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ILANGEITHO, CARDIGANSHIRE. SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. ME. DAVID T. DAVIES has been instructed by R. S. Rowland, Esq., of Garth, to offer for sale by publio auction at Talbot Hotel, Tregaron, on Tuesday the 25th day of November, 1902, at 1.30 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to be then and there produced, the following most desirable freehold properties:— LOT 1. Two messuages with the gardens and outbuildings belonging therto, called Cnwcygneuen, situate near Meidrim Road, in the village of Llangeitho in the county of Cardigan, and which said messuages are now in the occupation of Evan Williams. LOT 2. All that messuage or dwelling house, garden and premises, called No. 1, Meidrim Road, Llangeitho, aforesaid, now in the occupation of P.O. Jones. LOT 3. All that messuage garden and premises, called No. -2, Meidrim Road, Llangeitho aforesaid, now in the occupation of Eaiah Evans. LOT 4. All that messuage garden and premises called No. 3, Meidrim Road, Llangeitho, aforesaid, now in the occupation of John Jones. LOT 5. All that messuage garden and premises called No. 4, Meidrim Road, Llangeitho, aforesaid, now in the occupation of Rees Morris. LOT 6. All that messuage or dwelling house, garden, out- buildings and premises formerly commonly called or known as the Old Gleve House, but now called or known as the Glover's House, situate near Meidrim Road, Llangeitho, aforesaid and now in the occupation of Evan Evans. LOT 7. All that messuage or dwelling house, garden and premises, situate adjoining or near Meidrim Road > Llangeitho, aforesaid, and now in the occupation o^ Elizabeth Jones. The whole of the above lots are subject to a Lease for 70 years from the 29th day of September, 1883, at the yearly ground rent of £8 10s which ground rent has been apportioned among the several lots as iollows:— „ Lot 1, <8110. Lots 2, 3, 4 and 5, £1 5s. Lots 6 and 7, £ 1 each. Lots 2,3, 4 and 5 are all newly built houses. The whole of the property is most desirably situated and forms an excellent investment and as the lease runs out becomes more valuable every year. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Pantybeudy Hall, Llangeitho, or to MESSRS. SMITH DAVIES & CO., Solicitors, Aberystwyth. GOHEBYDD MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Barrett's Grove, Stoke Newington. GRAND Evening CONCERT (In aid of the above) will be held at the SHOREDITCH TOWN HALL ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1902 ARTISTES— Madame CLARA NOVELLO DAVIES LADY GLEE SINGERS Mr. HERBERT EMLYN Mr. EMLYN DAVIES SoloFlautist—Mr. W. L. BARRETT Elocutionist-Mr. D. EGRYN OWEN Accompanist-Miss NELLIE JONES Chairman—J. B. SACKVILLE EVANS, Esq. Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8. ADMISSION, 1/- RESERVED SEATS, 2/3/5/- BECHSTEIN HALL, WIGMORE STREET. MISS L. TEIFY DAVIES CONTRALTO (Pupil of Mme. BLANCHE MARCHESI) WILL GIVE A Song Recital (Under the Management of Mr. L. G. Sharpe). On Friday Evening, Dec. 5, 1902, at 8 ASSISTTD BY Mr. FREDERICK RAN ALOW AND Miss LLEWELYN TOMS (Solo Violin) Accompanist-Mr. MERLIN MORGAN. Stall, 10s, 6d. and 5s. Unreserved Balcony, 2s. Tickets at Messrs. Chappell & Co., Ltd., 50, New Bond Street, W.; Whitehead's Ticket Office, St. James's Hall the Box Office, Beckstein Hall; usual Agents; of Miss L. Teify Davies, 10, Willow Road, Hampstead, N.W.: and of L. G. SHARPE, Concert Agency, 61, Regent St., W. Clapham Junction Welsh Chapel, BEAUCHAMP ROAD, S.W. GRAND COFFEE SUPPER AND COMPETITIONS Will be held on WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19TH, 1902. COMPETITIONS- 1. Recitation, "Gwron y Conemaugh." Prize, GOLD MEDAL. 2. Solo, Gyda'r Iesu" (D. Jenkins); to those under 16. Prize, GOLD MEDAL. 3. Solo, Gwlad y Delyn" (John Henry). (Tenor or Bass). Prize, GOLD MEDAL. Assisted by well-known Artistes, and the South London Male Voice Party. Chairman D. JONES, Esq. Adjudicators- Music-Mr. MADOC DAVIES. Recitation-Messrs. LLEWELLYN EVANS and TOM JENKINS. Accompanist—Mr. EDWARD JENKINS. 1itmes of Competitors to be sent by November 17th, to the Hon. Sec., D. C. DAVIES, 28, Silverthorne Rd., Clapham, S.W. GOLD AND SILVER COLLECTION (In aid of Building Fund). COMMENCE AT 7.45 PROMPT. On Wednesday Evening, November 12th, at the above Chapel, "Magic Lantern," by Mr. Jones, (Missionary), Gwlad y Bryniau." CROESAW CYNES I BAWB.

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