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BUILDING LAN l), I BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TO LET OR FOR SALE. 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 CHOICE FREEHOLD RUILDING LAND FOR SALE, suitable for immediate erection of BUNGALOWS, DETACHED and SEMI-DETACHED VILLAS, also sev- eral sites suitable for SHOP PREMISES. In some c-ase-s money advanced on two-thirds value of Land and Buildings. COUNTRY RESIDENCES with from 3 to 60 acres of land to be Sold or, Let. Rents ranging from C40 to £160 per annum. FURNISHED HOUSES for WINTER Months in exceilent positions and low rent- als All modern conveniences. E-Jill par- ticulars on application. APARTMENT HOUSES. Colwyn Bay aad District. Rents ranging from ^30 to £100. Excellent positions, good connections. DEGANWY.—Good Semi-detached House to Let with 2 Sitting and 5 Bedrooms. Usual Domestic Offices. Large Garden. Rent £ 40. Possession February next. Also a HQus-e with 2 Sitting and 4 Bedrooms. Rent IC22. LLANDUDNO r t CTION. -An excel- lent Double-fronted Shop and House over. Also a Lock-up Shop to let on main road. Rents C26 and £ 11 respectively. RHOS-ON-SEA.—Excellent Detached and Semi-detached Villas to Let and for Sale. OLD COLWYN.—A good House to Let in pleasant situation, with open views. Three Sitting and 6 Bedrooms, Bathroom, &c. Rent £ 36. COTTAGE PROPERTY.-Sevral lots of Cottages for Sale, in good repair and ten- anted. Rents from 3s. 6d. to 7s. per wee1,. For further particulars and orders to view apply as above. Parciau Building Estate, Colwyn Bay. TO be sold on Chief or Freehold, in plots for detached or semi-detached Resi- dences. Splendid views of hills and sea, several with south aspect, and sun during winter. Roads sewered and completed. No charge far making. Gas and Water laid on Land tax redeemed. Money advanced on two-thirds value of Land and Buildings at 4 per cent. if re- quired. No procuration fee. Railway Sta- tions, Post and Telegraph conveniently situ- ated.—Apply Messrs. J. M. Porter & Elcock, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. 52 R. E. BIRCH, F.S.I. (Agent to the Cayley Estate), ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR & VALUER Begs to inform his Clients that he has removed from Wynnstay Chambers to OAKLANDS (First Floor), CONWAY RD., COLWYN BAY (Next to Council Offices). NAT. TEL. 55. 85 I. R. MALEK, ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, 17, DENBIGH STREET, LLANRWST, and GLAN CONWAY. CONWAY VALLEY AND COAST.- Houses, Furnished and Unfurnished, to be Lest or Sold. Sheep and Grazing Farm To Let and for Sale. Bungalows and Build- ling Land for Sale. Those with Houses to Let, apply as above. Terms reasonable. 76 A. M. Fowler, Junr. (Elected A.M.I.C.E. 1889). ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, VALUER, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. TEMPORARY OFFICES during course of erection of new Business Premises- COLWYN AVENUE, RHOS-ON-SEA, COLWYN BAY Telephone Office, No. 222a. Residence, No. 222. Telegrams: Fowler, Architect, Llandrillo-yn-R has. BUILDING LAND.- Choicest plots of FREE- HOLD LAND for Sale at RHOS-ON-SEA, PENRHYN BAY, OLD COLWYN, and CRAIG-Y-DONV LLANDUDNO, suitable for the erection of DETACHED AND SEMI-DETACHED VILLAS, BUNGA- LOWS, and BUSINESS PREMISES, ex- ceptionally suitable Plots for HYDROS, BOARDING and APARTMENT HOUSES. Money advanced on two-thirds value of Land and Buildings during erection, and as permanent mortgage. Houses built to suit Leaseholders or Pur- chasers. 58 Matrimony. THE Matrimonial Mirror."—The very best introductory medium for all Classes desiring matrimony; in sealed en- velope. 6d.—Millard, 4, Colston-street, Bristol. \/l ATR1MONIAL CIRCLE."—Greait • iV ■ success; conducted on strictly honourable principles; no extravagant in- troductory fees sixpence, post free sealed envelope.—Editor, 18, Hogarth-road, Earl's Court, London. To Let. FO BE LET, a Kitchen Garden well stocked £ and productive, situate at Pensarn. Glan Conway. Apply D. Mac. Nicoll, Derwas, Abergele. 775 '1'U LET.— Good stable at Llandudno I. Ju.-ictl on.-AF)pl),, I. H. Smith, Coed Helyg, Llandudno Junction. EXCELLENT HOUSE AND SHOP in Queen-street; private entrance to house low rent.—Ha-slam, Auctioneer, Rhyl. OmiODfOUS I,OCK-Ull-SIIOP in Market Stioet. Rent only f20. Haslam, Estate Agent, Rhyl. Unfurnished Houses to Let. O LET, Four roomed Cottage, Park- terrace, Deganwy. Good washing acco 11- modation; 5s. clear.-Apply S. Thewlis, Nether- lea, Llandudno. 6qa 1 WESLEY iiAsLrvM has the following Houses to Let: 24, Princes-street, 2 entertaining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ ig ios 24, Water-street, 2 entertaining, 7 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 22 1 os.: 9, Lake-avenue 2 enter- taining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 18 i os.; 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 eitfer- taioing, S bednoms, bath, <4c., £ 5o 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., £ i<) ios We-t- pararie, b entertaining, 15 bedrooms, bath, &c,. £ jO: Edward Henry street, 3 entertaining, 8 bedro-ns, bath, &I., £ 27 10s. Also many others—Apply, Town Hall Chambers, Hhyl. Telephone, 70. ind Small Field, known as "Wern Bach," situated at Eglwys Bach.—Apply Evans, Cae Forys, Eglwys Bach. /6ig ~TTAT(!FRY5^ DE GANWY.-T wo sit- ting, three bedrooms, bath, etc., large gadcn. Summer-house and stabling £43 dear. a 567n i i EMI-DETACHED House in Ellesmere- :J road, Colwyn Bay. Rent, £ 60; Ditto House and Stable in Ellesmere-road. Rent, £ jo. Two Excellent Semi-detached Houses in Greenfield-road. Rent /41. Semi-de- tached House in llawai den-road. Rent ^50—Alfred G. Pugh, Chartered Account- ant, Wvnnstay Chambers, Colwyn Bay. 748 nr I LL AN F AIR FEiCHAN.—Attractive New House (red tile roof) in Park Crescent, 2 reception, 4 bedrooms and attic, bathroom and usual offices. Rent, £28 per annum, or for sale at reasonable price.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 ENM A E N MAWR. Comfortable de. tached House in privately situated grounds, 3 reception, 8 bedrooms, bathroom, &c Moderate Rent.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Con- way, N.W. 47 LANDUDNO JUNCTION.—Well ar-~ ranged House in own well laid-out gTOunds, 3 reception, 6 bedrooms, bath, &c., orchard and good kitchen garden. Rent, ^40.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 C~ OMFORTABLE Unfurnished Flats to let immediately.—G. Perkins & Co., Auctioneers, Colwyn Bay. 715 Unfurnished Houses Wanted. WANTED, in Deganwy or district, un- W furnished house; 5 bedrooms, 2 enter- taining, garden.—State rent to Box 618, Weekly News Office, Conway Offices, &c., to Let. TO LET, in Station-road, Colwyn Bay, Rooms suitable for Offices. — tor terms, apply A.B.C., Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. To be Let or Sold. COLWYN.—WYNN AVENUE. — Newly erected and well built Villa: Fine Vestibule, Spacious Hall, Two Entertaining and Five Bedrooms, Bathroom and w.c., separate all modern offices.-Also Semi- detached Houses to Let and for Sale.- Apply, H. O. Hughes, Westwood, Colwyn. 577a to- DWYGYFYLCHI.—House and Shop to let at moderate rent, or owner would sell at reasonable price.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer, Conway. 47-41 Land to Let. J.ü LET, Close of Grass Land at Meiiden. t -Appiv. Haslam. Land Agent. Rhvl. Land for Sale. NEAR CONWAY.—Charming site of N about six acres suitable for private residence, bungalow, fruit or poultry farm- ing. Price, ^450.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer, Conway. 47-41 AND IN COLWYN 13AY (Dundonald- road) for Sale for erection of small houses or villas.—James F. Taylor, Solicitor, 71. Lord-street, Liverpool. 574a dg Properties for Sale. WO Modern Freehold Villas, producing an i annual rental of £+°. Each house has 2 entertainining rooms, 4 bedrooms, bath, h. & c. water, &c. Price for a quick sale, £ 625.— Haslam, Surveyor, Rhyl. BIRMINGHAM.Four well-built Leasehold WTeekly Properties, producing after all payments, including collecting, £241 14s. Price, Zi,Soo. Pay 13 per cent. Rents collected, remitted monthly, quarterly.— Pratt, 136, High-street, Bordesley, Bir- mingham. LYSFAEN, near Colwyn Bay.—Free- hold Cottages and Land for Sale. Cheap. Pant-y-Carw. Two dwelling- houses (always tenanted), with about 3 acres of building land. Excellent position. Charming environment. Grand panoramic views.—Apply Mr. W. D. Jones, Auctioneer, Old Bank, Holyhead. Mortgages. M~ ORTGAGES.—Advances on Freehold or Leasehold Properties on advan- tageous iterms.—Apply, Mr. Ilindley, Solic- tor, Llandudno. 397a MORTGAGES.—^10,000 to be let out I.V1 011 Mortgage on Freehold Properties, from 4 per cpnt. interest.—Apply, Cardsby Haslam, Town Hall, Rhyl. Medical. The Medical Home, Colwyn Bay. FULLY TRAINED CERTIFICATED NURSES supplied, who live in the Home when not at Cases, and are under personal supervision. Patients received. Massage. Nursing Appliances on Hire. For terms and particulars, apply.— Tel. a4. MATRON: MISS ISABEL MATTY. 38 ,<rTHE WIFE'S HANDBOOK and family Medical Guide," 1910 edition (illus- trated) 80 pages of sterling information for the married; over 1,000,000 copies sold at 6d. each now offered ABSOLUTELY FREE, in sealed envelope the original genuine edition, copyright; largest illus- trated list of surgical and domestic goods published also enclosed.—N. W. DORSAN & CO., 57, Robscn-road, West Norwood, London. Established 1847. 203a E. Goodman-Jones, ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, TOWN HALL, CONWAY. REGISTER OF LAND, FURNISHED AND UN- FURNISHED HOUSES AND ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET IN THE DISTRICTS OF CONWAY, LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, DEGANWY, CONWAY VALLEY, PENMAENMAWR, AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. 148 Apartments to Let. L()\(FÖI'T"\f;fJ APARTM ENTS For Business Gentlemen (permanent). Central position Terms moderate.'—Apply, Box 752, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. t 'ORQUAV.—Apartments or Board Resi- J. dence, private house, high situation, good cooking and attendance. A comfort- able winter home.—Miss Herridge, Kenfield, Ilr. Wellesley-road, Torquay, Devon. STFND.-I,arge Furnished Room, with 0 balcony, to let, close to Kursaal.—■ Write, English Inquiry Bureau and Indian Tea Rooms, ICJ, Boulevard-road, Van Iseghem. OM FORT ABLE APARTMENTS, near Station.—Ty Newydd, Church-street, Conway. 28 I NTENDING visitors to North Wales I 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 ior is. 6d.—Address, Weekly ATews Office, Colwyn Bay or Conway. Apartments Wanted. OYELY I.LANGOI.LEX. All in search of an ideal spot at which to spend a restful, recuperative holiday should consider the claims of the Lovely Vale of LIangoIIen. The Sketch describes the His- trict as a scenic fairyland of verdure and foliage and the late much-travelled Duke of Westminster spoke of its unrivalled scenery and" pure air." Golf, Angling, Boating, arc amongst numerous attractions offered to visitors. To secme Apaitments advertise in The Llangollen Advertiser. 25 words, qd.— Proprietor II. Jones. Boarding Establishments. T MP,A 1.1 IP} ILL, Coram-street, Kusselj- squire, W.C.—Comfortable Bedrooms; well furnished alio rooms en suite; moderate inclusive terms; electric light, passenger lift, centrally situated.- Tariff on app ication to Manageress. 'Phone, 121, Central. Tel. I address. Umballaciom 424H2 MANCHESTER.— When in Town DINE l at LORD'S RESTAURANT, Thomas-street, Shudehi-11. Best and cheap- est. Try it. Estab. 1853. Motor Cars for Sale. "1 fV"| O Humber Motor Car (06) in perfect I V// I going order. Cape Cart hood, Stepney wheel and usual accessories and spares. Price £ 140.—Francis N'unn, Colwyn Bay. Cycle Accessories, &c. w IOCK TAKING SALE. — l yres, Covers, 3s. 3d. Air Tubes, 2s. 3d. Guaranteed. Prams. Tyres, Frames, Capes, Wheels, &c. Guaranteed new goods. Sale list free.—W. A. Gorton, Manufacturer. Wolverhampton. 599a PUNCTURES impossible with "Airgrip. Cycle size, P.O. 6d.—Smith, 24, Hearne-road, Chiswick, London. BANKRUPT STOCK.—Free Wheels U iod., Brakes nd., Covers 23 nd Complete Cycles, 6-guice1. models, £2 gs. 6d. Thousands of bargains list free.— Zansic, 13, Filev-street, Sheffield HOW to Build a Cycle worth ^8 for £ 3 19s. 6d. We supply all parts. Send for Wholesale Catalogue.-Smar-ts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a PLATED Cycle Wheels, fitted Tyres and Tubes and ball free wheel 21s. per pair carriage paid.—Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a LATEST Novelty Self-lighting Gas Lamps, give splendid light, 3s. nd. post free.—Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a PUNCTURE Proof Bands for Ö-utei JL Covers, 2s. ud pair post free. No more punctures now —Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a 00 Inner Tubes, 2s. 6d. each post free.—Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory Birmingham. 473a CYCLE Frames all fitted ready for wheels, 27s. 6d each carriage paid.— Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a ■ AAA PLATED Front Cycle Wheels, all sizes, 4s. 3d. each.— Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. n 473a e^YCLISTS.—Send for our Wholesale Catalogue at once, and buy direct from the factory. Outer Covers, 2s. iid. each; Bells, 4fd. Carrieis, 53d.; Front Brakes, I I 'I. Roller Chains, is. iid. Plated Wheels, 8s. nd. pair; Oil Lamps, is. Plated Gas Lamps, is ud. Saddles, 2S. 6d. Plated Pumps, ion Complete Cycles ready for the road from f.2 19s. 6d. Carriage paid on all orders over 2S. 6d.— Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Spiceal-street, Birmingham. 473a Publications. SECOND H AND Books Bought. Send par- ticulars. Good prices given. Reply to Perfidious Welshman," by Fluellyn, post free, is. id.—Dowell's Welsh Book Stores, Rhyl. Orders for Welsh Books solicited. 781 FOR SALE.—" 1 he Business Encyclopaedia F and Legal Adviser," new; 6 volumes, 25s. the National Encyclopaedia," in 13 volumes, for 2fs.-Either, carriage paid on receipt of cheque to Mantle, 31, Percy-road, Wrexham. 609a \VALUABLE K) i HE HoLSEWIb E.— Mrs. Langmaid's book lightens labour, is. C(,rhett-road Cardiff 415nl8 Musical, &c. NEW MUSIC HEINRICII SUCK'S New Waltz "Nym- phentmz will be the success of the season. Post free, 1/6. Send P.O. to W. Stratton, Lordswood-road, Harbone, Bir- mingham. HERR HEINRICH SUCK'S BAND is THE BAND for BALLS, Receptions, &c. Photography. U" SF. OUR~ PLATES.—Half Plates, 1/4; Quarter Plates, 7|d. dozen; P.O.P. 2 or Gaslight Postcards, 100 1/4i; Mounts, Backgrounds, &c. samples and catalogues free.—Works, July-road, Liverpool, E. 217 Domestic Servants. \VANTED. WANTED, Good General, apply, Mrs. Mather, Roseneath, Shavington Avenue, Chester. ^14 to £ 16. Avenue, Chester. ^14 to £ 16. \v ANTED-Gelleral Servant for Farm- V house over 20; able to milk.—Ap- ply Mrs. Tweddle, Coed Mawr, Dolwydd- e_k>n._ 762g WANTED, respectable, useful help (not under 19), for Minister's house.—Ap- ply, Mrs. Jones, Stoneleigh, Dee Banks, Chester. 584ms AN ED GENE AL SERVANT (strong and experienced), to take position as Kitchenmaid and < eneral Maid age 18 to 24 wages £ 18 to £ 22 Cookhousekeeper and house- maid kept abstainers. Give lull particulars.— Mrs. J. D. Williams, Langley House, Urmston, Manchester. A.59 I frnxmiixWrnmnimmm ( 0 o\ 1 OUR SMALL 1 I K 1 ADVERTISEMENTS | P I GIVE I 1 N | S RESULTS! S | M i \j Twelve Words, 6d. it g! III Three Insertions, 1/ II ^1 mmmmnmmxswmsmmM Situations Vacant. GOOD PKOsPEC I S.— Wanted Young Man, V age 22/25, good appearance, smart can- vasser salary and comrriisslon.-Apply, Can- vasser," Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. 773 VACANCIES for Agents in unrepresented V districts for the Imperial Accident In- surance Co., Ltd. Est. 1878. Horses Insured against Death from Accident or Disease Mares for Foaling and Loss of Foals; harmers' Liability for Accidents to Labourers, Servants and Workmen's Compensation. Claims paid, £ 450,000.—Address, Agency Manager, 17. Pall Mall East, London, S.W. 6oodi6 t \UI\' t Buy Christmas Gifts. Earn them. Dispose of six of our charming richlv gilt Bangles, Necklets, &c., at is. 3d., then we send a beautiful crocodile grain vanity bag, containing scent bottle and mirror or other selected gift. An hour does it. No outlay. Goods sent free. Write to-day.—Alexander & Co., 77. Queen-street, Glasgow. 423D 18 A Sure Living can easily be made Selling Remnants, Calicoes, Blouse Lengths, Prints, Flannelettes, Curtains, &c., &c. Sample parcets, 5s., 10s. and 20s. Value guaranteed. List Free.-F. Crossley and Co., 75 and 77, Lever treet, Piccadilly, anchester. soidi6 1 OOO HOUSE-TOHOUSE CANT I VASSEkS: the best id. lines ever offered sure living.—Apply at once, B. S. Co., Cheapside, off King-street, Manchester. 573a 1118 WANTED at once, experienced Junior Vy Clerk. State age, and references.— Mr. F. A. Dew, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay. A Sure Living can easily be made Selling Remnants, Calicoes, Blouse Lengths, Prints, Flanelettes, Curtains, &c., C. Sample parcels 5s., ios., and 20s. Valie guaranteed. List free.-F Crossley and Co., 75 and 77, Lever-street, PiccidPlv, Manchester. c^ia OCEAN LINERS.—Stewards, Steward- esses, Cooks, etc., wanting berths, write, Nautical Agency, 16, Caledoniin- street, Liverpool. 407 AGENTS WTanted. Private greeting cards. Absolutely best series pub- lished. Write at once for book.—Wilkinson & Coy., 24a, Bank-street, Accrington. [474a e- te. O Q weekly earned easy and legitimate, wt. Let me start you. Send is. rind stamped address.—Jaques, 66, Rendell-road, Leicester. 470a WANTED, a dozen boys to sell Rhyl Weekly News. Call 9.30 this Friday morning at Kinmel-street Offices, Rhyl. j 20/- PER WEEK When Out of Work. Are you so sure of your job ? Write us and we will send you per return our Prospectus which tells how you can be sure of 208, per week when out of work. It clearly explains how you can secure a regular set- tlement for three months during unemployment. Write NOW enclosing addressed envelope. Don't wait till you are out of work it's too late the.. Think what it means to be out of work with per- I haps wife and children to keep fed. I- it not worth a small sacrifice now to know that in the time of need they are provided for for three months, during which time you can look around and secure work ? The Insurance gives you heart to look for work, and cheerfulness is half the battle when you apply for a situation and co.npete with others. You can be cheerful when you know that "All's Well" at Home. Be sure and ask for Prospectus N.W. U The Rampart Unemployment and General Insurance Co., Ltd., 255-z60. BIRKBECK BANK CHAMBERS. I HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. W.C. I Go. Chance for LIVE Agents. Our Agency will put More Money in Your Pocket NOW. Situations Wanted. WAN 1 ED, by Young Married Man, Situa- W tion as Hiod, or Working Foreman to take all duties on farm wife good dairy- woman excellent references.—Apply F. Cross, 51, Rorrowdale-road, Lancaster. 614 nj8 Shopping by Post. f/Y AliwX Or50 LlV'iLE ~CIGAUS.- \j O Filled entirely with Havana Tobacco. Length 3 inches. Miniature shilling cigars.—Im- porter, 92, Tennyson-road, West Ham, London. 606 ni8 'Ull'-Iengttis, froiii gs.; also U%,ercoatiligs. J Latest designs; patterns free.-H. Broad- bent, 22a, Fitzwilliam-street East, Hudderstield, 602d2 iUlhH LINEN.—Collars, 5s. 6d.; Cults, 9s.; JL .Handkerchiefs, 6s. doz.—Halpin & Co., Auctioneers, Belfast. 420nl8 IO/- Parcel, carriage paid, Ladies and Gents' Umbrella, and pair of ex- pensive design Curtains.—Send P.O. C. O. & Co., 29, Beaumont square, Mile End, E. 1425d2 BOO 1 S, Boots, Boots.—If you want a Pair send us your address, and we will send you particulars how to get a pair for 6d.— Nelson & CO., 29, George-street, Pontvpool- (^OLDIERS^ HEAVY GREATCOATS; Is 6s. 6d., etc. price list free.—Hart and Son, 56, Wellington-street, Woolwich. Es. tablised 100 years. 563. D2 ARMOUTII BLOATERS and Kip. pers, in prime condition, is. 6d. and 2-s. 6d. a box, carriage paid on receipt of cash.—BUTLER'S CURING WORKS, St. Nicholas-road, Great Yarmouth. a57gdg NEVER be disappointed. Order early. Now leady, choice selection of Private Greeting Cards from 2s. per dozen. Write or call to-day and see samples. Books sent out to any address on application by 'phone or postcard —R. E. Jones and Bros., Weekly News Office, 8, Station-road, Colwyn Bay. KNITTING WOOLS for all purposes. All qualities and shades. Samples free. Orders for 2/6 carriage free.—Tonks's Noted Wool Warehouse, Ashted Row, Bir- mingham. iI3 A IZ -%I I,, R S' SL'ITS, world -renowned 1-4 amongst agriculturalists, to measure, for 22s. 6d., 31s., 35s. Hard wearers and splendid fitting. Waterproofs, 23s. 6d., 27s. 6d., best value. Thousands testimon- ials.—All pa^-iculars and easy measure iorms (iree), Holmes and Son, Farmers' Tailors, Buxton, Derbyshire. 5^oa I 1SH. — 11st. Cod, Ling, Haddocks, 1 Plaice, or Headless Fryers, 10s. Salt Cod, 2S. stone; 4°0 Fresh Herrings, 12S.; Finneys, Kippers, Floaters;, 2s. box; bass Selected Fish 2s.-T.acv and Sen, Grimsby Dks. 448a n2t; 1- 5/11 POSTMEN S BOOTS (SbWNJ. CARRIAGE raid; average wear 12 months; thousands of testimonials; lists free; P.O. 5s. nd. Box Calf Furlough and Uniform Boots, 7s. iid.-W. BULL & CO., 215, Battersea, Park-road, London. O H AG 11A WKF R S ^and~ M A RIN E STORES, etc.—Woolens, 3s. 9d. per score; unripped cloth, is. id.; whites, is. rough rags, 4d. tailors' cuttings, 3s. 4d. to 5.-Horwich, Albert Mills, Downe-street, Liverpool. 476d9 ARMY BLUCHERS.—4,000 Pairs Sewn A Bluchers, best leather, any ize, post free for 5s. 6d.—H. J. Gasson, Government Contractor, Rye C ICARETTES (Finest Brands), post free; cost of sending order refunded. Write for Price List and particulars.—A. Beres- ford, Cigarette Specialist," 20, Bridport- place, London. ATER lrROOF CAPES, large size, W suitable for cyclists or men exposed to the wet, 3s. 6d. each large Police Oilskin Capes, lined with serge, 3s. 6d 4s. 6d., 5s. each; extra large Blue Cloth Police Capes, 5s. 6d. and 6s. 6d. Rubber Motor Jackets, splendid line, 7s. 6d. Oilskin Overall Leg- gings, 2s. 6d. pair; cheaper kinds kept; either above carriage paid.-H. J. Gasson, Government Contractor, Rye. I'a i c Splendid Dark Blue 20.000 or Grey Cloth Trousers, no common rubbish; as worn by the Metro- politan Police; any siza, Post Free, 3s. 6d. pair selected 4s. 6d. a pair cheaper kinds ■ 41. J. crzi'ijent Con- tractor, Rye. A i IIJTARY KNEE BOOTS, smart-ap: pearance, 7s. 6d. pair, Naval Knee Boots, very strong, 5s. 6d. per pair. Bluchers, 5s. 6d. per pair. Any size. Car- riage paid. Cash returned if not approved of.-H. J. GASSON, Government Con- tractor, Rye. ATK RPROOF ('OXT^RSV same mater- ial and pliable as railway sheets; 121ft. by 9ft., 12s. 15ft. by gft., 15s. and so on to any size at is. per square yard with lashes. Sunerior stout, rot-proof Green Canvas, is. 6d. sqanre yard, with lashes.— H J. GASSON, Government Contractor, Rye _n_ Miscellaneous Wants. MOLE SKINS WANTED, any quanti- iVi ties, al! the year round, by the Largest Cash Buyers in England, Augustus C. Edwards & Sons. Furriers, Hereford, who pay full value and send money same day as Skins are received 576a ni8 ("'ASH for Ladies' Hair Combings.—Send Dickner & Co., 7, Ball-street, Ken- sington, W. \,f OLE SKINS.—Gerrard Brothers, Furriers, tV Edinburgh, announce increase in price for Mole ^kins.—Send for particulars. 612a I I AIR COMBINGS bought, 6d. oz. 1 given cash by return.—Send to Dickner & Co 7, Ball-street, Kensington, London, W. Bankers: National Provincial. 353a N- N/f OLESK/NS Bought, any quantity; M highest prices paid, no sorting. Also wanted Cat, Squirrel, Fox, Rat and Rabbit Skins, Duck, Goose and Game Feathers. Prompt payments. Hignett, Oak-street, Oswestry. 516a FURNITURE.—Mr. S. Johnston, Auc- tioneer, invites entries for his period- ical sales. Whole or part contents of house received.—Address, Sea View Crescent, Col- wyn Bay. 848 Journalism. ULJRNAI,ISTIC Edi tor of the North Wales Weekly News has vacancies for three journalistic pupils; thorough training guaranteed.- Apply by letter in first instance. Furniture Wanted. HOUSE of Furniture wanted good quality. Also Pianoforte. Give full particulars and price.—White, Sunnyside, Birch Grove, Rusholme. Manchester, 608 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ADVERTISEMENTS of Persons Wanted, Situations Wanted, Furnished Houses and Apartments Wanted I A and To Let, and Articles Wanted and for Sale, are inserted in the North Wales Weekly News series of 13 separate Newspapers at the following Rates, when prepaid 1 a and 6 insertions. s. d. s. d. s. d. 12 Words O 6 10 19 24 IO 2 0 3 6 36 „ 16 SO 5 6 48 2 0 4- O 6 6 Orders may either be sent to the Advertising Manager, Weekly News Offices, Conway, and at the Weekly News Offices, 8, Station Road, Colwyn Bay The Library, Llanrwst Norbury House, Prestatyn and Gladstone Buildings, Kinmel Street, Rhyl. Customers may write their advertisements 011 the accompanying form or on a separate sheet of paper. =-=-=I | — i_ Please insert the above Advertisement for times, for which I enclose value Name Address Miscellaneous Sales. /Y. offer; send a penny stamp for particulars. Hyams, 19. Ellis-street, Birmingham. 617 dq MAKVELLOLS PA FN Sai'H I V Iv RAZOR.—Safe, easy clean shave lasts for years. Complete with stropper in box. Free is. 2d. Guaranteed.—Alexander & Co.. Dept. A. 77. Oueen-street, Glasgow. 422nl8 NEW L\DL-\KUBBfc.K Carriage lyres: guaranteed qualitv; rare chance"—P. Mellis, 27. Sun-street. London. E.C. 416nl8 /'O 10s.—Kussian VVolt Hearthrug, bit. xj long; handsome wolfskin, with head, eyes, and tail complete: mounted on black Siberian fur almost new; sacrifice, 27/6.— 7, Briardale-road, Mosley Hill, Liverpool. 593n25 FURS.—Lady will sell beautiful -L £5 5s. set Black Bear Open Muff and long Princess Stole; latest Paris fashion new this season accept Crawford- avenue, Sefton Park, Liverpool. 593°2 5 HAWKERS AND~ FANCDEALERS. ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, Grasses, Xmas Cards, Mottoes, Coloured Tis- sues best value in the trade.—Ewart, 185, Kingsland-road, London. 575a ni8 PREtTY WI;DOWS made with Staino- glass Decoration. Cheap, permanent. Stamp for patterns.—'Guest's WTiolesale, Depot 6, King's Norton. 526^5 J)ROTECTION.—Bad money instantly r detected bv using Carr's Lightning Coin Testing Pencil, is. post free.—Wm. Carr, 47, Hatton (harden, London. 1 t OR SALE, Clayton & Shuttleworth J/ Threshing Machine, in good working order; also Straw Trusser, both excellent condition.—'Lloyd, Antelope, Rhydymwyri. 527a 5/Q—500 pairs Men's Genuine Army 57 Bluchers, double-stitched waist; omtlast two ordinary pairs. Any size, car- 57 Bluchers, double-stitched waist; omtlast two ordinary pairs. Any size, car- riage paid. Gents' Balmoral Boots, Ss.— Irwin, Boot Contractor, 21, Percy-road, Watford. -E-u-FOLEY, Bourne, Lines., has for Sale, among others, the following: Pair 12 h-p. Fowler's S.C. Ploughing En. gines with 9-11 Tine Cultivator, 5-Furrow Plough, and Van on Springs and Water Cart, for cash or part exchange; 7 h.p. Bur- rell Compound on Springs, a General Pur- pose Engine; 8 h.-p. McLaren Compound, on Springs, Copper Firebox, Canopy for Threshing or Hauling 8 h.p Wallis Excel- lent Threshing Engine on Springs, with ex- tra Tank; 6 h.-p. Foden Compound, on ] Springs, Double Crank, New Box and gen- erally repaired; Aveling and Porter com- bined Traction and Roller. Several others. Send for list. Two New Foster Thrashers on Iron wheels, fitted with Ring Oilers, only shop soiled, and will be sold cheap; sev- eral good Second-hand Threshers, by best makers; Traction Wagons, Elevators, Gas and Oil Engines. Telegrams—Foley, Bourne 'Phone—No. 4 P.O. RABBIT Nets, FIsh Nets, Cricket, Lawn J\. Tennis Nets, Traps, every description (N.W.W.T.), Net Works, Crewkeme, Somerset. 438n25 SAFES and Iron Doors, Fire and Thief Resisting, 150 from 45s., carriage paid. Cash, Deed, and steel Jewel Boxes. Steel cird index drawer- Lists Free. Cooper, Safe Works, 50 and 52, Columbia-road, Shoreditch, London, E. WALLPAPERS, from iÙ. per roll. W Any quantity, large or small, at Wholesale Prices Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stat- ing class required.—The Barnertt Wallpaper Co., Ltd. (Dept. 281), Campfield-avenue, Manchester. 25a RING UP 31 Colwyn Pay re Stationery^ Printing, Account Books, &c. Y'our orders and enquiries shall receive our im- mediate attention.—R. E. Jones and Bros., 8, Station-road. TRACTION ENGINES, ROAD r.oco- motives, Portable Engines, Steam Tractors, Traction Wagons, Threshing Machines, Road Rollers, &c., for sale second- hand. All boilers passed for insurance. Full list free. Special terms arranged. Portables, Rollers, Wagons, &c., for hire New Thresh- ing Belts from 50s. Good, modern Traction Enginea wanted.— Henry Lewis Sons, Engineers, Reading. 125a GAS COKE, House Coals, Cobbles, Nuts, Slack, &c. Prices quoted for truck loads to any Station.—Ellis & Co., Aber- gele. 81 IF you possess anything for which you i have no further use, why not sell it and have the moiey to purchise fG-metihing you require? To find a customer, try an ad- vertisement in the Weekly ib words 3 times, is 24 words 3 times, is. 6d. GUNS, GUNS, GUNS. Gradual pay- 7 ments. Thoroughly sound, reliable work. Hard close shooting. Send for latest illustrated catalogue. Lowest prices.— Thos. Wild, Gun Works, Birmingham. PICTURESQUE HOMES.—All interested JL in housebuilding should send six stamps for a copy of this work.—The Build- ing and Estates Development Co., Limited, HI istol. ALVANISED CORRUGATED V T SHEETS, all warranted sound, 27in. wide; 5ft. is., 6t+, is. 3d., 7ft. is. 6d., 8ft. is. gd., 9ft. as., 10ft. 2s. 4d. each. A few light Salvage Sheets, sound, but soiled by sea water, 5ft. iod., 6ft. is. each; ridging 3d. per foot; spouting 3!<i. per foot.—N.WT. Dept. Butler, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. 339a ALVANISED FENCING WTRL, V J English ma\j, new but shorter lengths than usual, in J-cwt. bundles of any thick- ness, 4s. per bundle.—N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Miscellaneous. "T^KEBLES, Finals, Dittoes, etc., id. each i (for expenses), stamped addressed 10 per cent. on prizes hundreds won. Try Irish wit. —Editor Irish Press Agency, Belfast. 607a MAU VFLLOUS^V ALITF 111 FRINGE NETS. Sample packet of 3 sent on receipt of 8 stamps; state colour.—Adnitts, Haberdashers, Northampton. 597 n25 1 FRENCH learnt in 24 lessons; Books and r Instructions 3s. 4d.—Tildesley, U.K.C., Lavender Hill, London. 5971125 LADY, High-cLass Confectioner (medalist) 1 will forward Book, over 100 recipes, with instructions; P.O. is. 6d.—"Confec- tioners," 23, Betley-street, Piatt Bridge. 582ms WOOD TURNINGS.—All kinds done on the shortest notice. — R. H. Jones, 20, Butterton-road, RhY__1? Cards, Billheads, Memos. Post yJW Cards, Envelopes, 3s. 6d. 1,000, 5S. 6d. 5,000 Handbills, 8s. Samples free. —Egerton, Printer, Bradford-street, Bir- mingham. 569.0.24 BLUSHING cuied i nmediaitely~~DoctoFs i.) famous recipe I". P O. Testimon- ials daily.—H. Stevens (Dept. 6), 71, Back Piccadilly, Manchester. 7s. Business Cards, Post Cards, Envelopes and Tags smartly printed, 250, 2/3 500, 3/9 1000, 5/6. Other printing equally cheap.—A. J. Johnson, Express Printing Works," Kerr-strect, Northampton. 52I.a Tours. 1"OUH. to the Holy Land, Egypt, and the 1 Mediterranean, including Jerusalem, Nazareth, Damascus, Cairo, Pyramids, Con- stantinople, Athens, &c. Private Parties at half usual charges. For illustrated handbook write the Secretary—Rev. J. W. Miller, B.A., Woodland Avenue, Leicester. sqoadi6 Money. OANS by POS l to £500 on OWN PROMISSORY NOTE to all Classes. Transactions arranged by POST. Moderate interest.—R. MORGAN, 53, Old London-road, Hastin¡zs. S8RJ31 Dogs for Sale. SCOICH TERRIERS, well-bred, small kind; Pups, I guinea.—James Turing, Lavant, Chichester. 418nl8 Farms for Sale. BELtAS I.— eopeland ls;aiid, I-arm (rabbit L) shooting, fishing) let, sell, cheap.—Hal- pin. Auctioneer, Belfast. 421nl8 Farms to Let. I) IllVV FARM HOUSE to let, Garden 1"- and Buildings.—Further particulars, apply Thomas Jones, Maenybardd, Roe WTen, Tal-y-cafn.. 572a ni8 EGLW SBACII.— To Let, Ffrith Lon JLL Fann. 35 acres, situated beside main road from Llanrwst to Eglwysbach. Pos- session November 30th, 1910. — Apply Davies, Bath, Talycafn. ARISH OF LLANRWST\=To be Let, on 30th November next, Gwninger and Taiynyfoel Farms (except the Dwelling- house, Garden, and appurtenances known as Belmont "), containing 83a. ir. 36p., or thereabouts; also the grazing in the Gwninger and Taiynyfoel Plantations, com- prising about 129 acres.—For particulars, apply to Messrs. Griffith and Allard, Solici- tors, Llanrwst. 689tc Cattle, &c., for Sale. C^ALVES from deep-milking Cheshire Shorthorn Cows.—Bulls, 30S., Heifers, 35s. upwards. Cash with order.—Frank Dobie, Littleton, Chester. 583d9 E ggs, Poultry, &c. BARRED ROCK BANTAM Cockerel^ or D PulWs, well marked, hatched April, 1910, bred from prize winners, good layers, 3s. 6d. to 4s —A Pipon. Hartlev-W'intnev. Hants [419n18 UTILITY Brand, Poultry Food, great tgg producers. Unique in price and purpose. Before buying send fur lists. Feed Dept., Argyle Mills, Liverpool Estab. 1868 490a EGGS, Poultry, Rabbits and Butter Wanted; will take Regular Supplies; prompt payments.— Universal Stores, 270, Wheeled-street, Birmingham. State Quanti- ties. FOWL CORN, 7s. 6d., ios. 6d., 12s. 6d., 2401b. Pig Food, 7s. 6d. Poultry Meal, 8s., ios., 2oolb. all sacks included; carriage paid for is. per sack extra (up to 40 miles Liverpool).—Roche "nd Co., 15, Goree Piazzas, Liverpool 103a KEEP YOUR POULTRY RUNS I\. WARM.—Good strong rot-prooif Can- vas sheltering, with eyelets, 2ft. wide, 4d. 3ft. wide, 5d. ft. wide, 6d. per yard run strong rot-proof i-inch mesh Netting, 30 square yards, is. List and Samples free.— H. J. GASSON, Government Contractor, Rye. Farm and Garden. BASIC SEAG.— Distributor. best and JL) cheapest machine, to sow 7ft., £9.- Catalogue from T. A. Meggeson, Southlands, Chelmsford. 603a COWLiNE quickly cures Cows' sore teats and swollen udders. No remedy like it. Send is. for large tin.—Shawyer, Chemist, Swindon, Wilts. Of all chemists. 57a jJr WANTED, large and small quantities of V V Hay and Straw, Carrots, and Swedes also Potatoes and other Farm Produce. State prices.—G. H. Webster. Office and Warehouse St. A nd row's-street, Gallowgate, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Telephone 2800 Cen- tral Telegrams, Straw," Newcastle-on- Tyne, 585a GROUND Lime for Agricultural Pur- poses.—Breedon Lime has been used by agriculturists for centuries, and can now be obtained in bags, ground into flour, at 12s. ton (4 ton lots and upwards), f.o.r. WTorthington Station, M.R. Bags, is. id. each, allowed is. when returned. Now is the time to apply it for wheat, rough pas- tuies, seeds, and all autumn crops.—Apply, f. G. Shields, Isley Walton, Derby. 560a GARTON'S New Breed Red King Seed \_J Wheat, once grown, 45s. for 36 itones, including sacks. —F. Garfort.h, Drighlington. 535a PEND\ FFRYN* GARDENS.—For Cab": t bage, Cauliflower, and other Plants Cut Flowers, Fruit, and Vegetables Wreaths Bouquets, &c. Trade supplied.— I!- rig,n)"ffrY,-n.<:eLa1 ON SALE, beautiful Peacocks.-Apply, Bryniach, Eyirth, near Ruthin. BULBS. BULBS.—500 Guaranteed Flow- ) ering Hyacinths, Tulips, &c., 4/ 300, 2/6; 150, Ijó. 500 (Specially Selected), 5/ 300'3/3; 150, 2/ Sample 70, post free, Ij-. —Garden Supply Co., 3ig, Plough-road, Rotherhithe, London. 543d'2 M-ILLIONS OF PLAXTS. July sown, IVi Early Enfield, Ellam's Early, Early Market, Wheeler's Imperial, 3s. 1,000.— Arthur Puffin, Putton, Beds. 502a ALBERTS BASIC SLA'Li.—For prices, apply to W Ellis & Cc., Merchants, Abergele. 57 LOWER POTS, 192 for 7s. 6d. (craterê- r turnable). 12 8in., 20 bin., 50 sin., 60 4in., 50 3in, Special quotations for Quanti- ties Send for catalogue, free.—Herberts Park Pottery, Darlaston, Staffs. LOOK! STRING NETTING. FOR Poultry enclosing, waterproof, iin. mesh. 30 yds. by 1 yd is. 4d. 30 yds. by 2 yds., 2S. 6d. 30 yds. by 3 yds., 3s. 8d. this is sent carriage paid.—II. Robinson, Wish Ward-street, Rye, Sussex. GA L V AX I EE N C INC f ~Y IR in -C\t. bundles, from 6 to 14 w.g., per- fect new wire but shorter lengths than usual, 8s. per cwt Galvanised Barbed Wire, slightly soiled, in 84 lb. bundles, 336 yds., 9; per bundle.—N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell W orks, Wolverhampton. AEVANIZED ROOFING SHEETS, J Special job lot light sheets, 21 inches wide, to cover 18 inches, 5ft. 74d.; 6ft. 9d. each all new, sound and free from holes, but slightly soiled.—N.W Dept BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. EAab. 1828. WIREnglish J make, new, but slightly soiled, 84lb. bundles, 336yd 9s. per bundle.— N.W. Dopt., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolver- hampton Established 1828. GALVANIZED Corrugated Sheets, \_J special, salvage, ne'v sheets, soiled 3d.; 7ft., is. 6d. 8£1., is. 8d. — N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Established 1828. WHY be bothered with keeping Ferrets W when for is. (P.O. preferred) Game- keeper of 41 years' experience will send whole of following REAL, genuine Recipes? Drawing and catching Rats in enormous quantities, alive or dead; Destroying Moles by Millions; Bolting Rats or Rabbits from their holes; Drawing Game any distance; compelling Rabbits to Lay out for covert shooting; Forcing Hens to Lay (best on earth); Curing Skins Secret Fishing Oils; Trapping Rabbits, Hares, Foxes, &c., alive; Very Valuable Dog Fancier's Secret; Posi- tive C-uie for Gapes in Pheasants and Poultry; Thousands of testimonials. N. 95. THOMSON, Frederic Place, Weymouth. 568a Horses, Carriages, &c., for Sale. 1-4 OR SALE-New Pubber Tyre Governess < Car and Second Hand Gig, Dogcart, two Light Lorries, Ilor^breaker's Cart, two Phaetons, Rubber Tyrcd Landau, Victoria and Brougham Business and Pleasure Floats a speciality; Handcarts and Wheel- barrows and 'Bus Top. Cash or easy terms. Francis and Sons, Coachbuilders, Colwyn Bay..13 V ESICO=SU:Õ-ORIFIC(flying hor trade. V mark).—A powerful penetratmg. re- medy for Lame Horses, Weak Joints, Sorained Sinews, Diseased Bone, Puffy Swellings. Needs no special attention. Pots 2S. 6d. or 5s. PEDIoURA cures Thrush, Buttle Hoof, Greasy Heels, Itchy Mane, Tail or Legs, Mangy Skin in all ani- mals. Tins, 2S. 6d. from GREGORY & CO., Temple, Bristol, or through your Chemist. 28a Established 1894. MORRIS HUGHES & SON, the prin- iVj. cipal Billposters, Town Criers, and Bill Distributors m Llanrwst and District. Good Hoardings in all parts of the town. All orders promptly attended 00.-24 and 25, Narrow Street, Llanrwst. 360