LEADING ARTICLES: The War Funeral of Dr. Edwards Notes and Comments. London Letter.
NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. Aberayron. Barmouth. I Dolgeiley, Machynlleth. Lampeter, &c., &c.
THE "Welsh Gazelle" WILL BE FOUND A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM It is sold by a large number of Agents in all parts of the counties of Cardigan, Merioneth, and Montgomery; also in many districts in the adjoining counties; in London and in several of the principal towns in England. Cbe"Ulelsb Gazette" IS ON SALE IN LONDON AT Messrs. W. H. EVERETT & SONS, Bell's Buildings, Salisbury Square. LONDON, E.C. Mr. W. H. ROBERTS, Bookseller, 10, Cecil Court, Charing Cross. BY POST 6d. A YEAR. I Apartments. a — — £ • rflKtNITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- *!• J., „,venient to B6a, and station.—MRS. A >l' k "• •' '• SNOWDON HOUSE, 4, Victoria Terrace. Private apartments.—Mi- JENKINS. — TRAFALGAR HOUSE, Victoria Terrace, Marine Parade-, Aberystwyth. Private Apartments.— Mr. FELIX. i rr "f~ AMPETER.—BARRY Hou.SE, Bridge Street, L Apartments at aaoderafe charges.—-&j>ply td Mrs. REES. 4. 3 CLAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marina-terrace, is centrally situated and commands full view of tea. First-class apartments. Moderate terms. Beduced charges for winter months; hot and cold baths sanitary arrangements perfect —^IrSiASKBits. • s- —> ■ .Till- B R J,D G E H O T E 1% t LLANDRINDOD WELLS. (Fully licensed.) EXCELLENT accommodation; first-class Cuisine? electric light throughout; billiard room, 'boiling and tennis lawns; recreation rooms, and y ^ooxfori. Thctensive alterations coiflpIctecL OCEAN VIEW HOUSE, SUPERIOR BOART)ING ESTABLISHMENT. VICTORIA (Marine) TERRACE, iABERYSTWYTH OCEAN VIEW HOUSE is modern built, stands in best part of Marine Terrace, commands unin- terrupted sea view. Moderate terms by the day or •weekf MBS. A. KENSITT, Proprietress. Wanted. LLANFIHANGEL-Y-CROYDDIN UPPER (U.D.) SCHOOL BOARD. I -r\*TANTED, for Cwmystwyth Mixed School, a TT Certificated Master, to commence duties at an early date; Welsh desirable; salary £60; pins half annual Grant, plus half Grant under Art 105 (if any); average attendance, 71; applications with testimonials to be sent to me not later than 10th April.—THOS. MORGAN, Tynyffordd, Pont- ./erwyd, Aberystwyth. PAINTERS Wanted.—Apply, D. WATKINS, 7, Customhouse Street, Aberystwyth. WANTED (Two miles from Worcester) respect- VT able Farmer's son to assist on Farm; treated as one of the family.—Apply DAVIES, HCudleigh Court, Spetchly, Worcester. BREAD SALESMAN—Wanted an energetic young Man to work good country district "With van; abstainer; references; state salary.- Apply, EVANS, Steam Bakery, Lampeter. WANTED, strong Lad 18 to 20 years of age for farm, to live in.—Apply, stating wages, JIORNBY, Arthog Hall Farm, Arthog, R.S.O. WANTED immediately a General Servant with some experience in Cooking.—Apply to IVfiss JENKINS, Penrock House. Marine Terrace. APPRENTICES wanted for the Printing Trade.— Apply offices of the WELSH GARETTE, Aberyst- -wyth. WANTED at Aberystwyth an Unfurnished TT House for rental or purchase, three public Tooms and five bedrooisas, south or south-west aspect, dry and healthy pesition.-Apply, A. W. "GAZETTE" Office. To Let. TO BE LET with immediate possession the Fatei of Syclinant, Cellan, near Lampeter. Apply to JOSEPH DAVIES, Solicitor, Town Hall, Aberystwyth. HOUSE TO LET, South Gate, Penparke.—For particulars apply to Mr J. L. Pickard, at the above address. TO LET from 12th May next, No. 3, Fronheulog Aberdovev, containing One small Parlour Sitting-room, and Four Bedrooms, Kitchen, and Back Kitchen.—Apply MEDICAL HALL, Aberdovey. For Sale. BEES. To reduce stock, standard-sized modern Hives full of strong, healthy Bees and Honey, free on rail 12s to 15s, worth 30s.- BRYN EGLWYS, HARLECH. INAFON. CORRIS. To be Sold, Three .1.: Freehold Houses and Warehouse. Con- veniently situated in the principal thoroughfare.— veniently situated in the principal thoroughfare.— Apply, ROBERTS, Board School. BARGAINS In Leggings, Whips, and Good Jt) Strong Boots for Winter wear at D. JONES, London House, Tregaron. CJU1TIXGS.—Made to Order—from 30s. upwards. Jo Fit Guaranteed. Large Selection of Patterns. JOXES BROTHERS, Tailors, Aeron House, Tregaron. PIANO.—Greatest Value.—Walnut or Rosewood case, new acoustic steel frame, best French check action, front escapement, handsome bev- elled panel front inlaid with French marqueterie carved trusses, bushed keys, double sconces, 10 years' warrantv, and iree delivery anywhere. Only to be obtained of GWYNNE BRADER, 17, HEATHFIELD STREET, SWANSEA; the cheap- est dealer in Wales, being Sole Agent for this special l'iano; call and see it; erJy 24 gnfawas; marvellous tone and quality. ( Sales by Auction. ST. PHILLIP'S HALL. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects. MR. J. E. JAMES has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction under a Bill of Sale at the above Hall ON THURSDA y; MARCH 29th, 1900, A large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Comprising Hair-Seated Chairs, Sofas, Mahogany Tables, Deal Tables, Sewing Machine, Pictures, Oil-cloth, Fenders, Fire Irons, Rugs, Pier Glasses, Armchairs, and also the CONTENTS OF NINE BEDROOMS, Consisting of Iron Bedstead: Mattresses, Pall- iasses, Sheets, Blankets, Quilts, Counterpanes, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Washstands, Dressing Tables, Swing Glasses, Towel Rails, &c. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock sharp. CEFNLLAN, NR. LLANBADARN-FAWR Important Sale of FARMING STOCK. MR. J. E. JAMES has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction (under a Bill of Sale) at the above place, on SATURDAY NEXT, March 31st, 1900, THE WHOLE OF THE FARMING STOCK AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Jzc. Comprising 11 Milch Cows, 5 Yearling Calves, Horse aged, 4-year-old Cob, 6-year-old Pony, 2-year- old Cob, Sow in litter, 3 Store Pigs, 80 Barn Door Fowls, 3 Market Carts, Farm Cart, Shovels, Tubs, Pitchforks, 3 Pig Troughs, Chain Harrow, Plough, American Rake, Chaffcutter, Pulper, 2 Corn Bins, 3 Sets of Harness, Saddle, Stack of Hay, Sheep Rack, together with a quantity of Farming Imple ments and Dairy Utensils, also the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. Sale to commence at ONE o'clock punctually. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF LEASEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. J. E. JAMES has received instructions to Sell by Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL ABERYSTWYTH, On Wednesday, April Jfth, 1900, ''i.t 3-35 in the Afternoon, J Lpfc X—All that LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE > known as .• r -n rp 15, PORTLAND STREET Having an unexpired term of 24 year-s from Octoper, .1899, at the yearly ground rent of 5s per annum and now in the goqurtion of Miss baniel. < Lot 2.—AU that LEASEHOLD' DWELLING HOUSE, VTIATOTI QO ?" 17, PORTLAND STREET adjoining the above-mentioned house, and also has an unexpired lease of 24 years, at the yearly ground rent of 5s.per annum. Each house contains Two Reception Rooms, | Four Bedrobms, and Two Attic Bedrooms, Kitchen, j Back Kitchen, and usual Offices, also small Garden. I Possession of both houses may be had on the | 12th day of May, 1900. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER 12, North Parade, Aberystwyth. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF VALUABLE LEASEHOLD PROPERTY MR. J. E. JAMES has been instructed to Sell ^by Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1900, At 3 o'clock in the Afternoon. Subject to conditions to be then read and produced All those 10 DESIRABLE and RECENTLY-ERECTED LEASEHOLD MESSUAGES or Dwelling Houses, with the Out Offices and Gardens respectively, belonging thereto, and known as Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 PENGLAISE TERRACE ABERYSTWYTH; (All occupied by respectable Tenants). Held under a Lease from the Penglaise Estate for the term of 75 years from the 1st day of November, 1894, at the annual Ground Rent of 936, and subject to the Lessee's Covenants and conditions therein contained. Each of the above Houses is substantially built, and contains on the Ground Floor, front and back parlours, kitchen, pantry, wash-house, and Out- offices, and on the First and Second Floors respec- tively, two large rooms. The Property will be put up for Sale in one Lot and in the event of the same not being sold in one lot will be offered for sale in several lots, in which case the Ground Rent of k36 will be equally apportioned among the different lots. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 12, North Parade, Aberystwyth, or to Mr. JOSEPH DAVIES, Solicitor, Town Hall, Aberystwyth. MAESBANGOR, NEAR TY'NLLIDIART (Five miles from Aberystwyth). IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD STOCK. MR. J. E. JAMES will Sell by Public Auction at the above place, ON THURSDAY, APRIL 5TH, 1900, THE WHOLE OF THE FARMING STOCK COMPRISING: HORSES :-One powerful Cart Mare, five years old, winner of several prizes in local and other shows; powerful Cart Horse about 16'2 hands high, aged; Black Pony, 13-3 hands high, six years old, quiet to drive and ride THOROUGHBRED CHESTNUT MARE, in foal to "Lord Ventry;" Chestnut Hackney Pony, four years old. CATTLE :—Four Milch Cows in full profit, two ditto in calf, thirteen Store Bullocks, six Yearlings, six Calves. Ninety Prime FAT WETHERS (in lots). IMPLEMENTSTwo Scotch Box Carts, Waggon, Scotch Plough, two Diamond Harrows, one Chain Harrow, American Rake, Moulder, Scuffler, Chaffcutter (full size by Williams, Rhydd- lan), Corn Mill (by Stamford), Threshing Machine, Turnip Seed Drill, Feeding Troughs, Sheep Rack, Forks, Spades, &c., &c., together with several sets of Cart and Ploughing Harness, four Cart Collars, four Bridles, Head Collars, Hames, Riding Bridles, and Saddles. One two-wheel Dog Cart (by Rogers and Son, Oswestry) with lamp and cushions complete, one American Gig and Harness to match. Part of DAIRY REQUISITES, including End- over-end Churn, Butter Worker, Cream Separator (Alexandria), and numerous other articles. Luncheon at 12. Sale to commence punctually at 7 -30. Terms-Cre(tit on Conditions, Sales by Auction. ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TOWYN, SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. DANIEL, SON, and MEREDITH have been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TOWYN, On Friday, March 30th, 1900, A LARGE ASSEMBLAGE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. Particulars in Posters and Handbills. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. Town of Machynlleth. SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES AND A PLOT OF BUILDING LAND. MR. D. DAVIES WILLIAMS has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Public Auction at the LION HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH, On WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of APRIL, 1900 At 2 P.M., All those TWO jyjpSSUAGES OR JEWELLING JJOUSES, GARDENS & JpREMISES Situate at MALDWYN PLACE, in the town of Machynlleth, now in the respective occupations of Richard L. Sangcrs and John Williams, at the yearly rent of Lg each. Also, all that PIECE or PLOT OF LAND adjoining the last mentioned, measuring 70 feet 3 in. long by an average width of 18 feet. The Houses are substantially built and are situate near the Machynlleth Cambrian Railway Station. Possession of all the property may be had on the 12th day of May next. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER or to Mr. JOHN ROWLANDS, Solicitor, Madagascar House, Machynlleth. Machynlleth, 20th March, 1900. 4HEIDOL VALE VILLA, LLANBADARN FAWR, NEAR ABERYSTWYTH. MR. R. K.. JENKINS }ias been instructed by Hope Edwards, Esq., to' sell by Public Auction at the Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth, on WEDNESDAY, ÅPRIL 25TH, at 3 o'clock p.m., that Desirable and Well-built FREEHOLD VILLA known as RHKIDOL VALB VILLA. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, 10, Portland Street. ]'¡' Public Notices. TO the Ratepayers of w, ,1 Barmoutk. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Having being nominated by several Ratepayers in my absence from home, as A Candidate for the BarmottCh Urban District Council, and since my return been pressed by those gentlemen and other influential ratepayers to stand for election, I have decided to do so. As you are, no doubt, aware that my interests in Barmouth are large, and the success of the place is to myself personally a very serious matter, in- dependent of the large interests others also have in which I also share. I do feel very strongly that Barmouth does not occupy that position as a Watering Place she is so justly entitled to, and when we consider the natural advantages and beautiful surroundings as against those enjoyed by many other similar resorts that have not our advantages of either climate or scenery, it is to me a source of great grief that we have not during the winter months a full complement of visitors. Among other things necessary for the benefit of the town this is most desirable, and that it can be accomplished I have no doubt, as it is only a question of ways and means. We have plenty of well-wishers outside, and I am almost certain there are many others here who would do their utmost to bring this most desirable state of things to a successful issue. I must confess very much has already been done by the present Couacil, and although one has been tempted to criticise some of the things that have happened, still it is very pleasant to know that generally things are much improved and that schemes have been projected that will no doubt be very much to the advantage of Barmouth, and they have my hearty support. I believe that, in a rising place like this is (for really we are only starting to become known as a first-class seaside resort) you should elect to repre- sent you on the District Council only men of broad views and sound financial knowledge, whose motto should be Efficiency with Economy," and if you do me the honour to elect me, I shall place myself at your services, feeling myself duty bound to give an account of my stewardship when you ask me to do so. I feel that healthy though things look that no large undertaking or business of any kind in- volving great expenditure of money should take place without first being submitted for your approval, feeling that the Ratepayers ought to know everything that is taking place where their interests are concerned. I hold strong views that personal canvass ought not to be permitted. It is against the true principles of the Ballot Act and to freedom. So I trust the views expressed in this address will be acceptable to you. If elected, my time will be placed at the disposal of the Rate- payers for the advancement and improvement of our beautiful little town. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, BENJAMIN. J. ALLSOP. Corsygedol Hotel, March 20th, 1900. To the Ratepayers of Barmouth. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I have consented, at the request of the Rate- payers' Union, to become a candidate for a seat on the Urban District Couacil at the forthcoming election, I have offered my services before, and I now offer them again for the same purposed, viz., to be of use to my fellow ratepayers to promote the best and highest interest of the town. If elected, it shall always be my endeavoilt t.o do all in my power to assist in carrying out all I necessary, useful, and profitable improvements—and that in as speedy and economical a way as can be devised by the Council-I believed Barmouth has a future, and I believe also that all should make one common effort to hasten the days of prosperity. Respectfully soliciting your suffrages. I am, obediently yours, EVAN JONES, 2, Marine Parade. I MARGARET WILLIAMS, DECEASED. Pursuant to the Statute 22 and 23, Yic,Cap.25. | "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Per- having any claims against the Est, Margaret Williams, late of Gwarcaeav Ak* of: Parish of Llangwyryfon, in the Countv ¡;'n 'the spinster, who died on the 4th day #if.- ((Jardigan, Probate of whose Will was granf Sffkrch, 1899. Registry of Probate Division Vv'the Principal: Richard Morice, the exec .miamin Jones anti January, 1900, are re- the 13th day of such claims to thr 'send particulars of 20th day of A- ^fidersig^ed on or before the Executors of t; 'next, after which date the distribute „ 'said deceased will proceed to claims ftfi, Assets, having regnrdonly to the t'X. Xvtiieh theyball then have had Notice. the 27Ut day of March, 1900, ROBERTS & EVANS, j '•■df-Aberystwyth. 9 Public Notices. ABSTRACT OF RECEIPTS AND PAYMENTS. BY THE MACHYNLLETH RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. In respect of the Machynlleth, Pennal, and Scuborycoed Rural Districts for the HALF-YEAR ENDED 30TH SEPTEMBER, 1899. MACHYNLLETH RURAL DISTRICT. RECEIPTS. PAYMENTS. V £ s. d. £ s. d. Balance brought forwaitl- from 31st Swerage. 0 12 6 March, 1899 314 14 2 Waterworks 12 15 5 From Overseers—GeneraH "Expenses (in- Disinfectants 1 0 0 eluding Highways) 144 5 5 Salaries (Public Health) 39 10 1 From Overseers—Expens^^Srijecial) 12 0 0 Establishment Charges 6 16 7 Grant under Agricultural 89 12 4 Maintenance and Repair of District Roads 142 19 11 Other Receipts 0 4 0 Salaries (Highways).. 10 18 0 < Election Expenses 16 10 10 231 3 4 Blance 329 12 7 ? JM601511 4560 15 11 ERECTION ACCOUN# RE BRIDGE OVER DYFI. By Balance P,132 15 4,1 To Balance £ 132 15 4 LOAN ACCOUNT. By Balance £ 475 0 0 j To Balance £ 475 0 0 -I RE DYF": ERIDGE SUBSCRIPTION ACCOUNT. By Balance £ 204 0 5 1To Balance £ 204 0 5 PENNAL RURAL DISTRICT. Balance brought forward £ 13 7 0 Sewerage £ 0 IS 0 Grant under Agricultural Rates Act, 189# 7 10 2 Salaries (Public Health) 4 9 4 Maintenshce and Repair of District Roads 15 1 7 E20 17 2 Salarieft(Highways) 1 8 1 Balance due to the Treasurer 2 19 7 Establishment Charges 2 1 9 £23 16 9 £23 16 9 SCUBORYCOED RURAL DISTENT. Balance brought forward iE7 10 0 Salaries (Public Health) L4 5 5 Fromr Overseers—General Expenses (in- Establishment Charges 2 6 5 eluding Highways) 8 10 3 Maintenance and Repair of District Roads 6 3 3 Grant ui^er Agricultural Rates Act, 1896 7 9 10 Salaries (Highways). 1 3 11 13 19 0 Balance 9 11 1 iP23 10 1 iC23 10 1 ;————— ;9- I Hereby Certify that the Accounts of the above named Rural District Council were audited by Nugent C. Simner, Esq., Assistant District Auditor, on the 15th day of March, 1900, and that the foregoing is a correct Abstract of such Accounts. D. EVANS, Clerk to the said Council. 23rd March, 1900. At Drethd&lwyr v Sermo. J FONEDDIGESAU A BONEDDIGIOp Gan fy mod wedi fy enwebu fel Ymgeisydd am Sedd ar y Cyngor Dinesig, gan, fel y deallaf, am- ines ryw DrethdalwjSr o ddylanwad yn fy absenoldeb, Yn ychwanegol at hyny, ar fy nychwejiad adref fe bwyswyd yn drwm iawn arnaf gan.Jraill ag sydd drethdalwyr caawrion, yn gystal a«:han nifer o weithwyr, i barharr yn fy y&geisiaetm felly yr wyf, 0 dan yr .amgylchiadau, wedi boffcani gwneyd hyny. Credaf y gwyr lluaws mawr o honoch fod i mi ddyddordeb mawr a buddianau lawer yn yr Aber- maw. Fel, o ganlyniad, y mae llwyddiant y dref yn dal perthynas agos a phwysig a mi fy hun, yn annibynol ar feddianau boneddigion eraill ag yr wyf yn dwyn cyssylltiad a hwy. Teimlaf yn gryf iawn naf yw y Bermo" eto wedi cyrhaedd y safle fel Ymdrochle ag y mae ganddi hawl gyfiawn iddo. A phan ystyriwn gymaint ydym yn ragori, o ran manteision naturiol, ynghyda'r prydferthweh dihafal a'n cylchyna ar leoedd eraill ag sydd yn wrthymgeiswyr a ni fel cyrchfanau Ymwelwyr, ai nid rhyfedd na buasem eisoes wedi cyrhaedd eafie uwch. Y mae yn ffynonell o ofid i mi nad oes genym, yn misoedd y gauaf, gyflenwad mwy o Ymwelwyr. Credaf y gellir cael cyflenwad a fyddo gymesur ag addas- rwydd y lie fel Cyrchfan Auafol. Yr wyf hefyd o'r farn nad oes bossibl gwneud gormod er gwneud y dref yn adnabyddys fel un or lleoedd cymmwysaf i fod yn drigfod auafol ir gwan a'r methiantus, yn ogystal ag i eraill ag sydd lioff o helwriaeth. Ond y cwestiwn ydyw, sut i gael y pethau hyn oddiam- gylcb. Tybiaf y gellid, gydag ^ychydig gydweith- rediad o du y Cyngor a'r Trethdalwyr, wneud llawer yn y cyfeiriad yma. Y mae i ni hefyd Iuaws mawr o ewyllyswyr da yn byw tuallan i'n tref ag y byddai yn llawen ganddynt wneud eu hegni i'n cynorthwyo yn y gwaitb gwir angenrheidiol hwn Mae yn lion iawn genyf ddwyn tystiolaeth i'r gwaith rhagorol sydd wedi ei wneud gan y Cyngor ¡ presenol, er efallai, y temtir un weitbiau i feirniadu rhai o'u gweithrediadau; eto hyfryd iawn yw teimlo ein bod ar y cyfan yn gallu datgan yn groew ein cymeradwyaeth o'r rhan fwyaf o'u gwaith yn y gorphenol. A'n bod hefyd mewn llawn gydymdeimlad a'r gwaith sydd ar law ganddynt yn y presenol. Ac os etholir fi genych, rhoddaf i'w gweitbredoedd y cynorthwy mwyaf calonog. Credaf y dylid mewn lie cynyddol fel y Bermo (oherwydd, mewn gwirionedd, prin wedi cycbwyn yr ydym eto ar ein gyrfa 0 lwyddiant) fod yn ofalus iawn pwy i'w ethol fel cynrychwyr ar y Cyngor Dinesig. Ni ddylid ond ethol dynion gyda syniadau clir ac eang am bosibilrwydd y lie, ac yn ddynion yn meddu gwybodaeth drylwyr am y modd i awn ddefnyddio cyllid y trethdalwyr. Eu barwyddair ddylai fod "Cynildeb" ac Effeithioldeb." Sicrhaf chwi mai dyna gaiff fod fy arwyddair i os anrbydeddwch fi a'ch ymddiried- aeth. Rhoddaf fy hun i'ch gwasanaetb gan deimlo fy hun yn gwbl rwym i roddi i chwi, ba pryd bynag y gelwir genych am hyny, gyfrif o'm goruchwyliaethi Teimlaf, erfod pethau yn edrych yn iach a chalonog yn awr, na ddylid ymgymeryd ag unrhyw walth na symudiad ag a olyga gostau mawrion, heb yn gyntaf roddi pob cyfleusdra t'r Etholwyr yn gyffredinol draethu eu barn arno, a'r farn hono i fod yn derfynol ar y pryd. Oherwydd y Trethdalwyr, fel y cyfryw, raid ddwyn y baich. Credaf yn gryf na ddylai yr Etholwyr roddi yr un gefnogaeth i bleidgeisiaeth bersonol, oblegid y mae hyny yn hollol groes i egwyddor y Tugel (Ballot). Gwnaed pob Etholwr ei feddwl i fyny yn annibynol ar deilyngdod cymarol y gwahanol ymgeiswyr. Os yw fy ngolygiadau fel y datgenir hwy yn y Cylch-lythyr hwn yn dderbyniol genycb, gobeithiaf y gwnewch fy nghynorthwyo drwy eich pleidlais ddydd yr Etholiad. Ac os y bydd i chwi, fel y credaf y I gwnewch, fy ethol, bydd fy amser at alwad y Trethdalwyr i wneud fy oil yn fy ngallu i hyrwyddo a pberffeithio y dref brydferth yn roha un y meddaf, fel chwithau, yr anrhydedd 0 gyfaneddu. Ydwyf, Foneddigesau a Boneddigion, Eich ufuidaf wasanaethydd, BENJAMIN J. ALLSOPP. pOi'g—d°l Hotf^ Mawrtil gofed, jQgfl, .I TH? Cf°mTitte,e of Aberystwyth Infirmary JL invite Tenders for th.e Sdfcply of Flour, Groceries, Meat, Milk, and Coal for the next Six Months. J Ad H. rr A secretary, of whom Forms 01 Tender may be obt J J j&mea. NEW EEDS I HADAtl NEWYDD II r P.. TAYLOR begs to inform his numerous Customers that he has received his annual of garden and field seed of the best pos- sible-quality. Early potatoes of various kinds; best early, and Marrow; Fat Peas, and all other sfteds. j E. P. TAYLOR, Fri,itfornT, Greengrocer-, ahc1 Radnor House, Game Dealer. Terrace-rd., Aberystwyth. INDIAN FAMINE FUND. i THE Maycrr ot Aberystwyth, at tb* request of JL the Lord Mayor of London, invites subscrip- tions to thefrmc1 being raised for the relief of the sufferers by the present appalinramine in India. Donatictes are earnestly solicited, and may be paid to -any of the banks in the town, or to me direct. C. M* WT'TjLIAjI?. Mayor r th -lilarcb, TO THE RATEPAYERS OF BARMOUTH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, I have been elected by the Ratepayers' Union am a candidate for the Barmouth Urban District Council and beg to offer my services as one of your representatives. I prefer, before making promises that possibly I may not be able to perform, to acquaint myself more fully with the views of the Ratepayers, and the reasonable and practical requirements of the Town. I shall only promise this, that should you do me the honour to elect me, I will give my full attention to the duties of the office, and will do my best, without fear or favour, to promote the prosperity of the whole community. I believe that there are great possibilities for the development of the (town as: a winter resort, owing to its natural beauty, situation, and suitable climatic conditions. This end, I think, could be attained in Barmouth as in other places of eren less favourable natural conditions by the institution of popular entertainments and amusements during the winter months as well as during the summer season. Having had considerable experience in organizing similar entertainments in other towns, I do not hesitate to lay my services in the matter at the commands of the Ratepayers should such be their wishes. I am in sympathy with the general improvements at present taken in hand by the Council, and consider that this good work will be maintained by those who are elected, if they work together with a heartfelt desire for the common good of all the inhabitants. I am, Your most obedienfservant, TOM ABRAHAM. Old Belle Vue, Barmouth, March 24th, 1900. AT Drethdalwyr yr Abermaw. FONEDDIGESAU A BONEDDIGION, Yr wyf wedi fy newis gan Undeb y Tretbdalwyr yn ymgeisydd am aelodaeth ar y Cyngbor Dinesig, a dymunaf gyflwyno fy hunan i'ch sylw fel y cyfryw. Cyn gwnenthur o honof addewidion pendant nas gallaf o bosibl byth eu cyflawni, dymunwn yn gyntaf oil ymgydnabyddu mwy a golygiadau y Trethdalwyr, ynghyd ag anghenion y Dref a'r Dosbarth. Hyn yn unig a addawaf ar hyn o bryd, os anrhydeddwch fi a'ch pleidleisiau, ac cs byddaf lwyddianus yn fy ymgeisiaeth yr ymgysegraf i ddyledswyddau y swydd, ac y gwnaffy ngoreu beb dderbynwyneb nac ofn er llwyddiant y Dosbarth a'r Trigolion. Credaf y perthy-n i'r Abermaw gymhwysderau neillduol fel lie i d iieitbriaid auafu ynddo (Winter Resort), yn herwydd ei safle gysgodol ac hinsawdd rhagoroli Er mwyn ei wneuthur yn lie poblogaidd fel y cyfryw, mantais nid bychan a fyddai sefydliad- au a chyfarfodydd a hyfforddia i'r ymwelwyr gyf- leusderau i ymddifyru yn ystod misoedd y Gauaf yn gystal a thymor yr Haf. (jan ty mod wedi cael profiad lawer mewn ffurfio cyfarfodydd adloniadol o'r fath mewn trefydd ereill, byddai yn bleser genyf wneuthur cyffelyb wasanaeth os yn gymeradwy gan breswylwyr vr Abermaw. 3 ^r hiewn cyciym^eimlad holloi diwyg- iadan sydd ar droed ar hyn o bryd, a hyderaf y bydd i'r cyffelyb gael eh cario Julan yn effeithiol gan y Cvnghry^ pwy byrtag a fyddo yr aelodau a etholir, xt amcan mawr a ddylai fod mewn golwg yw cario allan ddymuniadau y Trethdalwyr, a hyny yn y modd rhataf a mwyaf effeithiol ag sydd bosibl er llwyddiant cyffredinol y dref. I Ydwyf, Eich ufudd was, TOM ABRAHAM, 1 1 Hen Belle Vue, Abermaw, Mawrth 24ain, 1900. CORPORATION OF ABERYSTWYTH. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. 1 TMS TOWN COUNCIL invite Tenders for building Six Workmen's Houses on site r.ear Smithfield-roau. Plans a lid specifications may be seen at thegCorporation Offices. | Tenders to be sent to me. endorsed Workmen's Houses," on or before Monday, April 2nd, 1900, The lowest orfcny tender will not necessarily be accepted. (Signed) REES JONES, Corporator- Offices. Borough Surveyor. Marin, 22nd, 1900. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. BRYNRYCHEN QUARRY. FTNE BUILDING STONES delivered at Aber- J)L' ystwyth Railway Station at 3s.4d. per at Quarry. Is. 8d. per ton.—Ar/oly to n: i ij&Licixii. Business Notices. JAMES'S Eondon and Proul'"ncI"'alt. Stores, I Condon and provincial Stores, 32 & 34, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Messrs. John James & Co. BEG TO OFFER A CHOICE SELECTION OF FINEST FRUIT AND OTHERARTICLES FOR THE PRESENT SEASON. Valencia Raisins, 3d., 4d., and 5d. per lb. Currants, 2d., 3d., 4d., and 5d. per g Sultanas, 5d. and 6d. per lb. Figs in Boxes, Is., Is. 6d., and 2s. 6d. French Plums in Bottles, Is. 2d. and 2s. 4d. Prunes, 5d. per lb. Muscatells, Is. 2d. and Is. 4d. per lb. Metz Fruit, 5d., 10di., and Is. 9d. per box. 2 2 Also Mince Meat in I and 2 lb. Jars. ——————— New CANDIED PEEL, LEMON or ORANGE SPECIALLY-SELECTED FINEST NEW CITRON. BEST QUALITY OF CHOCOLATES. fiuntlep and Palmer's, and Peek rran's CAKES & BISCUITS IN FANCY TINS f W. & A. GILBEY'S WINES AND SPIRITS. Castle Spey Royal" in Square Amber Bottles, Choicest and Oldest procurable 4s. per bottle; Castle Glenlivet Special Scotch, very old, 3s. 6d. per bottle; John Jameson's Special Irish, 3s. 6d. per bottle; Spanish Brandy, from Jerez, 3s. per bottle, 4s. per bottle Pale Cognac Brandy, 5s. 6d. per bottle; Hennessey & Martell's Brandy, 1, 2, and 3 stars. ALSO^CHEAP BRANDIES FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES. BURGOYNE'S AUSTRALIAN WINES. ¡, Champagnes of the Principal Shipperso-oo Moet & Chandon, White Dry Sillery IN G. H. Mumm's Dry QUARTS Perrier Jouet Dry Creaming AND Pommery and Greno „ PINTS Giesler „ No better guarantee of the quality and value of W. & A. GILBEY'S Wines and Spirits can be given than the fact that about every FOURTEENTH Bottle of WINE and THIRTY-NINTH BOTTLE of SPIRITS consumed in he United Kingdom is supplied from W. & A. -GILBEY"S Stock. BASS & CO'S Pale ilk and Special Stouts.. In Imperial Pints and Half-pint Bottles, in Splendid Condition, also in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks. PROPRIETORS", JOHN JAMES & Co. ABERYSTWYTH. _H' E. L. ROWLANDS, FAMILY AND GENERAL GROCEK, I LIVERPOOL HOUSE, ABERDOVEY., I Choi* £ Selection o General Provisions and Italian Goods, etc., always in Stock. i—— JAMES McILQUHAM, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GLASS, CHINA, AND EARTHENWARE DEA" BRIDGE END STORES, ABERYSTWYTH. TEA, BREAKFAST AND DESSERT SERVICES. STOURBRIDGE AND OTHER Everything down to the lowest Culinary Articles. One of the Largest Stocks in Waie, t Contractor for Hotels and Public Institutions. Special attention given to Badged anc Services Matched, no matter where purchased. Goods Lent out on Hi 1.1)( EXPERIENCED ACKER KEPT. Inspection invited and your patiwaage lieS1