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ESTABLISHED 1851.. Wm. Dew & Son AND R. Arthur Jones, F.A.I. Auctioneers, Valuers. Surveyor3. BANGOR (Tel. 13). CONWAY (Tel. 29) Telegrams: DEWSON." SALES OF. COUNTRY ESTATES Contents of Mansions, ¿ And Private Reidence. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, and Anglesey Smithftelds. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CARNARVONSHIRE and MERIONETHSHIRE PORTIONS OF THE ÐÄFOD GARREGOG ESTATE. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. JM. ARTHUR JOES, F.A.I.. will Sell by Public Auction at an early date, the Valu- able Farms, Small Holdings, Dwelling Houses, Etc. is and around Beddgelert, Penrhyndeudraeth, Nantmor, Llanfrotlien, Gam Dolbenmaen, Talsarnau, and Tydwciliog. Nevin. Plana and Particulars in due course of— Messrs. Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors. Bangor, or THE Offices of the Auctioneers, Ban- gor and Conway. $ PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. BY DIRECTION OF THE CITY BREWERY CO., LTD. (LICHFIELD). Important realisation of Valuable Freehold Licensed and Dwelling House Propert;es, to- gether with the Leasehold Interest. in Two Properties, in and about the Town of PORTMADOC. HYTBSSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. U-L ARTHUR JONES have be-n instructed TO offer for Sale by Public Auction at Port- madoc (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), the following Valuable Properties BRYNAWEN INN, Freehold (now de- licenced). BRITANNIA INN (now delicensed) and Cot- tage. both Freehold. The SHIP INN and Cottage, Freehold. The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the Com- mercial Hotel. The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the Glas- lye Hotel, Tremadoc. Detailed Particulars and Conditions of Sale IDIaY be obtained Messrs A. W. Da.ndo and Q>„ 193, Wolverhampton-street. Dudley, or from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, BangOr ad Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. DOLWYDDELEN AND ROMAN BRIDGE. HJ-ESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. IVA ARTHUR JONES are favoured with iastructioas to Sell bv Public Auctiop. (unless previously sold by Private Treaty) Valuable Freehold Farms known as TY'N-Y-CY*M, TAN-Y-BWLCH, TAN'RALLT. GWYNDY GEGGTN, GLANY- GeRS, and HAFOD GWENLLIAN. extending to an area of 2.406 ACRES, Or thereabouts. For all further particulars, apply to Mesrg. North, Kirk, and Co., Solicitors, 15, Lord- street, Liverpool; or to the Auctioneers. Ban- gor and Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF BEDDGELERT. "HJTSSRS. WM. IJEW AND SON AND R. .1"" ARTHUR JONES have been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at an early date (subject to Condi- tions of Sale to be then produced and read), Valuable Freehold Farms known as IUFOD RUFFYDD UCHAF. HAFOD RITTTYDD GANOL, AND HAFOD RUFFYDD ISA (OR GLAN-Y-GORS), extending to an area 2,000 ACRES or thereabouts, situate close to the picturesque Hamlet of Beddgelert; also a Plot of BuUding and Ac- eommodation Land. NEAR the County School, In the Town of Carnarvon. For all further particulars, apply to Messrs I Niabet, Daw, and Nisbet, Solicitors, 35, Lin- coln's Inn Fields, London; or to the Auction- ears, their Offices. Bangor and Conwav. a264 PRELIMINARY N'JTICE. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. About eight miles from Denbigh and Abergele. IMPORTANT SALE OF THE GRAND FPT- HOLD RESIDENTIAL, SPORTING, AND AGRICULTURAL ESTATE OF Dyffryn Aled, having an area of 4,400 ACRES, or there- abouts. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES will shortly offer the •BORE Estate for Sale. For further Particulars apply. R. M. Thomas, Esq., Twining, Ruabon: Hirold Ed- wards, Esq., Agent, Gwrych Castle Estate Office, Abergele; OR to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GWRYCH CASTLE ESTATE. Third Sale of OUTLYING PORTIONS in and around Y, LLANDDULAS, and RHYL. V DEW AND SON AND R. "ONES, F.A.I have been -uctions to Sell by Public W date, the following Im- •5* ') Holdings 1? HIR. TY'N 4CH, BENAR "N. FRON- DU, HEN ^Taro'd at AT AN EARLY DATE. 1 ] OUTLYING PORTIONS OF THE PENRHYN ESTATE. IN TIIE LLEYN PENINSULA. Parishes of Bodferin, Brvn Croes, Aberdaron, Llanfaclrhys, Rhiw, Llangybi, Dolbenmaen. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R ARTHUR JONES have received instruc- tions from the Right Hon. Lord Penrhyn. to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Town Had. Pwllheli, the following noted FREEHOLD Agricultural Properties extending to an area of 1,050 Acres (or there- abouts):- a. r. p. Ty Hen 129 1 2 Llain-y-Gwalit 0 1 25 Bugelus Fawr 72 0 27 Plas Newydd 248 0 7 Hendre Ccnin 170 3 39 Hendre Onin 185 1 13 Tv-Hwnt-ir-Mynydd Isa. 123 2 23 Pant-yr-Einiog 121 1 0 For all further particulars, apply to Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors, Bangor, and Carnarvon, or to the Offices of the Auc- tioneers, Bangor and Conway. South Wales Horse Sales CARMARTHEN. THE NEXT HORSE SALE Will be held at CARMARTHEN On Friday, September 26th, 1919 PRIZES— £ 24. KNTRIES ABSOLUTELY CLOSE on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER ifth. dter which NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Sale to coajp^<,r",° at 11 o'clock. Schedule*. Entry AND Prize Lists can be obtnined of the A iietion-e"- Caves & Messrs. Rowell Thomas; St. Alary's Auction Mart, Carmarthen. s332 SMITHFIELD, ABERYSTWYTH. Mr. F. R. Davies. Has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction On SEPTEMBER 1st (MARKET DAY), 1 Good Chestnut Colt, 18 months old, by "Pliniimoo Champion," out of a good jumping mare. 1 Double Set of Harness in good condition. 1 Double Set of Harness, incomp.ote. 1 Nice Set Single Harness. Side Saddle. Four-Wheeled Dcg Cart. 1 Chaff Cutter. 2 Pairs of Wheels in good con dittos, etc. Other entries accepted for this Sale. To commence at 1.45 p.m. Terms—Cash. BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. COLLECTION OF RATES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ail Poor 1., Rates, General District Rates, and Water Rates due in re-pect of any premises within the Borough of Aberystwyth are to be paid to me forthwith at my Office, Town Hal!, Aberystwyth, whoe I shall be in attend- ance every week day. except Saturday, between the hours of 9-30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on Sat- urday between 9-30 a.m. to 12 p m. I shall, without further notice, be compelled to take legal proceedings for all rates remain- ing unpaid after Wednesday, the 10th day of Setpembir. 1919. THOMAS WILLIAMS. Collec-or. Town Hall, Aberj-stvvth, August 28th, 1319. a308 KING EDWARD VII'S HOSPITAL, CARDIFF. mIlE NEXT TERM at the Preliminary Train- ing School for th:s Hospital commences September 27th. Candidates for vacancies should apply immediately to the Matron. New Wards are soon to be opened, bringing up the number of beds to 500, for which a large number of nurses will be required. Applications frem candidates below the usual age will be considered if candidates are well- eduoated and of exceptional physique. Salary, S10 the first year, rising, and excep- tional advantages in training. A good standard of education is essential. s307 CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. ANTED.-Teacher of Domestic Subjects, for the Tregaron District. Salary. E100 per annum, rising to £160, inclusive of trave'- ling expense3. Applications, stating age, etperifnce ,and qualifications, should be accompanied by copies of three recent test:monials, and should reach me on or before the 10th Seplemb -r, 1919. JENKIN JAMES, M. Director of Education, Aberystwyth. 21st August, 1919. a305 ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. ALL APPLICATIONS for Bursaries or Main- tenance Allowance for the next Session (September 23rd, 1919, to July 23rd 1920), should be sent in so as to reach me not later than Monday. September 8th, 1919. Only a limited number can be awarded and no grants will be made excent in such ew-es as the School Governors deem to be really necessitous. Applications received after the above date cannot be entertained. JOHN EVANS. Clerk. Town Hall, Aberystwyth. a291 MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Merioneth County Council will be held at tho County Hall at Dolgelley on Thursday, the 4th day of September, 1919, at 11 a.m., and the Council will thereupon proceed to the con- sideration of the business relating to the Assessment, Anplication, aaid Management of the County Stock or Rate. and all other County Business pursuant to the 15 and 16 Vict., ca.p. 81. Dated this 14th div of Aueust, 1919. DAVID BREESE. a26S Clerk to the Council. CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. SMALL HOLDINGS AND ALLOTMENTS ACT. APPOINTMENT OF SPETAL OFFICER OR LAND AGENT. TpHE SMALL HOLDINGS COMMITTEE of the Cardiganshire County Council invite applications for the appointment of a Special Officer or Land Agent under the Small Hold- ings and Allotments Act, at a salary of £250 per annum and £ 50 Travelling Expenses. Particulars as to duties may be obtained from me, the undersigned, to whom applica- tions are to be sent on or before the 6th day of September next. Dated this 19th clav of August 1919 J. PAITH MORGAN, Clerk to the Small Holdings Committee. Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyth. a286 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. EXPENSES OF PAUPER LUNATICS. WE, the County Council of the Adminis V 7 trative County of Cardigan do hereby direct, pursuant to Section 283 (2) of the Lunacy Act, 1890, that in consequence of eighteen shillings and sixnence a week havinrr 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, tTikt an addition of six shillings a week shall be made to the said weekly sum of eighteen shillings and s;xpence. Dated this 6th day of Au-.iist, 1919. (By Order) EVAN EVANS. Clerk of the County Council. County Council Offices, Aberystwyth. a296 NORTH WALES DIVISION. RE-REGISTRATION. ISSUE OF NEWRATION CARDS. Ration Cards will be issued in September to take the pltce of the Ration Books now in use. To obtain fv Ration Card you will have to fill up the Grey Reference Leaf (Leaf Sa) in vour Ration Book. and deliver Ftuh leaf by 30th Ai-tiru,t. either to your Retailor or to the Local Food Control Office direct. I' you have lrwt. your Ration Book inform your Food Office IMMEDIATELY. Tf satisfied t h* t, the Book cannot be recovered, the Food Office will issue to you another Ration Bn k. (Sieneip JNO. R, HUGHES, Divisional Food Commissioner. Divisional Food Office. Carnarvon, IDtfc August, 1519. a 233 Established 1863 JOHN PRITCHARD & CO, (PARKER MACKENZIE, F.A.I ) Auctioneers, Surveyors, and Estate Agents- Head Office: BANGOR. Branch Office LLANGEFNI. Sales by Auction of Landed Estates, Town and Country Properties, the Equipment of Mansions and Private Residences in any part of North Wales. Tel 47. BANGOR. Telegrams: PRITCHARD, AUCTIONEER, BANGOR. Preliminary Announcement. MERIONETHSHIRE. Pengwern Estate. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO have been favoured with instructions to Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date. a portion of the above well-known Estate, extending to an area of about 2,000 Acres, including the fine old Elizabethian Mansion known as PENGWERN HALL, and the Fully-licensed Premises known as the PEN- GWERN ARMS HOTivL, where the pro- perty will be offered. Solicitors, Messrs. Birch, Culliniofe and Co Chester Local Agent, R C. Jones, Esq., Cae'r Blaidd, Blaenau Festiniog. Further particulars in due course. n222 LLANBEDR, MERIONETH. IMPORTANT PRIZE SHOW AND SALE OF SHEEP, MOSTLY WELSH MOUNTAIN EWES, from this Renowned District; also CATTLE. Etc MR. JOHN DA VIES and Messrs. HENRY PARRY and SONS will Sell by Public Auction on FAIR DAY. SEPTEMBER NEXT, under the auspices of the Llanbedr Agri- culturat Society. Full particulars next week. Further entries solicited to Mr. J. Morgan Jones, Dinas Llanbedr, or tho Auctioneers. n302 BY Special Request, the Prize Drawing in aid of Mr. Harry Sturdy is postponed, and will take place after the Baby Show to be held at Lampeter on September 10th, 1919. Winning numbers will appear in this paper. s328 Children's Era. THIS MOVEMENT promises to become one of the most momentous in the history of the race. What ate YOU poing to do to help? Do not leave anything uiccno which it is in your power to do, or the human race will be the poorer to the end of time. At least, take ONE child in your care, and do ycur utmost to make his or her life happier and nobler. Information from any Chi;d Welfare Society; your Church Headquarters; or the National S.S.U., 56. Old Bailey, London, E.C. s324 COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. GUN AND GAME LICENCES. ALL PERSONS desiring to obtain the above Licences are requested to obtain the same at any Post Office, being also a Money Order Office within the county forthwith, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, proceed- ings will be taken against all persons liable to take out such Licences who have not obtained them before the 31t day of August, 1919. Dated this 25th day of August, 1919. EVAN EVANS, Clerk to the Council. Countv Council Offices, Aberystwyth. a325 ~THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. THE LUNACY ACT. 1890. ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF CARDIGAN AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha* M. D. PROPERT, E>q.; tho District Auditor of tho Midland CouDt: Audit District, has ap- pointed the Audit of Accounts of the Cardigan- shire County Oounci!, and on tho County Treasurer and other Officers of such Council for the year ending tlio 31st day of March, 1919, to commence on Wednesday, the 10th day of September. 1919, at 12 o'clock noon, at the County Council Office, Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyth,' when and where the several Officers of such Council who are bound to account at such audits are severally required to attend and produce all books of accounts, bills, accounts, vouchors, and other docu- ments, containing or relating to the accounts then to be audited in the custody or power of each nerson respectively. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that a copy of the sccounts. duly made up and balanced together with the acccunt3, books, deeds, contracts, vouchers, and receipts mentioned or referred to in the accountq will be deposited at the County Council Offices, Aberystwyth, and be onon to the inspection of all persons interested for seven c',car davs be- fore the audit, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Dated this 12th day of August, 1919. F. R. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace ani Cle:k to the County Council. County Council Offices, Aberystwyth. a235 CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Ltd. LIVERPOOL TO MONTREAL. OCRPL, I Minnedosa September 2nd. Scandinavian September 5th Metagama September 9th Melita September 17th. Minnedcsa October 3rd Scandinavian October 9th Metagama October 10th Melitii October 17th GLASGOW TO MONTREAL. CorsicaJi September 10th. itMontqalm Septernber 2Oh Scotian October 4th *Holbrook October 7th Corsican October 14th LONDON TO MONTREAL. Scotian August 30th Tunisian September 19th *Mattawa September 30th *\Va¡:, Peridot October 4th AVONMOUTH TO MONTREAL. p-Lorian September 23rd *Monmouth September 24th Sicilian 7 September 30tb. Sardinian October lct. Pretorian October 31st. *Freight only. All sailings subject to change. For Freights or nassage opply:- CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES. iltd E.C., 3, London, or Local Agents everywhere. Royal Liver Building, Liverpool; 14, Cockspur- street. S.W. 1, and 103, Leadenhall-street, E.C. 3, londca. CUNARD LINE. SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK. Aquitania faturday September 6th Royal George Saturday September 20th 1, 1 V E R1. TO N4SW "tlHK Port Bowen (Freight only) Thurs.. Sept. 4th Denis Thursday September 4th Orduna Saturday September 6th Carmania Saturday, September 20th LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON Ikala (Freight only) Saturday, Sept. 20th LONDON TO NEW YOhK =. Valacia Tuesday September 2nd Indianolo (Freight only) .Wed. September "rl Caronia Wednesday September 10th Saxonia Wedno day September 17th LONDON TO HOSTON Valdura (Freight onlv) Friday August 29th LONDON TO PHILADELPHIA. Vennonia. (Freight only) Saturday. Sept. 27th BRISTOL TO NEW YORK Vestalia (Freight onlv) Tuesdav Sept. 30th BRTRTOT, TO BALTIMORE Doonholmn (Freight only) Sat., Sept. 6th BRISTOL TO PHILADELPHIA. Venusia (Freight only) Saturday Sept. 6th ROTTERDAM TO NEW YORK Anglo Chilean (Freight onlv).Sat.. Sep. 20th ANTWERP TO NEW-YORK Nava.-ino (Freight only) Sat., Sept. 27th CUNARD LINE TO CANADA. LONDON TO MONTREAL. Will&-ton (Freight only) Sat. September 6th Vardulia (Freight only) Tues., Sept-pmbor 9th Inkula (Freight onlv) Saturdiv, Sept 13th BRISTOL TO MONTREAL. Vii Tjlia (Freight only) Wed., September 11',h Velavia (Freight only) Monday, Sept 22nd All Canadian Sailings connect with Canadian National Railways. For rates of passage and farther particulars, apply Cunard Line. Liverpool; 51. Bishopsgate, London. E.C. 2; 29-31. Cockspur-treet, Lon- don. S.W. 1; 65. Baldwin-street, Bristot; 18a, High-street. Caidiff: 117, New-street. Birming- him- Maritime Chambers, Canute-road, South- hampton; or to Local Agents. MERIONETHSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANABER. Realisation of the remaining portion of the BORTHWNOG ESTATE, extending to about 100 Acres, including the charming Country Residence known as "BORTHWNOG," situated en the Main Road leading from Barmouth to Dolgelley, being 6 miles lrom the former fashionable watering-place, 4 miles from Dolgelley, and close to Peninaen Pool Station. This Residence occupies one of the choicest positions in this delightful district, and is within easy distance of the famous George Hotel Ferry, with its excellent service of Steam Launches. TOHN PRITCHARD & Co. have been instructed to Offer the above Important Property for SALE on WEDNESDAY, the 10th SEPTEMBER, at the MASONIC HALL. BARMOUTH. Illustrated Particulars and Plans may be had of J. Charles Hughes, Esq., Solicitor, Dolgelley, or the Auctioneers, Bangor. n223 MERIONETHSHIRE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER lOtb, 1919 TYN-Y-FFYNON, BARMOUTH Overlooking Cardigan Bay, and situated in the: RHINELAND OF WALES. A Beautiful Stone Built Freehold Private Residence standing in its own grounds of about 2 acres, and nicely elevated, with magnificent views ot Cader Idris and the Cader Range, aud the beautiful Mawddach Estuary with its excellent boating facilities. Within easy distance of the Fairbourne and Dyffryn Golf Links, 8 and 18 holes respectively, and of the famous Gors f y Gedol Lakes, in addition to exquisite walks with scenery of charming variety. TOHN PRITCHARD & CO. will efFer u the above Valuable Property for Sale by Auction at the MASONIC HALL, DAW., MOUTH, on September 10th, unless in tile meantime an acceptable offer be made. Illustrated Particularsand Plans may beii!& of the AUCTIONEERS, Bangor, N. Wnlei? er of Messrs SPARKS & BLAKE, Solicitors, Crewkerne, Somerset. nl44 GREAT BARGAIN IN'SHEETS AND COTTON BLANKETS. 5,000 Pairs of Grey Twill Sheets, 139. lld., worth 18s. 5,000 Pairs of Bleached Hemmed Sheets, full size, 14s. lid., worth 21s. 3,000 Cotton Blankets, Blue Border, Heavy, lIs. 6d. worth 16s. 4,000 White Honeyoombe Quilts, full size 103 9d., worth las. 3,000 White Honeycombs Quilts, full size. 11s. 9d., worth 17s. 50,000 Turkish Hamd Towels, 18 x 40, Is ld., worth Is. 6id. 50,000 Turkish Hand Towels, 18 x 43, Is. 6d., worth Is. ll £ d. Sixpence .extra on all parcels under El for carriage. Your money returned in full if the goods are net satisfactory. MORRIS and BENNETT, MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS, 45, B YON .STREET, „ PATRICROFT, MANCHESTER. | Telephone- London Wall 45 Bankers Telejzrani%-Expendum Aid.. London. Barclay's Bank. Cedes—A.B.C. 5th Edition & Private. Ltd. A. STITCHEN, 140a, Commercial Street, London, E.I. MILITARY AND CIVILIAN SECOND-HAND CLOTHINC CONTRACTORS. Largest stocks i. London. Lowest prices. Enquiries Solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Please write for price lists and particulars. Pawnbrokers and Small Dealers supplied, Aberaeron, 1920. CYNHELIR EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOtj Canolbarth Ceredigion yn Aberaeron" dydd Mercher, Awst lltli, 1920. Ceir manvlion pellach yn fuan. E. 0 JAMES. s295 E. W EVANS, Ysgrifenyddion. I Pelmanism PrA^ifM« If r DATTXTn lrnxrm 4 r .6" u iniml,% I AJU Ar, r.ivizzl u x and strengthens:— It is an honest system of mind culture. Sir John Foster-Fraser. I wish I had taken it up when I heard of it first.gir James Yoxall, M.P. I recommend Pelmanism to those who wish to learn and become what men and women ought to be."—Sir H. Rider Haggard. Apply to the Representative for Wales. The Pelman Institute, 96, St. Mary-street, Cardiff. APPLICATIONS FOR SCHOLARSHIPS to enable young Farmers to pursue a short course in Agricultural Science, to be held at the University College, Aberystwyth, during Winter Term, 1919, should be forwarded not later than September 6th, 1919. Forms for the purpose can be obtained from D. J. MORGAN, Agricultural Organiser, s243 Tregaron. I Talybont Show. 1 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd. THE NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE SHIRE ) HORSE SOCIETY will offer at -he above Show the following Prizes for the Best Foal bv "Sussex Statesman:"— First Prize, S3; 2nd Prize, E2; 3rd Prize, £1.. Entries will be accepted up to 10 o'clock I Morning of Show. a290 f =============5=================== CAP PAPERS. Blue Cambridge, 18x28 8/6 Lemon, 18x29 -8/6 Brown (Striped Nature) 8/6 Brown Nature -g7/- Lemon, 14 x 20 5/6 ALL IN STOCK. Immediate Delivery. Cambrian News, ABERYSTWYTH. COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. Register of Electors, Autumn, 1919- — .■■■» • NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I will hold Meetings to hear Claims and Objections i." and make corrections with regard to the Register of Eloctors under the Uepresentatioa of the People Act, 1918, dot ti.e several places and times undecmontioned, tnat is to say:- Parishes or Townships whose Lists will be Date. Place. considered. Monday, Sept. 8th, Town Hall Aber- Aborystwyth, Issayndre, Uchayndre, Vaynor at 10-30 a.m. YH yth. lssa, Va#uor Ucha, Claracli, Broncastellau, Tirymynach, Treteirig, Cyfoethybrenin, Henlfys, Ceulanamaesniawr, Cynnullmawr, Elerch, Llancynfolin, Scyborycoed, Llau. ychaiarn, Llanbadarn Croyddin Ucha, and Issa, Llanilar, LJangwyryfon,; Rhostie, Llan- fihangel Croyddin Issa, Lianafan, Lian- ddeiniol, Llanrhystyd Haminiog and Myfenydd, Melindwr, Parcel Canol, Cwm- rheidol, Llanfihangel Croyddin Ucha. Tuesday, Sept. 9th, T,wn Hall, Tre- Caronisclawdd, Caron Uwchclawdd, Doithie at 11 a.m. garju. Camddwr, Doithio, Pysgjttwr, Garth and Ystrad, Gartheli, Gogoyan, Gwnnws Veha. and Issa Gorwydd, Prysk and Carfan, Uanio, Bettws Leiki, Gwynfil, Blaenpennal, Llanbadarnodwyn, Llangeitho, Nantcwnlie, Lledrod Ucha and Issa, Ystrad Meurig; I Ysbytty Ystwyth. Thursday, Sept. 11th, Council School, • Llansantffraed. at 9-30 a.m. Llanon. Do., at 11 a.m. Town Hail, Aber- Ciile Aoron, Cilcennin, Henfynyw Upper and ayron. Lower, Llanddewi Aberarth Upper and Lower, Llanerchaeron, Llanbadarp Tref- eglwys, Llanarth, Dihewid. Do., at 12-30 p.m. Council School, New Quay, Llandyssuliogogo, Llanllwcliaiarn, New Quay. Llanina, and Cydplwyf. Do., at 2-30 p.m. ItryT h(,fFnt..It, v Penbryn, Llangranog. Police Station. Do., at 3-30 p.m. Council School, Aberporth, Blaenporth, Tremain, Verwick. Penparc. '1 Do., at 4-30 p.m.. Guildhall, Cardigan. Saint Mary's and Saint Dogmell's (Municipal), v Mount, Llangoedmore, Llechryd. Fridav. Sept. 12tli Town Hall, Lampeter Urban and Rural, Bettws Bledrws, ;at 11 a.m. Lampeter. Cellan, Llanfairclydotjau, Llangybi, Llan_ wenog, Llanwnen, Silian, Trefilan, Llanfi- hangel Ystrad. Do., at 3 p.m. Council School, Bangor, Llandyssul North and South. Llandyssul. ,Do., at 5 p.m. Council School, Bettws Evan. Rronwvn, Henllan, Llandvfriog, Adpar. Llanfai-orllwyn. Lla.nfairtreflvcren, Troed- yraur, LlaJigvnllo, Llandygwydd. AND the Lists of Electors for any parish or township, parcel or place not hereinbefore mentioned (if any) will be considered at the nearest place of meeting. N.B.—The Overseers of each Parish, Township, Parcel or Place must attend the meeting. at which the Lists of their respective Parishes or Townships will be considered and brin-r with them copies of their Lists, their Rate Books between the 15th day cf December, 1918, and the 15th day of June, 1919, and all other napers in their possession, custody, or power, concerning the Registration of Electors for the County of Cardigan. EVAN EVANS, County Council Offices, Registration Officer. Aberystwyth, August 26th, 1919. MHPTnM'Q B00T MAKERS- iliUll 1 U JLl O) TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. GREAT BOOT BARGAINS. lft A II DRYFOOT" BRAND. Every pair guaranteed Solid Leather. Nailed and without nails. Children's Boots from 5s. Ud Gent's Chrome Derbys and Kip Women's Boots, Glace or Heavy Derbys from 21s. Leather from 14s. 6d. Ladies' Shoes, 18s. 6d., 21s. 6d., Boys' Boots from lis. 6d. 22s. 6d v Men's Boots from 188.6d. You cannot afford to miss these. Boot prices are jurnpiug Leather is scarce. Buy the Bargains immediately. We have a big stock, but once cleared, these cannot be repeated. REPAIRS WE ARE NOW ABLE to devote every Monday to Repairs for customers from the Country, so that they may take their Boots home on the same day. I ALL OUR REPAIRS are done on the premises. t WORKMANSHIP AND ENGLISH LEATHER-THE BESt. -EVERY JOB GUARANTEED CARDIGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. PART-TIME MEDICAL OFFICER. APPLICATIONS from Medical Practitioners are invited for the appointment of Medical Officor to the Maternity and Child Welfare Committee at Lampeter. Applications must be made to the undersigned from whom a list of duties may be obtained, before Aug- ust 31st, 1919. Fees, £1 Is. per Session. CLERK TO THE COUNTY COUNCIL, County Council Offices, a232 Aberystwyth. THE COUNTY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, DOLGELLEY. ON ACCOUNT OF VACANCIES caused by the War, the Governors' invite applica- tions for Assistantships in which the principal subjects are as follows:— (1) Latini and French.—Salary, about S200 per annum, according to qualifications and experience (if any). (2) Physics, Chemistry, and Geography.— Salary from 2160 per annum, according to .qualifications and experience (if any). (3) Chemistry and Physics to highest School Standard.—Salary, 23M oar annum. The School provides Advanced Courses, re- cognised by the Board of Education, in Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry. There are 60-70 pupils (24 boarders). All the posts are non-residemt. School re-opens September 23rd. ( Apply, with copies of testimonials and re- ference to subsidiary subjects, to THE HEAD- MASTER. I Dolgelley, North Wales, August 6th, 1919. a227 Tregaron County School FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. I Headmaster: G. T. LEWIS, M.A., I Assisted by a Staff of Competent Teachers. fllHIS SCHOOL has been sleeted by" the Board of Education for an Advanced Course in Modern Studies, and is the only School in Cardiganshire to be so chosen. The Advanced Course is under the charge of S. M. POWELL, M.A., and JOHN LLOYJO, MA. (late of Barmouth County School). Special facilities for Domestic Subjects— Cookery, Laundry Work, and Needlework, and a bias in favour of Rural Subjects to suit boys who intend returning to the Farm. Good opportunities for vocal and instru- mental music—Music teacher, J. T. REES, Mus. Bac. The School was placed among the first six in Wales by the Inspector of Music under the Central Welsh Board. F Special successes during the last twelve months:—1st Student ia Wales and top scholar entering U.C.W. in 1918; one A.L.C.M. diploma in music: one honours advanced senior and four senior (three in the first class). School Fees, £4 a year. Scholarships and bursaries are available, and good grants are [given to those eligible for the Advanced Course. School re-opens on September 22nd, 1919. For further information anply te the Clerk- Morgan rgan, Neuadd, Tregaron. s230 Re DAVID ROWLAND THOMAS, Deceaced. "pURSUANT to the Statute 22 and 211 Viet.. Cap. 35, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Persons having Claims against the Estate of David Rowland Thomas, late of 127, Higli-street. Portmadoc, in the County of Carnarvon, Clothier and Draper, deceased (who died on the thirtv-first day of March, 1919, and probate of the Will of whose Estate was granted by the Bangor District Probate Registry on the eighteenth day of August, 1919, to Mary Elizabeth Roherts, one of the Executors named in the Will), are required to send particulars thereof, in writing, to u», the undersigned, on or before the nineteenth tday of September, 1919. after which date the Execu tors will proceed to distri- bute the assets of the deceased among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice. Dated this twentieth day of August, 1919. CHARLES E. BREESE & CO., 120a, High-street, Portmadoc, h299 Solicitors for the Executors. n299 Solicitors for the Executors. J THE OINEMA ABERYSTWYTH. I Proprietor and Manager A. Cheetham Nightly at 6-30 and 8-30 MATINEES, Mondays. Saturdays, at 3. Wet Afternoons at 3. Our best advertisement is our own Screen. For Pictures and Projection. Good Wine needs no Bush. ProgrammesChanged Mondays & Thursday I -— I CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. Return Holiday Passengers. On FRIDAY, AUGUST 29th, A THROUGH TRAIN WILL UtA VE I Aberystwyth at 12 noon Borth 12-18 For Wolverhampton & Birmingham (G. W.) On SATURDAYTAUGUST 30th, ¡ Trains will run as under:— a.m. a.m. noon. p.m. Aberystwyth, dep. 9 45 10 0 12 0 2 20 Borth, „ 1018 12 20 2 40 Wolverhampton G.W.) arr. 1 35 2 19 4 8 6 40 Birmingham (Snow Hill)., 2 0 2 45 4 37 7 10 Crewe, „ 2 10 4 10 Liverpool (Lime St) „ 3 35 5 25 Manchester (London Rd)„ 3 45 5 52 Oldham „ 6 55 A Through Train to Oldham will leave ABERYSTWYTH 11-0, BORTH 11-20 a.m. On Saturdays and Mondays a Through Train for South Wales will leave Aber- ystwyth 12-15, Borth 12-35 p.m. S. WILLIAMSON, General Manager. Oswestry, Aug 1919. s237 Goods Stored, Cash Advanced or Goods Bought Outright. JOHN GIBSON, Auctioneer, Old Post Office Chambers ABERYSTWYTH, Is fixing his Dates of Sale for the coming season, and will be glad to call on clients to suit their convenience. Prompt & Careful Attention I to all Business. Immediate Settlements. Barmouth and District. WALTER LLOYD JONES, AUCTIONEER VALUER HOUSE and ESTATE AGENT Valuations for Probate. Live Stock Salesman. Sales of Household Furniture, etc.. and Farm Stock conducted and pomptly cashed. Apply,Offices: King Edward-street and High- etreet, Barmouth. Castle Pavilion Lessee and Proprietor J. W. ELLISON ELLISONS ENTERTAINERS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd— AFTERNOON AT 3. EVENING AT 7-45. By courtesy of J. W. ELLISON, Esq. -BENEFIT- TO MISS MISS MR. Patti Twells, Madge Carr, Arthur Carnell, zn I (Soprano Pianiste). A Girl, A Boy, and a Piano. Afternoon at 3- DONKEY S TAIL COMPETITION For LADIES and GENTS. ALSO Children's "GO AS YOU PLEASE Competition" Also a PRIZE will be given for the Best Rendering of "CANTERBURY BELLS" and" BELLS OF ST. MARY'S." rhis is ah Open Competition. These Songs will be featured nightly by Misses PATTI TWELLS & GINA DEVON. AND A SCREAMINGLY fUNNY SKETCH. r Evening at 7 45— RUSTIC NIGHT And the following EXTRA ATTRACTIONS- A Scena Introducing Little Girls in Nighties," Entitled 6.4 Sweep ARTHUR CARLTON As "GRANNY," and LITTLE LEWIS McLLOYD AS* "OUR 'ORACE." JACK CLIFFORD Character Comedian, late" BARNSTOMERS." From THE PIER (By kind permission of J. F. Youuge, Esq.) THE ROYAL PIERROTS In their Screamingly Fanny Burlesque "Colleen Bawn" Also Miss NELLIE TOWNSLEY (The Lancashire Nightingale), with GORDON WESTLEY at the Piano. The "TIT-BITS" GIRLS (Alice P lling & Maggie Boyce) in Songs & Danees AND OTHER SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS. SEATS ( Booked in Advance ) 2s 6d, IS 10d., Is. 3d. Without Extra Charge Unreserved 9d a- HANDSOME PRIZES GIVEN by the Proprietors of "Tit-Bits,* "Woman's Life," "Merry Moments." "Lady's Companion" and "Twilight Novels." General Manager ROLAND CARR. ■ "P1 1 —— ALWAYS GOING AHEAD. Season's Goods. For the Newest Styles in Boots and Shoes, The Best Quality & the Lowest Prices, go to DICKS | Shops in the following towns in this district: DICKS, 12, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. DICKS, Penrallt Street, Machynlleth. DICKS, Victoria Buildings, Dolgelley. DICKS, Sycamore Street, Newcastle Emlyn. DICKS, Leicester House, Llandyssul. DICKS, Bank Place, Portmadoc. DICKS, 53, King Street, Carmarthen. DICKS, High Street, Pwllheli DICKS, High Street, Barmouth. DICKS, High Street, Lampeter. DICKS, High Street, Festiniog. DICKS, High Street, Cardigan rhe things tnat men and women look for in choosing their Boots are excellence of design and fitting, good wearing quality, and reasonable- ness in price. Dicks meet these demands so completely that it will pay any man or woman to visit any of their Establishments. Along with their own well-known make, they are agents for the 'K" Boots, "Lotus" and Delta Boots, Hold Fast and Dryfoot Brands. Try Dicks tor Boots and Shoes Boys, Girls and Children. s. N. COOKE, Ltd. IMPORTANT ft SUMMER SALE. LADIES OUTFITTING. Silk Skirts, Corsets, Dressing Gowns and Jackets, Summer and Winter Underwear, Children's Coats & Suits, Ladies' Blouses and Jumpers, Sheets, Pillow Cases, Art Needlework and Wools. S. N. C., Limited, are offering the above Goods at prices much below present value. ———— 12, Pier Street, ABERYSTWYTH. WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT. James McPherson & Son, Ladies Gent's Tailors. OC8 umes and Suits made from the best materials,' Smartly cut and well finished. Boy's Suits for all Ages. Write or Call for Samples when your orders will have our best attention. 50, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth.