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.MI1.MU.,« <M«>J lw w-a An Exceptional SALE AT — J »■ Stuchbery's. ■«* HELD UNDER EXCEPTIONAL CIRCUMSTANCES. •5>i FOR T DAYS ONLY, !{• -I(;y 1.oIIII! LADY Readers will readily understand the exceptional circumstances the Draper has had to contend with during the present season. Having bought in larger quantities than usual at the commencement of the Season—in order to protect customers from higher prices through the Season- a large proportion of these goods are left on hand, owing to the partial loss of the Season's Trade in Coloured Goods through National Mourning, and we feel confident that our clients will appreciate our very early efforts to reduce our Stock by substantially lowering prices, now in the very HEART OF THE SEASON. Please note that this is not our usual SUMMER SALE when all Goods are Reduced, we do not wish to mislead anyone, the Goods we shall offer you during the next Seven Days are of a purely summer character—Summer Cos- tumes. Dresses, Blouses, Skirts, Millinerv, Feather Boas, Sunshades, Lace Goods, Delaines, Voiles, Muslins, Linens and Prints also Children's, Maids' and Infants' Washing Dresses, Costumes, Overalls, Pellisses, Millinery, etc., and everv item will be a GENUINE BARGAIN.-Here is an example:- 200 Yards of French Pointed Wool Delaine, in various Designs- Usual Prices from 11|d. to 1/6$Sale Price, 6Id. per yas^d. N A* A 4AAAAAAAA A Prices Reduced. y-r 'QJ. « r EMLVN BOUSE, Quality Maintained. V. *15 lU^ll UClV) BRIDGEND. k!I8IY- Auctioneers' Announcements. HARRY F. LAMBERT (Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute of the United Kingdom). AUCTIONEER, VALUER, LAND & ESTATE AGENT, HOTEL VALUER AND GAUGER, FIRE ASSESSOR AND ACCOUNTANT. SALES conducted of Estates, House Property, Freehold Ground Rents, Farming Stock (three months' credit), Growing Timber, Machinery, Household Furniture modern and antique). SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, &c., at the Star Yard, Bridgend, every month. VALUATIONS made for Probate, Mortgage, Sale, Tenant Right. Hotels, &c. PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE in management of Estates. Ground Rents Collected. AGENT for Life, Accident, Fire, and Live Stock liiB^ranoe, also Workmen's Compensation. Varionw Freehold ana .u- hold Residences and Villas in IJridgend, Porthcawl, aim to be Let or Sold. Furnished & Unfurnished Houses and Bungalows to be Let at Porthcawl. Reasonable Terms given for Selling Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Telegrams-" LAMiSI!lRT,Auc'l'IOXEJ<J.k, B;:TT\i'EXD.' Nat. Telephone 0198. Oilices—PRUDENTIAL BUILDINGS, BRIDGEND. Branch Offices at Aberavon, Porthea-vl, and Maes teg. 4-364 For Sale by Private Treaty, freehold semi-de- tached Villa Residence in Victoria Avenue, Porthcawl, apply—Harry F. Lambert, Auctioneer, Bridgend. 2298 FIXTURES. July 2tid-Sale of Hay Crop and Latterinath at IJridgend. Jury-ale of Brickworks, etc.. at Llanelly. i uly- Sale of Horses, Ca i ia,i, etc.. at Bridgend BRIDGEND. ;Sale of Standing Hay Crop and Latterinath at Sunnyside Field. MR. HARRY F. LAMBERT, F.A.I., has received instructions to Sell by Auction at the above Field on SATURDAY, Jn/sr 2nd, 1910, at a p.m,, prompt. THE STANDING HAY CROP find LATTERMATH at Sunnyside Field contiin- ing an area of 8j, acres or thereabouts. The Hay Crop will be Sold together mill the Latter math to December 25th, 1910. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend. 2327 HOWELL WILLIAMS AUCTIONEER, TENANT RIGHT AND HOTEL VALUER, BRIDGEND. I LLANTWIT MAJOR. 'WHITE LION AUCTION MART. "MONDAY, J-TTLY 4tb, 1910, at 11.30 a.m. Present Entries:- -gg GRAND FAT CATTLE. -400 CHorCE FAT SHEEf iiii(I LAMBS. DAIRY FED PORKERS, CALVKS, Ac. Further Entries Solicited. HOWELL WIMJAMS, F.A.f., Auctioneer, Bridgend and Cardiff. 2314 Mr, Mward Bramley's Announcements. THORNEYCROFT, BRIDGEND. ■ ."Sate dt Valuable Furniture, Piano, Etc. Mn. EDWARD BRAMLEY has received in- sfcrwcflions from J. M, Carrey, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SELL BN AUC- TION on the premises on TCE-SPAY, -Jujy 5th, 1910, a quantity of EXCELLENT FURNITURE, Comprising haby grand lliano, by Obermeier, in most excellent condition, being nearly new 5ft. carved oak pedestal writing table, handsome dining tAble with brass claws, oak bookcase (3ft. 6in. by 6ft.): large Chesterfield, old oak chest, easy cliiir, basket table, Axminster and other carpets m tirat- rate condition (18ft. by Hit. 6in.; 12ft. by 9tt. 12ft. by 12ft.) stair carjtets and brass rods, linoleum, fireplace curbs, gas reading lamp in brass, music stool, fumed oak bedstead, fumed oak bedroom suite (3ft. 6in.); mahogany gelltleman's wardrobe, dressing table and two marble-top washstands, iron bedsteads and wire mattresses, wardrobe in deal, 5ft. kitchen dresser, two kitchen tables, refrigerator, etc., etc. Goods only on view morning of sale. Sale at 2.30 sharp. 'Jermscash Auctioneer's Offices Station Hill, Lnugend.^ 2341 EDWARD PREECE (JUNIOR), F.A.A., AUCTIONEER, VALUER, AND PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT. FCL, PARK STREET, BRIDGEND. 4¡- CR, E V HAiR resto/rcl io its original colour by using B i HARRISON's Col(jurRESTORER. it is not a. dye, but acts naturally, is quite hut 1 PRICE 1j6 Postago 3d. B resto/rcl io its original colour by using B i HARR!SON'si=RESTORER it is not a. dye, but acts naturally, is quite hut 1 PRICE XjS, Postage 3d. B | C, W. Hanistm, W.P.S. Sr "MIM. Readingj « Asc&oneer?' Announcements, i MICHAEL DAYIES Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute, AUCTIONEER, V ALUF ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR, 15. WYNDHAM STREET, BRIDGEND, AND 3, TALBOT STREET, MAESTEG HOTEL VALUER AND GAUGER (20 Years Experience). AGENT FOR THE BEST FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES. Also for the Union Castle Steamship Company to South Africa. And the Cunard Company for America and Canada Stocks and Furniture Purchased Privately. SAFES! SAFES! SAFES! There are a few still unsold which will be sold cheaply to avoid returning them to the makers. 2333 Sale of several Drawing-rooms and Bedrooms Suites by Private Treaty from Stock. 2334 SALE FIXTURES. 5th July.-Important Sale of Leasehold Shop and Dwelling House at Maesteg. July.-Sale of Leasehold Cottages at Maesteg. Jaly.—Sale of Leasehold Dwelling House by order of Mortgagee. 16th July.—Sale of Freehold Cottages at Cwin Ffos, Ccfneribbwr. 18th July.—Sale of Leasehold Furniture and Effectlb at the Sawyer's Arms, Maesteg. SALE OF LEASEHOLD HOUSES AT MAESTEG. Bird-In-Hand Hotel. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A.I.) has received instructions to Sell by Auction at the above Hotel at 5 o'clock on T rEs D,Y, the 5th day of J U LY, 1910 (subject to conditions of Sale to be then pro- duced), the following Properties, viz. :— Lot 1. All that superior Dwelling House known as Bronawen No. 51, Ivor-street, Maesteg, in the occupation of Mr. Phillips. Lot 2. All that well situate Leasehold Dwelling House No. 100, Picton-street, Nantyflyllon, Maes- teg, in the occupation of Mr. Pilcher, at 26s. per lunar month. These Premises (Lot 2) are situate in the Main Street, and can be cheaply converted into a place of business, the consent of the ground landlord having already been obtained. Lot 1 is held under a Lease for 99 years from 1894 at a low ground rent, and Lot 2 is held under a Lease for 99 years from February, 1864, at an annual ground rent of £ 1 lis. 9d. For further particulars apply to E. P. Davies, Eiq., Solicitor, Maesteg; or to the Auctioneer at Maesteg or Bridgend. 2294 By order of the Mortgagee. Immediately following Sile of above Properties, and under another direction. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES will Sell (subject to conditions of sale then produced), ail that superior LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND PREMISES, No. 12, Magazine street, Caerau, let at 33s. per lunar month. This lot is held under lease for 99 years from the 25th December, 1908, at the yearly ground rent of 25s. The Auctioneer desires to call the special atten- tion of investors in leasehold properties to this lot, situate near the Coegnant and Caerau Collieries. For further particulars apply to Mr. W. Powell David, Solicitor, Bridgend or to the Auctioneer, at 3, Talbot-street, Maesteg. 2335 Sale of highly important Leasehold Shop Premises in the centre of Commercial St., Maesteg. Important to Bakers, Confectionel sand Investors generally. BIRD-IN-HAND HOTEL, MAESTEG. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES (Fellow of the Auc tioneers' Institute), has received instructions from thr. Executors of the late Thomas Evans, to Sell by Auction at the above Hotel, on Ti, FSDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF JrLY, 1910, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be there and then produced):— All that valuable and centrally situated Shop, Bakehouse with a Double-decker Patent Oven, a 2-Sull. Stable and Coach-house in the rear, and a large warehouse overhead, together with the goodwill of the extensive and lucrative Bakery Business carried on for many years by the late Thomas Evans on the above premises, which will in- clude all the Plant, comprising—Gas Engine, Dough Mixer, Hot-plate, Troughs and Machinery in con- nection therewith, The premises are held on a lease of 99 years, from February, 1871, at the very low annual Ground Rent of £ 1 lis. 6d. For further particulars apply toJ. Po. SNAPE, Esq., Solicitor. Maesteg, or to the Auctioneer at Maesteg and Bridgend. 2292: CWM FFOS CiFN CRIBBWK, on the Road leading from New House to Llangewyd. SALE OF FREEHOLD OR ENFRANCHISED COPYHOLD PROPERTY. MR. MICHAEL DAVIES has received in- structions to offer for Sale by Public Auction at t'ae Wyndham Arms Hotel, Bridgend, oll on SATURDAY, JULY 16tli, 1910, at three o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions of Sale to be then and there read), all that Cottage (now let as two tenements) garden or croft, situate at Cwm Ffos Cet'n Cribbwr, containing by admeasurement half an acre or thereabouts, ar:d now in the occupation of Mr. Evan John and Mrs. Richards. The Minerals, as defined in the Deed of En- franchisement, are reserved. The Land atVords an excellent site for the erection of Workman*' Cottages, which are in much demand in the locality, owing to the rapid development of the several Colleries in the immediate neighbourhood. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer: or to Messrs. Tennant and Jones, Solicitors, Aberavon, Port Talbot. 2373 [_ m Auctioneers' Announcements, I MR. MICHAEL DAVIES' ANNOUNCEMENTS CONTINUED. SAWYER S ARMS, MAESTEG. Sale of Furniture and Effects. MR, MICHAEL DAVIES (F.A.I.) has received instructions from Mr. Trehernp (who is giving up business) to SE 1 -L BY AUCTION at the above address, on MONDAY, the 18th day of JULY, 1910, a large quantity of well preserved HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EEFECTS Further particulars next week. 2372 Mr. John David's Announcements. PENCOED and TREOES, Glamorganshire. Sale of Valuable Freehold an I Copyhold Farias, Building Sites and Accommodation Lands. \/f R. JOHN DAVID has received instructions i'X to Sell by Auction at the Wyndham Hotel Bridgend, on SATURDAY, JULY 9th, 1910, at three o'clock in the afternoon the Valuable FREEHOLD and COPYHOLD FARMS, Building Sites, and Accommodation Lands, the Copyhold being of the Manor of Coity Wallii,, situate and known as Pencoed Farm, Pencoed and Parknewydd Farm, Trooes: in the Parishes of Coychurch and Llangan, and which will be divided into the following lots for Sale. Lot i.-A Freehold and Copyhold Pasture Field, fronting the road leading from Pencoed to Bridgend, adjoining Maesyrhaf, Pencoed, numbered 563 on the Ordnance Survey for the Parish of Pencoed, are. la. Of. 27p. or thereabouts. Lot 2.—The Freehold and Copyhold Farm and Buildings known as Pencoed I1 arm, now in the occupation of Mr. John Edwards, and containing in the whole 52a. 3r. 19p. or thereabouts. I Lot. 3.-Two Freehold Pasture Fields adjoining the road known as "Hcol Cwrt C:-ilym known as Morfa Bach" numbered 70 and 71 on the I Orduance Survey for the Parish of Coychurch. Area 6a. 2r. 30p. or the eabouts. Lot. 4.—The Freehold Farm and Buildings known as Parknewydd Farm, Treoes near Bridg- end, now in the occupation of Mr. John Williams and containing in the whole ISa. Or. 16p. or there- about. Lot. 5.—The Freehold Pasture Field known as Dwy Erw, Newlaud near Molehenydd Farm, Treoes, Bridgend, now let to Mr. Morg In Fred- erick, numbered 163 on the Ordnance urvey for the Parish of Llangan. Area 2a. 2r. 21p. or there- abouts. Lot. 6.—The Freehold Pasture Field known as Gwaun-y-Moor situate near Moor Mill, Treoes, now in the occupation of Mr. Thomas Thomas, numbered 61 on the Ordnance Survey for the Parish of Llangart. Area 3a. 3r. 19p. or there- abouts. Plans, particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application, of J. T. Howell, Esq., Solicitor, Bridgend, or to the Auctioneer, Estate Office, Cowbridge. 2300 BRYNSADLER, Nr. PONT-Y-CLUN. Sale of Freehold Dwelling House and Shop. MR. JOHN DAVID lias received instructions to Sell by Auction on MONDAY, JULY 18th, 1910. at the "Bute Hotel," Pont-y-clunat7 M (subject to conditions of Sale which at all there and then be read), all that FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE AND LARGE SHOP, situate at Br.vnsadler with Stible a-id Coach house and other Offices. Full particulars may be had from the Auctioneer at Cowbridge, and future advertisements. £ 363 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A/f R. JOHN DAVID ha* received instructions J- to Sell bv Auction early in JULY, all those FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES known as Berry Cottage, Aelybryn an i He View, Heel-las, Coity, the property ot Mrs. Mary Roberts, and others. Fuller particulars will appear next week, and in the meantime may be obtained of the Auctioneer at his Office, Cowbridge, or cf Messrs. STOCK WOO I) & WILLIAMS. 2369 Bridgend. Lost and iouud. -n_ STRAYED to I'antvscawen Farm, Llangeinor, Mountain Ewe, ear marked, bottom quarter cut off left ear and two splits in right ear.— Morgan Rees. 2360 ———————————————————

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