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Derwen & District Ploughing Society. President: R. E. Birch, Esq., St. Asaph. Vice-President: R. 0. Roberts, Esq., J.P. THE FOURTH ANNUAL PLOUCHING MATCH will be held in a most suitable Field, at Hendre Isa, Llanelidan, by kind permission of Mr. E. Jones, on THURSDAY, FEB. 12th, 1914, or if prevented by frost on the first available Thursday following. Prizes as follows :â PLOUGHING (Open to all Comers). Class A.-For Diggers. First Prize, £ 2; 2nd. £ 1 10s,; 3rd, £ 1; 4th, 10s. Entrance Fee, 2s.6d. Class B.âFor Diggers (Open to Young Men under 21 years of age). First Prize, 12; 2nd, £ 1 10s.; 3rd, £1 4th, 10s. Entrance Fee, 2s 6d. HEDGING and DITCHING. Class A. (Open to all Comers)âHedging and Ditching. First Prize, 12s.; 2nd, 10s. (given by E. E. Da vies, Ruabon); 3rd, 7s.6d.; 4th, 5s. Entrance Fee, lB. Class B.-Confined to those who have not won a First Prize before. First Prize, 12s.; 2nd, 10a.; 3rd, 7s.6d.; 4tb, 5s.; 5th, Billhook, by Mr. E. Lloyd, Coal Merchant, Derwen. Entrance Fee, lB. Class C.-Confined to Young Men under 21 years of age. First Prize, 12s.; 2nd, 10s.; 3rd, 7s.6d.; 4th, 5s.; 5th, Billhook, given by Mr. J. K. Williamson. Entrance Fee, Is. For Special Prizes and further particulars see Posters. ADMISSION, 6d. Entries and Fees must be received on or before Feb. 9th, by the Secretary, G. T. WILLIAMS, Hendrefawr, Derwen. GRAMAPHONE and RECORDS Second hand-Cheap. G. M. WILSON, London Road, Corwen. FREE FREE FREE La,d:i.elii should LC IL41BM g? 2 stamps for 2/9 Packet of our Celebrated Reguline Powders a guaranteed remedy for all distressing ailments. These excellent powders give relief in a few hours, and for lover 20 years have proved the most reliable cure. Their occasional use will ensure sound regular health. Once tried you will never be without them. Try them at our expense. Send to-day. Address- THE MANAGERESS, 106, LIVERPOOL ROAD, ISLINGTON, LONDON. < SALES BY MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON Oorwen, Denbigh, Llangollen and Dolgelley. ON FRIDAY NEXT, JAN. 30th, 1914, MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON Beg to announce that they will continue their Sale of the remaining Effects left unsold on Friday last, âat the- Malt House, Corwen, Quantity of Tiles, Sinkstones, Chimney Pots, Air Bricks, Gulley Traps, Common Bricks, Window Sills, Corner Bricks, Slates, Socket Pipes, Junctions, Moulded Bricks, Ridge Tiles, Copings, Buff Tiles, Square Tiles, Steps, Stable Bricks, Flags, Blocks, Jib Crane, Use- ful Cart, &c., &c. by order of the Representa- tives of the late Mr. Hugh Owen, Builder and Contractor, Corwen. Sale at 2 o'clock prompt. ON MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9th, 1914 -at- Tygwyn, Pentrellyncymer, near Cerrigydrudion Sale of the whole of the CROPS comprising 2 large Bays of Hay, 7 Stacks of Barley and Oats, quantity of Oat Straw (the foregoing are well-harvested), together with a collection of Outdoor Effects. Three Months' Credit or Discount given. Sale at One o'clock prompt. Auctioneers' Offices:- Corwen, Denbigh and Dolgelley. < THE WESLEYANS' ANNUAL SOCIAL will be held on WEDNESDA Y, Feb. 25, 1914 Further, particulars in future editions. ARTIFICIAL A TEETH, English and American 1ST AT HOSPITAL prices, â GUARANTEED 15 YEARS WILLIAMS' Dental Institute, ANWYLFA, RUTHIN ROAD, (Opposite Infirmary) DENBIGH, Attends every Friday and Fair days at Mr. D P Davies (Photographer), Cambria House, Market Square, CORWEN and Mrs. Daniels, 10, Market Street 1 RUTHIN, every Monday and Fairday. PAINLESS A i EXTRACTIONS. 1 GUARANTEED. p oft Pountain Pens (GUARANTEED GOLD NIB) n | FROM 1/- | Styilo Pens f Spring Needle, FROM 1/ j FOUNTAIN PEN AND STYLO INK. G. M. WILSON, London Road, Opposite Police Court, Cc:»e:Jt1. ?? ââ  JiiiiS:: â â â â E-T â â â â â