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itth, la(tiagt, smt>$tath | A prepaid charge of Is. 6d, is made for announcements under this heading. DEATHS. DA VIES.—On the 7th September, at Primrose Hill, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aber- ystwyth, Morgan Da vies, aged 49 years. T^iW'lS.—September 15th, at 3, Penglaise- road, Aberystwyth, Mrs Ann Lewis, widow of Mr. Eli Lewis, formerly of Devil's Bridge, aged 70 years. p272 MERCHANT.—At the Manse, Bwlch, Breconshire Walter Hardee, infant son of the Rev. and Mrs. E H. Merchant, born July 21st, died September 21st. R,OBFR TS. --September 11th, m her 77th year, Mrs. Roberts, Minawel, College- road, Bangor, widow of Captain William Roberts and mother of Mrs. Edwards, wife of Professor E. Edwards. M.A., Aberystwyth, p253
SITUATIONS VACANT. APPLICATIONS are invited for the position of Traveller to a well-known firm of Welsh Printers, doing an extensive business. Applicants must be conversant with most modern methods and be business getter. Welsh an advantage. Salary and commission.—Apply Box 21, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. dl82 PrRENTlGi^ wanted lor the Iron- mongery and Cycle Trade.—Apply, D. R. Jones, New-road, Llandyssul. p225 API RENTICE wanted at once.—Apply, T. Jenkins, Chemist, Portmadoc. OOK-KEEPER and Cashier.—Thomas Ellis and Co., Drapers, Aberyst- wyth, will require in October a young lady as Book-keeper and Cashier. Previous experience not essential. Splendid oppor- tunity for a smart young lady to learn a thorough system of book-keeping. d504 BREAD BAKER.—Wanted thoroughly v experienced man as second hand, highest wages.—C. and G. S. Thorne, Maindee, Newport, Mon. p268 COOK-GF-NERAL. Young house par- lourmaid wanted, middle October. Family, 3.—Mrs. Nelson, Hafod-road, Hereford. p234 DAdtY.- Young lady (Welsh) wanted, immediately, for house work and assist in shop; o in family; wages, L26.- Applv. Jones, 76, Askew-road, Shepherd's Bush London W. p257 DRESSM AK1N G.—Wanted apprentices 11) at once.-Apply to Mrs. Lloyd Benbow, Smithiield-road, Aberytswyth. p219 TFWRESSMAKER-ATTENDANT required; U salary commences at £25 per annum, with board, lodging, washing, and uniform. Apply, in first instance by letter only, to Superintendent. County Asylum, Prest- wich, Manchester. d437 FEIALE ATTENDANTS.—Respectable Single Women required, of fair education and good height; previous ex- perience unnecessary; salary commences at 225, rising after satisfactory service by annual increments of £ 2 to £30, and on promotion to £ 50 per annum, with board, lodging, washing and uniform.—Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester d450 Good Working Cook-Housekeeper wanted G on beginning of October. Small family in country. House parlourmaid kept. Good references necessary.—"A," "Cambrian News" Offices, Aberystwyth. d448 OUSEMAID WAITRESS Wanted for Elephant Hotel, Newtown. Age 17 to 21. p249 T ALNDRY-MAID required, to act also as attendant; wages commence at 225 per annum, with board, lodging, wash- ing, and uniform.—Apply to the Superin- tendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Man- chester. d429 MALE ATTENDANTS required. Pre- vious experience unnecessary. Salary commences at JB50, increasing to £ 50, and upon promotion to L65 per annum, with board, lodging, washing and uniforms.— Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester. d351 TRGNG LAD WANTED, age about 17, for Milk Round. Salary commences at L26 a year.—Apply Evans, 36, Upper Marsh. Lambeth, London. p202 STROXG GIRL required for ward and kitchen work. Uniform provided. —State wage and full particulars Matron, Children's Hospital, Leasowe, Cneshire. THE ";uiith Wales Branch of the J. Caxton Poblishing Company, Ltd., has a vacancy for a Representative. Would suit ex-service man or one not eligible for service. The appointment offers splendid opportunities for a ffan of push and go. Applications not considered from those engaged in munition or other employment of national necessity.—By letter in first instance, Caxton Publishing Company, Ltd., 21, 22, 26, "Western Mail" Chambers, d469 W ANTED.-A smart Errand Boy left school —Apply, Geo. W. Jones, 16, Princeas-street, Aberystwyth. p210 WANTED, good General Servant.— Apply Mrs. Cooke, Lynwood, New- town. d512 XMTANTED, at once, a good housemaid- waitress and general.—Apply, Mrs. Potts, Commercial Hotel, Aberystwyth. WANTED, at Borth, boys to sell w "Cambrian News." Must have references. Good terms to right applicants. Apply, by letter, to "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. d405' WANTED at once, Driver for Ford delivery van; experienced.—Jarman, Grocer, Bargoecl.. pl94 X^TANTED, Smart Man to act as Mana- J'ger, Stock and Book-keeper; ineligible for military service.—Apply, J. and R. Baird, Tailors and Outfitters. Oswestry. w AN D.-Three Good Boot Repairers who can earn up to £ 2 per week. Apply to Dick's, Machynlleth, and to Dick's and Mortons, Aberystwyth. pl97 WANTED, Working Farm Bailiff, over V military age, experienced in all branches: wife to assist milking, do dairy and poultry; no, or grown-up, family pre- ferred. Must have good references. -Apply, Thos. E. Lewis Bowen, Clynfiew. Boncath, <8.0., Pembrokeshire. pl9l VVTANTED, strong girl as kitchen maid for Red Cross Hospital, Aberystwyth. —Apply to Commandant, stating wages re- iquirrri, personal iinterviw, -|| possible, between 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. any day. d520 -r- SITUATIONS WANTED. COOK and House-parlourmaid in need of a situation together.—Apply, Miss Joens, Coed, Dolgelley. 1264 SITUATIONS WANTED. I WANTED. -Situation as good plain cook. Not far from Aberystwyth, Homely family.—Apply, "Box No. 23," Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth.p259 TUITION. MESDAMES Fonsny and Van der Hecht give lessons in French; moderate terms.—Apply, 4, Cae'rgog-terrace, Aber- ystwyth. p269 SHORTHANI).-Thorough instruction. Beginners or improvers. Also Latin, French, book-keeping, and arithmetic.— Apply, Mr. Ravenhill, 4, Penglaise-ter- raoe, Aberystwyth. p254 TO BE LET OR SOLD. A 13 ER 1ST WITH.—Grafton House, near Castle, to be Let or boici; modern conveniences; sanitation pei-lec-L,Appiyl Edward^ Bros., Builders, Aberystwyui. A BER 1STWY THT^iTatT tcT be let, fur- nished or unfurnished, without attendance. Dining room, 1 or 2 bedrooms, kitchen, sea view, near links. Terms, moderate.—"Box 25," "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p275 ¡ T3 ARMOUTH and CARDIGAN DAY.- -*— List of Estates and Houses for sale, also houses to be let furnished on applica- tion to Edwin Blakey, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. p251 "DARMOUTH (near). Small House in lovely situation. Hall, sitting room, kitchen, scullery, W.C., 4 bedrooms, gar- den back and front. Freehold. £ 280.—E. Blakey, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Bar- mouth. p250 C.ldFNGWYN HALL, LLANON, to let, with 113 acres of good mixed land. Apply, Edwards, above address. Sale of I Stock and Crop will be held early in October; date not fixed p266 CHEAP FREEHOLD FARM, Wiltshire Farmhouse, outbuildings, 540 acres. Price, including tenant's valuation, £ 3,150. —Particulars, Rutters. 10, Norfolk-street, Strand, London. p263 C"RICCIETH.-To Let, November, 13th, 3 c Stanley-road (2 sitting and 5 bed- rooms;; £ 19.—Apply, Mrs Jones, 5, Stanley- road. p246 D'VELLIKG. HOUSE and SHOP, known -*— as Hotel Metropole, in Chalybeate- street, Aberystwyth, to let. Premises are in centre of town and suitable for any business. Immediate possession.. -Apply, J. W. James, Tannery, Aberystwyth. pl44 l^OR SALE, a Seven-Roomed Leasehold House, with domestic offices; long lease; very reasonable: owner let-ving.- Apply ,Box 15, "Cambrian News" Office. JLpREEHOLD FARM to be sold, 25 acres, Hendre Ehs and part of Tyddynisa, good house; near Penrhyndeudraeth Station. Ideal summer residence. Price, £ 600.—Apply, Miss Peter Jones, Port- madoc. p265 HOUSE TO LET, immediate possession, No. 2, Trevor-road, Aberystwyth. Apply above address. pl95 XXOUSE TO LET, with mmediate posses. sion, No. 11 Corporation Street, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. c767 XJOUSE TO LET.-—No. 6, Nortligate- street. Immediate possession.—En- quire at above address. p276 HOUSE IK) LET, Furnished for winter months, at moderate rent: every convenience; bath, hot and cold.—Jones, Aerial, West End, Pwllheli. pl98 "tTOUSE TO LET, Furnished or Apart- ments, in good neighbourhood; nice large garden. Village 9 mile:* from Aberystwyth. Could give attendance.— Apply Box 13, "Cambrian News," Aber- ystwyth. pl99 TV/TARINE TERRACE, Aberystwyth.- -LTJL Double-fronted Lodging House to let from next January, No. 30, Marine- terrace; good back premises and garden.—' Apply, 26 North-parade. p274 PART of House to Let Furnished, in good JL neighbourhood, for the winter months, could give attendance.—Box 12, "Cambrian Now,s. Office. Aberystwyth. pl90 PORTMADOC, 130, High Street, com- modious Dwelling House and Shop to let; best position in town; cheap rental.— —Apply, Griffith. 3, Caroline Street, Briton Ferry pi 15 rl O BE LET OR SOLD.—6, Custom House- 1 street; rent f J 8.-Apply in first in- stance, Edwards, Welsh Flannel Depot, Aberystwyth. p278 rpO LET, Commercial Inn, Llanen. Fully licensed. Free house. Low rent. Immediate possession.—Apply, J. Thomas Belmont House, Llanon. p243 'T'O BE LET, Greenwich House, Barmouth, a most commodious and convenient house and shop, situated in the main thorough- fare, suitable for any kind of business, to be let from ISth May, 1917.—Apply, for parti- culars to G. E. Owen, Wern, Barmouth. p211 io LET, Unfurnished, Pennal Towers, 11 shooting 2,000 acres fishing; station 4 miles; Aberdovey golf links, 6 miles; telephone.—Thruston, Pennal, Machynlleth. p214 TO LET, a six-roomed Bungalow at Llan- badarn, Aberystwyth. Rent, £ 18. Apply, T. W. Powell, Market-street. p273 rpo LET.—CAMBRIAN WOOLLEN FACTORY, Llanwrtyd Wells, with good dwelling house attached. This Factory has been noted for its tweeds and other homo-made materials. Immediate possession owing to death of Mr Roberts, occupier.-Apply to Williams, Priory Factory, Brecon. p267 fTlO LET.—In a small but Nourishing Sea- side Resort on the Cambrian C'oast, a Fully Licensed Hotel (the only licensed premises in the village).—Apply, R. priCe Lewis, Portmadoc. d499 mo LET 12 acres Winter Grazing at Crosswood, to 25th March.—Apply, Percy Wilkinson, Estate Office, Orosswood. d508 TO BE SOLD, by private treaty, two Leasehold Dwelling Houses, Nos. 42 and 44, Greenfield-street. Together or separately.—For further information apply Mr. Daniel Jones, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. p271 rfHVO FURNISHED ROOMS to let, with attendance if required; in the healthiest part of the town.—Apply. Box healthiest part of the town.-Applv, Box 18, Cambrian News" Office, Aberyst- wyth- p231 rpO LET, with immediate possession, "Silverdale," 41, Queen's-road, Aber- ystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, Aberystwyth. dl56 1 TO BE LET OR SOLD. TO BE LET, house containing 5 rooms J and .basement with good view of sea. —Apply, 4, St Michael's-place, Aberyst- wyth p232_ HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. APARTMENTS for Ladies or Gentlemen*, A Also servant Girls wanted.Nii-:i. J. Finch, Burleigh House, Aberyat wytli. p2^0 ( PARTMiiiNTS OR LODGINGS.—Com. fortabiy-furnished large front sitting room, with one or two bedrooms. Terms moderate. 30, Prospect-street, Aberyst- wyth. p235 "OED-SITTING ROOM, with board", for gentleman. Ground floor; indoor sani- tation. Moderate.—"B," 15, Grcen Park, Bath. p233 COMFORTABLE Home for invalids and c delicate ladies; maternity cases re- ceived moderate fees.—Cambria Nursing Home, North-parade, Aberystwyth. p277 COMFORTABLY-furnished apartments to let, in a modern house; close to sea; Aberystwyth.—Apply A.L., "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p253 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS for winter months.—Apply, 62, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth. p205 AMPETER.-Wanted Small Furnished House or Cottage, or Furnished Sit- ting-Room and Double Bedroom, with at- tendance.—Apply Box 14, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p204 THE people of South Wales will be holidaying in September. Now is lyour time to advertise apart- ments in the two county papers for Breconshire. Radnorshire, and adjoining counties. 14 words, 9d; 3 insertions. Is 9d; 22 words, Is., 3 insertions 2s. "Brecon and Radnor Express" and "Radnor Ex- press," Brecon. d38 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. K nE ON YOUtt METTLE,' "'Don't tioaid your D Metal," Wauteii for Munitions. Cat>h buyers Brass, Copper, Ltad, Zinc, Heavy Catt Iron, Sctap 65s ton, also buyer old Portabl Engines Mortar Pans, Rancid Fats, Damp Tea Dirty D'lmp Sugars, Old Currant* anN thig purchased, no waiting for Cash.—Thomas Horton, Merchyr p88 GREY HAIR permanently and speedily restored to its original colour by using. Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means act as a restor- ative. Contains nothing injurious and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price ls. 6d (postage, 3d. extra). Manufacturer: G. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth dll7 HONEY WANTED, Extracted and Sec- tions. State price with sample, per hundredweight, carriage paid-E. Boobier, j Honey Merchant, Old Babell, Swansea. pl96 TRAPPED RABBITS required. Cash with order.—Apply to Box 9, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth pl57 W' ANTED, Portable Steam Engine, from 10 to 12 H.P.; also rack bench.— Apply, with full particulars, Williams, Madrvn Mills, Pwllheli. p206 ANTED TO PURCHASE, small farm in Merionethshire; Llanbedr or Dyffryn district.—Apply "Box 22," "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth p256 WANTED — Piano. Give makers' names with the price expected.— Apply Box 17, "Camb.ian News" Office Aberystwyth. p222 NOTICE. McILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want 1YA 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 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 and Rabbit Skins Rags, etc. Best cash prices given, j477 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. BRAND NEW Jones Treadle Sewing Machine, listed at L8 15s. bar- gain, £ 4 15s. Od.; extra leaf to table:- Pritchard, Eiiion House, Portmadoc. p260 COAL, COAL, COAL, Truck loads any station. Write for price list to Jack King, Coal Factor, Handsworth, Birmingham. p220 FOR SALE.—Pony Cart (tennis), also harness, suit pony liJ-13 hands; smart and in good order.—Apply, Browne. Coed, Dolgelley. p262 LARGE STOCK BELGIUM GLASS, 15oz., 31d. foot; also American 18oz. equal to 21oz. Large Stock Picture Mouldings, 20 x 16. Enlargements on Card Is. 9d.; on Stretchers, 2s. each. 20 x 16 Frames to suit all prices.—Shatz, Arcade, Merthyr. pl29 OIL PAINTINGS, after Tuvnei\ Con- stable, Cox, Linnell, Murray, Hob- bema, and others, for sale.—Charles White jun., Artist, 5, Crynfryn-row, Aberystwyth. p262 SOUTHDOWNS. Shearlings and Ram Lambs: full pedigree, rare type, choicest strains of blood unsurpased for crossing Welsh Ewes. Production early fat lambs; early buyers get pick first-class stock. Inspection cordially invited.— Thomas Williams, Pentreffynon, Holywell. Flints, P130, RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable" Rat Poison. Oats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, bet.. Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W.Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aber-vstwvth- dll6 "LLAW Y DIWYD A GYFOETHOGA." KNITTING MACHINES, only best British-made sold (sample list of some few hundred customers free), lessons free. With or without stands- over 42 years experience. Chief depot, 30, Queen- street, Neath. dl07 SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. FARMERS can have the very best Bulls — or Heifers delivered to their nearest stations at very reasonable prices. Bred from large-framed, deep-milching cows by pure-bred sires. Testimonials from all parts of Wales.-Applv. F. B. Gill, High- gate, Whitchurch, Salop. dl23 I SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS I F..&.1 IS to. I Agricultural& Generil Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land & Estate Agents. OFFICES 28, Terrace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABERYSTWYTH also at Towyn, Barmouth, DolgeUey and Newtown. pl55. Sale Fixtures. September 23rd, LLANIDLOES.—Monthly Sale of Fat and St>re Cattle and Sheep. September 26th, NEWTOWN.—Great Annual Prize Foal Sale and Monthly Horse Sale. Upwards cf £ 95 in Prizes. October.—Gwalia Hotci, North Parade. The whole of the Valuable and Well- made Equipment, by favour of instructions from Miss Harcourt. October. -55 Marine-terrace. Sale of Superior Household Furniture and Effects, by favour of instructions from Mrs. Lloyd Several other announcements in due course. Offices: Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aber- ystwyth. d457 GREAT ANNUAL AUTUMN SALES — OF 34.000 Kerry Hill, Cross-bred and Welsh Sheep. 1%/TESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS have pleasure in anouncing the fol- lowing fixtures:- LLANIDLOES.—Annual Welsh Ewe Sale, Friday, October 6th. LLANBRYNMAIR,—Annual Welsh Ewe Sale, Monday, October 16th. Entries respectfully solicited and booked 'now. d456 SHORT NOTICE OF SiALR CHALYBEATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. jVCESSRS COOKE BROS and ROBERTS are favoured with instructions by Mr. McDowall and Mr. Thomas to remove are favoured with instructions by Mr. McDowall and Mr. Thomas to remove to the Carriage Building Works, as above, I for convenience of sale, and Sell by Auction, On MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1916, At 1-30 p.m., precisely, A Particularly Useful Lot of Well-Made and Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Comprising Furnishings of Halls, Recep- tion, Bedrooms, and Domestic Offices. Included in which arp Oriental, Axmin- ster, and other Carres, fine .Pollard Oak Sideboard (Mirror Back and fitted Cellar- ette and drawers), Ebonized Tub Suite in Plush, Mahogany Dining Room Suites, Telescopic and other Tables. Rosewood Cheffonier, Overmantels, Whatnots, Base Rocker, Mahogany and other Easy, Elbow, and Single Chairs, Queen Anne Curio Cabinet, Antique. Mahogany Card Tables (inlaid Brass, with Claw Feet), Walnut China Cabinet Oil Paintings, and other Pictures, Fenders and Fire Implements, Pine, Mahogany, etc., Chests of Drawers, Books, 8-Dav Bracket Clock. Ornamental Items, Four-fold Screens, Bedsteads. Bed- ding, MahoganV aifd. Bamboo Marble Top Washstands, Toilet Tables, Towel Rails, Ware, Linen Press, etc., Kitchen Tables. Chairs, Fenders, Culinary Utensils and Ware, Tools Gas Heater, Small Gas Cook- ing Stove, Cocoa Fibre Matting, and numerous other effects On view morning of sale. Sale at 1-30 p.m. prompt. Offices: 28, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth, and at Newtown and Llanidloes. d488 MID-WALES HORSEt REPOSITORY, NEWTOWN, MONT. GRillAT PRIZE SALE OF 300 Heavy Horses, Hacks, and Cobs, Including 100 Grand Colts and Filly Foals (many of which are Shire .Bred). The Foals already entered are by the following gii-es: Alst-ead Blue Blood," Candridge Densterer," "Chatley King Cole Ilnd," "Baxdon Fewest Prince," "Knottingley Warrior," "Severn Rival," "Severn Hec- tor," "Moors Regent," i"Bloxted Flag lInd," "Bardon Salopian," "Llwyn y Brian Regent," "Friar John," "Kynners- ley Harold," "Curf Duncan," "Mintwell," "Langwith Manners," "Hawthorn Cham- pion," "Baronet Blue Blood lInd," "Scaffel King," "Duke of Willmett." TUESDAY NEXT, SEPT. 26th, 1916, Cash Prizes and -2 Silver CuPs- TO THE VALUE OF 293. Sale in Two Rings at 11-30 a.m. Sharp. Catalogues on application to the Auctioneers, HALL. WATERIDGE and.OWEN. And COOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, Offices: High-street, Newtown, Mont. VALUABLE Freehold and Leasehold Property for Sale By Private Treaty. The Commanding Shop Premises known as 28, TERRACE ROAD, Aberystwyth. The Commanding Shop Premises, No. 30, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. All those Subtantially-erected and Com- modious WAREHOUSES AND WORK- SHOPS in Cambrian-street Aberystwyth. The Modern Residences known as Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, STANLEY ROAD, Aber- ystwyth. All that Desirable Freehold (Office) Build- ing, No. 1, NEW STREET (formerly as a Bank), Pier-street, Aberystwyth. Freehold Double-fronted Private Country Residence, STRATA HOUSE. LLANON, Cardiganshire. For full particulars and orders to view apply to the Agents: MESSRS. OOOKE BROS. & ROBERTS Auctioneers, Estate Agents, and Valuers Old Post Office Buildings, 28, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. d417 SALES BY AUCTION. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS I AUCRIONEEKT> AF\D VALUERS, t Estate, House, and Insurance Agents, etc. I OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees & E vans' SALE FIXTURES. 1916. I Oct. 4th, Llanilar.-Sale of Farming Stock, etc., at Tynfron. October 12th.—Alltgoch, Llanon.-Sale of Farming Stock, Etc. Other Important Fixtures will be announced shortly. Auctioneers' Offices: 4, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. d419 TYNCWM, OAFhL DEWI. Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming I' Stock, Crops, Etc. JVI[ESSRS *DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Henry Davies to Sell by Auction, as above, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1916, The Whole of the Valuable LIVE and DEAD Farming Stock and Crops Comprising 5 Horses: 6 Useful Mares (aged); 1 Strong Sucker by Abertrinant Horse, 1 promising Cart Filly, rising 2, by Gogerddan Horse. 15 CATTLE: 4 Good Milching Cbws, 6 2- year-old Bullocks and Heifers, 5 Strong Calves. PIGS.-2 Sows with litter of 10 and 11 respectively. The AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, including Box Cart, Iron Roller, Iron Harrow, Plough. Chaffcutter. Pulper, Mow- ing Machine, Gearing, Cart Harness, and Plough Gears, etc., etc. The Crops comprise 33 Mows of Wheat, 168 Mows iBrown White Oat. 10 Tons Meadow Hay in Rick. all of which are of excellent quality and harvested in the best condition. Sale to commence at 11-30 prompt. Six months credit will be given to pur- chasers of :1:5 and upwards upon approved security, or a discount of 6d in the £ will be allowed for cash. d524 CAEGYNON, CWMR HEIDOL, Near Rheidol Falls Station. Sale of Farming Stock and Crops. lifESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS are favoured with instructions from Mrs Stephens, to Sell by Auction, at the above place, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1916, The following LIVE and DEAD Farming Stock, Viz. :-1 Cart Sucker by Tre'rddol Horse, 3 Young Milching Cows in calf, Yearling Heifer, Red Shorthorn Heifer Calf; 40 StrongjjBreedino; ESvves, 14 Fat Lambs, 2 Baconrigs, and a number of Barn Door Fowls. Implements. including Box Cart, Plough, Harrow, Chaffcutter Winnower (Corbett), Shaft and Leading Harness, Plough Gears, ietc., etc. Corn and Hay, viz.:—6 Large Mows Wheat, 6 Ditto Brown Oats, 2 Lights of Well-harvested Hay. 20 Rows of Potatoes. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Credit on conditions d526 HAFOD, DEVIL'S BRIDGE, Near Aberystwyth. Highly-important Sale of Welsh Mountain Sheep, Horses, and Cattle. TV4NIEL I. REES and EVANS have been favoured with instructions from T. J. Waddingham, Esq., to Sell by Auction, at the Hafod Arms Hotel Field, Devil's Bridge, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27th, 1916, about 600 Strong Welsh Moun- I tain Sheep I Comprising of Ewes, Wethers. Rams, and Lambs. 3 Excellent Horses, I Viz. :—1 Bay Cart Gelding, 15.3 h.h., five years old, quiet at all farm work, and be- lieved to be sound; 1 Brown Cart Mare, 16 h.h., seven years old, quiet at all farm work; 1 Cart Colt Foal. 5 Shorthorn Cattle, Viz.:—1 Pedigree Bull, 12 months old; 1 non-Pedigree Bull Calf 9 months old; 1 two-year-old Heifer in Calf: 2 Yearling Heifers. Sale to commence at 12-30 p.m prompt. Terms—Cash. The Sheep will have been dipped in accordance with the Official Requirements, and all Stock will be put on rail free at Strata Florida or Llanidloes Stations. d494 LLECHWEDDMELYN, Close to Nantyronen Station. Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Crops, Etc. On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1916, MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS .I have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Isaac Griffiths to Sell by Auction. as above. the whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock and Crops Comprising 1 Strong Cart Mare, 4 Milching Cows in profit (one due to calve in Novem- ber); two-year-old Heifer in calf; 1 two- year-old Bullock, 5 Yearlings, and 5 Calves, 80 Ewes and Lambs, 2 Yearling Kerry Rams. Implements, Etc.—New Cast Iron Roller, new Iron Harrow. Plough (by William Evans), Scuffler, Moulder, Chain Harrow, American Rake. Tub Gearing. Pulper, Feeding Tubs, Mowing Machine, Threshing Machine, Market Car, Gambo, Shaft and Leading Traces, etc.. etc. Corn Crop, viz.: -50 Mows White Oats, and 20 Mows of Mixed Corn, which have been well harvested and is conveniently situated for removal. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. sharp. Credit on Conditions. d525 SALES BY AUCTION. I BORTH, CARDIGANSHIRE. I Sale of a Desirable Freehold Building Site. MESSRS DANIEL I RIDES and EVANS are favoured fwith instructions to offer for Sale by Auction, at the Cambrian Hotel, Borth, on SATURDAY, SEP- j TEMBER 30th, 1916. at 2-30 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of sale, all that very VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITE, situate in the centre of the Progressive Seaside Resort of Borth aforesaid, having a frontage of 18 yards (or thereabouts) to the main thoroughfare and a. depth of about 128 yards. Possession on completion of purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 4, Baker-street, Aberyst- wyth; Captain John Simon, Adelaide- place, Borth; or to Hugh Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Aberystwyth. d523 LLWYN Y SG CBORWEN, li Miles froui Llandre Station. "1/TR, JOHN PUGH has been instructed by Mr. David Owen to Sell by Public Auction, at the above, on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26th. 1916, The Whole of the Live & Dead Farming Stock Comprising 46 HEAD of CATTLE, viz., 10 Milch Cows (iu profit), 4 Two-year-old Bullocks and Heifers, 18 One-year-old Bullock and Heifers, 14 Calves. 6 HORSES. Bav Mare, 15 hands, in foal to "Dewstow Forest King II;" Sucker of above; Bay Mare, 6-year-old, 15 hands; Chestnut Gelci- ing, 3-year-old, 16 hands; Bay Mare, 2- year-old 14^ hands; Black Filly, 1-year-old, by "Bayham Gallant." The working horses are quiet in all gears. are quiet in all gears. 108 SHEEP (60 Welsh Ewes, 44 Lambs), 3 STORE PIGS, 50 COPULE FOWLS. GOOD MODERN IMPLEMENTS. Quantity HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; (Old Oak.) Lundheon at 11-30. Sale to commence 12 prompt. Credit on conditions. d400 ASSEMBLY ROOM. BORTH. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. "ji/TR. JOHN PUGH has been favoured 1tJ_ w]t,h instructions from Mrs Feilden to Sell by Public Auction, at the above, I on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, 191b, A Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE | Comprising Folding and other Tables, Arm Chairs, very good Piano (iron frame), Knee-hole Writing Table, Cellarettes, Turkey Carpet, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Spring and Hair Mattresses, White Wood Folding Beds, Dressing Tables, W ash- stands, Large and Small Chests of Drawers, Towel Rails. Bedroom Chairs, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Cfjrrier /Cupboard, Kitchen Tables, Oak Chairs, Closets, Mangle, China, Pictures, Settles, Saucepans, Spoons and Forks (E.P1.), Ladder, Wheelbarrow, Cross-cut Saw. Measuring Chains, Step Ladder, Lathe, Tools, etc., etc. I Sale to com'mence at 1-30 prompt. Terms-Cash. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Machynlleth. d518 BARMOUTH. SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY, j IVTR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed by the Mortgagee to Sell by Public Auction, at the Masonic Hall, Barmouth, On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1916, at 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), all those 2 Cottages and Premises Known as CRAIG-Y-DON, together with the Cellar Building now or lately in the occupation of Mr John Jones and Margaret Jones and another, each respectively held on an annual tenancy. For further particulars apply to D. Oswald Davies, Solicitor, Dolgelley; or the Auctioneer, Muengwyn-street, Machyn- lleth. p495 I PENRHYN HOUSE, ABERDOVEY. Sale of Antique and Modern Household I F urniture. ]VJ"R. W. ROWLANDS has been in- -L* structed by the Executors of the late Miss Rosa Tomlins to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th and 5th. 1916, A Superior Collection of Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Being the Contents of Entrance Hall, Staircase and Landing, Dining, Breakfast, Drawing, and 10 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and Cellars, and briefly comprising Massive Solid Mahogany Side- board, Strong and Solid Mahogany Dining Table with four extra leaves, Antique Ash Arm Chair, Six Ditto Chippendale Pattern Oak Chairs, Mahogany Hat Stand, 2 Mahogany Gothic Pattern Chairs, Writing Desk, Mahogany Overmantel, 4 High-back Queen Ann Carved Oak Frame Chairs, 4 Old Oak Welsh Dressers, Old Oak Cup- boards and Chests, Grandfather Clock, Chippendale Mahogany Frame Mantel Clock, Inlaid Oak Corner Cupboard, Inlaid Oval Shape Walnut Table, Mahogany and other Pembroke and Side Tables, several Divan and other Easy Chairs, Bentwood Frame Dining Room Chairs, Oak Gate Table, Walnut Frame Pianoforte, by Hal- samper, Stool, Large Mirrors in Gilt Frames, Book Stand, Walnut Cheffonier with Mirror Panels and Back. Oak Bureau, Oak China Cupboard. Mahogany Arm Chair. Folding Chairs, etc. A large assortment of old Worcester and Staffordshire Jugs, Plates, and Ornaments, Oil Paintings. Water Colours, Engravings, and Prints. Plated Goods. Books, Axmin- ster, Brussels, and other Carpets, Floor Coverings, etc., etc. The Contents of 10 Bedrooms.—Brass and Brass-mounted Bedsteads, Japanned Ditto, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows. Bed- ding Linen, Floor Linoleum and Mats, Exceedingly Substantial Mahogany Ward- robes and Suites, Ash and Enamel Suites, Complete Double and Single Sets of Ware, Fenders and Irons, Pictures, etc. With the Complete Domestic Require- ments of Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, and Cellar. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. each day. Catalogues on application as above, 01; from the Auctioneer, Towyn. SALES BY AUCTION. MORRIS, MARSHALL. AND POOLE. Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers and Arbitrators. pERIODIOAL SALES of STOCK oon- ducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caersws, Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemnaes Road L'.anfair Caeieinion, Llanbadarn, Craven Arms, Ludi-ow, Church Stretton, Knighton, Towyu. Monthly Horse Sales at Montgomery- shire Repository Welshpool. The most careful attention is given to Sales of Agricultural Stock, I Ftfte and House Property, Timber and Antiquo Furniture. ff A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. c821 TOWYN STOCK SALES. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL, and POOLE beg to announce that their next Sale of Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, and Young Horses will be held at TOWYN On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3rd. 1916. Prizes will be offered for Shire Foals. A large number of entries already re- ceived, and further entries respectfully solicited and should be made with as little delay as possible to Mr. John Roberts, Maestegfryn, or Mr S. D. Williams. Pen- llvn, Towyn or direct to the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire. d509 MONTGOMERYSHIRE REPOSITORY WELSHPOOL SX SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14th, 1916, Monthlv Sale of Horses Of all Classes, including Special Sale of CART and HACK FOALS. Upwards of £ 6U in PKIZES. Entries should be sent in not later than Saturday, October 7th. Prize List and Entry Forms from the Auctioneers, CAYES and IORIUS, MARSHALL and POOLE, WELSHPOOL. d521 "ItrONTGOMERYSmRE REPOSITORY 1TJ- WELSHPOOL. £200 in Prizes. Great Show & Sale of Shires Registered or eligible for the S.H.S.B (held under the auspices of the Montgomeryshire Entire Horse Association), comprising Pedigree Shire Stallions, Brood Glares, 1, >2, and 3-years-old Colts and Fillies and Suckers. Entries close Monday, October 2nd. Prize Schedules and Entry Fornix for both Show and Sale from CA VES and m ORRIS, JUARSHALL and POOLE, Auctioneers. Welshpool; Or Messrs. Caves, Birmingham TyjESSRS. D. L. JONES, F.A.I., AND SONS will conduct a sale at CRl CKLAS. GLANTEIFY, OF Crops of Corn On FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22nd, 1916, Also Sale of Stock, Consisting of 70 Head of Cattle. 30 Horses, 600 Sheep, and Farming Implements will take ulace on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th. d517 FFOSLAS, LLANFARIAN. I Sale of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Etc. MESSRS. D. L. JONES, F.A.I., and II SONS have been instructed by Mr. John Jones (who is leaving the Farm), to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1916, the whole of the Stock, Implements, and Furniture consisting of CATTLE.—6 Milch Cows in Calf and in full profit, 1 Barren Cow, 3 Heiiers coming 13 in Calf, 2 Steers do., 8 Heifers and Steers coming two; 8 Good Calves. HORSES.—1 Shire Mare, 12-year-old and supposed to be in Foal; 1 Collier com- ing three; 1 Pony. PIGS and SHEEP, Ete.-I Pedigree young Porker, 1 Sow in Farrow, 6 Store Pigs, five months old. Sheep: 45 Breeding Ewes 35 Ewe and Wether Lambs. Geese and Poultry. One Rick of Well-harvested Clover and Ryegrass Hay from 8 to 9 tons. IMPLEMENTS, Etc.-l Strong Market Car. 1 Box Cart, Plough. 'A Harrows, 1 Mowing Machine, 1 Horse Rake, 1 Tumbler, 1 equal to new. Strong Gearing for Threshing, Chaffcutter, Barrow."Casks, quantity of Timber, Harness, with large number of other articles, part of the Furniture, 2 Tables, Benches, Settle, Bed- steads, large Dresser, with many other lots that are unnecessary to mention. Credit on conditions on all sums over £1. Luncheon at 12-30 p.m. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m sharp. Esgerhendy, Tregaron, September 18th, 1916. d5l6 FINAL WEEK FOR MAKING ENTRIES? 600 Horses. 60 Guineas Prizes. JLTESSRS. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS invite entries for their great Autumn Horse and Foal Sales, in the North Wales- Repository. Wrexham. Wednesday, Octobcr 4th.-Hunters. Har- y ness Horses, Cobs. and Ponies. Present entries include 10 Harness and Show- Horses of ex^entional quality from Tho Whitegate Stud. Thursday, October 5th.—Powerful Town Mares and Geldings, Lurrv and Van Horses, 2 Champion CUDS Friday, October 6th.—Pedigree Shires. 1, 2, and 3-year-old Geldings and Fillies and Foals. Champion Cup for best Foal. A Great Demand for all Classes. Entries close Wednesday, September 27th. k (Sates by Auotien Continued on Page 4.)