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V ■in in. | Just Ask I Your Grocer 4 FOK SOUTH WALES j I Your Grocer FOK SOUTH WALES j t JAMS & MARMALADE 1 iSouth Wales Jam & liarmaiaje Co. | Ltd.. CARDIFF. j Ltd.. CA 1)1 FF.
Births, Marriages and Deaths. A prepaid charge of Is. 6a. is made tor announcements Births and Deaths (il a verse is added the charge i, 3$. fai. more according to length) and 2s. 6dfor Marriage MHt^ouncer/ients under this nealiim.. In all cases the charge must be^prepaid. ~e V DEATHS. WOOD.-On Monday, December 2nd, Miss Sa.rah Jane Wood, aged 27, daughter of Mr. all Mrs. Wood, of Wern, Acton, Salop, for ten years in the employ of Mr. W. H. Ward, 38, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, p2S.u RICHARDS.—Elizabeth Richards, second daughter of Mrs. Richards, Troedyrhiw, Glascrug, who passed away on Monday morn- ing. Funeral N411 take place on Friday after- noon at 2 o'clock. p2btc DAVIES—Oil the 27tn iNovembei^ Evan Emrys ;4. y Davies, of New Quay, ana Davies, Jones and Co., Shipbrokevs, 47 Mark Lane, London. p2680 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. Mrs. T. R Jones and family desire to return thanks for the kind expressions of sympathy extended to them in their sad bereavement. Woodville, Penglaise-road, Aberystwyth. Mrs. Griffith, 52, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth, desire to return her sincere thanks for the sympathy and condolence extended- to her -in her recent bereavement. p2665 J Mr. Cadwaladr Griffith and family, -28, Snow- don-street, Portmadoc, wish to ack- nowledge to all relatives and friends their sincere thanks for their kind sympathy with them in their re- cent bereavement. p2662 Captain and Mrs. J. H. Roberts, of 70, Sunbury Road, Anfield, Liverpool, desire to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expression of sympathy in their recent bereavement in the sad loss of their beloved son, Llew. p2670 Mfs. Jones, Nvthfa, Caergog, Aberystwyth, and family, desire to gratefully acknowledge the kind messages of sympathy in the death Mrs. Ann Hughes and for the 003 .uIA,,1 I' wreaths received. p2603
PREPAID SCALE Souses to Let. Houses Wanted Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. Ito. of One Three Six N'SB Word* F pberfc ou j Juaertions Ir servient J cHtrtioo8 r- —I —;— 8. d. s d. a d. s. d. 21 13 2 0 4 0 5 0 £ 8 19 3 6 5 0 6 0 85 2 3 4 6 6 0 7 0 42 29 5 6 0 .8 0 49 3 3 6 6 8 0 9 0 N.B.—If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged I, for postage of replies. for postage of replies. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Musical and other successes, 2/6 prepaid not snore than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards.
LOST in Aberystwyth, a Silver Discharge Badge (number known). Reward on re- turning same to Reliance House, Great Dark- p2679 »M)AT10H» ¥ FTP AMI APPRENTICE Wanted immediately for dressmaking, millinery, and showroom.— N. and P. John, i.0, Pier-.t., Aberystwyth, p<.Æi-¡5 BAKER Wanted at onoe, good reliable man, well up in both branches; macnine dough. State requirements.—Morris, Bakery, Llan- gollen. P _D T>K1T1SH Shipowners have decides to nave !JO only British Officers on their ships. We have therefore decided to attempt to supply their wants. If you want one ot. these -berth?, ^JOIIH! to our Colleges. We have sent out 1,UJO Wireless men in 4 years—Apply for Prospectus, Wirele-s Training College, St. Mary-street, Car- diff or Castle-street, Swansea. OOK-GENERAL Wanted; 3 in family; no j childien; private house: washing out. I Applv. Mrs. Mawddwy Jones, 32, terrace, Aberystwyth. D AIRY.-Ycting lady, 18-22, for shop; also" U Girl about 16, to help in home; fond of j children; g :od references essential. Wetah pre- ferred.-Apply, J W. Jones, Vicarage Dairy, 305, Ohurcli-r ad, Leyton, E10, London, N.E. p2637 DOMESTIC Help or Good General Wanted- age, 20-45: bright non-basement house; family 3 adults: very comfortable home; good: wages.—Swift, 6 Ay lest one Avenue, Brondesbury Park, London, N.W.6. p2&,i GENERAL WANTED; family, 2; £ 36; no washing good outings most comfortable home; fare paid—Aidridge, 6. Queen s-road, Clevedon, Som. P2^ /GENERAL Wanted; good wages and good V situation for right girl.—Write with re- ference and say wage wanted- Mrs. Bryngelli, Barmouth. OOD SPARE-TIME AGENCY.—Applica- VJT tions invited from respectable Working Men in regular employment, or Small-Estab- lished Shopkeepers, to supply Boots, Suits, Drapery, Watches, and Jewellery for cash or credit. Commission4 highest paid. Men liber- ally supported with samples; no outlay—Apply .Freeman, Contractors, H.M. Government, Lavender Hill. London. P TtJTRS BEAZLEY, Eastham, Cheshire, requires single handed Cook after Christmas; three other maids kept.. ? MET4.L MINERS.—Wanted Machine Men and Labourers.—Apply nearest Employ- ment Exchange or direct to Manager, Van i., Mines Llanidloes. Mont. TfcEOUIRED, General and Housemaid Wait- R res? at once .-Apply, Buckley Arms, NURSES Wanted ic medi- to 21, well educated for two years training, civilian and military ho:rital; salary, £ 14 and £ 16 with uniform .-Apply, with names for reference, to Matron, District Gen- eral Hospital, Newbury, Berks. p2607 PRINTERS.—Welsh Jobbing Comp, able to read proofs, 51 hours, £ 3 10a. (including War Bonus). Also comp-macliinist.-Davies v.1 Ri, -Fl,1 a,- p2538 &o:J"I. TJ ABBIT CATCHERS WANTED—Two Ex- it perienced Trappers at. once, by couple or weekly wage; all tackle found.-Apply, Sand- ers, Edevrn, Carnarvonshire. J* i TREE" FELLERS, Labourers, accustomed round timber hauliers (with or without own horses); trees purchased anywhere. C. Jennings and Co., Ltd., Saw Mills, Aberayron. WANTED in Cardiff, September 12th, good House Parlourmaid, or General Servant. —Apply by letter to Miss Richards, at Peniarth Arms Hotel, Mallwyd, S.O., Merionethshire. i*aflyrAlSfTKO. WASTE PAPER, all kinds for cash, at a half-penny per pound. Lipfcrot, The Laundry, Mill-street, Aberystwyth. „ p295 WANTED, Good General, small family; fare paid.—Apply, Mrs. Sully, Wembdon Badvr. near Cardiff. p2508 "%j £ rANTED, Good General Servant for pri- W vate house; two in family—Apply, Ty Hedd. Nortb-road, Aberystwyth. p2414 WANTED for Hoylake, Cheshire, Nurse- Housemaid: three children 1 and baby; another maid kept; highest references indis- pensable; £ 20—Apply, Mrs. Rees, 20, Drum- mond-road, Hovlake, Cheshire. p2537 WANTED Superior Girl, General Maid comfortable home, and liberal outings; salary, £ 20; fare paid.—Miss Evans, 111, Hands- worth'Wood Road, Birmingham. p2542 WANTED, immediately, a Capable General TT Servant: good wages to suitable girl.— Mrs. D. Evans. Anwylfa, Banadl-road, Aber- ystwyth. p2640 rVXTANTED, an Experienced Good Cook- ?general. Age about 30 to 35 or 40. Good references indispensable; three in family; house parlourmaid and between-maid p", kept. SVagw, M.-Apply, Mrs. Lawford, 'fctrrthwnog, DolgeUsy- p2633 WANTED, Cook General: easy post and comfortable home, another maid kept. «*larv required.—Miss Evans, 111, Hands- -^«^>Pood Road, Birmingham. p2673 iM^itNTED.—A Smart Girl.—Apply, Aberyst- wyth Steam Laundry. p2677 ANTED, a well-educated youth as 5w>rentice to learn the trade.—Bradleys, (XS&tters. Aberystwyth. p2627 CSiauffeur-Sardener, married, no t"" hiJdn to live in Lodge.—Apply, Roberts, Broa&eW&, Llandre, Aberystwyth. p2621 I SmlA TIONS VACANT. CCOLLECTOR Canvassers, Ladies Wanted in J each district; very good wages.-(ireen- balgh, Liversidge, Milnsbridge, Huddersiield. p2560 DAIRY Refreshments Cook and Young Woman Wanted, to assist; good wages; comfortable home; railway fare paid.—Apply, Mandeville Davies, Ltd., James-street, Oxford- street, London, W.l. p2561 IMMIGRATE NOW. Now is the time to go to the new countries. Freer life, greater op- portunities. Canada, Ell 10s.; Australia, £.t6 17s. 6d.; New Zealand, JS42 17s. 6d.-All parti- culars, "Cambrian News," Emigration Depart- ment, Aberystwyth. GENERAL Servant wanted, at once; small family; good wages to a reliable girl.— Alfred C Harvey, Watchmaker, 54a, King- street, Carmarthen. p2614 HAULIER WANTED with own team to haul pit props from Penrallt to Llanilar Station, —Apply Box 431, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p2655 WANTED, at once, General for kitchen.— W Apply, Davies, Royal Ho1 Barmouth. "W. p2606 WANTED, after Cviri:i:i.v-<. House Parlour- maid, three in :iuy; coo.-c and house- maid kept.—Mrs. Beazley, Eastham, Cheshire. p2609 WANTED, Capable Servant.—Apply, Mrs. L.oyd, Vicarage, Llanilar, Aberystwyth. p2592 WANTED a Young Girl as General.—Apply, Talbot Hotel, Aberystwytk. A-,N-TED.-Good sound Wintering for W about 100 Lambs; good price. Apply, Pryse, Pantdrain, Llangurig. p2550 WANTED, Capable Cirl for house.—Apply, stating age and wages required, to Mrs. 0. R. Wilkinson, 8, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. a441 WANTED at once a Good Auctioneer's Cierk; Welsh-speaking preferable.—Apply Parry and Sons, Auctioneers, Carnarvon. p2613 ANTED.-Girl about 18 for housework and TV assist in shop.—Apply, Jones, 77, North- parade, Aberystwyth. tr p2681 Wf ANTED, Man accustomed t.Q hQra^'wrffl all VV farm work; house and garden if necessary. —A nvilv Hafodawelon, Tvhen, Aberystwyth. p2678 APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET. FURNISHED HOUSE (or part) TO LET^ winter months; Castle neighbourhood terms moderate.—" L." "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p2564 TO LET.—Aberdovey six miles, Machynlleth four, Village half-mile; Gentleman's Cot- tage; 5 bed, 3 sitting-rooms, stabling, etc., bath, h. and c.; rent, unfurnished £ 35; fur- nished 52; land can be retited.-Tlii-ustoil, Pennal, Machynlleth. p26 HOUSES WANTED. WANTED. Well furnished front sitting room and bedroom with attendance, married couple and baby; promenade pre- ferred. State lowest terms inclusive for perm- anency.—Box 430, "Cambrian News," Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. p2647 WANTED to rent or purchase, in Bar- mouth or neighbourhood, unfurnished] house, about 5 bedrooms, 2 sitting rooms, bath room, modern conveniences.—Lloyd, Penymynydd, Montgomery. p2631 WANTED, Sm-11 Furnished Hc.r-e in Aber- ystwyth until end of April next; bath- room, h. and c., and indoor convenances. Applv, Box 433, "Cambrian Nyws, Ab^r;t" v.-yth. P2671 TO BE LET OR SOLD. BARMOUTH.—No. 8, Porkington Terrace To b^ i.i^T or SOLD; Freehold; 13 bedrooms, 4 recept011 rooms; kitchen and pantry; li. and c. bath, from March 25th, 1919.-Apply to C. Roberts, Ironmonger, Barmouth. p2520 rjpO LET, near Hala, id Good Upland Farms, X with Sheepwalks; moderate rent; vacant 25th March.—Apply, "B," "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. n424 TO LET. TO .LET TO LET.—Three or four rooms, v.nfurnished, low rent, nice house ;!n 28 Pier-street, Aberystwyth—Apply, Lewis, 69/70, East-street, Southampton. p2685 TO BE SOLD (by Private Treaty)—The Free- hold Properties in the High Street, Port- madoc, called The Bryna.wen Inn and The Britannia Inn. These dwellings coulcN pro- fitably converted into Shops or Offices.-Apply, R. Price Lewis, Poitmadoc n446 HOUSES TO LET, with lrumediate possession No. 9, 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. MACHYNLLETH. TO BE LET from the 12th of November, House and Shop in Penrallt-street, now in the occupation of Mrs Roberts.—Apply to Mr Rd. Rees, Paris House, Machynlleth, or Mr Ed. Rees, Caersws. n301 TO BE LET OR SOLD. CAERLEON HOUSE, VICTORIA TERifACE, ABERYSTWYTH. Faces Sea- 26 Rooms; 2 Bath-Rooms. Suitable for School or Boarding-House. Rent lowered for the duration of war. FARMS TO LET. Bryniau Brithion, Pentrevoelas, tws-y- Coed.—Area, 234 acres, and a Sheepwalk. Vacant 25th MBFch; 1919. For further particulars apply to George Bovill, Voelas Estate Office, Bettws-y-Coed. n4 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. I BARLEY Straw Chopped for horses, 3 tons Wanted; also To Hire Straw Baler for week.-Wilkes; Bryngelli, Barmouth. p2639 CHIROPODY.—Don't let your feet trouble c you, have them attended to by a "Foot Specialist" for ;) 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, Abreystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvas, Pewfer, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc Best cash prices given. FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, Etc.—Messrs. S. AatdB9MPi%»n, Ltd., Qastle-square, Carnarvon, awfpr^mWd to purchase large or small quantitlWMof J&Hfrniture, Bedsteads, and other household ejects. Highest prices given. "lt/ftlLQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought 1Y1 and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 WANTED.—Old Oak Dresser with back shelves, drawers, etc. Also Old Oak Settle. Price, etc.-A. Cox, 6, Trinity-street, Hastings. p2654 MOLESKINS, Rabbits, Feathers, Horsehair, Etc., WANTED. Send for prices.—H. Stuart and Co., Albion Buildings, Aldersgate- street, London, E.C.I. MOLE, Fox, Otter Skins Wanted. Must be stretched and air-dried. Any quantity taken. Top prices. Cash by return. Send at once to Dept. 32, W. M. Cohen, 6 and 8, Emerald-street, London, W.C.I. p2527 NEW LAID EGGS. Be wise, send your eggs, old hens, rabbits, etc., to Practical Sales- men in your business for Full Market Value and Cash Daibte-rlfeat Farmers Co-operation Borough ItjfcitodoB. S.E. Bankers, London Co\i?tyF '$elegrams: Unfriended, Lon- don- V p2021 QCRAP IRON, Steel, Metals, Obsolete Plant, 0 Urgently Required for Reconstruction Pur- poses. Help your country by clearing all stocks. Thos. W. Ward, Limited, Albion Works, Shef- field, will purchase, dismantle, and remove. SHEEP RUN.—Wanted to purchase aboat 1,000 acres, freehold, in Montgomeryshire or Cardiganshire.—Offer, giving situation, area, and price to Box 428, Office of this paper. I MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. -| qi Q DIARIES.—Call to see our selection of Pocket and Office Diaries for 1^19,' and purchase before it is too late. Prices rang- ing from 9d. upwards. Cambrian News" Stores, Terrace Hoad, Aberystwyth. EGG LABELS.—Inch letters on a bright red ground. Lowest possible prices.—" Cam- brian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. brian News" Stores, Aberystwyth. FOR SALE, in excellent condition, Sextant, by Cary, London, in Mahogany Case. — Apply, "Mariner," "Cambrian News," Aber- ystwyth. p2547 FARMERS requiring the best quality Short- horn, Dutch and Hereford Rearing Calves should write for price list to Frank Dobie, [Littleton, Chester. p2153 ELECTRIC Flash Lamps, Torch Lamps, Bat- teries, Bulbs, Petrol Lighters, Cigarette Lighters, Wheels, Flints, Springs, Wick; lists frea.—Gorton, 26, Snow Hill, Birmingham. p2653 FURS, £ 10 10s., fashionable Black Set, whole skins Tango Stole and latest round Muff, new two months ago. Approval willingly. Accept S3 13s. 6d.—Belmont, 3, Aubert Park, Highbury Park, N. s277 ARTHENWARE and China, Largest, Cheap- 2.j est and Best Variety, Hawkers and Shops; assorted crates, B12 10s.—Write for free lists, Regent Fine Art Pottery Co., Hanley, Staffs. p236S FOR SALE, Shorthorn Calves for rearing.— James, Cilwnwg, Felinfoel, Llanelly. FOR SALE.—A Muling Pair, Cock Linnet, Hen Canary. Any guarantee given as proved mulers. Price and particulars.—Rich- ards, Red House, Barmouth. p2666 GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restor- ative. Contains nothing injurious and is bene- ficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price Is. 6d. (postage, 6d. extra). Manufacturers, G. W. Harrison, Hair Special- ist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aber- LADY'S Handsome Imitation Coney Seal Coat; perfect condition; 95/ worth £ 7. Seen any time.—Write Box 434, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p2674 LEARN SHORTHAND.—All Pitman's Short- hand books, exercise books, special pens e and penciis at the "Cambrian News" Stores. Any book supplied by post immediately on re- ceipt of order. No waiting. I PULLETS AND DUCKS, fine laying strains, March,1918,hatched laying. 10s. 6d. each, B6 dozen. Hints and lists free.-Hummell, Stratford. Essex. p2582 SMALL ELEOrRTC LIGHT SET FOR SALE. Dynamo, Slate Switch Board and 27 Accu- P mutators Cells in first class condition.—Box No. 1432 "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p2664 THREE DERRICK POLES, 40 ft. long, 12 dia.; capital condition; in North Wales.-Appiv, Leamore Brick Company, Wal- sail. p2559 PIG MEALS.—A few tons for immediate deli- very.—Apply, Hartley, Queen-st., Aber- ystwyth. ystwyth. RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reli- able" Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, 6d., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemsts. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33 Terrace-rd., Aberystwyth. RABBIT NETTING.—Long Field Nets, lines complete, also Purse and Ferret Nets, and special Netting Twine; list free.—E. Parnall and Co., Netting Works, Bedminister, Bristol. SEED WHEAT.—Little Joss; Standard Red; Benefactor, etc.—Hartley, Grain Mer- chant, Aberystwyth. SULPHATE of Ammonia; Basic Siag; Super- phosphates. Prompt and forward deli- very.—Particulars from Hartley, Queen-street, Abervstwyth. Abervstwyth. FALSE" TEETH BOUGHT.—Full value by return, or offer made; or write for Free Booklet which explains clearly the value of Booklet which explains clearly the value of any artificial teeth.—E. Lewis, 29, London- street, Southport, Lancashire. pl653 VALUABLE RECIPE for making Overcoats, Dust Coats, etc., waterproof; easy method.—Is. lid., Aven (Dept. 5), Publisher, 40, Wells-street, Riversde, Cardff. p2580 USERS of Karswood Harmless Poultry Spice are getting double the egg; they did before. Packets, 2i,d., 71d., 1/3, from E. P. Wynne and I Son, 7, Pier-street. Aberystwyth. p2644 BUT I LADD TYRCHOD Ysgrifena Jotm Pryce, Maesymerch: "Blintd j ni acw gan dyrcnod, cjnyddent bob blwyddyn, fpl vr oedd y tir a golwg ddifrifol arno, ac yr oedcl amaf gywilydd ohbno ond olywaia fod j Mr. Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, wedi dyfelsio peth i'w lladd yn ddi6dragerth lawn. Ei euw ydyw "Molrat," mewn packets Is. 6c. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddala ef yn ol y cyfarwyddyd am ben pryfaid genwair, a rboddsjs y rhai hyny yn lVwybr y twrch. Ni ohododd y twrnn mwv. DrueeM n771 BOUNTIFUL HARVESTS A few pence per acre spent on CORVUSINE D.G. The Original Non-poisonous Liquid Seed Dress- ing will mean POUNDS EXTRA PROFIT in I the Harvest. No drill clogging. It keeps away pheasants, rooks, pigeons, other birds and vermin from cornfields. Labour is scarce. With Corvusine there will be no need for trouble- some bird-minders. Prevents premature ground rot, a smut dressing. Gives high percentage germination with strong seedling plants. Stocked and sold bv all SEEDSMEN, CHEMISTS, and IRONMONGERS. If any difficulty .:n obtaining, write giving name and address of your Seedsman, Chemist, Manufacturers Hawker and Botwood, Ltd., 59 or Ironmonger. Mark Lane, London, EX.3. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. WANTED.-Good Old Oak Dresser; also TV Oak Settle.—Particulars, price, etc., to A. Cox, 6, Trinity-street, Hastings. p2632 WANTED, Hire of Typewriter. Smith Premier No. 10 preferred.—Address, John W. Brown, Ty Hedd, North-road, Aberystwyth. WANTED urgently, 100,000 doz. Rabbit Skinsv 1,000 Tons Horse Hair, Household and Knacker Bones,'100 Tons Cocoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of unsaleable stocks, viz.. Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, Chincnards, Bags, Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, led Rangoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas. Saltfish, H-rrmgs, Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every clescripl ion, Empty Cases, Carbide Tins, Haste Motor Oil. Offer me anything which appears useless. Also all kinds machinery.-Tlaomas Horton, Jovern- ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil. r2526 WANTED, always, stretched and dried Mole Skins. Largest and Oldest Buyer in England. 50s. hundred through offered. Rabbit skins, 4d. each best, spot cash, no twisting.— Thomas Price, Wholesale Furrier, Harewood House, Cardiff. p2571 MR. JOHN PUGH AUCTIONEER. VALUER, and ESTATE AGENT, (Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act), HAS TAKEN INTO PARTNERSHIP Mr. John Page Thomas, OF PANTMAWR, DEVIL'S BRIDGE. The business will be carried on under the style of J. PUGH & THOMAS Sales and Valuation will be undertaken of all kinds of PROPERTY. FARMING STOCK, FURNITURE. ETC, upon reasonable terms with Prompt Settlement Office Opened DAILY at CENTRAL CHAM- DEBS, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. Private Address:— SALES BY AUCTION. South Wales Horse Sales, Carmarthen. THE NEXT HORSE SALE will be held at CARMARTHEN ON FRIDAY, 20th DECEMBER, 1918. Prizes £21. ENTRIES ABSOLUTELY CLOSE ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12th, after whicn NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Schedules, Entry Forim, and Prize Lists can be obtained of the Auctioneers— CAVES and MESSRS. HOWELL THOMAS, St. Mary's Auction Mart, s438 CARMARTHEN. 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 PIER PAVILION, ABERYSTWYTH. MONDAY and TUESDAY, December 16th an-.1 and 17th, 1918, Commencing Each Day at 12 o'clock. IMPORTANT TWO DAYS' SALE of a Portion of the FURNISHINGS of ABERMAIDE MANSION, Aberyetwyth (Removed for convenience of Sale). Catalogues, 4d. each, (may be obtained from the Auctioneers, '1 MESSRS. COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, lT.i. F.A.I., Aberystwyth; or at their Office, Newtown and Llanidloes. a437 COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. PARISH OF CEMMAES. MESSRS. GILLART and SONS are instructed by the Executor of the late Mrs. Jane Evans to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the WYNNSTAY HOTEL, MACHYNLLETH, On SATURDAY, 21st DECEMBER, 1918, at 3 p.m. (subject to conditions), the Valuable and Compact Freehold Farm known as BRYNGLAS," situate in Cwm Taf- olog, about 3 mites from Mallwyd, in the occu- pation of Mr. Richard Roberts as yearly tenant. The property, which is, provided with a stone- built Dwelling-house and suitable set of Out- buildings, includes a number of useful grass and arable fields near the homestead, with adjoining Friths, the whole embracing an area of about Ma. lr 6p., together with the Right of Sheep- walk belonging thereto aVid containing 71a. 2r. Op. or thereabouts. There is a quantity of very marketable grow- ing Timber on the property, which will be in- cluded in the sale. For further particulars apply to EDMUND GILLART, Esq. Solicitor: or the AUCTION- EERS, both of Machynlleth. n454 GILLART AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS. AND SURVEYORS. MACHYNLLETH. AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber, Etc., undertaken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Trans- fer, Mortgage, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and PLANS prepaid. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected. Property Owners advised in regard to the Provisional Valuations of their properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and lands to let, for Sale by Private Treaty. t960 Goods Stored, Cash Advanced or Goods Bought Outright. I JOHN GIBSON, Auctioneer, Old Post Office Chambers, ABERYSTWYTH, is fixing his Dates of Sales for the coming season and will be glad to call jpn clients to suit their convenience. Prompt di Careful Attention io all Business. 1 Immediate Settlements. BaripoUth and District. WAL^ER iAOYD 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 Roberta, Ripon Howe. I SALES BY AUCTION. DAXIEL I. REES & KVAHB GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. BOUIB AND ESTATE AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth Talybont Mart. GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.SO o'clock. DAN'SL I. REES and EVANS, a240 Auctioneers. WERNDEG, PONTERWYD. MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS, who are favoured with instructions from Mrs. Anne Morgan (who is letting the Farm). will Sell by Auction, as above, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20th, 1918 7 HEAD OF CATTLE; 50 WELSH EWES; 12 EWE LAMBS; Useful Farming Imple- ments; Dairy Utensils; Part of House- hold Furniture; Several Tons of Hav and Un- threshed Corn. ^Light Refreshments provided. Sale at 2 o'clock prompt. Six Months Credit on sums above £ 2 subject to the usual conditions, a449 Aberystwyth Auction Mart T\ L. JONES, F.A.I., AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS, THE NEXT MART SALE will be held MONDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1918 All Stock to be on the Premises at 10 a.m. Large Stock of all classes of Cattle .are already in hand. Also large number of Store Sheep have been entered. The Grading of Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs as usual. s457 PUBLIH-C OTIcts- MERIONETH AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS. FARMERS desiring the release of PIVOTAL MEN in AGRICULTURE serving OVER- SEAS—as well as of men under training in the country-for TWO MONTHS furlough, should make immediate application to me, the under- signed, for Form F.P./71/L2. Intimation should also be furnished forth- with, giving names and particulars of men serving in Agricultural Companies in other Counties, who are desirous of returning to their county of origin. Dated this 2nd day of December, 1918 R. ROBERTS JONES, Executive Officer. St. Ann's Chambers, Barmouth. n452 PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION, 1918. PARLIAMENTARY COUNWY OF MERIONETH NOTICE OF Election of Member TO SERVE IN PARLIAMENT FOR THE COUNTY OF MERIONETH. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the under- mentioned person has been duly elected to serve as Member for the said County of Merioneth in Parliament:— Rank, Profession. Surname. Other Names. Abode. or Occupation. Jones Henry Haydn Pmtyneuadd, Merchant Towyn (Signed) ROBERT DXlfES EVANS, Eetuning Officer. Dated this 4th day of December, 19i8 n451 NURSE-MIDWIVES FOR MONTGOMERY- SHIRE. THE Montgomery County Nursing Associa- tion requires (immediately) PROBATION- ERS to train for above appointments. One year's training in Midwifery, General District Nursing, Infant Welfare Work, etc., and four years' service on district. Cost of training, including Board, Uniform and Railway Fares defrayed by County Nursing Association. Minimum salary when appointed to district, R78 per annum, with uniform. Age 21-35. No previous training necessary.—Application forms from the Secretary, Emeet C. Morgan, Crown | Chambers, Newtown. n43. CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. URGENT NOTICE TO FARMERS. A LIMITED number of Farm Hands on HOME SERVICE only, are now to be released on two months' Ploughing furlough. Forms of application for any special man re- quired can be obtained from D. LLOYD LEWIS, Labour Officer, s434 Lampeter. MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Merioneth County Council will be held at the County Hall at Dolgelley, on Thursday, the 12th day of December, 1918, at 10-30 a.m., and the Council will thereupon proceed to the consideration of the business relating to the Assessment, Appli- cation, and Management of the County Stock, or Rate, and all other County Business, pursu- ant to the 15 and 16 Vict., cap. 81. Dated this 12th day of November, 1918. DAVID BREESE, n397 Clerk to the Council. THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL AND UNION BANK OF ENGLAND, LTD, WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE AT r TALYBONT ON THURSDAYS From 11-2.30. a447 Pianos. WONDERFUL BARGAINS now on effer by W well known British makers 'n politically new condition, returned by hirers i: ".€ to the front. List free.—Thompson and Sbackell, Ltd., 25, Queen-st., Cardiff, and at Swansea, New- port, Bristol, Pontypndd, Bridgend, Ebbw Vale, Bargoed, Chepstow, Llanelly, 23, St. Mary-st., Cardiff. This opportunity should not be lost, 810 SALE8 BY AUCTION. MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, and Arbitrators. ———— PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK conducted ZT, « Montgomery, Welshpool, Caersws, Bishop e Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cenyriaes Road, Llanfair Caer- Llanbadarn, Craven Arms, Ludlow, *Ur Knighton, Towyn onthly Horse Sales at Mon tgomerjshire Repository, Welshpool. The most careful attention is given to Bales of Agricultural Stock, Estate and House Pro- perty, Timber ajid Antique Furniture. A .^ttscrality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. a821 Sale of the Valuable Estate Situate about Five Miles from Abervetr wyth and Tkres from Dew Strt-et Station, on the Cambrian Railways, containing: 493 ACRES 2 ROODS 38 POLES or thereabouts, comprising the following DE&IRABLE STOCK FARMS, "COED GRIFFITH," "CLAWDD MELYN," and "BROGYNIN," with a COMMODIOUS and WELL-BUILT RESIDENOl standing on an undulating Site in its own Grounds and approached by Carriage Drive, also SEVERAL SMALL HOLDINGS, 31 FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES AND REVERSIONS, comprising the Village* of Salem, Penrhiw- Newydd and LJwyn Prysg, which TLJESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND instructed to Sell by Auction the LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 9th. Further particulars from t.he Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire, or Messrs. LAYTON, SON and CALDER, Solicitors, 9, Fenwick Street, a420 Liverpool. Machynlleth Stock Sales. "VTESSRS. MORRIS AND MARSHALL and GILLART AND SONS will hold their NEXT MONTHLY SALE OF STOCK, On MONDAY, 9th DECEMBER, 1918. 100 DAIRY and STORE UATTLE; about 300 SHEEP; aDd a number of CART W HORSES and COBS. Entries are solicited. n439 SALE OF THE COED GRIFFITH and BRONG /MN ESTATES Situate near Bow Street and 6 Aliles from Aberystwyth, ON MONDAY -NEXT, DECEMETR 9th at the LION HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, at 2.30 ■\TORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, Auctioneers. a42C THE NEXT SALE at the WELSHP60L REPOSITORY 200 Horses. of all Classes will be held on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13th. £96 in Prizes. NOTE.—Licences to Sell Horses are po longer required. Full particulars on application to the Auctioneers. Entries close on Monday, 9th December CAVES and MORRIS, MARSHALL 'AND POOLE, Welshpool and Birmingham. a423 PUBLIC NOTICES. CARDIGANSHIRE AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of Tractor Representath e for the County of Cardigan. Salary, E200 per annum. Fuel and Motor vehicle for travelling supplied by Committee. Must be a whole-timer p.nd resident in the county. Applications to be sent to the undersigned not later than the 14th of December, 1918. SECRETARY, College Street, s444 Lampeter. PARLIAMENTARY COUNTY OF CARDlC REPRESENTATION OF THE PEOPLE ACT, 1918. HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that a copy of the Register of Electors of the above County is open to inspection at my Office, 50, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth, at any time during office hours and that copies of the part of the Register relating to any registration unit are open to inspection during business hours at the Post Office in each registration unit. Dated this 19th dav of November, 1918. EVAN EVANS, a427 Registration Officer. PARLIAMENTARY COUNTY OF MERIONETH. GENERAL ELECTION, 1918. I HEREBY, pursuant to the provisions of the 46th and 47th Victoria Cap. 51 Section 24, GIVE NOTICE that Henry Haydn Jones of Pantyneuadd, Towyn. has caused me to be notified that he is a Candidate at the forthcom- ing Election for the above-named County and also that he has appointed Rowland Guthrie Jones to be his Agent at such Election, and that the Office or place to which all claims, writs, summons, and documents with regard to the said Election may be sent is Finsbury Square, Dolgelley. Dated this 3rd day of December, 1918. DAVID BREESE, Acting Returning Officer. Dolgelley. n450 Pu'BLiC NOTICES GENERAL ELECTION, 1918. CARNARVONSHIRE COUNTY PARLIA- MENTARY ELEOflON. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY Dl v 1 Slurs OF CARNAR\ ONSriliiE. Morfa Lodge, I Portmadoc, I 25th November. 1918. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—1 respectfully oiler my services as your representative in the House of Common^ at the torthcommg Election. I have been a Member of the Executive Council of the Welsh National Liberal Federa- I tion for the past twenty-five years, and Hon- orarv Treasurer of that body for the last fifteen years. I have also served for over twenty-five years on the Executive Committee I of the Eivion Liberal Association, and occupied the position of chairman. I have also sat en » the Board of Governors of the Welsh National Library, and other Welsh National Institu- tions. Whilst I am thus a convinced Liberal. of pronounced National sympathies, I am firmly assured that the grave problems with which the country is now faced cannot be dealt with on party lines. It is vital that the National Unity which has brought victory in the War should be maintained until the foundations of National and International reconstruction have been securely laid. It is essential that the present Coalition Government, with Mr. Lloyd George at its head, should be maintained in office, and I undertake, if elected, to give it loyal and un- swerving support not only in prosecuting the War to its final end. and to effect peace on the basis of the terms defined by President Wilson,—and adopted subject 'tt. certain modi- fications, by the Allies,—but to deal imme- diately with the many-sided problems of re- construction which have now arisen on the hues indicated by Mr. Lloyd George in his letter of November 2nd, to Mr. Bonar Law, and in the joint manifesto of Mr. Lloyd George and Mr. Bonar Law to the Electors of Great Britain and Ireland. "e I believe that the peace settlement must be such as to guarantee the liberty and freedom of all Nations, large and small, and to afford them protection for their peaceful development by the establishment of a league amongst them to prevent, so far as is humanly possible, any recourse to armed force in the adjustment of t International differences in the future. There is the most urgent and imperative need for improving the physical conditions cf the people of this country, through .better housing, and working conditions and by in- creased wages based upon a higher standard of comfort and living, and a limitation of the hours of labour is essential to the health of the people. Amongst the most pressing of the problems of reconstructs n is that in connection with the demobili-ation and re-settlement of our iSoldiers and Sailors returning to civil life is the duty of the State to afford them financial assistance in setting them up afresh in busi- ness at home, or if they so wish it. abroad^ In this matter their wishes should be ascertained and Schemes formulated for their assistance. (The claims of men and women disabled by ser- vice in the War should be recognised by the State. whose duty it is to bear the burden. No appeal on charitable grounds can be deemed sufficient to relieve the State of its responsibility in this respect. I am convinced that very drastic reforms are necessary to assure in the National interest the prosperous development of the natural re-, sources of this country by the organisation on fair, but not unreasonable, terms, of land and water for the purposes of Transport, Housing, Allotments and Water Power. Tenant Farmers should have security of t-enure and protection from disturbance with full compensation for improvements and legis- lative effect should be given to the recommend- ations of the Royal Welsh Land Commission of 1894-6. It is of supreme importance that the Agricultural production of the country should be promoted by the encouragement cf education and research in Agricultural Science, and by measures that will tend to increase the popula- tion engaged on the land. In Industry there should be fostered a fuller bond of sympathy and community of interests between employers and their workers, and the" » latter should be afforded extended opportuni- ties for determining the conditions that effect their own lives and labour. The establishment of Industrial Councils will do much to secure improved relations between employers anr employed. As a consistent supporter of Women's Sufi- rage during the past twenty-five years, I re- joice in their inclusion in the rights of citizen- ship but the restriction as to age in their qualification for the vote must be removed at the earliest moment and all barriers to their arlmi<sion to the professions should be also re- moved. On the question of Temperance Reform, I am prepared to support legislation for the curtail- ment of the manufacture and output of intoxi- cating liquors, and the adoption of the princi- ple of local option, with reasonable compensa- tion to the interests affected; I believe that such action, coupled with better conditions of living and restrictions on excessive hours of labour, will tend to promote the health, vitality and happiness of all classes of the community. I consider it expedient that the House of Commons should be relieved of its excessive burden of work by the devolution of local business to Wales and Scotland, as well as to Ireland. Mr. Fisher's great Education Act marks an epoch of rich promise for the future. and it only remains to carry the National system to its logical completeness by abolishing all tuition fees. There should be no Toll-Gate on the road to knowledge. The intimate experience I have had for many years past with the conditions relating to Slate Quarrying in North Wales, will, I hope, qualify me to further the best interests of this im- portant Industry. I cannot conclude this profession of my political faith without a reference to my in- ability—except in halting accents—to speak my native language. It is a sorrow and a, hind- rance for which I can only in part atone by passionate love for the land and institutions of my fathers, and for the cherished sentiments and aspirations of my fellow countrymen, to whose service I have endeavoured to give of my best in public life. Should you honour me by electing me to Par- liament I pledge myself faithfully to sustain our great Premier and his Government in deal- ing with the grave problems which confront them.—Your obedient servant, n453 CHARLES E. BREESE. NOTICE TO FISHERMEN (DEFENCE OF THE REALM (CONSOLIDATION) REGULATIONS. 1914.) South-Western Area-Portland Bill Westwards to Bardsey Island. WITH reference to paragraph 3 <i) of Notice to Fishermen (Defence of the Realm (Consolidation) Regulati ons, 1914) of 9th August, 1918, the fol- lowing alteration of prohibited area is notified:- On the North by the line joining the following places and points:— Skerries Bell Buoy to position latitude EQ°20'N., longitude 3°29'W; thence to a point 2 miles East (true) of Berry Head; thence to a position latitude 50°30'N.. longitude 3^25 Start Bay is closed to fishing. CECIL F. TRURSBY. Vice-Admiral. CommeiMtei-in-Chief. Plymouth, and Competent Naval Authority. 20th November, 1918. a443