Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
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LOST-Reward 10s.—Between Elm Tree- -Li avenue and Railway Station, on the 10th inst., a Gold Bracelet. Finder who will return to T. Ellis & Co., Terrace-road, will receive the above reward. a334 ——————————————————————. I !■■!— WANTED. "OOOT REPAIRER.—Wanted at once, good all-round man.—Apply with full particulars to Gwalia" Boot Stores, Thes- pian Street, Aberystwyth. a287 ANADA-Wanted, Farmers, Farm JQ Labourers and Domestic Servants. Work guaranteed.—Apply at the Cambrian -Vews Offices, Aberystwyth, Agents for the Allan Line and Pacific Canadian Railway -Company., ClENERAL wanted, immediately, experi- G enced, age about 23, plain cooking.— JMrs Vaughan Rees, The Bank House, Mill Hill, London, N.W. ( a280 GENERAL Servant Wanted £ 20- £ 28 *> not under 23 years; plain cooking -good referees essential. E," Jeannett»>s, Mill Hilt, N.W. a292 HOUSEMAID-GENERAL Wanted, res- -— pectable girl, under working housekeeper in small establishment should not be under 17 years of age and has had some experience in service.—Apply, Mr Percy Wilkinson, Wenallt, Crosswood, Aberystwyth. a318 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND AND TYPE P WRITING. Private and Postal In- struction. Classes Mondays and Fridays. ;Success guaranteed to workers.—D. Evans, South View, Llgnbadarn-roid, Aberystwyth. SAILORS AND FIREMEN WANTED. —The Shipping Federation will find .employment for suitable men; wages and bonus, f6 10s. Od. monthly railway fares .paid.—Apply, Mr D. Evans, 31, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. al56 TAILORS Wanted coat maker; also trouser and vest hand.—Apply, Edwards, "Tailor, Borth, S.O. a250 WANTED, Cooks, Waitresses, House- maids, Kitcbenmaids, and General ;Servants.—Mrs. Mackenzie, North Parade, Aberystwyth. al40 "07 ANTED, immediately, Errand Boy.— Apply, Cambrian News Office, Aber- ystwyth.. WANTED, a strong boy; constant work; pood wages.—Apply, Griffiths & Son, Market Street, Aberystwyth. al96 WANTED, Student Governess for Spring Term. Special advantages for Kinder- garten Training; Premium.—Apply, Principal, Kelland College, Leicester. -al2O WANTED, for their Aberystwyth Office, an experienced Clerk; thorough knowledge of Welsh essential. Apply, stating experience and salary expectea. to Cooke Bros. & Roberts, Auctioneers, New- town. a256 W ANTED, immediately, situation as Cook good references.—Apply, 199, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. a335 TIJ ANTED, at once, for the Plynlymon> Victoria Marine Terrace, Kitchen maid and Pantry maid.—Apply, Manager. a339 TTI7ANTED, a Hoyse-parlourmaid good references.—Apply, Mrs Bonsall, Fron- fraith, Aberystwyth. a3l5 WANTED, Young Lady from Towyn or neighbourhood, to assist part time, and later full time, in bookseller's shop.— Williams, Bookseller, Towyn. a317 T^TANTED, Unfurnished Flat, Marine- terrace, consisting of Drawing Room, Dining Room, and two Bedrooms perman- ency.—Apply, No. 192, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. a270 WANTED, two maids; Cook-general, age over 25 baking dressing poultry wages, XIS. Young Housemaid, washing', milking three cows; wages, £ 15.—Mr^ Clement Davies, Syclity;i, Llanbedr, Merioneth WANTED, Cook-general for small Hotel in Montgomeryshire; wages accord- ing to age and experience; interview if po"&ible.-Apply. 197,' Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. a303 TO BUTCHERS. WANTED, a supply of Pigs Plucks, weekly good price given.—Full particulars, Box No. 198, Cambrian News" Office, Aber- yst wyth. a306 NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES. WANTED, two junior clerks; Shorthand: W and typing necessary, commencing salaries 25/- and 15/- weekly respectively. Welsh fssential. Application must be made on a form which will be supplied by the Librarian on receipt of a stamped-addressed envelope. Aberystwyth, 3rd February 1915. a286 CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. BRYN ROAD COUNCIL School, Lampeter. WANTED, Certificated Assistant Teacher. Salary £ 80 per annum. Applications on Forms to be obtained from the undersigned on receipt of a stamped- addressed foolscap envelope, should be accom- panied by copies of three recent testimonials, and should reach me on or before Wednesday, 17th February, 1915. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Education, Aberystwyth. 3rd February, 1915. a284 NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES. PUPIL ASSISTANTS.—The Council in- vite applications for two appointments as Pupil Assistants in the Departments of Manu- script and Printed Books respectively. Applicants must be well educated young men who are willing to undergo a course of two years' training in Classification, Cataloguing, and Library organisation, and able to speak and write the Welsh language. Remuneration at the rate of zC50 for the first year and ifiO for the second year. Application must be made not later than February 27th on a form to be obtained from the Librarian, who will supply fuller information as to the appoint- ments. By order, JOHN BALLINGER, Librarian. .Aberystwyth, 8th February, 1915. a305 TO BE LET. HOUSE TO BE LET, Furui«hed, in North-parade, for six months or longer; three sit' ing rooms, eight bedrooms, bath- room, hot and cold piano; perfect sanitation side entrance.—Apply, 190, "CAmbrian News' Office, Abervsbwyth. a264 TO LF.T, No. 18. Cambrian street, Aber- ystwyth, (formerly Coachbuilders Arms); immediate I)essessi.)n. -Apply, David Roberts &Sons, Limited, Brewers. Aberystwyth. tt97 TO LET. immediate possession, Urge Shop and Premises in best positiou in Aber- ystwyth —Applv, Joseph Davies & Son. Solicitors. Aberystwyth. a804 TO LET, four or five unfurnished rooms in good area, for long or short period.— Apply, Box, No. 188, "Cambrian Newa" Offic;, Aberystwyth. a261 TO LET, good Farm, North Wales, centrally situated good markets; 150 acres, £ 1 per Acre, mostly pasture; low ingoing.—Further particulars, \V illiams, Penllyn Towyn. a279 _Õ'Kït. TO BE LET. ABERYSTWYTH.—One mile; superior furnished rooms to let; also furnished Cottage every convenience; nice garden.— Apply, Box No. 200, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. a338 A BERYSTWYTH.—Furnished House to let, suit Officer and family; central position sunny aspect; three guineas weekly. —Apply, Box 201, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. a340 PORTMADOC.—TO LET, commodious -L- Dwelling House and Shop; best position in town; 130, High-street (present occupier, Owen Pritchard, Saddler); moderate rental.—Apply, Griffiths, 3, Caroline-street, Briton Ferry. a337 TO BE LET or Sold, Greenfield House, — Goginan, with garden and outbuildings.— Apply, Andrew Mitchell, Moore Edge, Wan- lockhead, Dumlrieshire. a316 TO LET, from May 12th, No. 9, Caergog- terrace, Aberystwyth south aspect drawing and dining rooms, 6 bedrooms, good 'kitchen, separate wash-house, bath (h and c), Three years* tenancy.— Apply, 41, Great Darkgate-street. a308 TO BE SOLD. A Rex-Jap Motor Cycle and Coach-built Sidecar, very late 1914 Model, as new; Cost over £90 6 h. p. twin cylinder. countershaft 3-speed gear, kick starter, hand clutch, chain drive, new tyres, in grand condition. Owner never had a stop on the road. First cheque over £60 secures. A rare bar- gain. Can be seen and tried any time.-Apply to G. D. Roberts, 21, High-street, Carnarvon. 8302 LPOR SALE, double-fronted House best Jj part of Bridge-street), Aberystwyth good position for private or business purposes.— Apply, Joseph Davies and Sons, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a236 FOR SALE. or to be Let, a Freehold jU Cottage of 5 rooms, with large Fruit Garden; about 2 Miles from Ynyslas Station fishing and good shooting available.—Aoply, Mr 'Thomas Tanyrallt, Talybont, Cardigan- shire. z971 FOR SALE, recently-built Freehold' House; best part of North-road, Aberystwyth.— Apply, Joseph Davies and Sons, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a237 FREEHOLD Building Site for Sale Privately frontage 32 feet; Llangawsai, Llanbadarn-road, outside borougb; suitable house, cottages, stores, etc.—Owen, Fron- hyfryd, Aberystwyth. a210 FOR SALE, by the acre, about 50 acres of Oak Cordwood, situate near Capel Bangor.-Apply, Mrs Hughes-Bonsall, Glan Rheidol, Aberystwyth. a310 FOR SALE.—Extra good Shire Fillies, prize winners, three and four years old. Two black Bull Calves serving. Pedigree shorthorn bull calf ten months.—Particulars, Williams, Penllyn, Towyn. a278 F OR SALE. by private treaty, about 800 standing Oak Trees 12 Sycamore, and 7 Ash, adjoining main road between Barmouth and Penmaenpool.—Particulars, Box 179, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber-. ystwyth. KNITTING Machines! Knitting Machines! i\. Best home work of the century men or women, invalids or able-bodied, with per- severance find it the means of good regular employment; lessons free.— vV. Griffith [Est. 18711,30, Queen Street, Neath. a158 PATRIOTIC BADGES Flags, Union Jacks, Belgian, French, Allies in Silk, etc. Sample 12 for 8d, 3 dozen assorted 2s. —W. H. Jackson & Co., Grimsby. a309 PONTRHYDFENDIGAID. For Sale, a .L Freehold House and Garden with Bake- house attached.—Apply, Box No. 183, Cam- brian News Office, Aberystwyth. a230 M ORGAN ISAAC, Nurseryman, Goitre, —" Taliesin. Cardiganshire.—For Sale, 2,000 Fruit Trees four and five years old. Strong and Healthy, Bush and Standard, prices 1/6 each, twelve for 16/ twenty for 22/- Pears, Apples and Plum Trees; Larch, Scotch and Spruce, Thorns, Beach and Privets; Roses and Ornamental Trees and other kinds. a233 SHORTHORN OALVES for rearing from record Cheshire Milkers, by Pedigree Bulla. Quotations to any station; no fancy prices.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. v359 1Q1 K MOTOR CYCLES.—We are now It) booking orders for SUNBEAMS; exchangee entertained several secondhands for sale. Lists Free.-Sunbeam Depot, Ban- gor. al89 FOR SALE. TXTALLPAPERS from ld. per Roll, small YT quantities supplied at wholesale prices. Pattern Book sent free.—The Wallpaper tores, Smallbrook-street, Birmingham al28 TRE'RDDOL. PLAS PENRHYN.—This Desirable JL Freehold Residence for sale with immediate possession. House contains dining room, drawing room, kitchen, pantries and scullery, four bedrooms, W.C., hot and cold water, up and down stairs, stable and coach house; land on rent, if required Apply, Mrs. Jenkins, "Mertyn," Talybont, Cardiganshire. z966 SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. Farmen ean have the very best Balls or Heifers delivered to their nearest IltatlnB at very reasonable prices. Bred large framed, deep milting Oows Ry Pure Sired Sires.—Testimonials from all rarts of W&Ub.—A-ttply, F. B. Gill. Highgate, Whitchurch, 8alop. v241 MISCELLANEOUS. v- NOTICE. DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare tnd Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 NOTICE. IVTcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want i-fi Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, &c. Good prices given any quantity. h830 TMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every Mother who values the Health and Clean- liness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 44d and 9d postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent tor Aberystwyth W. M. Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-toad Dolgelley R. and G. Williams, Chemists, Queen's-square. z61 IMPORTANT TO ALL STOCK OWNERS. Keep your Stock free from all skin diseases. vermin, scurf, loss of hair, etc., by using1 the most reliable, valuable, and safe Non- Poisonous" Preparation, viz., CORRY'S TOBACCO POWDER. Approved by the Board of Agriculture, and made by CORRY and CO., Ltd.. at their Bonded Stores, Shad Thames, London, S.E. Free of Duty since 1866; and may be obtained from all Agricultural Chemists and Merchants in perforated tins, Is. and 2s. each. Cheaper in bulk. I, &46 I SALES BY AUCTION. THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. EARLY IN FEBRUARY. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF COSTLY FURNITURE AND EFFECTS Removed for the most part from a country residence. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, a224 Aberystwyth. Cooke Bros, a Roberts F.A.I' Etc. Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. Offices :—Old Post Office Chambers, Aber- ystwyth also at Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley and Newtown LIVERPOOL. AFTESAU SkA,1 sauj? all all Shaftesbury Tcmperance Hotel MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing St&ge Stoj at the Door. Telegrams Shaftesbury Hotel, Liverpool." Home like and Moderate. Welsh spoken. Hotel Gu/alia, Upper Wobnrn Place, LONDON, W C Cbntrall* Situated (within S minutes' walk of Eastoo Stablen and 20 minutes from Paddiogton Station by under gronnd to Ottwar-etreet Station). 130 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished. Panenger Lift to all floors. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend- anoe, 5a, each person. tetegratphto address Gwaltatel, London." Pelnphons 3648 Central. r.734 Managing Director, JOHN JENXW -NEW- St. David's Hotel, HARLEOH. Close to famous- Links and Seashore. Garage, Inspection Pit, Stables. Billiards. Exeellent Cuisine. Write for descriptive booklet. Finest Sea and Mountain Views. g855 Phone 17 THE Aberystwyth Motor Co.y Queen's Roadt Abei-ystit, yth. Agents for Wolseley, Sunbeam, Overland and Ford Cars, have for Sale the following Carsj 1914 Overland, 5-seater, 20-25 h.p. 1913 Ford, 5-seater, 20 h.p. 19^3 Ford. 5-seater, 20 h.p. 1913 Ford, 5-seater, 20 h.p. 1912 Darracq, 5-seater. 15-9 h.p. 1911 Coventry Humber, 5 seater, 10—12 h.p. One Beeston Humber, 20 h.p. One Wolseley Humber, 10-12 h.p. One Renault Humber, 14—20 h.p. Prices and particulars from above a214 Mr. R. GARDINER Land Agent, Valuer, etc., I CARADOG ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Arbitrations, Valuation and Reports, etc. THE SILENT HUDSON SIX-CYLINDER CAR, 25 h.p. No Starting Handle. Self-starting and Lighting. £ 47S complete ITOURING CAa TRIAL PUNS by GRAY JONES, Aberdovey. T el. No. 8. y89 205th gear of tht O JIM FIRE OFFICE FOUNDED 1710. THE OLDEST INSURANCE OFFlCE WORLD. ¡ Copied :iom Policy dated 11V. Insurances effected on the following risks FIRE DAMAGE. Resultant Loss of Rent and Profits, Employers' Liability & Workmen's Compensa- tion, including Accidents to Domestic Servants Domestic Servants Personal Accident. Sickness h Disease. Fidelity Guarantee. Burglary. Plate Glass, I Plate Glass. LOCAL AGENTS- ABERYSTWYTH Mr HUGH HUGHES Aberayron Mr Thos. Pugh, Paris House Bala Mr R. L. Jones Mount Place „ Mr J. R. Jordan Cardigan Mr D. Thomas Davies Dolgelley Mr Thomas P. Jones-Parry „ Mr J. Haydn Morris, N. & S. Wales Bank Llandyssul Mr J. R. Harris Llanon. Mr John. Thomas Lampeter Mr Wm. Dafies, 26, Bryri „ Mr H. W. Howell Llanbyther Mr D. Thomas, Blaonhirbant I Newquay Mr D. Meredith Jonce Sarnau Mr J. Nicholas I Talsarn Mr Llewelyn Davies Towuy Mr S, H. Daniel. *•>» V SALES BY AUCTION. TREES AND POLES on the PLAS MACHYNLLETH ESTATE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY good, straight, well-grown TREES AND POLES, viz:—9,070 Larch, 2,910 OAk. The trees are of large dimensions, and the poles will make excellent Pit Props. Offers will be received by the undersigned up to Monday, the 1st March, 1915. The highest ,or any offer not necessarily accepted. For further particulars apply to Mr. RICHARD GILLART, Estates Office^ » Plas, Machynlleth. a246 Cillart & Sons, ;1 Auctioneers. House and Estate Agea Valuers and Surveyors. J MACHYNLLETH, AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rgnts, Furniture, Farm lag Stock, and Timber etc., ander. taken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for jEstate Duty, Transfer, Mortgage, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and Plans prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected, J Property owners advised io -regard to the Provisional Valuations of their properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act 1910. Register of houses and lands to let and for Sale by Private Treaty t960 TENDERS MENAI BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. TO CONTRACTORS. THE above-named Council invite Tenders JL for the construction of an Open-air Reservoir, and providing and laying of Cast- iron pipes, Valves, etc., in connection with the W Mer Supply of Menai Bridge. Plans, Specification, and General Conditions, may be seen, and Form of Tenders and any further particulars obtained at the office of the said Council's Waterworks Engineer, Mr William Owen, Council Offices, Dale Street, Menai Bridge. The tenders to be sealed and endorsed "Tender for Reservoir" and be delivered to s me, the undersigned, not later thau Monday, the 1st day of March, 1915. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. By Order, OWEN JONES, Clerk to the Council, Council Offices, Dale Street, Menai Bridge, t 28th January, 1915. a254 I THE KING EDWARD VII. WELSH NATIONAL MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION WEST WALES SANATORIUM, LLANYBYTiiER, CARMARTHEN. npENDEKS are invited for the supply of — the following Provisions and Stores for the above Institution for a period of six months, from April 1st, 1915, to September 30th, 1915 1. Butter, Cheese, Bacon, Eggs. 2. Milk. 3. Butcher's Meat, > 4. Groceries. 6. Bread, Flour, etc. 6. Fish, Poultry, Rabbits, etc. 7. Coal, Coke, etc, 8. Vegetables. Forms of tender, stating probable quantities, etc., may be obtained from the Medical Superintendent, West Wales Sanatorium, Llanybyther, near Carmarthen, on receipt of stamped-addressed foolscap envelope. Tenders on the official forms must be delivered addressed as above before 10 a.m. on Wednesday, 24th February, 1915. The Committee do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. GWILYM HUGHES, Secretary. Memorial Offices, Cardiff. a307 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. rpO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY -1 the SEVERAL STACKS of Well. harvested HAY, of the growth of 1912, 1913, and 1914 respectively standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cam- brian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— Stations. Estimated Weight Tout Fenns Bank 4i Bettisfield 41 Wrexham Oaia 6t Rhydmeredith, 1913 4 Rhydmeredith, 1914, No.1. Rhydmeredith, 1914, No. 2 3t Llanfyllin 8 Llanyblodwel 81 Montgomery 2 £ Abermule 2 Abermule, 1913 1 Kerry, 1913 tOO ..> .oo 3i Kerry, 1914 2i Newtown .oo. 3* LSandinam 4-6 Llanidloes 5 St. Harmons 3) Doldowlod .oooo.oo. 4t Builth Wells 9i Three Cocks 51 Three Cocks, 1912 44 Three Cocks, 1913 51 Talgarth, 1913 .oo 6& Talgarth, 1914 .1 Ynyslas .oo. 3. YnyBas, 1913 8 Borth, 1913. No. 2 9 Borth, 1914 *1 Barmouth Junction. 1912 .». ft Barmouth Junction, 1914 4 £ Arthog, 1913 21 Penmaenpool, 1914 4 Harlech, 1912 91 Talsarnau, 1912 5 Talsarnau, 1913 at TaJtsarnau, 1914 6 Fortmadoc, 1913 €4 Portmadoc, 1914 Oriceieth. 1913 oo.51 Oriccieth, 1914 -4 Afonwen, 1613 9 Afonwen, 1914 5 Abererch, ]913 7i Abererch, 1914 tt} For further particulars, and to treat, apply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Ojwestry. Oswestry, January, 1015. IF YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT WILL RAPPEN IN 1915 GET RAPHAELS ALMANACK It is the greateet of all prophetic publications and forecasts the destinies of nations as well j as individuals. IT CONTAINS A JWPHFCY FOR YOU 2 Bay a copy to-day from your Bookseller, or poet frae 7 from W. FOULSHAM It OO., 5, Pilokih STBUT I. LOXDON B.C. eTM SALES BY AUCTION. LLANFIHANGEL STATION, Cardiganshire. To House Furnishers and Contractors. JT/F R. JOHN PUGH has been instructed ill. j,y the Hafan Mining Company to Sell by Public Auction at the above On SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th, 1915, the contents of the Manager's House and Employees' Dwellings as follows :— 40 Iron Bedsteads (Double and Single) with Mattresses, 6 Dressing Tables with Mirrors, 6 Washstands (Marble Top 6 Sets Toilet ,Ware, Excellent Cheffonier, 4 Large Dining Tables, 1 Doz. Folding Chairs, 4 Arm Chairs, 4 Chest of Drawers, 4 Easy Chairs, 2 Dozen Kitchen Tables, Kitchen Utensils, 2 Baths with Heating Stoves complete, 15 Counter- panes, 70 Blankets lDouble and Single), 40 Red Bunk Mattresses, Large quantity of oilcloth, 30 Quilts, 2 Beds. Platform Scales to 4 cwt., Dial Scale to weigh 5 cwt., Heating and Cooking Stoves, 100 feet 6-in. Boarding Pianks, Large quantity Wheelbarrow's, Shovels, Picks, Spades, Tubs, ^Fencing Wire, Tables, Benches, Doors, etc. Sale to commence at 12-30 p.m. prompt. Terms—Strictly Cash. 'For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer, Machynlleth and Aberystwyth. a336 Mr. JOHN PUGH Auctioneer and Valuer, < Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Great Darkgate Street. Aberystwyth Undertakes -ftfelm of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, fee., upon reasonable terms Strict attention given to all busineBs^ond prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Moodays Thnred^rs and by appointment on any other day' Ofticee-Abeyratwyth: Great Darkaate Street* Machynlleth Maengwyn Street WALTER LLOYD JONES, Auctioneer K Valuer, '13B0S TO ANNOUNCE fbat be open to oondoct ■D Sales of Propetty, Furniture and Farming Stock tea., On reasonable terms. Prorppt settlements guaranteed. Inquiries Invited from the AUCTIONEER, King Bdward Street, Barmouth, or from Mr JOHN KOBKRT3, Ripon Howe. BUSINESS ADDRESSES EDWIN KAY, Landscape Specialist, Garden Designer, dcc Rock Gardens, Water Gardens, Old English, and '