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Llandudno Pier Co, Ltd, 1 Secretary Mr. SAMUEL B JGHRQ SEASON 1908. The Pier Company's Popular Concerts. Morning ■ 11, Evening &t 745. GRAND ORCHESTRA. Augmented to 40 perfl rmers. Conductor- Mr. Arthur W. Payne, F.R.A.M. For the Extension Concerts commencing on Sunday, Sept. 27th, the Conductor will be Mr. Walter Haigh. Artistes. 18th Grand Special, Sept. 26th— Madame Marchesi, Soprano. September 27th to 30th- Miss Laura Evans, Soprano September 28th— Royal Welsh Ladies Choir. October 1st to 4th— Mr Joseph Cheetham, Tenor October 5th to 8th—Miss M. Constance Wilkinson, Soprano October 9th to llth— Miss Lucy Nuttall, Contralto "Tickets for the Series—First Seats, 6s.; Second Seats, 4s. Weekly Tickets 3s. 6d. and 2s.^6d. Including admission to the Pier. PIER THEATRE VARIETIES, LLANDUDNO. Manager S. HUGHES, Junr. DAILY at 3 and 8 p-m- ROYAL AMERICAN B R Monday next, September 28th,and during the week- Jane Shore. Dr. Cornelus Swash buckler, And 10,000 other Pictures. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SPECIAL TREAT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. Prizes for Boys and Girls Admission, 6d. and Is. Saturday After- noon, 3d. and 2d. ■' The Steamers of the old established Company, The St. George's S.S. Co., Ltd., Will ply (weather and other causes permitting) on one of the most beautiful rivers in Wales, between Deganwy, Conway &Trefriw Please note the name of this Company's steamers- "KING GEORGE," -1 PRINCE GEORGE," and ST GEORGE," and that they start from the St. George's Landing Stages at Deganwy and Conway. Train from Leave Return from Llandudno Deganwy Trefriw. Sailings for Next Week. 28 Monday 10 30 a.m. 10 48 a.m. 1 8 p.m. 29 Tuesday 11 JO a.m. 11 20 a.m. 1 35 p.m. 30 Wednesday. 11 40 „ 11 50, 2 5 „ IThursday 12 30 p.m. 2 45 2 Friday 120 8 2h „ 3Saturday 220 4 20 p.m.f tDoubtful if steamers reach Trefriw. Fare according to distance. FARES-Fore end, Is. Return 2s.; After end, Is. 6d Return 2s. 6d. Children half price For further particulars apply toMessrs. Roberts & Co., Quay, Conway; R. E. Jones Bros., "Weekly News,' Offiee, Conway and Colwyn Bay; The Hotel Belle Vile, Trefriw Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Pen- maenmawr Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy Mr. Tomkinson Indispensible, Colwyn Bay; and at all the principal hotels in the neighbourhood, or to Manager, Captain W. Roberts, Quay, Conway. For the convenience of passengers, Luncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. Special Notiee.—Tickets for these steamers are NOT 30LD at Llandudno and other places, and can only be lad on board the steamers. I Care for your Eyes now. After testing, we supply I Glasses which correct the defects and preserve the sight. Let us make your sight good, easy and safe. V' V V' v- v- v- v FRANK N. MERCER, fsmc Fellow of the Worshipful Guild of Spectacle Makers and Holder of the Guild's Diploma for Proficiency in Sight Testing 101, Mostyq Street, Liaqdudno. AVE YOU NLORNS ? move them in Three Days by using .A6lW3El3ELXC;.AL3Nr pllc:o3?3m Si:J.k. (Ph. J. Form 772) Price 6d. per box. Prepared by iteN. Horniblow M.P.S. ipensing and Photographic Chemist, Queen's Buildings, Llar^dudqo. Telephone No. 104. If you would be graceful learn to skate. HIPPODROME, LLANDUDNO. Entirely re-constructed at a cost of 23000. C. P. CRAWFORD, General Manager. HIGH-CLASS ROLLER SKATING MILITARY BAND. COOLED BY ICE AFTERNOON TEAS. BREEZES. FREE TUITION. PRIVATE GARAGE AMERICAN SODA WATER BAR. THREE SESSIONS DAILY. MORNING SESSION -10-30 to 12-30. Admission Free. Skates Is. AFTERNOON SESSION-2-0 to 5-0. Admission 6d. Skates Is. Ladies ad- mitted Free at Afternoon Session if they purchase a skate ticket. EVENING SESSION-7 30 to 10-30 Admission Is Skates Is. Cloak Room Free at all Sessions. A Season Book good for 30 admissions and 30 skates will be sold for 22. We charge you just the same for the use of skating surface whether you use our skates or your own. Trick and Fancy Skating Every Wednesday and Saturday at 9.30 -l Tea & Refresh merit Rooms AT THE RINK. AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALITY. Chocolates, Cakes and Mineral Waters. ROBERT TWEEDELL, Proprietor. The Llandudno Coachingand Carriage Company, Ltd. I a r I COACH TOURS FROM LLANDUDNO All Coaches start from the St George's and Queen's Hotels. GRAND LOOP TOUR. The Prince of Wales leaves daily at 9-45 a.m. for 56 miles drive. Fare 12s BETTWS-Y-COED—The "Old Times" leaves daily at 10 a.m. Fare 7s. PEN MAENMA WR.-The "Wonder" leaves daily 10 a.m. and 2-30 p.m. Fare 4s COLWYN BAY.-The Express" leaves daily at 10 30 a.m., and 2-30 p.m. Fare 2s. 6d. BODNANT HALL & GARDENS—The "Rocket" leaves every Tuesday and Saturday at 2-30 p.m Fare 4s. ABER-Coaches leave every Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. Fare 5s NEW SHORT LOOP via Talycafn, Monday and Thursday, at 2-30 p,m. Fare 4s. SUPERIOR PRIVATE COACHES, RUBBER- TYRED CARRIAGES, WAGGONETTES, DOG-CARTS, PONY TRAPS, SADDLE HORSES ON HIRE. Booking Office,s-The Coach Office, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Clonmel Street, and at the Pier Gates. Telephone No. 9. X It Rests With You | The return of Wintry Weather means r a return of Coughs, Colds and other } X hard weather troubles. C Security against Pulmonary troubles 2 P ar against serious after-effects can be obtained by regular doses of c J which is a truly palatable combination S X of Refined Cod Liver Oil and Hypo- S c phosphites of Lime and Soda, bound C j together with Carrageen or Irish Moss. J S It is nutritive, stimulating and in- X S vigorating-good for lung and body c building, good for making good the j r ravages of lung troubles. t J In Bottles Is., Zs. de. 3s. 9d. J By prst 1. Bd., 2s, 4d., an 4s. 2d | J. Winter & Co., } £ M.P.S., Dispensing Chemists, s ) MOSTYN ST. & MOSTYN AVENUE, ( X LLANDUDNO. 1 i Telephone—Mostyn Street, 40. Craigydon, 40a. < it -Pl "I -Pl op't Coal Direct from Colliery. REDUCED SUMMER PRICES. The lowest possible SUMMER prices of coal are now ruling. For some years we have urged the advantages of laying in Winter stc-ck at the present season. Those of our clients who have taken this advice have always benefited, and last year saved at least FOUR SHILLINGS PER TON. by purchasing early instead of delaying until August or September. The several recent advances in miners' wages, to- gether with the MENACE OF AN EIGHT HOURS BILL, positively prohibit lower figures being offered than those now quoted. Indeed, on account of the IMMENSE INCREASE; IN FOREIGN EXPORTS OF COAL. we firmly believe prices will rise con- siderably as the season advance. Quota- tions to any Station on application for the CHEAPEST AND BEST COAL IN THE MARKET. Charlbrry Coal and Petroleum Co., 23, HAMILTON ROAD, READING. Telegramg-FUEL, READING. GREETH'AM & SON, AUCTIONEERS, LIVERPOOL & LLANDUDNO GOGARTH YILLA, MAELGWYN RD. Settlement within twenty-four hours of sale END OF SEASON SALE NOW ON. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED. P Hll(ø Of tP ARE ART DEALERS AID ANTIQUARIANS, The Fine Art Galtory, GLODDAETH ST. LLANDUDNO Inspection Invited, Carnarvonshire Education Committee. LLOYD STREET SCHOOL. Evening Classes Session 1908-9. The Education Committee propose establish- ing Evening Classes during the ensuing ses- sion in the following subjects, provided a sufficient number of students are. xegiistered- ARITHMETIC, including MENSURATION, SHORTHAND, BOOKKEEPING, ENGLISH COMPOSITION, WELSH, & DRESSMAKING. Classes meet for two evenings (Monday and Thursday) per week, beginning Thursday, October 1st, 1908, at 7 p.m.. Fee for the whole course 2s. 6d. (returnable to those students who, make 75 per cent. (three fourths) of their attendances. DAVID THOMAS, Assistant Secretary. Education Offices, Carnarvon, Sept. 23rd, 1908. Prince's Theatre, LLANDUDNO. Lessee and Manager J. RITSON T'elephone 94. MONDAY, TUESDAY, AND WEDNES- DAY, Sept. 28th, 29th and 20th— Niobe. Thursday Friday and Saturday, October 1st, 2nd, and 3rd— My Soldier Boy. Box Office at Theatre 10 to 10. Doors open 7-30, Commence at 8. Seats may be booked at Wagstaff's 89, Mostyn Street and all the Principal Hotsls. Prices of Admission. Orchestra Stalls and Dress Circle, 3s Pit Stalls and Side Circle, 2s Balcony Is. 6d Pit, is. Early doors 6d extra. Liverpool and florth Wales Steaxaisliip Co, Regular Daily Sailings. ST. T'UDNO. Daily (Sundays included) at 1 p.m. for Menai Straits, and at 4-40 p.m. for Liverpool. LAST TRIP OF THE SEASON, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th. SNOWDON. Saturday, September 26th, at 9-30 a.m., for Liverpool, due back at 4 30 p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m. for Menai Straits. Return fare, Is. Monday, September 28th, at 11 a.m. for Menai Straits and Carnarvon, due back 5-15 NOTE.—Great Reduction of fares. Menai Straits, Is. 6d. return; Carnarvon, 2s. All information will be supplied at the Pier Gates by Mr Arthur Parton. T'elephone 141. I Natural Beauty I Is more fascinating han that D which depends for its cu rm upon B Carnation I (Bream I is a preparation which will improve H your complexion and keep it in H good condition. Its application calls H for little trouble, it is quite free H from grease, and is quite the nicest H toilet cream you can use. B Price 6d. and 1s. per pot. H Free by post, 7fd and Is. 3d. H Prepared only by ■ Frank N. Mercer |j PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, H j 101, IV)ostyn Si, Llandudno. I Telephone No. 41. H (Bream I is a preparation which will improve H your complexion and keep it in H good condition. Its application calls H for little trouble, it is quite free H from grease, and is quite the nicest H toilet cream you can use. B Price 6d. and 1s. per pot. H Free by post, 7d and Is. 3d. H Prepared only by ■ Frank N. Mercer |j PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, H I 101, Mostyq Si, Llandudno. I Telephone No. 41. H Ii. Madame Astoria, M B I M.S. The M B^I M.S. (Registered) Talented Character Reader, Clairvoyante, Heal th Specialist and Crystal Visionist. B ours, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Can now he consulted at Thompson's Postcard Gallery, South Parade, Llandudno. Parties and At Homes attended. National Incorporated Association for the Reclamation of Destitute, Waif Chil- dren (Dr. Barnardo's Home), Rodeu Villa, Trinity Squara Llandudno Sanatorium and Convalescent Home for Women, Vaughan Street Matron, Miss Finnemore. I Miscellaneous. 1 A Want Ad. brings the World's markets to your home. ALL THE YEAR ROUND.—Lodgings for single young men. Comfortable sitting room, reasonable terms. Trams pass the door.— Apply, "D," "Advertiser" and "Pilot" Office. APARTMENTS.—(Permanent or otherwise). Bath. Terms moderate.—Apply, Ty AildTo, Hill Terrace, Llandudno. BARGAIN.—Gent's Latest Pattern 1908 Coventry Cycle as new, not soiled,, fitted with two latest pattern Crabbe roller lever, rim brakes, ball bearing, free wheel, clincher tyres, plated and enamelled centre wheels, line frame and guards, also complete with all accessories, including plated gas lamp. Cash wanted, lowest e4 2s. 6d. Great Bargain. Approval willingly.—C. House, St. Ma^ge, Pitman Road. Weston-Super-Mare. CANARIES.—For Sale well-bred Norwich Canaries. This year's birds.—Apply, Bron Wendon, Church Walks, Llandudno. COOK GENERAL for private family, another servant kept. Must be bright, steady girl. State age and wage.-Mayfield, 106, Hornby Road, Blackpool. CONSULT MADAME ROSE, from Manches- ter, Genuine Clairvoyante, and Palmist; gives reliable advice on Life's affairs, with special features. Can now be consulted at the Post Card Palace, Lower Mostyn Street, Llandudno. INSURANCE.—Wanted Collector for Small Book in Deganwy, also spare time agent for Llandudno and district.—Apply, J. W. Higham, CreefoTd, St. Mary's Road, Llandudno. INSURANCE MANAGER WANTED.—Manager wanted for Branch of Industrial Assurance Office in South Wales. Applicants 110 have a knowledge of the Welsh language, and to state age, Insurance Record. References and salary expeotecl.-No. 20, "Advertiser" and "Pilot" Office, Llandudno. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her child should use HARRISON'S 'RELIABLE' NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In tins 4i,d. and 9d. Postage 1d.. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad Street, Reading. Agent for Llandudno. —J. Winter, 3, Mostyn Street; Deganwy, H. Roigeir Jones, Chemist. LOST.—Silver-mounted Malacca Cane Walking Stick, near Mostyn Arms Hotel. Finder will be rewarded! on returning same to W. H. Smith and Son, 5, Lower Mostyn Street, Llan- dudno. LLANDUDNO.—To Builders, Investors and Tradesmen. Finely situated Building Site for Sale in Gloddaeth Street, one mlinute from Promenade, adapted for shops. Nominal Ground Rent, renewable Lease.—Apply, A. G. Pugh, Chartered Accountant, Llandudno. LLYS HELEN, CARMEN SYLVA ROAD.— Splendid position, close Trams and sea; 5 Bedrooms, unusual domestic accommodation, well-furnished Lawn. Garden back and front. Rent, £ 40; possession now, or arrangements for later on.—Apply, Rabnett. NORTH PARADE.—Apartment House with all modern improvements to let as a going con- cern. Full particulars on application to Knox, Hassal Dodd and Co., 36, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. TO LET.—Rothbury House, Vaughan Street, Llandudno!. 3 Entertaining Rooms, 12 Bed- rooms, Bathroom, Lift to 2nd floor, usual Kitchens.—Apply, Henderson and Hallmark, Solicitors, Llandudno. TO LET, for Winter, from 1st October, Small Furnished House; low rent.—Apply, Claxton's Music Depot, or Bay View, Tygwyn Road. TO LET FURNISHED, Ftengwecrn House, North Parada WANTED.—Superior General, age 20-25. Plain cooking and cleanliness essential. Good re- ferences. Good wages.—Collier, Beaufort Avenue, Brooklands, Manchester. WANTED.—Unfurnished Rooms or Small House, Craigydion. References exchanged.— M. L., "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. Will the person who picked up letter (address- ed Mrs Linnell, Gorseddfa, Clement Street), near Pier entrance, please post or return at once, as of importance to owner. YOUNG MAN, English, married, educated, resident Llandudno, having small income, seeks employment, any capacity, permanent or otherwise.—Address, W. A., "Pilot" Office, Llandudno, WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE or ROOMS TO LET very moderate for the winter, 2 minutes from promenade.—Apply, P., "Advertiser" ,Office, Llandudn*x WANTED.—General, age 17 to 19.-Apply, The Poplars, Carmen Sylva Road, Llandudno. COMFORT depends upon getting what you want. It does not came without a little trouble, and it requires careful thought. Comfort in living depends upon good value. Good value in food, in clothing, in furniture, in business, not only induces contentment of body, but contentment of mind too; be- cause you know you have had a good bar- gain all round. Take a. little trouble in reading our advertisement columns when you next require anything. We guarantee the value of everything advertised in this paper because we only accept those announcements which we know are genuine. FRON, CHURCH WALKS, LLANDUDNO. Private Boarding and Day School for Girls with class for Little Boys. Individual attention given to backward or delicate children. Principals: THE MISSES MOXON.
LOCAL NOTES. CLERGYMEN AND BUSINESS. Clergymen and ministers of religion gener- ally have for so long been regarded as merely fingerposts directing mankind as to the right path to take on its journey to "that bourne from which no traveller returns" that it will come as a very welcome surprise to find that when they do condescend to think of mundane affairs they are capable of giving sound, sensible advice to those with whom they would fain foregather in the world beyond the' veil. We make no apology therefore for directing the attention of our readers to an article written by the Rev. O. Pendbck Banks, rector of Deal, which we publish in another column, and which was read at a recent gathering of the Llandudno Grocers' Association. THE! CREDIT' SYSTEM. That the clerical writer is alive to the dan- gers of the credit system is very evident, and his appeal for prompt settlement of accounts is a timely -one. There is one, phase of the question, however, which he, has not touched, ,and that is the manner in which the system affects the oonsumer. Under the' credit system bad debts are bound to be made, and these in the long run have to bei made good by the consumer. Tradesmen can not afford to write the account off their books, the margin between cost and selling price being generally a very narrow one. Consequently prices go up, all round, and the wise buyer would do well to steer clear of any business establish- ment giving indiscriminate credit. It is to. be feared! that tradesmen generally do not en- courage cash buyers to the extent they should, and very often it will be found that the man who runs a weekly, monthly or quarterly account (and pays promptly) buys on far better terms than he who pays in cash for every pur- chase, especially if those purchases are small ones. The periodical payer, when settling his account invariably geits a discount which the other but vary seldom receives unless the payment is a comparatively large one. We would commend this suggestion to' our local tradesmen, in the hope that they will take iDJtü consideration how the cash buyer may be placed on an equal footing to the other. SHOPPING OUT OF TOWN. It appeafrs to us that this evil may be toi a ,great extent re-moved' if tradesmen would seek to convince those people who, buy out of town that it is to their interest not to do so. Surely it should not be very difficult to prove tOo any one possessing a little common sense that every sovereign sent out of the community im- poverishes the town to a certain extent, that extent being the difference between the cost price of the-article to the trader and that which he has a reasonable right to charge the consumer as the medium between him or her and the manufacturer. How best to do this would be a very suitable subject for delibera- tion by the tradesmen at their next gathering. LLANDUDNO AND THE COUNTY COUNCIL. We learn that the request made by Llandudno Council that the parade between Vaughan Street and the Little Orme should be taken over by the County Council and, maintained by that authority will be the subject of a local inquiry in the near future. A commission has been appointed to hear evidence in the matter, and the result of the application will in the main depend on the amount of evidence Llan- dudnoi Council is able to bring forward to sup- port their request. Any assistance ratepayers ,can offer should therefore be volunteered forthwith in ordter that no loophole may be allowed through which the County Council may escape the granting of so reasonable a request.
LLANDUDNO NIGHT SCHOOLS.
LLANDUDNO NIGHT SCHOOLS. CLASSES TO BE HELD AT LLOYD STREET SCHOOLS. The Carnarvonshire Education Committee are anxious to develop and improve the nlight schools of the county, and with the view to obtaining best local advice as to the kind of classes required anid to securing the co-opera- t-ion of the local school managers they directed that in each centre, in the, county a general meeting of managers should be called to con- sider the requirements of thei school district in regard to eive,ning schools, and to report to' the Education Committee as to the subjects in which classes should be commenced, and the probable number of students which might be expected). The managers were also asked to recommend the most suitable school in the district for the holding of the classes. It was further desired that the managers of both classes of schools, provided and non-provided school be invited to take part in these delibera- tions. The meeting for the Llandludno area was held on Friday night, having been summoned by Mr D. W. Thomas, the head master of the Lloyd Street Council School. Mr W. H. Jones, the chairman of the Urban District Council, presiided. It was. explained by Mr Thomas that no class- should be begun unless (there were twenty students entered, and that unless 70 per cent, attended the class should be closed. The evening school at Llandudno last year was, however, so successful that 99.9 per e-ent of those entered attended. The Welsh class had to be dropped, however, because it fell below the; prescribed number. On the motion of Mr R. J. Williams it was decided to recommend that the s.chool be held at Lloyd Street, and that the ,subjects should include arithmetic and mensuration, English composition, shorthand, bookkeeping, and dressmaking. THE TEACHING OF WELSH. The question was then discussed as to whether there should be another attempt to get together a Welsh class, and after a long debate a motion to the effect that Welsh he included as a. subject was put and carried by a large majority, the Rector and Mr Conway voting against it, the former explaining that he sup- ported Mr Conway because he hardly thought the subject would be seriously taken up. On the motion of Mr Conway, ,seconded by Mr R. J. Williams, a resolution was unani- mously passed recommending the Education Committee, in the appointment of teachers for the evening classes, to consider the, claims of the teachers of non-provided schools as well as of those of the provided schools.
SEQUEL TO MOTOR COLLISION.
SEQUEL TO MOTOR COLLISION. CONFLICTING EVIDENCE AT CONWAY COUNTY COURT. A motor car collision which occurred arli Sarn Mynach, occupiad the attention of his Honour Judge Moss at Conway County Coutrt on Monday. On June 18th a small motor-car maintained by Messrs Underwood and Brother, con- tractors, for the use of their engineering staff, was proceeding from Rhos, Colwyn Bay, to- wards Glanconwy, when, at Sarn Mynach, whete, the main road joins with that from Con- way and Llandudno, it collidted with a motor charabanc belonging to the Llandudno Motor and Garage Company, Limited. Messrs Under- wod and Brother claimed from the Motox and Garage Company P,23 18s. damages which re- sulted from the accident, and the Company c-ounterclaamed for R,9 8s. from the owners of the car. Dr. Atkinson, instructed by Messrs B-oote and Edgar, of Manchester, appeared fosr Messrs Underwood, and Mr Gordon Hewart, instructed by Messrs Bone and Lucas, of Col- wyn Bay and Llandudno, for the Motor Com- pany. Atkinson said that the parties had agreed as to the amount df the damages claim- ed by either side, and his Honour had only to decide the question of responsibility. The plaintiffs, at the time, were doing certain drainage works near Rhos, and were also lay- ing a water main in the Vale of Conway. The motor used by their engineers was an eight- horse power two-seater, and had a single ,cylinder. The engineers were going from Rhos to Talycafn, and at this dangerous corner the engine was cut off and the sharp curve was ap- proached at four or five miles an hour, and the motor kept very close- to the high wall on the left. Suddenly the charabanc appeared bearing down upon the small motor, and the collision occurred. One of the engineers took careful measurements, and a plhotographer was sent for from Conway to take photographs showing the position of the car before it was moved. This evidence showed that the can- was but a foot from the wall, and that the. rear wheel of the -charabanc was at the point of the .collision 5ft. from the wall. The case-, in fact, turned1 upon who was on the wrong or the right side of the road. The natural tendency of the small oar would be to keep to the left as the curve in the road was to the left, whilst he was afraid it was a natural thing for a driver approaching the curve from the ,other direction to try to cut the corner. On the motor charabanc were 17 persons, the Mayor and Corporation of Morley. On the small car were two engineers and the driver, and some measuring instruments. The witnesses for the plaintiffs were Mr J. R. Crisp and Mr Samuel Heap, the engineer and his assistant. Evidence was given by F. W. Smith, the driver. Mr Hewart then called evidence for the de- fence. Arthur Henry Fry, driver and mechanic, who said he was deriving the charabanc, was first called. He said that he had ten years' experience of driving and had never been summoned for any offenc.e.. On the day in question he was driving the Mayor and Cor- poration of Morley from Barmouth to Chester. He came round the curve- in the centre of the road, very slowly, and the ismall car approach- ed at about 14 miles an hour, too fast to negotiate the turn properly. It ran into the charabanc, collided with his front wheel re- bounded, and plunged forward towards the wall, where it (Stopped. As soon as he saw it he saw he could not altogether pull up, so he turned towards the road to Llandudno, and left plenty -of room for a careful driver to pass between him and the wall. In approaching the curve he kept to the middle of the road because, the vehicle being so heavy, the wheels would have sunk into the trench which had recently been made along the side of the road. The collision bent the spindle of the section of his steering column, which had to. be put right before he could go on. Evidence was given in support of Fry's statement by a member of the Morley Corpora- tion, who took independent measurements. His Honour commented upon the dangerous character of the corner, and in view of the conflicting evidence given by witnesses on both sides entitled toi credence he nonsuited the plaintiffs on the claim and the defendants on the counter-claim, each party to pay their own costs.
NEWCASTLE ELECTION RESULT.
NEWCASTLE ELECTION RESULT. Mr George Renwi-ck (U) 13863 Mr Edward Shortt (L) 11720 Mr Alderman Hartley (S) 2970 Labour majority at the last election in 1906 was 6,927.
MARVELLOUS BOY PIANIST.
MARVELLOUS BOY PIANIST. Master Reggie Paul, the boy pianist, of Ban- gor, who .has been heard at the Pier Pavilion concerts, is earning golden opinions for his marvellous renditions. At the Palace, Douglas- Isle-of-Man, he recently made his first public appearance at "The Palace" concert, and quite captivated his audience. So pleased were Lord and Lady Raglan with the performance that Master Paul was invited to play at a function given at Government House .on the following day.
A B-ANGOR, SLATE! CONTRACT.
A B-ANGOR, SLATE! CONTRACT. A ooriespo-ndient understands that the authorities of the- Bangor University College, in deference to the strong public opinion ex- pressed on the subject, are moving in the direction of bringing about a cancellation of the contract for roofing slates for the new Uni- versity College buildings made with a South Wales firm,. The idea is to make a fresh con- tract with a North Wales quarry. Ross' Prism Binocular Glasses. The Power
and Field of a Telescope in the- compass of an Opera. Glass, A full stock is held by Winter and Co., Chemists and Opticians, who will be glad to show them to you.