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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole THE MOAT, BEGUILDY. To-morrow, Wednesday, April 28th. ANNUAL SALE of about ACRES of GRASS KEEP, in 20 con- venient Lots (by order of Mr. Charles Nott). Sale at 3 o'clock. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (543) Auctioneers To-morrow (Wednesday). LLANHEDRIC, Two miles from ClUD, 4l from Bishop's Castle, 10 from Cr .ven Arms. MESSRS. MORRIS MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed by Mr Thomas Jones, who is retiring, to Sell by Auction on the above Premises, the whole of his remaining STOCK AND OUTDOOR EFFECTS, Comprising— 3 HORSES, viz., Bay Cob Gelding, 7 years old, 15-1; Brown Cob Mare, aged, 14-2; Brown Cart Mare, 10 years old, 15-3, a good worker. DAIRY COW, in milk and in calf. 2 YEARLING WETHERS. A very Large Assortment of FARM TOOLS, DAIRY & BREWING VESSELS 360 GALLONS PRIME CIDER; 40 Good Beer and Cider Casks, including a 350-gallon English Oak Cask. 2 WELL BUILT DOG-CARTS, Harness, Gears, and about 3 TONS OF POTATOES. Also a Portion of THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, including Massive Square Mahogany Table on pillar and claws, Solid Oak Pembroke Table, Eight Mahogany-frame Chairs (in Hair Cl:th), numerous other Tables and Chairs in Oak and Mahogany, the Bedroom Appointments, Four Feather Beds, and numerous other Items. Sale at One o'clock. (544) SHORT NOTICE OF SALE. LLWYNYBRAIN, Within a Mile of Caersws, and five miles from Newtown. L MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed by Messrs J. & R. Phillips (who are leaving) to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, On Friday Next, April 30th, A portion of the VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including several nice Pieces in Oak & Mahogany Bedroom Appointments, 6 Feather Beds, Kitchen and Culinary Utensils, &c.,also Dairy and Brewing Vessels, about 400 gallons Prime Cider with the caéks; Home-cured Flitches and Hams, and a .number of nseful OUT-DOOR EFFECTS, in- cluding Avery's Weighitg Maobing, quantity excellent Cider Casks, Farm and other Tools, and numerous other items. 26 BAGS OATS. GEESE. Sale at 1 o'clock. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Chirbury and Newtown. (546) DOLLAS, Near BERRIEW, Two miles from Montgomery Station and 5 miles from Welsbpool. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE have received instructions from Mr John Morris, who is leaving, to Sell by Auction on the premises as above, On Thursday Next, April 29th, A quantity of the substantial HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including a fine Old Oak Queen Anne Table, Oak Dresser, Old Oak Bureau, Oak Cupboards, Tables and Chests of Drawers, Large 8ft. x 7ft. Kitchen Piece, and other Kitchen Requisites, several Bed- steads, Feather Beds and other Bedroom Furni- ture, Dairy and Brewing Vessels, about 400 Gallons of excellent Cider and the Casks, and a few useful Out-deor Effects, and 15 Couples of Fowls. Sale at 2-30. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Cbirbury. WELSHPOOL SMITHFIELD. Next Sale—Monday, May 3rd. Further Entries solicited. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, (547) Auctioneers. MONTGOMERY STOCK SALES. Next Sale, Thursday, May 6th. Further Entries solicited. MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, (507) Auctioneers. LITTLE HALL, li Miles from Newcastle, and 2 from Clun. ANNUAL GRASS LETTING jQL On Saturday, May 8th, By order of Mr Eli Hulme. Particulars from- MORRIS, MARSHALL AND POOLE, (548) Auctioneers. Sales by Mr. W. Story. Tuesday, April 27th-Sale at Aroafa, Llansant- ffraid, of superior Household Furniture. Wednesday, April 2Sth—Sale at Pleasant Mount' Llangadfan, of Farm Stock, Agricultural Implements, Household Furniture. Apply for Catalogues to Mr W. Story, Auctioneer and Valuer, Llanfair, Mont. (247) Frank Lloyd and Sons. Tlllll 700 -HORSES .-WEEK NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FBANK LLOYD AND SONS' GREAT APRIL SALES- TUESDAY (This day), APRIL 27th-200 High- class Hunters and Harness Horses. WEDNESDAY, the 28th-200 Small lloraes, Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies. THURSDAY, 29th—300 Heavy, Lurry ud Young Horses. Judging 10.30. Sale at 12. Catalogues from the Auctioneers. (542) # SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs P. Wilson-Jones & Davis. NEWTOWN STOCK SALE. THIS DAY (TUESDAY), APRIL 27th. 65 FAT AND STORE CATTLE. Sale at 10-30. (554) FOXALL'S OIL STORES, OLD CHURCH- STREET, NEWTpWN. THIS DAY (TUESDAY), APRIL 27th. UNRESERVED SALE OF STOCK-IN- TRADE, comprising Galvanised Iron Shed, 400 Gallon Storage Oil Tank with tap, Rotary Pump with Hose, several Barrels of Turpentine, Linseed and Machine Oil, 2 Tons of Soap, Starch, and Paint, 30 Cases of Wax Candles, 200 dozen of Brushes and Brooms, Harness and Saddles, and several useful articles: 5 Tons of Excellent Seed Potatoes. Sale at 12-30 sharp. (495) BROAD STREET. NEWTOWN. THIS DAY (TUESDAY). SALE OF CARRIAGES, CARTS, TRAPS, AND HARNESS. Sale at 2 p.m. prompt. (555) _or- MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. UNRESERVED SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS have received instructions from a gentleman who is leaving the town to sell by auction as above on THURSDAY NEXT, APRIL 29th, his Useful Collection of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, including Dining Room Suite upholstered in leather, 2 Mahogany Sideboards, Walnut Sideboard, Walnut Overmantle, 2 Mahogany Tables, Old Oak Two-leafed Table, Walnut Hatstand, Satin Walnut Bedroom Suite, complete, Bedroom Pair, 2 Brass and Iron Bedsteads with mattresses and palliasses complete; Excellent PIANOFORTE in Wal- nut frame, 2 Sewing Machines in good con- dition, 6 Brass and Steel Fenders and Fire- irons, Perambulator, Easy and Windsor Chairs, Sundry Tables, quantity of Carpets and Linoleum, Cornill Poles, Kitchen Uten- sils; Gentleman's BICYCLE (as new), and many other lots too numerous to mention. On view morning of sale. Sale at 1-30 sharp. Head Office: High-street, Newtown. BUSINESS CARDS. ROMPTITUDE, 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) Jeweller 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, Clocks, and Jewellery, and guarantees to give every satistaotion. z91 LOGGING —EDMUND HITCHL»N begs to () inform the inhabitants of Newtown and District that he still continues to fcarry on the Clogging Trade in all its branches at Crown Street, Newtown. HANSOM 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 j also, goods delivered with horse and lurry.—Apply: Mrs HANDT, Frankwell. Newtown. ic438 OHN A. OLIVER, Wholesale and Retail tJ 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. ISSES 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. MAURICE DAVIES, Contractor, has removed DLL 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, 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 & 8, Broad-street, Welshpool O YOU WANT TO LOOK WELL AND PROSPEROUS P Of course you do, who doee'ntP JOHN JONES, Broad-street, WelshpooL will help you by supplying a well-cut Suit of the best material at a moderate price. JOHN JONES' stock of Hats, Collars, Ties, and Gloves 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 whioh is good," by oalling at JOHN JONES', Broad-street. Welshpool. LLANDINAM. R SAVAGE, 3BOCEB, LLAND1XAM • keeps Thomas Jones A Co., Limited (Liverpool), Teas. The tea for this neighb our hood. Best quality Groceries, Provisions, &a., at lowest prices. Flour and Corn Merchant. Q513 LLANFAIR. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.—FOR RIDING J .L 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, Ac. Water- proo fKnee Rugs. Cloth and Leather Leggings. Special Oil and Blacking for Harness. Agent to the Alliance Assurance Co, -265 BRAWN FOR SERVICE—Large Yorkshire White; Fee (2/6) to be paid at time of service.-At the Pentre, Aberhafeap, (499) BOOK DEBTS Purchased, any quantity, large lists preferred. Cash down, no waiting.— W. Jackson. 26, Corporation-st., Manchester. (314) I SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Cooke Bros. and Roberts. 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 Potion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. (468) Cooke Bros. and Roberts' Fixtures. April 27th.-AUCTION MART, NEWTOWN. Household Furniture & Effects, at 1-30 p m. April 29tb.-TOWN HALL, ABERYSTWYTH. Household Furniture and Effects. April 30th.-CWMFFRWYD, LLANDINAM. Live and Dead Farming Stock. May 5th.-ABERDUVEY. High-class Furniture and Effects for Dr Jackson. May 6th -MARKET HALL, NE WTOWN. Fur- niture & Effects from Mid-Wales Restaurant, Newtown, and from a Private Rssidence. May lith.-BARMOUTH. Sale of Valuable Building Sites, Dairy Farm, and Business Premises, situated at Dyffryn." May.—ABERYSTWYTH. Three Days' Impor- tant Sale of Valuable Household Furniture and Effects. May.—NEWTOWN. Sale of Valuable Business Premises, Market-street, Newtown. Chief Offices: High-street, Newtown, China- street, Llanidloes, and Old Post Offices Chambers, Aberystwyth. (557) 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 comes at a very low figure, (266) 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 Wales Coals always kept in stock. Dealer in Lime, Superphosphate Kainit and Moss Litter. DAVID HAMER, WHOLESALE & RETAIL COAL MERCHANT, Railway Whart. NEWTOWN. 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 Hops. DUBLIN and other STOUTS in all Size Casks. Agent for Welshpool-PARRT. Victoria Vaults NOTICE. WE HAVE TAKEN OVER THE BUSINESS OF BACON AND PROVISION MERCHANTS, whioh 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., FEANK HUMPHREYS, WALTER HUMPHBJSTS.- ISFRYN HOUSE, BRYN STREET, NEWTOWN, FOR Ladies' & Children's Dressmaking And Underclothing, Etc. DRESS MATERIALS IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES. MRS. 0. EDWARDS. LADIES' COMPANIONS: Writing Cases: Watch Stands: Trinket Boxes; Glove and Handkerchief Cases. POST CARD ALBUMS: All sizes; All prices: All styles. Only to be had at Phillips's, No. 19, Broad- street, Newtown. LEGAL NOTICES. JOHN BIRD (Deceased). ANY PERSONS having CLAIMS agn iast the Estate of the late Mr John bird, Commercial-street, Newtown, draper, are requtsctud to forthwith send particulars thereof to us, the undersigned, and all Persons INDEBTED to the said Estate are required to pay the amouiit of their indebtedness to us forthwith. POWELL & JARVIS, 44, Broad-street, Newtown, Solicitors to the Executors. 16th April, 1909. (488) THE BANKRUPTCY ACTS, 1883 & 1890, IN THE ABERYSTWYTH COUNTY COURT. In Bankruptcy. No. 7 0f 1909. Ra Maggie Louisa Knight, Lion Hotel, Machynlleth, Widow and Hotelkeeper. Receiving Order 17th April, 1909. FIRST MEETING let May, 1909, at the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Machynlleth at 11 a.m., PUBLIC EXAMINATION 2ht May, 1909, at the Town Hall, Aberystwyth at 11 a.m. Note.—All Debts due to the Estate should be paid to me, HERBERT W. THOMAS, Official Receiver, Carmarthen. 24th April, 1909. (540) Re CORNELIUS HAMMOND (Deceased). ALL PERSONS having CLAIMS against the Estate of the late Mr Cornelius Hammond, of Rockley Wood Cottage, Churchetoke, in the [ County of Montgomery, Retired Gamekeeper, who died on the 4th day of April, 1909, are requested to send particulars thereof to me, the undersigned, on or before the 20th day of May, 1909, and all PERSONS INDEBTED to the said Estate are requested to pay the amount of their indebtedness to me the undersigned, forthwith. CHARLES s. PRYCE, Montgomery, Solicitor to the Executor. 21st April, 1909. (529) SALES BY PRIVATB TREATY. FOR SALE a few tons of Prime Meadow Hay .T well harvested.-Apply: D. Morgan, Pineg, Newtown. (372) FOR SALE, 20 Ions Seed Potatoes, grown in Scotland and Lincolnshire.—Foxall and Co., New-street, Welshpool (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, Gwernyfed Farm, Three Cooks. (497) 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 a.11 that freehold well situated House and Shop, comprising shop, sitting room, kitchens. Cellars, 4 bedrooms, and usual out offices,-Full particulars apply: P. Witaon Jonea and Dav ,¡¡.tA.gent, Newtown. GENUINE Edieou Gem Phonograph, small k)r- horn, concert trumpet, patent connection, nickel-plated stand, 35 Edison records complete, good as new; Y.2 10s quick.—1, Park Place, Welsh pool. (570) MILLINERY and Fancy Drapery. To be dis- posed of by PrivateTreaty, well-established business in centre of the town. Double fronted shop. Good house.—Mrs Evans, Crown Shop, Newtown. (556) UNDERTAKERS' and Carriage Proprietors -u Modem 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), Th Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. (66) FOR S A LE—rCorrugated 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 hands.— Apply to Geo. Hawkins, Canal Wharf, Newtown. COSTUMES, COATS, DRESSES, CHILDREN'S GARMENTS, BLOUSES, CORSETS, UNDERCLOTHING, DRESS FABRICS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS. MOURNING ORDERS-a Speciality. FIRST-CLASS DRESSMAKING ON THE PREMISES. g- PATTERNS in the Newest Designs and Colours—Now Ready. R. & S. MORGAN, SHORT BRIDGE, NEWTOWN. MISCELLANEOUS 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 Ltee Page 6. COOK-General, wanted at once for Newtown.— Apply, stating wages required, and giving reference to Box 392, Express Office. WANTED, Reliable Man ae Cowman; cottage rent free references required.—Apply David Jones, Nyodd, Hendidley, Newtown. (264) ANTED, Apprentices to the Millinery — Applications to Miss Downing, Broad- street, Newtown. (224) WANTED, Strong General Servant immedi- ately.—Apply, Mrs Vickers, Broad-Street, Newtown. (561) ORMS OF NOTICE by Domestic Servants JD and other Employees. One Penny each.— No. 19, Broad-street, Newtown. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS to let for C two yonng gentlemen on New-road, New- town.—Apply Box442,' Express' Office, Newtown. NURSE wanted for Newtown, good wages to capable maid.—Apply Jarvis, Rock Cottage, Newtown. (514) HOUSE-MAID wanted.—Apply Mrs, Breese, JL1 Pear Hotel, Newtown. (444) WANTED, a strong young girl for the kitchen, vV good character.-Apply Mrs George, Cioss Temperance Hotel, Newtown. (520) WANTED immediately, Workman-Cowman; cottage, garden, and other conveniences provided. Apply T. Jones, Brynllywarch, Kerry. (463) WANTED a reliable person as Cook-General, small family, widow with young daughter not objected to.—Apply Dolfor Vicarage. (478) 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. WANTED, a strong, active young girl as General Servant, for Mrs Morgan, Snow- field, Kerry.—Apply to Miss Morgan, The Pines, Newtown. (538) WANTED, a strong, active Lad, for general work.—Apply R. Morgan, Snowfield, Kerry. (539) WANTED, 15th May, a good, General Servant about 25 years of age.—Apply: Mrs A. Vjjlftg, Newtown. (525) (middle-age) Wanted by tL Small Farmer. Not large wages, but good home.—Apply, John Roberts, Caefron, Garthmyl. OOK-GENERAL Wanted. Apply: Mrs C Breese, Unicorn Hotel, Newtown. (486) APPRENTICES wanted, one to the Stationery and Fancy, and one to the Printing.—Apply Park and Son, The Cross, Newtown. (551) TRAVELLER wanted develope established business (advertising specialities). Perma- nent position successful man. W.F., 11, South- ampton Row, London. (552) WANTED, respectable youth as Van-man, must be used to horses and driving.— E. Bebb, Confectioner, Newtown. (558) WANTED, good, Plain Cook; small dairy, No washing. — Apply: Mrs Elwell, Neyoddfraith, near Newtown. (465) STRAYED to Glandulas, Newtown, a Welsh 8 Ewe; has since lambed.—Owner can have same on paying expenses. (471) STRAYED from Llegodig, Abermule-A Cross- 8 Bred Yearling Ram Sheep; all expenses will be paid.—Apply to John Evans. (528) STRAYED to Tynyreithin, Newtown, a Cross- )0 bred Sheep.—If not claimed within 21 days, will be sold. (527) LOST, since Autumn, from Ffinant Hill, Llanwyddelan, a Grey Pony, 4 years old, about 12 hands.—Information to John Jones, Ffinant, Llanwyddelan. (531) rilO LET, excellent Three-stall Stable (with JL small Coaoh-house attached. -Apply at the Music Salon, Newtown. (523 TO LET, from 1st May, the Warehouse situate -L at rear of Clifton-terrace, formerly used as the EXPRESS Offlee.-Apply, Phillips and Son. THE FOUNTAIN PXN HOSPI[TAL.- We have introduced a New Cheap Pen-THE GUARANTEE PXN. This is sold at 5/6, is a most easy writer, and is guaranteed for 3 years.—19, Broad Street, Newtown. GREGYNOG ESTATE IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY. SEASON 1909. The Shire Stallion, MOORS CHIEF (22594), SIRE—Moors Regent (17492), Will TRAVEL THE DISTRICT this Season. Few Nominations to Spare—Fee, £ 2 10s. For particulars apply to W. Scott Owen, Esq., Cefngwifed, Newtown. (494) 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. 1 Mrs H. H. EVANS, CROWN SHOP, High Street, NEWTOWN. PUBLIC NOTICES. MR E. PARKE, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, BEGS TO SAY THAT HE HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICES from over the North and South Wales Bank, Newtown, to Glanhafren. Kindergarten & Preparatory School. Miss OLWEN HUGHES' Next Term begins THURSDAY, APRIL 29th. Bodlondeb, Newtown. MISS HALFORD, ST. DAVID'S HOUSE, NEWTOWN. BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL—SUMMER TERM will Commence MAY 3rd. Vacancies for Boarders. (526) MISS GITTINS, L.R.A.M., LESSONS ON PIANOFORTE & VIOLIN. —TERM BEGIN Tuesday, MAY 4th. Terms on Application. THE ELMS, NEWTOWN. (534) P FRANK BJORRIS' PONY DRAW, SARN (PROCEEDS TO SARN CHURCH HEATING APPARATUS FUND). Winning Number 181. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PREPARATIONS for the University Locals, -L 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. MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL. DIRECTOR OF AGRICULTURE. THE COUNTY COUNCIL ARE ABOUT to Appoint a Director of Agriculture, at a salary of X250 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, Cierk of the Council. W«|*paBkl3ai April, jSffl. (502) MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS HEAD. Llawryglyn CI. Sch., Trained Certificated Master (knowledge of Welsh essential), .£90. ASSISTANTS. Uncertificatecl-Llangadfan C.E., to take Sewing, Weishossential, X45. Castle-Caereinion C.E. (female), X40. Llansaintffraid C.E. (female), £ 40. Carno Cl., £ 40. Newtown Council (Infants), Female, .t35. Forms 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 Offices, Newtown, April 24th, 1909. (485) PROPERTIES TO LET TO BE LET, May 1st, Bank Cottage, Gas- street; also, Two Warehouse Rooms in Market-street.—Apply, Morgan, Pines, Newtown. ^FIO LET, a Desirable Dwelling-house in -A. Gas-street.—Apply Manager, Gasworks, Newtown. (645) "IDIALL HOLDING. To be Jet," Caerhowel," 6 Mochdre, near Newtown, 17 acres with con- venient house and outbuildings.—Apply to E. H. Morris and Son, land agents, Chirbury, Shropshire. TO LET, in May, House and Shop, 12, Broad- Street, Welshpool, opposite Post Offioe, now in the occupation of Miss J. Morris, Milliner and Fancy Draper.—Apply to J. H. Daviee, 11, Broad- Street. (559) BERRIEW. TO BE LET about 56 acres of grass land close to the village.—Apply Mr Edward Lloyd, The Rectory, Berriew. (560) TO LET, Brynhyfryd, Newtown, with Garden and Orchard, with immediate possession, rent £ 25 per annum.—Apply, Cooke Bros, and Roberts. (322) TO BE LET from 1st day of May, Two-stall Stable with Coachhouse, Yard, Ac., situate in Old Church-street. Newtown.—Apply to Cooke Bros. & Roberts, Newtown. (472) TO BE LET from 1st May, convenient and pleasantly situated house, being _No. 8, Tra Dyddan Terrace, Newtown, now in the occupation of Mr L. Gibson.—For particulars apply to Mr A. H. Bennett, Caersws. (464) TO LET—33, Park-street, Newtown; contain- ing Double-fronted Shop, Kitchen and Scullery; Sitting Boom, 3 Bedroems, and 2 Attics; a Good Cellar in base; also Lock-up Yard.—For particulars, apply to J. Jones, Coal Merohant, Canal House. (253) TO LET from 1st May next, Nos. 3 and 4, 'BRYNLLYS,' Newtown; two very healthily situated modem 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, X,25.-For particulars apply to Powell & Jarvis, Newtown. (448) 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. TO BE LET with immediate possession, Milford Cottage," near Newtown, con- sisting of Dining and Drawing Rooms, Cooking1 Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and useful Out-door Offioes, 4 Bedrooms and Bath-room, together with a large Garden and Orchard.—Apply to Mrs Herbert Dsvies, Short Bridge-street, or to Mr Beaaett Rowlands, Estate and Houe Agent, I Newtown. (637) GENERAL ANNO UNCEMENTS. NEWTOWN FAIR. MONDAY, APRIL 26th, AND TUESDAY, APRIL 27th. P. COLLINS' GRAND ATTRACTIONS: CINEMATOGRAPH SHOW, RACING MOTOR CARS, JUMPING HORSES, STEAM YACHTS, NUMEROUS OTHER SHOWS AND ATTRACTIONS. All Illuminated by Electric Light. CLASSICAL MUSIC BY GRAND ORCHESTRION (532) ST. MICHAEL'S CHURCH, KERRY. In connection with the above, A RUMMAGE SALE Will be held in the BOYS' SCHOOL-ROOM, On Friday, June 4th, TO OPEN AT 2 O'CLOCK P.M. Proceeds in Aid of the Organ Repair Fund and Church Expenses. S. SYLVESTER, (541) Hon. Sec. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABE&Y8TW7T9 (OM of the Constituent Colleplol the CaiToeefty jrf Walee). v, President: The Right Hon. Lord BendeL Principal: T. F. Roberts, M.A. (Oxon) LL.D. (Viet) STUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and ^lusic. Sessional Com- position Fee, RIO, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, Al. 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. &nd the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. NEW SPRING MILLINERY AT MISS DOWNING'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. PRINT OVERALLS In Good Washing Patterns, 1/61 to 2/11. OUB LADIES' 1/- CASHMERE STOCKING is Unequalled for Value. POWELL AN DRiDOUT, Bournemouth House, Broad-Itreet, NEVTOWH.