Births, Marriage^ and Deaths._ A prepaid charge of Is. 6d. is made for announcements a f Births and Deaths. and 2s. 6dfor Marriage announce- ments under this heading. In all cases the charge must be prepaid. MARRIAGES. GRIFFITHS—HAttK ¥Un Lhe 22nd January, at St. Padarn's, Llanbadarn Fawr, Aberyst- wyth, by the Rev. D. Jones, B.A. (Vicar), Lieutenant Vincent Griffiths, Burry Port, And Phyliis Mary Harry, only daughter of Mr W. D. Harry, iiurry Port, and of the late Mrs. Harrys Abergwawr House, Aberaman, Aberdare. pl2/b DEATHS. DOIDGE.—On January 24th, at Bourneville, Trinity-road, Aberystwyth, Miss Nanc; Doidge, late of Keynsham, Bristol, in lie* ninety-ninth year. pl280 EVANb.-On Wednesday, January 16th, Pte. D. Hubert Evans, Welch Regiment, of pneu- i nia, at Red Barnes Hospital, Redcar, York- t.re, deariy loved son of Mr. and Mrs. wmpton Evans, Queen's-square, Aberyst- wyth, and late of Regent House, Pontypridd. JONES.—January 24th, at Primrose, 14, Port- land-street, Aberystwyth, Catherine Jones, widow of the late Captain James Jones, aged 85 years. pl277 -JONES.—January 22nd" at Brynderw, Dol- gelley, in her ninetieth year, Elizabeth, widow of the late Edward Jones, Ship Hotel, Dol- gelley. No flowers. pl263 JONES.—On the 21st, at Moorhaven, Dous- land, S. Devon, Margaret Jones, aged 83, widow of the Rev. Lewis Jones, Vicar of Cadoxton, Neath, and daughter of the late Griffith Williams, Èsq., Llwyn, Dolgelley. Interment at Waikhampton. pl269 ROBERTS—January 13th, aged 37 years (of heart failure while on sick leave), Lieut. Richard Bowen Roberts, Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry, of Plas Penrhyn, Dwyran, Anglesea, the beloved husband of J. Gertrude Roberts; was interred at Llan- edwen Church with full military honours on the 16th inst. pl264 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Mrs. John Watkins desires to thank all friends for kind sympathy with them in their friends for kind sympathy with them in their bereavement. i
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PREPAID SCALE Bouses to Let. Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. 'Situations Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous- Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. in Ho. of One Three Six Niaa Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions 8. d. d. d. d. 21 13 26 40 50 28 1 9 3 6 5 0 6 0 35 2 3 4 6 6 0 7 0 42 2 9 56 70 80 49 33 66 80 90 IN.B. -If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Musical and other successes 2/6 prepaid not more than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards. Lists of wreaths in funeral reports, 2d a line. In all cases the charges are for cash with order. If not prepaid an extra charge of Is. is made. NOTICE. a, The greatest care is taken to insert advertise- ments on the date and in the position ordered « well as to secure their being correctly printed ut the Proprietors cannot be responsible for tnaccuracies in either of these respects, or for ,any consequences arising therefrom. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt 4neertion of all advertisements and accurate 4olivery to advertisers of replies to their advertisements, but the Proprietors do not Guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in «nv specified week, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure or *n advertisement to appear in any specified week, or at all from any cause whatever. Advertisements and replies are accepted only •abject to the above conditions. SEARCHINC. In consequence of the many requests received for search to be made in our files, we have to state that in future a small fee will be made -.commensurate with the work involved. SITUATIONS VACANT. MEN REQUIRED to be trained as MOTOR- MEN FOR TRAMWAYS, must be ineli- gible for Military Service. Wages commencing 6d. per hour, rising to 7d. plus War Bonus of lid. per hour to single man and 3d. per hour to married man. Time and a quarter paid for Sunday work, and double time for Bank Holi- days. Uniforms provided.-Apply, Rhonuda Tramways Company (Limited), Porth, RHON- DDA. P12261813 STEADY YOUNG GENERAL wanted; two in family; £20. All duties except wash; liberal holidays and outings. 25, Moo^^nd" road, Didsbury. Manchester. pl203/25/l STRONG GIRL Wanted to help m Kitchen and some Housework.—Apply, Miss Maries- Thomas, Somerville School, Aberystwyth. a926 AILORS.-Good Coat or General Hand JL Wanted. Permanency to a suitable man. —Morris and Son, Barmouth. pl233/25/l mo TIMBER FELLERS, 10 Good Men A Wanted to work in Plantation near Aber- ystwyth.—Apply to A. Farley, Contractor, Pontardulais, Glam. pl251/o/^ TREE FELLERS, Labourers, accustomed round timber hauliers (with or without own horses); trees purchased anywhere. C. Jennings and Co., Ltd., Saw Mills, Aberayron. URGENTLY Wanted, 1,000 Qualified Wire- less Operators. We can guarantee situa- tions to our students immediately they qualify; we can accept youths between the ages of 15! and 18. Owing to the new shipping laws we are extending our colleges to help us fill these vacancies; the remuneration is from £100 to 2250 per annum, the operator ranks as an officer.—Apply for prospectus, Wireless Train- ing College, St. Mary Street, Cardiff, and Castle Street, Swansea. WANTED, at once, Housemaid.—State age, I wages, and references, to Lloyd, Wynn- stay Hotel. Machynlleth. pl220/25/l \\7ANTED, at once, Good General, able to TV do plain cooking.—State age, wages, and references to Lloyd, Wynnstay Hotel, Machyn- lleth. pl219/25/l WANTED, a Good General Servant.—Apply, Mrs. Thomas, Hales Green, Llanb^idarn- road, Abervstwvth. pl268/l/2 W ANTED.-A Good Plain Cook, or Cook- W general able to bake.—Apply to Mrs. Bonsall, Fronfraitli, Aberystwyth. pl218/25/l W ANTED.-House-parlourmaid jage from V 20 to 30— Apply to Mrs Parry, Llidiardau, LI anil ar, Aberystwyth. pl221/25/l WANTED.-Cooks, Cook-generals, Parlour- 'V maids, Housemaids, and Generals.—Mrs. Mackenzie, 75, North-parade, Aberystwyth. WANTED, Cook-general and Housemaid- vvaitre^a for February 1st.—Apply, stating age," wages, and experience, also give reference, Lion Hotel. Machynlleth. pl210/25/l ANTED .-Experienced Miners and other W workmen.-Appl) at .he Rheidol Mines. WANTED.—Men as carters and porters, in- eliwible for army.—Apply, Staff Office, L. and N.W. Railway, Queen-street, Wolverhamp- ton. pl231/25/l \\TANTED, a Capable General, immediately. for Carrlifr Welsh-spoken preferred good Adages, no washing; good outings.—Apply, by letter, Mrs. Owen, 5, Colchester-avenue, Penv- IRTI. Cardiff pll93 WANTED—outh or Man for Bread Round and Parcels.—Apply, Manager, Co-opera- tive Stores. 44, Terrace-road. Abervstwvth. WANTED at once, Young Girl, strong and clean, for stillroom work.—Apply, House- keeper, Oakwood Park Hotel, Conwav, North Wales. *P1270/l/2 j SITUATIONS VACANT. \%TAGGONER wanted, 25th March; good cot- j » ▼ tage and garden quite near; 2?s. a week with ex-ras.—Price, Leigh Hail, Minsterley. pl266/8/2 pl266/8/2 WELSH GIRL as General, age ZU to Z5; wages £ 22 to £ 24.-48, Argyle-road, Ealing, W.13. plZbbjlj'Z ANTEI).-Agent for the Cambrian WANTED.—Agent for the Cambrian News in Bow Street village.—Apply, Manager, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. WANTED.—Ploughman-Carter, used to all farm work; permanent job.—J. G. Morris Davies, Hafod Estate Office, Devil's Bridge. s947 W ANTED.-Man (ineligible) and Wife; hus- W band as under-gardener and willing to make himself useful; wife as laundress; good cottage.—Apply, L. G. Williams, Bonvilston, nr. Cardiff. pl237/l/is TO BE LET OR IOLlt. ABERYSTWYTH.—TO be let or sold, Pen- bryn, 55, Marine-terrace. Best position on Promenade. Rent reduced for duration of war to £ 60. Unexpired Corporation Lease 49 years at nominal yearly ground rent, 10s. 6d.— Apply to Rees and Evans, House Agents, Aber- ystwyth. pl261/l/3 AitAiOUTH.-To let or to be sold, im- .aJ mediate possession, Tudor House, con- veniently and pleasantly situated; moderate rent.—Apply, Rhys Jones, Penmount. FOR SALE, Freehold Site and Premises; Wesley an Chapel, Cross-street,—Apply, Boston House, Holyhead. pl254/l/2 HOUSES TO LET, 29 and 31, Portland- Jt-JL street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, Mr. Vigars, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. HOUSE TO LET, 12th May next, Brynteg, Thespian-ostreet, Aberystwyth.—Apply, 15, Terrace-road. a911 I HOUSES TO LET, with immediate possession —No. 9, Queen's-terrace, Aberystwyth. No. 17, Queen's terrace, Aberystwyth. No. 7, Stanley-road; No. 11, Trinity-road; and Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn.—Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aber- ystwyth. a712 TO LET.—St. David's House, 63, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply, James' Stores, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. pl215/5/4 TO LET, Somerset House," Bath- street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, Wilkin- son, 8, North Parade. elul TO LET.—Clovedale Dinas-terrace, Aberyst- wyth, from January 18th; 8 rooms, bath- room, h. and c.; two w.c.'s; garden.—Jones, Vernon, Llandre, Aberystwyth. pll75 15/2 TO BE LET OR SOLD, Pandy, Rhosfarch; about nine acres good land; or in allot- ment portions; near village.—Morgan, Fion, Pennal, Machynlleth. pl259/8/2 TO LET.—Llywel, Loveden-road, Aberyst- wyth, May 12th next; h. and c.; bath room; electric light.—Apply, Jenkins, Castell Brvchan, Aberystwyth. pl217/15/2 TO BE LET OR SOLD.—House and Shop, No. 10, Bank Place, Portmadoc. Rent, JMO and taxes.-Apply, Lieut. O. M. Jones, R.N.R., H.M.S. "Glen Avon," c/o G.P.O. pl238/15/3 TO LET, immediately No. 2, South Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth, containing 3 re- ception rooms, 7 bedrooms, bathroom, w.c. kitchen, butler's pantry, sculleries, etc.—Apply J. Gibson, Old Post Office Chambers, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. a722 TO LET OR SOLD. AEaLEONHOUSE, VICTORIA TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. Facas Sea; 26 Rooms; 2 Bath-Rooms. Suitable for School or Boarding-House. Rent lowered for duration of war. pl234 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS- ABERYSTWYTH NURSING HOME, North Parade. 'Phone, 42. Medical, surgical, maternity and chronic invalids. Terms from 2 gns. Salt baths; massage, chiropody.—Apply Matron. pl278 BERDOVEY.-Cc,mfortable furnished house A-To Let;; 2 Reception Rooms; Kitchen; 3 Bedrooms; W.C.; Bathroom; near sta 'tion, river, golf.—Hughes, Bryncynlas, Aberdovey. pl244/l/2 HOUSE WANTED in Aberystwyth for May. —Full particulars to X.Y.Z., Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. a903 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. ARTIFICIAL TEETH (OLD) BOUGHT up to 7s. per tooth pinned on Vulcanite, 12s. on Silver, 15s. on Gold, i:2 on Platinum. Also highest value given for Old Gold and Silver Jewellery. Any conditioit Cash or offer by return. If offer not acc^ted parcel returned post free. Satisfaction Guaranteed.—S. Cann and Co., 69a, Market-street, Manchester. Es- tablished 1850. BEST PRICES GIVEN for any quantity of Bacon.—Enquiries, Charles Evans, Lam- peter. pl077 COHEN, 35, City-road, Cardiff, buys old gold, silver, and artificial teeth, and antiques. Prynir hen aur, arian, danedd gosod, a hen bethau. pll57 DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvass, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 NOTICE.—All having Houses, Farms, or Land for Sale or Letting should send particulars for insertion in "Cardigan Bay Pro- perty Journal." No commission charged unless business results.—Edwin Blakey, A.A.I., Sur- veyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. pll73/15/3 "V/f"cILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Coper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvass, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 MOLE, Fox, Badger, Otter, Cat and Pole- cat skins. Best prices. Cash by return post. All skins must be stretched and air- dried.—Matthew Hunt, 32/33, Queen-street, London, E.C.4. pl228/8/3 T>ONY WANTED, 12 to 13.2, absolutely quiet, for governess car.—Captain Lewes, Abermaide, Llanfarian, near Aberystwyth. pl261/25/l RABBITS WANTED, 3s. a couple; also Fat Fowls 8s. to 9s. a couple. Potatoes, £ 5»a ton; Swedes 22 a ton.—Randolph Fear, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. a930 SEND YOUR MOLESKINS to the all-British firm. Highest prices paid. All r onies guaranteed.—J. and W. Greatorex, Guilsfield, Welshpool. J.1158 ANTED.-Double-sided Sloping Desk, V V about 12 feet long, fair condition.— Apply, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. WANTED.—Gas Engine, modern type, 8 to 10 h.p.—J. H. Williams and Sons, Engineers and Ironfounders. Portmadoc. n876 WANTED, 8, 10, or 12 h.p. Twin Cylinder Engine, suitable for marine work.—Reply Box 50, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl230 25/1 MOLESKINS.—IV)r large quantities, best quality skins, January to March 75/- per 100.-Gerrai-d Bros., Furriers, EDIN- BURGH. nl236/l/2 £ 1 AAA GUARANTEED.—W anted for I Ministry Munitions, Scrap Lead, | £ 25 ton: Heavy Wrought. Horse Shoes Wheel Bands, j26 5s., carriage paid, Stoke-on-Trent. Top prices given Brass, Copper, Zinc, and other scraps. Motor tyres, etc., Old Bagging, 90s. ton: Mixed through Rags S16 ton; Tailors Wool- len Clips Is lb. Cash same day received. Disused Mortar Mills, Boilers, etc., 85s. ton, delivered Works. Cash; anything purchased.—Thomas Horton, Government Contractor, Merthyr. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. WANTED, Straight and Clean Ash Butts, W lOin quarter girih cup; also oak butts, 12in. quarter gir- cup.—Apply A," Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwytu. pl258/15/2 WANTED, FORD CAR, must be in perfect *V condition. State year, mileage, and lowest cash price, Channing ;rhomas, Llandys- sul. pl257/8/2 WANTED, 5 tons Swedes or Mangolds; also TV 2 tons oat stray, wheat, or mixed.—State lowest price, free on rail, nearest railway station, Jones, 55, Margaret-street, Abercynon. pl265/8/2 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE* SOLD. FOR SALE.—Second-hand Bicycles.—Apply, Thomas and Son, Southgate, Penparke. pl267/25/l FOR SALE.—Shorthorn Calves for rearing. James, Cilwnwg, Felinfoel, Llanelly. al2Q7 FURSk— £ 10 10s. real Black Set, fashionable, wflole skin Tango Stole, and latest round Muff, new this year; ac.L-j,. 2! gns. Approval willingly.-3, Aubert Park, Highbury, London. pll39/l/2 FURS, Black, £ 10 10s. Set Fashionable Whole Skin Tango Stole and latest Round Muff. New this year; accept E2 10s. Approval wil- lingiy.-3, Aubert Park, Highbur*, London. r pl240/8/2 GWLAD FY NHADAU.—Rhodd Cymru i'w Byddin (the Welsh Gift Book, Welsh Edition). Published at 2s. 6d., now offered at I, Is. 6d., post free, Is. lid. Only a few copies to be sold.—S. V. Galloway, 21, Pier-street, I Aberystwyth. a620 HENS which don't lay don't pay. Karswood Harmless Poultry Spice ensures eggs. Packets, 2d., 6d., Is.—Benjamin, Grocer, Castle Stores, Trefechan. pl272/25/l KARSWOOD (Harmless) Spice, containing j ground insects, ensures full egg baskets, 2d., 6d., Is.—E. P. Wynne and Son, 7, Pier- street, Aberystwyth. pl273/8/2 "JV"EW NAMES ACT.—Buy a Rubber 'Stamp and use your usual stationery. Catalogue and samples on receipt of postcard.—"Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. PULLETS laying, 6s. each, 70s. dozen. List 30 breeds free. 12 chicks and mother 20s.—Rnmmell, Stratford, Essex. pl274/19/4 WHEN using waste from hotels, etc., for pigs give Karswood Pig Powders twice wsekly to prevent indigestion or crop sickness. Twelve powders Is.—Davies, Hughes, Medical Hall, Criccieth. P1144 PATRIOTIC MEMORIAL CARDS.-We have PATRIOTIC MEMORIAL CARDS—We have a large selection of altogether new designs at best prices. These are really high-class designs only just issued.—"Cambrian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. only just issued.—"Cambrian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. PURE-BRED Cocks, 7/6 each. The finest layers and birds of the best possible standard only are retained. First Crosses of all the best Crosses can also be supplied: Pullets, first crosses, now laying, 4/6 each, 50/- per doz; Selected Pullets, 5/- each, 60/- per doe.; Un- related Cocks or Cockerels, 5/- each. Special offer-Six. Selected Best Laying Pullets and Un- related Cock properly mated, 30/- the pen.—B. Goodwin, Hammell, Stratford, Essex. pl035 RUBBER STAMPS for all purposes. Date stamps, signatures. All shapes, diamond, oval, etc. Sunday School card stamps, etc. Lowest possible prices.—"Cambrian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. SUT I LADD TYRCHOD. Ysgrifena John Pryce, Maesyme\rch: "Blinid ni acw gan dyrchod, cynyddent bob blwyddyn, fel yr oedd y tir a golwg ddifrifol arno, ac yr oedd arnaf gywilydd ohono; ond olywais fod Mr. Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, wedi dvfeis'.o peth i'w lladd yn ddiLdrafferth iawn. Ei enw ydyw "Molrat," mewn packets Is. 6c. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddais ef yr ol y cyfarwyddyd am ben pryfaid genwair, a rhoddais y rhai hyny yn llwybr y twrch. Ni chododd y twrch mwy. Druggist. n771 SALES BY AUCTION. DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND VAMJERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth FORTHCOMING SALES OF FURNITURE AND OTHER EFFECTS, AT THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. 1918. Monday, February 11th.-49, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth, by instructions of Mrs Capt. Humphreys. Other Important Fixtures will be announced shortly. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS, AUCTIONEERS. a881 Talybont (Cards.). THE NEXT SALE will be held on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, commencing at 12 noon. Excellent Entries OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE AND SHEEP,. DAIRY COWS AND IN- ——————— CALVERS. ——————— Will Farmers kindly notify us of entries in good titne, and please note that all Fat Cat tit. are to be at Llandre Station to be weighed and graded between 9 and 11 a.m. "|ANIEL I. REES and EVANS, AUCTIONEERS. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS have been instructed to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Lion Royal Hotel on Monday, the 18th day of February, 1918, the Valuable Farms called Cefnllwynpiod, Tany- graig, otherwise College Farm, Graigybwlch, and certain fields, all being part of the Aber- maed Estate, in the County of Cardigan. Further particulars will shortly appear. ROBERTS AND EVANS, Solicitors, a957 Aberystwyth. Sales by Mr. John Davies, I AUCTIONEER, BLAENAU FESTINIOG. I COUNTY OF MERIONETH. SALE OF Valuable FREEHOLD FARM known as Tyddyn Rhyddyg, situated in Llanfair and Llanbedr Parishes, and compris- ing 88:k acres or thereabouts, ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1918, at Victoria Hotel, Llanbedr, at 1 o'clock. Full particulars in due course. n913 SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS —— F.A.I Etc. Agricultural & General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land & Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. OFFICES 28, Terrace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABERYSTWYTH also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pl55 MID-WALES HORSE REPOSITORY NEWTOWN. TOP PRICE LAST SALE 128 GUINEAS. I THE NEXT MONTHLY SALE will take place on TUESDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1918, at 11.30 a.m. 96 1 In Prizes. RECORD PRICES ANTICIPATED. Entry Forms and all Particulars from the Auctioneers:— HALL, WATERIDGE and OWEN, COOKE, BROS. and ROBERTS. Offices: High-street, Newtown. n932 New Live Stock Order. NO FAT CATTLE TO BE SOLD PRIVATELY. For the convenience of Farmers, Butchers, and Others, WALTER LLOYD JONES Appointed AUCTIONEER under the Order, will hold Periodical Sales. LLWYNGWRIL.—Monday, 28th January, 1918, at 1 p.m. Cattle and Sheep Will be graded at Llwyngwril on Monday, January 28th at 1 p.m. Entries to be sent to the Auctioneer. by Mon- day morniag. Graders: Mr Morris Evans, I Faeldref, Llanbedr; Mr. Robert Lloyd Williams, Butcher, Barmouth. No commission, weighing charges, Or tolls to be paid by the farmer or Fat Cattle. Entries solicited by the Auctioneer, -WALTER LLOYD JONES.- n953 MR. WALTER LLOYD JONES, Auctioneer and Appraiser, begs to inform the inha^ bitants of Barmouth District that he has taken over the Apartments and House Agency lately conducted so successfully by the late Mr. John Jones, The Library, Barmouth. Enquiries for Properties to be Sold or Let or applications for Apartments will receive prompt and careful attention. Enquiries solicited. No fee charged unless business results. n954 Barmouth and District. I I WALTER LLOYD JONES AUCTIONEER and VALUER, I SALES of Property, Furniture, and Farm Stock conducted on moderate terms and promptly cashed. For terms, etc., apply the Auctioneer, King Edward-street, or Mr. John Roberts, Bipon House. ¡ JOHN GIBSON, (Late" CAMBRIAN NEWS") Aberystwyth. Auctioneer, Appraiser, and House Agent. Sales of every description conducted at REASONABLE CHARGES. Goods bought or advances made tilill sold. Prompt Settlements Agent for The Eagle and British Dominions Insurance Company. The "All-in" Policies. ADDRESS- OLD POST OFFICE CHAMBERS TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. a669 v GILLAUT AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS AND SURVEYORS, MACHYNLLETH. AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground -Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber, etc. undertaken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Trans- fer, Mortgage and other purposes. SURVEYS made and Plans prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected. Property owners advised in regard to the Pro- visional Valuations of their properties under th6 Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and lands to let for Sale by Private Treaty. t960 IMPORTANT TO PARENTS. AVOID WINTER COLDS by giving Cod Liver Oil, Malt and Oil, and Cod Liver Oil Emulsion Obtainable in the best qualities, at lowest possible prices, from R. WILLIAMS, DRUG STORES, BORTH. GUINEA GOLD WEDDING RINGS. AT E. J. MORGAN, JEWELLER AND WATCHMAKER TERRACE RD., ABERYSTWYTH. A handsome present given with every wedding ring. SALES BY AUCTION. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers and Arbitrators. -*—— PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK conducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caersws, Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaes Road, Llanfair Caer- einion, Llanbadarn, Craven Arms, Ludlow, Church Stretton, Knighton, Towyn. Monthly Horse Salea at Montgomeryshire Repository, Welshpool. The most careful attention is given to Sales of Agricultural Stock, Estate and House Pro- perty, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. c821 — — Towyn Stock Sale. NEXT SALE Tuesday, February 5th. Fat,Store, & Dairy Cattle ALSO Fat and Store Sheep. Further entries solicited to Mr. G. D. Williams, Penllyn, Towyn; or jyjORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE, Auctioneers, Chirbury, Salop. a950 MONTGOMERYSHIRE HORSE REPOSITORY, WELSHPOOL. Upwards of £50 in Prizes. NEXT SALE-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, 1918. Early Entries Solicited. Special Demand for High-Class and Valuable Horses. In order to assure receipt of Permit in time for sale, vendors are advised to apply for same as early as possible. Entry Forms and Prize List upon application to CAVES and MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, Auctioneers, Welshpool. a957 SALUTATION HOTEL, NEWCASTLE EMLYN IMPORTANT CLEAR-OUT SALE. MESSRS. J. HOWELL THOMAS AND SON have received instructions from the Pro- prietors (who have sold the Hotel), to Sell by Auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY, 1st FEBRUARY, 1918, the Whole of the Valuable Wines, Spirits, and Other Stock-in- Trade Comprising 35 dozen Old Scotch Whiskey, of different brands; 4 dozen John Jameson, and Dunville's Old Irish Whiskey, 7 dozen Old Jamaica Rum, 4 dozen London Gin, 21 dozen Holland's Gin (De-Kyper), Cask of Sherry, 13), gallons, unopened; 8 dozen Old Port (Cock- burn's), Is dozen Cockburn Shipping Port, 2 dozen Brandy, Hennessey's, Longenek, 1 dozen Sparkling Burgundy, 1 dozen Sparkling Moselle, ii dozen Champagne, also several old bottles of the following—Angostura Bitters, Curacoe Byrrh, Vermouth, Orange Bitters, Peppermint, Chartreuse, Creme-de-ment-he, etc., etc., also the following Trade Furniture, etc., 4 Round Smoking Tables, 8 Smoke Room Chairs, 2 Patent Cork Drawers, a. quantity of Pewter Pints, Half-pints, and Spirit Measures, 7 Patent Spirit Measures to fix on the Bottles, National Cash Register, to register up to £10. in perfect order; several gross of Glasses, including Cham- pagne, Liqueur, Port, Sherry, Tumblers, etc., and a large quantity of Empty Bottles of all sorts, several Boxes of Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco, etc.; also a Landau, 2 Broughams, Waggonette, Hearse, Luggage Lorry, and a Station Bus, and a very large quantity ot Single and Double Harness, Saddlery, etc. Sale at 1 o'clock punctually. Terms—Cash. N.B.—The sale of the whole of the Valuable Household Furniture Billiard Table, and the whole of the Contents of the above well- furnished Hotel, will be sold by Auction on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, February 13th and 14th, full particulars of which will duly appear. Auctioneers' Office, Carmarthen, January 16th, 1918. s949 < KINGSTON-JONES, Professor of Elocution (Gold Medallist). ENTERTAINER Whole Evenings g ven by self, 2i hours—Welsh and English. Send for Press Notices and Testi- monials, also Specimen Programmes. 27, CLIFTON ROAD EAST, pl030 TUEBROOK, LIVERPOOL. HOTEL GWALIA Upper Woburn Place, LONDON, W-C-, CENTRALLY SITUATED, within 5 minutes walk of Euston Station and 20 minutes' from Paddington Station by under- ground to Gower-street Station. 130 ROOMS. LUXURIOUSLY FURNISHED. Passenger Lift to all floors. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attendance 6s. each person. Telegraphic address: "Gwaliatel, London." Telephone: City 5010 add 5011.. n734 Manag'ng Director: JOHN JENKINS. NEW ST. DAVID'S HOTEL, HARLECH.. Close to famous Links and Seashore, 1 Garage, Inspection Pit, Stables. Billiards, Excellent Cuisine. Write for descriptive booklet. FINEST SEA and MOUNTAIN VIEWS. Dancing Classes. MISS DORIS EVANS, U.C.W.. Will resume her Juvenile Dancing Classes at the Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth, commencing Wednesday, January 16th. t. Pupils taken from 7 to 18 years of age. Full particulars, apply to 7, Brynmor-terrace. 1214/25/1 SALES BY AUCTION. MR. JOHN PUGH, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act Undertakes Sales of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, etc. upon reasonable terms. Strict attention given to all business and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thursdays and by appointment on any other day. Offices- Aberystwyth Great Darkgate st. AVONDALE, ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MR. JOHN PUGH has been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Owen, to Sell by Public Auction at the Skating Rink,. On MONDAY and TUESDAY, January 28th and 29th, 1918, The whole of the contents of 4 Reception Rooms, 22 Bedrooms. Kitchen, and Out Offices, Comprising Oak, Walnut, and other Sideboards, Oak Dinner Waggons, Walnut Suite (9 pieces, in leather), Mahogany Telescope Dining Table, Deal Tables, Mahogany Cheffonier, Mahogany and other Coal Vases, Occasional and Bentwood Chairs, Sutherland and other Tables, Marble Clocks, Bronze and other Figures, Oil Paintings, Engravings, Chinese and other Vases, Brass Curb and Irons, Fatherland Card Table, Pianos Three-fold Screens, Walnut Oval and other Tables, Drawing Room Suites in Saddlebag and Crimson Velvet, Marble Top Round Table, Over- mantels, Old China, Massive Brass Bedsteads, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Springs, Hair and Wool Overlays, Sheets, Blankets, Counterpanes, Eiderdowns, Feather Beds, Bolsters, Pillows, Suites in various Woods-Odd Wardrobes, Dress- ing Chests, Washstands, Mahogany and other Chests of Drawers, Commodes, Towel Rails, Bedroom Chairs, Toilet Sets, Blinds, Curtains, Poles, Knife Machines, Deal Kitchen Tables, Deal Dresser and Cupboard, Silver, Copper Stew Pan, Mangle (equal to new), Carpet Sweeper and Broom, Meat Covers, Kitchen TTtensils, Garden Seats, etc., etc. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. Terms-Cash. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer. PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE Re MARY JAMES, Deceased. A LL PERSONS having Claims against the Estate of Mrs. Mary James, late of No. 1, Maglona Villas, Machynlleth, deceased, who died on the 10th day of January, 1918, are re- quested to send detailed particulars thereof forthwith to the undersigned. Dated this 23rd dav of January, 1918. EDMUND. GILLART, Machynlleth, n955 Solicitor for the Executors. ABERYSTWYTH WAR SERVICE COMMITTEE. A GRAND AMATEUR Dramatic Entertainment In aid of the Comforts Fund of above, will be held at the COLISEUM, On THURSDAY, JANUARY 31st, 1918. "The Cricket on the Hearth" and "Snowed up With a Duchess" will be performed. Orchestra, conducted by Mr. G. Stephen Evans, A.R.C.O. Doors open 7-0 p.m.: to commence 7-30. Reserved Seats, 3s.; Other Seats, 2s. and Is. No Tax. a952 OL k THE OINEMA ABERYSTWYTH. Proprietor and Manager A, Cheetham Nightly at 6-30 and 8-30. MATINEES Mondays: and Saturdays at. 3 Wet Afternoons at 3. Our best advertisement is our own Screen, For Pictures and Projection. Good Wine needs no Bush. Programmes Changed Mondays & Thursday THE FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Great Darkgate Street, BEST VALUE IN FURNITURE JT T.:mwis CABINET MANUFACTURER. UPHOLSTERER, AND UNDERTAKER 3egs to inform the public that he has afways a large Stock ofFuruiture, &c., made on the premises WANTED For Munition Purposes, SCRAP IRON, STEEL AND OLD METALS. Obsolete Plant of every description. ITHO. W. WARD Ltd. j Albion Works, Sheffield. Phone 321 (8 lines. T, A, I?or ward." d728 THE LATE Sir John Gibsoiiss Sermon A GREATER FAITH THAN IS ——— HELD ItCCREEDS." ——— Delivered at SOUTH PLACE CHAPEL, LONDON, June 6th, 1886. Price, 2d. Post free, 3d., from "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. To POULTRY KEEPERS. GIVE YOUR HENS SPICK GRIT The New Shell Grit. Sold by all Corn Dealers. Write for samples and name and Address of nearest Agent. QOLS MASCFACTUREBS: LIVERINE LIMITED, GRIMSBY PUBLIC NOTICES. ABERYSTWYTH DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. SMAiin H?LD?RSi • re<Juirin2: assistance to .pply PJSif4cfv,to thek E. R. DAVIES, Local Secretary, Kori 28, Great Darkgate-street, 4 Aberystwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. T^arMERS are hereby warned that no rio-Vnr who are also occupiers of land are anv co"ect horses for A™w «948 D' J' MORGAN, secretary. T*W^SCtCIATED BOARD, R-A.M. and Pat- w" Local Examinations in Music. HlS M.ajesty the KING. Honorary Local Representative for Aberystwyth: J HI Davies, Esq Registrar, University College > Wales. Local Centre Examinations, Syllabus A: M.a-rch and November. Practical— March-April. Entries close Februarv 6th (or with extra fee, February 14th).' School Examinations, Syllabus B. March-April, June-July, and October-November. Entries close January 30th (or, with extra fee, February 7th) SYLLABUSES A and B can be obtained post free from the Honorary Local Representa- tive, as above, or from THE SECRETARY, 15 Bedford-square, London, W.C. 1. a946 CARDIGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY. fpHE VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM known as TANGRAIG (Abermaed), consisting of 188 acres, or thereabout. The Farm has for several years been in the occupation of the University College of Wales as an Experimental Farm and for Demonstration Purposes, and the Farm is in a high state of cultivation. The Buildings are extensive and modern and are in excellent repair. Also the DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM v called CEFNLLWYNPIOD, in the Parish of Llanilar containing 141 acres, or thereabouts, in the occupation of Mr. Isaac Jones. The Build- ings on this Farm are in excellent order. For particulars apply to Messrs. Roberta and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. s806 CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. TXT ANTED. Certificated Head Teachers at ▼ » the undermentioned Schools :— Llanddewi Aberarth Council School. Llandyssul Church of England School. Penuwch Council School. Salary in each case:- Man JE95 to E110 with a minimum war bonus of o Woman. £ 85 to P,100 — with a minimum war bonus of £10. The question of salaries is under considera- tion, and an improved scale will come into operation as from the 1st April next. Applications, on f-orrnw-0 be obtained from the undersigned, on receipt of a stamped addressed foolscap envelope, should be accom- panied by three recent testimonials, and should reach me on or before Wednesday, the 30th January, 1918. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Education, January Uth. 1918. THE COUNTIES ANGLESEY, CARNARVON, MERIONETH, DENBIGH, FLINT MONTGOMERY. < CONCENTRATED CATTLE FEEDING STUFFS. PRIORITY FOR "DAIRY COWS. "CHARMERS requiring Concentrated Cattle u Feeding Stuffs for Dairv Cows should make written application to the Undersigned Supplies"—1^ Certificate to obtain Emergency The application should state:— (1) The number of cows in milk. (2) Whether the cows are kept under rural or urban conditions. (3) The quantity of Concentrated Cattle Feeding Stuffs the applicant has on hand. (4) Full particulars of the quantity and description of Concentrated. Cattle Feeding Stuffs required for a period of four weeks. Only the amount abso- lutely necessary should be asked for. NOTE.—Concentrated Cattle Feeding "Stuffs include:—Cattle Feeding Cakes and Meals, Millers' Offals. Barley Offals, Oat Offals, Malt Culms, Kiln Dust, Brewers' and Distillers' Grains, and Maize By-products; but does not include any of such feeding stuffs which are suitable for human food. Apply:- THE AREA LIVE STOCK COMMISSIONER, PENRHYN ROAD, n900 COLWYN BAY. A North Wales Cotmties Efficiency Test Meeting For Women Lan Workers will be held On THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 7th, 1918 at Llewerllyd Farm, RSiuddlan, by kind per- mission of Mr. W. Snelson. Competitions wlli be held in the following Classes, and prizes awarded to the winners:— 1. Milking. Open to North Wales. The judging in this class will be done in the first instance in the competitors own counties and the five best milkers from each county will be eligible only for the final test. 2.. Horse Ploughing. Open to North Wales. 3. Horse Ploughing. Open class. 4. Tractor Ploughing. Open class. 5. Waggoners' test. Open to North Wales, consisting of: Harnessing, yoking, and driving single horse in a four wheeled waggon. 6. Hedge trimming. Open to North Wales. Each competitor must provide her own tools and must trim six yards of a fence both sides. Time allowed, one hour. 7. Thatching. Open class. 8. Trenching and digging. Open to North Wales. 9. Pruning fruit trees. Open to North Wales. Unless there are three competitors in any one class, that particular competition will not be held. PLEASE KEEP THIS DATE FREE. Entry forms may be obtained from:- Miss Lumley, Exchange Buildings, Newtown, Organizing Secretary for Montgomeryshire. Miss R. Jones, Free Librarv, Wrexham, Organizing Secretary for Denbighshire. Miss Meredith. Waterloo Chambers, Dol- gelley, Organizing Secretary for Merioneth and South Carnarvon. Miss Mathews, Tanyfynwent Offices. Bangor, Organizing Secretary for Anglesea and North Carnarvon. Miss Lyke, Bank Buildings, Mold, Organizing Secretary for Flintshire. er Entries must reach the Organizing Secre- taries not later than January 29th. Admission to ground, 6d. Hon. Secretary, Mrs. DAVIES-COOKE, n919 Gwysaney, MOLD. I