In Parliament.—Session 1907. CARNARVON CORPORATION. (Confirmation of Agreements with the National Electric Construction Company Limited, in relation to Electricad Undertaking and New and Further Powers to Corporation in re- lation thereto Power to Exercise Powers and. Discharge Obligations Through and By Agents; Transfer of Powers; Divestiture 01 Powers and Relief from Liability Power to Enable the National Electric Construction Company Linuted! or Others to Exercise Powers <and Discharge Liabilities of Corpora- tion; Sanction of Execution of Works by the Corporation and the National Eieot/ric Oonstrcotion Company Limited and of moneys borrowed and expended in respect thereof; Further Borrowing Powers for Purposes of Eleotvioall Und'eiluikimg; Provisions as to Mode of Repayment, Payment of Interest I and Discharge of Borrowed .Moneys Amend- ment of Carnarvon Electric LightLng Order 1902; Incorporation and Amendment of Acts I and other purposes) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that appli- cation is intended to be made to Parlia- ment in the ensuing Session by the Mayor, Alderman and Burgesses of the borough of (Carnarvon, in the county of Carnarvon (herein- after called "the Corporation") for leave to bring in a Bill for the following purposes (that is to ray) 1. To confirm or provide for the confirmation pwiitlh or without modification of the indentures, agreements of arran,geinmts entered into be- tween the Corporation and the National EJec- Itric Construction Company, Limited (herein- after called "the Company"), in relation to the electrical undertaking of the Corporation and tfor the provision by the Company of a supply &f electrical energy in the borough, the laying of mains and the completion of works in con- nection therewith and the furnishing, sale and hiring of electrical wires, fittings and lamps, and particularly an indenture made the 18th Hay of June, 1903, between the Corporation of jbhe one part and the Company of the other part, an agreement under seal dated the 22nd iday of July, 1904, and made between the game parties and an agreement, under seal dated the 7th October, 1904, and made between the Company off the one part and the Corporation pf the other part. and to empower the Corpora- lion and the Company respectively to complete Mid carry out the same with or without mod'i- fioation. 2. To empower the Corporation to contract .with the Company or any other Company or person for the execution and maintenance of any works needed for the purposes of the supply of electricity for any public or private pur- poses within the borough or in any part of the said borough in pursuance or in extension of the Carnarvon Electric Lighting Order, 1902, con- firmed by the Electric Lighting Orders Con- firmation (No. 2) Act, 1902 (hereinafter referred to as the Order of 1902), and the supply of ftvires, fittings, lamps and incidental matters. j 3. To empower tihe Corporation by any con- tract with the Company or any other person to exercise and discharge through the Company or such other person as aforesaid as the agent of the Corporation all powers given to the Corporation and all liabilities imposed on the Corporation by the Electric Lighting Acts, 1882 and 1888, or by the Order of 1902. 4. To authorize the Corporation to transfer assign, lease or otherwise convey all or some of the powers, rights, and privileges conferred upon them by the Order of 1902, to the Con- struction Company, or to any other Company or person, including a. company to be formed by them for the purpose of taking such trans- fer, assignment or lease, or to such company or person as may be approved by the Board of SPrade for such consideration and subject to Buoh terms and conditions and either absolutely or for such other period as may be prescribed by the Bill, or to be authorized bv Parliament. 5. To divest the Corporation of any powers, rights, or obligations conferred or imposed upon them by the Order, and to rel-leve the Corporation from liability in respect of any acts or defauilis of the Company in respect thereto, And, if thought fit, to alter or amend the pro- visions of the Order of 1902, and to authorize tihe Corporation to enter into and1 carry into effect agreements with the Company for that patnpoae, or to confirm any agreement or ar- angement ,whioh may have been entered into or which may be entered into, before the jaassmg of the intended Act. 6. To authorize the Cbrporation on the one liand and the Company on the otlber hand, to enter into and carry into effect agreements for the exercise by the Company of the powers re- spectively conferred upon the Corporation under or by virtue of the Order of 1902. and for the supply of electricity by the Comtpanv under the Order of 1902, and to enable the Company to exercise the powers, rights and privileges and' perform and discharge the obligations and lia- bilities conferred or imposed upon the Corpora- lion by the said Order, and to relieve the Cor- poration from any obligations or liabilities imposed upon them by the said Order, and to sanction, confirm and make binding upon the respective parties thereto any such agreements or arrangements which may have been or may be entered into prior to the pa-ssdng of the in- tencfred Act. 7. To sanction and' confirm the construction and execution of works, the borrowing and ex- penditure of moneys, and all other acts and deeds of the Corporation in relation to or in connection witfh the construction and execu- tion, maintenance, and use of the several works, mains, plant, apparatus, wires and fit- tings made, erected, laid, purchased, hired and supplied in relation to the electricsa<l under- taking of the Corporation, and to indemnify the Corporation from any liabilities to which they aTe or may be subject by reason of any such acts or deeds as aforesaid. 8. To empower the Corporation for the pur- poses of their electric lighting uJldlertaking to raise further money and to apply to the purposes of tihe Order of 1902 and the Bill, the general district fund ,and the general district rate and any other funds or revenues over which they have control, and any moneys they are now authorized to borrow, and to borrow further sums by way of debentures, debe-n- ture stock or annuities, and to charge such moneys on any of t'he before-mentioned rates and revenues- and upon the estates, under- takings, rates, rents, revenue and other pro- perty of the Corporation or upon all or any of them. 9. To vary or extinguish all or any rights or privileges mconsisteiit with or which would or might in any way interfere with the obiects and purposes of the Bill, and to confer other rights and privileges, and to incorporate with the Bill, with or without exception or varia- tion, all or some of the provisions of the Elec- tric Lighting Acts, 1882 and 1888. and the Electric Lighting (Clauses) Act, 1899, and, if "tfiottghfc fit, to exempt the Corporation from all or any of the provisions of the said Awte or any of them, and so far as may be necessary to alter, amend, extend or repeal the r»rovisions otf the Carnarvon Electric Lighting Order, 1902. and amy other Act and Order relating to -Of affectiag the Corporation. Printed copies of the Bill will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before tlhe 17th .day of Decem- ber next. Dated this 14th day of November, 1906. R. O. ROBERTS, Carnarvon, Town Clerk. A. RHYS ROBERTS, 63. Queen Victoria- Street, E.C., Parliamentary Agent. c648 T> A TT OHI», J*. Tjj (Al*.reV Gwyrfftl) BILLPOIITXR AND TOWN miWK. fee., LT.A7TB1EWJ1L DR JONES, D.D.S, &c., SURGEON DENTIST, CRAIG OWEN, (Opposite the Railway Station), BANGOR. Dr JONES visit. Llangefni every Thursday lit L^wigam Road Llamerchymedd from 10 to 1, with Miss Owen, Druid House, and at Amlwch from 2 to 6, with Mr Hughes, Stationer, 8, Street, Tuesdays, October 23rd, November 20th, December 18th. Ebenezer, Llanrtg, and Llanberis, first Tues- day after Pay Day. Also at Ebenezer, Tuesday morning before Llanberis Pay Day, from 10 to 12 Bethesda, first Tuesday after Pay Day. Rancor every day except Tuesday* mad Thursdays.
In Parliament.—Session 1907. BIRKENHEAD CORPORATION WATER. (New Reservoirs, Roads and Road Diversions, Aqueducts and other Works; Compulsory Purchase of Lands for Works, a.nd of Lands within the Drainage Areas of the Rivers Alwen and Brenig; Power to Collect and Impound Waters of the Rivers Alwen and (Brenig; Acquisition of Commonable Lands; Compensation Water; Power to Deviate Vertically and Laterally; Agreements with Owners, &c., of Lands as to D-raiiiage Power to take Part only or an Easement of Property,; Retention of Superfluous Lands; Acquisition I of Mines or Minerals under Lands; Protect-Min of Waters and Waterworks from Pollution, &c.; Supply of Water in Bulk or otherwise to Urban, Rural, or Sanitary Authorities; Reo- peal of Sections 53 of Birkenhead Corporation (Gas and Water) Act, 1881, and 199 of Birken- head Corporation Act, 1881; Power to Levy I Rates and Alter existing Rates, &c. Differen- tial Poor Rate in Bebington and Oxton wards under certain circumstanoes; Alteration and Enlargement of Borrowing Powers; as to Creation of Renewal and Reserve Funds and Sinking Fund Incorporation, Amojendment or Repeal of Acts, &c.) NOTICE IS HEREIBY GIVE>N, that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session by the Mayor, Aldermen and Burgesses of the county borough, f of Birkenhead, in the county of Chester (here- j inafter called "the Corporation"), for an Act j for all or some of the following purposes (that is to say) To enable the Corporation to make and maintain the reservoirs and waterworks herein* after described, together with all works which may be necessary in connection therewith or ancillary thereto, or required for collecting and impounding the waters which by the intended Act the Corporation will be empowered to take (that is to say) In the counties of D-enbigh and Merioneth-" Work No. 10.—An aqueduct (No. 3), con- sisting of a line or lines of pipes commencing at the termination of the aforesaid aqueducts Kofi. 1 and 2 (Works Nos. 8 and 9\ in the parish of Ce r rig-y-druid ion and terminating ¡ at or in the intended Clawed d-newydd tanks (Work No. 11), hereinafter described, in t/he (parish of Derwen, such aqueduct being situate in the parishes of Cerrig-y-druidion, Llanfi- liiaingel-glyn-myfyr and Derwen, in the county of Denbigh, and the parishes of Bettws-gwer- fil-goch in the Rural District of Edeirnion and Gwyddelwern, in the county of Merioneth. Together with all proper dams walls embank- ) ments filters filter beds overflows shafts tunnels adits aqueduct* culverts cuts sluices water- courses weirs wash-outs meters gauc-,es manholes rails sidings bridges engines machinery chan- nels conducts mains pipes stand-pipes junctions valves drains hydro-electric apparatus tele- graphs telephones apparatus roadways ap- proaches fences buildmcs works and conven- ienoes connected with the hereinbefore described works or any of them or incidental thereto OT necessary or convenient for conducting con- trolling inspecting cleansing repairing or man- aging the waterworkts and together with full power and right at all times of approach and ajooess to the works aforesaid or any of them. To empower the Corporation to acquire by compulsion or agreement and to hold for the purposes of the intended works and for other purposes of the intended Act the lands, houses and buildings in the several counties, parishes and places aforesaid, and to acquire by compul- sion or agtreememt rights or easements in, over or connected with any lands, houses or build- ings. Duplicate plans &nd sections describing the lines, situations and levels of the proposed works and the lands in or throuigh. which. they will be made and also duplicate plans showing the lands and property intended to be compul- sorily taken for the purposes of the intended Act, together with a; book of reference to such plans containing the names of the owners and lessees, or imputed owners and lessees, and the occupiers of such lands, houses and other prc- party, and a copy jf this Notice, as published in the London Gazette, will on or before the 30th day of November instant be deposited j for pubffic inspection as follows (that is to say): With the ÇJerk of the Peace for the county of Merioneth at his Offioe at Portmadoc. And on or before the same day a copv of so mudh of the sand plans and sections as relates to any borough, unban district, rural district or pariah in or through which the intended works will be made or in which any lamds are intended to be taken are situate, together with a copy of so muoh of the book of reference as relates to such respective areas and a copy of this Notice as published in the London Gazette, j will be deposited with the officers respectively hereinafter mentioned 1th at is to say) — In the taee of a eountv or cither borough, with ttoe Town Clerk of such borough at his offioe- I In the case of any urban district not being a borough, with the Clerk of the Urban Dis- trict Council at his office. In the oa.se of any parish havnnar n Parish Council, -with the Clerk of the Parish Council, or, if there be no Clerk, with the Chairman of that Council. In the case of any parish comprised in a rural district and not having a. Pafrish Coun- cil, with the Chairman of the Plarish Meeting at his residence and with the Clerk of the Dis- trict Council of sudh Rural District at his office. I Any parish named in this notice which is not also a Counfty or other "Borough or an Urban District or is not stated to be in a County or other Borough or in an Urban District or in'a Rural District is a parish Saving- a Parish Coun- cil wfiiTl the Clerk or Chairman of which the beforem,entioned deposit will be made and such deposit will if made with the Clerk of the Parish Oouncil be made at his office or if he has no office at his residence and if made with the Chairman of the Parish Council will be mado at his residence. The foregoing is so much of the notice of the intended application as relates specificallv to lands or works situate in the County of Mer- ioneth. b1' '1._3 The whole of the notice has been published in full or sent for publication in full ir the London Gazette in the present month of Nov- ember. (Printed copies of the intended Art will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the 17th day of December next. Tfeited this FourFeenEfo day of November, 1906. AT/PRED GMfLL. Town Clerk, Birkenhead. SHERWOOD and CO., 7, Great George- street, Westminister, Parliamentary Agenta. m54 Established 1847. Q "PJ VANS AND qOH, r.J COLLIERY AGENTS AND COAL MERCHANTS. -40 agen-ts for the noted "Moex Hall," "Bam- furkmg," and "Westminster Coals." Tmck loads to any Station at Colliery Pricew. All kinds of Coals always ker fttaek. Contractor* to His Majesty's Goverr.rpent, the Carnarvonshire County Coutwil, Ac. Wharf*; "Railway Station, CarnatToat. Oftee: Slate Quay, Carnarvon. em I (iDffi-ciat, lrgal, ft. MERIONETH COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE IS HERESY GIVEN that the next Quarterly Meeting of the Merioneth County Council will be held in tho County Hall, at DOLGELLEY, on Thursday, the 6th day of December, 1906, at 11 a.m., and the Council will thereupon proceed to the considera- tion of the business relating to the Assessment, Application, and Management of the County Stock on Rate and all other County business, I pursuant to the 15 a.nd 16 Vict., C 81. Dated this 13th day of November, 1906. ROBT. JONES, yl34a Olerk of the Council. I ELLEN JONES, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Per- sons having Claims or Demands against or upon the estate of Ellen Jones, of Bryn- meirig, Talysam, in the parish of Llanllyfni, in the County of Carnarvon, Widow, who died on th# 7th day of November, 1906, are requested to send to me, at No. 9, Station Road, Peny- on tlW 7th day of November, 1906, are requested to send to me, at No. 9, Station Road, Peny- groes, full particulars of such Claims or De- mands on or before the 2nd day of December next, so that the same may be examined by the I Admintistra-tor of the Deceased, and if found correct, duly discharged. Dated this 17th day of November, 1906. J. H. S. ROBERTS, I Solicitor for the Administrator. y821 Roe FREDERICK CHARLES SOUTHBY, Deceased. PURSUANT to the Statute 22 and 23 Vic., _t_ 0.35, Notice is hereby given that all persons having1 any CJlaims or Demands ag- ainst the estate of tkte above named Frederick Charles Sowthlby, late of 'Bodhyfryd, Waenfawr, in the County of Carnarvon, Gentleman, deceased (who died on the 22nd day of Sep- tember, 1906, tllld whose will was proved on the 12th day of Novem-ber instant, at the iBarogor Disltrlet Proba,te Re,gistry by Alice Robertson and Edmund, West (the Executors thereof), are required to send particulars in waiting of such Claims or Demajids to the undersigned, on or before the 7th day of December next, aifter which date the said Exe- cultors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said- Deoeased. amonlgst the persons en-titled. thereto, having regard only to the Claims of which they shall have had notice, and will further deal with the said' estate according to law. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1906. NEE and GORDON-ROBERTS, 4, Castle Street, Carnarvon, Siolicitotrs for the sua*d Executor. c658 A EfDfU'OATBQy COMMMEE. ANGLESEY" EOUCATEON COMMITTEE. T !<}A!OHiffiBJS W.NNTED. SEAiD-TBACHERS. liangoed O.S. Male, salary JS150, ris- ing by P,5 a year to JB150. CERWICATED ASSISTANTS. Htoiltyfhead Oybi. C.S. Inifaifflfs'. Llanerchymedd C.S. Infants'. Salary, JB70 per annum, rising to LW; £5 a year less if untrained. UNCERTIFICATED ASSISTANTS. Llanddona C.S. Female for Infante. Holyhead National School. Female. £ 45. Llanfaelog N.S. Female, £ 40. Brynqgwran C.S. Female. Llangefni C.S. Female for Infante. "e Aberffraw C.S. Female. Rihoscolyn C.S. Female. Ltanfachraetb C.S. Female for Infants. Llanfair PJG. C.S. Famaile. Commencinlg salary, where not otherwise specified, £45, rising to JB55. The commencing salary rray be JB10 lower in case of Applicants who have had no previous experience in teach- ing. Applications, on Forms provided, and Testi- monials to be forwarded to me immediately. R. H. WiEDLiEAMiS. Education Offices, Llangefni. y451a 46/- I 4, I-M 01§iil 0 -,qw Our New 12. Bore Gun is the talk of the sporting world. Everything higft-class but the price. Cross-bolt ac-I I tion, patent ejectors, long range steel barrels. Price only 46s. Approval anywhere. Send two stamps1 for our 64-pa.ge Catalogue. BE/LL BROTHERS, Wholesale Gun makers. c636y787 93, Waterloo Street, GLASGOW. c636y787 93, Waterloo Street, GLASGOW. r !t aHl\ra!! s CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. STANLEY OYOLE SHOW, Royal Agricul- S tural Hall, November 23 to December 1; Theatres, Hippodrome, etc.—On Monday, Nov- em'ber 26th, EXCURSION TRAIN will be run to LONDON from Afonwen, etc. A MOTOR OMNIBUS SERVICE between PWLLHELI and NEVIN, MORFA NEVIN and EDEYRN. Until further Notice the above Service will be as under:- (No Sunday Service.) a.m. a.m. p.m. Pwllheli Station dep 6 30 1135 4 25 Pwllheli, Ala Road 6 35 1140 4 30 Turnpike, Garreg Fecnain" 6 41 1146 4 36 Efail Newydd „ 6 47 1152 4 42 Bodfean, Post Office 7 9 1214 5 4 BTyncynan „ 7 14 1219 5 9 Nevin, Glynllifon Shop 7 21 1226 5 16 „ Nanhoron Hote.' 7 30 1235 5 25 Morfa Nevin,Tanyparc Shop 7 40 1245 5 35 Edeyrn, Post Office prr. 7 45 1250 a.m. p.m. p.m. Edeyrn, Post Office dep 9 0 2 35 Morfa Nevin,Tanyparc Shop 9 5 2 40 5 40 Nevin, NanhoTon Hotel 11 9 15 2 50 5 50 „ Glynllifon Shop 9 24 2 59 5 59 Bryncynan „ 9 31 3 6 6 6 Bodfean Post Office 9 36 3 11 6 11 Efail Newydd „ 9 58 3 33 6 33 Turnpike, Gareg Fechain 10 4 3 39 6 39 Pwllheli, Ala Road „ 1010 3 45 6 45 Pwllheli Station arr 1015 3 50 6 50 MOTOR OMNIBUS, PWLLHELI and JLrJL NEVIN.—On PWLLHELI MARKET aind FAIR DAYS, during November, viz., 28th, ADDITIONAL OMIBUSES will run as under: a.m. p.m. Pwllheli Station dep. 11 0 5 0 Pwllheli, Ala Road „ 11 5 5 5 Turnpike, Gareg Fechain. „ 1111 5 11 Efail Newydd 1117 5 17 Bodfean, Post Office „ 1139 5 39 Bryncynan 1144 5 44 Nevin, Glynllifon Sliop 1151 5 51 Nevin, Nanhoron Hotel 12 0 6 0 Morfa Nevin, Tanyparc Shop 1210 6 10 Edeyrn, Post Office arr. 1215 6 15 p.m. p.m. Edeyrn, Post Office dep. 1230 6 25 Morfa Nevin, Tanyparc Shop „ 1235 6 30 Nevin, Nanhoron Hotel „ 1245 6 40 Nevin, Glynllifon Shop 1254 6 49 Bryncynan 1 1 6 56 Bodfean Post Office „ 16 7 1 Efail Newydd 1 28 7 23 Turnpike, Gareg Fechain. „ 1 34 7 29 Pwllheli Ala. Road 1 40 7 35 Pwllheli Station arr. 1 45 7 40 Passengers may join the Cars at any point, except on steep hills, subject to there being room, and on payment of the Fare from the previous Station. The Company give notioe that they do not undertake that the Motor Omnibuses shall start or arrive at the times specified in the bills, nor will they be respon- sible for any inconvernaenoe or injury that may arise from delay or detention. EVERY Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday, during the Winter Months, Cheap One or Two Day's Tickets are issued from Pwllheli, Criecieth, Portmadoc, Barmouth, etc., to CAR- NARVON, BANGOR, LLANDUDNO, HOLY- HEAD, etc. Similar are issued from the North Wales Coast Stations to Cambrian Coast Stations. 117 EEK-ENT) EXCURSION TICKETS vrt IT issued every Friday and Saturday (*ntil farther notice), to CARNARVON, BANGOR, HOLYHEAD, and LLANDUDNO friia Afoo Wen), available for return on the following BancDay (where train service pennite), Monday or Tuesday. Similar Tickets issued in the several direction. TOURIST TICKETS are Issued from the Principal Cambrian Stations to all HEALTH RESORTS on the Cambriala Rail- ways, also to watering places in Eagland, North Wales, English Lake District, North loi Coant, etc. Full particular* of any off the above Excursions on application to Mr W. H. Gough, Tralllc Superintendent, Ovwns&ry. C. S. DENNISt, General Manager. C. S. DENNISt, General Manager. MTTKKPIRBSS (PRINTING. HERALD OFFIOE. OAHNAEVON. I^TTHMPHESS PRINTING. JONES AND MILLER, .t- TAILORS AND BREECHES MAKERS, HATTERS AND HOSIERS. 4r"V7>A/t3M»«tHLut SOLE AGENTS FOR HENRY HEATH. SOLE AGENTS FOR SCOTT & CO., HATTERS TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING & ROYAL FAMILY. TAILORS TO THE ADMIRALTY BY APPOINTMENT LONDON H 0 USE, CAR N A R V 0 N. 0. EVANS & SON, OLD *OUNDRY WAGON WORKS, CARNARVON ALL REPAIRS TO RAILWAY WAGONS UNDERTAKEN BETWEEN PORTMADOC AND CARNARVON, AND CARNARVON AND RHYL. WAGONS BOUGHT AND SOLD. e§73 EMPORIUM; MARKET STREET, HOLYHEAD. 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LARGEST SELECTION IN NORTH WALES OF TWEEDS, Etc., Etc., FOR OVERCOATS, SUITS, BREECHES, Etc. FIT AND STYLE GUARANTEED. THE NELSON EMPORIUM:, I BRYMER & DAVIE S, Proprietors. c211 PRIVATE CHRISTMAS CARDS. BOOKS OF ALL THE LEADING PUBLISHERS. Call early in order to avoid disappointment. CHRISTMAS CARDS READY FOR FOREIGN MAILS. CHRISTMAS PICTORIAL POST CARDS, C ARAD 0 C R OW L A N D, BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER, 17, CASTLE SQUARE, CARNARVON. C14& PRIVATE XMAS CARDS (ENGLISH AND WELSH). 800 DESIGNS TO SELECT FROM, PRICES RANGING FROM 1/6 TO 10/6 PER DOZ. Order Early for Foreign Postage. Sample Book sent oat'gratis on application. —————————— FRANCIS, HIGH STREET POST OFFICE, AND TOWER SHOP, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON. THOMAS AND EDWARDS, I MINERAL WATER MANUFACTURERS CARNARVON & LLANGEFNI. Specialties:— SNOWDON DRY GINGER ALE. SNOWDON SODA WATER. STONE GINGER BEER. LEMONADE, ETC. c446 H. EDWARDS' CYCLE DEPOT, HOLYHEAD. LARGE STOCK OF SECOND-HA LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S CYCLES TO CLEAR. Cash oi Easy Terms. Inspect om- new eiipply of latest PHONOGRAPHS and RECORDS. UNDOUBTED BARGAINS. LETTERPRESS PRINTING. flLTJB GAED6, HANDBILL*, CLUB BULBS, posnsa, CLUB ACCOUNTS. PLACABD* PAMPHLETS, programmes, CATALOGUES, racm, 8KRMONS. DANC1 ÐADI. (tUADY REPORTS, CIRCULAlf, QUARRY ACCOUNTS, BILLHEADS, QUARRY ADDKE89 GASDft, "HERALD" OFFICE, CARNARVON. EAMXBILL», CLUB CARDS, POSTERS, CLUB RULES, PLACARDS. CLUB ACCOUNT* I0GRAMME8, PAMPHLETS, TICKETS, CATALOGUES, DANe. CARDS. PKftMOBS. jtOULARS, LEGAL FORMS, BILLHEADS, MEMORANDUMS, ADDRESS OABDI. Norm PAPD. LETTERPRESS PRINTING. /7/7 <? Sk>t £$t, SA'iut A, « !M < r lltttfmgs, fe. ( PIER PAVILION, LLANDUDNO. — I -t- The T.I.A. Lecture Committee lias en- | gaged Lecturers for a Series of Four Lectures to be given in tile Pier Pavilion. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1906. MB COULSON KERiNAHAN ("LITKIRAKY LIFE BEHIND THE SCENES.") Chajrman, James J. Marks, Esq., M.A., LI.iB. The first, second and fourth Lectures will be illustrated by powerful Oxyhydrogen Lanterns. Prices of Admission are —1st—Subscribers of 10s 6d will receive One Ticket, and Subscribers of 21s Three Tickete for Numbered Reserved Front Seats for each of the above Lectures. 2vA—"Resewed Unaiumlberod Seats, 5s for the Series. 3rd-Remaintler of PavilioD. including Gallery, Is for the Series. All Tickets are Transferable. Doors open at 7.15 p.m. for Tieketholders only. At 7.35 p.m. Single Tickets may be obtained at the doors only should Seats be then j' available, the prices in that event only will be —.Reserved Seats 2s. others 6d. Children un- der 14 years of a.ge will not be admitted except under the charge and absolute control of adults. No reduction is nade for children. EacJi Lecture will commence at. 7.45 p.m. Tickets for the whole Series may be obtained through Members of the Commitee, local Shop- keepers, or from the Hon. Secretary, A. J. OLDMAN, 26, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. r121 Iterst anb Jftfimir. CAFWYD LLWDN gyda nod hollti'r dde a stwmp o daji y- chwith. Os ua hawlir cyn Tachwedd 30ain, gwerthir i dalu'r treul- iau.—Edmuiid Roberts, Bronmeiriofn, Rhyd, Llanfrofchen. y789' C OLLWYD, yn agos i Gaernarfon, 4 o FOGA, gyda spot glae air y pen ac ar y grwper, a G. W. R. ar y glun chwith; un arall gyda strap ooch ar draws y cefn. Rboddir gwobr am eu hanes.—Owen and Son, Auction- eens, Carnarvon. Sttamtrs. SOUTH AFRICA.—Royal Mail Route.— )k? UNION CASTLE LINE.—London and Southampton, to Cape Colony, Natal, Delagofc Bay, BeiiTa, etc., calling frequently at Madeira, Las Palmes, TeinerifFe, Asceasdoni and St. Helena. Weekly Sailings. Fast Passage*. Superior Accommodation. Best Route. For rate of passage money and all further informa- tion a.pply to the Managers, Donald Ctnrie and Co., London, cur to Local Amenta. o ARIAN ar Log i'w rhoddi all an ar sicrwydd boddhaol.—Ymofyner a Lloytd-George a George, Cyfneithwyr, Criocieth.. y8Q6a. OANS GRANTED ON THESE TERMS. 1 A -.£5 to £500.-Loa.n JB5, repay, £5 12b 6d; loan £10, repay, JB11 5s; loan £20, repay, £22 10s; loan £30, repay, JB53 15s; loan £50, repay, JB56 5s; loan £100, repay JB112 108.- Applv W. JACKSON, 70, Plymouth Grove. MANCHESTER. c547a OQA TO £ 5000 ADVANCED by Private Lender on Simple Promissory Notes. No Balls of SiaJe taken and absolute privacy guaranteed. First letter of application receives prompt attention and intending borrowers are waited ujpon by a representative who is em- powered to complete transaction on terms mutually arranged, NO CHARGE bem? made unless Business actually completed. Special Quotations for Sort Loans. Write in confidence to C. WELLS, Corridor Chambers, Leicester. 6õí\I CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR, and it's everyone's delight to keep it up. What's that? Got mone-y? ThigQ apply to the Botisa Finance Company, and they will advance aa much as you require without delay. No repayments expected dur- ing the holidays. No office routines. Lowest Interest and Repayments. £10-100 monthly £ 20—32s £ 30—45s £ 40—606; £ 50— £ 4; I £100-£7. Other amounts proportionately. 1 Monthly payments taken. No sureties or bonds- men. Cash bfrougiht to your house and existing loans paid off Immediate attention to appli- cants from this district. Send for prospects —free.—BlRITISlt FINANCE 00., 82, Market Street. Manchester. r A NY Person requiring Cash Assistance from £ 20 to £ 5000 can be accommodated o» their own note in any part of Elnglandi or Wales at one day's notice, without loan office formalities, and in strict privacy, by applying to me, the actual lender, W. C- A MERON, 50, Lord Street, Liverpol. Telegrams "Finance." Telephone 1197. y36c30 NO PRELIMINARY FEES. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY In large or small sums (not leu than .£10) ON BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. Established Thirty-fire Year*, and now lending UPWARDS OF JB70,000 ANNUALLY. Prospectuses, terms for advances, or any ia. formation desired, will be supplied free of charge on application either personally OT by letter to GEORGE PAYNE & SONS, |5, ORiaUENT ROAD, Uh t L, Established 1870. oil* THE CHARING-CR086 BANK, Ect. 1871. JL CARDIFF BRJLNCH: 73, ST. MARY ST. Assets, £1,136,249. Liabilities, £796,788. Surplus, £339,461. LOAJ5'5 of JBSOpo JBfOM M any «1MI ■A secarity. TWO-AND-A-HALf p«r oaai, :t«rect afloirvd «a «arT*ai 80C088.. Bepoeii* of .818 tad tpwardtt reotivci m| MrlDll UI VADET• I p<f cent, per tM., a«kj««4 .1 moaiht' aetio* ef .wi^Mrawal. I H it W ]l 11 „ Special terms for longer periods. Ixterecta paid quarterly. The Terminahk Deposit Beads ,1 uarly aiD. per cent., and an Mfe invest- In«teiwi of paying large Diridesds ks oaareholdeirf, we pay fabs rates ot Intereati to ovr Depoeitor., aitd by so doing kave earned the poeitiota that we «ndo«btedlj hold i* the Pnbhe conAdencs. W. hare establiihed fer 36 yean, sad our uiqne posi- tion ia tine Basking World to-day tevtiies to the raoeess of oar basinets methods and to the satisfaction of our cut.omer8.-Writ. «r call for Prospectus.—A, WILLIAMS, H. J. TALL, Jeiai Managers. tH» (Established 1867.) rpHE NATIONAL LOAN SOCIETY is ex- JL pressly Established and Registered ptU- EuatLt to Act of Parliament to make Private Advances without Loan Office formalities, to all Classes (Mal or Female), from JB10 to £1000, ON SIMPLE WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY, for any immediate want: to Sta.rt Business, Furnish your House, to Pay Rent or Rates, or for any Private use. The advance can be paid back by easy instalments, or caa remain out from One to Five Years, by paying the Interest only. Having a large Capital always ready foir investment, we can lend quickly and cheaply. I Distance no object. Interest and Repayments Lowest in England or Wales. The Money is ad- vanced at Applicant's own House if required, thus saving them the trouble and expense of a journey. Strict privacy and straightforward dealings guaranteed. It will cost you nothing, it will save you pounds by applying either per- sonally or by letter for OUT Free Prospectus to I THE NATIONAL LOAN SOCIETY: 41, Corporation-Street, MANCHESTER: or to OUT North Wales District Office: c!89a 11, Deas-Street. BANGOR,