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Auctioneers' Annonncements. JJOWELL WTILLIAMS, AUCTIONEER. TENANT RIGHT AND HOTEL VALUER. BRIDGEND. Ii. HOWILL WILLIAMS' AKilOPHOlMMITS. SALE NEXT MONDAY. LLANTWIT MAJOR. VVHITE LION AUCTION MART. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS will hold hi First SALE of FAT STOCK in the New Year at the White Lion Auction Mart, on MON- DAY, JANUARY 8th, 19C6, at 12 o'clock noon. Present Entries: 41 Prime Fat BULLOCKS and HEIFERS. 280 Choice Fat YEARLINGS, PORKERS, &c. Further early entries will oblige. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend and Cardiff. 2185 THE ESTATE OF MR. HENRY BOWEN, DECEASED. TYDERWEN, CORNELLY, PYLE. (Within One Mile of Pyle Station, G.W. Railway). Important Sale of Farming. Stock, Horses, Implements, &c. MR. HOWELL WILLIAMS has been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. Henry Bowen, deceased, to SELL BY AUCTION on the premises as above, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 16th, 1906, the Whole of the Valuable FARMING STOCK. HORSES, &c., Comprising: 27 HEAD OF CROSS-BRED CATTLE, Including 6 capital cows (to calve in February, March and April), 2 cows in full milk, 1 prime fat cow, 5 two-year-old heifers in calf, 5 barren cows, 6 two and three-year-old steers, 2 calves, six months old. 40 FAT and STORE SHEEP, &c. Viz, 20 improved Radnor ewes in lamb, 17 fat wethers and 3 rams, 2 choice porkers. 12 VALUABLE CART HORSES, NAGS, COLTS, &c Including 5 capital colliery horses, viz. 1 chestnut horse, four-year-old. 14.3 h.h. 1 seven-year-old bay cart horse, 14.1 h.h. 1 four-year-old bay cart horse, 14.2 h.h.; 1 four-year-old bay cart mare in foal, 14.3 h.h.; 1 three-year-old bay filly, 13 h.h., all good workers 1 chestnut cob, four-year-old, 14 1 h.h., good in all harness 1 three-year-old bay cob, 14.1 h.h., good in all harness; 1 bay pony, eight-year-old, in foal and very fast; 2 two-year- old hackney colts 1 three-year-old pony, 12 h.b.. and 1 bay filly, three-year-old, 13 h.h. A Useful Collection of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, CARRIAGES, CART & TRAP HARNESS, &c., Comprising: N.W. wagon, spring wagon, cattle dray, mowing machine (Jones), farm cart, spring pony cart, 4-wheel carriage, dog-cart, pony trap (rubber tyres), trotting sulky and harness, water cask on wheels, corn mill, saw table (complete), sack weighing machine, wheel plough, drill plough, iron harrows, tools, &c. the harness includes 2 sets trap harness (nearly new), 1 set cart harness, 2 sets long harness, and sundry harness, and numerous other effects. Three months' credit upon usual conditions. Luncheon at 12 o'clock noon. Sale at 1 p.m. ,sharp. Auctioneer's Offices, Bridgend and Cardiff. 2210 JTJDWAftD pREECE (JUNIOR), Auctioneer and Valuer, Public Accountant, 11, NOLTON STREET, BRIDGEND. To LET. COTTAGE in Suffolk Street: rent 4s 4d per week inclusive. MR. EDWARD PKEKOE'S (JUN:) ANNOUNCEMENTS. BRITONFERRY, GLAMORGANSHIRE. Sale of -Valuable Leasehold Property, being Nos. ,95, 97, 99, 101, 111 and 113, Neath Road. MR. EDWARD PREECE (Jun.) has been favoured with instructions to ofter for SALE BY AUCTION, at the Royal Dock Hotel, Briton- ferry, on THURSDAY. JANUARY 18th, 1906, at 6.30 o'clock in the evening (subject to the conditions to be then and there read), the following VALUABLE LEASEHOLDS, In lots to suit intending purchasers All those Six Leasehold DWELLING-HOUSES, numbered as above, and producing in the aggre- gate rents amounting to jB91 per annum, landlord paying rates and taxes and water rate. Nos 95, 97, 99 and 101 are held for a term of 80 years from the 29th day of September, 1859 at a ground rent of jBl 16s 2d per house. Nos. Ill and 113 are held for a term of 80 years from the 25tn day of March, 1858, at a ground rent ot J31 17s per house. The whole form a desirable investment, having a valuable frontage to the main road leading from Britonferry to Neath. Capital tenants are in occupation, some for a considerable number of years. Further particulars to be obtained from J. T. HOWELL, Solicitor, Bridgend, or from the Auctioneer, 11, Nolton Street. 2251 BRIDGEND, GLAMORGANSHIRE. Nos. 48 & <49, NOLTON STREET. •Sale of Valuable Leasehold Business Premises in commanding situation. "JR. EDWARD PREECE (Jun.) has been i>± favoured with instructions from Miss Emeey to ofler for SALE BY AUCTION at the Wyndham Arms Hotel, on SATURDAY, the 20th JANUARY, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to the conditions which shalnthen and there be read), in one lot, all that VALUABLE PREMISES known as 48, Nolton Street, at present tenanted by the owner, in which a successful drapery business has been carried on for the past 35 years. Also No. 50, Nolton Street, adjoining, in which a boot business has been carried on for a number of years past. The lot is held under lease dated August 1st, 1877, for a term of 99 years at an annual ground rent of JB12. The Auctioneer begs to call attention to the opportunity now offered of securing valuable business premises in an excellent situation, No. 48 having a commanding frontage to Nolton Street and Merthyrmawr Road, and has also attached to it the goodwill of a business carried on uninter- ruptedly for 35 years. Value of a similar nature also attaches to No. 50, the present business having been conducted on the premises for a number of years, farther particulars to be obtained from J. T. HOWELL, Solicitor, Bridgend, or from the Auctioneer, 11, Nolton Street. 2232 SALE NEXT TUESDAY. MARKET PLACE. MAESTEG (Underneath Town Hall). MR. T PARKINSON has been instructed to to SELL BY AUCTION, at the above address, EN TUESDAY, JANUARY the 9th, 1906, the following Superior High-class FURNITURE Walnut frame piano, full trichord, iron frame; walnut case organ, with swell; solid walnut dEaw- ing-room suite, upholstered in plush, 9 pieces 2 drawing-room suites in tapestry, 1 saddlebag suite in beech frames, massive walnut colour weak front sideboard (bevelled plates), gent's leather chair in oak frame, lady's do, occasional chairs, 3 couches, fancy tables, several massive over- mantels in walnut and oak frames (bevelled plates), 1 dining-room table, 2 large clocks, 1 beautiful 6ft. bedroom suite, solid walnut, consisting of 6ft ward- robe with plate-glass centre, 4ft. dressing chest, 4ft. washstaDd (marble top), 2 chairs, pedestal and towel rail; mahogany bedroom suite, chest of drawers, 3 beautiful full-size brass bedsteads, 3 feather beds, 2 wire mattresses, fireirons, lenders, firestands, ash preventers, &c., &c., 1 iron eafe, 2ft. 8in. x 1ft. 9in. xlft. 8in.; 1 Singer's hewing machine in good order, 1 washing machine, plate- glass show cases, window blinds, a quantity of race china, and several other lots too numerous to mention, all of which will be removed to the Market Place for convenience, and will be ON VIEW MORNING OF SALE. Sale to commence at 2.30 p.m. Terms—Cash. Auctioneer's Office, 2, Geoffrey Street, Neath. Telegrams, Parkinson, Auctioneer, Neath." National Telephone, ly4, Neath. 2229 CASH ADVANCED from £5 to £5000 without the professional money-lender's routine and excessive charges, to responsible persons in Town or Country upon SIMPLE NOTE OF HAND, or on Second Mortgages, Shares, Life Policies, or Furniture without removal.—Apply, The Manager, Second Floor, 5, Queen Street, Cardiff. 1326 Headquarters for Bargains A NOTABLE EVENT TO-MORROW! (Saturday, January 6th), at C. STUCHBERTS. Most Dfesirable Bargains. SEE THEM AND COMPARE THEM. Comparison is all we ask. We are commencing our WINTER SALE Ten Days Earlier than usual this year, and our reason for &o doing is that our Stock is heavier than usual, owing to the very mild weather; but we will use the RIGHT REMEDY freely to reduce it, and that remedy is LOWER PRICES. We still adhere to our Old Custom, and BUY NO GOODS EXPRESSLY FOR SALE PURPOSES. All our Bargains I n are Genuine Bargains Utterly Desirable, of Reliable Quality, and Marvellously iieduced in Price, to make room for New Spring Goods. No Up-to-Date Drapers can afford, to carry Goods from one Season to another these days, and we claim to be Up-to-Date Drapers. We have a reputation for FASHIONABLE GOODS of RELIABLE QUALITY at LOW PRICES to uphold. Ladies know that when we announce a Sale it will be A GENUINE SALE Some Shop-soiled Goods, but mainly New and Fresh Goods. Such an opportunity presents itself to YOU To-Morrow, when we Open 01 BUI-WITEE SALE. Genuine Bargains in Ladies' Coats, Costumes, Blouses and Skirts. About 200 yards of double width Dress Tweed, usual price 3/6 to 3/11 sale price 1/61 per yard. 2 All Ladies' and Children's Millinery and Outfitting Reduced. About 500 yards of French Printed Cretonues and Sateens, usual price, 6^d, to 10ld.; sale price, 3jd. 2 2 4 Blankets, Sheets, Counterpanes, Quilts, and all Household Goods at Substantially Reduced Prices. Bargains of compelling interest in Nottingham Lace Curtains. Latest Designs. Serges, Flannels and Flannelettes at Sale Prices. Limited quantity of Ladies' High-Class Tweed Dress Lengths Z3 (7 yards in each length), usual price, 29/6 sale price, 7/11 the Dress Length. Extra Special Bargains in White Damask Table Cloths in all sizes. Remnants and Oddments at usual Quick Selling Prices. C. STUCHBERY, Emlyn House (2), BRIDGEND. 4 SOUTH GLAMORGAN ELECTION. TOWN HALL, BRIDGEND. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held at the above Hall on Saturday Night, Jan. 6th, at 7.30. SPEAKERS COL. YY YNDHAM QUIN, D.S.O., M.P., W. TUDOR HOWELL, ESQ., B.A.L. MR. J. HEMPSALL (Manchester). MR. W. GRIFFITHS (Ferndale). CHAIRMAN S. H. STOCKWOOD, Esq. 2234 DISTRICT OF BETIWS, LLANGYNWYB, LLANGEINOR, LLANDYFODWG, YNYS- AWDRK ST. BRIDES MINOR, AND COYCHURCH HIGHER. PLOUGHING, HEDGING, AND DITCHING MATCH Will take place on Wednesday, February 21st, 1906, On GADLYS aud TYNYW A.EN FARMS, in the Parish of LlaDgynwyd (kindly lent, by Messrs. Rees Jenkins and Thomas Jones. Full Details Next Week. 2239 JOHN DAVIES, HON. SEC.

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