Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
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LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Black Persian Kitten with red ribbon round neck.—Hilda Teviotdwle, 39, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. a890 WANTED. BOY wanted at once.—Apply, Cambrian News Works, Terrace Road. CANADA .—Wanted, Farmers, Farm Labourers and Domestic Servants. Work viiai-anteed.-Apply at the Cambrian News Offices, Aberystwyth, 'Agents for the Allan Line and Pacific Canadian Railway Com pany. CHARWOMAN Wanted immediately. — c Apply, Manager, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth. a849 CYCLE MECHANIC & Improver, wanted jai lueri istely; also Motor Driver.—Apply to Menrill Jenkins, Aberllyron. 1\800 DYFFRYN GOLF LINKS.—Wanted professional for coming season. 18- hole course.—Apply, stating age, qualifi- cations, and salary, on or before May 24th to Mr. Morris Jones, Shot) Isaf, Dyffryn. a815 ARDENER. Wanted, immediately; handy man, experienced; good refer- ences; age over 45; £ 50 and cottage.— Apply. Mis. Pugh, Cwmgoedwig, Aberyst- MILLINERY Apprentices wanted for the workroom.—Wones, 40, Great Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth. a795 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND AND TYPE- JT WRITING. Private and Postal In. fraction. Classes Mondays and Fridays. -Success guaranteed to workers.—D. Evan", South View, Ll^nbadarn-rond. AberysUvyth. TXT ANTED, by May 15th, a strong willing Kitellenmaid.-Apply, Glanmaw- ddach, Dolgelley. a803 WANTED, a handy man, or lad.—Apply, Mr Chalk, The Gardens, Glanmawddach, JDoIgtlley. a804 WANTED, Young Lady as Barmaid good references.—Apply, Sportsman Hotel, Fortmadoc. h7p8 ~V\T ANTED, General Servant for private VV house in Aberystwyth.—Apply, Mrs Fleure, t- o Tyn'rhelyg, Llanfarian, near Abei I h. w780 WANTED, Working Farm Bailiff mar- ried wife to manage small dairy re- ferences.—Apply, Clement Davies, Sychtyn, Llanbedr, Merioneth. a787 WANTED, capable Cook-general and Housemaid-waitress; pood references essential,—Apply, Miss Lloyd,Victoria House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. a797 \ANTED, a Young Lady for Bar work; W h ijito play piano.—Apply, Dunraven Hotr. Tr<->>erherf-. a769 WANTED, Fir Timber, Larch, Scotch, or Spruce 25 to 50 acres for cash; must) be well fit tiwn average 30 feet.—Apply, Box 33, Cumbrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. n167 TJI7 ANTED, a Good General for Apartment House.—Apply, stating age and salary required, Mrs James, 47, Westbourne Park- road, London, W. a79I WANTED, a Strong Welsh Pony from 12 to 13 hands must be quiet for a lady to drive.—Send particulars with lowest price and where to be seen, to Mr J. G. Jones, Llwynluulol, Pwllheli. a824 AXTED, by June 1st, Cook, able to hake and make butter.—Apply, Mrs Hardy, Lbmdrillo, Corwen. aæfi WANTED to buy, some Second-hand Furniture Privately —Apply, with price and particulars, Box 50, "Cambrian ■News" Office, Aberystwyth. a_6Q- \*TANTED, useful help or superior VV General; woman for rough work; comrûrtll'I.. home.—Apply, 49, "Cambrian News" om, e, Aberystwyth. a858 WANTED at. once, strong girl as house- maid.—Royal Goat Hotel, Beddgelert. a 863 WANTED, man or lad to assist gardener; aide to miik make himself generally useful.—stephens, Corbett Hotel, Towyn-on- Sea. a868 YW ANTED, Young Lady Assistant; for shop and showroom; must have 8omf expeiience, and also millinery Im- prover: out. noors.-Apply, Madame Frostique, 23. h-vurade Aberystwyth. a884 T^TjiNTliD, Sitting and Bedroom for Lady, in houi-e with modern conveniences; good cooking not seaside terms moderate.— Write full particulars X, Mrs Williams, »8S5 "IXfANTKD, at once, situation as companion- 1. j p or housekeeper where maid kept; or would i i ke care of child small salary.— Apply, Box No. 53, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber> st.wvi h. n887 WANTED, a housemaid, aged about 20. Two in family.—Apply, stating wage;, required and giving references, to Miss Owen, Maesvrhedydd, Aberystwyth. a811 WANTED, at once, apprentices for the -N-. P. John, 20, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. a813 W ANTED, t good strong general.— Apply, M. B. Rowlands, Dunraven Hotel, Tre'herhert, Rhondda Valley. a814 WANTED, Furnished Rooms with at- tendance sitting room, two bed- rooms (permanency) good locality.— Apply, Box No 48, "Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth. a850 IT7 A N'TED, Small Furnished Cottage or Bungalow for August and Septem- her- anywhere on Welsh coast.—Apply, Barritt, 1, Ashley-street, Shrewsbury. WANTED, at once, Good Genera] Ser- vant: two in family.—Apply, stat- ing wages and giving references, Box 47, "Cambrian News" Office, 1 Aberystwyth. YOUNG Cook-General and Housepar- Jourmaid wanted; charwoman week- ly. Good outings, and wages.—66, South- wood Lmie. Highgate, London. a857 YOUSG person seeks post as companion Ji-!p or working housekeeper; thoroughly experienced highest reference.—Apply, 51, "Cambrian News" Offi.e. Abervstwyth. nS62 BRECON AND RADNOR ASYLUM, TALGARTH, BRECONSHIRE. WANTED at once. MALE ATTENDANTS. Particulars of appointment and appli- cation forms may be obtained from the Clerk of the Asylum. 118-14: FEATHERS HOTEL, CQiRWE, WANTED, a capable MANAGERESS for the above unlicensed Hotel. Good Cook. Previous experience and knowledge of Welsh essential.—Applica- tions, stating age and salary required, with copies of recent testimonials, to be sent to D. L. Jones, 7, Liverpool-terrace, Corwen, hy the 19th Mnv, 1915. a836 .rv- TO BE LET. TO LET. immediate possession, 12, Tegid Street. BaIA, suitable for baker and con- fectioner. Fixtures, baker's utensils. Stock at valuation.—Apply, Lloyd, 12, Tegid-street, Bala. a744 TO LET, 7 roomed House and Garden eheap; ] miles from Aberystwyth, on main roacl.-Apply, 45, "Camhrian ews;' Abeiystwyth a027 TO BE LET. ABERYSTWYTH. — To Let, Apartment ZjL House; good connection; situated in Queen's road; rent £32. Immediate possess- ion.—Mrs Summers, Buckingham House, North-parade, A BERYSTWYTH.—To le let from May -O. 12th next, "Idris House." 58, Marine Terrace.—AppJy, D. I. Rees & Evans, House Agents, 4, B&ker Street. 8753 ABERYSTWYTH To Let, with immediate possession, the commodious Repository Sale Rooms and Offices, situate in North Parade, recently used as Printing Works; very suitable for any business purposes.— Apply, D. Lloyd, 31. North Parade. a847 ARER-YSTWYTH.—Lock-Fp Shop to Let; 12th May.—Apply, 64, Marine- terrace. Aberystwyth. a841 DEVIL'S BRIDGE.—Furnished Bungalow to let; two reception, four or five bed- rooms. bathroom, indoor sanitation.—Apply, Miss Maries-Thomas,14,South Marine-terrace, Abervstwvth. a740 1 tpURNISHED HOUSE, 2 miles from Borth, near station 2 reception, 5 bedrooms, bathroom, indoor sanitation.— Apply, Box 46, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. a828 NOTICE-All wishing to Buy, Sell, or Rent property or Furniture Houses, should send stamp for copy of "Cardigan Bay I Preperty Journal," published by Edwin Blakey, Architect, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. *779 PL.EASANT, comfortable rooms moderate terms.—Apply, Miss Jones, The Bunga- low, Llanbadarn. 8892 10 LET, house and land, 21 miles from i- Bala, suitable for poultry farm.—Apply, Rhiwlas > 'ffice, Bala. a882 1"1" 0 BE LET, Comfortable Furnished House!; i pleasantly situated; 9 rooms; close to eolf and sea; moderate terms.—H. Evans, Osborne House, Dyffryn, Merionethshire a886 LET from 12th May, No. 3, Custom House Street. Aberjstwyth.—Apply, Samuel, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. a772. TO LET, Bouse at Din as terrace, Aberyat i. wyth; bath (h. & c>—Apply, Edwards Bros., Builders, Trefechan, Aberystwyth. a685 —— LET, No. 2, South Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth immediate possession.— Apply, Mrs E James, 26. North Parade, Aber- ystwyth a 804 I-O LET, Smal! Cottage and Garden Llan- rhystyd Road; near Station.—Apply, Ellis, 6, Queen,street, Aberystwyth. a653 rrO LKT, House and Shop, No. 5, Little Darkgate Street moderate rental.— Apply, Williams, 44, North Parade, Aber- ystwyth. a752 rro LET.—Ceiriog House, Cliff Terrace, Aberystwyth, from May 12th next.— Apply, Jenkin Humphreys, Coliseum. a400 rro LET, Detached House at Llanfihangel -*■ G.G. Opposite Railway Station, known as Penpompren; immediate possession — Apply, 43, "Cambrian News Office, Aber- ystwyth. a789 LET, next May, 32, Pier-street Aber- • ystwyth, now in the occupation of Dr. Ellis a medical practitioner's residence for over half a century.-Apply, 48, Great Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth. a409 T'O LET, within six miles of the sea and at an altitude of 650 feet; Pantcoch, Taiprarreg, Cardiganshire, a desirable country house, standing in its own grounds; three reception rooms, five bedrooms, bathroom, big boxroom, two lavatories servants' stair- case; good garden, large greenhouse and summer-house; excellenr. stabling and out- houses, suitable for garage, and surrounded by eight acres of pasture land. Moderate rent required.—Apply, Box 52, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. 118 rFO LET.—Aberdovey, two new sem- •* detached Villas, nicely decorated con- taining 3 reception, 7 bedrooms, 1 dressing room each, bath (h. & c.), long garden; 3 minutes from sea, railway station, golf links, tennis and boating; ready for occupation; also seven-room Cottage ready in May.— Apply, Daniel, 204, Cranbrook-road, Ilford, Essex. a793 rp 0 LET, unfurnished. No. 6, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth; splendid posi. tion; suitable for I boarding or private apartment house; bath (h. and c.)—Apply, Williams, as above. a665 rp 0 LET.—From 12th May next, No. 21, Portland-street, commodious and I conveniently situated near Terrace-road and Marine-tcrrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply T. J. Samuel, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. a818 TO LET. IT JIREE HORSE SHOE INN. Llan- geitho. fully licensed with five acres land; immediate possession.—Apply, David Roberts and Sons, Limited, The I Brewery, Aberystwyth. a715 TO BE SOLD. A BRRYSTWYTH.-For Sale, newly built lî Houses with modern conveniences and good gardens at Dinas-lerrace; sea and country view.—Apply, Edwards Bros Build- ers. Aberystwyth. 8686 OENIARTH ESTATE.—To be sold by tender, 1.166 good straight measured Oak, close to good road.—For further particulars, apply to R. T. Edwards, Plas Forge, Mach- ynlleth. a421 FOR SALE, One Small Boat. 16ft. long, 51 fT. wide —Apply, Secretary, Aberystwyth and Abertlovev Strain Packet Company" Rofawl, Aberystwyth. a840 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. — W. Griffith [Est. 18711,30, Queen Street, Neath. a158 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing from record Cheshire Milkers, by Pedigree BUIIG. Quotations to any station; DO fancy prices.—Frank Doble, Littleton, Chester. v359 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. ALL those commodious Premises, com- prising excellent Shop and Dwelling House, with separate entrance, known as Oxford House, North Parade, for sale with immediate possession —Apply, Cooke Bros, and Roberts, Aberystwyth. tt790 POULTRY. SITTINGS FOR SALE, 4s. dozen. JO White Orpingtons White Wyan- dotte. White Leghorn. Rhode Island Reds, All from best laying strains.—Miss Williams, Borthwen, Penrhyndeudraeth. a607 TRE'RDDOL. PLAS PENRHYN.—This Desirable 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. SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. EArmers can hive the sery best or TToifera delivered to their nene"f; tll.ti0n" at verv TP.af\O;:11) blc prices. Bred frnm larsre framed, depp milking Cows I hv Pnra Bred Siree.—TVstirwonielB from all parts of Wales.—Apply, F. B. GUI, Hijjtgate, Whitchurrb, Salop. v241 TO BE SOLD^ LPOR SALE. —Donkey. hands, quiet to Jj ride and drive; 1 t-addie. 1 pannier bridle and harness seen at.Tyddynberth Firm Price and other particulars from Enoch Lewis, Aberdovey. a893 FOR SALE, or to be Let, a Freehold Cottage of 6 rooms, with large Fruit Garden about 2 Miles from Ynyslas Station fishing and good shooting available.—Apply, Mr Thomas, Tanyrallt, Talybont, Cardigan- shire. a731 SALES BY AUCTION.^ Cooke Bros, & Roberts -— Etc. —— Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. OFFICES :—Old Post Office Chambers, Aber- ystwyth also at Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley and Newtown TO CATERERS, CONFECTIONERS, AND OTHERS. THIS DAY (FRIDAY), MAY 14th. TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH, Removed for convenience of Sale from The "White Shop, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth, A Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS RESTAURANT FITMENTS, Etc., o including Iron and Brass Bedsteads, part Bedroom Suites, Sitting Room Furniture, 3 Doz. Rentwood Chairs, a number of Dining Tables, 3 Marble Top Tables, Show Cases, Iron Stands with Plate Glass Shelves, two Ice Cream Freezers and Glasses, 4 Counter Scales with Weights, Biscuit Jars, Glass Stands and Dishes, Tea Urn, etc., etc. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. COOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, Auctioneers. a831 BROXPADARN. Near ABERYSTWYTH. Highly-Important Two-Days Sale of the Valuable Contents of the Mansion. MESSRS COOKE BROS & ROBERTS Á. are favoured with instructions from the Representatives of the Capt. Cosons conduct thiis interesting sale, upon the premises as above, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MAY 19th and roth, Comprising the Contents of Entrance Hall, Three Reception Rooms, Billiard Room, Office, 8 Bedrooms, Domestic Offices, and Oat-Door Effects. I Including Hall Furniture in Oak, Dining Room Furniture in Mahogany, via., Set of 17 Chairs upholstered in Roan Leather, Easy Chairs, a Massive Telescope Dining Table (15ft. lOin. by 4ft. 6in.), Cabinet, Pembroke and other Tables, Oak Pedestal Writing Table, Marble and other Clocks, Bronzes, E.P Goods and Cutlery, Costly Drawing Room Appointments, including Occasional and other Chairs, Settees, French Gilt Chairs, Handsome Carved Gilt Consols Tables and Mirror, Girandoles with Sconces, French Gilt Clock, Mirrors, Occasional Tables, Palm Stands, Whatnots, Screens, Oil Paintings, and Engravings. The Morning Room includes a well-made Oak Bookcase with Glazed Doors (7ft. 6!n), n. small Library of Books, Revolving Top and other Tables, a. Fireproof Safe by Withers, a Full-vsized Billiard Table in Mahogany by Burroughes and Watts (com- plete with all accessories), Turkey, Brussels, and Axminsr Carpets. Window and Door Draperies. Fenders and Brasses. The Furnishings of 8 Bedrooms, including complete Suites in Mahogany, Wal- nut, Inlaid Pitchpine and other woods, all-Brass Iron and Brass and Wood Bedsteads. Box and Woven Wire Mattresses, Down Feather Beds, Sets of Toilet Ware, Mahogany and other Chests of Drawers, Toilet Glasses, Commodes, Ottomans, Linen Cupboards, Patent Turkish Bi1th, Self-propelling In- valid's Chair. Oil Stoves, etc. The Con- tents of the Domestic Offices, viz., Large Kitchen Pine Cupboards, Tables, Chairs, China and GlfnsS. Coppers and Brasseft, and the usual Culinary and Cooking Utensils, etc. The Contents of Coach- bouse, viz., Single Hors0 Brougham by Thorn, a 4-Wheel Dog Cart with Lanms, Harness and Saddlery, Stably and other effects. A large collection of outside and Garden offects, viz., a number of Garden Seats, Lawn Mower by Green, Lawn Markc*. Tennis Poles and Nets. Garden Tools. B°ehive, Dog Boxes, etc.. etc. Also tiro Stacks of Prime Meadow Hot to go off. Sale to commence each dilv fit 1 o'clock. On view Mondav nnd Tuesdav prior to Snla. Catalogues PTHI cards to view may he cb+ained from the Auctioneers at Offices, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. a832 CLIFF VIEW, ABERYSTWYTH. For Sale or to Let for a Term of Years. All that COMMODIOUS MARINE RESIDENCE, known as CLIFF VIEW," situate in Victoria Terrace. Containing the following accommodation :— Entrance Hall. Three Large Reception Rooms. 20 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Lavatories, Convenient Domestic Offices, and for many years successfully carried on as a high-class Boarding Establishment. The whole or portion of the Furniture may be taken at a valuation. Early possession. Applj- to COOKE BHOS, It ROBERTS, a888 Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. MISCELLANEOUS. v I 481 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 Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 NOTICE. Aberystwyth, want 1TX 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 IMPORTANT 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, 4d and 9d postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Aberystwyth W. M. Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road Dolgelley R. and G. Williams, Chemists, z61 HOLLINSHKAb'S H.D RUBBER TYRE WORKS MILLCATE, STOCKPORT. Best and most reliable Tyres for Carriages and Horse-Drawn Vehicles. All work done on the premises, and wheels returned same day. CARRIAGE PAID ONE WAY. a712 SALES BY AUCTION. 'I' PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PENRALLT, MACHYNLLETH. I MESSRS. GILLART & SONS are in" iVJL structed by Mrs Grant (who is leaving) to Sell by Auction at. the above residence, THE MIDDLE OF JUNE, the substantial Household Appointments and OUTDOOR EFFECTS. Further particulars in due course. n.86g Cillart & Sons, Auctioneers. House and Estate Agents, Valuers and Surveyors. MACHYNLLETH, AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rgnts, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber etc., under. taken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for -Estate Duty, Transfer, Mortgage, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and Plans prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected, Property owners advised .0 ;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 325 Horses Next Week. North Wales Repository, Wrexham. FRANK LLOYD & SONS will sell on Thursday, JJay Oth, 1915. 200 Powerful Town Mares and Geldings, Lurry Horses, Vanners and 2 and 3 year old Cart Colts. 125 Hunters, Harness Horses, Cobs and Ponies Sale at 12 o'clock. Catalogues on application. a880 TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, about the — end of June or early July, the fol- lowing Farms, part of the Penglaise Estate, ABERFFRWD, Cwmrheidol: TYN CWM, near Capel wi; LLWYNTEIFYISSA, near Ponterwyd, all in the parish of Llan- badarn Fawr, in the County of Cardigan. —For further particulars see future ad- vertisements or apply to Messrs. Smith, Davies, and Evans, Solijjrs" Aberyst- wyth. a86l TENDERS TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a -L Villa, with out-buildings, at Llanon, Cardiganshire, for Dr. Jenkin Lewis. Plans and specifications may be inspected by appointment at the Architect's Office. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Sealed endorsed tenders to be sent to me the undersigned on or before June ith, 1915. E. LLEWELLYN LEWIS, Architect & Surveyor, 13, Bridge Street, Lampeter. May 12th, 1915. a881 CORPORATION OF ABERYSTWYTIJ.^ TO GRAZIERS AND OTHERS, THE TOWN COUNCIL invite tenders for the occupation of Llaitbadarn Flats until the 25th day of March, ]916, subject to certain reservations. Further particulars may be had of the undersigned, to whom tenders may be sent on or before Saturday, the 15th inst. The highest or any tender will not neces- sarily be accepted. (Signed) REES JONES, Borough Surveyor. Corporation Offices, Smithfield Road, 5th May, 1915. a820 LIVERPOOL. Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage Step at the Door. Telegrams "SAbury Hotel, Liverpool. Home like and Moderate Welsh spoken. Hotel Cwalia, Upper Woburn Place, LONDON, W O- CENTRALLY SITUATED (within 5 minute! walk of Easton Station and 20 minutes from Paddiogton Station by under- ground te Gowar-Ftreefc Station), 130 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished, PaMeoger Lift to all floors. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Hatb, Attend- asice, 5a, each pereon. Telegraphio address "GwaHatsi, London." Telephone 3648 Central. m734 Managing Director, JOHN JENKINS —NEW— St. David's Hotel, HARLECH. Close to famous Links and Seashore. Garage, Inspection Pit. Stables. Billiards. Excellent Cuisine. Write for descriptive booklet. Finest Sea and Mountain Views. g855 LADIES. Your attention for a moment please. GwiIym Evans's GYNOL is absolutely infall- ible in rectifying all disorders due to irre- gularities. Succeeds where others fail, never known to fail. Post Free 2/9. Special extra strong 5/6. Prepared only by THE CYMRIC DRUG CO., LTD., Manufacturing Chemists, City Road, Cardiff. Write us on any illness. Advice Free. a48 James Morgan, FRUITERER AND FLORIST, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, 11, Pier Street, Aberystwyth, EGGS. EGGS. Bought in any quantity for Cash. SALES BY AUCTION. CORBETT SQUARE, Late London House, TOYVYN. Sale of Household Furniture and Drapery Goods. MR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the above place, On SATURDAY, MAY 2nd, 1915, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE And DRAP15RY GOODS. Comprising—Dining Room Suite (in leather), Walnut Dining Table (1 leaf), Mahogany Desk and Bookcase combined, Antique Oak Dresser, Willow Plates and Dishes, Mahogany Bed- room Suite, Dressing Tables, Washstands, Wardrobes. Mirrors, Overmantels, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Overlays, Feather Beds, Bolsters, Pillows, Toilet ets, Ottoman, Chairs, Occasional Tables, Clocks, Carpets, Hearthrugs, Mats, Fenders, Fire Irons, Dining Room Table, Arm and other Chairs. Blankets, Sheets, Counterpanes, Household Linen, Antique Oak Desk, Antique Tea Caddy, Silver Tea Caddy, Picture Frames, Lamps, Sewing Machine, Gas Cooking Stove, Silvers, Cutlery, Crockery, See., &c. DRAPERY GOODS, comprising Hats, Caps, Ribbons, Fluwers, Corsets, Jackets, Mantles, Ruffles, Silks, Velvets, Haber- dashery, Dress Materials (Black & Coloured), Children's Frocks, Umbrella Show Case. Wax Figures, Blouse and Millinery Stands, &c. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. Terms—Cash, For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer. Machynlleth. a867 LLWYN EGRYN, TOWYN. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. :v;1cÍ | Mr. JOHN PUGH has been instructed by 1V.L by Mr Robert Jones, late Bank Temperance, to Sell by Auction at the above place, On WEDNESDA May 26th, 1915. the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE comprising:—Mahogany Sideboard, Pem- broke Tables, Mahogany Framed Chairs, Gilt Overmantel, Hat and Umbrella Stand, Walnut Sideboard with Mirror, Walnut Oval Table, Walnut Overmantel, Gent's Easy Chair. Couch and 4 Chairs (in Leather), Occasional Tables, Clocks. Pictures, Lin. oleum, Lamps, China, Glass. Crockery, Culinary Utensils, Rubber and Fibre Mats, Coal Scuttles, Carpets. Flower Vases and Plants, Brass Fenders and Fire Irons, Ornaments, Curtains, Poles, Stair Rods, Dressing Tables and Chests, Washstands, Towel Rails, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Overlays, Dressing Glasses, Druggets, Fixtures, Bed Linen, Meat Safe, &c. GOVERNESS CAR & SET HARNESS. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. TERMS—CASH. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Machynlleth. a866 Mr. JOHN PUGH Auctioneer and Valuer, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth1 l Undertakes Sales of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock. Furniture, &c.. upon reasonable terxps Strict attention given to all business and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays Tharadays and by appointment on any other dayil OfHces-Abeyrstwyth Great Darkgate Streetl Machynlleth Maenirwyn Street. PUBLIC NOTICES. CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. FISHERY CONSERVATORS. A T a Quarterly Meeling of the Cardigan- wCA. shire County Council duly convened and held at the Town Hall, Lampeter, on Wednesday, the 28th day of April, 1915, the following were appointed Conservators for the ensuing year, viz For the Dovey Fishery District:— Councillor Henry Bonsall, Pendibyn, Llan- badarnfawr; Councillor J. H. Davies. 20, North-parade. Aberystwyth, and Dr. H. J. Fleure, U.C.W., Aherystwyth. EVAN EVANS, Clerk to the Council. County Council Office, Aberystwyth, 5th May, 1915. a891 iKEXx.x*x:Hrxa:E«.sr. HATS REBLOCKED, CLEANED AND TRIMMED *AT MODERATE CHARGES. Ladies' Own Materials Made Up. MISS G. DUNN, Bryn Ogwen, 20, Chalybeate St., a792 Aberystwyth. THE FAMOUS New Hudson Lightweight Motor Cycles. 2! h.p., 2 stroke, 2 speed. Price trom £32 IN STOCK AT GRAY JONES, Garage, Aberdovey. The New Government Order Registration OF Lodgers. All Hotel and Lodging House Keepers must keep a Special Register of all Guests whether British or Alien. REGISTRATION FORMS (6d per 100), and REGISTERS (2/6 each) can be pur- chased at the 'Cambrian News' Stores, Terrace Road, il berystwyth. SALES BY AUCTION. GEJLLI MANSION, TALSARN. Near Talsarn Halt on the Lampeter- Aberayron Railway (G.W.R.) Important Clear-out Sale of Furniture, Pianos, Carriages, Harness, Implements, etc. MESSRS. PRICE AND DAVIE& have received instructions from the Executors of the late T. W. Griffiths, to sell by Public Auction at the above place, ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 19th, 1915, the following Antique and Substantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE PIANOS, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, ETC., Comprising Sitting Room—Grandfather's Clock in Olak Case, well preserved. Revolving Bookcase, Pier Glass in Gilt Frame. Sofa, 6 Chairs with Horse-hair Sittings in good condition, Occasional Chair, Round Table, Semi-grand Pianoforte, Mahogany Card Table, 2 Lady's and Gent's Easy Chairs, Coal Scuttle, Fender, Fire Irons. Hall—Table with Marble Top, Umbrella Stand, 2 Weather Glasses in good condi- tion, Occasional Chairs, small Table, Grandfather's Clock in Oak Case. Dining Room—Valuable Pier Glass, Clock. 2 Gent's Chairs, Semi-grand Piano in Rosewood, Music Stool, valuable Cabinet, valuable Roomy Sofa, 2 Gent's Chairs. 3 small Chairs, large Table, Pictures, a large quantity of valuable Ornaments, hand- some and valuable Mahogany Bookcase. Mahogany Sideboard, Umbrella Stand. Kitchen—Large Table, Small do., Round do., Mangle in new condition with all the latest improvements, large Clipboard, large Oak Dresser and Ware, all of which are in good state of preservation, Grand- father's Clock in good condition, Settle, 2 Benches. Dairy—Large Churn, Cheesepress, 8 Crocks, Plates, Dishes, 2 Clothes Horses, Benches. Bedroom No. 1—Exceptionally nice Half Drawers, 1 do., 4 Bedroom Chairs. Gent's Wicker Chairs, Lady's do., 2 Feather Beds, French Bedstead, Mattress, Hanging Wardrpbe with Bevelled Mirror in new condition, Dressing Table with Mirrors, Washstand to match, 2 Towel Rails, Commode, Carpets, Lino. Bedroom No. 2 — Brass and Iron Bed- stead, Feather Bed, Mattress, Bedding, Towel Rail, Swing Mirror in Mahogany Frame, 1 do. smaller size, Toilet Ware. Wash-stand, Dressing Table, 4 Chairs. Pictures. Ornaments, Night Commode, Carpet, Lino. Landing — GUra ndfather's Clock in Oak Case, expensive Stair Carpet and Rods, Oak Coffer, Wall Pictures, Vases. Bedroom No. 2—Brass and Iron French Bedstead with Spring Mattress, Feather Bed, Mattresses, Bed Clothing, expensive Table, Swing Glass, Washstand, Dressing Table, Fire Screens. Fender, Fire Irons, Commode, Oak Table, Clock, Ornaments, Pictures, Medical Scale guaranteed, perfect, Lamps, Towel Rails, Toilet Ware. Bedroom No. 4-0ak Bedstead (French style) well carved. Occasional Table, 2 Linen Baskets, Half Drawers, Chest-upon- Ohest, Towel Rail, Fender, Fire Irons, Pictures. Ornaments. Bedroom No. 5—Exceedingly nice Book- case, Chest cf Drawers, Sofa, large hip Bath, Hip Bath, Dressing Table, Wash- stand to match, What-not, Ornaments. Photos, Fender, Fire Irons, Wardrobe, pair of Flint-lock Duelling Pistols in ense. Bedroom No. 6.-Bedstead, Feather Bed, Mattress, Bed Clothing, Dressing II Table, Washstand, Toilet Ware, Towel Rail, Pictures, Ornaments. Pantry — Dinner and Tea Sets, Plates, Old China, Pewter Plates and Dishes, Squiare C?irpet, Lino, Door Mats, small Chest of Drawers. Dressing R.oom—Dressing Table. Mirror. Toilet Set. Attio—Large Oak Corn Bin, large Trunks, Bags. Glasses, Pans, China, Sieves, Benches. Study—About 509 volumes Books, Chairs. Mahogany Bookcase with Pigeon Holes and Safety Drawers. Store Room—Scales and Weights. Din- ner Set, Corn Bin. Lady's and Gent's Saddles, Step. Ladders, Mangle, Butter Worker, 3 Wheelbarrows, Cart, Scythe, Sickles, complete set of Garden Tools, Shove's. Rakes, Hay Pitcher, Hay Tedder, 2 long Ladders, four-wheel Carriage, twc- wheel Carriage, 3 sets of Carriage Har- ness, Collars and Bridles, single barrel Gun. double do. Breechloading Gun. 16 bore, Fishing Rod in Case, Gent's Bicycle, Cucumber Frame, Cock of Hay, Flower Pots, a quantity of Boards. Kettles, Boilers, Frying and other Pans. Lamps, Cloth es and other Baskets, Knife Cleaners, j Buckets, Crockery, Lawn Roller. Lawn Mower, Tree Pruners, Picks, Hay Forks, Garden Nets and other useful lots too numerous to mention. All Lots on view morning of Sale. Credit on Conditions. Sale to Commence at 12 noon sharp with the Household Appointments. The Auctioneers desire to call the attention of the public to this special Sale of Antique and Elegant Furniture, etc., all of which will be sold in one day. Punctual attendance is earnestly requested as the Sale will commence at the time mentioned to the minute. Garth Villa, Llanybyther, and 2a, Alexandra Road, Aberystwvth, April 20th, 1915. a834 WALTER LLOYD JONES, AUCTIONEER K VALUER, Begs TO ANNOUNCE thftt>e open to conduct Sales of Propeity, Furnltureand Farming Stock. &;0., on reasonable terms, Proopt settlements guaranteed. Inquiries Invited from the AUCTIONEER, Kins; Edw.aitf Street,, Batmonth. or from Air JOHN EGBERTS, Ripon House. University College of Wales, ABERYSTWYTH (On6 of the Constituent College, of the University of Wales). President: snt JOHN WILLIAMS, Bart., M.D., D.Sc., G.C.V.O. Principal: T. F. ROBERTS, M.A (Oxon), LL.D. (Vie.) Department of Instrumental Music The above-named new Department is now open to both male and female student* Special Staff: M. GASTON LE FEUVE, of Vne Schola Cantorum, Paris. M. HENRI DELANGE. M. CAMILLE DO'LOBELLE. M. CHARLES TURBOUR. Madame L. ANDRE BARBIES, Classes will be held in Violin, Violincello Viola, Chamber Music, and Orchestral Classes, Theory of Instrumental Music. Singing, Piano. Sessional Composition Fee, £12. Ttegis. tration Fee, £1. Fee for a Single Course. jEZ 2s. Od. per term, together with a Regis- tration Fee of 10s. Men Students reside in Registered Lodgings in th town, or at the Men's Hostel, Warden H. H. Paine, E6q. M.A., B.Sc. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden, Miss C. P. Tremain, B.A. For full particulars respecting the Department and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. SALES BY AUCTION. M ESSRS. DATEL 1. REES AND EVANS beg to announce the following SALES:— MAY 24th.—Properties at the Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth. MAY 27th.—Furniture- at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, removed from 31, Port- land-street. land-street. JUNE 3rd.—Valuable House Furnishings at the Town Hall, removed from 6, Marine-terrace, by order of Mr. R. C. Williams. JUNE 7th.-Monthly Sale of Stock, etc., at the Smithfield, Aberystwyth. JUNE 22nd.—Plant, and Machinerv at Bryn-yr-Afr Mine, near Talybont. EARLY IN JULi .—Costlj* House Furnish- ings, by order of Mr. E. R. Gyde. 4, Baker-street. Aberystwyth. a859 BORTH, CARDIGANSHIRE. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES FOR SALE. MESSRS. yAIE I. REES AND EVANS wiLl sell by Auction, at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on MONDAY, the 24th DAY of MAY, 1915, at 3. o'clock in the afternoon (subject to Conditions of Sale), the following FREEHOLD PKOPEKTIKS Lot 1.—ALL THAT Messuage or Dwell- ing House with the Stable, Coach House, Greenhouse, and Garden, belonging there- to called GLYNWER.YDD," beautifully situated near Borth. and formerly occupied by the late Mrs. Watkin Phillips. Lot 2.—ALL THAT Messuage or Dwell- ing House known as "OCEAN VIEW," situate at Borth, and now unoccupied. Possession of both Lots will be given on completion. For further particulars anply to Messrs. Joseph Davies and Son, Solicitors; Mr. Hugh Hu rrhes. Solicitor, or the Auction- eers, all of Aberystwyth. a842 Daniel I. Rees A Evans, AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, Estate, House, and Insurance Agents, etc. OFFICKS (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. a603 PUBLIC NOTICES. BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND FISHERIES. LIGHT HORSE BREEDING SCHEME. rpHE King's Premium Stallion "S 'nglamon" J- will travel Cardigan and Newcastle- Emlyn. The King's Premium Stallion Lysonby" will be at Lampeter every fort- night. The nbove King's Premium Stallions are both the property of Messrs. J. F. Kees, and W. V. Howell Thomas. 22, Lammas Street, Carmarthen, from whom further particulars may be obtained. JOHN JONES. Cwmere Farm, Felinfach. a774 NOTICE OF AUDIT. MACHYNLLETH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. Edwyn Hughes, Esquire, the Auditor of the North Wales Audit District has appointed the audit cf the Accounts of the above-named Urban District Council, and the Officers thereof, for the year end- ed 31st March, 1915, to commence on Wed- nesday, the 2nd day of June, 1915, at 9-30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Offices of the above-named Council, 43, Maengwyn- street, Machynlleth. The Accounts, duly made up and balanced, together with the Rate Books, Deeds, Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers, and Receipts mentioned or re- ferred to in such Accounts will remain de- posited in the said Office and be open dur- ing Office hours thereat to the inspection of all persons interested, for seven clear days before such Audit. Dated this 4th dav of May, 1915. EDMUND GILLART, Clerk to the Machynlleth Urban District Council. a835 COUNTY OF MERIONETH. INTERMEDIATE AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION FUND. DOLGELLEY COUNTY SCHOOL FOR BOYS. "W OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pur. suant to a Scheme made by the Board of Education and sealed on the 23rd dav of April, 1915, the Managers of THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL, DOLGELLEY, THE HENFELIN INFANT SCHOOL, DOLGELLEY, THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL, LLANFACHRETH. THE CWM PAROCHIAL SCHOOL, LLANFACHRETH. THE! CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOL, RRYNCOFDIFOR, are entitled to appoint one Representative Governor on the Board of Governors of the above School Names of candidates nom- inated for election must be tent to me in writing, together eaoh (fandidate'te written consent to serve as a School Gov- ernor if elected, on or before the 18th day of May. 1915. Dated this 1'Oth day of May, 1915. J. J ONES-WILLI A MS, a.845 Clerk to the Governors. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS EXAM- INATION, 1915. THE GOVERNORS offer Twelve Free Places at this School to Children not exceeding 13 years of age at the dare of the examination, who are and who have been for the last three pupils in some public elementary school. These Free Places will be awarded in approximately equal numbers between bovs and girls. The successful candidates will enter the School in September next. The Examination will be held at this School on Saturday, June 121lt, 1915, at 10 a.m. and 2 Forms of Entry may be had on appli- cation to me, and should he returned, duly filled up and signed, so as to reach me not later than Saturday. May 29th, 1915. JOHN EVANS. Clerk. Town Hall, Aberystwyth., May 5th, 1915. a812 Tutorial School, New Quay. Conducted by D. C. JONES, Int. Arts (Lond.), and A. G. WEBBER, B.Sc. (Hons.) FIFTY Successes during last School year, including London, Wales, Victoria and Lampeter Matrics., Cambridge Previous, Oxford Responsions, etc. Centre for Pre- ceptors and Cambridge Locals. Classes during Easter and Summer Vacs. For list of successes, fees, etc., apply as above. y516 SALES BY AUCTION. CRICCIETH. SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE. MB- H- ROBERTS is instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the PRINCE OF WALES HOTEL, CRICCIKTH. On Saturday, the 22nd day of May, 1915 At 4 30 p.m. (subject to Conditions to be there aud the a produced). All that I iFreehold Dwelling-Rouse And Premises, known as No. 15, Mona Terrace. Criccieth, aforesaid, and now in the occupation of Mr. John Griffith as yearly tenant. The House contains on the Ground Floor Sitting Rooms, Kitchen, Scullery, W (J. and Oualhouse, and the usual offices. On the First Floor 4 Bedrooms and W.U. and oa the Second Floor two good Attic Bedrooms. The Property is situate close to the Bathing Grounds and is therefore attractive to visitors. The Premises are subject to a Perpetual Annual Ground Reut of S2 payable to the Cricoieth District Council. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, or Messrs. Jones & Jones, Solicitors, all of Portmadoc. a865 PUBLIC WOTICES. RE ELLIS WILLIAM ELLIS, DECSASKD. ALL persons having claims on the Estate tTL of fillis William Ellis, deceased, Stafford- shire House, Barmouth, are requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned- on or before May 29th. 1915, and ill debts due to the Estate of Ellis William Ellis, deceased, to be paid on or before May 29Lh, 1915, to the undersigned. Dated 12ih May, 1915. ALICE MARY OWEN, )„ ELLIS GRIFFITH OWEN, j **60* a870 TREGARON COUNTY SCHOOL. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS EXAMINATION, 1915. THE Governors offer six free places at this -L School to children not exceeding 13 years of age at the date of the examination who are and who have been for the la1>t three years pupils in some public eleiuentat-> school. At least three of the free places will be. given to girls The successful candidates will enter the School in September next The Examination will be held a- this School on Saturday, June 12th, 1915, at 10 a.m. Forms of entry may be had on application to me and should be returned duly tilled up and signed so as to reach me not later than Saturday, May 29 b, 1915. MORGAN MORGAN. (Jlerk to the Governors. Neuadd, Tregaron, May 3rd, 1915. a810 MERIONETHSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZESW 1915. NOTICE is hereby given that the Commission of Assize and General Gaol Delivery for the County of Merioneth will be opened at the County Hall, Dolgelley, in the said County, on Thursday, the 27th day of May, 1915, before the Honourable Sir Thomas Edward Scrutton Knight, one of his Majesty's Justices of the High Court of Justice. RICHARD THOMAS JONES, Esquire. Sheriff All Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Stewards, Chief Constables, and Bailiffs of Hundreds and Liberties within the said County, and all Jurors, persons bound by recognizances, witnesses and others having business are required to attend at the said Court, on Friday, the 28th day of May, 1915, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon precisely. WILLIAM GEORGE, Under Sheriff. Under-Sheriffs Office, Barmouth, May 11th, 1915. a864 RJI: EDWARD LLEWELLYN JONES. DKCEASKD PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament of j_ the 22nd and 23rd Vict. c. 35 iutituled An Act LO further amend the Law of Pro- perty and to relieve Trustees" Notice is here- by given that all Creditors and other persons having any debts, claims, or demands against the Estate of Edward Llewellyn Jones, late of "Osborne Villa" Llaufariau, near Aber- ystwyth, in the County of Caidigan, Gentle- man, deceased (who died on the 7th day of March, 1915, and whose Will WHS proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's H gh Court of Justice, on the 5th day of May, 1915, by the Public Trustee, of Numbers 3 and 4 Clement's Inn, Strand, Lon- don, W.C. the Sole Executor, therein named) are hereby required to send in the particulars of their debts, claims, or demands to us the undersignel, the Solicitors for the said Exe- cutor, on or before the 30th day of June, 1915, after which date the said Executor will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the said de- ceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which he shall then have had notice; and he will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person or persons ot whose debts, claims or demands he shall not then have had notice. Dated this 12th day of May, 1915. JOSEPH DAVIES SON, 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth, Solicitors for the said Executor. a848 Board of Trade Session 1915. PORTMADOC HARBOUR (PROVISIONAL ORDER). NOTICE OF MAKING AND DEPOSIT OF PROVISIONAL ORDER. Xj OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tlit Board of Trade have under the pro- visions of the General Pier and Harbour Act, 1861. and the General Pier and Har- bour Act, 1861. Amendment Act. 1862, made a Provisional Order to incorporate a body of Trustees and to authorise the ac- quisition of the existing harbour and the construction maintenance and regulation of works at the harbour of Portmadoc, in the counties of Carnarvon and Merioneth, and that copies of the said Order have been deposited for public inspection at the offices respectively of the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Carnarvon at Car- narvon and the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Merioneth at Dolgelley. l Dated this 13th dav: of May, 1915. SHERWOOD AND CO., 1 22, Abingdon Street, Westminster, a852 Parliamentary Agents. j-sL— —- INTERMEDIATE COUNTY SCHOOL, TOWYN. "W-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. Edwyn Hughes, Esquire, the Auditor of the Accounts relating to County Inter- mediate Education for the North Wales Audit Disltriolt has appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the above- named Intermediate County School and the officers thereof the year ended 31st March, 1915. to commence on Monday, the 7th day of June 1915. at 10' o'clock in the forenoon at the County School at Towyn. and that such accounts duly made up and balanced, together with all Fees Books, Account Books, Deeds. 'Contracts. Accounts, Vouchers, and re- ceipts mentioned or referred to in such Accounts will be deposited in the said County Schoo! and be open office hours thereat to the inspection of all per- sons interested for seven clear days before such Audit. By Order, E. J. EVANS, Clerk to the Governors. Intermediate CQunty School, | Towyn, 10th May, 1915. a843