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DO YOUR EYES ( wB HHK TROUBLE YOU ? If so call and have them tested by the most approved methods, with modern appliances. No charge made for testing. Every descriDtion of SPECTACLES — AND — rur EYE-CLASSES supplied at most Moderate Charges OCCDLISTS PRESCRIPTIONS accurately and promptly filled, All kinds of CLOCK, WATCH AND JEWELLERY REPAIRS executed on the premises by Experienced Workmen. Cheapest House in Wales for WEDDING RINGS, Handsome Present given with each Ring W. J. om on STANSFIELD lelrion House, COBWEH. 1 ?? SU?AA. mW iEA Am @ SALES BY MESSRS. DIGGORY & CHAPMAN (David Roberts and Son)., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, Corwen, Denbigh, Llangollen and Dolgelley. ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1915 AT BRYNBRITH, CORWEN. (Midway between Corwen and Gwyddelwern Stations), HIGHLY Important and Attractive Sale of the whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock, briefly comprising :— 60 Head of Choice Colory Crossbred In-calf Dairy Cows, Heifers and Young Cattle; 4 Horses; 2 Sows; 9 Young Pigs'; Fowls; Implements of Husbandry Horse Gearing Dairy Utensils, &c., by order of Mr William Hughes, who is leaving. Credit will be given upon approved security until Corwen March Fair, or Discount for Cash. Lunch (by ticket) at 10, and Sale at 11 o'clock ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, 1915, AT HENGAER ISA, LLAWR-Y-BETTWS, CORWEN. SALE of 25 Head of Choice Cross-bred Shorthorn In calf Dairy Cows, Heifers and Young Cattle; Two Powerful Cart Horses; Chestnut Pony Mare; Crops of Hay, Corn and Straw (all to go off); About an Acre of Swedes Quantity of Mangolds; Implements of Husbandry; Horse Gearing; Dairy Uten- sils and Part of Household Furniture, includ- ing items in Old Oak, etc., by order of Mr. H M Jones, who is leaving. Credit will be given until Corwen April Fair, 1916, or Discount for Cash. Lunch at 11 and Sale at 12 o'clock. ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1915, AT THE BALA SMITHFIELD. Usual Sale of Fat and Store Cattle, Sheep and Pigs. Sale at 11-30 prompt. ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1915, AT TYUCHA, TRERHIWAEDOG, BALA SALE of Live and Dead Farmibg Stock, &c., &c. Usual Credit or Discount. Lunch at 11 and Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1915 AT HENDRE BRYN CYFFO, Gwydd'wern (Situate a few minutes' walk from Gwyddelwern Railway Station). HIGHLY Important and Attractive Sale of the whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock, briefly comprising :— 61 Head of Choice Colory Crossbred In-calf Dairy Cows, Heifers and Young Cattle; 7 Excellent Horses 35 Fat Lambs 2 In-pig Sows; Sow with litter of 8 Pigs; 4 Strong Store Pigs; About 20 couples of Fowls; Two Stacks of Oats, Wheat and Barley (all to j go off); Implements of Husbandry; Horse Gearing; Dairy Utensils and Part of House- Continued on next Column. hold Fnrniture, by order of Mr John Hughes, who is leaving. Four months' Credit will be given upon approved Security or Discount for Cash. Lunch at 10, and Sale at 11 o'clock prompt. ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1915, AT DOL LLYCHWYN, Nr. BALA. IMPORTANT Sale of 36 Head of Choice Cattle Two Cart Mares Part of the Flock of Sheep; Two Strong Store Pigs; Crops of Hay and Corn (all to go off); About half-an-acre of Swedes Half-an-acre of Pota- toes The whole of the Implements of Hus- bandry, Horse Gearing, Dairy Utensils, etc., by order of Mr R J Lloyd, who is leaving. Credit until Bala April Fair, 1916, or Discount for Cash. Lunch at 11 and Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1915 AT CAER LEION, RHYDUCHA, BALA SALE of Live and Dead Farming Stock, &c, &c. Usual Credit or Discount given. Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. Auctioneers' Offices:- Temple Buildings, Corwen. ASSEMBLY ROOM, CORWEN. WEDNESDAY, 17th NOVEMBER. Social Tea & Entertainment Proceeds in aid of the Starving Belgians. Tea on Tables 4 to 7 p.m. Tickets Is. Children 6d. LOST. SILVER MEDAL between the Assambly Rooms, Corwen, and the Post Office. Initials E. M. 2/6 reward to finder on taking same to Waterloo House, Corwen.
CORWEN TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE
CORWEN TERRITORIAL COMMITTEE. The Corwen Territorial Committee in co- operation with the Red Cross Work Party has dispatched a parcel of Shirts, Socks, etc, of the value of £ 14 to Col. Jelf Reveley, under whom the Edeyrnion Territorials are serving in Gallipoli. Next week another parcel is to be sent out, consisting of such comforts as Tobacco, Cigar- ettes, Sweets, Tins of Sardines, Biscuits, Con- densed Milk Lead pencils, Writing Pads, En- velopes, etc, and anyone who desires to contribute a gift, however small, is kindly requested to communicate with Mr. T. Lloyd Jones, The Terrace, the Secretary of the Territorial Committee. The parcel will be made up and sent off on Wednesday, next week.