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-J* TfcTTITT A O— /^r\ Watchmakers, Jewellers JLl. X5JQjJZZL. £ Oc/ and Opticians, DUNRAVEN PLACE, BRIDGEND. iPrincipate: ALBBBT & EDWARD DOLD AND E. M. NEEDHAM. Nat. Tel. 1Y2. We have just laid in a complete New Stock of all the Latest Novelties. iffi* See our New Window Display, the Best Assortment ever shown. EVERYTHING NEW AND UP-TO-DATE. Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Silver Watches at all Prices, Consistent with good Workmanship. Every one Guaranteed. GOLD BROOCHES, BRACELETS. ALBERTS GUARDS, NECKLETS and LOCKETS in all the Newest Patterns. VERY CHOICE REAL GEM ENGAGKMENT RINGS. The Best House in the District for WEDDING & KEEPER RINGS. Private Rooms for customers. A Present given with each Wedding Ring. 11 I!P.P' 1, I Large Stock of Marble Clocks, and other Goods suitable for Presentations. SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF FANCY GOODS, Consisting of Silver and Gilb Photo Frames, Inkstands, Scent Bottles, Trinket Boxes, Manicure Sets, Cigar and Cigarette Cases, Match Boxes, &c., &c. GRAMOPHONES. The Best Talking Machines Invented. From 30/ ALL THE NEWEST RECORDS FROM Is. EACH. THE UP-TO-DATE "WATCHMAKEES & JEWELLERS HAVE NOW OPENED THEIR NEW Wyndham Street Premises. Pioneers of Low Prices, it will save you money to purchase your New Year Presents. Look at their New Display. *i* PRIVATE ROOM FOR Engagement, Dress, Keeper, and Wedding Rings, With which we give a Useful Present; DON'T FORGET, IT'S GRIFFITHS', HENCEFORTH The Wyndham Street Jewellers, BRIDGEND. REPAIRING by Experienced Staff on Premises. HIGH-CLASS ARTIFICIAL TEETH (ENGLISH AND AMERICAN). SINGLE TOOTH I COMPLETE SET From 2s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. From J61 Is. 0d. to Y.5 5s. 0d. £ 1ROWN, I^AR, AND JgRIDGE fJlEETH J1ILLBD WITH ^^OLD ^^ORK. AND OTHER jy/JATERIAL. TEETH ON MORE COSTLY MATERIAL, NAMELY:- GOLD, PLATINUM, AND SILVER,AT MODERATE CHARGES. ORDINARY EXTRACTIONS 18. COCAINE AND ETHER EXTRACTIONS i8. 6d. G4lS EXTRACTIONS 58. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. CONSULTATIONS FREE. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MR. ERNEST J. ASH, DENTAL SURGEON, Begs to inform his numerous Friends and the Public, that he has Removed from Mr. W. E. Williams Chemist, to more convenient Premises, on the Ground Floor at 12, DUN RAVEN PLACE, BRIDGEND (Next Door to Mr. Frank Hawkins, and opposite the Metropolitan Bank). 4W Attendance Daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.; Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Note New Address— MR. ERNEST J. ASH, DENTAL SURGEON, 12, Dunraven Place, Bridgend. W. L. WALLINGTON, GLASS, CHINA., & EARTHENWARE, AND GENERAL WAREHOUSEMAN, Nolton Street and Brackla Street, BRIDGEND. Hoteic, Shops, and Wholesale Buyer. Supplied on the Moat Admntagaona Terms large Selections of FANCY GOODS. TOYS, and 8MALLWABE Bat Kid Cheapest Boue for ARTIFICIAL WRBATH8 ana OASES, FISHING TACKLE and WINDOW GLASS of All Kind* DISTRICT AGENT FOR ALL MINDS OF SALT, & FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT & PLACE GLASS INSURANCE. 4801 D. W. PRICE'S WINTER SALE of DRAPERY. Special for To-Morrow (SATURDAY). p (S A U y 300 Yards Strong Twill Serges (double width) for School Dresses. Usual price, 9fd- good; Sale price, 6*d- Lace Curtains and Curtain Nets at Very Keen Sale Prices. Real Welsh Blouse Flannels Specially Reduced. Sweeping Reductions in every Department. EARLY CALL SOLICITED. —————————— CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION. DUNRAVEN PLACE, BRIDGEND. GROCERIES & PROVISIONS At Prices to suit All Buyers for Cash. We make a TDTTT>"C TU1 A Speciality of Xv-Ci 1 ill A, Marvellous Value, at 1/3, 1/4, 1/6 and 1/8 (Specially Blended, to suit the Hard Water of this district), at sue :m k co:s International Cash Stores, ADAUB ST., :BBIDG END. BEN EVANS GO S GREAT SALE REMNANTS and ODDMENTS (accumulated during the Winter Sale in each of the 28 Departments), wlu coffin Saturday Next, Jan. 27th, ON and continue daily until Saturday, February 3rd, 1906. Although this is a Remnant Sale, the Variety of Goods for Selection is Immense and the Bargains are so numerous, that Parcels of Consider- able Value can be bought for Very Little Money. A VISIT IS RESPECTFULLY RECOMMENDED. Ben. Evans & Co., Ltd. SWANSEA. I i Look Out! THE Don't Forget it! MAESTEG FLANNEL & PLEASURE FAIR Will be held on 5th & 6th February Next The Largest Flannel Fair in South Wales. Large Sales of Cheap Wares, Hardwares, &c., &c., each day. CHEAP TRAINS RUN by the G.W.R. and Port Talbot Railways. The Pleasure Fair will be represented by the Latest Displays of Amusements:—WADBROOK'S UP-TO- DATE ELECTROGRAPH^ &c., &c., with a larger attendance than ever. For Space and Stalls apply to the LESSEE. 2265 NOTICE OF REMOVAL TO 18, COITY RD., BRIDGEND. GEORGE HUMPHRIES Begs to inform his customers and the public generally that he has REMOVED FROM BRACKLA STREET to the above address, where he will be A X which shall pleased to receive lit; receive his prompt all orders for 9 attention. 2302 WORKMEN'S HALL, BLAENGARW. ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD Of Mount Zion English Baptist Chapel will be held at the above Hall, ON MONDAY, MARCH 12TH, 1906. CHIEF EVENTS.-MIXED CHOIRS Galilee," 1st and 2nd verses (English or Welsh), choirs to be not less than 40 voices; prize 2 7 and a gold medal to successful conductor.—JUVENILE CHOIRS: After the Rain" (by Pinsute), published by Messrs. Novello and Co., London; prize £3 and a silver medal to successful conductor.- MALE VOICE: Comrades in Arms (12 to 18 voices), prize JB3 3s. -Solos, Duetts, &c., One Guinea each.—Pro- grammes to be obtained from the Secretary by post, 2d each.-A. E. SHEARN, 13, Herbert St., Blaengarw. 2289 ALBERT BERESFORD, LICENSED HORSE SLAUGHTERER. BEST PRIUES GIVEN FOR LIVE & DEAD HORSES, &c. Letters and Telegrams promptly attended to. BRYNDU, PENCOED. 1912 1912 MISS AGNES THOMAS, A.L.C.M., C.R.A.M., and R.C.M., TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE, THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL MUSIC. Pupils prepared for all Local Exams. Visits weekly-Ogmore, Garw & Maesteg Valleys, Gilfach and Bridgend. Accept Engagements for Concerts & Eisteddfodau. Terms Apply— 2216 MYRTLE HOUSE, PENCOED. Musical. PIANOS & ORGANS.—Latest designs and best construction, tone, finish, and dura- bility. Inspect our stock. It will pay you. With our numerous branches in different towns, we sell more Pianos than any other firm in South Wales, and are therefore in a position to offer terms which to smaller dealers would be impossible. Instruments by other makers taken in exchange. PIANOS on Hire by the day, week, or month. Tunings and repairs on the shortest notice; Church and Pipe Organs built, tuned, and repaired estimates free.-Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIANO.—Our WONDER MODEL, full iron frame, full trichord, plated wire, best check action, marqueterie panel and sconces, every action, marqueterie panel and sconces, every modern improvement, best materials, best work- manship, best finish price jB15 15s Od, warranted for 20 years.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd, I, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIANO.—45 guinea instrument (by Agello and -t. Sons), burr walnut case, full iron frame, up- right iron grand, full trichord, plated wire, best check action, bushed and mortised keys, handsome marqueterie panel and sconces, and all latest im- provements i returned from hire, condition as new; Reduced to 38 guineas, payable at 16s per month. A rare Bargain.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIANO (by. J. Hopkinson).—Walnut case, trichord, full compass, incised gilt panel and sconces, equal to when new offered for 18 guineas, payable at 9s per month.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIANO.—40 guinea instrument (by Arthur Allison and Sons), full iron frame, full trichord, best check action, marqueterie panel and sconces, and all the latest improvements reduced to 30 guineas, payable at 15s per month.—Thomp- son and Sbackell, Ltd., 1. Wyndham Street, Brid- gend' PIANO.-36 Guinea instrument, full iron frame, JL upright grand, full trichord, best check action, bushed and morticed keys, walnut case, handsome marqueterie panel and sconces returned from hire reduced to 24 guineas, payable at 12s 6d per month; a genuine bargain.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIANO by Wornum.—Rosewood case, check action, ivory keys, &c.; equal to new; good instrument for beginner price only 10 guineas, payable at 6s per month.—Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1. Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIANO—48 guinea instrument (by Keith Prowse), upright overstrung, iron grand, handsome rosewood case, marqueterie panel and sconces, best ivory keys. check action, &c.; reduced to 33 guineas, payable at 17s 6d per month. Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. PIPE ORGAN (just rebuilt), 246 pipes, 6 stops, JL handsome polished mahogany case, with front decorative pipes suit chapel seating 300 to 400. Thompson and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. HARMONIUM by Alexandre.—Solid oak case, JLL 4 full sets ot reeds, 2 knee swells, &c.; offered for 10 guineas, payable at 6s per month.—Thomp- son and Shackell, Ltd., 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. HARMONIUM (by Murdoch), walnut case, JLi- full compass, broad reeds, etc., only 4 guineas, payable at 4s. per month. Others at 3 guineas and 5 guineas, ten years' warranty.—Sole Agents for the ESTEY ORGANS, and the MAL- COLM and HARDMAN PIANO PLAYERS. Best of all, easiest to manipulate; workmanship of the best. Recitals daily. Catalogues and price lists free on application. Edison-Bell Phonographs and Records. THOMPSON & SHACKELL, LTD., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS OF PIANOS AND ORGANS, 1, Wyndham Street, Bridgend. Twenty-fourth Year of Attendance. F. GRAHAM YOUNG, DENTAL LICENTIATE ROYAL COLLEGE SURGEONS, DENTAL SURGEON, Park Villa, Charlotte Street, Park Street, BRISTOL. PROFESSIONAL ATTENDANCE BRIDGEND.—Every WEDNESDAY, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., at Mr. John Jones, Pharmaceutical Chemist §7, Caroline Street. OARDIFF.-First and Third WEDNESDAY in every month, 4 to 7 p.m., at 36, Windsor-place, Queen St Efficiency with Moderate 4 °. Consultation Free. Painless Operations b J81ij¡N 18 Oxide Gas. in !JllfJlDjillill BBISTOB.—AitMl lance daily, "t Tuesday and Wednesday! Church Missionary Society. ON WEDNESDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY, 1906, IN THE TOWN HALL, BRIDGEND, Will be held an OF EXHIBITION Dolls and Curios, The Dolls being dressed in the Costumes of the various Countries in which the Society carries on its work. It is hoped that the Exhibition will be opened by The Ven. The Archdeacon of Llandaff. There will be a Cake and Apron Stall, Music, and Addresses. Tea will be provided. Open from 3 till 6. Admis- sion, SIXPENCE. The Missionary Deputation will be Miss J. H. Poulter (China). In the evening, at 7,30, a Lantern Lecture, on Egypt and the Soudan," will be given by the Rev. H. G. Stanley, Vicar of Marshfield. 2322 SHEEP WORRYING. UNDERHHIl .& BAILEY-MAWR FARMS, BRIDGEND. ANY PERSON found trespassing on the above Farms after this date will be prosecuted, and all dogs found thereon will be destroyed.—Thomas Prees. January 25th, 1906. 2332 Wanted. WANTED, good GENERAL, able to do plain cooking; no washing.—Apply, MrB. Atkins, Pencoed. 2208 WANTED, Two Furnished ROOMS for Lady and Gent; one child state lowest terms.— Apply, G.M., Gazette Office, Bridgend. 2257 ANTED, good GENERAL.—Apply A. C. Morgan, Dress-maker, Coity Street. 2267 DRESSMAKING.- WANTED, Apprentices.- Apply, M. Powell, 50, Sunnyside, Bridgend. 2278 WANTED, a General SERVANT with good reference.—Apply, Mrs. Powell, Groes Farm, Southerndown. 2288 WANTED, APPRENTICES & IMPROVERS to the Dressmaking.—Apply, A. C*- Morgan. Coity Street, Bridgend. 2309 WANTED, good strong GIRL at once good wages.—Apply, 72, Grove Road, Bridgend 2301 WANTED, an ORGANIST for St. David's Church, Ogmore Vale.—Apply, not "later than February 10th, to the Vicar. 2351 WANTED, a smart APPRENTICE to the Painting, &c,—Apply, D. Thomas, Decora- tor, Bridgend. 2344 WANTED, experienced GENERAL; must have good references.—Apply, Mrs. Egbert Williams, Pen-y-graig House, Park-st., Bridgend. WANTED, a strong GIRL good home.—Apply Mrs. Cook, Fern Bank, Brynna. 2347 WANTED, GIRL for mornings.—Apply, Mrs' Morgan, 22, Coychurch-roaa, Bridgend. 2341 To Be Let. HOUSE TO LET in Coity Fields; rent moderate.—Apply, D. Morgan, Coity Fields, Bridgend. 2297 TO BE LET, GLANAVON HOUSE and Stables For all particulars apply to Mrs. W. Cooke, 45, Park Street, Bridgend. 2119 TO LET, LOCK-UP SHOP in Angel Street, Bridgend, immediate possession.—Apply, E. Bramley, Estate Agent, Bridgend. 2177 TO LET, 31, Caerau Road, CAERAU first- class business premises and house fixtures and counters all round suit gents' mercery and outfitting.—Appiy, H. Davies, 26, Castle Street, Cardiff 2193- TO BE LET OR SOLD, Freehold FARM, containing about 20 acres of excellent grass land and orcharding, convenient house and out- buildings, large garden of about 400 fruit trees, brook runs through, and close to a good road.- Apply, S. A. Mustoe, Daddlebrook, Woolhope. 2218 TO LET, ROSE VILLA, Pencoed; large JL garden; five minutes' walk from the Station. —Apply, Davey, Builder, Pencoed. 2249 O LET, FACTORY, STORES and STABLES at Coity Road; yearly tenancy or lease.— Apply, Thomas and Evans, Bridgend. 2248 TO LET, in Morfa Street, Thtee Good SHEDS and YARD.—Apply in first instance, John's, Coity Road Post Office. 2268 TO LET, 22, MACKWORTH STREET, Brid- gend rent 5s. 6d. week.—Apply, Mrs. Bevan, 24. Mackworth Street, Bridgend. 2264 TO LET, well-built and commodious House known as Claremont," Ewenny-road,? Bridg- end; possession early in February-Apply, W. Abbott. 2271 COMFORTABLE homely Lodgings for two respectable young men.—Apply, 3, North Street, Bridgend 2307 COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, with or without C board, for one or two respectable young men.—Norman, 104, Nolton Street, Bridgend 2298 TO LET, HOUSE and SHOP, 6, Union Street, Bridgend.—Apply, Alban Morgan, Bridgend. 2336 2336 TO LET, 32, Coity Road, Bridgend low JL rent, immediate possession.—Apply, C. Thomas, 5, Ewenny Road, Bridgend 2294 TO LET, Comfortable Sitting-room and Bedroom Furnished. — Apply, 7. Cowbridge Road, Bridgend. 2329 TO LET. Shut-up Corner SHOP, in good position in Bridgend.—Apply, 'X,'Gazette Office. 52 TO LET Willow Cottage," Tynyparn good garden 20 minutes walk from Biyncethin. Apply, Mrs Lewis, Tynygarn. 2317 TO LET, The Firs," Pencoed eight rooms— bath room (hot and cold water), large garden, containing choice variety of fruit trees, and poultry yard.-Apply, Post Office, Pencoed. 2311 TO LET or LEASE, a SHOP, Bakery and Stables, with a good Dwelling-house, on the main road, near Pontycymmer.—Enquire at the Post Office, Pantygog. 2316 For Sale. LE GGIN GS. A splendid lot of NEW JLJ LEGGINGS now ready at Lowest Prices.- Yorwerth, saddler, Cowbridge. 1436 FOR SALE, Leasehold RESIDENCE and PREMISES, known as "The Croft," Park Street, Bridgend; first-rate condition; vacant possession can be given immediately.—For full Particulars apply, E. Bramley, Estate Agent, >ridgend 2236 FOR SALE, first cross Aylesbury and Rouen DUCK EGGS, 1/6 sitting also good cross Hens' Eggs, 1/6 sitting.—Apyly, B. Laurence, Pantrosla Farm, Llangewydd, near Bridgend. 2355 TpOR SALE, Rustic Trap, suitable for any Is purpose. — Apply, John Davies, Mount Villa, Cefn Uribbwr. 2325 TSTHEJtfLBAKROWS.— FOR SALE, 200 W strong and well-made; price 12s. each -Cbs. Jenkins and Son, Timber Merchant Bridgend- riBS IRON & BRASS FOUNDRY, BRIDGEND. We are now in a position to supply all kinds of Brass and Iron Castings, including Firebars and parts for all Agricultural Machinery. We also undertake Repairs to Portable Engines and Boilers. 6176 CHAS. JENKINS & SON, BRICKS. BRICKS. BRICKS.-For price RICKS. BRICKS. BRICKS.—For price and quantity apply to Manager, Evanstown Brick Works, Tondu. 807 ON Account of Sheep Worrying, all DOGS found TRESPASSING on my Land, after this date, will be Shot.-A. THOMAS, Stall-Court o wbridge. 2260 Lost. LOST, from Mount Villa, Cefn Cribbwr, Two Geese, one dark, the other dark and white; finder rewarded.—John Davies, Cefn Cribbwr. 2324 FOR SERVICE, pedigree large black BOAR fee 3/—Apply, B. Laurence, Pantrosla Farm, Llangewydd, near Bridgenft. 2356 OURNING OARDS may be obtained at the i iML Q<mett« Office, Bridgend 1 2ND V.B. WELSH REGIMENT., BRIDGEND DETACHMENT. THE ANNUAL BALL In connection with the above Detachment, will be held On Tuesday, February 6th, 1906. For Tickets apply to SERGTS. A. MARK and J. E. DANIEL. Sees. 2310 and INSTRUCTOR FOSTER, Drill Hall. District of Bettws, Llangynwyd, Llangeinor, Llandyfodwg, Coychurch Higher, Ynyeawdre, and St. Bride's Minor, Ploughing, Hedgine- & Ditching Match Under the following distinguished patronage O. P. Traherne, Esq., J.P. (President), E. F. Lynch-Blosse, Esq., J.P.; J. I. D. Nicholl, Esq., J.P.; J. Boyd Harvey, Esq., J.P. Col. Vaughan Lee, J.P. W. A. Williams, Esq., The Rhyl. Chairman of Committee, Mr Howell Williams, Bryncethin Vice, Mr David Morgans, Celfydd Evan Hon. Treasurer, Mr Thomas Crook, Plas- y-Bettws. The Second Annual Ploughing, Hedging and Ditching Competitions Will take place on Wednesday, February 21st, 1906, On TYNYWAEN and GADLYS FARMS, in the Parish of Llangynwyd (kindly lent by Messrs. Rees Jenkins and Thomas Jones.) PLOUGHING. — Champion Class, open to all comers. let prize £5 6s (given by the President); 2nd £ 3 3s entrance fee 5s. BANKING AND HEDGING.—Open to all comers. Competitors will be strictly forbidden to use a line or gauge. 1st £2 2s, 2nd £1 10s, 3rd JE1. Other classes and full particulars will be in next week's issue. JOHN DAVIES, HON. SEC., Penybryn, Brynmenyn, 2328 Aberkenfig, R.S.O. Glamorganshire Annual Ploughing Match. Presidenti THE MACKINTOSH OF MACKINTOSH, M.F.H. (Cottrell). Vice-President: Aid. E. John, Cowbridge. Treasurer: C. W. Stewart, Esq. (Manager National Provincial Bank, Cowbridge). THE ABOVE ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH Will be held on the Garn Farm, Llantrithyd, in a Field near the Three Ashes, kindly lent by Mr. Thomas Thomas, On Thursday, February 8th, 1906, Under the following Patronage:- Lord Dunraven, Lord Tredegar, Lord Aberdare, Miss Talbot, E. H. Ebsworth, Esq., Sir Henry Fletcher, C.B., M.P. Sir J. L. E. Spearman, Sir J. T. D. Llewelyn, Sir Francis Price, J.P., His Honour Judge Gwilym Williams, The Mackintosh of Mackintosh, M.F.H., A. J. Williams, Esq., Tudor Crawshay, Esq., Gen. T. B. Tyler, Col. H. Tyler, Alderman O. H. Jones, T. M. Franklen, Esq G. L. Clark, Esq.. H. R. Homfray, Esq., Blandy Jenkins, Ew., W.R. Randall Esq., L. G. Williams, Esq., V. H. Thomas, Esq, Mayor of Cowbridge (Councillor J. Pickard), Aldermen L. Jenkins and E. John, Councillors J. W. Hall and J. Williams Dr. Moynan, W. Vizard, Esq., J. I. D. Nicholl! Esq., Lieut.-Col. Wyndham-Quin, D.S.O., G. Lips- combe, Esq T. W. David. Esq. (Pendoylan House), Messrs. Masters and Co., Cardiff, F. Jotham, Esq., J.P., Cardiff, Messrs. Gwyn and Gwyn, &c. The following Prizes will be awarded :— PLOUGHING. Open Champion Class—1st, JB5: 2nd, L2 10s.: 3rd, 21. Senior Class-1st, £4; 2nd, 22; 3rd, JB1; 4th, 10s. Junior Class—1st, JB5 2nd, J32; 3rd, jBl; 4th, 10s. (For Boys under 20 years of age). A Prize of £2 2s. will be given by Messrs. E. John and Smith Co., for the best work with a double furrow plough: also a second prize of £1 Is., by Mr. T. Stephens, Implement Merchant, Neath. For the Best Team for agricultural purposes, property of a tenant farmer competing at the match, 1st, jBS 2nd, £ 2 3rd, Bl. For the Best Pair Brood Marea, property of a tenant farmer competing at the match, let, JB5 2nd, £ 2; 3rd, £ 1. (The Brood Mares shall not compete against other teams or vice versa). A Prize to the value of 25s. 6d. will be given by Messrs. Masters and Co., Cardiff, for the most serviceable Turn-out; also a second prize, value lOs, by Mr. T. J. Yorwerth, saddler, Cowbridge, both in Senior Class. A Prize to the valae of 20s. will be given by Messrs. Jotham and Sons, St. Mary Street, Cardiff; also a second prize to the value of 5s., by Mr. John Williams, draper, Cowbridge, for the best Turn-out in Junior Class. A Prize of 10s. 6d. will be given by Messrs. Howell and Co., drapers, Cardiff; also a second prize of the value of 5s., in the other two classes. To the Farm Servant, a competitor at the match, and who has not won a first prize before, who has longest followed a team of horees with his present employer: First prize, value £1; second, 10s. Each competitor to bring a certificate of his time signed by his employer. A Prize, value jBl; second, 10s., will be given to any Farm Labourer within the limits of the Glamorgan Hunt, who has longest served his present employer, or has worked for the longest continued period on the same farm. HEDGING AND DITCHING. Champion Class—1st Prize, JB2; 2nd, jBl; 3rd, 10s. Senior Class—1st Prize, £1 10s.; 2nd. jBl: 3rd, 10s.; 4th, 5s. Junior Class—1st Prize, jBl; 2nd, 10s. 3rd, 5s. (For Men under 21 years of age). A Prize of 53. will be given in each class for the two that will best join their banks. Each banker to slope his bank five or six inches to the foot. No man allowed to compete in Junior Class who has won two first prizes in this or any higher class. The same rule applies to Senior Class. ENTRIES: Each Champion Ploughman to pay 5s.. the other three classes to pay 2s. each. Hedging and Ditch- ing Champion Class. 2s.; the other two classes to pay Is. each. Fee for Teams, 2s. 6d. each. Com- petitors to send their fees to the Secretary on or before February 3rd. (7* All Entries must be prepaid. CONDITIONS. 1. Teams to be on the field at half-past eight, to commence at 9 sharp. 2. No ploughman allowed to use hand or foot to pack the furrows. 3. Each ploughman to plough naif an acre of land with a pair of horses within five hours. 4. No more than three marks allowed. 5. The depth of ploughing not to exceed five inches. 6. No person allowed to interfere with horses or plough during Ploughing, except the ploughman. 7. No one allowed to plough in Senior Class who has won two first prizes in this or any higher class. 8. No one allowed to plough in Junior Class who has won two first prizes in this or any higher class. 9. No more than one turn allowed in slicing furrows. 10. Should the prizes for the Turn-outs be given to anyone who has a borrowed team, the same should be handed over to its regular follower. Further instructions will be given on the field. The Prizes will be distributed on the Field at the close of the Competitions. Chairman of Committee: MR. REES THOMAS, Boverton Place. Secretary MR. JOHN MORGAN, St. Marychurch, Cow bridge. 2319 2319 idiom DON'T FORGET Umbrellas Repaired and Ee-covered. CONCERTINAS, MELODEONS, AND ORGANETTES REPAIRED. R. G. WILLIAMS, S3 OLD BRIDGE, BRI¡)GEND. 1556 M BARGAINS can be obtained by • advertising for what yon want in thi« paper. No cheaper medium—or as good. 18words for 6d.—Address, Glamorgan Gazette Queen-street Bridgend Auctioneers' Announcements MR. JOHN DAYID'S ANNOUNONMBNT8. SALE NEXT MONDAY. ODDFELLOWS' ARMS, LLANTWIT MAJOR. Sale of Household Furniture and Effeebe- MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mrs Hopkins (who is leaving),, to SELL by AUCTION, on MONDAY, JANUARY 29th. 1906, viz. Nearly new piano, 12 good chairs, arm chair, dining table, skittle table, oak chest, mahogany chest drawers, linen chest, deal tables, mangle, meat safe, large writing desk, washstands, dressing tabies, 2 iron bedsteads, large boiler, dinner ware and tea bets, table linen,^knives and forks, and sundry other household requisites. Sale at 2.30 p.m. 2323 BALE NEXT MONDAY. EAST ABERTHAW. Sale of Fat and Store Stock. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructiona to SELL by AUCTION, on MONDAY NEXT, JANUARY 29th, 1906, viz. 30 Prime Fat CATTLE, 150 Prime Fat YEARLINGS. Few PORKERS and Store PIGS. Sale at 10.30 a.m, sharp. 2335 COWBRIDGE MARKET. Sale of Fat Stock. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions to JSiiLL by AUCTION, on TUESDAY,, FEBRUARY 6th, 1906, viz. 100 Prime Blaok-face YEARLINGS. Further Entries Solicited. 2334 SOMERSET FARM, ST. DONATTS. Important Sale of Fat Stock, Horses, and Implements. MR. JOHN DAVID has received instructions from Mr Edward Wilde (who is leaving the Farm), to SJSLL BY AUCTION, on MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 12th, 1906, viz. 250 prime fat yearlings, 6 fat cattle, 2 milch oows, 10 cart horses and colts, and a large and. varied assortment of agricultural implements. Further particulars in future advertisements, or may be bad from the Auctioneer at his Offices, Cowbridge. 2292 MR. T. J. YORWERTH'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. SALE NEXT TUESDAY. COWBRIDGE MARKET. MR. T. J. YORWERTH wUl hold his Next Sale of CATTLE, SHEEP, and PIGS, at Cowbridge on TUESDAY NEXT, JANUARY 30th,. at 11.30 a.m. Also 2 COWS and CALVES. Auctioneer's Offices, Cowbridge. 2333 MIIBBRS. STEPHENSON AND ALEXANDER'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. GLEBE FARM, ST. HILARY, NBAB COWBRIDGE. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER JLM. are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at, the Mart, 5, High Street, Oardilf, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10th, 1906, at Three o'clock in the. Afternoon, the valuable FREEHOLD FARM AND LANDS, Known as THB GLBBB FARM," situate adjoining the delightful village of St. Hilary, near Cowbridge, and containing in the whole, A. B. P. 54 0 37 (or thereabouts), and which will be divided into the following Lots for Sale LoT 1.—Four Fields, numbered 49, 50, 51, and 52 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish, together with the excellent Farm Buildings, Cottages, Stables, and other buildings erected thereon, the whole lying within a ring fence, having a frontage te the road leading from St. Hilary to Cowbridge over the Stallingdown and the St. Hilary and Card iff Road, and containing in the whole 24a. Ir. lp., or thereabouts. LoT 2.-Three excellent Enclosures of Old Pasture Land, numbered 39, 47, and 48 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish, lying immedi- ately opposite the last Lot, and containing in the whole 9a. 2r. 8p., or thereabouts. Theee Two will be offered together if necessary. LOT 3.—A Field, numbered 65 on the Ordnance Survey for the said parish, and lying immediately to the east of the road leading from St. Hilary to Cow bridge, and in which there is a good stone quarry, and containing in the whole 6a. 3r. 22p., or thereabouts. LOT 4. -A Building, formerly used as a black- smith's shop, together with a Piece of Garden Ground, situate on the Cross, in the Village of St. Hilary, and containing in the whole 23 perches, or thereabouts. LoT 5. -Two Fields, numbored 141 and 143 on the Ordnance Snivey for the said parish, situate immediately below the residence known as "The CrosB," St. Hilary, and, containing in the whole 13a. lr. 23p., or thereabouts. The foregoing property, as already stated, is situate in the delightful and picturesque village of St Hilary, near Cowbridge it jo suitable for accommodation purposes, and some of it also forms attractive Building Sites. Orders to view may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers. Further particulars may be obtained upon appli- cation to Messrs. Walter Morgan, Bruce, and Nicholas, Solicitors, Pontypridd or to the Auction- eers, 5, High Street, Cardiff. 2342 SALE of a Valuable FREEHOLD SURFACE and MINERAL PROPERTY, situate at Llantwit Fardre. MESSRS. STEPHENSON & ALEXANDER are instructed to SELL by AUCTION, at the Mart, 5, High Street, Cardiff; on SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 17th, 1906, at Three o'clock in the After- noon, the Valuable SURFACE and MINERAL PROPERTY, Known as MAESTEG FARM, Situate at Llantwit Vardre, in the County of Glam- organ, within a short distance of Church Village, and near to the Town of Pontypridd, the Surface containing an area of 30a. Ir. 17p. (or thereabouts), and now in the occupation of Mrs. Ann Lewis upon an annual 2nd February tenancy, and lying between the Taff Vale and Barry Railways, near Treforest, and near the Taff Vale Railway Station, at Tre- forest. THE VALUABLE MINERALS underlying the above Farm and Lands, the property of the Taff Vale and Barry Railway Companies, containing an area of 32a. 2r. 34p. (or thereabouts), are included in the Sale. Plans, Particulars, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained upon application to the Auctioneers, 5, High Street, Cardiff; or to Messrs. W. R. Daviea and Co., Solicitors, Pontypridd. 2341

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