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SALES BY AUCTION. LIST OF SALES EVANS & ROACH, Auctioneers. November 27, BRIDGE STREET, HAVER- FORDWEST.—Household Furniture and Miscellaneous Effects, property of Mr. Mar- tin Phillips, who is removing his business to Prendergast Hill. o November 28, TEMPERANCE HALL, HAV- ERFORDWEST.-Freehold Houses situate Barn Street, Church Lane, and Dew Street. Auctioneers' Offices: Milford Haven and Haverfordwest. BETHANY FARM, NEAR MERLIN'S BRIDGE, HAVERFORD WEST, In the Parish of Hamlet St. Thomas. CLEAR OUT SALE OF LIVE STOCK, HAY AND IMPLEMENTS. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed by Mrs. Reynolds (who is leaving) A\ to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1919, the following LIVE STOCK: CATTLE.-8 choice Milch Cows, most of which are in full profit; 1 two year-old Bull, 2 three-year- old Bullocks, 4 two-year-old Steers and Heifers, 2 Yearling do., Aged Pony. SHEEP.—20 Breeding Ewes. HAY. 2 Ricks prime quality Meadow, harvested in excellent condition. IMPLEMENTS. Dogcart, Tumbrii Cart and Tripples, Trap Harness, Cart do., Ladder, 40 Corrugated Iron Sheets, 9 feet lengths, Qalvanized Hay Screws, Scales and Weights, Picks, Rakes, and usual Farm- ing Tools. DAIRY UTENSILS include Churn by Llewellin, Butter Worker, Separator, Butter Tub, Pans, and other numerous lots. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. Credit on Conditions. The Auctioneers invite attention to this genuine Clear-out Sale. Mrs. Reynolds is leaving and the whole will be sold without reserve. 472b BRIDGE STREET, HAVERFORDWEST. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &o• EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed by Mr. Martin Phillips (who is removing his business to Prendergast Hill), to Sell by Public Auction at the CYCLE SHOP, BRIDGE STREET, Haverfordwest, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1919, HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE Settee in Crimson Plush, Walnut Writ- ing Detk, Welsh Oak Bureau, Mahogany Dining TaWle, Rosewood do., Grandfather Clock, English 8-day Clock, both in going order; Chest of Dra wers, Old Oak Chest of Drawers, Grandfather Clockcase, Table 4ft. by 3ft. Bin., Iron Bedstead, Writing Case, Revolving Post Card Show Stand, large Fireguard, Chairs, Tables, several Fenders, Painting Easel, Oil Heating StoveJ Tea Trays, Meat Dishes. Cup- board, Wood and Tin Trunks, Ping Pong Table and Playing Set complete, Filter, large Perambu- lator, Folding do., China and Glass Ware, 2 Baths, Zino Pan, Books, Hat Pegs, etc. Miscellaneous Effects including Pitch Pine, Oak and Ash Timber, Saddle Stand, R. W. Gutters, 2 Slow Combustion Stoves, several Gas Heating Stoves, 2 Lawn Mowers, New Forco Pump, Avery Scales and Weights, Steps, Pannelle<: Door, Chain, new Galvanised Wire, Water Pump, Motor Tyre Pump, 200 Gallon Tank, 2 small Galvanized Tanks, Wheelbarrow, Cash Till, Rigway Grass Clipper, Enamel Mugs, W.C. Pan, Spoke Tapping Machine and numerous other lots. Sale to commence at 1.30 P-m- 478b Terms-Cash. 478b MILFORD DOCKS. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed by Messrs W. H. East and J-; A Green (who are dissolvina partnigrobip), to Sell by Public Auction at MILFORD DOCKS, FRI- DAY NOVEMBER 28tb, 1919, Fish Boxes, Market Utensils, Office Furniture, 2 Iron Safes, Stationery &c. Further particulars on posters. Sale to commence at 12 o'clook noon. 476b. HAVERFORDWEST. I Bale of Freehold Dwelling Houses ond Licensed Premises, all in the Town of Haverfordwest. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed to offer for SaIebyPabHc A Auction at the TEMPERANCE HALL, Haverf?dwest? FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1919, at 8 p.m., the following FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, LICENSED PREMISES & ACCOM- MODATION LAND. Lot 1.—Dwelling House and Shop, No. 68, rn' Street, Haverfordwest, in the occupation of Mr. H. G. Owen at an annual rent of ?14. togetborwith Stable and Sheds in the occupation of Mr. Morgau ai?MranLSw^ £ 2 1(*- °^ £4 4a. Od. respectively. ??s?S'o?ccup?ation ,o?f M?r". ?J. ?Llewon?yn Barn Street, in the occupation of Mr. J. Llewellyn at a yearly rent of f9. Lot 3.-Dwelling House and Premises, vr_ 79 Barn Street, occupied by Mrs. S. A. Jenkins oV In annual rent of £9. Lot 4.-The Licensed Premises known as the FOUR IN HAND," together with Yard, Stables and other Buildings, now held on Lease by Mr. James Williams for an unexpired term of 17 years from Maroh last at an annual rent of £12. Lot 5.-Dwelling House and Premises, No. 76, Barn Street, occupied by Mr. H. E. Rogers at a rent of £ 10 8s. per annum. Lot 6.-Dwelling House and Premises, No. 78, Bam Street, in the occupation of Miss Jijnes at the vearly rent of £ 10 8s. 0d. Lot 7.-Dwelling House, No. 1. Church Lane, late in the occupation of Mrs. Lucas at a yearly rent of £10. Vacant possession can be given of this lot. ?Lot 8.-Vwelling House, No. 3, Church Lane, occupied by Mrs. E. Davies at a yearly rent of £ 9 5s. 00. ?ot 9.-Dwelling House, No. 5, Church Lane, in the occupation of Mr. J. Wood at a yearly rent of £10 8s. Od. Lot 10.—Field in Soarrowscant Lane, containing about 2 acres 4 perches of Rich Pasture Land, ra the occupation of Mr. R. J. E. Price at a yearly ent 01 t8. ?o?-Two Fields, North side of Ruther Lane, containing about 2 acres 1 rood 18 perches of very productive Pasture Land, occupied by the Execu- tors of the late Mr. J. H. Bishop at a rental of jfilO 18a. Od. per annum. Further particulars may be obtained. of the Auctioneers, Milford Haven; or of MR. J. W. PHILLIPS, 179b Solicitor, Haverfordwest. SALES BY AUCTION. SALES BY'AUCTION. HAVERFORDWEST. SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the TEMPERANCE HALL, HAVERFORDWEST, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1919, at 3 o'olock in the afternoon. FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES: Lot 1.—Dwelling House and Garden, 12 Upper Market Street, containing 8 rooms, occupied by Mr. E. Lowe. Yearly rent, t20. Lot 2—Dwelling House, Shop and Garden, 14 Upper Market Street, containing Shop, together with 8 other rooms, occupied by Miss Page. Yearly rent, 916. Lot 3.—Dwelling House and Premises, IS Upper Market Street, containing 9 rooms, occupied by Mr D. Phillips. Yearly rent, .620. Lot 4.—Dwelling House and Premises, 20 Upper Market Street, containing 9 rooms, occupied by Mrs E. John. Yearly rent, £ 16 Lot 5 —Dwelling House, 2 Church Lane, occu- pied by Mr T. Evans. Rent, 4s. per week. Lot 6.-Dwelling House, 4 Church Lnne, occu- pied by Mr Alfred Thomas, at the weekly rent of 2s. 9d. Lot 7.-Dwelling House, 6 Church Lane, occu- pied by Miss Tasker at the weekly rent of 4s. Lots 5, 6 and 7 will be ;put up in one Lot, and if not sold will then be offered separately. Lot 8.—Dwelling House, 64 Dew Street, now vacant. Lot 9.-Dwelling House, 66 Dew Street, occupied by Mr Collins. Rent, 3s. per week. Rates on above Properties are paid by Vendors. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, Milford Haven or of Messrs. Eaton- Evana & Williams, Solicitors, Haverfordwest. 477b CLARBESTON lWAO. Unreserved Sale of Surplus Stock, including very choice Milch Cows, Young Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Harness, Traps, &o. PASIL JONES HAS been instructed by Messrs. R. W. Reid, T. M J. Harries and others, to Sell by Auction at the above plaoe on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1919, the following LIVE STOCK and other effects, comprising: 9 choice young Cross-bred Milch Cows (4 of which are expected to calve before day of Sale), 5 well-bred Incalf Heifers, 6 two-year-old Steers, Bay Cart Mare, 7 years old, about 15.1, stinted to Carmarthenshire Horse; Cart Mare, 3 yeara old, about 14.3, stinted to Corner Horse Chestnut Cob 4 years old, about 14.1, all of which are guaranteed good workers; 2 Cart Sucklings, Colt by Royal Glen, Filly by Rathby King of the Wolds, 7 young Shropshire Breedmg Ewes, 1 Yearling Kerrv JUif, Ram,,10 good Bacon Pigs, Pedigree large Yorkshire Boar, 5 months did, bred by Sir Gilbert Green hall MISCELLANEOUS. Ralli Dogcart with Cushions snd Lamps com- plete (equal to new), 2 stylish Rubber-tyred Gover- ness Cars, Rubber-tyred Ralli Car, new Sheep Rack, Two-horse Chaffing Gear. Butter Worker, 2 Sets lull size Trap Harness, 2 Sets Cob size ditto. Set Pony size Cart Harness, numerous lots of Ironmongery and Shop goods, including Rabbit Traps, Hay Forks, Tin Jugs, Cans, about 6 jdozea Pint Enamel Mugs, and other useful articles, s. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock punctually. Ctedit on Conditions. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, November 18th, 1919. 490b PARISH OF WISTON. Clear-out Sale of Cattle, Horsas. Sluap, Piga, Hay Implements, &o. BASIL JONES HAS been instructed by Mr Charles Lewis, who D is leaving the Farm, to Sell by Auction at LITTLE HARES HEAD, On WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER the 3rd, 1919. the whole of the following LIVE STOCK and other effects, oomprising: 5 choice young Milch Cows (one expected to calve before day of Sale and the others recently calved), 2 very promising Incalf Heifers, 5 two- year-old Steers and Heiters, 4 Yearling do., 4 strong Calves, 1 Bay Cart Mare, "Bell," 5 years old, 1 Cart Horse (both good workers); Yearling Gelding. Suckling Filly, 17 young Breeding Ewes, Yearling Ram, 2 good Bacon Pigs. IMPLEMENTS, &0. Threshing Machine in good working order, Horse Gear, Winnowing Machine, Reaper and Binder by Milwaukee, Mowing Machine by McCormick, do. by Hornsby, Cast Iron Rolier, Set 3-part Harrows, Hornsby Plough, Double Tom, Tumbril Cart and Tripples, Spring Cart. Cart Harness, Leading do., 3 Sets Plough do., Set Trap do., Churn by Liewellin, 4 Lead Milk Pans and Frames, Milking Tub, and numerous other Lots not mentioned, together with 2 Ricks (about 30 Tons) of good quality Hay in first-class condition. Sale to commence at One o'clock punctually. Credit on Conditions. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, Nov. 15tb, 1919. PEMBROKESHIRE. Sale of Freehold and Leasehold Dwelling Houses, situated in Ruther Lane, Haverfordwest, and Little Haven. BASIL JONES HAS been instructed to offer for Sale by Auction at the MARINERS' HOTEL, Haverford- west, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1919, at 7 o'clock in the evening, the following FREEHOLD & LEASEHOLD PROPERTY: Lot 1.—Substantially-built Dwelling House, 86 Portfleld (containing on the Ground Floor, Dining Room and Kitchen on the first floor, 3 bedrooms), together with a large Garden, 3-stall Stable, large Shed, suitable for Garage, adjoining which are walls for another Shed, Pigs' Cot, and UBMSI out- houses. These premises are held under Lease for an unexpired term of 36 years at the low ground rent of jE5 5i1 per annum (income tax repayable). Lot 2. Freehold Dwelling House in Little1 Haven, situated on The Square, now vacant, con- taining on the Ground Floor, large Dining Room- Kitchen and Bakehouse; on the JAt floor, 3 Bed- rooms, on the 2nd floor, ditto. The out-houses consist of W.C., Coal House and Store Room, with entrance from the back. Vacant possession) of Lots 1 and 2 can be given on completioa of, purohast> Lot S.-Freehold Cottage, 27, Ruther Lane, con- taining Parlour and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, and 2 Bedrooms on the 1st floor, together with usual out-hou80B and large Garden, let ona weekly tenancy to Mr James Harries. Lot 4.-Freehold Cottage and Garden, No. 31 Ruther Lane, with same accommodation as Lot 3, let to Miss Mary Bowen as weekls tenant. Lot 5.—Freehold Cottage and Garden, 35 Rather SALES BY AUCTION. Lane, with accommodation as above, let to eMr Powell as weekly tenant. ve, let to -,M r Lot 6.—Freehold Cottage and Garden, 43 Ruther Lane, with similar accommodation, let to Mr Had as weekly tenant. All the above houses and cottages are in good repair. The roofs of the cottages being dry tiled, they can easily be removed without being damaged, so that the houses may be raised if desired. As to Lot 6, this Cottage has quite recently been renovated, a new Staircase having been erected in the passage and the yard cemented, while a new Inspection Chamber has been put therein. Lot 2, being very conveniently situated in the rising seaside resort of Little Haven, should prove a >ery profitable investment. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Messrs. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Solictors, Haverfordweet. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, Nov. 14th, 1919. 491b SALES TO-MORROW. HAVERFORDWTST." Sale of a FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN with vacant possession. MR. WILLIAM JONES. HAS been instructed to Sell by Auction at the MASONIC HALL, on THURSDAY, the 20th day oi NOVEMBER, 1919, at 6.30 in the fvening punctually, the FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE and GARDEN, situate and beifig No. 10, NORTH CRESCENT, in the Parish of St. Martin, in the Town and County of Haverfordwest, lately in the occu- pation of Mrs. Mary John, deceased, but now vacant. The Premises contain: On the Ground Floor. Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, Out Offices, and Garden; and on the First Floor, 2 Bed- rooms. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, Buckingham House, High Street, or to W. J. JONES, Solicitor, Victoria Pace, Both of Haverfordwest. HAVERFORDWEST. t Important Sale of Substantial Well-made Household Furniture, etc. (removed from No. 10, Noth Crescent, ana other places). 'f MR. WILLIAM JONES HAS been instructed by the Representative of the late Mrs Mary John and others to Sell by Auction at the MASONIC HALL, on THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1919, Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other EF- FECTS, viz. A handsome Chesterfield Velvet Suite, comprising large Settee with drop end, 2 Easy and 4 Mahogany Queen Ann Chairs, a Dining Room Suite in Saddle Bags, c ul i tin of Divan Couch, 2 Easy and half- Ordi- nary Chairs; another Dining Room Suite in Leather, including Couch, 2 Easy and 4 Small Chairs, superior Solid Mahogany Couch in Horse Hair, half-a-dozen Solid Mahogany Din- ing Room Chairsin Horse Hair, half-a-dozen do. covered in Leather., Mahogany, Colour well made Chiffonier, several massi nGih Pier Glasses and Walnut Overmantels, Whatnot, Mahogany Pembroke and Occasional Tables and Chairs, Wicker Settee and Wicker Chairs, Child's Position Chair, Walnut Teapoy, Per- ambulator, Pathe Freres Gramophone in Oak Case and a quantity of Records, numeorus Pictures and Ornaments, Lamps, Full-size and Medium Brass-mounted Iron Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Wire Mattresses, Paillasses and Bedding, 4-feet Grained Oak Wardrobe, Pitch Pine Dressing Table and Washstand, Solid Mahogany and Painted Dressing Tables and Washstands, Mahogany and Pitch Pine Com- modes, Toilet Glasses, Toilet Ware, Towel Rails, Cane Chairs, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum, Chair Bedstead and Cushions, Cane-seated Chairs, Grained Oak Kitchen Dresser as new, Dinner Service, Umbrella Stand, Kitchen Tabled, Arm and Ordinary Kitchen Chairs, Clocks, and numerous other Articles. On view Morning of SaJe. Sale to com- mence at Two o'clock punctually. Terms— Cash. Auctioneer's Offices: Buckingham House, Haverfordwest, Nov. 4th, 1919. I 457b ST. DAVIDS. IMPORTANT SALE OF SIX FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND GARDENS. MR. L. REES OWEN AS been instructed to offer for Sale by Auction at the PROSPECT HOTEL, ST. DAVIDS on Wednesday, Nov. 26th, 1919, at 3 o'clock, subject to conditions then and there produced, all those SIX FREEHOLD COTTAGES and GARDENS called EMLYCH ROW, situate in Oakley Street, St. Davids, now Let to Good Tenants. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, St. Davids. 429b FREEHOLD PROPERTY, Known as the FOX AND HOUNDS, Sitaaie Hill Street, Haverfordwest(large back Premises) TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. Tenders to.be sent to D. HUGHES BROWN & WYNNE, Solicitors, Meyrick Street, PEMBROKE DOCK, on or before December 27tb, 1919. The highest or any Tender not necessarily, accepted. 489b TENDERS. COURT HOUSE AND COTTAGE, HAVERFORDWEST, j TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. Tenders to be sent- to the Secretary— T. H. PRICE, 26, Barn Street, On or before November tflth, 1919. The highest or any Tender not necessarily; accepted. Premises may be viewed in the afternoons. Everybody Reads the "Telegraph. SITUATIONS VACANT. -• »• ■■■—■ •— ■ ■ DRESSMAKING.—WANTED, an experienced U COAT HAND.-LteweHyn Phillips, Oeddaa HoaM,H)tter