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gales bs auction. TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. J. W. ROGERS, ^SEJTEOR AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. SALES AND VALUATIONS '*h? FREEHOLD, LEASEHOLD, AND COPYHOLD ESTATES; FARMING STOCK, PRODUCE, SHIPS, MACHINERY, MINING PLANT, TRADE STOCKS, &c., ^aadasted on the best terms, with immediate Cash settlements. Valuations for Probate and the Transfer of business. LLANIDLOES^ MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ■ Highly Attractive Sale of a Freehold Estate, com- prising Rich Pasture and Arable Lands, Farms and Homesteads, situate as above. MR J. W. ROGERS, will at an early date, submit for Sale by Auction, at theTrewythan Hotel, Lanidloes, Severable Valuable Farms, Fields and bullets of Land. further particulars from Messrs Hugh Hug-lies & '»as, Solicitors, or from the Auctioneer, both of -A-berystwyth. Auction and Estate Offices- Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. PIER-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. BANKRUPT STOCK. MS J. W. ROGERS is now clearing out the stock in trade of general Drapery belonging to the Estate of J. A. Jones, Rhyl, at less than one half the '•Sttal prices. The shop will be open from ten to six. Great Bargains in all Departments. CARDIGANSHIRE. "I"'ARISH OF LLEDROD, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Important SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM. Mr J. W. ROGERS is favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Hotel, Aberystwyth, all that Compact and Fer- Fa>-m and Lands, situate as above, and known ^VY HALL. particulars, with date of Sale, iu next "^■eek's papers. Vendor's Solicitors- MESSRS HUGH HUGHES & SONS, Aberystwyth. «-!icfaon and Estate Offices, terrace-road, Aberystwyth ASSEMBLY ROOMS, ABERYSTWYTH. 'JTREAT SALE of China, Glass, Earthenware Por- celain, and other Valuable Pottery. ME J. W. ROGERS announces receipt of instruc- tions from Messrs John Berington, Manufac- Raters, of Hanlcy, Staffordshire Potteries, to submit Jw Sale by Public Competition at the above Rooms, TOKSDAY, WEUNESDAT, THURSDAY, AND FRTDAY, June 9th, loth, Uth, and 12th, 1885, of Ph" largest, most valuable, and costly Stocks i/tuna, Glass, and Earthenware ever submitted in Aoerystwyth. See posting bills for details and particulars. Auction and Estate Offices, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. "MON HOTEL YARD, ABERYSTWYTH. "GENTRIES of Horses, Cattle, Harness, Traps, Im- plements, &c., &c., are invited for the next < Sale, which takes place the Second Monday ^!i a month. Entries should at once be sent to Auctioneer to ensure due publicity. Aerrace-road, J. W. ROGERS, Aberystwyth. Auctioneer & Valuer. A C A R D. D. P. DAVIES & DAVIS, AaaiGULTURAL & SANITARY ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS, AUCTIONEERS, RAND AGENTS, SURVEYORS, & VALUERS, ABERYSTWYTH & LAMPETER. \TESSBS. D. P. DAVIES & DAVIS beg to in- form the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, Agricul- -sS; s> the Public generally that they have jSfcared the services of Mr WILLIAM MORGAN, of ScCdigan House, Queen's Road, Aberystwyth, for «i&ay years with the late Mr Smith, to whom any ^•Qtaiauiucation may be addressed, and it will receive prompt attention. ABERYSTWYTH. Important Sale of Pedigree Berkshire Pigs, Fat Ayr- shire Heifer, Perth Dog Cart, complete, and other effects. ll/TESSRS D. P. DAVIES & DAVIS have re- fli t ,ce^Ted instructions from Mr John Roberts, of Lion Royal Hotel, to sell the above stock by faction in the above Yard, belonging to the Hotel, On MONDAY, 1ST JUNE NEXT. Sale to commence punctually at 3 p.m. Particulars in Posters. Auction Offices, 3, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. KANTEOS, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. -rO TIMBER MERCHANTS, MINING AGENTS, TANNERS, FARMERS, AND orHBfis. of Oak and Ash Timber, Poles, and Firewood, and a Quantity of Oak Bark. JLTESSRS D. P. DAVIES & DAVIS have been 13, honoured with instructions from W. B. owell, Esq., to submit for public competition, on WEDNESDAY, the 10TH day of JUNE, 1885, :b¡ut 200 Oak and Ash Timber Trees of useful girths, »i> ob, Poles suitable for Fencing purposes, and of V*° or of Firewood also about Tons ?>. Bark, lying in the woods of Tynycwm and ^>Berchan. -Du ComPany is requested to meet the Auctioneer AKh°?erchan at 1.3 p.m. aQd Estate Offices. » Pier-street, Aberystwyth, NOTICE. JOHN BAKER, AUCTIONEER, PRACTICAL VALUER ? COMMISSION AGENT, AC., ■^SYDYPENAU FARM, BOW STREET, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. aad* v' ^^ently conducts all kinds of Property Sales Jfantli o ,OIls' an<^ beSa to annouce that his next "g)i.rr;n y °f Horses, Cattle and other Live Stock, swages, &c., will take place J2„FTPLRST MONDAY IN EACH MONTH, ba'aont1?111?!?' Early entries respectfully solicited <July announce^aCti01ieer as above' as they ma^ Sorses and Cattle bonght aud sold on commission. stale* fiy Auction. CARDIGANSHIRE. TO be Sold by Auction, in July, 1885, the follow- ing Valuable FARMS and SHEEP WALKS, situate in the Parish of Llanganfelen, and in the Township of Caelan aud Maesmawr— A R P BLAENCLETTWR FAWR, containing ..218 1 29 BLAENCLETTWR FAWR, containing ..218 1 29 BLAENCLETTW\R FACH, .210 3 1 CWMSLAND FACH, „ 7 1 5 For Particulars apply to Roberts, Son, and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. TO SHOPKEEPERS AND OTHERS. jl/TR W.- EDE, Auctioneer and Valuer, Aber- i3jL ystwyth, has received from a Liverpool mer- chant a large consignment of New and Old Prime American CHEESES, which he will Sell on Monday Next.iu the Corn Market. As W. E. accepts no goods but for bona-fide sale, the whole wiil be sold without 'the slightest reserve. lultiic Notices* COUNTY"OF"CARDIGAN. NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of General Sessions of the Peace for the county of Cardi- gan will be held at the Town Hall, Lampeter, on Friday, the 12th day of Juue next, at 12 o'clock at noon, for the purposes of Section 13 of the Registra- tion Act, 1885, requiring the Division of the County into Polling Districts. Dated this 26th day of May, 1885. F. It. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for Building an Infirmary J- at Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire. Plans and Specifications can be seen at the Infirmary, Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. also, at the Offices of the Archi- tect, Mr. E. M. Bruce Vaughan, A.I.B.A., Borough Chambers, 20, St. Mary-street, Cardiff, from whom bills of quantities can be obtained. The tenders are to be tent to me on or before June 18th, 1885, endorsed Tender for Aberystwith Infirmary." A deposit of one guinea must be left with the Architect by an persons tendering, which will be retnrned on the receipt of a bona-fide tender. The Trustees do not bind. themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. EVAN EVANS, Solicitor, Aberystwith. JOHN ALLEN LLOYD-PHILIPPS, ESQUIRE, DECEASED. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Victoria, Cap. 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the law of Property, and to relieve Trus- T^TOirCE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that all Creditors Jk_Nj and persons having CLAIMS against the Es- tate of John Allen Lloyd-Philipps, late of Mabws, in the County of Cardigan, Esqnire, deceased, (who died on the fourth day of June,One Thousand Eight Hun- dred and Eighty-four), and whose Will, with a Cod- icil thereto, was proved by HENRY MATHIAS, of the Toivn and County of Haverfordwest, Esquire, one of the Executors therein named, in the Carmar- then District Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the twenty- seventh day of August, One Thousand Eight Hun- dred and Eighty-tour, are hereby required to send particulars of such claims to the undersigned, the Solicitors of the said Executor, on or before the Twenty-fifth day of June next, after which day the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, havine regard only to the Claims of which he shall then notice, and that he will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof, so distributed to any person of whose Claim he shall not then have had notice. Dated the 6th day of May, 1885. EATON-EVANS & WILLIAMS, High Street, Ilavei fordwest. ABERYSTWYTH UNION. THE Guardians of the Poor of this Union are de- sirous of receiving applications for the Office of NURSE at their Workhouse. Applicants must be single women or widows with- out incumbrance, and fully competent to perform all the duties as prescribed by the Orders of the Local Government: Board, and not under 40 or above 60 years of age. The salary will bo £ 20 per annum, with board, lodging, and washing in the Workhouse. Applications, in candidates' own writing, stating age, condition, and previous experience, accompanied by testimonials of recent; date, to be sensor delivered to me at or before 10 a.m. on Saturday, the 6th June 'I next. The candidate appointed will be required to enter upon her duties within six weeks from the date of her appointment. By Order, HUGH HUGHES, JUN., Union Office, Clerk to Guardians Aberystwyth, 13th May, 1885. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. WHITSUNTIDE EXCURSIONS. ON SATURDAY, MAY 23rd, there will be cheap Excursion Bookings to London, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Liverpool, Manchester, &c., &o., by the train leaving Aberystwyth at 8 a.m. Third Class fares as follows-London, 18s 6d; Birmingham, 9s; Wolverhampton, 8s; Manchester or Stockport, 8s; Liverpool, 8s; Chester, 68 6J, &c. Tickets, bills, and every information may be ob- tained at the Railway Stations. CAMBRIAN RAIL WAYS. SUMMER EXCURSION AND TOURIST ARRANGEMENTS, 18 8 5. 1ST, 2ND, & 3RD CLASS TOURIST TICKETS Available for Two Calendar Months, renewable up to 31st December, are issued from 1st May to 31st October. RESIDENTIAL TICKETS. For the convenience of persons residing with their families at the seaside, arrangements have been made for the issue of Monthly Tickets (not trans- ferable) available for any number of journeys during the month, to any ONE member of a family, provided they are holders of not less than three Touri. t Tickets. SPECIAL TICKETS AT REDUCED FARES Are also issued between Local Stations to Tourists, and for Fishing, Pic-nic, and other Parties. Tourist Programmes, the Company's Official Guide Book, and particulars of Trains, Fares, &c., may be obtained at any of the Company's Stations or Book- ing Offices, or on application to the undersigned. J. CONACHER, Secretary. Company's Offices, Oswestry. JlIJOIT THEATRE, (LATE THE RINK.) PORTLAND STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LAST SIX NIGHTS OF MR JAMES ELPHINSTONE'S "LIFE" COMPANY. MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY, LIFE. TUESDAY, THE LADY OF LYONS. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, CALLED BACK. SATURDAY, LAST NIGHT, OUR BOYS. Doers open at 7.30, performance to commence at 8 o'clock. Admission — Reserved Seats, 3s,; Front do., 2s.; Second do., Is.; Back do., 6d. iSttucatton* 'j- ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL, (Founded in 1812). Trustees :—The Rev. Chancellor PHILLIPS, Sir PRYSE PRYSE, VAUGHAN DAVIES, Esq., Col. WILLIAMS, Rev. J. PUGH, and T. W. BONSALL, Esq. HEAD MASTER: Mr EDWARD JONES (in special honours of the University of London). BOYS prepared for the universities, professional -D examinations, and for commercial life. Particulars may be had on application to the Head Master, who receives a limited number of Boarders at Jasper House. Next term begins May 4th. LADIES' COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, ABERYSTWYTH, CONDUCTED BY MRS AND MISS RUSH, the C latter of whom has taken 1st Class University Honours. The work is directed, and the higher classes are taught, by Mr RUSH, B.A.; and Pupils are prepared for the University Colleges of Wales, for the Oxford aud Cambridge Local, and for other public Examinations. Reference to Canon Robson, Birkenhead Rev T. C. Edwards, M.A., Principal of University College, Aberystwyth, and others. Day Pupils received. Terms very moderate. Mr RUSH is open to a few school or private teach. ing engagements, or he would form Evening Classes. I LLEDROD AND YSTRAD MEURIG GRAMMAR SCHOOLS (UNITED). f. HEAD MASTER The REV. JOHN JONES, M.A. (formerly Scholar of Jes. Coll., Oxon.). SECOND MASTER W. H. HUNT, ESQ., B.A., Open Foundation Scholar of St. Catharine's College, Cambridge,—Mth Senior Optime in the Mathematical Tripos,- Goldsmiths' Exhibitioner and Honours-man and Prizeman of the London University. There are about Ten Scholarships of the value of j615 per aunum tenable at the school. For particulars, &o., apply to the Head Master, Ystrad Meurig School, R.S.O. ABERYSTWYTH HIGH SCHOOL, CAERLEON HOUSE. PRINCIPAL.—MISS TRUBSHAW, Assisted by Masters, and Resident Foreign and English Governesses. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local examinations. For Terms, &c., apply to the Principal. The School year consists of three terms, beginning 1 respectively January 16, April 30, September 18; but pupils can be received at any time during the terms. OXFORD HOUSE, 4, MARINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. (In Union with Trinity College, London.) MRS and the MISSES MOUNTFORD, assisted by Masters and a Resident Foreign Governess receive Twelve young Ladies to board and educate. Pupils prepared for the Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, and can be received at time during the terms. Term commenced January 20th, 1885. Prospectus, &c., on application. Reference to the Rev Dickens Lewis, Shrewsbury; the Rev J. Agar Beet, Wrexham, and many others. I THE ABERYSTWYTH COMMERCIAL & GRAMMAR, SCHOOL, QUEEN'S SQUARE HOUSE, QUEEN'S ROAD, Conducted by MR THOMAS OWENS, C.M., ID honours of the London University, and late Senior Scholar of the University College of Wales. PUPILS Prepared for Commercial Pursuits, the Civil Service, the learned Professions, the Uni- versities, and the various Training and Theological Colleges. Special attention paid to English and Commercial Training at moderate charges. I For Terms, &c., apply to b',Ie Head Master. Heligioug Sn-lu r' "j' LLANBADARN FAWR CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICE. AT 11.30 A.M. On Sundays, Christmas day, Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, Ascensian-day, SERVICE, WITH SERMON. Celebration of the Holy Communiou on every Tnird Sunday in the month, and also on Christmas, Easter-day, and Whit-Sanday. HYMNS, ANCIENT AND MODERN. Offertory at each Service towards the Restoratior Fund. Total Expenditure, about £ 7,000. Debt, about £850. ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH CHURCH, ABERYSTWYTH. ORDER OF SERVICES. SUNDAY Full Service and Sermon at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Communion, 1st Sunday in month, 11 a.m. I » „ 3rd „ at 8.30 a.m. WEEK DAYS :— Morning Prayer on Wednesday and Friday, and OB I Saints' Days and Holy-days, at lla.m. HYMN BOOK—"Church Hymns," (S.P.C.K.) Holy Communion according to notice. I ST. MARY'S (WELSH) CHURCH, (Leading out of Bridge Street), SUNDAY :— Welsh Service and Sermon at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Holy Communion on the last Sunday in the month at 10 a.m. or 6 p.m. according to notice. WEEK DAYS: E-nglish—Evening Prayer and Sermon,Wednesday, at 7 p.m. Welsh-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 pm.-English. Girls' ditto ditto at 2.30 p.m.-Welsh. Ysgoldy at 2.30 p.m.— Mixed. Penyparke National School at 2.30 pm—Mixed (Service and Sermon at 3.30 p.m.) REV. CHANCELLOR PHILLIPS, M.A., Vicar. Mr EDWARD J. JONES, AANA Major C. BASSETT LEWIS, j Churchwardens. COALS. RHEIDOL COAL YARD. CAPTAIN DOUGHTON BEGS to announce that he has and intends to keep a Constant Supply of the well-known SCOTCH COALS at very Low Prices for Cash. NEWPORT COALS always on hand; also PETROLEUM OIL. Private address, 45, North-Parade. Notices to Quit, from Landlord to Tenant and from Tenant to Landlord are sold at the Observer Office 1 North Parade, at one penny each. a.fl,t1.Q!. jBUiftces. ALLSOPP'S JJOTTLED JDEER & STOUTS, ———— PTS. l PTS. BITTER BEER, per Doz. 4s 6d 2s 3d DINNER DITTO 3s 6.1 STOUT DITTO 2s 3d ROBERTS' NOTED K AND BITTER BEERS. Choice WINES & SPIRITS, CIGARS of the best brand. BANK VAULTS, NEW STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. r THOMAS DAVIES, PROPRIETOR. E. R. GYDE, I PHOTOGRAPHER, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. 27 j PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. The Only Tobacconists's Shop in Town. JOHN A. JAMES BEG; respectfully to call the attention of the n Visitors to his large and varied Stock of Tobaccos,Cigars, Meershaum and other Pipes, and all other Requsites for Smokers. To a,U who wish for a pure, fresh, and genuine article in Tobacco, Cigars, &c., he confidently appeals for a trial. JOHN HUGHES, GREENGROCER, FRUITERER, AND POULTERER, 9 NORTH PARADE, A BERYSTWYTH. WTBOWLANDS, WHOLESALE & FAMtLY BUTCHER, NORTH PARADE & MARY STREET, PRIMEST Beef, Mutton, Porkers, Veal, and Lamb (when in season) alwa3rs in stock. All orders promptly attended to, and Families waited upon daily. Your patronage and support is respect- fully solicited. WILLIAM JIUAX, F A MILY GROCER AND ITALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN, BAKER AND CONFECTIONER, Maker of the Celebrated Brown Bread made from Wheat Meal, North Parade and Corner of Mary Street, ABERYSTWYTH. J. RICHARDS & Co., TAILORS, DRAPERS, AND GENERAL OUTFITTERS, 4, MARKET-STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LIVERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MADE ON THE PREMISES. THE A.M.C. AT ABERYSTWYTH. T. GRIFFITHS, GROCER AND pROVISION JAIERCHANT, Opposite the Gogerddan Arms and Lion C, Hotel, Aberystwyth, BEGS to call the attention of Delegates to the A.M.C., Visitors, and Inhabitants to his prime and carefully selected Stock of TEAS (acknowledged to be of superior quality), Real Wiltshire Smoked Bacon, also Home-cured Bacon and Hams, Fine Old Rich Cheddar and Double Glo'ster Cheese, and Pro- visions of all descriptions. Biscuits of the finest qualities. Fresh Butter and Eggs from the principal dairies in the neighbourhood. T. G. earnestly solicits a trial. CHEAP HOUSE FOR PRIME PROVISIONS. EVANS & SON, (LATE EVANS BROS.), GROCERS, PROVISION DEALERS, AND FRUIT MERCHANTS, 6, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Agents for Peak, Frean & Co.'s Biscuits. FliEDERICKHOFFMANT PORK BUTCHER, 3, MARY STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, T1EGS to announce to the Visitors and Inhabitants generally that he has commenced the above business in all its branches at the above address, and trusts by strict and per- tonal attention to all orders entrusted to him to merit their patronage and support. Fresh Home-made Sausages and Pork Pies daily. Home-cured Hams and Bacon. "OBSERVER" PRINTING WORKS, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. r a. fH. <ff. liTotirrs. 1 BOOTS! BOOTS!! BOOTS! j 1 ■ i J. E. JONES, j FASHIONABLE BOOT AND f SHOE MAKER, ¡ 6, NORTH PARADE, j 1 ABERYSTWYTH, j 1 BEGS to thank the Nobility, Clersry, s Gentry, and Public generally for the j generous support accorded him in the past, and trusts by strict attention to orders tel merit a continuance of their support. | J. E. J. also desires to intimate that in I order to compete successfully with the I the English makers he has erected | RIVETTING MACHINES, j ANS9 SEWING MACHINES, j With the aid of this improved Machinery j he is able to tnrn oat Home-made BOOTS, j SHOES, SLIPPERS, &c. at prices which will bear favourable comparison with those of j English Manufacturers, with tha advantage J that the Articles are made to measure, and of the best kind. J. E. J. also continues to demote the same j attention to the j HAND-SEWING DEPARTMENT, I For which his Establishment has so long < been tamous. < t PERFECT m FIT. COMFORT IN WALKING. t DURABILITY IN WEAR. f The Best Bark-Tanned Leather only used. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF GOODS MADE TO ORDER ONf THE PREMISES, Of the Best Material, aud Guaranteed Workma.nship. A VARIED STOCK OF LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S, AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES FOR WINTER AND SUMMER WEAR ON HAND. REPAIRS Of every description executed on t'se shortest notice. SELLING OFF FOR ONE MONTH! FOR CASH ONLY! CASH ONLY! GREAT BARGAINS NEW SONG-PRICE 4s., HIS FAVOURITE FLOWER," BT W. K. W.HEATLBY, (Organist of Sb. Michael's, Aberystwyth.) HALF PRICE AND POST FREE FROM f WHEATLEY & SONS'. I N.B.—PIANOS, HARMONIUMS, AMERICAN ORGANS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS and MUSIC will be Sold at a GREAT REDUCTION (for Cash only), Sale Commencing MARCH 2nd. Call early and secure genuine bargains. I gj H sn H s s Biils Bills j Bills j Bills < f Bill-heads Cards Cards Cards I Cards J Address Cards j Pamphlets Pamphlets { Pamphlets Pamphlets Pamphlets, Pamphlets' Testimonials Testi'Ecnials Testimonials Testimcnials Testimonials Testimonials i Hand-bills. Hand bills i Memorandum Note3 Memorandum Notes | Memorandum Notes i Memorandum Notes I Memorial Notes and Cards Funeral and Memorial Cards Fnneral and Memorial Cards j Funeral and Memorial Cards 1 Funeral and Memorial Cards 1 Funeral Letters and Iutimation Notes Circulars Circulars Circulars I Circulars Circulars Circulars I Circulars Circulars Circulars Circulars Circulars Circnlars Circulars Circnlars Circulars j All kinds of General Printing Executed | by STEAM: MACHINERY, with Neatness, ¡ Accuracy, and Despatch, at the "OBSERVER" OFFICE, I 1, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. jgMIGRATION TO NEW SOUTH WALES. The Agent-General for the Colony will provide j approved applicants with passages to Sydney in firs'- f class steam ships, on payment of the undermentioned REDUCED RATES:- Married Couple not exceeding 40 years, £6. Single Men not exceeding 35 years, £4. Single Women do. do. 42. Children of 3 and under 14 years £1; under 3 years I free. 1 Farmers, Agricultural and Railway Labourers, Vine Dressers, and Female Domestics, are "much reqnired. Further information may be obtained from The Emigration Department, New Souoh Wales Goverr- ment Offices, 5, Westminster Chfimbers, S.W.; or of the Local Agent:—John Morgan, 1, North Parade, Aberystwyth; the Local Agent:—John Morgan, 1, North. Parade, Aberystwyth; g&Jamrtr ctr. « P, r WAN'I ED, to Renter Purchase a Cweiling-houss^ ? with tour Bedrooms, and a Garden. Pos- session not required until September or Ottober.— Address K.M., Observer OSice. \\J AN Tf-D, a General Servant, for a small family; W eonntrv girl preferred. — Address A..B., Observer OSce. r| O BE SOLD, a F-'rm of about 30 acres good X Dwelling Honse, Orchard, Garden, and Out— buildiniF, 50 yards or so irom the Cumbrian Railway, about five miles from Ma ,hYLI!J.eth; fishing and shooting,-Appiy Q.X., Observer Office. FOR SALE. one of the Handsomest- Old Oak -U Cabinets in the world, beantifnlly carved all over; also a very 1 irze Arm Ch sir to match. A lot of Old China, over 200 ye-irs old, to be sold Cheap,. Fine Old Swansea Bowl, 40s., warranted c Square Marked WorcesterDish, 20s. About 50 other specimens. Also a large quantiiy of valuable old Oil Paintings and Engravings.—Mrs A. Ede: 14, Great. Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. '[,0 BE SOLD, Cheap, a Wooden Hoase, contain 1- ing fonr Booms.—Apply to Vaughan Davie" Tanybwich. TT7 AN TED, Famished Cottage for August. Three; f V beds.—Apply, witbterms, J. D. \Vaterhou?3t Ashton-cnder Lyne. RABBIT PEST.—Fur SALE, 1,000 yards of best- Galvanized Wire Nettirsr; H in- mesh, IS' gauge wire, 2 ft. wide. Price, 2id a yard, carriage paid on 300 yards. Other sizes. No rubbish. Alsa 100 IRON SHEEP-FOLD INTG HURDLES. 5 bars with links complete, 2s lOd each, carriage paid. At Farm Requisites, cheap.-—STAKBY & Co., Livery Street, Birmingham. A BERYSi'WYTH.—Offices to let, furnished, m ii. King-street, late in the occupation of Messrs John Taylor and Sons.—Apply to B. E. IIIorgan.. 2. Marine Terrace. t BERYSTWYrH.—'To he LET, No 11, on the ii MAiilNK TERR ACM, adapted for Family Residence or first-class Lodging House, containing fire Sitting Rooms, one gooci Housekeeper's Room» thirteen Bed Rooms, and Kitchen Offices.—For par- ticulars, apply to J. Bjrisali, Esq., Frontraitb,Aber- ystwyth. rpO BR LE i'. on or before Mav 12th, t.ho WELSH I HARP HOLEL, and BEACH HOUSE, adjoin- ing im Terrace-road together or separate. Best position in AberysHTyth oloxe to the sea.—Apply tas Mr T. White, Egyptian H'iu.-e. ierrace-road. TO Let, with immediate possession, at moderate rent, the House and Shop, established in 175dr next door to the Old Black Lion Inn, Bridge-street.. Aberystwyth. The premises are large, in goad order, and suitable for any business. Large warehouses, at the back.—Apply Mrs Thomas, Brya-awel, Aberystwyth. 2, CHALYBEATE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. THIS Houso a-nd Shop to be Let.—Apply to ME Joha Thomas, draper, Great Darkgate-street. CARDIGANSHIRE. GOOD FARM TO LET. M O R F A M A W R, IN the parishes of Llansaintffraid and Lliin, Aber arth, at present occupied by Mr W.Hughes, aud containing 450 acres. Capital Arable and Pasture Land lying on Sjn. Coast between Llanon and Liam- ddowi Aberartfe, and 11 miles from Aberystwyth, will be Let from 2ioh September nest with favourable "in-going." Apply — Crosswood Estate Office, Birchgrore,. Aberjstwy th. CARDIGANSHIRE. FARM TO LET. BWLCHCEWYS, in the parishes of Llanbad&ra ) Fawr a.nd Llanfihang.1 Oroyddin, as presently oceupicd by Mr David James, and containing about 230 acres, wili be L8T from 29th September next. The Farm lies on each side of Roxd from Aber- ystwyth to Devil's Bridge, and within two miles of the latter, and is all well enclosed. For particulars apply— Crosswood Estate Offic3, Birehgrove, Aberystwyth. — -uu_ ARMY SERVICE. YOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MAJESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office in the United Kingdom, be supplied, without charger with a Pamphlet containing detailed information & to the Conditions of Service and Advantages cf Army, &s to Pay, Deferred Pay, and Pensions. Great prospects of Promotion are offered to eligible Young Men. Applications can be m ule, either persona1 ly or letter, to the Officer commanding the Regimental. District at Brecon, or to the nesr-?st Volunteer Sergeant Instructor or other Recruiter. Reeruits, if eligible. CiD be enlisted for any arm ef the Regular Service they may select. G-. WILKINSON, GA;.JE DEALHd. EGGM RI RCHVNT.SSSD3M IN FRUITERER, &c., NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. SEEDS! 8BBDSJ TIT ANTED to Sell a Large Qaantiry of NEW 1'V GARDKN and :.FL ,W t:n. SEEDS, find *3 several kinds of BUS C EARLY POTATOES.—Foe Prke List apply as above. PEDIGREE BERKSHIRE PIG- STUD BOAR, FINEST BLOOD IN ENGLAND, YY" I L L S E R V E SO W 3. 5'- per H e* ApPLY TO MR. J. ROBERTS. LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH. Young BOARS and Son's of this breed may now be purchased of Mr Roberts. THE STANDARD LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY. Established 1S25. Life Assurance in all its Branches— Liberal terms and conditions. Invested Funds .• £ 6,500,003 Annual Revenue 870.000 Bonus D.stributed 3,500,000 DIVISION OF PROFITS, 1885. The Company's affairs will be investigated at the- close of the current year, and Policies now effected: will be entitled to share in the Surplus Funds. BRISTOL BRANCH PH€ENTIX HOUSE, QUEEN SQUARE. JOSEPH JULES, Local Secretary. Prospectus a ad all other inform ttion on apyii Jati at OTICES TO QUIT, Landlord to Tenant, Tenant iA to Landlord, One Penny each at the Observer ESTABLISHED 30 YEARS D. THOMAS & SON | Watchmakers, Jewellers &o, | GREAT DATIKGATE ST., | ABERYSTWYTH.