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Births, Marriages and Deaths. A d chaw of Is. 6a. is mailt tor announcement: 9/ Births and Deaths (if a verse is added the charge is Zr. more according to length) and 2s. M./o", Marriage announcements under this heading. In all cases the ckargsjmusi be tret aid. MARRIACES. FARMER—LLOYD.—At St. Michael's Church, Aberystwyth, on Saturday. August 16th, 1919 by special licence, Canon David Wil- liams officiating, John Egholm Farmer (ex- lieutenant, R.F.A.), only son of the late Mr. Peter Farmer and of Mrs. Farmer, Caminha, Minho, Portugal, to Cissie Emily, youngest daughter of Mrs. C. P. Lloyd, Haulfryn, Custom House-street, Aberystwyth. p3987 THOMAS—EDWARDS.—On the 18bh inst at Holy Trinty Church, Aberystwyth, by the Rev J. Rhys Edwards, B.A., vicar of Lawley, Salcp (uncle of :Ihe bride), assisted by the Ven Archdeacon Williams, M.A., vioar of the parish, Capt. Reginald Udell Thomas, of the 51st Welsh Regiment (Army on the Rhine), son of Alderman Morgan Thomas, ex-lord mayor of Cardiff, and Mrs Thomas, Brynderwen, Penylan, Cardiff, to Gwladys Isobel third daughter of Mr. T. H. Edwards N.S.R., atnti Mrs Edwards*, Tngela, Aber- vsfcwvth. p3979 DEATHS. IIOSKING.—August 14th, at 127. Wyrley-road. Witton, Birmingham, Henry Hosking, late of Aberystwyth. p3970 IN MEMORIAM. :JJA VIES.-In eve-r lowng memory of my be- loved husband Bob (Robert Humphrey), 2nd lieutenant, R.W.F., who was killed in action in France on August 23rd, 1918. Sadly missed by his sorrowing wife.— Westminster House, Bridge-street, Aber- ystwyth. p3997 .-XVANS.-In loving memory of Private Job Evans, 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards, who was killed in action on the 27th of August, 1918, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Evans, Ffyoonafan, Lianafan, Crosswood. What pain he bore we never knew We did not see him die, ;But this we know that he has gone And never said goodbye. Ever remembored by his loving father, mother, sisters, and brothers. p3996 TARRY.-In loving memory of David P. Parry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Parry, 2, Poole- side, Carnarvon, who fell in action in France August 24th. 1918. His cheerful smile and loving ways are pleasant to recall He had a kindly word for each And died beloved by aJL Inserted by his friends, Mr. and Mrs. J. Wright, Hazel House, Portland-road, Aber- __ystwytli. p4006 r
PUEPAID SCALE. Reuses to Let. House* Wanted. Situation* Wanted. Sttwrtions Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. NO. of One Three Six Nine Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions s. d. 8. d. d. 8. d. m. 13 26 40 50 J8 19 36 50 60 35 2 3 4 6 6 0 70 42 29 56 70 80 49 33 66 80 90 ag.B.-If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged for postage of rept.1. 'Wedding presents, 2d. a line. "Musical and other successes, 2/8 prepaid not more than 5 lines, ed. a line afterwards SITUATIONS VACANT. A Vacancy occurs on the literary staff of a well-known progressive Welsh Weekly. A fully qualified Journalist is required who is also a verbatim shorthand writer and capable of bright sub-editing. Thorough knowledge of Welsh is desirable, but not essential. The position offers considerable scope to a capable inan.-Apply, Box "M.H," "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p6576 COOK-HOUSEKEEPER wanted for gentle- C man's house near Barmouth. Must be able to churn. One over thirty preferred; housemaid kept.—Apply, ptatifng fwages and references, to Box 582, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. ■ p3952 /~100K. General for Hoyrake, Cheshire, about I'J 20th September; one willing to do wash- ing preferred; C28 to start; highest refer- ences essential; another maid kept.-Apply, Mrs. W. Rees, Abereistedd Villa, Criccieth. p4001 OOK GENERAL required whore two maids vV are kept; three in family; country; no washing.—Mrs. Clifton West, Aber Eden, near Dolgelley. p3920 GENERAL Reliable; three in family. Apply, Mrs. O. Williams, Pc.nrallt, Machvnlleth. tf000 GENERAL (good) wanted for farmhouse, splendid wages to suitable girl; refer- ences essential.—Mrs. W. Jetikiln4, Rhoswen Farm, Bedwellty. Bargoed, Glam. p3862 GENERAL SERVANT Wanted, middle of September for Radyr, near Cardiff.— Apply, giving reference, to Mrs. Jones, Awclon, Borth. I>3921 GLAMORGAN FARMERS' UNION desires G applications for post of Organising Sec- -cretary. Salary, C350 per year; S100 per year allowance for travelling and administra- tive expenses. Experience of administration (scntial. Knowledge of Welsh desirable.— Applications by August 23rd, 1919, to Secre- tary, 2 Market-street, Bridgend. s271 X ADY AGENT WANTED to sell our JLi Blouses and Underwear.—Rhodes and Co., 147/149, Newington Causeway, S.E. 1. p3902 ILLINERY —Wanted, Experienced Mil- liner; able to serve through; live out.— Full particulars first letter, Thompson Rees, Narberth. p3978 STRONG Man wanted immediately for gar- den work: some experience Churchman. —Apply, Mrs. Holland, Caerdeon, Dolgelley. p3989 W ANTED-Experienced Welsh Linotype W Operator. Must be good mechanic.— Apply, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth WANTED, at once, a good plain Cook or Cook-General, until middle of Septem- ber.-Writ(-, Mrs. Harries, Grosvenor House, Aberystwyth. p3820 WIDOWER requires middle-aged House- keeper immediately; comfortable home; three children, two working.—Apply, H. Evans, 32, Rhiw Pare, Abertillery, Mon. p3816 WANTED, young General to work with Useful Help in Kensington Flat; one lady only.—Apply, Miss Roberts, Laurel Villa, Llanbadarn, Aberystwyth. p3897 WANTED, for London, a Good General Servant for small Welsh family. Good hours and wages.—Mrs Lewis, Tynllechwedd Hall. Llandre, Cardiganshire. p3959 r^XT^NTED.—Nursery Governess for four TT'J children, ages from 5 to 10.—Apply Box 578 "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth.p3930 WANTED, Cook General and Housemaid Waitress or two girls willing to learti.— Apply, Mrs. Cross, Ynvshir Hall, Glandyfi. p3967 ^nrTANTED, a Jaapablo pefrson; as Cook- W « general, about September, for Mrs. Bnnals, Mellish-road, WaJsall.-Apply, Fron- gryn, Towyn. p3949 WANTED, immediately, a Housemaid.— Apply Mrs. \Morris-Davies, Ffosrhyd- galed. Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. s231 w ANTED.-Vanman to deliver bread, town TT round.—Apply, James, Bakery, Llan* pawsa, Aberystwyth. p3928 ^flTANTED, about 14th, very gotod Plain ▼ ▼ Cook and House Parlourmaid for Lon- don. Good salary to capable girls, well recom- mended, Apply, Mrs. Rees, Aronfa, Brookfield- tetrace, Pwllheli. I p3926 WANTED, Junior Clerk in Solicitors Office. —Apply, Solicitors, "Cambrian News'' Office. Aba-vstwvth. a294 WANTED, Waitress with a little exneri- ence.—Apply to J. Davies, Feathers Hotel. Aberayron. p3993 TTTANTED, Good Cook General for Man- fW Chester district; four in family; house- maid-waitress kppt; liberal outings; wage, £35 — £ 40.—Apply to Mrs. Nuttall, Worn, Beach-road. Fairbourne. p3983 WANTED, Good Cook General, from Aug- ust 29th. for seaside, North Wales, Wages £ 25— £ 30.—Apply, Williams, Plas Newvdd. Criccieth. p3981 WANTED, at once. a Groom-Gardener.— v Apply, stating acre, experience and wages required, together with references to:—R. Gil- lart, Esq., Estate Office, Plas Machvnlletli. "n273 "iv/" ANTED, an Experienced Manager or Manageress for Drapery and Boot Shop about to be opened, Welsh essential, state salary rennired.—Apply to Box 589, "Cambrinn NOffice. p3984 WANTED, well-educated Clerk; able to take charge of set of books under super- vision. Accurate and speedy worker required. Good opportunity for "oune man who wishes to make good.-Apply, Roberts, c.o. Cambrian Kptt-c; ibe-vstw-rtb. nl37 YOUNG General wanted for London; good home, no cooking; wairw. £ 30 year: also Toung girl to look after children and assist in light housework; wasr^s £ 20 year.—Apply, Mrs. Barber. Finsbury House, Penmaesglas-road, Aberystwyth. p3998 SJTUATIONS WANTED. YOUNG Gentlewoman desires post, secre- X tarial work) shorthand typist; com- panion, residential or office.—Apply Box 584, Cambrian Mews" Office, Aberystwyth. p3964 TUITION. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. 1 ETA A QUALIFIED OPERATORS are IJOUU URGENTLY WANTED at commencing salaries of S120 rising to £250. Every student now at our school has a berth waiting for him and we require 250 more to qualify as early as ible. —Apply, Wireless Training College, Cardiff or Swansea. APARTMENTS WANTED- GENTIJ3MAN requires homely Country apartments with board, within 2 miles ot Aberystwyth, with storage for motor bike, from September 15th, for fortnight.-Coate,, Sandycroft. Ashbourne Derbyshire. p3S82 MACHYNLLETH.—Wanted, Comfortable Apartments, private sitting room and large double-bedded room for two ladies; with or without board; for fortnight from Septem- ber 3rd, 1919.—State terms, Holland, 4, Kmg- street, Leeds. P WANTED, from middle September t>y IT gentleman, convalescent wife and nurse, sitting and two bedrooms with attendance; quiet essential; bath, garden preferred, Bow Street neighbourhood-Full particulars, Box 588, Cambrian News" Office. p3976 APARTMENTS AND-NISSES ABERYSTWYTH—To let, large Furnished A. Rooms for winter months; good cooking and attendance; suitable for business or pro- fessional gentleman.—Box 590, "Cambrian News" Office. p3985 FURNISHED House to let for winter -t' months; good position; 3 sitting rooms, 7 bedrooms; modern conveniences.—Box 591, "Cambrian News" Office. p3986 TO LET Comfortably Furnished 6-Roomed House' or part; modern conveniences; within 10 minutes of sea front; for five weeks or longer; moderate terms.—Apply, Box 5SZ, "Cambrian News" Office. p3999 HOUSES WANTEU. FURNISHED HOUSE, Barmouth or Aber- dovey; 3 or 6 months; from October 6th; 2 reception, 4 bedrooms, bathroom.— Applv Box 580, "Cambrian News," Aberyst- wyth. P3944 \\J~ANTED, Six-Roomed Cottage; bath and W usual conveniences; lease two or three years; early possession.—Box, 594, "Cambrian News" Office. p4007 WANTED, Cottage with Garden in the T' neighbourhood of Aberystwyth; October or November.Write, C. H. Jones, Meirion Cottage, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli. p3995 WANTED, to lease or buy, Small Detached W House or Farm and Grounds, within sight of and easy reach of seaf between Towyn and Snowdon district.—Send full parti- culars to Box No. 585, "Cambrian News" Office. P3972 ¡ TO IE LET 01 IOL J. ABERYSTWYTH.—Freehold Houses for Sale, A- overlooking Castle Grounds and Sea.— Apply, 4, St. Michael's-place, Aberystwyth. p3668 ABERYSTWYTH—For sale by private treaty, desirable Freehold Dwelling House, situated in North-road; 3 reception, 10 bedrooms, bathroom, etc.—Apply, Box 553, "Cambrian News Office," Aberystwyth. tJ373 BARMOUTH.—Old-established Private Hotel unlicensed), in excellens position on the Parade; handsome modern four-storey block, containing 51 bedrooms, dining and drawing rooms lounge and concert room; electric light (own installation); lift; high-class connection and successful business; Freehold or Property with Goodwill for Sale, and contents of valua- tion.—Further particulars and card to view of Quialey Mad Son, Estate Agents, 39, Temple- street, Birmingham, and 47, The Parade, Leamington Spa, and J. Charles Hughes and Co., Solicitors, Dolgelley. n184 BORTH.—For Sale, a Freehold Dwelling JLP House in perfect condition; all modern conveniences: 2 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath (h. and c.), w.c., and usual outside office8.-Apply, Jones, Builder, Dole, Llandre. p3977 I~>ORTH.—For Sale, by Private Treaty, a J Desirable Freehold Kesideuce. near Golf, biation, etc.—For particulars apply to Messrs Rees and Evaua, Estate Agents. Aber- ystwyth. a16.0 ipOR SALE.—A desirable Freehold Resi- JJ dence.—Apply, LindUfarue," North Road poooo FOR SALE, Desirable Dwelling Houses in Llanbadarn-road; bargain ior quick sale. For particulars apply to D. Emrys Williams, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. u FOR SALE, at Forge, one mile from Mach- -t- ynlleth, an excellent semi-detached Cottage containing four rooms with garden; immediate possession.—Apply, Gillart and Sons, Land Agents, Machynlleth. n301 FOR SALE by Private Treaty, the very i' desirable Leasehold Premises known as "LIantwit House" and "Vron House," Stan- ley-road, Abervstwyth; and Calthorpc House, Elm Tree-avenue, Aberystwyth.—Apply, D. Emrys Williams, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. p008 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate posses- sion. Cottage at Penyfron. Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold. Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth. Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, Aberystwyth. HOUSE AND SHOP to let, 36, Little Darkgate-streeti, Abofystwyth.—Apply, Rowlands, Frongoch, Clarach, Aberystwyth. p3372 OFFICES. 2 rooms to let on second floor, Cambrim Chambers, Aberystwyth. Apply, G. White 23, Chartfleld Avenue, Putn<*y. a63 X>WLLHELI.—To be let or sold. Apartment House on the sea front, with southern aspect, containing 4 Entertaining Rooms, 11 Bedroomp, Kitlilcn, and ysual Offices, with hot and cold water service. Immediate posses- sion.—Further particulars from the Secretary, Pwllheli Land and Building Company, Ltd., 5, Salem-terrace, Pwllheh. n244 SMALL Residential Estate, near Carnarvon; 11 rooms, gardens, stabling, cottage, 30 acres; price, £ 1,850.-1318, Rutters, Norfolk- street, Strand, London. p3990 TO LET.—First Class Shop in Terrace J- Road, Aberystwyth; commanding position.—Apply, Dr. Harries. a96 TO BE LET, Cefnhendre Farm, comprising about 112 acres; possession end of September.—Apply Major Mathias, Brlpad- am, Aberystwyth. p3951 mo BE LET from Michaelmas next, the Farm and Sheepwalk called BRWYNO, near Glandyfi.—Apply, Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a261 TO BE SOLD, Brynarfor, 12, South Marine- tcrrace; also 5, Union-street, Aberyst- wyth*—Apply, Miss Samuel, Ardwyn. St. D&vid's-road, Aberystwyth. p3992 TO SELL OR LET, Aberystwyth, near College, House, 25 roomS; suitable apart- ments; shop which can be let separately; im- mediate possession: good position; low terms. —Apply, Scarfe, Eye, Suffolk. p3971 POULTRY. PULLETS and DUCKS. March, 1919, hatch, finest layers only 10s 6d each; £6 dozen. List breeds free, Hurrell, Stratford, Essex. p3943 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. I CHIROPODY.—Don't let your feet trouble you, have them attended to by a Foot Specialist" for all foot ailments, corns, bunions, etc., etc. By appointment only.—D. Williams, "The Chiropodist," 3, North-parade. Aberyst- wyth. pl290 DAVID WILLIAMS, st. James's-squ»re, 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, Raps, etc Rpst cash pricep qiven. HORSE, Heavy Cart; first-class worker; must be guaranteed sound.—Price to 587, Cambrian News" Office. p3974 "l^TcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought lvJL and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc. Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, llopes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 WANTED urgently, 100,000 doz. Rabbit VT Skins, 1,000 Tons Horse Hair, Household and Knacker Bones, 100 Tons Cocoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of unsaleable stocks, vit.. Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, Bugs, Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, led Rangoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas, Saltfish, Ibrnngs. Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every description, Empty Cases, Carbide Tins, Waste Motor Oil. Offer me anything which appears useless. Also all kinds machinery.—Thomas Her ton, Govern- ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil. ¡2f)28, MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. CONTRACTOR wishes to buy 3—5-Ton Foden Waggons.—Apply, first instance with all particulars, Box 577, "Cambrian News, Aberystwyth. p3929 NOW is the time to sell your oil fashioned Furniture. Why? Because prices are at the very highest. If you w.ant to sell your dresser, food cupboard, hanging press, or any other old Fashioned Furniture, send for A. E. Hill, c.o. John Potts, Town Porter, Alexandra- road, Aberystwyth. p3632 i SPHAGNUM MOSS purchased for use in I 8 Hospitals. Easily collected by school children. Good prices given. Help forward a new British Industry.—Apply for details, W. Martindale, Manufacturing Chemist, 10, New 1 Cavendish-street, London, W. p3893 WANTED, 12 Bore Ham mar less GFun.—Fu]l particulars and price to Box 593, "Cam- brian New?'' Office. p4002 XTTTANTED.—Pitwood, Fir, and Oak.-Parti- culars to David Jones and Co., Limited (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue, near Pontypool, Mon. p3677 WANTED.—Old Furniture, in any con- dition; big prices eiven.—Write or call, White, Old Curiosity Shop, 5, Little Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth. p3690 MUSSELS. MUSSELS. MUSSELS. ONE TON A WEEK WANTED. Must b good stuff; quote price on ruil.—W. H. White, Ice Merchant, Hartley, Staffordshire. p3988 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. ABERYSTWYTH.-For sale, by private treaty, a Desirable Freehold Site, suit- able for building, situate in Llangawsai; main road frontage.-Apply, Jones, 86, Longhurst- Road, Lewisham, S.E. 13. p3933 BAGS, BAGS, BAGS.—Why send to Bir- mingham when you can get all sizes of bags—sweet bags, chip bags, confectionery, knaft, fruit, etc., etc., at lowest cut prices, from Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. Send us a postcard at our expense and travellers will call with full range of samples. Prompt delivery is a feature. EARTHENWARE, Assorted Crate, £ 12 10s.; lists free; catalogues, 6d.—Regent Fine Art Pottery, Co., Hanlev, Staffs. p3679 FORD CAR (1912 model); in good running order.—Apply, Glyndwr Hotel, Machyn- Heth. p3968 FOR SALE, about 30 Acres of good Oats; —Apply, Tlie Steward, Dolserau Hall, Dolgelley. p3980 FOR SALE, Grand Pianoforte by Broad- wood in excellent condition.—Apply to Rees and Evans, Auctioneers, Aberystwyth. a287 nOR SALE.-Small Gas Engine, li-h.p. May be seen at the" Cambrian News Works. Offers invited. 3214 FOR SALE. Motor Lorry (Second Hand) > Apply Manager, Queen's Hotel, Aberystwytli. IllOR SALE.—Typewriter (Hammond), in good order. Cheap.—Write, Box 572, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3866 FOR SALE.—For Sale, a pair of SanJow Dumbells, first-class condition, medium weight, 10s. 6d.; also diamond for editing glass, fair size, not recently used; also Harms- worth Encyclopaedia, unbound, without bind- ing cases, in excellent condition. "War Illus- trated" from .No. 1 to June, 1916, with binding oases. What offersF.-Apply, Box X.Y.Z., "Cambrian News" Office. pl234 HORSE CHAR-A-BANC in good condition; seat 25: for sale; also Motor Char-a- banc Body, seat 26 to 30, nearly new.—Apply, Box 586, "Cambrian News" Office. p3973 ROLL TICKETS worded "Admission" or JL priced threepence, fourpence, sixpence, eightpence, and a shilling; stock printings, Is. 6d. a thousand; special printings, 3s. 9d. a single thousand. Special prices for large quantities.—Cast with order, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. 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. SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing; also ks Blacks and Cross Herefords.—James, Cil- wnwg Farm, Lianelly. p3710 SPORTSMEN, Farmers, Horsemen, try our splendid Yorkshire whipcord tweed; wears like leather; showerproof; 7 yards for 35s. Patterns free.—BRADFORD WOOLLEN CO., 39. Bradford. p3814 STOP PROFITEERS. Make your own Soap, Soap Powders, Laundry Blue, and Blacking and Ink. Recipes, 6d. each; 5 for 2s.-Stamped envelope, Orarn, 6, Rosamond- terrace, Hulme, Manchester. p3935 VICTORIA, Rubber Tyres, Brake, complete; price £ 22; 2 Landaus, light, rubber tyres, good everywhere; price C40 each.— Hawley Mills, Charles-street, Walsall. p3994 SALES BY AUCTION. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees and Evans Have pleasure in announcing their instructions to conduct the following Important Agricul- tural and other Sales- Sept. 6th.—Tynferon, Cwmrheidol. Sept. 19th.-Annual Sale of Sheep at Taly- bont. Sept. 20th.-Rbydhirucha. Bow Street. Sept. 24th.—Penygrai?, Borth. Sept. 25th.—Tancastell, Rhydyfelin. Sept. 26th.-Rhydhir Issa, Bow Street. Sept. 30th.-Sale of Sheep at Devil's Bridge. October Ist.-Llettv'nhen, Bontgoch. Oct. 2nd—Annual Sale of Sheep at Taly bont. October 3rd—Laserug, Llanbadarn Fawr. October 8th.—Cefnhendre Farm, near Aberyst- wyth. Dates noo Fixed. Brynbwl, Borth. Weramedrch, near Aberayron. Pa,ntyfiynon, Salem. Other important. Sales will be announced later. CARDIGANSHIRE THE DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING known as Bwlchgeuffordd situate on the road-side near the Village ef New Cross, containing: about 36 ACRES of Rich Pasture and Arable Land with suitable Dwelling House and Outbuildings, with a good water supply, to be Sold by Private Treaty. Apply to Messrs. REES A EVANS, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. 883 LLANBADARN FAWR, WITHIN 11 MILES OF ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS will submit for Sale by Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL. ABERYSTWYTH, on Wednesday, August 27th, 1919, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to the usual Conditions of Sale, the following Valu- able FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND GARDENS, conveniently situated near to and in the Village of Llanbadarnfawr, within easy dis- tance of the town of Aberystwyth, comprising: Lot I.-The desirable well-built detached Cottage called TANYFRON, situate close to the Village, standing in its own grounds, and containing Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 5 (Bedrooms, together with a large productive Garden, now in the occupation of Mr. J. R. Piears. Lot 2.—The Cottage and Extensive Garden in the rear, situate in PROSPECT PLACE, in the centre of the Village, containing Parlour, Kitchen, and 3 Bedrooms, now in the occupa- tion of Miss Griffiths. Lot 3.—In one lot or separately, the 3 Sub- stantially-built Cottages with gardens, situate and known as PRIMROSE HILL, occupying a pleasant position in the Village, each con- taining Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and 4 Bedrooms, now in the respective occupations of Mrs. Cain, Mr. John Davies, and Mr. John Evans. These Cottages are of recent erection and in an excellent state of repair. For further -particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneers, Aberystwyth; T. Howell Davies, Esq., Solicitor, Carmarthen; or of Messrs. Smith, Davies, and Cq. Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a245 8ALU BY AUGTIO. I ABERYSTWYTH. DESIRABLE LEASEHOLD MARINE RESIDENCE FOR SALE. mMIM DANIEL I. REES and EVANS will — Sell by Auction, at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on WEDNESDAY, the 27th AUGUST, 1919, At 5 p.m. (subjet to conditions of Sale), the Leasehold Dwelling House y AND PREMISES, Being No. 8, South Marine-terrace, Aberyst- wyth, now occupied by Miss Elizabeth Hum- phreys, and held under a. lease from the Cor- poration of Aberystwyth for an unexpired term of 46 years from 12tli May, 1919, at the apportioned yearly Ground Renb of B2 2s. Od The Property, which is situate in close proximity to the well-known Castle Grounds, St. Michaels Church, and the University Col- letze of Wales, cfommands an excellent view of Cardigan- Bay, and is suitable for the pur- poses of a Private Residence or of a Superior Boarding or Lodging House. Vacant possession will be given on the com- pletion of the purchase. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers; or Messrs. JOSEPH DAVIES and SON, Solicitors, 4, Baker-street, a216 Aberystwyth. Talybont Stock Sales. The Next MONTHLY STOCK SALE will be held on THURSDAY, AUGUST 28th, commencing at 12 noon. JJANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS, Auc- tioneers. 8268 Llanilar. The Next MONTHLY SALE OF STOCK, Etc., will be held on SATURDAY, AUGUST 30th, commencing at 1 o'clock. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS AND EBEN R. DAVIES, Auctioneers. a269 TALIESIN, CARDIGANSHIRE. TITESSRS. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS ItA have been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 1919, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to con- ditions of Sale), the well known DWELLII^ HOUSE and BUSINESS PREMISES, with the Outbuildings and Land belonging thereto, situate and known as the Free Trade Hall. in the Village of Taliesin, on the Main Road I mid-way between Aberystwyth and Machyn- lleth, and within 4 Miles of Ynyslas and Glan- dyfi Stations. I The Property is held under a Lease for the residue of a term of 99 years from the 25th day of March, 1882, at an annual Ground Rent of S3 10s. It contains the following accommodation, viz:—Large Double-fronted Shop, well-fitted with counters, shelves, and other fittings; Front and Back Reception Rooms, 7 Large Bedrooms. Kitchen, Scullery, Coal House, and W.C., also Wash House, and there is p, Private Entrance to the Dwelling House. There is a large productive garden in the rear, also a Plot of Grazing Land. The Outbuildings consist of Large Warehouse, 3- I Stall Stable, Coach House and Shed, which j could easily be converted into a Garage. There is a plentiful supply of water for all purposes all the year round obtained from a pump sunk in the garden. These very desirable premises are sub- stantially built of stone with slated roof, and j are most conveniently situated for Business J Purposes, and serving as they do a wide Agri- cultural and Mining District, and in view of the extensive Reconstruction Schemes con- templated in the neighbourhood in the Bear future, this sale affords an unique opportumty for an energetic man to acquire most suitable premises wherein to establish a highly lucrative General Business. The Fixtures and Fittings will be included I in tho Sale. Vacant possession will be given upon com- pletion of purchase. Any further particulars and orders to view may be obtained from the Auctioneers, or from Messrs. Smith, Davies, and Co., Soli- citors, Aberystwyth. a270 Devil's Bridge Sales. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th- 1919, Great Annual Sale of Mountain Ewes, Wethers, and Lambs, Also Cattle. Farmers are earnestly requested to send their Entries in early so that Buyers may be advised in good time. Daniel I. Rees and Evans, al98 AUCTIONEERS. FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS FOR SALE Viz.:— Freehold Ground Rent of £ 20 yearly in respect of 8 Houses, being Nos. 40 to 54, Titson-road, Peckham, London, S.E., each house being let at 10s. per week. Reversions to Rack Rentals of E210 per annum in 19S2. Freehold Ground Rent of £ 20 yearly in respect of 4 Houses, being Nos. 47, 49. 51, and 53, Walworth, near the Elephant and Castle, near New Kent-road, London, with Reversion. to Rnck Rentals of £93 12s. Od. in 53 years. Freehold Ground Rent of E10 yearly in re- spect of No. 91, St. Peter-street, Essex-road, Islington, London, N. This House is let at £32 per annum. Reversion in 26 years from the 29th September next. For further particulars apply to Messrs Rees and Evans, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a288 Talybont Mart. GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clock. DANIEL 1. REES and LVANS, aM Auctioneers. t ===== LLANBEDR, MERIONETH. IMPORTANT PRIZE SHOW AND SALE OF SHEEP, MOSTLY WELSH MOUNTAIN EWES, from this Renowned District; also CATTLE, Etc MR. JOHN DAVIES and Messrs. HENRY PARRY and SONS will Sell by Public Auction on FAIR DAY, SEPTEMBER NEXT, under the auspices of the Llanbedr Agri- cultural Society. Full particulars next week. Further entries solicited to Mr. J. Morgan Jones, Dinas. Llanbedr, or the Auctioneers. n302 BARMOUTH AND DISTRICT. Peacock, Bolton & Co., Auctioneers. Valuers, House & Estate Agents Sales of Property & Household Furniture, etc., promptly attended to. APPLY, OFFICES, JUBILEE ROAD, BARMOUTH. SALI8 IY AUCTWa. if. PUGH & THOMAS I AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS. Salee and Valuation will be undertaken of all kind. of PROPERTY, FARMING STOCK. FURNITURE, ETC, upon reasonable terms with prompt Settlement Office Opened DAILY at CENTRAL CHAM- BERS. Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. MESSRS JOHN PUGH AND THOMAS. Have pleasure in announcing their intention of conducting the very important Sales of Farms, Farming Stock and implements on the following dates:— September 23rd, Brynllys, Borth: October 2nd Lletyllwyd, Talybont. October 8th, Pant Mawr, Aberffrwd. TOWYN. SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. JOHN PUGH has been instructed by J-'A Mr. John Jones to Sell by Public Auction, at the Whitehall Hotel, Towyn, On ""JESDAY, 9th SEPTEMBER. 1919-; At 230 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the Freehold Dwelling Houses Known as 5. 6, and 7, MAENGWYN STREET, TOWYN. [ The Accommodation is as follows:— No. 5.—Two Rocqpfcion Rooms, 2 Kitchens, Back Kitchen, 5 Bedrooms, Attic, Coal House. Shed, and Garden. Nos. 6 and 7.—One Reception Room, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, Large Attic, Shed, and Garden. For further particulars apply, to Edmund Gillairt, Esq.. Scticitof; or tho Auationeer, both of Machynlleth. n254 Highly important announcement of Sale by Auction of 20 LICENSED PROPERTIES, principally Freehold; also Valuable SHOP PROPERTIES and DWELLING HOUSES at and within a radius of about 20 Miles of ABERYSTWYTH. ALFRED W. DANDO AND Co., in conjunc- tion with Messrs. PUGH AND THOMAS, have received instructions to Sell bv Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, On 29th SEPTEMBER. 1919, at 2.30 in the afternoon precisely, subject to conditions of Sale then to be produced, as follows:— ABERYSTWYTH Lot t.-THE TALBOT HOTEL, MARKET- STREET, and Stables, Little Darkgate-street. Freohold. Lot 2.—The Old-Established Business of MORGAN AND CO., Wine and Spirit Mer- chants, and adjoining Business Premises fronting Pier-street and Little Darkgate-street, one of the most important blocks of Freehold Properties :n the Town. Lot,3.-THE PIER HOTEL and Boarding House, PIER STREET. Freehold. Lot 4.—THE WESTERN VAULTS, corner of THESPIAN-STREET and NORTHGATE- STBEET. Lons Leasehold. Lot 5.—THE PLOUGH INN aud Dwelling House, MILL-STREET. Lon? Leasehold. Lot 6.—THE NAGS HEAD, BRIDGE- STREET, with Workshop into High-street. Freehold. Lot 7.—THE BOARS HEAD. Short Lease- hold. Lot 8.-HOTEL 24, GREAT DARKGATE- STREET. Short Leasehold. AT BORTH. Lot 9.—THE VICTORIA INN. Freehold, v AT GOGIN3IN. MINERS ARMS, 2 COT- TAGES AND LAND. Freehold. AT CAPEL BANGOR. Lot 11—THE MAESBANGOR ARMS. Free- hold. AT LLANBADARN. Lot 12.—THE BLACK LION. Long Lease- hold. AT TALYBONT, R.S.O., CARDS. Lot n.-THE WHITE LION INN. Short Leasehold. AT MACHYNLLETH. Lot 14.-THE RED LION and Stabling. Freehold. Lot 15.-PENEGOES, MACHYNLLETH: FARMING PROPERTY of about 43 ACRES and LICENSED HOUSE. Short Leasehold. AT CORRIS. Lot 16.—THE SLATERS ARMS. Freehold. Lot, 17.-BRAICHGOCH, Corris. LICENSED HOUSE and 3 ACRES. Short Leasehold. AT TOWYN. Lot 18.-THE CADVAN ARMS. Freehold. AT ABERGYNOLWYN. Lot 19.-THE RAILWAY HOTEL, 3 Dwell- ing Houses and Bakehouse. Freehold. AT GARTHANGARED, LLWYNGWRIL STATION. Lot 20.-THE GARTH HOTEL, near Barmouth. Freehold. Full particulars may be obtained of George Ashmali, Esq., Solicitor, Lichfield; of Hugh Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Aberystwyth; of Messrs. Pugh and Thomas, Auctioneers, Aber- ystwyth; or Alfred W. Dando and Co., Auc- tioneers, Dudley. a247 ABERDOVEY. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. MR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed b, the Personal Representative of the late Captain Enoch Lewis to Sell by Public Auction, at the Dovey Hotel, Aberdcvey, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, 1919, At 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the following Valuable Freehold Properties LOT 1, SWN-Y-MOR.—A commodious Dwel- ling House overlooking the Estuary and being No. 3, Penhelig-terrace, with the following accommodation :—2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Back Kitchen. Scullery, Larder, Yard, and Offices, 5 Bedrooms, Bath Room, Back En £ ra>ncc LOT 2, No. 11, NANTIESYN TERRACE, with following Accommodation :_Pariour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, Bath Room, Box Room, with Garden at back. LOT 3, No. 12, NANTIESYN TERR ACL, witi the following accommodatlCn :-Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 3, Bedrooms. Box Room, with Garden at Back. LOT 4 13, NANTIESYN TERRACE.— Accommodation same as Let 3. LOT 5.-14, NANTIESYN TERRACE.- Accommodation as Lot 2. Very Commodious Builder s Yard, Warehouse, and Stabling, in the occu- pation of Messrs." Jones Hughes and Rees Davies, having a very commanding view of the LOT^? BUNGALOW, lately in the occupa- tion of the late Captain Enoch Lewis and having a beautiful view of the Bay. For further particulars apply to Mr. H. Meredith Roberts, Solicitor, or the Auctioneer, both of Machynlleth. n293 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MESSRS PUGH & THOMAS have been favoured with instructions to Sell at a date to be specefled later the property known as Florence House, Borth. For futher pitrticulars apply to the Auctioneers, Central Chambers, Aberystwvth al31 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TO BE SOLD, by Public Auction, by Messrs PUGH & THOMAS. Craig-y-Deryn, Eglwysfach, Glandyfi. AT VICTORIA HOTEL, BORTH. Date and other particulars will appear lati-r. itIS2 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TOWYN. Sale of Freehold Property. MR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed fco Sell by Public Auction at an early date, Nos. 5,6 & 7, MAENGWYN STREET, Towyn Further particulars in next issue nl9 SALES BY AUCTION. COOKEBROS & ROBERTS -F.A.I., Etc., ——— 'Agricultural amd General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land and Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. Offices:, 28, Terrwpy-road (Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwytli); Telephone 3, also at Newtown and LUrndiosg. P155 MID-WALES HORSE REPOSITORY, NEWTOWN. Special Prize Horse Sale of— 150 Horses of all Classes On TUESDAY NEXT AUGUST 26th 1919 at 1130 a.m. f50 IN PRIZES. Cá.talogues and all particulars on appJication to the Auctioneers, "tjpAXiL, WATERIDGE. and OWEN COOKF BROS and ROBERTS. Offices: High-street, Newtown. ABERYSTWYTH, -I IN THE FAR-FAMED CLARACH VALLEY. For Sale a VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE OF 103 ACRES. which affords a number 0f Choice Building Sites, m most lavoured positions, overlooking the Cardigan Say. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS are favoured with instructinn. 1. u- John Jones to offer for Sale at the TTmi HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, o«n N Monday, September 15th, 1919, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to ron- ditions to be then read or produced), ail that Productive Mixed Farm situate in the Clarach Valley, within 2 miles of Aberystwyth, and known as GLANYMOR." extending to an Area of 103a. Ir. 5p. or thc-e- abouts of excellent Pasture, Meadow, and Arable Land. There is a commodious Dwell- ing House, stone-built and slated, pleasantly situated with lawn in front. The Outbuildings are stone-built and slated and most conven- iently arranged, in an enclosed yard. The Machinery is driven by water power. There is a convenient Garden and Orchard. The Farm is In the occupation of rr. R. C. Davies, as yearly tenant. The Property offers a number of choice Building Sites for Marine Residences for which there is considerable demand. For further particulars and to view, apply to the Auctioneers at their Offices, Terrace- road, Aborysfcwyth: or Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a250 ABERYSTWYTH. VALUABLE Freehold Properties For Sale by Auction at an EARLY DATE. 8 Well-built Residences, situate in SOUTH- ROAD, Aberystwyth. 18 Desirable Cottages, situate in RHEIDOL PLACE, Aberystwyth. For furthep particulars apply to Messrs. COOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, Auctioneers and Messrs ROBERTS and EVANS, Solicitors' Aberystwyth. aigo FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, All those TWO Commodious Residences Situate and known as Nos. 14 and 16 CAM- BRIAN PLACE, ABERYSTWYTH. Theses Houses are substantially erected and in first-class condition. For further particulars applv t.o:- COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, J Aberystwyth. a298 ABERYSTWYTH. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. The Following Desirable Properties R?' A"^at Desirable FREEHOLD MARTNE KhblULNCE. overlookine the Bay, known a* E"rlv prs^ession. /-AcrITTXaTluab,e rtt^DING SITES adjoining CASTELL BRyCHAN. *u,0nm,g that tractive FREEHOLD RESID- ENCE known as FELTNDRE, standing in its (3) All that tractive FREEHOLD RESID- ENCE known as FELTNDRE, standing in its nwn Grounds of about 1 Acre, situate in the Llanbadarn-road, within 1J Mile of the Town. (4) All that Commodious RESIDENCE known as CAF.RLEON. situate m the best part of the Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, admirably adapted for a Sr-hool, Boarding House, or for conversion into Flats. Apply to COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS Land Agents, Aberystwyth. a280 — I COUNTY OF CARNARVON. TOWN OF PWLLHELI. MESSR5. ROBERT PARRY AND SON are TKF Sw? P"b,ic Auction- ai CROWN HOTEL PWTTTttttt Thursday, the 4th day of September, 1919, a^» 2.30 p.m o'clock (subject to conditions to be -.here and then read) the foHowing Freehold Properties.. N amelv Lot 1. Three fields of very productive land with cottage and outbuildings part of '.he holding known as PENRALLT otherwise Caeau Penrallt ccmprising 4a. 2r. 36p. or thereabouts. Lot 2.—The field known as CAE BRYN forming part of Penrallt con-.aininz bv admeasurement la. 3r. 29p. or there- abouts of verv good land. Lot 3.—The field called CAE LLAN forming part of Penrallt, containing by admeasurement la. Or. 27p. or there- abouts of very productive land. Lots 1, 2, 3 are in the occupation of Mr G. J. Williams and the representatives of the late Robert Owen. Lot 4.—All those fields known as TYNYCOED in the occupation of Mr Richard I Williams containing by admeasure- meant Sa. lr. 35n or thereabouts. This lot is noted for grazing purposes abutting a stream. Lo, S.-Tlr, fields known as CAEAU PEN- PENMAEN together with the. build- ings thereon containing by admeas- urement 2a. 3r. 5p. or 4liereabouts. Tenant, Mr Robert Hughes. Lot 6. All those two cot.fles known as PEN PENMAEN with productive gardens. Tenants. Mr. Robert. Hughes and Mr. Griffith Pritchard. Lot: 7.—All those two semi-detached houses known as EDGE HILL wi:fl a work- shop. These houses are pleasantly situated with nice gardens in front. Tenants, Mr. R. Harries and Mrs. Simpson Jones. Lot 8.—House sil-tiate in and being No. 57 Lleyn Street in the occupation of Mrs Roberts. Lot 9.—All -hat very desirable residence known I as THE LODGE with the stable coach-house outbuildings and well laid-out grounds and g-arclens con- taining la. lr. lip. or hereabouts. This property is held by the re- presentatives of the late Mr. Willihm An-.hony under a lease which expires in November 1921. Lot IO.-All t.hat freehold house being No. 34 Lleyn Street and two houses Nos. 36 and 38 (ruins) and garden containing I bv admeasurement lr. lln. or there- about. Tenants. Mr. R. Isaac Jones and Sergt. Lloyd. Lot 11.—House, Shop and Premises known as Crown Boot Store, situate in Penlan Street (formerly known as Hall Place) with wash-house stable etc. at rear and a good garden, the whole comnrising 19 porches or there aboies. Tenant, Mr. Thomas Wil- liams. All the tenancies except Lot 9 are annual. Particulars. plans and conditions of sale may be obtained of Ae-ben O. Owen, Esq., solicitor; G. F. C. Yalp. Esq., estate agent; or of the Auctioneers. all of Pwllheli. 5 SaJem Terrace, Pwllheli. n257 SALES BY AUCTIOH. MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, and Arbitrators. PERIODICAL SAlAS of STOCK conducted -at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caerswa. Bishop's Castfe, Westfaury, Berriew, Newtown Kerry, Anchor, Cesmiaas Road, Llanfair Caer eimon, Llsnbadevn, Craven Arma, Ludlow, Church StWttoii', tttiljjhton, Towyn Monthly Horer Smi at Montgomeryshin Repository, Welslipooft The most careful attention is given to 8alee of A>gricilU\iral' Stock, Estate and House Pro- perty Timber aiid Autique Furniture. A Speciality is made of Valuation* and Arbitrations of every description. Head Offices: Cbirbury, Shropshire. am GREAT ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE OF KERRY HILL SHEEP.. (The all-round Utility Breed.) AT KERRY, MONTGOMERYSHIRE, dffdez- the auspices of the Kerry Hill' (Wales) Flock Book Society, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1919, 10,000 Young Stock Ewes Wethers, Lambs & Pedigree Rams, consigned by all the leading breeders in this famous sheep country. Full particulars and catalogues from the Auct'oneers and Secretaries to Flock Book Society. MORRIS, MARSHALL, AND POOLE, Chirbury, Shropshire. a262 I GLANCASTELL, PONTERWYD, NEAll ABERYSTWYTH. Sale of Antique and Modem Household Furniture. Mr. John Gibson Has been instructed by Dr. G. Dickinson to Sell by Public Auction, as above, On SATURDAY, AUGUST 23rd, 1919, At 1 p.m. sharp, A large quantity of Antique and Modern Household Furniture Comprising Antique Mahogany Bureau and Bookcase, Mahogany and other Cheats of Drawers, Gilt Overmantels, Upholstered Arm and other Chairs, Occasional and other Tables, Pictures, Coloured Prints, all Brass and other Bedsteads, with Springs and Overlays, Fire Sets, Carpets, Linen, Cutlery, Plate, Glass, China, Fishing Rods and Tackle, B.S.A Rifle, Singer Sewing Machine, Harness, Coachman's Livery, Etc., and a Joiner's Bench, with an excellent Set of Tools, Garden Tools, and a large assortment of miscellaneous effects. TERMS—CASH. Offices: Old .Post Office Chambers, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. a259 i- ¡ COUNTY OF MERIONETH. PARISHES OF LLANFAIR, LLANBEDR, ETC. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms Small Hold- ings, and Accommodation Land. MR. HENRY ROBERTS, Por'tnadoc, ha* been instructed to sell by Public Auction, at the Victoria Ho'eeJ, Llanbedr, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m.. unless previously disposed of, the FREEHOLD FARMS, SMALL HOLDINGS, and ACCOMMODATION LAND, si^wate in the Parishes of Llanfair and Llanbedr. Merionetb- shi ,-e, known as:— GWERNEINION FARM comprising about 186 acres in the occupation of Mrs. E. Jones. MAESYRAELFOR FARM comprising about 106 acres in the occupation of Mr. Jones. PENYGARTH UCHA (Small Holding) pare, of Gwerneinion with about 3 roods and 3 perches of land. PENYGARTH ISA (Small Holding) comprising about 12 acres in the occupation of Mr J. Ptigh. MEADOWS near Village of Llanbedr, about 5 acres, in the occupa -ion of Mr Evans. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Jones and Jones, Solicitors. Portmadoc, or to "he Auctioneer Mr Henry Roberts, Pensyfloz, Portmadoc. n255 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. PARISH OF LLANRHYSTYD. FOR SALE by Private Treaty, the Farm -C called Trawsnant Issa. situated within two miles of Llanrhystyd. and the same distance of Llannon, and close to Penrhiw Chapel. The Farm comprises a Commodious Dwelling House, built in 1895, and Out-Buildings with 63 Acres or thereabouts of Pasture, Arable, and Meadow Land, having an abundant supply of water, the river Peris cr-unning through the land. There is also some TIMBER on the land.— Apply, Mrs Evans, Troedyrhiw Farm, Llannonf Aberystwyth. p3931 CARDIGANSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANSANTFFREAD, LLANON. SALE OF FREEHOLD SMALL HOLDING. "Jt/TESSRS. E. R. LLOYD AND HERBERT have been favoured with instructions by Mr. W. Sinnett Jnnes to Sell by Public Auc- tion at the CENTRAL HOTEL, LLANON, on THURSDAY. AUGUST 28th. 1919. at 3 p.m. sharp, subject to conditions of sale as shall be there and then read, the DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING known as Glanyrafon, situate near Llanon and adjoining the sea, the -iver Pcrris running through the land, com- prising. abou 3 ACRES or thereabouts of ex- cellent Pasture Land with Dwelling House. Barn, Cowhouse, and Pigstye, all of stene- built and slated roof. Possession September 29th, 1919. For further particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneers, Noddfa, Llangybi, Coedmawr, Llanon, or to Mr. W. Sinnett Jones, Llanon. s210 NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS invite entries for THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, Heavy and Ught Horses- ALL CLASSES. S10 Prize for Best Waggon Mare Or Gelding. Entries close Thursday, August 28th. n267 GILLART AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS, and SURVEYORS, MACHYNLLETH. AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Grc*unc6 Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber, Etc., undertaken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Trans- fer, Mortgages, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and PLANS prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents collected. Property Owners advised in regard to the Provisional Valuations of their Properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and lands to let, for Sale by Private Treaty. t980 Aberaeron, 1920. CYNHELIR EISTEDDFOD GADETRIOL Canolbarth Ceredigion yn Aberaeron dydd Mercher, Awst 11th, 1920. Ceir manvlion penach yn fuao. E. 0 JAMES. s295 E. W EVANS, Ysgrifenyddion. PUBUC NOTICES. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. A LL APPLICATIONS for Bursaries or Mais' X*. tenance Allowance for the next Session (September 23-d, 1919, to July 23rd. 1920) shouid be sent in so as to reach me not later than Monday, September 8th, 19131. Only a hmited number can be awarded and no grants will be made except in such ca-es as the School Governors deem to be really necessitous. Applications received after the above date cannot be entertained. JOHN EVANS. Town Hall, Aberystwyth. a CARNARVONSHIRE EDUCATION COM- MITTEE. MADRYN CASTE FARM SCHOOL. A WINTER COT RSE in Agriculture au6 "1 Allicd Subj ect- will commence at the, above Institution c October 14th, 1919 Inclusive Fees.- C- narvonshir'e Student* B15 for the 20 We. Course. Other £20. Full particulars ? prospectus may be obtained from the rincinal. or from the Secretary for Eduction, Education Offices* vAmnrvMi. n274 CARDIGANSHIRE i RRTCTTT,TT-RAL EXE- CUTIVE COMMITTEE. HARVEST I.ABOUR. PARMERS REQUIRING ASSISTANCE for „ H*rv*st are ,-Kivised to anply to th<r Manager, Labour Exchange, Aberystwyth, as there are a limited number of men available L. TERWYN DAVIES. 5242 Secretary. MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the i next Quarterly Mer-ting of the Merioneth County Councd will be held at the County Hail at Dolgelley on Thursdav, the 4th day of September, 1919, at 11 a.m.( Council will thereupon proceed to the coo- peration of the business relating to the Assessment. Application, and Management of rm,ntv0lp °r Ra^' and a11 Other Vict capU8I PUrSUant to the 15 aQd IS Dated this 14th n?v of August, 1919 DAVID BREESE, a266 Clerk to the Couned. CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. SMALL HOLDINGS ^ND ALLOTMENTS ACT. APPOINTMENT OF SPECIAL OFFICER OR LAND AGENT. THE tu M^LI^ H0LDrNGS COMMITTEE of annlicatioL f^lg.av.nshlre Count-v Council invito Officer or Ta appomtment of a Special ins* L7 Agent. under the Small Hold- ngs and Allotments Act, at a salarv of £ OQ from mi tii duties may bo obtained tions are tr, wderslSne^ to whom applica- °° bC">re tte 6th « September next. Dated this 19th dav of August, 1919 J. PAJTH MORGAN, Clerk to the Small Holdings Committees m x lan Chambers, Tstwyth. a2a5 ABERYSTWYTH BOROUGH OOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. Price of Milk. ATOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tbe M*x>- mum Retail Price of Milk in the Borough of Aberystwyth for the months of August and September, 1919, js wv,28' GALLON DELIVERED. B sold "Slivered the Maximum Retail Price is reduced by 2d. pec GiUon JOHN EVANS, Local Food Office, Executiva Officer. Town Hù!. Aberyswyth. alM ABERYSTWYTH BOROUGH FOOD CON- TROL COMMITTEE.. RATIONING. T1^™'erenC„e ,Leaf (8 a-) of the present in the Borough o°f° AberysVtwythPehS°"dr^diBff S p Uld be addressed to tbe Ld Jsted In "k n Ha]I' Ab^stwvth. and posted. In the case of families it wiH S Crrn,Cnce if a11 Reference Leave« luEeferisfw™ t" p j +- i 7* s must be received by the ust 23id. ° Committee n°t later than Aug- ?erS0* who has lost his Ration Book .should immediately inform his Local Food until f £ ct' H,> must on no account his ReferenceeLeaffl Unf P,r°dUCef once of vis 1 ess he 3nf°rms them at once of his loss he wil] be unabJe to apply ia proper time for a new Ration Card. JOHN EVANS Local Food Office, Executive Officer. Town Hall, Aberystwyth, 19th August, 1919. a281 MINISTRY OF FOOD. PROHIBITION ON THE USE OF WHEAT. p,ontroller has issued an Order 1919 tt-wv. Cereals (Restriction") Order, hnt ™ ? revokes certain Previous Ordera whta^f the Pr°kibition on the use of nf Fir,, °r a.?y purpose 'except the manufacture r °" r use a! Seed and the prohibition on the use of Wheaten Flour, Rice, or Rice Flour, or any article containing the tune, ex- human waD f°0d °r for tbe As regards Wheat, exemption is only per- mitted in the case of "tailings or screenings op damaged wheat which are unfit for use in the manufacture of Flour for Human Food," and have been so certified by any two members of a panel to be appointed by the Food Controller. A maximum selling price for damaged wheat, both imported and home grown, and for tailings or screenings of wheat which are unfit for use in the manufacture of flour for kuman. food is fixed at 72s. per quarter of 504 lbs- additions being allowed to persons, other than the producer, similar to those permitted under the Grain (Prices) Order, 1918. Prohibition on the sale of wheat, barley, or oats otherwise than by weight is continued. August 19th, 1919. aSIZ NOTICE OF AUDIT. LAMPETER BOROUGH. LLANYBYTHER. ANd LAMPETER RURAL, DISTRICT FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEES. ■^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i-i. Auditor will audit tbe accounts T> J above Food Control Committees at the Board Room of the Guardians, the Union Workhouse, Lampeter, on Thursday, the 18th day of September, 1919. Such accounts may be inspected at any reasonable time, at Ty Ymborth, Lampeter, prior to the date of Audit, by any property owner or ratepayer, who may make any objection to any matter contained in the above mentioned accounts, when the same will be heard and determined by the Auditor at the time the accounts are audited. Dated this 18th dav of August. 191&. W. REGINALD LLOYD, s272 Executive- Officer. COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. EXPENSES OF PAUPER LUNATICS. WE, the County Council of the AdmiBM- W trative County of Cardigan do hereby direct, pursuant to Section 283 (2) of the. Lunacy Act, 1890, that in consequence af eighteen shillings and sixpence a'week having been found insufficient for the expenses of maintenance and other expenses of each Pauper Lunatic in the Carmarthen, Cardigan, and Pembroke Joint Counties Asylum. Car- marthen, that an addition of six shillings a week shall be made to the said weekly sum of eighteen shillings and sixpence. Dated this 6th day of August, 1919. (Bv Order) EVAN EVANS. Clerk of the County Council. County Council Offices, 1 Aberystwyth. a5»*