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PIER THEATRE I VARIETIES, LLANDUBNO. I Manager S. HUGHES, Junr. It.* I DAILY at 3 and t's P..m. I ROYAL AMERICAN I US I O C3 C2) I Monday next, October 5th,and during the I week- I Baby's Playmate. I Motherly Pram. I Depilatory Powder. I And 10,000 other Pictures. I SATURDAY AFTERNOON, I SPECIAL TREAT- FOR SCijOOl CHILDREN. H Prizes for Boys and Girls I Admission, 6d. and Is. Saturday After- I noon, 3d. and 2d. ■ *■' JYifi¡t_ I Care for your I I Eyes now. I I After testing, we supply 11 I Glasses which correct the I defects and preserve the g8 I sight. Let us make your Bg I sight good, easy and safe. as V" v V' V' V' I FRANK N. MERGER, F.S.M.C ■ Fellow of the Worshipful Guild of Spectacle ■ Makers and Holder of the Guild's Diploma ■ for Proficiency in Sight Testing I 101, Mostyq Street, Llandudno, I HAVE YOJKORNS ? I lemove them in Three Days by I using I -A-MHEHBtXC-A-lXr I Dora. Silk I (Ph. J. Form 772) I Price 6d. per box. H i Prepared by I riate N. Horniblow I M.P.S. I Dispensing and Photographic I Chemist, I 4, Queen's Buildings, Llaqdudqo. I Telephone No. 104. ■ -ah Nicol Memorial Hospital, Trinitj ■ Street,. Hon. secretarv. Miss Felton ■ fal National Lifeboat Instituton ■ Branch Hon. Secretary, Rev. Join ■ Raymond. If you would be graceful learn to skate. HIPPODROME, LLANDUDNO. Entirely re-constructed at a cost of 93000. C. P. CRAWFORD, General Manager. HIGH-CLASS ROLLER SKA TING 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 = Tea & Refreshment Rooms AT THE RINK. AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALITY. Chocolates, Cakes and Mineral Waters. ROBERT TWEEDELL, Proprietor. The Llandudno Coachingand Carriage Company, Ltd. rgi COACH TOURS FROM LLANDUDNO All Coaches start from the St George's and J 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. PENMAENMA 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 r Thursday, at 2-30 p,m. Fare 4s. SUPERIOR PRIVATE COACHES, RUBBER- TYRED CARRIAGES, WAGGONETTES, DOG-CARTS, PONY TRAPS, SADDLE HORSES ON HIRE. Booking Offices—The Coach Office, Queen's Hotel Gardens, Clonmel Street, and at the Pier Gates. Telephone No. 9. ( It Rests With You The return of Wintry Weather means c c a return of Coughs, Colds and other hard weather troubles. r Security against Pulmonary troubles P ar against serious after-effects can be > obtained by regular doses of v AIM j which is a truly palatable combination c of Refined Cod Liver Oil and Hypo- J £ phosphites of Lime and Soda, bound T J together with Carrageen or Irish Moss. < H It is nutritive, stimulating and in- J vigorating—good for lung and body C building, good for making good the j < ravages of lung troubles. l 3 In Bottles Is., Zs. <&. 3s. 9d. s By prst 1. 3d., 2s 4d., an 4s. 2d. J ) J. Winter & Co., ) M.P.S., Dispensing Chemists, i MOSTYN ST. & MOSTYN AVENUE' LLANDUDNO. A Telephone—Mostyn Street, 40. £ Craigydon, 40a. NO C REDID. NO DISCOUNT. NO AGENTS. Such Terms enable anyone to bn the BEST and the CHEAPEST Black Diamonds AT ROOK BOTTOM PRICES, As Agents' Commission and the margin for bad debts which must inevitably be charged by all firms giving credit are saved. The Charbury Coal Co.'s HOUSEHOLD BLOCK COAL, VERY HOT BURNING, MAKES NO CINDER, is supplied DIRECT FROM THE MINES Carriage Paid in truck loads of 6 to 10 tons to LLANDUDNO Station at, 17/3 per ton. As the Market may advance any moment, Orders should be sent at once to secure this low figure. White Crystal Petroleum 120 deg. fire test, 7d. per gallon, carriage paid,n about 40 gallon returnable casks. Charlbrry Coal and Petroleum Co., 23, HAMILTON ROAD, READING. Telegrams-FUEL, READING. GREETHAM & 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 Of LIVERPOOL, tP FINE ART DEALERS AND ANTIQUARIANS, The Fine Art Gallery, GLODDAETH ST. LLANDUDNO Inspection Invited, r~ 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 axe, registered: — 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 Telephone 94. MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNES- DAY, Oct- 5th, 6th and 7th— THE LOVE OF A WOMAN. 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. _4_ B Natural Beauty S Is more fascinating than that If which depends for its charm upon (3 art. Carnation J 1 is a preparation which will improve || your complexion and keep it in || good condition. Itsapplication calls H for little trouble, it is quite free 9 from grease, and is quite the nicest H toilet cream you can use. li Price 6d. and Is. per pot. | Free by post, ^d. and Is. 3d. ■ 2 Prepared only by H Frank N. Mercer I PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST, fj| 101, Nlcstyij Si, Llandudno. B Telephone No. 41. ■ !r<!it1l< l HIGH GLASS GROCERY, PROVISIONS & BAKERY ESTABLISHMENTS. H. & J. OWEN, The Up-to-Date Grocers, LLANDUDNO, DEGANWY & fPENRHYNSIDE. I -:0:- COME ONCE- that's all we ask. The Quality of the Groceries you buy will draw you back again. Telephones: 21, Llandudno. 16, Conway. LLANDUDNO HYDROPATHIC NEVILL CRESCENT. ESTABLISHED 1860. Registered for Telegrams,— "TJ|E HYDRO. TURKISH and other Baths OPEN TO VISITORS FROM 7 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS). WiNTER TARRIFF, including Tunrish Russian and Warm Baths, 8s. per day. Llandudno Sanatorium and Convalescent Home for Women, Vaughan Street. Matron, Miss Finnemore. National Incorporated Association for the Reclamation of Destitute, Waif Chil- dren (Dr. Barnardo's Home), Roden Villa, Trinity Square. £ ANDSOWNE JJOUSE SCHOOL AND K INDERGARTEN, ABBEY ROAD, LLANDUDNO. Principal, Miss Raw. Successor to Misses Matthews and Standring Prospectuses on Application 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. MR. CHARLES T. DEE,F.R,C.O. (Organist, Holy Trinity Church), Receives Pupils for Organ, Piano, Harmony and Counterpoint. BRONWENDON, ROUMANIA CRESCENT, CRAIG-Y-DON. -.J Craigside Hydro, 5 LLANDUDNO CHARMING RESIDENCE. LUXURIOUS BATHS Turkish, Russian, and Electric). TENNIS. Golf Links near. Evening Entertainments RALPH E- MUNRO, Manager. LLANDUDNO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Private Street Improvement: Back Caroline Street (between Caroline Street and St. Mary's Road) and Back Cross Road (between Caroline Street and St. Mary's Road. TO CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council intend to enter into a Con- tract for the carrying out of certain works of Road Construction, Drainage, Light- ing, etc. in Back Caroline Street (between Caroline Street and St. Mary's Road) and Back Gross Road (between Caroline Street and St. Mary's Road) Llandudno, and they hereby invite Tenders for the carry- ing out of such work. Plan and Specification may be seen and Quantities and Form of Tender obtained, with all other particulars1, upon applica- tion at the Office of Mr E. Paley Stephen- son, Engineer and Surveyor to the Coun- cil; Town Hall., Llandudno. 'The Cbuncil do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Tenders endorsed "Private Streets" to be sent in to the undersigned, on or be- fore Wednesday the 7th day of October, 1908. (Signed) ALFRED CONOLLY, Clerk to the Council. Town Hall, Llandudno. 29th September, 1908. APOLOGY. To Messrs. Woodall Minshall Thomas and Co., Proprietors of the Gossiping Guide to Wales, Oswestry and Wrexham. I EVAN WILLIAMS! of Market Place, Bangor, North Wales, Printer, express my regret that I have, inadvertently printed in a guide book published by me an article expressly contributed to The Gossiping Guide to Wales without your permission and without any acknowledge- ment AND I undertake (1) To at once withdraw from sale or circulation all copies of my guide containing such article and (2) To abstain in future from pub- lishing any extracts from the Gos- siping Guide to Wales or any other publication belonging to you with- out your express written permission (3) You to be at liberty to publish this apology at my expense And I agree tio, pay your costs in the. matter. Dated this 23rd day of Sept. 1908 EVAN WILLIAMS. Miscellaneous. A Want Ad. brings the World's markets to your home. APARTMENTS TO LET, Craigydon, for lady and gentleman, or two friends. Beautifully situated. Near tram. Private family.—Address, L.G.SL, "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. Consult Madame Rose, from Manches- ter, Genuine Clairvoyante and Palmist. Gives reliable advice on Life's affairs, with special features. Can now be con- sulted at Thompson's Post Card Gallery, South Parade, Llandudno. CANARIES.—For Sale well-bred Norwich Canaries. This year's birds.—Apply, Bron Wendon, Church Walks, Llandudno. EXPEIRIENCED MAID wanted at once, I private house, Llandudno; family two. East View, Great Orme's Road, near tram terminus, Conway Shore. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother who values the Health and Clean- liness of her child should use HAR- RISON'S 'RELIABLE!' NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strength- ens the Hair. In tins 4d. and 9d. 2 Postage Id. Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for Llandudno:—J. Winter, 3, Mostyn Street; Deganwy, H. Rogers Jones. ALL THE YEAR ROUND.—Liodlgings fox single young men. Comfortable sitting room, reasonable terms. Ttrams pass the door.— Apply, "D," "Advertiser" and "Pilot" Office.. APARTMENTS.—(Permanent oar otherwise). Bath. Terms moderate.-Apply, Ty Aildro, 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 £4 2s. 6d. Great Bargain. Approval willingly.—C. House, St. Madge, Pitman Road, Weston-Super-Mare. INS URANCIE.-AVante,d Collector for Small Book in Deganwy, allsoO spare time agent for Llandudno and district.—Apply, J. W. Higham, Creeford, St. Mary's Road, Llandudno. INSURANCE MANAGER WANTED.—Manager wanted for Branch of Industrial Assurance Office in South Waleis. Applicants to have a knowledge of the Welsh language, and to state age, Insurance Record. References and salary expected.—No. 20, "Advertiser" and "Pilot" Office, Llandudno. 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. YOUNG MAN, English, married, educated, resident Llandudno, having small income, seeks employment, any capacity, permanent or otherwise.—Address, W. A., "Pilot" Office, Llandudno, LLANDUDNO.-To, Builders, Investors and Tradesmen. Finely situated Building Site for Sale in Gloddaeth Street, one minute from Promenade, adapted for shops. Nominal Ground Rent, renewable Lease.—Apply, A. G. Pugh, Chartered Accountant, 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, Ptengwern House, Nonth Parade. WANTED.—Superior General, age 20-25. Plain cooking and cleanliness essential. Good re- ferences. Good wages.—Collier, Beaufort Avenue, Brooklands, Manchester. 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. WELL-FURNISHED HOUSE or ROOMS TO LET very moderate for the winter, 2 minutes from promenade.—Apply, P., "Advertiser" ,Office, LlandudniO,. WANTED.—General, age 17 to 19.—Apply, The Poplars, Carmen Sylva, Road, Llandudno. Carnarvonshire Education Committee. LLANDUDNO ART CLASSES Session 1908-9. Registered under Board of Education and Board of Examinrution for Eiducational Handwork. TIME: TABLE;. MONDAYS, to 9 p.m., Freehand, Model Light and Shade, Brushwork and Design Painting. WEDNESDAYS, 7 to 9 p.m., Geometrical and Mechanical drawing, Cardboard modelling. THURSDAYS, 7 to 9 p.m., Woodcarving3 Metal repoussee, etc. FRIDAYS, 7 to 9 p.m., Cilay modelling, Freehand Model Light and Shade Life Class. FEES, 2s. 6d. per subject for the entire session, October to May. The fees will be return- ed in full to all students making 75 per cent of the registered atendances. For any further information apply at the, Mostyn Art Gallery. J. HANMER HUTCHINGS, Headmaster. COMING EVENTS. Oct. 28.-Welsh Baptists' Annual Sale of Work. Nov. 3rd and 4th.—Annual Preaching Services at the Tabernacle. Nov. 12th to 23rd.—Annual Temperance Mis- sion at the Town Hall. Nov. II.-Caersalem Mission Annual Public Tea and Cantata at the Town Hall. The preacher was eloquent, the congrega- tion patient, and the discourse very long. A stranger entered and took a seat in a back pew. Presently he whiispered to the man, at his side, evidently one of the old members: "How long has he been preaching?" "Thirty or forty years, I think," answered the elderly man. "I don't know exactly." "I'll stay, then," said the stranger. "He must be nearly done."
PIER PAVILION CONCERTS. "AND NOBODY CAN DENY." What little nerve Mr Payne may have had left, on Saturday evening last, when he advanced from the artistes' room to, commence the concert, stood a chance of being completely shattered by the ovation with which he was greeted by the audience and then, to crown all, the orchestra struck up "For he's a jolly good fellow." It was the last, straw, and dur- ing the whole of Mr Payne's musical career, either as leader or conductor, he has never had a more trying five minutes. He managed somehow to wheel round just at the exact moment and stay any cheering that might, have been attempted. Prior to Mr Payne's arrival several baskets of fruit, and flowers had been placed upon the grand piano, by Mr Owen, the caretaker of the Pavilion, sent by friends and admirers of the highly esteem- 19 ed and popular conductor; indeed the Pier Company never have had a more popular wielder of the baton, or one so highly respected by all classes of the com- munity. This was clearly evidenced on Saturday, when on all sides was heard the oft-repeated query, "Don't you feel sorry Mr Payne's going?" The 'concert was full of what would have been highly enjoyable items, under less depressing condit,ions) but throughout the evening lit wais impossible to get away from the fact that it was the last appear- ance of Mr Payne this season, and the majority present were feeling it, keenly. •K AU REVOIR. When Mr Payne faced the audience to- wards the conclusion of the concert he was enthusiastically cheered for several moments. Silence having been at length restored he said: "Lladies and gentle- men,—It is my usual custom at; the end of each season to say a, few words to you be- fore leaving. On this occasion it gives me special pleasure to do, so, because I have not the slightest doubt that the con- certs have been very highly appreciated. -(Applause.) We have played at least 1,500 different pieces of music, some of them many times, and we have introduced more than 80 new pieces this year2 and I hope to further increase my repertoire in the future.—(Applause.) "I claim there is more good music heard during the summer months at Llan- dudno than any other place in the United Kingdom.—(Applause.) The programmes have been kept up to a very high standard, which I have arranged accord- ing to the general tone of the requests re- ceived. I have been eight, years trying to kill the "Clake Walk," and I believe I have succeeded at, last-,(Ia,-Lighter)-for not one has been asked for this season, for which I am truly grateful. Each Thursday evening has been devoted to classical music, and I am glad to say that we invariably had large audiences, which justifies me in continuing these Thursday concerts of the best music.—(Applause.) "I find that the overture to "Tann- hauser" i,s still first on the list of "re- quests," followed very closely by Mr J. H Fbulds' new suite, "Holiday Sketches." Within the last seven weeks the number of letters received was 42 for "lannhauser" and 37 for Mr Foulds' work.—(Applause.) I am very proud, of course, of the fact that a member of the JPier Pavilion Orchestra was held so higlhy in the esti- mation of the audiences as. a, composer, and I would just like to whisper to Mir F'oulds that I hope to be instrumental in having it performed shortly at very im- portant concert in London.—(Prolonged applause.) Although I am leaving, the concerts will he continued until October llth, under the direction of my friend, Mr Walter Ha%h.—(Applause.) Many of the principal members of the orchestra. are remaining, which is of course a, sufficient guarantee that the prestige of the con- certs will be kept up. "The artistes engaged for this extension series are From September 2,7th to 30th, Miss Laura, Evans; October 1st to 4th, Mr Joseph Cheetham; 5th to 8th, Miss Constance Wilkinson; and last but not least, from October 9th to llth, Miss Lucy Nuttall.—(Applause.) As it is very evident, tha,t the members of the- orchestra are running a great, risk I will ask you to show your appreciation of their work by attending in large numbers. "I ha,ve very little more to say except to thank you for your appreciation, and to express the hope that, we may all meet here, in the best, of health, for many years to come. Au revoir."—(Prolonged ap- plause.) 1 EIGHTEENTH GRAND SPECIAL. The programme at this concert was an exceptionally heavy one, and the numerous encores made the hour of closing con- siderably later than usual. MADAME BLANCHE MARCHESI. Madame M'archesi was warmly received, and sang Alabieff's "Nightingale" most acceptably, and for an encore the ever popular "Cuickoo Song." Saint Saen's ballade, "La Fiancee du Timbalier" and Clarke's "A Birthday Song" were the other songs set down. For the final encore song she sang "Home Sweet Home, MR,. ARTHUR PAYNE, Violin Solo. It is doubtful if Mr Payne ever attempt- ed to play a violin solo under more ner- vous conditions. The effect of the ova- tion meted out, to him had by no means subsided, and the further outburst of ap- plause which greeted him was not cal- culated to steady his nerves. He, played Godard's Berceuse, "Angels Guard Thee" (by request) and being awarded a, terrific recall Mr Payne complied with "0 Star of Eve." » MR J. H. FOULDS (Composer). Mr Foulds' Suite D'orchestra, "Holiday Sketches," to which Mr Payne referred in