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t 0 9 Bargains for Cautious Buyers in Blankets Flannels, ) I Flannelettes, Sheets, Household Linens. CJ/ucAfozv riij— The Shop that Helps Economists How to Buy Furs. The first thing to do is to come to our Winter Hale, after that the buying part will be easy enough Plenty of Fur- W earing Weather yet I -=-=- HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW MARKET ? Well then, right opposite is THOMAS EDWARDS, who is holding his WINTER < SALE of Drapery, Millinery & Gents' Mercery TO-DAY and during January. I*## GET RIGHT THERE, and secure the best pickings. Everything marked to clear THOMAS EDWARDS (Opposite the Market) Caroline Street, Bridgend -.< Auctioneers' Announcements. gOWRLL WILLIAMS AUCTIONEER. TENANT RIGHT AND HOTEL VALUER,* BRIDGEND. MR. HOW!LL WILLIAMS' ANNOUNOSMINTS. SALE NEXT MONDAY. LLaNTwrr MAJOR. WHITE LION AUCTION MART. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will hold his next Sa'e -f Fat Stock at the above Mart, on MONDAY, JAN. 28th 1907, at 12 o clock noon. Pres nt entries 65 Prime FAT CATTLE. 400 Choice Fat Y E A R LI NGS, I 53 Dairy Fed POKKKKS, BACON PIGS, &c. Also a Nearly-new FLAT WAGON and Set of CART HARNESS. Further early entries solicited. Anctioneer's Offices, Cardiff, Bridgend, and Llantwit Major. 5292 SALE NEXT TUESDAY NEWTON COURT, PORTHCAWL. (Within 10 Minutes Walk of Porthcawl Station, G.W.R.) Important Sale of Farming Stock, Implements &c. MR. HOWE; L WILLIAM? na& been favoured with instructions from Mrs. Mary Wilson (whose Farm has been sdd), to SELL BY AUC- TION. as above, on I ui SDAY, JANUARY 29TH, 1907, the whole of her Live and Dead FARMING ttlOCE, IMPLEMENTS, &c. viz. 6 Prime FAT CATTLE & 1 FAT BULL. 120 Choice F AI Y t Ah LINGS. 19 2-year-olu SiuRK SThERS & HEIFERS. 6 Powerful CAkT BORSES & COLTS. Choice FAT PIG & 1 PORKKR. Also about 200 BUSHELS SEED OATS, and a valuable collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, including 2 N.W. Wagons, 1 Flat Wagon, 2 Carts, 1 Reaper and Binder (Massey Harris), 2 Mowing Machines, (Albion), 4 Wheel Ploughs, 2 Moulding Ploughs, 12 Galvanised Sheep Troughs, Sheep Racks, 2 Turnip Cutters, Iron Drags, Harrows, etc., Pikes, Rakes, etc., sundry Agricultural Tools, aeveral sets of Long and Short Harness and mimetous other effects. Terms-Cash for Fat Stock, and three months credit upon the usual conditions on other Lots. Luncheon (by Ticket) at 11.30 a.m. and Sale at 1 p.m. sharp. Full particulars in Catalogues, which may be obtained of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Bridgend, Card»ff, and Llantwit Major. 5253. MR. T. J. YOKWERTH'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY THE MART. COW BRIDGE. MR. T. J YORWERTH will SELL BY AUCTION, ou WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30th, 1997, a large ttasurtnieni of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, CHINA, &c. Sale at 2.30 p, m. bharp. On view morning of sale, Auctioneer's uffices, Uowbridge. 5278 p Y L E MR. T. J. YORWERTH, will hold his NEXT SALE of Fat Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, at Pvte, on MONLAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1907. Entries solicited so that they may be duly advertised. Auctioneer's Office, Cowbridge. 5276 cowbrihge MARKET. MR. T. J. YORWERTH will SEJ^L ky AUCTION, on TUESDAY, FEHBUAR* bth, 1907, at 11.15 am., 20 Prime F-»T OA I TLE, T,~T>rri?ua 150 Choice F *T SHKEP and PORKERS.^ Farther entries solicited 52J7 DUNRA VEN HOTRL, BRIDGEND. MR. J. T. YORWERTH has been instructed by tho Executors of the late Mrs. Jane Joseph to SKLL hv AUOTIUN, early in February, FOUR LEAttEHOLo DWELLING HOUSES AND GARDENS Situate at Green Street, Bridgend. Further particulars in future advertisements, or may be obtained from the Auctioneer at his Offices, Cowbridge, or of MESSRS. GWYN & GWYN, Solicitors, 5210 Cowbridge. COLLIERY Officials, Mining Students, if you study at home, send for syllabus, "Cambrian Mining School, Glanffrwd, Porth. LeBBons by post. They are cheap, reliable, efficient, and up- to-date. 5143 MOURNING '• -R!>S obtained alb the Gazetta Office. Bridgend. MICHAEL DAYIESTT Auctioneer and Valuer (Fellow of the Auctioneer's Institute of the United Kingdom, Incorporated), 15, WYKDHAM STREET, BRIDGEND. HOTEL VALUER AND GAUGER (20 Years' Experience). AGENT FOR THE BEST FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES, AND FOR THE UNION CASTLE MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOR SOUXH ArjMOA. All kinds of Stacks and Furniture purchased by Private Treaty. For Salo by Private Treaty — Six Freehold Cottages at Bridgend. Villa in Coity Road. 4696 For Sale, a large Boarding Housea at Porthcawl, 20 Room?, with every accommodation, and close to Beach. 5220 TU LET, Laleston Cottage and Land. 4596 SALE FIXTURES. January 31st-Sale of Household Furniture, Piano- forte, &c, at Green Bank Villa, Porthcawl February 6th-Sale of Household Furniture and Effects, at Rose Cottage, Porthcawl SALE NEXT THURSDAY. GREEN BANK VILLA, NEW ROAD, PORTHCAWL. Sale of Household Furniture, Pianoforte, &e. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES, F.A.I., has re- ceived instructions from the Executor of the will of the late George Willows to SELL BY AUCTION at the above address, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 31sb, 1907, at 2 o'clock sharp, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Comprising pianoforte in walnut frame, hair-seated suite of 9 pieces in mahogany frames, mahogany centre table, pier glass, fenders and fireirons, several oleographs, poles and rings, leather seated couch, dining table, 6 chairs in leather, arm ditto, bed chairs and cushions, parhffin lamps, kitchen tables and chairs, oil stove, gas cooking stove in perfect order, nearl) new mangle, 7 iron bed- steads and paliasses, 3 feather beds, bolsters and pillows, 2 millpuff beds, mahogany Pembroke table, several washstands and dressing tables, sets of bedroom ware, cane-seated chairs, towel rails and toilet glasses, large deal wardrobe, stair and floor oilcloths, brass rods, and sundry kitchen utensils. 5258 ROSE COTTAGE, NEW ROAD. PORTHCAWL. SALE OF GOOD USEFUL FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. T\1 R. MICHAEL DAVIES, F.A.I., has re- ITJL oeived instructions from the Executors of the late D. David, Boot and Shoe Maker, to SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises as above, on WEDENESDAY, FEBRUARY 6th, 1907, the whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Comprising— Hair-seated Chairs and Couch, in Mahogany Frames; Mahogany Sideboard, Chest of Draws, Bedstead, Washstand and Dressing Table, a very old Grandfather's Clock (in per- fect order), maker, D. Jones, Neath; a fine Oak Kitchen Dresser with Drawers and Cup- boards, Oak Round and other Tables, Wal- nut Arm Chair (leather seated), a Bradbury Shoemaker's Treadle Sewing Machine (in good order), Feather and Millpuff Beds, 4 Iron Bedsteads, Kitchen Chairs and Tables, Sundry Ware and Glass, Gilt Pier Glasses, Toilet Glasses, Scales and Weights, a large Cupboard, could be used as a shop counter; 3 sets of Bedroom Ware, a quantity of Shoe- maker's Lasts and Tips, etc., etc. Sale to Commence at Two p.m. sharp. 5298 EDWARD p R E E C E (JUNIOR), F.A.A., Auctioneer and Valuer, Public Accountant, 11, NOLTON STREET, BRIDGEND. FOR Sale, Six Cottages at Caerau, also Freehold Residence close to town of Bridgend, standing in its own ground vacant possession on com- pletion of transfer if required Wheelbarrows.— j?or sals, 20c Cttovg *xsd woll-amde; price 12s. eac?> — Chag .Jspfettw *vet J'-n, 'Vf.Tflbf-i* Mcrc&arta fSS8 IRON & BRASS FOUNDRY, BRIDGEND. We are now in a position to supply all kinds of Brass and Iron Castings, including Firebars and parts for all Agricultural Machinery. We also undertake Repairs to Portable Engines and Boilers. 6176 (JHA6. JENKINS &, AON. RICKS. BRICKS. BRICKS.—For price and quantity apply to Manager, Evansfcowi. Brick Works, Tondu. mt. JOHN DAVID'S IVHOUXClXim PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. BOROUGH OF COWBRIDGE. ESTATE OF MR RICHARD AUBREY, DECEASED. MR, JOHN DAVID will offer for SALE BY AUCTION, at Cowbridge, on TUESDAY, the 26th day ot KEBRUAKY, 1907, A LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, SHUP AND BAKERY, lu Village, Cow bridge, occupied by Mrs. Edmunds, and 2 Dwelling-houbes adjoining also 8 other Dwelling-houses in Crolt-street, Cowbridge. Further particulars will appear in future ad- vertisements, or may be obtained from the Auctioneer at, his offices at Cowbridge or from MESSRS. GWYN & GWYN, 5200 Solicitors, Cowbridge. ESTATE OF MR. RICHARD AUBREY, DECEASED. IMPORTANT SALE of LEASEHOLD and COPYHOLD PROPERTIES in and near the Town of Cowbridge, Glamorganshire. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instruc- tions to SELL by AUCTION, at the Commercial Hotel, Cowbridge, on TUESDAY, the 26th day of FEBRUARY, 1907, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to Condi- tions of Sale to be then ana there produced, and in the following or such other Lots as may previously to or at the time of Sale be determined), the following Valuable LEASEHOLD & COPYHOLD PROPERTIES, Namely: — Lot 1.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises, situate in East Village, Cow- bridge, in the occupation of Mr. William Evans. Lot 2.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises adjoining Lot 1, in the occupa- tion of the Misses Tutton. Lot 3.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Shop, with the Bake-house, Warehouse, Stable, and extensive premises and conveni- ences thereto adjoining Lot 2, and in the oc- cupation of Mrs. Edmund, baker and grocer. Lot 4.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises situate in Aubrey Terrace and at the South side of the before-mentioned Lots, and in the occupation of Mr. Robert Reed. Lot 5.-All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises adjoining Lot 4, and in the oc- cupation of Mr. William Westlake. Lot 6.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-lfouse and Premises adjoining Lot 5, and in the occupation of Mrs. Thomas. The foregoing Lots (with a House adjoin- ing Lot 6, not included in this Sale) are held under Lease for a term of 99 years from 1st November, 1882, at an aggregate Ground Rent of L12 per annum, which will be apportioned as follows: -Lots 1 and 2, E2 5s. each; Lot 3, £3 10s.; and Lots 4, 5, and 6, £1 each. Lot 7.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house and Premises situate in Croft Street, Cow- bridge, in the occupation of Mr John Arnott. Lot 8.—All those Two Leasehold Dwelling- houses and Premises adjoining each other and one adjoining Lot 4, situate in Aubrey Terrace, Cowbridge, one being in the occu- pation of Mr. Edwin Reed and the other at present vacant. Lot 9.—All that Leasehold Dwelling-house, with Coach-house and Premises, situate at the Corner of Croft Street and Aubrey Ter- race, Cowbridge, recently in the occupation of Mr. John Ralls and at present unoccupied. Lots 7, 8 and 9 are held under a Lease for a term of 99 years from 1st May, 1878, at an aggregate annual Ground Rent of E3 8s. 6d., which will be apportioned as follows:—Lot 7, 9s. 6d.; Lot 8, 19s.; and Lot 9, £2. Lot 10.—All those Two Dwelling-houses, with the Gardens and Premises thereto (being Copyhold of the Manor of Talyvan), situate in the Village of Trehinghill, in the Parish of Llanblethian, near to the Town of Cow- bridge, and in the respective occupations of Mr. E. D. Jenkins and Mr. Joseph Jones: together with the benefit of a Lease of an ad- joining Field, held for the residue of a term of 21 years from 2nd February, 1895, at the yearly rent of jEll 10s., and included in Mr. Joseph Jones's tenancy. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer, at his Offices at Cowbridge, or to MESSRS. GWYN & GWYN, 5287 Solicitors, Cowbridge. COWBRIDGE MARKET. SALE OF FAT STOCK. MR. JOHN DAVID will SELL by AUCTION on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5th, 1907. 18 Prime FAT CATTLE. 50 Good FAT SHEEP. Further entries solicated. Sale at 11.15 a.m. Auuv-ioueer's Offices, Cowbridge. 5282 MR. JOHN DAVID'S ANNOUNCEMENTS CONTINUED. SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY. PANTRHOSLA FACH, COURT COLMAN, BRIDGEND. Sale of Stock, Implements, Hay, Dairy Utensils, and Household Furniture. MR. JOHN DAVID has rpceived instructions from Mr. William Lewis (who is leaving), to SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, JANUARY, 30th, 1907, viz STOCK.—Two cross-bred milch cows in calf. heifer in milk, heifer in calf, yearling heifer, 5 porkers, 4 geese, four-year-old cob mare in foal, (quiet in all harness), two-year-old cob filly. IMPLEMENTS.—mower by "Wood," horse rake, chainharrow, stone roller, sheep rack, sheep troughs, cake crusher. scuffle drag, drags and camran, cart and trebles, governess car, old dog cart, pig troughs, new fowl house, hay shed, cart shed, grindstone, hand sf'ed drill, 2 sets trap har- ness. corn bins, pikes, rakes, water butts, mangers, dog coop, gate, etc etc. DAIRY UTENblLS.—single iron cheese press, barrel churn, cheese vats, milk pans, steans, scales, pails, and part household furniture. Also- Part MOW OF HAY about 8 tons. Three months credit will be given upon approved security to purchasers to the amount of JE10 upwards, or discount allowed for cash at the rate ot five per cen*. per annum. Sale at 2 p.m, Further particulars may be had of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Uowbridge. 5257 HAMY F. LAMBERT, A.A. I AUCTIONEER AND VALUER Land & Estate Agent, Accountant. SALES conducted of Estates, House Property, Farming Stock (3 months' credit), Growing Timber, Machinery, Household Furniture (mod- ern aufl antique), &c. FORTNIGHTLY SALES OF FAT and STORE STOCK in the Cattle Market, Bridgend, the 1st and 3rd Monday in every Month. SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, &c., at the Star Yard, Bridgend, every month. VALUATIONS made for Probate, Mortgage, Sale, Agricultural Tenant Right, &c. Transfer of Hotels, Licensed Gauger. PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE in Management of Estates. Ground Rents Collected. AGENT for Life, Accident, Fire, and Live Stock Insurance, also Workmen's Compensation. VARIOUS FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES AND VILLAS in Bridgend to be Let or Sold. Telegrams-" Lambert, Auctioneer, Bridgend." Nat. Telephone 0198. Offices-Prudential Buildings, Bridgend MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. 8ALB FIXTURES. January 26th-Sale of Brewery Shares at Bridgend. February 4th-Fat Cattle at Bridgend Cattle Market. February -Household Furniture at Bridgend. February -Leasehold Properties at Bridgend. SALE TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). IMPORTANT SALE OF BREWERY SHARES, MR. H £ RRY F. LAMBERT has received instructions to offer for SALE by AUCTION, at the Dunraven Hotel, Bridgend, on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 26th, 1907, at 3 o'clock, (subject to the conditions of sale to be there and then produced).- FIFTY JB10 Cumulative Six per cent Preference Shares in the Abergarw Brewery Co. Ltd. TWENTY-FIVE £ 10 Ordinary Shares in the Abergarw Brewary Co., Ltd. The above Shares will be offerad in lots to suit intending purchasers. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at his Office, Prudential Buildings, Bridgend. 5261, BRIDGEND CATTLE MARKET. MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT has received instructions from Mr. T. D Bevan, Manor Farm, Newton, to SELL by AUCTION at the above Market, on MONDAY MORNING, FEBUARY, 4th, 1907. 10 Grand FAT CATTLE. 50 Choice FAT YEARLINGS. Sale at 10 o'clock prompt. Further entries solicited. 5262. The Archbishop of Westminster has re- ceived £2,000 from the Duke of Norfolk and JE1,000 from the Marquis of Ripon towards the fund of jE100,000 which is being raised in order to meet the requirements of the local education authorities regarding Roman Catholic Schools of the Westminster diocese. PRINTING.-All kinds of Jobbing Work Artistic and Commercial, eucated in th* Beet Style and at Reasonable Prices, at thw Glamorgan Otwette" Oflcec, Bridgend Poster* is any ahade, colour, »r oombma- t.ioo of colour*; and crory d«*enp4t«»» mi i Letterpress Prlatiaj MESSRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. PORTHCAWL, GLAMORGANSHIRE, Sale of a Valuable Freehold Building Estate, Freehold Residence, and the Undertaking known as the Porthcawl Waterworks. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER are instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Mart, 5, High-street, C irdiff, on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14th, 1907, at 2.30 o'clock in the after- noon, this valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE. The Property compfi-es valuable Freehold Building Plots, situate in the centre of and around the Tu wn of Porthcawl, containing in the whole 17a. 2r 22p. (or thereabouts). Also THE FREEHOLD RESIDENCE Known as SEABANK HOUSE, And THE UNDERTAKING Known as THE PORTHCAWL WATERWORKS. The Whole Property will, in the first instance, be Offered for Sale in One Lot, and, if not sold, divided into Lots as set out in Plans, Particulars, and Condition* of Sale, which may be obtained upon application to Messrs. Boweiman and For- ward, Solicitors, 3, Gray's Inn Square, London, W.C. or to the Auctioneers, 5, High-street, Cardiff. 5281 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. GLAMORGANSHIRE. PENCOED, NEAR BRIDGEND. Sale of a Valuable Residential Property, Building and Accommodation Lands, Water Grist Mill, Farms, &c MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER are instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Dunraven Hotel, Bridgend, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23rd, 19C7, at 3 o'clock in the after- noon, the VALUABLE WELL-APPOINTED RESIDEN- TIAL PROPERTY KnOwn as TREGROES, Standing in its own park-like grounds of about 40 ACRES in extent, near to the village of Pen- coed, near Bridgend, together with several valu- able pieces of BUILDING AND ACCOMMODATION LAND, COTTAGES, WATER GRIST MILL (Known a'" Meiiu Groes), AND FARM LANDS, containing in the whole, 110 ACRES (or thereabouts), which will be divided into con- venient lots for sale. Further particulars will appear in future adver- tisements, and in detailed plans, particulars, and conditions of sale, which are in cocrse of prepara- tion. In tho meantime all information may be obtained upon application to Messrs. Fussell and Oo Solicitors. 36 Corn-street, Bristol; or to the Auc. ioneers, 5, High-street. Cardiff. 5280

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