indy coming 3aUs» December 10, at TaTycafn, Christmas Stock, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. December 10, at Xevin, Freehold Building Sites, Mr Robert Parry. December 10, at Ty Croes, Fat Stock, Mr H. Parry Jones. December 11, at Carnarvon, Fat Stock, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. December 13, at Llanerchyinedd, Stock, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. December 13, at PwlLheli, Farming Stock, Mr J. Parry Jones.. December 13 at St. Aiiaph, Stock, Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons.. | December 17, at Dolgelley, Freehold Farms, etc., Mr J. Parry Jone6. I December 17, at Mena. iBridge, Stock, Mr John Fritchard. I January 2, at Pwllh-eli, Freehold Property, Mr Robert Parry. f January 3, at Llangefni, Freehold Farm, Messrs W. Dew and Son. Salts bir 3liicturn. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. NEAR PENTRAETH. I SALE of a VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM, Situate in the PARISH of LLANBEDR- GOCH. "1 W. DEW and SON are instructed LY_I: bv the Executors of the late Hu^h Ro- berts, iJeceased, and by Mr Griffith Roberts, to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Bull Hotel, Llangefni, on THURSDAY, the 3rd day of January, 1907, at 2.30 p.m., the I Valuable and Convenient ly-placed FREEHOLD FARM, known as "RHOS-Y^GAD," com- prising 119a. Sr. 39p. or thereabouts. Particulars, Plan, and Conditions of SaJe may be obtained in due course, of the Auc- tioneers, BamtgoT and Iiandudmo; of Messrs S. R. Dew and Co., Solicitors, Bangor; of Messrs Rioe Roberts and Laurie, Solicitors. Llangefni; or of Messrs Morris Owen and T,revor Roberts, Solio.itors, Carnarvon. c249a By Messrs E. 8. Owen & Son. DRUID FARM, HENEGLWYS, Near LLAN- GEFNI, MONDAY Next, December 10th, 1906, at 2 o'clock MESSRS E. H. OWEN AND SON win SELL by AUCTION, a large Stack of Hay, do. Straw, quantity of Oats, Cart and Frame, Chaff Cutter, Furniture, and possibly some Land will be Let. Entries of Cattle, etc., are solicited. y719_ THE 12th Great CHRISTMAS PRIZE SHOW and SALE of Fat Stock, at the PAVILION FIELD, CARNARVON, op TUESDAY, December 11th, 1906. THE. 1st DITTO, at LLANERCHY1MEDD, on THURSDAY, December 15th., 1906. £ 25 offered in Prizes by the Auctioneers for the best Bulls, Bullocks, Heifers, Cows, Welsh Wethers, Sheep (any breed), Bacon and lorket PSlgs, Fat Calfs, Geese, Turkeys, etc. Special Prizes by Lake and Co., Ltd. (Silver Cup), Four Prizes by J. Bibby and Sons, Four Prizes by The Palatine Oil Mill Co. Both Sales promise to be as successful as any in North Wales as regard Entries and Buyers. Entries finally close on Wednesday morning, bhe 5th inst. For Catalogues and Schedules, apply to the Auctioneers, Messrs E. H. Oween and Son, Carnarvon y715 By Mr J. Parry Jones. TALCYMERA FARM, PWLLHELI. MR J. PARRY JONES has been instructed by S'eymour Eady. Esq.. who is giving up Farmin- and Posting, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on THURS- DAY, December 13th. 1906. all of the FARM- ING STOCK, etc., comprising: 6 Horses, 3 Cows, 1 Bullock, 2 Calves, 52 Crossed Ewes, 1 Pedigree Kerry Hill Ram; 2 Pedigree Kerry Hill Yearling, 100 Head Poultry, 1 Waggonette, 2 Victorias, 1 Governess Car, 2 Rail- Cars, 1 with Rubber Tyres, 1 Small Stylish Phaeton, 1 Set Single Harness; Hay, Straw. To commence at 1 o'clock. Credit will be given for sums of £2 and upwards on approved security until May 22nd, 1907. Y 359a Important to Investors, Capitalists, Mine Own- I ers, and Others.—Sale of 3 FREEHOLD I FARMS near BARMOUTH, and 2 FREE- HOLD HOUSES, situate in the Town of I DOLGtBLLEY. MR J. PARRY JONES has been favoured with instructions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Ship Hotel, Dol- igetlley, on MONDAY, the 17th 'day of Decem- ber, 1906, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon (sub- ject to conditions to be there and then read), Firstly, all those Three Valuable FREE- HOLD FARMS, situate .between Barmouth and Bont-Ddu, in 'the Parish of Llana.ber in the County of Merioneth, called or known by the names of Fronheulog, Cae-murhowell and Graigwen, aad containing by estimation 31 acres 1 rood and 29 perches or thereabout. These Farms intersect numerous lodes of Gold and Copper Ore, and thore exists a. sufficient supply of water for all Mining purposes. The preniises have recently been put in a good state of repaiar, and constitute choice and compact holdings. They are let to respectable tenants. The Farms will, in the first place, be pirt up as One Lot, amd if not disposed of. will then be offered singly. Seoondly, a.ll those Two FREEHOLD HOUSES, situate at and known as the Old Blank, Dolgelley, in the respcct-we occupations of Mir Nathan O. Jones and Mr Nicholas R. Parry. .y- These Houses will also be offered in One Lot, and if not sold will them be put up separately. Further particulars to be.,had on application to tiie Auctioneer, at Fenian, Penrhyndeu- draetih, or from Charles Breese and Co., Soli- citor, Portmadoc and Penrhyndeoiflraeth. y360 E. D. J?NE8 4 .SON. BILLPOSTERS* GENERAL ADVERTISTNO AGENTS, t. FAIR VIEW. HOLYHEAD. oOSNPH TDOBEBT&, OROCEB AND PROVISION MERCHANT, 14. POOL STREET, and TWTHILL TEA MART, CARNARVON THE NOTED SHOPS For Fragrant and Deiiciovs Teu. For Coffee of Exqmisite Flavour. For Mild Cured Hanw and Bacon, Pale ank, Prnoked. For Ripe Gorgonzola, Cheddar acd 11th., And Butter of th* choicest quality. Vv«ak Supply of Butter add 8»n •ages Twice Weekly. ^59 JJR J ONES, D.D.S, &c., SURGEON DENTTST, SURGEON DENTTST, CRAIG OWEN, ¡ (Opposite. the Railway Station), BANGOR. Hr JONES visits Llangefni every Thursday L!iwigan Road Llanerchymedd from 10 to 1, with Miss Owen Druid' House, and at Amlwch from 2 to Ó with Mr Hughes, Stationer, 8, M-it-ZiRt Street, Tuesdays, October 23rd, November 20th, December 18th.. Kbenezer, Llanrmg, and Llanberis, first lueo- day after Pay Day. Also at Ebenezer, Tuesday morning before Llanberis Pay Day, from 10 to 12. Betheada, first Tuesday after Pay Day. •R&ntfor every day except Tuesdays -W Thursdays. TIRED MEN.—When you are tired of taking mysterious prescriptions and weary of wearing Electric Belts, write to me, and I will send you a BooIi which shows how every man, vounz and old may be Quickly and Thoroughly Cured of NERVOUSNESS. EXHAUSTION, VARICOCELE, and DEBILITY. from finy j cause whatever, WITHOUT STOMACH MFDI- I CINE or ELECTRICITY. Hundreds of Cures. I Book sent sealed, post, free, Two Stamp'—A. j J LEIGH, 92 and 93, Great Russell-street, | London, W.C. Twenty years' successful r«- **■ c79 Salts trn ^iwtion. By Mr John Pritchard. MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. I MR JOHN PRITCHARD will hold, a SUPPLEMENTAL FAT STOCK SALE, MONDAY, December 17, 1906, at 11 a.m. Early Entries invited. Good trade expected. Bodhyrfyd, Bangor. c225a Bodhyrfyd, Bangor. c225a By Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons. I THURSDAY NEXT, December 13th. at 12.30. I GiREAT XMAS PRIZE SALE IN ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. FRANK LLOYD AND SONS WIN SELL 120 Prime Fat Bollocks asd Heifers; 1000 Ripe Fat Wethers, Fat and Pork Pigs Calve6. c272 Calves. c272 By Messrs Robert & Rogers Jones. I SALES BY MESSRS ROBERT & ROGERS JONES, LLANRWST, AND PENRHYN ROAD, C0LWYN DAY. Monday, December 10th, 1906. TALYCAPN MART 13th Great XMAS T SHOW and SALE, when J355 in cæh Prizes given by the Auctioneers, also a Silver Cup and Special Prizes presented by the Pala- tine Oil Mill Co., will be offered for competi- tion. The present Entries include —223 Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows and Bulk, 1200 Ripe Welsh Wethers, Ewes and Lambs, 60 iBacon and Porket Pigs and Calves specially fed for Christmas Markets, and are the property of all the noted feeders in the Vale of Conway and surrounding districts. JudlginjT at 10 o'clock. Sale to commence at 11.30 a.m. sharp. .c574 By Mr Robert Parry. COUNTY of CARNARVON. — PARISH of NEVIN.—Sale of VALUABLE BUILDING LAND dtmdiad inito Thirty FREEHOLD I BUILDING SITES, conveniently situated in the Town amd Parish of Nevin, having front- age to Palace Street, Church Street, Church Lane, The Cliff, and to the Main Road leading, from Nevin to Morfa Nevin, which MR R. PARRY ha6 been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION (sub- ject to conditions there and then to be pro- duced), at the Nan-hopon Arms Hotel, Nevin, on MONDAY, the 10th day of December, 1906, at 1.30 cCclock in the afternoon. All the lots are situated within easy distance of the Nevin Beach and the continued and in- creasing popularity of Nevin as a place of Summer Resort will make for the general pros- perity of the town and district so thtaf these plots afford an opportunity for securmcr eligible convenient and valuable sites for villas and other residences. Some of the lots are in tb, heart of the busi- ness quarter of Nevin, and the absence of any other available buildings sites for shop pre- mises adds largely to the value present pros- pective of the property. The Nevin Water Mains are conveniently situated near aJi the property, and. connections can be effected at small cost. Copies of Particulars, Plans, and conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs Evan R. Davies and Davies, Solicitors, at their Offices, at the Town Hall, Pwllheli, and Palace Street, Nevin, or of the Auctioneer, at 5, SaLem Ter- race, Pwllheli. y650a COUNTY of CARNARVON.—♦PARISH of LLANYSTUMDWY (Close to the Village of Chiwilog).—Highly Important Sale of Very Desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MR ROBSERT FARiRY is instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Crown Hotel, Pwllheli, on WEDNESDAY, the 2nd day of January, 1907, at 2.30 p.m., subject to conditions then and there produced), all that FREEHOLD FARM, known as "HEN INN," in the Parish of Llanystumdwv, and within a few minutes' walk to the rapidly-in- creasing Village of Chwilqg and to the Railway Station, with good frontage to the Road lead- ing from Chwilog to Criccieth. This frontage, is most suitable Building Sites, for which there is a good demand. It has magnificent views of Cardigan Bay, Carnarvonshire and Merionethshire Mountains, and within a con- venient distance to the Avoowen Beach; 4^ miles to the Market Town of Pwllheli, and 5, miles to Criccieth. The House and Out-build- ( ings are commodious and m thorough state of repairs. The Land, measuring 24 acres or thereabouts, is of exceptionally good soil and well-cultivated with ample supply of water. Water power could be put up at a very little expense. This is a rare opportunity to secure a most desirable situated property. For further particulars a^ly to the Auction- eer. 5, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli, y892a mantth. YN Eisieu, Dyn leuanc o OF da at waith JL gwlad.—Ymofyner yn tidioed a Price, Maenan, Llanrwst. y832 WANTMD, GicAd and' Silver Holly: also Berried Holly in bags.—Apply Arthur Jones, Florist, Ragu'ley, Altrimdhajn. c667 REGISTRY OFFICE, 120, M«H STREET, Portmadoc.. Good Bitrntioiu on Books for respectable Girli.—Apply, Mra Humphreys. for respectable GMt.—Apply, lab. Humphreys. I Stamp. o450a GARDENER seeks Situation. single- handed or head of two; age 35, single; 2 £ yeans' character.—Griffiths, 18, Southbank II Road, Southport. c644a SLATE Quarry AGENCY for Lancashire and Cheshire required by Liverpool Quarry Agent having 20 years' experience. -Apply 638, "Herald," Carnarvon. c638 W" ANTED, Reliable AGENTS of both sexes in every town and village in the United Kingdom far the sale of Tea. Liberal commission.—Apply Dudley Salt Ltd., Heme Bay. c649a WANTED. Pretty Furnished COTTAGE for Lady and Gentleman, from the Spring. Harlech preferred very close Gol f Links essential.—"Beta," "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. c669 WANTED, a CLERK acquainted with the general routine of a Country Solicitor's Office, a knowledge of Welsh and1 Shorthand essential. — Apply, stating salary expected, A. Z., Office of this Paper. c661a I DOUBLE youT salary by qualifying yourself to become an Electrical Engineer; we can do this for you at your home; write for ¡ our free book, "How to become an Electrical Engineer," to Elect. Eng. Institute, 413, Nor- wich House, Southampton Street, Ho'.Oorn, London. chl47 AGENTS. — Old-Establishe d London Firm wants a few energetic Men to sell goodfe wholesale in industrial and agricultural dis- tricts. Permanent profitable employment for whole or spare time. High commission; no risk; encouragement given.—Address, Position, 19, Pitchford Street, Stratford, London. c65l NEW RHOSYDD QUARRY. — Wanted, QUARRY MANAGER to commence duties early in January, 1907. Must reside at the Company's Dwelling House, nowoccupfied by the present Manager, who is retiring.- Apply, stating salary, etc., to Secretary, New Rhosydd Office, Portmadoc, endorsed "Applica- tion." before December 14th, 1906. y845 Hayman's Balsam Cures j GOLD & COUOH Unsolicited Testimonial.—"For several years we have been using your wonderful Balsam, and we recommend I1.. t0°™ friends as a most Efficacious Remedy."— Miss HUNTER, Balham, May 20, 1905. All Chemists and Stores. Cash Prices 1/ 2/6. ASK FOR HAYMAN'S — TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. i LETTERIPRESS PRJNTING. "HERALD" OFFICE, CARNARVON. LETTERPRESS PRINTING. ) Co ht Iftt j TO Let, 6, High Street, Carnarvon.—Apply, Mr R. D. Williams, Porth yr Auar, Car- narvon. c655 ^HOP to Let, in populous district; Rent moderate; suitable for Grocery or other Business.particulars, Messrs Nee and Gor- don-Roberts, Carnarvon. c634 OLWYN BAY.—HOPE BANK DINING and TEAROOMS. Sunday Schools aad a.nd TEAROOMS. SUDday Sahools 2.!l-d Parties catered for. Beds; accommodation I for Cyclists. T«rms on application.—Davies. FFARM RHYDD-DALLADOL Rhagorol yn ardal Llanaelhaiarn, ar odreu mynydd rhamantus yr Eifl, yn agos i brif-ffordd Pwll- heli a Chaernarfon. Mesura oddeutu 100 acer. Tir rhagorol. — Ymofyner B402, "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. y799a I AR Osod neu ar Werth, hen fasnachdv ad- nabyddus, CANTON HOUSE, PEN- RHYNÐEUDtRAETH, Grocer, Ironmonger, Flour Deader, etc. (established 45 years) Cyf- leusdra rhagorol i ddyn pronadol.—Ymofyner a Mri Lloyd-George a George, neu Mr W. -0. Wililiajn^. y842 EXCELLENT BUSINESS PREMISES IN the finest position, in handsome block of new Shops, opposite the site of the new Station at Pwllheli. Splendid opening for Baker and Cgnfectioner, and also Restaurant. New Patent Two Dicker Oven, and Splendid Bakehouse. Good living accommooatiOA.Apply S. Lloyd, Bee Hive, Pwllheli. c619a THE CHALET, BEDDGELEIRT.—To be Let, unfurnished, containing Entrance Hall, Dining and Drawing Rooms, 10 Bedrooms, Bathroom and Lavatory, Kitchens, Servants' Hall and Out, Offices Hot and Cold Water and Electric Light throughout. Staibling and Cot- tage; Fishing on Dinas and Gwynant Lakes, with Boats. The Chalet is beautifully situated 3 miles from Bedd'gelert.-Apply G. F. Rudd, Beddgelert. c662a Co ht Solfr. HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINE, 6 h.p., by Ratcliffe, Hawarden; VERTICAL BOILER and Steam Connections. May be seen working by arrangement with Manager, "Herald" Office. Carnarvon. e9989 A HOUSE on Sale or to be Let at ralysarn, Carnarvonshire, close to Nantlle Station, furnished or unfurnished; 14 Rooms; mooexn conveniences.—Apply to Elizabeth Williams, Snowdon. View, Talysarn, near Carnarvon. y632& SCHOONER "Problem," register 50, burden s 105 tons, aibout 8 feet draft Sails with- out ballast; perfectly seaworthy will be sold for klSO, or applications for sailing her on shares will be entertained.—John M. Gibson, Buckley. c666 AR Wejth, CERBYDAU newyddion ae ail- law,, yn cynnwys Waggonettes, Phaetons, Rally Cars, Dogcarts, Governess Cars, Spring Carts, Lurries, Troliaa, etc., yr oil i'w gwerthu am brisiau rheeymol. — Charles Hughes and Sons, Coach Builders, etc., Portmadoc and Pwllheli. y592 OED PITCHPINE ar Werth yn logiau neu wedi eu llifio yn drawstiau neu byst, etc. Mae'f Coed yn iach, y maent wedi bod mewn gwaith unwaith; gwerthir bargeinion i Fasnacnwyr Coed, Adeiladwyr, Ffermwyr, etc. —Ymofyner, Lester, Contractor, Harbour Works, Pwllheli. y681 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS Every Mother t who values the Health and Cleanliness of her Ciiild should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4yd and 9d. Postage Id.— Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad Street, Reading. Agent for Carnarvon R. Roberts, Bangor Street. Llandudno: J. Winter. Den- bigh: Harrison-Jones and Co. St. Asaph: J. Emiys Jones. All Chemists. cll5a AR Werth, 3 Waggonette, gyda cover: Ralli a Dog Cart Newydd; Dog Cart ail law; Spring Cart bydhan hefyd dros 120 o blanciau Onen oa.rtref, sychion, bob maintdoli; Camog- au, Shaftiau, Coed Berfei; Iluaws mawr o Erydir newydd ac ail law; Gwadnau Patent Is 6c yr un, i ffitio gwahanol wneuthurwyr, sef Mealors, etc. Y pethau rhataf a mwyaf syml fu ar Erydr erioed; Shaftings, Pedestals; chvsiaau o Bulleys ar gyfer Chaff Cutters, PuJ- pers, etc.-E. DAVIES a'i FEIBION, Crown Street, Caernarfon. y849 GALVANISED CORKUOATED SHEETS, all warranted sound, 3ft., 8d; 4ft., lid; 6ft., Is 2d; 6ft., Is 4d; 7ft., Is 6d; 8ft,, Is 9d; 9ft., 2s; 10ft., 2s 3d each. Ridging, 3d per foot; Snouting, 3id per foot—Butler, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Established 1828 BARBED FENCING WIRE, in iewt. reels, 224 yards, 6s 6d per reel; plain galvan- ised wire, in lewt. bundles, 700yds., 108 par cwt.; wrought iron standards, la each. — Butler, Beil Works, Wolverhampton. Estab- lished 1828. ROOFING FELT, as lOd, 4a, So, per roll of 25 yards; Black Varnislb, 81ba. for Is; Red Oxide Paint, 71bs, for Is 6d, including tin; Wire Nails, 10s 6d, Cut Nails, 10a per cwt.—Butler, Bell Works, WolTerhamptom. c566& OAMfBRXAiN RAHjWAiYS COMPANY. TO be Soldi by Private Treaty, the several Stacks of well-harvested HAY, of tlhe I growth of 1906, standing at the under-men- tioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and, estimated to contain the respective quantities more or less also undermentioned: — Fenn's Bank, 7-4 tons; Bettisfield. 3 tons: Ellesmere No. 1, 5! tons; Ellesmere No. 2, 3i tons; Overton-on-Dee, 41 tons; Bangor-on-Dee, 7A tons; Marchweil, 5 tons; Whit- tington, 3 tons; LlynicJys, 3 tons; Pout Rhyd, Meredith (Nantmawr Bramoh), 4,1, tons; Llanymynech, 2! tons; Llansantffraid No. 1, 21 tons; Llansantffraid No. 2, 3 tons; Llan- fyHin, 11 tons; Four Crosses No. 1, 3 tons; Four Crosses No. 2, 31 tons; Pool Quay No. 1, 2i tons; Pool Quay No. 2, 4-1 tons; Welshpool, 74 tons Montgomery No. 1, 2 tons Montgom- ery No. 2, If tons Abermule, 6| tons Kerry, 31 tons; Newtown, 71 tons; Llanidloes, 7\ tons; St. Harmons, 31 tons; Doidowlod, 6! tons; Builth wells, 31 tons; Aberedw, 31 tons; Boughrood, 5 tons; Talgarth, 8i tons: Caer- sws, 31 tons; Llanbrynmair, 2! tons; Cem.mes. Road, 3 tons Glandtyfi No. 1, 4! tons: Glan- dyfi No. 2, 44 tons; Ynyslas, 31 tons: Borth, 6! tons tBow Street, 5i tons; Towyn, 4* tons Llwymgwril, 9 tons; Barmouth Junction, 4 tons Penmaenpool, 3! tons Dyffryn. ?3 tons Llanbedr and Pensarn, 3,toIlS; Harlech, 7 tons; Talsarnau, 6! tons; Portmadoc, 2! tons; Criccieth, 6 tons; Abereirch, 41 tons. For further particulars, and to treat, apply to S. WILLIAMSON, Secretary. Oswestry, November, 1906. R. G. TT UMpnREYS, AUCTIONEER'VALUER, HOUS1 AND ADVERTISING AOOfT. PORTMADOO. All Auctions and Valuations promptly attended, to and settled. It is said that Marconi will soon Get in touch with the Man in the Moon, And between you and me, His first message will be: "That delicious drink, 'Stym,' is a boon I" S T Y M? THE GENUINE WHEATLEY'S HOP BITTERS i SHEFFIELD. Of Bottlers Refreshment Houwe, and Licensed Traders everywhere. 1 AAA KILLED. —RODIN J RAT IUUU POISON kill. o» the rpot. Leavei no imell. Mr G. R. Brows write* :— "Rodine had excelleait renltc. It killed Th,oxamde of Raiw." :Dop and Oat. don'. eat it. Rati Like It, Eat It, and Die. Prioe, 6d, h, al,: 3a, ft; Poet, tl. T, HARLEY, Cluenuat, Peri.b.A.p.. I' S, lOSXRTfl, Dàemid. Caraarroa. ¡ubli! &t. ST. PAUL'S CHURCH HOUSE. OOAIG- Y- DON. GRAND EVENING CONCERT. Tuesday, \J December 18, 1906, at 7.45 p.m., in aid; of the Church House Fund. The following have promised to take part:—The Apollo Quar- tette, the Amateur Orchestra, Degaoiwy Male Voice Choir, Mrs Claxton Jones, Miss Cotterill, Mass Bone, Mr Ll. Bone, Miss Walker, Miss M. Huighes, Mr C. W. Brown, Mr Hornsby, 11 y Mr Hockey. Admission Reserved, 2s First, Is; Third, 6d. Tickets may be obtained of Mr Henry Wilson, Victoria Street,; Mr J. Win- ter, Mostyn Street, and others. rl56 ctubtrs. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a Congregational Chapel and Schoolroom at Rhosnedigr. Plans and Specifications may be inspected at my Office, Exchange Chambers, Holyhead, on and after the 10th December. Tenders, sealed and endorsed "Chapel, Rhos- nedgr," to be sent in to the Rev E. B. Jones, Bryn Hyfryd, Holyhead, by not later than Saturday, December 29th, 1906. ,The lowest or any Tender not necessarily ac cepted. JOB. OWEN, F.R.I.B.A., Arrhitect. Menai Bridge and Holyhead. hl07a flist airb Jfountr. Ymae HESPWRN GWLANOG a chlustiau drv;g yn meddiant Mr Owen Lewis, Fronoleu, Dolbeaimaen. Gwerthir os na ddeuir brofi hawl. y830a CAFWYD OEN bychan, gyda'r nod ton blaen a dymaxd cyllell o dan y ohwith. Os na hawlir ef ar neu cyn Rhagfyr 15fed, 1906, gwerthir i dalu'r costau.—G. T. Closs) Plastirion. Llanrug. y838a ——— 's PantS- LOANS GRANTED ON THESE TERMS. — £ 5 to £ 500.—Loan £ 5, repay, £ 5 12s 6d; loan £10, repay, Llt fis; loan JB20, repay, £ 22 10s; loan £ 30, repay, £ 33 15s; loan £ 50, repay, £ 56 5s; loan £ 100, repay £ 112 10s.— Applv W. JACKSON, 70, Plymouth Grove, MANCHESTER. cM7a CHRISTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A C YEAR, and it's everyone's delight to keep it up. What's that? Got no money? Then apply to the B. F. Co., and they will ad- vance as much as you require without delay. No repayments expeoted during the holidays. No loan office routine. Lowest Interest and I Repayments. Monthly payments taken. No sureties or bondsmen. Caslh brought to your house and existing loans gaid off. Immediate I attention to applicants from this district. Send for prospedts—-FREE. —JiRiITi SH FINANCE CO., 82, Market St., Ma.nchester. cllB OQA TO £ 5000 ADVANCED by Private f Lender on Simple Promissory Notes. No Bills of Sale taken and absolute privacy guaranteed. First letter of application receives prompt attention and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative who is em- powered to complete transaction on terms I mutually arranged, NO CHARGE b eLnI made unless Business actually completed. Special Quotations for Sort Loans. Write in oonfidenoe to C. WELLS, Corridor Chambers, Leicester. 63a A NY Person requiring Cash Assistance from £ 20 to £ 5000 can be accommodated OB their own note in any part of England or Wales at one day's notice, without loan office formalities, and in strict privacy, by applying to me, the actual lender, W. CAMERON, I 60, Lord Street, Liverpol. Telegrams "Finance." Telephone 1197. y35c30 NO PRELIMINARY FEES. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY In large or small sums (not lesa than £10) ON BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. Established Thirty-five Yeara, and now lending UPWARDS OF JB70,000 ANNUALLY. I Prospectuses, terms for advances, or any is. formation desired, will be supplied free of charge on application either perionally or by letter to GEOKOE PAYNE & SONS, I, ORIS CENT ROAD, Kki L, Established 1870. alIa THE CflARING-CROSe BANK, J:II&. 1871, JL CARDIFF BRANCH 73, ST. MARY ST. Assets, £1,136,249. Liabilities, £ 796,788. Suppln«, £ 339,461. 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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1906. THE LORDS AND THE PEOPLE. In order to 'be on what they deem firmer ground when they fight for religious aseen- dancy, the Tory Lords bave yielded to the demands of the Trades Unionists and of the Tenant Farmers. The government of a great Kingdom is a. very serious business; but the pranks of the solemn Lords have turned it into a rollicking farce. On Tesday, tihe Lords accepted the Tradtes Dispute Bill. This is a bill which all Tories dislike, and which some Tories bate. It is moreover a bill which many philosophical Liberals do not quite like for it seems to con- fer upon Trades Unions privileges and im- munities such as are not enjoyed by any other kind of organisation. A strong and capable Second Chamber, conscious of no ^desire to play a partisan game, and cherishing a strong and rational objection to a new measure, would have known how to deal with the Trades Dis- pute Bill, and with any similar Bill. But the Lords are weak [because they are timid and unjust. Being afraid of the Trades Unions, they are timid; being ooruscious that they stand for privilege and not for right,, they are unjust. In a cowardly mood, they allow a Bill to pass, though they denounoe it in the severest terms. (Lord Ha/Lsbuiry believes on ■wftiait he oalls his conscience "that if Parlia- ment passes the Bill, it will strike a serious blow against the spirit of freedom which has hitherto reigned throughout our laws." Lord Lansdowne says he thinks the Bill "a calamity." Yet both of them persuade the Lords to pass the Bill. Why? Lord Lans- downe very cynically and shamelessly con- fesses the reason. "We are passing through a period wthen we must move with Caution. Conflicts may be inevitable. But let us take care that if we are to join issue we' do so on grounds which is as favourable as possible to ourselves." So, we have a Bill labelled "tyrannical," "dis- graceful," "outragimus," "daaigewup," mid so forth, read the second time without a divi- sion. The object is to safeguard the privi- leges of the Lords. Are they safeguarded by dodges of this kind ? Manj who are resolutely opposed to hereditary legislation would have more respect for the House of Lords as an in- stitution, if the peers had stuck to their guns, however absurd their principles may be. As it is, they earn the contempt, always awarded to those who are "willing to wound and yet afraid to strike.' As with the Trades Bill so with the Land) Bill, the Tory Lords have dealt timidly and sneakishly. Party advantage and class privi- lege were considered ibefore the claims of equity and progress. On Wednesday, Loru 0 Carrington (who has distinguished himself both in and out of t'he House as a Land Reformer) I moved the second reading of the Land Tenure ¡ Bill in a very able speech. With great good I humour, he rallied the Tory lords on the change that had come over the spirit of their dreams. True, Tory disparagement was not so violent on this as on the previous occasion. I Probably, the peers do not hate farmers quite so bitterly as they hate Trades Unionists. Possibly, the ridicule which they had already j brought on ,t,hemselves made them dread an- I other shower of contemptuous criticisms. Nevertheless, there was much grumbling and growling. Very concisely and wittily, Lord Carrington declared what the Government is I trying to do. "The object of the Bill," fem do- clared, "was in no way to make an attack on any single landlord or on landlords as a class, j Its object, and its only object', is to make a bad landlord—if die re was such a thing—do by law what all good Jandlords had for years and years done by grace, j by favour, and by instinct. The re- sult of the burial debate was to let the Bill pass its second reading. Land questions like labour questions are not battle grounds which ¡ the Tory lords think "favourable to ourselves." As to the school question, the Lords are more hopeful. We can only reply that those who live longest will see .most. But< even now, the Tories might as well drop the silly demand | that the Government should dissolve Parlia- ment, since the Lords have mangled a Bill. As Mr Lloyd-George declared to the Palmer- stbn Clu'b, the sufficient answer to that de- mand is that the Government appealed to the country last year and received an emphatic mandate to settle the Education problem. "The way from the democracy to the throne must be cleared of all freebooters." The days. of Dick Turpin arg over. Turnpikes 'have- had their day. "FaugIi a ballagh I"
JOURNALISM AND THE PUBLIC. We report elsewhere the bankruptcy of Mr George Kemp, tobacconist and stationer, of Hoylake, who attributed his insolvency to an investment which he made, in the firm of W. H. Evans and Sons, Limited, of Chester, printers and publishers of the "North WaJea- Pioneer." The speculation proved a failure; and early in the present year the nrm went into liquidation, the paper being acquired/ by an older company. Mr Kemp admitted that while he, had every reason to .believe that it would be- a profitable enterprise, he had made- po independent1 examinatibn of the books. This adds one more to the disastrous record: of North Wales newspaper speculations. It would be difficult to compute the losses sus- tained by private individuate and con- ceirns interested in newspapers in tins- district within recent yeans, owing to- the insane cutting of prices and other causes. We think it is to the public interest t'hat strong and independent public journals should circulate in the district. It should be. an easy thing not to start a newspaper; but the temptation to the ambitious and inexperienced is apparently very great. Most people have no conception of the capital, skill, and diligence required in order to establish and keep going a news- paper concern. Many public men in North Wales (both Tory and Liberal), and many more private persons, now know. by bitter ex- perience that it is much easier to take shares in newspaper partnerships and companies than to get dividends. They also know that dividend in the form of political and social support is as precarious as the cash dividend. Some of them, before now, have been as- tounded to find that a free and independent paper supported them in a crisis, though their own particular organs deserted them, or "hedged." The public interest, we repeat, de- mands strong and independent papers. Public bodies would therefore promote public interest by supporting newspapers of that kind. Whenever amd wherever; competition forceis prices below too level of the "living wage," the result is bad for journalism as a whole; and though the evil effects on public life may not be evident forthwith, the result in the long run must be deeply detrimental.
PERSONAL At the fortieth annual festival of the St. Oswald Lodge of Freemasons, Owestry, Lord Harlech, P.P.G.W., was installed worshipful master for the ensuing year.
Colonel E. Lloyd, of Hafod, Mold, has re- ceived a telegram from India to report that I his son, Lieut. 'E. Lloyd, R.W.F., has been killed while polo playing.
The Hon. John L. Griffiths, the American Con- sul, has returned with Mrs Griffiths to Liver- pool by the "Baltic" from a short visit to their home in America..
Lord Glantawe (having been called to Swansea) I was prevented from carrying out his inten- tion to move is the House of Lords on Mon- day niiigM, tlhe restoration of the WeJsk Council clause of the Education Bill.
Mr J. E. Ellis, Under Secretary for India, was on Saturday evening presented at Notting- ham with his portrait, patinted in oils, to I commemorate hia unbroken service for 21 years as representative in Parliament in the Liberal interest in the Rushcliffe division.
The death took place at Rhyl on Tuesday of Mr John Foulkes, one of the best known re- sidents of the town. Mr Foulkes was a large property owner. He served for a number of years as a Poor Law Guardian and a church- warden, and he was one of the oldest magis- trates in the county.
Lieut. F. L. Coplestone, R.N., has been retired from the service on a pension and gratuity as the resurt of an accident to his ear, due to heavy gunfire. For three years Lieut. Ooplestone had been attached to submarines,. and was in command at the date of his re- tirement.
Sir 'Richard Williams Bulkeley, Lord-Lieu- tenant of Anglesey celebrated his 43rd birth- day on Tuesday. The employees on the Baron Hill Estate were given their usual holiday, and a peal in honour of the occa- sion was rung on t'he bells of the Parish Church.
The High Sheriff-elect of Flintshire (Colonel Edward Lloyd, of Hafod), has been in- formed by cable of the death of his eldest son, Lieut. Edward Lloyd, of the" Royal Welsh Fusiliers, from injuries received whilst playing polo in India. Great sympathy is felt with the family.
From Wednesday's "London Gageltte:" — Major and Brevet _Lieut.-Col. Edward S. Builfin, Poyal Welsb, Fiusi-lkei-s, rto be an Asst. Adj. and Qmr. Gen., and is promoted to the Brevet rank of Coll., vice C. F. N. Macready, U.B., whose tenure of the ap- pointment of Asst. Qmr.-Gen. has expired.
"Ar Bobl" for November 24th contains a powerful plea by Marc Coursin for Bretoit local autonomy. He .recalls the vote of the Chamber of Deputies of January 16, 1903, by which Brittany, though voting with practical unanimity for religious instruction in the Breton language, was denied that right by the will of the neighbouring provinces.
In a letter of Sir John Puleston, acknowledg- ing on Mr Chamberlain's behalf a resolution passed on the 28th uilt. by the Executive Committee of the City of London Conserva- tive Association, Mr Wilson says:—"Mr Chamberlain is grafteful for this kind expres- sion of goodwill and sympathy, and is glad to say that he is deriving much benefit from tiie rest which he is taking."
The death took place, on Friday of the Rev J. R. Hughes, curate of Flint. He was 35 years of age and was a native of Borth. He had. been at Flint about four yeans.