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1 NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. A rrayron. Barmouth. .Lg, Doig: Uty. Machynlleth, Lampeter, &cn &c.
I THE "Ulclsh Gazette" 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 town?) in England. 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 town in England. ■ PRICE ONE PENNY. ■| Apartments. I ABERAYRON.-Black Lion Hotel, Alban Sq nare, -f*- Good Accommodation for Cyclists and Travellers. Terms Moderate. /MORRIS, en route tor Talyllyn Lake.—Braichgoch H Hotel, Family and Commercial House; Good Stabling: and Lock-up Coach Houses. — MARY OWEN, Proprietress. Jk PARTMENTS.—2, Marine Terrace, Barmouth, H consists of 4 sitting rooms and 9 bedrooms. Excellent scenery; very moderate terms. Apply ■ Mrs. Jones. ^1 r | TRINITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- venient to sea and station.—MRS. EDWARDS. N. QNOWDOX HOUSE, 4, Victoria Terrace. Private IO apartments.—ME. JEKINS. ■ T AMPETER.—BARRY HOUSE, Bridge Street, ■ Apartments at moderate charges.—Apply to ■ Mrs. REES. N LAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is M C centrally situated and commands full view of ■ «ea. First-class apartments. Moderate terms. H Reduced charges for winter months; hot and cold ■ baths sanitary arrangements pcrfect —Mrs. ANKERS. I BRIDGE HOTEL, I LLANDRINDOD WELLS. I (Fully licensed.) I XCELLEI.\TT accommodation; first-class Cuisine; H J2j electric light throughout; billiard room; I bowling and tennis lawns: recreation rooms and ■ every other comfort. Extensive alteration omp-eted I OCEAN VIEW HOUSE, I SUPERIOR BOARDING I ESTABLISHMENT. I 'VICTORIA (Marine) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH OCEAN VIEW HOUSE is modern built, stands in best part of Marine Terrace, commands unin- terrupted sea view. Moderate terms by the day or week. MRS. A. KENSITT, Proprietress. Wanted. APARTMENTS WANTED by a Dentist; single has some furniture.—" W. Gazette Office, -Aberystwyth. "Y" ARCH AND OAK TREES Wanted in quanti- -Li ties.—John Evans, Timber Merchant, Caersws, 'Mont. ANTED immediately,' experienced General ▼ » Servant; two in family.—Apply, ELLIS, Ironmonger, Aberystwyth. — ■ 'W,'r ANTED, a Servant (Welsh), over 21, to do » washing, baking, and assist generally under the Matron. — Apply to the MASTER, Workhouse, Lampeter. WANTED, Unfurnished, Sunny Room, per- manency.—Terms, 'Sic., to "ALPHA, GAZETTE Office. APARTMENTS.—Wanted Three or Four Rooms in Aberystwyth, with attendance, &c., suitable for Dentist.—Apply by Friday morning, W. 0 JONES, Post Office, Aberystwyth. GENERAL Servant wanted at once. — Mrs MORGAN, Milliner, 18, Pier Street, Aber- ystwyth. ANTED a Strong: Boy, about 15 or 16, to ff learn the trade and willing to drive occasionally. Good home. O. D. WILLIAMS, & Co. Grocers, Aberkenfig, Bridgend. ENERAL SERVANT, capable and experienced ~W who can do plain cooking, wanted. Wages, £ 15.—Mrs FENTON, 5, Vineyard Hill, Wimbledon. To Let. HIGH STREET LAMPETER. TO BE LET with immediate possession, the Dwelling-house and Shop, together with Stable, Cow-house, Coach-house, etc., known as the Queen's Arms. For further particulars apply to W. Doran, Peterwell Estate Office, Lampeter. Sept. 10, 1900. rP° BE LET.—Two newly-built Warehouses or ^orksh°ps in Portland-road.—Apply, 32, North Parade. For Sale. TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, at once, a Rick of Meadow Hay.—Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Queens-road, Aberystwyth. TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, a desirable Dwelling House, situate in Rail way-terrace, containing 8 rooms.-Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. FLOWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Palms, See., on Hire for Decoration.—Apply HEAD GARDENER, Queen s Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. FIREWOOD FOR SALE in Truck Loads at Moderate Kates.—Apply John Evans, Steam Saw Mills, Caersws, Mont. FOR SALE.—Two £ 5 Shares in s.s. Countess of Lisburne.—What offers'? Write S.S. WELSH GAZETTE," Aberystwyth. 'For Sale.—Cowkeepers and Dairy \9 « Provision Business; Established years; worked by owner who will gi-ant lease. -Apply, J. ELLIOTT, 65. Roman Road, Old Ford, .London, E. Sales by Auction. CARDIGANSHIRE. To BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION on an Early Date, unless previously disposed of by private treaty by MR. J. E. JAMES by order of Mr Jenkins, THE FREEHOLD ESTATE Known as GLANBRENIG, ON T'(IESI)A Y, JANUARY 29th, 1901, Containing :by admeasurement 50 Acres or there- abouts. The Dwelling House is modernly con- structed, pleasantly situated, within a mile of the town of Tregaron, on the M. and M. Railway. The Land is of rich pasture, on Banks of the River Brenig and the Teify, noted for Trout fishing. 1Q^r particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER, 1*2, North Parade, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PREMISES AND BUTCHERS' BUSINESS. "jVJTR J. E. JAMES has received instruc- -L?Jl tions from Mr Herbert Matthews to Sell by Public Auction, unless previously disposed of by private treaty, On WEDNESDAY, 23r.d JANUARY, 1901, at the ]-ion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, at three o'clock in the afternoon, all that valuable Lease- hold Dwelling House, Shop, and Premises known as No. 25, NORTH PARADE, subject to conditions then and there produced, which is h-f-lid uncler a lease from the Corporation of Aberystwyth, of which there are 73 years unex- pired, at the annual ground rent of £ 2 i4s. This property is situate in the main thorough- fare of the town and commands a grand position as a shop, being within a few yards of Terrace-road, which is also one of the busiest thoroughfares. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer or to T. J. Samuel, Esq., Solicitor, both of Aber- ystwyth. ALSO "jV/TR J. E. JAMES will offer for Sale afc 3-30 X P-m-, all that Lai'ge and Extensive Premises known as the old Cambrian Neivs Works situate in Mill-street. This property is held under an under lease for 38 years from the 12th Mav, 1882, at the yearly ground rent of P,12, SMITIIFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF PONIES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AND MEAT VAN. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, On Monday, Febnary 4th, 1901, by MR. J. E. JAMES (By order of Mr Herbert Matthews, who is giving up the Butchering business), the following PONIES, TRAPS. AND HARNESS, comprising Pony Stallion, rising two years old six-year-old Pony in foal; three Market Traps, two of which are equal to new; one small Spring Cart; threegood sets of Harness. silver and brass-mounted. several Riding Bridles, &c.; also two excellent Sheep Dogs, and one Rubber-tyred Meat Van equal to new; one Meat Hand Truck, together with a number of Milk Churns, Pig Troughs, and many other useful articles. TERMS-Six months' credit on conditions. Sale to commence at two o'clock sharp. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. 1^/W^R. R. K. JENKINS will offer for Sale by Public Auction, AT AN EARLY ÐATE, Several LEASEHOLD HOUSES in the Town of Aberystwyth. To be Sold. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. rpo BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1900 (except where otherwise stated), standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also under- mentioned, viz. Estimated Estimated STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weight. Tons. Tons. Llanymynech 7 Pensarn 4 Llansaintffraid 6 Harlech (1899) 7 Kerry (1899) 2* Harlech 84 Llanidloes 9 Talsarnau (1899) 64 Kerry (1899) 2* Harlech 84 Llanidloes 9 Talsarnau (1899) 64 St. Harmons Talsarnau 6 (1899) 14 Portmadoci 4 Builth 5 Criccieth (1899) 10 Ahergedw 34 Criccieth 9 Boughrood 6 Alerereh (1899) 5 Borth 24 Abererch 7 Pensarn (1399) 4 Total 114 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to C. S. DENNISS, Secretary. Oswestry, December, 1900. Public Notices. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOL, QUEEN'S HALL, PEOPLE' PALACE, JAN. 24TH. WORLD'S FAIR, AGRICULTURAL HALL. TUSSAUD'S EXHIBITION, BAKER STREET. ROYAL AQUARIUM. ST. JAMES' PARK. On WEDNESDAY, January 23rd, 1901, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS WILl, BE ISSUED TO L 0 N D 0 N Time of Third Class Fares for the Starting Double Journey. 2 Days 5 Days 8 Days p.m. Tickets. Tickets. Tickets. A1 xrystwvth. 12 30) Bow Street .12 401 *Llanfihangel 12 45 J- 1()Q Borth .12 50| < Teftrl 01 C *Ynyslas .12 55) JL i 5. Glandovey .17) 1 1 o t Machynlleth. 1 35 f Xxo* Carriages will run through to London (Euston). Passengers Return from London (Euston) as under:— Two Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Thursday, January 24th. Five Days Passengers return at 9.45 p.m. on Monday, January 28th. Eight Days Passengers return at 9.45 p.m. on Wednesday, January 30th. ♦Passengers for Ynyslas and Llannliangel, re- turning by the 9-45 p.m. ex Euston, must alight at Borth. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist Arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained from Mr. W. H. GOUGH, Superin- tendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, January, 1901. To be Sold. TO TIMBER MERCHANTS AND OTHERS. TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. 1000 (More or less) Larch Poles 850 (More or less) Larch Trees Now growing on Dolcaradog Farm, in the Parish of Machynlleth. They are of 33 years' growth, and nicely adapted for Colliery and Mining purposes. They stand within about Four Miles from Machyn- lleth Station, and within a short distance of the Main Road. On application to Owner by Post the Timber will be shown to intending purchasers, as well as to point out the way of exit from the Plantation to the Road. Address- EDWARD DAVIES, Dolcaradog, MACHYNLLETH. Public Notices. THE SALMON FISHERIES ACT. DOVEY, MAWDDACH, &, GLASLYN SALMON FISHERY DISTRICT. LICENCES TO FISH FOR TROUT. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that on and after the Second day of February next it will be illegal to fish for trout within the above district without a licence. Season licences can be procured by the undersigned at his office at Queen's-square, Dolgelley, on payment of one shilling; also, of the several persons who are authorised to sell licenses to fish for salmon in the district. And further, that a byelaw has been duly made and confirmed prescribing the form of such licences and the duty payable for the same. Dated this Seventh day of January, 1901. W. R. DAVIES, Solicitor, Clerk to the Board of Conservators. NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE HORTI- CULTURAL SOCIETY. NOTICE. TO ALL SUBSCRIBERS of 10s. 6d. and up- wards, being Members of the Society (as per Rule 3) notice is hereby given that the Annual Meeting will be held at the Town Hall, Aberyst- wyth, on Friday, the 18th of January instant at 7 p.m. H. G. ATWOOD. Secretary. Baker-street, Aberystwyth, 9th January, 1901. ABERYSTWYTII INFIRMARY. NOTICE. THE Annual General Meeting of the Governors and Subscribers of the above Institution will be held at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, on Satur- day, February 2nd, at 11 a.m. BUSINESS 1. To receive Report and Balance Sheet of last year. 2. To elect President. 3. To elect members on Committee and Auditor IN BANKRUPTCY. Be THOMAS HOPKINS, of Gray's Inn-road, Aberystwyth, Builder and Contractor. TENDERS are invited for the Timber, Stock in Trade, and Machinery of the above, now ( in the Workshops, Queen-street and Gray's Inn- i road, and in Railway-terrace. For further particulars apply to D. C. Roberts (trustee), timber merchant, Trefechan, Aber- L ystwyth, where list of effects may be Inspected. 1 Tenders to be sent to the Trustee on or before Thursday, the 31st inst. NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK. LIMITED. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FOURTH DIVIDEND. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Dividend of Ten Shillings per Share for the Half-year ended 31st ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and a Bonus of Eight Shillings per Share (making a total distribution for the year of 16 per cent) will be paid to the proprietors on and after the 18th instant, at the Head Office and the various branches, and at the London and Westminister Bank, Lothbury, London. The Income Tax will, as usual, be paid by the Bank. < The TRANFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from this date to the 18th instant, inclusive. By order of the Directors, T. ROWLAND HUGHES, General Manager, Liverpool, 4th January, 1901. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. TOURIST BOOKINGS DURING THE WINTER MONTHS. Tourist tickets, available for two months, will be issued from the principal stations to all health resorts on the Cambrian Railways, also to watering places in England, North Wales, English Lake District, North East Coast, etc., etc., during the winter months. Tourist tickets, available for two months, will also be issued from the principal stations on most of the other Companies' Lines to the various tourist resorts on the Cambrian Railways. All information regarding excursion trains and tourist arrangements on the Cambrian Railways may be obtained from Mr. W. H. GOUGH, super- intendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS. Secretary and General Manager. November, 1900. GOGINAN. CYNHELIR Eisteddfod Fawreddog YN Y LLE UCHOD, GROGLITH NESAF. PRIF DDARN: O'R DYFNDER Y LLEFAIS (Samuel).. £ 4 A THLWS. CORAU MEIBION MWYNDER Y MEUSYDD (Protheroe). £ 3 A THLWS. Ysgrifenydd; H. M. EVANS, Penbryn, GOGINAN. DAVID MORGAN, DRAPERY MILLINERY ESTABLISHMENT, 18 J*TER J^jTREET> ABERYSTWYTH. Public Notices Aow Ready, Part Two. Price One Shilling nett. A HISTORY OF ABERYSTWYTH. ABERYSTWYTH, ITS COURT LEET. 1690-1836, WITH SUPPLEMENTAL CHAPTKKS TO 1900, BY GEO. EYRE EVANS, Author of Whitchurch of Long Ago,' 'Midland Churches,'$c, SUBSCRIBERS: HER MAJESTY, THE QUEEN MAYOR ANDCORPORATION OF ABERYSTWYTH SIR JAMES HILLS-JOHNES, V,C., and LADY HILLS- JOHNES. SIR LEWIS MORRIS. SIR JAMES WEEKS SZLUMPER. MATTHEW LEWIS VAUGHAN DAVIES, M.P. JOHN WILLIAM WILLIS-BUND, M.A., LL.B., FS.A. THOMAS FRANCIS ROBERTS, M.A.. PRINCIPAL U.C.W. JOHN HUMPHREYS DAVIES, J.P., Cwrtmawr. HENRY CHARLES FRYER, J.P. JOSEPH DENSTON PERROTT, J.P. -THE ROYAL LIBRARY, BERLIN. THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY, OXFORD. ST. DAVID'S COLLEGE LIBRARY, LAMPETER. GUILD HALL LIBRARY, LONDON. FREE REFERENCE LIBRARY, CARDIFF. Do. Do. MANCHESTER. ETC., ETC., ETC. BY the consent of the Mayor and Corporation the original records of the Court Leet have been placed at the Author's disposal, and the result of his researches amongst these archives, those of the' Quarter Sessions of Cardiganshire, and other MSS. in the Record and various public offices will be printed immediately. The Work, with plates, will appear in 12 monthly parts at Is, nett per copy, and none will be issued other than to subscribers whose names will be printed, as customary, in the volume. Only a limited number. Further subscribers names will be added in rotation as received. The Plates will include original and unpublished sketches of the Old Guild Hall, the First St. Michael's Chapel, Our Lady's Mill, the Plan of the Town, with the Walls, (from the Morris MSS in British Museum). The Silver Badge of the Harbour Master, &c., &c. Published by the WELSH GAZETTE," ABERYSTWYTH, where all orders will be received. Dentistry. ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS. MESSRS MURPHY & ROWLEY, SURGEON DENTISTS, Honorary Dentists to the Aberyst y Infirmary and Cardiganshire General ospittl. •V ADDRESS— 54, TERRACE ROAD, A BERYSTWYTB 1 MR. ROWLEY begs to announce that he is now able to undertake Gold and all other Fillings, Urowns, Bridge-work and all the latest improvements n Modern Dentistry. Artificial Teeth in the latest English and Americas styles. rEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY UNDER GAS. Mr R. visits Machynlleth, Towyn, Aberayron, Tre- garon and Lampeter. Patients can be attended to any day at Aber- ystwyth. All atl-tbe most Moderate Charges. Full particulars on application. Business Notices. ] WINTER FASHIONS. C. M. WILLIAMS I BEGS respectfully to announce that he is now showing a good selection of NEW GOODS SUITABLE FOR■; THE PRESENT SEASON NEW HATS AND BONNETS. VEIV MILLINERY. NEW FEATHERS AND FLOWERS; NEW RIBBONS AND LACES. NEW DRESS MATERIALS. NEW GOWNS AND SILK SCARFS. NEW SILK UMBRELLAS, &c. NOTED HOUSE FOR STYLISH HATS AND BONNETS. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MOURNING ORDERS. GENTS' NEWEST SHAPES IN HATS AND CAPS, TIES, SCARFS COLLARS. CUFFS, &C. Inspection respectfully mritea. C. M. WILLIAMS GENERAL DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT 10, PIER STREET. ABERYSTWYTH. H. P. EDWARDS, BEEF, MUTTON AXD PORK BUTCHER, fit G REAT y^ARKGATE TREET ^BERYSTWYTH. BEST QUALITY MEAT ONLY SUPPLIED HOME-MADE SAUSAGES AXD PURE LATTD. HOME-CURED HAMS AND BACON CORNED JUL BEEF, AND PICKLED TONGUES. Business Notices. GIVING UP BUSINESS. E. & N. JENKINS 4, NORTH PARADE, BEG respectfully to inform the Inhabitants of Aberystwyth that they are disposing of their entire STOCK OF PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY LEATHER GOODS, Photographs, Purses, Pocket Books, Albums, Music Cases, etc., SUITABLE FOR EVERY-DAY USE, AT AN ENORMOUS REDUCTION IN PRICES. English and Welsh Songs, Half Price. It will repay you to call here before making your purchases elsewhere. 4, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. ESTABLISHED 1835. D. R. JONES AND SON, LADIES', GENTLEMEN'S & CHILDREN'S BOOT & SHOE IARER, 7-E RIDGE gTREET, ^BERYSTWYTB A large assortment of Children's Boots and Shoes always in Stock. Sand Boots in Great Variety. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. AGENT FOR HERCULES NOBILITY AND THE HOLDFAST BRAND. Lampeter Hand-sewn Boots always in Stock. COUGH MIXTURE FOR WINTER COUGH AND BRONCHITIS TRY ROBERT ELLIS'S COUGH MIXTURE AND CHEST TONIC. Wid. and 2s. 3d. per bottle, post free EAGLE RESTAURANT :26 G REAT .][)ARKGATE.STREET MEWLY PENED SITUATION CENTRA HOT DIXNERS AT J O'CLOCK EVERY MONDAY. REASONABLE CHARGES. EVERY CONVENIENCE I < Loinmodious Rooms, Suitable for Clubs, Committees, &c J. GWILYM EVANS, Family Grocer & Provision Merchant, THE STORES, HIGH STREET AND STATION ROAD, TOWYN. NOTED HOUSE FOR TEA. BEST IN PURITY AND FLAVOUR. NOTICE. TO PROMOTERS OF EISTEDDFODAU, CONCERTS, ETC., PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Quickly and Neatly Done AT THE WELSH GAZETTE OFFICES, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Posters, Tickets, Handbills, Programmes, etc., AT MODERATE CHARGES. Business Notices. NEW MARKET HALL MARKET STREET, A BERYSTWYTH. FURNISHED with STALLS for Butter, Cheese and -t- Egg Merchants, Corn Merchants, Green Grocers, Crockery Dealers, Flannel Merchants, Vendors of foys, &c. FIRST-CLASS CONCERT & BALL ROOM With Seating Accommodation for 700 Persons. Stage fitted with Beautiful Sceneries suit- able for Dramatic Entertainments. Every Convenience for School Treats and Private Parties. Catering undertaken for Excursionists, &c. D. M. HAMER PBOPRIETOB. [Established 1856.] E & SONS, jTailors, Outfitters, &c., OXFORD HOUSE, 65, NORTH p ARADE, ABERYSTWYTH X>EG to inform their rumerons~Cu^tOTi^i™and the Public generally, that they are now showing a Fine Selection of S VITIXC,S, RPROL\SERIAX;SR^VERCaATINGS &c., At their New and more Commodious Premises in North Parade, at MODERATE PRICES. LADIES' TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. All orders promptly executed on the Premises by experienced hands. Style and Fit guaranteed. Your esteemed favours respectfully solicited. Educational. Mr J. E. LEAH, A.R.C.O. (Lond) Organist and Choirmaster English Congregational Church, Aberystwyth. Lessons in Organ and Pianoforte Playing, Harmony, Counterpoint, &c. Theory Lessons by Correspondence. Address: Bourneville," North Road, Aberystwytb MISS PHILLIPS, CERT. R.A.M., R.C.M., AND TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, ORGANIST OF WESLEY CHURCH With experience in successfully preparing for the above Examinations. Receives Pupils for Organ, Pianoforte, and Singing. Terms on Application. ADDRESS 34, PIER STREET. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS J C T O R I A (MARINE) TERRACE A BERYiTWYTH. SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. f PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYE, Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Resident jrovernesses. REFERENCES— I rhomas Jones, Esq., B.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools-, Llanelly; The Rev. O. Evans, D.D., Kind's Cross, London. E. H. Short, Esq., H.M. Inspector, Aberystwyth. Principal Edwards, D.D., Bala Theological College. Principal Roberts, M.A., U.C.W. Principal Prys, M.A., Trevecca College. Dr Scholle Aberdeen University. Rev T. A Penry, Aberystwyth. Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms &c,, apply PRIiNCirALJ ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL HEADMASTER M R ]JAVID SAMUEL, M.A., (Cantab). SENIOR MISTRESS MISS EDITH M. jgWART, M.A., (Vict) ASSISTANT MASTERS AXD MISTRESS MR. rjlHOMAS QWBNS, ME J. II. H0W1LUB(^BF- MR. N. II. THO?>US, B.A., (Oxon). IISS S. E. T HOMAS, DRAWING MR. J. H. APPLETON, Cert. Art Master. School re-opens September 18th. 1900. Pupils requiring Railway Season Tickets will please apply to me forthwith. JOHN EVANS, 6, Portland Street, Clerk Aberystwyth H AIRDRE S SING. BUY YOUR ORNAMENTAL HAIR DIRECT FROM THE MAKER. A TARGE ASSORTMENT OF TRESSES OF HAIR, CYCLIST FRINGES, WIGS, SCALPS, PARTINGS, FRONTS, HAIR DYES, RESTORERS, all kinds of TOILET REQUISITES. LADIES' HAIR COMBINGS TASTEIULLY MADE A. JOINSON, jL-i ]P!EU gTl:EET> ^ERYSTWYTH Business Notices. WARD & CO's ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR Is the Noted Shop for TOYS And Every DescrIption of FANCY ARTICLES BEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE FO SMOKERS' REQ UISITES -I 8 GREAT DARKGATE STREET UMBRELLAS UMBRELLAS! UMBRELLAS =: e s= (J) to <: :;ø .J tn I > :E ::J =, UMBRELIA8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ALSO, UMBRELLAS RE-COVEltED Equal to New in 48 hours. AT DANIEL THOMAS 22 and 24, LITTLE DAKKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. BUY YOUR MEDICINES FROM DAVIES BROS. THE PHARMACY, LAMPETER! ALL DRUGS AND CHEMICALS O GUARANTEED PURITY FOR HIGH-CLASS OUTFITS GO TO TOM JONES, COLLEGE STREET, LAMPETER LATEST STYLE IN TAILORING COM BINED WITH MODERATE CHARGES. SEASONABLE GIFTS AT T. C. JONES' C;O- High Street, TOWYN. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Brooches, Scarf Tins, Studs, Links, Thimbles. Albert Chains, Novelties in hiectro-Plate, LADIES' AND GENT'S PURSES, Fancy Goods, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Briar and Meerschaum Pipes in C.es, Tobacco Jars, and many other useful articles too numerous to mention. NO SEA-SIDE PRICES—Same prices as large towns. Fishing Tackle of all kinds. Information given as to fishing in the district. HARFORD SQUARE. LAMPETER. WALTER DAVIES Is now making a Grand Display of the LATEST NOVELTIES Mantles, Capes, Jackets, Mackintosh Cloaks Furs, Costumes, etc., PLAIN AND FANCY DRESS FABRICS. P.S. Goeds not in Stock procured at Shortest Notice by Parcels arriving daiiy from London and other centre. IMPORTANT NOTICE. A NEW CHEMIST BUSINESS iN 33, TERRACE ROAD, ABERysnvYTii. (Opposite the Post Oliice). W. MI ALL JONES (From Eradley and Bourdas, London) Has opened the above Premises as a F IRST-CLASS P]IIARlil[.ICY A most varied Supply of PUREST DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES, PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, &c. &e«