CARMARTHENSHIRE AND CARDIGANSHIRE. SALE OF FREEHOLD FARMS. MESSES. DANIEL L. JONES & SON have been instructed by the Rev. D. Gr. Davits, the V icar of Blaenpenal, with the Governors of the Queen Anne Bounty, to Sell by Public Auction, at the ROYAL OAK HOTEL, LAMPETER, On Wednesday, July 10th, 1907 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions to be then produced), All that desirable FREEHOLD FARMS known as PWLLAU CRYNION, Situate in the Parish of Pencarreg, containing by admeasurement 97a. Or. 30p. or thereabout, the Buildings on the Farm comprises of a House, Barn, Stable, Cowhouse, &c., all stone-built and slated. There is an ample supply of water on the farm, both on the upper and lower ground. This Farm is situated within 2i miles of Lampeter Town and Station, and now in the occupation of Mr. Wm Evans. Possession may be had on the 29th of September, 1907 also TANYRALLT UCHAF, In the Parish of Nantcwnlle, containing by ad" Ineasuremeiit 13a. Ir. Op. or thereabout, with Dwell- ing House, stone-built and slated, and Outbuildings good land, well fenced; good supply of water, and close to the Main Road from Talsarn to Llangeitho. The property is now in the occupation of Mr. Evan Davies, as yearly tenant. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Daniel L. Jones and Son, Auctioneers, Esgerhendy, Tregaron, or to the Solicitor, Bounty Office, 3, Deans Yard, Westminster, S.W. Esgerhendy, Tregaron, June 22nd, 1907. CARDIGANSHIRE. PARISH OF NANTCWNLLE- TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty All the Farm known as BRYNLLYN, Containing about 30 acres of arable and pasture land, with good farm buildings and dwelling house all slated. The whole of the Farm is well supplied With water, and is conveniently situated and near to Bwlchyllan, Llangeitho, Talsarn, and Cilcennin. The present tenant is under notice to quit, which expires on the 29th of September next. For further particulars apply to SMITH, DAVIES & EVANS, Solicitors, Aberayron. LLANDILO, CARMARTHENSHIRE. Highly Important Sale of Freehold Family Residence and Land. MR. WILLIAM JONES will offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the CAWDOR ARMS HOTEL, LLANDILO, On SATURDAY, the 20th of JULY, 1907, at 2 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced), all that FREEHOLD FAMILY RESIDENCE known as GLASFRYN, together with 11 acres, or thereabouts, of highly productive Pasture. Land, large Garden Orchard, well stocked with selected trees. The residence is comparatively new, commodious and substantially built; also Outbuildings. LOT 2.—All that FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE known as TALARDDPACH, together with 4 acres, or thereabouts, of rich Pasture Land, Outbuildings, &c. The Properties have a south aspect, and commands a charming view of the beautiful Vale of Towy, situated about 1 mile from Llandilo. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Carmarthen Street, Llandilo, or of JAMES JOHN, Esq., Solicitor, Carmarthen.
Notes and News. "PENCERDD GWALIA" has our sympathy. Another Mr. John Thomas got the title. "Pencerdd" had to be content with con- gratulations. SIR JOHN RHYS is one of the most popular of Welshmen, a dignified scholar and a genial personality that has not been spoilt by success. MR. J. D. REES, M.P., is developing as a Welsh member! Last Monday he was anxious that the members of the House of Commons should be fed on Welsh mutton instead of Canterbury lamb. DR. GOMER LEWIS states that collections after an English service were better than after a Welsh sermon. The Englishman readily admits his guilt! JULY commenced well in Wales. Some of the hill-tops were covered with snow after last Saturday's storm. THE Celtic people in the House of Com- mons are becoming very assertive. After Mr. J. D. Rees' questions on Monday it was decided to press the claims of the following home-made" meats during the coming session. Scotch beef, Welsh mutton, and Irish bacon. England will have to be con- tent with supplying Burton ale to quench the members' thirst. AT the Holywell, North Wales, Police Court, the other day, a one-legged brick- setter named Joseph Matthews, was charged with the theft of a watch. The magistrate sentenced the prisoner to a fortnight's hard labour. The Prisoner: Thank you, Sir. Give me the watch so that I can see the time in gaol (laughter). Lied dda, yn wir A COLUMN of jottings in a Welsh weekly journal is headed Welsh Broth." THERE is a good deal of sympathy between some Nonconformists and the Anglican Church after all. A Glamorganshire journal mentions that a lady Nonconformist who had not seen the dilapidated condition of 'the present iron church at Pontypridd until the other day, was so impressed with the need of better accommodation that she promised the curate in charge a donation of 15 asa" voluntary offering." IN these days of umbrellas and overcoats there is quite a pathos in the following advertisement which appears in a Welsh weekly:— During the sultry weather you should pay a visit to and re- fresh yourself with one of their delicious ices." Delicious ices! It makes us shiver involuntarily. THE Barmouth magistrates are evidently determined to show that there is no special law for the rich and another for the poor. The other day, for instance, they fined the Duchess of Westminster f.,5 and costs for driving a motor car at an excessive speed, and the Hon. Walter Vivian was fined, a similar sum for a similar offence. IF a man strove to conduct a business on strict Christian lines to-day he would soon find his way to the Bankruptcy Court." So remarked a Socialist speaker at Aberdare the other day. But," he added, that was not the fault of Christianity but the fault of the present economical condition. The maxim that prevailed to-day was not Love thy neighbour,' but Best thy neighbour, or he will best thee.' It was the terrible cut- throat competition system that made it so difficult for men to practise the principles of the Sermon on the Mount."