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D-NW-d- A;t-u-M-d-f- P I- G -kwC-O-f-f-I-C-t -L'g-WI & A °t'A t -eg¡stered -;G- Recognised Advertising Medium for Parliamentary, Government, Bank, Company, Official, County, Legal & Auction Announcements. l Poet Office ? a ??pap.r. I _=":='==:=:==:-==- -+ ￼ -+ ￼ SALES BY AUCTION. Sale To-Night I PEMBROKESHIRE. Sale of Freehold and Leasehold DwflliDg Houses, situated in Rather Lane, Haverfordwest, and Little Haven. BASIL JONES HAS been instructed to offer for S-tia by Auction Ft at the MARINERS' HOTEL, llaveiford- went. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1919, at 7 o'clock in the evening, the following FREEHOLD & LEASEHOLD PROPERTY: jigt Lot I.-Sui)stantialli -built Dwelling House, 86 totfctd-^ewt^rfBgoB tbe Ground Floor, Diniug "Boom and Kitobeu on the ft rut fljor, 3 bedrooms), together with a large Garden, 3-Hal I Stable, large Shed, suitable for Garage, adjoining which ere walls for another Shed, Pfgs* Cut, and usual out- houses. These premises are held under Lease for an unexpired term of 36 years at the low ground rent of X5 58 per annum (income tax repayable). Lot 2. Freehold Dwelling House iu Little Haven, situated on The Square, now vacant, con- taining on the Ground Floor, large Dining Room Kitchen and Bakehouse; on the 1st 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 compietiou of parchMe. Lot 3.-Freeftold Cottage, 27, Rather Lane, con- taining Parlour and Kitchen on the Ground Floor, and 2 Bedrooms ou the let floor, together with usual out-bouses and large Garden, let on a weekly tenancy to Mr James Harriet. Lot i.-Freeho)d Cottage and Garden, No. 31 RUTher Lare, with same accommodation as Lot 8, let to Alisn Mary Bowen as weekly tenant. Lot 5 -Freebold Cottage and Garden, 35 Rutlier Lane, wib accommodation as above, let to Mr Powell as weekly tenant. Lot 6-Freehold Cottage and Garden, 43 Rutber La-ae, with similav accommodation, let to Mr Hart as weekly tenant. A'l the above housf" ;■] cottages are in good repair. The roofs of h.V. cottage* being dry bilet!, they can easily be reiMved without beinti damaged, so tnat tbe boaacs 4a*y be raised if desired. As 40 Lot 6, tbia Cottage has quite recently lietji-tenovated, a new Staircase having been erected in the psa-,age and the yard cemented, white a new Inspection Chamber* has been put therein. Lot 2, being very conveniently situated in the rising seaside resort 01 Little Haven, should I prote a very profitable investment. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Messrs. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Soiiotorts. Haverfordwest. Old Bridge, Haverfordwest, Nov. 14th, 1919. 491b By Direction of Captain John Harvey, R.N. PEMBROKESHIRE. li Miles from Haverfordwest 8iation, G.W.K., 7 Miles from Milford and 9 Miles Irom Neyland. FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES, In tbe Hamlet of St. Martin, Haverfordwest, comprising A CAPITAL MIXED HOLDING, S LADE HALL, "itb gpod FARMHOUSE, HOMESTEAD & COTTAGE, together with SMALL PASTURE HOLDING, LITTLE SLADE, the whole extending to upwards of 115 ACRES. There is a valuable bed of Pottery Clay on the Property. FOR SALE BY AUCTION BY MESSliS. KNIGHT, FRANK Sf: RUTLEY, A T the MARINERS -HOTEL, llA VERFORD. M WEST, on SATURDAY, tha 17th day of JANUARY, 1920, at 2.30 p.m. (unless previously sold privately) AS A WHOLE OR IN TWO LOTS AS UNDER: Lot 1—SLADE HALL AlOo 2 2G „ 2-LITTLE SLADE 9 3 28 A115 2 It Solicitors: Mestrs. Eaton Evaus & Williams, Haverfordwest. Laud AgentsMessrs. James Thomas & Son, Haverfordwest. Auctioneers :-Yesrs. Knight, Frank & Rtitley, 20. Rin nvf-r W.I. 5-1h Sale To-morrow! HAVERFORDWEST. Highly i.-rp)rtart SAle of excellent Household Furni ure, Ac. (Removed from residences in the County of Pem- broke for convenience of Sile). MR. WILLIAM JONES HAS h"eu instructed to Sell br Auction n'; the M A SON IO I I A f, rJ, Ilavei fordwes', on THURSDAY, DECEMBER llxh, 1919, %a'nable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and other Effects, comprising :— A. very superior large Oak Sideboard with Piute Glass Panel luck, Dining Room Chiffioner. Oak Roll Top D6k, Dining Room Suite iu Green Velvet consisting of Couch. 2 easy and 4 ordinary Chairs, bigb-(-.Iass Chesteifield Velvet Sui!e, in- cluding large Settee with drop-end. 2 easy and 4 Queen Anne Chairs; 2 Leather Dining Room Suites, consisting respectively of Couch, 2 easy and 4 small Chairs; OJk Gate-leg Table. Mahogany Dining. Pembroke End Occasional Tables, balf- t'czen Mahaganj-framed Dining Rocm Chairs in Leather, Wicker and Occasional Chairs. Oik, Wral »>ut and Gilt (hermantEls and Pier Glasses, Spirit Stand, Pictures, Ornaments, Perambuliior. Marble C ocks, Barometer, Carved O,j,k Bedroom Suite, consisting of Wardrobe, Dress;ng Chf st an(,, M.;Li b'e Top WA-llfltIUld; 3 f("et Oik Bedrcom S'ii -.P, com- prising Wardrobf, Dressing Chest and Marble Top Wrtnhstnnc5 fnil-s'zs Oik Bt (i-tf ad and Box Mat- f-ill-sine aal medium -motitilei Iron Be '.steucR Wire and Wool Mtittrei-sas, 2 Fe a ther J>ed-«, Mahogany and other Clefts of Drawers, Mahogany pnd other Drpssiry Tables aud Wesh- xtsnds, Toiler G'ftsees, Toilet Wp\rp. Carpet*, Hup, Linoi-um, together wish the usual Kit, ben Furni- lure and Uttueils which iuciu ie Drepser, Tilbies,) Chairs, and othpr articles. AIo Old Oak Chest, large Antique Bookcase, touch, Roulette Tulle, j 0:1 V ew Morninf of Sale. to commence at 1.0 o'clock punctually. Tt rm" Cn-h. Buckingham House, Ilaveifurd,,vcs!, -Nov. 23. lH)- ,j:) i". •>•> V\ PIANO BARGAINS — VE?ABLES Uprial.t pPii..ii,? MURDOCH Upright Piano, 'ULLARD ? COLLAKO Grand. i'G5 &n!.SOM BAUNETT SAMUEL ORGAN £11); P-ajor Piano, 1*150 PIANOfi'A," i'lO A l instrument* guaraiveed and dtlivered arrive mid. Wiifc* for ('rotnp'e' catalogue »■« d ''»rg-i-<.i to C. MILSOH A* SON, Tiie ■ G-mt West > f Eng'a. d L'tino Home, li, r lfct, H.:b. ;;3;)') SALES BY AUCTION. SALES fJ Y AUCTION. HAVEftFOHDWEST- Sale of lalusb!a.Fret-buld Property, all in the Town of Haverfordwest. EVANS & ROACH ARE instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the TEMPERANCE HALL, Haveiford wt at, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1919. at 530 p.m., tie following FREEHOLD PROPERTY. liot I.-KENSINGTON HOUSE, situate Tower Hill, containing, Btsemtut Kitchens. Pantry, Cellars, W O ground floor: 3 Jaiga Reception Room", 2 EutiaLce Halis; 1st floor: 3 Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Bathroom and W.C.; 2nd floor: 3 Bedrooms, Dtessiug Room and Box Room, also A,tic.-i. Trie premise* are oc-.iupied at present as Ofllces by H.M. Office of Works on a yearly teuancy at a r-htai of t70. This Lot will also include Coach House, 3-Stall Stable, Saddle Room aud other Bail.iiugs, together with small Liwn aud Greeunouse at the rear. There is also reserved a right-bf-wdy oror Carriage Drive entrance from Barn Street. Lot 2.-Large Garden at the rear cf L::t 1. in- cluding a Lean-to Glass House, about, 40 by 15 feet, with Heating Apparatus. The house is divided into two, one bait being btocke-1 with 5 Vines. The whole is now in the occupatiou of Mr. Varley ag yearly tenant at a rental of EI5. Lots 1 and 2 will, in the first instance, be offered in one LJt, and if not sold, then teparately as above. Lot 3.—Dwelling House anl Garden, No. 1, Call tie Terrace, containing Basement-Cellar ground floor: Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, W.C. and usual Out- offices; lst^fljor: Drawing Room, 2 Bedrooms; 2ud floor: 2 Bedrooms and Box Room, and now in the occupation of Mr. W. G. Rowlands at a rental of i'20 par annum. Lot 4. —Dwelling House and Garden, No. 2, Caeiie Terrace, containing similar accommodation to Lot 3, and now occupied by Mrs. Venting at a yearly reiit of 122 10g. Ln 5.— D.oiling Hou^eand Garden, No 3. Ci6stle Teri ise. t o utlining similar accommodation to Lot 4 with an additioul \V. C. ou 1st floor, in tha occupa- tion of Rev. W. R. Lewis at a yearly reut of £ 22. L It 6—Garder, Hitnated iu the Haggard, occupied by Mr. Dricnrng, at a rental of 1*1 per aniium. Toe Houses uri substantially built and are situated on a high and dry elevation. For further particulars apply to the AUCTIONEERS, Mi.ford Haven, or lo Messre. PRICE & SON, 57311 Solici o,-g Haverfordwest. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SOLVA FIRST ANNUAL SALE Will take place in THE SECOND WEEK IN JANUARY, OF LIVE STOCK, FURNITURE, EFFECTS, Ac i MR. W. PRICE. Bryn Awel (my Solva Agent), I will receive itirtber Fntrieg. 582b L. REES OWEN, Auctioneer. PUBLIC NOTICES. a PEMBROKESHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. • VAGANCIES. HEAD TEACHERS. Grade. Salary. il.obee,ton W-tlien N.P. I Men £ 110—1210. Women 1100—1170. Llysyfran CI. ("Welsh I do. do. essential) Rudbaxton N-P II Men. £ 140—1270. Women 1130—1230. Nevcrn CI. (Welsh esseu- II do. do.1 tial). CERTIFICATED ASSISTANTS. Milford Council Girls' Men .1100—1200. Neyland Council Boys' ￼ Womcn £90 -?ICO. Goodwick Council Infan .LetterstOD N-P. UNCERTIFICATED. Men and Women 165—190.. Carew N-P. *St. Dogrnaels Cotinei I (NI). St. Dogmaels Couacil (I). -llrnwdy Council. Temple ton Council. -8t. Nicholas N-P. •Brynconiu CI. i'2>. •Llanrhian N-P. ♦Llanwnda CI. Milford N-P. (M). Martletsvy N.P. Rudbaxton N-P. Wolfscastle CI. Ludchurch CI. Welsh win be considered an extra quali- fication in these cases. Forms of Application should be in my bands by post J5th December. On receipt of a stamped addressed envelope, Forms of Application and Scale of Salaries can bo obtained from the under- signed, EVAN T. DAVIS, M,A., Director of Education, County Education Offices, 511b HAVE IIFOlto WEST. BOROUGH OF HAVERFORDWEST. CHRISTINAS MARKET. N OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I UilKlSlAlAS MARKET for. the Borough of Haverfordwest will be held on Tuesday, Pec. 23rd, 1919. II. W. D. WILLIAMS, Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Haverfordwest, 509b Nov. 17th, 1919. 509b ST. MARY'S CHURCH, FISHGUARD. A Christmas Trep Will be held at the COUNCIL SCHOOL, FISHGUARD, (By kind permission of the Managerp), On Friday, December 19, 1919 The function will be opened at 2 o'clock by LADY JONES, Peutower. Admission la. 357b I IT3 SAVES ITS COST SITUATIONS VACANT. STRONG reispectsble (jnrJ wanted for general