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SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE. t. WELSHPOOL HORSE SALE. MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 2nd. YUETH KR ENTRIES FOR CATALOGUES on or before Wednesday Next will oblige MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, Auctioneers. 1242 TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY). BROOKFIELD, BISHOP'S CASTLE. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD APPOINT- MENTS, INCLUDING Well-made Dining & Drawing Room Unites (in Walnut and Mahogany), 2 Rich Tone JPianofortes (bZ Hopkineon), Very VALUABLE BEDROOM SUITE (in best Spanish Mahogany), Well-made Walnut Bedroom Suite, Pair of Rare Dresden China 3-Light Candelabra & Flower Vase to mateh), Richly Cut Glass, Dining, Occasional And Other TABLES, Kitchen and Cooking Utwiili, Ware, Valuable Oak Kitchen Piece, and Wumprous Miscellaneous Item"; also the Garden Bequisites and Out-Door Effects. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed by John Craston, Esq., to con- tact the above Sale, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, SEPT. 27th. &Is to Commence at 12 o'clock. Catalogues on application to the Auctioneers. f232 OH THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT. 28TH. 2, ALEXANDRA TERRACE, MONTGOMERY. TICESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE JML have received instructions from the Repre- itotstiTM of the late Mrs Elliot. to Sell by Auction, M* Above, the whole of the Well-wade Household FURNITURE, comprising the contents of Entrance Ball, Dining and Drawing Room?, which inclnde aereral VALUABLE PIECES in best old Spanish Mahogany and Rosewood; Appointments of Three Bedrooms Kitchen and Cooking Utensils, Dinner Berviee. and other Miscellaneous EFFECTS. two to Commence at 1.30 prompt. CataloeMS on application to the Auctioneers. f221 f221 LLWYNYBRAIN, CAERSWS, Within 1 mile of the Village of Caerews, on the Cam- lmian Railway, 5 miles fr^m Newtown, and 7 from Llanidloes. IMPORTANT SALE OF AN OLD-ESTABLISHED AGRICULTURAL STOCK. H/IESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE |y| are instructed by the Representatives of the late Mr Wm. Jones, to conduct this important sale, 4m the premises at Llwynybrain, on THUR8DAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1893, (Moatgcaxy Fair Day, and the day before Llanidloes Fair), fVhsn they will submit for public competition the whole oftbe valuable and high-class Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising an excellent Flook of .18 8PECKLE-FACED FERRY-HILL SHEEP' viz.-Igo Younv, Stock E zee; 70 Fresh Yearling Wethers; l50 Wether and Ewe Lambs; and 2 Stock Rams. A" HEREFORD AND CROSS-BRED CATTLE. ÍJlCladiar- 2M Capital Dairy Cows and Heifers; 25 Three-balf-year-old Heifers and Bullocks; 24 Weanlidg Calves; and well-bred Yearling Boll. 9 CART HORSES AND COLTS; A well-bred Hack Mare and 2 Colts. Ift Cart, Harness; Gearing, Ac.; 4 Sows in pig, and 3 Feeding Pigs; about li acres of Potatoes. First-class collection of modern jpABM IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY, including all the requisites for the cultivation of a large farm. A arand lot of GRAIN AND WINTER KEEP, laeladinc about 71 ACRES of WHEAT & OATS ja the Straw, about 45 TONS PRIME HAY, Wheat and Oat Straw the produce of 85 Acres. 8 Acres of Swedes, and about 300 ACRES OF EXCELLENT GRASS KEEP till the usual dates, all of which will |>e arranged in convenient Lots. N.V.-There is Capital Building Aooommodation for Consuming the Fodder. fj* Two Months Credit on approved Seeurity #illbe given on the Grain and Winter Keep. I Luncheon at 11-30; Sale to Commence with the aeep at 12-30 prompt. Descriptive Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire, or at their New- gown Office on Tuesday. f202 IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, i[essH. Morris, Itarsqall & Poole Here the pleasure to announoe the following IMPORTANT SALES- WRIEZELAND, BEGUILDY.-Farming Stock, by order of Mr Williams. THURSDAY, OCT. 12th. JTELDRFS, UPPINGTON, Farming Stock, by order of the Representatives of the late Mr Morgan. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1893. fiEBLANDS, BISHOP'S CASTLE—Farming Stock, by order of Mr Robert Davies. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th. VENYGBLLY, KERRY.—Farming Stock, by order of Mr James Bach. FRIDAY, October 20th. JJUCKNELL HOUSE, BUCKNELL.—Winter Keep by order of the Representatives of the late Mr Brown. MIDDLE or OCTOBER. ILHOOGREE, NEAR KNIGHTON.—Farming Stock, by order -of Mr John Bound, jon. FRIDA F, OCTOBBR 27th. IWLBRO, ABERMULE.—Farming Stock, by order of Mr Humphreys. END OF OCTOBBR. JFEWCASTLE, ASTON ON CLUN. Farming Stoek and Effects, by order of Mr William Gough. END OF OCTOBER. OFFICES Chirbury, Welshpool, Newtown, and Bishop's C""TU- F203_ ALFRED SLIM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT WELSHPOOL. Agent for Messrs. SALT AC Coo's, "TRUE*AN, HANBURY & Co.'s BURTON ALBS. LONDON & DUBLIN STOUT, &c., &c. ALE Supplied in any Sized Casks AND DELIVERED FREE. dboi Sound HARVEST BEER at 8d. per Gall. d47 SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. COOKB BROS. Messrs. Cooke Bros.' First Quarterly Sale of Property. COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. NEWTOWN. IMPORTANT SALE of FREEHOLD DWELLING Housicb, PUBLIC HOUSE, and OTHKR PROPERTY, situate in Newtown and Surrounding Parishes. IITESSRS COOKE BROS. have received instruc- tions to off or lor bale by Auction at the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11TH, 1893, At THREE o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to conditions which can be inspected at the respective Vendors' Solicitors' Offices three days prior to the date of the Sale, and which will then be produced, the following Valuable Propertied, vis. LoT 1. ALL that Valuable FREEHOLD INN or PUBLIC HOUSE called the STATION INN, sitaate in Kerry- road, Newtown, in the occupation of Mr Edwin King. This Lot is within ha t'-a-miuute'a walk of the Railway Station, and is exoeedingly convenient for Dealers and others attending the Fairs and Markets. It comprises Bar, Smoke-room, Parlour, and Kitchen on ground floor, 3 Bedrooms and Sitting-zoom on first and 4 Bedrooms on second floor; it also has a arge Club or Dining-room with 3 Bedrooms above adjoining. There ate also convenient oiltbuildings una stabling. LOT 2. ALL those 4 DWELLING HOUSES with the Appurtenances thereto, being Nos. 9 and 10 in KERRY-ROAD, NEWTOWN, with 2 houses in the Adjoining Court, situate within one minute's walk of the Railway Station, and now in the occupation of Mrs Mary Wilson, Messrs Pryoe Parry and Chailea Gardner, and Mrs Kitto. LOT 3. ALL that Tory valuable Plot of Laud and BUILDING SITE, containing 1,600 square yards, or thereabouts, situate on the South side of the NEW ROAD, NEWTOWN, aforesaid (between the Resi- dence of J. A. Talbot, Esq., and St. David's Chnrch), in the occupation of Mrs Mary Stephens, and now used as a field and gat den. LOT 4. ALL those Three Substantially Built DWELLING HOUSES situate on the West side, and being Nos. 6, T, and 8, BRYN-STREET, NEWTOWN, in the occupation of Messrs Edward Bevan, Thomas Evans, and Thomas Williams, with three Dwelling Houses in the rear thereof at present unoccupied, with yard and appurtenances. LOT 5. ALL THOSE Two Substantially bnilt Freehold Messuages or Dwelling-houses, ealled MYRTLE COTTAGES," with the "Convenient Gardens and Appurtenances thereto, situate in the pleasant Vil- lage of CAERSWS, and now in the occupation of Mrs Norton and Mr Jamee Pryce. LOT 6, r- ALL THOSE Three Convenient Freehold COT- TAGES, situate and known as Nos. 6, 7, and 8, The Lot, Park Street, in the pariah of Newtown, in the occupation of Messrs Richard Pngh, Robert Bardell, aud Edward Williams respectively. LOT 7. ALL THOSE Eight Freehold DWELLING. HOUSES, Nos. 14, 15, and 16, Crescent Street, and Nos. 7 to 11, Union Court, Newtown, in the occupa- tion of Messrs Thomas Jones, John Pryce. Richard Evans, Thomas Leach, James Jones, W. H. Evans, J. O. Whittaker, and Thomas Meredith. LOT 8. ALL THAT DWELLING HOUSE and SHOP, No 41, CRE&CENT STREET, NEWTOWN, together with 12 Dwelling Houses in the rear Nos. 3 to 14 GULLET COURT, with Factory over a portion thereof in the occupation of Mrs Humphreys, George, Mary Pugh, Jane Evans, Jane Jarman, Reuben Roberts, Seal Barrett, Elizabeth Sayers, Evan Davies, Jane Owen, and John Davies. LOT 9. ALL THAT valuable Property, comprising HOUSE WITH SHOP, and DWELLING BOUS", situate and known all Nos. 23 and 24. PARK STREET, NEWTOWN, and tenanted by Mn Llywarch and Mrs Stewart respectively, with all those THREE COTTAGES in the rear tenanted by Richard Williams, Mrs Davies, and Mips Williams respectively, together with that large and convenient YARD, containing about 588 square yards, and with the necessary outbuildings. For further particulars as to Lota 1 to 6 apply to MESSRS. WILLIAMS, GITTINS and TAYLOR, Solicitors, Newtown; as to Lots 7 and 8 to MR. EDWARD POWELL, solicitor, Newtown; as to Lot 9 to MR. MARTIN WOOSNAM, Solicitor, Newtown and as to all lots to the AUCTIONEERS, Newtown MR. J. E. THISTLE. THIS DAY (TUESDAY), SEPTEMBER 26TH. THE NEWTOWN DRAUGHT FOAL SHOW AND ANNUAL HORSE SALE, Will be held in The PADDOCK, opposite The SPORTSMAN INN, WHEN MR. JOHN E. THISTLE will submit for public competition about DRAUGHT & OTHER FOALS, WAGGON Hi 1 HORSES & COLTS, HACK & HARNESS HORSES AND PONIES. tgi" A GRAND LOT OF SUCKERS entered by the following well-known sires, viz. (most of them eligible for Stud Book). Royal Duke 3rd ( ), Carbonion (12894), Ancient Briton (6625), Bahaillon Champion ( ), Duke 5th (9212), Alvaeton What's Wanted (12714). To be included in the above sale— A GRAND PAIR OF THICK-SET COB FILLIES rising 3, (The property of Mr T. Phillips, Llanidloes. A SPLENDID MATCH PAIR OF PONIES, (The property of A. D. Dawson, Esq.) SALE AT 10.30. Allsopp and Sons' (LIMITED), BURTON ALES AND INVALID STOUT. AGENT— C. MORGAN, Brynhatren, Crescent, NEWTOWN. 1298' SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. B. GILLART AND SONS. NORTH WALES. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY & MERIONETH. Highly Important Sale of Valuable Freehold FARMS and other PROPERITES. MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS have received instruction* to offer FOR SALE by Public Auction, in OCTOBER NEXT, The following very valuable Freehold Properties, viz MONTGOMERYSHIRE— PARISH OF MACHYNLLETH: Hafodygarreg Farm, Lime Kiln, Cottage, and Garden. PARISH OF CEMMES: Doltwymyn, and Peny. gyrne, Farms and Cottages, Gardens, and Latds at Cwmllyne. PARISH OF LLANLLWCHAIARN (Newtown): Nine substantially and well-built Dwelling Houses and Preutit-es situate in Crescent-street and Com. mercial-street, Newtown. MERIONETHSHIRE— PARISH OF PENNAL: Houses, Buildings, Gardens, and Accommodation Lands, situate in or near the Village of Pennal, about three miles from Machynlleth. PARISH OF TOWYN: Nantygwenlli, Caeceinach, and Llanerchybleiddie, and Breichiercaean Farms. Aleo the Freehold reversion of Houses and Premises situate in Corbett-square, and Church-street, Towyn. The above Properties are let to suitable tenants. Further particulars will appear in future adver. tisements, and plans and particulars, which are in course of preparation, may be obtained in due course at the Estate Office, PJas Machynlleth, from Messrs. Upton, Atkey and Upton. Solicitors, 14, Austin Friars, London, E.C., or the Auctioneers, Towyn, Merioneth, and Machynlleth. fl65 MESSRS. THEODORE AND STORY. OERFFRWD. In the Pariah of Llanwnog, 3 miles from Carno Station, and li from Pontdolgoch. MESSRS. THEODORE AND STORY have been instructed by the Representatives of the late Mr E. Ingram to Sell by Auction, as above, On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1893, The whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock. comprising— 30 HEREFORD CATTLE, Viz., 10 Young Milch Cows (to calve early); 4 21-year-old Bullocks; 4 ditto Heifers; Two li-year- old Bullocks; 4 ditto Heifers; 5 Calves; 1 Fat Bull. 5 HORSES, Viz., 1 Powerful Cart Mare, in-foal to "Blaagdon Bangnp 1 ditto 3-year-old, in-foal to Country Fashion 1 Draught Colt; 1 Smart Cob, 5-year- old, quiet to ride and drive; 1 ditto rising 3, quiet to ride. 5 STORE PIGS, 1 FAT SOW. 2 STACKS OF OATS (about 80 bags); 4 TONS OF HAY, Quantity of BOWTEN STRAW; about 6 TONS OF LIT fER. The Hay and Straw to go off, by kind permission of the Landlord (T. 0. lciwpy, X&O. 3t Acres SWEDES and TURNIPS, t Acre Magnum Bonnm POTATOES (the whole to be sold in suitable lota.) PARr OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Twe months' credit given on the Grain and Fodder on approved security. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale to oommence at 1 o'clock punctually. Llanfair, Mont. f236 PUBLIC NOTICES. MONTGOMERYSHIRE MICHAELMAS SESSIONS, 1893, AT WELSHPOOL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next General QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the County of Montgomery will be held at the TOWN LL, IN WELSHPOOL, in the said County, on THURSDAY, the 19th day of OCTOBER, 1893, at half.past Ten o'clock in the forenoon, at which hour and place the trial of prisoners for felony and misdemeanor will commence, and Grand and Petty Jnrors, Prosecutors and Witnesses, must attend. Depositions must be forwarded to the Clerk of the Peace seven clear days before the Sessions, and in all cases arising subsequently, immediately upon being taken. Appeals must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before the sitting of the Court. HARRISON, Clerk of the Peace. Welshpool, 22nd September, 1833. f240 C/DENTS WILL HAPPEN. THE Railway Passengers' Assurance Co., ("THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.") Has since 1849 Paid for ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. €3,200,000. ESTABLISHED 1849. RT. HON. EVELYN ASHLEY, Chairman. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. W. D. MASSY, < A. VIAN, ) Secretanea. y „ ( T. PRYCE, Railway Station, Agents at Newtown E_ JSSARD. High Street. e32 Agent at Kerry-Mr J. M. MILNES. THE Liverpool & London & Globe INSURANCE COMPANY, ESTABLISHED 1836. Total Invested Funds. £ 8,263,943 FIRE- LIFE— ENDOWMENTS— OR ANNUITIES. For the Quinquennium ended 31st December, 1888, the large Rever- sionary Bonus of 35/- per cent. per annum was again declared on Sums Assured under the Par- ticipating Tables of the Prospectus, and provision was made for Intermediate Bonuses during the present Quinquennium. EXPENSES MODERATE. BONUSES LARGE. HEAD OFFICES: 1, DALE STREET, LIVERPOOL.-7, CORNHILL, LONDON. Agents—POWELL & GRA DIT, Land Agents, Llanidloes A. J. MORRIS, Trade Hall, do. W. P. PHILLIPS, 19, Broad St., Newtown. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. BAPTIST CHXJJaCH, NEWTOWN. PASTOB Rev. T. E. WILLIAMS, Bfcynllys. TREASURER: Mr T. PARRY JONES, J.P., Park House. SECRETARY R Mr E. WOOLLEY, High Street. THE Officers and Members of the above Church earnestly invite your patronage and support in connection with A SALE OF WORK AND RUMMAGE SALE To be held in THE VICTORIA JlALL. NEWTOWN, ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 13th and 14th October, 1893. In aid of the Baptist Church Funds. The Sale will be Opened at Three o'elock in the Afternoon, and will include a large and varied Collection of NEW 4; SECOND-HAND GOODS, which will be displayed upon the Stalls under the superintendence of Ladiesconneoted with the Church. STALL No. 1—General. STALL No. 2—Grocery and Provisions. STALL No. 3-Fruit, Flowers and Vegetables. STALL No. 4—Poultry, and Dairy Produce. STALL No. 5—Fine Arts and Books. STALL No. 6-Refreshments. Each Evening there will be an ATTRACTIVE PROGRAMME OF VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC and MISCELLANEOUS ENTERTAINMENTS. Sale epens each day at 3 o'clock. ADMISSION-First day, 6<1.; Second, 3d. Donations of Money or Goods will be thankfully reoeived by any Ladies of the Church, or the under- signed Officers of the Sale Coamittee, Chairman-Mr GEO. MORGAN, The Pron. Treaanrer-Mrs BENNETT, 08k Villa. Hon Sees I Mr E" T MORRIS, Uwynon. ilon. sees. { MrA s COOKE, Bay Villa. f241 THJ' POWIS COMPETITIVE CHOIR. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE A GRAND EVENING CONCERT WILL B. HELD AT THE Town Hall,* Welshpool. ON THURSDAY, OcT. 19TH, 1893, IN AID OF THE WELSHPOOL DISPENSARY. The Competitive Choir, several well-known Pro- fessional and Amateur Vocalists, Violin (and other instrumental) Soloists, etc., have been engaged for this Concert. A Programme of the Music will shortly be pub lished. J. H. DAVIES, Broad St, 1 Hon. A. H. JONES, Dolaaog. ) See, f233 BWLCHTFPEIDD. A Tea and Competitive Meeting Will be held on Christmas Day, 1893. Further particulars will shortly appear. f217 NEWTOWN ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD New Year's Day, 1894. PRESIDENTS- R. E. JONES, ESQ., J.P. A. C. HUMPHREYS-OWEN, ESQ., J.P. XJIST OF peizes. MUSIC: I.-For the best singing of the Chorus, Sing Unto God" (Handel's "Judaa Maccabaens"), by Choirs not under 25, and not exceeding 30 (the Solo parts to be taken by all the Voices of the part).—First prize, .£8; second prize, R2. Open to choirs outside Newtown. 2.—For the best singing of the Hymn-tune, No. 111 (Hymns Ancient and Modern). Unaccompanied. Choirs not under 12. and not to exceed J6 in number. First prize, X3; second prize, £ 1. Open to Villages and Country Districts only. S.-For the best singing of the Male Voice Glee The Beleaguered," No. 2, Orpheus (Novello & Co). Accompanied. By Choirs not under 12, and not exceeding 16 in number.—Firet prize, X4; second prize, Xl. 4.—For the beat singing by Quintette, "Blow Gentle Gales" (Bishop), No. 259, Solfa Reporter Accompanied.-Prize. tl 5s Od. 5.—For the best singing by Trio of the Humourous Catch, "Ah! How Sophia."—Prize, 10s 6d. 6.—For the best singing by Children of Mondel- ssohn's Two-part Song, The Passage Bird's Parting." Age not to exceed 16. Choirs not under 16, and not exceeding 24 in number.- First prize, X2; second prize, 10a. The Complete List of Prizea will appear next week. A. S. COOKE, Hon. Sec. f 195 I GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. MEWTQWN FOOTBALL CLUB. A GRAND EveningConcert (In %id ef the funds of the above Club) Will be given in Ibe PUBLIC HALL, NEWTOWN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 1893, Programme under the direction of The Severn Hand-Bell lingers, (who have kirdly consented to (rive their sarvicM). Other first-class artiste* will also take part. Full particulars shortly. W. H. KVANS, Hon. See. fl97 I G. H. BELL'S ANNUAL AT 2 GRAND CONCERT: Will take place on I Friday, October 27th, IN THE PUBLIC ROOMS, NEWTOWN. fl96 ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHUBCH, NEWTOWN. A BAZAAR In aid of the Building Debt of the above Church wil I be held in the AUTUMN OF THIS YEAR. I Contributions Solicited. TOM ROBERTS I Severn Square, Newtown, e444 sec. pro. teas. IMPORTANT NOTICE. f I Welshpool Shire and Hackney ¡ Horse Show, 1893. I The LAST DAY for receiving Entries in I LEAPING and TURN-OUT Classes is I Iir MONDAY, Sept. 25th. Prize Lists and Entry Forms supplied on application to— JOHN EVANS, SECRETARY, 24, BBoAD STREET, WELSHPOOL. fl99 CAMBRIA>T RAILWAYS. IMPORTANT ACCELERATION. JULY, AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER, 1893. LONDON, BIRMINGHAM, WOLVERHAMPTON, &c., WITH ABERYSfWYTH, BARMOUTH, BRECON, Ac. Down. a.m. ) Up. p.m. London (Easton) .dep. 8 30 Barmouth dep. i 15 Bir'ingham (New-st) 11 30 Towyn 2 56 W'hampton (L.N.W.) „ 13 3 Aberdorey „ 3 10 Shrewsbury. 1 35 Aberystwith 2 50 Newtown air. 2 43 Borth S 12 Llanidloes 3 15 Machynlleth 3 45 Rhayader 0, 3 40 Brecon 11 1 23 Builth Wells 4 19 Bailth Wells 2 55 Brecon „ 5 15 Rhayader 3 41.1 Machynlleth 00 3 40 Lianidloes 4 11 Borth 11 4 9 i Newtown 4 47 Aberystwyth 4 30 Shrewsbury arr. 6 5 Aberdorey 4 10 W'hampton (LNW) „ 7 29 Towyn „ 4 20 Bir'sham (New-st,) „ F 55 Barmonth* 4 50 London (Easton). „ 10 15 This train is continued from Barmouth to Criccieth, Portmadoc, and Pwllheli. For further informa- tion see Time Bills. CHEAP WEEK END AND FORTNIGHTLY TICKETti are now issued to Aberystwyth, Barmouth, and other WATERING PLACES on the Cambrian Coast. For full particulars respecting fares and train times, see bills, to be had at all Stations. NEWTOWN EARLY CLOSING MOVEMENT On EVERY FRIDAY iu JULY. AUGUST. and SEPTEMBER, CHEAP RETURN TICKETS will be ISSUED FROM NEWTOWN to Llandinam at 2 30 p m. ) a Montgomery at 2 13 p.m. > ™ Welshpool at 2 13 p.m. ) 1/3 Third Class Fares fer the Double Journey. Children under Three Years of Age. Free; above Three and under Twelve, Half-fare. First Class Tickets issued at double the Third Class Fares. The Tickets will be available for RETURN the SAME DAY as follows —From Llandinam at 7 43 p.m., Montgomery 7 15 p.m. or 9 57 p.m., Welehpool 7 0 p.m. or 9 45 p.m. ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary and General Manager I Gr. C. GKLTTIJSTS BEGS to announce that be has always ready for de- JD livery a Large Stock of COFFIN BOARDS (English Oak). FELLOES of all Sizes. And WHEELWRIGHT'S MATERIAL of all Description G. C. G. has also some Capital WELSH PONIES, Trained for Riding and Driving, for Sale. Particulars and Prices on application. ADDRESS—G. C. GITTINS, Brithdir Saw Mills, BERRIEW, Mont. Railway Station: Montgomery. e36 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS PUBLIC ROOMS, LLANIDLOES. A GRAND Church Bazaar WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, SEPXEAHJKK 2-i. 27, 28, and 29, 1893 » Undor the P-troi-age of HIS WORSHIP THE MA YOR. aDd other distinguished Per A LARGE QUANTITY OF MOST EXCELLENT & ARTISTIC WORK Will be (ffered for Sale at stnetly Moderate Pric-s. A SUBSTANTIAL BEZI GE will be erected from the Pnbiic Rooms to the Masonic aud "ther Rooms at the Trcwythen Hotel, where a variety of Musical, Theatrical & Miscellaneous ENTERTAINMENTS will take place, including the Laughable Farces, Ici on Parle Franc-i. "A Regular Fix," "A Fair Encounter." Mrs J«rley's Famoos WAXWORK8, Nigger Minstreln, Children's Entertainments, Art Gallery, ELECTRIC BATTERY, etc.. etc. I The following Ladies have Had!? coisented to preside at the Stalls—STALL A: Marchioness (D)- I of Londonderry, Mrs Lloyd.Verncy, Clochfaen. STALL B: Ma Franci, Wallog; Mrs Lloyd-Kinsey. STALL C: Mrs Kitto, Giant: wr. STALL D: Mrs Kerr, Snmmerfield Park; M fit) Paull. Greenfield. I STALL E: Mrs Davies, Plas-yn-die; Mrs Kinney, Bryrllly. STALL F Mr Jones, Vicarage. PARISH STALL Mrs Jones, Vicarage Mrs Geoqre Benbow, Mrs Cope, Mrs George Boberts. BUUSBKEHT STALL: Mrs and Miss Marshall, Severn View. FLOWEB STALL: Miss Kitto, Glandwr. The Bazaar will be opened on Tuesday, September 26th. by the MABCHIONESS (D.) OF LONDONDKXXT, at 12 o'clock precisely. On Wednesday, September 27th, by the LOBD Eisitor OF BANGOB, at 2 o'clock. On the two remaining days, the Bazaar will be opened at 2 o'clock by other Patrons. Admission- One Shilling; after 6 p.m. Sixpence; Children under 12 years half-price. Tickets (not transferable), to admit One Person at any time when the Bazaar is open (including Opening Ceremony), Two Shillings and Sixpence. RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.—On~September 26th, 27th, 28th, and 29th the Cambrian Railways will issue Cheap Day return tickets to Llanidloes from Machynlleth, Newtown, Welshpool, Builth Walls, and intermediate Stations, by ordinary trains due to leave Machynlleth 9.50 a.m., and 1.20 p.m. (Passengers from Stations between Machynlleth and Moat Lane leave by tesine due to leave Cemmaes Road at 8 403 a.m. and 1.35 p.m.). Newtown 11.59 and 2.46 p.m.. Welshpool 11.25 a.m. and 2.2»p.m., Builth Wells S.13 a.m. and 12.8 noon, Rhayader 8.46 a.m. and 12.63 p.m. Passengers return by any Ordinary Stopping Train on date of issue. EDM. O. JONES, Vicar, Chairman, 8AML. IKIli. Treasurer, W. DAVID ROBERTS, Curate) Hon. JOHN DAVIES Seoretaries. f214 WELSHPOOL SHIRE AND HACKNEY HORSE SHOW AND SALE (Under the management of the Montgomeryshire District Entire Horse Association), will be held in the SMITHFIELD, WELSHPOPL, and a FIELD near thereto, on Friday, 29th September, 1893, When VALUABLE PRIZES will be given. The Splendid Band of the 4th Batt. South Wales Borderers (By permission of Col. H^rrison^ has been engaged for the oom-irn. SHOW OPEN to the PUELIC at 10 a.m. PUBLIC LUNCHEON inq-mithfield at 1.30 JUDGING OF LEAPING CLASSES at 2 p.m. JUDGING OF TJRy-oms at 3 p ni. Admission, ONE SHILLING. RAILWAY ARRANGEMENTS.—On Sept. 29th the Cambrian Railways Company will issue Cheap Return Tickets to Welshpool from Oswestrv, Llanfyllin. Llanidloes, Newtown, and intermediate stations. For particulars see small bills. JOHN EVANS, SECRETARY, 24, BROAD STREET, WELSHPOOL. ft 39 THE Harvest Festival WILL BE HELD AT THE PARISH CHURCH, NEWTOWN, On Michaelmas Day, Sept. 29th. There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion at 8 o'clock and Evensong at 7 o'clock. Preacher: Rev. CECIL HOOK, Vicar of Oawestry. ¡. j Collection for the Montgomeryshire I nfirmary. £ 170