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Public Announcements. Queen' sRink & Picture Theatre, Rhyl WINTER SESSIONS-OPEN DAILY: 10.30, 2.30, 7. Admission, including Hire of Skates Morning and Afternoon (also on Monday, Tuesday and Friday Evenings), 6d Wednesday, Thursday and S iturday Evenings, gd. Band in attendance, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday Evenings. Admission to Rink and Picture Theatre, Threepence. LOOK OUT FOR SPECIAL NIGHT NEXT WEEK. The LATEST PICTURES, Humorous, Dramatic, Educational. Daily: 2.30 to 5, & 7 to 10. Complete Change each Monday and Thursday. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. SS5SSLDS- FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY) AND TWO FOLLOWING NIGHTS, "THE FUNERAL of PRINCE FRANCIS of TECK," Also CHAS. DICKENS' STORY OF "NICHOLAS NICKLEBY," and many others. NEXT WEEK "THE CHESTER PAGEANT" REPEATED, BY REQUEST. [31 PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd (for one night only), First Appearance in the Provinces of JEROME K. JEROME'S BEAUTIFUL AND REMARKABLE PLAY, from the St. James' Theatre, London, 'The Passing of the Third Floor Back,' I THE RAGE OF TWO HEMISPHERES, Supported by a COMPANY OF FIRST-CLASS LONDON ARTISTES. Reserved Stalls, 3s. (booking at Fleet's). Admission, 2s. and Is. 36 PIEP, rHEATRE OF VARIETIES, Llandudno. ROYAL AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. DAILY AT 3 and 8 p.m. Complete Change of Programme Mondays and Thursdays. Saturday Afternoon, Special Treat for School Children. Prize for Boys and Girls. 862 COLWYN BAY & DISTRICT HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY THE ANNUAL (SEVENTH YEAR) GRAND ———— floral concert and Chrysanthemum Sbow W AT THE Victoria Pavilion, on Wednesday evening, Nov. 16th, 1910. Mrs. John Brock has kindly consented to open the Chrysanthemum Show at 3 o'clock. The Evening Programme will be sustained by the following eminent Artistes MADAM DEWS. MR E. THORNLEY-DODGE, (the well-known Society Entertainer). MR. C. MONTAGUE BIRCH, the popular Pianist. MR. SUTTON JONES, the Principal Tenor of St. Asaph Cathedral. MADAME LILLIE BRUCE, Soprano. MISS MARJORIE DUNNING, one of the ablest of local Contraltos. THE COLWYN BAY AMATEUR ORCHESTRA, Conductor, Mr. F. GURNEY BARNETT, L.R.A.M., L.R.C.M. MISS LENA THOMAS' OPERATIC PARTY. The Grand Floral Concert will be under the direction of MADAME RIVIERE. Prizes for Floral (Chrysanthemum) Decoration of a Table (Open Competition). Chrysanthemum Blooms and Folia-e only to be used. Any kind Vases. Ribbon and Chiffon *-nrys not allowed. Tables provided, 4-ft. x 3-ft. All Tickets admit to Afternoon and Evening. CONCERT at 7-30. rnAND LOUNGE (Reserved) zs. 6d. FRONT RO V BALCONY as. Admission; g^CONY AND BODY OF HALL is. SHOW ONLY 6d. Grand Lounge and Front Row Balcony only reserved Free at Messrs. Fleet. Carriages at 10 o'clock. THE STOCK EXCHANGE. THE DIRECT GUIDE. 1910 Edition. t of over 25 years' experience. The oldest and most reliable Guide to By an exper successfui speculation and investment with small sums. _—==== INVESTMENT LIST. Givin" dividends, highest and lowest prices. How to operate in Options, free on application to the old and well established firm:— CASTLEMAINE & CO., INDIA BUILDINGS, Manchester. Bankers and other references given. gQ2 Oxford University Extension Lecture, Colwyn Bay. THE Rev. W. HUDSON SHAW, M.A. (late Fellow of Balliol College, Oxford) will deliver his FAMOUS LECTURE, which will be accompanied by Lime Lig 1 Views, on FLORENCE, AT THE Church Room, Rhiw Road, on Thursday, November 17th, AT 8 O'CLOCK. Chair to be taken by C. P. BANKS, Esq., M.A., Arnold House. Admission 3d., a few Reserved Seats at 6d. This is to be followed by a Course of Six LcUure* ear^y next year. (^PECIAL NOTICE. MR. W. JACKSON, The well-known Pawnbroker, of Manchester, having taken over the business as concern from Mr. S. Lasei^n, of Llandudno, has decided, before the n^l^ck by Pri- tie starteo, to wm be re.mark. ^spSdly for this Sale, and goods will be sold for less than cost of any Wholesale House. »-p* he SALE WILL COMMENCE ON X 31st OCTOBER, and will continue for General Drapery, Clothing (Gents' and Ladies'), Boots, Shoes, Hosiery Jewellery Plate, Watches, Umbrellas, Ribbons, lies, Collars, Underclothing, Cameras, Kodaks, Opera and Field Glasses in Urge variety, I^arge Stock of Second-hand Clothing (for- feited) to be cleared at anv price. CALL EARLY to ensure these Bargains. Note Address:- W. JACKSON, PAWNVUOKER 8.: JEWELLER, 125. MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO. Money I-ent on Plate, Watches, Jewellery, Furniture, Pianos, Sewing Machines, and Clothing of every description. 3°5 COALS AND GAS COKE. iiig iit-Qu-a iMi,6s-L-Lowc-t P". Truck Loads to any Station. Enquirers give reference to this paper. WRITE:- THE G. J. EVESON, COAL & COKE Co. LTD. BIRMINGHAM. Che Rorlb Wales Weekly news And series of 12 Popular Weekly Newspapers. The Colwyn Bay Weekly News. The Conway Weekly News. The Penmaeamawr Weekly News. The Llanfairfechan Weekly News. The Bangor Weekly News. The Llandudno Weekly News, The Llanrwst Weekly News. The Bettws-y-Coed Weekly News. The Vale of Conway Weekly News. The Abergele Weekly News. The Vale of Clwyd Weekly News. The North Wales Weekly News (General Edition). SPECIAL NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisements appear in the whole of the above NEW p ipers at ONE INCLUSIVE CHARGE, and at a price U!1, asked for insertion in one newspaper only. Scale of Charges will be forwarded on application. SPECIAL PREPAID ADVERTISING SCALE, For SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, ARTICLES FOR SALF, APARTMKNTS AND HOUSES To LET, MISCELLANEOUS, &C. One Three Insertion. Insertions 12 Words os. 6d. is. od. 24 ti 1 S. od. 2s. od. 36 1 s. 6d. 3s. od. 48 23. od. 4s. od. 60 as. 6d. 5s. oj. 72 33. od. 63. od. 84 3'" 61. 7s. od. 96 4s. od. 8s. od. If booked, double these rates will be charged. RELIGIOUS SERVICES, &c. SPECIAL PREPAID SCALE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS RELATING TO RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND PREACHERS, CHARITIES, ENTERTAINMENTS, &C. 1 week a weeks. 4 weeks. ao Words. I s. od. is. 6d. as. 6d. 30 » I s. 6d. as. 6d. 4s. od. 40 1. as. od. 3s. 6d. 6s. od. 5° „ as. 6d. 4s. od. 7s. od. And 6d per insertion for every additional 10 Words. tialf-penny stamps accepted in payment of all sums under st. The charge for Births and Deaths is is. each. In Memoriani notices, 2s, 6d.; Marriages, 2s. 6d. An extra charge is made for booking. The announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by the Dame and ailci! ess of the sender Wednesday Mid-Day s post is the latest time for receiving Advertisements. Address- Head Office :-R. E. JONES & BROS. (Proprietors), "The Weekly News" Office, Coawa) Telephones- No. 31-Editorial and Publishing Offices, StatioD Road, ColwYB Bay. No. U-3, Rose Hill Street, Conway. 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