-? I V It Rests With You s The return of Wintry Weather means c J a return of Coughs, Colds and other j s hard weather troubles. X < Security against Pulmonary troubles A f or against serious after-effects can be j 1 obtained by regular doses of s > which is a truly palatable combination c of Refined Cod Liver Oil and Hypo- 7 c phosphites of Lime and Soda, hound > ? together with Carrageen or Irish Moss. J > It is nutritive, stimulating and in- J vigorating—good for lung and body building, good for making good the J c ravages of lung troubles. I In Bottles Is.. Zs. dc. 3s. 9d. < By pest 1?. Bd., 2s. 4d., an-' 4s. 2d J | J. Winter & Co., £ M.P.S., Dispensing Chemists, y 5 MOSTYN ST. & MOSTYN AVENUE < LLANDUDNO. i X Telephone—Mostyn Street, 40. I £ Craigydon, 40a. < L ANDSOWNE JGOUSE SCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN, 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. LLANDUDNO HYDROPATHIC NEVILL CRESCENT. ESTABLISHED 1860. Registered for Telegrams, TqE HYDO. TURKISH and other Baths OPEN TO VISITORS FROM 7 A.M. TO 6 P.M. DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS). WINTER TARRIFF, including Turkish ussian and Warm Baths, 8s. per day. Craigside Hydro, LLANDUDNO CHARMING RESIDENCE. TO LUXURIOUS BATHS Turkish, Russian, and Electric). TENNIS. Golf Links near. Evening Entertainments RALPH E. MUNRO, Manager. CLARENCE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, N.W. Central Position. Near to Golf Links; one minute to Pier and Esplanade. Sheltered Situation. Electric Light. Table d' Hote. Separate Tables. Smoking, Writ- ing, Lounge, and Billiard Rooms. Hotel Omnibus meets all Trains. Coach calls daily. Garage Free. Telephone No. 285. Telegrams, Clarence, Llandudno Tariff-Address PROPRIETOR. HAVE YOU CORNS ? REMOVE THEM IN THREE DAYS BY USING AMUBIC Corn Sills:, Ph. J., Form 772. Price 6d. per box. Kate N. Horniblow M.P.S. Dispensing and Photographic Chemist, 4, Queen's Buildings, Llandudno. Telephone No. 104. SUPERIOR, APARTMENTS TO LET. —Bath, electric light throughout, sunny and sheltered. Long or short periods. Moderate winter terms.—Bron Wylfa., Abbey Road. American Roller Rink, IODROME, Llandudno. C. P. CRAWFORD, Managing Director. §HIGH- CLASS ROLLER SKATING USED EXCLUSIVELY Will Re-open for the Season on Monday, April 5th. MR. CHARLES T. DEE,F.R.C.O. (Organist, Holy TriniLy Church), Receives Pupils for Organ, Piano, Harmony and Counterpoint. BRONWENDON, ROUMANIA CRESCENT, CRAIG-Y-DON. '-A#' Dissolution of Partnership. 72, MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO. Important to Drapers, Ladies' Outfitters, Tailors and Others. MR. T W. GRIFFITH Is instructed, owing to Dissolution of Partnership, to Sell by Public Auction on TUESDAY, MARCH 30th, 1909, a large and Important, Assemblage of very Valuable Draper's and Outfitter's SHOP FITTINGS Briefly comprising some expensive carpets and squares in hand-made Persian, Axminster and in 5-frame Brussels, excel- lent Axminster hearthrugs, English-made timepiece with two dials in mahogany case, 8 brilliant mirrors in various lengths and widths, patent Vacuum carpet cleaner (new), mahogany top counters, gas heating stoves, treadle sewing machine by Singer, valuable and well-preserved counter in mahogany with 7 deep drawers and extensive mirror surmounting to back, 12ft. long; magnificent dress and mantel showcase made specially to order, in solid mahogany with sliding glass door on brass rollers and four deep drawers underneath, 10ft. wide by 9ft. high; couches, chairs and tables, a very useful corner shop and cashier's desk in mahogany, Kensington carpet squares, wardrobe with hand-painted panelling, etc. On view, Monday, March 29th, from 1 to 4 p.m. Sale to commence at 1 p.m. prompt. For further particulars see catalogues to be had at, the Auctioneer's Offices, Town Hall Chambers, LJandudno. Preliminary Notice. SYENE, GREAT OR,ME'S ROAD, WEST SHORE Llandudno. MR. T. W. GRIFFITH Is instructed by J. Lloyd Jones, Esq., who is leaving Llandudno, to Sell by Public Auction in and. upon the above premises on MONDAY, APRIL 5th, 1909, and following day if necessary, the whole of the Exceptionally Valuable and Rare Antique FURNITURE In richly carved black oak, a valuable and well-preserved Owpbwrcld Tridarn, Grand- father's Clock, genuine old Crown Derby China, old Welsh Spinning Wheel, all brass Coal Vase, French Ormolu Gilt Table with Onyx top, an old Dutch Cabinet with carved panels, a Damascus Corner Oahinet, inlaid with Mother of Pearl, Valuable Sheffield Plate on Copper, valuable and R.are Oil Paintings by eminent artists, together with a numerous assemblage of modern and Superior House- hold Appointments appertaining to a, Pri- vate Residence. On view, Saturday, April 3rd, from 1 to b p Ill. For further particulars see descriptive Catalogues, to be had of the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Llandudno. Re ISAAC! DA VIES, Deceased. All persons having claims or demands against the Estate of the late Mr Isaae Davies, Biasford House, Augusta Street, who died on 9th day of March, 1909, are requested to send particulars forthwith to THE EXECUTORS, Basford House, Llandudno. IN MEMORIAM. I In loving remembrance of ANNIE: TENNYSON SMITH, who was call- ed home on March 27th, 1906. Laid to rest in Sit. Tudno's Cemetery, Llan- dudno. "Till the morning breaks and the shadows flee away." HIDDEN GOLD. There is plenty of money about if you know where to find it. It is just as hard to save money, though. If you want a, servant, or apartments, don't waste time and money looking for them when you can get what you want by inserting a small advertise- ment in our columns.
LLANDUDNO URSAN DISTRICT ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE WESTERN WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen^ I must earnestly thank you for the confidence reposed in me by renewing my term of office as your Representative on the Llandudno Urban District Council, without a contest. This proof of your trust, I highly appreciate, and can assure you that I will endeavour during; the next three years, as in the past, to do my utmost to guard your interests and pro- mote the. welfare of the Western Ward and the town generally. Yours faithfully, HUGH! EDWARDS. March 26th, 1909.
LLANDUDNO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE WESTERN WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen, Allow me to take the, earliest oppor- tunity of tendering to you my heartiest thanks for the confidence I feel you would have bestowed upon me had the occasion requited. I shall endeavour in the future, as I ha,ve tried with all sincerity in the past, to guard your best interests and promote the prosperity of this my native town. Believe me, Yours faithfully, WM. THOMAS. White House, Llandudno. March 26th, 1909. f^WWW,'W"'W"WW"WW,'WW^
LLANDUDNO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION, 1909. TO THE, ELECTORS OF THE CENTRAL WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen, NOMINATION. I am emboldened to accept the nom- ination for a seat on the above Council by the fact that I feel that I know as well as most men what, are the requirements of our town to keep it in the front rank as a pleasure, resort. T.I.A. My knowledge has been gained by 14 years' careful work on the Town Improver- ment Association. EXTENSION CONCERTS. Helped by a body of good workers, we have brought to a successful financial issue a scheme to run Extension Concerts a,t, the Pavilion to the end of October this year. I am etonfident that future seasons may be still further prolonged. There is much good work waiting to be carried out in this direction, and I pledge myself if you return me to lose no tirnei or oppor- tunity in pushing; forward all schemes tending to extend, our season. SUNDAY TRAMS. Should the question of Sunday Trams arise, in my opinJion no action should be taken until there has been a, poill of the ratepayers upon the subject. PERSONAL. My vote at all times will be unbiassed by either creed or Politics. Yours faithfully, W. ARNOLD. The Causeway, Deganwy Street, Llandudno. l'W'WW"'WW,'W"i'W,'WW"W,'WW
LLANDUDNO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE! ELECTORS. OF THE: CENTRAL WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen, After three years of faithful service on the Urban District Council, I have, been asked, by an influential and repre- sentative body of Ratepayers in the Ward, to again offer myself as a, Candidate, and to this request I have acceded. I claim to have striven to justify the confidence you then placed in me, and have every reason to believe my services have been appreciated. ECONOMY. As showing the part I have played, in economy^ I claim to have, been the means of having-saved a considerable amount of money to the Ratepayers in connection with the repairs at Llyn Dulyn Embank- ment. Last year we adopted the Free Libraries Act, and took over the old premises, levying a, Id. rate for the maintenance of same without any advance, on the rates. LIGHTING. At my request many new incandescent lamps have been substituted for old ones in our front and back streets, thereby caupsing the streets to be beter lighted at a less cost.. After serving on the Bye-laws Committee for two years, I was elected: Chairman of the same, and claim to have performed my duty on that Committee without bias. During my three years, I have been one of the strongest supporters in providing work for the working men of the town dur- ing the winter months; namely, the exten- sion of the 15-inch water main from Vaughan Street to Llanrhos one winter, and from Llanrhos to Llandudno Junc- tion the following winter, being convinced that all work of a similar nature should be carried out by the Council during the winter months, namely, between October and March. With full confidence, I leave the result in your hands, and if again returned, you shall have, as in the past, the best ser- t vices I can render you. » I am, Your obedient servant, THOMAS SMITH. Victoria Restaurant, Llandudno.
-"W- LLANDUDNO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL, ELECTION, 1909. TO THE ELECTORS! OF THE CENTRAL WARD. Dear Sir or Madam, I have the honour to inform you that it is my intention to seek: re-election as a representative of the above Ward. I respectfully beg to, remind you that it has been my privilege to serve you for nearly 15 years in that capacity. During that period I think I may say that I have en- deavoured to promote a sound and pro- gressive administration of the Town's affairs, and I sincerely trust, I shall con- tinue to enjoy that confidence which you have accorded me in the past. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours faithfully 2- J. O. THOMAS. West Lynn, Charlton Street, March 26th, 1909.
LLANDUDNO URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE, EASTERN WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen, After1 having served the Ratepayers of Llandudno generally, and of the East Ward in particular, for Nine Years, dur- l ing which time I have endeavoured to do my duty by regular attendance at the Council meetings, and close attention to the details of Committee work, I have de- cided to again offer myself as a Candidate for the suffrages of the Electors of the East Ward. In my first election address, I stated that, if elected, I should go into the Council with a free hand to! judge the various projects on their merits, and vote accordingly. This principle I have adhered to throughout and with confidence refer the Electors to my record of public service. If you consider this justifies your renewed confidence, I respectfully beg to solicit your Vote and support at the poll on Saturday, April 3rd. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your Obedient Servant, S. CHANTREY. P.S.—I shall not make any personal canvass, as I believe each Elector should have an opportunity of recording his Vote unbiassed by personal influence. 2 Golwyn Bay Firemen
TO THE ELECTORS OF THE EASTERN WARD. Ladies and Gentlemen, My time as your representative on the Urban District Council has just expired, and I am asked by a largle and influential number of ratepayers to again offer myself for re-election. I trust that by the many improvements that have taken place, in the. Ward during my term of office I have in some manner fulfilled the duties required of me. I ask you for your further support and con- fidence in the coming election, and will always, as usual, be at your service and highly pleased to have any suggestions from you as to needed improvements in the ward and town generally. Thanking; you for your past, support and hoping for your further confidence. I remain, Yours faithfully, HENRY WILSON. .a.a. -.A.A
Miscellaneous. FOR SALE.—Modern Semi-detached Freehold Villas, West Shore, adjoining Golf Links. Full particulars, apply Edward Thorp and Sons; Builders, Lloyd Street, Llandudno. MOLESKINS wanted, any quantity, well dried and stretched. Best price paid. Postal orders or cheques as preferred. Send by parcel post to J. Stanley and Son, F'ur and Skin Merchants, 92, Edward Road, WalthamsKow, London, N.E. TO LET!.—Hendre House, Upper Miostyn Street, 2 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Boxroom, Bathroom, etc. Hot and cold water thoughout.—Apply, T. O. Owen, Augusta, House, Llandudno. COTTAGE TO LET.—Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, 3 bedrooms, w.c., coal house, gas laid; rent, 8s. 6d. Immediate possession.—Apply, Mr Evan Roberts, Morfa House, West Shore. TO BE LET unfurnished, BRETON HOUSEl, Lloyd Street; 2 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Bath Room, etc. Immediate possession.—Apply, E:. Thorp and Sons, Builders, Lloyd Street, Llan- dudno. VACANCY for Pupil with Dentist,— Apply, G. Bulfieid Roberts, L.D.S., Buckley House, Mostyn Street. WALLPAPERS from I-Ld. per Roll. 2 Any quantity, large or small, wholesale prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 130) BARNETT WALLPAPER, CO.4 Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester. Pa,te De Lichen Jujubes (Cotraria 2 Islandica), 10d. packet. Demulcent, Nutritious, and slightly Tonic. J. Win- ter and Co., M.P.S., Chemists, 3, Mostyn I Street, and Mostyn Avenue, Craigydon, Llandudno.
URBAN COUNCIL ELECTION. NO CONTEST IN THE WESTERN WARD. As the date of the poll for the election of Urban District Councillors draws nigh, there is an apparent increase of interest taken in the contest by the electorate, not- withstanding the fact, that Councillors Hugh Edwards and William Thomas were returned unopposed for the Western Ward, proof that the ratepayers in that ward are in the main well satisfied with their representatives. THE CENTRAL WARD. The candidates in the Central Ward are WILLIAM ARNOLD, .proposed by Mr William T. Broeklehurst, and seconded by Charles Thomas Bevan. THOMAS SMITH, proposed by Thos. Walkerr- and seconded by William Hill. JOHN OWEN THOMAS, proposed by William Arnold, and seconded by Wil- liam rBevan. The retiring candidates are, Messrs J. O1. Thomas and Thos. Smith. The- former is by this time an old compaigner, hav- ing been a member of the Council for many years. For the past twelve months he has occupied the most onerous post of Chairman of the Health Committee, not an enviable, position by any means. Mr Smith has just completed his first term of office, and for the past twelve months has presided over the deliberations of the Bye-laws Committ,e.e. At present he has charge of the, arrangements that are being made for the demonstration of fire bri- gades to be held at Llandudno in June. Their seats on the Council are challenged by Mr Win. Arnold, who has not, yet sat on a public body. Last year he contested the Eastern Ward unsuccessfully. On that semi-official organisation, the Town Improvement Association, hel has however given invaluable help, and is at present Chairman of the Extension Concerts Com- mittee. EASTERN WARD. Four candidates will go to the poll in the Eastern Ward, viz. SAMUEL CHANTREY, proposed by Dr. Loekhart Mure, a.nd seconded by James Norrie. JOHN ROGEIR DAWSON, proposed by Thomas Hughes, and seconded by Robert Teer. ROBERT JOHN WILLIAMS, pro- posed by William Davies and seconded by Arthur John Peacock. HENRY WILSON, proposed by George B. Hughes, and seconded by Albert E. Vollan-i. The retiring members, who, both seek re-election, are Messrs Chant rev and Wil- son. The former who the. previous year was chairman of the Council, has for twelve months ben chairman of the Works Committee, and for the past few months has devoted much time to the study of the foreshore and the problem of how to re- tain the shingle on the beach-a most im- portant problem. Mr Wilson deserves well of the ratepayers in the Eastern Ward, for he has taken the lead in ad- vocating many improvements for that, portion of the town which could not in justice be any longer delayed. He still hopes to secure a, boat jetty for the con- venience of visitors and residents in the Craigydon district. Both the challengers have previously been members of the Council, and it may be stated very useful members. Mr Dawson possesses in a marked degree the capacity for thorough- ly investigating any and every question brought up for consideration, and was during his term of office most con- scientious in attending to his duties. Mr R. J. Williams while in office was a very keen economist, and as chairman of the Electriciity Committee, did good ser- vice. He did not seek election after his last term of office. Polling takes place for both wards on Saturday, April 3rd. The polling stations are the Town Hall for the, Central Ward and Craigydon 'Council Schools and the Carlton Private Hotel for the Eastern Ward. The returning' officer is Mr A. Conolly, (.erk to the Counsil.
ELECTRIC TRAMWAY COMPANY. REPORT OF THE! DIRECTORS. Appended is the report of the directors of the LIandudno and District Electric, Tramway Company, to be submitted to the shareholders at the general meeting, tOo be held to Winchester House, Old Broad Street, London, EI.O., on Mbnday next: 1. The Directors herewith submit the audited accounts of the Company for the year to 30th November, 1908. 2. The profit for the period, after pro- viding for operating and administration expenses, and interest on loan, amounts to £ 5,299 10s. 8d. which the Directors re- commend should be applied as follorws In placing to" depreciation reserve account, £ 500; in writing off preliminary expenses account, £ 1,500; leaving to be carried forward, £ 3,299 10s. 8d. total, £ 5,299 10s. 8d. 3. The complete line from Llandudno- to Oolwyn Bay was not available for traffic until the 6th June, 1908. The accounts therefore only represent the working of the whole undertaking for about sx months. The curtailment of the holiday season owing to abnormally batdi weather in August and September, also adversely affected the year's returns. 4. As the result of the experience gained last year steps are' being taken to increase the facilities for tlrlaffic on the line by additional rolling stock, and the Directors confidently anticipate, much bet- ter results for itihe current year. The gross receipts since the closing of the accounts show a hgh rate, of increase over the corresponding! period of last year. 5. The extension to Old Cblwyn, authorised by the Shareholders^ is still under consideration by the authorities, and it is expected that a settlement can be arrived at and the Order obtained in the near future. The, Directors are of opinion tha,t, this will prove to be a valuable addi- tion to. the Company's system. 6. It, will be necessary to make arrangements to pay off temporary loans and to provide funds for future capital re- quirements, including the completion of the Old Cblwyn Extension, and the Directors therefore recommend that the borrowing powers of the Directors should be inceased to, £ 75,0'00i. It, is also pro- posed to change the. Company's name to "Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Electric Railway, Limited." Resolutions in respect of both these matters will accord- ingly be proposed at the meeting: 7. Mr Roland S. Portheim and Mr Charles H. Rigg have retired; from the Board, and Mr A. W. Tait, was appointed a Director on the 3rd instant, in the place of Mr Portheim. The Directors to retire, at this meeting are Mr Thomas Stoker, pursuant, to1 the provisions of Clause 98, and Mr T'ait and Mr Touche (whose appointment takes effect since the, last, ordinary general meeting) under Clause 102 of the Articles of Asso- ciation, all of whom being eligible, offer themselves for re-election. 8. The auditors, Messrs George A. Touche and Co., retire, owing to Mr Tait's appointment on the Board, and Messrs Hays, Akers and Hays, Chartered Accountants,_ are put, forward for election in their place. PROFIT AND LOiSSi ACCOUNT FOR YEAR TO' 30th NOVEMBER,, 1908. Expenses. To Power Expenses 2,430 19 4 Traffic Eixpenses (Abstract "A") 1,988 8 4 Repairs and M, aintenanee (Abstract "B") 399 10 9 General Expenses, Llan- dudno and London (Abstract "O") 1,634 15 0 Depreciation of F'urniture, Llandudno, and London 13 4 3 Interest on Loan 450 15 8 Profit carried to Balance Sheet, subject to De- preciatioin and Income Tax 5,299 10 8 £12,,2,17 4 0 Receipts. By Traffic, Receipts 12,067 17 7 Advertising. 18 1.5 0 Interest and Discount 128 3 11 Transfer Fees 2 7 6 £ 12,217 4 0 —————„—————
Local Celebrities P < MR. JOHN ROBERTS. A member of one, of the original Llan- dudno, families, Mr John Roberts, Bryn Oelyn, is known to. every resident as a man who takes an active interest in all projects concerning' the progress and ex- tensions of the town. His weekly con- tributions of "LJandudno as it Was," which are now appearing in the "Adver- tise: are highly appreciated by all read- ers, and are a proof of the keen interest he has taken in the history and development of his native town. Mr Roberts is a man of great activity as evidenced by the. many offices he has held and his various pur- suits, which include the. chairmanship of the Llandudno Ratepayers' Association, a Baird of more, than local distinction, Deacon of the Welsh Baptistt Chapel, for two successive years president of the Llandudno Society for the Protection of Trade; vice-chairman of the St. David's Day Dinner, an Overseer of the Parish of Llandudno conductor of the forthcoming Children's Choral Festival, Chairman of the Regatta Committee, and President of the Gogarth Friendly Society. The above list proves that our local celebrity is a man of many parts, and we are simply echoing a, general sentiment when we express a hope that he may long enjoy health and strength to continue his work in a manner creditable to himself and of advantage to the town of his birth.
AN ASSAULT.—At Llandudno Police Court on Monday Mrs Garside, Alexandra Road, chairged Mary Hughes, a neigh- bour, with assaulting her on the 15th of February. Mr Marks defended.-A.fter a lengthy hearing and during much diverse evidence both parties were bound over to keep the peace. For Influenza take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Never fails. 1/1, 2/9 2