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SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY). BROOK COTTAGE, KERRY. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL, & POOLE are favoured with instructions from H. SwETENH-AM, Esq., who is leaving, to Sell by Auction, on the premises as above, The Live Stoek and Out-door Effects, comprising:- 2 VALUAELE HUNTERS, Viz., Chestnut Gelding Bob," rising 7 years old, 15.2, quiet in double and single harness, a good jumper, and carries a lady and Chestnut Gelding Dick," rising 5 years, 15-3, quiet in double and single harness, and a good jumper. N.B.—The above would make a capital pair oJ&arriuge horses. 3 CATTLE, Viz., Excellent Dairy Cow, forward in Calf; Three- year-old Heifer, in Calf; and a Weanling Heifer. Well-built TWO-WHEEL DOG-CART, BROAD- WHEEL WAGGON on iron arms, and other Farm Implements, Garden and Stable Tools, also a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Sale at 2 o'clook prompt. Catalogues on application to the AUCTIONEERS. c21 ON THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 21ST, HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF VALUABLE LARCH, OAK, AND OTHER TIMBER, Growing on the Peuybryn Estate, near Montgomery, and the Peniarth Estate, near Meifod, Mont- gomeryshire. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE are favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, in Four Lots or otherwise, and subject to the usual Conditions of Sale, at the Royal Oak Hotel, Welshpool, at Two o'clock in the Afternoon. aiiAA Qrand LARCH TREES and POLES, *Kfl Capital OAK TREES and POLES, ASH, ELM, POPLAR, BEECH, SYCA- MORE, ALDER, SPRUCE, and SCOTCH Flit TREES and POLES. Further Particulars may be obtained on applica- tion to the AUCTIONEERS, Chirbury, Shropshire. b552 PLAS TREHELIG, About Two Miles from Welshpool. HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE OF VALUABLE MODERN FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE ARE favoured with instructions from Captain DIGBY NEAVE. who is leaving, to Sell by Auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY & FRIDAY, JANUARY 28 & 29,1892, THE COSTLY FURNITURE AND APPOINTMENTS. Comprising a Charming Variety of the most Modern furniture, appertaining to the Entrance Hall and Reception Rooms of the above residence, and the eqmpa^t GHAMrT;E. Including 4 Valuable Suites in Walnut and Ash; jwveral Excellent Brass Bedsteads Spring, Hair, and Wool Mattresses; and a complete service of other necessary furnishings. INDIAN, PERSIAN, AND WILTON CARPETS. KITCHEN FURNITURE AND CULINARY UTENSILS, CLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE. A few dozen Champagne and other Wines. Camera and a variety of Photographic Appliances. Harness, Electric Battery, and numerous mis- cellaneous items, also the OUT-DOOR EFFECTS, Comprising several capital Dog Carts and Pony Traps; a well-built Buggy; sets of Double and Single Harness; Lady's and Gent's Saddles; Bridles; Horse llothiDg; Livery Garden and Stable requisites &c., &c., 43T N.B. An excellent opportunity is here afforded for purchasing high-class Furniture. All included in this sale is of the best quality, and in excellent condition, having been purchased from Meserø Maple and Co., less than five years ago. May be viewed on production of Card or an order from the Auctioneers, either of the three days pre- ^TOie^Sale of the Household Effects will be con- ducted in a large Tent, and commence each day at 12 o'clock. t j. Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire. c22 SCHOLASTIC. XADIE" BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, ST. MARY'S VILLA, NEWTOWN. The MISSES EVANS, assisted by an efficient Certificated Governess. Mathematics-E. J. BUNNETT, ESQ., B A. Violin—W. S. STEPHENSON, ESQ. Pupils prepared for Local Exams. WINTER TERM commences. Wednesday, Jan. 20. 043 HIGH MIDDLE CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, FOR YOUNG LADIES, CLEVELAND HOUSE, WELSHPOOL. PrincipaIs- The MISSES BELL. The aim of the Principals is to supply at a moderate cost a sound and superior education, with careful training and home comforts. The SPRING TERM will commence Monday, Jan. 25th, 1892. Prospectuses on application. a329 LADlES SCHOOL, STONE HOUSE, WELSHPOOL. Principals-7 The MISSES SMITH, Assisted by a Resident Certificated Governess. The NEXT QUARTER commences on MONDAY J JANUARY 25th, 1892. c68 J NEWTOWN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER- Ernest J. Bunnett, B.A. (Cambridge Mathematical Honours), late Assistant Master at LIVERPOOL COLLEGE, etc. Assisted by a RESIDENT MASTER. BOABDERS assured of a Comfortable Home. £ For PROSPECTUS and TERMS for Boarders and Day Boys, apply to the HEAD MASTER. PRIVATE 'LESSONS to Ladies and Gentlemen in Mathematics and Painting. bl62 ANTEDS.-The surest means open to em. V* ployers who want trade and Domestic Servants, and Servants who want situations, is to advertise in the MONTGOMERYSHIRE EXPRESS AND RADNOR TIMES, the househoid newspaper for the two counties, passed from #§m%- fc family. SALES BY AUCTION. MR. EVAN WAT KINS. PENTREHERRIN, LLANFIHANGEL. MR. EVAN WAT'KINS has received instructions from Mr John Price to SELL BY AUCTION, at the above place, on FRIDAY, the 22nd JANUARY, 1892, The whole of the FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY VESSELS, AND FURNITURE. Luncheon at 11; Sale at 12 o'clock. c59 LEGAL NOTICES. lio WILLIAM KINSEY, Bntti:J in the Parish of Welshpool, in the County of Moutgomory, Farmer, deceased. ALL CREDITORS and other persons having any CLAIMS or DEMANDS against the Estate of the above named deceased, who died on the 21st day of November, 1891, are hereby required to send to us, the undersigned, full particulars of their Claims or Demands, on or before the 10th day of February. 1892. Dated this 4th day of January, 1892. JENKINS & DAVIES, of Llanidloes, c39 Solicitors for the Executors of the deceased. LLANIDLOES PUBLIC ROOMS PROPRIETARY COMPANY. WHEREAS at a General Meeting of Proprietors of TV the Llanidloes Public Rooms, held at the said Rooms (pursuant to notice duly given), on Monday, the 30th day of November, 1891, a Resolution in the words, and to the effect, following was duly proposed, seconded and carried unanimously, that is to say:— That Mr John David Davies, the Secretary of this Company, be requested to examine and prosecute a legal investigation of the title of all persons who claim to be the present Share- holders in this Company, either as Original II Proprietors or legal personal Representatives or Assignees of Original Proprietors, with the view of declaring and paying a dividend out of the balance now standing to the Company's credit." Now in pursuance of the foregoing Resolution, I, the said John David Davies, do HEREBY GIVE NOTICE 1 hat all persons claiming to be Proprietors or Shareholders in the said Company, are hereby required, on or before the first day of February. 1892, to send me full particulars of their said claims, stating the number of shares held, or claimed to be held, by them respectively, and whether as Original Proprietors or Shareholders, or as legal personal Representatives or Assignees of Original Proprietors, and if claimed as legal personal Representatives or Assignees, their said claims should be accompanied by the Probates of the Wills, Letters of Administra- tion or Assignments under which they claim in their representative or assignee capacity. AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that all Pro- prietors, whether original or otherwise, are required to send me the Scrip or Share Certificates held by them for examination and registration. < Dated this third day of December, 1891. iT. D. ;Ú"(j Solicitor, b540 Llanidloes, Montgomeryshire PUBLIC NOTICES. MONTGOMERYSHIRE INFIRMARY. THE ANNUAL GENERAL "MEETING OF Governors, and Subscribers of One Guinea and upwards, will be held in the BOARD ROOM, Severn Place, on the 28th inst., at 12-30 p.m. R. E. JONES, Esq., Cefn Bryntalch, will preside. SPECIAL BUSINESS Consideration of Proposed New Rules and Regula- tions," and adoption of same. BY ORDER. January 15th, 1892. c66 THE NEWTOWN WATERWORKS COM PANY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Thirty. ninth Half-yearly Meeting of the above named Company will be held at the MANAGER'S OFFICE, TURNER'S LANE, NEWTOWN, on Monday, the let of February, 1892, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, to receive and consider the Half-yearly Statement of Accounts and Balance Sheet, and the Report of the Directors and Auditors thereon; to sanction the declaration of a dividend and to transact the Ordin- ary Business of the Company. By Order, EDWARD JONES, Secretary. Newtown, Jan. 16th, 1892. c66 DAYIES'S I SHILLING HAIR RESTORER FOR RESTORING THE COLOUR, STRENGTHENING AND RENEWING THE HAIR. This Preparation removes Dandriff, restores the natural colour of the Hair, and prevents it falling off, imparting to it a fresh, healthy vigour, and soft glossy luxuriance. IT IS NOT A DYE Will not stain the skin or the most delicate head dress and will be found equal, if not superior, to the more expensive Hair Restorers. DAVIES' NURSERY HAIR WASH. THE MOTHER'S FRIEND, THE CHILDREN'S COMFORT. Pleasant to use, and perfectly harmless. One appli- cation will positively destroy all Nits and Parasites in Children's Heads, and immediately aHay the Itching and Irritation, while an occasional appli- cation will always keep the Head in a thoroughly healthy and cleanly condition. PREPARED ONLY BY G. E. DAVIES, CHEMIST, WELSHPOOL. SAML. POWELL, EAGLE BREWERY, NEWTOWN. SPECIAL HOME-BREWED HARVEST ALES IN ALL SIZE CASKS, 6d., 8d., 10d., and Is. PER GALLON. DUBLIN STOUT m all Size Casks, AT BREWERY PRICES. I CHOICE SELECTION or WISES AND SPIRITS. 010 j TRADE NOTICES. A WELSH STOCKING YARN. HOME KNIT AND OTHER STOCKINGS, Of the Beat Make, at C. J. NEWELL'S. MARKET STREET, NEWTOWN. b347 Montgomery Station. COALS. A* WITHERS is prepared to supp1 "beet STAFFORDSHIRE, NORTH WALES, and bHitOv- SHIRB COAL at the above Station in Track Loads, or on the above Wharf at reasonable prices. Dealer in LIME in Truck Load by the Ton. Prices on application to ANDREW WITHERS. Montgomery Station. b207 SPECIAL NOTICE. DURING THE SALE- TROUSERS MArt TO ORDER FROM 10s. lid. SUITS TO ORDER FROM 40a. FIRST-CLASS FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED HENRY MORGAN, ROYAL CROWN WAREHOUSE, b404 NEWTOWN. IMPERIAL LIQUID FISH GLUE. ACKNOWLEDGED to be the STRONGBST ADHESIVE KNOWN.—Cannot be surpassed for Tenacity and Stron gth.-Al ways Ready for Immediate Use.—Requires No Heating.-Always Liquid.—Cements Wood, Marble, Glass, Leather, Crockery, Ornaments, &c., and then beeom Hard as Adamant, Inseparable and Unbreakable.) MENDS EVERYTHING. No Office, Household or Workshop should be without it. PRICE (with cap & brush), 1-oz. bottle 6d., do. 2-oz. 1 i T^NTJT^'T A ^NT6— PHILLIPS & iy, ifcA fcatroes,, V» r CORNS! CORNS!! CORNS 1 1. COWAN & Co' S Celebrated Cure for Corns supersedes all other Preparations for the Speedy REMOVAL of Hard and Soft CORNS, which acts like magic in relieving painful and inflamed Corns. Mr. Haywarc^ Bakewell Villa, Newmarket, writes —" I received your corn cure ten days ago, and have tried it on two very bad corns, which have plagued me for years. In two applications the pain had gone, and in a week the corns had entirely disappeared. I had tried all kinds of so-called remedies for corns, which instead of easing the paio only burned them and made them worse. I may truly say one bottle of your corn cure is worth a ton of all the other prepar- ations J have had. (Signed) WILLIAM HATWABD." Mr. Richard Pryce, B ryntirion Cottage, Welshpool, says Your corn cure has entirely taken away my corns." SOLD IN BOTTLES AT 6d. & Is.; BY POST 8d. & I s. 2d. Prepared only by-, COWAN & Co., a516 CHEMISTS, WELSHPOOL. ESTABLISHED 1841. EDWARD OLIVER, (LATE D. OLIVER) 16, FRANKWELL STREET, NEWTOWN, (And Opposite the BEAR HOTEL on MARKET DAYS,) DEALER IN READY-MADE SOCKS, STOCKINGS CARDIGAN JACKETS, HAND-MADE WELSH STOCKING YARN, ETC., DESIRES to inform the PUBLIC that he has a Well-Assorted STOCK of the above, which are offered at very Reasonable Prices. COUNTRY ORDERS SPECIALLY ATTENDED TO. PARCELS SENT BY RETURN POST. WOOL MADE UP OR EXCHANGED. BLANKETS MADE TO ORDER. b520 QUARTERLY SIXPENCE. TO BOOKSELLERS, FIVE POST-PAID Is. 6d THE HEREIIJ, a name sacred to Protestant t Martyrs, January, 1892. Mariolstry-Whatis Wisdom?—Song of the Smithy-Land Nationalisa- tion-Curiosities of Courtship-Fates of the Flesh- Two Babylons '-Fancy Tales, &c. CHARLTON TUCKER, 26, Beauchamp Avenue, 035 LEAMINGTON. EDWARD WATKINS, 43, Commercial Street & Market Hill, NEWTOWN, Calls the attention of the public to his Stock of CHOICE CHRISTMAS ERIJITS, RAISINS, CURRANTS, SULTANAS, &c., At the lowest Prices. Small Shops supplied on the beat possible terms. FLOUR, MEAL, CORN, SHARPS, AND BRAN always on hand. Note the Address— 43. COMMERCIAL STREET & MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN, .-flo | TRADE NOTICES. <-—-————————————— IThe Best Present t* f?: I in the World —————————————— < [l3 one of the TEACHER'S BIBLES. Write to PHILLIPS & SON for their New List of these Match- Ms Books, which contains specimens of the types, Inscription of the bindings, with prices, and the kt)iniona of the Leading Churchmen and Ministers of 1 -e Day. Prizes for your f Sunday School Class. A really unique assortment of Reward Books, selected from Publishers whose works may be relied upon for excellency of motive and purity of style. All pricae-from One Farthing to a Guinea. TWO- PENCE in the Shilling DISCOUNT off Orders under Two Pounds. THREEPENCE in the Shilling DISCOUNT off Orders of Two Pounds and upwards. Books to be selected from Stock. PHILLIPS & SON, » f FANCY STATIONERS, Artists' Materials Repository," 19, BROAD STREET, NJEWTOWI*. II BEST ALE & STOUT BREWED. Allsopp and Sons' Ltd. MAGNIFICENT ALES AND STOUT As only the beet HOPS and MALT are used, and every means is taken to maintain the hig- Standard of ALLSOPP AND SONS' BREW INGS, a comparison with any other ALE o STOUT is invited. TRY THE INVALID STOUT. The above ALE or STOUT supplied at BURTOl PRICES in Casks 54, 36, 18, or 9 Gallons each. Orders promptly attended to and delivered free nearest Railway Station. LOCAL A GENT- C. MORGAN, Brynhafren, Crescent, NEWTOWN AS USED IN THE QUEEN'S HOUSEHOLD. MONTGOMERIE'S PATENT EXTRACT OF MALT DIGESTIVE BREAD, BISCUITS, AND RUSKS. AWARDED GOLD MEDAL INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION, GLASGOW, 1886-87. HIGHEST PRIZE AWARD MEDAL IN TKENATIONAL EXHIBITION, EDINBURGH, 1S86 Exhibited at the Meeting of the British Medical Association held at Brighton, August, 1886. SHOULD BE USED IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD No Sick-room or Nursery should Be without them. INVALUABLE DIRT FOR INVALIDS. Highly recommended by the Medieal Profession. The Patentee, JOHN MONTGOMEEIE, Virginia Plsoe Patrick, Glasgow, has granted to THOMAS REES, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, CANAL SHOP, NEWTOWN, NORTH WALES, THS SoLB RTASR to manufacture the Patent Ex. tmetoflMfcBnad, Usoaits. & Rusks for Newtown. Vmatilm utpplied daily. GENERAL ANNO I XCEMENTS. The Bev. Jenkin Jones will deliver his next Lecture to Working Men on Sunday Evening, January 24th. at the English Congregational Church, Newtown. Subject: Cardinal Manning. NEWTOWN LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. J THE ANNUAL MEETING In connection witu the above will be held in the VICTORIA HALL, On TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, the 19th INST. THE FOUR MEMBERS of the County Council will Address the Meeting, after which the ques- tion of Selection of Candidates for sacte may be discussed. Chair to be taken at 7-30 p.m., by R. Lloyd, Esq., J.P. (President). 061 RADNORSHIRE LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held at the Congregational Chapel, Rhayader, I ON TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 19th, 1892, I I When the Electors wiil be I ADDRESSED BY FRANK EDWARDS, ESQ. I (Liberal Candidate for Radnorshire), T. E. ELLIS, ESQ., I (M.P. for the County of Merioneth), AND OTHER GENTLEMEN. Chair to be taken at 7 p.m. by S. C. EVANS-WILLIAMS, Esq., C.A., (President of the Radnorshire Liberal Å.ssüciatioi. ). e55 NEW i o w OWING TO THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF CLARENCE AND AVONDALE, THE NEW YEAR PARTY OF THE HAFREN HABITATION OF THE PRIMROSE LEAGUE, announced for Friday, January 22nd, is POSTPONED. c57 VICTORIA HALL, NEWTOWN GRAND SMOKING CONCERT In connection with the LOYAL CAMBRIAN LODGE OF ODDFELLOWS .owill be held ON MONDAY. JANUARY 25th, 1892. Admission—Is. Gd.; 3d. c69 PUBLIC HALL, NEWTOWN. THREE NIGHTS ONLY- b THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. JANUARY 28th, 29th, & 30th. MESSRS. DAVIES have much pleasure in an- nouncing that they have made arrangements with Mr WARWICK GRAY'S Specially Selected London Company in two Great Successes BLACK DIAMONDS Or THE ROSE OF GAYTHORNE, Special Scenery and Effects by H. Goldspriog Roger- son, Esq., cf the Queen's Theatre, Manchester. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30th, Special production of the late Dion Boucicault'8 Grand Drama, THE WHITE SLAVE, Or THE OCTOROON, With Special Scenery and Effects. The whole pro- duced under the personal superinteudance of Mr- WARWICK GREY. Doors open 7-30; commence. 7-50. Prices, Reserved Chairs (Numbered), 2s Second Seats, Is Back | Seats (limited) 6d. Tickets may be had at the Hall, i Plan may be seen and seats secured at Mr J. H. j Jones, The Cross. A Magnificent New Fit-up has been erected in the Hall. 068 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. CHEAP TRIP TO LONDON" FOR THREE OR FIVE DAYS. ON FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 29th, 1892, From Machynlleth, Llanidloes, Newtown, Mont- eomery, and Intermediate Station?, also from Pool Quay, Llanfyllin, Llynciys, and Intermediate Sta- tions, and from Oswestry, Whittington, and Elles- meie! The Tiain will leate Machynlleth 7 p.m., Cemmea Road 7 12 p.m. Llanidloes 7 40 p.m., Newtown 8 15 p.m.; Montgomery 8 35 p.m.; Llan. fyllin 7 10 p.m.; Lianymyntch 9 35 p.m., and Elles. mere 9 51 p.m. Three Days' Passengers return from London, Eust-on, on February 1st. Five Days' Passengers return from London, Eusten. on February 3rd. For full particulars u3 to fares and train times see handbills. m ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary and Cxeuer4 Manager. Oswestry, January, 1892. I GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. MONTGOMERYSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. I COOKING CLASSES (Advanced and Cottage), FOR NEWTOWN, Will be commenced the First Week in February. Information to be obtained from Miss LLoYaa Mount Severn, Hon Sec. 07 TESTIMONIAL TO A. C. HUMPHREYS-OWEN, Esq. AT a Public Meeting held at the Town Halt, Welshpool, on Monday, the 4th of January, 1892, Captain Mytton in the chair, resolved :— That this meeting desires to express the gTatafal appreciation of the County of Montgomery of the go many and valuable services which have been rendend by Arthur Charles Humphreys-Owen, Usq., for a lengthened period to the public advantage, and that Subscriptions be invited with the view of expre8HiB £ in tangible form, a recognition of such services." Subscriptions will be received by the Treasurers, The North and South Wales Bank, Newtown, or by the Secretaries. SUBSCRIPTIONS LIMITED-NOT TO EXCEED £ 3 3s. Od. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS: oS 8. c1- Amount already advertised £ 71 5 O Thomas Parry Jones, Esq. 3 3 0 John E. Poundley, Esq. 3 3 0 W. Buckley Pugh, Esq. 3 3 0 Richard Morgan, Esq. 3 3 0 Peter Arthur Beck, Esq 3 3 0 C. Whitley ^wen, Esq. — 3 8 0 C. J. Leyland, Esq. 3 3 0 ( Sir Thomas G. Frost 2 2 0 I David Richarde. Esq. 1 1 O I 1 O Joseph Richards, Esq lIto I William Cooke, Esq. 110 I David Jones, Esq., Neuadd 110 J. W. Foulkes Jones, Esq. 110 E. R. Owen, Esq. 1 1 0 I The Misses Hall. 110 Henry Lester Smith, Esq 110 William A. Rogers, Esq 110 David Evans, Esq. 1 0 0 Thomaa Hamer Jones, Esq 0 10 6 John Hamer Jones, Esq. 0 10 6 John Davies, Esq., New Mills 0 10 0 RICHARD LLOYD, Mount Severn, Newtown, f Hon R. WILLIAMS, t Sees. Celynog, Newtown. J — c33_ c33 PUBLIC HALL, NEWTOWN.' THE ROYAL WELSH WAREHOUSE CHRISTY MINSTRELS WILL GIVE THEIR ENTERTAINMENT IN THE ABOVE HALL, On Friday, February 26th, 1892. Further particulars shortly. 058 NEWTOWN NATIONAL SCHOOLS. MRS. FISHBOURNE Will hold in MARCH NEXT, A RUMMAGE SALE (Which was postponed from last autumn in conse- quence of a similar sale held in the Public Hall). The Proceeds to defray the current expenses of the above Schools. 060 v. fiM R. ARMY SERVICE. YOUN^ MEN wishing to JOIN HEK MAJESTY'S ARMY can obtain all in- formation as to the Conditions of Service and advantages of the Army, on application at anylpost Office. Great Prospects of promotion are offered to eligible Young Men. MONTGOMERYSHIRE MILITIA. 4TH BATTALION THE SOUTH WALES BORDERERS. RECRUITS WANTED. Men between 18 and 35 years of age. Growing Lads between 17 and 18 may also be specially enlisted. Applications can be made, either personally or by letter, to the Recruiting Officer at Wdahpool, 4th Battalion The South Wales Borderers, or to the nearest Recruiting Sergeant or othex Recruiter. b236 G. H. BELL'S QUADRILLE BAND, l For Balls and Private Parties. Address-Bay House, Newtown. V b262