ON WAY NIUNICIPAI- ELECTION, iglo. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, At the unanimous request of a verv large number of influential Ratepayers, we have con- sented to become Candidates at the forthcoming Election. If elected, we pledge ourselves to use every means possible to ensure the return to our Borough of the Territorial Encampments, which we unhesitatingly believe to be of vital import- ance, particularly to those Ratepayers who are in any way dependent for their livelihood upon the prosperity of the Borough. We very much deplore the serious loss the Borough has already sustained in consequence of the withdrawal of the Encampments, and we are determined that any obstacle which has been placed in the way of the continuation of the Encampments shall be at once removed. It is very apparent that there is a tendency on the part of some of the members of the Town Council, when dealing with estimates for work to be done within the Borough, to give prefer- ence to Contractors and others who are resident outside the Borough, and are consequently non- Ratepayers. This is grossly unjust, and you may rely that if elected we will use our best endeavours to see that Contractors and others resident within the Borough are given fair play. We are of opinion that the Tram wav should be extended from Liandudno to Deganwv, in accordance with the powers granted to the Com- pany, and if elected we shall bring all pressure possible upon the Company to forthwith carrv out its undertakings. We are not satisfied with the attempt that is being made to popularise our Fairs, and we will do our utmost to establish a Mart or Smithfield within the Borough. It is with pleasure that we find a movement is on foot to obtain the control of the Local Fisheries, and the same has our cordial sup- port. In addition thereto, the question of reduction of the Railway Company's rates or charges will have our attention. If elected, we should consider it our duty to have a Committee appointed to go into the question of the aforesaid railway rates, and if necessary to have a deputation to wait upon the London and North-Western Railway Company with a view to having an improved passenger train service for Conway. There are many other issues that we would desire to refer to, but we think that the PUBLIC MEETING we propose to hold on Monday next at D<, gar. jv, and on FRIDAY, at 8 p.m., at the CO-NWAY TOW-N HALL, will afford us an op- portunity of further explaining our views. Your undivided interest and support at the Poll on ilF.SD.U NEXT is respectfully re- quested. We are. Ladies and Gentlemen, I-our, obediently, JOHN OROSSFIELD J. W. HUGHES T. ELLIS HUGHES JOHN JONES "^h October, iqio, L__ 74G
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Sales by Auction. MESSRS. ROBERT AND ROGERS JONES, LLANRWST & LLANGEFNI, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents. (ESTABLISHED 1853). UNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Build- u ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Household Furniture, &c. House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Probate, and Mortgage Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and collected. Rents Collected. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for leading Offices. OKFICKS Ty'n-y-fynw Llanrwst. an Cefni Cham Llangefni. Nat. lei. No. 15 Llanrws TO-DAY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1910. J YN-Y-CELYN, LLANGWSTENIN. SALE of Live and Dead Farming Stock, Produce, &c., the property of Mr J. H. Jones. Sale -It 12 o clock noon. Usual credit. TOMORROW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1910. J-FRITHLON, MAENAN, LLANRWST. SALE of Live and Dead Farming Stock, &c. the property of Mr Robt. Williams (who is leaving) Sale at 12 o'clock noon. Usual credit. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1910. o EFN GWYN, EGLWYSBACH. SALE of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, the property of Mr. John Evans (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at one o'clock. MONDAY. OCTOBER 31 st, 1910. JpEN-Y-BONT, PENMACHNO. SALE of Live and Dead Farming Stock, in- cluding 51 Dairy Cows, Heifers and Yearling Cattle, 5 Heavy and Light Horses, 150 Mountain Ewes and Lambs, Grain, Straw, Roots, Imple- ments, the pro erty of Mr Wm. Llewelyn (who is leaving). Sale at 12 o'clock. Usual Credit. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 19x0. TY'N LLWYN, PENTREFOELAS, SALE of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, the Property of Mr. Ellis Evans, who is leaving. Usual Credit. Sale at 12 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1910 (Llanrwst Fair Day). TREFRIW, I\t THE COUNTY OF CARNARVON. SALE OF FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND LAND. MESSRS. ROBT. & ROGERS JONES beg to announce that they have been favoured with instructions from the Administratix of the late Rev. De Charles Evans deceased, to Sell by Public Auction at the Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst, on Wednesday, November 2nd, 1910, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions to be then read, all that FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, together with the Land adjoining, containing ia. 2r. 33P., or thereabouts, and known as BRYN PYLL LODGE," Trefriw. The Residence is of recent construction, it is most pleasantly situated, within a few minutes walk to the celebrated Chalybeate Wells, and overlooking the beautiful Conway River, and an extensive view of the Denbighshire Hills. Vacant possession upon completion. For further particulars apply to MR. J. D. JONES, Solicitor, Or of the Auctioneers, Llanrwst. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1910. BRYN-Y-MAOLWYN BAY. SALE of the whole of the VALUABLE LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, comprising 52 head of Cattle, 11 Heavy and Light Horses, 140 Welsh Breeding Ewes, Wiltshire and South- down Rams, 350 hobbets of Oats, Wheat, and Barley, 10 acres of Swedes and Turnips, together with the Machinery and Implements, including a Portable Petrol Engine, Self Delivery Mowing Machine, &c., the property of Mr John Roberts (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at 12 o'clock nco 1 prompt. 39 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910. « T") OUALEYN," TREFRIW. SALE of the Surplus Furniture, including several Valuable Antique Pieces, the pro- perty of .L Pain Davis, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood). Sale at One o'clock. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1910. TALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE of Fat Bull Icks, Heifers, Cows and Bulls. Calving Cows and Heifers. Store Bullocks and Heifers. Fat Crossbred Lambs, Fat Wethers and Ewes. Fat P,gs and Calves. Sale at 12.30 P M- THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1910. MINAFON, WATERLOO BRIDGE, t BETTWS-Y-COED. C ALE of the ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EbFECTS, the property of Mrs Harrison (Executrix of the late George Harrison), who is leaving. 39 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. Sales by Auction. I BUACKWALL,HAYES & Co. AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN. HOUSE & ESTATE AGENTS, LLANRWST, AND AT LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Sales by Auctioo ond Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Liv and Dead Farm- iUfi Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Houses to Let; furnished and Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, od Employer*' Liability Insurance. Telephone No. 17. 7 SALE THIS DAY. cAEGW-i-N, PONT-)'-PANI-. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1910. PALE OF CATTLE, CROPS, HOUSEHOLD j FURNITURE, etc. (the property oi Mr. R. J. Williams, who is leaving). -T -ALLN-HO MEWS, COLWYN BAY. TO-MORROW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1910. SALE of about 30 Coach and Carriage Horses the property of Mr Thomas Da.vies. Catalogues of the Auctioneers. Sqle to commence 12-30 p.m. HYDLYDAN, PENTREFOELAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1910. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. Usual credit. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 1910. BRYN FAWNOG, NEBO, LLANRWST. D —— T'HE whole of the LIVE AND DEAD FARM- | I\G STOCK. Usual Credit. c AE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1910. \T 7M. PIERCE'S Annual Sale of Cattle and VV Sheep. .WNI.\GER, CAPEL GARMON, (, LLANRWST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER nth, Igln. SALE of the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Crops, &c., the property of Mr. Robert Parry, who is leaving. Sale at 12-30. Usual credit. AERGRAIG MART, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1910. EXT periodical Sale of Cattle and Sheep. Sale at 12-30 p.m. Mr. CHARLES MORGAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND 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. COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ist, 1910. M H. CHARLES MORGAN is favoured with tVi instructions to remove (from Old Colwyn, Upper Colwyn Bay), a large quantity of good HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and Sell same by Auction as above. The Furniture includes an excellent Welsh Dresser, Oak Tables, painted Bedroom Suites, Wardrobes, Toilet Tables, Walnut Occasional Tables, Occasional Chairs in Walnut and Oak, Oak Hat Stand, Hall Table and Chairs, Mahogany and Painted Chests of Drawers, Walnut Cabinet with Marble Top, Music Cabinet, Suites in Pine and Walnut, Overmantels, 16 Vols. Illustrated London," bound half leather, Ebonised Cabinet, 2 Upright Grand Pianos, Invalid's Chair, Grand- father Clock. Sewing Machines, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Wire Springs, Oil and Water Colour Pictures and Prints, a beautiful afternoon Tea Set, Old China and Ware, a consignment of Dutch Bulbs, direct from the grower, several Garden Vases and Garden Tiles, and a large collection of Household and Kitchen requisites. Sale to commence at 1-30 o'clock sharp. On View morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. Offices: Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms 7-36 Mr. ERNEST JONES, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, BODFOR STREET, RHYL. Auction Sales of every Description. Valuations and Inventories Prepared. CERTIFICATED73 BAILIFF-Appointed by His Honour Judge Moss. Insurances of all kinds effected through the Principal Offices. Rents Collected. Tradesmen's Books Posted. Parties having Houses to Let, "Furnished" or Unfurnished," rall or write. Messrs. G PERKINS & CO with 20 years local expeiience, Auctioneers, Yaluers, 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 examined. Prompt attention given to all matters, with IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS Telephone No. 27, Colwyn Bay. 13 Sales by Auction. Mr. H. F. ASHBY, AUCTIONEER & LICENSED APPRAISER, House, Land, Estate and Insurance Agent, CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN ^AY. 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 Insurance 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 following the Sale. N.B.—The Auction Mart will be open daily to receive entries for Sale. GOOD CLASS ENTRIES SOLICITED. MONDAY NEXT, 31st OCTOBER, 1910. CENTRAL AUCTION! MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. MR. H. F. ASHBY will Sell bv Auction, as above, a large quantity of Excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. prompt. On View Morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. Entries received up to One o'clock the previous Saturday. Immediate Cash Settlements or if preferred goods bought outright for Cash. Antiques pur- chased. 1-32 P/eliminary Announcemcnt. ^'OLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. THE CAYLEY ESTATE. Most Important and Extensive Sale of Valuable Freehold Building Sites, forming part of the well-known Cayley Estate, and fully secured Ground Rents, situated in the very best posi- tions in this increasingly popular Seaside Sum- mer and Winter Resort. MR. H. F. ASHBY is favoured with instructions by Sir Everard Cayley, Bart., to Sell by Auction on MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1910, at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to Conditions of Sale), about 70 LOTS of VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, forming part of the aforesaid CAYLEY ESTATE, and embracing about 57,000 SQUARE YARDS. Also About 32 LOTS of amply secured GROUND RENTS, ranging in value from £ 5 to £ 185 per annum. Further particulars (in due course) in Piinted Particulars with Plans, which can be obtained from R. E. BIrch, Esq., F.S.I., the Cayley Estate Offices, Colwyn Bay and St. Asaph of Messrs. Porter, Arnphlett & Co., Solicitors, Colwyn Bay of Messrs. Tasker, Hart and Munby, Solicitors, 42, Queen St., Scarborough or of the Auctioneer, ') he Central Auction Mart Offices, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay. (Tel. No. 121. 32 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 Act in England and Wales. M R. RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales and Valuations IVl in any District, also INVENTORIES TAKEN AND CHECKED on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years he has been em- ployed on Valuations at leading Country Heuses and Hotels throughout the six Counties of North Wales and elsewhere, also has arranged some of the best Sales. HIGHEST REFERENCES GrVEN. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Antiques purchased or sold on commission. AUGUSTA ST. (Nearly opposite the Railway Station). Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO. 1'2 ALTERATION OF DATE. GLASFRYN, CADNANT PARK, CONWAY Important to Florists, Nurserymen, and Others MR. MATTHEW RYAN is instructed by James G. Tuxford, Esq., who is leaving he neighbourhood, to Sell by Public Auction, To-morrow (briday), October 28th 1910, a large collection of choice-named Greenhouse, Bedding and other Plants in Pets, named Rose Trees, Garden Tools, also an assortment of surplus Household Furniture, &c., &c. Sale at 11.30 a.m. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Augusta Street. Llandudno. 39 Nat. Tel. Telegrams: 29, Conway. "Jones, Estate Office. R. ARTHUR JONES, Auctioneer, Valuer House and Estate Agent, SALES BY AUCTION of Residential Property, Build- ing Land, Houses, Shops and Furniture. VALUATIONS for Mortgages, Probate, &c. INVENTORIES carefully p epared. AGENT to the Gannock Park Building Estate, Deganwy, to the Bryn Hyfryd Building Estate, Conway, &c. Register of Land, Houses and Property for Sale and to Let in Conway, Deganwy, Llan- dudno Junction, Conway Valley, Penmaenmawr, Llanfairfechan, and surrounding district. THE ESTATE OFFICE, CONWAY, and at THE ESTATE OFFICE, DEGANWY. 3-34 ARTHUR C. FLINT (Late FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I.), AUCTIONEER, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, HOTEL AND GENERAL VALUER, ACCOUNTANT AND INSURANCE AGENT Auction and Estate Offices MARKET STREET, RHYL. National Telephone 58 "Weekly News"-The best advert-,i;,ig rn&t'rT. Sal-es by-A-uction.- ESTABLISHED 1888. MR. F. A. DEW, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, &c., I The Property Mart, Llewelyn Chambers, COLWYN BAY. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY). 1- LANDUDNO JUNCTION. Important Sale of well-placed Shop Properties, and an extremely well-built and well-designed Free- hold Detached Villa Residence with Stabling. i R. F. A. DEW is favoured with instructions V J to Sell by Auction, at the Station Hotel, Llandudno Junction, on Friday, the 28th October, 1910, at 3-30 p.m. (subject to conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), the VALUABLE FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, known as Nos 2, 3, 4, and 5. Central Buildings, Conway-road, Llandudno Junction, together with a most attractive FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, known as Coed Helyg," Ronald-road. Llan- dudno Junction, with the Stabling, Coach-house and Kitchen Garden attached thereto, and now in the occupation of Mr. T. H. Smith at an annual rental of £ 37. Further particulars as to Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5. Central Buildings, from Messrs. J. M. Porter and Elcock, the Estate Office, Colwyn Bay or of MESSRS. GLAISYER, PORTER & TANGYE, Solicitors. 41 Waterloo-street, Birmingham, or their Agents, Messrs. Porter, Arnphlett & Co.. Solicitors, Conway. As to Lot 5 of MESSRS. PORTER, AMPHLETT & CO., Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Llanrwst, and as to the whole of the Lots of the Auctioneer, Property Mart, Colwyn Bay. Tel. 221. Mr. Chas P Sheffield, F.A.I Auctioneer, Valuer, &c., RHYL. BERGELE, SMITHFIELD. A-N MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 31st, at 12-30. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by RICHARD PEARCE) will Sell by Auction 1000 Head of Fat and Store Cattle, Calves, Sheep, Lambs, and Pigs. Always a good supply^nd demand. 100 Cattle and 1500 Sheep and Lambs sold last Sale. Fat Cattle up to £ 18 12s. 6d. Lambs, 27s. An improved trade for Fat Stock. Large Buyers will attend. Early entries, so that customers may be advised, will oblige. Great Annual Show and Sale of Christmas Fat Stock, Monday, December 12th. £ 25 in Prizes Prize Lists now ready at Bodfor-street, Rhyl. (Tel. 60 ) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1910. TAVRALLT FARM, HENRYD (Two Miles Conway Station). THIS SALE IS POSTPONED. Mr. E. E. MEACHER (Formerly with Waring & Gillow Ltd., and late Manager to Hindley & Wilkinson Ltd., Bond-street, London), AUCTIONEER, VALUER, SURVEYOR, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, Insurance BrcVer and Fire Assessor. AUCTIONS CONDUCTED of Landed Estates, Building Land, House Property, Furniture, etc. SALES & LETTINGS effected by Private Treaty. VALUATIONS for Fire Insurance, Probate and Mortgage. SURVEYS for all purposes. ANTIQUES, Old China, Prints, etc., Valued, Purchasedand For Sale. Offices: CENTRAL BUILDINGS, PENMAENMAWR, and 245. HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. Mr. S. JOHNSTON, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, House, Estate and Insurance Agent, Certificated Bailiff. Sale Room and Office: SEA VIEW CRESCENT, COLWYN BAY (Opposite St. Paul's Church). Telegrams-JOHNSTON. Auctioneer. Telephone 119 (with private extension). C-l ON BUSINESS-LIKE LINES. OdiCS PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Mr. Johnston's Sale Room and Auction Mart commodious, easy of access, central. Sales held regularly, Thursdays, at 2 and 6. Saturdays at 6. Contents of Houses or Shops can be removed to Sale Room under competent supervision. SECRETARIAL AND ACCOUNTANCY. APPOINTMENTS UNDERTAKEN. Representative tor Royal Exchange Assurance (Life, Fire, Employers' Liability &c.. &c. ITnited Kingdom Provident Institution (Life). Northern Plate Glass Insurance. RENTS COLLECTED. Telephone No. 0179 Rhyl. Telegrams: Williams, Auctioneer, Rhyl. JOSEPH WILLIAMS, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT. MORTGAGES PROCURED. REGISTRAR OF MARRIAGES, &c. COUNTY CHAMBERS AUCTION MART 4. QUEEN STREET, RHYL. Sale Rooms Open Daily. Inspection Invited. SALES BY AUCTION. MR. C. WESLEY HASLAM I AUCTIONEER. SURVEYOR, VALUER I LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATION of Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, etc. Immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act. Properties and Business sold by Private Treaty. Mortgages negotiated. Properties and Estates carefully managed, Rents collected Accounts rendered to suit Clients'convenience. In- ventories taken and checked. Surveys, Maps, Plans, etc., for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances effected through any of the principal offices. Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION & ESTATE OFFICES, Nat. Tel. 70. TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. RHYL. The MOST IMPORTANT POINT to consider when giving instructions for a Sale by Auction is, WHEN SHALL I RECEIVE A COMPLETE SETTLEMENT? To be quite certain of an IMMEDIATE CASH SETTLEMENT, give your instructions to C. WESLEY HASLAM, who makes a practice of Settling all Sales given to him day following day of Sale, and who" ill give a written guarantee to that effect. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION. REASONABLE CHARGES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. CASH ADVANCED (if required) on receiving instructions to sell, or if preferred will purchase outright the whole or part contents of a house of Furniture up to any amount. Enquiries invited. Nat. Tel. 70. I HYL, MELIDEN, AND RHUDDLAN, Important Sale of Valuable FREEHOLD PRO PERTIES and BUILDING LAND, to be old by Auction by N/1 R. C. WESLEY HASLAM at the Queen's i. Hotel, Rhyl, on Monday, October 31st, 1910, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon precisely, sub- ject to such Conditions of Sale as shall then be declared. LOT I.-All that Valuable Piece of BUILD- ING LAND, containing an area of 3,990 square yards or thereabouts, situate close to Meliden Station and the main road. This land is ripe for immediate development, being situate in a rapidly rising district where houses are in great demand. A plan has been prepared showing how it can be developed by dividing into seven Building Plots, upon which could be erected Fourteen Semi-detadhed Villas or Bungalows, and such Plan may be inspected prior to the Sale at the Office of the Vendor's Solicitor, or at time of Sale. Vendor's Solicitor: Mr. F. J. Gamlin, Solicitor, Rhyl. LOT 2.—All those Four Valuable Freehold Dwelling-houses, situate and being Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, HIGHFIELD TERRANCE, HYLAS BACH, RHUDDLAN, together with the Gar- dens and Appurtenances thereto, and producing an Annual Rental of -r40. Vendor's Solicitors Messrs. Gold Edwards and Co., Solicitors, Denbigh. LOT 3.—All those Well-built, Recently-erec- ted Semi-detached Freehold Villas, known as SANDO\VX and WOODBOROUGH," Hylas-road, Rhuddlan, together with the Gar. dens and Appurtenances thereto, containing an area of 822 square yards or thereabouts, and now in the respective occupation of Mrs. Griffiths and Mr. IVocd Taylor. These houses are attractive in appearance and pleasantly situated. LOT 4-All those Two Stone-built Freehold Cottages, situate and being 3 and 4, BUR- GEDIN TERRACE, Parliament-street, Rhudd- lan, with the Gardens and Appurtenances thereto, and now in the occupation of Miss Jones and Mr. Chantrey, and producing a gross Annual Rental of £ 12 12s. od. These Cot- tages have a good Garden and are close to the Castle. LOT 5.—All those Six Freehold Dwelling- houses, situate and being 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, ROSEHILL TERRACE, Mill Bank, Rbyl, and producing a gross annual rental of [104. LOT 6.—All that Freehold Dwelling-house, situate and being i, KINMEL TERRACE, South Kinmel-street, Rhyl, producing a gross Annual Rental of £18 4s., and now in the oc- cupation of Miss Harris. Solicitor for Lots 3, 4, 5, and 6: Mr. J. Pierce Lewis, Solicitor, Rhyl and Prestatyn. N.B.—The whole of the properties are well tenanted, in a good state of repair, pleasant- ly situated in a growing neighbourhood, and well worthy of '.he attention of speculators and others. Further particulars may be obtained from the respective Solicitors, or of the whole of the Lots from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, The Auction and Estate Offices, Town liall Chambers, (Telephone 70.) RHYL. Without Reserve. A RCADE AUCTION MART, RHYL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1910. W'ESLF.Y HASLAM has received instructions from a well-known Nurseryman to Sell by Auction on the above date and premises, entirely without reserve, a large consignment of Ornamental Trees and Shrubs, Fruit Trees, Rose Trees, etc, including Laurels, Privet, Rhododendrons, Cup- resses, Box, Holly, Flowering Shrubs, Sycamore, Limes, Elms, Alder, Poplars, well known varieties of Apple, Pear and Cherry Trees, and the best varieties of Roses. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. No reserve. On view morning of Sale. Terms Cash. Auctioneer's Offices, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 70. EARLY IN NOVEMBER. THE HARBOUR, RHYL. C WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, a large quantity of SHIPS' TIMBER, MACHINERY, MOTORS, BO ATS, &c. Further particulars in future issue. IN ORDER TO SUCCEED it is necessary to b £ known. The best way to become known is to advertise. The best paper in which to advertise is The North Wales Weekly News."
E THOLIAD BW-RDEISIOL CONWY, 1910. AT YR ETHOLWYR. FONEDDIGESAL' A BOKEDDIGION, 1anfry^°1 mfer o Drethdalwyr o ~ahe a dylamvad, yr ydym -vedi cydsvnio i'fod yn Ymgeiswyr yn yr Etholiad agoshaol. 10 Os etholir ni, ymrwymwn i ddefnvddio nob F,h -vr0/r;rP0S/bl -e;r ,S1frhau dychweliad v Tir- (Territorials) i r Jrwrdeisdref 1 Wersylh: vn XJn f0d h-Vn o'r pwvs yn arbenmg Jr 1 rethdahvvr a'r Preswvfwv hynny sydd yn dibynnu ar fasnach a chynnydd > Fwrdeisdref am eu cynhabaeth Gofidiwn yn Se" vn F } H .3' §°]led ddifrifol a deimlir eisoes y n y Fwrdeisdref o herwydd enciliad v ersjJloedd. \mroddwn gvdag egni i symud ymarth bob rhwystr all fod ar ffordd ~u dycli- wehad 1 r Morfa. y v fod ™wn Ihai 0 aeloda« b 1 1 roddi v flaenoriaeth i rai o'r wa tlT Fwrdeisdref wrth osod Contracts am n- 1 A, 1 € yn yn anhe6> a gwnawn ein goreu os etholir ni 1 sicrhau pob chwareu teg i FwTdeisdreL C'Weill,w-" s5'dd -™ P^swylio yn v Yr ydym o'r farn y dylai y Gludres (Tram- "K'ay) gael ei hestvn o l^andudno i Deganwy vn ol y cynllun a'r hawliau ganiatawvd i'r Cwmni Us ethodir ni, pwyswn yn ddioed ar v Cwmni i gwblnau eu rhwymedigaeth. Xid ydym yn foddlon ar yr ymgais wneir i wneud ein Ffeiriru a'n Marchnadoedd yn fwv poblogaidd a llwyddiannus. Gwnawn ein goreu i sefydlu Marchnad Anifeiliad, neu Smithfield, yn y Fwrdeisdref. Llawenychwn wrth weled v symudiad i gael llywodraeth ar y Pysgodfeydd Lleol caiff yr unrhyw ein cefnogaeth fwyaf calonog. Ac yn ychwanegol at hyn, caiff y mater o leihau Clud- dal fRailway Rates) y cyfiyw ein sylw manvlaf. Os etholir ni, ystvriwn yn ddyledswydd arnom sicrhau etholiad Pwyllgor Arbennig i chwilio i faterion Clud-dal y Rheilffyrdd (Railway Rates), aC"os yn angenrheidiol, i ddanfon Dir- prwyaeth at Gwmni y Rheilffordd er ceisio cael gwelliant yn yr uchod, ac hefyd er sicrhau cyflenwad g'.vell 0 drens teithwyr i aros yng Nghonwy. lae llu eraill o faterion pwysig yr hoffem alw eich sylw atynt, ond credwn y bydd y Cvfarfod- ydd Cyhoeddus fwriedir eu cvmnal nos Lun yn De ganwy, a nos Wener, am S o'r gloch, yn Neuadd Drefol, Conwy, vn gyfleusterau i egluro ein golvgiadau yn heTaethach. Hydeiwn yn ostyngedig gael eich cefnogaeth unol ddydd y Polio, set dvdd Mawrth nesaf. Aroswn, Foneddigesau a Boneddigion, Yr eiddoch yn ufudd, JOHN OROSSFIELD J. W. HUGHES T. ELLIS HUGHES JOHN JONES Hydrei 27am, igio. 746
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