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BUTCHERS' HIDE, SKIN AND WOOL Company Limited, New Canal-street, Birmingham. -Current Prices Hidss-—90 and up, —5|; 80 to 89, 54—51; 70 to 79, 5i—5|; 60 to 69, 5&—oh gi 8 9 4 50 to 59, 5f— Hi 49 and under, 5-5k; cows— 60 and up, 54—4| 50 to 59, —4| 49 and under, o £ —4 £ bulls, 4 £ —4f; warbled and irregs., 4-5t. Call, 17 and up. 6: 12 to 16, 7i; 9 to 11, n; light, 7i. Horn* hides, 22/ 20/9, 19/ 17/3, 11/3,8/9. Wools—Lote, 8/9,8/5, 8/ 7/9, 7/6, 7/ 6/9, 5/3. Welsh—4/8, 3/4, 2/2. Fat- Best beef, 3d; best mutton. 3Jd; seconds, 2i-d; common, l £ d. Mixed f,11, 2d. Bones-Marrew, 1/4; waste, lid per score. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. TRAIN SERVICE. ON MONDAY, DECBMBFR 26TH, the follow- ing Passenger Trains will not run :— MAIN LINE. Down. 3.55 p.m. Welsbpool to Machynlleth. Up. 8-10 a.m. Caersws to Welshpool. 1-40 p.m. Welshpool to Oswestry. 1-20 p.m. Machynlleth to Welshpool. 7-10 p.m. Welshpool to Oswestry. ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27TH, the follow- ing Trains will not run :— MAIN LINE. Down. 7-35 a.m. Welsh pool to Newtown. 3-55 p.m. Welsh pool to Machynlleth. Up. 8.10 a.m. Caerswe to Wblshpool. 9-5 a.m. Carno to Newtown. 1-20 p.m. Machynlleth to Welshpool. 7-10 p.m. Welshpool to Oswestry. PASSENGER TRAIN ALTERATIONS FOR DECEMBER, 1910. With the following exceptions There will be no alterations in the running of this Company's trains for December, and the Time Tables dated October, 1910, together with the alterations for November, will, therefore, re- main in force until further notice :— The 7-35 a.m. train from Llanfyllin will leave at 7-30 a.m., and run 5 minutes earlier throughout. The 8-30 ..m. (Wednesdays only) train from Llanfyllin to Oswestry will run at altered times as follows: Llanfyllin dep. 8-20 (un, Bryngwyn LIanfechain 8-30, Llansaintffraid arr. 8-37, dep. 8-47, Llanymynech arr. 8-57, dep. 9-0, Pant 9-3, Llynclys 9-10, Oswestry arr. 9-20. For particulars of Train Service on Christmas Day see special Time Table. 'I CHAS. L. CONACHER, Oswestry, Dec., 1910. Traffic Manager. SOMETHING NEW: SOMETHING is GOOD: SOMETHING USEFUL.- At the urgent request of a large number of our patrons-whose appreciation of THE EXPRESS STYLOGRAPH is made daily manifest-we have completed arrangements with a celebrated British Firm to manu- facture for us a Fountain Pen at a reasonable price, which will prove com- pletely reliable. The name stamped upon every pen is THE EXPRESS, and we are enabled, by ordering a large quantity, to sell this splendid, easy-writing instrument at FOUR SHILLINGS. You can try one before buying.—Only obtainable at the Fountain Pen Hospital, 19, Broad-street, Newtown. 0 » » CROEN IACH AGWAED PUR.—Dy na yr hyn y mae y "Sarzine Blood Mix- ture" yn ei sicrhau, adim arall. Nid yw yn honi gwella pob peth, fel yr Yankee Patent Medicines; ond os blinir chwi gan groen afiach, ysfa, pim- ples, toriad allan, scurvy, dofuriau, pendc!ynod,&c.t yn tarddu o waed drwg acammhur.mynwch bote- laid o Sarzine Blood Mixture," gan y Drug- gist nesaf atoch, 1s. 1Jc. a 2s. 6c. y botel. neu gyda 3c. at y cludiad yn chwanegoi, oddi wrth y Perchenog. HUGH DAVIES, Chemist, Machynlleth. HAVE YOU A BAD LEG with wounds that discharge or otherwise, perhaps 80 surrounded with inflammation, and swollen that when you press your finger on the inflamod part it leaves the impres- sion ? If so, under the skin you have poison that if not extracted you can never recover, but go on suffering till death releases you. Perhaps your knees are swollen, the joints being ulcerated the same with the ankles, round which the skin may be discoloured, or there may be wounds. The disease, if allowed to continue, will deprive you of the power to walk. You may have attended various hos- pitals and had medicd advice and advised to submit to amputation but do not, for I can cure you. I don't say perhaps, but I will. Because others have failed is no reason I should. Send at once a P.O. or stamps for 2s 6d to ALBERT, 73, FARKINGDON STREET, LONDON, and you will receive a box of GRASSHOPPER OINTMENT and Pills, which ia a sure remedy for the cure of Bad Legs, Housemaid's Knee, Ulcer- ated Joints, Carbuncles, Poisoned Hands, Tumours, Abscesses, Sore Throat, Bronchitis Bunions, and Ringworm. (Copyright. ——^WTLTW— DEATH TO RATS with RODINE Rat Poison. Makes a clean I sweep in one night Dead vermin dry up. No trouble, mess, or small. Absolute extermina- tion guaranteed. The swiftiest and deadliest I Rat Killer known. Tins 6d., Is s 2# 3s., 5s. Post 2d. HARLEY, Chemist, Peith. Agents: A. Breeze, Chemist, Newtown; H. E. Ellis, Chemist, Llanfair H. Payne. Chemist, Welshpool; H. Davies, Machynlleth. it I YOUR ATTENTION IS INVITED. • I LEND £ 10 to XIO,000 to all classes. I LEND quickly, reasonably and confidentially. I JLEND honourably and straightforwardly. I LEND to persons entitled under Wills, etc. I LEND without formalities or fancy tees. I LEND to suit your own requirements. I LEND on simple note of hand alone. I LEND the full amount required. I LEND any distance. MR. G. CUMMING-S, 28 HIGH ST. (facing New St.), BIRMINGHAM MILLIONS OF RATS » » have been slaughtered by using 1 HARRISON'S "RELiABLE" RAT POISONr. I Equally good for Mice, Moles, and Beetles. Dogs and Cats will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Price 6d., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. PostagQ 2d, G. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents:—For NEWTOWN, Andrew Breese; WELSHPOOL, W. Bishop; MONTGOMERY, A. Thomas, Borough & County Supply Stores LLANIDLOES. R. Hughes; MACHYNLLETH, F. Rees. All Chemists. DROP A POSTCARD to the JLusic Salon, Newtown, for a new Illustrated Price List. It will be sent free of charge.



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