PREPAID SCALE. Urnf to Let. Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. lituations Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted, Articles Lost and Found. No, of On9 Three Six Niae Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions d. d. d. 8. d. 81 13 26 4 0 50 18 19 36 50 60 86 2 3 4 6 6 0 7 0 49 2 9 5 6 7 0 8 0 49 33 66 8 0 90 N.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. List 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. The greatest care is taken to insert advertise- ments on the date and in the position ordered as well as to secure their being correctly printed, but the Proprietors cannot be responsible for inaccuracies in either of these respects, or for any consequences arising therefrom. Every care is taken to ensure the prompt insertion 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 any specified week, or at all, and will not be liable for any loss occasioned by the failure of mi advertisement to appear in any specified week, or at all from any cause whatever Advertisements and replies are accepted only -loubject to the above conditions. 8EARCHINC. In consequence of the many requeste received for search to be made in our files, we have to state that in future a sinall fee will bo mode commensurate with the work involved. SITUATIONS VACANT. BAKERS AND CONFECTIONERS.—wanted experienced Lady Shop Assistants -State age, experience, salary required, Bendall's Villa Cross, Birmi.'ghtt'ii F-I 199 BETWEEN-MAID required early in July; JD clean, willing girl; age 16-18. Address, Mrs. H. 0. Hutchinson, Elderslie, Prestwich, Manchester. A Pj861 COOK (good plain) Wanted at once; Mer- ionethshire, country place; four in family • Hsuse-Parlourmaid kept; no dairy or washing. Wages, 226.-Address, with refer- ences, Box 323 "Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. pl874 RALPERY.-Wanted, Young Lady.—Apply, ■MJ stating experience and wages required to live out, to R. J. Lewis, Ty n-y-gongl, Anglesey. pl866 ^EXPERIENCED Parlourmaid Wanted. JCi Wages from £ 30 to £ 40, according to qualifications.—Apply, giving particulars, to Miss Davies, Treborth, Bangor. pl859 T^EMALE CLERK wanted at once; one ac- JD customed to accounts preferred.—Tomley, Solicitor, Montgomery. pl833 GARDENER wanted (male or female).— Apply, David Jenkins, Glannant, Porth, South Wales. P180,2 GENERAL Wanted, at once; good refer- ences essential; two in family; no washing. —Apply, Mrs Ernest Day, 19, The Cross, Oswestry.. GOOD Reliable Maid Wanted immediately. One fond of children.—Mrs. Vincent Evans, Jasper House, Aberystwyth pl871 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, Mont- gomery, N.W. pl700 T>RINTING.—Letterpress Machinemen, N.S., iT ineligible, 55s., constant.-Winstanlev, 26, Cable-street, Liverpool. pl815 PROBATIONERS Wanted (3) Civil and Aux- iliary Military Hospital; 54 beds.—Ap- ply, stating age, Matron, Montgomery County Hospital, Newtown, N.W. J3 j rpREE FELLERS. Labourers, accustomed J- 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 151 and 18. Owing to the -new shipping laws we are extending our colleges to help us fill these vacancies; the remuneration is from E100 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. ANTED.-Smart Youth as Billiard W Marker and to make himself useful.- Apply, stating age and references, Box 322, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl852 WANTED, Two Experienced Waggoners for hauling round timber, Government con- trolled: good wages suitable men.—Apply, Mr Constable, 4, Chapel-terrace, Criccieth. pl857 WANTED, Staff Maid, also Girl or Between- Maid; good references.—Apply, J. W. Lord, The Hydro, Aberystwyth. pl876 a, ANTED.—Cook-General.—Apply, Matron, TV Y.W.C.A. Aberystwyth. pl870 ANTED.—An apprentice to the drapery ▼ trade.—Apply Howell, Aberystwyth. pl806 WANTED, Good Plain Cook. Baking re- quired. Country.—Apply, M £ s. Parry, 50. Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. pl795 WANTED, immediately, a good Chamber- maid; also strong kitchenmaid.—Apply, Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth. pl821 ANTED.-Under-laundrymaid; comfort- able situation; good wages.—Apply, Mrs. Vaughan. Nannau, Dolgelley. pl810 WANTED.—House-parlourmaid, experienced. —Miss Fox, Maesllan, Rumney, Cardiff. pl809 WANTED.—A Housemaid-waitress.—Apply, Cross Ynyshir Hall, Glandvfi. pl800 WANTED,. at once, for a well-known drapery establishment in North Wales, experienced hands for the millinery and dress- making workrooms; also improvers for dress- making and millinery.—Apply, with particu- lars and references, Mrs. Wallis Thomas, Registry Office. Pwllheli. r>1590 TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. WANTED—A respectable youth as an apprentice to the drapery trade. Apply, Rowland Morgan, London House. Aberystwvth. pl813 XMTANTED Person to take charge of Grocery business and to look after old and infirm ledv.—Apply, Hughes, The Stores, Borth. pl839 SITUATIONS VACANT. BOOT REPAIRER.—Wanted immediately, -D first-class boot repairer: wages, either piece work or fixed.-Apply, Dicks, Bank-place, Portmadoc. pl882 GENERAL, good, required; some experience, wages, 12s weekly fare paid; reference.— Stephens, Corbett Hotel, Towyn-on-Sea. pl883 WANTED, immediately, a good working housekeeper.—Apply, stating age and experience to Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth. pi 880 WANTED, Boy about 16 used to horses and gardening; live in; good home; reference required.—Apply, Poole, 119, Malpaa-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.—A Clean General. Good wages for a trustworthy girl. References.—Ap- ply, Mrs. Howell, 2, Tydvil Place, Roath Park, Cardiff. # pl780 WANTED, June 17th, a good Plain Cook.— w Apply, Mrs. Dr. Wood, Llanbedr, S.O., Merioneth. pl798 WANTED.—Experienced Cook? also Cook- generals, Housemaids, Nurses, Between- maids, and Kitchen-maids. Excellent situ a- 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, Sheen, Hotel Plas Winton, Llandrindod Welis. 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 Houlx^maid.—Mrs. Lewes, Ahermaide, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. pl674 WANTED, Young Lady Assistant, age TV about 16, for counter.—Owen Hall Stores, Pier-street, Aberystwyth. pl877 WANTED, Young Woman for housework, also nurse-maid; live in.—Apply, Mrs. Stephens, 56, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. pl854 EX-SOLDIERS 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. SITUATIONS WANTED. WANTED situation as Plain Cook.—Apply E. Williams, Penybont Cottage, Rhydy- felin. pl825 HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. BARMOUTH.—Apartments or Board Resi- dence; l»est position; highest references. Bath, hot and cold. Good cooking and attend- ance. Magnificent views. Cader and Bay O'Farrell, Porkington, Barmouth. pl801 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" series.—One insertion, 14 words, 9d.; 22, Is.; three insertions, Is. 9d. and 2s.— "Express" Office, Brecon. pl819 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 W f-our Dodrooma, iclbout, 3 gus. Jwi week, for tjie month of August.—Apply, Box 319, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. P^850 ABERYSTWYTH. FURNISHED HOUSES. WANTED for the Summer Months a num- ber of Furnished Houses in and around Aberystwyth.—Apply, Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Hous" and Land Agents, Aberystwyth. a5013 WANTED, Sitting-Room and Three Bed- W ) oms at Machynlleth, or near, for one month from 15th August. Would like pony and trap at disposal.—Pughe, Mathavarn, Whitchurch, Glam. pl878 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, Rees, Taliesin House, Borth. pl816 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate possession Nos. 9 and 19, Queen'e-fcerrace, Aberyst- wyth; and Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold, Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Messrs. I Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. I HOUSE TO LET, 12th May next, Brynteg, Thespian-street, Aberystwyth.—Apply, 15, Terrace-road. a911 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.-Apaly, Box 321, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwvth. ) SHOP and Dwelling-House TO LET; excel-1 lent position, 1 Beach-rd., Barmouth; rent moderate i mmediate possession.—Apply, Fron- dee, Llanbadarn, Aberystwyth. pl869 TO LET, with immediate possession, The Cnstle Hotel, Llanon.—Apply, Mrs. Jones, GrueJiau, Llanon. pl865 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- I gwyn, Towyn. pl773 TO LET.—Shop and Store Room, No. 57, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth.— Apply, David Roberts and Sons, Ltd., Brewers, Aberystwyth. a4064 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. I BICYCLE, Lady's, Wanted; 21 inch; must be in good condition.—Davies-Huglies, Cric- cieth. pl790 CHIROPODY.—Don't let your feet trouble c 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 AVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Abreystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, -Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. FALSE TEETH BOUGHT—Full value by return, or offer made; or \jrite for Free Booklet, which explains clearly the value of any artificial teeth.—E. Lewis, 29, London- street, Southport, Lancashire. pl653 WANTED, Portable or Corrugated Iron Shed, about 24 x 12.—Reply, stating con- dition, and lowest cash price, to A. Coburn, Harlech. pl860 WANTED, Freehold Farming Estate, 1,000 to 3,000 Acres for immediate settlement. Tankerton, 32, Palace-road, Streatham Hill, Surrey. pl875 ANTED.-Native Round TIMBER, hard VV 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 I MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. ANTIQUE and other Household Furniture Wanted for cash.—Gibson, Old Post 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 URINITURE WANTED.—In large or small .J:1 quantities, for cash. Best prices given.- Hollywell, Furnisher, Oswestry. pl853 ) FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Etc.-Messrs. .1..1 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 "E/I~cILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Braes, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilia, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 ITWOOD.-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 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 STRAWBERRIES Wanted; any quantity. k-7 Best price given.—G. Wilkinson and Son, Aberystwyth. a5008 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. aV)01 XE7ANTED, a small dairy of Milk.—Farn- ▼ T 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 I MISCELLANEOUS TO BE aOLa. 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, 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. al2CT7 FOR SALE, Timber Waggon in good condi- tion.—Apply, Edwards, 35, Queen's-road, Aberystwyth. pl848 LEARN SHORTHAND.—All Pitman's Short- hand books, exercise books, special pens and pencils at the "Cambrian News" Stores. Any book supplied by post immediately on re- ceipt of order. No waiting. LICENSED VICTUALLERS' Spirit Stock JLJ 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 to, invalu- 0 able for country work, national service, farming, 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-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- 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. OOO MADE BY £ 5.—For fuller particulars cfcOO as to how small amounts may earn large profits, apply, Graham, Marsh, and Co., 240, High Holborn, London. pl7? PALESTINE POSTCARDS.—Real photo- JL graphic reproductions of the Holy Land, invaluable for Put day School teachers. Coloured views, only Id. each at the Cambrian News Stores. Rigooo GUARANTEED.—Wanted for Ministry Munitions.—Scrap Lead, £ 25; Heavy Wrought, Horse Shoes, Wheel Bands, £6; Steel, S5 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 TO BE SOLD BY TENDER. ABOUT 1,400 Larch Trees suitable for Pit Props and about 80 Ash, Oak, Sycamore, Alder, now growing on Plasyncrane and Aber- deunant Farms, Llanerfyl, Mont. The trees are close to good roads and are distant about 4- £ miles from the railway. Tenders to be sent! to Mrs. Humphreys, Llwynycoed, Dol- geliey, not later than June 29th, 1918. pl872 SUT I LADD TYRCHOD. I Ysgrifena John Pryce, Maesymelrch: "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 dyfeiso peth i'w lladd yn ddil-drafferth iawn. Ei enw ydvw "Molrat," mown packets Is. 6c. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddais ef yn ol y cyfarwvddyd 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 and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land and Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. Offices: 28, Terrace-road (Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth); Telephone 3 also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pl55 NEWTOWN SMITHFIELD. 1 TUESDAY, JUNE 18th, 1918. I Monthly Sale 140 STORE CATTLE, 52 COWS and CALVES, 30 DAIRY CATTLE, 300 EWES and LAMBS. Sale at 10-30 a.m. /"lOOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, Auctioneers. VJ n5042 MID-WALES TTORSE T1EPOSITORY, NEWTOWN. AX JCl) June Prize Sale. £ 50 in Prizes.- TUESDAY, JUNE 25th, 1918. Entries now received. HALL, WATERIDGE, and OWEN, JLL COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS, Auctioneers. Offices: Newtown. n4030 SALES BY AUCTION. CARD I GANSHIRE SALE OF A COMPACT FREEHOLD FARM. MESSRS. D. L. JONES, and SONS. have been instructed to Offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the BRYNAWEL TEMPER- ANCE HOTEL, TREGARON, ON TUESDAY, JUNB 18th, 1918, at I p.m., subject to Conditions of SaJo 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 and Llansantffraid, now in the occupation of Mr. Evan Rees, at the low annual rental of £14 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 Defiling House and Outbuildings, all within a short distance from the main road. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eers, Esgerhendy, Tregaron; or to Messrs. J. F. MORRIS AND SON, s5017 Solicitors, Carmarthen. NORTH TMTALES tj EPOSITORY, ▼ ▼ ll WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD and SONS invite entries for THURSDAY, Jl&Y 4th, Heavy and Light Horses. ww 20 Guineas Prizes At the June Sale 80 Horses averaged fl40. Entries close Thursday, June 27th. n5040 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 week. Note.'Goods for this Sale can be accepted now and will be Stored Free. offices:-OLD POST OEPICE CHAMBERS, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. a5018 JOHN GIBSON. (Late "CAMBRIAN VRWS") Aberystwyth. A uctioneer, A ppraiser, and House Agent. Sales of every description conducted at REASONABLE CHARGES. Goods bought or advances made tilltj sold. Prompt Settlements I Agent for The Eagle and British Dominions Insurance Company. The "All-in" Policies. ADDRESS- OLD POST OFFICE CHAMBERS TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. a869 Barmouth and District. WALTER LLOYD JONES, 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-street, or Mr. John Roberts, Rilpon. Houpe. MR. WALTER LLOYD JONES, Auctioneer and Appraiser, begs to inform the inha- bitants of Barmouth District that be 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 I attention. Enquiries solicited. No fee charged unless business results. n954 THE RICHMOND HOTEL BARMOUTH. MR. WALTER LLOYD JONES has been instructed by the Executors of the late Mr. H. Barrow Evans (junr.) to Sell by Public Auction, at the above premises, ON WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JUNE 19th and 20th, 1918 (and the following day, if necessary) THE WHOLE OF THE Household Furniture and EFFECTS of the above Well-known Pri- vate and Commercial Hotel, comprising chiefly Walnut Hat and Umbrella Stand, Pair Wal- nut Hall Chairs, Mahogany Extending Tables, Mahogany Pedestal Sideboards, Inlaid Walnut Cheffonier, Pier Glasses in Walnut and Gilt Frames, Ebonlzed Drawing Room Suite, Wicker and a large number of Bentwood Chairs, Piano in Walnut Frame, Good Gents' Bicycle,, Glass, Lustre and Japanese Vases, Eight-Day Grandfather's Oock, Antique Oak Chairs, the Contents of NINE BEDROOMS, comprising: Blankets and Bed Linen, Bed- room Suites, Brass and Iroi Bedsteads, Spring and Box Mattresses, Woo and Hair Mat- tresses, Axminster and otler Carpets; Lino- leum, Stair Carpet, Gardel Seats, Excellent Antique Oak Wardrobe and Carved Oak Chest, a large quantity of Crockery, Bedroom Ware, all Kitchen Utensils, and < large quantity of other articles too numerous to mention. Sale. to commence each dey, at 11 a.m. Terms—Strictly Cash. n5036 DANIEL I. REEl. EVANS GENERAl. AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGEJCTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention Riven to all Business. OFFICES (Open Dtfly): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth I SALES BY AUCTION. 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 Repository, Welshpool. The most careful attention is given to Sales of Agricultural Stock, Estate and il-vuse Pro- perty, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. a1 Cemmaes Road Stock Sale. THURSDAY NEXT, JUNE 20th. the Usual Large Supply of STORE AND DAIRY CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS. Further Entries solicited. Sale at, 12 o'clock. MORRIS, MARSHALL and POOLE, n5028 Auctioneers, Chirbury. South Wales Horse Sales, Carmarthen. THE NEXT HORSE SALE Will be held at CARMARTHEN On FRIDAY, 21st JUNE, 1918. 160 HORSES. PRIZES £21 AT OUR LAST SALE. 4 Cart Horses made E631. 30 Cart Horses made over E120 each. 3 Harness Horses made £202. Colte to Ells 10s. ENTRIES 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. 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 Head Mistress. n40' LANCASHIRE AND WESTERN SEA FISHERIES. NOTICE TO FISHERMEN. THE Lancashire and Western Sea Fisheries Joint Committee have received many complaints of the landing of undersized and immature sea fish, particularly flatfish, in their district. Fishermen, both amateur and pro- district. Fishermen, both amateur and pro- fessional, are advised to see that their trawl I and other nets arc. strictly in accordance with the requirements of the bye-laws and are hereby WARNED that in future proceedings will be taken in all cases of fishermen detected using nets in the above district the meshes of which are less than the size prescribed by the bye-laws. J. T. JENKINS, Superintendent. 16, Walton's Parade, Preston. 8th June. 1918. n5024 RED CROSS HOSPITAL, ABERYSTWYTH. 1918. SUBSCRIPTION LIST. MiARCH. Nil. APRIL. £ e. d. Anonymous (per F. R. Roberts, Esq.) 5 0 0 Mrs. Howell, Pantgwvn 1 1 0 MAY. Concert at Capel Bangor 9 12 5 W. T. Powell, Pendre, Capel Carnon W. T. Powell, Pendre, Capel Carnon (per J. F. Davies, Esq.) 1 0 0 Infants' School, Alexandra Road, Aberystwyth (per Miss Catherine Samuel) 1 10 0 Collection Box outside the Hospital. 1 4 91 Total 19 8 2 Previously acknowledged 28 9 10 a5025 Grand total E47 18 0 I THE LICENSING (CONSOLIDATION) ACT, l 1910. NOTICE OF PRINCIPAL MEETING. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Principal Meeting to be held pursuant to the Licensing Rules, 1910, by the Compensation 'Authority for the above area will be leld in the County Hall at Dolgelley on Tuesday, the 2nd day of July, 1918, at 12 noon. And notice is hereby also given that the Com- pensation Authority will at the meeting be pre- pared to hear with reference to the renewal of the Licence of the premises specified in the sub- joined list, all those persons to v. hom under the Licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910, they are bound to give an opportunity of being heard; that is to say, the persons interested in the licensed premises in question, and, unless it appears to the Compensation Authority un- necessary, any other persons appearing to them to be interested in the question of the renewal of the Licence of those Premises (including the Justices of the Licensing District). LIST OF LICENSED PREMISES. Name and 1 Nature Situation of of Licensee. Premises. Licence. Crots Foxes Inn. Alehbuse Jane Jamea 11 Dolgelley DAVID BREESE, Clerk to the Compensation Authority. Portmadoc, 12th June, 1918. n5041 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. SUMMER SCHOOL, AUCUST, 1918. THE TENTH ANNUAL SUMMER SCHOOL will be held for three weeks from 30th July, 1918. Instruction will be provided in the following subjects LIBRARY SERVICE.—Bibliography, Cata- loguing, Classification, Library History and Equipment, Archives, Palaeography, and Diplo- matic, Bookbinding, Commercial and Technical Libraries, Children's Libraries. HISTORY.-L-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 TFACHIX-G.-Principles of Education, Experimental Pedagogy, Schoolroom Problems, Kindergarten. PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING. For further particulars and entrance form apply to the Registrar of the College. a4083 I PUBLIC NOTICES. ABERYSTWYTH INFIRMARY AND CARDI- I GANSHIRE GENERAL HOSPITAL. I WANTED, a Matron; must be a fully- trained Nurse; salary, EC-0 per annum: knowledge of Welsh essential.—Applications to be sent in with two testimonials to the Sec- retary by June 19th. a5031 CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Harvest Labour. APPLICATIONS should be sent in AT ONCE by Farmers requiring Soldier Labour for the Hay Harvest. D. LLOYD LEWIS, Labour Officer, s5032 Lampeter. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. E. PUGHE JONES, Esquire, the District Auditor for the South Wales Audit District has appointed the Audit of the Accounts for the year ended the 31st day of March, 1918, of the Council of the above-named Borough, and of their Officers, and of any Committee appointed by the Council, whose accounts are subject to audit as part of. the Accounts of the Council to commence on Wednesday, the 3rd day of July, 1918, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, when and where the Town Clerk and also the Borough Treasurer, and the several other offi-, cers of such Council who are bound to account at such audit are severally required to attend and produce all Rate Books, Account Books.) Bills, Vouchers, and other documents contain- ing or relating to the Accounts then to be, audited, in the 'custody or power of each! person respectivelv. AND NOTICE IS-HEREBY ALSO GIVEN: that "a copy of the said Accounts, duly made up and balanced, together with all Rate Books, Account Books Deeds, Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers, and Receipts mentioned or referred to in the Accounts will be deposited in the Office of the Borough Accountant at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, and be open between the I hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m to the inspection of all persons interested, for seven clear days before the said Audit. Dated this 12th, day of June, 1918. JOHN EVANS, Town Hall, Deputy Town Clerk. Aberystwyth. a5033 ABERYSTWYTH BOROUGH FOOD I CONTROL COMMITTEE. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. ]yOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. E. A JONES, Esquire, the District1 4uditor for the South Wales Audit District has appointed the Audit of the Accounts 1 for the period ended the 31st day of March, 1918 of the above-named Food Control Committee and of any Committee appointed by them and of their officers. to commence on Saturday, I the 6th day of July, 1918, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Town Hall, Aberystwvth when and where the Executive Officer, and I the several other officers of the said Com- mittee who are bound to account at such audit, are severally required to attend and! produce all Books, Bills, Accounts, Vouchers, and other docujnefats containing or relating to the Accounts then to be audited, in the cus- tody or power of each person respectively. ) AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN. that a copy of the said Accounts, dulv made up 1 and balanced, together with all Books, Kills, Accounts, Contracts, Vouchers, and Receipts mentioned or referred to m the Accounts will be de-1 posited in my Office at the Town Hall. Aberystwyth, and be open between the hours of 1Q a.m. and 4 n.m to the inspection of all persons interested, for seven clear days I; before the said Audit. Dated this 12tb dav of June, 1918. JOHN EVANS, Executive Officer. Town Hail, J Aberystwyth. a5034 ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. E. PUGHE JONES, Esquire, the District Auditor for the South Wales Audit District, has appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the Governing Body of the Aberystwyth County School District, and of their Officers, I in respect of their receipts and expenditure, in pursuance of the Scheme under the Welsh Intermediate Education Act, 1889, or the Endowed Schools Acts, for the year ended the- 31st day of March, 1918, to commence on Thursday, the 11th day of July, 1918, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, when and ujiere several Officers who are bound to account at such! Audit, are severally required to attend and produce all Account Books, Bills, Vouchers, and other Documents containing or relating to the Accounts then to be audited, in the cus- tody or power of each person respectively. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that a copy of the said Accounts, duly made up and balanced, together with all Account Books, Deeds, Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers, and Receipts mentioned or referred to in the Accounts will be de-1 posited in my Office at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth, and be open between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m to the inspection of all persons interested, for seven clear days before the said Audit. Dated this 12th dav of June, 1918. JOHN EVANS, Clerk to the said Governing Body. Town Hall, I Aberystwyth. a50351 ) PUBLIC NOTICES. i- Cardiganshire Midsummer Quarter Sessions, 1918. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Court cf General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Cardigan will be held and kept at the Town Hall, Lampeter on Thursday, j the 4th day of July, 1918. at 11.45 o'clock in the forenoon. The Court will then proceed with the business in the following order :—(1): County Business (2), Trial Prisoners: (3), Hearing of Appeals: and on the day and on the hour above-mentioned all the Petit Jurors are requested to attend and answer their names and the Magistrates of the County are requested to cause all deposi- tions relating to cases sent for trial at these Sessions to be transmitted to the Clerk of the ) Peace on or before the 27tli day of June, 1918, I and in cases arising subsequently immediately after being taken. F. R. ROBEUTS. Clerk qf the Peace. Abervstwvth, June 8th, 1918. aSO23 MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Merioneth will be held in the County Hall at Dolgelley, in the said County, on Tuesday the 2nd day of July, 1918, at 10.30 a.m when the Grand and Petty Jurors will be called and the Court will pro- ceed to hear and determine all matters brought before them in the following order. 1.—In the trial of prisoners. 2.—In the hearing of appeals. 3.—In hearing motions and in the transaction of such other business as may be brought before the Court. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that all Grand and Petty Jurors. all person* bound by recognizance to prosecute and give evidence or surrender in discharge of their bail, and all appellants, respondents and their wit- nesses, and all persons bound by recognizance in any civil rrmeez- ing are to appear and be in attendance at the time and place aforesaid. Appeals to be heard must be entered with me not later than two o'clock in the afternoon of the day preceding the Sessions. Dated this 11th day of June, 1918. DAVID BREESE, n5029 Clerk of the Peaelh COUNTY OF MERIONETH. LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Standing Joint Committee of Quarter Sessions and County Council under Section 30 of the above Act will be held in the County Hall, Dolgelley, in the said County, on Tuesday, the 2nd day of Julv, 1918, at the hour of half-past. ten o'clock in the forenoon, when the Committee will proceed to the consideration of the busi- ness relating to the application or manage- ment of the County Stock or Rate within the iurisdiction of the Committee under Sub- Section 3 of Section 30 of the said Act, and all persons having any demand against the Com- mittee are requested to forward particulars thereof in writing to the County Treasurer at Dolpellev on or before the 29th day of June, 1918. Dated this 11th dav of June, Hn. DAVID BREESE. nS030 Clerk to the said Committee. SURPLUS POTATOES. ON March 28th the Food Controller issued a press announcement to the effect that on May 15th the Ministry of Food would purchase all sound ware potatoes, in four ton lots, in the United Kingdom, for which the grower was otherwise unable to find a market, and' that the price for such potatoes would not be less than S7 per ton for four ton lots f.o.r. The Food Controller now announces that growers who wish to take advantage of this offer must advise the Director of Vegetable Supplies. 100. Cromwell-road, S.W.7, on or before Tuesday, 18th June, of the quantity and variety of sound ware potatoes they ha've for disposal, and also give the name of the loading station and the names and addresses of dealers to whom they have unsuccessfully offered their stocks at not less than the base price. The Ministry of Food cannot accept any responsibility in regard to any potatoes, the grower of which has not complied with the above conditions, or who failed to render the statutory returp called for on April 22nd last. June 7th. 1918. Ministry of Food. a5026 NOTICE. TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED. MANOR OF GENEU'R'GLYN. COUNTY OF CARDIGAN, TO WIT. A T A COURT LEET with view of Frank- t pledge and Court Baron of Edward Johif Webley-Parrv-Pryse. Baronet, held at Taly- bont on June 8th, 1918, it was decided to per- ambulate the boundaries of 'the above Manor on the following dates:— June 17th, 1918-Glandyfi to Lluestygrafia. June 18th. 1918—Lluestygrafia to Three Horse Shoes. June 20th, 1918—Three Horse Shoes to Glan- dyfi. June 21st, 1918-Llyfnant Valley to Ceulan Valley, Clawddmynydd 22nd, 1918—Ceulan Valley to Craigy- pistyll, Clawddmynydd. All persons summoned to attend as Jury are required to do so on the dates for which they are called and all persons wishing to bring any mat tore concerning the Manor to the notice of the Court are required to do so (In any of the dates above given when the Jury will give consideration to all objections or complaints. GEORGE R. PRYSE. Captain, s5027 Steward of the Manor of Geneu'r'glyn. — ■ | .w PUBUT NOTICES- COUNTIES OF MONTGOMERY & MERIONETH. AREA NO. 54. MEAT SALES ORDER. List of Grading Centres and Dates for June, 1918. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. 1918 Time oi Date. Place of Grading. Auctioneers. Grading. June. Monday 17 Welshpool Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 Monday 17 Llanidloes Edgar Hickman 11-0 a.m. Monday 17 Llanidloes Cooke. Bros. and Roberts 11-0 a.m. Monday 17 Machynlleth Gillart and Sons 11-0 a.m. Tuesday 18 Llanfyllin Hubert Watkins 10-0 a.m. Tuesday 18 Newtown Cooke Bros. and Roberts 10-50 a.m. Tuesday 18 Cemmaes Road Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 a.m. Monday 24 Four Crosses HaJI, Wateridge and Owen 10-30 a.m. Monday 24 Montgomery Morris, Marshall and Poole 11-0 a.m. Monday 24 Machynlleth Gillart and Sons ll-O 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 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 I. Diggory and Chapman 10-30 a..m. Tuesday 25 Bala Diggory and Chapman 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.
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Births, Marriages, and Deaths. A prepaid charge of Is. 6d. is made for announcements if Births and Deaths (i"tl verse is added tlte char-g-e if 3s, id. more according to length), and 2s. 6d.-for Marriage announcements under this heading. In all cases the charge must be prepaid. BWTH8. CHEETHAM.—June 2nd, at- Thirlmere Villas, Westbourne Avenue, Rhyl, to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W. Cheetham-a son. pl879 MARRIACES. BROWNE—J ONES. —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 Mre Jones, Penygarth, Harlech, pl85f DEATHS- WILLIAMS.—June 4th, at 43, Bryngelh- terrace, Abertridwr, Hannah, dearly beloved wife of Lewis R. Willijuns, late of Erw Farm, Abergynolwyn, near Towyn. in her 35th year. pl855 IN MEMORIAM. WYNNE JONES.—In loving memory of niy ilear Ivor, died of woundb received in action at Messines Ridge, June 9th, 1917. Always loved by Grace and all at "Waver- ley," Blaenau Festiniog. pl862 Iø loving memory of my dear husband, Drummer George Fletcher, S.W.B., who was killed in action in France, June 9tb, 1917. I mourn for you dear husband, But not with outward show, For those who mourn sincerely Mourn silently and low; There is a sorrow in my heart No human eye can trace, For many an aching heart lies hid Beneath a smiling face. From his loving Wife and Family-in-law. pl864