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Business Addresses. MORGAN AND ROBERTS, AUCTIONEERS, ACCOUNTANTS, AND VALUERS. Sales, Valuations, etc., promptly attended to and terms of sales punctually carried out. Accounts Audited and Balance Sheets pre- pared. Rents collected and Debts recovered. Short Loans arranged and Bills discounted at reason- able rates. For terms apply at Offices- Ho. 9, BAKER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. MR A. LLOYD WILLIAMS AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, AND VALUER, No. 3, BAKER STREET (Next door to the National Provincial Bank). Sales, Inventories and Valuations promptly attended to. Account Books audited and Balance Sheets prepared. SALES PROMPTLY CASHED UP. For terms apply at above address. Private Address-Dewyneb, Banadl Road. YOUR SHEEP WILL SELL BETTER. MYKROL SHEEP DIP Guaranteed tJ cure all eases of Sheep Scab, and Foot Bot, and is the best for dressing Wounds, and encouraging the growth, and improving the quality of the Wool. MYKROL NEVER FAILS. THE GREATEST SUCCESS OF RECENT YEARS. Mykrol protects Sheep, Horses and Cattle from all skin diseases. Mykrol Powder is unequalled. Approved by the Itoard of Agriculture. MYKROL CATTLE WASH Is specially prepared, and guaranteed to ward off Flies, and plevents Bots and Warbles, by killing the Maggot and healing all sores. INSIST ON GETTING MYKROL. Mykroi Fluid Sheep Dip, Non-poisonous. } <•" Mykrol Powder Sheep Dip, Poisonous. ¡ MYKROL DISINFECTANT. 1 For Stables, Kennels, Poultry Houses, Ashpits, Cess- pools, Sinks and Sewers. Also for making Coats of Horses and Dogs soft and silky. Also for promoting the growth of hair on Shirp Horses. Also for curing Sores, Wounds, Cracked and Greasy Heels, Mange, Ringworm, Herpes, and all Skin Diseases. Sole Manufacturers and Proprietors THE MYKROL COMPANY, QUEEN'S FERIiY (Flintshire). Sweep. Sweep. Sweep. JAMES DONNELLY, 10, POWELL STREET, ABERYSTWYTH PRACTICAL CHIMNEY SWEEPER. Orders executed with Despatch. Contracts taken Quotations Free. IMPOETANT- TO COAL CONSUMERS. R. J. JONES, Colliery Agent, General Merchant, and Insurance I Broker, ABERYSTWYTH. Invites enquiries for every description of COAL- House, Steam, Smith's, Slack, Baking, and Anthracite; also COKE. Truck Loads of 5 tons and upwards supplied direct from Col- liery at Colliery Prices, from 16s. 6d. per ton. R- J. J. can compete with any Colliery Agent in Cheapness and quality. Please try him. Also SMALL QUANTITIES sold at the LOWEST PRICES. N.B.—Terms, 2s. per ton discount for Cash in 7 days. Kote' the Address:—R. J. JONES Railway Station Yard (First Office from Railway Station,, Alexandra Road). INSURANCES-Every Description of Insurance arranged with the best Offices in the Kingdom. Private Address—19, South Marine Terrace. NOTICE. W. R. WOOD, WATCHMAKER, JEWELLER, & SILVERSMITH Has REMOVED to 18, TERRACE ROAD, Two Doors above Old Premises. JAMES 11, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, GREENGROCER, FISHMONGER, GAME AND POULTRY DEALER. Prompt attention given to all Orders. NOTE THE ADDRESS. LONGLEY AND SONS, THE ONLY HIGH-CLASS TOBACCONISTS I IN ABEKYSTWYTH, Have the best variety, Sell at the lowest price and do the biggest trade. Sole Agents for the Doctor's Pipes, 4s. 6d. each. Inventors of the Archdruid Mixture, Gd. per oz ALSO LONGLEY & SONS' High-Class Confectionery Shops IN TERRACE ROAD & PIER STREET, Are celebrated as being the most artistic premises J in Wales. COAL! LIME PIPES J. JENKIN JONES, COAL, LIME, BRICK, PIPES, AND SLATE ALWAYS IN STOCK. BUILDING MATERIALS at Lowest Market Prices Before Ordering your Winter Supply of COAL wrice for Price List. Truck Loads to any Station at Lowest Rates for Cash. Address-No.6. OFFICE AND WHARF, RAILWAY STATION, and 3, STANLEY TERRACE, ABERYST- WYTH. V STEAM LAIJXDL4Y, ABERYSTWYTH. B. JONES BEGS to nform hisnumerolls Customers that owing to the increase of Business he has put down additional NEW AND MODERN MACHINERY To enable him to execute all orders with promptness and despatch, and hopes to still merit your esteemed patronage and support. HOTELS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS SPECIALLY CATERED FOR. SHIRTS AND COLLARS A SPECIALITY All Goods Collected and Delivered Free of Charge. Send a Postcard and he Van will call. PARTICULARS AND PRICES ON APPLICATION. Public Notices. THE COMPANIES (CONSOLIDA- TION) ACT, 1908." THE KINGSIDE ZINC BLENDE COMPANY, LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 188 of the Companies (Consolid- ation) Act, 1908, that a Meeting of the Creditors of the above-named Company will be held at the Offices of Messrs Brunner, Mond and Co., Limited, Winnington, Northwich, Cheshire, on Friday, the 15th day of October, 1909, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated this 1st day of October, 1909. J. H. GOLD, Liquidator. O YTL ACADEMY OF MU SIC, it Tenterden Street, London, W. Instituted 1822. Incorporated by Royal Charter 1830. THE METROPOLITAN EXAMINATION OF Musical Composers, Performers, and Teachers. Successful Candidates at which are created LICENTIATES OF THE "ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, and have the sole right of appending the letters L.R.A.M. to their names. The exam- inations are held during the Summer and Christmas vacations. Last day for Entry for the Christinas examination, 30th October, 1909. Syllabus, Enwy Form, and all further informa- tion may be obtained on application to F. W. RENADT, Secretary. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President The Eight Hon. LORD RENDEL. r., Principal: T. F. ROBERTS. M.A. (Oxon), LL. D. (Viet). THE next Session begins on October 5th S 19C9. A number of Entrance Scholar- ships and Exhibitions, open to both male and female candidates above the age of 16, are offered for Competition on Tuesday, September 21st, 1909, and on the following- days. Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Composi- tion Fee, £10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, JE1. Men Students reside in Registered lodgings in I he town, or at the Men's Hostel. Warden Professor J W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden Miss E. A. Fewings. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Depart- ments, the Law, Agriculture, and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. THE ASSOCIATED BOARD R.A.M. and R.C.M. For Local Examinations in Music. Patron—HIS MAJESTY THE KING. President.-H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G- Honorarv. Local. Representative for Aberystwyth— ]. D, PKRROTT, Esq., J.P., North Road. LOCAL CENTRE EXAMINATIONS. Syllabus A- Theory—November and March. Prflctical-l\1arch-ApriJ. and at 2$Provincial Centres, November-Deccmber also. SCHOOL EXAM I NATIONS.—Syllabus B. October-November, March-April, and June-Jofv. j ENTRIES for the next LOCAL CENTRE & SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS close Oct. 6., or, with extra fee, Oct- 14. SYLLABUSES A and B for 1909 or 1910 can be obtained post free on application to the Honorary Local Representa- tive, as above, or to The Secretary, 15, Bedford Square, J London, W.C. JOLISEUM, Aberystwyth. THREE NIGHTS ONLY, Commencing MONDAY, OCTOBER 11th. JOHN CODMAN'S NEW EMPIRE AMERICAN Animated Pictures And Variety Entertainment. Popular Prices: Is. nd.; Is.; 6d. ABERVSTWYTH MOTOR SYNDICATE, Ltd. REGISTERED OFFICE SMITHFIELD REPOSITORY. MANAGING DIRECTOR MR. EDWIN MORRIS. CAPITAL £ 2,000 IN SHARES § Per Cent. Interest Guaranteed. Bankers:—NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OI<' ENGLAND. Solicitors: — Messrs. CHURCHILL & CLAFHAM, Lhmdrmdod Wells and London. FOR I PURE DRUGS & CHEMICALS E. P. WYNNE, M.P.S., I CHEMIST, 7, PIER STREET, Aberystwyth DISPENSING A SPECIALITY. ONE BOX OF CLARKE'S 841 PILLS is warranted to cure, in either sex, all acquired or constitutional Discharges from the Urinary Organs, I Gravel, and Pains in the back. Free from Mercury. Established upwards of 50 years. In boxes 4s. 6d. each, of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or sent for sixty stamps by the makers, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug l Company, Lincoln. Public Notices. DAVID ROBERTS & SONS, LIMITED, BREWERS, ABERYSTWYTH, BEG TO DRAW ATTENTION TO THEIR DRAUGHT AND BOTTLED ALES WHICH ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. '■ i ————————————————————————————————— TRADE PRICE LIST. Barrels, Kildkns., Firkins, 36 Gallons: 18 Gallons;9 Gallons. XXX MILD ALE 48/- 24/- 121/- •" XX Do. do. 42/- 21/- 10/6 B BITTER ALE 56/- 28/- 14/- K STRONG ALF, 56/- 28/- 14/- REA'S "BLACK BOTTLE" AND PLYNLIMON WATER Is a Perfect Blend of the Purest Whisky out of Scotland ? with the Purest Water in Wales. }. Per 4s. Bottle. REA'S STORES. Cbc jfjbcrpslwpth Skating Rink. THREE SESSIONS DAILY 10-30 to 12-30. 2-0 to 5-0. 7-0 to 10-30. Admission, 6d; Skates (all Sessions), 6d. A GRAND DANCE WILL LK HELD Every Wednesday Evening. First-class Band in attendance. Light Refreshments. On Wednesday next, October 13th, an Exhibition in Skating will be given by the Brothers Willis. Further particulars next week. For Real WELSII FLANNEL <& WOOLLEN GOODS GO TO J. <& K. K V A X*. 3ENERAL DRAPERS AND MILLINERS, 40, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LATEST STYLES IN MILLINPIRY. ARTISTIC, COMMERCIAL$GENERAL PRINTING Executed with Despatch and at Moderate Charges by DAVID ROWLANDS, OBSERVER OFFICE. 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HINDLEY, Agent, THE Observer &_County Times SCALE OF CHARGES FOR j ADVERTISEMENTS, ADVERTISERS AND THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Advertisements are inserted in the Observer and County Times at the following rates Parliamentary Notices and Addresses, &c., 6d per line per insertion. Public Notices, Legal Advertisements, Pros- pectuses of Public Companies, &c., bd per line per insertion. Notices of Municipal and Council Elections, &c., 4d per line per insertion. Sales by Auction—Properties, 5d per line PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Prepaid Advertisements of the classes specified below will be charged according to the subjoined scale :— Apartments Wanted Businesses to be Sold Apartments to be Let Partnerships Wanted Situations Wanted Articles Lost Situations Vacant Articles Found Houses to be Let Miscellaneous Wants Sales by Private Contract Miscellaneous Sales, &c Lines. Words T One Three Six meso or s' insertion. Insertions. Insertion -1-1_ 3 is Is Od 2s Od 3s Od 4 24 Is 3d 2s ad 3s 9d 5 30 Is 6d 3s Od 4s Gd 6 36 Is 9d 3s 6d 5s 3d 7 42 2s Od 4s Od 6s Od This scale applies only to consecutive insertions of PREPAID Advertisements. If not prepaid these Advertisements will be charged according to the Public Notice Scale. Wanted, &c. QTEWARD AND STEWARDESS wanted ks for the Aberystwyth Conservative Club, wages 20s. per week. with rooms (un- furnished), coal and gas; cash leakage deposit of £ 10 required; no encumbranee.- Applica- tions to be sent to the Secretary at the Club by S p.m. on Monday next, October 11 th. GENTS WANTMD having good con- nections with Farmers, Ilorseowncrs, Dairymen, Gardeners, etc., by first-class old- Established House, to sell Condiments, Calf Meal, Oils, Paints, Insecticides, Disinfectants, and other Agricultural Requisites. Handsome Income can be made.— Address Agriculture," Birchali's Advertising Offices, Liverpool. |_>LAIN Cook or Cook-General wanted for near Machynlleth, age 30, wages from £ 1G.—T113, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welsh- pool. PRINTING of every description executed neat, I- quick and cheap at the OBSERVER Office, Aberystwyth. '/IT ANTED cnp!es of "Observer" for r January, February, March, April, May, June, and December of 1904.—Apply at office of this paper. ELI ABLE General wanted for near Aberyst- vvyth. Permanent.—T119, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. OOD Cook wanted for Merionethshire, able to bake and undertake small dairy, age about 35, wages £ 30.—T123, COUNTV TIJIKS Registry, Welshpool. />OOD Cook Wanted for near Aberystwyth, .7 ago 25, wag-es £ 20. Also House Parlour- maid, age not over 35; wages jS16 to £18, small family.—T14S, COCITTV TIMES Registry, Welsh- pool GENERAL Wanted for Barmouth, age 17 to 18 —TloO—CouKTY TIMES Registry, Welsh- pool. ENERAL wanted for near Machynlleth, age V.-IT to 18. An orphan wanting- a, good home. Church giil.—T146, COUNTY TIMES Registry Welshpool. ITCHENMAID wanted for Newtown, age 20 Jt\- to 23. — T145, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. COOK-GENERAL wanted for Montgomery, WAGFS = £ 14.—T142. COUNTV TIMES Registry, Welshpool. GOOD COOK wanted for near LI an fa ir, two in family, good wages.—T9U2, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. ENERAL wanted for Aberystwyth (-perma- nent), 'sge IS to 20. wages £ 14.—T163, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool ( HOUSE PARLOUEMAID wa.nted for near Newtown, wages £ 17, washing sent out, two in family, three servants kept—TK52, COUNTY TIMES Rearistrv. Welshpool. HOUSEMAID wanted for Aberystwyth private iTY house. 3 in family, wages £ 12 to £ 14.— I T168, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. /"XOOD'COOK wanted for near Aberystwyth V abstainer, must be able to make soup, pas- try, plain puddings, cakes and scones, and if pos- sible baking, good comfortable home wages to £ 33. i —175, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. PLAIN COOK wanted for Glandyn, age about E* 25, wages £ 20—T170, COUNTY TIMES Regis- try, Welshpool. GENERAL wanted for Colwyu Bay, small family, age 18 to 20, wao-es £ 14 or £ 15.— T147, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. j \\J ORKING HOUSEKEEPER wanted for V Business House—-Apply to Mrs W. A. Rogers, Waterloo Villa, Welshpool. j ANTED a good strong General, about 22.— f V Apply Mrs R. J. Roberts, Gwynfynydd, Oswestry. V\/r rED OLD OAK DRESSERS and SHEL YES, and every description of old Oak and Mahogany Furniture, Old China, Pic- tures, Pewter etc.—Apply or write Samuel Llovd and Son, Oswald Road, Oswestry. COOK GENERAL wanted for near London; \J age between 20 and 30. —T165, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. KITCHEN MAID wanted for Llanvmvnech, age 16 or 17.—T172, COUNTY TIMES Regis- try Welshpool. V/y ANTED, a good, strong Kitchenmaid for near Newtown, age from 17 to 19 yeirs, four in family, seven indoor servants.—No. ti4. COUNTY TIMES Office, Welshpool ENElt.lL wanted for near Welshpool, ab (s to cook, age about 25, wages £ \6 to £ 18.— '1'125, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. OOD Plain Cook wanted for near Welshpoc 1, J" Church woman—T135, County TIMES Regis- try, Welshpool. Q HO USE-PARLOUR-MAID wanted for near Montgomery, good wages.—'1156, COU.STY TIMES Registry. Welshpool. 1 OOD Plain Cook wanted for Welshpool, wages vJ £ 18 to Jt20—TltiO, COL'NXY TIMKS Registry-, Welshpool. HOUSEMAID wanted for Welshpool, age 21, wages £ 14 to £ 1G.—T167, COUNTY TIMES Welshpool. I.'ENERAL wanted for farm house near Welsh- U pool, age about 16—T176, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. "IOOK-GE-EP,AL wanted for near Welshpool. Vy1 age about 22 able to milk one cow if pos- sible. no dairy.—T177 COCNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool, OUNG General wanted for Welshpool, age X Jo to 16, tinee in fami'y, country girl preferred—T173, COUNTY Timt s Registry, Welsh- pool. F7 NDER-HOUSEMAID wanted for nearWelsh- pool, age 18, wages £ 14: also single-handed Kitchenmaid, age about 17.- T i 6), COUNTY TIMES Registry; Welshpool. EEXPERIENCED Cook-General wanted for J kitchen, also experienced Parlourmaid.— T171, COUNTY TIMES Registry. Welshpool I_g OU^EMAID wanted for Craven Arms, also ■-H- Kitchenmaid, wages E12 toil 5. and single- I handed Parlourmaid or unmarried man.—T179, COUNTY TIMES Registry, Welshpool. For Sale. X17EDDING GIFT.—Lady offers privately Magnificent 7-Guinea Service A1 Quality Plate (stamped), comprising Six Each Table, Dessert Spoons and Forks. Tea and Egg Spoons (36 pieces) unsoiled. Accept 25s. Approval willingly. Write, OBSERVER, Aber- ystwyth. ELSON BRICK WORKS, ELLESMERE. FOR SALE, well burnt red wire cut Bricks and j)L Drain Pipes, cheap, by rail or boat—Apply W. Griffiths and Sons, Ellesmere. 4 BERYSTWYTH.—For Sale by private treaty, A a Commodious Freehold Residence with garden and outbuildings, conveniently situated, near sea, college, shops, &c.—Apply C. R. Kenyon. Llwynon, Machynlleth. TWO new Cottages by Cemmes Road Station, freehold, splendid position, also land for building.—Apply Pugh, Watchmaker, Cemmes Road, Mont. To Let. TO LET IX NEWTOWN, O. 3, BRYNLLYS, a very healthily situated i modern residence, containing two Recep- tion Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, four good Bedrooms, and Bathroom, together with the usual offices. COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE in Weir Street 2 PASTURE FIELDS on the Fron For particulars apply to— POWELL & JARVIS, Solicitors. Newtown. COUNTY TIMES Registry have the following on the. books :— Housemaid, age 19. Cook-General, age 23, wages £ 1S. Plain Cook or Housekeeper, age 25, wages £18 to £20. Plain Cook, age 28, wages £ 24. Under Gardener, age 17, to live in, 2 years good reference. General or Housekeeper in small family, age 36. Plain Cook, age 31, wages L224. Under Housemaid, age 17, wages £ 10 Kitchenmaid or Between-maid, age 15-16. Cook-General, age 22, wages £ 20. Plain Cook. age :37, wages £ 24. Tall Bov, age 16, odd jobs, gardening, drive pony and trap, with one lady or gentleman Plain Cook or Cook-General, age 23, wages £ 20 to £ 22. Experienced Parlourmaid, age 22, wages £ 20. THE OLDEST BILbpoSTINGr ESTABLISHMENT IN TOWN ASD DISTRICT. J 01111 Lloyd & Sons, e; TOWN" CRIERS, BILL-POSTERS AND DISTRIBUTORS POPLAR SOW, HAVING THE LARGEST NOMJBEE of most prominent Pontine Stat'oas in ail part* of Aberystwyth and District, they a-e able to takf larfff contracts of every description. Over 100 STATIONS IN THE TOWN AND DISTMICT. Official Billposters to the Tow a ana Oonnty Coiii,- cils1, O-.Vv'.R. Cu., Cam'-rian Railways Co., M. & M. Railway Co., A. 1.0., all fcaa Auctioi.-ctrs of the Tcvr and District, ard oth"r Public Bodies. PtJIVATE .ADDRESS: — MAFNGW i'N, TRINITY' LOAD