Llandudno Pier Co, Ltd, Secretary Mr. SAMUEL SEASON 1909. The Pier Company's Popular Concerts Morning at 11. Evening at 7-45. Sundays, at 8-15 p.m GRAND ORCHESTRA. Musical Director- Mr. Arthur W. Payne, F.R.A.M. Sub-Conductor— Mr. Walter Haigh. Artistes. 15th Special, Saturday, August 28th— Miss Evangeline Florence, Soprano. August 28th to Sept. 3rd— Mr. Henry Turnpenney, Tenor. Weekly Tikets 3s. 6d. and 5s. Admission to Pier, 2d.; after 6 pin 6d. PIER THEATRE VARIETIES, LLANDUDNO. Manager S. HUGHES, Junr. DAILY at 3 arid 8 p.m. ROYAL AMERICAN B IT OJ CS- Q T-FF-VI V Monday next, Aug. 30th, and during the wëek-i Illustrated -Ml Ian On the Western Frontier Foolshead as a Sportsman Aad 10,000 other Pictures. r: Admission 6d. and Is. I [ SAT CJRD AY AFTERNOON, ¡ SPECIAL TREAT FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. Prizes for Boys and Girls Prices for Children 2d. and 3d. American Roller Rink, HIPPODROME, Llandudno o. P. CRAWFORD, Managing Director. HIGH- 'i. GLASS IA Mm ROLLER « SKATING USED EXCLUSIVELY 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. We charge you just the same for the use of skating surface whether you use our skates r your own Tea & Refreshment Rooms AT THE RINK. AFTERNOON TEAS A SPECIALITY. Chocolates, Cakes and Mineral Waters. Mrs. HEWITSON, Proprietress. I^car^T™7EAM I Preserves, softens and beautifies the skin Free if from grease and possessing valuabla antiseptic- If! properties. Should ba on every lady's toilet jg- table. Prices 6c!. and Is or free by post 7id. & and Is. 3d. A sample will be Sent free on re- ceipt of request. Prepared only by FRANK N. MERCER, 1 Pharmaceutical Chemist, Si IOI, Mostyn St., Llandudno | Telephone No. 41. Pharmaceutical Chemist, Si 101, Mostyn St., Llandudno Telephone No. J1.i, 0 Llandudqo Coaching & Carnage Co. Ltd. ALL COACH TOURS FROM LLANDUDNO Start Daily from the ST. GEORGE'S A QUEEN'S HOTELS. Fitan Fare Grand Loop Tour 9 45 10i. Snowdon Loop Tour 10 6 Bettws-y-coed ..10 o 7- Penmaenmawr J. l | 4- ;e io Colwyn Bay 2 so 2 6 Bodnant Hall 2 30 4- Aber Waterfalls .11 0 5 New Short Loop 2 so 4- Clty of St. Asaph .10 0 7 Menai Bridge .10 0 8 For further particular* nee Coacbmg Guide. SUPERIOR PRITATB COACHES, RUBBER- TYRFD OARRIAGKR, WAGGONETTBfi. OOG-CARTS, POITV 'r r, A Pq. SADDLE HORSES ON HIRK Booking Offices- OOACH OFFICE, QujWs Hotel Gardena Telephone No 9. COACH OFFICE at Pier Gatea. Liverpocl and North Wales S*tea<m.sl3.ip Co, Regular Daily Sailings. LA MARGUERITE Every day at 1 p.m., for Betumaris, Bangor and Menai Bridge, and 5-15 for Liverpool (to August 31st), 5 p.m. for Liverpool from Sept. lift. SNOWDON. Every day (Saturday and Sunday excepted) at 11 a.m., for Beaumaris, Bangor, Menai Bridge and Caernarvon, due back 5-30 (Wednesday and Thursday St. Trillo). Wednesday, 1st, at 10-15 a.m., Round the Isle of Anglesey, due back 5-30 p.m. Thursday, 2nd, at 9-45 a.m., for Blackpool, 2i hours ashore, due back 6-30 p.m. ST. ELVIES. Monday, August 30th, at 8 a.m. and Saturday, September 4th, at 10 a.m., for Liverpool. Special fare, 2s. 6d. return. Tuesday and Wednesday, August 31st and September 1st, at 10 a.m.. for Douglas, due back 6-30, 1 £ hours ashore. Special Sunday Trip at 3 p.m. by the St. Tud.no- to Menai Bridge, due back 5-30 p.m. Special fare, Is. 6d. return Special Sunday Trip at 3-30 p.m. by "St. Elian" to Point Lynas, due back 5-.0 p.m. Special fare, Is. return. Every afternoon at 3_p-.ni. for Menai Straits. Special fare. Is 6d. return. Saloon 6d. extra. For Special Excursions to Oolwyn Bay (Rhos Pier) and Rhyl, Sea Trips, see special bills All information will be supplied at the Pier Gates by Mr Arthur Parton. Tele. 141. 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," PRINCE GEORGE." and "ST GEORGE," and that they start from the St. George's Landing Stages at Deganwy and Conway. Sailings for. Next Week. Leave Leave Return from Degauwy Conway. Trefriw. 30 Monday 8 45 a.m. 9 0 a.m. 10 56 a.m. 31 Tuesday I 45 „ 9 60 11 38 „ 1 Wednesday 10 b" 10" 15 12 25 p.m. ,2 Thursday' .10 50 110 11()" .5 Friday.11 "20 „ 11 30 .1-50 »4 Saturday .12 o p.m. 12 15 2 S0'- i, fDoubtful if steamers reach Trefriw, Fare according co distance. FARES—Fore end, Is. Return 2s.; After end, Is. 6d Return 2s. 6d. Children half price For. further particulars apply to Messrs. Edwards & Soil, Coal Merchants The Vuay, Conway. National Telephone No 6x ^Conway) Messrs. Roberts it Co, Quay, Conway; R. E. Johes Bros., "Weekly News,' Offiee Conway and Colwyn Bay;- Phe Hotel Belle Vue, 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, Cap;ain we; Roberts, Quay, Conway. For the convenience of passengers, Luncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. Special Notiee.-Tickets f o these steamet's are NOT SOLD at Llandudna and other places, and can only be had on board the steamers. Madame ASTORIA, ¿ mB .-I. M. S. (Registered) The Talented Falmisi,. .Çlair?oyaB,te,CEystal Vision,,ist and Haith 5pialist, CAN NOW BE CONSULTED AT ABERCONWY HOUSE, Comer of. Trinity, Street& Mostyn.St., LLANDUDN Hours-From 10 a.m. to 9 p.m W. J CHURCHILL'S Happy Valley Minstrels 20 Artistes from all he Primipal Theatres and Music Halls, The Only Entertainment in Llandudno allowed One Performance a Day. Commencing at 3 o'clock. Llandudno Women's Suffrage Society. -N U. W. s S. Object —To obtain the Parliamentary Franchise for omen on the same terms as it is or may be granted to men. President-Mrs. Walton E ans. Vice PresidentWm. Jones, F sq., M.P: Hon Treasurer-A. G. Pugh, Esq, and Miss Marston Hon Secretary-Mss. Gooddy, Glenthorne, Richard Owen Scholarship. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Examination will be conducted at LLAN- DUDNO during the week commencing Septem- ber 20th, 1909, upon the result whereof a Scholarship (or Exhibition) may be awarded by the Trustee of the above-named Charity in accordance with paragraph 18 of a scheme made for the administration of the Charity by the Chancery Division of the High Court of Justice on the 11th day of June, 1907, to the boy born in Llandudno who shall be best placed at the said examination or otherwise as in the said scheme set forth. Intending Candidates are invited to send their names to me the undersigned on or before the 14th September proximo. DATED this 24th day of August, 1909. EVAN R. DAVIES, Hon. Clefrk to the Trustees of the Charity. County Education Offices, Carnarvon. -:r;if:f; That it is quite possibl to have excellent sight H and yet need glasses—to relieve strain ? The St M testing of sight can alone decide this point. Why not make sure ? 13 Frank N. Mercer, F.S.IVl.C. 1 (Fellow of the Spectacle Maker>' Company) H lOi Mostyn Street, Llandadno. § -Â CYCLE BARGAIN to anyone that wants a Gent's High Grade Coventry machine; not used six times; must be turned into cash; 2 best roller brakes, ball free wheel, latest improvements; high grade Coventry cycle; plated rims; best of all things and all accessories, lamp and everything; fully guaranteed; worth double; £3 12s. 5d. approval willingly before cash sent.—F. J. Hando, 6, Southbourne Terrace, Weston-super-Mare. Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO. Manager Mr. A. G. PUGH. Assistant Manager Mr. R. J. LLOYD. To-rtight- The Flag Lieutenant MONDAY, August 30th, for SIX nights only, Mr George Edwardes' Company in the play with music— The Merry Widow Direct from Daly's Theatre, London. Doors open at 7.30 pm, commence at 8. Early Doors to Pit and Gallery nt 7 15 p.m. 6d. extra. Seats in Dress and Upper Circle Orchestra and Pit Stalls may be booked. Box Office open from 10 to 4. No charge for booking. Seats may also be booked at M. L Wagstaff, The Gloucester, 89, Mostyn Street, at the Principal Hotels, or at Mr. A. J. Fleet Music Warehouse, Colwyn Bay. PRICES OF ADMISSION.—Boxes from 21/ Orchestra Stalls 5s.; Dress Circle, 5s. and 3S.; Upper Circle 2/6 Pit Stalls, 3/ Pit, 1/6; Amphitheatre, Is.; Gallery 6d. Telephone 0288. Electric Trams pass the Doors. Prince's Theatre, LLANDUDNO. I To-Night-Miss Louie Freer aqd Party Monday, aug. 30th for SIX Nights visit of Mrs Brown Potter And M r. Murray Carson IN ■■ "THE DEVIL. Pricesof Admission. Orchestra Stalls, 3s Dress Circle, 4s; Balcony 2s Pit Is. Doors open 7 30, com- mence at 8, Early doors 7 o'clock. Llandudno Sea Anglers Association. Ian AN OPEN COMPETITION FROM BOATS WILL take place on WEDNESDAY, Next, September 2st, from 5 15 to 8 30 First Prize value 21s Second Prize value 10s 6(1 Third Prize value 5s., kindly given by M. L. Wagstaff, Tobacconist. Special prize of 5s to the boatman whose boat brings in the heaviest catch. EntraLnce Fee 6d RULES. All fish weighed in for competition must be taken on rod and line or hand line. One rod and line or hand line only to be used, and not more than thrae hooks. Only round or flat fish. 8 inches or over in length to be weighed, excepting dabs which shall measure at least 7 inches. Not more than four competitors (exclusive of boatman) shall be allowed in a boat. A boatman shall not take any active part, in the fishing, this includes baiting and gaffing. Entries to be made to the Secretary not later than 10 a.m. on the day of the ,competition. Competitors must make their own arrange- ments fox boats and bait. HOWEL JONES, Hon. Secretary. 32, Mostyn Street. -o "1 | Pearl Cream | i TS quite the daintiest and most > > X effective balm for the face of beauty J y and if it is well massaged into the skin A s night and morning, neither Sun, Wind > C nor Sea can have any effect. S v T T is distinctly different to all other 1 J 1. face preparations, as it contains no < Glycerine to leave sticky traces behind. V j TT is simply a wonderful softening } X agent that feeds the skin pores and J makes them healthy. J T I1 is cooling, delicately and refresh- £ I JL ingly perfumed, and dries instantly. > Z, J ^V7rOUR Toilet Table is not complete l X without it. i i 1s, Is. 9d. & 2s 6d. y | J. Winter & Co., j c M.P.S., Dispensing Chemists, C i MOSTYN ST. & MOSTYN AVENUE, ) LLANDUDNO. Telephone—Mostyn Street, 40. Craigydon, 40a. < 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 ,00 ST. MORITZ, LLANDUDNO. An Ideal Nursing Home. OOD STAFF of Resident and Visiting r n urses.—Apply to Mits Roberts. Telephone No. 248. C. E. Z. 31MK. S. ¡,¡¡¡;H' | "j AN Exhibition and Sale OF Ghirtsse costurnes and Gurios, In Aid of the C.E.Z.M.S. Girls' Board- i ing School, Foochow, China, Will be held (D. F.) in the NIOSTYN ART CILLERY, LLANDUDNO (Eindly lent for the occasion by Lady Augusta Mostyn) ON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, September 7th & 8th, From 2 to 7-30 p.m' Mandarins Robe. Drawn Thread Work. Ladies' Costumes. Silver Ware. Curtains. Models of Mandarins' Woodcarvings. and Brides' Foochow & Loo Choo Processions. Lacquer. Kingfisher Feather GlassCloth Embroidery. Work. Bronzes, China Vases, &e. THE HOSTEL, DEGANWY. FOR VISITORS AND RESIDENTS. A HOME FORI REiST, STUDY AND RE C R E ATI O N. All the yeaI" round gentlemen residents catered for at a specially moderate and inclusive charge. The Hostel has been specially fitted up with a view to comfort, and is most accessible to Llandudno by train and cycle, or for golfing, boating, and all the Llandudno attractions.—Miss Conway (late Marine Hotel, Llandudno) pro- prietress. LLANDUDNO ADVERTISER. AND LIST OF VISITORS. CHARGES FOR ADVERTISING. COUNTY, Municipal, Poor Law, Joint Stock, Legal and other Public Notices, Contracts, Tenders, etc., 6d. per line each insertion. BUSINESS Advertisements as per scale below SPECIAL Positions per contract. SALES by Auction, Entertainments, Sermons, Trade Notices, Eisteddfodau, etc., 3d. per line, or 2s. 6d. per inch displayed. SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. SOUSES, Shops, Apartments, etc., To Let or Wanted; Articles Lost, Found, or for Private Sale; Servants or Situations, etc., Wanted Insertion. One Two Three. Not exceeding 15 woids Is Od Is 9d 2s 3d .20 Is 3d 2s 3d 3 Od „ 25 Is 6d 2s 9d 3s 6d „ 30 Is 9d 3s Od 4s 3d 40 „ 2s 3d 4s Od 58 6d BIRTHS and Deaths are charged Is. Marriages £ s. No Advertisement booked under 2s. 6d. BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENTS. DOUBLE Column.—One insertion 3s. per inch; 4 insertons 2s. 6d. per inch; 8 2s. 3d.; 13 2s.; 26 Is. 6d.; 52 Is. 3d. SINGLE Column.—One insertion 2s. per inch; 4 insertions Is. 8d.; 8 Is. 6d.; 13 Is. 4d.; 26 Is. 52 lOd. A DISCOUNT of 10 per cent. allowed on pre. payment ior continuous Advertisements. ALL communications and payments by cheques or postal orders should be addressed to the Proprietors, Messrs. EDGE & M9Y. Marked Street, Llandudno. OBITUARY. August 21st, 1909, at Rosa House, Llandudno, ADA, youngest daughter of the late T. Ridpeth, of Outwood Hall, Handsforih, Cheshire Miscellaneous. ASTROLOGY.—Life, Horoscope Majrriage, Partner des'cribeid, date of future events, Changes, Journeys, Legacies, etc. accurately told. Send/hirth dait-e, Is. P.O., stamped envelope.—Madame Melrose, 126, Easter Road, Leith, Edinburgh. WANTED to purchase a few shares in the Liverpool and. North Wales Steamship Com- pany. State lowest teems to T. P., ''Adver- t,sex" Office, Llandudno. COLWYN BAY LAUNDRY.-Quick despatch is the motto of the Colwyn Bay Laundry. Visitors and residents c-an now send their laundry work to the Llandudno- agent, Mr E. Driffield, draperarnd milliner, Lloyd Street. A trial order is respectfully solicited. GENTLEWOMAN desires engagement as Housekeeper or Companion, thoroughly accus- tomed to charge of house and servants. Good needlewoman and amanuensis, fluent Par is: en French; would travel. Highest reference.— Apply, B., "Advertiser" Office. MILK AND OREAM of the purest quality are delivered twice daily by W. T. Parker, The Creamery, Augusta Street, and branches at Clonmel Street and Cradgydon. Call at either or ciftop a postcard and you will be ensured a Tegular supply. Every precaution taken to safeguard the milk from contamination. WANTED, about last week in present month. Apartments facing .sea, four bedioc-ns; chil- dren lecovering from wi.coping cough.—Apply, stating terms and with photo, Russell, Solicitor, Malvern Link. W ANTED.-A Strong Steady Man to act as Carter and to make himself generally useful about Store s.-Apply,' Ind, Coope and Co., Ltd., York House, Llandudno. WALLPAPERS from ld. per Roll. 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., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester. NURSERY ,NIILK.-The. purity of the milk from Gloddiaeth. Is,a Dairy Farm is safe- guarded by periodical examination of all the animals by a certificated veterinary surgeon.— Special oo-ws kept for nursery requirements. Supplied only by W. T. Parker, The Creamery, Llandudno. FOUND, last week, an Antique Gold Brooch, with valuable stoue. Owner can have the same on applying to Mr Denbigh Cooper, Bryn Eisteddfod Villa, and paying expenses. EXPERIENCED GOVERNESS desires morning elllgag,ement for autumn term. Good English. Fluent French. German, music, etc.-Acldrs:s, Miss H. M. Thomas, 1, Sefton Terrace, Mostyn Avenue, Llandudno. APARTMENTS. Highly recommended. Pleasantly situated. T'wo minutes' walk from Railway Station, Post Office, Tram Cars, and Promenade. Specially reasonable terms for the autumn and winter. Copies of letters of com- mendation on application.—Mns John Hughes, .'Glanywern," 7, Augusta Street, Lla.ndudno. P-1 REWARD.-L.)st on Monday, 23rd inst. (probably in Ladies' Bathing Machine) a Lady's Gold Curb Thick Bracelet with padlock attached Finder will receive above reward on returning same to "Pilot" Office, Llandudno. LLANDUDNO REGISTRY OFFICE.— A new Servant's Registry Office has been opened at Lloyd Street.—H. Higgin- bottom, proprietor. MR,. W. BEZANT LOWE, M.A., F.C.S., First-Class Honours, is prepared to take private pupils or to form Classes in Llandudno and District in English, Mathematics, Classics, Modern Languages Natural Science, etc., and also to coach students for the Public Examinations.— Apply, Cae Carw, Llanfairfechan.
Presentations to Mr Gwynfryn Jones The Rev. D.. Gwynfryn Jones, Wesleyan minister, Llandudno, will be leaving the town in a few, days foi. BarmQuth, where he will .re- main for the next.-two- years. At the end' of that period the rev. gentleman will .return to Llandudno. Undlex exceptional circumstances,' Mr Gwynfryn Joines was allowed by the Con- ference" to remain for a. fourth year at .Llan- dudno, so as to icnable ham,, to. complete the erection of magnificent new chapel, wdiifih, with the new ecliflop, erecteld at Tywyn, D-fe- .gainwy, will mark his period of ministry .'in .the circuit as a. moist fruitful one. Up to his./de- paiit,ure, he is the presiideint of the Free Church Council, and. as a platformspeakey he ha.s been of invaluable!, service to the Liberals and Tem- perance cause, whiles Nohooniormity' found" in him a/clever defender arid advocate. ■' On, Tuesday evening Mr T. C. Lewis pre- over a meeting held at Bethel Chapel, Degamyy: when Mr Hugh Parry, lay preacher, presented', on behalf of the church members,; a divan library chair beautifully upholstered in tapBlstry to the Rey.&wyhfr)yn Janes; and-Mrs 'Williams' Boiclysgallen, a leatlrer 'hand-bag to iliti,- i-ones. Oil at Cbaj-el, Llandudno, the rev.- gentieman was pi-eceuted vviith a hanciispme isoiid maa-hle clock -with bronze mounts -and pillars and-a pair of charhi- ring'forums toi match; afeo-' a light oak revolt :ing hookcasei as well '•'ais-a revolving tilted high-back library chair- toi' match. 'Mi" Jones' was the-Yfiúipielitof a -purse of gold. The presentations were made by Mr Thomas Daves1 the eldest deacon. The Rev. David Da-vies, on behalf of the' Free. Church Counoil, presented Mr Gvv\nfTy,n Jones with ,ac set of bodkis. Complimentary addresses were delivered. by Mr Thomas Davies, Oouncill-or T. W. Griffith, NLtvV; Williams, Mr Henry Williams, etc. Mr Gwynfii-yin Jones suatably responded.
Boatmen's Benefit Regatta. On Wednesday afternoon, undeir the man- agement of the Commodores, Mr J. Roberts, and Councillor Hugh Edwards, the much-talk- ed of boatmen's regatta was held. The "officers included Messrs E. B.oo.t, A. Hewii ana R. T. Owen. Timekeeper, Mr Will Owen. ''The boatmen were represented in the by Messrs John Griffiths Oapt. J. Hughes; John (Hughes, Tom Jones; Th-cis. Parry, and H-ugh Williams, with Mr George E. Brookes, hon. secretary. Some fourteen events were scheduled 011 the programme, and our boatmen proved them- selves capable of putting in some excellent work in the rowing race-' In the-Open Sailing Boat Race "Nightingale," sailed by Captain Williams, came in first, the "Shamrock" taking, second place. ''Reliance" when leading by &ome minutes, in the first round carried away a top pJank a')¡d had to retire. The other events were: Pair Oar Sculling Race: 1, F. W. Parry; 2, Joseph Jones;1 3, Williani I-Iiughes. Rowing Race, two oarsmen and cox- 1, Jooes and Hughes; 2, Brookes .and Moss. Ladies' Sculling Race: 1, Rose Winstanley. Blindfold Sculling Race: 1. F. W. Parry. One-Oar Boat Race: 1, Tom Jones: 2. Win. Hughes. Obstacle Race: 1, J. Jones; 2. F. W. Party; 3, W. L. Joines. Tug of War, fOUJr üarsmen with cox.: Winner, W. L. Jones in the "Nellie." Four-Oared Boat Race with cox.. 1, W Jones's "Nellie." Walking Greasy Pole: 1. Jas. Hushes. Lifeboatmen's Race: 1, W. Parry:. 2, J. Edwards; 3, D. L. Jones; 4, Bob Williams. The finale was, as usual, the climbing of the greasy pole, and the .attempts were watched by a large crowd, who throughout the afternoioe.1, cheered the various winners from time to time, and thoroughly appreciated the boatmen's Carnival. The donors of prizes were.:—Messrs 7., Mostyn Street; P. S. Parr, tobacconist; Salzedo, optician and jeweller; E. Boot, hair- dresser: Felix, Tudn-o Hotel; J. Davies :and Son, Clothiers; Mr L. Wagstaff, tobacconist; H. Jones, gent's outfitter:" W. Jones, Great Olrme's Head; R. Travers. tobacconis": Stead and Simpson, Glo,ddaeth Street; G. F. and A. Brown and Sons, The Clock; Bra die v and Co., drapers: E. W. Williams, outfitter; Hewitt, Church Walks; and W. Owen, Oxford Hoteil.
CORRESPONDENCE. EVENING SCHOOLS IN CARNAR VONSHIRE To the Editor. Sir,—The Education Committee are unable to conduct the ordinary Evening Schools during the ensuing is-ession. They have, however, given the Staff Committee aitboirdty to receive and rep-oat upon application for the recogni- tion, under the Board of Education Evening School Regulations, of Choral Classes, Literary Classes, Art Classes, and Classes in Technical subjects (Woodwork, Needlework, Cookery, Shorthand, Typewriting, and Book-keeping)., Applications should be received by August 31st, and should; stafe (a) Subject of instruction, j (b) Approximate' average attendance for the session. (c) Approximate number of hours of in- struction during the session. (d) Name of proposed teacher. In the case, of Choral and Literary Societies if Classes were held last year, a copy of the Balance Sheet should be submitted with the application.—Yours, etc., E'VAN R. DAVIES. Carnarvon. 21st August, 1909.
.o. Doan's ointment is two shillings and nine- pence per pot, or six pots for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Potster-MoCleilan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford-street, London, WT. Be SllTe you set the same kind of -ointment as Mirs Melley had.
AT THE THEATRES. I THE GRAND. I MISS MAUD ALLAN. I Miss Maud Allan, the most talked of artiste H of the past decade, has j aid her promised visit H to the Grand Theatre, -and people who have H seen her in her various dances, ev en including H that of the Visions of Salome, are wondering H why there should 'have been any talk of H prohibition in Manchester or elsewhere, ex- H cept by those with prurient minds, who would H go to a place of worship mainly to criticise H and focus attention upon what they would H term in their ignorant iself-cotmplaceincy, the H worldliness of their neighbours, or attend any H function to endeavour to extract .something un- H savoury out of the most nartur,al and common- H place action. Happily these people are only H a small although brazen-voiced minority, and H their shouts and gesticulation have served H little purpose cxcept to advertise the dances H they would ban. Miss Allan is a dancer of a H new order, her graceful steps to the classical H music being followed with the greatest interest H and the feeling with which she interprets the H music of the world's most famous composers in her varied actions—grave to. gay, pensive- ness to enthusiasm.—proved her to be an artiste worthy of the name she has created. Time H after .time the audiauice insisted upon her re- H appearance to acknowledge their loud and pro- longed applause. We understand that Miss H Allan expreseid to the Management of the H Grand Theatre the pleasure she had expelr- H ienced during her visit, and stated that she H was very pleased with all the arrangements, H and had rarely received such courtesy and con- sideration in any other theatre. This is a copy of her entlry in the autograph book of tihe Manager's daughter:—"In remem- brance of my most comfortable visit to the Grand Theatre, Llanduidno. In all sincerity. Maud Allan." H "rUE FLAG LIEUTENANT." I At the Grand Theatre the last four nights of this week the Great Naval Play, "The Flag H Lieutenant" is staged. Among the' most striking features of this delightful play is its curiously modern tone. which calls forth, all the-naturalness that is-beginning at last to be a -characteristics of.-the present day actor. It is a play absolutely up-to-date, and realistic in every particular from the after-cabin of the admiral's ship to the whistle of his steam launch as it rushes through the blue waters of Malta Harbour. Nor is there suspicion of bore- dbm, throughout the piece fiom the roomerLt when the cheek of those irresponsible "shot- tiies" as they are termed in the Navy comes across the footlights as the curtain first, rolls 'up and displays the admiral's, cabin, through the porthole of which a wonderful glimpse of Malta Harbour by night is obtained, to that moment wheta the ship's band in the harbour plays the National Anthem this interest is kept at fever point. The company presenting the play have ,all been .specially selected for their -various rales, and Messrs Lyn Hard- ing and Sidney Cooper, who have sent, .the play to Llandudno, have spared,ii,o, expe-Tise.,in the mounting of the same. It is a play that has been twice witnessed by Royalty, and re- peatedly witnessed by every member of the Royal Family. "The Flag Lieutenant" will be played again to-night (Friday), and tOl- morrow (Saturday). THE MERRY WIDOW. H The greatest music-al "success of the age, "The Merry Widow," will be presented next week at the Grand Theatre by M'r George Edwardes Company. Victcor Leon and Leo Stein, s book, as adapted for Daly's Theatre, sets out a love tangle of Prince Danilo, of Marsovia. and Sbnia, a wealthy widow. Danilo lovefd Sonia when she was -a farmer'-s daughter, but affairs of state, Which may be 'translated into Sonia's lack of either wealth1 or title, made marriage impracticable, and -the girl became the wife of a, millionaire! banker whilst the Prince amused himself with many women. But in Paris, at theembassy,ofhis country, Danilo meets Sonia. a widow with a score of suitors seeking her hand. She scorns her one- time lover and tells him all men are alike, 'and state concerns might not now stand in the way of his marrying her. The Prince, piqued, vows that he will' never say to her he loves her, and valiantly in the fact of the widow's seductiveness and undisguised attempts to fas- Icinatehim he clings to his word. The woman wins of course. The Merry Widow, however, has triumphed through its music. The fas- cinating waltz is oinly one number in' an ori g inal delightful score. There are daintily melodious concerted i.umbers, beautifully written duets, and catchy solos. The music is clever and skilfully orchestrated, whilst mak- inga general appeal, as a master of waltz rythm and melody, the little bandmaster, who ihas found fame with a single work, will chal- lenge the Success of Strauss himself. He has found the very spi-nit of the dance, and the several themes which for ccrcert music are brought together in the familiar "Merry 1 Widow" valse, played in every ballroom of Europe, fiiter through the score with subtle persistence.^ With -regard to the dresses "The Merry Widow" wardrobe will make the I average woman gasp and sigh with -envy, it is so elegant, chic and wonderfully becoming. THE PRINCE'S. MISS LOUIE FREEAR. H This popular comedienne has been appearing y/itli g-reat success at the Prince's Theatre dux- ing the week. Miss Fre^ a,r, it will be rem-em. beired,; made & great hit in "A Chinese Honey- moon," and is a very welcome turn whenever she appears. Sihe will appear to-night (Friday) and also- to'-moc'row (Satur'oiay). Her company includes Merrman and, Evelyn up-to-date 'wire walkers; C. Ibbotson, America's Black Dame; Daisy Emery, a well-known vccalist; J. Moore, Monologue Artists; H. South,well and Com- pany in. "The Servant's Aspirations" Cossay, the table performer • H. Cardell, musical speciality, and the Society Entertainers, Howard and Wallace in "Taming a Wife." "THE DEVIL" COMING TO THE PRINCE'S THEATRE. The Prime's Theatre, Llandudno, will have an extra Sfie-cail attraction for the next week. in that much-discussed comedy play, "The Devil," which has caused a furore- throughbut the Countinent and Acerica The very strong company engaged will include such names as Mrs Brown-Potter as Helene, and Mtr Murray Carson as the Devil. The whole production is by arrangement with Mr George Edwardes and Mr Robert Courtneiclge, and will travel the scenerc and effects used recently in the play at the Adelphi h-eatre, London. Referring to the production at the Adelphi, the London "Daily Telegraph" said "and certainly the Adelphi Devil gives one abradant cause for thinking," while the London "Daily Express" remarked "there are few greater themes than the temptation o<f man by the Evil One."
A RECTOR'S'" OUTBURST. At the Geiriionydd Rural District Council on 'Tuesday the Chairman (the Rev; J. Gower) moved-the appointment of Mr T'. Hughes, the ■acting clerk, as clerk of the Council at the same salary as his predecessor. Mr D. G. Jones: I move an amendment that Mr Hughes be appoiint-ed at a reduced salary. What will the country say if we pay him as much as our old official ? The Rev. J. Gower: The tountoy? WThat do I care for the country? Hosannah Hallelujah Glory to the. Highest! That its the only Master I bow to. Mr Huighes was unanimously appointed on the old terms.
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