Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
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DWYRYD TEA "St* delieious, I — Sold in Paokets. Prices 2/4 and 2/6 per lb.
THIS is the sign of ,*g8§i|^ GOOD PRINTING.— 'Cambrian News' Printing.
girth*, ^SUtrwgw, anb geattn A prepaid charge of Is. 6d. is made for announcements j under this heading. j MARRIAGES. THOMAS—LLOYD.—On Wednesday, Sep- tember 27th, 1916. at the Congregational Chapel, Baker-street. Aberystwyth, by the itev. J. L Williams, M.A B.Sc., Mr. Thomas Rees Thomas, Dowlais, Glam., to Miss Jane Jenkins Lloyd. (Jenny), youngest daughter of the late Mr. i>dvid and Mrs. Catherine Lloyd, Newry House, George-street. p303 IN MEMORiAM. In proud and loving memory of Billy, Lieut. W. K. Owen, 9th Welch Regi- ment who was wounded at Festubert September 25th and died at Rouen Octo- ber 1st, 1915. 1 d560
LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on September 16th, between Euston and Aberystwyth (through coach), a lady's gold watch; initials C.J.M. on cover. Li reward.-Apply at Alexandra Hall, Aberystwyth. d543 SITUATIONS VACANT. AP± RUNTiG-Ci wanted lor the Iron- mongery, and Cycle Trade.—Apply, D. R. Jones, iSew-roact, Llandyssul. p Pi KENT1CE wanted at once.—Apply, T. Jenkins, Chemist, Portmadoc. READ B AKER.—Wanted thoroughly experienced man as second hand, highest wages.—C. and G. S. Thorne, Maindee, Newport, Mon. COOK-GENERAL. Young house par- c lourmaid wanted, middle October. Family, 3.—Mrs. Nelson, Hafod-road, Hereford. P234 COOK GENERAL Wanted; must have good references and some experience; Nurse Housemaid kept.—Mrs. Atkins, Islwyn, Aberystwyth. p294 DRAPERY-Wanted, immediately, smart lady assistant, able to serve through. Full particulars first letter. Welsh.- Apply, Box 555, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. P302 "| |AiivX.—Young lady (Welsh) wanted, U immediately, for house work and assist in shop; oJ in family; wages, £26.- Apply, Jones. 76, Askew-road, Shepherd's Bush. London W. p267 DKLSSMAKING.—Wanted apprentices at once.—Apply to Mrs. Lloyd Benbo.v, Smithneld-road, Aberytswyth. p219 FEMALE ATTENDANTS.—Respectable -C Single Women required, of fair education and good height; previous ex- perience unnecessary; salary commences at £ 25, rising after satisfactory service by annual increments of B2 to j350, and on promotion to £ 50 per annum, with board, lodging washing and uniform.—Apply to the Superintendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Manchester d430 Good Working Cook-Housekeeper wanted on beginning of October. Small family; in country. House parlourmaid kept. Good references necessary.- A, Cainbriaii News" Offices, Aberystwyth. OVKRNESS wanted for London. A Welsh-speaking governess-companion to girl of twelve who goes to school. Able to teach simple Welsh, supervise home work, music, and do plain needlework.— Apply, Dorcas, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. d537 XTOUSEMAID WAITRESS Wanted for Elephant Hotel, Newtown. Age 17 to 21. p249 T AUNDRY-MAID required, to act also as attendant; wages commence at .£25 per annum, with board, lodging, wash- ing, and uniform.—Apply to the Superin- tendent, County Asylum, Prestwich, Man- chester. d429 TRONG GIRL required for ward and kitchen work. Uniform provided. —State wage and full particulars Matron, Children's Hospital, Leasowe, Cheshire. STRONG GIRL required foi ward work. Uniform provided.—State wages and full particulars, Matron, Children's Hos- pital, Leasowe. Cheshire. p299 T-HE goiith Wales Branch of the A Caxton Poblishing Company, Ltd., has a vacancy for a Representative. Would suit ex-service man or one not eligible for service. The appointment offers splendid opportunities for a man of push and go. Applications not considered from those engaged in munition or other employment of national necessity.—By letter in first instance, Caxton Publishing Company, Ltd., 21, 22, 26, "Western Mail" Chambers, v"3rdift. d469 ANTED, good General Servant.— w Apply Mrs. Cooke, Lynwood, New- -town. d512 WANTED, at Borth, boys to sell "Cambrian News." Must have references. Good terms to right applicants. Apply, by letter, to "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. d405 WANTED, a Cook-general, one house- maid-waitress, and one general.— Apply Box 30, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p292 WANTED, Cook-general, age about 35. Two in family; no washing.—Apply, giving references and stating wages re- quired, Box No. 29, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p290 W AXTED-Secretary, Llanbedr-Dyffryn TV Co-operative Society.—Apply, by 18th October, to Mr. William Roberts, Taltreuddynfawr, Dyffryn, Merioneth. p288 ANTED.—A Sharp Youth to clean a motor and make himself generally useful.-Applv Box 32, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p298 WANTED, immediately, cook-general; family, three; housemaid kept. Good references.—Apply, Mrs. Davies, Bank House, Portmadoc. p285 V/1TANTED, a Lady Clerk. good short- hand typist.—Apply, Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. p301 WAXTED.-Good Cook-gener-al for small family (private), North-road: good wages. References essential.—Apply, 1, Cambridge-terrace, Aberystwyth, in the -evenings. p305 WANTED-Cook-generals, parlourmaids housemaid, and general servants. Miss Mackenzie, North-parade, Aberyst- ili. p282 PORTMADOC COUNTY SCHOOL. WANTED, immediately, Master or ▼ Mistress to teach English and His- tory, with subsidiary subjects. Salary, £ 9(j- £ 120, according to qualifications and experience. -Apply, Headmaster. d551 SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTE.D. -Situation as good plain I cook. Not far from Aberystwyth. Homely family.—Apply, "Box No. 23," Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth.p259 YOUNG LADY desires situation as Companion-Help. Not experienced, but fond of housework. Energetic, moderate salary.—Apply "Box 27," "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth p234 TUITION. I MESDAMES Fonsny and Van der Hecht give lessons in French; moderate terms.—Apply, 4, Cae'rgog-terrace, Aber- ystwyth. p269 ;SHOIRTI-LkND.-Thorough idstruction. Beginners or improvers. Also Latin, French, book-keeping, and arithmetic.— Apply, Mr. Ravenhill, 4, Penglaise-ter- race, Aberystwyth. p254 TO BE LET OR SOLD. ABERYSTWYTH.—To let, 12th Novem- ber, 33, Bridge-street. Bath (h. and c.)—Apply, Captain Jones, at 15, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. p286 ABER1 STW1TH.—Grafton House, near Castle, to be Let or Sold; modern conveniences; sanitation perfect.—Apply, Edwards Bros., Builders, Aberystwyth. BARMOUTH AND CARDIGAN BAY. — List of Estates and Houses for sale, also houses to be let furnished on applica- tion to Edwin Blakey, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. p251 BARMOUTH (near). Small House in lovely situation. Hall, sitting room, kitchen, scullery, W.C., 4 bedrooms, gar- den back and front. Freehold. ;C280.-E. Blakey, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Bar- 1 mouth. p250 CEFNGWYN HALL, LLANON, to let, c with 113 acres of good mixed land. Apply, Edwards, above address. Sale of Stock and Crop will be held early in October; date not fixed p266 pRICCIETH.—To Let, November, 13th, 3 ( c Stanley-road (2 sitting and 5 bed. rooms); 119.—Apply, Mrs Jones, 5, Stanley- road. p246 EFNGWYN HALL, LLANON.—Messrs E. R. Lloyd and Herbert have been instructed by Mr. ,T. &war,ds to sell at above place, on Fri^fe^ October 13th, Stock, Crop, and Implements. Further particulars will appear next issue. p500 -LiOlt SALE, a Seven-Roomed Leasehold ¡ House, with domestic offices; long lease; very reasonable; owner lewing.— Apply 'Box 15, "Cambrian News" Office. FORSALE, Singer Hand-sewing Machine, perfect condition.—Gwalia, North-parade, Aberystwyth. p297 FOR-SAI.E.-1915 2-H.P. Clyuo, 2 FOR stroke 2-speed, free engine clutch model, perfect order, any tiial; price J627 lOs. Od.—Apply, Gray Jones, Aberdovev. d554 FREEHOLD FARM to be sold, 25 acres, Hendre Elis and part of Tyddynisa, good house: near Penrhyndeudraeth Station. Ideal summer residence. Price, £ 600.—Apply, Miss Peter Jones, Port- madoc. p265 HOUSE TO LET, with mmediate posses, aion, No. 11 Corporaton Street Aberystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. c767 XIOUSE TO LET.—No. 6, Northgate- street. 'Immediate possession.—En- quire at above address. p276 HOUSE TO LET, Furnished or Apart- i ments, in good neighbourhood; nice large garden. Village 9 mile:* from Aberystwyth. Could give attendance.— Apply Box 13, "Cambrian News," Aber- ystwyth. pl99 ]\XARINE ,'JIE^RAOE, Aberystwyth.— Double-fronted Lodging House to let from next January, No. 30, Marine- terrace; good back premises and garden.— Apply, 26 North-parade. pZ74 130, High Street, com- 1- medion* Dwelling House and Shop to let; kest position in town; cheap rentRI.- -Apply, Griffiths, 3, Cnreliue Street, Britan Ferry p115 I'OBE LET OR SOLD.—6, Custom House- street rent £ 18.—Apply in first in- stance, Edwards, Welsh Flannel Depot, Aberyatwyth. p278 rpQ LET, Commercial Inn, LUn«n. Fally li««nsed. Free house. Low lent. Immediate possession.—Apply, J. Thomas, Belmont House, Llanon. p243 To BE L&T, Greeawich Houie, Barmouth, a meet coinmodious aiad convenient house and shop, situated in the main thorough- fare, suitable for any kind .f business, to be let from 12th May, 1917.-Apply, for parti- culars to G. E. Owen, Wern, Barmouth. p211 rfO Ll,,T, Unfuraislied,, Pennal Towers, X sheeting 2,000 acres fishing station 4 miles; Aberdorey golf links, 6 miles; telephone.-Thruston, Pennal, Machynlleth. p214 TO BE LET, house containing 5 rooms and basement, with good view of sea. —Apply, 4, St. Michael's-place, Aberyst- wyth. p232 LET or SALE.—Mill, water power, six acres good land, house, buildings; close station, coast; Merioneth.—Box 28, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth p287 TO LET, a six-roomed Bungalow at Llan- badarn, Aberystwyth, Rent, £ 18. —Apply, T. W. Powell, Market-street. p273 o LET.—CAMBRIAN WOOLLEN JL FACTORY, Llanwrtyd Wells, with good dwelling house attached. This Factory has been noted for its tweeds and other home-made materials. Immediate possession owing to death of Mr Roberts, occupier.—Apply to Williams, Priory -Factory, Brecon. p267 TO LET.—In a small but .flourishing Sea- side Resort on the Cambrian Coast, a Fully Licensed Hotel (the only licensed premises in the village).—Apply, R. Price Lewis, Portmadoc. d499 TpO BE SOLD, by private treaty, two Leasehold Dwelling Houses, Nos. 42 and 44, Greenfield-street. Together or separately.—For further information apply Mr. Daniel Jones, Solicitor, Aberystwvth. p271 TWO FURNISHED ROOMS to let, with attendance if required; in the healthiest part of the town.-Appiv, Box 18, "Cambrian News" Office, Abervst- wyth. p231 TO LET, FURNISHED, low rent, front sitting and bedrooms, central and pleasant position.—Apply, Box 33, "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p304 TO BE LET OR SOLD. -1 TO LET, with immediate possession, I —' 0 "Silverdale," 41. Queen's-road, Aber- ystwyth.—Apply to Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. dl56 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. BEItYSTWY'I'fl. -Large sitting room ABERYSTWYTH.—Large sitting room, J with one or two bedrooms; healthy part of town.—Box 54 "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p291 ■ v PAiiTMENTS for Ladies or Gentlemen, Also Servant Girls wanted.—Mrs. J. Finch, Burleigh House, Aberystwyth. p240 PARTMENTS OR LODGINGS.—Com. iortably-furnished large front sitting room, with one or two bedrooms. Terms moderate. 30, Prospect-street, Aberyst- wyth. p235 "OED-SITTING ROOM, with board, for -■ gentleman. Ground floor; indoor sani- tation. Moderate. B," 15, Green Park, Bath. p233 COMFORTABLE Home for invalids and delicate ladies maternity cases re- ceived moderate fees.—Cambria Nursing Home, North-parade, Aberystwyth. p277 COMFORTABLY-furnished apartments to let, in a modern house; close to sea; Aberystwyth.—Apply A.L., "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p253 LAMPETEiR.—Wanted Small Furnished House or Cottage, or Furnished Sit- ting-Room and Double Bedroom, with at- tendance.—Apply Box 14, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p204 SITTING ROOM and one or two bedrooms 8 facing sea to let for winter months. Apply, Box No. 31 "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p293 j rriHE people of South Wales will be holidaying in September. Now is iyour time to advertise apart- ments in the two county papers for Breconshire. Radnorshire, and adjoinng counties. 14 words, 9d; 3 insertions, Is 9d; 22 words, Is., 3 insertions 2s. "Brecon and Radnor Express" and "Radnor Ex- pregs," Brecon. d38 W ANTED.-Rent small modern house, with garden; h. and c. bath, etc.- 'Apply, Box 100, "Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. d557 I ,T ANTED.-Small furnished house in; Aberystwyth; probably six months. Good position, must be moderate ront.- Whittaker Nesios, Bryin-road, Blackpool. p289 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. I ON YOUR MEI'TLE,' "Don't Hoard your D Metal," Wanteu for Munitions. Cafh buyers Biass, Copper, Ltad, Z'nc, Heavy Catit Iron, Scrap 65a toa, also buyer old Portabl Engines aiortar Pans, Rancid Fata, Damp Tea Dirty Damp Sugars, Old Our, ant- an% thI*L purchased, no waiting for Oagh.—Thotu«g Hot ton, Merzhyr p8> GREY HAIR permanently and speedily 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. MiaU Jones, Chemist, 33, Terraoe-road, Aberystwyth dll7 rriRAPPED RABBITS required. Cash with order.—Apply to Box 9, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth pl57 ANTED TO PURCHASE, small farm in Merionethshire; Llanbedr or Dyffryn district.—Apply "Box 22," "Cam- brian News" Office, Ahrystwyth p256 WANTED — Piano. Give makers' names with the price expected.— Apply Box 17, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p222 NOTICE. TITcILftUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want •l-'A Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old, Atwhin-Y, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, Itc. QeN prices given any quantity. h<30 NOTICE. j "TVAYID WILLIAM, St. James-square, U Aberystwyth, Ituyer of Scrap, Wrought a»d Cast Iron, Copper, Bras?, Lead, Ziac, Retnp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, j Pewter, How Hah-, Hare &nd Rabbit Skins Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLI. ATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's I "Reli.&ble" R-a-t Poison. Oats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and i lea-ve no smell Prices, Ö<1., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W.Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists, iAgents for Aberystwyth: VV. Miall Jones, Chemist, 34, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. dll6 i "LLA W Y DIWYD A GYFOETHOGA." KNITTING MACHINES, only beet British-made sold (sample list of 'some few hundred customers free), lessons I free. With or without stands: over 42 years experience. Chief depot, 30, Queen- street, Neath. SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. FARMEHS can have th6 very best Bulls or Heifers delivered to their nearest I 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, Silop. dl23 TANYRALLT PONY STUD. Seven Miles from Aberystwyth. (Nearest Station: Llandre, late Llanfihangel. I BREEDER of High-class Hackney Ponies and Cobs. A large selection of Young Stock, all ages, and several from 14 to 7-year-old, broken to saddle and harness for immediate sale. All bred from iLwndon and; Royal Winners. Inspection invited from intending pur- chasers. (The home of the Cream of England's Pony Brod Mares). ( Apply to Owner—D. R. THOMAS, Tan- yrallt Pony Stud, Talybont, Cardiganshire. d544 KILL THAT INSECT, TOMMY. SEND Towr pals "out; yfttrJer" nome *fns of HARRISON'S NURSERY POMADE— they'll be very aeceptable. When you haven't time to wash there's a big ohs-Y)e- ",ou'11 have oompaniorg." A lifctie HARRISON'S POMADB KILLS EVERT INSECT on hair and body. Insist on havimc HARRISON'S POMADE. "Tins of Comfort" at and 9d, Sold by all Chemists-or by post from HARRISON, Chemist, Readiing. Agent for Aberystwvth W. M. Jovies;, Chemist, 33, Terrace. road Dolgelley, R & G. Williams, Chemists, Queen's square. d4 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. A WONDERFUL egg-producing dis- covery is Jxarswood Spice, containing ground insects. 2d., 6d., Is. Wynne and Son, 7, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. p295 BRAND NEW Jones Treadle Sewing Machine, listed at £ 8 15s. Od.; bar- gain, J64 15s. Od. extra leaf to table.— Piitchard, Eifion House, Portmadoc. p260 COAL, COAL, COAL, Truck loads any station. Write for price list to Jack King, Coal Factor, Handsworth, Birmingham. p220 FOR SALE.—Pony Cart (tennis), also harness, suit pony lii-13 hands; smart and in good order.—Apply, Browne. Coed, Dolgelley. p262 LARGE STOCK BEILGIUM GLASS, 15oz., 3 £ d. foot; also American 18oz. equal to 21oz. Large Stock Picture Mouldings, 20 x 16. Enlargements on Card, lIs. 9d.; on Stretchers, 2s. each. 20 x 16 Frames to suit all prices.—Shatz, Arcade, Merthyr. OIL PAINTINGS, after Turner, stable, Cox, Linnell, Murray. Hob- bema, and others, fo^sale.—Charles White jun., Artist, 5, Crynfrvn-row, Aberystwyth. p262 SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS F.A.1 Etc. Agricultural & General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Ageuts, Land ok Estate Agents. OFFICES 28, Terrace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABERYSTWYTH also at Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley and Newtown. pl55. Sale Fixtures. October.—Gwalia Hotel, North Piarade. The whole of tha Valuable and Well- made Equipment, by favour of instructions from Miss Harcourt. October.—55 Marine-terrace. Sale of Superior Household Furniture and Effects, by favour of instructions from Mrs. Lloyd Several other announcements in due course. Offices: Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aber- ystwyth. d457 LLANIDLOES. ON FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th. ANNUAL SALE OF 3 AAA STRONG WELSH and CROSS- >UUU BRED EWES, WETHERS, and LAMBS, From the surrounding Hill Farms. Sale to commence at 10-30 a.m. Entries now being booked. lyESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Newtown and Llan- idloes. d539 LLANBRYNM MR SMITHFIEIiD. Monthly Stock Sale October 12th. Entries of Fat and Store Cattle and Sheep received by Mr. Lewis Pugh, Brynaire. Llanbrynmair; or MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Newtown. d540 VALUABLE Freehold and Leasehold Property for Sale By Private Treaty. The Commanding Shop Premises known as 28, TERRACE ROAD, Aberystwyth. The Commanding Shop Premisee, 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: MESSRS. OOOKE BROS. & ROBERTS Auctioneers, Estate Agents, and Valuers, Old Post Office Buildings, 28, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. d417 —' —— Crewe Horse Repository. GREAT AUTUMN SALES (First Week). THURSDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 5th, 200 Hunters, Harness Horses, Pedigree Hackneys, Cobs, and Ponies. FRIDAY NEXT. OCTOBER 6th, 250 Powerful Draught Mares and Geld- ings, Light Lurry and Van Horses, A Grand Selection direct from the Farmer and Breeder. NOTE.—Entries finally close first post Monday morning October 2nd. Cata- logues on application. SECOND WEEK! SECOND WEEK!! THURSDAY and FRIDAY, October 12th and 13th, Great ANNUAL SHOW and SALE of Pedigree Shires, Shire Foals, and Young Agricul- tural Horses, far which entries finally close next Thursday (October 5th). Schedules and entry forms on application. HENRY MANLEY AND SONS, 1TJ- Limited. ° d538 GILLART AND SOHS, Auctioneers, Bouse and Estate Agents, Valuers and Surveyors. M(\CBYNLLETH AUCTION SAL?7,9 of Freehold and Leasehold Pro- perties, Ground Rer.te, Furniture, Farming Stoct, and Timber, etc. undertaken on vaed orate tel rag. VALUATIONS made far Estate Duty, Transfer, Morfpnen and other purposes. STJRVHYS maik-und Plans prepared, ESTATES managed and Ronta Collected. Property ownerm tsdviged in regard to the Pro- visional Valuations of their properties under the Finatice (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of hoosee and lends to let and for Sale by I Private Treaty, i860 1 SALES BY AUCTION. -I DANIEL I. REES & EVANS I AUCXiONKtettb and VALUisitus, Estate, House, and Insurance Ageuts, etc. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. BORTH, CARDIGANSHIRE. Sale of a Desirable Freehold Building Site. MESSRS DANIEL I R.EES and EVANS are favoured fwith instructions to offer for Sale by Auction, at the Cambrian Hotel, Borth, on SATURDAY^ SEP- TEMBER 30th, 1916, at 2-30 o'clock in th« afternoon, subject to conditions of sale, all that very VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITE, situate in the centre of the Progressive Seaside Resort of Borth aforesaid, having a frontage of 18 yards (or thereabouts) to the main thoroughfare and a depth of about 128 yards. Possession on completion of purchase. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 4, Baker-street, Aberyst- wyth; Captain John Simon, Adelaide- place, Borth; or to Hugh Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Aberystwyth. d523 TYNFRON, Near LLANILAR STATION. Tl/TESSRS DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS have been favoured with instructions from Mrs Benjamin, to Sell by Auction, as above, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 4th, 1916, The Whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock Comprising 6 Agricultural Horses, 16 Shorthorn Cattle, 50 Sheep and 2 Pigs, a number of Fowls, Geese, and Turkeys, the Implements of Husbandry, Harness, etc., Household Furniture including Old Oak Cupboard, Old Oak Hanging Press, etc. Sale to commence punctually at 12-30 p.m. Credit on conditions. d541 ALLTGOCE, Near to the Village of Llanon. Highly-attractive Unreserved Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Etc. m ESSRS. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS are favoured with instructions from Mr. Simon Edwards (who is retiring from farming), to Sell by Auction, at the above farm, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 12th 1916, The Whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock Via.: 30 Head of Cross-bred Shorthorn Cattle, 8 Excellent Horses. 33 Sheep and 4 Pigs, the Implements of Husbandry, Har- ness and Gears, Dairy Utensils, and portion of Household Furniture. Luncheon at 10-30. Sale at 11 o'clock prompt. Usual credit on conditions. d542 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PARKNEST FARM, Newcastle Emlyn. TUESDAY, 17th OCTOBER, 1916. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE OF LIVE STOCK The property of Messrs. D. Davies and Sons, comprising- HORSES, including Pedigree Shires, Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies. 60 CATTLE, comprising Cows in Calf, In-calf Heifers, Yearling Heifers, Bullocks, Bulls, etc. Iftfl SHEEP: Consisting of Breeding Ewes, Rams, etc. 40 Further particulars and catalogues will duly appear. d535 750 Horses Next Week. North Wales Repository. jpRANK LLOYD and SONS will Sell on I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 4th.— 250 High- Class Harness Horses, Hunters, Cobs, and Ponies, including 10 of exceptional quality from the Whitegae Stud, winners at London Hackney Show, and others fit to win. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5th—200 Powerful Town Mares and Geldings. Lurry and Van Horses, 4, 5, and 6 years old. A grand selection direct from the breeders. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6th.—300 Pedigree Shires, 1. 4, and 3-year-old Non-Pedi- gree Fillies, Geldings, and Foals, in- cluding 120 Foals by Fashionable Sires. Sales at 12-30 each day. Catalogues ready. d546 FFOSLAS, LLANFARIAN. Sale of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Etc. t MESSRS. D. L. JONES, F.A.I., and SONS have been instructed by Mr. John Jones (who is leaving the Farm), to Sell by Public Auction, at the above place, On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1916, 1 the whole of the Stock, Implements, and Furniture consisting of CATTLE.—6 Milch Cows in Calf and in full profit, 1 Barren Cow, 3 Heilers coming ,3 in Calf, 2 Steers do., 8 Heifers and Steers coming two; 8 Good Calves. HORSES.—1 Shire Mare, 12-year-old and supposed to be in Foal; 1 Collier com- ing three: 1 Pony. PIGS and SHEEP, Ete.-I Pedigree young Porker, 1 Sow in Farrow, 6 Store Pigs, five months old. Sheep: 45 Breeding Ewes 35 Ewe and Wether Lambs. Geese and Poultry. One Rick of Well-harvested Clover and Ryegrass Hay from 8 to 9 tons. IMPLEMENTS, Efr\—1 Strong Market Car, 1 Box Cart, Plough. 2 Harrows, 1 Mowing Machine, 1 Horse Rake, 1 Tumbler, 1 equal to new, Strong Gearing for Threshing, Ohaff cutter, Barrow, Casks, quantity of Timber, Harness, with large number of other articles, part of the Furniture. 2 Tables, Benches, Settle, Bed- steads, large Dresser, with many other lots that are unnecessary to mention. Credit on conditions on all sums over Cl. Luncheon at 12-30 p.m. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m sharp. Esgerhendy, Tregaron, September 18 th, 1916. d516 ;v SALES BY AUCTION. I MR. JOHN PUGH, I AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act Undertakes Sales of all kinds of Property Farming Stock, Furniture, &c., upon reasonable terms. Strict attention given to all business and prompt settle- ment guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thurs- days and by appointment on any other day. Offioc-s- Aberystwyth: Great Darkgate St. Machynlleth: M&engwyn St BARMOUTH. SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed -*— by the Mortgagee to Sell by Public Auction, at the Masonic Hall, Barmouth, On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1916, at 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), all those 2 Cottages and Premises Known as CRAIG-Y-DON. together with the Cellar Building now or lately in the occupation of Mr John Jones and Margaret Joules and another, each respectively held on an annual tenancy. For further particulars apply to D. Oswald Davies. Solicitor, Dolgelley; or the Auctioneer, Maengwyn-street, Machyn- lleth. p493 PENRHYN HOUSE, ABERDOVEY. Sale of Antique and Modern Household Furniture. MR. W. ROWLANDS has been in- gtructed by the Executors of the late Miss Rosa Tomlins to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th and 5th, 1916, A Superior Collection of Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Being the Contents of Entrance Hall, I Staircase and Landing, Dining, Breakfast, Drawing, and 10 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and Cellars, and briefly comprising Massive Solid Mahogany Side- board, Strong and Solid Mahogany Dining Table with four extra leaves, Antique Ash Arm Chair, Six Ditto Chippendale Pattern Oak Chairs, Mahogany Hat Stand, 2 Mahogany Gothic Pattern Chairs, Writing Desk, Mahogany Overmantel, 4 High-back Queen Ann Carved Oak Frame Chairs, 4 Old Oak Welsh Dressers, Old Qak Cup- boards and Chests, Grandfather Clock, Chippendale Mahogany Frame Mantel Clock, Inlaid Oak Corner Cupboard, Inlaid Oval Shape Walnut Table, Mahogany and other Pembroke and Side Tables, several Divan and other Easy Chairs, Bentwood Frame Dining Room Chairs, Oak Gate Table, Walnut Frame Pianoforte, by Hal- samper, Stool. Large Mirrors in Gilt Frames, Book Stand, Walnut Cbeffonier with Mirror Panels and Back, Oak Bureau, Oak China Cupboard. Mahogany Arm Chair. Folding Chairs, etc. A large assortment of old Wercester and Staffordshire Jugs, Plates, and Ornaments, Oil Paintings. Water Colours, Engravings, and Prints. Plated Goods, Books, Axmin- ster, Brussels, and other Carpets, Floor Coverings, etc., etc. The Contents of 10 Bedrooms.—Brass and Brass-mounted Bedsteads, Japanned Ditto, Spring and Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows. Bed- ding Linen, Floor Linoleum and Mats, Exceedingly Substantial Mahogany Ward- robes and Suites, Ash and Ename] Suites, Complete Double and Single Sets of Ware, Fenders Irons, Pictures, etc. With tlw Complete Domestic Require- ments of Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, and Cellar. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. each day. Catalogues on application as above, or from the Auctioneer. Towyn d¡14 Mr. JOHN DAVIES, AUCTIONEER, and VALUER, will conduct a Sale on OCTOBER llth, At the SMITHFIELD, PWLLHELI, When it is expected that a large number of Shire and other Foals will be offered. d553 ———— PUBLIC NOTICES. BARMOUTH. PUBLICTNOTICE. THE BUSINESS carried on by Lloyd, Fishmonger, Fruiterer, Poulterer, etc., next door to the Lion Hotel, has been REMOVED to the OLD POST OFFICE PfiEMISES, HIGH STREET, Where the continued patronage of the public is earnestly solicited. 6930 MR. JOHN ROBERTS, N.D.A., F.S.I., MABSTEGFRYN (LÄTE PEttFEDDNANT) TOWYN, BEGS to infoma the public that he has held JD no busiMess connection as partner with Messrs. Cooke Bros. & Robert. Auctioneer* arid Vainer#, for the la«t 5 years. He wishes to notify Agriculturi-qts and others that he now carries on his old business of CHARTERED & GENERAL SURVEYOR, AGRICULTURAL VALUER and ADVISER At the above Address, and also at ABERYSTWTYTH, DOLGELLEY AND PWLLHBLI. d239 rpHE ASSOCIATED BOARD, R.A.M. -1- and R.C.M. For Local Examinations in Music. Patron-HIS MAJESTY THE KING. Honorary Local Representative for Aberystwyth, John H. Davies, Esq., M.A., Registrar, University College of Wales. LOCAL CENTRE EXAMINATIONS.— Syllabus A. Theory—November & March. Practical—March-April, and at about 40 Centres, November-December also. ENTRIES close Oct. 18th (or, with extra fee, Oct. 26th). SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS.—Syllabue B. October-November, March-April, and June-July. ENTRIES close Oct. llth (or, with extra fee, October 19th). SYLLABUSES A and B for 1916, or for 1917. will be sent post free on application to the Hon Local Rep., as above, or to THE SECRETARY, 15, Bedford Square, London, W.C. d533 SALES BY AUCTION. MORRIS, MARSHALL. AND POOLE Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers and Arbitrators. PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK con. ducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caersws, Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemrnaes Road, L.anfair Caeieinion, Llanbadarn, 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 Stock, I,t:tpto and House Property, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every descripticm. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. c821 TOWYN STOCK SALES. SECOND PERIODICAL STOCK SALE. Comprising 200 WELSH BLACK CATTLE, 3,000 WELSH SHEEP (chiefly Draft Hill Ewes and Wethers, direct from the mountain), and about 15 SHIRE MARES. 40 SHIRE FOALS, and 45 YEARLING and 2-YEAR-OLD SHIRE COLTS, and 20 OTHER HORSES (the majority of the Foals are by such noted Shires as "Nor- mandy Champion," "Umberslade Model- maker," "Buckmasterman," and "Shipton Premier." Also several other lots of FAT and STORE PIGS. consigned by the leading Stock Owners in the District. lt/fESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL, and POOLE, Assisted bv Mr. John Roberts, will conduct this Important Sale in the Towvn Smithfield, I On TUESDAY. OCTOBER 3rd, 1916. I All Stock to be in the Yard at 10 o'clock. Sale to commence with the Sheep at 11-30 Sharp. NOTE.—The Towyn Farmers' Red Cross Sale will be conducted at the same place on the same day, when the large assortment of Live Stock presented for this purpose will be sold at 10-30, and the Produce and Articles immediately after the Stock Sale. Catalogues on application to the A uotionearij, Chirbury,, Shropshire; Mr. John Roberts. Maestegfryn, Towvn; or Mr G. Dale Williams, Penflvn Stud Farm Toffya- J d536 MONTGOMERYSHIRE El POSITORY ""f.J. WELSHPOOL TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10th. I 9200 in Prizes. GREAT SHOW AND SALE under the auspices of the Montgomeryshire District Entire Horse Association, of about 150 Shires Registered or eligible for the S.H.S.B., Comprising a grand lot of Foals by that Premier Stallion, "Batingley Nulli jSecondus," and Yearlings and Two-vear- olds by "Childwick Clianipioii, other lead- ing Sires represented being "Gaer Con- queror," "Ratcliffe Forest King," "Moors Kitchener," "Ragged Boy." "Tanridge King Maker," "Chatley King Cole," 'friar John," etc., etc. Entries close Monday, October 2nd. Prize Schedules and Entry Forms for both Show- and Sale, and Catalogues from the Auctioneers. fJAVES and "^TORRJS, TtfARSHALL and 1TJ-POOLE, WELSHPOOL. d547 WELSHPOOL. d547 J^ONTGOMERYSHXRE REPOSITORY WELSHPOOL. R SATURDAY. OCTOBER 14th, 1916, THE Usual Monthly Sale of about 250 Horses of all Classes and SPECIAL SALE OF CART AND HACK FOALS. Upwards of 960 in Prizes Entries should be sent in not later than Saturday, October 7th. Prize List and Entry Forms from £ JAVES and ^ORRIS, j^JARSHALL WELSHPOOL. d548 PUBLIC NOTICES. ABERYSTWYTH CHAMiBER OF TRADE. NEW LIGHTING RESTRICTIONS. During the Winter, commencing October 16th, the Shops will close on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, at 6 p.m. Mondays, 7 p.m.; Wednesdays, 1 p.m.; Saturdays, 8 p.m. It is intended to observe Tuesday and Wednesday. October 10th and llth, as General Holidays In lieu of Bank Holiday. d559 G. R. CARDIGANSHIRE MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS, 1916. lV"OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Court of General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Cardigan, will be held and kept at the Town Hall, Lam- peter, on Thursday, the 19th day of October, 1916, at 11.15 o'clock in the fore- noon, at which hour the names of the Grand Jurors will be called over. The Court will then proceed with the business in the following order:-(I), County business; (2) Trial of prisoners; (3) Hearing of Appeals, and on the day and on the hour above-mentioned all the Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer their names, and the Magis- trates of the County are requested to cause all depositions relating to cases sent for trial at these Sessions to be transmitted to the Clerk of the Peace on or before the 12th day of October, 1916, and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken. F. R. ROBERTS, Aberystwyth, Clerk of the Peaoe. September 25th, 1916. d534