SCALE OF CHAIGES FOR PEEP AID ADVERTISEMENTS. No. of One Three Six Words. Insertion. Insertions. Insertions. s. d. s. d. s. d. 21 1 0 2 0 3 6 28 1 6 3 0 4 6 ¡ 35 2 0 4 0 5 6 42 2 6 5 0 6 6 This Scale only applies to Advertisements of the Wanted and To Let" class and those referring o Stiles by private treaty. Orders MUST be accompanied by a remittance, otherwise the ordinary rates will be charged. Welsh Gazette Office, Bridge-street, Aberystwyth. a b j mrw&A QUITE SUPERSEDES THJI CLUE POT Sold in large Tubes, 6d. eack. Barclay and Sons, Limited, 96, FABRINGDON STREET, LONDON
Birtbs. iwarriaqes and Deaths. No notices of Births, Marriages, or Death can be incited unless forwarded by one of our ruognis$d AWrters, Correspondents, or Agents, or signed iff 4 clergyman, minister, registrar, or some other pomon known to us. U 6,9. is charged for paragraphs containing arty thinq beyond the bare announcement, marriages* JENKINS—JONfiS—March 26th, 1904, at the Registrars Office, Aberystwyth, before the Rev. W. Jones, Mr John Richard Jenkins, to Miss Catherine Jones, both I of Aberystwyth. Deaths. DA. VIES-March 25th, 1904, at the Infirmary, Aberystwyth, Miss Mary Davies, of Brighton House, Marine-terrace, aged 48 years. DAVIES—March 29th, 1904, at Cerdin Cottage, Llanwnen, Mrs Sarah Davies, aged 57 years. DAVIES—On the 22nd of March, 19C4, at St. Mary's-Iane, Cardigan, Margaret Davies, widow of Mr Thomas Davies, aged 78 years. EDWARDS-March 24th, 1904, at Pwllhofoi, Aberystwyth, Mary Edwards, widow of Morgan Edwards. aged:77 years. HERBERT—On the 23rd of March, 1904, at Glandulais, Manordeifi, (Pem.), Benjamin Herbert, infant son of Lewis Herbert, farm labourer. JENKINS—March 26th, 1904, at South-road, Aberystwyth, Evan William Jenkins, son of Mr John Jenkins, blacksmith, aged 22 years. JENKINS—March 27th, 1904, at Morlais House, Bridge- street, Aberystwyth, William Joseph Jenkins, tailor, aged 26 years. JONES-On the 25th of March, 1904, at Cnwc, Cilgerran, (Pem.), Elizabeth Jones, wife of Mr David Jones, quarryman, aged 69 years. JONES—On the 23rd inst-, at Coedperthi, near Newcastle Ernlyn, Mr J. N. Jones, aged 52 years. JONES—March 28th, 1904, at Penbryn, Bank Llanafan, Mary Jones, widow of Thomas Jones, aged 80 years. LLOYD-On the 25th of March, 1904, at Tyrhos, Cilgerran, (Pem.), Elizabeth Lloyd, widow of Mr Thomas Lloyd, master mariner, aged 62 years. WILLIAMS—March 25th, 1904, at Llwyngwyn: Pont Llanio, Llanvchaiarn, Jane, wife of Mr Jenkin WillliJ ams, aged 60 years.
Wanted. WANTED, for May, a situation as Nurse on the VV North IWales Sea Coast, age 25, good needle-woman, excellent reference.—J.E Office of this Paper. 164 ANTED, Gardener, single handed.—Apply, Captain Jones Parry, Tyllwyd, Newcastle Emlyn. 137 WANTED—A situation as Gardener; attend cows and generally useful; live in single. —Morris, 20. Park-street, Newtown, N. Wales. 145 Æ TED.-A smart, active Youth, as Appren- » » tice to Gents' Outfitting, &c.-Apply, Read, Hatter, Hosier, and Gents' Outfitter, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. 120 SITUATION WANTED as Housekeeper to Gen- 8 tleman, or Companion-Housekeeper to Lady. Domesticated ar,d willing.—A. Thomson, M.Wind- sor Terrace, Swansea. 141 A GIRL, WANTED, about 18 or 20 for Farm House, fond of children; good home and good wages to suitable girl.- Apply, Mrs Williams, Hampton Farm, Bridgnorth, Salop. 107 HOUSEKEEPER (working), respectable person for drapery business, cook, wash, iron. Nice position for capable person.—Samuel Thomas, benghenith. 110 SHOE-MAKER. -Wanted, good allround young 8 man, accustomed to repairs, good wages, con- stant work, teetotaler.—Apply, John Griffiths, Shoemaker, Mill-street, Aberystwyth. 115 AJV ANTED.— A~Partner, with £ 200 capital, to develop a quarry of stone already opened and tested for road metalling. Full information will be given to bona fide en quirers. -Apply, William Watts, Contractor. Cardigan. 100 WANTED, to rent small home or share of large one.—Apply, B," Welsh Gazette Office. WANTED, a steady sober Young Man te travel for photographer in enlargements &c., constant employment.—Evans, photographer Newcastle Emlyn. M" ILK, dairy of well cooled, wanted immediately 88', Brynymor-road, Swansea. WANTED, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, and Kitchenmaids.— Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. Enclose stamps for reply. /i p* —Information of genuine opening required in Country Town or Village by qualified Veterinary Sar"eon. Above commission paid if satisfactory. Replies conlldential.-M.302 Shelley's Gracechurc h-street. E.C. 73 CAPITAL SECONDHAND 10 H.P. Tangye Hori- zontal Steam Engine, Complete with GOTernors, Pump, Flywheel, Pulley, etc. Also one Waterwheel 8ft. diameter by 2ft wide. Bargains to clear. Bridge-end Foundry, Engineers and Ironfounders, Cardigan. For Sale. FOR SALE.—Two newly built Freehold Houses at Caergog. Containing two reception rooms, kitchen, and four bedrooms, bathroom hot and cold, with good sized gardens.—Apply, Evans, eu"' 4, U ion-street, Aberystwyth. 170 1 l^l'ATO—Lickley's Hoyal Welshman." The I finest, in existence, a certain prizewinner, 4d per lb 3s 6d for 14 lbs 4s carriage paid. Onion and cabbage plants Is 100 carriage free. Catalogue free.-William Lickley, Seedsman, Carmarthen. 140 EW LAID EGGS collected daily from the Farms. Price on application to D. Stephens, Wholesale Dealer, Trenova, near Pencader, R.S.O. 144 OR SALE.—White Welsh Boar, 2 years old one of the best stock-getters ever known. Moderate price.-Jones, Cwm Morgan, Newcastle Emlyn. 122 TO FLOUR DEALERS. — Having bought heavily before the recent advances, we shall Tie pleased to quote low prices for quantities of Silver King, Silver Star, VVV, CCC, or MX.— T. Powell & Co., Aberystwyth. 111 FOR SALE, a few ordinary shares in the Yale o £ Rheidol Light Railway Company.—Apply, H Rheidol," Welsh Gazette office, Aberystwyth. FbR SALE.—3 Ricks, about 22 Tons; of well- harvested HAY, one year old, at Werngadno, distance three -miles from Emlyn Station.-Apply D. and J. Rees, Pantdaniel, Newcastle Emlyn. OR SALE.-About 40 tons of Meadow Hay in good condition, near rail.-Apply, Box 17, Welsh Gazette." TWO CREAMERIES for Sale at a Bargain. To be sold as going concerns or separately. AU fitted np with the latest improvements.—Apply X, "Welsh Gazette," Office, Aberystwyth. LOWERS.-Cut Flowers and Plants for Sale Table Plants on Fire for Decoration.-Apply to R. C. Williams, Head Gardener, Queen's Hotel Gardens. A.berystwyth. "|7\0R SALE.—18 carat gold Gentleman's English JP Lever Watch, little worn, cost £ 14. sell for \£6., also Ladies' Watcbs, cost £12, sell for P.4., Oitto £2. Gent's 14 carat gold, filled 50/ Ten years guarantee —Particulars, Webb. Cardigan. 21 FOR SALE. SHIRE STALLION, 4 years old, 17 bands high, plenty of bone and feather (sound), good worker in all gears. Sire, Rolleston Royal Albert Shire Stud Book, No. 16364. Dam winner of numerous 1st prizes at the Agricultural Shows. Reasonable price.—Apply, P," Office of this paper. 158 SEASON 1904. Shire Horse.—Scarsdale Rocket, 12249, Black, 16.3., foaled 1889. The property of Capt. Pryse. Sire-Spark (4659.) Dam-(4387), Scarsdale Depper, by Champion (419), the sire of Harold's Dam. Grandsire—Champion Spark (2497). Scarsdale Rocket lias won the following prizes, the only time :shown :-1889, 1st Chesterfield, 1889, 2nd (onen cla«s' Ashbourne, 1890, 3rd Shire Horse Show, London, 1890. 2nd Royal, 1890, Po^ri or-h, 1892 3rd Shire Horse Show, London, 1892,2nd Royal,, 1892, 1st Doncaster: (all ages), 1894, 3rd Shire Horse Show, London, 1895, 1st Shire Horse Show, London, 1896, 2nd Shire Horse Show, London, 1897, 4th Shire Horse Show, London, 1897, 2nd Oarstang, 1897, 1st and Gold Medal. Edgeworth. 1899, 1st, Shire Horse Show, London, 1901, h. c., Shire Horse Show, London, 1901, 1st Cardigan, 1902, 1st Cardigan, 1903, 2nd Car- digan. 1904, h.c., feliire Horse Show, London. Scars- dale Rocket has been hired for the Gogerddan Estate lor season 1904. All Tenants who wish to use this Horse on or before April 15th please apply to the following members of the committee for terms R. James, Brynllys, J. B. Morgan, Glanfread, ML T. Williams, Cynnullmaw, or John Joseph, Gogerddan, Lg 162 To Let. L' '——t LODGINGS, within 5 miles of Aberystwyth; JLj charming spot, excellent travelling con- veniences board or otherwise.—Apply, C.B. Welsb Gazette." OfBce. 169 TO LET.—Fully licensed public house, good position, Noyaddwilvm Arms. — Apply, W. Woodward, auctioneer, Cardigan. 161 LAMPETER. TO LET, Bank Hall, one mile from Lampeter on the main road to Cardigan. The house is charmingly situated, overlooking the Teify, so well- known for its fishing. There are three reception rooms, and five bedrooms, kitchen and scullery, all large rooms, also kitchen garden, orchard and seven acres of land. Rent moderate-Apply, Mrs Fowden, Bank Hall, Lampeter. 143 TO LET, 12th May, House, Shop, with Stable and Yard, adjoining Old Black Lion, Bridge-1 street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, Smith, Davies k Co., Solicitors. 99 FOR HIRE.—A Mortar Mill, in first-class con- dition (nearly new), 6 feet pan also a Cir- cular Saw Bench, with Two Saws cut up to llin. Reasonable terms accepted.—Apply, Wm. Watts, Contractor, Cardigan. 101 O BE LET OR SOLD at Pontrhydfendigaid,> Dwelling House known as Tivyside with large Garden House containing j9 rooms with back kitchen and pantry, etc. Possession may be had 25th March next.-Apply to Jenkins, Black Lion Hotel, Pontrhydfendigaid. 94 TO LET.—House and Shop in Terrace-road, also House in Alexandra-road, both in excellent positions.—Apply Doughton, Terrace-road, Aberyst- wyth. 31 APARTMENTS.—A sitting room and two bed- rooms To Let. Also comfortable apartments, 3 minutes walk from station. Gornall, Pleasant View. Pencader. b TO BE LET. Small House partly Furnished, 3 £ miles from Aberystwyth. Two sitting rooms' 4 bedrooms, bathroom. Stable coach house, and about 7 acres of land.—Apply L. Pryse, Pantgwyn, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. BLODWEN HOUSE, Llanbadarn-nad, TO LET U from 25th of March next; stands in its own grounds with large Garden well stocked with Fruit Trees.—Apply, to Morgan, 18, Pier-street, Aberys- twyth, ABERYSTWYTH.—A convenient and comfortable house to let furnished for winter months. Open situation, rooms large, light and airy, bath room, hot and cold water, electric light. For terms apply to "R.S. It, of this paper. HOUSE TO LET, at Aberystwyth, near the eea front, pleasantly situated, south aspect, containing 15 rooms-viz., 9 bedrooms, 3 sitting rooms, kitchen, back kitchen, and basement, with hot and cold baths and W.C.'s; moderate rent.— Apply, H," Welsh Gazette" Office, Aber- ystwyth. 37 HAFODWNOG, NEAR LLANDYSSUL. TO BE LET from Michaelmas next, on yearly tenancy, or for a term 7 or 14 years, the desirable farm of HAFOD," otherwise HAFODWNG," in the Parishes of Llandissiliogo and Llandyssul, Cardiganshire, with the small holdings of BLAENHAFOD and SARNICOL, containg together 375 acres or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of the Representatives of the late tenant, Mr D Davies. The farm is situate near the Village of Ffostrasol, and is about 8 miles from the Market Town of Llandyssul. For particulars as to terms of tenancy, apply to Messrs MORGAN & RICHARDSON, 78 Solicitors, Cardigan Tenders. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a new Methodist Schoolroom at Hafod near Llan- rhystyd. No guarantee is given that the lowest or i any tender will be accepted. Plans and specifica- tions to be seen at Talybont House, Llanrhystyd. Tenders to be sent by April 7th, to E. MORRIS JONES, Talybont House, 141 Llanrhystyd. BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS DESIROUS of submitting TENDERS for the construction of a Timber Jetty and Cor- rugated Iron Sheds thereon, to be erected on the River Tivy, Cardigan Bridge, Cardigan, are requested to communicate with the Secretary, Western Counties Agricultural Co-operative Association, Ltd. Plymouth. 102 HACKNEY SfALLION SHOW NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE COB IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. THE above Seciety, requiring a Hackney Stallion not under 15-3 h.h. to travel the dis- trict this season, will hold a Show at Aberystwyth Smithfield, On APRIL 4th (Easter Monday Next). PRIZE B30 Os OD. All exhibitors must at time of entry sign an agreement that if their horse wins the prize, the horse will travel the (dlstrlCt in accordance with the conditions of the Society. A copy of agree- ment and all particulars can be obtained from Entrance Fee, 2s 6d. RUFUS WILLIAMS, 147 Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth EMLYN SAW MILLS, NEWCASTLE EMLYN. t The Public is informed that a great variety of II MB = R CAN BE OBTAINED AT THE ABOVE MILLS. A large stock of Building Timber and Boards of all dimensions always on hand; also Materials for Naves, Felloes, and Spokes are always available. Timber of the largest dimensions, as well as Firewood, sawn at the shortest notice and at reasonable prices. Proprietor- DAVID DAVIES, 159 Angel House. DEVIL'S BRIDGE. CYNHELIR EISTEDDFOD FAWREDDOG YN Y LLE UCHOD Dydd Mawrtht (Pasg), Ebrill sedt 1904. TESTYNAU: 1.-I'r Cor heb fod dan 40 mewn rhif, a gano yn oreu Cyfod uchel lef," (D. J. De Lloyd). Gwobr, £ 12. a Bathodyn aur i'r Arweinydd. 2.-I'r parti meibion heb fod dan 16 mewn rbif a gano yn oren I Soldier's Chorus," (Gounod), Gwobr, £ 2.0s. 3 j'r Cor o blant heb tod dan 20 mewn rhif, a gano yn oren "Telyn yn y Nef." (gan William Lewis, Llangyfelach). Gwobr, iEl 10s. Rhagleni i'w cael gan yr YSgrtfenyddiRn, Pris lc., trwy 'r Post lie. o J. C. JONES, ] The Stores, Devil's Bridge. V Ysgrifenyddion. JOHN HUGHES. J CARDIGANSHIRE. BY 'PHILIP SIDNEY." THE few remaining copies have now been JL bound with 40 plates, Antiquities, Chapels, Churches, Fonts. Plate, Registers of the county. Copies at 15/6 nett may be bad from the WELSH GAZETTE," OFFICE, ABERYSTWYTH. .M- Sales by Auction. TO FARMERS, HOUSEHOLDERS- AND OTHERS. SALE OF OAK SCANTLINGS, FIREWOOD, &c. MESSRS Daniel. Son, and Meredith are instructed by Mr Bateman to Sell by Auction at the Cambrian Railway Station Yard, Aber- ystwyth, On Monday, April 11 th, 1904, A large quantity of Oak Scantlings, Rail, Stakes, Rough Boards, and Slabs, suitable for fencing and other purposes. Also a large quantity of Firewood, cut into short lengths. In lots to suit purchasers. Sale at 2 p.m. Terms cash. 167 MEADOW ADJOINING THE VICARAGE, LLANBADARN ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. TO CAPITALISTS, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. Important Sale of Freehold Building Land. Mr. R. K. Jenkins Has received instructions from the Executors of the late Venerable Archdeacon Protheroe, to Sell by Public Auction, at the Lion Royal Hotel, on THURSDAY, the 7th day of April, 1904, At 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, all that desirable MEADOW OR FIELD Adjoining, and to the west of. the Residence known as ST. MICHAEL'S VICARAGE, containing by admeasurement 1 acre 2 roods and 39 poles, and now in the occupation of Evan Edwards, Esq., having a frontage of 150 yards to the main road. The land is divided into 9 Lots admirably adapted for building purposes. The property will be put up in 9 lots. Lot 1 has a frontage of 71 feet to Llanbadarn-road and a depth of 230 feet from front to back. Lots 2 to 8 have each a frontage of 40 feet to Llanbadarn-road and a depth from front to back of about 230 feet. Lot 9 has a frontage of 94 feet to Llanbadarn-road and a depth from front to back on the south side of 206 feet. These sites are beautifully situated, within easy distance of the fashionable seaside resort, Aber- ystwytb, and on the main road leading to the picturesque village of Llanbadarn. Plans and Conditions of Sale are now in course of preparation, and may shortly be had of Messrs. Sewell, Edwards, and Nevill, 25, Old Broad-street' London, E.C., or of the Auctioneer, 9, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. 156 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. 1 IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD 1 AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. ( ] To be Sold by Public Auction, by Mr. J. E. James, Instructed by the Rev. J. Pughe Morgan, ( On MOM DA Y, the 11th of April, 1904, t At the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, at 2-30 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to Conditions, in t Lots, or as may be determined at the time of Sale), ] the following 1 FREEHOLD & LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, 1 VIZ :— LOT 1. Two Freehold Farms, known as LLWYNGWYN and TY'NYPWLL near Glandovey Station, on the Cambrian Railways, containing 107a. lr. 15p., or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mrs. Elizabeth Jenkins. LOT 2.—Two Freehold Cottages and Gardens, known as DOL-YR-ODYN," near the Village of Llanbadarn-fawr, in the occupation of Mrs. Anne Jones and Mrs. Maria Jones respectively. LOT 3.—Two Leasehold Houses and Premises, Nos. 11 and 13, PROSPECT STREET, ABER- 1 YSTWYTH, in the occupation of Mrs. George Corfield and Mr. John Evans respectively. j LOT 4.—The Leasehold House and Premises, No. 33, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH, in I the occupation of Mr. David Jones. 1 Printed particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneer, Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyth; I Messrs. Collyer-Bristow, Hill, Curtis, Booth & Co., ( Solicitors, 4, Bedford Row, London, W.C or of ( Mr. G. H. Medlicott, Solicitor, Knighton. 157 d I GARDEN SEEDS- G. Wilkinson. OUR STOCK OF New Garden Seeds complete and comprise the following Peas :— American Wonder, Chelsea Gem, Dickson's First and Best, Eclipse, English Wonder, Gradus, Sutton's Al., Sutton's Dwraf, Defiance, The Sherwood, William Hurst, William the First, Daisy, Dr Hogg, Duke of Albany, Duke of York, Dwarf Telephone, Gladstone, Layton's Fillbasket, Ne Plus Ultra, Rentpayer, Stratagem, Sutton's Eureka, Telephone, Veitch's Perfection. SEED POTATOES. Myatt's Ash Leaf, River's Ash Leaf, Beauty of Hebron, White Hebrons, Puritan, Snowdrop, SoiXthern Star, Windsor Castle. Fine lot of U-to-date Seed at 8s. Broad Beans, French Beans, and Scarlet Runners, of the Finest Quality and all kinds of Vegetable Seeds. FLOWER SEEDS IN GREAT VARIETY. Firtree Oil, Lemon Oil, Fumigators, Manures, and every requisite for the Kitchen and Flower Garden. FLOWER POTS IN ALL SIZES. WREATHS AND CROSSES IN CHOICEST DESIGNS. Catalogues Free. W8 HADAU I HADAU11 SOWING SEASON. FOR ALL KINDS OF Farm and Garden SEEDS GO TO- THOMAS JONES, CHEMIST, POST OFFICE, TREGARON. A ganlyn yw ychydig o'r amrywiol fathau 0 HADAU a gedwir ynwastadol mewn Stoc :Red and White Clover, Alsyke Clover, Cow Grass Clover, Trefoil, Timothy, Perrenial and Italian Rye Grass, Meadow Fescue, Cocksfoot, Sheep Fescue, Hard Fescue, Crested Dogs-tail, Meadow Fox-tail, Sweet Vernal, Yellow Oat Grass, Rib Grass (Ceiliogod), Vetches, Peas (llwydon, cae a gerddi). Hadau Eithin, Turnip Seed, Swede Seed, Mangolds' A phob math o Hadau Gerddi, Linsepd (Had Llin), April Wheat (Gwenith Gwanwyn). 118 NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPAIITMENTS- NEW OILCLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, CARPETS, SHEETS, SHEETING, TICKS, TABLE LINEN, PLUSHETS, BLANKETS, HANGINGS, &c. Rowland Morgan, London House, "ABE R Y SfiT W YTH. _r:: ¡.A Public Notice. ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY. THE Board of Management-of the above Institu- i- tion invite TENDERS for the supply of Milk, Meat, Flour, Grocery, and Coal for the Six ensuing months. Tenders to be sent to the Secretary on or before Aoril 6th, 1904, from whom Forms may be had. 166 EDUCATION ACT, 1902. ADMINISTRATIVE POUNTY OF CARDIGAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, by Order of the Board of Education, dated 18th March, 1904, the Appointed Day" for the purposes of Part III. of the Act for the County of Cardigan has been further Postponed to the 1st day of July, 1904. H. C. FRYER, Clerk of the County Council. Aberystwyth, 22nd March, 1904. 154 Cardiganshire County Council. TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the County Education Committee. at their meeting to be held on the 21st of April, 1904, will fix the centres at which Travelling Dairy and Cookery Schools will be held, extensive lectures on Agriculture delivered, and courses of instruction in Gardening given, during the ensuing year. Parish Councils and Local Committees desirous of securing for their districts any of the above courses should send in their applications to the undersigned by the 16th of April at latest. Courses will only be granted subject to the condi- tion that there shall be a properly constituted Society or Local Committee, who will be responsi- ble for the arrangements and for the local printing necessary. H. C. FRYER, Clerk of the Council. County Council Office, Aberystwyth, 28th March, 1904. 165 E. MA R. CARDIGANSHIRE EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS, 1904. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for ¡he County of Cardigan will be held and kept at ;he Town Hall, Lampeter, on Thursday, the 7th lay of April, 1904, at Eleven o'clock in the fore- noon, at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors will be called over. The Court will then proceed with the business in ihe following order:—(1) County business; (2) rrial of Prisoners; (3) Hearing of Appeals. And )n the day and on the hour above mentioned all jbe Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend md answer to their names, and the Magistrates of he County are requested to cause all depositions 'elating to cases sent for trial at these sessions to je transmitted to the Deputy Clerk of the Peace on )r before the 31st day of March instant, and in jases arising subsequently immediately after being aken. F. R. ROBERTS, Deputy Clerk of the Peace. Abervstwyth, 21st March, 1904. 153 LLANFIHANGEL UPPER DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-I beg to tender my most sincere thanks to all those who ?ave me their loyal support on Saturday, the 26th nst. I feel proud of the great esteem that I am held n the parish of my birth, in spite of the side-issues ntroduced into the contest. I shall always consider it to have been a great privilege that I was allowed to take part in one of :he keenest contests, known in the parish. Though unsuccessful this time, I shall again )ffer myself as a candidate when the opportunity jomes. I remain. Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, T. VAUGHAN LEWIS. Nantarthur, Devil's Bridge, March 29th, 1904. 170 LLANGWYRYFON. (A t Etholwyr y Plwyf). Foneddigesau a Boneddigion.—Yr wyf yn dymu- no eich llongyfarch yn y modd mwyaf gwresog, ar eich buddugoliaeth arddercbog, ac anrhydeddus yn yr etholiad dydd Sadwrn diweddaf. Buddugol- iaeth i'w chofio oyda mwynbad digymysg am oes oedd hon. A pban gofier eich bod wedi troi y mwyafrif o 16 oedd yn fy erbyn tair blynedd yn ol, yn fwyafrif o 18 o fy mblaict y tro hwn, y mae yn brawf digamsyniol eich bod yn berffaith argy- hoeddedig o gyfiawnder fy achos, a daethoch allan yn llu: banerog o blaid y gwirionedd gyda dyfarniad effeithiol, a diameu genyf eich bod yn derbyntalyn eichmynwesauynyradgof am yfuddu- goliaeth glodwiw. Yr wyf finau hefyd yn dy muno ceisio dadgan fy niolchgarwch diffuant i chwi un ac oil a votiodd i mi, ac i'r rhai hefyd a fu mewn un- rhyw fodd, yn gweithio drosof yn ystod yr ethol- iad. Nis gall geiriau osod allan deimladau fy nghalon mewn diolchgarwch i chwi, Waith yr oedd sefyll etholiad yn y plwyf hwn, yn meddwl mwy i mi yn bersonol na hyd yn nod etboliad Llanrhystyd ac yr oedd fy ngelynion yn ymwy- bodol o hyny ac yn gwneyd eu goreu i'm gorch- fygu. Gwnaf fy ngoreu yn ol fy ngallu i'ch gwas- anaethu yn deg a cbyfiawn yn y Cynghor, ac ar Fwrdd y Gwarcheidwaid. Cawsoch flynyddau o brawf arnaf o'r blaen, ac ni chlywais acbwyniad yn y cyfeiriad yna gan neb. Gaa byny megis yr oedd y bydd, Diolch yn fawr i chwi i gyd. Yr eiddoch yn gywir, Cnwc-y-barcut, E. J. EVANS. Mawrth 28ain, 1904. Education. LLANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MR. S. STEPHENS, B.A., Inter. B.Sc. (London), a fiist-class certificate in Agriculture, pre- pares pupils for the Welsh and the London Matric- ulation and the Civil Service, while Practical Weighing, and Measuring, Agriculture, Book-keep- ing, and Shorthand, receive careful attention. A class in Agriculture is held on Thursday even- ings and in other subjects on Saturday mornings. Prospectus on application. 18 ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL (KCR BOYS AND GIRLS.) HEADMASTER David Samuel, M.A. (Cantab) SENIOR MISTRESS: Miss E. M. Ewart, M.A. (Vic.) History. ASSISTANTS Miss S. E. Thomas, Int. Arts (Lond) English etc. N. H. Thomas, M.A, (Oxon) Classics. P. G. Feek, B. Sc., Science. T. O. Pierce, B. Sc., Science and Mathematics. Charles Elsden, Literature and Modern Languages. J. H. Appleton, Cert. Art Master, Drawing, &.c. Miss H. Bertha Jones, Cookery, &c. Fees per term payable in advance Tuition fee ••• 1 13 4 F»r use of Books #26 Pupils are prepared for the Universities, the Professions, and Commercial Life, The School Buildings are excellent in- every respect, are pleasantly situated on a healthy eleva- tion and are within easy reach of every part of the town. The School re-opens on Tuesday January '5th, 1904. Any further information may be obtained from the Headmaster or from me, JOHN EVAN 6, Portland-street, Clerk. Aberystwyth. .o. Public Notices. S99BRSBHH^BBE!!IS9HAHI Welsh National Agricultural Society PRESIDENT: Right Hon. The Earl of Powis. ICE-PRESIDENTS The Right Hon. Lord Tredegar; The Right Hon. Sir H. Aubrey Fletcher, Bart., M.P. Sir Richard Green Price, Bart.; Sir Pryse Pryse, Bart.; Mr R. M. Greaves. THE ABOVE SOCIETY WILL HOLD ITS SHOW AT ABERYSTWYTH, :On August 3rd, 1904. Particulars can be had from Mr L. Pryse, Pant- gwyn, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. 86 PAREEZER 3 SON'S Alierystwyth Furnishing Emporium & Supply Stores, CORN MARKET HALL, Entrances inMarket-street & Little Darkgate-street. JUST THE PLA CE Aberystwyth needed, a Stores where you can buy almost everything, and at the very lowest prices. We do not want big profits. Our motto is small profits and quick returns. Satisfaction guaranteed. DO YOU WANT Furniture, Glass, China, Cutlery, Rugs, Mats, Carpets, Floor Clothes, Fenders, Fire Irons, Blankets, Clocks, Tea and Coffee Services, Cruets, Musical Instruments, Wedding or Birthday Presents. Pictures, Photo Frames, Opera Glasses cr any other class of goods go to PAREEZER'S STORES where you will receive the best class of goods at the very lowest prices. New novelty lines are added daily. SEE THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS IN ALL LINES IN THE COUNTY. Crowds walk through the Market daily and every- body is surprised to see the great improvements made and to see the Great Stock. OUR AIM IS TO TREAT YOU WELL. MR. JAMES REES Seventeen years with Messrs. Mumhy and Rowley 30, ALEXANDRA ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. (Close to the Station). VISITS: TREGARON the first and lastTuesda in each Month at Mrs Dewi Williams. Stanley House ABERAYRON on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday's in each month at Mrs Lampshire, 25, North-road (opposite Talbot). LAMPETER the second and fourth Fridays in eact- Month, at Mrs R Evans, milliner, 18, Harford Square. CORBIS on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays in each month at Mr W. Evans, Grocer, Liverpool House, MACHYNLLETH the Second and Fourth Wednes- days in each Month at Mrs. R. Jones, (Tanners), Pentrerhedin Street (opposite Lion Hotel). Very moderate charges. Consultations Free. Fit guaranteed. Practical assistant kept. J. R. has had 24 years' experience. MA VN GYMRO. DALIER SYLW.—Fe rhoddir pob cynorthwy i ymgeiswyr am Fusnes Llaeth gaD- D. J. TRUSCOTT & Co., Dairy Agents. &c., 11, Bond Court, 82 Walbrook, London, E.C. Miss M. GRIFFITHS, MILLINER, SOUTH ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Begs to inform her numerous Customers that she has just received a large assortment of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS from the Leading Houses. 146 Ax INSPECTION INVITED. JOSHUA EVANS' HAIR RESTORER. IS the safest, best and cheapest preparation for RBSTOR- ING GREY HAIR to its original colour. Not being a dye, it will neither colour nor in any way injure the skin. Price Is per bottle postage 4d extra. The postage on 3 bottles is 6d. Money returned if the desired efieet is not produced. Prepared only by- JOSHUA W. EVANS, Manufacturing Chemist, LLANDYSSUL, S.W t*A rt&tft Nfti. ESTABLISHED 1850. OWEN & SONS, Tailors. Hosiers, Hatters, Glovers, and Complete Outfitters, PARIS HOUSE, 11 & 13, ifORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH New Spring Goods. NEW SUITINGS. NEW TROUSERINGS. NEW COATINGS. NEW OVERCOATINGS. NEW COSTUMINGS. &c., &c. SUITS from £ 3 3s., COSTUMES from 3|Gs. Great Reductions IN REMAINDER OF WINTER SUITINGS, &c., LEFT IN STOCK. NEW POPLIN SCARVES, NEW SHIRTS & COLLARS, NEW RAINCOATS, WATERPROOFS, &C. OWEN & SONS. A WORD IN SEASON. I TRY MORGAN'S Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Influenza, j and all affections of the Chest, Throat, and Lungs. HAS CURED OMEBYS. WILL CURE You. PREPARED ONLY BY R. MORGAN. PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, ABERYSTWYTH. Sold in Is and 28 bottles WOKMRFUL RBSULTB Newcastle Emlyn. f j. OA VIES pastry COOK, AND v v- CONFECTIONER, THE EMLYN BAKEKY. NEWCASTLE EMLYN. CATERER FOR TEA PARTIES AND PIOMOS. RELIAKLE|FRESH GOODS ALWAYS IN STOCK. QUALITY 6AUD ORDERS SUPPLIED BY VAMB WITHIK DISTANCE OF 12 MILES, AGEMT FOR HOVtS BREAD. Scientific Eyesight Testing FOR Spectacles Arthur Pricc Dsvics EYESJGHTTESTING SPECTACLE FITTING QUALIFIED OPHTHALMIC OPTICIAN N0 CHARGE ISMADE FO ADVICE. (By Examination of the Anglo Americati School The Testing is thorough. Cases requirkitr Medial of Optics, London). Attention are refeerd to an Ophthalmic Sueon. TIVY HOUSE, (OpposllrR THE NEWCASTLE EMLYN. BlilDGE, TOM LLOYD emlyn^>res, A ■ 1 ■ ■ V/ A XJ NEWC ASTLE EMLYN WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER. CORN, FLOUR, MIDDLINGS, BRAN, BARLEY MEAL, OATS, &c., &c AGENT FOR THORLEY'S CAKE AND FOOD. BIBBYS LINSEED AND COTTON CAKE, ALWAYS IN STOCK. GROCERY AND PROVISIONS OF THE FINEST QWALITY AT MODERATE PRICES. HOME CURED BACON AND HAMS A SPECIALITY TRIAL ORDER RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED, WHICH SHALL HAVE MY PROMPT ATTBIfTJON POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. HORSES CARRIAGES AND TRAPS FOR HTRF TERMS MODERATE. Picpietu: TOM LLGYJ) ft A T TTT TT Family & Commercial Hotel, Li A_ J \_S JL 1 (UNDER NEW MAXAGBKflh* Newcastle ctmlyn Good Accommodation. Good selection of Horse and Carriages at shortest notice. Miles excellent Ss -ircr. and Tro Fishtng on the:River-rivy. Bus meets all 1 rains. ♦ JOHN EVANS# Proprietor. LLANDYSSUL. Dontt Extract Your Teeth. You will want them again. If youonlB led with NEURALGIA, TOOTHACHE, or HEADHACE TRY DAVIES' NERVINE POWDERS Which are undoubtedly the most Effectual Remedy yet discovered for the above complaints. One dose invariably Relieves the most Emerwt-iatisq Pain in a few minutes, by acting directly on the Nerves They are Guaranteed free from any dangerous chemicals, and are, therefore PenIt Safe and Easy to take. Then Why Suffer agony" wben you can get Immediate Relief ? Thousands of unsolicited Testimonials from all parth of the country. Sold in Boxes 13^4. Chemists or Post Free from [Agents wanted where not represented.] THOS. DAVIES, M.R.P.S., LLANDYSSUL, S. WALES. LONDON HOUSE, LAMPETER. WALTER D A V I E S, DRAPER, Respectfully begs to inform the inhabitants of the town and neigh, bourhood of Lampeter that his GREAT ANNUAL SALE IS NOW ON E6,000 WORTH OF STOCK TO BE OFFERED AT GREATLY REDUCED PRIGM During the Sale, early Spring Goods in all Departments will arrive daily, and will be offered at special prices. NO PATTERNS CUT DURING THE SALE. READY MONEY ONLY. DEWCH YN GRYNO, DEWCH YN GYNAR. CYFLEUSTRA DI-AIL AM FARGENION MAWRION. H. G. POWELL, Importor, Merchant, and Steam Saw Mills Proprieter, Sea Shore Mills, Aberayron. ♦ Stocks of Pine, Spruce, Pitch Pine, Flooring, Matched Boards, Oak Boards, Coffin Oak Logs and Planks, Plastering Laths Split and Sawn, Mahogany and Whitewood Logs and Boards, &c., &c. Timber supplied and sawn to customers. requirements. Being a direct Importer from the Baltic and other Ports, customers may rely upon good quality and most reasonable prices. Accurate work and prompt dispatch guaranteed. ——— 1 ■ II- EXCURSION I PARTIES TO ABERYSTWYTH Will find Accommodation up to any number at THE CAFE," Great Darkgate Street, For Breakfasts, Luncheons, Dinners, Teas, &c. PRICES TO SUIT ALL PARTIES. Particulars and Estimates from the Manager. DALIER SYL W CINIAW ARBENIG DYDDIAU MARCHNADOEDD. Joint, 2 Vegetables, Bread, Ac., 11- 80-PAGE ILLUSTRATED CATALOGllE. Wholesale Prices. Cycles, Motors, Accessories. 4,500 new and second-hand, machiines actually in stock, Cycles from 3060' B-S-A a Eadie's machines. Never such bargains offered. Agents wanted. Send for List. FREE TO CYCLISTS. Every Accessory, Frames, Tyres, i, Wheels, &c., Half-price. 50 per cent, less than other Makers. WARRILOW and Co., „ 3 — — WESTON-SUPKR-MAKB.. i — ESTABLISHED 1815. -7 O W E:N, Bakers & Confectioners, 18' k 21, NORTH PARADE, AusTsrwrai}