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Borough Tribunal. ABERYSTWYTH HEARING. The Tribunal for Aberystwyth sat on Friday morning to hear further appeals for total or conditional exemption from mili- tary service. The Mayor (Alderman John Evans) presided, and there were present Aldermen Edwin Morris ex-mayor, and E. P. Wynne; and Councilors Captain Doughton, David Davies, T. J. Morrison, Rhys Jones, J. D. Williams Mr. T. H. Edwards and Major Williams, military representatives. < Mr. Hugh Hughes. clerk to Aberystwyth Guardians, applied for the exemption of Owen Morgan, accountant and clerk, Bath- Btreet, and stated that three of his clerks had joined the army. as well as his manag- ing clerk. Aberystwyth Union, added Mr Hughes, was the means of collecting h.f:f the rates of the whole county, dealing with something like ;C24,000 a year. Aberyst- wyth Union included the town of Aberyst- wyth, and there were forty-one members on the Board of Guardians. In addition to his other duties. Mr. Morgan had to do work in connection with the Rural Tribunal and his work had increased so much that he had to be given assistance. It required considerable training to be able to keep union accounts, and he had failed to get a suitable older man. Morgan, who was a married man with child, was stocktaker for the union. He (Mr. Hughes) had formerly seven clerks, and now had four only. The application for exemption was granted. Herbert John Allen licensed victualler, Cooper's Arms, applied for exemption until the 17th August, saymg that he had tried to get someone in his place. In reply to Mr. Edwards, applicant did not think his wife and sister-in-law could manage the business, as it entailed heavy cellar work. Asked if opening hours had not been re- stricted. applicant replied We do as much in five and half hours as we did before." Applicant was exempted till September 17th. Messrs. Bradley, clothiers, applied for exemption for John H. Davies, Rheidol- terrace, Penparke, manager of Aberyst- wyth branch. Mr. Griffiths, the inspector, said that out of 214 109 had joined the colours and were given a little pocket money by the firm and their places were kept open. It was a gentleman's business which it was absolutely impossible for a woman to manage. Exempted till August f,6th. John William Hughes, stone and monu- mental mason. Chalybeate-street, asked for exemption till August 13th, to complete contracts, which was granted; and John Lewis Thomas, builders, Dinas-terrace (for whom Mr. W. P. Owen appeared) for ex- emption for four months to complete con- tracts. Exempted till September 26th. Mr W. P. Owen applied on behalf of Mi- Randolph Fear for exemption of Isaac Jones, fishmonger's manager and salesman, Portl,and-road. Mr. Jones was a married man with six children, and his aged mother lived with him. Mr. Fear was at Oswestry Camp and Mrs. Fear was unable to attend to the business, on doctor's orders because of illness. Three employees had already enlisted. Formerly employed four men and now two oIfy. Had eight acres of gardens. In reply to Mr. Edwards, Jones said he was willing to go. Exempted till Septem- ber 26th. The Star Company applied for the ex- emption of Walter Osborne Jones, shop manager, Queen's-road. It was stated that seventy-two per cent. of the Company's employees had joined the army and that the local branch shop, which had a turn- over of LB,000, was now run by four lads under sixteen and two girls. Exemption Was granted. In respect of applications heard in camera, exemption was granted Robert Lewis, cabinet maker, South-road, till Sep- tember 26th; Richard Evans, cabinet maker, Sea View-place; Thomas Charles Davies, tinsmith, Penmaesglas-road; G. Dickens Lewis. architect. North-parade; and Arnold Smith, bookbinder, William- street; Samuel Davies Doughton, dispens- ing chemist, Chalybeate-street, exempted; Evan Thomas Jones, corn and seed merchant's foreman. Queen-street, till June I26th; William Bitcheil grocer and sub- Bjstmaster exempted; Samuel Gwilly avies, general secretaiv National Eistedd- fod, till September 26th • Edward Thomas Lewis, picture-frame maker, Great Dark- gate-street, till September 26th. Mr. Williams, builder, app'ied for four months exemption of Avilliam John Richards, stonemason. (Cinrafon-terrace on the grounds that he had twelve men before the war and seven now and that he had contracts for the building of St. David s Club, a dwelling house for Mr. Parry, Glanpaith, and many small" jobs. Exempted till July 26th. Mr Charles Evans applied for the exemp- tion of RicTiard Dd. Jones slaughterman, Cambrian-place. Applicant stated that Jones had been in his employ since boyhood and as he could not read or write Jones was necessary to him in keeping accounts. He (Mr Evans) was seventy-five years of age. In reply to Mr Edwards, applicant said it was not possilf e for two or three butchers to get one slaughterman to do the work for them. Asked if exemption for a few months would suit him, appli- cant said he wanted Jones as long as he (Evans) lived. (Laughter). Exempted. RUIRAL TRIBUNAL. Mr. David Edwtards, Dolfor, presided at the weekly sitting of the Tribunal for Aberystwyth rural district on Friday morning. There were thirty-six applica- tions for hearing, thflee of which were further adjourned. Mr. W. P. Owen supported the applica- tion of Ernest Rees Davies, 3, Padarn- lane, described as the only butcher at Llanbadarn. If he had to go the business he had worked up would be destroyed. In reply to M r. Percy Wilkinson, the military representative, applicant said he did not know that butchers were closing shops because there was no business for them. Mr. Owen—They like a bit of meat at Llanbadarn. Mr. Wilkinson-So they do in Berlin. Conditional exemption was granted. The following were also granted con- ditional exemption: David William Edwards, Ctaemeirch, Devil's Bridge; ftXavid Oliver Williams, Frongoch, lrerddol; Kichard James Jones, Llethr- meJyn, CroStSwood; Fred Charles Davey, Goginanfawr: David Rees, Aberllolwyn, Llanfarian; William Thomas, Troedrhiw- lwba, Capel Bangor. Evan Jones, Tany- graig, Trefenter; William Sidney Owen, Tynrhelig, Borth. William Evans, Bryn- (erwynmaw^ 'Lknfiha/ngel-gefneu'rgjyn; William Stephens. Brynda, Llangwyryfon (for whom Mr. William Davies, of Messrs. Smith. Davies and Evans appeared); and John R,chard Lewis, Troedybryn, Bow- street. On bp half of tHe Hafod Estate, Mr. A. J. Hughes supported the applications of D. K. Dunn, erardener. Joseph Apple- ton, sawyer. George W. Cook (Mr. Waddingham's valet), 11lld J. G. Morris Davies, estate agent. Mr. Hughes said that twelve months ago 29 men were reg'ularlv employed on the esfca.ie, com- pared with thirteen left now with the four applicants. Four of the former employees wei> 'in klvakil, one had been granted conditional exemption, one reiected, one was e,ivhtoon Tears of age, and two had left. Mr. Waddingham was
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Lampeter Welsh Guard. I PRIVATE E. DAVIES, A native of Lampeter, formerly in the Constabulary. On service in r ranee. I
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Aberystwyth Brothers. I Mr ROBERT LLOYD, FIetd Ambulance (son of Mr. and Mrs William Lloyd, Master and Matron, Aber- ystwyth Workhouse), formerly assistant master at Tredegar Workhouse and at Mr Hugh Hughes, solicitor's office. Mr. TEDDY LLOYD. Field Ambulance, brother of Mr. Robert Lloyd, engaged at the Labour Exchange, at Newtown, before joining the colours. (Photos by Culliford, North-parade).
I (Continued from previous dolumn). seventy-seven years of age and an invalid. Conditional exemption was granted in the four cases. Mr. A. J. Hughes also appeared on be- half of Mr. D. R. Thomas, Tanrallt Stud Farm, Talybont, in support of the applica- tion of Arthur Percy Sowerby, manager of the Stud Farm. It was stated that Mr. Thomas had charge of three chemists shops at Oxford. His three sons and assistants had voluntarily joined the I army. There were twenty-one mares in foal at the farm. Conditional* exemption was granted. Mr. Hughes also appeared on behalf of Mr. Edward Jones, in support of the applications of his two sons, Emlyn Mason Jones, Post Office, Ponterwyd, and lor- werth Mason Jones, Penllwyn Stores. The former was refused and the elder son was granted conditional exemption. Mr. Jones expressed willingness for one son to join. The applications of Iorwerth Davies Edwards, Smithy Cottage, Llaniter, and William Jones, TynberUan, were adjourned- Temporary exemptions were granted as follows:—John Thomas, Pengraig, Llan- l-adarn, secretary of St. Padarn's Lodge, until the end of July John Thomas Lewis, Gwarcwm, Capel Bangor," until Septem- ber 29th. Edwin Ivor Jenkins, Pwllcen- awon, Capel Batigor, until July 15th; Jolla Rowlands, Lluest, -Goginan, until the end of July; and John Morgan Davies, Tymawr, Ponterwyd, until September 15th. Mr. E. J. Evans said the Board of Agriculture laid great stress on ploughing. Mr. Wilkinson—The Board of Agricul- ture want to retain the necessary men only and we have done our best to take away from the farms the men who are unnecessary. He was gl-ad, Mr. Wilkin- son added, to notice that many dairymen had taken the Tribunal's advice to make arrangements for women to assist in ^delivering milk to tow)n. Thomas Richard Beechy, Llettyllwyd, lalybont, and William Pierce Jones, (OJanrafon, Bow Street, were said to have joined and their applications were refused F. E. Brookling, Golf Club House, Borth,' was said to have been rejected. The following applications were refused Emlyn Morgan, Leicester House, Taly- bont; David Isaac, Llwynrhydded, Tre- fenter. David William Evans, Druid Inn, Gorman; Daniel R. Griffiths, Glanrafoit, Llanrhystyd: William James Jones, Bryn- bura., Llanddjeinol. There was another long sitting of the fjriounax yesterday (Thursday).
ABERAERON. THE BIRDS ('By J.M.H.) It is the last opportunity of the season for referring to the goldfinches in their proper setting. The apple trees are in full bloom and what a bloom it is just now! A flood of sunshine is falling through a roof of rosy pink and the most delicate of white blossom Underneath the ground is alive with the green vigour of spring and strewn with bloom shaken from the trees. It is far preferable to the most artistic of the formal patterned carpet of the richest drawing room. And here comes the goldfinches to flutter and to twitter in the orchard. Their golden feathers listen and the red top- knot shines. They coquet, they swing on the tenderest sapling. They are very, very busy and they have no time rest, although a day for them must be as long as a month to a less nervous bird. They are off again. What fairies in a fairy- land J
Lampeter Authorities. GUARDIANS AND DISTRICT COUNCIL. Present at Lampeter Guardians on Friday, Messrs. D. I. Rees (chap- man), Evan Davies, Lampeter; Tom Davies, Cellan; T. M. Griffiths, Llanfair; William Rees, Llangybi; Thomas Davies, and Thomas Bowen, Llanwenog: Rhys Ll. Evans, Watkin Davies, and M. L. W. Lloyd Price, Llany- byther; D Thomas, Llanfihangelrhosycorn; John Thomas, Llanllwni. David Lewis, and William Edwards, Pencarreg, vrtith J. Ernest Lloyd, clerk. Pontypridd G'uardiVins asked Lampeter to accept the chargeab'ility of a girl of 18 years with her illegitimate child.—The Clerk having reported that her settlement was in Lampeter Union, it was decided to accept her without an order. No notice of appointment of overseers having been reecived firom the Parish Council of Llanwnen, the Guardians appointed Mlessrs. Evan Thomas, Felin- 'raber, and John Rees, of Taigwynion. RJTRAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. RJTRAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. Mr. Thomas Davies presiding.. An order for the closing of the dwelling house called Frondes, Llanwenog, of which Mr. William Lewis, Frondes, Ammanford, was the owner, was made. The Surveyor asked for directions as to hiring a steam roller next winter. He said that several of the roads required repairing, "especially owing to extraordin- ary traffic in hauling timber.—The Council considered that it was a serious matter, and in order to have time to think over it, deferred consideration to the next meeting. Cellan Parish Council wrote, calling attention to the dangerous state of the road from Tafarndy, Cellan, to the mill on the Llanfair parish side.—Mr. T. M. Griffiths could not see why the Parish Council did not repair the road. Mr. Tom Davies replied that as it was a road and not a path the Parish Council had no power to spend money on it. 'The road was highly dangerous, but all that was required was a fence alongside the bank of the rilver. There wos, protection from the river, and several children passed daily to school.—Mr T. M. Griffiths said that for all practical purposes the road was merely a footpath, no vehicles ever went over it. The road also had not been taken over by the District Council.— In reply to Mr. Tom Davies, the Clerk sa,id the District Council had powers over roads which were in existence prior to 1835. The question was whether the Council by expending a small amount on the road would not be making itself responsible for the maintenance of it •altogether.—Mr. Tom Davies urged the road was much used, especially by children coming and going to and from school, and he did not see why the District Council could not go to a small expense in pro- tecting it.—After further discussion the matter was allowed to drop.
LAMPETER? MONTHLY MARKET —The monthly mafi#et was held on Monday. Prices were high. Small pigs realised from 35s. to 42s. per head; old fowls 5s. a couple; young fowls, 6s. a couple. ducks, 7s. 6d. a couple; cabbage and plants, Is. 8d. a hundred.
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I Dolgelley R.E. SERGT. GEO. R. H. ARNFIELD, Dolgelley, R.E., younger son of Mrs. Arnfield, Glyn- dwr, on active service in France for the past ten months.
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i Aberystwyth Sapper. SAPPER R. HOPTON, Skinner Street, joined the Royal Engineers at Chatham and has been at the Western front for the past eighteen months: was at the battle of Loos. Formerly in the employ of Mr. Richards, Market-street. I
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Barmouth Fusilier. I PRIVATE EVAN EVANS, Craig View, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Evans; was at Suvla Bay landing, now in the East. The "Cambrian News" helps itg adver- tisers to frame schemes and prepare copy. copy.
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Criccieth Soldier. I PRIVATE J. WOODWARD, I Criccieth.
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Machynlleth R.W.F. I PRIVATE E. BOWEN. Second son of Mr. T. Bowen, coal mer- chant. and Mrs. Bowen, on active service.
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Portmadoc Doctor. I DR. HARRY R. GRIFFITH, Tanronen, Portmadoc. First Lieutenant, R.A.M.C., who died in camp hospital near Whitchurch and was buried with full military honours at Oswestry on Thursday, of last week.
School Managers Protest
School Managers' Protest. MACHYNLLETH AND PROFESSOR'S PENSION. On Friday the Oounty School Governors met at the school, Mr. Edward Hughes, Mathafarn, presiding. There were also present Mrs. Jenkins, The Bank, Messrs. John Thomas, Richard Rees, and T. R. Morgan, H. Meredyth Roberts, clerk, and H. Meyler, M.A., headmaster. Mr. Hughes, on taking the chair, th-anked the Governors for the honour they had conferred on him at the annual meeting. He was afraid he would not be able to attend each meeting, but would do his best to justify the confidence reposed in him. A letter from the Rev. Gwilym Rees, rector of Llanbrynmair, was read asking for generous consideration of the case of a girl from that district. The request was deferred to the beginning of the school year in Septembee. A letter from Mr. J. H. Davies, M.A., registrar of the Aberystwyth University College, was read inviting the Governors to nominate a representative on the Board of Governors of the College.—Mr. T. Parsons said he was surprised at the request and proposed that the Governors should decline the invitation. He did not consider it was right and proper to support people who decided to subscribe so handsomely to one who belonged to an enemy country. Public bodies should show their disapproval of the proposal by declining to co-operate with them.—Mr. John Thomas seconded the proposition, which was carried unanimously. The Clerk read the report of the Finance Committee showing a credit balance on the general account fund of £ 452 and an overdraft of £102 on the repairs account. Against that, however, there was expected from the County Council a sum of JE150. The Headmaster was instructed to take steps to fill the pending vacancy due to the appointment of Mr. Evan Jones, B.Sc., to the headmastership of Llanfyllin School. The Headmaster explained the great difficulty he expected in securing a man at present. In many cases women were found who taught certain subjects equally well, but he had not yet met with a woman who taught science. There was also the woodwork class which Mr. Evan Jones had taken.—It was decided to leave the matter in the Headmaster's discre- tion to seek a suitable person and to report further. MONTGOMERY AND DR ETHE'8 PENSION. At Montgomery Town Council, last week, it was stated that Dr. Ethe, the German professor payment of whose pension of £ 150 a year by the University College of Wales, has raised so much protest, is now being employed in a Government depart- ment. When Montgomery Town Council was asked by the College Court of Gov- ernors to renew the appointment of the representative governor. Alderman C. P. Davies protested that it was a scandalous thing to the whcfe of Wales that they were paying a pension to a German. The Mayor—We had better appoint Alderman Davies as a governor. Alderman Davies-I should be very savage with them. I move that we do not send a representative until thev have stopped paying a German a nension It. is an everlasting disgrace to Wales and the nation at large that we have such men in our midst who propose second, and carry that this German should have English money for the rest of his life. The Mayor—Where is he now ? The Town Clerk-I understand that he is engaged in Government work. That is a sti'll further disgrace, if it is true. Alderman Davies's motion was unani- mously agreed to.
Llanybyther Council. COLLIERY TRAFFIC QUESTION. Mr. Rhys Ll. Evans presided at Llany- byther Rural District Council. The Clerk produced estimates of expenses of the Council for the half year ending 30th September, and orders were s gned, the overseers of the parishes to pay in equal instalments on the 9th June and the 18th August next—Llanybyther, £ 130; Llf^nycrwys, £ 46; Llanfiliangelrhosycofln, £ 56; Llanllwni, £ 86; and Pencarreg, E122. Mr. Clewes, Western Valley's Anthra- cite Collieries wrote in reply to the Clerk's letter, that they were prepared to contri- bute towards the expense of repairing the road from Rhydycymere to Llanybyther, provided the Council would at once have the road put in proper order for their lorry. They were now unable to get half the work out owing to the state pf the road. It was alleged that the present condition of the road had been brought about by extraordinary traffic in hauling timber for the collieries and using a steam traction engine. It was also reported that considerable expense would have to be incurred to put the road into its normal condition.— Mr. Lloyd Price suggested that the colliery should be asked what proportion of that expense they were prepared to contribute, and that the Sur- veyor should keep a, detailed account of all expenditure incurred. After dis- cussion, the suggestion of Mr. Price was adopted. Mr. Joshua Evans, sanitary inspector, intimated that the mains at Treherbert required flushing and was directed to carry out the work. ASSESSMENT COMMITTEE. Mr. Rhys LI. Evans, presiding. The only matter before the Committee was an appeal by Mr. John Davies, Cambrian Shoe Factory, Lampeter, ogainst the assessment of gardens on the Common. As Mr. Davies was not present, it was decided to adjourn the matter.
Cardiganshire Dairying Examination
Cardiganshire Dairying Examination. THE RESULTS. The following is the result of the dairy examination for Cardiganshire held at the University College of Wiles:-Almi M. Lewis. Bryngwyn Canol, Llanfihangel, 233 marks; Lizzie Lloyd Jones, Penybont, Tre. garon, 220 marks; Jano Lloyd, 72, Church- road, Hcmerton, London (private), 214 marks; Ellen Ann Hughes, Carregcad- wgan, Talybont. 213 marks; Rose V. Bebb, Camer Fawr, Tregaron, 210 marks: Bessie A. RichardsJ Peng'ais, Aherystwyth. 195 marks; Lizzie Jones, Penllwyn Farm, Llanddewi Brefi, 188 marks: Mary James. Tynrhos. Bow Street, 182 mnrks; and Annie J. Edwards, Llwynbeudy Farm, Swyddffynon, 173 marks.
ABERDOVEY. SHELL FISH.—Shell fish to the value of L139 was landed in Aberdovey and dis- trict during the March quarter this year as compared with L43 in the corresponding quarter last year. Give your visitors your card. Small cards for those who let apartments are a speciality at the "Cambrian News" Office. Any quantity from 50 upwards.
Aberganolwyn Fusilier. PRIVATE EVAN OWEN WILLIAMS, Son of Airs. Ellen Williams Cwrt, Aber- ganolwyn, serving with the Mediterranean Expeditionary Force.
I Dyffryn Brothers
I Dyffryn Brothers. DAVID M. HUGHES, Panteanol. :r.#- PRIVATE JOHN P. HUGHES, at the western front.
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In East Africa. I Quarter Master R. H. ROBERTS, Portmadoc. whose wife (Mrs. Amelia Roberts) resides at 15. Cornhill [The portrait which appeared last week over Quarter Master Roberts s name was unfortunately wrongly piaced. Portraits of Mrs. Roberts's two brothers—William David Roberts, R.N., and Driver R. H. Roberts-will appear next week]. Quartermaster R. H. Roberts, 15, Cornhill, Portmadoc, of the Naval Heavy Battery, writing on April 17th from Mombasa, British East Africa, to our Portmadoc correspondent, says "Since I last wrote to you many things have happened. Many changes have occurred and, more's the pity, many lives have been lost. But I am glad to be able to tell you that I am still in good health. I have been in hospital for two weeks, but am all right again. I must apologise for not having written before now, but when you are chasing Huns you seem to forget any other matter. I am glad to say that things are very satisfactory here, and the Huns are glad to make a run for it, when- ever they come in contact with our people. So, drawing calculations tfrom things in general, I should not be sur- prised to see it all finished here very soon. And I can tell you I, for one, shall be Very gliad, seeing thnt I have now been away two years from home. There may be a remote chance of our being able to come home then for a few days. I always thought old Port took the bun for rain; but we are now passing through the wet season here. And rain! Well, I must say that you ought to see it, and then pass an opinion. It can rain in East Africa. But, thank God, though it has an inclination to dampen our ardour, I cannot yet see any sign of it dampening anybody's spirit. The spirit of the army here is something to be proud of. Wre have seen some pretty tough fighting. But they have to retreat now (the Ger- mans I mean, remember), because we are now a few too many for them. There is one thing out here I must tell you about and that is the mountain of Kilimanjaro, rising as it does nearly 20,000 feet above sea level. The best way I can explain it is to surmise that you have about six Snowdons on top of each other and then put Moel-y-Gest on top of that again, -and then you have Kilimanjaro, the Mountain of Everlasting Snow. I have looked at it more than a hundred times a day, and every time you look it has something new to show you in the different shades, hues, and colour of the snow, as the tropical sun plays on it. But you cannot put your thoughts in words. The majestic mount- ain seems to hold you in a trance. We had quite a number of German prisoners going past us last week, both white and black, and what a dishevelled, war-worn, hungry-looking lot they were. Though our own men go out for days at a time fighting in the bush, there is one thing about them that you can never see in a Germhun, and that is, they always come up smiling, cracking jokes, or singing. Much as I would like to come home to Pert, I don't want to come home until the job out here is finished, and then there might be a chance for us to have a few days at home, before we turn our guns on them from some other point of the compass. Iam glad to say that I get the 'Cambrian News' every mail." Give your visitors your card. Small cards for those who let apartments are a speciality at the "Cambrian News" Office. Any quantity from 50 upwardfi.
When I say soap I mean-Fairy soap. The best and goes furthest. tBOM At HBOUrr CO. LTD., MWCJUtTUMN TYKB. James Morgan, FRUITERER AND FLORIST, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, i i, Pier Street, Aberystwyth, EGGS. EGGS. EGGS. Bought In any quantity for Cash. HAVE YOU SENT TOUR SOLDIER A, BOX OF CIGARETTES THIS WEEK Recollect that our price for GOLD FLAKE CIGARETTES is 50 for 1/3 and 100 for 2/6. Our famous Egyptian, Havanna, Russiaa and Virginia Blended Cigarettes we will forward carriage paid to any part for 2/8 per 100, and also Gold Flake. Oash with order. Blends also sold at our premises in Terrace Road, at 7jd. per packet of 25. HENRY LONCLEY, Tobacconist, Tebraci ROAD, Abertstwvth Be careful not to soak, rub, v..Jlffp or scrub the clothes when jiRNfffflV using mm SIMPLE SIMON He can show you a better way. Ask your grocer; he knows. Costs a groat; worth £ s. i 4 .aP7 RHO U14ADULTERATEI) HOLEMEAL Allinson Bread gives you ALL the WHEAT, including those elements provided by Nature for the health and welfare of 1 the human system. See the band on every loaf. ( Allinson Brzad is Baeso BY G. FELLOWES, The Central Oafé, 10, North Parade, Aberystwyth. Messrs. WARD & Co., Great Darkgat* Street, Aberystwyth. Other ALLINSON Specialities SOLD BY J. WALTERS, 4, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. D. LLOYD, North Bnd Stores, Aberyst. wyth. GEORGE FELLOWES, Baker and Oonfeetioner, CBHTBAI. a.B. NORTH PARADE, High-Class RESTAURANT, Having Seating Accommodation for 100 Persona, DINNERS PROVIDED DAILY. TEA3, &c., pre pared at all times. This Business will be carried on in eonnMr tion with that established at 19, TERRAO. ROAD, which is noted for the quality of HOME MADE WHITE & PATENT BREAD- and CONFECTIONERY and General Grocery. Agent for Dr Allinson's Whole-Meal Bread. Also Daren and Hovis Bread. Made Daily under Model Hygienic Conditions- A TRIAL WILL KNSUBX CUSTOM. 1>8- Scientific Sight-Testing and Frame Fit ting Qualified Sight-Tee ting Optician. W. MIALL JONES M.P.S. Pharmaoeutioal Chemist Fellow of the Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers, and of the Institute of Ophthalmic Opticians. 33, TERRACE RD., ABERYSTWYTH THE GREAT WELSH REMEDY RELIEF FROM COUGH IN 6 MINUTEo For CouKh8> for Colds, for Uct V ICO D Asthma, for Bronchitis, for Boai senesa, for Influenza, forCougbs, for Sore Throat, rfV> Moat Soothing, Warms the V>U ll^il Chest, DissolTesthe Phlegm For Singers, for Public Speakers. By Chemists 1 Mixture1/3'i3/ Proprietor: HUGH DAVIES, Chemist. MACHYNLLETH. MOLRAT the Poiaon fer Moles ft Put Earthworms in a pot and aprnkle the Powder over them, then place in the path of the Moles. In Packet*, Is. 6d. each. Proprietor—Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth. Aberystwyth Agents: Wynne A 8om, Chemists. Mr. JAMES REES, Dental Surgery, 30, Alexandra Road. ABERYSTWYTH. (Same Street as Railway Station) ATTENDS PERSONALLY. TREGAPON, 1st and last Tuesdays In each month. LAMPETERi8nd and 4th Fridays in each m^nth. LLANRHYSTYD, 3rd Wednesday, hours 10 to Il-9fr s.m. Also let, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Fridays in easfc month, hours 10 to 11 a.m. LLANON,3rd Wednesday, 11-30 to 1. Also lAt, Joel. 3rd and 4th Fridays in each moutb,bou ra 11 to It. ABEkAYRON, 3rd Wednesday, houre 1-30 to 3-SOt Also 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Fridays in seek month, at Ben Davies, Hairdresser, Albam. Square, or by appointment, hours 12 to I. LLANARTH, 1st and 3rd Fridays in each uanth NEW QU AY, let and 3rd Fridays in each month. MACHYNLLETH, 1st, 2nd and 4th Wednesday! (s each month, at Mrs Trevor Jones, Aromb. Railway Terrace. 1916. 0 Agricultural SEEDS. PROVED STOCKS. MANGEL,— Long Red Mammoth. Cocks' Challenge Yellow Globes- Golden Gatepost. SWEDE,— Elephant ] Kangaroo V Grand Varieties, Lord Derby ) TURNIP,— Purple top Yellow. Green Globe. PRICES ON APPLICATION. G. WILKINSON & SONi SEEDSMEN,' ABERYSTWYTH,. Telephone 88.