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1 ACTION FOR LIBEL. J. LYONS & CO., Limited (Plaintiffs) v. LIPTON, Limited (Defendants). IN the HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE Mr. Justice Sankey, on September 8th, 1914, granted an Interim j Injunction restraining Lipton Limited, their Agents and Servants, from speaking or publishing or writing and publishing any words to the effect or of the substance that J. Lyons & Co., Limited, or the Directorate thereof, I is composed of Germans, and that by purchasing their commodities the public is assisting the enemies of ] Great Britain. J. LYONS & CO., Ltd. ( Hi* Majesty the King') 11 IS AN ALL-BRITISH COMPANY WITH ALL-BRITISH DIRECTORS, 1 ACTION FOR LIBEL J. LYONS & CO., Limited (Plaintiffs) v. LIPTON, Limited (Defendants). IN the HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE Mr. Justice Sankey, on September 8th, 1914, granted an Interim Injunction restraining Lipton Limited, their Agents and Servants, from speaking or publishing or writing and publishing any words to the effect or of the substance that J. Lyons & Co., Limited, or the Directorate thereof, is composed of Germans, and that by purchasing their commodities the public is assisting the enemies of ] Great Britain. J. LYONS & CO., Ltd. ( 15 AN ALL-BRITISH COMPANY WITH ALL-BRITISH DIRECTORS, HAS 14,QOO ALL-BRITISH SHAREHOLDERS, AND 160,000 ALL BRITISH SHOPKEEPERS SELLING LYONS' TEA Cadby Hall, Kensington, London, W. L-
ABERYSTWYTH RURAL COUNCIL, Monday, September 14th. —Present: Messrs. John Roberts, Uchayndro, Li. J. Lewis, Cwmrheidol, vice-chairman; E. J. tvvans, Cmvc-ybarcud Daniel Jenkins, Bryncarnedd; J. Bunco Morgan, Glan- freed; TXrvid Edwards. Dolfor William Thomas, Parcel Canol; W. T. Lev/is, Borth David Jones, Llanbadarn Lower; J. M. Jones. Llanddeinol; J. G. Stephens, Llaaoynfelin D. James. Pen- llwyn: John James, Llanbadarn Upper; T. Oliver Jones, Llanfihangel Upper; David Lewis, Llanrhystyd; "William Jones, C'yfoethybreniii; Hugh Hughes, clerk; Owen Morgan, assistant clerk: James Hughes. sanitary inspector; and the road surveyors. Eoad Giite. Mr. Percy Wilkinson, agent to the CrQSsiyood Estate, wrote asking for permis- sion to place a gate across the road le- tween Alltfedw and Blaenmagwr.—Mr. Daniel Jenkins said the owners of stray cattle should be prosecuted. There was no sense in allowing gates on the roads, be- cause the roads were for the convenience of the public.—Mr. Bance Morgan said if a gate was allowed on one road it should be allowed on every road.—The Surveyor said Mr. WiUdrsn i had giveif every assistance to the Council in carrying out impvoveir.ents. — Mr. W. Thomas said many of the road-s not fenced.—On the understanding that the application was for the reniov;! of a gate from one place to another, the Council agreed to offer 10 objection, it being stated that the Council had no authority to grant permission for the erection of gates on roa ds. Berth Water. Ir. J Nield, Upper Borth. and one of his tenants." wrote applying for a reduc- tion in the water rate owing to the scanty supply of water during the past sea-son.— The letters were referred to the Faroe!)>nl Committee.—Mr. W. T. Lewis proposed that the attention of the Committee should be drawn to the advisability of having weekly reports from the Turncock as to the quantity of water in the reservoir. He thought the Committee should he given to understa-nd that the responsibility for the regulation of the reservoir rested on them. —The proposition was agreed to.-—The Local Government Br¡lrd wrote sanctioning the borrowing of £ 1,963 and LI,107 for the proposed new works of water supply at Bottli.-Tlic Clerk said thi- tenders were to be received that afternoon. Fifty applications had been received for the pofi cf clerk of the works.—Mr. W. T. Lewi's said it should hp considered that at present the cost of materials had increased and that the rate of interest on the loans would also be high on account of the war. It was therefore likely that the new works, could not be carried out at- the cost estimated by the engineers, and it wn.s important that those two matters should be taken into consideration 'before pro- ceeding further. The inhabitants of Borth were not millionaires and could not be expected to undertake an unreason- able expense in the present crisis. He thought tkr, with proper care and atten- tion there w:s noca^s.? for any nnxiety con- cerning the water supply. With regard to Mr. Nield's complaint, it wns understood when the houses were built that they were on a higher elevation than the reservoir, and therefore there was no justification for reducing the rate.—The matter was deferred for a month, and a committee was appointed to ccnsurer the tenders. I Distress. Eight members- were appointed to act on the local distress committee in connection with the Prince of Wales national fund. Xew Bridge. The Clerk reported that the subscriptions received toward the erection of a new ferro-concrete bridge Ab Pendre, Llanbad- arn, amounted to P,71 17., which wa, paid into the bank. The Chairman also ex- .1 j pressed thanks to the local farmers who had given the cartage free.—Mr. Bunce Morgan said the bridge was in every wav excellent and a credit to the Council. It must be admitted that praise was due to Mr. Richards. Tvnpynfarch, who had advocated the erection of the cart bridge. Sanitary. The Inspector reported that he had pre- pared an estimate of the cost of protect- ing the well at Capel Sion and storing water there. He bud searched without success for a source from which water could he obtained by gravitation. Therefore, the only course open was to close in the well and provide a. storage tank He had con- ducted a house-Jto-house inspection and where necessary had served notices to remedy defects. All parishes had some houses which wevp unfitior habitation, and he was sorry that in many places the people had no alternative but to live in those houses. On the other hand repairs were carried out promptly by some ownerr-t The cases of tuberculosis were too numer- ous. having regard to the favourable con- ditions existing in the district. The rooms were fumigated, which was the best thing to do until the Council procured a portable steam disinfector. DISTRICT EDUCATION COMMITTEE, Mon- day, September 14th Present: Mr. Percv Wilkinson, Wenallt. chairman; 1 the Rev. T. Mason Jones, Trisant; Dr. J. James, Lodge Park; Mrs. T. Z. Jones, Messrs. Peter Jones, C. M. Williams, Robert Ellis. Aberystwyth: R. J. R. Loxdale, Castle Hill; William Evans, Ponterwyd; E. J. Evans, Cnwcybarcud; David Lewis, Llan- rhystyd: J. Pugh Lewis, Llvvvnior- werth Evan jtichurds, Penuwchfawr Jenkin James, director of education G. Dickens Lewis, architect; and the attendance officers. Cofadail Six fresh tenders were re- received for painting and repairing Cof- adail School hoiv^e. The lowest, that of Mr Diavid Lewis. Union-street. Aberystwyth, was accepted at JS25 15s. 6d. Coal Si-ilipi.v.A. small committee was appointed t-e receive tenders for the supply of coal during the coming winter. Deaf and Dumb.—The case of Ben- jamin Morgan, an Aberystwyth bov, who is a pupil at the Royal Schools for the Deaf and Dumb, Manchester, was further considered. The Superintendent, of the School wrote that the boy was the best the School had had for many years, and it was proposed, .tq attach him to the hostel of the Industrial Training School in preparation for the business of mech- anical dentistry for which he showed marked ability. The case appeared to the Managers exceptional, and it was re- solved to recommend him to the Com- mittee authorised to award county exhi- bitions as deserving of a scholarship of J312 10s. per annum for a period of three years Mr. Robert Ellis said the boy was the only deaf and dumb in the kingdom to have passed the College of Precentors examination. The recommen- dation was agreed to. Thanks Mr. R. J. Roberts, la to dis- trict clerk, WKote thanking the managers for the courtesy extended to him during the past twenty-live years under the old school board and the new regime. Rhydypennan.-As the water supply of Rhydypennau School was again reported unsatisfactory, the local managers recom- mended that the Architect's attention should be again drawn to the matter.— The. Architect said the complaint was made in July. It would be necessary to deepen the well before next summer. There was no want of supply at present.— It was agreed that the Architect should prepare an estimate of the cost and the Medical Officer was asked to analyse the water. Eghv.vsfach The loaal managers re- affirmed their resolution to accept the tender of Mr. Evan Pugh, Taliesin, for the erection of a bell turret at Eglwysfaeh at -eg with the request that the work should be proceeded with forthwith The Architect was directed to visit and sug- gest a less expensive scheme. He was also directed in consultation with the local managers to improve the eaves- troughs and ventilation of one of the class-rooms. Llanafan With regard to the draft lease of water rights in connection with the supply of Llanafan School, the local managers considered the rent of tl per; annum excessive in view of the fact that the lessor and owners for the time being of the land reserve the right to take water from four particular places It was agreed to ask the Earl of Lisbnrne to reconsider the draft lease. Church Schools Councillors J. T. Da vies and J. Barclay Jenkins were re- appointed representative members on the managing bodies of Aberystwyth and Pen- parke Church Schools. Appointments.—The Director was auth- orised to ask Miss Griffiths, certificated assistant at Llaniihangel-y-Creuddyn, to act as the headteacher of the new tem- porary school at Horeb, New Cross. An attendance of thirty children was antici- pated Consent was given to the ap- pointment of Miss Jennie Lewis as hcad- teacher of Clarach Church School The Director reported that owing to the scarcity of certificated teachers, he had made arrangements for the transfer of Miss Rosamund Hughes from Penrhvn- coch. to take charge of Elercli School. The War Inferring to the war, the Chairman said he felt it was an oppor- tunity, or rather an occasion, to give the school children instruction as to what was going on, particularly as to the causes of the war and the combatants. Tliat would make a deep-rooted impres- sion on the children and it was unfair that they should not be instructed. He did not know whether the Committee had authority to request the head teachers to give that instruction.—Mr. Peter Jones said that nominally the origin of the war was a certain incident in Servia, but taking a broad view of history it seempd to show that the outbreak had been lurk- ing for a long period. Having regard to the present state of opinion, he hardly thought the teachers would he sufficiently well qualified at present to undertake that. duty, but one advantage which had been derived was that the war had taught them geography. Possibly, a little more geography at the schools would be useful as the outcome of watching day by day where the battles were fought and where the troops were located.—The Chairman: Would you not teach something about the pa tr lotism .f our soldiers?—Mr. Peter Jones: Yes, certainly. The songs that the children sing demonstrate conclu- sively what they feel about the war.- The Director said he felt there ought not to be a school where Europe was not. token as a study during the coming winter. He would like to issue an in- struction to head teachers to see that the geography of Europe with special refer- ence to the history of the war should be studied in every school. The war could be used to illustrate the duty of every child to be patriotic and its bearing on their life as a nation and on the future of the British Empire. TCWH COUNCIL, Tuesday. September 15th. Present: Alderman C. M. Williams, voted to the chair; Councillors Daniel Thomas, John Evans, E. Llewellin, Edwin Morris, J. Barclay Jonkins, Griffith Willipms, and David Davies; Messrs. John Evans. deputy town clerk Rees Jones, borough surveyor; R. M. Bryden, borough accountant: James Evans, sanitary inspector; and Dr. Rees, county medical officer of health. THE MAYOR. The Deputy Clerk said the Mayor had asked him to explain that he was unable to attend the Council meeting owring to having to attend an important meeting at Carmarthen in connection with re- cruiting. CORRESPONDENCE. The National Housing and Town Plan- ning Conned wrote with reference to the £ 4,009.000 grant for housing purposes, and the Deputy Clerk added that a- letter had been received from the Local Govern- ment Board raying that they would wel- come applications for grants for the pro- vision or workmen's houses. That it appeared to him, would cover the loan, for houses about to be erected at Trefeehan. He suggested that the Council should refer the letters to. the Works Committee and give him instructions to write to the Local Government Bo-vd asking whether they were prepared to grant that loan for Tre. feehan houses but of the four millions and on wha.t terms. The suggestion was adopted. I A letter was received from Maior Bonsall. on behalf of Mrs. JHufrhes-Bonsall, asking for the payment- of L25 agreed to be made to her in connection with the Territorial camps, and the application was referred to the Finance Committee, with power to pay. It was agreed to refer to the Works Committee, with power to act, a letter i from the Post Office Telegraph Depart- ment, Shrewsbury, with further reference to the proposed overhead line from the Great Western Railway bridge at Tre- fechan to Penparke. Mr. Barclay Jenkins did not think there was anything urgent in that matter. The Council was continually thwarted in its efforts to bring things about. The Chairman replied that the Council had not been in a great hurry over that matter. The Deputy Clerk had been directed" to write for further particulars. RAILWAY SERVICE. The Deputy Clerk stated that (a letter had been received from the General Man- ager of the Cambrian with reference to improved winter train service saying that the Company's Superintendent of the line would call and discuss the matter. Mr. Herbert Williams, added the Deputy Clerk, had called and explained that there was really greater train facilities in winter than was generally known. He promised to consider what could be done to make the winter train service better known to the public. There were ten and fourteen- day tickets as well as six months tourist tickets available from (almost all parts of the London and North Western system and the Cambrian. The Chairman said the Deputy Clerk, in replying to that letter, could Urge greater publicity. Mr. John Evans asked if anything further had been heard of the carrying out of improvements to the Railway Station at Aberystwyth? When were the companies going to start the work ? Now was the time to do the work when people might be out of work. The companies promised to commence the work at the end of the present season. The Chairman said the Council had re- peatedly called attention to the matter, and suggested that the Deputy Clerk should again write and urge the doing of the work with the view of assisting men out of work. b The suggestion was adopted. A letter was also received from the, Great Western with reference to prolong-) ing the season and the improvement of the winter train service, saying that the matter was the subject of consideration. PUBLIC LIBRARY COMMITTEES REPORT. The Library Committee reported that it had placed on record its deep sense of loss sustained in the death of Sir Edward Anwyl, M.A., who was ,a faithful member of the Committee and rendered valuable services on the Book Committee. It was resolved to appeal to the Assessment Com- mittee for a. reduction in the assessment of the Library premises. The Borough Accountant wrote that Litchfield Brewery Company had remitted £16 2s. lid. in- come tax which had not been previously deducted on payment of rent. The Com- mittee thanked Mr. Wm. Lawson. LI.P.. Messrs. Kegan Paul land Co., Mr. Launce- lot Oliver, an anonymous donor, and Mr. E. R. Gyde for gifts to the Library. The report was accepted. PUBLIC LIGHTS COMMITTEE'S REPORT. The Lights Committee recommended the payment to the Gas Company of £170 13s. 6d. for the quarter ended June, 1914, as compared with JE164 15s. Id in the corresponding quarter of 1913. The in- creases were in respect of the Town Hall, Slaughter House, and Isolation Hospital. The report was ^adopted and Mr. Bar- cla; Jenkins, the chairman of the Com- mittee who brought the report up. thought the present was the time when the Council could reasonably consider whether any saving could be made in the cost of public lighting in order to relieve as much as possible the ratepayers. He had approached the two lighting companies who were ready to consider any suggestion coming from the Committee. He had received « letter from the Gas Company suggesting a curtailment of l hour in public lighting—ten o'clock instead of 11.30. He suggested that the Committee should be given power to deal with the matter. The Chairman thought if the Council was going to curtail the hours of public lighting it would lie advisable to first have a report and, if possible, to deal with both lighting companies at the same time. The subject was referred to the Com- mittee to, report. PUBLIC WORKS COMMITTEE'S REPORT. The Works Committee recommended that Mr. Oelahay's offer for land and buildings at the rear of the Town Hall for a stable, etc., should net be enter- tained. A letter was read from Mr. Rufus Williams respecting alleged smoke nuis- ance and it was resolved to serve a notice requiring abatement. The Committee re- commended that the acceptance of the terms on which the Great Western and Cambrian Railways are prepared to grant easements for laying a line of sewer and manholes under the companies' lands or railway and the terms on which the Great Western arcprppared to grant an ease- ment for hying a fifteen-inch earthen- ware sewer across their land or railway and that the annual payment in each case be capitalised at twenty-five years pur- chase. The name of Mr. Edwin Morris was substituted for that of Mr. T. J. Samuel on the sub-committee appointed to draft bye-laws as to the seashore. It was resolved to advertise inviting ten- ders for a building lease of ground on Penglaise-road adjoining Gogerddan- place, the applicant to state generally the kind or building he proposes erecting. The Deputy Clerk w.as instructed to write to Messrs. D. P'erce and Sons and to il-Ir. Joseph Humphreys pointing out that the new buildings to be erected by them in Mill-street are to be completed by the 12th November and calling for immedi- ate deposit of plans. The Committee approved plans of additions and altera- tions at 42, Terrace-road, submitted by Messrs. G. E. W. Morton, awl recom- mended that a closing order should be made in respect of house at Penparke occupied by Charles and Cornelius Simmons. Mr. David Edwards, water inspector, reported having inspected Yvilliam-^treet, George-street, Vulcrfn- street. Bryn-plaee. Cambrian Cottdsres. and King-street during August. The numlwr of service pipes repaired inside and outside was 15; flushing chambers renewed or repaired, 4: service taps re- newed or repaired, 9; cisterns, pipes and taps repaired on Corporation property, 11; and stop taps renewed or repaired, 4. Mr. David Davies asked if there were any more letters or information with reference to the alleged smoke nuisance at the Lion Hotel Laundry ? The Chairman replied that a notice had been served on the proprietor, and what steps had been token would be reported to th- W orks Committee. Mr. Barclav Jenkins said that master vas continually arising, and asked if it would not be wise to consider it in open Council? The Chairman replied that action had been taken and notice had been served, and he did not think it would be wise to con- sider the pros and cons of the matter in open Council. Mr. Barclay Jenkins—But this is the intimation we have had. The Chairman hoped the Proprietor would consider what remedy could be pro- vided for what is considered to be a nuisance to the district. The report was adopted. FINANCE COMMITTEE'S REPORT. The Finance Committee recommended the payment of £651 8s. 5d. wages, salaries and accounts. The Surveyor pointed out that it was necessary to ascer- tain the gradients and prepare plans of all the existing sewers as quickly as possible and that he had required the assistance temporarily of a thoroughly- competent man for the purpose. It was also pointed out that it was very desir- able that complete nlans of water mains and hydrants should be prepared at the same time. The Surveyor was instructed to make enquiries, and if necessary, advertise for an assistant and reDort to the next meeting. The Borough Account- nnt ^resented a statement of collections b Aufust 31st showing ground rents, £2}311- 13s. 5d. duo, £1,428 7;-d. col- lected; workmen's, houses, £346 17s. lOd due, £181 3s. collected: boroueh fund tenements, £176 17s. 3d. due, £5615«. 6d. folWted: general district £4.571 7s. Id. 10s. 7d. collected water r;¡}".£1.246 6s. Id. due. 4s. 5d. col- lected water- bv meter, JB186 8s. due, 129 2s. 9d. collected; and meter rents, £9 due. £5 13s. collected. Mr John Evans- referring to arrears <~>f ground ^nt*. said he did not agree with stating £ 1.350 as arrears j»*»d /filling1 ''Tin! P. year's rent due May 12th, 1914, £ 1.461." stating £1.ç50 as arrears year's rent due May 12th, 1914,£1,461." He considered that it was all arrears; that what had not been paid for four months were arrears. If a man left his ground rent unpaid for one week the rent was in arrear. The sum of -61,428 only had been collected out of the two amounts totalling £ 2,311. He thought all persons in arrear should be called on to pay before the end of the present month. lie did not think it fair that ratepayers should be required to pay an additional sixpence in the pound to save the pockets of landlords who owed ground rents. He considered it a disgrace that poor people should have to suffer b- cause people who owed ground rents did not pay them. He hoped that people in the Council were clear in that matter, so that ratepayers could not say that mem- bers of the Council were themselves in arrear. The Chairman remarked that it. was not quite correct to say that even if the whole of the £ 1,400 was paid it would mean a difference of 6d. in the pound in the rates. The only loss was in interest on overdraft for two or three months, and that amount would be very small. Mr. Evans's remark would apply if there were arrears in general district and water rates. Every effort was being made to get as much ground rents in as possible by the end of the month. Having regard to present conditions, he thought a considerable amount had been got in. Mr. John Evans Only £ 1,428. The Chairman thought that at the end of September the collection would be found to be satisfactory. Had it not been for the war and visitors leaving the present would have been one of the best years for getting in the ground rents. The Council must take a reasonable view of the matter. Mr. Griffith Williams said there wias a feeling in the town that'the Council was pressing for the payment of rates and yet allowed large arrears of ground rents to remain uncollected. That was what mem- bers were met with outside. Even if col- lection of arrears would not give much re- lief to the ratepayers it would be some- thing. People who could afford to pay should be made to pay. Mr. Llewellin agreed that every effort should be made to get in the arrears of ground rents, but a reasonable view should be taken of present conditions. Pressure should have been exercised to get in the arrears twelve months ago. If the £ 1,4C0 were all collected, the difference in inter- terest would not amount to one halfpenny. He did not know where was the other 5d. Mr. John Evans asked why poor people should be compelled to pay rates while landlords were not inicie to pay their ground rents. The Chairman said he was not defending landlords in arrear with ground rents, but they had been hit harder, by the war than others. The report was adonted. GENERAL PURPOSES COMMITTEE REPORT. The Committee i-epci-ted that a letter was received from a legal firm on behalf of Mr. J. Ellison asking that he should be relieved from his contract to provide entertainments on the Castle Grounds on September 12th. The Committee felt that they would not be justified in con- senting to a curtailment of any of the attractions in the town in present cir- cumstances and that Mr Ellison ought not to be released before the 26th September, the rlate fixed by the contract. Mr. Llewellin, who brought up the re- port, hoped that the railway companies would provide one train on Mondays and one on Saturdays during October, and the Chairman said the Deputy Clerk could mention it in his letter to the companies. PRINCE'S RELIEF FUND. The Council appointed eight members to act on the District Committee for the borough of Aberystwyth. It was stated that the members of the County Council for Aberystwyth had been appointed by the County Council—Captain Doughton. Messrs. C. M. Williams, Robert Ellis, John Evans, Peter Jones and D. C. Roberts. It was also stated that the Committee would vet within the borough. It having been suggested that the mem- bers present at the Council meeting should be appointed, Mr. Griffith Williams said he might not be able to attend the meet- ings. The men on the Cambrian were subscribing to the fund on pay day and he should like two of Cambrian workmen put on the Committee. The Deputy Clerk explained that that could be done as the Committee would have power to co-opt. It \( as agreed to appoint on the Com- mittee Councillors E. P. Wynne, T. J. Samuel, E. Llewellin, Edwin Morris, David Davies, J. Barclay Jenkins, Daniel Thomas, and Griffith Williams. The Council then went into committee. a
Alleged r1egal Trawling in Cardigan Bay
Alleged r1egal Trawling in Cardigan Bay. At a meeting, last week, of the Lan- cashire and Western Sea FishNie: Joint Committee, at Chester, Mr. H. Bonsall (Aberystwyth) spoke of the desirability of substituting motor boats for the present steamer, remarking that they would carry out the work of the Committee more efficiently. Captain Doughton, Aberystwyth, said he had seen the steamer twice only in Cardi- gan Bay mice lie had been a member of that Committee. How often was the boat supposed to-go into that Bay? They saw. trawlers, especially on a. Sunday night, within two miles of the shore, and it was time the Committee had a motor boat to look after them. Being out of order, Captain Doughton remarked that if he could not be heard he would write to the papers He pointed out that he traveilecl a long way to attend the meeting. Mr. Bonsall—\es, it takes two davs to get here. We come 1C0 miles, and" you only come twenty miles. Captain Doughton—Am I to be allowed to speak ? The Chairman—You are out of order. Later in the meeting Captain Doughton" was allowed to ask the question as to how often the steamer was supposed to go into Cardigan Bay ? The Chairman said the steamer was under the Superintendent's orders and he sent the boat there whenever it was neces- sary. As a matter of fact, she was there twice last month. Captain Doughtnn said steam trawlers came within two miles of the shore, got a good haul, and then went off. He con- tended that the Committee should have oiiothei motor boat to work from Abervst wyth, so that she could tak" the distance between Aberdovey and New Quay. Dr. Travis Jenkins (the Superintendent) said a. fast motor boat had been put on the south side of Cardigan Bay at a cost of £ 1,600, and there were three men stationed there. The Committee therefore paid in salaries and expenses a sum of money which exceeded the contribution from Cardigan- shire The subject th<>n dropped. Mr. W. Dean (Hovlake) drew attention io a serious complaint which was being made that some steam trawlers were using a very small mesh for catching herrings. He therefore asked that tne Superintendent should see the owners belonging to the- Steam' Trawlers Association in Fleetwood and use moral persuasion to have nets with larger meshes used. If they would not do it lill the other boats would take nets with smaller meshes. He honed the Superin- tendent would be successful and thus pre- vent a revolt amongst tho fishermen. It was ag'eed that the Superintendent should wait on the Association in reference to the matter.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President: Sir JOHN WILLIAMS, Bart., M.D., G.C.V.O. Principal: T. F. ROBERTS, M.A. (Oxon). LL.D., (Vict.) Students are prepared for Degrees in Arte, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law, and Music. Sessional P Composition Fee in Arts, £12; in Science. £16; Registration Fee, Pl. Men students reside in registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel—Warden: Professor C. R. Chappie, M.A. (Lond.) Women Students reside iq the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women—Warden: Miss E. A. Fewings. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture, end Day Training Departments, the Depart- ment for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIJEBt M.A., Aaestm.
Messrs Cooke Bros Sale of Kerry Sheep 1
Messrs. Cooke Bros. Sale of Kerry Sheep. On Friday of bust week Messrs Cooke Bros and Roberts held an important sale ot Kerry Hill sheep at Kerry, when some 250 lots of ewes and rams were sold, In addition to a large number of wethers and lambs. In his opening remarks, Mr Cooke stated that that was the fourth annual sale held by his film. In the first year 3,000 sheep wetü offered, and for this year's sale no fewer than between 7,000 and 8,000 had been catalogued. Ewes realised from 60s. 6d. to 40s.; rams made up to 18 guineas; and veariing wethers up to 52s. 6d.
LIVERPOOL. Shattesbury Temperance Hotel4 MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five micntes' walk from Lirno Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage Step at the Door. TeUgremw Shaftesbury Hotel, Liverpool Home like and Moderate. Welsh spoken. HOTEL GWALIA, UPPERIWOBURN PLACE, LONDON, W.O GHHTBAIILR SITUATED (within 5 minutes' walk of Ecatc-n Statlea scd 20 mlontee from Pudclicgtoa Station by under ground te Qdwer-sfereab Station). 180 Booms, Luxuriously Furnished Passenger Lift to all fioora. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend anoa, 5s, saoh peraon, Telegraphic address "Gwallatel, London." Telephone: 3648 Contra!. m734 Managing Director, JOHN JENKIN- —NEW— St. David's Hotel, HARLEOH. Close to famous Links and Seashore Oarage, lit tpeeticn Fit, .st(1,b, Billiards• Excellent cuisine Write for descrivtiw Booklet. Finest Ilea and mo'.mtai views. gSPS ARTHOG HALL HOTEL. Near DOLGElLEY. UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. _■ Telegrams—Jeffs, Arthog. Arthog Stati n, Cambrian Railway, 7 minatoa walk. GARAGE FOR 6 CARS. CAR FOR HIRE. THE BEAUTY IPOT OF NORTII WALES. 3 mile* from Barmouth and standing in its own beautifully-wooded ground" of 40 acres in which are the celebrated Arthog Waterfalls end ancient Fort of Craig-y-f'wlcb. Unrivu]1ed Scenery; Mountain, River and Sea; Mild Winter Climate; 3,500 acres Rough Shooting and Wild FowHne Golf (easy distance). Tenuis, Bowl" etc The nearest and easiest ascent to Cader Idris is from the Hotel. AN IDEAL PLACE FOR AN IDEAL HOLIDAY Illustrated Tariff on application. y795 HARHY G. JEFFS, Proprietor. øUWWUUUUWUUU* L| THE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, || § Great Darfcgate Street, BEST VALUE IN FURNITURE, J. LEWIS" EVANS I w, CABINET MANUFACTURER, UPHCLftTERSB. AND UNDERTAKER, v# BEGS to Inform tho public that he 'JR :.1< always a tatJSJ fltfJr,k of Furniture, etc. made on the 'Tirfiwiisef, w An inspo ction Invited. JJjJf Workmanship Guaranteei! J. G. WILLIAMS, COACH & MOTOR CARRIAGE WORKS, CHALYBEATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. High-Clan?) Repairs in all Departments. Private Address— Tol, No. 74 27. Chalybeate^tre»fi. 941.4 J Fruiterer and Florist, Fishmonger, 11 and Poulterer, Kg ? JAMES MORGAN, I g 11. PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH, g EGGS. EGGS. EGGS. 1 Bought in any quantity for Cash. ||| 'CAMBRIAN NEWS' PRINTING WORKS FOR r Erery description of PRINTING, Bookbinding-, Lithographing etc., etc. PROGRAMMES, CONCERT CARDS POSTERS AND HANDBILLS- CIRCULARS AND TESTIMONIALS BILLHEADS, MEMORANDUMS. — Neatly and Quickly Executed. — DIE STAMPING IN PLAIN AND COLOURS. 'Cambrian News' Office Terrace Road, Aberystth. 4 205th Seat of the SUN F1RE 0FF!0E FOUNDED 1710. THE QUEST imWSE OFFICE ——— IN lHE WORLD. ——— Copied tiom Policy dated m6. nsurances effected on the following risks FIRE DAMAGE. I Resultant Loss of Rent and Profits. Employers' Liability & Workmen's Compensa- tion, including Accidents to Domestic Servants Personal Accident. Sickness & Disease. Fidelity Guarantee. Burglary. Plate Glass, Burglary. I Plate Glass, LOCAL AGENTS- ABERYSTWYTH Mr HUGH HUGHES Aberavron Mr Thos. Pugh, Paris House Bala Mr R. L. Jones Mount Place „ Mr J. R. Jordan Cardigan Mr D. Thomas Davies Dolgelley Mr Thomas P. Jones-Parry „ Mr J. Haydn Morris, N. & S. Wales Bank Llandyssul Mr J. R Harris Llanon. Mr John Thomas Lampeter Mr Wm. Davies, 26, Bryn Road „ Mr H. W. Howell Llanbyther Mr D. Thomas. Blae-n b irb.%nt Newquay Mr D. Meredith Jones Sarnau Mr J. Nicholas Talsarn Mr Llewelyn Davies Towuy Mr E. H. Daniel. x979 TEE VV AR EXCIThMENT IS TRYING TO THE NERVES. Let me suggest 'that you patronise my Tea Rooms. A cup of tea will quiet and steady the nerves as no other beverage can, and it I is all the morp beneficial if it is drunk amid pleasant surroundings. I n Several visitors have expressed 1 their surpriae and pleasure at the S I elegant mannfr in which my Tea | I Room is equipped, and also at i the dainty manner in which mea's I are served I • Your patronage wi'l be esteemed g Z5 by I OWEN, I (D. W. TEVIOTDALE), High-Class BAKER, CONFECTIONER, AND CATERER, j 19 & 21, North Parade, ABEBYSTWYTH. I FURNITURE FOR HIRE. BEDSTEA i>8 and BEDDING BATH CHARS PUSHCHAIRS CAMP CHAIRS C '.MP STEADS BED CHAIRS ALL-IN CARS, etc. AT JOHN G STYLES, 10, TERRACE ROAD, Near Station. ABERYSTWYTH. For every description of | Boot and Shoe Repairs whether | LIGHT OR HEAVY j NAILED or HAND-SEWN H Try the j UP-TO-DATE BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRER, S GEO. AHERN, (Lata FLETCHER) 39, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. — 0. J. BARNETT, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKRR & JEWELLER, (11 years experience as watch adjuster in the priaci pal American Watch Factories), DOVEY BUILDINGS ABERDOVEY Repairs of all kinds carrier! oat with accuracy "cd dispatch. REPAIRS FOR THE TRADE A SPECIALITY. O.J.B. wHl call rot MR. R PRITCHARD, WINDSOR HOUSE, MACHYNLLETH, every Wed- nesday afternoon to receive rrdurn. x923 Cambrian News S .0- Stationery Stores. STATIONERY FANCY AND OTHERWISE ALL SJZES AND TINTS. FANCY GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY. LEATHER GOODS A SPECIALITY. oq^l an S tia i a N Stores. TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. -J FOR USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL Presents of all kinds TRY THESE STORES. STATIONERY DEPARTMENT. Fancy and Plain Notepapers, printed or stamped in Colour or Relief. Envelopes-Commercial, Court, Offi- cial, Seed and Pence. B.B. Stationery. Sermon and Essay Papers. Die Sinking, Engraving, and Card Printing. White and Tinted Papers, Type- writings, Azure Laids, etc. Receipt Books, Manifold, Rent, Club, and Tradesmen's Books. Letter Copying Books, Minute Books. Sketch Books, Music Books, Loose Indexes. Memorandum Books and Tablets. Typewriting Carbon Papers. Ruled and Plain Foolscap. Fountain and Stylographic Pens. Penholders and Pencils. 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Poets and Birthday Books. „ ^?TTare Sole Agents for the Royal Worcester, Ruskin, Wedgwood and Doulton China. 1 Useful Articles suitable for Presents of various kinds Beautiful Ornamental Pottery of every description _—_ Circulating "SB* Library, Mn&mnSs NSBBt 38, Terrace Road, LATEST MODERN FICTION. Hundreds of Books to select from. 2d. a week per Vol. Latest 6d Novels sold at 5d per volume. Picture Books for the Kiddies. Dean's "Rag Books. Reeves' Artists' Materials. Japanese China and Fancy Kaga Vases just arrived from Japan. Antimony Articles, Beautiful Design*. The Largest and Best Selection of Picture Post Cards in Wales, OUR SHILLING VIEW BOOK is acknowJedged on all hands as the Finest Production in the Country Well bound in strong covers 'Cambrian News' Stores, TERRACE ROAD, ) ABlEtifWTVH. I