Search 15 million Welsh newspaper articles
4 articles on this Page
irff)$, Carriages, BIRTH. CHAPMAN.—On the 2nd November, at Henfron, Llandyssil, Montgomery, the wife of T. Vaughan Chapman, of a daughter. DEATHS. GETHiN.-On November 2nd, at Tycoch, Llan- wyddelan, Margaret Ann, daughter of Richard Edward and the late Annie Gethin, aged 15 years Mop.Ris-.On November 4th, at Evan's Court, New Church-street, Newtown, Jane Morris, aged 80 years. OWEN.-November 1st, at Maesbury House, Llan- idloes, Mary Elizabeth, wife of Mr David Humphreys Owen, aged 40 years. 3n IJilemortaOT. DENLY-OWEN.-In loving memory of my dear nephew, John Denly Owen, who died Monday, November 9tb, 1903, at 22, Crescent-street, aged 31 years. Sleep dear one, thy task is o'er, Thy willing hands shall toil no more Sleep, dear one, in peace, Perfect peace. —From dear Aunty. MATTHEWS.—In Loving Memory of George Mansfield Matthews, Post Office, Garthmyl, who died November 7fch, 1909, aged 23 years. We think of him in silence, We did not see him die, We only know he passed away, And could not say good-bye. —Sadly missed by Father, Mother, Brother and Sisters.
NEWTOWN MONUMENTAL WORKS GEO. H. BUTT & Co., MONUMENTAL SCULPTORS. All kinds of Marble, Granite, Slate, and Stone Work executed in best style at moderate price. INSCRIPTIONS CUT AND MEMORIALS RENOVATED. A Choice Selection of Wreaths in stock. Depots also at LLANFAIR-CAE REINION and BRA YADER. oOOT Printed and published by WILLIAM Puox PHILLIPS and GILBBBT NOBTOW PKUXXPB (trading as PHILLIPS & SON), at their Offices, St. Mary's Printing Worfc*, OW Ohurob-strMt, KivWnu
TRADE NOTICES. TURNER BROS.' WINTER MACHINERY. -j 'j -ccc£;JL_c -?r¿- OIL ENGINES, CHAFF CUTTERS, PULPERS, SHEEP RACKS, CATTLE CRIBS, POULTRY HOUSES. EXCEPTIONAL PRODUCTIONS AT MADAME BELLIS'S, Severn Street, 'NEWTOWN. CHANTECLER, FUR, FELT, SATIN, VELVET, and STRAW HATS, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. LADIES' LONG COATS FROM 6/11. CHILDREN'S FROM 3/11. FUIbS FROM 2 11 to 105/ DICKS' BOOTS ARE THE BEST. Over 50 Years' Reputation for HONEST VALUE and Sound, Reliable Goods. BOOTS FOR "R n "V R' A PAIR OP R>YJ X O COUNTRY & GIKLS, WEAR. DICKS BOOTS BOOTS. Tho Dry foot and Holdfast" Before the Winter begins ia « Hardwear" and Brands. an. Investment which gives "Nature Form." Perfectly Big Health Dividends. Perfect Comfort Waterproof. & and Ease. Most Modern DESIGNS & SHAPES with the Old- Fashioned Quality of Material. 47 Broad St., Newtown. HUGHES & ROBERTS XJk NEW SEASON JSC OVERCOATS IN I V V ALL THE NEWEST PRODUCTIONS. I 'RAINCOATS, L >JLf TWEED OVERCOATS, /sj D. B. ULSTERS, Moss Fleece Finish, k I gffl FOR I Wm Juveniles, Boys', Youths', t |l|J Young Men, and Gent's. V 1 m NEWEST CUT, Stylish and Up-to-date, t !8 Lowest Prices. SHIRTS IN LARGE VARIETY UNDERWEAR THE EMPORIUM, XX, NEWTOWN, (LATE E. LEWIS) Swain's Prime Home-cured Hams and Bacon ARE NOW IN SPLENDID CONDITION. A Foil Stock of all Kinds of Provisions of the Finest Quality. JOHN SWAIN HAM AND BACON CURER, 23. HIGH STREET, NEWTOWN. LION HOTEL, NEWTOWN. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL. ORDINARY DAILY from 12 till 2 p.m. CATERING for Balls, Parties and Dinners a Speciality FUNERALS AND WEDDINGS FURNISHED. POSTING AND STABLING. Proprietor i—HENRY BE ALE. ^■■■ ARTIFICIAL TEETH. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. GIFFORD CANT Afik c/o Mr. A. BREESE, Broad Street, Chemist, WELSHPOOL, DAIL y- TUESDA YS- LID. to 7 p.m. tl,, 10 to 7 p.m. 4 JNact Door to Bank, LLANFAIR, First Friday in Month only. TRADE NOTICES. Overcoats and ft Lounge Jg, mm*. Suits. Mm JB This season's WH[| ifi styles in a//N|fe* HI illP pJM .the fashion- m I • QU JltlU wfy ab,e patterns I I || |i| j|J|rof good service- Uj/ f || |i| jfti able materials, I TH I I ii|i| |ll perfectly tailor- I JmJ j Iff tit liecf. Clothes that II if I wtt' g,ve y°U II 1 H If awc' jfi II I '^W add to our good Jr reputation* IF YOU ARE AFTER VALUE you should see the SPECIAL LINES in MEN'S OVERCOATS at 21/ 25/6, and 31/ at 9 London House, LiL TV lO O NEWTOWN. SPECIAL SHOW OF WINTER FOOTWEAR! ARTHUR SWAIN, THE CROSS BOOT STORES, NEWTOWN. BEBB'S for Cake for Tea Parties. ¡ Currant, Sultana, and Seed Cake. BEST QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES. I BEBB, Confectioner, NEWTOWN. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. H. B. SMYTH (and J. T. TONES). Daily Attendance at CLIFTON TERRACE, NEWTOWN, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. NELSHPOOL-MONDAYS, BRIDGE HOUSE, SEVERN STREET. TEETH EXTRACTED, FILLED AND SCALED FOR CHEAPNESS AND QUALITY! STAFFORD HOUSE, SEVERN STREET, NEWTOWN. GREAT CLEARANCE S ALE Terms STRICTLY CASH. Miss EDMUNDS "DEGrS to announce a Sale of her Large and Well-assorted Stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, including goods in the following well-known Brands: -,K" Boots, Flexilis, Abbotsford, Lilian, F. & S. in Nailed Boots, etc, This will be a good opportunity of obtaining reliable goods at a much reduced rate, every pair being marked down. Old stock or slightly soiled to be sold under cost price. SALE TO COMMENCE OCTOBER 22nd, AND TO BE CONTINUED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. NO MORE Difficulty of NO MORE Sleepless Nights. NO MORE Distressing Coughs. DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for COUGH DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for COLDS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for ASTHMA DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for BRONCHITIS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for HOARSENESS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for INFLUENZA DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for SORE THROAT DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE—Most Soothing DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE Warms the Chest DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE dissolves the Phlegm DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for SINGERS. DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Public Speakers DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for COUGHS DAVIES'S CUOGH MIXTURE for COLDS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for ASTHMA DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for BRONCHITIS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for HOARSENESS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for INFLUENZA DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for SORE THROAT DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE-Most Soothing DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE Warms the Chest DAVIES'S COUGH MIXfURE dissolves the Phlegm DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for SINGERS DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Public Speakers DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE THE SAFE DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE COUGH CUBE. THE GREAT WELSH REMEDY. 13id. and 2a. 9d. Bottles. Sold Everywhere. Sweeter than Honey Children ike it. HUGH DAVIES, Chemist Machynlleth I 25 I PENCE FOR THIS SUM you may obtain a Pound JD Packet of Excellent Vellnm Parchment Note Paper.—WITH THE NAME OF YOUR RESIDENCE PRINTED UPON IT in Copper- plate Style,—and One Hundred Envelopes to match, at- PHILLIPS & SON'S, 19, BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. COMMERCIAL STREET MONUMENTAL WORKS, NEWTOWN, MORRIS BROS., Monumental Masons, Soulptors & Engravers, Are prepared to execute Work in Marble, Granite, Stone, and Slate, in the very best atyle at low prices. Designs and Price List on Application. Artificial Wreaths a Speciality. f TRADE NOTICES. ) or crt cr Wm Leggings of every kind I \V 7E ke £ P one of the best Jv P W stoc^5 Leggings in the county, and we have an- imlS^na ticipated a good demand (or them ffifl 1SK mfuFwifiS this season by bringing our stock mill iluur fmwhmlflu thoroughly up-to-date. We have H3I Hi If ail the best kinds of Leggings in Wfl Hf IMIIiMf stock, and the best quality—and we nfl Iff WuWm offer you exceptionally good value. 1M CROFTS, NEWTOWN. HIGH-CLASS LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, 29, Broad Street, NEWTOWN, A Choice Selection of Choice Selection of High-Class Goods in Costume Cloths, Tweed Suitings, &c., LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES MR. EDWARD ELLIS, Ph.C., F.S.M.C. &c. (Lond.), (Holder of the highest Diplomas obtainable for Sight Testing). Sight-testing Specialist and Consulting Ophthalmic Optician. LLANFAIR, Nr. Welshpool. Recommended by Eminent Medical Men. The only Qualified Sight-testing Optician in the County All kinds of Speotacles and Eyeglasses Scientifi- cally Fitted. Testimonials Continually Received. Consultations fcy Appointment. (512) ALL UP-TO-DATE STYLES IN LADIES AND CHILDREN'S HATS, /lAimq LUAIb, & pALET0TS, FURS & GLOVES. FLANNELETTES AT ALL PRICES. EDWARDS'S, BRYN STREET, NEWTOWN. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President: The Right Hon. Lord Rendel. Principal: T. F.Roberts, M.A. (Oxon) LL.D. (Vict) STUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, ks Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Com- position Fee, £ 10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, J61. Men Students reside in Registered Lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel. Warden: Prof. J.W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden: Miss E. A. Fewings. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture, and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DA VIES, M.A., Registrar. MARINE STORES. BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR OLD IRON BRASS, COPPER, LEAD, RAGS, BONES RABBIT SKINS AND HORSE HAIR. NOTE ADDRESS:— ISAIAH ARNOLD, THE OLD FACTORY, (Next Door to Davies's Corn Warehouse), Frolic Street, NEWTOWN. COALS. BEST VALUE at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES MORRIS & SONS, COAL FACTORS, RAILWAY WHARF & PARK-ST., NEWTOWN Are prepared to quote to intending purchaseis for all classes of Coals at lowest possible prices, either by the load or truck loads. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. N.B.—Morris and Son having had many years experience in the trade, solicit a trial. P151 Eagle Brewery, Newtown TO FARMERS AND OTHERS S. POWELL, BREWER, MALTSTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. SPECIALLY HOME BREWED HARVEST ALES 8d., 10d. & Is. per Gall. Made from the Choicest Malt and Hops. DUBLIN and other STOUTS in all Size Casks. Agent for Welshpool-PAnitT. Victoria Vaults. New Mills-PRoCTOR.. LlaDbadam-Mrs CZJWALLADXB. WHY LOOK OLD BEFORE YOUR TIME WHEN DA VIES HAIR RESTORER Will Gradually Change GREY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOUR Price,—Is. per Bottle. POST FREE, 1/3. THIS PREPARATION IS NOT A Dyi, but merely supplies everything needful to restore and main tain a beautiful head of hair. It renews thin weak, grey, or faded Hair to its natural youthful colour, without staining or injuring the most delicate skin. Prevents DanOriff and removes Scurf. Its restorative action is prompt an efficacious, whilst it& fragrant, cooling, emollient properties render it a PLEASANT HAIR WASH FOR ORDINARY USE. rt u equal, if n.)i superior, to the moro expensive and largely advertised Hair Restorers, and its price places it within the reach of all. PREPARED ONLY BY WILLIAM BISHOP, M.P.S., Chemist (Late G. E. DAVIES), POWYS-LAND PHARMACY, 23, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL. NOTICE TO THE CYCLE TRADE! WHEEL-BUILDING, BRAZING, ENAMELLING, AND ALL REPAIRS FOR THE TRADE AT BIRMINGHAM TRADE PRICES Prompt Returns. MACHINES BUILT TO ANY SPECIFICATION I Cir' WHY SEND AWAY when you can I Save Time and Railway Charges. HUMPHREY, CYCLE MAKER AND AGENT NEWTOWN. Agent for PREMIERS, SWIFTS, &C., &C. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is I not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restora- I tive, Contains nothing injurious, and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles price 1/6 (postage 3d extra). Manufacturers :— G. W. HARRISON, Hair Specialist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Newtown:—A. BREESE, Chemist, Newtown. 130 EVAN REES, Monumental and Architectural Sculptor. LLANIDLOES. Monuments and Headstones in Marble, Granite, Stone and Slate. Designs and Price List on application. Memorial Wreaths :-A large assort- ment to choose from. (439)
LLANIDLOES. A letter in reply to Aunt Mona Polly will appear in our next. MARKET PRICES: Butter, Is 2d per lb eggs, 8 for Is. Billiard Handicap.—Thirty-two is the number who have entered for a billiard Christmas handicap which has been ar- ranged in the Public Billiard Rooms. School Governors.—A meeting of the County School Governors was convened for Tuesday evening, but failing to form a quorum, no business was transacted. FREE TEA.—A free tea was held in the Welsh Wesleyan Schoolroom on Friday afternoon, when promises of subscriptions- were made towards the chapel funds to the amount of nearly £100. FOOTBALL.-The Llanidloes Albions en- gaged a Rhayader eleven in a friendly game on the Albions ground on Saturday, and defeated the visitors by eleven goals to nil. Cymmrodorion Society.—Mr Gwilym Ed- munds, J.P., presided over a meeting of the Llanidloes Cymmrodorion Society held on Thursday evening in the Town Hall. Professor J. Bryner Jones, of Aberystwyth University College, delivered an interest- ing lecture on Famous Welsh personali- ties in the Stuart and Tudor periods." On Wednesday a meeting was held at the Congregational Chapel in connection with the Women's Temperance Society, to con- sider the advisability of starting a girls' guild. In the absence of Mrs Edward, Davies, Plas Dinam, Mrs Lloyd Jones, of Llandinam, occupied the chair. The prin- cipal speaker was Mrs Herbert Lewis,. M.A., wife of Mr Herbert Lewis, M.P. It was decided to hold a further meeting this- week. Gifts to the Library.—Mr John James, of Hereford, has presented to the Free Library sixteen bound volumes of the Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography," and a three volume edition of the Life of Napoleon Bounaparte" has been forwarded by Mr W. Evans, a friend of Mr James. Another gift is a framed and engraved portrait of Dr Abraham Rees, F.R.S., who was born at Llanbrynmair in 1743, sent by Mr H. B. Williams, now of Birmingham. Tea and Entertainment.—On Wednesday a tea and concert was held at the Glany- nant Chapel, the proceeds of which went in aid of the chapel funds. After an ex- cellent tea the concert was presided over by Mr J. Kinsey Jones. The programme consisted of renderings by Mr D. R. Owen's choir solos by Misses Hannah Owen, Ethel Owen, Jessie Morgan, and Messrs W. Jones and Bert Davies recitations by Misses May Jones, Hannah May Jones, Blanche Wemyss, and Mr D. M. Jones dialogue by Misses Blanche Wemyss and Blodwen Owen. ACCIDENT TO MR. JOHN MILL-On Mon- day last, whilst at Llanbrynmair supervis- ing some work being done by some of his workmen, Mr John Mills, proprietor of the Railway Iron Foundry, met with a serious accident, as a result of which he is now prostrate with a severely fractured thigh. It appears that Mr Mills was on his way from the Bellan Farm to the Plas, in com- pany with Mr Wigley, the tenant of the Bellan, when he had the misfortune to fall in descending a flight of steps. He lay in the storm quite helpless while Mr Wigley went for assistance. The unfortunate gen- tleman was then conveyed Jo the Bellan farm, and Dr Davies was fetched by Mr Wigley, and arrived in the small hours of Tuesday morning. Examination showed that the patient was severely hurt. Mr Mills bore up well, and thereby greatly aided the efforts of Dr Davies. On Thurs- day afternoon a special train conveyed Mr Mills to Llanidloes, and with the assist- ance of the railway ambulance corps, was safely transferred to his residence at Mid Wales House. Under the skilful attention of Dr Davies and Nurse Duncan his con- dition is improving. The news of the acci- dent was received by the townspeople with much regret, and sympathetic enquiries are daily beng made regarding the sufferer's condition THE NEW MAYOR.—A special meeting of the Council was held on Saturday evening, over which the Mayor (Alderman Edward Hamer) presided. There was a full attend- ance with the exception of Councillor Ed- mund Davies, who was unavoidably absent. The newly-elected councillors inscribed the roll of offlee.The Mayor expressed his gra- tification at the return of Councillors Jer- man, Meredith, and Morris, but regretted the defeat of Councillor David Owen, whom, he said, had been a very useful member. He also extended a hearty welcome to the new councillors, Mr Thomas Evans, Dr Davies, and Mr Edmund Davies.—The chief business of the evening was the election of mayor.—Alderman Edward Davies moved the re-election of Alderman Edward Hamer, and Councillor John Breese seconded.— Alderman George questioned whether it was in order for Alderman Davies to move the re-election. If his memory served him aright, he believed an alderman could not make such a motion, and had no vote in the election of mavor.-Alderman Davies produced a cutting from a London paper, which stated that an outgoing alderman could take no part in the election of mayor, but one not outgoing could do so. This point, he found, was borne out by the authorities.—The Town Clerk coincided, and Alderman George accepted the correction.— To make the matter beyond question, how- ever, Councillor J. K. Jones moved the re- election of Alderman Hamer, and the mo- tion was carried unanimously.—The Mayor returned thanks. OBITUARY.—With regret we record the death of Mrs Owen, wife of Mr D. H. Owen, of Maesbury House, Great Oak- street, who passed away suddenly on Tues- day morning. Mrs Owen, who was 40 years of age, had been engaged with her domestic duties on Monday morning. In the after- noon she complained of feeling ill, and Dr Davies was called in. Her condition was not considered serious, and that night Mr Owen went to bed as usual. The deceased lady called him about four a.m., when he noticed a change. Before aid was obtained, however, she passed away. The funeral took place on Friday afternoon, and was at- tended by a large and representative gather- ing. Blinds were drawn on all business premises. The Revs B. T. Davies and Evan Isaacs officiated. The chief mourners were Mr D. H. Owen (husband), Masters Howard and Arnold Owen (sons), Mr T. Morgan (father), Messrs R. H. Evans, W. Morgan, and D. O. Morgan (brothers), Mr and Mrs W. Jones, Oswestry (sister and brother-in- law), Miss Millie Morgan (sister), Mrs Jones, Ruabon (cousin), Mr D. Owen (father-in-law), Mrs Bliss, Penarth (sister- in-law), Miss Owen (sister-in-law), Mr and Mrs J. H. Meredith (brother and sister-in- law), Mrs Evans and Mrs Gibson (aunts), Mr and Mrs Morgan (uncle and aunt), Mr Charles Morgan, Hereford (cousin), Mr Stephens Humphreys, Carno Mill, Mrs Lloyd, Newtown, Miss Owen, Frankwell, Mrs and Miss Humphreys, Caersws (cousins). The bearers were Messrs T. Morgan, G. Morgan, and E. Humphreys (cousins), and Mr Neville Meredith (nephew). Beautiful floral tributes were sent by the following Mr R. H. Evans, Mr and Mrs William Jones, Oswestry Mr and Mrs Willie George, Llanidloes Mr and Mrs Albert Jones, Ruabon the Llanidloes branch of the British Women's Temperance Society; Mr and Mrs John Morgan, Shirl Heatli, Hereford Mr and Mrs Griffiths, Llan drindod.