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COUNTY OF CARDIGAN. NAVY HALL ESTATE. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE. ME. J. E. JAMES has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the LION EOYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, on MONDAY, the 2nd day of JUNE, 1902, at 3 o'clock p m. Subject to Conditions to be then produced, the FREEHOLD ESTATE known as the" NAVY HALL ESTATE," situate in the Parish of Lledrod, comprising the following Lots Lot I.-The excellent Farm and Lands known as n NAVY HALL," comprising 151 acres, 3 roods, and 10 perches, or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr. David Morgan and others. Lot 2.—The desirable Small Farm and Lands known as "GWARFFYNON" otherwise "YNYSGOCH- FACH," containing 6 acres or thereabouts in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Evans. Lot 3.—The like known as <• YNYSGOCH," otherwise YNYSGOCH-ISSA containing 17 acres or thereabouts in the occupation of Mr. John Davies. All the Lots are conveniently situated. Lot 1 being close to the Village of Bronant, offers great attractions to persons requiring residential property of a moderate size and inexpensive character. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, or to Messrs. Roberts and Evans, Solicitors, all of Aberystwyth. Welsh Tabernacle Sunday School. ANNUAL EXCURSION WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 19th, 1902, To Butterwick Farm, Smallford, Herts. FARE-Railway Return and Tea Adult 2/9; Child, 1/6 Trains leaving King's Cross, G.N.R. Time Platform 9.20 a.m. C Through Train 10.32 a.m. E „ „ 11.45 a.m. No. 1 (probably „ „ 1.20 p.m. No. 2 Change at Hatfield 2.30 p.m. E „ „ „ RETURNING. 5.59 p.m. from Smallford. Through Train. 7.11 p.m. „ „ „ 8.26 p.m. „ „ „ „ THE WELSH CHAPEL SUSSEX ROAD, HOLLOWAY, — N. There will be a SALE OF WORK At the above Chapel on THURSDAY, 22 MAY.1902 To be opened at 3. Also a Concert 8 p.m. Artistes- Miss LENA MORGAN Miss MARY JENKINS Miss MARGARET DAVIES Mr. THOMAS GIBBS Mr. DAVID EVANS Solo Pianist- Miss ALETHEIA DAVIES TICKETS, 1/- each may be obtained of Mrs. W. JULIAN JONES, 34, Florence Road, Stroud Green, N. New Jewin Sunday Schools FANN ST., ALDERSGATE ST., E.G. THE Annual Excursion WILL TAKE PLACE ON WHIT-MONDAY, MAY 19, 1902, TO "WOODSI D Ey BRICKET WOOD. Trains as under- From Euston, 10.5, 10.30, 10.40, 11.30, 12.40, 3.0 Returning from Bricket Wood, 7.8, 8.28, 9.3, 9.14. FARES- Adults, Train 1/11. Tea 1/- Combined 2/9 Children (under 14) 1/- » 8d. 1/5 Cold Luncheons at 1/6 each will be provided at 1 o'clock. Tea on Tables from 3.30 to 5. Should the weather prove unfavourable, a large Hall will be at the disposal of the Committee. Tickets can be had from the following-Messrs. John Jones, 8, Jewry Street, Aldgate, E.; W. H. Jones, 182, St. John Street Road; David Edwards, Liberia Road, Highbury; Will Jenkins, 129, Central Street, City Road; David Thomas, 3, Warburton Road, Mare Street, Hackney; William Edwards, 77, Jamaica Street, or from the Secretary; rlso at New Jewin Chapel until 2.15 on the day of Excursion. Intending passengers are particularly requested to note that NO TICKETS will be sold at the STATION. Those desiring tickets forwarded by post can have same by remitting cost and postage. Tickets purchased before the day, and not used, may be returned up to and including Tuesday evening, May 20th, and the money refunded. W. MENDUS EDWARDS, Hon. Sec., 22, Carter Lane, E.C. AN EISTEDDFOD WILL BE HELD AT ST, SAVIOUR'S HALLS, COBBOLD ROAD, SHEPHERD'S BUSH, (Off the Uxbridge Rd., by Princess Victoria) ON Wednesday, June 2, 3, & 4 1902. TO BE OPENED AT 3 EACH DAY. June 2. By Lord Aberdare 3. By the Rev. Prebendary Ridgeway 21 4. By Osmond Williams, Esq., M.P. Cymer Cystadleuaethau le yn ddyddiol mewn CELFYDDYD, CERDDORIAETH, RHYDDIAETH, &c. Prices of Admission- Reserved Seats 5/- each day, or 10/- for three days „ „ 2/6 each days or 5/- for 3 days. Admission, 1/- Children, Half-Price. For further particulars, apply to Miss ALICE WILLIAMS 16, Inverness Terrace, W.