Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
Institution: The National Library of Wales
Rights: This resource is copyright of Cambrian News Ltd.
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I gttrths, images, anb ileilltb Owing to increawifg cotll it has become necessary to make a prcp**d charge of 1» 6d for Anuouuce aaentdAunder thi. heading. BIRTHS. -BARBER.—On the 8th inst., at The Mitre, Tunnel Avenue, East Greenwich, London, to Katie, the wife of William N. Whitehead Barber-a son. pl39 MARRIACES. JONES-HILDITCH.-On Thursday, Aug. 10th at St. Mary's Church, Flint, Oorpl. Edmund Jones, King's Lvverpool Regi- ment, of 13 Dublin-street, Tremadoc, to Miss Frances Hilditch, 70, Mount Pleasant, Flint. pl40 JAMj'.S-LA WSON.-At St. Marys Church Swansea, on Saturday morning, August' 5th, Thomas Stanley Gomer fourth son of the late Mr. Evan Hugh James and Mrs. James, of Isllwyn, Car- adog-road. Aberystwyth, to Gwendoline Maud, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Law son, Carlton-terrace, Swan- sea. P145 DEATHS. JONES—On August 8th, at General Hospital, Rouen, France, of wounds. Signaller T. D. Jone. of the Kind's Royal Rifles, younger son of the late William Jones, late Master of Aberjstwvth Workhouse, and of Mrs Jones, Church View, High Street, Black. wood, Mon. pU2 IN MEMORIAM. TAN.NEIR.-In loving memory of dear Elsie, who died August 12th, 1915, aged 3 vears. We loved you in life, you are dear to us still; But in grief we must bend to God's holy will. Our sorrow was great, your loss hard to ™ But angels, dear Elsie, will tend you with care. Father and Mother, p373 Frondeg, Llwyngwril._
SiffOATIONS VACANT. PPIJCATIONS are invited for the position of Traveller to a well-known firm of Welsh Printers, doing an extensive business. Applicants must be conversant with most modern methods and be business getter. Welsh an advantage. Salary and commission.—Apply Box 21, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. d182 CLERK and Warehouseman, ineligible, wanted at the Bibby Cake Stores, Aberystwyth good wages to reliable man.— Apply to Mr Harries, above address. pi 12 DAIR.Y.-Young lady wanted for house work and assist in shota (Welsh), three in family. Salary, £ 26; good home. — Apply, Jones, 76, Askew-road, Shep- herd's Bush, London. W. P128 ARDENER Wanted, working head G of two small greenhouse vegetables (chiefly.—Mrs Storey, Plas Nantyr, Glyn, Chirk. G- ENERAL Servant Wanted.-Apply Mrs. Whiteside, 10, Park Road, St. Annes-on-the-Sea. póO EN-k!CA,L SERVA.NT required, for G Derby, at the close of the season, or sooner.—Apply, Mrs. Nicolson, Penmount, Barmouth. d365 CM ENERAL WANTED for Birmingham, age 25 to 35; small family, no children. Must have good references.—Apply, stat- ing wages, etc., to Mrs. Vaughan, 4, Gogerddan Cottages, Penglaise-road, Aber, ystwyth, or Mrs Hall, 236, Alcester-road, Moseley, Birmingham.. pl37 GOOD -Strong General Wanted; small I family.—Mr. R. Gillart, Llynlloedd, Machynlleth. d356 TVTALE ATTENDANTS required. Pre, vious experience unnecessary. Salary commences at C,30, increasing to E50 and upon promotion to £ 65 per annum, with board, lodging, washing and uniforms.— Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester. d351 pORK BUTCHER.-Want,d, Strong Lad, used to horses; knowledge of trade preferred.—Apply, giving particu- lars, Chappell and Thomas, Pontypridd. SMART BOY wanted, permanent. Must be quick. Good opportunity to learn a trade.—Apply, by letter, to X, "Cambrian News," stating age and school. d29 STATIONERY. Fancy, News-Wanted, "Cambrian News," stating age and school. d29 STATIONERY. Fancy, News—Wanted, for Bangor. L<*dy Assistant good stock- keeper and saleswoman Welsh spoken.— State age, experience, salary required, live in. to "Stationery," "Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth. pl06 frAILORS.-Wanted at once, first-class '— Men for coats, breeches, trousers, etc.; permanency splendid log.-Apply, Arthur Owen, Gold Meditllist Tailor, Aberystwyth. VACANCY in Septemher at Kelland Kindergarten Training College, Leicester, for Student qualified to commerce training for the diploma. Premium. Apply, Principal. p82 WANTKD General, age 18 to 20; com- fortable home; help given; small family; references; stnte wftges.-Apply, Jones, Dynevor Farm, Liandilo, South Wales. p107 WANTED Shorthand Typist, male or female; must be good operator. — Apply, Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, Aber- ystwyth. pli3 WANTED, immediately, n Gardener; ineligible 32s. per week.—Williams, Abermellte, Portneat hvaughan. pl09 X^"ANTED, an experienced Housemaid; wages 118, and part uniform. Apply with references to Matron, Sanatorium, 1 al- garth. p90 VVTANTEL), Kuud Cook-Geiieiai, for email family; good wages; uo washing or boots.—Box 280, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. d200 WAXTED, a Young Lady who has had experience in Millinery, and to serve in the Drapery.—Apply, J. H. Williams, Llanbrynmair. \\TANTED.—Housekeeper Welsh, for ™ small Cottage. Age 20 to 40.-Apply by letter, David Jones, Hangel Cottage, pear Llandebie. pl32 Tl,rANTED at once T "Hirers for Pit- wood felling (at Garth Wood), for Mr. Boynton. Good wages paid.—Apply to Lewis Jones, Penybryn, Glandyfi. p66 ~TANTED to Purchase Small Farm in Merionethshire, Llanbedr or Dyffryn district.—Box 7, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl46 ANTED, General, by 12th September nrivate house, 2 in family; washing nor baking.—Apply, Mrs Mawdtlwy Jones, 32, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. pl47 SITUATIONS WANTED. MAN ineligible, late Traveller, some know- ledge office work, motors, wants employ- ment, any line; Aherystwyth or (iisirici.- GoLdd, 4, Westbourne Grove, Ashton on- r Mersey. CheshifP. pHI ANTED, a situation as working house- keeper to a gentleman or attendant on an elderly Ilady.-Mary, 7, Bryntirion- terrace, Criccieth. pi 20 TO BE LET OR SOLD. t mSHXSiWYTH.—To oe Let, for long or short period, Furnished House, pleasantly oituated within few minutes of tea, etc.-Apply. to Daniel 1. liees& Evans, House Agenti., 4, Baker-t-treet, Aberystwyth. d50 B KR Y fc»T W Y TH. — 1 o be Let for the season only, Commodious Shop and Premises, occupying beat position iu main business thoroughfare.—Apply to nit/del I. Rees & Evans. House Ageuis, etc., 4, Baker- street, Aberystwyth. d49 tiORTH.-Conveiiient Furnished Cottage; facing sea. Terms, September 2 gns. —Apply, Sproule, Talybont-on-Usk. pll8 TWELLING HOUSE and SHOP, known -*— as Hotel Metropolc, in Chalybeate- street, Aberystwyth, to let. Premises are in centre of town and suitable for any business. Immediate possession. -Apply, J. W. James. Tannery, Aberystwyth. pl44 "PURNISHED HOUSES to be let. For full list. Barmouth and Cardigan Bay District, also list of properties to be sold or let, apply to Edwin Blakey, Architect, Surveyor, and Estate Agent. Barmouth v( H IGRLANDS.To be Let, Furnished, for August, September, containing 3 bedrooms, 2 entertaining rooms, kitchen and scullery.—Apply, Mrs Jones, Criccieth. p94 LTOUSE TO LET, November 12th, 1916, —— 55, Cambrian-street, A heryst wyt h.- Apply, David R. Williams, Builder, Llan-1 badjrn. pill HOUSE TO LET, with mmediate posses, sion, No. 11 Corporat:on Street Aberystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. 0767 1 IAESYGLYN, Llanfihangel, near Aber- j ystwyth. To let, furnished or un-1 furnished. Two Reception. 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Lavatory, Kitchen, Scullery, I Garden; excellent water supply. Near Station, Church. Post.—Apply, above address. d26 N SALE BY PRIVATE TRKATY, ■ wo farms known as Maescoch and Pan- dyrgader consisting of about 150 acres and situated within two mileq of the town of Dolgelley. For further particulars, apply— D G. Owen. Ironmonger, etc. Smithfield- street. Dolgelley. pl34 p ORTMADOC, 130, High Street, com- I- mOdious Dwelling House and Shop to let; best position in town; cheap rental.— —Apply, Griffith^ 3, Caroline Street, Briton Ferry. rl H) LET, 3L Little Dark gate Street, ones, 1 formerly occupied by Mr Ashley Jones, Hairdresser. Possession 29th September.— Apply, Messrs Smith and Davies, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. pl26 TO LET, from 12th November next, San- don House, Caergog Terrace, 2 reception, 6 bedrooms, kitchen, bath h. and c., 2 w.c.'s: outside washhouse: electric light. Sunny position. Rent, £ 28.— Apply, 41, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. p68 0 LET, from Michaelmas lIext, Tynyfron X Farm, Llanilar.—Apply, Roberts and and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. pl43 T^O BE LET, House containing 5 rooms and basement, with good view of sea.— Apply, 4, St. Michael's-place, Aberystwyth. p 117 rpo LET, with immediate possession, Silverdale," 41. Queen's-road, Aber- ystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. dl56 CAEGWIAN FARM, Near BARMOUTH. This DESIRABLE FARM, of 305 acres, TO BE LET SHORTLY. Apply, GlandwY Lodge, near Dolgerey. pl35 BRONWYLFA. BORTH. R.S.O., CARDIGANSHIRE. mo BE SOLD, the above Desirable Free- hold Residence, containing 4 Bed- rooms, Dining and Drawing Rooms, Bath- room, and usual appurtenances; situate at the south end of Borth, in a safe and secluded position, fronting the sea: speci- ally adapted for the use of Visitors.— Apply, Mrs Beynon, Evelwen Borth. or Mr A. J. Hughes, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. A BACHELOR GENTLEMAN wants '—— board residence as guest with nice family and offers £ 2s. Ud. a week for a long stay, possibly permanent. Outdoor amusements, and a hand at cards occasion- ally in the evening greatly appreciated.— Piccadilly Agency. 0<5 and 39, Piccadilly, London, W. pl33 MRS. FINCH, Burleigh House, 29, Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. Tea and refreshments good accommodation for cyclists. Winter and Summer lodgings pJ24 V^TANTED, Small Unfurnished Cottage, near the sea state annual rent to M. M., 7. Bryntirion-terrace, Criccietb. p84 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. »DE ON Y«»UK MEITLE," "Don't Hoard your I_> Metal," Wanted for Munitions. Cash buyers BraSil, Copper, Lt-ad, Zinc, Heavy Catt Iron, Scrap 65* ton, also buyer old Portable KDeines Mortar Pans, Rancid Fate, Damp Tea, Dirty Dimp Sugars, Old Currantsi am thing purchased, no waiting for Oawh.—Thomas Horton, Merthyr. p83 NEW LAID EGGS WANTED.-Weekly supplies; cash with order; boxes sup- pliedi-PriceE, etc., tol Dickinsojn's, 56, Cambrian-street, Ancoats. Ma nob ester p!36 T^'ANTED to purchase Farm with good buildings, not near town or village Merionethshire, Carnarvonshire or Cardigan- shire preferred; state price and full particulars. —Apply, Box 6, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyr h. PI 19 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. /^