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CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOOTBALL & HOCKEY PARTIES. SPECIAL EXCURSION FACILITIES are offered -to the above Parties s (Minimum 10 Passengers). -w-d the Secretaries are invited to communicate with the Traffic Manager for fall particulars. "No U. T." BAZAAR, ABERYSTWYTH, November 15th, 16th and 17th. I ON THE ABOVE DATES CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED TO ABERYSTWYTH, FROM -NEWTOWN. FOOTBALL MATCHES, NOVEMBER, 1910. AT GOODISON PARK: EVERTON T. BLACKBURN ROVERS November 19th. AT ANFIELD ROAD: LIVERPOOL v. MANCHESTER 'UNITED November 26th. MANCHESTER CITY v. NOTTS ,-FORE ST November 19th. MANCHESTER CITY Yo OLDHAM ATHLETIC. November 2bth. DAY EXCURSION" TICKETS WO LIVERPOOL & MANCHESTER, From NEWTOWN on these Dates. MANCHESTER RACES, Thursday, Friday & Saturday, November 24th, 25th and 26th. LEAGUE MATCH—MANCHESTER CITY v. OLDHAM A., November 26th. ON EACH OF TEE ABOVE DATES CHEAP DAY TICKETS Will be Issued to MANCHESTER, From NEWTOWN by 6-57 A.m. Train. BIRMINGHAM CATTLE & POULTRY SHOW, NOTEMBER 26th to DECEMBER 1st. BIRMINGHAM RACES, November 28th & 29th. ON MGNDAY, November .28th, On TUESDAY, November 29th, On WEDNESDAY, November 30th, DAY & PERIOB TICKETS will be issued TO BIRMINGHAM, From NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERY, Ac. EVERY MONDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY DURING NOVEMBER, and Until Further Notice, DAY EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED TO LIVERPOOL & MANCHESTER From NEWTOWN by 6-57 a.m. Train. Third Class Return Fare, 4/9. EXCURSIONS TO LONDON. ROTAL AGRICULTURAL HALL: STANLEY CYCLE SHOW, November 11th to 19th. CRYSTAL PALACE: POULTRY SHOW, November 15th to 17th. i ON TUESDAY, Nov. 15th, for 2, 3 or 5 Days, EXCURSION TICKETS Will be Issued TO LONDON (EUSTON), FROM NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERY, &c. EVERY THURSDAY & SATURDAY DURING NOVEMBER And until Further Notice, .I DAY EXCURSION TICKETS Will be Issued to WOLVERHAMPTON and BIRMINGHAM, LEAVING NEWTOWN at 8-25 a.m. Third Class Fares for the Double Journey to Wolverhampton, 3/9. To Birmingham, 4/3. Full Particulars of the above Excursions can be had at the Stations CBAS. L. CONACHER, Oswoatry November, 1910. Traffic Manager. I In the | I Pink of Condition Bis an unusual sensation for j most people, whereas it should j be the ordinary, every-day | | state of health. Indeed the | majority of folk are so accus- g | tomed to what may be called "half health" that anything like real fitness would be for | them a special and rather rare | experience. It is, however, a g great and mischievous error | ■ to imagine that perfect health j is something unattainable. | i I | Thanks to s the splendid properties of what g has been called the World's ] I Premier Medicin^. perfect health and capacity for the duties and pleasures of life are within reach of most people. Get that truth well planted in your understanding, and never be satisfied until you are in the pink of condition, which will be in an astonishingly short Get that truth well planted in your understanding, and never be satisfied until you are in the pink of condition, which will be in an astonishingly short time after you begin to take I Beecham's Pills j B Sold everywhere in boxes, h price Illi (56 pills) & 2/9 (163 pill-). Iod.i a. -¿ HAVE YOU HAD A COPY of the 2d. Guide to Newtown F—Write for one to the 'Express' Office. PASSENGER TRAIN ALTERATIONS FOR NOVEMBER, 1910. With the following exception there will be no alterations in the running of this Company's trains for November, and the Time Tables dated October will therefore remain in force. The 11-5 a.m. train from Paddington (1-10 p.m. ex Birmingham, Snow Hill) will run as under:— Dolgelley, dep. 4-40 p.m. Barmouth, arr. 5-10 p.m. CHAS. L. CONACHER, Oswestry, Oct., 1910. Traffic Manager. MONEY. DEAR SIR or MADAM,—Are you requiring a prompt and Private Cash advance P If so, you cannot do better than write for my terms, free of charge. I lend .£10 and upwards at Lowest Interest and Payments, upon N ote-of-Hand, or on Policies, Deeds, etc. You can rely upon straight dealings and strict privacy. Write at once (in strict confidence) to F. W. HUGHES, "Silver- dale," 63, Kingswood-road, Moseley, Birmingham. —————————————————————————————— One of Pentrerhedyn Street, Many. Machynlleth, Oct. llth, 1910. To PHILLIPS' MUSIC SALON, Newtown. GENTLEMEN,— I am pleased to inform you that the NEW PIANO gives every satisfaction to all concerned. Its Tone and Case-appearance is highly praised. Yours respectfully, Rev. D. H. HUGHES, Correspondent. Machynlleth Council School