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Births. Marriages and Deaths. A prepaid charge < Is. 6a s made tor announcements Births and Deaths (if a verse is added the charge is II. M. more according to length) and 2s. (td.jor Marriage mtuumttcements under this Heading. In all cases the charg: must be prepaid. „ BIRTHS DA VIES.—April 12th, to Captain and Mrs Cradoc Davies, Basilea, Pwllheli, a son. p3314 FOHTHGOMING MARRIACE. Mr. L. FRED DAVIS and Miss LEONARD DA. VIS: The marriage' arranged between ^r. Lewis Frederick Davis, eldest Bon of Mr. and jars. Fred L. Davis, Hangmocrr, Virginia, Water, and Carv Wenonah, eldest daughter of the late Miles Leonard Davis and Mrs. Leonard Davis, 18, Albert Hall Mansions, S.W., and North Wales will take place at All Saints Church, EtSJr" L.dA on Tu-dV, April 29th, at 1-45 P-m-. where 8111 fnends will be welcome. DEATHS. DAVIES.—On April 3rd, at 11, Broad-street, Welshpool, suddenly, from heart at-ack, Joseph Henry Davies, J.P. Most deeply mourned." p3307 IN MEMORIAM. JONES.—In loving Memory of Seaman Gunner Thomas Owen Jones, who was killed on H.M. Minesweeper Nepaulin, April 20th, 1917. His body sleeps beneath the waves, May God watch o'er his ocean grave. Sadly missed by his wife and little son Hazel^House, Portland-road, Aberystwytfi^ p3306 Î
PREPAID SCALE. SMUCS to Let. Houses Wanted, Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found, Mo of OD« Three Six Ntws Words (uMtrtion ineertioiis Insertions Insertions Words (uMtrtion | ineertioiis Insertions Insertions j .) d. ad. 8. d 21 1 3 2 0 4 0 5 0 g 10 3 6 5 0 6 0 a 2 3 1 6 6 0 7 0 42 '29 56 70 80 U 3 3 66180 90 N.B.-If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged for pOitage of ren- Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Musical and other successes, 2/6 prepaid not more than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards. SITUATIONS VACANT. /"CAPABLE tfeuoiait age 20-24; good wage, \J suitil f.-iiiily; no wa^biu^; plain cooking; reference required.—Can, 6, Noiwoou-aveuue Soutliporf, Lrtucrti ire.Iff /COFFIN MAKERS wanted immediately.— KJ Apply, stating wages and experience, to Augustine J. SLOne, 6, Working-street, Cardiff. p3250 COOK-GENERAL want«c^ Good wages. C Apply, Gorseland, North-road, Aberyst- wyth. p3316 COOK-GENERAL and Waitress wanted for c Cafe; good wages Apply, Waverley Cafe, Barmoutn. p3295 OMPOSITOit. -Wanted, experienced jobbing C compositor; 48 heurs.—Apply, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyik. DAIRY — Wanted a good general, farepnid. Apply, Jones, «00, Harrow.road, P*d- dingKon. London. DAIRY AND REFRESHMENTS.—Wanted Experienced Young Lady for Dairy; references requ.rea.-Apply Jones. 74 Mary- lebone-lane Oxford-street London W 1, p3011 EX1jB^IKNCKD House-parlourmaid and Huutemairi family 4 state afce and wages i-equiei.-I,fi-a Bennett, The Dunes, York Bokdile, >ouihport. p3205 EMIGRATE NOW. now is the time to go to the new countries. Freer life, greater op- portunities. Canada, Ell 10s.; Australia, E46 17s. 6d.; New Zealand, 1;42 17s. 6d.—All parti- culars. "Cambrian News," Emigration Depart- ment, Aberystwyth. GENERAL SERVANT, experienced, wanted. Good wages.—Wynne, The Lawn, Aberyst- wyth. p3304 NUR-KS requir d PLt the. Glamorgan County .1. Asylum, Bridi;e<-d watres includinor Good Conduct Money and War Bontis £34 per annum, lid! h hoard. lodging and uni. form Appoin ment subject- to conditions of Asylum Officers' Superannuation Act- Applications, with testfinonials, to the Medico' «ureri T enderir, p3223 TAILORS.-Ladies and Gents coat hand JL wanted'; log or weekly wage; perman- ancy.-Morris and Son, Barmouth. p3283 WANTED, Waitresses and strong Kitchen As istant; Chambermaids.—Apply, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth. a886 W ANTHD fo, Brynffynon, Dolgelley, cook and house-purlourmnid about the third week in Apri!*—Mrs Hamilton, 4, 'Mount Pleasant. Poipjelley. p322t ANTED, at once, plain Cook, four in family two Maids, and Nurse kept; good wageq.-Apply, Mrs Heath, Tyu-y-Coed, ,Barmout,ii. i p3210 WAN LED good reliable general, plain cook- W ing. eóorly riser; for near London; two in family; am.il' convenient private houseware Daid — Appl>, Mrs Davies, bl. Brelade, Hemp. jBtead.roau, Watlurd. Pv. WANTED immediately, good reliable General f r small family; country; near Machynlleth; references required—Apply Box 493, "Cambrian News" Aberystwyth. p3200 WANTED, in April, Cook General (good plain Cook;. 4 in family House- parlourmaid kept, woman employed 3 days weekly. Wages £ 34. -Apply, Mrs Evans 157, Maid* Vale, London. p3zU4 WANTED, respectable Girl as House keeper for Farm good experience iu Dairy work-Apply, D, Richards, Dolwerdd, HantRare<1ig, WANTED, good plain cook; also house- parlour-maid; 2 in family—Apply, stating wages and references, to Mrs. Arthen Owen, wages and references, to Mrs. Arthen Owen, Plas Heulog, Pwllheli. p3286 WANTED, Cook General; good irrages, good outings.—Apply. Mrs. Evan Owen, Glan- y-llyn, Lake-road, East, Cardiff. p3245 WANTED, small Boy or Girl, to act as W page to Mr. Dalton, Dentist, Portland- street, Aberystwyth. p3305 WANTED.-Cook-ganeraØ. also House- Vv parlourmaid, for Coed, Dolgelley, 14th May. State wages; references.-Apply, Mrs. Myles, Froheulog, Dolgelley. ANTED.-Cook-General to take responsi- Tw bility of a house; 1 in family.—Lewis, Capel Dewi Hall, Carmarthen. p3303 WANTED .-Milliner experienced; Welsh. W State references, 3Os., live out, Jones, Glasgow House, Machynlleth. p3298 WANTED, for the Season, at Borth, com- petent young lady to take charge of shop; some experience desirable; good wages to thoroughly competent person.-Apply" Box 327. Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. WANTED, man for farm work; co'.tage and TT garden; also man to live in and boy able to niilk.-Apply, Thomas, Tydraw, Ryle, near Bridgend. p3191 WANTBD, Capable Energetic young woman TV as General Servant; Welsh preferred. —Apply, Jones, 305, Church road, Leiyton, London, E.I. p3234 WANTED, a general (country); help given; good outings; fare paid.—State wages and particulars,. Min y Nant, Ninian road, Cardiff. p3230 WANTED, at once, 2 Lady Assistants for Bakers and Confectioners' Shops in London; good references indispensable; good board and lodging found.—Apply, Box 496, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3226 WANTBD, experienced Cook for Cafe.— Apply, with reference, stating age, wage, etc.—Owen (D. W. Teviotdale), Confectioner, Aberystwyth. a889 WANTED, Lady Companion; farmer's daughter; comfortable home; 2 indoor tervants.—Apply, "Companion," c./o. Roberts, Newapent. Criccieth. n889 j WANTED, general servant; private house.— W Mrs. G. W. MacKie, Bryn Hafod, Bryny- mor-road, Aberystwyth. p3252 WANTED, at once, Oook General; must have W good reference -Apply, Mrs. Everard Jones, Tanybryn, Llanbadam-road, Aberyst- wyth. p3254 RANTED, a good house-maid-waitress, with reference; good wages to a competent rson>-fit. Anthony's, Vfctoria^terrace, Aber- yrtwyth. p3291 SITUATIONS VACANT. COOK General wanted, 3 in family; house parlour-maid kept.—Apply, stating wages, to 20, Redland Park, Bristol. p3275 RAPERY, An experienced Young lady i) wanted as assistant Forewoman.— Apply statingfull particulars, Jenkins, Water loo House, Barry. p3llJ GENERAL wanted about 18; small family; fond of children.—Mrs. Perkins, Brook- lyn,. Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth. p3274 1 ^ILORING, wanted 5# hands, Coats V ests J and Trousers, to commence immediately; Fitters, Bctiaters, and Finishers; permanent work. Good wageti. -McGuire, 14 King Street Wrexham. 'j!3237 \\TANTED immediately, experienced W House Parlourmaid, two and Baby in family, three maids and nurse kept.— Mrs Hugh Vivian, Glyntegh.Pontardawe, Near Swansea. p3088 WANTED.—Several girls for laundry work.—Apply, Aberystwyth Steam Laundry. a937 WANTED.—Womam for wa»hmg.—Applly, Aberystwyth Steam Laundry. a936 YOUNG woman wanted for housework, and assist in shop (Dairy); fare paid.— Apply. 1, Great Sutton Street, GwsweH-rwad, London. V3197A TUITION. SHORTHAND—J. Wynn Will ams (Pitman's 0 Certificated Teacher), Cadvan House, Towyn, gives thorough instruction in Short- hand, either ind vidually or in classes. Pupils carefully prepared for office work. Moderate fees. uml WriRELESS TELEGHAPHY-To enable V V us to cater for the demand for Qualified W ir,-ess Operators, we have, at the request of applicants, decided to accept Febs by Instalments to those who prefer it, and shall be pleased to send Prospectus on application to:—Wireless Trailing College, t Mary Street. Caroiff, and Castle Street, Swansea APARTMENTS AND FURNISHEDJIOUSES NORTH WALES COAST.—Country Residence to let furnished, near favourite resort; 3 entertaining, 7 bedooms, bathroom, modern conveniences, usual domestic offices; linen, I plate, garage, stabling, golf, and fishing.— Apply, Box, 499, "Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. p3267 TO LET for the season or less part of well furnished house in the best part of town; 3 minutes walk from Marine Terrace (sunny aspect); 4 bedrooms and 2 sitting rooms.—For rther particulars, apply to Box 501, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3289 TO LET LLWYNGWRIL.—Furnished House, central position in village; 5 bedrooms, indoor offices, bath (h. and c.), 2 sitting rooms, kitchen, etc.—Apply, Box 489, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth, p3192 WANTED, sitting and bedroom or* part- Tv furnished house (permanent), in respect- able part of Aberystwyth.—Apply, A.A.C., "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3263 WANTED, for August, at Aberystwyth or Borth, &mall house with attendance or rooms; 3 bedrooms, 1 sitting room.—State terms and situation, Dr. Dawson, Willenhall, Staffs. p55 MOUSEa WANTED- HOUSES WANTED Where the families need solid leather boots and shoes for hard year, and slippers.—Inquire Morton's, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. a738 \r AN lED, small unfurnished house on VV Coast; two living, two *r three bed- bathroom.—Williams 1, Victoria- pjiraH". Oswestry. p231o WANTED.—Small House or Cottage, modern sanitation; bath (h. and c.); in or near Aberystwyth; moderate rent.—Apply, Box 503, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3292 WANTED, between Barmouth and Harlech, TV unfurnished house; rent about JE18 to i £ 20.—Apply. Box 504, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3293 WANTED, a house about £ 26 per year, in or about Aberystwyth; bath or water upstairs.—Apply, Box 500, "Cambrian News," Aberystwvth. p3279 WANTED, in Aberystwyth, commodious premises for Factory using one or two small machines; accommodation for about 20 hands both sex.—Apply, Box 14,~d5, Cambrian News, Aberystwyth. WANTED, for summer months, small fur. nished house in or near Aberystwyth; bathroom (h and c) and indoor conveniences required.-Apply, Box 495, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. -p3225 TO BE LET OR 80L^ ABERYSTWYTH—To be Sold by Private Treaty, the Leasehold Dwelling House, known as 24, Cambrian-street; central position; now let to a good tenant at E20 per annum.— Particulars from Messrs. Rees and Evans, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a925 BA,RMOUTH.-To Let, Bronwen House and -t) Bay Tiew; immediate possession; con- taining 3 sitting rooms and 10 bedrooms; bath (h. and c.)—Apply, John Roberts, Ripon House, Barmouth. p3246 OLGELLEY.—"CLOGWYN," to let for sum- mer or longer period; furnished or un- furnished; or sola; 3 reception, 8 bedrooms; usual offices; elevated position; one acre grounds; tennis lawn; half mile from station. —Apply, Roberts, Argoed, Dolgelley. p3261 FREEHOLD.—For sale, large and com- modious Double-fronted House and Shop situated in the principal business part of Aberystwyth and which is suitable for any business. Premises in excellent condition. Good sanitary arrangements. Fitted with electic light.-Apply, W. P. Owen, Solicitor. Aher- vstwvth. t)2918 FOR SALE.—Old-Established House Painting Business with good connection; rare opp.ortunity.-Apply, Purnell and Co., Port- madoc. p3279 FOR SALE by Private Treaty, a Freehold Six-roomed Cottage at Llanbadarn; good garden, greenhouse, outbuildings; 1 £ miles from Aberystwyth.'—For full particular?, apply J," "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. a852 FOR SALE, two freehold Dwelling Houses standing in own grounds in a very healthy country; convenience church, shops, post office; few miles from Pwllheli, in South Carnarvonshire: each house containing 5 bed- rooms, drawing and dining, kitchen.—Apply, Box 472, "Cambrian News," Aberystwvtn p3093 mo LET, Shop in Terraoe-road, now in the X occupation of Mrs. Longley Senior); commanding position.—Apply, Dr. Hnrries, Aberystwyth. a9l8 TO LET.—Glansevern Arms Ho'el and about 60 acre^ of land, at Pantmawr, near Llangurig.—Apply to A. E. Humphreys- Owen. Glans?vern, Berriew, Montgomeryshire. p3310 HOUSE TO LET in Dyflryn; facing the sea; containing 13 rooms; moderate rent.— Apply, Box 485, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth p3166 HOUSES TO LET, wiih fmmsdlatf Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold, Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Messrs Robert* and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. also to be let or sold, Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Messrs Roberfa and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. TO BE SOLD, Aberystwyth, freehold houses, overlooking Castle aiil eea.—Apply, "M." "Cambrian News." Aberystwyth. p2749 TO LET AT BORTH, commodious p ->mises; recently built over shop, especially suit- able to tenants with daughter could take charge of shop during summer months. Admirable position for letting apartments.—Apply to Box 325 "Cambrian News," Aberjstwyth pl23* SMALL "RESIDENCE FOR SALE. THE CHALET, CWMPADARN; Freehold, large garden; 8 rooms; beautiful situa^ tion, facing south, near the Waen; two miles from Aberystwyth.—Apply, Henry BonsaM, Pendibyn, Aberystwyth, p3259 No. 8, PORKINGTON TERRACE, BAR. MOUTH. mo LET or to be Sold, Freehold, 4 Reoep. JL tion Rooms, 13 Bedrooms, including Attic, H and C Bath and Lavatory; large kit. chen and pantry; now vacant.—Apply to C. Roberts, London House, Barmouth p3224 I POULTRY. EGGS FOR HATCHING.—Golden Barred Rocks, wonderful Laying Machines. Pullets layed 26 eggs per month, November, December. Grand Table B.rds. Will win or lay. Sittings, 8s. 6d. 10s. 6d. 12s 6d.— Arthur Jones. Gaerwen Anglesea. p2988 EGGS FOR SITTING, Padinan's Leghorn, 6s 6d per dozen; day old chicks, Wyan. 4ottes and Leghorns, 18s dozen.—Perkins, Brooklyn, Aberystwyth. p3233 MISSES HACKLAND AND HAMMOND can now supply Eggs for hatching from high class pure utility poultry at 8s. 6d. per sitting. White Wyandottes, White Leghorns, Buff Leg- horns, and Rhode Island Reds (single comb). I Orders booked for chicks, 18s. bd. per dozen.- "Gurrey Manor," Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. p3176 POULTRY.-Sitting, specially mated for egg -t- production, Light Sussex (Cook, Roth- childs), Rhode Island Reds, S.E. (Cook Measures Golden); 10s. 6d. a dozen; clears re- placed.—Whittaker, Tir Uchaf Poultry Farm, I Criccieth. p3171 PULLETS; 7s. 6d. each; 5 and cock, 45s.; laying' 10s. 6d. each;; £ 8 dosen. List, 30 breeds free.-Hummel1 Stratford. Essex. RELIABLE EGGS FOR HATCHING. PREPARE now for next Winter's Egg Supply white leghorns (Barron's Strain) 10s. 6d. per dozen eggs.—From R. H. Roberts, The Gardens, Tanybwlch. S.O. p3053 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. HIROPODY.-Don't lot 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, It The. Chiropodist," 3, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. pl280 DAVID WILLIAMS, st. james's-square, Aberyswyth, 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 I WANT TO BUY your Old Oak Dresser or Hanging Press, or any other old-fash- ioned Furniture. I can give you the best price. —Call or drop a postcard to Arthur E. Hill c/o Mr John Potts Town Porter, Aberystwyth. p3Gu3 MOLESKINfs 100/- per 10# for best large winter clears. No unfair sorting Pay- ment by return of pos :—M Gordon 104 Branksouie Road, London, S.W. 2. p3213 TV/TcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 MOLESKINS WANTED.—80S. PER 100 Best Large Clear Winter Skins. Any quan. tity taken. Cash by return. Send at once to Department 32. W. M. Cohen, 6 and 8, Emer- ald-street London, W.C. 1. SECOND-HAND PIANO wanted.—Give par- ticulars to Box 503, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3296 WANTED, Portable Bakers' Oven in eood condition State particulars.— Box 494, "Cambrian News" Offices, Aber- ystwyth. D3202 WANTED, 2 Fields near Aberystwyth; sufficient to keep three oows and one horse.—Apply, Box, 498, "Cambrian News" Office, Abervstwyth. p3256 WANTED, Moleskins Stretched and Dried; also Badger, Fox, Otters, Rabbits; higher prices tnan any other buyer in Eng- land; spot cash payments day received.— Thomas Price, Manufacturing Furrier, Hare- wood House Cardiff. p3122 WANTED, counter and shop fittii at Borth.—Reply, giving details and prices to Box 326, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl235 pl235 D.-Pitwood Fir and Oak.-Particu- I Vv lars to David Tones and Co., Limited (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue near Pontypool, Mon. p3008 WANTED, a good Pram; navy blue pre- ferred—Apply, Box 486, 'Cambrian News" Abeystwyth. p3170 WANTED, Engines, Boilers, Mortar Mills, Stone Breakers, Concrete Mixers, etc., for cash.—W. Barton, Altrincham. p3152 WANTED.—Standing timber, Wales or Mon- monthshire.—Merchant, 52, Moorland- road, Cardiff. p3130 WANTED. Secondhand Two-Seater Ford VV Car; q !) a Two-Seater Light Car of good make.-Stat3 full particulars and price, "The Merioneth Engineering Depot, Aberdovey." p3299 WANTED urgently, 100,000 doz. Rabbit Skins, 1,000 Tons Horse Hair, Household and Knacker Bones, 100 Tons ("Icoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of unsaleable stocks, viz.. Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, L-biricu-trla, Bugs, Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, f.ed Rangoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas, Saltfish, H rnngs. Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every description, Empty Cases, Carbide Tins, ivaste Motor Oil. Offer me anything which appears useless. Also all kinds machinery.—Thomas HI rton, Govern- ment Contractor. Merthyr Tvdfil. rr,6 1AAA TONS Cocoa Butter Wanted Is 8d. ,UUU given; Tailors Clips, Is. 5d.; offer 200 4 Ib boxes chocolates, 2s. lb. anything purchased.—Thomas Horton, Merthyr. p3184 — SOELLANE008 TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE (privately), April 19th—26 th, Household Furniture, etc., including Oak Chest of Drawers and Oak Wardrobe.— Anplv. Box 506, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. p3318 RABBIT NETTING.—Long Field Nets, lines complete, also Purse and Ferret Nets, and special Netting Twines; list free.—E. Parnall and Co., Netting Works, Bedminister, Bristol. 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 Chems-ta. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33 Terrace-rd., Aberystwyth. ROLL TICKETS worded "Admission" or priced threepence, fourpence, sixpence, eightpence, and a shilling; price, 2s. 6d. per thousand, or by post, 3s.—Cash with order, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. SPORTSMEN, FARMERS, HORSEMEN. S Try our Splendid Yorkshire Whipcord Tweed; wears like leather; showerproof; seven yards for 35s.; patterns free.—Bradford Woollen Co. (39), Bradford. p3294 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing: also Blacks and Cross Herefords.-James Cil- wnwg Farm Llanelly. p2955 SWEDES, Mangolds Pig Potatoes for sale; 55s., 50s.. and 65s. per ton respectively; F.O.R. in truck loads; cash with order.—Gin- ster Bros., Agricultural Produce Merchants, West Bromwich, Staffs p3042 STANDING TIMBER FOR SALE.—Cutting and hauling could be arranged for buyer. Apply Box 478, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber- ystwyth. p3131 1 Q1 Q DIARIES.—Call to see our selection -L%/X*7 of Pocket and Office Diaries for 1919, and purchase before it is too late. Prices rang- ing from 9d. upwards.—" Cambrian News Stores, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. SHORTHORN CALVES. SHORTHORN CALVES. GOOD STRONG, HEAI/rHY CALVES, bred from large-framed deep-milking cows by pure-hred bulls. Carriage paid anywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also a few Ped gree and Cross Holsteins.—For prices and particulars. Fred Brggs Gill, Wynngate. Whitchurch' Salop. p2961 SUT I LADD TYRCHOD. Ysgrifena John Pryce. Maesymeirch: Blinid ni acw gan dyrchod. cynyddent bob blwyddyn, fel yr oedd y tir a golwg ddifrlfol arno, ac yr oedd amaf gywilydd ohono; ond clywa's fod Mr. Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, wedi dyfeisto peth i'w lladd yn ddi-drafferth lawn. Et enw ydyw Molrat," mswn packets. Is. 6c. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddals ef yn ol y evfarwyddyd am ben pryfald genwair, a rhoddals y rbal byny yn llwybr y twTch. Ni chododd y twrch mwy. Druggist. n77l MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. i CARNARVONSHIRF,Drapery, Cleau Gro- cery and Post Office Business on sale as a going concern; healthy industrial locality; capital required, C400 to EM.-For further particulars write Box 483, 11 Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3lbCj EARTHENWARE and China, Largest, Cheap- JL'J est and Best Variety, Hawkers and Shops; assorted crates, S12 10s.-Lists free; Catalogue, 6d.-Regent Fine Art Pottery Co., Hanley, Staffs. FOR SALE, Billy Goat; also nanny in kid.— Apply, Box No. 490, Cambrian News'* Office, Aberystwyth. p3193 FOR SALE.—Morgan Runabout; fine con- dition; very fast; offers.—Station House, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. p3284 FOR SALE.—A 14 to 15 feet Pleasure Boat, in capital order, scarcely ever been used; to seat 6. Can be inspected at any time. —Apply R. Gillart, Esq., Estate Office, Plas Machynlleth. p3311 FOR SALE, a quantity of Sharpe's Express Potatoes^jdiffc. per cwt; also other kinda. —R. C. Richardes, Penglaise, Aberyctwvth. p3329 GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using Harrison's Hair Colour Kestorer. It iB 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 .Tones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth. 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 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); Telepbore 3 also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pl55 Cooke Bros. and Roberts. SPRING FIXTURES. —— of —— IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL DISPERSION AND OTHER SALES. April 22nd—NEWTOWN SMITHFIELD. Special Spring Stock Sale. April 23rd|.—MAESIOCYN, near Llanidloes. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of tlYe Representatives of the late Mr. T. Bennett: April 23rd.-RHYDYCJRT, Mochdre. al of the Freehold Property and Household Furniture, by order of Mr Maurice Davies. April 24th.-CWMRAENEL, Carno. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr. D. Williams. April 25th—NEWTOWN. Sale of Desirable Freehold Residence. April 25th.ZnKET HALL, Newtown. Sale of Household Furniture. April 36th.—LLANIDLOES.—Monthly Stoak Sale. April 26th.-LLANIDLOES. Sale of Cottage Property. April 28th.-DOLOMOLINE, Tregynon. SaJe of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr. John Corfield. April 29th.—MID-WALES HORSE REPOSI- TORY. Great Spring Prize Sale of Horses. End of April.—HARLECH. Sale of Valuable Freehold Residential Property. May 6th.-NE"-TOWN. Sale of Freehold Villa Residence. May 6th.-Newtown.-Sale of Desirable Small Holding. MaT 7th.—-CLEGRYDDWR, Llanbrynmair. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr. Jones. May 8th.-LLANBRYNMAIR.-Monthly Stock Sale. Other Important Sale Fixtures will shortly be announced. Offices: Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aberystwyth. MID WALES HORSE REPOSITORY. NEWTOWN, MONT. The GREAT SPRING SALE OF 250 Horses of all Classes, will take place on TUESDAY, APRIL 29th, at 11-30 a.m. JS150 in Prizes, including the Silver Challenge Cup, value 60 Guineas. Early Entries Solicited. Catalogues on application to the Auctioneers. HALL, WATERIDGE, and OWEN, COOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, High Street, n883 Newtown. THE MID-WALES 4th Great Annual Wool Sale (The Largest Wool Sale in Wales), will be held at LLANIDLOES On THURSDAY, JULY 31st. Early entries solicited. Sheets for packing and full particulars from the Auctioneers:— COOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, NEWTOWN. n934 Sales by F. C. DIGGORY, AUCTIONEER and VALUER, CORWEN, BALA, and DOLGELLEY. County of Merioneth, Parish of Llanfachreth, near Dolgelley. Sale of Capital FREEHOLD FARMS, Exten- sive WOODLANDS, FISHING and SPORTING RIGHTS. Mr. F. C. Diggory will Sell by Auction at the Royal Ship Hotel, Dolgelley, early in May, the following Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS and SHEEP WALKS, situate in the parish of Llanfachreth. Acres. Tinsimdde and Bwlchrhoswenucba 99 Bwlchrhoswen Isa 57 Cwmheisian Ganol and Cwmheisian Isaf Cwmheisian Uchaf 278 Buarthre 201 Hafodowen 151 C4dwgan 102 The foregoing are excellent Stock-rearing and Sheep-grazing Farms TOGETHER WITH All that extensive Range of Woodlands and Plantation of fine Oak Timber, extending to 113 acres, also the valuable Fishing Rights in the river Mawddach for a distance of 11 miles adjoining this Lot. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, or to Me&srs. Griffith, Adams, and Wil- liams, Solicitors, Dolgelley. v924 CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. ON GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 18FB the TRAIN SERVICE wfll be the SAME AS ON SUNDAYS. S. WILLIAMSON. General Manager. Oswestry, SALES BY AUCTION. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS GENKRAI. AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Ba'ger Street, \oaryatwyth MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees and Evans Have pleasure in announcing their instructions to conduct the following Important Agricul- tural Sales in the Autumn:— Sept. 24th.-Penygraig, Borth. Sept. 26th.—Rhydhir-issa, Bow Street. Oct. 1st.—Lletty'n-hen, Bontgoch. DATES NOT FIXED. Cefnhendre Farm, near Aberystwyth. Rhydhir-ucha, Bow Street. U viier Important Sales will be announced later. THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS. IJANIEL I REES AND EVANS have been favoured with instructions from Miss Icke, to Sell by Auction, On Monday, April 28th, 1919, the whole of her High-Class HOUSE FURNISHINGS, and other Effects, which will be removed for convenience of Sale from Kingston House. Further particulars will appear later. a894 ———-——————————————-———————————— I ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS DANIEL I. REES and EVANS have been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Auction (unless previously j disposed of by Private Treaty), at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 1919, 'he Valuable Leasehold Property, No. 55, MARINE TERRACE, Otherwise known as PENBRYN HOUSE, with vacant possession upon completion of purchase. Further particulars will appear next week, and in the meantime may be obtained from-: the Auctioneers, or John P. Sinnett, Esq., Solicitor, all of Aberystwyth. a929 Talybont Mart. GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clock. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS, j a798 Auctioneers. Preliminary Announcement. ) CARDIGANSHIRE. li Miles from Llandre and Borth, and 5 Miles from Aberystwyth. MESSRS DANIEL I. REES and EVANS have been favoured with instructions to submit for Sale by Auction (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), EARLY IN JUNE, that very Valuable Freehold jf'arm and Lands, known as BRYNBWL, situate as afore- said. Full particulars from the Auctioneers. a823 BERYSTWYTH.-For Sale by Private A Treaty, spacious double-fronted FREE- HOLD SHOP and PREMISES, situate in Great Darkgate Street. Suit any business.—Apply Messrs. REES AND EVANS, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. GILLART AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS. HOUSE AND ESTATf AGENTS, VALUERS. AND SURVEYORS. MACHYNLLETH. A UCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rpnts, 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 prep"id. 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 landa to let, for Sale by Private Treaty. t960 FORTHCOMING SALES BY Messrs. Gillart and Sons. MACHYNLLETH. hursday, 1st May.—Brynllwydwyn, near Mach- ynlleth. Sale of two excellent carriage horses, two dairy cows, the carriages and saddlery, including a good waggonette, brougham, pony chaise, set of double harness, sets of silver-mounted and brass-mounted single harness, horse rugs, riding saddle, the agri- cultural irnplemonts, and other effects, in- cluding box cart, harvest waggon, Deering two-horse mower, horse hay rake, chaffcutter, corn grinding mill and crusher, haymaker, plough, galvanized iron corn bins, chain har- row, pig weighing machine with cage (Avery), wire netting, chimney pots, pulper, barrow, seed drill, garden tools, etc., etc. Together with a quantity of surplus household effects. By instructions of F. M. Campbell, Esq. n914 Early in May.—Tynycornel Tsaf, Abergynol- wyn. Sale of Farming Stock. Particulars next week. n915 I' SOUTH WALES HORSE SALES, CARMARTHEN. The Next HORSE SALE Will be held at CARMARTHEN ON FRIDAY, APRIL 25th, 1919, PRIZES— £ 18. Entries absolutely close on THURSDAY, APRIL 17th, after which NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Schedules, Entry Forms, and Prize Lists can be obtained of the Auctioneers— CAVES and MESSRS HOWELL THOMAS, St." Mary's Auction Mart, Carmarthen. s875 _n NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS invite entries for JD THURSDAY, MAY 1st, HEAVY AND LIGHT HORSES Champion Mare or Gelding wins £10, and Pair of Mares or Geldings, £10. At the April sales, Waggon Geldings to 225 guineas; Vanners to 164 guineas. Five from one owner averaged £194. Prize list and entry forms ready. Entries close Thursday, April 24th. n888 Dr. WILLIAMS' SCHOOL. OLD GIRLS ASSOCIATION. 1019. The Annual Re-unlon will be held at Dr Williams Library, Gordon-square, London on April 20tb, Tickets II- (Stamped Ad. dressed envelope) from Miss A. M. Jones 8 Harmsworth-street.Kennington Park, London 1q. p3230 SALES BY AUCTION J. PUGH & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS, Sales and Valuation will be undertaken of all kinds of PROPERTY j FARMING STOCK, ¡' FURNITURE, ETC, upon reasonable terms with Prompt Settlement I Several thousand Pounds of Property for Sale or to Let Office Opened DAILY at CENTRAL CHAM- BERS, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. Mr. JOHN PUGH Hae been instructed to conduct the following 8a MALLWYD. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. \i R- JOHN PUGH has been instructed by 7* Mr. William Humphrev6 to Scl| by Public Auction, at the above, On SATURDAY, APRIL 19th, 1919, the whole of the Household Furniture comprising Large and Small Tables, Arm and other Chairs, Chests of Drawers, Oak Corner pboard, Grandfather Clock, Dressing Tables, ash stands, Looking Glasses, Oak Chest, Towel Rails, Toilet Ware, Iron Bedsteads, Feather I Be^p Bolsters, Pillows, Cushions, Fenders, Kettles, Saucepans, Pictures, Linoleum, Tea Set, Lamps, etc., etc. SaJe to commence at 1 o'clock prompt. Set, Lamps, etc., etc. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock prompt. Ternx-Cash. ago? « TYMAWR (1 MILE FROM ABERANGELL STATION. SALE OF FARMING STOCK. JOHN PUGH has been "fa yon red with xTJ. instructions from Messrs. Evans (who are retiring) to Sell by Public Auction, at the above, On TUESDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1919, the whole of the Farming Stock, Comprising 21 HEAD BLACK CATTLE—5 Uows in Calf and calves at foot; 2 in calf Heifers; Two-year-old Bullocks and Heifers; 7 Year- Engs. TWO HORSES-Very useful Four-year-old ttorse, 15 hands, quiet in all gears: Very useful iiight-year-old Mare in foal, quiet In all gears; together with the Agriculture] Implements. ,o^ncl,eon'™11-30 a"m- to commence at 12-30 p.m. Terms—Cash. ngog Preliminary Announcement. BRYNLLYS, BORTH. GREAT DISPERSAL SALE. "VTESSRS. PUGH AND THOMAS have been T favoured with instructions from Richard abo»«^' q"' Public Auction, at the On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1919 the whole of the Farming Stock, t and Implements. Further particulars later." ngM TOWYN-ON-SEA. !ALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PREMISES. jTLCESSRf "'UGH AND THOMAS have been favoured with instructions from T. W. r Powell, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction at the CORBET ARMS HOTEL, TOWYN, On Wednesday, April 23rd,'1919, at 2-30 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then land there produced)— Lot 1—.The Valuable Freehold Premises known as BRYNAWEL, comprising 3 Lock-up Shops and Dwelling HAUV with cellar, Kitchen, 2 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Box Room, Bath Room, and Offices. Lot 2.—TWO DWELLING HOUSES adjoining bove, with accommodation as followsSitting oom, Kitchen, Basement, Pantry, Waehhouse, Bedrooms, and Offioes. The above are well and substantially built- have a frontage of about 70 feet, and are well adapted as business premises. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. mith. Davies, and Co., Solicitors, Aberystwyth, the Auctioneers, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. n909 BARMOUTH. I rpO BE LET OR SOLD, as a going concern, with immediate possession, that desirable property, situate in the best part of Barmouth, adjoining the Station and known as VICTORIA TEMPERANCE HOTEL, juonee road, containing 14 Rooms and Offices. II If desired furniture can be transferred at a valuation. A large proportion of purchase money can be left on mortgage at 4 per cent. For further particulars, apply to GEORGE PEACOCK and CO., Estate Agents, Jubilee Road, Barmouth. n878 MENAI BRIDGE. Great Spring Show and Sale of Store Cattle and Couples. S-15 10s cA-811 PRIZES. £ 15 I0S FRIDAY, MAY 9th, 1919 (Daly following Liangefni Fair). Judging, 10-30 a.m. Sale, 12 noon, with Couples. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. invite entries for their 6th Annual Spring Prize Sale of Store Cattle and Couples, including 65 In-Calf and Newly-Calved Welsh Heifers, Yearlings, and Weanling Bullocks and Heifers, 2 Well-bred Stock Bulls, from the Marquis of I Anglesey's Home Farm. PRIZES. CLASS l. £ 5 best 10 Strong Store Bullocks, not under 2 years old. CLASS 2.— £ 2 best 5 Strong Store Bullocks, not under 2 years old. CLASS 3.— £ 2 best 5 Bullock Stirks, under 2 years old. CLASS 4.— £ 2 best 5 Barren Heifers. CLASS 5.— £ 1 best Pairs Barron Cows or Heifers. CLASS 6.— £ 1 best Cow in Milk or in Calf. CLASS 7.— £ 1 best Heifer in Milk or in Calf. CLASS 8.— £ 1 best 20 Couples. CLASS 9.—10s., best 10 Couples. NOTE.—The Auctioneers will be pleased to provide, keep, and unload at Menai Bridge Station any stock sent by rail day previous (free of charge). Buyers from all parts have promised to aU "nd this Sale, and a record trade for Store Cattle, as well as Couples, is guaranteed. Please enter at once for insertion in cata- logues sent to buyers both locally and from a distance. n933 Pianos. WONDERFUL BARGAINS now on effer b) TV well known British makers in p?»<.tkally new condition, returned by hirers !g.,ue to tic front. List free.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 25, Queen-st., Cardiff, and at Swansea, New- port, Bristol, Pontypridd, Bridgend, Ebbw Vale, Bargoed, Chepstow, Llanelly, 23, St. Mary-«t., Cardiff. This opportunity should sot be kei. a10 SALES BY MFCTIFTH. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLF Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, and Arbitrators. ——— PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK conducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caeraws. Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaes Road, Llanfair Cier- einion, Llanbadarn, Craven Arm, 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 liouse Pro. perty, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations uacJ Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chjfbury, Shropshire. a82t I By Direction of the Lord Bernera. I SALE OF THE \RREGHOFA ESTATE. situate in the Vyr, "y Valley, in and around the Village of Llan-,iyneeb, on the Shropshire and Montgoinerysh-ic Borders, comprising aa area of upw'ardr, of 715 ACRES, and including the IMPORTANT AND FERTILE FARMS own as Pentref, Carreghofa Hall, Carrel of a Farm and Elm Tree, Carreghofa Mil' Vitfc Water Rights, Accommodation Land, riding Sites and Cottage Holdings, which will be sold by Auction in 9 Lots or otherwise, by TLfESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE, at the Wynnstay Hotel, O&wee* »7, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 1919, at 3 o clock precisely fo^Sa7' wittP'hns and a».T farther in- Mes?rs- Tucker, L«ke *nd s Great R"Rsel)-Kt r^et, Bloomsbury Square. London, W.C.I: Burd and Evans, Estate Agents, Shrew-'riry •v. ih* Auctioneers, Chirbury, • 8897 PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT BY DIRECTION OF THE EARL OF LISBURNE. 31R,JOHN EVANS, F.A.I., will offy for A Sale in the monfh of May next, thp r-ry Valuable FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS. called MORFA MAWR, situate in the Parishes of Liansantffrai<J and Llanddewi.Aberarth, in the county of Cardigan VoTPrMmgvr459 ACKES thereabout of Valuable Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land. The property will be offered in four lots. For further particulars, apply to the Aua., tioneer, High Street, Cardigan; Pei-cy Wilkin. son Esq., Crosswood Estate Offices, C>osSw-od- or to Messrs Roberts and Evans, Solicitor*' PUBLWTliOTICE. u- THE LICENSING (CONSOLIDATION) ACT 1910. NOTICE OF IMPOSITION OF CRAB '-W: UNDER SECTION 21 OF THE ACT.' COUNTY OF MERIONETH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Compensation Authority for the above Area have imposed, under Section 21 of the Licensing (Consolidation) Act, 1910, for the year 1919, charges in respect of Licences at the following rate, namely:— The Maximum Rate of charge set out 111 the first part of the Third ScJiedrV to tb<- And charges on the premises affected will be levied and paid accordingly as part of 5&8 duties on the corresponding Excise Licences. DAVID BRE. Clerk to the Compensation Authority. Dated 8th April, 1919. n921 Re SOPHIA JENKINS DECEASED. A LL PERSONS having claims against the ■ £ Estate of Sophia Jenkins, late of Pem ^yw Felen, Goginan, in the County of Card gan. who died on the 25th day of February, 1918 are requested to send particulars of their Claims to me on or before April 21st, 1919 after which date I shall proceed to distribute the Estate amongst entitled to the same. Dated this 12th day of April, 1919 WILLIAM JENKIiSS. 91, Southwark Bridge-road. London, S.E.I. RE JOSEPH BROOKSBANK POOLE DECEASED. Also known under the professional names of "Taned Powell" and "Terence Nerrey." l^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant ts the Statute 22 and 23 Victoria C. 35, that all persons having any claims or dem nds upon or against the estate of Joseph B<-ooks« I bank Poole, late of the Rectory, LI an fill an gel, Glyn Myfyr, in the County of Denbigh, for- merly of "The Hollies," Brimstage. in the County of Chester, Author, Actor, and Theatri- cal Manager (who was professionally known by the names "Taned Powell" and "Terence Nerrey"), deceased (who died on the 25th day of July, 1917, at Ivy Cottage, Aber vstwvth, in the County of Cardigan, and to whose fdate Letters of Administration with the Will annexed were granted out of the Princtpal Pro- bate Registry of the High Court of Jv on the 28th day of February, 1919, to Dora jan* Poole, the lawful widow and relict of the ssid deceased) are hereby required to send in par- ticulars of their claims or demands to U". the undersigned, Solictors for the said Adminis- tratrix, on or before the 12th day of May, 1919, at the undermentioned address, after which date the said Administratrix will nro-red to distribute the assets of the said deceased, among the persons entitled thereto, having re- gard only to the claims and nem3nrh of which she shall then have had notice: and she will no- be liable for the assets of the .i de- ceased, or any part thereof, so distributed, to any person or persons of whose claims or de- mands she shall not then have had notice. Dated this 24th day of March, 1919 CORNISH AND FORFAR. Solicitors for the said Administratrix. 19, Castle Street, Liverr,- Ministry of Food. SUGAR FOR DOMESTIC FRIT IT PRESERVING. THE ROYAL COMMISSION on th- Si .gar Supply is prepared during tli n.—ths of June and July to supplement the ordinary issues of sugar by a quantity sufficient to meet the normal demand of those persons wb ■ in the past have been in the habit of prese'-vmg fruit, whether grown by themselves or bought for domestic use. All persons wishing to obtain sugar for pre- serving the soft summer fruits must deposit I with their registered retailers, between the, 14th and 26th of the present month of April,, an order for the specific quantity of sugar wl-ich they are prepared to purchase either br rr.tans of an entry on a list kept by the retailer or by letter, and must accompany the order with a declaration that they pledge tb^rceeipes neither to use the sugar for any other purpose than the preserving of fruit, nor to sell it to any third party. Applicants should not give order? for quan- tities in excess of what they expect to use. It has been arranged that until tb ext.ra issues for fruit preserving have been taken off the market retailers should not be at lit-rr? to supply their customers, for lgeneral doniertiC purposes, with more than the present pre- scribed ration of 12ozs. per week pe!- nt-ad. As regards the hard stone fruits, the Com- mission hopes to be able to make similar es^ra issues in the early autumn. But the extent to which this can be done will depend on the circumstances then present. SUGAR. Visitors coming for short periods to the holiday resorts should not rely on be^ng cbl« to purchase sugar, but should take their supplies with them. DIVISIONAL COMMIBSIONXR FOB s928 NORTH WALES,