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Sales by Auction. MESSRS. ROBT. & ROGERS JONES, Auctioneers and Valuers, LLANRWST. MONDAY, JANUARY 8th, 1906. AL-Y-CAFN 'TART PERIODICAL SALE 01,' FA'I' AND S'I'O.I"E CATTLE, FA'I- T WETHERS AND EWES. Sale to commence at 11.30 a.m. THE COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS AND PROPERTY MART, "VRONHAULOG" (Next to the Public Hall). MR. JAMES STEVENS, Auctioneer, Valuer, and Estate Agent (With over 30 years' experience). SALES BY AUCTION AND VALUATIONS of Landed Estates, Business and Residential Properties, Farms, Live and Dead Stock, &c. Expert Hotel Valuer and Stock-Taker, Certificated Bailiff. These exceptionally fine Auction Rooms are Open Daily for the receipt of Consignments of every class of Goods, and FURNITURE SALES will be regularly held EACH MONDAY at 2 p.m, whilst SPECIAL SALES may be arranged for and will frequently occur at intervening dates. ALWAYS ON VIEW. OWNERS and SOLICITORS are invited to use these Rooms as a PROPERTY MART for Afternoon and Evening SALES BY AUCTION. A REGISTER OF HOUSES to Let (Furnished and Unfurnished) or for Private Sale is systematically kept, and every attention paid to the requirements of APPLICANTS to whom No CHARGE is made. AGENT TO FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, and other PRINCIPAL INSURANCE OFFICES. Telegrams: Stevens, Auctioneer, Colwyn Bay, National Telephone: 4Y3. Sale 48. STONEYCROFT, YORK ROAD, COLWYN BAY. PRELIMINARY Notice of Sale by Auction of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, early in January, 1906. Mr. James Stevens, Auctioneer, The Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. Nat. Tel., 4Y3. Mr. F. A. D E W. AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, YALUER, & LAND .1 AGENT, Colwyn Bay, TELEPHONE No. 21. and Conway. TELEPHONE No. 2x3. ESTABLISHED 1889. SALES of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold: Business Premises, House Property, Building Land, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, Pictures, Books, and Plate. VALUATIONS of Estates, Business Premises, Private Residences, Building Land, Standing Timber, Agricultural Property (including Tenant Right Valuations under Agreement or the Agricultural Holdings Act), Dilapidations, &c., and for Probate, Mortgage, Trustees, Business Transfers, Hotels, &c. BLACKWALL, HAYES & GO, AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS, LLANRWST. Proprietors of the Llanrwst Horse Repository. Sales held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Har- ness, &c. Entry forms and conditions on application. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Houses to Let, Furnished and Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. JOHN BOOTH &Co. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. Sales by Auction and Valuations of LANDED ESTATES, HOUSE PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIVE STOCK, Etc. UNDERTAKEN ON REASONABLE TERMS. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage and Transfer. Sales by Private Treaty. Mortgages Negotiated. Inventories made and examined. Agents for Fire, Life, Personal Accident, Live Stock, Plate Glass and Mortgage Insurance, with the Leading Companies. Offices-i6, Station Road, TELEPHONE No. 27 (Cohvyn Bay). Colwyn Bay. Particulars of Properties for Sale, or To be Let Furnished or Unfurnished, for- warded free on application. GWALIA T T OTEL, ri 8 and 9, UPPER WOBURN PLACE, TAVISTOCK SQUARE, LONDON, W.C. Telegraphic Address "GWYNFA, LONDON." Telephone No. 3648 Central." A very comfortable Hotel, spacious rooms. very central 5 minutes' walk from Euston, St. Pancras, and King's Cross Stations, 20 minutes from Paddington, by Underground Railway to Gower Street. Electric Light throughout. Terms very moderate. Night 1 Porter. Proprietor: EDWARD JENKINS. Also GWALIA HOTEL, LLANDRINDOD WELLS. Apartments. 16 WORDS, 6d.; 3 WEEKS, is. NGI..ESEA HOUSE, 5, Mecklenburgli Square, W.C., London. Bed and breal<fast, 3S.: per A week, i,5s.; board from 25S. io min. Eustoii, Central 'I'lieitres, West End, City Tube. Situations Wanted. 16 WORDS, 6d.; 3 WEEKS, is. GOVERNESS, certificated, 24, desires engage- ment, Wales one or two children small salary.-Walker, College Grove, Wakefield. A YOUNG Lady desires a post as Governess.—• Apply, A," The Hollies, Victoria Avenue, Rhyl. Situations Vacant. SITUATION Wanted, as Groom or Groom- Coachman ride and drive, single or pair.— Apply, Neale, Chewstoke, Bristol. OCEAN LINERS.—Persons desirous becoming Steamship Stewards, Stewardesses, Bakers, Butchers, Pantrymen, Stokers, Trimmers. Address- ed envelope for Circular.—Wm. Breakell, Birkdale, Southport. A GENCY for SERVANTS and FURNISHED i\ APARTMENTS. Stamp.-—Apply, Miss Evans, Snowdon View, Pwllheli, North Wales. AGENTS, and others with Spare Time, wanted to represent London house for sale of choice Teas. Libeial commission to those with safe connection among good families.—Farrar, Church Row, Aldgate, London. AGENTS required in unrepresented districts for the Imperial Accident, Live Stock, and General Insurance Co., Ltd. Est. 1878. Horses insured against Death from Accident and Disea.se, Mares for Foaling and Loss of Foal. Farmers' Liability for accidents to labourers insured. Claims paid, £ 300,000.—Address, Manager, 17, Pall Mall East, London, S.W. STEWARDSHIP on Board Vessel. Full parti- culars of how to obtain the position will be forwarded by an ex-steward on receipt of P.O., is. —J. Pryce, Hampton-in-Arden, Warwickshire. \/| EN and Women Wanted to work our rapid IV X Knitting Machines at their homes, making work for us to sell to the trade no experience, no canvassing steady work good money earned distance no hindrance.—Write to-day, the Hardy Machine and Woollen Company, 29, Brown Street, Manchester. CLERKS desiring Homework for evenings send addressed envelope.—Forshaws' Colonial Office, 14, Victoria Square, Bolton, Lancashire. /CANADIAN GOVERNMENT require agnail- s' turists, experienced or unexperienced. Im- mediate employment. Lucrative and excellent prospects.-Apply early, Charles Wright (Repres- entative), Steamship Booking Office, Chester. No fees. Wanted. HOME wanted, not in Colwyn Bay, for good house-dog, young, fond of children.—Apply, Westwood, Mostyn Road, Colwyn Bay. WANTED at once, Rough Shooting, for one or two guns; State yearly terms.—Vollam, Craig-y-don, Llandudno. U NFURNISHED HOUSE, West end of Colwyn Bay (for March, 1906), containing about 3 sitting and 9 I)edrooms.-Particulars to 24," Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. 1 Dozen given for soap wrappers, Sunlight, £ Lifebuoy, Perfection, Pink Carbolic; i-|d. Health and Matchless Cleanser; cash prompt return post.—Simpson, Odsal, Bradford. WANTED, Crab Apples (all sorts), and small apples.—For best possible prices and prompt cash, write to Squire Hardy, Fruit Buyer, Stalybridge. OLD FALSE TEETH !-We give highest pos- sible prices for above. Offers made, and if not accepted teeth returned. Dealers also in Old Gold and Silver in any form.—Woolfall & Com- pany, Birkdale, Southport. HIGHEST PRICES paid for Old Engravings, China, Antique Furniture, etc. Reply, in confidence, A.B.C," Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. Horses, Carriages, &c., for Sale. HORSES of every description for Sale for Cash or by Instalments or for Hire.—Oxford House, Hazlitt Road, West Kensington, London, W. All Sizes and Prices to Suit all Businesses. HORSES,COBS,PONIES, WAGONS, CARTS, Floats, Traps, Harness, &c., for Sale, Hire, or Exchange, and pay as you can. The great advan- tage of this is that horses, &c., unlike other things on easy payments, earn the payments for which you get credit as you go on. It is great economy even to buyers for cash; they avoid many risks and have fair trials with vIew. to purchase. Buyers should see these this is an old-established place with a good assortment on hand, and does not advertise selling under various pretexts.—PARKER WOOD, 22 & 25, Vauxhall road, Liverpool. Telephone 0213 Central. VESICO Sudorific (Flying Horse Trade Mark).— A non-itching white blister for lame or un- sound horses; for weak joints, strained sinews, diseased bone, puffy swellings, without interfering with ordinary usage.—Price 2s. 6d. or 5s., of Gregory & -Co., Temple, Bristol: or through chemists. FOR WEDDING, BIRTHDAY, and other Presents. The Best and Cheapest House is R. E. JONES & BROS'. Central Library, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay, and Rose Hill Street, Conway. Public Notices. AL\?0I.YiNIAIZIAN Draw, l,lysfaeD.-Winning Nuii-ibers.-i\o. 223, Christi-riis Cake; No. C 163, P. Post Ctrd All?uin No. 284, Dressed Doll; \'O 2r)4, Welsli Doll; NO. 266, Lady's Compan- ion; No. 210, Gent's Tobacco Pouch; No. 276, Photo Frames. ———————————————————————————————— CARNAHVONSHIRE LOCAL EDUCATION i AUTHORITY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance .4 with the provisions of .Section 8 of the Education Act 1902, that the County Council of Carnarvonshire, being the Local Education Authority for the purpose of Part 3 of that Act, propose to provide a New Public Elementary School for about 360 children at Llandudno Junc- tion, in the Parish of Llangwstenin. The School will be available for the following area:—The' Parish of Llangwstenin and the Borough of Conway. EVAN R. DA VIES, Secretary to the Local Education J Authority. Dated the 13 th day of October, 1905. Section 8 (1) of the Education Act, 1902, provides as follows— (1) Where the Local Education Authority or any other person or persons propose to provide a new Public Elementary School, they shall give Public Notice of their intention to do so, and the Managers of any existing School, or the Local Education Authority (where they are not themselves the persons proposing to pr 1 0- vide the School), or any ten ratepayers in the Iarea for which it is proposed to provide the iSchool, may, within three months after the notice is given, appeal to the Board of Educa- tion on the ground that the proposed School is not required, or that a School provided by the Local Education Authority, or not so provided, as the case maybe, is better suited to meet the wants of the District than the School proposed to be provided and any School built in contra- veniion of the decision of the Board on such appeal shall be treated as unnecessary." /OLWYN BAY AND COLWYN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. CARTAGE. TENDERS are invited by the above Council for the Carting and Teamwork for the High- ways, Sanitary and Water Departments for the year commencing the 1st of January next. Form of Tenders and Conditions of Contract may be obtained on application at the office of Mr. Wm. Jones, A.M.I.C.E., Surveyor to the Council. Tenders should be delivered to the undersigned sealed and endorsed Tender for Teamwork," by 12 noon on Tuesday, the 2nd of January next. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender, and reserve the right to accept any tender in part. JAMES AMPHLETT, Clerk to the Council. Council Offices, Colwyn Bay, 20th December, 1905. R E ELIZA ANNE DEW DECEASED. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd and 23rd Vic. cap. 35 intituled An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees AJ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all 1 Creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of Eliza Anne Dew late of Grasmere Colwyn Bay in the County of Denbigh Widow deceased (who died on the 8th day of September 1904 and whose Will was proved by Frederick Arthur Dew of Colwyn Bay afore- said Auctioneer and William Thomas Duke Wil- liams of the City of Manchester Bank Manager the Executors named therein on the nth dav of December 1905 in the Principal Registry of" the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice) are hereby required to send in the particulars in writ- ing of their claims or demands to us the under- signed the Solicitors for the said Executors on or before the 23rd day of January next after which date the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased among the persons entitled thereto having regard only to the claims and demands of which they shall then have had notice and that they will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 20th day of December, 1905. PORTER, AMPHLETT & JONES, Municipal Buildings, Colwyn Bay, Solicitors for the said Executors. R E JANE WALES, DECEASED. PURS,ITANT' to, the, Statute 22n?d' and 23rd, Vi tor' c- la, cap. 35, ,entitled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees." TV | OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all 1\ Creditors and' other persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of Jane Wales, formerly of 2, Sydenham Grove, Chelten- ham, in the County of Gloucester, and late of Glenluce, Colwyn Bay, in the County of Den- bigh, Spinster, deceased (who died, on the 30th day of July, 1905, and whose Will was, proved in the Principal Registry of the Probate Division of Hisi Majesty's High. Court of Justice on the 14th day of December, 1905, by William Ernest Tetley, of 8, Piccadilly, Bradford, York- shire, Solicitor, the Executor therein named), are hereby required to send the particulars in writing of their debts, claims, or demands, to us, the undersigned, Solicitors for the said Exe- cutor, -on or before the 15th day of January, 1906, after which date the said Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the said de- ceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims, and demands of which he shall then have notice, and he will not be liable for the assets of the said de- ceased, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands he shall not not then have had notice. Dated this' 19th day of December, 1905. WADE, BILBROUGH, TETLEY & Co. 8, Piccadilly, Bradford, Solicitors for the said Executor. I Miscellaneous. AN'1'ED, smart Agents (either sex), whole or spare time. Canvassing all classes. Re- W markably quick selling 3d. article 7s. 6d. to 4Ss- easily earned wee'klv. Exceptional discounts. Sample (on approv?1), with terms, 4d. free.- Address, Manufacturers' Agent, Primrose Cottage, Henderson's Avenue, Belfast. MATRIMONIAL POST, sealed envelope 5d., with circular gd. Established over quarter century. Editor Rooms, 9 to 14, Trafalgar Buildings, London, W.C. A HOUSE.—No Rent, no Landlord, anywhere in England. We have helped 14,000 to this, and can help you. Write for free booklet to W. W. Benham.—Box W. 352, 72, Bishopsgate Street Without E.C. BUSINESS MEN should ha-ve their books Audited and BALANCE SHEETS properly drawn up. INCOME TAX Appeals and Repay- ments. For advice and information, apply to Askew & Company (Accounts Department), Busi- ness Agents and Accountants, 28, Imperial Build- ings, Dale End, Birmingham. Low charges. North Wales Accountant interviews free. rHE MEDICAL HOME, Coed Pella Road. Colwyn Bay.—Hospital trained Nurses supplied, electricity and massage, nursing appliances. Matron. MASSAGE.—MISS CLINT, Certificated Masseuse, Nauheim Treatment (London Certif.), attends patients at their own homes.— Address, Sandringham, Mostyn Road, Colwyn Bay. CHURCH and• Art Needlework Orders taken by MISS EDITH CLINT, Sandringham, Mostyn Road, Colwyn Bay. NY Photo copied for real photo postcards, J~\ single proof, yd. 2s. 6d. dozen Cabinets, best finish, like engravings, 6s. dozen 3s. 6d. for 6; proof copy, is. Stamp photos, is. dozen.—Send photo and P.O., Marks, 6, Fairfield Terrace, Bath. n RABBIT or HARE SNARES, 2s. 3d.; a O grand snare over 15,000 in use this season. —KNIGHT, Cedar House, Auchinblae, N.B. XMAS THE BEAT-ALL SERIES. 20 Highest Quality Folding Cards, 1/ All different worth double. Your money returned if not approved. Send early and get the best. Forward is. and id. postage to C. HALLY & CO., O- 46, Rochester Row, London, S.W. ARDS. USEFUL OCCUPATION FOR THE WINTER.—Rug-making Machines, is. and is. 6d. each. Patent Tube Embroidery Needles, for raised wool and silk work, 6d., is., and is. 6d. each. Descriptive circulars, stamped addressed envelope. -The Home Rug Machine Co., 126, Walworth Road, London, S.E. /T EACH—Why pay more ? Old Shirts I'O refitted complete, with fronts, cuffs, and neckbands (undressed); guaranteed linen, fronted fittings. Customers recommend remittance with return postage. Send now, best time.—Thomas Waters, Manufacturer, 12, Howard Street, Belfast. Cunard Line-White Star Line. Passage booked. Berths secured in good positions on applying at once to William Henry Ellis, Shipping Agent, Bryn Euryn, Llanfairfechan. BEAUTIFUL NOTTINGHAM LACE. A BARGAIN don't miss this monster parcel of lace and insertions in long, useful lengths, suitable all purposes; an i8in. square of beautiful allover lace included, if required; the lot sent carriage paid is.—W. Lee, 58, Peveril Street, Not- tingham. PORTRAIT Enlargements for agents,canvassers, etc.; superior quality at lowest price; popular and profitable; send for prices.—Address Yorke, Enlarger, 120, Glenroy Street, Cardiff. IZAND Trade Secret.-H-ow to increase bus' -i G ness ioo per cent. in few weeks.-P.O. lsl.l stamped addressed envelope, H. Martin, Esq., 12, Stoneham Road, Hove, Sussex. RAGS.—Any class bought, new or old. Special- ity Tailors' and Dressmakers' Clippings; Prompt cash Bank reference.—Handley & Drury, Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England. DEAD RATS found by Mr. G. Bloom- 2 20 field, of St. Mary Hoo, from one 2S. box of Sandford's Rat Poison. Mice and Mole Poison equally effective. Boxes, IS. 2d. upwards from- Sanford & Son, Sandy, or Chemists. BAZAARS, BAZAARS.—Write for particulars of the most up-to-date designs in Madeira Fancy Basket-ware. Most successful.—Ralpa, 6, Lloyd's Avenue, E.C. Letters only. LUCKY Charm.—Are you unlucky? Just try my Egyptian Talisman Charm it will at- tract happiness, success, and riches. With direc- tions P.O. is. id. Write to-day.—Miss Pritchard, Post Office, Whitney, Hereford. FREE—Your Career and Destiny Foretold by Celebrated Astrologer. Send birth date and stamped envelope, Madam Gordon, 27, Barony Street, Edinburgh. MASSAGE and Electro-Massage. Lloyd Williams, Certificated Massuer, attends patients in Llandudno and District.-—Address, Holme Dale," Pleasant Street, Craig-y-Don, Llandudno. Llandudno. PATCHWORK. 50 pieces lovely new silk, 6d., 100 pieces, gd., big lot Beautiful Velvets, 1/3, large bundle Prints, 1/4, Crewel Silk, 5d. per dozen. Carriage paid. M. Burgess & Co., St. Mary's Road, Moston, Manchester. FISH.—Nine stone Cod, Ling, Haddocks, Plaice, ios.; 9 stone Headless Frying Fish, 10s.; 400 Fresh Herrings, 12s.; Salt Cod, 2s. stone; best Smoked Haddocks, 2s. 6d. stone; Kippers, Bloaters, 2s. 6d. box; Bass Selected Fish, 2s. 6d.-Lacy & Son, Fish Docks, Grimsby. Miscellaneous (Continued). IRDS and Animals Preserved cheaplv by ?rac- tical ba?-ids; latest riiproven-ients.-F. Liver- B more, Windley, Derby. My Wife and Children. For the best method of protecting them in the event of my ILLNESS or ACCIDENTAL DEATH apply to Mr. W. E. Jones, Insurance Broker, Beaumaris. BOOT Dealers.—Trade supplied illustrated price list; 800 varieties.-—Holmes Ware- house, 31, Newarke Street, Leicester. PHOTOGRAPHIC CHRISTMAS CARDS.— Photographs and Cards complete, 2s. 6d. to 4s. per dozen. Call and see Specimens. Edwards, Photographer, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. — (\CEAN LINERS.—Persons desirous of becom- „ f ing Steamship Stewards, Stewardesses, Bakers, Pantrymen, Butchers, Stokers, Coal Trim- mers, forward stamped envelope, Egerton Breakell, Caroline, Wigan, Lane. PHOTOGRAPHY extraordinary.—12 carte-de- visites, is. gd., 6 cabinets, 2s., splendid en- largement, mounted, IS by 14 in., 3s., send photo (any size) and postal order.-H-ants Photographic Company, Como, Evan's Road, Southsea. LOOK HERE! Manufacturer's Stock of 5,000 Pairs of Men's Trousers to be sold regardless of cost. Send waist and inside leg measure. 4/II, slII, 6/II. Carriage paid on all orders. Money returned if not satisfied. —THRIPPLETON, WEBSTER & Co., Armley, Leeds. NFLUENZA AND COLDS.-Lady will send 1; prescription of cheap, never fal In- cure, for is. 6d. and stamped addressed envelope.—Address, W.M. Weekly Netvs Office, Conway. T T OME." An Illustrated Magazine particularly Jrl interesting to Tenants. Specimen copy post free on application, mentioning this paper, to The Editor, 3, Brushfield Street, E.C. -P RATS. RATS. RATS. G. H. CARLTTOIN, Chemist, 1)unltice Street, M .Larne, reports: Thi morn,g a customer of mine Is got the full of a meal bag of dead rats, after using 'RODINE' Rat Poison." RATS LIKE IT, EAT IT, AND DIE. PRICE—6d., is., 2s., 3s., SS, Post, 2d. HARLEY, Chemist, Perth. Agent: W. P. JONES, Chen ist, Penmaenmawr. THE PATRIOTIC INVESTMENT SOCIETY, Ltd. North Wales District Office: 20, GIORGE STREET, LLANRWST. REPRESENTATIVES wanted for the above at Festiniog, Portmadoc, Carnarvon, Ban- gor, Conway, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, Abergele. Salary and Commission f-io cash security returnable. H. WYNNE, Superintendent. Public Announcements (Con.). RHYL BOXING DAY EISTEDDFOD will be held in the QUEEN'S PALACE, RHYL, DECEMBER 26th, 1905. ADJUDICATORS Wilfrid Jones, Esq., R.A.M.; Llifon, Pedr Mostyn, Dr. Parry, Huwco Penmaen, Rhydderch, and J. Bevan Evans, Esq., (Director of Eduction). PRINCIPAL EVENTS: Chief Choral Competition (Male Voices, not under 30 in number), ''The Britons" (" Y Brythoniaid ") (D. Prothero). Prize, < £ 20. Party (mixed) not under 25 or over 3Q in number, In Vain You Tell (0, Emlyn Evans). Prize, X7. Juvenile Choirs, The Night Bells (Vincent), Prize, .£5. Duett (own choice). Prize, Pl 10s. Solos (each voice). Prize, £ 1 Is. Special Prize (open only to the winners in their respective voices), XI 10s. Rhyddiaeth (Prose), Barddoniaeth (Poetry), Adrodd- iadau (Recitations), Celfau (Arts), &c. For full particulars aDd List of Subjects (One Penny, per post, ltd.) apply to the Secretaries, PARRY & JONES, 28, Abbey Street, Rhyl. LLANRWST EISTEDDFOD, Whit-Monday, June 4?Lh, igo6, Great Musical Competitions. Over Z400 in Prizes, Artistes, &c. ADJUDICATORS: HARRY EVANS, Esq. DAVID HUGHES, Esq. GWILYM RICHARDS, Esq. Some of the Principal Items: CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, over 60 voices. (a) "Arise all Potent Ruler" D. Emlyn Evans. (b) "Sleep, my Darling, sleep," W. M. Roberts, ist Prize, £ 40; znd Prize, tcxo. MALE VOICE COMPETITION, over 40 voices. Pa" (a) The Village Blacksmith," Dr. Jos. Y. (b) "Be thou faithful," D. D. Puny. Prize £ 30, and a handsome Marble Timepiece, value £3 3s., to the Conductor, presented by Messrs. G. Owen & Son, Llanrwst. JUVENILE CHOIR COMPETITION. "The Moun- tain Rill." Harry Evans. Prize, X8. MIXED PARTY, QUARTETTES, DUETTS, SOLOS (all voices), &c., &c., and Numerous Competitions in Literature, Arts & Crafts. Syllabus may be obtained from the Secretary, price 2d. HENRY JONES, 48, George Street, Llanrwst.