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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole. CAERSWS STOCK SALES. Friday Next, January 22nd. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE will hold thttir Next Sale, as above. FAT & STORE CATTLE, including ZlZJXJ 185 GRAND STORE BULLOCKS and BARRENS, consigned by the leading breeders in this noted stock raising district; aleo a number of good COWS & CALVES, and about 200 FAT & STORE SHEEP. Entries received up to time of Sale, which will Commence with Cows and Calves at 12-30. 78 Frank Lloyd and Sons. Sy Final Week for Making Entries 30 Guineas Prizes.-500 Horses. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS INVITE ENTRIES FOR Wednesday, January 27th-Hunten, Harness Horses, Cob. and Ponies. Thursday, January 28th—Heavy, Lurry and Young Horses. ENTRIES .Finally Ho«e Tuesday, January 19th Mr. W. Story. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PARISH OF CASTLE CAEREINION. SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS. MR. W. STORY is instructed to offer for at the WYNNSTAY HOTEL, LLANFAIR, On Friday, the 12th February, All those THREE DESIRABLE FARMS known as "Hafodsollar", "Tanyrhafod," and Brynhyfryd." Further particulars in future papers. Apply to the Auctioneer at Llanfair, or Messrs. Pughe and Jones, Solicitors, Llarifair. (82) Mr Edgar Hickman. DOLARDDYN FARM, CASTLE-CAEREINION Fire minute*' walk from Castle-Caereinion Station, on the Welsbpool & Llanfair Railway, four miles from Welshpool, and four from Llanfair-Caereinion. MR. EDGAR HICKMAN begs to announce hia instructions from Mr Llewelyn Woodfine, who is leaving the neighbourhood, to Sell by Auction, without reserve, on the Premises as above, On Thursday, January 21st, The whole of hia very useful LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Comprising: 23 CROSS-BRED SHORTHORN CATTLE, 20 KERRY-HILL EWES, In Lamb to a Shropshire Ram 2 UP-STANDING CART GELDINGS Chestnut Pony, 2 Young Breeding Sows in Pig, 26 Store Pigs, the Collection of New Agricultural Implements and Tools, Gears, Gent's saddle, Dog- cart, Governess Car, Silver-mounted Pony Har- ness, Dairy Vessels, 4 Ton Scottish Triumph Potatoes, also the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS. Luncheon at 11.30. Sale to commence at 12.30 o'clock prompt. In consequence of the shortness of the days the Auctioneer requests an early attendance as the Sale will commence punctually at the time announced. Catalogues and further information from the Auctioneer, Welshpool. NOTICE TO STOCKBREEDERS & FEEDERS. Pea Meal and Peas Bean Meal and Beans Barley Meal and Barley Wheat Meal and Wheat Indian Meal, Round and Flat Corn. Best Middlings and Thirds. Best Germs & Bran Crushed Oats & Beans Old Oats and Mixed Feed GOOD FLOUR from 28/6 Fowl Corn, 100-lbs, 7/- EARLY SEED POTATOES FOR SPURTING. DAVID EV ANSI THE PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. WHY LOOK OLD BEFORE YOUR TIME WHEN DA VIES. HAIR RESTORER Will Gradually Change GREY HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOUR. Price-Is. per Bottle. POST FREE, L/3- THIS PREPARATION IS NOT A MAIN supplies everything needful to resto wg thin> tain a beautiful head of hair. It vouthful weak, grey, or faded Hair to its natu y mo0t colour, without staining or injuring moves delicate skin. Prevents Dandnff and removes Scurf. Its restorative action is Pr0 efficacious, whilst its fragrant. SH properties render it a PLEASANT HAIR _1 a: Ylot FOR ORDINARY USE. It is equai, —_ superior, to the more expensive and xarg j advertised Hair Restorers, and its price places it within the reach of all. PREPARED ONLY BY WILLIAM BISHOP, M P S Chemist (Late ü. E. DAVIES), POWYS-LAND PHARMACY, 23. BROAD STREET. WELSHPOOL. .J — LLANDLNAM. R SAVAGE^ GROCER, LLANDINAM # keeps Thomas Jones & Co., Limited (Livarpool), Teas. The tea for this neighbour hood. Best quality Groceries, Provisions, Ac., a 'crest prices. Flour and Corn Merchant. Q513 SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs P. Wilson-Jones A Davis. MARKET HALL. NEWTOWN. THURSDAY NEXT. MESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS have been favoured with instructions from Mr R. S. Forrester (who is leaving the town), to remove from Bank House to the above, and Sell by Auction on Thursday, January 21st. The Useful Collection of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, including some Valuable Pieces in Black Oak, viz., Contents of Hall, 2 Reception Rooms and 5 Bedrooms, etc., comprising Dining Room Suite in saddlebags, Two-leaf Dining Table, Dark Walnut and Satin Walnut Bedroom Suites, all complete, splendid condition Oak Welsh Dresser and Shelves, and China; Grandfather's Clock in oak case, brass dial; Large Mahogany Bookcase, Superior Brass-mounted Bedsteads; 3 Brass and Iron Bedsteads, and Mattressos; Walnut Bed- room Pair, Antique Gate-leg Table, Walnut Overmantel, Pier Glass, Toilet Sets, Tables and Chairs, Dinner and Tea Sets, Decanters, Carpets and Rugs; a Collection of ANTIQUE CHINA, and Miscellaneous Lots. Also, by permission, quantity of Sundry Tools, Sale at 1-30 Prompt. (44) CAERSWS STOCK SALES. Friday, January 22nd. 55 FAT AND STORE CATTLE, 100 FAT & STORE SHEEP & PIGS. Entries to time of Sale-at 11 o'clock. (66) — — LLANBRYNMAIR STOCK SALE, Monday, January 25th. Entries Solicited. (67) NEWTOWN STOCK SALES, Monday & Tuesday, Jan. 25th & 26th. Several Very GOOD ENTRIES already to hand for Tuesday's Sale. (68) NEWTOWN. SALE OF PURE-BRED POULTRY ON Tuesday, January 26th, Sale at 2 o'clock. (69) BROAD STREET, NEWTOWN. MESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS hare received instructions to offer for Sale on Tuesday, January 26th, 25 NEW LADY'S AND GENTS' CYCLES, fitted with Free Wheels, Two Rim Brakes, and other Speed Gear. Sale at 2 o'clock. (70) MANUEL BROS. NOTE THE ADDRESS! GAS STREET. OPPOSITE GAS WORKS. BEG TO INFORM THE INHABITANTS of Newtown and District that they have COMMENCED BUSINESS AS SHOEING & JOBBING SMITHS AND COOPERS. Having secured the Services of First-class Men, all Orders shall receive their Best and Prompt Attention. FARMERS! Get your CIDER CASKS Ready PRIZE SHOEING SMITH EMPLOYED. (Signed), MAURICE LL. MANUEL (440) DAVID R. MANUEL. HIGH-CLASS LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, 29, Broad Street, Choice Selection of High-Class^Goods in Costume Cloths, Tweed Suitings, &c., LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES The place for Tea and Refreshments is at JOHN T. HOWELL, CONFECTIONER, 42, KERRY ROAD, NEWTOWN, One minute's walk from Railway Station. PARTIES OF ALL iQNUS SUPPLIED. BRIDE & BIRTHDA" JAKES, aSpeciality. Sole Agent for SNOWDRIFT PASTRY AND SELF-RAISING FLOURS, Wholesale and Retail. I It Palethorpe's Royal Cambridge Sausage- always fresh. TRY THE TEGORRA TEA, 1/10 & 2/- per Ib THE CHEAPEST AND BEST MANURE IS BILSTON SLAG. ONE QUALITY-THE BEST. COAL To Si it all Customers, Wholesale to any Station. cannock, North Stafford, Hanwood, and North Wales Coals always kept in stock. Dealer in Lime, Superphosphate I £ ainit and I Moss Litter. I DAVID HAMER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL COAL MERCHANT, Railway Whart, NEWTOWN. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Cooke Bros. and Roberts. LLANIDLOES MONTHLY STOCK SALE. Saturday. January 23rd. FAT AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP AND PIGS To commence at 10 o'clock. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (30) Auctioneers, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, F.A.I., will offer for Sale by Auction, at the BimAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, On Tuesday, January 26th, At Three o'clock in the Afternoon precisely, and subject to conditions to be then read or produced. LOT 1. All that Desirable Freehold Farm known as HENDRE," Situate in the Parish of Mochdre, about 31- miles from Newtown, and intersected by the district road from Newtown to Mochdre, in the County of Montgomery, and in the occupation of Mr David Morgan. It comprises a comfortable and sub- scan tially built Farm House with conveniently arranged Outbuildings, and contains 82a. 3r. 35p. or thereabouts of Productive Pasture, Arable and Woodland (the latter includes a Plantation of about 5 acres of thriving Larch). There is a plentiful supply of excellent water and good shade. Possession can be given on the 25th March, 1909. LOT 2. All that Compact Freehold Farm known as UPPER GWYNFYNNYDD," Situate in the Parish of Llanwnog, about 1 mileu from Caere we, in the County of Montgomery, comprising a suitable Dwelling House and Out- buildings and 44a. lr. 27p, or thereabouts, of Pasture, Arable, and Woodland. The land lies well together in a ring fence with plenty of shade and water, and is bounded by the estates of the Rt. Hon. Lord Joicey, D. Davies, Elq, M.P., and others. In the occupation of Messrs D. and J. Tudor as yearly tenants. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aber- ystwyth, or to Messrs. WILLIAMS, GITT1NS & TAYLOR, 71, Solicitors, Newtewn. ARTICLED PUPIL.—Cooke Bros. & Roberts, Auctioneers, Newtown and Aberystwyth, have a vacancy for an Articled Pupil, must be well educated and smart, with an opportunity of being prepared for the N.D.A., P.A.S.I., F.S.I., and F.A.I. Examinations. 81) MBSL Ph.C., F.I.O., F.S.M.C. (Lond.), Sight-Testing Specialist, LLANFAIR, NEAR WELSHPOOL. The Only Qualified Sight-testing Optician in the County. EyeilaSS88 4 Speotaoles of every description LADIES' HAIR NETS-HAIR NETS. r&ir Your Hair Nets Made to Order to Match your Hair. BACK NETS from 3 a Penny. FRINGE NETS from a Penny Each. H. H. PRICE, TTnm.1 Hair Merchant, 18, SEVERN STREET, NEWTOWN. (Opposite the Free Library), THE Newest Modes IN WINTER MILLINERY! Fashionable, but not Expensive. LACE AND FANCY BLOUSES, NETS, SAILOR HATS, CREPE-DE- CHINE SLIPS. AND ALL THE LATEST WINTER SPECIALITIES. MRS. H. H. EVANS, CROWN SHOP, High Street, NEWTOWN D. LLOYD, Jeweller & Silversmith, HAS A LARGE STOCK OF SOLID SILVER GOODS, Specially Selected for the Present Season, TO SUIT ALL CUSTOMERS. ALSO, GOLD & SILVER JEWELLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION gg* AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES CALL AND INSPECT THE STOCK before you buy anywhere else, ADDRESS 9. BROAD ST., WELSHPOOL I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. SAFE BRAND. "Pure English iYeast." NEW HOPS AND MALT. PURE MALT VINEGAR 3d. PER QUART. BIBBY'S CREAM EQUIVALENT AND ALL FEEDING STUFFS. Also, AYRES' BROS. FEEDING STUFFS. All at Manufacturers' prices. DAVID FIVANS, THE PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. For Scale of Advertisement Chsw^es fee Page 6. WANTED-In or near Newtown, a email 'T house, with garden and stable.-Apply, Box 25, "Express" Office, Newtown. ANTE D-Collection of loose lots old English TV and Colonial Stamps; current English not i-equired.Apply, Box 26, Express Office, Newtown. WANTED, a steady respectable man as Bus Driver.—Apply H. E. Breese, Bear Hotel, Newtown. (85) ORKMAN WAGGONER Wanted, 25th March.—Apply, Richard Pryce, Cwmearl, Sarn. 55 WANTED—An Apprentice to the Printing would be taught the Linotype Machine, if an intelligent Lad.—' Fxpress' Office, Newtown. WANTED—Man and Wife, «.-r Father and Daughter, able to milk; good house.— Apply, Box, 58, Express" Office, Newtown. COMFORTABLE and Convenient Apartments C for one or two gentlemen situate on New- road, Newtown. -Apply, Box46, Express Office. APARTMENTS to Let, suitable for Single Gentleman (live with family), in pleasant part of Newtown.-Apply: Box (447), "Express Office. A PARTMENTtS.—Sitting-room and Bedroom, r\ convenient for Town and Station.—Apply, Miss Jones, 15, Park-street, Newtown. APARTMENTS to Let. for one or two gentlemen.—Apply Mrs Andrew, Bryn- goleu, Newtowrn. (1) TO MOLE-TRAPPERS & Others.—Send your Mole Skins to Watson & Co., 49, Great Queen-street, Kingsway. London, W.C. Liberal Price paid by Postal Orders. (641) OST from a Carrier's Cart, between Tregynon and New Mills, on the 12th inst., Two Plymouth Rock Cockerels; single oomba.—Infor- mation to:P.C. Davies, Tregynon, 77 SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. PEDIGREE Hereford Bulls lor Sale.—Apply' David Pryce, Kynant, Gail afield. 31 COTTAGE AGREEMEN-RS,A new and con- cise form, 3d. each, or' 2/6 per dozen.— Phillips &. Son, Newtown. GENUINE Edison Gem Phonograph, small, horn, concert trumpet, patent connection nickel-plated stand, 35 JB#frn records complete, goodf as ntsSrj* q^k.—1, Pack P'. Welshpool. (570) ILLIARDS.-For Sale, best Slate Billiard Tabl. for fitting on dining table, with all accessories; in excellent condition.—For par- ticulars apply to Box 57, "Express" Office, Newtown. FOR SALE by Private Treaty—4-hors«-power outside works for Chaffing, &c.—Apply, Williams, Dolfor Hall, Newtown. 62 UNDERTAKERS' and Carriage Proprietors LJ Modern Stock for disposal, no reasonable offer refused Hearses, Cars, Coaches, Landaus, Brakes, Hansoms—Catalogues, Marston's, 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. (293) FOR SALE, quantity of *match-boarding— quartering—doors, windows, &c. Also the whole of Building known as Hospital, with baths, lavatories, piping, grates, &c., complete, suitable for Store Sheds or Garage.—Apply Henry Lovatt, Ltd., Elan Valley, Rhayader. (84) TIMBER. BERRIEW, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. The following LOTS to be SOLD by TENDER, subject to conditions:— LOT 1.—257 Oak, 55 Ash, 22 Elm, 2 Sycamore! situate about 3 miles from Montgomery Station. LOT 2.-534 Oak, 15 Elm, 8 Ash situated 1 mile from Montgomery Station. TREFEGLWYS, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. LOT 3.—370 Oak, 6 Ash, 1 Elm situated about 2 miles from the Station. The Timber is clean and of good quality, all standing and numbered. Separate Tenders for each Lot to be sent in on or before the 6th day of FEBRUARY to Mr E. LLOYD, The Rectory, Berriew, who will arrange for the Lots to be viewed by receiving a day's notice. The Vendor does not bind himself to accept the highest or any tender. (83) PROPERTIES TO LET TO LET, with immediate possession, Milford Cottage, Newtown.—Apply on the premises. ri^O LET, excellent Three-stall Stable (with _L small Coach-house attached. -Apply at the Music Salon, Newtown. (523) TO LET, a Desirable Dwelling-house in Gas-street—Apply: Manager, G«w.°'k_s' Newtown. (645) LLANIDLOES.-To Let with immediate pos- Jj session,' a Fully-lioensed Public House situate in the main street.—Apply to Cooke Bros. and Roberts, No-town. (48) TO LET from 1st May next, Nos. 3 and 4, BRYNLLYS,' Newtown; two very healthily situated modern residences, on high ground close to Newtown, with Southern aspect. Each house contains 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, 4 Bedrooms and Bathroom, together with usual Offices. Pretty Shrubbery, Lawn & Kitchen Garden. Rent, £ 25.—For particulars apply to Powell & Jarvis, Newtown. (448) TO LET IN NEWTOWN. CONVENIENT LOCK-UP SHOP (in High- street), adjoining Market Hall. SEVERAL PASTURE FIELDS & GARDENS. COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE in Weir-street. For Particulars, apply to- POWELL & JARVIS, (400) Solicitors, Newtown. PLASCAECRWN, NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. TO BE LET with immediate possession, very Desirable, Substantially Built and Com- modious Residence, beautifully situated, fine views; Shrubberies, Good Tennis Lawn, and Productive Garden 5 minutes walk from Church and Station; 4 Reception Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Dressing-room, Bath-room. Lavatory and W.C., together with usual outside buildings, including Cycle House. Pasture Land can be had if desired. For particulars, apply to POWELL & JARVIS, (715) Solicitors, Newtown. BUSINESS CARDS. A SWAIN, THE BANK, NEWTOWN, Begs to inform his Numerous Customers and the General Public that he still carries on the Boot Repairing Business, and is able to take all kinds of repair at the lowest possible co&t* none but the best materials used; all work guaranteed. (607) PROMPTITUDE, NEATNESS AND GOOD Workmanship Guaranteed. Moderate Charges. HARRY HIBBOTT, Undertaker, Joiner, and Carpenter, Weir Street, Newtown. Carpets laid down, Shops fitted up. Removals attended to. Furniture carefully repaired. INCENT LLOYD (late W. R. Wood) Jewellei and Watchmaker, The Cross, Newtown, naving worked for six years with one of the largest trade repairers in the United Kingdom, is personally prepared to undertake all kinds of Repairs to Watches, Cleckfe, and Jewellery, and guarantees te give every satisfaction. z91 CCLOGGING -EDMUND HITCHom begs tc J inform the inhabitants of Newtown and District that he still continues to carry on the Clogging Trade in all its blanches at Crown Street, Newtown. HANSOM CABS FOR HIRE. Special term* given to invalids for hire by the hour. Ponies and Traps and Wagonettes, with or without driver, on reasonable terms; also, goods delivered with horse and lurry.-Apply: Mr.- HANDY, Frankwell. Newtown. B438 OHN OLIVER, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist. Appointed Sole Agent by the Manufacturers for Newtown and District of the following Specialities: Messrs Sandorides, Turkish Egyptian, and Virginia Cigarettes; Messrs J. Samuda's Avoca's, Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes; also, the World-renowned G.B.D (B.B.B.), and Masta Briar Root Pipes. J.A.O. Keeps a large Stock of Briar and Meerschaum Pipes in Cases, suitable for presentations. All kinds of Pipes Repaired and Re-mounted,—Note Address: 36, Broad-street. Newtown. MISSES PILOT, of Market-street, Newtown, and Market Hall, Welshpool, wish to announce that they give the highest prices for Left-off Clothing. Personal calls if required. AURICE DAVIES, Contractor, has removed from 8, Severn-square, Newtown, to more Convenient Premises, No 9, Old Ladywell Hall Place, Newtown. Workshop and Office: BACK OF CLIFTON-TERRACE, where Business will be carried on as usual, Tenders Given for All Classes of Work, Painting, Plumbing, Glazing, Paperhacg- ing, Spring Cleaning, Gas, Hot, and Cold Water Fittings, and General Repairs of House and Other Property. Paints, Glass, Putty, Wallpapers, for Sale. All Work carried out under Personal Supervision. (421 WELSHPOOL. NO BRIDE, NO WEDDING but ip addition to the presence of the Bride, no Wedding in the Borough of Welshpool is com- plete without one of A. E. BOND'S Celebrated Wedding Cakes—International Gold Medallist Quality.—Sold at 7 & 8, Broad-street, Welshpool O YOU WANT TO LOOK WELL AND PROSPEROUS? Of course you do, who does'nt? JOHN JOKBS, Broad-street, Welshpool, will help you by supplying a well-cut Suit of the best material at a moderate price. JOHN JONE £ T' stock of Hats, Collars, Ties, and Gloves is large and up-to-date. If yon doubt the veracity of thu statement, Cake the wi, things, and hold fast that which is good," by calling at JOHN JONES'. Broad-street. Welshpool. LLANFAIR. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.—FOR RIDING JL Saddles and Harness (made on the Premises) go to JOHN EDWARDS, Saddler, Collar and Harness MtkM, Llanfair. London Whips, Never Rust" Bits, Sponges, Chamois, Embrocation, &0. Water- proo fKnee Rugs. Clotu and Leather Leggings. Special Oil and Blacking for Harness. Agent to the Alliance Assurance Co. -26ó THANKS. WE DESIRE TO EXPRESS OUR GRATEFUL THANKS to all Friends who sent Messages of Sympathy and FJoral Tributes, and in other deeds of kindness, manifested their sympathy in our recent bereavement. GEO. k M. LEWIS. Meirion House, Newtown, Jan. 11th, 1909. (59) TO THE CLIENTS OF THE "EXPRESS & TIMES" PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. DURING the past month extensive alterations and additions have been made in the Machinery Department, by which still more rapid and high-class results may be obtained. It is intended shortly to give a full account of these important changes, but this note is inserted for the purpose of acquainting the many friends of the EXPRESS AND Timits of the efforts of the Proprietors to keep pace with the demands of the times. NEWTOWN COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS THE NExT TERM WILL BEGIN GIRLS-Tuesday, 19th January BOYS'—Monday 25th January- FEES:— £ 5 5a. Od. per annum, payable in advance, as follows £ 2 2s. Od. for each of the first two terms, £ 1 Is. Od. for the third term; I .£1 15s. Od. per term afterwards. For further particulars, Forms of Appli^tion and Prospectus, apply to the Head Mas Head Mistress, or to- MARTIN WOOSNAM, Clerk to the Governors. Bank Chambers, Newtown, January, 1909. (74) NOTICE. WE HAVE TAKEN 0J^N^H^F^HANTS OF BACON AND PROVISION MERCHANTS which was carried on byjhe a TQWN &n(J wTLP8HEySil%^buroh and Wr«ham and shall be known as HUMPHREYS BROS., FRANK HUMPHREYS, WALTER HUMPHREYS. PUBLIC NOTICES. PUBLIC HALL, NKWTQVVN. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, January 28th & 29th Mr Wentwortb Croke PRESENTS The Great Drury Lane Success, THE "Prodigal Son" BY HALL CAINE. 3s. AND 2s. TICKETS RESERVED. At Phillips' Music Salon. TOWN HALL, WELSHPOOL, Saturday, January 30th. Tickets at Mr Owen, The Libiary. (79) NEWTOWN CYCLING CLUB. THE ANNUAL Invitation Dance Will take place in the PUBLIC HALL, On Thursday, February 4th, At 8-30 p.m. CEDEWAIN QUADRILLE BAND. TICKETS (including Refreshments), 2/6. (37) MR. J. MEIRION EYANS UNDERTAKES TUITION IN VOICE-PRODUCTION & VOCAL TRAINING. Musical Adjudicator and Conductor of Choial Festivals. Terms-Moderate.. Address :-aYFRYDLIiJ, UAEasws. G450 A PIECE OF LAND opposite Cemmes Road JL Station is to be utilised for Building Pur- poses. A Building Club is to be formed for the purpose of erecting Villas and Cottages, which the Club will be preparea to Sell. Alt who are prepared to Buy, or are desirous of taking Shares, should communicate with Mr G. A. lreharne, .L_3_ M.I.M.E., Architect and Surveyor, ADeraare or with Mr D. Pugh, Watchmaker, Carno. 76 TENDERS. NEW POST OFFICE AT MACHYNLLETH. TENDBRS ARE INVITED for thq erection of the above at Paternoster Buildings, Machynlleth, for Mr R. Llewellyn Jenes. Plans, Specification, &c., may be inspected on written application te the undersigned, to whom sealed and endorsed Tenders are to be delivered on or before February the 1st next. The loweet er amy other tender will not nc,-oes- sarily be accepted. R. W. DAVIES, Architect and Surveyor. Carno, January 14th, 1909. M MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS ASSISTANTS. Uncertificated (Art. 5 >)—Male—Llanidloes C.E., £ 55 per annum. Pomale-Adi Saint's C.E., Newtown (needlework). Salary ^45. Forden C.E., £ 40. LlaDgadfan, to take Sewing, Welsh essential. Salary -640. Irorms of application may be obtained from m-, the undersigned, on receipt of stamped addressed foolscap envelope for reply. Canvassing, directly or indirectly, a disqualiifcation. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority. County Education Offioes, Newtown, January 16th. 1909. (638 WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PREPARATIONS for the University Locals, JL Preceptors, Public Schools, Shorthand Certificate, and Civil Service Examinations. OVER 100 PASSES during the last five years in the above Examinations. Thirty Shorthand Certificates gained since 1893 CAMBRIDGE LOCALS. ALL PASSED. HONOURS. RESIDENT MASTER, UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. Cambridge Local Examination Class now forming. Comfortable Home for Boarders. Moderate Terms. i87 T. F. HILES, Head Master. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABEBYSTWTTH (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). I President: Tli- Right Hon. Lord Rendel. Principal: T.F.Roberts, M.A. (Oxon) LL.D. (Vict) STUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Com- position Fee, £ 10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, .81. Men Students reside in Registered Lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel. Warden Prof J.W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden Miss E. A. Fe wings. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, the Law, Agriculture, and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. GENERAL A v NOUN CEMENTS. Central Montgomeryshire Agricultural Association. 4 PUBLIC MEETING WI.IL BE HELD AT CJL THE UNICORN HOTEL, NEWTOWN, This Day (Tuesday), JANUARY 19th, AT 2 P.M. J. G. MILLER, (75) Hon. Secretary. THE SALVATION ARMY, NEWTOWN A CONCERT OF SACRED flJUSIC Will be given in THE PUBLIC HALL, On Wednesday, January 20th, In Aid of the Funis of tue L cal Corpa. t. The following ARTISTES have kindly consented to take part Mrs. H. PARRY (nee Mise t'espie Jones) Misses EMILY BARRATT, MAUD BREESE, E. J. TAYLOR, INY POWELL; Messrs. F GRIFFITHS, J. HOWARD JONES, STUART HUMPHREYS, R. LEWIS, W. H. MORGAN, J. E MORRIS, C. MEREDITH, and J. THOMAS; The HAFREN QUARTETTE PARTY; The MOCHDRE UNITED PRIZE CHOIR; The CAMBRIA MALE VOICE PARTY. CHAIRMAN—Dr. F. P. JONES. ACCOMPANIST—Mr. D. HAROLD OLIVER. Tickets—Reserved Seatp, 211.; is., and 6d. 47 CommeDcing at 8 o'clock. "TRIGO LION HYNAF CYMRU." Traddodir D A R L I T H ar y Testyn uchod, yn YSGOLDY MILFORD ROAD, IB os Wener Nesaf, Ionawr 22&in, GAN Proffesor ANWYL, LI-C W., Aberystwyth. LLTWTDD-J. E. ROBERTS, Ysw. I ddechreu am 8 o'r glocb. Gwahoddir yn Gynes Gymry'r Dref a'r Cylchoedd i ddyfod yno. LLANIDLOES DISTRICT PLOUGHING MATCHES ASSOCIATION. The Eighteenth Annual Matches in Ploughing, Hedging, and Ditching, Horse Shoeing: also, Competition of Horses, Brood Mares, Yearlings, &c., will be held (weather permitting), On Wednesday, February 17th, (Or First Open Wednesday theieafter), on HENBLAS FARM, LLANWNOG. President: Miss B. A. MYITON (Welshpool). A DINNER will be provided at the Mytton Arms, Pontdolgoch, at 4 p.m on the Evening of the Matches: Tickstit, 2/- each. Refreshments will also be provided during the day by Mr Jones, Mytton Arms, at a moderate charge ENTRY FORMS and Schedules may be had from the Secretary on application, and all entries are to be sent to him by Wednesday, Feb 10th. Chairman of Committee Mr E. Jones, Henblas. Vice-Chairman: Mr J. Williams, Plasydeuon: and Mr S. Jones, Gwastadcoed. Treasurer: Mr D. T. Francis, Tynyrwtra. Secretary: Mr. E B. ROWLANDS, Talbot, Llanwnog, Caeraws. ADMISSION (by Ticket) SIXPENCE. 53 NEWTOWN HOCKEY CLUB. A SOCIAL EVENING Will be held in THE PUBLIC HALL, On Thursday, February 18th. Hon. Sec., R. A. WILSON, 62 United Counties Bank. BETTWS C. M. CHAPEL. THE ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD in connection with the above will be held on EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 12th. Programmes ready sbortly.-(Mir-.s) J. L. LEWIS, Tynybanadl, Bettws, Hon. Sec. (60) ROYAL WELSH WAREHOUSE RECREATION SOCIETY'S SPORTS AND MUSICAL FESTIVAL, Saturday, June 12th, 1909. MUSICAL PROGRAMME TEST PIECES: BAND CONTEST—" Verdi's Works." MALE VOICE CHOIRS—(a) Sons of Gwalia," Meibion Gwalia" (Jeakins) (b) "0, Peace- ful Night" (German). MIXED VOICE CEIOIRs- The Summer, "Yr Haf (Gwilym Gwent). T. & B. DUET-" The Martial Spirit" (Jos. Parry). Full particulars from the Hon. Secretary- J. MAURICE JONES, 50 Royal Welsh Warehouse. POWIS PROVINCIAL EISTEDDFOD, LLANFYLLIN, 2btla JUNE. Musical Adjudicator: HARRY EVANS, Esq., F.R.C.O. PRINCIPAL PRIZES Chief Choral £ 30. Male Voice £ 20, CHAIR ODE, x-5 and Carved Oak Chair. List of Subjects (by post 2td.) now Ready. PENTYRCH WTLLIAMS, | w HUBERT WATKINS, Llanfyllin. (17)