CYMR.Y LLUNDAIN.. ) Chwi ellwch gael y pa.pur hwn yn wythnasol yn ddidrafferth am 6/6 y ] flwyddyn, neu -3/3 am chwe' mis, o I Swyddfa'r WELSH GAZETTE, ABERYSTWYTH, Ma6 hefyd ar werth yn y Brif J ddinas gan y Mri. Everett a'i Fab, I Bells Buildings, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street—tua ergyd carreg o 'Forth'Liidd (Ludgate).
¡ I m Nma,?! QUITE SUPERSEDES THE GLUE POT Sold in large T ubes, 6d. each. Barclay and Sons, Limited. 95, FARRINGDON STREET, LONDON
Wribs, marriages and ideatbs. == N (I notin's of" B-irths, Marriaqts, or Deatn can be intei ted-vnlc*i forwarded by one of lJwr rtvogmsea Reporters, Correspondents, or Agents, or signfa by a clergyman, minister, registrar, or some other person known to us. It P.d. is charged for paragraphs containing any thina benmut the bare announcemtw. Birtbs. ROUTES—March• r8th;- wife of Mr. K. J- Jones, i9. South Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth, of a son. Death* mviFS—Mfirch- 19th at WUeiroguchaf, Borth. John f sJerral on Friday afternoon, ab s o'clock, for LlangorM en. jnKH<?_On the iqth instant, at her country residence (Jwinfrvn C atitiKanB hi re, Anne.Loxdal# Jones, widow St. David's, aged 56 years. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. Mrs. and Miss Griffiths, Queen's Road, Aberys- twyth beg to acknowledge the expressions of sym- pathy' with them in their bereavement. They are too numerous to acknowledge individually, and Mrs and 4iritfiths hope their friends will accept this acknowledgment.
Wanted. TAILORS WANTED. Young lad as small T job maker.—Apply to Dl.: Jones, Tailor. Llan- ddeiniol. 168a. %17'ANTED to buy good house, leasehold or W freehold. Full particulars to E.G." 141a WANTED small cottage or two unfurnished rooms, in or. within a mile of Aberystwyth, Apply A-B.C." Welsh Gazette Offices. 116a ANTED, Apprentice to Watrh and Jewellery W Trade no premium.—Apply, Thomas, -,18, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. 81a WANTED, at once, Smart Youth.as Apprentice, W and also an Improver to the General Drapery Trade.-Apply, J. T. Jones, Draper, Aber- ystwyth. W~* ANTED nice light trap, suit cob 14.2. Also good set harness. Full particulars to ;Schoolhouse, Penuwch, Llangeitho. 175a. ANTED, a capable young peason as working Housekeeper. Apply, O." ^zette Office, Aberystwyth. 164a. WANTED, a well educated Youth as an Apprentice to the Drapery and Outfitting Trade. Also an I Irnprover-ApPly to Daniel "Thomas, Aberystwyth. 53a WELSH Assistant Wanted for'-New Market Hall Stores, on Mondays. 617 ANTED, second hand complete set of double harnes.Apply to- James Davies, Saddler, Newcastle Emlyn. 600 AN'TED.A Strong reliable general servant W (Welsh). Able to wash and iron. Good wages; comfortable home; references indispensable Apply to Mrs Clement Thomas, Bedlinog, near Oardiff. 584 WAN'TED, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, General Servants, arid Kitchenmaids — Apply, Mrs Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. Enclose stamps for reply. ANTED good plain Cook, able to wash and iron (two in family); also House-Parlour- maid..Good character indispensable. References required.—Apply, Mrs. Charles' Griffith tjones, 37, High-street.- Cardigan. .COMMISSION AGENT, with connection amongst and Confectioners for .paper and Printing in Aberystwyth and District Apply with full particulars to Holloway. and Son, Portwall Xane, Bristol. 1 CARDIGAN DISTRICT EDUCATION COMMITTEE. WANTED, immediately, for the Girls Dept. of the (Cardigan Council School, a: Supple- mentary Teacher (late Act 68) until commence- ment of summer holidays. Salary, iC30 per annum. .Applications, stating age and qualifications with testimonials to be sent to IVOR EYANS, District Education Office. Clerk. Cardigan. 166a = For Sale. /-1WAIR AR WERTIl. Mae amryw dunelli o wair rbagorol ar wertta yn Glanwyre, Llan- irhystyd. FOR SALE.—One self .delivery Corn Reaper, quite new, excellent bargain. Apyly to D. Jones and Sous, Implement Agents, lc Lion, Beulah, Cardiganshire. 137a. TJ O BE SOLD, a Bay-Cob, coming five, 14 2 bands.—Apply, Office of this Paper. 65^ OR SALE, 4 Pups, 8 weeks old; pure natural bob-tailed; black and white colour; from grand working parents and price-winners; Price, Dogs, 1 10s.; Bitches, 7s 6d.—Davie«,-Old Castle, ^rdi- gan. 77a -r*OR SALE.—Plot of land, situated between Oar- X digan and New Town.—For particulars apply M. Jones, 26, Claude-road, Cardiff, or, E. andJ. Jones, Corner Honse, Cardiga-Ð. 665 Y7V5R SALE^—Strong Workman's Silver Lever F Watcb. capped, crystal gla&s 25s.-Ladies Silver Watch, 10s. 6d.—Post Free.—Webb, Jeweller, Cardigan. -■ SALE —Aberporth. A fine Sailing Boat, l °iStch ris;Len|h2l f«et, breadth 7'feet 6 inches, depth 3 feet 6 inches, tonnage 5 ™-100th- Gear in best working order; also a number of nets (herring).-For further particulars apply to the Misses Evans, West-street, Aberporth. 160a SEEDS and PLANTS -Union plants Is per 100 cabbage plants 9d to ls per 100 L^leys Royal Welshman Potato 3s 6d per peek ;1 lower Seeds 18 packets for Is; Vegetable Seed Collections 2/6d each, for one years supply. Free by post or rail.—William Lickley, Seedsman. Carmarthen. 159a NE Se f-deli ery eaping ac ine by Osborne; in very good order and light rannin& machine; reasonable price.—Apply, I. M. Griffiths, Riverside, Ponthirwen, Boncatli, RSO 445 IANOS foi Hire, cheap.-Apply, New Market JL Hall Stores (entrance. Market-street and Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. 618 A* BERPORTH^The ''Criterion" Refreshment water supplied on reasonable terms. -M. E. Harper. Proprietor F' LOWERS.—Cut FlowersTand Plants for Sale Table Plants on Hire to R. C. Williams, Head Gardener, Queens Hotel Gardens, Aberystwvth. —SITTING MACHINES, KNITTING MACHINES. Cheapest House m Wales, established 1871. Hire or cash terms, lessons no lady Tut™ .ent rftjr machines, work supplied. S-md for • • ariffiths, 146, Windsor-road, Neath. OR SALE, Hay Press" with scale and weights complete. 7Good edition Also two ladders—Apply to Mrs Thomas, 10, Pnory-street, Cardigan. a 757S__Tbe Incomparable Gun," direct from the 3J& maker. No middleman's proiit. 12 bore LOKPr doable barrel breechloader; central fire; i improvements; splendid filler; guaranteed °^Lnd and perfect. Air Guns, The Jewel 21s- > «MiUf" 24s.; "Dolphin" 30s.-Russam & Co flfla. Weamen-street, Birmingham. 452 IFIIC) FAP-N,IERS AND OTHERS^-Two flnfoal Part and Van MARES. 5 years and 6 years, 15-2 Sf 16 hands; doe Jto !oal in Ma y ■' and good workers; quiet to plough, and staunch workers every way; month's trial, or would let either go to good home, and give fog Mares' keep when weaned price £ 18 and £ 22. —EDWARDS, No. 54, Wilderspool Road, Warrmg- ton. To Let. -r^HOR INN, TREGARON, C to let. Apply for particulars to Dd. Roberts; & Sons, Ltd,. Brewers, Aberystwyth. 133a. OOGINGS, with or without board, moderate prices, beautiful spot, old-fashioned large <, -,147auj' IOll1;l..AfPll'" Welsh To Let. TO LET.—House To Let in Caegog, Abervst- wyth. Possession may be bad in May next. Apply to "Resident," Office of this Paper. 6a HENLLAN STATION, No. 6, RAILWAY TERRACE.—TO BE LET, immediate pos- session, a conveniently situate Dwelling House, with large garden attached, parlour, front and back kitchen, 3 bedrooms, and outside premises. -Apply, E. Lewes Bowen, Glanmadeni, Beulah, R.S.0 Car- diganshire. 102a TO LET Builder's Yard, at the back 56 North Parade. (Entrance in Portland-road), —Apply, Evans Bros., 17, Pier-street, Aberyst- wyth. 648 TO LET.—A large Sitting Room, with one or two Bedrooms. Bright and healthy situation, —Apply, X.Y.Z., Office of this Paper. 497 TALL8 TO LET in the Corn Market Hall, O Aberystwyth, low rent. Apply, Herr Pareezer, New Market Hall, Aberystwyth. 419 TO BE LET, the '• 1'oppit nuuse," St. Dogmael's, near Cardigan. Contains four or five bed- rooms, two sitting rooms, kitchen, scullery, etc. Furnished .-Apply, W. H. Harper, at above address. 343 GLYN FARM, CAPEL CURIG. TO BE LET, witn immediate possession. Area, 1094 acres. Good buildings. Long frontage River Llugwy, The main road from Bettwscoed to Holyhead runs through the farm. Rent, £130, very small ingoing.-Apply, W. J. Rees, Land Agent, Swansea. 66 Tender. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a new JL Chapel at Bwlchyfadfa, near 'J'a'garreg, according to the plans and specifications which are to be seen at the Old Chapel at the above place. Endorsed Tenders are to be sent in on or before Thursday, March 30th, 1905, to Capt. W. Davies, Rhydowenfach, Llandyssul. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Dated March 6tb, 1905. D. DAVIES, 174a. Architect, Penrhiwllan. MORGAN'S Pectoral Linseed Balsam Certain Cure for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all affections of the Throat, and Lungs. CA UT.ION.-Beware of Infringers and, Imitators. Ash for Morgan's Pectoral • Linseed Balsam. Refuse all others. SOLD IN BOTTLES AT Is. AND 2s. Prepared only by R. MORGAN, pharmageut^i^ 23, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. LEWIS JONES, GLASGOW HOUSE, (Opposite the Church Entrance), LLANBADARN. Begs to announce the Public, and residents gener- ally, that he has commenced business at the above Premises, and trust, by personal attention, to merit a share of their patronage. Suiting, Coatings, Trouserings, and Fancy Waistcoatings, etc., in the best fashion, and at most reasonable prices. All garments made on the Premises by practical men only. Ready-made clothing kept in stock. P.S.-L. J. shall be obliged to wait upon custo mers at their own residents with a large selections of patterns to select from, upon receipt of a Post Card. SOUTH AFIUCA-ROYAL MAIL KuDTE UNION CASTLE LINE. LONDON AND SOUTHAMPTON. To Cape Colony, Natal. Delagoa Bay, Beira, &c. calling frequently at Madeira, Las Palmas, Teneriffe, Ascension, and St. Helena. Weekly Sailings, Fast Passages, Su- perior Accomodation, Best Route. For Hates of Passage; money and all further information, aPPly to the Managers DotialdjCuwie & Co., London, or to -,ocal Agents. 122a New Local Work, aVO., Bound. LAMPETER Its Town & Parish History; By "PUILIP SIDNEY." A limited edition will appear early in 1905. Subscribers only, 7s. 6d. Nett. PORTRAITS, PICTURES. Send Names for prospectus promptly to AUTHOR, TAN-JTVBRSTN, ABERYSTWYTH. J. M. DAVIES, BILLPOSTER, STRAND, CARDIGAN. Posters posted within a ten mile radius Circulars Distributed. FOR TERMS APPLY TO THE ABOTE London House, Great Darkgate* street, Aberystwyth. Amrywiaeth mawr o Nwyddau Dillad o bob math newydd ddod i mewn at gyfer y iffauaf. Rowland Morgan. LIST OF LODGINGS A new and revised edition of the. List of Hotels and "Inns, Farmhouse, and Country Lodgings' in the .district served by the Cambrian Railways will be issued ready for the coming season. A fee of ooe shilling will be charged for the insertion of any name and address. Names and addresses of Farmers, Hotel Proprietors, and Lodging House Keepers, having accommodation to offer, should be sect to any of the Company's Station Masters, or to Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry, accompanied by a re- mittance, not later than March 6th, next. The Company reserve the right of accepting or rejecting any application. Cambrian Railways. LIVERPOOL SPRING HACES, March 30th, 3 st and April let. GRAND NATIONAL, March 31st. On March 29th, 30th, 31st and April 1st, 1905. CHEAP EXCURSIONS WILL RUN TO LIVERPOOL LIME STREET. For full particulars at the stations or from Mr. W. H. Gough, Traffic Superintendent, Oswestry. C. 8. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. Oswestry, March, 1905. PRINTING. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Quickly and neatly done, at moderate charges, at the Welsh Gazette Office 1 Abtrjstwyteii.. Public Notice. ————■——i——————mm BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. LOANS. £ 50 AND UPWARDS. THE CORPORATION are prepared to receive Loans on Security of Funds, Rates, and Cor- porate Property. Interest at 3 per centum per annum, payable half-yearly. Particulars may be obtained from the Assistant Borough Accountant, Corporation Offices, or of A. J. HUGHES, 487 TOWN CLERK. LAMPETER HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIKLSL Two Scholarships will be offered for competition to scholars from elementary schools on Saturday, April 8th. 1. The Senior Scholarship, for girls over 14, of the annual value of £7 17s. 6d. 2. The Junior Scholarship for girls under 13, of the annual value of £6 6s. Both scholarships cover ordinary tuition fees. Names of intending candidates to be sent to the Head Mistress, High School, Lampeter, by April 6th, 1905. 169a. E. do R. EASTER QUARTER SESSIONS, 1905. 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, Lampeter, on Thursday, the 6th day of April, 1905, at Eleven o'clock in the fore- noon at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors will be nailed ovpr- 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-m. nlioned 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 aespositions relating to cases sent for trial at these sessions to be transmitted to the Dupty-Clerk of the Peace on or before the 30th day of March, 1905, and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken. ,F. R. ROBERTS, Deputy Clerk of the Beace. Aberystwyth. 20th March, 1905. 171a. CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. The above-named Committee hereby invite ap- plication for the appointment of one or more Architects. The person or persons appointed will l»e required (1) to prepare plans and specifi3ations in compliance with the building Rules of the Board of Education; (2) to make estimates of the expenditure proposed both in respect of new school buildings, and of any enlargement or alteration of existing school-buildings (3) to submit plar.s and speci- fications to the Board of Education for approval; (4) to superintend the execution of the works: and (5) to otherwise act under the directions and for the guidance of the Committee. Applications, stating age, experience" qualifica- tions, and the basis upon which the candidates are prepared to carry out the work, should be sent to me on or before April lOth, 1905. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., County Education Office, Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyth March 11th, 1905. 156a. CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE., HIGHER EDUCATION. Notice is hereby given that the above-named Committee at their meeting to be held on Thurs- day, April 20th, 1905, will award the following scholarships and -courses for the ensuing year :— 1. Short course in Agricultnre at the U.C,W., Aberystwyth for farmers (Oct. to Dec. 1905). Candidates should state age, name and acreage of father's farm, and parish in which it is situated. 2. Summer course in Dairying at U.C.W. Can- didates should give the particulars stated in (1), and also the number of cows <on their father's farms. 2a. Extension Lectures in Dairying. 3. Extension Lectures and Demonstrations in Agriculture. 4. Extension Lectures in Horticulture. 5. Extension Lectures in Cookery. 6. A Course in Horticulture for Teachers at U.C.W, in August. 7. A course in Nature Study for Teachers at U.O.W. in August. 8. Extension Lectures in Sick Nursing. 9. Summer Course in Cookery at U.C.W. The number of Scholarships and Courses will be decided upon at the meeting. Applications whether from individuals, Parish Councils, or Local Committees should be in the hands of the undersigned or or before April llth, 1906. Courses will only be a granted subject to the condition that there shall be a properly constituted Society or Local Committee who will be responsible for the arrangements and for the local printing necessary. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Cambrian Chambers, Clerk to the Committee. Aberystwytb, March 13th, 1905. 157a. ABERYSTWYTH HORSE FAIR. THE NEXT HALF-YEARLY HORSE FAIR WILL BE HELD AT THE SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH, ON SATURDAY, MAY 6th, 1905. 161a ABERYSTWYTH COB IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. THE above Soctety will hold its Show for Stallions to trayel the district this Season on MONDAY, April 3rd. Prize, P,25 0 0. Entries close April 1st. Entrance 2s 6d. The Stallion must not be less than 15.2, or more than 15.3 hands high, and must have plenty of Bane David Evans, Esq., Llwyncadfor, will give, the following prizes- 1st, S3 3s.; 2nd, ZZ 2s; 3rd, £.1 Is. for the best colts in the Show, got by either of his horses, Dilam, Confidence, or Lord Gordon Seasons 1902 or 1903. For particulars apply to 148a. RUFUS WILLIAMS. THE ROYAL NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD OF WALES, MOUNTAIN ASH. AUGUST 7th, 8th, 9th, AND 10th, 1905. Cl,600 IN PRIZES. Programmes 7d. post free. Further particulars apply to- G. A. EVANS. 1 t 136a. D. T. EVANS. aecvetaT%es- Farmers and others should instruct their Auctioneers tl) send their .ue^to t. "Wwdii UtmrR Education. LLANYBYTHER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MR. S. STEPHENS, B.A. Inter., B.Sc., London, a First-Class Certificate in Agriculture, prepares pupils for the Welsh and the London Matriculation and the Civil Service, while Practical Weighing and Measuring, Agri- culture, Book-keeping, and Shorthand receive careful attention. Music is taught by a lady. Classes for adults are held on Wednesday venings and Saturday mornings. Prospectus on application. 411 Aberystwyth County School Z (FOR BOYS AND UIRLS). 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, &c N. H. THOMAS, M.A,, (Oxon.). Classics. T. O. PIERCE, B.Sc., Science and Mathematics. ERNEST JONES, B.Sc. J, H. APPLETON, Cert. Art Master, Drawing, &c. MISS H. BERTHA JONES, Cookery, &c. Fees per term. payable in advance— Tuition fee Ll 13s. 4d. For use of books.. £ 0 2s. 6d. 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 elevation, and are within easy reach of every part of the town. The School re-opens on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1905., Any further information may be obtained rom the Headmaster, or from me, JOHN EVANS, 6, Portland Street, Clerk. Aberystwyth. Cardigan County Schools, FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Established under the Welsh Education Act. Headmaster:— D. REES, M.A. (London), Ph. D. (Leipiig). Assistants:— B. MORGAN, B.Sc. (Waiea). D. WHITE JONES, C.M., F.R.H.S. MISS M. H. JAMES, M.A. (London). MISS A. LEwiS. C.M. MISS G. W. WILLIAMS (Cookery aad Laundry). Scholarships and Busaries to the amount of jE129 annually are tenable at the School. For particulars apply to the Headmaster the Clerk. JAMES STEPHENS, Clerk. HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS v ICT 0 RIA (MARINE) TERRA C K A BERYSTWYTH. SEPARATE KINDERGARTEN. PRINCIPAL Miss KATE B LLOYD Certificated Mistress. Assisted by a staff of higidy qualified Red dent Mistresses and Visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for the London and Weitft Matriculations. Oxford and Cambridge k. aminations, Associated Board of Royal Acad emy of Munir and Royal College of rausi, Phrsical Trainina G-STEPHFNEVALN S, AR.C.O. Organist and Choirmaster Portland-street Congregational Church, Aberystwyth, Receives Pupils for Organ, Pianoforte, Singing, Harmony, Theory, &c. Le* sons given at own or pupils' residences. TERMS ON APPLICATION. Address- AELYDON, CLIFF TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. 227 f* 00 o00 S\,( j7S EYES SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED AND SPECTACLES & GLASSES ACCURATELY FITTED. W. Miall Jones, Chemist and Optician, 33, TERRACE ROAD, ADERYSTWYTH SPRING FASHIONS. C. J^klLLlAMS, DRA!P MILLINERY ^J^ESTABLISHMENT, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS NOTED HOUSE FOR STYLISH HATS AND BONNETS. HAVE YOU GOT A COUGH? If so, be wise and get rid ef it by taking a Dose of ANISEED LUNG TONIC. Prepared only by B.Taylor Lloyd, M.P.S., 3, Bridge Street, Abepystwyth, MR. J. T. JONES (27 years at Howell's, the last 16 years as Foreman) WILL OPEN A BUSINESS ON HIS OWN ACCOUNT SRRTLY. PLEASE RESERVE YOUR FAVOURS. Further particulars next Issue. 97a L. MORGAN (Late Master of the Workhouse), Begs to inform the inhabitants of Newcastle Emlyn and neighbourhood that he has now opened a Boo Shop in Emlyn Square. Cheap and Durable wear in all its branches. Measurements taken. Repairs done un the Premises. A trial order is solicited -HI I Sales by Auction. "PRELIMIN A RVANN OUX CEMENT7 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. MR. J. E. JAMES Has been favoured wil h instructions from T. J.Wad- dingham, Esq., to offer for sale by Public Auction, at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth. On Monday, April 17th, 1905, FREEHOLD FARM & LANDS Known as Llwyngwyddel, near Strata Florida, also Cottages and Land situated at Ffair Rhob. Full particulars in next issue and in the mean- time may be obtained of the Auctioneer, Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyth. 178a. MID-CARDIGAN DISTRICT IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TO LANDOWNERS, FARMERS, TRADESMEN, AND OTHERS. Mr. JENKIN LLOYD, Pant, Llanddewi-brefi, and Mr. HUGH HERBERT, Troedrbiw, Nantcwnlle, Beg to announce that they have entered into Partnership for the purpose of carrying on the Business of Auctioneers, Surveyors, and Valuers, and trust that their practical knowledge experienee will entitle them to receive a gener share of support. Sales cashed and conducted on moderate terms. 280 JOHN LLOYD & SONS. BILLPOSTERS, ABERYSTWYTH. SURVEYING. Mr H. W. Kensit, C.E. (Experience gained in England, British Columbia and America). Mines,Quarries, Ditches, Tram Lines, etc., Surveyed and Levelled. Plans, Sections, and Estimates of all kinds prepared. Pupils are given a thoroughly practical training in all branches of up-to-date methods of land and mine surveying, draughtsmanship, etc., thereby fitting theup for good positions at home or abroad. ADDRESS—OCEAN VIIIW, 572 ABERYSTWYTH. J. T. JONES. (LATE FOREMAN AT HOWELL'S), Begs to announce that he will open business at the WEST-END SHOW ROOMS, 11, GREAT DARKGATE ST., On Monday next, March 27th, when he will hold his first spring Special Show in Mantles, Curtains, Costumes* Men's Suits, Dresses, & Underwear, Blouses, Furnishing Goods, Underskirts. &c. A visit of inspection is respectfully solicited. EVERYONE WILL RECEIVE HIS BEST ATTENTION. J.T.J. also invite8 you to send for Patterns of Special Numbers in Dresses, Nuns* Veilings, Delaines, &c. He will have something special for you in al Departments. 173a AGRICULTURAL VALUATIONS ON MODERN PRINCIPLES. Mr. John Roberts, N.D.A., Etc., Holder by Examination of the following Agricul- tural and Land Agency Qualifying Certificates, viz. :-Associateship in Agriculture of the Univer- sity College of Wales (Aberystwyth), Certificate of the Royal Agricultural Society (England), National Diploma in Agriculture, and the Certificates for both the PrQfessional Associateship and the Fellow- ship of the Surveyors' Institution—wishes to in- form the General Agricultural Community of North, South, and Mid Wales that he has now established a Business as Agricultural Valuer (Special), General Land Surveyor, and Agricultural Adviser. Valuations of Land for Sale, Rent, Rating, &e. Valuations of Live and Dead Stock for the Annual Stock-taking. Sale or Transfer on change of Tenancies. Tenant-right and Counter-claim Valuations. Unexhausted Manurial Values of Feeding Stuffs and Fertilisers and other Improvements under the Agricultural Holdings Acts, Custom of the Country, or Agreement. Valuations of Plantations and Growing or Felled Timber. Probate Valuations of Real and Personal Pro- perty. Surveys of all Descriptions. For Plans, Ap- portioning or Laying Out of Land, Building Sites, Arrangement of Ground Plans for Homesteads, Levelling for Drainage Purposes, or for Erection of Water-Power Machinery, Cuttings, Embankments, etc. Reports, References, Arbitrations. Advice upon all Agricultural points. Coaching in Special Subjects for N.D.A., P.A.S.I., and F.S.I. Examinations. MR. ROBERTS has for the last four years held the post of Lecturer in Agriculture, Land Survey- ing, Estate Management, Forestry, and Valuations at the U.C.W., Aberystwyth, and the University College of North Wales, Bangor and, in addition to his extensive practical experience, has made the best of his splendid opportunities to make a special study of the Conditions of Tenure," Customs of the Country," and "Methods of Valuation" adopted throughout Wales, with the sole object of qualify- ing in an especial manner to meet the requirements of the times in this connection. PERSONAL ATTENDANCE MONDAYS. ADDRESS JOHN ROBERTS, N.D.A., Etcp AGRICULTURAL VALUER, SURVEYOR. ETC., PERFEDDNANT, TOWYN. Representative at Aberystwyth :— MR. WALTER WILLIAMS, Secretary Welsh National Agricultural Society, CAMBRIAN CHAMBERS, ABERYSTWYTH To make your SALES and WANTS widely known, SEND YOUR ADVERTISEivJENT TO THE "WELSH GAZETTE." ABERYSTWYTH ( Business Notices. r ALL FOR ONE SHILLING. R. W. Jloolcock's Arabian Oil E-vibroeation. The Great Cure for Wounds, &c. In use for 100 year Does not contain ammonia or turptrtine, and is therefor safe to use. A SPECIALITY. No bathing or binding re- quired, the hair will grow same colour. It leaves no mark Flies will not touch any part where it is applied. Animal? like it to be applied, as it soothes the wound immediately. £ eurf8 Scalds, Stings, Bites, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, and any Skin Eruption. Fuller particulars wrapped round each bottle. Do not use burning or smart- ing remedies, it is cruel. U« Arabian Oil Embrocation the best in the World. Sold by all Chemists, Saddlers Grocers, &c., or direct for is from the Sole Proprietor— R. W. WOOLCOCK. CARDIGAN. trpHE CHARM OF HOME is the song of a grand up- standing Hartz Mountain Roller Canary, lovely songsters, either deep rich yellow or variegated. Singer, with cage, drinking well and feeder free. 1 for 2/9, 2 for 5/ —Relland, 23, Vernon-road, Turnpike -Re]-land, 23, Vernon-road, Turnpike Lane, Hornsey, London. 115a BRING YOUR BOOTS TO UP-TO-DATE BOOT REPAIRING DEPOT, 37A, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, Where you can have them Repaired Neatly, Cheaply, and Quickly. Soled and Heeled. GENTS, 2/6; LADIES, 1/6; Children's, Proportionately Cheap CAMBRIAN liOUSE, Newcastle Emlyn. SPECIAL SHOW OF DRESS M ATEMALS. LADIES' J ACKETS RAINPROOFS, FURS. ETC, ALSO GRAND ASSORTMENT OF MENS', YOUTHS' AND BOYS' READY MADE CLOTHING, WATERPROOF AND RAINPROOF COATS. ETC., ETC. A VISIT OF INSPECTION WILL BE MUCH APPRECIATED. m TOHN EVANS. WILLIAM DAVIES, COWKEEPERS', DAIRYMEN'S & GEN ERAL BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENT, 160, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. INTENDING PURCHASERS will do well to write or call with Mr. W.D. stating their re- quirements, who has on his register a large selec- tion of businesses, with or without cows, to suit all buyers, also great number of Dairy and Provi- tion Shops Cymry dewch at y Cymro. Masnacbau bob matham bris isel ganddo. 659 PLUM PUDDINGS. MINCED MEATS. NEW YEAR CAKES. Handsome Boxes a T»T? and Caskets of VJIIULIULA 1JC. SIMNEL CAKES. USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL GOODS Boar's Head a'la Perigeux, Chickens and Capons Financier Pressed Beef and Roast Chicken, Ducks, Turkeys, Sausages, &c.. &c. Set Our Windows. THE ORIENTAL CAFE, 16, Great Darkgate Street, ABERYSTWYTH. GOOD GRASS REQUIRES GOOD SEED. MESSRS THOMAS & EVANS NEWCASTLE EMLYN, Have just returned from the English Markets, having placed an order for a SEED CONSIGNMENT with one of the BEST FIRMS. ONLY THE BEST QUALITY I KEPT, And those farmers who desire the best crop possible should call at this establishmnat. All other departments have been restocked with the choice of the best markets. A VISIT IS INVITED. NEW CASTLE-EM L Y N FOURTH TRIENNIAL EISTEDDFOD. 16th AUGUST, 1905. SUBJECTS. Chief Choral, iC/OO (1) Now th'impetuous torrents rise" (D. Jenkins). (2) Gladsome Light"; Male Voice Homeward Bound (D. C. Williams), iCSO 5 Second Male Voice, Dewrion Sparta," sC 12. (Open to Carmarthenshire, Car- diganshire, and Pembrokeshire only.) Glee, "An- wylaf fun," L7; Children's Choir, "How lovely are the Messengers" (St. Paul) £ 5;Pryddest,"Mynediad Mari Jones i'r Bala i ymofyn Bibl," £4 a chadair dderw gwerth £ 4; Dau Draethawd, Tri Gini yr un (23 3s. and £ 3 3s.) Programmes ready 1st January, 1905. Roy Evans, Esq., hon. sec. T T. Elias, and James Picton Jones, working secretaries. 64 WELSH GAZETTE." IS ON SiUS IN LONDON AT Messrs. Everett's, Salisbury Square, E.C. AND AT Mr. W. H Roberts. 10. Cecil »in»»iin^ vrfPHi i ■ ■ ■ .-jr*— — » Business Notices. THOMAS'S PECTORAL BALSAM Of Horehound, Ipecacuanha, Black Currant, Honey. Liquorice, Wild Cherry, elc. AN UNFAILING REMEDY FOR COUGHS, COLDS, BRONCHITIS, AND OTHER CHEST COMPLAINTS The Cough Mixture for the Million at a popular price. 1/li SIZE, 9id. PER BOTTLE. SOLE SELLING AGENT THOMAS, CASCHEHIST, ABERYSTWYTH. HAIRDRESSING SALOONS. LADIES & GENTS. 14, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Electric Hair Massage. Electric Hair Blushing, Manicure, Chiropody, by experienced assistant. FINEST AND MOST SANITARY SALOONS IN WALES. Fring Nets, and Back Nets. Best Value in Shades.. ™ J. J. McDOWALL, (Late A. Joinson.) PROPRIETOR. TO FARMERS." FARMERS contemplating renewing their PLOUGH- ING MACHINERY cannot do better than take a LION PLOUGH. Its special merits are SOUND and DURABLE CON- STRUCTION, and it is adapted to suit the Local Soils. ^901 Also Agents for RANSOME'S DOUBLE AND SINGLE PLOUGHS, A LARGE QUANTITY OF SHEARS ALWAYS IN STOCK. PLEASE NOTE ADDRESS- MESSRS. JONES & SONS, LION BETTWS, AND MARKET PLACE, NEWCASTLE EMLYN. 42a Cambrian Railways. IMPORTANT ACCELERATION OF TRAIN SERVICE BETWEEN LONDON (EUSTON), BIRMINGHAM (NEW ST.), AND WOLVERHAMPTON (QUEEN ST.) AND CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS, Commencing on Wednesday, March 1st, New Trains will run as under :— p.m. p.m. London (Euston) dep. 2 40 4A45 Birmingham (New St.) „ 3 35 6 50 Wolverhampton (Low Level) „ 4 4 7 13 Welshpool arr 6 55 9 30 Montgomery „ 7 20 9 47 Newtown 7 40 10 4 Llanidloes 3 45 10 35 Aberystwyth ,,9855 A, Birmingham, S, Saturdays only to Aberystwyth. C. S. DENNISS, Secretary and General Manager. February,1905. THE "WELSH GAZETTE" CIRCULATES IN THE COUNTIES OF CARDIGAN. MONTGOMERY, MERIONETH. CARMARTHEN, AM» PEMBROKE; AND IS SOLD BY OVER 130 AGENTS. 14 Ï8 aJø we Sale in several .f the populous Juflricta ef Glamorgtmkire. and at Shrew*, AGRICULTURE FOR WELSH FARMERS, BY D. D. WILLIAMS, Of the Agricultural Department, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. DEMY 8VO., 341 PAGES. WITH NUMEROUS ILLUSTRATIONS1 PRICE 7s. SALT. SALT. SALT. A large consignment just received D. & T. Jones, UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY. TEACHER'S BIBLE. London Clear Type Wide Margin Teacher's Bible, With Wright's Bible Reader' Manuel, Concord- ance, etc. 96 Fasimile plates and other Illustrations, and 17 coloured maps, nonpareil 24mo, References, morocco limp, gilt and red edges, in boxes. THE IDENTICA LBIBLE USUAL SOLD AT 10s. 6d. Limited Number Offered Post Free, 4/6. SYDNEY V.GALLOWAY NEW STREET, ABERYSTWYTH.