LEADING ARTICLES Mr. D. D. Williams and his Cheap Critics Notes and Comments.
I NEWS FROM Aberystwyth, Bala. Afcerayron. Barmouth. Dolgelley, Machynlleth. Lampeter, &c., &c.
DAFAD GRWYDREDIG. Mae oen crwydredig yn Maesglas, Tregaron. Oni jherchenogir cyn Chwefror y lOfed, 1902, fe'igwerthir dalur costau. Ymofyner a Stephen Jones. S± B|LFH 1 1 ■ J1.! ——G-I Wanted. LARCH AND OAK TREES Wanted in quanti- fies.—John Evans, Timber Merchant, Caersws, Hoot. \KTANTED, Mining and Quarry Plant, Rails, ▼ f Machkiery, Trams, Pumps, Waterwheels, Wrdoght and Cast-irons, Scrap, Lead, Zinc, Copper, Brass, Hemp, and Manilla Ropes, Ships, Bails, Anchors, Chains, Waste, Rubber, etc., etc. HJgfeest Cash priees.-Mcllqubam, Bridge End Stapts, Aberystwyth. .AOCERY. Wanted a Strong Lad. 15 years of V* age as an Apprentice. Good hours.—Apply JMIP JONES, Grocer, Ystrad Rhondda. WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, General Ser- vants, and Kitcfeenmaids.—Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. 1- OROCERY.—Wanted Young Man as Haulier fcc., accusromed to horses; indoors good vages to suitable man.—State particulars, Stephen Urms, Tonyrefail. GROCERY.—Wanted Young Man to look after Horse and deliver and assist indoors..—Ap ply, W. Clarke, Blaenclydach. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. 500 to 1000 Rabbits wanted weekly, state lowest eash price on Rail.-Apply, Messrs VAUGHAN and Co., Commission Agents, 17, Leckwith-road, OaJiton, Cardiff. WANTED.—A young lad as an Apprentice to the Grocery and Provision Trade, must be 15 years of age.-Apply, R. D. Jones, provision Ins-chant, New Tredegar, via Cardiff. GENERAL SERVANT WANTED in a family of two persons and comfortable home near Un"don.-Apply, Mrs. Goslin, Ravenscroft, Welling, Kent. WANTED to purchase,1 TURKEYS and Clean- dressed GEESE, See., all sorts of GAME. Beat prices given. Purchasers of same will do well to book orders early.-E. P. TAYLOR, Radnor House, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. 2 WANTED immediately a thoroughly trust- worthy Working Housekeeper for a small far 3 able to make butter and cheese. Good ■aiarv Applications, stating age. experience, sal- •ry^quired, with two testimonials to D. Edmonds, Capel Bach Farm, Llangonoyd, Bridgend. WANTED, good GENERAL SERVANT at once Able to cook, wash and iron four m family housemaid and boy kept. Wages, 5% Mrs- Rum, Abertillery Vicarage, Monmouthshire. TO TAILORS. WANTED immediately, good TROUSER HAND; also COAT HANDS. Constant tlcik for steady men.—Apply, MORGAN, Regent Aberystwyth. A PPPFNTICE Wanted for the Ironmongery and A Implement Trades. Terms, 3 years outdoors. —Apply, William James & Sons, Newcastle Emlyn. WANTED, WORKING WOODMAN, well up in measuring, valuing, and planting trees also iraining pricing, and general estate repairs, etc. Knowledge of Welsh desirable must be sober, young, kud active.-lipply, stating age, whether married or tingle. and wages required, to Mr. Richard Gillart, Estates' Office, Plas, Machynlleth. :& For Sale. U^LOWERS.—Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale 1:1. Palms, &c., on Hire for Decoration.-Apply 5b^d GARDENER, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Aberystwyth. I]WIM-E CLOVER and Rye Grass Hay 80s per ton, Prime Meadow Hay 75s. per ton, brassed delivered on rail, Ruthin Wheat Straw in battens 55s per ton Oats and Barley Straw 45s Prime quality Garton; abundance Seed; Jfrheat straw £ 3 per ton on rail Flint and Denbigh Kns SSs atP7s 6d per 105; Burton Prize Malting Barley Seed; also Chevelier Barley Seed. Cmfes and prices on application. Apply, QU'QBES, Che STORES, Ruthin. ID BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, a desirable X Dwelling House, situate in Railway-terrace, ining 8 rooms.-Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. MILLINER' Shop For Sale or by valuation.— Apply to Miss E. J. Howells, College-street, ter t>OR SALE by Private Treaty, all that Leasehold -tj Messuage and Premises situate and being No. 24, Alexandra-road (formerly Railway-terrace), con- taining front and back Parl™rs- £ ltch^ "Wash hnnsp 3 bedrooms and attic, and usual ornces »nd yard UnSpired term, 39 years or thereabouts from the 12th day of May next. Total groundI rent, £ .-For particulars apply to T. J. bamuei, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. To Let. ARTTRV^TWYTH.—TOBE LET, at once, several splendid Dwellin Houses, containing 14 Scorns pleasant situation, few minutes walk from the Proinenade.—Apply, MESSRS DANIEL, SON and ^HSREDITH Estate Agents, Queens-road, Aber- ystwyth. — TARNISHED SITTING ROOMS and one or -T two BEDROOMS TO LET in convenient ■treet in Aberystwyth.—Apply X., Office of this r. — BORTH. For Sale, by Private Treaty, a Free- hold Dwelling House, containing Seven Rooms, *aall Garden.-Apply, Daniel, Son, and Meredith, Aberystwyth. Apartments. 6mmNITY PLACE, apartments to let, con TSt to a°d WARDS. LAREMONT HOUSE, 30, of |^LAREMONT HOUSE, of Vj centrally situated and terms First-class apartments. M and cold deduced charges for winter months; J^rgai^NKERS baths sanitary arrangements perfect =- MANCHESTER & MILFORD RAILWAY NOTICE TO TRADERS. THE Head Offices of the Company have been re- moved to more commodious and convenien premises situated in Alexandra-road (lately known as Railway-terrace), at the corner of Union-street opposite the Railway Station, where a branch has been opened for receiving and forwarding Parcels traffic by passenger trains, and dealing with enquiries respecting the Tourist Ticket* _.J OULTRY-KEEPERS should procure a useful IV Book on Poultry-keeping and Thorley's Almanack for 1902, both of which will be sent on receipt of two penny stamps (to cover postage).- Address Almanack Dept., Joseph Thorley (Ltd.), King's Cross, London, the Proprietors^ [Ovum, Xborley's Poultry Spice, Sales by Auction. TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF SHOPS AND DWELLING HOUSES. MR. R. K. JENKINS Has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, On Wednesday, February 19th, 1902, At 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the following Desirable, FREEHOLD PROPERTIES LOT. 1-All that Grocer's Shop and Dwelling-house situate at the corner: of Bridge-street and South- road containing shop, sitting room, and kitchen on the ground floor, sitting room and two bedrooms on the first floor, and three bedrooms on the second floor. This Lot is in the occupation of Mr James Mcllquham. LOT 2.—All that Dwelling-house situate in Bridge* street and kÍiÐwu as Bridge End House containing sitting room, kitchen and back kitchen on the Ground Floor, sitting room and two bedrooms on the first floor, and three bedrooms on the second floor. Also a large warehouse in the basement measuring 30ft. by 30ft. This Lot is subject to retention of posession by Mrs Jones for her life at an annuaJUrental of £ 20, LOT 3.—All that Earthenware Shop 'and Dwelling- house known as No 10, South-road. Also Warehouse in the basement measuring 23ft by 30ft. This lot is in the occupation of Mr James Mcllquham. LOT 4.—All that Dwelling-house adjoining the last shop being No 9, South-road in the occupation of Captain Jones together with cellar in basement. LOT 5.—All that Dwelling-house adjoining the last Lot being No. 8, South-road in the occupation of Mrs Botwood, also a commodious Warehouse in basement measuring 23ft by 30ft. The last 3 lots are admirably adapted Jas Shops, Private Residences or Lodging Houses. The vendor reserves the right of putting up Lots 1 and 2 together in case purchasers should desire to secure the block for the purpose of enlarging the sfyop and making one fine frontage, or in the alternative to put up together Lots 1 and 3 as at present held by Mr Mcllquham. The premises are a particularly desirable property. The Grocer's Shop is in the main thoroughfare which leads to Trefechan and to all) the roads Jtouth of Aberystwyth. The Shop stands at the junction of four roads and supplies, with scarcely any opposition, Mill-street, Bridge-street, and South-road to South Marine-terrace, High-street, Prospect-street, Pen- maesglas-road, etc., etc. It is in one of the best positions in the town and suitable for any kind of business. The Warehouses in the basement referred to are invaluable for the storage of goods. The district is a rising and improving part of the town as South-road leads to the new Marine- promenade now in course of erection. All Lots except Lot 2 are held on yearly tenancies and can be terminated by the usual six months notice. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, of No. 9, Baker-street, or to Messrs Smith Da vies and Co., Solicitors, all of Aberystwyth. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE FREEHOLD FARMS OF RUGOG AND TYMAWR Situate between Corris and Talyllyn in the County I of Merioneth, will be Offered for Sale at an early date. For further particulars apply to Mr. John Rowlands, Solicitor, Machynlleth; Messrs. Evans & Gillart, Solicitors, Machynlleth; or Messrs. Gillart & Sons, Auctioneers, Machynlleth. To be Sold. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the several stacks of well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1901, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— Estimated Estimated STATIONS. Weight STATIONS. Weight Tons. j. Tons. Tons. j. Tons. Kerry I 3 I Portmadoc I 4 Boughrood 4 | Criccieth 6 Talgarth 6 J Abererch | 4 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to C. S. DENNISS Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, December, 1901. Educational. PENCADER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. BOARDING and Day School for Boys and Girls, Additional boarding accommodation for the exclusive use of girls has been recently protided by the erection of two new houses specially designed for the purpose. This department is under the supervision of the Music Mistress. The diet'is un: limited and of the best quality. THIRTY-SEVEN SUCCESSES obtained this year, including the Matriculation of the Universities of London and Wales; College of Preceptors; South Kensington Science and Art Entrance to Theological Colleges of Bangor (Baptist) and Car- diff (Baptist): Queen's Scholarship. Since 1891 a total of 511 SUCCESSES obtained at Public Examinations, including those of 38 Under-graduates of the Universities of London (20), Wales (9), and the Royal University of Ireland (9). Terms and reports on application to the Head Master. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS y I C T O R I A (MARINE) T ERR ACE A BERYSTWYTHi SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B. LLOYV. 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, Aberystwyth. Pupils prepared for the London and Welsh Matricu lations Oxford and Cambridge Examinations, &c. I For Terms kc,, apply PRINCIPAL] LLANDYSSUL COUNTY SCHOOL. HEADMASTER: WILLIAM LEWIS, M.A. CANTAB., 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 qualified Mistress. Excellent Accommodation for Boy and Girl Boarders with the Headmaster at a very moderate fee. Tuition fee: iEl per term, or £3 per annum. Public Notices. —————1 ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY. NOTICE. H THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Gov- JL ernors and Subscribers of the above Institution will be held at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, on Saturday, February let, 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. NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE AGRI- CT-TLTURAL* SOCIETY. NOTICE. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING for the Election of Officers and the transaction of other business will be held on Monday next, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at the Lion Royal H Aberystwyth. FORTHCOMING SALES BY MESSRS. Daniel, Son and Meredith Tuesday, February 11th.—Gwalia House, Llwyn- gwril. Drapery and Grocery Stock-in-Trade. Commencing at 1.30 p.m. Wednesday, February 12th.—No. 1, Glanaber Villas, Barmouth. Household Furniture and other Effects. Commencing at 1.30 p.m. Tuesday, February 18th,-No. 2, Belle Vue, Bar- mouth. Household Furniture and other Effects. Thursday and Friday, February 20th and 21st.-Sale Rooms, Aberystwyth. Household Furniture, &c. Wednesday and Thursday, February 26th and 27th.— At Marine Parade, Barmouth. Household Furni- ture, &c. Wednesday and Thursday, March 12th and 13th- Hendremynach, Barmouth. Household Furni- ture, &c. EMIGRATION TO CANADA. Canada offers great inducements to Farmers, Farm Labourers, Young Men desiring to learn Farming, Domestic Servants, and all classes 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. NEWCASTLE EMLYN. HUGE EISTEDDFOD Wednesday, 13th |August, 1902. CHIEF CHORAL TEST PIECE-" The Night is departing (from Mendelssohn's Hymn of Praise"). PRIZE £ 100, and Music value £3 to the Conductor* MALE VOICE TEST Pirciz-11 Son of God," by Mr. D. Jenkins, Mus. Bac. PRIZE X40. Programmes giving fuller particulars, 2d.; by Post, 2 £ d. W. LEWES, Esq., Hon. Sec. T. T. ELIAS, Seca. J. PICTON JONES, j eCI. LLEDROD. A GRAND PLO UGHING MATCH WILL BA HELD On Wednesday. February 12th. 1902, AT FFOSGOY. For particulars see posters. R. O. WILLIAMS, Secretary, Post Office, Bronant* David T. Davies Begs to inform the Public that he has started a Business as AUCTIONEER & VALUER And hopes to receive their kind support. Sales of Freehold and Leasehold Propel" ties, Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc., etc., undertaken. PANTYBEUDY H XLL. LLANGEITHO. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. CHEAP WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS ARE ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY f TO Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Peter- borough, Derby, Burton-on-Trent, Stafford, Cov- entry, Manchester. Preston, Blackburn, Bolton, Leeds, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Liverpool, Birken- head, Wigan, Warrington, Leicester, Shrewsbury, Bradford, Sheffield, and Northampton, FROM Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth, Aberys- twyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Penrhyndeudraeth, Criccietb, and Pwllheli. Passengers return on the Monday or Tuesday following issue of tickets. For full particulars as to train times and fares see bills. SIMILAR WEEK-END AND TEN DAYS' TICKETS are also issued from Liverpool, Manches- ter, Stockport, Chester, Crewe, Stafford, Shrews- bury, Bradford, Leeds, Oldham, Huddersfield. XI — « 1..5.1J! n1__1_L. "1-1" Haiirax, Kocnaaie, WAKENEIU DIUCKUUlll, VUUIACJ, Accrington, Burnley, Bolton, Wigan, Warrington, Preston, Leicester, Derby, Burton, Stoke, Burslem, Hanley, Birkenbead, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Wednesbury, Walsall, Peterboro', Northampton, Hull, Sheffield, Barnsley, &c., &c., to Oswestry, Llanymynech, Llanfyllin, Welshpool, Montgomery, Newtown, Llanidloes, Machynlleth, Borth. Aber- ystwyth, Aberdovey, Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley, Harlech, Portmadoc, Criccieth, and Pwllheli. WEEK-END EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO EDINBURGH & GLASGOW (By the direct route via Whitchurch, Crewe, Preston and Carlisle), Available for return on the following Sunday (where Train Service permits), Monday or Tuesday. For particulars of Fares, &c., see Handbills issued by the Company. All information regarding Excursion Trains and Tourist arrangements on the Cambrian Railways can be obtained by Mr W. H. Gough, Traffic Super- intendent, Oswestry. C. S. DENNIBS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, Jan., IOM >I. = Business Notices. Jr- j, I I. JENKINS, I Eagle Stores, 26- Great Darkgat*!Street, At Aberystwfth. t OUR JK Home-Cured Hams and Bacon ARE DEUGtOUS ——— .i" 'JEAS flfEAS fEAS SPECIAL BLENDS AT POPULAR PRICES. THE PERFECTION j&ALTJE AND QUALITY A 28. PER LB. 2S. r: '¡': r JENKINS' HOME-MADE BREAD. AGENT FOR HOVIS. Cakt ConftctiOntrp 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. JENKINS, aglt storts ABERYSTWYTH I ABERYSTWYTH T I Business Notices. SPECIAL NOTICE. SPECIAL NOTICE. — GREAT ANNUAL — CLEARANCE SALE OF firaperp, furnisbi'nq, A RtadP=made (lotftina AT LONDON HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. FOR ONE MONTH ONLY GREAT BARGAINS will be offered in all Departments during the Sale. Remnants and Odd lengths at about Half-price during the Sale. ARWERTHIANT MA WR BLYNYDDOL o bob math o Nwyddau Dillad, Oilcloths, Carpets, Blancedi, Ticks, Sheets, Calicos. Yr holl Remnants i'w clirio allan yn ystod y Sale am haner pris. ROWLAND MORGAN, LONDON HOUSE, GREAT DARKGATE STREET. The Finest Steel in the world is used in the makeof M. H. DAVIS AND SONS' CELEBRATED CYMRO RAZORS. PRICE, 3s 6d. EACH. Shaving is a real pleasure with one of these. Sold only by M. H. DAVIS & SONS, Aberystwyth. The Standard of Highest Parity.'—The Lancet. (Eadbury's eoeoa DELICIOUS AND UNADULTERATED. NO KOLA, MALT, OR HOPS. SPEOIALLY RICH IN FLESH-FORMING AND HEALTH SUSTAINING PRINCIPLES. ABSOLUTELY PURE, THEREFORE BEST. GOLD WEDDING RINGS Thick and Heavy, Latest Pattern Great Variety, Largest Stock in 21/- Also Keepers of every description Sizes sent free on application— A. M.Webb, 22 ct. gold-35/- ESTABLISHED 1815. OWEN, Bakers & Confectioners, 19 & 21, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. REFRESHMENTS as usual. STEPHEN VAUGHAN DAVIES, QOKN y OUP, AND p ROVISION TMTERCHANT, LAMPETER. THE Finest Te Man Brith that can be procured for Is. 4d. per lb. Sole Proprietor «f the Tea Brith Stephen Is. lOd. with its marvellous, flavour aad Superb Quality, has sprung with a bound into the ghest in public flavour. ELLIS'PA TENT WjJS COMBINED OIL CAN & FEEDER If THE CELTIC." 03\ DAVID ELLIS & SONS, CP IRONMONGERS. Iff L I 6, CHALYBEATE STREET, t ABERYSTWYTH. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. Cruft's Dog Show, Royal Agricultural Hall, February 12—14. Tussaud's Exhibition, Baker Street. Royal Aquarium, St. James* Park. ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH, 1902, CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS Will be issued to LONDON Third Class Fares for the double journey. )MI Time *f 2 days 5 days 8 dav« starting, tickets. ticket*. tiAets Aberystwyth.12 30 Bow Street —12 40 *Llanfihangel 12 45 o rSSJ 17s6d 21s Glandovey 1 7 ) "I "I o Machynlleth. 135) AXo Passengers return from London (Euston) as under:— Two Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Satur- day, February 8th. Three Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Mon- day, February 10th. Five Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Wed- nesday, February 12th. Eight Days Passengers return at 9-45 p.m. on Friday, February 14th. .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. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. :C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager OtweetxyP January, 1902. COME TO THE WELSH INDUSTRIESDEPOT 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 CYNHELIR Eisteddfod Fawreddog MEWN PABELL EANG, YN GOCXINAN, DYDD GWENER Y GROGLITH, 1902, Prif Ddarn-" Nid i ni, 0 Arglwydd" (RHEDYNOG PRICE). Gwobr, I'6, a Medal i'r Arweinydd. Ceir ylmanylion yr wythnos nesaf. Business Notices MEDDYGINIAETHAU ANFF AELEDIG. TIC AND NEURALGIA MIXTURE. TRY JONES' Eeadacin Powders. Which rarely fails to give relief, and banish all pain. A BLESSING TO SUFFERING HUMANITY. One trial will convince the most sceptical. Price Sixpence per Box. PREPARED ONLY BY Cbomas Jones, Cbemisr, Druagist 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 )ther Dairy Agents. Those from North and South iVales, please write or call. RATTRAY & JENKINS. 1, AMNER ROAD, BROOMWOOD ROAD, CLAPHAM JUNCTION, LONDON. No More Draughty Doors. W. H. JONES, IRONMONGER, "4" r"- 36, LITTLE DARKGATE ST., Has a New kind of Draught-Excluder. The Neatest and most Durable Made. Call and see my White Enamelled Pudding Basins. Everlasting Ware. tD PUBLIC NOTICE. D. M. HAMER, Proprietor of the Don Toilet Saloon, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, WISHES to inform the residents generally and the present patrons that be has taken over the above Business (lately owned by Mr. W. H. Jones), and trusts your kind support will be con- tinued. First-class experienced men only employed, rso that customers will be attended to with despatch. NOTE THE ADDRESS: T]IIE 'DON TOILET SALOON 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET, (Opposite New Market Hall), ABERYSTWYTH. WINTER KIN CREAM. 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. Pricc 64. A I s. 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 what I got from you last winter. She suffers a great deal with chapped bands, 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 bow much it will be and you shall Yours sincerely, J. W, HOLLINS." PREPARED OXLY BY John P. Thomas, M.P.S. Pharmaceutical J; Dispensing Chemist, 20, GREAT DARKGATE ST., AND 60, TERRACE RD., ABERYSTWYTH.