Collection Title: Cambrian news and Merionethshire standard
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Lost and Found. LOST.—A BLUE STONE BROOCH be- tween Penllwyn and the Capel Bangor Railway Station, June 30th.—Apply, Box 86, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. b182 MAE Hwrdd Shropshire heb ei gneifio ar dir Plasnewydd, Llanio-road, heb yr un nod. Os na arddelir cyn pen pythefnos, gwerthir ef i dalu'r costau.—Richard Hopkins. bl40 Wanted. ABERYSTWYTH. — Convalescent Home; large garden; every comfort. Moderate terms.—Owen. Sea View, Llanbadarn. bl62 APPRENTICE wanted end of July.—T. Jenkins, Chemist, Portmadoc. b62 BARMAID, for Vaults, in good class Hotel, North Wales age *6 to 30 send photo.—Box 82, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. b!45 BOY wanted at once.—Apply, Cambrian News Works, Terrace Road. CHEMIST'S Apprentice; excellent oppor- tunity.—Apply to Robert Ellis, 53, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. bll4 CHARMERS and OTHERS.—Wanted Fat JJ Hens, Chickens, Fresh Butter, New- laid Eggs; market prices paid.—Central Egg Depot, Wheeler Street, Birmingham. a974 HOUSEMAID Wanted for Drapery house; comfortable and good living. —Apply, stating wages required, Bladons, Snow Hill, Birmingham. b96 ILLINERY.-Wanted, experienced ..l. Milliner to serve through for country business; Welsh.—Davies, Post Office, Pont- rhydygroes. bl83 PITMAN'S SHORTHAND AND TYPE- WRITING. — Private and Postal In- struction. Classes Mondays and Fridays. Success guaranteed to workers.—D. Evans, South View, Llanbadarn-road, Aberystwyth. SHOPS WANTED, Lock-up, also with dwelling accommodation; several applications. Particulars to Cooke Bros, and Roberts, Auctioneers and Estate Agents, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. Ml* SUNDAY DUTY WANTED, August 8-15; )0 North Wales Coast, preferred Vicarage to let same time.-Rev H. Gipps, Withington Vicarage. Shrewsbury. TWO YOUNG LADIES desire to take up light duties during August. Office work or shop assistance preferred.— Apply, Box "84," ''Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. b!75 WANTED, Man on Bread Van; town round.—Apply, J. R. James, 10, Parade, Aberystwyth. bl36 WANTED, good Waggoner, to take charge W of branch farm best wages according to ability with cottage and garden.-Apply, Gwens, Lutterworth. WANTED, a good plain Cook, also house parlourmaid.—Apply, Mrs Hugh Hughes Glynpadarn, Aberystwyth. b127 WANTED, experienced Young Lady, as packer and sorter.—Apply, Steam Laundry, Aberystwyth. bl55 WANTED, Boots, Shoes, any sizes shapes, Stocks Drapery, Outfitting, Grocery, any kinds of surplus stocks, also Tea. Heavy Lflad, 14 cwt. Butter, Rancid Fats, Damp Dirty Sugar*, for spot cash.—Horton, Bryn- street, Merthyr. b!53 WANTED, good general servant.— Apply, 7, Bi-viiyilioi-terii,ace, ystwyth. bllO WANTED, immediately, a good general servant.—Apply, Mrs. Fleure, Craig- fryn, Buarth-road, Aberystwyth. bl08 W^ANTED. A smart young lady clerk. —For particulars apply R. McLean, The Paragon, Portmadoc. bl70 WANTED, at once, cook-general; good wages to suitable person.—Apply, Roberts, Queen's Hotel, Harlech. bl69 WANTED, end of July, experienced house parlourmaid, two in family; good needlewoman good wages.—.Mrs. Thruston, Plas Ueha, Aberdovey. b174 WANTED, Boy, Girl, or Adult to sell the History of the Castle.—Apply, John Morgan, Printer, 21, Brrdge-streot, Aberystwyth. bl90 WANTED, Respectable Person for small business and housework; also a boy. State ages, wages live ii).-ADPIV, Box No. 87, "Cambrian News'' Office, Aberystwyth. bl87 w ANTED, Unfurnished House, not less than 6 Bedrooms, 5 Sitting rooms and gafden; within 2 miles of Aber- dovey on the Estnarv.—Apply, Box 88. "Cambrian News'' Office, Abervstwvth. bl88 "Y^tTANTED, immediately, General Servant reference.—Apply, stating age and wages, Mrs. George Bon-sall, Edleston House. Queen's-road, Aber- ystwyth. bl76 To be Let. A BERYSTWYTH, to Let, Holborn House, Queen's-road rent, 130 immediate possession.—Apply, Miss Jones, Salop House or Summers, 22.3, Pershore Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham. al85 4 BERDOVEY.—-Furnished Detached House, facing south, 2 Reception, 4 Bed and Dressing Room; good sands; Bathing, Golf, Fishing.—Apply, Box 85, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. ,b179 BLACK LION HOTEL, Talybont, Cardi- ganshire, to let, fully licensed 22 acres grass land, 5 acres plough, with commodious outbuildings, suitable for dairy farm present tenant in occupation for last twenty years; possession 29th September, 1915.—Particulars, David Roberts & Sons Limited, Brewers, Aberystwyth. a9;34 CHARMINGLY situated, Detached Fur- nished House; extensive tree-shaded grounds three sitting rooms, six bedrooms, bathroom and lavatory (h. and c.); indoor sanitation excellent water supply efficient drainage electric light; garage near beach places of worship (English services); station, post and telegraph office. &c. lovely sea and mountain views. To let for long or short periods also a Smaller House six roomed electric light excellent water supply good drainage, &c.-APPly, Foulkes Jones, Llwyn- ewril, S.O. a927 OTICE-All wishing to Buy, Sell, or Rent I 1 > property or Furniture Houses, should send stamp for copy of "Cardigan Bay T'raperty Journal," published by Edwin Blakey, Architect, Surveyor and Estate Agent, Barmouth. a779 TO LET, furnished, country house; — tennis and croquet. Two entertain- ing, 7 bedrooms, sitting ha.H, indoor sani- tation bathroom (h. and c.) usual offices 17 minutes shore: 5 minutes station.— Sychtyn, Llanbedr, Merioneth. 1>172 ABERDOVEY. TO LET, furnished house, 3 bedrooms, 1 — sitting room, kitchen; on front; every convenience; overlooking Cardigan Bay. July or September.—Apply, Box 76, "Cambrian News" Office, Abervstwvth 1-105 h105 To be Let. TO LET, Old Bank, 1, New-street, Aber- i. ystwyth; immediate possession.- &pp)y, 32, Marine terrace, Aberystwyth. b74 I'O LET, Brynafon, Bontddu; beautifully situated immediate possession full particulars from Thomas H. Roberts, Dol- gelley. b76 TO LET, No. 2, South Marine Terrace, JL Aberystwyth immediate possession.— Apply, Mrs E. James, 26, North Parade, Aber- ystwyth. a894 TO BE LET forthwith, Alltglaise Cottage, Clarach, Aberystwyth, at 2s. per week, subject to tenant quitting immediately on de- mand, should the house be required for hospital purposes.—Apply, to Borough Sur- veyor, Corporation Offices, Aberystwyth. bl46 rpO LET, Furnished charming Villa, con- J- taining 5 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms and usual offices; bath, hot and cold; magnificent views from own private grounds; easy distance from Aberystwyth 'and Golf i Links; moderate terms.-Apply, 79, 'Cambrian Newa* Omce. Abet-ystwyth. bl28 To LET, 12th November next, "Kin- tore," Queens-avenue, Aberystwyth, —Apply, Hugh Hughes, Solicitor, Aber- ystwyth. blOO rriO LET. Country apartments. Gom- modious house and grounds, lovely scenery, shady woods; no road traffic. Moderate terms. Boon, Brodawel, Goginan, near Aberystwyth, Wales. bl06 WELL Furnished House to let, dose to Sea and Station; every modern convenience, 3 reception and 5 or 6 bed- i-oo,ms.-Applk, Mjrst. Rea, White Horse Hotel, Aberystwyth. bl77 WHITE HOUSE, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth, Cafe, Restaurant, and Confectionery; good turnover; commer- cial and boarding connection; immediate possession. Apply, Mr. Penllyn Jones, Argoed, Bath-street, Aberystwyth. 5 Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth, to Let. containing 3 reception rooms and 14 bedrooms, bath (hot and cold); immediate possession.—Apply 3, Brynymor Terrace, Aberystwyth. b30 To be Sold. U^OR SALE. Prime Old Meadow "Hay.— -L! Hartley, 13, Queen-street, Aberystwyth. bl58 FOR SALE, cheap, Broughams, Landaus, and Victorias (taking to MotorsV, also pony set harness.—R. Jenkins, 587, Bearwood Road, Birmingham. b85 FOR SALE, Motor Charabanc, to carry 14 passengers 24 h. p. Panhard chassis just thoroughly overhauled by Panhard ex- pert. Price £ 150.—Royal Goat Hotel, Bedd- gelert. bl84 l^OR SALE, Motor Car (Rover), 8 H.P., ■ .single cylinder, 4 setter, late 1910 model, in excellent condition through- out.—Apply J. R. Davies, Glantrefor, Barmouth. bl66 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing from S record Cheshire Milkers, by Pedigree Ralls. Quotations to any station no fancy prioes.-Frank Doble, Littleton, Chester. v369 TO BE SOLD, Freehold Dwelling House in best part of Aberystwyth modern con- veniences. Apply, Mrs Jones, Parkhill, Buarth, Aberystwyth. bUm mo BE DISPOSED OF, a profitable J- business in Mid-Wales; capital re- quired, £ 130.—Full particulars on appli- cation to Box "80," "Cambrian News," Aherystwyth. z132 TRE'RDDOL. PLA8 PENRHTN.—This Desirable Freehold Residence for sale with immediate possession. House contains dining room, drawing room, kitchen, pantries and scullery, four bedrooms, W.C., hot and cold water, up and down stairs, stable and coach house; land on rent, if required Apply, Mrs. Jenkins, "Mertyn," Talybont, Cardiganshire. SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE Farmers can have the very."best Bulls or I-Teifersi delivered to thdiir nearest stations at very reasonable prices. Bred from large framed, deep milking Cows by Bare Bred Sires.—Testimonials from all parts of Wales.—Apply, F. B. Gill. fiighgate, Whitehurch, SMop. v24lr Miscellaneous. NOTICE. DAVID WILLIAMS, St. James-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scrap, Wrought !n and Cast Iron, Copper, Brass, Lead, Zinc, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, Pewter, Horse Hair, Hare fond Rabbit Skins, Rags, etc. Best cash prices given. j477 NOTICE. TI/TcILQUHAM'S, Aberystwyth, want ItA Wrought and Cast Iron, Scrap, Old Machinery, Brass, Copper, Lead, Zinc, Pewter, Hemp and Manilla Ropes, Ship's Canvas, &c. Good prices given any quantity. h830 TMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. Every ■ Mother who values the Health and Clean- liness of her Child should use HARRISON'S RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4d and 9d postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent tor Aberystwyth W. M. Jones, Cherriisf, 33, Terrace-road Dolgelley R. and G. Williams, Chemists, Queen's-square. z61 -3 i S REGISTERED PLUMBER AND i Sg GENERAL DECORATOR, g 22,ChalybeateStreet, I g ABERYSTWYTH. 1 Telephone 21 P.O |§ This Season's Pattern Books sent jgg out immediately on application S|| AI THE NOTED SHOP FOtl COCD QUALITY. J R. ROWLANDS, Fancy Draper and Outfitter, THE PIONEER, 55, NOgTH PARADE, ABERYSTWYTH HOSIERY A SPECIALITY. 1, Sales by Auction. Cooke Bros- a Roberts F.A.I' Etc.- Agricultural and General Auctioneers,' Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. And Auction Mart, North Parade. OFFICES :—Old Post Office Chambers, Aber- ystwyth also at Towyn, Barmouth, Dolgelley and Newtown THE RINK, ABERYSTWYTH. ON FRIDAY, JULY 23rd, 1915. ATTRACTIVE SALE OF HIGH-CLASS ANTIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE. Including Costly Inlaid Italian Furnit- ure a number of Rare and Valuable Chip- pendale and Sheraton Pieces, Louis XIV Buhl and other Cabinets, a Beautiful Carved Mahogany Adam Suite, Carved Wajliiut William and Mary Settee, Six ex- cellent Bedroom Suites, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, a number of Superior Oriental, Axminster and Brussels Carpets, Window Draperies, Plated Goods, Old Coppers, Three Excellent Pianofortes, Pictures, Table Glass, China, etc. Descriptive Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneors, MESSRS COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS, North Parade, Abervstwvth. bl89 MID-WALES ANN-UAL WOOL SALE. AT LLANIDLOES, ON THURSDAY, JULY 29th, 1915. .Over 55,000 Fleeces sold last year, TOGETHER WITH the Cliip of SEVERAL THOUSAND LAMBS. Sheets SENT CARRIAGE PAID on Application. RAILWAY CARRIAGE PAID on all Wool sent to Sale. ENTRIES RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED and booked now. Messrs. COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Newtown. Llanidloes, and Aberystwyth. bill J FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. Three Desirable Villa Residences, known as Nos. 1, 2, & 3, Loveden Road, Aberystwyth, let to desirable tenants each at jE37 10s. Od. per annii"1 All thope Commodious Business Premises, with excellent Dwelling House, situate and known as Oxford House, North Parade, Aberystwyth (with immediate possession). Two DeRirable Cottnges with Gardens, being Nos. 1 & 2. Quebec Cottages, Llanbadarn, A berystwyth. The Commodious Boarding House, situate and known as Cliff View, Victoria Marine Terrace, Aberystwyth. ABERYSTWYTH PIER SHOPS. To LET FOR SKASON, several Shops on the Pier; also the desirable Double-Fronted Shop in Pier Street, Aberystwyth, Apply to- COOKE BROS. and ROBERTS, Estate Agents, &163 Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. 110 BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY 1 the SEVERAL STACKS of Well- harvested HAY, of the growth of 1912, 1913, and 1914 respectively, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cam- brian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— Stations. Estimated Weight Tons Fenns Bank 4.1 Wrexham Qaia 61 Rhydmeredith, 1914, No. 2 3J Builth Wells 91 Talgarth, 1913 6! Talgarth, 1914 bi j Ynysl;as 3} Borth, 1913, No. 2 9 Borth, 1914 7 Harlech, 1912 01 Portmadoc, 1913 E4 Portmadoc, 1914 4i Criccieth, 1913 5! Criccieth, 1914 4 Afonwen, 1913 9 Afonwen, 1914 5 Abererch, 1913 71 Abererch, 1914 41 For further particulars, and to treat, apply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry. I GUINEA GOLD WEDDING RINGS AT E. J. MORGAN, Jeweller and Watchmaker, I TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH Handsome present given with every )' Wedding Ring. y42 J "Cambrian News" Printing- Works, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH, FOR Fancy Papers Plain and Printed Tea Papers Statement of Claims Gilt-Edged and Plain Calling I, Cards Visiting Cards Cloth-Lined Cards Business Cards Dance Cards Ball Programmes ;J Canibriaii News Printing Works, TERRACE ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH. I Sales by Auction. TO-MORROW (Saturday). PARISH OF LLANELLTYD, MERIONETH. MESSRS GILL ART tc SONS are instructed IVi to offer for Sale by Auction, at the ROYAL SHIP HOTEL, DOLGELLEY, On SATURDAY, 10th JULY, 1915, at 3 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then produced) the very desirable FREEHOLD FARM known as GOETRE," situate near Ganllwyd, about 44 miles from Dolgelley, in the occupation of Mr David Jones. Further particulars from Messrs Roberts & Evans, Solicitors. Aberystwyth or the Auc- tioneers, Machynlleth. b82 GARTH OWEN, MACHYKU.BTH. MESSRS. GILL ART & SONS have received instructions from R. J. D. Collins, Bsq. (who is leaving to join His Majesty's Forces) to sell by Auction, on the premises, On THURSDAY, 15th July, 1915, the superior Household Appointments, being the CONTENTS OF DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, ENTRANCE HALL, 6 BED & DRESSING ROOMS, & DOMESTIC OFFICES, including 2 elegant Sheraton China Cabinets, Lady s Bureau, Oval Gateleg Table, Kneehole Writing Table, Luxurious Easy Chairs, handsome Brass Fenders and Fire Brasses, Dining-room Chairs, lovely Axminster and other Carpets, Ash and white-enamelled Bedroom Suites, Bedsteads aud Bedding. A number of very interesting Old Prints, Books, China and Glass, Gent's and Lady's Dressing Cases with silver-mounted fittings, good Gramaphone. HARNESS, SADDLERY & OUT-DOOR ITEMS, comprising 2 excellent brown &ets of Cob Harness and Pony Harness, Riding Saddles and Bridles, Horse Rugs, Lady's Bicycle, rallcJPigeon fGun, Garden Hose, 50-gallon Piiraffin Cabinet, galvanised-iron Corn Bins-, Wire Netting, Carpenter's Bench and a collection of very useful Tools, Garden; Implements. Also a Child's Perambulator, 2 Mail Carts, etc. Sale to commence at 11.30 a,m. Terms-C,sb. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Mach- ynlleth. bl52 Cillart & Sons, Auctioneers. House and Estate Agents, Valuers and Surveyors. MACHYNLLETH, AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Grouffd Ilgnts, Fufuture", Farming Stock, and Timber etc., under- taken on mdaerate terms. VALUATIONS made for jEstate Duty, Transfer, Mortgage, and other'purposes. ¡. SURVEYS made and Plans prepared. ESTATES managed and Rents Collected, Property owners advised in-jregard to the I Provisional Valuations of tlteir properties under th6 Finance (190940) Act H.916L Register of houses and lands to let and for Sale by Private Treaty t960 WALTER LLOYD JONES, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, *DEG& TO ANNQIJNCE that ;he open to conduct ■D Sales of Property] Furniture and Farming Stock, &0., on reasonable -terms. Prompt aetUeraents guaranteed. Inquiries Invited fr&n the ~4UOTION £ tfR, Kin? EdWud Street, BaniKiath, at from Mr'SbSN EOBiSKIS, 'Ripon House. SHIPPING. [ABERYSTWYTH & ABERDOVEY Steam racket Compy. Liverpool Agent: ROBERT OWEN & Co.. 28, Brunswick-street, Liverpool. The Powerful NEW SCREW STEAMER, G-ROSTTBHrOXC WILL LOAD FOR ABERYSTWYTH EVERY OTHER FRIDAY, commencing as from June 11th, 1915 (Weather and other circumstances permitting) at West Trafal- gar Lock, Liverpool. For Rates and Passenger fares, apply Secretary, Rofawr, Aberystwyth. CUNARD LINE.—ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. FROM LIVKBPOOL AT 2-30 P.M. Tuscania Sat., July 10 Cameroisia.Sat., July 24 *Saxonia Sat., July 17 Orduna Sat.. July 31 *Cabin and Third Class passengers only. To CANADA. FROM LONDON AND LIVERPOOL, Apply, CUNARD LINE, Liverpool; London, 51, Bisbopsgate, E.C., 29.81, Cockepar Street, S. W. or Paria, 37, Boulevard des Copncinea. HOLLINSHEAD'S H.D RUBBER TYRE WORKS MILLCATE. STOCKPORT. Best and most reliable Tyres for Carriages and Horse-Drawn Vehicles. All work done 011 the premises, and wheels returned same d y- CARRIAGE PAID ONE WAY a712 ØU¥V¥.WQVU- H THE FURNSSHSNG WAREHOUSE', I am. Great Darkgrate Street, jgj BEST VALUE IiY FTTRNITBJiK. £ « | J. LEWIS" EVANS | MtL CABINET MANUFACTURER m U PHGLSTEH&P.. AND UKD»JtTAkSR, Jg P.159S to Inform the pnbljp that he h»« SK (Sp atwuje & large Stool# d £ Furnj$fro made 9B on thp nrfmistij, m lcepecticn idtt.M. Workmanship Guarantee it PR[NTING, LITHOGRAPHING, BOOKBINDING of every description COLOUR WORK a Speciality at the Có Cambrian News Office, Terrace Road Aberystwyth. Sales by Auction. LLANBADARNFAWR ft ABERYSTWYTH, CARDIGANSHIRE. MR JOHN PUGH has been instructed by R. C. Kichardes, Esq., to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Talbot Hotel, Aber- ystwyth, on MONDAY, THE 19tlt JULY, 1915, at 2.30 p.m., the following PROPERTIES: Lot I.-Farm called Llwynteifyissa, Ponter- wyd, containing over 83 acres, in the occupa- tion' of John Williams. Lot 2.—Farm called Tyncwm, situate near Capel Dewi, containing upwards of 81 acres, in the occupation of Henry Davies. Lot 3.—Farm called Aberffrwd, Cwm- rheidol, in the occupation of Sephaniah Jones, also large extensive woodland near to and adjoining the farm. Lot 4.—Three Fields near Parsons Mill, LIanbaoarn, containing upwards of 11 acres, in the occupation of William Hughes. Lot 5.-Cottage and garden called Mel. bourne Cottage, Llangawsa, in the occupation of William Jonea. Lot 6 —Cottage and garden adjoining Lot 5, in the occupation of Catherine Williams. Lot 7.—Excellent Building Site adjoining Lots 5 and16 containing 1,941 square yards or thereabouts. Lot 8.—Cottage and garden at Llangawsa, in the occupation of Morris Rees under Leaae for his life at the annual rent of jBl. Lot 9.-Excelient Building Site at the back of Lot 7 and adjoining house, containing 3,671 square yards or thereabouts. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14.-Warehouses and Gardens at Penranchor, Aberystwyth. The Minerals under Lots 1, 2 and 3 are re- served and the timber on these lots to be taken to at a valuation. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Great Darkgate-street, Aberyst- wyth, or to Messrs SMITH, DAVIES AND EVANS, bl48 Solicitors, Aberystwyth. Mr. JOHN PUGH Auctioneer and Valuer, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth' L Undertakes Sales of an kinds of Property, Farming Stock. Furnitore, fee., apon reasonable tenapc Strict attention given to all business and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thursdays and by appointment on any other day* Offime-Abeyrstwyth Great Darkgate Strest4 Machynlleth Maengwyn street. LIVERPOOL. AFTES SKAVTE q TI..p Shaftesbury Temperance Hotel MOUNT PLEASANT. About Five minutes' walk from Lime Street and Central Stations. Mount Pleasant Cars from Landing Stage Stop at the Door. Telegrams; Shaftesbury Hotel, lMtrpoel." Home like and Moderate. Welsh spoken. Hotel Gwalia, j Upper Woburn Place, LONDON, W C- PKNTBALLV SITUATED (within 5 mfnnteg' walk of Boston Station and 20 mlnntes from Paddington Station by under- ground to Q,-)wer-streeb Station). 130 Rooms, Luxuriously Furnished. Passenger Lift to all fleers. Bed, Breakfast, Morning Bath, and Attend. aacc, Be. eaoh person. Telegraphlo address: Grmlistely London." Telephone 3648 Central. m734 Managing Director, JOHN JENICINS -NEW- St. David's Hotel, HARLECH. Close to famous Links and Seashore. Garage, Inspection Pit, Stables. Billiards, Excellent Cuisine, Write for descriptive booklet. Finest Sea and Mountain Views. g855 University College of Wales, ABERYSTWYTH (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President: &IR JOHN WILLIAMS, Bart., M.D., D.Sc., G.C. V.O. Principal: T. F. ROBERTS, M.A (Oxon), LL.D. (Vio.) Department of Instrumental Music The above-named new Department is now open to both male and female studento Special Staff: M. GASTON LE FEUVE, of We Schola Cantorum, Paris. M. HENRI DELANGE. M. CAMILLE DOtLOBELLE. M. CHARLES TURBOUR. Madame L. ANDRE BARBIER. Classes will be held in Violin, Violincello, Viola, Chamber Music, and Orchestral Classes, Theory of Instrumental Musio, Singing, Piano. Sessional Composition Fee, £ 12. Regis, tration Fee, 1;1. Fee for a Single Omrse. L- 2 2s. Od. per term, together with a Regis- tration Fee of 10s. Men Students reside in Registered Lodgings in th town, or at the Men's Hostel, Warden H. H. Paine, Esq., M.A., B.Sc. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden, Miss O. P Tremain, B.A. For full particulars respecting Department and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. SPECIAL OFFER. 100 sheets of Good Quality Notepaper printed with your own Address and 100 en- velopes for GALLOWAY'S Pier Street and Terrace Road, A berystwytb. Sales by Auction. ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, JULY 14th, at 10, MAESTALARN, DOLGELLEY, IESSRS, DIGGORY AND CHAPMAN F (David Roberts and Son) will Sell by Auction the whole of the ANTIQUE AND MODEtRN EFFECTS, including Genuine Antique Plain Oak Panelled Cabinet dated 1154, Antique Oak Grandfather's Clock, Antique Plain Oak Single Chairs, Antique Oak Bureau, Excellent Antique Oak Dresser and Shelves, Antique Copper and Brass Articles, Quantity of Antique China, American Organ together with a quantity of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE By Order of the Executors of the late Mrs. Ylltyr Williams. Sale at 1 o'clock prompt. bl75 Daniel I. Rees & Evans, AUCTIONEERb AND VALUERS, Estate, House, and Insurance Agents, etc. OFFICES (Open Daily): 4, Baker Street, Aberystwyth. a603 Messrs. Price & Davies, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND ESTATE AGENTS, 2a, Alexandra Road, Aberystwyth And GARTH VILLA, Llanybythbr, Undertakes Sales of Live and Dead Fanning ZD Stock, Implements and Household Appoint- ments Freehold, Leasehold, and Copyhold Properties. VALUATIONS OF REAL ESTATE AND CHATTEL PROPERTY. Rating Assessments and Appeals. COMPENSATION CASES, MORTGAGES ARRANGED. Prompt Settlements on all Sales. b95 ,f(: :r. t: '?::I .L' Im | MR. LIPSCOMB, I Dental Surgery, | Derwen House, 42Bridge LAMPETER. j§ Ft All Y CONSULTATIONS » imiLi. FREE. H Business Hoars—10 to 7 p.m. Z& g LAMPETER. j§ Ft All Y CONSULTATIONS » imiLi. FREE. H Business Hourii-10 to 7 p.m. Z& :7: -> Poultry Foods a Speciality. JJARTLEY'S Q.RAIN STORES, QUEEN STREET, ABERYSTWYTH. Prices & Samples on application. The New (;overnment Order. Registration OF Lodgers. All Hotel and Lodging House Keepers must keep a Special Register of all Guests whether British or Alien. REGISTRATION FORMS (6d per 100), and REGISTERS (2/6 each) can be pur- chased at the 6Cambrian News' Stores, Terrace Road, Aberystwyth. Sales by Auction. 300 Horses. 20 Guineas Prizes, PECIAL JULY SALE IN THE North Wales Repository, Wrexham. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS invite entries JL* for THURSDA Y, JULY 22nd, Town Mares and Geldings, Lorry Horses, Vanners, Cart Colts, Ride and Drive Horses, Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies. Champion Cup for Waggon Horse. June Sale 20 Horses averaged over E106 and 14 Cart Colts M 10s, Prize Lists and Entry Forms ready. Entries close Thursday. July loth. bl50 IMPORTANT SALE OF THE Glansevern Estate, Situate between Welshpool and Newtown. and extending to some 2,360 acres, including 14 Dairy and Agricultural Farms from 60 to 170 acres, over 13 Small Holdings of from 20 to 60 acres, 21 Cottage Holdings and several Cottages, Valuable Accommodation LInds. Water Corn Mill, Thriving Woodlands, etc., producing an aggregate Rent Rail of £ 2,500. Llangurig Estate- Two Valuable Stock and Sheep-raising Farms, known as 'Nanty," containing over 2,000 acres, and Bwlchypridd," containing about 300 acres. I Date of Sale THURSDAY, JULY 29th, at the To" n Hall, Weisbpool. Estate Agent: Mr William Pritchard, Maes- hafren, Garthmyl. Vendor's Solicitors Messrs G. B. Laurence and Co., 19, Lincolns Inn Fields London, W.C. Auctioneers Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons. Wrexham and Crewe. b-, 8 Clumber Park, Worksop The Sale of Her Gracf. the Duchess of New- castle's Welsh Ponies arid Kerry Cattle ad- vertised to take place on Tuesday, July tith, has been unavoidably postponed until Tuesdav, August 10th FRANK LLOYD & SONS, bl39 Auctioneers, Wrexham. Public Notices. CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION COMMITTEE. "DRYN ROAD Council School, Lampeter.— Wanted Certificated Assistant Teacher. Salary, t80 per annum. I Applications, on Forms to he obtained from the undersigned on receipt of a stamped addressed foolscap envelope, should be accom- panied by copies of three recent testimonials, and should reach me on or before Wednesday 14th July, 1915. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Education, j Aberystwyth. 30th June, 1915. b!49 THE COUNTY SCHOOL FOR BOYS, DOLGELLEY. rpHE Governors invite applications for the post of Assistant Master to take History, Welsh and English as principal subjects, and I to enter upon duties in September. Commencing salary up to tl.50 per annum, according to experience (if any) and qualifi- cations. The appointment will be made about the end of July, Applications, with copies of testimonials, are to be sent to The Headmaster, from whom any further information may be obtained. J. JONES WILLIAMS, bl24 Clerk to the Governors. NOTICE. PROPOSED DIVERSION OF HIGHWAY IN THE PARISH OF TOWYN WE, the Urban District Council of Towyn, in the County of Merioneth (being the Surveyor of Highways for the Parish and District of Towyn in the said County) hereby give public notice that on the nineteenth day n of October, 1915, application will be made to His Majesty's Justice of the Peace, assembled in Quarter Sessions in and for the said County of Merioneth at Bala, for an Order for stopping up, diverting or turning of a certain public highway in the Parish of Towyn aforesaid, leading from the Main Road at Dyffrynglyncul to the Happy Valley, namely, from point A to point B on the Plan hereinafter referred to, and which are respectively situate 20 yards and 190 yards to the east of the farmhouse situate and known as Dyffrynglyncul in the Parish aforesaid, by stopping up entirely that portion of the highway situate lying and being as aforesaid and extending for a distance of 170 yards or thereabouts and bv substituting for and making in lieu of the said portion of the public highway leading from the point A on the said Plan in a easterly direction for a distance of 170 yards or thereabouts to point B on the same Plan, and there uniting the said public highway. AND We Hereby Give Further Notice that the Certificate of the two Justices of the Peace having viewed the said Justices of the Peace having viewed the said public highway and the portion thereof pro- posed to be stopped up, diverted or turned, and the line of the public highway proposed to be made as aforesaid, that such proposed new highway will be more commodious to the public than the portion of the highway proposed to be stopped up, diverted or turned, together with the proof of the due publication of the several notices required by the Statute in that behalf, and with a Plan of the old and proposed new highwav, will be lodged with the Clerk of the Peace'f'or the said County on or before the 1st day of September, 1915. Dated this 19th day of June, 1915. RICHARD BARNETT, Clerk to the said Urban bl23 District CouneS of Towyn. NOTICE. WEIGHTS AND MEASURES ACT. 1889 SALE OF COAL. i(,a- 1VTOTICE is hereby given that an applica- tion has been received by the Board of Trade from the Carnarvonshire CountyCouneil for their approval of certain B^ F.-LAWS which the Council have, in pursuance oi Section 28 of the "Weights and Measures Act, 1889, niadje with respect to the SALE OF COAL, :n substitution for the Byelaws made by them on the 6th December, 1892. A copy of these Bye-laws can be inspected, free of charge, between the hours of ten and five at the office1 of Clerk of the County Council. Carnarvon. All persons interested are. to take notice that, 21 days after 'this date, the Board of Trade will proceed to consider the application, and in the meantime, the Board wilS receive any objections \yhW!1 may be made thereto. (Signed) W, F. MAP WOOD., Assistant Secretary Board of Trade, Railway Department. 6th day of July, 1815. N.B.-— Object ons should be addressed to the Assistant Secretary, Railway Depart- ment, Board of Trade. Whitehall Gardens. S.W., and a copy of every objection should at the same timf be forwarded to the Clerk of the C ouiitv Cnmeil. Carnarvon. bl67 I Public Notices. MERIONETH EDUCATION C03IMTTTEE. DOMESTIC SCIENCE AND TECHNICAL BOURSES. THE above Committee will at their next meeting consider applications from candidates, desirous of obtaining Grants or Scholarships, to attend Summer Courses in above subjects. Only a limited number of Scholarships will be awarded. Applications, stating age, course, and previous education and training, should reach me not jater than Wednesday, the 21st instant. RICHARD BARNETT, 7th July, 1915. Secretary. I RIVER DEE FISHERY DISTRIC! N TOIICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it 1 is the intention of the Board of Conservators of the River Dee J'ishcry District to apply to the Board of Agricul- ture and Fisheries to confirm a. Byelaw passed at a meeting of the said Fishery I Board held on the 10th April, lCi;, for the following pLil-pose:- The period during which i:, :;hal1 be illegal to takv- or kill Trout or Chin in that part or the Dee Fishery District Miown as Bala Lake is hereby altered so "hat snoh period shall commence on the Ath Sep- tember and terminate on the 14th January following:, both days, /iiclupivo?. Any person offending agaifi3.fi this Byelaw shall- be liable for each offenco to a penalty not exceeding L5. A copy of the said Byelaw is deposited at the Office of the Dee Fishery Board, No. 13. St. John-street, Ohest.i where the same may be inspected at an reason- able times free of charge, and a copy thereof may l>e obtained on payment of one penny. Objections to the said Bvelar, should be forwarded to the Board of Agriculture one penny. Objections to the said Byelaw should be forwarded to the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, 4, Whitehall-place, London, S.W., within one month from the under- mentioned date, and a copy of su h objec- tions to the undersigned Dated 2nd day of July, 1915. HENRY JOLLIFFE', Clerk to the said Dee Fishery (Board, 13, St. John-street, Charter. A Grand Franco-British PA.TRXOTZC eoNeERT will be held at the PIER PAVILION, (By kind permission of Messrs. Cooke Bros. and Roberts) on WEDNESDA Y, July the 14th, In aid of the French Red Cress (Under the Patronage of the Mayor and Corporation of Aberystwyth, and Colonel Stott and Officers of the 3/6th Cheshire). Reserved seats can be booked at Messrs. Wheatley's, Terrace-road. Prices 2s. (reserved); Is., and 6d. Doors open at 7 p.m. To commence at 7.30 Tenders. ^ILENDERS ARE INVITED for painting certain ot* the Cambrian Covxipany's Stations between Borth, Dovey .J notion, and Towyn. Particulars and speculations may be obtained on application tc the Company's Engineer at Oswestry. b!7U TO PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. THE Cardigan County Education Commit. -L tee invites tenders for Painting and Colouring at the undermentioned Council Schools, viz. Alexandra Road. Aberystwyth (Cookery Room). Penllwyn. Specification of the work, together with f itl particulars as to time and place for sending th estimates can be seen in charge of the respect- ive Headteachers or at the office of the undersigned. The lowest or any tender will not necess- arily be accepted. By order, G. DICKENS-LEWIS, Licentiate R.I.B.A, M.S.A., County Architect, bl42 Aberystwyth. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE Cardigan County Education Committee invites estimates for work at the under- mentioned Council Schools, viz :— Alexandra Road, Aberystwyth (Rebuilding gables). Borth (Paving). Llanflhangel-y-Croyddin (Additions and alterations). Llangwyryfon (Retaining wall and railing). Rhydypenn&u (Paving). Scyborycoed (Cementing and Waterproofing. Talybont (Water supply and drainage). JPeterwell, Lampeter (New water main) Cellan. near Lampeter (New boiler ho use) Council (Damage and walling) _Y RP?cification of the work, together with full particulars as to time and place for sending in tenders can be seen in charge of the respective Head-teachers, or at the ollice of the undeisigned. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. By order, G. DICKENS-LEWIS. Licentiate It I.B.A ,'iM.S.A., County Architect, Aberystwyth. L141 James Morgan, FRUITERER AND FLORIST, FISHMONGER AND POULTERER, 11, Tier Street, Aberystwyth, EGGS. EGGS. Bought in any quantity for Cash. T. LI JONES, LADIES' TAILOR, 15, Queen's Terrace, Aberystwyth. bl81