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SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Morris, Marshall & Poole IMPORTANT NOTICE. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE beg to announce that they have purchased the Business formerly carried on by MESSRS. P. WILSON-JONES & DAVIS As Auctioneers, Valuers, and Estate Agents at Newtown and elsewhere, and that from this date it will be carried on by them in connection with their present business. A responsible Assistant will be stationed at Newtown, so that the closest attention may be given to the requirements of the Town and Dis- trict, and they confidently hope this arrangement will prove to the Advantage of their numerous clients, who may also rely upon the same personal attention as hitherto. Chirbury, Shropshire, June 9th, 1910. M720 REMOVAL OF OFFICE. I MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE beg to announce that in future their NEWTOWN OFFICES will be on the (premises of Mr Nash, Chemist, No. 48. Broad Street, opposite the Bear Hotel, and that the Clerk in charge up to July 1st is Mr W. S. Stanley. Chirbury, Shropshire, 17th June, 1910. (752) CAERSWS STOCK SALES. Friday Next, June 24th. Upwards of 100 FAT AND SfORE CATTLE, Including 10 Ripe Fat Bullocks, Heifers and Cows. from D. Davies, Esq., M.P., 7 ditto from Mr Griffiths, Dolwen, 8 grand 211-year-old Bullocks, from Mr Tudor, Rhydycarw, and numerous jailer lots of well-bred Bullocks and Barrens, Yearlings, and Cows and Calves; also about 350 WETHERS AND LAMBS. Further entries solicited up to time of sale. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE, (6944 Chirbury and Newtown MONTGOMERYSHIRE. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES comprising:— The Three Hill FARMS known as BRYNCOCH, BRYNEITHINIOG, & TYBACH, adjoining each other, and lying well together in the Township of Llyssyn, about -two miles from Carno Railway Station. J"f. The Desirable Upland FARM called WAENLLYFNANT, and the Compact and well situated FARM called LLETTYDERRIN, Both in the Parish of Mochdre. Also, the Desirable Small HOLDING called LLUAST CEFNRYTH, Situate near Brynhelig, on the borders of the Parishes of Llandinam and Penstrowed; each 1Vith their suitable DWELLING HOUSES & Ou'r- BUILDINGS, the whole embracing an area of 204 ACRES, 0 ROODS, 17 POLES, or thereabouts. MESSRS. MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE are favoured with instructions to submit these Valuable Properties for Sale by Auction at the BEAR HOTEL, NEWTOWN, On Tuesday Next. June 28th. Sale at 3 o'clock. Further particulars may be obtained from the AUCTIONEERS, Chirbury and Newtown, or Mr WILLIAM WATKINS, (675) Solicitor, Newtown. NEWTOWN ANNUAL WOOL SALE Thursday, July 7th. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL & POOLE solicit further entries for this important Sale Sheets forwarded fiee on application to Newtown Office, or Chirbury, Shropshire. (724) Messrs Barber & Son. WELLINGTON, SHROPSHIRE. THE 51st GREAT ANNUAL SHROPSHIRE WOOL SALE, Wednesday, June 22nd, 1910. JE3 Gs. Od. in Prizes for best lots of Washed Wool This Sale is attended by all the leading Mer- chants and Manufacturers in the Kingdom, and the American, Market will be well represented. Sheets sent free to nearest Railway Station. Entry forms may be obtained from Mr W. W. VENABLES, Representative for Montgomeryshire, or BARBER SON, Auctioneers. Wellington, Shropshire. (553) TO FARMERS & STOCK-KEEPERS. ENGLISH YEAST, 25 per cent. stronger than any other. IMPORTANT REDUCTION IN FLOUR. SOUND, GOOD, FAMILY FLOUR At 26}6 per Sack (280 lbs.) for Cash! All Other Stuffs proportionately Cheap. Turnips. -Devonsh irt- Grey Stone, Green Top Yellow, The Tankard, Day's High-bred, Pome- ranian, etc. FOB STOCK. English Cleaned ^Linseed, Chilian Cleaned Linseed, Groats, Pinhead Scotch Oatmeal, Medium Oatmeal. Fine Oatmeal for Calves. BlBBY's Cakes and Feeding and Calf Meals at Bibby Prices. BOVINE, Victoria Dog, Poultry, Pigeon and Bird Seeds. New Hops and Malt. Best Devonshire Trussed Hay. HATFIELD'S ARTIFICIAL MANURES. DAVID EVANS, People's Seedsman, NEWTOWN. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs Cooke Bros. & Roberts. COOKE BROS,& ROBERTS, F,A.I. N.D.A. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS. OFFICEs-Newtown, Llanidloes, Aberystwyth and Dolgelly. (75) MARKET HALL, NEWTOWN. On Friday, June 24th. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS JJ'JL have received instructions from a lady who is leaving the district and others to Sell by Auction, as above, a Large Quantity of HOTJSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Comprising the Contents of Entrance Hall, Three Reception Rooms. Four Bedrooms, and the Domestic Offices, including- THE HALL FURNITURE in Oak and Mahogany, viz., Oak Hat and Umbrella Stand, Oak Settle, Oak Chest, Grandfather Clocks in Oak Cases, Engravings, Pictures, and Oil Paintings. a_r. THE RECEPTION ROOMS' Ai^ruuN XMJ&JN is including-Suites in Mahogany and Walnut up- bolstered in Roan Leather and Saddlebags, Telescope Dining Table, Mahogany Folding Table with club feet, Walnut Overmantel with bevelled plate glass back, Sewing Machines by Singer, Handsome pianoforte in Walnut case, Occasional and other Tables, Fenders and Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Inlaid Mahogany Drawing Room Suite, Walnut Sibeboard with bevelled plate glass back, Marble Clock and Side Orna- ments, Mahogany Chairs upholstered in Leather, China Cabinets, Book Shelves, Music Racks, Art Centre Corpets, Axminster Hearthrugs, Orna- ments, etc, etc. THE BEDROOM FURNISHINGS, viz, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Wire Mattresses, Wool Overlays, Down Feather BedEl, Inlaid Maho- gany Bedroom Suite comprising Hanging Ward- robe, Dressing Chest with glass attached, Wash- stand with Marble Top, and 2 chairs; Sets of Toilet Ware, Toilet Glasses, Pairs of Mahogany, Bireh, Walnut, and Painted Toilet Tables, Toilet Glasses, Cane-seated Chairs, Bamboo and other Tables, Pedestal Commode, Well-made Oak Chest of Drawers, Mirrors, Pictures, Towel Rails, &c.,&c. THE DOMESTIC OFFICES Contain Deal Tables, Chairs, Cupboards, Meat Safe, Mangle, Sets of Dinner, Tea and Breakfast Ware, Sundry Ware, Cutlery, and E. P. Goods, &e. On View Morning of Sale.. (734) Sale to Commence at 1-30 p.m. I On Saturday, June 25th, LLANIDLOES SALE YARD. MES8RS COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS will condaot their Monthly Sale of FAT AND STORE CATTLE AND SHEEP. Sale to Commence at 10-30. (7;5-) PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. SALE OF A NUMBER OF SMALL HOLDINGS, situate in the Parishes of Llanwnog and Trefeglwys. COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (736) Auctioneers. MONTGOMERYSHIRE. SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. HENDRE ESTATE, LLANGURIG, comprising 1,000 acres; UPPER BOLBORO FARM, in the Parish of Llandyssil, comprisiEg 113 acres. Apply to COOKE BROS. & ROBERTS, (737) Auctioneers. GW TO HOTEL KEEPERS, JOB MASTERS, FARMERS, TRADESMEN & OTHERS. ABERYSTWYTH. MESSRS. COOKE BROS. & F.A.I., are favoured with instructions from Mr David Phillips, of the Livery Stables, Queen's- road, Aberystwytb, who is retiring owing to ill- health, to Sell by Auction, without reserve, upon the premises, on On Wednesday, June 29th, commencing at One o'clock, 29 HORSES, Well-seasoned and warranted ouiet in Single and Double Harness; 31 CARRIAGES, comprising Charabancs, Wag- gonettes, Victorias, Landaus, Hearses, Dog Carts, Governess Car, &c. 21 SETS of Single and Double Harness, Collars, Head Stalls, Clothing and Sundries. NOTE.—The Horses are in hard condition, in- cluding several matched teams, ranging from 15 to 16-1 hands, suitable for Private Gentlemen, Job Masters, Tradesmen and Others. Catalogues may be obtained seven days prior to Sale from Mr D. Phillips, Terrace-road, Aber- ystwyth or the Auctioneers, at their offices, Old Post Office Chambers, Aberystwyth, or at Newtown c- WOOL SALE. BIRMINGHAM GREAT ANNUAL WOOL SALE ESTABLISHED 1844. THE ANNUAL WOOL SALE will be held at the Wool Warehouses, New Canal-street, Birmingham, On Tuesday, July 12th, for which Entries are invited. OVER 67,000 FLEECES SOLD LAST YEAR. Commission 2i per cent. CASH ADVANCED IF DESIRED. Sheets for packing sent iree. Wool weighed on arrival, and receipt note sent. Terms and any further paiticulars from the Auctioneers. LYTHALL & WALTERS, Bingley Hall, Birmingham or the BUTCHERS' HIDE, SKIN & WOOL Co., 664 Now Canal-street, Birmingham. HORSES. HORSES Broken to Saddle and Harness, and to pass Motors and Trains. — Hunters Schooled.—Agent for Shrewsbury Monthly Horse Salet. Sale*. G. MILLER, (587) Abermule, Mont. SCHOLASTIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. WELSHPOOL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. PREPARATIONS for the University Locals, JL 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. CAMBRIDGE 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, ABEBYSTWYTf (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, 8 Science (including tfie applied Science of Agriculture), Law and Music. Sessional Com- position Fee, Rio, with additional Laboratory Fees for Science Students. Registration Fee, .£1. 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 •T. H. DAVIES, M.A., Registrar. NEWTOWN COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. AN EXAMINATION FOR SCHOLARSHIPS will be held at the aboye Schools on SATURDAY, THE 9TH DAY OF JULY, 1910, at 9-30 a<m., when the following Scholarships (in addition to the David Davies' Memorial Scholar- ships) will be offered for Competition:- 1. FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR BOYS who are and have for not less than two years been Scholars i, any Public Elementary School. These Scholarships consist of total exemption from tuition fees. 2. FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS FOR GIRLS who are and have for not less than two years been Scholar? i any Elementary Public School. These Scholarships consist of money payments of an amount sufficient to cover tuition fees. All the above Scholarships will be tenable for on6 year ondirg July, 1911, but may be renewed on the recommendation of the Headmaster or Headmistress, and are limited to children under the age of 13 on the 1st July, 1910. Entry forma and further particulars may be obtained from the undersigned, to whom all spplicati ns must be sent not later than the 1st July, 1910. MARTIN WOOSNAM, Clerk to the Governors. 1 Newtown. lOthjWe, 1910. M714 MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION v AUTHORITY. TEACHERS, as indicated, are REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY for the following SCHOOLS:— HEADS. Certificated.-Cefnycoed Council, Master, .£90. Hyssington and Snead C.E., Mistress, £ 75. Penegoes C.E. Mistress (knowledge of Welsh), .£70. ASSISTANTS (Female). U ncertifica.ted-PenybontfawrC.E. (to teach Welsh and Sewing), .£45. Llangadfan C.E. (Welsh essential), to take sewing, £ 40. Darowen C.E. (Welsh essential), X40. Churchstoke C.E., JB40. Llangynog CI. (knowledge of Welsh), X40. Llanwddyn C.E. (Welsh essential), X50. Llanllwchaiarn (All Saints'), C.E (to take sewing), £ 45. Llandrinio Par., .£45. Cefnycoed Cl. (to take sewing), £ 45. ASSISTANTS (Male). Carno CI. To take up duty 1st September, £ 55. Form's of application may be obtained from in-3, the undersigned, on receipt of stamped addressed foolscap envelope for reply. Canvassing, directly or indirectly, a disqualiifcation. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority County Education Offices, Newtown, June 17th, 1910. M740 NEWTOWN. PROMPTITUDE, NEATNESS AND GOOD JL Workmanship Guaranteed. Moderate Charges. HARRY HIBBOTT, Undertaker, Joiner, and Carpenter, Weir Street, Newtown. Carpets laid down, Shops fitted up. Removals attended to. Furniture carefully repaired. LOGGING -EDMUND HITCHON begs to C inform the inhabitants of Newtown and District that he still continues to carry on the Clogging Trade in all its branches at Crown Street, Newtown. JOHN A. OLIVER, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist. Appointed Sole Agent by the Manufacturers for Newtown and District of the following Specialities: Messrs Sandorides, Turkish Egyptian, and Virginia Cigarettes; Messrs J. Samuda's Avoca's, Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes also, the World-renowned G.B.D (B'B.B.), and Masta Briar Root Pipes. J.A.O. Keeps a large Stock of Briar and Meerschaum Pipes in Cases, suitable for presentations. All kinds of Tipee Repaired anvl Re-mounted,-Nota Address: 36 Broad-ebt. Newtown. WELSHPOOL. NO BRIDE, NO WEDDING but in addition to the presence of the Bride, no Wedding in the Borough of Welshpool is com- plete without one of A. E. BOND'S Celebrated Wedding Cakes-International Gold Medallist Quality.—Sold at 7 & 8, Broad-street, Welshpool CTYOU WANT TO LOOK WELL AND PROSPEROUS? Of course you do, who does'nt? JOHN JONES, Broad-street, Welshpool, will help you by supplying a well-cut Suit of the does'nt? JOHN JONES, Broad-street, Welshpool, will help you by supplying a well-cut Suit of the best material at a moderate price. JOHN JoNicL- stock of Hats, Collars, Ties, and Gloves is large and up-to-date. If you doubt the veracity of this statement, take the wise man's, advice, Proveall things, and hold fast that which is good," by calling at JOHN Joiqics. Broad-street. Welshpool I LLANFAIR. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS —FOR BIDING 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, Ac. Water- proof Knee Rugs. Clotn and Leather Leggings Special Oil and Blacking for Harness. Agent to the Alliance Assurance Co. -266 LLANDINAM. R SAVAGE, 3B0CEB, LLANDINAM • keeps Thomas Jones A Co., Limited (Livarpool), Teas. The tea for this neighbour hood. Best quality Giooeriee, Provisions, Ac., at lowest prioes. Flour and Corn Merchant. q513 PUBLIC NOTICES. MONTGOMERY COUNTY COUNCIL. THE above Council are prepared i,) receive JL offers for the LOAN of a sum of .£3750 at £ 3 10s. Od. per cent. interest secured on the General County Fund and Rates and Revenues of the County Council. The principal can, at the option of the lenders, be repaid by equal yearly instalments of principal and interest combined (viz: tl,250 in twelve years and Q2,500 in fifty years). The money can be advanced either in one sum, or several, to suit the convenience of intending lenders. Applications for any portion of the above loan should reach me on or before the 1st day of July, 1910. Envelopes to be endorsed loan." GEO. D. HARRISON, Clerk to the Council. Welshpool, 17th June, 1910. (750) MONTGOMERYSHIRE COUNTY INTERMEDIATE SCHOOLS. DAVID DAVIES MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS, Tenable at the County Schools, consisting of full School Fees and Travelling Expenses are offered to Boys and Girls under the age of 14 years. The Scholarships will be awarded on the ordinary Entrance Scholarship Examination which will be held at all the County Schools on Saturday, the 9th July, 1910. For further particulars and application forms apply to GEO. D. HARRISON. County Council Office, Welshpool. May, 1910. 640 FORDEN JOINT HOSPITAL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE AUDIT OF THE ACCOUNTS of the Forden Hospital Joint Committee, appointed by the Forden and Chirbury Rural District Councils and the Montgomery Town Council, for the year ended the 31st day of Mar:?h, 1910, has been appointed by HUGH F. LUCKLAND, Esq., District Auditor, to commence on Monday, the 4th day of July, 1910, at 9-30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Board Room, Union Workhouse, Forden, and that such Accounts will -be deposited at the Office of such Joint Committee, at Arthur-street, Montgomery, seven clear days before the data of such Audit, and be open during office hours thereat to the inspection of all persons interested to take copies or extracts from the same. Dated this 16th day of July, 1910. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Montgomery. M741 FORDEN RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE AUDIT OF THE ACCOUNTS of the above-named Rural District Council and of the Officers thereof, for the iiniC-y^ar ended the 31st day of March, 1910, nas <, iaE/pointed by HUGH F. BUCKLAND, Eszq., District Auditor, to com- mence on Monday, the 4th day of July, 1910, at 9-30 in the Forenoon, at the Union Workhouse, Forden, and that such Accounts will, pursuant to the Locfll Government Act, 1894, and the Public Health Act, 1875, be deposited at the Office of such Rural District Council, at Arthur Street, Mont"; jmery, seven clear day3 before th date of such Audit, and be opf-n during office hours thereat to the inspection of all persons interested to take copies or extracts from the same. Dat. d this IGth dR.yof June, 1910. CHARLES S. PRYCE, Clerk. Clerk's Office, Montgomery. M742 LLANFYLLIN UNION. I the Undersigned, hereby give Notice, that 9 the AUDITS of the Accounts of the above- mentioned Union for the half-year ended on or about the 25th day of March. 1910, and of the several Parishes therein, for the half-year ended the 31st day of March, 1910, and of the Accounts for the year ended the 31bt day of March, 1910, of the Parish Councils or Parish Meetings for the Rural Parishes in such Union and of any Joint Committees appointed in whole or in part by such Councils or Meetings, will commence at the Board-Room of the Guardians of the Poor of theisaid Union at Llanfyllin on Tuesday, the 5th day of July, 1910, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 14th day of June, 1910. (Signed) WILLIAM GRIFFITH, District Auditor of the North Wales (743) Audit District. MONTGOMERYSHIRE MIDSUMMER SESSIONS, 1910, AT NEWTOWN. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the next GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the Peace for the County of Montgomery, will be held at the Public Hall, in Newtown, in the said County, on Thursday, the 30th day of June, 1910, at 10-30 o'clock in the forenoon, at which hour and place the trial of prisoners for felony and misdemeanor will commence, and Grand and Petty Jurors, Prosecutors and Witnesses, must attend. Depositions must be forwarded to the Clerk of the Peace seven clear days before the Sessions, and in all cases arising subsequently, immediately upon being taken. Appeals must be entered with the Clerk of the Peace before four o'clock on the Thursday pre- ceding the first day of such Sessions. HARRISON, Welshpool, Clerk of the Peace. 10th June, 1910. (739) MONTGOMERYSHIRE EDUCATION AUTHORITY. TENDERS FOR WORK AT COUNCIL SCHOOLS. PANTYCRAI (LLANWYDDELAN) COUNCIL I SCHOOL. TENDERS ARE INVITED for works of Im- JL provements and Alterations to the Pantycrai Council School, and for a proposed new Water Supply. Plans, Specifications and Conditions may be seon at the County Education Offices, Newtown, during office hours, on written application being made to the Clerk, accompanied by a deposit fee of JBl Is Od, which will be returned on receipt of a bona-fide Tender. Tenders, marked Tenders for Pantyorai Coun- cil School," to be sent to the undersigned before the twenty-eighth day of June. 1910. The lowest or any Tender" not neoessarily accepted. LLEWELYN PHILLIPS, Clerk to the Education Authority County Education Offices, llti June, 1910. 719 PUBLIC NOTICES. Mr, A. J. BIBB. F R.C.O., (Organist of Newtown Parish Church), HAS VACANCIES FOR A LIMITED *1 Number of Pupils. TERMS: Organ and Theory Lessons, 2 Guineas per quarter; Voice Production and Pianoforte, 1 Guinea. Candidates prepared for Musical Examinations.-Addiess: Cound Villa, New-road, Newtown. (466) NEWTOWN & LLANLLWCHAIARN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. NOTICE. On account of repairs to the Water Mains, the water supply of the town will be turned off each night during the present week, including Sunday next, at 10 p.m. The water will be turned on each succeeding morning at 6 a m. A further notice as to the supply of water, if necessary, will appear in next week's Express.' Turbidity of the water during the effecting of the repairs must be expected. Dated this 20th day of June, 1910. MARTIN WOOSNAM, 753 Clerk. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED—A Good General Servant.—Apply, Mrs A. E. Jones, 1, Bryn Villas, Newtown. BOOK DEBTS Purchased, Cash down; any district.—W. Jackson, 26 Corporation-street, Manchester. (139) WANTED, a Foster-Mother for Foal.—Apply Stud Groom, Llandinam Hall, Llandinam. ANTED,-Strong Errand Boy; regular W employment. Apply, London House, Newtown. M705 WANTED—^n experienced Driver with good references —Apply, Baar Hotel, Newtown. APPRENTICE wanted to the Grocery and Provision Trade; to live out.—Apply to J. Croft Lewis, 47, Broad-street, Newtown. 732 WANTED—A Good, Strong Labourer, only steady man need apply; good wages; permanent job.—Apply by letter only, Box No, 733,' Express' Office. WANTED-Cowman for Park, to live at W Bellan; with or without eight acres of land.-Apply, D. M. Hughes, Park, Caersws. 755 FJ. NASH, M.F.S., Chemist, Newtown, has • a vacancy for well-educated Youth as Apprentice. (746) A PARTMENTS (superior) suitable for two £ JL pleasantly situated; Bath hot and cold.— Box 738, Express' Office. VERCOAT.-Taken from Buck, Newtown, 0 on May Fair-day, a Full-size Dark Cloth Overcoat.—Return: Ostler, Buck Inn, Newtown. STRAYED to a Farm near Berriew, Two Ewes ks and Four Lambs.—Apply: P.C. Lflwis: Berriew. (749) LOST at Newtown on Fair Day {May 31) off the street, a two-year-old Hereford Heifei.->- Anyone giving information to the Police Office, Newtown, ar Mr Rich&rd Bowen, Tynybitfel. will be handsomely rewarded. M7 IX STRAYED to a farm at Trefeglwys since middle of April, Welsh Yearling Wether. Owner can obtain same on giving description and paying expenses, otherwise will be sold in 14 days to defray costs.—Apply, Police. Trefeglwys. M708 tVLRAYEU, to a Jb'arui near Bectws, a Lamo. 5 If not claimed within 14 days will be sold to defray expenses.—Apply, P.C. Davies, Tregynon. SALES BY PRIVATE TREATY. ENTS AND MARQUEES for Hire; Reliable. —Apply, A. H. Pilot, Bank Stores, Newtown. Please note the address. HAY FOR SALE— £ 4 per ton, at Caedio Farm. —Apply, Maurice Powell, Queen's Head, Newtown. (579) "I A1 A TYRES.—No advance; CoversT3/9 lyiU each; Air Tubes with Valve?, 2/6, guaranteed; also Dunlop, Palmer, Clincher Tyres; Wheels, Frames, etc, Makers' Prices. Lists free. —W A. Gorton, Manufacturer, Wolverhampton. "T T7"ALLPAPERS from l*d. per RrilT^ny V? Quantity (large or small) supplied at Wholesale Prices. Our Stock exceeds 250,000 Rolls of all Classes. Write for Patterns and say what class you require.—(Dept. 284), The Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. (101) PROPERTIES TO LET XCELLENT PASTURAGE for 40 Sheep on JDJ Hill until December 1st.—For particulars, apply to P. Wilson Jones, County Land Agent Newtown. TO LET, with immediate possession, House and Shop situate at Nantoer. Newtown; rent, .£.13 per annum; rates paid by landlord.—Apply, J. H. Phillips, 3, Fron Terrace, Newtown. 718 TO LET, with immediate possession, Rose Cottage, Caersws rental £ 12.—Apply to Miss Jones, Crown Inn, Newtown. (761) O LET—An 8 Roomed House in Park-street, Newtown immediate possession.—Apply to Ernest C. Morgan, Incorporated Accountant, Newtown. 717 TO BE LET—From the 1st of May, all that Commodious Family Residence known as "Glandwr," with Stable, Garden, etc., situate on the Pool-Road, Newtown.—Apply to Cvoke Bros. and Roberts, House Agents, Newtown. (411) ROVIDENCE HOUSE to Let, near the JL Village of Mar ton in Chirbury. good roomy House, good Garden adjoining main road; moderate rent; must be respectable and small family (Nonconformist preferred).—Apply Secre- tary, Congregational Church, Marton, Chirbury, Salop. (747) DAVID HAMER Railway Whart, NEWTOWN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN COAL To Suit all Customers, and in Trucks, to any Station. LLANYMYNECH LIME. CANADIAN HAY SUPERPHOSPHATE. BILSTON SLAG. SAWN OAK CORDWOOD. Write for Quotations. EDWARDS'S FOR LADIES' A CHILDREN'S HATS. ALSO, THE NEW WASHING MATERIALS: SHANTUN LINNENE, COLOURED POPLINS, BLOUSE LENGTHS From la lid each. BRYN STREET, NEWTOWN. GENERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. SATURDAY NEXT, JUNE 25th. ROYAL WELSH WAREHOUSE RECREATION SOCIETY (Affiliated to the Amateur Athletic Association), NEWTOWN THE ANNUAL ATHLETIC SPORTS (Under A.A.A. Laws), and Musical Festival (In Commemoration of Sir Pryce Pryce-Jones' Knighthood), will be held on SATURDAY, JUNE 25th Commenicng at 2 prompt. Over 1350 E Prizes PROGRAMME: 12=45—Quickstep From Long Bridge to Lion Hotel 1=0—Grounds Open. 2=0—Sports Commence. FOOT RACES BICYCLE RACES TUG-OF-WAR 2= 15-Band Contest ADJUDICATOR: J. W. BESWICK, Esq., Manchester ENTRIES-ABI^tAMAN ORIGINAL ABERDARE BLAINA LANCASTER BRYNAMMAN FERNDALE PODEN'S MOTOR WORKS GOODSHAW HEBDEN BRIDGE IRWELL SPRINGS PERFECTION SOAP WORKS (CROSFIELDS) WINGATES The First Prize Band will have the option of remaining over Sunday for TWO SACRED RECITALS 15- Mixed Choirs ADJUDICATOR: DAVID THOMAS, Esq., M.A., Mus. Doc. ENTRIES—CEDE WAIN PARTY CWMPARC GLEE SOCIETY CARNO HAFREN GLEE PARTY LLANIDLOES GLEE PARTY MACHYNLLETH MOCBDRE AND DISTRICT PENTRE UNITED 5.0-Male Voice ENTRIES—BEAUFORT MACHYNLLETH MANCHESTER ORPHEUS TREHARRIS ACCOMPANIST Miss ROSA THOMAS. MUSICAL DIRECTOR Mr R. EVANS (Eos Ceredigion), 6=30—Horse Leaping 8=0—Dancing FIRST-CLASS REFRESHMENTS Provided on the Grounds. ADMISSION, IS., AFTER 6 PM., 6D. Grand Stand and Cars, Is. extra. Marquee, 6d. and 3d. extra. RESULT OF NEW BRIGHTON CONTEST, May 21st: -1st Goodshaw -2nd Perfection Soap Works (Crosfield's) *3rd Foden *4th Irwell Spring's 5tb Black Dike *6th Hebden Bridge 7th Nelson THOSE MARKED have Entered for the Royal Welsh Warehouse Recreation Society's Contest, on Saturday next, June 26th. GENERAL ANNOUNCE*I EMS. THE GREAT EVENT OF THE SEASON A GRAND GARDEN FETE AND FANCY FAIR Will be held at PLAS-Y-BRYN (by kind per- mission of Ed. Powell, Esq.), in aid of the NEW COUNTY INFIRMARY On Saturday, July 2nd. THE FETE AND FANCY FAIR will be opened at 2-30 p.m. by Lady Pryoe-Jones. The World-Renowned FUZZY-WUZZIES (under the personal direction of Miss Alix Minnie Clark) will appear in all the latest Comic, Coon and Operatic Hongs. MISS INA OXENFORD (Author of Life Studies in Palmistry, Modern Palmistry, etc ), the Celebrated Character Reader and Society Lecturer will be in attendance, and at 9 p.m. will give her popular lecture, entitled "SHOW OF HANDS." Japanese Trick, Fancy and Fruit Stalls, Fancy Costumes, Bran Tubs and a Treasure Hidden Competition. Tea from 3-30 to 6 p m. THE NEWTOWN SILVER BAND Have kindly consented to play for Dancing. Admission-Tea, entertainment and dancing, Is.; at 6 p. ill., Sixpence. Cheap Return Tickets will be issued from all Stations in the County on the Cambrian line. Char-a-banes, Waggonettes and Motor-cars will convey passengers to Plas-y-bryn from the Ciescent. Contributions of Money. Goods, Refreshments, etc., towards the Fete will be thankfully received by Mrs Edward Poweli, Plas-y-bryn, or Miss ALIX MINNIE CLARK, 70, Clifton Terrace, Newtown. WELSHPOOL. FORESTERS' MUSICAL FESTIVAL & FETE, Thursday, 7th July, 1910. MALE. MIXED, CHILDREN'S and VILLAGE CHOIR COMPETITIONS. —— SPORTS. —- Entries close 30th June. Further particulars on application. W. J: MADDOX, Hon. See, Welshpool, 17th June, 1910. (756) KERRY HILL UNREGISTERED SHEEP. A GREAT MEETING OF UNREGISTERED BREEDERS Will be held in THE HERBERT ARMS, KERRY, On Saturday Evening, the 9th day of July, at 7-30. Business.—"To consider their position in the coming autumn sheep sales." All Unregistered and Cross-Bred Breeders Invited to attend. Kerry, June 8th, 1910. M713 tw;j I A. BREESE, O CHEMIST, THE CEOSS, NEWTOWN, § Agent for BRUCE, GREEN & Co's. co Specialte Sightsaver,' from 2/6 per pair. All sights carefully tested. ? TO CONSUMERS OF COAL JOHN EVANS, Wholesale & Retail Coal Merchant, NEWTOWN, Has arranged for Quantities of Best CANNOCK CHASE, HANWOOD, AND RUABON COALS at Rock Bottom Prices, and is prepared to give PURCHASERS THE BENEFIT. ARTIFICIAL MANURES :-Pure Dissolved lione, Superphosphates Basic Slag, Kainit, A-gricoltural Salt, &c., &c., always in Stock. In Truck Loads to any Station. MARINE STORES. BEST PRICES GIVEN FOR OLD IRON BRASS, COPPER, LEAD, RAGS, BONES RABBIT SKINS AND HORSE HAIR. NOTE ADDRESS:— ISAIAH ARNOLD, THE OLD FACTORY, (Next Door to Davies's Corn Warehouse), Frolic Street, NEWTOWN. NO MORE Difficulty of NO MORE Sleepless Nights. NO MORE Distressing Coughs. 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