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TUITION. WELSHPOOL Da mmar school —:—: rnTr Preparation for the DIVERSITY LOCALS. PRECEPTORS PUBLIC SCHOOLS, SHORTHAND f,TY CERTIFICATE AND UVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS. 70 passes during the last five years in above examinations. 1<% Shorthand Certificates gained since 1893. ° COtnfortaLle home for boarders. Moderate Terms. CAMBRIDGE LOCALS—ALL PASSED. HONOURS. Resident MASTER, UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. Q I ^bridge Local Examination Class now forming, I T. F. HILES, Head Master. THE COLLEGE, I QUEEN'S PARK, OSWESTRY, j HISSES HOULT (CASTLE BUILDINGS) I to thank their Friends for their kind tlla 8upport, and have much pleasure in stating I ^eir AUTUMN TERM will commence in I$EW RESIDENCE, QUEEN'S PARK, |lj,j lch is in every way admirably adapted for cational Purposes, having large and lofty Oolrooms, and Dormitories, and Tennis Court. |$jj ,.e Misses ItOULT are assisted by Resident K°lsh and Foreign GOVERNESSES, and visiting }lb g lsh and Foreign GOVERNESSES, and visiting T^sors. | to*8reparation for Oxford Local, College of Precep- I a&d Music Examinations. Home Comforts and Careful Training. | TERMS MODERATE. ^HYSTWYTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOUNDED 1812. I lIIGII-CLASS BOARDING SCHOOL FOR BOYS. In HEAD MASTER: À. POPE, M.A., Formerly Classical Scholar of Sidney x College, Cambiidge; and Assistant Master I at Shrewsbury School. ^or prospectus, etc., apply to I TRE HEADMASTER' JASPER HOUSE. CljEVKL/.ND HOUSE SCHOOL WELSHPOOL, I p FOR YOUNG LADIES. ls receive a sound and thorough Education crate Charges. Happy home for Boarders. A.Iso a CLASS FOR LITTLE BOYS. PROSPECTUSES ox APPLICATION TO THE MISSES DAWSON. °SWESTRY GRAMMAR I SCHOOL II (1407).. G. COBLEY, Senior Assistant Master receives 25 Boarders in his house. There a few VACANCIES for next Term. Terms j^rate. Prospectus on application. | HOUSE, OSWESTRY. j THE COUNTY I WTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS, I WELSHPOOL. -—— SCHOLARSHIPS win be given on the I t lts of an EXAMINATION to be held on I fr AY, JULY 11TH, at the Schools, from 9 an<l from 2 to 3.30. The Subjects of the 1. 111ation will be :— <11" 2. j.^htnetic. 3, Q Slish Grammar and Composition. E0e°^raphy of either (a) The British Isles, or 4. On??-6 *n outline. 5. of English History from 1066 to 1603. ^ing (Boys); Sewing (Girls). i \oo'?' 3 and 4 are alternate subjects. 6°ys c°°larships will be open to Girls and One .7* to enter in September who have b gf ^n^ard V., and are ander the age ot 14. uadMarshiP be open to Girls and one to >il8 ^j,er ^4, already in the Schools, and to new C^°ol. ° ^ave not been at a Public Elementary EDWARD L. R. JONES, Solicitor, Welshpool, Clerk to the Governing Body. MACHYNLLETH COUNTY *ERMED [ATE SCHOOL. nuOL RE-OPENS MAY 5, 1896. Head Master — H. II. MEYLER, M.A., OXON. 1{R Assistant Master: ALBERT WATSON, B.A., CANTAB. Assistant Mistress ^teSchoMlSs FLORENCE WHITE, ar of the Royal Holloway College, Egham. ill Oc 0FFEN SCHOLARSHIPS ^°r ^ornPetition for Children in f bcho°ls and others; also, Bursaries o,e^in» + ° cover the estimated expenses of 'for ^eu° ^rotn sch°°l- tw^isai °.have passed Standard 5 are eligible examination, -i 'f°r Scholarships, and also for ft^ynllpiu*'1 ^e held at the Intermediate School, F0j. jjq > on the 18th day of JULY, at 10 a.m. Q °^s ;^TJ for Scholarships Examinations as peac^n"> Writing, Arithmetic, English (t>ti° e°graphy (England and Wales). ^slatiori^Su^ects:—English History and Welsh ^Ith df?0n sen^ *n Glerk on or before y °f July, 1896. Forms obtained from 29 JOHN ROWLANDS, Aprjj Solicitor, Machynlleth, ""6. Clerk to the Governors. -m .=-=-==-==-==-:=: vry, ALFHED SLIM, E AND SPIRIT MERCHANT ELSHPOOL. -———— lIallb essrs. Salt & Co.s', and Trueman, t Ubui7 & Co.'s BURTON ALES. 0jfI>Ov Ax^ Dublin STOUTS, &C., AC. applied in any sized CASKS, and S delivered free. q. a j^ies for Harvesting Season, fr°m 8d. Gallon. CRiIi1?NTS T0 LIFE & LIMB, JSMp!^AY ACCIDENTS, pLOYERS' LIABILITY, h IJ»SC^;D AGAINST BY THE ^Uavay P A ASSENGERS* ^Lssurance 1. ^0MpANY, Coilp 18 6d 1849- Capital, £ 1,000,000. Cn^8^1^ PAID £ 3,600,000. T L> LONDON. A. YIAN, Secretary il* AGENTS: vI" PRYCE n^' ^a?1^rian Railways, Newtown Tq,<? ^m^r^an Railways, Welshpool A DDRESSES. A FIRE o SUN INSUEANCBOPPIOE C'Vde;D SUM INSURED IN 1895-£390,775,000. For all particulars apply to the following Agents— Welshpool—Mr. DAVID WALL. Newtown—Mr. W. F. THOMAS, High street. Newtown and LlallidJoes-Mr. BENNETT ROWLANDS. Llanfyllin—Mr. W. A. PCGHE. Mk. KERSHAW, SURGEON DENTIST, NEWTOWN, ATTENDS Mr. COWAN'S, Chemist, 18, Broad Street, Welshpool, every Monday from 11 to 6.30. Patients attended at their own residences by appointment. Llanidloes—Every Saturday, at Long Bridge St., from 12.30 to 7.15. Llanfair-Iiss Jones, Bridge street, first Friday in the month. Patients attended Daily at his Residence, Croesawdy New Road, Ncwtown. WILLIAMS & KIDNER, DENTAL SURGEONS, OSWESTRY. ATTENDANCE AT 22, SEVERN STREET, -A- WELSHPOOL every Monday. Hours 12 to 5 p.m. LLANFAIR First Friday in each Month. NOTICE. M. WILLIAMS & SON TOBACCONISTS, Have the FINEST STOCK in the County of PIPES, POJCHES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, And every requisite for the Smoker. ALL THE LEADING BRANDS IN STOCK. NOTE THE ADDRESS 3 & 4, CHURCH STREET, (Opposite the Bull Hotel,) WELSHPOOL. x Sole Agents for the Celebrated L N PIPE, and T KIRK & SONS' TOBACCO'S. CUPISS' CONSTITUTION BALLS Are an unfailing remedy (Write for p-amphlet). For Horses for Grease, Testimonial. Swelled Legs, Cracked fhe Cannock Agr. CO., Ltd. Heels, Coughs, Colds, Star. Cannock, Apl. 16,1890. ing Coat, Influenza, giving Dear Sirs,—I have much tone and vigour and keep- pleasure in testifying to the i-i superiority of your Horse m £ j high-fed Horses CojrsTiTPTiojr BALLS. We Health, &c. have used them for the last „ 10 years, and find nothing ForCattle CCOlieep that can equal them. You T3, can make what use you like m cases of Hove or Blown, of this testimonial.—Yours Hide bound,loss of Appetite faithfully, HBinir R. HABT, Distemper, Epidemic, &c. Managing Director. etc For Scouring in- Calves they are almost infallible. Prepared upwards of 50 years by the late FBANCIS CUPIB8 K.B.C.V.8. Sold in Packets 1 s 9d and 3s 6d each, 7 small 10s 6d,or 7-large 21s, by Chemiatsii d Medicine Vendors, or from Pro. orietor, The Wilderness, Diss, Norfolk, on receipt of amount PUBLIO NOTICES. In the matter of a Deed of Assignment for the benefit of Creditors, executed on the 30th day of December, 1895, by Edward Rogers, of Bwlchgole, Llangyniew, in the County of Montgomery, farmer. THE Creditors of the above-named Edward JL Rogers, who have not already sent in their CLAIMS, or signified their Assent to the said Deed, are required to do so on or èefore the 1st day of July next, to the undersigned, Solicitor to the Trustee under the said Deed, or in default they will be excluded from the benefit of the dividend proposed to be declared. Dated the 1st day of June, 1896. W. A. PUGHE, Llanfyllin, Solicitor for the Trustee. FORDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the AUDIT of the ACCOUNTS of the above-named Rural District Council, and of the Offices thereof, for the half-year ended the 30th day of September, 1895, and the half-year ended the 31st day of March, 1896, has been appointed by EDWARD MORGAN, ESQUIRE, District Auditor, to commence on SATURDAY, the 18TH day of JULY, 1896, at TEN o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Board Room of the Guardians of the Forden Union, at Forden, and that such accounts will, pursuant to the Local Government Act, 1894, and the Public Health Act, 1875, be deposited at the Office of such District Council, at Arthur Street, Montgomery ,seven clear days before the date of such audit, and be open during office hours thereat to the inspection of all persons interested to take copies or extracts from the same. Dated this 11th day of June, 1896. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Montgomery. VISIT OF H.R.H. THE PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF WALES TO ABERYSTWYTH. THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE appeal earn- JL estly for subscriptions towards the General Fund now being raised to defray the cost of giving a hearty welcome to the Royal Guests on their approaching visit. The Corporation of Aberystwyth are generously undertaking the expenses of street decorations, &c., while many persons are spending considerable sums in decorating their own houses, but there is yet required a large sum for other purposes. Subscriptions will be gratefully received by the Honorary Secretaries, and a list of Subscribers will be inserted in the Newspapers. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TOWARDS EXPENSES. £ s d Amount previously acknowledged .1224 7 6 M. Yanghan Davies, Esq., M.P., Tany- bwlch 50 0 0 Prof. E. Anwyl, M.A., Aberystwyth 3 0 0 Principal Edwards, Bala. ••• 2 2 0 Rev. LI. Edwards, Ardwyn ••• 2 2 0 C. C. Smith, Esq., Wolverhampton 2 2 0 Robert Thomas, Esq., Criccieth 1 1 0 Roderick Evans, Esq., Lampeter 1 1 0 Messrs Daniel, Son, and Meredith". 1 1 0 J. Hughes Jones, Esq., Aberdovcy 1 0 0 T. H. R. Hughes, Esq., Neuaddfawr 1 0 0 J. M. Howell, Esq., Aberayron 0 10 6 A. J. HUGHES, H Sfcs MORTIMER GREEN, tl0N-bE • Reception Committee Room, Aberystwyth, June 12, 1896. NOTICE. Promoters of meetings, concerts, &c., are respect- fully requested to send early notice of their fixtures to the office of this paper, when, if possible, a repre- sentative will be sent to report same. We would point out that events advertised in our columns receive preference to others. The COUNTY TIMES may be obtained every Satur- day from the following Agents in South Wales :— PONTYPRIDD-Mrs. Ewan Jenkins, Taff street. TREHARRIs-Mr. James J./nes, Thomas street. MERTHYR VALE—Mrs Powell, Post Office. FERNDALE—Mr. W. Davies, 21, Oaklands. CONTENTS OF INNER PAGES. PAGE 2. Powys Provincial Eisteddfod at Oswestry. PAGE 3. British Dairy Farmers' Conference at Welshpool; Welshpool Town Council; Ellesmere Urban DIs- trict Council. PAGE ó. Cricket and Chess News; Cycling Notes; Parlia- mentary News; Aberdovey News. PAGE 7. Death and Funeral of Colonel R. J. Harrison; Agricultural Notes; Markets.

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