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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole REMOVAL OF OFFICE. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE beg to announce that in future their NEWTOWN OFFICES will be on the premises of Mr Nash, Chemist, No. 48, Broad Street. opposite the Bear Hotel, and that the Clerk in charge up to July 1st is Mr W. S. Stanley. Mr George Hone will then rejoin the Firm as their Resident Representative in the Newtown District. Chirbury, Shropshire, 17th June, 1910. (752) This Pay (Tuesday). IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- JL HOLD FARMS, in the Parishes of Carno, Mochdre, Llandinam, and Penstrowed, to be Sold by Auction at the REAR HOTEL, NXWTOWN, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (675) Auctioneers. THE VICARAGE, FORDEN. ATTRACTIVE SALE of the Greater Portion of the VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, Including Sideboard in Old Mahogany, Mahogany Dining Table and Dinner Waggon, Antique Mahogany Cellarette, Grandfather Clock (with old brass dial), Three Excellent Maho- gany Bookcases, Walnut-frame Drawing- room Suite, Inlaid Walnut China Cabinet, and several lots of Old China, Antique Copper Warming Pan, Couches, Easy and Single Chairs, an Excellent MAGIC-LANTERN and Accessories. CAMERA and Photographic Ap- pliances, a large assortment of Kitchen and Culinary Utensils. THE BEDROOM FURNITURE includes Four Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Two Feather Beds, an Excellent Birch Hanging Wardrobe, Oak Linen Cnpboard, Chests of Drawers, Toilet Tables, &c. Also the whole of the very useful OUTDOOR EFFECTS, including a 60-Egg Hearson's Incubator with Foster-Mother (in excellent order), Two Large Poultry Houses, and numerous other Poultry Appliances, about 2t Tons of HAY, Two Wheelbarrows, Three Ladders, 31 dozen Iron Hurdles, Garden and other Tools, and numerous other items. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE have received instructions from the Rev John E. Vize (whp has resigned the living) to "Conduct this Important Sale by Auction, on the above premises, On Thursday Next, June 30th. Sale to commence with the Outdoor Effects at One o'clock prompt. Catalogues from the Auctioneers' Offices, No. 48, Broad-street, Newtown, or Chirbury, Shropshire. (776) MONTGOMERY STOCK SALES., MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE '*— will hold their next Sale on Thursday. July 7th. Further entries solicited. (779) NEWTOWN ANNUAL WOOL SALE Thursday, July 7th. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE solicit further entries for this important Sale which should be made this day. A Sheets forwarded fiee on application to Newtown Office, or Chirbury, Shropshire. (724) SALE OF A VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, in the Parish of CASTLEWRIGHT, near CHURCHSTOKE, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed to Sell by Auction at the Dragon Hotel, Montgomery, On Thursday, July 7th, The Desirable Upland Farm called LLWYNYGARREG," situate midway between the Towns of Bishop's Castle and Montgomery, comprising a comfortable Dwelling-House, convenient Outbuildings, and Foldyards, with 51a. 2r. 34p. of sound and pro- ductive Pasture and Arable Land. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Chirbury, Shropshire; or MR. C. S. PRYCE, (778) Solicitor, Montgomery Preliminary Notice of Sale of the VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS, known as "GROPTYDD" & "CWMGWERWEN," "With the Excellent Hill adjoining, situate in the Parish of Llanwnog on the borders of Carno. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed to Sell these well-known Farms by Auction, at the BEAR HOTEL, Newtown, On Tuesday, July 26th. I Further particulars in future advertisements, or on application to the Auctioneers, or Messrs WILLIAMS, GITTINS & TAYLOR, (;82) Solicitors, Newtown. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE OF A HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS, SMALL HOLD- INGS & ACCOMMODATION LANDS, being the outlying portions of the GREGYOG ESTATE, and comprising an area of upwards of 3,500 *Cres, situate in the parishes of Forden.SBerriew, Llanllwchaiarn, Penstrowed, Llandinam, llanwnog and Llanwyddelan. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are honoured with instructions from the ■"Mfht Hon. Lord Joicey to offer the above valuable Properties for Sale by Auction, at the Public ■^°OQ»8, Newtown, About the End of August. Plans and Particulars are in course of prepara- £ °n. and when ready may be obtained, of the ^■tictioneers, Chirbury, Welshpool, and Newtown, or MESSRS HARRISONS & WINNALL. Solicitors, 11783 Welshpool. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole. MARTON. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE in. Will Sell by Auction as above, On Wednesday, July 6th, The Whole of the Superior HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE and EFFECTS, also the Extensive BUILDER'S PLANT, by order of Mr William Hughes (who is going abroad). Catalogues from the Auctioneers. 777 Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts. COOKE BROS,& ROBERTS, F.A.I. N.D.A. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS. OFFICES—Newtown, Llanidloes, Aberystwyth and Dolgelly. (75) AUCTION MART, HIGH STREET. This Day—Tuesday. MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, have received instructions to offer for sale without reserve, a large collection of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS; also Harness, Dog Carte, etc., etc. 701 .Sale at 1-30 p.m. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. SALE OF A NUMBER OF SMALL HOLDINGS, situate in the Parishes of Llanwnog and Trefeglwys. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (736) Auctioneers. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. HENDRE ESTATE, LLANGUEIG, comprising 1,000 acres; UPPER BOLBORO FARM, in the Parish of- Liandyssil, comprising 113 acres. Apply to COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (737) Auctioneers. TO HOTEL KEEPERS, JOB MASTERS, FARMERS, TRADESMEN & OTHERS. ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & R«BERTS, F.A I., are favoured with instructions from Mr David Phillips, of the Livery Stables, Queen's- road, Aberystwyth, who is retiring owing to ill- health, to Sell by Auction, without reserve, upon the premises, on On Wednesday, June 9th, oommeucing at One o'clock, 29 HORSES, Well-seasoned and warranted quiet in Single and Double Harness; 31 CARRIAGES, comprising Charabancs, Wag- gonettes, Victorias, Landaus, Hearses, Dog Carts, Governess Car, &c. 21 SETS of Single and Double Harness, Collars, Head Stalls, Clothing and Sundries. NOTE.-The Horses are in hard condition, in- cluding several matched teams, ranging from 15 to 16-1 hands, suitable for Private Gentlemen, Job Masters, Tradesmen and Others. Catalogues may be obtained seven days prior to Sale from Mr D. Phillips, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth or the Auctioneers, at their offices, Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth, or at Newtown Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons. 30* £ ETS 500 HORSES NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD & SONS' GREAT J" HORSE SALES, July 20th-Harness Horses, Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies. July 21st—-Heavy Lurry and Young Horses. Entries Close Monday, July 11th. (763) WOOL SALE. BIRMINGHAM GREAT ANNUAL WOOL SALE, ESTABLISHED 1844. THE ANNUAL WOOL SALE will be held at the Wool Warehouses, New Canal-street, Birmingham, On Tuesday, July 12th, for which Entries are invited. OVER 67,000 FLEECES SOLD LAST YEAR. Commission 2! per cent. CASH ADVANCED IF DESIRED. Sheets for packing sent free. Wool weighed on arrival, and receipt note sent. Terms and any further particulars from the Auctioneers. LYTHALL & WALTERS, Bingley Hall, Birmingham or the BUTCHERS' HIDE, SKIN & WOOL Co., 661 Now Canal-street, Birmingham. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS. Sickness, Employers' Liability, Burglary & Fidelity Guarantee Risks Insured Against by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO., CAPITAL (fully subscribed), .1,000,000 Claims Paid— £ 5,700,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary AOBNTS AT Aberystwyth—Mr E. J. DAVIES, 23, North Parade. Newtown—Mr J. EDWARDS, Cambrian Railways WelBhpocl—Mr. T PRYCE, Cambrian Railways LEGAL NOTICES. RE WILLIAM SMITH (DECEASED). Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Yic., Cap. 35, intituled An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Creditors and other Persons having any Claims or Demands against the Estate of William Smith, late of Red House, in the Parish of Aber- hafesp, in the County of Montgomery, Farm Labourer, deceased (who died on the 13th day of May, 1910, and whose will was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty's High Court of Justice on the 26th day of May, 1910, by George Roberts, of Severn- square, Newtown, in the County of Montgomery, the executor therein named) are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their claims or demands to me, the undersigned, the Solicitor for the said George Roberts, on or before the 18th day of July, 1910, after which date the said Executor will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said deceased amonest the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which he shall then have had notice and he will not be liable for the Assets of the said deceased, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands he shall not then have bad notice. Dated this 24th day of June, 1910. RICHARD EDWARD GEORGE, Newtown, North Wales. | (765) Solicitor for the said Executor. SCHOLASTIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PREPARATIONS for the University Locals, -t- 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. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABBBYSTWTTH (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) TUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, a Science (including the applied' Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Com- position Fee, xio, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, Cl. 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. IV* iogs. For fuil patUoulari inspecting 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. MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS:— HEADS. Certificated.-Cefnycoed Council, Master, .£90. Hyssington and Snead C.E., Mistress, .£75. Penegoes C.E. Mistress (knowledge of Welsh), -670. ASSISTANTS (Female). U ncertificated-PenybontfawrC.E. (to teach Welsh and Sewing), £ 45. Llangadfan C.E. (Welsh essential), to take rowing, X40. Darowen C.E. (Welsh essential), X40. Churchstoke C.E., JB40. Llaagynog OJ. (knowledge of Welsh), .£40. Llanwddyn C.E, (Welsh essential), .£50. Llanllwchaiarn (All Saints') C.E (to take sewing), £ 45. Llandrinio Par., .£45. Cefnycoed Cl. (to take sewing), £ 45. ASSISTANTS (Male). Carno Cl. To take up duty 1st September, .£55. 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, June 25th, 1910. M757 MARIN E STORES. BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR OLD IRON BRASS, COPPER, LEAD, RAGS, BONES RABBIT SKINS AND HORSE HAIR. NOTE ADDRESS:— ISAIAH ARNOLD, THE OLD FACTORY, (Next Door to Davies's Corn Warehouse), Frolic Street, NEWTOWN. COMMERCIAL STREET MONUMENTAL WORKS, NEWTOWN, MORRIS BROS., Monumental Masons, Soulptors & Engravers, Are prepared to execute Work in Marble, Granite, Stone, and Slate, in the very best style at low prices. Designs and Price List on Application. Artificial Wreaths a Speciality. Dressese'^fl Costumes fjlli 71,n Readym&te order. y III PATTERNS WA Till*' FREE A'C# SHORT YJ\Y .BRIDGE hmmm PUBLIC NOTICES. Mr, A. J. BIBB. P R.C.O., (Organist of Newtown Parish Chu'. ii), HAS VACANCIES FOR A LIMITED Number of Pupils. TERMS: Organ and Theory Lessons, 2 Guineas per quarter; Voice Production and Pianoforte, 1 Guinea. Candidates prepared for Musical Examinations.—Address Cound Villa, New-road, Newtown. (466) NEWTOWN & LLANLLWCHAIARN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE. ON ACCOUNT OF THE REPAIRS to the Water Mains, the watsr supply of the Town will be turned off each night during the present week, including Sunday next, at 10 p.m. The water will be turned on each succeeding morning at 6 a m. Dated this 27th day of June, 1910. MARTIN WOOSNAM, 768 Clerk. MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL. THE above Council are prepared to receive offers for the LOAN of a sum of £ 3750 at £ 3 10s. Od. per cent. interest secured on the General County Fund and Rates and Revenues of the County Council. The principal can, at the option of the lenders, be repaid by equal yearly instalments of principal and interest combined (viz: AI,25o in twelve years and X.2,500 in fifty years). The money can be advanced either in one sum, or several, to suit the convenience of intending lenders. Applications for any portion of the above loan should reach me on or before the 1. day of July, 1910. Envelopes to be endorsed "loan." GEO. D. HARRISON, Clerk to the Council. Welshpool, 17th June, 1910. (750) NOTICE OF AUDIT. THE URBAN COUNCIL FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEWTOWN & LLANLLWCHAIARN. THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE THAT ON WEDNESDAY, the 13th day hi July, 1910, at 10-30 o'clock in the Forenoon, at the Office of the said Urban District Council, there will be an AUDIT of the ACCOUNTS of the said Urban Council for the District of Newtown and Llanllwcbaiarn under, and according to, the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1875, and the Local Government Act, 1894, and that a copy of the Accounts to be Audited, together with all Rate Books, Account Book?, Deeds, Contracts, Accounts, Bills, Vouchers, and Receipts mentioned or referred to in such nccounfs will be deposited in the Offices of the said Urban District Council, and be open during office hours thereat to the inspection of all persons interested fot seven days before the said Audit alid Examination, and all such parties shall be at liberty to take copies of, or extracts from, the same without fq^ar reward. Dated this 26th day 4 June, 1 MARTIN WOOSNAM, Clerk to the Urban Council for the District of Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn. Bank Chambers, Newtown. (773) NEWTOWN AND LLANIDLOES UNION. CONTRACTS. THi: BOARD OF GUARDIANS, at their ■MI-T-IUITF to be held on WEDNESDAY, the 6th JULY NEXT, will receive TENDERS (accom- panied by oirapleii where practicable), for the Supply of the Union Workhafcse during the Three Months ending Michaelmas next, with the following Articles delivered at the Workhouse Well-fed Ox or Cow Beef, alternate quarters, per I b. Wether or Ewe Mutton, per lb. Best Suet, per lb. Best Household Flour, per sack,-sample of flour and bread to accompany tender. Best Oatmeal, per sack. Best Coal, per ton, delivered at Caersws Station, colliery weight, tenders to state name of colliery, and colliery ticket to be sent to the Master on delivery of coal. In addition to such contract the Guardians may require a bond from the contractor, with sureties for its performance. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order of the Board, CECEL T. M. TAYLOR, Clerk to the Guardians. Newtown, 23rd June, 1910. (774) ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE—BARTHOLOMEW LANE, LONDON,E.C Accumulated ) £ 17m 0ftft Funds Exceed j sl7>°00,000. CHAIRMAN The Right Hon. LORD ROTHSCHILD, G.C.V.O. ROBERT LEWIS, General Manager. The operations of the Company extend to the following, among other Branches of Inburance: 1. LIFE AND ANNUITIES. 2. FIRE. 3. CONSEQUENTIAL LOSS FOLLOWING FIRE. 4. MARINE. 5. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION (including Special Domestic Servants' Policies). 6. PERSONAL ACCIDENT AND DISEASE. 7. THIRD PARTY AND DRIVERS' RISKS. 8. MOTOR CAR AND LIFT. 9. PLATE GLASS AND HAILSTORM. 10. BURGLARY AND THEFT. 11. FIDELITY GUARANTEE. The Company also grants CAPITAL RE- DEMPTION POLICIES, and undertakes the duties of TRUSTEE AND BXECUTOR. SHREWSBURY BRANCH: THE SQUARE, SHREWSBURY. BOARD Col. E. CBESSWELL, PEKLE. Chairman. E. B. FIELDEN, Esq., Capt. The Hon. GEORGE C. B. W. FORESTER, Major A. H. O. LLOYD, M.V.O. 1 ROBERT WIILIAMS, Secretary. I For full particulars apply to any of the Company's Offices or Agents. WHILST YOU WAIT I-If you require VV PRINTING in a hurry—hurry to the Express' Office. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED-A Good General S..rvant.-Apply, TT Mrs A. E. Jones, 1, Bryn Villas, Newtown. BOOK DEBTS Purchased, Cash down; any district.—W. Jackson, 26 Corporation-street, Manchester. (139) WANTED, a Foster-Mother for Foal.—Apply Stud Groom, Llandinam Hall, Llandinam. AiNTED,-Strong Errand Boy; regular W employment. Apply, London House, Newtown. M705 APPRENTICE wanted to the Grocery and Provision Trade; to live out.—Apply to J. Croft Lewis, 47, Broad-street, Newtown. 732 WANTED—A Good, Stiong Labourer, only steady man need apply; good wages; permanent job.—Apply by letter only, Box No, 733,' Express' Office. WANTED-Cowman for Park, to live at W Bellan; with or without eight acres of land.-Apply, D. M. Hughes, Park, Caersws. 755 FJ. NASH, M P.S., Chemist, Newtown, has • a vacancy for well-educated Youth as Apprentice. (746) AN APPRENTICE wanted in the Workshop at C. W. Norton's Cycle Depot and Repair Shop, Broad-street, Newtown. (780) PARTMENTS (superior); suitable for two CL pleasantly situated; Bath: hot and cold.— Box 738, Express' Office. WILL the Man who picked up a Lady's black W Alpaca Jacket on Saturday last, near Park House, please return it to the Police Station, Newtown ? 769 WANTED for NewtowD, Willing Young General.—Apply, • Express Office. 771 WANTED—Gcod Country Girl as General for Manchester; references required.—Mrs Sparrow, 2, Old Church-street, Newtown. 772 STRAYED from Cwmbadarn, one Kerry-Hill Yearling Sheep; Pitch, rump, B.—Informa- tion as above or to P.C. Davies. Montgomery. 775 LOST at Newtown on Fair Day (May 31) off JLjt the street, a two year old Hereford HeifeL.- Anyone giving information to the Police.Office, Newtown, or Mr Richard Bowen, Tynybitfel, will be handsomely rewarded. M712 FOUND, Mountain Pony.—Apply, David Davies, Borfahafod, Tregynon. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray costs. (7G2) HAVE NOTHING~TO SELL^-I^was^a martyr to Rheumatism and Gout for years. Having been positively cured by a simple and in- expensive remedy, I will be happy to communi- cate particulars of same to any sufferer on receipt of an addressed envelope-Apply to J. Daubney, Esq Spring Cottage, Ramsdell, Basingstoke. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. rpENTS AND MARQUEES for Hire; reliable. X —Apply, A. H. Pilot, Bank Stores, Newtown. Please note the address. HAY FOR SALE— £ 4 per ton. at Caedio Farm. —Apply, Maurice Powell, Queen's Head, Newtown. (579) 1 Q1 TYRES.—No advance; Covers, 3/9 JLe/I\ each; Air Tubes with Valves, 2/6, guaranteed; also Dunlop, Palmer, Clincher Tyres; Wheels, Fiam&«, t-be Makers* Pcicea. Listis. —W A. Gorton, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. 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 Patterns and say what class you require.—(Dept. 284), The Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. (101) IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. EVERY Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of .her Child should use Harrison's "Reliable" Nursery Pomade. Ohe application kills all nits and vermin, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In tins, 4ld and 9d. Postage, Id.—George W. Harrison, chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists.—Agent for Newtown; A. Breese, chemist, The Cross; agent for Mont- gomery: W. P. Marshall, chemist, Broad-street; agent for Welshpool: William Bishop chemist J agent for Llanidloes: R. Hughes. (218) PROPERTIES TO LET XCELLENT PASTURAGE for 40 Shi^T^i Hill until December 1st.—For particulars, apply to P. Wilson Jones, County Land Agent Newtown. TO LET, with immediate possession, House and Shop situate at Nantoer, Newtown; rent, X13 per annum; rates paid by landlord.—Apply, J. H. Phillips, 3, Fron Terrace, Newtown. 718 TO LET, with immediate possession, Rose Cottage, Caersws rental £ 12.—Apply to Miss Jones, Crown Inn, Newtown. (751) O LET—An 8 Roomed House in ParlTstreet, Newtown immediate possession.—Apply to Ernest C. Morgan, Incorporated Accountant, Newtown. 717 O BE LET—From the 1st of May, alllhat Commodious Family Residence known as Glandwr." with Stable, Garden, etc., situate on the Pool-Road, Newtown.—Apply to Cooke Bros. and Roberts, House Agents, Newtown. (411) DAVID HAMER Railway Whart. NEWTOWN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN COAL To Suit all Customers, and in Trucks, to any Station. LLANYMYNECH LIME. CANADIAN HAY SUPERPHOSPHATE. BILSTON SLAG. SAWN OAK CORDWOOD. Write for Quotations. EDWARDS'S FOR LADIES' & CHILDREN'S HATS. ALSO, THE NEW WASHING MATERIALS: SHANTUN LINNENE, COLOURED POPLINS, BLOUSE LENGTHS From Is lid each. BRYN STREET, NEWTOWN- MRS. H. J. VINTER, (Successor to Miss Downing). HIGH-CLASS, MILLINER. ALL THE LATEST UP-TO-DATE STYLES AT MODERATE PRICES. 28, Broad Street, Newtown. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NEWTOWN ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD. MONDAY, JANUARY 2nd, 1911. MUSICAL ADJUDICATOR- EMLYN DAVIES, Esq., A.R.C.M. List of Competitions. MUSIC. Girl's Solo (under 14 years). "The blackbird" (No. 2, 'People's Welsh Songs').—Prizes, 5a and 2s 6d. Boy's Solo (under 14 years), "In the Vale of Llangollen" (No. 2,' People's Welsh Songs'). Prizes, 5s and 2s 6d. Pianoforte Solo (under 13 years). Dance Poetique" (J. Coleman, Is).—Prizes, 10s and 5s). Soprano Solo, The flower's message" (W. Davies). Published by Hughes and Son, Wrexham, 6d.—Prizes, 15s and 5s. Contralto Solo. "Sing to me old Cambria's music" (J. Henry). Published by D. Jenkins, Aberystwyth, Is.—Prizes, 15s and 5s. Tenor Solo, The Lord is my Shepherd" (D. Jenkins). Published by D. Jenkins, Aber- ystwyth. Is.—Prizes, 15s and 5s. Bass Solo, Now Heaven in fullest glory shone (' Creation,' Haydn).—Prizes, 15s and 5s. Tenor and Bass Duet, Be true to lovely Wales" (W. Davies). Published by D. Jenkins, Aberystwyth.—Prizes, £ 1 and ios. Quartette, "Come, Thou long-expected Jesus" (D. Pughe Evans, Y Cerddor,' No. 79. Old Notation 2d, Solfa Id.) Published by Hughes and Son, Wrexham.—Prizes, £ 1 and 10s. Male Voice Choir (12 to 16 voices)," Peace be still (D. Jenkins). Published by D. Jenkins, Aberystwyt O.N. 3d, Solfa id.—Prizes, X3 and £ 1. Hymn Tune (12 to 16 voices), "St. Margaret" (Dr Peace), to the hymn, 0, Love that will not let me go."—Prizes, £ 2 and XI. Mixed Choir (16 to 20 voices)," Sleep, my darling, sleep (W. M. Roberts). Published by Hughes and Son, Wrexham, O.N. 4D, Solfa Id.— Prizes, X6 and £ 2. ART. For any Piece ot Chip Carved Work (open to ladies only).- Prizi-)s, 5s and 3s. For any Piece of Carved Work (all previous prize-winners excluded).—Prizes. 10$6d & 5s. Best Executed Design of Fretwork.—Prizes, 53 and 3s 6d. Brush Drawing of any Autumn Flower (stalk and leaves), or Holly with Berries, from Nature (confined to school children).— Prizes, 4s and 2s. Illuminated Text or Motto Painted in Colours (choice left to competitors), not to exceed 20 inches by 8 inches).- Prizes, 5s and 2s 6d. Ladies' Hand-painted Fan.-Prizes, 4s and 2s. Group of Vegetables in Water Colour or Oils, from the objects.—Prtee^ 5s and 2s 6d Shaded Drawing of T'pbp and Sauoer, with Tray As backgToana.—Prizes, 43 and 2s. Pen and Ink Drawing of Bunch of Barley or Oats, kot less than 12 inches by 6 inches.—Prizes, 4s and 2s. LITERARY. Spelling Bee for Boys and Girls under 14.— Prizes, 3s: and 2s. Spelling Bee for Adults.—Prizes, 3s. and 2s. Recitation for Boys and Girls under 16.—Prizes, 5s. and 2s. 6d. Recitation for Adults.—Prizes, 10s. and 5s. -Welsh Recitation (open).—Prizes, 10s. and 5s. Translation at Sight from Welsh to English.— Prizes, 3s and 2s. Reading at Sight.-Prizes, 3s. and 2s. Questions on Common Knowledge.—Prizes, 3s. and 2s Best Book of Pressed Flowers, Named.—Prizes, 10s. 6d. and 5s. Written Original Sermon, not to exceed 2,000 words, subject, "Am I my brother's keeper?" Genesis iv., 9. Prize, 10s. Essay, open to Boys and Girls under 16 (Welsh or English), subject, My favourite Old Testament character. Prizes, 10s. 6d. and 58. Essay (open), Welsh or English, "The best description of any Village in Montgomery- shire—its position and surroundings, its life —social, religious, and intellectual."—Prizes, £ 2 2?., and XI Is. Poem, any metre, not to exceed 100 lines (Eng- lish or Welsh), subject, "The year 1910. Prizes, £ 1 Is. and 5s. For the best explanation in writing (Welsh or English) of 12 County Place Names.—Prizes, .£1 Is. and 15?. Impromptu Speech (Welsh or English).—Prizes, 5s. and 2s. 6d. Speech, not to exceed 5 minutes (Welsh or English), on The Book of Job."—Prizes, 10s. 6d. and 3s. 6d. NEEDLEWORK. Embroidered Pocket Handkerchief with an Initial Letter.—Prize, 3s. Calico Patch of 5 inches on 10 inch square, open to Children under 14 years.—Prizes, 2s. 6d. and Is. 6d. Ladies Hand-made Print Overall Pinafore.— fnzes, rfs. and 2s. Knitted Golf Jersey.—Prizes, 5s. and 3s. 6d. Prettiest White Muslin Embroidered Cushion Cover.—Prize, 3s. 6d. Hand-made Flannelette Night Dress.-Prizes, 3s. and 2s Hand Knitted or Crochet Motor Cap.—Prizes, 2s. 6d. and Is. Wool Bedroom Door Matso-Prizes, 3s. and Is. 6d Length of not less than two yards Point Lace.— Prizes, 5s. and 3s. Best Made Child's Openwork Socks.—Prizes, 2s 6d and Is 6d. Drawn Thread Bed Spreado-Priza, 5s. Hand-made Calico Knickers, open to girls under 14.-Prizes, 2s 6d and Is 6d. Prettiest and Newest Design Tea Cosy.—Prizes, 48 and 2s Gd. Drawn Thread Linen Sideboard Cover.—Prize, 3s 6d. W. E. GORDON, (760) Hon. Sec. THE FINE ORGAN Specially Designed and constructed for presenta- tion to the County Member (on the occasion of his marriage), by the town of Newtown, IS ON VIEW at the Music Salon, 8, Broad Street. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE. FIELD EXPERIMENTS, Including Manuring of Meadow Hay; Varieties of Oats; Red Clovers from English, Foreign- and Local Grown Seed. DEMONSTRATIONS Will be held at the following Centres:— LYMORE, MONTGOMERY, on MONDAY, JDKE 27, at 6-30 p.m. PLAS, MACHYNLLETH, on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, at 3 p.m. LLANDINAM HALL, on THUBSDAY, JUNE 30, at 6-30 p.m. LYSSUN, LLANERFYL, on FRIDAY, JULY 1. at 6-30 p m. CEMMAES BYCHAN, CEMMAES, on MONDAY, JULY 4, at 6-3C p.m. YEWTREE, KERRY (close to Dolforgan Timber Yard), TUESDAY, JULY 5, at 6-30 p.m. Those interested are invited to atttend and inspect the Experiments, when full explanation will be given. R. S. FORBES. Welshpool, June 23, 1910. HOEING COMPETITION. AT JIlfESFORD, MONTGOMERY, On Saturday, July 2nd, Commencing at 6-30 prompt, IN FIELD OF SWEDES adjoining MAIN ROAD FROM MONTGOMERY STATION. Class l-ADULTS. Class 2-YOUTHS under 19. PRIZES from 10/- downwards, depending on the number of Competitors.—No Entry Fee. THE GREAT EVENT OF THE SEASON. A GRAND GARDEN FETE AKD FAXCY FAIR Will be held at PLAS-Y-BRYN (by kind per- mission of Ed. Powell, Esq.), in aid of the NEW COUNTY INFIRMARY On Saturday, July 2nd. THE FETE AND FANCY FAIR will be opened at 2-30 p m. by Lady Pryce-Jones. The World-Renowned FUZZY-WUZZFES (under the personal direction of Miss Alix Minnie Clark) will appear in all tha latest Comic, Coon and Operatic Songs. MISS TN.4. OXEKFORD (Author < jifo .Studies ;1') Palmistry, Modem r$L Palmistry, etc.), the Celebrated Character Reader and Society Lecturer will be in attendance, and at 9 p.m. will give her popular lecture, entitled "SHOW OF flANDS." Japanese Trick, Fancy and Fruit Stalls, Fancy Costumes, Bran Tubs and a Treasure Hidden Competition. Tea from 3-30 to 6 p m. THE NEWTOWN SILVER BAND Have kindly consented to play for Dancing. x Admission—Tea, entertainment and dancing, Is.; at 6 p.m., Sixpence. Cheap Return Tickets will be issued from all Stations in the County on the Cambrian line. Char-a-bancs, Waggonettes and Motor-cars will convey passengers to Plae-y-bryn from the Ciescent. Contributions of Money, Goods, Refreshments, etc., towards the Feta will be thankfully received by Mrs Edward Powell, Plas-y-bryn, or Miss ALIX MINNIE CLARK, 70, Clifton Terrace, Newtown. KERRY HILL UNREGISTERED SHEEP. A GREAT MEETING OF UNREGISTERED BREEDERS Will be held in THE HERBERT ARMS, KERRY, On Saturday Evening, the 9th day of July, at 7-30. Business.—"To consider their position in the coming autumn sheep sales." All Unregistered and Cross-Bred Breeders Invited to attend. Kerry, June 8th, 1910. M713 THE MONTGOMERYSHIRE AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. THE ANNUAL SHOW will take place at WELSHPOOL On Thursday, September 8th, 1910 PRESIDENT: J. MARSHALL DU GDALE, ESQ UPWARDS OF jC335 IN PRIZES FOR SHIRE HORSES, AGRICULTURAL GELDINGS. HUNTERS, HACKNEYS PONIES, CATTLE, & DAIRY PRODUCE' SPECIAL CLASSES FOR SMALL HOLDERS* AND COTTAGERS. OPEN & LOCAL LEAPING CONTESTS, < £ THREE CLASSES OF TURNOUTS, also STOCK JUDGING COMPETITIONS, & BUTTER-MAKING DEMONSTRATIONS, Concluding with a GRAND MILITARY DISPLAY By the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry, whose Band will play during the day. Prize Lists and Entry Forms sent post free on application to the Secretaries, MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (757) Chirbury, Shropshire. LLANDINAM. R SAVAGE, JROCEB, LLANDINAM • keepe Thomas Jones & Co., Limited (Livarpool), Teas. The tea for this neighbour hood. Best quality Grooeriea, Provisions, &c., at lowest prioea. ftonr and Corn Merchant. q513 IT WILL PAY YOU to Pay a Visit to the Music Salon, Newtown.