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$ £ CUlk>, fftlau ftnf fltaui* A prepaid ckarzr "J Is. úd is mmtc Jor an/utunci incnis under this heading. DEATHS. ROBERTS.—November 5th, on the field of battle in France, John Llewelyn, the eldest son of Mr Andreas Roberts, Blaenau Festiniog and Pwllheli, who was 33 years of age. He left to mourn after him his wife and little hoy at Seattle, U.S.A.. and his father, four sisters, and brother in this country. p515 ACKNOWLEDCMENT4 Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker and daughter, 3, Station-road, Towyn desire to tender their most sincere thanks for the many expressions of sympathy and kindnesses shown to them during the long illness of the late Miss Mary Whitaker. p521
PKJCPAlb SOALK Houses to Let, Wanted, Situations Wanted Situations V m int, kpskrtmentg to he Let, Miscel, lan "ous Wanted, Vrticles Loit and Found. No. of On» Three Six Nine Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. 21 10 20 36 46 28 1 6 3 0 4 6 5 6 28 1 6 30 4 6 56 35 2 0 40 5 6 66 42 2 6 5 0 6 6 7 6 49 30 60 76 86 N. B. -I f Box Number given 3d. fxtra charged for poo'age of replies. PERSONAL. WILL LADY said to live at Llanbadarn who received "Uther and lqraine," the property of the "Cambrian News" Library, from a lady at the Railway Station on August 26th, promising to return it to the library please do so at once. LOST AND FOUND. STRAYEJD to farm in Darowen Parish, about three months ago Welsh Ewe. If not claimed within twenty-one days will be sold to defray expenses.—Information to P.C. Evans, Cemmaes. p525 SITUATIONS VACANT. AN OPPORTUNITY occurs for a well- educated lad to become apprenticed to journalism. Careful tuition would be given to intelligent youth.—Apply, Box 4214, "Uambrian News" Office, Aberyst- wyth. d700 A FPRHNTICE to printing trade re- quired. Must be intelligent and ready for hard work.—"Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. CAPABLE Builders' Haulier wanted; in- eligible; good wages and constant place for reliable man.—Apply, Mercer and Sons, Limited, Contractors, Llanelly p513- FARM BAILIFF wanted for the Gwyn- fryn Home Farm, near Criccieth. Must speak Welsh and be ineligible for military service.—* or particulars apply G. Bovill, Estate Office, Criccieth. d?36 ENERAL SERVANT wanted"; plain cooking.—Apply, Mrs'George Bonsall, Eddleston House, Queen's-road, Aberyst- wyth. d711 GENERAL SERVANT wanted for clergyman's house; age, 17 to 20; capable and clean.—Apply, with references Mrs. Thomas, Bronllan, Ystrad Meurig. p522 NURSE CMS Board and Residence required in hnnse of experienced rurse for s me we"\t'l.-F!ll1 particulars and in- clusive terms, in confidence, to Mater, Box No 56. "Cambrian News" Office. Aher yst.vryt.h. p495 RAILWAY COMPANY requires qualified fY women carters immediately. Good Waaes with War Bonvis. Fall Uniform supplied. — Apply, Good,; Superintendent. G. W.R., Davis Street. Cnrdiff. p502 Su PE-RIOR-Useful Help for work of small tj house, early in January no basement; family 3; gentleman out all day help given good "wages under 40.—71, Melrose Avenue, Crieklewood, London. p507 TO TAILORS.—Wnnted, a General Hand, constant employment; 35s. a week to uitable person.—Edwards, Tailor, Borth, S.O. p523 TO TAILORS.— Wanted, a good Im- prover or General Hand; perman- ent.—Apply. T. and J. Sallis, Tailors and Costumiers, Crymmych, Pcm. p512 W ANTED, a young cook—Lady Williams. Penrhvndeudrseth p505 WANTED Experienced General able to do plain cooking. Good references. Small family. Apply, Box 52, "Cambrian News Office. Aberystwyth. p471 WAN TED, at once, good Cnok. eneral; Hoti -pFi rloiirni aid tept.-Apply, Mrs. Baslcer. Priorv Street;, Car" arthen. p486 WANTED, man (ineligible) or youth, about 17. to look nft.er motor car and pmall engine, and he vp,ie,iiilv ti,ef III- Npply. Box 55, Cambrian News Aberystwyth p487 A XT ED General Farm Hand, wages 2G/- per week, cottage and garden reference requirt,d.-Thoinas, Gileston Farm, St. Athan, Cardiff. p480 WANTED.—Good Plain Cook; baking required.—Apply, stating age, wages, experience, to Mrs. Parry, Llyd- iardati, Llanilar, Aberystwyth. p510 WIREMEN, used to screwed conduit and the erection of Plant and Motors for Government work.—Apply, Stating .age, wage, and experience, to D. O. Evans. M.I.E.E., Electricity Works. Carnarvon. p514 WAGES, £24, to nice maid for general work. Good tempered. No wash- ing; help given; or young girl to train.— State age, anv experience, and all par- ticulars, Mrs. Y com an, Clark's Hill, Prestwich, Manchester. p518 .RED CROSS MILITARY HOFTPITAIZ MAGHULL, Near Liverpool. GENERAL PORTERS required im- mediately. Must be ineligible for military sei,vi(,e. Wages 13s. per week, rising annually 1s., to 16s., plus War Bonus, board (no lodging), and uniform. Applications, stating age, experience, r(-f .etc,. to Tie sent at once to the Clerk and Steward. d753 BOrTH C V R N A R VONSHIRE FISHERY BOARD. THE ABOVE! BOARD requires the ser- vices of a competent man Water Bailiff for the rivers of the distr-ct. Application* (with three recent testi- monials stating (n/Ie, qualifications, and salarv required tr 110 sent to the under- signed not later than the 30th December, 1916. DA TT) JONFS. Clerk to the Board. Pcrtmndoc, December 4th. 1916. d757 I SITUATIONS VACANT. I WAiNTED, a nice blight girl, as iNurse Probationer. Cambria Nursing Home, North Parade, Aberystwyth. p.526 WANTED, Smart Lad as apprentice to the grocery trade.—Apply, Owen Hall's Stores. Pier-street, Aberystwyth, d732 VST AN TEL", good jobbing oomp. willing t-o learn lino., or comp. lino hand.— Apply, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. J ANTED, Experienced Rabbit Catcher; constant work good wages. —Apply G. Jones, Rhydyclafdy, Pwllheli. p517 VVrANTED.—A Young Housemaid, for family of two- good wages.-Apply first to Mrs. Ballinger, Sherborne House, Aberystwyth. p620 SITUATIONS WANTED. CLERGYMAN'S DAUGHTER wishes em- ployment as writer in office, bank at desk. Good writer, figures. Excellent reference-s D. y c/o Rev. J. H. Davies, The Manse, Abergavenny. p473 TO BE LET OR SOLD. I A BER YSTWYT H^To be let o?^Tdllo^i"e and Shop, freehold, 5, Little Darkgate Street— Apply, Williams, 12, Corporation Street p493 Street— Apply, Williams, 12, Corporation Street p493 A BERYSTWYTH.—To Let, Furnished House or Rooms, close to New Promenade and Castle Grounds also small house to Jet— Apply, Box No. 48, "Cambrian News" Office. d695 A BERYSTWYTH.—To let, immediate A possession, 33, Bridge-street. Bath (h. and c.)—Apply, Captain Jones, at 15, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. p511 B ARMO-UTH.-To let or sold, from' May 12th next, Pembroke House and Tudor I House, conveniently and pleasantly situ- ated. Rental, £30 per annum.—Apply, Rhys Jones, Glanymor. d596 TVARMOUTH and CARDIGAN BAY.- 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 AR-AIOUTH.-Mona Boarding House and Refreshment Rooms. Best situation in town: close to Station and Parade. Contains 2 Large Shops, 19 Rooms, 2 I Kitchens, Bakehouse with modern oven, Storage Cellars, Bathroom, and W.C.'s. Splendid opening for high class cafe and refreshment rooms.—Edwin Blakey, Sur- veyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. p440 /^HKAP LAND for Sale, Freehold, Lian- v_^ engrnd Parish, Anglesey; 113 acres, mostly grass immediate possession arranged prief-, £ 1,650; etev te,ms.-Write, Bradley Hughes, JPenrhyn Quarry Hospital, Bethesda. Bangor. p504 FARMS FOR SALE, North Wale,- Farmhouse buildings 107 acres, price J5700. Farmhouse, 80 acres £ 650.— ) 119778. R utters, 70, Norfolk-street, London, W.C. p500 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate possession :— No. 41, Queen's-road, Aheryst-vyth. No. 17, Queen's-terrace, Aberyst-.v.vth. No 11, Corporation-street. Aberyst .-th A Furnished House with Garden and Motor House in Aberystwyth; for a few weeks or months. No. 46, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. d619 TO BE LET, Batty Farm, Mallwyd.— For particulars apply to Mr. Bullock, Dinas Mawddwy. p459 TO LET.-Furnished house, south aspect; modern. Terms moderate. —Apply Miss Richards, at Lyncroft, Cae'r- gog, Aberystwyth. p516 TO BE 'SOLJA BARMOUTH (near).—Capital little estate of about 132 acres. Good stone-built house; 2 reception, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, and all offices. Electric light by private plant. Greenhouse, good kitchen, and flower gardens; coach-house, farm building, garage. Lovely situation. Freehold, £ 3,700.—Edwin Blakey, Estate Agent, Barmouth. p453 ~FOR~STLE "BY PRIV A TETRE A: TY- THE FREEHOLD PROPERTY KNOWN AS Ll>»urn Mill, A.btrayron, Situate in the Parish of Henfynvw, in the CouØJ of Cardigan, about, t of a mile from the seaside resort of Aberayron. The Property, which is very pleasantly situated and easily wccessible from the malll road, comprises a Corn Grist Mill, Stone- slated Dwelling House, usual Out houses, Garden, and about 6 Acres of rich Pasture Lnnd. There is a good prospect of adding a Saw Mill. For further particulars apply to- CAPTAIN JOHN EVANS, p489_ MILFQRD HOUSE. ABERAYRON. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. BERYSTWYTH.—To b^let for six montlis (or longer) a well and comfortably furnished House, occupying a most pleasant: elevated position.—Apply to Messrs. Rees and Evans, House Agents, 4, Baker Street, Aber- ystwyth. d763 C- OMFORTABLE APARTMENTS, near sea. Good cooking: bath (h. and c); pleasantly situated. Winter terms. — Misses Morgan, Brynpeiran, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. p469 FURNISHED HOUSE to let in Cardigan Bay. Dining, drawing. 3 bdrooms, bath room, and other appointments. Electric lighL-Apply Box 54, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth p478 WANTED, Small Furnished House' in Aberystwyth or neighbourhood, facing south or south-west-Apply, Box No. 59 "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p527 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. I TXOME-CUREID HAM WANTEI~ Lndy offers valuable Service of Sterling Silver-mounted Table Cutlery, Government hall-marked, consisting of 12 Table Knives, 12 Dessert Knives, pair Meat Carvers. Came Carvers, and Steel. Unsoiled. Will exchange for nice Dam, cr accept 42s. cash. Win send on pproyaI willingly.—Write Box 47, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p432 i pA lNTING, Paperhanging, Glazing, &c., by a competent tradesman reasonable prices good class work day or contract.— David Lewis, 5, Union Street, Aberystwyth, WA N ED. Pelton wheels and bigh-pres su. e supply Pippa also Mining Plant of every cl (,scrip', o Th onias Johnson, Prescott St., Wi ?ar^ I p463 WANT ED, for four or five weeks, rough quiet Pony, suitable for young girl to ride-M.arille Hotel, Criccieth. û p524 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. GREY-HAIR permanently 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 Is. 6d (postage, 3d. extra). Manufacturer: G. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. MiaLl. Jones, Chemist, 33. Terrace-road, Aberystwyth dI17 WANTED a Mortlzagee. of C700 (or 2100 at, econd mortgage. B600 beiug fir t mort. gage) on comra diou" premises, in spieu^id position in Aberystwyth, now under lease a., ttb t £100 per unitl-iii- go'd security and good inter st offered-Apply, Box 50, "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. d709 WANTLID, Tack for Lambs until April; good price per head for suit- able places.—Apply, R. McTurk, Cnewr, Cray, Brecon. p488 WANTED, for Barmouth, 40 to 60 quarts of milk daily. State price and particulars to Box 531, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p474 WANTED, weekly supply of Trapped Rabbits; also Dressed Poultry Christmas week.—State quotation. bankers references or cash advance, Kendrick, Penygraig, Rhondda. p498 WANTED.—Second-hand Ford Touring Car. All particulars and lowest price.—Apply, Box "C," "Cambrian News" Office, Aherystwyth d751 ANTED.—100 Piams and Push Chairs for retyreing. Repairs done same day. All sizes of Tyreing in stock. Furniture, in any condition, bought for cash. Send P.C. to J. G. Styles, 10, Terrace-road Aberystwyth. dT" NOTICE. TY/TcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want 1TJ_ 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. b830 NUTICK 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 tnd Rabbit Skins Rags, etc. Best cash prices given, J477 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. BUILD up your Baby on "GESTIVO," THE "Digestive Food. Retained by the weakest stomach even when all other foods have been rejected. It rarely fails to su/t babies and 'creates sturdy, happy, and contented children. Large packets, 4 £ d. Tins, 7d. and Is. Local Agent: B. 2 Taylor Lloyd. Pharmacist, Aberystwyth. ATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable" Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it.- Vermin dry up and leave no smell Prices. 6u., Is., 28. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W.Harrison, Chemist. Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 36. Terrace-road. Aberystwyth. HELIB3ER, condition as new, must be sold, room warned pho o and price on application. — Howell Williams lnd Son, Undertakers, Ystrpd Rhondda p462 HORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from record Cheshire Milkers, by pedigree bulls. Quotations to any station; no fancy prices.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester p335 rl,HE BEST HOMK Hi. Ml^Y-for~"Con- i stipttion. Torpid r,i ,-r, Biliousness, &c., is Hall's Health Pilli. hicli ure specially made to cure all com plain (8 due to Stomach, Liver or Bowels They have been used successfully for many years Tr- them now. 1/1 post free. H. T. Hill. M.P.S., Manufacturing Chemist. Dogpool, Birmingham. p391 100,000 Pyramid Apple 4-year-bearing Trees. Cox Orange. Houblon, Arlington, J^ramley's, Ecklinville, James Grieve, Lady Siuleley. 12s. dozen, 70s. 100 Two- year Pyramid Cox Orange, Worcester Pearmain, Newton Wonder, Chas. Ross, Lane's Prince Albert, Annie Elizabeth, 10s. dozen, 60s. 100. Maiden Apple, Cox Orange. Newton Wonder, Bramley Seed- ling. Blenheim Orange, very strong on Crab, 6s. dozen, 40s 100. Czar Plums, '3-vear-feathered, 10s. dozen 60s. 100. Currants and Gooseberry Trees. List fi-ee.-AV. Home and Sons. Oliffe, Roch- ester, Kent. d735 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. dJ23 TANYRALLT PONY STUD, Seven Miles from Aberystwyth. ear est Station Llandre, late Llanfihangel. BREEDER of High-class Hackney Ponies and Cobs. A large selection of Young Stock, all ages. and several from 4 to 7-year-old, broken to saddle and harness for immediate sale. All bred from [London and Royal Winners. Inspection invited from intending pur- chasers. (The home of the Cream of England's Pony Bro.)d Mares). Apply to Owner—D. R. THOMAS, Tan- yrallt Pony Stud. Talybont, Cardiganshire. KILL THAT INSECT. TOMMY. SEND vour pils "out ynnder" some tins of HARRISON'S NURSERY POMADE— they'll be very acceptable. When you haven't time to wash there's a big cbanc" htve com pan ion a." "little HARRISON'S POMADE KILLS FVERY INSECT on hair find body. Insist on having HARRISON'S POMA DE. "Tins of Comfort at 4|i and 9d Sold by all Chemists—or by post from H ARRISON. Chemist, Readinsr. Agent for Aberystwyth W- M..Tones, Chemist. 33, Terrace road Dolgelley, R & G. Williams, Chemists, Queen's square. d4 "LLAW Y DIWYD A GYFOETHOGA." T7"NITTTNG MACHINES, only best British-made sold (sample list of some few hundred customers free), lessons jfree. With or without stands* over 42 years experience. Chief depot. 30, Queen. street. Neath. dl07 Black Seif Co'oured Corrugated Shests 5 to 10 feet lonsr 2 feet. 3 inches wide. —izr.State number and size of Sheet required amI we will qnote CARRIAGE PAID. jmwtwomi One Q'lalitv Only— THE BEST. Price lists of Anti Corrosive Oxide of Iron Paints and Superior Jet Black Varnish on Application, CHARLES PERRY AND Co., Midland Works, WOLVERHAMPTON. Tel: "Iron Wolverhampton." Etsd.'over50 years. c766 I SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & KOESRTS —— F.A.I H: ro, —— Agricultural&General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land & Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. OFFICES 28, Terrace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABBHYSTWYTH also at Newt-own and Llanidloes. pi55 I PIElR PAVILION. ABERYSTWYTH. JLTESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS have been favoured w;:th instruction^ from Countess Lisburne and two local Residents to remove to the Pavilion, as above, and Sell by Auction, on MONDAY, DECEMBER. 11th. 1916, at 1-30 j .m., A Quantity of Superior and Useful HOUSEHOLD iURNTTURE AND KF FECTS, Comjprising Well-made Pollard Oak Side- board, Mahogany Reception Room Suites in Cord and Hair Upholstering, 4 Carved High-back Walnut Frame Occasional Chairs in Plush, Costly EJlizabethian Style Carved Oak Sideboard. 4 Solid Mahogany Telescopic and Flixfd. Dining Tables, Bamboo Frame Stove Screen, Glass Panel, Pair Brass Ecclesiastic?! Candelabra, Wal- nut Frame Couch, Arm and Occasional Chairs, Grandfather Clock. 8-day Office Dial, in going order very Fine Tone Cottage Piano (in Wflnut case), Maho- gany Japanned tBookcahe, Pictures. Orna- mental items, Copper, Brass., and Iron Fire Sets Carpets, Bugs, Lino and Oil- cloth, a 38-cal. Winchester Repeating Rifle. Lock-stitch Treadle Sewing Machine, good order, Stationery Rack, Set (part) of Fine old Blue Plates and Dishes, Linen, etc., Electro Plate Pair of Carvers, etc. Bed- room Suites. Pair of Mahogany Toilet Tables, very Finc, .Antique Mahogany Chest of Four Drawert, with Brass Furni- ture. Brass and Iron aud Iron Spring Bed- steads, Spring and Wro! Mattresses and Overlays. Feather Redding, Toilet Sets. Toilet Glasses, Dressing Tables Wash- stands, Chairs Cui-taiiy;, and other Bed- room equipment Kitchen Fenders. Culin- ary Utensils, China, (lass. Pans. Ware, etc. Wringing and Wangling Machine. Copper Kettles, CoT)iair Fountain and numerous effects. Also nearly-new Bassin- ette Baby Carriage with Hood. On view mornilg of sale. Auction Offices 28, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth, and at Newtown and Llanidloes d755 FREEHOLD COTTAGE WITH GOOD GARDES. AT LLANBADARN, ABERYSTWYTH. IVIESSIR,S. COOKE BFOS. & ROBERTS have been favoured ivitl. instructions II to submit to Public Auction, on MONDAY. DECEMBER 18th, 1916, At the Belle Vue Hotel, Marine-parade, AbL-rvstii-yth, at 2-30 in the afternoon, all that well-constructed FREEHOLD COTTAGE with the GARDEN aid Appurtenances thereto belonging, known as PROSPECT COTTAGE, Prospect-ii'lace, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberystwyth. The Building is well constructed, of one storey, and arranged with two rooms and Loft; Closet at rear, and large Garden. The whole having a frontage of 45ft. 6in. and a depth of 54ft\. or there; bout. It is situate within a few yards of the main road and offers an excellent oppor- tunity to small capitalists and others to obtain an excellent and safe investment. The Property is now in hand and posses- sion may be had on completion of nur- chase. Particulars of Sale iiid any other in- formation may be obtained of Messrs. Hatchett-Jones. Biseood. Marshall and Thomas, Solicitors St. Lawenr-o House, 48. Mark-Tane, London F C.; and of the Auctioneers, at their Offices. Old Post Oiffioe Chamber. Aberystwyth, nnd at Newtown and Llanidloes.1 Telephone: 3, Aberystwyth. (1"56 200 HORSES NEXT WEEK THE NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD & SONS will sell on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 200 Powerful Town Mares flnd Geldings, Lurry Horses. Vanners. Cart Colts, Hunters, I Harness Horses, Cohs and Ponies. Sale at 12 o'clock. Catalogues ready. ¡ d758 Mr. JOHN DAVIES, I AUCTIONEER and VALUER. PWLLHELI SMITH FIELD. Christmas Showand Sale. Further Entries for Catalogue will be- received up to December 6th. Prize Schedules on application toi the Auctioneer, Blaenau Festiniog and Pwll- heli. N.B.—Entries already received from some of the best-known feeders in the dis- tricts. Full particulars next- week. d745 MR. JOHN PUGH, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act Undertakes Sales of all kinds of Property Farming Stock, Furniture, &c., upon reasonable terms. Strict attention given to all business and prompt settle- ment guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thurs- days and by appointment on any other day. Offices—Aberystwyth Great Darkgate St. I Barmouth and District. WALTER LLOYD JONES AUCTIONEER and VALUER, SALES of Property, Furniture, and Farm Stock conducted on Moderate Terms and Promptly Cashed. For terms, etc., apply the Auctioneer, King Edward Street, or Mr John 1 Roberts Ripoa House. SALES BY AUCTION jf~ IVIOP.-RIS, ITIARSHALLT- I AND POOLE w' Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers and Arbitrators.* PERIODICAL SALES of STO^f con. ducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caersws, Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaes Road, L'lanfair Caereinion, Llanbadarn, Craven Arms. Ludliow, Church Stretton, Knighton, Towyn. Monthly Horse Sales at Montgomery- shire Repository Welshpool. The mwt careful attention is given to Sales of Agricultural Stock, I Ftpte and House Property, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. c821 MONTGOMER VSFIRE REPOSITORY, WELSHPOOL TO-MORROW SATURDAY, AT 11-30. 100 Horses. Of all Classes, including Valuable Geldings and Mares suitable for town work. Vanners, and Ride and Drive Horses. Catalogues from the Auctioneers. CAVES and J^ £ ORRIS, MARSHALL and POOLE. d759 WELSHPOOL. OFMMAES ROAD STOCK SALE. THURSDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 14th. Fat and Store Cattle, Dairy Cows and Sheep. Further entries solicited. Sale at 11 o'clock. llf ORRIS, \TARSHALL and T300LE lf± Auctioneers d760 CHIRBURY. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, I Estate HonsA, and Insurance Agents, etc, OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14th, 1916. TLTESSRS. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS are favoured with instructions from Mrs. Ankers and others, to Sell by Auction, as above, a Large Collection of i SUPERIOR I House Furnishings I AND OTHER EFFECTS. On View Morning of Sale. Sale at 1.30 p.m. Terms—CASH. d739 GILLART AND SONS, I Auctioaeere. House Fiid Estate Agents Valuers and Purveyors. MA.CHYNLLETH AU "Tioy SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Pro- wrtifS, irrouna Rentf>, Furniture, Firrainp: Stock, and Timber etc. undei-tftken on mo-leratp. i-erins. VALUATIONS made f,.r Estate Duty, Transfer, Mor Kftgpund other purposes. SURVEYS ma leanti P'atis i repared. K^TATES managed and R ~nts OoJlected. P'opfTty owners Ndv'Red iu regard to the Pro- villionnl ValtHrionil of their properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act 1910. Register of houses and lands +o !et an"! for Sale by Private Ticaty, t960 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. CARDIGANSHIRE. "1/FESSR^. GILLART and SONS are in- strutted by Major H. F. Bonsall, J.P., to offer for Sale by Auction, I IN THE SPRING OF 1917. the undermentioned valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES Being some of the outlying portions of the Fronfraith Estate, viz.:— Town of Aberystwyth Dwelling House, No. 15, Little Darkgate I Street. Parish of Llanfihangcl-y-Creuddyn: I Troedrhiwrydys Farm, Small Holdings called Tanyffordd, Caegwyn, and C'ae- glas; Licensed House, Farmer's Arms Inn; the Ground Rents and Reversions of Brynygibdda House and Cnwch Coch House. Shop, and Land. Also Bryny- gibdda Land and five Cottages in and about the Village of Llanfihangol-y- Creuddyn. Further particulars in due course; and in the meantime information may be obtained from Messrs Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth; or1 the Auction- eers, Machynlleth. d761 Bov Scouts' Entertainment SYLVAN PALACE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER., 13th. at 7 p.m. Lady Webley-Parry-Pryse presiding. Tickets: 2s., Is., and 6d. p519 THE OINEMA, ABERYSTWYTH. Manageress. Mrs B. W, Cheetham Nightly at 6-30 and 8-30. MATINEES Mondays and Saturdays at 3. Bookings for Winter Months comprise Drama, Comedy, and Scenic Films of the highest quality. "Just a Girl," The Mill on the Floss," and A Place in the Sun" are amongst our el most recent Bookings. Programmes Changed Mondays & Thursdays. C, Admission (including War Tax). 4d.. 7d,. 10d„ & Is, 2d PUBLICNOTICES. | J. LEVENSON, | HIGH-CLASS TOBACCONIST, j ABERYSTWYTH, X>E!GS TO INFORM his numerous cus- -■ tomers that he will RE-OPE1N his Well-known HAIRDRESSING SALOON on Tuesday next, the 12th inst., and to continue under new management d7S4 Re JOHN THOMAS, GREAT DARK- GATE STREET, ARJ IRYSTW 1 ui, J EWiiLLEIl (Deceased) A LL PERSONS having any claims J- against the Estate of the above, who died on tiie 26th day of November, 1916, are requested immediately to send same, w:th full particulars, to me the under- signed, Solicitor to the Executors. W. P. OWEN, 3, Baker-street. d749 A beryst wy th. THOMAS OWEN, DECEASED. T>ERSONS claiming to be heirs at law, or next of kin of Thomas Owen, late of 31, Albert-street, Shrewsbury. Retired Inland Revenue Officer, are requested to send full particulars of their claim to me forthwith. Deceased's family was long resident in, or connected with, the Mallwyd and Dinas Mawddwy (Merionethshire) district Dated the 4th December, 1916. G. H. MORGAN. Shrewsbury, d752 Solicitor to the Administrator. SUBSTITUTION OF LABOUR. WANTED. LABOUR ON LAND. ]t/f"EN beyond military age and women f -■-willing to work on land are invited to register themselves at nearest Labour Exchange. The following are the Employ- ment Exchanges and Local Agencies in C'-ardigansbire:- Aberayron—D. Jones, Post Office. Aberystwyth—Mrs. Morgan, 9, Baker- street. Cardigan—D M Jones, Town Clerk's Office. -vn. Lampeter—D. T. Jones, Rhoslwyn. Llandyssul—E. Lewis. Gomerian Press. Newcastle Emlyn—W. J. Thomas, Adpar House. New Quay—E. Evans, 4, White-street. Tregaron-J. Lloyd, Pant. Recruiting Office, j Aberystwyth, 29th November, 1916: d740 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN Police Factories (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1916 Regulations made by the Police Authority with regard to Street Collections. BY VIRTUE of the powers conferred j upon them by the Police E actories, etc. (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act, 1916, the Standing Joint Committee for the County of Cardigan (hereinafter called the Police'Authority) hereby make the follow-j ing regulations with respect to the condi- tions under which the persons may be permitted in any street or public place within the County of Cardigan to collect money or sell articles for the benefit ot charitable or other purposes. 1. No collection of. money .(other than a collection taken at an open-air meeting) or sale of any article shall be made in any street or public place within the County of Cardigan, unless the person, society, com- mittee, or other body of persons respon- sible for such collection or sale shal] have obtained from the Poline Authority a permit for such collection or sale. I 2. Application for a permit shall be made in writing not later than seven days before the date on which it is proposed to make the collection or sale. 3. No collection or sale shall be made except upon the day and between the hours stated in the permit 4. The Police Authority may in grant- ing a permit limit a collection or sale to sudh streets, cy public places, or such parts thereof as they may think fit. 5. No person may assist or take part in any collection or sale without the written authority of the person or body of persons to whom a permit has been granted. Every person so authorised shall produce such written authority forthwith for in- spection by any rolice Officer on demand. 6. No person under tiie age of sixteen years shall act or be permitted to act as a Collector or Vendor. N.B.itie foregoing Regulations shall not apply to the selling of articles in any street or public place wiien the articles are sold in the ordinary course of trade 'and for the purpose of taming a livelihood and no representation is made by or on behalf of the seller that any part of the proceeds of sale will be devoted to any charitable purposes Any person who acts in contravention of any of the foregoing Regulations will be liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding forty shillings or in the case of a second or subsequent offence not exceeding five pounds. Adopted at a meeting held this 6th day of November. 1916 MORRIS DA VIES, Chairman of the Standing Joint Committee for the County of Cardigan. I hereby confirm these regulations and direct that the same shffll be published by advertisement at least once in two news- papers circulating in the County of Cardi- gan and by notices posted in conspicuous places m the said County for at least one week, the full text of the said regulations being set out in each of such advertise- ments and notices and that the said regu- lations shall come into operation im- mediately after such publication. HERBERT SAM EEL, One of His Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State. Whitehall. 28th November. 1916. d748 MR. JOHN ROBERTS, N.D.A., F.S.I., MAESTEGFRYN (LATE PERFEDDNANT) TOWYN, BEGS to inform the public tlmt he has held no business connection as partner with Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts, Auctioneers .and Valuers, for the last 5 years. He wishes to notify Agriculturists and others that he now carries on his old business of CHARTERED & GENERAL SURVEYOR, AGRICULTURAL VALUER AND ADVISER At the above Address, and also at ABERYSTWYTH. DOLGELLEY AND PWLLHELI, dZ39 PUtSUC NOTICES. WILLIAM JONES, MlAFO. ABER DOVEY, RETIRED MERCHANT, Deceased TDURSUANT to the Statute 22 and 23 1 Viet. C. 35, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVES that all Creditors and other per- sons having any debts, claims, or demands against the Estate of William Jones, late of Minafon, Aberdovey, in th? County of Merioneth, Retired Merchant (who died on the 28th day of November 1915, and whose will was proved by John Maethlon James, Draper. and Hugh Meredith Roberts, Solicitor, the Executors therein named in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice, on the 9th day of February, 1916) are hereby required to send particulars in writing of their debts claims or demands to me. the undersigned, as Solicitor to the said Executors on or 'before the 21st day of December, 1916, nfter which day the saxl Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said Testator among the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the debts, claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice. And that they will not be liable for the assets or any part so distributed to any person or persons of whose debt claim or demand they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 29th dav of November 1916. II. MEREDITH ROBERTS, Machynlleth, d746 Solicitor to the said Executors. CARDIGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. TO ROADMEN AND OTHERS. A T THE REQUEST of the War Office, the Road Board have decided to form a proper Road Organization of skilled and experienced workmen to con- struct and maintain roads in France for use by British Forces, and are now appeal- ing to Road Authorities to assist the Board in securing- the largest possible number of workmen who are reasonably fit for the work, and nor exceeding 50 vears1 of age The men will be tiaid three shillings per day in addition to Armv Rations, and their Families at homo will receive the usual Separation Allowances. The men will he enlisted for the period of w?or only, and arrangements have boen made to keep the men from particular dis- tricts together. as far as possible. The Main Roads Committees of the Ccuntv Council are annealing to their Roadmen who are eligible for the work to respond to the appeal, as it is obvious that the lives of the men who are fighting for us at the Front depend to a great extent unon the proper upkeep of the reads in France. Person* outside the employment of the County Council who are inclined to offer their serv ces are requested to communi- cate not later than the 28th instant, either with Mr. T. E Owen, County Sur- veyor. High-street, Aborvstwvth; Mr. David Da vies Cnunty Surveyor, Brvn- hyfryd. Feliniach, S.O., or with the undersigned Dated this 6th dav of December, 1916 EVAN EVANS. Clerk of the Council. County Council Offices. Aberystwyth. <3762 PUBLISHED"^ P7Y OR1)E^O1^HE~" MILITARY AUTHORITIES CARDIGAN- SHIRE DISTRICT. The Re rutting Officer, Drill Hall, Aber- ystwyth, asks for information regarding the following men, as to whether they (a) have joined the Army; (b) are excepted from the provisions of the Military S*ervice Acts, 1916; (c) are in possession of a definite certi- cate or badge exempting them from liability for Military Service; (d) are. in a reserved occupation; (e) have moved to another district; &c., &c. The above information is required to complete records in Recruiting Offices and any communication will be treated in strict confidence. Group or Name. Last known Address. Age. Class. William Phillips, Carrog farm, Llanddemiol, Cards. CISI)53 Thomas William Johnson, Crosswood Park, Aberyst- wyth C8/158 Robert Jones, Blaenant, Newcastle Fmlyn C8/60 William Meu-aife, Bronwion, I Beulah. Cards. C2Oi38 Albert Webb, Cwmcynon, Llwyndafydd, Cards. Cl/217 Frederick MacGlorv, Lion Rcyai Hotel, Aberystwyth Cl/162 Enoch Roberts, Arthur's- eourt. Cardigan C21/59 William Williams. 28, St. Mary-strect, Cardigan C'19/65 Morgan Davidson, Pencnwc, Celi'an. Lampeter C17/9 John David Thomas, 2, Bee- hive-terrace, Trefeclian, Aberystwyth C.A./138 James Smith. Arthur's-court, Strand, Cardigan C17/69 Chnrlcs A. Parrett. Olmarch Issa, Llangybi, Cards. C. A. 170 John Fitzgerald. Cwrt Farm, Cwrtnewydd. Cards. G 17/26 James Lowe, Crugywheel, Llanybyther, Cards. C14/103 W. C Withers, Rhosygadair- fach, Blaenanerch. Cards. C22/56 Evan Parry, Ffynonlefritli Farm. Cross Tnn. Cards. C20/76 B. E. Woodbridge Ffvnon- wen, Hcnllan. Cards. C.A./438 J. C. Jenkins. 34. Queen-street, Abervstwyth C15/95 David Thomas Jones, c/o G.P.O. i St. Dogmell's, Cards. C4/149 Recruiting Officer, Abervstwvth, 7/11/1916. POSTAL TUITION. ~\7 OUXG MEN, ajred 1G to 25 years, wanted JL tc take up oourses on the following subjects :— Mining, Telephony (ordinary and advanced), Telegraphy. Inland (ordinary and advanced), Telegraphy. Inland (ordinary and advanced), Wireless Telegraphy (ordinary and Adnlnced)- Submarine Cable Working and Testing, Elementary Electrical Engineering, Engireer, ing Mathematics. j Write frr rof j eetus and terms to I Secretary, i W. A., 32 Dept., Shaws College, 55, Alexandra Road, Shaws College, 55, Alexandra Road, Longpcrt, Staffs d673