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PKEPAJD SCALE, Houses to Let. Houses Wanted, Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted, Articles Lost and Found. No. of One Three Six Nina Word* Insert.ou Insertions Insertions Insertions s. d. a. d. s. d. s. d. 21 10 20 36 46 28 16 30 46 56 35 20 40 5 6 66 42 26 50 66 76 49 30 60 76 86 N.B.-If Box Number given 3d. extra chareed for postage of replies. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. List-of wreaths intfuneral reports, 2d. a line. In all cases the charges are for cash with order. If not prepaid an extra charge of 15. is made. ° INOTICE. a Th e greatest care is taken to insert advertiseinents on the date and in the position ordered as well as to secure their being correctly printed, but the Proprietors cannot be responsible for inaccuracies in either of these respects. or for any consequences arising therefrom. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt insertion of all advertisements and accurate delivery to advertisers of replies to their advertisements, but the Proprietors do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in any specified week, or at all. and will not be liable for I any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any; specified week. or at all, from any .cause whatever. K £ fl I Ad vertisements and replies are accepted only subject to I the above conditions, SHHJATIOHS VACANT. ATTENDANT NURSES.—Respectable single JnL women required, of fair education and good height; previous experience unnecessary. Salary commences at £ 25, rising after satisfac- tory service by annual increments of £ 2 to £ 35, and on promotion to E50 per annum, with board, lodging, washing and uniform.—Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester. pl92 UTCf-TERS.-Wanted Good Slaughterman, Jt* able to assist in shop; also improver (about 16), able to drive.—Apply, R. Edmund- Jones, Butcher, Bangor. p298 UTCHERS.-Wanted, immediately, smart Salesman (not eligible for army), must be capable of taking charge of department; no killing.—State experience, age and wage re- quired, Co-operative Society, Taibach, Port Talbot. p259 AR'l'ERS.-Two wanted for Coal Trade for Walsall, Staffordshire; must be ineligible. Wages, 35s. weekly.—For particulars, address, "Wilkes, Bryngelli, Barmouth. p299 CENTRAL RESTAURANT, Penlan- stroet. Pwllbeli. -Ladies requiring superior maids, every capacity, should call or write to Mrs. R. A Jones, who has re- cently opened a registry office at the above address. p207 DAIRy.-Wanted, young lady to assist in Dairy and house; nice home, easy work, good wages.—Apply, at once, Richards, 26, the Pavement. Ladywell, London, S.E. 13 318 DRIVER wanted for 8-h.p. Fowler Road Loco., hauling Pitwood; give references, ex- periences, and wages required.—Lewis, 5, Cowell-street, Llanelly. p265 GARDENER wanted, one other kept; good G character essential; excellent house if married.-Captaln Lewes, Abermaide, Llanfar- ian, Aberystwyth. p323 HOUSEMAID wanted (cook is from -*—- Aberystwyth).—Apply, Mrs. White, 25, Chartfield-avenue, Putnev, London, S.W. 15 Johnson, Timber Merchant, Caersws. p327 WANTED, at once, a good Wheelwright. Good wages to competent man.—W. WANTED, Strong Lad, 16-17, to work under gardener.—Apply, Mrs. Lindsay, Ystrad- mynach, Glamorgan p300 WANTED, man for general farm work, no milking; ineligible; Rhondda. Also few tons sound potatoes.—Particulars first letter, Box 127, Cambrian News" Office, Aberyst- wyth. p257 WANTED, General for Machynlleth; wages, £ 12 to £ 15, according to experience.— Write to Box 131, "Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth. p279 WANTED, Good Plain Cook; two other maids kept; two in family—Apply, Mrs. Jenkins, Bodweuni, Llandderfel, Corwen. p333 WANTED, in Solicitor's Office, Aberystwyth, junior clerk (male or female), shorthand and typewriting.—Apply, stating age, salary, and experience (if any), Box 133, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p304 ANTED.-Strong girl as third laundry maid, with experience, 21st May.—Apply, "Housekeeper, Amroth Castle, Stepaside, Pern. SITUATIONS WANTED. CEMETERY WORK.—Town or country monu- c ments, headstones in granite, slate, or marble cleaned, old inscription re-painted or gilded; new inscription cut. Moderate charges. —Wm. Jones, 6, Gogerddan Cottages, Aberyst- wyth. p218 TO BE LET OR SOLD. mO LET, Upper Mill, Llwvngwril. In good A working order. Immediate possession.— Williams, Pentrebach, Llwyngwril. p320 TO LET, immediate possession, a field adjoining main road at Penparke.—For particulars, apply to Llewelyn Jones, Estate Office, Nonteos, Aberystwyth. p319 TO LET, from 12th May, Y Bwthyn, North- parade, Aberystwyth. All modern con- veniences; electric light; suit small family.- Apply, above address. p263 TO' LET, 12th May, 2, Buarth-road.—Apply, Jones. 7, Bridge-street, Aberystwyth. p235 TO LET, from May 12th, Somerset House, Bath-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, Wilkin- son, 8, North Parade. el07 TO LET, furnished or unfurnished, Homelea, Dinas-terrace, containing large dining room, drawing and sitting room, 5 bedrooms, bath, etc.: garden and conservatory .-At)ply, Homelea, Dinas-terrace, Aberystwyth. p293 TO BE LET, Maescamlan Farm and Sheep- walk, Mallwyd immediate possession can he had.—For particulars, apply Mr. Bullock, Dinas Mawddwv. p283 T OWYN.-TO be let or sold, Prospect House, situate in High-street; contains 2 sitting rooms, 6 bedrooms, kitchen, etc.—Apply to W. Clarke Roberts. 2. Church-street. p302 To LET.-27. Snowdon-street, Portrnadoc. JL immediate possession.—Apply, Mr. F. J n e, Timber Merchant, Portmadoc. e!78 TO BE LET, Dinas House, Penparke, with large Garden, Stable, and Coach-house, within one mile Aberystwyth.—Apply, Lisburne Arms, Aberystwyth. p308 TO BE LET, Graig-goch, facing sea, with good garden.—Ar»plv to Mr. J. Lewis Evans, Architect, Aberystwyth. p330 TO BE LET, pretty little house (7 rooms and usual offices, with about 2 acres of grass land and garden suitable for poultry, vegetables, etc. House has modern conveniences: unfail- ing water supply.—Kenyon, Llwynon, Ma"t,n- Ileth. p315 j TO BE LET OR 80LD. a BEttYSrWYTH.—lo be Leu fioni the 12ih May next, the commodious and well-fitted premist-s known a? the Auction well-fitted premist-s known as the Auction Mart," situate in North Parade. Suitable for any business.—Apply, Daniel J. Rees and Evans, 4. Baker street. Aberystwyth. el38 ABERYSTWYTH.—To be let, immediately, several good stables, coach-houses, and dry warehouses, at the Old Ropewalk. Moderate Rents.—Apply to Daniel I. Rees and Evans, Estate Agents, etc., 4, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH.—To be let or sold, that A Desirable Freehold Villa Residence, situate and known as Gwvlfa, Bryn-road. Most pleasant situation, close to sea and golf; posses- sion May 12th next.—Apply to Daniel I. Rees and Evans, House Agents, 4, Baker-street, Aber- ystwyth. el42 A BERYSTWYTH.—To Let, with imme- diate possession, 33, Bridge-street. Bath (h. and c.).—Apply, Captain Jones, at 15, Terrace-road Aberystwyth. d738 T> ARMOUTH.—To let or sold, from May 12th next. Pembroke House and Tudor House, conveniently and pleasantly situ- ated. Rental, JB30 per annum.—Apply, Rhys Jones. Glanymor. d596 T>OW STREET.—To let, Preswylfa, with large J-* garden, £ 5 10s. Od. per annum.—Applv, Morgan, Smithy, Talybont, Cardiganshire. p309 CAERLEON HOUSE, Victoria-terrace, Aber- C ystwyth, to let, with immediate posses- sion. Four large reception rooms, eighteen bed- rooms, two bath rooms. Excellent position, facing sea.—Apply, Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Terrace-road. p335 OLGELLEY.-House to let, furnished or unfurnished, long or short period, 3 reception, 8 bedrooms, usual offices. Half a mile from Dolgelley; in own grounds; elevated position.—Roberts, Clogwyn. p326 FOR SALE.—In Coast Resort, Old-Established Grocery, Bakery Business; modern prem- ises, cottage, stabling, patent oven; satisfactory reason for disposal.—Box 135, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p317 HOUSE (with Garden) to let, No. 54, Port- land-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, Mrs. Penrv, 11, Bath-street, Aberystwyth. e203 HOUSE TO LET, 31, Portland-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, "Box II C," I "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. TXOUSES TO LET, with immediate possession — No. 41, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. No. 17, Queen's-terrace, Aborystxyth. 11. Cnr-pnrntion-street A hervt r ,.th 30, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth.— Double-fronted house, good back premises and garden. d80O A Furnished House with Garden and Motor House in Aberystwyth; for a few weeks or months. No. 46, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. 7, Corporation-street. Warehouse in Queen-street. Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. d619 OLD-ESTABLISHED Drapery and Grocery Business to let at small seaside town, North Wales; owner wishing to retire.—Box 134, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p305 OTAFFOHD House, 54, Marine Terrace, O facing sea, to let May 12th. 4 reception rooms, bath, h. & c., electric light. Good garden. Usual and commodious domestic offices.-Apply, Miss Lear, 3, Laura Place, Aberystwyth. pl54 TO LET, May 12th, Thornton, Llanbadarn, 7-roomed house; rent, £ 14.—Apply, Rowlands, Eirianfan, Coedpoeth, Wrexham. p246 TO LET, 21, Queen's-road, unfurnished, 3 sitting rooms, 6 bedrooms, garden.—■ Apply, Miss Ede, Salop House, Queen's-road. Aberystwyth. p325 rjpo LET, 12th May, Hendre Villa, Pen- glaise-road.—Apply, 22, North- parade, Aberystwyth. d73 TO BE LET, OR SOLD, No. 55, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth. Rent and price moderate; good garden; immediate possession. —Sinnett, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. p324 rpo LETs 9, Cae'rgog-terrace; 2 recep- tion, 6 bedrooms, electric light, kitchen, wash-house, bath; rent L27 per annum for three years tenancy; early possession.—Apply 4, Custom House-street, Aber- ystwyth. pl24 TO LET (or for Sale), 41, Portland-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, 1, Lisburne-terrace. rpo BE LET OR SOLI), six-roomed house in the country, with or without land; plentiful supply of water; suitable for poultry keeping.—Box 118. "Cambrian News'' Office, Aberystwyth. pl94 Toll"YN .-To let, 12th May, Urigydon, situate in High-street, in excellent condition. — Apply, John Lloyd, Solicitor, Towyn. p202 TO LET, Lock-up Shop, May 12th, at 64, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply at above address. p288 TO BE SOLD, Rhondda, North-road, Aberyst- wyth. Weil-built Freehold Residence, modern conveniences.—Messrs. Smith and Davies, Solicitors; or above address. p289 TO LET, with immediate possession, 76, Cam- brian-street, 9-roomed house; modern con- veniences; bath (h. and c.); rent, £ 15.—Apply, Miss Felix, Fruiterer, 45, Cambrian-street. p295 rpO LET.—Small Furnished House in Pen- parke good garden.—Apply, by letter, to Mrs. Reynolds, Penparke, Aberystwyth. p296 TOWYN, Merioneth.—To let, from 12th May, Madoc House, High-street.—Apply, D. Phillips Jones, Pendre, Machynlleth. p307 VILLA TO LET, 10 Rooms and Garden; one mile from Aberystwyth; south aspect; rent moderate.—Richards, Pwllhoby House, Llan- badarn, Aberystwyth. p226 TO BE SOLD. EDLESTON HOUSE, QUEEN S -1 ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH.-This is a weill-built, convenient and desirable resi- dence, It contains 3 Reception Rooms, Study, Waiting Room, Surgery, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, 5 Bed- rooms, and Large Attic, together with Verandah facing Queen's-road'; motor house.—Apply to John Pugh, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth and Machynlleth. e86 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. ETWEEN BARMOUTH and TOWYN, fur- nished house to be let, 2 Entertaining, 3 Bedrooms, Electric Light, Indoor Sanitation: near Station.—Box 136, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p334 HF10 LET, Sitting Room and Bedroom; facing sea. Modern conveniences; attendance, terms moderate.—Apply, Box 130, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p273 nPO LET, permanent, Front Dining Room, with one or two bedrooms.—Apply, Mrs. Harry Lloyd, Orlandon, North-parade, ALciyst- wyth. -274 NFURNISHED.-Two or three rooms to u let; near Sea and Castle: quiet house: i terms moderate.—Apply, Box 129, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p267 WANTED, by lady, one good-sized unfur- tt nished room.—Apply. Box 128, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p261 WANTED, by August, six or eight-roomed house, garden, some land; within easy dis- tance Aberystwyth or neighbouring station.— Box 132, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth, p287 WANTED to purchase, Pianos, must be in » good condition and cheap for cash.- Address, Pianos, Cambrian News" Office, Ahervstwvth. el73 \\T ANTED, Healthy Young Nanny Goat.— » Miss Osmond WTilliams, Penrhyndeu- draeth. p*328 draeth. p328 MteCtLLANfcUUS WkiN i tU. ABSVLUThLi VR MUNITIONS.—Author- ized oiiiciai buyer; also purchaser Lead (Brass, yd. per llJ.), Heavy Machinery, Steel and Good Wrought. Iron, 95s. ton, buyer old Portables, Boilers, Mortar Pans, Electric Battery Plates, Tailors' Clips, Rags, Paper, Rope, Bagging, Rancid Butter, Margarine, Damp Sugars, Pianos, and Feathers. Motor Tyres, 20s. cwt.—Thos. Horton, Merthyr. DAVID WILLIAMS, st. James's-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, lemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvass, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 7V"11JW LAID EGGS wanted. Any quantities. Best prices given.-lt. Gunner, 28, Oowcross-street, London, E. C. p114 McILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Coper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvass, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 WANTED, offers of Pitwood cut from Larch, Scotch Fir, Spruce, or Oak, in 6i and 9 feet lengths.—Apply C Tennant, Sons, 2 and Co., Limited, Cardiff. p322 WANTED, Prime Clover and Meadow Hay, delivered Aberystwyth.—Apply Hartley's Grain Stores, Queen-street, Aberystwyth. el47 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE.-3 Planing Machines, 7 Sawing -t' Tables, 12 Trolleys, and other quarry requisites.—A. W. Vigars, Aberystwyth. p332 FOR SALE.—1915 Pattern Wolf-Jap 4 li.p. 3- speed Motor Cycle; will sell cheap, owner joining army.—Moses E. Jones, Butcher, Pen- rhyndeudraeth. p277 FOR SALE.—Donkey or Pony Carriage, Rubber tyres; good condition. Suit elderly person or invalid; cheap.—Apply, Evan Pugii, Meon Cottage, Barmouth. p278 FOR SALE.—Pillar Drilling Machine, i8 10s; Bench Drilling Machine, strong, £ 6 10s.; 1 Staple Vice, 18s.; Champion Blower, second- hand, B5. One Morticing Machine, JE5. Quan- tity of Horse Shoes; three Wicket Gates, com- plete.—E. Evans, A.F.C.L., Rhydypolon, Gors- einon. p274 IHOR SALE.—Strong new oak barrow; | JLI also ladders and hand trucks.—Apply Edwards Bros., Trefechan, Aberystwyth. FOR SALE, Strong Spring Cart with Awning -t- and Brake; good condition, very service- able. Also Ice Cream Handcart; awning special design, at reasonable price.—Apply, John Morgan, Greengrocer, Dolgelley. HENS lay and pay on Karswood Spice con- taining ground insects. 2d., 6d., Is.— Lewis and Co., Grocers, Porthgwyn Stores, Towyn. p310 HEALO.—If you have a Bad Leg, Eczema, Old Sores, Wounds, Ringworm, Cuts, Burns, Scurf, or any skin affection, send to Maurice Smith and Co., Kidderminster, for a free sample of HEALO Ointment. Try rt, you need not send for a large box. A Shifnal lady says it is worth E5 a box. HEALO allays all irritation, reduces inflammation, prevents fes- tering, soothes and heals all bad legs. Don't say your case is hopeless without trying HEALO. Boxes, Is. 3d. and 3s.—Local Agent: B. Taylor Llovd, Pharmacist, Abervstwvth. NICE CHESTNUT MARE, thick set horse, warranted, gent's saddle and bridle: also ladies; perfect condition.—Prince of Wales Hotel. Church-street, Beaumaris. p262 SMART, LIGHT VICTORIA; builder, Perry, Cardiff. Trimmed Morocco, rubber-tyred, elaborate lamps. All complete, accept £ 18.— Johnson, Undertaker, Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent. p238 REY HAIR permanently and speedily re- *T stored 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 bene ficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair In bottles, price Is. 6d. (postage, 3d. extra). Manufacturers, G. W. Harrison, Hair Special- ist. Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aber- vstwvth. dll7 MOTOR CYCLE FOR F^ALE.—B.S.A., 32l h.p., free engine, nt ,v tyres, fitted with new tools and accessories, just thoroughly over- hauled. Condition as new. Inspection in- vited.—Jonathan, Criccieth. p284 POULTRY KEEPERS should write to Joseph -t- Thorley, Limited, King's Cross, London, who are the manufacturers of Ovum, Thorley's Poultry Spice, for Thorley's Poultry Keepers Account Book, also book giving useful hints to Poultry Keepers. Both sen* free. d783 1>ULLETS, March hatch, laying, 3s. 6d. each, 40s. dozen; six and cock, 24s., list free.— Hummell, Stratford, Essex. p85 RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's Reli- able" Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, 6d., 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, Aberystwyth. "rpo LET" notices, apartment cards, window bills of all kinds, an stock printings.—"Cambrian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. TIMBER FOR SALE on Brynfelin Land, Beddgelert. About 10 acres of Timber, containing Beech, Oak, and Scotch; over a 1,000 trees. To view apply to William Jones, Bryn- felin Farm; for terms to I. G. Jones, 6, Salem- terrace, Pwllheli, North Wales. p316 PIG KEEPERS WHO WISH THEIR PIGS To PA Y should use as a Condiment Thor- ley's Food for Cattle; keep Pigs thrifty. Sold in cases containing 36 packets five shillings, by Agents in all parts. d783 pATRIOTIC MEMORIAL CARDS.—We — have a large selection of altogether new designs at best prices. These are really high-class designs only just issued. —"Cumbrian News" Stores Abervstwvth. YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT' OVUM, Thorley's Poultry Spice, is different to any other Poultry Spice and contains all that is necessary for keeping poultry healthy and pro- ducing abundance of eggs. Sold in cases con- taining 72 packets, 6s. Cartons (two sizes), Is. ld. and sixpence each, by Agents in all parts. d783 "D UBBER STAMPS for all purposes. Date stamps signatures. All shapes, diamond, oval, etc. Sunday School card stamps. etc. Lowest possible prices.— "Cambrian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. 1 "^ew Gramophone Records.— -L £ J" Send for our special list, free.-—Crane and Sons, Limited, Bangor. p258 ■J CHICKS, hatched in June, laid 1,455 -L\i eo-?s bv 7th May. through having Kars- wood Chick-rearing Meal (Sussex Ground), 3Mb. bag lid., and Karswood Chicken Powder, containing ground insects, 2d., 6d., Is. packets. Wynne and Sons, 7. Pier-street, Aberystwyth. p254 NEW NAMES ACT.—Buv a Rubber Stamp and use your usual stationery. Catalogue and samples on receipt of post card.—" Cumbrian News," Abervstwyfrh. KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY. END YOUR PALS out "yonder" some tins of HARRISON'S NURSERY POMADE- they'll be very acceptable. When you haven't time to wash there a big chance you'll have "companions." A little HARRISON'S POMADE KILLS EVERY INSECT on hair and bodv. Insist on having HARRISON'S POMADE. "Tins of Comfort" at 4!d. and 9d. Sold bv all Chemists-or by post froui HARRISON. Chemist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. M. Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road; Dolgelley, R. and G Williams, Chemists, Queen's-square. <34 j MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. ON SALE, Second-hand Harvest Waggon, Second-hand Ralli Cart, several Farm Im- plements; all good as new.-Jones, Wheel- wright, Llanwrin, Machynlleth. p291 PIGS ARE OFTEN TROUBLED WITH -L WORMS; Thorley's Worm Powders will clear same. Sold in Cartons containing 6 powders, 5d., by -agents in all parts, or by post 12 powders, Is. Id.; 96 powders, 6s. 6d., on receipt of remittance by Joseph Thorley, Ltd., King's Cross, London, N. d703 HORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing, from record Cheshire Milkers, by pedigree bulls. Quotations to any station; no fancy prices.— Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. p702 8ALES BY AUCTION. ——. PEN Y-B WLCH FARM, RHYDYFELIN, 2 Miles fioni Aberystwyth; 1. 1 miles from Llanrhv«yd Road Station. IMPORTANT SALE OF CATTLE, HORSES, SHEEP, PIGS, IMPLEMENTS, Etc. MR. EVAN R. LLOYD (in conjunction with Mr E. Evans;, has been instructed by Mr. John Jones, who is retiring from farming, to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, on THURSDAY, the lUth DAY OF MAY, 1917, the following Live Stock, Implements, ETC. 42 HEAD OF CATTLE.—8 Young Shorthorn Milch Cows, in full profit, 2 of which have calved i in March and 2 in April; 4 are due to calve about time of Scle; 9 Strong Two-year-o, Heifers and Steers; 16 Cross-bred Yearling Heifers and Steers; 8 Cross-bred Heifers and Steer Calves; 1 Pure-bred Yearling Shorthorn Bull. 4 HORSES.—1 Beautiful Bay Cart Horse, 4 years old, 16 li.h., by Cefncoch Horse," quiet in all gears and traffic; 1 very promising Two- year-old Gelding, by Pengraig Horse," has plenty of bone and fine feather; 1 Excellent Black Shire Filly, one-year-old, by Cefncoch Horse; 1 Cob, three years old 14 li.h., quiet to ride and drive. 30 Cross-bred BREEDING EWES and LAMBS. 2 SOWS (in farrow), 1 Barren Sow. 15 Couples of FOWLS. About 16 TONS OF STRAW. IMPLEMENTS, Etc.—Scotch Cart, Double- furrow Plough, 2 Scotch Ploughs, Diamond Harrow Moulder, Scuffler, Horse Seed Drill, Horse Gear for Chaffing and Churning, Pulper, American Rake, Scales and Weights, Cheese press, Ovens, Pans, 2 Boilers (75 and 25 gallons respectively), 24 Gates (equal to new), 1 Tons of Barb and Plain Wire, etc. PART OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Credit on Conditions. Luncheon at 1 p.m. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. sharp. The Auctioneer begs to draw the attention of the public to the above Sale, as all the Stock are young and of good quality. Noddfa, Llangybi, and Auctioneers' Offices, Lampeter and Tregaron, April 19th, 1917. el76 Mr. John Davies, AUCTIONEER and VALUER, BLAENAU FESTINIOG and PWLLHELI. No. 3, Osmond Terrace, Penrhyndeudraeth. Sale of TIMBER, TILES, BRICKS. WOODEN SHED (21ft. by 16ft.), JOINER'S TOOLS, Etc., NEXT SATURDAY, MAY 5th, 1917, (Property of t; Jate Mr Richard Morris Lewis). Sale at 1-30 p.m. el96 PWLLHELI SMITHFIELD. SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY, MAY 9tli, of Cattle, Fat Sheep, and Lambs. Sale at 1 p.m. el97 I VICTORIA HOTEL YARD, LLANBEDR. SALE NEXT THURSDAY, MAY 10th, of Cattle, Fat Sheep, and Lambs. COUPLES, Etc. Sale at 1 p.m. PUBLIC NOTICES. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. EXAMINATION FOR FREE PLACES, 1917. THE SCHOOL GOVERNORS offer twenty Free Places at this School to children not exceeding thirteen years of age at the date of the Examination who are and who have been for the last three years pupils in some Public Elementary School. These Free Places will be awarded in approximately equal numbers between boys and girls. The successful candidates will enter the School in September next. The Examination will be held at this School on Saturday, June 9th, 1917, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Forms of entry may be had on application to me and should be returned, duly filled up and signed, so as to reach me not later than Satur- day, May 26th, 1917. JOHN EVANTS, ClerK. Town Hall, Aberystwyth, 30th April, 1917. el95 E. R. Davies, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE and ESTATE AGENT. Auction Rooms, rear of the Mart, 28, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. Property, Farm- ing Stock, and Timber Sales undertaken; Furniture Warehoused, Bought Privately, or Sold by Auction. Office hours daily 11 to 3. Llanrhystyd 10-30 (Wednesdays), Llanon, 11-30, Aberayron (Crown), 1 p.m. Glanarian, Llan- farian. GILLART AND SONS, A notioneers, House aad Estate Agents Valuers and Rnireyors. MACHYNLLETH AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Pro- perties, Ground Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber, etc.. nnriertnken on rncierafe terms, VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Transfer Mortgage and other purposes. SURVEYS made and Plans repared, ESTATES managed and Rsnta Collected. Property owners advised in regard to the Pro- visional Valuations of their properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Regis ter of houses and lands to let for Sale and by Private Treaty t9f\O 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 promptly cashed. For terms, etc., apply the Auctioneer, King Edward-street, or Mr. John Roberts, Ripon House. SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS F.A.I Stc. Agricultural & General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land & E&taie Agents, t and Fire Assessors. OFFICES .— 28, Ten-ace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABEBYSTWYTH also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pi55 PIER PAVILION, ABERYSTWYTH. On MONDAY, MAY 7th, 1917. "jY/W"ESSRS. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS n vw. fa7OUoe^ Yith instructions from Mrs. Gimblette Sell by Auction, as aboye, the whole of the Valuable House Furnishings Of Stafford House, Marine-terrace (removed for convenience of Sale), comprising the Contents of Entrance and Inner Halls, 3 Reception Rooms, 10 Bedrooms, and Domestic Offices. Including Hall Furniture in Carved Oak, viz. Carved Black Oak Hat and Umbrella Stand, 4ft 3in., Oak Seat with- Back and Arms, Oak Table with Drawer, Light Oak Hat and Um- brella Stand, 2 Oak Hall Chairs, Oak Dresser and Shelves, Oak Double Corner Cupboard, etc., etc. The Reception Room Furniture include Well- Upholstered Suites in Tapestry, Saddlebags, and Plushette, Mahogany and Walnut Telescope Dining Tables, Mahogany Dinner Waggons. Card and Writing Tables, a Well-fitted Maho- gany Sideboard, 6ft., Cheffoniers, Occasional Chairs, Chesterfield and other Couches. Inlaid Rosewood China Cabinet, Walnut China Cabinet, Overmantels and Mirrors, Valuable Upright Pianoforte by Allison, in Chippendale and Mahogany Case (in first-class condition). Music Stool, Pictures, Decorative China, Window Draperies, Curbs, Sets of Brasses, Coal Vases and Cabinets. E.P. Goods md Cutlery, Turkey, Axminster, and Brussels Carpets, Linoleum, Rugs, etc., etc. The contents of China Pantry include Dinner, Tea. and Breakfast W ,h, p4C. The Appointments of 10 Bedrooms comprise Iron and Brass. Oak. anr] other pMeads, Woven Wire and Chain Mattresses. Hair and Wool Overlays, Down Feather Beds, Linen, Blankets, and Counterpanes. Oak, Mahoganv. and Satin W alnut Suites. Mahogany Hanging Wardrobe (6 feet), Mahogany Ducbesse and other Toilet Tables, Chests of Drawers, Toilet Glasses. Sets of Toilet Ware, Commode. Chairs, and Pedestals. Cane-seated and other Chairs, Baths, Linen Cupboards, etc., etc. The contents of China Patnrv include Dinner, in? Kitchen Dressers and Shelves. Cunboards. Tables. Chairs. Gas Cooking Stove, Washing Machine, with Manele, and a Large Collection of Kitchen Requisites. j Sale to commence punctually at 12-30 with the Contents of the Domestic Offices. On view morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. Auctioneers' Offices: Terrace-road, Abervstwvth e205 PIER PAVILION, ABERYSTWYTH. ON MONDAY, MAY 21st, 1917. Sale of Superior Household Furniture AND EFFECTS (Removed for convenience of sale). COOKE BROS. AND R, OBERTQ, e200 Auctioneers. NEWTOWN SMITHFIELD. On TUESDAY, MAY 22nd, 1917, Great Spring Sale of 370 Home-bred Cattle, 500 Ewes and Lambs. COOKE BROS. AND Tp OBERTS, e201 Auctioneers. MID-WALES HORSE REPOSITORY-, NEWTOWN. NEXT SPECIAL PRIZE SALE, £ 40 in Prizes. TUESDAY, MAY 29th, 1917. Entry Forms on application to the Proprietors. Offices: Newtown, Mid-Wales. e202 ABERYSTWYTH. TO CONNOISSEURS. COLLECTORS. ART DEALERS, and OTHERS. By Direction of Miss Vaughan-Rees. It/TESSRS. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS f* are favoured with instructions to conduct the Highly-interesting Sale of the Valuable and Extensive Collection of Genuine Antiques, Including many Collectors' Pieces, removed for convenience of sale from No. 14, Marine-terrace, to the Royal Pier Pavilion. On WEDNESDAY, June 6th, and following days. Descriptive Catalogues, 6d. each, are in course of preparation. Auctioneers' Offices: Terrace-road, Aberyst- wyth: and at Newtown and 5. Sloane-square, Belgravia, London, S.W. PUBLIC NOTICES. CAADtCAN WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. NOTICE TO AGRICULTURISTS. The Mili tary Service (Review ef Exemptions) Act, 1917, empowers the Army Council to call up for medical examination men who have been re- rl v jected for military service or discharge. Thos- engaged in agriculture, whose work is of national importance, are excluded from the Act. Any man so engaged who has received Stat"t" Order, Army Form, 2579, should return the form to the Recruiting Officer, with the certificate on the back of the notice filled in, stating that he claims not to be liable to have the notice sent to him on the grounds that he is engaged in agriculture and that his work is of national importance. Applications for certificates must be made to the County War Agricultural Executive Com- mittee. D. J. MORGAN, elSO Secretary, Tregaron. f- .j. SALES BY AUCTIOK. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, HODSB AND ESTATE AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. On THURSDAY, MAY 10:.h, 1917, THE RINK ABERYSTWYTH. ESSRR. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS are favoured with instructions from Miss Jones, to Sell by Auction, as above, the whole of the Superior House Furnishings And OTHER EFFECTS, removed from Fair- haven, 38, Portland-street. On view morning of Sale. Sale at 1-30 prompt. For further particulars see posters. THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. ESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS are favoured with instructions from Miss Evans, 54, Portland-street, and Miss Thomas, Ceniarth, High-street, to Sell by Auction, as %bove, om MONDAY, MAY 14th, 1917, Modern a very large collection of Superior Antique and Modern Household Furniture AND EFFECTS. One view morning of Sale. Sale to com- mence at 1-30 p.m. sharp. For further particulars sec posters. PUBLIC NOTICES. PUBLIC NOTICE. r CREDITORS of Miss Elizabeth Frances Jones, late of 44, Marine-terrace. Aber- vstwyth, are requested to send particulars of their claims forthwith to Mr. Hugh Hughes, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. p331 BOARD OF AGRICULTURE & FISHERIES LIGHT HORSE BREEDING COMMITTEE COUNTY OF MKRIONETH. A IMPLICATIONS for 25 Nominations each to "Old Fashion and Mathr&fal Flying Kinp; are invited. Particulars and con- ditions can be obtained from the undersigned. J. M. JONES, Secretary, Heublas, Bala. elgO CARDIGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF CONSERVATORS. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a -L" Quarterly Meeting of the above Council held at the Town Hall, Lampeter, on the 25th day of April, 1917. the following persons were re-appointed Conservators of the Dovey Fishery District for the ensuing year, namelv :— Councillor Henry Bonsall, Pendibyn, Llanbadarn Fawr. Councillor J. H. Davies, 20, North Parade. Aberystwyth. Dr. H. J. Fleure, of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth. Dated this 27th day of April, 1917. EVAN EVANS, Clerk of the Council. County Council Offices, Aberystwyth. el92 PORTMADOC COUNTY SCHOOL. "VJ"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Arthur' E. Elhs, Esq., Assistant District Auditor for the North Wales Audit District, has appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the above-named Governing Body for the year ended 31st March, 1917, to commence at my office, 20, Bank Place, Portmadoc, on Thursday, May 17th, 1917, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and that a copy of the Accounts to be audited will be open to the inspection of all persons interested at the above address for seven clear days before the Audit. Dated this 28th dav of April, 1917. W. MORRIS JONES, Solicitor, el91. Clerk to the Local Governing Body. NOTICE TO FARMERS. WOMEN FOR FARM WORK. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE S SCHEME FOR THE EMPLOYMENT GF TRAINED and UNTRAINED WOMEN WORKERS (a) A limited number of trained women are available for farm work. These are to be paid the current wage of the district, (b), Farmers who are prepared to employ un- trained women are allowed a grant of ltis. a week for a period of three weeks, after which the women if satisfactory., should be paid the current wage of the district, (c), Gangs of women are also available for farm work. Applications for women in Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire to be sent to Mrs. ABEL E. JONES Crugiau, Rhydyfelin, e74 Aberystwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE A GRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. TRAVELLING CLASSES IN CHEESE- MAKING. AT THE REQUEST of the Board of Agri- culture it is intended to hold classes in Cheesemaking (including Skim Milk Cheese) in various centres in the County during the sum- mer. Utensils provided". Local Committees are expected to supply suitable rooms, fire, water, milk. Each Course to last a fortnight. Applications should be sent to D. J. MORGAN, el71 Agricultural Organiser. Tregaron. G. R. Cardiganshire Summer Assizes, 1917. NOTICE -IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Com- mission of Nisi Prius, Oyer and Terminer, and of General Gaol Delivery for the County of Cardigan will be opened at the Town Hall. Lampeter, oa SATURDAY, the 26th DAY OF MAY, 1917. Before the Honourable Mr. Justice Sankev. Knight, one of the Judges of His Majesty's Higfc Court of Justice, and others, Justices of our Sovereign Lord the King. ALFRED CECIL WRIGHT. Esquire, Sheriff. All Justices of the Peace. Mayors, Coroners, and Bailiffs of Liberties within the said County. and all Jvrors, Persons bound in Recogniz- ance. Witnesses, and other, having business are required to attend on Monday, the 28th day of Mav. 1917. at 11-15 o'clock in the forenoon, F. R. ROBERTS. Undersherifl Undersheriff's Office, Aberystwyth. May 3rd, 1917. e208 | SALES BY AUCTIOM. MORRIS. MARSHALL AND POOLE. Agricultural and General Auctioneers, P.,n, and Arbitrators. LRIODKAL SALES Of STOCK con. ducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caeraws, Bishop's Castle, Westburyr Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemnaee Road, wnfair Caereinion, Llanbadarn, Craven Arms, Ludlow Church Stretton, Knighton, Towyn. Monthly Horse Sales at Montgotnery- I shire Repository Welbhpooi. The most careful attention is given to Sales of Agricultural Stock, :h,te and Hou&e Property, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Cbirbury, Shropshire. c821 Towyn Stock Sales. THE NEXT SALE will be held TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 8 th, 1917, and will comprise about 150 Welsh Black Cattle including- Cows with Calves and in Calf: Year- ling and Two-year-old Bullocks and Heifers; about 1,000 Sheep including Ewes and Lambs and Yearling Wethers and Ewes; a few Pigs. and Several Horses and Colts. Sale Lo commence at 11-30 o'clock. Further entries solicited by Mr. G. D. Williams, Penllvn. Towyn; or by MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL, and POOLE, from both of whom catalogues may be obtained*. e207 MONTGOMERYSHIRE R EPOSITOR y WELSHPOOL. PC ■ UPWARDS OF JS50 IN PRIZES. SATURDAY NEXT, MAY 12th, 200 Horses, Of all classes, including many Valuable Heavy Geldings and Mares suitable for town work. Further entries solicited Monday next beine last day of err.ry. CAVES and -IURRIS, MARSHALL and POOLE Auctioneers, Welshpool. e206 PUBLIC NOTICES. TRINITY COLLEGE CF MUIC, LONDON LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. I HE LAST DAYS for entry for forthcoming x nal- ■M- Examinations at the Aberystwyth Centre are as under, viz. :— May 23rd, for Theory. June, 1917. June 18th, for Practical. July, 1917 Local Secretary: Mr J. Chas. McLeVn F.R.C.O., Buarth-road, Aberystwyth, from whom the current regulations may be obtained. el94 PRIFYSGOL CYMRU." UNIVERSITY OF WALES. THE THIRTY-THIRD MATRICULATION EXAMINATION will commence on MON- DAY, JUNE 25th. 1917. Particulars may be obtained from the Registrar. University Regis- try, Cathays Park, Cardiff, from whom forms of entry can be obtained. Applications for Entry Forms must be made not later than Monday. May 28th. elg3 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. SUMMER SCHOOL, AUGUST, 1917. THE NINTH Annual Summer School will be held for three weeks from 30th July, 1917. Classes will be held in Geography and Civics, Library Service (History of English Literature, Bibliography, Cataloguing. History of Library Development, Library Administration and Organisation, Archives, Book-bindingl; History and Literature (The Problem of the Common- wealth, History of Wales, Welsh Literature and Grammar, History of English Literature; Rural Science (Agriculture, Agricultural Chemistry, School Horticulture. Land Surveying, Book- keeping) Art and Manual Subjects (Art Sub- jects, Woodwork, Educational Handwork, Kin- dergarten, Needlework and Dressmaking;; Prin- ciples of Teaching (Principles of Education, Ex- perimental Pedagogy, Schoolroom Problems); Commercial Subjects (Commercial Correspond- ence and Office Routine. Book-keeping). For further particulars and entrance form. apply to the Registrar of the College. e96 COUNTY OF CARNARVON. NOTICE TO FARM HANDS. THE MILITARY SERVICE (REVIEW OF EXEMP1IONS) ACT, 1917, empowers the Army Council to call up for Medical Examina- tion men who have been rejected for Military Service, or discharged. Men engaged in Agri- culture whose work is of national importance are excluded from the Act. Any men so engaged who receive Statutory Order Army Form W. 3479, should return the form to the Recruiting Officer with the certificate on the back of the Notice, filled in, stating that he claims not to be liable to have the notice sent to him on the ground that he is engaged in Agriculture, and that his work is of National Importance. J. JONES MORRIS. Executive Officer. County Offices. Carnarvon, 30,h April. 1917. e204 Board of Agriculture and Fig-heries. LIGHT HORSE BREEDING SCHEME. CARDIGANSHIRE LIGHT HORSE COMMITTEE. The above Committee invites applications for- 25 Free Nominations to the Welsh Cob Premium Stallion. "TROTTING JACK," the property of Messrs William Davies and Sons, Pistyll- gwyn. Llanddewi Brefi Llanio Road. 25 Free Nominations to the Welsh Cob Premium Stallion. "WELSH MODEL," tl»e property of Richard Morgan. Esq.. Lluest-y-Broga. Llan- geitho. Llanio Road. 25 Free Nominations to the Welsh Gob Premium Stallion BLAENWAUN ARFFFL BRITON," the property of Tom Rees. Esq.. Blaenwaun, Penuwch. Ll'ansreitho. Llanio Road. ''TROTTING JACK" is to travel the southern portion of the County, as far north as the road leading from New Quay to Llanybyther, via Synod Inn. Talgarreg. and Drefach. Llanwenog. "WELSH MODEl;" will travel Mid-Cardigan- shire as far north as the road leading from Llanrhvstyd to Tregaron via Cross Inn and Pemiwcb. "BLAENWAUN ARTFUL BRITON"' will travel all the northern portion of the County. A Mare must be entered or accepted for entry in the Welsh Stud Book before it is eligible for a Free Nomination. t Applications to the Secretary, from whom I forms and particulars may be obtained, not later than May 7th. JOHN JONES. Cwmere Farm, Feliofach, Cards. el82