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TURNER'S PATENT "CAMBRIAN" SHEEP RACK. THE BEST, CATTLE CRIBS, SEEP AND CORN BINS, lOST DURABLE HUTS: IN THE MARKET gpgp NETTING. TURNER, Implement Depot NEWTOWN. Novelties for the Autumn and Winter Season. HENRY MORGAN Begs to announce his return from London for the second time this Season, and is prepared to Show many SPECIALITIES he has been successful in procuring in MILLINERY, MANTLES, DRESS MATERIALS, TRIMMINGS, FURS, Etc., Etc. Henry Morgan makes up Dresses Elegantly and Fits Perfectly at Moderate Prices. First-class Milliners and Mantle Makers Employed. Funerals and Wedding Orders receive Special Attention. CROWN SHOP, NEWTOWN. M» W ESTMINSTER, HOUSE, WELSHPOOL. j PRELIMINAEY NOTICE! I T. D. EVANS (Formerly with Mr. Wm. Jones, Trade Hall) Begs to announce that he has taken the above premises, and!will shortly open with an entirely NeV.Stock of high-class DRAPERY GOODS. L 089 I I ————————————— You must have SOUND BOOTS, or pay a Doctor's bill! I IDICICS3 BOOTS ARE SOTJISTD & RELIABLE. They keep the Feet Warm and Dry and preserve the health. EVERY PAIR IS GUARANTEED TO WEAR WELL AND LOOK WELL, AND THEY ARE CHEAP. Ip 4, BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. a FRANK H. SHAYLER, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, WELSHPOOL. SILVER MEDALIST HATIOXAL COMPETITION. U, *vw okvok Wslabpool. e579 • MRS PILOT, 13, Bridge Street, Newtown, ill oontinues to give tb3 HIGHEST PBICE that ill oontinues to give tb3 HIGHEST PRICE that 3ss be obtained for OLD CLOTHES. THE WORKMAN'S WATCH. The Guinea Watch. 41 1 0 A Good Sound Article. The Two Guinea Watch dB2 2 0 Patent Lever, Strong and Durable. The Three Guinea Watch 23 3 0 Patent Lever, in Strong Silver Cam. OW The above are all Warranted for Oae Two and Three Years respectively. GOLD WEDDING RINGS. FORD, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER NEWTOWN The Burning Question of the Day IS-WHERE CAN I PURCHASE A STRONG SWIFT, AND SILENr SEWING MACHINE, AT THE LOWEST PRICES? THE ANSWER RECEIVED FROM ALL PARTS IS-WHY, AT HUMPHREY JONES OF COURSE, WHERE THEY CAN BE PURCHASED FROM ZZ 15s. Od. Price lists seat post free on application. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— HALL STREET, WELSHPOOl F. W. MARSHALL (LATE OF MONTGOMERY), ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR 8, BROAD-STREET, NEWTOWN. Public Companies, Partnership, Tradesmen's, Parochial and other Accounts written np, Balanced and Adjusted. Periodical Attendance by Arrangement. Rents and Accounts collected. Terms on Application. f309 SAML. POWELL, EAGLE BREWERY, NEWTOWN SPECIAL HOME-BREWED HARVEST &EIES IN ALL SIZri CASKS, Gd., ad., lOd., and Is. PER GALLON. I DUBLIN STonT in all Size Casks AT BREWERY PRICES. Gmxaam SC&UTION OF WIPSS AND SPUUTO. 010 < CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. DURING THE WINTER AND SPRING MONTHS. WEEK END EXCURSION TICKETS (Friday or Saturday, to Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday), and FOURTEEN DAYS' TICKETS will be issued on Every Friday and Saturday, also, TOURIST TICKETS (available for Two Calendar Months), will be issued on any week day, from the principal Cambrian Inland Stations, TO BORTH, ABERDOVEY, TOWYN, ABERYSTWYTH, BARMOUTH, DOLGELLEY, Harlech, Portmadoc, Criccieth and Pwllheli. For further particulars as to fares, Ac., see bills, which can be obtained at all Cambrian Stations. ALFRED AS LETT, Secretary and General Manager. FOOTBALL MATCH. WELSH CUP TI E-(2nd ROUND), ABERYSTWYTH v. OSWESTRY UNITED, AT OSWFSTRY, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 1893. ON IHE ABOVE DATE CHEAP DAY EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued to OSWESTRY, as under. Third Class Fares for the Double Journey.- Time of StaringMachynlleth at 9 U a.m., Cemmes Road 9 25 a.m., Llanbrynmair 9 39 a m., Carno 9 57 a.m., Caersws 10 10 a.m. 3/- Newtown 10 28 a.m. ZIti Welshpool 1110 a.m 1/8 Children under Three years of age, Free; above Three and under Twelve, Half-price. First Class Tickets issued at double the Third Class Fares. Passengers return the same day from Oswestry for all Stations except Whittington, Fraukton, and Ellesmere at 7 35 p.m. Those for Whittington, Frank ton, and Ellesmere return at 9 35 p.m. CATTLE, DOG & POULTRY SHOW, AT BIRMINGHAM, NOV. 27th, 28th, 29th, and 30tb, 1893. AMUSEMENTS at Birmingham during the Show Week :-l'heatre Royal, New Street, The TriplE Bill;" Prince of Wales Theatre, Broad Street, D'Oyly Cartes Opera CompanyGrand Theatre, Corporation Street. "The Lady Slave;" Queen'* Theatre, Snow Hill, Pink Dominoes John Sanger & Son's Circus, Corporation Street, Special Programme. ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, <fc WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 28tb, and 29th, CHEAP One Day and Two, Three, or Four Days' TICKETS will be issued to BIRMINGHAM, as under. Third Class Fares there and back. Starting from Llanidloes at 6 45 a.m., Dolwen 6 50 a.m., Llandinam 6 55 a.m., Moat Lane 7 2 a.m. One day trip, 48 6d.; two, three or four days, 9s. Newtown 711 a.m., Abermule 719 a.m., Montgomery 7 26 a.m., Forden 7 34 a.m. One day trip, s; two, three or four days, 7s, 6d. LlanfyDin 10 15 a.m., Llanfechain 10 29 a.m.. Llan- eaintffroid 10 35 a.m. No day trip two, three or four days, 8s. Four Crosses 8 41 a.m., Pool Quay 8 52 am., Llanymjnech 8 37 a.m., Llynclys 8 30 a.m. No day trip two, three or four days, 7a. A through Coach will be run from Aberystwyth, Forden, and Intermediate Stations to Birmingham. Children under three years of age, Free; above three and under twelve, half-price. One day past engers return from Birmingham (New Street), at 5 50 p.m., or 1115 p.m., on date of issue of ticket for all stations except Oswestry, Fenn's Bank, and intermediate stations who return from New Street Station, at 1015 p.m. Holders of two, three, or four days' tickets return as nder :-Tickets issued on November 27th will be avai!able to return at 11 30 a.m. on November 28th, 29t.h, or 30tb.-Ti-ckets issued on November 28th will be available to return at 11 30 a..m., on Nov. 29th, 30th. or December 1st. Tickets issued on 29th November will be available to return at 1130 &.m. on November 30th or December 1st. ALFRED ASLETT, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, Sept., 1893. ,/1 ESTABLISHED 1880. 28 & 29, Crown-Street, Newtown, N. Wales. WILLIAM TRANCIJAp, TIN PLATE WORKER, BELL-HANGER, GAS FITTER ETC. Every description of Dairy Vessels kept in Stock or Made to Order. e448 JFISH FISH" I FISH DAILY DIRECT FROM THE BEST FISHING STATIONS. MARGARINE, equal to Butter, VOR 14 Pound Cool, 9s. 9d.; 7 Pound Cool, 5g. Carriage Paid to any Station. HIGHEST PRICES GIVEN FOR BABBITS AND ALL GAME. EVANS, GAME DEALER SEVERN STREET, NEWTOWN. .2 HENRY MORGAN IS NOW SHOWING NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Crown Shop, Newtown.
BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS. BIRTH. LEWIS—October 27, the wife of E. H. Lewis, Abber- cwmhir, of a daughter. DEATHS. BEBB —November 11, at the Red Lion, Severn-street, Welshpool, William Bebb, aged 69 years. CLAYTON.—November 9, Jane, relict of the late Thomas Clayton, aged 69 years. CORFIELD.—October 31, at Goitre, Kerry. Jane, widow of the late Richard Corfield, aged 34 years! ELLIS—November 4, David Ellis, carpenter, late of Stanley-street, Welshpool, aged 82 years. GROVES. October 30th, at Montgomery, Susannah Groves, of Marton-in-Chirbury, aged 61 years. GRIFFITHS.—October 30, at Pennant, LUnwnog. Jane, relict of the late John Griffiths, aged 79 years. GKIFFITHS.—Noverr.b?r 8, at Chapel-house, Cefny- coed, Marv, wife of Richard Griiffths, aged 81 years. HOWELL.—November 12, at Rhiewport, Berriew, Abraham Howell, Justice of the Peace for the county of Montgomery, in his 84th year. KINSEY.-October 31. at Trelwydon, Llanbiater Evan Kinsey, Alderman of the Radnor County Council, ageol 73 years. OWEN.November 3. at Long Bridge-street, Llan. idloes, Mary, widow of the late 0. Owen, aged 76 years.
MilliNERY SHOW. LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF FELTS, i STRAWS, FFATHFRS, FLOWERS, WING. E t e. New Shades & Colours IN TRIMMED MILLINEBFCY. INFANTB MILLINERY IN NEW COLORS. SILK PONGEES, SILK VELVETS IN ALL COLOURS. HENRY "MORGAN, CROWN SHOP, XEwrowy. PROPERTIES TO LET & FOR SALE. TO LET. No. 2, MILFORD COTTAGES (lately tenanted by Mit;a Morgan.)-Apply to COOKE BROS., House Agents, Newtown. f265 TO LET, Hougft and Shop, situate in Gas Street. —Apply to the SECRETARY Gas Co., Newtown. rpO BE LET, a STABLE & COACH-HOUSE, J- situate in Old Church-street..—Apply to Mrs Nurin, Broad-street, Newtown. f274 npo LET, Dolguan Cottage, Milford Road, New- -L town, containing 6" Rooms, with small garden etc.-Apply, W. F. Thomas, Newtown. f281 TO BE LET, Weraddu Farm, sif.uate near the village of Charehstoke, contaiuingr about 240 o,cre-, posseesion 25th March, 1894.—For further particulars apply to Mr E. Lloyd, The Rectory, Bernew. f97 TO LET (with possession at the end of present y^ar s boldinp), a m->fit desirable Farm known as BRYNBEDWEN and WiiNALLT, containing 227 acres of good sound land, with capital house and buildings; also large Cottage and Wainhouse at- tached, with plenty of shado and water, situate about 3 miles from Newtown, adjoining main road.—Apply to T. Bees, Glascoed, Dolfor. f244 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 dedred.-Apply to R. Lewis-Andrew, Esq., Glanhaf. ren, Abermule, or Mr Wm. Pritehard, Land and Estate Agent, Tanyfron, Garthmyl, Mont. o390 WANTEDS, ETC. T> EGI8TRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS.—Mrs. XV Rider, 2, Waterloo Place, Welshpool. e554 WANTED, JAM POTS, anv quantity, 1 and 2 lbs. Good price given. Apply, Hiob >tis's Confec- tionery Works, Newrown. fi78 TilSTBICT CORRESPONDENT WANTED in JL-r Llanfyllin —Apply: Editor, Express and Times Office, Newtown. A PPEENTICE.—Wanted to Apprentice a re- -t*- spec table Youth to the Drapery Business. Indoors.-Address.- A.B., Expres* Office. fOOO DRESSMAKING. WANTED, an APPRENTICE (indoors).-Apply » v 17, Crescent-strcet, Newtown. f358 LOST, STRA YED, ETC. LOST, on the roed from Llanbadarnfvnydd to Newtown, a email bag of Lainb Wool. Who- ever will return the same to David Davies, Biook- Cofctage, will bo handsomely rewarded. f379 STRAYED, from West Farm, Chirbury, 3 Cross- 8 bred Welsh EWES, pitch marked with M in circle on left side. Information as to their where- abouts will be thankfully received by E. H. Morris. f383 SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. FOUR-WHBEL VAN" PONY for sale.-Saitab] a for Baker or Confectioner.—Apply, J. Piiot, Bridge street, Newtown. f384 npo BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, several rfooonvenient Lota of TIMBER, in the neigh- bourhood of Newtown.—Apply to Bennett Rowlands, Eetate Agent, Newtown. f292 "TjlOB SALE, a quantitv of capital Cider Fruit, Is. bashel; also some good Cooking Apples.— Mr Mills, Rownal, Cfcirbury. f377 T^OB SALE, about Six Tons of Well-Harvested „ HAY.—Apply, is. Hughes, Commercial-street. Newtown. 1368 DOLFORGAN ESTATE, KERBY. MONTGOMERYSHIRE, Irro BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, in Saitabl^I^ Quantity of OAK and Other Timber (felled).,—Appl* to J. E. JOB¥]DLEY, 1371 JvERRY. J. H. ANDERSON, CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER, 26, Broad St., Welshnool (Established 1842) HOUSES COMPLETELY FURNISHED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. Dining, Drawing & Bedroom Suites BBASS 15 IRON BEDSTEADS, Spring, Hair, & Flock Mattresses, FEATHER BEDS. Ac. WWaed Iron Bedstead from 9B. W mob do.. with brass rails head on-i foot, only ftJiweee 9a. per pair. Every- other article in the Fnraishing Department at equally iaw price*. Estimates given f<. every dottaeivtion CabiWtt Work. FUNERALS FURNISHED FURNITURE REMOVED AND STORED. ESTIMATES FBEK. Bemoral to all parts. The largest A beet constructed FURNITURE V obtainable. Storing Warehouse,—17. High Street, Welshpool. PRINTING FOR CONCERTS, HARVEST FESTIVALS, CHAPEL ANNIVERSARIES, TEA MEETINGS, CRICKET CLUBS, MASONIC LODGES, CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS BAZAARS, PUBLIC COMPANIES, DRAPERS' SALES, SOLICITORS, LECTURERS. HORTICULTURAL SOCIETIES, FRIENDLY SOCIETIES, TENNIS CLUBS. BALLS, ATHLETIC SPORTS, ESTATE AGENTS, PUBLIC BOARDS, MANUFACTURERS, and all BUSINESS MEN. THE ADDRESS- I PHILLIPS & SON, EXPBESS OFFICE" iq BWTOVVN* N.W. I
r DEATH OF MR. ABRAHAM HOWELL. We regret to have to announce the death of Me Abraham Howell, J.P, of Rhiewport, Berriew, which sad event took place early yesterday (Sunday) morning, in the 84th year of his age. He was the sea of Edwd. and Eleanor Howell, of Bont, Llanbrynmair and was born in April, 1810. His mother was sistec to the Rev John Roberts, a venerable and well known Nonconformist divine. Deceased was one of a large family of ten sons and two daughters, and at as early age was placed in the office of Messra Owen & Jones, solicitors, of Machynlleth. Mr Joseph Jones, the junior member of the firm, removed to' Wehh pool a few years afterwards, where he held the office of Clerk of the peace and other public appoint- ments untii his death, which took place in 1843 and where for a great many years he was in partner- ship with Mr Griffiths Parry, the firm being known as Griffiths Parry and Jones, and having an extensive practice in that distriat. On tho death of Mr Griffiths Parry, which occurred suddenly at Wynnstay, the firm was re-constituted by the admission of the late Mr William Yearsley and Mr Abraham Howell, who WitS admitted a solicitor in 1840, uuder the style of Jones, Yearsley aud Howell. Mr Joseph Jones died from the effects of an accident in 1848, and the firm shortly afterwards dissolved, Mr Yearsley and Mr Howell practising separately after. Mr Howell was appointed county treasurer, clerk to the second district of turnpike roads, and to tho justices of Mathrafal Deuthur, and some years after- wards to the justices of the Canrse division. For many years the want of railway communication fix Montgomeryshire had been keenly felt, but that want; was not likely at one time to be soon supplied, owinff to a compact being entered into by the two great; railway companies-tbe London and North Western and Great Western Railways-not to oarry out any farther extensions. In consequence of this, about 1854, Mr Howell took an active part in bringing about the co-operation of somejof the largest landowners and others interested in the welfare of Montgoraeryabires A. committee was formed, the result being the intro- Auction in the following session, 1855, of a Bill for the making of a railway from Oswestry to Newtown, which, after consider- able opposition was passed into an act. The following session an Act was obtained for the makiug of a railway between Shrewsbury and Welshpool, and these were followed later by Act. for cxi nsious from Newtown to Machynlleth, Mach- ynlldh to Aberystwy th and PwLheli. An Act had previously been obtained for the construction of st short line to Newtown aud Llanidloes, and after- wards for extending the railway from that town to Brecon, ujder th,, titte of tho Mid .Wales Railway. The Llanidloes railway was the first to be con- structed and opened for traffic. Mr Howell was the solicitor to most of these) conipauies, and took a most active part in promoting the constiuction of all these lines, in face of the sirenuous opposition, open and concealed, of the great companies, and of some of the landowners, as well as t-urmounting great financial difficulties, in all of which he displayed a most, marvellous energy and ability. We must not forget that he was backed up by a small band of very devoted men in the fulfilment of these tasks, with whose names msny of our readers are familiar, such as the late Judge Johaea, Benjamin Piercy, David Davies, Thomas Saviu, and deceased's late brother, David Howell. Had it not been for the in- domitable will and energy of thcso men, Montgomery- shire might and probably would have been withoat railway communication to this day. In 1864 all the lines referred to except the Mid-Wales Railway were amalgamated in the name of the Cambrian Railways, Mr Howell continuing for several years to act as Solicitor to the Comsflnv. Mr Howell married Mary, daughter of Mr Edward Jones, a medical practitioner, of Welshpool, who died about six months ago, by whom he had a family of three sons and four daughters all of wbons survive him. Having purchased Rhiewport, Berriew, a delightful residence, he gradually srave ap the active duties of his profession to his brother- in-law, Mr. Edward Jones, and his sons, Mesera William and Chas. Howell, whom he had taken into partnership. About the year 1874, he was placed oil the commissien of tho peace. His active mind, howevtr, cunid scarcely remain quiet, and he continued to take much interest in publio and professional affairs. He was for a great number of years a member of the Welshpool Town Council, and filled the office of mayor, we believe, four times. It was during his mayoralty, if we are not mistaken, that the amithfield, the dramage and waterworks were carried out, and throughout hi" pub!ic eararet Mr Howell strenuously supported every scheme calculated to promote the welfare of his adopted town. He also represented Welsbpool on the County Council for the first three years of that body's existence. It only remains for U8 to add that in private life Mr Howell was of. most kind and generous disposition, and his 100. will be deeply lamented by all who were in any vesy brought into contact with him. On Thur-y last he had a seizure of paraiji; terminated fatally Sunday morning, when his long and Woorions career ended in perfect peace. The funeral will take place at Berriew on Thursday ^IW1——IWil HHiMIWlH ii
r DEATH OF MR. ABRAHAM HOWELL.
Y BARDD YN EI GADAIR. Mae'r bardd yn ei gadair ai awen 'run pryd, Mae'n gwneuthur rh.vw bennill neu englyn o hyd s Gwnaeth englya gu dt'oniol' Will vr hen lane, Oedd arfer,4 brolio ei aur yn y Bann Gwpjwth hefyd bennillion ar feeur go hir, I Tr rhai fynai ormod o rent am en tir A dwedodd fod dynion, mor amled a mêe, Yn myn'd i bregethu am ddim ond am bres. Mae'r bardd yn ei gadair yn myned yn fwy Fe ganodd yn nerthol i berson y plwy'— Oedd am gael rhai ereill yn sarn o dan draed, Heb feddwl fod dynion i gyd or un gwaed. Mae'r bardd yn ei gadair yn hapus dros ben. A doethach, a glanach, nac un dyn medd Gives Ond rhaid i ui ddeall fod Hygaid y ferch, Yr awrhon yn union yn dilyn ei serch. Ond parch fo i'r elJeth, am ganmol y bardd, Mae hithau'n wirionedd, yn eneth go harod; Ni synaf fi lawer, os gwelJa wna'r byd, Os gwelir y ddeuddyn ryw ddiwrnod y' ngh; d. Manafon, 1893. TREFOWKN DAVIES.
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TRADE NOTICES. Printers to the Montgomeryshire County Council Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn Local Board Machynlleth Union, Neiotown and Llanidloes Highway Board, Newtown q- Llanidloes Union and otherpublic bodies. PHILLIPS & SON, 19, BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. BOOKBINDING. MAGAZINES BOUND IN PUBLISHERS' COVERS AND OTHER STYLES. MUSIC NEATLY AND DURABLY BOUND, AND CAT K FULLY SKWN, SO AS TO OPEN FLAT. FAMILY BIBLES BOUND IN ALL STYLES, FROM STRONG SHEEP, TO MOLkj. CO ELEGANT. PORTFOLIOS r UHDER IN ANY SIZE. MAPV; j' > PLANS CAREFULLY ¥ -l .ViO A VARNISHED,