Auctioneers' Announcements. JJOW ELL \\TILLIAMS AUCTIONEER, TENANT RIGHT AND HOTEL VALUER. BRIDGEND. FORTHCOMING SALES, &c. Fat Stock at Llantwit Major. Oct. 28tb Farming Stock, &c., Grove Farm, Pyle. Oct. 29th Farming Stock, &c., at Cefn Machen Ucha Farm, Llangeinor Nov. 5th. Jr. Howell Williams's Announcements. LLANTWTT MAJOR. WHITE LION AUCTION MART. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will hold hie Next Sale of FAT STOCK at above Mait on MONDAY, OCT. 28th, 1907, at 12 o'clock noon. Present Entries- 70 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 400 CHOICE FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS. A K DAIRY-FED PORKERS, CALVES, etc. Also following IMPLEMENTS & POULTRY -Chaffoutter, water cart, nearly new chainharrow, cake crusher, pnlper, mowing machine, dray, scales, 6 bee hives (nearly new), 6 galvanized sheep troughs, 3 rolls theep netting, 15 geese, &c. Further entries solicited. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend, Cardiff and Llantwit Major. 6862 THE GROVE FARM, PYLE (Within li miles 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 A.UC- TION, on the Premises as above, on TUESDAY, 29TH OCTOBER, 1907, the whole of his very Valuable LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, PRODUCE, &c, Viz. Of HEAD OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE, Ai} including 10 prime fat steers and heifers, 7 store cattle, and 2 cows (in fall milk). POWERRUL CART HORSES, COLTS, 6 ETC., viz. :—Powerful bay cart horse, Captain," five-year-old, 16 hands high, a. "Montrave Major"; capital bay cart mare, 8 years old, 16.1 hands high, good in all harness; bay cart mare, "Darling," eight-year-old, 15.3 hands high (in foal); hackney mare, aged (in foal); promising yearling cart filly by Merthyr Mliwr horse yearling pony, and one cart sucker by Tydraw horse AA HEALTHY CROSS-BRED BREEDING t/U EWES AND FAT LAMBS, viz. 30 capital breeding ewes (in lamb), 60 choice fat lambs. PRODUCE. About 35 tons prime meadow bay, 15 tons prime clover, 30 tons clean oat straw, 15 tons wheat etraw, 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. MENTS, ETC., Viz. Flab wagon, body wagon (in excellent condition), mowing machine (Woods), Hornsby eeif raker, horse rake (Blackstone), haymaker, Torwerth's harvesting pike, corn drill, horse- power chaffcutter, horse hoe, pair two-horse drags, pair iron barrows, mowing machine (Hornsby), chill plough, pair duck foot drags, weighing machine and weights, 2 churns, 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 usual conditions. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend, Cardiff and Llant- wit Major. 6860 CEFN MACHEN UCHA FARM, LLANGEINOR (Within i mile of Llangeinor Station and 1 mile of Blackmill Station). Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Produce, Implements, etc. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS has received instructions from Mr. John Thomas (who is giving up the Farm) to SELL BY AUCTION, on th Premises, as above, ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH, 1907, The whole of his Valuable LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, PRODUCE, &c., Comprising 5 CAPITAL MILKING COWS in full profit and to calve early. ft]-* EXCELLENT MOUNTAIN ANDBLACK- OO FACE BREEDING EWES, &c. IMPLEMENTS. Narrow wheel cart with dribbles, mowing machine (nearly new), chain harrow, horse rake (nearly new), set iron harrows, Howard's wheel plough, about 50 yards wire netting, 17 iron hurdles, set shaft harness, set G.O. harness, set long harness, new chaffcuttlg, ropes, chains, etc., ladders, cow chains, sundry pikes, rakes, etc,, wagon jack, iron pig troughs, etc., and About 16 TONS PRIME MEADOW HAY. Also a capital collection of Dairy Utensils, in- cluding butter churn, cheese press, cheese vats, milk pans, etc. And a portion of the Household Furniture and numerous other effects. Luncheon (by ticket) at 11.30 Sale at 1 p.m. punctually. Three months credit upon the usual conditions. Auctioneer's Offices Bridgend, Cardiff, and Llantwib Major. 6907 Mr. T. J. Yorwerth's Announcements. PYLE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29TH, 1907. MR. T. J. YORWERTH will SELL BY AUC- TION, on TUESDAY, OCT. 29vh, at 12 o'clock sharp- gQ PRIME FAT CATTLE. i^A CHOICE FAT SHEEP, LAMBS and AOU PORKERS. Further entries solicited. Auctioneer's Office, Cow bridge. 6866 COWBRIDGE MARKET. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5TH. 1907. MR. T. J. YORWERTH will SELL BY AUC- TION, on IUESDAY, Nov. 5th, 1907, at 11.15 a.m. 50 PRIME FAT CATTLE. i KA FAT SHEEP, LAMBS AND ±OU PORKERS. Further entries solicited. Auctioneer's Offices, Co abridge. 6867 COWBRIDGE MARKET. NOVEMBER 5TH, 1907. MR. T. J. YORWERTH has received in- structions from J. B. Wayman, Esq., to SELL BY AUCTION on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5bh, KERRY HEIFERS. Served by Shorthorn Ball, to calve in the Spring. Full particulars may be had at the Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6919 PRISK, NEAR COWBRIDGE. MR. T. J. YORWERTH has received instruot- ions from the Representatives of the late Mr. Thomas Miles, to SELL BY AUCTION on FRI- DAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 1907, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND OUTDOOR EFFECTS. including 2 galvanized water tanks, to hold 300 gallons each. Further particulars from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, High Street, Cowbridge. 6905 Auctioneers' Annouiicements. Mr. John David's Announcements. LLANCADLE FARM, NEAR COWBRIDGE, Situate about Half-mile from St. Athan Road Station, T.V.R. (Cowbridge and Aberthaw Railway). and abouo Ii miles from Aberthaw Station (Vale of Glamorgan Railway). Important and Unreserved Sale of Stock, Crops, Roots, and Season Implements. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from the Representatives of the Ute Messrs. Howells (who are giving up the Farm). to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1907, the firsb portion of the valuable Live and lJeaå FARMING STOCK, Comprising A O HEAD WELL-BRED CATTLE, viz. Seven iO good crosa-bred milch cows in calf, cow and calf, 14 fat cattle, 13 store cattle, rising two years old; 11 calves, well-bred two-year-old Heteford bull (bred by Mr. John Lewis, Brigam). 1 TA SHEEP: Sixty-six good black-face breed- ing ewes, 52 good black-face ewe lambs, 36 wether Iambi*, yearling pedigree Oxford Down ram, 4 ram lambd. Three bacon pigs, 8 store pigs, four months old. C HORSES Powerful aged bay cart mare, 16.2; powerful aged bay cart horse, 16.2; bay cart mare, five years old, 16 bands three-year- old black roadster gelding (unbroken), yearling half-bred filly, sucker. 1.30 Tons prime Clover, French Grass, and Meadow Hay. Crops of 70 Acres of Wheat, Barley, and Oats. Eight Acres of Swedes and Mangolds in suit- able Lots. 2 Tons of good eating Potatoes in Lots. A good collection of Season Implements, and the Ruffage of the Farm to 2nd February, 1908. Refreehmentsatila.m. Sale at 12.30. The remainder of the Horses and Implements will be sold in the Spring. Four months credit upon the usual conditions. Further particulars in catalogue, which may be had of the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Cowbridge. 6908 BEAUPRE, NEAR COWBRIDGE. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Col. Wyndham-Qain (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL BY AUCTION, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1907, a large quantity of surplus HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Including three half-moon tables, rosewood loo table, mahogany table, oak corner cupboard, small dresser, arm chairs, occasional tables, fumed oak hall stand, oak table, toaak wood table, mahog- any shelves, mahogany cupboard, foot stools, quantity drugget, carpet and hearth rugs, mahog- any card table, ebony table, wicker chairs, marble top ball table, gilded mirrors, grandfather's clock, pictures, meat safe, kitchen tables, kitchen chairs, couch, dresser, ottomans, forms, ice box, refriger- ator, 2 plate racks, 12 single iron bedsteads with wire mattress combined, deal and mahogany chest of drawers, deal dressing tables, deal wasbstands, toilet glasses, bedroom ware, deal wardrobes, linen cupboards, commodes, clothes' baskets, window poles, large deal table, screens, hip bath, fenders and fire irons, small cupboards, boot stand, sundry lamps, pair steps, coal vases, saucepans, kettles, water cans, and sundry other household requisites. OUTDOOR EFFECTS: Good spring cart, saddle stand, girl's saddle, india-rubber hose, dog coops, zinc water barrel on wheels, donkey cart and harness, water butts, small greenhouse and frames complete, quantity plants and flowers in pots, cucumber frame, iron carriage jack, 4 earth closets, 2 wheelbarrows, garden roller, cross cut saw, garden -toolq, rhubarb pots, sea-kale pots, 2 pig troughs, double cucum- ber frame, wooden hurdles, wire netting, 2 bales moss-litter, cricket net, ladders, garden steps, ornamental flower pots, stove and piping, camp bedstead, and several other sundries, also three Minimax fire extinguishers. Sale at 12,30 p.m.* Terms cash. Further particulars may be had of the Auction- eer, at his Offices, Cowbridge. 6909 GELLIFRM, LLANHARRY, NEAR PONTYCLUN, Situate within three minutes walk of Llanharry Station (T.V.R.) Sale of Stock, Crops, and Implements. MR. JOHN DAVlD has received instructions from Messrs. T. & B. Thomas (who are leav- ing the Farm) to SELL BY AUCTION, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1907, the whole of the valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK. viz. CATTLE.—Three srood Hereford cows in calf, Kerry cow in full profit, barren cow, 2 cross-bred heifers in calf, 4 two-year-old steers and heifers in forward condition, 5 yearling cattle, 3 calves, two-year-old Rereford bull. SHEEP and PIGS.—Eighteen good black-face breeding ewes, 18 turnip lambs, ram, sow and 9 pigs, sow and 3 pigs. HORSES.—Bay cart horse, four years old, 14 31 by "County Squire (thorough worker in al gears), cob mare, six years old, 14.2 (quiet to ride and drive), pony and foaL, IMPLEMENTS.—Body wagon and trebles (by Aubrey), cart, horse rake, zinc sheep rack, nearly new mower, 2 zinc sheep troughs, corn drill, dog cart, horse-power and chaffcutter, 2 turnip cutters, mincer, Cambridge roller, wheel-plough (by Howard), mold-plough, scarifier, set drags, large iron boiler, turnip scuffler, iron pig troughs, winnower, weighing machine, large grindstone, sheep netting, small turnip drill, sack truck, sacks, fowl pens, 2 ladies' side saddles, beehives, 2 ladders, old iron,tools, &c. About 25 tons prime meadow hay in 3 mows, about t5 tons of ruffage and lattermath. Also 23 geese, dairy utensils, and part of Household Furniture. Refreshments at 12.30. Sale at 1.30 p.m. Three months credit will be given upon ap- proved security bo purchasers to the amount of 910 and upwards, or discount allowed for cash at the rate of five per cent. per annum. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6910 CARTREFLE, COYCHURCH, Nr. BRIDGEND. Sale of Stock, Portable Engine, Mortar Mill, Stone Crusher, Contractors' Plant, and Bung- alows at Ogmore. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mr. Rhys Jones to SELL BY AUC- TJON on MONDAY, NOVEMKER 4th, 1907, viz :— CATTLE AND HORSES. 3 fat cattle, 6 steers rising 2 years, milch cow, nearly calving, milch cow in calf, aged cart horse, "Dai," bay cart mare,' 7 years old, good in all harness, bay cart filly, 4 years old, work in all harness, chestnut cob, 5 years old, 14 bands, good mover, and quiet, pass all road traffic. CONTRACTORS' PLANT: Eight h.p. engine, 6 ft. mortar pan and stone crueher 9 x 12, all in good condition, aud now standing near the "Tador Arms," Ystradowen, near Cowbridge, spring trolly, 4 hauliers tip carts, new pair shear-legs, by "Lewis and Lewis," London (to lift 1 ton and lowering pipes into trenches), scaffolding poles, scaffolding plan kg, wheelbarrows, tools, drain pipes, screens, benches, anvils, vice, and a quantity of other articles used in the trade. Aleo nearly new Surrey dog cart, "pring trap, spring cart, dog cart, 4 wheel covered spring van, suitable for baker or general dealer, 80 prize- bred light Brahma and cross-bred fowls. QUANTITY HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AND DAIRY UTENSILS, And 2 Bungalows near Portobello, •« Ogmore," containing 3 bedrooms, dining-room, pantry and back-kitchen in each. Three months credit on Stock and various other articles. Further particulars in bills and future adver- tisements, or may be had from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Cowbridge. 6912 COWBRIDGE MARKET. SALE OF FAT STOCK. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION, on TUESDAY, NOV. 5th, 1907, viz. 12 PRIME FAT CATTLE. 50 FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS Further entries solicited. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6911 Auctioneers' Announcements. MR. JOHN DAVID'S ANNOUNCEMENTS OONTINUED. TYDU FARM, LLANHARRY, PONT-Y-CLUN. Sale of Stock, Crops, and Implements. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mr Rees Williams (»h« ie leaving the Farm), to SwLL BY AUCMON on THURSDAY, NOVKUBBK 7TH, 1907, the Whole of the valuable Live and Dead FARMING STOCK, Including 2 cows and calves, 4 milch cows in full profit, fat cow, barren cow, 6 cattle rising 3. 6 cattle rising 2, 3 yearling cattle, 3 calves, 50 good black-face breeding ewes, 47 black face lambs, Suffolk ram, 6 cart horses and colts, 2 sows and pigs, 2 winter pigs, poultry. A very good collection of implements and dairy utensils. About 32 tons clover meadow bay, 2 ricke oats, rick barley, rick wheat. Further particulars next week. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6914 TY NEWYDD FARM. TREOS, NEAR BRIDGEND. Sale of Stock, Ray,land Implements. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mrs. Plummer (who is giving up the Farm), to SELL BY AUCTION, early in November, AS ABOVE. Including 6 Hereford milch cows in calf, 2 year- ling heifers, barren cow, cob mare, 4 bacon pigs, 2 mows of prime meadow bay, and a very useful lot of implements. Further particulars next week. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 6913 HARRY F. LAMBERT, A.A..X 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 and antique), &c. FORTNIGHTLY SALES OF FAT and STORE STOCK in the Cattle Market, Bridgend, the let and 3rd Monday in every Month. SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, &c., at the Star Yard, Bridgend, every month. VALUATIONS made for Probate, Mortgage, Sale, Agricultulal Tenant Right, &c. Transfer of Hotels, Licensed Ganger. 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 ORTHCAW.L. -Three Villas situate in Fenton JL a Place. Accommodation: ground floor, 2 re- ception rooms, kitchens, 4 bedrooms, bathrooms, &c. For sale by private treaty.—Harry F. Lambert, Auctioneer, Bridgend. 6532 MrTHarry F. Lambert's Announcements. SALE FIXTURES. Oct. 26th- Horses, Carriages. &c., at Star Yard, Bridgend. —— Leasehold Properties at Bridgend. — Sale of Household Furniture at Porth- cawl. Nov. 4th-Fat Cattle and Sheep at Bridgend. STAR YARD, BRIDGEND. SALE OF HORSKM, CARRIAGES, CARTS, HARNESS, &c, MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT begs to announce that he will hold his next Sale on SATURDAY, OcroBER 26th, 1907. Turnout, Pony (12.1 hands), Trap and Harness.^ 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 rØB UNION CASTLE MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOB SOUTH AFRICA. All kinds of Stocks and Furniture purchased by Private Treaty. To Let-Snowebill Shop and Premises, centre of Bridgend, suitable for any kind of business, vacant possession. 5649 To Let-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, Hob and Cold, balance on Mortgage. 6529 SALE FIXTURES. Oct. 28th-Furniture at Pencoed. Oct. 29th-Furniture and Pianoforte at Llwyn On," Bridgend. Oct. 30th-Sale Shop Fittings at Bridgend. Oct. 31st,-Ieasehold Property at Maesteg. Nov. 5th. Sale of Furniture at Cowbtidge. Nov. 6th—Furniture at Drill Hall, Bridgend. Nov. 14, 15. and 16-Pottery Sale at Town Hall, Bridgend. Leaseholds at Pootycymmer. Mr. Michael Davies' Announcements. 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, OCIOBKR 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 pillows, marble-top washstand, dachease table, dressing tables, carpets, stair oilcloth, brass rods, pictures, kitchen table and chairs, braes and iron fenders and ashpans, brass a nd steel fire utensils, a quantity of kitchen and cooking uteusils. Sale to commence at Three p.m. sharp. 6879 SALE OF SHOP FITTINGS & FURNITURE. NEXT WEDNESDAY. MARKET BUILDINGS, BRIDGEND. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A.I.) has re- ceived instructions from Mr. J. W. Richards, of Swansea, to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises, as above, on WEDNESDAY NEXT, October 30th, 1907, the whole of the Shop and1 Window Fittings, Gas Fittings, Counter, Casements, Cash Till, Table, Chairs, Show Cases, and Stands. 6926 Sale at 2 o'clock. TO GROCERSrwmEAND SPIRIT MERCHANTS. IN BANKRUPTCY.—RE W. J. MOORE, THE BOROUGH STORES, COWBRIDGE. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A.I.) has re- ceived instructions from the Official Receiver to OFFER for SALE, in One Lot, as a Going Concern, the BUSINESS carried on for several years past by the above-named Bankrupt. The best position in Cowbridge and the rent low. The Stock amounts at invoice prices to £ 38 17 7 Horse, Dray, and Utensils are valued at 31 0 0 Book Debts amount to 84 2 4 All these can be inspected by Appointment. Sealed Tenders for the Whole to be sent to Bridgend not later than Twelve o'clock on SATURDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 26tli, 1907. 6924 Auctioneers' Announcements. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES'S ANNOUNCE- MENTS CONTINUED. SALE OF SURPLUS FURNITURE, PIANO- FORTE, LATHE TOOLS, &c. ULLWYN ON," CHURCH ROAD, BRIDGEND. MR. MICHAEL DAVIKS (F.A.I.) ha? received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION at the above Residence on TUESDAY, OCT. 29 h, 1907, a qua ntity of FURNITURE AND EFFECTS Comprising :—An oak bedroom suite, a satin wal- nut Scotch suite, several iron & brass bedsteads, paliaf89s, wool beds. a walnut sideboard, a saddle bag and a leather suite, a pianoforte by Collard and Collard, a telescope diniop table, a la,ge gilt pier glass, music cabinet, fenders, brasses, irons, a lot of useful kitchen requisites, aleo an excel lent lathe, and a quantity of carpenters nnd other bools. Sale at 2 o'clock sharp- UNDER A DEED OF ASSIGNMENT FOR THE BENEFIT OF CREDITORS. RE D. J. FRANCIS. DRAPER, GARNLWYD, MAESTEG. O ITERS requested for the STOCK-IN- TRADE, Trade Fittings, and Book Debts herein. The Stock amounts to jE50 at invoice price. The Fittings at P-11 9s. 6d., and the Debts at L7. Particulars on application. Tenders to be sent to the under-signed not later than 12 noon on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 30th October. MICHAEL DAVIES, 6925 Bridgend, Auctioneer. NANTYFFYLLON. MAESTEG. Sale of Leasthold Cottages. "]\/TR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A I ) has received JuJL instructions to SELL BY AUCTION at the Star Hotel, Maesteg, on THURSDAY, OCT. SLST, 1907, at 8 p.m., in ooe or more lots as shall be decided upon, and subject to conditions to be there and then produceo, all those SIX LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, situate in and being Nos. 78, 79. 80, 81, 82 and 83, High Street, Nantyffyllon, Maesteg. The premises are held for the residue of a term of 60 years from the 21th day of June, 1857, at the yearly ground rent of £ 1 10s. 6d., And are let at rents amounting in the aggregate to JE3 7s. OJ. per month. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer at 21, Talbot Street, Maesteg, and 15. Wyndhgm Street, Bridgend or to Messrs. Stpckwood and Williams, Solicitors, Bridgend. By Another Direction. All that SEMI-DETACHED VILLA known as "Parkside," Alexandra Terrace, Maesteg, let at £ 2 per month, held under lease with 98 years to run, at aground rent of JE2 10s. Od. per annum. This modem and up-to-date residence is situate on high ground and near to the Port TaiboO Railway Station, and has every convenience in it. For further particulars as to this Lot apply to the Auctioneer, or to E. E. Davies, E?q., Solicitor, Maesteg. 6882 RE W. J. MOORE. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. THE BOROUGH STORES. COWBRIDGE. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A.I.) has re- •» ceived instructions from the Official Receiver to SELL by AUCTION at the above address, on TUESDAY. NOVEMBER otli, 1907, the whole of the FURNITURE AND EFFECTS of the above-named Bankrupt. 6922 Particulars next week. TOWN HALL, BRIDGEND. Absolute and Compulsory Clearance Sale of the Finest Stock of China that has ever come under the Hammer in this District. M R. MICHAEL DAVIES will SELL, JJLL Without Reserve, on above Premises, from THURSDAY TO SATURDAY NOVEM- BER 14th to 16th, at 3 and 7 p.m.Nach day, the Entire Stock of a Retail and Wholesale China Merchant, which includes the most beautiful productions of the Leading Potters of the day, and contains over 3,000 LOTS OF SERVICES AND ORNAMENTS, suitable: for every home. The Auctioneer asks the public NOT to con- fuse this with hawkers' sales of second-class goods, nor with consignments from manufac- turers (which are generally got up for the purpose), but to note that it is really a genuine sale, presenting such an excellent op- portunity that in all probability will never be had again. dni View from 10 a.m. days of sale. 6923 6923 Mr. Edward Bramley's Announcements. BRYNMENYN. BRIDGEND. Sale of Leasehold Dwelling House. MR. EDWARD BKAMLEY has received in- structions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the D,auraven Hotel, Bridgend, on SATURDAY. 2ND NOVEMBER, 1907. at 3.30 p.m. (subject to conditions of Sale to be then and there produced) all that excellent detached Dwelling House known as BRYNGOLEU," situate at Brynmenyo, together with Stables. Coach-house, and Outhouses, now in occupation of Mr. William Harrison. The Premises are hald for a term of 99 ye ars from 1st November, 1895, at the annual ground rent of 22 5s. The House and Buildings are substantiallv built, and in excellent state of repair. They afford a very good opportunity for invest- ment ia this rapidly improving locality, where such premises are few and in great demand. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Station Hill, Bridgend or to MESSRS. STOCKWOOD & WILLIAMS, 6881 Solictors, Bridgend. BRIDGEND EISTEDDFOD. BOXING DAY, DECEMBER 2 £ TH. President: W. S. WARDLAW, ESQ. Male Voice, not nnder 40 in number, The Song of the N orthmen (Maunders). 1st prize, £ 15 and Gold Medal; 2nd prize, j65. Mixed Choir not under 35, O taste and see (J. Goss). Prize, £ 8. English or Welsh words. Children's Choir, not under 30 in number, that will best sirg any piece eight adults to assist if necessary. Prize, L5. Prizes will also be given for Solos, Duett, Recitations, Short Story, and Speech. Programmes now ready. Joint Secretaries, W. McAllister. Coity Road, Bridgend John Lewis, Saddler, 41, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. 6791 THE MAESTEG Permanent Benefit Building Society, ESTABLISHED 1857. This old-established Society offers easy terms to Borrowers, with especially reasonable charges for Mortgages. Survey Fees are the only Prelim- inary Expenses that need be incurred, unless an Advance is completed. This Society affords to wot king-men especial facilities for becoming their own Landlords, by building or purchasing their own Houses. Terms of Repayment are moderate, and at the option of the Borrowers. Borrowers are NOT charged MANAGFMEUT EXPEN- SES. Advances granted without delay or publicity. Any further information will be readily supplied on application to the Secretary, RHYS D. MORGAN, Commercial Street, Maesteg. 6422 NOTICE. ANY Persons found Trespassing on Croisty or Tysant Farms will be prosecuted, and all dogs will be destroyed owing to sheep killing.— J. PHILLIPS, A. MORGAN. 6838 I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I will not be Responsible for any Debts contracted by my Wife, Margaret Ann Bray. of Spencer-road, Coity, after the 8th day of July, 1907. Signed, FRANCIS EVAN BRAY. Witness-Thomas Henry Price. October 24th, 1907. 6937 04 1. 5 I SMART J milk MILLINERY. /HSI ■———— I We venture to express the belief that our V I NEW SEASON'S MILLINERY will be found I 1 to surpass in brilliancy and harmonious effect W A anything we have hitherto shown. it Exclusive London Styles are on view, as well ly as many of our own choice creations; and *\A copies or adaptations can be made quickly f$ and at moderate prices. I *'<•»% Every prevailing style that commends itself •I; to good taste will be found represented in /i| our Showrooms. f Millinery Mourning Orders attended to with SiV'ltl the utmost care and promptitude. £ :& «>| You are cordially invited to call and see for yourself the NEW SEASON'S STYLES. fav.v# W C. STDCHBERY, xM Emlyn House (2), Bridgend. I 1- -1- -1 (RLEVINES Suits and costumes to measure, I M Always did, and will give pleasure, 1 If you want a suit without end, 1 Call at Market Buildings, BRIDGEN Auctioneers' Announcements. JBDWARD pREECE EDWARD pREECE (JUNIOK), F.A.A., I Auctioneer and Valuer, Public I Accountant, ¡ 11, NOLTON STKJCKT, BRIDGEND. TO LET.—Couple of excellent suites 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 Court buildings, suitable for any business; good living accommo- dation Bide entrance. 5717 I Tb Let—Extensive Premises on Station Hill, suitable as commodious shop, or suites of offices. b647 To Let or For Sale-Freehold detached Resi- dence, Simons tone. Coity. Good supply of water, drainage satisfactory half an houl"t' walk frem town. 6883 Mr. Edward Preece (Jun's.) 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 1.—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 newly erected, substantially built, semi-detached Dwelling-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 £1 9s. in respect of Lot 2, and are each of the annual value of t 18. Lots 3 "and 4 are held upon lease for- a term of 99 years from the 1st day of May, 1906, at the low annual ground rent of JE1 9s. each, and, are each of the annual value of 218. 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, Bridgend; or to EDWARD T. DAVID, Solicitor, Bridgend. 6886 1 D. J. GRIFFITHS & Co., JEWELLERS & OPTICIANS. 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. Private Room for same. ONLY ADDRESS:- WYNDHAM STREET, New Free Library)y BRIDGEND. 6776 W. T. DAVIES, OOLLECTOR OF RENTS AND ACCOUNTS, CERTIFICATED BAILIFF UNDER THE JQISTRESS AMEN DMET ACT. 21, Taiiot St., MAESTEG, AND 15, Wyndham St., BRIDGEND. 6737 PRIVATE TUITION. MOSS VILLA, COITY ROAD. MISS NELLIE SUMMERS, Pupii of Royal Bay Tetrace 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 MONEY MAKES MONEY. IT will pay you to borrow from me.-If you JL 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 lot of litt-le 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. 1 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 mon-for instance £ 10-10s.; £ 20- 20s. If you want money, consult me first. Advice Free. EDWARD STEWART, 1, Castle Street, Cardiff. Nat. Tel., 658, if urgent. NOTE.-Basiness can be arranged and cash sent by post on receipt of Promissory Note prop- erly signed. 6432 ANY person found Trespassing on Penylan Farm, Aberkenfig. will be prosecuted. All dogs and fowls destroyed.—H. Leyshon. 6690 Up-to-Date Appliances for turning out every class of work at competitive prices, at the" Glamorgan Gazette" Printing Works. QUARELLA HOUSE. BRIDGEND. MR. EDWARD PREECE (Jun.) has been favoured with instructions from Mr Wm. McGaul, who is leaving the district, to offer for SALE BY AUCTION on the premises, on THURS- DAY, Nov. 7th, 1907, his surplus FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, Particulars of which will appear in next issue. Auctioneer's Office, 11, Nolton-st.. Bridgend. 6927 LLANTWIT MAJOR. Sale of Valuable Freehold Newly-built Dwelling Houses, by order of the Mortgagees. MR. EDWARD PREECE (Jun.), has received instructions to offer for SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, all those four substantially built new FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, Known as NOI. 1, 2, 3 and 4, College Terrace; also HILL COTTAGE adjoining, standing on large piece of ground with valuable limestone under. Aggregate rents 215, tenants paying all out- goings. For further particulars apply to Messrs. Stock- wood and Williams, Solicitors or to the Auction- eer, 11, Nolton-street, Bridgend. 6928 If you have any difficulty in securing the "Gazette," write to the Head Office. Notices. Bridgend Public Library Lectures. T119 Second of the Series of Lectures will be JL delivered at the TOWN HALL. BRIDGEND, ou WEDNESDAY, (jCT. 30th, 1907, at 8 p ni. Subject -.—"INDIA TO ENGLAND, OVER- LAND." Lecturer:-MR. ELIOT CRAWSHAY WILLIAM; The Lecture will be illustrated by lantern alidep. Reserved Seats, ODe fSlnlliop the remainder of the hall free, but a collection will be tnache towards expanses. The proceeds of the Lecture will be devoted to the purchnse of books for the Library. 6873 GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. OGMORE GROUP Of SCHOOLS. APPLICATIONS are invited for the post of n- Cleantr of the Gilfach Goch Mixed and Infants' Councit School. Salary JB35 per annum, with allowances accord- ing to the kc-.tle of the Committee. Further particulars and conditions may be ob- tained from Rev.'Chxrles Williams, Clerk to the Manngerp, Ojjmore Vale, to whom applications should be sent immediately. Education Department, 35, Park Place, Cardiff, 17th October, H?07. 6890 GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. Lectures at Cardiff on the Veterinary Hygiene of Farm Stock. A COURSE OF TWELVE LECTURES on the Veterinary Hygiene of Farm Stock, with Illustrations and Demonstrations, by MR. A C STEWART, M.R.C. V S., will be given oo SATUR- DAYS at Two o'clock, at the Stables and Forge, Neville Street, Cardiff. The first Lecture ot the Course will be given on SATURDAY, Nov. 9th, 19C7. The Lectures are Free to Farmers. Farmers' Sons and Labourers, and all interested in Agricul- ture in the Administrative County of Glamorgan. All who desire to attend should notify Mr. K. Hedger Wallace. Connty Agricultural Lecturer, 4, East Grove, Cardiff, from whom any further particulars desired can be obtained. JOHN JAMES, M.A., Ph.D., Chief Education Official. Education Offices, Park Place. Cardiff. 22nd October, 1907. 6S99 GLAMORGAN COUNTY COUNCIL. Short Course for Farmers. SHORT COURSE for Farmers, Farmers' Sons, CJL and others interested in Agriculture in the Administrative County of Glamorgan, will be held at the University Colleee, Cardiff, under the direc- tion of Principal Griffiths, F.R.S., from Nov. 4th to DEC. 14th, 1907. The Course will consist of Lectures and practical woik in the Elementary principles of Agricultural Chemistry. Agricultural Botany, Agricultural Geo- logy, and Agricultural Practice. The number to be admitted to the Course will be limited, and those who are admitted will receive instruction free of charge The Prospectus and Syllabus of the Course, and any further iuformation desired, will be forwarded on application to Mr. Hedger Wallace, County Agricultural Lecturer, 4, East Grova, Cardiff. JOHN JAMES, M.A.. Ph.D.. Chief Education Official. Education Offices, Park Place, Cardiff. 22nd October, 1907. 6E98 Tenders. WANTED, TENDERS for hauling the work- men's house coal from Bryncethin Pit Coll- iery. Tenders to be sent to Mr. JAMES PERRIAM, Canola, 6891 Bryncoch. THK Governors of the Bridgend County School invite TKNDKRS for supplying the School wifih COAL and COKE for six months. Tenders should be received by the undersigned on or before 2 o'clock on Monday next, the 28th instant (addressed to the School, and should state quality and nrice per ton, delivered and plactd in the School Coal-house. No tender necessarily accepted. H. EYNON LEWIS, Bryncethin, Bridgend, Clerk to the Governors. Oct. 24th, 1907. 6932 TOWN HALL. BRIDGEND, SUNDAY NEXt" JL OCTOBER 27Lh, at 8 p.m. GRAND Sacred Pictorial Concert. Chairman REV. J. HAROLD WILLIAMS. Artistes: Miss Hannah Cole, Miss Elsie Roberts, Cert. R.A.M.; Mis4i BroDwen Evans, Mr. J. P. Jones. Elocutionist, Mr. A. Ward. J.P., F.R.G.S. (of Toronto, Canada). Accompanist, Mr. W. Ley- shon, A.L C.M. Silver Collection at doors. 6916 TOWN HALL, BRIDGEND. MOVDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 28th, 1907. LIVING CANADA. Descriptive Lecture by MR. A. WARD, J.P.. F.R.G.S. (of Toronto, Canada). Moving Pictures and thn finest Lantern Views in the World. COLONEL TTTBBERVILL, J.P., Ewenny Priory, will preside. Doors open at 7.30. start 8 p.m. Tickets, Is., 6d., and 3d. Children's Entertainment at 6 6915 CAERAU, (VIA BRIDGEND) OPEN AND LOCAL SHOW of POULTRY, PIGEONS, CAGE BIRDS. RABBITS and QATS, To BE HELD ON DUFFRYN FARM GROUNDS ON WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6th, 1907. JUDGE O. E. HODGE. Esq.. BRISTOL. 16 Open Classes, 34 Local Classes. 50 Cash and other Specials. Champion Cup, 6 Silver Medals. Entries positively close Oct. 30th. chedulea, &c. from P. H. MORRIS, Cynlais Houpe Caerau, Via Bridfeend. Fanciers please give us good and early Entries I 6893 F. T. MOSSFORD & Co. Jk MONUMENTAL MASONS, II COITY STREET, JM BRIDGEND. rplg Alfto at Fairoak Road, Cardiff, and Tynewydd Rd., Barry. Prices and designs sent on request. 6419
iUrtfjs, JHarriagcs & Deaths DEATHS. EDWARDS.—On the 22ad inst., at Parkfield. Hatch End, Middlesex.—Jane, the wife of T. Dill Edwards, and daughter of the late David David, Penylan, St. Brides Major, aged 41 years. 6941 DANIEL.—Oil the 20th inst.. at 66 Grove-road, Bridgend, Annie Elizabeth, the dearly be- loved daughter of Samuel and Hannah Sophia Daniel, aged 28. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory or Jennie, the beloved daugh- ter of Wm and Catherine Griffiths, Cloth Hall, Nantymoel, who died on Wednesday, Oeb. 23rd, 190.. ACKXO WLEDGEMEN T. Mr. and Mrs. S. Daniel wish to thank their numerous friends for their kind sympathy in. their sad bereavement.
P,rinting.-All kinds of Jobbing Work, Artistic and Commercial, executed in the Best Style and at Reasonable Prices, at the Glamorgan G-aaettee" Offices, Bridgend, Posters in any size, shade, colour, or combin- ation of colours; and every description of Letterpress Printing.
FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25th, 1907. The full text of the notice proclaiming the creation of the decoration for bravery in mines and quarries, announced by King Edward on His Majesty's visit to Cardiff, is now published, and aooeais elsewhere. There will be two classes of medals, the first of silver and the second of bronze, each having the effigy of the King and Queen on the obverse and on the reverse a design re- presenting the rescue of a miner and the in- scription. "For courage." The medals will be suspended by a dirk blue ribbon, with a yellow stripe on either side, upon which any further accounts of bravery of the kind will be recorded by means of b^rs. The decora- tions. of course, will only be awarded in cases of gallantry in which the nersoni have en- dangered their lives to save those of others. It is interesting to note that women are eligible for the decoration. The financial position in resrard to the abandoned Maesteg reservoir daily becomes mciserious as the expensive legal proceed- ings in the Official Referee's Court drags on. It is bad enough to spend over £ 20,000 on abandoned works, but it is quite appalling to be faced with a claim for £ 46.000 and to have to incur arbitration costs of the magnitude of those now being piled up at the Official Referee's Court. To whav amount of dam- ages Mr. Muir Mackenzie will conclude the contractors are entitled remains to be seen. If a very considerable portion of the claim be awarded, it were better far to have completed the work and chanced the results. As the matter is sub judice we cannot comnvent upon it, but we can express the opinion that it :5 a great pity so much public money-is being expended on legal proceedings. The employ- ment of eminent counsel and first-class ex- perts for such a lengthy pc rioo will mean the adding of a large sum to* the heavy amount otherwise incurred, and it is a great pity that such expensive proceedings could not have in some way been avoided.
LOCAL N K VV 8. —«. lour old friend, Tom Jepson. is now Pro- prietor of the York Hotel. Bridgend. Call and see him. The Celebrated' Lipton's Teas and Provi- sions may be had of the Sole i^j?eiit tor Bridg- end—T. Woodward, near The Bridge. HARVEST THANKSGIVING Service of Song at C.M. Mission-hall, Nolton-street, next Sun- day evening, 6.15. Singing bv Mission Choir. 6901 REV. WM. EYANS. M.A.. Pembroke Dock, chairman of the General As^niblv, and grandson of the noted Evans, of Tonvrefail, will officiate at Hermon next Sunday. BRIDGEND Y.W.C.A. & Y.M.C. A.—Pre- liminary Notice.—A Grand Concert in aid of the funds of the above Associations will be held in the Bridgend Town-hall on Wednes- day evening, the 4th December. Full par- ticulars later. 6906 SACRED CONCERT.—We would call the atten- tion of readers to the sacred illustrated con- cert which will be given in the Town-hall next Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock. The songs and recitations will be illustrated on a 28ft. square screen. THE BRIDGEND QUADRILLE CLASS will hold their first long night dance in the Drill-hall, Bridgend, on Wednesday next, October SOth. Dancing from 8 p.m. to 3.30 a.m. Mr. Tom Hopkins's Band and M.C.'s will be in attend- ance. Refreshments will be pi-ovided at reasonable prices. Popular nrices: Doubles. 2s.; Gents, Is. 6d. Ladies,* Is. 6895 LiviNG CANADA.On Monday evening. Colonel Turbervill will preside at an illus- trated lecture to be given in the Town-hall by Mr. A. Ward, F.R.G.S., of Toronto, Canada. Mr. Ward claims to have some of the finest pictures, both cinematograph and lantern, in the world. He has travelled pretty well all over Canada, and the oictures which will be shown are from his own photographs. LOCAL ARTIST'S DRAWINGS.—Mr. J. Hard- wicke Price, of Bridgend, has presented to the Swansea Liorary Committee for the Art Collection, six pen and ink drawings by Mr. G. Howell Baker, of Bridgend. RVTHIK FAWR.—Farmers in the Vale of Glamorgan will be interested to learn that Rythin Fawr and Tresaison f arms have been transferred to Mr. Daniel Jenkins, the popular tenant. The property it will be re- called. was sold by auction a fortnight ago, to Mr. H. J. Randall. junr., "for a client," the price being £ 2,850. ANNIVERSARY.—The first anniversary of the C.M. Mission-hall was celebrated on Sunday and Monday, the special preachers being the Rev. W. W. Lewis, of Carmarthen, and the Rev. W. Davies. of Penarth. On Sundiy evening the choir nicely rendered an anthejn, under the conductorsViip of Mr. W. Loveluck. There were crowded congregations at both evening services, and the collections, on be- half of the church funds, realised nearly £20, LADY CYCLIST KILLED.-M.any residents of Bridgend will regret to learn of the death of iss Violet Humby, which occurred in a tragic manner at Southsea. On Monday afternoon she was c-clingfllong Lumps Lane, Southsea, close to the sea front, when she was thrown from her machine in front of a corporation cart. One of the wheels of tho heavy vehicle passed over her head, inflicting terrible injuries, from which she died in hos- pital the same evening. Miss Humby. who was 21 years of age, was a frequent visitor at Bridgend, staying with relatives in Park- street. BRIDGEND PARLIAMENT.—A meeting of the Bridgend Parliamentary Debating Society was held at the Free Library Lecture Hall on Tuesday, when it was resolved to hold a Parliament this winter. Mr. Micha#! Davies and Mr. W. Hopkins wene unani- mously re-elected speaker and hon. secretary respectively, and about 30 members were en- rolled. The Labour members, led by Mr. C. E. Lloyd, being in a majority, will bring in a King's Speech at next Tuesday's meeting, when it is hoped Conservative and LiberatI members will present a strong opposition in order to make the society a success. Ladies are specially invited to attend. HOCKEY.—Bridgend Y.M.C.A. v. Barry.—A match was played between the above teams at Bridgend on Saturday, resulting in a win for the Y.M.C.A. by 4 goals to 1. The local team lined cut as follows: -Goal. Harvey; backs. Piercy and Low; half-backs. Mules, Randall and W. E. Burgess: forwards, Rhys, Gaylard. Cound, Coath. and G. H. Burgess. The form displayed by the Y.M.C.A. players was a considerable improvement on that of the previous match. The forwards combined better, and their attack in consequence was > more formidable. The home backs were again admirable. practicallv every attack by the opposing side being quickly and decisively ■ held in check. Altogether the local team is to he heartily congratulated on the result. THE LATE MRS. WATKINS.—The funeral took place on Monday afternoon, amid many signs of sorrow and sympathy, of the late Mrs. Watkins. wife of Mr. James Watkins, of Plas- y-coed. Park-street. Bridgend. The deceased, who was 67 years of age, was a native of the town, and had conducted a boot business for 40 years. Her beautiful character had won for her the greatest respect, and her death will be mourned by a large circle of friends. Mrs. Watkins was a faithful member of the Wesleyan Church, and had held the office of a- class teacher. The funeral was largely at- tended. the leading tradesmen of the town assembling to pay a last tribute of esteem. A brief service was held at the house orior to the departure of the cortege, and Rev. R. Oderv (Wesleyan minister) conducted an im- pressive service fit the Wesleyan Chapel and spoke in eulogistic terms of the deceased lady. The rev. gentleman also performed the last sad rites at the Cemetery, where the intermevt took place. There were several beautiful floral tributes. The funeral ar- rangements were carried out by Mr. Leonard Rhys, Queen-street. (Other Local News cu Page 8.) §