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ESTABLISHED 1851. Wm. Dew & Son AND R. Arthur Jones, F.A.I. Auctioneers, Yalue re, Surveyors. BANGOR (Tel. 13). CONWAY (Tel. 29) Telegrams: DEWSON." SALES OF COUNTRY ESTATES Contents of Mansions, And Private Resideuces*. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire, and Anglesey Smith fields. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CARNARVONSHIRE and MERIONETHSHIRE PORTIONS OF THE HAFOD GARREGOG ESTATE. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. JM. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., will Sell by Public Auction at an early date, the Valu- able Farms, Small Holdings, Dwelling Houses, Etc., iii and aroand Beddgelert, Penrhyndeudraeth, Nantmor, Llanfrothen, Gam Dolbenmaen, Talaarnau, and Tydweiliog, Nevin. Plans and Particulars in due course of- Ifessrs. Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors. B&agor, or th* Offices of tlie Auctioneers, Ban- gor and Conway. PRKTJMTNARY 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. fHyfESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. JML 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- nomsea). BRITANNIA INN (now delicensed) and Cot- tage, both Freehold. The SHIP INN and Cottage, Freehold. The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the Com- am-eial Hotel. The LEASEHOLD INTEREST in the Glas- a". Hotel, Tremadoc. | Detailed Particulars and Conditions of Sale way be obtained f,om Messrs A. W. Dando and Co., 193, Wolverhkmpton-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. iXi. ARTHUR JONES are favoured with Instructions to Sell bv Public Auction (unless previously gold by Private Treaty) Valuable Freehold Farms known as TYN-Y-CWM. TAN-Y-BWLCH, TAN'RALLT, GWYNDY GEGGTN, GLA-NY- GORS, and HAFOD GWENLLIAN, extending to an area of 2,406 ACRES, or thereabouts. For an further particulars, apply to Mesrs. Berth, Kirk, and Co., Sclicitors, 15. Lord- ttreet. Liverpool; or to the Auctioneers, Ban- gor and Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF BEDDGELERT. TkjTESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. jTl 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 RUFFYDD ISA (OR GLAN-Y-GORS), extending to an area 2,000 ACRES or thereabouts, •tfcoate close to the picturesque Hamlet of Beddgelert; also a Plot of Building and Ac- commodation Land. near the County School, la 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 Conwav. *264 PRELIMINARY NlmcA. COUNTY OF DENBIGH About eight miles from Denbigh and Abergele. IMPORTANT SALE. OF THE GRAND FP-r HOLD RESIDENTIAL, SPORTING. AND AGRICULTURAL ESTATE OF Dyffryn Aled. having1 an area of 4,400 ACRES, or there- abouts. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. :1.n ARTHUR JONES will shortly offer the above Estate for Sale. For further Particulars apply, R. M. Thomas, Esq., Twining, Ruabon: Haro!d 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 OOLWYN BAY, LLANDDULAS, and RHYL. FMYRAESRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ;J*I. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I have been lljNGored with instructions to Sell by Public udioB.. at an early date, the following Im- Vxta* and Attractive I Agricultural Holdings JrWfc FFTNNONAU, SIRIOR HIR, TY'N TYDDYN UCHA BACH, BENAR VEEP, FBNYCOED, TYGWYN. FRON- BEN AFON, PENCEFN DU, HEN- Ø1IE.. De Bar fmdver particulars apply to Haro'd JEu»snJ\ FAIq. Agent, Gwrych Castle Estate Ahergele; or to tho Auctioneers, at theft Offirifts, Bangor and Conway. AT AN EARLY DATE. "OOTLYING PORTTONS OF THE PENRHYN ESTATE. IN THE LLEYN PENINSULA. Satisfies of Bodferin, Bryn Croes, Aberdaron, Llanfnelrhys. Rhiw. T.lansrvhf. Dolbenmaen. RS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R 24'L ARTHUR JONES have received instruc- tions from the Rieht Hon. Lord Penrhyn. to 5ffer for Sale by Public Auction at the Town Baf1. Pwllheli, the following noted 4wn FREEHOLD tt, culturaI Properties to an area of 1,050 Acres (or there- abouts) >-rt a. r. p. Ty Hen 129 1 2 Llaln-y-GwaJit 0 1 25 Bugelus Fawr 72 0 87 Plas Newvdd 248 0 7 Hendre Cenin 170 3 39 Hendre Cenin L' 185 1 13 Ty-Hwnt-ir-Mynydd Isa 123 2 23 Pant-vr-Einiog 121 1 0 For all further particulars, apply to Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors, Bangor, ud Carnarvon, or to the Offices of the Auc- tfUWi*, Baagor and Conway J GILLART AND SONS, 1 AUCTIONEERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS, and SURVEYORS, MACHYNLLETH. AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Grounct Rants, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber. Etc.. undertaken on moderate terms. VALUATIONS made for Estate Duty, Trans- fer, Mortgages, and other purposes. SURVEYS made and PLANS prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents collected. Property Owners advised in regard to the Provisional Valuations of their Properties under the Finance (1909-10) Act, 1910. Register of houses and lands to let, for Sale by Private Treaty. t980 FORTHCOMING SALES BY Messrs. Gillart and Sons. END OF SEPTEMBER—The Valuable FREE- HOLD FARMS. "ESGAIR," Llanbryn- mair, and "TYGWYN," Uwchygarreg; "TYCERRIG" (otherwise "Tvcerrie Bach'" Darowen: Two capital SHEEP- WALKS belonging to Cemmaesbychan Farm, near Cemmaes, comprising about 148 acres: also a number of useful COTTAGES at Machynlleth, and a QOT- TAGE and LAND at PennaL Further particulars in due course. CEFNGWEIRIOG, TALIESlN] MESSRS. GILLKRT & SONS are in- structed by Mr Robert Trioinas (who is leaving) to Sell by Auction, On MONDAY, 22nd SEPTEMBER, 1919, the whole of the LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, comprising 40 Head of Black Cattle, viz 9 Mitch Cows, Autumn and Spring Calvers, 6 two-year-old Bullocks. Po Barren Heifers, 6 Yearlings, 10 Calves, and a Bull Calf. 450 Welsh Mountain Sheep, consisting of 220 Ewes, 120 Laihbs, 100 Wethers, and 8 Rams. 5 Ve ryUseful FARM HORSES, including a Cart Mare (9 years), and a promising 3-year old Filly, b)th excellent workers Lj-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 Chain 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 condition* permitting, the CORN CROPS will be ihcluded in the Sale-approximately 32 Mows of White and Brown Oats and 16 Mows of Barley. Luncheon at 11. Sale at 12 noon. Terms Cash. n374 MACHYNLLETH SHEEP SALE. MESSRS. MORRIS and MARSHALL AND GILLART AND SONS wi,l held their ANNUAL SALE OF 2,500 DRAFT EWES On Wednesday, 24th September, 1919 fThe date of the old-established Machynlleth Sheep Fair). EPRRNIES ARE SOLICXTBD. n414 AELYDON, ABEttDOVEY. MESSRS GILLART & SONS have re- ceived instructions from Capt. Daniel Morgan (following upon the Sale of the above house) to sell by Auction, on the premises on THURSDAY, 25th SEPTEMBER, 1919, A quantity of substsntial Household Furniture Comprising a Dining-room Suite of nine pieces in American Leather, a handsome 5ft. Walnut Sideboard with bevelled mirror panels, Tall glazed Bookcase in Canary Pine, a sweet-toned Pianoforte (by Bishop), iron frame in good condition Inlaid Walnut Chimney Glass, serviceable Walnut Drawing Room Suite of le seven pieces in Saddlebag, pretty walnut Music Cabinet 2tiiis wide, comfortable Easy Chair, Walnut Overmantel with bevelled glass, Fenders, Fire Implements. Occasional Tables, and a quantity of Glass Ware. BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS. including a weli-made 3ft. dins. Suite with Glass door Wardrobe, brass and iron Double Bedsteads with Box and Wire Spring Mat- tresses, Iron Combination Single Bedsteads, Hair and Wool Overlays, a handsome Walnut Wardrobe with Glass door, white enamelled Bedroom Suite, Chest of Drawers, Dressing Glasses, Washstands, Tapestry Carpets Pictures, Toilet Ware Chair Bedstead, etc. Kit&en Utensils, Crockery, capital Clothes Afongle and Wringer, Gas Cooker 2 Lawn Mowers, and other items. On view Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at I o'clock. Terms Cash. n413 Important Preliminary Notice. COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. MESSRS GILLART AND SONS have 1Y1 received instructions from Sir W, W. Wynn, Bart, to offer for Sale by Auction, EARLY IN OCTOBER, Extensive Outlying Portions of the Wynnstay Estates, IN THE COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY, comprising RICH ACCOMMODATION FIELDS around Machynlleth; CHOICE FARMS in the Parishes of Penegoes and Darowen; A numherof LARGE SHEEPWALKS in the neighbourhood of Bugeilyn and Dylife tneother with nlm"rou.. UPLKND HOLD- INGS and SHEEPWALKS in the neighbour. hoods of Llanbrvnmair, Staylittle, and Llan- gurig. th" whole extending to an area of about 15,000 acres. Further particulars will be advertised in due course. n417 LLWYNGWRIL. TO LET. for the Winter months, a Fur wished House called Gwaatarigoed Lohaf, overlooking the Sea. The House (an old Farm Dvwellingl contains Granary Hall with fire olace. Dining Room, Kitchen, 2 Large Bedrooms and 9 smaller ones, Bathroom, W.C., and Linen Clonat.-For further pafticul-rs apply to Gillart & Sons, Estate Agents. Machynlleth. a373 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 18t,h. after which NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. Sale to commence at 11 o'clock. Schedules. Entry Forma, and Prize Lists can-be obtained of the Atictioneers- Caves & Messrs. Howell Thomas, St. MuY'14 Auction Mart, Carmarthen. s332 R. G. JONES, AUCTIONEER, CARNARVON. HXRLECFT MART. TUESDAY NEXT, SEPT. 16th ANNUAL SHEEP SALE 1 000 Healthy Ewes, Wethers Lambs, and a large number of Welsh Rams. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. Farther entries received by Mr. Robert Owen, Gorphwysfa, Harlech, or the Auc- tioneer, Carnarvon. Telephone 8G. n094 Established 1863 JOHN PRITCHARD & CO, (PARKER MACKENZIE, F.A.I.) Auctioneers, Surveyors, and Estate Agents. Head Office: BANGOR. Branch Office: LLANGEFNI. Sales br 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 Announceinent. MERIONETHSHIRE. Pengwern Estate. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO have been favoured with instructions to Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, a portion of the above well-known Estate, extending to an area of about 2,000 Acres, including the fine old Klizabethian Mansion known as PENGWERN HALL, and the Fully-licensed Premises known as the PEN- GWERN ARMS HOTEL, where the pro- perty will be offered. Solicitors, Messrs. B ircli, Cullimore and Co Chester Local Agent, R C. Jones, Esq., Cae'r Blaidd, Blaenau Festiniog. Further particulars in due course. n222 CARDIGANSHIRE. By Direction of Mrs. Arthur and Mrs Goring. CARDIGANSHIRE AND CARMARTHEN- SHIRE. THE FAMOUS DEVIL'S BRIDGE FALLS,, Jacob's Ladder, Robbers Cave, and important Woodland, near the Hafod Arms Hotel, 12 acres in extent. 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 Agricultural Holding of 74 acres. CARMARTHENSHIRE. 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 Seotember. at 2-30 D.m. Solicitors: Messrs Crawley and Co., 114a, Chance ry-lajie, London W.C. 2. Auctioneers: Messrs Knight, Frank, and Rutley, 20, Hanover-square, W., 1. BEDDGELERT. SALE OF A SMALL HOLDING. TO BE SOLE BY AUCTION BY MR H. ROBERTS at the SARACENS HEAD HOTEL, BEDDGELERT, on SATURDAY, SEPREMBER the 11th, 1919 At 2 o'clock, all that FREEHOLD FARM, citile I TY'NYCOED. Situated about a mile from Beddgelert, 14 Acres Oi thereabouts in extent with an excen- 1 sive frontage to the river Col wyn. Vacant possession willbi given on completion of purchase Farther particulars from Mrs Roberts on the premises, or the Auctioneer at Portiundoc n37 j COUNTY OF MERIONETH. PARISHES OF LLANFAIR, LLANBEDR, ETC. Sale of Valuable Freehold Farms, Small Hold- ings, and Accommodation Land. MR. HENRY ROBERTS, PorSmadoc, has 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, situate in the Parishes of Llanfair and Llanbedr. Merioneth- shire, known as:— GWERNEINION FARM comprising about 186 acres in the occupation of Mrs. E. Jones. MAESYRAELFOR FARM comprising about 106 -acres in the occupation of Mr. Jones. PENYGARTH UCHA (Small Holding) part of Gwerneinion with about 3 roods and 3 perches of land. PENYGARTH ISA (Small Holding) comprising about 12 acres in the occupation of Mr J. Pugh. MEADOWS near Village of Llanbedr, about 5 acres, in the occupa 'ion of Mr Evans. acres, in the occupa ion of Mr Evans. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Jones and Jones, Solicitors, Portmadoc, or to I 'he Auctioneer Mr Henry Roberts, Pensyfloe, Portmadoc. n255 CRICCIETH.-To be sold by auction by Mr. J Henry Roberts, at the White Lion Hotel, on Thursday, September 25th, 1919, at 2-30 p.m., a spacious Dwelling House, 28, Marine- terrace, standing in a commanding position in thorough good repair and with all up-to-date conveniences. A rare opportunity of acquiring a good house at pre-war price.-Particulars from Mr. Wliliams. Glanis'wyn, Criocieth or the Auctioneer, at Portmadoc. n393 COUNTY OF MERIONETH. PARISH OF LLANFROTHEN. SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS. R. PARRY & SON are in- structed to Sell by Public Auction at, THE SPORTSMAN HOTEL. PORTMADOC, On Thursday, the 25th day of Sept. 1919, At 2 p.m. o'clock, subject to conditions to be there and then read, THREE FREEHOLD FARMS Situate in the Parish of Llitnfrothen, namely: LOT 1. All that Freehold Holding known as TY'NYDDOL, comprising 9 acres, 33 perches, of productive land with almost new House, haviug the following accommodation Parlour, 2 Kitchens, Dairy, Pantry, and 5 Bedrooms The Outbuildings are ample and in perfi-ct condition, with abundant supply of water and a good road leading to the property, forming an ideal holding. In all probability, a good lode of lead runs through the lot. Tenant, Mr D. Parry LOT 2. All that Freehold Farm known a. I OGO LLECHRWYN, comprising 152 acres, 2 roods, 18 perches or thereabouts, with good House and Out- buildings. The Land is noted for grazing purposes, with good arable, meadow land, and sheep grazing hill, and situate within 1^ miles of Tanybwlch Station, Festiniog Railway, making it a desirable holding in every respect, now in the occupation of Mr. Ephraiin Williams. LOT 3. All that Freehold Farm known as OGORONWY, in the occupation of Mr. Abner Hughes, com- prising 13 acres, 3 roods, 11 perches or there- abouts of productive land, with a new House and ample Outbuildings. The Land is noted for grazing purposes and milk production. There is water power for chaffing and churning purposes. This lot commands good views Further particulars can be obtained of Mr John Humphreys (Jones & Jones), Solicitor Portmadoc, or of the Auctioneers, 6, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. n382 Telet)hone-I.ondon Wall 45 Bankers: Telegran1-F.xndum Ald.. London. Barclay's Bank. C.des-A.B.C.5th Edition & Private. Ltd. A. STITOHEN, 140a, Commercial Street, London, E.I. MIUTARY AND CIVILIAN SECOND-HAND CLOTHING CONTRACTORS. Largest stocks in London. Lowest prices. Enquiries Solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Please write for price lists and particulars. I Pawnbrokers and Small (dealers supplied. SALE OF HORSES. QUEENS YARD, ABERYSTWYTH. Important and Unreaerved Sal* of Draught Horsea, Vanners, Pit Horses, Cobs, Ponies, Traps and Harness. Owing to the above stables being converted into a Garage, Messrs. E. R. LLOYD & HERBERT Have received instructions from Mr E. D. Jones to Sell by Public Auction On WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1919 (Half-yearly Horse Fair) the lollowiull:- 4 DRAUGHT HORSES, 5 years old. 5 VANNJSRS. 5 and 6 years old. 3 PIT HORSES, 5 yearll old. 15 COBS and PONIES, 5 and years old. 1 Gig, 2 Dog Carts, 1 Governess Car, Severa Sets of Harness, Saddles, Bridles, etc. TERMS CASH. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. sharp. a396 1FFYNONE HOME FARM, BONCATH rilGHLY IMPORTANT SALE A £ the entire Herd of Fashionable x SCOTCH SHORTHORNS of the choicest breeding, the property of the Executors of the late J. V. Colby, and coniprising- 35 COWS, HEIFERS. BULLS ASP BULL CALVES. I Will be held at the above place on WEDNES- DAY, SEPTEMBER 24th 1919. Auctioneers-LLOYD AND THOMAS and JOHN FRANCIS & SON, Carmartfisn. There will also be sold a quantity of valuable Harnesss and Saddlery. Catalogues may be obtained of Mr W. SPARK, Ffynon Home Farm, Boncath, or of the AUCTIONEERS. s391 TOWN OF TREGARON. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS. E. R. LLOYD & HERBERT it have received instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the TALBOT HOTEL, TREGARON, On Tuesday, September 30th, '1919, at 2 p.m. All that very desirable Freehold Property Including the fully licensed (Six Days) premises known as THE LION HOTEL, Situate in Dewi Road, having a frontage of about 100 ft. The house is well built. three stories in height and containin o I ifIthe top floor 3 bedrooms, on the first floor 5 bed- rooms, on the ground floor dining room, sitting room, bar, Kitchen. There is a large and productive garden in the rear and also on the south side there are 3 stables of 10 stalls, coach house, etc., with lofts over. The premises are now in the occupation of Mr. John Williams as yearly tenant. This property is very convenient, being within a short distant of the Square and the outbuildings could easily be transformed into a garage. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Noddfa, Llangybi, and Coed- mawr, Llanio Road. September 10th. 1919. s4tO TO BE SOLD IN OCTOBER, UNLESS OTHERWISE DISPOSED 9F. Hendre Farm, CILCENNIN, CILIA U AERON. About 84 acres of Land, Buildings, modern and in good repair, good water supply, with Fields adjoining tho Faxm and close to tho rillage. Suitable Building Sites. Also the White Hall Inn, (Liceiised Premises) on the main road, in tho Village of Llanon, with Stable ajid Chaff Room adjoining. For further particulars apply to Mr J. L. Rowlands, Pantanamiwg, Llanon, Cardigan- shire. s366 Tregaron County School FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Headmaster: G. T. LEWIS, M.A., Assisted by a Staff of Competent Teachers. 11 \HIS SCHOOL has been sleeted by the Board of Education for an Advanced Course in Modern Studies, and is the only School in Cardiganshire to be BO chosea,. The Advanced Course is under the chugo of S. M. POWELL, M.A., and JOHN LLOYD, M.A. (late of Barmouth County SchootL Special facilities for Domestic SubJects- Cookery, Laundry Work, and Needlework, and a bias in favour of Rural Subjects to suit boys who intend returning to the Farm. Good opportunities for vocal and instru- mental music—Music teacher, J. T. REES, MM. Bac. The School was placed among the "irst six j in Wales by the Inspector of Music under the Central Welsh Board. Special successes during the last twelve months:—1st Student in Wales and top soholar entering U.C.W. in 1918; one A.L.C.M. diploma in music; one honours advanced senior and four senior (three in the first class). School Fees, 24 a year. Scholarships and bursaries are available, and good grants are given to those eligible for the Advanced Cteurae. School re-opens on September 22nd, 1919. For further information anply to the Clerk- Morgan Morgan, Neuadd, Tregaron. COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT OE ABERAYRON. AUDIT OF ACCOUNTS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it copy Á of the Accounts duly made u and balanced, together with all Account Books, Deed. Contracts, Accounts, Vouchers and Receipts mentioned or referred to ilt such Accounts will on the 10th day of September, 1919, be deposited in the,office of the Govern- ing Body of the above.named County School District, and be open beiweefi the hobrs of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to the inspection tof all persons interested until the 24th day of September 1919. And that pn the 24th day of September 1919 at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, J. E. Pugh-Jvones, Esq, District Auditor. will attend at the Board Room of the Guardians, Aber- ayron, to audit the said Accounts for thP year ended 31st March. 1919. Dated this 1st dav of September, 1919. DANIEL JENKINS. Clerk to the said Governing Bcdy. 4, Greenland Terrace, Aberayron. s362 THE ESPLANADE, CRICCIETH, NORTH WALES FOR SALE BY TENDER. TENDERS are invited for a'l in- clnd> d in the f >ur B adding (5 storeyed) L-itoa*ed on I h-i Eep anad*. Cri, cioh, compris;ng-Conct-ete w.lI. partitions hack- work, c upeotry and j- inery "°' k. intituling windows, floors,»t-irs, «kyl;ghts. lifts, flooring, joists, standard', g rder«, and nil other iron work, p nmbing and Ban. tary fibtfngs, lead, g'azi g, i onmongory, r.vngts, mantel*, etc. The purchaser ia to dismantle and fetnove all th.. m"teriah at hi. en risk and todocaoliph thf) t amrs e. to fill up the Baa ment to the ground IlrhCi level, and t J leave cle4r and idy the whole site t the completion. Perm asion to insp ct the prop-rty ;&-i be obtained upon application to George Bevill, Esq, Fstite Office, Cricei-th. Tenders are to be delivere(I (gea)gd and Endtrsad) to tIe and rsigoed not lafr than 3rd October, 1919, and from whip) any further particulars or ioforzcaUon can be ob ained. O. MORRIS ROPERTS ft SON, M.9.A. Architects and Surveyors, C405 Portmaioo e NOTICE OF AUDIT. TREG ARON COU NTY SCHOOL DISTRICT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVRN thatacopy of the Accounts duly made up and balaneed together with all Acoounts, Books, Vouchers, De<da and Recelp s mentioned or. referred to in such Accounts of the above named County School District will on the 6th day of September. 1919, be deposited in the office of the said School District and will be open between the hours of 10 and 4 to the in- spection of all persons interested until the 27th day of September. 1919, and thatJ. E. Pughe Jones. Esq the District Auditor, will attend on the 27th day of September, at the hoar of eleven in the forenoon, at the Town Hall, Tregaron, to audit the accounts for the year ended March 31sa, 1919, of the said Trecaron County School District. BUted this 4th day of September, 1919. MORGAN MORGAN, Clerk to the Governors. 381 Borough of Aberystwyth. THE GREAT HALF-YEARLY HORSE FAIR THE SMITHFIELD, I WILL BE HELD ON ABERYSTWYTH, On Wednesday, Sept. 17th, 1919. LONDON JOINT CITY & MIDLAND BANK LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE: 5, THREADNEEDLE ST.. LONDON, E.C. 2. 30th June, 1919. Subscribed Capital A35,545,323 Uncalled Capital 27,256,250 Paid-up Capital 8,289,072 Reserve Fund e- 8,289,072 Deposits e- 371,054,600 Cash on Hand and Balance at Bank of England 79,426,772 Money at Call and at Short Notice 76,068,108 Investments and Bills of Exchange 96,304,613 Advanees 116,874,426 Advances on War Loans, 12,249,162 OVERSEAS BRANCH: 65 & 66, OLD BROAD STREET, E.C. 2. Specially {organised for ideveloping- British: Trade Abroad -a' r- ForeignJBanking- business i of every descriptionjundertaken* SALE! 5. N. 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/lli 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. Flannel and Wincette Nightdresses, all greatly reduced." Wool Jumpers & Wool Golf Coats—many at half usual prices. t I I SUMMER SALE. I S. N. COOKE, Ltd., S. N. COOKE, Ltd., 12, Pier Street, ABERYSTWYTH. MfiPTfiXT'Q B00T MAKERS- JLTJLV/n JL \J 11 Oy TERRACE B0AD, ABERYSTWYTH. GREAT BOOT BARGAINS. "DRYFOOT" BRAND. Every pair guaranteed Solid Leather. Nailed and without nails. Children's Boots from :ís. lid. Women's Boots, Glace or Heavy Leather from 14s. 6d. Boys' Boots from lis- 6d. Men's Boots from 18s. 6d. Gent's Chrome Derbys and Kip Derbys from 21s. I Ladies' Shoes, 18s. 6d., 21s. 6d., -22s. 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 cannot be repeated. REPAIRS WE ARE NOW ABLE to devote every Monday to Repairs for customers from the Country, so that they may take their Boots home on the same day. 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 » i 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. DICKS, Bank Place, Portmadoc. DICKS. 53, King Street, Carmarthen. DICKS, High Street, Pwllheli DICKS, High Street, Barmouth. DICKS,. High Street, Lampeter. DICKS, High Street, Festiniog. DICKS, High Street, Cardigan rhe things tnat men and women look for in choosing their Boots are excellence of design and fitting, good wearing quality, and reasonable- ness in price. Dicks meet these demands so completely that it will pay any man or woman to visit any of their Establishments. Along with their own well-known make, they are agents for the (K" Boots, "Lotus" and Delta Boots, Hold Fast and Dryfoot Brands. Try Dicks tor Boots and Shoes Boys, Girls and Children. —mmmm WELSH FLANNEL DEPOT. James McPherson & Son, Ladies & Gent's Tailors. z; Costumes and Suits made from the best materials, Smartly cut and well finished, Boy's Suits for all Ages. Write or Call for Samples when yoar orders will have our best attention. 50, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. PUBLIC NOTICES T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE tliat I shall not be responsible for any debts incurred by my wife Mrs. Amy Jones, Pretoria House, Ponmaesglas-road, Aberystwyth. Dated this 6th day of September, 1919 p4084 JAMES JONES. PORTMADOC COUNTY SCHOO WANTED. MVSIC TEACHER required for the School. Salary, £ 15 pd:- annum. For further particulars apply to the Clerk, or the Head- master, not later than the 27th inst. 20, Bank-place, To PAINTERS.-Tcnders are invited for painting the exterior of the IJarllenfa, Penparke.—For psvticulai-s apply to the under- mentioned on or before September 18th, 1919. E. do LLOYD, a408 Hon. Secretary. DOLGELLEY DISTRICT NURSING ASSOCIATION. APPLICATIONS ARE INVITED for the post of District Nuise. Applicants must have good knowledge of general nursing and hold C.M.B. Certificate. Salary, £100, inclusive. .Applications to be sent by September 17th to Mrs. Mil's. Brynbella, Dolgelley. p4086 CARNARVONSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. MADRYN CASTLE FARM SCHOOL A WINTER COURSE IN AGRICULTURE and Allied Subjects will commence at the above institution on October 14th, 1919. Inclusive fees: Carnarvonshire students, E15 for the 20 weeks course. Otho:- sturlents, E20. Full particulars and prospectus may be obtained from the Principal or from the Sec- reiarv, Education Offices, Carnarvon. n388 25, PIER STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. These Premises will shortly be Opened by Mrs. E. LONGLEY. Senr., With an ENT1RRLY NEW STOCK of the HIGHEST CLASS CONFECTIONERY. Having lost everything in the Hydro Fire, our firms have shuwn us special consideration in sendirg us supplies of their. Very Best Goods to enable us to start again, an i give our Customers every satisfaction. &395 Thursday and Friday next, September 18th and 10th, at 11 a.m. each day for cash, THK PAVILION CORWEN. GREAT UNKESEHVED SALE BY AUC- TION of. 100,000ft, of Valuable TIM. BRR, together with 1.500 CORRUGATED IRON SHEETS. Ac. used in the fitting up of the recent Eisteddfod Pavilion, by order of L. H. Woodhouse and Co. (of Nottingham), the contractors. The Iron and Timber, which is new, of first qnaliiy, and free from nails, will be offered in lots to tuit Colliery Owners, Estate Agents. Builders, Contractors Farmers and others. Catalogues (3d. each) on application to the Contractors, Pavilion, Corwen or to J. MAINWARINH, STAFFORD & Co., Auctioneers, Warrington. n379 Recent Events have shown the wisdom of adequate protection against the risks of FIRE Plate Glass Breakage. Accident to Employees, Motors, etc. Mr. JOHN LEWIS, Agent to the Leading Insurance -Companies is prepared to arrange sill classes of Insurance and invites enquiries from Business peopte and Private Residents, which will receive prompt attention. ADDRESS- 44, BRIDGE STREET, ABERYSTWYTH pi 116 CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Ltd. LIVERPOOL TO MONTREAL. Melita September 17th. Minnedosa October 3rd Scandinavian October 9th Metagama October 10th Melita October 17th GLASGOW TO MONTREAL. .Montcalm September 20th Scotian October 4th .Holbrook October 7th Corsican October 14th LONDON TO MONTREAL. Tunisian September 19th *Blattawa September 30th *\Vwr Peridot October 4th AVONMOUTH TO MONTREAL. Pre^rian September 23rd *Monmonth September 24th Sicilian September 30th. Sardinian October 1st. Pretorian October 31st. .Freight only. All sailings subject to change. For Freights or passage apply:— CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, Ltd E.G., 3, London, or Local Agents everywhere. Royal Liver Building, Liverpool; 14, Cockspur- street, S.W. 1, and 103, Leadenhall-street, E.C. 3, londra. CUNARD LINE. SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK. Mauretania Saturday September 20th *RoyaJ George Saturday September 20th Vauban Sailing date later. *Vift Halifax. LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. *Carinania i Saturday September 20th Orduna Saturday October 11th *Via Halifax. LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON Ikala (Freight only) Tixesdav. Sept. 23rd LONDON TO NEW YORK. *JCaronia Friday September 12th Indianola (Freight only) Saturday Sept. 13th Inkula (Freight only) .Saturday Sept 20th *Saxonia Saturday September 27th *Via Halifax. j:tVia Havre. LONDON TO BOSTON Verentia (Freight only) Wednesday October 1st LONDON TO PHILADELPHIA. Vennonia (Freight only) Saxurdav, Sept. 27th BRISTOL TO NEW YORK Vestalia (Freight onlv) Tuesday Sept. 30th BRISTOL TO BALTIMORE Doonholm (Freight onlv) Wed. Sept 17th BRISTOL TO PHILADELPHIA. Venusia (Freight on'y) .Sat., October 18th ROTTERDAM TO NEW YORK Anglo-Chilean (Feight only).Tues., Sept. 23rd ANTWERP TO NEW YORK NavaHno (Freight only) .Sat., Sept. 27th CUNARD LINE TO CANADA. LIVERPOOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. Canadian Ranger (Freight only) Fri., Sent 12th LONDON TO MONTREAL. Va.dulia (Freight only) Thurs., Sept. 18th Willaston (Freight onlv). Tuesday, Sept. 23rd BRISTOL TO MONTREAL. Velavia (Freight only) Monday, Sept 22nd All Canadian Sailings connect with Canadian National Railways. For rates of passage and further particulars, apply Cunard Line. Liverpool; 51. Bishopsgate, London, E.C. 2; 29-31, Cockspur-rtreet, Lon- don, S.W. 1; 65, Baldwin-street. Bristol; 18a, High-street, Cardiff; 117. New-«tre«t. Birming- ham- Maritime Chambers, Canute-road, South- ampton or to Local Agents. Goods Stored, Cash Advanced or Goods Bought Outright. 0 6 JOHN GIBSON, Auctioneer, Old Post Office Chambers ABERYSTWYTII, I Is fixing his Dates of Sale for the coming season. and will be glad to call on clients to suit their convenience. Prompt di Careful Attention to all Business. >- m mediate Settlements. COLISEUM, ABERYSTWYTH. Manager JENKIM HUMPHREYS. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, SEPTEMBER 11th. 12th. and 13th. ENORMOUS ATTRACTION J. H. SHAW & CO. presents the Famous Musical Comedy, THE Quaker Girl, A Musical Play in 3 acts by JAMES T. TANNER. Lyrics by Adrian Ross and Percy Greoubank Music by Lionel Monckton. From THE ADELPHI THEATRE. LONDON. a420 Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. SEPTEMBER 15th. 16th. and 17th KEITH KENNETH offers Baby Mine, London's Greatest Laughing Success, by MARGARET MAYO, Author of "Twin Beds" The Caste includes Miss BILLIE SINCLAIR who recently pliiyed for over twelve months the title role in A Little Bit of Fluff" at the Criterion Theatre, London. Supported by Mr. WILSON COLEMAN and an Exceptional Company. TIME AND PRICES AS USUAL- a42t —■, „ Royal Pier Pavilion, ABERYSTWYTH. Lessee and Manager Mr. J. F. YOUNCK Next Sunday, Sept. 14th, At 8-10 p.m. Grand Concert By the Famous' RHEIDOL UNITED CHOIR EIGHTY VOICES. Special Solos, Quartettes, Duets, etc., by Principal Members. BOOK YOUR SEATS NOW. Prices « 3/6. 2/4 and 1/3 (Including Tax). Doors open 7-30. Monday, September 15th, at 8, The Famous Entertainers The Vaudveillians." Wednesday Evening, September 17th, THE BIG NIGHT OF THE SEASON. Air. J. F. Younge's BENEFIT, A Gigantic Programme will be presented. For particulars see other announce- ments (bills). PLAN OF SEATS NOW READY p4112 Aberaeron, 1920. CYNHELIR EISTEDDFOD GADEIRIOL Canolbarth Ceredigion yn Aberaeron dydd Mercher. Awst 11th, 1920. Ceir manylion peIlach yn fuan. E. 0 JAMES. s295 E. W EVANS, Ysgrifenyddioa. SARON, LLANBADARN. Grand Eisteddfod Will be held at the above Chapel on Friday, November 7th, 1919.1) CHIEF ITICMS. Chief Choral: "Pa fodd y glanba" (Tom Price): Ladies' Choir: "Xlwyn Onn" (D. E Evans); Male Voice: Ser y boren" (Dr Protberoe); Part Song 44 Nant a' blodeuyn" (Trm Price). Prizes: Chiof Choral, A7; and other sub- stantial prizes. Programmes (2d. each, by post 2id.), will be ready in a few days and can he had from the Secretaries, Mr D. R WILLIAMS, Bilston House, Llanbadarn Mr D. EVANS, Isycoed, Llanbadam. THE MERIONETH COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. i A General Meeting Of the Society will bo held at Dolgellev ON Fair Day, September 20th, 1919, in the County Hall 8>; 1 o'clock which it is hoped will bo a full representative meeting. Owing to the suspansion of the Society's operations since 1914 many appointments musfe be made. On behalf of the Society, MAJOR RICHARDS, Caerynwch, Dolgelley. EDWARD COLLINSON, Ynysfechan, Arthog. The Show of the Season. THE 3ith ANNUAL SHOW OF the Edeyrnion Agricultural Society will be held at Corwen on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th. GRAND EXHIBITION OF HORSES. CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, DOGS, POULTRY, BUTTER Etc., Etc. GREAT LEAPING COMPETITIONS. OPEN AND LOCAL TROTTING TRIALS. NOTF,Entries close Saturday, Sept 6th. Secretary. FRANK OWEN. Corwen. n358 THE OINEMA ABRRYSTWYTH. Proprietor and Manager. A. Cheetbam Niqhtlv at 6-30 and 8-30 MATINEES, Mondays. Saturdays, at L >Vet Afternoons at 3. Our best advertisement is our own Screen. For Pictures and Projection. Good Wine needs no Bush. Programmes Changed Mondays ft Thuxsdajr