8Ui 9NG LAND, 8US!> ¿55 AND RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY To LET OR FOR SALE. J. M. PORTER AND ELCOCK, Architects, Surveyors, and Valuers, Land and Estate Agents, THE ESTATE OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. PWLLYCROCHAN ESTATE. — Valuable freehold Building Plots for Sale, suitable for 5"etached and semi-detached Residences and situate in the west end of Colwyn ay, and also above the woods, within easy Iteach cf station, shops, and post office. Price '^cording to area and position of land pur- ged. 'I CONWAY.—Detached Country Residence Sale, with about 2; acres of land. Sunny *°d sheltered position. About i of a mile from f'ation. Two reception and four bedrooms, vathroooi and usual offices. Early possession. reehold price, £ 1000. r COUNTRY RESIDENCE to be Let or Sold. hree reception, eight bedrooms, convenient Vnestic offices, stabling, walled-in garden. ,?bout 61 acres of land in all. South aspect. ,nt £ 120. Freehold price moderate. Ib SHOPS AND OFFICES to Let in good Usiness positions. FURNISHED HOUSES for Winter Months Let from £ 1 is. per week. For further particulars and orders to view y as above. J arciau Building Estate, Colwyn Bay. rO be sold on Chief or Freehold, in plots for detached or semi-detached Resi- ..Splendid views of hills and sea, several south aspect, and sun during winter. | ^oads sewered and completed. No charge u* making. Gas and Water laid on. Land redeemed. » "loney advanced on two-thirds value of .atid and Buildings at 4 per cent, if re- ared. No procuration fee. Railway Sta- °Qs, Post and Telegraph conveniently situ- Apply Messrs. J. M. Porter & Elcock, Tbe 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), ONWAY RD., COlWYN BAY (Next to Council Offices). I.. NAT. TEL. 55- 85 R. MALEK ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, 17, DENBIGH STREET, ^LANRWST, and GLAN CONWAY. hCONWAY VALLEY AND COAST.— reuses, Furnished and Unfurnished, to be f* or Sold. Sheep and Grazing Farm To and for Sale. Bungalows and Build- h Land for Sale. Those with Houses to ^yas^e^TCTms^^9onaWe^7o 111. Fowler, Janr. I (Elected A.M.T.C.E. 1889). I^CHITECT, SURVEYOR, VALUER, lLANO AND ¡ ESTATE AGENT. TEMPORARY OFFICES during bourse of erection of new Business re01ises- COLWYN AVENUE, ITHQS ON SEA, COLWYN BAY Telephone Office, No. 222a. ( Residence, No. 222. ? Telegrams: Fowler, Ar hitect, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos. BlJlLDlNG LAND.—Choicest plots of FREE- HOLD LAND for Sale at RHOS-ON-SEA, II PENRHYN BAY, OLD COLWYN, and CRAIG-Y-DON, LLANDUDNO, suitable for the erection of DETACHED AND SEMI-DETACHED VILLAB. BUNGA- LOWS and BUSINESS PREMISES, ex- ceptionally suitable Plots for HYDROS, BOARDING and APARTMENT HOUSES. S Money advanced on two-thirds value of and Buildings during erection, and as ^rma«ent mortgage. Houses built to suit Leaseholders or Pur- asers. 11 11 E. Goodman-Jones, ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, +1WCC ESTATE AQENT. 1 TOWN HAll, CONWAY. Y REGISTER OF LAND, FURNISHED AND UN- 1\. FURMSHEP HOUSES AND ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY FOR SALE AND TO LET IN THE DISTRICTS F CONWAY, LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, GANWY, CONWAY VALLEY, PENMAENMAWR, b SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. 148 >1 |pB 1 n. DAVIES, BILLPOSTER, BELLMAN, & MWERTlSltfG CONTRACTOR 5i, HIGH STREET, BLXENAU FESTIJHIOG To Let. 12 WORDS, 6d.; 3 insertions, is. XCELLENT HOUSE AND SHOP in Queen-street; private entrance to house low rent.-Haslam, Auctioneer, Rhyl. ONIMODIOUS LOCK-UP-SFIOP in COMMODIOUS LOCK-UP-SHOP E Market Street. Rent only £20.- Haslam, Estate Agent, Rhyl. Unfurnished Houses to Let. CLEVEDuN.—To Let, House; south aspect, c i rooms lovely views; altitude 120 feet; good neighbourhood. Rent, £ 62.— Green, Clevedon. 1-679623 CTLE I^(Unfurnished) small but convenient House ill Old Colwyn. Free of rates until March next.—Apply Box No. 823, Weekly News, Colwyn Bay. DEGANWY.—Good Semi-Detached House, with 2 Sitting and 5 Bedrooms. Usual Domestic Offices. Large Garden. Rent £ 40. Also a good House with 2 Sitting and 4 Bed- rooms. Rent C-.2.-Apply, J. M. Porter and Elcock, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. PENNCOURT, West End, Colwyn Bay.— Detached House, South aspect, Open views, very suitable for Business or Professional man 3 Reception and 7 Bedrooms. Rent £52. r I ''O LET. Bodgwynedd, Abergele-road, X Colwyn Bay; 3 reception, 8 bedrooms, bathroom, and usual offices. Vacant next March 25th.-Apply Glyn Villa, Llandudno. 662d24 -ONWAY. Llys Gwitym"; 2 entertain- ing, 6 bedrooms, modern conveniences.— Hushes, Glanaber Park, Chester. 79009 WEsLEY HASLAM has the following C. Houses to Let24, Princes-street, 2 entertaining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., [19 ios 24, Water-street, 2 entertaining, 7 bedrooms, bath, &c., C22 ios.; 9, Lake-avenue, 2 enter- taining, 4 bedrooms, bath, &c., £ 18 ios.; 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 bednoms, bath, &c., £50; 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., Cig ios.; West- parade, 6 entertaining, 15 bedrooms, bath, &c,, £ 50; Edward Henry-street, 3 entertaining, 8 bedroms, bath, &c., £ 27 ios. Also many otbers.-Appiy, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Telephone, 70. LAN FAI RFEC HAN-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 PENMAENMAWR. — 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.-NVell ar. ranged House in own well laid-out grounds, 3 reception, 6 bedrooms, bath, &c., orchard and good kitchen garden. Rent, ,640.-Apf,ly, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 Unfurnished Houses Wanted. RHOS OR COLWYN BAY. House R wanted for March quarter, buy or rent, £35 to £45, two entertaining, four or five bedrooms. Must oe modern. New pre- ferred. Good gardens essential, or would take extra plot of land adjoining. Give particulars. Wade, 9, Ashburn Grove, H^ten^Norris^Stockgort^a^gd^o^ Shops to Let. LAN DUDNO JUNCTION.—An excellent double fronted Shop and house over. Splendid position on main road. Rent £ 26.— Apply, J. M. Porter & Elcock, The Estate Office. Colwyn Bay. Offices, &c., to Let. O LET, in Station-road, Colwyn Bay, T Rooms suitable for Offices. For terms, apply A.B.C., Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. To be Let or Sold. yYWYGVFYLCHL^House and hopw D let at moderate rent, or owner would sell at reasonable price.—Apply, R. Arthur Tones, Auctioneer, ray. Business for Sale. FOR SALE.—Good country General Grocery, Ironmongery and Coal Business, D.-F. Shop, low rent.no goodwill; ill health cause for disposal. Grand chance for youug man with small capital.—T. S. Ingham, Auctioneer, Carnarvon. 849t.c. =- Farm Wanted. WAN 1 ED, a smail Farm, about 25 acres Pasture Land with good House and Outbuilding; reasonable rent; near a town preferred situated from Abergele to Prestatyn, —Apply letter, "J.R. Rhyl Weekly News Office, Kinmel-street. Rhvl. a687jG Land for Sale. EAR 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 BAY (DundtmafcU road) for Sale for erection of small houses or villas.—James F. Taylor, Solicitor, 71, Lord-street, Liverpool. 574a dg Mortgages. -M ORTGAGES.-Advances on Freehold M or Leasehold Properties on advan- tageous terms.—Apply, Mr. Hindley, Solic- tor, Llandudno. 397a ORTGAGJ,S.f to,ooo to be let out [ on Mortgage on Freehold Properties, from 4 per cent. interest.—Apply, Cardsby Haslam, Town Hall, Rhyl. Engines for Sale. OIL ENGINES (second hand), by good 0 makers, always in stock, suitable for Farmers also our new Annan Engines with 3 years' guarantee.—Eric Nicholson & Co., Ltd., Annan, N.B. 648a I Apartments to Let. 12 WORDS, 6d.; 3 insertions, is. STV,ND.-Large Furnished Room, with 0 balcony, to Let, close to Kursaal.— Write, English Inquiry Bureau and Indian Tea Rooms, 103, Boulevard-road, Van Iseghem. C^OMFORTABLE APARTMENTS, near Station.—Ty Newydd, Church-street, Conway. 28 INTENDING visitors to North Wales 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 j'or is. 6d.-Address, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay or Conway. Apartments Wanted. 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 insertions, is. OVELY LLANGOLLEN. — All in search of an ideal spot at which to spend a restful, recuperative holiday should consider the claims of the Lovely Vale of Llangollen. The Sketch describes the ,.1:3- 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, are amongst numerous attractions offered to visitors. To secuie Apartments .advertise in The Llangollen Advertiser. 25 words, pd.—Proprietor n. Jones. Boarding Establishments. MANCHESTER.—When in Town DINE l V at LORD'S RESTAURANT, Thomas-street, Shudehill. Best and cheap- est. Try it. Estab. 1853. Land to Let. 0 LET, Close of Grass Land at Meliden. i —Apply, Haslam, Land Agent. Rhyl. Properties for Sale. BRICK YAKD (Leasehold) for Sale full par- ticulars.—Apply Box 822, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. 822d23 I 'WO Modern Freehold Villas, producing an 1 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. 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. 24. MATRON MISS ISABEL MATTY. 38 "'[HE WIFE'S HANDBOOK and family X 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, ir sealed envelope; the original genuine edition, copyright; largest illus- trated list of surgical and domestic goods published also enclosed.—N. W. DORSAN & CO., 57, Robson-road, West Norwood, London. Established 1847. 203a Medical Remedies. nTWORDS, 6d. 3 insertions, is. K. SAYCCrCATARRK REMEDY.—An absolute cure for Chronic Catarrh. Write or Sample trial, post free.—Address, Dr. Pierce, 19, Oxford-street, London. 'HAPMAN'S Sore Ihroat Cure never fails V, of Chemists 7^d. and is. 1 |d.— William Cnapman, Bournemouth. 655J6 BENESANO of world-wide famed. J he U quick cure for Wounds and Sores in all animals, or domestic use, prevents and cures tender feet. Satisfaction guaranteed. Tin is. post free -Cowan, Co., Colchester. 6ioa i .rHEUM AT ISM PE EDILY^C URED l\ Mr. John Bpps, Selby Park, Birming- ham, very strongly recommends Wonderful Rheuii.atism Cure. FREE information for addressed envelopes. A566 D2 URGICAL APPLIAN CES.best'value. Write for list, mentioning paper.— Wilton's, 30, Webb's-road, London, S.W. BOOK of Invaluable information and [ Recipes for either sex, free; state age.—Higson, Box 81, N. Church-street, Nottingham. LL Sufferers from Tapeworm quickly re- lieved. Particulars free.—Higson, Box 80, N. Church-street, Nottingham. 144a T MPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every 1 Mother who values the health and cleanliness of her child should use Harri- son's Reliable Nursery Pomade. One applica- tiou kills all nits and vermin, beautifies and strengthens the hair. In tins, 43d. and 9<1., postage id.—Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Llandudno, J. Winter; Deganwy, H. Rogers Jones; Col- wyn Bay, J. W. Adam son; Penmaenmawr, T. J. Hughes; Conway, Llewelyn Jones; Lianfairfechan, W. G. Roberts. All Chem- ists. 82a Matrimony. •'IV/IATR JMONIA L POST," established half iVl acentury; 15,000 marriages arranged. Larger than all the matrimonial agencies in the world combined. Sealed envelope 5d., with circular gd.—Editor, N.P., 12, Trafalgar-build- ings, London, W.C. HE Matrimonial Mirror."—The very X best introductory medium for all classes desiring matrimony; in sealed en- velope, 6d.-Millard, 4, Colston-street, Bristol. yf ATRIMONIAL CIRCLE."—Great IV1 success; conducted on strictly honourable principles no extravagant in- troductory fees sixpence, post free sealed envelope—Editor, 18, Hogarth-road, Earl's Court, London. IF Your Circumstances will not permit you i. to maintain a large family, send two stamps for Book to Mrs. C. Beckett, 11, Gastien- road. Hammersmith. London. W. 6IQA Publications. ONDON'S LATEST RECITATION.- y When Father Made the Tea, also When Father Wants to Shave," st ikingly humorous and suitable for either sex; post free, Id each.-Autbor, 102, Upton-lane, Forest Gate. Please mention paper. I Domestic Servants. WANTED. I ADY will give time (few months) in Hydro, 1 Good Class Boarding House, or Private Hotel; assist Manageress.—Address, Box 660, North Wales Weekly News, Conway. WANTED, General Servant.—Apply, Mrs. yV T. O. Morgan, Arfryn, Conwav. Situations Vacant. 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 insertions, is. BAKER.—Smart Improver wanted used to Bread-making. — Apply, Evans Bros., Central Stores, Old Colwyn. GOOD Agent wanted to Sell Soap, house to house; good terms to reliable man.— Write Smith. 69, Roth well-street, Blackpool. CANADA. Wanted Farm Hands and C Domestic Servants to join Ingham's Special Welsh Parties sailing from Liverpool to Canada in March. Work guaranteed for all. Part passage money advanced for female domestic servants only. We have travelled thousands of miles through Western Canada, and our arrangements for emigrants are un- equalled. You cannot get better terms any- where. Send stamp for particulars for Book- lets.—T. S. Ingham, Emigration Specialist (Box 12), Carnarvon. 851 COUNTRY Girls and Young Men wishing Employment should write General Em- ployment Agency and Servant's Registry, M. Clair, 85, Bold-street, Liverpool. Tel. 296 Royal. (Registered under the Act of 1907). AGENTS Wanted in Wales for Key In- surance; excellent terms.— Apply, Key Registry, Ltd., 13, King Williarn-street, London, E.C. 673 ANADA.-All classes of Labour required 0 for 1911. Ca'l or send stamp.—The Cropper Company, 26, Drury-lane, Liverpool. 663 AN old-established Firm of Auctioneers in the City of Liverpool have a vacancy for a well-educated Youth as Articled Pupils Premium required.—Address, 826, Weekly Neivs Office, Conway. GF,NCY.-Patent Game Novelty, (Silver- A plated), Samples 2d. and 6d.-Pendant, 95, Sherde-road, Sheffield 664j3° A Sure Living can easily be made Selling Remnants, Calicoes, Blouse Lengths, Prints, Flanelettes, Curtains, &c., &c. Sample parcels 5s., ios., and 205 Value guaranteed. List free.—F. Crossley and Co., 75 and 77, Lever-street, Piccadillv, Manchester. WANTED, a dozen boys to sell Rhyl Weekly News. Call 9.30 this Friday morning at Kinmel-street Offices, Rhyl. 20/m 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. I 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 then. Think what it means to be out of work with per- haps wife and children to keep fed. Is 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 compete with others. You can be cheerful when you know that "All's Well" at Home. Be sure and ask for Prospectus N. W. The Rampart Unemployment and General Insurance Co., Ltd., 255-260, BIRKBECK BANK CHAMBERS, HIGH HOLBORN, LONDON. W.C. Good Chance for LIVE Agents. Our Agency will put More Money in Your Pocket NOW. Situations Wanted. YOUNG Lady seeks daily teaching, neigh- bourhood of Penmaenmawr. Usual subjects. French certificate acquired abroad. Private French lessons given —Miss Barrie, Bedol Bach, Dwygyfylchi, Penmaenmawr 67^4 Miscellaneous. FIGUREOLOGY.—Learn your number, find its influence on your life, character, busi- ness, marriage. Its revelations will astound you, and influence your future. Send birth, day, month, year, is. P.O. and stamp.—Euclid, 10, Greek-street, Liverpool. 2-678j6 OU'LL NEVK-R WASH TOUR DOGS Y AGAIN after using the Rapid Dry-clean Powder for all breeds. It grows and cleans the ciat, clears vermin and scurf, and prevents distemper. NO WASHING. NO CHILLS. Large packets, 2/6; post free, 2/9. Dredgers 3d. each 2 packets and i dredger 5/6 post free. —Whitaker's Manufacturing Co., Bedford. 672 U, LNNEKS—Genuine Stable information, terms, stamped address, Osborne, Stable Commissioner, Rye-street, Bishops Stortford. 65Q ARE YOU M ARR1ED ?—I hen send stamped envelope and receive most astounding Novelty List by return post.—Novelties, 16, Brougham-street, Hartlepool. 457tc REBLES, Finals, Dittoes, etc., id. each (for expenses), stamped addressed 10 per cent. on prizes hundreds won. Try Irish wit. —Editor Irish Press Agency, Belfast. 607a rAA Cards7 Billheads, Memos. Post OvJw Cards, Envelopes 3s. 6d. 1,000, 5s. 6d. 5,000 Handbills, 8s. Samples free. —Egerton, Printer, Bradford-street, Bir- mingham. 569.0.24 HANDBILLS, 5m. by 7^in. for 7s. 'id., 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-street, Northampton. 521a A C\ C\c\f\ POLICE AND ARMY TROUSERS, as., 2s. 6d. Job Line Tweed, 2s., J'S. Army Overcoats, 4s. 6d., 63. 6d. Bedford Cord Riding Breeches, s. hd., 4s. 6d. Police Capes, 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d. Army All-Wool Blankets, is. 6d. and 2S Army Boots, 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d. Waterproof Sheets, is. 6d., 2S. Wholesale supplied, carriage 6d. Boys Scouts' Equipments. Send for piice list.— ANSCOMB, Government Contractor, 14, London-road, London, S.E. 667M16 Musical Instruments. Harmonium for chapel. Particulars.—Apply Box 824, Weekly News Office, Conway. 824 1 NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Ar*\7CDTicPMRMTS of Persons Wanted, Situations Wanted, Furnished Houses and Apartments Wanted d T L t and Articles Wanted and for Sale, are inserted in the North Wales Weekly News series of 13 separate Newspapers a..he fol.owing Rates, when prepaid # g s s. d. s. d. s. d. 12 Words .06. 1 0 1 9 24 „ IO 2 0 3 6 36 „ 16 SO 5 6 48 2 0 4 0 6 6 OrJers 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 on the accompanying torm or on a separate sheet of paper. -n_ ZZIZHZI :—jzn NNNNM, I I_H_ 1- I I Please insert the above Advertisement for times, for which I enclose value Name. v v Address Shopping by Post. 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 insertions, JS. P TO DATE DKESS, UUSlUAlL U COATING CLOTHS from 4s. nd. Full costume length. Blouse materials. Pattern) free.—Bradford Dress Goods Company, 123, Leeds-road, Bradford. a686j6 AMERICAN TRUNKS, Handbags, Rugs, Blankets and Emigrants' Outfits at Wholesale Prices. Cheapest place in Wales.— T. S. Ingham, Auctioneer. Carnarvon. 850 FROM CEXTRE~ ladies Bl^ck Cashmere Hose, plain or rib, is. 3$d. 3 for 3s. 9d. carriage paid. Genuine Welsh flannel, is. 3d. Patterns sent.—W. Pryce- Jones, Leicester. 458.54 N EVER 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 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 uud shades. Samples free. Orders for 2/6 carriage free.—Tonks's Noted Wool Warehouse, Ashted Row, Bir- mingham. 713 lIi;¿:III_ I IØ o\I. I OUR SMALL X I # I ADVERTISEMENTS 1 1 1 1 GIVE I I 1 BIG I I I RESULTS! ft I | I I Twelve Words, 6d. |J If Three Insertions, 1/ J !^G P!Æ I 0 o } £II vØ;IIØ;.A Farm and Garden. 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 insertions, is. FOR SALE, about 5,000 good App'e Irees, JL 2 and 3 years old leading varieties- Jas. Booth, Elm, Wisbech. 4-39d23 COWLlNE quickly cures Cows' sore teats and swollen udders. No remedy like it. Send is. for large tin.—Shawyer, Chemist, Swindon, Wilts. Of all chemists. 587a j3 I PENDYFFRYN GARDEN S.—For Cab- JL bage, Cauliflower, and other Plants; Cut Flowers, Fruit, and Vegetables; Wreaths Bouquets, Sec. Trade suppied. Peter Wright, Pendyffryn, Penma.-enmawr.[184 A LBERTS BASIC SLAG.—For prices, apply to W Ellis & Co., Merchants, Abergele. 57 T_7LOWER POTS, 192 for 7s. 6d. (crate re- Jp turnable). 12 8in., 20 6in., 50 5m., 60 4in., 50 3m. Special quotations for quanti- ties Send for catalogue, free.—Herberts Park Pottery, Darlaston, Staffs. (. ALVANIZED-WOFING SHEETS, J Special job lot light sheets, 21 inches wide, to cover 18 inches, 5ft. 7d.; 6ft. 9d. tach; all new, sound and free from holes, but slightly soiled.—N.W Dept BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. E.tab. ALVANIZFD I5ARB WIRE, English make, new, but slightly soiled, 841b. bundles, 336yd 9s. per bundle.— N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolver- hampton Established 1828. GALVANIZED Corrugated Sheets, V special, salvage, ne", sheets, soiled by sea water, Sft., is. 6ft., is. 3d. 7ft., is. 6d. 8ft., is. 8d. — N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Established 1828. U, HY be bothered with keeping Ferrets 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 Cuie for Gapes in Pheasants and Poultry Thousands of testimonials. N. 95. —THOMSON, Frederic Place, Weymouth. 568a 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. Worthington 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, J. G. Shields, Isley Walton, Derby. 560a Horses, Carriages, &c., for Sale. L'OR SALK-New Fubber Tyre Governess 1-' Car and Second Hand Gig, Dogcart, two Light Lorries, Horsebreaker's Cart, two Phaetons, Rubber Tyred Landau, Victoria and Brougham; Business and Pleasure Floats a speciality; Handcarts and Wheel- barrows and 'Bus Top. Cash or eisy terms. —Francis and Sons, Coachbuilders, Colwyn Bay. 112. 43 V ESICO.SUDORIFIC (flying horse trade- V mark).—A powerful penetrating re- medy for Lame Horses, Weak Joints, Sprained Sinews, Diseased Bone, Puffy Swellings. Needs no pecial attention. Pots 2S. 6d. or 5s. PEDICURA cures Thrush, Brittle 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 Bicycles, &c., for Sale. f ENTLEMAN'S CYCLE as new, with V J B.S.A. 3-speed gear, Clincher tyres, £5 5s. Worth double.—Box 661, Weekly Neivs Office, Conway. Dogs for Sale. HAMPION Pedigree Welsh Terriers, bred from big prize winners, 4 months to 18 months; some ready for show; to clear, a bargain.—Prices, apply Box No. 845, Weekly News Office. Colwyn Bay. Furniture Wanted. OUSE of Furniture wanted good quality. j'JL Also Pianoforte. Give full particulars and price.—White, Sunnyside, Birch Grove, Rusholme. Manchester, 608 FT) T T Motor and General lJ/\ JL» 1—o Engineer, Millwright Iron & Brass Founder, Reliance Works, CONWAY. Marine Motors supplied & installed, Sparking Plugs, Batteries, Coils, &c. Sole Agent for the BROOKE IARIIE MOTOR. Machinery, Motors, Cars, &c., Repairs a Speciality. New Lawn Mowers supplied from 15s. Any make repaired to cut equal to new. Steam, Gas and Oil Engines, Pumps, Heating Apparatus, Hydraulic Rams, and other Machinery supplied and fixed. Motor, Gas, and other Oils at lowest prizes. Strict personal attention given to all orders. Telegrams "Bait, Conway." Moderate Charges. Miscellaneous Wants. WANTED, MOLESKINS.—Large or small quantities taken. Cash by return.— Tom Davies & Co., Ffynnonrhinweddau, Bethania, Llanon, Aberystwyth. .vi OLESKINS. — Wanted well-dried and jYI stretched. We buy all the year round. Highest prices. Cash by return.—Triebuck and Smith, 10, Friday-street, London. 613a RAGS WANTED. Best prices given.— Woollens, 3s. 9d. per score; unripped cloth, is. id.; whites, is. rough rags, 4d. tailors' cuttings, 3s. 4d. to 5s.-Horwich, "Albert Mills," Downe-street, Liverpool. 625d. C ASH for Ladies' Hair Combings.—Send Dickner & Co., 7, Ball-street, Ken- sington, W. MOLE SKINS.—Gerrard Brothers, F urriers, Edinburgh, announce increase in price for Mole Skins.—Send for particulars. 612a HAIR COMBINGS bought, 6d. oz. J'J, given; cash by return.-S-end to Dickner & Co 7, Ball-street, Kensington, London, W. Bankers National Provincial. 353a MOLESKINS Bought, any quantity; 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 U R N1TUR E.-M r. 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 Eggs, Poultry, &c ENS.—Cohen, 15, Snort-street, Spital- fields Market, London, buys live old hens. Correspondence invited. 626a UTILITY' Brand, Poultry Food, great egg producers. L'nique in price and purpose. Before buying send for lists, Feed Depfc, Argyle Mills, Liverpool Estab. 1868 490a EGGS, Poultry, Rabbits and Butter Wanted will take Regular Supplies; prompt payments.—Universal Stores, 270, Wheelei-street, Birmingham. State Quanti- ties. FOWL CORN, 7S. 6d., ios. 6d., 12s. 6d., JT 2401b. Pig Food, 7s. 6d. Poultry Meal, Ss., 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 EGGS. EGGS. EGGS. Turkeys, Ducks, Geese, etc. AN EARLY ORDER WILL PAY. Now Booking. American Mammoth Bronze TURKEYS -to- doz. Immense Normandy Bronze 8- doz. Enormous Embden-Toulouse GEESE to/6 doz. Aylesbury and Indian Runner DUCKS. 4/6 doz. CLEARS REPLACED FREE. ARTHUR BARVOOD, G^. HAMMER J'MHH, LONDON. H5j30
Local Clergyman Favours Disestablishment. IMPORTANT LETTER BY THE VICAR OF BLAENAU FESTINIOG. The Rev. Thomas H. Hughes, Vicar of Blaenau Festiniog, declared himself in favour of Disestablishment in the following letter to the "Manchester Guardian" Sir.—Welsh Disestablishment, apparently, is at hand, and it behoves Churchmen to prepare for it. To those who rightly regard the Church as a divinely ordained organ- isation her prospective severance from the State presents no terror. On what grounds should such a prospect alarm them? It .is surely paying the Church in Wales a poor compliment to regard even partial disen- dowment as calculated to inflict an irre- parable blow upon her usefulness. As your correspondent "Artifex wisely re- marks "Surely the Church does not need and should not seek any position of privi- lege or advantage as compared to any other religious body. She is quite strong enough to rest on nothing but the inherent attrac- tion of her own message." Disestablish- ment would mean the emancipation-yea, the redemption—of the Church in Wales. Fettered as she now is by her alliance with the State, she would then be free to exert her unrestrained beneficent influence upon the masses of the people. The Mother Church-" yr Hen Fam,"—as she is fondly termed even by Nonconformists, would still be the proud Mother Church of the Cymry. We should witness a regenerated Church, reorganised on modern lines, and better equipped to accomplish her great and glori. ntlf; mission. I would here respectfully suggest to the Bishop of Bangor that he should supply a foretaste of a disestablished Church in fill- ing up the vacant canonry. I believe that the aouointment of a canon missioner would be liailed with the aoprobation of the dio- cesc. It was generally taken for granted that Canon Davies received his promotion on the understanding that he would organise missions in the diocese. Why the project was not carried out has not been explained. The appointment of a powerful Welsh preacher as canon missioner, unencumbered with parochial duties, would, I venture to believe, ronduce to Ibe best interests of the Church in this scattered and essentially Welsh diocese.—Yours, R-c., THOMAS. H. lit-GHFS. The Vicarq^e, Blaenau Festiniog, December 20th.
Tuberculous Cattle. Mr. L. W. Wynne Lloyd, of Carnarvon, a member of the Royal College of Veterin- arv Surgeons and of the Royal Institute of Public Health, &c.. writes to the daily papers commenting upon the report pre- sented bv the Medical Officer of Health of Colwyn Bav to the Ditrict Council at their last meeting. In the course of that report the Medical Officer said that, accompanied by the Sanitary Inspector, he had visited most of the cowsheds in the district, and had examined the cows, with a view to find- ing out whether there was any tuberculosis or other disease amongst them. Mr. Wynn Lloyd says:- Now, I have 4he greatest respect for the reputation of the Medical Officer of Health of Colwyn Ray he is a specialist in his own sphere; but, speaking generally, can any- one imagine anything more absurd than A medical man endeavouring to diagnose the diseases of cattle, of which he knows nothing accompanied by a sanitary inspector who knows less. We may quite as reasonably expect a local authority to appoint a veterinary surgeon as inspector of school children. When will public bodies learn to make appropriate appointments, and place the in. spection of meat and milk supply in the hands of the veterinary surgeon—the only person whose special training qualifies him for the work? We are told in the same report that a cow which had been condemned with tuberculosis was found afterwards to have been fattened for the butcher. This is a common practice in the country, and njite recently I was asked by a jobbing butcher to let him know if I came across an animal beyond recovery from any disease, as he could buy it for the price of its hide, dress it, and send it to the English markets. The man has now ceased to know me. The same difficulty obtains in the matter of milk supply. Not infrequently one ineeits cases of advanced, tuberculosis of the udder. It is useless to advise slaughter, and the milk, which is teeming with the bacilli of tuberculosis, continues to find its way either to the churn or to the larders of the unsus- pecting public. Ireland has forestalled us in this matter, and has an excellent system of dairy inspec- tion. It has realised its duty to its children, whereas our policy appears to be to sterilise their brains and pollute their stomachs.
TIDE TABLE FOR THE NORTH WALES COAST.* DECEMBER. Date. Mora. Evea, height. 30 10 8 10 17 14 IO 31 '038 1058 ig s JANUARY. 1 •• 11 17 11 43 15 10 2 — 01 16 j 3 • • 0 19 0 37 J6 s 4 o 55 1 14 16 7 5 •• 1 3a i ss 16 8 0 a 8 a 29 16 3 Conway 10 minutes later.
A Manchester View of the North Wales Weekly News." On Monday morning a gentleman made an early call at our editorial office. He was a resident of Rusholme, Manchester. "Last Friday," he said, "I advertised in the "North Wales Weekly News" that I had furniture for sale. The first reply came on Saturday, and, would you believe it, the writer was a lady living in Manchester I It is evident that she takes your paper, and, as far as I can gather, so do many other Manchester people. In fact, it was a Manchester friend who recommended me to advertise in the "Weekly News," and I am glad I accepted his advice."
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THE DYING YEAR. One of the most notable years in the world's history, a year which marks an im. portant turning point in the course of our national affairs, is passing away amid the discordant sounds of merriment and mourn- ing CoUiery and railway accidents and other tear-compelling catastrophes have broken in upon the Yuletide festivities, and the traditional joyousness of the gladsome season has been almost silenced by the cold presence of the grim shadow. It is, then, the note of Tragedy which is most prominent in the music which accompanies the march of 1910 to the Land of Yesterday. But there is, happily, another side to the picture. There is a brighter aspect to the page inscribed in our annals by the finger of the now expiring year. Among the multi. farious activities of the past twelve months, none are more fraught with benefit for our country than those investigations which have been conducted, with such consummate skill and patience, into what may best be described as "The Condition of the People" question. In other words, never before have greater zeal and energy been devoted to the question for the root causes of the evils which oppress the lives of the great mass of our population and never before has so much success attended the humanist labours of the investigators and never before has the way to reform appeared so clear as it does to-i? v Thi», then, is the brighter side of the picture to which we allude. It is not r- our purpose here to even mention, much less to dilate upon, the many causes which have been discovered as the producers of so much of the crime and misery whicn stalk abroad in our land; and it woiid certainly be squally impossible to discuss the various and numerous suggestions for effectively assailing those eiils. There is, however, one point to which we might refsr, not because it is most important, but for the reason that this present year has witnessed such a remarkable unanimity of opinion re- garding its influence upon the national well- being. W e speak of the need, ar-knov ledged now by all classess and section of society, in. cluding even the ministers of religion, of exercising a greater degree of common.sen&e in our national attitude towards amuse* ments. It is being realised more and more that there is a national application to the old story about "all work and no play" making "Jack a dull boy." It is even being realised that something far more %etious than "dulness" le&ults from a system of "all work and no play." If "dulness" were the only result of "all work," we might console ourselves under the loss of national vivacity, by remembering that it might be imported to any extent from our continental neigh- bours and allies. But something more than diminished intellectual power is the result of over toil and ceaseless occupation, either manual or mental. Man does not live by work alone. Theie is that in man which ought to be developed, and which must be developed, if a nation is to readh true greatness, which neither sweat of brow, nor sweat of brain, by themselves, can educe. Not only is Jack made a dull boy, but is made a useless boy, and wicked boy, and in all probability will become a dissolute and drunken man, if he have not time and means for manly, life invigorating sports. In fact, this subject is national, and national recreations has an important bearing upon the question of destitution and crime. It is no Utopian demand to say that one of (Continued on page 6.)