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BEGHSTEIN HALL. Mr. Gwyt)pe Davies (TENOR). yFIRST VOCAL RECITAL (Under the management of Thomas Quinlan), Dext Thursday, June 16th, at 8.15. — Assisted by ——————————— Miss HILDa SAXE (Pianist). Miss 6EINWEN VRies (Elocutionist). Mr. IDRIS LEWIS (Accompanist). TICKETS.—Sofa Stalls (reserved), 5/- and 3/ Balcony (reserved), 3/ Area and Balcony (unreserved), 2/ To be obtained at the Box Office, Bechstein Hall; of the usual agents and of Mr. Gwynne Davies, 1, Portland Road, Finsbury Park, N. THOMAS QUINLAN, 318, Regent Street, London, W., and New York. Telephones r Gerrard 7628 and 9835. Telegrams Orchestric, London." YNYSLAS. near Borth, Cardiganshire. On Cardigan Bay and the South Bank of the Dovey Estuary adjoining the Borth Golf Links; the notable Freehold, Agricultural and Marine Property known as THE YNYSLAS ESTtTE," comprising Five excellent Dairy and Mixed Farms, distinguished as ABERLERRV, TYGWYN, TY. CANOL, YYMAWR, and BRICKYARD (otherwise Ynyslas), embracing fertile grass aid arable land provided with comfortable Home steads; also the very useful Accommodation Holding called MINY- DON FIELDS. Several well-built detached and semi-detached VILLA RESIDENCES, with gardens and premises attached PICTURESQUE BUNGA- LOWS, built of timber in the pretty black-and- white style, and others built of concrete; together with a number of CHOICE BUILDING SITES, with wide road frontages, close to beach and com- manding fine marine views, wh ch are to be sold free of all building restrictions. The. above-mentioned Property, extending to an area of about 633 acres, will be offered FOR SALK BY AUCTION, in 25 Lots, by ESSRS. GILLARD & SONS, at the CAMBRIAN HOTEL, BORTH, On WEDNESDAY, 22nd JUNE, 1910, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon. Particulars, Plans and Conditions of Sale may be obtained from the Auctioneers, Machynlleth; or Messrs. SMITH, DAVIES & EVANS, Solicitors, Aberystwyth.

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