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H BUILDING LAND, BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TO LET OR FOR SALE. M J. M. Porter & Elcock, Architects, Surveyors, and Valuers, Land and Estate Agents, THE ESTATE OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. Telephone: No. 38, Colwyn Bay. Telegrams: "Plans," Colwyn Bay. DETACHED SUBSTANTIALLY BUILT STONE RESIDENCE, on outskirts of town, 4 Reception, 7 Bedroems, and convenient domestic offices, Stabiing, etc. Well planted Grounds, also Gardener's Lodge. Nearly three acres in all. About one mile from station and sea front. Splendid views. VICTORIA PARK.—"Ruthven," pretty semi- detached house, 2 Sitting, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom. Garden with small glass house. Very suitable for business or professional man. OLD COLWYN.—Detached and semi-detached Villas, close to Golf Links and Sea Front. BANGOR.—A good house containing 4 Recep- tion, and 7 Bedrooms, Stabling and Motor House. Furnished or Unfurnished. ■ APARTMENT HOUSES. Several excellent Houses in commanding positions. ■ LLANDDULAS VALLEY.—A Choice Freehold Building Site. Ideal spot for gentleman's residence. FURNISHED HOUSES to Let for Winter Months. Rents moderate. SHOPS.—Several excellent Shops to Let in some of the best business positions in the town. Rents ranging from c60 to £150. OFFICES.—Several suites of rooms suitable for Offices; also one good single room. For further particulars and orders to view, apply as above. Parciau Building Estate, Colwyn Bay. I -O be sold on Chief or Freehold, in plots for H JL detached or semi-detached Residences. H Splendid views of hills and sea, several with south H aspect, and sun during winter. H Roads sewered and completed. No charge for H making. Gas and Water laid on. Land tax redeemed. H Money advanced on two-thirds value of Land and Buiidings at 4. per cent, if required. No pro- curation fee. Railway Stations, Post and Tele- graph conveniently situated.—Apply ■ Messrs. J. M. Porter & Elcock, The Esitate Office, Colwyn Bay. 39 I ESTATE AGENT. I SURVEYOR and /V/ I VALUER. Af?/ H Estates managed ■ and developed. 40% ■ Valuations and CAYLEY ■ Surveys for I ail /S?/ ESTATE I purpose /W OFFICE, t Wynnstay t Chambers. t OOLWYN BAY. M TELEPHONE No. 55. t Aigentt to the Gayley Estate, which comprises N some 300 acnes of ripe Building Lamni between Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea, with magpiifixsect uninterrupted sea frontage of upwards of 1,000 yards. 1399 J. R. MALEK, ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, VALUER, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, 17, DENBIGH STREET, LLANRWST. 34 CONWAY VALLEY AND COAST.—Houses Furnished and Unfurnished, To be Let or Sold. Sheep and Grazing Farm To Let and for Sale. Bungalows and Building Land for Sale. Those with Houses to Let apply as above. Terms reasonable. 1567G R. ARTHUR JONES Land, House and Estate Agent, THE ESTATE OFFICE, CONWAY (Near Town Hall), and at THE ESTATE OFFICE, DEGANWY (Near Post Office). REGISTER of Land, Houses and Property for Sale, and to Let in Conway, Deganwy, Llan- dudno Junction, Conway Valley, Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, and surrounding district. 1294 Houses for Sale. XCEPTIOINAL OPPORTUNITY. Freehold JLL Houses in Bournemouth and district; all near Trams. Price, ^200 each. Instalments. Free Deeds.Kinson Pottery, Parfetone. 1699 HOUSE for Sale; dining-room, kitchen, scul- lery, three bedrooms, bathroom (h. and c.) electric light throughout.—J. K. Morris, Port Hill Gardens, Shrewsbury. FOR SALE, No, 18, Mount-street, Menai F Bridge, Freehold House and Land, about 1000 square yards splendid Building Site sani- tary arrangements perfect; finest scenery on the Menai Straits.—Apply, Craig Fawr, 20, Mount- street, Menai Bridge. 340A MENAI STRAITS, ANGLESEY fbetween Beaumaris and the Bridge).—A very desirable Detached House, with frontage to the Straits, containing 5 entertaining rooms, 7 bed- rooms, bathrooms, lavatories, &c., 4 servants' bed- rooms, good domestic offices; outside stabling for 5 horses, man's room, &c.; kitchen garden, orchard, well-wooded grounds; private boat-slip.—For further particulars, apply to Boult, Son and Maples, 3, Cook Street, Liverpool. HOYLAKE.—" Orchard Cottage," Drummond Road. Compact Detached House, with nice garden price for immediate sale £ 800.—W. F. Beavan, Estate Agent, West Kirby. ALE OF CONW~AY.—On^SaIe, Valuable Freehold, price £ 925, Semi-detached, known as Bod Marian" and Bod Hyfryd," close to Glan Conway Station; containing 10 rooms. Healthy Locality. Picturesque Scenery. Also several Lots of Choice Building Sites. Further particulars from A. J. Williams, Bee Hive, Llangefni. 328a Unfurnished Houses to Let. AMLWCH. — Spacious, well-lighted Shops, occupying an important corner position in the most central part of the town, opposite Thomas Lewis' Grocery Stores. Ample living accommod- ation, yard, and back entrance. Suitable for any business requiring exceptional show-room accom- modation and space. Low rental.—Apply, Mr. J Elias Jones, Penmaenmawr. 326A rTHO LET, with immediate possession, Spring- X field, Spurstow, if miles from Beeston Castle Station, containing dining-room, drawing-room, smoking-room, bedroom with bathroom, and w.c. on the ground floor; 6 bedrooms, dressing-room, bathroom, and w.c. on the first floor, servants' hall, kitchens, cellars, &c., and conservatory, accom- modation for 6 horses, with coachhouse cottage for coachman house, together with garden, grounds and paddock, occupy about 8 acres.— Apply W. McCracken, Englesea House, Crewe. j'^O LET.—House, No. 19, John-street, Llan- X gollen.—Apply to James Clarke, 11, Bridge- street, Llangollen. TO LET.—No. 1, Llwyn-terrace, Oswestry; 4 bedrooms, sitting-room, 2 kitchens, gar- den possession November 1st; also No 5, ditto drawing, dining-room, 5 bedrooms, 2 kitchens, and gardens immediate possession.—Apply, Hol- land, Llwyn Villa, Oswestry. I^O LET.—22, West-street, Llangoiien. far- lour, ki tchen, back kitchen, cellar, 4 bed- rooms, bathroom, (h. & c.), outhouse and yard, usual offices.-G. E. Fussell, Ruabon. Furnished Houses to Let. COL WYN BA Y.-A Small Furnished House not far from shops, containing one or two sittingrooms, three bedrooms, kitchen, Gas cooker and piano, for about two months. Terms must be very moderate.—Apply No. 1705, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. COL WYN BA Y.-Small house, centrally situ- ated, Electric light and piano, low terms.— Apply, Box No. 1644, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. r1"0 LET, Furnished, Pentre Bychan Hall, near X Wrexham large entertaining rooms and billiard-room 17 bed and dressing rooms, 2 bath- rooms stabling, motor house, and gardens shoot- ing over 320 acres. 300 to 400 pheasants turned out; immediate possession.—For further particu- lars apply T. G. Boscawen, Land Agent, Wrexham. COLWYN BA Y.- To Let, a comfortable Fur- nished Lodge, containing 6 rooms winter months very low terms.—Apply, Miss Child, Ken- mare, Hillside-road, Colwyn Bay. 1575 House to Let. COLWYN BAY.—To be disposed of as a going concern, a well-appointed Boarding House, contains 3 Reception and 8 Bedrooms; situate near sea iront close to Station and Pier; high- class connection furniture at valuation satisfac- tory reason for relinquishing.—Full particulars and orders to view from J. M. Porter & Elcock, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. 1718 Offices, &c., to Let. 0 LET, in Station-road, Colwyn bay, Kooms JL suitable for Offices. For terms, apply A.B.C., Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. To be Let. TO LET, Commodious Shop and Dwelling- House situate in Castle-street, Conway, known as the Emu Restaurant possession at Christmas.—Apply, Ind, Coope & Co., York House," Vaughan-street, Llandudno. 1713 OUSE and SHOP To Let, Bon Marche/' Watling-street, Llanrwst. Good business centre. Reasonable rent.—Apply J. D. Jones, Solicitor, Watling Chambers, Llanrwst. 1701 p O LET.—Am old-established and convem- X ently-situated Smithy, in Denbigh-street, Llanrwst. Very moderate rent. Splendid open- ing.-Apply, Hugih Jones, 8, Tyddyn-terrace, Llanrwst. 1670 TABLING for 5, with coach-house and excellent room for warehousing, close to Conway Railway Station.—Apply Box 1131, Weekly News Office, Conway. Apartments to Let. COLWYN BAY.—Apartments offered small private family winter months or perman- ency moderate terms.—Ivy Lodge, Lawson-road. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS, near Station C —Ty Newydd, Church-street, Conway. 59 INTENDING visitors to North Wales invariably send for a copy of The Weekly News in order to obtain the names of those having Furnished Houses or Apartments to let. Therefore unless you advertise yours, you do not stand anything like the same chance as those who do. Send your order at once. 16 words 3 times Is. 24 words 3 times for is. 6d. Address, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay or Conway. Apartments Wanted. WHERE TO SPEND A QUIET HOLIDAY? W The VALE OF LLANGOLLEN, accord- ing to Ben Brierley, is The Queen of Valleys," and Our Own Country describes it as The Valley of Jewels, the Jewel of Valleys." Not only is its scenery lovely, but its mountain air is bracing and most salubrious. Intending visitors should secure comfortable apartments by advertising in the Llangollen Advertiser and North Wales Journal, 25 words, gd.; three insertions, is. 6d.—Hugh Jones, proprietor. 1"HOSE having Rooms to Let, Boaraing House X Keepers, and Hotel Proprietors, should advertise in the West Bromwich and Oldbury Chronicle," and secure a share of the patronage of the Thousands of Visitors from South Staffordshire and North Worcestershire who visit this District during the Summer.—16 words, once, 6d. 3 times, ,I/- 6 times, 1/6; three months, 3/3.-Address Chronicle, West Bromwich. mo Houses to Let or for Sale. PENMAENMAWR. o be Let or Sold, a j. Choice Freehold Detached Residence, from 1St May, 1910. It stands on 3,950 square yards of land, consisting of flower, fruit, and kitchen gar- dens, full sized Tennis lawn. Situation unsur- passed. The house contains nice hall, 3 reception and 8 bedrooms, servants hall, large cellars, bath- room, 2 w.c.'s and lavatory, usual domestic offices. —Apply, Duncan, Penmaenmawr. 382A To be Sold by Private Treaty. ON SALE by Private Treaty, Upland Farm, 25 acres, good shooting between Dafarn Newydd and Eglwysbach.—Fuller details apply Hugh Clark, Llysfaen. TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty, Two Houses, with gardens and out-houses attached, situ- ate in Liverpool-road, Buckley.—Apply, Gregory, 8, Bathusrt Park-road, Lydney, Gloucester. To be Let or Sold by Private Treaty. 16 WORDS, 6d.; 3 WEEKS, is. TO BE LET OR SOLD by Private Treaty.— The Freehold Land and Buildings at Johns- town, late in the occupation of the Ruabon Waggon Company, adjoining the Ponkey Branch of the Great Western Railway and having a siding therefrom together with the Boiler, Engine, Crane, Shafts, etc., now on the premises. The whole site comprises 5,395 square yards or thereabouts, and the piece of land and office on the south side of the road may be let or purchased separately, sub- ject to conditions.—Apply to Messrs. Bury and Acton, Solicitors, Wrexham. Land for Sale. LAND IN COLWYN BAY (Dundonald-road) for Sale for erection of small houses or villas. —James F. Taylor, Solicitor, 71, Lord-street, Liverpool. 327A Business for Disposal. MILK Business, nice country district same hands many years selling 300 gallons weekly retail, and making £5 weekly profit all the year round; week's trial allowed to prove nice dairy premises, hen runs, &c. price required only £ 140; a most decided bargain; proprietor will stay on with purchaser until he is thoroughly in- itiated.—Mason, 71, Market Street, Manchester. GROCERY and Provision Business, in main street; well fitted up double-fronted shop immediate possession.—Holland, 19, Town Hill, Wrexham. POULTRY Farm and Margarine Manufacturer in Cheshire, turning over £ 2,000 yearly, desires financial assistance to extend his operations company being promoted and is requiring a secre- tary with £ 500, to be secured by shares and a salary of CI94 per annum.—Apply R. Barrow- Sicree, Solicitor, 20, Sir Thomas-street, Liverpool. Tuition Wanted. BRIDGE.— Beginning lessons wanted by lady and gentleman at Colwyn Bay. Terms moderate.—Apply No. 1704, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. COLWYN BAY.— Wanted Italian Lessons. State terms; moderate.—Apply Box No. 1703, WeeklyiNews Office, Colwyn Bay. Money. ( "API TAL provided for thrifty Tenants who wish to own their own Homes. Particulars free on application to the Manager, 72, Bishopsgate Street Without, London, E.C. PPLICATIONS for Mortgages and Temporary A Advances on good security, personal or otherwise, will receive prompt attention.—E. P. Morris, Accountant, 36, Mostyn-street, Llandudno. 314A ARE YOU requiring a prompt and strictly private advance of £ 10 or upwards ? Then I invite you to write to me, in strict confidence. You can rely on being treated in an honourable and straightforward manner, and upon terms, etc., being arranged to your satisfaction.—Apply to F. W. Hughes, "Silverdale," 63, Kingswood-road, Moseley, Birmingham. 11590 CASH ACCOMMODATION Y,20 to ,61,000. Interest 2s. 6d. in the « £ for agreed period. < £ 20 repay X22 10s. R50 repay X56 5s. ■ £ 3t) X35 15s. XIOO „ EI12 10s. W. JACKSON, 70, Plymouth Grove. Manchester. MONEY LENT AT SHORT NOTICE. Advances of large or small amounts (from Zio upwards) granted without delay on promissory note only, NO BILLS OF SALE TAKEN. MODERATE TERMS. NO APPLICATION FEES. BUSINESS CONDUCTED STRAIGHFORWARDEDLY. Full information supplied, either personally or by post, free of cost, and all enquiries treated with confidence. Repayments arranged to suit bor- rowers' convenience. Apply to GEORGE PAYNE & SONS, 3, Crescent Road, RHYL Established 1870. 562 THE NATIONAL LOAN SOCIETY IS expressly Established and Registered pursuant to Act of Parliament, to make private advances without Loan Office formalities, to all Classes (Male or Female), FROM ACIO TO £ 1000. ON SIMPLE WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY, for any immediate need or private use to Start in Business, to Furnish your House, to Buy Stock when the Market is Low, to Pay Rent or Rates. Cash sent by post, if desired. You can get Money privately here, as interviews are unnecessary, and references are not required. Genuine Applications never refused. The advance can be paid back by monthly, quarterly, or half-yearly instalments or, if desired, the advance can remain out up to five years by paying interest only. Distance no object. Interest and Repayments lowest in England and Wales. Strict privacy and straightforward dealings guaranteed. Borrowers paying extortionate interest elsewhere are requested to apply to us, when existing loans can be paid off, and larger advances made at much lower rates of interest. It will cost nothing to enquire, but may save you pounds, by applying in strict confidence, in English or Welsh, for our free prospectus, to THE NATIONAL LOAN SOCIETY, 41, CORPORATION STREET, MANCHESTER, Estab. 1887 Nat. Telephone, 260x5 or to our North Wales District Offices: 10, DEAW-ST., BANGOR; and 19, Queen-street, Wiexiiam. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY From £ io to £ 1000. On NOTE OF HAND ONLY, at the following rates for agreed periods:- Loan. Repay. I Loan. Repay. -t Z s d. Y, £ s. d. 10 10 15 0 50 53 5 0 20 21 10 0 100 107 10 0 30 32 5 0 1000 1075 0 0 Small repayments accepted by arrangement or if desired the advance can remain out by paying Interest half-yearly. Distance no object. Can be seen personally daily in North Wales tor interviews by appointment. Existing Loans paid off and larger advances made at much lower Interest. Strict privacy guaranteed, whether business done or not. If con- venient to call apply by letter, as business can be arranged by post. You will avoid paying extortionate interest and heavy repayments above your means. by applying to Mr. ELLIS RObiiR i S, Station Chambers, 15, riodfor-street, Rhyl. Farm and Garden. Best Flowering Bulbs, 4s 6dTll5o for I 2s 6d 275 for is 6d 100 for is., with instructions.—Garden Supply Stores, 31b, Plough- road, Rotherhithe, London. 353A L RUIT TREES. Great sale. Best-named V standard, and pyramid, 2s. 6d. to 8s. a dozen; 19s. to 55s. a loo.Particulars, Jenkins, Fairfield Estate, Cheltenham. 1666 ALBERTS BASIC SLAG.-For prices, apply A to W. Ellis & Co., Merchants, Abergele. [821 qnn ^™^T FLOWERING DUTCH BULBS, 2s. gd.; 150, is. t>d.; 100, is. ifd. All postage paid. Splendid assortment of Hyacinths, Tulips, Daffodils, Snowdrops, Narcissus. Scillas, &c.-Spencer's Bulb Depot, 113, Old Dover-road, Blackheath, London. 299A T LOWER POTS. 192 for 7s. 6d. (orate re- r tamable). 12 Sin., 20 6in., 50 5M1., 60 4,in-, 50 3m. Special quotations for quanti- ties. Send for catalogue, free.—'Herberts Park Pottery, Darlaston, Staffs. 1360 WANTED, 10,000 tons of Clover Hay, for cash, any qwantity bought.—Joseph Howarth, Oswestry, Salop. 27a Poultry. OCKERELS, 4s., 5s. Silver Wyandotte, Buff Orpington, White Leghorn, Minorca. -Miss Tawke, Hockley, Essex. 1691 O,OK!-Tc> Poultry Keepers.-String Net- ting, 1 in. mesih, 215yds. by iyd., is. 25 by 2, 2s. 25 by 3, 3:s.-Henry Robinson, Net Works, Rye. 342A HENS. Cohen, 15, Short-street, Spitalfields Jn Market, London., buys live old hens. Correspondence invited. 1637 Situations Vacant. WANTED.-Young Girl wanted for work of W small country cottage. References re- quired.—Mrs. Owen, The Pines, Penrhyn View, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos. 1721 WAN TED, for Old Colwyn, General Servant W able to do plain cooking.—Apply, Box No. 1717, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay.' jT) "1 per week addressing envelopes (work at I home).—Particulars, addressed envelope to Supply Co., Kingly-,stTeet, London. 1698 WAN 1 ED a General Servant.—Apply Mrs. T. O. Morgan, Pantygraianog, Conway. 1685 HOUSEMAID Wanted at once, with some ex- JH perience of the work. Good reference required.-Roberts, The Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst. DRAPERY.—Wanted, sharp Youth as Appren- tice also, Girl as Cashier.—Apply, W. S. Williams & Sons, Llandudno. 1678 GROCERIES and Provisions.—An Assistant, a good all-round hand must be thoroughly honest, sober, and trustworthy, and not afraid of work; Welsh; state age, experience, wages (in or out doors).—Address, J. Roberts, Railway Stores, Denbigh. ENEKAL, 17-20 (Protestant), good home for respectable girl; references good wages.—27, Dingley-avenue, Orrell Park, Aintree. GENERAL, superior setded person, early riser, good plain cook, housework, for quiet country place, good references required, wages £17.-Mrs Greene, Pentrecelyn, Ruthin, N. Wales. CAN any lady recommend reliable, experienced Nurse (Scotch preferred) for baby of two months.-Moorcroft, Frodshgm, Cheshire. OUNG MEN WANTED to join the ranks of I the CHURCH ARMY for FREE Training as Evangelists or Labour Home Fathers age 18 to 30 regular Church of England communicants, abstainers, single, zeal essential, not education or fluency small guaranteed salary old-age pro- vision splendid sphere of work for Christ.—Con- sult, in confidence, naming this paper, Candidates' Secretary, Church Army, 55, Bryanston-street, Marble Arch, London, W. A1 once, strong General; good wages good home for suitable girl.—Write, "Beresford," Beresford-road, Wallasey. USE!1 UL Help, age 24 all duties except wash- ing good references; small family no children.—Apply, Mrs. Thomas, 15, Mount-road, New Brighton. Nu mbersuperior Servants.—Cook and Housed maid Wanted, newly-married lady; Generals, small families,—Mrs. Dutton, 39, Dickenson Road, Rusholme, Manchester. AT TENTION Miss Robinson, late 3, Old Mill- gate, has commenced business at 74, Greame Street, Alexandra Park, Manchester. Good Ser- vants Wanted. BERYS I'WYTH.—Wanted for small private A house, young General Servant; no cooking wages £12. Also Young Girl, fond of children, for nursery wages £ 8.—Mrs. Jones, Bulcote, Llan- badarn Road, Aberystwyth. U I'CHEI<Wanted, clean, all-round Young Man, for beef and pork; well up in smalls abstainer live in state wages and reference.— Davies & Son, Butchers, Welshpool. ROCERY AND PROVISIONS. Smart G Junior state age and salary.—R. Herbert and Co., Menai Bridge. ENERAL (good) wanted at once; good refer- J ences.—Apply, Essex House, Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. 1674 ADVERTISEMENT Canvasser for North Wales. A London Publication. Good Commission. Permanency-prospects.—Apply, Box 1615, Weekly News Office, Conway. ANTED EVERYWHERE, Traveller for W Poire Honey. Salary and Commission. Butterw,o,r,th, Ciherniistt, Manchester. 1377 PERSONS WANTED to address envelopes at JL home. For particulars, stamp.-Wallace King Company, 8, Maaonis-avenue, Coleman- street, London, E.C. 1667 REPRESENTATIVE. — Wanted for Mineral Water Firm of high standing to work a portion of North Wales whole time need not be given first rate references necessary.—Apply with full particulars to D.M., care Spiers and Pond Ltd., Advertising Agents, 35, New Bridge-street, London. 1670 R APERY.—Immediately, First-class Fancy Window-Dresser.—Full particulars first letter.—R. J. George, Draper, Carnarvon. LADY-HELP as Nurse, by 15th inst., for 2 little boys and baby, 4 months must be experi- enced good references required.—Mrs. Hargreaves, 64, Dacrehill, Rock Ferry. WORKING Housekeeper at once for small business house.—Full particulars, W. Price & Co., High-street, Northwich. H- OOSEMAID- WAITRESS, experienced, imme- JLJ. diately good needlewoman small family. —Harris, 61, Scarisbrick New-road, Southport. Situations Wanted. POSITION Wanted at once as Working house- JL keeper, good references.—E.B., 5, Grosvenor- place, Leeds, Yorks. FOR the winter months, situatiorTlis House- maid or Parlourmaid in small family.— Apply, H.. Eaton Hill, Tarporley, Cheshire. WANTltD, Post as working housekeeper, 1 child, small wage.—Apply W. Richardson, 115, Railway-street, Southport. WAN TED by superior person, Scotch," situa- tion as useful Maid or Help to lady.—Apply, Johnson, Abermorddu, Wrexham. = Y- OUN-G-Personseeks situation as Sewingmaid- JL Dressmaker would assist with housework 2 years previous.—Watkin, 24, Stanley-street, Welshpool. GARDENER (Head), life experience, fruit, plants, vegetables, forcing smart decorator; married (31); recommended character and ability. Chadwick, Meaford, Stone, Staffordshire. AUNDRY.-Working Manager and Book- keeper; experienced in wash-house; at liberty references moderate salary Liverpool district preferred.—W., c/o 3, Coronation-street, Blackpool. Wanted. W ANTED.—Tuck's Picture Postcards, post- marked, 1909; also unused. Send sa.,nples.-S. Royston, Paddington, Warring- ton. r695 WANTED supplies of Turkeys, Geese, Chickens, and Ducks. Best price given. —Joseph Carson, Deganwy. 348a OLES.-Gerrard Brothers, Furriers, Edin- 1 burgh, pay highest price for full furred Winter Skins. Send for particulars. 345A LADY of good social position, living Cheshire, wishes, for the sake of companionship, to meet with lady to live with her expenses shared. —M., Dunham Grange, Bowdon, Cheshire. Matrimony. 16 WORDS, 6d. 3 WEEKS, IrS. tch ADVERTISER has several English and Scotch Ladies on her books, all ages between 21 and 50, with small and large incomes, desiring strictly honourable Correspondence for marriage, suitable for tradesmen earning £ 3 to £ 5 weekly, or for gentlemen having incomes from £ 300 to £ 5,000 yearly only gentlemen whose names and addresses appear in the Directory will be entertained or receive any reply; introduction terms reasonable.4? —Miss Stanley, Hall Grove, Cheadle, Cheshire. MATRIMONIAL POST," ESTABLISHED HAJ, century; 15,000 marriages arrangewy larger than all matrimonial agencies in the wy y combined. Sealed envelope 5d., with circular/ —Address, Editor, Room S.N. 10, Trafalgar-b v/p ings, London. For Sale. L OK SALE—Iwo Wooden Sheds, Pack Mat, X Lawn Mower, Two Ladies' Bicycles (old).— Holmfield, Morfa, Conway. 1710 BEST Galvanised Corrugated Sheets.—5ft., D is 2d; 6ft., is 4d; 7ft., is 6d 8ft., is 8d. Ridgecap Nails, Washers, Bolts. Carriage paid on lots of 20s.—Alyn Galvanizing Works, Mold. [304a GUN. A bargain. Double Breeculoader. lat- est improvements, finest steel barrels, left choke, well finished, nicely balanced, splendid killer, approval; 38s.Sportsman, 13, New- castle-street, Merthyr. 349A POSTCARD PORTRAIT CROUP 19 Cabinet JL Ministers, 2d; 6, 6d. 13, is.-Barrett, Hawes-street, Leeds. HOSIERY "DIRE€T~FRa^FACTORY~ RDOn pairs ladies' all wool cashmere hose, \J\J vU guaranteed, two pairs, 2,s. 3d., post free. Direct Trading Co., Dept. Y. Offices: 53' Silver-arcade, Leicester. Write for price list. 1694 LADIES' get. solid gold three stone rings, post free, 51s. Money refunded if not satisfied.—" Sptdalities," 104, York-road, West Hartlepool. 1696 T,EDGES.-Silver F-npllish Lever Watch, jt perfect order, 20s. approval. Gold curb Albert, hall-marked, 50s.-Quin, Crosscauseway, Edinburgh. 1697 USE OUR PLATES.—Half Plates 1/4, Quarter Plates 7|d. dozen; P.O.P. or Gaslight Post- 2 cards 100 I/4 Mounts, Backgrounds, &c.; sam- ples and catalogues free. Works, July-road, Liverpool, E. 1679 MAS AND NEW YEAR PHOTO POST- X CARDS OF YOURSELF, is. per dozen catalogues and samples free; write to-day.— Works, July-road, Liverpool. 1680 GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS.— Salvage from Star of Japan," new but soiled by sea water, 5 ft., is.; 6 ft., is. 3d. New Sheets, 5 ft., is. 2d.; 6 ft., is. 6d.; 7 ft., is. gd.; 8 ft., 2S.; 9 ft., 2S. 4d. each 27 inches wide. All Sheets warranted free from holes. Medium strength.—W.N. Dept., Butler, Bell Works, Wolver- hampton. Established 1828. 344A 10 H.P. Twin Cylinder Gladiator car, hood and screen equal new. Trial, or exchange with little cash for higher power.— Williams, Granville House, Penmaenmawr. 346a GRANDFATHER'S ¡CLOCK for sale. Orig- irual condition. Oak inlaid mahogany. Price, ^3 17s. 6d.; bargain.—Knowles, 4, Vic- toria-avenue, Llandudno. 343A CLEARANCE SALE OF SUNBEAMS.—I HAVE a few shop soiled and good Second-hand Sunbeam Bicycles for Sale. This is a good oppor- tunity to get a good bicycle. Remember mere price does not constitute a bargain. Its the thing bought at the price. A Sunbeam is a Bargain because of its Quality and Improvements, and ever- lasting satisfaction. Particulars post free.—Apply, R. E. Grice, Sunbeam Cycle Agency, Conway. 1338a TYRES. — Stock-taking Sale, Tyres, Cycle Accessories, Covers, 3s. 3d.; Air Tubes with Valves, 2S. 3d., guaranteed; Chains, Wheels, Lamps, &c.; Sale List Free.—W. A. Gorton, Manu- facturer, Wolverhampton. 324A GAS COKE, House Coals, Cobbles, Nuts, 6 Slack, cfec. Prices quoted for truck loads to any Station.-Ellis & Co., Abergele. 1618 WEDDING GIFT.—Lady offers magnificent 7 guinea Service, Ai quality plate (stamped), comprising six each Table, Dessert Spoons and Forks, Tea and Egg Spoons (36 pieces), unsoiled, accept 25s., approval willingly arranged.—Write Box No. 315, Weekly News Office, Conway. SMART Day and Evening Gowns from 5s. superior second-hand Clothing, all kinds Trade Bales, 10s. to £ 10 satisfaction guaranteed. Turner, 149, Regency-street. Westminster, London. 312A WALLPAPERS, from i^d. per roll. Any quantity, large or small, at Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls; all classes.— Write for patterns, stating class required.—The Barnett Wallpaper Co. Ltd. (Dept. 281), Campfield- Avenue, Manchester. 1221 F you possess anything for which you have no JL further use why not sell it and have the money to purchase something you require? To find a customer, try an advertisment in the Weekly News, 16 words 3 times, Is. 24 words 3 times, is. 6d. 3/- BEAUTIFUL RED TILES, Semi-encaus- I tic Paving for Hearths, Floors, Halls, etc. Cheaper and cleaner than Lino and lasts for ever, Delivered free to all parts of the United Kingdon at 3s. per sq. yard, with full instruction for laying No experience necessary. Cash with order to c BARING BROS., CHELTENHAM, wi = = ~| Horses & Carriages for Sal. GREY MAkE and Foal for Sale; Mac: 15 V hands, and Foal is 5 months old; bchin splendid condition; the sire of Foal is "ulius Cgesar," Bodafon Farm, Llandudno; wi sell them at a reasonable price.—Thos. Ellis, Lladudno ] unction. 1642 PAIR of new Springcart wheels <r Sale, 4 feet 4 inches high price £ 2 i'-—1 bos. Ellis, Wheelwright, 3, The Quay, Conwr. -643 MARSTON'S, 24, Bradford-street, Pmingham Modern light Funeral stock, ale or hire, New and Second-hand, 50, low price'easy terms, Hearses, Cars, Coaches, Brakes, Lfdaus, Han- soms, £ 20. Illustrated catalogue ar prices free. FOR SALE. TWO very ligh rubber-tyred Brougham and Dogcarts, eqi> to new, also stylish Victoria Governess Car, P&ton, Farmers' Cart, Porter's Cart, new and seconc^and FLOATS, Handcart and Wheelbarrows; so large Town Bus, suitable for Caravan or Surrier House. Cash or easy terms.—Francis & So. Coachbuilders, Colwyn Bay. 86 U NTOORN SE :LIF-.POilÆii,ING HARNESS u BLACKING. No 1?mr, no brushing; softens leather. Old hanne made to look like new. Try it now. iGaliloT4s- 6d.; large tin, is.—Agents: W. L. Thcas, Oxford, Arcade, Pentmaenmawr; R. 0. P-he, saddler., Station- road, Llanfaiirtfeohain. x44^ Mescal. The Medical Hne, Colwyn Bay. FULLY TRAINED 'RTIFICATED NURSES supplied, who live in tHome when not at Cases, and are under sonal suPervision. assai,e Patients received. Nursing Appliances on Hire. Fortas and Particulars, apply.- Tel. 24. MathC miss ISABEL MATTY. 135 Medfol Remedies. DVICE ^or stamP; Mrs. Stewart's A Famous. Fn*le Remedy never fails.- Address, 9, 301A BLANCHAR.S PlkkS of Apiol and Steel supers^llcochia' lifter apple, pennyroyal etc • and th°,AQ^s 8rateful letters have been received te^f to.the^r ef?cac7" IS'^ Per box> post free, fro Leslie Martyn Ltd., Chemists, 34, Dalston lanfrondon- 571 BOOK ABOUT HERBS AND QZf. TO USE THEM. Post free. Send fnr «ne-^TTlne^> The Herbalist, 144, Richmond- Established 1879. ISOQ i-; ARWF-INYDDION Y GAN. DD-DRYSOR Y PLANT. v CASGLIAD O DONAU 'asanaeth y Band of Hope, yr Ysgol Sul, a'r Gymanfa. Pris, 2g. Telerau Gostyngol i Ysgolion Sabbothol, &c, Cyhoeddedig ac i'w gael gan Mri. R. E. Jones a'i :odyr, Swyddfa'r Weekly News," Conwy. I Legal Notices. THOMAS EVANS JONES, Deceased. ALL Persons having any Claim or Demand against the Estate of Thomas Evans Jones, late of Henar, Llanrwst, Physician and Surgeon deceased, are requested to send particulars forth- deceased, are requested to send particulars forth- with to us the undersigned, GRIFFITH & ALLARD, T Solicitors to the Executors. Llanrwst, 15th November, 1909. 1708 In the matter of a Deed of Assignment for benefit of Creditors executed by Margaret Evans of Berthan House, Old Colwyn, grocer. TVr OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all per- M aVmg Clai?s UP°N the above-named Margaret Evans must forward the same to the Trustee and all debts owing to her Estate must be paid to the Trustee. Dated this 16th day of November, 1909. ALFRED G. PUGH Wynnstay Chamber,Acc0untant». Colwyn. 1714 In the matter of a Deed of Assignment for the bene- fit of Creditors, executed by ROBERT JONES, CoIf'lVWh6 f3 K°lwy° Bay' Denbighshire; Coal Merchant, on the 5th day of August, 1909. THE Creditors of the above-named Robert ± Jones who have not already sent in their claims are required, on or before the 30th day of November, 1909, to send in their names and addresses^ and the particulars of their debts to theaCiL o?rhHtaSWeI1'0f 94' Foregate-street, in the C'ty of Chester or to Alfred Gardner Pugh, of Wynnstay Chambers, Colwyn Bay, Chartered Accountants, the Trustees under the said Deed or m default thereof they will be excluded from the benefit of the Dividend proposed to be declared Dated this 15th day of November, 1909. e. G. HASWELL, 1709 ALFRED G. PUGH. THE LOCAL GOVERNMe^FTcT^iSor -L (56 AND 57 VICT., C. 73.) JO/rfIVCOMMITTEE^inted by the St. Asaoh ( enbigh) Rural District Council and the Aber- gele and Pensarn Urban District Council for the fsssL °Hfosp;s~M— s « N SErtEnY °IVENthal the Dist"« trict of fht h District comprising the dis- trict oi the above-named Joint Committee has appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the above! named Joint Committee, and of their Officers if any, for the year ended the 31st day of March 1909, to commence at the Board Room of the Guardians, Union Workhouse, St. Asaph, on Tues- day, the 30th day of November, 1909, at the hour of 2.45 0 clock in the afternoon when Ind Jhl any ratepayer or owner of property in the dXtrlct of the above-named Joint Committee m The present, and may make any objection tn ^urh accounts before the District Auditor AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN together with all books "ounts^nd'1,3'1™1'' r)jT^mw^ilatelybefore the Audit. Dated this 16th1 day of November, 1909 EDW. A. CRABBE CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Joint Clerks to the Joint Committee. Town Hall Abergele. 1707 Public Notices. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. ALi%TsILaeepi°ld ?-WeU,n« Ho'as situate ^Sc^«Lary ,o p°d ON WAY UNIONT SITUATION wanted for a Boy aged 14.—-Aonlv for particulars to WorkhouseVasfcr, S. Applications to be sent to me on or before the 3rd December next. By Order, ^November, iqoq, E' PARRY< Clerk r^ONWAY AND COLWYN BAY JOINT V- WATER SUPPLY BOARD. J ]\] OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 1 27th day of November, 1909, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at Stanley Buildings, Castle-street BoarTwill hC °f the above-mentioned' thp Nnrtl W f the Distnct Auditor of ine ^ist Marrh S Audit D^triet, for the year end- ng 31st March, 1909, under and according to the provisions, and the Public Health Act, 1875, and other Acts relating thereto, and the copies of the Accounts to be audited, together with all Books, Vouchers, and Documents relating thereto, will be deposited at Castle-street, Conway, aforesaid, and will be open to be inspected, examined and copied during office hours, by any ratepayer in? he District of the said Joint Board, seven clear days before the said audit. y Dated this 14th day of November, 1909. T. E. PARRY, Clerk to the said Joint Board. T^TSHERY DISTRICT OF THE RIVER -T CONWAY. ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVE MEMBER. T THE UNDERSIGNED, the Returning Officer X, appointed to conduct the above Election under the provisions of The Salmon Fisherv Act,1873,' DO HEREBY CERTIFY that Mr Idwal Aukland Fielding, of Eirianws, Talycafn, S.O., Fisherman, has been duly elected as Repre- sentative Member of the Board of Conservators for the Fishery District of the River Conway by the persons who have taken out licences to fish in public or common waters (other than licences for the use of Rod and Line) within the said Fishery District during the last preceding fishing season. Dated this Sixteenth day of November, 1909. CHAS. T. ALLARD, Llanrwst, 1711 Returning Officer for such Election. LLANRWST TRADESMEN'S ASSOCIATION. THE above Association offers a prize of One Guinea for the best Guide to Llanrwst and District. Compositions to be in the hands of the Secretary, Tradesmen's Association, on or before December 31st, 1909. Adjudicators: The Executive Committee of the above Association, and the Successful Com- position to become their property. Shorthand. SHORTHAND (evening tuition) and TYPE- WRITING (copying, duplicating).—Terms, apply Ewart Housby, Gogarth View, Cadnant Park, Conway. 333A Ferrets, Dogs, &c. FOR Sale, ten young Ferrets, clean and healthy 2s. 6d. each.—R. Kitson, Willey, Broseley Salop.