LEADING A .ES The Criman t Jlel. The Open-air 1 tment Notes and Comlnts.
NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. Aberayron. Barmouth. L Dolgelfey. Machynlleth, Lampeter, &c., &c.
Lost. T OST, a copy of Songs of W^es," ropf.rty ■M-A of the late Pencerdd Ceredi^onfso some Manuscript Music belonging to hin Jack Edwards, who is anxious to recover th —— DAFAD GRWYDRED MAE Dafad ddieithr yn Pentregw^rf! tna blwyddyn; dust Jnodau. goled^ bwlch plyg oddiarno; care oddiar y chbwlch plyg dano. Oni arddelir hi o hyn i ddiwSnawr 1902, fe'i gwertbir i dalu y treuliau.- T' 1 '■ V.-— Wanted. LARCH AND OAK TREES WantedJtftltj. ties.—John Evans, Timber Merchan(e?Ms Mont. WANTED, Mining and Quarry Plai lidlit, I ] Machinery, Trams, Pumps, Watheels, Wrought and Cast-irons, Scrap, Lea Zinc, Copper, Brass, Hemp, and Manilla Ropegfcips, Sails, Anchors, Chains, Waste, Rubber, etc. Highest Cash prices.-Mcllqubam, Brll End Stores, Aberystwyth. HOSIERY-Wanted Machine Knitteaccus. JM tomed to Ribbing and Plain MaQes Apply W. PUGH, Manufacturer, Macbynllc GROCERY. Wanted a Strong Lad. 15ars of age as an Apprentice. Good hourpply JAMBS JONES. Grocer, Ystrad Rhondda. L WANTED, Cooks. Housemaids, Gent ger. vants, and Kitchen maids.—App jjrs Mackenzie, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. GROCERY.—Wanted Young Man as lu]jer &c., accusromed to horses; indoorg0od wages to suitable man.—State particulars, .pfcen Evans, Tonyrefail. I GROCERY.—Wanted Young Man to lo(after Horse and deliver and assist indoon_A.p ply, W. Clarke, Blaenclydach. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. 500 to 1000 Rabbits wanted weekly, statweRt I cash price on Rail.-Apply, Messrs VALHAN and Co., Commission Agents, 17, Leckwiftoad, Canton, Cardiff. WANTED.-A young lad as an Appren-e to the Grocery and Provision Trade, t be 15 years of age.—Apply, R. D. Jones, prision merchant, New Tredegar, via Cardiff. — ■—— GENERAL SERVANT WANTED in a rnily of two persons and comfortable homtnear ondon.-Apply, Mrs. Goslin, Ravenscroft, WUng, Kent. r WANTED, a thoroughly reliable man as I)ST- BOY.—Apply, with references, wag< ex- pected, Black Lion Hotel, Cardigan. WANTED to purchase,' TURKEYS and Cgan- dressed GEESE, &c., all sorts of G,JIE. Best prices given. Purchasers of same will d<well to book orders early.—E. P. TAYLOR, Radnor tbnse, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. ( -"r mediately a the —^VeeF to ? — I nil.. 1 worthy Working ¡od roj, able to make bui^. » al- *■ salary. Applications, stating*s ds, ary required, with two testim6lclL Capel Bach Farm, Llangonoy n). TO TAILtans tSFAf r » "^TTTANTED immediately, oint ▼▼ HAND; also COAT UOA. ^SNT ,/1 work for steady men.—Api^ House, Llanon, Aberystwyth. LECH. 'ETER.i For Sii^FAN. UAHAI ) T71LOWERS.—Cut Flowers *ilo. -pply JO Palms, &c., on Hire for»mAJJl,1eDS, BEAD GARDENER, Queen's Aberystwyth. "ARIA ¡\VYBJ' per TWIME CLOVER and Rye ton, r ton. Prime Meadow p'NEN,¡;w in trussed, delivered on rail, Rutt"ENO( 45s battens 55s per ton Oats an eed; per ton Prime quality GartoiRTH. Mgh Wheat straw, £ 3 per ton on ra^j>EWj r*ze J stations; Oats at 7s 6d per ?;ed. Malting Barley Seed; also ChiErr<H oly» i Satrapies and prices on a; HUGHES, 'HE STORES, RuthirtOD. — — — LAR. ble K mo BE SOLD, by Private 1 ice, ') JL Dwelling House, situate^- and containing 8 rooms.-Apply, ,E]D]I. Meredith Queen's-road, Aberys —— IYJH. 1.- "ILJ.INER' Shop For SatByTj eet, .1. Apply to Miss E. J. Ho\ Lampeter I SU — iyw Os oes eisiau peiriannau arnjjygi uol, fath o'r gwneuthuriad goreu at ewch at Davies, Llanon House,lu*SJ mcu —— = GWB To Le1;YLL ow eral I ABERYSTWYTH.—TO BE 14 I splendid Dwellin KoiAST^p rom Rooms, pleasant situation, fe^uAY. and the Promenade.—Apply, MESs" ber- MEREDITH Estate Agents, AL. yetwyth. LLAP "— ftHTDJ or URNISHED SITTING ant two BEDROOMS TORHFDI his street in Aberystwyth.—Appl^YNDl —— — MAVOC er HOUSE TO LET, nnfurn at 12th to May 12th nexf"™ 44, Bridge-street, AberystwytERWYJ ORTH.-For Sale, by ?iUYNC< 3, hold Dwelling House. c ARKE. 1, Small Garden.—Apply, Danit Aberystwyth. (DFYOR YBO-'iT. I. ApartBONT. GARON. 6npRINITY FLACE,1ESIN- JL venient to EDWAILDS. GARREG ARN. CLAREMONT HOUSE, SARNAl/J' centrally situated am a ■6a. First-class apartm^YN. 1 Reduced charges for winteh„TDTf) 1 baths sanitary arrangemertiRiG. ( <SHPOOI <SHPOOI .) tAD. j MANCHESTER & Mrrry YI i NOTICE TO 1QN_ 1HE Head Offices of the ITPOOL. moved to more comrbixo. ■es situated in Alexai -ay-terrace), at thebRINDO t the Railway S.tatPIA. \ed for receiving passenger trdlIESTtE respecting TBVR T I Sales by Auction. IN BANKRUPTCY. THE ASSEMBLY ROOMS, TOWYN. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNI. TURE, &c. (Removed from Tower View for convenience of Sale). MESSRS. Daniel, Son and Meredith Have been instructed to Sell by Auction, at the Assembly Rooms, Towyn, On Thursday, January 16th, 1902, The whole of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Comprising the contents of Hall and Staircase, Dining Room, Five Bedrooms, Kitchen, and other Effects, Bed Linen, China, Glass, Plated Goods, Cutlery, &c., &-c. Also Outdoor Effects, including a Bay Cart Horse, Horse Gearing, Cart, Rugs, &c., &c. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. prompt. FORTHCOMING SALES BY MESSRS. IXniel, Son and Meredith ^edyplay, January 29th, 1902.-Kimberley House, w Armouth, Household Furniture. Wednwjay, February 12th, 1902—No. 1, Glanaber ,v Barmouth, Household Furniture. Wednciay and Thursday, March 12th and 13th.— HeHrexnynach Hall, Barmouth, Household "ur^tute, c. ;r To be Sold. CA]kBll,&N RAILWAYS COMPANY. T° BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the fve 1 sacks 0f well-harvested HAY, of the -vf. h .n+ f yoi, sending at the undermentioned Stations on \e Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain K respective quantities more or less, also undermetioned, viz CTITTOKS I Estimated STATIONS. Veight I STATIONS. Weight 'm Tons. Kcrrj' JortinaHnr 1 Boughro°<* Crlccieth I C Talgarth A>ererch I 4' — J I For further particW atd cfo tpeat ly to j S. DJNNISS Sea ary M General Manager, December, \l. EducajQ^i, PENCADER GRA%/R SCHOOL. BOARDING and Day sch, Cor Bo and Giri Additional boardmg S mod"ati(m for exclave use of gvrh has been, +l provided by the erection of two,tmhoiu dcsianJd for tlte purpose^ This depar js yunde/the supervision of the M„sic Mistrt -he di t. limited and of the best quality. ■ THIRTY-SEVEN SUCCESl bt • year, including the Matriculation: Un?versiti^ of London .nd W<"es; Collej South Ken: igton ^ce andr 'EatraJcet<; Tbologica *i8 .^or (V v\ and Car- "t, 6, ,u. tocuoi irsiil^). SiI.) 1891 a total of "-Il SUCCES at Public Examinations, including Under-graduates of the Universities of 1 f-60 o< Wales (9), and the Royal University of Terms and reports on application U > Master. <V -j HIGH SCHOOL FOR GRLS yjCTOKU (MARINE) T £ R c E A BERYSTIVYTH-) SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLO. Certificated Mistress, Assisted by a Staff of highly qualified Reside Governesses. REFERENCES— Thomas Jones, Esq., B.A., H.M. Inspector of Schools C Llanelly; The Rev. O. Evans, D:D., King's Cross, London. E. H. Short, Esq., H.M. Inspector, Aberystwyth. r. 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 Matriou lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. For Terms &c,, apply PRINCIPALI LLANDYSSUL COUNTY SCHOOL. HEADMASTER WILLIAM LEWIS, M.A. CAXTAB., WRANGLER, 1890. Assisted by a highly-qualified Staff of 4 Resident and 2 Visiting Teachers. Very numerous Successes, rapidly increasing from year to year, at the Public Examinations in Science and Art, at the Matriculation Examinations of the Universities of Wales and London, and at the various Preliminary Examinations for Banks, Law, Medicine, &c., &c. Commodious new School Buildings, with well- fitted Laboratories, &c., and most healthily situated amidst about 4 acres of grounds of their own, care- fully laid out for all school games. N.B.—Cookery and Laundry work taught by a qualifedrmistress. Excellent Accommodation for Boy and Girl Boarders with the Headmaster at a very moderate fee. Tuition fee ZI per term, or P,3 per annum. MISSIPHILLIPS, CERT. R.A.M., R.C.M., AND TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, ORGANIST OF WESLEY HURCH With experience in successfully preparingfor the above Examinations. Receives Pupils for Organ, Pianoforte, and S-dng. Terms on Application. ADDRESS 34, PIER STREET. RED LION HOTEL PONTEHYDFENDIGAID. PROPRIETOR EDWARD JENKINS. THIS old established and well known Hotel has been recently renovated. Parties, Cyclists, Commercial Gentlemen and Visitors to the noted Teify Lakes and Strata Florida Abbey, will find very accommodation and comfort on very Moderate charges. Best Ales, Wines, Spirits, Cigars, &c. Posting in all its branches. Good Stabling. onveyances meet all trains at Strata Florida Station. TJOULTRY-KEEPERS should procure a useful I Book on Poultry-keeping and Thorley's 'manack for 1902, both of which will be sent on ceipt of two penny stamps (to cover postage).— Idress Almanack Dept., Joseph Thorley (Ltd.). og's Cross, London, the Proprietors of Ovum, orley's Poultry Spice. Public Notices. NORTH & SOUTH WALES BANK, LIMITED. ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-SIXTH 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 17th instant at the Head Office and the various branches and at the London and Westminster Bank, Lotb- bury, London. The Income Tax will, as usual, be paid by the Bank. The TRANSFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from this date to the 17th instant, inclusive. By order of the Directors, T. ROWLAND HUGHES, General Manager. Liverpool, 3rd January, 1902. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. ABERYSTWYTH. Faculty of Law. A Series of Twenty Lectures on the ENGLISH LAW relating to Commerce will be given during the early part of the year by Prof. T. A. LEVI, B.C.L., M.A. (Oxon.), Of the Inner Temple, Barrister-at-Law, At the LAW LECTURE ROOM in the College. The first Lecture will be on Friday, January 31st, 1902, at 8 p.m., and the succeeding Lectures will be on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 p.m. respect- ively. This series of Lectures will be open to all, whether students of the University College or not, on payment of a fee of Ll for the series. The Lectures will deal with the recent cases and statutes relating to the following matters:—Con- tracts of Sale, Negotiable Instruments, Cheques, Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes, Securities for the Payment of Money, Partnership and Com- pany Law, Liability of Agents, Liability of Railway Companies and others for the Carriage of Goods, Charter Parties and Bills of Lading, and the Law t of Bankruptcy. t The Professor will be pleased to advise those attending the Lectures individually on any matter connected with the subjects treated of in the Lectures. Those who desire to attend are requested to be present at the Law Lecture Room in the College at 7-45 on Friday evening, January 31st. T. MORTIMER GREEN, Registrar. EMIGRATION TO CANADA. Canada offers great inducements to Farmers, Farm Labourers, Young Men desiring to learn Farming, Domestic Servants, and all elasses of desirable Emigrants. Free Grants of 160 Acres of Wheat Land. HOW, WHEN, AND WHERE to proceed may be ascertained from the publica- tions of the Canadian Government.—These, to- gether with any information desired as to the Trade and Commerce of the Dominion, may be obtained gratis and post free on application to the Canada Government Office, Western Mail Buildings, Cardiff. Write for particulars. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a JL Block of FLAT" r Edwards, Esq. BiH „ f-.riV < •> ct l°! je optauu9u .v rs should be delivered, sealed and endorsed, by Saturday, January 18tb. ^he lowest or any tender will not necessarily be 54>epted. G. T. BASSETT, A.R.I.B.A., Architect and Surveyor, Aberystwyth. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. ESTIMATES are invited for a FARM HOUSE and FARM BUILDINGS at Aberllefenny. Plans and Specification may be obtained from the Architect, to whom Tenders should be delivered, sealed and endorsed, by Tuesday, January 21st. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. G. T. BASSETT, A.R.I.B.A., Architect and Surveyor, Aberystwyth. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. IHKAP WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS ARE ISSUED iVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO rmingham, Wolverhampton; Walsall, Peter- i "ough, Derby, Burton-on-Trent, Stafford, Cov- Manchester. Preston, Blackburn, Bolton, ~is, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Liverpool, Birken- het Wigan, Warrington, Leicester, Shrewsbury, t, Brord, Sheffield, and Northampton, FROM NewWD, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth, Aberys- f twyt. Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harle Portmadoc, Penrbyndeudraeth, Criccieth, and Mheli. ,1 SS- £ ers return on the Monday or Tuesday follows jsSUe 0f tickets. vm. particulars as to train timee and fares see bills. fSfe WEEK-END AND TEN DAYS' c* i 'e a'so issued from Liverpool, Manches- ter, Stocky Chester, Crewe, Stafford, Shrews- ;ury; ">rd, Leeds, Oldham, Huddersfield. Halifax, Ro.jajCt Wakefield' Blackburn, Chorley, Accnngton, iriljey^ Bolton, Wigan, Warrington, Preston, LeiCjer) £ )erfc>yt Burton, Stoke, Burslem, Hanley, Birkt^d, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Wednesbury, raiSall, Peterboro', Northampton, Hull, SheffiehBarnsley, &c., &c., to Oswestry, Llanymynech, T.nfyiiin, Welshpool, Montgomery, Newtown, LlaD, oes Machynlleth, Borth. Aber- ystwyth, Abeidcy 'fowyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portma^ 0riccietb, and Pwllheli. WEEK-END;XCURSION TICKETS W1. BE ISSUED EVERY FRI. y AND SATURDAY TO EDINBURG: & GLASGOW (By the direct rouia Whitchurch, Crewe, Preston d Carlisle), Available for return tbe following Sunday (where Train Servu^rinits)( Mon|ay or For particulars of FiJ see Handbills issued by the Company. All information regardiiEjcCUrsion Trains and Tourist arrangements on s Cambrian Railways can be obtained by Mr W. Xiough, Traffic Super- intendent, Oswestry. C;. DENNISS, Oswestry, Jan., GCn<!ral Manager- WARD and Co.,S ABERYSTWTH BAZAAR. Is the Noted Shop i TOYS And Every Description < FANCY ARTI(.ES BEST HOUSE IN THE TRADIFOR SMOKERS' REQUISITES m 6, < GREAT DARKGATE SKRE1 Business Notices. i i • JENKINS, Eagle stores, 26 tH Great Darkgate: Street, Aberystwyih. 8:' OUR Home-Cured Hams and Bacon Y-" ARE DELIOI09JS 1 t > "<if) ,»-'S "I i>. TEAS |JEAS \r rpEAS I. 'r < i SPECIAL BLENDS AT POPULAR PRICES. '1 j. THE PERFECTION OF VALUE AND QUALITY AT 28,. ° '2S. 1 JENKINS' HOME-MADE BREAD. AGENT FOR HOVIS. Cake A Confcctioncrp Special Terms for Soirees, Tea Parties,, &c. EAGLE Refreshments CONVENIENT TEA ROOMS! Parties of 100 can be catered for on the Premises. COMMITTEE AND CLUB I ROOMS. < I JENKINS. Eagl Stores ABERYSTWYTH T Business Notices. SPECIAL NOTICE. JOHN RICHARDS & CO. TAILORS, DRAPERS, OUTFITTERS, LADIES' COSTUMIERS < £ JUVENILE CLOTHIERS, Beg to draw the attention of the Public generally to their large and varied STOCK Which embraces all the Newest Novelties in Ladies' High-class Costume Cloth and Gents' do., Suitings, Coatings, Trouserings, and Fancy Vestings. ALL departments are well sorted with HIGH-CLASS GOODS for the present season I from the BEST MAKERS. LADIES' Jackets, Costumes, Hockey and Cycling Skirts, and all Garments, are made by PRACTICAL MEN TAILORS on the PREMISES, promptly. A large assortment of Boys' and Men's best make ready-made Suits, Overcoats, Trousers, Vests, Mackintoshes. J. & R. MO RLE Y S HIGH-CLASS HOSIERY of every description, &c., &c. WELCH MARGETSON k CO.'s Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Fronts, Ties, Braces, &e. Rugs, Carriage Aprons, kc., &,c. Silk and Felt Hats, and Caps made to order at short notice. I ONE PRICE ONLY, AND STRICTLY MODERATE. MARKET STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. WLD WEDDING RINGS Thick and Heavy, Latest Pattern Great Variety, Largest Stock in Wales. 21/- Also Keepers of every description Sizes sent free on application- i.i' A..M.Webb, CARDIGAN. 22 ct. gold-35/- ESTABLISHED 1815. OWEN, Bakers & Confectioners, 1 19 & 21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. REFRESHMENTS as usual. I IMMENSE SUCCESS. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly COLEMAN S QUININE WINE recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Profession. c OLEMAN'S QUININE WINE COLEMAJS S QUININE WINE is c FIN2 TONIC and a SPLENDID PICK-XF- VP. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly t? r i 1Il'C!- OT T' recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical /"COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Profession. QOLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Cures neuralgia, rheumatism, nervous disorders. Improves the appetite and strengthens the system. COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Highly /COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE recommended COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE by the /COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Medical /COLEMAN'S QUININE WINE Profession 0OLEMANS QUININE WINE MEDICAL MEN ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDING Sold by all Grocers and Chemists. Wholesale Agents-EDWARDS & SON, 147, QUEEN VICTORIA ST., LONDON. Proprietors-J. CHAPMAN and CO., Limited, NORWICH and LONDON. Samples bottles sent free on receipt of 3d for Postage Sold ÍJy- J. JAMES & Co., rocer, Terrace-road, ABER- YSTWYTH J. MATHIAS & Co., Bridge-st., ABERYSTWYTH A. NOYES West End Stores. ABERYSTWYTH HOWELL JONES' Victoline A SAFE AND EFFECTIVE REMEDY FOK Neuralgia, Toothache, and all Pains in the Head, arising either from disordered state of Stomach or Weakness of the Nerves. IN BOTTLES, Is. Ud., 2s., and 3s. 6d. PREPARED ONLY BY M. Howell Jones, A.P.S. CHEMIST, TOWYN. ESTABLISHED 1856. E. ROWE & SONS, FIRST-CLASS TAILORS AND OUTFITTERS, OXFORD HOUSE, 65, NORTH PARADE. GENT'S OVERCOATS LADIES' CLOTH COSTUMES GENTS' BUSINESS SUITS GENT'S OVERCOATS LADIES' CLOTH COSTUMES GENTS' BUSINESS SUITS GENT'S OVERCOATS LADIES' CLOTH COSTUMES GENTS' BUSINESS SUITS FROM 45s. FROM 42s. SOs. ORDERS EXECUTED ON THE PREMISES. ELLIS' PATENT COMBINED OIL CAN & FEEDER 7 iK ■ S t THE CELTIC." /yv ( DAVID ELLIS & SONS, Frff IRONMONGERS, 7^^ I If' 6, CHALYBEATE STREET, V [If ABERYSTWYTH. liii. "P CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. LONDON PANTOMIMES, Tussaud's Exhibition, Baker Street. Royal Aquarium, St. James' Park. On MONDAY, JANUARY 20th, 1902, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS Will be issued to LONE) ON Third Class Fares for the double journey. Prom Time of 2 riays 5 days 8 days starting, tickets. tickets. tickets Aberystwyth.12 301 Bow Street .12 40 "I Oc? *Llantihangel 12 45 }• o *Ynyslas .12 55 J 17s6d 21s Glandovey 1 7 ) Machynlleth. 1 35 f AXo Passengers return from London (Euston) as under:— Two Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Wednesday. January 22nd. Five Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Sat- urday, January 25th. Eight Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Monday, January 27th. "Passengers for Ynyslas and Llanfihangel, 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. Gougb, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. c. S. DENNISS, ,e Secretary and General Manager Oswes" J, .II COME TO THE WELSH INDUSTRIES DEPOT MARKET ST., ABERYSTWYTH. J. MORRIS, PENLLWYN, For the best quality of REAL WELSH- FLANNEL AND SHIRTINGS BLANCEDI A BRETHYNAU CARTREF, DRESS MATERIALS, SKIRTS, AND SHAWLS, HOSANAU GWLAN 0 BOB MATH. GREEN WELSH POTTERY, Open only on Mondays and Saturdays during Winter from 12 till 6 p.m CYHHELIR Eisteddfod Fawreddog MEWN PABlaL EANG, YN GOGINAN. ■ DYDD GWENER Y GROGLITH, 1902, Æ-ir y manvlioj saf. Business Notices MEDDYGINIAETHAU ANFFAELEDIG. TIC AND NEURALGIA MIXTU TRY L/ONESf Rcadacbe Powders. Which rarely fails to give relief, and f banish all pain. A BLESSING TO SUFFERING HUMANITY. One trial will convince the most sceptical. Price Sixpence per Box. PREPARED ONLY BY Cbomas Jones, Chemist, Druggist and Dentist, POST OFFICE, TREGARON. MILK BUSINESSES. Rattray & Jenkins Just to hand, 150 MOST GENUINE BUSINESSES, from 8 to 100 Barns. More experience in the Dairy Trade than any other Dairy Agents. Those from North and South Wales, please write or call. RATTRAY & JENKINS, 1, AMNER ROAD, BROOMWOOD ROAD, CLAPHAM JUNCTION, LONDON. No More Draughty Doors. W. H. JONES. i.l. 36, LITTLE DARKGATE ST., Has a :New kind of Draught-Excluder. The Neatest and lAost Durable Made. Call and see my White Enamelled Pudding Basins. Everlasting Ware. PUBLIC NOTICE. D. M. IIAM EH, Proprietor of the Don Toilet Saloon, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, WISHES to inform the residents generally and » the present patrons that he has taken over the above Business (lately owned by Air. W. H. Jones), and trusts your kind support will be con- tinued. First-class experienced men only employed, so that customers will be attended to with despatch. NOTE THE ADDKESS THE 'DON'TOILET SALOON 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite New Market Hall), ABERYSTWYTH:, WINTER SKIN CREAAI. For the Hands & Complexion. This preparation is unequalled for softening: and beautifying the skin, and defending it from the influence of summer's sun and winter's wind. DIRECTIONS.—A little to be applied to the skin and rubbed in until quite dry. The most delicate needlework may be undertaken without washing the hands after using it. NEITHER STICKY NOR GREASY. REMOVES AND PREVENTS CHAPPED HANDS, SUNBURN, FRECKLES, &e. Price 64. S Is. per Bottle. TESTIMONIAL. 21, Feversham Crescent, York, 4 November, 1901. Dear Sir,—Mrs. Hollins wishes me to get her another bottle of your Winter Cream." similar to -That I got from you last winter. She suffers a great deal with chapped hands, and wishes me to tell you that she has never used anything before that she likes so much. Please there- fore send one of your largest bottles, and let me know how much it will be and you shall have stamps to balance. Yours sincerely, J. W. HOLUNS." PREPARED ONLY BY John P. Thomas, M.p.r Pharmaceutical d' Dispensing ('læm.ü 20, GREAT DARKGATE ST., AN, 60, TERRACE Rp <) "< '3 '(..4" .4