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Colwyn Bay Musical Season.


Llanrwst Board of Guardians.

" His Pets Defeated."

...--.-.r--North Wales Travellers.

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-----------------Conway Board…

The Cayley Estate, Colwyn…


The Cayley Estate, Colwyn Bay. The Caytey Estate, Colwyn Bay, is one of the most important in North Wales, and forms part of the town of Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea, which places have wonderfully developed in recent years. Splendid build- ing sites are still available, and on Monday afternoon at the Colwyn Bay Hotel, there was a representative gathering of capitalists and others to hear Nir. H. F. Ashby offer 67 lots, of valuable freehold building sites, com- prising an area of nearly 13 acres, now ripe for immediate development. The plots are situated between Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on- Sea. Mr. Ashby said the plots he had to offer were well known to the company present. They were on the right side of the railway and occupied the best position in the dis- trict. Colwvn Bay had developed in an extraordinary manner during recent years. For many years the demand in Colwyn Bay had exceeded the supply of houses, and he, as a house agent, was frequently asked for a house to let at Rhos. Colwyn Bay was a splendid winter and residential resort, and it was getting more so every year. The train service was unimpeachable, and they had also an excellent tram service running through the estate. The plots offered by him that day were arranged in quantities to suit all purchasers, and there was ample room for gardening, for which Colwyn Bay was so noted in winter and summer. That day was a splendid opportunity to gain bargains, as the reserves were low, and the vendors were anxiouso sell. He assured all present that the reserve pricey that day were lower than ever they would be in the future. Lots i to < were withdrawn at 35. ud. and 4s. per yard. Mr. Bliss Hill, Khos-on-Sea, purchased a plot of ripe building land on the South- easterly side of Whitehall-road, containing about 1058 square yards, at 5s. per yard. Other lots were withdrawn at from 2s. 1 id. to 4s. 1 id. per yard. Lot 62, being a plot of ripe building land on the Northerly side of a proposed new road leading from Llanerch-road East, con- taiing go6 square yards, was purchased by Mr. J. Mochdre Roberts. Rhos-on-Sea, at 3s. 7d. per yard. Lot 63, being a double plot of ripe build- ing land, facing the easterly side of a new road in course of construction, containing about 910 square yards, was sold to Mr. William Davies, Glyn Dwr, Colwyn Bay, for 4s. 6d. per yard. We understand that negotations for sales by private treaty are proceeding. Messrs. Porter, Amphlett, and Co., Col- wyn Bay, and Llanrwst; and Messrs. Lawr- erce, Graham, and Co., New-square, Lin- coln's? Inn, W.C., were the solicitors for the Vendors. Mr. R. E. Birch, F.S.I., Colwyn Bay, and St. Asaph, is the agent to the Cayley Estate.


Sad Death of a Retired Welsh…

Abergele Sparks.

1 ! Motor Speed Limit at Conway…

Unionist Tribute to Mr. Lloyd…

Flint Boroughs.

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