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Births, Marriages and Deaths. A prepaid charge of Is. 6d. is made for announcements Of Births and Deaths (i"a verse is added the charge Is 2s. 6d. more according to length), and 2s. 6d.or Marriage announce mcnis under this headin". In all cases the charge must be prepaid. MARRIACES. BROWNE—JONES—June 6th, at Moriah C.M. Chapel, Harlech, by the Rev. Richard Evans, Lieut. Clifford Harding Browne, A.I.F., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Browne, of Adelaide, Australia, to Eirliw, youngest daughter of Dr. R. Thos. Jones, J.P., and Mrs Jones, Penygarth, Harlech. pl850 IN MEMORIAM. In Loving Memory of our dear daughter, Gertrude, whom God called home, June 9th, 1914, the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Davies, Garthowen, Deganwy, also grand- daughter of the late Inspector Morgan and Mrs. Morgan, 2. En worth Terrace. 'Twas hard to part with one we loved BO tender and so young, On whose dear life so many hopes and fond affections clung, But God is wiser far than we and doeth all things best, And He has taken our darling g'rl to dwell among the blest. Sadly missed by Father, Mother, Brothers, and Sisters, also Maude Chester. pl836 In Loving Memory of Pte. Lawrence Flanagan, awarded M.C. June, 1916, killed in action September 19th following. Aha! that shot went home; my course is run, This looks like war—real war and no mistake, Yet I remember four short years ago A British Statesman drawing princely pay, Holding high revel with his German friends, Stuffing his colleagues with pedantic blether, Assured the nation there would be no war! Ah! good my lord, you serve a facile people; In Tudor days your neck had paid the forfeit Of duty shirked. To-day in "Little England" The lawyer's neck, it seems, is sacrosanct. But let that pass; I'm sped, my hour is come. I feel my life-blood slowly trickle from me, A subtle numbness steals upon my members, The noisome air is settling thick around me, A mist enshrouds my eye-balls glazing fast, My clammy hand can scarcely reach my brow, Convulsive sobs suspend my lab'ring breath, Adieu, my father, surely this is death! pl837
PREPAID SCALE I Booses to Let. Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. No. of One Three Six Niue Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions 8. d. 8. d. d. d. 21 18 2. 40 50 28 1 9 3 6 50 6 0 85 23 46 60 7 0 42 2 9 5 6 70 80 49 33 66 80 90 N.D.-If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. Wedding presents, 2d. line. Musical and other succeaae. 2/0 prepaid not Dors than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards. Lists of wreaths in funeral reports, 2d a line. In all cam the charges are for cash with order. If not prepaid an extra charge of la. in -ade.. NOTICE. The greatest care is taken to Insert advertise- -ta on the date and in the position ordered 14 well as to secure their being correctly printed blÜ the Proprietors cannot be responsible for '•accuracies in either of these respects, or for 4%Z consequences arising therefrom. Gvery care is taken to ensure the prompt tMertion of all advertisements and accurate ilellvery to advertisers of replies to their advertisements, but the Proprietors do not imaramtee the insertion of an advertisement in •ay specified week, or at all, and will not be ttabla for any Ion occasioned by the failure of 24 advertisement to appear In any specified *%k, or at all from any cause whatever. Advertisements and replies are accepted only iect to the above conditions. SEARCHINC. In consequence of the many requests received tor search to be made in our files, we have to ltate that in future a small fee will be made "ommensurate with the work involved. LOST AND FOUND. I \l"AE Defaid ac Oen dieithr ar dir Llwyn- gronw, Ptnrhyncoch, er mis Mawrth. Bwlch tri toriad ar war un ag o dan y liall. Os na a*ddelir mown tair wythnos gwerthir i dalu J pl807 X/fAE Tair Dafad ar dir Caerffynon, Dyffryr Nod clust Bwlch, Plyg o dan y ddwy, a ^ori blaen y chwith. Hefyd, Llwdn. Bwlch Vyg o "bob tu i'r dde, a bwlch plyg o. dan y ^with. Os na hawlir cyn Mehefin 22ain thir i dalu y costau. ——■—— M SITUATIONS VACANT. BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.Wanted experienced Lady Shop Assist ants.-State experience, salary required, Bendall s; ilia Birmi.ighi'ti jJ. ■FEMALE CLERK wanted at once; one ac- jj- customed to accounts preferred.—Tomley, ^licitor, Montgomery. pl833 GARDENER wanted (male or female).— AddIv. David Jenkins, Glannant, Porth, South Wales. pl802 QOOD Cook-General Wanted; plan cooking, able to bake, or willing to learn; age 36- or Young Girl about 18; two Maids kept. ■^Pply, Mrs. Davies, Di-agon Hotel, Mont- $°»»erv, N.W. P1700 PRINTING.—Letterpress Machinemen, N.S., J*- ineligible, 55s., constant.—'Winstanley, 26, Sj^ble-street, Liverpool. pi815 PROBATIONERS Wanted (3) Civil and Aux- w iliary Military Hospital; 54 beds. Ap- statin^ age, Matron, Montgomery County ti^pital, Newtown, N.W. pl690 J\TRONG Active Lad or Girl for light Bake- vT lioust; work.—Apply, Owen's, Confectioners n £ Hh Parade, Aberystwyth. pl828 P&EE FELLERS, Labourers, accustomed Q round timber hauliers (with or without horses); trees purchased anywhere. — C. V^.nings and Co.. Ltd., Saw Mills, Aberayron. I TRGENTLY Wanted. 1,000 Qualified Wire- less Operators. We can guarantee situa- to our students immediately they qualify; can accept vouths between the ages of 15i 18. Owing to the new strapping laws we are r*ten^jng our colleges to help ua fill these the remuneration is from £ 100 to otIi per annum, the operator ranks as an t..a r.-Apply for prospectus, Wireless Train- College, St. Mary Street, Cardiff, and Street, Swansea. Y\TANTED.— An apprentice to the drapery -Jl*.trade.— Apply Howell. Aberystwyth. pl806 \\TANTED, Good Plain Cook. Baking re- 5q? quired. Country.—Apply, MAs. Parry, Y^Iarine-terrace, Aberystwyth. pl795 ^rANTED, immediately, a good Chamber- j. maid; also strong kitchenmaid.—Apply, Royal Hotel, Aberystwytn. pl821 WANTED.—Under-laundrymaid comfort- able situation: good wages.—Apply, Mrs. •w^jRhan, Nannau, Dolgelley. pl810 V\TANTED.—House-parlourmaid, experienced. —Miss Fox, Maesllan, Rumney, Cardiff. Wpl809 ANTED.—A Housemaid-waitress.—Apply, Mrs Cross Ynvshir Hall, Glandyfi. pl800 W ANTED, at once, for a well-known draperv establishment in North Wales, TfPerienced hands for the millinery and dress- ing workrooms; also improvers for dress- aking and millinery—Apply, with particu- lars and references, Mrs. Wallis Thomas, ^gistry Office. Pwllheli. "1590 Y. TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. \\T ANTED —A respectable youth as an b apprentice to the dranerv trade.—Applv, ^^land Morgan, London House, Abervstwvth. w pl813 \ANTED.—A Smart Boy.—Lipton's, Ter- vj rno^-mad, Abervstwvth. pl841 X\TANTED, immediately, Cabinc-l M^k^, "I)- hol«terevs. Wood-work'n? Machinist, and jg»>an •(pible to polish and do small repairs) I* Headquarters and Branches: top wages per- Ba nc'eK-—Wri^e Pontvnridd Furnishing Com- 56. TafF-street, Pontypridd. pl835 ANTED Person to take charge of Grocery Jjj bus ness and to look after old and infirm "fcwT—Applv, Huphes, The Stores. Borth. pl839 WANTED, Collector to undertake collection of accounts and assist generally in office. te«^Pt)lications. statiog wages required, to ^ctiicity Works, Mill-street, Aberystwyth. srruAfioNs VACANT. GROCERY AND PROVISIONS. WANTED Assistant, ineligible, also Young W Lady, with experience.-Al)plyl G. M. Arthur, Machynlleth. pl770 WANTED, a Yanman.—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 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.—Good General .—Apply, Mrs. J. IT E. Hughes, 1, Great Darkgate-st., Aber- ystwyth. pl782 WANTED.—A Clean General. Good wages for a trustworthy girl. References.—Ap- ply, Mrs. Howell, 2, Tydvil Place, Roath Park, Cardiff. P1780 ply, Mrs. Howell, 2, Tydvil Place, Roath Park, Cardiff. pl780 ANTED.-Good General Servant for pri- W vate house; two in family.—Apply, Glen Rosa, Aberystwyth. pl793 WANTED, June 17th, a good Plain Cook.— Apply, Mrs. Dr. Wood, Llanbedr, S.O., Merioneth. pl798 WANTED.—Experienced Cook- aka Cook- generals, House\ X 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 Plas Winton, Llandrindod Wells. pl729 WANTED at once, thoroughly experienced Dressmaker; give fullest particulars_first letter.—Apply, Bevan's, Drapers, The Circle,. Tredegar. pl695 WANTED for the Country, Good Head VV noutqnaid.-Mrs. Lewes, Ahermaide, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. pl674 WANTED, Smart Youth as Billiard Marker TV and to make himself generally useful.— Apply, stating age and references, Box 322, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl852 WANTED, Young Woman for housework, also nurse-maid; live in.—Apply, Mrs. Stephens, 56, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. pl854 WANTED, Useful Help, Housemaid Waitress and Kitchen Maid.—Mrs. Owen, Baveno, Llandrindod Wells. p1849 EX-SOLDIERS SEEK WORK. WANTED, by Discharged Soldier, light em- ployment, outeide 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. srruATioNs WANTED. WANTED situation as Plain Cook.-Apply E. Williams, Penybont Cottage, Rhydy- felin. P1825 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. ABERYSTWYTH or Towyn neighbourhood- Wanted Sitting and two Bedrooms, August, facing sea. State lowest terms.—The Vicar, Eccles, Manchester. pl84ii BARMOUTH.—Apartments or Board Resi- dence; best position; highest references. Bath, hot and cold. Good cooking and attend- ance. Magnificent. views. Cader and Bay. O'Farrell, Vorkington, Barmouth. pl8ul HOUSE TO LET, Furnished, July, August, and September, or for one month only Beautifully situated, near sea, station. Two reception rooms and four bedrooms; every modern convenience.—Box 321, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl846 IF YOU WANT VISITORS FROM SOUTH WALES advertise in Brecon and Radnor Express" zeries.-One insertion, 14 words, 9d.; 22, Is.; three insertions, Is. 9d. and 2s.— Exp; eW' Office, Brecon. pl819 TO LK'L\ 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. WANTED, Small Furnished House, three or four Bedrooms; about 3 gns. per week, for the month of August.—Apply, Box 319, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p1830 I WANTED IN ABERYSTWYTH, Small Fur- nished House, 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom, from end' of July till middle of September.— Reply, Morgan, Cound Vilia, Newtown. pl845 WANTED, July and August, Cottage, 3 Bed- rooms. State terms.—Box 320, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. pl840 ABERYSTWYTH. FURNISHED HOUSES. WANTED for the Summer Months a num- ber of Furnished Houses in and around Aberystwyth.—Apply, Cooke Bros. and Roberts, House and Lapd Agents, Aberystwyth. a5013 TO BE LET OR SOLD. ABERYSTWYTH.—TO LET, Somerset House, Bath-street; moderate rent.—Apply, G. Wilkinson and Son, Fruiterers, North-parade. BORTH.—To be sold, cheap, about 200 chairs, one dozen Benches, all in good order. — Apply, R 3es, Taliesin House, Borth. pl816 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate possession Nos. 9 and 19, Queen's-terrace, Aberyst- wyth; and Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold, Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. HOUSE TO LET, 12th May next, Brynteg, Thespian-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, 15, Terrace-road. a911 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- gwvn, Towyn. pl773 TO LET, Unfurnished, a Cottage, Oxford House, Crnigvpenrhyn, Two Sitting Rooms' and 3 Bedrooms; Large Orchard; facing Aber- dovey 2 miles from Ynyslas Station and close to the Villages of Tre'rddol and Taliesin. Further particulars from Mr. Thomas, Tanyr- allt, Talybont, Cards. pl851 TO BE LET OR SOLD, Freehold Cottages at Llanbadarn, with good gardens.—Apply, 4. St. Michael's-place, Aberystwyth. pl399 TO LET.—Shop and Store Room, No. 57, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth — Apply, David Roberts and Sons, Ltd., Brewers, Abervstwvth. a4064 TO BE'SOLD, Cloverdale, Dinas-terrace: 8 Rooms; bathroom, h. and c.; 2 W.C.s: garden; long lease.—Jones, Vernon, Llandre, Aberystwyth. pl529 ABERYSTWYTH. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, owing to illhealth, Hotel Brynawel. First Class Private Residential Hotel (Freehold); overlook- ing Sea and Castle. Splendid connection. To be Sold as a going concern or otherwise. Apply, D. G. Parry, proprietor. pl785 TO BE LET OR SOLD. CAERLEON 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 be in good Condition.—Davies-Hughes, Cnc- cieth. pl790 CHIROPODY.—Don't let your feet trouble you, have them attended to by a "Foot Specialist" for all foot ailments, corns, bunions, etc., etc. By appointment only.—D. Williams, "The Chiropodist," 3, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. pl290 DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron. Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, ITemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvass, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. 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 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. • 9 A X'i lQL E and other Household Furniture Wanted for cash.—Gibson. Old Posi Office Chambers, Aberystwyth. a5020 CHARLES JENKINS AND SON, Timber Merchants, Porth, South Wales, are open to buy large quantities of Ash Timber.—Please communicate to above address. pl742 FURNITURE WANTED.—In large or small quantities, for cash. Best prices given.— Holly well, Furnisher, Oswestry. pl&53 I^URNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Etc.—Messrs. S. Aston and Son, Ltd., Castle-square, Carnarvon, are' prepared to purchase large or small quantities of Furniture, Bedsteads, and other household effects. Highest prices given. pl805 McILQUHAM'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 ITWOOD.-Wanted Larch or Hardwood Pit- JL wood, for cash. State quality, quantity, and price on rail.—Montague Harris, F.A.I., Abergavenny.. pl656 SPHAGNUM MOSS purchased for use in 8 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 ar STRAWBERRIES Wanted; any quantity. Best price given.—G. Wilkinson and Son, Aberystwyth. abOOb 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 TO FARMERS, GAMEKEEPERS, and others. —I 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, for ^prompt cash, Typewriter (visible), in good condition, roll-top desk, and other office furniture.—Gibson, Auctioneer, Aberystwyth. a5021 WANTED, a small 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 w 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. pl 477 WANTED.—Lead Mining Plant and Mach- inery.—Kayley, Queen-street, Ardwick, Manchester. pl475 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. IT^OR 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, Pedigree Roan Shorthorn Bull Calf, 11 months old. Store condition.— J. G. Morris Davies, Hafod, Devil's Bridge. s5002 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 FOR SALE. Timber Waggon in good condi- tion.—Apply, Edwards, 35, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. pl848 FORD Touring Car and Flanders Touring Car, both in good order and newly painted.— Chas. Hughes. and Sons, Portmadoc. n5003 LEARN SHORTHAND.—All Pitman's Short- hand books; exercise books, special pens Mid 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, farmiing, etc., 4/6-6/6; Khaki Shirts, collar attached 2/- -.2/6; White Woollen Sweaters, 5/ —Stores, 27."Castle-street, Merthvr. pl704 1 PATRIOTIC MEMORIAL CARDS.—We have -L a, large selection of altogether new designs at best prices. These are really high-class 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- mel], Stratford, E.15, Essex. pl687 QUANTITY Broken and Damaged Furniture 0 FOR SALE. Likely purchasers call at Pant-y-Celyn, Dyffryn, Merioneth, before 18th June. pl839 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. R -a 100; postage extra.—Messrs "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. Oqn MADE BY £ 5.—For fuller particulars S/wO as to how small amounts may earn large profits, apply, Graham, Marsh, and Co., 240, High Holborn, London. plí ALESTINE POSTCARDS.—Real photo- JL graphic reproductions of the Holy Land, invaluable for Sui day School teachers. Coloured views, only ld. each at the Cambrian News Stores. X? -s flflA GUARANTEED.—Wanted for Ministry Munitions.—Scrap Lead, £ 25; Heavy Wrought, Horse Shoes, Wheel E25; Heavy Wrought, Horse Shoes, Wheel Bands, £ 6; Steel, £ 5 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 purchased.—Thomas Horton, Merthyr. pl724 SUT I LADD TYRCHOD. Ysgrifena John Pryce, MaesymCirch: "Blinid ni acw gan dyrchod, cynyddent bob blwyddyn, fel vr oedd y tir a golwg ddifrifol arno, ac yr oedd arnaf gywilydd ohono; ond clywais. fod Mr. Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, wedi (Ivfc-i,,zk'o Petli i'w lladd yn ddl-drafferth iawn. Ei enw ydyw "Molrat," mewn packets Is. 6c. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddais ef yn 01 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. 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. plõõ MID-WALES TTTORSE TJ EPOSITORY, NEWTOWN.-IX III June Prize Sale. 950 in Prizes.- .—v TUESDAY, JUNE 25th, 1918. Entries now received. HALL, WATERIDGE, and OWEN, COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS, Auctioneers. Offices: Newtown. n4030 I SALES BY AUCTION- I CARDIGANSHIRE" I SALE OF A COMPACT FlrEHOLD FARM. I MESSRS. D. L. JONÊS, F.A.I., and SONS. -L* have been instructed t»; Offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the BRYNAWEL TEMPER- ANCE HOTEL, TREGAROK, ON TUESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1918, at I-p.m., subject to Conditions of Sale to be then pro- duced, All That Valuable Small Freehold Farm called and known as WAUNFAWR AND WAUNFACH, situate in the Parishes of Llanbadarn Trefeglwys ,md Llansantffraid, now in the occupation of Mr. Evan Rees, at the low annual rental of E14 per annum, and comprising about 27 Acres of Good Pasture Land. The property is distant about mid-way between Tregaron and Aber- ayron, and forms a most desirable holding, as it comprises a substantial Dwelling House and Outbuildings, all within a short distance from the main road. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eers, Esgerliendy, Tregaron: Messrs. J. F. MORT IS AND SON, R s5017 Solicitors'. t-armarthen. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. CAMBRIAN HOTEL, BORTH. MR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed by T. McCauseland, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at the above ON WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, JULY 3rd, 4th, and 5tH, 1918, the Whole of the Household Furniture Further particulars in next issue. uSO16 CARDIGANSHIRE. PARISH OF CARON-IS-CLAWDD. JOHN FRANCIS and SON jrill offer for Sale M by Public Auction at the Talbot Hotel, Tregaron, at 2 p.m., ON TUESDAY, 11th J(¡"NE, 1918 (subject to Conditions of Sale as shall be pro- duced and read) the VALUABLE Freehold Farm known as PENRALTT, situate within i a Mile of and Railway Station of Tregaron, inter set ted by the Main Road leading from Tregaron to Lampeter. The Homestead comprises Useful Dwelling- House with Excellent and mpJe Outbuildings, and containing 57a. Or. 35p,, more or less, of Excellent Pasture and Arable Land, occupied by the Representatives of the late Miss Owen.- A Plan of the Property will be produced at the Sale and in the meantime may be seen at the Auctioneers' Offices, Carmarthen. Further Particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, er of- Messrs. Waltergs and Wil- liams, Solicitors, Carmarthen. s4070 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. J GIBSON will Sell by Public Auction, as • above, on MONDAY, JUNE 24th, 1918, a Large Collection of Household Furniture Carpets, Rugs, and other effects. Further particulars next WlIt- Note. Goods lot11 this Sale can be accepted now and I will be Stored Free. Offices :-OLD POST OEFICE CHAMBERS, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. a5018 RHEIDOL PLACE, ABERYSTWYTH. J GIBSON has been instructed by Isaac • Hopkins, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at an Early Date, on the WORKSHOP PREMISES, as above, the Wliole of the STOCK, comprising Useful Dry Timber, Lathe, Car- I penter's Bench, Hardware, Shipwright's Car- penter's and Joiner's Tools, etc. Further particulars next week. Offices :-OLD POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. a5019 JOHN GIBSON, (Late "CAMBRIAN NBWSW) Aberystwyth. A uct ioneer, A ppraiser, and House Agent. Sales of every description conducted at REASONABLE CHARGES. Goods bought or advances made till•' sold. Prompt Settlements Agent for The Eagle and British Dominions Insurance Company, The AU-In," Policies. ADDRESS— OLD POST OFFICE CHAMBERS TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. at69 DANIEL I. REES & EV AX. GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND V AI.UERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth Barmouth and District. WALTER LLOYD JOKEI. AUCTIONEER and VALUER, SALES of Property, Furniture, and Farm Stock conducted on moderate terms and promptly cashed. For terms, etc., apply the Auctioneer, King Edward-vtreet, or Mr. John Roberts, Ripen House. MR. WALTER LLOYD JONES, Auctioneer and Appraiser, begs to infoRn the inha^ bitants of Barmouth District that be has taken over the Apartments and House Agefiey 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. n854 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 Sales 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 MONTGOMERYSHIRE HORSE REPOSITORY WELSHPOOL. THE NEXT SALE OF ABOUT 200 Horses of All Classes will be held on SATURDAY, JUNE 8th.. £96 in Prizes. Vendors must obtain their Licences for Sa}'; of Horses seven clear days prier to sale i the Secretary of the Agricultural Executive Committee for the County. Entries close nrsft polb Monday morning, June 3rd. Entry forms from CAVES and MORRIS, MARSHALL and POOLE, Welshpool. Machynlleth Stock Sales. MESSRS. MORRIS AND MARSHALL AND GILLART AND SONS will hold their next Monthly Sale of Stock AT MACHYNLLETH SMITHFIELD, ON MONDAY NEXT, JUNE 10th. The Usual Supply of Dairy & Store Cattle, also a fair entry of SHEEP* Further Entries Solicited. Sale at 11 o'clock. South Wales Horse Sales, Carmarthen. THE NEXT HORSE SALE Will be held at CARMARTHEN On FRIDAY, 21st JUNE, 1918. all 160 HORSES7 PRIZES 921 AT OUR LAST SALE. 4 Cart Horses made JE631. 30 Cart Horses made over E120 each. 3 Harness Horse,, made £202. Colts to E115 10s. ENTRIES ABSOLUTELY CLOSE ON THURSDAY, 13tli JUNE. Sohfthiles Entry Forms, and Prize Lists can be obtained of the Auctioneers— CAVES and MESSRS. HOWELL THOMAS. St. Mary's Auct'on Mart, Carmarthen. PUBLIC. NOTICES. "The Companies Acts, 1908 and 1913." PORTMADOC TOURING COMPANY. Limited. (IN VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to Section 188 of the Companies (Consolida- tion) Act, 1908, that a Mee'-ing of the Creditors of the above-named Company will be* held at their Registered Office, No. 8. Cambrian- terrace, Portmadoc, in the County of Carnar- von, on Monday, the 17th day of June, 1918, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated this 1st dav of June. 1918. II: R. HUGHES, L".iu;.dator. John Humphreys, Solicitor, Portmadoc, North Wales. pl834 MERIONETHSHIRE WAR AGRICULTURAL ¡ EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Forms sent out to Farmers by the above Com- mittee with reference to men up to the' age of 31, must reach me, the undersigned, not later than Saturday morning, the 8th inst. Failing which all men np to 31 years are liable-to be called up without anv right of appeal. R. ROBERTS JONES, Executive Officer. St. Anne's Chambers, Barmouth, June 6th, 1918. n5022 NOTICE OF AUDIT. -I ABERYSTWYTH RURAL DISTRICT AND ABERYSTWYTH UNION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Audit of the Accounts for the half-year ended the 31st March, 1918, of, the Council of the above- mentioned Rural District and of the I Guardians of the above-mentioned Union and the Overseers of the Poor of the Parishes therein; and of the accounts for the year ended the 31st March, 1918, of the Parish Councils or Parish Meetings for the Parishes in such Rural District, and of any Joint Committees appointed in whole or :n part by such Councils or Meetings, will com- mence. at the Board Room of the .Guardians at the Union Workhouse, Aberystwyth, on Tues- day, the 25th day of June, 1918. at 10 a.m. day, the 25th dav of June, 1918. at 10 a.m. Dated this 4th dav of June, 1918. J. E. PUGHE JONES, 85010 District Auditor. MERCY DOIDGE, Deceased. PURSUANT to the Act of Parliament 22nd P and 23rd Vic. Cap. 35 intituled "An Act to Further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees," NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Cre- dit 01% and other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Mercy Doidge, formerly of Plas Meirion, Aberdovey. in the County of Merioneth, and late of "Bourneville," Trinity-road, Aberystwyth, in the County of Cardigan, Spinster, deceased (who died on the 24th day of January, 1918, and whose Will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Pro- bate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 5th day of April, 1918, by Algernon Joseph Wontner, of 5, Tokenhouse Yard, Lothbury, in the City of London, Stock Broker, and The Reverend Thomas Williams, B.A., of Braceland, Aberystwyth, aforesaid Baptist, Minister, the Executors therein named) are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their claims or demands to me the undersigned, the Solicitor for the said Executors, on or before the 30tli day of June, 1918, after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice, and they will Dot be liable for the assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof so distributed to' any per- son or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 3rd day of June, 1918. E. L. WALLIS, 133, Saint Owen Street, Hereford, n5016 Solicitor for the said Executors. r PUBLIC NOTICES. ) CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE CARNEGIE RURAL LIBRARY SCHEME. WANTED, a Librarian (Man or Woman) to take charge of a scheme for establishing Rural Libraries in Schools of Cardiganshire, under the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust. The Central Repository will be at Aberystwyth. Salary, £150 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, Aberyst- wyth, on or before Friday, 28th June, L918. WAR OFFICE tCOXTRACTS DEPARTMENT). PURCHASE OF WOOL. SOUTH WALES DIVISION (AREA 13). THE District Executive -Officer for the 6 Counties of South Wales is Mr. Thomas Morgan, District Executive Offices, Priory Hill House, Brecon. The War Office has appointed a Local Advisory Committee composed of the following members: W. S. Miller Esq., Brecon (Chairman). John R. Bache, Esq., Knighton. F. W. Berwick Esq., Halifax. George Jones, Esq., Newtown.' Evan Morgan. Esq., Brecon. R. Templeton, Esq., Cardiff. Farmers who have not received a Census Form should apply at once to the District Executive Officer. No Locks or Broken Wool, Pelt Wool, Gathered Wool, or Tail Wool of any description may be soM to any person other than Author- ised Government Wool Merchant acting on ¡ behalf of the Department excepting Unwashed Daggings, which may be sold without restric- tions by Farmers only, to any persons holding I Government Licences to purchase. Special attention is cafied to the conditions of purchase and instructions contained in Wool Leaflet No. 2 (Wales) sent with Census Forms, which should be carefully read by all sellers. Ali communications requiring prompt atten- tion should be addressed to the District Ex- ecutive Officer. Those persons, however, who for special reasons wish to communicate direct to Headquarters, should address their letters to the Director of Raw Materials, War Office, Bri, -isli Wool S2ction, Imperial House, Tothill Street, Westminster, S.W.I. Classification of Wool and List of Prices to be paid by Authorised Merchants for the 1918 Clip:— Washed Fleece d in Good Condition. Max. Prices. per lb. Shropshire 'pure-bred) 23d. Best Kerry and Clun Forest 22d. Best Radnors 20d. Kcmpy Radnors and Cross-breds 18d. Fine Leicesters. 18id. Deep Leicesters 18d. Best Welsh 17id. Low Welsh 15id. Turbary Welsh 14d. Scotch 14d. Washed Locks and Pellecl Wool: Two- thirds value of Fleece. Greasy Locks and Peiled Wool: Half value of Fleece. Hard or Tub Washed Locks (very clean): 2J. per lb. less than value of Fleeces. Washed Shorn Lamb Wool. Shropshire 19^. Kerry and Clun Forest 17|d. Radnor and Cross-bred 16d. Welsh 14d. Shorn Tail Wool." Washed Taii Wool 9d Cleaned, Unwashed, or Greasy Tail Wool 7jd. Tail Wool heavy in Grease or Daggings Proportionately less. Allowances Drafts 1 Jh. per cwt. (112 lbs.) on all gross weights over 56 lbs. Greasy Scotch Fleeces lid. per lb. (minimum). Other Unwashed or Greasy Wools: One-fourth their respective value. Wool light in Grease: To be valued upon a yielding basis. Back and Grey Wools: One-fourth their respective value. Prices of between Wools will be fixed by valuation of Authorised Merchants. The District Executive Officer will in due course communicate with Farmers, giving them the name of the Aiuhorised Merchant ap- pointed to take up their Wool. _Ma^28tb, 1918. e4099 WELSH GIRLS SCHOOL, ASHFORD, MIDDLESEX. OPEN FREE SCHOLARSHIPS.—There will be an examination for Open Free Scholar- ships to above School early in J uJ;y .-F or par- ticulars apply, The Secretary, Dean Brownrigg, 12 Princes Street, Hanover Square, W.l. s5000 CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. FARMERS in possession of Mowing Machines are requested and. advised to procure Reaper Attachments to same in view of pro- bable shortage of reapers available, especially amongst Small Holders. k D. J. MORGAN, Secretary. College Street, Lampetir. s5001 MERIONETH EDUCATION COMMITTEE. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINATION TO MERIONETH SECONDARY SCHOOLS. THE Examination will be held on f-tturday, the 22nd day of June, 1918, at the follow- lowing Centres, nam-eiv Bala Boys' County School (for Boys only). Bala Girls' County School (for Giris only). Corwen Council School. Barmouth County School. Dolgelley County School (for Boys cnlv). Blaenau Festiniog County School. Penrhyndeudraeth Council SchooL Towyn County School. Corris Council School. The Examination will commence at 9.30 a.m. except at Penrhyndeudraeth, where it will commence at 10.30 a.m. Names and dates of birth of the Crndidates together with the name of the Centre sek-ctcd, should reach me, the undersigned, not later than Tuesday, the 11th dav of June, 1918. RICHARD BARNETT, Secretary to the Merioneth L.E.A. County Education Offices, Towyn, Merioneth, 3-6-18. n5004 MERIONETH EDUCATION COMMITTEE. CHEESE-MAKING TRAVELLING SCHOOL. A RRANGEMENTS have been made with the' -1 Authorities of the University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, for Classes each of a fortnight's duration to be held in Cheese- making at the following Centres, viz., Bala, Llanuwchhyn, Corwen, Llanbedr, and Towyn. Twelve pupils only can be admitted to each Class, but the Classes will be open on certain days to the public. Applications from Candidates to attend a Class-stating the Centre—must be sent to the undersigned not later than the 13th instant. "Selected Candidates'' will be advised forth- with with the date of commencing the Course. Preference will be given to educated candidates who are and have been engaged in Dairy- work. RICHARD BARNETT, Secretary to the Merioneth Education Committee. County Education Offices, Towvn, Mer. n5005 BRECON AND RADNOR ASYLUM TALGARTH, BRECONSHIRE. FEMALE ATTENDANTS. \\TANTED, at once, Female Attendants.— FOR FEMALE WARDS.—Wages, includ- ing war bonus. £ 22 4s. Od. per annum. FOR MALE WARDS.—Wages, including war bonus, JB36 4s. per annum. Both the above with board, lodging, washing, and uniform. Also £ 2 per annum as Good"Coal 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. lyOTlCE 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 and of the Countv Treasurer and other Officers of such 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 the several Officers of such Council who are hound to account at such audit are severally required to attend aud produce 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 respectivelv. AND NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a copy of the Accounts, diily made up and balanced, together with the Account Books, Deeds, Contracts, Accounts. Vouchers, and re- ceipts mentioned or referred 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.m. and 4 p.m. F. R. ROBERTS, Clerk to the County Council. Abervstwyth. May 25th, 1918. n4082 PUBLfC NOTICES « COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY & MERIONETH. AREA NO. 54. MEAT SALES ORDER. List of Gradini Centres and Dates for June, 1918. MONTCOMERYSHIRE. 1918 Time CJ8 Date. Place of Grading. Auctioneers. Grading. June. Monday 10 Fourcrosses Hall, Wateridge and Owen 10-30 a.m. Monday 10 Montgomery Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 a.m. Monday 10 Machynlleth Gillart and Sons. 11-0 a.m. Monday 10 Llanbrynmair Cooke Bros. and Roberts 1-0 p.m. lip Tuesday 11 Newtown Cooke Bros. and Roberts 10-30 a.m. Tuesday 11 Caersws Morris. Marshall and Poole 12-30 p.m. Monday 17 Welshpool Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 a.m. Monday 17 Llanidloes I Edgar Hickman 11-0 a.m. Monday 17 Llanidloes I Cooke. Bros. and Roberts 11-0 a.m. Monday 17 Machynlleth Gillart and Sons "11-0 a.m. Tuesday 18 Llanfyllin I. Hubert Watkins 10-0 a.m. Tuesday 18 Newtown Cooke Bros. and Roberts 10-30 a.m. Tuesday 18 Cemmaes Road Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 a.m. Monday 24 Four Crosses Hall, Wateridge and Owen 10-30 a.m. Monday 24 Montgomery Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 a.m. Monday 24 Machynlleth Gillart and Sons 11-0 a.m. Monday 24 Llanbrynmair Cooke Bros. and Roberts 1-0 p.m. Monday 24 Caersws Morris, Marshall and Poole 12-30 p.m. Tuesday 25 Newtown Morris, Marshall and Poole 10-30 a.m. MERIONETHSHIRE. Monday 10 Corwen Diggory and Chapman 10-30 a.m. Monday 10 Dyffryn Lloyd Jones 10-0 a.m. Tuesday 11 Bala Diggory and Chapman 10-30 a.m. Tuesday 11 Llanbedr John Davies 12-0 a.m. Tuesday 11 Towyn Morris, Marshall and Poole 12-30 p.m. Monday 17 Talsarnau John Davies 9-0 a.m. Monday 17 Maentwrog Road Station John Davies 2-30 p.m. Tuesday 18 Dolgelley W. Lloyd Jones 10-0 a.m. Tuesday 18 Corwen Diggory and Chapman 10-30 a.m. Tuesday 18 Towyn Morris, Marshall and Poole 12-30 p.m. Monday 24 Dyffryn ••• W. Lloyd Jones 10-0 a.m. Monday 24 Corwen Diggory and Chapman L" 10-30 a.m. Tuesday 25 Bala Diggory and Cliapmai3 11-30 a.m. Tuesday 25 Llanbedr John Davies 12-0 a.m. Tuesday 25 Towyn ••• ••• Morris, Marshall and Poole 12-30 p.m. The County Advisory Committees have fixed the above dates for the Grading of Cattle and Sheep in the Counties of Montgomery and Merioneth with a view to meeting local requirements. D. H. MAC. NICOLL, Live Stock Commissioner, Colwyn Bay. ALBERT S. COOKE, n4093 Chairman Area No. 54, Newtown. i