that a school provided by the Local Education Authority, or not so provided, as the case ivay be, is better suited to meet the wants of the district than the school proposed to be provided, and any school built in contraven- tion of the decision of the Board of Educa- tion on such appeal shall be treated as UIl- necessary." (3) Any transfer of a public elementary school to or from a Local Education Author- ity, shall for the purposes of this section be treated as the provision of a new scnool." 75a EDUCATION ACT, 1902, SECTION 8 (3). CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance with the Provisions of Section 8 (1) and (3) of the Education Act, 1902, that the County Coun- cil of Cardigan, being the Local Education Authority for the purpose of Part III, of that Act, propose to accept a transfer to them under the pro- visions of the Elementary Education Act, 1870, of the British School, situated at Llanddewi Aber- arth, in the Parish of Llanddewi Aberarth. The school will be available for the following ing area LLANDDEWI ABERARTH UPPER PARISH. Signed, JENKIN JAMES, Clerk to the Local Education Dated, Feb. 4tb, 1905. Authority. Section 8 (1) and (3) of the Education Act, 1902, provides as follows "(1) Where the Local Education Authority or any other persons propose to provide a new public elementary school, they shall give public notice of their intention to do so, and the Managers of any existing school, or the Local Education Authority (where they are not themselves the persons proposing to pro- vide the school), or any ten ratepayers in the area for which it is proposed to provide the school, may, within three months after the notice is given, appeal to the Board of Edu- cation on the ground that the proposed school is not required, or that a school pro- vided by the Local Education Authority, or not so provided, as the case may be, is better suited to meet the wants of the district than the school proposed to be provided, and any school built in contravention of the decision of the Board of Education on such appeal shall be treated as unnecessary." (3) Any transfer of a public Elementary School to or from a Locol Education Author- ity shall for the purposes of this section be treated as the provision of a new school." 76a THE ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES, MOUNTAIN ASH. AUGUST 7th, 8ih, 9th, AND 10th, 1905. £ 1 .BOO IN PRIZES. Programmes 7d. post free. Further particulars apply to- G. A. EVANS. 1 Q 136a. D. T. EVANS. J ^cretaneg. (F:iJ.¡*i:)t, ;.I t. Pudlic Notices. CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. MIDWIVES ACT, 1902 (2 Edw. 7. c. 17). THE CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL -JL desires to draw attention to the chief pro- visions of the Mid wives Act, 1902. which materially affects the legal position of all Midwives. 1. After the 1st April, 1905, no woman may call herself a midwife unless certified as the Act provides. 2. After the 1st April, 1910, no woman may practise (i.e. habitually and for gain attend women in childbirth otherwise than under the direction of a qualified medical practitioner), unless certified as tbe Actjprovides. 3. Any WdiMAfi who before the 31st March, 1905, claims to be certified under the Act may be so certified if (a) She holds a Certificate in Midwifery from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, or from the Obstetrical Society of London, or the Coombe Lying-in Hospital and Guinness's Dispensary, or the Rotunda Hospital for the Relief of the Poor Lying-in Worsen of Dublin. Or (b) She holds such other Certificate in Mid- wifery as the Central Midwives Board may approve. or (e) She satisfies the Central Midwives Board that she has been in bond flit practice as a midwife for at least a year prior of 31st Jnly, 1902, and that she bears a good character. 4. A woman not included within one of these three classes will be required to pass the examina- tion of the Central Midwives Board befott obtaining a Certificate. 5. Applications to be certified must be made to the Central Midwives Board in accordance with the rules and regulations to be prescribed by the Board. and such fees will be payable for the examination and the Certificate as the Privy Council may sanction. 6. The names of all certified midwives will be entered on the Midwives Roll. 7. Every certificate midwife must before com- mencing to practise, or holding herself out as practising, give notice in writing, on the prescribed form, to the local supervisiag authority, and must give a similar notice in the month of January in every year during which she continues to practise. 8. No certified midwife may employ an un- certified substitute. 9. A midwife may be suspended from practice in order to prevent the spread of Infectious disease, or may be removed from the roll for disobeying the rules and regulations of the Central Midwives Board, or for other misconduct. 10. Penalties are prescribed for any infringe- ment af the foregoing provisions (1) (2) and (7) also for obtaining a certificate by false representa- tion, or for wilful falsification of the Midwives Roll. 11. An appeal lies to the High Court of Justice from any decision of the Central Midwives Board removing a midwife's name from the Roll, and to the Court of Quarter Sessions from any Summary Conviction for an offence under the Act. H. C, YER, Clerk of the County Council of Cardigan- shire, being the Local Supervising 149a Authority under the Act. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. -r- TABERNACLE C.M. CHURtR. ABERYSTWYTH A GRAND BAZAAR In aid of the Renovation and Organ Fund of the above will be held in October next (No raffling). Mrs T, E. ELLIS, Hon. Sec. T. D. JENKINS ,o • 127a IVOR EVANS j Secretaries. ABERYSTWYTH COB IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. THE above Society will hold its Show for Stallions to travel the district this Season on MONDAY, Amil 3rd. Prize, £25 0 0. The Stallion must not be less than 15.2, or more than 15.3 hands high, and must have plenty of Bone, For particulars apply to 148a. RUFUS WILLIAMS. CILCENIN HORSE SHOW, WILL BE HELD On Tuesday, March 14th, 1905. Entrance to [Field, 6d. Children under 12 half- pric SALUTATION HOTEL, NEWCASTE EMLYN. On FRIDAY, MARCH 10th, at 2 p.m., Mr. W. A. COX, Of CHEMICAL WORKS late H. & E. ALBERT, WILL GIVE H Calk on Basic Slag. WITH MAGIC LANTERN SLIDES, SHOWING (1) How Basic Slag is Produced. (2) Use of Basic Slag on Roots. (Advantage of Drilling in Spring with the Seed.) (3) Its Effects on Other Crops. (4) Relative Feeding Value of Produce Differently Manured. Also at CHEPSTOW, 7th, at 3-30. MAMHILAD, 8th, at 7. MYDRIM, 9tb, at 7. WHITLAND, 11th, at 7th. All Farmers Invited. 1391\ Admission Free. ^TLIST OF LODGINGS. A new and revised edition of the List of Hotels and 'Inns, Farmhouse, and Country Lodgings' in the district served by the Cambrian Railways will be issued ready for the coming season. A fee of one shilling will be charged for the insertion of any name and address. Names and addresses of Farmers, Hotel Proprietors, and Lodging House Keepers, having accommodation to offer, should be sent to any of the Company's Station Masters, or to Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry, accompanied by a re- mittance, not later than March 6th, next. The Company reserve the right of accepting or rejecting any application. JOHN LLOYD & SONS. BILLPOSTERS, ABERYSTWYTH. Sales by Auction. ABERYSTWYTH SALE ROOMS. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS Daniel, Son, and Meredith Will Sell by Auction, as above On Thursday, March 16th, 1905, A valuable assemblage of HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and other Effects. Sale at 2 p.m. Credit on conditions. 113a TYCANOL FARM, (Close to Ynyslas Railway Station). Highly important sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. Daniel, Son, and Meredith Have been instructed by Mr. L. Pugh to sell by auction, at the above place, On Wednesday, March 22nd, 1905, THE WHOLE OF THE VALUABLE LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, Including 2 Powerful Cart Mares, a number of Cobs and Fillies; 5 capital Milch Cows, 14 excellent Bullocks, Heifers, and Calves, 220 Welsh Breeding tEwes, also cross-bred Ewes, Kerry, Wiltshire, and Shropshire Rams. A splendid collection of valuable and modern Farming Implements, a large quantity of Irish Oats and barley in bags, also a quantity of Potatoes, Hay and Straw. Dairy Utensils, and part of the Household Farniture.; Luncheon at 10. Sale at 11 prompt. Credit on Conditions. GWARLLYN, PONTERWYD. MR. J. E. JAMES Has been instructed by Mr Joseph Davies to sell by Public Auction, at the above place, On Friday, March lotit, 1905, The following STOCK, FURNITURE, AND IMPLEMENTS. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock sharp. Three months' credit on sums of 21s and upwards upon approved security. 119a YNYSFACH, TWO MILES FROM GLANDOVEY STATION On the Cambrian Railways. To be sold by Public Auction on Tuesday, March 21st, 1905, BY MR. J. E. JAMES, Instructed by Mr. Morgan Jones, who is retiring from farming, the whole of the Live and Dead stock, comprising- 22 HEAD OF BLACK CATTLE, 2 Horses, an useful collection of Implements, &c., together with a quantity of Household Furniture, comprising some valuable pieces of Old Oak. Terms, Credit on Conditions. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock sharp. 150a. FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS. IN THE TOWN OF MACHYNLLETH, splen- didly situated in a central and convenient position. 11 Piots Building Land. Admirably adapted for the erection of private houses or business premises. The above, which possess good frontage to private roads, and to the Machynlleth new street, and contain altogether about 3,225 square yards, will be offered for Sale by Auction by Messrs. GILLART & SONS at the Wynnstay Hotel, Machynlleth. On WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22nd, 1905. at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Particulars and conditions of sale may be ob- tained of the Auctioneers, and a plan of the pro- perty may be inspected at their office at Macbyn- lleth, or at the office of Mr. John Rowlands, Solicitor, Machynlleth. 143a. LLANDYSSIL, CARMARTHENSHIRE. TIMBER AND STEAM SAW MILLS (near the G.W.R. Station, Llandyssil). Mr Arthur S. T. Lucas Has been instructed by the Proprietors of the above Saw Mills, to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises, On Tuesday and Wednesday, March 14tlt and 15th, 1905, the whole of the MACHINERY & STOCKS-IN-TRADE, Comprising: 16 Nom. H.P. Semi-Portable Engine byfMarshall, Log Frame (50ft. carriage) 6ft x 3ft. Saw Bench, Band Sawing Machine, Rack Bench to take 5ft. saw (40ft carriage), Jack (2 Tons), Tram Rails, Saws, Triangle Shears, Tools, etc., etc.; also Stores, Belting, etc., etc. 54 Standards Pitchpine Boards, 708 Red and Spruce Deals, Logs of Oak, 360 cubic feet of Pine Logs, Red and Yellow Pine, 80 squares of Assorted Match-boarding, large quantity of White Boards, Rafters, Battens, Mouldings, and Building Material, etc., etc. For full particulars see auction posters and catalogues. Also the Lease of the Premises held for 21 years from 1902, at a reutal of P,21 per annum, deter- minable at 7 or 14 years. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. precisely. Terms Cash at close of auction. For catalogues and further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, 6, Rutland-street, Swansea or to Mr. John R. Richards, Solicitor to the Proprietors, 31, Fisher-street, Swansea. 144a. ABERYSTWYTH BREAKWATER CONTRACT. SALE OF VALUABLE CONTRACTORS' PLANT, MACHINERY, TIMBER, See. Mr. Charles D. Phillips (JUNR) (Contractors' Auctioneer), Has been honoured with instructions from E. R. Lester, Esq., Contractor, Plymouth to sell by auction On Wednesday, March 15th, 1505. Owing to the completion of contract, the whole of the VALUABLE CONTRACTORS' PLANT, MACHINERY, TIMBER, &c. Including3-TON STEAM DERRICK CRANE, 60ft. Jib, fitted on travelling Bogies; 2-TON STEAM WHARF CRANE; 3-TON and 4-TON HAND DERRICK CRANES, 30ft. and 40ft. Jibs. TWO VERTICAL CROSS-TUBE BOILERS, 9ft. by 4ft. 3in, and 7ft. 9in. x 3ft. 6in; TWO C.I. AIR RECEIVERS, 9ft. long x 18in. dia.; Piling Frame, SOUTHGATE STEAM MONKEY, EXCELLENT PORTABLE STEAM HOIST, on travelling wheels for road or rail; two 1 cubic yard W.I Skips, seven Bogies, 20in. gauge; two 6-ton Srew Jacks, Jim Crow, Pinch and Crow Bars, Steel Drills, Cross-cut Saws and various other Tools and Stores. 250ft. 2-inch Galvinised Piping, Sling and other Chains, about 15-TONS OF BRIDGE and F. B. RAILS, about 2,000 CUBIC FEET P.P. BAULKS and Half-timoer", quantity of Pile Ends (Karri Hard- wood), several lengths of new 4in. x 4in. Angle Iron, Fly-wheel Donkey Pump, 4in. Staple Vice, Hanging Lamps, Portable Forge, Anvil and con- tents ot Smiths' Shops, several Corrugated Iron and Timber Buildings, Firewood, and numerous other lots. For Catalogues and Fuither Particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Prince's-chambers. St. John's- square, Cardiff. Telegrams, "Realise," Cardiff; Nat. Tel. 317. ]132a ) Farmers and others should instruct their Auctioneers to send their to J the "'WELSH GAZETIBL Sales by Auction. 1250 HORSES 80 GUINEAS PRIZES. j THE LARGEST SALE IN THE WORLD. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD & SONS invite entries for March 8th, 9tb, and 10th; Light Horses. March 15th, 16th, and 17th, Heavy Horses and Shires. Entries finally close by Monday's post, February 27th, j NEXT CREWE SALES, FEBY. 9TH AND 10TH. 72a VILLAGE OF LLANON. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. Mr. John Jones Will offer for Sale by Public Auction on the Premises On FRIDAY, the 10th Day of MARCH, 1905, at 3 o'clock p.m. (subject to conditions to be then produced) the old-established Public House and Premises known as the "SUN INN," situate in the Village of Llanon, in the parish of Llansantffraed, in the .County of Cardigan, now in the occupation of Mr. Evan Jones. The property, which is fully licensed, adjoins the main road leading from Aberystwyth to Aberayron, and is situate in the principal part of the village of Llanon. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Llanon, or to Messrs Robertsjand Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. 104a Education. LLANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MR. S. STEPHENS, B.A. Inter., B.Sc., London, a First-Class Certificate in Agriculture, prepares pupils for the Welsh and the London Matriculation and the Civil Service, while Practical Weighing and Measuring, Agri- culture, Book-keeping, and Shorthand receive careful attention. Music is taught by a lady. Classes for adults are held on Wednesday venings and Saturday mornings. Prospectus on applicatipn. 411 Aberystwyth County School (FOR 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, &c N. H. THOMAS, M.A„ (Oxon.). Classics. T. O. PIERCE, B.Sc., Science and Mathematics. ERNESr JONES, B.Sc. J, H. APPLETON, Cert. Art Master, Drawing, &c. MISS H. BERTHA JONES, Cookery, &c. Fees per term, payable in advance- Tuition fee £ 1 13s. 4d. For use of books.-LO 2s. 6d. 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 elevation, and are within easy reach of every part of the town. The School re-opens on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1905. Any further information may be obtained rom the Headmaster, or from me, JOHN EVANS, 6, Portland Street, Clerk. Aberystwyth. Cardigan County Schools, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Established under the Welsh Education Act. Headmaster:— D. REES, M.A. (London), Ph. D. (Leipiig) Assistants:- B. MORGAN B.Sc. (Wales). D. WHITE JONES, C.M., F.R.H.S. MISS M. H. JAMES, M.A. (London). MISS A. LEWIS, C.M. MISS G. W. WILLIAMS (Cookery and Laundry). Scholarships and Busaries to the amount ot JE129 annually are tenable at the School. For particulars apply to the Headmaster the Clerk. JAMES STEPHENS. Clerk. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS YICTOBIJ (MARINE) rTIERRAOB A BERYSTWYTH. 1 SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B LLOYD Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a staff of highly qualified j. dent Mistresses and Visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for the London and Wci*» Matriculations. Oxford and Cambridge Ex- aminations, Associated Board of Royal Acad emy of Muvit- and Royal Colleec of muR; Phrsical Tramina.. G.STEPHEN EVANS, A R.C.O. Organist and Choirmaster Portland-street Congregational Church, Aberystwyth, Receives Pupils for Organ, Pianoforte, Singing, Harmony, Theory, &c. Lessons given at own or pupils' residences. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Address- AELYDON, CLIFF TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. 227 BRING YOUR BOOTS TO FLETCHER'S UP-TO-DATE BOOT REPAIRING DEPOT, 37A, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Where you can have them Repaired Neatly, Cheaply, and Quickly. Soled and Heeled. GENTS, 2/6; LADIES, 1/6; Children's, Proportionately Clieap CAMBRIAN HOUSE, Newcastle Emlyn. SPECIAL SHOW OF DRESS MATERIALS, LADIES' J ACKETS RAIN PROOFS, FURS. ETC., ALSO v RAND ASSORTMENT OF MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS' READY MADE CLOTHING, WATERPROOF AND RAINPROOF COATS, ETC., ETC. A VISIT OF INSPECTION WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED. 607 IOHN EVANS WILLIAM DAVIES, COWKEEPER9, DAIRYMEN'S & GEN ERAL BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENT, 160, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. INTENDING PURCHASERS will do well to> write or call with Mr. W.D. stating their re- quirements, who has on his register a large seltc- tion of businesses, with or without cows, to suit all buyers, also great number of Dairy and Provi- tion Shops Cymry dewch at y Cymro. Masnachau bob matham bris isel ganddo. 659 Business Notices. THOMAS'S PECTORAL BALSAM Of Horehound, Ipecacuanha, Black Currant, Honey. Liquorice, Wild Cherry, etc. AN UNFAILING REMEDY FOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS. AND OTHER CHEST COMPLAINTS The Cough Mixture for the Million at a popular price. 1/li SIZE, 9id. PER BOTTLE. SOLE SELLING AGENT :— THOMAS CASH CHEMIST, ABERYSTWYTH. 4 HAIRDRESSING SALOONS. LADIES & GENTS. 14, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Electric Hair Massage. Electric Hair Blushing. > Manicure, Chiropody, by experienced assistant. FINEST AND MOST SANITARY SALOONS IN WALKS. Fring Nets, and Back Nets. Best Value in Shades. J. J. McDOWALL, (Late A. Joinson.) PROPRIETOR. TO FARMERS. FARMERS contemplating renewing their PLOUGH- ING MACHINERY cannot do better than take a LION PLOUGH. Its special merits are SOUND and DURABLE CON- STRUCTION, and it is adapted to suit the Local Soils. Also Agents for RANSOME'S DOUBLE AND SINGLE PLOUGHS. A LARGE QUANTITY OF SHEARS ALWAYS IN STOCK. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- Messrs. JONES & SONS, LION BETTWS, AND MARKET PLACE, NEWCASTLE EMLYN. 42a ) London House, Great Darkgate street, Aberystwyth. Amrywiaeth mawr o Nwyddau Dillad o bob math oewydd ddod i mewn at gyfer y gauaf. Rowland Morgan. 00 ti6 r"1 rn o rn ¡-1 o I r.n >t EYES SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED AND SPECTACLES & GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED. W. Miall Jones, Chemist and Optician, 33, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH ALL FOR ONE SHILLING. R. W. Woolcfieh's Arabian Oil Embrocation. The Great Cure for Wounds, Ac. In use for 100 year Does not contain ammonia or turpertine, and is therefor safe to use. A SPECIALITY. No bathing or binding re- quired, the hair will grow same colour. It. leaves no mark Flies will not touch an:y part where it is applied. Animalf like it to be applied, as it soothes the wound immediately. It cures Burns, Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, and any Skin Eruption. Fuller particulars wrapped raund each bottle. Do not use burning or smart- ing remedies, it is cruel. Use Arabian Oil Embrocation, the best in the W«rld. Sold by all Chemists, Saddlers, Grocers, Ac., or direct for IS from the Sole Proprietor-, R. W. WOOLCOCK, CARDIGAN, trriHE CHARM OF HOME is -I- the song of a grand up- standing Hartz Mountain Roller Canary, lovely songsters, either deep rich yeilow or variegated. Singer, with cage, drinking well and feeder free. 1 for 2/9, 2 for 5/ —Relland, 23, Yernon-road, Turnpike -RellanO,. 23, Vernon-road.Tarnpike Lane, Hornsey, London. 115a SURVEYING. Mr H. W. Kensit, C.E. (Experience gained in England, British Columbia and America). Mines,Quarries, Ditches, Tram Lines, etc.. Surveyed and Levelled. Plans, Sections, and Estimates of all kinds prepared. Pupils are given a thoroughly practical training in all branches of up-to-date methods of land and mine surveying, draughtsmanship, etc., thereby fitting them for good portions at home or abroad.J ADDRESS-OCEAN VIEW, 572 ABERYSTWYTH. Peake & Co. LATE R. PEAKE, PAINTERS, PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS, HOUSE DECORATORS, &c. Wish to convey their thanks to their customers for past favors, and if favoured with future patronage, will carry out all ordeus in a business and workmanlike manner. uya