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lythher her the wed ay variety of fish. Kill be sof the I Wales for loans auk ou oterest Ate

lythher her the wed ay variety of fish. Kill be sof the I Wales for loans auk ou oterest Ate

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August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
Etiatttclo. r,tc. HED.—TO LET, Charming Semi' Detseneil Villa (eiglihroome(), in beautiful Lemilon suburb; healthful, eon venierit, well-arranged ; wet Kent

Etiatttclo. r,tc. HED.—TO LET, Charming Semi' Detseneil Villa (eiglihroome(), in beautiful Lemilon suburb; healthful, eon venierit, well-arranged ; wet Kent

bills.—T. M., Halsie's Library, Forest e Mill, S E • HA RLECH. MO RE LET, a newly erected Dwelling-House, os Bronwen Terrace, containing 2 Sitting Rooms =a 6 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, and ply to Mr Thomas Roberts, C. Portamloc. WANTED, Agent+ to represent a Glass ln.a7ance Co
August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
THE REV XR THRING ON EISTRDDFODAII.

THE REV XR THRING ON EISTRDDFODAII.

Sneakieg at an eisteddfod held at Borth on Wednesday, • ii. n Mr J. H. Jones, Auerdovey, presided, the Re. Mr Thring, who was warmly received, said be would beeln by saying he was sorry that the • sus* of his being there was a mishap—the inability of the county memb. rto attend.
August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
PRESIDENT GARFIELD.

PRESIDENT GARFIELD.

In • telegram ea Wednesday, the coml• spowlent of the Daiqf N ew, up:— The physicians' hopes were only partially realized during the forenoon of yesterday. The pulse went down to i 14 as they expected, but rose at midday four beats. NVtist disippointed them was the lack of rally
August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
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August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
CILCENIN.

CILCENIN.

- - 3CHOOL MILAT.—The anginal tea party, previous tithe breaking tip of the Cileenin board school, APRA held last week, and proved even a greater maces/ than in former years, thanks to the generosity and henevolence of the following ladies and gentlemen Capt. Vs3chag, Ca2t. Wicw
August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. iFonnded 1805.) Head Maeter—Ma THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, B.A. ((mon), Late Scholar a Jeans College and Swami Class

LAMPETER GRAMMAR SCHOOL. iFonnded 1805.) Head Maeter—Ma THOMAS H. WILLIAMS, B.A. ((mon), Late Scholar a Jeans College and Swami Class

amain Moderations. aim ot the education given at this school will be such as to prepare young men foe Matnemlatien at the Universities and Lampeter College; also for the Oxford Local andk Preliminary Examinations. Terms—G guineas a year. „ 2 vine :s j. term. For Iverther isfirma
August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
STAR LIN IS ROYAL AND UNITBD STAUB MAIL STRAY MRS. *.7 5 0 . Nnvics. Steamers of this take the

STAR LIN IS ROYAL AND UNITBD STAUB MAIL STRAY MRS. *.7 5 0 . Nnvics. Steamers of this take the

Lane 110114:1 reeo by Lieut. Maury, on both the and Homeward Passages. LIVET.POOL TO NSW YORK. Ptomain Passengers to all parte of the United MA Canada. These well known magnificent are appointed to Ea under, earryieg Her MaJesty'e and Mails. FROM LIVERPOOL. Adriatic _ Tuesday, i
August 20, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
DEVIL'S BRIDGE HOTEL AND

DEVIL'S BRIDGE HOTEL AND

WATERFALLS. JOHN JAMES, PROPRIETOR. THE SPLENDOUR of GLEN and MOUNTAIN SCENERY surrounding this HOTEL and Neighbourhood are, beyond doubt, the most Romantic in Wales. The general sublimity of the SCENERY, the grandeur of the CHASM, and the imposing character of the WATERFALLS, e
September 10, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales
 
ABERAERON. Ihe " Observer " is sold by Mr. W. B. Davin, Compton House, se well as at the Printing WM* near the bridge.

ABERAERON. Ihe " Observer " is sold by Mr. W. B. Davin, Compton House, se well as at the Printing WM* near the bridge.

Pouct.—On di- 3rd inst., before Capt. Vaughan, William Thomas, a pedlar, bailing from Neath, WAS charged by P.O Waits as, witi being drunk Ott licensed premises at the Star of Wales, on the provi.us evening. Fitted ss. CAUGHT AT LAT.—It will be remembered that in the summer of k
September 10, 1881 - Aberystwyth Observer - Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, Wales