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CARMARTHENSHIRE. Parishes of LLMWRDA AND LLANSADWRN. Exceptionally Important Sale of a Charming Freehold Property, Containing nearly 600 ACRES of rich Pasture, Meadow and Arable Lands, and well-cared-for Woodlands, forming an ideal Sporting Estate, overlooking the beautiful Vale of Towv, and most conveniently situated, close to the Llanwrda Railway Station, on the L. &, N.W. and G.W. Rail- ways, consisting of 4 large Freehold Farms. 6 Freehold Small Holdings (from 5 to 40 acres), and a valuable Corn Mill. 4 Freehold Accommodation Fields. 12 Freehold Building Sites, in the village of Llanwrda. 7 Freehold Shops and Dwelling Houses, &c- in ditto, comprising altogether 37 SEPARATE LOTS, Which will be offered for Sale by Public Auction, at the TOWN HALL, LLANDOVERY, on FBI DA Y, JULY 29th, 1910, at 2 o'clock p.m., by WILLIAM & WALTER JAMES (Fellows of the Auctioneers' Institute). Plans, particulars and conditions of Sale may ba had on and after July 14th, from the Auctioneers, 7, Goat Street, Swansea, and Frondeg, Llangadock, or from Mr. LEWIS BISHOP, Solicitor, Llandilo. LONDON WELSH CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. The Annual Excursion will take place on Monday (Bank Holiday), Aug. 1st, 1910, To RUISLIP, MIDDLESEX. NOTE.—"The Pop'ars" Sports Field, Kingsend I'ariii, is situated within ten minutes walk of Ruislip Station, along Kingsend Avenue. Mr. G. T. Weedon, "The Poplars" Tea and Pleasure Gardens, will pro- vide Tea, at 4 o'clock, in a large building in the field. Trains leave Baker Street Station (Metropolitan Railway), every half hour returning from Ruislip, for Baker Street, every half hour. FARE, there and ba-jk, including TEA, Adults, 2s. Children, Is.

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