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muuiM i—ii——<i«murif]"i•utiii rr ABERYSTWYTH. PUBLIC LIGHTs.-The greater part ot ..vrrace- Toadwasin darkness for a considerable time on Sunday eveningi-owiag to the electric light being out" in the pillar at the junction of that road and Portland-street. ABERYSTWYTH SCHOOLMASTERS'. — b nder_ this title Mr David Samuel, M.A., headmaster of the County School, is contributing a series of illustrated articles to Cymru," edited by Mr O. M. Edwards. They are of real local value and tli i-ow much li-lit upon the lives of the early Aberystwyth educationists. COUNTY SCHOOL LIBRARY.-By means of the. large sum obtained last Christmas at the lecture, ireely given on its behalf by Philip Sidney, the library has now been fairly started, with an admirable selection of standard volumes, chosen by the upper forms with the assistance of the Stall. SUCCESS.—-Amongst the successful candidates in the Cambridge local examinations appear the names of G. Morris, Sbifnal; M. C. Waterhouse, Oldham; A. E. Clueley, Willenhall; and A. Jack- son, Rochdale, all pupils of the Caerleon House School. C. M, Green and S. M. Thomas pupils of the Aberystwyth Grammar School, have also satisfied the examiners. REV. STOPFORD BROOKE, M.A., LL.D.—This distinguished man of letters and minister of the Gospel will shortly pay a week end visit to Aber- ystwyth, when he will address the students of U.C.W., and preach in the town on the following Sundav. Prior to withdrawing from the Established Church for conscience sake he was I one of the Chaplains to Her late Majesty the Queen. DIRTY ROADS.—Complaints are rife and strong respecting the dirty state at Llanbadarn Road which has in some parts become almost, impassable to pedestrians. Also that part at Plascrug road which skirts tie Cemetery is in urgeut want of attention. Scores of people have to forego their accustomed walk over this read owing to the mud, which is as effective a barrier as the Pillars ot Hercules of old with their ne plus ultra. A DESERVING CASE.—We have been requested to call attention to a concert to be held at the Welsh Baptist's Schoolroom on Thursday. March 7th, in order to help to raise funds to enable a young girl of 18, who has recently become totally blind to avail herself of the advantages of a train- ing at a school for the blind, and thereby lessen, as far as human aid can, the terrible affliction which has befallen her. When we state that every effort, :first to repair, and latterly to restore vision has been made, and that in indigent circumstances without avail, it need not be added that the case is deserving of generous support. DRAWING.—We note with pleasure that the Aberystwyth County School, through one of its scholars, Arthur Doughtorl Evans, son of Mr Williams, Rheidol Feundry, has contributed the first pen and ink sketch done locally, to the History of Aberystwyth." It represents the old town and house at the corner of Lewis-terrace and Chalybeate-street, where for 40 years or more, the late John Evans lived, whose Mathematical and Commercial School' held and that deservedly so high a place amongst educational establishments, in the first half of last century. The drawing, which shows the well remembered clock and sun- dial, is a valuable addition to the series ot plates now being issued, and closely links the County School with the earlier Academy. GARDENER'S SOCIAL.-It was a happy idea which prompted the active Paxton Society to hold a socal gathering at which members and their wives could meet, and make further acquaintance, the one with the other. The place chosen was the Buarth Hall, which, last Friday evening, was trans- formed into a large, well furnished drawing room, with tables loaded" ith Art and other finely illustrated books, reading lamps, and game*. Tea and refreshments were served at a buffet, and songs readings and music were given at intervals by the members. From beginning to end the evening was one of real pleasure and profit to all privileged to oe oresent; and the Society feels deeply indebted to the company of ladies who undertook the arrangements. PORTLAND-STREET JUVENILE BAND OF HOPE. —Though not heard of during the few wintry months tha.t have passed, it stilt holds weekly meetings. They have been favoured at several of .their meetings with the presence of Mrs Maynard from India, who has been entertaining the members and interesting them about the children of India, their manners, ways, mode of living, schools, teachers, aDd scholars. At one of these meetings several costumes were brought, and many of the children attired in them. Last Tuesday evening the children were given a little insight as to the mode of cooking, also some practical work was gone through, and before the close the children were quite elated with all they saw. Mrs Maynard's missionary work out in India is amongst children, so that she feels quite at home with the Band of Hope children. THE COUNTY SCHOOL,—The school has again < scored excellent successes in addition to those lately obtained Three of its former pupils, recently left school, have passed the London University Matricu- lation Examination. In the first division appear the names f John Arllwyd Jones, son of Mr David Jones, Post Office, Devils Bridge, and that of William Tom Williams, son of Mr W. Williams, Sea View-place. In the second division appears the name of David Jenkins, son of Mr John Jenkins, grocer, Queen-street. These pupils entered College in October last. Tom Williams obtained a College Scholarship of £20 and, in addition, JZ15 awarded by the Cardiganshire County Council. David Jenkins at the same time wen a College Scholarship of R,20, being placed third on the list, and in addi- tion got a county exhibition of Pl ft otii the County Council. Arllwyd Jones obtained the first of the two Lord Rendel's, Exhibition, awarded to pupils from Cardiganshire County Schools. All three pnpils have had very brilliant school careers, as is evinced by the various examinations which they have passed. HOCKEY.—On Saturday last, a'match was played, between the girls of the High School and the. County School, Aberystwyth, which, after a keenly contested game, resulted in a victory for the latter by one goal to nil. The girls of the County School showed themselves to be superior both in pace and combination, but lacked the steadiness and staying powers of their opponents, who pressed them very hard during the last ten minutes. In the play of the County School the excellent defence of Lilian Morgan, and the long and accurate passing of Katie I Griffiths. Mabel Pierce, and Nesta Morgan were the chief features. While Miss MarIes-Thomas by her fine goal-keeping and D. White, D. Lloyd Jones, J. White and W. Smitn, rendered invaluable services to the High School. The County School team were --Coal, Meta Garland full backs, Lizzie Morris, Edith S. Thomas (captain) half backs, Lilian Morgan, Minnie Jones, Victoria Bonner; forwards, Nesta Morgan, Elsie Brotherton, Katie Griffiths, Rachel Thomas and Mabel Pierce. The High School team Goal, Miss Maries-Thomas full backs, A. Grant and D. Tnomas half-back-, A. McCall. W. Smith. D. Morrison forwards, D. White, D. Russell, D. Lloyd Jones. J. White, JI. Tilde. ENTERTAINMENT.—On Friday evening a lantern entertainment was given at Tanycac Schoolroom in connection with the Band of Hope. Mr W. It Jones presided. The meeting was commenced by singing a hvmn. The first series of views shown comprised miscellaneous and comic subjects for the children, which were mostly described by Mr David Owen. The second series was an illustrated story, entitled Condemned to be shot, a*} in- cident in the life of President Abraham Lincoln. The third series consisted of scenes from the story of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." The fourth series wr. "Old Aberystwyth, its people," &c. The views were shown by Mr D. J. Lewis with a powerful lime light lantern and gave every satisfaction. Mr Jametl Evans was the lecturer and did his part capitally. The audience, chiefly composed of children, was very orderly and seemed to take keen interest in ail the subjects exhibited. Two slides, illustrating the four masted ship Simla of Liverpool, in a storm on a voyage to Hong Kong, were exhibited. The interesting part of these being the fact that one of the Tanycae Sunday School scholars, Mr D. James Williams, was on Board, and made himself famous by his courage in securing some of his shipmates from apeiilons edition; his brave conduct being marked in the ong Kong press at the time. The fallowing songs were rendered during the evening, duett, "Where is my boy tonight," Miss Olive Jones and Miss Eunice Lewis; song, "Holy Iran cf sorrows," Miss Lizzie Williams. ALe* singing a hymn the meeting came to an end, ad naming thoroughly enjoyed themselves. PETTY SESSIONS.—The weekly sessions were held on Wednesday morning before Mr E. P. Wynne (mayor), in the chair Alderman W. II. Palmer, and Mr J. 1). Perrott. Margaret Thomas, 135, Uridgeport-plaee, Holiton, London, was charged by Joseph; Morgan, re- lieving officer, with neglecting to maintain her father, Owen Owens, who is chargeable to the Aberystwyth Union. The Relieving Officcr stated that defendant's father received five shillings out-relief from the Aberystwyth Union. The Guardians made an order against defendant to pay 2s 6d per week towards his maintenance. Defendant kept a shop in London, and was well off. One of her brot hers paid voluntarily a shilling per week, but he had a large number of children. Defendant had no children. She did not acknowledge letters sent to her by the Guarcians. An order of 2s 6d per week was made.- J1 .hn William Roberts, collier, Station-terrace, Penygraig, Glam., was sued for arrears amounting to £ 4 8s, due to the Aberystwyth Union for the maintenance of his father. The Relieving Officer stated that the Guardians had made an order in March 1900, for 8s per month, but defendant did not comply. Tr.e Bench ordered defendant to pay the amount due within fourteen days, or go to prison for zL Robert Mellings, labourer, was charged b) P.C. Wis with having been drunk on the highway at Aber- I ystwyth on Friday, February 22nd. Deter.cinnt ad- mitted the offence, and was fined 2s 6d aTi(I I Edward John Edwards, 10, West End, x'wlmel;, applied for the temporary-.transfer ot the license o. the Lisburne Arms, Northgate-stryeU £ r<,m Tj; l* Lewis to himself. I\'o objection being oueio-l ti\e police, the application v. as granted. I ff ——————— = SALE.—Mr. J. E. James conducted a most successful sale at N'antcellanfawr on Wednesday. One horse was sold a-. £ 60, and a cow fetched £ 22. \(N:ict LTUUAL SHOW.—A meeting of faimers and others was held on Monday at the Old r.iacK Lion with Air. Evan Richards, f'enuwch m the chair,, to take steps to hold an agricultural show for the Another meeting will be held week. FIRE.—A fire broke out on Sunday night, aooiu 9.30, in South road, at the house of Mrs. Jones, The tire originated in the cellar, but was soon put out by a few"buckets of water. The fire-hooter a. the o-asworks was sounded, and m a short time the fire brioade was at the spot, but the fire had been t'Xlln n;ished before their arrival. The alarm drew hundreds of people to the scene. Wednesday, the 131 a inst, Mr, Jones, late counter clerk and telegraphist of the South Western District Post Office, recenly appointed postmaster of Pwllheli, was presented with a handsome clock, suitably inscribed, by his late colleagues. Mr. Bradford, inspector of telegraphs, presided. Mr. Jones, who suitably acknowledged the presentation, is a nephew of Mr. David Jones, one of Aberystwyth's veteran postmen. PREFERMENT.—The Bishop of Norwicti has; appointed the Rev William Edwards to be Vicar of Neatishead, a. parish containing about 550 inhabi- tants, situate near the Norfolk Broads. Mr Edwards, who for the last eight years has been Curate-in- Charge of Erpingham. is a son of Mr Thomas Edwards, of Pwllhobi House, Llanbadarnfawr. B.W.T A.—Another of the enjoyable series of gatherings held under the auspices of the local branch of the British Women's Temperance Associa- tion, was held on Saturday evening, the Rev G. Eyre Evans presiding. The programme included addresses by thechairman, Mr Jones, U.C.W., and Mr Williams, U.C.W. A recitation and song was given by a party of five girls recitations by Miss Annie Richards, Mr D. Davies, and Miss Maggie Evans; and songs by Mr Stanley Jones and Mrs Richard Evans. Refreshments were provided and the arrangements were satisfactory in every respect. RADICAL CLUB.—Mr T. J. Samuel, solicitor, pre- sided at the weekly meeting of the members of this club, held on Friday evening last. A motion by Mr P. B. Loveday, seconded by Mr J. A. Phillips, that Reynold«' Newspaper should be discontinued at the reading room on account of certain com- ments made with regard to the late Queen was lost. An animated discussion followed upon whether conscription should be adopted in the military ser- vices of this country, MrjT. Jones opening in the affiirmative and Mr T. B. Hall in the negative. Those who spoke were Messrs J. A. Phillips, T. H. Edwards, D. Jenkins, Knipe, Llew James, and P. B. Loveday. The forthcoming County Council election was discussed, and the meeting pledged itself to do all in its power to secure the return of the retiring Liberal members representing the four wards of the town. COUNTY COUNCIL ELECTION.—The election, which has been fixed to take place on Saturday, promises to provide some stiff fights in Aberystwyth. Three of the four wards will be contested, Mr. Thomas Griffiths, J.P., having withdrawn his nomination in the No. 2 Ward, thus allowing Mr. D. C. Roberts, the retiring member, to be returned unopposed. The return of the other three retiring members is being challenged. Mr. R. Douirhton being opposed by Mr. R. J. Jones in the No. 1 Ward Mr. Robert Ellis by Mr 1. E. balmon in the No. 3 Ward; and Mr. Evan Hugh James by Mr. John Morgan, the Larches, in the No. 4 Ward. The election addresses of Messrs Evan Hugh James, R. J, Jones, T. E. Salmon, and J. Ilorgan are published in our advertising columns. The elections will be fought on political lines. Mr. Edward Evans, J.P., Great Dargate street, has been returned unopposed a* the representative of Swyddffynon; and Mr. J. Hugh Edwards (Wewtown), Terrace road, for Trefeirig. TEA AND ENTERTAINMENT.—The Temperance Society in connection with the Independent Cbapei Baker-street, gave a tea and entertainment on Wednesday evening in last week in the Schoolroom, when a large number assembled. The tea tables, which were beantiftilly decorated with flowers, ferns, &c. were presided over by the following ladies: Misses Miles, James, Lloyd, Roberts (Qeeen-street), A J Jones, Thomas, Evans, S. J. Jones, Jenkins, Lyaia Jones, Williams, Nelson, J. E, Roberts, Morris, Jones (Custom House), Mrs Williams, Mrs Lee, MrsThomasand Mrs Jones. After ample justice had been done to the good things pro- vi(led, an entertainment followed under the chair- manship ot .the Rev Job Miles. A magic lantern was kindly lent by Mr Jenkins, Queen-street, and was operated by Mr J. W. Thomas, and the views shown gave every satisfaction, particularly those of local interest. Musical selections were also given, the words of the songs being shown on the canvas. A vote of thanks was accorded to Mr J. W. Thomas for his kindness in manipulating the lantern, and a very enjoyable evening was spent. Miss Miles was accompanist. DEATH OF MRS. LUMLEY JONES.—On Thursday morning the death took place of Mrs. Lumley Jones, wife of the late Captain David Jones, at her residence, 29, North parade. Mrs. Jones who was in her 53rd year bad been unwell for a long time and underwent a serious operation in Liverpool in October last. The operation did not have the desired effect and she remained in a weak state up to about a fortnight before her death when her illness took a turn for the wore. She was a faithful member of Shiloh C. M. Chapel. She leaves two sons with whom much sympathised is expressed. The funeral, which was private, took place on Monday morning, the officiating ministers being the Rev William Jones, North Parade Rev T. E. Roberts, and the Rev John Bowen, Pontrhydfendig- aid. The chief mourners were:—Mr J. Lumley Jones, and Mr Ernest Jones, sods Mr J. Watkin Lumley, Ruthin; Mr James Lumley, and Mr Richard Lumley, Liverpool, brothers Miss Jane Lumley, sister Miss J. E. Jones, Portland-street, sister-in. law; and Captain Enoch James, brother-in-law The following friends were also present:—Mr David Watkins, Cambrian-street; Mr William Thomas, c-xd merchant; Mr Richard Jones, William-street; Mr T. W. Powell, Mr Rowland Morgan, Mr Isaac Griffiths, Mr Daniel Thomas, draper; Mr Evan Evans, Solicitor, Laura-place; Mr W. T. Williams, South Marine-terrace Mr John Watkins. caradoe.- road Mr Evan J Davies, M. & M. Railway; Mr Henry Owen, Mr Edward Evans Baker-street; Mrs W. T. Williams, South Marine-terrace; and Mrs E. Jones-Williams, Laura-place. Mr John Jenkins, Princess-street, was the undertaker. Wreaths were received from the following friends: -Mr and Mrs Richard Lumley, Great, Crosby Mrs J.:W. Lumley, Ruthin Mrs Matthews, Cardiff; Messrs J. Lumley Jones and Ernest Jones, Mrs Edwards, Laurels; Miss Lizzie Owen, Stanley-terrace; Mrs Rowland Morgan, Marine-terrace; Mrs W. T. Williams, and Mrs Jones-Williams, Aberystwyth Mrs Jones, Walton, Liverpool; Mr and Mrs R. Morgan, North- parade Maids at the Allands, Great Crosby; Mrs Ellis, Llanbadarn Fawr; Misses Phillips, Llan- badarn, Miss Thomas, 29, North-parade: Miss Roberts, Llandudno; Captain and Mrs James, Powell-street; illips Jennie Jones, .Portland-street Mr and the Misses Jones, Bank House, St. Asaph.

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