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Salto bp aurtion. J. W. ROGERS, ABCTIONEER, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT. of every description conducted with ability. .iO4 Valuations made for Probate and Transfer of Easi ness. Efficiency combined with prompt settle- Cash advanced. Offices-Cardigan House, Queen's-road, Aberyst- SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. ^Iraafchly Sales' of Live STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c MS J. W. SOGERS begs respectfully to announce that he will hold Monthly Sales of Cattle, Hbrses, Sheep, Pigs, Agricultural Implements, "^S&mages, &c., in the Smithfield, Aberystwyth, en "FEE FIRST MONDAY IN EVERY MONTH, at Eleven "•Btotack at noon. » Entries for the SALE on the FIRST MONDAY Isiv sest month are respectfully requttsted. To be ..Id;: in at least a week previous to Sale, to be in- •waded in advertisements. LLANNON, CARDIGANSHIRE. l&teoE a desirable Freehold Farm and Flour Mill Cby order of tke Mortgagees). 0. DANIEL will Sell by Auction, at the JtUL Castle Inn, LLinnon, <3n THURSDAY, THE 26TH DAY OF JULY, -1883, 'r.'iuo.le o'clock in the afternoon prompt, subject to "Itmaltions then produced, the iellowing FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, namely:— 1.—The valuable and compact farm, called ^Scyborfach," situate in the Parish of Llanbadatn £ eglwys, in the County of Cardigan, containing ■ifskOr. 27p. of excellent Meadow Land, with the Farm House and Outbuildings thereon, in the "^isapation of Mrs Mary Davie9, yearly tenant* JLOT 2.—All that Water-power Corn Grist Mill, fWJKWE. as '"Llannon Mill," situate in the parish of AEaasautffrae l, in the said County of Cardigan, to. ^sHaer with the Dwelling-house, Outbuildings, Gar- jfei.s, and Land, held on lease by Mr Davia Lewis, the unexpired term ot 16 years from September ':»1:h, 1883, at the Ground Rent of X13 per annum. further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or SEessra Hugh Hughes and Sons, solicitors, Aber. ystwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE. -highly Important and Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE for sale. MESSRS HA.MER AND GRIFFITHS have been ,&1JL instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction, JsmHeas previously disposed of by Private Contract), • fclae Black Lion Hotel, Llanrhystyd, 'On WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of JULY, 1883, "&fc~it30 o'clock in the afternoon, the fellowing very I "*iifflsiBable and compact FEEEHOLD PROPERTY, -U the following or such other Lots as may be deter. JSjaSxied upon at the time of Sale, NAMELY: TIOIT I.-The Farm and Lands called PANT. "WKILOG-, situate in the parish of Llansantffread, •;Tated within half a mile of the thriving Village of 1Qœ,m,(u;¡, containing by admeasurement 76a. Ir. 34p., 'tesre or Jess, of excellent Meadow, Pasture, and Land, and Plantations, with a substantial Jl^ling-house and Outbuildings thereon, all now in occupation of Mr David Evans'. 2.—All those Two COTTAGES, with the 3«*dens thereto belonging, adjoining Pantwhilog 4«aceaaid, and called by the name of WAINFACH. .farther particulars may be had on application to ^ylftessrs Hugh Hughes and Sons, and of the Auo- ■■'atoaeers, all of Aberystwyth. MELINDWR VIEW, PENLLWYN, ABERYSTWYTH. E. J. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, &c., BfiGS respectfully to thank all thope who have en. XJP trusted him with their business for the past ^Stsjht years, and to solicit a continuance of their •"•a^oara, which shall have his best attention. AH Sales and Valuations of every description will, -4w ia the past, be promptly attended to. Sales of Fur. Ztitaze, Farming Stock, Ac., in Town or Country, "Staked and settled without delay. HFbeeiiold Properties, "Factory, Nebo," &c., at Cross _lnn, August 3rd TREGARON, CARDIGANSHIRE. THE FOLLOWING VERY VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIED, Will be offered for Sale by public Auction, by "HJRR. EVAN MORGANS, on TUESDAY, the 17TH day of JULY, 1883, at 3 o'clock in the After- &t the Talbot Hotel, Tregaron, in the under- lots, or such other lots as may be upon prior to or at the time of Sale, *%aless previously disposed of by Private Contract. liOT 1.—AH that excellent and well cultivated ESLRM with the FARMHOUSE and OUTBUILDINGS '•'Sfeeceto belonging, known as LLETTYFEIRIG, or JJKAPJINNY, situate in the Prrish of Caron, in the Jaunty of Cardigan, (except a small slang of about of an acre), and consisting of 39a. Or. 33p. or thereabouts, at present in the occupation of Mr. Felix as yearly tenant, at the yearly rent -1lIi .£50.. LoT 2-A 11 those Two FIELDS known as ER WAST A • 8itaate in the Parish of Caron worasaid, containing 8». 2r. 13p. or thereabouts, at in the occupation of Mr. William Morgans -«ta yearly tenant, at the yearly rent of £ 18. Lot 3.-All tha.t valaRoble FACTORY known as the JPENPONTBREN FACTORY, in the parish of «aron aforesaid, now in the occupation !of Mr John ^suvieB. Also, all that Field; known as ^sbse to the said factory, and now in the •ccuDation Mies Mary Evans, together with the small slang Land of about quarter of an acre, between the Ssi'ver' and the .Factory Leet, and now held by Mr ■alorgan Felix, containing in the whole 3a. 2r.| Op. or hereabouts, the whole producing an annual rent of £ 23, The whole of the above Lots are situate within ene "!¡RU. of the town of Tregaron. Arrangements can be made by which a considerable It^tion of the purchase-money may remaiH on ^Eorgage. further Particulars may be obtained of Messrs. -Mttgh Hughes & Sans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth; of r J. D. Williams, Talbot Hotel, Tregaron; or of the Itationeer. Garlwyd, Tregaron. NOTICE. JOHN BAKER, AUCTIONEER, PRACTICAL VALUER, COMMISSION AGENT, Ac., laUYDyPENAU FARM, BOW STREET, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. f' B* conducts all kinds of Property *1+V S?d be&8 to announce that his Monthly Sale of Horses, Cattle and other Live mock, Carriages, &c., will take place Sathe SMITHFIELD MARKET, ABERYSTWYTH, £ 5f *On MONDAY, AUGUST 6TH, at 12.30 prompt. 'jariy entries respectfully solicited to be sent to the • -auctioneer as above, as they may be duly announced. Worses and Cattle bought and sold on commission $4Ieø fiy auction. CARDIGANSHIRE. Valuable Freehold Farm for Sale in the township of Gartheli. MR J. JORDAN JONES has received instruc- tions from the Morgagee to Sell by Auction, at the Castle Hotel, Lampeter, On FRIDAY, JULY THE 27TH, 1883, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon, all that desirable freehold FARM AND LANDS, known as BRYNGWYN, sittate in the township of Gartheli, in the county of Cardigan, containing by admeasurement 127 acres, or thereabouts, of valu- able arable and pasture land in a high state of cultivation. This property is distant about Two miles from the Railway Station of Derry Ormond, and is bounded on the North and North-west by property belonging to Colonel Lewes; on the south by property belong. ing to W. Jones, Esq., and the Rev Prise Jones; and on the east and north-east by the Derry Ormond estate. Possession will be given to the purchaser at Michaelmas next subject to the rights of the present occupants, to secure the crops which shall then remain unsecured. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had of the Auctioneer, at Rhydygof, near Lampeter, or of Mr T. Lloyd Edwardes, Solicitor, Lampeter. CARDIGANSHIRE. Freehold Farms for Sale, in the parish of Llanfi hangel-Ystrad. TO BE SOLD pursuant to an Order of the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice, made in the action in the matter of William Jenkins, deceased, JenkiBs v. Davies," with the approbation of Mr Justice Kay, by Mr JOHN JORDAN JONDS, the person appointed by the said judge, at the Vale of Aeron Inn, Ystrad, ON THURSDAY, JULY 26TH, 1883, at two o'clock in the afternoon, in two lots, the fol lowing FREEHOLD FARMS, situate in the parish of Llanfihangel-Ystrad, in th e county of Cardigan. LOT.—All that Messuage, Farm and Lands, called CWMLLYDAN (except a part thereof, containing 2a lr 37p, which will be sold with Lot 2), containing by admeasurement 10.6 acres and 38 perches, or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr John Davies. LOT 2.—All that Messuage, Farm, and Lands, called NEUADDLYDAN (together with part of Owm- llydan Farm, containing 2a lr 37p), containing in all 37 acres 2 perches, or thereabouts, now in the occu- pation of Mr Oliver Hughes. Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be had gratis of Mr David Lloyd, of Lampeter, solicitor of Messrs Roberts and Evans, of Aberystwyth, solicitors of Messrs Trinders and Romer, of 14, St Helen's Place, Bishopsgate-street Within, London, E.C.; of Messrs Fallow and Brown, of 4, Lancaster-place, Strand, London, W.C., Solicitors, and of Mr John Jordan Jones, Rhydygof, Llanfihangel-Ystrad, near Lampeter. FREDERICK STEPHENS, LICENSED AUCTIONEER, VALUER, &c., PENRHYNCOCH, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. Sales and Appraisements taken at Moderate charges Saturday, June 30th, Farming Sfco and Farniture at Bwlchydderwen, Pontrhybeddau. SUMMER, 1883. NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON. Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats and Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Laces, Dress Materials, Mantles, Jackets, Scarfs, I Real Welsh Shawls, Real Welsh Flannels, r Boys' Jersey Suits, &c., &c. I Inspection Respectfully Solicited. Terms, as usual. One Price. Ready Money. Small Profits. C. M. WILLIAMS, General Drapery Establishment, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. CAPT. THOS. DOUGHTON, Coal, Oil, and General Merchant, RHEIDOL COAL YARD, And 1, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, A B E R Y S T W Y T H. Motto:—Small Profits and Quick Returns. MORTON'S NEURALGIC DROPS .Cure Tic, Nervous Affections and Debility. ONE TRIAL Only needed. Thousands of Testimonials j n addition to Prince Bismarck's,, who sent personally {O thank the Proprietor. Best strengthening medicine know t). Established over 20 years. Bottles, carriage free, 2s 9d an d 4s 6d. Mr PRESTON, j28, Southampton Buildings, London. and all Chemists. WHELPTON'S VEGETABLE PURIFYING PILLS. ESTABLISHED 1835. Are one of those rare Medicines jjMjb* which, for their extraordinary llBlmBE properties, have gained an al- 1PW_ most UNIVERSAL REPU- TATION. Numbers are con- stantly bearing testimony to their gr»AT VALUE In disorders of the HEAD, CHEST, .BOWELS, LIYER, and KIDNEYS also in RHBUMATISM, as may be seen from the Testimonials published from time to lime. By the timely use of auch a remedy many of the seri- ously afflicting disorders which result from proper means neglected might be avoided, and much suffering saved, for prevention is better than cure." Sold in Boxes, price 7 £ d,, is lid., and 2s 9d., by G. WHELPTON and SON, 3, Crane Court. Fleet Street, London and by Chemists and Medicine Vendors at home and abroad, sent free by post in the United Kingdom for 8, 14, or 83 Stamps. MEN AND WOMEN Of all classes, resident in villages and towns, can earn a few shillings weekly. No charge. Apply W. Standing, 167, Fleet-street, London, E.C. P R I N T your Cards, Note-paper Envelopes, Cheques, Invoices, Books, and all Short Notices, with the IMPROVED INDIA-RUBBER STAMPS, and i-educe your printers' bills. Also Pocket Stamps, Daters, Linen Markers. Ticket-Writing Sets, &c. Cheapest, best, and promptest. Specimens freet-Write at once to ARTHUR W. POLLARD. Rubber Stamp Works, 30 and 32, Ludgale Hill, London, E.C, Agents Wanted. IJuftlir Kottress* SOUTH WALES AUDIT DISTRICT. Aberystwyth Union, and the Rural Sanitary District in the said Union. AS Auditor of the above-named Audit District, I hereby give notice that I have appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the Aberystwyth Union, and of the Rural Sanitary District in the said Union, and of the several Parishes and Contributory Places con- tained in the said union and District, or in the said Union solely, for the half-year ended 25th March, 1883, to commence on Tuesday, the 17th day of J aly, at 9.30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Workhouse, Aberystwyth, when and where all persons who by law are bound to account at such Audit are required to attend, and to submit all Books, Documents, Bills, and Vouchers containing or relating to the accounts or to moneys assessed for, and applicable to the Relief of the Poor, or to Sanitary Purposes. Dated the 4th day of July, 1883. (Signed) EDWARD JONES, District auditor. NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK, LIMITED. EIGHTY-NINTH DIVIDEND. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Dividend of Ten Shillings per Share for the Half-year ended 30th ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and a Bonus of Seven Shillings and Sixpence per Share, will be paid to the proprietors, free of income tax, on and after the 13th instant, at the Head Office and the re- spective branches. The TRANSFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from this date to the 13th instant inclusive. By order of the Directors. R. MEREDITH JONES, Liverpool Manager- Liverpool, 3rd July, 1883. ARMY SERVICE. I_- YOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MAJESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office in the United Kingdom, be supplied, without charge, with a. Pamphlet containing detailed information as to the Conditions of Service and Advantages of the Army, as to Pay, Deferred Pay, and Pensions. Great prospects of Promotion are offered to eligible Young Men. Applications can be made, either personally or b y letter, to the Officer commanding the Regimental District at Brecon, or to the nearest Volunteer Sergeant Instructor or other Recruiter. Recruits, if eligible, can be enlisted for any arm of the Regular Service they may select. SUN FIRE. AND LIFE OFFICES, LONDON. FIRE.—Established 1710. The oldest purely Fire Office in the World. Home and Foreign Insurances against loss by Fire and Lightning at moderate rates. Losses settled with promptness and liberality. LIFE.-Established 1810. Profits divided every five years. Large Bonuses; Tontine Bonus Polices granted. Very low premiums without participation in profits." No partnership liability. Simple Pro- posal Forms. For further information apply to the following AGENTS: ABERYSTWYTH MESSRS HUGH HUGHES AND SONS. Aberaeron Mr H. W. Howell. Bryntirion, Bala Mr Iorwerth Jones. Cardigan Mr R. R. Storey. Dolgelley (Fire) Mr Thomas P. Jones-Parry. „ (Life) Mr Richard Edwards. „ Mr John Richards. Llandyssil Mr John D. Thomas. New Quay (Fire). Mr John O. Davies Talsarn Mr Jenkin Jenkins. Tregaron (Life) Mr John Lewis. SUMMER EXCURSION. AND TOURIST ARRANGEMENTS, > 1883. TOURISTS TICKETS are issued from the 1st May to 31st October, 1883, available for Two Calendar Months from the date of issue, and can be extended at a small cost to the 31st December. SUMMER TOURIST AND r EXCURSION ARRANGEMENTS. I The CAMBRIAN RAILWAY COMPANY has pleasure in announcing that, for the convenience of Tourists visiting the various places of interest on the Welsh Coast of Cardigan Bay, they have arranged to issue Cheap Return Tickets by Railway, and also in con- junction with the Coach, &c., Proprietors, to issue Coupou Tickets, entitling the holders to be conveyed by road to the following places at Reduced Charges, viz. To APERYSTWYTH, FOB DEVIL'S BRIDGE, „ DOLGELLEY, FOR TORRENT AND PRECI- PICE WALKS, ,,PORTMADOC,FORBEDDGELERT. Parties holding these Tickets would, or. Production of the Return half of their Railway Ticket, be pro- vided with Refreshments at a Reduced Tariff at the various Hotels specified on Hand-bille. The Railway Tickets will be available lor Return on the day after date of issue. For further particulars see the Company's Hal¡ i- bills. By Order. JgMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH~ WALB S THE NEW SOUTH WALES GOVERNMENT will provide Passages to Sydney (by first-class Ships) upon payment of the under-mentioned rates, to persons approved by the Agent-General. To con- sist of Married Couples not exceeding 35 years, with or without Children, and Single persons not exceeding 30 years of age. Rate per each Adult < £ 5= except SINGLE FE. MALES, who will be taken at A REDUCED RATE OF Y,2 EACH. Children of 3 and under 14 years £210s. each. Under 3 years free. Farmers, Agricultural and oiber, Labourers, Vine- dressers, Mechanics, and Female Domestics are required. Further information may be obtained from The Emigration Department, New South Wales Govern- ment Offices, 5, Westminster Chambers, London, S=W., or from the Local Agent: JOHN MORGAN, Observer Office, 1, North Parade, Aberystwyth. SAUL SAMUEL, Agent-General for Now South Wales ACCIDENTSTM No man is safe from Accidents! Wise men insure against their cost ACCIDENTS BY LAND OR WATER insured against by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSURANCE CO., The oldest and largest Company, insuring against Accidents of all kinds, Subscribed Capital £ 1,000,000- PAID-UP CAPITAL AND RESERVE £ 260,000, Moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to Insurers after Five Years. .£1.840,000 HAS BEEN PAID AS COMPENSATION. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local Agents, Or 8, Grand Hotel Buildings, Charing Cross, or at the Head Office 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. WILLIAM J; VIAN, Secretary. Agents-Mr T. KILVINGTON, Station Master, Aber- ystwyth Mr S. R. HAMMOND, Station Master, Machynlleth; Mr <3. OWEN, Station Master, Lam- peter. ihifcltf Notice Cheap Plans, Vacancies for Pupils, Sporting Rights, &c. DP. DAVIES & Co., Aberystwyth, who have • vacancies for Pupils, to learn Surveying, &c., can supply lists of Houses, furnished or unfurnished, can supply lists of Houses, furnished or unfurnished, with or without land, Sporting rights, &c., also cor- rected plans, at reduced prices, of any tenement in the unions of Tregaron and Lampeter, or the parishes of Llanpumpsaint, Llanllawddog, Abergwili, Llan. arthney and Llanddarog. DOMINION LINE. REDUCED FARES.—From LIVERPOOL, every THURSDAY. This Line books Passengers through to all parts of AMERICA At Special Low Rates. Saloon, £10 10s.; Intermedi- ate, from X7 7s.; Steerage, £4 4s. ASSISTED PASSAGES are granted to Manitoba, the North- West Territory, and to all parts of CANADA. Assisted Ocean rates for Agricultural Labourers, their Families, and Female Domestic Servants, X3 per Adult; Mechanics, Navvies, General Labourers, and their Families, £ &. For Passage Tickets, apply to FLINN, MAIN and MONTGOMERY, 24, James Street, Liverpool; or to the Local Agent—DAVID H. RICHARDS, Observer Office, Aberystwyth. LIFE ASSOCIATION OF SCOTLAND. Founded 1838. FUNDS £ 2,610,605 ANNUAL REVENUE £ 451,304 CLAIMS AND BONUSES PAID £ 4,335,729 BONUS SYSTEMS. Specially arranged with the view of Personal Benefit to the Policy-holders during life. LONDON-5, Lombard Stteet and 123, Pall Mall, EDINBURGH-82, Princes'Street. lUItffiouff ST. MICHAEL'S^PARISH CHURCH" ABERYSTWYTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY Full Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Communion on the 1st Sunday in the month, at 11 a.m. »» «« 3rd at 8.30 am. WEEK DAYS:— Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, and on Saints' Days and Holy.days, at 11 a.m. Holy Communion, according to notice. HYMN BOOK—"Church Hymns," (S.P.C.K.) ST. MARY'S (WELSH) CHURCH, (Leading out of Bridge Street). SUNDAY:- Welsh Service and Sermon at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m- Hely Communion on the last Sunday in the month at 10 a.m. or 6 p.m. according to notice WEEK DAYS: English-Evening Prayer and Sermon, Wednesday, at 7 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon on Thursday at 7 p.m. Communicants' Meeting every Tuesday, at 7 p.m. OFFERTORY AFTER ALL THE SUNDAY SERVICES. SUNDAY SCHOOLS:— At the Boys' National Schools, at 2.30 p.m.—English. Girls' ditto ditto at 2.30 p.m.-Welsh. Ysgoldy at 2.30 p.m.—Mixed. Penyparke National School at2.30p.m.-Mixed. (Service and Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) REV. CHANCELLOR PHILLIPS, M.A., Vicar. Mr T. GRIFFITHS, Mr. EDWARD J. JONES, j ^rchwardens. LLANBADARN FAWR CHURCHT ENGLISHES RVICE. AT 11.30 A.M. On Sundays, Christmasday, Ash.Wednesday, Good Friday, Ascension-day, SERVICE, WITH SERMON. Celebration of the Holy Communion on every Third Sunday in the month, and also on Christmas, Easter-day, and Whit-Sunday. HYMNS ANCIENT AND MODERN. Offertory at each Service towards the Restoration Fund. Present Expenditure, £ 5,650. Present Debt-On Tower and Transepts, £ 106; On Chancel, which is incomplete, £300. W. P R 0 JB IN, RELIANCE WORKS, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, AND 15, PIER STREET, WATCH MAKER, LAPIDARY, AND JEWELLER, DEGS to inform the Nobility, Clergy, and Inhabi- tants of Aberystwyth, that he has, after nu- merous solicitations, eonsented to take in WATCH and CLOCK REPAIRS. Having altered his pre- mises and employed practical workmen, he is now able to take in the most complicated repairs, and hopes, by strict attention and moderate charges, to receive a share of their patronage. Watches rated free of Charge. SILVER WATCHES JEWELLED IN 8 HOLES 26s Z HALL MARKED CASES. GOLli kND SILVER WATCHES EQUALLY CHEAP. ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF CLOCKS ENGLISH AND FOREIGN. ESTABLISHED 28 YEAR DAVID THOMAS & SON Wmakers, Jewellers &c GREAT DARKGATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. THE 3 ESSENTIALS LE T TS'S DIARIES. L Endless Varieties. Prices 6d to 14s. T ETTS'S HOUSEHOLD MAGAZINE. Amusing, Instructive, Useful, and Artistic. For Young and Old, Male or Female, Week-day or Sunday. The best Magazine for the Family. Monthly, 7d. LETTS'S COMPLETE POPULAR ATLAS-. Absolutely Unrivalled, says the entire Press. Prices from X2 2s. Particulars of Bookstalls of LETTS, LIMITED, London Bridge. WM. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHER AINE SECOyn-HAVD FURNITURE £ 40,090 worth, NBW, at low prices. Furnishing Drapery, Carpets, &c. 131 to 139, NBWI5BT0U BUTTS, LOLTDOK. (gntertainmento, etc♦ Dedicated by TO MIALLS Royal Her Command t7te Queen: SIR NOEL PATON'S WORLD-RENOWNED PICTURE "MORS JANUA VITJ3" (Death the Gate of Life), NOW ON VIEW AT THE ENTRANCE OF THE PIER, ABERYSTWYTH. Hours of Admission—10 till Dusk. Admission, 6d. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE above is the great work for which Sir Noel JL Paton received his knighthood, and which has twice been exhibited before Her Majesty the Queen and Members of the Royal Family by special com- mand, also the same Picture which has attracted such immense crowds in London and the Provinces, over one million persons having paid for admission during its tour. All lovers of true art should not fail to see this, the most extraordinary conception of modern times. TYNLLIDIART. A SALE OF WORK In aid of the Home Mission Fund, WILL be held in BANGOR NATIONAL SCHOOL- ROOM on FRIDAY, JULY 13TH, commeac" ing at 2 p.m. Admission Free. Tea, 6d each. THE PROMENADECONCERTS ON THE PIER, ABERYSTWYTH, Every Evening during the Week, Admission, 6d; Weekly, 2s 6d. SEASON TICKETS, 10s. 6d., Which will admit the holder at any time, and not transferable, may be had on application to MR. W. H. PALMER, QUEEN'S HOTEL. • ABERYSTWYTH LAWN T ENNIS, QÙOIT, ARCHERY. AND I gOWLING Q. ROUND, SMITHFIELD ROAD. A. J. GROVE, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, 39. GREAT DARKGATE STREET, PROPRIETOR. ABERYSTWYTH RACES. A GENERAL MEETING will be held on MON- DAY NEXT, JULY 9TH, at the LION ROYAL HOTEL, at 4 p.m., when all interested in the above are requested to attend. A. J. GROVE, HON. SEC. DR. G. H. JONES, SURGEON DENTIST, 57, Great Russel Street, LONDON. I NOTE.-In consequence of Greatly In- ¡ creased DENTAL PRACTICE, Advertise- ments are being Discontinued. Pamphlet Post Free. Only One Address. THE SUMMER SUN and DUST. Li idles play, j ing lawn tennis, yachting, boating, riding, and all exposed to the scorching rays of the sun and heated particles of dust, will find that the most cooling and refreshing preparation for the face, hands and arms is ROWLANDS' KALYDOR, which eradicates -.11 Prickly Heat, Sunburn, Tan, Freckles. Stings of Insects, &c., and produces a beautiful and delicate complexion. ROWLANDS' KALYDOR is a botanical and harmless wash for the face, hands, and arms. It contains no mercurial or poisonous ingredi- ents, and is a most cooling, soothing and re- freshing preparation for the skin. Gentlemen will find it relieves the painful smarting of the face after shaving. ROWLANDS' KALYDOR, to protect the public from fraudulent and pernicious imitations, has on th(3 stopper a 6d. Government stamp Ask always for Rowlands' Kalydor, and avoid spu- rious imitations ander the same or similar names. I ROWLANDS' MACASSAR OIL prevents the -Lt' hair falling off or becoming dry during ;ot weather, and eradicates scurf and It can now also be had in a golden colour for hÚr and golden-haired people and children. Sold in usual 4 sizes, 3s. 6d., 7s., 10s. 6J. (equal to 4 small), and 21s. per bottle. ROWLANDS' ODONTO is the purest and most fragrant Tooth Powder ever used, and contains no acid or mineral ingredients, which are so detrimental to the teeth and gums. Its purity specially adapts it for the teeth of young chil- dren. ROWLANDS' EUKONIA is a beautifully pure, delicate and fragrant toilet powder, and has lately been much improved. Sold in three tints white, rose and cream, 2s 6d per box double that size with puff, 4s. Ask any chemist or hairdresser for Rowlands' ar- ticles, of 20, Hatton Garden, London, and avoid spurious worthless imitations under the same or similar names. TiiiFiMrriiAMFofiriT" FINEST Quality Imported at Prices hitherto unknown, will be sold in single Barrels. Royal Daylight Brand Oil delivered at all stations free any- where upon the Cambrian system for 9d per Gallon.- Apply, JAMES WILCOX, Oil Merchant, Newtown. TERMS-CASH. Time and Money Saved by using RXPPINGILLE'S Patent OIL COOKING STOVES; Odourless, Smokeless, Portable, Safe and C eanly. THEY will roast joints or poultry, boil fish, vege- tables, &c.; fry chops, steaks, or bacon; bake breaetor pastry, toast, heat flat-irons, and in fact do the entire worK of a kitchen fire, over which they have the advantage of being lit or extinguished in a moment. For domestic use syid economy they are unequalled. Three meals a day for 4 to 6 persons can be cooked for a penny. Prices from a few shil- lings. Write for Illustrated List and full particulars to the HOLBORN STOVE COMPANY, 118, Holborn, London, and say where you saw this advertisement ¿j fEtmratton. THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL AND GRAMMAR. SCHOOL, QUEEN'S SQUARE HOUSE, QUEEN'S RC "H, Conducted by MR THOMAS OWENS, C.M., In honours of the London University, and late Lvjrioi Scholar of the University College of Wales. PUPILS Prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the -L Civil Service, the learned Professions, the Uni- versities, and the various Training and Theolog\ca £ Colleges. Special attention paid to English and1 Commercial Training at moderate charges. As only a few Boarders can be taken in, parents* who desire special attention paid to the education oi their children woald do well to apply early. j. iie Master s whole time is devoted to teaching ¡:é:d. su- perintending the education of the pupils. Steps are being taken to start SCIENCE CLASSES- in the School, in connect, on with the Science and Art Department, South Kensington, for the coming year. The School was examined at the close of the ilid- summer term by the Rev J. M. Davies, B.A. (Lon- don), who reported very favourably of the School. Copies of the report supplied on application to the Head Master. Terms (which are moderate), Reports and References on application. The School RE-OPENS on MONDAY, AUG. i>f 1383 CAERLEON HOUSE, ABERYSTWYTH SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES. T PRINCIPAL.—MISS TRUBSHAW, Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign azit English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford aad Cam bridges. Local examinations. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal, The School year consists of three terms, beginning respectively January 19, April 26, September 21 < but pupils cau be received at any time dur?ns.- the terms. iLADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, THE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. PRINCIPAL—MRS. E. MARIE JONES, Assisted by the REV. E. P. JONES, M.A., B.D and a Staff of Qualified Teachers. HOME Comforts and a Liberal Diet. as testified JLJL by the numeroas expressions of satisfaction received from Parents. During the last year 16 Pupils gained certificates from the Trinity College. London, and the Royal College of Preceptors, 4 have ng gained honours. Prospectus (with view) on application. OXFORD HOUSE, MARINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH M' RS and the MISSES MOUNTFORD, assisted by Masters and a Resident Foreign &ove-:r.e&s,. z:o receive twelve Young Ladies to Board and Edac^e. Pupils prepared for the Local Examinations. Prospectus, &c., on application. The Half-Term commenced June 11th, 1883. WEST OF ENGLAND SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, GLOUCESTER. Principal-Mrs G. M. LEO. MOST beautiful and healthy situation in the country, one mile from Gloucester. Excellent Premises. Recreation Grounds two and a half A«jre»_ Preparation for the Oxford, Cambridge, South Kensington and Royal Academy Masic Examinations. The Modern Languages, Music,Drawing.and P.iintfng; receive especial attention. Careful moral training1. First-class references. Moderate inclusive tsrass. During the past five years, ninety-two cartific forty-three with honours, and seventeen prizes fvere gained in the University Local and Music Examina- tions by Pupils from this school.—Praspectus and full particulars on application. NANT EOS HO U SE, II, LA URA PLAOS' ESTABLISHMENT FOR YOUNG LADIES, Canducted by Mrs. HAUPTMANN & Miss MORRIS* who have had much experieuce in Tuitiou. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations. Accommodation for one or two Ladies. ABEBDOVEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL, Conducted by Mr J. DAVIES, C.M., (Late Student of St. Bees College). CLASSICAL LECTURER-Rev. E. T. DAVIES, B.A., 1st C1. Classics, Scholar and Prizeman of St. David's College, Lampeter. i^PECIAL Attention will be given to young men k? preparing for Tneological Colleges, St. David's College, and the U.C.W. Pupils are prepared for the Civil Service and Com- mercial Pursuits. Boarders are received at the Head Master's. Terms on application. ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, YSTRAD MEURIG. HEAD MASTER The REV. JOHN JONES, M.A., Late Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford. MATHEMATICAL MASTER The REV. HENRY JOHN LERIGO, B.A. SC. John's College, Cambridge. The School will Re-open on Tuesday, May fki-x, at & a.m. Apply to the HEAD MASTER. ABERAYRON GRAMMAR SCHOOL. HEAD MASTER—REV. J. WALTER REES, B.A. Late Scholar and Prizeman of St. David's College* PUPILS prepared for Local and nJxaminations. Special attention can be given to young men preparing for St. David's College, Lam- peter, and the Theological Colleges. Good lodgings very cheap. Terms moderate. S T T HOMTS' S C O L L E ex E, R. ffy- L A Sound and Liberal Education for Boys, based on Evangelical Principles of the Church of England- Inclusive Fees for Board and Tuition, THIRTY GUINEAS A YEAR ENTRANCE AND OTHER SCHOLARSHIPS. THE RESIDENCE IS FACING- THE SEA. Prospectus and Referenaes from Rev. PRINCIPAL LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL (Founded 1805.) Head MasterpMR THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, B.A. (Oxonj, Late Scholar @f Jesus College and ifeoong Class Honours Moderations, pHE aim ot the education given at th\f- echooS be such as to prepare yoastg- roe^. for Matriculation at the Universities and Las-r-et-or College also boys for the Oxford "LoeaT and rrciiuuuary Examinations. Terms—6 guineas a year. j, 2 guineas a term. For further information apply to the Ilead Master EMIGRATION^ Those intending to Emigrate showed write for the GUIDE TO TEXAS AND CALIFORNIA before deciding where to go. Post free N]L& W. G. Kingsbury, 41, Finsbisyy Pavement. London, E-G. P RIN TIN G PRINTINGI OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED ON THE. SHORTEST NOTICE AT THE U OBSERVER" OFFICE.