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I' Births, -Marriage's and Deaths. 41 prepaid fkarfs -s- made >ot anounamenli • tf Bi*tks and Deaths lz/' iz ve -se is added the charg-e is is, M. more nr.cordiKf to length) and 2s. 6d.for Marriage mtutotence numts under ih-s Heading. In all cdues the cka-rgr must be prepaid. r- MARRIAGES- DAVIES—LEWIS—April 3rd, at the Welsh C.M Cbapel, Garston, by the lt-cv. J. Daniel Evans, Edward Maelor, eldest son of Mr. and Mr8 Davies, The Mill, Cefnybedd, Wrexham, to Elizabeth, youngest daughter of the late Mr and Mrs. Leww, Brjnyfelin, Dyffryn, Meri- onethshire. p3335 ltICilARDS-REES.-On April 22nd, at St. Andrew's Church, Card:ff, by the Rev Sidney Wenham, Tic^r of Builth, assisted by the ▼icars of Lwynypia, St. Andr-w's, Cardiff, and Vicar of Ely, Rev. D. H. Richards, curate of St. Andrew's Llwynypia, son of the late Rev R. Richards and Mrs Richards, Aberyst- wyth, to Gladys, youngest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rees, Bedlinog. p3365 ENGAGEMENT. The engagement is announced of Mr. Eber Day, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Day, of Nantgwynant, and Miss Neita Humphries, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Humphries, the Sailors' Institute, Portmadoc. p3334 DEATHS. EVANS.—Mrs. Ann Evans, Gas Works, Kirk- heaton, near Huddersfield, and late of Aber- ystwyth and Penydarren, Merthyr Tydvil. The funeral took plrce at Aberystwyth Ceme- tery on the 12th inst. p3362 IN MEMOIIlftM. PUGHE.—In ever-loving memory of our eldest lon, John Isaac, who died April 26th, 1918. A day of remembrance sad to recall Dearly loved and sadly missed by us all; Only those who have lost are' able to tell The grkf for one we loved so we!]." Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brother, 76, Seawfell-street, Haakney-road, London. In loving memory of John Lewis, who passed away at Ceilwart Farm, Llanabar, Barmouth, April 25th, 1918. I Out of a world of sin and pain, T ou great loss, and his great gain, i Into the land of rest and peace Wher e sorrow? end and sufferings cease. • p3331 Sadlv misled by his Wife and Children. In. evar-loving memory of our dear parents, Catherine and Pryce Jones, Preswvlfa, Bow Street, Abervstwvth, who entered into rest November 25th, 1911, and April 21st, 1912, respectively. Interred at Llangorwen Church- • %y»rd- „ Had He asked us well we know Wo would cry O spare this blow Y<"s, with streaming tears. would pray X Lord we love them, let si&7- X Lord we love them, let thew stay. But the Lord duth nought amiss, And since He hath ordered this We have nought to do, but still Rest in silence on His will. Seven years have passed since that sad day W en parents we still love were called away. p3364 Greatly-missed by all Sons and Daughters. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. Mrs. Bentx. B o^mu-t, Smitr.field-road, desires to thank her many friends for the sympathy and kindn ss slowii to her in her recent bereavement. p3344 j
PKKP\H> SCALE. Houses to Let. fl-u," Wanted, Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant. Apartments to be let Miscellaneous Wanted. Artiel-es Lost and Found. So. of Un., Three Six I' Niiie 1 Wor -• insert Ou iris^riutuH Insertions j j Daertiotif d. f d. d d. 21 13 26 40 50 28 19 3 8 50 60' H 3 4 tJ 6 0 7 0 42 St. 9 o 6 70 80 49 S3 » ft 3 0 9 0 N.B.-If Box Ntimber Given, 3d. extra charged foi- of re, Wtsriiiiag picsenti, 2d. a line. M .-si ai i-.the.- MUi-cessas, 2/6 prepaid not aiort than 5 a line afterwards. SJiUAfliiNS VACANT. COFFIN MAKERS wanted immediately.— Apply, siatmg wag-s and experience, to Augustine J. Stone, 6, Working-street, Cardiff. p3250 COOji-GENEUAL aud Waitress -wanted for Cafe; good wages — Apply, Waverley Cafe, Barmouth. p3295 COOK-GENEKAL wanted for small Nursing c idLomo», opening early in May.—Apply, atating age, and wages, to Secre- tary, Nursing Association, Portmadoc. p3340 COMPOSITOR.—Wanted, experienced jobbing compositor 48 hours.—Apply, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyh. DALKV — W' .i.i ^ri'a general, fgreptid. ID ippiv. Jones. 600, H ti r ro w-read, Pad- dingi oii. Lr!!i p3221 T\aIRY AND REFRESHMENTS.—Wanted Experienced Young Lady for Dairy; references requ rea.-Apply Jones, 74 Mary- lebone-lane Oxford-street London W 1. p3011 DRESSMAKING, Tailoring, Coat Hands, Bodice Hands, Skirt Hands, required. t. work; perman, nt positions; wages, 30s. We-ekly.-Edwin Powell and Son, Shrewsbury. J p3328 EXPERIENCED House- pariourmaict and tl; f-wily 4; state age and reqai.en.— Mi* llennetr" The Dunes, irork I bi. k-outhport, p320i EMIGRATE NOW. Now is the time to go to IPJ the new countries. Freer life, greater op- portunities. Canada, Jull 10s. i Australia, E46 17s. 6d.; New Zealand, 1;42 17s. 6d.—All parti- culars, ''Cambrian Nuws," Emigration Depart- nient,'Aberystwyth. „ REQUIRED, immediately experienced Cook- General, or Working Help, for country house; two m family; help kept.—Mrs Masters, Court' House Linccm.be, Stourport, Worcester- ahire; p3355 BMART GIRL for housework; able to assist in bar, lf^ required.—Apply, Byrne, Osborne Hotel, Oswestry. p3333 WANTED, Waitresses and strong Kitchen As istant; Clutmb-rmaids.—Apply, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwyth. a886 "XTTaNTKl'- respectable Girl as House W keeper for Farm good experience in Dairv work.—Api»i>i Rithards, Dolwerdd, Nant,te p3'203 WANTED, gcod plain cook; also house- parlour-'maid; 2 in family.—Apply, stating Wages and references, to Mrs. Arthen Owen, i*las Heulog, Pwllheli. p3286 WANTED, Cook General; good *ages, good outings.—Apply, Mrs. Evan Owen, Glan- y-llyn, Lake-road, East, Cardiff. p3245 WANTED, bmall Boy or Girl, to act as page to Mr. Dalton, Dentist, Portland- street, Aberystwyth. • p3305 WANTED.—Cook-General to take responsi- bility of a house; 1 in family.—Lewis, Capel Dewi Hall, Carmarthen. p3303 WANTED, at once.—Milliner; experienced; Welsh.—State references; 40s., live out, Joneo Glagow House, Machynlleth. p3298 WANTED, for the Season, at Borth, com- petent young lady to take charge of shop; some experience desirable;ogood wages to thoroughly-crmpotent person; resident in Borth preferred.—Apply, Box 327, "Cambrian NewLq," Aberystwyth. WANTED, mail for farm work; co'.tage and garden: also man to live in and boy able to milk -Apply, Thomas, Tydraw, Ryle, near Bridgend. p319l WANTED, Capable Energetic young woman 'V as General Servant; Welsh preferred. —Apply, Jones, 305, Church road, Letyton, Jjortdon, E 1. p3234 WANTED, isxperienced Cook for Cafe.— Apply, with reference, stating age, wage, etc.—Owen (D. W. Teviotdale), Confectioner, Aberystwyth. am WANTED, Lady Companion; farmer's daughter; comfortable home; 2 indoor tervants.—Apply, "Companion," c./o. Roberts, • Newap-erit, Oriccieth. n889 WANTED, general servant; private bouse.- Mrs. G. W. MacKie, Bryn Safod, Bryny- Abervbtwytl. p3252 WANTED, at once, Cook General; must have good reference.—Apply, Mrs. Everard Jongs, Tanybryn, Llanbadarn-road, Aberyst- wyth. p3254 WANTED, at once, Oooks and Cooks- general, Housemaid Waitresses, etc., fof (food places.—Apply, at once, Mrs C. Abel Jones, "•vanta' Registry, Princess-street, Aberystwyth. p3363 &rruAH0NS VACANT. COOK General wanted, 3 in family; house parlour-maid kept.—Apply, stating wages, to 20, Redland Park, Bristol. p3275 i j it v. Y, An experienced Young lady wanted *»fcisiauL Forewouian*— to 20, Redland Park, Bristol. p3215 i j it v. Y, An experienced Young ittdy wanted )tsns).aMb Furewc)uian.- App!) fta; lull particulars, Jenkins, Water loo tiourc, BeLl-I Y. P31 11 GENERAL wanted about 18; small family; focd of children.—Mrs, Perkins, Brook- lyn, Lianbadarn-road, Aberystwyth. p3274 NURSE ATTENDANT will shortly be re- quired for an invalid lady in the neigh- b >urho d °f Barmouth. Permanent situa ion for a superior aUendaJit with nursing ex- per cnc. Not elderly; strong, cheerful, and syrnpatlietic. Good wages.—Apply 512, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p335ö" SMART BOY WANTED. Light work. Good wages.—Apply Galloway, 21, Pier- sLre-t, Aberystwyth. a969 ANTLI) immtdiately, experienced I W Hcuttt Pariourniiii, two baiiii Baby in fmaiij, three tiisi,s and nurse kept.- Mrtl Hugh Vivian, Glyntefl, Pont^rdiwe, > 6 ani-e*. p:3088 WANTED .—^Several" girls for laundry work.—Apply, Aberystwyth Steam Laundry. a937* ANTED.-Woma,n for waisbing.-Appdy, Aberystwyth Steaja Laundry. a93b WANTED.—Experienced General, able to TT wash lor three people. Several outings. WRges, £ 24 per annum.—Apply, Williams, 43, Eaton-ci escent, Swansea. p3322 WANTED, immediately, experienced good W Cook; family, 4. Guod wages; usual I outings.—Apply to Mrs. Gower, Castle Mal- gwyn, Llecliryd, South Wales. p3330 W ANTED.-Good General for dairy in ( London; comfortable home and good wag- s.—Apply, Brynawelon, Lisburne-terrace, Ab rystwytli. p3223 ANTED.-Daily Maid Attendant, over 40, for old lady; also light duties.- I Apply, stating wages, to Box 511, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p3354 WANED.-Experienced Nurse for boy, five TV years, and to help with young baby, six months; help given in nurseries.—Apply, with references, stating age and wages required, to Mrs. Gower, Castle Malgwyn, Llechryd, South Wales. pp3329 WANTED. '— Capable Cook-general. Good wages and liberal outings.—Apply Velin- dre, Llan tdarn-road. p3361 WANTED, a General.,—Apply, Evans, 2, Queon's- road, Aberystwyt'i. p3339 ~rANTED,- a good hcuse-maid-waitress, with: reference; good wages to a competent iv-n —St. Anthony's, Victoria-terrace, Aber- ystwyth. p3291 WANTED, a Competent Driver for Sentinel St-pam Wiiggon.—Apily, stating wages and refe-enees, to Box 507, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwvth. p3319 WANTED, Strong General, at once. Good refcrenc s.—Apply Mrs. Jones, The Pi'-n<rh, Abf-rystwyth. p3345 WANTED.—Good Wood Turner immediately TV for s.-Applv, stating age and wages, 510, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3342 ANTED.-Ener&tic agents with sound j WANTED.—Energetic agents with sound nnection amongst farmers to sell on commission Molassine Meal and Agricultural Rito; both these articles are well known and advertised. Wnon replying please state exact I dist ict by letter, C.A. Depart- ment, The Molassine Co., Ltd. Greenwich, S.E., 10. p3324 V'OTING woman wan'ed for-housework, I in shor) (Oairvt;f>\re paid,~ A ppi'. 1 G>'t v S>i! ton Strfft. G«*weH-r«ad, London. p3197 I UATIONS WANTED. LADY (widow), With small income requires a position to assist in good boarding or apartments house, or private. Hfts furni- j ture, linen, and plate, etc., for service use. Highest references to exchange. No cooking.—. Apply. Box 509, Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. p3337 TUITION. SHORTHAND.—J. Wynn Will ams (Pitman's s Certificated Teacher), Cadvan House, Towyn, gives thorough instruction n aaort- hand, either md vidually- or in classes. Pupils carefully prepared for office work. Moderate fees. n561 IRELKSS TELEGRAPH Y— ie.cible VV us !i C I f-r fc-r the demfinn f..i Quftlifl«d Wire:e,, UperalolH, we have, ■ lie request of appt :c;. u I .s, uecidtd to Wcept Fers by Is st«<im:nis io iiios<- wbffprefer i i-. and shall be pieate.i to bcud Prospectus osi application to:—VV ireie&r> ir«i' itiK CO'iejifi. St Alary St;eel, Cardiff, r.nd CaM.le bt reel, Switnsea ^APARfklENTS AND FURNISHED N0U8ES__ A PARTi-,].ENTS WANI'ED.-Lady and gentle- man require bedroom with 2 single beds, private sitting room, with good plain cooking and attendance, after Whitsuntide, for in- definite stay. Near river or sea fishingState particulars and inclusive terms to D26, Adver- tiser" Office. Llandudno. n3357 NORTH WALES COAST—Country Residence to let furnished, near favourite resort; 3 entertaining, 7 bedooms, bathroom, modern conveniences, usual domestic offices; linen, plate, garage, stabling, golf, and fishing.- i 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 bedroom9 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- furnished house (permanent), in respect- able part of Aberystwyth.—Apply, A.A.C., "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3263 WANTED, for August, at Aberystwyth or Borth, small house with attendance or rooms; 3 bedrooms, 1 sitting room.—State rooms; 3 bedrooms, 1 sitting room.-State terms and situation, Dr. Dawson, Willenhall, Staffs. p3255 WANTED, Furnished House, or Good Cot- tage, month of June or longer, near Aber- ystwyth, Borth, or Devil's Br'dgn Railway.— ystwyth, Borth, or Devil's Bridge Railway.— Apply, Box 513, Cambrian -News," Aberyst- wyth. p3348 HOUSES WANTE £ HOUSES WANTED where the families need solid leather boots and shoes. for hard year, and slippers.—Inquire Morton's, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. a738 ANTED.-Small House or Cottage, VV modern sanitation; bath (b. and c.); in or near Aberystwyth; moderate rent.-Apply, Box 503, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3292 WANTED, between Barmouth and Hai iech, unfurnished house; rent about £ 18 to £ 20.—Apply. Box 504, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3293 WANTED, a house about £ 26 per year, jn or about Aberystwyth; bath or water upstairs.—Apply, Box 500, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3279 WANTED, in Aberystwyth, commodious premises for Factory using one or two 'small machines; accommodation for about 20 hands both sex.—Apply, Box 14,.65, "Cambrian: News, Aberystwyth. TO Bi LET Oi «013. 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 B20 per annum. Particulars from Messrs. Bees and Evans, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a925 BARMOUTH—To Let, Bronwen House and iCF Bay View; immediate possession; con- taining 3 sitting rooms and 10 bedrooms; bath and c ) e, (h. and c.)—Apply, John Roberts, Ripon House, Barmouth. p3246 FOB SALE.—Cloverdale, Dinas-terrace, Aber- ystwyth. Modern built house, 8 rooms, j bath (h. and c.), large garden; possession, 12th. May.—Apply, T. Jones, at above address. I TO »E urr wa m. ABERYSTWYTH.—House to 1st, furnished Or unfurnished, containing 2 Reception, 6 Bedrooms, Bath (h. and c.); immediate posses- sion.—Apply, Elyria, Bath-street, Aberystwyth. AT BLAENPANT, Aberayron road, 4 miles from Lampeter 54 acres of grazing land to let, in lots, by public auction, in May'. The day and other particulars hereafter. s944 OLGELLEY.—"CLOGWYN," to let for sum- mer or longer period; furnished or un- furnished or sold; 3 reception, 8 bedrooms.; usual offices; elevated position; one acre grounds; tennis lawn; half mile from station. —Apply, Roberts, Argoed, Dolgelley. p3261 FOK SALE, Curig House, South-road;' con- taining 9 large Bedrooms, 3 large Sitting Rooms, and Kitchen, bath (h. and c.), two w.c.'s, and scullery.—Apply, Edwards, Midfield, Southgate, Aberystwyth. p3174 FOR SALE.—Freehold Property, adjoining the town, with 3 acres of pasture land and large garden. Recently-built dwelling house with own water supply and modern drainage.—Apply, Edwards, Mdfitld. l South- gate, Aberystwyth. p3349 FOR SALE by Private Treaty, a Freehold Six-roomed Cottage at Llanbadarn; good garden, greenhouse, outbuildings; H miles from Aberystwyth.—For full particulars, 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," Aberystwytn p3093 FOR SALE.—01d-ES*ablished House Painting Business with good connection; rare opportunity.—Apply, Purnell and Co., Port- madoc. p3279 mo LET, Shop in Terraoe-road, now in the A occupation of Mrs. ngley (senior); commanding position.—Apply, Dr. Harries, Aberystwytn. *918 HOUSE TO LET in Dyffryn; facing the sea; Jn- containing 13 rooms; moderate rent.— Apply, Box 485, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth p3166 I TO LET, wHh trrunwila** po«*»*»ion Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn; tJøo to be jet or sold, Avondale House, Marine- I terrace, Aberystwyth, -Apply to Messrs, Roberts and Evaøs, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. HOUSE TO LET, Atlantic View, Pier-street, May 12th.—Apply Mrs. Longley, Dolerw, Pier-street. p3350 TO LET.—House and Shop, 25, Pier-street, May 12th.—Apply Mrs. Longley Dolerw, Pier-street. p351 TO LET.—Old-established business premises on Marine Parade-.—Shop, 3 Reception Rooms, 9 B"d and Dressing Rooms, Kitchens, Fift, etc.—Apply, Vaughan Rees, 48, Marine Terrace. p3352 rpo BE SOLD, in rising Merioneth resort, A modern-built Freehold Premises (Drapery and grociery); progressive business; capital open- ing for pushing man.—Apply Box 508, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p3336 TO BE SOLD, Aberystwyth, freehold houses, overlooking Caetle aid sea.—Apply, "M," "Cambrian Newill." Aberystwyth. p2749 TO LET AT BORTH, commodious p imises: JL • recently built over shop, kitchen and par- lour on ground floor, 4 rooms on first floor, bathroomi, indoor sanitation, 5 bedrooms on second floor. Good garden. Especially suit-, able to tenants with daughter could take charge of shop during summer months. Admirable position for letting apartments, or as summer bungalow; j215 psr annum, or would let for shorter period.—Apply to Box 325, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl234 SM \LL 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 BonsaU, Pendibyn, Aberystwytn. p3259 No. 8, PORKINGTON tERRACE, BAR. MOUTH. TO LET or to be Sold, Freehold, 4 Recep. 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 '1 POULTRY. -n*. — _*■ E- "GGS"FOR SITTiNG7~Padinan's Leghorn, 6s 6d per <zen; day old chicks, Wyan. dottea and I. ghorns, 18s dozen.—Perkins, Brooklyn, A!'i;rystwyth. p3233 MISSES HACKLAND AND HAMMOND CAN -Iri. now supply Eggs for hatching from high class pure utility poul ry at 8s. 6d. per sitting. White Wyandottes, White Leghorns, Buff Leg- horns, and Rhode Island Reds (single comb): Orders booked for chicks, 18s. bd. per dozen.— "Gurrey Manor," Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. j)3176 OULTRY.-Sitting, specially mated for egg 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, Criccieth. p3171 PULLETS, 7s. 6d. each; 5 and cock, 45s.; laying' 10s. 6d. each;; £ 6 dozen. List, 30 breeds free.—rHummell Stratford Essex. RELIABLE EGGS FOR HATCHING. PREPARE now for next Winter's Egg Supply; white leghornq (Barron's Strain) 10s. 6d. per dozen eggs.—From R. H. Roberts, The Gardens, Tanybwlch. S.O. p3053 >- MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. 4_ CHIROPOD Y .-Don 't let your feet trouble c you, have them attended to by "Foot Specialist" for all foot ailments, oorns, bunions, etc., etc. By appointment only.—D. Williams, "The Chiropodist," 3. North-I)arpele, -kberyst- wyth. pl290 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 eiven. 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, AberystwYtli. p3G03 MO'. fcfcKlNb 100/- per 100 for best large winter c:;ears. No unfair Pay- ment by return of pos.:—M Gnninn 104 Brank^onie Rohd. London. S. W. 2. p3213 If cILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought ITA and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc Pewter Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc Good I prices given, any quantity h830 MOLESKINS WANTED.—80S. PER 100 Best Large Clear Winter Skins. Any quan_ tty 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 'o Box 503, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3296 TIMBER HAULING CONTRACT to let; large quantity; near Crmmaes Road Station fpply, Box 249, Cambrian News" ¡' Office, Aberystwyth. p3360 WANTED, Portable Bikers' Oven in KoSd eo»)ditleu Stat* particulars.— Brrx 494. "Cambrian News" Offices. Aber- ystwyth. D3I02 WANTED, 2 Fields near Aberystwyth; sufficient to keep three cows and one horse.—Apply, Box, 498, "Cambrian News"- Office, Aberystwyth. p3256 WANTED.-Copies of the "Cambrian News," TV any edition, for March 7th, 1919; 3d. each paid. Send direct to Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. 1/\|-vrv TONS Cocoa Butter Wanted Is 8d. given; Tailors Clips, Is. 5d.; offer 200 4 lb boxes chocolates. 2s. lb anything purchased.-Thomas Horton, Merthyr p3184 POTATOES! POTATOES!! WANTED, large quantities of best Table Potatoes; top prices given.—Write Harpers, Wholesale Merchants, Ammanford. Phone, 63. p3347 f MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. WANTED.-Pitwood and Oak.—Particu- lars to David Joihj and Co., Limited (Pontnewynydd), Belle Voe near Pontyp.ool, Mon. p30C8 WANTED, a good Prc-m; navy blue pre- ferred.—Apply, B. x 486, "Cambrian News" Abeystwyth. p3170 WANTED, Engines, Boilers, Mortar Mills, Stone Breakers, Concrete Mixers, etc., for cash.—W. Barton, A!tr>ucbam. p3152 WANTED.—Standing timber, Wales or Mon- monthshire.—Merchant, 52, Moorland- road, Cardiff. p3130 WANTED.—A Second-band Two-Seater Ford Car; also a Two-Seater Light Car of good make.—State full particulars and price, "The Merioneth Engineering Lepot, Aberdovey." p3299 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 Jffsvs," Aberystwyth. pl235 WANTED urgently, 100,000 do*. Rabbit Skins, 1,000 Tons Horse Hair, Household and Knacker Bones, 100 Tons Oocoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of unsaleable stocks, via.. Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, Cbincuarr's, Bugs, Sacks, Syrup and other F^-rels, Led Rangoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas, Saltfisb, Ilrrnngs, Tea Lead, Scrap Metals ev every description, Empty Cases, Carbide Tics, .Vaste Motor Oil. Offer me anything which appears useless. Also Lall kinds machinery.—Thonas H< rton, 'Jovern- ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil. p2528 MISCELLANE0UF*T9 BE SOLD. A GIG and 2 Sets of Slack Harness for 6ale.—Apply, Buttnjlls, Llandre, Cardi- ganshire. p3346 CARNARVONSHIRE.—prapery, Clean Gro- cery and Post Office Business on sale as a going concern; healthy industrial locality; capital required, £ 400 to £ 600.—For further particulars write Box 483, "Cambrian News, Aberystwyth. psibu DAI'-OLD CHICKS for sale.—Prices on appli- cation.—Apply Lisburne Arms, Aberyst- wyth. p3359 ARTHEN WARE and China, Largest, Cheap- J est and Best. Vamty, Hawkers and Shops; assorted crates, S12 10s.-Lists free; Catalogue, 6d.—Regent Fine Art Pottery Co., Hanley, Staffs. FOR SALB, a quantity cf Sharpe's Express Potatoes, 10s. per cwt; also other kinds. —R. C. Richardes, Pengliise Aberystwyth. p3320 FOR SALE.—New Laid EgrJ( £ 6 per case, 360, if unsold.—SuVivan, Lincoln's Inn Farm, Kingsland, Herefordshire p3332 FOR SALE.—Four Well-bred Black Bulls, 10 and 12 months o'd.—Apply, E. Jones, Dyffryntrogin, Clynderwen.. p3226 Dyffryntrogin, Clynderwen. p3226 FOR SALE.—Small Gas Engine, 1^-h.p. May be seen at tli« Cumbrian News Works. Offers invited. 32H FOR SALE.—Four Shire Mares, in foal; good workers; sound; 4 to 8 years old. Two Pedigree Yearling Shire Fillies, fit to show; 6 iJ dig re,- Welsh Black Yearling Bulls, ready to serve.—Dale Williams, Towyn. n943 ■jlOR SALE.—Grocer's Marble Slab, Coffee? -T Mill, Bacon Machine, and Scales (Avery, Class B., with drawer.)—R. Williams, Manches- ter House, Borth. s055 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 growttsr-iMPftoauty of the Ha;r. Tn bottles, price Is. 6d. (postage, 6d.- extra). Manufacturers, G. W. Harrison, Hair Special- list, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Mia!L-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. RABBIT NETTING.-Long Field Nets, lines complete, also Purse and Ferret Nets, and special Netting Twines; list free.—E. Parnall 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 tnd dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, 6d., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3a. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W, Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chem -ts. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones. Chemist, 33 Terrace-rd., Aberystwyth. ROLL TICKETS!- worded "Admission" or JLtj priced threepence, fourpence, sixpence, eightpence, and a shilling; price, 2s. 6d. per thousand, or by post, 3s.—Cosh with order, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. SPORTSMEN, FARJtERS, HORSEMEN.— Trv our Splendid Yorkshire Whipcord Tweed; wears Jike leather; showerproof; seven I yards for 35s.; patterns free.—Bradford Woollen Co. (39), Bradford. p3294 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing; also Blacks and Cross Oil- wnwg Farm Llanelly. p2955 SWEDES, Mangolds Pig Potatoes for sale; KJ 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 buyeT. Apply Box 478, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber_ ystwyth. p3131 1 Q~I Q DIARIES.—Call to see our selection XfXi/ 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, HEALTHY CALVES, bred fr> m large-framed deep-mi!king cows by pure-bred bulls. Carriage paid anywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also a few Pedigree and Cross Holsteins.—For prices and particulars, Fred Br ggs Gill. Wynngate, Whitchurch, salor.). n29fil SUT I LADD TYRCHOD. Ysgrifena John Pryce. Maesymeirch Blinid ni acw gan dyrchod. cynyddent bob blwyddyn, fel yr oedd y tir a golwg ddifrifol arno, ac yr oedd arnaf gywilydd obono; oDd clywa's fod Mr. Hugh Daves, C'^mist, Machynlleth, wedi dyfeisio peth i'w lladd yn ddi-drafferth iawn. Ei enw ydyw Molrat, m^wn packets. Is. 6c. yr un. Prynals backet a rhoddais ef yn ol y cyfarwyddyd am ben pryfaid genwair, a rhorldais y rhai hyny yn lIwybr y twrch. Ni chododd y twrch mwy. druggist. "771 -.s. r SALES BY AUCTION. Talybont Mart. GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clocit. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS. a798 Auctioneers. Preliminary Announcement. CARDIGANSHIRE. Ii Miles from Llandre and Borth, and 5 Miles from Aberystwyth. MESSRS DANTEL I. REES and EVANS have been favoured with instructions to submit for Sale bv Auction (unless previously disposed of by Private Trea.ty), EARLY IN •TUNE, that very Valuable Freehold Farm 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 businem.-Apply Messrs. REES AND EVANS, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. j SALES BY AUCTION. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS I GENERAL AUCTIONEKRS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Straat, 1 MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees and Evans I. Have pleasure in announcing their instructions to conduct the following Important Agricul- tural Sales in the Autumn:— Sept. 24th.—Penygraig, Borth. Sept. 25th.-Tancaste, Rhydyfelin Sept. 26th.—Rhydhir-issa, Bow Street. Oct. 1st.-Lletty'n-hen, Bontgoch. DATES NOT FIXED. Cefnhendre Farm, near Aberystwyth. RWdhir-ucha, Bow Stm-or Other Important Sales will be announced later. « THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH (Portland-road Entrance). MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS are favoured with instructions from Miss Ifcke (who is leaving the tov.fi), to Sell by Auction, as above, a large quantity of-Wuperier House Furnishings. AND OTHER EFFECTS, which wilj be removed from Kingston House for convenience of Sale, I On MONDAY, APRIL 28th 1919, Comprising Oak Hallstand, Ilall Table and Chairs, Noble Sideboards in Carved Oak, Maho- gany and Waln*t Woods, Massive Mahogany T-le scopic Dining Tables, D:n.ng and Drawing Room | Suites in Mahogany and Wainut, covered in Tapestry; Lounge; and other Easy Ciraire Handsome Gilt Pier Glasses and Overmantels, 12 Bentwood Chairs, Mahogany Pedestal Writ- ing Table, fitted with drawers; Old Oak Table, with drawars. 2 EXCELLENT PIANOFORTES by well-known makers; Harmonium, Couch in Rosewood Frame, inlaid with Brass; Old Maho- gany Drop-leaf Dining Table, 2 Sheraton Card Tables, Gent's Mahogany Wardrobe, 2 Inlaid Mahogany Tea Caddies, Costly Carpets and Hearthrugs, Occasional Tables and Chairs, China Cabinets, Pot Stands, Interesting En- gravings, Pictures, and Oil Paintings, Bric-a- brac, etc., etc. BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS, viz.Single and Full-size Brass and Iron Bedsteads, with Woven Wire Mattresses and Wool Overlays; Satin Walnut Suites, Pairs of Toilet Talies in various woods, Handsome Inlaid Mahogany Bow-fronted and other Chests of Drawers, and other Bedroom Furnishings. The KITCHEN EFFECTS include useful Store and other Cupboards, Tables, Chairs,_ Fender, Mangle, a large collection if Cooking and other Utensils. On view morning of Sale. Sale at 12 o clock precisely.—Terms—CASH. a953 ABERYSTWYTH. ESSRS DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS have been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Auction (unless previouely 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. I THURSDAY, MAY 1st, 1919, MONTHLY SALE OF DAIRY AND STORE CATTLE. Sale at 12 o'clock. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS, a968 Llanilar Mart. THE NEXT MONTHLY SALE OF STOCK will be held On SATURDAY, MAr 3rd 1919. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS and EBEN R. DAVES, Auctioneers. CLOVERDALE, DINAS TERRACE. I MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS i are favoured with instructions from Mr. T. Jones (who is going abroad), to Sell by Auction, upon the premises, as above, on SATURDAY, MAY loth, 1919, The Collectiin of Useful Antique and Modem Furniture, including, biiehy, the loHuwmg ;-Oid Oak Blanket Chest with Raised Paiitis, Ditto Blble Cueso; l'ape Macht) C"alr witu beat; Rosewood Circular Dining Tabie; Bamboo and Lacquer Folding Lald 'J-b-ule with Green Baize Top, liosewood Davtiipoit lJesk, Carved Wal- nut Occasional Tabie, Extending Ctiair in Mahogany Frame; Wicker Arm and other CnaÜs, Axminster and Brussels Carpets; Brass Reading Lamp, Pot Stands, Iron and Brass Fenders and Fire Irons, 2 Interesting Old Chairs with High Backs, A HIGH-CLASS IRON FRAME PIANOFORTE in Walnut Case, by a well-known maker, in excellent condition, a number of Old Jugs, a quantity of China and Glass, Pine-top Dining Table*. Lath-back Arm and other Kitchen Chairs, 'Flour Bin, a number of Pictures and Ornaments, Iron Bedsteads (complete), Maho- gany and other Chests of Drawers, Painted Dressing Chests and Waskstands, Cane-seated Chairs, Toilet Glasses, Toilet Ware, Towel Rails, New Oilcloths and Linoleums, etc., together with Mangle, Wheelbarrow, Garden Tools, and a large number of other useful articles. On view morning of sale. Sale to commence at 2-30 prompt. Terms-Cash at close of Sale. N.B.—Unless previously sold, the charming ittle Dwelling House, Cloverdale," will be offered by auction at 3 o'clock on the same day. a951 ——- THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. On MONDAY, MAY 12th 1919, Sale of Valuable Household Furniture Removed from Eleanor Villa, Brynymor, and other Residences. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS, Auctioneers. a952 I TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. Unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty, Tt/TESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS ITA will offer for Sale by Auction, EARLY IN MAY NEXT, That Well-known and Popular Freehold Hotel Known as BRYNAWEL, Aberystwyth. The above is in the market owing to the ill- health of the Proprietor. Further particulars will appear later, and in the n* an time may be obtained from the Auctioneers. a950 I SALES BY AUCTION COOKE BROS & ROBERTS F.A.I., Etc. ——— Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuer*, Insurance Agents, Land and Estate Agent*, and Fire 60r8. Oftieee: 28, Terrace-road (Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth); TeitphoL-o 3 also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pl55 Cooke Bros. and Roberts. SPRING FIXTURES. of IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL DISPERSION AND OTHER SALES. I April 25th.—NEWTOWN. Sale of Desirable Freehold Residence. I April 25th. MARKET HALL, Newtown. Sale of Household Furniture April 26th.— LLANIDLOES.—Monthly Stock SaJe. ) April 26th. LLANIDLOES. Sale of Cottage f Property. April 28th:DOLOMOLINE, Tregynon. Sale of- Live and Dead Farming Stock by order of Mr. John Corfield. + Apr 29í¡h.-MID-W ALŒ HORSE REPOSI- HOTMA Gleat SPirm& prize Sale of End 01 ApriL-HARLECn. Sale of Valuable Freehold Residential Property H*\X'i2SiOWN- s*,e «' V ilIa Residenoe. of Desirable Small Hoddmg. Ma, 7th -CLEGRYDDWR, Llanbrynmair. Sale of lava and Dead Farming Stock by order of Mr. Jones. J Sale. ^Sale. LLANBRYNmAIR.—Monthly Stock j Sal6 will shortly Offices: Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aberystwyth. 4 -n934 MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. n934 Removed for convenience of Sale from Aely- i bryn and other Rssidenoes. | On FRIDAY NEXT, April 25th, 1919, I Upwards of 600 Lots of Superior House Furnishings, I Including complete Bedroom Suites, Five Re- ¡ ception Room Suites,- 3 Valuable Pianofortes. Sale to commence at I o'clock. OOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers I n940 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. 150 in Prizes, including the Silver Challenge Cup, value 60 Guineas. r Early Entries Solicited., CataJogues on application to the Auctioneers. HALL, kVAtERIDCE, and OWEN COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, I High Street, 11885 Newtown. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A_t»i,iv j. iS'T WYTH. -1- For Sale by Auction On MONDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1919, 4 All that Desirable FREEHOLD FARM Situate and known as CEFNHENDRE, within U miles of Abefystwytff; comprising 120 acres of sound Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, with excellent Homestead and Farm Buildings. It Solicitors: Messrs. -Roberts and Evans Aber- ystwyth. •Auctioneers.- Messrs. Cooke Bros. aoad Roberts, Aberystwyth.* a941 if 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. _0_ mm ■ I* J. PUGH & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS, 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- BERS, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth, Mr. JOHN PUGH Has been instructed to ccnovtet t :e following SaW:— Preliminary Announcement. BRYNLLYS, BORTH. GREAT DISPERSE L SALE. MESSRS. PUGH AND THOMAS have been iTi- favoured with instructions from Richard James, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction, at the above, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1919, the whole of the Farming Stock, and Implements. Further particulars later. n910 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MESSRS. J. PUGH and THOMAS have re- ceived instructions to Sell by Public Auction the FREEHOLD FARM CEFNERGLODD, TALYBONT. Particulars, as wc-ll as date and place, .will -appear in the next issue. a966 I Pianos. I WONDERFUL. BARGAINS now on effer b, VT well known British makers is p'Mtically new condition, returned by hirers ie io tic front. List free.—Thompson and Sbackell, Ltd., 25, Queen-st., Cardiff, and at Swansea, New. port, Bristol, Pontypridd, Bridgend, Ebbw Vale, Bargoed, Chepstow, Llanelly, 23, St. Mary-at., Canliil. This opportunity should iot be lock 110 SALES SY AUCTION. MORRIS, MARSX-IALL., AND POOLF Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, and Arbitrators. PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK contra eieu} at Montgomery, Wekhpool, Caersva, Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown, I Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaes Road, Lianfair Gaer- ¡ einion, Liaubadaru, Craven Aruis, Ludlow^ Church Stretton, Knighton, Towyn Monthly Horse Sales at Montgomeryshire Reposit.ory, Welshpool. Tiie most careful attention is given to S&I04 of Agricultural Stock, Estate and iluuse Pro* perty, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. a821 T oi\ryn Stock Sale. TUESDAY, MAY 6tb, STORE BULLOCKS AND BARRENS, I DAIRY COWS AND OTHER STOCK. FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED to Mr. G. DAIRY COWS AND OTHER STOCK. FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED TO MR. G. Dale Williams, Penllyn Towyn, or the Auction ers, MORRIS, MLA i 'HALL, and i POOLE, Chirbury, SalBp. a738 By Direction of the Lord Bernars. SALE OF THE CARREGHOFA ESTATE. situate in the Vyrnwy Valley, in and around the Village of Llanymynech, on the Shropshire .and Montgomeryshire Borders, comprising aa area of upward6 of 715 ACRES, and including the IMPORTANT AND FERTILE FARMS own as Pentref, Carreghofa Hall, Carreghofft Farm and Elm Tree. Carreghofa Mil1 ith ajuable Water Rights, Accommodation Land, ilding Sites and Cottage Holdings, which will be sold by Auction in 9 Lots or otherwise. by "l/TESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND -t-'A POOLE, at the Wynnstay Hotel, O&wet* try, en WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 1919, at 3 o'clock precisely. Particulars,, with Plans and any further in- formation, from Messrs. Tucker. Like and Lyon, Solicitors, 74. Great Riissell-sfr-Pet, Bloomsbury Square. London, W.C.1-: Burd and Evans, Estate Agents, Shrewsbury; or the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Sb-op. a897 TONFANAU FARM, Close to Tonfanau Station, 2 Miles from Towyn, Important Sale of Farming Stock. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL, and Pi IL. are instructed by Mrs. Davies, v. ho is retiring from farming, to Sell by Auction, oil he premises as above, On THURSDAY, MAY 8th, 1919, Che whole of Superior Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, comprising 55 Well-bred BLAft CATTLE, including 3 Young Cows and Cahew, In-Calf. 5 Barren Cows, and Heifers. Thir. teen G .ViND 3-YEAR-OLD BULLOCKS, is Sdod (Jjndition; 14 STRONG 2-YEAH.-ULD Bullocks, 6 Yc-a-lin, Bullocks and Heifers and 8 Weanlings. 5 SHIRE HORSES AND COLTS, Including 3 Excellent Working Mures (2 in ftfal), and 2 Pror>-r 'ncr Yearlings; 8 sets of Sears, Harness, and a very Serviceable Collee* tion of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and TOOLS, Up -to-dat-e and in a good t-tate of preservat;on. Also a quantity of Dairy Utensils and a por- tion of the Household Furniture. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire, or their branch offices. "t: GILLART AND SONS R AUCTIONEERS. HOUSE ANi) F" AGENTS. VALUERS. AND SUK VE v > MACHYNLLETH. ACCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasetiold Properties, Ground Rents, Furniture, Farming St<.ck, Pnl Timber, Etc., un-.Wrt>ken on moderate terms VALUATIONS made for Estate Ditv, TraJ180 fer, Mortgage, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and PLANS prep-id ESTATES managed and Rents Collected. Property Owners advised in regard the Provisional Valuations of their properties .;rUer the Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and land.5 to let, for Sale by Private Treaty ^80 FORTHCOMING SALES BY Messrs. Gillart and Sons. MACHYNLLETH. hursday, 1st May.—Brynllwydwyn, near M^ch- yniletn. Sale of two excellent carriug. hui ies, two dairy cows, the carriagef, and sadolery, including a good waggonette, hi'vug^m, pony chaise, set of double harness, sets of bilver-mounted and brass-mounted -mgle harness, horse rugs, riding saddle, the agri- cultural implements, and other efiec.s, in- cluding box cart, harvest waggon, Deering two-horse mower, horse hay rake, chi-ffcutter, corn grinding mill and crusher, hay maker, plough, galvanized iron corn bins, chain har- row, pig weighing machine with cage (Avery), wire netting, chimney pots, pulper, borrow, seed drill, garden too s, etc., etc. Together with a quantity of surplus household effects. Bv instructions of F. M. Campbell, Esq. n914 Friday, 2nd May.—TYNYCORNEL ISAF, ar Abergynolv.yn. Sale of tie Farming S ck, including 11 Head of Cattle, a useful Cart Mare, a collection of Implements of Hus- bandry, comprising a 1-Hrrse M wing Machine, HOTSB Hay Rake, Tum'orill Ploughs, Wooden and Chuin ITa'rows, quantity of Wire Netting and Barb Wire, and other effects. By instructions Mr. David Richards, who is giving up fa-ming. Sale at 1 p.m. n938 Thursday, 8th May—TOWN HALL, M:. CR- YNLLETH4-Sale of very Superior >rt!ern and Antique, House Furniture, rem ved f-oni Dovey Bank, by instructions of Mr. Jcha Jones (who s leaving the town). I-c'ucied arij a capital old Mahogany Bureau, with B-ass Fittings, a well-presenrd Old Oak Dresser, and the Antiqu»J)ish- s anM l^iitea thereon, Grandfather Clock, Mahogany Ttlescope Dining Table, Handsome gany-framed Couch, set ef 8 Massne Dining Room Chairs, also in Mahogany, Easv Chair to match, Pretty W, Inut and otLe" Over- mant Is, Well-made Inlaid Mshogsny- Chest of 6 Drawers, a Particularly Fine Old Oak Panelled Buffet, a Sweet-toned Harmonium in excellent order, Old Oak Chairs, Ceca- sional and Two-leaf Tables in Oi- and Mahogany, Bamboo Hall "Stand, a Hall- tester Bedstead in carved Oak with good Box Mattress, Feather Bed, Chests of Drawers, Dressing Glasses, Birch and other Toilet Tables, Antique Tea Caddies, B'"au Rail Fenders, Fire Brasses, etc. Rulr at 1 o'clock. n939 EARLY IN MAY. LLYS HELYG. ABERDOVEY. Sale of the Very Choice Household Appoinfments., By instructions of Miss Hutchinson, consequent; upon the expiration of her lease. Particulars in next issne. rtS5fl "SOO Horses Next Week. I NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD and PONS will 1! o* i' THURSDAY, MAY 1st, 300 Powerfu! TnWlJ Ma.;('o; &nd Geldinp*. Vaff- ners, Agricultural Colts, Harness Horace, Cobs and Ponies. A grand Selection. Judging at 10-30. Sale at 12 cfoot. Catalogues ready, n969