PRKPAIU 3CALE FTitses to Let, Houses WzateA Siin&t/tBS WfUiltd ,,il,i&tio a Vacant, Apartmmta to. ee L-et, N scallaneas Wanted, ArtiofeHLost and Iwiad 4' No 0»« Thret Wx Sine Word! ITIJH'. ;usti- Iristrt- laser- HUM- Slon^ filons tifns. tinns. Jfnn*. s. Q. d. d d. i t. d- II 1 0 2 0 3 6 46 68 1 6 3 0 4 6 I 7 8 3fi 2 0 4 0 5 8 9 42 2 6 5 0 70 0 90 43 t » 0 60 7 6 8 tI 10 8 N.B.—It Box Hamber gften let.. obaiia ta portage of npU«.
SK YOUR GROGER FOR DWYSTD TEA PURE REFRESHING AND DELICIOUS. Sold in Packet- and guaranteed full weight. Prir-p-. 1/10, 2/- 2/2. *nd 2/4 pHr lh WA.KTBD. CA N,A DA FOR WOMEN.—Miss Charlotte Lightbourne is now forming a special party of selected girls for Canada. Girls party of selected girls for Canada. Girls wishing to join must apply immediately.; fares advanced to Toronto, Winnipeg, t or Regina for qualified domestics picked situ- ations, splendid wages.—Write or call c/o Canadian Northern Railway,21,Charing Cross, London, S.W. j1 m COB wanted, 14 to 15 hands; suitable for lady to ride also quiet in harness. Apply, 270, "Cambrian News "Office, Aber- ystwyth. y202 CANADA.—Wanted, Farmers. Farm lfithf>urers and Domestic Servants, VVoik par.antood.-Apply at the "Cambrian News" Offices, Aberystwyth, Agents for the Allan Line and Pacific Canadian Rail- way Company. DOMESTICS. The happiest and 11) healthiest country in the world for domestic servants is Australia; jjfreat demand, liberal outings, pleasant work- ing conditions, with excellent opportuni- ties of social progress. Governments of New South Wales and Victoria ofter greatly reduced passages and guarantee immediate employment at from 12s. 6d. to 25s. weekly. Apply for details, Her- bert Jones and Co., 2, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth^ FARM WORKERS Wanted. —Monpy is saved quickly by Australia's highly-paid farm labourers. Thrifty workers soon become substantial farmers. Large number of experienced men wanted at once by Victoria and New South Wales; wages from JE1 to 25s. a week and free board and lodging: work guaranteed by Government; greatly reduoed steamship oassages.-Apply, Herbert Jones and Co., 3, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. yl23 GENERAL Servant, able to cook, wanted near London; man kept and other help given. Wages £ 18— £ 20. State age and experience to Ewart Jeannettes, Mill Hill, N.W. ?144 HOUSE, small, unfurnished, wanted, April 1st, 3 sitting, 5 bedrooms, bathroom, good water supply, modern sani- tation, little rough shooting; trout fishing essential; near town, station. Montgom- eryshire preferred. Low rent.—Write 1,211, Sell's Offices, Fleet-street, London. EGAL. '*Ii anted, law costs and LEGAL. — Wanted, law costs and accounts clerk, able to work without supervision; shorthand and typist preferred .-Apply, stating age, experi- ence, references, and salary to 270, Cam- brian News" Office, Aberystwyth. yl25 LADS LADS, LADS—'The happiest, healthiest life for British lads from 16 to 20 years is on big prosperous farms in New South \yales and Victoria; wages high, climate ideal. All industri- ous farm boys may become substantial farmers. Previous farm experience not necessary. Reduced passages; £3 pay- able here; wages to start from 10s. to 15s.; free board and lodging; quick increases; work guaranteed by Government.—Apply, Herbert Jones and Co., 3, Terrace-road, Aberystwyth. yl22 OLESKINS. Ge rrarWs. Furriers, Edinburgh, pay highest prices. Cash. Pioneers of this .industry. Send for particulars. y!17 ITMAN'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. REPORTER.- Wanted, smart Boy to learn Reporting: good opportunity for in- .-tollipent youth.—Apply, "Cambrian News" <5ffloe, Aberystwyth. SALESMAN wanted to }-ell Boiling Water Appliances for factory, dining rooms, hotels, restaurants, etc., on commission, Aberystwyth and district.—Apply, 274E, 4, Union Street, Birmingham. yl70 Ir AIf.OltS. Wanted permanent coat hand, < with knowledge of ladies work, for North Wales firm; high class trade.—Apply by letter to No. 277, Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. yIBS THE Atlas Assurance Company, Ltd., (established 1808), have a vacancy at their Cardifforanch for a well-edu- cated youth, aged 16 or 17 years, as junior clerk.-Applications to the Branch Man- ager, Principality Buildings, Cardiff. WANTED, respectable Young Girls for machine work and folding.—Apply, Steam Laundry, Aberystwyth. y205 WANTED, Groom Gardener; married experienced with hunters.—Morgan, Nantcaero, Aberystwyth. y204 \*7ANTED, a practical Sawyer, ex- V perienced m working saw bench and breaking down large timber.—Apply to Mr. Percy Wilkinson, Estate Offioe, Crosswcod. yl38 WANTED, a good Housemaid Waitress, over 20, with some experience for the country; write.-Plas Caermeddyg, Llanbedr, Merioneth. WANTED, unfurnished, a small detatched Cottage modern arrangements rent not exceeding £ 25 ar.vwhere—coast pre- ferred.—Particulars, C. E. Macnamara, Aber- dovey. yl45 WANTED, good General Servant; comfort- W able home good outings; good refer- ence required wnszese24 a year for London. -Applv to Mrs Proctor, 12, Rustliall Avenue, Bedford Park, London, W. ylOO WANTED, an Apprentice to the fronmon- gery Trade.—Apply, Collins, Ironmonger, Aberystwyth. y105 WANTED, experienced Cook General for Sheffield family three housemaid and charwoman kept; age about 30 good reference essential; wages £22; railway fare paid.-Apply, Mrs Cooper Davies, National Provincial Bank, Portmadoc. y99 WORKING Housekeeper or Good Cook General, wanted for business house.— Apply, Box No. 269, Cambrian News Office, Aberystwyth. y91 XXT ANTED, good Plain Cook, able to bake.— Apply, Mrs. Hughes-Bonsall, Glan Rheidol, Capel Bangor, R.S.O. x997 WANTED good, plain, single-handed Cook for country small family age 30 to 36. -34rs James, I.odge Park, Glandyfi, Cardi- ganshire. yl39 WANTED, Apprentice or Improver for VV Ladies' Tailor-made Skirt"; good t,pport.u n I LY. -Apply, Box 274, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. yl60 vyANThD, to rent or purchase, small de TT tached cottage on coast, near Aber- ystwyth.—Burn, Lyndon, Sheldon, Warwick- shire. y!87 WANTED at once, smart young Lady for Fancy Department; state full parti- culars.—Apply, Waterloo House, Carnarvon. ylS5 WANTED, Clerks, with Railway Station experience 19 to 28 yaars of age. Salary, £ (>5 to itl",o according to position. App]y, with references, Box 27o, Cambrian News Office. yl72 WANTED, 25th March, Groom-Coachman; ill. married house provided good driver, WIllIng to make himself useful. Abstainer pre- ferred. State, age, weight, wages and full particulars._ Cosens, Bronpadarn. Llanbadarn Fawr. Aberystwyth. y201 CARDIGANSHIRE EDUCATION 1 COMMITTEE. 11 T A T E D, Two Uncertificated » V Teachers for the Infants Depart- ment of the Alexandra-road Council School, Aberystwyth. Salary according to age and experience. AppMcations on forms to be obtained from the undersigned on rcceipt of a stamped addressed foolscap envelope, should bi accompanied by copies of three iecpnt testimonials, and should reach me on or before Wednesday, llth February, 1914. JENKIN JAMES, M.A., Director of Education. Aberystwyth, 26th January, 1914. yl35 WANTED. TRAVELLER required on commission only J_ to carry additionitl lines of highest grade and well advertised proprietary goods. Must j possess really influential connection amongst Grocers, Stores, Chemists and Confectioners. Personal knowledge of financial status,of traders essential. Splendid opportunity to considerably increase present income, and only energetic man who can command a good business need apply. Welshman preferred.— Write full particulars, stating exact territory covered, time occupied in completing journey, nature of lines carried, and amount of present turnover, age, two references as to capacity and integrity and terms required, etc., to XYZ. c/o K. Press, 8, Waterloo Place, S.W. y186 BUTCHERS.—Wanted smart experienced energetic Shopman speak Welsh take charge new Branch only those able to work new business needed send age wage photo references; abstainer.—Llew. Walters, But- cher, Porth, S. Wales. yl61 WA N T E D, Welsh Comp.. take turn at machines permanent situation; state wages; experience; references, -Adsain Office; G or wen. y210 EQUIRED at once, Young General; one LV used to farm work preferred salary E16; must be good worker and willing aged about 25.—Apply, Misses Roberts, Buckley Arms Hotel. Dmas Mawddwy. y211 ^TYPEWRITING of all descriptions neatly and accurately executed at reasonable ■ charges. Prices on application.—Miss Nellie Lloyd, Tirioufa, Trinity Road, Aberystwyth. y2l4 W,ANTED, good working House-keeper; donlesticated.-Apply, stating age and experience, to Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth. y219 TO BE LET. BERYSTWYTH.-TO be let or sold, A convenient freehold Stable and Hay- shed central position immediate possess- ion.—Apply, D. Emrys Williams, Solicitor, Aberystwyth. y217 A BER YSTWYTH-Buperior Apartments A (one minute from sea and near golf links), every oonvenienoes; moderate terms.—Apply, Box No. 258, "Cambrian News" Office, Aberystwyth. x867 OUSE TO LET, in Dinas Terrace.— Apply, Mr Bertram Jones, Steam Laundry. Aberystwyth. y206 rpo BE LET OR SOLD, Belgravia," North Parade, Aberystwyth. Possession, May 12th, 1914.—Apply, Smith & Davies, Solicitors, or Tan-y-coed. Penglaise-road. x982 TO BE LET, a small House and good gar- den, charmingly situated on the banks of the Ystwyth, 2 miles from Aberystwyth; containing two sitting rooms, excellent hall, six bedrooms, with usual offices; half a mile from church, post office and station.-Apply, Mr Daniel,Laundry Cottage, Rbydyfelin. yl79 TOWYN.—To Let or Sold, cheap, Liv- erpool House and Shop; also Som- erset House: leasehold.—Apply, Owen TTnprhes. builder. w810 TO LET, with possession in May next, the Dwelling House, No. 51, High-street, Portmadoc. Reasonable rent.—Apply, Mrs Richards, 146. High-street, Portmadoc. yl92 CRICCIETH. VTVf TO BE LET, unfurnished, House in own grounds, approached by long drive with an entrance lodge, containing lounge ball, 3 reception rooms, 9 bedrooms, usual offices stabling, garage, good garden. With or without 400 acres of shooting.—Apply, Walter Jones, Estate Agent, Criccieth. rpO BE LET or Sold, Lenton House, Victoria Terrace, Aberystwyth immediate pos- session attractive position, centre promen- ade.—Apply, Cooke Bros. & Roberts, Aber- ystwyth. yl82 BALKAN HILL, ABERDOVEY, charm- 13 ingly situated, partly furnished or unfurnished, standing in own timbered grounds drive approach, excellent kitchen garden, tennis lawn 3 sitting, 10 bedrooms, bath (h and c) good large offices; outside building five miles from town, sea, and golf.—Terms and particulars, Mrs Frances Lewis, as above. Y181 O LET, from May 12th, No. 8, Caergog Terrace (south aspect); drawing and din- ing rooms, 6 bedrooms, good kitchen, bath and lavatory, wash house, 2 w.c.'s rent E26, three years' tenancy X25.-Apply, 41. Great Dark- gate Street. y212 TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE, MotorCar, 10—12 h.p. Darracq; seats five; splendid tubes, tyres and upholstering, all lamps, hood and screen; good going order strong car. Bargain £80 cash. Owner going abroad.—Michell, Bryntrynol, Machynlleth. y200 |T\OR SALE, 8 acres excellent Meadow P Land, beautifully wooded, bounded by first rate, Trout Stream grand site gentle- man's house; lunsurpp-ssed views over River Dovey and surrounding mountains; few minutes walk Glandyfl Station.-Write, Owner, Dovey Bank, Glandoyft. yl99 FOR SALE, Antique Bracket Clock, dark oak, brass feet and top, perfect condition and timekeeper.—Reply, 278, "Cambrian News" Orlice, Aberystwyth. yIO8 GGS FOR SITTING, from pedigree pure laying stock. White Wyan- dottes, high-class pen (3s. 6d. dozen); White Orpingtons (3s. 6d. dozen); Leg- horn- Wyandottes, cross (3s. dozen); all above from pedigree pure laying stock only.—Miss Williams, Borthwen, Pon- rhyndeudraeth. FOR SALE bv Private Treaty, Freehold Dwelling House and Garden, built 1910, known as Garth Vale. Aberarth, 1 miles from Aberayron station, containing 8 rooms, washhouse, and stable.—Apply, S. Jones, Garth Vale, Aberarth, Aberystwyth. yl47 FOR SALE, 18 h.p. Metallurgique Car fine Vanden Plas torpedo tody, 5 C. A.V. lamps, speedometer. Stepney, luggage grid in first-class condition throughout. Price, k285-Thurstoii, Bodtalog, Towyn, Merioneth. yl80 TO BE SOLD, a large number of Flower Pots, per dozen, from 1 to 20 inches.— Apply, 276, "Cambrian News" Office, Aber- ystwyth. Y178 SHORTHORN CALVES for rearing from record Chenhire Milkers, by Pedigree Bulls. Quotations to any station; no fancy pricen.-Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester, v359 TO BE SOLD as a going concern, the old- established baker's and confectionery business, 30, High-street, Criccieth, in the occupation of Mr Griffith Richards, who is retiring.—Apply to above. ylll WALLPAPERS from Ibd. per Roll, small Vv quant ities supplied at wholesale prices. Pattern books sent free. Write to day stating requirements.—The Wallpaper Stores, Small- brook-street, Birmingham. yl08 SHORTHORN CALVES FOR SALE. Farmcra c<»n have delivered to their nearest stations at very reasonable prices. Bred fr m large framed, deep milking Cowa hy Pure Bret! Bires.—Testimonials from all parts of Wa)es.-Apply, F. B. Gill, Highgate, Whitchurch, Salop. v241 FOR SALE.—Baker's van, harness, and horse, 14 hands; handy springl caxt. Also Phaeton. All in perfect condition. Sole reason for sell- ing, replaced by motor van.—Apply, Francis Morris, Sb. AnneVsquure, Bar- mouth. ,?'ii4.; MORANNEDl). Towyn, Merioneth.—For 1 sale, immediately, freehold detached house; 3 entertaining, 5 bedrooms 3 attics, usual offices, garden near beach. -E v,-tns. y313 NOTICE. n.AVID WILLIAMS, St. Jaaies'a-square, Aberystwyth, buyer of Scr&p, W rouixl:' Curt Tro», Copper, 'iJram;, Land, Zinc, Hemp, uld WardUa Rones, Canvtis, rAwte. Horse (Jfir, 'l:lJ Hahbit Wkrins, }\1Ií. net prices given. U77 NOTICE. I L Q u n A m Is Aberystwyth, Want Wrauskt and Caet Iron Scrap, Olo/Machinerr, Jrroa, Copper, Zirc, Pewtor, Hemp ena villft, Koyes. IC^nvos, &c. Gsod prines (Yen, any lluFnlBy. h830 SALES BY AUCTION. I MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS SALE FIXTURES. February 5tb-Llanidloes. Sale of Household Furnishings and Effects in the Public Rooms. February llth-Aberystwyth. Sale of the Free Fully Licensed Hotel known as the Belle Vue, on the Premises. -February 12th-Machyolletb. Sale of the Freehold Property kuown as the White Horse Hotel. February 18th—Kerry. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Cefnymynech, Kerry, by order of Mrs Chandler. February 2let-Vanidloes. Monthly Sale of Fat and Store Cattle in the Trewythen Sale Yard. February 21st-Llanidloeis. Sale of Small HoldiDg.t, situate in the parish of Llan- I idloes, at the 1 rewythen Arms Hotel. February 21th-Newtown. Sale of Household Furniture and Effects, also Poultry, at the Mart, High Street. February 26th-Sale of Household Furniture ant, Effeetp, at the Market Hall March 2a<i—Aberystwyth. Second Periodical Sale of Fat and Store Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, in the Smithfield. March tOth-Llanbryiarnair. Sa,e of the whole of the Va'uable Live and Dead Farming Stouk at PlasrhiwsaiBon, by order of Mr Lewis Pugh. Early in Aliiret)-Tregynon. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at New House by order of Mr John Williams. Marcn 28th-Llanidloefs. Sale of Fat and Store Cattle at the TreAythen Sale Yard. Eariy in April- Li adbryumair. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock at Pentrecelyn by order of Mr Francis yll5 ABEKYSTWYTH SaliTHFlELD. On MONDAY, February 2nd, 1914. MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS will ofL-r for Sale a number of CARRIAGES Including a Mulliters First Grade Ralli Car equal to new. American Gig in good crder, &c. SALE AT 2 O'CLOCK yl43 ABERYSTWYTH. VALUABLE OLD-ESTABLISHED LEASE- HOLD FULLY-LICENSED FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL, MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS are favoured with instructions to offer for Sale upon the Premises, On Wednesday, February UtA, 1914, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, THE WELL-KNOWN MARINE HOTEL occupying a Commanding position in the centre of the Marine Esplanade, In the popular Seaside Resort of Aberyrit. ytki, and ktiown as BELLE VUE HOTEL There is iu connection with the Hotel a Public Bar and Vaults with entirely separate entrance. Good Stabling, Motor and Carriage Accom- modation, including Stabling for 13 horses, coach and motor house,' harnefis room with lofts over. A portion of the stabling is at present let off at a rental of f-30 per annum. The HOTEL occupits an exceptionally fine position, commanding magnificent Sea Views, overlooking the Pier, and near the centre of the best business part of the Town. Possession will be given on completion of the purchase. For further Particulars and Qrdtrs to View apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Abeiystwyth and Newtown, or MESSRS. ROBERTS & EVANS, Solicitors, Aberystwyth. MACHYNLLETH, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. TO BREWERS, HOTEL KEEPERS, PRIVATE INVESTORS & OTHERS. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th, 1914, at three o'clock in the afternoon —BY— —BY— MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS all that Olu-Established* Fully Licensed and recently Re-erected FAMILY AND COM- MERCIAL HOTEL known as THE WHI1E HOP E HOTEL, centrally situated in the excellent Market Town of Machynlleth, together with the YARD and STARLING for 30 Hors-@ also, the Com- modious BUSINESS PREMISES adjoining known as No. 44, MAENGWYN STREET, for many years iu the occupation of Mitia Davies as a Drapery and Millinery Establishment, and FIVE WELL.TENANTED COTTAGES sit- uated and known as Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11 & 12, Whitehorse Terrace For furthf r particulars apply to Messrs WILLIAMS, GITTINS & TAYLOR, Solicitors, Newtown, or the Auctioneers at their Offices-Ne"t,wn and 4berystwyth. y95 ABERYSTWYTH.—For sale, a good class Boarding House with excellent con- nections; low rental; furniture at valua- tion situate on the Marine Parade.—Apply to Cooke Bros and Roberts, Estate Agents, Aberystwyth. yl FOR SALE, all that Commodious Shop and 1] Dwelling House, known as Oxford House, North Parade, Aberystwyth, contain- ing Shop with Sitting Room and large work- shop behind 2 Reception Rooms 4 Bedrooms Bath Room (II. & C.); and the usual Domestic O.fflees.-For further particulars, apply to Messrs Cooke Bros, and Rpberts, Aber- ystwyth. y80 AERATED WATER WORKo. FOR SALE AS A GOING CONCERN. fTIHE Old-established Aerated Water _i_ Works situate in St. James' Square, Aberystwyth, for many years carried on by Mr David Edwards. Further particulars may be had on applica- tion to the Trustee, Mr A. S. Cooke, Messrs Cooke Bros, and Roberts, Auctioneers, ABER- YSTWYTH aRd Newtown. y84 COOKE BROS & ROBERTS, F.A.Ii" Etc. Agricultural and General Auctioneers, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents. OFFICES :-Old Post Offioe Chambers, Aber. ystwyth also at Towyn, Barmonth, Dolgelley az!4- Newtown. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President- Sir JOHN WILLIAMS, Bare., M.D., G.C.VO Principal— T. F. ROBERTS, M.A., (Oxon), LL.D. (Vict.) Students are prepared for Degrees in Arts, Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law, and Music. Sessional Composition Bee in Arts, £ 12; in Science, £ 16; Registration Fee, £ 1- Men Stu- dents reside in registered lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel-—V^arden: Mr C. R. Chappie, M.A. (Lond.) 'Women Students reside i-n the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women—Warden: Miss E. A. Fewings.-For full particulars respect- ing the General Arts and Science Depart- ments, the Law, Agriculture and Day Training Departments, the Department for the Training of Secondary Teachers, and the Hostels, apply to J. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. WALTER LLOYD JONES, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, BEGS TO ANNOUNCE that'he I open to conduct Sales of Prcpeity. #Urnifcnro and Farming Stocfc, &o., on reasp.iiable trm9. Prompt settlements xuaranteed. inquiries invited from tho AUCTIONEER, King Edward Street, Barmouth, or from Mt JOHN HOBERIS, RipoD Houae. SALES BY AUCTION. TALYBONT STOCK SALEF MR JOHN PUGH will conduct a STOCK SALE at the Black Lion Hotel Field, on FRIDAY, February '21 lh, 1914 (Talybont Fair Day). Fifty en'ries have already beeu received' and the AUCTIONEER will be pleased to hear from Farmers with their eetries. yE18 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. CWMYRHAIADR FARM, MACHYNLLETH MESSRS. GILLART & SONS are instrbct-d -LYi- by MrG. J. Evans (who is leaving) Sell br Auction EARLY IN MARCH, the excellent FARMING STOCK. Further particulars in dne course. y208 SALES BY David Roberts and Son, CORWEN AND DOLGELLEY, FRON ARRAN, DOLGEJLLEY. MESSRS. DAYID ROBERTS & SON beg to annouoc th ir instructions from Mr Tom Parry, who is leaving, to Sell by Auc- tion on the Premises at Fron At ran, Dolgelley, On WEDNESDA Y, February llth, 1914 (and following day if necetsary), the whole of the excellent* HOUSEHOLD FWRNITVRE being the contents of Kntrance Hall, 3 Reception Rooms, Bedrooms. Kitchen, &c.. and including valuable items in OLD OAK and MAFJOGANY, vizMahogany Hat and Umbrella Sund( Antique Oak Settle, Antique Oak Leaf and other Tables, Antique 0*k Cabinet, Chippeu- dale 2 tier Corner Cupbcards. Qu.n Anne Chair, Otk Panel Cnpbcards, Oak and Mtho. gaoy Escritoire Bookcase, Oak Corner Cup- boards, Grandfather Clock, 3 Oak Panel Chests, 3 Antique Oak Dressers and Shelves, Antique Mahogany Chests of Drawers, Dining Hoom, Drawing Rorm and Bedroom, Appjintmenta, Quantity of Antique China and Glass. Sea. &c.. together with Contents of Greenhouse, Garden Requisites and Out door Efieett, Sale at 1 o'clock prompt. r196 PORTMADOO. SALE OF A FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE. Mk H. ROBERTS, has been instructed to sell by auction at the ROYAL & COMMERCIAL, HOTEL, PORTMADOC, on Friday, FEBRUARY the 13th, 1914, subject to conditions, all that Freehold Dwelling House, 40, MADOC SlREET, PORTMADOC. The House coDtains on the Ground Floor: Hall, 2 ParlourB, Kitchen, Pantry, Scull,ry, (oil House. W.O., Garden and Back Entrance. First floor: 4 Bedrooms, and Attic on 2nd Floor. The house is in a good state of Repairs, and immediate possession can be given. Sale to commence at 2 30 p.m. Particulars may be had from J. Jones- Morris, Esq., Solicitor, or the Auctioneer, both of Portmadoc. The H-. use may be viewed at any time. The key may be had from Mr W. H. Evan*, Draper, Hih Street. y 1 S4 IMPORTANT TO SHIP OWNERS, MASTER MARINER;, AND OTHERS. MR. H. ROBERTS hat received iu- structioas to Sell by Public AacJtion at THE NEWSROOM, CORN HILL, PORTMADOC, On Tuesday, the 17th February, 1914. At 2 30 p.m. As she now lies at Portmadoc with all faults and subject to conditions to be then and there read, THE IRON PADDLE STEAM TUG "WAVE OF LIFE," Of Carnarvon. Registered Tonnage-GroBs 102, Net 6. Built at Newcastle-on-Tyne by Messrs. T. Hepple & Co.. in 1872. Length, 913 Breadth. 17-9 Depth, 9 2; Draft of Water, 6-3. Fitted with 2 side lever riiscoDnecting Engines dia- meter of Cylinders, 261 inch. by 45 inch. stroke N.H.P. 50. New Boilers, 1892. For further particulars apply to the Auction- r eer, at Pensyflog, Tremadtc, or to Messr*. Pr chard Bros. & Co., Ship Brokers, Port. madoc. y209 MR. JOHN PUGH, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, Arbitrator under Agricultural Holdings Act, Great Darkgate Street, Aberystwyth. Undertakes Saleb of all kinds of Property, Farming Stock, Furniture, icc., upon reasonable terrr-c Strict attention given to all business "and prompt settlement guaranteed. Will attend personally at Aberystwyth on Mondays and Thuredays and by appointment on any other day* Oftices-Abevrstwyth: Great Darkgate Street. Machynlleth Maerigwjn Street. TENDERS. TO BUILDERS. rrEN DEllS are invited for the con- JL struction of a Rifle Range and works con- nected therewith at Penychain, near Afonwen, for the Carnarvonshire Territorial Force As3o cia ion. Drawings and Specification may be seen at the Offices of the Architect, Mr E. Evans, 8, Castle Street, Carnarvon, and at the Office of Colour Sergf an,, Instructor Rose, The Armoury, Pwllheli. Tenders must state the period counting from 28th February the contractor requires to com- plete the works. Sealed Tenders to be sent in to the under- signed on or btfore Thursday, February 19th, 1914. The lowest or any tender not secessarily accepted. R. RANSOME, Capt, yl54 Secretary. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are invited for building a House at Towyn for H. Haydn-Jones, Esq., M.P. Ihe plans, specification and further parti- culars may be obtained on application to the Architects, Messrs DEAKIN & HO WARD-JONES, M.S. A., Plas Yriys, yl93 Borth, R.S.O. TO BUILDERS. THE King Edward VII Welsh National Memorial Association invites tenders for building a Tuberculosis Hospital at Newtown, Montgomeryshire. The p-fans, specification and further particulars may be obtained on application to the Architects, Messrs DEAKIN & HOWARD JONES,M.S.A., Plas Y nys, yl94 Borth. R.S.O. TO BUILDERS & CONTRACTORS TENDERS are invited for the erection of a New Chapel at Nebo, near Llanon, Cardiganshire, according to the plans and speciftcition which are to he seen at Panty- celyo, Cross Inn, Llanon. Sealed aud endorsed tenders are to be a on or before Wednesday, February 25th, .fe to Mr D. Lloyd, Adsolwen, Llanon, A<fi /? ystwyth. 1 The lowe t or any tender will not necessary be accepted. or D DAVIES & SON, Architects, Penrhiwllan, Henllan, S.O., Cards January 24th, 1914. yl69 SAI.F.B BY AUCTION. FOR SALE AS A WHOLE OR IN LOTS. NORTH WALES. The Valuable Freehold Sporting & Agricultural Property, THE CREINI ESTATE, BALA, Comprising— 21 FARMS, Grouse Moor, Lake, Cottages and land, extend- ing in all to about 2,200, ACRES, producing nearly L900 per annum, Also Valuable Freehold properties known as Tw.B BULL INN, IVY HOUSE & IVY COTTAGE, and a well plac-d BUILDING SITE, situate in High Street, Bala. MESSRS MILLAR, ON & CO., will Sell the above by Auction, at the Assembly Rooms, Corwen. on FRIDAY, 20th FEBRUARY, 1914, at 2 o'clock. Particulars of Messrs. Burgess, Taylor & Tryou, Solicitors, 1, New Square, Lincolns Inn, W.G., and of the Auctioneers, 46, PALL MALL, LONDON, S.W. y40 53, HIGH STREET, PWLLHELI. SALE OF BENT STEEL SAFES. MESSRS. ROBERT PARRY & SON have bien instructed to Sell by Public Auction at the above place. On Wednesday, February Ilik, 1914, a valuable consignment of 15 BENT STEEL SAFES, From 20 in. to 3 feet high. fitted with loose shelves, movable partitions, best lever locke, and all the latest and most modern improve- ments. These safes are direct from the makers :— Messrs. Samuel Withers & Co., Ltd. (!ate George Withers & Sons), Estd. 1843, Westi Bromwich, the original and sole makerB of the Celebrated Withers'Safes.' Further references and testimonials on cata- logues, which may be had from the Auctioneers, 5, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. Terms-Cash. 5, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. yl77 PGBUO NOTICES. MANOR OF MAWDDWY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the COURT LEET Court Baron, and View of Frankpledge of and for the above Manor, and for the City and Borough of Dinas Mawddwy for Michaelmas, 191?, will be held at the RED LION HOTEL, Dina. Mltwddwy, on WEDNESDAY, llth FEBRUARY NEXT, at one o'clock in the oftemoon, where and when all Jurorv, Constables, Homagers, and others vtno owe sait and servica ate required to attend. D. OSWALD DAVIES, Dolgelley, Steward. Feb 3rd, 1914, y 195 BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. LOANS REQUIRED. By the Aberystwyth Corporation Act, 1913, the Corporation are empowered to raise certain sums of money on mortgages charged upon all the Revenues of the Corporation, iucluding the Local Kates, and they are now prepared to receive Loans of JE50 and upwards repayable at any time on Six Month's Notice on either side. Interest at 3:1 per centum per annum, pay- able half-yearly. Further particulars may be obtained from, and offers of Loans made to, the Borough Accountant, Corporation Offices, Smithfield Road. • JOHN EVANS, Deputy Town Clerk. Town Clerk's Office, Aberystwyth, 17th December, 1913. Be MRS. CATHERINE NEWBERY, SANDCROFT, TOWYN. ANY PERSONS having Claims sgainft the above, will please send same to us on or before Tuesday, the 10th of February, 1914. SMITH, DAVIES & EVANS, Aberystwyth. yl49 Solicitrs for the Executors. TO ALL WHOM THIS MAY CONCERN. T MORGAN JONES, of No. 5, Brynbedw, j Tyloratown, in the County of Glamorgan, HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I am not and will not henceforth be responeiib e for any debts inenrrred by my wife, Kate Jones, now resident at New Row, Ponterwyd, near Aberystwyth. Dated this 2let day of January, 1914. MORGAN JONES. WITNESS to the sigQRtore of sigQRtore of Morgan Jones, J Jones Pughe, Solicitor, Pontypridd. yl59 MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. TO CONTRACTORS. 'T1HE Merioneth County Council hereby A. invite tenders for the Rolling and Maca- damising of the Rural Main Roads in the County. Particulars, Conditions and Specifications,&c., may be obtained on application to Mr E, Vaughton, County Surveyor, Arthog, Dolgelley, on payment cf JE1 Is. Od which will be returned on receipt of a bona fide tender. The County is divided into four districts, and each person tendering may tender for each of the four diatricta separately, or for the Edeyrnion and Penllyn Districts together, or for the Har- lech and Dolgelley Districts together, or for the County as a whole, but persons tendering for more than one district must send in separate tenders for each district. As it has not been decided whether the Contract will be let for a period of 2 or 4 years, each person tendering must send ib two Schedules of prices to cover each of those periods in respect of each district. Tenders must reach me not later than 10 a.m. on the 23rd February next, and should ba addressed to me at my Office at Portmadoc, marked "Main Roads Tender." The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. DAVID BREESE, Clerk to the County Council. Portmadoc, 20th January, 1914. y PWLLHELI UNION. MACHYNLLETH UNION. I the Undersigned, hereby give Notice, j that the AUDITS for the half year ended on the 30th day of September, 1913. of the Accounts cf the above-mentioned Unions, and of the several Parishes therein, will several y commence at the respective places and at the respective times stated below PWLLHRLI UNION.—At the Board-room of the Guardians of the Poor of the said Union at Pwllheli, on Thursday, the 5th day of March, 1914, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. MACHYNLLETH UNION.—At the Board- room of the Gnardians of the Poor of the Paid ircion at Machynileth on Wednesday, the 11th v v of March, 1914, at 10 o'clook in the V'Tetoon. I Dated this 30th day of January, 1914 I (Signed). l' J. EDWYN HUGHES, > District Auditor of the r North Wales Auiit District. yl73 4 J.o. METROPOLITAN BANK, (OF ENGLAND & WALES) LIMITED. HEAD OFFICE—60, GRACECHURCH STREET, LOSDON, E.C. COUNTRY OFFICI-BIRMINGHAM. TRANSFER OFFICE—BIRMINGHAM. CAPITAL, £ 7,500,000 in 150,000 Shares of .£50 each. PROPRIETORS' FUNDS, 9980,982. Paid-up Capital, £ 550,000. Guarantee Fund, £ 380,000. Balance of Profits Carried Forwaid, £ 50,982. DIRECTORS: .— FREDK. WM. NASH. Esq., Managing Director and Chairman. RT. RON. THK LORD GLANTAWE, Deputy Chairman. STANLEY BALDWIN, Esq., M.P. W. H. BANKS, Esq. HENRY C. FIELD, Esq. JOHN GLASBROOK, Esq. ROWLAND HILL, Esq. LOFTUS B. MORETON, Esq. F. E MUNTZ, Esq, LORD ERNEST J. SEYMOUR, SIR JOSEPH WESTON-STEVENS. 0.. ,T „ General Manager-F. J. HUGHES. Secretary-JAMES SMITH WOOD. Chief Inspector—JAMES E. AYTOUN. London Manager—A. E. OLD. London Sub Manager—THOS. THOMSON. BALANCE SHEET, 31st DECEMBER, 1913. LIABILITIES. £ s. d. Due by the Bank on Current, Deposit, and other Accounts 11,761,265 19 9 Seven Days and other Drafts 5.184 18 0 Foreign Bills Negotiated, as per contra 56^580 17 6 Bills for Collection, as per contra 132,403 19 9 Rebate on Bills discounted 9,418 1,1 11,964,853 16 1 PROPRIETORS' FUNDS: Paid-up Capital jE550,000 0 0 Guarantee Fund 380,000 0 0 930,000 0 0 Dividend payable 1st February next. 41,250 0 0 Profit and Loss Account balance carried forward 50,982 8 9 ——————— 92,232 8 9 This Statement of Liabilities do-a not include the Bank's im&Tantie of jC14,643 to the Yorkshire Penny Bank. Limited. jE12 987.086 4 10 ASSETS. t s. d. Cash in hand and at the Bank of England 1,348,937 9 8 Cash at Call and at Short Notice 1,900,226 17 8 3,249,164 7 4 Investments, viz. British and Indian Govern- ment Securities £ 723,(00 7 0 Colonial Government Securities, y Railway and Corporation Stocks, and Debenture Bonds 888,396 19 0 ———————— 1,502,297 6 0 Bills of Exchange 920,967 15 8 5,732,429 9 0 Due to the Bank on Current and other Accounts after deducting provision for bad and doubtful debts and contingencies, and including Kington Bank Purchase Account 6,691,425 7 3 Foreign Bills Negotiated, as per contra 56,580 17 6 Bills for Collection, as per contra 132,403 19 9 Bank Premises and Furniture at London, Birmingham and Branches, at cost less amounts written off 436,785 0 5 Zest Bank Premises Redemption Fund 62,538 9 1 374,246 11 4 £ 12.987.066 4 10 Signed on behalf of the Board, FREDERICK WM. NASH. Chairman. F. J. HUGHES, General Manager GLANTAWE, Deputy Chairman. AUDITORS' REPORT. We report to the Shareholders that we have obtained all the information and explanations we have required. We have examined the Securities held against money at Call and Short Notice, and those representing the Investments of the Bank, and have satisfied ourselves of the correctness of the Cash Balances. We have, as usual, visited all the Branches of the Bank, and in our opinion this Balance Sheet is properly drawn up, so as to exhibit a true and correct view of the state of the Company's affairs, according to the best of our information and the explanations given to us, and as shown by the books ot the Company. TURQUAND, YOUNGS & CO., London, 16th January, 1914. Auditors. yl91 PUBLIC NOTICES. CARDIGANSHIRE BATTERY It F.A. • • TRAINING 1913 14. 0. j RIDING DRILLS.—Commencing on Satur- j day, 7/2/14, and will be held on every subse- quent Wednesday and Saturday until further orders (weather permitting). All mounted men are requested to avail themselves of these opportunities to become efficient. GUN DRILL. SIGNALLING, < On Tuesday, Thursday, LAYING and j* Friday, at 73-0 p.m. FUZESETTING. J It is requested that all should attend drills as often as possible. J. C. RE A, Major, Commanding Cardiganshire Battery, R.F. A. P.S.—RECRUITS—At present vacancies exist for recruits. Young men intending to join shonld present themselves at the Drill Hall. Y190 BOROUGH OF ABERYSTWYTH. SHOPS ACT, 1912. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1^1 the Council propose to make an Order that from the let diy of October in every year to the Wednesday next preceding Good Friday in the following year, both iuclusive, the Provisions of Section 4 (,f the Shops Act, 1912, of the Shops Act, 1912 (Borough of Aberystwyth) Half Holiday Closing Order, and of the Shops Act, 1912 (Borough of Aberystwyth) Half Holi- day Suspension Order shall be extended and ap plied to all Shops within the Borough of Aber- ystwyth, in which all or any of the following trades or businesses are carried on, namely The Sale of Refreshments, including tne bui-iness carried on at a Railway Refresh- ment Room. The Sale of Bread and Confectionary. SUBJECT to the following modification, (that is to Bay) that the Half Holiday Closing Hour in respect of all Shops in which all or any of tha said Trades or busineBseR are carried oo shall be 2 p.m. ANY PERSON wishing to make objfetion to the Order or suggestions as to the Provisions of the Order should address a statement in writing to the Town Clerk before tha 28th day of February, 1914. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the occupier of any Shop to be affected by the Order may, on presenting himself at the Town Clerk's Office, Town Hall, Aberystwyth, afore. said, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. on any week day before the atoresaid date, verify that his nam", address, and trade are duly entered on the Register of Shops. Dated this 2Sth day of January. 1914, RJOHN EVANS, Town Clerk's Office, Deputy Town Clerk. Town Hall, Aberystwyth., yl50 CARDIGANSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. FISHERY CONSERVATORS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TB»T at a Quarterly Meeting of the Cardi- ganshire County Council duly convened and held at the Town Hall, Lampeter, on the 28th day of January, 1914, the following were appointed Conservators, viz FOR THE AERON FISHERY DISTRICT-J Councillor E. Lima Jones, Aberayron. Oouticillor John Davies, Aberayron. Mr John Rowland Rhyddcroh House, Llano geitha. Co!. John Vaughan, Brynog, Felinfach. FOR THE WYE FISHERY DISTRICT. Mr Henry Bonsall, Pendibyn, Llanbadarn. fawr. EVAN EVANS, Clerk to the Council. County Council Offices, Aberystwyth, January 29th, 1914. y16g Re JOHN CROKER, DECEASED. Pursuant to the 9talute 22 and 23 Victoria, Chapter 35. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors and other persons having c aim or demands against the estate of John Crcker, formerly of the Sailer's Home," Port. madoe, in the County of Carnarvon, and late of No. 5, Pill Ro.d, Miilford Haven, in the County of Pembroke, Ship Master, deceased (who died on the llth day of May. 1913, and whose Will with the Codicil thereto, was proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of His Majesty'n H:gh Cjurt of Justice on the 13th dy of Novtmber, 1913, by Llewelyn Griffith Llewelyn and Frank Lodge JeffJ, two of the Executors therein named) are hereby required to send in particulars of their debts, claims or demands to us or either of us the undersigned, the Solicitors for the said Exe- cutors, on or before the 1st day of March, 1914. after which date, the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands, of which they shiill then have had notice, and they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof, so distributed to any person or persons uf whose debts, claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 6th day of February, 1914. EATON EVANS & WILLIAMS, 1, Barlow Street, Milford Haven. THOMAS ROBERTS, Masonic Buildings, Portmadoc. Solicitors to the Baid Executors THE NATIONAL PROVINCIAL BANK OF ENGLAND v LIMITED. Head Office: 15, BISHOPSGATE, LONDON, E.C. CAPITAL—Paid up £ 3,000,000 Uncalled 2,300,000 Reserve Liability 10,600,000 Subscribed Capital £ 15,900.000 RESERVE FUND (invested in British Government Securities), 12,000.000. directors. Colin Frederick Campbell, Esq. e Maurice Otho Fitzgerald, Esq. William Henry Neville Goschen, Esq. The Right Hon. Lord Inchcape. G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I., K C.LE. Francis Alexander Johnston, Esq, Claude Villiers Emilius Laurie, Esq. Francis Charles Le Marchant, Esq. The Right Hon. The Earl of Lichfield. George Forbes Malcolmson, Esq. Selwyn Robert Pryor, Esq. Thomas Georcre Robinson. Rtqn Robert Wigram, Esq. u_ Joint (Jgetural ffianagtro. Thomas Estall, Esq. D. J. H. Cuanick, Esq, Frederick Eley, Esq. ohdtor5. Edward Hugh Norris Wilde, Esq. Walter Edward Moore, Esq. BALANCE SHEET, 31st December, 1913. j LIABILIIIES. ASSETS. I CAPITAL:- £ s. d. 40,000 Snares of;075 each, d610 10s. paid 420,000 0 0 215,000 Shares of X60 each, 212 paid 2,580,000 0 0 3,000,000 0 0 RESERVE FUND 92,150,000 0 0 Lest Provision for Depreciation of Investments 150,000 0 0 2,000,000 0 0 5,000,000 0 0 CURRENT, DEPOSIT, and other ACCOUNTS, including rebate on Bills not due, provision for bad and doubtful debts, contingencies. &c. 67,882,422 14 6 ACCEPTANCES and ENDORSE- MENTS of FOREIGN BILLS, on Account of Customers 824,240 7 11 PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT:— Balance of Profit and Loss Ac- count, including £ 91,810 18s. lOd. brought from year 1912 £ 961,985 6 2 Lets Interim Dividend, 9 per cent subject to deduction of Income Tax ( £ 15,750 paid in Aug, last £ 270,000 0 0 Dividend of 9 per cent sub- ject to de- duction of Income ( £ *5,750) payable 5th Feb. next 270,000 0 0 Provision for Depre- ciation of Invest- ments 330,000 0 6 870,000 0 0 Balance carried forward to 1914 91,985 6 2 73, 798,648 8 7 4t, s. d Cash at Bank of England, and atiHead Office and Branches 10,816,205 5 3 Money at Call aud Short Notice 7,400,188 3 9 18,216,393 9 0 INVESTMENTS- C s. d. British Government Securities 6,321,930 3 9 (Of which £ 115,500 is lodged for p u D 1 i c ac- counts) Indian and Col- onial Govern- ment Securit- ies; Deben- ure, Guaran- teed, and Pre- ference Stocks of British 5,871,413 8 7 R a i 1 w a ys British Corp- oration and Water Works Stocks J Canal, Dock, River Con- servancy, and 782,oOo 9 6 other Invest- ments -12,975,849 1 is BILLS DISCOUNTED, LOANS, &c. 41,018,260 0 7 LIABILITY of CUSTOMERS for I ACCEPTANCES, &c. as per Contra 824,240 7 11 BANK PREMISES in London and Country 763,905, 9 3 1 i £ 73,798.648 8 7 M. O. FITZGERALD, ") G. F. MALCOLMSON, > Directors- ROBERT WIiiRAM, .) THOMAS ESTALL, D. J. H. CUNNICK, Joint/ General Afanaaers. FREDERICK ELEY J As certified by the Auditors, Edwin Waterhouse and William Barclay Peat. The National Provincial Bank of Engl and; Limited, having numerous Branches in England and Wales, as well as Agents and Co rrespondents at home and abroad, affords great facilities to its customers, who may have mo ney transmitted to the credit of their Accounts through any of the Branches, free of charge. At Head Office and Branches, DEPOSITS are received, CURRENT ACCOUNTS opened, nd all other Banking business transacted. Copies of the Annual Report of the Bank, Lists of Branches, Agents, and Correspondents, may be had on application at the Head Office, and at any of the Bank's Branches. i — BRANCHES AT Aberayron, Aberdovey, Aberystwyth, Barmouth, Cardigan, Machynlleth, Newcastle Emlyn, New Quay, Newtown, Portmadoc, Pwllheli, Towyn. j AGENCIES AT Abergynolwyn, Aberporth, Abersoch, Crvmmych, Criccieth, Drefach, Dinas Mawddwy, ) Henllan, LhinarUi, Llanbrynmair, Llangranog, Llanon, Llwyngwril, Caersws, Corris, Borth. yl83 MUSIC. Miss Beatrice Davies receives pupils in PIANOFORTE PLAYING AND THEORY OF MUSIC. Pupils prepared for examinations. Apply- MALDWYN HOUSE, MACHYNLLETH Mr. R.GARDINER Land Agent, Valuer, etc., CARADOG ROAD, ABERYSTWYTH Arbitrations, Valuation aud Reports, etc Rtports, etc