Births, Marriages and Deaths. r-- A pePaid charge of Is. 6d. is made for announcements Births and Deaths (z"a verse is added the charge it 2r. 6d. more according to length), and 2s. 6d./or Marriage -announcements under this heading. In all ceues the charge must lJe prçpaÙI. BIRTHS. JIORGAN .—On the 18th inst., at Isfryn, Llandre, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Latimer Morgan, a daughter. pl816. MARRIACES. BEN,-SON--STI DWI LL. -On Saturday, i May 18th, 1918, at St. George's Parish Church, Bickley, Kent, by the Rev. Canon Carroll, M.A., Ewart Charles, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benson, of Aberystwyth, to Gertrude Harriett, fourth daughter of Mr. Philip Stidwill, of Bickley, Kent. pl802 DEATHS. DA VIES.On May 7th, at 2, Dunraven-terrace, Treorcky, Anna Louisa Davies, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, Berthrees, ntar Aberystwyth. pl803 EV ANS.-Ma;v 24th, at 5, Mount Pleasant, Dolgelley, Laura, widow of the late Hugh Evans, Vaeldre, Dyffryn, Merioneth. pl817 IN MEMORIAM. HUMPHREYS.—In ever-loving memory of our dear son, A.B. David Williams, killed in action, Jutland Battle, May 31st, 191b. "Asleep in the Deep." Father, Mother, Sisters, Brothers. Station House, Harlech. pl824 In loving memory of a dear husband and father John Edmunds, who passed away June 2nd, 1917. He sleeps not in his native land But 'neath a foreign sky; Far from those he loved so well, And in a lonely grave he lies." In life we loved him very dear In death we do the same. Ever remembered by sorrowing wife and children, Madoc-street, Portmadoc pl900 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Mr Rhvs Jones and. family, of Myrddin House, Rheidol-terrace, Aberystwyth, beg to tender their heartfelt thanks for all kindness and sympathy received in their very sad bereave- ment.
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PREPAID SCALE. Bouses to Let. Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant. Apartments to be Let, Miscellaneous Wanted. Articlp Lost and Found. No. of On* Three Six Nine Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions s. d. s. d. ad. 8. d. 21 13 26 40 50 !8 19 36 BO 60 85 23 46 60 70 42 2 9 5 6 70 80 49 3 3 6 6 SO 90 F.D.-If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. Wedding presents, 2d. » line. Mukea and other successes 2/6 prepaid not aoore 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 la. is NOTICE. 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 but the Proprietors cannot be responsible for imaccuracies in either of these respects, or for say consequences arising therefrom.. Every care Is taken to ensure the prompt vfluertion of all advertisements and accurate delivery to advertisers of replies to their Advertisements, but the Proprietors do not guarantee the insertion of an advertisement in fuj specified week, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of an advertisement to appear in any specified greek, or at all from any cause whatever. Advertisements and replies are accepted only subject to the above conditions. SEARCHINC. In consequence of the many requests received for search to be made in our files, we have to otate that in future a small fee will be made commensurate with the work involved. LOST AND FOUND. OST.-Between Aberystwyth and Rheidol i-J Palls a Wallet containing a Bank of England Note and Treasury Notes. Finder, on bringing same to Police Station, Aberyst- wyth, will be handsomely rewarded. p17921 MAE DEFAID ag OEN dieithr ar dir Llwyn- gronw, Penrhyncoch, ai Mis Mawrth. Bwlch tri toriad ar war un ag o dan y l'all. Os na arddelir mewn tair wythnos gwerthir i dalu costau. pl807 w, 861WTIONS VACANT. BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.—Wanted experienced Lady Shop Assistants. age experience, salary required, Bendall's illa Cross, Birmingham pl <93 DRAPERY.—Wanted Experienced Young Ladies; state salary, etc. Full particulars first letter. L-Lewis Beynon, Pembroke. pl762 GARDENER wanted (male or female).— Apply, David Jenkins, Glannant, Porth, South Wales. GENERAL Wanted for Hotel, to assist *n kitchen; cook and scullery maid kept. Wages, 10s. weekly; reference required.-Box 311 "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl758 PROBATIONERS Wanted (3) Civil and Aux- iliary Military Hospital; 54 beds.—Ap- ply, stating age, Matron, Montgomery County Hospital, Newtown, N.W. pl690 GOOD Cook-General Wanted; plan cooking, able to bake, or willing to learn; age 36- 40; or Young Girl about 18; two Maids kept.— Apply, Mrs. Davies, Dragon Hotel, ^ont- TTT^L'LlERS WANTED.—With own teams, to JUL haul Pit Props to station; constant wofk. —Apply, Box 306, Cambrian News Office, TVRINTING.—Good All-round JOBBING COM- i POSITOR WANTED. Good wages. Perm- ency .-Apply. E. Williams, Printer and Sta- tioner, The Cross, Mold. pl754 PRINTING.—Letterpress Machinemen, N.S., ineligible, 55s., constant.—Winstanley, 26, Cable-street, Liverpool. pl815 TREE FELLERS, Labourers, accustomed round timber, hauliers (with o* without* own horses), various counties; trees purchased anywhere. -C. Jennings and Co., Limited, Peny- well-road, Bristol..Pp TAILORS.-Wanted Experienced, Steady Coat Hand constant work good log paid with bonus.-Apply, Griffiths and Griffiths, Com- merce House, Llanidloes. pl556 fflREE FELLERS, Labourers, accustomed 'JL round timber hauliers (with or without own horses); trees purchased anywhere. C. Jennings and Co., Ltd., Saw Mills, Aberayron. ERYRGENTLY Wanted. 1,000 Qualified Wire- fU leas Operators. We can guarantee actua- tions to our students immediately they qualify we can aocept youths between the ages of 15i .and 18. Owing to the new shipping laws we are extending our colleges to help u. fill these Taoancies; the remuneration is from £100 to £250 per annum, the operator ranks as an officer.—Apply for prospectus, Wireless Train- Ing College, St. Mary Street. Cardiff, and Castle Street, Swansea. W\NTED —An apnrentice to the drapery trade.- Apply Howell, Aberystwyth. pl806 WANTED, Good Plain Cook. Baking re- quired. Country .-Apply, M>-s. Parry, 50. Marine-terrace, Abervstwvth. pl795 WANTED, immediately, a good Chamber- maid: also strons kitchenmaid.—Apply, Lion Roval Hotel, Abewstwytn. pl821 WT ANTED.—Un d e r- bm mh y m a id comfon- v v HN" situation: good .-Apply, Mrs. Vaughan. Xnnnau, Dolgelley. pl810 WANTED.—House-parlourmaid, experienced. TV —Miss Pox, Marian. Rumney. Cardiff. pl809 WA NT K D .—A Ho usema i d w a i tress.—Apnlv. Mr* Pross Ynvshir Hall. Glandvfi. ,pl8C0 WANTED, at once, for a well-known ▼ T drap-rv estaWisliiNenl in North Wales, experienced hands for the millinery and dress- making workrooms: also improvers for dress-, making and milli nery.-A ppiv. with particu- lars and references. Mrs. Wallis Thornas, Registry Office. Pwllheli. nIS90 -TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WANTED.—A respectable vouth as an apprentice to the dranery trade. Apply, Rowland Morgan, London ID1813 Ð181Z SMATIONS VACANT. VTTTANTED, a Sharp Errand Boy.-Apply, I T f Samuel, Grocer, Northgate-street, Aber- ystwyth. pl760 GROCERY AND PROVISIONS. WANTED Assistant, ineligible, also Young Lady, with experience.—Apply, G. M. Arthur, Machynlleth. pl770 WANTED, a Vanman.—M, A. Jones, 10, Bridge-street. Aberystwyth. pl771 WANTED AT ONCE, Cooks, Cooks-General, and Housemaid Waitresses.—Apply. Mrs. C. Abel Jones, Registry for Servants, Princess- street, Aberystwyth. pl775 WAITRESS Wanted with some experience, to assist in coffee room. Age about 20. Reference.—Corbett Hotel, Towyn-on-Sea, North Wales. pl759 WANTED, Boy about 16 used to horses and gardening; live in good home; reference required.—Apply, Poole, 119, Malpas-road, Newport. pl768 WANTED, immediately and for May, ex- perienced cooks-general, housemaids, house maid waitresses, and waitresses to fill superior posts. None without reference need apply.-Mrs Wallis Thomas, Registry Office, Pwllheli. pl589 WANTED*.—Strong General; also Kitchen- maid.—Apply, Manager, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth. p2085 ANTED.-Good General.—Apply, Mrs. J. W E. Hughes, 1, Great Darkgate-st., Aber- ystwyth. P1782 WANTED.—A Clean General, pood wages for a trustworthy girl. P"?°~ences.—Ap- ply, Mrs. Howell, 2, Tydvil Piace, iJoaili Park, Cardiff. pl780 WANTED.—Good General Servant for pri- vate house: two in family—Apply, Glen Rosa, Aberystwyth. pl793 WANTED.—General Servant. Wages, £ 22 to £ 28.—Jones, Eryl Daf, Radyr, Cardiff. pl744 WANTED, June 17th, a good Plain Cook.— Apply, Mrs. Dr. Wood, Llanbedr, S.O., Merioneth. pl798 WANTED, good Hoiisemaid-waitress.- T T Royal Goat Hotel, Beudgelert. pl823 WANTED.—Experienced1 Cook; alsog Cook- V generals, Housemaids, Nurses, Between- maids, and Kitchen-maids. Excellent situa- tions.—Apply, immediately, enclosing refer- ences, to Mrs. R. A. Jones, Registry Office, 8 Penlan-street, Pwllheli. pl822 WANTED, Waitress and Housemaids; good references.—Apply, Miss Sheen, Hotel Pla-s Winton, Llandrindod Wells. pl729 WANTED at once, thoroughly experienced Dressmaker; give fullest particulars first letter.—Apply, Bevan's, Drapers, The Circle, Twedegar. pl695 WANTED for the Country, Good Head TV Houpe#nAid.-Mrs. Lewes, Abermaide, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. pl674 EX SOlDIEftS SEEK WORK- WANTED, by Discharged Soldier, light em- ployment, outside work essential; used to horses; experienced roundsman; age, 36; know- ledge gardening and poultry. Abstainer, good references.—H. Ruddick. 9, Sandilands-road, Fulham, London, S.W. 6. A SITUATIONS WANTED. •PiTANTED situation as Plain Cook.—Apply v v E. Williams, Penybont Cottage, Rhydy- felin. pl825 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. BARMOUTH.—Apartments or Board) Resi- dence tjysst position; highest references. Bath, hot and cold. Goo.d cooking and attend- ance. Magnificent views. Cader and Bay.- O'Farrell, Porkington, Barmouth. pl8ul COMFORTABLE, Homely Apartments, or c Share House. Central position. Modern conveniences. Terms on application.-Box 310, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl757 IF YOU WANT VISITORS FROM SO u Til WALES advertise in Brecon and Radnor Express" series.—One insertion, 14 words, 9d.; 22, Is.; three insertions, Is. 9d. and 2s.— "Express" Office, Brecon. pl819 TO LET, Furnished Villa, charmingly situated, overlooking mountains and valley; half an hour from Aberystwyth. Long or short period. —Apply, Box 315, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. WANTED, unfurnished, 6-Room Detached Country Cottage, with garden, neighbour- hood of Aberdovey or Machynlleth.—Particu- lars, Box 304, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. TO BE LET OR SOLD. ABERYSTWYTH.—TO LET, Somerset House, A Bath-street; moderate rent.—Apply, G. Wilkinson and Son, Fruiterers, North-parade. BARMOUTH.-To let or to be sold, im-. mediate possession, Tudor House, con- veniently and pleasantly situated; moderate rent.—Apply, Rhys Jones, Penmount. BORTH.—To be sold, cheap, abolit 200 chairs, one dozen Benches, all in good order.— Apply, Rees, Taliesin House, Borth. pl816 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate possession JjL Nos. 9 and 19, Queen's-»>errace, Aberyst- wvth; and Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold, Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, AbeFystwyth. HOUSE TO LET, 12th May next, Brynteg, Thespian-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, 15, Terrace-road. a911 HOUSE GARDEN and Orchard TO LET; 7 Rooms, near The Waen, in Cwmpadarn; Sunny and quiet.—Apply, Henry Bonsall, Peny- dibyn, Llanbadarn. plTol TO BE LET, 3 Lock-up Shops called BRYN- AWEL, TOWYN, in a prominent position, opposite the Railway Station.—Apply, T. W. Powell, Aberystwyth; or R. Ll. Lewis, Porth- gwyn, Towyn. pl773 mo BE LET OR SOLD, Freehold Cottages at JL Llanbadarn, with good gardens.—Apply, 4, St. Minhael's-place, Aberystwyth. pl399 TO LET.—Shop and Store Room, No. 57, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth — Applv, David Roberts and Sons, Ltd., Brewers, Aberystwyth. R TO BE SOLD, Cloverdale, Dmas-terrace, 8 Rooms; bathroom, h. and c.: 2 W.O.s; garden; long lease—Jones. Vernon, Elandte, Aberystwytb. p TALYBONT, CARDIGANSHIRE. TO BE SOLD, 4 Tvrrel-place, House and Shop Good Garden; Leasehold. — Apply, Thomas, 1, Aelybrvn. Fochriw near Pont- iottyn. ABERYSTWYTH. ? TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, owing to illhealth, Hotel Brvnawel. First Class Private Residential Hotel (Freehold); overlook- ing Sea and Castle. Splendid connection. To be Sold as a going concern or ot)-ierwise.-Appl.v, D. G. Parry, proprietor. pl785 TO BE LET OR SOLI). CAERLEOH HOUSE, VICTORIA TERRACE, ABERYSTWYTH. Faces Sea; 26 Rooms; 2 Bath-Rooms. '-Suitable for School or Boarding-House. Rent lowered for the duration of war. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. BICYCLE. Lady's. Wanted 21 inch; must ba in good condition.—Davies-Hughes, Cnc- cieth. pl790 CHIROPODY.—Don't let your feet trouble c you, have them attended to by a "Foot Specialist" for aU foot ailments, corns, bunions, etc., etc. By appointment only.—D. Williams, "The Chiropodist," 3, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. pl290 CHARLES JENKINS AND SON, Timber Merchants, Porth, South Wales, are open to buy large quantities of Ash Timber.-Please communicate to above address. pl742 DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron. Copper. Brass. Lead, Zinc, Femp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvass. Pewter. Horse Hair. Hare and Rabbit Skins. Rags, etc. Best cash prices eivn. j477 FALSE TEETH BOUGHT.—Full value by return, or offer made; or write for Free Booklet, which explains clearly the value of any artificial teeth.—E. Lewis, 29, London- street, Southport, Lancashire. pl653 FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Etc.—Messrs. JT S. Aston and Son, Ltd. Castle-square, Carnarvon, arp prepared to purchase large or small quantities of Furniture, Bedsteads, and other household effects. Highest prices g'ven. P1805 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. clLQUHAM £ >, Aberystwyth, want Wrought i-v-L and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Coper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's 'Canvass, etc. ooocr prices given, any quantity. h830 IITWUOD.-Wanted Larch or Hardwood Pit- wood, for cash. State quality, quantity, and price on rail.—Montague Harris, F.A.I., Abergavenny. pl656 SPHAGNUM- MOSS purchased for use in Hospitals for the Wounded. Good prices given. Help forward a new British in- dustry.—Apply for details, W. Martindale. Manufacturing Chemist, 10, New Cavendish- street, London. pl827 SMALL PIANO and MUSIC BUSINESS WANTED.—Advertiser wishes to purchase a small but good, sound, well-established' business; must be a paying concern; to bear strictest investigation.—Apply, Box 317, Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. pl812 TIMBER Plantations, etc., Wanted. D. James Thomas and Co., Colliery Agents and Tim- ber Merchants, Pontarcfulais, invite offers of timber plantations as well as timber delivered into trucks in any district. Write without delay. pl751 TO FARMERS, GAMEKEEPERS, and others. —1 am open to make contracts for next season for Trapped and Snared Rabbits, I will find hampers and pay carriage; 3s. 7d. per couple delivered at nearest railway station. Will also pay 2s. 3d. per couple and catch them myself where there is large quantities.—Apply, Clemmet, Corporation-street, Bolton. Refer- ence Parr's Bank, Bolton. pl664 WANTED, small Governess Car and Har- ness for pony, 12 hands.—F. Kingston, Penmaenucha, Dolgelley. pl797 WANTED to HIRE piano for the season; private house.—Box 316, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl811 WANTED, a sifiall dairy of Milk.—Farn- worth Co-operative Society, 148, Market- street, Farnworth, near Bolton. pl734 WANTED.—Rotary Postcard Stand. Must be cheap.—Apply, D. R. Evans and Co., Bridge Press, Lampeter. WANTED.—Slate Quarry Plant, Machinery, and Rails.—Kayley, Queen-street, Ardwick, Manchester. pl476 ANTED.-Native Round TIMBER, hard TV and soft woods, price free on rails, 10 inches and larger diameter at small end. Prompt cash.—Southern and Darwent, Ltd, Knot Mill, Manchester. pl626 WANTED—All kinds of Colliery Plant.— Kayley, Queen-street, Ardwick, Man- chester. pl477 WANTED.—Lead Mining Plant and Mach- inery.—Kayley, Queen-street, Ardwick, Manchester. pl475 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE, some ten sacks full of small cardboard boxes in good condition, which have been used for packing fancy goods suitable for toy manufacturers.—Apply to Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. FOR SALE, Victoria, Phaeton, Harness, Chaff- cutter, Lamps, Rues, etc., in good condi- tion; also Stable Utensils.—John Morris, Tan- rallt, Barmouth. pl750 FOR SALE, Victoria Invalid Carriage (Maple), good condition.—Apply, Box 318, "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl818 FOR SALE.—Shorthorn Calves for rearing. James, Cilwnwg, Felinfoel, Llanelly. al207 LEARN SHORTHAND—All Pitman's Short- hand books; exercise books, special pens md pencils at the "Cambrian News" Stores. Any book supplied by post immediately on re- ceipt of order. No waiting. LICENSED VICTUALLERS* spirit stock Book. Just what is required to comply with the regulations; 2s., or postage extra, from "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth, or at Lam- peter, Messrs. D. R. Evans and Co. OFFICERS' Khaki *Waterproof Coats, invalu- 0 able for country work, national service, farmling, etc., 4/6-6/6; Khaki Shirts, collar attached 2/-2/6 White Woollen Sweaters, 5/ —Stores, 27, Castle-street, Merthyr. pl704 PATRIOTIC MEMORIAL CARDS.—We have JL a large selection of altogether new designs at best prices. These are really high-clase designs only just issued.—"Cambrian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. PULLETS laying, 10s. 6d. each, £ 6 dozen, ducks same price, 12 Chicks and mother 30s., stamp list.—B. Goodwin, Hum- mell, Stratford, E.15, Essex. pl687 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. REGISTRATION FORMS for Hotels, 2s. 3d. a 100; postage extra.—Messrs "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. OOQ MADE BY £ 5.—For fuller particulars as to how small amounts may earn large profits, apply, Graham, Marsh, and Co., 240, High Holborn, London. pl72 PALESTINE POSTCARDS.—Real photo- graphic reproductions of the Holy Land, invaluable for Sui day Schoolteachers. Coloured views, only Id. each at the Cambrian News Stores. £ 1 OOO GUARANTEED—Wanted for Ministry Munitions.—Scx'ap Lead, £ 25; Heavy Wrought, Horse Shoes, Wheel Bands, £ 6; Steel, B5 ton. Top price Brass, Copper. Zinc, Electric Battery Plates, Disused Portable Boilers, Mortar Mills, Through Mixed Rags, Tailors' Woollen Clips, Is. 2d. per lb. Buyers Broken Glass, Crushed Corned Beef Tins, 4-Ton lots, Horse Fat and Bones. Through Rabbit Skins, 6s. dozen: Old Bagging, 100s. ton. Also Motor Tyres, Paper, etc. Anything I purchased.—Thomas Horton, Merthyr. pi724 SUT I LADD TYRCHOD. Ysgrifena John Pryce, Maesymeirch: "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 dyfeisio peth i'w lladd yn ddiLdrafferth iawn. Ei enw ydyw "Moirat," mewn packets Is. 6c. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddais ef yn ol y cyfarwyddyd am ben pryfaid genwair, a rhoddais y rhai hyny yn llwybr y twrcb. Ni chododrl y twrch rowy. Druggist. n771 -.L- SALES BY AUCTION. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS F.A.1 FCSTC. Agricultural & General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, L*nd & Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. OFFICES 28, Terrace Road (Old Post Office Chambers). Telephone 3. ABERYSTWYTH aIso lit, Neyrtown and Llanidloes. pl55 MID-WALES TTORSE P EPOSITORY, NEWTOWN. 11 Xl> June Prize Sale. £ 50 in Prizes.- TUESDAY, JUNE 25th, 1918. Entries now received. HALL, WATERTDGE. and OWEN. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS, Auctioneers. Offices: Newtown. n4030 PUBLIC NOTICES- MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Merioneth County Council will be held at the County Hall, Dolgelley, on Thursday, the 6th day of June, 1918, at 11 a.m., and the Council will there- upon proceed to the consideration of the busi- ness relating to the Assessment, Application, and Management of the County Stock or Rate, and all other County business pursuant to the 15 and 16 Vict., cap 81. Dated this 14th day of May; 1918. DAVID-BREESE, n4060 Clerk to the Council. t -.B .roy-i*vr "—-— SALES BY AUCTION. DAMIEjL X REES & E VAIffS GENERAL AUOTI^SUSKRS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND HitATB AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth Llanilar Mart. MESSRS. DANISM 1. REES AND EVANS 4 and Mr E -It. DAVIES will hold their next Sale, as above, on SATURDA Y, JUNE 1st, When a good nu'mbe- of Dairy and Store Cati!e, Ewes and Lambs, etc., vill be offered. Further entries are solicited and may be sent to either of the AUltioneers". Sale to commence tt 12-30. a4050 Sale Cancelled. OWING to unforeseen circumstances we regret we areotiliged to cancel the Sale advertised to take pace at the Rink on Mon- day next. DANIEL I iEES AND EVANS, Auitioneers. AberystwytlAuction Mart THE NET SALE OF Fat and Store Cattle and Horses will ,,i! i held. ON MONDAY; JUNE 3rd, 1918. SALE OF FAT STOCK, COWS, HEIFERS in calf and with calves, and Store Cattle. Large Entries of Sheep and Lamb Litters, and all ciass of Stock to be in ty 10.30. D L. JONES7~KA.I., AND SONS, • Auctioneers. ■ a4097 Tregaro Mart. Sale of Store, Fat Cattle, and Horses At the MARKET FIELD, TREGARON, TUESDAY, JUNE 4th, 1918. MESSRS. D. L. J^KES, F.A.I., AND SONS. s4095 450 Horses Next Week. NORTH ''T.\ES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD Ao. SONS will sbll on THURSDAY, June 6th.-200 Powerful Wagrgon. Light Lurry, Active Vanners, and Agri- cultural Colts. A £ J$ND Lot direct from the Breeders. FRIDAY, June 7th.-2'O' Ppflicrree Hackneys, Harness Horses. Cols AND Ponies. Sales nt 12 each day. Catalogues readv. n4095 CARDIGAISHIRE. PARISH OF CAR)N-IS-CLAWDD. JOHN FRANCIS and 50N will offer for Sale by, Public Auction at the Talbot Hotel, Tregaron, at 2 p.m., ON TUESDAY, 1th JUNE, 1918 (subject to Conditions of Sale as shall be pro- duced and read) the VALUABLE Freeholc Farm known as PENRAiiLT, situate within J a Mile of he Town and Railway Station of Tregaron, intirsected by the Main Road leading from Tregaon to Lampeter. The Homestead compnes Useful Dwelling- House with Excellent and Ample Outbuildings, and containing 57a. Or. 5p., more or less, of Excellent Pasture and A-able Land, occupied by the Representatives of he late Miss Owen. A Plan of the Propert, will be produced at the Sale and in the mealtime may be seen at the Auctioneers' Offices, Cirmarthen. Further Particulars ma: be obtained of the Auctioneers, or of Messrs Walters and Wil- liams, Solicitors, Carmarhen. s4070 JOHN GiBSON, (Late "CAMBRIA NEWS") Aberyst/vyth. Auctioneer, Appraiser, & and House Acyeiit. 11! Sales oil every descripton conducted at REASONABLE CHARGES. Goods bought or advices made tillfi sold. Prompt Settlements Agent for The Eagle and Briti6 Dominions Insurance Conpany. The All-In" Policies. ADDRESS- OLD POST OFFICE CHAMBERS TERRACE R)AD, ABERYSTWYTH. f <469 7 I Barm outh and District. WALTER LLOYD JONES AUCTIONEER and VALUER, SALES of Property, Furiture, and F«rm •Stock conducted on mderate terms and promptly cashed. For terms etc., apply the Auctioneer, King Edward-ttret, or Mr. John Roberta, Bipon House. MR. WALTER LLOYD J(NES, Auctioneer and Appraiser, begs to nform the inha- bitants of Barmouth District iiat he has taken over the Apartments and Hose Agency lately conducted so successfully by te late Mr. John Jones, The Library, Barmoutl Enquiries for Properties to be Sold or Let o:. applications for Apartments will receive prompt and careful attention. Enquiries solicited. No fee charged unless business results. n954 j»A-T 1i-nf:t.H"; BY AUCTION. J I 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 Sales at Montgomeryshire Reposit&y, 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 Sales. TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 4th, at 12 o'clock. The Usual Supply of Welsh Black Cattle including Dairy Cows and Store Bullocks and Heifers, also a Large Entry of Wethers, Ewes, and Lambs Further entries solicited, either to Mr. G. Dale Williams, Penllyn, Towyn, or the Auctioneers, MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE, Chirbury. n4054 MONTGOMERYSHIRE HORSE REPOSITORY WELSHPOOL. THE NEXT SALE OF ABOUT 200 Horses of All Classes will be held on SATURDAY, JUNE 8th. 0 £ 96 in Prizes. < Vendors must obtain their Licences for Sal' of Horses seven clear days prior to sale 1 the Secretary of the Agricultural Executive Committee for the County. Entries close firsl) pon Monday morning, June 3rd. Entry forms from CAVES and MORRIS, MARSHALL and POOLE, Welshpool. GILLART AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS AND SURVEYORS, MACHYNLLETH .v AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber, etc. undertaken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Traus- 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 the Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and lands to let for Sale by Private Treaty. t980 Machynlleth Stock Sales. MESSRS. MORRIS AND MARSHALL AND GILLART AND SONS will hold their next Monthly Sale of Stock AT MACHYNLI,ETH SMITHFIELD, On MONDAY, 10th JUNE. Further Entries Solicited. n4094 South Wales Horse jiales, Carmarthen. fr- —— THE NEXT HORSE SALE Will be Meld ai CARMARTHEN On FRIDAY, 21st JUNE, 1918. ENTITIES ABSOLUTELY CLOSE ON THURSDAY, 13th JUNE. Schedules, Entry Forms, and Prize Lists can be obtained of the Auctioneers— CAVES and MESSRS. HOWELL THOMAS, St. Mary's Auction Mart, Carmarthen. PUBLIC NOTICES. Re Miss SYDNEY LEWIS, Deceased. PURSUANT to Statute 22 and 23 Victeria, c. 35, notice is hereby given that rOI persons having any claims against the estate of Miss Sydney Lewis, late of "Bronsiriol," Br; ymor-road, Aberystwyth, in the County Cardigan (who died intestate on the 29th day April, 1918) are hereby required to send written particulars of such claims to the undersigned on or before the 15th day of July, 1918, after which date the Administratrix will distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which she shall then have had notice. Dated this 27tli day of May, 1918. JOSEPH DAVIES and SON, 4, Baker-street, Aberystwyth, n4084 Solicitors for the Administratrix, CARDIGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. WAR CHARITIES ACT, 1916. THE ATTENTION of the Cardigan County -*L Council has been drawn by the Charity Commissioners to an increasing practice on the part of Registered War Charities of appealing for funds under names other than the registered name of the charity, in consequence of which the Charity Commissioners have made an Order dated the 15th day of March, 1918, requiring that where any appeal is made to the pubii- for donations or subscriptions to any War Charities the name of the Charity as appearing in the Certificate of Registration shall be stated in full in all posters, bills, circulars, advertis. ments, and notices relating to such appeal or attempt to raise money, with the addition of the words" Registered under the War Charities Act, 1916." Dated this 24th day of May, 1918. EVAN EVANS, Clerk of the County Council. County Council Offices, Aberystwyth. s4087 In the matter of the Dysynny Valley Separate Drainage District, situate in the Parishes of Towyn, Llanegryn, and Llanfihan-jel-y-Pen- nant, in the County of Merioneth. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Dysynny Valley Drainage Board have caused a full and true Matement w be drawn out of the amount of all Rates and Assessments made and of all Contracts entered into and of all monies received and expended up to the 25th day of March, 1918, and of all debts ovring by the said Board, which said statement and Account have been printed and lie at the Offices of the said Board at Machynlleth, in the County of Montgomery, ready for the inspection of the Creditors and Ratepayers or other parties interested. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVENT that the Annual Meeting of the said Board will be holden at Tynyreithin Farmhouse, Btyncrug, Towyn, on Tuesday, the 18th day of June, 1918, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when the said Statement and Account will be produced and finally examined and settled by 4"te said Board. Dated this 17th day of May. 1918. W. P. ROWLANDS, Clerk to the Drainage Board. Machynlleth. n4085 7 PUBLIC NOTICES. DR. WILLIAMS' SCHOOL, DOLGELLEY. AN ENTRANCE EXAMINATION for Free Places will be held at the School on Saturday, June 22nd, at 9.30 a.m. Particulars may be obtained from the Hc-d iillStT6SS. Mf n4C CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE CARNEGIE RURAL LIBRARY SCHEME. TVTANTED, a Librarian (Man or Woman) to ■D charSe a scheme for establishing Rura1 Libraries in Schools of Cardiganshire, under the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust. The Central Repository will be at Aberystwyth. Salary, S150 per annum. Previous library ex- perience and ability to speak Welsh essential. Age not exceeding fifty. Applications, giving full particulars, should reach the Director of Education, County Education Office, Abervtd- wyth, on or before Friday" 28th June, 1918. S4083 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. SUMMER SCHOOL, AUCUST, 1918. mIlE TENTH ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL will be held for three weeks from 30th July, 1918. -Instruction will be provided in the following subjects LIBRARY SERVICE.-Biblio-,rapliv, Cata- loguing, Classification, Library Historv and Equipment, Archives, Palaeography, and Diplo- matic, Bookbinding, Commercial and Technical Libraries, Children's Libraries. HISTORY. Special Courses will be conducted in this subject. SCHOOL HORTICULTURE: ART and HANDWORK.—Primary Drawing, Brush Draw- ing, Wood Carving, Clay Modelling, Bookbind- ing, Needlework, Art Needlework. Dressmaking, Woodwork, Educational Handwork. PRINCIPLES OF TEACHING—Principles of Education, Experimental Pedagogy, Schoolroom Problems, Kindergarten. 8 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING. For further particulars and entrance form apply to the Registrar of the College. a4083 Just Ask P I Your Grocer FOR SOUTH WALES JAMS & MARMALADE. South Wales Jam & Marmalade Co. Ltd.. CARDIFF. I South Wales Jam & Marmalade Co. Ltd- CARDIFF. PUBLIC HOTICES. BRECON AND RADNOR ASYLUM, TALGARTH, BRECONSHIRE. FEMALE ATTENDANTS. WA-N-TED, at once, Female Attendants.— FOR FEMALE WARDS.-Wages, includ- ing war bonus, E22 4s. Od. per annuin. FOR MALE WARDS.—Wages, incluciing war bonus, 236 4s. per annum. Both the above with hoard, lodging, washing, and uniform. Also S2 per annum as Good Con- duct Money if merited. Forms of application may be obtained on application to the undersigned. A. J. ASTBURY, n4083 Clerk. THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. THE LUNACY ACT, 1890. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Walter Robbs. Esquire. Assistant District Auditor of the Midland Counties Audit District. has appointed the audit of accounts of the Cardi- gan County Council End of the County Treasurer and other Officers of sveh Council for the year ended the 31st day of March last to commence on Monday, the 24th day of June, 1918. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, at Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyth, when and where she several Officers of such Council who are bound to account at such audit are severally required to attend and prodtft-e all Books of Account. Bills, Accounts, Vouchers, and other documents con- taining or relating to the Accounts then to be audited, in the custody or power of each person respectively. AND NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a copy of the Accounts, duly made up and balanced, together with the Account Books, Deeds, Contracts, Accounts. Vouchers, and re- ceint.s mentioned or reserved to in the accounts will be deposited at the County Council Offices, Aberystwyth and be open to the inspection of all persons interested for seven clear days be- fore the audit, between the hours of 11 a.rq. and 4 n.m. F. R. ROBERTS, Clerk to the County Council. Abervstwyth, May 25th, 1918. n4682 — r — — PUBUC NOTICES. COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY & MERIONETH. AREA NO. 54. MEAT SALES ORDER. List of Grading Centres and Dates for June, 1918. MONTCOMERYSHIRE. 1918 -t}' Of June. K: of Grading. Auctioneers. gSLT M .iday 3 Llanidloes Cooke Bros, and Roberts" n J t'm* Sag £ ra~nR°ad LTerS;wrtkiaI,aDdPWle Monday 10 Fourcrosses w\ iQS "'J « 10"° a"m* Mondav 10 Mont"o.«rv M ,?Wfn a"m' Monday 1Q Machynlleth I I J- Monday 10 Llanbrynmair Cooke Bros, and Roberts 1-0 n'm* 8 Ca"s0™ 2**« B'«- «<• Roberts I lojo Lm.' Monday 17 Welshpool Mom's' Marshall' a°.dpPo°l<i J2-30 p.m. Monday 17 Llanidloes Cook^ a-m- Tunday 18 ^acl7nlleth Gillart and Sons 0 a m T f7 yanf?lhn Hubert Walkins iJJ, am' Tue^dav 1R reWtOWI,p"i Cooke Bros, and Roberts 1^30'am Mo^iday g Z Z Z Monday 24 Montgomery Motris M„shall Monday 24 Machynbetn Gillart and Sons 5-0 am" Monday 24 Llanbrynmair Cooke firos and RdberU ^0 n'm' fnd,ay g Caersws Morri Marshall and p P"™* Tuesday 25 Newtown Moms, Marshall and Poole SS am MERIONETHSHIRE. Monday ISEZL. i." J." '.i & £ C"— Monday 3 Maentwrog Road Station John Davies o"™ Tuesday 4 W. Jones 10-0 P.M. KS .fSJT igfs S ll ?™bedr' •" ?«8hKCh*pm" g? Mcmday 17 TaSnau Sn" Davfef"' "d If Monday 17 Maentwrog Road Station John Davies J*™* ?e1aj i? (?0,=el,ey W. Lloyd Jones .V 10-0 a.m* uesday 18 Coiwen Diggory and Chapman 10-30 a m Monday rSyd^ef g? Tuesdav 25 Bair6" diggory and Chapman 10-30 a.m. «y 1 Llanbedr I" r SSTSX0"™ Tuesday 25 Towyn Morris, Marshall and Poole IM The County Advisory Committees have fixed the above dates for the Gradi^of CattlTand Sheep m the Counties of Montgomery and Merioneth with a view to meeting local requirement!? D. H. MAC. NICOLL, Live Stock Commissioner, Colwyn Bay. •' ALBERT S. COOKE, Chairman Area No. 54, Newtown. Aber Artro Hospital, Llanbedr, Merioneth. QUAHTI-RLY ACCOUNT, JANUVRY, FEBRUARY, MARCH, 1918. £ s d Balance forward 213 15 9 Maintenance, Mrs. Prys Owen 83 10 C Donations 112 8 1 Sale of Pigs,. Waste Paper, Etc. 17 15 10 Government Grants (3 months) 37 4 £ 2774 14 5 M. A. OWEN, Commandant. Provisions • | „ Sur^ery S13 I Domestic K n ,n Salaries g ™ Miscellaneous 32 8 5 Balance in hand, 31st March, 1918. 307 15 1 j j r £ 774 14 5 Examined ana found correct, HUMPHREY JONES, Manager, London City and Midland Bank, Limited, Barmouth. SMOKES AND AMUSEMENT FUND. ABERARTRO HOSPITAL LLANBEDR STATEMENT OF ACCOUNT. £ s fl 1917. • 1917. Balance, per Mrs. Prys Owen 0 15 6 Dec. 10.—Allotted to the Hospital from the County Committee 25 0 0 Dec. 15.-Mr. D. E. Davies 1 5 0 Dec. 22.-M. Haydn Jones, M.P. 3 10 0 Mrs. Von Rueben 1 1 0 Bank Interest 0 0 4 1918. Jan. 2.-Mrs. Rostron 0 10 0 Jan. 8.—Mrs. Prys Owen, from Mrs. Lloyd, Minymor, Barmouth 0 10 0 Mal 12.—Mrs Prys Owen, Waste Paper, 0 14 0 Mrs. Mary Lloyd 0 5 0 Miss C. Jones 0 5 0 Miss Pugh, Aberdovey 0 10 0 April 16.—Collected by Miss J. Lewis 0 6 11 Mrs. D. E. Davies 0 5 0 Mrs. W. H. More 0 10 0 S35 7 9 ™ £ < d Dec.—Cheque Book 0 2 1 1918. Jan. 3.-Bolland and Sons 1 16 2 Jan. 4.-0wen .P¡itchard and Son 1 14 0 Jan. B.-Mrs. Prys Owen 0 12 0 Jan. 12.—Evan Griffith, Dyffryn 0 18 0 Jan. 29.—Sailors and Soldiers Smokes 0 12 0 Feb. 8.—Mrs Prys Owen, Walkers Lane 1 2 3 Mar. 6.-Sailors and Soldiers Smokes 0 12 0 Mar. 26.-Sailors and Soldiers Smokes 0 12 0 April 2.—P. L. Jones, Llanbedr 0 11 0 Balance in bank, 18/4/18 26 16 3 £3S 7 9 ENTERTAINMENTS. Mr. Beaver, of Llanbedr, with the co-operation of friends, has arranged for the entertainment of the patients at the Hospital twice a week. Mrs. and Miss Beaver, Mr. and Mrs. Towers, Miss Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Griffith, Mr. Mathew Owen's Choir, Mrs. D. E. Davies, Barmouth, and Miss M. Owen, Llan- bedr, kindly contributed and helped with enter- tainments. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, Minymor, Barmouth, gave dinner to some of the patients, also many friends in Harlech and Llanbedr have invited them to tea. Barmouth still continues its hospitality and entertains all men who go to that town. GIFTS. The following gifts were received during Janu- ary, February, and March, 1918, which have been gratefully acknowledged :-Llanbedr Red Cross Sewing Party, per Miss Lewis, 5 parcels of clothing, shirts, vests, socks, pants, pocket handkerchiefs, soft slippers, and re-footed socks; Mr. Josiah Williams, Pwllheli, 3 volumes "Illus- trated Graphic;" Mr. Dangerfield, Corsygedol. Dyffryn, vegetables; Miss F. Howell and Red Cross Workroom, 4,168, Aberdovey, vests, socks; W. D. Bullock, OFsq., Dunham, Massy Lodge, Altrincham, venison; Lord Harlech, phewants; Pennal Red Cross Working Party, vests, pants; Mrs. Ruck, honey, eggs, apples; Mrs. Wilkes, Barmouth, eggs, and groceries; the Women's Institute, Dyffryn, per Mrs. Roberta and Tdise Elsie Jones, tobacco, cigarettes, marking biR, groceries, etc.; Alfcrincnam War Depot, shoes, washers, gloves, dusters, handkerchiefs, pillow cases, bath towels, shirts, Mr. and Mrs Rostron, eggs, Mrs. McNair, shoes. 4089 > • t' rt