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^1—M— e! The CINEMA, BRIDGEND. I UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT.. t MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23rd, 24th, 4nd 25th- A Famous Player Masterpiece production, "THE HEART OF NORAH FLYNN," featuring the Charming MARIE DORO; in five parts. LIBERTY," the Wonder Scrial.- Keystone Comedy, THE TWO O'CLOCK TRAIN," screamingly funny.— PARAMOUNT TRAVEL Round the World in An Easy Chair. THURSDAY, FRIDAY. AND SATURDAY- CHARLIE CHAPLIN in THE PAWNSHOP," • the Newest Chaplin Pictures; come and see Charlie Surpass his Previous Issues.-Con- tinuation of the Famous Ultus Series, showing ULTUS AND THE SECRET OF THE NIGHT.Grand Serial, "THE MASTER KEY," featuring beautiful Ella Hall.—"WHO'S GUILTY?" the Detective Picture of the* Hour. TIMES AND PRICES AS USUAL. New Cipeipa Hall, Aberkenfig. Whit-Tuesday, May 29th Grand Eisteddfod CHIEF CHORAL (not under 40 in number); Own Selection £ 10 and Baton SOLOS tl Is. CHAMPION SOLO (Male and Female). X9- 2s. and Certificates. Programmes, lid., Post Free. Hon. Secretary— 42 35 CORONATION STREET. Revised Scale of Charges Which include "Wanted," "To Let," "For Sale," and Miscellaneous. If Remittance is. not pent with Advertisement, the full credit rate will be charged. 1 INSERTION. 3 INSERTIONS 15 Wotds e 9 1 6 20 Words 1 0 2 0 25 Words 1 3 2 6 30 Words 1 6 ;I 0 Births, Marriages, Deaths, and In Memoriams are charged at a minimum rate of 2/6 for 25 words. Every five words beyond this, 3d. extra. LOST AND FOUND. STRA YED,-Bay Cart Filly, white face and legs.—Information to Morgan, Penuchadre, St. Bride's Major. 9994 CTRAYED, from Crop Farm, Sigginstone, a RADNOR EWE; pitch mark on top of shoulder; expenses paid.—W. Thomas. 56 WANTED. 15 Words, 1 Insertion, 9d.; a Insertions, 1/6. w ANTED,-I:Iouse in Port Talbot; 3 bed- rooms, bathroom, etc.; near G.W.R. Sta- tion preferred.—Apply, J., Gazette Offioe, Bridg- end. 9958 "TOf ANTED,—A Girl for a Farmhouse; able to milk.—Apply, Rosser, Park Farm, Bridg- end. 9997 WANTED,-Morning Girl.—Apply, Davies, Brynmorfa, Morfa. Street, Bridgead. 9988 WANTED, Useful General. Moorshead Farm, Cowbndge. 12 WA.NTED,-Good General; references.—Mrs. Lewis, 8 Park Street, Bridgend. 53 WANTED,—A Day Girl.—Apply, Mrs. Mum- ford, 19 Wyndham Street, Bridgend. 73 W ATED immediately, Book-keeper and General Clerk for .Bridgend; must be over Military age, or ineligible for Military service. —Apply, with particulars, te E., Gazette Office, Bridgend. WA-NTED,-Apprentices for Dressmaking; cutting-out taught; also Boy or Girl (left school) to learn Drapery Trade and travelling; Sod scholar essential.-H. P. Williams, Dursley 'House, Bridgend. 21 WANTED at Kenfig Hill, a double-bedded room and Sitting Room, furnished; state terms.—45, Gazette Office, Bridgend. 31 TjV" ANTED,—Capable Cook-General.—Apply, Mrs. Bell Thomas, Maesteg. 41 ANTED,—Medium-sized House in pleasant part of Bridgend, with bath (h. & c.) and all conveniences. —Write, W., Gazette Office, Bridgend. 9957 TXfANTED,—A Position as Church Organist at Bridgend or district; no objection to de- nomination.—Apply to Miss Dorothy Clements, Music Teacher, Brackla Street, Bridgend. 40 JJRIDGEND.—Wanted, elderly married couple to share furnished home; every conveni- ence; character essential.-HLetter," 76 Gazette Letter, 9 6 Gazette Office, Bridgend. 76 EXPERIENCED General Wanted at once; re- ferences.—Edwards, 17 Wyndham Street, Bridgend. 66 G OOD General Servant Wanted for Ogmore-in- Sea.—Apply, first to Mrs. Rooksby, Mer- I thyrmawr Road, Bridgend. 80 GROCERY Trade.—Wanted, a fairly tall and string Girl, about 17.—India and China Tea Co., Bridgend. 75 pIANO.-Wanted, a good Second-hand Piano at once; must be cheap.—White, Gazette Office, Bridgend. • 46 RESPECTABLE Married Woman desires post; any light capacity or place of trust; part or whol e time; Porthcawl preferred.—X.C., Gazette Office, Bridgend. 78 SECRETARIAL Duties and Audits, undertaken, books posted, balance sheets prepared, in- come tax adjusted; pupils prepared for Science and Art Exams in Commercial Book-keeping.— Terms, D., Gazette Office, Bridgend. 81 TAILORS and Tailoresses Wanted at once'; constant work.—Apply, H. Levine, Market Buildings, Bridgend. 45 YOLNG Lady wishes employment as Daily Sewing Maid in Bridgend.-Apply, A. Vin- cent, 124 Quarella Road. 7 TO LET. 15 Words, 1 Insertion, Id.; 3 Insertions, 1/6. TO LET, Southerndown,-Furnished House, overlooking channel; indoor sanitation; May, June, July.—Apply, The Ferns, Southern- down. 35 "jnO LET,-Groes Shop, Pencoed; suitable for grocery and drapery business; fine opening for a Co-operative Stores; good dwellIng-house; convenient stares and etabhng; close to railway station; vacast July 1st.—Apply, Secretary, Eagle Hotel, Brynma, Llamharan. 28 JJRIDGEND; Healthiest position. Small Houses To Let; every convenience; close to station.—Apply, 54 Sunnyside. 77 HOUSE To Let; small family.—Apply, letters only, Foundry, Tondu. 57 jpOT LTRY, Pigs, Country Cottage, with 2 Acrps Orcharding, Garden, Water (Here- fordshire); station, 3; price, £ 170.—Hillman, Valuer, Newport. 60 STABLES TO LET,-4-Stall and Coach-house and 1-Stall and Coach-hoti-cie.-Applv, Wm. Griffiths, 5 Swiss Cottages, Quarella Road, Brid- ge mi. 25 AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. 1 MR. R. J. FRANCIS. 1- DUSTY FORGE. CYNTWELL, NEAB CARDIFF. About One Mile from Ely and St. Fagan's Stations, G. W.R. AN ATTRACTIVE UNRESERVED SALE OF STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, BLACKSMITH'S STOCK-IN-TRADE, PART HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. TfcfR. RICHARD J. FRANCIS has been — favoured with instructions frofn. Mr. Benjamin (who is leaving in consequence of ex- piration of lease), to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, M above, on THURSDAY, APRIL 26th, 1917, the STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, Viz. Dairy Cow, recently calved; Sow and 8 Weaners, 4 Store Pigs, 50 Head of Poultry, Stump of Meadow Hay, Full-size. Governess Car, with rubber tyres (by Lewis, Cardiff); Pleasure Trap, Set Silver-mounted Harness, Saddle and Bridle, Galvanized and Iron Tanks, Chaficutter, Chain Harrow, Iron Hurdles, Pig Troughs, Gal- vanized Sheeting, Wooden Sheds, Corn Bins, Stable Utensils, &e. SHOEING SMITH'S STOCK-IN-TRADE, Including: 3 Smith's Bellows, 3 Anvils, 3 Vices, Drilling Machine, Large Quantity of Round and Flat Shoeing and Jobbing Iron, Iron Platform (by T. -Reynolds and Sons), Several Hundred Sets of Hand-made Horse-shofcs and Racing Tips, Frog-Pressure Pads, Nuts and Bolts, Number 5, 6, 7, 10, 11, 12, 14, and 16 Shoeing Nails, Shoeing Smith's Tools, a Very Large Quantity of Scrap Iron, 2 Grindstones, Pump, Pulley Wheels, &c., &c. PART HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Comprising -Chiffouniere, Dining-room Table, Leather Couch, Dresser, 4 Hanging Lamps, Bedsteads, Mattresses, Bedding, China, 2 Chests of Drawers, Ware, Whatnot, Armchairs, Linos, Stair Carpet -ind Rods, Pictures, Windsor Chairs, Deal-top Tables, 4 Settles, Fender and Irons, Kitchen Utensils, Dairy Utensils, Garden Seat, Garden Tools, &c., &c. Sale to commence at ONE p.m. prompt, at the Shoeing Forge. Mr. Benjamin will Not Undertake Shoeing or any other Work at the Blacksmith's Shop after Saturday, April 21st. For Further Particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, at his Offices, 17 Castle Street, Cardiff, and at Peterston. 36 KING'S HEAD HOTEL YARD, PENCOED, NEAR BRIDGEND. SALE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK. TUESDAY, MAY 1st, 1917. (Under the Auspices of the Pencoed and District Agricultural Co-operative Society, Ltd.). MR. RICHARD J. FRANCIS has been fav- oured with instructions to SELL by AUC- TION, at the King's Head Hotel Yard, as above, at 12.30 p.m. prompt:— 45 PRIME FAT and STORE CATTLE. 225 CHOICE FAT SHEEP, LAMBS, and CALVES. 40 COUPLES OF EWES and LAMBS. 29 PORKERS AND STORE PIGS. g DOZEN WOODEN HURDLES. Further Early Entries for this Sale can be sent to the Secretary, Mr. T. W. Jones, Llanilid, Pencoed; or to the Auctioneer, at his Offices: 17 Castle Street, Cardiff, and at Peterston. 65 MR. J. R. THOMAS YSTRADOWEN AUCTION MART. MONDAY, APRIL 23rd, at 12.30. 40F, AT CATTLE AND CALVES. 200 FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS. 30 FAT AND STORE PIGS. T RICHARD THOMAS, Auctioneer. 24 FOR SALE. 15 Words, 1 Insertion, 9d.; 3 Insertions, 1/6. FOR SALE,—Two Cobs (14 hands).—Clarke, Greengrocer, Aberkenfig. FOR SALE, Pantglas Bungalow, Ponty- cymmer; 95 years lease to run; quite new, and roomy.—Apply, Davies, Bungalow. 9985 FOR SALE,—Baker's Covered Cart, Pleasure Trap, and a Grocer's Cart; all in good condition.—J. Williams, grocer, Nolton Street, Bridgend. 9987 FOR SALE, 12 Young cross-bred Ilens.- Apply, Irvifie, Southerndown. 9974 FOR SALE,—Eggs from high-class Black Minorcas, White and Black Leghorns; everlasting layers, non-sitters; 5/- sitting. Minorca-Leghorn Rock, cross, 4/ inspection invited.—C. Gould, 8 Highland Place, Bridgend. 74 FOR SALE,—Quantity of Paint and Varnish; bargain, « £ 8.— E. Rock, 5 Pandy Road, Aberkenfig. 37 FOR SALE,—Roan Pony, five off 14 hands.— Mitchell, Craigyreos, Southerndown. 6 CABBAGE Plants (Carmarthen), 3/6 100; Ailsa Craig Onion Plants, Early Cauliflowers, Cu- cumber and. Tomato Plants. Orders taken for Pea and Bean Sticks. Prices on application. Stall in Maesteg Market.—Ernest Cooke, South Parade Nursery, Maesteg and Newtown Nur- sery, Bridgend. 79 EGGS, from pedigree laying strains, White ■ Wyandottes (Simon Hunter's first pen), WMte Leghorns (Cam's) 4/- a dozen.—Mrs Way- man. Llanblethian, Cowbridge. 9760 ,EGGS for Sitting, from following breeds:— R.I. Reds, W. Wyandotte, White La Bresse, Con Con Malines, Black Malines, Sicillian Buttercups; 7/6 and i(i i- a (lozen.-David, St. Donats Castle, Llantwit Major. 59 TARGE Yard and Buildings for sale or to let.' Centre of town. Buildings would be altered to suit Tenant. Suitable for Coalvard, Stables, or Warehoiise.-Apply Randall & Co., Solicitors, Bridgend. 9976 pET Parrot For Sale; < £ 2.—Apply, Mrs. L. Burnett, Archway Cottages, Tynvgarn, near Aberkenfig. 50 TRAP- For Sale; Ralli.-Apply, D. Collier, Litchard Hill, Bridgencl. H THE Bridgend and District Poultry Society has sittings of eggs For Sale from all the most popular utility breeds.—For particulars apply, C. Woolls, Secretary, Wyld Mill, Bridg- end. 9766 TO Be Sold—A good substantially-built House; bath (hot and cold); well situated.—For particulars, apply, Rees, 21 Homfray Street, iN, antyffyllon. 9996 ,AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. MESSRS. MICHAEL DAVIES & CO., SALE FIXTURES. April 25th.-Sale of Superior and Well-kept Household Furniture and Effects, Upright Grand Pianoforts, etc., at "Ravenhurst," Bridgend. May Ist.-Sale, of Household Furniture and Effects at the Town Hall, Bridgend. SALE OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, PIANOFORTE, &c. RAVENHURST," COITY FIELDS, BRIDGEND. MESSRS. MICHAEL DAVIES & CO., F.AJ., have been favoured with instructions from Mr. Rogers, who is giving up Housekeeping, to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Residence, on WEDNESDAY, the 25th day of APRIL, 1917, the whole of his Well-selected and Carefully- preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Comprising the following, viz.:—A Fine 9- ?Com YTinin;?, Room Suite in Green Leather, a Massive Walnut Sideboard, 6ft.; a Solid Mahog- any Dining Table, 5ft. 6in. by 4ft. 3in.; a Stained Walnut Telescope Dining Table, with one in- let; Some very fine Steel Engravings, Brass and Copper Curbs, a Blup and Gold Dinner Service and Tea Set, a Quantity of Glass and China, Table Cloth, Cheinille and Lace Cuixains, an Old Copper Bed Warming Pan, Oak Book Shelf, Flower Vases, Ornaments, an Oak Hallstand, Leather and Wicker Arm Chairs, Occasional Tables and Chairs, a large Painting of a Lady on Satin, a Louis China Cabinet, a Pembroke Table, a Nearly New Hand and Treadle Sewin I Machine by Bradbury, Several Cork Carpets as laid, Hearth Rugs, Mats, a Gramophone with 20 Records, Kitchen Tables and ChaiM a Mangle, Lawn Mower, Garden Tools a Large Quantity of Kitchen Requisities and Cooking Utensils, a Satin Walnut Bedroom Suite with Wardrobe, a Satin Walnut Chest of Drawers and Marble-top Washstand, a 2-in. Pillar Brass and- Black Bedstead, Several Othe r Bedsteads, with Wire Mattresses, Overlays, Paliasses, a Feather Bed, a Millpuff Ditto, Bedroom Ware, a Trinket Set, a Deal Wardrobe, a Quantity of Linoleum and Oilcloths; together with a Seventy-five Guinea Quadruple Overstrung Up- right Iron Grand PIANO, by Neumeyer, equal to new. The Sale will commence at TWO o'clock, and the Auctioneers are anxious to start punctually owing to the number of Lots to be sold. For Further Particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneers at 15 Wyndham Street, Bridgend. 19 MESSRS. JOHN DAVID & WATTS ABERTHIN HOUSE, NEAll. COWBRIDGE. Situate within Three Minutes' Walk of Aberthin Platform, T.V.R. SALE OF STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, &c. MESSRS. JOHN DAVID & WATTS (D. C. WATTS)" have received instructions from Mrs. Williams (who has let part of her land), to SELL by AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25th, 1917, viz. 18 CATTLE—2 Milch Cows, 2 very fine Heifers in calf, 14 Yearling and Two-year-old Store Cattle. YEARLING COLT. 5 STORE PIGS (14 weeks). IMPLEMENTS. Mower, Mincer, Corn Crusher, Cultivator, Rubber-tyred Governess Car (new), 2 Ploughs, Roller, Set Drags, Farm Cart, Sheep Rack, Sheep Troughs, Harness, Pikes and Rakes, Old Iron, 6 Beehives, Phipps Incubator, Brooder, &c. Sale at 2.30 p.m. Terms—Cash. Auctioneers' Offices: Cowbridge. 63 CHURCH FARM, COLWINSTONE NEAR COWBRIDGE. Situate li Miles from boutherndown Road Station, V.G. Railway. IMPORTANT SALE OF STOCK, IMPLE- MENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, and PART HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. JOHN DAVID & WATTS (D. C. WATTS) have received instructions from Mr. T. Bowen (who is retiring), to SELL by AUCTION, on THURSDAY, APRIL 26th, 1917, viz. 20 HEAD of WELL-BRED CATTLE .—Two Excellent Cows in full profit, 2 Milch Cows in calf, 6 Graud Two-year-old Store Cattle in forward condition, 10 Well-bred Yearlings. '4 HORSES—Chestnut Cart Mare, seven years old, 15.1, in foal to "Island Prince" (an excellent worker in all harness); Grand Up- standing Chestnut Cart Filly, 16.1 (unbroken); Promising Bay Shire Filly, two years old, by "Leek Masterman"; Brown Cart Colt, two years I old, by "Heartsease Dreadnought." SOW and PIGS. 27 FOWLS. IMPLEMENTS.—Nearly New Flat Wagon and Trebles, Good Broad-Wheel Cart, Nearly New Varnished Dog Cart, Useful Trap, Bam- ford Swath Turner, Horse Rake (Nicholson), Nearly New Albion Mower, New Sheep Rack, 2 Zinc Sheep Troughs, 9 Galvanised Feeding Tubs, 3 Good Ladders, Portable Fowlhouse, Chicken Run, Large Harness Cupboard, Tubs and Casks, 2 Iron Pig Troughs, 3 Hand Chaff- cutters, One-horse Chain harrow, Sundry Tools, 2 Hay Knives, Pikes and Rakes, Wheelbarrow, Garden Tools, New PlatfQrm Weighing Machine, 2 Pairs Trap Lamps, Pig Bench, Old Iron, 2 Sets Shaft Harness, Set lore Harness, Set Plough Harness, Spare Collars, 2 Sets Trap Harness (one new), Saddle and Bridle, &c. DAIRY UTENSILS AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.—New Barrel Churn, New Single Iron Cheese Press, Wooden Cheese Press, Dia- bolo Separator, Milk Pail, Cheese Vats, Scales and Weights, Mahogany Side Table, 2 Mahogany 1 wo-flap Tables, 3 Oak Chairs, 6 Mahogany- frame Chairs and Arm Chair to match, Easy Chair, Sofa, 2 Washstands, 2 Wooden Bedsteads, Chest Drawers, &-c., &e. Also the Property of Mr. C. Phillips, late of Llampha Court:— Good Mower (Powell), 40-gallon Oil Tank, Pig Troughs, Cheese Press, Milk Pans, Large Dresser, Small Ditto, 2 Large Kitchen Tables, 2 Easy Chairs, Kitchen Chairs, Corner Cupboard, Large Fire Guard, Writing Table, Kitchen Cup- board, Machine Stand, Benches, Fenders and Irons, Sofa, Lamp, Pram, &c. Sale at TWO p.m. Three Months' Credit will be given upon ap- proved security to purchasers to the amount of < £ 10 and upwards, or discount allowed for cash at the rate of five per cent. per annum. Auctioneers' Offices: Cowbridge. 62 PONTYCLUN. Llantrisant Station, G.W .R. and T. V.R. SALE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK, EWES AND LAMBS, &c. MESSRS. JOHN DAVID & WATTS (D. C. WATTS), at the request. of neighbouring Farmers, and by kind permission of Mr. Thos. Davies, will HOLD a SALE at Maesyfelin, on TUESDAY, MAY 2nd, 1917. Present Entries:— 25 FAT AND STORE CATTLE. 1 FAT BULL. 1 fiO FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS, COUPLES AW OF EWES AND LAMBS, PIGS, &c. 5 DOZEN WOODEN HURDLES. Further Early Entries Solicited. Sale at 2 30 p.m. Auctioneers' Offices: Cowbridge.. 61 PORT TALBOT. MESSRS. T. W. MANCHIP & SON will SELL by AUCTION, at the Walnut Tree Hotel, Aberavon, at SEVEN o'clock in the Evening precisely, on THURSDAY, 3rd MAY, 1917, the under-mentioned BUSINESS PROPERTY AND DWELLING HOUSES .— Lot I.-No. 10 AFAN STREET, in the occu- pation of Mr. William Salter. Lot 2.—No. 12 AFAN STREET, in the occu- pation of Mr. John Moore. Lot 3.—No. 94 TYDRAW STREET. For Full Particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneers, Cornhill Chambers, Bridgwater; or to MOSES THOMAS, Esq., 48 Solicitor, Aberavon. AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS LLANTWIT MAJOR. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will Hold his Next SALE OF FAT STOCK at the White Lion Auction Mart on MONDAY NEXT, 23rd APRIL, 1917, at ELEVEN a.m. sharp. Present Entries:— 75 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 400 CHOICE FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS. 125 PORKERS CALVES, &c. Further Entries Solicited. Also, at THREE o'clock gharp, the following AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c., oom- prising A well-made 22-guage Galvanized Iron-spanned Roof Shed, 48ft. x 24ft. x 10ft. to square; 2 Large Doors, 9ft. x 6ft. x 10ft. high; 3 Skylights, 5 Side Windows, &c.; Hornsby Trusser, Hornsby 5ft. Thrashing Machine, Farm Carts, Miller's Spring Cart, Market Car, 8 Sheep Troughs, Cambridge Roller, Pulpers and Mincers, Corn Bins, and Numerous Other Effects. Auctioneer's Offices: Bridgend and Cardiff. Tel. 1077. 67 PYLE, NEAR BRIDGEND. (UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE PYLE & DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL CO-OPERA- TIVE SOCIETY. LIMITED). r TlfR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will Hold his I NEXT SALE of FAT STOCK in the Crown Field, Pyle, on TUESDAY, April 24th, 1917, at ONE o'clock sharp. Present Entries:— 45 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 325 CHOICE FAT SHEEP 'AND LAMBS. Further Entries Solicited. Auctioneer's Offices: Bridgend and Cardiff. Tel. 1077. 68 The Estate of the Late Mr. Evan Williams, deceased. PENMARK AND CROSTON FARMS, PENMARK. (Within Four Miles of Barry and Two Miles of Rhoose and Aberthaw Stations, Vale of Gla- morgan Railway). Highly Important and Valuable SALE of FARMING STOCK, AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS, THRESHING TACKLE, And Other Effects. jyjR. HOWELL WILLIAMS has been favoured with instructions from the Executors of Mr. Evan Williams, deceased, to SELL by AUCTION, at Penmark Farm, Penmark, about THE END OF APRIL, the Remaining Portion of the Valuable and Well-selected LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, ETC., Comprising:— 20 STRONG CART HORSES AND COLTS. 3 VALUABLE DOWN CALVING COWS. 100 CROSS-BRED BLACK-FACE EWES & LAMBS. Several TONS of OAT, WHEAT, EYE,, and BARLEY STRAW. The MACHINERY and Large Collection of Up-to-date AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS will iuolude:-8-H.P. Portable Engine and Threshing Tackle complete; 4 Flat and Body Wagons, 5 Farm Carts, Gambol 2 Reapers and Binders, 2 Swathe Turners and Side Rake, 4 Mowing Machines, 5 Hor'se Rakes, Corn andt Manure Drills, Flat and Cambridge Rollers, Gal- vanized and Wood Cattle Cribs, Sheep Troughs, Milk Carts, Feeding Troughs on Wheels, Pul- pers, Mincers, 12 Wheel Ploughs, Iron Harrows, Drags, Chain Harrows, Sheep Racks, Butcher's Traps, Chaff Cutters, 2 Double Furrow Ploughs, Cultivators, Turnip Drills, Hay Loader, Weigh- ing Machines, Portable Fowl Houses, New Iron oilrs, Stone Mangers, Water Tanks, Harvest- I in Pike, Shafting and Pulleys, Machine Belts, Winnowing Machines, Cart and Plough Harness, Cake Crushers, Corn Mills, 2 Iron Water Carts, Ladders, the Contents of Blacksmith's and Wheelwright's Shops, which include:-New Iron Tool Drills, Well-seasoned Timber of all descrip- tions for Wheelwright purposes; Iron Fencing, Standards, a Large Quantity of Old Iron, and a Large Assortment of Agricultural Tools and numerous other Effects which cannot be enumer- ated in consequence of restricted size of posters. Three Months' Credit upon the usual condi- tions. Luncheon (bysTicket) at 11 a.m.; Sale at 12 o'clock noon sharp. The Auctioneer will appreciate an early at- ten dance in consequence of the large number of Lots to be disposed of. Auctioneer's Offices: Bridgend and Cardiff. Telephone No. 1077. 69 1 OGMORE AND GARW URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. SEWAGE FARM, BRYNCETHIN. ANNUAL LETTING OF PASTURE LAND. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS (F.A.I.) has been favoured with instructions from the Ogmore and Garw Urban District Council to LET by AUCTION, on the Land, on WEDNES- DAY, MAY 2nd, 1917 (subject to such Condi- tions as shall then be produced), about 60 ACRES OF ACCOMMODATION PASTURE LAND, In Lots, arranged as follows:— A" E P A R R Lot 1.Pasture.4 0 0 Lot 7.Pasture.3 1 0 ,,2. „ .7 1 9 9, „ .5 0 35 ,,10. „ .2 232 „ 5. „ .3 2 3 ,,11. „ .4 2 6 „ 6. „ .3 1 13 The Land is admirably situated, with a southern aspect, ivaedlil ni l?'ab] ted, with a is within five minutes' walk of Brynmenin Station. Sale to commence at THREE p.m. sharp, near Tydraw Cottage. Further Particulars can be obtained at Ogmore and Garw Uefcan District Council Offices, Brynmenin, where a Plan of the different Lots may be seen. Auctioneer's Offices: Bridgend, Cardiff, and Llantwit Major. 70 TENDERS. THE Nantymoel Co-operative Society invites Tenders for the supplies and ^distribution of Milk to its members. 120 Gallons daily. Tenders are to be in by May 1st, 1917. 51 NOTICES. NOTICE.-All DOGS TRESPASSING on Moorshead and Crop Farms, Sigginstone, will be SHOT.-W. Thomas. 55 GLAMORGAN WAR AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. TRACTORS. TRACTORS. THE above Committee desire to draw the attention of Farmers to the fact that the I TRACTORS now at their disposal will be available for all forms of AGRICULTURAL OPERATIONS during the remainder of the year, and applica- tions for use of same, stating the work required to be done, and the approximate date when re- quired, should be sent to the Secretary of the Committee— 13 St. Andrew's Crescent, Cardiff. • BINDER TWINE. Farmers should also take immediate etepe to obtain a sufficient supply of Binder Twine. 43 ALLOTMENT Garden Barrow WITH WOODEN WHEEL., Pass through Doorways. Painted. PRICE, 27/6. JENKINS, TIMBER YARD, 71 BRIDGEND. MISS VIOLET E. LAURENCE, Begs to announce that she will Re-ope., the Confectionery Business Lately carried on by Mr- J- S. Griffiths, At 18, Wyndham St., Bridgend, on Saturdsy Next, APRIL 21st, 15)17, With an Entirely New Stock of High-class Chocolates, Sweets, Cigarettes, Tobacco, Mineral Waters, Ices, rdc. YOUR KIND PATRONAGE AND RECOMMENDATION IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITEJ).
PORTHCAWU. ] Easter Vestry.—Th6 Rector (Rev. T. Holmes Morgan) presided. The accounts showed total receipts of JE825 18s. 2d., and a deficit balance of .241 198. 3d. The Rector appointed Mr. D. R. Powell, The Beacons, Victoria Avenue, as churchwarden. An Easter offering of i213 18s. was presented to the Rector. Special Council Meeting.—At a special meet- ing of the District Council, held on Wednesday evening last week, Mr. T. James presiding, it was resolved that a letter bo sent b represen- tative ladies and gentlemen in the district ask- ing them to form committees to demonstrate modes of substitution for meat, bread, arid pe- tatoes. It was also resolved that a letter be sent to the Food Controller asking him to fix maximum prices for the substitutes feccm- mended for the staple articles of diet. "Economy in Food" Meeting.—With the object of dealing seriously with the question of food substitutes and food economy, a meeting, under the auspices of the District Council, was held on Wednesday in the Council Chamber. Mr. T. James (chairman) presided, and ad- dresses were delivered by Messrs. R. E.. Jones, John Elias, T. J. Jones, D. Jones, and D. Davies, and the Revs. J. P. Southwell and W. J. Phillips. It was resolved to form a general committee of the ladies present, with Mrs. Alex- ander (wife of Dr. Alexander) as president, and Mrs. Farr and Miss Olwen Davies as joint hon. secretaries. It was also decided to apply for a demonstrator in cookery. Musie Successes.—At the recent examination of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., held at Moorlands Schools. Porthcawl, the following pupils of the Misses Uarsed were successfulHigher Division, Local School: Hallette Richards, Mira Turnock, Cissie Morris, Kathleen Williams, Clarice Clode, Nancy Hardee, Mary Henry. Lower Divison, Local School: Doris Molyneux, Evelyn Nicholas. Ele- mentary Division, Local School: Nina O'Regan, Alice Evans, Bertha Cockram, Nelsie Bragg, and Kathleen Tonks. There wore no failures.—Also at the Cambridge Locals, held at Christmas, Cissie Morris sucøessfulln passed the Prelimin- ary Division. 83
PYLE. Easter Vestry.-The Vicar (Rev. D. J. Arthur) presided. The accounts showed an increase in the offertories. Messrs. George Smith, J.P., and Rees Rees were appointed wardens.
KENFIG. Easter Vestry.—The Vicar (Rev. D. J. Arthur) presided. The accounts showed a credit balance. Mr. D. M. J'owell was re-elected churchwarden. A vote of thanks was passed to Mrs. Morgan, Marias Farm, for the gift of a carved com- munion table, chairs, and alms dishes in memory of her late husband, who was church- warden for twenty years.
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KENFIG HILL. Death from Wounds.—We regret to announce that Corporal Harry Hawkins, Lancashire Fusi- liers, who was wounded in action in France on March 5th, died on Sunday last. He was the husband of Mrs. Hawkins, 10 Garth-street, Ken- fig Hill. Only 22 years of age, he was a promin- ent footballer and cyclist. He joined the Army shortly after the outbreak of war. His brother is on active service at Salonika.
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TONDU AND ABERKENFIG. I Entertainmente-A miscellaneous* entertain- ment was held at Ebenezer Vestry, Aberkentig, Ion Good Friday evening. Members of the Sui day School contributed the items of the pro- gramme as follows:—Solo, Miss May Bryan; pianoforte solo, Miss Olwen Davies; recitation, Miss Gwyneth Hopkins; 6olo, Miss Bronwen .Davies; solo,* Miss Gwennie Cobley; duet, Messrs. D. Phillips and T. R. Daniel; quartette, Messrs. D..Phillips, E. Thomas, T. Thomas, and T. R. Daniel; solo, Mr. Emlyn Thomas; solo, Mr. T. li. Daniel; solo, Mr. Tegai Thomas; solo, Miss Bronwen Davies; quartette, Mr. E. Thomas and friends. The president for the evening was the pastor (Rev. E. Davies), who took advantage of the occasion to distribute prizes on behalf of the London Missionary So- ciety to the collectors for 1917. Addresses were given by Mr. D. Matthews (superintendent of the Sunday School) and Mr. David Davies (former superintendent). The arrangements were ably carried out by Messrs. E. Thomas and T. R. Daniel, while the accompanists were Misses Edna Cobley, Olwen Davies, and Irene Ifopldns. Concert.—A grand evening concert was held at tho New Cinema Hall on Wednesday last week, under the auspices of tlie, Tondu and Aberkenfig Choral Society. In the unavoid- able absence of Mr. G. E. Llewelyn, the chair was taken by Mr. Ted Thomas. The programme was as follows: Chorus, "By Babylon's Wave," Choir; song, "Friend," Madame Bevan; song, "Son of the Desert," Mr. Glanville Davies; song, "The Valley of Laughter," Miss Blodwen Lloyd;" glee, "When Allan A'Dale Went," Choir: sone, "Y Marchoar." Mr. Davies: song, "Save me, 0 God," Miss Lloyd; pianoforte solo, Madame B. Jeanes-Thomas; duet, "The Widow Scene," Miss Lloyd and Mr. Davies; glee, The Carnivale," Choir; song, "Good- glee, Madame Bevan; songs, "Angels Guard Bye," "Where the Bee Sucks," Miss Lloyd; Th(?e, The Miller's Wooing," Choir; song, "A glee, Song of England," Mr. Davies.' The accom- panist was Madame Jeanes-Thomas. Madame BeTan created a good impression throughout. Her lower register particularly was very rich and pleasing., Mr. Glanville Davies again proved himself to be a true artiste. His enun- ciation and vocalisation were especially good.. Miss Blodwen Lloyd delighted the audience with her singing, and was encored. Madame Jeanes- Thomas, in her pianoforte solo, displayed much musical feeling and correct expression, together with sympathy and a grasp of the pieces ren- dered. The duet contributed by Miss Lloyd and Mr. Davies evinced an excellent blend of voice and understanding. Madame Bevan, in Tosti's "Good-Bye," well deserved her encore, for which she gave "The End of a Perfect Day." The different items rendered by the choir were with- out exception much enjoyed, and Mr. J. Simon Davies, the conductor, is to be commended on an excellent performance. The invalid soldiers from Coytrahen Hospital, together with the staff, had been specially invited. Half the pro- ceeds go to the funds of the local Soldiers' and Sailors' Families' Help Society.
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OGMORE AND GARW TRIBUNAL. A meeting of the Ogmore and Garw Tribunal was held on Friday last week. There were pre- sent Messrs. T. C. Jones (in the chair), William Williams, D. Davies, D. J. Thomas, S. H. Stock- wood, with the Military representative (Alder- man Wm. Llewellyn), and the clerk (Mr. T. Jones).—A vote of condolence was passed with the widow and family of the late Mr. Richard Thomas, Llangeinor, and appreciation expressed of the work done by Mr. Thomas in connection with the Tribunal.—There were twenty cases up for review under the new "Under 31" Order, and these were proceeded with as follows:—Edgar Richards, Nantymoel, conditional exemption confirmed; S. R. Davies, Tonyrefail, case de- ferred to April 20th; Arthur Tylke, Nantymoel, conditional exemption confirmed Dan Jenkins, Gilfach och, deferred to April 20th; F. Sollarn, Blackmill, deferred sine die; James Edwards, Nantymoel, exemption withdrawn, but not to be called up till May 15th; M. G. Morgan, Blaen- garw, deferred till April 20th; Edgar Willis, Pontycymmer, conditional exemption confirmed; Dan Owen, Blaengarw, ditto; vV. T. Board, Og- more Vale, ditto; W. H. Hughes, Maesteg, ditto; B. Richards, Ogmore Vale, exemption with- drawn, but not to be called up till May 31st; It. Thomas, Nantymoel, conditional exemption withdrawn, and two months' "temporary" granted in order that a substitute may be found.—There were eight other cases submit- ted, but these were eventually withdrawn, it being found that the applicants had passed the I age limit of 31.
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LLANTWIT MAJOR. Easter Vestry.—The Vicar (Rev. R. David} presided at the Easter Vestry. The acoountsy showed an adv«r?e balance of X2 6s. 3d., com- pafed with = £ 6 3s. last year. The vicar ap- pointed Colonel J. Gaskell, J.P., D.L., as. vicar's warden, and Mr. Rees Thoinas,was re- elected parish warden. Soldier's Funeral.-The funeral of Pte. T. Williams (Welsh Regiment), the young Bover- ton 601dier whose death we recorded last week from tuberculosis, contracted in the trenches of France, took place on Tuesday at Bethesda y Fro. It was largely attended by the inhabi- tants of the Vale, who came to show their sym- pathy with the widowed mother and sisters. Among the large number of wreaths that covered the coffin w&s a splendid one from the inhabitants of Llaatwit Major, Boverton, and Llanmacs. The chief mourners were his mother, sister, brother-in-law, and uncle. Rev. J. G. Davies (pastor), assisted by Revs. Owen Davies and B. r. Evans, conducted the service in the chapel and graveyard.
BRYNCETHIN. Operetta.—The operetta, "Agatha, or The Lost Child of the Manor," was given, in full charac- ter, at Bryncethin Council Schools on Thursday and Friday last, to crowded and appreciative- audiences, by Peaiel Choral Society, conducted by Madame Kate Williams-Elias. The charac- ters were taken as follows :—"Agatha," Miee- May Jones; The Squire's Wife," Mrs. C. Whittingham; "Squire Brown," Mr. D. J- Morgan; "Infant," Miss .Mildred Willianig; Ben Bo, Sun," Mr. T. Williams; "The Middy, Mr. Tom DaTies; H Idle Jack and Sheeney Man," Mr. W. T. Hellgoed; "ltoberto," Mise Bronwen Kate Williams. The choir was as- sisted by an orchestra conducted by Miss Blod- wen Hopkin, A.C.V. The elaborate and pic- turesque dresses were prepared by the sewing: class—Mrs. Webber, Mrs. Philip Morgan, Mrs. WTilliams (Canola), Mrs. Williams (Tydraw), Mi ss Burnell, Mrs. Pritchard, Mrs. John Davies, Mrs. Rees (Maesgwyn Hall), Mrs. Jone8 (manager), and Mrs. iVm. Williams. Mr. J. J. Young was stage manager. The. accompanist was Miss Gwladys Williams. Miss Maggie Jen- kins was the efficient secretary of the event.
EWENNY. Social.A social was given by the parishioners of Ewenny last week. in the Tithe Barn (by the- kind permission of Colonel and Mrs. Turbervill),. to the wounded soldiers of the Bridgend and Tuskar House Hospitals. Many of them upon, arriving, expressed a wish that they would like to see the ancient fortifications and historicar- buildings, and whilst tea wti.9 being prepared, they were-shown round. Among the remarks overheard to fall from the gallant sightseers was one to thp effect that the building "would stand a poor chance against one of our 'Lucky Jim' shells. The guests afterwards did amplf" justice to the. good things provided, which, it may be added, though tastefully made, were- well within the limitations of the Food Con- troller. The rest of the evening was spent in all kinds of games and other amusements, in- cluding a lady's hat-trimming competition for soldiers.
HEOLYCYW. Workmen's Meeting.—The Warntaro Colliery workmen held a meeting at Pencocd last Satur- day evening, when it was unanimous reed day evening, w?en). was unanimousl'y Tahge ap- to appomt a checkw?igher forthwith. The ap-- pointment will be made in the course of a week or so, and will be announced in the "Gazette." Seed Potatoes.—Six and a half tons of seed po-- tatoes, ordered through the County authority, for Heolycyw and district applicants, arrived at" Pencoed Station at the beginning of this week, and wil' be distributed among the purchasers- during the next few days. Nothing is known. as to the kind or condition of the tubers at the time of writing. No. 4 Raglan.-Witli existing machinery, the water which flooded this drift three or four weeks ago si being pumped out at a ratewhich, lowers it to a depth of from 10 to 20 yards per week. With an additional large p1)mp, which, it is hoped, will arrive at the colliery in the- course of this week, the water will be cleared at a considerably accelerated rate, and it is be- lieved coal winning will be resumed in a fort-, night or so. Caradog Ap Bran Lodge (I.O.O.).-While so many friendly societies are languishing, it is. particularly gratifying to remark that Oddfel- lowisia still flourishes at Heolycyw. Each one- of the lodge's various funds shows an increase. One member died during 1916, but the member- ship increased from 78 to 82, whose average age- in December last was 31. Much of the success- of this lodge is attributable to the indefatigable- ness and faithfulness of its officials, and especi- ally of its worthy treasurer, Bro. W. Mower. Allotments.-The Penybont authority have succeeded in securing suitable land for allot- ments, and on Monday evening Mr. J. Simon Davies (surveyor to the Council) met the appli- cants at a meeting, over which Mr. John Evane (president of Heolycyw and District Gardens and Allotments Association) presided. The rent is to be 6d. per perch, and the tenency will be terminable by three months' notice on either side, to end on" Lady Day. Seven hundred and. sixty perches (4j acres) was distributed among- 61 applicants, who drew lots for their respective plots. The meeting was a most enthusiastic one throughout, and it now only remains to carry the enthusiasm into practice on the allotments- ground. Optimistic Trooper.—Trooper D. Campbell,- writing from France on the 13th inst. to Mr.. Evans, schoolmaster, Heolycyw, says :—"Recent;; artillery fighting has been terrible; in fact, at times you thought the whole of France was rocking, and when you are back tor a rest, and think what you have gone through, you hardly realise you are alice. We are still going on ahead, little by little, in spite of the terrible- weather and hardships. What keeps our spriits- up, and makes us smile, is the faith we all', ha,:(' hi winning this war. We cavalry men ar? yearning for the long, bright and sunny days to come, when we hope to meet the famous (lays to,. So far, when we have met them, they have,. turned tail and gallopped away as fast as their horses could carry them. But we shall catch,- them some day !"—Trooper Campbell joined the- colours in September, 1914, and was out in. France in August, 1915. He has been there ever- since, except for a short furlough last year."
COWBRIDGE. Liquor. Prosecution.—Mrs. Ellen Crowley, licensee of the Bridge Inn, Cowbridge, was sum- moned at Cowbridge Police Court on Tuesday- for. permitting intoxicating liquor to be taken. from her premises during prohibited hours.— Seigt. James Thomas said that at 11 p.m. on the 9th inst., with P.C. Turner, he visited the Bridge Inn, and heard the landlady wishing a man named Matthew Hopkin, of Llanblethian, good-night. Witness noticed that 'Hopkins's*- pocket was bulky, and on searching him found a flagon of beer, which he said he had "from the missus." Mrs. Crowley denied that she had. served Hopkins with the bottle of beer, and Hopkins said that he had it 8from another house, and that Mrs. Crowley (lid not know that;: he had it in his pocket.—Mrs. Hopkins was fined" JC1, and Hopkins 10s.
YSTRADOWEN. An Entertainment was held at the Church Hall on Thursday last week with, the object of I. raising money to support the Prisoners of War- Fund. The majority of the artistes were, juveniles, who entertained a full audience with their recitations, dialogues, and songs. They were supported by Messrs. Hooper, Wareham, and Webster, tq whom thanks are due. In spite of certain opposition, the promoters had to con- tend with, a sum of t3 6s. was realised, and has- been sent to help the above fund.