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Sales by Auction. CARDIGANSHIRE. Town of Aberystwyth. SALE OF LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE. TO be Sold by public Auction at the LION 1 ROYAL HOTEL, ABERYSTWYTH, on WEDNESDAY the 24th day of MAY, 1905, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, by MR. A. LLOYD WILLIAMS, Auctioneer (subject to such conditions as will be then and there produced)- "All that Messuage dwelling-house and premises -known as 'LONGTON HOUSE,' situate at and being No. 8, Alexandra Road, in the town of Aberystwyth, now in the occupation of W. A. Young, Esq." The house contains two reception rooms, four bed- rooms, kitchen, scullery and usual offices, with garden, &c. The premises are held for an unexpired term of sixty-five years at the annual ground rent of 65 17s. 3d., under a lease granted by the Aberystwyth Corporation, and are situated in a most convenient position nearly opposite the Railway Station, and are also highly suitable either for a private residence or lodging-house. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, 3, Baker Street, or to Mr. T. J. Samuel, Solicitor, 24, Great Dark Gate Street, both of Aberystwyth. PEMBROKESHIRE. Parishes of Gastlebythe and Little Newcastle. EXCEPTIONALLY IMPORTANT SALE of a compact and conveniently situated Freehold Agri- cultural and Sporting Estate, situate near the villages of Puncheston, Castlebythe and Ambleston, contiguous to the North Pembrokeshire branch of the G.W. Railway, within eight miles of the rapidly increasing towns of Fishguard and Goodwick, and nine miles of the county town of Haverfordwest, containing an area of nearly 420 Acres, all in a ring fence, of the annual rental value exceeding £250. MESSRS. JAMES & JAMES, F.A.I., are instructed by W. S. Je kins, Esq., J.P., to offer for sale by public auction at the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, FISHGUARD, on THURS- DAY, JUNE xst, 1905, at 1 o'clock p.m., the whole of the above-mentioned FREEHOLD ESTATE in the following or such other lots as may hereafter be determined upon (subject to its being first of all offered in one lot), viz. Lot. Name of Holding. Tenant's Name. Area. Rental. 1 Mount Pleasant Mr. J. Williams 34 3 o 30 0 2 Castle or Parcyllun do. 16 3 6 18 0 0 3 Brist and Fron Mr. J. Howells 63 3 20 39 0 0 4 Penlan-uchaf. Mr. A. Griffiths 26 1 4 13 0 0 5 Penlan do. 59 3 33 31 0 0 6 Longhook Fawr Mr. J. Williams 216 2 30 120 0 4) Total 418 1 13 251 0 0 Full descriptive particulars, plans, and conditions of sale are in course of preparation, and may shortly be obtained post free from the Auctioneers, Arcade Chambers, Goat Street, Swansea, or from the Solicitor, Jno. R. Richards, Esq., 31, Fisher Street, Swansea. 0 BWYS < GYMRY LLUNDAIN." By order of Executors re J. HUMPHRIES, deed. NEW BARNET (Herts). MR. W. MAURICE-JONES will Sell by Auction, at the RAILWAY HOTEL, NEW BARNET, on THURSDAY, June 1st, 1905, at 7 p.m., four Freehold Cottages, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, Watson's Cottages, Edward Road, New Barnet, let to old tenants at £ 75 8s. per ann. forming a sound and remunerative investment. Particulars from the Auctioneer, North Finchley, N. FINCHLEY, N. (Seven Miles from LONDON.) FOR SALE, cheap.-A capital House, well furnished; close to Station 2 reception rooms, 4 bedrooms, bath (h. & c.), garden suit a young couple. Price ^450 the house, similar selling £525. Furniture £250 (worth double). Owner going abroad. Only wants seeing. — Write Mr. MAURICE-JONES, Estate Agent, North Finchley. FREEHOLD. TO DAIRY FARMERS AND OTHERS.— About 46 acres splendid pasture land to be Sold excellent feed; close to railway (G.E.Ry.) grand situa- tion for building purposes, factories, etc.; few miles from Southend-on-Sea.—Apyly, BARGAIN," London Welsh- man Office, 45, St. Martin's Lane, W.C. No Agents. Progressive and Impregnable. These two words sum up the Methods and Position of THE MUTUAL LIFE Insurance Company of New York. A Mutual Company without a Single Shareholder. ALL PROFITS GO TO THE POLICY-HOLDERS. Our Policies are FREE as to Occupation and Residence. GOVERNED by British Law. PAYABLE in Sterling. SUBJECT to remission of Income Tax. NOTED for simplicity and liberality. Write for Booklet Number 308. It tells all about the 20- payment Life Policy- The best all-round Contract for Single or Married Men. Head OlJicefir the United Kingdom 16, 17 & 18, CORNHILL, LONDON, E.C. D. C. HALDEMAN, General Manager or to O. LLOYD OWEN, Bryn Gwynedd," Teignmouth Road, Brondesbury, N.W. Cyfarfodydd Dlwygiadol. CAPEL SHIRLAND ROAD, Paddington, MAI 16EG I'R 23AIN. GWASANAETHIR GAN :— Parch. JOSEPH JENKINS (Ceinewydd), M. P. MORGAN (Blaenanerch), THOMAS JONES (Coedllai), Miss MAUD DAVIES (Ceinewydd), FLORRIE EVANS (Ceinewydd). I ddechreu am 8 oV gloch. The Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales, MOUNTAIN ASH. AUGUST 7th, 8th, 9th, and loth, 1905, £1,600 in PRIZES. Programmes 7d. post free. Further Particulars apply to G. A. EVANS, ) C D. T. EVANS, FSECRETANES- At Ggmrg Deheubarth Llundain. CYNHELIR 0610 $vvnj$la&ol, YN Nghapel y Methodistiaid Calfinaidd, FALMOUTH ROAD, NEW KENT ROAD, S.E., 0 Nos Wener, Mai 19eg, hyd Nos Sabboth, Mai 28ain. TREFN Y CYFARFODYDD. Nos Wener a Nos Sadwrn. Mai 19 a 20, am 7.30 a Dydd Sabbatb, Mai 21, am 10.45, 2.30 a 6.30. Gwasanaethir gan yr EfeDgylesan- MISS MAGGIE DAVIES, MISS MARY DAVIES, (Maesteg) (Gorseinon) MISS S. A. JONES, MISS PRISCILIA WATKINS. (Nantymoel) (Trecastell) Nos Lun, Nos Fawrtb, Nos Fercher, Nos Wener a Nos Sadwrn, Mai 22, 23, 24, 26 a 27, am 7.30, a Dydd Sabbath, Mai 28, am 10.45 a 6.30. Gwasanaethir gan— MR. W. LLEWELYN LLOYD (Bethel, Mon.). MISS MAY JOHN, R.A.M. MISS LLOYD. Sylwer na fydd cyfarfod Nos lau, Mai 25ain, gan fod Oymanfa'r Plant yng nghapel Jewin Newydd. Prydnawn Sabbath, Mai 28ain, am 2.45, cynhelir Cyfarfod yn y Raleigh College Hall, Saltoun Road, Effra Road, Brixton (ger y Brixton Public Library). Gwasanaethir gan Mr. a Miss LLOYD a Miss MAY JOHN, R.A.M. Rhoddill gwahoddiad Cynes i bob Cymllo a Chymraes ilp Cyfarfodydd uchod.

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