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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poote SHORT NOTICE" OF PEREMPTORY SALE. LION HOTEL. MACHYNLLETH. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE J3-L have received instructions from the Sheriff of Montgomeryshire to Sell by Auction on the above premises, in the occupation of Mrs Knight, This Day (Tuesday) April 20th, THE POSTING PLANT AND OUTDOOR EFFECTS, Comprising 4 USEFUL HACKNEYS AND PONIES, Viz., Chestnut Mare, 7 years old, 15-2 hands; a Bay Mare, aged, 15-1 hands both quiet to ride and diive, and the well-known pair of smart Bay Pony Geldings, aged, about 12-2 hands, quiet and good movers. THE CARRIAGES AND HARNESS Comprise an Excellent Brougham by Rees, Aberystwyth Two well-built Waggonettes and a Smart Dog-Cart, all complete and in good con- dition; Station Bus; Set of Brass Mounted Double Harness; Ditto for ponies; Set of Brass Mounted Single Harness; Bus Harness; Odd Harness; Gent's Saddle and Bridle; and a Narrow-wheel Cross-kill Cart, and Set of Shaft Gears; also a Portion of the VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS Comprising a number of Excellent Pieces in Old Oak, Mahogany, and other Woods, and including a 7ft. 6in. Chippendale Sideboard with Old Brass Handles; a handsome Walnut 6ft. Sideboard with raised Plate Glass Back; Old Oak Bureau; Oak Linen Chpst Valuable 8-day and other Clocks; Pianoforte in Walnut Case; Large Mahogany Extending Dining Table and other Tables; Set of 6 Old Mahogany Frame Chairs; a number of easy and single Chairs, and the Up-to-date FURNISHINGS OF 8 BED CHAMBERS, Including well-made Suites, Modern Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Carpets, and other effects. Sale at 2 o'clock. Auctioneers' Offices Chirbury, Shropshire. —— — GRIG HOUSE, One-and-a-balf Miles from Abeimule. On Wednesday, April 21st. 23 CROSS-BRED SHEEP, viz., 10 ewes with their lambs and 13 yearlings 10 CROSS-BRED CATTLE, including 4 well-bred Heifers with their calves. Bay Cob Gelding, and a useful assortment of Farm. Implements & Tools, by order of Mr W. B. Moriis. Catalogues from MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (453) Auctioneers I EVERY LOT FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. LLWYNYBRAIN, Within a Mile of Caersws, and five miles from Newtown Station, on the Cambrian Railway. HIGHLY-IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE UNRESERVED SALE OF AGRICULTURAL STOCK. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE JtM. have received instructions from Messrs J. and R. Phillips (who are leaving) to Sell by Auction, on the premises, as above, On Thursday Next, April 22nd, The whole of the LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, Comprising- The Sound and Healthy Flock of Q^O REGISTERED KERRY-HILL & ODO CROSS-BRED SHEEP, Viz.. 136 Grand Two and Three-year-old Kerry- Hill Ewes and 132 Choice Yearling Ewes, with their Lambs, including several pens of prize-winners, 65 Ripe Yearling Wethers, 25 Cross-bred Ewes and their Lambs, 10 Yearling and Stock Rams; The Pure-bred Herd of 1 OA PEDIGREE HEREFORD & OTHER JL £ \J CATTLE, Comprising 9 Fat Bullocks and Heifers, 30 Grand Young Cows and Heifers, with their Calves or in calf, 8 Barren H-year-old Heifers, 34 Strong Two-year-old Bullocks, 32 exceptionally Good Yearlingin and the Grand Stock Bull, Brampton Shamrock 1 CI VALUABLE SHIRE HORSES & JLZf COLTS, Including the noted Prize- winning Mare, 49711 "Venture," and 6 Powerful Young Geldings, several being prize-winners and excellent workers, and 5 Promising 2-year-olds. 24 SMART HACKS. COBS, AND PONIES 16 Sets of Well-made Gears, Harness & Saddlery; Also, the Extensive Collection of Up-to-Date Agricultural IMPLEMENTS & MACHINERY. Sale to commence with Implements at 11 o'clock. Luncheon at 12, Resuming with Sheep at 1. da" An early attendance is particularly requested. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Salop (419) LLANBADARN-FYNYDD. Midway between Newtown and Penybont. On Friday, April 23rd. THE ANNUAL SALE OF STORE STOCK Comprising about- 100 Well-bred STORE CATTLE, principally Young Barrens of an improving class. 250 YEARLING WETHERS. B Sale at 10-30. Brakes will meet the train arriving Newtown 9-40 a.m. to convey Customers -to the Sale. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE (309) Auctioneers. CAERSWS STOCK SALES. Friday, April 23rd. 80 FAT AND STORE CATTLE, including Several good lots of Homebred Bullocks and Barrens. 15 COWS AN D CALVES. ND STORE SHEEP Sale at 12-30, on arrival of the Shrewsbury Train. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (474) Auctioneers. NEWCASTLE COURT. Three-and-a-Half Miles from Clun. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE Have received instructions from Mr J. F. Davies to sell by Auction, on the premises, On Saturday Next, April 24th. At Three for Four o'clock in the afternoon, and subject to the usual Conditions, about Q KQ ACRES of GOOD GRASS KEEP, OOtM consisting of Ri0h Meadow Land, Sound Pastures, Leys, and Hill Land in 14 convenient Lots. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Chirbury. (475) SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole. MONTGOMERY STOCK SALES. Next Sale, Thursday, May 6th. Early Entries solicited. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, (507) Auctioneers. Messrs P. Wilson-Jones & Davis. ABERNANT, GARTHMYL. 1 Mile from Montgomery and Abermule Stations. SALE OF FURNITURE, IMPLEMENTS AND OUTDOOR EFFECTS. MESRS. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS H-L have received instructions from Mr W. C. Black to Sell by Auction, as above, On Thursday Next, April 22nd, A Large Portion of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, IMPLEMENTS and Effects, (including several Pieces in Old Oak), comprising Old Oak Wardrobe, Settle, and Kitchen Dresser; 3 Grandfather Clocks in oak case; Carved Pannelled Linen Chests Old Oak Gateleg Table, Oak Stand, Oak Kitchen Cupboard, Dining Table, Washstands, &c.; Harmonium, Two 8-Day Clocks, IMPLEMENTS, &c, including Carts, Harrows. Scuffle, Mower and Reaper, Pulper, Smut Machine, Spring Trap, Sets of Harness. &c. Half-a-ton of Potatoes, 12 Couples of Fowls. Sale at 1-30 prompt. (412) TYMAWR, MANAFON, li miles from New Mills, 8 from Newtown, and 3 from Llanfair. SALE OF FARMING STOCK. 1%/TESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS -L'JL have received instructions from Mr Thos. Evans to Sell by Auction as above, On Friday Next, April 23rd, The whole of his HYE & DEAD FARMING STOCK, Comprising—12 well-bred Hereford CATTLE, Valuable Cart Mare, Promising Yearling Horse Colt, Valuable Yearling Cart Filly, 7 Store Pigs, Young Sow in pig; the whole of the Agricultural Implements, Horse Gears, and a portion of the Household .Furniture and Dairy Utensils. Light Refreshments provided. Sale at 2 p.m. prompt.—Terms Cash. (413) CAERSWS STOCK SALES On Friday Next, April 23rd. USUAL Sale of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and PIGS. Sale at 11 a.m. prompt. (515) THE OIL STORES, OLD CHURCH STREET, NEWTOWN. MESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS have received instructions from Mr Foxall to Sell as above, without reserve, On Tuesday, April 27th, THE WHOLE OF THE VALUABLE AND SERVICEABLE SURPLUS STOCK, Comprising Galvanized Roof Shed, 400 Gallons Storage Oil Tank with brass tap, Barrels of Turpentine, Linssed, and Machine Oil; about 2 Tons of Soap, Candles, Starch, Blue, Glue and Paints; Servants Trunks, Galvanized Corn Bin, 200 dozen Brooms and Brushes, Oak Tram, Rotary Pump with hose, Saddles and Sundry Harness, SPRING CART, Oil Measures and Funnels, Oil Casks, and about 5 Tons of SEED. POTATOES (Scotch and Lincolnshire growth). Sale at 12-30 prompt. TERMS—Cash. 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 next week (449) — NEWTOWN STOCK SALES, Monday and Tuesday, April 26th and 27th. LLANBRYNMAIR STOCK SALE, Monday, April 26th. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIES, (450) Auctioneers. HEAD OFFICE: High-street, Newtown. 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 GReSE," otherwise PENTRE," situate about four miles from Newtown, adjoining the road leading from the direction of Rbayader, and producing an annual rental of R20. The property includes a Stone-built Dwelling-house, with a useful set of Outbuildings, and embraces an area of about 27a. lr. 12p. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale, may be had from Messrs Busk, Mellor & Morris, 45, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C.; Messrs Williams, Gittins and Taylor, Newtown; or the Auctioneers, Machynlleth. (438) BRAWN FOR SERVICE—Large Yorkshire, White; Fee (2/6) to be paid at time of service.-At the Pentre, Aberhafesp. (499) 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 Prioes. 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. IF.B.-Compare prices before booking orders. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Cooke Bros, and Roberts. &&T This Day, Monday, April 19th IMPORTANT SALE OF 300 ACRES OF GRASS-KEEP AT DYFFRYN. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. On Wednesday Next, April 21st. TANYBRYN, BARMOUTH. Sale of SUPERIOR FURNITURE & EFFECTS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers. On Thursday Next, April 22nd, PUBLIC ROOMS, LLANIDLOES. ATTRACTIVE SALE OF ANnIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE, Removed for Convenience of Sata from Broom- cliffe (the residence of Judge W. Evans), and another County Residence, INC I UDING a number of RARE OLD OAK AND MAHOGANY PIECES OF FURNI- TURE, OLD CHINA, PEWTER, AND SHEF- FIELD PLATE, the Furnishings of 3 Reception Rooms, the Appointments of 8 Bedrooms and Dressing Room the Contents of Domestic Offices, the Outside Effects, &c., which will be Sold by Auction as above by MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS. Sale to commence punctually at 1 p.m. On view the day previous to Sale from 1 to 5 pm. Catalogues from Auctioneers' Offices: Chins- street, Llanidloes; High-street, Newtown; Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth. (32S) 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 & JARVIS, (395) Solicitors, all of Newtown j On Saturday Next, April 24t.ii, LLANIDLOES MONTHLY SALE OF FAT & STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, & PIGS, Commencing at 10-30. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (510) Auctioneers. GW On Wednesday, April 28th, MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN, IMPORTANT SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (512) Auctioneers. CgT On Thursday, April 29th, TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH, SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (513) Auctioneers. PANT-Y-BRYN, BWLCHYGARREG, About l j miles from Pontdolgoch. ESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS will Sell by Auction On Monday Next, April 26th, THE FARMING STOCK, Including—A Draught Mare, 2 Hereford Cattle, 9 Ewes with Lambs Potatoes Agricultural Implements Household Furniture, j Sale to commence at 2 p.m. (511) CWMFFRWYD, About 1 Mile from the Village of Llandinam. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS have received instructions from Mr Ed. E. Morris (who is leaving the district), to Sell by Auction, as above, On. Friday, April 30th, The whole of the Superior LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, Also a Portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. (468) BOOK DEBTS Purchased, any quantity, large lists preferred. Cash down, no waiting.— W. Jackson. 26, Corporation-st., Manchester. (314) TO FARMERS. ANDREW BREESE (SUCCESSOR TO MORGAN & SONS), THE CROSS. NEWTOWN, DESIRES TO DRAW SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HIS VARIED STOCK OF Home-grown Bed Clovers, Cow Grass and other Clovers, Bye 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 atrongly recommended. It has given great satisfaction for some years past, and comes at & very low figure, (266) SALES BY AUCTION. Sales by Mr. W. Story. Tuesday, April 20tb-Sale at Brynmair, Llanfair of valuable Household Furniture, incluii, g numerous pieces in Oak. Mahogany, HI Walnut; Agricultural Implembnts, Dogc*r', Harness. &c Friday, April 23rd—Sale at Newbridge, Melfoi, of Household Furniture, Dairy Ve?-^U Agricultural Implements, Dogcart, Two Sets Brass-mounted Hurness, &c. Tuesday, April 27th at Arosfa, Llansant- ffraid, of superior Household Furniture. Wednesday, April 28tt-Sale at Pleasant Moutit Llanglldfan, of "Farm Stock, Agricultural Implements, Household Furniture. Apply for Catalogues to Mr W. Story, Auctions r and Valuer, Llanfair, Mont. (247) Frank Lloyd and Sons. Final We«k for Making Entries. PEYZES.AS 750 HORSl^lS. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WHEXHAM. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS' GREAT APRIL SALES- APRIL 27th—Hunters and Harness Horses. „ 28th-Hackney.s, Cobs and Ponies „ 29th-Heavy, Lurry and Young Horses. Entries Close Monday's Post, April 19th, LEGAL NOTICES. RE SAMUEL JONES (DECEASED). ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS agaiDsc the late Mr Samuel Jones, of 3. Wesley-street, Newtown, retired carpenter, aro requested to send particulars thereof te me, the undersigned, on or before the 23rd day of April, 1909. JANE JONES (Widow), 3, Wqaley-street, Newtown. 17th April, 1909. (501) JOHN BIRD (Deceased). ANY PERSONS having CLAIMS against the Estate of the late Mr John Bird, Commercial-street, Newtown, draper, are requested to forthwith send particulars thereof to us, the undersigned, and all Pernoyis INDEBTED to the said Estate are req,,i,,el, to pay the amount of their indebtedness to us forthwith. POWELL (f JARVIS, 44, Broad I-Vtreet, Newtown, Solicitors to the Executors. 16th April, 1909. (488) i SPRING HAS COME. 4- A Hpeciai 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. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. FOR SALE a few tons of Prime Meadow Hay well harvested.—Apply; D. Morgan, Pines, Newtown. (372) FOR SALE, 20 Tons Seed Potatoes, grown in Scotland and Lincolnshire.—Foxall and Co., New-street, Weishpool. (460) FOR SALE—Two New Houses by Cemmes- road Station splendid position and view.— Apply, Pugh, Watchmaker, Carno; or Pugh, Leader,' Aberdare. (480) FOR SALE—Nine two-year Pedigree Hereford Heifers; sire, Ramadan 24921; three eligible for A.H.R.—Apply, Bailiff, Gwemyfed Farm, Three Cooks. (497) MPORl'ANT NOTICE-0wiug to the owner 11 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. Wilson-Jones & Davis, Newtown. (299) 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,—Full particulars apply: P. Wilson Jones and Davis, Estate Agents, Newtown GENUINE Edison Gem Phonograph, small horn, concert trumpet, patent connection, nickel-plated stand, 35 Edison records complete, good as new; £ 2 108 quick.-l. Park Place, Welshpool. (670) 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 l|d. 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 Roof 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; 30 Cases White Wax Candles; to be sold at a low price before May 1st to save cost of removal.— Foxall & Co., Old Church Street, Newtown. FOR SALE, A LARGE QUANTITY OF FIELD GATES, Double-laced, at reasonable prices also, a large quantity of Fencing Piles and Hedge Stakes. Pailed or Wire Fences put up at a reasonable price. All kinds of Hurdles made to order. A large quantity of good, Dry Stocks; also, handy New Spring Dray, suitable for coal merchant, miller, or farmer; New Tumbril Cart, and small Spring Cart suitable for a pony about 14 hauds.- Apply to Geo. Hawkins, Canal Wharf, Newtown. MISCELLANEOUS WA v rs SAFE BRANK. Pure English Yeast.' NEW HOPS, 10d., is., & is. 3d. FAivilLY FLOUR at Millers' Prices. BIBBY'S CREAM EQUIVALENT AND ALL FEEDING STUFFS. Also, AYRES' BROS. FEEDING STUFFS. All at Manufacturers' prices. DAVID EVANS, "HE PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. For Scale of Advertisement Charges Lee Page 6. )OK-General, wanted at once fir Newtown,— C Apply, stating wages required, and giving r^fer^nce to Box 392, Express Office. I \T ANI'ED, Reliable Man as Cowman coit-agf V T rent free; references required.— Apply David Jones, Nyodd, Hendidley, Newtown. (264) WANTED, Apprentices to the Millinery — Applications to Miss Downing, Biead- ..tn-.pT, Newtown. (224) FORMS OF NOTICE by Domestic Servants- and other Employees. One Perny each — No. 19, Broad-street, Newtown. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS to It-t for two, yonng gentlemen on New-road, New- fown-Apply Box 442, 'Express' Office, Newtown. NURSE wanted for Newtown, good wa«»>s to capable maid.—Apply Jar vis, Rock Jottm^, NVwtown. (514) tTTORKMAN-WAGGONER wanted for Miy, W to live in or not; also man for harvest.— Apply James and Sons, Penygelli, Newtown. (521) ROUSE-MAID wanted.—Apply Mrs, Breesp LjL Tear Hotel, Newtown. (444) WANTED, a strong young girl for the kitetit-n, good character.—Apply Mrs George, OK ss Ttmperance Hotel, Newtown. (520) WANTED, a good, General Servant, abl« to do plain cooking.—Apply Mrs Bennett. Celynog, Newtown. (445) rpRUSTWORTHY Housekeeper Wanted by -L small Farmer, Would not object to a WI'INW with few children. BJX 433. express Offic. Newtown. WANTED immediately, Workman-Cowman cottage, garden, and other conveniences provided. Apply T. Jones, Brynllywarch, Kerry. (463) WANTED in May, Young Girl as ge eral Servant. — Apply Mrs Pryce, Po 1 Crescent, Newtown. (462) WANTED, good. Plain Cook; small dairy, No washing. — Apply Mrs El well, Neyoddfraith, near Newtown. (465) WANTED a reliable person as Cook-General, small family, widow with young daughter not objeoted to.—Apply Dolfor Vicarage. (478) WANTED, good general servant, age from 18 to i!0.—Apply Clifton Dining IZoomg, Newtown. (479) WANTED early in May—A good General Servant.—Apply, Mrs Albert S. Cooke, High-street, Newtown. (484) WANTED everybody to know that Real Canterbury Lamb is now obtainable at Newtown Meat Co., 8, Market-street, Newtown. HOUSEKEEPER (middle-age) Wanted by Small Farmer. Not large wages, but good home. -Apply, John Roberts, Caefron, Garthmyl. WANTED, a General Servant.—Apply: Miss Hodges, 12, High-st., Newtown. (487) COOK-GENERAL Wanted. Apply Mrs C Breese, Unicorn Hotel, Newtown. (486) WANTED, an experienced Cowman.—Apply, stating age, wages, and length of charactei, to Mrs P. A. Beck, Trelydan, Welshpool. (491) WANTED, a competent woman as good, plain Cook.—Apply, stating age, wages, and length of character, to Mrs P. A. Beck, Trelydan. Welshpool. (490) WANTED—A Cook-General and a Nurse- Housemaid two children aged 5 and 7.— Apply, Mrs Martin Wooanam, The Fron, Newtown. WAN fED by May 20th-Strong, Hard W Working Girl as Kitchenmaid; previou- experience necessary; wages, X14 and washing- Mrs Humphreys-Owen, Glansevern. (498) LOST on Tuesday last in Newtown, a Gold Brooch.—Anyone returning it to Pelice Station will be rewarded. (517) LOST in Newtown on Friday last, a Black Purse containing money and a document.— Finder rewarded on returning same to Police Station. (500) TRAYED to Glandulas. Newtown, a Welsh Ewe; has since lambed.—Owner can have same on paying expenses. (471) TRAYED to Faohwen, Aberhafesp, a cross- S bred sheep, if not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenseR.-S. Morgan. (457) COSTUMES, COATS, DRESSES, CHILDREN'S GARMENTS, BLOUSES, CORSETS, UNDERCLOTHING, DRESS FABRICS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS. MOURNING ORDERS—a Speciality. FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES. GW PATTERNS in the Newest Designs and Colours—Now Ready. R. & S. MORGAN, SHORT BRIDGE, NEWTOWN. PROPERTIES TO LET | aO Bhi LET, May 1st, Bank Cottage, Gas- I street; also, Two Warehouse Rooms in M i ket-!«treet.—Apply, Morgan, Pines, Newtown | *0 LEI, a Desirable Dwelling-house in I Gas-street. Apply Manager, Gasworks, N.wtown. (645) T0 LET, excellent Three-stall Stable (with JL smill Coach-house attached. -Apply at the M ii-ic Salon, Newtown. (523 1'0 LET, from 1st May, the Warehouse situate i at rear of Clifton-terrace, formerly used as THH EXPRESSOiffee.-Apply, Phillips and Son. TO LET. Brynhyfryd, Newtown, with Garden and Orchard, with immediate possession, r-nt £ 25 per annum.—Apply. Cooke Bros. and R ht-rts. (322) rP0 BE LET from 1st day of May, Two-stall t Stable with Coachhouse, Yard, &c, situate in Old Church-street. Newtown.-Apply to Cooke Br >s & Roberts, Newtown. (472) 1^0 BE LET from 1st M»y, c nv«nient and pleasantly situated house, being No. 8, Tra Dyddan Terrace, Newtown, now in the occuDation of Mr L. Gibson.—For particulars apply to Mr A. H. Bennett, Caersws. (464) '1'0 LET-33, Park-street, Newtown; contain- i. 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) 0 LET from 1st May next, Nos. 3 and 4, i 'BRYNLLYS,' Newtown; two very healthily si?u-tted modern residences, on high ground close t > Newtown, with Southern aspect Each house c -tstins 2 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery, 4 Bedrooms and Bathroom, together with u-ual 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 T Llanfair-road, some with immediate posses- sion, others on the 25th March npxt-Apply to Bennett Rowlands, Land and House Agent, Newtown. (176) TO LET IN NEWTOWN. COMMODIOUS Lock-up Shop (in High-Etreet), 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. rIxO BE LKT from 1st May next, c. Bay House," t 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. (504) SEEDS, PLANTS, &c. .9 JE ilu 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 very best procurable 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, Dorothy Eckford, Black Knight, Dainty, Countess Spencer, Etta Dyke, Lord Nelson, Lady Grisel Hamilton, Helen Lewis, Hon. Mrs E. Kenyon, Helen Pierce, 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, 1i6 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, 141be 1/6 Triumph 141bs 1/3 Duke of York, 141bs 1/6 British Queen, 14lbs 1/3 Early Rose 141bs 1/6 Up-to-date 141be 1/. Factor, Dobbie's 141bs 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 cwt, 5 cwt. lots 12/- cwt. All Calf Raisers should give this Meal a Trial. GiW 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. Watkins attends Newtown Market Every Tuesday and Saturday. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President: The Right Hon. Lord Rendel. Principal: T. F. Roberts, M.A. (Oxon) LL.D. (Vict) STUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, k3 Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Com- position Fee, £ 10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, -fl. 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. Fewings. 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, ILA, Begirtw. PUBLIC NOTICES. WELSHPOOL FOOTBALL CLUB. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the XJL Council Chamber, on Wednesday Next, at S pm, to consider the advisability of the Club continuing in the Combination. All interested in Football are cordially invited to attend. (523) NEWTOWN RATEPAYERS' ASSOCIATION. A MEETING OF MEMBERS will be held on THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 22nd, at the NEW CHURCH STREET (GIRLS) COUNCIL SCHOOL, at which Officers will be Elected. All Ratepayers are invited to be present. Chair to be taken at 8 o'clock. (518\ I THANKS. RS H. A. DAVIES AND FAMILY esire 0 L JL to thank their numerous friends for the kindness shown them in their sad bereavement and for Wreaths sent. Short Bridge Street, Newtown. Kindergarten & Preparatory School. Miss OLWEN HUGHES' I Next Tarm begins THURSDAY, APRIL 29th. Bodlondeb, Newtown. 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 ExaminatioDs. 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 iS7 T. F. HILES, Head Master. MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL. DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE. THE COUNTY COUNCIL ARE ABOUT to Appoint a Director of Agriculture, at a salary of e250 per annum, with travelling and incidental expenses. Forms of Application, with a list of the duties of the Director, can be obtained from the under- signed. Applications should be sent to Professor Bryner Jones, University College of Wales, Aber- ystwyth, on or before the 13th May next. GEO. D. HARRISON, Clerk of the Council. Welshpool, 13th April, 1909. (602) MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS HEAD. Llawryglyn Cl. Soh., Trained Certificated Master (knowledge of Welsh essential), .£90. ASSISTANTS. Uneertificated-Llangadfan C E., to take Sewing, Welsh essential, J £ 45. Castle-Caereinion C.E. (female), A40. Liansaintf mid C.E. (female), JB40. Carno Cl., J640. Newtown Council (Infants). Female, .£35. Forms of application may be obtained from me, the undersigned, on reoeipt of stamped addressed foolscap envelope for reply. Canvassing, directly or indirectly, a disqualiifcation. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority. County Education Offioes, Newtown, April 17th, 1909. (485) NEW SPRING MILLINERY AT MISS BOWNING'S, 28. Broad-street, NEWTOWN. 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. Holland and Hessian Aprons. TBJXT OVERALLS In Good Washing Patterns, 1161 to 2/11. OUR LADIES' 1/- CASHMERE STOCKING is Unequalled for Value. POWELL AND RIDOUT, Bournemouth House, Broad-street, NEWTOWN.