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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole THE REVEL, BERRIEW. On Wednesday Next, April 7th. 41 CROSS-BRED EWES, with their strong Lambs, 3 CROSS-BRED CATTLE, A well-known COB MARE and 2 COLTS. 2 Traps, Harness, Hay, Implements, Butchers' Toole, and a quantity of Household Furniture. By order of Mrs Robert Jones. Sale at 2 o'clock. MORRIS, MARSHALL, & POOLE, (416) Auctioneers. GRIG HOUSE, ABERMULE. On Wednesday, April 21st. SALE OF VALUABLE LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, by order of Mr W. B. Morris. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (453) Auctioneers. LLWYNYBRAIN, Caersws, 5 miles from Newtown. Important and Attractive Unreserved Sale of the whole of the High-class Agricultural Stock comprising— The Sound and Healthy Flock of 358 KERRY HILL SHEEP, The well-bred Herd of 121 HEREFORD CATTLE, 12 SHIRE HORSES AND COLTS, 23 HACKS. COBS, AND PONIES, and an extensive collection of Modern FARM IMPLEMENTS & MACHINERY which will be sold by auction by "ftTESSRS. MORRIS. MARSHALL & POOLE •1*1- On Thursday, April 22nd, by order of Messrs J. &. R. Phillips, who are leaving. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Salop. (419) LLANB AD AR N-FYNYDD. THE ANNUAL STORE STOCK SALE Will be held On Friday, April 23rd. c Early Entries Solicited MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (309) Auctioneers. Messrs. Gillart & Sons. By Order of the Mortgagee. COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. PARISH OF MOCHDRE. To be Offered for Sale by Public Auction by MESSRS GILLART & SONS, at the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, On Tuesday, 20th April, At 2-30 p.m., The Desirable UPLAND FARM CALLED "ERW GROSE," otherwise PENTRE," situate about four miles from Newtown, adjoining the road leading from the direction of Rhayader, and producing an annual rental of X20. The property includes a Stone-built Dwelling-house, with a useful set of Outbuildings, and embraces area of about 27a. lr. 12p. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale, tnay be had from Messrs Busk, Mellor & Morris, *5, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.; Messrs Williams, Gittins and Taylor, Newtown; or the Auctioneers, Machynlleth. c (438) DON'T BORROW IN YOUR OWN TOWN. Where you and the Lender are known. Don't pay 2s 6d in the X interest (for a week ?) The B. F. C. being expressly established and registered pursuant to Act of Parliament cannot, and do not, advertise bogus rates. PRIVATE ADVANCES, £ 10 to X5,000, without sureties, publicity, or delay. No Loan Office routine. Interest and Repayments lowest in England. -tlo Loan 12s monthly .£50 Loan 48s monthly <20 kl „ J ieioo „ £ 5 Other amounts proportionately. Distance no object, as Cash can be brought to your house. PROSPECTUS FREE on stating amount required. BRITISH FINANCE CO., 82, Market-street, Manchester. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, Sickness, Employers' Liability, Burglary & Fidelity Guarantee Risks Insured Agains C't- by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO., CAPITAL (fully subscribed), £ 1,000,000. Claims Paid-P,5,600,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON, A. VIAN, Secretary. AGENTS AT Aberystwyth—Mr E. J. DAVIES, 23, North Parade. Newtown-Mr J. EDWARDS, Cambrian Railways Welshpool—Mr T. PRYCE, Cambrian Railways 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 GW AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES CALL AND INSPECT THE STOCK before you buy anywhere else. ADDRESS- 9. BROAD ST., WELSHPOOL- SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs P. Wilson-Jones & Davis. BERRIEW STOCK SALES. On Friday, April 16th. SALE OF FAT & STORE STOCK. Early entries solicited. (411) TYMAWR, MANAFON. SALE OF LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK. (%/TESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS -i_Y_L have been favoured with instructions from Mr Evans to Sell by Auction, On Wednesday, April 21st, The whole of his LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK. ABERNANT, GARTHMYL. SALE OF ANTIQUE & MODERN FURNITURE, IMPLEMENTS & EFFECTS. jlTESSRS. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS IXJL have received instructions from Mr W. C. Black to Sell by* Auction, On Thursday, April 22nd, The Whole of his VALUABLE FURNITURE (including many valuable pieces in Old Oak), Implements and Out-door Effects. Full particulars of the above in next week's issue. MARKET HALL. NEWTOWN. Thursday, April 29th. IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, by in- structions from a gentleman who is leaving the town. Full particulars in due course. (449) CAERSWS STOCK SALE, Friday, April 23rd NEWTOWN STOCK SALES, Monday and Tuesday, April 26th and 27th. LLANBRYNMAIR STOCK SALE, Monday, April 26th. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIES, (450) Auctioneers. HE.AD OFFICE: High-street, Newtown. FARMERS, COTTAGERS AND GARDENERS. We have a Large Stock of Seed Oats, Spring Wheat, Barley, Peas, Vetches, Clover, and Grasses. Finest Tested Seeds at Lowest Possible Prices. Seed Potatoes, from Scotland and other Special Seed Producers Viz., Early Rose, Ashleaf Kidney, Beauty of Hebron (White and Pink), Duke of York, Puritans, White Rose, Sharpe's Express, Snowdrop, Windsor Castle, Epicure, Eclipse, Etc.—Late Kinds (Scotch) Bountiful, Triumphs, Up-to-date, Langworthy, Factor, Duchess of Cornwell, from 3/- to 3/6 per Cwt. Special Quotations for one and two ton Lots; carriage paid to any station. DAVID EVANS, PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. P.S,-Compare prices before booking orders. THE CHEAPEST AND BEST MANURE IS BILSTON SLAG. ONE QUALITY-THE BEST. COAL To St it all Customers, Wholesale to any Station Cannock, North Stafford, Hanwood, and North WiLlan finals alwavs keot in stock. Dealer in Lime, Superphosphate Kainit and Moss Litter. DAVID HAMER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL COAL MERCHANT, Railway Whart. NEWTOWN. SPRING HAS COME. A Special Show The Newest of the New Season's Goods NOW ON VIEW. MILLINERY, LADIES' SKIRTS, BLOUSES, &c. THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN GLOVES, TIES, SCARVES' &c. Fashionable, but not expensive. MRS. H. H. EVANS, CROWN SHOP, High-street, NEWTOWN. TO FARMERS. ANDREW BREESE (SUCCESSOR TO MORGAN & SONS), THE CROSS. NEWTOWN, DESIRES TO DRAW SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS VARIED STOCK OF Home-grown Red Clovers, Cow Grass and other Clovers, Rye Grasses & Mixed Natural Grasses for Permanent Pasture, WHICH HE IS PREPARED TO OFFER AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. A SPECIAL MIXTURE OF CLOVERS AND GRASSES is strongly recommended. It has given great satisfaction for some years past, and cornea at & very low figure, (266) SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Cooke Bros. and Roberts. &5T This Day (Tuesday), April 6th. GLANDULAS, LLANIDLOES. ATTRACTIVE SALE OF AGRICULTURAL STOCK. Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (326) Auctioneers. €W Wednesday, April 7th. GLANDULS. LLANIDLOES. INTERESTING SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale at 1 o'clock. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (327) Auctioneers MELIN-Y-GLOCH, In the parish of Aberhafesp, 3 miles from Caersws, and 4i miles from Newtown. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS are instructed by the Trustee of the Estate of Mrs M. A. Phillips, to Sell by Auction (without reserve), upon the premises, as above, On Thursday, April 15th, The Whole of the Live and Dead FARMING bTOCK. comprising- 11 HEREFORD CATTLE, 40 CROSS-BRED SHEEP, 2 VALUABLE CART HORSES, 12 Couples of Fowls, a Collection of Agricultural IMPLEMENTS, also the whole of the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, the Contents of DAIRY include Oa-c Barrel Churn, Dairy Utensils, Cheese Press, &c., £ c. Luncheon at 12 o'clock. Sale to Commence at 1 o'clock punctually. (394) 94- Wednesday, April 21st. TMPORTANT SALF OF HIGH CLASS FUR- i NITURE; RARE OLD OAK PIECES. A Collection of Valuable Old Pewters, Lustree, China, Sheffield Plate, Pictures, &c., by favour of instructions received from His Honour Judge William Evans, Broomcliffe, Llanidloes. (328) NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCES & BUILDING SITES MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS. F.A.I., will Sell by Auction at the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, on Friday, the 23rd April, At 3 o'clock in the Afternoon and subject to conditions, All Those FOUR DESIRABLE VILLA RESIDENCES known as .< BRYNLL YS," situate on the Fron, Newtown, together with SEVERAL PLOTS OF LAND, forming EXCELLENT BUILDING SITES. The whole property will in the first instance be offered in One Lot, and if not sold will then be offered in convenient Lots. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or POWELL & JAR VIS, (395) Solicitors, all of Nawtown. Cooke Bros. and Roberts' Fixtures. April 6th—GLANDULAS, LLANIDLOES. At- tractive Sale of High-class Live and Dead Farming Stock. April 7th—GLANDULAS, LLANIDLOES. In- teresting Sale of the Antique and Modern Furniture. April 13th—ABERDOVEY, 13, Tregmwell. Safe of Household Furniture and Effects. April 15th—MELIN-Y-GLOCH, TREGYNON. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, and Household Furniture. April 19th.—DYFFRYN. Sale of Land. April 21st—BARMOUTH, Tanybryn." Sale of Household Furniture and Effects, by order of the Rev Z. Mathers. April 22nd.—LLANIDLOES, Public Rooms. Sale of Antique and Modern Furniture, by order of His Honour Judge William Evans. April 23rd.—NEWTOWN. Sale of Villa Resi- dences—" Brynllys,and Building Sites, Newtown. April 24th—LLANIDLOES. Monthly Sale of Fat and Store Cattle. April 27th.—NEWTOWN, Auction Mart. Sale of Dog Carts, Harness, Household Furniture and Effects. April 28th.—NEWTOWN. Sale of Freehold Property, Park House, Park-street, recently in the occupation of the late Mrs Edwards. April 30th.-LLANDINAM, Cwmffrwyd. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, and a portion of the Household Furniture, by order of Mr Edward D. Morris. Chief Offices: High-street, Newtewn, China- street, Llanidloes, and Old Post Offices Chambers, Aberystwyth. (101) ABERYSTWYTH. HIGH CLASS BOARDING ESTABLISH- JLL MENT AND PRIVATE HOTEL, situate on the best part of the Promenade, handsomely decorated and choicely furnished throughout, to be sold before the season commences, with immediate possession, at much less than the cost of the Furniture. The House has been well advertised, and pos- sesses a large and wealthy clientele. The are 19 Bedrooms and the usual Reception Rooms. An exceptional opportunity of acquiring an up-to-date Establishment. For further particulars apply to Messrs COOKE BROS. &ROBERTS, F.A,.I., F.S.T., Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. (396) Eagle Brewery, Newtown. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS S. POWELL, BREWER, MALTSTER, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT. SPECIALLY HOME BREWED HARVEST ALES 8d., 10d. & Is. per Gall. Made from the Choicest Malt and Hope. DUBLIN and other STOUTS in all Size Casks. Agent for Welshpool-PABBT. Victoria VauJta SALES BY ACTION. Sales by Mr. V. Story. DOLGEAD UCHA, LANFAIR, On Tuesday. Aril 6th. 10 HEREFORD CATTLE 21 CROSS-BRED EWES vith or in lamb, Shropshire Ram, Young5ow in pier, 2 Store Pigs, Agricultural Impiments, Household Furniture. Sale at One o'clclr. (451) FRONEITHIN, LLNFAIR, On Tuesday, Apil 13th. 3 HEREFORD CATTLE, Wll.harvested Mea- dow Hay, Out-door Sects, Household Furniture. Sale at One o'clck. (452) Thursday, April 8th-Sale at Moelddolwen, Llanerfyl, of Agricultural mplements, Dairy Vessels, Household Furnitre. Friday, April 16th-Sale at bntrobert of sub- stantial Household Fmiture, including several pieces in Old Oak. good assortment of Blacksmith's Tools, tiantity of Iron, and Ot-door Effects. Tuesday, April 20th-Sale at Eynmair, Llanfair. of valuable Household Funiture, including numerous pieces in Oak, Mahogany, and Walnut; Agricultural Imienionts, Dogcart, Harness, &c. Friday, April 23rd—Sale at Nwbridge, Meifod, of Household Furniture Dairy Vessels, Agricultural Implements, Iogcart, Two Sets Brass-mounted Harness, &c Tuesday, April 27th-Sale at trosfa, Llansant- ffraid, of superior HousehoU Furniture. Wednesday, April 2Sth-Sale at Pleasant Mount, Llangadfan, of Farm Stcjk, Agricultural Implements, Household Funiture. Apply for Catalogues to Mr W.;tory, Auctioneer and Valuer, Llanfair, Mont. (247) ,8 Frank Lloyd and Sons. 750 HORSES.—50 Gns. Prizes. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD & SONS INVITE ENTRIKS FOR- APRIL 27th & 28th—Hunters, Harness Horses, Hackneys, Show Horses, Cobs and Ponies. APRIL 29th.—Heavy, Lurry, Van; and Young Horses. Enter Early to secure best positions. Entries Close Monday, April 19th. (429) ISFRYN HüVSE, BRYN STREET, NEWTOWN, FOR Ladies' & Children's Dr69smaking And Underclothing, Etc. > DRESS MATERIALS IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES. MRS. 0. EDWARDS. MONTGOMERYSHIRE HUNTERS' IMPROVEMENT AND BROOD MARE SOCIETY. President: DAVID DAVIES, ESQ., M.P., Llandinam. The Thorough-bred Stallion LIKELY BIRD Will serve a limited number of Mares. The Minimum. Subscription for Membership of the Society is -tl Is. per annum. Members will be allowed to nominate one mare for an additional fee of 10/6 t and 2/6 Groom's Fee. Member may also nominate additional Mares at In Is. each and 2/6 Groom's Fee. A few nominations will be accepted from NOXI-menibers-Fee: Thorough-bred Mares JB4 4s; Half-bred Mares X2 2s. and 5/- Groom's Fee. Application for Nominations and Membership should be made to ERNEST C. MORGAN, Secretary (448) 22, High Street, Newtown. COSTUMES, COATS, DRESSES, CHILDREN'S GARMENTS, BLOUSES, CORSETS, UNDERCLOTHING, DRESS FABRICS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS. MOURNING ORDERS—a Speciality. FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES. SW PATTERNS in the Newest Designs and Colours-Now Ready. R. & S. MORGAN, SHORT BRIDGE, NEWTOWN. MISCELLANBOUS WANTS. SAFE BRAND. "Pure English Yeast." NEW HOPS, 10d., is., & is. 3d. FAMILY FLOUR at Millers' Prices. 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. OOOKS, Housekeepers & Housemaids Wanted also, Barmaids require situations. Ladies waited upon.—Mrs Harris, Registry Office. Wellington Crescent, Welshpool. (405) BOOT REPAIRER for all-round work must be steady man.—Apply, Brown and Co., Bridgp-street, Newtown. (356) OOOK-General, wanted at once for Newtown.— C Apply, stating wages required, and giving reference to Box 392, Express Office. WANTED, about 40 tons of well-harvested Meadow Hay, delivered in lots aa required at Llandinam Station. Free from tops and bottoms, and trussed. -Tenders and samples to be sent to John Courtenay, Llandinam Hall Stables, Llandinam. (364) WANTED, Reliable Man as Cowman; cottage rent free references required.—Apply David Jones, Nyodd, Hendidley, Newtown. (264) WANTED, Apprentices to the Millinery.— Applications to Miss Downing, Broad- street, Newtown. (224) FORMS OF NOTICE by Domestic Servants JD and other Employees. One Pefiny each.— No. 19, Broad-street, Newtown. WORKMAN wanted, 25th Marc'i or later, understand farm work and stock. House and garden cloae.-J. Stokes, Cwmygaist, Llan- bister Road, Radnorshire. (305) ClOOK-GENERAL wanted for May, two in J family.—Apply early to Mrs Davies, Oak Villa, Newtown. (399) WANTED in May a good Cook-General. No washing, but must be a good ironer.— Apply Mrs George Thomas, Gorphwysfa (398) WAITED, a Milliner.—Apply: Williams, Old Post Office, Llanbrynmair. (316) WANTED, an Improver in the Grocery and Flour Trade.—Apply Williams, Old Post Office, Llanbrynmair. (317) HOUSE-MAID and Kitchen-maid wanted.— It Apply Mrs Breese, Fear Hotel, Newtown. OMFORTABLE APAR'RMENTS to let for C two yonng gentlemen on Now-road, Now- two yonng gentlemen on New-road, New- town.—Apply Box 442, Express' Office, Newtown. WANTED Assistant to Grocery and Provision business.—Parsons, Stores, Machynlleth. ANTED-Parcbsio or Rent. Large size W Warehouse and Yard, central part of Newtown, from August 1st, 1909.-Foxall and Co., Qil_ Stores, Welshpool. (338) WANTED, a respectable Young Person as working help, also strong Yonng Girl as general, for small family at Snowfield, Kerry. -Apply: Miss Morgan, The Pines. Newtown. WANTED, a good, General Servant, able to do plain cooking.—Apply: Mrs Bennett, Celynog, Newtown. (445) TRUSTWORTHY Housekeeper Wanted by small Farmer, Would not object to a widow with few children. — Box 433, Express Office, Newtown. TO LET—Front Sitting Room and..Bedroom; pleasantly situated.—Apply, Box 436, Express Office. STRAYED to Fachwen, Aberhafesp, a cross- bred sheep, if not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—S. Morgan. (457) STRAYED from Gilfach, Kerry, 10 Yearling Ewes; pitch mark on left side; eight with letter H and compass—thus (H),—two with plain H, with dot of raddle on shoulder.—Any informa- tion will be thankfully received by Messrs Howell or P.C. Hopkins, Kerry. (440) BOOK DEBTS Purchased, any quantity, large lists preferred. Cash down, no waiting.— W. Jackson. 26, Corporation-st., Manchester. (314) SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY, FOR SALE, 3 or 4 tons of well-harvested hay.—Apply Mr Richard Lloyd, Berriew. /GOVERNESS CAR for Sale; complete with IT lamps and cushions; in good condition.— Apply, Humphreys, Wheelwright Abermule. 360 OR SALE a few tons of Prime Meadow Hay well harvested.—Apply: D. Morgan, Pines, Newtown. (372) Newtown. (372) IMPORTANT NOTICE—Owing to the owner J- of the Property requiring possession of our Stores on May 1st. the whole of the Stock of Goods, etc., will be sold at less than cost price to save the expense of removal to Welshpool. Foxall and Co., Old Church-street, Newtown. TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, about Sixty Tons of well-harvested meadow Hay.—Apply, P. WiUon-Jones & Davis, Newtown. (299) TO BE SOLD by piivate tfeaty, 49, Liong Bridge-street, Newtown. All that freehold well situated House and Shop, comprising shop, sitting room, kitchens, cellars, 4 bedrooms, and usual out oflices.-Full particulars apply: P. Wilson Jones and Davis, Estate Agents, Newtown ENUINE Edison Gem Phonograph, small horn, concert trumpet, patent connection, nickel-plated stand, 35 Edison records complete, good as new; J62 10s quick.—1, Park Place, Welshpool. (570) TTNDERTAKERS* and Carriage Proprietors U Modern Stock for disposal, no reasonable offer refused Hearses, Cars, Coaches, Landaus, Brakes, Hansoms-Catalogues, Mars ton'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), Th Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. (66) FOR SALE—Corrugated Iron Roef Shed, 18 feet by 11 feet; large size Galvanised Iron Corn Bin; Lady and Gent's Saddles; Sundry Harness, Full-size Spring Cart, 500 Whitewash and Bass-brooms, 20 empty Oil Barrels; to be sold at a low price before May 1st to save cost of removal.-Foxall & Co., Old Church Street, Newtown. (386) OR SALE.—BUFF ORPINGTONS: six'08 Hens and one '08 Cockeril, unrelated, in full lay, Cook's strain, splendid birds, 35/- the lot; approval. Eggs for sitting 3/- per doz. Also, PLYMOUTH ROCKS: four '08 Hen and one un- related '08 Cockeril, 25/- the lot; approval. Eggs for sitting 3/- per doz.—J. R. Jones, 3, Ladywell stieet, Newtown. THE POCKET PRAYER BOOK & HYMNS. Only to be had at Phillips's, No. 19, Broad- street, Newtown. PROPERTIES TO LET TO BE LET, May 1st, Bank Cottage, Gas- JL street; also, Two Warehouse Rooms in Market-street.—Apply, Morgan, Pines, Nowtown. HMO LET, a Desirable Dwelling-house in X Gas-street.—Apply Manager, Gasworks, Newtown. (645) ^110 LET, excellent Three-stall Stable (with X small Coach-house attached. -Apply at the Music Salon, Newtown. (523 DETACHED Cottage, 8 rooms, gardens and D pasture, at Llsin mere wig. -Apply: Butt Monumental Works, Newtown. (377), TO LET, immediately, The Llea6t, in the parish of Trefeglwys, with 20 Acres of Land. Apply: 61, New-road, Newtown (390) TO LET, No. 3, Pier Villas, Towyn, 2 Sitting Rooms, Dining Room, Kitchen, 6 Bedrooms, &c., rent moderate.-Apply J. Edwards, Bryn- ffynon, Machynlleth. (270) TO LET, in centre of Newtown, a commodious -L House and Shop. suitable for grocery business -Apply: Box No. 294, -1 Expresr, Office, Newtown. TO LET, Brynhyfryd, Newtown, with Garden and Orchard, with immediate possession, rent .£25 per annum.-Apply, Cooke Bros. and Roberts. (322) TO LET 33, Park-street, Newtown contain- ing Double-fronted Shop, Kitchen and Scullery; Sitting Room, 3 Bedroems, and 2 Attics; a Good Cellar in base; also Lock-up Yard.—For particulars, apply to J. Jones, Coal Merchant, Canal House. (253) TO BE LET from 1st May next, ''Bayllouse," Newtown, consisting of large Dining and Drawing Rooms, Living Room. Pantry, Scullery, and large Cellar on ground floor, Sitting Room and 7 Bedrooms, with locked-up Yard, Out- buildings, and a large Garden adjoining.—Apply to Bennett Rowlands, Land and House Agent, Newtown. (391) j 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 bouse contains 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, 4 Bedrooms and Bathroom, together with usual Offices. Protty Shrubbery, Lawn & Kitchen Garden. Rant, .£25.-For particulars apply to Powell & Jarvis, Newtown. (448) GARDENS. GARDENS to be Let in Bryn-street and on Llanfair-road, some with immediate posses- sion, others on the 25th March next.—Apply to Bennett Rowlands, Land and House Agent, Newtown. (176) TO LET IN NEWTOWN. COMMODIOUS Lock-up Shop (in High-street), adjoining Market Hall. Convenient Build- ings and Pasture Fields suitable for Milk-walk, Warehouse in Weir-street.—For particulars apply to Powell and Jarvis, Solicitors, Newtown. r-.iHE GREA T WELSH REMEDY. UAVtES S COUGH MIXTURE RELIEF FROM DAVJES'S COUGH MIXTURE COUGH DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE IN S MINUTES DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Coughs DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Colds DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Asthma DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Bronchitis DAVIES'S COUGH MiXTURE for Hoarseness DAVIES'S COUG:f MIXTURF 4r Influenza DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE jr lor Coughs MVIES S COUO* MIXTPfe- for Sore Throat DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE"TKkr Sootfcifig DAVIES'S COLCt) MIXTURE Warms the Chest DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE dissolves the Phlegm I DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Singers DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE for Public Speakers DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE By Chemists evvywfcere DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE J3*(l. & 2/9. Postage 3d. } DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE Proprietor— A DAVIES'S COUGH MIXTURE HUGH DAVIES, SEEDS, PLANTS, &c. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR SEEDS AND PLANTS, ITS IMPORTANT That you should see about planting at once to get the full benefit. I shall be pleased to supply with the verv best Drocur&ble Gradus Pea (1st earley), 7d per pint; Duke of Albany Pea (2nd earley), 7d pint; Gladstone Pea (late), 7d pint. Bunyard's Exhibition Broad Bean (green and white), 4d pint; Canadian Wonder (dwarf bean) 6d pint; Ne Plus Ultra Runner Bean, 7d pint; The Czar Runner Bean, 8d pint. Carter's Perfection Beet, 3d and 6d per packet; Sutton's Crimson Globe, Id, 2d and 3d per packet; Broccoli Snows Winter White, 2d and 3d packet; Brussels Sprouts (The Wroxton). 2d and 3d per packet. Cabbage Enfield Market, Flower of Spring, Daniel's Defiance, &c., 2d & 3d. Carrot: Altringham, Intermediate, St. Valerys and Carter's Earley Market, 4d ounce. Cauliflower: Eclipse and Autumn Giant, 2d and 3d. Cress, Lettuce, Mustard, Parsley, Radish, Parsnips in Id packets. Onion: Ailsa Craig, 6d and Is packet; Rousham Park Hero, 6d per ounce; Bedfordshire Champion, 4d ounce; Silver Skin (for pickling), 4d per ounce. Turnip Dobbie's Model, Orange Jelly, and Carter's Jersey Lily, Id per packet. Vegetable Marrow (mixed), Id per packet.—All Orders to the Value of 1/6 Carriage Paid. SWEET PEAS. King Edward VII, Dcrothy Eckford, Black Knight, Dainty, Countess Spencer, Etta Dyke, Lord Nelson, Lady Grisel Hamilton, Helen Lewis, TT T7'- 'to non. airs a. menyon, neien nerce, Henry Eckford.—I will send the above Twelve Giant Exhibition Sweet Peas for 1/6, delivered to your door, or half above quantity delivered for lOid. WALLFLOWERS. I have some thousands of these beautiful plants for disposal at the following prices: Mixed, trans- planted last autumn (good strong plants, not long, weaklv plants), 9d for Twelve, 116 for Thirty-six, 41- per Hundred. Sage Plants Id per root; Thyme Plants, 2d per dozen. Pansies: White, Blue, Yellow and other varieties, Id. each. CABBAGE PLANTS. Enfield Market, 1/- 100; Flower of Spring, 1/- 100; Webbs' Emperor. 1/- 100. All transplanted last autumn. Special quotations for 500 and upwards. Delivered, carriage paid, for 1/2; any one variety selected per 100. SEED POTATOES. Sharp's Express, 141bs 1/6 Triumph 141bs 1/3 Duke of York, 14lbsl/6 British Queen, 141bs 1/3 Early Rose 14lbs 1/6 Up-to-date 141bs 1/. Factor, Dobbie's 14lbs 1/3 Special quotations for 1 cwt and upwards (the above are for on rail at Kerry only. SILCOCK'S CALF MEAL, Delivered to any Station at 12/6 owt, 5 cwt. lots 12/- cwt. All Calf Raisers should give this Meal a Trial. fZr Send for my CATALOGUE of Garden and Farm Seeds. ADDRESS F. WATKINS, Seedsman, Florist and Plant Grower, KERRY, and Kerry Station. MONTG. P.S.-F. Watkim attends Newtown Market Every Tuesday and Saturday. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. CATHOLIC SERVICE ROOM WESLEY STREET, NEWTOWN. SERVICES FOR SUNDAY NEXT- Holy Communion, 9 a.m. Mass 10 30 a.m. Evening Service, 6 30 p.m. BONT, LLANBRYNMAIR. EISTEDDFOD, Good Friday, 1909. A PRIZE of .£1 1,9. is offered to a Party of not less than 12 for the best rendering of Hail to the Sweet Music (" Clodite ha fiwsig."). Commencing at 6-30 p.m. (427) llanbrynmair. Good Friday, 1909, EISTEDDFOD. MUSICAL ADJUDICATOR Mr Howell Vaughan Davies. CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITIONS :— 1.—Mixed Choir Competition (16 in number) Y Gwanwyn (Miller). Prize, k2 2s. 2.-Party of Eight, "Mi welaf mewn Adgof" (Dr. Parry). Prize, J61 Is. 3-Duet (any selection). Prize, XI Is. 4.-Solo (any selection). Prize, jgl Is. Intending competitors to send in their names on or before March 31st Competitors in Nos. 3 and 4 to enclose ar. entrv fee of Is., which will be returned on the day of Eisteddfod. Full list of subjects (I jd.) to be obtained from, the Secretary J. MORGAN. (385) BETTWS C. M. CHAPEL. The ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD in connection O. with the above will be held on EASTER T°N?AY^i A^}L ^-(Miss) J. L LEW* Tynybanadl, Bettws, Hon. Sec. (60) PUBLIC HALL, NEWTOWN. TUESDAY, APRIL 13th. J. BENNETT HAS PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING MRS. BROWN-POTTER, Supported by MADAME PERELLI. Operatic Soprano. MR JAMIESON DODDS. Baritone. MR OLDBCJRY BROUGH, Society Entertainer, MR HAROLD E. SCOTT, Pianist, Reserved Seats, 3s; 2s. Admission, Is. Special arrangements for Schools. Plan and Tickets at Phillips' Music Salon To Commence at 8 o'clock. NEW SPRING MILLINERY AT MISS DOWNING'S, 28. Broad-street, NEWTOW3T. NEW GOODS FOR SPRING FOR LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR. MILLINERY, DRESS MATERIALS, DRESS SKIRTS, UNDERWEAR, ETC., AT LOWEST PRICES; DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES. SERVANTS' PRINT DRESSES IN STOCK, OR TO ORDER. A Big Range of Patterns. j Holland and Hessian Aprons. PRINT OVERALLS In Good Washing Patterns, l/6i to 2/11. OUR LADIES' 1/- CASHMERE STOCKING is Unequalled for Value. POWELL AND RIDOUT, Bournemouth House, Broad-street, NEWTOWN,