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C THE r "UlcfsD fiazctte" £ "WILL BE FOUND A FIRST-CLASS ADVERTISING MEDIUM i It is sold by a large number of Agents la 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 townfJ in England. Apartments. .i- A BER AYRON.-Black Lion Hotel, Alban Square, J Good Accommodation for Cyclists and Travellers?; Terms Moderate. r1/' — = FT1RINITY PLACE, apartments to let, con- "4 JL venient to sea and station.—MRS. EDWARDS. SNOWDON HOUSE, 4, Victoria Terrace. Private apartments. -Miel. JENKINS. fILAREMONT HOUSE, 30, Marine-terrace, is centrally situated and commands full view of sea. Firstsclass apartments. Moderate terms. Reduced charges for winter months; hot and cold baths sanitary arrangements perfect —Mrs. ANKERS. J "B. R I D.-iG E HOTEL, LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Ily,licensed.) 'It EXCELLENT accommodation; first-class Cuisine; -tL electric light throughout; billiard room; i bowling and tennis lawns; recreation rooms and very other conØort. Extensive alteration omp.'eted [ [ OCEAN VIEW HOUSE, SUPERIOR..BOARDING R ESTABLISHMENT. VICTORIA (Marine) TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH OCEAN VIEW HOUSE is moderrobuilt, stands in best part of Marine Terrace, commands unin- terrupted sea yiew. Moderate terms by the day or week. MRS. A. KENSITT, Proprietress. fu Wanted, I- Pi T" ARflfe AND OAK TREES Wanted in quanti- fy JLi ties.—John Evans, .Timber Merchant jCaersws, Mont. •'■■■ V .»,■ EN ERAB* SERVANT, ca^e and experienced X who can do plain cookine, wanted. Wages, £ J5 jfrg j'enton, 5, Vineyard Hill, Wimbledon. (im ■»,. ""I. T AXTED-MILLINER-Must be able to W serve. Apply-X., GAZETTE Office. WANTED. Mining and Quarry Plant, Rails, Machinery. Trams, Pumps, Waterwheels, "Wrought and Cast-irons, Scrap, Lead, Zinc, 9 t Copper, Brass, Hemp, and Manilla Ropes, Ships, Sails, Anchors, Chains, Waste, Rubber; etc., etc. Highest Cash prices.—Mcllquham, Bridge End Stores, Aberystwyth. "It/flLLINERY. Wanted a pood Stylish Mill- 1VL incr for Medium Class Trade, also a pood Improver used to millinery and serve at fancy counter. Apply, stating full par ticulars, to C. M. Williams, Aberystwyth. WANTED.—A thorough General, about 25 vears of age.—Apply, SAMUEL THOMAS, 130, Jersey-road, Abergwynfi, R.S.O. WAXTED a General Servant—Welsh, good W wo £ e<. refee required, apply Mrs Davies. London House, 224, Holton Road, Barry Dock. TO MONUMENTAL MASONS, Wanted an im- i prover and a journeyman. Apply to J. Jenkins, Monumental Works, Lampeter. To Let. ABERYSTWYTH.—To Be Let from 12th May next. "BRYNTECJ" Residence, standing in ^its own grounds, with Lawn, Garden, Stable, and Coach-house half a mile from town pleasantly situated southern aspect.-Applv, DANIEL, SON, and MEREDITH, Estate Agents, Abcrystwyth. BLAENANT FAR¥, v NEWCASTLE EMLYN (One mile from Station), CCONTAINING 231 acres excellent arable and ) old pasture, well watered, in good heart and cultivation, with ample modernised buildings, suitable for feeding and dairy work; immediate possession. Apply-CILGWYN ESTATE OFFICE, NEWCASTLE EMLYW TO LET. — Fnjtm May 1st, Villa, 9 rooms, pleasantly situate near river Dovev, 2 miles from Machynlleth.—Apply, THOMAS, Derwenlas, Machynlleth. TO LET.—LOCK-UP SHOPS, situate in Market- street. Aberystwyth.—Apply to the SECRE- TARY of the Covn Market Company, 30, Portland- street, Aberystwyth. I LAMPETER. BUSINESS PREMISES TO BE LET -VT2W and HANDSOME PREMISES, with .i.^1 residence attached, suitable for Temperance Hotel or Shop, situate in the Square, opposite and near the Railwyay Station. Apply to D. LLOYD, Bryn, Lampeter. For Sale. TO PE SOLD, by Private Treaty, a desirable Dwelling House, situate in Railwav-teiVaee, containing 8 rooms.—Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. F LOWE US.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale JD Palms. &c.. on Hire for Decoration.—Apply HEAD GAHDKNER, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. PRIME CLOVER and Rye Grass Hay 80s per ton. Prime Meadow Hay 75s. per ton, trussed, delivered on rail, Rutlnn; Wheat Straw in battens 55s per ton; Oats and Barley Straw 45s per ton Prime quality Gal-ton abundance Seed Oats at 7s 6d per 105; Burton Prize Malting Barley Seed; also Chevelier Barley Seetl. Sara- pies and price on application. Apply, HUGHKS, THE STORES, Ruthin. GOOD Cask Butter for Sale at Aberystwyth Market Hall, and Tregaron. Any quantity cut, apply WALTER JONES. TO BE SOLD by private treaty Leasehold Properties, Nos. 14, 16, 18, Cambrian-place; Nos. 1. 2, 3, Srreldons-place, Prospect-street and No. 29, pply, HOPKINS, 4, Great Darken'e-vtrce?, AV.-rp.r-'ytii. Sales by Auction. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MR. R. K. JENKINS will offer for Sale by Public Auction, AT AN EARLY DATE, Several LEASEHOLD HOUSES in the Town of Aberystwyth. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH, TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY MR J. E. JAMES AT THE TALBOT HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, On Wednesday, April 24th, 1901, At Three o'clock in the afternoon, the following LE ASEHOLD HOUSES. LOT 1.—All that Messuage or Dwelling-House and Premises, being No. 21, High.street, Aberyst- wyth, in the occupation of Mary Ann Hughes. LOT 2.—All that Messuage or Dwelling-House and Premises, being Number 22, Prospect-street, Aberystwyth, in the occupation of William Owen. LOT 3.—All that Messuage or Dwelling-Honse and Premises, being No. 26, Prospect-street, Aber- ystwyth, in the occupation of Mary Jones. The property is held under a Lease from the Corporation of Aberystwyth for 99 years, from the 4th day of October, 1808, at an apportioned ground rent of Five Shillings and Threepence. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEER or to Messrs ROBERTS & EVANS,, Solicitors, All of Aberystwyth. THE SALES ROOM, QUEEN'S ROD. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS DANIEL, SON, & MEREDITH, will Sell by Auction at above ON AN IlARLY DATE A large quantity of valuable and useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS. Further particulars in future issues. BARMOUTH. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF POSTING HORSES, COBS, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, AND BATHING MACHINES. "]V/|"ESSRS' DaAel, SON, & MEREDITH have i-'A received instructions from T. Abraham, Esq to sell by auction, at Barmouth, on THURSDAY, APRIL. 18th, 1901, as follows, viz.—SIXTEEN HARNESS HORSES, including Ten Valuable Car- riage Horses, and Six Active Cobs, FOURTEEN CARRIAGES, including one Stage Coach, one New Pattern Coach, two superior Charabancs, two Landaus, in splendid condition, two capital Wag- gonettes, one useful Brake, two excellent Dogcarts, one Light-running- Doctor's Gig, and two capital Phaetons. A large quantity of HARNESS, includ- ing a First-class. Four-in-hand Set, Double and Single Sets, &c.,&c. 'TWENTY-FOUR BATHING MACHINES, nearly new and in splendid order. Sale lo commence at 11-30 a.m. Catalogues may be had of the AUCTIONEERS, Aberystwyth, Towyn. and Barmouth. TOWN OF CARDIGAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. "V'I"R. W. WOODWARD has been instructed to » offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Angel Hotel, Cardigan, on 11 SATURDAY, the 6th DAY of APRIL, 1901, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale, which will be there and then read, the valuable Dwelling House and Grocer's Shop, known as the ROYAL STORES, Situate in Pendre, in the town of Cardigan, and now in the occupation of Mr William Davies, as yearly tenant. These Premises are advantageously placed for business at the corner of Pendre and William- street. The Property is freehold, and notice having been given to the Tenant, possession can be given to the purchaser at Michaelmas next. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Pendre, Cardigan or to the Vendor's Solicitors— MESSRS MORGAN & RICHARDSON, Cardigan To be Sold. CAMBRIAN" RAILWAYS COMPANY. c TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY J the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of ■?; the growth of 1900 (except where otherwise stated), standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Q Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the U respective quantities, more or less, also under- \t mentioned, viz. 1 I x Estimated Estimated L STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weigh*- V Tons. Tons. E ————————— — ——————-———— ————-——- B Llansaintffraid 6 Talsarnau (1899) 64 Kerry (1899) 2 Talsarnau 6 Llanidloes 9 Criccieth (1899) 10 Builth 5 Criccieth 9 Boughrood 6 Abererch (1899) 5 b Pensam 4 Abererch 7 Harlech 8i Total 84i g For further particulars, and to treat, apply to C. S. DENNISS, Secretary. Oswestrv, March, 1901. March, 1901. < Public Notices. 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 a 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. Ii. GOUGH, super- intendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. November, 1900. NOTICE. rpTIAT MR. W. O. ELLIS, of Towyn, is no longer in our employment. All Orders for Alti,ic and Musical Instruments please send direct tOj MRS. ARNFIELD, Music Warehouse, Dolgelley-^ Public Notice. NOTIG^v j: | SCHOOL BOARD lOR ABERYSTW^^ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in reference to the above District, that 1. The above School Board have (subject to the approval of the Board of Education) made certain Bye-Laws in pursuance of the powers given to the School Board by s. 74 of the Elementary Education Act. 1870, as amended by the Elementary Education Acts, 1876, 1880, 1893, 1899, and 1900. 2. A printed copy of the proposed Bye-Laws will continue deposited fpr inspection by any rate- payer at 9, Baker-street, Aberystwyth, the office of the School Board, for one calendar month from the date of the publication of this Notice. 3. At the expiration of the said calendar month, the said proposed Bye-laws will be submitted to the Board of Education fer final approval. 4. The School Board will supply a printed copy of the said proposed Bye-laws gratis to any rate- payer. R. J. ROBERTS, 19th March, 1901. CLERK. E. Jlj|§| R. CARDIGANSHIRE EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS 1901. NOTICE is hereby given that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Cardigan will be held and kept at the Town Hall, Eampeter, on Thursday, the Ilth day of April, 1901, at eleven o'clock in the forenoon at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors will be called over. The Court will then proceed with the business in the following order :-(1) County business. (2) Trial of prisoners. (3) Hearing of appeals. And on the day and on the hour above mentioned all the Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer to their names, and the Magistrates of the County are requested to cause all depositions relating to cases sent for trial at these Sessions to be transmitted to the Deputy Clerk of Peace on or before the 4th day of April next and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken. F. R. ROBERTS, Aberystwyth, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. 26th March, 1901. ROYAL PIER PAVILION, ABERYSTWYTH. A GRAND SACRED CONCERT Will be given on GOOD FRIDA] APRIL 5th, MOl. ARTISTES MISS LILIAN MORGAN, R.A.M. MISS E. CLIFFE, R.A.M., London and Prcvincial Concerts. MR MALDTVYN HUMPHREYS, A.R.A.M MR. T. AMOS JONES, R.A.M., W. L. BARRETT. England's foremost Flautist and Prof. at R.C.M. Accompanist and Pianist: 31R. J. E. LEAH, A.R.C.O. Admt-sw;—3s, 2< limited number at 6d. Plan for numbered seats at Messrs Wheatley and Sons, Terrace Road. ROYAL PIER PAVILION, ABERYSTWYTH. Easter MondaYt Tuesday Wednesday "FACING THE MUSIC," A Farcical Comedy by J. H. DARNLEY, From the Strand Theatre. BUARTH HALL. EASTER, TUESDAY, APRIL 9th, 1901, "PRINCESS "VESPIDA" In Character, FROXT SEATS, Is.; BACK SEATS 6D. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. EASTER HOLIDAYS, 1901. CHEAP EXCURSIONS TO SCOTLAND. On Thursday, April 4th, Excursion Tickets will be issued for 5 and 9 Days to EDINBURGH, GLASGOW, GREENOCK, &c. On Thursday and Saturday, April Jfth and 6th, xcursion Tickets will be issued to NEWPORT (Mon.), DOWLAIS, NEATH, MERTHYR, CARDIFF and SWANSEA, available for return up to and inclusive of Saturday, April 13th, except Good Friday, April 5th, and Sunday, April 7th. On Thursday and Saturday, April 4th and 6th, heap 8 and 10 dav Tickets will be issued from BERYSTWYTH, PWLLHELI, BARMOUTH, [ACHYNLLETH and intermediate Stations, to [ANCHESTER, STOCKPORT, LIVERPOOL, IRKENHEAD, CHESTER, WARRINGTON, HEFFIELD, LEEDS, DEWSBURY, BATLEY, RADFORD, HUDDERSFIELD, MATLOCK, and UXTON. The usual Week-end Tickets will be issued on hursday, April 4th. and Saturday, April 6th, to IVERPOOL, MANCHESTER, BIRMINGHAM, WOLVERHAMPTON, -PETERBORO, LEICESTER, ŒIŒY, LEEDS. DEWSBURY, HUDDERSFIELD, RADFORD, SHEFFIELD, &c. EXCURSION BOOKINGS TO LONDON. On Thursday, April 4th, Excursion Tickets will e issued to LONDON for 3, 5, and 8 days. iPORTS AND CYCLE RACES AT PWLLHELI. HORSE, DOG AND POULTRY SHOW, NEVIN, EISTEDDFODS AT BARMOUTH, CRICCIETH, and iRAND MUSICAL COMPETITION AT PWLLHELI. Easter Monday April 8th, Cheap Dav Tickets will be issued from ABERYST- WYTH, MACHYNLLETH, ABERDOVEY, TOWYN and intermediate Stations, to BARMOUTH, HAR- LECH, DOLGELLEY, PWLLHELI, &c. ST. DAVID'S GOLF CLUB MEETINGS AT HARLECH. Saturday, April Gtlt, Easter Monday and Tuesday, April Sth and 9th. Cheap Day Tickets will be issued to HARLECH on the above dates from ABERYSTWYTH, BAR- MOUTH, DOLGELLEY, &c. For full particulars as to Train Times, Fares, &c. see Handbills issued by the Company. All informa- tion regarding Tourist and Excursion arrangements on the |Cambrian Railways can be obtained on application to Mr. W. H. GOUGH, Superintendent of the Line, Oswestry. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, March, lSOL, CYNHELIR EISTEDDFOD FAWREDDOG YN YSTIDITUEN, AWST1: EG, K01. Prif dx'ccrv—" Enavl cn, viae dyfroecH ■ oerion" (Isalaw).. £ 10. C J hoeddir manylion i ellach yn f uan. Business Notices. I A WORD IN SEASON. TRY MOltGAN'S Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, and all affections of the Chest, T) oat, and Lungs. ——— HAS CUBED OTHERS, WILL CUAE YOU. Prepared only by R. MORGAN, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, ABERYSTWYTH. Sold in Is. & 2s. bottles WONDERFUL RESULTS. Now Read?/, Part Three. Price One Shilling vzU, A HISTORY OF ABERYSTWYTH. ABERYSTWYTH, ITS COURT LEET, 1690-1836, WITH SUPPLEMENTAL CHAPTERS TO 1900, BY GEO. EYRE EVANS. Author of •Whitchurch of Long Ago,' Jfitllaiid Churches, 1'(". SUBSCRIBERS: HER MAJESTY, THE QUEEN MAYOR AND CORPORATION OF ABERYSTWYTH SIR JAMES HILLS-JOHNES, V,C., and LADY HILLS- JOHNKS. SIR LEWIS MORRIS. SIR JAM.ES WEEKS SZLUMPER. COLONEL H. DAVIES-EVANS, LORD LIEUTENANT COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. MATTHEW LEWIS VAUGHAN DAVIES, M.P. JOHN WILLIAM WILLIS-BUND, M.A., LL.B., F.S.A. THOMAS FRANCIS ROBERTS, M.A. PRINCIPAL U.C.W. JOHN HUMPHREYS DAVIVS, J.p.j<Jwrtmawr. 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, LONDOX. FREE REFERENCE LIBRARY, CARDIFF. Do. Do. MANCHESTER. EY 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 wilr include original and unpublished sketches of the Old Guild Ha.]], the First St. Michael's Chapel, Our Mill, the Plan of the Town, with the Walls,-(ifrom the Morris MSS in British Museum), The Silver Badge of the Harbour Master, &c., &c. Published by the WJILSH .c"2-r11E. ABERYSTWYTH, where all orders will be received. NOTICE. TO PROMOTERS OF EISTEDDFODAU, CONCERTS, ETC., P R I N T I N G OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Quickly and Neatly Done AT THE WELSH GAZETTE OFFICES, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Posters, Tickets, Handbills, Programmes, etc., AT MODERATE CHARGES GOGINAN. Eisteddfod Fawreddog GROGLITH NESAF. SALES BY John Daniel Jcnes & Sons AUCTIONEERS. April 17th—IVnrallt, Llechryd, Timber and Firewood. May 1st—Castlemalgwyn Meadows, Llechryd, Timber and Firewood. Not fixed—Penralltgvch, Clydey, Timber, &c. Not fixed- a' Llungraneg, Timber, Poles, kc. Xot iixcd-Bullcath Yrd, Slabbing, &e. Not ry Newcastle Emlyn, Timber and Firewood. Not fixed—Near Ulaeneifed, Llandugwydd, Slabbing and Firewood. Early in May—Waenpant, Llandugwydd, Furniture, &c. NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE AGRK TLTURAL SOCIETY. NOTfCE OF MEETING. A General Meeting of the above Society will be held on Monday next, Aniil 8th, at the Old Black Lion, Bridge-street, AbQ-y'stwyth at 3 p.m. Business Notices. EASTER SHOW, THE EMPORIUM, 16 & 18 PIER STREET, AND 2 & 4, NEW STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. I Mrs. D. MORGAN Has the pleasure to announce to hqr numerous Customers and others that she has just returned from the Markets I with all the NEWET DESIGNS I AND NOVELTIES FOR THE COMING SEASON IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH I PRODUCTIONS. Corsets and Underclothing A SPECIALITY. Mantles, Jackets, and Costumes. Your inspection is respectfully invited. Post or Telegram orders will prorript- attention. CYCLES! CYCLES! CYCLES!! All the Best Makes. W. H. HOLLIER CYCLE AGENT & C.T.C. REPAIRER, THE CYCLERIES, Commerce House BRIDGE STREEF & QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. CYCLES CLEANED AND STORED. Cycles on Hire, Exchange, or Sale. SPRING. FASHIONS. C. M. WILLIAMS BEGS respectfully to announce that he is now showing a good selection of 9 NEW GOODS SUITABLE FOR THE PRESENT SEASON "j^TEW HATS AND BONNETS. NEW MILLINERY. NEV\' 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 BOXNETS. SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO MOURNING ORDERS. GENTS' NEWEST SHAPES INT HATS AND CAPS, TIES, SCARFS COLLARS. CUFFS, &C. Inspection respectiully invited. C. M. WILLIAMS GEERAL J^R APERY STAIiLISHMENT 10, PIER STREET. ABERYSTWYTH. Business Notices. [Established 1856. J E. ROWE & SONS, Tailors, Outfitters, &c., OXFORD HOUSE, 65, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH BEG to inform their numerous Customers and the Public generally, that they are now showing a Fine Selection of (^UlTINGS, fJpROUSERINGS, YERCOATINGS &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, Aberystwyth MISS PHILLIPS, CERT. R.A.M., R.C.M., AND TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, < QRGANIST OF "y^TESLEY 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 y I C T O R I A* (MARINE) fJVE R R A C E A BERYSTIN-YTH SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYL Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Resident Governesses. REFERENCES— Thomas Jones, Esq., B.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools, Llanelly; The Rev. O. Evans, D.D., King'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, Abcrystwyth." Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms &c,, apply PRINCIPAL ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL HEADMASTER: IVl R. JJAVID gAMUEL, M.A., (Cantab). SENIOR MISTRESS: ]\IISS j^DITn p^WART> M.A., (Vict) ASSISTANT MASTERS AND MISTRESS TYJP. THOMAS QWENS, ME' J. H. H0WELL' R. INTO H. fJlHOMAS, B.A., (Oxon). MISS S. E. T'I0MiS- COOKING >r H. Bertha JOXES, (Diploma in Cooking and Laundry Work—1st Class) 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 -,I EAGLE RESTAUIlANT ^0 GREAT DARKGATE STREET NEWLY PENED; SITUATION CENTRA JJOT jQINNERS AT J O'CLOCK EVERY MONDAY. REASONABLE CHARGES. EVERY CONVENIENCE Commodious Rooms, Suitable for Clubs, Committees, &c NEW SEEDS!! HADAU NEWYDI) EP. TAYLOR begs to inform his numerous o customers that he lias received his annual stock 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 seeds. E. P. TAYLOR, Fruiterer, Greenrroecr, and Radnor House. Game Dealer. Terrace-rd., Aberystv/yth. ROYAL A.|AX CYCLES ;\lU1}lLY Knonnoup Steele. New aiul FI-T5§EROM 10S. MONTHLY. ^r,"r",fre Pai'l. Illustrated j'y'y.c List 1'csf. Free to any The British Cycle IVIanfg. Co. (J go i), Ltd. 45, Everton li ad, Liv r-o >1. (Est ;M'-r< d 1887). Business Notices. HUGHES' COMPOUND Red Poppy Balsam "Kl71rua.c QualityT The Great Chest Tonic. The very best .Medicine for Coughs, Colds, Bron- chitis, Asthma. Consumption, Difficulty of Breath- ing, Loss of Voice and all Chest Affections. RICHARD HUGHES, M.P.S.G.B., LONDON, CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, NOTE THE NAME AND ADDRESS (By Examinations of the Pharmaceutical 'Society of Great Britain,) < 606. HARROW ROAD. LONDON. (OPPOSITE CANAL FOOT BRIDGE,) WARD & CO's ABERYSTWYTH BAZAAR Is the Noted Shop for TOYS And Every Description of FANCY ARTICLES BEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE .FO SMOKERS' REQUISITESI 8 GREAT DARKGATE STREET DANIEL THOMAS' TWENTY-THIRD ANNUAL .CLEARANCE SALE OF DRAPERY GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHING, &C. EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED DURING THE SALE. Note the Address— 22 and 24, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. SEASONABLE GIFTS AT T. C. JONES' Ci5- High Street, TOWYN. GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, Brooches, Scarf Pins, Studs, Links, Thimbles, Albert Chains, Novelties in Electro-Flate, LADIES' AND GEiNT,s PURSES, Fancy Goods, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Briar and Meerschaum Pipes in Cases, Tobacco Jars, and many other useful articles too numerous to i-nentlbn. NO SEA-SIDE PRICES—Same prices as large towns. Fishing Tle of all kinds. Information given as to fishing in ttie district. IMPORTANT NOTICE. y A NEW CHEMIST BUSINESS 33, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. (Opposite the Post Office). W. MIALL JONES (From Bradley and Bourdas, London) Has opened the above Premises as a Fii,M"PilARMAC Y Jtj¡¡-<-1L t..Ä.L ..L A most varieri-,Stipp-ly of PUREST DRUGS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, &.c. kc. Dentistry. ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS. MURPHY &" ROWLEY, SURGEON DENTISTS, Honorary Dentists to the A'oerystwyrn JjiHrmarv and Cardiganshire General Hospital. ADDRESS— •54 RJ,E^P,ACI': ]F^0AD' BERYSTWYTII MR. ROWLEA begs to announce that he is row- able to undertake Gold and all other Filling Crowns, Bridge-work and all the latest improvements in Modern Dentistry. Artificial Teeth in the latest English avid America? Styles. TEETH EXTRACTED PAINLESSLY CNDICh GAS. Mr R. visits Machynlleth, Towvn, Aberavron, Tre- garo\ and Lampeter. Patients can be attended to any day at Aber- ystwyth. All at the most Moderate Ci:ari>e=.. Fid', particulars on application.

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