PREPAID SCALE Jloases to Let. Houses Wanted. Situations Wanted. tt Vacant. Apartments to he Let. Miscellaneous Wanted, Ai-ticles Lost and Found. Mo. of Onrt Three Six Nine Words Insertion Insertions Insertions Insertions* d. s. d. d. d. 81 1 3 2 6 4 0 5 0 I, 28 19 3 6 6 0 6 0 *5 23 46 60 70 12 29 56 70 80 49 3 3 6 6 8 0 9 0 al.b.- If Box Number Given, 3d. extra charged, for postage of reprl. Wedding presents, 2d. a line. Musical and other successes, 2/0 prepaid not anore than 5 lines, 6d. a line afterwards. SITUATIONS VACANT. A Good Cook General wanted, easy hours; liberal wages and outing3; fare paid for intermew.-Penhelig Arms Hotel, Aberdovey. p379 APPRENTICES WANTED for the Plumbing Trade; also for the Decorating Trade.— Watbrns, Plumber, etc., Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth. ;CARPEINTERS.-Good men wanted at once, Is. 8d. per hour.-R. Speake and Sons, Builders. Wolverhampton. p279 OTEL.-Wanted young person as Barmaid -nL and assist in household duties.- Apply Roya: Hotel, Barmouth. p393 MRS. LEONARD DAVIES requires a, second housemaid early in January. Please" state age, references, and wages, Caatell Deudraeth, Penrhyndeudraeth. p426 SMART Boy waited after Christmas.—Apply Steel, Cambrian Bindery, New Street, Aberystwyth. T¥\AILORS.—Wanted, a steady reliable man; Aberystwytb. T¥\AILORS.—Wanted, a steady reliable man; ■-»- constant work.—R. W. Jones, Ladies' and Cent's Tailor, Pwllhcli. p432 ANTED, immediately, General for smaJ- t TT family; one other maid kcpt.pply, Mrs. Ki-kby, Llwyngwril. p359 r«T|T ANTED.—An Experienced Gardener. iYT Apply personally, Lloyd, Pamtgwyn, Llanfarian, Aberystwyth. p351 WANTED, several smart young girls to learn W new industry; Enisfiing 12 o'clock Satur- days; good wages.—Apply, Old Bank, New- street, Abpi-ystwyth. WANTED a Good General for farmhouse; able to milk; good home to suitable person.—Mrs. G. Jenkins> Gelynog Fawr Farm, Pontypridd. p376 WANTED FELLMONGER, with knowledge of puering to sort pelts in South America. Must be abstainer. Free passage agreement term of years. Reply giving age and full particulars, salary wanted with copies of references to Parry and Roche, Ltd., Swansea. p375 WANTED, for winter months, experienced girl for housework—Apply, 9, MaTket- street (over Cinema). p419 WANTED, honest, reliable, i ousefcesper to working man, and attend to in\alid mother; two "in family.-Apply to D. M. Jones, Van-terrace, Van Mines, near Llanid- loes. p411 WANTED, office boy or girl for answering I telephone and general office work; good opportunity.—Apply. Box 345, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p392 WANTED, superior General; able to cook; lady and son; elderly preferred.—Mrs. App'ely. 161, Banks-road, West Kirby. p377 WANTED, immediately, housekeeper (Welsh), steady, reliable; good wages; no children; comfortable home.—Apply, J.O., c.o 4. Park-square, Blaenait Festiniog. p385 WANTED.—Two young ladies, one to assi<- cook in kitchen, and one for general "rv, Tiousework. If references satisfactory, will pay fares. Good wages, good ouiings, and a good home.—Barrell, Rose and Crown, Little Britain City of London. p392 v SITUATIONS WANTED. POSITION as Gardener required by an ex- perienced man; two or three hot-houses; "wife and one child; house wanted.—Address, Box 73, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberyst- wyth. p369 APARTMENTS WANTED. WANTED, winter apartments for two adu.ts and one ebild.Terms, with and without board by letter to Cinema, Market- street, Aberystwyth. p420 I HOUSES WANTED. — ——" LADY requires small house (unfurnished); or wou;d share furnished house cr %vould take six unfurnished rooms- —Apply, Box 77, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p418 WANT to purchase, Freehold House; 5 or 6 bedrooms; fairly modern; large gar- den; preference given to one having small plot grass land attached.—Box 44, Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. pl32 WANTED, furnished house or cottage de- T* tached (large), prvate family; every care taken of place; low rntal.-Box 78, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth p422 WANTED, at onca, unfurnished house suit- able for small maternity home; central position.—Apply, Matron, .Cambria Nursing Home, Aberystwyth. p421 TO BE LET OR SOLD. ABERYSTWYTH.—For sale by private treaty with immediate vacant posses- sion. the Commodious Boarding House known as "Penbrym." 55, Marine-terrace; 48 years lease; low ground rent of 10s 6d.; moderate price.-Apply, Rees and Evans, Houso Agents, Aberystwyth. A Commodious and convenient Country Smithy, at. Llwyngwril; the iron and tools to be purchased at a valuation.—Enquire with Mr. Owen Pugh, Glanaber, Llwyngwril; or Messrs. Gillart and Sons, Estate Agents, Machynlleth. p370 ORTMADOC.-TO let with )nmediate pos- session. Shop with Dwelling House 29, High-street, Portmadoc.—Apply, Williams, 161, Bedford-road, Bootee, Liverpool p435 SMITHY.—-To let at Pennal, the only Smithy C9 between Maebynlleth amd Aberdovey; im- mediate possession.—Apply, Hughes, 102, Ed- burton-avenue, Brighton. p415 mO BE SOLD. Four Freehold Cottages (partly dilapidated), with piece of land attached, in the village of Penybont, about a. mile from Llandre Station, and two miles from Borth; immediate possession.—Apply, Vicar, Crosswood, Aberystwyth. p424 TO LET, MAESMERDDYN FARM. in the Parish of Pentro Voelas; area, 223 acres; vacant, 25th March. 1920. This farm has a Sheepwalk on the Mountain with a limit of 500 s'heep.-For further particulate a.pply to George Bovill, Voelas Estate Office, Bettws-v- -coed. n694 TO IE LET Oil 'OL. FOR SALE, privately, Leasehold 9-roomed house 'in Wi-.iam-street — Apply, Box > "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p363 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY -38 and 39, MARINE TERRACE, Aberystwyth. Corporation Lease 46 years unexpired. GWund rent 15s.' eaoh house. Possession of 39 forthwith. Both houses in excellent condition; 39 form- erly occupied by Mr. Teviotdale. Also 14, Marine Terrace, Freehold, formerly occupied by the Misses Vaughan Rees, Lapidaries. This House is in perfect state of repair and fitted up with all modern conveniences, etc., etc. Possession forthwith.—Apply, Messrs Smith, Davies, and Co., Solicitors. a81c RPO LET, HAFOD-Y-GARREG FARM, in the Parish of Pentre Voelas; area, 253 acres; vacant, 25th March, 1920. This farm has a Sheepwalk. on the Mountain with a limit of 600 sheep.—For further particulars apply to George Bovill, Voelas Estate Office, Bettws-y- coed. n695 UIIB^WWIW 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 Chiropoditt;" 3, North-parade. Aberyst- wyth. pl290 DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James's-square, Aberyswyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zftnc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ships' Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare and Rabbit Skins, Rags. etc Best cash prices Piven IURNITURE RE-UPHOLSTERED. Loose J* Covers, Chairs, and Settees made to order. Upholstered goods bought and sold.- Clarke, Upholsterer, Sussex House, Prospect- street, p275 Tt/fciLQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want Wrought M and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla, Ropes, Ships' Canvas, etc Good prices given, any ouaatlty h830 MOLESKINS 105s. per 100. Rabbits, Hares, Foxes, Badgers, also wanted. Cash same day. Write for price list.—A J. Richfeld and Stone (1919), Limited, 112, New Oxford-.sA-cet, London, W.C. 1. p401 MOLESKINS, RabbiS, Fox, and all skins bought. Highest London market prices paid by return of post.—M. Gordon, 104, Branksome-road, London, S.W. 2 p3bb "Il/rOLESKINS WANTED— £ 5 per 100 fo itt best quality. Best Rabbit Skins, 9s. 6d. dozen. Hare Skins, Is. 6d. and Is. 9d. each. Cash same day.—<The Harpur Company, 60, Marnur-street, Bedford. MOLESKINS Wanted, 121s. 100 best winter clears. Write for list. No connection with other firms.-Cohen, 43, Downs-roads, Clapton, London, E.5. p436 WANTED.-Strong Pony, 5 years old. TT Height, 13 hands. Used to harness and road traffic.-Apply, WiUiam Roberts, Plas Hendre. Pwl;heli. p349 WANTED.—A second-hand Perambulator; W modern; good condition.—Apply, Box, 74, "Cambr'an News" Office, Aberystwyth. p382 WANTED.—Old Shabby Furnitmre to re- paint. Dressers, Settees made like new. Any wood or marble imitated. Charges moderate: satisfaction guaranteed.—Kitchin, Painter, Commins Coch, Aberystwyth. p388 WANTED TO BORROW.— £ 40 for 12 months; repay £ 50; good security. No moneylenders.—Apply Box 76, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. p404 WANTED, Ladies and Gents' left-off cloth- ing, boots, etc., good prices gnen; cash returned on receiving parcels; a postcard will roce vo prompt attention.—Mrs. M. E. Godd- ard, 5, Charles-street, Wrexham p412 WANTED, urgently, 100,000 dozen Rabbit Skins, 1.000 Tons Horse Hair. Household and Knacker Bones, 100 Tons Cocoa Butter (competition defied), state quantities; Buyer of Unsaleable Stocks, viz.: Damp Tea, Fermented Milk, Rancid Fats, Sardines, Chinchards, Bags Sacks, Syrup and other Barrels, Red Rangoon Beans, Unsaleable Peas, Saltfish, Herrings, Tea Lead, Scrap Metals of every description, Empty Cases, Carbide Tins. Waste Motor Oil. Offer me anything which appears nseless. Also all kinds mftc 'hinerv.-Ilhomaq Horton, Govern- mnt Cont^fpto'- 'Werthyr Tvfifil. p4168 or MOLESKINS. Million Skins wanted. £ 5 per 100 for best quality.—Gerrard, Furriers Edinburgh. p346 (VAA GUARANTEED.—999,999 Rabbit Skins wanted. Prices as follows: —Best Hares, 30s.; Best Tames, 25s.; Best Wilds, 16s.; Racks, 12s.; Suckers' Bits, 3s 6d. per dozen, subject Works Castings. Bankers, London City and M'dland. 'Phone, 265.- Thomas Horton, Government Contractor, Merthyr. p416 WAREHOUSE WANTED. WANTED, in AberystwytTi, w?.j dhouse suitable also for use as garage; ground floor bulding for storage of paper; easy access to street important.—Apply, stating terms, Wilson, c.o., "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. p420 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. BAGS, BAGS, BAGS.—-Why send to Bir- mingham when you can get all sizes of bags-sweet bags, chip bags, confectionery, knait, fruit, etc., etc., at lowest cut prices, from Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. Send us a postcard at our expense and travellers will oall with full range of samples. Prompt delivery is a feature. L'IARTI-IE.I;WARE.-Assorted Crate, E12 10s; -12A Lists and catalogue free.—The Regent Fine Art Pottery Co., Hanley Staffs. pll2 FOR SALE, close to Main Road, Two Setts OT mare large Spruce; 2g. averaging about twenty inches.—Appiy, Morgan, Fron, Pennal, "Machynlleth. p428 FOR SALE, Two-Seater Ford Car, with collapsible dicky; Bosch H.T. magneto; all tyres good condition; new spare outer; running order; any trial; what offers? Bex I id J)," "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth, nS40 1Q14. FORD TOURING CAR. in good running condition for sale. A'»so a Limousvne Body, to Qarry 7 and chauffeur; Limousvne Body, to Qarry 7 and chauffeur; in exce!lent condition. vhcap lor quicK saie. —Enquiries Saracen's Head Hotel, Beldgelert. GREY HAIR permanently and speedily re- stored to its original colour by using Harrison's Ha)'r Colour Restorer. It is not a dye, but by natural means acts as a restora- tive. Contains nothing injurious and is bene- ficial to the growth and beauty of the Hair. In bottles, price Is. 6d. postage, 6d. extra). Manufacturers, G. W. Harrison, Hair Special- ist, Reading. Agent foq Aberystwyth: W. Miall Jones, Cheinst, 33, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth. GYMNASTIC Apparatus for sale; boom, G rings, and rope; in good condition.- Apply, Box 79, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber- ystwyth. p437 "2,100 ECCS IN 41 MONTHS from 34 birds by using OVUM, Thorley's Poultry Spice." Sold by D. Roberts and Son, Shop Newyad, Portmadoc. p373 RATS, MICE, MOLES, COCKROACHES, and BEETLES greedily eat, Harrison's "Reliable" Rat Poison. Cats and dogs wll not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices, 6d., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. 8d. Postage, 2d. G. W. Harrison, Cbemikt, Read- ing. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Aberyst- wyth W. Miall Jones, Chemist, 33, Terrace- road, Aberystwyth. SPORTSMEN, Farmers, Horsemen, try OUT S splendid Yorkshire whipcord tweed; wears like leather; showarproof; 7 yards for 35s, Patterns free.—BRADFORD WOOLLEN CO., 39. Bradford. p312 BOLL TICKETS worded "Admission" or > priced threepence, fourpence, sixpence, eightpence, and a shilling; stock printings, 2s. Od. a thousand; special printings, 3s. Ed. a single thousand. Special prices for large quantities.-Cash with order, Cambrian News," Abervstwytli. "OVUM," THORLEY'S POULTRY SPICE has been the chief factor in my egg produc- tion," writes a user. SOld by E. P. Wynne and Son, Pharmacists, 7, Pier Street, Aberyst- wyth. p371 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing; also Blacks and Cross-bred Herefords.— f TRM-R. Cilw,-lvr- Fim. L'ane'Iy. p4003 THE MATCH SHORTAGE.—There is none at Lonsrley's. Our price for safety's or red tops is IOd. per dozen; 9s. 6d. per 12 dozen. -Longley's, Tobacconist, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth. p430 1QOf\ DIARIES—Call a" see our selecHon of pocket and office diaries for 1920 ind purchase before it, iq too lqre. Prices rnnp. ing from Is;, upwards:—"Cumbrian News*' Stores. Terrace-road, Aberystwyth, "5 PULLETS PRODUCE 273 ECCS in 3 winter months after using OVUM, Thorley's Poultry Spice." Sold by R. Le Lewis, Porthgwyn Stores, Towyn. r372 MISCELLANEOUS TO BE SOLD. ARTIFICIAL LEGS, Arms, Eyes, Crutches, A "Stieelless" Easifit Trusses, Ladies' Belts, actual makers of Ight-weight durable artificial jegs. Repaiis. Lists free. Daily, 10—6; Saturday, lQt—1. Tel. 1282.-Allen Pearce, 23, Charles-street, Cardiff. s833 TWO Mahogany Casos containing 88 drawers, glass knob;; suitable ciliemis-t; cheap.— Neal, Hairdresser, 31, Little Darkgate-street, Abarystwyth. p423 FELLED TIMBER.—Small quantity, suit- able for collieries (oak and ash) for sale; two miles from Penmaenpool Station.—Apply, R. Davies, Waen Fechan, Dolgelley. p381 POULTRY. I Thorley's Pig Powders, as simple remedies for ills in ygs are the best. Certain cure for Catarrh, Cramp, Constipation, Eczema, etc. p402 PULLETS and DUCKS, March, 1919, hatch, finest layers only 10s 6d each; £ 6 dozen. List breeds free, Hummell, Stratford, Essex. p266 Save Your Milk. Cooked Calf Meal rears strong, healthy Calves. p403 1!IØ8JIN TUITION. PITMAN'S SHORTHAND.—Thorough in- p struction. Beginners and improvers. Also Latin, Arithmetic, etc.—Address: Mr. Ravenhill, Ivy Cottage, Poplar-row, Aber- p344 HORTHAND.-All Pitman's Shorthand books and requisites. Special nibs, pencils, etc. All books, inaluding Rapid Course, sent by post same day as order received.— "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY.—We have this year sent out 150 students to perman- ent positions and are booking students to enter the College in January, and have only a few vacancies; so if you wish a wireless appoint- ment you had better enrol at once.—Apply, Wireless Training College, Limited, St. Mary- street, Cardiff or Castie-stireet, Swansea. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. Train Alterations Commencing December 1st, 1919t And until further notice, The 3-0 p.m. train from Aberystwyth wiH be retimed as under:- P.M. BORTH dep. 3 20 YNYSLAS 3 25 GLANDYFI 3 35 MACHYNLLETH 3 47 CEMMESROAD 3 57 Thence as advertised in Time Table. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, Dec. 1919, General Manager. -.a CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the SEVERAt STACKS of Well-harvested HAY, of the growth of 1919, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Rail- ways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— Station Estimated Weight. Station Estimated Weight. Criccieth 3! tons. Afon Wen 6 Tons. Abcrech 5-J, Tons. 2 For further particul-Lr-, -and to treat apply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry. Oswestry, December, 1919. :l> DAVID WHITE, Monumental Sculptor and Mason, Begs to announce that be has taken over the Basiness of Monumental Mason formerly carried on by the late Mr. ISAAC RKES. Maker of all kinds of Memorials in Marble, Granite, Slate and Stone. Coffin Plate Engraver Workshop RAILWAY YARD. Telegrams "David White, Aberystwyth." All communications to be addressed to- 13, POPLAR ROW, ABERYSTWYTH. MOLE SKINS. RABBIT SKINS. HARE SKINS. ALSO OTTER, FOX, AND BADGER SKINS. MILLIONS WANTED. RECORD PRICES; prompt payments. Wr'te, 'phone, or wire us before send- ing elsewhere. Your satisfaction our ambition. Note our only address:— R. WATSON and Co., The oldest and largest Cash Buyers in the World, NEWCASTLE STREET, LONDON, E.C. 4. Reference: Our Bankers, Lloyds Bank, Ltd., Lud&a.t.e Hill. E C, 4. Teleplione: Central, 5317." Xele.-rams Thacknien," London. Red Raff Guide. The current issue of this popular publication f. on sale at all Railway Book-stalls and lead- Ing Newsagents. The "LONDON TIME-TABLE and RED RAIL GUIDE" of 84. Kingsway. London, W.C. 2 extends to nearly 768 pages, and deals with over 4,000 railway stations, and as it is sold at One Shilling, the Publishers may fairly claim that it is the best and cheapest of information that is invaluable not only to Londoners but to all visitors to London, and altogether it is a surprising Shillings worth. d Messrs. JONES BROS. I Garage,'North Parade, ALeiystwyth. Will run a MOTOR SERVICE between ABERYSTWYTH AND ABERAYR0N DAILY. a.m p.m. Dept. Aberystwyth. 7-45 Arrive Aberayron 9-15 Dept. Aberayron 9-30 Arrive Aberystwyth.11-15 Dept. Aberystwyth. 4-13 Arrive Aberayron 6-15 Dept. Aberayron 6-30 Arrive Aberystwyth. 8-15 The Bus will Not Run on Tuesdays and Fridays. 1920 DIARIES, Pocket, Ladies' & Engagement Diaries, of all sizes, < AT Cambrian News Stores, ABERYSTWYTH. ) SALES BY AUCTION I r GILLART AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, VALUERS, and SURVEYCRS, MACHYNLLETH. AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Ground Rents, Furniture, Farming Stock, and Timber. Etc., undertaken Ion moderate termw. 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. ow = SALES BY MESSRS Diggory, Owen, & Evans, Gorwen, Bala, and Dolgelley. On TUESDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 23rd, at GYRN, LLANUWCHLLYN, important and attractive sale of 20 HEAD OF GRAND WELSH CATTLE. 2 HEAVY HORSES Grand selection of Modern Farming Imple- ments, Horse Gearing, and Dairy Utensils. Lunch at 11. Sale at 11.30 a.m. n845 DYFFRYN, MERIONETH DAVID PUGH LLOYD, in connection with Mr HENRY ROBERTS, Portmadoc, will Sell by Auction, VALUABLE FARMING STOCK In a Field close to the Station, On TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1919, CATTLE.—Cows near Calving, Barrens, Heifers, Builocks, and Yearlings. SHEEP.—Rams and Wethers. HORSES.—Useful Cart Horses, Strong Horses, rising 2, and Suckers. IMPLEMENTS.-Chaff cutter, Pulper, Spring Tooth Harrows, Hay Sledges and Barrows, 5- cwts. Mixed Wire Nails in 281b. Bags, 60 Pairs Plough and Leading Chains, Back Bands a: Cow Ties; also 6 Rolls Roofing Felt. STOCK.—About 6 Tons of Sweev Barley and Oat Straw, 2 Tons of Maizo Meal. GenuVne Old Oak Dresser, Etc., Etc. Sale to commence, 12-30. Barmouth and District. WALTER LLOYD JONES, AUCTIONEER VALUER HOUSE and ESTATE AGENT Valuations for Probate, Lire Stock Salesman. Sales of Household Furniture, etc. and Farm Stock conducted and pomptly cashed. Apply,Officm: King Edward-street and High atreet. Barmouth. tt-L CUNARD LINE. SOUTHAMPTON AND CHERBOURG TO NEW YORK. Imperat-or Saturday, Jam. 10th Mauretania Saturday, Jan. 31st Imperator Saturday, Feb. SOUTHAMPTON TO NEW YORK. *Royal George Tuesday, December 30th Royal George Wednesday, Feb. 4th Via Halifax UVEJtP"f., 111 ¡';W YORK Anglo-Chilean (Freight only) Sat., Dec. 20th *Carmania Wednesday, Jan .7th .Via Halifax. LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON Vardulia (Freight only) Saturday, Jan. 24th LIVERPOOL TO PHILADELPHIA. A Steaniei- LONDON TO NEW YORK. Glensanda (Freight only) Saturday, Dec. 20th -j-*Valacia (Fre'ght only) Saturday, Jan. 10th *Saxonia Thursday January 15th Via, Havre. Via Halifax. LONDON TO BOSTON Inkula (Freight only) .Sat., January 17th LONDON TO PHILADELPHIA. Verbania (Freight only). Saturday. Dec. 27th LONDON TO BALTIMORE. Copenhagen (Freight only) .Sat., Jan. 31st BRISTOL TO BALTIMORE Doonholm (Freight only) Sat. January 24th BRISTOL TO PHILADELPHIA. Doonholm (Freight only) Saturday, Jan. 24th ROTTERDAM TO NEW YORK Valacia (Freight only) Sat., Jan. 3rd ANTWERP TO NEW YORK Navarino (Freight only) Wed., Dec. 31st CUNARD LINE TO CANADA. SOUTHAMPTON TO HALIFAX. Royal George Tuesday, Dec. 30th Royal George Wednesday, Feb. 4th LIVERPOOL TO HALIFAX. Carmania Wed., Jan. th LONDON TO HALIFAX. t Valacia (Freight only) Sat., Jan. 10th Saxonia (Passengers only) .Thurs., Jan. 15th jVia Havre. LONDON TO PORTLAND Me. I Willaston (Freight only) Sat., Jan. 10th All Canadian Sailings connect with Canadian National Railways. For rates of passage and further particulars, apply Cunard Line, Liverpool; 51, Bishopegate, London. E.O. 2: 29-31. Cockat)ur-treet. Lon- don, S.W. 1; 98, Moslev-street, Manchester; 24, Charles-street, Bradford; 65, Baldwin. Now-strmt, Birmingham: Maritime Chambers, street, Bristol; 18a, High-street, Cardiff; 117, Southampton or to Local Agents. CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES Ltd. C.P.O.S. TO CANADA, UNITED STATES, AND THE ORIENT. LIVERPOOL TO ST. JOHN, N.B. Scandinavian December 17th Metagama December 27th Empress of Franco January 3rd GLASGOW TO ST. JOHN, N.B. Pretorian December 30th Sicilian January 17th i LONDON TO ST. JOHN, N.B. f Grampian January 6th Y Grampian February 12th I BRISTOL TO ST. JOHN, N.B. *Sardinian December 13th ANTWERP TO ST. JOHN, N.B. Tunisian December 11th Scotian December 18th SOUTHAMPTON TO ST. JOHN, N.B. Tunisian December 13th Scotian December 20th t Via Havre. ^Freight only. QUICKEST TIME ACROSS THE PACIFIC. Vancouver to Japan, 10 days; to China, 14 Days. For Passage or Freight, apply to:- Liverpool-Pier Head (Tel. 8690 Bank). London-14, Cockspur-sfcreet, S.W. 1 (8332 Ger- rard); 103, Leadenhall-street, E.C. 3 (4707 Avenue). Bristol—18, St. Augustine's-parade (Tel. 1836). Glasgow—25, Bothwell-street (Tel. 6601 Central) Dundec-88, Commercial-sbreet (Tel. 38, Dun- dee). Londonderry—50, Foyle-street; or local Agents. CANADIAN PACIFIC OCEAN SERVICES, Ltd The Majority of Advertisers want to take your money. My object is to GIVE YOU SOME. IF YOU HAVE ANY I OLD FURNITURE to dispose of I will buy it and give you utmost value in cash.—Write or call, A. E. HILL, 2a, Alexandra-road, Aberystwyth. p221 IALII my AVOTM. I DANIEL I. REES & EVANS r GKNSRAL AUCTIONBKHS AND V AWERS. HOCSB AND ESTATB A9BNTS, ETC. Pirompt PERSONAL attention given to all Business. OFITCBS (Open Dally): 4. Baker Street, Aberystwyth ABERYSTWYTH. TO BE SOLD by Auction On an early date (unless previously disposea of Sy Private Treaty), that desirable and commodious DWELLING HOUSE, known as Shamrock House, situate at comer of Alexandra-road and Elm Tree Avenue, containing 2 Large Reception Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, Bath Room (h. and c.), 2 W.Us., Kitehen, and osual Offices, Yard with j back entrance. Recently renovated through- out. Fifty-three years' Corporation Lease. Ground Rent, S4. Vacaat Possession. DANIEL 1. REES AND EVANS, a846 Auctieneers, Aberystwyth. Talybont Mart. i GRADING takes place EVERY THURSDAY from 10.30 to 12.30 o'clod^. REES and LVANS, "34WMF, t. REES and LVANS, a799 Auctioneers. BARMOUTH AND DISTRICT. Peacock, Bolton & Co., Partners: G Peacock, W-H. Bolt". Auctioneers, Valuers, House & Estate Agents. Sales of Property & Household Furniture, etc., promptly attended to. APPLY, OFFICES, JUBILEE ROAD, BARMOUTH. DON'T FORGET! TO VISIT THB Market Hall, Market St FOR REAL BARGAINS IN EARTHENWARE OPEN EVERY DAY. Special Low Prices to Hotel and Boarding House Proprietors pur- chasing large quantities. NOTE.—There will be a general advance on all China and Earthenware within the next two months. SO BUY NOW N.B,- THE TRADE SUPPLIED. I have a number of Crates containing Johnson's Ironstone China FOR SALE WHOLESALE ONLY Samples of these Crates are on view in the SHOWROOM: 23, LITTLE DARKGATE STREET. R. BOWMAN, Sunny Bank, Caergog, Aberystwyth. T. HODGSON (Chauffeur to Late D. Howell, "Cwm"), Begs to announce that he has a Wet-equipped Motor Car for Hire. Address: 4, TRINITY PLACE, Aberystwvth. pl51 Mr. DAVID H. GRIFFITHS, BUILDER, etc. (Lately Demobilised) will be pleased to execute any Carpentry or Joinery work. -UNDERTAKING A SPECIALITY.— Call or write 4, Glanrafon Terrace, Aberystwyth. Prompt attention will be given to all orders. RSOO Royal Pier Pavilion ABERYSTWYTH. For the first time in the annals of Theatricals in Aberystwyth. GRAND PRODUCTION OF A XMAS PANTOMIME J. F. YOUNGE will present the Greatest of all pantomimes, subject:- "DICK WHITTINGTON AND HIS CAT." prior to touring the prncipal and Towns in Wales. NEW AND MAGNIFICENT SCENEitY by the well known Scenic Artist, Oscar Vvhitten, Manchester. Gorgeous Costumes. All the' latest Musical Numbers by permission of leading publishers. A EVrst-C'asi Compare of Artittes. ARTHUR CARLTON (as the Dame); FPANK STANERT (as Jack Idle) Oat—CIIA.ILES WILSON. The World's All-round Champion Jumper and Atlil'eie. From t,he London Coliseum, Hippo- drome. and the Leading Theatres in America. The Greatest Cat, since the days \)f the Famous Lauri, of Drury Lane. A MUSICAL COMZDY CHfm n Full Orchestra under the direction of W. rORSTER. from the Grand Theatre, Cpecsl-aw. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24th, at 8 p.m. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 26th, at 8 p.m. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27th, at 8 p rn. Special Afternoon Performance FRIDAY. at 3 Children Half-Price to Mat.infe Only. Book your seats at Vigar's Music Ware- house. For Thursday, Friday, at; t e Pier. Prices—3s 6d.; 2s 4d; and Is 3d inquding tax. Early Doors 7-15; Ordinary Doors, 7.40. For Stationery. Newspapers, Periodi- cals, Tobaccos, Pipes and Fancy Goods, patronise EVANS' STORES, Corner of Chalybeate Street, And Support a Discharged Soldier. ja516 I NUl IT AUCTION ——- COOKE BROS & ROBERTS -F.A.I., Etc., ——— Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Insurance Agents, Land and Estate Agents, and Fire Assessors. Offices: 28, Terrace-road (Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth); Telephone 3, also at Newtown and Llanidloes. pjgg MID WALES HORSE REPOSITORY NEWTOWN. Special December Sale. PRIZES £60. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1919. Entries now being booked. COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS, HALL y WATERIDGE AND OWEN. Offices High-street^ Newtowa. n822 Mr. ROBERT G. JONES, F.A.I., Auctioneer, Valuer, and Land Agent, CARNARVON sales of Freehold and Leasehold Properties Furniture Machinery Etc.. undertaken. Valuations for all Purpoaeg. Agricultural Work a Speciality, Head Office: CastJe-square, Carnarvon; al. at Harlech Merionethshire n733 BARMOUTH COUNTY SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS. TUITION FEES— £ 4 10s. Od. per annum. Full particulars from Mr. E. D. JONES, M.A. (Headmaster); or R. LLEWELYN OWEN (Clerk). THE NORTH CARDIGANSHIRE CO OPERATIVE SOCIETY. (Under the Fiuspice,4 of the North Cardigan- shire Branches of National Farmers' Union). A Public Meeting WILL BE BKLD AT THE I LION HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, At 3 p. St. prompt, On Monday, December 29th, 1919, The following gentlemen will address the Meeting on behalf of he above Society Mr E H. JAMES, B A.. Provincial Director of the Agricultural Organising Society. Mr PHILLIPS, of the Agricaltural Organis. i.:g SoL hesy. Mr REES, of 'he Tregaron Cooperative Society, ani others. Farmers, Smallholders, nnd all ethers interested in the Co Operative Movement are Invited to attend, when hl1 opportunity will be given to enrol members. 8835 New Year's Eve. AN OLD-FASHIONED NEW YEAR'S PARTY Including Whist Drive (Prizes), Dancing, and Games Will be held at ST. MICHAEL'S PARISH HALL, On DECEMBER 31st, at 7-30 p.m. REFRESH3IENTS and TICKET, 3s. Doors Open, 7 p.m. Under the auspices of Aberystwyth-Women's National Unionist Association. a834 COLISEUM, ABERYSTWYTH. Great DRAMATIC PERFORMANCES'OF WELSH DRAMAS bv D. GWERNYDD MORGAN S Welsh National Drama Company. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27th, CYFRINACH Y FASGED FRWYN MONDAY, DECEMBER 29th, Ble Ma Fe The Fightm* Blood. Cadw Noswyl, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 31st, A GRAND DRAMATIC RECITAL By D. GWERNYDD MORGAN, Assisted by EOS LAIS, the Famour Boy Soprano National Winner, 1918; Also LLIXOS AMMA, Pennilhon Singer, 4 times National Eisteddfod Winner. SPECIAL MUSIC. STRING BAND. NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD VIOLINIST. Admission:—Circle and Stalls (Reserved), 3s; Balcony and Pit-stal s, 2s. 4d.; Pit and Gal- lery, Is. 3d. Doors open at 7. Commence at 7-30. Book Early at the Coliseum OHicc. COLISEUM, ABERYSTWYTH. EISTEDDFOD FLYNYDDOL RHAGFYR 26ain, 1919. Beirniaid: Cerddorjaeth: W. DUNN WILLIAMS, Isw., G- and L.T.S.C. Amrywiaeth D. GWERNYDD MORGAN, Ysw Llvwydd: JACK EDWARDS, Ysw. Arweinydd: Y Parch. CHARLES EVAXS, Ysbytty Cynfvn. Cyfeilvdd: Mr. G. STEPHEN EYASS, A.R.C.O Mynediad i Mown: 2s. 4d.; 2s.; Is. 3d. Y Cyfarfod i ddechreu am 6 p.m. Cynheli:- Blaenbrawf am 2 o'r glcch yn y Coliseum. Mvnediad i mewn, 8d. Ysgrifenydd: J. J. HUMPHREYS, Col seum, Aberystwyth. NOTICE. ST. PADARN HORTICULTURAL AND POULTRY SOCIETY will hold their Fourth Annual Show Of Garden Produce, Green Crops, Poultry, Cage Birds, Rabbits, and Dogs, On AUGUST 4th, 1920. Schedules of Prizes, etc., may be had from the Secretary on receipt of Id. stamp. R. DAVIES, Secretary, s828 Dolafan, Llanbadarn Fawr. THE OINEMA ABERYSTWYTH. Proprietor and Manager. A, Cheetham Nighti at 6-30 and 8-30 Mondays. Saturdays, at 3 Wet Afternoons at 3. Our best advertisement is our own Screen. For Pictures and Projection. Good Wine needs no Bush. Programmes Changed Mondays & Thursday t I SALES 8Y AUCTIO*. T PUGH & THOMAS AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS. ESTATE AGENI8 Sales ari Valuation will be undertaken' of a1) kind. Ci PROPERTY, FAK3f«NG SrOCK. FURNITUKS, ETC, upon reasonable terms with Prompt Settlement1 Office Opcotad DAILY at CENTRAL CHAM 8ERS, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. TOWN- OF ABERYSTWYTH. FOR SALE BY PRIVATETREATY. DESIRABLE Residential and Business Properties, computing: Lot I.-The" DEL, PRIVATE HOTEL, opposite tiie Band Stand on the Promen- I ade, extensive accommodation, every con- venience and in a good state of repair. Possession by arrangement. Lot 2.-Shcp amd Dwelling House opposite the Railway Station, known as THE RHEIDOL BOOT STORES. Up-to-date prenaise*, in commanding posit-oil for business pur- poses. Possession on completion of pur- chase. Lot 3.-Nos. 36, 28, 40, ajid 42 PORTLAND- ROAD. Substantially built Dwelling House, dressed stone exterior, kitchen on the ground floor, every convenience, near Gof Links, Promenade, and Shopping Centres (in one lot or separately). Posses- sion bv arrangement. LOT 4.-THREE COTTAGES, with Large Fertile Gardens, well stocked wit.h Fruit Trees. South aspect: within two mi'es of Aberystwyth, on a good road. Immediate possession (in one lot, or reparateIN). Apply tO JOSEPH DAYIES and SON, a829 Solicitors, Aberystwyth. PUBLIC NOTICES MACHYNLLETH URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. HOUSING OF THE WORKING CLASSES ACTS. THE COUNCIL invite applications for the nvivlntment of an Architect to prepare the necessr.rv plans and specifications for the erection of 15 Houses on part of Park Com- mon. The appointment will be subjccS to the approval of the Ministry of Health. Applications to be sent to the under- signed on or before Monday, 29th December, 1919. EDMUND GTLLART, n839 Clerk to the Council. ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY SCHOOL. OLD PUPILS' RE-UNION, 1919. LL Old Pupils of Aberystiwyth County School are urged to be present at the Re-tiiiion to be held at tho School oil Boxing Day, 26th December, 1919, at 6 p.m. As this will be the Peace Pe-Union. the Com- mittee earnestly desires that it should con- stitute a record for good attendance. Important matters relating to the Old Pupils' War Memorial arc to be discussed and decided at this gathering, which should give an additional reason for attending this year. The Old Pupils' War Memorial Committee takes this opportunity of reminding those who have failed to contribute towards the Memorial that subseripirons or promises of same should be sent in before Boxinsr Day it possible. NELLIE LLOYD. # J. MORRIS JONES, a825 Hon. Sees. ._u- j SALMON AND FRESH WATER FISHERIES ACTS, 1861-1896 DOVEY, MAWDDACH, AND GLASLYN FISHERY DISTRICT. Variations of Scale of Licence on Instruments Used for Fishing for Trout or Char, exclusively of Salmon. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that after the expiration of one month from the date hereof it is the intention of the Conservators of the above District to apply for the approval of the Secretary of State to the Scale of Licence Duty set out below. s d. For each and every Single Rod and Line for the Season 2 0 Dated the 5th dav of December. 1919. T. MARTIN WILLIAMS, I Chairman; J. JONES WILLIAMS, Dolgelley, n791 Clerk to the Board of Conservators. Tregaron County School FOR BOYS and GIRLS. Headmaster: G. T. LEWIS, M.A., Assisted by a Staff of Competent Teachers. THIS SCHOOL has been selected by the Board of Education for an Advanced Course in Modern Studies, and is the only School in Cardiganshire to be so chcren. Tho Advanced Course is under the charge of S. M. POWELL, M.A., and JOHN LLOYD, M.A. (late of Barmouth Ccuntv School). Special facilities for Domestic Subjects: Cookery, Laundry Work, and Needlework, and a bias in favour of Rural Subjects to suit boys who intend returning to the Farm. Good opportunities for vocal and instru- mental music.—Music Teacher; J. T. REES, Mus. Bac. The School was placed among the first six in Wales by the Inspector of Mt^c under the Central Welsh Board. W Special successes during the last twelve months:—Top student in all Wales at the Central Welsh BoariT examination, July, 1918: Top Entrance Scholarship, U.C.W.. Aberyst- wyth. September. 1318: one A.L.C.M. D;10m:> in Music, one Honours Advance Senior, and Four Seniors (three in the first class). School Fees, S4 a year. Scholarships and bursaries arc available and good grants are given to those eligible for the Advanced Course. School re-opens on January 20th, 1920. For further information apply to the C:erk— I Morgan Morgan, Neuadd, Tregaron. s230 PORTMADOC URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. STATUTORY UNDERTAKINGS (TEMPORARY INCREASE OF CHARGES) ACT, 1918. AN ORDER, dated 9th December, 1S19, lias been issued under the Statutory Under- takings (Temporary Increase of Charges') Act. 1918, by the M nistry of Health, modifying the provisions of the Provisional Orders Confirma- tion (Gas) Act, 1909, so far as it relates to Article VIII of the Order of 1909, so as to authorise the above Council to charge for Gas supplied by them to consumers such price per 1,000 cubic feet as will not be more than suf- ficient, so far as can be estimated by the Coun- cil before the commencement of the period for which the charge is made, to enable the gas undertaking to be carried on without loss during that period; but the price so charged shall not (subject to the proviso to Article VIII of the Order of 1909) at any time exceed six shillings and sixpence per one thousand cubic feet. A copy of the Order wilt be/kept at the Offices of the Council for public inspection, free of charge during office hours, and the Order will be printed as a Statutory Rule "n accord- ance with Section 3 of the Rules Publication Act, 1893. Copies may be purchased from His Majesty's Stationery Office. Kingsway, London, W.C., 2, either directly or through any book- seller. Dated this 16th day of December. 1919 JOHN JONES, Clerk to the said Council. Town Hall, Portmadoc. nB43 MtOfUUS, MARSHALL,. f AND POOLF AjrtCJtkTural artl «Qeneral Auetloman; Valuers, end Arbitraton. KFERIODIGAL SALI» of STOCK coc&Ktef f at Montgomery, Welshpool, Ca*r*w^ 1 Bishop'* Castle, West busy, B«rriew, NewtWn, § Kerry, Anchor, Cemmaei & ad, Llanfair Can* I einion, Llanbadarn, Crwerv Arm*. Ludlow, f ( Cburcfe 8 tret ton, Knigiitcns* Towyn 4 Monthly Horse Sale* at MoatgomeryatiiiW £ It. 'Jposiiol"y I Welshpool. < The aJIDet careful attention 5* Y8¡¡ t 8Aim y jf Agricultural Stock, Estate aad i4-iuse Vto- pecty, Tinker and Antique Furniture. k A Speciality is made or as# f Arbitrations* of every description. t Head Offices: Cb/rbury, Shropshire. a SSI PUBLIC NOTICES. | | DISCLAIMER. j T^KBSONAL.—3rs. Edwards, Lwfj View, jf Bontgoch, wishes through your calamus, |f to her friends know that she :V no* tba 5 Ehza&etit Edwards, Bontgoch, charged with. ft theft. on 2nd inst., -umtiqaed in your, papw. Jher sister >*i l»>ndc»*- hftxriug rec&ivod «^uxny- j! mous i<3tfcers to that effcct. — 4 A l' -LIGATIONS are invited by the Jiortlx$ .ties Branch of the Village Clubs* ABSO- J ciatu a* as Organising Secretary fcr the wo,. the Associat on in Wale* :¡ Candidates must be Welsh speakin- and it familiar with the life and activities of rural :.4 Wales. -4 Sa ary, £ 300 and traveffing expenses. Applications and three testimonials 6bott £ |f j be received not later than January 1st, at th# Office of the- North Wales Branch of the Vii- fc lage Clubs Association, University Obliege, 'A Bangor, where farther particulars ea» b(* obtained. I — — — BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. I HACKNEY CARRIAGES AND PLEASURE" BOATS. v APPOINTMENT OF INSPECTORS. ——— THE CORPORATION inviies applications for ..i' the following Offices:-(a), Inspector of m Horse Hackney Carriages; (b), Inspedtor of a Motor Hackney Carriages: and (c), Inspector H of Pleasure Boats, for the ensumg year. Particu ars may be had on application to me. J the unders'gned. Applications for the above Offices must reads rf me not later than Saturday, the 27th Decem ber, 1919. JOHN EVANS. Town Clerk. Town Hall, q- Aberystwyth. &83I ———:———————————— COUNTY OF MERIONETH. $ LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1888. jh* NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the nert If Quarterly Meeting of the Standing- Joint Committee of Quarter Sessions and jp County Council under Section 30 of tho abovs H Act will be he'd in the County Hall, Dol- I gerey, in the said County, on Tuesday, the 6th day of January, 1920, at the hour of half- M past ten o'clock in the forenoon, whan titer lip Committee will proceed to the consideration of # the business relating to the application OP 0 managemeut of the County Stock or Raiw jff Witnin the jurisdiction of the Committee under Sub-Section 3 of SecWon 30 of the said Act. and all persons having any demand against jjt' the Committee are requested to forward parti- culars thereof in writing to the Countv Treas- i\ uror at Dolgelley, on or befo-e the 5th day of January, 1920. Dated this 15th rla" of December. 1919. DAVID BREESE, j n841 Clerk to the said Committee. t MERIONETH QUARTER SESSIONS. 5 l^TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next General Quarter Sessions cf the Beaoa «- for the County of Merioneth will be held i» |j the County Hall at Dolgo ley, in the sai<t w County, cn Tuesday, the 6th dof Jr.nuarjr, 1920, at 10.30 a.m when the Grand and Petty Jurors will be called and the Court will pro- ceed to hear and determine all matters brought before them in the following order:-—<1). In the trial of prisoners; (2), In the hearing of |« appeals: (3), In hearing motions and in tlie | tramsaction of such other business as may b* I-? brought before the. Court jjU, AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEI4 f that all Grand and Petty Jurors, all persons 1:, bound by recognizance to prosecute and give evidence or surrender "n discharge of their bail. and all appellants, respondents and their JV witnesses, and aJJ persons bound by recog- I nizance in any civil proceeding pi-e to appear and be in atendance at the time and place if aforesaid. Appeals to be heard must be en- tered with me not later than two o'clock in tha afternoon of the day preceding tlie Sessions.$ Dated this 15th dav of December, 1919. j: DAVID BREESE, if n842 Clerk o £ the Peace. fo G. — i R. 1..f 1 CARDIGANSHIRE EPIPHANY QUARTER SESSIONS, 1920. ■! TVTOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN TBA* JF, a Court of General Qua/rtor Sessions of 1- the Poaee for the County of Cardigam, will bo held and kept at the Town Hall, Lampeter, o* f [Thursday, the 8th day of January, 1920, at 0D8 r o'clock in the afternoon. The Court will then proceed with the bosi* ness in the following order:—(1), County busi- ness: (2), Trial of prisoners: (3), Hearing if IJ, Appeals, and on the day and on the bonr |jf.' above-mentioned all Pet-t Jurors are requested j to attend and answer their names, and tbe Magistrates of the County are requested tb J cause all depositions relating tm cases sent. for trial at these Session. to be transmittal -to the Cerk of the Peace on or before WW 1st day of January. 1920, and in cases arigpag subsequentlv immediatelv after being takei. F. R. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace. December 16th, 1919. COUNTY COUNCIL OF CARDIGAN. VENEREAL DISEASES. ALTHOUGH THESE DISEASES occur as. # A the result of immoral conduct, they may J be spread in other innocent ways. The effecte$ of these diseases upon the individiial and opon. the .race are grave and far-reaching. It has « been demonstrated that prompt recognition and systematic trea-tment of these diseases win enable the patient to avoid their grave after- consequences. J Owing to the danger to others, it is the cbaty 5 of all persons suffe-ing from Venereal Disease to seek advice and treatment. Arrangements have been made for FREE TREATMENT FOR ALL. » Persons suffering from these diseases NUt. have treatment UNDER CONDITIONS OF "S SECRECY. Arrangements have been made for tbe ? diagnosis and treatment of Venereai Disease at the Swansea General Hospital The days and hours when patients can be seen are as follows:- I Males. Wednesday 2 p.m. — *-30 p.m. u Thursday 5-30 p.m- 8 p.nsu ft Females:$ I Wednesday 5-30 p.m. 8 p.m. ;-1 Thursday 2 p.m. 4-30 p.m. > It is illegal for anyone other than fully-quah- fied Medical Practitioners to treat Venereal .Diseases (Venereal Diseases Act, 1913). Further particulars can be obtained from the County Medical Officer Health Department, 56, Portland-street, Ab-. stwttb. A ~=== r > ( TENDERS. rjlENDERS ARE INVITED for whiteliming X the interior of the Cambrian News'* Works during Christmas holidays. I Time shall be of the essence of the contract. Particulars, etc., from Cabrian News (Aber- I yst.wytli); Limited. Aberystwyth ?
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Births, Marriages and Deaths. A jrefaid charxe df Is. 6a. is made tor announcements -,of Births and Deaths (il a verse is added thecharc- ii •ft 6d. more according to length) and 2s. 6d.for Marriage •MMMMWMti under this heading. In all casts the charge must he jortfiaid. BIRTHS, BODYCOMBE.—On December 4tlb, at The Rectory, Huish, Wilts, to Rev and Mrs B. Bodyeomkx- (nee Mollie Owen), a son. p429 i MARRIAGES. BLACKBURN—WOODHALL.—On December 11th, at. llkeley, Yorks, George Robert, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Black- burn, of Batlcy, to Ethel Beatrice, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warwick Wood- ball, Aberystwyth. p440 FORTHCOMING MARRACE. [ A marriage has been arranged and will shortly wake place between Mr. John Wolfe Lydekkor, assistant district commis- sioner, Britsh East Africa, youngest son cf 4Captain Lydekker, J.P., and Mrs. Lydekker or Harpenden, Herts, and C-axe, second daughter of Mr. M. P. Griffith Jones, O.B.E., of the Middle Temple, barrister-at-Iaw, late major of the Durham Light Infantory, and now president of the Appeal Court on Pensions, and Mrs. M. P. Griffith Jones of Harpenden. The bride is a grand-daughter of Mr. Griffith Jones, J.P., Aberystwyth DEATHS. HALL.—On December 12th: at tho of her sister (Mrs. John Williams), Islwyn, Wrexham, Harriet Hall, daughter of the late Captain and Mrs. Edward Hall, Aberyst- wyth and sister of Mr Edward Hall, Borough Surveyor, Carnarvon. p410 Y,I,OYD-Decrnibe- 14th at, Rhosydd, Llanfy'iri Elizabeth Lloyd, of Rofft, Llanilar, widow of late John Lloyd, timber merchant, Aber- ystwyth. p427 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. Mrs. Edwards, Erwyd House, and her daugh- ter, Mrs. Hope, wish to gratefully acknow- ledge the kind sympathy extended to them by friends and relatives, as well as the va-uable 1-, floral tributes sent. p413