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WANTED, a PATTERN MAKER of thorough experience in patterns for quarries and mine works. Liberal wages given.—Apply to J. and D. DAVIES, Rock Foundry, Machynlleth. _—— STONE CUTTER BUSINESS. WANTED, a MANAGING PARTNER for a VV Stone Cutter's Business at Portmadoc, which is already large, and promises to become extensive. A rare opening.—Apply to M. E. MORRIS, Portmadoc. WANTED. Respectable Men to Sell Standard Publications (ready bound), in Cardigan and neighbouring Counties. Salary and Commission to suitable applicants. — Apply by letter, J.G.M., 6, Wellington Crescent, Waterloo, Welshpool. DOLGELLEY ENDOWED GIRLS' SCHOOL. WANTED, on the 1st day of January, 1878, a HEAD MISTRESS for the above School. The course of instruction will embrace Drawing, French, Music Needlework, and Domestic Economy, as well as the ordinary subjects taught in Elementary Schools. The School will accommodate 50 Day Scholars, and 30 Boarders. The Mistress will reside in the School House, and will be required to superintend the whole Establish- ment. Salary not less than 9120 per annum, exclusive of board and residence. Applications, stating age and qualifications, should be sent before the 1st September next to Mr. RICHD. DAVIES, Clerk to the Governors of Dr. Williams' School, Dolgelley. CARDIGANSHIRE. FARMS TO LET, on the CROSSWOOD ESTATE, From 29th September, 1877 :— Pentredu, in the parish of Lledroa, containing 194 ^Nanthenfoel Fawr, in the parish of Llanfihangel Ystrad, and near Lampeter, containing 350 acres. Apply to Mr. R. GARDINER, Crosswood Estate Office, Birchgrove, and on Mondays at 12, New-street, Aberyst- wyth. TO BE LET, No. 9, Cambrian Terrace, Borth. Furnished, with exception of bedding.—Apply, L. C. JONES, surveyor, Borth, Cardiganshire. O LET, FURNISHED APARTMENTS, by Mrs. OWEN, Meirion House, Penrhyndeudraeth. PLAS MEINI, FESTINIOG. TO BE LET, FURNISHED, from October to May, this commodious newly built residence.—For further particulars, apply to D. LLEWELYN LLOYD, Esq., Plas Meini, Festiniog, R.S.O. ■ ARTHOG.— FURNISHED APARTMENTS, at Bronmeirion, near Barmouth, N.W., two Sitting Rooms and five Bed Rooms.—It is situated within a few minutes' walk of Barmouth Junction. Commands splendid sea and mountain scenery. Reasonable terms.— Apply to Mr. LEWIS MORGAN, Arthog, Dolgelley. FOR SALE, a handsome BAY GELDING, 15-1 high, Four years old, well bred and sound. Price, 50 guineas.—Apply, A.B., Llugwy, Machynlleth. O BE SOLD, a FREEHOLD HOUSE, in the landing street in Aberystwyth, suitable for erecting a first class shop.—Apply to DAVID WILLIAMS, Surveyor, Vulcan Place. BRAICHGOCH SLATE QUARRIES, CORRIS, I MACHYNLLETH. WANTED, a thorough practical MAN, to under- TT take the management of these underground Quarries.—Apply by letter, with references as to previous employment, addressed to the Chairman of the Company. SHEEPWALK TO LET at Ponterwyd, near 0 Aberystwyth, about 400 acres.—For full particulars apply to Captain RICHARD HARVEY, Ponterwyd.— Possession at Michaelmas. IRON SCHOOLROOM FOR SALE, 40 BY 20. ALSO, AN IRON CHURCH, 200 SITTINGS. Apply to S. C. HEMMING and Co., 25, Moorgate- street, London. The only manufacturers who _vvere awarded a medal at the Vienna Exhibition for such build ings. Established 1851. Payments by instalments if re- quired. REGISTRY OFFICE FOR FAMILIES AND SERVANTS AT NOWELL'S FANCY WAREHOUSE, 8, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, Opposite the Infirmary, ABERYSTWYTH. E. & J. JONES, I 'L. ::J- SUMMER CURTAINS in Ecru and White Lace. Early"English Designs. CARPETS, FRENCH CHINTZES, CRETONNES, DIMITIES, &c., in Early English Design. CABINET FURNITURE. One of the Largest Stocks in the pro- vinces to select from. SPECIAL DESIGNS prepared on the premises, and Estimates given for Artistic Furnishing. L | QABINET MANUFACTURERS, ( OSWESTRY. ( OSWESTRY. .u OTQ-D A-NIC OF AVSTRALFA. 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BILLS ON THE COLONIES are negotiated and sent °DEPOSITS ARE RECEIVED, at notice and for fixed .periods on terms which may be ascertained on application. W. R. MEWBURN, Manager. GREAT WESTE,RN RIL\VÅ;Y. ON MONDAY, AUGUST 20TH, Excursion Trains will run as under H„ Ero»- SiJh^SSS. SSSft- n READING, and LONDON, paving Bala at 6.20, Corwen 6.55, Llangollen 7.25, aud Ruabon 10.0 a.m. To re- turn m Friday following. Tickets and bills can be obtained at the Stations. J. GRIERSON, General Manager. Paddksgton Terminus. GUIR FIRE OFFICE, LONDON. ESTAAISHED 1710. .HENRYF. SILlW LEFEVRE, Esq., Chairman and Treasurer. FRANCIS B. BELTON, Esq., Secretary. Total Sum insured in 1876, 2248,980,367. Claims paid during the last ten years upwards of Two MILLIONS STERLING. AH information respecting Fire Insurances may be ob- tained from any of the undermentioned Agents of the Society. Agents:- ABERYSTWYTH Messrs Hugh Hughes and bon. ABERAJJRON Mr Barrett P. Jordan. ABKRDOVF.y, Mr Richard Davies. BARMOUTH Mr Francis C. Rawlings. BRTNTIBION, JJALA Mr Jorwerth Jones. CARDIGAN Mr R. R. Stovey, DOLGELLEY Mr Thomas P. Jones-Parry. LLANDYSSIL Mr John D. Thomas. NEW QUAY Mr John Owen Davies. 2\M,SABN.] Mr. Jeokin Jenkins. SPECIAL NOTICE TO THE READERS OF THE "CAMBRIAN NEWS." GRAND FINE-ART GIFT. THE FINEST AND MOST VALUABLE GIFT EVER OFFERED WILL BE PRESENTED TO EVERY READER OF THIS ISSUE OF THE "CAMBRIAN NEWS." PATRONS. H.R.H. The Princess Louise of Hesse His Grace the Archbishop of Armagh Her Grace the Duchess of Wellington The Right Hon. the Countess of Wilton The Right Hon. the Countess of Milltown The Right Hon. the Earl of Gainsborough The Right Hon. the Earl of Scarborough The Right Hon. the Viscountess Falmouth The Right Hon. the Viscountess Chewton The Right Hon. the Viscountess Stopford The Right Hon. the Viscount Bridport The Right Hon. the Marchioness of Drogheda The Right Hon. the Marchioness of Abergavenny The Lord Bishop of Frederickstown The Right Hon. Lord Portman The Right Hon. Lord Annesley The Right Hon. Lord Sherborne The Right Hon. Lord Dormer The Right Hon. Lord Cawder The Right Hon. Lord Northwick The Right Hon. Lord Lanesborough The Hon. Lady Neave The Hon. Lady Hotham The Lady Hicks Beach The Lady A. Lloyd The Lady Emily Harding The Lady Warren Vernon The Lady Hawkins Whitshed The Lady Cunynghame The Lady Nisbet The Lady Greenale The Lady Tenterden The Lady Robinson The Lady Helen Stewart The Lady King The Lady Fitzgerald The Lady Catherine Allen The Lady Ramsey The Lady Grey-Egerton The Lady Bromley Harriet Lady Vimes The Lady Veraay The Lady Lubbock The Lady L. Howard The Lady Charlotte Heard The Lady Brownrigg The Lady E. C. Clifton The Lady Seale The Lady Wolf The Lady Collier The Lady Napier The Lady Georgiana Creker Lhe Lady Halkett The Lady Florentia Hughes The Lady Legard The Lady Boswell The Lady Edwardes The Lady Frederick Fitzroy The Lady D'Oyley The Lady Bacon Sir G. Fitz Gerald, Bart. Sir Paul Hunter, Bart. Sir Edmund Antrobus, Bart. Sir F. Fowke, Bart. Sir Charles Maclean, Bart. Sir Reginald Barnwell, Bart. Sir Henry Harnage, Bart. Sir E. J. Palmer, Bart. Sir E. Hulse, Bart. Sir H. Beresford Pierse Sir Archdale Palmer, Bart. J. A. Roebuck, M.P., Q.C. EACH READER OF THIS ISSUE OF THE "CAMBRIAN NEWS." Will be entitled to receive from the NATIONAL FINE- ART UNION, 35, Great James Street, London, W.C., a copy (23in. by 17in.) of the Beautiful Steel- Plate Engraving, entitled THE GIPSY QUEEN (COPYRIGHT.) THIS beautiful Picture is from the brush of the JL noted Pingret, and is engraved in a masterly man- ner by the celebrated Francis Holl, R.A. Upon the marble terrace of a Neapolitan palace is The Gipsy Queen, she has just cast off her sandals, and, with bare feet has commenced one of those wild yet graceful dances so peculiar to her race. With her well-rounded arms held aloft, she is vigorously accompanying herself upon a tambourine, while she treads with nimble feet the mazes of the dance. Her rapid gyrations, expressing in their perfect grace what has been so aptly called "The poetry of motion," have cast loose the silken strings that bind the bodice of her picturesque costume and revealed her well-rounded form. The gay colours of her costume are in striking contrast to her rich complexion, her coal- black eye and raven hair. The expression upon her face, as she regards her followers who are seated upon the ter- race, overhung with grapes and foliage, is one of satisfac- tion at their admiration of her dexterity and gracefulness, and which her fascinating beauty, perhaps, in some measure, compels. Stretching out into the Bay of Naples, amongst the most beautiful scenery in the world, is the city of the Padroni—Naples (celebrated in prose and verse, ever since the art of writing was invented), and its beauty and grandeur have lost none of their force in the engraver's hand. Far away in the distance looms the slumbering Volcano, Vesuvius, ready to burst out at a moment's notice, and, with lurid glare, carry desolation into the fair country around. This Picture, combining as it does, the three chief sub- jects of the painter's art, viz. Figures, Sea, and Land- scape, should be in everyone's possession. The following will attest its worth:— August 13th, 1877. Dear Sir,— The Engraving of "THE GIPSY QUEEN" is Copy- right, and has never been sold under the regular price of Two GUINEAS. (Signed) CHARLES GOOLD, Manager. National Fine Art Union, 35, Great James-street, London, W.C. This GRAND PRESENTATION PICTURE will be given to each reader of this issue of the Cambrian Naios who cuts out the Redemption Bond found befow, and sends it to THE NATIONAL FINE ART UNION, 35, GREAT JAMES STREET, LONDON, W.C., together with 16 stamps, or P.O.O. for Is. 3d., payable at the General Post Office, London, E.C., to CHARLES GOOLD, to pay the cost of case, transmission, copyright, and other charges. It will then be sent free to all parts of Great Britain and Ireland, securely packed and warranted to reach its destination uninjured. Cut out this Bond and send it to the National Fine Art Union, 35, Great James Street, London, W.C. CAMBRIAN NETVS. REDEMPTION BOND. This Bond entitles the holder to one copy of the beautiful Steel-Plate Engraving of "THE GIPSY QUEEN," (COPYRIGHT), And must be sent, together with Sixteen Stamps, or Post-office Order for Is. 3d., to NATIONAL FINE-ART UNION. Who will redeem it in the order received. (Signed) 'j NATIONAL FINE-ART UNION, 35, Great James-street, London, W.C. N,!3.—Not available after SEPT. 7TH, 1877. I NOTE THESE INSTRUCTIONS. All must be sent in on or before Sept. 7th, 1S77. rhe Bond must in all cases be sent, otherwise per- sons might reap the benefits intended for the readers of the Camurian N llíáonly. Each copy will be sent securely packed. One copy will be sent for each BOND, and NONE CAN BE SENT WITHOUT ONE, EXCEPT ON THE RECEIPT OF TWO GUINEAS. The Boqd will not again be printed in the CovfiJ.irian News, hence the advisability of at once cut- ting it out and sending it for redemption, as each will be attended to in rotation as received. THE PICTURE IS WELL WORTH HAND- SOMELY FRAMING, AND ITS ARTISTIC MERIT AND INTRINSIC VALUE WILL RENDER IT A DESIRABLE ADDITION TO EVERY HOUSE- HOLD.





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