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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole LLANIDLOES. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed to sell by auction at the Trevvytlien Arms Hotel, Llanidloes, On Saturday Next, July 24th, in six lots or otherwise, ALL THOSE SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT BUSINESS PREMISES, well situated in the centre of the town, and having an im- portant frontage of 6Sft, 6in. in Short Bridge-street, comprising 4 CONVENIENTLY ARRANGED SHOPS and Dwelling Houses with the necessary Out-offices, now in the respective occupa- tions of Messrs W. Dakin, A. Fairbairn, J. W. Chapman, and R. E. Mills, whose tenancy includes the well-arranged SPRINTING OFFICE & COMPOSING ROOM «tnd a convenient Warehouse at the back. The premises generally are in good repair, and have gas and water laid on. Also 14 WELL-BUILT COTTAGES. with Out-offices, situate on either side of Picton-street. These Cottages are one of the best letting properties of the class in the town of Llanidloes, and always com- mand respectable tenants. They are all connected with the town water supply. The annual rental of the whole property amounts to £ 180 15s. Particulars and further information from the Auctioneers, or from Mr. WILLIAM GEORGE, Solicitor, (37) Llanidloes. PARISH OF KERRY. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM known as "THE GRAIG," Situate near Dolfor, in the parish of Kerry 21 miles from Newtown, comprising a large and pleasantly situated Dwelling House. several convenient ranges of Out-buildings, in a good state of repairs, and 153 acres. 2 roods, 25 poles of Fertile ARABLE AND PASTURE LAND, thriving Woodlands and Plantations, in the occupation of Mr John Powell as yearly tenant, which MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed by the trustees of the late H. H. McConnal, Esq., to sell by auction at the Bear Hotel, Newtown, ON TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 27th, at 2-30 for 3 o'clock, and subject to con- ditions, Particulars, with plans, may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury and New- town, or Messrs James F. Addison and Cooper, Solicitors, Walsall. (17) PARISH OF BERPJEW. aA TE OF A EEHCILD TENEMENT AND FRUIT FAttM known AS JESSAMINE COTTAGE, situate close to the Fron Church and schools, within five minutes' walk of main road, and about mid-way between Welsh- Pool and Newtown, comprising, a Com- fortable Dwelling House, with Outbuildings, all in good state of repair. EXCELLENT GARDEN AND ORCHARDS, well stocked with choice fruit trees in full bearing, and several small Fields of SOUND PASTURE LAND, containing in the whole 7 acres, 0 roods, 17 poles, and at present in the occupation of the owner, Mr Pryce Lloyd, which MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed to sell by auction at the Bear Hotel, Newtown, ON TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 27th, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Further particulars on application to the Auctioneers, or Mr. MARTIN WOOSNAM, Solicitor, (35) Newtown. PARISH OF PENSTROWED. SALE OF A DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING known as GLANLLYFNANT," about a quarter of a mile from the village of Mochdre, and 2-1 miles from Newtown, 2 comprising a comfortable Brick-built and Slated Cottage, convenient Outbuildings, excellent Garden, and two small Fields of GOOD PASTURE LAND, "Well supplied with water, and containing to- gether 2 acres, more or less, now in the occupation of Mr Richard Roberts. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed to offer the above for sale by auction at the Bear Hotel, Newtown, ON TUESDAY NEXT, JULY 27th, fit 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions. Further particulars on application to the Auctioneers, or to Messrs Williams, Gittins, and Taylor, Solicitors, Newtown. (63) CAERSWS STOCK SALES. NEXT SALE, Friday, August 6th. ENTRIES SOLICITED. (16) MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE. =- Frank Lloyd and Sons. 450 HORSES. This Week. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM JLRANK LLOYD & SONS will sell THIS DAY (TUESDAY), July 20th-250 High Class Harness Horses, Hackneys, Cobs, and Ponies. I WEDNESDAY, July 21st-200 Heavy, Lurry, and Young Hoises. Sales at 12 each day. Catalogues ready. Cl | A. BREESE, r. O CHEMIST, THE CROSS, NEWTOWN, to jjj Agent for BRUCE, GREEN & Co's. «! Specialte Sightsaver/ from 2/6 per pair. All sights carefully tested. "3° SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs P. Wilson-Jones &. Davis. NEWTOWN STOCK SALES, Monday & Tuesday, July 26th & 27th. Entries respectfully solicited. L30 MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. Thursday, July 29th. IMPORTANT unreservpd Sale cf MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (removed as above by order of a lady leaving the district), comprising contents of Entrance Hall, Two Reception Rooms, and Five Bedrooms, Etc. Full particulars from the Auctioneers, L13 P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS LLANBRYNMAIR STOCK SALES, Thursday, August 5th. CAERSWS STOCK SALE, Friday, Aug. Gtb. NEWTOWN SECOND WOOL SALE, Thursday. August 26th. Early Entries for either of the above Solicited. Mr. Edgar Hickman. WELSHPOOL. SALE OF VALUABLE AND VERY AT- TRACTIVE FREEHOLD BUSINESS PREMISES. MR. EDGAR HICKMAN has been in- structed to offer for sale by auction at the Royal Oak Hotel, Welshpool, ON FRIDAY, JULY 30th, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions), ALL THAX MESSUAGE DWELLING HOUSE AND SHOP situate and being 33, Broad-street, Welshpool, now in the occu- pation of Mr William Bishop, chemist, under a repairing lease which expires on the 25th day of March, 1912, at the annual rent of £ 45 per annum. These premises are prominently situated in the centre of the principal street in the town, and in one of the best positions in Welshpool for business purposes, and com- prise a well-arranged Shop, with double- fiuiited plate-glass windows, having a front- age of nearly 18 feet, a substantial and roomy House and yard, with a side entrance to the house and a cart road to, the rear of the premises. An excellent chemistry business has been carried on for many years by Mr W. Bishop and his predecessor, Mr G. E. Davies. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, Welshpool, or Messrs Howell, Yearsley, and Reed, solicitors, Welshpool. -r- TO FARMERS! EXCELLENT SOUND FAMILY FLOUR, I 32/6 per 2801bs. CALL AND SEE SAMPLE. ALL CORN FEEDING STUFFS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. DAVID-EVANS, PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. HIGH-CLASS LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S TAILOR, 29, Broad Street, Choice Selection of High-Class Goods in Costume Cloths, Tweed Suitings, &c., LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES FOR CHILDREN'S WEAR DURING THE HOLIDAYS. White Overalls and Pinafores, SEE THE "NEW POUCH" FRONT OVERALL. Holland Pinafores. Print Overalls and Pinafores IN GOOD WASHING PATTERNS. WOOL JBBSETS. ABOVE IN GREAT VARIETY AT LOW PRICES. POWELL AND RIDOUT, Bournemouth House, Broad-street, NEWTOWN. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts. MIDDLE SUNNY BANK. THIS Property, advertised for Sale, has bpen sold privately, and is now withdrawn (31) MONTGOMERYSHIRE. SALE OF A VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM IN THE PARISH OF LLANWNOG. MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, F A I., have received instructions to offer for Sale at the BEAR'S HEAD HOTEL, NEWTOWN, On Tuesday, July 27th, At Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions to be then read or produced, all that Desirable and Compact FREEHOLD FARM & LANDS, Called, or known, by the name of GWYN-FYNYDD, Situate in the Parish of Llanwnog, in the County of Montgomery. The Farm includes a Suitable FARM HOUSE, with Outbuildings, and contains an area of about 49 Acres of Sound Meadow, Pasture and Arable Land. Further Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Mr. RICHARD EDWARD GEORGE, Solicitor, Newtown; or Messrs. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Li) Newtown, Llanidloes & Aberystwyth. NEWTOWN, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, will offer for Sale by Auction, at the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, On Tuesday, August 10th, At Three o'clock in the Afternoon, subject to conditions which will include the Common form conditions of the Shropshire Law Society, All That Superior and Modern Built Freehold FAMILY RESIDENCE, Known as WOODSIDE," with tastefully laid out GARDENS and two Conservatories. The house is substantially built and delight- fully situated with a south aspect in an elevated Dosition in the best residential part of the town, and contains:— On the Ground Floor-Entrance Hall, Drawing Room (15ft by 13-9), with Bay Window and a tiled hearth Dining Room (lott by 13ft), with Bay Window and a tiled hearth Breakfast Room (14ft by lltt), with double door French Windows opening into the Conservatory; Kitchen, Scullery Out Offices, and W.C. On First Floor-Five Bedrooms, Bath Room, h. and c., w. c., and Store Room. The Garden, Lawn, and Grounds, are nicely laid out, well arranged and stocked with choice fruit trees, profitable asparagus beds, and a belt of ornamental trees and shrubs. By arrangement a large proportion of the purchase money can remain upon mortgage at a moderate rate of iatereet. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, at their offioes-Newtown, Llanidloes, and Aber- ystwyth or to Messrs HARRISONS & WINNALL, (L9) Solicitors, Welshpool. MONTGOMERYSHIRE, Parish of Llangurig. AI,L TH^T DESIRABLE FREE- HOLD PROPERTY, known as the HENDRE ESTATE, Embracing an area with Sheepwalk'of upwards of 1,000 ACRES, at the TREWYTHEN ARMS HOTEL, LLANIDLOES, ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 14TH. Messrs HOWELL, YEARSLEY & REED, Solicitors, Welshpool. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, F.A.I., (L7) Auctioneers. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. BRYNAIRE, Near NEWTOWN. Freehold Estate known as BRYNAIRE, situate in the Parish of Newtown, containing about 98 Acres of Fertile and Productive Meadow, Pasture, and Arable Land, together with a comfortable Residence and convenient and adequate Farm Buildings.. Apply to—COOKE BROS. & ROBERTel (L59) Auctioneers and Estate Agents, Newtown. Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts' Sale Fixtures. July 24h.-Monthly Stock Sale at Llanidloes, < 10-30 a.m. July 27th.—Freehold Farm, Gwyn-Fynydd," as per advertisement. July 29th.—Freehold Marine Residence," Haul- fryn," at Aberdovey. August 2nd. Freehold Farm, Wernclog," Ponterwyd, at Aberystwyth. August 10th. Freehold Family Residence, ° Woodside," as per advertisement. August 14th.-Freehold Estate, Hendre," as per ° advertisement. August 28th. Great Annual Lamb Sale at Llanidloes. Auctioneers Offices: Newtown, Llanidloes and Aberystwyth. — { DON'T MISS THIS! YOUR UMBRELLA RECOVERED from 1 6 YOUR SUNSHADE from 1/11 Patterns to select from. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRS DONE AT LOWEST PRICES. H. H. PRICE, Hair Dresser and Toilet Repository, SEVERN ST., NEWTOWN. TRADE NOTICE. Mrs BIRCH, Market-street, BEGS TO INFORM THE INHABITANTS of Newtown and District that SHE WILL STILL CARRY ON THE BUSINESS OF BUTCHERING formerly carried on by her late husband (Mr G. E. Birch). BEGS TO INFORM THE INHABITANTS of Newtown and District that SHE WILL STILL CARRY ON THE BUSINKSS OF BUTCHERING formerly carried on by her late husband (Mr G. E. Birch). Mrs Birch thanks the public for their kind support in the past> and solicits a continuance of their patronage. (809) ——jb— LEGAL NOTICES. RE MRS. MORRIS, Deceased. ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY CLAIMS Against the Estate of the lat« Mrs Morris, warden Cottage, Carno, are rtquesfed to send them, with particulars )i same, t) thouiadersigned at earliest convenience. L52 E. JONES. HEABLAI Caersws. RE DAVID DAVIES (DECSASED). Pursuant to an Act of Parliament. 2: and 23 Vic., c. 3o, intituled an Act to furthe Ameud the Law of Property and to Believe Tnstees. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVIN that all Creditors and Persons havin; any Claims or Demands upon or against the Esite of David Davies, late ot Cwm, Llangurig, farcer (who died on the 28th day of May, 1909) are hereby required to send in tho particulars < their claims and demands to me4 the undersigned he surviving Executor named in the will), on or bfore the 2nd day of August, 1908, and notice is lereby given that after that day I shall proceedto distribute the assets of the said deceased amog the parties entitled thereto, having regard onljco the claims of which I shall then have notice, ad will not be liable for the assets or any p^rt iereof so dis- tributed to any person of whose dbt or claim I shall not then have had notice. Dated thia 29th day of JUDe. 190 ,R FRANCIS r. JONES, Maesmawr, Caersws, Surviving Executor. Ll I ISFRYN HOJSE, BRYN STREET, NEVTOWN, FOR Ladies' & Children's Dessmaking And Underclothin, Etc. DRESS MATJRIALS IN ALL THE NEWEST SHADES. MRS. O. EDWARDS. TO CONSUMERS F COAL JOHN EVvXS, Wholesale & Retail COE Merchant, NEWTOWN Has arranged for Quantities of >st CANNOPK" CHASE, HANWOOD, AND RlBON COALS at Rock Bottom Prices, and is spared to give PURCHASERS THE ]3)PFIT. ARTIFICIAL MANURES :-»re Dissolved 1 Bone, Superphosphates Basicf^ag, Kainit Agricultural Salt, &c., &c. ald in Stock. In Truck Loads to aajfation. f IT IS IKFOSTMI 'THGG^ Should Know 4t WE KEEP A FULL STOCK OF Agricultural & Hojticultural Poisons THE FOLLOWING DIPS ÁE APPROVED by the BOARD OF AGRICULTURE Afi FISHERIES :— Coopers Powder Dip (l/Jize), 1/- per pkt. Hayward's Paste Dip 1 (Sufficient for 30 Sheep) P Nash's Paste Dip. does n<>Wash off, in Packets suffice for a 25 Sheep — __orl0/6doz. lIlT THE USE OF A LAEg PORTABLE SWIM BATH ON WH S, or a HAND BATH, is Granted, ef Charge, to Purchasers of Dip from thiestablishment. WHY DRIVE YOUR SHE}Long Distances when You can DIP BET%, an(j JJQRE CHEAPLY at Home, using £ )jp yOU choose, and knowing that the Bath is tian an(j Full Strength ? In this way rUQ No Eigk of introducing Foot Rot among Flock. CATTLE DRENCHES, ilLS, AND AGRICULTURAL Cecals. I ALL AT L OWES! g NOTE THE ADDRESS- F. J. NASH, M.P.S., st, Agricultural Chet, 48, Broad gkoet, (667) NEWIQWK costumes, COATS, DRESSSJ, CHILDREN'S GiRMENTS, BLOUSES, j CORSETS, UNDEB,LOTIRING, DRESS FAJUCS, HOUSEHOLD LINENS. MOURNING ORDEIW Speciality. FIRST-CLASS DESSMAKING ON THE MISES. —ji SW PATTERNS bihe Newest Designs and Colours-Now Read i L* R. & S. iORGAN, SHORT SBJDGKE, liWToWN. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. SAFE BRAND. "Pure English Yeast." NEW HOPS, 10d., is., & is. 3d. FAMILY FLOUR at Miilers' 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. rIE.N,TS and Marquees for Hire.—Apply, Alfred X H. Pilot, The Bank, Newtown. (743) APARTMENTS Wanted for Gentleman, in or very near to Newtown. State full particu- lars and terms to Box 62. APPRENTICES Wanted: One to the stationery -HL. and fancy; one to the letterpress printing. -Apply, Park & Son. The Cross, Newtown. WANTED—A Good General Servant, where two are kept; must have good references. —Apply, Mrs Edward Hamer, Summerfield, Llanidloes. L66 NURSES Wanted at the County Asylum, Shrewsbury; previous experience not necessary three years' course of lectures and training for the Certificate in Mental Nursing given. Salary commencing at .£18. rising to .£35. with board, uniform, etc.—Apply, stating age and height, to the Medical Superintendent. (L48) LOST on July 10th, a pedigree Dalmatian Bitch, last seen Abermule. Reward to recoverer. —Rd. Thomas, Greyhound, Newtown. (39) STRAYED to Llidiarde, Berriew, Two Ewes kJ and a Lamb. If not claimed in 14 days will be sold to defray expenses.—Apply as above. L46 TRAYED to Wernddu, Aberhafesp, Welsh Ewe and Lamb. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.—R. Morgan. STRAYED to Guinea Hafod, Dolfor, Yearling 8 Ewe. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses.-O. Williams. (L23) STRAYED from Wee. Dolfor, Welsh Ewe and k9 Lamb (unshorn) Ewe Raddle marked over loins, Lamb Pitched J.C.—Information to J. W. Oorfield. L22 STRAYED from Pentreriiedyu, middle ot Mny, S a Kerry-Hill Theave; marked on crup with B in compass; thumb notch in near ear.— information to R. H. Bennett. L51 SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. FOR SALE-A Small Farm, about 14 acres, -t* situate within H miles of Newtown.— Write Box 42, 'Express' Office FOR SALE—A stained and varnished Dog-cart in splendid condition.—Apply to Manuel Bros., Wheelwrights & Coachbuilders, Newtown. FREFORDSHIRE Cider and- Perry in fine ja- d i t!. irfttvm pat 8'tl!I :ú, Cider and Perry in Quarts, Pints, and Half-pinta. all carriage paid.-Agent, W. LL PoweU, Kerry; Mont. L50 PAPERHANGINGS.—Some desirable Bundles JL of unsoiled Remnants still left. All at about Half-prico. -Phillips & Son, 19, Broad Street, Newtown. TO BE SOLD by piivate 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 ARSTON'S, 24, Bradford St., Birmingham. Landaus, Brakes, Hansom3, £ 20; Hearses, Cars, Coaches, 50; some equal new. Bargains. Easy terms. Illustrated catalogues and prices free. (R) GENUINE Edison Orem Ptionograpn, small horn, concert trumpet, patent connection, nickel-plated stand, 35 Edison records complete, good as new; t2 10s quick.-I, Park Place, Welshpool. (570) "\1T7"ALLPAPERS from l £ d. per Roll. Any V\ 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) PROPERTIES TO LET. UTCHERS.-House and Shop to let.—Apply, D H. Kirkham, 37, Kerry-road, Newtown. (61) TO LET, the "Castle Vaults," Newtown.— Apply to Thomas Swift, Market-street, Newtown. (817) rfio LET, excellent Three-stall Stable (with 1 small Coach-house attached. -Apply at the Music Salon, Newtown. (523 110 LET, from 1st May, the Warehouse situate at rear of Clifton-terrace, formerly used as the EXFBBSS Offlee.-Apply, Phillips and Son. TO LET, a Desirable Dwelling-house in Gas-street—Apply: Manager, Gasworks, Newtown. (645) TO LET, St. David's." a charmingly situated Semi-detached Villa Residence, about one mile from Newtown, with immediate possession.— Apply to Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Land Agents. Newtown. (805) TO BE LET immediately, convenient and pleasantly situated house, being No. 8, Tra Dyddan Terrace, Newtown, lately in the occupation of Mr L. Gibson.—For particulars apply to Mr A. H. Bennett, Caersws. (649) TO LET—33, Park-6treet, Newtown; contain- ing Double-fronted Shop, Kitchen and Scullery; Sitting Room, 3 Bedrooms, and 2 Attics; a Good Cellar in base; also Lock-up Yard.—For particulars, apply to J. Jones, Coal Merchant, or Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts, auctioneers, Newtown. (253) TO LET, Tynyreithin," containing 3 Good Sitting Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Dressing Room, and Suitable Domestic Offices, Coach House, Stable, Lawn, Shrubbery, Garden, and Paddock, comprising in all 3 11 Acres; healthily situated on high ground 13 miles from Newtown. Rent to Good Tenant, S.35.-Apply: Edward Powell, Plasybryn, Newtown. (734) TO BE LET with immediate possession, 'Milford Cottage,' near Newtown, consisting of Dining and Drawing Rooms, Cooking Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and useful Out-door Offices, 4 Bedrooms and Bath-room, together with a large Garden and Orchard.—Apply to Mrs Herbert Davies, Short Bridge-street, or to Mr Benriett Rowlands, Estate and House Agent, Newtown. (784) TO LET IN NEWTOWN. -VTO. 3, BRYNLLYS—A very healthily situated JAI Modern Residence, containing 3 Reception Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry, Scullery,, 4 good Bed- rooms and Bathroom, together with usual offices. COMMODIOUS WAREHOUSE in Weir-street. 2 PASTURE FIELDS on the Fron. Apply to- POWELL & JARVIS, (629) Newtown PUBLIC NOTICES. FORDEN UNION. TO MILLERS AND OTHERS. THE GUARDIANS OF THIS UNION will X at their Meeting on the 28th inst. be pre- pared to consider Tenders for the Supply of Flour to the Workhouse to the 30th September next. Sealed Tenders must reach me not later than 10 o'clock on the morning of the said meeting marked Tender for Flour." CHARLES S. PRYCE, Clerk. Union Offices, Montgomery. 15th July, 1909, L49 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABERYSTWYTH. SUMMER VACATION COURSES. ,HORT COURSES in the following subjects 6 will be hold at the College from August 3rd, 1909, to August 21st. Kindergarten, Nature Study and Rural Science, Brushworir, Clay Modelling, Woodwork, Horti- sulture, Muajc, Geography, and the History ot Wales. The fee for each subject will be at the rate of 10s a week, but Students taking two subjects will be charged 15s a week for the both. The lapses are open to all. Forjfurther details apply to the (780) REGISTRAR. MONTGOMERYSHIRE HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTED. I AGRICULTURAL SCHOLARSHIPS. THE Committee offer Six SCHOLARSHIPS -1- of X6 each to enable Residents in Mont- gomeryshire to attend the Short Course in AGRICULTURE for Farmers, at the University College, Aberystwyth, commencing in October next. Applications must be made on a form, to be obtained from the undersigned, and must be sent bo him not later than August 14th. G. D. HARRISON, r County Council Offices, L-6) Welshpool. MONTGOMERYSHIRE HIGHER EDUCATION COMMITTEE. COOKERY SCHOLARSHIPS. THE Committee offer Three SCHOLARSHIPS -i of .£10 each to enable Residents in Mont- gemeryshire to attend an Elementary Course in Practical COOKERY, which will be held at the University College. Aberystwyth, in September. Applications must be made on a form, to be obtained from the undersigned, and must be sent to him not later than August 14th. GEO. D. HARRISON, County Council Offices, (L27) ;v. ,w*. WelghpodL MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY CEFNYCOED (LLANDYSSIL) COUNCIL SCHOOL. TENDERS are invited for the ERECTION of the above NEW SCHOOL. Plans may be seen at the County Education Offices, Newtown, during usual office hours after Tuesday, the 6th inst, on written application to the undersigned, and also on payment of a deposit fee of one guinea, which will be returned on receipt of a bona-flde Tender. Sealed Tenders to be marked on outside cover "Tenders for Cefnycoed Council School" to be addressed, to the undersigned, and to reach the County Education Offices not later than the 20th day of July instant. The lowest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority. County Education Offices, Newtown, 6th July, 1909. (L28) MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TENDERS FOR WORK AT COUNCIL SCHOOLS. HAFOD (LLANERFYL) COUNCIL SCHOOL. TENDERS are invited for Works of Improve- JL ment and ALTERATIONS to the HAFOD COUNCIL SCHOOL and Out-offices, and for a proposed NEW WATER SUPPLY. Plans, Specifications and Conditions may be seen at the County Education Offices, Newtown, during office hours, on written application being made to the Clerk, accompanied by a deposit fee of one guinea, which will be returned on receipt of a bona-fide Tender. Tenders marked "Tender for Hafod Council School" to be sent in to the undersigned before the 20th day of July instant. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority. County Education Offices, Newtown, 6th July, 1909. (L29) MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS HEAD. Certificated—Llanwrin Cl. Mistress, iSO. Uncertificated-Cwmdu (Llanrhaiadr) Council School (Female), £ 65. ASSISTANT. Certificated-Welsbpool C.E. (Boys) Male, JES5. Un certificated-All Saint's C.E., Newtown (Female), Sewing Required, .£45. Castle- Caereinion, C.E. (female), .£30. Llandinam Council, .£35. Welshpool C.E. (Boys), Male, i545. 5 Supplementary Teacher—Fron C.E. (female), .£25. Llanwrin Cl. (female), £ 25. Forms of application may be obtained from me the undersigned, on receipt of stamped addressed foolscap envelope for reply. Canvassing, directly or indirectly, a disqualiifcation. J LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education'Authority. County Education Offices, Newtown, July 15th, 1909. (l57) Money Lent on these Terms, .£3 to .21,000. Loan X3 repay JE3 7 6 Loan £ 50 repay .£33 15 Loan £ 5 repay £ 5 12 6 Loan .£50 repay .£56 5 Loan X10 repay JEII 5 Loan .£100 repay.2112 10 Loan £ 20 repay t22 10 1 Loan X200 repay £ 225 W. JACKSON, 20, Farrar Road, BANGOR. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES YOUNG HELPERS' LEAGUE. A GARDEN FETE r° XEW'TOWN^6 helCi On Thursday, July 22nd. The Fete will be opened at 3 p.m., by MBS. BARNARDO. Patr?lTSp! th* attractioEs there will be: A CroQuet p ay:M;n"et and Cotillon Danaes, Golf IndLn B?n°p G0L' Deck Que its, Other • 11 Game; A Cake, Dressed Doll, and A STPmn^ and AmUSiD £ Competitions. A STRING BAND will play during the after- noon and evening. anfTiSl(6i°S°?AhmJa^rav1P,aj,'t'anC'>s 6/ Children Jr "i n'f, admit Members of the Y.H.L., 1/. each f"Price Gates Open at 2-30. WELSHPOOL D;IUIDS' FLOWER SHOW, SPORTS and MUSICAL FESTIVAL, ON THE FOOTBALL GROUND, Saturday, August 7th, 1909. AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS Under the A.A. A.- Laws, Rules, and Regulations, and by permits from the M.C.A.A.A. & N.C.U. FOOT & CYCLE RACES. TUG-OF-WAR (5 a-side). QUOITING (single). The BAND of the THIRD BATTAL!ON SOUTH WALES BORDERLRS Has been Engaged. BEE-KEEPING EXHIBITION. Entry Forms and all particulars from J. E. DAYIES, 7 T. A. MEREDITH,) Hon- Secs- Mountain Yiew, WelshpooL KERRY SUMMER FESTIVAL, Saturday, August 21st. PBESIDENT-J. E. POUNDLEY, ESQ, J.p MIXID OV0ICE COMPETITION, not less* than 20 or to exceed 30 voices. Test P;ece P,t £ r Yr Haf Gwent)! Published by Messrs Hughes & Son, Wrex- ham. first Prize, t5 5s.; second, X2 2s. NOTE.-The above Test Pieca is substituted for he Lullaby of life," previously advertized. L55 S. M BREEZE, Secretary. J MACHYNLLETH Ajggki SHOW w.a.a.6.y, 2- t.IJ., field on the Beautiful PLAS MACHYNLLETH GROUNDS, By the kind permission of the Right Hon. Lord Herbert Yana-Tempest. OPEN TURN-OUT, TROTTING AND GRAND LEAPING COMPETITIONS. 23 Classes and 18 Specials for DOGS in Marquee (Benched and Fed by Old Calabar). New Features in Horse Section, Poultry, and Garden Produce. President's Tenant Farmers' Classes, and Gate Making Competition President: The Right Hon. LORD HERBSRT V ANE- TEMPEST. Vice-President: D. DAVIES, Esq., M.P. Schedules sent free. T. PARSONS, Secretary. NEWTOWN SILVER BAND AND BATT BAND 7th R.W.F. PRESIDENT, 1909:— CAPTAIN R. J. W. ARBUTHNOT. .1 Fixtures:- JULY 24th to AUG. 7th-In Camp. AUG. 12th—Llanfair Flower Show. AUGUST 21-Kerry Flower Show. AUGUST 26th—Montgomery Flower Show. AUG. 27th—Plas, Machynlleth. SEPT. 2ND-Gregynog Estate Show. TERMS for Bands from 10 to 30 Performers to be obtained from the Hon. Sec., DAVID W. OLIVER, (833) Music Salon, Newtown. .= THE NEWEST OF THE NEW IN SMART SUMMER MILLINERY AT MISS DOWNINGr'S, 28, Broad Street, XEWTO-NVX. Children's Dainty Millinery. 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 W AT EEMAEKABLY LOW PRICES CALL AND INSPECT THE STANIR bebre you buy anYWhere else. ADDRESS 9. BROAD ST., WELSHPOOL-