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Wanted. ABERYSTWYTH.—Nursing Home large garden; every comfort; moderate terms.—Owen, Sea View, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwyth. 1,888 CHAUFFEUR,disqualified, wanted at once; thoroughly understands Rover; tee- totaler; good references essential.—Mis Holland, Caerdeon, Dolgelley. b937 CLERK Wanted in Auction Offices. Lad just left school would be suitable.— Apply, Box 180, Cambrian News" Office. bwOo COO K-GEXERAL and Nurso-liouseniaid wanted for Radyr, four miles from Cardiff. Wages, £ 20 and £ 18 Fares paid. -Apply, Jones, Eryl Daf, Radyr. Cardiff. b949 GARDENER Wanted; respectable hard G working man.—Lewes, Abermaed, r, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. b925 GENERAL Servant wanted age 17 to 25: good wages fare paid on engagement— J. Rattray, 39, Sunnyside-road, Ilford, Lo™ £ n- b887 GOOD General Wanted; early in New Yea)-Appl-.V, WOMCS, 40 Grea. Darkgate-street Aberystwyth. b970 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND AND TYPE- WRITING. — Private and Postal In- struction. Classes Mondays and Fridays. Success guaranteed to workers.—D. Evans, South View, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth. TO TAILORS.—Wanted, first-class General Hand good wages; permanency piece or weekly.—John Griffiths & Co., Trade Hall, Bank Buildings, Llanidloes. b884 WANTED, Freehold or Leasehold Cottage' with large garden, in or near Aber- ystwyth, or site. -Particulars and price, Box 177 « Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. b897 WANTED, Miller, to take charge of country mill; permanent situation good house if desired.—Apply, Box 182, ■"Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. b927 WANTED, an Errand Boy.—Apply to J H. Edwards, Butcher, Aberystwyth. b963 WANTED, Young Lady, IH, for High- Class Dairy and assist in House Welsh preferred good home comfortable.—Thomas, St. George s Dairy, Belsizeroad, London, N. w. b962 WANTED, Immediately, Experienced Housemaid. Two in family. Good! Wages.—Apply, enclosing references, to Mrs Binnie Leitch, 46, Oxtord-road, Moseley, Birmingham b932. W ANTED good pIa-in Cook; fniall family.—Lady illiams, Boi-tli- wen, Pcnrhyiideudiaeth. b945 WANTED1, Small Furnished Cottage or ltooms for Christmas week. Box No. 183, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. 1)942 To be Let. ABERYSTWYTH. Clean, comfortable A Apartments for winter months; best part town; moderate terms. Invalids at- tended to bv Trained Nurse.-Eoxl44, Cam- brian News'" Office, Aberystwyth. bt<» ARMOUTH.-Mona Boarding House and 13 Refreshment Rooms. Best situation in'town. Contains 2 large Shops, 19 Rooms, H Kitchens, Bakehouse, Storage Cellars, Bath- room:and W.C's.-For full particulars apply to Edwin Blakey, Surveyor & Estate Agent, Bar- mouth. b886 CR ICCI -Pla s Isa, Portmadoc-road, to be- Let or Sold. Semi-detached House, suita.ble for Private Hotel, Board- ing House, or for letting Apartments; con- tains 14 Bedrooms, 6 Sitting Rooms, and usual conveniences. Vacant May, 1916"- Apply. Mrs. Jonathan, Bodlondeb, Criccieth. b909 CHARMINGLY situated, Detached Fur- e nished House; extensive tree-shaded grounds three sitting rooms, six bedrooms, bathroom and lavatory (h. and c.); indoor sanitation excellent water supply; efficient drainage electric light; garage; near beach places of worship (English services); station, post and telegraph office, &c. lovely sea and mountain views. To let for long or short periods also a Smaller House six roomed electric light; excellent water Stipply; good drainage, &c.—Apply, Foulkes Jones, Llwynt', gwril, BiO. »927 TO LET at low weekly rental, the whole of the House above the shop of the Rfeeidoi Boot Repairing Co opposite station.—Apply atishop. bi)65 TO LET, immediate possession, Mel- Valley Hall, Llanbadarn-road, Aber- ystwyth; 6 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, kitchen and scullery, hot and cold witer; motor garage and large garden.—Apply to above address or Joseph Davies and Son, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. b516 TO LET, 16. Alexandra-road, Aberystwyth. Rent, £ 20. Immediate possession can be taken.—Apply 15, Alexandra-road, or Blue Bell, Terrace-road. b881 TO LET from the 12th of November in- stant, No. 13, New-street, Aberystwyth; also No. 6, Laura-placei Aberystwyth both houses recently done up.-Apply to Smith, Solicitor, Aberystwyth, or Llewelyn Jones, Estate Office, Nantt08. b818 r)"0 LET OR TO BE SOLD, privately, A 24, North.Parade, Aberystwyth, the property of ithc late Revd. William Jones. The premises are most convenient and commodious sanitary and other arrange- ments absolutely perfect, having been recently renovated both internally and externally; eminently suitable for a dentist or a doctor, etc. Corporation lease, 71 years unexpired.— For further particulars, apply to Miss James, the owner, or to Messrs. Smith, Davies & Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. 1)898 rpo LET. PEITHYLL HOUSE, with immediate possession; situate within three miles of Aberystwyth.— Apply. Agent, Gogerddan, Bow Street. b911 TO BE LET. COED-Y-GOF FARM near Towyn; from C March 25th. 1916. Good House, excellent Out-buildings. —- Further parti- culars from Mr J. Roberts, Tanvbryn Shop, Abergynolwyn, or Mr. J. E. Jones, Iron- monger. Aberdovey. b920 To be Sold. BARMOUTH (near). Capital little farm of about 114 acres. Good house, near station, level land and easily worked. Freehold £ 2,500. • .Edwin Blakey, Estate Agent, Ha.rinout.li. 1>923 MOTOR-CAR, 8 h.p., two-seater, excellent condition, for immediate sale bargain. —Kellow. Portmadoc. b863. THE TREGARON MILL TO BE LET. This well-known Mill is to be let. The Buildling, as well every other part of the Mill is in good state of repair. It dresses Wheat, as well as all kinds of Corn. Plenty of water. Will be rented very reasonable. Apply to E. Lloyd, Llys Einon, Tregaron, who will give all particulars. b944 To be Sold. MOTOR CYCLE (" Triumph for sale for a IVJ. reasonable price owner joined the Forces.—Bert Ertwards, Dolgelley. b966 pOTATOES FOR SALK-Six tons of well-grown sound Potatoes for sale at reasonable prices.—Particulars, box 170, "Cambrian Newe," Aberystwyth. 1)889 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing from record Cheshire Milkers, by Pedigne Bulls. Quotations to any station no lancv prices.—Frank Dohie, Littleton, Chester. bHtiS TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, the Flag Hotel, Pennal, Nr. Machynlleth, to- gether with garage, farm buildings, large garden, and about 3 acres of excellent pasture land, also six-roomed cottage and blacksmith shop. The only Hotel on the main road be- tween Machynlleth and Aberdovey.—Apply, Bryncynlas, Aberdovey. b893 TO BE SOLD. by Private Treaty, CiWMSLAID, near Talybont. 500 well-grown Larch Trees; 120 Oak and Ash Trees.—Apply, Rieliarcil D. Jenkins, Ael-y-Bryn, Talybont, Cardi-ansliire. FOR SALE. 1814 Four-seater Ford in splendid running i order, complete with detachable wheel; electric headlights and three spare tubes; £80.. 18 x 22 Swift Two-seater in good running crder; Stepney Wheel, lamps and tools, hood and screen £ 60. 6 h.p. Rover in splendid condition, detachable wheel, lamps, horn, etc., in running order. £ 40. All these cars can be seen at THB GARAGE. TOWYN, Merioneth. b940 Miscellaneous. NOTICE. DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare snd Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 NOTICE. IcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want iTi. Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, &c. Good prices given any quantity. h830 IMPORTANT TO MOTIIFRS. Every Mother who values the Health and Clean- liness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4d and 9d postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Aberystwyth W. M. Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road Dolgelley R. and G. Williams, Chemists, Queen's-square. z61 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. f i'i O BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY -1 the SEVERAL STACKS of Well- harvested HAY, of the growth of 1913, 1914, and 1915 respect- ively, standing at the under- mentioned Statioll8 on the Cam- brian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, vis. Stations. Estimated Weight Ton" IT 1 1 Whittington, 1915 2 Barmouth -iiinctioi-i 4 Penmaenpool 6 pensarn 3 Portmadoe 4 Portmadoc, 1913 ••• E4 Portmadoc, 1914 4j Criccieth, 1913 51 Criccieth, 1914 4 Criccieth, 1915 2-j Afonwen, 1915 4 Abererch, 1913 71 Abererch, 1914 4i Abererch, 1915 5s For further particulars, and to treat, apply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry. Oswestry, December, 1915. < ■■ I.- LIVERPOOL. I Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage Step at the Door. Telegrams Shaftesbury Hotel, Liverpool'' Home like and Moderate. Welsh spoken. Hotel Gwalia, Upper Woburn Place, LONDON, W.O. CkntramjY SITUATBD (within 5 minutes' walk of Enston Station and 20 minutes from Paddington Station by under. ground to Gower-streeb Station). 130 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished. Passenger Lift to all fleers. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend. ance, 5s, each person. Telegraphic address: CI GwaUatel, London." Telephone: 3648 Central. m734 Managing Dlreoter, JOHN JENKINS —NEW— St. David's Hotel, HARLECH. Close to famous Links and Seashore. Garage, Inspection Pit, Stab;es. Billiards, Exeellent Cuisine, Write for descriptive booklet. Finest Sea and Mountain Views. g855 Unitarian Literature Free. "The Crying Need of a Renewed Christian- ity," by Dr. Charles W. Eliot, of Harvard University. "The Triumph of Faith," by Dr. Stopford A. Brooke. The above and other pamphlets, in English or Welsh, may be obtained Free by applying to MRS. JOHNJLEWIS, Tophill, Pontypridd. b967 Sales by Auction. -+- Cooke Bros. & Roberts F 6..J Etc. Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance A gents, Land ana Estate Agents OFFICES .— 28, Terrace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). And Auction Mart, North Parade. Telephone 3. ABERYSTWYTH; also at Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley and Newtown. Gillart & Sons, Auctioneers. House and Estate Agents, I Valuers and Surveyors. MACHYNLLETH. AUCTION SALES of Freehold &nd Leasehold Properties, Ground Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber etc., under. taken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Transfer, Mortgage, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and Plans prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected, Property owners advised in regard to the Provisional Valuations of their properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act 1910. Register of houses and lands to let and for Sale by Private Treaty t960 Mr. JOHN PUGH Auctioneer and Valuer, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Great Darkgate .Street, Aberystwyth9 Undertakes Sa!es of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, &c., upon reasonable torips Strict attention given to all business and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thursdays and by appointment on any other days Offices— Abeyrstwyfch Great DarkRate Streeti Machynlleth Maengwyn Street. Messrs. Price & Davies, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND ESTATE AGENTS, 2a, Alexandra Road, Aberystwyth And GARTH VILLA, LLANYBYTHEK, Undertakes Sales of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Implements and Household Appoint- ments Freehold, Leasehold, and Copyhold Properties. VALUATIONS OF REAL ESTATE AND CHATTEL PROPERTY. Rating Assessments and Appeals. COMPENSATION CASES. MORTGAGES ARRANGED. Prompt Settlements on all Sales. b951 IMPORTANT NOTICE. GEORGE FELLOWES, I. Baker and Confectioner, I HAS TAKEN OVER THE CENTRAL CAFE, NORTH PARADE, Recently carried on by MR. J. R. JAMES The Premises are Modern in all respects, and eminently adapted as a High Class IlESTA URANT, Having Seating Accommodation for 200 Persons, DINNERS PROVIDED DAILY, TEAS, &G.> prepared at all times This Business will be carried on in connec- tion with that. established at I!}, TERRACE ROAD, which is noted for the quality of HOME MADE WHITE & PATENT BREAD and CONFECTIONERY and General Grocery. Agent for Dr Allenson's Whole-Meal Bread. Also Daren and Hovis Bread. Mtde Daily under Model Hygienic Conditions. A TRIAL WILL ENSURE CUSTOM. b855 GARDEN SEEDS J. VEAREY Has now in Stock a large variety of] New Garden Seeds, OF THE:BEST QUALITY. FRESH VEGETABLES Daily from our own Gardens. Sweet rcas a Speciality. Note Address: 17, NORTHGATE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. ————S——————— James Morgan, FRUITERER AND FLORIST, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, 11, rier Street, Abcrystwyth, MIV G rm EGGS. EGGS. Bought in any quantity for Cash. I IMPORTANT TO ALL STOCK OWNERS. Køep your stock free from all skin diseases, vermin fcurf, loss of hair warble fly, &c.. by using the most reliable, valuable, and safe "Non-poisonous" pre- paration—viz., Approved by the Board of Aari cultu re, & m ae e by CORRY'S TOBACCO POWDER COKRY X- CO LTD AT THKIR BONDED STORES, SHAD THAMES, LONDON, S.E. FRE"; OF DUTY SINCB 1MJ, and may be obtained from all Agricultural Chemists and Merchants in perforated tins, Is., 2. each, Cheaper in bulk. b779 J Sales by Auction. ABERYSTWYTH. Choice Freehold Property for DisposaL MESSRS DANIEL I. REES & EVANS l' offer for Sale by Auction at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on WEDNES- DAY, DECEMBER 22, 1915, at 3 o'clock in the atternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then read or produced, all that well-known and Valuable Freehold Property called "THE HEART OF OAK," Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth, in the occupation of the owners. The property con- sists of a Commodious Shop and Dwelling House, with extensive back premises suitable for large stores, etc. It has a frontage of about 33 feet, with Carriage Entrance to Yard, and a depth of about 100 feet, almost reaching to Little Darkgate-street. This Desirable Pro- perty is Freehold and is acknowledged as occu- pying the Ideal Position in the business centre of the Town. It is exactly opposite to the General Post Office, and near to the Rail- way Station. Occupying, as it does, such an unique position in the Main Business Thorouh- fare, the Property admirably lends itself for any class of Business Premises, Public Build- ing, Picture Palace, or any other kind of establishment. Possession will be given on completion of the purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 4, Baker- street, or to Messrs. Roberts & Evans, the Vendor's Solicitors, all of Aberystwyth. Daniel I. Rees & Evans, j AUCTIONEERb AND VALUERS, Estate, House, and Insurance Agents, etc. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. a603 Public Notices. CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. SMALL HOLDINGS AND ALLOT- MENTS ACT, 1908. "VOITCE is hereby given that a draft schome has been prepared by the Cardigan County Council for the acquisition on lease of Garnfach Farm, Llanrhystyd, for Small Holdings. Inform- ation as to the content^ of the draft scheme can be obtained' from the County Land Agent, Derw Villa, Cross Inn, S.O., Cardiganshire. Any objection to the draft scheme is to be sent in writing to the Beard of Agriculture and Fisheries within one week from the date of the publication of this Notice. TOM PARRY. 17th December, 1915. b948 ABERYSTWYTH BOROUGH COUNCIL. NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES. The Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that: DATE OF COMJIENCBMKNT.—The above Regulations come into operation on the 1st January, 1916, and shall then apply and have effect in this District and shall be enforced and executed by the Local Authority. NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES BY PARENTS OR GUARDIANS.— j Every Parent or Guardian, or other person, as soon as he becomes aware of, or has reasonable grounds for supposing that any person in his charge is suffering from Measles or German Measles shall, unless the case has been already notified by a Medical Practi- tioner). forthwith notify the case to the Medical Officer of Health for the District at the addrsss given at the foot hereof, stating the name and age of the patient, and his address. NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES AND GERMAN MBASLES BY MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS.— Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, every Medical Practitioner, as soon as he becomes aware that a person upon whom he is in professional attendance is suffering from Measles or German Measles, shall forthwith make and sign a notification of the case and transmit it to the Medical Officer of Health. FORWARDING OF NOTIFICATIONS.—A Noti- fication to be transmitted to the Medical Officer of Health in pursuance of the Regula- tions, shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed to that officer, and may be trans- mitted by being delivered to him or by being delivered at his office or residence or may be sent by prepaid letter POlt addressed to him at his office or his residence. PEN ALT?.—Any person wilfully neglecting or refusing to obey, or carry out, or obstruct- ing the execution of these Regulations is liable to a penalty not exceeding £ 100. DANGER OF MEA.SLEI,Pareats are warned that Measles is very catching and very danger- ous to children. It is especially dafigerous to those under five years of age. Almost 10,000 children die every year in England and Wales Irom Measles, and over 9,000 of these are less than five years of age. The older the child, the Jess dangerous an attack of Measles be. comes. The object of the Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations, 1915, and of the requirement as to Notification, is the protection of the children. Notification should therefore be sent to the Medical Officer of Health in every case with- out delay. Address of Medical Officer of Health 22, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH. Town Hall, JOHN EVANS, Aberystwyth, Deputy Town Clerk. December, 1915. b969 SHIPPING. CUNARD LINE.—ROYAL MAIL c STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. *Saxonia Sat., Dec. 18 Caraeronia.Sat., Dee. 25 tannoiaia Sat., Dec-18 Orduna Sat., Jan. 1 ♦Cabin and Third Class passengers only tSails from London, Cabin passengers only. Fare X10 To CANADA. FROM LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, Apply, CUNARD LINE, Liverpool; London, 51, Biahopsgate, E.C., 29.31, Cockapur Street, S. W.; or Paris, 37, Boulevard dot Cnpuoinee. "'f. Buy your Soldier — THE — Cigarette SB XLilKSS GOLD FLAKE, packed in boxes of 50 and 100 at Is. 3d. for 50 and 2s. 6d. per 100. With every 5s. worth of cigarettes purchased we will give a useful Aluminium Cigarette Case free. Archdruid Cigarettes are now packed in strong boxes suitable for postage abroad. These splendid Cigarettes are sold at the old price of 2s. Gd. per 100. If you are a twist smoker try our Old Dublin 5d. per oz., 9d. per 2 oz. '2 HENRY LONCLEY, Tobacconist, TERRACE ROAD, b933 ABERYSTWYTH. THE FAMOUS New Hudson Lightweight Motor Cycles. 21 h.p,, 2 stroke, 2 speed. Price from R32 IN STOCK AT GRAY JONES, Garage, Aberdovey. I Public Notices. THE COMPANIES ACTS, 1908 and 1813. THE ABERYSTWYTH and ABERDOVEY STEAM PACKET COMPANY. LIMITED. NOTICE is hereby given, pursuant to Section 188 of the Companies (Con- solidation) Act. 1908, that a meeting of the .reditors of the above-named Company will 'e held at Brecon House x ortland-street, Yberystwyth, on Monday, lüO 27th day of I)ecember. 1915, at 3 o'clock in the after- ..oon. Dated 11th day of December. 1915. R, J. JENKINS, Liquidator. A. J. Hughes, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. b956 G. Ak R. CARDIGANSHIRE EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSION, 1916. 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, Lam- peter, on Thursday, the 6th day of January, 1916, at 11-15 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 the following order: —(1). County business; (2) Trial of prisoners; (5), Hearing ot appeals; and on the day and on the hour above-mentioned all the Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer their names, and the Magistrates of the County are requested to cause all depositions relating To cases ..fr-nt for trial at these Sessions to bo trans, mitted to the Clerk of the Peace on or before the 30th day of December, 1915, and in cases arising subsequently im- mediately after being taken. F. R. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace. Aberystwyth, December 14th. 1915. b954 ARERAYRON RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations, 1915 COMPULSORY NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES. "VPOTIGE ^5 hereby given that on mid after tliA 1st JANUARY 1916. ellses of MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES occurring within this District must be notified to th/Medical Officer of Health for the District either by the Doctor in attendance on the case, or by the parent, guardian or ether person hav- ing charge of the sufferer. The NOTICE Inn.st contain the name, 11p and full address of the patient and may be delivered cr sent by prepaid letter post addressed "To the Medical Officer cf Health, RitlJ11,i!berayron." By Order. B. Cl. Clerk to the Council. Council Office, Aberayrou, 11th December. 1915. bvMl RURAL DISTRICT OF TREGARON. NOTIFICATION OF BIRTHS ACT. 1907, and NOTIFICATION OF BIRTHS (EXTEN- SIO-N), NOTICE. Attention is directed to the provisions of the above Acts, which came into force on the 1st September, 1915. fllie principal Act provides that in the case of every child born it shall be the duty of the father of the child, if he is actually residing in the house where the birth takes place at the- time of its occurrence, and of any person in attendance upon the mother at the time of or within six liours after the birth, to GIVE NOTICE! IN "WRITING OF THE BIRTH to the Medical Officer of Health of the District in which the child is born. This notice must be given in the case of every child which has issued forth from its mother after the expiration of the 28th week of pregnancy, whether alive or dead. Notice is to be given by posting a pre- paid letter or postcard addressed to the Medical Officer of Health at his office or revidence, giving the necessary information of the birth within thirty-six hours after the birth, or by delivering a written notice of the birth at the office. or residence of the Medical Officer within the same time. Any person who fails to give notice of a birth in accordance with this provision will be liable on conviction to a penalty not exceeding Twenty Shillings. The notification required to be made in these Acts is in addition to and not in substitution of any Act relating to the Reigstration of Births. The name and address of the Medical I Officer* to whom notification must be sent is op follows:- DR. E. LLOYD, LIyS Einon. Tregaron. Jenkin Lloyd, Clerk to the Council. b591 MERIONETH QUARTER. SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEltEBl GIVEN that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Merioneth will be held in the County Hall at Dolgelley. in the said County, on Tuesday, the 4th day of January, 1916, at 10-50 a.m., when the Grand and Petty Jurors will be called and the Court will proceed to hear and determine all matter^ brougut before them in the following order 1. In the trial of prisoners. 2, In the hearing of appeals. B In hearing motions and in the transac- tion of such other business as may he brought before the Court. 1-1 AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that all Grand and Petty Jurors, all persons bound by recognizance to prose- cute And give evidence or surrender in dis. charge of their bail, and all appellants. respondents and their witnesses, and all persons bound by recognizance in any civil proceeding are to appear and ho in attend- ance at the time and place aforesaid. Appeals to be heard must be entered with me not later than two o'clock in the after, noon of the day preceding the Sessions. Dated this 14th dav of December, 1915. DAVID BREESE, b9&2 Clerk of the Peace. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. lOAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. "VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Standing Joint Committee of Quarter Ses- sions and County Council under Section 30 of the above Act, will be held in the County Hall, Dolgellev, in the said County, on Tuesday, the 4th day of January, 1916, at the hour of half-past ten o'clock in the forenoon when the Committee will proceed to the consideration of the business relat- ing to the application or management of the Co-unty Stock or Rate within the juris- diction of the Committee under Sub- Section 3 of Section 30 of the said Act, and all persons having any demand against the Committee are requested to forward par- ticulars thereof in writing to the County Treasurer at Dolgelley on or before the 1st day of January, 1916. Dated this 14th day of December, 1915. DAVID BREESE; b955 Clerk to the said Committee. Public Notices. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. CHRISTMAS MARKET AND CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. THE Town Council are asked to announce for the information of the Inhabitants of the Borough and District that the Aberyst- wyth Christmas Market DaYLthis year will be WEDNESDAY, the 22nd day of December, that CHRISTMAS DAY, and MONDAY (27th December), and NEW YEAR'S DAY will be respectively observed as GENRA HOLIDAYS, and that the Shops will be open ALL DAY on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22nd, but on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29th, the Weekly Half-Holiday will be observed as usual. Dated 1st December, 1915. BY ORDER. Town Clerk's Office, Town Hall. b895 THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL OF TOWYN. NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES. The; Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations, 1915. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that: DATE OF COMMENCEMENT. The above Regulations come into oper- ation on the 1st January, 1916, and shall then apply and have effect in this Dis- trict and shall be enforced and executed by the Local Authority. NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES BY PARENTS OR GUARDIANS. Every Parent or Guardian, or ether person, as soon w." he becomes aware of, or has reasonable grounds for supposing that an person in his charge is suffering from Measles or German Measles shall, unless the case has been already notified by a Medical Practitioner, forthwith notify the case to the Medical Officer of Health for the- District at the address given at the fcot hereof, stating the name and age of the natient. and his address. NOTIFICATION OF MEASLES AND GERMAN MEASLES BY MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS. Subject to the provisions of these Regulations, every Medical Practitioner, as scon as he Incomes aware that a person upon whom he is in professional attend- ance is suffering from Measles or German Measles, shall forthwith make and sign a notification of the case and transmit it to the Medical Officei- of Health. FORWARDING OF NOTIFICATIONS. A Notification to be transmitted to the Medical Officer of Health in pursuance of the Regulations, shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope addressed to that officer, and may be transmitted by being deliv- ered to him or by being delivered at his office or residence or may be sent by p;'e- paid letter post addressed to him at his office or his residence. DANGER OF MEASLES. Parents are warned that Measles is verv Hatching and verv dangerous to children. It is especially dangerous to those under five years of age. Almost 10,000 children die every year in England and Wales from Measles, and over 9,000 of these are less than five years of age. The older the child the less dangerous an attack oi Measles becomes. The object c f the Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations. 1915, and of the, requirement. as to Notification, is the protection of the children. Netification should therefore be sent to the Medical Officer of Health in everv case without delay. < RICHARlD BARNETT, Council Offices, Clerk. Towyn. b947 DOLGELLEY RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. Public Health (Measles and German Measles) Regulations, 1915. COMPULSORY X'OTI ETC AT ION OF MEASLES. DUTIES OF PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. On and after the 1st January, 1916, cases of Measles and •German Measles occurring within this District must bo notified to the Medical Officer of Health, either by the doctor in attendance on the case, or by the parent, guardian, or other person having charge of the sufferer. DUTY TO NOTIFY. Every parent, guardian, or other per- son, as soon as he cr she beoomeg aware of, or has reasonable grounds for supposing, that any person in his or her charge is suffering from Measles or Ger- man Measles, must at once notifv the case to the Medical Officer of Health, unless there js & doctor in. attendance who has already done so. HOW TO NOTIFY. As soon as a case of Measles oy German Measles is recognised or suspected, write a short note to the Medical Officer of Health, saving that vou think that the tfliild or person who is ill (giving I the name, age, and address of the child or person) is sufferino: from Measles (or German Measles, as the case may be). Send the. note, or post it (prepaying post- age), in a sealed! envelope addressed to The Medical Officer of Health" of tho above named district at Caerffynon, Dol- gelley. Be careful to give the name anj age of the person who is ill, and the full address, including the number or name of the house, the name of the street, and the parish or place. The particulars given should be sufficient to enable the address to be promptly found. DO NOT DELAY. Do not wait until after you have I t decided to (-all in a doctor before informing the Medical Officer of Health. Delay is dangerous, both to the sufferer and to other people, as Measles is very infectious in its earliest stages. Until the Medical Officer of Health has been informed, no steps can be taken by the Council to help the sufferer or prevent infection of others. BENEFITS OF NOTIFICATION. On :r>Meivin