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The Basnmowtla' Wednesday, ftfcroarp 911), 1916, GRAND CONCERT BY THE BBLGIAM S O € I E T IT PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE British and Belgium lied Cross Fund, Doors open at 7.30. p.m. To commence at 8. ij ♦ „ lS Li.O j' — (11-J. '{;"2':£!ii:;W:j;ï:¡-}'T.Ç¡-=-Y[-f ?, !t ,l,???s?< jj; ■ r •• i H $? ?'? ? ?? ??3 L? ?.t.??t.J ? ?j 0i TH ALL- TE¿L SSCYCLE hH '? i'j' nine to buy, is easy to ride, is always |j -es. d and ?s 8uaranteed for ever, t in d Ij D- A h Si w!tn U'unlop tyres and Stur.ney- Arch er 3-spaed gear. Prices from §j ".0' ? ?5/T3/Q o? 3'4pM°??.?. || sz\i-.1 a o.c. 'or Iht Book oj ike Raleigh.. |l 1;11  E-<  si 2 Il1 s S | '53 |#  m j>#é:;¡ iel 1 Õ sl f>S ? g ? ? 0 f gs- £ 1 C.V'-JI .g? p'L? ?L ?? ¡Ill ?' ?? ?-  \,j I' z en  ?'   t" ? m \Ç'¡:: I, tn 0 l! § §$%] I" ( -J¡ \J' |w • F'nf ,°r "'y"1!st v<v' ;¡',];t;I ,(I',l: ŸiJ Atf:¿ t I b lP "j U:, ];:10 :,st,, Hhrii:t,; 'j ) In' (/i//í.. .H!h i "IIt¡" Y 1\ \:Yk; 6tt,J)). !(: :)/l .? ,:Co? L ,td" ? 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Sale by Tender Building Material, Timber, Planks, Sills, Window Frames, Trestles, Benches, Hods, Lndders, Gravestones, Building Stones, Grindstones, Slates, Buildings, Sheds, Machinery, Kirchner, Pinning and Morticing Maebinei, 8t H.P. Cundall Oil Engine, Two excel- lent Motor Cycles in perfect order, Offices Furniture and numerous other effects. SEALED TENDERS to be delivered on or before SATURDAY NEXT, January 29th, at noon, to Mr. WALTER LLOYD JONES, AUCTIONEER. High Street, Barmouth, Inventory of Stock-lnTrade, Machinery and Effects. 1 Office Desk with drawer and 2 cupboards 1 Iron Safe by Shimpton & Co. 1 Desk on Legs and Shelving 1 Letter Press 1 (lil Stove for Heating purposes 1 Office Stool and Chair 6 Letter FIles and 1 Letter Files 3 Drawing Boards 1 Gas Bracket and Piping I Cash Box in Drawer 1 Punch and Paper Fasteners I.Woo(len Letter Box 1 Counter 1 Brass Stand and Part do. 1 Shelving for Screws 1 Shelving 2 tiers 2 Leen to Nail Bin 1 Sharpending Machine 1 Small Oil Tank and Funnel 1 Fire Extinguisher and 2 charges 1 Levelling Staff and Dial with Triped by Stanley 1 Wheelbarrow 1 Grindstone 1 Levis Two Stroke •• 2t H.P. Motor Bicycle, F.F. 244. 1 Sun Villiers Two Stroke 2j H.P. Motor Bicycle, F.F. 229. 1 make-up Table 1 Oil Drum 3 Storm Outside Lamps 2 Hand Lamps 1 Hand Truck 1 Jar Boiled Oil (Nearly Full) 1 Sieve • ■ 2 Flooring Cramps 3 Mortar Gaffs 1 Mortar Ladle 1 Flat Scales & 5.56 lbs.; '1.14 lbs. 1.4 lbs.; and 1.2 lb. Weights. 3 Iron Barrow Wheels 5 Plasterers Moulds 1 Pulley and Chains and Part 3 Ton do. 1 Grinding and Sharpening Machine with 5 Carbarendum Wheels 1 Hand Cross Saw 1 Robinson's Jig Saw with Tilting Table 1 Nail Extractor (slightly damaged) 13 feet of l inch. Shafting and 3 Pedestals with 1.6 inch Pulley and 1.9 inchs. Pulley 1 Direct Shafting 7 ft. long 3I1 inches Thick with 1. 2ft. 6inch. Pulley. 1 Circular Draw Saw Bench by Powis Jam§s & Co., London 1 Carrier on Rails 2 Wooden Roller Carriers 6 Circular Saws, Keys and Spanners 4 Rails 14 feet long 1 Sawguard according to Board of Trade Regulations 2 Yard Brroms, 1 Shovel 3 Spanner Keys 50 feet Balata Belting 4 inches 25 5 9 3 18 Leather Belting 2 inches 14" 2 Quantity of Wood in Saw Mill. Engine Room. 1 8% H.P. Oil Engine by Cundall Keightley 2 Fly Wheels, Tank, Pipes and Connections All Tools and Accessories in Perfect Working Order 1 Horizontal Stone Sawframe 26 feet, 4 inch Rubber Belting Next to Engine Room. 2 Extensing Trestles 1 Five Tread Step Ladder 1 Ginn Wheel s 5 Miners Scrapers 1 Miner's Bar Outside. 1 Wooden Sign, 8 feet long x 2 feet, x 3! inches 15 Builders Trestles 1 Stone Trolley with Pole 1 Tool Chest and Lock 1 Carpenters Bench with Screw Vice 5 Pick Axes 5 Mortar and Brick Hods 2 Stone Bankers 4 Saw Benches 2 Sfcoue Handbarrows 1 Zinc Mortar Tank and Sieve ] 29 Rung Ladder 1 41 1 40 Extending Ladder 1 26 Ladder 1 Steel Plate, 10 feet. x 1 feet x inOb.es. 1 ,,24 feet 1 Steel Girder 11 feet long, x 3 inches. 1 Place Shafting Iron, 4 feet 6 inches & 11 inches I 1 Old Oak Grained Door Old Bank Fixture Joiners Shop. 2 Double Joiners Benches (2 vices on each). 1 Single Joiners Bench s 4 Saw Benches 1 Kirchener Planing Machine 1 Chain Morticing Machine 2 Iron Joiners Window Clamps 26 feet Balata Belting, 2:inches • 12 „ „ 2 „ 1 Floor Brush 2 Gas Brackets and Piping Quantity of Wood in Joiners Shop. Buildings. 1 Building, 20 feet x 14 feet, Zinc Roof (One end open) 1 Workshop 26 feet x 13 ft 6 inches in 2 Storeys with Lean to Shed 7 feet x 13 feet 6 inch. 1 Office Building and Lean to Shed 1 Slied, 2 Pattitions 33 feet x 14 ft. (No Back) 1 Lean to Shed, 22 feet x 9 feet 1 Black Shed, 37 feet x 12 feet Outside. 2 10 Rung Ladders 18 Scaffold Poles 43 Scaffolding Planks 1 Sieving Screen 1 6 feet x 4 feet Portable Sectional Shed 1 Piece of Girder 4 feet 6 inches x 5 inches x 3 inches 1 Strong Room Door (Milner) 6 feet x 3 feet 1 Large Tool Chest Stock. 5 Artificial Wreaths 1 Wire Guards for same 2 Wire Brushes 1 Dozen Flat Files 43 Gas Burners 18 Old Files 1000 Wages Envelopes 7 Single Brackets 8 Pairs 4 inches Butt Hinges 2 Gross Screws 2.1 inches, No. 14 6 Pairs Brass Axle Pulleys 12 2 inches Butt Hinges 3 "4,, Sundry Odd Screws 6 lbs., of Glue (about) 3 Copper Spiral Oil Engine Tubes 1 Box Sundries 38 lbs. Galvanized Nails 3 Dozen 4J inches Screws 5 ro un(I Headed Japan Screws 1 Box Sundry Brass 12 Quires Sand Paper 2 Paisr Galvanized Band Hinges & Audgeons 1 Nail Prizer 3 lbs Wire Sprigs IBBOX Sundry Screws and Bolts 48 lbs. Flooring Brads 27" 5 & 6 inches Wire Nails 43 Flooring Brads 46 2 inches Wire Nails 41 2 inches About 40 lbs. Mixed Nails in a Bin 1 Box- Sundry Brass Taps, etc. Stone, Marble, etc. 2 7 feet Marble Curb, 6 inches by 4 inches 6 6 11 6 by 4 About 100 Red Bangor Slates 14 by 8 13 feet New Slate Balata, 3 inches 11 i, ii ii > Sundry Signs 4 Mortar Hand Boards (Plasterers) 2 Inspection Traps 1 Swan Neck 1 Junction 1 Shoe 18 feet Heavy Lead Piping, 1 inch 2 Pairs Climax Door Springs Quantity of Damp Course Quantity of Vulcanite Rock Asphalt 1 Cask (part full) Masticfor Joints 3 Boxes Assorted Tiles 1 Show Case 1 Top Range Sheet. Next to Engine Room. 1 Carved Slate Headstone, 5 feet 9 inches by 2 feet 3 inches by 3;t inches 1 Foot Stone 1 Carved Marble Headstone, Floral Design, 6 feet by 2 feet 6 inches by 3 inches 1 Carved Marble Headstone and Base, 5 feet by 2 feet 6 inches by 4 inches 1 Marble Octagonal Base 8 Pieces of Marble (old) 16 Pieces Spare odd Yorkshire Stone 1 Piece Limestone 1 Curb Stone 6 feet by 9 inches by 1 inches 1 Piece York Slab 4 feet 6 ins. x 2 ft. by 2 ft. 1 Block Portland Stone 4 feet 6 inches by 2 feet by 2 feet 1 Cefn Stone 3 feet 6 inches by 1 feet 6 inches by 1 feet 3 inches 1 York Stone b leec b mcnes oy lU inches by 7 inches 1 York Stone 3 feet by 11 inches by 71 inches 4 Ridge Tiles 60 Mac. Partition Slabs 3 feet by 1 feet by 2 inches 17 Odd Pieces, do. 1 Piece Cefn Stone 4 feet by 18 inches by 1. inches 3 Four Panelled Doors 6 feet 6 inches by 2 ft. 6 inches by 1J inch. 1 Easle Quantity Wood, Marked x 5 4 inches Drain Pipes 13" 1 3 Bend 1 Small Head Stone and Foot Stone 1 Piece York Stone 2 feet by 12 in. by 16 in. 1 „ 4 feet 4 in. by 10 in. by 2i inches 1 Marble Curb Stone 4 ft. 5 ins. by 6 ins. by6 4 ins. 1 Slate Head Stone 6 ft. by 2 ft. by lg ins. 1 Slate Cistern .Slab I ft. 10 ins, by 2 ft. 3 ins. by 1 in. 1 Carved Slate Headstone 4 ft. by 2 ft. 4 ins by 2;1 ins. Sundry Slate Slabs 2 Pieces Scaffold Planks 11 Iron Bolts 12 ft. by 1 in. Screw ends washers 2 Ton or more Old Iron 3 9 inches Junctions 1 6 inches Interception 1 Ljme Stone Base Next to Engine Room con- tinued. 64 Red Squars Tiles (6 inches) 18 Blue „ I Outside. 1 Spand Rail Landing 4 ft. by 15 ins. by 7 ins. 1 Slate Sill 3 ft. 7 ins. by 11 ins. by 2 ins. 1 Marble Piece 2 ft. 3 ins. by 3 ft. 3 ins. by 8 ins. 1 1 ft, 11 ins. by 1ft. 11 ins. by 4! ins. 1 Cap 2 ft. by 2 ft. by 4 ins. 1 Piece 1 ft. 6 ins. by 1 ft. 6 ins. by 3 ins. 3 Stone Lintels About 6 Tons Stonemacadam Quantity of Timber and Principals for Shed outside 1 Drawing Board 7 ft. 3 ins. by 5 ft. 6 ins. by 11 ins. 33 Sheets Corrugated Iron 9 ft, long 10 „ Mixed Contents of Black Shed, 16 Blue Roll Top Ridge Tiles 9 Assorted Red Ridge Tiles 37 Zinc Roofing Sheets, some 6 ft. and some 9 ft. long Quantity Timber consisting of Planks, Sills, Window Frames, Mouldings and other wood, Old Bath and Second-hand Mahogany Seats for W.C. Under Lean to Shed, Quantity of Wood Particulars of pitchpine timber belonging to Firm situate at Bontcldu, inid-way between Barmouth and Dolgelley, on the site of the St. David's Gold Mine. The Gold Mine has been dismantled. The machinery and acces- sories were purchased by Maden & Mackee, Machinery Dealers, Liverpool. Maden and Mackee in turn sold to Lloyd & Williams the timber used in connection with the foundation and support of the machinery, for which Lloyd & Williams paid them about £60, viz., £ 40 and £2J. The pitchpine timber is comprised in 4 batteries, each battery containing 10 logs or 12 cubic feet each, total in each battery 120 cubic feet, the total measurement of timber in the 4 batteries thus being 480 cubic feet. At the present time pitchpine timber in Liverpool costs 2/6 per cubic foot. The timber is of splendid quality. The panelling of the stairs at Mr Sbarley's Bungalow, Llanaber, recently erected by Lloyd & Williams, was made from the Bonc- ddu timber, The principal portion of the timber is embedded in the concrete foundations which supported the machinery. It is estimated that it will cost X4 per battery to get the timber out, total for the 4 batteries £ 16. The eartage from Bontddu to Barmouth would be 8 per ton. Each battery comprises 4 tons of timber; total (four batteries) 16 tons at 8s. per ton (j 8 0 Add labour, and helping to load say 10 0 R7 8 0 The value of the timber to Messrs Lloyd and Williams is thus as follows: 4 4 batteries, 120 bubie feet each, total 480 feet at 2/6 60 0 0 Less cost of getting timber concrete at £4 per batteery 16 0 0 Cartage to Barmouth, 16 tons at 8/- per ton 6 8 0 Labour,man to assist with loading 1 0 0-23 8 0 £ 37 8 0 Don't Forget ST. DAVID'S EVE. FED. 29th, High-Class Concert