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Sales by Auction. MESSRS. Robert Rogers Jones, I LLANRWST & COLWYN BAY, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents. (ESTABLISHED 1853). UNDERTAKES Sales of Landed and Build. L,1 ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Household Furniture, &c. House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Valuations for Tenant Right, Probate, and Mortgage Purposes Inventories carefu y prepared and examined. Rents Col- lected. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for leading Offices. OFFICES: Ty'n-v-Fynwent, Llanrwst, and Penri yn Road, Colwyn Bay. Telephone Nos. Llanrwst, is Colwyn Bay. 89 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1909. gRYN Y MAEN FARM, COLWYN BAY. IMPORTANT Sale of the whole of the Live and 1 Dead Farming Stock, comprising :— 35 Crossbred Dairy Cows and Store Cattle. 8 Heavy and Light Horses, Colts and Fillies. 200 Welsh and Crossbred Sheep. 7 Store Pigs. 355 Hobbets of Oats and Wheat, quantity of Potatoes and Swedes. The modern Agricultural Implements, together with the Household Furniture and Dairy Utensils. By order of Mr. B. Jones (who is leaving). Usual credit. Sale at 11-30 o'clock prompt. 1787 MONDAY, JANUAHY 3rd, 1910. TALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE of Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows and Bulls. Fat Wethers and Ewes. Store Bullocks and Heifers. Fat Calves and Pigs. 2 FRIDAY, JANUARY 14th, 1910. J-^OLFADYN, GWYTHERIN. IMPORTANT Sale of thewhole Live and Dead Farming Stock. Particulars will appear in due course. 1815 MR. H. F. ASHBY, 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. &c. 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. AH 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. TUESDAY, 14th DECEMBER, 1909. CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN i CHAMBERS, CONWAY ROAD, COLWYN BAY. MR. H. F. ASHBY is instructed to Sell by Auction, as above, a large quantity of "MODERN & ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Including Modern Furniture Thoroughly well- made Solid Oak and other Sideboards, Several Dining Room Suites in various upholstery. Solid Oak and white top Telescopic Dining Tables, Brass Fire Suites, Axminster Carpets, Complete Dinner, Dessert, Tea and Toilet Services, Pictures, Small Librarv of Books, Pianoforte, Bicycles, Oak and Satin Walnut Bedroom Suites, Iron Safe, &c. Antique Effects:-Rare Old China, including Old Lustre, Old Staffordshire, Wedgwood, Copeland, Minton, etc.; Antique Oak Bureau and Corner Cupboards, Chippendale Tables and Chairs, Grandfather Clocks, Old Copper Warming Pans, Old Gate Leg Tabies, Engravings, Baxter and Coloured Prints, Old Brass Candlesticks and Chestnut Roasters, &c. Sale to commence at One p.m. sharp. On view morning of Sale. Catalogues of the Auctioneer, Llewelyn Cham- fears, Colwyn Bay. 1788 Mr. Charles P. Sheffield, Auctioneer, &c., RHYL and MOLD. In Bankruptcy, Re F. and J. Heathcote. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th. THE NIICTORIA MEWS, RHYL. JL —— CHARLES P. SHEFFIELD, F.A.I., has been C instructed by the Trustees, Messrs. S. M. Hughes, Wrexham, and John Williams, Flint, to Sell by Auction without Reserve, at the above Mews, 6 TOURIST COACHES, 5 CHARABANCS, NEW WASHINGTON HEARSE, STATION BUS, 8 LANDAUS, 2 GOVERNESS CARS, &c., &c., together with the Harness and Clothing and Stable Utensils suitable for a stud of 70 Horses. Also a large Midden of Farm Manure. Catalogues may be obtained from the Auction- eer, at his Offices, Bodfor Street, Rhyl (Tel. 60), and High Street, Mold (Tel. 20). 1809 Messrs. Or. I)erkins Co., with 20 years local expeiience, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents, 16, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. SALES and Valuations of 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 examined. Prompt attention given to all matters, with IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS Telephone No. 27. Colwyn Bay. 31 Sales by Auction. BLACKWAll, 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. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. y LANRWST. Important to Timber Merchants. Investors, and others. Sale of the very valuable and extensive Freehold Land, Buildings and Premises known, and well-established, as the TIMBER YARD AND SAW MILLS, and now in the occupation of Messrs. P. & H. Lewis, Ltd. MESSSRS. BLACKWALL, HAYES & CO., will offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Victoria Hotel,Llanrwst,on Tuesday, December 14th, igog, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), the above very desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY with the extensive BUILDINGS, PLANT, and MACHINERY, used in connection with the business, and compri- sing :—SAWING SHED (brick built) with extra large Frame Saw, driven by a 20-h.p. Horizontal Engine, connected with Cornish Boiler and lofty brick Chimney Stack Circular Saw, driven by a Portable io-li.p. Engine, together with the numer- ous Belting Pulleys, &c. Two JOINERS' SHEDS with the usual accessories an Overhead Travel- ling Crane Large Hay Shed (stone built) capable of storing about 80 tons. The commodious and stone built STABLING and SHEDS. Also the convenient and well-arranged EIGHT-ROOMED COTTAGE and OFFICES, very substantially built of brick. The situation of the property is unique, inas- much as it occupies one of the most central positions in the town and it can be most readily adapted for the carrying on of almost any business. The premises are entirely enclosed by a well and sub- stantially built stone wall, &c., and are easy of access. For further particulars apply to Messrs AMPHLETT, & CO., Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Llanrwst; Messrs. EVAN MORRIS & Co., Wrexham, or to the Auctioneers at Llanrwst. 1770 c AE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21st, 1909. SALE OF DAIRY AND STORE CATTLE, SHEEP AND LAMBS. Usual Credit. 8 MR. JOHN PRITCHARD, Auctioneer and Valuer, BANGOR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13th, Jgog. Jyj ENAI BRIDGE SMITH FIELD. The Twenty-Eighth Great Prize Fat Stock Sale for the Christmas Markets. MR. JOHN PRITCHARD begs to announce that his Annual Sale will be held on the above date, and will include 125 Head of Fat Bullocks,, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls, all exceptionally well fed. 400 Fat Shropshire, Cross-bred, and Welsh Ewes and Wethers. £ 15 15s. in prizes will be offered by the Auction- eer, Messrs. Bibby & Son, Messrs. Siecock. The Auctioneer begs to draw especial attention to this year's sale as the stock is of a very superior quality, having been fed by some of the principal feeders in Anglesey and Carnarvonshire. Judging at 9.30 a.m. Sale to commence at n a.m. prompt. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. 1802 Preliminary Announcement. MARLE FARM, near LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. MR. JOHN PRITCHARD will Sell by Public Auction at a future date (unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made by Private Treaty), the above Highly Valuable Freehold BUILDING ESTATE, suitable for the erection of Marine Residences, Villas, Bungalows, &c., comprising an area of 95 acres, exceptionally well situated, within easy dis- tance of Llandudno Junction with its service of quick trains bringing Lancashire and the Midlands within a short journey. The situation is most delightful, commanding charming and extensive views. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer Bangoc, or Messrs. PORTER, AMPHLETT & Co., Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay & Llanrwst, or Messrs. J. M. PORTER & ELCOCIC, Architects and Surveyors, 1675 The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. T. R. ROBERTS, Accountant & Auditor, BREEZE HILL & EISTEDDFOD OFFICES, COLWYN BAY. Accounts prepared, balanced and audited. Income Tax Returns and Claims for Repayment, Arbitrator in disputed Accounts. Rents and Book Debts collected. Private arrangements with Creditors carried [ through. 1738 Sales by Auction. Mr. MATTHEW RYAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER & ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late MR. GEO. F. FELTON, Auctioneer.) GENERAL CERTIFIED BAILIFF under the Law of Distress Amendment Aet in England and Wales. M R. RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales and Valuations in any District, also INVENTORIES TAKEN AND CHECKED on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years be has been em- ployed on Valuations at leading Country Houses and Hotels throughout the six Counties of North Wales and elsewhere, also has arranged some of the best Sales. HIGHEST REFERENCES GIVEN. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Antiques purchased or sold on commission. AUGUSTA ST. (Nearly opposite the Railway Station). Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO. [12 MONDAY NEXT, 13th DECEMBER, 1909. A ROSFA, ELLESMERE-RD., COLWYN BAY. Sale of New Household Furniture at the above Residence. MR. MATTHEW RYAN is instructed by Mrs. Blenkin, who is leaving the neigh- bourhood, to Sell by Auction, on the above date, the entire superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, which briefly comprise:—An Old Brown Oak Grandfather Clock (by Griffiths, Den- bigh), an Old Oak Hat Stand, -Bentwood Hall Settee, Mahogany Hall Table, a costly Pollard Oak Sideboard, a fine old English Mahogany 3 tier Dinner Waggon, an expensive Pollard Oak Dining Table, Walnut Dining Room Chairs in Leather, Bentwood Chairs, Walnut and Rosewood Over- mantels. Pembroke Table, Mahogany Bagatelle Table on Tressels, a Carved Oak Book Cabinet, Cottage Piano (by Oetzman), a Walnut Suite in Tapestry, Oak Writing Table, Occasional and other Chairs and Tables, a choice Ebony China Cabinet, few pieces of Old China, various Orna- ments, various Prints, Photogravures, Water Colours, a fine Oil Painting by Roe (" Highland Cattle"), new Axminster Carpets, new Linoleums, Glass, China, Linen, Plate, new Gasfittings, &c. In the Bedrooms will be found new and costly Brass-mounted Bedsteads in various sizes, Wire Spring Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, new Bed- room Suites in Oak, Satin, Walnut, and Ash, Mahogany Wardrobe, Duchesse Dressing Tables with Glasses and Washstands, Mahogany and other Chests of Drawers, Towel Rails, Chamber Services, Oriental and other Rugs. Kitchen Furniture and Culinary Utensils, a Dres er, Wringing and Mangling Machine, Garden Roller, Lawn Mower, Garden Seats, Tools, &c., &c. Sale at 12-30 sharp. On view mornig of Sale. House to be Let, with immediate possession. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Augusta- street LIandudno. 1811 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16th, 1909, BRONWENDON, CONWAY ROAD, PEN- JD MAENMAWR. Sale of assemblage of Household Furniture at the above Private Residence. MR. MATTHEW RYAN is instructed to Sell by Public Auction on the a bove date the surplus FURNITURE Briefly comprising:—A Fine Light Oak Hat and Umbrella Stand, a Light Oak Sideboard, Oak Din- ing Room Suite, Oak Telescope Dining Table, a Roll-top Writing Desk. Oak Book Shelves, Couch in Rosewood Frame, a Drawing Room Suite in Walnut and Tapestry, Gilt and other Pier Glasses, a Walnut Cheffoniere with a high glass back, various Fenders, Bamboo Overmantel, Draught Screen, various Occasional Tables and Chairs Case of Stuffed Birds, Barometer, 2 Shields with Swords, various Ornaments, Bric-a-brac, &c., Axminster, Brussels, and other Carpets and Hugs, Sundry Pieces of Old Oak including an Old Cwpbwrdd Tridarn, an Old Welsh Dresser, Grand- fathers' Clock with brass dial, Old Oak Chest and Chairs, Gate Legged Table, Old Oak Cromwell Table. Old Oueen Ann Washstand, Table and Mirror, Card Tables, Old Brass and Copper Candlesticks, and other items, Brass-mounted and other Bedsteads and Bedding, Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Mahogany and Walnut Chests of Drawers, Washstands, Dressing Tables, Toilet Glasses, Services. Curtains, &c., Kitchen Furniture and Culinary Utensils, a large China Cupboard with glazed doors and under Cupboard, large Deal Chest, Refrigerator, Wringing and Mangling Machine, a quantity of Plate, Glass and China various Paintings and Prints. Outside Effects :—A Capital Tool Shed in good order, with Corrugated Roof, Lawn Mower Plants, &c., &c. Sale at 12.30 sharp. On view morning of Sale. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Augusta- street, Llandudno. 1786 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1909. gEFTON, PENMAEJNMA WR. MR. MATTHEW RYAN is instructed by Mrs. Guest, who is leaving, to Sell by Public Auction, on the above date, the surplus FURNI- TURE, including an Old English Mahogany Side- board, Consol Tables, Dining Chairs, Bedroom Effects, a small Library of Standard Works, &c. Sale at 12 a.m. sharp. On view morning of Sale. 1810 CHARLES 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 EVANS' CELEBRATED LLANDUDNO TOF FEE, obtainable from leading confectioners or direct from manufacturer, Moetynavenue, Llandudno. Tel. llY. 1107 MR. A. J. OLDMAN. Auctioneer, &c., LLANDUDNO. I GYFFIN, CONWAY. Important to Blacksmiths, Wheelwrights. Specula- tors,Investors,Trustees,andothers. AJ. OLDMAN will sell by Auction, at the Castle Hotel, Conway, on FRIDAY, DECEWP EH ioth, igog, at 4 P.M., Lot -All that Choice FREEHOLD PRO- PERT! "wn as "HENDRE SMITHY," with Travis and Wheelwright's Workshop and ample ground adjoining for extensions, occupying a front- age of o feet to the Main Upper Gyffin Road, in the Parish of Llechwedd, and forming part of Hendre, near Conway, and having an area of about 1,000 square yards, Lot II.—Also an adjoining plot suitable for and forming an excellent BUILDING SITE, of fimilar dimensions and frontage with well planted gar- den. Lots I. and II. will be offered first in one lot, and if not so sold will be divided into two. Lot II I.-Also at the same time and place, all that FREEHOLD PROPERTY known as GYFFIN MISSION ROOM, situated in the Parish of Gvffin, In the Borough of Conway. with excellent Frontage to Lower Gyffin Road, and forms an ideal Reading or Parish Room for Public and other Meetings, Storeroom for Merchants, &c. This Sale affords an excellent opportunity for those in search of most desirable investments. Further particulars may be obtained from Messrs. Porter, Amphlett & Co., Solicitors, Conway, or the Auctioneer, Llandudno. 1744 MR. F. A DEW, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer and Land Agent, COLWYN BAY. ESTABLISHED 1888. TKLKPHONB No. By Order of the Trustees of Robert Roberts, Deceased. ON THE COAST OF NORTH WALES. ^OLWYN BAY. BY MR. F. A. DEW. On Friday, the 17th day of December next, at Seven o'clock (prompt) in the evening at the Hotel Metropole, Colwyn Bay (subject to conditions of sale), TEN VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, forming a portion of the Grove Park Building Estate, ranging in area from 376 to 653 square yards. Most centrally situated in Colwyn Bay, being within easy distance of the railway station, proi^'iade, and beach. The sites are admirably adapted for the erection thereon of a class of house for which there is now a ready demand in the locality of Grove Park. Also Seven Very Choice and Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, situate at Dingle Hill and Eirias Dingle, ranging in area from 379 to 2,540 square yards. The sites abut on the Eirias Stream, which forms the wes- terly boundary of the property. AH the last men- tioned lots from Dingle Hill and two of the lots have also frontages to Abergele-road. The situa- tion of all these lots is unsurpassed for residential purposes. Particulars, Plans, and Conditions of Sale may I be obtained from Messrs. Donnison & Edwards, Solicitors, 6, Castle-street, Liverpool ('Phone 5728 Central); Messrs. J. M. Porter & Elcock, Architects and Surveyors, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay ('Phone 38); or from the Auctioneer, Llewelyn- chambers, Colwyn Bay ('Phone -21). -776 For Sale by Private Treaty. B ETTWS-Y-COED, NORTH WALES. TO GROCERS, BAKERS, PROVISION DEALERS, FLOUR MERCHANTS, & OTHERS. QALE BY PRIVATE TREATY of an old- >3 established General Grocery Business in a first-class position in a well-known Summer Resort. An extensive trade is being carried on at the pre- sent time as a Grocery Business, Provisions, Flour, Corn, and Bakery, and to which is attached a full Off-Licence to sell Beer, Wine, and Spirits. The Premises comprise: Warehouse,Wine Cellar, Bakehouse and Kitchen, Spacious Shop, with Ware- house at rear, 2 Sitting-rooms and Hall, 5 Bed- rooms, Boxroom and Landing, Flour Warehouse, Coal and Paraffin Warehouse, Public Oven, Stable and Garden. The property is held under lease for an unexpired term of 70 years at an Annual Ground Rent of £ 6 6s. The above property is offered for Sale by Private Treaty, and will include the Goodwill of the business, the Stock-in-Trade, and Effects to be I taken to at a valuation. For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Griffith and Allard, Solicitors, Llanrwst, or of Messrs. Robert and Rogers Jones, Auctioneers, Llanrwst, or Mr. R. Rowlinson, Bettws-y-Coed. 1814 Mr. S. JOHNSTON AUCTIONEER, VALUER, Certificated Bailiff, House Agent, Insurance Agent. Qq1 ON BUSINESS-LIKE LINES. Oditjh PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. SECRETARTAL AND ACCOUNTANCY APPOINTMENTS UNDERTAKEN. SALES BY AUCTION OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS Held in WESTMINSTER SALE ROOM, SEA II VIEW CRESCENT, Ever}' THURSDAY, at 2 and 6 o'clock also every SATURDAY, at 6. ENTRIES INVITED. j ——— Address- WESTMINSTER CORNER, j COLWYN BAY, North Wales. I Telephone 119. 10 Public Announcements. COLWYN BAY PIER PAVILION, Thursday, December 16th, 190c THE MUSICAL EVENT OF THE YEAR. f\T T"\ S~\ 7VT /—v T"^ T~* T1 will be given by the FAMOUS GRAND CONCERT CARNARVON CHORAL SOCIETY under the Conductorship of MR. JOHN WILLIAMS. The Choir of 180 voices will sing the works with which they won the Chief Choral Competitioa at The Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales, held in The Roval Albert Hall, London, this year, and other delightful pieces. ASSISTED BY FAVOURITE LOCAL ARTISTES. Chairman JAMES AMPHLETT, Esq. Doors open 7.15; Concert at 7.45. ADMISSION Grand Lounge, 2s. Semi-Lounge, is. 6d.; Balcony and Body of Hall, is.; a Limited Number at 6d. CARRIAGES 9.45, Cheap Bookings. See Railway Bilis. 1744 PUBLIC HALL COLWYN BAY. Week commencing Monday, December 13th, 1909. Matinee on Saturday at 3. Reynolds' FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES. Expensive production of DASH FOR THE NORTH POLE," the most thrilling and unique film ever published. Other interesting and Comic Pictures in addition to above. LAST WEEK OF THE SEASON. RE-OPENING ON BOXING DAY. No performance next Thursday, the Hall being Jet for a Political Meeting. West Denbighshire Constitutional Association. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. A MEETING WILL BE HELD IN THE ABOVE HALL, ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16th, 1909, AT WHICH ADDRESSES WILL BE GIVEN BY M A MARSHALL HALL, ESQ., K.C., AND SAM THOMPSON (Unionist Candidate for this Division). THE CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN AT 8 O'CLOCK PROMPT, BY THE HON. LAURENCE A. BRODRICK. ALL ELECTORS ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND. I- LIBERAI. WOMEN FEDERATION. A MEETING:™a, THE TOWN HALL, CONWAY, On FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10th, at 2.30 p.m.. WHEN r Mrs. LLOYD GEORGE AN-11 Mrs. KRTE FREEMRN Will address the Meeting. Mrs. ELLIS JONES GRIFFITH will also sing. President Mrs. OLDMAN, Deganwy. Accompanist: Mrs. SALLIE EDWARDS BAUGH. All are cordially invited. Admission Free. Extension Lectures, ,9^;0 PIER PAVILION, COLWYN BAY. 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 7.4,5. C. ( R. WILLIAMS, Metropolitan Bank. Hon. Sees. JJJ RQBKRTS. c BAY LIBERAL ASSOCIATION. In connection with the above AO TAT vv^ OULIAI/ LECTURE HALL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1909. SONGS, ADDRESSES, etc. Time 7.10 p.m. Refreshments served 8.30 p.m. A special feature in MOCk EleCtlOn, this event will be Which will be most amusing. There will be Conservative, Liberal. and Labour Candidates. :Ladies will be allowed to vote on this special occasion. 1800 Admission, 6d. Llanbedr Sheep Dog Trials, DECEMBER 31st, 1909 CLASS I.-OPEN. 1st prize, £ (>, and 8-days Striking Clock, value £ 1 2nd prize, J&3; 3rd prize, £ 1 10s.; 4t.h prize, JSs. En- trance Fee, 6s. CLASS 2,-Confined to North Wales only. for Dogs not having previously won neither 1st, 2nd, nor 3rd prize. ist prize, £ 1; 10s. and meat carvers, value of 10s. 6d. 2nd prize, 3rd prize, I5s.; 4th prize, 10s.; Sih prize, 5s. Entrance 3s. And numerous other Prizes to he added to the above Money Prizes in kind. ENTRIES CLOSE DECEMBER zgth. 1909. Seeretary-TOHN HUGHES. 1774 Gwern-y-Felin, Talybont, Talycafn. U 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 I IN AID OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCH TOWER FUND. PIER PAVILION, COLWYN BAY. WEDNESDAY, 15th DECEMBER, 1909, A Children's FAIRY PLAY Entitled Snowdrop, and the Seven Little Men," Will be given under the direction of Mrs. Ashby, Mrs. Lord, Mrs. Lucas, and Mrs. Wooler. Doors open 7 p.m. Commence at 7.30. Carriages at 10.15. ADMISSION: First Lounge (Reserved), 5s. Second Lounge (Reserved), 35.; Semi-Lounge, ss.; Balcony, is.; Body of Hall, 6d. Tickets may be obtained of the Lady Orizanisers or at Fleet's Music Depot, Penrhvn Road, where Seats may be Reserved. GAS JDOKE. 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 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. EVESON, COAL & COKE Co. LTD. BIRMINGHAM. 1655 IN ORDER TO SUCCEED it is necessary to be koovTO. The best way to become known is to advertise. ThF- best paper in which to advertise is The North Wales Weekly News.