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Established 1851. WM. DEW and SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES. F.A.I., 't 1 n AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, BANGOR (Till. 13). CONWAY (Tel 29). TELEGRAMS, "DEWSON." Sales of Country Estate3, Contents of Mansions and Private Residences. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire and Anglesey gmithfields. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. NORTH WALES. COUNTIES OF DENBIGH AND FLINT. FURTHER QpTLYING PORTIONS OF GWRYCH CASTLE ESTATE. In the Parishes of Abergele (Urban and Rural). Llanddulas. the i of Aberge.e, oloso to Colwyn Bay, and Ola Colwyn, a.nd in and about t-lio jopular Seaside Resort of Rhyl. M^ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. 'M ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., have Cn viMi instructions to Urri^K FOR SALE BY PUBLT(? AUMON, at TH? ?TEL METROPOLIS COLWYN BAY (subject to ConJitions of ??)<? to be then produced and read), ,Valuabie FREEHOLD FARMS, Attrac- tive SMALL HOLDINGS, ACCOMMO- DATION LANDS, BUILDING SITES, ? a FREE FULLY LICENSED HOTEL and LAND in Abergele, includ- ing the following widely known Hold- ing' :-TY'N Y CAEAU, FFYNONAU, TYDDYN UCHAF BACH, TY GWYN, BRON HEULOG, BENAR CALED, HENDRE, Etc. Printed Particulars. Plans and Condi- tions of Salo may be obtained from R. M. ThOinas, Es g, Twining, Ruabon; HaroMld? Edwards, Esq., Gwrych Castle Estate Office, Abergele; or of the Auctioneers at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1919. ANGHORFA," CHAPEL-STREET, PENMAENMAWR. flDf ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and 'ITI It. ARTHUR JONES are favoured ?'iEl?L b-y PUBI?IC' with instructions to by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, the whole of the valuablo ANTIQUE and MODERN FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comp¡-ising :-Fino Old Grandfather Clock, aKuo 0»k 1 Old Oak Hanging Wardrobe, Oak Chest, Modern Furniture, etc. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, The Estate Office, Conway, and at Bangor and Llanrwst. Tel. 29, Conway. CEFN DU MAWll, GAERWEN. Highly Important Dispersal of the whole of the valuable' Liio, and Dead Farm-' ing Stock on this widely-known Agri- cultural Holding, by order of Mr E. Williams, who has disposed of his .?arm. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and UM- R ARTHUR JONES will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on the Premises I as above on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 19139, at 11 a:m., the VALUABLE FARMING STOCK, including 8 HORSES: 2 two-year-old Geldings, 1 yearling Fitly, 1 aged Mare, and six- year old Hackney Gelding, guaranteed quiet and a good worker in all gears. 90 Head of Grand WELSH and CROSS-BRED CATTLE: 50 two and three-year-old Bullocks and Heifers (the gnajority of which are almost ripe for grading), 30 strong Yearlings, and 10 Bound Dairy Cows. 90 WELSH and CROSS-BRED I BREEDING EWES and LAMBS, 24 of which are almost ready for grading. 1 BREEDING SOW and 6 strong 13TORE PIGS. A large and varied assortment t of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS by well-known makers and in first-class order: Mowing Machine, Horse Rake, 2 Howard Ploughs, 2 Sets of Zig-zag Har- rows, Deering" Reaper, Horse-power, Chaff-cutter, Pulper, Scraper, Corn- crusher (by Corbett), Cake-crusher, Tur- nip Drill, 2 Scufflers, a quantity of Scrap Iron, 3 Spring Cars, and Hay Elevator. 30 Tons of well-harvested HAY, a large quantity of STRAW, 6 Acres of SWEDES, and 1 Acre of MANGOLDS. Flock of GEESE, etc., etc. On View Morning of Sale. For all further information, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1919. DWYGYFYLCHI, PENMAENMAWR. Highly Important Sale of a well-placed and compact Building Estate of 20 Acres (or thereabouts), near Dwygyfylchi, within 1 £ miles of Pcnmaenmawr and 2 miles from Conway, with their L. and N.W. Railway Stations, and good Ser- vice of fast trains to Lancashire, Che- ahiro, and tho Midlands. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON wd '?i R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., have been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the CASTLE HOTEL, CONWAY, at 2.50 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all that pleasantly-situated and compact Building Estate known as TY'N-Y-WERN and GLYN PERCIN UCHAF, extending to 20 ACRES (or there- abouts), owupying a sheltered position near the Fairy Glen and intersected -by the Sych- nant Pass road leading from Conway to PenraaenmawT, and enjoying beautiful un- uxterrupted views of the rugged coastline, the Menai Straits, Anglesey, and Puffin letand. The land is slightly elevate d and well adapted for immediate Building de- velopment, a sewer is already laid, and the main water supply is within con- venient distance. For all further Particulars and Plan, apply to Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, CoIwyn Bay and Conway; Messrs J. M. Pot-tcr and Co., Surveyors, Colwyn Day; or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor anti Con way. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. CONWAY. Important Realisation of Four well-built Villas in Cadnaiit Park, Three Semi- detached Dwelling-houses in the Wood- lands, and Eight Cottages near Bryn Corach, all iOituate within five minutes' walk of the Railway Station and the centre of the Town. M F,SSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A I., have been instructed to offer for SL?LE ￼ PUBLIC AUCTION at tho CASTLE HOTEL, CONWAY, on Flu DAY 00 TOBER 31st, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), the following well-built and highly-desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES: The Pair of well-designed Semi-detached Villas known as OAKDENE and BRYN GWILYM. Two Freehold Dwelling-houses known as INGLEWOOD and BODAWEL, situ- ate in Cadnant Park. Three Semi-detached Houses in the Worwdlarids known as TANDDERWEN, BRYN DINAS, and T AN Y-COED. And the Eight Freehold Cottages known as Nos. 1 to 8, JUBILEE-TERRACE. For all other Particulars and Conditions of Sale, apply to Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Conway and Colwyn Bay; Messrs Chamberlain and Johnston, Solicitors, Llandudno; or to the Auction- eers, at Bangor and Conway. NORTH WALES. LLANDDULAS. Important Sale of commanding Business Premises and Five Houses, in the centro of this well-known and growing Seaside Village. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES. F.A.I., have been instructed by R. W. Wynne, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the BEE HOTEL, ABERGELE, on FRI- DAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), the Valuable Freehold House and Shop known as LONDON HOUSE (otherwise The Old Post Office) now let to Mr Humphrey Jones at a rental of E4 2s 4d per month, and contain- ing Shop, Parlour, Kitchen, and five Bed- roonts; also FIVE DWELLING-HOUSES, COTTAGE and BAKEHOUSE, in Mill-street, Llanddulas. and producing a total rental of E60 13s per annum, all lot on weekly tenancies. These Properties are situated in the centre of Llanddulas, within a few min- utes' walk of the L. and N.W. Railway Station, the Beach, etc., and within con- venient distance of the important Market Town of Abergele. For all other Particulars, etc., apply to Messrs S. R. Dew and Co., Solicitors, Bangor, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. AT AN EARLY DATE. OUTLYING PORTIONS OF THE PENRHYN ESTATE. IN THE LLEYN PENINSULA. PARISHES of BODFERIN, BRYN CROES, ABERDARON. LLANFAEL- RHYS, RHIW, LLANGYBI, and DOL- BENMAEN. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. I T- B ARTHUR JONES have received in- structions from the Right Hon. Lord Pen- rhyn to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, PWLLHELI, noted FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES, ex- ten ding to an area of 1050 Acres (or thereabouts). For all further particulars apply to Messrs Carter, Vincent and Ct., Solicitors, Bangor and Carnarvon, or at the Offices of the Auctioneers, Bangor and Conway. AT AN EARLY DATE. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISHES OF LLANDRYGARN, I BODWROG, LLANFACHRAETH, LLANDDEUSANT, AND LLAN- FIGAEL. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and .n R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI (sub- ject to Conditions of Sale to be then pro- duced and read), Valuable and Highly Pro- ductive FREEHOLD FARMS and ACCOMMODATION LANDS, comprising 273 ACRES (or thereabouts), and including the well known Holdings of CLEGIR GWYNION, PLAS LLANFIGAEL, MAESLLAN. BODWROG (part of), BIIYNLTIRIOIN, LLANDDEUSANT. Detailed Particulars will appear in later announcements, or in the meantime may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. AT AN EARLY DATE. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. ￼ PARISH OF LLANENGAN. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. 1 ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION at PWLLIIELI (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all VALUABLE and VERY DE- SIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS known as TYNEWYDD, extending to 204 Acres (or thereabout), Situate close to the Villages of Llanengan and Sarn Bach, and distant about 14 miles from the Growing Seaside IVsort of Aber- soch, and about eight milea from the old established Market Town of Pwllheli. For all further particulars apply to Messrs Chamberlain and Johnston, Solici- tors, Llandudno, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. By Direction of Lord Harlech. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF DOLBENMAEN. REALISATION of Very Desirable FREE- HOLD FARMS, about live miles from Criccieth, eight miles from Portniadoc, and within convenient distanco of tho County and Market Town of Carnarvon. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES havo been favoured with instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at PORTMADOO, at an early date, the VALUABLE FREE- HOLD FARMS and LANDS known as CWRT ISAF and UCHAF and HAFOD GARREGOG, the whole extending to an area of 700 Acres (or thereabouts). For all further particulars apply to W. E. Stamer, Esq., Brogyrityn Estate Office, Oswestry, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. MESSRS. WM. DEW & SON RNCI R. ARTHUR JOKES. AT AN EARLY DATE. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. PENTREVOELAS. Realisation of a moderate-sized Farm Hold- ing, in this renowned Agricultural Dis- trict of Denbighshire. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION at the VICTORIA HOTEL, LLAN- RWST (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), all that FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS known as HAFOTTY GERRIG, extending to 3 1 ACRES (or thereabout?). For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Announcement. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. PARISH OF LLANSANTFFRAID, Near GLAN CONWAY. ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and iM. R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, at an early date (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all that Valuable and Compact FREEHOLD FARM known as TY'N CELYN, extending to 25 ACRES (or thereabouts). Also the FREEHOLD PROPERTIES known as GWYNDY MAWR and CLAERBWLL. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. of Mrs Hall. By direction of Mrs Hall. COUNTY OFCARNARVON. j CONWAY. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION at the CASTLE HOTEL, CON- WAY, at an early date (subject to Condi- tions of Sale to be then produced and read), all those FIVE ENCLOSURES of FREEHOLD ACCOMMODATION LAND, situate at CYMRYD, CONWAY, and now let to Mr Samuel Williams, as yearly ten- ant. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangui and Conway. Preliminary Announcement. COLWYN BAY and CONWAY. MESSRS WrM. DEW and SON and l' R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, at an early date (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all that FREEHOLD RESIDENCE known as ROSEVILLE, 15, Greenfield-road, Colwyn Bay, to#ethar with that Vaiunbio l'RJiEHOLD PROPERTY known as GORPHWYSFA, Conway. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Also all tat Freehold House known as HYFRYDLE, Greenfield-road, Colwyn Bay. GLYN ALLOTMENT, 1 ROEWEN, TALYGAFN. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and -LTJL R. ARTHUR JONES, on behalf of T. Barker, Esq., invite Tenders for the Tenancy of the above Valuable SHEEP GRAZING, extending to 300-325 ACRES. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, The Estate Office, Conway. MONDAY, OCT. 20th, 1919. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD. Grading at 11 a.m. OWING to the Harvest Festival, there will be Grading of Stock only for local requirements and Manchester Mar- kets on Monday next. No Stock received for Grading after 11 o'clock. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1919. CONWAY CATTLE MART. Grading at 11 a.m. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY AND STORE CATTLE. COUPLES. Etc. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1919. LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. Grading at Ten o'clock. No Stock received for Grading after Eleven a.m. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY AND STORE CATTLE, COUPLES, Etc. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1919. LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. Grading at Eleven &.m. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY AND STORE CATTLE, COUPLES, Etc. MR ROBERT G. JONES, MAESOGLAN, LLANGAFFO, ANGLESEY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1919. (By instructions of Mr Hugh Roberts.) IMPORTANT SALE OF THE WHOLE OF THE EXCELLENT FARMING STOCK, 84 CATTLE: 12 In-calf Cows, 12 In-calf Heifers, two Bulls (two year old), 23 strong 2 and three-year-old Bullocks (in forward condition), 14 one and two-year- old Bullocks, 21 Calves. 136 Strong, Healthy, two and three-year- old WELSH EWES, straight from the Mounta.in; 2 RAMS. 5 HORSES, Shire Gelding, black, 16.2 hands, rising five years old, sound, quiet and a. good worker in all gears; Shire Mare, 16-2 hands, ten years, splendid worker in all gears; Shire Mare, rising three old, 15-2 hands, quiet and a good worker in all gears; Chestnut Cob (thoroughbred) year old, 15-2 hands; Shire Stallion. 2t PIGS, including 19 Stores from four to nine months old, and also four young Breeding Sows, and one two-year-old Sow, all served. ALL THE IMPLEMENTS: Two Zig-Zag Harrows, one Chain Harrow, two Grindstones, Weighing Machine with Weights, Cake Crushing Machine, Hornsby Plough (in new condition), Horse Rake, Haymaker, Bental Mowing Machine, Deering Mowing Machine (now), Chaff- Cutter, Pulper, two Scufflers, Old Engine 65 H.P. (in good condition, complete with fittings), large Cattle Feeding Troughs, three large Sheep Troughs, eight small Ditto, six large Pig Feeding Troughs" three Seed Drills, Reaper, large Water Cart, strong Tip Cart and Frame, several Scythes. Ladders, etc. Sale to commence at Eleven Sharp. Terms Cash. ESTABLISHED 1863. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. (Parker MacKenzie, F.A.I.) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, >iHOUSE, LAND. AND ESTATE AGENTS. Head Office: BANK CHAMBERS, BANGOR. Branch Office: Llangefni every Tiiursday. Telephony 47. Bangor. PROPRIETORS OF THE MENA1 B iGU? VALLEY, AND LLANERCHYMEDD AUCTION MARTS. MR JOHN PRITCHARD is also the duly appointed Valuer for the, Juz-tices of Carnarvon in a.U Licensing Compensation Cases. Saloo by Auction of Landod Rs- tates, Town and Country Properties, the Equipment of Mansions and Private Residences in any part of North Wales. Valuations personally conducted of Real Estate for Sale by Public Auction or Pri- vate Contract. SPECIALITIES. Land Valuations. Probate, Farm Valuations on Change oK Tenancy,.Timber, Hotel and Trade Valua- tions in any part of the country. Estate* managed and lWntq4 collected. lavatories carefully made and checked. PLEASE NOTE ALTERATION OF TIME OF GRADING TO 1 0 a.m., instead of 11 o'clock. MONDAY, OCT. 20th, VALLEY. TUESDAY, OCT. 21st, LLANERCHY- MEnD. By order of the Ministry of Food, no animals will be accepted at the Grading Station after 10 a.m. prompt, at which time in future Grading will commence. PLAS COCH FARM, LLANFAIR P.G. IMPORTANT SALE OF FARMING STOCK. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Instructed by Mr John Jones, who is leaving, Y.-ill SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION, on the Premises, on WEDNES- DAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1919, at Twjjlve o'clock (noon) punctually, 10 GRAND YOUNG DAIRY COWS, somo newly calved, the others to calve end of this month. A very choice and reliable herd, being first-class milkers with good bags. 30 STORE CATTLE, comprising two- year-old Steers and Heifers, in very good condition, and strong yearling Bullocks. 8 HORSES and FOALS, including Dark Bay Cart Mare, eight years, 16 hands; i capital Bay Cart Marc, live years, 16 hands, both good workers in all gears and sound Colt Foal by Bryneryr Shire Horse, Bay Mare, live years, 16 hands, and her Filly Foal, by same sire a very promis- itig yearling Cart Colt, Grand Dark Bay Colt Foal by Llanerchyinedd Shire Horse, Dark Bay Cob. rising four, 15-2, unSroken. IMPLEMENTS: Three Tip Carts and Frames, Governess Car with rubber tyres, Howard's Double Plough, Double and Single Turnip Drills, Chain and Zig-Zag Harrows, Mowing Machines, Chaff-Cutter, Pulper, Horse Power, Cream Separator I (40 gallon). Set of Shaft and Leading Gear, Sundry Harness, Ladders. G?HarO, USEHOLD FURNITU RE: Large, useful Linen Cupboard, Couch, two hand- some Regulator Clocks, Kitchen Chairs and Tables, Cot and Bedding, Washsta-iid, Toilet Tables, and innumerous effects. Also the Grazing of the aftermat,h on about 100 Acres until November 12th next in one or more lots. Bank Chambers, Bangor. I ANGLESEY and CARNARVONSHIRE. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1919. Judging 9 a.m. Sale 10.30 a.m. MENAI BRIDGE GREAT HORSE FAIR. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. SIXTH ANNUAL PRIZE SALE OF 250 HEAVY and LIGHT HORSES, PEDIGREE HACKNEYS, WELSH COBS, and PONIES, Together with the DISTINCT SALE of TWO-YEAR-OLD CART COLTS and PITTERS. Catalogues preparing and may be had five days before the Sale of the Auction- eers, Bank Chambers, Bangor. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF LLANRUG. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. (PARKER MACKENZIE) Will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1919, about 3.30 p.m. ARP Lot 1. — The Freehold Farm known as Tanllan with House (unoccupied) and Outbuildings. Tenant, Mr Ryles 9 0 30 Lot 2. The Freehold Farm known as Lleiniau with House (unoccupied) and Outbuildings. Tenant, Mr Ellis Owen. 30 0 11 Lot 3.—The Small Freehold Hold- ing known as Pen y Cao and part of Erw House (tenant, Mr Owen Lewis) with extensive frontage to good roads, forming eligible Building Sites, together with the Cottage, in the occupa- tion of Miss Whiskin; also the Outbuildings 7 3 39 Lot 4. Hermon Smithy with oomfortable House, Buildings, and four Quillets of Land. Tenant, Mr O. R. Ryles 1 0 28 Lot 5. A Valuable Freehold Accommodation Field, Pare Bailey, adjoining Lot 4, with extensive road frontage, eligible for building sites. Tenant, Mr J. Jones, Tanycoed 8 035 Total area 56 2 23 A Plan of this Property can be seen at the Offices of Mr Chas. A. Jones, Solici- tor, Carnarvon, and the Auctioneers, Ban- be rom vr h ￼ ?nd ti)e Auctioneers, Ban gor, from whom further particulars may be obtained. PLEASE NOTE THE DATE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1919. Judging, 10 a.m. Sale, 11.30 a.m. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Beg to announce that they have now definitely fixed WEDNESDAY, OCTO- BER 29th, for their ANNUAL SALE of 125 PEDIGREE WELSH BLACK CATTLE. to be held at the MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. Several further late entries of Heifers have been received. NOTE.—A few more entries can be | accepted for final issue of Catalogue to appear on Sale day. Bank Chambers, Bangor, N.W. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Have been instructed to prepare for SALE BY AUCTION, at an early date, the remaining portion of the TREVOR PLAS ESTATE, Situated jn the Parishes of Pensarn, Llan. eilian, and Llanddaniel. Further particulars will shortly appear, and may be had of the Auctioneers, or Messrs Carter, Vincent and Co., all of Bangor. CEFNMAWR, LLANGAFFO. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1919, at 10 a.m. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. instructed by Mr H. 0. Hughes, will SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc. Bank Chambers, Bangor. PORTHAMEL FARM, LLANFAIR P.G. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1919, at 1 p.m. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO instructed by Mr R. Edwards (quitting) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION 10 grand DAIRY COWS, 33 STORR CATTLE, 4 SHIRE HORSES, WILTSHIRE EWES and RAMS, WELSH BREEDING JnVES, together with the AGRICUL- TURAL IMPLEMENTS. Bank Chambers, Bangor. 2, GREEN EDGE, BEAUMARIS. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. will SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 4th, at 11 a.m., the whale of the Serviceable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1919. PENRHYN HALL, BANGOR. IHGHLY IMPORTANT COLLECTIVE SALE of Rare and Valuable ANTIQUE and MODERN FURNITURE, Costly Carpets, Water-Colour Drawings and Oil Paintings by Celebrated Artists. Old S-heffield Plate and Plated Goods, Old Glass and China of the rarest and choicest design, etc. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Deb to announce this very Important and Attractive SALE of HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, which will include several valuable pieces of antiques of different periods, in addition to seta of complete Entertaining and Bedroom Furnit-uie by makers of repute.. ORDER OF SALE: Pictures, Glass and .China, etc.. at Eleven a.m.; Sale of Antiques at Two p.m. prompt. Catalogues preparing and will be issued to Buyers from uil ixarts a full week prior to Sale. Tho Auctioneers will arrange to collect at a moderate charge any furnituro in Bangor or District the day previous. All Entries must be made direct to the Auctioneers not later than SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th. Preliminary Announcement. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUC- r¡ TION, about the middle of NOVEMBER next, the Unarming Freehold Country Residence, r TROS-YR-AFOK, PENMON, with about 30 Acres of excellent Land. Pojses.-ion on completion. Further particulars from J. S. Laurie. Esq., Solicitor. Llangefni and Beaumaris, ,¡.J the Auctioneers, ■ Bangor. jLLYS DULAS ESTATE, ANGLESEY. TO BE LET IN NOVEMBER: RHOSM AN EUCH IBAF, 144 Acres. RHOSMANERCH PELLAF, 280 Acres. Applications can be received by John Pritchard and Cb., Estate Agents, Ban- gor.. AUTUMN FIXTURES BY JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. which will be added to each week:— Tuesday, Oct. 28th.—Brynfuches, Am- lwch. Great Dispersal Salo of Farming Stock and Furnituro for F. Barbagli, Esq. Wednesday, Nov. 5th.-Great Agricul- tural Dispersal Sale at Baron Hill Home Farm for Mr John Coulthard (quitting). Wednesday, Nov. 19th.-Gadlys, Mcnai Bridge. Salo of Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Farm Implements, and Sur- plus Household Furniture, for Sir E. Phillipson Stowo, Bart. Further particulars of important Farm Stock Sales will be added as soon as dates can be suitably arranged. MESSRS CUNNAH AND ROBERTS CHESHIRE. CHORLTON and WHITBY HEATH, Four Miles from tho City of Chester. ] VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM with EXCELLENT HOUSE, First-class Range of Buildings, up-to-date Dutch Farm. 2 good Cotages, and 125a Acres of Rich Land (80 Pasture, 454 Arable), known as the MOUNT FARM, CHORLTON, in the occupation of the Vendor. Vacant possession on completion. Freo from all Claims under the Agricul- tural Holdings Act. FIRST-CLASS SMALL HOLDING known as THOMAS FARM, CHORLTON, adjoining the above, with good House and ample Out-buildings, and 19 Acres of liich Pasture Land. 5 VALUABLE FREEHOLD ACCOM- MODATION FIELDS, situate at WHITBY HEATH, with excellent frontages to the main road, comprising m the whole 17 Acres, 1 Rood, 18 Perches, to be Sold in 3 Lots. Vacant pos^emion on completion and free from all Claims under the Agricul- tural Holdings Acts. Tt/rESSRS CUNNAsT and ROBERTS -i?- have been favoured with instruc- tions to submit the above High-class Pro- perty to PUBLIC COMPETITION at irte BLOSSOMS HOTEL. CHESTER, on SATURDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 25th, 1919, at 3 o'clock prompt. Plans and further particulars from the Auctioneers, Grosvenar Buildings, Ches- ter. or Arthur Smith. Esq., B.A., LL.B., Solicitor, 24, King-street, Wagon. CHESTER liMSE REPOSITORY. GREAT OCTOBER HORSE SHOWS AND SALES. WEDNESDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 22nd. 100 PEDIGREE & NON-PEDIGREiE COLT and FILLY FOALS. Judging at 10.30 a.m. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. FRIDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 24th. 150 HIGH-CLASS HEAVY DRAUGHT MARES and GELDINGS, BROOD MARES, YEARLINGS, TWO-YEAR-OLDS and HARNESS HORSH6. COBS and PONIES. Judging at 10.30 a.m. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. Catalogues from Cunnah and Roberts, Auctioneers, Chester. ROBERT Reows CSNBS. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. CHANGE OF DATE—IMPORTANT. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS JONES beg to announce that, owing to the Harvest Thanksgiving Ser- vices being held next Monday, their Fort- nightly Sale will be held the following day—TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st. FRANK LLOYD SONS By Direction of E. Pierce Williams, Esq. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1919. IMPORTANT SALE of the GREATER PORTION of the MOST VALUABLE and EXCEPTIONAL FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL. AGRICULTURAL, and SPORTING PROPERTIES, known as THE "LLANBEDR HALL" and "BATHAFARN PARK ESTATES," .situate overlooking the Vale of Clwyd, otherwise the Garden of Wales, and mid- way between Mold and Ruthin, intersected by the main road in one of the most favourito localities of THE PRINCIPALITY, being unsurpassed in the Alpine Regions or the Highlands of Scotland for its scenery, the whole extending to an area of over 2437 ACRES, including the MANSION HOUSES of LLANBEDR" and "BATHAFARN, and some EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD FARMS, amongst them being :— Bach fir ig, 313 Acres tenants, Represen- tatives of the late Mr Smith. PJas-yn-Rhal, 144 Acres; tenant, Mr Ro. bert White. Bathafam Home Farm, 116 Acres; tenant, Mr John Roberts. Pare Gwyn, 105 Acres; tenants, Represen. tatives of the late Mr Robt. Owen. Coed, 78 Acres; tenant, Mr John Morris. Penyralit, TO Acres; tenant, Mr William Hughes. Llwvnedd, 67 Acres: tenant, Mr John Evans. Ty'n-y-Grocsffordd, 69 Acres; tenant, Mr R. D. Wirthington. Rhiwlas. 62 Acres-; tenants, Represent-a- tives of Mrs Anne Jones. Teiran, 61 Acres; tenant, Mr Edward Jones. Cae Glas, 45 Acres tenant, Mr Llewellyn Jones. Wern, 46 Acres; tenant, Mr Edward Jones. Pen-y-Waen, 42 Acres; tenant, Mr John Jones. I Also SMALLER HOLDINGS, from 10 to 35 Acres. The Sound and Excellent SHEEP WALKS known as "BACHEIRIG ALLOTMENT." 277 Acres, "THE BWLCH," 361 Acres. Several BLOCKS of RICH ACCOMMO- DATION LANDS. Picturesque COUNTRY COTTAGES and IDEAL BUILDING SITES on the Renowned "BWLCH," together with about 135 Acres of GROWING TIMBER (in 5 Lots), which FRANK LLOYD and SONS will offer F for SALE by AUCTION (in 53 lots) at the TOWN HALL, RUTHIN, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1919, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. respectively. Illustrated Particulars with Plans may be obtained from the Auctioneers' Offices, Wrexham, Crowe, Chester, etc.; or from Messrs AkURIN O. EVANS and CO., Solicitors, Don high and Ruthin. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD and SONS invite Entries for THURSDAY, NO- VEMBER 6th, HEAVY and LIGHT HORSES (all classes). Best Waggon Gel- ding wins £10. Entries close WEDNESDAY, OCTO. BER 29th. DAVID JONES A Co., LLWYN YR ARTH, LLANBABO, ANGLESEY. Distance about 2 Miles from Rhosgooh. SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARM- ING STOCK. Tt/TESSRS DAVID JONES and CO. U-L have been instructed by Mr R. Wil- liams to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on MONDAY. OCTOBER 27th, 1919, commencing at 11 a.m., 2 Shire Mares- "Brown," five years old, 16 hands, and "Star," eight years old, 16 hands (stinted to the Fferam Isaf Entire Horses) eight- year-old Vanner, "Ross," 15j hands; four year-old Black Gelding, "Fox," 15g hands (all quiet aId good workers in all gears); 2 promising Shire Geldings and 1 Filly, rising three years; 2 Geldings, rising two years, and Vanner, &amc age; 7 excellent Milch Cows and 1 Heifer (some of which are in profit and others to calve at early dates), 25 Store Cattle (ranging from one-and-a-half to two-and-a-half years old), Pedigree Welsh Bull, eligible for Vol. VIII., calved 12th May, 1918; Stock Bull, two years old; 23 Cross-bred Ewes, run- ning with a Pure-bred Wilts Ram. The Implement.s oomprise :art and Frame, Dog Car, Market Oar, and Spring Cart, Corn Seed Drill (new), 2 Climax Pulpera, Hornsby Plough, 2 Single Ploughs, Mowing Machine by Walter A. Wood, Zig-zag Harrow, 2 American Rakes, Grubber, Iron Feeding Cages, Sets of Shaft and Leading Gears, Set of Har- ness and Odd Saddlery, 3 Stacks of 1918 Oat and Barley Straw, and a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Further particulars of the Auctioneers, Ami web and Holyhead. RHOSGOCH SMITHFIELD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1919. GRADING of Fat Cattle and Sheep at 10 a.m. punctual. j N.B.—Stock intended for Grading can- not be accepted after 10 a.m. The following STOCK, removed from SIMDDA WEN, CEMAES BAY, will be SOLD (without reserve) at 12 noon on tho above date, viz.:—2 Dairy Cows, 5 t4io a b ove ( l ate, v i z. two-year-old Cattle. 6 yearling Cattle, 3 Calves, Hackney Carriage Horse (used to all farm work), very promising yearling Shire Filly and a Filly Foal by well-known sires, splendid Ralli Car with rubber tyres, lamps, and cushions, in first-class order, by J. A. La.wton, of Liverpool; Tip Cart and Frame, Set Sha?t Gear, 2 Sets Single Har- i Frame, Riding Saddle and Bridle, Set Double Harness. At 2 p.m., same day, at BRYNHYFRYD, RHOSGOCH, SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, full particulars of which appear on posters. MONA AUCTION MART, AMLWCH. lY-M. Wednesdav, October 29th, 1919, at 1.30 p.m., Serviceable Household Furni- ture and Effects. GORSLWYD BACH, RHOSYBOL. Friday, October 31st. 1919, at 1 p.m., Live and Dead Farming Stock. Full par- ticulars next week. CAE CYNFFON LLAES, LLANEIL- IAN.-Monday, November 3rd, 1919 (Please Note Change of Date), Live and Dead Fanning Stock. PENTRE BWLW, LLANFWROG. — Tuesday, November 4th, 1919, Lire and Dead Farming Stock. BRYNLLWYD, AMLWCH.-Wednes- day, November 5th, 1919, Live and Dead Farming Stock and Land Letting. pENRHOS, RHOSFAWR, LLANFAIR M.E. H. T. Qvtsh & QON. NOTICE. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON will NOT BE LIABLE should ANY ACCIDENTS OCCUR at SALES CON- DUCTED by THEM. GRADING STATIONS. TY CROES. TUESDAY OCTOBER 21st. LLANGEFNI, MODAY, OCT. 27th. PENTRAETH. TUESDAY, OCT. 28th. Grading at Ten sharp as per strict in. struction.i.. TRE HWF A, BODEDERN. ESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON 1'" have been favoured with instruc- tions from Mrs Williams, who is leaving, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. at the above Farm, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1919. the STOCK, comprising: 3 Cart' Mares, five and seven-year-old;_ Cart Horse, seven-year-old Filly. two-year-old; and Filly Foal, 10 Grand Dairy Cows, some to calve at an early date, ot.hers in full profit; 1 Bull, two-year-old; 19 do. Store Bullocks, 10 year and a half old Cattle, 7 strong Calves, 15 large Breeding Ewes, 5 Lambs, Breeding Sow with Litters, 3 Tip Carts with Frame, Dog Car, 2 Hay Mowers (one new this season by the leading maker, Bamford), Seed Drill, Corn Drili, 2 Chaffc Cutters, Reaper (new this season by tho k-ading maker, W. A. Wood), Horse Rake, Heel Rakes, 2 Horse-Powers, 2 Pulpers and Scrapers, Howard Plough, Ridging Plough, 2 Zig-Zag Harrows, Chain Har- row, Rollers, Scufflers, Weighing Machine and Weights, 2 Wheelbarrows, 4 Ladders, Grinding Stone, Wooden and Iron Cattlo Cribs, Pig Troughs; also lot of other Farm Implements too numerous to mention; 3 Sets of Shafts, Leading and Ploughing Gears, Set of Harness, large quantity of Potatoes. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock prompt. CHWAEN HEN, LLANTRISANT. Highly Important Sale of Valuable Live and Dead Forming Stock and Dairy Utensils. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have -'I i- been favoured with instructions by Mr Hughes to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Farm- on WED- NESDAY, OCTOBER 22nd. 1919, the STOCK, comprising:—" Trcw," 17 hands high, 5-year-old, with Foai; sire, Conley Minostrel (No. 32250); dam. "Trow," by "Lunesdale Serdar" (No. 25380); g. dam, "Darby," by "Bury Commander" (No. 17831); g.g. dam, "Trim," by "Atlas" (No. 12729), "Brown." 17 hands; Hack- ney Horse, 6 grand Milching Cows, some to salve at an early date, others in full profit; one-and-half-year-old Bull, 8 two- year-old Cattle, ripe for grading; 12 one- and-half-year-old Bullocks and Heifers, 7 strong Calves, 14 large Breeding Ewes, Shropshire Ram, 3 Tip Carts with Frames, one new. never been u; Do g Cart. Ho- ward Plough, Single Ditto, Ridging Plough. 2 Stone Rollers, 2 Zig-zag Har- rows, Chain Harrow, Double Spring-tooth Grubber, Grubber, Hay Mower, by Bam- ford; Reaper, by W. A. Wood; Horse Rake, Hornsby Corn Drill, Seed Drill, Chaff-Cutter, Scraper (Powell Brothers), 2 Horse-powers, Weighing Machine and Weights, Hay Collector. Cattle Crib, Pig Troughs. Wheelbarrows, Grinding-stone, also lot of other FARM IMPLEMENTS, too numerous to mention; 3 Sets of Shaft, Leading and Ploughing Gears; Stack of last season's Straw, about 8 tons; also por- tion of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and the DAIRY UTENSILS. Sale at 11 o'clock sharp. FFERAM, MAENADDWYN. SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE, Etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have 'l' been favoured with instruction by Mrs Evans, who is leaving, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on SATURDAY, OCT. 25th, 1919. Full particulars in due course. BALOG, LLANELLI AN. SALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, DAIRY UTENSILS, etc. MESSRS E. T. OWEN and SON have 1'" been favoured with instructions from J. Jones, Esq., who is leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on MON- DAY, OCT. 27th, 1919. Full particulars in duo course. GLAN GORS FAWR, LLANTRISANT. Highly Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have .r been favoured with instructions by Mr Pritchard, who is leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Farm on TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 28th, 1919, the STOCK, comprising:-3 Cart Mares, about 16.2 hands high, stinted; Hackney Mare, two-year-old Filly, and two-year-old Gelding, by Fferam Isaf Shire Horses; yearling Ditto, by Martin John;" 2 Foals, 11 grand Milching Cows, some to calve at an early date, others in full profit; 20 two-and-a-half-yoar-old Bul- locks and Heifers, nearly ripe for grad- ing; 15 one-and-a-half-year-old Cattle, 4 strong Calves 30 large Breeding Ewes, 3 Tip Carts with Frames, Market Car, Ralli Car, 2 Howard M.Z. Ploughs, Hornsby Plough. 2 Zig-zag Harrows, Chain Harrow, Spring-tooth Grubber, Stone Roller, Iron Roller, Seed Drill, Scuffler, new Hay Mower, by Cambrian, Reaper, 3 H.Power, 2 Chaff-Cutters, 2 Pulpers, Hay Col- lector, Horse Rake, Cattle Cribs, Weigh- ing Machine and Weights, Iron Sheep Troughs, Pig Troughs, Corn Bin, Sack Trucks, Ladders, etc.; also many other valuable FARM IMPLEMENTS, too numerous to mention; 3 Sets of Shaft, Leading and Ploughing Gears; Set of Har- ness. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE: 2 Mahogany Sideboards, Drawing-room Chippendale Suite, Glass-top Cupboard, 3 Overmantels, Dresser, Deal Tables, Easy and Single Mahogany Chairs, 2 Iron Bed- steads, 2 Dressing and Washing Stands, Chest of Drawers, Brass Fenders, etc.; largo quantity of Pictures, Wringing Ma- chine, DAIRY UTENSILS. Sale at 11 o'clock sharp. Light Luncheon will be provided at reasonable charges. BODNOLWYN HIR, LLANTRISANT. Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock and Dairy Utensils. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instructions by Mrs Williams, who is leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1909, the STOCK, com- prising:-3 Cart Mares, two-year-old Filly, Hackney Mare, 14.2 hands high; Foal, 7 Milching Cows, some to calve at an early date, others in full profit; 6 two-year-old Cattle, 11 one-and-half-year-old Cattle, 5 strong Calves, 30 large Breeding Ewes, Wiltshire Ram, 9 head of Geese, 2 Tip Carts and Frames, 2 Market Cars, 3 Ploughs (Howard and Pierce), Ridging Plough, Single Ditto, Iron and Stone Rol- ler, 2 Zig-zag Harrows, Chain Harrow, Grabber, Seed Drill, 2 Hay Mowers, by Bamford; Horse Rake, new last season; 2 Chatf-cutters, Pulpers and Scraper, Hay OoUector, Weighing Machine and Weights, Grinding-stone, 2 Horse Rakes, Corn Bin, Sack Truck, Pig Troughs, Cattle Cribs, 2 Ladders, many other valuable FARM IM- PLEMENTS, too numerous to mention; 2 Seta of Shafrt, Leading and Ploughing Gears; Set of Harness, and DAIRY UTENSILS. Sale at 11 o'clock sharp. DINAM, VALLEY. Highly Important Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock, large portion of Hot:ae. hold Furniture, etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instructions by D. R. Llovd. Esq., who is avir,g, to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Farm on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1919, SrOCK, comprising:— Hackney Mure with Foal, 3 throe-year-old Geldings, pcrfectly Round, good workers in all gears; large VVhite Pedigree Sow with litter of Pigs, 3 strong Calves, Gig, Scuf- fler, Hay Collector, Horse Rake, Horse- power (new), Chaff-cutter, 133, by Bam. ford; Pulpcr and Scraper, Ridging Plough, j large Wooden Hen-house (removable), Paraffin Cabinet, also lot of other valuable FARMING IMPLEMENTS, too numer- ous to mention; Shafft, Leading and Ploughing Gears, etc. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc.: Dining-room: Sideboard. Couch, and 6 Chairs; Overmantel. Marble Timepiece, 2 Lamps with Brackets. Mahogany Window Poles, lire Brasses, Pictures, etc. Draw- ing-room: Black Cabinet, 6 Chairs, large Mirror, 2 Lamps with Brackets, HaU Clock, American Roll-top Desk, Mahogany Bedstead and Wire Mattress, 2 Kitchen Cupboards, small Paraffin Stove, and many. other articles. Sale at 12 o'clock. GAERWEN ISAF, GAERWEN. Sale of Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock, large portion of Household Fur- niture, etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have M been favoured with instructions from Mrs Williams to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Farm on WED- NESDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, 1919, the STOCK, .comprising:—6 grand Milch- ing Cows (some to calve at an early date, others in full pro- fit), 6 Heifers, 3 strong Calves, Breed- ing Sow. Tip Cart and Frame, 2 Ploughs, Zig-zag Harrow, Grubber, Scuffler, Stone Roller, Horse Rake, Hay Collector, Chaff- cutters, Pulpers, Ladders, Pig and Sheep- feeding Troughs. Grinding-stone; also lot of other FARM IMPLEMENTS, too numerous to mention; Set of Shaft, Leading and Ploughing Gears; quan- tity of Corrugated Sheets and Roof- ing Slates, with a large portion of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc.: 2 new Bedsteads and Mattresses, Dressing and Washing Stands, Bedroom Chairs, Towel Rails, quantity of Pictures, Single and Arm Chairs, Fenders and Fire Irons, 3 Kitchen Tables, Sofas. Settle and Bench, Wringing and Washing Machine, and many other articles; also DAIRY UTEN- SILS, etc. Sale at 12 o'clock bharp. BODLEW, GAERWEN. SALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK and DAIRY UTENSILS. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON hav9 J?-? been favoured with instructions from Mrs Williams, who is leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on FRI. DAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1919. Full par, ticulars in due course. a PRYSAN, BRYNGWRAN, VALLEY. LETTING of about 150 Rich GRAZING LAND, in Convenient Lots. TlfESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have ITJL been instructed to LET by PUB- LIC AUCTION, at an early date. Full due ooursc. pa.rtie,tilars-in dae course. PLAS LLANFIHANGEL, ANGLESEY. GREAT DISPERSAL SALE OF EX. TENSIVE FARMING STOCK. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instruction by R. Pritchard, Esq., who is under notice to quit, the whole excellent FARMING STOCK, together with the modern and large FARMING IMPLEMENTS; alao the whole STACK YARD, which includes Hay and Straw, Green Crop, and Farm- yard Manure. Full particulars will appear shortly. BONWY, LLANRHYDDLAD. SALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, DAIRY UTENSILS, etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have L been favoured with instructions from Messrs Williams, Brothers, who are leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date. Full particulars in due course. BRYN HAFOD, LLANERCHYMEDD. Important Sale of Household Furniture, etc. Tt/TESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instruc- tions from the Guardians to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Place, at an early date. Full particulars in duo course. BODNEITHIOR, LLANDYFRYDOG. LLANERCHYMEDD. Sale of Live and Dead Farming Stock. etc. ESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON i?- t have been favoured with instruc- tions from T. Rowlands, Esq., who is giving up Farming, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, a.t an early date. Full particulars in due course. Also LETTING of about 150 Acres of Rich GRAZING LAND, in convenient Lots. CERRIG DDEWI, LLANGWYLLOG. —SALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, etc. MR WILLIAM JONES. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. LLANEUDDOGT"LLANWEN- LLWYFO. IMPORTANT SALE of the WHOLE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, etc. MR WILLIAM JONES has been in. struoted by Mr D. W. Roberta (who is leaving) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on the Premises as above on MONDAY, the. 27th OCTOBER, 1919, 7 Horses, including Cart Mare, five years old; Cart Horse, three years old; strong Pony Mare, six years old; Cart Mare with Foal (all good workers) two-year-old Colt, two-year-old Filly, 6 excellent Milching Cows, 10 two-year-old Steers and Heifers, 11 strong Y carlings, 8 Calves, 20 good Shropshire Ewc-s, 11 Ewe Lambs, Sow with Litter, new Cart with Frame and Catches, odd Cart Frame, Reaper by. Walter A. Wood, Mowing Machine (near- ly now), Double Plough, 2 Digger Ploughs, Single Plough, Iron Harrow, Flexible Tine Cultivator, Grubber, Scuf. fler, 2 Iron Feeding Cribs, 2 Horse Rakes (one new), Cambridge Roller, Lad- ders, Water Cart, Dipping Trough, Plat- form Weighing Machine and Weights, Turnip Drill, Raili Car (in good condi- tion), Joiner's Bench, Cross-cut Saw, Sowing Fiddle, Chaff-cutter, Churn, Milk Pots, Sets Cart Gear, Shaft and Fore, Ploughing Gear, Set Harness, Sack T ;z, Old Iron and Timber, portion of Furniture, etc., etc. Sale to commence 11 a.m. prompt. Penysarn, Amlwch. '——' (For remainder of Sales by Auction 108 Page 4J