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OYFRES Y FIL DAN OLYGIAETH O. M. EDWARDS. Rhestr o'r uchod i'w chael gan R. E. JONES A'l FRODYR, The "Weekly News" Office, Conway.
THE LOW PRICE OF STOCK. FARMERS wishing to avoid selling Stock or Produce JL at the present low prices, in onier to meet Pent or other press ng claims, and requiring Financial Assistance for these objects, will do well to inquire Terms, &c., by letter or personally from GEORGE PAYNE & SONS, 3, Crescent Road, RHYL. Established 1870.
Sales by Auction. I MESSRS. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES, I LLANRWST & LLANGEFNI, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents (ESTABLISHED 1853), UNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Building Estates, Freehold and Leasehold, Household Furniture, &c. House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Pro- bate, and Mortgage Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and collected. Rents Collecttd. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for leading: Offices. OFFICES: Ty'n-y-fynwent, Llanrwst. and Cefni Chambers, Llangefni. Nat. lei. No. 15 Llamwst. THiS DAY (THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910). R OUALEYN>" TREFRIW. SALE of the Surplus Furniture, including several Valuable Antique Pieces, the property oi J. Pain Davis, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood). Sale at One o'clock. TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER nth, 1910. p ENISA'R PENTRE, ROEWEN. SALE of the Farming Stock, Implements, Dairy Utensils, and portion of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the property of Miss E. Hughes (who is giving up farming). Three months' Credit will be given for sums of £5 and upwards upon approved security, or discount for cash. Sale at One o'clock p.m. 39G THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1910. M PRON RHEDYN, GWYTHERJN. S ALE of the Farming Stock and Crops. Usual Credit. Sale at 2 o'clock p.m. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 1910. TYN-Y-FFRITH BACH, NEAR i CONWAY. ALE of the Farming Stock, Creps, &c. Usual credit. Sale at 2 o'clock p.m. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1910. pENYMYNYDD. EGLWYSBACH. S ALE of the Farming Stock, Crops, &c. Usual Credit. Sale at One o'clock p.m. MONDAY, NOVEMBER aist, 1910. TALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE of Fat Bulbcks, Heifers, Cows and Bulls. Calving Cows and Heifers. Store Bullocks and Heifers. Fat Wethers, Ewes and Lambs. Fat Pigs and Calves. Sale at 12.30 o'clock prompt. 5G THURSDAY AND FR DAY, NOVEMBER 24th and 25th, 1910. MINAFON, WATERLOO BRIDGE, BETTWS-Y-COED. IMPORTANT Two Days Sale of the Valu- .L able Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. Including Several Pieces of Old Oak, Rose- wood, Walnut Wood, Mahogany, China, Electro-plate, &c., the property of the late George Harrison (deceased). Sale at 12.30 each day. Catalogues can be obtained on application at the Place of Sale or of the Auctioneers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25th. 1910. pURNACE, TALYCAFN. SALE of the Farming Stock, Furniture, &c. the property of M. Charles Mason (who is leaving). Sale at 12.30 o'ciock. MR. F. J. SARSON, F.A.I., Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute, Incorporated, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND ESTATE AGENT, VALUER TO TH £ C°™TY COUNCIL OF CARNARVONSHIRE, COUNTY AUCTION MART & OFFICES, LLANDUDNO. 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). o 1 ON BUSINESS-LIKE LINES. OiilCS 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. United Kingdom Provident Institution (Life). Northern Plate Glass Insurance. -< RENTS COLLECTED. MR. MATTHEW RYAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER & ESTATE AGENT. (,6 years with the late MR. GEO. F. FELTON, Auctioneer.) GENERAL CERTIFIED BAILIFF under the Law of Distress Amendment Act in England and Wales. MR. RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales and Valua- tions in any District, also INVENTORIES TAKEN AND CHECKED on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years he vT heen employed on Valuations at leading Country *Las _n(j Hotels throughout the six Counties of North \Steles and elsewhere, also has arranged some of the BEST Sales- S Q!VKN PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. HlGHA^tiaues purchased or sold on commission. .MTQTA ST. (Nearly opposite the Railway Station). LLANDUDNO. [., Sales by Auction. BLACKWALL, HAYES & CO., AUCTIONEERS AND VALUERS, LIVE STOCK SALESMEN, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, LLANRWST, And at LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furni- ture, &c. Houses to Let, Furnished & Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Acci. dent, and Employers' Liability Insurance. Telephone No. 17. 7 TO-MORROW, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER nth, 1910. WNINGER, CAPEL G-ARMON, GWNINGER, CAPEL GARMON, LLANRWST. SALE of the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Crops, &c., the pro- perty of Mr. Robert Parry, who is leaving. Sale at 12.30. Usual Credit. (7 AERGRAIG MART, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1910. N EXT Periodical Sale of Cattle & Sheep. Sale at 12.30 p.m. MR. C. WESLEY HASLAM, AUCTIONEER. SURVEYOR, VALUER LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. ALES by AUCTION and VALUATION of Property, Farming Stocks, Furni- ture, &c. Immediate Settlements. Valua- tions for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act. Pro- perties and Business sold by Private Treaty. Mortgages Negotiated. Properties and Estates carefully managed, Rents Collected Account-, rendered to suit Clients' conveni- ence. Inventories taken and checked. Sur- veys, Maps, Plans, &c., for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation sur- veyed. Insurances effected through any of the principal offices. Enquiries invited. The CENTRAL A UCTION & ESTATE OFFICES Nat. Tel. 70. TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. RHYL. The MOST IMPORTANT POINT to con- sider 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 instruc- tions to C. WESLEY HASLAM, who makes a practice of Settling all Sales given to him day following day of Sale, and who will give a written guarantee to that effect. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION REASONABLE CHARGES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. CASH ADVANCED (if required) on re- ceiving instructions to sell, or if preferred will purchase outright the whole or part con- tents of a house of furniture up to any amount. Enquiries invited. Nat. Tel. 70. Removed from Princes Street, High Street, West Parade, and other sources, for con- venience of Sale to the Arcade Auction Mart, Rhyl. C WESLEY HASLAM, has received instructions to Sell by Auction on Tuesday, November 15th, igio, 250 Lots of Valuable Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITHRE, consisting appointments for the Reception Rooms, Bedchambers, Kitchen and Scullery effects. Sale at 2 p.m. prompt. On View Morning of Sale. INCOLN HOUSE. 5, CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL. Important Sale of Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising in part: Mahogany Cheffioniere, q-riece Suite in hair, Walnut Dining Table, a Mahogany Pembroke Tables, Pier Glasses, Walnut D end Dining Tab'e, Handsome Cheffoniere with Marble Slab and Mirror Back, Bed and Table Linen, Blankets, 7 Prime Feather Beds, Antique Folding Washstand in Mahogany, Antique bow-fronted Chest of Drawers, Antique Gilt Mirror, Antique Mahogany Commode, FINE OLD 30 HOUR GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK, by Thomas, Worcester, 4 Painted Chests of Drawers, Rrass and Iron Bedsteads, Mahogany Night Chair, Oik Gr?ined Kitchen Cupboard, an excellent County Gas Cooker in splendid order. WESLEY HASLAM having been V- favoured with instructions from Miss Freeman (who is leaving the town), will Sell by Auction as above, entirely without reserve, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1910. Sale to commence at 1-30 prompt. Terms Cash. On view Morning of S de. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29th, 1910. T HE HARBOUR, RHYL. C WESLEY HASLAM has been favour- ed with instructions to Sell by Auc- tion a large quantity of SHIPS' TIMBER, MACHINERY, MOTORS, BOATS, &c. Further particulars in future issue. MR. ERNEST JONES, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, BODFOR STREET, RHYL. Auction Sales of every Description. Valuations and Inventories Prepared. CERTIFICATED 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, call or write. Unfurnished, call or write. Nat. Tel. Telegrams TT "Jones, Estate Office." R. ARTHUR JONES, Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent, SALES BV AUCTION of Residential Property, Building Land, Houses, Shops, and Furniture. VALUATIONS for- Mortgages, Probate, &c. INVENTORIES car"ully prepared. AGENT to the Ganck Park Building Estate, "0 Deganwy, to the Rryn Hyfryd Building Estate, Conway, Register of Land, H^ises, and Property for Sale and to Let in "onway, Deganwy, Llandudno Junction, ConWl Valley Pen- Sri™' Llanfairfechan' surrounding THE ESTATE OFFICE, CONWW AND AT THE ESTATE OFFICE, DEGAtf^y 3-34 Sales by Auction. -I MR. H. F. ASHBY, AUCTIONEER & LICENSED APPRAISER, I House, Land, Esta/te, and Insurance Agent, CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEW- ELYN CHAMBERS, COLWTYN BAY. Telephone No. 121. SALES BY AUCTION & VALUATIONS of Freehold House and Shop Property, Build- ing Land and Estates, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, &c., &c. VALUATIONS tor Mortgage, Probate, Business Transfers, 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 Amend- ment Act. All Sale Accounts settled the day following the Sale. N.B.—The Auction Mart will be open daily to receive entries for Sales. GOOD CLASS ENTRIES SOLICITED. Preliminary Announcement. COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. THE CAYLEY ESTATE. Most Important and Extensive Sale of Valu- able Freehold Building Sites, forming part of the well-known Cayley Estate, and fully secured Ground Rents, situated in the very best positions in this increasingly popular Seaside Summer 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 Printed 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, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Colwyn Bay; of Messrs. Tasker, Hart and Munby, Solicitors, 42. Queen-street, Scarborough; or of the Auc- tioneer, The Central Auction Mart Offices, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay. (Tel. No. 121.) 32 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 Furni- ture, &c. Certificated Bailiff. Rent Collector. Inventories Carefully prepared and examined. Offices —Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1910. MR. CHARLES MORGAN is favoured with instructions to remove (from Old Colwyn, Upper Colwyn Bay, &c.), 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 Churs, Mahogany and Painted Chests of Drawers, Walnut Cabinet with Marble Top, Music Cabinet, Suites in Pine and Walnut, Overmantels, 16 Vols. Illus- trated London," bound half leather, Ebon- ised Cabinet, 2 Upright Grand Pianos, In- valid's Chair, Grandfather Clock, Sewing Machines, Iron and Brass Bedsteads, Wire Springs, Oil and Water Colour Pictures and Prints, a beautiful afternoon Tea Set, Old China. ADd Ware, a consignment of Dutch Bulbs direct from the grower, several Gar. den Vases and Garden Tiles, and a large collection of Household and Kitchen re- quisites. Sale to commence at 1-30 o'clock sharp. On View morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. Offices: Colwyn Bay Action Rooms. 7-36 Messrs. G. PERKINS & CO., with ao years local experience, Anctionfiers, Valuers. ffouse & ESTATE Ments, 16, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. CALES and Valuations of Landed Estates, Freehold v j"r» Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land. Live an_d_ Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade btocks, Sc. Fire Loss Assessor. Agent for the prin- cipal Insurance Offices. Mortgages negotiated. Inven- tories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to all matters, with IMMEDI- ATE SETTLEMENTS. Telephone No. 37, Colwyn Bav. N Short Notice of Sale. p ENDRE, OLD COLWYN. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1910. Under instructions from Mr. R. Roberts, A/T R. A. LI. STEVENSON will Sell by /V I Public Auction on the above premises, all the HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. For full particulars, see posters and handbills. 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 Brcker and Fire Assessor. AUCTIONS CONDUCTED of Landed Estates, Building Land, House Property, Furniture, &c. SALES & LETTING? effected by Private Treaty. VALUATIONS for Fire Insurance, Probate and Mortgage. SURVEYS for all purposes. ANTIQUES, Old China, Prints, etc., Valued, Purchased and For Sale. Offices: CENTRAL BUILDINGS, PENMAENMAWR, and 245. HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. ARTHUR C. FLINT* (Late FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I.)^* AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, HOTEL & GENERAL VALUER ACCOUNTANT & INSURANCE AGENT! Auction and Estate Offices: MARKET STREET. RHYL. National Telephone 58 Sales by Auction. Established 1888. MR. F. DEW, AUCTIONEER, S. &c., The Prope' Mart, Llewelyn Chambers, COLWYN BAY. 'PHE MOUNT," PENMAENRHOSJ 1 OLD COLWYN. THIS very well built and roomy i FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, which was recently offered for sale by auc- tion, is now for Sale by PRIVATE TREATY at an extremely low reserve price. For full particulars apply to MR. F. A. DEW, Auctioneer, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay, or to Messrs. Phillips, Baker & Co., Solici- tors, 131, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham. gJ4 Mr. CHAS. P.SHEFFIELD, F.A I. Auctioneer, Valuer, &c., RHYL. A BERGELE SMITHFIELD. Next Sale takes place MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1910. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by RICHARD PEARCE) solicits favours for the above. Full market last Sale. Fat Cattle sold up £ 17 17s. 6d. Calving Cows, ;CIg 12s. 6d. Store Cattle, £ 12 Calves, 78s. Sheep, 35s. and Lambs, 24s. 6d. Eaily 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.). 100G Telephone No. 0179 Rhyi. 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. Public Notices. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. MEMORIAL TO KING EDWARD VII. At a Conference held at Shrewsbury on Fri- day, September 30th, of representatives from all parts of Wiles, it was decided that the Welsh National Memorial to King Edward VII. should take the form of a Campaign against Tuberculosis, with a view to stamping out the disease in the Principality. 1\ OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting will be held in the Guild Hiall, Carnarvon, on Saturday, November IgtJI, at 2 o'clock p.m., in support of the proposed Memorial, which meeting the pub- lic are cordially invited to attend. JOHN F. GREAVES, Lord Lieutenant of the County. Tenders. ONWAY CORPORATION. Invite Tenders for the providing of about 900 yards of unclimbable iron fencing. The Specifications and Plan of which may be seen at my office. Tenders endorsed Fence to be forward- ed to me not later than November 8th, 1910. F. A. DELAMOTTE, 760. Town Hall, Conway. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. TENDERS are invited for the erection of a New House at Llanrwst, for F. A. Charl- ton, Esq. Plans, Specification, and Conditions of Con- tract may be inspected at the Office of the Architect, to whom Tenders must be delivered in sealed envelopes, marked Tender for House," not later than Saturday, November 19th. Quantities may be had on application to Mr. W. J. Gregory, Post Office Chambers, Colwyn Bay. lhe lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. D. HENRY ROBERTS, 9, Denbigh-street, Architect. Llanrwst. Legal Notice. Re MISS J. JONES, deceased NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that aii persons having any claims against the Estate of Miss J. Jones, late of Dorset House, Llanrwst, who died on the 31st day of October, 1910, are requested to send parti- culars, in writing, of such claims to the undersigned Detore the loth day of Decem- ber next, after which date the executors will distribute the Assets among the persons entitled, having regard only to the claims of which they shall then have had notice. All persons owing money to the Estate are also requested to remit the sums due to the undersigned by the date named. H. IIURROWS, Denbigh-street, Llanrwst, For Self and Co-Executors. Dated 9th November, 1910. Established 1894. MORRIS HUGHES & SON, the prin- cipal Billposters, Town Criers, and Bill Distributors in Llanrwst and District. Good Hoardings in all parts of the town. All orders promptly attended to.—24 and 25, Narrow Street, Llanrwst. 360 Telephone No. 31. WM. ROBERTS, COAL & CORN MERCHANT, HAY & STRAW DEALER, FARM & GARDEN SEEDS, MANURES, Oil Calces, Cattle Food, &c., &c., 41 & 42, HIGH STREET, RHYL; -ALSO AT Abergele, Llanrhaiadr, and Rhuddlan Stations. Truck Loads delivered at any Railway Station. Prices on Application. Scholastic. I Abergele County School. I BEGINNING NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, A Special Railway Coach, Reserved for the use of pupils attending Abergele County School, will leave LLAN- DUDNO JUNCTION at 8-40 each morning, calling at MOCHDRE, COLWYN BAY, OLD COLWYN and LLANDDULAS. The Coach will be attached to the 4-38 train at Abergele for the return journey. Both journeys will be made under the supervision of a Master. COLLEGIATE SCHOOL. (Abergele Road), COLWYN BAY, FO-R BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS. Principal: T. HERBER DAVIES, F.R.G.S. (Class and Mathematical Tutor). Successes gained by the Principal's Pupils for igos-io- 3 London Matriculation. 14 College of Preceptors. 5 Medical and Dental Preliminary Exams. 2 Oxfo-d Local Exams. (Senior). I Oxford Responsions. 6 Shorthand (Pitman's) Advanced and Speed. I St. David's i.oileg'e. Lampeter. 4 Board of Education Exams. Prospectus and List of Examination Successes on application. Next ilalf-teim commences November ist. Mrs. T. HERBER DAVIES, A.L.C.M., gives essons in Pianoforte Playing, Theory & Harmony. 262 ONDON and Bangor Matriculation, t Lampeter Civil Service Examinations. MR. W BEZANT LOWE, M.A., F.C.S., has Classes in Bangor and Conway; also private Tuition or Classes in Classics, Mathematics, Modem Languages, Natural Sciences in Bangor, Llandudno, Conway, Colwyn Bay, Abergele, &c.-Apply, Cae Carw, Llanfairfechan. 53 SCHOOL OF DRAWING, PAINTING, SCHOOL OF DRAWING, PAINTING, a ad CRATTS, CENTRAL, BUILDINGS, COLWYN BAY. MONDAYS.—Life CLass and Crafts, 5 to 7 p m Embossed Alet-d and Modelling, 7 to 9 p.m. TUESDAYS.—Life Class and Crafts, 10 to I p.m. WEDNESDAYS.—Crafts, Marquetrie, Leather, &c., 3 to 5. THURSDAYS.—Painting in Oils & Water Colours, 10 to 12, 2 to 4. SATURDAYS.—Class for Teachers.—Clay Modeliing, Brush Work, Blackboard Draw- ing, &c., 10 to 1. The above classes will be held this term. For further particulars, apply MISS HOLMES, Cert. Art Mistress, during Class Hours. HIGHER GRADE SCHOOL AND PUPIL TEACHERS' CENTRE, COLWYN BAY HEAD MASTER: E. GRIFFITHS, C.M. .SCIENCK M A«TER S. GLYNNE JONES, B.A., L.C.P. ASSISTANT MASTKRC; -N ]. HENRY ROBERTS, B A. LL. WILLIAMS, B.A. ASSISTANT MISTRESCBS: M. SNODDY, B.A. L. C JONES, B.A. S. PARRY. COOKERY VII«ROK*S: M E. ROBERTS (Diploma Cookery, Laundry, and Housewifery.) THE School is pleasantly situated, has a largre Assen.bl Hall, separate Classrooms, Science Labora- tories. Workshop, and a large Kitchen well adapted for the teaching of Cookery and Laundry Work. The School also possesses extensive Recreation Grounds. Pupils must be twelve years of age on admission. The course of instruction provides preparation for Londor and Welsh Matriculation Oxford Local Exami- nation (P,, lifninay, Junior and Senior). Particulars of Fees on application t.) Head Master, or to F T TTnlmps. Banlr Or»lwi*»~ 2"1 Musical. MISS MALDWYN PRICE I.S.M., R.A.M., Cert., gives Lessons in VOICE PRODUCTION, SOLO SINGING, VOICE PRODUCTION, SOLO SINGING, PIANO. Visits Llandudno and Conway. Terms on application to A. J. Fleet, Music Waiehouse, Colwyn Bay, and Osborne House, Bay View-road, Colwyn Bay. 129 Mr. Llewelyn Jones, F.R.C.O. (Fellow of the Royal College of Organists, London), TEACHES- ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, SINGING, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, FUGUE, ETC. Hen. Sec. and Delegate for North Wales Section of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. 3 Organist and Director of Music, Christ Church, Llanfairfechan. Over 100 Diplomas and Certificates have been gained by Pupils. For Prospectus, etc., Address — HAULFRE, LLANFAIRFECHAN. Colwyn Bay visited daily. MR. F. GURNEY BARNETT, L.R.A.M., A.R. C M., Teaching Singing, Teaching Pianoforte, CONDUCTOR of the Colwyn Bay Phil- C harmonic Society, Ladies' Choir and Amateur Orchestra. VOICE PRODUCTION, SOLO SINGING, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, THEORY, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, ETC. Complete prepai-ation for the L.R.A.M. and A.R.C.M. Diplomas; and all other re- cognised Examinations. ADDRESS: NORMANHURST, LLANERCH ROAD, COLWYN BAY. 25 Musical. Miss Hilda M. Sargisson, Member or I.S.M., TEACHER OF THE VIOLONCELLO Pupil of. and recommended by Carl Fuchs, Esq.. Pro- fessor to the Royal Manchester College of Music, Prin- cipal 'Cellist to the Halle Orchestra, &c.), Visits Colwyn Bay and District Weekly. Address: VVITHINGTON. MANCHESTER. 67•; CARTRIDGES. CARTRIDGES Kynoch's Smokeless Telax 6/10 per 100 Nobell's Sporting Clyde 8/6 per 100 Primax Ejector Case 9/- per 100 Schultze 10/6 per 100 Kynoid 10/6 per 100 Curtis' and Harvey's Diamond Smokeless 10/6 per 100 A GOOD SELECTION OF RELIABLE GUNS from 30/- to £ 20 in Stock. FISHING TACKLE, SPORTSMEN'S SUNDRIES of all kinds. A large Stock of WIRE NETTING, CORRU- GATED SHEETS, KITCHEN RANGES, GRATES and MANTELPIECE-, JOINhRS' and PLUMBERS' TOOLS, CUTLERY, ELECTRO PLATE and HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS of all kinds at Lowest Prices at MARFELL'S IRONMONGERY STORES, ABERGELE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Tel 2X. 137 Too Late for Classification. BASIC slag.—Distributor. best and cheapest machine, to sow 7ft., £ g.— Catalogue from T. A. Meggeson, Southlands, Chelmsford- VLKY last, clever Lurcher Dog, 18 months, keen, quiet worker, and smart picker up hare or rabbit, retrieves to hand, 15s. also few good, quiet, heal'hy Ferrets, 3s. 6d. each. -Howland. keeper, Ockend<>n, Essex. L U11-lengltis, from 9s.; also Overcoatings. Latest designs patterns free.—H. Broad- bent. 22a. Fitzwilliam-street East, Huddersfield, BULCHTRLNG.— Wanted immediately a good Slaughter-man.—Apply, Jones Bros., High-street. Conway. 767 Unfurnished Houses to Let. C WESLEY HASLAM has the following Houses to Let:—24, Princes-street, 2 entertaining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., zcig zos 24, Water-street, 2 entertaining, 7 bedrooms, bath, &c., C22 ios.; 9, Lake-avenue. 2 enter- taining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 18 10s.; 43, Butterton-road, 2 entertaining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 25 22, South-avenue, 2 entertain- ing, 5 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 25 13, Brighton- road, 2 entertaining, 5 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 25 Clwyd House, Brighton-road, 3 enter- taining, 8 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 'ho 29 Water- street, 2 entertaining, 6 bedrooms, bath, &c £ 25 7, Brighton-road, 2 entertaining, 5 bed- rooms, bath, &c., £ 21 7 John-street, 2 enter- taining, 5 bedrooms, bath,&c., jig ios.; West- parade, 6 entertaining, 15 bedrooms, bath, &c,, £ 50; Edward Henry-street, 3 entertaining, 8 bedroms, bath, &c., £27 ios. Also many others—Apply, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Telephone, 70. Property for Sale. TWO Modern Freehold Villas, producing an annual rental of £ 40. Each house has 2 entertainining rooms, 4 bedrooms, bath, h. & c. water, &c. Price for a quick sale, £ 625.— Haslam, Surveyor, Rhyl. Land to Let. TO LET, Close of Grass Land at Meliden. —Applv, Haslam, Land Agent. Rhyl.
$irtl)sf, iMarnages, & HBcatbS. BIRTHS. Owen.—October 30, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Owen, 81, Oraie Road, Bangor, a daughter. MARRIAGES. Anderson—Roberts.—October 29th, at the Holt Road Methodist Chapel, Liverpool, Mr. L. M. Anderson, High Street, Bangor, to Miss Jeanie Roberts, Kimberley Drive, Crosby. Field—Jones.—On the 26th of October, at the C.M. Chapel, Henllan, Douglas W. Field. 4, Derwen-terrace, Rhyl, to Edith Jones, 12, School-street, Henllan. Roberts—Jones.—On the 26th of October, at the Trefriw Parish Church, Isaac Roberts to Lizzie Jones, Rhianfa, Trefriw. Roberts—Edwards.—October 26, at the Con- grej.ational Chapel. Ruab >n, by the Rev. D. R. Jones, B A., and Mr. Trevor Jones, registrar, Mr. Robert John Roberts, Plas Newydd, to Miss Edwards, Boot Shop, High Street, both of R uabon. Wood—Roberts.—October 26, at St. John's Church, Egreinont, John, second son of the Rev. John Wood, to Evelyn, third daughter of Mr. Richard Roberts, St. Asaph. DEATHS. Evans.—October 22, aged 60, Mr. Thomas Evans, Lower Lodge, Brynypys, Overton. Evans.—October 31, Margaret Evans, 119, Woodchurch Road, Birkenhead, widow of the late Samuel Evans, of Bangor. Evans.—October 14, Inigo Evans, cabinet- maker, 14, Well Street, Bangor, aged 70 years. Was buried on the 20th October at Glanadda Cemetery. Ingram.—On Saturday, October 29, at Llan- duduo, Mrs. E. F. Ingram, widow of the late W. H. Ingram, and sister to Mrs. Gough, Caer- hun, aged 46 years. Knight.—October 2nd, at Gwanda Hospital, South Africa, August Knight, second son of the late Joseph Knight and Mrs. Knight, Deganwy, of pneumonia, in his 41st year. Milliard.—On the 30th of October, at 96, Orme Road, Bangor, George Douglas, youngest son of Mr. Milliard, alter a long and painful illness, aged 23 years Thomas.—Oct. 27th, at his residence in Station-road, Llanrwst, Evan Thomas, formerly of Tyddyn Fadog, Llanrwst, aged 78 years. Williams.—On Oct. 23rd, Mrs Anne Wil- liams, Fern Villa, Trefri w, aped 70 years. t
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