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SALES by auction. ^■ELSHPuuL ttiiiliiJb iELl». -SRs morris Marshall and foole hold their NEXT SALE OF • hA^ AND STORE STOCK I \i 0F ALJj CLASSES> 4 0 X D A Y NEXT, M A Y I 8 t H Further Entries Solicited. jT„ cpes Of ^oocl GRASS KEEP I I>A v 0N Ti!K I Win b DY FARM AND vayxOR PARK, bj Auction, in convenient lof.s, by SRs. morris, Marshall, & poole, o at the I'albot Inn, Berriew, | ^t6\ TXJE3DAY ^'KXT, MAY 19th, I ° c^0c'k in the evening (hy order of Major I f^'th Corbett-Winder). lo1eer8?r Particulars on application to the Auc- 0r Mr. E. Lloyd, The Rectorv, Berriew. %Io~— PROPERTY. MONTGOMERY. T0Wv; AND LICENSED INN IN THE OF WELSHPOOL. TttT° be Sold by Auction, bv Ml 1 Ho Mas MORRIS, at the Royal Oak At- FftTr^ Hotel, Welshpool, I V^ro' i Y' THE 22nd uay 0F MAY' 1896' I rS,aHd iQ the afternoon, in the following Ij> 1 to conditions to bethen declared :— |#h5> Callpi that well-accustomed fullv-licensed 5 UPPH" PHEASANT," situate St 'Ui street, near the Market tfS, e °entre of the town of Welshpool, with Ilo °r s'xteen horses, Yard, Brewhouse, Out- i and other appurtenances thereunto be- e It Or som yenrs past in the occupation of W r^^omas Parry, wlio carried on a large >WS re busi ness thereon, and for which the ell adapted. i e Sto .faser ^J's vvi11 be required to take ^8in 'ln-Trade, Brewery utensils, and appli- Jv 2 about the premises at a valuation. T pnTi that Messuage, Dwelling-house, and I ^Shin d "THE DINGLE," situate in the I y^iuia Trewern, in the parish of Buttington, f ^C^20a.lr.38p., or thereabouts, and situate j tn:"e of Middletown Station, on the and Welshpool Railway, and now in | ^j^.on Mr. John Jones as yearly tenant. ^t, }. *8 °f excellent quality, with a southern I a va'ua'3'e Quarry of stone on the pre- I ha •t^le buildings are ic a good state of 0119 been recentJy re-built. Water is house by a service of pipes. thr'11 roa(^ rt'om Welshpool to Shrewsbury sirt L gh the Pr°Pert-y> and is bounded on the t}^ sD^e hy lands belonging to Earl Powis, and the He ^foun d I n g o w ners are Mr. John Brown, Mr. kS .(?°'°^1 Corbett, and Mr. J. Middle. Wwn as '^TYNiT4 \t'»D^elliag'llOUSe' a°d i i /NLLAN, situate in the parish i6 an' ,ln county of Montgomery, estimation 35a. Or. 26p., according n Uiv and now in the occupation i> Pf0h Navies as yearly tenant. (Ule eJ"j)p is bounded by lands belonging to ^ait, *t Beck and Mr. James Barker; also by to'heb.0^ from New Mills to Llanwyddelan, -^biew. j fv Oculars mav be obtained as to Lots ?»* Mr. J. E.'Poundley, Land Agent, j? as to all the Lots from the Auctioneer; j typir," Edward Jones, solicitor, 18, Severn I sl,pool. Ttr A'so> at same place, C0K ^te?SMAS MORRIS will Offer by Auction, W ^CHl rSfabove Sale, ELEVEN FREEHOLD W o«» t»uWELLING-HOUSES, situate at Salop I ^]y eXpe6 Road, Welshpool. With C°^a!?Ct'eaall^i;are ^1S ProPerty would beconsider- of va'nei an(i there is a demand for Ix tv^aki "is description. The front premises • a Sh°P- Vtrar(jar^eu'ars fr°m the Auctioneer; or from J "^v^Pool. 0nes, Solicitor. 18, Severn Street, I UM^E" 1,000 H0ro°YD's «HEAT NORTH WALES | SALES AT WREXHAM. ^lOtKeSc]a^ W i £ 4° in Prizes- I ^6rth 'a5d'n e°nesday, and Thursday, June 9th, to es<3ay for Light Horses; and aria,n^ Thursday, 17th and 18th, for Heavy Colts. ^e8t ^rpat Quarterly Sale, will be one | &o|,j uHng the year. The Light Horses I Week before Ascot, it is expected a I'K ^trje r„0^ London buyers will be present. List BaHy Close Thursday, May 21st I ts a, Forms, FRANK LLOYD, Wrpxlmm. I w L. LEWIS, AL AND GENERAL MASONRY I WTORKS, I 0p ROAD, OSWESTRY. I ht notice. I Williams & Son ,KT°B ACC° NISTS, I ■f>XPTr'^1^ in the County of 1 ES' POJCHES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, 4t T ery requisite for the Smoker. Tjjj, Leading brands in stock. .3 & 1 NOTE THE ADDRESS: 'f^HURCH STREET, j Pposite the Bull Hotel,) • WELSHPOOL. I 01U e —— f 8 f°f the Celebrated L N PIPE, and l( T } & SONS' TOBACCO'S. .i'^§?ADET;1 Vv ^1 rERJ)EC0RAT0R'&C i ^tGs „ OSWESTRY, 0rfnll? to return tlianks to the I ISt^y tu^ P^ron-fd1 tl'i ?nd PuP''c generally fori l,1% \i at has&° 'nS the past 34 years, and 9, Kone to considerable expense in I XFE-SL ON?' F0DK JAPANNISK I °ll^llUanpp0 »ra,te charges, to be favoured Dce of the same. I LkRC-E: STOCK OF GINGS IN THE NEWEST 1^ designs, °n }land, at Moderate Prices. SALES BY AUCTION. WHITFIELD'S OLD ESTABLISHED WEEKLY AUCTIONS For all classes of FAT, DAIRY, AND STORE STOCK IN THE OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD. FOUR REGULAR SALESMEN" IN CHARGE OF SEPARATE DEPARTMENTS. T. WHITFIELD, SEN.—DAIRY CATTLB. T. WHITFIELD, JUN.—FAT CATTLE. G. WHITFIELD—SHEEP AXD CALVES. E. WHITFIELD—PIGS AND STORE CATTLE. Sales commencing at 10 30. Settlements as soon as the Stock is Sold. OFFICES Willow House, Oswestry. OSWESTRY SMITHFIELD. EARLY ENTRIES of Prime Fat Cattle, Sheep, -*J Lambs, and Calv s to meet the extra demand for Whit-week are invited for the sale on WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 20TH. Particulars should be sent in at once so that Butchers and the trade may be advised. Fat Stock Sales at 10-45. WHITFIELD & SON. Willow Street, Oswestry. WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 20th. SPECIAL SPRING SALE OF 40 SHORTHORN AND HEREFORD BULLS. 250 STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE. 400 SHROPSHIRE, CLUN, & WELSH COUPLES In the Oswestry Smithfield. WHITFIELD & SON. Willow Street, Oswestry. CHIRBURY. FORESTERS' ANNIVERSARY WEDNESDAY, 24TH JUNE, 1896. ATHLETIC SPORTS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. Programme of Evants, and all other information may be obtained on application to E. W. TUDOR, Hon. Sec. of the Sports Committee. SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MAY 16TH & 17TH. BRIGADIER HOWE, STAFF CAPTAIN BKTTBBIDOE, STAFF-CAlPTAIN BYER8, AND CAPTAIN FRENCH WILL ADDRESS MEETINGS AT THE SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS, At 1 p.m. TO-DAY (SATURDAY), And at 7 a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m. and 6-30 p.m. TO-MORROW (SUNDAY). GROES CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL. A BAZAAR Will be held in a MARQUEE AT THE GROES, GUILSFIELD, ON THURSDAY, JUNE 4TH, 1896. THE BAZAAR WILL BE OPENED At Two o'clock by MRS. HUMPHREYS-OWEN, G L A N S E V E R N. ADMISSION, TO INCLUDE TEA, Is. Proceeds will be given to clear off the Chapel Debt. The Committee will be obliged for any Donations, which may be sent to MRS. JONES, Yarchocl, President. MRS. GRIFFITHS, Vronheulog, Treasurer. MISS JONES, Broniarth, Welshpool, Secretary. LAKE VYRNWY. WHIT-MONDAY OPEN BICYCLE RACES. Course 14 miles round lake. Ten to start i u each race. Also Race for Ladies, half the distance. A prize of £1 to Winners in each race. Meet at dam at 11 a.m. Entrance Fee to include Luncheon 5s for gentle- men, 2s 6d for Ladies. Date of Hntry 20th inst., to ROBERT JONES, Penybontfawr, Oswestry. PARK HALL, OSWESTRY, WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 2;)TH, 189G. A GRAND FETE Will be held in the BEAUTIFUL GROUNDS AT PARK HALL, OSWESTRY, (By kind permission of Mr.& Mrs. A. Wynne Corric) ON BANK HOLIDAY, MAY 25TII, 1896. The Programme will inclndc AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS (Under A.A.A. and N.C.U. Rules) Eutries duse, Tuesday, May 19th. GRAND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT By 12 Artistes. Two Performances—Afternoon and Evening. G R A N D f LI T A R Y L E A P I N G COMPETtTtON. Band of the 2nd V.B. Shropshire Light Infantry B1 (Oswestry) Company, (By permission of Captain Bull). DANCING in a large Marquee, on a Boarded Floor. i%lr. 11. BAND. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS By Messrs. Wilders, Birmingham. The Grounds will be open at One o'ciock, and close at 9 15 p.m. Admission on Day—One Shilling. Tickets Ninepence each if purchased on or before Saturday, May 23rd. For Train arrangements see small bills. G. A. DOODY, 1 Joint J. BOLTON, J Hon. Sees. A DDRESSES. JONES & SONS, THE SHROPSHIRE SEED ESTABLISHMENT, SHREWSBURY, m OFFER SPECIAL PRIZES, value £25, FOR COMPETITION AT FLOWER SHOWS IN 1896, INCLUDING WELSHPOOL,. NEWTOWN, KERRY, AND MACHYNLLETH. Send for Particulars Free. AT WELSHPOOL MARKET HALL ON MONDAYS. AT NEWTOWN MARKET HALL ON TUESDAYS. TOWYN-ON-SEA. AND MERIONETH COUNTY TIMES A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER FOR MERIONETHSHIRE. EVERY THURSDAY. ONE PENNY. ♦ Full and Impartial Reports of all Local Events. General News. Markets. Notes. A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM. PUBLISHERS SALTER & ROWLANDS, WELSHPOOL. F. C. PREECE, Practical Hairdresser, Perfumer, AND Ornamental Hairworker, OSWALD ROAD, OSWESTRY CHARLES DREW, IMPORTER OF WINES AND SPIRITS, Wholesale Bottler of Messrs. BASS & CO'S INDIA PALE ALE, GUINNESS AND CO'S .EXTRA STOUT (Under Guarantee to Bottle Messrs Guinness's Extra Stout only with their Trade Label), FINEST CHAMPAGNE CIDER, &c., also MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURER. WORKS-KING STREET. ALL THE MINERAL WATERS ARE PRE- PARED FROM PURE SPRING ARTESIAN WELL WATER (the only Artesian Well boring in Oswestry) PUT UP GORKED BOTTLES, PATENT STOPPERED BOTTLES, AND SYPHONS. THE LATEST KIND OF MACHINERY HAS BEEN INTRODUCED IN THE FACTORY, AND THE GREATEST CARE TAKEN TO ENSURE. THE PURITY OF THE VARIOUS BEVERAGES, ALL OF WHICH ARE OF HIGH-CLASS MANUFACTURE. CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS OF WATER FROM WELL OVER 200 FEET DEEP. 11 and 12, Great Tower Street, London, E.C., August 26, 1895. A sample of the Well-Water used by Mr. Charles Drew, Oswestry, has been submitted to very care- ful chemical analysis in this Laboratory, and I find it to be a water of excellent composition and quality, bright and sparkling in appearance, and free from turbidity or deposit. It is particularly palatable to the taste, and I consider it to be well adapted fur use in the pro- duction of superior Aerated Beverages and Mineral Waters generally. GRANVILLE H. SHARPE, F.C.S., &c., Analyst, Late Principal of the Liverpool College of Chemistry." TO BE OBTAINED OF ALL LICENSED HOUSES AND RESTAURANTS. Price List forwarded on Application. All Orders will receive every Care, Attention, and Prompt Delivery. CHARLES DREW, Agent for Messrs. Bass aiul Co.'s Burton Ales in Casks, 45, Church-street, Oswestry. HERBERT JONES, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE NOW ON. H.J., having disposed of his business to Mr. Cranage, is now offering at COST MICE FOR CASH A 'lUANTlTV OF WATCHES, CLOCKS, AND ELECTRO PLATE All Watches Warranted for One, Two, or Three Years. CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. NOTE THE ADDRESS— 15, HIGH ST., NEWTOWN. (1. G. HIGH AM, GUN MANUFACTURER. FISHING ROD AND TACKLE MAKER AND CUTLER, "v T A N C-YCLE AGENT AND KEPAIKEE. BICYCLES FOR SALE OR HIRE. Pneumatics (Double Tube Detachable Tyres) from £8 i0 Ladies' from X9 10s. RIDING TAUGHT FREE to all Purchasers. REPAIRS of every description. SPECIALITIES IN FISHING TACKLE- GREENHE ART FLY RODS, two tops, in bag 10/6. SPLIT CANE FLY RODS, 15/- each. SPORTING GOODS DEPOT 20, BERRIEW ST., WELSHPOOL; 3, BAILEY STREET, OSWESTRY. TUITION. -+- WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL Preparation for the UNIVERSITY LOCALS, PRECEPTORS PUBLIC SCHOOLS, SHORTHAND CERTIFICATE AND CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. Over 70 passes during the last five years in above examinations. 12 Shorthand Certificates gaired since 1893. Comfortable home for boarders. Moderate Terms. CAMBRIDGE LOCALS—ALL PASSED. HONOURS. RESIDENT MASTER, UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. Cambridge Local Examination Class now forming. T. F. HILES, Head Master. THE COLLEGE, QUEEN'S PARK, OSWESTRY. THE MISSES HOULT (CASTLE BurLorxas) BEG to thank their Friends for their kind support, and have much pleasure in stating that the AUTUMN TERM will commence in their NEW RESIDENCE, QUEEN'S PARK, Which is in every way admirably adapted for Educational Purposes, having large and lofty Schoolrooms, and Dormitories, and Tennis Court. The MISSES HOULT are assisted by Resident English and Foreign GOVERNESSES, and visiting PROFESSORS. Preparation for Oxford Local College of Precep- tors, and Music Examinations. Home Comforts and Careful Training. TERMS MODERATE. The next TERM commences JANUARY 22xD. ABERYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOUNDED 1812. A HIGH-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FORBOYS. HEAD MASTER: R. A. POPE, M.A., Formerly Classical Scholar of Sidney Sussex College, Cambiidge; and Assistant Master at Shrewsbury Scliool. For Prospectus, &c., tipply to THE HEADMASTER, JASPER HOUSE. CLEVELAND fiOUSE SCHOOL WELSHPOOL, FOR YOUNG LADIES. Pupils receive a sound and thorough Education at Moderate Charges. Happy home for Boarders. Also a CLASS FOR LITTLE BOYS. PROSPECTCSKS ox APPLICATION TO THE MISSES DAWSON. OSWESTRY GRAMMAR SCHOOL (1407). MR. G. COBLEY, Senior Assistant Master receives 25 Boarders in lii8 hOUse. There are a few VACANCIES for next Term. Terms Moderate. Prospectus on application. LLORAN HOUSE, OSWESTRY. MACHYNLLETH COUNTY INTERMEDtATE SCHOOL. SCHOOL RE-OPENS MAY 5, 1896. Head Master: MR. H. H. MEYLER, M.A., 0NON. Assistant Master: MR. ALBERT WATSON, B.A., CANTAB. Assistant Mistress MISS FLORENCE WHITE, Late Scholar of the Royal Hollovvay College, EhaD1. TEN SCHOLARSHIPS Will be offered for Competition for Children in Elementary Schools and others; also, Bursaries sufficient to cover the estimated expenses of travelling to and from school. Children who have passed Standard 5 are eligible for admission without examination EXAMINATION for Scholarsbi PE; and also for Admission, will be held at the Intermediate School, Machynlleth, on the 18th day of JDLY, at 10 a.m. SUBJECTS for Scholarships Examinations as follows:—Reading, Writing, Arith nietic English Grammar, Geography (England and Wales). ° Optional subjects English History and Welsh (translation). Application to be sent in to the Clerk on or before the 11th day of July, 1896. Forms obtained from JOHN ROWLANDS, Solicitor, MachYnnth 29th April, 1896. Clerk to the Governors. THOMAS FARBT Son of the late James Farr, of Salop Road COACH BUILDER, SEVERN STREET, WELSHPOOL. J. H. ANDERSON, CABINET MAKER & UPHOLSTERER, 26 BROAD STREET, AXr) 9, BERRIEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. HOUSES COMPLETELY PURNISHED AT WHOLESALE PRICES. DINING, DRAWING, & BEDROOM SUITES, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Spring, Ilair, &- Flock Mattresses, Feather Beds, &c. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR. EYERY DRSCRIpTION OF CABINET WORK. FUNERALS F U K NIg H E D. FURNITURE REMOVED & STORED. Removal to all parts—Estimates Free. The largest and Best-constructed Furniture Van o Obtainable. STORING WAREHOUSE 9, BERRIEW STREET, WELSHPOOL. I HOTELS. WATERLOO HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH.—This First-class Family and Commercial PlliYATE T T HOTEL and Boarding House is situate in the centre of the Esplanade, and commands an unbroken sea front. The House has recently been enlarged and re-furnished, and possesses every modern improvement, making-it one of the most comfortable Hotels on the Welsh Coast. PRIVATE BRAKES LEAVE THE HOTEL DAILY TO ALL PLACES OF INTEREST. TERMS MODFRATF. A. E. A- A. MORRIS. PROPRIETRESSES. ABERYSTWYTH.—PRINCE ALBERT HOTEL, LITTLE DARKGATE TREtT, Family and .k Commercial. This Hotel is entirely under New Management. STABLING AND POSTING. PROPRIKTOK 1. PARRISH. MACHYNLLETH.—LION HOTEL, First-class Hotel for Families, Visitors and Comuiercia Gentlemen. The house has been entirely renovated, and its Sanitary Arrangements and Bath Rooms are of the most modern kind, thus affording the best accommodation in the town. The Hotel is largely patronised by Anglers and Sportsmen, and possesses an excellent Billiard Table. OMNIBUS MEETS ALL TRAINS. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. AGENT FOR BASS'S BEER AND ALLSOPP'S STOUT. WHOLESALE BOTTLING TRADE. EDWARD JONES. PROPRIETOR. E. J. takes this opportunity of thanking his numerous customers for their patronage for the last three years and hopes, by strict attention to business, to merit a continuance of their support. THE CROWN BREWERY. A. D. DAWSON, BREWER AND WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. FINE WELSH ALES t OF SUPERIOR QUALITY, GAMGN^ CARRIAGE FREE, "is, Se, and "54"gaSoI casks. The Celebrated "Crown Bitter Ale," and Cobbler Mountain Scotch Whisky. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. HARVEST ALES OF SUPERIOR QUALITY FROM yd. PER GALLON. Orders received for the above at Bull Hotel and Eagles Vaults, Welshpool; Sarn Inn, Kerry Belle Viie, Trefeglwys; Raven Inn, Churchstoke Anchor Inn, Bettws, Salop. TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS MALT, NEWTOWN, MONT." Manager T. E. SKIDMORE. TESTIMONIALS. Newtown, August 19th, 1895. To T. Eo Skidmore. My Dear Sir,—You may, I think, be glad to know that the Beer you supplied to Camp was of excel- lent quality, in fact the be.,t of the six. Batalions in camp. Everyone agreed as to this, and especially the men of the other Regiments. Yours truly, (Signed), EDWIN J. PIPER, Captain, Brigade Transport and Supply Officer. -7 [EXTRACT FROM LETTER.] The Turf Hotel, Salop, 15th Aug., 1895. Dear Sir, Your Beer was acknowledged all through the Camp as the best Beer, not only in Camp, but in Blackpool as well.-Yours traly, (Signed), J. HYSLOP. To A. D. Dawson, Esq., Newtown. NEWTOWN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SHOW AND FETE. Newtown, August 26th, 1895. Dear Sir,—I am pleased to inform you that the catering of Mr. T. J. Bratton, and the quahJ of the goods supplied by you for the above Fete, gave general satisfaction.- Yours truly, ERNEST C. MORGAN, Sec. A. D. Dawson, Esq., Crown Brewery, Newtown. I CABINET FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I SOLD BY M. H. DAVIS & SONS, 4, BRIDGE STREET AND 20, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, I ESTABLISHED 1839. JOSEPH DAVIES AND SON, TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, 11 BROAD ST ES T, WELSHPOOL. Vre now showing the Newest Materials for Spring and Snmmei wear in GENTLEMEN'S SUITINGS, COVERT COATS. and an excellent selection of OUTFITTING. LADIES COSTUMES AND JACKETS In the Latest Styles a Speciality. COSTUME CLOTHS IN STOCK. SOLE AGENTS IN WELSHPOOL FORR^RISTYGS CELEBRATED SILK, FELT AND w PUBLIC NOTICES. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. Whitsuntide Train Service. TO ABERYSTWYTH, BORTH, &e. ON SATURDAY, MAY 25rd, 1396. A TRAIN WILL T?UN AS UNDER Dept. j Dept. p.m. p.m. Leeds (New 1 35 Lyndon (Euston) 1 36 Manchester (Lon- 1 30 don Road 3 5 Birmingham (-New Liverpool (Lime St) 5 0 Street 3 4C Crewe 4 20 (Snow Hill) 4 28 Chester 4 25 Whampton (Queen Whitchurch", 5 20 Street) 4 8 liaiik 5 28 ( (jUW Level) 4 54 Bettisfieid 5 37 Stafford 4 50 Welshampton 5 41 Shrewsbury 6 5 Ellesmere 5 50 Frankton 5 55 Welshpool 7 10 Whittington 6 3 Forden 7 20 Liverpool (Landing Montgomery 7 25 Stage 4 0 Abermuie" 7 35 Birkenhead (Wood- Newtown 7 45 Side) 4 15 Brecon 5 30 Chester (Gen Stn). 5 10 Builth Wells 6 35 Oswestry 6 20 Rhayader 7 4 Llynclys 6 30 Llanidloes 7 35 Llanymynech 6 35 Moat Lane 8 0 Four Crosses 6 40 Ccinaies Road 8 36 Pool Quay 6 50 Machynlleth an. 8 47 Buttington 6 57 Borth 9 1b Welshpool arr. 7 5 Aberystwyth 9 30 Depart Welshpool 7 10 p.m.. for Newtown, Llanidloes, Machyn- lleth, Aberystwyth, It\.?. WHITSUNTIDE EXCURSIONS ON FRIDAY, MAY 22ND, AND SATURDAY, MAY 23RD, CHEAP 3, 5, & 8 DAYS' EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED TO Liverpool, Manchester, Birkenhead, Chester Warrington, Sheffield, Leeds, Batley, De bury, Bradford, Huddersfield. Stockport, Matlock & Buxton also Tickets available for a, NVeek to Merthyr, Dowlais, Swansea, Neath, Newport (Mon.), and Cardiff; also WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS From Cambrian Inland Stations, to Aberystwyth. Borth, Aberdovey, Towya, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Machynlleth Portmadoc. Criccieth, and Pwllheli: and from Cambrian Coast and Inland Stations to Builth Wells, Rhayader, and Brecon. ON SATURDAY, MAY 23RD, CHEAP TRIP TO LONDON From all Cambrian Stations (except Welshpool, ¿"W, gt4Ðd_E; ON MONDAY, MAY 25TH, CHEAP TWO-DAYS' EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED FROM Oswestry, Fenn's Bank, and Intermediate Stations To Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds, — Sheffield, Chester, &c. ALSO DAY EXCURSIONS WILL BE RUN TO Liverpool, Manchester, Warrington, LIaR. dudno, Rhyl, &c., From Llanidloes, Newtown, Welshpool, Llaiifyllim. Oswestry, Fenn's Bank, and Intermediate Stations; and to Rhayader, Builth W ells, Brecon, Aberyst- wyth. Borth, Machynlleth, Towyn, Abe>- dovey, Dolgelley, and Barmouth. On Monday, May 25th, and on everv Week-daj nP tc? of September. Cheap Day Return Tickets will be issued between all Cambrian Coast Stations. The Season Week-End Tickets from the principal Cambrian Stations, to Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester, Leicester, Derby, Stafford, Shrewsbury, Vvarriugton, &c., will be issued on Friday and 1-a tarda y. May 22nd aud 23rd, as already advertised. i or full particulars see bills, to be had at all Stations. -+- TRIP TO SCOTLAND For 4, 8. & 16 Days, t) FRIDAY EVENING, MAY 22xn, 1896. From nearly all CamLiaun Stations. Fur full particulars, see bills, to be had at all Stations. COMING-OF-AGE OF MR. HUGH HARRISON, CAERHOWEL ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 20TH, 1896, CHEAP DAY RETURN TICKETS Will be issued to MONTGOMERY From Welshpool, Newtown, Kerry, and Interme- diate Stations; by 10.20 a.m. and 2.54 p.m. trains from Newtown, and the 11.25 a.m. and 3.25 p.-m. trains from Welshpool. To return by specia\ train at 9.30 p.m. for Forden and Welshpool; and* by ordinary train at 9.25 p.m. for Abermule and Newtown; and 7.25 p.m. for Kerry. EVERY SATURDAY IN MAY. CHEAP DAY EXCURSIONS WILL BE Rrx TO LIVERPOOL & MANCHESTER Frcm Llanidloes, Xewtowu, Illoutgomery, Welsh- pool, Llanjmynecri, Llanfyllin, Oswestry, Eilesmeie, l)enn s Bank, and Intermediate Stations. Train leaves Llanidloes 6 55 a m, Newtown 7 20 a m, .Montgomery 7 35 a in, Welshpool 8 0 an. Llanfyllin 7 45 a ni, Oswestry 8 45 a m, Ellesmere 9 3 a m. -+- OX EVERY THURSDAY & SATURDAY IN MAY, 189G, HALF-DAY EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUIM) TO L LIVERPOOL j (Lime Street, Edge Hill, Spellov,, or Waltun), ANn. MANCHESTER (London luad), as under-. Leaving Oswestry at 11 45 a m, and FlW, 11 59 »«,. Fare' to° Journey, 2s. 6d. ouojc Passengers return the same dav from t (Lime Street) at 11 55 pm, midnight, and Irom Manchester- n "a T> A 12 0 midnight, ^estti (London Road) at Further information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Rail- ways can be obtained on application to Mr W. B. Gough, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, General Manager.