PRINCE OF WALES NATIONAL FUND. Cardigan County Collection (Continued). it d. Rev. J. F. Lloyd, Llanilar 1 0 0 .LLanilar Church 4 0 0 Sm-yddffykion -C,kl. Cbawl 10 0 (I Talybent- Baptise CHitpel 7 8 4 Bow Street Congregational Church 2 2 U Tabor C.M. Chapel 5 15 d C nwchcoch Wesley Chapel 0 18 4 Garn C.M. Chapel 10 10 0 Br.thel Congregational Church 20 3 1 L. P. Hughes, Esq., Belsize-road, Hampst-ead 20 0 0 Llanbadarn Church 10 3 10 Caersalem, Ffair Rhos Chapel 4 12 6 Bethel, SwyddffynonChapel 6 17 6 Blaenpennal Congregational Church 7 4 4 Aberayron—per J. R. Evans and B. M. Davies 79 17 f) Ciliau Aeron Parish 11 15 0 Cileennin, per the Misses Williams of: Perthbach, Bevan, Carni; Jones, Bridport; Jones, Tyr- bach Williams, Plas; Jones, Llaethy 24 6 6 Llanon C. M. Chapel 4 3 6 Pontsaeson C.M. Chapel 10 0 9! J. T. Lewis, Esq., Gwynfryn, Llanarth 10 i(ya Blaenporth Parish 20 1 4) Towyn Congregational Church New Quay 29 3 0 The Hon. Mrs. Stewart, Allty- nodyn .20 0 0 TanygroesC.M. Chapel 8 0 3 Llangoedmore Parish 80 3 41 Bryngwenith Chapel, Henllan 16 0 0 Cellan Church 5 5 O Llanfairclydoge Church 2 4 0 Captain and Mrs. Bertie Pavies- Evans 510 0 Trefilan Church 4 10 I) Llanwnen Church 2 6 O Silian Church 4 1 U Llangwyryfon Church 1 1Q J R. S. Rowland, Esq., The Garth 5 0 ? Rev. E. O1. Jones, Llangunllo 15 2 6 Capelbwleh Chapel 4 10 0 Blaenafon C.M. Chapel 3 11 1 J. Powell, Esq., M.D., Newcastle Emlyn 1 1 0 T. J. Jones, Esq., Llanwnen 0.5 0 Glynarthen 36 8 1 Llangiby Wesley Chapel. 2 0 0 Ebenewr Congregation? Church Llangiby 7 4 4 Teify Side Tennis Club* 1 1 0 Mrs. Lloyd, Gilfacharn 1 1 0 Mr. Jones, Gellifvharen 10 0 0 Sports, Newcastle Emlyn 2 10 0 Brynmorlog 1 1 0 Capel Bryn, New Court 17 12 fif Llanbadarn Trefeglwys Church. 10 0 0 Mr..Jones, Brodawel, Caerwedros 20 0 0 Capel-v-Cwm, Unitarian 1 12 4 Alltyblaea, Unital-ian 10 2 0 Lady Evans, Lovesgrove 5 0 0 Griffith Pugli Evans, Lovesgrove 5 0 0 Elim C.M. Chapel 4 13 7 Cwmerfyn Congregational Church 1 0 O & Amount collected £ 1/765 0~0 1 CARDICANSIHRE SOLDIERS ANT» SAILORS FAMILIES' ASSOCIATION. Miss Mary Griffiths, Fenaddu, j* Ciliau Aeron 0 17 7 § Tresaith, Tanygroes 5 0 0 1 z769. «
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¡ BOOK-KEEPING •& TYPEWRITING— Mr H Seddon, Teacher of Comineicial Subjects at the Aberystwyth" Science and Art «c5 £ ses is prepared U> take pupils privately, in Sther Book-keeping or Typewriting-Apply, _2. Trinity-pl >ce. Û75 AN ADA^1-Wanted, Far mere. Farm labourers a»d Domwtic Servants. Work W,"iLnteed .-Apply at the" Cambrian Nøwø" offices, Aberystwyth, Agents for the Allan Line and Pa«ifie Canadian Rail- way Company. CHAUFFEUR Mechanic required, must "U bo able to do all running repairs. Age, wage, references. —Charles Avails, /Lampeter. z759 Cr\nT/" uT«niied h reliable Cook House* 0^raV-T,^Hotel.. Pwllheli. z789 RTCCIETH Wanted, apartments for bachelor permanent,; near station :No..l3VcL.briari News' Office, Aberystwyth. CAMEKEEPER Waited rM.J. with^the teat ol references — Guptam J^ves, Aberrnaide. Aberystwyth U nOOD Plain CCKJJC Wnntcd country (jT kiiohen maid .keptgood references Mrs Lewes, Aberrviid-e, Aberystwyth z770 P~ITMAN'S SHORTHAND AND TYPE- j. W KITING. Private and Postal In- sytifuctioiw (./lasses Aloudnjs xnd Fridays. Success guaranteed to workers. -D. Ev^ns, South View. Han had arn-road. Aberystwyth. ANTRY MAID WAITRESS required for r first-class Hetel.; good i,eferencp- Marine Hotel, Barilictiltb. -i785 REQUIRED £ 301' on security of house, Aberystwyth 'Ave-per cent, interest. Address, No. 142, ">Caml»rian News Office, .Aberystwyth. ztM SHORTHAND and TYPIST (Improver) Wanted immediately.—Apply, stating age, experience and abiury, and salary, 12d, L Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. V* iUu V XT ANTED, near Aberystwyth, four Bed- W roomed House with about ten acres of ground —Apply Box No. 125, '-Cambrian Newm" Office, Aberystwyth. z710 WANTED, young married man to look after small farm thoroughly under- stand breeding all kind of stock and used to Farm work.-Appl%, by letter stating, ace and experience, to Box No. 141, "Cambrian News" Office, Alwryst,wyth, z786 TT7ANTBD for November Cook General, W Housemaid kept.—Apply, Miss Owen, ■■Mae-*yrhedydd, Aberystwyth z<92 1 WANTED, immediately, experienced Skirt Hand.—Apply, J. Ev^us, Great L)ark- ate-street, Aberystwyth. z791 WANTED, two Young Ladies as apprentices to Sorting and Packing Rooms.— Apply, Steam Laundry, Aberystwyth- z730 WANTED, a good General plain cooking. — Mrs Edward Edwards, Bronallt, Camdog-ro,irl, Aberystwyth z777 WANTED, by a boy aged fifteen, situation as Under Gardener or other work in a gentleman's house Apply, Box No 140, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth z776 WANTED, small fauiilv Washing at Aber- ▼▼ ystwyth.—Apply, Box 126, Cambrian /News Office, Aberystwyth. zlu j| 11 7 ANTED, Sxperleoced House Maid P VV cook and man servant kept.—Apply, ,with references, to Mrs Parry Griffiths, Vicarage, Carmarthen. z715 ,W ANTED. Baker, Male or Female; able to W make good Bread anrl Smells'; live in; state age and wages required.—Apply, 131, Canibriftli News," Office, Aberystwyth. ,z72 WANTED. November 12th, a Cook and & Housemaid; ages from 20 to 25 2 in family. -Apply stating wages required and preferences, to Box 130," Cambrian News -Office. Aberystwyth. z.718 WANTED, cooks, cook-generals, house- W maids, waitresses and general servants Also useful helps. (St Mackenzie 75, North Parade, Aberystwyth. z272 ANTET) SCHOOL CLEANER for g," Borth Council School. Wages L8 per annum.—Apply immediately to Mr. Jenkin James, Director of Education, Aberystwyth. z766. WANTED, immediately, a good general for small family. Wages, £ 14.— Apply Box 139, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. z764. WANTED, a good cook-general; house- maid kept.—Apply Mrs. Cross, Ynyshir Hall, Glandyfi. z71 WANTED, situation as housekeeper to one or two_ gentlemen.-Apply Box Iffo 121, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber- ygtwyth. 2 WANTED, end October or earlier, cap- able general', able to do plain cook- ing; good references essential. AppK, Mrs E H. Davies Brynheuloig, Pentre, Rhoiidda z699 WANTED, gocl cook general, must have good reference.—Apply, stat- ing age, salary, and experience to Lion Hotel, Machynlleth. ?-698 WANTED, tn; th Aberystwyth district, TV bv small family in good position, a smart, Capable girl, age about 25 to 35, tor housekeeper;~«2ight work, servant kept, high salary offered to competent W esh girl.—Apply, sending full particulars, which I will be treated in strict confidence, to 138. Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. z756 NOTICE. T' ELOSiE wishing to buy, sell, or rent property in tho Cardigan Bay Dis- trict should send stamp for copy of "Car- digan Bay Property Journal," published by Edwin Blakey, Architect, Surveyor, and Estate Agent, Barmouth. z317 TO BE LET. ARDIGAiNSHIRE.-To be Let. furnished, C for six months, at a low rental, a Desir- able Country Residence, including about 500 acres Shootir.g, some 1 i«hing. Apply. Cooke Bros. & Roberts, Estate Agents, Aberyst- wyth. z771 CRICCIETH.—To be Let, unfurnished, on the Esplanade, Bronygraig," "Caer- leon." and Craigydon each house contain- ing 4 sitting rooms, 13 bedrooms, bathroom, t And usual offices. Apply, Walter Jones, Estate Office, Criccieth. FREEMASONS ARMS, Aberystwyth, to Let early possession fully-licensed, >, Apply, David Roberts &. Sons, Ltd., Brewers, Aberystwyth. zi t GOOD FARM to Let in March about 100 acres and sheep walk.—Apply, Box 133. Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. z727 HOUSE AND SHOP to Let, 5, Little Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, W. H. Williams. 44, North parade. z753 PRIVATE Apartments or Board Residence to Let very moderate terms for winter months bath (h and c)—35, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth z780 TO LET, 5-roomed Bungalow Cottage at; Cwmpadarn rent inclusive, 10 guineas.— f Apply, Roberts, Padarn House, Llanbadarn. z/52 TO LfEmTe.—rcWial elHl-oktneol win n MFiadm-Cilay rdaignad nCshoimre- r mining District; posting and proper accom- modation.-Apply, 132, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. z725 TO LET, Glyndwr Villa, Penglais Road.— Apply, No. 22, North-parade, Aber- ystwyth, s. 55,09 TO BE LET. J TO BE LET. from the 29th September next, < all that Free and Fully Licensed Family and Commercial Hotel known as the White Horse Hotel. centrally situated in Maengwyn Street, in the important market town of Alachynlleth. -Apply to Messrs.' Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Auctioneers, Newtown, and at Aberystwyth. z351 TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE, -22 h.p. 2-speed 1911 Douglas Motor Bicycle, thoroughly overhauled by makers; £ 25 cash.—I. Morris MiniTordd, Penrhvndendraeth. z772 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing from record Cheshire Milkers, by Pedigree Bulls. Quotations to any station; no fancy prices.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. v359 rPO BE SOLD, the imessuago^ and | -*■ accommodation lands called "PEN- DRFj," in the occupation of Mr Dd. Jacob, containing about 15a. 2r. 24p.; distance from town, 1.1 miles; the house has a front- ,-ige to Li.,i,iil)adarn-road.-AppN to T. W. Powell, Market-street, Aberystwyth. z701 WHEAT FOR S BED.—Standard Red; Squaieheads Master; Victor White; Red King. Prices and samples on application. Hartley's Grain Stores, Queen street, Aber- ystwytb. z645 SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. Farmers clin have the very best Bails or Heifers delivered to their noarosr stations at very reasonable ptics»s. Bred fr m larilA fratai(.1, de-I) milt-ing Cow,, by Pure Bred Sires.—Tt-^ttrtionials from .111 parts of Wtes,-Apply. F. 1-t. HHl. Highgate. Whitchurch, Salop. v241 VERY IMPORTANT. HIGH-CICASS and flourishing Sweet and Chocolate Bu.sir.ess to be dis- posed of, including stock and fixtures. Doing a. la.rge and profitable trade. A rare Opportunity for an enterprising per- son. Moderate rental. Good living accom- modation. Substantial reasons for leaving. For terms and particulars apply Box 137, Canibi-iaii News" Omce. Abei-ystwyth. -r- MISCELLANEOUS. .t. NOTICE. UA. VID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberyftwyth. buyer of Scrap, Wrought ittf. Cast Iron, Copper, .brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp, iufi Manilla R-opos, Ships' Canvas, Pewter. Horse BVr, Hare and lUbblt. HMns, JiftRa, etc. Brat cash prices given. J477 NOTICE. I cILQU H A M'S Aberystwyth, Want sTa. Wrought aud Cast Iron Scrap, OId}Maciunery, Btta, Ooppar, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and ?StntUa, Hopes, Ship's IGanvas.i *o« Good prices sriven, an qnantliy. h830 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every mother who values the Health and Cleanliness, of her ttfiild sb" dd use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" 3S RSERY POMADE. One application kills ..11 Nits and Vermin, beautiPes and strengthens the Hair. 'In Tins, 4 £ d. and 9d; postage Id. Geo. W Harrrt m, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists Ajsnt for Aberystwyth W. M. Jones, Chemist. 33 Terrace-road, Dolgelley: R. and G. Williams, Chemists, Queen's-square. ,,61 r finn BUTTER KNIVES GIVEN' U AWAY.—Everyone send- ing six penny stamps to defray cast, pack, ing, postage, etc., of wonderful ILLUS- TRATED BARGAIN LIST we will present, absolutely free, beautiful Stag-handled Sterling Silver-plated Butter Tvnire. Mag- nificent value.—SHEFFI1<JLI> CUTLERY DIRECT SUPPLY COMPANY. Century Works, Sheffield. z763 MUSIC. "t Miss Beatrice Davies receives pupils in PIANOFORfE PLAYING AND THEORY OF MUSIC. Pupils prepared for examinations. Apply- LLEDFAIR HOUSE, lYlACHYNLLETHj TUTORIAL SCHOOL, NEW QUAY. Conducted by D. 0. JONES, Int. Arte (Lond.), and A. G. WEBBER, B.Sc., (Hons.) FIFTY Succeeses during last School year, including London, Wales, Victoria and Lampeter Matrics, Cambridge Pre- vious, Oxford Responsions, etc., Centre for Preceptors and Cambridge Locals. Classes during Easter and Summer Vaos. For list of successes, fees, eto,. apply as above. ySM in the Town and District I The Oldest Billposting Establishment John Lloyd &Sons fown Oriers, Billposters and Distributors, Having the largest number of most prominent Posting Stations in all parts of Absrystwyth and District, they are able to take large contracts of every description OVER 100 STATIONS IN TOWN DISTRICT Official BiSip. eterf! to the Town and OsnaCy Councils,G. W.R.Ca., Cambrian Railway Co., the A.I.C., all the Aao- ticneors of the Town aDd- Dtatrlot. and other public bodies. Ad-irese-TP.INITY RD, ABKHYSTWYTH, Mr R. GARDINER Land Agent, Valuer, etc., CARADOG ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. Arbitrations, Valuation and Reports, etc. Under Distinguished Patronage ESTABLISHED 1900. J. LEVENSON Begs to draw the attention of the Residents and Visitors to the Up-to-date Commodious Hairdressing Saloon Adjoining his HIGH-CLASS TOBACCO ESTABLISHMENT, TERRACE ROAD, First-Class Artists employed and prompt attention given. | SALES BY AUCTION. HAY! HAY!! HAY! POR SALE, in one or more lots, about 28 Tons of Prime Meadow Hay of 1913 growth, in first-class condition, near to a good road, within 4! miles of Aberyst- wyth.—Apply to Messrs. 'Gooke Bros. and Roberts, Auctioneers, Aberystwyth. z402 COOKE BROS & ROBERTS, F.A.I? Etc.- Agricultural and General Auciionetrs, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. OFFICES :-Old Post Office Chambere, Aber. ystwyth also at Towyn. PArmonth, Dolgelley Newtown. I — TENDERS. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection JL of Two Semi-detached Villas at Borth, for Captain John Davies, Neptune House (to whom application to view the Site should be made). Plans and Specifications may be seen upon. application, at the undermentioned address, whete sealed Tenders .are to lie sent not later than noon of Tuesday, October 20th, 1914. The lowest or any Tender will not necces- sarily be accepted. J. LEWIS-EVANS, Architect & Surveyor. 21, Great Dtrkgate Street, Aberystwyth. z740 LIVERPOOL. 'All Snattesbury Temperance Hotel MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage, Stop at the Door. Telegrams Shaftesbury Hotel, Livenmd." Home like and Moderate. Welsh spoken. HOTEL GWALIA, CPPEBIWOBUKN PLACE, LONDON, W.O. CKNTRALLY SITUATBD (within 5 minutes' walk of Easton Station and 20 minutes from Paddington Station by under- ground to Gdwer-street Station). 180 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished. Passenger Lift to all floors. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend- ance, 5s, eaoh person. Telegraphic address Gwaliatelp London." Telephone: 3648 Central. m734 Managing Director, JOHN JENKINS "0,' BW- St., Davids Hotel, HARLEOH. Clote to famous Links and Seashore Qaraqe, In tpection Pit, Stables. Bijliafds. ExatUent cuisine Write for iaoriiative BtK&let. Finest sea emd moxmtai vieus. qjp ARTHOG HALL HOTEL, Near DOLGELLEY. UNDER ENTIRKLY NEW MANAGEMENT. Telegrams—Jeffs, Arthog. Arthog Stati n, Cambrian Railway, 7 minutes walk. GARAGE FOR 6 OARS. CAR FOR HIRE. THE BEAUTY SPOT OF NORTH WALES. 3 miles from Barmouth and standing in its own beautifully-wooded ettonds of 40 acres in which are the celebrated Artbog Waterfalls and ancient Fort of Craig-y-Bwlcb. Unrivalled Scenery Mountain, River and Sea; Mild Winter Climate 3,500 acres Rough Shooting and Wild Fowling Golf (easy distance), Tennii, Bowls, etc. The nearest and easiest Mcent to Cader Idris is from the HoteL AN IDEAL PLACE FOR AN IDEAL HOLIDAY Illustrated Tariff on application. y795 HARRY G. JEFFS, Proprietor. THE SILENT HUDSON SIX-CYLINDER CAR, 25 h.p. No Starting Handle. Self-starting and Lighting. £ 475 complete iTOURING CAR j TRIAL BUNS by GRAY JONES, Aberdovey. Tel. No. S. y891 J. G. WILLIAMS, COACH & MOTOR CARRIAGE WORKS, CHALYBEATE ST., ABERYSTWYTH. High-Class Repairs in all Departments. Private Address— Tel. No. 74 27. ChalybeateStreet. v414 MECCANO. 5/- Outfit makes 67 Models. 3/- Outfit makes 40 Models. GALLOWAY'S, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. RATS ROUTED Poison, Rats like it, eat it greedily, and die on the spot. Leave no smell, No failure or trouble. Certain death. Tins, 6d. Is. 2s, 3s, 5s. Post 2d. I HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Tins, 6d. Is. the 3s, 5s. Post 2d. Agents: E. P. Wynne, Chemist, Aberystwyth R. Evans, Chemist, Lampeter; T. Jones, Chemist, Tregaron; D. M. Evans, M.P.S., C.D.S.A., Chemist and Optician, The Pharmacy, Towyn; R. Davies, Machynlleth; E. Lima Jones, Aberayron. I NALEN BY AtTgTIOif. TYMAWR, MELINBYRHEDYN, MACHYNLLETH. MESSRS. <HLLART & SONS are in- structed by the Executor of the late Mr Thomas Jones, to sell by Auction, as above, on TUESDAY, -3rd NOVEMBER, 1914, the whole of the excellent FARMING STOCK, including 23 HEAD OF HEREFORD CATTLE, 4 UPSTANDING CART HORSES, 20 Sheep; Pigs Geese and Poultry; "everal Tons of HAY and STRAW (to go off). A large collection of FARM IMPLEMENTS; together with the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (including several pieces of Old Oak) and Dairy Uteusils. Luncheon at 10. Sale at 10 30 a.m punctually. Terms-Citsh. z78S GILLART & SONS, Auctioaaers, House and Estate Agents, Valuers and Surveyors. MACHYNLLETH, I AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rgnts, Farniburf, Farming Stock, and Timber etc., under. taken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for BSstate Duty, I ,I Transfer, Mortgage, and other purposes.* I SURVEYS made and Plans prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected. Property owners advised in regard to the Provisional Valuations of their properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act 1910. Register of houses and lands to let and for Sale by Private Treaty. t96Q, WALTER LLOYD JONES, I AUCTIONEER & VALUER, "DEGli> TO ANNOUNCE that^he open to oondueft -A-* Sales of Propei ty, Furniture and Farming Stock, &c., on reasonable tt-rma. Proaipt settlements guaranteed. Inquiries :nvit?d from the AUCTIONEER, King Edward Street, Barmohth, or frclq. Mr JOHN ROBERTS, RiJCID Houøe. L, I I BUSINESS ADDRESSES. UV¥UUUVWUUÚVUVU68, THE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE' ML Great Darkgate Street, jgj BEST VALUE IN FURNITURE. g I J. LEWIS" EVANS | ml OA BIN 1ST MANUFACTOJtER, Jff UPHOLSTERBK, AND UNDERTAKER, BEGS tti iatorm tho nubile that he haa Q)( always a large Stock of Furnlture, ete. made A*. on the procoiBep, An inspection invited. 3# Workmanship Guaranteed. 2k I SPECIAL SHOW OF LAoms AND GENTS FOOTWEAR FOR PRESENT SEASON. • INSPECT WINDOWS FOR QUALITY AND STYLE. LADIES FITTING ROOM. Repairs on the Premises. Anybody's Boots Repaired. CALL AT D. WILLIAMS, Oambria Boot Stores, Aberystwyth. PERSONAL ATTENTION. Xmas Toy Club. f JOIN TO-DAY. Pay what you like. Ban whatyou like. I CLEARANCE SALE OF HIREJtGOODS I PUSH CHAIRS, &e. ? Heavy Stock of New and Second-hand FURNITURE. GOODS BOUGHT FOR CASH. JOHN G STYLES, 10, TERRACE ROAD, Near Station. ABERYSTWYTH. BULBS. BULBS. HYACINTHS. TULIPS. NARCISSUS. i CROCUS. WE ALSO SUPPLY Bowls and Potting Fibre. 1' G. Wilkinson & Son, NORTH PARADE, ABERYSTWTTH. ELLIS S I COOLING FRUIT SALINE 1/- per bottle. This pleasant and refreshing Saline will be found exceedingly valuable in purifying the blood and cooling the system and thus preventing those unpleasant eruptions and pimples so common to many at the change of the seasons. DOSE: Oits or two teaspoonsful to be taken in tepid or cold watet- half-an-hour before breakfast. Note the plice-l/- per bottle. To be obtained only from THE Chemist, n-,n ROBERT ELLIS, 53, Terrace Road, ABERYSTWYTH. Prescriptions accurately dispensed. Telephone No. 71. | SALES BY AUCTION YSTRAD FARM, TREGARON. Important and Unreserved Sale of Stock, Implements, Household Furniture. and Green Crop. MESSRS. D. L. JONES, F.A.I., & SONS have been favoured with instructions by Evan Williams, Esq. (who is retiring from farming), to Sell by Public Auction at the above plaee. On Friday,' October I6tht 191 And the following day, if unable to finish in one day, the whole of the following STOCK, fee. Compriaiog- 45 HEAD OF CATTLE.-15 Milch Cows in Calf and in full profit, several to calve early in the new year, 1 Two-year old Shorthorn Bull, 9 coming two. year old Heifers in Calf, 4 Good Strong Steers, J5 Heifer and Stser Calves. 25 HORSES.—1 Cart Mare 12-year old, good breeding £ nrtre ano supposed to be in Foal, 1 Roadster Mare coming 5 year old, 16 h.b., an excellent mover with sucker at foot, 1 very promising Vanner, good strong bone, coming 4-year old, 15-3 h.h., by ",fohn Danegelt," 2 good strong Cobs, comiog 3 year old, with fine action, 1 strong Colt, coming 2-year old, by Emlyn Jainson," 1 Roadster, coming 3-year old, by U Danegelt." PONIES—" Lady HofAfje," coming 6-year old, winner of many Prizes,' including 2 Silver Cups, One temp r and wonderful goer, Blodwen," fine bay pony, 9-year old, good strong bone, a wonderful pony, an excellent breeding pony with Sucktr. and supposed to be in Foal, Doly," mother of Lady Horace," 10-year old with Sucker and supposed to be in Foal. Sno.%fleck." 8 year old, 12-2 h.h., atypical breeding pony. with Foal and supposed to be in foal. Happy Girl," black pony. 12-3 h.h,, with Sucker and supposed to be in Foal, "Firefly," bay pony, coming 4, 13-1 h.h., good ttrong bone, 3 very promising Fillies, coming 2-year old, 1 Cofc, comiog 2-year old, 4 Yearlings and 4 Suckers by "Trotting Jack." Also the Sheep, Pigs, &c Implements, Dairy Utensils, Household Furniture, and about 6 Acres of Green Crop. Credit on Conditions on all sums over 10s. Luncheon at 10 a.m. Sale to commence at 11 3e a.m. sharp. Esgerheudy, Tregaron, ep. 24th, 11114. z733 BUSINESS ADDRESSES. I JAMES MORGAN, | Fruiterer and Florist, Fishmonger, H and Poulterer, H 11, PIER STREET, I ABERYSTWYTH. | EGGS. EGGS. EGGS. I Bought in any quantity for Cash. jB 11, PIER STREET, I ABERYSTWYTH. | EGGS. EGGS. EGGS. I Bought in any quantity for Cash. tg 0. J. BARNETT, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKRR & JEWELLER, (11 years experience as watch adjuster in the prittci pal American Watch Factories), DOVEY BUILDINGS, ABERDOVEY Repairs of all kinds oarried out with accuracy and dispatoh.. REPAIRS FOR THE TRADE A SPECIALITY. O.J B. will oall at MR. R. PRITCHARD, WINDSOR HOUSE, MACHYNLLETH, every Wed- aeadsy afternoon to receive orden. x923 I Bulbs Bulbs ll J. VEAREY | Has now in Stock a large quantity of Flowering Bulbs m OF THE BEST QUALITY. || Fresh Vegetables Daily S FROM OUR OWN GARDENS. M MOTE ADDRESS— JS3 17. Nortbgate St. Aberystwyth- S Flowering Bulbs m OF THE BEST QUALITY. || Fresh Vegetables Daily S FROM OUR OWN GARDENS. M NOTE ADDRESS— JS3 17. Northgate St. Aberystwyth- S -f( le fireside is inviting these A COSY CUP OF TEA y days, but as everyone knowllt ip bad to drink tea by itself. You want some of OWEN'S DAINTIES to go with that cup of tea. Let me send you up an aasortment r: I d for tea to-night, mr and one of my delicious cakes. I ehall be delighted Ito have your orders for bread, cakes and confectionery, and you will be delighted with the excellence of W my "productions. Give me a trial please. I o-w IE IV < (D. W. TEVIOTDALE). I 19, North Parade, ABERYSTWYTH For every description of Boot and Shoe Repairs whether LIGHT OR HEAVY NAILED or HAND-SEWN (; Try the I UP-TO-DATE BOOT AND SHOE REPAIRER, GEO. AHERN, (Late FLETCHER). 39, QUEEN STREET, i —ABERYSTWYTH.— SALES BY h,VOTim$ I THE vn,ox SOCTH BKACH PWLLHELI. Important Sale of Valunhie Tlourehold Purniture and Otlier Effects. MR JOHN DA VIES has been instructed by Mr. McLeod (who is leaving), to Sell by Public Auction, NEXT THURSDAY, OCTORFR 22nd, 1914 the whole of the FURNITURE Including Old Oak Bureau, in good condition, Dining and Drawing Room Suites, Handsome Sideboard, Tables, Hall- stand, Water Colours, Prints. Books, Brass Candlesticks, Bedroom Furniture, Carpets, Linodeum, Rugs, Mats, Ornaments^ China, Crockery, and Cooking C tens ills, etc. Sale at 1 p.m. Terms—Cash. The Paragon, Blaenau Festiniog. z762 MR. JOHN PUGH, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Great Darkgata Street, Aberystwyth, Undertakes Sales of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, fee., upon reasonable terms Strict attention given to all businew-and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thursdays and by appointment on any other day* Offices— Abeyrstwyth Great Darkgalte Street Machynile-th Maenewyn Street. PUBLIC NOTICES. MR T J. MORRISON J would feel greatly obliged if any householder^ having empty bottles, cases, syphons marked Morrison, Richards, Hopkins, Edwards, etc., would send him P C., he will have them re- moved and gladly repay postage. z738 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MESSRS. SMITH, DAVIES & EVANS, JLVJL Solicitor*, Aberystwyth, beg to he Notice that they have removed their Offices from Old Pout Office C ambers, Terrace-road, to Market Chambers, at the Little Darkgate- Street end of Marke -street, wht re their practice will hencefortn be carried OD. z747 EXPLOSIVES ACT, 1875. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in terms of Section 13 of the above Act, that the undersigned have discontinued tbe use of Magaziue No. 538, situated at Tynhad-g, Parish of Dolwyddelen, County of Carnarvon, and that the right to the Magazine License is not intended to be suirendered. A. J. BROWN, Ltd. 109, Hope Street, z770 Glasgow. cx R. CARDIGANSHIRE MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS, 1914. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that -& a C -urt of General Quarter 8essions of the Peace for He County ot Caidigan will be held and pt at the Town Hall, Lampeter, 88 Tnnrsdsy, the 22;]d day of October, 1914, at 11-15 o'clock in the forenoon, at which hear tbe names of the Grand Jtuor3 will be called over. < The Court ttiU then prooeeil with the business in the following nrdf-r-(I) County business; (2), Trial of Prisoners; (3), Hearing of appeals. And on I he day and on the hour above-mentioned, all the Grand and Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer their names, and tbe Magistrfttes of the County are requested to cause all depositions relating to cat-es sent for trial at these Sessions to be transmitted to the Clerk of the Paace on or before the 15th day of October, 1914, and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken F. R. ROBBRTS, C trk of tbe Peace. Aberystwyth, 3rd Oct. 1914. z724 Board of Education Session 1914. MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i.1 the Looal Education Authority for tbe County of Montgomery (hereinafter oalled "the Committee") in pursuance of and in exerciae of the powers co.fen. them by tbe Education Acta 1870 to 1907 (in which first mentioned Act the Land Clauses Consolidation Act 1846 alld the Acts amending the same are with certain restrictions incorporated ) and ot every other puwers enabling them in this behalf intend to apply to the Board of Education for a Provisional Order niableing them to put in force the powers of the Land Clauses Acts so as to enable the Committee to acquire the piece or parcel of-land containing I y admeasurement Half an Acre or thereabouts in the Parish of Llanwrin in the same C anty and forming portion of a field numbere d b 16 on the Ordnance Survey tor the said pariah being part of land held and oecupied with a residence knowa as Rhiwrgwreiddyn in the said parish. The piece of land is required for the purpose of providing farther public school accommodation .required for the District and Buildings and premises in connection therewith. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that a plan of the said land may be seen at all reasonable hours at the County Education Offices, Newtown. Dated this 16th day of October, 1914. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority. County Offices, Newtown- z784 MONTGOMERYSHIRE LOCAL EDUCATION AUTHORITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, IN accordance with the provisions of Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, that the County Council of Montgomery, being the Local Education Authority tor the purposes- of Part III. of that Act, pro- pose to provide a new Public Elementary School for about 60 children at Esgair- geiliog, in the Parish of Llanwrin. The School will be available for the following area:— Part of the Parish of Llanwrin. (Signed) LLEWELLYN PHIKEIPS. (J.<eerk to the Local Education Authority. County Offices, Newtown, 10th October,1914. Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, provides as follows:— "(1) Where the Local Education Aliitliority or any other persons propose to provide a new public elementary "school, they shall give public notice of their intention to do so. and the Man_ "agers of any existing School, or the Local Education Authority (where they are not themselves the persons propos- ing to provide the School-), or any ten ratepayers in the area for which it is proposed to provide the School, may, "within three months after the notice is "given, appeal to the ¡Board of Educa- tion on "ground that the proposed "School is not required, or that a School provided by the Local Education "Authority, or not sc provided, as the "case may be, is better suited to meet the wants of the district than the "Schooil proposed to he provided, and "any School built in contravention of the "decision of the Board of Education on "such appea shall he treated as un- "necessary." z7 60 SALES AUOTIOlf. t: H I CC I t: r I t. MR TOM PARRY. Auctioneer,! P«rtm»d' c, win S- ll by Auction at CrMIG-Y-lX)\. ESPLANADE, Criccieth, I VALUABLE ANTIQUE & MODERN FURNITURE I Bedroom Suites, Dining Room Suites, Carpets, several Bedsteads, including Mattresses, Sheet ings. Blankets. Sale to commenoe 1.30. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1914. The articles will be for inspection at Craig-y- Ion on Monday and Tuesday, 19th and 20th. Mr Tom Parry will hold a sale of Furniture at Portmadoc Town Hall, on Friday. October 16th. Particulars are given in postersandh andbills. 1.742 Do you require your Old Furniture replaced by NEW FURNITURE 2 If so, consult MR. TOM PARRY, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER. .4 A 5, Lombard Street, Portmadoc. Tel. No. 47. Mr. Tom Parry is open to conduct Sales of Property and Furniture on reasonable terms. lJ PUBLIC NOTICES. ABERYSTWYTH SCIENCE aNO ART COMMITTEE. A POPULAR COURSE OF LESSONS IN CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH. ROVIDED it saifioient number express a desire to join, it is intended to btart a cldse in Conversational French immediately in Aberystwyth. Fee, 3/- to 4/ according to the number registered. Intending papils should send in their names AT ONCK to the undersigGsd. JENKIN JAMES, MA., Count) Education Office, Aberystwyth. October 14th, 1914. z781
BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. THE PRINCE OF WALES' NATIONAL RELIEF FUND. The Mayor of Aberystwyth earnestly appeals for subscriptions to the above Fund for the relief of the "inevitable distress which must be bravely dealt with in the coming days," and hopes that a prompt and generous response will be made to this appeal. Subscriptions will be received by the Mayor or by the Aberystwyth Branches of the following Banks, namely, the National Provincial Bank, London City and Midland, London and Provincial, and Lloydp Banks. A List of Subscriptions will be published weekly. Dated the 18th day of August, 1914. By Order. Town Halfl, Aberystwyth. SUBSCRIPTIONS. x, s. a. Already acknowledged .916 1 Si Warrant Officer T. R. Fear .» 0 10 6 Anonymous 2 0 0 Dr. Gwilym James, Glanaber, Buarth 110 JE919 13 21 Collected by Mrs James, Ysllwyn, Caradoc Road, and Mrs Thomas, Eirianfa, Caradoo Road Mr Thomas (Inspector of Schools), and Mrs Tnomas, Caradoc Road 5 0 0 Mrs E. Fl. James, Caradoc Road 2 2 0 Mr J. W. James, Caradoc Road 2 2 0 Mr J. Lewis Evans, Great Darkgate Street 1 1 0 Capt. and Mrs Davies, Powell Street 110 Mr I). Sylvanus Edwards, Lion Stores 110 Mrs D. R. Williams, Draper, Great Darkgate Street .„ 1 1 0 Inspector D. Edwards, Police Station 0 10 0 Mr David Evans, Jeweller, Great Darkgate Street 0 10 0 5s. each Mr Jack Edwards, Great Darkgate Street; Mr J. E .Hughes, Draper, Great Darkgate Street, and Mr Collins, Mrs Thoma', Bridge Street Mrs Savage, George Street 1 5 0 Messrs. Howells' Staff. 0 4 0 2/6 each Mrs Hollier, Queen St., Mrs Roberts, Bridge Street Mr Lloyd Jenkins, Great Darkgate St.; Mrs Tanner, 7, George Street; Mrs Thomas, William Street "A Friend" 0 15 0 Sums under 2,16. 0 17 8 JE17 9 8 Collected by Mrs Powell, Awelfor, and Miss Watkins, Rook House, Marine Terrace Mrs Rea, White Horse 1 1 0 Mr and Mrs irvans, Tanyrheithin, Baker Street 1 1 0 5/- each Messrs, D. and W. Ellis, Little Darkgate Street; Mr J. Lincoln Jones, Market Street; Miss Williams, Marine Terrace and Mrs Evaoc, Pen Rock 1 0 0 2/6 each Mr D. Morgan, Market Street; Mrs Parrish, Alfred Place Mr Hawketts, 8, Marine Terrace Mrs Williams, 15, Marine Terrace Mrs Norman Jones, and Blue Bell Hotel 0 15 0 Sums under 2/6 1 8 7i f5 5 7i Collected by Mrs Samuel, Hafody- bryn, and Mre FoBsett Roberts, 9, Laura Place j Councillor and Mrs T. J. Samoel, j Hafodybryn. 2 2 0 5/- each Mrs Henry Pugh, Green- field Street, and a Friend 0 10 0 2/6 each Mr Foulkes, Mill Street, and Mra Morgan, Greenfield St. 0 5 0 Sums under /6. 0 15 7 f3 12 7 Collected by Mrs Mattbtw Jones, 3, Marine Terrace, and Miss Simoox, 4, South Marine Terrace Mr Morgan, 35. Bridge Street 1 1 0 Mrs Matthew Jones, 3 South Mar- ine Terrace 0 10 0 Mrs Hollier, 44, Bridge Street 0 2 6 Sams under 2/6. 1 7 6 93 0 0 Collected by Mrs Bowyer, Greenfield Street, and Mrs G. Williams, Greenfield Street Mr Jones. Man-ar-afon, Penparke-rd. 0 10 0 Miss Jane Roderick, Ship and Castle Inn 0 10 0 Miss Mary Roderick, Ship and Cattle Inn 0 10 0 2/6 eaoh Mrs Clayton Thomas, Bri- tannia, High Street; Miss Williams, Riversdale Mr W. H. Lloyd, Fountain Inn. 0 7 6 Sams under 2/6 0 15 6 42 13 0 Collected by 'Mrs Jones-Powell and Mrs Capt. Doughton (in addition to 94 8s. 6d. already acknow- ledged) Mr rharles Panchen, New Street 0 5 0 Colleoted by Mrs John Evans, Bron. iarth, and Misses E. and J. Williams, Abergeldie in addition to JB39 Oa. 5d., already acknow- ledged :— Mrs Hughes, Sol way, Bnarth.0 5 0 AFriend. 0 2 6 £ 0 7 6 Aggregate Total f952 6 7
SALES BY AUCTION. 500 Horses. Next Week. North Wales Repository, Wrexham. FRANK LLOYD and SONS will i' sell On Wtdnesday lJut, October 21st, 200 Light Hormm. On Thursday nt xt, October 2231, 300 Powerful Town Mares and Gelling*, Lurry Horses, Vttuners and Youog Agrioa tural Horses. A selection of genuin* hordes direct from the Farmers in this noted district. Judging 10 30. Sale at 12 o'clock. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Wrexham. z787 PUBLIC NOTICES. MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS. VOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Merioneth will be held in the County Hall at Bala, in thr said County on Tuesday, the 20th day of October, 1914, at 11-30 a.m., when tJiu Grand and Petty Jurors will be called and the Court will proceed to hear and deter, mine all matters brought before the-m ui the following order: 1—In the trial of prisoners. 2—In the hearing of appeals. 3—In hearing motions and in the trans:^ tion of such other business as may be brought befoae the Court. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that a\l Grand and Petty Jurors, all persons "oouid hy recognizance to prase- cute and give evidence or surrender in disi charge of their bail, ajid all appellants, respondents and their witnesses, and all. persons bound oy recognizance in any civil proceeding are to appear and be in attend- ance at the time and place aforesaid. Appeals to be heard ,nu.<;t be entered with! me not later than two o'clock in the after- noon of the day preceding the Sessions. Dated this 28th dny of September, 1914. DAVID BREESE. z695 Clerk of the Peace. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. "PfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Stand, ing Joint Committee of Quarter Sessions and Oftunty Council, under Section 30 of the above Act, will be heVl in the County Rai. Rala, in the said County, on iVecs- day, the 20tli day of October. 191 -1, at the hour of half-past eleven o'clock in the forenoon, when the Committee will pro- ceed to the consideration of the laisinessr relating to the application or management of the County Stock or 'Rate withm the jurisdiction of the Committee under Sok- Section 3 of Section 30 of the said Act. and all persons having a.ny demand against the Committee a.re requested to forward par- ticulars thereof in writing to the County Treasurer at Dolgelley on or before the 17th day of October, 1914. Dated this 28th day of September, 19M. DAVID RREESE, z696 Clerk to the said Committee.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES. I ABERYSTWYTH. ? (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President: Sir JOHN WILLIAMS, Bart., M.D., I G.C.V.O. r Principal: T F. ROBERTS, M.A. (Oxon), LL.D., (Vict.) Students are prepared for Degrees in Arte, Science (including toe applied fccience ot Agriculture), Law, and Music. Sessional Composition Fee in Arts, £12; in Science, £ 16; Registration Fee, L. 1. Men students reside in registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel—Warden: Professor C. R. Chappie, M.A. (Lond.J Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women—Ward^md Miss E. A. Fewings. For full partiesiare respecting the General Arts and Sotenoo Departments, the Law, Agriculture, and Diay Training Departments, the J>eyart- ment for the Training of Secondary Teadbera, and the Hostels, apply to I J. H. DA VIES. M.A.. ^Uctatnr.