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SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE. LLWYNYBRAIN, CAERSWS, Within 1 wile of the VilUge of Caeri-WB. on the Cam- brian Hnilway, and 5 miles from Nowtown. ml ES3Ra. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE P'l are instructed by the Representatives «t the late Mr Wra. Jonee, to conduct this important aale, on the premises at Llwynybrain, on THURSDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 5th, 1893, When they will submit for public competition the •whole of the valuable and high-class Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising an excellent Flook of 1*1 SPECKLE-FACED KERRY-HILL SHEEP, .8 HEREFORD AND CROSS-BRED CATTLE, including— 28 Capital Dairy Coward Heifer*; 25 Three-half year-old Heifers and Bullocks; 24 "Weanling Calves; and well-bred Yearling Ball. 9 CART HORSES AND COLTS; A well-bred Hack More and 2 Colts. Doe Cart: Harness; Gearing, &c.; 4 Sows in pig, and 3 Feeding Pigs; about 1-41 acres of Potatoes. First-class collection of modern YARN IMPLEMENTS AND MACHINERY, A grand lot of GRAIN AND WINTER KEEP, Including about 71 ACRES of WHEAT & OATts in the Straw, about 45 TONS PRIME HAY Wheat Straw the produce of 85 Acres 8 Acres « l Swedes, and about 300 ACRES OF V.XC KLLEN1 GRASS KEEP till the usual dates, all of which will be arranged in convenient Lots. gar* Two Monthe Credit on approved Security will be given on the Grain and Winter Keep. Luncheon at 11-30; Sale to Commence with the Sheep at 12-30 prompt. Descriptive Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire, or at their N-w- ««wj> Office on Tuesday. FRIESLAND, Near Cwmgwyn, 3 miles from Felindre. ILS3 RADNOR FOREST SHEEP, lie Hereford CATTLE, Z Useful Cart MARES, Implements, Tools, and Gearing, Pigs, Poultry, iJRAIN IN THE STACKS, and about 9 TONS of HAY (to go off), 3 Acres of 1 urmp», aiid 50 Acres of Grass Keep. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, on the premises, by Messrs. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE on ^THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1893, by Older of Mr Edward Williams. Catalogues on application. f266 BEUDYHIB, near Cefn inn, Laanllugan. ESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL, and POOLE JM. have received instructions from Mr K. Tomlineon, who-e lease of the farm expires at Lady 3>»y, to Sell by Auction, without reserve, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13TH, 1883, $be whole of his Live and Dead Farming Steak, com- Wrising 17 CROSS-BRED CATTfcE. 10 HORSES AND PONIES, a Sheep Pig, Poultry, Potatoes. Two-wheel Dog Cfett (by Roberts, Newtown), Farm Implements, 6mrs, and other Miscellaneous Effects. Catalogues on application to the AUCTIONEERS, Chirbury, Shropshire. f267 o ADDITION TO THE ABOVE, Messrs. Morris, Harsltall & Poole Have the honour to announce the following IMPORTANT SALES- -THE WERN, NBAB THE SARN.—Live Stock, Hay, and Out-door Effects, by order of Mrs Bdberts. MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 9th. ISUCKNELL HOUSE, BUCKNELL.-Winter Keep by order of the Representatives of the late Mr Brown. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10th. fiELDRE, UPPINGTON, -Farming Stock, by order of the Representatives of the late Mr Morgan. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th. jBOLBRO, ABERMULE.—Farming Stock, by order of Mr Humphreys. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th. JffEBLANDS 'BISHOP'S CASTLE—Farming Stock, by order of Mr Robert Davies. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18th. ffEWCASTLE, ASTON ON CLUN. Farming Stock and Efifects, "y order of Mr William Gough. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19th. JPENYGELLY, KERRY.-Farniiiaz Stock, by order of Mr James Bach. FRIDAY, October 20th. SHOSGREE, NEAR KNIGHTON.—Farming Stock, by order of Mr John Bound, jun. END OF OCTOBER. OFFICES Chirbury, Welshpool, Newtown, and Bishop's OO f203 CAMBRIAF RAILWAYS. ON MONDAYS, OCTOBER 2nd and 9th, 1893, the Last Trips of the Season wiil be run to ABERDOVEY, BORTH, TOWYN, DOLGELLEY, BARMOUTH, and ABERYSTWYTH, from Oswestry Welshpool, Montgomery, Newtown, Llanidloes, Jtfachynlleth, and intermediate stations. CHEAP WEEK END AND FORTNIGHTLY; TICKETS are now issued to Aberystwyth,' Barmouth, and other WATERING PLACES on the .cambrian Coast. For full particulars respecting fares and train times, see hills, to be had at all Stations. CAMBRIAN & LONDON & NORTH-WESTERN RAILWAYS. CHEAP EXCURSION TO THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS, BELLE VUE, MANCHESTER, Saturday, OCTOBER 7th, 1893. On the above day, « Special Train will leave Newtown at 6 15 a.m., jpnrl Montgomery 6 25 a.m. (fare, there and back, inclnding free admission to the gardens), third class, 4B. 6d. Welshpool 6 55 a.m., Oswestry 7 30 a.m.; ISllesmere 7 45 a.m., do 4s. Children under 12 years half-fare. For Longsight Station, adjoining the Aiardens; returning theiefroni, same evening, 9 45 p.m. after the Fireworks. ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary and General Manager. KERRY. GEO. E. PRYCE ftTing purchased the Stock-in-trade of the late Mr Robert Williams, COFFIN MAKER & UNDERTAKER, Begs to announce that he WILL CARRY ON THE BUSINESS, ^y«.lriiig the same MODERATE CHARGES as his predecesBor. f260 SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. COOKE BBOS. Messrs. Cooke Bros.' First Quarterly Sale of Property. COUT Y OF MONTGOMERY. N E W T 0 W N. IMPORTANT SALE of FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUBBS, PUBLIC HOUSB. and OTHKR PROPERTY, situate iu Newtown and Surrounding Parishes. V/TESSRS COOKE BROS, have received instrnc- iXL tions to offer lor SALE by Auction AT the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11TH, 1893* At THREE o'clock in the afternoou precisely, subject to conditions which catt 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 Properties, via. LOT 1. ALL that Valuable FREEHOLD INN or PUBLIC HOUSE called the FETATION INN, situate in Kerry- road, Newtown, in the occupation of Mr Edwin King. This Lot is within haf-a-micute's waik of the Railway Station, and is exceedingly convenient for Dealers and otheis attending the Fairs and Markets. It comprises Bar, Mmoke-room, Parlour, and Kitchen on ground floor, 3 Bedrooms aud Sitting-ioom on first lOUT, and 4 Bedrooms on isecoid floor it also has a large Club or Dining-room with 3 B. drooms above adjoining. There are also convenient outbuildings and stabling. LOT 2. ALL those 4 DWELLING HOUSES with the Appurtenances thereto, being Nos. 9 and 10 in KERRY-ROAD, NEWTOWN, with 2 houoes in the Adjoining Court, situate within one minute's walk of the Railway Station, and now in the occupation of Mra Mary Wilson, Messrs Pryce Parry and Chailes Gardner, and Mrs Kitto. LoT 3. ALL that very valuable Plot of Land and BUILDING SITE, containing 1,600 square yards, or thereabouts, situate on the South aide of the NEW ROAD, NEWTOWN, aforesaid (between the Resi- dence of J. A. Talbot, Esq., and St. David's Church), in the occupation of Mrs Mary Stephens, and now used as a field and garden. LOT 4. ALL those Three Substantially Built DWELLING HOUSES situate on the West side, and being Nos. 6, 7, and 8, BRYN-STREET, NEWTOWN, in the occupation of Messrs Edward Bevan, Thomas Evan and Thomas Williams, with three Dwelling Houits in the rear thereof at present unoocupied, wita yard and appurtenances. LOT 5. ALL THOSE Two Substantially built Freehold Messuages or Dwelling-houses, called MYWJPLE 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 James Pryce. LOT 6. ALL THOSE Three Convenient Freehold COT- TAGES, situate and known as Nos. 6, 7, and 8, The Lot, Park Street, in the parish of Newtown, in the occupation of Messrs Richard Pugh, Robert Bardell, and 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, CRESCENT 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 HOUSE, situate and known as Nos. 23 and 24, PARK STREET, NEWTOWN, and tenanted by Mrs Llywarch and Mrs Stewart respectively, with all those THREE COTTAGES in the rear tenanted by Richard Williams, Mra Davies, and Mies Williams respectively, together with that large and convenient YARD, containing about 588 square yards, and with the necessary outbuildings. For further particulars as to Lots 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 f243 MESSRS. LUCAS AND CO. WREXHAM. LUCAS'S SECOND GREAT NORTH WALES JU PRIZE HORSE SALE AND SHOW will take place in their New and Extensive Establishment at Wrexham (overlooking the two Railway Stations), on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, and following days, at 11-30 each day. Cash Prizes nearly JE50 HI value, Eleven classes comprising Hunters, Harness Horses, Cobs, Ponies, Waggon and Light Lurry Horses, Shire Mares. Fillies, Geldings, and Foals. Entries close Saturday, November 4th, and should be made at once, enabling the Auctioneers to give early intimation to the numerous enquiries of intending purchasers. Entry forms and prize lists from LUCAS & CO., f246 HOTHAM STEEET, LIVERPOOL. MR. T. S. PRYCE. MOUNT STREET, WELSHPOOL, EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR SECURE INVESTMENTS ON DESIRABLE FREE- HOLD PROPERTY. MR. T. S. PRYCE will offer for SALE BY AUCTION, at the DRAGON INN, WELSHPOOL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER the 19th, 1893, at 6 o'elock in the evening. LOT 1. All that fully-licensed Inn and PUBLIC HOUSE known as the Dragon Inn, being No. LO, Mount- street, containing Bar, Parlour, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Back-kitchen, and Four Bedrooms, Brew- house and commodious Stabling, and Large Room in the rear, measuring 54 feet x 18, and a good Garden, all in the occupation of Mr Preeoe as yearlv tenant. LOT 2. All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING HOUSE situated and being No. 40, Mount-street, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Back-kitchen, and 3 Bedrooms, with large Yard, Garden, and Building formerly used as a Slaughterhouse, all in the occupation of Mrs Jones. LOT 3. All those 7 COTTAGES adjoining Lot 2 situated and numbered 1 tu 7 in Dragon-quare, Mount-street aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr William Jones and others, with a stable at the rear. The above property IS in a good state of repair. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 1, Brook-street, Welshpool, or to Messrs. WILLIAMS, GITTINS & TAYLOR, f259 Solicitors, Newtown. SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. R. GILLART AND SONS. FELINGERRIG MILLS, Near Machynlleth. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD FLANNEL MILLS AND LAND. MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS are instructed -1.. to Sell by Public Auction, at the WYNNSTAY HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH, on SATURDAY, 21.t day of OCTOBER, 1893, AT Three o'clock in the After. noon, in one or more lots, and subject to conditionp then and there to be produced, all that Valuable Freehold Property known as "FELINGERRIG FLANNEL MILLS," log-ether with the Dwelling House 4nd Garden? al..o TWO FIELDS or Parcels of Land. containing altogether 4a. lr. 4p. or thereabouts. Plans and particulars may be obtained of Messrs. Howell, Evans and Gillart, SOLICITORS, Machynlleth or of the AucLioneers, Towjn, Merioneth, una Macnynlleth. f243 NORTH WALES. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY & MERIONETH. Highly Important Sale of Valuable Freehold FARMS aud other PROPERTIES. MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS have received -uLiL instructions to offer FOR SALS by Public Auction, in OCTOBER NEXT, The following very valuable Freehold Properties, viz: MONTOOMICRYSHIRZ- PARISH OF MACHYNLLETH: Hafodygarreg Farm, Lime Kiln, Cottage, and Garden. PARISH OF CEMMES: Doltwymyn, and Peny. gyrne, Farms and Cottages, Gardens, and Lands at Cwmllyne. PARISH OF LLANLLWCHAIARN (Newtown) Nine substantially and well-built Dwelling Houses and Premises sirntte in Crescent-street and Com. mercial-street, Newtown. MBBIONXTHSHIRB— 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, Caeceinacb, and Llanerchybleiddie, and Breichiercaean Farms. Also 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 I at tbe Estate Office, Pias 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. I OERFFRWD. In the Parish of Llanwnog, 3 miles from Carno Station, and li from Pontdolgooh. MESSRS. THEODORE AND STORY have been .1M- 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 2 £ -year-old Bullocks; 4 ditto Heifers; Two 1^-year- oid Bullocks; 4 ditto Heifers 5 Calves; 1 Fat Bull. 105 CROSS-BRED SHEEP, Viz., 50 Ewes, 40 Fat Wethers, 3 Rams, 10 Hogs. 5 HORSES, Viz., 1 Powerful Cart Mare, in-foal to Blangdcn Bangup"; 1 ditto 3-year-old, in-fcal to Country Faehion"; 1 Draught Colt; 1 Smart Cob, 5-yeai- old, quiet to ride and drive; 1 ditto rising 3, quitt to ride. 5 STORE PIGS, 1 FAT SOW. 2 STACKS OF OATS (about 80 bags); 4 TONS C, 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. O. Kins^y, Esq). 3i Acres SWEDES and TURNIPS, Acre Magnum Bonum POTATOES (the whole to be sold in suitable lots.) PART OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Twe months' credit given on the Grain and Fodder on approved security. Luncheon at 11-30. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock punctually. Llanfair, Mont. f236 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. ALLTISSA, NEAR LLANFAIR, ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1893, (Llanfair Pig-fair Day). THE WHOLE OF THE LIVE AND DEAD J. FARMING STOCK, GRAIN, HAY, &c. Further particulars will appear shortly. Llanfair, Welshpool. f255 PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE. I BEG TO GIVE NOTICE THAT I HAVE POSTPONED MY CONCERT (one week), to FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd. f252 G. H. BELL. THE FIRE AT THE CLODDIA, LLANDYSSIL. I HEREBY desire to return my sincere THANKS to those kind friends who so heartily assisted to remove the Furniture aud in the endeavour to extinguish the fire on Sunday last. JOHN BASON, Jnnr. September 27th, 1893. f247 MONTGOMERYSHIRE MICHAELMAS SESSIONS, 1893, AT WELSHPOOL. IVJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the next _L1 General QUARL'ER SESSIONS of the Peace for the County of Montgomery will he held at the TOWN HALL. IN WELSHPOOL. in the said County, on THURSDAY, the 19..h day of OCTOBER, 1893, at half-past Ten o'clock in the forenoc*, at which hour and place the trial of prisoners for felony and misdemeanor will commence, and Grand and Petty Jurors, 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 tb Peace before the sitting of the Corrt. HARRISON. Clerk of the Peace. Welshpool, 22nd September, 1883. f228 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP. NEWTOWN VERSUS NEWPORT, ON the Cunning-, Newtown, Saturday Nex*\ Oct. 7th. Kick-off at 3 o'clock. Admission Three- pence Ladies, Free Reserved Ground, d. extra. Don't forget the Fo >tbail Concert, Friday, Oct. 13th. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, NEWTOWN. PREACHER FOR SUNDAY NEXT. OCT. 8TH., PliOFlibsOU J- £ LL0Y BA.NtioK, (Formerly of Aberystwnii.) SERVICES AT 11 AND 6. O'CLOCK. SPECIAL MUB-IC BY THE CHOIR. f236 BAPTIST CHAPEL, CAERSWS. THE ANNUAL TEA AND CONCERT Will take place on CHRISTMAS DAY, 1893- Further particulars will shortly appear. f289 NEWTOWN SCIENCE AND ART CLASSES. SESSION, 1893-4. The Committee beg to announce that the following trubjects will be taught at the NEW CHURCH STREET BOARD SCHOOLS, Commencing MON- DAY, OCTOBER 2ND. SUBJECT. NIGHT. TIME. TEACHBR. Model Drawing—Wednesdays—7-30—8.381—JVlr J. K L. Griffiths Geom. Drawing—Wednesdays—8-45—9-45— Mathematics— Thursdays— 7-30—8-30— Light and Shade—Mondays— 8 30—9-30—Mr Jas Wall Perspective— Tuesdays— 8-30—9-30— Physiography- Thursdays— 8-30—9-3U— Freehand- Mondays- 8-30—9-30—MrD. Y. Saer The nominal fee will be lia. 6d. per quarter for each subject. Any further information may be obtained on application to the Secretary of the Committee— AUBREY T. BENBOW, 2, New Road, f261 Newtown. LEllÁL NOTICE. Re EDWARD HUMPHREYS, Deceased. ALL PERSONS having CLAIMS against the Estate of Edward Humphreys, late of 8, Wesley Place, Newtown, in the County of Mont- gomery, retired weaver, deceased, are requested to send particulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before the 31st day of October next, after which time the Executors will proceed to administer the Estate, having regard only to the Claims of which they shall then have received notiee. Dated the 28th day of September, 1893. MARTIN WOOSNAM, Bank Chambers, Newtown, f254 Solicitor to the Executors. PROPERTIES TO LET & FOR SALE. TO LET, No. 2, MILFORD COTTAGES (lately tenanted by Mies Morgan.)—Apply to COOKE BROS., House Agents, Newtown. f265 TO BE LET, and entered upon let of May next HOUSE AND GARDEN, pleasantly and conveniently situated 4 rooms upstairs, 4 down, and two attics.—G. Hammond, Caersws. t2;,8 TO BE LET, Wernddu Farm, situate near tbe village of Churchstoke, containing about 240 acres, possession 25th March, 1894.-For further particulars apply to Mr E. Lloyd, The Rectory, Berriew. f97 TO LET (with possession at the end of present year's holding), a most desirable Farm known as BRYNBEDWEN and WENALLT, containing 227 acres of good sound land, with capital house ann buildings; also large Cottage and Wainhouse at- tached, with plenty of shade and water, situate about 3 miles from Newtown, adjoining main road.-Apply to T. Rees, Glascoed, Dulfor. f244 TO BE LET, with immediate possession, the well-known and conveniently arranged FLOUR MILLS, working Five Pairs of Stones, at Abermule, now in the occupation of Mr Edward Embrey. An excellent Dwelling HOUSE with ail necessary Outbuildings is adjoining, and 17 £ Acres of Sound and highly productive LAND.—For further particulars, and to treat, apply to Harrison and Winnall, Solicitors, Welsbpool. f250 i MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PENNANT, within two miles from Montgomery and within one from Abermule stations on the Cam. brian Railways. TO BE LET, this Commodious RESIDENCE with gardens, orchards, lawn tennis grounds and with about 700 acres of shooting. From 10 to 20 acres of meadow land in front of house may be had if der,ired.-Apply to R. Lewis-Andrew, Esq., Glanhaf. ren, Abermule, or Mr Wm. Pritchard, Land and Estate Agent, Tanyfron, Garthmyl, Mont. c390 TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, a very deeiralle and attractive Freehold Farm celled tie "DINNANT," comprising 376a. 0- 15p., now in the occupation of Mr John Lloyd as yearly tenant, situate in the parishes of BERRIEW and Manafon, and being one mile from the Village of Manafon, and four miles from Berriew, and four miles from the market town of Llanfair. This is an excellent farm, and a superior Sporting Property, and is bounded for a distance of nearly one mile by the River Rhiew, celebrated for its trout fishing. For further particulars, and to treat, apply to Messrs. Morris, Marshall and Poole, Auctioneers, Chirbury; or to Messrs. HARRISON & WINNALL, f249 Solicitors, Welshpool. ) SUN insurance OFFICE v (FIRE) FOUNDED 1710. Sum insured in 1S92, £ 391,800,000. AGENT FOR THE CJOWN LIFE ASSURANCE O. For all particulars apply to the following Agents:- Newtown—MR. WILLIAM F. THOMAS, Office PUBLIC ROOMS. Newtown& Llaiiidloes-Mr BENNETT ROWLANDS Llanfyllin-Mr WILLIJ M A. PUGH. Welshpool-Mr DAVID WALL. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS, Td t. FOWlS COMPETITIVE CHOIR. UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE A GRAND EVENING CONCERT WILL BE HKLD AT THIt Town Hall, Welshpool, ON THURSDAY, OcT. 19TH, 1893, IN AID OF THE WELSHPOOL DISPENSARY. The Competitive Choir, several well-known Pro- fe.^sional and Aina'eur Vocalists, Violin (and other instrumental) Soloists, e'.c., have been engaged for this Concert. A Programme of the Music will shortly be pub lished. J. H. DATIES, Broad St Hon. A. H. JONES. DolaDog. ) f233 a- IMPORTANT NOTICE. I LLANIDLOES I SPECIAL r HORSE FAIR, Will be held on Thursday, October 19th, 1893, BY ORDER, EDWARD DAVIES. MAYOa, lIEF For the future these Fairs will be held on MARCH 10th and OCTOBER 19th in each I year. f286 G. H. BELL'S J ANNUA* GRAND CONCERT Will take place on ( Friday, November 3rd, t I IN THB < PUBLIC ROOMS, r NEWTOWN. I fl96 I ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL I CHURCH, NEWTOWN. A BAZAAR In aid of the Bnildinsr Debt of the above Church wil be held in the First Week in December. Contributions will be thankfully received by the Hon. bees. MRS. PRATT, Llwynon, Newtown, G. M. EVANS, 31, New Road, Newtown. e444 BWLCHYFFEIDD. A Tea and Competitive Meeting Will be held on Christmas Day, 1893. Further particulars will shortly appear. f217 NEWTOWN ANNUAL EISfEDDFOD 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 Chorup, Sing- Unto God" "Judas Maccabaens"), by Choirs not under 2.5, and not exceeding 30 (the Solo part- to be taken by all the Voices of the part).-First prize, £ S j spcond prize, £ 2. Open only to choirs outside Newtown. 2.—For the best TINPINP of the Hymn-tune, No. 111 (Hymns Ancient and Mojeru). Unaccompanied. Choirs not under J2 and not to exceed J6 in number. First prize, .£3; necond prize. J61. Open to Villages and Country Districts < nly. ) 3.—For the best SINE^N? of tlJ" Male Voice Gi,e, The Beleaguered," No. 2, Orpheus (Novello & Co). Accompanied. By Choirs not under 12, and not exoeedmg 16 in number.—First prize. £ £ second prize, £ 1, 4.—For the best singi- g Sy Quintette. "Blow Gentle Gales" (Bishop), No 259, Solfa Reporter Accompa.lied.-P!ize..£153 Od. 5.—For the best sineing by Trio of the Humourous Catch, "Ah! How Sophia."—Prize, 10s 6d. 6.—For the best tinging by Children of Mendel- ssohn's Two-part Song, The Passage BirdV Parting." Age not to exceed 16. Choirs not under 16. and nut exceeding 24 in number.— F,rst prize, £ 2; second prize, 10s. The Complete List of Prizes will appear next week. A. S. COOKE, Hon. Sec. f 195 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS PRESENTATION TO SIR PRYCE PRYCE-JGNES, p. THE ABOVE PRESENTATION WITT. BE MADE IN THE TOWN HJGLX,, WELSHPOOL, ON THURSDAY, the 12th of OCTOBER NEXT, BY THE BIGHT HON. THE EARL OF POWIS. Occasion wilj be taken to bold a GREAT Conservative and Unionist MEETING WHICH WILL BE ADDRESSED BY THE MARQUIS OF LONDONDERRY, r K.G., and OTHBRS, THE CHAIR WILL BB TAKXN ST TSS Right Hon. THE EARL OF POWIS AT SEVEN O'CLOCK. SPECIAL TRAINS will be run from .ttaletht Llauiiloes, and intermediate stations, Vef par» 'iculara see Email bills. Admipiion by Tickets, which may be obtained from the following —Welshpool, MfgjtM J. Paddock H. Sm;th; N»wto\vn. at the Cowervativs Club t Machy.ileth, Mr iN. LloYll Jones; LlaJÙdloø, Mr John Williams; Mltdgowpry. Mr Maurioa Davies; LI mfyllin, Mr E. D. Jones, or on applioatioil to the undersigned, W. FORRESTFR ADD1R. Wpfehpool, „ •T. MARSHALL DUGDAL2, Llanfyllin. i?on« JOSEPH EVANS. Mao YNILE'H, j8** THOS. J. PUGH, NEWTOWN, SECRETARY. 1 LGTJ • >S uoh 'SNVA3 "H •i^joqs siviuolvud una: -li-ad i1]{tJt CSltr mA\ esnjo-^jg JIO •(S0DIAJ8B 1X9 eAia 01 pe^UOdUGO Aipuuf Otfil) •siafrrti [pa-pireg UJ3A3g BILL jo uoi!joaa;p oqj japan 83iiu«i £ o4 £ '868L tAIS LL' ^1380100 'AVOIHd 'N.O.L.Mn 'nVH olliaaj eq ul uoll oq UT (qnIJ OAoqv aLl; jo epanj eq; jo PI" aI) a dNVHO V 1J30U0Q6UIU9A3 •amo Tivaiooji NMOJLMaN BAPTIST CHUBCH, NEWTOWN. PASTOR: Rev. T. E. WILLIAMS, Brynllys, TREASUKiE Mr T. PARRY JONES, J.P., Park Bouie. SECRETARY: Mr E. WOOLLEY, High Street. THE Officers and Members of the abort Churcb earnestly invite your patronage and Mpport in connection with A SALE OF WORK AND RUMMAGE SALE To bekeld is THE VICTORIA llALL. NEWTOWN ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 13th and 14th October, 1893. In aid of the Baptist Church Fandg. The S le will be Opened at Three o'olonk it. the Afternoon, by 10 MISS LEWIS, Mount Severn, Llanidloes. A Tjirge ard Varied Collection of NFW tvn SECOND-HAND GOuDS, -ill be displ^i uLn the Stalis under th^ superintendence or T *a- connected with the Church. ies STALL No I-Getierai, STALL No. 2-Grocery and Provitior.g. STALL No. 3—Fruit, Flowers and Vegetables. STALL No. 4 Pru.try and Dai y Produce STALL No. 5— Fire Arts and Boofeti, SrALL No. Each Evpnirip there; will be sn ATTRApfTr-p PROGRAMME OF VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC and MISCELLANEOUS ENTERTAINMENTS Snle opens each day at 3 o'clock. ADMISSION—First day, 6d. Second, 3d Donations of Mon"T or Goods will be received by any Lad es of t.he Church, or iLs^m dir signed Officer* < f ihe Sale Commutes, aii<ier* Chairman Mr GEO. MORGAN, The Fron. Treasurer—Mrs BENNETT', Oa}{ Vil'a Hon. Secis. { K Hon. S»O». j IRRAE SP COOK! n