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1851. {i. Dew & Son AND ? Arthur Jones, F.A.I. Auctioneers, Valuers, Surveyors. BANGOR (Tel. 13). CONWAY (Tel. 29) ——— Telegrams: DEWSON." SALES OF COUNTRY ESTATES Contents of Mansions, And Private Residences. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire. Denbighshire, and Anglesey Smithfields. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CARNARVONSHIRE and MERIONETHSHIRE PORTIONS OF THE HAFOD GARREGOG ESTATE. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I.. will Sell by Pablic Auction at an early date, the Valu- able Farms, Small Holdings, Dwelling Houses, Etc., 18 and around Beddgelert, Penrhyndeudraeth, N. Llanfrothen, Garn Dolbenmaen, Tatearnau, and Tydweihog, Nevin. Platns and Particulars in due course of- Messrs. Carter, Vincent, and Co., SQlicitors, 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 Properties, to- gether with the Leasehold Interest in Two Properties, all in and about the Town of PORTMADOC. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES have been 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- BeeasecD- BRITANNIA INN (now delicensed) and Cot- tage, both Freehold. The SHIP INN and C»tfcage, Freehold. The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the Com- mercial Hotel. The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the Glas- lyn Hotel, Tremadoc. Detailed Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained from Messrs A. W. Da.ndo and Co., 193, Woiverhanrpton-street. Dudley, or from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. DOLWYDDELEN AND ROMAN BRIDGE. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES are favoured with instructions to Sell bv Public Auction (unless previously sold by Private Treaty) Valuable Freehold Farms known as TY'N-Y-CWM, TAN-Y-BWLCH, OCAN'RALT.T. GWYNDY GEGGTN, GLANY- GORS, and HAFOD GWENLLIAN. extending to an area of 2,406 ACRES, or thereabouts. For all further particulars, apply to Messrs. 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. irrESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. IXJL 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 HAFOD RUFFYDD UCHAF. HAFOD RUFFYDD GANOL. AND HAFOD KUFFYDD 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 Building and Ac- commodation Land. near the County School, in the Town of Carnarvon. For all further particulars, apply to Messrs Nisbet, Daw, and Nisbet, Solicitors, 35, Lin- coln's Inn Fields, London; or to the Auction- eers, at their Offices, Bangor and Copwav. a264 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. COUNTY OF DENBIGH About eight miles from Denbigh and Abergele. IMPORTANT SALE OF THE GRAND FW-T 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 abtve Estate for Sale. For further Particulars apply, R. M. Thomas. Esq., Twining Ruabon: Harold Ed- wards, Esq., Agent, Gwrych Castle Estate Office, Abergele: or to tho Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. GWRYCH CASTLE ESTATE. Third Sale of OUTLYING PORTIONS in and around COLWYN BAY, LLANDDULAS, and RHYL. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES. F.A.I., have been fjvowred with instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at an early date, the following Im- portaai; end Attractive Agricultural Holdings vic-, FFWNONAU, SIRIOR HTR. TY'N 8AEAU, TYDDYN UCHA BACH, BENAB ØALED. PENYCOED. TYGWYN. FRON- HETTLOe, HEN AFON, PENCEFN DU, HEN BRB, Elte For further particulars apply to Haro'd j Bd^rsrda, Esq., Agent, Gwrych Castle Estate Offwe., Aberg^Io; or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. i AT AN EARLY DATE. OUTLYING PORTIONS OF THE PENRHYN ESTATE. IN TIIE LLEYN PENINSULA. Parishes of Bodferin, Bryn Croes, Aberdaron, Llanfaelrhys, Rhiw, Llangybi, Dolbenmaen. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R ARTIIUR JONES have received instruc- tions from tho 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 cf 1,050 Acres (or there- abouts) :— a. r. p. Ty Hen 129 1 2 Liain-y-Gwalit 0 1 25 Bugelus Fawr 72 0 27 Plas Newydd 248 0 7 Hcndre Cenin 170 3 39 Hendre Cenin 185 1 13 Ty-Hwnt-ir-Mynydd Isa 123 2 23 Paat-yr-Einiog 121 1 0 For al] further particulars, apply to Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors, Bangor, and Carnarvon, or to the Offices of the Auc- tioneers, Bangor and Conway. CARDIGANSHIRE. By Direction of Mrs. Arthur and Mrs Goring. CARDIGANSHIRE AND CARMARTHEN- SHIRE. The Famous Devil's Falls, Jacob's Ladder, Robbors' Cave, and important Wood- land, near tho Hafod Arms Hotel, 12 acres in extant. TYN-LLWYN FARM, Devil's Bridge, 461 acres. PONTERWYD-TYNRHOS FARM of 60 acres, close to Ponterwyd. PANT-Y-GWYFOL FARM and LAND, LLANILAR. A capital Sheep and Grazing Holding of about 107 acres. TYN-Y-FRON FARM, adjoining, a Compact j Agricultural Holding of 74 acres. CARMARTHENSHIRS. PENPOMPREN FARM.—Pump Saint, of 41 acres. BRYNYREGLWYS FACH FARM.—Pump Saint, of 43 acres. Ash Timber. The whole extending to about 740 ACRES, Including Valuable Matured Oak, Larch, and Ash Timber. To be offered for Sale by Auction at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on Friday, 26th September, at 2-30 p.m. Solicitors: Messrs Crawley and Co., 114a, Chancery-lane, London W.C. 2. Auctioneers: Messrs Knight, Frank, and Rutley, 20, Hanover-square. W., 1. South Wales Horse Sales CARMARTHEN. THE NEXT HORSE SALE Will be held at CARMARTHEN On Friday, September 26th, 1919 PRIZES— £ 24. ■ENTRIES ABSOLUTELY CLOSE on THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th. after which NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. I Schedules, Entry Forms, and Prize Lists can he obtnined of the A liction-er- Caves & Messrs. Howell Thomas, St. Mary's Auction Mart. Caritiarth-ri 332 I SALE OF A SMALL HOLDING. TO BE SOLE BY AUCTION BY MR H. ROBERTS at the SARACEN'S HEAD HOTEL, BEDDGELERT, ou SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER the 13Lh, 1919, At 2 o'clock, all that FREEHOLD FARM, CII); e f rrNYCOE Situated about a mile from Beddgelert, 14 Aoies ox- thereabouts in exteut wuhau exten- sive frontage lo the river Coiwyu. Vacant possession willi)-, given on completion of purchase Further partieulitrs from Mrs Roberts on the premises, or the Auctioneer ac Portmadoc n372 COUNTY OF MERIONETH. ) PARISHES OF LLANFAIR, LLANBEDR, ETC. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms, Small Hold- ings, and Acccmmcdation Land. ItTR. HENRY ROBERTS, Portmadoc, has -L* been instructed to sell by Public Auction, at the Victoria Hotel, Llanbedr on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m., unless previously disposed of, the FREEHOLD FARMS, SMALL HOLDINGS, and ACCOMMODATION LAND, 5ilate in the Parishes of Llanfair and Llanbedr. Mcrioneth- shire, known 3. GWERNEINION FARM comprising about 186 acres in the occupation of Mrs. E. Jones. MAESYRAELFOR FARM comprising about 1061 acres in the occupation of Mr. Jones. PENYGARTH UCHA (Small Holding) par", of Gwerneinion with about 3 rocds and 3 perches of land. PENYGARTH ISA (Small Holding) comprising about 12 acres in the occupation of Mr J. Pugh. MEADOWS near Village of Llanbedr, about 5 acres, in tho occupation of Mr Evans. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Jones and Jones Solicitors, Portmadoc. or to <,be Auctioneer Mr Henry Roberts, Pensyflog, Portmadoc. n255 TYGOLEU, LLWYNGWRIL. TYGOLEU, LLWYNGWRIL. 1%-CR W. LLOYD JONES has been instructed ITJL to Sell by Public Auction, owing to the House being sold, On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th ,1919. the Who e of the Household Furniture AND OTHER EFFECTS. Comprising Oak Hat and Umbrella Stand, Good Piano in Rosewood bv J. and J. Hop- kins, London; Set of 3 Small and I Arm Chairs with Rush Seats, Beautiful Mahogany Round Tdting Table, Half-size Billiard and Drning Table combined, Occasional Tables, Writing Tables with Drawers, Carved Antique Sideboard, Dresser, Antique Inlaid Corner Cupboard, Set of 6 Antique Oak Dining Chairs. Iniaid Sheraton Cabinet, Wicker Chairs, Rest Coucfi. Mahogany Cellaret. The contents of 6 Bedrooms, comprising Suite. Chests of Drawers Dressing Table and Marble Top and other Washstandi. Chamber Ware, Towel Rails, Bedsteads, Spring Mattresses Hair Overlays, Bed Linen and Blankets, Feit-her Bolsters and Pillows, Curbs. Fenders Kitchen Table ?nd Ordinarv Kitchcm LTtensils Garden Tools, Lawn Mow, Good Wheelbarrow, Glass, and Crockery, etc Sala to commence at 1 p.m TERMS—STRICTLY CASH. n227 Barmouih aWd-Dis-tric-t-. 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 cashea. Apply.Offices: King Edward-street and High- mtr,t. Rirmonth. CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. "IT^'ANTED.—Teacher of Domestic Subjects, »* for the Tregaron District. Salarv, £100 per annum, rising to £160, inclusive of trave ling expenses. Applications, stating age, experieno* ,and qualifications, should be accompanied by copies of three recent testimonials, and should reach me on or before the 10th September. 1919. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Educaficn, Aberystwyth. 21st August, 1919. 3.305 NOTICE OF AUDIT. TREGARON RURAL DISTRICT AND TREGARON UNION. ^"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that tho audit of the accounts for the half-year endod on the 30th September. 1918, of the Councl cf the above-mentioned Rural District and of the Guardians of the above-mentioned Union and the Ove-sters of the Poor of the Parishes therein, will commence at-, the Room of the Guardians, at the Town Hall, Tregaron, on Thursday, the 25th day of Sep- tember 1919, at 10 a.m. Dated this 1st dav of September. 1919. J E. PUGHE JONES, a360 • District Auditor.. 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. TOHN PRITCHARD & CO have been favoured with instructions to OtTer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, a portion of the above well-known Estate, extending to all area of about 2,000 Acres, including the tine old Klizabetbian Mansion known as PENviWERN HALL, and the Fully-licensed Premises known aa the PEN- G WERN ARMS HOTisX, where the pro- perty will be offered. Solicitors, Messrs Birch, Culliiiioi-e and Co Chester Local Apent, R C. Jones, Esq., Cae'r Blaidd, Biaenau Festiniog. Further particulars in due course. n222 ———M——P 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 Monday, September 22nd, 1919 (Fair Day). under the auspices of the Llanbedr Agri- cultural Society. Full particulars next week. Further entries solicited to Mr. J. Morgan Jones, Dinas. Uanbedr, or the Auctioneers. n302 IPORTANT KOTICLL A MEETING of "he Welsh National Grand Co-jncil numbering over 60 Delegates, will be held at Aberystwyth on September 12th. Hoto's, Boarding Houses, and Apart- menti are requested to communicate at once if they have anv bedrooms vacant for the 11th and 12th September to F. S. Trufan^i, Honorary Secretary, Comrades of the Great War, Aberaith, near Abcrys:wyth. s351 Tregaron County School FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Headmaster: G. T. LEWIS, M.A.. Assisted by a Staff of Competent Teachers. rilHIS SCHOOL has been sleeted by tho Board of Education for an Advanced Course in Modern Studies, and is tho only School in Cardiganshire to be so chosen. The Advanced Course is under the charge of S. M. POWELL, M.A., and JOHN LLOYD, M.A. (late of Barmouth County School). Special facilities for Domestic Subjects— Cookerv, 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 tha first six in Wales by the Inspector of Music under the Central Welsh Board. Special successes during the last twelve months:—1st Student in Wales and ton soholar entering U.C.W. in 1918; one A.L.C.M. diploma in music; one honours advanced senior I and four senior (three in the first class). School Fees, El 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 ariply to the Clerk— Morgan Morgan, Neuadd, Tregaron. &230 For further information aoply to the Clerk- Morgan Morgan, Neuadd, Tregaron. s230 EDUCATION ACT, 1902, SECTION 8 cl)o OARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COM- MITTEE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in accord- ance with the provisionq of Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, tha1. the County Cnuncil of Cardigan, being the Local Education Authority for <he purposes of Part III of that Act, propose to provide a. Now Pub- lic Elementary School for about 30 children at Llanddeiniol. The school will be available for the follow-nj area:- LLANDDEINIOL PARISH (Signed) JENKIN JAMES Director of Education. August 8th, 1919 BOROUGH OF "ABERYSTWYTH. TO GRAZIERS, CATTLE DEALERS AND OTHERS. THE TOWN COUNCIL invite fenders for tlu Aftermath and Grazing of the Field on Llmbadarn Flats, recontly occupied by the Aberystwyth Aviation Company and containing seven acres, or thereabouts, with immediate po-session, until the 1st March, 1S20. A plan of the Fiold can be seen at the Borough Surveyor's Office. Sealed Tenders, marked "Llanbndarn Flats," -o rr-ach me on or before Monday next, the 3th September 1919. JOHN EVANS. Town Clerk. Town Hall. Aberystwyth. a309 COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT OF ABERAYRON. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. ^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a copy of the Accounts duly made un and balanced, together with all Account Books. Deed. Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers and Receipts mentioned or referred to in such \cmunts will on the 10th day of September, 1919, be deposited in the office of the Govern- in Bcdy of the a-bovo.named Countv School District, and be open beitwecH the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to the insoection lof all no-sons interested until the 24th day of S^prember 1919. > And that Ion the 24th day of September, 1919 at the hour of 10 o'c.ock in the forenoon, J. E. Pi.-gh-.T,-nes, Eso, District Auditor, will attend at the Board Room of the Guardians. Abor- avrcn, to audit the "I\id Accounts for the year ended 31st March, 1919. Dated this 1st day of September, 1919. DANIEL JENKINS. Clerk to the said Governing Bcdy. 4, Greenland Terrace. NrAravrcn. s362 NOTICE OF AUDIT. TREGARON RURAL DISTRICT AND TREGARON UNION. N. OTTGE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the of the acco'mt.<; for the half-vear ended the 31st March. 1919. of the Council of the ahoye-mentioner1 Rural District and of the Guardians of the above-mentioned Union and the Overseers of the Poor of the Parishes therein; and of the accounts for the year ended the 31st March. 1919. of the Parish Councils or Parish Meetings for the Parishes in such Rural Districts, and of any Joint Committees appointed in whole Or in part by such Councils or Meet'ngs, will ccmmencr- at the Boa'-d Room of the Guardians at the Town Hall. Tregaron, on Thursday the 25th day of September, 1913, at 10 a.m. Dated this 13 dav of September, 1919. J. E. PUGHE JONES. a361 District Auditor. CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. I NOTICE OF LOCAL INQUIRY. l^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha^, a Local i-* Inquiry will be held by a Committee of the above Council, at the Council School, Devil's Bridge, at the hour of 6.30 in the evening on Wednesday, the 10th day of September, 1919, to enquire into an applica- tion by certain ratepayers of the Parish of Llanfihangel-y-Creuddyn Upper to the Council to order a new election of a Parish Council for the said Parish of L?anfihangel-y-Creu ddyn Upper on the ground thas the Parish Council last elected has been unable to act by reason e- want of Councillors. All persons in'erested may attend and be heard at the above Inquiry, and the Committee will thon hear any evidence or information offered and any objections or represen a ions made respecting the subject of the Inquirv. Dated this 28 h dav of August 1919. EVAN EVANS. Clerk to the County Council. County Council Offices, Aberystwyth. a 344 1 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 "BORTH WNOG," situated on the Main Road leading from I Barmouth to Dolgelley, being 6 miles trom the former fashionable watering-place, 4 miles from Dolgelley, and close to Penmaen 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. n2 MERIONETHSHIRE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 191 TYN-Y-FFYNON, BARMOUTH Overlooking Cardigan Bay, and situated in tils RHINELAND OF WALES. A Beautiful Stone Built Freehold Private Residence standing in its own grounds of about 2 acres, and nicely elevated, with magnihcont views of Cader Idris and the Cader Range, and 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 y Gedol Lakes, in addition to exquisite walks with scenery of charming variety. TOHN PRITCHARD & CO. will offer the above Valuable Property for Sale by Auction at the MASONIC HALL, BAR- MOUTH, on September 10th, unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made. Illustrated Particulars and Plans may be had of the AUCTIONKERS, Bangor, N. Wales, or of Messrs SPARKS & BLAKE, Solicitors, Crewkerne, Somerset. nl44 < G. R. ROYAL ENGINEERS' FIELD WORKS. DEGANWY. By direction of Disposal Board (Hut and Build- ing Materials Section). MR. T. W. GRIFFITH will sell at a date to bo fixed later, tho Large Corrugated Iron Buildings and Huts, Etc., Etc., Etc. Further particulars in duo course. u345 G. R By direction of the Surplus Government Board (Huts Buildings, and Material Section). R.M. MILITARY CAMP. CONWAY, NORTH WALES. AT AN EARLY DATE, MR. T. W. GRIFFITH( Valuer to the Car- narvonshire County Council), is in* strticted to offer by Public Auctioa do tII1; Premises, 81 Barrack Huts, 61ft. x 20ft. 9in. 8ft. to eaves, lift loins. to ridge. Constructed of wood framing, wall and roof covered with T. and G Boards and Felt- ing. Wood Floor Lit by 12 Windows Six Windows protectod by wire window guards, Regimental Institute, 189ft 9ina. x 28ft. 9ins. x 12ft. llins. Con- structed of wood covered with corrugated iron lined mn-tch boarding. Wood floprs. This building is divided with matchboarding into seven rooms, with corridor leading to Kitchen Scullery, and two room all constructed same as main building of this institute with part con- cret and part wood floors. Outside Earth Closet, Coal Shed Wood Shed, Bathroom MOBILISATION STORES AND VEHICLE SHED. 50ft. Sins. iong by 28ft. 9ins. wide by 13 ft. high. The wal.s and roof are constructed -o wood, covered with felting. Concrete floor. Six strong wood roof principals, matchboard partition dividing Vehicip Room from Mobil- isation Stores and Harness Room GUARD ROOM. COAL SHEDS, GAS HUTS Etc. L View may be made by order from thp Auctioti- cer from Saturday, August 30th, to date of Hon' 10 a m„and 5 P-m- presente- rs I'll will serve as permit Further particulars and Catalogue (now in course of preparation) may he obtained from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Town Hall Chambers, Llandudno. n346 GREAT BARGAIN IN SHEETS AND COTTON BLANKETS. 5,000 Pairs of Grey Twill Sheets, 13s. lid worth 18s. 5,000 Pairs of Bleached Hemmed Sheets, full — size, 14s. lid., worth 21s. 3,000 Cotton Blankets, Blue Border. Heavy lIs, 6d. wo-th 16q. 4,000 White Mneyoombe Quilts, full sizè 10;! 90" w-rth .158. 3,000 White Honey,omb(, Quilt,. full size, 119. gd., worth 17s. 50,000 Turkish Hamd Towels, 18 x 40 Is Id worth Is. 6^d. 50,000 Turkish Hand Towels, 18 x 43 Is fid worth h. 11 Ad. Sixpence extra'on all parcels under £ 1 for carnage. or JTot in fu"if u"ea"" MORRIS and BENNETT, I are net MORRIS and BENNETT, I MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS 45, BYON STREET, j PATRICK OFT, MANCHESTER P4OI? I' Thursday and Friday, September 18th and 19th, at 11 a.m. each dav TFIE PAVILION, CORWEN. REAT UNRESERVED SALE BY AUC. TION, of the whole of the VALUARTP TIMBER, CORRUGATED IRSN. £ £ 1 iii tho fittiri-, up of the Royal Welsh National Eisteddfod, 1919, by order of L. H. Woodhouse and Co. (of Nottingham), the contractors. Catalogues (3d. each) Mon- day prior to Sale. j. MAINWARING, STAFFORD AND CO. Auctioneers, Warrington. n^52 TO BE SOLD IN OCTOBER, UNLESS OTHERWISE DISPOSED OF. Hendre Farm, CILCENNIN, CILIAU AERON, About 84 acres of Land, Buiidings, modern and in good repair, good water supply, with Fields adjoining the Farm and closp to the village. Suitable Building Sites. Also the White HaU Inn, (Licensed Premises) on the main road. in tlio Villago of LI anon, with Stable and Chaff Room adjoining. For further particulars apply to Mr' J. L. Rowlands, Pantanamiwg, Llanon, Cardigan- shire. s365 Telephone- I-ondon Wall 45 Rankers: Telegrams—Fxpcndum Aid.. London. Barclay's Bank. Codes—A.B.C. th Edition & Private. Ltd. A. STITCHEN, 140a, Commercial Street, London, B.I. MiUlARYMID CIVILIAN SECOND-HAND CLOTHING CONTRACTORS. Largest stocks in London. Lowest prices. Enquiries Solicited. Satisfaction jjuaranteed. Please write for price lists and particulars. Pawnbrokers and Small Dealers supplied. A T* Y SALE! S. IN. COOKE, Ltd. Special Reduction of Ladies' Blouses Crepe de chene Blouses, 18/11, worth 35/6. Ninon Blouses, 9/11. worth 21/6. Luvisca Shirts, 9/11, worth 14/11. All Wool Ladies' Hose, 3/11 pair," worth 4/11. Special purchase of Ladies' Woven Directoire Knickers', 3/6, worth 4/6. Woven Golf Knickers, 5/11,,worth 6/11. Flannelette Petticoats, 3/11^, Worth 4/11. 11 ;:11 Flannel and Wincette Nightdresses, all greatly reduced. Wool Jumpers & Wool Golf Coats-many at half usual prices. S. N. COOKE, Ltd., SUMMER SALE. 12, Pier Street, ABERYSTWYTH. MnPTHN'Q B00T MAKERS- IT1U1Y 1 U11 O9 TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. GREAT BOOT BARGAINS. "DRYFOOT" BRAND. Every pair guaranteed Solid Leather. Nailed and without nails. Children's Boots from ;18. lid. 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 lls. 6d. 22s. 6d., Men's Boots from 18g. 6d. You cannot afford to miss these. Boot prices are jumping. Leather is scarce. Buy the Bargains immediately. We have a big stock, but once cleared, these cannct 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. ALL OUR REPAIRS are done on the premises. WORKMANSHIP AND ENGLISH LEATHER-THE BESt. -EVERY JOB GUARANTEED 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 tollowing 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. I DICKS, B&xik Place, Portmadoc. 1 DICKS. 53, King Street, Carmarthen. ¡ DICKS, High Street, Pwllheli. DICKS, High Street, Barmouth. DICKS, High Street, Lampeter. DICKS, High Street, Festiniog. v DICKS, High Street, Cardigan The things tnat men and women look for in choosing (fieif 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 witl> 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. WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT. James McPherson & Son, Ladies & Gent's Tailors. Cos UOles 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. COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. PARISH OF LLANRHYSTYD. FOR SALE by Private Treaty, the Farm called Trawsnant Issat "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 OutrBuildings with 63 Acres or thereabouts of Pasture, Arable, and Meadow Land, haviag an abundant supply of water, the river Peris running through the land. There is also some TIMBER on the land.— Apply, Mrs Evans, Troedjrhiw Farm, Liannon, I Aberystwyth. p3931 Goods Stored, I Cash Advanced or Goods Bought Outright. JOHN GIBSON, Auctioneer. Old Post Office Chamoers 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 to all Business. Immediate Settlements. Aberaeron, 1920. CYNHELIR EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIGL, Canolbarth Ceredigion yn Aberaeron dydd Mercher, Awst 11th, 1920. Ceir manylion pellach yn fuan. E. 0 JAMES. s295 E. W EVANS, Ysgrifenyddion. i CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS BANK HOLIDAY PASSENGERS IN ADDITION to the Ordinary Advertised Scrvioea, Special Trains to Wolvor- hampton and Birmingham, G.W., will run as under FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5th— Abervstwyth, .loo. 12 roon. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th— Aberystwyth, dep 2 2(\ p.m. S. WILLIAMSON, Genera.1 }In <lger. Oswestry, September 1st, 1919. Pelmanism Produces ALL-ROUND MENTAL EFFICIENCY 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 Sir 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. H 52,000 Separators of other makes have ■ H been replaced by the Alfa-Laval." H OLD Separators of any make taken J in part ex- jm mm CREAM jK SEPARATOR. "S1 Skims Cleaner than any other. JflBSBa 2,500,000 SOLD. jt LAMPETER. N N Agent-J W. DAVIES, t N IRONMOXGER. M Castle Pavilion Proprietor and Lessee J. W. ELLISON 0.1 ELLISON'S ENTERTAINERS WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th- By courtesy of J. W. ELLISON, Esq. BENEFIT TO THE STAFF. Mrs ARTHUR CARLTON (Box Office Manageress), C. ROBINSON and J. PULLING Afternoon at 3, MEN'S BEAUTY COMPETITION ages 18 to 80 Prize for the man getting most votes. Prize for the man getting least votes. Children's "GO AS YOU PLEASE Competition HANDSOME PRIZES. Also a PRIZE will be given for the Best Rendering of CANTERBURY BELLS and BELLS OF ST. MARY'S." This is an Open Competition. These Songs will be featured nigh 3 b Miss PATTI TWELLS & Miss GINA DEVON. Also a A SCREAMINGLY fUNNY SKETCH. And by kind permission of the Mayor and Corporation-the MUNIOIPAL ORCHESTRA (Conductor, Mr J. H. ROW), will be in attendance. Evening at 745, A NIGHT IN OLD ERIN When many Irish Novelties will be given, and the following added attractions— Mr. DEL LOVE J. F. Younge, Esq.) is8ion In a Novelty Exhibition of Skill and Strength THE ROYAL PIERROTS In a Burlesque on a Society Melodrama, LITTLE SYBEL PARRY 'A NEGLECTED WIFE'. Aberystwyth's Talented Little Comedienne And n h«rl *v. • r> and Dancer Antl 0 berl ems £ rom theiB Repertoire. T During the Afternoon and Evening the most popular numbors from the ENTERTAINERS Repertoire will be given. Booked in Advance SEATS ( Without Extra Charge. ) 2s 4d, Is 10d., Is. 3d. Unreserved 9d 9' HANDSOME PRIZES GIVEN by the Proprietors of Tit-Bits Woman's Life," Merry Moments," Lady's Companion" and Twilight Novels." General Manager ROLAND CARR. !Y' Royal Pier Pavilion. 1 Lessee and Manager Mr. J. F. Younge Monday, Sept. 8th, FOR 6 NIGHTS V- THE FAMOUS COMPTON COMEDY Co. I A Company of Brilliant Players in our Greatest Comedies. MONDAY AND THURSDAY, The School for Scandal. TUESDAY, She Stoops to Conquer. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. David Garrick. 'I FRIDAY, The Rivals. —1 Reserved Stalls, 3/6; Stalls. 2/4; Back, 1/3 including Tax. BOOK SEATS NOW. Plans now ready at Office Entrance to Pavilion. Doors open at 7 30, commence at8. EArly Doors 7.15. p4076 SARON, LLANBADARN. Grand Eisteddfod, Will be held at the above Chapel on Friday, November 7th, 1919.; CRrKF ITEMS. Chief Choral: Pat. fodd y glanha" (Tom Price); Ladies' Choir: "Llw n Onn" (D. E Evans); Male Voice: Ser y boreu" (Dr Protheroe); Pari Song Nant a'r blodeuyn (T« m Price). Prizes: Chief Choral, L7; and other sub- stantial prizes. ) Programmes (2d. each, by post 2^(3.), will be ready in a few days and can hp hail from the Secretaries, Mr n. R. WILLIAMS, Bilston House, Llaubadarn Mr D. EVANS, Isycoed, Llanbadam. THE MERIONETH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A General Meeting Of the Society will be held at DolgeHc" ON Fair Day, September 20th. 1919, in the County Hall a", 1 o'clock which it is hoped will be a full representative meeting. Owing to the suspension of the Socie v's operations since 1914 many appointments must be made. On bolialf of the Social-, MAJOR RICHARDS, > Caerynwcli, Dolgelley. EDWARD COLLINSON, Ynysfechan, Arthog. I ————j -.ill' f The Show of the Season. I THE 3"ith ANNUAL SHOW OF the i Edeyrnion Agricultural Society wiU be held at Corwen on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th. GRAND EXHIBITION (jF HORSES. CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, DOGS, POULTRY. BUTTER Etc., Etc. COMPETITIONS. OPEN AND LOCAL TROTTING TRIALS. NOTE.—Entries close Saturday, Sept 6th Secretary, FRANK OWEN, Corwen, n358 THE OINEMA Proprietof.aiB«^™-A.WthM, Nightly at 6-30 and 8JO MATINEES, Moftdaya. Saturdays, flt 3. Wet Aftetnoons at 3. Our best advertisement is our own Screefc. For Pictures and Projection. Good Wine needs no Bust. Programmes Changed Mondays & Thursday CANADIAN PAClfilC OCEAN SERVICES Ltd, LIVERPOOL TO MONTREAL. Minnedosa September 2nd, Scandinavian September 5tl* SAG"* SEPTEMBER SO, ""S7 &Mdinaviaii October Stir S! October 10th MeLfca October 17ti» GLASGOW TO MONTREAL V £ rrSUVU\ September 10th. j™*™* § £ & Corsican October 14th LONDON TO MONTRt^L, ?cot.,an August 30th *»!rni £ !an Septefttfber 19th *w«- t £ a'V SeptetnBer 30th AVONMOUTO 'TO MONTREAL!361' 4TH ) *Monmouth September, 2tb September 30th. |ar?ln.ian October l?t. Pretorian October 31sfc. 'Freight only. All sailings subject to change. For Freights or oassage apply:- CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, Ltd B.C., 3, London, or Local Agents everywhere. Royal Liver Building, Liverpool; 14. Cockspur- iTi ILel: '°d 103' u ———————————————:——— CUNARD LINE. SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK. Aquitania Saturday September 6tb Mauretanja Saturday September 20th I Royal George Saturday September 20th LIVERPOOL TO N-EW YORK I Port Bowen (Freight csnly).Saturday, Sept 6th t LIVERPOOL To BOSTON Ikala (Freight only) Tuesday. Sept. 23rd LONDON TO NEW YORK. Valacia Friday September 5th Indianoia (Freight only Tuesday, Sept 9th. Caronia Wednesday September 10th LONDON TO BOSTON jVerentia (Freight only) .Saturday, Sept 27th I LONDON TO PHILADELPHIA. Vennonia (Freight only) Saturdav, Sept. 27th BRISTOL TO NEW YORK Vestalia (Freight only) Tuesday Sept. 30th BRISTOL TO BALTIMORE i Doonholm (Freight only) .Saturday, Sept. 6th. BRISTOL TO PHILADELPHIA. Venusia. (Freight only) Thursday Sept. 4th. ROTTERDAM TO NEW YORK Anglo Chilean (Freight only).Sat., Sep1.. 20th ANTWERP TO NEW YORK Nava-ino (Freight only) .Sa.t., Sept. 27th CUNARD LINB TO CANADA. LONDON TO MONTREAL. Vnrdulia (Freight only) .Tues., Septf-mber 3thr Inkula (Freight only) Saturdav, Sept 13tis RRTTOL TO MOVTREAL Velavia (Freight only) Monday, Sept 22nd All Canadian Sailings connect with Canadiam National Railwayg. For rates of passage and further particular*, applv Cunard Line. Liverpool: 51. BisUopsgate. London, E.C. 2; 29-31, Cockspur-ftreet, Lon- don, S.W. 1; 65, Baldwin-street. Bristol: 18a. High-street^ Cardiff; 117, New-iitreet. Birminif. ham* Maritime Chamba-s, Canute-road, South- ampton or to Local Agents.