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NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, BaIa. Aberayron. Barmniti-b., Dclgelley, IVIachynlleth. Lampeter, &c., &c.
THE "Welsh Gazette" WILL HE FOUND A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM It is sold by a large number of Agents in all parts of the counties of Cardigant Merioneth, and Montgomery; also in many districts in the adjoining counties; in London and in several of th pr««cipal towns in England. TRADE AND pROFESSIONAL ^XNOUXCEMENTS. ^^PARTMENTS, "T AXTED, Os SALE- TO LF Apartments. NORTH PARADE, Aberystwyth. Private £ Apartments.—Mrs. J. Cleaton Hughes. NDSLEIGH, South Road, Aberystwyth. Private apartments.—MRS. EDWARDS. 6nnRINITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- J., venient to sea and station.—MES. AWARDS. SNOW DON HOUSE. 4, Victoria Terrace. Private apartments.—MR. JENKINS. MARLBOROUGH HOUSE, 48, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth- Private Apartments. —MRS■ -OF;VAN. STAFFORD HOUSE, 54, Marine Terrace, Aberyst- wyth. First-class Private Apartments, Bath, —MRS. P.EVAN. TRAFALGAR HOUSE, Victoria Terrace, Parade, Aberystwyth. Private Apartments.— MR- FELIX. XrAWKESBURY, Trinity Road. Comfortable, A. pleasantly situated apartments, moderate in- clusive terms near station. — Proprietress, Miss MOBR1s. i1 (^LAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is centrally situated and commands full view of First-class apartments. Moderate terms, reduced charges for winter months; hot and cold atlis sanitary arrangements perfect —Mrs. ANKERS. |r> 1 LANDRINDOD WELLS. — Boarding Establish- 1 ment, The Granville, 1, Park-terrace.—Miss «ATES. r LANDRINDOD WELLS.—Park House, Boarding Establishment. Tariff, 6s. 8d. per day. Electric Sht. —VILLIERS, Manager. LLAXDRIKDOD WELLS. Laburnum House, !► Middleton-street, Apartments or Board, close to "^tion and Mineral Waters.—Miss FRANCIS. BRIDGE HOTEL, LLANDRIXDOD WELLS. (Fully licensed.) f^XCELLENT accommodation; first-class Cuisine; electric light throughout billiard room and teunis lawns recreation rooms, and eVery other comfort. Extensive alterations completed. LENTON BOARDING HOUSE, ■t VORII (MARINE) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. T ENTQN HOUSE commands an uninterrupted view of the sea, and is situate in the. oest of tjie 'Marine Parade. The House is modern k'uilt and well appointed. Moderate terms by the <lay or week.—MRS. ALLEN. OCEAN VIEW HOI sr.. SC PERI: Hl BOARTDLXG r ESTABLISHMENT. VlCTORIA (Murine) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH OCEAN VIEW HOUSE is modern built, stands in best part of Marine Terrace, commands uniii- ^errupted sea view. Moderate terms by the day or ^'ek. MRS. A. KENS1TT, Proprietress. Wanted. U B. Watson (Cert. Trinity College, London), will receive Pupils for the Piano- ^rte. Moderate Charges. Terms on application. "^IORFA COTTAGE, LLANON. \\7"ANTED in a Main Street, Aberystwyth, One ▼ Jarw Room or two small ones, suitable for co. Send particulars Box 14, Northampton. V^TANTED an Improver to the Drapery trade. Apply to M., Welsh Gazette" Office. NIADDLER.—V,"anted a Good General Hand. Con- cS') slant work for suitable man. Apply B. JENKINS, ^^Qler, Lampeter. J^IfiEWOOD for Sale in cartloads, cut in blocks of all sizes, at moderate charges. Apply at the FACTORY, Smithfield Road, Aberystwyth. LAMPETER SCHOOL BOARD. ED for the Girls' School a Girl not less t. » than 15 years of age, Qualified to be appren- 'c<;d as a Pupii Teacher.—Apply, stating -salary j Quired, exact a]ge, and two references, to THOMAS '-OYo, Solicitor, Lampeter. To Let. 1^0 LET, near Dovey River, gentleman's cottage t residence. Four bedrooms, three reception °°ms, stabling, etc., and rough shooting if re- Spired. Perfect water, charming situation. nriuire. KEEPER, Felinganol, Pennal, Machynlleth. 'I BORTII.—Apartments to Let at Taliesin House Four Sitting and Twelve Bedrooms; close to Railwav Station and Post office.-Mi-s. REES. BORTH, Cardigan sliire -House to Let, furnished, fj or Apartments; three sitting rooms nine bed rOoms; best part of town, facing sea, near station, golf. bathing.—GARIBALDI. rpO LET.—The Farm and Lands of Erwtomau, J- 8 miles from Alxerystwyth, on the Devil's i V^'dge Road. For further particulars apply to Mr. P J)- LLOYD, 30, Portland Street, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. "BURNISHED HOUSE TO LET, for one month X Pleasantly situated. Convenient to sea and Station. Apply, A.C." Office of this paper. For Sale. ALVANIZED CORRUGATED SHEETS, 3 or 4 tons, extra strong, for sale, at 9s. per cwt. 'LL.^JIS A: Warn;, Aberystwyth, -_u- SALE. J: Lady's Bicycle in good condition Office of this Paper. Sales by Auction. FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, several I desirable Freehold Building Sites.-Apply at the Offices, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH SALE ROOMS. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH will Sell ..L by Auction, at their Sale Rooms, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth, on an early date, a valuable assemblage of useful' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, AND MEREDITH have been instructed to Sell by Private Treaty, a pair of a desirable modern built Lease- bold Semi-detached Villa Residences, occupying a pleasant position, in own grounds. Also a valuable recently built Leasehold Dwelling-house, contain- ing 18 rooms.—Apply at the OFFICES, QUEEN'S ROAD.«A BERYST W YT H CWMERE FARM, One Mile from Glandovey Station. Highly Important Sale of a Herd of Black Cattle, Cart Horses, Cobs, Implements, &c., and a Flock of Welsh Mountain Sheep. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH HAVE been instructed by Mrs. Edwards to Sell by Public Auction on the above premises, Public Auction on the above premises, ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1899, the whole of the Farming Stock, including a valuable herd of < 34 HEAD OF BLACK CATTLE, comprising 10 Milch Cows and Heifers, 13 Steers and 11 Calves, 7 Cart Horses and Cobs. Implements Dairy Utensils, and part of Household Furniture and other effects. ALSO, ESSRS. DANIEL, SON, AND MEREDITH ■iTJL (in conjunction with Mr. J. E. JAMES, auctioneer), have been instructed by L. P. Pughe, Esq., to Sell by Auction on the premises, the capital Flock of 1,400 WELSH MOUNTAIN SHEEP comprising 150 tbree-year-old Wethers, 500 Ewes, 30 Rams, 150 two-year-old Wethers, 150 yearling Wethers, 200 Ewe Lambs, and 200 Wether Lambs, in pens of 20 and 10. Stock Sale commening at 10-30 a.m. Luncheon at 1 o'clock. Sheep Sale commencing at 2 o'clock. SIX MONTHS CREDIT ON CONDITIONS. BRYNEGLWYS, ABERDOVEY. SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. "A,| ESSKS. DANIEL, SON & MEREDITH have 1., been instructed by F. W. Hipkiss, Esq., to Sell by Auction on the above premises, ON FRIDAY, SEPT. 22xD, 1899, The whole of the valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And other Effects, comprising the effects of Hall and Staircase, including Carved Oak and Mahogany Chippendale Chairs, Old Oak Furniture, &c., the contents of Drawing and Dining Rooms, the ap- pointments of six Bedrooms, including Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Upholstered & wire-woven Spring Mattresses, Haaelwood and Grained Bedroom Suites, &c., and the effects of Kitchen and Domestic Offices. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. Terms—Cash. ABE R M AIDE. TANYiGRAIG, LLANFARIAN. GREAT ANNUAL SALE OF SHEEP, BLACK CATTLE, AND SHORT- HORN HEIFERS. lt!W R. J. E. JAMES has received instruc- tions from L. P. Pugh, Esq. to Sell by Public A uction at the Home Farm, Tanygraig ON TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19TH, 1899. ABOUT 1,100 SHEEP COMPRISING :— 100 4 year-old Wethers in pens of 10. 50 do do. in one Lot. 50 do do in one Lot. 300 Ewes in pens of 10. 300 Wether Lambs in Pens of 1'0. 300 Ewe Lambs do. Together with the following Black Cattle and Shorthorn Heifers 1 Fat Cow. 3 Black Cows in full profit, 1 Black Bull Calf, 13 Shorthorn Heifers to calve in Mureh. Luncheon fit 12 o'clock. Sale to com- mence punctually at I o'clock. Terms: Six months' credit on sums of P-5 and upwards upon approved security, or interest at the rate of 5 per cent per annum will be allowed for Cash. PRELIMINARY N, OTICIE. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD MANSION, FARM, COTTAGES, AND FIELDS. MR, J. E. JAMES has been instructed by A. J. Hughes, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction z7, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 2ND, 1899. In the following or such other Lots and subject to such conditions,as may be determined hereafter, viz. LOT 1.—All that Freehold Mansion known as Lluest Gwilym, beautifully situated within two miles of the charming seaside town of Aberystwyth and about half-a-mile from the ancient village of Llanbadarn Fawr. The house stands in' its own grounds and is well sheltered and commands ex- tensive views of the sea, the town of Aberystwyth, and the surrounding country. LOT 2.—All that Farm and Lands known as Lluest, in the occupation of Mr. John Roberts as yearly tenant. LOT 3.—All that Messuage, Garden, and Field known as Lluest Lodge, and in the occupation of Mr. Pearce as yearly tenant. LOT 4.—All that Messuage and Lands known as Brym-qgau, in the occupation of Mr. Lewis Rees as yearly tenant. LOT 5.—All that Freehold Messuage or Dwelling- house and Garden known as Rose Cottage, situate in the village of Llanbadarn Fawr, in the occupa- tion of Mr. Clark as yearly tenant. LOT 6.—All those two Messuages, also in the vil- lage of Llanbadarn Fawr, and now in the several occupations of Mr. David Williams and Mr. Lloyd, gardener. The latter is subject to a lease for a number of years. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, 12, North-parade, Aberystwyth. HAFOD HOME FARM. GREAT ANNUAL SALE OF SHEEP. MR. J. E. JAMES has been favoured with in- structions from T. J. Waddingham, Esq., to Sell by Auction at llafod Arms Hotel, Devil's Bridge, ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2axD 1899, A FLOCK OF 1,500 SHEEP, Comprising Ewes, Wcihds, Ewe Lambs, and Wither Lambs, together with 4 Cross-Bred Fat Bullocks, 2 Three-year-old Fat Heifers. Luncheon (by t ickets) at 11. Sale to COlllmence at 12 o'clock prompt. 1 TERMS—Six months' credit en conditions. Sales by Auction. UWMEIN ION (near Glandovey). IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, cornprising: 600 Welsh Mountain -Sheep, including ewes, wethers, and ewe lambs, 7 three-year-old Bullocks, 4 Heifers in Calf, 1 Yearling Bull, 3 Cows in profit, 3 Calces, which M R. J. E, JAMES has been instructed to Sell, I ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21ST, Terms—Ten months' credit, or discount at the rate of five per cent. Luncheon at 11. Sale to commence at, 12-30. TYMAWR, NEAR YXYSLAS. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. MR. J. E. JAMES, has received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, ON FRIDAY, 6th OCTOBER, 1899, THE FOLLOWING LIVE AND DEAD STOCK: 9 Milch Cows (3 of which are supposed to calve in November), 8 two-year-old Bullocks and Heifers, 9 Yearlings, 5 Colts and Ponies, 100 Ewes and Lambs (Kerry breed), 4 Kerry Ram Lambs, also Implements of Husbandry, including 1 Market Trap. TERMS—9 MONTHS CREDIT ON CONDITIONS. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, ABERYSTWYTH. TO CAPITALISTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY BY MR. J. E. JAMES 46 VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING PLOTS, Being parts of the field known as the CRICKET FIELD, and having a frontage to Caradoc-road, St. David's-road, and a proposed new road respectively. and within five minutes' walk of the centre of the town, in the following Lots and subject, to con- ditions which may be inspected :— Lot 1.—Having 14 yards frontage to Caradoc- road and 48 yards to proposed new road. Lot 2.—11 yards to Caradoc-road. Lot 3.- Do: to do. Lot 4.—36 yards to do. Lots 5 to 19.—8 yards do. Lots 20 to 34.-8 yards to new road. Lot 35.-13 yards to Caradoc-road and 38 yards to new road. Lots 36 to 40.—8 yards to new road. Lot 41.—21 yards frontage to new road. Lots 42 to 45.-13 do. to St. David's-road. Lot 46.-36 yards frontage te new road, 30 yards to adjoining road. The Lots are admirably adripted for villa and other residences, all of which, being situate within the borough of Aberystwyth, wiay be supplied with an abundant supply of Plynlimon water. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, or to the Auctioneer, 12, North Parade. ERWTOMAU, g§AR DEVIL'S BRIDGE. IMPORTANT SALE OF SUPERIOR MILCHING: COWS, HEIFERS. CALVES, CART HORSES. IMPLEMENTS, HOUSEHOLD. FURNITURE, &c., &c. MR. J. E. JAMES lias received instructions to Sell by Public Auction, on the premises, ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15TH, 1899, 7 GRAND HORSES, NAGS. PONIES, AND COLTS, 26 HEAD OF CATTLE, COMPRISING 8 Superior Milch Cows. 9 One and two.year-old Bullocks and Heifers, 9 Calves, Together with the AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS, and the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising very OLD OAK. Terms—Credit on Conditions. Sale to commence at twelve o'clock. MOELCERNL IMPORTANT SALE OK LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, dc. MR. J. E. JAMES has received instructions to sell by Public Auction on the premises ON WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27TH, 1899. 8 Agricultural Horses, including Ponies and Colts. 100 Sheep and Fat Lambs. 7 Milch Cows (recently calved and others about calving). 5 Heifers in Calf. 6 Yearlings. 10 Calves. 1 Sow with litter. 3 store Pigs. Farming Implements, Ploughs, Harrows, Patent Sheep Rack. &c. TERMS-SIX MONTHS -CREDIT ON CONDITIONS. Luncheon at 12. Sale to commence at 1 sharp. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. -|y|"R. R. K. JENKINS has been instructed to AT AN EARLY DATE. All that newly-built comer shop and premises situate in Railway-terrace, Aberystwyth, containing 14 Rooms. Also the four adjoining Private houses and pre- mises containing 8 Rooms, with Bath Rooms, etc., each. All these houses are litted up with electric light and bells. Also all that leasehold residence known as Tra- falgar House, Victoria-terrace, containing 28 Rooms. Also a Freehold Residence situate in the Borough of Aberystwyth, containing 10 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms, Hot and Cold Water Bath. Immediate possession. Further particulars, apply to R. K. Jenkins, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. IV/TR- R- K. JENKINS has been instructed by l'JL Mr. James Powell to Sell by Public Auction, AT AN EARLY DATE, The whole of the superior and modern Household Furniturne and other effects at Clifton House, Marine-terrace. PANTYRYCHEN, NANTCWNLLE. IMPORTANT SALE OF CROPS. MR. I). L. JONES has been instructed by Mr. John Jones to Sell by Auction at the above place ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14TH, 1899, 50 MOWS OF CORN, AND A QUANTITY OF FARMYARD MANURE. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. LLUESTHEN, LLANSANTFFRAID. MR. I). L. JONES will Sell by Auction at the above place ON SEPTEMBER 30TH. 1899, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNTTURE. Full particulars is future issue?. Sales by Auction. GELLILLYNDU, LLANIO ROAD. MR. D. L. JONES will Sell by Auction at the alx>ve place ON OCTOBER 4TH, 1899, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Full particulars in later issues. BRYNGWYN, BLAENPENNAL. IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, ETC. "\TR- D. L. JONES will Sell by Auction at the above place ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 1899, THE NOTED STOCK OF CATTLE, HORSES, IMPLEMENTS AXB HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FTC. Full particulars in future issues. PENRHOSER, LLANRHYSTYD. MR. D. L. JONES will sell by Auction at the above place, AT AN EARLY DATE, THE WHOLE OF THE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, etc. Further particulars in future issues. CNWC-Y-DDWYROS, Near Penrhiwtrawsnant IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS, &c. "|B. D. L. JONES will Sell by Public Auction at the above place Ox FlUDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH, 1899, The whole of the STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS, Ac. TALWRN GLAS, NEAR BRONANT. SALE OF STOCK. LMPLEMENNTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 1%/T R. D. L, JONES has been instructed by Misses ITX JONES to Sell by Public Auction at the above place ON WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMRER 27TH, 1899, The whole of the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PENRHOSER, LLANRHYSTYD. IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Mil. D. L. JONES will Sell at the above place <■ ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28TH, 1899, The whole of the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. el I L. P-Y 11 111, Parish of NANTCWNLLE, and within H mile to LLANGEITHO. GRAND SALE OF CATTLE, HORSES, MOUNTAIN PONIES, &c. \1 R. DANIEL LEWIS JONES has been instructed Ti- by J. JONES, Esq. (who is retiring froui farming), to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, ON THURSDAY, OCT. 12TH, 1899, THE FOLLOWING -STOCK IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, L-c. CATTLE:—10 Grand Short-horn .Milch Cows, most of which are to calve from November -to Christmas, and 2 to 5 years old 8 coming 2-year- old Heifers, supposed to be in calf; 3 Steers coming two year old; 2 prime fat Cows; 1 Yearling Bull, out of F. R. Roberts, Penwern Breed 1 excellent Roan Bull Calf, got by the Progeny Mid Aeron Bull Society 1 Do. 2 months old 10 tine Calves. This grand Stock of Short-horn Cattle was got by -the following breeders:—F. R. Roberts, Esq., Penwern, T. H. R. Hughes. Esq., Neuaddfawr, Capt. Vaughan, Brynog, and J. C. Harford, Esq., Falcondale. HORSES:-l Cart Marc (Lock), 9 years old, supposed to be in foal by Emlyn Fashion.' 1 Cart Horse (Farmer), 6 years old, 1 Roadster (Captain), 5 years old, 3 fine two year old Cobs, one by Cardy III.' 2 grand Suckers by Lord Ventry (Cob).' NANTSTALWEN AND MOELPRISGAU A -N, MOUNTAIN PONIES :-Froia 25 to 30 in num- ber, including Sucken;-3 over seven years old, 7 over four, 4 over two. 3 Yearling Fillies, and the remainder are Yearlings and Suckers, 1 Stallion Horse. PIGS :—19 Litters. SHEEP :-150 Ewes and Wether Lambs, to be sold in Lots to suit purchasers. Also the IMPLEMENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, &c Luncheon at 11 a.m. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. Credit on Conditions. PA-NLTYDDAFAI). (Within two miles of Ystrad Meurig and Trawscoed Stations on Manchester &: Milford Railway). DISPERSAL SALE OF DR. HUGHES' SPLENDID STOCK, FLOCK. AND MODERN FARMING IMPLEMENTS. MESSRS. WILLIAMS & EVANS will sen, without reserve, the whole of the under-mentioned, ON THURSDAY, 28TH SEPT., 1899. viz. DRAUGHT HORSES :—1 Aged Mare, 15 hands 2in., 1 Mare, 6 JTS. 15-1 £ hands, 1 Foal out of do., 1 Mare rising 4 yrs., 16 hands. The Mares are sup- posed to be in foal by leading sires. HACKNEY HORSES:—1 Mare rising 4 years by Grand Express,' 15 hands; 1 Mare, aged, 15 hands, both supposed to be in foal by Lord Ventry;" 1 Filly, rising three years, by Grand Express:' 1 do, rising 2 yearslby Cardigan Flyer 1 Pony, aged, 13 hands; 1 Filly rising 2 years old, out of do. by Pengelly' horse. CATTLE :-10 Milch Cows, three of which arc near calving; 4 Heifers, rising three years, very near calving 6 grand Steers and 6 grand Heifers rising 2 years old; 13 grand Heifer and Steer Calves; 1 Pedigree Shorthorn bull jcalf, 9 months old. PIGS :-2 Middle White Yorkshire Sows with big litters at foot. SHEEP:—100 strong young Welsh Ewes; 95 Ewe and Wether Lambs. IMPLEMENTS:-3 Box Carts, 2 Gambo do., 3 Scotch Ploughs, 1 three-furrow skimmer, 1 Moulder, 1 Scuffler, 1 furrow Skimmer, 1 Diamond Iron Harrow. 2 Wooden do., 1 Chain Harrow, 1 Iron Roller (3 parts), 1 Mowing Machine, 2 Horse Rakes, 1 self-delivery Reaper, 1 Threshing Machine, 1 Winnowing do., 1 Chalf Cutter, 1 Turnip Drill, 1 Turnip Pnlper and Slicer, Heel Rakes, Hay Rakes, Spades, Pickles, Forks, &c., &c.; 6 Sets Felloes, 3 Axletrees, 2 Sets Cart and Plough Harness com- plete; all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (Old Oak), Dairy Utensils, and scores of other useful lots too numerous to particularise. 50 Rows Potatoes, 15 Rows Mangolds, 30 Rows Swedes. N.B.-The Implements and Furniture will be put up for sale before the Stock, &c. Sale will commence with the Implements at 11 a.m. prompt. Luncheon at 10 a.m. Nine months' credit. N.B.—The Auctioneers bog to call special atten- tion to the high quality 01 iiiis Stock throughout. The Implements i;;e practically :iew. and. from the cry best Uiu.-w.ua. I Sales by Auction. TATA BO NT. WILLIAMS & EVANS have been instructed by TV Mr. THOMAS JONES, Gwarcwmbach, to SELL BY AUCTION at Black Lion, Market Field, Talyhont, ON FRIDAY, 15TH SEPTEMBER, 1899. THE FOLLOWING FLOCK OF S H E -i"c'dP From CYNEINIOG FARI, removed for convenience of Sale, consisting of 200 WEATHERS. 350 EWES, 200 LAIHS. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. Nine months' credit. PRELIMINARY" ANNOUNCEMENT. SALE OF FURNITURE, CHINA, CUTLERY, &c. The contents of the well-known Dwelling-House ik BENIN," BRIDGE STREET, LAMPETER SEPTEMBER 20TH, 1899. All the furniture, &c., are new and of the best make and may be viewed any day up to the day of Sale. Further particulars see bills or of the Auctioneer, S. H. Evans, or D. H. Evans, Cabinet Maker, Bridge- street, Lampeter. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. OLD ASSEMBLY ROOMS, GREAT DARKGATE-STREET, ABER- YSTWYTH. MR. EDWARD ELLIS has been favoured with in- structions to Sell bv Auctien, on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20TH AND 21ST, ISm), A valuable assemblage of Household Furniture, &.c. Further particulars in poster and handbills. Public Notices. ABERAYRON URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. THE PUBLIC LIBRARIES' ACT, 1692. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a meeting of the Aberayron Urban District Council held on the 31st day of August. 1899, it was resolved that "The Public Libraries Act, 1892," be adopted for the said Urban District and that the said Act shall come into operation on the 19th day of October next. By order, B. C. JONES, Aberayron, Clerk to the said Council. 9tli September, 1899. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. View, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, for Mrs/ Kensit. The plans and specification may be seen on application to the Architects to whom tenders should be delivered sealed and endorsed by Friday, September 29th. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. HIPKISS AND BASSETT, Architects and Surveyors, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. NEXT WEEK. THE TAL YBOKT AND NORTH CARDI- GANSHIRE FOURTH ANNUAL AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW WILL BE HELD OX WEUXKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1809. PRESIDENT SIR PRYSE PRYSE, BART. VICE-PRESIDENTS PRYSE P. PRYSE, ESQ., R. C. REES, ESQ., D. HOWELL, ESQ., H. C. RICHARDES, ESQ., AND J. FRANCIS, ESQ. OMISSION. Mr. THOMAS is going to give prizes for the best Foals to be exhibited in the Talv- bont Show, September 20th, got by" Klon- dyke." Treasurer. J. T. MORGAN, EsQ. Hon. Sees, j [CAPTAIN HOWELL. Secretary, W, R. MORGAN. GOGINAN. AN EISTEDDFOD Will be held at the above place CHRISTMAS DAY, 1899. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION— Wylwn, Wylwn," Di-. Parry. PRIZE, £10. Constitution Hill, Cliff Rail- way & Pleasure Grounds. PIEROT TROUPE & MR. GILBERT ROGERS BATTLE OF CONFETTI, SWITCH- BACK RAILWAY, DANCING IN THE OPEN AIR, concluding with a grand display Z7, of FIREWORKS. A.I.C. ORCHESTRAL BAND in attendance. Prices after 5 p.m.—Up Journey, including admission to the Ground, 6d.; Down Journey, 2d.; Ground Entrance. 3d. CORPORATION OF ABERYSTWYTH. GREAT HALF-YEARLY HORSE FAIR. The next Half-Yearly Horse Fair will be held at THE SM]TTIEIELD-, I ON MONDAY. THE 18TH DAY j Oi.' NL'XT. -a-3R-; Public Notices. J' CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY SCHOOLS. Winners of Entrance Scholarships by pupils from Elementary Schools at the Examination held the 31st July, 18.99. ABERYSTWYTH SCHOOL. BOYS. CMpr. Xamp. Valuo of Scholarship. Marks Ofi^uRCti. 1 Richard John Jones, Llancynfelin Board. P-5 tenable for one year 661 2 Glyn Owen Thomas, Aberystwyth Board do. do. 656 3 Evan Cruickshank. do. do. do. 597 4 David O. Morris. Penlhwn Board do. do. 593 5 Edward D. Richards, Aoerysiwyth Board do. do. 533 g Thomas Long, Aberystwyth National £ 2 10s. tenable for one vear r,_ | Robert Peake Board do. do. 519 C1RES. 1 Sophia Evans, Aberystwyth Board £ 5 tenable for one year 597 2 Gwladvs Thomas. do. do. do. 469 3 Edith Rowlands. Capel Seion National do. do. 463 4 Lilian Myfanwy Davies, Aberystwyth Board do. do. 461 5 Mary Jane Lewis, Ponterwyd Board do. do. 445 6 Claudia A. Leake, Aberystwyth Board do. do. 424 ABERAYRON SCHOOL. BOYS AND GIRLS. 1 David G. Davies, Aberayron National One year's free tuition 478 2 James M. Griffiths, do. I fo. do. 466 3 Bertha M. Jones do. do. do. 416 4 Margaret Thomas, Gwenlli Board do. do. 411 5 Elizabeth Jones, Aberayron British do. do. 403 6 John L. Evans, (Llansantifraid) Cross Inn do. do. 393 TREGARON SCHOOL. BOYS AND GIRES. 1 Daniel John Davies. Llangeitho Board Total exemption from tuition fees 571 2 Mary L. Jenkins, Ysbytty Ystwyth Board do. do. 507 3 Evan Jones, Tregaron National do. do. 367 LLANDYSSUL SCHOOL. BOYS. 1 John E. Thomas. Adpar Board £3, which may be augmented to £6 601 2 Llewelyn Powell, Rhydlewis Board do. do. 532 3 Dd. Owen Thomas. Cilrhedyn Capel Evan Bd. do. do. to £ 4 10s. 446 4 Dan Thomas, Saron British, Llangeler do. do. do. 440 5 Ricy Griffiths, Capel Cynon Board Total exemption from tuition fee for 1 year 408 6 David John Evans, Llandyssnl Board do. do. 385 7 Edward B. Evans d". do. do. 376 GIRLS. 1 Lizzie Thomas. Penbrvn National £ 3, which may be augmented to £ 6 572 2 Gertrude Lewis. do. do. do. £ 4 10>. 510 3 Mary Ellen Jones do. Total exemption fiom tuition fee for 1 year 480 4 Sarah N. Beesley, Bryn (Llangunllo) Bd. do. do. do. 442 CARDIGAN SCHOOL. BOYS. 1 Willie Morris, Carmarthen Board -03, tenable for one year 765 2 Johnny Griffiths, Llechryd Board do. do. 619 3 James David Thomas, do. do. do. 580 „ f George T. Bowen. Bwlchygroes Board do. do. | Percy Phillips, St. Dogmell's Board do. do. 6 Robert G. James, Glandwr Board do. do. 554 GIRLS 1 Sarah G. Owen. Glynarthen Board £ 3, tenable for one year 765 2 Polly Thomas. Penmorfa Board do. do. 606 3 Elizabeth Lewis, Glynarthen Board do. do. -601 4 Nellie James. Cardigan Board do. do. 584 5 Sarah Annc Davies, Penmorfa Board do. do. 533 H. C. FRYER, Sept. 12th, 1899. Clerk to the Ccmty Governing Body. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales.) PRESIDENT The Right Hon. Lord RENDEL. PHIN< IPA k T. F. ROBERTS, M.A. (Oxon). The Courses of Instruction arc arranged to meet the requirements for graduation in Arts and Science in the University of Wales, and will also be found serviceable to Students preparing for the Degree Examinations in Arts and Science of the University Jjf T VW Oxford pan|», 4srid^^or for MeSicSS^tuay at the&Vor other Universities. The fee for either the Arts or Science Course is EIO, a small extra charge being made for Laboratory practice. Entrance Scholarships, ranging in value from R40 to P,10, are awarded in September of each year. The College possesses a well furnished Gym- nasium, Recreation Grounds, Boats, &c. MEN STUDENTS reside in Lodgings, which are obtainable at very moderate rates in the town. For WOMEN STUDENTS a large and com- modious Hall of Residence is provided. Some of the Professors receive a limited number of Men Students as Boarders. For General Prospectus, and also for Special Prospectuses of the Normal and Agricultural Departments, the Training Department for Second- ary Teachers, and all other particulars, apply to T. MORTIMER GREEN, Registrar. UXIVERSITY COLLEGE OF SOUTH WALES AND MONMOUTHSHIRE. A CONSTITUENT COLLEGE OF THE UNIVER- SITY OF WALES. President: THE RIGHT Ilo. LORD TKKDROAR. Principal:—J. YIIUAJIU JONKS, M.A., li.Sc., F.R.S. MEDICAL FACULTY. Students, both men and women, who wish to prepare for the Medical Degrees of the University of London, Durham, or the Scottish Universities, or for the diplomas of the London or Scottish Colleges, or of the Societies of Apothecaries, may spend in Cardiff from two to three out of their live years of medical study at a cost which compares favourably with that of medical education in London or elsewhere in the provinces. The College Laboratories and Museums are supplied with modern requirements for teaching, and the students have access to the out-patient department of the Infirmary-within three minutes walk from the College—and can take out their surgical dressing and clinical clerking. Aberdare Hall provides accommodation for women students of the Medical School. Terms 30 to 40 guineas per session of 31 weeks. 2 The Medical Prospectus can bo obtained Oil applica- tion to the Registrar of the College. Further information and advice may be obtained from the Dean of Medical Faculty, or J. AUSTIN JENKINS, B.A., Secretary and Registrar. University College, Cardiff. —. — NOTICE OF REMOVAL. JOHN WILLIAMS (OF ABERAYRON) BEGS to inform the Public of ABER- YSTWYTH and Neighbourhood that he has taken over the business lately carried on by Mr. H. P. EDWARDS at MILL STREET, which he will continue as hereto- fore and will add to it a BACON-CURING FACTORY. J. WILLIAMS guarantees that every class of Meat stocked will be of the BEST QUALITY and LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. J. W. is open to buy pigs at Market Prices. THE WATERLOO COACHES RUN Dltt.T to the FAMOUS DEVILS BRIDGE. AND OTHER PLACES OF INTEREST BOOKING OFFICE WATERLOO HOTEL, TERRACE HOAD, j ABERYSTYVITK, Business Notices. Mr. J. E. LEAH, A.R.C.O., Organist and Choirmaster English Congregational Church, Portland-street, Aberystwyth (late of Richmond Hill Congregational Church, Bournemouth), Gives lessons by Correspondence in Harmony, Counterpoint, Fugue, &c. Personal lessons also in. Piai|i>f<»±e, Preparation for Examination. Many Successes. Schools attended. Next fcommences Sep- tember 18th, 1899. Engagements accepted for Organ Recitals, Concerts, &c. Address: Garth," North Road, Aberystwyth. THE DOYEY PHARMACY, ABERDOVEY. (NEAll ST. PETER CHURCH.) A HIGH-CLASS Dispensing Establishment, under the control of an experienced and a iuHy~ qualified Chemist. Patronised by all the leading Physieiar.s, Sur^ecnSs Clergy and the elite of the neighbourhood. PROPRIETOR:—ISAAC T. LLOYD. 31.P.S. DISPENSING CHEMIST, CHELSEA, LON DCN. Sole Agent for Idris' Royal Table Waters in Sypiions and Bottles. The largest and cheapest Syphons sold in the district. Agent for all the leading Patent Medicine and Specialities connected with Pharmacy. A large assortment of Perfnmei; Sponges, Bathing Caps, &c., and every kind of Toilet Requisites. Ilford's Cadett's and other makers' Plates, Films, and P. O. P. kept in stock. nark Room for changing plates. A first-class stock of GROCERIES and ITALIAN GOODS kept. Tobaccos, Cigars, Pipes, &c.. &c. Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits. Cadbury's Cocoa and Chocolates. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS, as there is 116 other Chemist" Establishment at Aberdovev conducted according to the Pharmacy Acts. MANAGER JOHN EVANS, M.P.S CHEMIST AND DKL'OOJST. PHRENOLOGY! PHYSIOGNOMY PALMISTRY PROF, W. A. WILLIAMS, F.N.P.I., London, the expert character reader, author and lecturer on mental science, health, &c.. is now on a short vi/it, to ABERYSTWYTH and may be consulted daily at 29, PIER STREET, from 10" a.m. till 10 p.m. Don't miss this opportunity of having your REAli or HAND examined by an EXPERT. Call tor circular of fees and press opinions. NOTE.—Our ONLY Address, 29, PiER STREET. -No connection with any seashore or liousc-to-house "phrenologists," or "palmists." OWENS BROS., 31, NORTHGATE STREET ABERYSTWYTH, BUILDERS, JOINERS, UNDERTAKERS, &c. Estimates given for every description of work. WORKSHOP -PORTLAND LANE. ESTABLISHES 1815. OWEN, BAKERS AND C0XFE(TI0NERS, 19 CT 21, NORTH PARADE, AI-RY^VYRA BEST BREAD & PASTRY FHESH EVERY DAY A Large TEA ROOM has been opened above the shop. Cold Luncheons—ffeas and uthcr Refreshments. Home-made Veal and Ham and Pork Pies W. H. TRl S( Oil WATCH AND CLOCK MAKER, LAPIDARY AND OPTICIAN. r 11 ERR ACE ¥ > OA I\ (OITCXSITE THK 9 J_ POST OVTHTF) A large ai-sorLmcnt of Wedding. Diamond I