Hide Articles List

5 articles on this Page



Auctioneers' Announcements. O w 11. i, I LLI A MS AUCTIONEER, TENANT RIGHT AND HOTEL VALUBK. BHIDOBNP. FORTHCOMING SALES, &c. Farming Stock, &c at Pitcot Farm, St. Bride's Major Oct. 22nd. Fat Stock at Llantwib Major Oct. 28th Farming Stock, &c., Grove Farm, Pyle, Oct. 29th Mr. Howell Williams's Annonncements. PITCOT FARM, ST. BRIDE'S MAJOR (Within Jl miles of Southerndown Road Station, and 3 miles of Bridgend). HIGHLY IMPORTANT AND UNRESEHVED SALE OF FARMING STOCK, HAY, CLOVER, AND AGRICULTURAL EFFECTS. MR. HOWELL WILLI AMS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. Uwilym .Jenkins (who is leaving the Fnrm), to SELL by AUCIION On the Premises as above, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22od, 1907, The First Portion of his Valuable LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. HAY, CLOVER, AND AGRICUL- TURAL EFFECTS, "Viz :— ftQ HEAD OF WELL-BRED CATTLE, OO including 8 valuable milking cows in fall profit and to calve in good season, 8 well-bred heifers and calves, 10 prime fat steers and heifers, 18 two-year-old store steers and heifers (in forward con- dition), valuable pedigree Hereford bull, and 10 very promising calves. 9 0ART HORSES AND COLTS, Etc,, Viz 2 two-year-old cart colts, 1 year- ling cart colt, 2 cart suckers, I two-year- old promising cob filly, 1 yearling cob colt, and useful pony and sucker. OA FAT AND STORE BLACK FACE AND OU RADNOR EWES. SOW and 12 PIGS, and 2 strong Store Pigs. PRODUCE. 1 prime rick of clover about 35 tone, 1 rick of prime clover about 14 tons, and 1 rick of well- harvested meadow hay. The ruffage of the Farm will be Let in suitable Lota. The Sale of Fat Sheep, Horses, Implements, and Straw will take place in the Spring. Thiee months' credit upon the usual conditions. Luncheon (by ticket) at 11.30 a.m. Sale st 1 p.m. punctually. Auctioneer's Offices, Cardiff, Bridgend, and Llantwit Major. 6861 LLANTWTT MAJOR. WHITE LION AUCTION MART. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will hold his Next Sale of FAT STOCK at above Mart on MONDAY, OCT. 28th, 1907, at 12 o'clock noon. Present Entries— 50 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 380 CHOICE FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS. A ft; DAIRY-FED PORKERS, CALVES, 4L0 etc. Further entries solicited. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend, Cardiff and Llantwit Major. 6862 THE GROVE FARM, PYLE (Within lQniles of Pyle Station. G.W.Ry.}. Important Sale of Valuable Farming Stock, Produce, Implements, &c. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS has been favoured with instructions from Mr. Thomas Powell (who is giving up the Farm), to SELL BY AUC- TION, on the Premises as above, on I TUESDAY, 29TH OCTOBER, 1907, the whole of his very Valuable LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, PRODUCE, &c, Viz.: HEAD OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE, /Vt) including 10 prime steers, 7 store cattle, and 2 cows (in full milk). 6POWEREUL CART HORSES, COLTS, 0 ETC., viz. :—Powerful bay cart horse, "Capbaiii," fivfl^year-old, I6 £ hands high, e. Montrave Major" bay cart mare, "Darling," eight-year-old, 15.3 hands high (in foal); hackney mare, aged (in foal); promising yearling cart filly by "Merthyr Mawt" yearling pony, and 1 cart sucker by Tydraw." aa HEALTHY CROSS-BRED BREEDING «/U EWES AND FAT LAMBS, viz. 30 capital breeding ewes (in lamb), 60 choice fat lambs. PRODUCE. About 35 tons prime meadow hay, 15 tons prime clover, 30 tons clean oat straw, 15 tons wheat straw, and about 100 bushels of black oats, 1 rick of well-harvested meadow hay (near Farmers' Arms, Nottage). 5 acres of capital swedes (in Lots). 40 acres of excellent ruffage, and 80 acres of mountain run (in suitable Lots), And a Valuable Collection of AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, IMPLE- MENTR, ETC., Viz. :—Flat wagon, body wagon (in excellent condition), mowing machine (Woods), Hornsby self raker, horse rake (Blackstone), haymaker, Yorwerth's harvesting pike, corn drill, horse- power chaffcutter, horse hoe, pair two-horse drags, pair iron harrows, mowing machine (Hornsby), chill plough, pair duck foot drags, weighing machine and weights, 2 chur ns, fowl houses, etc. POULTRY -.—Turkeys, geese, and fowls. Luncheon (by ticket) at 11.30 a.m. Sale at I p.m. sharp. Three months' credit upon the uaual conditions. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend, Cardiff and Llant- wit Major. 6360 1:1. Mr. T. J. Yorwerth's ABBOBBcemeats. PYLE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29TH, 1907. MR. T. J. YORWERTH will SELL BY AUC- TION, on TUESDAY, OCT. 29ih, at 12 o'clock liharp- gQ PRIME FAT CATTLE. 1 rA CHOICE FAT SHEEP, LAMBS and lOU PORKERS. Farther entries solicited, Auctioneer's Office, Cow bridge. 6866 COWBRIDGE MARKET. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH. 1907. MR. T. J. YORWERTH will SELL BY AUC- TION, on TUESDAY, NOV. 5th, 1907, at ll. 15 *.m.,— 50 PRIME FAT CATTLE. i PA FAT SHEEP, LAMBS AND XOU PORKERS. Further entries solicited. Auctioneer's Offices. Co abridge. 6867 Mr. Edward Bramley's Announcements. BRYNMENYN. BRIDGEND. Sale of Leasehold Dwelling House. MR. EDWARD BRAMLEY has received in- structions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Ounraven Hotel, Bridgend, on SATURDAY, 2ND NOVEMBER, 1907, at 3.30 p.m, (subject to conditions of Sale to be then and there produced) aU that excellent detached Dwelling House known as 4 BRYKGOLEU," situate at Brynmenyn, together -ith Stables, Coach-house, and Outhouses, now in cupation of Mr. William Harrison. The Premises are held for a term of 99 years im 1st November, 1895, at the annual ground r«; of £ ? 5b. he House and Buildings are substantially built, inxceUent state of repair, and are well designed. Tb afford a very good opportunity for investment in is rapidly improving locality, where such prases are few and in great demand. Ffurther particulars apply to the Auctioneer Stat* HiU, Bridgend; or to &5SRS. STOCKWOOD & WILLIAMS, b88 Solictors, Bridgend. Auctioneers Announcements. -t 0 HARRY F. LAMJKERT, AAI AUCTIONEER AND VALUER Land & Estate Ageut. Accountant. SALES conducted of Estates, House Property, Farming Stock (3 months' credit), Growing Timber, Machinery, Household Furniture (mod- ern and Jtr.tiqwe), &c. FORTNIGHTLY SALES OF FAT and STORE STOCK in the Cattle Market, Bridgend, the lab 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. Trauefer of Hotels, Licensed Gauger. PRACTICA L EXPERIENCE in Management of Estates. Ground Rent" Collected. AGENT for Life. Accident, Fire, and Live Stock Iiiwuiaoce, aleo Workmen's Compensation. VARfOUS FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES AND VILLAS in Bridgend to be Let or Telegrams— ert, Auctioneer, Bridgend." Nat. Telephone 0198. Office?—Prudential EuHdingp, Bridgend* PORTHCA WL.-Three illas situate in Fenton p Place. Accommodation ground fl-»r, 2 re- ception n»« ins. kitchens. 4 bt-rirooms, bathrooms, &c. For sale by private treaty.-Harry F. Lambert, Auctioneer, Bridgend. 6532 Mr. Harry F. Lambert's Announcements. SALE FIXTURES. Oct. 23rd—Sale of Houdehold Furniture at the Woodlands, Porthcawl. „ 26t;h- Horses, Carriages. &c., at Star Yard, Bridgend. —— Leasehold Propprties at Bridgend. — Sale of Household Furniture at Porth- cawl. Nov. 4th-Fat Cattle and Sheep at Bridgend. "THE WOODLANDS," VICTORIA. ROAD, PORTHCAWL. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT has received in- structions to SELL BY AUCTION cn the premises on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 23rd, 1907, con)niencing at 1.30 prompt, the whole cf the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, Comprising :—Black and Brass Bedsteads, Round End Iron Bedsteads, Child's Cot complete, Wire Spring Mattiesses, Hair and Wool Overlays. Blankets and Bedding, 3ft. SATIN WALNUT BEDROOM SUITE. 3ft. Painted Bedroom Suite, Linen Chest, Ash Wardrobe, Pairs of Mahogany, Ash and Satin Walnut Toilet Tables, Double and Single Sets of Ware, Wicker Chairs, Chests of Drawers. Bedroom Chairs. Linoleum, etc.. etc., DINING-ROOM SUITE, Leather Couch, 4ft. WALNUT SIDEBOARD, Dining Table, Bentwood Chairs, Wicker Arm Chairs, Davenport, Over- mantets, Occasional Chairs and Tables, Brussels and Wilton Pile Carpets, Rugs, Stair Carpet, En- gravings. Oil Paintings, etc., etc., Kitchen Dresser, Kitchen Table, Dinner and rea Sets, and sundry Kitchen Utensils. On View Morning of Saie. Auctioneer's Offices: Prudential Buildings. Bridgend. 6875 STAR YARD, BRIDGEND. SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, CARTS, HARNESS, &c, MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT begs to announce that be will hold his n^xt Sale on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1907. Sale at 1.30 prompt. Early entries respectfully solicited. 6876 BRIDGEND CATTLE MARKET. SALE OF FAT CATTLE AND SHEEP. MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT begs to announce that he will hold a Sale on MONDAY, NOV- EMBER 4th, 1907. Early entries respectively solicited. 6867 MICHAEL DAVIES, Auctioneer and Valuer (Fellow of the Auctioneer's Institute of the United Kingdom, Incorporated), 15. WYNDHAM STREET, BRIDGEND. And 21, TALBOT STREET, MAESTEG, 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 SOUTH AFRICA. All kinds of Stocks and Furniture purchased by Private Treaty. To Let—Snowshill Shop and Premises, centre of Bridgend, suitable for any kind of business, vacant possession. 5649 To Leb-Large Warehouse in centre of town, with Yard behind and carriage way. 6080 To Let-2 Villas in Park Street. Bridgend. 6142 J650 will purchase Villa in Coity Road. Bath, Hot and Cold, balance on Mortgage. 6529 SALE FIXTURES. Oct. 23rd—Furniture and Effects at Pantygog, Pontycymmer. Oct. 28th—Furniture at Pencoed. Oct. 29tu—Furniture and Pianoforte at Llwyn On," Bridgend. Oct. 30th—Sale Shop Fittings at Bridgend. Oct. 31st-Leasehold Property at Maesteg. Nov. 6th-Furniture at Drill Hall, Bridgend. Nov. 14, 15, and 16—Pottery Sale at Town Hall, Bridgend. — Sale of Grocery Business at Cow bridge, Mr. Michael Davies' Announcements. RE J. ANSTIE. SALE NEXT WEDNESDAY. SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURN- ITURE. THE GOLDEN SHEAF ^BAKERY, PONTY- MR MICHAEL DA VIES (F.A.I), has received instructions from the Official Receiver to SELL BY AUCTION at the above premises at Pantygog next Wednesday, 23rd day of OCTOBER. 1907, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. of the above-named Bankrupt, comprising a mah- ogany knee-hole writing table, couch, arm and other chairs, parlour and kitchen tables, overman- tel, pictures, fenders and irons, oilcloths, a mahog- any wardrobe, 2 chests of drawers, 3 iron and brass bedsteads, wire mattresses, wool overlays, wash- stands and dressing tables, bedroom and dinner ware, set of tea things, an electro-plated teapot, &c., &c. Sale to commence at 3 o'clock sharp. 6840 PENCOED- Sale of Household Furniture and Effects. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES, F.A.I. has received instructions from Mrs, David (who is leaving Pencoed), to SELL BY AUCTION, on the Premises adjoining the Police Station, Pencoed, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1907, the whole of her nearly new FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Comprising a dining room suite in leather, octagon centre table, overmantel, bamboo flower stand and tables, 2 iron and brass bedsteads, wire mattresses, wool overlays, feather bolsters and pillowe, marble-top washstand, duchense table, dressing tables, carpets, stair oilcloth, brass rods, pictures, kitchen table and chairs, brass and iron fenders and ashpans, brass and steel fire utensils, a quantity of kitchen a ad cooking utensils. Sale to commence at Three p.m. sharp. 6879 SALE OF SURPLUS FURNITURE, PIANO- FORTE, LATHE TOOLS, &c. "LLWYNON," CHURCH ROAD, BRIDGEND. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A.I.) has received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION at tbe above Residence on TUESDAY, OCT. 29th, 1907, a quantity of FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. Comprising :-An oak bedroom suite, a satin wal- nut Scotch suite, several iron & brass bedsteads, paliasaes, wool beds, a walnut sideboard, a saddle brig and a leather suite, a pianoforte by Collard and Collard, a telescope dining table, a large gilt pier glass, music cabinet, fenders, brasses, irons, a lot of useful kitchen requisites, also an excel- lent lathe, and a quantity of carpenters and other toos. Sale at 2 o'clock sharp. Auctioneers' Announcements. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES'S ANNOUNCE- MENTS CONTINUED. NANTYFFYLLON, MAESTEG. Sale of Leasehold Cct^tre0. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F. A I ) h»8 received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION at the Star Hotel, Maeeteg, on THURSDAY, OCT. 3lst. 1907, at 8 p.m., in ona or more Juts as shall be decided upon, and subject to conditions ti be there and then produced, all those SIX LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, situate in and being Nos 78, 79, 80, 81, 82 and 83, High Street, Nantyffyllon, Maectf-g. The premises are held for the residue of a term of 60 years from the §4th day of June, 1857, at the yearly ground rrnfc of Li 10s. 6.1.. und tre let at rents amounting in the aggregate to S.3 7s. Od. per month. For further particulars apply to the Anctioneer at 21, Talbob Street, Maesteg, and 15. Wyndham Street, Bridgend or to Messrs. Stockwood and Williams, Solicitors, Bridgend. By Another Direction. All that convenient Leasehold DWELLING HOUSE, No. 53, St. Michael's Road, Maestee, let at 32J. 6d. per month, held under lease for 99 years from 25th March, 1902, at an annual ground rent of 30s. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or E. E, Davies, E?q., Solicitor, Maesteg. 6882 Mr. John David's Announcements. MAES Y VELIN, PONTYCLUN. Sale of Fat and Store Stock. MR. JOHN DAVID will SELL BY AUCTION on MONDAY, OCT. 21st, 1907— 30 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 250 GOOD FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS. SOW AND PIGS, 2-year-old COB FILLY, CART SUCKER. Sale at 2.30 p.m. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 68F5 f|iO BE LET near the town of Cowbridae.—13 X. acres of good latterma^h, to the middle of January next.—Apply, David, Auctioneer, Cow. bridge. 6856 SIGGINGSTONE, NEAR COWBRIDGE. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND 3 GOOD BACON PIGS. MR. JOHN DAVID has received^instructions from Mr. Ed. Thomas (who is giving up housekeeping). fo SELL BY AUCTION on TUES- DAY NEXT OCTOBER 22nd. 1907. viz:— Very good mahogany circular front chest of draw- ers. good deal dresser, ware, square deal table. 2 deal tables, armchair, 6 windsor chairs, overmantel, 8-day clock, American clock, small timepiece, settle (Sft. 6in) 2 chairs, 3 cane-seat chairs, dressing table, washstand, bedstead and palliasses, camp bedstead, round table, toilet glass, scales & weights, fender and irons, tools, buckets, zinc bath. water butt, wheelbarrow, 1 cwt onions, and 3 very kood bacon pigs (about 8 score each). Sale at 3 p.m. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6854 LLANERCH FARM, PENDOYLAN. Situ ate within Two miles of Llantrisant Station, G.W.R. and T.V.R. Sale of Stock, Hay, and Implements. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mr Wm. Jones (who is leaving the Farm), to SELL BY AUCTION, on THURSDAY, OCT. 24th, 1907, viz CATTLE: Ten milch cows in calf, 3 two-year-old heifers in ca'f, 5 yearling heifers, 5 yearling steers, 4 calves, Hereford bull. HORSES: Aged bay cart mare in foal, aged catt mare with and in foal, yearling cart filly by "St. Pagans King," cart sucker by Prince Harold," bay cob filly, 2 years old, cart sucker by Lilyput Horse," IMPLEMENTS: Two Albion mowing machines, farm cart and trebles, gambo, milk float, horse rake, sheet iron roller. Set drags, chainharrow, wheel;lough by Howard, chaffcutter, sheep trough, wheelbarrow, corrugated zinc, pikes & rakes, wire, water butts, rick sail, harness, &c., &c. Also four mows prime meadow hay about 45 tons, and the ruffage of the farm to 2nd February, 1908. Refreshments at 12.30. Sale at 1.30 p.m. Three months credit will be given upon approved security to purchasers to the amount of J310 and upwards, or discount allowed for cash at the rate of five per cent per annum. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6859 LLANCADLE FARM, COW BRIDGE. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from the Representatives of the late Messrs. Howells to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1907, viz. 50 Head Well-bred Cattle, 70 excellent Black-face Ewes, 130 good Lambs, Cart Horses, Meadow and Clover Hav, Ricks of Wheat, Oats and Barley, Roots, Ruffage, and Season Implements. Further particulars in future advertisements and catalogues, which are in preparation. 6730 — BEAUPRE, NEAR COWBRIDGE. Sale' of Household Furniture and Outdoor Effects. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Col. Wyndham-Quin (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1907, a very large quantity of surplus FURNITURE AND OUTDOOR EFFECTS. Further particulars next week or in posters. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6857 GELLI FARM, LLANHARRY, PONTYCLUN. Sale of Stock, Hay, and Implements. MR. JOHN DAVlD has received instructions from Messrs. T. & B. Thomas (who are leav- ing the Farm) to S1SLL BY AUCTION, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1907, AS ABOVE. Including 3 milch cows, barran cow, 2 heifers in calf, 4 two-year-old store cattle, 5 yearling cattle, 3 calves. 36 black face ewes and lambs, 2 horses. 2 sows and pigs, 25 tons of meadow hay, 55 acres of lattermath and ruffage to 2nd February, 1908, and the usual farm implements, together with the dairy utensils and part of the household furniture. Further particulars next week, or may be had of the Auctioneer at his Offices, Cowbridge. 6858 TYDU FARM, LLANHARRY, PONT-Y-CLUN. Sale of Farming Stock and Implements. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mr Rees Williams (who is leaving the Farm), to SELL BYAUCIION the beginning of Nevember next, AS ABOVE. Further particulars next week. 6812 MONEY MAKES MONEY IT will pay you to borrow from me.-If you .L would like to extend your business, or if it is suffering from lack of capital, or you would like to start or buy a business. It will also pay you rather than worry over a lob of little bills, to borrow from me and clear them off. Money lent for any private purpose at mod- erate interest. I also lend money on Life Policies and Shares. All loans can be repaid by easy weekly, fort- nightly, or monthly instalments. I trade in my own name-have neither Agents nor Partners, so everything is straightforward, and above all strictly private." Special terms to Farmers, Schoolmasters, Teachers, and other Professional men-for instance £ 10—10s.; £ 20- 203. If you want money, consult me fireb. Advice Free. EDWARD STEWART, 1, Castle Street, Cardiff. Nat. Tel., 658, if urgent. NOTE.-Business can be arrangod and cash sent by post on receipt of Promissory Note prop- erly signed. 6i32 ANY person found Trespassing on Penylan Farm, Aberkenfig, will be prosecuted. All dogs and fowls destroyed.-H. Leyshon. 6690 BRLEVINES I A Suits and costumes to measure, S H Always did, and will give pleasure i 'A vk If you want a suit without end, | Cal1 at Market BUildingS' AA ;X X I Now that we are on the threshold of Winter I the question of "What will be worn" is interesting Jt '•'V*x\ every Lady. We are, indeed, well prepared to answer the question and to demonstrate the suita- A':?:/ bility of Coming Fashions by our own carefully 1' f selected Models-especially in I MILLINERY. I Happily the Fashions of the moment allow almost fi» .{•I unlimited scope for the indulgence of individual !««• T\\ taste, and needless to sajr, we are producing copies ffsj jjjsi and adaptations of the most exclusive models, at very reasonable charges. IttJ* j$?\ THE "TAILOR-MADE" Mj y**#1! iy«A; m #•#<# iiv £ l Costume, Coat or Skirt is pre-eminent in its £ :• £ claims to be regarded as The Thing for Smart Ij'i'.Vj* ° I Wear. Our Model Costumes will surely interest you. lOl'v IP C. STUGHBEBY, \fl BRIDGEND. | h—nminrWIWTMm 1111111 N ininiin ll ll ll 111111111111' hill mil 11 iintimi 1 IIMIB ■—UMJUIMI^— 1- Auctioneers' Announcements. EDWARD pREECE (JUNIOR), F.A.A., Auctioneer and Valuer, Public Accountant, 11, NOLTON STREET, BRIDGEND. TO LET.—Couple of excellent Buites of offices, centre of Caroline Street, fitted with electric light, also lavatory accomodation. 6525 To Let.—Excellent Business Premises in Wynd ham Street opposite County Coort buildings. suitable for any business; good living accommo- dation side entrance. 5717 To Let—Extensive Premises on Station Hill, suitable as commodious shop, or suites of offices. b647 To Let or For Sale-Freehold detached Resi- dence, Simonstone, Coity. Good supply of water, drainage satisfactory half an hour's walk frem town. 6883 Mr. Edward Preece (Jim's, j Annonncements. CEFN CRIBBWR. MR. EDWARD PREECE, Junior, is in- structed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Star Hotel, Cefn Cribbwr, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th day of NOVEMBER, 1907, at 6.30 p.m. sharp, subject to particulars and condi- tions of sale to be there and then produced, in the following Lots: — Lot I.-All that new and substantially built semi-detached Dwelling-house, situate in Bed- ford-road, Cefn Cribbwr, recently erected by the late Mr. William Evans, builder, being the Northernmost of the two Dwelling-houses erected as aforesaid. The premises comprise two sitting-rooms, kitchen, scullery and out- offices and four bedrooms and have a front and side entrance with large fore-court. Lot 2.—All that substantially erected semi- detached Dwelling-house adjoining the above, and having the same accommodation as Lot 1. Lot 3.—All that newlv erected. substantially built, semi-detached Dwellinr?-house. adjoin- ing Lot 2, and having the. same accommoda- tion as Lot 1. Lot 4.—All that substantially erected semi- detached Dwelling-house adjoining Lot 3, and having the same accommodation as Lot 1. Lots 1 and 2 are held upon lease for a term of 99 years from the 1st day of November, 1905, at the low annual ground rent of £ 1 14s. in respect of Lot 1. and P-1 9s. in respect of Lot 2, and are each of the annual value of £ 18. Lots 3 and 4 are held tIoon lease for'a term of 99 years from the 1st day of May. 1906, at the low annual ground rent of £ 1 9s. each, and are each of the annual value of ZCIS. This property is offered for sale owing to the death of the late Mr. William Evans, and in order to realise his Estate. Arrangements may be made with the pur- chaser of each Lot to leave two-thirds of the Purchase Money on Mortgage at 5 per cent. The attention of Investors is confidently in- vited to this excellent opportunity of acquir- ing substantially built and commodious Dwelling-houses conveniently situated with regard to the rapidly developing collieries in the neighbourhood. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tioneer at his Offices, 11 Nolton-street, Briclgendi; or to EDWARD T. DAYID, Solicitor, Bridgend. 6886 W. T. DAVIES, COLLECTOR OF RENTS AND ACCOUNTS, QERTIFICATED JgAILIFF UNDER THE JJISTRESS AMENDMENT ACT. 21, Talbot St., MAESTEG, AND 15, Wyndham St., BRIDGEND. 6737 Pu RE Berkshire Boar now kept for Service JL at William Painter's, 1, Llanharry Meadow, Llanharry, near Pontyclun. 6598 Printing.—AH kinds of Jobbing Work, Artistic and Commercial, executed in the Beat Style aaid at Reasonable Prices, at the Glamorgan Gazette" Offices, Bridgend. Posters in any size, shade, colour, or combin- ation of colours; and every description of Letterpress Printing. Notices. GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL SENIOR AND JUNIOR DAIRY SCHOLAR- SHIPS, 1908. EXAMINATIONS for the award of six Junior Scholarships of the value of £ 9 each, and three Senior Scholarships of the value of jB20 each, will be held at the Shaftesbury Halls, St. Helen's Road, Swansea, on the 2lst and 22nd of November, 1907. The Examination for the Junior Scholarships is open to all who at any time attended the County Council Dairy School. The Examination for the Senior Scholarships is open only to those who have at any time been awarded Junior or similar Dairy Scholarships by the County Council. Entry Forms and any further information can be obtained from the Chief Educational Official, 35, Park Place, Cardiff, or Mr. R. Hedger Wallace, County Agricultural Lecturer, 4. East Grove. Cardiff. September, 1907. 6743 Bridgend Parliamentary Debating Society. SESSION, 1907-8. A MEETING for the Enrolling of Members, Election of Officers, &c„ will be held at che New Library Lecture Hall on Tuesday next, at 8.0 p.m. Old and new members are earnestly requested to attend. 6F53 W. HOPKINS, Hon. Sec. Bridgend Public Library Lectures. rpHE Second of the Series of Lectures will be X delivered at the TOWN HALL, BRIDGEND, on WEDNESDAY, VCT. 30th, 1907, at 8 pm. Subject-INDIA TO ENGLAND, OVER- LAHD." Lecturer :-MR. ELIOT CRAWSHAY WILLIAMS. The Lecture will be illustrated by lantern slides. Reserved Seats, One Shilling: the remainder of the hall free, but a collection will be made towards expenses. The proceeds of the Lecture will be devoted to the purchase of books for the Library. 6873 RE THE REV. EDWARD STEPHENS, DECEASED. Pursuant to Statute 22 and 23 Vic. Cap S5 entitled an Act to Further Amend the Law of pioperty and for Relief of Tiustees. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors -L* and other Persons having any Debts, Claims, or Demands against the Estate of the RKV. EDWAUD STEPHENS, late of St. John's, Tonyrefail, Llan- trissant, Glamorganshire, who died on the 4th March, 1907, and whose Will wa3 proved in the Principal Probate Registry of the High Court of Justice on the 26th July, 1907, by Mary Stephens, now of 47, Mount Pleasant Road, Lewis-ham, London, and John Stephens, of Ffynonwen Ucbaf, Goginan, Aberystwyth, Cardiganshire, the Executors therein named, are hereby required bo send particulars in writing of their Debts, Claims, and Demands to the said Mary Stephens, c/o F. A. Parnaby, 46, Gresham Street, London, E.C., Chartered Accountant, on or before the I 24th November, 1907, after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the Assets of the said Deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the Debts, Claims, and Demands of which they shall then have had notice, and that they will not be liable for the Assets or any part thereof so distributed to any Person or Persons of whose Debt, Claim, or Demand they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 7th day of October, 1907. MILNER & BICKFORD, 10, Moorgace Street, London, E.C., 6849 Solicitors for the said Executors. PRIVATE TUITION. MOSS VILLA, COITY ROAD. MISS NELLIE SUMMERS, Pupil of Royal Bay Terrace School, Jersey, Certificated College of Preceptors. Prize Winner of the College of Preceptors for Fi ench and Geography. Also for Proficiency in all Subjects, including Music. RECEIVES PRIVATE PUPILS. French, Shorthand, Drawing and other Subjects. Terms on application. 6471 rD. J. GRIFFITHS & Co., JEWELLERS & OPTICIANS. I Q fS00^ "It I I., Clocks from 2s. each Watches from 5s. „ ALL WARRANTED. Electro Plated and Silver Goods TO SUIT ALL POCKETS. Presents with our Well-known Wedding Rings. Piivate Room for same. ONLY ADDRESS:- WYNDHAM STREET, (Next to New Free Library), 6776 BRIDGEND. BRIDGEND EISTEDDFOD. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 26TH. President: W. S. WARDLAW, ESQ. Male Volee, not nnder <0 in number, The Song of the N orthrren (Maunders). lat prize, JB15 and Crold Medal; 2ud priza, 95. Mixed Choir Dot under 35, 0 taafe and see (J. &o*8). Prize, JB8. English or Welsh words. Children's Choir, not under 30 in number, that will best sing any t-iece it eight adults to assise if necessary. Prize. JBS. Prizes will also be given for Solos. Duett, Recitations, Short Story, tt.ud Speech. Programmes, with full particulars, ready shortlv. Joint Secretaries, W. McAllister. Coitv Road, Bridgend John Lewis, Saddler, 41, Wyndham Street, Bridgend 6791 il: I" I- :I' ,I:! I, .IQ6, F. T. MOSSFORD & Co MONUMENTAL MASONS, COITY STREET, BRIDGEND. Also At Fairoak Road, Cardiff, aud Tynewydd Rd., Barry. 43° Prices and designs sent on request. 6419

Family Notices

[No title]

LOCAL NEWS. -_.-----.