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Mint l UIM. A trip air! Jj 1. fx. 11I411t! ;nnou^nrnts Bi-tki and Deaths (if a is thr cnargc > St 6t 1il<Jre according to UnntM and 2s. M. or iWflrrll%!(t! <annot.net ttenls under this .leading, hi xu cases thr chargi must be EIR HS. w 43REEN .—April 22na, to Captain and b Green, a daughter. MARRIAGES. 1919, at Salem JONES-EV ANS.-April 29th, 1919, at Salem C.M. Chapel. Aberystwyth, by the Rev J. Davies, BA., D. Lloyd Jones, only son of Mr and Mrs. D. R. Jones, Meilhonen, Llan- dile nJol, to Blodwen, only daughter of Mr and Mrs D. E. Evans, of Cossipore .Calcutta, India and of Cossipore, Aberystwyth. p983 LEW I&J ONES.—At the Memorial Chapei, Bortmadoc, April 21st, by Rev W. Koss Hughes, Bprthygest, Mr. W. John Lewis, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Lewis, 9, Doll- street, Machynlleth, and Miss Elizabeth Jones, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones, Congl-y-ffridd, Morfa Bychan. The best man was Mr. Gr ffitli Jones, nephew of the bride, and the bridesmaid was -.ss Kate J'ones, niece of the bride. After the breakfast, the young couple left for Carnar- von. p3397 DEATHS. BEYNON —On April 19th, at 10, Spring- eaid^ns' Trefechan, Aberystwyth, Tudor Beenon, son of Mr. Thomas Beyn'Jn; aged 18 years. nri, p3371 CLIFFORD-BROWNE.—On April 27th, at Penpoinpren Hall, Talybont, Cardiganshire, Major Peter Clifford Browne, late 83rd Regi- ment (Royal Irish Rifles) and 2ud Battalion, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, eldest son of the late Rev Peter Browne, Ahasciagh, Co. Galway. p3390 VA YlES.-April 30th, at Eltham Bouse, Tre'r- ddol, Mr. John Morris Daries. Funeral Sat urda'y May 3rd, at 2 o'clock. p3408 HUMPHREYS.—On April 17th, at Coedcoch, Dyffryn Ardudwv, after a lingering illness, Humphrey Williams Humphreys. Most deeply mourned." p3401 LEWIS.-April 27th, at the Nursing Home, North-parade, Aberystwyth, Miss Susan El'zibeth Lewis, of Borth. p3394 SUMNER.-On the 15th inst., at Eleanor Villa, Brynymor-road, Aberystwyth, Ann Sumner; aged 79 years. R.I.P. p3379 IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our darling liWe Maggie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Davies, 1, Brewer-street, Aberystwyth, who passed peife: fully away April 30th, 1918 Sadly missed by Mother and.Dad and Little Sisters. Twelve months have passed sinc: that sad day Since our little Maggie was called away We loved her most; God loved her best, So took her to His Eternal Rest. p3387 DAWSON.—In loving memory of Annie, the helov, d daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Dawson, 8, Poplar-row, Aberystwyth, who died May 2nd, 1918. We shall never forget her, we loved her too dearly For her memory to fade from our hearts like a dream. The lips need nof speak when the heart mourns sincerely, For grief often dwells where it seldom is seen, Bver remembered by her Father, Mother, Sisters, and Brothers. p3389 In ever-loving memory of Captain T. Jones, tho dearly-beloved and devoted husband of M. E. Jones, Gwalia, Llanon, who lost his life at ssa on board the s.s. "Landjonier" through enemy action on April 21st, 1918. One vear has passed away since that sad day When the husband I loved was called away, Forgotten by some in-tbis world he may be; JBufc u-ever for are moment forgotten by me, Some day I hope to meet him Some day, I know not when, To clasp his hand in the better land Never to part again. p3366 His Sorrowful Wife, Son, and Daughter. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. Mrs. Arthur Uomlins wishes to thank all kind friends who so kindly sent letters of sym- pathy in her bereavement by the loss of her dear brother, Captain Enoch Lewis. Her floral tribute'was omitted from last week's report of her brother's funeral. p3409
PREPAID SCALE. I ,4louses to Let, Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. 'Situations Vacant, Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. ,Jlo. cf On* Three Six Niae Worall Insertion Insertiong Insertions Insertions s. d. 8. d. a. d. s. d. 21 13 26 40 50 28 1 9 3 6 5 0 6 0 85 23 46 60 70 42 2 9 5 6 7 0 8 0 49 33,66 80 90 ;.B.-If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged for postage of repl. 1. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Musical and other successes, 2/6 prepaid not more than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards. SITUATIONS VACANT. BAKER WANTED, well up in smalls. State wages required; live out. — Vaughan Hughes, Bettwsycoed. p3378 COOK-GENERAL wanted for small Nursing Home, opening early in May.—Apply, stating age, experience, and wages, to Secre- tary, Nursing Association, Portmadoc. p3340 CITY LODGE, CARDIFF—Wanted a General Servant at the Receiving Home. Wages, 125 a year; includes a war bonus, all or part of which may be stopped as conditions change, vith uniform and the usual indoor allowances. Subject to Poor Law Rules.—Apply personally or by letter to the Matron* p3369 COOK-GENERAL and House Parlourmaid (friends, or married couple)., take entire management; every consideration, loutinp as desired. Present maids, Welsh. five years ser- vice, leaving to marry. Non-basement, healthy open district; 15 minutes bus ride Hyde Park; family, three; no children. Good wages; real liome for trustworthy service. Character, fares p$id.—Write full particulars, Horning, 40 Exeter-road. Cricklewood, London, N.W. p338i AIRY- Wanted a good general, fare paid. Apply, Jones, 600, Harrow-road, Pad- <JlnKfon. London. P3221 DR. WILLIAMS' SCHOOL, DOLGELLEY.— Require^ immediately, good housemaid; Welsh preferred.Apply the House Mistress. n971 DRESSMAKING, Tailoring, Coat Hands, Bodice Hands, Skirt Hands, required. Best work; permanent positions; wages, 30s. weekly.—Edwin Powell and Son, Shrewsbury. p3328 EXPERIENCED House-parlourmaid and Housemaid family 4 state age and "wagea requiied.—Mrs Bennett, The Dunes, York Kond. Birkdnle, Southpoit. p3205 EMIGRATE NOW. Now is the time to go to the new countries. Freer life, greater op- jjortunities. Canada, ill 10s.; Australia, £46 17s. flil.; New Zealand, C42 17s. 6il.-All parti- culars, "Cambrian News," Emigration Depart- ment, Aberystwyth. REQUIRED, Good Working Housekeeper; small family.—Apply, Mrs. Charles Morgan, Tynycae, Radyr, Cardiff. n972 REQUIRED, immediately experienced Cook- General, or Working Help, for country house; two in family; help kept.—Mrs Masters, Court House, Lincombe, Stourport, Worcester- shire. p3355 USEFUL MAID wanted at once.-Apply, Madeira, Aberdovey. p3383 TTBGENTLY WANTED, from middle of May U for a month, some fully-qualified person to massage, for 20 minutes doily, a wounded officer staying at Talsarnau, for whom it is of the utmost importance. All fares paid. State fees, Mrs. Egleston, Limpsfield, Surrey. p3388 WANTED, small Boy or Girl, to act as W 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, man for farm work; cottage and garden; also man to live in and boy able to milk.—Apply, Thomas, Tydraw, Ryle, near Bridgend. p3191 WANTED, Capable Energetic young woman TV as General Servant; Welsh preferred. -Apply. Jones, 305, Church road, Ldyton, London, E.I. p3234 WANTED, at onoe, boy; must be quick.— Afpljr "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. SITUATIONS VACANT. GOOD PLAIN COOK wanted; excellent wages.-App,ly Mrs Mathias, Bronpadarn, near Aberystwyth. p3396 I)ILAPE,.Y, An experienced Young mdy wanted a-, it,bitiuainl Forewoman— Apply sUttUigfull particulars, Jenkins, Water loo House, Barry. p311 NURSE ATTENDANT will shortly be re- quired for an invalid lady in the neigh- bourhood of Barmouth. Permanent situation for a superior auendant with nursing ex- perience. Not elderly; strong, cheerful, and sympathetic. Good wages.—Apply 512, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p3ibb SMART BOY WANTED. Light work. Good wages.—Apply Gallcway, 21, Pier- street, Aberystwyth. a969 street, Aberystwyth. a969 v ANTHL> immediately, experienced VV House Parlourmaid, two aud Baby in family, three maids and nurse kept.— Mrs Hugh Vivian, Glynteg, PontardAwe, Near Swansea. p8088 in family, three maids and nurse kept.- Mra Hugh Vivian, Glynteg, Pontardawe, Near Swansea. p8088 WANTED.—Several girls for laundry work.—Apply, Aberystwyth Steam Laundry. a937 WANTED.-Womb.D for washing.—Appdy, vV Aberystwyth Steam Laundry. a936 ANTED.-Experienced General, able to vv wash for three people. Several. outings. Wages, jS24 per annum.—Apply, Williams, 43, Eaton-ci escent, Swansea. p3322 WANTED, immediately, experienced good Cook; fauiuy, 4. Good wag^s; usual outings.—Apply to Mrs. Gower, Castle Mal- gwyn, Llechryd, South Wales. p3330 ANTED.-Good General for dairy in W London; comfortable home and good wages.—Apply, Brynawelon, Lisburne-terrace, Abcrystwytn. p3223 ANED.-Experienced Nurse for boy, five TV years, and to help with young baby, six months; help given in nurs3ries.-Apply, with references, stating age and wages required, to Mrs. Gower, Casile Malgwyn, Llechryd, South Wales. pp3329 WANTEDj at once, for two months or longer, machine minder, £ 2 12s 6d., 48 hours.—Apply, Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. WANTED, a General.:—Apply, Evans, 2, Queen's- road, Aberystwyth. p3339 WANTED, a Competent Driver for Sentinel Steam Waggon.—Apply, stating wages and references, to Box 507, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p3319 WANTED, Strong General, at once. Good references.—Apply Mrs. Jones, The Plough, Aberystwytn. p3345 WANTED.—Good Wood Turner immediately for Mid-Wales.—Apply, stating age and wages, 510, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3342 wages, 510, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3342 WANTED.—Boy for Machine Room; would be apprenticed, if suitable.—Apply "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. WANTED, for the Season, at Borth, com- petent young lady to take charge of brian News," Aberystwyth. WANTED, for the Season, at Borth, com- petent young lady to take charge of shop; some experience desirable; good wages to thoroughly-competent person; resident in Borth preferred.—Apply, Box 327, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. ANTED-Experienced Welsh Linotype WANTED—Experienced Welsh Linotype Operator. Must be good mechanic.— Apply, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth WANTED.—A Housekeeper; two in family; good references.—Apply Box 519, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p3402 ANTED!—Capable Cook-General, or v v Domesticated Help. Good wages and liberal outings.—Apply, Velindre, Llanbadarn- road, Aberystwyth. p3395 WANTED, 12 miles from London, one or two superior girls flor pleasant, modern house; four in family; fare paid.L-Greig, Graigowen, Royston, Park-road, Hatch End, Middlesex. p3411 WANTED, a Housekeeper; previous ex- perience in hotel; also waitress.—Apply Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth. p3404 Talbot Hotel, Aberystwyth. p3404 WANTED.—Printers' Machinist; good all- round man for country office; 48 hours; improver might suit. Also girl for feeding machine.—Apply, at 'once, vo Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. WANTED.—Smart, Trustworthy Lad for Fruiterer and Florist's Business.—Applyl J. D. Williams, 45, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. ANTED$-Experienced barmaids for the W Cambrian Railways Refreshment Rooms —vacancies now open with good wages, board and lodging and insurance paid. Apply for form (with stamp) for particulars stating when interviews can be arranged.—C. R. Benwell, District Manager, Welshpool Station. p3370 WANTED|„ Superior Girl for busiuess house; comfortable home.—130, Sand- ringham-rokd. Dalston p3375 WANTED, for London flat, good general, able to do plain cooking; two in family. Good references necessary.—Apply to Mrs. Tudor Phillips. 15, High-terrace, New Quay, Cardiganshire. p3376 Cardiganshire. p3376 WANTED.—Chambermaid, for Plynlymon TV Boarding House.—Apply Manageress. p3382 ANTED.-Housemaid. Apply, Evans, TV Dairy, 55, Kerbela-street, Bethnal Green, London. p3385 ANTED.-Eneretic agents with sound vV connection amongst farmers to sell on commission Molassine Meal and Agricultural Rito; both these articles are well known and advertised. When replying please state exact district covered.,—Reply, by letter, C.A. Depart- ment, The Molassine Co., Ltd. Greenwich, S.E., 10. p3324 YOUNG woman wanted, for housework, and assist in abop (Dairy>;fare paid.— Apply. 1, Great Sutton Street, Goswell-road, London. p3197 SITUATIONS WANTED. LADY (widow), with small income requires a position to assist in good boarding or apartments house, or private. Has furni- ture, linen, and plate, etc., for service use. Highest references to exchange. No cooking.— Apply Box 509, M Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. p3337 TUITION. LADY, with many years' boardi g school experience, is thinking of opening in ▲barystwyth a school for small children from 5 years. Special attention would be given to delicate and backward children as boarders— B. Murless, Welwyn House, Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, p3391 SHORTHAND.—J. Wynn Williams (Pitman's Certificated Teacher), Cadvan House, Towyn, gives thorough instruction in Short- hand, either individually or in classes. Pupils carefully prepared for office work. Moderate fees. n561 W IRELESS TELEGRAPHY—To enable ua to eater for the demand for Qualified W ireles Operators, we have, at the request of applicants, decided to accept Fees by Instalments to those who prefer it. and shall be pleased to send Prospectus on application to:—Wireless Training College, St Mary Street. Cardiff, and Castle Street, Swansea APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES 1-—— APARTMENTS WANTED—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 fisbing.-State particulars and inclusive terms to D26, "Adver- tiser" Office, Llandudno. n3357 PARTMENTS W ANTED.-Sittinc and 2 J-TL Bedrooms, on the sea front, Aberyst- wyth or Pwllheli. Bath and w.c. Attendance and cooking; no extras; for June, July, and August.—Terms to X.M., "Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. p339 ABERDOVEY.—Furnished house to let; A facing sea, for one. two, or three months, July, August, and September. Three Reception, 7 Bedrooms, and 8 Beds; usual con- veniences; south aspect.—Apply Box 514, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p3378 brian News," Aberystwyth. p3378 COMFORTABLE Furnished House to let, in Snowdon district; nicely situated; 7 rooms. Apply Box 516 "Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. P3386 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.- Apply, Box, 499, "Cambrian News," Aberyst- WJtb. p3267 < APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES PENMAENMAWR.—To let, immediately Furnished House; best position possible. Two Entertaining and 5 Bedrooms; modern con- veniences. Terms, moderate.—Apply Box 515, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3380 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, for August, at Aberystwyth or Borth, house with attendance or rooms; 3 bedrooms, ,1 sitting room.—State terms and situation, Dr. Dawson, Willenhall, Staffs. p3255_ HOUSES WANTED. HOUSES WANTED Where the families need solid leather boots and shoes for hard year, and slippers.—Inquire Morton's, Terrace- road. Aberystwyth. &738 ANTED.-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, TT unfurnished house; rent about 218 to .C20.-Apply. Box,, 504, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3293 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 IE LIT Oil >6Li. 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 JE20 per annum.— Particulars from Messra. Reea and Evans, Estate Agents, Abery&twytn. aS25 ABERYSTWYTH.—To let or for sale, Free- A hold Premises known as DERLWYN, Edgehill-road; premises in good repa.r; pos- session forthwith; suitable for a dairy or giocery business.-Apply. Smith, Davies, and Co., Solicitors, Aberystwyth. p3373 ABERYSTWYTH.—HOUSE to let, FUMISOED or unfurnished, containing 2 Reception, 6 Bedrooms, Bath (h. and c.); immediate posses- sion.—Appiy, Elyria, Bath-street, Aberystwyth. Bedrooms, Bath (h. and c.); immediate posses- sion.-Appiy, 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 ARMOUTH.-TO Let, Bronwen House and Jj Bay View; immediate possession; con- taining 3 Bitting rooms and 10 bedrooma; bath (h. and c.)—Apply, John Roberts, Ripon House, Barmouth. p3246 CRICCIETHr-For Sale, Semi-detached house C on sea front; modern built. Three Re- ception, 9 Bedrooms; sanitary arrangements tested by expert. Highly recommended by visitors. PtOssession ,at any t.me.W-Box No. 517 "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth p3398 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 FOR SALE.—Clove*dale, Dinas terrace, Aber- ystwyth. Modern built house, 8 rooms, bath (h. and c.), large garden; possession, 12th May.—Apply, T. Jones, at abote address. 1710R 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, E<Jwards, Midfield; South- gate, Aberystwyth. p3349 FOR SALE.—The Freehold Dwelling House known as 42 Queen-street, Aberystwyth; Also the Freehold Piece of Land adjoining Carregwen, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth, 1,162 square yards in extent, making excellent building sites, or suitable for ai garden.,— Apply, Roberto and Evans, Solicitors, Aberyst- wyth. a985 REEHOLD.-For sale, large and com- F modious Double-fronted House and SOOp, situated in the principal business part of Aberystwyth, and which is suitable for any business. Premises in excellent condition. Good san.tary arrangements. Fitted with electric light.—Apply W. P. Owen. Solicitor, Aber- ystwyth. p3403 FOR SALE by Private Treaty, a Freehold Six-roomed C^tiage at Llanbadarn; good garden, greenhouse, outbuildings; 1A miles from Aberystwyth. or- 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 HOUSE AND SHOP TO LET, 31, Little Darkgate-street, formerly occupied by Mr Ashley Jpnes, Hairdresser. Convenient situa- tion possession forthwith.—Apply, Smith, Davies, and Co., Solicitors. p3374 HOUSE TO LET in Dyffryn; facing the sea; containing 13 rooms; moderate rent.— Apply, Box 485, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth p3168 HOUSES TO LET, with Immediate pomwtan Cottage at Penyfron, Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold, Avoniale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth.—Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, Aberystwyth. HOUSE AND SHOP to let, from May 12th next; 36, Little Darkgate-street, Aber- ystwyth.—Apply, Rowlands, Frongoch, Clarach, Aberystwyth. p3372 HOUSE TO LET, Atlantic View, Pier-street, May 12th.—Apply Mrs. Longley, Dolerw, Pier-street. p3350 I^EAR BARMOUTH.—Unfurnished, old- i.^1 fashioned country house; 3 Reception, 6 Bedrooms, Garden, 5 acres of land, Stable, Outbuildings. Vacant May.—Box 518, "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p3400 mO LET.—House and Shop, 25, Pier-street, -I- May 12th.—Apply Mrs. Longley, Dolerw, Pier-street. p351 TO LET.—Old-established. business premises If. A T> J/v jCViAn 7 Px>/»i»rv+ inn If. A T> J/v jCViAn 7 Px>/»i»rv+ inn -•» uu juu,rmo A ai aug .—> w Rooms, 9 Bed and Dressing Rooms, Kitchens, Fift, etc.—Apply, Vaughan Rees, 48, Marine Terrace. p3352 mO BE SOLD, in rising Merioneth resort, -■- modern-built Freehold Premises (Drapery and grocery); progressive business; capital open- ing for pushing man.—Apply Box 508, "Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p3336 TO BE SOLD, Aberystwyth, freehold houses, overlooking Castle and sea.—Apply, "M," "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p2749 TO LET AT BORTH, commodious premises; recently built over shop, kitchen and par- lour on ground floor, 4 rooms on first floor, bathroomt, indoor sanitation, 5 bedrooms on second floor. Good garden. Especially suit- able to tenants with daughter could take charge of shop during summer xnonths. Admirable position for letting apartments, or as summer bungalow; Cl5 per annum, or would let for shorter period.—Apply to Box 325, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl234 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 Bonsall, Pendibyn, Aberystwyth. p3259 POULTRY. ^/TISSES HACKLAND AND HAMMOND can 1TJ_ 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 Reas (single comb). Orders booked for chicks, 18s. tid. per dozen.— Gurrey Manor," Llandilo, Carmarthenshire. p3176 PULLETS, 7s. fid. each; 5 and cock, 45s.; laying'10s. 6d. each;; £ 6 dozen. List, 30 breeds free.—Hummell Stratford, Essex. RELIABLE EGGS FOR HATCHING. I PREPARE now for next Winter's Egg JL Supply; white leghorns (Barron's Strain) 10s. 6d. per dosen eggs.—From R. H. Roberta, The Gardens, Tanybwlcli S.O. p3053 I MISCELLANEOUS WANTED.. cHIROPOD Y '-Don't let your feet trouble you, have them attended to by a Foot bpecialut" for..»U foot ailments, corns, bunions, etc., etc. By appointment only.—D. Williams, "Tue Chiropodist," 3, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth.. PIM 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. Hit c/o Mr John Potts, Town Porter, Aberystwyth. p3u03 TLTcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought XTX and Cast Iron, Swap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 MOLESKINS W ANTED.-808. per 100 Best -iTjL Large Clear Winter Skins. Any qusn. t.ty taken. Cash by return. Send at once to Department 32, W. M. Cohen, 6 and 8, Emer- ald-street, London, W.C. 1. SECONb-HAND PIANO wanted.—Give par- ticulars <jo Box 503, Cambrian Newa," Aberystwyth. P3= TIMBER HAULING CONTRACT to let; large quantity; near Cemmaes Road Station.—Apply, Box 249, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p3360 ANTED.Cc,pies of the "Cambrian News," TV any edition, for March 7th, 1919; 3d. each paid. Send direct to Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. TTffANTfcD TO HIRE, for three or four TT weeks, a motor car; a side car not objected to. Greatest care taken by an ex- perienced and careful driver.—Apply, R.W., Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3392 ANTED.-Lady Artist to join another, W share house; each her own furniture; close to Promenade.—Write to Campbell 3, Albert-place, Aberystwyth. p3393 ANTED.-Pitwood Fir and Oak.-Particu- vV lars to David Jones and Co., Limited (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue near Pontypool, Mon. p3OO8 WANTED, Engines, Boilers, Mor*ar Mills, Stone Breakers, Concrete Mixers, etc., for cash.—W. Barton, Aitriucham. p3152 WANTED.—A Second-hand Two-Seater Ford Car; also a Two-Seater Light Car of good make.—State full particulars and price, "The Merioneth Engineering Depot, Aberdovey." p3299 WANTED, Mpi«8kins Stretched and Dried; W also Badgar, 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 W Borth.-Reply giving details and prices to Box 326, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl235 WANTED urgently, 100,000 dos. Rabbit Vv Skins, 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, Cbincnards, Ruga, Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, ted haugoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas. Saltfish, Itrrrings, Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every description, Empty Cases, Carbide Tins, Saste Motor Oi). Offer me anything which appears useiect. Also all kinds inachinery.-Thomas H< rton, Govern- ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil. p2528 POTATOES! POTATOES!! WANTED, large quantities of best Table Potatoes; top prices given.—Write Harpers, Wholesale Merchants, Ammanford. Phone, 53. p3347 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. AG IQ FOR sah^-A-pplf, Buttrells, Llandre, Card igauahke. p3446 ARNARVONSUIRE.-Drepery, Cleau Gro- cery and Postrpffice Business on sale as a going concern; healthy industrial locality; capital required, £400 to jESOO.—For further particulars write Box 483, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p31b0 DAY-OLD CHICKS for sale.—Prices on appli- cation.—Apply Lisburne Arms, Aberyst- wyth. p3359 EARTHENWARE and" China, Largest, Cheap- est and Best Variety, Hawkers and Shops; assorted crates, 212 10s.-Lists free; Catalogue, 6d.-Regent Fine Art Pottery Co., Hanley, Staffs. FOR SALE.—Nep Laid Eggs, £ 6 per case, 360, if unsold.—-Sullivan, Lincoln's Inn Farm, Kingsland, Herefordshire p3332. FOR SALE.—Four Well-bred Black Bulls, 10 and 12 months old.—Apply, E. Jones, Dyffryntrogin, Clynderwen. p3226 FOR SALE.—Small Gas Engine, li-h.p. May be seen at th« Cambrian News Works. Offers invited. 3214 FOR SALE.—Two Pure-bred Welsh Rams; 12 months old; fit for show and to win in any company.—Thomas, Gorllwyn, Bar- mouth. p3384 VOV SALE.—Centreboard Sailing Boat, "The -T Leek," 16ft 4in x 5ft. 3 in. Double set gear; self-furling jib; "Evinrude" motor engine.—Apply, Mrs. Ellis Morgan, 2, Marine- terrace, or T. James, Ferryman, Aberystwyth. al,001 FOR SALE.—Four Shire Mares, in foal; good workers; sound; 4 to 8 years old. Two Pedigree Yearling Shire Fillies, fit to show; 6 Pedigree Welsh Black Yearling Bulb, ready to serve.—Dale Williams, Towyn. n943 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 la. 6d. (postage, 6d. extra). Manufacturers, G. W. Harrison, Hair Special- ist, Reading. Agent for Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyfh. LEARN SHORTHAND.—All Pitman's Short- hand books, exercise books, special pens and pencils at the "Cambrian News" Stores. Anv book suDDlied by Dost immediately on re- oeipt of order. No waiting. RABBIT NETTING.—Long Field Nets, lines JLI, complete, also Purse and Ferret Nets, and special Netting Twines; list free.—E. Parnall and Co., Netting Woris, Bedminister, Bristol. RATS, VICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat Harrison's "Reli- able" Rat Poison. Cats and dop 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 Chemists. 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 SELL privately, quantity ladies' underwear, pkitfta, blouses; g»od, cheap.—1J^ St. Mary's-road Prittlewell, Essex. p3410 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing; also s 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 loaos; cash with order.—Gin- ster Bros., Agricultural Produce Merchants, West Bromwirh, Staffs. p3042 -« Q-f Q DIARIES.—Call to see our selection 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 from large-framed deep-milking pows by puro-hved bulls. Carriage paid, anywhere. Satisfaction guaranteed. Also a few Pedigree and Cross Holsteins.—For prices and particulars. Fred Briggs Gill, Wynngate, Whitchurch, Salop. p2961 « 0_- _k- SALES BY AUCTION COOKE BROS & ROBERTS F.A.I., Etc. ——— Agricultural and Genera) 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 Cooke Bros. and Roberts. SPRING FIXTURES. —— of —— IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL DISPERSION AND OTHER SALES. May 6th.—NE'VTOWN. Sale of Freehold Villa Residence. May 6th.-Newtown.-Sals of Desirable Small Holding. May 7th.—CLEGRYDDWR, Llanbrynmair. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr. Jones. U'.o- Q..t. T-lr A aojr oui.—oxv x jaAin..—jnontniy stock Sale. Other Important Sale Fixtures wiil shortly be announced. Offices: Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aberystwyth. GLANSEVERN ARMS HOTEL, PANTMAWR, Within 4 miles of Llangurig and 9 9 miles from Llanidloes. "JLCESSRS. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS are fuvoured with instructions from Mrs. Evans, who is leaving, to Sell by Auction, upon the Premises, as above, On MONDAY NEXT. MAY 5th. 1919, The Whole of the Valuable Hotel Furnishings, Comprising the Contents of 3 Reception Rooms, Bar, 7 Bedrooms, Domestic Offices, and Outdoor Effects. The Furnishings of Reception Rooms include Well-made Suites, upholstered in Hair Cloth and Leather; Couches, Easy Chairs, Rush and Wicker Chairs, 1 Dozen New Lath Back Chairs Windsor and other Arm Chairs, Mahogany Telescopic Dining Tables, 8ft. x 4ft. and 6ft. x 4ft; Deal Dining Table on Trestles, lift 6in x 4ft.; Mahogany Bookcase, Sideboards and Cbef- fonier in Mahogany, an Excellent Carved Oak Sideboard, well fitted with Cupboarda and Drawers and Plate Glass Back, 6ft.; Oak Bock- ease with Cupboards and Drawers. A FIRST-CLASS PIANOFORTE in Burr Walnut Case, by Metzler, Music Stool, Edison's Phonograph with Records and Receivers, Over- mantels, Mirrors, Marble Timepiece, Whatnots,' Oil Paintings and Engravings, Cases of Birds, Hand Sewing Machine by Singer, E.P. Goods and Cutlery, Carpets, Hearthugs, Linoleums, Brass Rail and other Fenders, Barometer in Oak Case, 8-Day Clock, a number of Benches with backs and arms, Lace Window and other Ourtains, Table and Hanging Lamps, etc., etc. CONTENTS OF BAR include a new Two- Pull Beer Engine in first-class order, Tables, Seats, Mirrors, Set of Pewter Measures, Jugs, 5 Dozen Ale Glasses, Decanters, 10 Silver-plated Tankards, Spirit Barrels and Tester, Iron Safe by Hipkms, etc. THE BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS include Mahogany Half-tester Bedsteads, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Woven Wire Mattresses Wool Overlays, 3 Feather Beds, Bed Linen, Blankets and Counterpanes, Satin Walnut Suites com- plete with Wardrobes Oak Wardrobe with Drawers in Base, Mahogany and other Chests pf Drawers, Oak Linen and other Chests, Toilet Tables, Toilet GHassee, Sets 4 of Toilet Ware, Commodes, Cane-seatd and other Chairs, Towel Rails etc., etc. THE CONTENTS OF DOMESTIC OFFICES include Tables, Chairs, Cupboards, Wringing and Mangling Machine a Large Collection of Kitchen and Culinary Requisites. IN DAIRY.—Barrel Churns, Pans and Brew- ing Vessels, Galvanised Iron Flour and Corn Bins, Scales and Weights, a new 10-Gallon Oil Drum, etc. THE OUTDOOR EFFECTS include Narrow Wheel Cart and Gambo, a Well-built Dog Cart, Iron Harrow, Chains, Harrow Plough, Mincing Machine, Chaffcutters, Troughs Sundry Toole, Sets of Gears and Harness^ Garden Seats, Steel- jards, Lady's Cycle, "ltaleigh," etc., etc. Also a 5-Seater FORD CAR in excellent condition. Sale to commence punctually at 1 o'clock with the Outdoor Effects. Car to be offered for Sale at 1 o'clock. Refreshments. Auctioneers' Offices: Newtown and Llanidloes. n989 LLANBRYNMAIR SMITHFIELD, MONT. On THURSDAY, MAY 8th, 1919, MESSRS. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS will conduct their Special Monthly Sale of -250 Store Cattle- -and- 300 Ewes and Lambs. The entry of Cattle includes several bunches of Strong Bullocks and Heifers. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock punctually. n990 MID-WALES HORSE REPOSITORY, NEWTOWN, MONT. THE NEXT Monthly Prize Sale Will take place On TUESDAY, MAY 27th, 1919, at 11-30 a.m. EARLY ENTRIES INVITED. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS, HALL, WATERIDGE, and OWEN, Auctioneers. Offices: High-street, Newtown. n991 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ABERTSTWYTH. i For Sale by Auction On MONDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1919, All that Desirable FREEHOLD FARM Situate and known as CEFNHENDRE, within 11 miles of Aberystwyth, comprising 120 acres of sound Arable, Meadow and Pasture Land, with excellent Homestead and Farm Buildings. Solicitors: Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Aber- ystwyth. Auctioneers: Messrs. Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Aberystwyth. a941 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. 8UT I LADD TYRCHOD Ysgrifena John Pryce, Maesymeirch: Blinid ni 8CW gan dyrchod, cynyddent bob biwyddyn, fel yr oedd y tir a golwg ddifrifol arao, 8C yr oedd arnaf gywilydd ohono; ond clywais fod Mr. Hugh Davies, Chemist, Machynlleth, wedi dyfeisio peth i'w Dadd yn dcti-drderth lawn. Ei enw ydyw Mob-at," mewn packets, U. 60. yr un. Prynais backet a rhoddais ef yn ol y cyfarwyddyd am ben pry f aid genwair, a rhoddais y rhai hyny yn ilwybr y twrch. Ni ^odsid y tw mwy. Druggist. am SALE9 BY AUCTION. DANIEL 1. REES & EVANS CriSNi £ KA.L ADt TlOiVKiiKS AND V ALUEKS. HOCM AND ESTATH AOKNT8, ETC. Prompt Personal, attention given to all Business. OFFICII (Open Daily): 4, Baker ScraeD. ioarystvyytfi 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. 25th.-Tánc.:a.ste, Riiyayfelin Sept. 26th.-Rhydhir-issa, Bow Street. Oct. lst.-Lletty'n-hen, Bontgoch. DATES NOT FIXED. Cefnhendre Farm, near Aberystwyth. Rhydhir-ucha, Bow Street. Other Important Sales will be announced later. ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF A VALUABLE BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS are favouied with instructions to submit for Sale by Auction, at the Lion Royal Hotel, on WEDNESDAY, MAY í lh, 1919, At 3-30 o'clock in the aiternoon, subiect to the usual Conditions of Sale wliica will tuen read or produced, tiie Valuable Leasehold Boarding Establishment Situate and known as RADFORD HOUSE, Victoria Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth, held I under a lease from the Corporation, having an unexpired trm of 10 years from the 12th November next, at an appoitioned annual ground rent of 25 12s. Od. The Property is now in hand and vacant possession w/Il be given upon completion of the purchase. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers; or to Messrs. JOSEPH DAVIES and SON Solicitors, all of 4, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH. A Private and Boarding Establishment to be Sold, with immediate possession. MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS have been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Auction, at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, 1919, At 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as may be then read or produced, all .that very Valuable Leasehod Private Apartments and Boarding Establish- I ment, known as -Penbryn House," Otherwise No. 55, MARINE TERRACE, cocu- pying a most central position on the Sea Front. This Deiirable Property is held under a lease dated 20th September, 1892, from the Cor- poration of Aberystwyth, having an unexpired term of 48 years at a nominal annual ground rent of 10s 6d, which lease may be inspected at the Office of the Vendor's Solicitor, and vacant possession will be given upon completion of the purchase. The House contains 3 Large Reception Rooms, 13 Spacious Bedrooms, Bathroom, 2 w.c.'s. Housekeeper's Room with well-fitted Pantry, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Wash-house, and the usual Offices. Good garden with entrance into Queen's-road. The Property is now in hand, but until re- cently was let at;C9O per annum. I For farther particulars and permits to view I apply to the Auctioneers, or to John P. Sinnett, Esq., the Vendor's Solicitor, all of Aberystwyth. a975 Lampeter Dalis Sales Week ritHE FOLLOWING will be the order of Sales X at the Mart during the week:— TUESDAY, MAY 6th, Starting at 9-30 a.m. prompt. Sale of 100 Heavy Cart Horses; 45 Draught Horses and Vanners; 40 Pit Horses (4 years old and upwards). WEDNESDAY, MAY 7th, I Starting at 9-30 a.m. prompt. Sale of 25 3-year101d Carters and Colliers; 10 In-Foal Mares; 60 Hackneys, Cobs, and Ponies; 20 2-year-old Carters and Colliers. THURSDAY, MAY 8th, Starting at 10 a.m. with the Cows and Calves, 45 Cows and Calves; 250 Store Cattle. Also Grading of Fat Stock from 9 a-m. Farmers are earnestly requested to bring in their Stock punctual each day. DANIEL I. REES AND WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. Uanilar Mart. THE NEXT MONTHLY SALE OF STOCK will be held On SATURDAY, MAY 3rd 1919. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS and EBEN R. DAVIES, Auctioneers. a949 CLOVERDALE, DINAS TERRACE. MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS are favoured with instructions from Mr. T. Jones, late of Frongog (who is going abroad), to Sell by Auction, upon the Premises, as above, on SATURDAY, MAY 10th, 1919, The Collection of Useful Antique and Modern Furniture. including, briefly, the following:—Old Oak Blanket Chest with Raised Panels, Ditto Bible Chest; Pape Mache Chair with Cane Seat; Rosewood Circular Dining Table; Bamboo and Lacquer Folding Card Table with Green Baize Top, Rosewood Davenport Desk, Carved Wal- nut Occasional Table, Extending Chair in Mahogany Frame; Wicker Arm and other Chairs, Axminster and Brussels Carpets; Brass Reading Lamp. Pet Stands, Iron and Brass Fenders and Fire Irons, 2 Interesting Old Chairs with High Backs, Hand Sewing Machine (Singer's). 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, Latli-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 Washstands, 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. W.B.-Unless previously sold, the charming ittle Dwelling House, CloverdaJe," will be offered by auction at 3 o'clock on the same day. a951 TOWN OF ABERYSTWYTH. Unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty, I TtTESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS will offer for Sale by Auction, FRIDAY MAY 16th, 1919, That Welt-known and Popular Freehold Hotel Known as BRYNAWBL, Aberystwyth. The above is in the market owing to the ill- health of the Proprietor. Further particulars will appear later, and in the meantime may be obtained from the Auctioneers; or T. J. Samuel, Esq., Solicitor, gWiciWr, all oi Abeiystwyth, a898 =g- SALES BY AUCTION j t THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. 1 On MONDAY, MAY 12th 1919, Sale of Valuable ] Household Furniture j Removed from Eleanor Villa, Brynymor, andf J otlier Residences. j T\ANIEL I. REES and EVANS, Auctioneers. 17 a852 Talybont Mart. GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clock. J DANIEL I. REES and EVANS, a798 Auctioneers. Preliminary Announcement. I CARDIGANSHIRE. 1; Miles from Llandre and Borth, and 5 Miles from Aberystwyth. "ITESSRS DANIEL I REES and BVANS ■i- have been favoured with instructions to submit for Sale by Auction (unless previously disposed of by Private Trea.ty), EARLY nt JUNE, that very Valuable Freehold tarm and Lands, known as BRYNEWL, situate as afore- said. Full particulars from the Auctioneers. a823 ABERYSTWYTH.—For Sale by Private Treaty, spacious double-fronteo FREE- HOLD SHOP and PREMISES, situate in Great Darkgate S'reet. Suit any business.—Apply Messrs. REES AND EVANS, Estate Agents. Aberystwyth. South Wales Horse Sales, Carmarthen. THE NEXT HORSE SALE Will be hold at CARMARTHEN On FRIDAY, MAY the 23rd, 1919. Prizes-918. ENTRIES absolutely CLOSE on THURS- DAY, MAY 15th, after which NO ENRlEtS WILL BE ACCEPTED. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Schedules, Entry Forms, and Prize Lists eta be obtained of the Auctioneers— CAVES AND MESSRS HOWELL THOMAB. St. Mary's Auction Mart. Carmarthen. J. PUGH & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS, Sales and Valuation will be undertaken of all kinds of PROPERTY, FARMING STOCK, FURNITURE, lITC, upon reasonable terms with Prompt Settlement Office Opened DAILY at CENTRAL CHAII- BERS, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. Mr. JOHN PUGH Has been instructed to conduet the following Sales:— IMPORTANT SALE OF CARRIAGES. MESSRS PUGH and THOMAS ha*» bet*, instructed to sell, at 2 p.m.. On MONDAY, MAY 5th, (Fair Day), At the SmitLfield, Aberystwyth, A Number of Vehicles, Namely, Charabancs, Waggonettes, Landaus, Milk Floats, etc., etc. TERMS-CASH. The Auctioneers are prepared to aeeept limited number of other vehicles to be ia- reliminary Announcement. BRYNLLYS, BORTH. GREAT DISPERSAL SALB. MESSRS. PUGH AND THOMAS have be«» favoured with instructions from Richard James, Esq., to Sell by Public Auction, at tha above, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23ri, 191.. the whole of the Farming Stock, and Implements. Further particulars later. a91.8 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT" MESSRS. J. PUGH and THOMAS have re- ceived instructions to Sell by Publict Auction the FREEHOLD FARM CEFNERGLODD, TALYBONT. Particulars, as well as date and plaee, will appear in the next issue. a966 Goods Stored, Cash Advanced or Goods Bought Outright. n 6 JOHN GIBSON, .1#lnrtAAr- 6 Old Post Office Lhamuers, ABERYSTWYTH, Is fixing his Dates of Sale for the coming season, and will b. glad to call on clients to suit their convenience. Prompt (i Careful Attention to all Business. Immediate Settlements. THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. "|0. JOHN GIBSON will Sell by Auction, if!_ On MONDAY, MAY 5th, 1919, A Large Collection of Useful Household Furniture AND EFFECTS, Including excellent Feather Beds, Pillows and Bolsters, Single and Double Bedsteads, Chairs, Cupboards, American Strove, Sundry China, Washing Machines, Chests of Drawers, Tables, ete. An APOLLO PIANOLA, with Stool and 12 Records, and several Pieces of Old Oak. A limited number of lots will be accepted for inclusion in this Sale. Sale to commence at 12-30. Old Fost Office Chambers, Terrace-road, Abarystwyth. a9688 Pianos WONDERFUL BARGAINS now on cfler by well known British makers in y ifctteally new condition, returned by hirers to tke front. List free.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd.. 25, Queen-st., Cardiff, and at lgwwwm, New- port, Bristol, Pontyprldd, Nddgmd. Bbbw Vale, Bargoed, Chepstow, Llanelly, S3, Sk Marj-mt., OaraiS. This opportunity abcmld aot be lock II, f .10 (