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RICHARDS & COMPY. LADIES' AND GENT'S HIGH-CLASS Tailors and General Outfitters. BOYS', YOUTHS' AND MEN'S READY-MADE .B13YÁNT!n CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Umbrellas, Caps, Hats, Ties, Collars, Shirts, Pyjamas, Bags, Portmanteaus, Trunks, Carriage Apronsand Travelling Rugs. 4 -6, MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. LADIES' WARM DRESSING GOWNS. AN& Aft A06& I a a S. N. COOKE IS SHOWING A VARIETY OF Warm Dressing Gowns and Dressing Jackets. zn n Ladies' Pure Wool Underwear. Ladies' Flannel and Viyella Niglit Dresses. New Designs in Dinner Blouses, Lace Blouses, Silk Bloutes. Ladies' Viyella Shirts and Delaine Blouses. Winter Hosiery. Kid and Fabric Gloves. Novelties in Art Needlework, Table Covers, Duchesse Sets, Carving Cloths, Tray Cloths, Work Bags, Pillow Cases, &I '-J Sheet Shams and Bed Spreads. 12, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. And at 20. NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM. STFAM SAW MILLS, ABERYSTWYTH. R. ROBERTS and SONS, TIMBER AND SLATE MERCHANTS. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOINERY DONE QUICKLY AND CHEAPLY. CARS' and BOATô' SAILS made on the Premises; also all kinds of SACKS COAL BAGS, &c. ESTIMATES GIVEN. JOBBING DONE. FELLOFS, FOR CART WHEELS, TRAPS, AND OTHER VEHICLES. Leaders in Smart Tailoring.-Fit Guaranteed! N%D-Na BRADLEYS JL GREAT DARKGATE STREET, Aberystwyth. Tailors, Clothiers, and Outfitters. Business Suits to measure, 21/ 25/ 30/ cS16 E^BUSHZKlSSe. E. ROWE & SONS, OXFORD HOUSE, 65, NORTH PARADE, HIGH-CLASS LADIES' & GENTS' TAILORS. COSTUMES from 45/ to 70/. G HINTS' SUITS from 42/ to 75/ New Ranges in DONEGAL TWEEDS. Please Note that we have taken over the Agency for PULLAR'S DYF WORKS. AGENTS FOR PULLAR'S DYE WORKS. W ATKINS, PLUMBER, FAINTEK, ^DECORATOR, &c., CUSTOM HOUSE STREET, WORKSHOP SEA VIEW PLACE, LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPERS ALWAYS IN STOCK. Pattern Books of different makers se nt on application. TELEPHONE 193. Sole Agent for the District for FLUNDJ2LLS PETRIFYING LIQUID. n Every, IAmi ,CoaI I Mine I We ,&%apply 'Only clean docs acit effdffl the Mtoe QoalTtr ■ fturni IS. a.Coat. Ik Is a matter of expero ■ lbca. knowiedgo to know fusa vbere B BiTlnb lb. most -uabAo c.oa) COIPU from. We claim u> hava (aib-11 ered that knowledge, and le boj I anil In a position «o give 700 the I wapply benefit. Let Q8 bamo 0 amwo at '■ trial order—the large order wtuWV OtarHe* ecrtalniy foOom. Any qumOt7,|,l price* bom .y t8IClI IA8d. ,7 '1) 11 r • TREGARON. I 'I EDUCATION. MISS AERONA JONES, 5, BELLE VUE TERRACE, ABERAYRON, accepts music pupils. Her pupils have always done well in the Associated Board Examinations. r787 TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT 13, PIER ST., ABERYSTWYTB DAVID JAMES. Baitings, Ooatinge, Trouserings, &e. it the best fashion and at reasonable prices, Cricketing and Boating Saits made t1 order on the Shortest Notice. 6id. 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