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f BALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole BRONFFYNON, In the Parish of Llanwnog, 21 miles from Pontdolgoch. MESSES, MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are instructed by Mr John Griffiths, who is leaving, to Sell by Auction, on Thursday Next, March ICth, The whole of his USEFUL FARMING STOCK, Comprising- 5 HEREFORD CATTLE, Including Young Cows close to profit, 8 YEARLING EWES & WETHERS, ACTIVE CART MARE. 16 Couples Fowls, 6 Cwt. of Potatoes, Gears, Farm Implements & Tools, together with a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects. Catalogues on application to the Auctioneers, Chirbury and Newtown. Sale at 1-30 p.m. M317 THE LAKE, CHURCHSTOKE. 48 CROSS-BRED SHEEP, 44 GOOD CROSS-BRED CATTLE, 5 CART HORSES & COLTS, Pigs, an Excellent Collection of Implements and Tools, which will be Sold by Auction by m ESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, On Thursday, March 17th, by order of.Mr Nathaniel Watkin, who is leaving. LLWY DCOED, Aberhafesp, about 3 miles from Caersws, Wednesday, March 23rd. 28 Hardy Cross-bred SHEEP, 24, Well-bred HEREFORD CATTLE, 7 CART & HACK HORSES AND COLTS. Gears, Farm Implements, and Household Effects, by order of Messrs E. and T. Lloyd, who are giving up farming. Catalogues from MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, Auctioneers. CAERSWS STOCK SALES. EXT SALE—Thursday, March 24th. EARLY ENTRIES Solicited, which should be made to Mr D. K. Thomas, Caersws, or to MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE. Offices, Bear Hotel, Newtown, and Chirbury. j — — —■ w MESSES MOERIS, MAKSHALL & POOLE beg to announce the following Im- portant SALE FIXTURES: MOORWOOD, CRAVEN ARATS.-Sale of High-class Farming Stock, by order of Messrs Hayhurst Brothers, this day (Tues- day), March 8th. CHENEY LONGVILLE, CRAVEN ARMS. -Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, for Mr Thomas Haylock, on Wednesday, March 9th. HOPE COURT, LUDLOW.-Unreserved Sale. of Farming Stock, by order of H. W. F. Garland, Esq. (who has sold the estate), on Thursday, March 10th. 18 WELSH STREET, BISHOP'S CAS- TLE.-Sale of Household Furniture and Effects, by order of Mrs Charles Walker, on Friday, March 11th. COSTON HALL, CRAVEN ARMS.- Highly-important Agricultural Sale, by or- det of Mr B. Kemp, on Friday, March 11th. THE HOLLIES, ONIBURY-—Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr William Francis, on Wednesday, March 16th. "t CAUSE CASTLE, WESTBURY.—bale oi Out-door Effects and Household Furniture, by order of Mrs Kinsey, on Wednesday, March 16th. GORNALL, FOUR CROSSES.-Sale of I Live and Dead Faxming Stock, by ° £ (ler P Mr Tredwell, on Friday, March letn. PANT PRITOG, CHURCHSTOKE.-Sale 8 of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr W. P. Hole, on Friday, March 18th. LODGE FARM, BROMMELD.—Sale of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, by or- der of Mr A. C. Fenn, on Friday, March 18th. BROCKTON, LYDBURY NORTH.- Household Effects, by order of Mrs Hotch- kiss, on Saturday, March 19th. I THE HOLT, STANTON LACY.-Sale, of ] Live and Dead Farming Stock, for Mr ] William Meredith, on Tuesday, March 22nd. THE FARM, BtEDDFA, KNIGHTON.- Important Sale of Farming Stock, for Mr S. S. Fisher, Wednesday, March 23rd. MARCHE MANOR.-Sale of Antique Fur- niture and Household Appointments by or- der F. W. Wateridge, Esq., on Wednesday, March 23rd. BISHOP'S CASTLE. Monthly Stock Sale on Thursday, March 24th. GOITRE MILL, KERRY.-Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, by order of Mr E. H. Jones, on Wednesday, March 30th. LOWER VOEL, DOLFOR.-Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock and Effects, by order of Mr Rowlands, on Thursday, March 31st. WISTANTOW RECTORY, CRAVEN ARMS.—Attractive Sale of the Valuable Household Appointments, for the Exors. of the late Rev J. G. Swainson, on March 30th and 31st, and April 1st. STREFFORD, CRAVEN ARMS.-Sale of the Household Appointments, by order of W. N. Stokes, Esq., on Wednesday, April 13th. GARTH, WELSHPOOL.—Sale of the whole of the Pedigree Stock and Outdoor Effects, by order of the Executors of the late D. H. Mytton, Esq., on Thursday, I 'April 21st. CAERSWS.—Sale of Fat and Store Stock on Friday, April 22nd. LLANBADARN.—Special Sale of Store Stock on Friday, April 22nd. Other Sales are in course of arrangement, and will be duly announced. Messrs Morris, Marshall, and Poole will ffeel obliged for an early intimation from those who intent favouring the Firm :wIth their instructions. Offices: Chirbury and Newtown, SALES BY AUCTION. I Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole. TOWN HALL, WELSHPOOL. ATTRACTIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD APPOIN I'MENTS (removed for con- venience of sale from Beech House, Salop-road), by order of Mr Wm. Gell, who is leaving the town, On Thursday Next, March 10th, Including well-made Dining and Drawing-room Suites, handsome Carved Walnut Sideboard, Cheff"niers in Walnut and Mahogny, Pianoforte, Oak Linen Chest, Writing Desk, Pictures, China and Ornaments, up-to-date Bedroom Furniture, Kitchen and Culinary Requisites; also a number of useful Outdoor Effects. Sale to commence at 1-30 prompt. Catalogues from MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (321) Auctioneers. Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts. COOKE BROS, & ROBERTS, F.A.I. F.S.I. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS. OFFICES—Newtown, Llanidloes, Aberystwyth and Dolgelly. (75) LLANIDLOES. SALE OF FREEHOLD COTTAGES AND BUILDING SITES, Situate in the Borough of Llanidlces, Wednesday, March 9th, Further particulars may be had on application from the Auctioneers- Messrs. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Llanidloes and Newtown; or Mr. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, (244) Solicitor, Llanidloes. NEWTOWN. SALE OF DESIRABLE COTTAGE PROPERTIES. MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, have received instructions to offer for hale by Auction at the BEARS HEAD HOTEL, Newtown, On Tuesday, March 22nd, subject to conditions to be then read or produced, all those 7 FREEHOLD COTTAGES, Brick built and slated, being Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 Ann Street, in the occupation of Mrs Hughes, Mr Cbas, Rees, Mrs Parry, and Mrs Lewis as weekly tenants at a rental of 1/7; Nos. 2 and 3 Cross- street, let to Mra Beedles and Mrs Astley at the weekly Rentals of 2/9 and 1/7 respectively; also one House in Jaundrell-court, let to Mr J. Shute I at 1/- per week. The whole producing a gross annual rental of £30 6s 8d. The Cottages are all tenanted; and always readily let. Further paiticulars may be obtained from Mr Richard Edward George, Solicitor, Newtown, or the Auctioneers, Newtown, Llanidloes and Aber- ystwyth. 244 CARNO, MONTGOMERYSHIRE. DESIRABLE SMALL HOLDING. MESSRS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, will offer for Sale by Auction at the BEARS HEAD HOTEL, Newtown, On Tuesday, March 22nd, at three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to con- ditions to be then read or produced, all that Desirable Small Holding known as PENYBANK, situate in the parish of Carno, about 2t miles from the Village, comprising a Dwelling House with suitable Outbuildings, stone built and slated, together with about 12 acres of Sound Meadow and Pasture Land. Also a Cottage, with Gardens adjacent, at present untenanted, and known as MINFORDD. Penybank is at present in the occupation of Mr David Lewis at a yearly rental of X12, the tenant paying all rates and taxes. The property adjoins the Lands of Mrs Foulkes and Mr Breese, Gl&nhanog. For further particulars apply to Mr William Watkins, Solicitor, Newtown, or the Auctioneers, Newtown, Llanidloes and Aberystwyth. 246 COOKE BROS. AND ROBERTS' FIXTURES :— March 9—Freehold Cottages and Building Site at Llanidloes. March 12-Timber, Cwm Wood, Aberystwyth. Middle of March—High Class Furniture and Effects, Public Hall, Newtown. Middle of March—High Class Furniture, Bran Wen, Aberystwyth, by order of Capt. Paull. Middle of Ma.ch-Furniture and Effects, Public Rooms, Llanidloes. March 18-Dolrhiew, New Mills, Furniture and Effects, by order of Mr Griffiths. March 22-Freehold Farm and Lands, Peny- bank," at Newtown. March 22-Freehold Cottages, Ann-street, at Newtown. March 23-Sale of a Marine Residence, Ocean View," at Aberystwyth. March 26-Llanidloes Stock Sale. March 26-Sale of Sawn Timber at Llanidloes. March 29-Sale of Sawn Timber at Newtown. March 29—Carriages, Horses, etc., at Newtown. March 30-High Class Furniture and Effects at Towyn. March 31-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Fur- niture and Effects, Brynllwyn House, Trefeglwys. March 31-Freehold Cottages at Trefeglwys. End of March-Farming Stock near Towyn. IMPORTANT SALE FIXTURES I Are in course of arrangement for FREEHOLD FARMS, BUILDING SITES, COTTAGE, and Other Property, I In the Parishes of Newtown, Mochdre, Trefeglwys and Llanidloes. FARMING STOCKS In the Counties of Montgomery, Radnor, Cardigan and Merioneth. Apply to COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Auctioneers, Newtown, for vacant dates. 168 SW OWNERS OF BUSINESSES of any description and in any part of the Kingdom, desirous of effecting speedy Sales, communicate with Messrs. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, Transfer Agents, Newtown and Aberystwyth. (140) SALES BY AUCTION. Mes&rs P. Wilson-Jones & Davis. MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. MESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS have been iui-tructed to remove for con- venience of sale, and sell by auction, a large quantity of supt-rior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, On Thursday, March 17th, comprising 2 Dining-room Suites with Walnut frames; Bedroom Suites and Pairs in Satin Wal- nut and other woods; Grandfather Clocks, Side- boards Brass and Iron Bedsteads; and useful collection of Household Requisites. Full particulars on posters and next week's paper. (330) BERRIEW STOCK SALES. "VTEXT SALE OF FAT & STORE CATTLE, SHEEP AND PIGS, Friday, March 18th. Early Entries respectfully solicited. (332) GWRID, BEfTWS-Y-CRWYN, 1 mile,from Anchor Inn, 4 miles from Kerry. MESSRS P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS have been instructed by Mr Thomas Parker, who is leaving the farm, to Sell by Auction On Wednesday, March 23rd, 20 YOUNG HEREFORD CATTLE, 32 CLUN FOREST EWES (in or with lambs), 4 CART AND HACK HORSES, Implements, Gears, Dairy Utensils, Poultry. Sale at 1 o'clock. (331) NEWTOWN STOCK SALES—Monday and Tuesday, March 28th and 29th. ANCHOR SPRING CATTLE SALE-Wednes- day, March 30th. Other Spring Sales in course of arrangement, dates will be announced as fixed. P. WILSON JONES & DAVIS, (143) Auctioneers. ( Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons. r 8001 HORSES. wiil. Important Alteration of Date. s t NORTH \^ALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS GREAT MAKCH SALES. Tuesday (To-day) March 8th—350 High Class Hunters, Harness Horses, Show Horses, Ccbs and Ponies. Wednesday March 9th—200 Powerful Town Mares 2kildiag8,.16«l to 17-2 h.h. Thursday, March lOth-250 Active Light Lurry Horses, Shire Stallions, Mares, and Fillies and Young Horses. No Sale on Friday, March 11th. Sales each day at 12 o'clock. Catalogues ready. HORSES. HORSES Broken to Saddle and Harness, and to pass Motors and Trains. — Hunters Schooled.—Agent for Shrewsbury Monthly Horse Sales. C. MILLER, (587) Abermule, Mont. OAK CORDWOOD! A LARGE QUANTITY OF FRESHLY SAWN CORDWOOD r BE SOLD JHEAP FOR CASH. APPLY:— DAVID HAMER, RAILWAY WHARF, 1ST 3E "W T Q WIST. SEED GRAIN. All Best Varieties of SCOTCH & ANGLESEA SEED at Lowest Prices. Sample and Quotations on application. PEAS, Etc.—Vetches, Rye, Beans, Maple Peas, Gray Peas, Green Peas. OATS-Newmarket, Potato, Storm King, Waverley, Garton's Cluster, Garton's Abundance, Black Tartarian. BARLEY -Chevalier, Maltster, Scotch Bere. WHEAT—White Wheat, &c., Red Straw Spring. POTATOES-British Queen, Duke of York, Early Puritan, Early Rose (White), Early Rose (Red), Myatt's Kidney, Puritan (Second), Sharp's Express, Bountiful, Factor, Triumph, Up-to-date, Windsor Castle, Duchess of Cornwall, Epicure, &c. GOOD FLOUR at Millers' Prices. FOWL CORN, 100 lbs., 7/6. NEW HOPS AND MALT. Catalogues on application. Bibby's Cakes and Calf Meal. Victoria Dog, Poultry, Pigeon, and Bird Foods. Hadfield Artificial Manures and Fertilizers. DAVID EVANS, THE PEOPLE'S SEEDSMAN, NEWTOWN. ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS, Sickness, Employers' Liability, Burglary & Fidelity Guarantee Risks Insured Against by the RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE CO., CAPITAL (fully subscribed), Cl,000,000 Claims Paid— £ 5,700,000. 64, CORNHILL, LONDON. A. VIAN, Secretary AGENTS AT Aberystwyth-Mr E. J. DAVIES, 23, Nr th Parade. Newtown—Mr J. EDWARDS, Cambrian Railways W"pool-Mr. T PRYCE, Cambrian Railways PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDINAM PARISH COUNCIL. THE LLANDINAM PARISH COUNCIL will .L at its next meeting proceed to appol-it an Assistant Overseer.—Applications to be sent in on or before March 12th, 1910, addressed-" The Clerk to the Parish Council, Llandinam." M294 Mr, A. J. BIBB, FR.C.O., (Organist of Newtown Parish Church), HAS VACANCIES FOR A LIMITED Number of Pupils. TEEMS: Organ and Theory Lessons, 2 Guineas per quarter; Voice Production and Pianoforte, i. Guinea. Candidates prepared for Musical Examinations.—Address Cound Villa, New-road, Newtown. (466) TIMBER. MR. BENNETT ROWLANDS, Estate Agent, Newtown, has the following selected Lots of Timber for Sale by Private Treaty LARCH 2,501 OAK 396 ASH 107 SYCAMORE 27 ELM 18 MAPLE 12 M309 TO REFRESHMENT CATERERS. THE POWYS EISTEDDOD COMMITTEE Invite Tenders for the Supply of Refresh- ments at Caersws on Whit Monday next, May 16th, in the Village Hall. The Eisteddfod Marquee will accommodate about 3,000 people The lowest tender not necessarily accepted. Tenders to be sent to the Hon. Sees. by the 18th of March. Hon. } Rev. D. BASIL JONES, M303 Sees. ) Mr. JOHN MEIRION EVANS. MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. LLANFAIR COUNCIL SCHOOL. _1 APPLICATIONS are Invited for the post of CARETAKER of tLa above,School, at a salary of .£18 per annum. Applications, in writing, should be sent to me, the undersigned, not later than the 19th March next. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to Education Authority. County Education Offices, Newtown. 25th February, 1910. (255) TENDERS. TENDERS ARE INVITED TO SUPPLY JL the Montgomeryshire Yeomanry, during Aniaual Training Period, 26th May to 9th June, 1910, at Newtown (Camp situate about quarter of a mile from the Railway Station) I.-For Food Supply, estimated at 450 meft, Butter, Sausages, Bacon, Eggs, Milk, Potatoes, Greens, Groceries, &c. 2.—For Carting Stores 'J&ggage, &c., to and from Station to amp. 3.—For Supplying Canteen with Beer, Aerated Waters, &c. NOTE.-All Tenders to be in by 25th April. Specification and Forms of Contract to be obtained from- THE ADJUTANT, Montgomeryshire Yeomanry, M293 Welshpool. MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. DERWENLAS COUNCIL SCHOOL TENDERS ARE INVITED for laying about 450 ° yards 2-inch Cast Iron Water Pipes, and for Construction of a Masonry-Work Reservoir having a Water Area of 8ft. 7Jin. x 6ft. 9in., and 4ft. depth, as shown in Plan and Specification, with all necessary fittings. Plans and Specifications may be seen at the Education Offices, Newtown, by appointment, and Tenders are to be sent addressed to the Clerk before the 12th day of March, 1910, endorsed Tender for Derwenlas School Water Supply." Applications to inspect plans must be accom- panied by a deposit fee of one guinea, which will be returned on a bona-fide tender being received. ] The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Authority. County Offices, Newtown. 1 26th February, 1910. M272 ( NEWTOWN AND LLANIDLOES UNION, j CONTRACTS. THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS, at their Meeting to be held on Wednesday, the 16th March inst., will receive TENDERS (accompanied by Samples where practicable) for the supply of the Union Workhouse during the Three Months ending Midsummer next, with the following Articles delivered at the Workhouse:— Well-fed Ox or Cow Beef, alternate quarters, per lb. Wether or Ewe Mutton, per lb. Best Suet, per lb. Best Household Flour, per Sack (sample of flour and bread to accompany tender). Best Oatmeal, per sack. Coal (best), per ton, delivered at Caersws Sta- tion, colliery weight; tender to state name of colliery, and colliery ticket to be sent to the Master on delivery of coal. LND WITH THF FOLLOWING ARTICLES FOR SIX i MONTHS ENDING MICHAELMAS NEXT Arrowroot, Currants, Blue, Moist and Lump 1 Sugar, Cheese, Soft Soap (per firkin), Pale Soap 1 )f finest quality (per cwt.), Tea, Coffee (in beans < )r roasted), Tobacco, White Pepper, Cocoa, Bacon, < 3ago, Mustard, Starch and Candles (per lb.), < Washing Soda (per cwt.), Safety Matches (per yross), Best Paraffin Oil (per gallon), Strong Boots and Shoes for all ages and sexes, Grey Calico, Turkey Red Twill, Bower's Best Shirtings, Dress Materials, Flax Sheeting, 72in. x 36in. (per yard), Men's Cloth Coats and Vests, Do. Cord Trousers, Men's Grey Worsted Stockings; Good Oak Coffins, with good plate and coffin furniture, name, age, and date of death on plate (the funeral to be conducted and expenses paid by the Relieving Officer); Indian Corn and Sharps (per sack). Also, for Printing and the Supply of Books, Forms, and Stationery to the Officers of the Union during the year ending Lady-day, 1910, samples of printing to be seen at the Clerk's office. No Tender will be received unless it is on a printed form, which may be obtained on applica- tion to the Clerk, or to the Relieving Officers, and which, if accepted, will be sealed by the Guardians, and constitute the contract. In addition to such contract, the Guardians may require a bond from the contractor with sureties for its performance. Price list to accompany samples. Names of persons tendering not to be written on samples or patterns. 1 The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order of the Board. CECIL T. M. TAYLOR, Clerk to the Guardians. Newtown, 2nd March, 1910. JC298 PUBLIC NOTICES. COUNTY OF MONTGOMERY. SMALL HOLDINGS ACT 1892 1908. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,—That a DRAFT SCHEME has been prepared by the Montgomery County Council, for the acquisi- tion of Penygelli Farm, in the parish of Llanwyddelan for Small Holdings. Information as the contents of the scheme can be obtained from the Clerk and Agent of the Small Holdings Committee. Any objection to the draft scheme is to be sent in writing to the Board of Agriculture and Fish- eries within one week from the date of the publication of this notice. P. WILSON-JONES, F.A.I., Agent to the County Council. Newtown, March 5th, 1910. (327) .1 MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS HEADS. Certificated-Hyssington and Snead C.E. Mistress, X75. Penegoes C.E. Mistress (knowledge of Welsh), £ 70. Uneertificated-A.berhafeap C.E., Mistress, .£60. ASSISTANTS (Female). Uncertificated—PenybontfawrC.E. (to teach Welsh and Sewing), J645. Llangadfan C.E. (Welsh essential), to takok sewing, X40. Darowen C.E. (Welsh essential), X40. Churchstoke C.E., £ 40. Montgomery C E. (2 vacancies), X40 each. Llangynog Cl. (knowledge of Welsh), £ 40. Uwchygarreg CI. (Welsh essen- tial), £ 40. Llandrinio Par., £ 40. Dclfoiwyn C.E £ 40. Llanwddyn C.E. (Welsh essential), .£45. Caersws Cl. (to take sewing), .£45, to commence duties 4th April. Supplementary—Dwyrhiew Cl., .£25. Forms of application may be obtained from m. the undersigned, on receipt of stamped address-(i foolscap envelope for reply. Canvassing, directly or indirectly, a disqualiifcation. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority. County Education Offices, Newtown, March 4th, 1910. M296 MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE. WEIGHTS & MEASURES ACT, 1889. SALE OF COAL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application has been received by the Board of Trade from the Montgomery County Council for their approval of certain BYE-LAWS which the Council have, in pursuance of Section 28 of the Weightg and Measures Act, 1889, made with respect to the SALE OF COAL in substitution for the Bye-Laws made by them on the 16th September, 1892. A copy of these Bye-Laws can be inspected, free of charge, between 11 and 4, at -the Office of the Clerk of the County Council, Welshpool. All persons interested are to take Notice that, twenty-one days after this date, the Board of Trade will proceed to consider the Application, and in the meantime the Board will receive any objections which may be made thereto. (Signed) W. F. MARWOOD, Assistant Secretary. Board of Trade, Railway Department. 5th day of March, 1910. N.B.—Objections should be addressed to the Assistant Secretary, Railway Departmant, Board of Trade, Whitehall Gardens, S.W., and a copy of every objection should at the same time be forwarded to the Clerk of the Montgomery County Council, Welshpool. M300 NEWTOWN PRESENTATION i TO 1 Mr. DAVID DAVIES, M.P. AT A REPRESENTATIVE MEETING I 'held at the Free Library, Newtown, on the 11th inst, it was unanimously agreed:— That Subscriptions be invited from Newtown and the District towards a presentation to Mr 1 David Davies, M.P., on the occasion of his Marriage. It was subsequently decided that the area of collecting be the Urban District of Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn that no house to house collection be adopted, but that the Subscribers be requested to forward their Donations to either of the three Banks in Newtown:— Mr G. GRIFFITHS, London City and Midland Bank, Mr J. ARTHUR JONES, National Provincial Bank, Mr A. I. GUEST, United Counties Bank, Or to the Treasurer— MR. HUGH LEWIS, Glanhafren, Newtown. In order to afford every well-wisher an oppor- tunity of contributing, subscriptions of the smallest amount are invited, and in no case must the sum exceed a guinea. There can be but one opinion of Mr David Davies, in the many qualities which he possesses —as a Landlord; Sportsman; an Agriculturist; a Friend and Supporter of every deserving Social and Religious Cause which appeals to him for help; and as a Philanthropist who fully realises the Trust which Providence has bestowed upon 'L:- Law. As Mr Davies is about taking a step which will bring him and his into closer relationship with the people of this district, it seems a fitting opportunity for Newtown to show its appreciation of what Mr Davies is and of what Mr Davies has done-by making him a Wedding Gift—such a gift as will show the wedded pair the interest we have in them; the desires we entertain for their happiness, and for the continuance of all that the name of Plas Dinam stands for. It is desired that all responses to this Circular be made before 18th of MARCH, so as to allow the Committee ample opportunity to make arrangements. Executive Committee: Mr JOHN HUMPHREYS. J.P., Chairman, (Chairman of the Urban District Council). Mr A. S. COOKE, Mr T. PARRY JONES, Mr J. C. GITTINS, Mr EDWARD MORGAN, Mr G. GRIFFITHS, Mr C. W. NORTON, Mr J. ARTHUR JONES, Mr W P. PHILLIPS. Joint Hon. Secretaries: xMr. W. F. RICHARDS, High-street, Newtown. MR. P. WILSON-JONES, (292) Gwynfa, Newtown. LLANF AIR. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.-FOR RIDING JL Saddles and Harness (made on the Premises) go to JOHN EDWARDS, Saddler, Collar and Harness Maker, Llanfair. London Whips, Never Rust" Bits, Sponges, Chamois, Embrocation, &c. Water- proof Knee Rugs. Cloth and Leather Leggings Special Oil and Blacking for Harness. Agent to the Alliance Assurance Co, p366 MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED at once-Apprentices for Millinery W Workroom.-28, Broad-street, Newtown. ANTED- Well-educated Youth as Appren- W tice to the General Drapery one who can speak Welsh preferred.—Apply, David Lewis, London House, Newtown. M312 BOOK DEBTS Purchased, Cash down; any district.—W. Jackson, 26 Corporation-street, Manchester. (139) TO LET, Comfortable Apartments for one or two Gentlemen.—Apply, Box 126,' Express Office, Newtown. WANTED, 25th March, a married Man as Cowman Cottage and Large Garden.— Apply, J. Brown, Stingwern, Berriew. (225) WANTED, 25th March, good all-round Mai as Workman. Cottage and Garden free. —Apply, J. Venables, Jamesford, Montgomery. WANTED, at May next, a good General Workman. Convenient Cottage and Gar- den. A cow can be kept if required.—E. Kinsey, Maesmawr, Caersws. 199 WANTED, at Lady Day, an all-iound Farm Workman, used to all kinds of Stock; good House and Buildings (with or without 5 acres of Grass Land) situated in the centre of the Farm.—Apply, W. P. Hole, Pool Quay, Welshpool. (258) WANTED, a General Workman Cottage and keep of Cow available, Cwmlikey, Llan- dyssil.—Apply, with reference, to T. Vaughan Chapman Henfron, Llandyssil. (260) T AN'I'E D.-A Man and wife able to Milk and f f understand Farm work; house rent free. —For particulars apply, Box 323, office of this paper. WANTED—Two Good Bricklayers at once.— Apply, James Manuel, Builder, Newtown. &NTED-Cook-General, Wages, .£18; also VV Young Girl to assist, Wages, XS.-Apply. Secretary, Montgomeryshire Infirmary, Newtown WANTED, next Lady Day, Workman Wag- goner; Good House and Garden.—Apply, T. Jones, Great We-ton, near Montgomery. (322) S~ TR.AYED (some months ago) to a farm near o Bettws, a Wether Lamb, if not claimed within 14 days will be sold to pay expenses.— Apply to P.C. Davies, Tregynon. (275) STRAYED to a farm near Berriew since the ks 14th February 23 Ewes, if not claimed within 14 days will be sold to defray expenses.-Apply P.C. Davies. (277) LOST, in Newtown, on January 26th, a Diamond Mourning Ring. Finder hand- somely rewarded.—Apply at Police Station. 153 STRAYED to Tymawr, Berriew, about three 8 months ago, a Ram.—Apply to Mr Thomas Evans. If not claimed within 21 days will be sold to defray expenses. (256) PROPERTIES TO LET. ARDEN TO LET.—Apply, T. Soley, Princes- street, Montgomery. M295 TO LET, "The Boars Head" Inn, Welshpool, possession early.—Apply, Messrs Thomas Salt and Co., Ltd., Brewers, Burton-on-Trent. 66 TO BE LET from 25th March—2 Acres of Grass Land situated near The Pines.— Apply, Morgan, Pines, Newtown. M228 rO BE LET, with immediate possession, "Woodside Cottage," pleasantly situated tear Newtown, with Large Orchard and Gardens; ery Compact, suitable for Poultry Farming low ent.—Apply, G. Bennett Rowlands, Estate Agent, Newtown. 234 TO LET, IN NEWTOWN. Commodious Dwelling Houses in Crescent Street. Warehouse in Weir Street. Several Pasture Fields. J For particulars, apply to POWELL & JARVIS, Newtown. GARTH ESTATE. TO LET from Lady-day next—South Moely- garth Farm, containing 148 acres; situate n the Parish of Guilsfield, within 3 miles of Felsbpool.-For further particulars and permis- iion to view, apply to T. S. Collinson, Garth, Welshpool. M302 BERRIEW. TO BE LET, from Lady-Day next, Water Corn Mill, in Good Working Order, with House, Buildings, and 12 acres of Land, situate in the Village; also a Farm, 110 acres, It miles from bhe Village.—Apply, E. Lloyd, The Rectory, Berriew. 220 SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. HAY.—For Sale, Three Stacks, about 25 tons Excellent Meadow Hay, in Lots to suit purchasers.—Apply, Lloyd, Mount Severn, New- town. (310) FOR SALE—Several Tons of well-harvested Hay.—Apply, R Morgan, Snowfield, Kerry. O BE SOLD—About 10 Tons of Well- harvested Hay—Apply, Morgan, Pines, N ewtown. M229 FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, Five Pedigree Hereford Yearling Bulls, of good strain.— Edward Pritchard, Pied House, Garthmyl. (7,56) FOR SALE, an old-established Restaurant and Confectionery business situate in main street, Newtown.-Full particulars on application to Cooke Bros. and Roberts, Newtown. (284) OR SALE—Birds & Eggs (Silver Campines). Noted laying strain and prize-winners. No. 1 Pen at 10s; No. 2, 7s 6d; No. 3, 5s; un- fertiles replaced oz)oo.-Apply, A. E. Griffiths, P. 0, Felindre, Knighton, Radnorshire. M271 OR SALE Eggs from White Wyandotte or Buff Orpington Pens. Noted laying strains. No. I Pens, 4/ No. 2 Pens, 3/- per dozen. Un- fertiles replaced once. Day old Chicks to order. 7/6 per doz. Cash with orders. — George L. 7/6 per doz. Cash with orders. George L. Morgan, Snowfield, Kerry. SEED POTATOES.—25 Tons of the following grown in Scotland, Ireland, Lincolnshire and Bedfordshire Duke of York, Snowdrop, Sharpe's, Express, Sir John Llewelyn, Bedfordshire Kidney, Factor, Bountiful, Up-to-Dates.—Foxall & Co, New-street, Welshpool. x299 TREMYNFA, LLANIDLOES. FOR SALE OR TO LET—This charmingly situated family residence standing on its own grounds on an eminence, containing-Entrance Hall, Reception Roomq, 5 Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Bath Room (h. & c.), Convenient Domestic Offices with excellent water supply; tiso Kitchen and Ornamental Gardens, Croquet Lawn, etc.— For further particulars apply to George Thomas, Esq., Gorphwysfa, Newtown, or Cooks Bros. and Roberts, Land Agents, Newtown. (335) COA-XJS. BEST VALUE at LO WEST POSSIBLE PRICE MORRIS AND SON COAL FACTORS, RAILWAY WHARF & PARK-ST., NEWTOWN Are prepared to quote to intending purchaser for all classes of Coals at lowest possible prices either by the load or truck loads. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. N.B.—Morris and Son having had many years experience in the trade, solicit a trial. 1'16, GENERA L ANNOUNCEMENTS. WELSH LITERARY SOCIETY, NEWTOWN. PROSPECTIVE COMPETITORS Please Note -L that the Date of Entry has been extended to TUESDAY, MARCH 8th. M313 NEWTOWN SKATING RINK. OPEN: TO-NIGHT (TUESDAY) 7-30 p.m. (Coupons) Musical Chairs-Ladies only. THURSDAY. 7-30 p.m Musical Chairs—Gentlemen only, and Tug-of-War— Ladies and Gentlemen's Teams. SATURDAY AFTERNOON 2-30 p.m. Do. EVENING. 7-30 p.m. (326) BERRIEW. R. S. FORBES, ESQ., Director of Agriculture, Will attend a Meeting at the SCHOOL, On Friday, March 11th, At 7-30 p.m., to Address Farmers and others on Agriculture. E. LLOYD, (285) Clerk to the Parish Council. NEWTOWN CRICKET CLUB. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING Will be held at the UNICORN HOTEL On Friday, March 11th, at 6-30 p.m. The Next WHIST DRIVE & BRIDGE TOURNAMENT Has been fixed for April 7th. Tickets now on Sale.—Owing to the great success of the last Drive it is desirable that applications for tickets (limited number) should be made at cnce. ar307 NEWTOWN LIBERAL ASSOCIATION AND WOMEN'S SOCIAL COUNCIL THE ANNUAL TEA & ENTERTAINMENT Will be held in the VICTORIA HALL, On Tuesday, March 15th. I Ticksts-6d Each. Commence at 7 p.m. NEWTOWN CYCLING CLUB. THE TREAT OF THE SEA.SON CINDERELLA DANCE Will be held at The Public Hall, On Thursday, March 31st. Dancing to Commence at 8-30 prompt. Tickets-Is. each. Proceeds in Aid of Carnival Accident Fund. BAPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, NEWTOWN. PRE ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Will be held on SUNDAY, JUNE 12th, 1910. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PREPARATIONS for the University Locals, J- Preceptors, Public Schools, Shorthand Certificate, and Civil Service Examinations. OVER 100 PASSES during the last five years in the above Examinations. Thirty Shorthand Certificates gained since 1893. CAUBBIDOB LOCALS. ALL PASSED. HONOURS. RESIDENT MASTER, UNIVERSITY GRADUATE. Cambridge Local Examination Class now forming Comfortable Home for Boarders. Moderate Terms. i87 T. F..HILES, Head Master. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, ABEB.YSTWYTK (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President: The Right Hon. Lord Rendel. Principal: T. F.Roberts, M.A. (Oxon) LL.D. (Vict) STUDENTS are prepared for Degrees in Arts, tO Science (including the applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Com- position Fee, JB10, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, Al. Men Students reside in Registered Lodgings in the town, or at the Men's Hostel. Warden Prof. J.W. Marshall, M.A. Women Students reside in the Alexandra Hall of Residence for Women. Warden: Miss E. A. Fewings. For full particulars respecting the General Arts and Science Departments, 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. ABERYSTWYTH. PARTMENTS, Board Residence, hot and A cold baths; Well-aired Beds; moderate. Special Terms Winter and Spring months. Central.—Mrs E. Edwards Morris, 21, Portland- street, (formerly Llandinam). (196) PEDIGREE YEARLING HEREFORD BULLS t of Good Strains for Sale. —Apply: W. H. LANGFORD, Chirbury, (160) (Nearest Station,. Moutpmay)