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THE LOW PRICE OF STOCK. FARMERS wishing to avoid selling Stock or Produce at the present low prices, in order 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 1S70. 244-1)9.
Sales by Auction. MESSRS. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES, 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 Colltcti-d. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for leading- Offices. OFFICES Ty n-y-fynwent, Llanrwst. and Cefni Chambers, Llangefni. Nat. Tel. No. 15 Llan>ivst 9- MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1910. TALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE of Fat Bull cks. Hei-fers, Cows and Bulls. Caiviog Cows, Heifers, and Store Cattle. Fat Wethers, Ewes and Lambs. Fat Pigs and Calves. Sale at 12.30 o'clock prompt. 5G MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1910. TALYCAFN MART Great 17th CHRIST- MAS SHOW and SALE, when ^35 will be given in Cash Prizes. The following are the entries to hand :— 185 Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls 1000 Ripe Welsh Wethers, Ewes and Lambs. 30 Bacon and Pocket Pigs. 10 Fat Calves. Judging at 10 o'clock a m. Sale at Half-past Fieven o'clock. 39 Re ROBERT ROWLINSON, Deceased. gETTWSYCOED, NORTH WALES. TO GROCERS. BAKERS, PROVISION DEALERS, FLOUR MUL- HANTS AND o i HEHS. MESSRS. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES beg to annoume that they have been favoured with inductions to Sell bv Public Auction at the EAGLES HOTFL* LLAN- RWST, on WEINTSDAY. DEC 1MBER 7th, 1910, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions to be then produced and read), all the LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE OR DWF1.LING- HOUSE, SHOP AND PREMISES known as "LLYS CARADOG," situate in a first-class position in the well-known summer resort of Bettwsycoed, together with the old established GENERAL GROCERY BUSINESS carried on upon the premises. An extensive trade has been done upon the premises for many years in Grocery Provisions, Flour, Corn and Bakery, and to which is attached a FULL OFF-LICENSE TO SELL BEER, WINE AND SPIRITS. The premises comprise Warehouse, Wine Cellar. Bakehouse and Kitchen, spaci us Shop with Warehouse at rear, 2 Sitting Rooms, Hall, 5 Bedrooms and Landings, Flour Warehouse, Coal and Paraffin Warehouse, Public Oven, Stable and Garden. The Property is held under Lease for the term of 99 years commencing on the 1st November, 1883, at an annual ground rent of £ 6 6s. The above Property is disposed of in con- sequence of the death of the Proprietor, and will include the Goodwill of the Business. The Stock-in-Trade and Effects (other than Furn;ture) to be taken at a Valuation. For further particulars and Conditions of Sale apply to MESSRS. GRIFFITH & ALLARD, Solicitors, Llanrwst, or the Auctioneers, Ty'nyfynwent, Llanrwst. November 22nd, 1910 379 Re THOMAS ROBERTS (Deceased). FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1910. B RONGELLI, LLANDDEWI. SALE of the whole of the LIVE & DEAD FARMING STOCK. Sale at One o'clock p.m. Usual Credit. MR. JOHN PRITCHARD. lVIENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. THE TWENTY-NINTH GREAT PRIZE FAT STOCK SALE. MR. JOHN PRITCHARD begs to an- nounce that his Annual Sale for the Christmas Markets,will be held on M NDAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1910. The entries comprise 154 head of exceptionally well fed Bullocks, Heifers, Cows and Bulls, the property of some of the pricipal feeders in Anglesey and Carnar- narvonshire, and all specially prepared for this Sale. Also 350 Choice Fat Wethers, Ewes and Lambs, and 2 nice Fat Lambs (3 months old). Keep will be allowed, or a discount if re- moved and paid for on day of Sale. Judging will commence at 9.15 a.m. to the minute, and the Auction at 10.30 a.m. most punctually. Lunch will be provided at the Anglesey Arms Hotel for vendors and purchasers. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. g36 Mr. T. Samuel Ingham, AUCTIONEER, VALUER & EMIGRATION AGENT,CARNARVON. UNDERTAKES Sale of Landed and Build- ing Estates, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, &c. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mortgage Purposes. 8a Established 18SS. MR. F. A. DEW, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, &c., The Property Mart, Llewelyn Chambers, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 01*70 .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. 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. MR. C. WESLEY HASLAM, AUCTIONEER. SURVEYOR, VALUER LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. I 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 Account1, 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 AUCTION & ESTATE OFFICES Nat. Tel. 70. TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. RHYL. The MOST IMPORTANT POINT to con- 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. To Engineers, Ship Builders, Ship Breakers, Farmers and others. /ORYD HARBOUR, RHYL, NORTH V WALES. T MPORTANT Sale of MACHINERY, Ship's L Life and other Boats, Ship's Timber, 3 old Hulks, 7 H.P. New Fairbank Motor, nearly new Pynan o and fcngine by Boothroyd, Liverpool, with Prilling Machine, 3 ton Steam 1 ravelling Crane by Grafton, Steam Pumps, 8 H.P. Gas Engine by Crossley, in splendid condition; 75 feet 5 ton Derrick Crane, by Butters. Glasgow, in first-class order Jacks to lift up to 100 tons. Cutting up Tackle, Nobel's Detonators and Electric Explorer, Hydraulic Test Pump (300 lbs.), 4 Slingby's Patent Trucks to carry 15 rwt. each, Grind Stone hand or power), Weighing Machine, pair of Folding Gates, Ticket Dating Machine, Tool Steel, Blacksmith's Tools, Pitch Pine, Oak. Teak, &c., Masts, Derricks, Spars, Gear Blocks] and Tackle; Saw Bench, Tools, &c., also vatious Scrap Iron, a neariy new Patent Fire- wood Chopping Machine, large quantity of Firewood and Fencing Timber. C WESLEY HASLAM, has be?n favoured • with instructions from Messrs. Robert Jones & Co. (who are giving up), to SLLL BY AUCTION, as above, on TUESDAY, DE- CEMBER 6th, igio, and following day if necessary. S de to commence at 10.30 prompt. Strictly Cash Sale. Catalogues ready five days prior Cash Sale. Catalogues ready five days prior to Sale. The Auctioneer wishes to call special atten- tion to this important Sale, as the Machinery is in good condition. A reasonable time will be allowed for clearing and the hulks may be broken up on the premises. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Town Hall Cham- bers, Rhyl. Tel. 70 MR. MATTHEW RYAN, AUCTIONEER, VALUER & ESTATE AGENT. (16 years with the late MR. GEO. F. FBLTON, 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 has been employed on Valuations at leading Country Hauses and Hotels throughout tsix Counties of North Wales and elsewhere, also héb. arranged some of the best Sales. HIGHEST REFERENCES GIVEN. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. Antiques purchased or sold on commission. AUGUSTA ST. (Nearly opposite the Railway Station). Telephone 171. LLANDUDNO. 112 WEDNESDAY MEXT. MARYDAT.E, TRINITY STREET, LVJL LLANDUDNO. Sale of nearly new Surplus Furniture, supplied by the firm of C & R. Light, Ltd., London. MR. fylAlTHEW RYAN, having received instructions from Mr..W. f, Parker, who is leaving the town, will Sell by Auction, on Wednesday December 7th, 1910, a collection of.Surplus HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (prac- tically new), briefly comprising :—Fumed Oak Hall Stand, Mahogany Shell-back Hall Chair, Fumed Inlaid Oak Dining-room Furniture, con- sisting of high-backed dining Chairs, Arm Chairs, Sideboard Dresser, Overmantels, Bureau with book cupboard above, Palm Stands,a fine Maho- gany" elescope Dining Tablewith lounded ends, WALNUT CABINET SEWING MACHINE by White& Co.. an UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO in Rosewood Case, full Trit hord, by Collard atid Collard; expensive Brass Fire Curb with uphol- stered end seats, Brass Coal Cauldron, Fire Brasses, Brass Nursery Fender, Copper-mounted Coal Cabinet, Bamboo Occasional Tahlp" Turkey.and other Carpets, Rugs, &c., &c. -_ow, In the Bedrooms will be found Brass-mounted Bedsteads in sizes, Woven Wire and Wool Mat- tresses, Feather Bolsters and Pillows, Bedroom Suites in Inlaid Fumed Oak and Greenwood 3 and 4 tier Chests of Drawers, Towel Rail' Chairs, Toilet Glasses, Toilet Services &c. On view morning of Sale. Sale at i o'clock sharp. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Augusta-street, Llandudno. Tel. 173. 38g MONDAY, DECEMBER lth. 1910. PLAS MAELOR, ST. MARY-ROAD, ± LLANDUDNO. Sale of Superior and Well-made Household Furniture, MR. MATTHEW RYAN is instructed by Mrs. Williams, who is giving up house- keeping, to Sell by public on the above date, at the above reidence, the contents of 2 Reception and 7 Bedrooms briefly comprising:—Oak and Birch Hall Furniture, Walnut and Mahogany Drawing-room Suites in Saddlebags and Hair- cloth, Walnut and Mahogany Dining Tables, Overmantels, Pier Glasses, Occasional Tables, Paintings and Prints, Ornaments, FINE MAHO- GANY SIDEBOARD with bi-h glass back, SVVEET-TONEJD PIANO in Walnut Case by Barratt and Robinson, Brussels Carpets, Rugs, &c., Brass Rail Bedsteads in sizes, Woven Wire, Hair and Wool Mattresses, Feather Bolsters and Pillows, Wardrobes, Dressing Tables, Chest of Drawers, Toilet Services, &c., &c.; Kitchen Furniture, Cullinary Utensils, 4-hole Knife Machine, capital Wringing and Mangling Machine, Plate, Cutlery, Glass and China. Sale to commence at I I a.m. sharp. On view Saturday, December 10th, from 1 to 4 p m. Catalogues and further particulars of the i"" Al,SUS,a'5treet. Uao<iud„o. Tele- «tw' 38g .t Sales by Auction. MR. H. F. ASHBY, AUCTIONEER & LICENSED APPRAISER, House, Land, Estate, and Insurance Agent, CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEW- ELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN 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 lor Mortgage, Probate, Business Iransfers, Hotels. &c. INVENTORIED 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 entnes for Sales. GOOD CLASS ENTRIES SOLICITED. SALE ON MONDAY NEXT. C OLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. THE CAYLEY ESTATE. Most Important and Extensive Sale of Valu- able freehold Building Land, forming part of the well-known Cayley Estate, situated in the very best positions in this increasingly popular Seaside Summer and Winter Resort, and now ripe for immediate development, thus affording to Capitalists, Builders and others, a unique opportunity of acquiring Freehold Building Plots on which to erect good class Houses either for purchase or occupation. » occupatlOo.. 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 67 U rIS of VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, having good frontages to Whitehall Road, Brompton Avenue, Llannerch Road West, and other roads in course of construction, and embracing about 57,000 SQUARE YARDS. Intending purchasers should especially note that:- (a) All roads (coloured yellow on Sale plan) will be made and sewered bv the Vendor at his own expense. (b) Purchasers will not be required, as in many cases, to buy half the road with their plois. (c) Possession of and access to the plots will be given immediately upon the signing of the Contract and payment of the deposit so as to enable bui'ding operations to be commenced without delay. For further information see Printed Par- ticulars with Plan and Conditions of Sale, which can be obtained from R. E. BIRCH, ESQ., P.S.I., the Cayley Estate Offices, Colwyn Bay and St. Asaph of MESSRS. PORTER, AMPHLETT and CO., SOLICITORS, COL- WYN BAY, CONWAY and LLANRWST 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 TUESDAY NEXT, 6th DECEMBER. CALEDFRYN, RHIW ROAD, COLWYN BAY. MR. H. F. ASHBY will Sell by Auction, on the premises as above, the whole of the useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, being the contents of 3 Reception Rooms, 8 Bedrooms, and Domestic Offices. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. prompt. On view Morning of Sale. Terms :—Strictly Cash. Mr. CHAS. P.SHEFFIELD, F.A.I. Auctioneer, Valuer, Ac., RHYL. pOEL FARM, CWM, NEAR RHUDDLAN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9th, at i o'clock. /HAS. P. SHEFFIELD, F.A.I., has received instructions from Mr. Isaac Davies (who is giving up the Farm) to Sell by Auction the whole of the FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, PRO- DUCE, and PART OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including 2 Cows in-calf, and 3 Rearing Heifers, 2 Cart Mares, Sow in pigs and 2 Store Pigs, Stacks of Hay and Clover, 4 Stacks of Barley and Straw, 2 Stacks of Oats and Straw. Ridge Plough, Single Plough, "Cambrian" Mower and Reaper, 2 Heavy Carts, 2 Sp;ing Carts, Land Roll, Horse Rake, Harrows, Pulper and Chaffcutter, Dairy Vessel, and part of Furniture, and other Farm Implements. Terms Cash. Full Particulars in Posters. Bodfor Street, Rhyl. Tel. 60 A BERGELE SMITHFIELD. A BERGELE SMITHFIELD. GREAT ANNUAL SHOW & SALE OF XMAS FAT STOCK. MONDAY, DECEMBER 13th, 1910. £ 25 IN PRIZES. Judges :—Messrs. C. Sawbridge, Wigan F. Smith, Walsall; and W. Wheeler, Birmingham. All Entries should be made not later than Monday, December 5th, so that the same may be issued to the Trade. C. P. Sheffield, Auctioneer, Rhyl. 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 & LETTINGS effected by Private Treaty. VALUATIONS for Fire Insurance, Prebate 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. MR. F. J. SARSON, F.A.I., Fellow of the Auctioneers' Institute, Incorporated, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND ESTATE AGENT, VALUER TO THE COUNTY COUNCIL OF CARNARVONSHIRE, COUNTY AUCTION MART & OFFICES LLANDUDNO. Sales by Auction. I 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 apd Life, Personal Acci- dent, and Employers' Liability Insurance. Telephone No. 17. 7 By Order of the Mortgagee. OOUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF DOLW.-DDELEN. Important, Old-established Fully Licensed House (free from Brewer) called the ELEN'S CASTI E HOTEL, DOLWYDDELEN, to be Sold bv Auction by MESSRS. BL\ KW'AI.L,HAYES& co., at the Eagles Hot-=l, Llanrwst, on Wednesday, December 7th, 1910, at 2 30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions). The Property contains by admeasurement 31 perches and 12 square vards or thereabouts. The Hotel is substantially built of stone, has commodious rooms, and there are convenient Stables and Outbuildings at the rear thereof. The Property is excellently situated on the main road from Blaenau Festiniog to Bettwsy- coed, in the centre of the village of Dolwydd- elen. and about 5 minutes' walk from the Station. Particulars of the accommodation and any further information from RD. JAMES & HUMPHREYS, Solicitors, Llanrwst, or of the Auctioneers, Ancfaster-square, Llan- rwst. 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 zig (with private extension). PQlpQ ON BUSINESS-LIKE LINES. OdlCO PROMPT., SETTLEMENTS. Mr. Johnston's Sale Room and Auction Mart, commodious, easy of access, central. 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' rr. Liability. &c., &c. United Kingdom Provident Institution (Life). Northern Plate Glass Insurance. RENTS COLLECTED. BOSCOMBE, PRINCE'S DRIVE, L) COLWYN BAY. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1910. MR. S. JOHNSTON has received instruc- tions to Sell by Auction the useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, briefly comprising — 9-piece Suite, Bedroom Suite, Chest of Drawers, Tables, Chairs, Doll's Swing, Spinal t. hair Push-car, Pictures, Bed- stead, Bedding, &c. &c. S-ile to commence r-30 sharp. TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6TH AND 7TH, 1910. ELLERSLIE, BELGRAVE ROAD, JT COLWYN BAY. ImportantSale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, comprising iu part —Sideboard, 2 Sitting-room Suites, 2 Extending Dining Tables, several Deal-top and other Tables, Overmantels. Pier Glass, Antique Book Cup board, Dresser, Knee-hole Writing Desk, Mahogany Card Table, Sewing Machine in good working order, PIANO, Oil Paintings, Pictures, Walnut Hallstand, Hall Timepiece. Bentwood and other Chairs, Brass Kerb, Brass Implements, Coal Box, Massive Eight- day Clock, 2 Bedroom Suites, several pairs Stands, Chests of Drawers, Toilet Ware, Brass Rail and other Bedsteads, Spring Mat- tresses, Wool Mattresses, Sheets, Blankets, Carpets, Lino, Oilcloth, contents of kitchen, Scullery, and washhouse, &c., &c. MR. S. JOHNS I ON has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction as above, on the above date. Catalogues 3d. each. Sale to Commence each day 12-30 sharp. Terms—Strictly Cash. On view Monday, Dec. 5th, 2 to 4-30. L Nat. Tel. Telegrams 89t Conway. Jones, Estate Office." R. ARTHUR JONES, Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent, SALES BY AUCTION of Residential Property, Building Land, Houses, Shops, and Furniture. VALUATIONS for Mortgages, Probate, &c. INVENTORIES carefully prepared. 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, Llandudno Junction, Conway Valley, Pen- maenmawr, Llanfairfechan, and surrounding district. THE ESTATE OFFICE, CONWAY, and at THE ESTATE OFFICE, DEGANWY. 3-34 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. As much care has been spent on our I advertisements as in our news. Both are well worth reading. I Sales by Auction. I Messrs. G. PERKINS & CO., with 30 years local expeiience, Auctioneers, Valuers. Hosse & slate Agents, 16, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. ALES and Valuations ot Landed Estates, Freehold anJ Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land. Live and Dead Fanning Stock. Household Furniture, &c. Valuations for Probate. Mortgage, Hotel, Trade Stocks, <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. 27, Colwyn Bay. 13 WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7th and 8th, At 11 o'clock each day. BRYN DULAS, LLANDDULAS, NEAR ABERGELE. MR.GEORGE PERKINS has been favoured with instructions from A. Law, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood) to SeU by Public Auction, on the above dates and pre- mises, as follows :— FIRST DAY'S S\LE.—Valuable Horses, Carriages, costly Harness and Saddlery, Heavy I Cart, Stacks of well-harvested Hay, quantity of Main Crop Potatoes, Poultry, contents of I' Laundry, Pantries, Scullery, and the whole of the Outside Effects, including valuable New Landau, superior Stanhope Phaeton, costly Ralli Car, well-built Waggonette, roomy Gover- ness Car, valuable Day Mare Cob, superior well bred Bay Horse Cob, Lawn Mowers and Rollers, Chaff Cutting Machine, &c &c. SECOND DAY'S SALE.—A portion of the costly Furnishing Appointments, being the con- tents of Drawihg and Dining Rooms, Breakfast Hall, Entrance Hall, Lounge. Staircases and Landing, 6 Bedrooms, and Kitchen, including valuable Sheraton Mahogany and Black Oak Cabinets. Bureau, genuine >ld Oak Cwpwrdd Deuddarn, and Black Oak Armchair, magnifi- cent Grandfather's Clock, costly Pianoforte, elegant Carved Oak Library 'I able, superior Carved Oak Sideboard, Dinner Waggon, Chairs, Tab!es, costly Cosy Corner Seat, valuable Old English Plate Glass Mirror, rare and genuine Old Sheffield Plate, Electro-plated Goods, China, Glass, costly Turkey, Axminster, Persian and Wilton Pile Carpets and Rugs, valuable Parisian and French All-Brass Bedsteads, 4 costly Bedroom Suites in Brown Oak, Satin Walnut, Mahogany and Ash superior Wire- spring, Hair and Wool Mattresses, &c., &c. View day, Tuesday, December, 6th, between the hours of 2 and 4 p m. For further particulars and Descriptive Cata- logues apply to the Auctioneer, at his Offices at Abergele. 36 Scholastic. 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, FOR BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS. Principal: T. HERBER DAVIES, F.R.G.S. (Class and Mathematical Tutor). Successes gained by the Principal's Pnpils for 1905-10: — 3 London Matriculation. 14 College of Preceptors. 5 Medical and Dental Preliminary Exams. 2 Oxford Local Exams. (Senior). I Oxford Responsions. 6 Shorthand (Pitmall's, Advanced and Speed. I St. David's College, Lampeter. 4 Board of Education Exams. Prospectus and List of Examination Successes on application. Next ilaif-teim commcnces November ist. Mrs. T. HERBER DAVIES, A.L.C.M., gives essons in Pianoforte Playing, Theory & Harmony. 262 LONDON and Bangor Matriculation, 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, Modern Languages, Natural Sciences ir. Bangor, Llandudno, Conway, Colwyn Bay, Abergele, &c.-Apply, Cae Carw, Llanfairfechan. 53 SCHOOL OF DRAWING, PAINTING, and CRAFTS, CENTRAL BUILDINGS, COLWYN BAY. MONDAYS.—Life Class and Crafts, 5 to 7 p m Embossed Metil and Modelling, 7 to 9 p-in. I TUESDAYS.—Life Class and Crafts, 10 to 1 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 Modelling, Brush Work, Blackboard Draw- ing, &c., 10 to i. 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. SCIENCH MASTER S. GLYNNE JONES, B.A., L.C.P. ASSISTANT MASTERS J. HEXRi ROBERTS, B A. LL. WILLIAMS, B.A. ASSISTANT MISTRESSES: M. SNODDY, B.A. L. C JONES, B.A. S. PARRY. COOKBRV VTSTRK«S: M E. ROBERTS (Diploma Cookery, Laundry, and Housewifery.) rBE School is pleasantly situated, has a large i Assen b! Hall, separate Classrooms, Science Labora- tories. Workshop, and a large Kitchen well adapted for the teaching "fCookery 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 Loudoi aad Welsh Matriculation; Oxford Local Exami- nation (Prt liminary, Junior and Senior). Particulars of Fees on application t-, Head Master, or to Mr. F. J. Holmes, Bank Chambers, Colwvn Bav. 33 Scholastic. INSPECTOR OF MINES. PRIVATE LESSONS BY POST. MINE M^na^er's Exams. Scholarships and Asso- ciateship in Mining, & Candidates prepared. Mineralogy. Geology, Coal and Metal Mining, Placer, and Hydraulic Mining", Ore Dressing, Milling, Mining, Mining Mathematics, Electricity and Surveying. Certificates awarded. Write for Syllabus.—The Cam- brian Mining School. Glantfrwd. Porih. Glaxn. 6r. Musical. MISS MALDWYN PRICE I.S.M., R.A.M., Cert., gives Lessons in VOICE PRODUCTION, SOLO SINGING, PIANO. Visits Llandudno and Conway. Terms on application to A. J. Fleet, Music Warehouse, 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. I Hen. Sec. and Delegate for North Wales Section of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. 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. Miss Hilda M. Sargisson, Member of 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 WITHINGTON. MANCHESTER, 673 MR. F. GURNEY BARNETT, L.R.A.M., A. R. C M., Teaching Singing, Teaching Pianoforte, ONDUCTOR of the Colwyn Bay Phil- V harmonic Society, Ladies' Choir and yvmateur Orchestra. VOICE PRODUCTION. SOLO SINGING, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, THEORY, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, ETC. Complete preparation 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 Emigration. A USTRAL1 A.— EIS1E1' 25 0 WFISION V FFE -( MYDD i fyned allan i Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, rhagblaen. Ffare, ZC6. Sicrheir gwaith gan y Llvwodr- aeth, ar eich glaniad yn y wlad. Cyflogau da a hwyd a llety. HEFYD, Eisieu MORWYNHN i fyned i Montreal, Canada. Llefydd rhagorol yn barod. Cyflogau uchel. Cludiad trwy dalu J £ I i lawr a thalu y gweddill allan o'ch cyflog yn Canada. ETO. Mae genym lawer iawn o lefydd ardderchog i WEISION FFERMYDD yn Canada at y Gwanwyn. Sicrwydd cyn cych- wyn am waith a chyflogau da 4 bwyd a llety. Anfoner stamp am fanylion, gan nis gellir cael ewell telerau yn unm- n.—T. SAMUEL 1\GH4M, Agent Trwyddedig gan y Bwrdd Masnach ac, hefyd, i Lywodraeth New South Wales, Australia (Box 12), HIGH STREET, CARNARVON. 8a Public Notices. J^/j OTOR CAR ACT, 1903. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. WHEREAS by sub-section 1 «f Sec- tion 9 of the Motor Car Act, 1903, it is enacted that within any limits or place referred to in regulations made by the Local Government Board with a view to the safety of the public, on the application of the local authority of the area in which the limits or place are situate, a person shall not drive a motor car at a speed exceeding ten miles per hour. And Whereas the County Council of Car. narvon have made a^lication to the Local Government Board lor a regulation to be made in pursuance of the said sub-section putting the above-mentioned provisions of that sub-section in force within the limits comprising the following roads or parts of roads within the Borough of Conway, that is to say — Rosehill Street, from the Suspension Bridge to a point in the Bangor Road situate 70 yards beyond the Archway. High Street; Castle Street and Berry Street; Uppergate Street and so much of Sych- nant Road as extends from Uppergate Street to the junction of the road with Brynhyfryd Park So much of Llanrwst Road as extends for a distance of 260 yards from its junc- tion with Rosehill Stieet; and So much of Station Road, Deganwy, as extends from the entrance to Deganwy Castle Hotel to a point situate 50 yards beyond the junction of the road with Ty- mawr Road, near Deganwy Schools. And Whereas notice of the said applica- tion and of the time and manner in which objections should be made to any such regu- lation appeared in the "London Gazette" of the 5th day of July, 1910, and in the NVeekly News of the 8th day of July, 1910. And Whereas certain objections to the making of c.ny regulation in pursuance of the said provisions have been received by the Local Government Board, and it is ex- pedient that further inquiry should be made in the matter of the said application. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R. C. Maxwell, Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, one of the Inspectors of the Local Government Board, will attend at the Guildhall, Con- way, on Friday, the Second day of Decem- ber, 1910, at half past Ten o'clock in the forenoon, to hold a Local Inquiry into the subject-matter of the said application. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that any person interested may at- tend at such Inquiry and be heard with reference to the said application. AS WTTNESS my hand this Sixteenth day of November, 1910, at the office of the Local Government Board, Whitehall, London. WALTER T. JERRED, 786da Assistant Secretary. I Public Notice. 55.866 (121h A'nvember, 1910. Declaring certain Sections comprised in Parts II., Ill., and IV. of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, J 907, to be in force. BETTWSYCOED URBAN DISTRICT. .till T' O THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL OF BETTWSYCOED And to all others whom it may concern. WHEREAS the Urban District Council of W Bettwsycoed (herein-after referred to as tke Local Authority ") have, in pursuance of Section 3 of the Public Health Acts Amend- mend Act, 1907 (herein-after referred to as "the Act of 1907"), applied to Us, the Local Government Board, to declare certain Sections of the Act of 1907 to be in force in the Urban District of Bettwsycoed (herein-after referred to as the District "); And whereas proof has been given to Our satisfaction of the advertisement required by sub-section (2) of Section 3 of the Act of 1907, and at least one month has elapsed after the date of that advertisement: NOW THEREFORE, in the exercise of Our powers in that behalf, We by this Order Declare, Specify, and Direct as follows that is to say :— ARTICLE I.-(I) On and after the day on which this Order comes into operation, Sections 15, 16. 17. 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 33, contpiised in Part II Sections 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39. 40, 41, 42, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, and 51, comprised in Part III. and Sections 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60,61, 62, 63, 64, 65, and 66, comprised in Part IV. of the Act of 1907 shall be in force in the District. (2) Where a Section to which reference is made in the first column of the Schedule to this Order is one of the Sections by subdivision (i) of this Article described as comprised in Part II., Part III., or Part IV. and declared to be in force, the Section shall be in force in the Dis- trict subject to the following conditions and adaptations that is to say,- Unless and until We, by a further Order made 011 such application and after com- pliance with such requirements as are described and set forth in Section 3 of the Act of 1907, otherwise Declare, Specify, and Direct, the said Section, in its applica- tion to the District and in relation to the cxercise of the powers and to the discharge of the duties of the Local Authority under that Section shall have effect as if the words and figures set forth in the second column of the said Schedule opposite to the reference to that Section in the first column of that Schedule were added to and formed part of the Section. ARTICLE II.- Within the period of three weeks immediately following the date of this Order, or, where in Our opinion the circum- stances so require, within such later period as We by Order presc;ibe, the Local Authority shall cause this Order to be published by adver- tising the same once at least in one or more of the newspapers circulating in the District, and shall also cause a statement of the effect of this Order to be published in the London Gazette. ARTICLE III.—This Older shall come into operation on the Twenty-fourth day of Decem- ber, One thousand nine hundred and ten. SCHEDULE. Parts and Sections. Conditions and Adaptations. 1 ». Part II.— Section Twenty-five. The power of making or en. forcing byeiaws under sec- tion one hundred and fifty- "seven of the Public Health Act.. 1875. as-extended by "section twenty-three of the "Public Health Acts Amend- tnent Act, 1890. w th respect "to the paving of yards and open kpaces in connexion '•dwelling-houses, shall cease- to be exerciseable." Section Twenty-seven (7) Nothing in this section shall appiv to any temporary building erected or set up for use by the Territorial Forcc.- PartIIL- j Section Thirty-five.. This section, so far as it relates to the deposit of material, shall have effect subject to the first proviso to 1 rrtim "ninety-one of tfee Public Health Act, 1875. Byeiaws made in pursu- ance of section s.xteen of the Local Government Act. 1888. tor the prevention and suppression of nuisances shall not, in relation to any subject-matter of this section, a,5y farce or effect within the district. Section Thirty-eight.. Nothing in this section shall "prejudicially affect any power "or right exerciseable by or attaching to an owner or ocrupier of premises by vir- tue ot section twenty-two of "the Public Health Act, 1875, or of section eight en of the Public Health Acts Amend- ment Act, I." Part IV.— Section Fifty-nine (6) Nothing in this section shall apply to a public or circu- "tating library which is not within the district." Given under the Seal of Office of the Local Government Board, this Twelfth day of November, in the year One thousand nine hundred and ten. 0JOHN BURNS, Prmidemt. WALTER T. JERRED, Assistant Secretarv. 806 pANCIERS don't forget that the WELSH NORTHERN COUNTIES FUR AND FEATHER ASSOCIATION'S SHOW of Dogs, Poultry, Pigeons, Cage Birds, Cats and Rabbits will be held on DECEMBER 17th at Messrs. Jarvis & Woodyatts' Repository, Craig-y-Don, Llandudno. Entries Close December 10th. Apply at once for Schedules to the Secretary, G. E. CRAGG, Rocklands, Sr.^dg Rhos, Colwyn Bay. Legal Notices. SARAH BARKER, Deceased, late of TY'NYBERLLAN, TREFRIW. ALL persons having any claims or demands against the esiate of the above-named deceased are required to send full particulars to me the undersigned forthwith. And all per- sons owing money to or possessing any pro- perty of the above deceased are to account therefor immediately to me. J. D. JONES, Watling Chambers, Llanrwst. S03 Solicitor for the Executor.