Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
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girths, anb geatlu ] Owing to increatieg costs it has become necessary to make a prtlpild charge of la 6d for Announce- ments un_der_this heading. j BIRTH I DAVIES-On August 24th, at 2, Windsor- I road, Barry, to Mr. and Mrs R. Pittard I Davies (nee Margaret Meredith), a daugjhter. pl72 MARRIAGES. RICHARDS—PRITCHARD.—On the 26th August, at the English Calvinistic Methodist Church, Bridgend, by the I Rev. V. W Howell, Pencoed, Arthur Richards, London and Provincial Bank, London, to Miss Ethel Pritchard, of Bridgend. pl78 DEATHS. THOMAS.—August 25th, at Mill Road Military Hospital, Liverpool, through illness contracted on active service, Private William Thomas, R.A.M.C., aged ^8, the beloved eldest son of M. 0. and Arthur W. Wynne Thomas Anfield, Liverpool, and grandson of the late William Thomas, Chemist, Bala. pl89 IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of my dear husband, I Tom Fenn, Penmaenpool, who passed away August 30th, 1914. Two years have passed and still I miss him Friends may think the wound has healed; But they little know the sorrow That lies within my heart concealed. pl71 ACKNOWLEDCMENT. Mr. Evan Jones, 7, Railway-place, Port- madoc, tenders on behalf of himself and famiily their heartfelt thanks for the many expressions of sympathy and kind letters received on the death of his son, Private Evan J. Jones, West Yorks., who fell in France on August 4th. pl68 f
PH EP A TD SCALE. I Houses to Let, Hopkie, Wanted, Situations Wanted Uituatoug Vac:\ut.v'rhnent¡¡¡ to be Let, Miscel, lan ous Wanted, rf icles Lost and Found. No. of On* Three Six Nime Words rneert':oa Insertions Insertions Insertions s. d. s- d. «. d, 8. d. 1 10 20 30 46 18 1 6 3 0 4 6 56 35 20 40 56 66 42 26 50 66 76 49 30 60 76 86 N.B.—If Box Number tfiven 3M. extra charged for postage of replies. LOST AND FOUND. LOST AT BORTH On the CLIFFS, SUNDAY AFTERNOON, A GOLD WATCH Of Great Value to Owner alone. If returned to Mrs. HANS WHITE, Malgwyn, Borth, Finder Will Receive f-1 Reward. SITUATIONS VACANT. PPLICATIONS 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 .mmission.-Apply Box 21, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. API ilENTICE wanted at once.—-Apply, A T. Jenkins, Chemist, Portmadoc. AIR.Y.-Youiig lady wanted for house D work and assist in shoD (Welsh), three in family. Salary, 926; good home. —Apply, Jones, 76, Askew-road, Shep- herd's Bush, London,'W. pl2° 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. P157 GOOD Strong General Wanted; small family.—Mr. R. Gillart, Llynlloedd, Machynlleth. d356 MALE ATTENDANTS required. Pre- vious experience unnecessary. Salary commences at L,30 increasing to L50 and upon promotion to 265 per annum, with I board, lodging, washing and uniforms.— Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester. d351 S~MART BOY wanted, permanent. Must. be quick. Good opportunity to learn a trade.—Apply, by letter, to X Cambrian News, stating age and school. STATIONERY, Fancy, News.—Wanted, S for Bangor, Lady Assistant; good stock- keeper and saleswoman Welsh spoken.— 'State age, experience, salary required, live in, to "Stationery," "Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. plod TO TAILORS.—Wanted a Coat Maker; also Trouser and Vest Hands.— Apply, Edwards, Tailor, Borth, 8.0. d39l ACA NCY in September at Kelland Kindergarten Training College, Leicester, for Student qualified to commerce training for the diploma. Premium. Apply, Principal. p82 WANTED General, age 18 to 20; com- W fortable home; help given; small family; references; RtoRte wages.— Apply, Jones. Dynevor Farm, Llandilo, South Wales. ANTED, a Young Lady who has had experience in Millinery, and to serve in the Drapery.—Apply, J. H. Williams, Llanbrynmair. T\7ANTED.— Housekeeper; Welsh, for small Cottage. Age 20 to 40.—Apply by letter, David Jones, Rangel Cottage, near Llandebie. pl32 w ANTED, girls straight from school for printing works in Aberystwyth.— Apply, by letter, to Printing, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. WANTED, immediately, capable gen- eral; three in family; no children; good wages.—Apply, by letter, enclosing references, Mrs. Jrjlin Lewis, Tophill, Pontypridd. p174 A NTED, at Borth, 1, boys to sell I W "Cambrian News." have references. Good terms to right applicants. Apply, bv letter, to "Cambrian News, Aberystwyth, d405 ANTED.-Strong lad for the kitchen. —Apply, Manager, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth. p404 WANTED, for Llanelly, a good general servant, able to do plain cooking. I Small family.—Apply, in first place, to Miss Phillips, 73 x North-parade, Aberyst- vryilh. pl73 SITUATtONS WANTED. COOK WANTED, experienced and reli- -able for Cafe work.—Apply, stating age and wage to Owen, Confectioners, Aberystwyth. d434 pEil ALE ATTENDANTS. -R-espectable -*■ Single Women required, of fair education and good height; previous ex- perience unnecessary; salarj- commences at £ 25, rising after satisfactory service by annual increments of C2 to LW, and on promotion to JE50 per annum, with board, lodging, washing and uniform.—Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester d430 OOD COOK wanted' by middle Septem- GOOD COOK wanted' by middle Septem- her. Good reference required.— Apply, Miss Maries-Thomas, Somerville School, Aberystwyth. d412 OTIUS.-Wanted, good housemaid- -*— waitress, must be clean, honest, quick, and willing; good references. -Apply, Commercial Hotel, Poitmadoc. P L pl81 T AUNDRY-MAID required, to act also as attendant; wages commence at j325 per annum, with board, lodging, wash- ing, and uniform.—Apply to the Superin- tendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Man- chester. d429 \.T7"ANTED, a respectable Younpr Person, VV as between maid. Apply, with re- ference —Lion Royal Hijtei, Aberystwyth. d432 WANTED, Gamekeeper, good trapper, W etc.; not eligible for army. Apply, J. Toy, Quinta, Westou Rhyn, Oswestry. pl85 WANI'E D.Working Barmaid. State experience and wages required.— Old Junction Hotel, Conway. pl80 WANTED, sawyer used to round timber. Permanent, if suitable.—Apply, Box 10, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth, j p!76 WANTED.-Strong healthy girl c.s gen- eral and help with baby, two hJaids kept. Previous experience not essential, —Mrs. J. G. Morris Davies, Pwll Peiran, Devil's Bridge, Aberystwyth. (1411 WANTED, improver for millinery; also j apprentices for dressmaking.—Apply Jones, London House, Machynlleth. pl58 WANTED.-Smart youth as apprentIce i to ironmongery and furnishing trade, Bala.—Further particulars from L. J. Davies and Co. Ironmongers, etc., Bala, p187 W. ANTÊD, on September 29th, a good plain cook; also a house-parlour- i maid.—Apply, Mrs. Dr. Wood, Brongwyn- edd, Llanbedr, S.O., Merioneth. pl86 WANTED, about September 19th, young [ woman for domestic work. Family, 3; good wages; fare by arrangement.— Pearse, 7, Stanley-road, Criocieth. pl59 WANTED, at an early date, a really good Cook, male or female, capable of taking charge of hotel kitchen good wages given. Apply, Box 284, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. Please enclose reference. and age. d433 W ANTED, Superior Help, to do the work of a small apartment house.— Hereford House-, Queen's-road, Aberyst- wyth. pl60 WANTED.-Smart man to act as man- ager, buyer, stock and book-keeper for a firm of ironmongers and* builders' merchants. Must be willing to help at counter, warehouse, and yard. Ineligible, over military age.—Apply, with copy of references, stating age, experience, etc., to "Hardwaria," Office of this Paper. pl62 WOR-KING HOUSEKEEPER,, for elderly ladic-s; small country cot- tage; suit soldier's widow.—Mrs. Filgate, Mervinia-terrace, Aberdovey. pl77 ) SITUATIONS WANTED. I GENTLEMAN (country life) seeks post on estate, or any open-air situation. Knowledge of farming, cattle, horses, good rider.-Reply "A. Tanybryn, Glasfryn- terrace, Arthog. pl79 TO BE LET OR SOLD. HOUSE TO LET, November 12th, 1916, *■ 55, Cambrian-street, A berystwyth.- Apply, David R Williams, Builder, Llan- badarn. pill XXOUSE TO LET, with -mmediate posses. sion, No. 11, Corporation Street, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. o767 "JITAESYGLYN, Llanfihangel, near Aber- ystwyth. To let, furnished or un- furnished. Two Reception, 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Lavatory, Kitchen, Scullery, Garden; excellent water supply. Near Station, Church, Post.—Apply, above, address. d26 N SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, two farms known as Maescoch and Pan dyrgader consisting of about 150 acres and situated within two miles of the town of Dolgelley. For further particulars, apply- D. G. Owen, Ironmonger, etc, Smithfield- street, Dolgelley. pl34 FART of House to Let Furnished, in good neighbour!}; od, for the winter months, could give attendance.—Box 11, "Cambrian News,"Office, Aberystwyth. pl90 could give attendance.—Box 11, "Cambrian News, Office, Aberystwyth. pl90 PORTMADOC, 130, High Street, com- P modious Dwelling House and Shop to let; best position in town; cheap rental.— —Apply, Griffiths, 3, Caroline Street, Briton Ferry. pi 15 TALBOT HOTEL STABLES to let from — September 29th next.—Apply Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth pl84 TO LET, from Michaelmas next, Tynyfron Farm, Llanilar.—Apply, Roberts and and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. pl43 TK) BE LET, House containing 5 rooms *■ and basement, with good view of sea.— Apply, 4, St. Michael's-place, Aberystwyth. p117 10 LET, House and Shop, No. 5 Little J- Darkgate street; immediate possession. Apply, Williams, 12, Corporation-street, Aberystwyth. pi 88 TO LET, with immediate possession, Silverdale," 41, Queen's-road, Aber- ystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. dl56 rpo LET.—The "Hollies," Minffordd. conveniently situated. Nine-roomed house; yearly rent, £ 14 inclusive. Empty November 12th.—Apply to Capt. Williams, Minffordd. P150 CAEGWLAN FARM, Near BARMOUTH. This DESIRABLE FARM, of 305 acres, TO BE LET SHORTLY. Apply, Glandwir Lodge, near DotgeHey. pl35 TO BE LET OR SOLD. A BER YSTWYTH.—To let, 12th Novem- ber, 33. Bridge-street; bath (h. and c).—Apply, Captain Jones, at 15, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth pl66 ABERYSTWYTH—Furnished or un- furnished rooms to let, moderate terms; one mile from town.—Apply, Box ll, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl83 ^EFNUWYN HALL LLANON, to be let, with immediate possession.— Apply Owner, Edwards, Cefngwyn Hall, Llanon. pl75 fyWELLING 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 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. XpAMILY, without children, want for the winter season, from the beginning of October, small furnished house, clean, and comfortable.—Write "A.B. "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl67 MRS. FINCH, Burleigh House, 29, Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. Tea and refreshments good accommodation for cyclists. Winter and Summer lodgings p]24 TV-ICEILY-FURNISHED Modern House I required, Aberystwyth, three months, from September, in good locality. Eight to ten rooms; moderate rental.—Full par- ticulars, Box No. 8, "Cambrian News," Office, Aberystwyth. dl48 rpHE people of South Wales will be holidaying in September. Now is LTour time to advertise apart- ments in the two county papers for Breconshire, Radnorshire, and adjoining counties. 14 words, 9d; 3 insertions, Is 9d; 22 words, Is., 3 insertions 2s. Brecon and Rainor Express" and "Radnor Ex- press," Brecon. d38 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. «tT)K ON YOUK. MEl'TLE," "Don't Hoard your; D Metal," Wanted for Munitions. Cash buyers Brass, Copper, Ltad, Zinc, Heavy Catt Iron, Scrap 65* ton, al»o *>uyer old l'ortabl« i'ngines M.ortar Pans, Riucid Fats, Damp Tea, Duty Damp Sugais, Old Cur. ant: anN thi, g purchased, no waiting for' Caab.—ThomAH Eloiton, Mt-rthyr. p88 FEATUL,-ItS, WANTED. -Chicken, Duck, and Goose.—Wales, Limited, Feather Purifiers, Oozells-street, Birmingham. pl61 inREY HAIR permanently and sjpeedily restored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means act as a restor- ative. Contains nothing injurious and is beneficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price Is. 6d (postage, 3d. extra). Manufacturer: G. W. Harrison, Hair Specialist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, I 33, Terraoe-road, Aberystwyth dll7 TV-EW LAID EGGS WANTED^Weekly supplies; cash with order boxes sup- j Slied^—-Prices, etc., tot Dickinsotei's, 56, ambrian-street, Ancoate, Manchester. p136 PAYING GUEST.—Wanted by lady a paying guest (lady); beautiful country house: North Wales.—Apply, Macfell, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber- ystwvtlh. pi 69 npRAPPED RABBITS required. Cash with order.—Apply to Box 9, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth pl57 WANTED to Purchase Small Farm in Merionethshire, Llanbedr or Dyffryn district.—Box 7, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl46 W ANTED TO PURCHASE.—Either a cottage or a house with about four bedrooms. Near sea, with garden or ground for garden; between Aberystwyth and Afonwen. To be freehold and detached. —Full particulars to Box 9, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl63 \AT ANTED.—Welsh Mountain Ram that has been bred and reared on a high unenclosed mountain and is bardv enough to winter on same. Must be a real first- class sheep of true Welsh type, free from the blood of lowland bred stock. One in the rough, straight from the mountain, preferred.—J G. Morris Davies, rTafod Estate Office, Devil's Bridge, Aberv«t vyth. d410 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. £ 3 GENT'S Second hand bicycle, 24 frame; new tyre; and enamelled, like new; excellent bargain. -Pritchard. Eifion House, Portmadoc. pl38 16 ,-SECOND-HAND Invalid Chair, I Good wheels and tyres; body wants repairs; would make useful truck.— Pritehard, Eifion House. Portmadoc. pl70 "LLAW Y DIWYD A GYFOETHOG A." KNITTING MACHINES, only best British-made sold (sample list of some few hundred customers free), lessons free. With or without stands: over 42 years experience. Chief depot, 30, Queen- street, Neath. dlOtf SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. ARMERS can have the very best Bulls or Heifers delivered to their nearest stations at very reasonable prices. Bred from large-framed, deep-milching cows by pure-bred sires. Testimonials from all parts of Wales.-Applv. F. B. Gill, High- gate, Whitchurch, Salop. dl23 KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY. SEND your pals out yonder some tins of HARRISON'S NURSERY POMADE— they'll be very acceptable. When you haven't time to wash there's a big chancs you'll have "companions." A little HARRISON'S POMADE KILLS EVERY INSECT on h*ir and body. Insist on having HARRISON'S: POMADE. "Tins of Comfort" at 4 £ d and 9d. Sold by all Chemists-or by post from HARRISON, Chemist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth W- M. Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road Dolgelley, R. & G. I Williams, Chemists, Queen's square. d4 Black l Self-Coloured ) Corrugated Sheets | 5 to 10 feet long, 2 feet 3 inches wide.. ■ State number and size of Sheets required, aCARRIAGE PAia6 Price lists of Anti Corrosive Oxi^e of Iron Paints and Superior Jet Black Varnish on Application. CHARLES PERRY AND Co., Midland Works, WOLVERHAMPTON. Tel: "Iron, Wolverhampton." Estd. over 50 years. c766 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. T ARGE STOCK BELGIUM GLASS, 15oz., 3d. foot; also American 18oz. equal to 21oz. Large Stock Picture Mouldings, 20 x 16. Enlargements on Card Is. 9d.; on Stretchers, 2s. each. 20 x 16 Frames to suit all prices.—Shatz, Arcade, Merthyr. jpl29 COUTHDOWNS Shearlings and Ram Lambs; full pedigree, rare type, choicest strains of blood unsurpased for crossing Welsh Ewes. Production early fat lambs • early buyers get pick first-class stock. Inspection cordially invited.— Thomas Williams, Pentreffynon, Holywell, Flints. P130 R ATS, MICE MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reliable" Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, ou., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W.Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Aberystwyth: AV. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. dll6 SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS F.A.1 isSSO, Agricultural & General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Laud & Ektate Agents. OFFICES 28, Terrace Road (Ola Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABER YSTWYTH also at Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley and Newtown. p!55. KERRY, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. ANNUAL SALES OF KERRY HILL and Cl^OSS-BRED SHEEP (Direct from the Breeders). FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, at KERRY, Near NEWTOWN Q AAA HARDY KERRY HILL SHEEP t',VUU (young STOCK EWES, WETHERS, and LAMBS). This Sale affords an excellent opportunity of obtaining sound and Improving Ewes, strong and hardy Lambs and Rams of thq highest merit from the principal flock- masters ot the district. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 14th, At Llanbrynmair 2KAA WELSH and CROSS-BRED EWES and LAMBS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. At Pantodwr, 4AAA KERRY HILL and CSROSS- >UVV BRED EWES. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, At Llanidloes, 5,000 SOUND AND IMPROVING CROSS-BRED EWES. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th, at Llanidloes, A nnfi STRONG WELSH and CROSS- <±9WU BRED EWES. Catalogues on application to ESSR. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, I Auctioneers, Newtown, Mid-Wales, and Aberystwyth. d416. 46, MARINE TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS are favoured with instructions by the Representatives of the late Mrs. j Gilbertson, to Sell by Auction, on the Premises, as above on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 1916, at 1 o'clock p.m. precisely. The Whole of the Superior ANTIQUE and MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Comprising the Equipment of Hall, 4 Reception, 10 Bed and Dressing Rooms, Domestic Offices, and Outdoor Effects. Full particulars in future issues. Auction Offices: 28, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth, and at Newtown and Llanidloes. d406 MID-WALES HORSE REPOSITORY, NEWTOWN. Great Annual Foal Sale. Also the MONTHLY PRIZE SALE of HORSES in all Classes on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1916. Cash Prizes and 2 SILVER CUPS to the Value of £ 93. Upwards of 130 Foals entered in the September Sale of last year; 35 selling from 30gns. to 50gns. Entry forms on application to the Pro- prietors:- HALL, WATERIDGE, and OWEN, and MESSRS. COOKE BR')S. & ROBERTS -'A Auctioneers, Newtown. d371 VALUABLE Freehold and Leasehold Property for Sale By Private Treaty. The Commanding Shop Premises known as 28, TERRACE ROAD, Aberystwyth. The Commanding Shop Premises, No. 30, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. All those Subtantially-erected and Com- modious WAREHOUSES AND WORK- SHOPS in Cambrian-street Aberystwyth. The Modern Residences known as Nos. 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, STANLEY ROAD, Aber- ystwyth. All that Desirable Freehold (Office) Build- ing, No. 1, NEW STREET (formerly as a Bank), Pier-street, Aberystwyth. Freehold Double-fronted Private Country Residence, STRATA HOUSE. LLANON, Cardiganshire. For full particulars and orders to view apply to the Agents: I MESSRS. OOOKE BROS. & ROBERTS Auctioneers, Estate Agents, and Valuers, Old Post Office Buildings, 28, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. d417 SALES BY AUCTION. MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees & Evans' SALE FIXTURES. 1916. Sept. 4th, Aberystwyth.—Sale of Timber and Zinc Sheets, at the National Eisteddfod Grounds. Sept. 6th-9th, Aberystwyth.—Sale of Eisteddfod Grounds. Sept. 6th-9th, Aberystwyth.—Sale of Modern and Antique Jewellery, China, etc.; removed from No. 14, Marine- terrace, the property of Messrs Vaughan Rees. Sept. 13th, Llanilar. -Second Annual Sale of Cattle. Sheep, and Horses, etc., in the Falcon Hotel Field, near Railway Station. Sept. 14th, Aberystwyth.—Sale of Corn and Hay at Bwlchmawr, Southgate. Sept. 20th. Llanon.-Important Sale of Corn and Hay at Alltgoch. Sept. 23rd, Aberystwyth.—Sale 4f Live and Dead Farming Stock, Corn and Hay Crops, etc., Tyncwm. Capel Dewi Sept. 26th. Aberystwyth.—Sale of Farm- ing Stock, Crops, etc., at Caegynon, Cwmrheidol. Sept. 27th. Devil's Bridge.—Hafod Annual Sale of Welsh Mountain Sheep. Sept 28th. Aberystwyth.—Sale of Live .v t and Dead Farming Stock, etc.. at Llech- weddmelvn, near Half-way House, Devil's Bridge road. Oct. 4th, Llanilar.—Sale of Farming Stock, etc., at Tynfron. Dates not vet fixed for the following:- Llechweddmelvn. -Sale of Cora and Hav. Alltgoch. tianon.-Sale of Farming Stock. Etc Other Important Fixtures will be announced shortly. Auctioneers' Offices: 4, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. d419 EISTEDDFOD GENFTDL \ETHOL, 1916. ABERYSTWYTH. IVIESSRS. DANIEL I REES & EVANS have been favoured with instruc- tions to Sell by Auction, upon the Eistedd- fod Grounds, ON MONDAY NEXT (September 4th, 1916) A Large Quantity of New TIMBER and ZINC Comprising Fencing Posts, Long Larch Poles, Doors with Hinges and Bolts, R-afters. Joists, Flooring Boards, Stairs, Etc. also 150 GALVANISED SHEETS, and 5 USEFUL SHEDS, which will be sold in convenient lots. On view morning of Sale. Sale at 2-30 p.m. prompt. Terms—Cash. d402 THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. Highly-important Unreserved Sale of Jewellery, China, Etc. lyTESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS r —— are favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, as above, On WEDNESDAY, September 6th, 1916, And the Succeeding Days, The Very Valuable and Varied Collection ot Antique and Modern Jewellery, China, Etc. Forming the Stock-in-Trade of the Old- Established Business of Jewellers, Lapi- daries, and Antique Dealers until re- cently carried on by the Misses VAUGHAN HERS, at No 14, Marine-terrace, Aberyst- wyth, comprising Choice Pebble Goods of every description in Gold and Silver Mountings, viz.. Caskets, Stamp and Pin Boxes, Bangles, Bracelets, Necklets, Ear- rings, Brooches, Rings, Scarf Pins, Seals, Hat Pins, Etc., Etc. A Large Collection of RARE STONES, Hat Pins, Etc., Etc. A Large Collection of RARE STONES, cut and polished ready for mounting, in- cluding very fine Amethysts and Topazes, etc A quantity of Silver and E.P. Goods; also a number of Interesting Pieces of Old China. Goods on view each morning of sale or previously by appointment. I Sale to commence each day at 1-30 and 6 o'clock p.m. prompt. Terms—Cash. No Catalogues. LLANILAR. MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS iU will hold their SECOND ANNUAL SALE of Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Etc. at the above place, On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13th, 1916, In the Falcon Ho.tel Field, within 200 yards of Llanilar Station, G.W.R. Excellent entries already to hand. Fur- ther entries respectfully solicited. Com- mission, 3d in the pound. No sale no charge. d420. HAFOD, DEVILS BRIDGE, Near Aberystwyth. ANNUAL SALE OF SHEEP. MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS are favoured with instructions from T. J. Waddingham, Esq., to Sell by i Auction, at the Hafod Arms Hotel Field, Devil's Bridge, On WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27th, 1916, 1 the usual numbers of WELSH Mountain Ewes, Wethers,, Rams and Lambs. Sale to commence punctually at 12-30 p.m. Terms-Cash. d421 =' HORSES. 300 NEXT WEEK. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD, and SONS will sell on r THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, 300 Powerful Town Mares and Geldings, Lurry Horses, Vanners, Cart Colts, Harness Horses, Cobs, and Ponias. Sale at 12 o'clock. Catalogues ready. d409 I SALES BY AUCTION. 1 COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. Parishes of Darowen and Cemmaes. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms and Cottages. m R. JOHN PUGH has been instructed by Mr. John Hughes, to Sell bv ¡ Public Auction, at the Dovey Valley Hotei, Cemmes Road, On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, 1916, At 2-30 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to be then and there pro- duced, the following Farms. Small Holdings, and Cottages LOT 1.—G ALLTEINION, in the Parish of Cemmes, in the occupation of Messrs. Davies as yearly tenants, at the annual rent of JB54. LOT 2.—TYNYWERN, in the Parish of Cemmes and in the occupation of Mr. I I Richard Jones, as yearly tenant, at the I annual rent of £20. I LOT 3. TYXYRHOS, in the Parish of Darowen and in the occupation of Mr. Richard Jones as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of L25. I LOT 4.—DWELLING HOUSES. WARE- HOUSE, and GARDENS, known as Brvn- ^eg, Coinmins Ooch, in the respective occupations of Messrs. John Evans and David Evans as yearly tenants, at a com- bmed rental of £6 annually. I Plans and particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, Machynlleth; or from Mr. H. Meredith Roberts, Solicitor, Machynlleth d425 COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. PARISH OF UWCHYGARREG MACHYNLLETH. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MR JOHN PUGH has been favoured I with instructions from the Rev. J. Gilbertson Pritehard to Sell by Public Auction, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Machynlleth, on I MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th, 1916, At 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the Valuable Freehold Farm I Known as BYRDIR, in the occupation of Mr. Richard Jones as yearly tenant, at the annual rent of L40. The above is a nice compact Farm of 113 acres. ) For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, Machynlleth; Messrs Atkey, I Clarke, and Atkey, Solicitors, 9a, Sack- ville-street, ,London; Mr. A. Meredith Roberts, Solicitor, Machynlleth. d424 I I, LLWYNYSGUBORWEN, 1 j Miles from Llandre Station. 1%/TR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed A by Mr. David Owen to Sell by Public Auction, at the above, on Auction, at the above, on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 26th, 1916, j I The Whole of the I Live & Dead Farming Stock j Comprising 46 HEAD of CATTLE, viz., j 10 Milch Cows (in profit), 4 Two-year-old Bullocks and Heifers, 18 One-year-old Bullock and Heifers, 14 Calves. 6 HORSES. | Bay Mare, 15 hands, in foal to "Dewstow Forest King II;" Sucker of above; Bay Mare, 6-year-old. 15 hands; Chestnut Geld- ing, 3-year-old. 16 hands: Bay Mare, 2- year-old 14 hands; Black Filly, 1-year-old, I by "Bayham Gallant." The working horses I are quiet in all gears. 108 SHEEP (60 Welsh Ewes, 44 Lambs), 3 STORE PIGS 50 COPULE FOWLS. GOOD MODERN IMPLEMENTS. i Quantity HOUSEHOLD FURNITURF (Old Oak.) Lundheon at 11-30. Sale to commence 12 prompt. Credit on conditions. d400 I PUBLIC NOTICES. j MR. JOHN ROBERTS, I N.D.A., F.S.I, I MAESTEGFRYN (LATE PEHFEDDNANT) I TOWYN, BEGS to inform the public thai he has held no business connection as partner with Messrs. Cooke Bros. & Ro; eri«s Auctioneers and Valuers, for the last 5 yenrs. He wishes to notify Agriculturists and and Valuers, for the last 5 yenrs. He wishes to notify Agriculturists and others that he now carries on his old business of of CHARTERED & GENERAL SURVEYOR AGRICULTURAL VALUER AND ADVISER At the above Address, and also at ABERYSTWYTH, DOLGELLEY AMD PWLLHELI. d239
COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY
COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. ALTERATIONS IN THE METHOD OF PROCEDURE FOR OBTAININlG SOLDIER LABOUR. ,Sir, The Board of Agriculture and Fisheries desire it to be made known to farmers that the regulation requiring all applications for Soldier Labour to be made before noon on 9th August has been Can- celled and that Labour Exchanges and Military Representatives are now author- ised to deal with applications made since that date. If the farmer wishes to secure the ser- vices of a particular soldier he must send me the soldier's name, regimental number, name of regiment, and where stationed, to "The Armoury, Newtown," Applica- tion for Unnamed Soldiers must be made to any Labour Exchange and these applica- tions will be dealt with by the Labour Exchange. It is hoped that each Farmer who has a soldier in his employment will, as soon as the latter's services are no longer urgently required (This applies only to men applied for by name and dealt with by me) trans- fer him to another Farmer needing help. But it is absolutely essential that I should be immediately notified of the Soldier's New Address so that I may inform the Military Authorities. I am, (Yours faithfully, R. J. W. ARBUTHNOT BRISCO, Head Quarters, 7th R.W.F., Major. Newtown, N. Wales, Military Member War Agricultural d401. Committee for Montgomeryshire. 22/8/16.
SALES BY AUCTION. j' MORRIS, MARSHALL. AND POOLE Agricultural and General AucrtLoaeertj, Valuers and Arbitrators. PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK eon. ducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Oaerswa, Bishop's Castle, Westbary, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemciaee Road, Kanfair Caeieinion, Lianbadarn, Craven Arms, Ludlow, Church Stretton, Knighton, Towyn. Monthly Horse Sales at Montgomery- shire Repository Welshpool. The most careful attention is given to Sales of Agricultural StGck, Eftpte and House Property, Timber and Antique rurmture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. J Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. c821 STOCK SALES. —.M«nd