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MORRIS & SONS, WEBLEY STREET, NEWTOWW. SUPPLY THE BEST QUALITY MONUMENTS ALVXO HEADSTONES AT LOWEST PRICES. SKSTCKBS SUPPLIED. Mourning Orders RECEIVE SPECIAL & PKOMFr ATTENTION AT HENRY MORGAN'S, CROWN SHOP, NEWTOWN. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. FETE AT RHAYADER. TROTTING MATCHES & ATHLETIC SPOUTS* TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1893. ON the above date CHEAP DAY RETURM TICKETS will be issued to RHAYADER, all follows. Third class fares for the double journey. Time of starting and fares- Newtown. 9 36 a.m, 2/3 Pantydwr. 1130 a.m. 9dL Moat Lane 10 45 2/. St Harmons 11 35 to 7d. Llandinam 10 50 „ 19 Doldowlod.. 12 42 6tL Dolwen 1057 1/9 New bridge. 12 32 iod. Llanidloes 1110 1/6 BuilthRoad 12 23 IA Tylwch 1120 „ 1,3 Buiith Wells 12 8 „ 1/5 Children under three years of age, free; above three and under twelve, balf-pric,. Firt class tickets issued at double the third claslI fares. Passengers RETURN tame day as underFor Builth Wells and intermediate .stations at 5 53 p.m, For Newbridge, Llanidloes, Newtown, and lliklr- mediate Stations at 7 16 p.m ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary and General Manager, CAMBRIAN & LONDON & NORTH-WESTEKIf RAILWAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION to the ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BELLE VUE, MANCHES 1EK» WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6th, 1893. On the aboy. day a Special Train will run as follows :— Fare, there and back, Including I Admission to the Gardens^ K,cbynl!etb at 3 45 a.m.1 3rd Class Cemmes Road 3 55 j Llanbrynmair 415 v 435 t 5»- Pontdolgoch „ 4 55 „ Caersws „ 53 f> J Newtcwn. „ 515 „ ( 4e. 6d. Welshpool 540 ) 4s. SATURDAY, SEPT. 9th, 1893. SALFORD HARRIERS' ANNUAL AUTUMN ATHLETIC aPORTS, AT BELLE VUE, Llanidloes at 5 0 } Dolwen 5 5 „ ( r. Llandinam () 5 10 „ | Moat Lane Junction }) 5 20 „ J Newtown „ 535 Jt Abermule „ 5 45 „ f Montgomery 5 55 I v Forden „ 6 0 „ Welshpool 625 „ 1 Buttington „ 6 35 „ j Pool Qoay 6 40 „ j FoarCroases. 650 "r 4m, Llanymyneuh ,.7 0,, 1 Pant ,,7 5,, ( Llynclys 710 „ J For Loagsight Station, adjoining the Gardens; returning therefrom, same evening, at 9 45 p.m. after the Fireworks. Attractions of the GardenR :-Messrs Danom's Magnificent OPEN-AIR PAINTING shewing the Pieiuresqu'j Scenery en the JJanks of the GBEAT RIVER MISSISSIPPI, the City of Minneapolis, with the surrounding Villages aud Log Huts of the early settlers in the midst of the Mountains and <. Forests, the r,ll8 of St. Anthony, Port knelling, and the Maiden Rock, with a distant view of the Rocky Mountains in the Far West of America. At du-k, win be represented one of those memor- able and exciting events of the early AMERICAN INDIAN WAR. An attack by the Indians on a- Settless' Village. The various thrilling incidents of the fight will be vividly depictSd the stealthy approacli of the Indians, the aiarm of the Villagers. the Storming of the Stockades, the Loot of the' Baggage Wagons, and burning of the Log Huts of the Homesteads amidst thp discharge of Rifles, and the fierce hand-to-hand coL.flict and the hercie defence of; ho Villagers, ending upon the arrival of a body of United Spates Soldier in the total defeat of the Indians. The whole concluding with a View of the EXHIBITION AT CHICAGO, and a Grand Pyrotechnic Device of the Capitol at Washington, with illuminated lY-rtraifs of Columbus, the dis- coverer of America, Washington, the first Precident,, and Cleveland, the present President of the Republic, surrounded by the-Stars and Stripes, and with the Motto ANTEPICK written in myriads of Jets of COLOURED FIRES. The whole of the Seen" has been Painted, and tho Spectacular and Pyrotechnic Effects Designed and arranged by tboe most Eminent Artists, the Messrs. Danson, of London. Tickets, bills, and every information to be had at the above-named Stations. ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary ar.d General Manager. Company's Offices, Oswestry, Aug 1893. Cedewain Lodge of Druids. 0 Loyal Cambrian Lodge of Oddfellows AN UNITED 101. DEMONSTRATION AND DINNER Will take place on SATURDAY NEXT, SEPT. 9th. < ——— LU Members tire requested to be at their respective Lodge-rooms, at 2-30 p.m. 1177