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Auctioneers' Announcements. HARRY F. LAMBERT, A.A.I., AUCTIONEER AND VALUER Land & Estate Agent, Accountant. OFFICES — Prudential Buildings, BRIDGEND; and Talbot Street MAESTEG. NAT. TEL.-0198. HOTEL VALUER AND GAUGER. Valuations for Mortgage, Probate, &c. FIRE ASSESSOR. AGENT for Life, Accident, and Fire Insurance also Workmen's Compensation. VARIOUS FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES AND VILLAS in Bridgend to be Let or Sold. To BE LET OB SOLD. Freehold Residence, Park Street, Bridgend; standing in own grounds, 8 reception rooms, 6 bed- rooms and offices, also stable and coach-house. To BE SOLD. Detached Residence, Park Street, Bridgend 3 reception rooms, 8 bedrooms, and offices. To BE LET OR SOLD. 6 Semi-detached 10-roomed Villas, situate on Victoria Road, Porthcawl. 3 Well-built Villas, South Road, Porthcawl. 3 New Road, Porthcawl. 2 Furnished Bungalows, Hutchin's Locks Com mon, Porthcawl. To BE LET. BOVERTON HOUSE, BOVERTON. LLAN- TWIT MAJOR, together with stabling, paddock, coachman's cottage and garden. NEWCASTLE HOUSE, BRIDGEND. De- tached Residence, with stabling, 3 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, good garden and crouquet lawn. For any further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at his Office. BALE FIXTURES. February 5th.—Sale of Fat Stock at Bridgend Market. February 10th.Sale of Horses at Star Yard, Bridgend. February 14th.—Antique Furniture, China, Sport- ing Prints, Oil Paintings, &c. February -Leasehold Property at Bridgend. CATTLE MARKET, BRIDGEND. MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT has received in- structions to SELL by AUCTION on MONDAY, FEBBUABY 5th, 1906, 15 Fat HEIFERS and STEERS. 25 Fat YEARLINGS. Further entries lespectfully solicited. 2345 STAR YARD, BRIDGEND. MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT begs, to announce that he will hold his Next Sale of HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, &c., on SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1906. Early entries respectfully solicited. 2346 Messrs. MICHAEL DAVIES & SON, Auctioneers and Valuers, 15, WYNDHAM STBBBT, BMDOMTD. HOTEL VALUERS AND GAUGERS (20 Years' Experience). AGENTS FOR THE BEST FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. AND FOB THE UNION CASTLE MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOR SOUTH AFBIOA. SALE FIXTURES. February 1st, 1906.-Sale of Furniture and Effects at the Drill HaU, Bridgend. SALE NEXT THURSDAY. DRILL HALL, BRIDGEND. Sale of Household Furniture, Pianoforte, and Iron Fireproof Safes, sent for absolute sale. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES has received in- structions to SELL by AUCTION, at the above Hall, on THTJESDAY NXXT, FmaBUABY Isc, i 906, the following lota of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS. Viz, :—Several walnut and American satin walnut bedroom Suites, saddlebag suites, leather dining- room suites, overmantels, bow front walnut side- boards, a hand sewing machine, carpets, rugs, brass curbs and fenders, several all-brass and brass and iron bedsteads, wire mattresses, wool overlays, three iron fire-proof safes, also a. full triohord Pianoforte (nearly new). Sale to commence at Two o'clock. 2354 EDWARD pREECE (JUNIOR), Auctioneer and Valuer, Public Accountant, 11, NOLTON STBEET, BBIDGEND. To LET. Caedre House immediate possession. COITAGE in Suffolk Street; rent 4s 4d per week inclusive. MAESTEG, GLAMORGAN. Important Sale of Leasehold Property, together with Goodwill of established Florist's Business. MR. ED.WARD PREECE, Junr., is instructed M. to SELL by AUCTION, at the Dunraven Hotel, Bridgend, on SATUBDAY, the 3rd day of FEBBUABY, .1906, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon, all that DWELLING-HOUSE & PREMISES, Known as Fonthill House," Higher South Parade, Maesteg, Together with the Outbuildings comprising :— Potting Sheds,, Stables, Cart House, and THREE LARGE FORCING HOUSES, and large Garden. Also the GOODWILL of the BUSINESS of Florist carried on for some time past by Mr. Henry True. The Property (comprises a well-built Villa, cemented outside, together with two pieces of Land, used as gardens, one measuring 14 perches 20 square yards and the other 16 perches 23 square yards. The whole is held on lease for a term of 99 years from the 25th March, 1900, at the low annual ground rent of X4 13s. Od. The property is sold subject to an existing mortgage of £ 450 or thereabouts to the Equitable Benefit Building Society, Taunton, which can be transferred to a purchaser. Possession will be given on completion of the purchase. The Auctioneer desires to call the attention of Florists and Market Gardeners to this exceptional opportunity of acquiring a compact House and profitable business which is unique in the fact that it enJoys the monopoly in the district of Maesteg. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at his offices, U Nolton Street, Bridgend; or to Edmund Herne, Esq., Solicitor, 7 and 8, Working Street, Cardiff. 2343 Mr. J. RICHARD THOMAS'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. SALE NEXT MONDAY. THE LLANTWIT MAJOR AUCTION MART. "VTEXT SALE, MONDAY, the 29th JANI/ABY, 1906, at Twelve Noon. 50 Prime Fat CATTLE, 350 Choice Fab TEGS, PIGS, &c. J. RICHARD THOMAS, Auctioneer, Cardiff. 2350 EDWARD BRAMLEY, Auctioneer, Land and Estate Agent Tenant Right, Timber, Hotel, and General Vainer. AGENT FOB LEADING INSUBANOB COMPANIES. 30, ADABE STBKBT^Rig^EN/D, and COW; FOR SALE OR To L^T. Freehold and Leasehold Properties in and near Bridgend. I Building Land in Grove Road, Bridgend. For particulars apply to above address. 7391 Bill-Posting at Bridgend. TD. SCHOFIELD, BILL-POSTER and DELIVERER for TOWN and COUNTRd, Rents all the principal Hoardings in Bridgend. Work executed with despatch.—Address, near fibe-New Bridge, Bridgend, Headquarters le for Bargains I C. STUCHBEm Dress Materials—All Reducen. As all these classes of goods are much advanced in price, this opportunity ought not to be missed. Winter Fabrics, in choicest *and leading colors, offered at much lessened prices to clear. We are offering some remarkable Bargains in Blankets, Sheets, Quilts, Flannels, Flannelettes, Oxford Shirtings, Calicoes, Table Linen, Towels, &c. Mantles and Jackets. All goods in this department being of passing fashion will be sold at a great sacrifice in price, in many instances less than cost. Children's Jackets & Paletots all Reduced. Fur Department. Necklets and Muffs in Sable, and Persian Lamb, Skunk, &c., &c, re-marked at exceptionally low prices to make an entire clearance of the stock. Corsets, Hosiery & Gloves. Well-known makes. The entire stock will be marked at reduced prices during the sale. Remnants, Short Lengths & Oddments of Stock. mi 11 J 1 1 • 1 -1.1 1 me collection or tne aoove, wmcn comprises gooas ot the oest class, will be placed on the counters for clearance at prices which can be seen at a glance to be absurd in their cheapness. Permit us to respectfully invite you to favour us with a frequent look in while the sale lasts. 13RID(iEND Great Drapery Sale AT II R. JONES', iili Bridge House, I Bridg-end, NOW PROCEEDING. BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. I Jackets, Mantles, Girls' and Child- ren's Paletots, Skirts, Costumes, Mackintoshes, Raincoats, Millinery, Furs, Blouses, Children's Pelisses and Costumes, &c. Household Linens, Curtains, Flan- nels, Blankets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Hosiery, Gloves, Silks, Lace Goods, Dress Materials, Ribbons, Trim- I mings, Underclothing, Corsets, &c. ø- Now is the time to obtain Fashionable and Durable Goods at Astounding Prices. Remnants and Oddments Half-Price. I- -r -r -r. -r -r -r-r "r -r -r. -r -r -r 7" l' Clothing Department. Men's Trousers, 2/6, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 6/11 Men's Navy Suits, 12/11, 16/11, 24/11, 29/6 Men's Black Suits, 16/11, 24/11, 29/6 Men's Tweed Suits, 14/11, 16/11, 21/11, 24/11 Men's Overcoats, 14/11, 19/11, 24/6, 29/6 Boys' and Youths' Suits and Overcoats to be cleared at a Great Reduction. Shirts, Pants, Ties, Hats and Caps Greatly Reduced. Printing Printing I Printing! GENERAL PRINTING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION EXECUTED PROMPTL1, AND AT MODERATE CHARGES, AT THE « GLAMORGAN GAZETTE" OFFICES yUEEN STREET, BRIDGEND. Winter Clearance Sale OF Drapery, Outfitting, Millinery, &c. m- IS NOW ON. A Visit will Repay You. NOTE ADDRESS- JRinnPAM Manchester House, mUriUflW, ABERKENFIG. PARK SLIP COLLIERY EXPLOSION RELIEF FUND. No. 25.—Statement of Accounts for the Year ending 31st December, 1905. Year ending 31st 16 Months— Dec., 190& Dec. 31et, 1893. Number of Persons on Fund .+. 78 304 And Posthumous Births 13 78 317 L«S8 Dependents off Fund. u, — 69 Deaths 1 4- „ Children over 14 years 9 18 Widows re-married 3 3 t8 Caretaker off 1 14 94 Number on Funds at date ,64 223 RECEIPTS. £ a. d. To Dividends on Consols 68 2 8 Ditto G.W.R. 5 per oenfe. Stock 85 8 2 Ditto L. & N. W.R. 4 per cent. Stock. 71 1 2 Ditto Midland Rly. 2i- per cent. Stock 61 13 2 Income Tax on Dividends re-funded 39 13 10 Proceeds of Sale of £ 680 Midland Rly. Preferred at 74 £ less brokerage 501 9 6 Interest on Deposit. 4 2 8 JB831 11 2 PAYMENTS. £ s. d. By Balance Overdrawn at Bank 12 6 3 Relief Paid Out 511 7 6 Medical Attendance upon Widows and Dependent Relatives 23 5 6 Postages, Telegrams, kc 1 2 9 Advertising Accounts. 8 17 0 Secretary's Salary 40 0 0 Railway Fares to Meeting; 0 11 2 Stationery and PrintiBg. 1 9 4 Amount Voted to the Miners' Perma- nent Fund.. 90 0 0 Auditor's Fees. 2 2 0 OOlta Ire Counsels Opinion 5 0 8 Hire of Rooms for Meetings. 0 10 0 Cash at National Provincial Bank, Bridgend:— On Deposit "w.. £125 0 0 Current Account 9 19 0 134 19 0 JE83111 2 LIABILITIES AND ASSETS. I To Beneficiaries on the Funds At 31st Dec., 1905. At Dec. 1893. Widows 29 53 Children 23 110 Caretakers 1 2 Dependents. 11 58 64 223 £ a. d. Cost Price. By £2,478 Consols 21 per cent (1905) at 101 15-16 2,528 19 7 f 1,798 G.W.R. 5 per cent. Guaran- teed at 165| 2,999 11 7 £ 2,-256 Midland Consolidated 2! per cent. Preference 1,870 5 0 £lr870 L. & N.W. Rly. 4 per cent. Preference at 132J 2,492 12 0 9,891 8 2 Cash at Bank. 134 19 0 JE10,026 7 2 Examined and compared with Vouchers and Securities for Moneys Invested. TI N QUTTti m JOHN GRIFFITH JONES, Chartered Acoountant. T. G. SMITH, Treasurer. L. G. JONES, Secretary. 4th January, 1906. 2320 Penybont Main Sewerage Board THE above Board are prepared to receive Applications for RENTING the HUT at Ogmore for a period of about six months. All particulars can be had at my office. M. WILLIAMS, Surveyor. Surveyor's Office, Bridgend. January 25th, 1906. 2353 NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, JOSEPH HOWELL, 17, West Street, MaeBteg, will not be responsible fot any debt or debts con- tracted by my Wife, Mary Ann Howell, after this date. (Signed) Joeeph Howell. Witness William R. Howell. January 22od, 1906, 2318 CROSSWAYS FARM. ALL DOGS found trespassing on land belong- ing to above Farm will be shot,-Henry Sedgebeer. January 23rd, 1906. 2338 13, Bridge Street, Maesteg. 23rd January. 1906. I REGRET having stated that a quilt I saw in the house of Mrs. White, Bridge Street, Maesteg, was like the one I had lost. I find it was not my quilt, and I am sorry I made the statement. Mark of X ELIZABETH LEWIS. Witness J. Lewis, 13, Bridge Street, Maesteg. 2349 Education. MINING TUITION.-Colliery Officials and Mining Students preparing for their Examinations, send postcard for Prospectus. "Certificate of Efficiency" given to deserving Students. — Cambrian Correspondence Mining School, Glanffrwd, Porth. 2263 MONEY TO LEND. CASH ADVANCED from £ 5 to £ 5000 without the professional money-lender's routine and excessive charges, to responsible persons in Town or Country upon SIMPLE NOTE OF HAND, or on Second Mortgages, Shares, Life Policies, or Furniture without removal.—Apply, The Manager, Second Floor. 19, Duke Street, Cardiff. 1926

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