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SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE. WELSIIPOOL SMITHFIELD. SALE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK. ON MONDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 6TH. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, 1342 AUCTIONEERS. HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE AT OAKELEY, BISHOP'S CASTLE, SHROPSHIRE. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE are favoured with instructions from John Oakeley. Esq (who is letting Oakeley, unfurnished, for a term of years), to SELL by AUCTION, on the iacemi'aeB. On TUESDAY, the 14th day of NOVEMBER, 1893, And following days. The whole of the Vejry Valuable APPOINTMENTS of the Mansion, iucluding- The Antique and Modern FURNITURE of Recep- tion Rooms, Entrance Hall, and numorous Bed Chamber g. An Unique Collection of very rare OLD PRINTS, ETCHINGS and ENGRAVINGS, OIL PAINTINGS by the Old Masters. Valuable and Extensive LIBRARY of BOOKS. Many choice specimens of OLD CHINA, SILVER, and PLATED GOODS, Antique Bronzes, Ancient Weapons, and numerous other Valuable Items. Descriptive Catalogues. 6d each, may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire. f343 RHOSGREE, One mile from Llanbister-road Station. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE JtM. have received instructions from Mr John Hound, junr., who is leaving, to SBLL by AUCTION cm the premises as above, OX FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 1893, ZZO CLUN FOREST SHEEP, SO PURE-BRED HEREFORD CATTLE, 7 CART & HACX HORSES, TAIRM IMPLEMENTS, well haivested GRAIN in the Stacks, and the whole of the very valuable WIN1ER KEEP. fM4 — — TO BE SOLD BY* PRIVATE TREATY, 35 Acres of Excellent GRASS KEEP, on the i Cloddia Farm, Llandyssil, and 5 acres of Capital Swedes and Turnips (to go off).-Apply to Morris, Marshall and Poole, Chirbury, Shropshire. f280 MESSRS. COOKE BROS. "r THIS DAY (TUESDAY, OCT. 31ST). (Newtown Fair.) MESSRS COOKE BROS, are instructed to SELL BY AUCTION the following Fat and Store Stook SA HERRFORD and SHORTHORN CATTLE. .l. 17 Two-and-a-half year old Bullocks and 7 v isifers. SO CROSS-BRED WETHERS, Three-year-old. SALE TO COMMENCE AT 11 O'CLOCK. f333 ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 1ST. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. are instructed to JNL Sell by Auction in the MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN, A large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Including :-3 Iron and Brass Bedsteads Feather and Jflock Beds; Wash stands and Dressing Tables; Chests of Drawers; Wardrobes; Toilet Glasses; Toilet Sets; Drawing Room Suite in Mahogany (in excellent condition); Couches an j Eaey Chairs in leather; Bamboo Lamp Stand; Overmantels Dining wm Tables Whatnots Marble Timepiece China and Glass; Tapestry and other Carpets; Copper JKettle and Pans and Sundry Kitchen requisites. SALE AT 5-30 P.M. ON VIEW from 2 o'clock on day of sale f340 MR. J. E. THISTLE. THIS 2** (TUESDAY), OCTOBER 31ST, 1893 (Newtown Fair Day). SALE OF SPORTING 00:, MR. JONS I) THISTLE is favoured with instructions from A. D. DAWSON, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION, in the Bear HoteL Yard, Uewtown, his Kennel of rf-gisieied PEDIGREE POINTERS, SETTERS, &c., Includng POINTERSBlack Dog, DARKEY (June 4th, 1891), Sire Bell's Tell, D.xm Juro Liver and ,White Dog," DEXTER (July, 1891) Sire Duke of Gorphwysfa, G.S. Beau Rep, G G.S. Nasso, dam Hafran Sally, G.D. Jenny Liver and White Bitch, DfcVONA," sister to above (Prize winner at Llarifyilin and Portmadoc); Liver and White Dog, GROUSE," 14 months old, Sire Darkey, Dam Dorothy of Gorphwys-fa (warranted over distemper); Black and White Dog, "GOVERNOR" brother to above (do.); Black and White Bitch, "GOSSAMER," pinker t." shove (do.) Black and White Dog, "ARTFUL" (May, 1892), Sire Issard's Sambo, G.S. Tell, Dam Naylor'u Magic, G.D. Jano Liver Bitch, Dot," sire Duke, dam Juno, shot ovt)r two seasons. SETTERS—Best Black and White Laverack dogs (May 1892), "JELF" and "Jock," by Charlie Montgomery, dam Pilkington's Juno (warranted over distemper); Black and Tan Gordon DON (shot over two teasons) Laverack bitch "BLUE BEE (14 months old); ditto dog PRINCE LLEWELYN," shot ovr three seasons, prize winner ditto do. CHARLIE MONTGOMERY," shot over two seasons. GR,EAT D,%NE-BrirOle dog "PRESIDENT OF NEWTOWN" (29ih October, 1891), sire Prince Jumbo, dam Lady Landr Kennel Requisites, &c. Also, BETTERS and POINTERS, the property of Mr Jones, Doifor Hall, and E. Elwell, Esq. Sale at 2-30 p.m. TO BE SOLD at the PADDOCK, opposite THE SPOBTCMAK INN," at 12 o'clock, after the horse Sale, the GRASS KEEP on 10 ACRES till 25th March Next. Two Cart, Chaff Cutter, Root Pulper, Sheep Rack, Sheep Troughs, Iron Hurdles, Iron Pillars and Caps. and other effects. Offices, Montgomery. — ——— KERRY. GEO. E. PRYCE leaving purchased the Stock-in-trade of the late Mr Robert Williams, COFFIN MAKER & UNDERTAKER, Begs to announce that he WILL CARRY ON THE BUSINESS, "Making the same MODERATE CHARGES as his predecessor. f206 j h J SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. B. GILLART AND SONS. NORTH WALES. COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY & MERIONETH. SALE OF HIGHLY IMPORTANT, ATTRAC- TIVE, AND VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS, HOUSES, BUILDINGS. AND AC- COMMODATION LANDS, ALSO VALUABLE FREEHOLD REVERSIONS OF IMPOR- TANT BUSINESS, AND OTHER PPEMISES. MESSRS. R. GILLART & SONS are instructed -LXi- to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the BEAR'S HEAD HOTEL, NEWTOWN, ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31ST, 1893, at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon, the following Pro- perties, z. COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. FASISH OF IiliANLtWCHAIAEN. No. of Tenant. Tenement. Quantities. Lot 1 John Oakley 4 Cottages in Cres. and others cent St., Newtown 162 sq. yds. 2 Eliz'bethLowe5 Cottages in Com- and others roercial Street and Pomp Court, New- town 209 eq. yds. And at the WYSNSTAY HOTEL, MACHYN- LLETH, ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1ST. 1893, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, the following Pro- perties, viz. COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. PARIS. OF MACHYNLLETH. No. of Tenant. Tenement. Quantities. Lot A. ioL P. 3 David Lloyd odygarreg Farm 62 3 4 A BISH OF CEMMX8. 4 HusrhWilliams Doltwymyn Farm 46 1 34 5 David Davies Penygyrne Farm 47 1 7 6 John Evans 4 Cottages & Gardens and others and small piece ol land at Cwmllinau 3,854 sq. yds COUNTY OF MERIONETH. PARISH OF PIMNAL. A. B. P. 8 Rev Charles 4 Fields near the Price village of tennal. 5 I 39 9 Richard Lewis 5 Cottages known as and others Rees Terrace at Pennal 1378 sq yds 10 Richard Jones 3 Cottages, Gardens, and others and Building at I Pennal. 916 sq yds 11 Hugh Thomas Freehold reversion of and others and in a piece of Land together with 5 Dwelling-houses and Buildings erected thereon at I Formal, 1210 sq yds 12 David Morgan Freehold House and Garden at Pennal. 538 sq yds 13 Thomas Lewie Valuable Freehold Reversion of and in all that piece of Land,together with House and Shop erected thereon at Pennal. 418 sq yds PARISH OF TOWYN. A. B. P. 14 Humphrey Caeceinach and Llan- Jones erchybleiddiau Farms. 298 3 1 15 Representa- Nantgwenlli Farm. 92 2 6 tives of late Rowland Edwards 16 David Jones Breichie'rcaeau Farm. 71 1 6 17 John Morris Valuable Freehold and others Reversion of and in all that piece of Land, together with Dwelling houses, Shops, and Buildings erected ttereon, situate in Corbett Square and Church Street, Towyn. Church Street, Towyn. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained at. t*10 Principal Hotels in the neighbour- hood at the Estate's Oihce, jflas Machynlleth; from Messrs UPTON, ATKEY, and UPlOiN, solicitors, 14, Austin Friars, London, E.C.; or the AUCTIONEERS, Towyn (Merioneth) and Maebyn. lleth. fl65 MESSRS. LUCAS AND CO. WREXHAM. LUCAS'S SECOND GREAT NORTH WALES PRIZE HORSE SALE AND SHOW will take place in their New and Extensive Establishment at Wrexham (overlooking the two Railway Stations), ou TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, and following days, at 11-30 each day. Cash Prizes nearly .£50 in value. Eleven classes comprising Hunters, Harness Horses, Cobs, Ponies, Waggon and Light Lurry r Horses, Shire Mares. Fillies, Geldings, and Foals. Entries close Saturday, November 4tb, and should be made at once, enabling the Auctioneers to give early intimation to the numerous enquiries of I intending purchasers. Entry forms and prize lists from LUCAS & CO., f246 HOTHAM STEEET, LIVERPOOL. 1 „ MESSRS. THEODORE AND STORY. ALLTISSA, 3 Miles from Llanfair on Llanerfyl road. MESSRS. THEODORE & STORY are'instructed by Mrs. Bebb to conduct this important Sale by Auction ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1893, (Llanfair Pig-fair Day)- 36 CROSS-BRED HEREFORD CATTLE, Comprising 10 Grand Milch Cows, 21- year-old Heifers,&c., 11 HORSES, Including Powerful Cart Horses, Promising Fillies, Colts, &c. 2.5 CROSS-BRED SHEEP. PIGS, 2 Sows with litters, 8 Store Pigs, &c., Large quantity of GRAIN, HAY, SWEDES, POTATOES, &c. Grand Assortment of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTBNSILS, & Luncheon at 11-30; Sale to commence at 12-30. t25 SCHOLASTIC. HIGH MIDDLE CLASS BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, FOR YOXTNO LADIES, CLEVELAND HOUSE, WELSHPOOL. Principals—The MISSES BELL. The aim of the Principals is to supply at a moderate oost, a sound and superior education, with careful training and home comforts. Prospectuses on application. NEWTOWN GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER- Ernest J. Bunnett, B.A. vCambridge Mathematical Honours), !ate Assistant Master at LIVERPOOL COLLEGE, etc. Assisted by a RESIDENT MASTER. BOARDERS 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 LLANIDLOES GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER: W. D. LEWIS EVANS, M.A., London I Late Cyiiddelw Scholar at U.C.W.'s; First Claes English Honours at B.A.; Second on M.A. list. Pupils prepared for Scholarships at the University Colleges—Matriculation, Civil Service, Theological Colleges, Ac., and for Commercial Life. REFERENCES Principal Edwards, Bala; Princi. pal Roberts, DrHerford, and Prof. Angus, U.C.W. Revs J, A. Miles, A. Morris, and LI. Edwards, Aberystwyth. Prospectus, &c., on REPLICATION to ne&dmsitu, fl03 I PROPERTIES 1q LET & FOR SALE. I RPO LET NO. 2, MILFORD COTTAGES (LATELY A 4IEA MORGAN.)—APPLY TO COOKE BROS., HOUSE AGETLTBI NEWTOWN. F265 TO LET, AND Shop, situate in Ga.s Street. -Apply to SECRETARY Gas Co., Newtown. I I MO BE LET. A STABLE & COACH-HOUSE. J- SITUATE IN OLD CHURCH-STREET.—APPLY TO MRS Nunn, BROAD-STYEET) Newtown. f274 RPO LET, D(,]GDAII COTTAGE, MILFORD ROAD, NEW- J- TOWN, CONTAINING 6 ROOMB, WITH SMALL GARDEN, eto.-App y, W. F. Thomas, Newtown. f281 R|L0I5S-]^ET, AN<* ENTERED upon 1st of May next HOT/SE AND GARDEN, pleasantly and) conveniently SITUATED 4 rooms upstairs, 4 down, I and two Httics.—G. Hammond, Caerswa. F258 | I T*0 ?E LET, Wernddu Farm, situate NEAR the F V1tlage of Churchatoke, containing about 240 I possession 25th March, 1894.—For further "rO!, k)ossessiou 25th March, 1894.-For further GWNCUIARS apply to Mr E. Lloyd, The Rectory, | LET (with possession at the end of present ■O YEAR'S holding), a most desirable Farm known «* B RYNBEDWEN and WENALLT, containing 227 of good sound land, with capital house and dings also large Cottage and Wainhouee at- TACTJED, WITH plenty of shade and water, situate about ta-clied., with plenty of shade and water, situate about 3 M, es from Newtown, adjoining main road.—Apply to 'J". Rees, Glascoed, Dolfor. f244 MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PENNANT, within two miles from Montgomery and Vithin one from Abermule stations-on the Cam- brian Railways. PO BE LET, this Commodious RESIDENCE, ■ with gardens, orchards, lawn tennis grounds, A.nd with about 700 acres of shooting. From 10 to 20 lieres of meadow land in front of house may be had if desired.—Apply to R. Lewis-Andrew, Esq., Glanhaf. ren, Abermule, or Mr WM. Pritchard, Land and Estate Agent, Tanyfron, Garthmyl, Mont. C390 WANTEDS, ETC. EGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS.—Mrs. Rider, 2, Waterloo Place, Welshpool. e554 I WANTED, a Strong Lad as apprentice to the Wheelwright Trade.—Apply to D. R. Gethin, Bettws. fl68 WANTED, JAM POTS, any quactity, 1 and 2 lbs. Good price given. Apply, Hibbotts's Confec- tionery Works, Newtown. fl78 WANTED, to hire a level field (within a I-mile of Newtown) suitable for Football and Cricket.—State amount required per annum to Ludus," Express Office. f301 DISTRICT CORRESPONDENTS WANTED IN Machynlleth and Llanfyilin.—Apply Editor, Express and Times Office, Newtown. APPRENTICE.—Wanted to Apprentice a re- spectable Youth to the Drapery Business. Indoors.—Address A.B., Express Office. fOOO TO BE LET. GRASS KEEP. ACRES of GRASS KEEP for Sheep; sound \Jv_/ and good.—Apply to David Edwards, New- town. f341 TO BE LET, from Lady-day next, PARK-YR- RHIEW," a capital Sheep Farm, 226 Acres, within 2 miles of Pontdolgoch or Carno Stations, on the Cambrian Railways; also, "RHOS-YR-HAIDD" Farm, 104 Acres, close to the Village of Cat-no.- For further particulars, apply to Thomas Bowen, Dolgcad Hall, Welshpool. f339 LOST, STRAYED, ETC. LOST, Stolen or Strayed, on the 26th September, 1893, a Black RETRIEVER DOG, answering to the name cf Sailor.Anyone returning the same io Mr Martin Woosnam, Solicitor, Newtown, will be rewarded. fOOO SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. EOR SALE OR HIRE, a Brace of perfectly broken SETTERS.—For price and particulars apply to J. R. Jones, Newtown. nOl TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, seveia' convenient Lots of TIMBER, in the neigh- bourhood of Newtown.—Apply to Bennett Rowlands, Estate Agent, Newtown. f202 TO SHOEMAKERS.—To be Sold a Shcemakei 's SEWING MACHINE, as good as new.—Apply to Mrs J. RICHAKLS, Commercial Street, NEVS"<OV N. 1311 TRADE NOTICES. WILFRID BURDEN (SaceBsor to the late James S. Allan), STEAM SAW MILLS, MONTGOMERY. Estimates given for all kinds of English and Foreign Timber. Dealer in BRICKS, PIPES, SLATES, CEMENT, & Builders' Materials of every description. —. QUANTITY OF FIREWOOD. f291 BEFORE YOU- BTJY A SEWHsTGJ— MACHINE, CALL ON E. H. MORGAN 18, BROAD STRFJIT, NEWTOWN, WHO HAS BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENT FOR THE WORLD-R]^Q-^jjj>J) CYCLOPS' SEWING MACHINES, AND IS PREPARED TO SELL THEM AT A LARGE DISCOUNT OFF LIST PRICES FOR CASH. I Little Miss Muffett sat on a buffet, Sewing the old-fashioned way Up came a *Spider and sat down beside her, And turned all her work into play. The Spider." Cyclops' Sewing Machine. e1" C. J. NEWELL, I MARKET ST., NEWTOWN, Is showing a very Large assortment of Ladies' Cashmere Stockings, and Extra Double-kneed for Boys. LADIES' HEAVY WOOLLEN STOCKINGS IN GREAT VARIETY. ALSO A LARGE STOCK OF Men's Woollen and Home Knit. STOCKINGS KNIT TO ORDER, ANY SIZE OR QUALITY. Home Made Stocking Yarn and German Yarns in Black and Fancy Colours. Customers may have their Wool Exchanged for Yarn on the usual terms. f314 PHILLIPS & SON, Are now in a position to execute all Orders for FRAMING IN A VARIETY OF MOULDINGS. Don't let your Pictures go to waste I but beautify your House. 19, BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. LORD MAYOR'S SHOW, NOVEMBER 9th. NIAGARA FALLS IN WINTER. NIAGARA HALL, WESTMINSTER; THEATRES, and other Amusements. CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS for 2 DAYS will be issued to LONDON, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8th. 1893, as under. Third Class Fares for the double journey- FARE. Starting from Machynlleth at 7 20 p.m.) Cemmes Road 7 30 p.m., Llanbrynmair r 10s» 7 45 p.m., Carno 8 0 p.m j Llanidloes at 7 35 p.m., Dolwen, 7 40 p.m.,l Llandinam 74\1 p.m., Caersws 8 10 p.m., I Moat Lane 8 :20 p m., Newtown, 8 35 9s. p.m., Aberaaule 8 45 p.m., Kerry 7 10 j p.m., and Montgomery 8 55 p,m.J Children under three years of age, free; above three and under twelve, ha f-price. Holders of these tickets are allowed GOlbs. of luggage free at their own risk. Carriages will run through to London (EustoD). PASSENGERS RETURN from London (Euston) at 9 45 p.m. on Friday, November 10th. ALfcRED ASLETT, Secretary & General Manager. Oswestry, Oct. 25th, 1893. NORWICH UNION FIRE INSURANCE SOCIETY,! ESTABLISHED 1797. Head Office-Surrey Street, Norwich. £ 50, Fleet Street, E.C. London Offices -iilHw Str?fc' 1 195, Piccaaily, W., and V 1, Victoria Street, S.W. THE RATES of this Society are exceedingly moderate, and the Insured are free from all liability. This Office is distinguished for PROMPT AND LIBERAL SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS, £ 9,750,000 having been already paid for Losses by Fire. TOTAL AMOUNT INSURED EXCEEDS £ 300,000,000. Losses caused by Lightning or Gas covered. Agents in all the Principal Towns, from whom Prop.- pectuses and Information as to the mode of effacting Insurances may be obtained, viz.: LOCAL AGENTS— NEWTOWN-MESSRS. WILLIAMS, GITTINS AND TATLOB. ItlR. REES RICKARDS. MACBYNLLETH—MR. AE^AHAM JONES. MONTGOMERY—MRS. S. GOUGH. WELSHPOOL—MR. CHAS. T. MORRIS. LLAKERFYL—Mr EDWD. THOMAS. [ LLANIDLOES—Mr. K;CHAiid GEORGE, junr. ,■ LLANFYLLIN—MR. WILLIAM JONES. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NEWTOWN. The COMMITTEE of the BAPTIST SALE OF WORK return their sincere thanks to those friends in Newtown and elsewhere, who so generously helped them in their successful endeavour t3 reduce the Chapel Debt. moo NEWTOWN FOOTBALL CLUB. I AM DIRECTED by the Committee of the above Club to express tbeir warm thanks to all who so kindly took part and otherwise a«Hjst*srt, it irakintr the Conceit (IU aid of our funds) held in the Public Hall, on Friday evrning, 20th inst., such a thorough PuccesB, and also to the public generally for tueir kind patronage and support. FHED. R. LLOYD. Newtown, Hon. Sec. 26tii October, 1893. fOOO VICTORIA HALL, NEWTOWN. 4.t the request of Sevtral Musicians in the Town and NeigÚbourhood, Mr. HUGH PAVIES WILL HOLD TONIC SOLFA CLASSES -L-1 During the Coming Season, ON TUESDAY EVENING-B. Elflmentary-From 6-30 to 7 o'clock. Intermediate—From 8 to 9 o'clock. FBES FOB THE TERM Elementary, 6d. -latermediata, Is. Persons wishful of joining are requested to attend the First Meeting of the Classes on TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 31st. President and Treasurer—W. FRANCIS, Esq. Mr E. C. MORGAN, Secretary. f324 THE POWIS MEMORIAL CHURCH HOUSE WILL BB OPKNEE BY THE COUNTESS OF POWIS, ON THURSDAY, NOV. 2nd, 1893. N There will be a SERVICE IN ST. MARY'S CHURCH at 3 p.m., and the OPENING CEREMONY Will take place in the CHURCH HOUSE at 3.30 p.m., The Earl of Powis, The Lord Bishop of the Diocese, and others, Will take part in the Proceedings. A collection will be made in aid of the building fund. IN THE EVENING A POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT Will be held at 8 p.m. ADMISSION :-Front Seats, Two Shillings; Second Seats, One Shilling. f345 PROVIDENCE WESLEYAN CHAPEL, GARTHMYL. An Evening Concert, I IN AID OF THE FUNDS OF THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE INIIRMAKY, WILL BE GIVEN ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1893. THE FCLLOWING ARTISTES WILL TAKE PART :— Miss BESSIE BEVAN, Miss COOKSON, Miss BERTHA DAVIES, I Mr H. GRIFFITHS & GLEE PARTY, Mr G. BLISS, Mr W. BAXTER, Mr H. REES, Mr J. HOWELL, Mr T. HOWELL, Mr A. JONES. Chairman-Mr. E. Jones, Newtown. To commence at 7 o'clock. TICKETS,—ONE SHILLING EACH. For full particulars see programmes. f318 ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, NEWTOWN. SALE OF WORK AND Rummage Sale In aid of the Building Debt of the above Church wil be held in the VICTORIA HALL, ON Thursday & Friday, Dec. 7th & 8th. COLONEL BARNES, The Quinta, Has kindly consented to OPEN the Sale. ContributiOlls3 will be thankfully received by the Hon. aecs.— MRS. PRATT, Llwynon, Newtown, G. M. EVANS, 31, New Road, Newtown. e444 GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. IPTTJBIjXC HALL, NEWTOWN. Friday, November 3rd, MR. G. H. BELL' GRAND EVENING CONCERT. ARTISTES: SOPRANO- MISS JENNIE PRITCHARD From the Royal Academy of MUSIC (Winner First Prize National Eisteddfod, Wrexham). CONTRALTO- MRS. TANNEB-FEANCIS. TENOR- MR. C. E. CLARK. SOLO VIOLIN— MISS ELSIE BRAYNE. SOLO VIOLONCELLO— MR. WALTER HATTON (Of Sir CharloR Halle's Band.) SOLO FLUTE- MR. UNDERWOOD (Birmingham and Wolverhampton Concerta.) AT THE PIANOPORTN- MR. GEO. H. BELL. THE FOLLOWING WILL PLAT IN THIS ORCHESTRAL BAND: VIOLINS, 1ST AND 2ND.-Mr C. Stephenson (lea der) Wrexham; Miss Brayne, Oswestry; Miss Nina Hut chins, Miss Taylor, Miss Whittingham, Welshpool; Mr Ward, Welshpool: Mr Williams, Oswestry; Mr W. Roberts, LLANGOLLEN; Mr W. Poole, Birmingham; Mr Claude Williams, Mr Frank Jones, Mr Clement Jonea, Mr C. Roberts, Miss Louie Ikin. VIOLA —Mr G. H. Bell. VIOLONCELLOS.—Mr Walter Hatton, Liverpool; Mr H. Matthews. • DOUBLE BASSES.—Mr J. Whittingham, Welshpool; Mr Ernest Roberts. MARIONETTES—Mr W. O. Cannon, Mr H. Taylor. FLiii. _MT Underwood, Wolverhampton. CORNETTI.- Mesgra T. Reynolds and G. Owen. EUPHONIUM.—JVI." "T- Hudson. TROMBONE.—Mr W. XANIble. HARP -Mr W. Roberts. ORGAN.—Mr A. Evans. Conductor—Mr. W. S. S^HSPHENSON (Wrexham). Admission—Reserved Seats, 3A. • S«AT8> 2s.; Balcony, la.; Back Seats. 6d. Doors open 7-30; Commence at 8 o Plan of the Room at Mr E. Owen CHERN"8^ BROAC Street. Carriages at 10-30. 4W The 9 45 train will leave at JO o'clock, anc stop at all Stations between here and Welshpool. t100 LLANLLWCHAIARN RUMMAGE SALE Will take place At Penygloddfa National Schools SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 18S3. Doors open at 2 30 p.m. e- ADMISilON-TWO-PENCE. Contributions of Old or New Articles, or of Money, will be thankfully received by lurs E VAN. J ONES Lianllwchaiarn Vicarage. Proceeds for Parochial Purposes. f355 W Christmas Fair. A GREAT RUMMAGE SALE ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th, IN THE PUBLIC I-IAIZ.4 Newtown. Parcels may be addressed to Lady Pryce-Jones, Dofenv. XMAS DAY. A TEA MEETING AND CONCERT Will be held on the above day in connection with the BAPTIST CHURCH, NEWTOWN. f277 D R it n I R W. X-MAS DAY. THE ANNUAL TEA MEETING AND CONCERT Will be held on the above day in the Presbyterian Chapel, Effel Fach. Further particulars will duly appear. F315 f NEWTOWN ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD New Year's Day, 1894. PRESIDENTS— R. E. JONES, ESQ., J.P. I A. C. HUiVJPHREYS-OWEW, ESQ., J.p. c;¡r Programmes containing the ;ec:tuiioR.8 con. D)tio.)S, and other inforn a'ion may be obtained from the Hon. Secretary, Price 2d., per post A- S. COGEX, Hon. Sec. f