Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
Provider: The National Library of Wales
Rights: This resource is copyright of Cambrian News Ltd.
DWYRYD TEA and, a dalisious. Sold in P&okets. Prices 2/4 and 2/6 per lb.
I THIS is the sign of I GOOD PRINTING.— 'Cambrian News' Printing. ting.
#art1ayt, ano tathJ — v A prepaid charge of 1s. 6d. is made for announcements under this heading. MARRIAGES. ) JONES -MURRIS-Ou November 5tb, at Rehuboth J,M Chapel, Talies u, by the Rev T J. okius, pastor, assisted by Chaplain T Gabriel Hughes, brother-in-law of bride- groom, tir Ior>verih M Jones, eblest son .f M. and Mrs Edward Jones, Gwynfa, Ponterwy to M Myfanwy Morris, eldest daugh er of Mr and Mrs John Motris. Penywern p461 DEATHS. BEES—October3utii, d ed of wounds 1 eceived whil t evacuating the wounded from an advanced dreasii.g station, Cap.aiii Morgan James Rees, M.R.C.S., L.R..P., M.D. (Lond. V.P.R. (Cam.), R A.M.C. Medic tl Inspector, Loc-I Government Board White- hall d465 IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of William Edward Gardner, who died November 15th, 1910. For him our love abideth." p453 PUGHK.—In ever-loving memory of our dear son, Griffith (Dit), who died Nov- ember 17th, 1914. 'Twas hard to part with one we loved, And held on earth so dear, The heart no greater trial knows, No sorrow more severe." Father Mother, Brothers, and Sisters, 76 Scawfell-street, p457 Hackney-road, London. ACKNOWLEDGMENT. The Rev R. J. Rees, in the name of his mother, sister, himself and family, returns most sinet re thanks for the numerous messages and resolutions of sympathy rtceived from public bodies ard priva e persons in the neighbourhood and thro-gh out the country. d466
PREPAID SOALE. Hoasea to Let, Houses Wanted, Situations Wanted -Situations Vacant, Apartments to be Let, Miscel, Ian ous Wanted, -A-rtic.as Loat and Found. No. of IOn" Three Six Nina Words laert,ou Insertions Insertions Insertions s. d. a. d. a. d. a. d. 21 10 20 36 46 28 16 30 46 56 gg 20 40 56 66 42 2 6 5 0 6 6 7 6 49 30 60 76 86 N.B. -If Box Number given 3d. extra charged for postage of replies. PERSONAL. W' ILL LADY said to live at Llanbadarn I LL LA who received "Uther and Iqraine," the property of the "Cambrian News" Library, from a lady at the Railway Station on August 26th, promising to return it to the Library please do so at once. LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED from Pwllan Hill, Llandinam, eleven ewes, pitch mark C.H. and raddled across shoulder and left thigh.— information tct 0. T, Hamer, Pwllan, Llandinam. p451 SITUATIONS VACANT. AN OPPORTUNITY occurs for a well- educated lad to become apprenticed to journalism. Careful tuition would be given to intelligent youth. Apply, Box 4214, (lambrian News" Office, Aberyst- wyth. d700 ASSISTANTS.—Two wanted for pro- A visions, only (ineligible, experienced and .I*uiii(>r._ Appfy, stating wages, etc., J. Goodwin, 35, Castle-street Shrewsbury. A PPRENTICE" to printing trade re- J quired. Must be intelligent and ready for hard work. Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. BAKKK'S Yanman required (ineligible), good references permanent situation to Tight man—Apply, with particulars, to D. W. Teviotrlale (Owen's) North Parade, Aber- ystwyth d662 B' AKRY RAILWAY require strong, active men, ineligible for H.M. Forces, or over military age, as Platelayers, Porters, Brakes- men and Dock Labourers—Apply, General Manager. Barry Docks d659 00T TRADE—Wanted a young man (ineligible) to repair and serve in shop 48 required-Apply to R. E. Roberts, Meir- ion House, Llangollen. p445 GENERAL Maid, experienced, to undertake all duties for four in family £ 26 refer- ences-Mrs Eva, Mellor Royd, Marple Bridge, Derbyshire p410 IFINERAL SEttVANT wanted. Plain Cooking.—Apply, Mrs George Bonsall, Edlestou House, Queen's Road, Aberystwyth. d7ll HOT EL- W anted useful help, relieve in bar comfortable home for suitable oerson permanent.—Apply, Royal Hotel, IJarmouth. d687 KITGHKNMaID required wages com- _L\. meuce at B20 per annum, with board, lodainjt. washing and uniform—Apply, in first instance, by letter only, to the Super. intendent, County Asylum, Prestwich. Man- chester d71a AD, not older than 17^ years, required for milk pram r und, or an ineligible— Apply, Dairy, Crown-Hill Road. Harlesden, London p468 MEN ineligible for military service, or discharged soldiers wanted as attendants (temporary and permanent) at the Glamorgan County Asylum, Bridgend. Special terms for married men.—For par- ticulars apply immediately to the Medical Superintendent. p456 WANTED Experienced General able to do plain cooking. Good references. Small family. Appiy, Box 52, "Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. p471 W ANTED, immediately, husband and wife to manage a hundred acre farm good wages given to suitable applicants-Apply, X.Y.Z., Cambrian News Office. p449 WANTED Assistant for Gents' Outfitting; also Apprentice; live in Welsh—Wm Jones and Co, London House, Ammaaford p429 WANTED Man for Horse Slaughtering Yard one able to flay and make himself generally useful-Griffiths, Gledrid Works, oChirk p407 WANTED, Housemai -general in small establi-hm n* where c->ok housekeeper 4s kfpt-Apply Percy Wilk nso Wenallt, Cross wood, near Abe stwyh. d768 W" ANTED, Cook general; private house i» » berystwy h family o three good age to silitabl person-Apply, Box No. 51. "'Cambrian News' Office. A' ery. tw- th. p467 i T RED CROSS MILITARY HOSPITAL, MOSS SIDE, MAGHULL, Near LIYERPOOL. GENERAL PORTERS required im- mediately. Must be ineligible for military service. Wages, 13s. per week, rising annually Is. to 16s., plus war bonus, board (no lodging), and uniform.—Appli. cations, stating age experience, references etc., to be sent at once to the Clerk and ,i Steward. d715 SITUATIONS VACANT. I X^TANTED, at once, six men, not eligible i for army, to saw pit props.—Apply, Rhodes, Llxnilar, Aberystwyth. p454 \\TANTED, good jobbing comp. willing to learn lino., or comp. lino hand.— I Apply, "Cambrian News," Aberystwyth. W ANTED-Cook-generals, parlourmaids housemaid, and general servants. Miss Mackenzie, North-parade, Aberyst- | wyth. p282 I WANTED, a Junior Clerk.-Apply, Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solici- tors, Aberystwyth. d680 I WANTED.-An intelligent youth as apprentice to the Drapery.—Apply Rowland Morgan, London House, Aber- ystwyth p434 \fif ANTED. —Iron moulder.—Apply, stat- ing age and wages required, to J. H. Williams and Sons, Britannia Foundry, Portmadoc. d707 WANT-EI D, 2 Cabinet Makers, good hands for oak furniture, strong, sound, country work.—Davies, Febrica, Llanvbyther. p431 TO BE LET OR SOLD BERYSYWYTH—Tobe"le7,~orsold House and Shop, freehold, 5, Little Darkgate Street— Apply, Williams, 12, Corporation Street p427 A BERYSTWYTH-To let, Dewyneb, BifiaHl A Road, Buarth pleasant situation, with garden; possession November 12th-Apply, Mrs Evans, 45, North Parade p422 ABRRYSTWYTH-To be let, at the Old A Rope walk, several good stables and coach-houses also dry ware ii ouses-Appl y to Messrs Dauiet 1. Rees