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l SALES BY AUCTION. if Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole. ————-———————:———— MONTGOMERY STOCK SALES. y I Thuraday Next, February 4th. iV 250 FAT & STORE CATTLE, I Including about 80 Prima Fat Bullocks, Heifers and Cows, and 150 Capital Home-Bred Store » Bullocks and Barren Heifers, from the leading j Breeders in the District. Alsm, a Number ef DAIRY COWS. Sale at 10-30. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (lU) Auctioneers. SOUTH SHROPSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF A VALUABLE FREE- HOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATE, known as NEWCASTLE COURT, £ situate in the far famed Clun Valley, adjacent to the village of Newcastle, and 3i miles from the Town of Clun, comprising- A SUPERIOR STONE BUILT RESIDENCE, surroundBd by attractive Lawn and Shrubbery, Kitchen Garden, and about 7 Acres of Orchards t Commodious and well arranged FARM BUILD- INGS, with the EXCELLENT MEADOWS and PASTURES, comprising in the whole an area of 367 ACRES, 2 ROODS, 14 POLES, or thereabouts. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed by the Exors. of the late Mr James Lewis, to Sell this Valuable Estate by AUCTION, at the BUFFALO HOTEL, CLUN, O" Tuesday, February 16th, 1909. Plans and Particulars, together with any further infoimation way be obtained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire, or from MR. MARTIN WOOSNAK, Solicitor, Newtown, Montgomeryshire. CXEF.SWS STOCK SALES. Next Sale-Friday, February 19th. Early Entries solicited, either to Mr D. K. Thomas, Caersws, or MORRIS, MARSHALL 4 POOLE, (116) Auctioneers. PARISH Of MOCHDRE. —4 SAtE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, y Including "THE LION INN," A large WOOLLEN FACTORY, 9 COTTAGES WITH GARDENS. J 6 SMALL FIELDS OF PASTURE LAND, ORCHARD and PLANTATION, All adjoining, and withinaboui2 milelof N ewtown Also, r 6 COTTAGES WITH GARDENS, Situate on the Van Road, close to the town of LLANIDLOES, Which MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL A POOLE are instructed to Sell by Auction, at the ) BEAR HOTSL, NEWTOWIC, On Tuesday, February ?3rd, In several convenient lots, and subject to conditions. Further particulars from the Auctioneers, or Messrs. HARRISONS A WINNALL, 110 Solicitors, Welshpool. In addition to the above, MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL A POOLE Beg to announce the following IMPORTANT AGRICUL- TURAL SALES: BITTERLEY, LUDLOW. By order of Mrs. Howells, on Tuesday, February 23rd. BUCKTON PARK, LEINTWARDINE (in con- junction with Messrs H F. Russell A Son, Leominster), by order of Mr Thomas Nott, on Friday, February 26th. CLEE DOWNTON, LUDLOW.—By order of Mr Richard Bodenham, on Wednesday, March 3rd. EDGE GROVE, YOCKLETON.— By order bf the Executors of the late Mr Samuel Ruscoe, on Wednesday, March 3rd. YEW TREE FARM, HYSSINGTON, CHURCH- STOKE.—By order of Mr Robert Gittins on Saturday, March 6th. A.CHLEY. FORDEN.—By order of Mr John Roberts, on Wednesday, March 10th. DOLLAS, BERRIEW.-By order of Mr John Morris, on Friday, March 12th. WHITTINGSLOW, MARSHBROOK.—By order < of Mrs H. A. Cran*, on Wednesday, March 17th ALLTFYNNON, ABERHAFE8P.—By order of Mr John Lloyd, on Wednesday, March 17th. EDGE GROVE, YOCKLETON (furniture).—By order of the Executors of the late Mr Samuel Ruscoe, on Wednesday, March 17th. JAMESFORD, MONTGOMERY.-By order of « the Executors of the late Mr William Owens, on Thursday, March 18th. SUN INN AND GLEBE FARM, NORBURY.- By order of Mr Bufton and Mr Russell, on Thursday, March 18th. LLANHEDRIC, CLUN.—By order of Mr Thomas Jones, on Friday, March 19th THE GAER. FORDEN.—Shire Horses, Pedigree Hereforda, &c by order of W. F. S. Humphreys, > Esq., on Tuesday, March, 23rd. CHAPEL LAWN, CLUN.-By order of Mr T. H. Williams, on Tuesday, March 23rd. WHITE HCUSE, ONIBURY.-By order of Mr Richard Bach, on Wednesday, March 24th LLANDINAM HALL, LLANDINAM.-By order of Mrs Hamer, on Thursday, March 26th. Other sales are in course of arrangement, and f. will be announced as the dates are fixed. Head Offices—Chirbury, Shropshire. Newtown Office—Bear Hotel. ( 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 x Old Oats and Mixed Feed GOOD FLOUR from 28/6 v Fowl Corn, 100-lbs. 7/- EARLY SEED POTATOES FOR ,¡ SPURTING. DAVID EVANS, THE PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs P. Wilson-Jones & Davis. MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. MESSRS. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS have been favoured with instructions from the representatives of the late Rev J. B. M. Williams to remove from his Residence to the above, for convenience of sale, and Sell by Auction, On Thursday, February 11th, the Valuable Collection of MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITORE, Comprising Contents ot Entrance Hall, Dining I ana Drawing Rooms, 4 ijiarooms, ccc. (137) Full particulars next weak. BERRIEW STOCK SALE. NEXT SALE OF FAT & STORE STOCK On Friday, February 12th. (138) Entries Solicited. BRYNINTY, LLANBRYNMAIR. MESSRS. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS ULi. Itave been favoured with instructions from Mr Thomas Roberts (who is leaving the district) to Sell by Auction, On Wednesday, February .17th, His Very Usefalg £ y- DEAD FARMING 34 Well-bred HEREFORD & BLACK CATTLE, 40 HARDY WELSH EWES (in Lamb), 2 CAPII'AL SHIRE MARES, Pigs, Poultry, Gears and Implements, &c. (139) CARNO SPRING CATTLE SALE-Thursday. February 18th. CAERSWS SPRING CATTLE SALE-Friday, February 19th. LLANBRYNMAIR SPECIAL CATTLE SALE, "Monday, February 22nd. NEWTOWN MONTHLY CATTLE SALE, Tuesday, February 23rd, SALE OF SHRUBS, ROSE TREES, Etc. at NEWTOWN. Tuesday, February 23rd. ANCHOR ANNUAL SPRING CATTLE SALE, Thursday, February 25th. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK PEIKINS: CAR NO. Thursday, March 25th. The Auctioneers have several OTHER SALES in course of preparation, which will be announced as the dates are fixed. 4 P. WILSON-JONES & DATIS, (103) Auctioneers. Mr. W. Story. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PARISH OF CASTLE CAEREINION. DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARMS. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY MR. WILLIAM STORY, at the WTNNSTAY HOTEL, LLANFAIR, On Friday, February 12th, At 2 for 3 o'clock p.m., in the following or such other lots as may be arranged, and subject to Conditions. LOT 1. All that Compact Farm, known as HAFODSELLAR," Containing by admeasurement 62a. 2r. 27p., or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr Roger Williams. LOT 2. All that Capital Small Holding, known as BRYNHYFRYD," Containing by admeasurement 4a. Ir. 29p., or thereabouts, now in the ocaupation of Mrs Sarah Evans. LOT 3. All that Capital Small Holding, known as "TANYRHAFOD," Containing by admeasurement 6a. Or. 14p., or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr Maurice Blayney. The Hoftses and Buildings of the Three Lots are strongly built and in a good state of repair, and the land is good and fertile and well watered. The various Lots are well-stocked with Game. Hafodsellar and Brynhyfryd are situate near the Old Main Road leading from Llanfair to Castle-Caereinion and Welshpool, and are distant respectively from Llanfair about 2 miles, Welsh- pool about 5 miles. Tanyrhafod is also situate near the Turnpike Road leading from Cyfronydd to Welshpool, and is distant from Weishpoolabout 5 miles, Llanfair about 3 miles, and Llanfyllin 15 miles. For further particulars, and to inspect Plans, apply to the Auctioneer, Llanfair; or to Messrs. PUGHE & JONES, (130) Solicitors, Llanfyllin. BOURNEMOUTH HOUSE SALE COMMENCES TUESDAYS NEXT, February 9th. POWELL & RIDOUT. 11 SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Cooke Bros. and Roberts. On Thursday Next, Februa.ry 4th MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. INTERESTING SALE OF ANTIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS are favoured with instructions from Mrs Southern, of No. 45, New-road, who is leaving, to SELL BY AUCTION, as above, a large Quantity of Superior HOUSEgOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Including a Number ot Rare Old Oak and Mahogany Pieces, Brasses, Etc., Viz., Inlaid Oak Double and other Cupboards, Oak Tables, a Valuable Carved Oak Linen Chest, Rare Old Oak Chairs, a Genuinb Old Mahogany Powder Stand, a Grandfather 8-Day Clock in Inlaid Oak Case, Mahogany Tables, Several Pairs of Old Brass Candlesticks. Brass Ladles, Kettles, Rare Old Blue and White Dinner Service, &c., &c., Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Woven Wire Mattresses, Feather Beds, Handsome Inlaid Oak Bedroom Suite, Part Bwdrooin Suites in Mahogany and Satin Walnut, Sets of Toilet Waie, Commode Aim Chairs, Chests of Drawers, Dining Room Suite in Leather, Easy Chairs, Couches, Dining and other Tables, Sideboards in Walnut and Mahogany, Excellent Pianoforte in Walnut Case, Organette, Overmantels, Mirrors, Pictures, Book- cases, Barometer, Revolving Chairs, Fenders and Fire Irons, China and Glass, Carpets, Kitchen Requisites, Part Suites in Mahogany, upholstered in Hair Cloth and Leather, &c, &c. On View Morning of Sale. Sale to Commence at 1-30 o'clock. (144) Cooke Bros. and Roberts' Fixtures. February 4th-New Road, Newtown. Furniture and Effects, by order of Mrs Southern. February 10th-Public Rooms, Llanidloes. Sale of Furniture and Effects. February 18th and 19th -Town Hall, Aberyst- wyth. Sale of High-Class Furniture from MaesBangor. February 20th-Llanidloea Stock Sale. 160 Fat and Store Cattle. February 23rd-Auction Mart, Newtown. Agri- cultural Implements, &c. March 4th- Y strad, South Wales. Sale of Valuable Leasehold Houses. In March—Trewythen Arms Hotel, Llanidloes. Sale of Two Important Freehold Estates. In March-Glandulae, Llanidloes. Attractive Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by" order of R. Owen, Esq. In March-Newtown. Valuable Freehold Resi- dential Estate. Sir IMPORTANT SALES are in course of arrangement at Newtown, Llanidloes, Machyn- lleth, Aberdovey, Towyn and Aberystwyth, and will be announced as the date3 are fixed. Head Offices: High-street, Newtown, and Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth. 101 Mr Edgar Hickman. TAVERN, DOLARDDYN, CASTLE- CAEREINION, 10 minutes' walk from Castle-Caereinion Station on the Welshpool and Llanfair Railway, M miles from Welshpool, and 36 from Llanfair-Caereinion. MR EDGAR HICKMAN has received instruc- tions from the Representatives of the late Mr Richard Bobb to Sell by Auction on the promises as above, On Thursday, February 4th. the whole of the useful FARMING STOCK AND EFFECTS, comprising— S4 CROSS-BRED SHEEP, 25 HEREFORD & CROSS-BRED CATTLE, 7 Powerful Team HORSES & COLTS, 2 USEFUL PONIES, Agricultural Implements and Tools, Gears, Pony Trap and Harness, Barrel Cburn, Mashing Tub, and a few pieces of Household Furniture, including SEVERAL ANTIQUE PIECES IN OAK. Sale to commence 12-30 prompt. An early attend"r- i u^pectfully solicited. Catalogues ft"'1 information from the Auctioneer N- ) apool. In addition to the above, PLAS TREHELIG, WELSHPOOL, Live Stock and Out-door Effests, by order of Mr R. Taylor, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11TH. FOX INN, TREWERN, Live Stock, Household Furniture and Effects, by order of Mrs Griffiths, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18TH. LADIES' HAIR NETS-HAIR NETS. SM- 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, Human Hair Merchant, 18, SEVERN STREET, NEWTOWN (Opposite the Free Library), 1 • A LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OF SILVER AND ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS FOR Wedding and Other Presents. TURNER BROS. NEWTOWN. M ISC ELL A NEOUS WA NTS. i Safe BB|NI). "Pure English Yeast." \'r. 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 EVANS, THE PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. For Scale of Advertisement Charges see Page 6. DRAPERY-Yn Eisieu Llangc Ieuanc fel Appentice.—Ymofyner a David Lewis, Ty Lundaio, Drt-fnewjdd. 132 ANTED—WORKMAN for March 25tb; V V Cottage and Garden provided.—Apply to E. Jones, Hei'Has, Caersws. 133 WANTED, Workman-Waggdivsr, 25th March, -Apply, Thomas Jonesj Great Weston. Montgomvry. (153) WANTED an Improver to the Bakery Trade, must be a good moulder. Applications to be sent in by February 6th.—The Llanidloes Co-operative Society. (146) WORKMAN WAGGONER Wanted, 25th VV March.—Apply, Richard Pryce, Cwmearl, Sarn. 55 COMFORTABLE and Convenient Apartments C for one or two gentlemen situate on New- road, Newtown. -Apply, Box46, Express Office. APARTMENTS to Let, for one or two gentlemen.—Apply Mrs Andrew, Bryn- goleu, Newtown. (1) HOUSE, with Garden and Stable attached Wanted in vicinity of Newtown.—Apply: Capt. Rundle, Armoury, Newtown. (26) 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) LOST from a Carrier's Cart, between Tregynon and New Mills, on the 12th inst., Two Plymouth Rock Cockerels; single combs.—Infor- mation to P.C. Davies, Tregynon. 77 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) SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. TO BE SOLD by private treaty, 49, Long Bridge-street, Newtown. All that freehold well situated House and Shop, comprising shop, sitting room, kitchens, cellars, 4 bedrooms, and usual out offices —Fuji 'particulars apply: P. Wilson Jones end Dr. ^-TU" *«> Newtown GENUINE Edison Gem Phonograph, small horn, concert trumpet, patent connection, nickel.plated stand, 35 Edison records complete, good as new; X2 10s quick.—1, Park Place, Welshpool. (570) BILLIARDS.—For Sale, best Slate Billiard Table for fitting on dining table, with all accessories; in excellent condition.—For par- ticulars apply to Box 57, Express" Office, Newtown. FOR SALE—Full-sized Furniture Van in good repair; surplus stock of York and Cefn Stone; Brown Glazed Bricks; Hinges, Sash- weights and Windows, Panel Doora, &o.—Apply, Morris & Sons, Builders, Newtown. (151) FOR SALE by Private Treaty—4-horse-power outside works for Chaffing, &c.—Apply, Williams, Dotfor Hall, Newtown. 52 TTNDERTAKERS' and Carriage Proprietora ti Modern Stock for disposal, no reasonable offer refused Hearses, Cars, Coaches, Landaus, Brakes, Hansoms-Catalogues, Marston's, 24, Bradford-street, Birmingham. (293) WALLPAPERS from lid. per Roll. Any Quantity (large or small) supplied at Wholesale Prices. Our Stock exceeds 250,000 Rolls of all Classes. Write for Pattern and say what class you require.—(Dept. 284), The Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. (66) FOR SALE.—Second-hand Chapel Seating, in good condition; suitable for garden and other seats. Also, Second-hand Counter and a large number of New Office Stools.—Apply to Phillips, Builder and Contractor, Newtown. 99 TIMBER. BERRIEW, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. Thelfollowing LOTS to be SOLD by TENDER, JL 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) BUSINESS NOTICE!! MORRIS & SONS, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND UNDERTAKERS, NEWTOWN. J. E" MORRIS Wishes to inform the general public of Newtown and jeighbourhood that he will CARRY ON THE BUSINESS of Builder, Contractor, Undertaker, Plumber, Glazier, Ac., of his late father, Mr Morgan Morris. The Firm vill continue to trade under the same title, Viz: MORRIS & SONS, and J. E. Morris respectfully solicits a continuance 01 the kind patronage with which the Firfi has been favoured in the past. ALL ORDERS will be executed with care and promptitude, and under his personal supervision. ESTIMATES are submitted free for any work that may be required. Waalej Stieet, Nowtown. lOG S BUSINESS CARDS. AS VAIN, 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 cost; 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. VINCENT LLOYD (late W. R. Wood) Jeweilei T and Watchmaker, The Cross, Newtown, naving worked for six years vith one of the largest trade repairers in the United Kingdom, is personally prepared to undertake all kinds of Repairs to Watches, Clocks, and Jewellery,, and guarantees to give every satisfaction. z91 LOGGING -EDMUND HITCHUN begs to C inform the inhabitants of Newtown and District that he still continues to carry on the Clogging Trade in all its branches at Crown Street, Newtown. ANSOM CABS FOR HIRE. Special terms 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: Mrs HANDY, Frankwell. Newtown. ie438 JOHN A. 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. Sarauda'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, Welsbpool. wish to announce that they give the highest prices for Left-off Clothing. Personal calls if required. MAURICE DAVIES, Contractor, has removed from 8, Severn-square, Newtown, to more Convenient Premises, No 9, Old Ladywell Hall Place, Newtown. Workshop and Offioe: BACK OF CLIFTON-TERRACE, where Business will be carried on as usual, Tenders Given for All Classes of Work, Painting, Plumbing, Glazing, Paperhang- 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 in 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 A 8, Broad-street, Welshpool O YOU WANT TO LOOK WELL AND PROSPEROUS P Of oourae you do, who does'ntP JOJllf JoNES, Broad-street, Welshpool, nrfll help yon hy supplying a well-out Suit of the best material at a moderate price. 1;0.. JONXZ* stock of Hats, Collars, Ties, and Glovee is large and up-to-date. If you doubt the veracity of this statement, take the wise man's advice, Proveall things, and hold fast that which is good," by ftuJling at JOHN Joitza. Broad-street. Welshpool. LLANFAIR. IMPORTANT Tp FARMERS.—FOR RIDING JL Saddles and Harness (made on the Premises) go to JOHN EDWARDS, Saddler, Collar and Harness Maker, Llanfair. London Whips, Never Rust" Bits, Sponges, Chamois, Embrocation, <fcc. Water- proo f Knee Rugs. Clotn and Leather Leggings. Special Oil and Blacking for Harness. Agent to the Allianoe Assurance Co. "266 LLANDINAM. R SAVAGE, GROCER, LLANDINAM • keeps Thomas Jones & Co., Limited (Livarpool), Teas. The tea for this neighb our hood. Best quality Groceries, Provisions, &c., a le-vestpric". Flour and Corn Merchant. Q513 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 MASTEB, UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. Cambridge Local Examination Class now forming. Comfortable Home for Boarders. Moderate Terms. 187 T. F. HILES, Head Master. NOTICE. WE HAVE TAKEN OVER THE BUSINESS, OF BACON AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, which was carried on by the late Mr Thomas Humphreys in the Markets of NEWTOWN and WELSHPOOL, Whitchurch and Wrexham and shall be known as HUMPHREYS BROS., FRANK HUMPHREYS, WALTER HUMPHREYS. TO CONSUMERS OF COAL JOHN EVANS, Wholesale & Retail Coal Merchant, NEWTOWN, Has arranged for Quantities of Beat CA-WNOCK CHASE, HANWOOD, AND RUABON COALS at Rock Bottom Prices, and is prepared to give PURCHASERS THE BENEFIT. ARTIFICIAL MANURESPure Dissolved Bone, Superphosphates Basic Slag, Kainit, Agricultural Salt, Ac., &c., always in Stock. In Truck Loads to any Station. F. H. NEWMAN, CONFECTIONER, Tobacconist and Fruiterer, 13, Broad Street, Newtown. All classes of Sweets and Choaolates kept in stock. DON'T FORGET YE OLDB TOFFEB SHOPPB. PUBLIC NOTICES. MONTGOMERYSHIRE Hunters' Improvement and Brood Mare Society. President: DAVID DAVIES, Esq- M.P. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Of the above Society will be held at the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOW,N On TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, At 11 a.m. The Chair will be taken by the President. Applications for Membership are invited. ERNEST C. MORGAN, Secretary, (150) 22, High Street, Newtown. 0 Village Hall, Caersws. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th. A GRAND PIANOFORTE RECITAL BY MISS MARIE NOYELLO WILLIAMS. SOPRANO: MISS ELIZABETH HALL, Burry Port, Cardiff. CONTRALTO: Miss WINIFRED LEWIS, Senghenydd, Cardiff. (Winner of every possible prize at the last two National Eisteddfodau); ftom the Queen's Hall. Albert Hall, & St. James Hall Concerts, London,) BARITONE MR WILLIAM KLPNWA Y. Birmingham. ACCOMPANIST Miss BLANCHE JOHN, Dinas Powis, Cardiff. ADMISSION-2j-, 1/ and 6d. Doors open at 7; Concert at 7-30 o'clock. Public Hall, Newtown, Feb. 13th. MOCHDBE. A TEA AND COMPETITIVE MEETING Will be held in the WESLEY AN CHAPEL on MAY 13th. Programmes shortly from the (142) Hon. Sec., Mr. J. E. Lloyd. NEWTOWN HARMONIC AND ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. CHORAL & ORCHESTRAL PRACTICE At the CRESCENT SCHOOLROOM, Tuesday Evenings at 8 o'clock. Handel's MESSIAH." Applications for Membership to the Secretary— Mr. FRANK JONES, 134 The Cross. MR. J. MEIRION EVANS UNDERTAKES TUITION IN VOICE-PRODUCTION & VOCAL TRAINING. Musical Adjudicator and Conductor of ChoiaJ Festivals. Terms-Moderate. I Address :-HTIPBYDLIC, CAERSWS. G450 PROPERTIES TO LET ARDENS TO LET from 25th March next, and some with immediate possession.— Apply te Bennett Rowlands, estate agent, New- town. (128) TO LET, with immediate possession, Milford Cottage, Newtown.—Apply on the premises. TO LET, excellent Three-stall Stable (with small Coach-house attached. -Apply at the Music Salon, Newtown. (523) TO LET, a Desirable Dwelling-house in Gas-street.—Apply: Manager, Gas works, Newtown. (645) LA.NIDLOES.-To Let with immediate pos- JLj session, a Fully-licensed Public House situate in the main street.—Apply to Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Newtown. (48) TO BE LET—Red House Farm, Forden; a Sound and Desirable Upland Farm of 175 acres, about three-fourths Pasture. Also, Stock- ton Smithy, near Chirbury, comprising House, Blacksmith's Shop, and Land, about 5 acres, more can be had if required.—Apply to E. H. Morris and Son, Land Agents, Chirbury, Shropshire. 105 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. Protty Shrubbery, Lawn & Kitchen Garden. Rent, .225.-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 Wefr sSeet For Particulars, apply to- POWELL & JARVIS, (400) Solicitors, Newtown. JPLASCAECRWN, NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. TO BE LE T 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 A JARVIS, (711) Solicitors, Newtown. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. 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) The National Society for The Prevention of Cruelty to Children. A PUBLIC MBETING In connection with the above Society will be held in the PUBLIC HALL, Newtown, On Friday Next, February 5th, at 2-30 p.m. The Rev. CANON C. M. WOOSNAM, M.A., has kindly consented to preside. MR. J. C. TEASDALE (of the Society's Central Office) will speak on the Society's National Work. You are Cordially Invited to Attend. 135 NEWTOWN PARISH CHURCH. SOCIAL EVENING IN THE PUBLIC HALL, Thursday, 11th February. At 8 o'clock. DRAMATIC & MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. DA,VCING-CEDL?wAi-v BAND. TICKETS—ONE SHILLING. Refreshments 9 o'clock to 10-30 o'clock included. 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 thereafter), on HENBLAS FARM, LLANWNOG. President: Mias B. Â. MYTTON (Welshpool). A DINNER will be provided at the Mytton Arms, Pontdolgoch, at 4 p.m. on the Evening of the Matches: Tickets, 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. Vioe-Chairman: Mr J. Williams, Plasydeuon: and Mr S. Jones, Gwastadcoed. Treasurer: Mr D. T. Francis, Tynyrwtra. Secretary: Mr. E B. ROWLANDS, Talbot, Llanwnog, Caerews. ADMISSION (by Ticket) SIXPENCE. 58 NEWTOWN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. Under the auspices of the Educational Committee A GRAND SOIREE Will be held in the VICTORIA HALL, Feb. 18th. On March 11th, in the PUBLIC HALL, AN ILLUSTRATED LECTURE on Irlam Soap Works," will be given by Mr W. HARRISON, C.W.S., Manchester, to be followed by Grand Cinematograph Display. WASHING COMPETITIONS FOR MEN. Mr. T. R. BRIDGEWATER (President) in the chair. See Small Bills. (116) THE CENTRAL MONTGOMERYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL MATCHES IN PLOUGHING, HEDGING A DITCHING, Competition of Horses, Brood Mares, also Horse shoeing Competition, 4c., will be held (weather permitting) On Thursday, February 25th, Or first Open Thursday thereafter, ON BELAN-NEWYDD FARM, BETTWS. PRKSIDBNT THE RIGHT HON. LORD JOICEY. A DINNER will be Provided at Bettwa at 4 p.nL on the evening of the Matches. Refreshments will also be provided during the day at a moderate charge. Entry Forms and Schedules may be had from the Secretary on application, and all Entriee are to be sent to him on or before Friday, Feb. 19th. Chairman of Committee, W. SCOTT OWEN, Esq., Cefngwifpd; Vioe-Chairman, Mr. A. WOOSNAK* Brithdir; Treasurer, Mr T. JONES, Bryallyw&rch Secretary— D. LLOYD HAMER, The Lane, Tregynon, Newtown. (121) Admission by Ticket-Sixpence. KERRY FLOWER SHOW I: SPORTS. THE SIXTEENTH ANNUAL FESTIVAL Will be held On Saturday, August 21st. PRESIDENT—J. E. POUNDLEY, Esq., J.P. Particulars on application to the Secretary— (136) S. M. BBZZXR