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The CtNEMA, BMDGEND. UNDER ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY- A Special Super-Producnon, entitled, "THE MYSTERY OF TRADLEDAUGH."—The 'Seria! Story of "LtBERTY."—Triangte Comedies and Psramount Travets. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY— A Special Production, by permission of the Moss Empires, Ltd., entiDed. INFELICE," six ree)s. "WHO'S GUtLTY?" THE MASTER KEY, and SPECtAL COMEDIES. COMING SHORTLY—The Official War Picture, "SONS OF THE EMPIRE." by arrangements of the War Office. TIMES AND PRICES AS USUAL. THE BIBLE TRUE. I CHtUSTADELPHtAN MEETtNG ROOM, uld Stone Bridge, Dunraven Ptace. BRIDGEND. A LECTURE Will be dehvered on SUNDAY NEXT, at 8.30 p.m. (God willing), Subject: "THE JEWS UNDER THE MESSIAH." AJ1 Welcome. Seats free. Questions Invited. No Collection. Please bring a Bible with you. Free Lectures each Sunday at 6.30, and & Bible Class each Thursday at 7.30. You are invited to each. 9348 Revised Scale ot Charges Which include "Wanted," "To Let," "For Sale." and Miscellaneous. If Remittance is not sent with Advertisement, the full credit rate will be charged. 1 INSERTION. 3 INsERTlOxs 15 Word9 0 9 1 6 20 Words 1 0 2 0 25 Words 1 3 2 6 30 Words 1 6 3 0 LOST AND POUND. Lost and Found" Advertisements are charged for at the rate of 2,6 for 25 words. Every five words beyond this, 3d. eftra. Y OST from Cwmfelin, Maesteg, a Chestnut ? Mare. rising four; small white spot on face; about 13.2; undecked.—Apply, Evans, Rose and Crowd. Cwmfelyn, Maesteg. _192 WANTED. 15 WM'd<. t !nMt'tion, 9d.; 3 Insertions, t/t. WATED immediately, Book-keeper and General Clerk for Bridgend; must be over Military age,, or ineligible for Military service. —Apply, with particulars, to E., Gazette O&ce, Bridgend. W ANTED,-GoodGeneral; no washing.—Mrs. Jont-s. ButcheT, -kberkenfig. 120 'WANTED,—A Good General, with references. —A.ppiy, Mrs. Morgan, Masons' Arms, Bryncethm. 96 WANTED,-Ge-neral Servant for Farm, 18 to 20; used to milking.—Guilford, Wild Mill. Bridgend. 91 \X7'ANTED.—Lady (Young) to take charge of Small Bov, 5, each afternoon, 2-5 o'clock.— Apply, Mrs. Frar Jenkins, The Rhyl, Bridg- end. ¡}5 WANTED,-A Genpral Servant; also a young Girl to help with the housework.—Apply to Mrs. Powell, Groes Farm, Southemdown. 128 YX7ANTED.—A Capable General for London.- Apply, Mrs. Harry Lewis, The Wood- lands, Bridgeud. 195 ? TX7ANTED.—A good, clean General.—Appty, with reference, Mrs. Brewer, 13 Adare St., Bridgend. 181 WANTED, at Bridgend, Room and Attendance for mvaiid lady.—Apply Box 217 Gazette Ofliceg. 217 WANTED,-Chee5e-press for small dairy.— M .1 ohn50ll, Perry Park. Bridgend. 226 WANTED.-General Servant for Farm; used to n'.Hking.—Park Farm, Bridgend. 198 ?HOt'M ?N Requirest Lodgings (single bed- r,'nm) board self; Port Talbot— T., c o 20 Station Road, Port Talbot 220 WAN,TED,-Stron,- General; family two: rc- ferences —Mrs. Yorwerth Thomas, Court Road. Bridgend. U9 W ANTED,-Hou.se, immediately; about 6,- or 7'- a week.—Apply, Jenkins, 16 Vernon Street, Bridgend. 157 TXT'ANTED.—A Good General.—Applv.* Court VtHa.EwennyRoad.Bridgf-nd. 223 WATD,-Eperienc-Gn;al for smtit fami!v: good wages.—Appiy, Mrs. DobbIns, Caroline Street. 174_ WANTFD,-Stro-ng boy, about 15, to work in gardeu.—Apply, G. Cooke & Son, Bridg- end. ? 145 WANTED.-Board and Lodgings for middle- aged n'an with homely people (no child- ren); farm-house preferred: Glamorganshire; state towest terms.—J ordan, Gazette OiBce, Bridgend. 177 A STRONG Lad-or Improver; able to nail on. -E. Wood. Shoeing and General Smith, Coytrahen. 159 CAPABLE General Servant.—A ppjy, with re- ferances, to 3 Dunraven PInce, Bridgend. ?? 101 RESPECTABLE Housekeeper Wanted iu Valleys by Bachelor: Wet-Ji preferred; ab- stainer.-Apply, with refercuces. Box 227, Gazette Of6ceJ Bridgend. 227 RECOMMENDED by Lady giving up House- keeping, her Maid as Capable General; Bridgead preferred.—Write, 57 Richmond Road. Cardiff. 16b T'AILC'RtXG.—Apprentices Wanted; good op T pori'mity to learn trade.—Apply H. Levine, Market BaHdings. Bridgend. 191 'ÏRADES:\JEX'S Books posted. accounts mad& out. balance sheets prepared (in spare time), pupils prepared for examinations in Commer- cial Book-keeping.—Apply, by letter, D., Gazette OSce. Bridgend. 228 TAILDRS and Tailoresse-s Wanted at once: cou-.tant work.—Apply, H. Levine, Market Buildiug", Bridgend. 45 YOuNG Lady wishes employment as Daily Sewinx Maid in Bridgend.—Apply, A. Vin- cent. 124, Qnarella Road. 7 TO LET. 15 Wordt, t tntertton, 9d.; 3 fnMrttont, 1;S. TO LnT.—Front Bedroom and Sitting Room; suit two gentlemen; centre of town; terms moderate.—Apfly T., Gazette OSce, Brid- 'gend. ? 121 T'O LET.—Furnished Bungalow, or Double-bed SittinK-room, Ogmore-by-Sea. WiLaon. Bighland Place, Bridgend. 133 TÓ-LET,=-Lock-up. ShopN i Park' Stree-t. Bridgend.—Appiv, Stockwood <& Williams, Solicitors. 221 y0 LET, Fti h,-d, The DevoDia,- South- .erndown: 4 bedrooms, bathroom, 2 sitting- Todms.—Ritt, &enr., 4Q Cowbridge Road, Bridg- end. 107 TODGINGS for one or two rc-.pecta.ble work- insr rnen.—AppJy Boa 200/ Gazette OStces. Sndgend. 200 AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. MESSRS. T. M. JONES & SQN Estate of EVAN EVANS, Late of Aberavon, Chemist, deceased. ABERAVON. ANNOUNCEMENT OF SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION OF IMPORTANT LONG LEASE- HOLD PROPERTIES. MR. LEMUEL JONES (Successor to Messrs. T. M. Jones and Son) has received instructions to OFFER for SA-LE by PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced, on TUESDAY, MAY 22nd, 1917, at the Walnut Tree HoteF; Aberavon, at SEVEN o'clock in the evening, the following valuable LONG-LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES :— Lot 1.—All those Two Shops and Dwelling- houses, situate and being Nos. 83 <& 85 WATER- STREET, ABERAVON. each containing Shop, Kitchen, Scullery, 3 Bedrooms and Attic. These Properties are on the main road leading to the Docks, hnd have recently been renovated throughout. Held for the unexpired term of 99 years from 29th September, 1880. at the Annual Ground Rent of £5 7s. Vacant possession may be had of both Properties. Lot 2.—All those Three Dwelling-houses known as Nos. 1, 2, & 3 CARADOC PLACE, ABERAVON, No. 1 being let at 7/6 per week, and Nos. 2 and 3 at 6; 6 each per week. Held for the unexpired term of 999 years from 21st June, 1865, and will be sold subject to ground rents of ti 10s. per House. Lot 3.—AH those Five Plots of Building Land of varying frontages ranging from 19ft. to 24ft., and abutting on Caradoc Lane. Held for the unexpired term of 999 vears from the 21st June 1865. The Plots will be sold for the best annual rent for a Lease for the said term, and subject to the Conditions of Sale. alines and Minerals are excepted in each Lot. The Properties may be viewed, and further particulars obtained from the Auctioneer, 3 High Street, Aberavon; or from Messrs. D: E. JONES & SON, Solicitors, Avonside Chambers, 197 POST TALBOT & ABERAVON. 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, MAY 14th, 1917, at ELEVEN a.m. xharp. Pref-eut Entries:— 75 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 350 CHOICE FAT SHEEP and LAMBS. 120 POWERS. CALVES, &c.. Further Entries Solicited. Auctioneer's OSces: Bridgend and CardiS. 219 PYLE. Near BRIDGEND. Under the Auspices of the Pyle and District Agricultural Co-operative Society, Ltd. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will HOLD his ? Crown ?-? ?? ? ?T STOCK, at the Crown Field Pyle, on TUESDAY, MAY 15th, 19L, at ONE p.m. sharp. Present Entries:— 40 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 250 CHOICE FAT SHEEP and LAMBS. Further Entries- Solicited. Auctioneer's OSce- Brid,;elld and Cardiff. 218 .,eii d an d (?ardiff. 218 Messrs. GOTTWALTZ & PERRY. ON SATURDAY. 19th MAY. GLAMORGANSHIRE. SALE Oli' FfŒEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD DETACHED RESIDENCES, BUNGALOWS, AND LAND AT SUTTON. NEAR BRIDGEND. BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES OF DR. WILLIAM PRICE, DECEASED. MESSRS. GOTTWALZ & PERRY have re- ceived UMtructiuo& to SELL by AUCTION. on SATURDAY, the 19th MAY NEXT, at Three p.m., at the Wyndham Hotet, Bhdgend, in Lots, the following FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES AND LAND, Comprising:— Lot 1.—A1I that EXCEEDINGLY WELL- BUILT LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE known as "SANDY MOUNT/' with Excellent Accomntodation and a Large Garage, 'for mxny years in occupation of the Deceased, and now unoccupied. The House is heM under lea.-ie for 99 years from the 24th June, 1897. at the annual ground rent of .66. The Garage is Freehold. Lot 2.-A H that EXCEEDINGLY WELL- BUILT FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, known as SUTTON HQUSE, wittt Excellent Accommodation, Garage, &c., standing in it.o own grounds of 1 acre 127 yards (or thpr'nbuuth.), i.n the occupation of Ernest Nell, Esq. Lot 3.—AH those TWO WELL-ARRANGED FREEHOLD BUNGALOWS, standing in thir own grounds of about 1 acre 2 roods, at the pt'f-sent time unoccupied. Po&"e-s,ion of all the Lots will be given on the Completion of the Purchase. THE ABOVE PROPERTIES ARE SITUATED IN THE BEST POSITION NEAR THE MOUTH OF THE RIVER OGMORE. IN THIS FAVOURITE SEASIDE RESORT. WITH CHARMING AND UNINTERRUPTED VIEWS OF THE BRISTOL CHANNEL AND DEVON- SHIRE COAST. ARE WITHIN A FEW MtNUTES' WALK OF THE SANDY BEACH, WHERE THE HA THING IS EXCELLENT. THE GOLF COURSE IS WITHIN EASY WALKING DISTANCE, AND GOOD RIVER AND SEA FISHING IS OBTAINABLE. The Properties art- supplied with water from the Southerndown Water Company's Mains. A Motor-brake* runs past the Property during the Summer Seasoa. Particulars of Sate and Orders to View may be had of— J. W. MORRIS. ESQ., Solicitor. Qnav Street; WILLIAM HUWELL. ESQ., F-4tatf, A,,(,iit, High Street; THE AUCTIONEERS, 187 High Strpc.t, all of Cardiff. Advertise m the Glamorgan Gazette.a U you want to sell. buy, or exchange, ,Jt;. cannot do bebt-ef. 4W AUCTIONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. MESSRS. JOHN DAVID & WATTS HIGH STREET, COWBRIDGE. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. JOHN DAVID & WATTS (D. C. WArrs) have received instructions from the Representatives of the late Mrs. Alexander, to SELL bv AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY 16th, 1917, as above, including :— Good Piano in Walnut Frame, Mahogany Dining Table, Suite in Walnut Frames, Mahog- any and Deal Tables. Arm Chairs, Easy Chairs, 4 Iron Bedsteads. 4 Feather Beds, 2 Mahogany Chest Drawers, Washstands and Ware, Dressing Tables, Commode Chair, &c., &c. Sale at 2.30 p.m. Full Particulars may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers at Cowbridge. 213 WHITSUN SALE. LLANTWIT MAJOR. NEXT SALE MONDAY, MAY 21st, 1917, At 11.30 a..m. 55FAT CATTLE and CALVES. 380 FAT SHEEP & LAMBS. PORKERS & STORE PIGS RUBBER-TYRED GOVERNESS CAR. JOHN DAVID & WATTS (D. C. WATrs), Auc- ? tioneers' OBSces: Cowbridge. 214 LLANTWIT MAJOR. SALE OF CONTENTS OF WHEELWRIGHT'S and SHOPS, ZINC 1SHED8, TOOLS, SEASONED TIMBER, NEW IRON <&e. MESSRS JOHN DAVID & WATTS (D. C. WATTS) have received instructions from the Representatives of the late Mr. John Thomas, to SELL by AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 23rd, 1917. Contents of WHEELWRIGHT'S SHOP in- clude:—Large Quantity Paints and Varnish, Nails, Bolts, and Nuts; 2 Pairs New Wheels, Axles and Axle Boxes, 2 Crank Axles, Large Quantity Carpenter's Tools, Cross-cut Saws, Cramps, Assorted Screws, Stock Lathe, Large Quantity Seasoned Timber (Ash, Oak and Elm), FeUoes Shafts. Glass; 3 Large CORRUGATED IRON SHEDS. Contents of SMITH'S SHOP include:—About 1 Ton New Iron, Smith's Nails, 2 Anvils. 2 Bellows, Drilling Machine, Stocks and Dies, Smith's Tools, Horse Shoes, &c., &c. Full Particulars next week. Auctioneers' Omces Cowbridgc. 215 STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER. COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. PARISHES OF LLANDOW, LLANTWIT MAJOR, AKD LLANTRISANT. THE ESTATE OF THE LATE DANIEL HOFORD DAVIES, ESQ. MESSRS. STEPHENSON <& ALEXANDER (F.A.I.) are instructed by the Trustees to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, 5 High Street, Cardiff, on SATURDAY, JUNE 9th, 1917 at. 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the following valuable AGRtCULTURAL, MtNERAL, & RESIDENTIAL PROPERT!ES:- VALE OF GLAMORGAN. In the Parish of llandotv. Lot I.-The Freehold Mixed Farm known M "TYN-Y-CAiA FARM," containing 89a. 2r. 3p. (or thereabouts). Lot 2.-Freehold Arable Field, now forming part of "Tyn-y-Caia Farm," 6a. 2r. Ip. (or. thereabouts). )n the Parish of Ltantwit Major. Lot 3.—The Freehold Residence known aa MoRFA HOUSE," together with 35a. Ir. 6p. (or thereabouts) of excellent Pasture Land. !n the Parish of Dantrisant. Lot 4.—The Valuable Freehold Surface and Mineral Property known as CILELY," situate near to Forth and TonyreTai!, in the centre of the South Wales Mining District, co-ntaini1)t.1L mineral area of mineral area of <104a. Ir. 17p. and a surface area of 77a. Or. 26p. The Minerals are now leased to Messrs. Lockets Merthyr Collieries (1894), Limited, and are worked by them in conjunction with the Minerals' underlying adjoining properties through the well-known Cilely Pits. Lot 5.—The Freehold Surface Farm with Farm House and Buildings known as CiLELY FARM," containing 21a. 2r. 8p. (or thereabouts). Lot 6.—The Freehold Cottages and Gardens and Pasture Land surrounding, known as COTTAGE BACH," containing la. Or. 22p. (or thereabouts). Lots 7 to 15.—Freehold Ground Rents secured upon Dwelling-houses and Premises situate at Trebanog, Forth, fronting the road from Forth to TonyrefaiL Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application to Messrs. GwvN & Gwvx, Solicitors, Cowbridge; Messrs. HooD & RiCHAEDS, Mining Engineers. CardiS; or from the Auctioneers, 5 High Street, Cardiff. 178 MR. GEORGE THOMAS. SALE FIXTURES. May 16th.-Sale of Valuable Poultry at Troedy- rhiw-Garth, near Maesteg. —— Sale of Villa Residence at Castle Hotel, Neath. —— Sale of Property situated at Caerau and Maesteg, at White Lion Hotet, Maesteg 205 TROEDYRHIW-GARTH, Near MAESTEG. CROSS COTTAGE POULTRY FARM (Three Minutes' Walk from Troedyrhiw-Garth, G.W.R. Station). SALE of High-class POULTRY, INCUBATORS, FOSTER MOTHERS, POULTRY HOUSES, and all Necessary Equipments to carry on the Business of a Modern Poultry Farm. 1M'R. GEORGE THOMAS has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Farm, on WEDNESDAY, the 16th day of MAY, 1917, the whole of the STOCK-IN-TRADE, EQUIPMENT, &c., Roughly comprising'— 200 HEAD of POULTRY of the following ——' breeds:—BuS and White Orpingtons, White Wyandottes, White Leghorns, including 2 Leghorn and 2 Wyandotte Cockerels from tha nrst pen in the 1915 American Laying Competi- tion 1 Large Poultry. House, 75 feet x 12 feet x 12 feet (divided into 6 Pens and Storehouse), S zsmail poultry iiouses w]tn bcratchtng Pens combined; Incubators, Foster Mothers, 1 Cram- ming Machine, a Large Quantity of Wire Net- ting, about 12 Squares new 5'8th Match Board- ing, Posts, &c., &c. Orders to view may be obtained from the Auctioneer. Sale to commence at 2.30 sharp. For Further Particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, 8 Commercial Street, Maesteg. 204 THE MARKET, MAESTEG. SALE OF GROCERY STOCK. FIXTURES, AND UTENSILS. TM[R. GEORGE THOMAS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. E. Jones (who is giving up business), to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above address, on TUESDAY, the 22nd day of MAY, 1917, the whole cf the STOCK-IN-TRADE, TRADE UTENSILS, and roughly comprising:—76 6-lb. Tins Corned Beef, 29 Dozen Various Salmons; 24 Dozen John West Salmon, 19 Dozen Various preserved Tinned Fruit, 30 Tins Rabbit, 10 Dozen Her- rings, 20 Dozen Skipper and other Sardines, 3 Dozen Bottled Fruit, 216lbs. various Biscuits, 8 Dozen 21b. Pots Strawberry, Raspberry, and Black Currant Jams, 6 Dozen Nestles Milk, 12 Dozen Packets Candles. 2 12!gallon Casks Vine- gar, 100 Bottles Vinegar, lOOIbs. Starch, 32 Dozen 2d. Polishes, 2 Counters, Backwali Fixtures, Desk, 4 Provision Scales and Weights, 1 Plat- form Scale-, 2 Provision Stand-. Bacon Slicer, Cheese Stand, Butter Dishes, 1 Hand Cart, &c., &c. Sal" to Commence at ELEVEN .o'clock sharp. On view Morning of Sale, or by appointment. For Further Particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, 8 Commercial Street, Maesteg. 206 A.THONEERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS. MESSRS. MICHAEL DAVIES & CO., SALE FIXTURES. May 16th.-Sale of Furniture and Effects next Wednesday, at 40 Newcastle Hill, Bridgend. May 23rd.—Sale of a Valuabie Lot of Household Furniture and Effects at 25 Mer- thyrmawr Road, Bridgend. May 30th.—Sale of Leasehold Properties at the Walnut Tree Hotel, Aberavon. May 31st.-Sale of'Large and Well Situate Busi- ness Premises, at Pontycymmer. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. 40 NEWCASTLE HILL, BRIDGEND. NEXT WEDNESDAY. MESSRS. MICHAEL DAVIES & CO., F.A.I., have received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Address, on WEDNES- DAY NEXT, the 16tk day of MAY, 1917, the whole of the FURNITURE & EFFECTS. Comprising: A Large Solid Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Hair-seated Arm and Other Chairs, Valiitit Overmantel, Kitchen, Arm and other Chairs, Oak Kitchen Dresser, Oak and other Tables, a Quantity of Glass and Ware, 2 Iron Bedsteads, a Feather and a Millpuff Bed, Wash- stands and Dressing Tables, a Wha-tnot, Toilet Glass, Fencers and Fire Irons, Pictures, Orna- ments, &c., &c. Sale a.t TWO o'clock. 208 SALE OF VERY SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. 25 MERTHYRMAWR ROAD, BRIDGEND. MESSRS. MICHAEL DAVIES & CO. (F.A.I.) have received instructions from Mr. Tudor (who is being called up to the Army), to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Residence, on WED- NESDAY, the 23rd day of MAY. 1917, the whole of his Well-Selectfd and Superior Lot of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS. Comprising: A very fine Chesterneld Divan Suite, upholstered in Hair, new last September; a Solid Mahogany Telescope Table, with Two Inlets; Side and Occasional Tables; Cane, Arm, and other Chairs; a 6ft. Oak Sideboard, with large Glass Back; Brass Curbs, Fenders, and Brasses to match; a lot of Water Colours and Steel Engravings, in Oak Frames; Carpets, 3 x 3!; Hearth Rugs, Bay Window Brass Rods and Curtains, from Morgans, The Hayes, CardiS; Oak Hall Stand, Oval Gilt Pier Glass, Oak and Walnut Centre Tables, Flower Stands and Pedestals, a Handsome Tea Set, Part Dinner Service, and a Quantity of Glass Ware and Kit- chen and Cooking Utensils, Kitchen and Other Tables, a Child's Tricycle with Rubber Tyres, a Doll's Perambulator, &c., Ac.; a Solid Oak 6ft. Bedroom Suite, comprising: 2 Handsome Duchesse Tables, Wardrobe, 2 Chairs, etc.; a whole Brass Bedstead, a Hair Mattress, Feather Bolster and Pillows; Oak Overmantel, a hand- some Set of Bedroom Ware and Ornaments, Hearth Rugs and Mats, a Single Bed, with Wire Mattress attached; Wool Overlay, Feather Bolster (all quite new); a Cradle, a Painted Chest of Drawers, Linoleum, a Brass and Black Bedstead, Wire Mattress, Wool Overlay, and Painted Bedroom Suite, &c., &c. Sale will Commence at TWO o'clock. For Further Particulars apply to the Auc- tioneers, at 15 Wyndham Street, Bridgend. 209 CORLANNA, ABERAVON. MESSRS.- MICHAEL DAVIES & CO., F.A.I., are instructed to SELL bv PUBLIC AUC- TION at the Walnut Tree Hotel, Aberavon, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th day of MAY, 1917, at 7 o'clock in the evening, subject to such condi- tions as shall then be produced, the under- mentioned desirable LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES: Lot 1.—All that Dwelling House, Number 4 CORLANNA, ABERAVON, now in the occupa- tion of Mr. Edwards, at a Rental of 7/- per week. The Landlord paying rates. Held under a Lease for a term of 86 years from the 25th day of March. 1862. at a yearly ground rent of .22 2s. There is a right-of-way from the premises sold to the main road over the passage in front of the adjoining premises, in respect of which right-of-way an annual rent of 5/- is paid. The House, which is well built and in ex- cellent repair, stands well back from the road. It has a double-frontage, and contains on the ground noor 4 rooms, and on the nrst floor 4 bedrooms. The back premisea are enclosed, and there is access from the back road. Lot 2.—All that substantially built and well arranged Dwelling House known as Number 5 CORLANNA, held for a term of 99 years, less one day, from the 23rd day of November, 1870, at a ground rent of .86 per annum. The House is detached, standing well back from the road in its own ground of more than a quarter of an acre. The front and two side walls are of Polled stone work, the front having Bath stone dressings, and the whole of the work has been most substantially carried out. "There are 4 rooms on the grolwd 0oor, and 5 rooms on the &rst noor. The Premises are now occupied by Mr. W. J. Thomas at a rental of 10/- per week, the Landlord paying all rates. Water is laid on the both Lots, and they ara drained into the town sewer. For Further Particulars apply to the Auc- tioneers, at their OiBoes, 15 Wyndham Street, Bridgend; or to Mr. M. A. JENKINS, 210 Solicitor, Aberavon. SALE of VALUABLE LEASEHOLD BUSI- NESS PROPERTIES at PONTYCYMMER. Re CALEB DAVIES (DECEASED). ON MAY 31st. 1917. TEASEHOLD SHOP, 13 OXFORD STREET, let on Lease, 18 years unexpired, at .652 a years. That LARGE DOUBLE.FRONTED PREMI- SES late in the occupation of the Deceased, 47 OXFORD STREET (with Vacant Possession). Particulars next week. Messrs. MICHAEL DAVIES & CO., F.A.I., Auctioneers. Solicitors: Messrs. DAPHO L. POWELL & CO. 207 MR. J. R. THOMAS YSTRADOWEN AUCTION MART. MONDAY, MAY 14th, at 12.30. 35 FAT CATTLE AND CALVES. 200 FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS. 30 GOOD COUPLES. 30 FAT AND STORE PIGS. T RICHARD THOMAS, Auctioneer. ? 156 National Egg Collection !or the Wounded. 10 0 0 0 0 -0m0" NÉv-LÅID EGGS WANTED WEEKLY FOR OUR SOLDIERS AND SAILORS IN HOSPITALS. PLEASE CONTRIBUTE. Every Egg wilt Help. Contributions most gratefully received every SATURDAY MORNtNG between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., at the NOLTON INSTITUTE, BRIDGEND. 716 — Advertise in the "Glamorgan Gazette.- If you want to sell, buy, or exchange, you, cannot do better.
PENCOED. f Musica! Successes.—At the recent school ex- aminations of the Associated Board of the R.A.M. and R.C.M., held at CardiS, the follow- ing pupils of Miss Canna C. Davies were suc- cessful :—Primary Division, pass (piano), Enid E. Powell and Annie M. Butler. Also at th< local centre examination Miss Davies was her- self successful in passing the Intermediate Grade for Violin Playing. She is a pupil of Mr. Garforth Mortimer, The City Violin School," Cardin. 224 Sotdier's Death.—Pte. W. H. Watkins enlisted in the 4th South Wales Borderers on Aug. 21st, 1914-his birthday. His next birthday (his 23rd) was spent at the Dardanelles, and the following day this bright young soldier fell on the field of honour. No dennite news came from the War Office for a long time, but now the sad official intimation has reached his father, Mr. David Watkins, Brick Row. Pte. Watkins was a mem- ber of the Pencoed Football Club for years, and plaved in the year when his team were runners- up for the T. D. Schoneld Cup. Parish CouncH.—A meeting of Pencoed Pariah* Council was held at the Public Hall on Monday evening, Mr. W. H. Pickering presiding. There were also present: Messrs. Thos. Thomas, Lemuel Lewis, Idris Jones, Thos. Edwards, and J. T. Salathiel. In the matter of allotments, the clerk was directed to issue notices warning people against trespass on the allotments. The Council connrmed the action of the sub-commit- tee in purchasing a spraying machine from the Board of Agriculture, at a cost of .83, for the purpose of spraying potato crops in July.—It was decided to fix the. rents of the allotments at lOd. per per
ST.MARYHtLL. The Winning Numbers in the drawing for the benefit of Albert Edwards, St. Mary HiU, near Bridgend. are as follows:—11; 449; 13; 195; 165; 170; 18: 20; 434: 153.
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CEFN CRtBBWR. Death.Ve regret to record the death, on April 18th, at the age of 49, of Mrs. Margaret Davies. wife of Mr. John Davies, Brig-y-Fran, Cefn Cribbwr.—The funeral, which took place on the following Monday in the Burial-ground adjoining the Siloam Chapel (of which place of worship deceased had been a faithful member for a number of years), was largely attended. Rev. E. Davies, Aberkenng, omciated. The chief mourMrs were: Mr. John Davies (widower), Mrs. Bender and Miss Phyllis Davies (daughters). Lewis, Edgar, Willie (sons), and many other relatives. Gunner David Davies, second son, who is on active service in France, was on that account unable to attend.
COtTY. Certificate of Honour for Coity Hero.—Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Williams, of Angelton (late of Pare Gwyllt Cottages, Coity), have received from Dr. R. H. Mills Roberts, Lieut.-CoL, 131st Field Ambulance, a letter enclosing a certin- cate of honour to commemorate the splendid devotion to duty of their gallant son, Mr. T. David Williams, who sacrificed his life while endeavouring to help others during the attack BY the 38th W<*ish Division in Mametz Wood on July 12thv1916. The eertincate runs as follows —This is to certify that No. 48494 Pte. Thos. David Williams. R.A.M.C., 131st Field Ambu- lance, distinguished himself on the following oc- casion, from 7th to 12th July, 1916, when on the Sommp he carried wounded under heavy shell IT under heavy sliell nrp fti}"72 hours without rest, and was killed on 12th Julv. when returning to Mametz Wood to collect wounded. J. G. Hill (Colonel), A.D.M.S., 38th Welsh Division; C. J. BIackade (Major- General), Commanding 38th Welsh Division. In the Field. Date 19/3/1917/'
NOTICES. MANOR OF OGMORE, IN THE COUNTY OF GLAMORGAN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Court Leet with View of Frankpledge, and the General Court Baron ot our Sovereign Lord the King, Lord of the Manor of Ogmore, will be held at the Petican tnn, Ogmore, in the said Manor, on MONDAY, the 14th day of MAY, 1917, at 6.30 in the Evening, when and where all Persons who owe Suit and Service to the said Court are required to attend and pay their respective Quit and Chief Rents, Fines and other payments due to the Lord of the said Manor. S. H. STOCKWOOD, I STEWARP. Bridged. 27th April, 1916. 86 GLAMORGAN WAR AGRtCULTURAL COMMITTEE. NOTICE TO FARMERS. TN view of the very urgent necessity for large increase in Food Production, Farmers are asked to consider the urgent necessity for em- ploying Female Labour, and it is desired to especially remind them that under the arrange- ment with the Government Departments, the employment of Female Labour does not preju- dice the position with reference to Military re- quirements of any man in their employ. 125
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PENYBONT ..RURAL DtSTRtCT COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Peny- bont R.D. Council was held ou Saturday last, there being present: Mr. Rees John (in the chair). Colonel J. 1. D. Nicnoll, Rev. T. D. Bevan, and Messrs. J. T. Salathiel, George Jeanes, Jenkin Jones, D. Daniels, Thos. Pre&- cott, T. Dunn, Wm. Butler, W. A. Howell, Thos. Morgan, Howell Williams, John Evans, and Thos. Da-fiee, with the clerk (Mr. R. Harmar Cox), and other omcers of the Council. Concerning Attotments.—Authority was re- ceived from headquarters for the compulsory entry on certain lands at Pencoed, Aberkenng, etc., for the purpose of garden allotments, but it was pointed out that the Council had not waited for this, and that the lands in question had already been entered on—happily, or pre- cious time would have been lost.—The County War Agricultural Committee wrote offering the gratuitous services of several practical horticul- turists as advisers on the general management of allotments.—Mr. T. Butler Too late; most of our allotments are planted.—The Clerk (Mr. R. Harmar Cox): But the after-care of the gar- dens!—Mr. W. A. Howell pointed out that they already had an excellent mentor in the person of Mr. Chas. Yeo, who was handling the, work very capably, and was always very willing and ready to go smywhere to advise allotment holders.—Col. Nicholl moved, and it was car- ried, that the County Council be thanked for their oner, but told that they were already using the County Councils own expert. Cohection of Refuse.—The Local Government Board wrote suggesting various methods of meeting the amenities likely to be met with in these days of .shortage of labour in regard to the highly important work of collecting household refuse—work which was now recognised by the Director-General of rational Service as of national importance. It was intended to include scavenging in the next list of certined occupa- tions, but meanwhile there were certain direc- tions in which economy of labour could be effected. Householders shouJd-bo asked to mini- mise the waste as far as possible. Paper and certain other articles, which were now valuable, might be collected separately, and as much as possible of the rest should be burnt. Then, collections might be made at less frequent inter- vals, and, lastly, female labour might be util- ised.—The Clerk: Is the refuse divided?—Mr. Eiryn Davies (sanitary inspector): No, sir; though paper is now, according to the local Press, worth 3s. 6d. a hundredweight.—Mr Thos. Morgan: It won't pay the contractors to separ- ate refuse for 3s. 6dt a hundredweight.—Mr. Thos. Davies suggested that the separation of the refuse could be done by the householders themselves.—Cor: Nicholl moved, and it was re- solved, that the inspectors be instructed to act on the suggestions contained in the letter, and report to the Council. Computsory Sanatorium Treatment for Tuber- cutosis.—The Council's support was asked, by the Insurance Committee of the County Coun- cil, for a proposed measure conferring powers on local authorities for the putting into sanatoria of all persons suffering from tuberculous, and retaining them there till the expiration of the treatment.—Mr. Howell asked whether this was not going too far. Was it not possible for a per- son living in a roomy house to be as effectively isolated, and to receive as adequate treatment, as in a santorium ?—Col. Nicholl understood not. Medical opinion seemed to be that proper isola- tion in the ordinary house was virtually impos- sible. At the same time, a resolution of this kind was merely academic and Utopian, inas- much as if it were carried out it would necessitate the expenditure of a sum equal to half the national debt. He moved. Rev. T. D. Bevan seconded, and it was carried, that a reply be sent approving of the principle of the resolution, but pointfng out its impracticability at the present time. Maternity Centre.—The Council having asked its district visitor to furnish ngurea boa-ring on the comparative merits of brea.st and bottle feeding for infants. Nurse Rouse (No. 1 Dis- trict) wrote that it was impossible to tarnish such ngures. A maternity centre for the dis- trict would be necessary for the purposes of the comparison suggested. A maternity centre would undoubtedly be a great boon, and she undertook to form one at Kenfig Hill, where she beloved' a couple of rooms, which were all that would be required, could be had for noth- ing. ("Oh!")—Mr. Jenkin Jones said he thought a couple of rooms could undoubtedly be got in Kenng Hill for nothing, for this par- ticular purpose. They were a generous folk in Kenng Hill. (Laughter.)—Mr. W. A. Howell: The work is incomplete unless we have the data for -making comparisons.—On the motion of Mr J. T. Salathiel, it was resolved to give Nurse Rouse authority to form a maternity centre at Kenng Hill as an experiment. Housing Conditions at Kenfig Hi)!.—The Aberbaiden Lodge of the S.W.M.F. wrote urg- ing the Council to prepare a town planning scheme for Aberkenng, to be ready immediately after the war.—Mr. Jenkin Jones explained that. of the X20,000,000 which it was under- stood the Government were going to lend for this purpose, the Lodge hoped to secure.i .85,000,000 for Wales. In Kenng Hill there were hundreds of workmen forced to live out- side the district because they could find no ac- commodation within it. Others had had notice to leave, and were now seeking houses in Aber- avon and elsewhere. There was'also a danger- ous amount of ovrerowding in Kenfig Hill. They could really do with 200 houses straight off. MisceHaneous.—Answering a member. Mr. Eiryn Davies, sanitary inspector, aid the Maesteg Sewage Outfall Works were very b&d, most of the wwage4nding its way somehow into the river.—In reply to a complaint by Mr Thos. Prescott as to the shortage of water at Aber- kenfig and Kenng Hill, Mr. Davies said when the new supply was available the two districts named would be better supplied than for years past.
HEOLYCYW. Sotdiers' Letters.—As these lines are dis- patched, letters arrive from Sgt. Idris Warren, A., Se Sapper W. B. Hawkins, R.E., and Pte. LI. A.S.GCr., iSiths, R.L.F. All three are in France, and write so optimistically of the outlook on the Western front that we hope to give a few extracts from these letters next week. Sotdir's Loss of Arm.—We much regret to re- port that Mr. Tom Hopkins, Llanharan, and who up to September, 1914, was a valued and exceedingly popular teacher on the staff of Heolycyw Council School, recently underwent amputation of the right arm at Lincoln Hospi- tal, in consequence of injuries received in action in France. Gardens and AHotments Association.—At a genera) meeting of this Association, held at the Plough Assembly Room last Saturday evening, there were 49 present out of a membership of 70, and rules, drafted and recommended by a su.b-committee. were adopted with a few modin- sii,b-c,,omni i ttee,, Maddock, the able and energetic secretary, reported that he had secured four additional tons of seed potatoes, and that an ample supply of cabbage plants would be shortly received from Messrs. Toogood. Attention waa called to unfair interference on the part of a certain individual with a Belgian refugee who had applied for, and been granted, an allot- ment. and it was agreed that the committee deal forthwith with the matter. Parish Meeting.—A parish meeting, convened by seven electors, was held at 0)d Bethel on the 2iid inst. The minutes of the annual parish meeting, held some wks ago, were read and confirmed. The clerk, in reply to an inquiry, said the annual meeting was attended by four persons, viz., two members of the Parish Coun- cil, the clerk, and a non-elector. Mr. John Evans inquired if the usual statutory notices of the meeting had been posted, and was in- formed that one notice was placed on the Church board, and. another in a shop.