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The Llandudno Motor & Garage Co. Ltd. Unique opportunity of seeing and enjoying the Country round and about Llandudno. Visitors to Llandudno should not fail to avail themselves of the following delightful and invigorating- Tours arranged by the Company, and thus afford themselves not only the pleasure of seeing the magnificent Mountain and Lake scenery in No;:r"tih Wales, but also of deriving benefit to their health and enjoyment. 1 New Grand Loop Tour CRICCIETH & PWLHELLI. Via Bettws-y-coed, Capel Curig, Beddge- lert, The Pont ot Aberglaslyn, Traemadoc, toCriccieth and Pwlhelli,returning through Carnarvon, Bangor, and along the Coast. 115 Miles Fare 18 6 Depart 9-15 a.m. Arriving back 6-30 p.m. MONOHY and WEDNESDAY Only. 2 New Grand Loop Tour To LLANGOLLEN. Via Colwyn Bay, Abergele, St. Asaph, Denbigh, and Ruthin, returning via Cor- wen, Pentre Voelas, Llanrwst, and the Conway Valley. 115 Miles Fare 18 6 Depart 9-15 a.m. Arriving back 6 30 p.m. SHTUROaY and MONDTLY Ðnly, 3 ABERGLASLYN LOOP Via Bettws-y-coed Penygwryd, Beddgelert Pass of Aberglaslyn, and Carnarvon. 96 Miles Fare 14/6 Depart 10-15 a.m. Arriving back 6-15 p.m. 3X>-n.aa.s( Daily 4 CORWEN LOOP Via Colwyn Bay, Gwrych Cpstle, Abergele, Denbigh & Ruthin, returning via Pentre Voelas, Bettws-y-coed, and Vale of Conway 96 Miles Fare 14/6 Depart 10-15 a.m. Arriving back 6-15 p.m. 3E5.-«.m.ss Daily 5 DENBIGH & PENTRE VOELAS LOOP Via Colwyn Bay,Abergele, Marble Church, St. Asaph, Denbigh, and over the Moors to Pentre Voelas, ret'ng. via Vale of Conway. 75 Miles Fare 12/6 Depart 10-15 a.m. Arriving back 6-15 p.m. XC>-ul:k)ls X5aa.A3Ly « LLANBERIS LOOP Via Bettws-y-coed, Capel Curig, Penygwryd, Pass of Llanberis, returning through Carnar- von, Bangor, and along the Coast. 76 miles. Fare 12/6 Depart 9-30 a.m. Arriving back 6-30 p.m. Allowing time at Llanberis to ascend Snowdon by Mountain Railway. XSiXuexs dailsr rwi DON'T MIQQ t lwlw THE MOTOR OURS TOURS. 7. BETHESDA LOOP Via Bettws-y-coed, Capel Curig, Nant Fran- con Pass and Penrhyn Castle, returning by the Coast, through Aber. Llanfairfechan, Penmaenmawr and Conway. 56 miles. Fare 10/- Depart 2-15 p.m. Arriving back 6-S0 p,m. Kuns each -A ftex-xxooxs. 8 ABERGELE and LLANRWST LOOP Via Colwyn Bay, Gwrych Castle, Abergele Llanfair, Talhaiarn, Llangerniew and Llan-' rwst, returning through the Vale of Conway 48 miles. Fare 7/6. Depart 9-45 a.m., and 2-30 p.m. Arriving back 1 p.m., and 6 p.m. Special Runs each Morning and Afternoon. 9 MARBLE CHURCH, ST. ASAPH and RHUDDLAN CASTLE LOOP Via Colwyn Bay, stopping 10 minutes at th Marble Church, and also a further 20 minutes at the City of St. Asaph, to allow passengers time to visit the Cathedral. 40 miles. Fare 6/- Depart 9-45 a.m., and 2-30 p.m. Arriving back 1 p.m., and 6 p.m. Special Runs each Morning and Afternoon. For further particulars of the above tours see the Company's Illustrated Guide. SPECIAL TOURS also arranged on application. TICKETS may also be obtained at the Garage. Argyll Road, and the Principal Hotels, Hydros and Boarding Establishments in the Town. To ensure the running of the above Tours the Company will require upon each Motor Coach a complement of 12 or more Passengers THOS. FOSTER, Manager. Telephone No. 55, Llandudno. Telegrams "Garage, Llandudno." PRIVATE MOTOR CARS AND MOTOR COACHES FOR HIRE. Booking; Office, VAUGHAN ST., next to General Post Office. Blairmann's Fine Art Galleries (ESTABLISHED NEARLY A QUARTER OF A CENTURY) Corner of Mostyn & Lloyd Streets, Llandudno. Re HARRISON KENYON, of Manchester. In Bankruptcy Great Sale of the Valuable Contents of the above Estate. Sales each day at 11 a ■in. & 7 p.m.
LOCAL NEWS. ELECTRICITY GENERATED.—No less tian 484,665 units of electricity have been generated up to September 2nd. This is an increase of 257,363 when compared with the corresponding period last year, mainly dne to the con- sumption by the Tramway Company. MAKE OF GAS.—The total make of gas this year has been 33,702,000 cubic feet, an increase of 326,000 as c-ompaa-ed with the corresponding period last year. The make from July 25th to August 29th was 11,067,000, an increase of 258,000 as compared with the similar period last year. INCREASED EXPENDITURE.—The Llan- dudno FinanceC-ommittee having at their last meeting referred back to the Works Committee an account for the supply of lamp pillars for the public convenience at Craigydon, the assistant engineer gave the reason for the in- creased expenditure, and the Committee re- quested him to explain the circumstances to the Finance Committee. EXPENSES OF FIRE BRIGADE DEMON- STRATION.—The Llandudno Finance Com- mittee have had, before them a proposal by the Bye-laws Committee to allow a sum of 30s. to- wards the expenses of members of the Fire Brigade incurred in attending a Fire Brigade Demonstration at Rhyl, on the 3rd instant. In view of a letter received from the Local Gov- ernment Board in relation to the surcharge by the Auditor of a similar sum voted by the Council last year, the Committee felt that they were unable to acquiesce in the proposal, and THE DESTRUCTION OF BOTTLER-At a meeting of the Llandudno Health Committee the Clerk read correspondence with the pro- prietors of bottles which find their way into ashes bins and from thence to the Destructor Works, protesting against the proposal of the Council to destroy all such bottles in the in- terest of public health. The President of the North Wales Bottlers' Trades Protection Society also wrote asking that the question may be allowed to stand over until the end of September, and that the Committee will re- ceive a deputation to discuss the matter. It was resolved that the deputation be received at the next meeting of the Committee. the account presented was therefore not passed. THE COST OF WrATER.—Letters were read from the Secretaries to the Craigside and Nevill Hydrosat a meeting of the Llandudno Water Committee with reference to the: price proposed to be charged per 1,000 gallons for water supplied for other than domestic pur- poses at their respective premises. Considera- tion of the letters was deferred until the special meeting to be held during September as above mentioned. Meanwhile the accountant was asked to prepare, for the information of the Committee, full particulars of the water consumed for other than domestic purposes by some of the largest consumers in the district, together with, the, amount paid by them in respect of such supplies. AFFILIATION ORDER.—At Llandudno Police Court on Monday, before Dr. Dalton and other magistrates, Harriet Gwynne, a domestic servant, sued David Evans, butcher's assistant, Conway, to show cause why he should not contribute to the support of her illegiti- mate child, born in March last.—Mr James J. Marks, M.A., appeared for plaintiff, and Mr Bliss Hill for defendant.—The case had been previously heard at Conway, and the charge dismissed. A new summons was then issued, I and Air James Porter, clerk to the magistrates-, called as a witness, this leading to a little scene between the Bench and Mr Bliss Hill. All witnesses had been ordered out of the room before Mr Marks opened tdiei case, but when he said that Mr Porter was to be called Mr Bliss Hill rase and asked why Mr Porter was allowed to remain in the room.—Mr Marks: Surely you -do not wish the justices, clerk out ?-Mr Bliss Hill: Certainly I do.— Mr Marks: It is a most unusual request to make.-The Chairman: I have- never heard such a request before. Mr Porter remains ir, the room. Mr Bliss Hill rose to make another remark, but the Chairman said they did not want to hear any further remarks and the incident closed—Mr Porter was subsequently .sworn, and gave evd-dence that defendant had admitted the paternity of the child.-Th-e de- fendant having been sworn and denied the allegations and Mr Porter's version of what took place, the magistrates retired.—After their return the Chairman said they had decided to make an order for three shillings a week with costs.
rHE NEW BEEF TEA J"S. Prepared solely from Bef and Vegetable. Makes delicious rich gravies or a cup of strong Beef Tea for a penny. Ask your grocer.
LOCAL INVENTIONS. This information has been specially com- piled for this paper by Messrs Hughes and Young, Patent Agents, 55-56, Chancery Lane, London, W.C., who will give advice and assist- ance free to o-ux readers on all matters relat- ing to Patents, Designs and Trade Marks. 103888. Tents. T. Moore, 15, Alma Street, Newport, Monmouthshire. A tent frame com- prises floor beams, eaves bars supported on poles ridges bars made in sections jointed tc), gether and rafters. The guy ropes are parellel to the wall and are strained by means of cleats, which have bent hooks to keep the por- tions of each rope in line. The roof is erected by raising the ridge bars from the inverted position, to the erect posi- tion, the. Tidge bars being connected with the eaves bars by shackles, engaging rods on the ridge bars. The tent covering is kept in place on the ridge bars by hooked bolts which are enclosed by flagpoles each consisting of two sliding members, one of which is recessed to take the bolts while the other slides down and com- pletely -eneldses it. Bands connect the halve of the flagpole together.. An awning is sup- ported in the centre by a flap hinged- to a bar supported at its inner end on an eaves bar and at its outer end on a bar carried on poles. The flap is kept in a vertical position by ropes connected to an eaves bar.
INCOME TAX ON EARNED INCOMES.
INCOME TAX ON EARNED INCOMES. To the Editor Si.-r,-The forms for making Returns for In- come Tax assessment for the current year are framed in such a way as to have misled many persons as to the, limit for claiming the benefit of the 9d. rate in respect of earned incomes. The forms Nos.. 11 and 11a sent out state that the form must be completed and returned within 21 and 7 days respectively. The fact is however, that the claim to, be assessed at tin loweir rate where the total income does no exceed £ 2,000, can be made at any time no later than September 30th next; but no clain will be considered if made later than that dat( Another point to be remembered is that i' the case of persons engaged in business c any kind who made a loss for the businef year ended next before April 6th, 1908, it is i many cases possible to get the assessment f< the year 1907-8 entirely discharged and tax r paid upon the amount of the loss. This 1IY further have the effect of entrffing an appella: to claim the statutory abatement in respect incomes not exceeding P,700, and in sor cases this may mean the repayment of t whole of the tax paid upon or deducted frc the Income of the- year. The claim to set < a loss must be made before October 6th next it will be too late. Thousands of persons pay income tax grea in excess of their legal liability, more p ticularly those whose incomes are derived fr- Dividends, Rents, Pensions or Interest. shall be happy to advise your readers whet' or not they are entitled to any repayment ul their sending us full particulars of their comes from all sources together with a sta for reply. We are, sir, Yours, etc., THE INCOME-TAX ADJUSTMENT AGENCY, LIMITED. E. MONTAGUE, Se-cretai Poultry, London, E.O. "So you want to marry my daughter? I what are your prospects young man?" "I expect to come into possession of £1 in a short time." "Why, that's just, the amount of my d: ter's fortune." "Yes; that's the ten thousand I mean
BUILDING CERTIFICATES.—Building completion certificates have been granted to Messrs W. and J. Ellis in respect of three houses erected by them at Llwynon Road, and to Mr Henry Hughes in respect of two houses erected by him in St. David's Road. THE DESTRUCTOR CHIMNEY.—The In- spector of Nuisances was requested by the Llandudno Health Committee to take frequent observations of the destructor chimney and re- port monthly to the Committee any undue emission smoke, or nuisance, emanating therfTlom,. A HOUSE WANTED.—At a meeiinf of the Llandudno Health Committee a letter from the Superintendent of Abattoirs was read suggesting that the Council should erect for him a resi- dence on the land adjoining the Abattoirs in order that he may have better supervision over the premises, was referred to Messrs Coun- cillor W. H. Jones, S. Chantrey, and J. 0. Thomas for consideration and report. MARKET RENTS AND TOLLS.—The Col- lector of market rents and tolls has reported that the following sums had been collected by him during the month of August, na:mely:- Rents, P,34 14s. 6d.; tolls. R14 8s. 7d. total, zE49 13s. ld. Theamountcollect.ed during the corresponding month last year was £ 47 lis. 9d. SUMMARY OF PAYMENTS.-At a meeting of the Llandudno Finance Committee pay- ments were passed for the following sums:— General fund, £1315 8s. Od.; water and gas fund, P,2237 Os. lOd. electric light fund. £988 6s. 6d. total, R,4540 15s. 4d. A NEW SEWER.—With reference to The pro- posed new sewer in Bodafon Road, a letter was read .at a meeting of the; Llandudno Works Committee from the Mostyn Estate and a plan shewing the route- of the sewer was submitted to the Committee. In a letter dated 31st August, 1908, the Estate agreed to grant permission for the sewer extension on the following terms, namely: -(1) The route to follow the lines set out on the: plan, (2) Arrangements to be made for entry on the land and the tenant compensated for any damage or loss. (3) The sewer being a public sewer, the Estate and its tenants to be entitled to drain into the same. (4) The Council to pay a rent of Is. per annum until the site of the sewer is absorbed by public streets. (5) The foregoing terms together with any reasonable or necessary conditions to be embodied in a formal agreement if required. After fully discussing and considering the matter it was resolved that the terms offered by the Mostyn Estate be accepted. In connec- tion with the above matter, which is urgent, the Committee decided to carry the work out by direct labour and not by contract. The assistant engineer stated that he would be able to commence the work within seven days from this date.
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I MOSTYN AVENUE. I ABER HOUSE-,Urs Griffiths. BODLONDEB—Mrs Hodgetts. 3. CLARENCE BUILDINGS—Miss H. Hobson. Mr and Mrs Stafford and family, Wigan Mr and Mrs Shaw, Bolton M.rs and Miss Evans, West Kirby CYNLAS-Miss L. Pritchard. Mrs Robinson, Oldham Nui,se) Jones, do Mr P. C. Colton, Birmingham DELAMERE—Miss Shaw. Mrs Shone, Hoy lake Mr and Miss Shone, do Mr and Mrs B. Shone, do Master and Miss Shone, do Mrs and Miss Hall, Quint on Miss Saint, Stoke-on-Trent DENMARK HOUSE-Mrs W. H. Gibbs. EISBERGiHIOLT-Mrs W. Cowles Fellgett. HARLEY HOUSE-MTs Hughes. HEALD HOUSE-Misses Doran and Tipper. HOLME LEA—Mrs Fryer Webb. ISLWIN-Mrs Roberts. Mr and Mrs Cranfield, Edgbaston, Bir'ham Miss Cranfield, do Miss Moritob-o-y, -do Mr and Mrs Crosland, Leeds Mrs Barron, do- Master Jack Barron, Ida. Mr C. Jones, Llandnidim Mr W. R. Smith, Amlwch LAUREL BANK-Mrs J. Jarvis. Mr and Mrs Bre,arley and family, Fielden Park, Manchester LILIAN GROVE—Mrs Allman. LLYS ARTHUR—Mr W. A. Evans. Mr and Mirs R. B. Bell, Southport Miss D, Bell, do Master J. Bell, do PRION HOUSE—Misses Dowle-r and Bennett. Mr and Mrs W. S. Wilkinson, nurse and children, Birmingham. Miss Reata Collins, Sutton Coldfield Miss R. Heaton, do ST. WINIFRED'S—Mrs Blanchette. THE CLOISTERS, Clarence Street-MTs Davies TROTSHILL- 5, WOODVILLE GROVE—Mrs Hughes. 6, WOODVILLE GROVE-MTs Owen. NORTH MADOC STREET. ASH GROVE—Mrs John Roberts. BODHYFRYD-Mrs Parry. Mr and Mrs Hilton, Wolverhampton Mr Charles: Hilton, do Miss Dadsy Hilton, do Mr and Mrs Hargreaves and family, Tyldes- ley, Lanes. DOL HYFRYD-Mrs W. C. Roberts. GOLEU FRYN— Mr, Mrs and Miss Newton, Manchester Mr and Mrs Crosley, do Misses Ciro-sley (2), do Miss Bannister, London Miss Halsey, do Misses Lathan (2), Manchester Mrs and Miss Branes, Liverpool Misses Lathan (2), Bolton Mr and Mrs Leather, Oldham Miss Brogden, Manchester HAZLEDENE—Misses Leslie. SEIRIOL VILL,A-M-rs J. F. Moss. Mr and Mrs Wilkes and neice, Derby Mr Jones, Carnarvon Miss Stythe, do Mr and Mrs Spurr, Batley Mr and Mrs Hamer and neice, Manchester Mr and Mirs Sales, Urmston Mr and Mrs Noel, Manchester ST. MORITZ—Mrs Barber. Mrs Grey, nurse- and children, Derby The Hon. T. Percival Brown, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Taylor THE AVENUE—Mrs Edwards. THE CLIFF- Mr and Mrs Ratcliff and family, Edgbaston Master Jack Ratcliffe, Edgbaston Miss McCready, London Mr and Mrs Dehn, Withington Masters Frank and Harold Dehn, do Mr and Mrs Ford and' family, Camberwell Mr and Mrs Broadbent and family, Oldham Miss Broadbent, Dobcross, near Oldham Miss Dorothy Broadbent, do Mrs Wood, do THE HAVEN-Nurse Jephcott THE PALMS—Mr and Mrs Singleton. Mr and Mrs Lees and family, Oldham Mr E! B-ellhouse, Knutsford Miss Bellhouse, do Mr and Mrs Harrion and fOiily, Betley, Crewe Mr and Mrs Crofts and family, Hale Miss Cowie, do, Mr and Mrs Broadbent, Ashton-under-Lyne Mr and Mrs W. Perry, Levenshulmte Miss Perry and maid, do Mr and Mrs H. Dean, Ashton-Mersey ST. MARY'S ROAD. BEECH GROVE, St.Mary's Road—Mrs J. B- Evans. Mr J. Forrester, Leek BRYN HYFRYD—Mrs G. C. Roberts, Mr and Mrs Kelland, Wolverhampton Miss Kelland, dlo Miss Hilda Kelland, do Mr and Mrs Waller, London Mr and Mrs Colman, do BRYNLLWYD-Mrs Jones. CAMELOT-Mrs J. Owen. GWYNLYS, St. Mary's Road-Mrs Thomas. HAZLEHURST—Mrs Hazlehurst. Mr and Mrs Rudd and child, London Misses Roberts, Chester IVY DENE—Mrs A. Thorn. PLAS MAELOR—Mrs E. Williams. VERONICA—Miss Williams. Miss Harrison, New Pale, Manley Mr Gemmele, do TRINITY SQUARE. EIVION VILLA—Mrs J. Davies. Miss Nilde, Denton Miss E. Nilde, do Mr Cecil Nilde, do Miss Oldham, Burton-on-Trant Mrs and Miss Blomley, Oldtham Miss Milne, do Mr and Mrs Wall, Walsall HILL VIEW VILLA—Mrs R. Williams. OAKHURST-Misses Harrison. Mrs, Master and Miss Dunn, Birmingham Mr Alfred Hammond, Prestwich, Man'ter Mrs Hammond, d o Miss Hammond, Prestwioh, Manchester Miss Jessie Hammond, do Miss F. C. Harrison, Crumpsall, Man'ter Mr J.. W. Pillitt, do Mrs and Miss Pollitit, do Masters Eddie and Noel Pollitt, do TRINITY VILLA- TRINITY STREET. BIRKDALE-Misses Lawton. Mr and Mrs Howell, Wellington Misses Howell, do Mr and Mrs Affleck, King's Lynn Miss Durrad, Eccleshall Mr and Mrs Hargreaves, do Misses Hargreaves, do Miss Buers, Ludlow Mr H-undhammer, Parkstone Mr Russell Cox, Rugby BRONWEN HOUSE—Miss Helstrip. Mr and Mrs Jones, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Smith and son, Leeds Mr and Mrs Jester, London Mr and Mrs Price, ManiiChester CHESTERFIELD HOUSE- Mr and Mrs Lindley and family, Batley Misses Frizzer Mr and Mrs Orme and family, Chester Mrs Marson and friend, Liverpool DOVEDALE-Mrs W. Davis. Miss Wreaks, Sheffield Miss Milnes, do Mr and Mrs Dresser and daughter, Leeds THE ELMS—Mrs Roberts. Mrs and Miss Andrews, Bolton Mr and Mrs Monday, Leicester Mr and Mrs Gregson and baby, Derby Miss Gregson, Derby Mrs Evans, Manchester Master W. Evans, do Mr and Mrs Royle, Llandudno Miss Taylor, Birmingham Miss Harris, do WHITEFIELD—Mr Thomas Hughes. TUDNO STREET. MELBOURNE-Mrs Higginbottom. Mr and Mrs Andrews, Dukinfield Mrs and Miss Middleton, Southport Mr S. Mid-dleton, do Miss Thomas, Domingo Vale 6, TUDNO STREET—Miss Wood. 10. TU DNO STREET—Mrs T. R. Jones. VAUGHAN STREET. EGERTON HOUSE—Mrs Batchelor. Mr and Mrs Jackson and baby, Leicester Miss Jackson, do Miss Payne, do Mr and Mrs Porter, Manchester Misses Porter, do Miss R-edfexn, Southpo-rt ELGIN HOUSE—Mrs Jennings. Mr and Mrs Esturge and family, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Harrison, family and maid, With'ington Mrs Brinly, Manchester Misses Brierley, L-ongsight Mr J. Brierley, Manchester Mr Rees and son, St. George's Salop Mr and Mrs Shaw, Huddersfield Miss Shaw, do I Mr and Mrs Lancater, Bradford Mr and Mrs Slackpool, Bolton Miss Ne-vitt, do Rev. A. E. Brown, Stretton Mrs Brown and family, do GLENDALOUGH—Mrs G. Evans. Mr and Mrs Brown, Nottingham Mr and Mrs Harbome, Grimsby Mr and Mrs Greenwood, Heckmondwike Mr and Mrs Nightingale, Ashton-upon-Mersey Misses Ford, Blyth Bridge Mr and Mrs Griffin, Hands worth, Bir'ham SEA VIEW-Mrs Roberts. ST. IVES-MIs Elliott. Mr and Mrs Lowe, Leeds Mr and Mrs Waller, Luton Messrs J. and F. Waller, do Mrs and Miss Parkin, Bradford Mrs and Miss I-lawkes, Birmingham Missess R-owlandson, Kirby Stephen Messrs Armstead, Sheffield TORONTO HOUSE—-Mrs R. White. Mr and Mrs Longhair, nurse and children, Dublin Mr Simpson, Birmingham Nurse Williams and child, do Mrs Thirle,y, Tunbridge Wells Miss Hingbury, London Mr A. R. Patterson, Liverpool Mr Dunning and friend, Cheshire Mr Upton and friend, Manchester Mr T. Edwards, London Miss N-ewholm, do VAUGHAN HOUSE—Miss Micalli. LONDON HOUSE—Miss Roberts. Mr and Miss Shacklock, Chester Mr Douglas Young, London VICTORIA VILLA—Miss Green. Mr and Mrs Kingsford, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Townsend, English Frankto-n, Salop Misses Townsend (3), do >—