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Births, Marrittges and Deaths. A jrtfiaid charge of Is. 6a. is made -or announcements of Births and Deaths (il a verse is added the charge is St. 6d. more according to length) and Zs. 6dfiw Mamage announcements under this heading. In all cases the chargt must be 6retaid. MARRIACES LEWIE;-PIERCF,At St. Stephen's Church, Pond-street, Hampstead, N.W., on Thursday, August 21st, 1919, the Vicar officiating, ldris Lewis, son of the lat-e Mr. Henry Lewis and Mrs. Lewis of Birchgrove, Llansamlet, Glam., to Nancy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mn. Edward Pierce, Hampstead, Lon- don, N.W. p4054 DEATHS. NOTTINGHAM.—At Bryneastell, Trefriw, Carnarvonshire, in his 77th year, Henry Nottingham, late of Capel Banger. p4082 IN MEMORtAM. tn loving memory of Private Riel-iard Clement Richards, 13h R.W. Fusiners, of Fort, Ystumtuen, killed in action September 1st, 1918. Syrthiaist yn nhir yr estron, Yno yn rliv wle mae'h f-edd, Yno er tristweh calon Huna. mewn tawel hedd. Sadly missed by his devoted Wife and Infant Daughter p405Q HOWELL--In loving memory oc my dear husband, Alfred Ernest. Howell, 204th Ba. talion (Beavers) Toronto, Canada; kiWed in France, September 2nd. 1918. Could I, his wife have seen him fall, or kissed his wounded brow The blow would not have been so hard to bear down here below. But I know he ever live ih at God's right hand on high, And some day I know I'll meet him, never more to say goodbye. p4049
PREPAID SCALE. Smites to Let. Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. Situations Vacant, Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. me. of Ona Three Six Nine Words Insertion InBertions Insertions Insertions s. d. 8. d. a d. s. d. 21 13 2 6 40 -5 0 28 19 3 6 5 0 60 15 23 4 6 6 0 7 0 42 29 56 7 0 8 0 49 3 3 6 6 8 0 9 0 N.H.-If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged for postage of repi. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Musical and other successes, 2/6 prepaid not wnoift than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards. r SITUATIONS VACANT. BASIC SLAG.—Agents wanted with good farming connections.—Apply stating particulars, "Basic," Birchall's Advertising Offices, Liverpool. p4070 COOK General for Hoylake, Cheshire, about 'J 20th September; one willing to do wash- ing preferred; £ 28 to start; highest refer- ences essential; another maid kept.—Apply, Mrs. W. Rees, Abercistedd Villa, Criccieth. p4001 GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, MIDDLE OF September, for Radyr, near Cardiff; wages, C30.-Apply, giving reference, to Mrs. Jones, Awelon, Borth. p4013 GENERAL Reliable; three in family.— Apply, Mrs. J. O. Williams, Pcnrallt, Machynlleth. p4000 GENERAL (good) wanted for farmhouse; splendid wages to suitable girl; refer- ences essential.—Iifcrs. W. Jenkins, Rhoswen Farm, Bed well tv, Bargoed, Glam. p3862 GENERAL MAID wanted—Write stating age, wages, reference.—Mrs Hughes, 35, Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth. p4071 Marine-terrace, Abervstwyth. p4071 GOOD GENERAL wanted to go to Cardiff, Mrs. Pennant Jowes Bardsev View, Borth. Good wages; able to wash and cook. Write. p4073 STRONG Man wanted immediately for gar- den work: some experience; Churchman. —Apply, Mrs. Holland, Caerdeon, Dolgelley. p3989 SHORTHAND Typist required in Solicitor's office in Aberystwyth. immediately; must be efficient. -Appi v, stating experience and salary^ required, to Box 3, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p407F SUPERIOR GENERAL SERVANT wanted for private house near London.. Help given.-Apply Mrs. Franklin Richards, care of Mrs. Evans. Caedu, Harlech. p4065 ANTED-Experienced Welsh I.inotype W Operator, Must bo good mechanic.— Annlv, "Cambrian News." Aberystwyth WANTED, Cook General and Housemaid Waitress or two 'girls willing to learn.— Applv, Mrs. Cross, Ynyshir Hall, Glandyfi. p3967 WANTED, immediately, a Housemaid.— Apply Mrs. <Morris-Davies, Ffosrliyd- paled, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. s231 WANTED, Junior Clerk in Solicitor's uffice. —Apply, Solicitors, "Cambrian News'' Office, Abe-vstwvth. a294 WANTED, Waitress with a little experi- ence—Apply to J. Davies, Feathers Hotel, Aberayron. p3993 WANTED, for London, end of September, a good General for family of four (privatc house): good wages and outings for suitable girl.-Apply, Tanyreitliin, Baker-street, Aber- ystwyth. p4026 WANTED, Good Cook General for Man- chester district; four in family; house- maid-wnitress kept; liberal outings; wage, S35 -E40.-Apply to Mrs. Nuttall, Wern, Beach-rond. Fairbourne. p3983 WANTED, WANTED, WANTED, several good plain Singer's Machine workers; good wages and permanent work to good per- Pon.-Apply, Lewis, 28, Pier-street, Aberyst- wyth. p4021 WANTED.—A Young General for private house; one lady; must have good refer- ence.-Addi-e. Miss James, 59, Majine-ter- race, Aberystwyth. p4072 WANTED a Young General, to assist house- keeper no cooking.-—App'y, Mr. Percy Wilkinson, Wenallt, Crosswood, -Cardigan- shire. s357 WANTED, two Welsh maids for a small family (Welsh); London suburb; age not under 18.-Apply, stating wages and experi- ence, Mrs. Lloyd, St. Michael's Vicarage, Cricklewood. N.W. 2. p4046 WANTED, in a firs-class Private Hotel in Mid Wales, an Experienced-working Housekeeper; use to the control of staff and assist R.I., carring.-Apply, statins* salary re- quired. age and reference, to 40, "Cambrian Wew<=:" Office, Aberystwyth. p4047 WANTED.-Good Plain Cook; able to bake.—Apply, Mrs. Hughes-Bonsall, Glan Khe'dol. Cinel Bangor, Aberystwyth. p4060 ANTED.-Housekeeper for farm used to dairy and plain cooking: maid kept; 2 in familv.—Apply, Matthews, Glasgrug Llan- Imdam. Aberystwyth. p4063 ANTED.L-Wa-nted at Bow Street, Agent TV to sell the "Cambrian News." Good terms to righs applicant.; circulation guar- anteNI.-Apply, "Cambrian News" Office, .Abf-ystwyth. WANTED, a Thoroughly Experienced M'l- liner and Server.—Appl. R. McLean, T»->oron. Portmadoc. YYAITRESS WANTED. Experienced for Cafe; live in; good references.—Apply Ward'* Cafe Oriental, Aberystwyth. p4036 WANTED, Young Lady for counter; with experience preferred.—Halls' Stores, pjfw-ctreet. Aberystwyth. a330 WANTED, at" once, good Kitchem Maid.— •Applyi Belle Vue Hotel, Aberystwvth. a329 WANTED, at once, Young Housemaid o- House-Parlourmaid; good salary and nntin"Apply, Matron, Isallt Nursing Home, p4027 V\f ANTED.—-Working Housekeeper: two » v men ir> family; must assist in milking.— Apply, H. Harris, Singleton Farm, Sw-nsea. p4014 X1TANTED, a Girl, about 16.—Apply to Mrs ▼▼ Harries, Grosvenor House, Aberyst- wyth. D4041 WANTED, by middle of September, for v V girls' boarding school, capable house- maid-waitress.—Apply Miss Maries-Thomas, Somerville School, Aberysfvyth. a340 SITUATIONS WANTED. T ADY requires post in or near Aberystwyth as mother's help or as companion; ex- perienced high references.—Box 600, Cam- Vian News," Aberystwyth. p4058 YOUNG LADY very anxious to get a post in Wales as Clerk or Secretary. Served three years as chief clerk in Borough Accountant's Office. Given up on return of men. TeFitiiiionials. -Apply E., Cambrian p4080 HOUSES WANTED. TENANTED, Six-Roomed Cottage; bath and I Usual conveniences; lease two or three ■years^ early possession.—Box, 594, "Cambrian Ttews Office. p4007 WANTED, Cottage with Garden in the neighbourhood of Aberystwyth; October or November .-Write, C. H. Jones, Meirion -Cottage, Llanbedrog, Pwllheli. p3995 APARTMENTS WANTED. WANTED, from middle September by 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 ANTED.-From 3rd September for fort- TT nighty 2 large bedrooms and 1 sitting room, Barmouth, Criccieth, Pwllheli, Borth, or Towyn.—Terms to Box 599 "Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p4053 WANTED, immediately, in Aberystwyth, smal] furnished house, or sitting room and 2 bedrooms, with or without attendance. Particulars Miles, Denford, Alsager, Cheshire. p4066 3 ROOMS wanted for Winter (Unfurnished) or a House. possession by 29th Sept., 1919. Send offers. Waverley Temperance Hotel, beyw.t. p4083 APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES ABERYSTWYTH.—To let, large Furnished Rooms for winter months; good cooking and attendance; suitable for business or pro- and attendance; suitable for business or pro- fessional gentleman.-Box 590, "Cambrian News" Office. p3985 FURNISHED House to let for winter months; good position; 3 sitting rooms, 7 bedrooms; modern conveniences.-Rc;x 591, "Cambrian News" Office. p3986 FURNISHED Flat to let from September 12th; Dining Room, 1 Bedroom, Kitchen, Gas Cooker. Near sea. Perman- ¡ ency preferred. Terms moderate.—Apply Box 4," Gambrian News," Aberystwvth- I p4081 TO LETj Comfortably Furnished 6-Roomed House' or part; modern conveniences; within 10 minutes of sea front; for five weeks or longer; moderate terms.-Apply, Box 592, "Cambrian News" Office. p3999 TUITION. SHORTHAND, Typewriting, and Book- Keeping Classes are held every evening BIt 14, Geoffrey-street, Neath, by DANIEL JONES. F.I.P.S., Etc., the well known coach. Terms on application. p4U45 WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY. IKfifi QUALIFIED OPERATORS are »OUU URGENTLY WANTED at commencing salajries of £ 120 rising to Mo. Every stu,.1;m" now at our school has a bertr ww"ft for him and we require 250 more tc qtmXSfy as early as possible. —Apply, Wireless "iVa/uing College, Cardiff or Swansea.. TO BE LET 08 IOL-. ABERYSTWYTH.—Freehold Houses for Sale, .A.jL overlooking Castle Grounds and Sea.— Apply, 4, St. Michael's-place, Aberystwyth. p3668 BORTH.-For Sale, a Freehold Dwelling JO House in perfect condition; all modern conveniences; 2 reception roorns,-S bedrooms, bath (h. and c.), w.c., and usual outside offices.-Apply, Jones, Builder, Dole. Llandre. DAIRY FOR SALE.—Doing 600 gallons weekly at 9d. per quart. Shop trade, £ 70_ £ 80 weekly. Commodious premises. Plenty of outbuildings. Situated London W. Rent, S60 Present owners retiring. Price, £1,000 S.A.W.—H. P. Howells, 1, Holt-villas, The Embankment, Putney, S.W., 15. p4064 DOLGELLEY.—For Sale, two Freehold Semi-De:ached Cottages, near Penmaen- pooi Station, in the parish of Llanylltyd.— Apply, Owen, Commerce House Dolgelley. p4048 OLGELLEY.CLOGWYN," to let for summer or longer period; furnished or unfurnished; or sold; 3 reception, 8 bedrooms; usual offices; elevated position: one acre grounds; tennis lawn: half mile from station. -Apply, Roberts, Argoed, Dolgelley. p4057 FOR SALE.—A desirable Freehold Resi- dence.—Apply, Lindisfarne," North Road. p3835 FOR SALE, Desirable Dwelling Houses in Llanbadarn-road; bargain tor quick sale.— For particulars apply to D. Emrys, Williams, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. a279 FARM TO LET.—Murcwymp, Llangybi. Possession November, 1920.—Application to W. Cradoc Davies, Town Hail, Pwllheli. n336 FOR SALE by Private Treaty, the very desirable Leasehold Premises known as "Llantwit House" and "Vron m>use," Stan- ley-road, Aberystwyth; and Calthorpe Heuse, Elm Tree-avenue, Aberystwyth.—Apply, D. Emrys Williams, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. p4008 FURNISHED HOUSE to let for winter; south aspect; modern conveniences; 2 sitting rooms, 5 bed-ooms.-Appky Box 1, "Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth. p4068 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate posses- sion. Cottage at Penyfron. Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold. Avondale House, Mariqe- terrace, Aberystwyth. Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans. Solicitors, Aberystwyth. TTOUSE AND SHOP to let, 36, 'little Darkgate-streeti, Aberystwyth.—Apply, Rowlands, Frongoch, Clarach, Aberystwyth. p3372 OFFICES. 2 rooms to let on second floor, Cambrian Chambers, Aberystwyti.— Apply, G. White 23, Chartfield Avenue, PN TNPR. iiC3 WLLITELI.-For sale, Desirable Freehild Residence (nine rooms), facing sea; soith aspect; indocyr sanitation, gas. Bargain— Robino^n, Allandale. p4)19 SMALL Residential Estate, near Carnarvn; 11 rcoms, gardens, stabling, cottage, 30 acres; price, £ 1,850.—1318, Rutters, Norflk- street. Strand, London. p39S) rpo BE LET from Michaelmas next. ;he Farm and Sheepwalk called BRWYFO, near Glandyfi.-Apply, Roberts and Evais, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a26- TO BE SOLD, Brynarfor, 12, South Marhe- terrace; also 5, Union-street, Aberyt- wyth.—Apply, Miss Samuel, Ardwyn. 5t. Pf>v'd's-T>ad, Aberystwyth. p399t TO SELL OR LET, Aberystwyth, nar College, House, 25 rooms; suitable aprt- ments; shop which can be let separately; n- mediate possession: good position; low terts. —Anplv. Scarfe, Eye, Suffolk. p397 TO BE LET, Shooting and Fishing ripts near Aberystwvth.—Fa? fuH particulas, apniy to Mr". Wemyss, 3. Glenlock-rod, Belsize Park. Hampstead, N.W. p405] POULTRY. FOR SALE.—White Leghorn Cockers. Padnam-Baron stirain. April hatchd. 12s. 6d. eacb.-Apply. Jones, Bryncipill, T- ga,ron. P4061 PIJLLETS and DUCKS, March, 1919. hato, fincot layers only 10s 6d each; S6 dozci. List breeds free, Hummell, Stratford, Esse. p394 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. CHIROPODY.-Don't let your feet troub c you, have them attended to by a Fot Specialist" for all foot ailments, corns, buniot, etc., etc. By appointment only.—D. William, "The Chiropodist," 3, North-parade, Aberyr wyth. pl IMMEDIATE CASJHE given for Old Ok I Dressers, Settles, Gate-leg Tables, etc- Particulars and price, Cox, 6, Trinity-strei, Hastings. p403 DAVID WILLIAMS, st. james'e-squa), Aberyswyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrougt and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zi r, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvt, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skit, RAL,R. -# Best cash pricep sriven. HORSE, Heavy Cart; first-class worke; must be guaranteed sound.—Price to 5 £ "Cambrian News" Office. p3974 "It/TcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrougt M and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machiner, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp at Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Got pri-q eiven. any quantity. h8) "V^OW is the time to sell your oil fashion! Furniture. Why? Because prices are the very highest. If you want to sell yof dresser, fool cupboard, hanging press, or ar other old Fashioned Furniture, send for A. Hill, c.o. John Potts, Town Porter, Alexandr- road. Aberystwyth. p3632 WANTED, a once, a well trained chiefly for working on Moors.—Writ Mrs. A. Rowe, Glandwr Hall, near Barmout. p4031 WANTED, to rent, Blacksmith Shop in r near Machynlleth or Abervstwythr Apply, Box 597, "Cambrian News" Offij. p4024 WANTED, 12 Bore Hammerless Gun.—PJ particulars and price to Box 593, Car brian News'' Office. p4002 ANTED.-Pitwood, Fir, and Oak.-Par' culars to David Jones and Co., LimitE (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue, near Pontypoc Mon. p3677 Of AAA GUARANTEED.—Wanted fro i cwt. to 100 tons now Beano! Tailors' Woollen Clips 150s. cwt., immediai cash. Buyer of Boiled Horse and Kennel Bon< 90s ton in 2-ton lots anid upwards. 1.000,0( rabbit skins required, top price given.—Thome Horton, Merthyr Tydfil. Phone 265. p4059 I MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. I WANTED urgently, 100,000 dot. Rabbit Skins, 1,000 Tons Horse Hair, Household and Knacker Bones, 100 Tons Oocoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of unsaleable stocks, viz.. Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, Cblncuvrls, Hugs, Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, Led hsugoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas" Saltfish, Ilfnings, Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every description, 1 Empty Cases, Carbide Tins, A'aste Motor Oil. Offer "me anything which appears useiees. Also all kinds machinery.—Thomas Hrrton, Sovem- ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil p3758 ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil p3758 I WANTED.—Old Furniture, in any con- dition; big prices given.—Write or call, White, Old Curiosity SKop, 5, Little Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth. p3690 MUSSELS. MUSSELS. MUSSELS. I ONE TON A WEEK WANTED. Must b i good stuff; quote price on rail.—W. 1 H. White, Ice Merchant, Hanley, Staffordshire. p3988 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. L OR SALE. 12 h p Royer, four-seater, two cylinder, zemth carburettor, dual ignitor, Bosch Magneto. Splendid order. bargain.—Captain duller, Sandcroft, Towyn. p4U78 KAA Army Waterproof Sheets, 72 inches long» 36 wide, 2s 6d each. Large Waterproof Driving Capes or Trap Aprons, only 4s each, carriage paid.-Dawson, 27, Water Street, Denton, Lancashire. p4079 BAGS, BAGS, BAGS.—Why send to Bir- -*H 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. CpOK SALE.—Ladies Tricycle, in good JD condition, new tyres and pump. Obliged to sell ihrough ill-healtb. RepUes to Buckingham, Mtesyneuadd, Talsarnau. Price £ 8 or near offer. p4U77 DE DION MOTOR CAR for saie. Two seater with seat at back; 9-horse power, 1 cylinder, with hood, screen, and lamps, all complete. In good condition and perfect working order. Can be seen by appointment, or particulars from Jones Holmsdale, Ruthin. p4061. EARTlIENW ARE, Assorted Crate £12 10s.; lists free; catalogues, 6d.—The Regent Fine Art Pottery Co., Haniey, Staffs. p3679 J7TOHD CAR (1912 model)-; in good running -T order.—Apply, Glyndwr Hotel, Machyn- lleth. p3968 T7TOR SALE, about 30 Acres of good Oats; -T —Apply, The Steward, Dolserau Hall, Dolgelley. p3980 FOR SALE.—^Typewriter (Hammond), in good order. Cheap.—Write, Box 572, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p3866 FOR SALE, 1915 Maxwell Touring Car, in excellent condition; trial by appoint- ment.-Apply, Hughes and Co., Fishmongers, Portmadoc. Tele.: 37. p4009 FOR SALE, 2-kater G.W.R., 1916 model; excellent condition.—Apply, Williams, Awelon, St. David's-road, Aberystwyth. p4020 FOR SALE.'—For Sale, diamond for cutting -t' glass, fair size, not recently used; Harms- worth Encyclopaedia, unbound, without bind- ing cases, in excellent condition. "War Illus- trated" from No. 1 to June, 1916, with binding cases. What offers?.—Apply, Box X.Y.Z., "Cnmbrian N"ws" Office. pl234 FORD LORRY FOR SALE. Splendid goer. Bosch Magneto; good running order. Advertiser has no further use. E140 for quick sale; room wanted.—Apply Box 2, "Cambrian News." Aberystwyth. p4069 FOR SALE.—Sailing Boat in good working order; length 16i feet. Complete with centreboard.—Apply, W. Hansen, 2, Victoria- terrace, Criccieth. n371 FOR SALE.—48 White Wyandotte Fowls; Also Poultry House.—Ellis, Stoneleigh, Llit-naber, Barmouth p40551 F7\OR SALE.—Tradesman's Carrier Bicycle. -T Good as new.—Apply Michell's Cycle Stores, Aberystwyth. p4062 HAVE YOU "VISITED LEWIS'S FANCY BAZAAR, Lewis, 28, Pier-street, and 62, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. If not it will pay you to see his lovely selection of souvenirs, presents, fancy goods, coat of arms, etc. etc. Lowest wssibiR prices. p4022 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 TITER RING NETS, excellent condition, ready for use.-Apply D. Jones and Sons: Boat Owners. Barmouth. p4052 ROLL TICKETS worded "Admission" or priced threepence, faurpenee, sixpence, eightpence, and a shilling; stock printings, 2s. Od. a thousand; special printings, 3s. [d. a single thousand. Special prices for large quantities.—Cash with order, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. RABBIT NETTING.!—Long Field Nets, line* complete, also Purse and Ferret Nets, and special Netting Twines; list free.—E. Parnall ind Co., Netting Works, Bedminister, Bristol. p3896 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing; also s Biacks and Cross-bred Herefoi,cls.- lames, Cilwnwv Farm, Llanelly. p4003 SPORTSMEN, Farmers, Horsemen, try our 8 splendid Yorkshire whipcord tweed; wears like leather; showerproof; 7 yards for 35s. Patterns free.—BRADFORD WOOLLEN CO.. 59. Brarlforul. r)4040 OWIFT, 12 h.p., 4-seater, magneto, hood, speedometer Stepney, 5 Lucas lamps, in sp'endid condition throughout; equal to new. Edwards, Talrafon, Dolgelley. p4056 VICTORIA, Rubber Tyres, Brake, complete; price £22; 2 Landaus, light, rubber •yes, good everywhere; price C40 each.— FTawlev Mills, Charles-street Walsall. p3994 TnilEY WILL KEEP YOU DRY! — Beacon X Oilskins never faif to keep out '<he wet. rhat's why they are worn by hundreds of out- ioor men, women, and children. You should wear them if you want real weather comfort. They aren't sticky like ordinary oilskins. We return your money at one, if they don't satisfy you. The Beacon Booklet will show the stylo which suits you best. Men's coats From 21s.; children's, 16s. 6d., upwa.rds; Long hoggings, from 5s.: Sou'westers, from 3s.: Ladies' Smart Oilskins, 28s. 6d. Send a post- card to-day for this Free Booklet of "Weather Comfort."—Send now—before you forget—to 'lrhour'&, Ltd., Ill, Beacon Buildings South Shields. (1) SALES BY AUCTION. DANIEL r. REES & EVANS GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. ETC. 3rompfc PERSONAT, attention given to all Business. OFFTCES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees and Evans lave pleasure in announcing their instructions o conduct the following Important Agricul- tural and other Sales- Sept. 6th.-Tynferon. Cwmrheidol. Sept. 19th.-Annual Sale of Sheep at Taly- ont. > Sept. 20th.—Rhydhirucha. Bow Street. Sept. 24th.—Penygraisr, Borth. ""nt. 2th.-Tancastell, Rhydyfelin. Sept. 26t,h.—Rhvdhir 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 iont. October 3rd.—Lascrug, LlanBadarn Fawr. )ctober 9th.—Cefnhendre Farm, near Aberyst. wyth. October 10"h.—Brynbwl, Borth. Dates noC, Fixed. Wernmeirch, near Aberayron. Parvtyffvnon, Salem. Other important Sales will be announced ater. RHYDHIRISSA, Near Bow Street and Aberystwyth. MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS LW-X- are favoured with instructions from Mr. enfein Jones (who is retiring) to Sell by luction, as above, on FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 12tli. 1919, the following Well-Harvested Crops. ihnut 2S TONS of excellent CLOVER AND ifF-A now HAY in 5 Lights; 30 MOWS VHEAT: 30 MOWS BARLEY; 130 MOWS VHITE OATS; in lots to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Six months credit, subject to the usual con- ations. N.B.—The whole of th-a Valuable Lire and )ead Farming Stock, etc.. will be sold bv Miction on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th. TEXT. x. a326 I SALES IT AUCTION, SALE AT TYNYFRON, CWMRHEIDOL, Close to Rhiwfron Station. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, 1919, Eleven Head of Cattle, 1 Useful Cart Horse, 90 Ewes, Lambs, and Ram Lambs, 1 Nanny Goat, a good collection of Implements and Harness, etc., in excellent condition. About 20 Mows of Brown and White Oats. Sale at 2 o'clock. Six months credit, subject to conditions.. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS, Auctioneers. a316 ——————————-———————————-————— 1 TALIESIN, CARDIGANSHIRE. I MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS I -LrH. 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 DWELLl. 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 mid-way between Aberystwyth and Machyn- lleth, and within 4 Miles of Ynyslas and Glàn-, dyfl Stations. 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 C3 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, ScuHery, Coal House, and W.C., also Wash House, and there is a 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- Stall Stable, Coach House and Shed, which 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 are most conveniently situated for Business 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 sear future, this sale affords an unique opportunity for an energetic man to acquire most suitable promises wherein to establish a highly lucrativo General Business. The Fixtures and Fittings will be included in the Sale. Vacant possession will be given upon com- pletion of purchase. Any further particulars and orders to viewA may be obtained from the Auctioneers, or from Messrs. Smith, Davies, and Co., Soli- citors, Aberystwyth. a270 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 — COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. SALE OF A DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING. MIESSRS. DANTIL 1. REES AND EVANS will offer for Sale by Auction (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 15th. 1919, At 3 o'clock in the af iernoon, subject to con- ditions of Sale to be thon- read or produced, all that very Desirable Small Holding Called BWLCHGEUFFORDD, containing 36 acres, or thereabouts, of Rich Arable and Pasture Land, with suitable Dwelling House and Outbuildings. Upon the Property there is a valuable Stone Quarry; also a quantity of very Useful Timber. There is an ample supply of water. This very desirable iittle holding is conveniently situated within 4 miles of the Town of Aberyswyth, in the Village of New Cross (or Gors), being close; to Chapel, School Post Office, and other conveniences. Vacant possession on the 29th September. Any further particulars may be ob-aimed from the Auctioneers, or from D. WILLIAMS, Esq., Solicitor, all of ABERIIfe- WYTH. TAYLBONT, CARDIGANSHIRE,, ANNUAL SALE. Upwards of 1,500 EWES, EWE AND WETHER LAMBS, RAMS, E c, from well- known Flockmasters in the neighbourhood. SALE ON FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER lSth; 1919, Commencing at 12 o'clock. MESSRS. DANIEL I REES AND EVANS .1- Auctioneers, Aberystwyth. N.B.-Fu,-ther Special Sales will be held on October 2nd and 17th respectively. 3350 On the CARDIGAN COAST. ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF EXTENSIVE PREMISES SUIT- ABLE FOR A FACTORY. MOTOR GARAGE OR PUBLIC BUILDING. HyTESSRS. DANIEL I REES AND EVANS will offer for' Sale by Public Auction (unVass previously disposed of by Private Treaty^ at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberyst- wyth, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1919 Aj4 3 o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale as may be then read or produced, all those very Substantially Erected and Extensive Promises known as The Old Slate Works Situate in Cambrian-street, Aberystwyth, held under a lease from the Corporation of Aber- ystwyth, having an UNEXPIRED TERM OF 49 years from the 12th day of November next a1, the low Ground Rent of JM 17b. 4d. pEr annum. > The Premises occupy a central position in the town and are in close proximity to the Greai Western and Cambrian Railways Stations. They are most substantially built and have g, fr<snaage of about 86 fea-, ta Cam- brian-street, with a depth of about 55 feet. On the Ground Floor are 2 Spacious Work- shops or Warehouses, wi\h Store Rooms; and on the First Flc a very Large Workshop or Store Room, measuring about 84 feot. by; 55 feet, with 2 Offices ?.nd w.c. Vacant posse-s:on will be given For fur-her pariculars and permits view applv to the AUCTIONEERS, or to Messrs. JOSEPH DAVIES and SON, Solicitors, all of 4. Baker-jftreet, Aberystwyth a347 CARDIGANSHIRE For Sale by Private Treatv, with possession On the 29th SEPTEMBER NEXT, THE DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING known as Bwlchgeuffordd situate on the road-side near the Village of 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 & EVANS, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a83 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, a198 AUCTIONEERS. FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS FOR SALE Viz.:— Freehold Ground Rent of S20 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 1962. Freehold Ground Rent of J520 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 Rack Rentals of E93 12s. Od. in 53 years., For further particulars apply to Messrs Rees and Evans, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a288 SALES BY AUCTIfM. THE Smithfield, Aberystwyth. FIRST ANNUAL SHOW AND SALE OF CART AND COB FOALS, YEARLINGS, TWO-YEAR-OLDS, and OTHER AGED HORSES. Under the auspices of the North Cardigan- shire Farmers' Union, MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS will conduct the above on On MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1919, when the following PRIZES will be given, viz.: 1st Prize. 2nd Prize. S s d £ s d For the Best Colt Foal 2 0 0 1 0 0 For the Best Filly Foal. 2 0 0 1 0 0 For the Highest Price Yearling 1 10 0 0 15 0 For the Highest Price 2-year-old and upwards 1 10 0 0 15 0 Entries to be in hand not later than Mon- day, September 29th, in order that buyers may be advised in good time. Competent Judges will be appointed. Judging will commence at 10-30. Sale at 11-30. a317 l' TANYCASTELL, r Within Two Mites of Aberystwyth. IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL DISPERSION SALE. ESSRS. DANIEL I REES AND EVANS ifX are favoured with instructions from Mr. David Lloyd (who is retiring), to conduct the above highly-important Sale. on THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1919. .The Sale will include— 85 HEAD OF CROSS BRED CATTLE. Comprising about 40 Excellent Dairy Cows, Milching and in Calf. Heifers, and Steers and j Calves. 10 VALUABLE DRAUGHT HORSES AND COLTS. 120 WELSH EWES AND A NUMBER OF LAMBS. The whole of the Modern Implements, Dairy Utensils, and part of Household Furniture. Utensils, and part of Household Furniture. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock prompt. I Terms—CASH. Catalogues are in course of preparation ahd may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, 4, Baker-street. Aberystwyth or of Mr David Lloyd, on the Farm Refre?hments will be provided by Mr D. W. Teviotdale at reasonable charges." a364 Talybont Mart. GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clock. DANIEL 1. REES and LV ANS, 2.798 Auctioneers. ABERYSTWYTH. TO INVESTORS AND OTHERS. FOR DISPOSAL BY PRIVATE TREATY The following VALUABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING nOUSES AND BUSINESS PREMISES. Centrally Situated in the Town, viz. r— Nos. 8, 10, and 12, Chalybeate-street. Nos. 2, 4, 6 and 8, Cambrian-place. Either as a whole or in Separate Lots. Apply to Messrs REES and EVANS, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a349 I NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS invite entries for their Great Autumn Sales. ^edesday, October Ist.-Hunten, Harness Horses. Cobs, and Ponies. £29 Prizes. Thursday, October 2nd.-Heavy Town, Lurry, and Van Horses. Twenty guineas, Best Town Horse, £10 Besi Pair; £10 Lurry Horse; 25 Vanner Friday, October 3rd.-Pedigree Shires, 1, 2, and 3-year-olds Amd Shire Foals. 215 Best Colt Foal; £15 Fillv Foal: S10 Shire Mare or Filly; jE7 3-year-old Gelding; 2-year-old. Prize Lists and Entry Forms ready. En-tries close Wtdneeday, September 24th n354 SALES BY MESSRS DIGGORY, OWEN & EVANS CORWEN, BALA, & DOLGELLEY. 1%/f"ESSRS. DIGGORY, OWEN and EVANS beg to announce their instructions l'rom Mrs. Baynes-Badcock who is leaving to Se,I by Auction on the Premises at Glvn, Dolgelley on Wednesday September 17th, 1919, A quantity of Superior Household Furniture including Superior Mahogany Pedestal Writing Desk, Handsome Mahogany Roll Top Desk, Excellent Mahogany Extending Dining Table' Dinner Wagon, Valuable Pianoforte, various Dining and Drawing Room Appointments, Bed- room Furniture, and numerous Useful Items. Sale at 1 o'clock prompt. n228 RHOSYGWALIA, Near BALA. Sale of Valuabfe Freehold Accommodation Land suitable for a Small Holding. "jt/TESSRS. DIGGORY, OWEN and EVANS J-TX wilj Sell by Auction at the Plascoch Hotel, Bala, on On SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1919, at 2-30 o'clock in the Afternoon, All that Valuablo Freehold Accommodation Land Situate close to the Village of Rhosygwalia and the Town of Bala known as Tyisa. other- wise Tyryrefail, and contain:ng .32 acres, or thereabouts. The Land combines excellent Pasture and Grazing. is eminently adapted for conversion into Small Holdings. It affords excellent Building Sites or a Site for a Private Resi- dence. For further (particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, or to J. R. Jordan, Esq., Solici- tor, Bala. n229 FELIN PERSON, LLANBADARN. SALE OF STOCK, CROP, ETC. ]%/J"R E. R. DA VIES has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the above place On Thursday, September 18th, 1919, the following Stock, Crop, Etc., mprisin of Large Rick of weli-harvested Meadow Hay. 4 Nice Milking Cows (one due to 'alve September 8th another June 2nd); 1- Eleifer (12 months old), ChaffV-utter, Market rrap, Wheelbarrow, Cowties, Ladders, Wind- )ws, Several 9-inch Drain Pipes, Stone laggings Hencoops Scaffolding planks. Forks. Shovels, Firewood, Manure Heap, etc., also part )f the Household Furniture. Sale to Commence a 2-30 p.m. Credit cn :cnditions on all sums above 10s. Auctioneers office, 28, Great Darkgate-street, Aberystwyth. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. PARISHES OF LLANBEDR AND LLANENDDWYN. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM. IKlt. HENRY ROBERTS. Portmadoc. has I LTA been instructed to Sell bv Public Auction, it the Victoria Hotel, Llanbedr, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1919, at 3 p.m., Unless Previously Disposed of, a FREEHOLD FARM Cnown as HAFOD-Y-COED, comprising 182 teres, in the occupation of Robert Ellis. Vacant possession can be arranged for im- nediately. For further particulars anply to Messrs 3reeee, Jemes, and Casson. Solicitors, Port- nadoc; or to the Auctioneer, Mr. Henry ioberts, Pensyflog, Portmadoc. n322 SALES IT AUCTIOW. J. PUGH & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS. Sales And Valuation will be undertaken of all kinds of PROPERTY, FARMING STOCK. FURNITURE, ETC, upon reasonable terms with Prompt Settlement Office Opened DAILY at CENTRAL CHAM. BERS. Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. 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. MR. JOHN PUGH has been instructed by Mr. John Jones to Sell by Pnblic Auction, at the Whitehall Hotel, Towyn, On TUESDAY, 9th SEPTEMBER, 1919, At 2 30 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then i and there produced), tn.-¡ I Freehold Dwelling Houses I Known as 5, 6, and 7. MAENGWYN STREET, TOWYN. Known as 5, 6, and 7. MAENGWYN STREET, TOWYN. I The Accommodation is as follows:— I No. 5.—Two Reception 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 Gillart, Esq.. Soticitor.; or the 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 29tb SEPTEMBER, 1919, at 2.30 in the afternoon precisely, subject to conditions of Sale then to be produced, as follows:— ABERYSTWYTH Lot I.-THE TALBOT HOTEL. MARKET- STREET, and Stables, Little Darkgate-street. Freehold. 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 in the Town. Lot 3.—THE PIER HOTEL and Boarding House, PIER STREET. Freehold. Lot 4.—THE WESTERN VAULTS, corner of THESPIAN-STREET and NORTHGATE- STREET. Lons Leasehold. Lot 5.-THE PLOUGH IVN and Dwelling House, MILL-STREET. Lon7 Leasehold. Lot 6.—THE NAGS HEAD, BRIDGE- STREET, with Workshop into High-Etreet. 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. AT GOGINAN. Lot 10.—THE 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 13.-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 Ashmall, 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 Rep^e'entative of the late Captain Enoch Lewis to Sell by Public Auction, at the Dovey Hotel, Aberdcvcy. On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16lh, 1919, At 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the following Valuable Freehold Properties LOT 1, PENTRE.—A commodious Dwelling j House overlooking the Estuary and being situate in Penhelig-terrace, with the following I IIccommodation :-2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Back Kitchen. Scullery, Larder, Yard, and Offices, 5 Bedrooms, Bath Room, Back Entrance. LOT 2, No. 11, NANTTESYN TERRACE, with following Accommodation :-Pariour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen. 3 Bedrooms. Bath Room Box Room, with Garden at back. LOT 3. No. 12, NANTIESYN TERRACE, wiMi the following accommodation:—Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 3. Bedrooms Box Room. with Garden at Back. LOT 4 13, NANTIESYN TERRACE.— Accommodation same as Lot 3. LOT 5.—14, NANTIESYN TERRACE.— Accommodation same as Let 2. 'I LOT 6.—A 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 Estuary. LOT 7, 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 ivi favoured with instructions to Pell at a date to be specefied later the propertyknown as Florence House, Borth. For futher particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Central Chambers, Aberystwvth aIIl 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 l"tpf. a4132 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, AH 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 apply to:- C100KE BROS, and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, i Aberystwyth. a298 SALES BY AUCTION. Preliminary Announcement. MESSRS. PUGH & THOMAS. Auction- eers, are instructed tocfferthe following Properties for Sale on the 29th instant LOT 1-All that desirable Farm nnti Lands cadell" PHNlJ %VCHFACH,- situste in t,he,Varit,li of Liatifiiiingel-N Ci euddyo, in the CountY of Cardigan, containing 102 Acres or thereabouts-. LOT 2-The Field eaile(i "GIBL)DA,sit.uate in the f-aid Parish, containing L, Acies and 14 Perches or tlie, eKboui. LOT 3 The Two Dwelling lloust-i, Pind Gar, dens called "TYMAWR." oitufcte in tJJf Village an-i Parish of i>lnnShangel- y-Creuddyn. aforesaid. Farther Particulars may be obtained from Hutch Hughes, Esquire, Solicitor, or the Auctioneers, all of Aberytwyth. CARDIGANSHIRE. CAERHEDYN. About 1 mile from Glandj'fi Station. MESSRS. PUGH & THOMAS have been ins!-ru<*ted by Mrs. Jenkins, to Sell by Public Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, On Monday, September, 15th, 1919. at 2.15. p.m., subject, to conditions to be then and there produced The Freehold Farm, I known as "CAERKEDYN" situate in the famous LKfnaut Valley, in the Parish of Yt-cuborycoed, containing 225 Acres or thereabouts and in the occupation of Mr. John Lewis, a yearly tcuauc, at a rental of £ 80 10s. The Farm is within easy reach of the MarKel Town of Machynlleth, and has the following accommodation —Hall, Parlour, Kitchen, Back ioicheu, 5 Bediooms and Box l Room. The Umbuildings comprise. Cart Mouse witt Granary above, Hay Barns. 2 Stables with Loft over. Ouw Route, Caif Kit, Cattle Sile(i and liny liar-ii. The farm is very fnif and is watered from a well, tt stream, and nico by Uie Rivet Llyfnaut. and is nbouc equally divided into arable aud pasture. It, is admirably situated for the carrying mi of a catering butjiness lot- visitors to the Liyfnant Vaik-y who are extremely numerous iu the Tourist se.ison. All standing Timber will be included in the sale. For further particulars, appy to the Auc- tioneers, Great Darkgdie JSireet, Aber- ystwyth or to Messrs FERRIXGTON & JACKSON, |a378 Soli.'itors, Oswestry. COOKE BROS & ROBERTS F.A.I., Etc., 'Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, insurance Agents. Land and Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. Offices: 28, Terrace-road (Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwvth); Telephone 3, also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pISS MONTGOMERYSHIRE AND RADNORSHIRE THE MOST IMPORTANT AND LARGEST SALES OF THE SEASON, 1919 40,000 IMPROVING KERRY HILL AND CROSS BRED SHEEP. Thursday, September llth> at Uanbrvnmair 2,500 Hardy Crcss-bred Ewes and Lambs. Sale to commence at 10-30 a.m. Tuesday, September 9th, a* Newtown 2,500 Improving- Kerry Hill Ewes, Welbers, and Lambs. Sale to commence at 10-30 a.m Friday, September 12th. at Kerrv. The lionie of the Justly-Celebrated Kerry Hill Sheep. 11.000 Improving Kwry Hill Sheep. Young Stock Ew, Wethers, Lambs, and Rams. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. Uuesrtay, September 16th, at I(erry. 2.500 Kerry Hill Ewes,. Lambs, and Rams. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. Wednesday September 17th. at Llanidloes. 5.500 Improving Cross-bred Ewes. Wethers, and Lambs. Sale to commence at 10-30 a.m. Thursday. September 18th. at Pantydwr Rad- no-shire 6.000 Sound and Improving Kerry Hill Ewes, Wethers and Lambs. Sale to commence at 11 a.m. Thursday, October 2nd, at Llanbrynmair. 4.000 Hardy Oross-bred and Welsh Ewes. Sale to commence at 10-30 a.m. Friday, October 3rd. at Llanidloes. 5.500 Exceptionally Strong Welsh and Cross-bred Ewes. Sale to commence at 10-30 am. The abovo Sal"s afford excellent opportunities of obtaining Sound amd Improving Ewes, Strong Lambs and Rams of the highest merit, direct from some of the best Sheep Farms in the Principality Catalogues on application to MESSRS COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers Newtown, Mid-Waies. n226 ABERYSTWYTH. < ——— FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. The Following Desirable Properties (1) All that Desirable FREEHOLD MARINE RESIDENCE, overlooking the Bay, known as CAS PELL BRYCHAN. Early possession. (2) Valuable BUILDING SITES adjoining CASTELL BR YCHAN. 8 (3) All that Attractive FREEHOLD RESID- ENCE known as FELINDRE, standing in its own Grounds of about 1 Acre, situate in the Llanbadarn-road, within li Mile of the Town. (4) All that Commodious RESIDENCE known as CAERLEON. situate m the best part of the Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, admirably adapted for a School, Boarding House, Or for conversion into Flats. Apply to COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Land Agents, Aberystwyth. a280 n334 ABERYSTWYTH, IN THE FAR-FAMED CLARACH VALLEY. For Sale a VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE OF 103 ACRES. which affords a number of Choice Building Sites, in most favoured positions, overlooking the Cardigan Bay. EMRS. COOKE BROS- AND ROBERTS 3 are favoured with instructions from Mr. John Jones to offer for Sale at the LION HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, on Monday, September 15th, 1919, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to con- ditions to be then read or produced), all that Productive Mixed Farm situate in the Clarach Valley, within 2 miles of Aberystwyth, and known as "GLANYMOR," extending to an Area of 103a. lr. 5p. or there- abouts of excellent Pasture, Meadow, and Arable Land. There is a commodious Dwell- ing House, stone-built and slated, pleasantly situ* ed with lawn in front. The Outbuildings are st me-built and sleted and most conven- iently arranged, in an enclosed yard. The Machiney, is driven by water power. There is a convenient Garden and Orchard. The Farrn is in the occupation of Mr. 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, Aberystwyth; or Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a250 ABERYSTWYTH. VALUABLE Freehold Properties For Sale by Auction at an EARLY DATE. 8 Vk ell-built Residences, situate in SOUTH- ROAD, Aberystwyth. 18 Desirable Cottages, situate in RHEIDOL PLACE, Aberystwyth. For further particulars apply to Messrs. CCOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, and Messrs ROBERTS and EVANS, Solicitors, A berystwyth, al90 8ALES IT AUCTION. GILLART AND SONS. AUCTIONEERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS, and SURVEYORS, MACHYNLLETli. 4 ACTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Gromncl 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 (1809-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and lands to let, for Sale by Private Treaty. t980 FORTHCO-YRNG SAIXS BY Messrs. Gillart and Sons., Friday. 19th September.—CEFNGWEIRIOG, Taliesin. Sale of Farming Stock, by in- structions of Mr. Robert Thomas Thursday, 25th September. AELYDON, ABERDOVEY. Sale of Household Furni- ture, by instructions of Captain Daniel Morgan. In the Month of Septe-mber.-The Valuable Freehold Farms. ESGAIR, Llanbrrnroair, and TYGWYN, Uwcty?arreg; TYCERRIG (otherwise Tycerrlg Bach), Darowen; and a number of tseul Cottages at Machynlleth. Further particulars in due course. n336 Machynlleth Stock Sales. MESSRS. MORRTS AND MARSHALL and l' GTLLART AND SONS wi.1 feeli their NEXT MONTHLY gAL. on MONDAY, 8th SEPTEMBER. 1919. A good supply of Dairy Cattle, Store Bullocksj and Heifers, and Store Sheep. Grading of Fat Stock at 10-30 a.m. Entries are Solicited. N.B.—The ANNUAL SALE OF DRAFT EWES will be held on Wedne day, 21th September. CEFNGWETRTOGV TALIESIN] MESSRS. GILLART & SONS are in- structed hy Mr Hubert Thomas (who is leaving) to Sell by Auction, On MONDAY, 2nd SEPTEMBER, 1919,; the whole of the LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, comprising 40 Head of Black Cattle, viz 9 Milch Cows, Autumn and Spring Calvers, 6 two-year-old Bullocks, 8 Barren Heileiii, 6 Yearling*, 10 Calves, and a Bull Calf. 450 Welsh Mountain Sheep, consisting of 220 Ewes, 120 Lambs, 100 Wethers, and 8 Rams. 5 Very Useful FARM HORSES, including a Cart Mare (9 years), and a promising 3-year old Fifly, b3th excellent workers lg-year-old Colt and Filly, and a Filly Foal 3 STORE PIGS, A Collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, comprising a McCormick two-horse Mower, good segment Land Roller, capital light Tumbril Cart, Root Pulper (nearly new), 2 Iron Ploughs, Iron and Qhain Harrows, Wire Netting, Chaffcutter, etc Also the Horse Gears, light-running Trap in good condition, Trap Harness, and a light four- wheeled Lurry NOTE. -Harvest conditionii permitting, the CORN CROPS will be ihcluded in the Sale—approximately 32 Mows of White and Brown Oats and 1(5 Mows of Barley. Luncheon at 11. Sale at 12 noon. Terms Cash. n374 LL W YNG WRIL. TO LET, for the Winter months, a Furuisbed House caliel Gwasiadgoed Lchnf, overlooking the Set.. The House (aD old Farm Dwelling) contains Granary Hal) with fire place. Dining Roout, Kitcfcen, 2 La-ge Bedrooms and 2 butal er ones, Hainroom, w.c., and Linen Clonet.-Fon further particulars apply to Gillart & Sons, iSstniejLgente, Machynlleth. u373 BARMOUTH AND DISTRICT. Peacock, Bolton & Co., Partners G Peacock. W. H. Bolton. Auctioneers, Valuers, House & Estate Agents. Sales of Property & Household Furniture, etc., promptly attended to. APPLY. OFFICES, JUBILEE ROAD, BARMOUTH. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE^ BRONMEIRION, ARTHOG (Owing to House having been sold). mESSRS PEACOCK, BOLTON. and 00. (Partners, G. Peacock and W. H. Bolton) beg to announce they have been in- structed by Mrs. Fearn to Sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, the 18th. and FRIDAY, the 19th SEPTEMBER, The Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Also GARDEN IMPLEMENTS and POULTRY, Etc. Magnificent Valuable Modern and Antique Furniture and China. Send for Catalogue. PEACOCK, BOLTON, and CO., Jubilee-mad Barmouth. MORRIS. MARSHALL, AND POOLE Agricultural and General Auctioneers, — Valuer*, and Arbitrators. — PERIODICAL SALE& of STOCK conducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caerswa* Bishop's Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtown. Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaea Road, LJsnfair Caer- einion, Llanbadarn, Craven ArIWI, Ludlow, Church Stretton, Knighton. Towyn Monthly Horse Salea at Montgomeryshire Repository, Welshpool. The most careful attention Is given to Salea of Agricultural Stock, Estate and Mouse Pro- < perty, Timber and Antique Furniture. A Speciality is made oi Valuations at I Arbitrations of every description. Head Offioes: Chirbury, Shropshire. a821 i MONTGOMERYSHTRE HORSE REPOSITORY, 3 WELSHPOOL. s I l THE NEXT SALE OF 200 Horses of all Classes. Including Heavy Town Geldings and Mares, I Vanners, Colts, and Ride and Drive Horses, will be held on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th; 1919. zE63 in Prizes. Only Farmers Entries Accepted. 7 Full particulars entry forms, and catalogues ) on application to the Auctioneers, CAVES AND MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, Welshpool. a306 5 CARDIGANSHIRE. 1 PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. TO BE SOLD early in October, unless pre- viouslv disposed of. all that Freehold Farm called PERTHYGWENIN, in the Parishes ol Llansantffread and Llanrhvstyd, comprising 11< ACRES, or thereabouts, of good Grazing and Arable Land, and well supplied by the rivet Perris with water. Commodious DWELLING HOUSE anc ample Outbuildings, all in excellent state o! repair. For further particulars, appl-y to Mflrjran < The Green, Llanon. 1519 v