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Births, Marriages and Deaths. A oreoaid chmrtc* of is. 6a. is made -or announcement! tf Births mmd Deaths (if a verse is added the charge it /I,. U. more according to length) and 2s. 6d./or Marriagt I mnmommcements under this heading. In all castt the charge mutt be prepaid. MARRIACES. ANGUS—BROUGit.—On September 6th, at Upperton Congregational Church, East- bourne, liarold Mortimer, youngest son of Mr. anc. Mrs. J. Mortuner Angus, Cardiff, to Dorothy, daughter of the late Rev G. M and Mrs. Brough. p4089 STEPHENSON—HUGHES.—At Holy Trinity Church, Aberystwyth, on Tuesday, Septem- ber 9th, by the Ven Archdeacon Williams, assisted by the Rev. D. Lynne Daviee, offici- ating, Cecil Ernest, youngest son of the late Mr J W. H. Stephenson (late H.M Customs), and Mrs Stephenson St. Eloi, Alexandra- road, to Violet Muriel, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hughes, Sefton House, Alerandra-road Aberystwyth. p4107 DEATHS. MILES —Sept. I I th, at Treswylfa, Bontddu, Dolgelley, Henry Miles, of Dolgelley, aged 67* n422 IN MEMORIAM. JONES.—In loving memory of Second-Lieut. Gwilym Jones, beloved husband of M. Gobert Jones, who fell in action September 11th, 1918, Cambrai, France. To memory ever dear. Sorrowing Wife and Children. p4100 In loving memory ot my dear husband, James Pierce 13 Corporation-street, Aberystwyth, who passed away on September 13th, 1918. Sadly missed by his Sorrowing Wife and Children p4117 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT. Mrs Herbert amd family, of Lindon, Stanley- road, Aberystwyth, desire to thank all friends for kind sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. p4110
PREPAID SCALE. ftgm to Let. Houlel Wanted. Situation* Wanted. Situation* Vacant. Apartments to be Let. Miscellaneous Wanted. Articles Lost and Found. ttOfOf One Three Six Nine Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions 8..d. 8. d. d. 8. d. 11 111 26 40 50 18 19 36 50 60 85 23 4 6 60 7 0 42 29 56 70 80 49 3 3 6 6 8 0 9 0 La.-If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged for postage of repli i. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Vuaical and other successes, 2/0 prepaid not eakore than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards, LOST AND FOUND. T" OST, from Dofgelley, on the 27th August, JLi a brindle lurcher answering to the namo of "Bryn" Finder will be rewarded on return- ing same to 11, English-terrace, Dolgehey. p4119 SITUATIONS VACANT. RAPERY.-Smaxt girl as apprentice to Fancy Drapery^ Salary and commission paid.—T. Ellis and Co. Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth. a412 I "NOR HOYLAKE.—September 17th, a Cook- GieneraJ, dr nice gi»l willing to be trained as such. Highest references neces- sary.-Apply to Mwj6 William Kees, at Aber- eistedd Villa, Criccicth. p4094 GENERAL SERVANT WANTED, middle of September, for Radyr, near Cardiff; wages, E30.-Apply, giving reference, to Mrs. Jones, Awelon, Borth. p4013 GENERAL (good) wanted for farmhouse; splendid wages to suitable girl; refer- ences W. Jetikitas, Rlioswen Farm, Bedwellty, Bargoed, Glam. p3862 GOOD GENERAL wanted to go to Cardiff, Mrs. Pennant Jomes Bardsev View, Borth. Good wages; able to wash and cook. Write. p4073 GOOD HOUSE PARLOURMAID wanted first week in Ocotber. Must thoroughly know her duties and have been in good ser- vice. Quiet plaee, two in family, three maids. —Apply, Mrs Johnston, Henfaes, Dolgelley. p4087 HOUSEMAID wanted, at end of Octobc. to take place of present housemaid who is required at her home. Two in family.— Apply, personally, between 6-8 on Wednesdays, Or by letter to Mrs. Leitch, King's Heath, St. David's-road Aberystwyth pt097 T ADY (OSMOND) WILLIAMS requires, in U October, Cook and House-parlourma d for flat in London; two in family. p4090 LADY ASSISTANT, Welsh-speaking, live out, wanted for the stationery, tobacco- nist, and fancy goods.-Apply, stating wages, experience, E. Alfred Jones, Londonderry House Machyn'iletl' n407 At ILLI-NERY.-Improvers wanted for the JM- workroom.—Wones, 40, Great Dark- gate-street, Aberystwyth. p4095 NURSE and GENERAL wanted for Aberyst- wyth, by lady re-starting lious0 keeping. 8mallt modern, exceptionally convenient house. Four chiVlren, eldest attending school. Help given to both maids. Good outings. Wages, either case, £ 26— £ 30.—Write fully to Mrs. Rose. Cragg Hiil Killingha'.l, Harrogate.p4091 SHORTHAND Typist required in Solicitor's office in Aberystwyth, immediately; must be efficient. -Apply, stating experience and salary required, to Box 3, "Cambrian News." Aberystwyth. p407r W ANTED.-Reliable girl as general aer- vant; wages, £ 25— £ 30; liberal outings. —Camb-ia Nursing Home, Aberystwyth .p4t09 WANTE, D-Experienced Welsh Linotype W Operator. Must he good mechanic.— Applv, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth WANTED, immediately, a Housemaid.— Apply Mrs. -Morris-Davies, Ffosrhyd- galed, Llanfarian, Aberystwytlj. s231 WANTED, for London, end of September, a good General for family of four (privat0 house); good wages and outings for suitable girl.—Apply, Tanyreithin, Baker-street, Aber- ystwyth. p4026 WANTED. WANTED, WANTED, several good plain Singer's Machine workers; good wages and permanent work to good per- son.-Apply, Lewis, 28, Pier-street, Aberyst- wyth. p4021 WANTED.—A Young General for private house; one lady; must have good refer- ence.—Address, Miss James, 59, Marine-ter- race, Aberystwyth. p4072 WANTED a Young General, to assist house- keeper no cooking.—Apply, Mr. Percy Wilkinson, Wenallt, Crosswood, -Cardigan- Aire. s357 WANTED, two Welsh maids for a small 'V family (Welsh); London suburb; age not under IS.-Apply, stating wages and experi- ence, Mrs. Lloyd, St. Michael's Vicarage, Crie.klewood, N.W. 2. p4046 WANTED, in a firs^clasg Private Hotel in Mid Wales an Experienced-work Lag Housekeeper; use to the control of staff and assist 8.1 carving.-Apply, stating salary re- juired, age and reference, to 40, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p4047 WANTED.—Good Plain Cook; able to bake.—Apply, Mrs. Hughes-Bonsall, G'an Rbe-clnl. C-Pel Bangor, Aberystwyth. p4060 WANTED.-Houseke.eper for farm used to dairy and plain cooking: maid kept; 2 in familv.-Apply. Matthews, Glasgrug Llan- badn-n. Aberystwyth. p4063 ANTF,D.W -anted at Bow Street, Agent to yell the "Cambrinn News." Good terms to righs applicant: circulating guar- anteed.-Apply, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. WANTED, a Thoroughly Experienced Mil- liner and Server.—Appl—, R. McLean, Paraxon. Portmndoc. WAITRESS WANTED. Experienced for Cafe; live in; good references.—Apply Ward's Cafe Oriental, Aberystwyth. p4036 WANTED, Young Lady for counter: with experience preferred.—Halls' Stores, Pier-stroet. Aberystwyth. a330 WANTED, at once, good Kitchen Maid.— W Apply, Belle Vue Hotel, Aberystwyth. a329 iniTANTED, at once, Young Housemaid o- .T T House-Parlourmaid; good salary and outings.—Apply, Matron, Isallt Nursing Home, T^andndno. p4027 WANTED, a Girl, about 16.-Apply to Mrs v v Harries, Grosvenor House, Aberyst- wyth. 1)4041 wA-NTF,D.-Girl apprentice to tho photo. » graphic business.-Culliford, 47 North- parade, Aberystwyth. p4106 w ANTED.-Yale Shorthand Typist for Merchants' Office in North Wales.-Applr with qualifications, to Box No. 5, "Cambrian News" Office Aberystwyth. p4088 W ANTED-Capable General Servant; » good wages to suitable pdrson; no wash- ing.—Apply, with all particulars, to Matron, Cottage Hospital Holywell. p4093 WANTED, Good General.-Apply, Mrs » Old, Bron Ceris, North-road, Aberyst- wyth. a394 i SITUATIONS VACANT. MANUFACTURERS' AGENT, able to buy good cheap lines in Fancy Linens, Hand- kerchiefs, Raincoats, Oilskins, Jumpers, Sheet- ings. Cotton Piece Goods, etc., wishes to meet energetic young man or other who has- a small established business with view to partnership. —Apply, Parry, 53, Sauth-pa-ade Belfast.p411F WANTED, at once, odd man, willing to make himself useful indoors and out. Wages, C2 weekly; good references.—Miss A. L. Marslam, Tho. Old Vicarage, Aberystwyth. p4113 WANTED, immediately, for a week or ten days good working mason. Railway fare paid; lodgings found. State wages.- Thruston, Pennal Machynlleth. p4111 WANTED, by middle of September, for W girls' boarding schooi, capable house- maid-waitress.—Apply Miss Marios-Thomas, Somerville School, Aberystwyth. a340 SITUATIONS WANTED. LADY requires post in or near Aberystwyth as mother's help or as companion; ex- perienced high refer(inces.-Box 600, Cam- brian News," Aberystwyth. p4058 HOUSES WANTEU. A BERYSTWYTH.—House (unfurnished or A furnished) wanted immediately.- Daviee, 6 Lanishen-street, Cardiff. p4108 APARTMENTS WANTED. TWO BEDROOMS (one double-bedded) AM sitting room required by three young gentlemen in business; probable perman- ency.—Apply stating terms, to L.M.M. Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p4098 —- "'———— -—— APARTMENTS AND FURNISHED HOUSES FURNISHED APARTMENTS for married — couple or two ladies; no attendance; moderate terms Answer to box 8, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p4115 ABERYSTWYTH.—To let, Furnished House or part of house on sea front.—Apply, Box No 9, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberyst- wvth. p4120. TO LET.-Rooms in cottage, li miles from Aberystwyth; beautiful views.—Box 124, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p4105 TO LET furnished, houso on Marine-terrace, Aberystwyth; for any period.—-Apply Box 6, "Cambrian News" Office Aberystwyth. 14103 TUITION. SHORTHAND, Typewriting, and Book- Keeping Classes are held every evening at 14, Geoffrey-street, Neath, by DANIEL JONES. F.I.P.S., Etc., the well known coach. Terms on application. p4U45 URGENTLY WANTED.—500 students to U qualify for existing vacancies. This is a splendid opportunity for a youth between the age of 17 and 24 to secure a permanent lucrative berth for life. Unemployed, Demob- ilised Service Men with a knowledge of Wireless of the above age should write or call at once.— Wire'.ess Training College, Limited, St. Mary- street Cardiff, and Castlecstreet, Swansea. TO II LET OB SOLi. BERYSTWYTH.-Freaboll Houses for Sale, .M overlooking Castle Grounds and Sea.- Apply, 4, St. Michael's-place, Aberystwyth. p3668 BORTH.-For Sale, a Freehold Dwelling JD House in perfect condition; all modern conveniences; 2 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath (b. and c.), w.c., and usual outside offices.-Apply Jones, Builder, Dole. Llandre. DOLGELLEY.—For Sale, two Freehold Semi-Detached Cottages, near Penmaen- pool Station, in the parish of Llanylltyd.— J Apply, Owen, Commerce House. Dolgelley. p4048 OLGELLEY.CLOGWYN," to Jet for summer or longer period; furnished en- 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 ITOR SALE.-A desirable Freehold Resi- Jj dence.—Apply, "Lindisfarne," North Road. p FARM TO LET—Murcwymp, Llangybi. Possession November, 1920.—Application to W. Cradoc Davies, Town Hall, Pwllheli. n336 FOR SALE by Private Treaty, the very desirable Leasehold Premises known as "Liantwtt House" and Vron House, btan- ley-road, Aberystwyth; and Calthorpe House, Elm Tree-avenue, Aberystwyth.—Apply, D. Emrys Williams. Solicitor, Aberystwyth. p4008 FURNISHED HOUSE to let for winter; south aspect; modern conveiniences; 2 sitting rooms, 5 bedrooms.-Appiy Box 1. "Cambrian News" Office. Aberystwyth. p4068 HOUSES TO LET, with immediate posses- sion. Cottage at Penyfren. Llanbadarn; also to be let or sold. Avondale House, Marine- terrace, Aberystwyth. — Apply to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. WLLHELI.-For sale, Desirable Freehold Residence (nine rooms), facing sea; south aspect; indoor sanitation, gas. Bargain.— Robinson, Allandale. p4019 mo BE LET, Shooting and Fishing rights A near Aberystwyth.—For full particulars, apply to Mrs. Wemyss, 3, Glenlock-road, Belsize Park Hampstead, N.W. p4051 TO LET, with immediate possession, tho Three Horse Shoes, Gray's Inn-road.— For further particulars apply Mr. E. San t" 11 Messrs. Morgan and Co., Aberystwyth. a403 POULTRY. FOR SALE.—White Leghorn Cockerels. Padnam-Baron strain. April hatched. 12s. 6d. each.—Apply, Jones, Bryncipill, Tre- garon. p4067 PULLETS and DUCKS/ March, 1919, hatch, finest layers only 10s 6d each; £ 6 dozen. List breeds free, Hummell, Stratford, Essex. p3943 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. CHIROPODY.—Don't let your feet trouble c you, have them attended to by a "Foot Specialist" for all foot ailments, corns, bunions, etc., etc. By appointment only.-D. Williams, "The Chiropodist," 3, North-parade, Aberyst- wyth. P12pe IMMEDIATE CASH given for Old Oak I Dressers, Settles, Gate-leg Tables, etc.— Particulars and price, Cox, 6, Trinity-street, Hastings. p4035 DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberyswyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc Best cash pricee given. "M,TcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, wsnt Wrought -L"-a- and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc. Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc. Good prices given, any quantity. h830 NOW is the time to sell your oil fashioned Furniture. Why? Because prices are at the very highest. If you want to sell your dresser, fooj cupboard, hanging press, or any other old Fashioned Furniture, send for A. E. Hill, c.o. John Potts, Town Porter, Alexandra- road. Aberystwyth. p3632 WANTED, a once, a well trained Setter; chiefly for working on Moors.—Write, Mrs. A. Rowe, Glandwr Hall, near Barmouth. p4031 WANTED, to rent, Blacksmith Shop in or near Machynlleth or Aberystwyth.— Apply, Box 597, "Cambrian News" Office. p4024 TXTANTED.—Invalid Bath Chair, in good condition.—F. Viduna, Pier-street, Aber- ystwyth. p4G96 ANTED.—Rabbit Shoot, 100-500 acres, within radius 6 miles Aberystwyth.- Full particulars and price to Joseph Davies and Son, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. p4104 WANTED.—Pitwood, Fir, and Oak.—Parti- culars to David Jones and Co.. Limited (Pontnewynydd), Belle Vue, near Pontvpool, Mon. p3677 WANTED, 4 ft. iron bedstead, wire spring and overlay, in good condition.— Answer, eiving price to box 7, 11 Cambrian News" Office, Abprvstwvth. p4114 WH. CLARKE, UPHOLSTERER, 27. Prospect-street. Recently demobilised. All kinds of re-upholstering undertaken. Car- pets and linoleums reiiaid. Chairs and Settees made to order. p4085 0"| AAA GUARANTEED.—Wanted from cX'-LjvFvJvJ 1 cwt. to 100 tons new Bespoke Tailors' Woollen Clips 150s. cwt.. immediate cash. Buvcr of Boiled Horse and Kennel Bones 90s ton in 2-ton lots and upwards. 1.000,000 rabbit skins required, top price given.—Thomas Horton. Merthvr Tvdfil. Phone 265. p4059 MUSSELS. MUSSELS. MUSSELS. ONE TON A WEEK WANTED. Must b good stuff; quote price on rail.—W. H. White, Ice Merchant, Hanley, Staffordshire. p3988 MISCELLANEOUS WANTED. WANTED urgently, 100,000 do«. Rabbit Skins, 1,000 Tons Horse Hair, Household and Knacker Bones, 100 Tons Cocoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of unsaleable Blocks, vis.. Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, L-bluenircia, Hups, Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, Led haugoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas, Saltfish, Itirrings, Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every description, Empty Cases, Carbide Tins, JPaste Motor Oil. Offer me anything which appears useisss. Also all kinds machinery.—Thomas Htrton, 'iovern- ment Contractor, Merthyr Tydfil p3758 WANTED.—Old Furniture, in any con- dition; big prices given.—Write or call, White, Old Curiosity Shop, 5, Little Dark- gate-street. Aberystwyth. p3690 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. I BAGS, BAUS, BAGS.—Why send to Bir- mingham when you can get all sizes of i I bags weet bags, chip bags, ooniectionery, kuatt, 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 ot samples. Prompt delivery is a feature. EARTHENWARE, Assorted Crate m2 10s.; JLJ lists free; catalogues, 6d.-The Regent Fine Art Pottery Co.. Han,ey, Staffs. p3679 FOR SALE, about 30 Acres of good Oats; —Apply, The Steward, Dolserau Hall, Dolgelley. p3980 T^OR SALE—Anglo-Toggenburg Stud Bi* • Goat; gallon milking strain; cheap.— Hamilton, Dolgelley. p4099 T7TOR SALE.—About 30 tons Barley Straw, at Cae'r Ruel, Bow Street. Delivery to be taken from the field immediately after threshing, about end September.—Apply to Mr A- M. Hartley, Grain Merchant 13, Queen- street, Aberystwyth a406 FOR SALE.'—For Sale, diamond for cutting 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 offersF.-Apply, Box X.Y.Z., "Cambrian News" Office. pl234 FOR SALE.-Sailing Boat in good working order; length 16 feet. Complete with centreboard.—Apply, W. Hansen, 2, Victoria- terrace, Criccieth. n371 |7\OR SALE.-—Tradesman's Carrier Bicycle. -T Good as new.—Apply Michell's Cycle Stores, Aberystwvth. 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 possible prices. p4022 pATENT FUEL, in Truck Loads, not con trolied. Equal to coal, 35s per ton.— Write Hugbe4, Patent Fuel Manufacturer, Pantydwr, Radnorshi.e. p4092 ROLL TICKETS worded "Admission" or priced threepence, fourpence, sixpence, eightpence, and a shilling; stock printings, eightpence, and a shilling; stock printings, 2s. Od. a thousand; special printings, 3s. rd. a single thousand. Special prices for large quantities.—Cash with order, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. RABBIT NETTING.r-Long Field Nets, lines complete, also Purse and Ferret Nets, and special Netting Twines; list free.-IC. Parnall and Co.. Netting Works, Bedminister, Bristol. p3896 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing; also Blacks and Cross-bred Herefoi-dr.- James, Cilwnwjr Farm, Llanelly. p4003 SPORTSMEN, Fanners, Horsemen, try our splendid Yorkshire whipcord tweed; wears like leather; showerproof; 7 yards for 35s. Patterns free.—BRADFORD WOOLLEN CO., 39, Bradford. p4040 SWIFT, 12 h.p., 4-seaAer, magneto, hood, speedometer Stepney, 5 Lucas lamps, in sp!endid condition throughout; equal to new. Edwards, Talrafon, Dolgelley. p4056 THEY'RE NOT STICKY!—Beacon Oilskins are fr"ee from any stickiness, and, what is more important, they never fail to keep ou-S the hardest rain or sleet. Hundreds of out-door men, women and children wear them because they bring weather comfort. You ought to wear them if you want "0 keep dry in any deluge. The Beacon Booklet will help you to choose the style you need. Men's coats from 21s.; children's, 16s. ed. upwards. Long Leggings from 5s., from 3s. Ladies' smart Oilskins, 28s. 6d. Your money back if they don't satisfy you entirely. Send postcard to-day for our Free Booklet, of "Weather Com for' "-Send now—before you forget—to Barbour's, Ltd., Ill, Beacon Build- ine-s, South Shields. (2) UTORTH POUNDS.-520 Money-making Y opportunities. Valuable book of 112 pages. Price, Is. 6d. post paid. Satisfaction guaran- teed.—Address, Smith, Wormelow Hereford. p4101 KAA .Army Waterpraof Sheets. 72 inches long. wide, 2s fid each. Large Waterproof Driving Capes or Trap Aprons, only 4s each, carriage paid.—Dawson, 27. Water Street. Denton. Lancashire. p4079 4-00 M0ICGY"MAKING SECRETS an. priceless formulas of best selling articles in everyday use. Is 6d. post paid. —Address, Smith, Wormelow. Hereford. p4102 SALES BY AUCTION. I. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS GENERAL AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATK AGENTS. ETC. Prompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4. Baker Street, Aberystwyth MESSRS. Daniel I. Rees and Evans Have pleasure in announcing their instructions to conduct the following Important Agricul- tural and other Sales- Sept. 19th.-Annual Sale of Sheep at Taly- bont. Sept. 20th.—Rhydhirucha. Bow Street. Sept. 24th.-Peny-,raig, Borth. Sept. 25th.-Tancastell, Rhydyfelin. Sept. 26th.-Rhydliir Issa, Bow Street. Sept. 27th.—Pantyffynon, Satm. Sept. 30th.-Sale of Sheep at Devil's Bridge. October lst.-Lletty'nhen, Bontgoch. Oct. 2nd.-Annual Sale of Sheep at Taly bont. October 3rd.-Lascrug. Llanbadarn Fawr. October 4th.-Annaul Sale of Cattle, Sheep Horses, Foals, at Llanilar. October 9th.—Cefnhendre Farm, near Aberyst- wyth. October lO"h.-Brynbwl, Borth. October 15th,-Sale of Farming Stock, etc., at Llanbadarn Fawr, for Mr David Jacob. Date no*. Fixed. Wernmeirch, near Aberayron. Other important Sales will be announced later. RHYDHIRISSA, Near Bow Street and Aberystwyth. MESSRS. DANIEL 1. REES and EVANS are favoured with instructions from Mr. Jenfein Jones (who is retiring) to Sell by Auction. as above, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12th, 1919, the following Well-Harvested Crops. About 25 TONS of excellent CLOVER AND MEADOW HAY in 5 Lights; 30 MOWS WHEAT; 30 MOWS BARLEY; 130 MOWS WHITE OATS; in lots to suit purchasers. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Six months credit, subject to the usual con- ditions. N.B.—The whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock, etc., will be sold by A notion on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, NEXT. a326 FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS FOR SALE Viz.:— I Freehold Gronnd Rent of C20 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 £ 210 per annum in 1962. Freehold Ground Rent of £ 20 yearly in respect of 4 Houses, being Nos. 47, 49. 51, and 53, Walworth, near the Elephant and Castle, near New Kent-road, London, with Reversion to Rmck Rentals of £93 12s. Od. in 53 years. For further particulars apply to Messrs Rees and Evans, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. a288 Talybont Mart. GRADING TAKES place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clock. DANIEL I. REES and EVANS, a798 Auctioneers. SALES BY AUCTION COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. SALE OF A DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING. MESSRS. DANIEL L REES AND EVANS will offer for Sale by Auction (unless previousjy disposed of by Private Treaty), at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aberystwyth, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th. 1919, At 3 o'clock in the afernoon, subject to con- ditions of Sale to be then 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 aad 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 rittle holding is conveniently situated wihin 4 miles of the Town of Aberyswyth. in the Villnxrp of New Cross (or Gors)t being close to Chapel, Soliool Post Office, and o%her conveniences. Vacant possession on the 29th September. Any further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers, or from D. EMRYS WILLIAMS, Esq., Solicitor, all of ABERYST- WYTH. TANYCASTELL. Within 2 miles of Aberystwyth. MESSRS. DANIEL I REES at EVANS, ■ITA under favour of instructions from Mr David Lloyd. will Sell by Auction, as above. On WEDNESDAY, 17th SEPTEMBER, 1819 the following well-harvested CROPS, comprising 48 Mows Excellent WHEAT fig tl A !01 30 MIXED CORN About 3 Ton* HAY. Sale to Commence at 2 o clock. Terms Cash. The whole of the valuable LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK will be sold on y THURSDAY, the 25th INSTANT. &392 TAYLBONT, CARDIGANSHIRE. ANNUAL SALE. Upwards of 1,500 EWES. EWE AND WBTHER LAMBS, RAMS, E c., from well- known Flockmasters in the neighbourhood. SALE ON FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 19th, 1919, Commencing at 12 o'clock. MESSRS. DANIEL I REES AND EVANS Auctioneers, Aberystwyth. N.B.—Further Special Sales will be held on October 2nd and 17th respectively. a350 RHYDHIRUCHAF. On the Main Road, close to Bow Street. Saturday, September 20th, 1919, MESSRS. DANIEL I. REES & EVANS are favoured with inLTuetions from Mr Jenkins (who is retiring) to Sell by Auction, as above, the following STOCK Crops, etc., comprising:- 1 Excellent Cow in Calf; Heifer in Calf; Barren Heifer; Yearling Heifer; Calf. 60 EWES & LAMBS. A very useful Trap; Set Harness; about 20 dozen Strong Fencing Poles a quantity of Barb and Net Wire Forks, Rakes and other useful Tools; Dairy Utensils and Part of Household Furniture. Also about 12 LARGE MOWS WHITE OATS. The following, being the Property of Mr Henry, Ffyoon-caradog, will be included in the Sale, viz:- Barren Cow; Yearling Bullock: Heifer Calf, and about 40 Turkeys. Sale to commence punctually at 2 ovlock. Sale to commence punctually at 2 ovlock. Three Months Credit will-he gIT40 purcbfillers of £3 and upwards, subject to the usual conditions, or a discount of 3d. in the ;& f will be allowed for cash. a400 I IN THE RHKIDOL VALLEY. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES FOB DISPOSAL MESSRS. DANIEL I. REE3 & EVANS c are favoured with instructions to ofTer i0BKH^WYU^Q„a" H°TtU Monday, September 22nd, 1919, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of Sale to be then read or produced, the following desirable Freehold Properties. situate in the Rheidol Valley, about 8 miles from the Town of Aberystwyth, viz. LOT1. All that Desirable Dwelling House with about 0 Acres of Grazing Land belonging thereto, known as PENFFRWD," now in the occupation of Mr. Edward Jenkins. as yearly tenant. LOT 2. The Cottage and Orchard near to the above, known as "TANBERTH," in the occupation of Mr David Morsan* as yearly tenant. 8 LOT 3. A similar Cottage and Orchard, known as TANRALLT," in the occupation of Mist Elizabeth Jenkins, as yearly tenant. These Properties are most conveniently situate on the roadside on the banks of the Rheidol, near to the Famous Rheidol Falls, which in the Summer beason are visited by hundreds of tourists and others, and afford, excellent opportunist, for profitable eaterings and with the contemplated Electrical Schem in the Valley, the value of the properties in the near viciuity will be greatly enhanced. For further particular*, apply to the AUC- jTIONEKKS, 4, Baker titreet, Aberystwvth or Messrs. ROBERTS & EVANjj, Solicitors' Aberystwyth. a399 On the CARDIGAN COAST ABERYSTWYTH. SALE OF EXTENSIVE PREMISES SUIT- ABLE FOR A FACTORY. MOTOR GARAGE, OR PUBLIC BUILDING. ]\^TESSRS. DANIEL I REES AND EVANS will offer for Sale by Public Auction (unvsss previously disposed of by Private Treaty), at the Lion Royal Hotel, Aboryst- wyth, on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1919, 3 o clock in tho Afternoon, subject to such Conditions of Sale fls may be then read or produced, all those very Substantially Erected and Extensive Premises known as The Old Slate Works Situate in Cambrian-street, Aberystwyth, held under a leaae from t.he Corporation of Aber- ystwyih, having an UNEXPIRED TERM OF 49 years from the 12th day of November next. a", the low Ground Rent of 24 17s. 4d. per annum. The Premises occupy a. central position in the town and are in close proximity to the Grea1; Western and Cambrian Railways Stations. They are most substantially built and have a from a age of about 86 feet, to Cam- brian-street, with a depth of about 55 feet. On the Ground Floor are 2 Spacious Work- shops or Warehouses. whh Store Rooms; and on the First Floor a very Large Workshop or. Store Room, measuring about 84 feet by 55 feet, with 2 Offices and w.c. Vacant possession will be given For fur <her pariculars and permits to view apply to the AUCTIONEERS, or to Messrs. JOSEPH DAVIES and SON, Solicitors, all of 4, Baker-street, Aberystwyth. a347 Devil's Bridge Sales. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1919, Great Annual Sale of Mountain Ewes, Wethers, and Lambs, Also Cattle. Farmers are earnestly requested to send their Entries in early so that Buyers may be advised in good time. Daniel I. Rees and Evans, al98 AUCTIONEERS. 8AL. BY AtlCTMH. PENYGRAIG FARM, BORTH. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1919, Sale of Crops comprising 20 Mows Wheat, 40 „ Barley, 30 „ Brown Oats, go „ White Oats. Sale at 2-30 p.m. TERMS CASH DANIEL L lEES AND EVANS. a401 TANYCASTELL, Within Two Miles of Aberystwyth. IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL DISPERSION J SALE. I MESSRS. DANIEL I REES AND EVANS are favoured with instructions from Mr. David Lloyd (who is retiring), to conduct the above highly-important Sale, on THCJRgbAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1919. The Sale will include— 85 HEAD OF CRQSS BRED CATTLE, Comprising about 40 Excellent Dairy Cows, Milehing and in Calf Heifers, and Steers and Calves. 10 VALUABLE DRAUGHT HORSES AND COLTS. 120 WELSH EWES AND A NUMBER OF LAMBS. The whole of the Modern Implements, Dairy UteBgils, and part of Household Furniture. Sqie to commence at 11 o'clock prompt. Terms—CASH. Catalogues are in course of preparation and may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their OiSep^i, 4, Baker-street. Aberystwyth or of Mr DaVid Lloyd, on the Farm Refreshments will be provided by Mr D. i ,reVlotdaJe at reasonable charges. a364 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 Fa>rm«rs' Union, I TypESSRS. DANIEL I. REES AND EVANS will conduct the above on j On MONDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1919, when the following PRIZES will be given, viz.: 1st Prize. 2nd Prize. £ s d £ a d. For the ]Best C-alt Foal 2 0 0 1 0 0 For the Best Filly Fcal .2 0 0 1 0 0 For the Highest Price Yearling 1 10 0 015 0 Far the Highest Price 2-d and upwards 1 10 0 0 15 0 Entries to be in hand not later than Mon- r day September 29th, in order that buyers may be advised in good time. Compebent Judges will be appointed. Judging will commence at 10-30. Sale at 11-30. a317 I ABERYSTWYTH. TO INVESTORS AND OTHERS. FOR DISPOSAL BY PRIVATE TREATY I The following VALUABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING SOUSES AND BUSINESS PREMISES. Centrally Situated in the Town, viz. Nos. 8, 10, and 12, Chalybeate-street. Nos. 2, 4, 6 and 8, Cambrian-place. Either as a whole or in Separate Lots. ipply to Messrs REES and EVANS, Estate Agaits, Aberystwyth. a349 TO BB SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY. "Tynywern" &mute of Nantyronen Station On rhe Devil's Bridge Railway comprising a recently-built substantial Dwelling House eon*<ainin/gr Kitchen, Parlour. Buck Kitchen, 3 larize Bedrooms, Cow House 14 t.iek), Barn. Fovl House, together with about 14 Acres of Productive grazing land, of which about 6 Acres ate planted with Larch Trees of8 Years Growth and artf most promi.-ing. This is an ?de«l S*««ll Holding, with good Buildings, •Tijjle Wa'er. and most conveniently situated. Possession may be bad on the 29th September loit. Ibrther Particulars may be obtained from Messrs REES & EVANS, Sstate Agents. Abttystwyth, or from Mrs RICHARDS, Pezuwchfawr, Aberystwyth. a398 ..Ll MORRIS. MARSHALL, AND POOLE Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, and Arbitrators. PERIODICAL SALES of STOCK conducted at Montgomery, Welshpool, Caersws. DiahaVe Castle, Westbury, Berriew, Newtowo Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaes Road, Llanfair Caer eision, Llanbadarn, Craven Arms, Ludlow. (Sfrrch Stretton, Knighton, Tewyn Sonthly Horse Sales at Montgomery shir* ir.1.1.. t .he most careful attention Is given to Salei of Agricultural Stock, Estate and iiouoe Pro- perty, Timber and Antique Furniture. k Speciality 18 made of Valuations and Arbitrations of every description. lead Offices: Chirbury, Shropshire. 1.821 CEMMAES ROAD. ANNUAL SALE OF Improving Stock Ewes, Wethers and Lambs, Ox THURSDAY NEXT. SEPTEMBER 18th COMMENCING AT 12 O'CLOCK. Ftrtherestrly entriei; solicited. MORRIS. MARSHALLL AND POOLE. .407 Auctioneers BARMOUTH AND DISTRICT. Peacock, Bolton & Co., Partners: G Peacock. W. H. Bolton. Auctioneers, Valuers, House & Estate Agents. I I Oales of Property & Household Furniture. etc., promptly attended to. kpply. OFFICES, JUBILEE ROAD, BARMOUTH. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. BRONMEIRION, ARTHOG (Owing to House having been sold). UTESSRS PEACOCK, BOLTON, and CO. (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 iFurniture and China. Send for Catalogue PEACOCK, BOLTON, and CO., Jubilee-road Barmouth. CARDIGANSHIRE. PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. TO BE SOLD early in October, unless pre- viously disposed of, all that Freehold Farm caUed PERTHYGWENIN, in the Parishes of Uansantffread and Llanrhystyd, comprising 114 ACRES, or thereabouts, of good Grazing and Arable Land, and well supplied by the river Perris with water. Commodious DWELLING HOUSE and ample Outbuildings, all in excellent state of repair. For further particulars, apply to Morgan, The ørorn, Llanon.$319 I LE8 BY MICTWI. ———— J. FUGIEE & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ESTATE AGENTS. Sales and Valuation will be uiudertaken of ail kinds of PROPERTY, FARMING STOCK. FURNITURE, ETC, 1 upon reasonable terms with Prompt Settlement OfBee Opened DAILY at CENTRAL CHAM- BBR8. Great Darkgate htreet, A be ry at wyth. 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, Brynjlys, Borth October 2nd. Lletyllwyd, Talybcnt. October 8th, Pant Mawr, Aberifrwd. 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, haive received instructions to Sell bv Auction at the LION ROYAL HOTEL. ABERYSTWYTH, I On 29th SEPTEMBER, 1919, at 2.30 in the afternoon precisely, subject to conditions of Sale then to be produced, as foUove:— [ ABERYSTWYTH Lot I.-THE TALBOT HOTEL. MARKET- STREET, and Stables, Little Darkgate-street. Freehold. Lot 2.—The Old-Established Business of I 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, lionj Leasehold. I Lot # §.—THE NAGS HEAD, BRIDGE- STREET, with Workshop into High-street. Freehold. I Lot 7.—THE BOARS HEAD. Short Lease- lkma Lot B.-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. r 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. Pt.gh and Thomas, Auctioneers, AOcI- ystwyth; or Alfred W. Dando and Co., Auc- tioneers, Dudley. a247 4 BPDn/TPTJV SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. JOHN PUGH has been instructed b -"■A- the Personal Representative of the late Captain Enoch Lewis to Sell by Public Auction, at the Dovey Hotel, Aberdovey, On TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, 1919, At 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the following Valuable Freehold Properties f LOT 1, PENTRE.—A commodious Dwelling House overlooking the Estuary and being situa/te in Penhelig-terrace, with the following accommodation :—2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Scullery, Larder, Yard, and Offices, 5 Bedrooms, Bath Room, Back Entrance. LOT 2, No. 11, NANTIESYN TERRACE, with following AccommodationParlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen. 3 Bedrooms, Bath Room Box Room. with Garden at back. LOT 3, No. 12, NANTIESYN TERRACE, wiMi the following accommodation :-Parl our, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 3, Bedrooms Box Koom, with Garden at Back. LOT 4 13, NANTIESYN TERRACE — Accommodation same as Lot 3. LOT 5.—14, NANTIESYN TERRACE.- Accommodation same as Let 2. 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, BUNGAiOW, 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 23rd SEPTEMBER, 1919. BRYNLLYS, Distant 1 Mile from Borth. Cardiganshire. Do. 1 Mile from Llandre, do. Highly Important Sale of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. PUGH & THOMAS have been 1/1 instructed by Richard James, Esq., J.P. (who is retiring), to Sell by Public Auction at the above on TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1919, 88 HEAD BLACK CATTLE Comprising 18 Cows close to Calving, Barren, 28 two year old Bullocks and Heifers, 25 Yearling Buliocks and Heifers, 15 Calves, Two year old Bull. 12 EXCELLENT HORSES- Shire Mare "Jolly," 151 hands. Good worker. Her Foal by Pendley Speculation'; Shire Mare Doll," 151 hands. Good worker. Her Colt Foal by Shire Mare "Madam." 16 hands. Good worker. Eligible for Stud Book. Her Finy Foal by 'Pondley Speculation,'eligible for Stud Book; Shire Mare "Lass," 16 bands, by 'Bayham Gallant., Eligible for Stud Book. Good worker; Shire Gelding "Lion," 16.2 hands, by 'Ivy Forest Chief. Good worker; Two year old Filly. 15.1 hands. Dam, 'Jollv' by 'Umbi-rslade General.' Good worker; Year- ling Colt. Dam, 'Madam' by 'Pendley Speculation'; Yearling Filly, Dam, 'Dolly by 'Pendley Speculation'; Aged Mare, 16 hinds, Good worker; Hackney Mare, 16 hands. Quiet to ride and drive; Ponv Mare 13 hands Quiet to ride and drive; Yearling Filly by Penwern Admiral. 100 Welsh Ewes and Lambs. 2 Sows close to farrow. 2 Strong Store Pigs. Modern Agricultural Implements. Harness and Saddlery. Contents of Dairy. Few pieces of Old Oak Furniture. Luncheon at 11 a.m. Sale to commence at 12 noon. Terms Cash. Catalogues on application to the- A UCTIONEERS, Great Darkgate Street a397 ABERYSTWYTH PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MESSRS PUGH & THOMAS have been i'JL favoured with instructions to Sell at a date to be specefied later the property known as Florence House, Borth. For futher particulars ap £ ly to the Auctioneers, Central Chambers, Aberystwvth alSl — I SALES BY AUCTION. CARDIGANSHIRE. CAERHEDYN. About 1 mile from Glandyfi Station. MESSRS. PUGH & THOMAS have been i'i. instructed 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, known as CAERHEDYN situate in the famous Llyfnast Valley, in the Parish of YbC11 borycoed, coiiiniQiug 225 Acres or thereabouts and in the occupation of Mr. John Lewis, a yearly tenant, at a reabnl of £86 log. The Farm is within easy reach of th* Market Town of Machynlitth, Rnd h*s the following accommodation:-Hall, Parlour, Kitchen, Bactt Kitchen, 5 Bedrooms and Box Room. The Ontbuildiiigs comprise, Cart House with Granary above, 2 Hay Barns. 2 stables with Loft over, Cow House Calf Kit, Cattle Shed and Hty Barn. The farm is very fertile and is watered frem a well, Ho stream, and also by the River Llyfnant, and it about equally divided into arable and pasture. It ir. adimirably situated for the carrying on of a catering business for visitors to the Llyfuaut V alley whp are extremely numerous in the Tourist lieoa.on. All standing Timber will be included in the sale. For further particulars, app'y to the Auc- tioneers, Grant Darkgate Street, Aber- ystwyth or to Messrs. FERRINGTON & JACJCSON, a378 Solicitors. Oswestry. CARDIGANSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANFIHANGEL CROYDDIN ISSA. Sale of a Very Desirable Farm and other Properties. MESSRS. PUGH & THOMAS will offer f-r sale at the LION OY AL HOTEL, Aberystwyth, on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 29tb, 1919, at 2 45 in the Afternoon (subject to condi- tions to be then read or produced), the following Properties LOT I-The Farm and Lands containing' 102 acres or thereaboats called PEND WCHFACH," now in the occupation of Mr John Davies as yearly tenant thereof. LOT 2-ThA Field or Close of Land called "GIBDDA," situate close to the Village of Llanfihangel-y Croyddin, containing 2 acres and 14 perches or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mrs Elizabeth Jones as yearly tenant thereof. LOT 3-The Two Dwelling Houses known as "TYMAWR," situate in the Village of LlanfihaDkel-y-Creuddyn. aforesaid, late in the occupation of Mr Hugh Hughes and now vacant. Farther Particulars may he obtained from Hugh Hughes. Esquire, Solicitor, or the Auctioneers, all of Aberystwyth. LLETYLLWYD. I li mi!(.s from Llandre Station and 1 mils from Taly bont. IMPORTANT MALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. MESSRS. PUGH & THOMAS have been favr ured With ins melons from the reprove-tatives of t e tat-e Mr. Richard Roberts to S. H by Public Auction, at the above, On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2n1, 1918, the whrde of the Farming Stock comprjg^ng 36 HEAD OF C ATTLE, viz: 12 Milchin* Cows 2 year-old Steerc 10 Yearlings, 2 Bulls 10 ClLlv, s. 5 HORSES. Mare wi h Foal. Aged M..r., 4 year o d Mare. Cob 1.! hands. Yearling. 500 SHEEP AND LAMBS. Modern Agricultural Implements. Dairy Utensils, about 25 tons Clover and Meadow Hay, 40 acres Wheat, Barley, Oats. Sale to commence at 11 a m. Terms Caah. For further particulars apply to the Auction eers, Great Darkgate street. Aberystwyth. a402 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TO BE SOLD. by Public Auction, by i Messrs PUGH & THOMAS. Craig-y-Deryn, Eglwysfach, Glandyfi. AT VICTORIA HOTEL, BORTH. Date and other particulars will appear litter. a4112 PENIEL FIELD, FESTINIOG. I I GREAT ANNUAL SALE OF SHEEP AND CATRLI. MR. JOHN DAVIES will Sell by Public Aact ion on Thursday, September 25th, 1919. 1500 Grand Welsh Breeding Ewes Direct from the Mountain, Strong Wethers: and Lambs. 100 Head of Cattle, Including Dairy Cows, Calving Heifers, Strong Bullocks and Heifers. Sale at 12 30 o'clock. Catalogues may be obtained from Mr. D; Lletv Fadog. Festiniog, or the ALCTIONEER, Blaenau Festiniog. n416 LLANBEDR, SMITHFIELD, MERIONETH Important Prize Show and Sale of Sbeep, mostly Welsh Mountain Ewes, from this renowned district, also Cattle. MR. JOHN DAVIES and MESSRS. HENRY PARRY It SONS Will Sell by Public Auction on Monday, September 22nd, 1919 (Fair Day). 1500 Grand Welsh Breeding Ewes Direct from the Mountain, Strong Wethers, and Lambs. 70 Head of Cattle, Inoluding Dairy Cows, Calving Heifers, Two and Three-year-old Bullocks in forward con- dition, and Heifers. Sale at 12.30 o'clock. Judging at il o'clock. Catalogues may be obtained from Mr. J. MORGAN JUNKS, Dinas, Llanbedr, or the AUCTIONEERS, Blaenau Festiniog, and Glanrafon, Carnarvon. n415 FELIN PERSON, LLANBADARN. SALE OF STOCK, CROP, ETC. MR E. R. DAVIES has been instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the above place On Thursday, September 18th, 1919, the following Stock, Crop, Etc., comprising of Large Rick of well-harvested Meadow Hay, 4 Nice Milking Cows (one due to calve September 8th another June 2nd); 1 Heifer (12 months old), Chaffcutter, Market Trap, Wheelbarrow, Cowties, Ladders, Wind- ows, SeveraJ 9-inch Drain Pipes, Stone flaggings. Hencoops Scaffolding planks, Forks, Shovels, Firewood, Manure Heap, etc., also part of the Household Furniture. Sale to Commence a 2-30 p.m. Credit on conditions on all sums above 10s. Auctioneers office, 28, Great Daikgate-street, Aberystwyth. "LES BY AUCTiQU. COOKE BROS & ROBERTS F.A.I., Etc., ——— j Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Acents. Land and Estate Agenu. and Fire Assessors. Offices: 28. Terrace-road (Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth); Telephone 3, also at Newtown and LUmdloeg. pl55 MONTGOMERYSHIRE AND RADNORSHIRE THE MOST IMPORTANT AND LARGEST SALES OF THE SEASON, 1919 t 40,000 IMPROVING KERRY HILL AND CROSS BRED SHEEP. flaegay, September l6th, at Kerry. 2,500 Kerry Hill Ewes,. Lambs, and Rams. Sale to commence at 11 a m 5^aY Septemb?r Llanidloes. ^500 Improving Cross-bred Ewes, Wethers. a Lambs. Sale to commence at 10-30 Sep^mber 18th, at Pantvdwr Rad- norrfHre. 6.000 Sound and Improving K^rry Ewes, Wethers, and Lambs. commence at 11 t m Tbu day, October 2nd, at Llanbrymmair. 4.000 Hardy Oross-bred and Welsh Ewn. Sale to commence at 10-30 a m Friday, October 3rd. at LlauidlOd. sluo Exceptionally Strong Welsh &ad Crow-bred Ewes. Sale to commence at 10-30 am nfTh^fbOVe SaoS afford <xcelIpnt opportunities of obtaining Sound a«d Improving Ewe £ Strong Lambs and Rams of tfee highest merit, direct from some of the best Sheep Farms in the Principality COOKB^BTtOS ^ESSBS- Mid VZ. R0B,8TS- KERRY, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. FRIDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 12th, In the Old Field, Kerry Village. The largest Sale of the you of IMPROVING KERRY HILL SHEEP Including 11 00° Hardy Young Stock Ewes, Wethen, and Lamb«, including 150 Registered Kerry DLS. m*r"'fr,m"" rS Sale to commence at 10-30 a.m. C-aWogues on af)l)lication to the Auctioneers. KKSSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Newtown. 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. MESSRS. fiOGKJE BROS. AND ROBERTS T V FAVOURED with instructions from Mr John Jones to offer for Sale at the LIO MOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, on Monday, September 15th, 1S19, ? ° c^oc^ afternoon (subject to COD* oitions 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 DweU- ing House, stone-built and alated, pleasantly situated with lawn in front. The Outbuildings are stone-built and slated and most conven- iently arranged, in an enclosed yard. The Machinery is driven by water power. There is a convenient Garden and Orchard. The Farm is in the occupation of Mr. B, C. Davies, as yearly tenant. The Property offers a number of choicei | Building Sites for Marine Residences for which there » abandomw deesastd. For further particulars and to view, apply to the Auctioneers at their Offices, Terrace- road, Abwyatwytb; -or Messrs. Roberts aatf Evans, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. a250 MID-WALES HORSE REPOSITORY. NEWTOWN. The Next Special PRIZE HORSE and GREAT ANNUAL FOAL SALE. Prizes, X135 (Including the CHALLENGE CUP, value 60 Guineas). will take place On Tuesday, September 30th, (Newtown Fair). For which early entries are solicited. Prize Schedules and Entry Forma on application to l- HALL WATERIDGE & OWEN, COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Offices :—High Street, Newtown. n419 ABERYSTWYTH. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. The Following Desirable Properties (1) All that Desirable FREEHOLD MARINE RESIDENCE, overlooking the Ba+, known as CASTELL BRYCHAN. Early possession. (2) Valuable BUILDING SITES adjoining CASTELL BRYCHAN. (3) All that Attractive FREEHOLD RESID- ENCE known as FELINDRE, standing in its own Grounds of about 1 Acre, situate in the Llanbadarn-road, witliin Ii Mile of the Town. (4) All that Commodious RESIDENCB known as CAERUSON, situate m the beet 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 ABERYSTWYTH. VALUABLE Freehold Properties r or bale by Auction at an EARLY DATE. 8 Well-built Residences, situate in SOUTH* ROAD, Aberystwyth. 18 Desirable Cottages, situate is RHEIDOL PLACE, Aberystwyth. For further particulars apply to Messrs. COOKE BROS, and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, and Messrs ROBERTS and EVANS, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. al90 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, AIR those TWO Commodious Residences Situate and known as Nos. 14 and 16. CAM- BRIAN PLACE, ABERYSTWYTH. • Theses Houses are substantially erected and in iirst-class condition. For further particulars apply to:- OOOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Aberystwyth. a298 WREXHA)(. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. TT^RANK LLOYD AND SONS invite entries A- for their Great Autumn Sales. Wedesday, October 1st.—Hunters, Harness Horses. Cobs, and Ponies. £20 Prises. Thursday, October 2nd.—Heavy Town, Lurry, and Van Horses. Twenty guineas, Best Town Horse, E10 Bes:, Pair; £10 Lurry Horse; CS Vanner Friday, October 3rd.—Pedigree Shires, 1, 2, and 3-year-olds and Shire Foals. Ll Best Colt Foal; £ 15 Filly Foal: C10 BI Mare or Filly; 27 3-year-old Gelding > Prize Lists and Entry Forms T Entries close Wednesday, September