Wl)e Jlate r. genes, IMPRESSIVE FUNERAL AT LLANRWST. The funeral of the late Dr. T. E. Jones, J.P., of Henar, Llanrwst, the account of whose death appealed in our last issue, took place on Satur- day afternoon at St. Mary's Church. The service at the house and at the graveside was conducted by the Rev. John Morgan (Rec- tor), whilst at the Church the Revs. J. Titley Williams, Thomas Roberts, and J. D. Davies officiated. The procession from the house was led by the magistrates, of whom there were the following:—Mr O. Isgoed Jones, Mr L. W. Jelf-Petit, Mr W. B. Halhed, Mr John Black- wall, Mr W. J. Williams, Mr Edward Mills, Mr E. Jones Owen, Mr H. J. W. Watling. Then followed Dr. J. W. Owen (Llanrwst), Dr. Lloyd Roberts (Colwyn, Bay), and Dr. Clifton Hughes (LLanfairfechan). The clergy present included the Revs. John Morgan., J. Titley Williams, Thomas Roberts, and J. D. Davies. The Magis- trates' Clerk, Mr C. T. Allard, was also present. Then followed twelve members of the GLan Geir- donydd Brotherhood, for which the deceased had acted as medical adviser for many years. The hearse was followed by the chief mourners, Dr. A. Thompson Hill and Dr. S. Rees (nephews), Misses Bessie and Annie Hill (nieces), Mrs Evans, Festiniog, and Miss Roberts, Trefriw (cousins). Amongst the general mourners we no- ticed Rev. J. 1. Farr, Mr G. W. Tinsley Pennant, Mr J. E. Humphreys, Mr A. Lloyd Griffith, Mr T. Latimer Jones, Mr McFarlane, Mr E. P. Hughes, Mr J. Council Smith, Mr T. Rogers Jones, Mr J. P. Faichney, Mr J. R. Williams, Mr Evans Jones, Mrs Hargreaves, Mrs Black- wall, Mrs Moulsdale, Miss Winnie Halhed, and others. The bearers were Messrs D. Ellis, William Jones. Robert Jones, J. Owen Jones, Cadwaladr Grffiths, and Kershaw. Floral tributes were sent by Arthur, Winifred, and Robert; Bessie, Annie, Lillie, and Mary; From his sisters from Gwen and family; Mrs and Miss Jones, Loretto, Rhyl; Mary and all at Llanarmon Rectory; Mr Evan Tones, Printing Office; Mrs Dodd, Glen Mair, Trefriw Mrs Hargreaves, Miss Jones, Mrs and Miss Pear- son, Bryn Odol, Coiwyn Bay; Mr and Mrs BLackwall, Hendre; Mr and Mrs Moulsdale, Newlands, Colwyn Bay; Margaret Galloway, Mr E. Jones Owen, N. & S. W. Bank, Llanrwst; Mrs and the Misses Williams, Bryn Madyn, Llan- rwst; from all at Bryn Derwem; Mr and Mrs Watling, Fron Ganol; Etlen Gwynedd Watling, Fron Ganol; Mr C. T. Allard, Mr, Mrs, and Miss Jelf-Petit, Rev. T. and Mrs Roberts, Rhiw- i las from Plas Cae'r Groes Mr and Mrs C. F. | Davey, Bettws-y-Coed; Dr. and Mrs Fox, Bet- y tws-y-Coetd; Mrs Peter Lewis, Towyn. The funeral arrangements were carried out by Mr D. G. Wilson, Maldwrn House.
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Sales by Auction. I MESSRS. Robert & Rogers Jones, LLANRWST & COLWYN BAY, Auctioneers, Valuta, House and Estate Agents. (ESTABLISHED 1853). UNDERTAKES Sales of Landed and Build- u ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Household Furnit.ire, &c. House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Valuations for Tenant Right, Probate, and Mortgage Purposes Inventories carefu y prepared and examine^, lectOO. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for leading Offices. OFFICES: Ty'n-v-Fytiw.ent, Llanrwst, and Penrt vn Road, Colwyn Bay. Telephone Nos. Llanrwst. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1909. CONWAY VALE FARM, GLAN CONWAY. O ALE of the Farming Stock, the property of o Mr. James Burgess, who is quitting the farm^ MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, 1909. ALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE ] of 96 Fat Cattle. 10 Calving Cows and Heifers. 15 Store Cattle. 623 Fat Wethers and Lambs. 9 Fat Calves and Pigs. Sale at 12-30 P-Trl. 2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1909. ySGEIRIALLT, ABERGELE. O AIF OF FARMING STOCK, PRODUCE, (the property of Mr. D. W. Hughes, who is leaving). ,—— ——- Mr. MATTHEW RYAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER & ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late MR. GEO. F. FELTON, Auctioneer.) R^-RIKTWN BAILIFF under the Law of Distress GENERAL CERWIKD ND AND WALES. Mi? T? V nreoarld to undertake Sales and Valuations R. R\ AN 'SPREP. Q INVKNT0RIES TAKEN AND CHECKED m any Distric t years v-,e has been em- on reasonable terms, tor t p Count Houses and Hotels ployed cm Va uations at ea S-' j v^ales and elsewhere. Sales. HVGHEST REFKRENCES GIVEN. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Antiques purchased or sold on commission. AUGUSTA ST. (Nearly oppose the S1 Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO. 1*2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1909. D EGANWY NORTH WALES. SALE OF TWO FREEHOLD VILLAS By Order of the Executors to the late Mrs. MATTHEW RYAN is instructed to offer VI for Sale by Public Auction attheDeganwy Castle Hotel on the above date at gPg the two delighfully situated Freehold known as "BON AIR facing the mam road Deganwy to Llandudno, and near the Hotel • also MAELOR (originally known as < Iberconwv ») on the main road between Deganwy and Tvwvn, overlooking the river and the Town of Conway. Both houses are tenanted. Particulars may be obtained of berlain & Johnson, Solicitors, Llandudno, or of the Auctioneer. Augusta-street. Llandudno. 1655 MR. JOHN PRITCHARD, Auctioneer and Valuer, BANGOR. Preliminary Announcement. MA RLE FARM, near LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. A T R. JOHN PRITCHARD will Sell by Public V I Auction at a iuture date (unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made by Private Treaty), the above Highly Valuable Freeho BUILDING ESTATE, suitable for the erection of Marine Residences, Villas Bungalows, &c„ comprising an area ot 95 acres, exceptionally well ^uate^tbm^^s- tance of Llandudno Junction with its service or quick trains bringing Lancashire and the Midlands TII? ^SonT most delightful, commanding "■STSSS? particSarrlpply to the Anct.oneer, Ba0g0rMesSrS. PORTER, AMPHLETT & Co., Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay & Llanrwst, or Messrs. J. M. PORTER & ELCOCK, Architects and Surveyors, J&75 The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. ..LVJL Mr. S tOHNSTON AUCTIONEER, VALUER, Certificated Bailiff, House Agent, Insurance Agent. Q ] ON BUSINESS-LIKE LINES. OElCS PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. SECRETARIAL AND ACCOUNTANCY APPOINTMENTS UNDERTAKEN. SALES BY AUCTION OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS Held in WESTMINSTER SALE ROOM, SEA VIEW CRESCENT, Evcy THURSDAY, at 2 and 6 o'clock also every SATURDAY, at 6. ENTRIES INVITED. Address- WESTMINSTER CORNER, COLWYN BAY, North Wales. Telephone iig. IN ORDER TO SUCCEED it is necessary to be known. The beet: way to become known le to advertise The best paper in which to advertise is The North Wales Weekly News. Sales by Auction. BLAGKWALL, HAYES & CO., AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS, LLANRWST, AND AT LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Liv and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Houses to Let, furnished and Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. Telephone No. 17. Removed for Convenience of Sale to ^AE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd, 1909. Wm. Pierce, Penmachno.—ANNUAL SALE of about 50 Calving Cows and Heifers, Store Bullocks and Heifers, 100 strong Mountain Wethers, Horses, Ponies, &c. Sale at 12.30. Usual credit. 1534-2 ALTERATION OF SALE. c AE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. THE periodical Sale of Dairy and Store Cattle, Sheep, and Lambs is altered from Tuesday, November 23rd, to TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30th. 8 MR. H. F. ASH BY, AUCTIONEER & LICENSED APPRAISER, House, Land, Estate and Insurance Agent, CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 121. SALES BY AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Freehold House and Shop Property, Building Land and Estates, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c., &c. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Probate, Business Trans- fers, Hotels. &e. j INVENTORIES carefully prepared and examined. AGENT for the Principal Insurauce Companies. Prompt personal attention given to all matters. Houses to Let Furnished and Unfurnished. Certified Bailiff under the Law of Distress Amendment Act. All Sale Accounts settled the day followin the Sale N.B.—The Auction Mart will be open daily to receive entries for Sale. GOOD CLASS ENTRIES SOLICITED. Note new address-Llewelyn Chambers (ground floor), Conway Road, Colwyn Bay. ) SPECIAL SALE. WEDNESDAY NEXT, 24th NOVEMBER, 1909. CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, CONWAY ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Highly Interesting and Important Sale of Genuine ANTIOUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, a fine Collection of OLD CHINA, PRINTS and DECORATIVE ITEMS, removed for conven- ience of Sale. MR. H. F. ASH BY is favoured with in- structions from the owner to Sell by Auction, at the Mart, as above, a la^equanti^ of GENUINE ANTIOUE AND DECORA IIV E EFFECTS, Comprising brieflyAntique Oak Chests and Cupboards, Chippendale and Sheraton Pieces Gate Leg Tables, Grandfather Clocks, Fine Old Bracket Clock, Old Oak Bureau, Old Copper Warming Pans, Pewter and Brass Ware Old Sheffield Plate, &c., a fine Collection of Old China including Crown Derby, Dresden, Old Staffordshire Leeds, Whieldon, Swansea, Nantgarw, &c., Wool Worked Samplers and Pictures, Baxter and Le Blond Prints, Hogarth Engravings, Oil and Water Colour Paintings, together with an excellent Upright Grand Pianoforte, &c. Sale to commence at 12 noon prompt. On View (with Catalogues) from 9 o'clock morn- ing of Sale. Catalogues (price 3d. each) of the Auctioneer, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay. Tel. 121. 1722 Messrs. G. P- erkins & Co., with 20 years local expeiience, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Fstate Agents, 16, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. SALES and Valuations ot Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farming Stock. Household Furniture, &c. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade Stocks, &c. Fire Loss Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offices. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories prepared and Prompt attention given to all matters, with IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS Telephone No. 27. Colwyn Bay. 3' CPIARLES MORGAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER &,ND HOUSE AGENT, Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms, COLWYN BAY Undertakes Sales of House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Certificated Bailiff. Rent Collector. Inventories carefully prepared and examined. Offices:—Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. Mr. F. J. Sarson, F.A.I., Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute, Incorporated AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT, VALUER TO THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF CARNARVONSHIRE. COUNTY AUCTION MART AND OFFICES, LLANDUDNO. Established 1883 MR. F. A. DEW, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Yaluer and Land Agent, Colwyn Bay, TELEPHorm N. TBLBPHONE No. 2X3. and Conway. ESTABLISHED 1869. Public Notices. In the matter of a Deed of Assignment for the benefit of Creditors, dated the 29th day of July 1908. Executed by Richard Davies and Roger Parry Jones trading as Davies and Jones at Hope Bank Woodland Road Colwyn Bay Builders. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all per- sons having any claims against the Estate of the said Richard Davies and Roger Parry Jones who have not already sent in their claims are required on or before the 30th of November 1909 to send in their names; and addresses and the par- ticulars of their claims to the undersigned the Trustee under the said Deed at Wynnstay Chambers Colwyn Bay or in default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the second Dividend proposed to be declared. Dated this 17th day of November, 1909. ALFRED G. PUGH, Wynnstay Chambers, Chartered Accountant. Conway Road, Colwvn Bay. WILLIAM BUCKLEY, DECEASED. A LL PERSONS having claims or demands > against the Estate of the late William Buckley, of Withington House and La Noria," I Woodland Park, Colwyn Bay, in the County of Denbigh, are required to send particulars of such demands to the undersigned. NUNN & CO., Solicitors for the Executors. Colwyn Bay. Miscellaneous. ONJURING MAGIC. 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I M V Your own name and address printed on. '|Vi II Specimen Books may be seen or sent to U Y'I any address on application. I\ R. E. JONES & BROS., F ((( )} "Weekly News" Office, 1(H I COLWYN BAY. J IN MEM OR 1AM OARVS. Choice Designs in Stock. To be had at R. E. JONES & BROS'. Central Library 8, Station-road, Colwyn Bay; Rose Hill-street, and Bangor-road, Conway. Parliamentary Notice (^4.406) 5th November, 1909. Investing Rural District Council with Urban Powers: Determining Special Expenses. CON WAY RURAL DISTRICT. CI 1 TORY PF.ACTL OF LLYSFAEN. iia TO THE RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL of CONWAY :— And to all others whom it may concern. WE, THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT BOARD, having received and duly considered an application from the Rural District of Conway under Section 4 of the Private Street Works Act, 1892, for the issue of an Order putting in force in the contributory place of Llysfaen, in their District, so far as regards parts of certain streets, certain provisions of that Act as herein-after mentioned, do hereby Declare and Order as follows :— ARTICLE I.-Until We by Order otherwise direct, the provisions of the Private Street Works Act, 1892, except so far as they relate to the sewering of streets, shall be in force in the said contributory place so far as regards the parts of streets herein- after described and the said Rural District Council shall, except as aforesaid, be invested with all the powers, rights, duties, capacities, liabilities, and obligations which an Urban District Council may, by the adoption of the said Act, acquire, under those provisions, in the said contributory place, so far as regards the said parts of streets that is to say- So much of Cadwgan Street as is situate with- in the said contributory place So much of Cadwgan Road as is situate with- in the said contributory place So much of Wellington Road as is situate within the said contributory place; Bodelwyddan Avenue throughout its existing extent as measured from its junction with the main road leading to Abergele to a point distant 840 feet or thereabouts So much of Bodelwyddan Avenue West as extents for a distance of 310 feet or there- abouts from its junction with Bodelwyddan Avenue; and So much of Meiriadog Road as extend for a distance of 420 feet or thereabouts from its junction with the main road to Abergele. 1 ,1.5: H.The expenses incurred or payable by RaiCouncil in the execution of the powers conferred upon them by Article I. of this Order, except so far as those expenses may relate to their Establishment or Officers, shall be Special Expenses within the meaning of the Public Health Act, 1875, chargeable upon the said contributory place. 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Telegrams "Reliance," Conway. 2q8 "ANTIQUES." R. S. JOHNSON, 4, High Street, CONWAY. A Large and Varied Collection of Old English and Welsh Furniture, China, and Embroideries, Etc., are now on view at the above newly opened premises. "The Old Cottages of Snowdonia." Owners of Genuine Antique desirous of selling, would oblige by sending a post card or calling at the above address. I
Birtbsi, ittarriages, aiib 1JBeatbg. The announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender. The charge for Notices of Births and Deaths is is. each. In Mjamoriam Notices, 2s. 6d. Marriages, 2S. 6d. An extra charge is made for booking. MARRIAGE. THOMAS.—STARTIN.—November 6th, 1909, at St. Lnke's Parish Church, Cannock, Staffordshire, by the R v. F. L. Ashworth, Joseph Thomas, mining con- tractor, of Heatb Hayes, Staffordshire, and Fanny Startin, of Gwyndy, H award en-road, Colwyn Bay. DEATHS. JONES—November 10th, at his residence, Henar, Llanrwst, Thomas Evans Jones. SUMMERS—November 13fch, at Loncion, Sarah Eliza- beth, wife of A. H. Summers, Glea Bank, Old Colwyn, aged 25 years. Deeply regretted. I I FUNERALS by j M. & J. WILLIAMS, Funeral Directors, | HIGH STREET, CONWAY. Estab. 1850. Telephone 3x3, | J" 1134G |
UNPRODUCTIVE ADVERTISING is the oniy kkid that costs money. Advertising in the North Wales WeeTeiy News fays yMl. Public Announcements. f PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. TO-NIGHT, Thursday, November 18th (For One Night only). MISS MAGGIE MORTON'S Famous Company, in the world-renowned Drama: TWO LITTLE SAILOR BOYS." Reserved Stalls, 2s. 6d. and 2s. Bookings at Fleet's Music Stores. Doors open 7.30, commence at 8. Carriages at 10.30. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS NEXT WEEK AT THE PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, BY RESLDS- FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES. New Programme next week includes Magda," Visit to Bombay," Boyhood of Vidocq," and many others. Special Attraction for next Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 25th, 26th and 27th, Expensive production of the GREAT GLOVE FIGHT for the Light Weight Championship of the World, between SUMMERS and WELSH. Don't fail to see Welsh, the undefeated Taffy. "INDIA AT HOME." I The Dark Continent of Science and the Light Side of Nature. Great Enthusiasm in Colwyn Bay. Enormous Attendances. Records Broken. SOCIETY'S LATEST & GREATEST SENSATION. MR. and MRS. VICTOR ANDRÉ, THE EUROPEAN MAHATMAS. Sensational Trance Reveries! Remarkable Demonstrations Startling Revelations If you wish to know anything, ASK THE ANDRES. Supported by a Brilliant Company, Including The McGrecors, Society Entertainers Mr. A. Clark Sutton, Humorist; Misses Grace, Wij^c'ocffpd Edna Lynton. Vocalists and 'thur Instrumentalists. GRAND CONCF.RT. UP-TO-DATE TABLEAUX BOY SCOUT." EDNA IN SONGS AT THE HARP. PERFORMANCES OF GREAT MERIT. r-.ms. VICTOR ANDRE, Rosicrucian Somnomist in Dream Visions," and MR. VICTOR ANDRE, Psychometrist, Prestidigitateur, Ventriloquist. The Fun King." ———— There is net a more pleasing and enjoyable Entertain- "iffwEIRD PandC' MYSTERIOUS; at times DRAMATIC, sometime* TRAGIC, with awe inspiring, PATHETIC, and SOUL-STIRRING incidents, whilst at other moments it is bubbling over with FUN. There is no other Entertainment in the World that creates more hesrty. innocent MIRTH, and it is withal TASTEFUL, PIQUANT, and CHASTE in the highest degree. Doors Open 7.30; commence at 8. Carriages 10.10. Seats 2S., is.. 6d. Next Week (commencing Monday, November zznd, 1909) OXFORD HALL, PENMAENMAWR. Monday, November 29th, and during the Week TOWN HALL. LLANDUDNO. "God Save the King.' ONWAY WOMEN LIBERAL c ASSOCIATION. A MEETING at CARMEL C.M. SCHOOLROOM, On FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, at 3 p.m., When BSjps. LLOYD GSSOHG-E AND mrs. IIATE FREEMAN Will address the meeting. President -■ Mrs. OLDMAN, Deganwy. All Women are cordially invited. 1716 Extension Lectures, I9T99;0 PIER PAVILION, COLWYN BAY. Tuesday, November 23rd, Parliament from the Press Gallery." By SPENCER LEIGH HUGHES, Esq. (" Sub Rosa"). Tuesday, December 14th, "Irish Wit, Humour and Genius." By Rev. JOHN GLEESON, F.R.G.S. Tuesday. February 1st, 1910, "The Romance of Plant Life." By F. MARTIN-DUNCAN, Esq., F.R.P.S. Tuesday, March 1st, "Other Worlds than Ours." By MISS MARY PROCTOR. Tickets for the Course: Lounge. 5s.; Semi-Lounge and Balcony, 2s.; Back Seats, is. Single Tickets, 2S. 6d. and 3d. Doors open 7.15. Lectures commence 7.45. „ f R. WILLIAMS, Metropolitan Bank. Hon. Sees. JOS H. ROBERTS. SHEEP DOG Annual Trials, January ist, 1910. CLASS I.—Open. jst Prize, £$and a Silver Cup.. 2nd £ 2 1 os. od. Entrance 3rd „ _f i XOS. od. j 5s. 4th 15s. oüd. J CLASS II.—Open only to Dogs with a radius of 20 miles that have not won a First or Second Prize. 1st Prize, £ 3 os. odY 2nf os' 0 j" | Entrance 3rd „ £ 1 os. od. r 4th „ 10s. od. j J 5t.h „ 5s. od.J Entries close December 24th, 1909. O. HUGHES, 1700 Secretary GAS COKE. WE have a special Lot of Gas Coke on offer, and WONDER whether you are requiring any of this fuel. IF you are, we shall be pleased to quote you. THIS is an exceptional opportunity, and we trust our ADVERTISEMENT will induce you to write us. The Coke we offer WILL be found of excellent quality, or we should not BRING I it before your notice. We urge you to write US by return as we do not anticipate ANY difficulty in obtaining immediate ORDERS to clear the quantity we have for disposal. Please give name of this paper when asking price. THE G. J. EVES ON, COAL & COKE Co. LTD. BIRMINGHAM. 15.56