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LOST AND FOUND. LOST. 5s. Reward. A Persian Tabby Cat, three parts grown, named Tu-tu. —Apply for reward to Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth. r783 WANTED. CANDIDATES wanted to trainilas QUEEN'S C NURSES" for districts in Wales. Age 23 and upwards, Welsh -R peaking. -Apply, Supt., 19, Raymond Street, Chester. Also trained nurses (with C.M.B. preferred) willing to become Queen's Nurses. r775 T' O MANURE AND CAKE MERCHANTS. —Gentlemen holding Agencies for the above and with a good connection among Farmers, can add considerably to their income by accepting the Agency for a well-known firm of Seed Growers, whose high class Seeds have an estab- lished reputation of over 100 years.-AI)plv for terms to Royal Seed Growers, Cambrian Newa Office, Aberystwyth. r781 VACANCIES for Pupils desirous of learning Pitman's Shorthand. Private tuition. Terms moderate.—Apply, Evans, 5, St. George's- terrace, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth. r408 ANTED, second-hand single-horse hearse jn good working order.—Send full particulars and price to Lloyd, Glandwr, Llwyngwril. r780 ^ANTED, law clerk accustomed to accounts. VV Apply, Box, No. 740, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. r779 WANTED, after Christmas, Clerk,competent, long and shorthand, also typewriting. —Apply, Percy Wilkinson, Estate Office, Cross- wood, Cardiganshire. r678 YXJANTED, small house on the Cambrian Coast, with gardens *nd stable, near Aber- ystwyth preferred.—Address, Sunnybrae, Pensly- road, Heswall, Cheshire. r744 WANTED, Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Poultry. and Rabbits; also good Berried Holly and Mistletoe, in large and small quantities. -:State particulars to Geo. Simpson, Fruit Merchant, Bury, Lanes. *750 WANTED, good General Servant, must be clean and tidy, and able to cook.— 'T. Samuels, Drapers. Maerdy, Glam. r753 WANTED, experienced Cook-General and House-Parlourmaid.—Apply, with refer- ences, to Mrs Roberts, "The Field," Pontypridd. r718 W ANTED, immediately, lCHAUFFEUR- COACHMAN; private; willing to make him- self generally useful; able to do repairs; total abstainer licence unbroken.—Apply, 735, Cambrian Jfews, Aberystwyth. r725 CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. APPLICATIONS are invited for the tollowing posts :— ABERARTH COUNCIL SCHOOL.— Wanted, Head teacher (Certificated). Salary X85, rising by biennial increments of L-5 to a maximum of flOO (male), and JE75 rising by biennial increments of f5 to a maximum of JE90 AfemaleL) Knowledge of Welsh essential SILIAN CHUKCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL.—Wanted, Headmistress (Certifi. -cated.) Salary, £70 per annum. Knowledge of Weloh esliential. ABERYSTWYTH COUNCIL SCHOOL (Boys' Department.)—Wanted, Male Certifi- cated Teacher. Salary, £80 per annum. (Knowledge of Woodwork desirable.) ABERYSTWYTH COUNCIL SCHOOL iGirU' Department.) Wanted, Female Trained Certificated Teacher. Commencing salary, f70 psr annum. CWMPADARN COUNCIL SCHOOL (Mixed Department.)—Female Certificated Teacher required. Salary, f,65 per annum. Applications on forms, to be obtained from the undersigned on receipt of a stamped-addressed foolscap envelope, should be accompanied by copies of three recent testimonials and should reach me on or before Wednesday, the 21st December, 1910. Canvassing a disqualification. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Education. Aberystwyth, 5th December, 1910. r747 NOTICE. 1") AVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberystwyth,buys any quantity of Scrap,Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Urass. Lead, Zinc, Hemp, and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Sains, Rags, etc. Best prices iven. )477 NOTICE. McILQUHAM'S Aberystwyth, Want Wrought and Cast Iron Scrap, Old Machinery, Brr 88, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ship's Canvas, &c. Good prices ven any quantity. h830 TO BE SOLD. IOR SALE, Cheap, Handcart; 3 Goats (1 -C Billy, 2 Nannies), one good milker; also Corrugated Sheets and Wire Netting.-Applv, E. Thomas, Cwmpadarn, Nr. Aberystwyth. r717 TnOR SALE, near Llanilar. small compact J- Farm, containing about 14 acres of good pasture and arable land.— For particulars, apply Evans, 18a. Highgate-road, London. r716 FOR SALE, Portable Engine, one rack Saw Bench and two Push Benches for sale. Price, jE130 complete. Can be seea at Tregarth Station, near Bangor, N.W.-Apply. J. P. and F. W. Green, Wblttington, Chesterifeld. Y743 FOR SALE, Baby's Long Clothes. Complete outfit; ready for immediate wear—31s. Money refunded willingly if not approved of.- Mrs Williams, 7, Hannah-street, Porth. r758 FOR SALE, Strong Plants of Veronica I. Japonica, bushy, 2ft, thorough hardy for sea-side planting. What offers, singly or per dozen.-Apply, Queen's Gardens, Aberystwyth. r786 "pOR SALE, two pairs of east iron gates for entrances 10 feet wide; also two four-panelled pitch-pine doors 7ft 3in by 4ft 6in by 2iin.—Thomas, Surveyor, Machynlleth. r651 FURS, FURS, FURS, 500 sets only, as below. Long Smoked Grey Throwover, Tails and Paws; Large Muff with Head, Tails and Paws. 15s. 6d. per set. Satisfaction guaranteed or cash refunded.- H. Jenkins, 15, Aylestone Road, Leicester. r564 GROCERY and PROVISIONS.-For Sale as a going concern, an up-to-date business in a Cardigan Bay resort; returns between £ 4,500 and P-5.000 per annum.-Particulars on application to 723. Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. r6'27 KNITTINGS WOOLS for all purposes. All J-X. qualities and shades, samples free. Orders for 2s. fid. and upwards, carriage free.—Tonks s Noted Wool Warehouse, Ashted Row, Birming- ham. r460 ORTI%IADOC. -Boot business to be dis- posed of owing to death old established splendid opportunity to practical man sales and repairs suitable tenant will be met re :flnance. -Apply, Box 20, "Cambrian News Office, Portmadoc. QMART Turnout, Ralli Car, Brown Mare, 10 years, 14 3 set Brass-mounted Harness cheap to goo.1 home .-Apply, H. M. Steel, Talgarth, Mach- ynlleth. r752 QHORTHORN CALVES.—Farmers can have the very best Bulls or Heifers delivered to their nearest stations at very reasonable prices. Bred from large framed, deep milking Cows by Pedigree Sires. Testimonials from all parts of Wales,-Apply, 1. i>. Gill, Highgate, Whitchurch, Salop. q970 TO BE SOLD, Mineral Water Works, old established; no opposition, in rising Health Resort. Rare chance for small capital.-Apply, M.W., Cambrian News Office, Portmadoc. r773 WASTE PAPER.—For Sale, clean news- paper, 3. 6d. per ewt.-Apply. Cambrian Neics Office, Aberystwyth. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several Stacks of H AY, of the growth of 1910, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz :— J Estimated f Est'd STATIONS.} Weight, STATIONS. Wght. Tons. Tons. Fenn's Bank, No ll 5| jst. Harmons 2J No 2i 6 .Rhayader 6j Bettisfield 7} Doldowlod 5 Llansaintffraid a' Trefeinion 5 £ Pool Quay, No 1 8J Caersws 5J „ No? 4 YnyaUB 7 Welshpool No 1 4 Towyn 5J No 2 6 Barmouth Forden 9 Junction 6 Montgomery 3J Pensarn 4 Abermule, No 1 3 Harlech 8 No 2 3 £ Talsarnau 7| Kerry 3 Criccleth 5 Llanidloes No Afonwen 9J Ahererch 9 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to S. WILLIAMSON, Secretary. Oswestry, Ncvember, 1910. TO BE LET. I AB E R Y STWYTfl.-Bulcote, Llanbadara- road immediate possession 2 reception, 6 Bedrooms, bathroom (hot water); south a¡,p'ct facing College Field orchard, garden, drive entrance, perfect sanitation, garage.—Owen, Fronhyfryd, Aberystwyth. r ABERYSTWYTH.—Modern House To Let, 26, Prospect Street; two Reception, six Bedrooms, Kitchen, large Cellar, two W.C.s rent, 918.-Apply, J. J. Humphreys, Coliseum. r730 ABERYSTWYTH.—To Let, No. IS Marine Terrace, immediate possession.—Applv, 40, Great Darkgate Street. r737 ABERYSTWYTH.—To be Let, 47, Bridge- J-L street.-Apply, D. C. Roberts, 10, South Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. c 644 COMFORTABLE well furnished house t" be let in healthiest part of Aberystwyth large garden. -Addresi, 739, "Cambrian NewsOffice. r763 npO LET, No. 41, Cambrian-streets Iwith immediate possession all modern conveniences. Apply, Evans, Builder, Baker-street, Aberystwyth^ r419 T' O LET, with immediate possession, Hafod House. Powell-street.—Apply, Rhondda House, Aberystwyth. r749 TO LET, Bulcote, Llanbadarn-road, two reception, six bedrooms, bathroom, hot water, gas south aspect, facing Recreation Field; lawn. garden, orchard pprfect sanitation garage. —Owen, Fronhyfryd, Aberystwyth. r319 PENGRAIG, LLANDDEINOL. ryx) BE LET, with immediate possession, the X above desirable Farm, conoaining 160 acres of excellent land.—Apply, Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. r729 MISCELLANEOUS. HERBLETS, the great African remedy -'LL-. cures backache, anaemia, gravel, brights dig, ace, rheumatism post free 7Jd, Is —Morrey, Cobden House, Walsall, Established 1885. r748 IQA,QSEUSE (trained) will give Massage in pat;ents' own honses.- Address, Masseuse, Cambrian Neivs Office. Aberystwyth. 1727 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND.—The "Success Pestal Lessons, 12 for 12s. 6d.. cannot he beaten. Failure i m p,)ssi ble. -Dan iel.'Jones, F. I. P.S.,F. Inc,S. T., the well known coach, Neath. r432 APARTMENTS. HOTEL GWALIA, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, LONDON, W.C. CENTRALLY SITUATED (within 5 minutes' walk of Euston Station and 20 minutes from Paddington Station by under- ground to Gower-street Station). 130 Reoms, Luxuriously Furnished. Passenger Lift to all floors. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend- ance, 5s, each person, Telegraphic address: Gwaliatel, London." Telephone 3648 Central. m734 Managing Director, JOHN JENKINS TREGARON. BRYNAWEL TEMPERANCE HOTEL, recently erected In Station-road, healthiest and most convenient part of the town comfortable Apartments or Board residence obtainable at the well appointed and oommodious Establishment large Dining Room where Hot and Cold Lunch, Tea, Coffee, &a., are always procurable. Sunday School Treats and Private Parties catered for. Good Stabling and Store Room for Cyoles on the Premises. Terms moderate. Proprietors D. L. Jones nd Son Auctioneers and Valuers. 126 -NEW- St. David's Hotel, HARLECH. Close to famous Links and Seashore■ Garage, ,/?i svertion Pit, Stables. Billiards■ Excellent cuisine Write for descriptive Booklet. Finest sea and views. q8;;D LIVERPOOL. r.A ,e Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel, MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Cpntral Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage Stop at the Door. Telegrams Shaftesbury Hotel, Liverpool." Homelike and Moderate. Welsh spoken. THE WHITE HOUSE, CAFE AND RESTAURANT, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. HOT DINNERS DAILY. PARTIES CATERED FOR. Accommodation for Cy clists and Commercia rl21 BUSINESS ADDRESSES. TELEGRAMS—OWEN, CONFECTIONERS. NATIONAL TELEPHONE No. 32. ESTABLISHED 1815. OWEN, BAKERS ANDI CONFECTIONERS, CATERERS AND GROCERS, 19-21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH Best Breads Daily. Pastry and Cakes in large variety. Pressed Beef and Cooked Ham. Fresh Eggs and Butter. LUNCHEONS AND TEAS. A large selection ef Christmas Cakes, Crackes, Christmas Novelties, etc. Home-made Plum Puddings,Mince Pies, Home- made Welsh Oat Cakes. BULBS! BULBSII <t W Q J. VEAREY 17, Northyate St., Aberystwyth, Has now in Stock a reliable and genuine variety of Flowering Bulbs FOR AUTUMN PLANTING, And all kinds of seasonable Fruit and Vegetables. OUT FLOWERS of every variety THE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE GREAT DARKGATE STREET. VALUE IN FURNITUE J. LEWIS EVANS, CABINET MANUFACTURER, UPHOLSTERER AND UNDERTAKER, BEGS "to Inform the public that he has'always large Stock of Furniture, etc., made on the premises An inspection invited. Workmanship Guaranteed. SALES BY AUCTION. PENYGRAIG, MINFFOHDD, NEAR PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. MRJOHN PARRY JONES has been i instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, on Monday, the 19th day of December, 1910, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OUT-DOOR EFFECTS, (the property of the late Mrs. E len Williams), comprising 1 Mitking Cow, 1 Fat Pig, Fowls, Hay, Cbaffcitter, Potatoes, etc. Sale to commence 12-30. T-r.ms-Cash. On View Saturday. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer at Penlan, Penrhyndeudraeth. r784 MR. J. PARRY JONES, Auctioneer & Valuer, Undertakes Sales of Land, Stock, Furniture (Antique and Madern), and Valuationis of all Classes of Property. Farming Stock sold at 2 per cent. commission. Other Sales undertaken on favourable terms. Address —PENLAN, PENRHYNDEUDRAETH. Pwllheli visited on Wednesdays at tlte MarketHall u/nd Barmouth. 1672 MR. JOHN PUGH, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Beg3 to announce that he has opened an office in Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, And is prepared to undertake Sales of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, &c-, upon reasonable terms. Strict attention given to all business and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thursdays and by appointment on any other day. Offices-Aberystwyth Great Darkgate Street. Machynlleth Maengwyn Street. BUSINESS! BUSINESS! BUSINESS! All kinds for Disposal and Wanted. FARMS, DAIRIES, LICENSED HOUSES. Send particulars. Distance no Object. All Parts. All Prices. Quick Sales. J. HOWARD GORDON, Auctioneer, Trade Valuer, and Accountant, 33, STOCKWELL ROAD, BRIXTON, LONDON, S.W. (1 Minute from all Brixton Stations.) Call, Wire, Write, or Telephorle; Brixton 985. r498. W. J. PHILLIPS, Auctioneer and Valuer, aberayron, Undertakes to conduct Sales of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, and the Letting of Leases, etc., upon reasonable terl ms. r2 TENDERS. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. rilHIS COMPANY is prepared to 1 restive Tcud<-rs for Forty Tous of BEST OLD CLOVER CHOPPED HA Y to be supplied in bags of 50 lbs or 100 lbs and to be delivered in weekly quantities, as rrquired by the Company, during the twelve months ending 31st December, 1911. The Contractor to find the necessary bags, which will be returned. Samples of the Chop offered should accom- pany Tenders, which,, should provide for delivery into railway trucks at a Cambrian Station and the Station at which delivery would be made should be specified. Sealed Tenders marked" Tender for Chopped Hay" to be received by the undersigned not later than 9 a.m. on 12th instant. S, WILLIAMSON, Secretary. Oswestry, 2nd December, 1910. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. T. RICHARDS, MONUMENTAL MASON, BORTH. Marble Headstones from 97. Slate do. from P,2 Granite Monuments from £10. Quality and Neatness of Work Guaranteed. Estimates Free. Distance no object. r/69 G. WILKJNSON, 8, NORTH PARADE, Fruiterer and Seedsman. BULBS. HYACINTHS. TULIPS. LILIES. CROCUS. SNOWDROPS. VAPORITE, the very beat Insecticide. Kills all pests in the land. Finest Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Daily (j We want everyone who has not yet experienced the delight of owning and 1.5 listening to an EDISON PHONOGRAPH to come to us to-day and hear the Gem Ig model play the new four minute Amberol Records. There is only one way to know how good the Edison Phonogroph is, and n that is see and hear it. Nothing can describe it. LOCAL AGENTS Wheatley & Sons 46, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. ESTABLISHED 1851. SALES BY AUCTION. PARISH OF LLANENGAN. PRELIMINARY" ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. ROBERT PARRY is instructed to Sell by Public Auction, at the Crcwn Hotel, Pwllheli, on WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11th, 1911, all that desirable FREEHOLD FARM known as BWLCH, Llanengan, and Five Cottages, containing by admeasurements 34 Acres. r761 PARISH OF ABBRDARON. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR. ROBERT PARRY is favoured with instructions to Sell by Auc- tion, all that FREEHOLD FARM known as BODERWYDD ISA, Aber- daron, immediately after the Sale of Bwlch. Further particulars in due course. b, Salem-terraoe, Pwllheli. r762 COOKE BROS & ROBERTS, —— F.A.I, Etc., Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. OFFICES :—Old Post Office Chambers, Aber- I ystwytb also at Towyn (Perfeddnant), Bar- mouth, Dolgelley, and Newtown. BUSINESS ADDRESSES. LOWEDT. REGISTERED PLUMBER AND GENERAL DECORATOR, 22, Chalybeate Street, ABERYSTWYTH. Telephone 21 P.O. This Season's Pattern Books sent out immediately on application. The Oldest Billposting Establishment to the Town and District, JOHN LLOYD & SONS, i Town Criers, Billposters and Distributors: Having the largest number of most prominent Posting Stations in all parts of Aberystwyth and District, they are able to take large con- tracts of every description OVER 100 STATIONSIIN THE TOWN:&IDISTRI Official Billposters to the Town and Cocnty Councils, G. W.R. Co., Cambrian Railway Co., the A.I.C., all the Auctioneers of the Town and District, and other public bodies. Address-TR NITY ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. WINTER REQUISITES A large assortment of the following at lowest Cash Store Prices Chest and Back Protectors. Body Belts, in Natural Woof, Flannel, &c. Hot Water Bottles, Rubber & Earthenware. Malt and Cod Liver Oil, lB. 6d. and 2i. 6d. Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, le. and Is. May be had at W THE PHARMACY; 3, BRIDGE STREET. TELEPHONE :—NATIONAL, No. 6. Proprietor:— B4TAYLOR LLOYD, PHARMACIST. THE RHEIDOL BOOT REPAIRING CO. MEN'S SOLE AND HEEL, 2a 9d. LADIES' SOLE AND HEEL, Is 9d. WHY PAY MORE ? Opposite Station, Aberystwyth qllO Mr. R. GARDINER (Late Agent to the Cross wood Estate Valuer, Surveyor, &c., CARADOG ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH PROPERTIES INSPECTED and REPORTED ON. VALUATIONS, ARBITRATIONS, ETC. INSURANCES ARRANGED. j95 NOTICE. REMOVAL TO LARGER PREMISES WYNNE'S UP-TO-DATE Haircutting and Shaving Saloon, FROM No. 2 TO 17, ARCADE, Facing Bath Street. Gent's and Ladies' Toilet Accessories—all up-to-date. Best and Cheapest in the Market. b721 YOUR EYES I MESSRS. L. E. THOMAS & JONES, MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS AND EYESIGHT-TESTING OPTICIANS, of 151 and 153, ALBERT EDWARD ROAD, and HALL LANE, LIVERPOOL, Have arranged for their Consulting Optician iTo visit the following places periodically. ABERYSTWYTH at Messrs Wards, Ltd., Cafe Oriental. ABERDOVEY: at Mr Thomas, Chemist, and at Borth. DOLGELLEY: at Mr H. Morris, Chemist For further particulars write direct. Each applicant will receive a special permit ntitling Lhem to have their eyesight tested free. SPECTACLES SUPPLIED AT MODERATE PRICES. r510 SWARMS OF RATS Quickly quelled by Rodine Rat Poison. Rats can't resist it, eat it greedily, die instantly, dry up, leave no smell, entirely eradicates rats. The swiftest and most deadly rat killer. 6d., Is., 2R., 8s., 5s. Post 2d. HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agents:—E. P. Wynne, Chemist, Aberyst- wyth; R. Evans, Chemist, La- ater; T. Jones, Chemist. Tregaron; D. M. Evans, M.P.S., C.D.S.A., Chemist and Optician, The Pharmacy, Towyn. PUBLIC NOTICES. THE BOARD OF CONSERVATORS FOR THE DOVEY, &c FISHERY DISTRICT. ANNUA L E LECTION OF REPRESENTATIVE MEMBER. I HEREBY CERTIFY that Mr. Wil- liam Vaughan Thomas, of Aberdovey, Chemist, has been elected for the ensuing year. Dated this 9th of December, 1910. R. NORTON. Chairman of the Board and Returning r774 Officer for the Election. THE FISHERY DISTRICT OF TH E RIVER DEE AND ITS TRIBUTARIES. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. AT A MEETING of the Merioneth County Council held at Ba!a in the said County, on the fint day of December, 1910, the following gentlemen were appointed Conserva tors of the River Dee Fishery District pursuant to the 15th section of the Salmon Fishery Act, 1865, namely Horatio E Walker, Esq., Corwen. R. D. Roberts, Esq., Bronygraig, Corwen. J. W. Roberts, Esq., Berwynfa, Bala. Mr. W. O. William*, The Stores, Corwen. Mr. W. J. Stansfield, Meirion House, Corwen. Mr. Moses Roberts, High Street, Bala. DAVID BREESE. Clerk of the Merioneth County Council. Portmadoc, 12th December, 1910, r785 BUSINESS ADDRESSES. Telegraphic Address—' Saycell, Aberystwyth.' Telephone-No. 019C Nat. Warwick House, Great Darkgate Street (Opposite the General Post Office), Aberystwyth. SAYCELL & Co., FISH, GAME, AND POULTRY, DEALERS. J. ELIAS & SONS, BILLPOSTERS, Pwllheli, Criccieth. & Portmadoc Districts. PROMPT ATTENTION given to all orders. Over 2,000 feet of Hoardings available in the district. r254 GARDEN SEEDS! FLOWER SEEDS? R. ROBERTS, YNYSLAS HOUSE, NORTHGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Has now in Stock^ quantity NEW SEEDS, Including a grandiselection of SWEET PEAS & SEED POTATOES. Also all kinds of Seasonable Fruits AND Fresh Vegetables k 119 COUGH MIXTURE TRY ROBER1 ELLISS COUGH MIXTURE AND CREST TONIC. NOTE THE ADDRESS- ROBERT ELLIS, CHEMIST, Terrace Rd. Aberystwyth CHRISTMAS. WARD & CO., LTD., Cafe Oriental and 38, Great Darkgate Street, ABERYSTWYTH, Wish to announce that they have a larga and varied Assortment of T-Able Decoration, Crackers, Bonbons, Christmas Cakes, and I Novelties at all Prices equal to any London Store. We are also open to cater for Dinners, Ball Suppers, Banquets, etc. Distance no object. Estimates Free. CELEBRATED BRIDE CAKE MAKERS. EVAN SIMON, General Tailor, TV oollen Draper, &c., Post Office, LLANBADARN FAWR. Every Description"of Gentlemen's Clothing on the most reasonable terms. Breeches and Liveries of all kinds. Mourning Suits, &c., &c. ALL PRICES CHARGED ARE THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FOR GOOD QUALITY & FIRS T RATE WORKMANSHIP. PUBLIC NOTICES. 1910. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. CHRISTMAS MARKET. THE MAYOR OF ABERYSTWYTH JL begs to state for th information of the Inhabitants of the Borough and Neighbourhood that the Aberystwyth Christmas Market this year will be held on THURSDAY, DEC EMBER 22nd, 1910. BANK HOLIDAY. Monday, the 26th, and Tuesday, the 27th December, 1910, will be respectively observed as Bank Holiday. By Order. Town Clerk's Office, 12th December, 1910 NOTICE OF AUDIT. LLANDYSSUL RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that _i_i the Half-yearly ^Statements of toe Accounts of this Rural District Council for the half-year ended the 30th September, 191IJ, together with the respective Books of Account, will, on the twenty-ninth day of December, 1910, be deposited at 12, Lincoln-streer, Llan- dyssul, and such Statements and Books of Account will be open to b) inspected, ex- amined, and copied by any Ratepayer in the District of the said Council, at any reasonable hour in the daytime when the Council is not sitting, until the sixth day of January, 1911, and that on the last-mentioned day, at the hour of eleven in tne forenoon, the Accounts of the said Rural District Council will be audited by J. E. Pughe-Jones, Esq, the District Auditor, at the Board Room, Uuion Workhouse, New- castle Emlyn, when and where every such Ratepayer who may hat e any objection to any matter contained in the above-mentioned Accounts may attend and prefer his objection, and the same will be heara and determined by the Auditor. Dated the 13:h day of December, 1910. JOHN EVANS, Clerk to the Llandyssul Rural District Council. r782 "MEIRONETH QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Merioneth will be held in the County Hall at Dol- gelley, in the said County, on Tuesday, the 3rd day of January, 1911, at 10.60 a.m. when the Grand and Petty Jurors will be called and the Court will proceed to hear and determine all matters brought before tfliem in the following order :-1.-1n the trial of prisoners. 2.— In the hearing of appeals. 3.-111 hear- ing motions and in the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the Court. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that all Grand and Petty Jurors, all persons bound by recognizance to prosecute and give evidence or surrender in discharge of their bailj and all appel- lants, respondents and their witnesses, all persons bound by recognizance to any civil proceeding are to a-T)pear and be in attendance at tflie time and place aforesaid. Appeals to be heard must be entered with me not later than two o'clock in the afternoon of the day pre- ceding the Sessions. Dated this 10th day of December, 1910. DAVID BREESEt, Clerk of the Peace. r770 COUNTY OF MERIONETH. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Standing Joint Committee of Quarter Sessions and County Council under Sec- tion 30 of the above Act will be held in the Countv Hall, Dolgelley, in the said County on Tuesday, the 3rd day of Janu- ary, 1911, at the hour of half-past ten o'clock in the forenoon, when the Com- mittee will proceed to the consideration of the business relating to the application or management of the County Stock or I Rate within the jurisdiction of tA.e Com- mittee under Sub-Section 3 of Section 30 'of the said Act, and all persons having any demand against the Committee are requested to forward particulars thereof in writing to the County Treasurer at Dolgelley on or before the 31st day ot Dated* this 10th day of December, 1910. Dated DAVID Clerk to the said Committee. Till UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President- The Right Hon. LORD RENDEL. Principal— T F. ROBERTS. M.A., (Oxon), LL.D. • (Vict.). Ol TUDENTS are prepared for Degrees O in Arts, Science (including the ap- plied Science of Agriculture), Law. and Music. Sessional Composition Fee, £ 10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, £ 1. Men students reside in registered lodg- ings in the 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 fall particulars respecting the General Avts and Science Departments, the Law, Agri- culture and Day Training Departments, I the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DA VIES, M.A., Registrar. H. P. EDWARDS & SON, 84, Great Darkgate St., Aberystwyth, WISH TO DRAW THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO THEIR CAREFULLY SELECTED STOCK OF MEAT Being bred by some of the best Feeders, they can guarantee the quality t3 be the Z!5 VERY BEST, viz- CATTLE 2 Shorthorn Heifers, bred and fed by J. C. Harford, Esq., Falcondale. 2 Prime Heifers, bred and fed by Mr J. James, Aberewmdole. 8 1st prize Hereford Steers and Shorthorn Heifers from Oswestry Fat Stock Sale. PIGS Bacon Pigs and Porkers bred and fed by Mr Isaac Jones, Cefnllwynpiod, and Mrs Pugh Benglog. I SHEEP 10 Prime" "Welsh Wethers bred and fed by Sir Edward Pryse, Bart., Gogerddan. 10 Prime Welsh Wethers bred and fed by T. J. Waddingham, Esq., Hafod. 10 Prime Welsh Wethers bred and fed by Mr J. B. Morgan, Glanfread. 6 Prime Welsh Wethers bred and fed by Mr D. Jones, Elgar, winners of first prize at Talybont Show, 1910. 6 Prime Welsh Wethers bred and fed by Mr T. Jones, Moelglomen, winners of first prizes at Talybont and Machynlleth, 1901)10. Show on Monday & every day during Xmas Week ~l~1 p "TT1 & SON wish to thank the public for all past favours, and hope to be once XI. JT. JJJ. again favoured, as they can as usual take the very LOWEST MARKET PRICES, and the Stock is cf nice marketable weights. r778 I "T PUBLIC NOTICES. CRICCIETH URBAN DISTRICT. — PUBLIC HEALTH ACTS AMENDMENT ACT, 1907. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Local Government Board have issued an Order declaring certain provisions of the above mentioned Act to be in force in the Urban District, of Criccieth, and the following is a copy of such Order, viz. "To the Urban District Council of Criccieth and to all others whom it may concern. WHEREAS the Urban District Council of Criccieth (herein after referred to as "the Local Authority ") have, in pursuance of Section 3 of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1907 (herein-after referred to as the Act of 1907 "), applied to Us, the Local Government Board, to declare certain Parts and Sections of the Act of 1907 to be in force in the Urban District of Criccieth (herein-after referred to as the District"): And whereas proof has been given to Our satisfaction of the advertisement required by sub- section (2) of Section 3 of the Act of 1907, and at least one month has elapsed after the date of that advertisement: NOW THEREFORE, in the exercise of Our powers in that behalf, We by this Order, Deciare, Specify, and Direct as follows that is to say ARTICLE I.—(1) On and after the day on which this Order comes into eperation, Sections 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, and 33, comprised in Part II. f Sections 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42. 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, and 51, comprised in Part III. e Sections 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 5S, 59, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, and 6t>, comprisfd in Part IV. Part VI. and Part X. of the Act of 1907 shall be in force in the District. n.- <?>, Wh0re° Section to whi°h reference is made in the Srst column of the Fir.it Schedule to A !• i j 18 S,ectlon comprised in Part VI., or is one of the Sections by sub-division (1) of this Article ^scribed as comprised in Part II., Part III., or Part IV. and declared to be iu forcc, the ec Jon s a. be in force iu the District subject to the following conditions and adaptations; that is to say,- Unlefs and until We, by a further Order made on such application and after compliance with such requirements as are described and set forth in Section 3 of the Act of 1907, other- wise Declare, Specify, and Direct, the said Section, in its application to the District and in AnVhnrit eX![0fc0f -the Powe" and to the discharge of the duties of the Local Authority under that Section, shall have effect as if the words and figures set forth in the second column of the said Schedule opposite to the reference to that Section in the first column of that Schedule were added to and formed part of the Section. ^fTi°LE»u °.n and after thfi doy 0D which this 0rder cnmes into operation, the Local in th-, C° UT1' o uhI ^e°Td Schedale t0 this Order shall, to the extent sp9Cified /o» tou column of that Schedule, be no longer in force in the District. S, «««*»•?» a L°cal Act. other than the enactment specified in the Second pSmln* J « clODta,n8 provision* which alter, amend, apply, or otherwise relate to the enactment so specified, those provisions, to the extent to which they are inconsistent with any I)lstdct.0r t0 11 Artide L of this Order applies, shall be™ longer in force in the ARTRCLE III,-Within the period of three weeks immediately following the date of this nrHpr'r>0r' T!?10? tbe circumstances so require, within such later period as We by Mme6' Autbor,ty shall cause this Order to be published by advertising the same onct. at least in one or more of the newspapers circulating in the District and shall also cause a statement of the effect of this Order to be published in the Londo "oaStte nn»H?TICLE/ • -Jhl8,0r,der come int0 °Perati°n on the Twenty-third day of January, One thousand nine hundred and eleven. SCHEDULES. FIRST SCHEDULE. Parts and Sections. I Conditions and Adaptations. L 2. Part II. Section Twenty-five The power of making or enforcing byelaws under i-ection one hundred and fifty-seven of the Public Health Act, 1875, as extended by section twenty- three of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1S90, with respect to the paving of yard* and open spaces in connection with dwelliug-houses, shall cease to be exerciseable." Section Twenty seven (7) Nothing in thi.3 section shall apply to any ttmporajy building erected or set up for us-i by the Territorial Force. Section Thirty Nothing in this section shall apply to any wall or other structure in so far as the same is used either for the support of any street or public footpath, or for the protection of any such street or footpath from damage or obstruction by reason of tba surface of the street cr footpath being above or below -the level of the surface of the adjoining land." J s Part IN.— Section Thirty-five Nothing in this section shall render a person liable to a penalty in respect of a nuisance in relation to the placing or construction cf any such cistern as is described in thie section, where the cistern has been so placed or constructed as to comply "with any byelaw; of the local authority in as is described in this section, where the cistern has been so placed or constructed as to comply with any byelaw of the local authority in "force in the district, unless the local authority can show tlut the said person has received and rejected their offer to bear one-half of the expenses of all necessary work of alteration or new construction. This section, so far as it relates to the deposit of material, shall have effect subject to the first proviso to section ninety-one cf the Public Health Act, 1875. 'l^e'aWS made 'n Pursuance of section sixteen of the Local Government Act, 1888, for the prevention acd suppression of nuisances shall not, in relation to any subject-matter of this section, be of any force or effect within the district." Section Thirty-eight Nothing in this section shall prejudicially affóct any power or right extrjiseable by cr attaching to an owner or occupier of premises by virtue of section twenty-two of the Public Health Act, 1875 or | of section eighteen of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1890." Part IV.— Section Fifty-Dine (6) Nothing in this section shall apply to a public or circulating library which is not within the district." Part VI.— Section Seventy-six (5) In any case in which, I y vhtuc of an enactment in a Local Act in force in the district, the local II authority are empowered to pay or contribute toward-i the payment of a band to perform in a public park or pleasure ground no effect shall, II so long as the local authority retain that power, be given to paragraph (d) of sub-section (1) of this section, in relation to that park or ground." (6) Nothing in this section in relation to the powers I c. of the local authority shall prejudicially affect any prohibition or restriction which applies, by virtue of any enactment, with respect to a public park or pleasure ground. SECOND SCHEDULE. < LOCAL ACT. Short Title. I Extent of Repeal. L 2. The Criccieth Water and Im- Section 51; so far as the section relates to any i provement Act, 1903. subject matter of section 76 cf the Act of 1907. Given under the Seal of Office of the Local Governmeut Board, thia Seventh day of December, in the year One thousand nine hundred and ten. WALTER T. JERRED, Assistant Secretary. L. S. JOHN BURNS, President. DATED this 10th day of December, 1910. THOMAS JONES, C erk to the Council. Town Hall, Criccieth. r772 Do you know that where to get your SMOKING REQUISITES And well groomed and smart attention is at J. LEVENSON THE HIGH-CLASS 'TOBACCONIST AND HAIRDRESSER, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. A Speciality 5d, 6d and 7d Mixtures also his famous Nc. F V. Brand Cigaiettes 38 6d per 100, Post Free. i597 READER! HAVE YOU READ "BEN ROLANT," THE POPULAR WELSH NOVEL, Of all Aberystwyth Booksellers 2/6 net 1 22 M TT,JDRY s r E..A. L.L4 j 1., ABERYSTWYTH. — B. TO"N E S — BFGS to inform his nurssrous Oufil jmers that U wing to the increase of busineEe he ha put down additional NEW AND MODERN MACHINERY Do enable him to execute all orders with promptl- neffe and despatch, and hopes to still snerit yonr esteemed patronage and support, HOTELS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS SPECIALLY CATERRI) FOR. SllIRTS AXD COLL AXIS A bPECIALHT. All Goods Collected and Delivered k-ree of Charge. Seed a Poataard and the Viti will call Particulars anci Prices on application. NOW SHOWING AT GYDE'S PIER STREET, A VARIETY OF Xmas & New Year Photo Mountsl Specially selected for the Christmas Season. E. R. GYDE, | °22—2 £ PIER STREET, Aberyslwylh-