WAVE CREST Boarding Establishment Grand Promenade. FACING SEA. THREE MINUTES FROM PIER. ELECTRIC LIGHT. LOUNGE. SEPARATE TABLES. Mrs WALDEGRAVE ALLENBY. Nat. Tel 0286. Telegrams-" Wave Crest, Llandudno." BREAKFAST BREAD. OWEN'S BREAD Light and Appetising, Sustaining and Easily Digested. Please give it a Trial. Deliveries in all parts of the town Daily. Ho & J. OWEN, The Model Bakery, Gloddaeth Street, Llandudno. Branches- POST OFFICE STORES. DEGAN WY&PENRHYNSIDE "MAT TFT 1?_ 21 Llandudno iNlxi, IJ-ilJlj 21a Craigydon 16 Deganwy Telephone 163. J. Fleet, Penrhyn Road, COLN" BAY. The Music Warehouse. liaics, Organs, Violins, Sheet Music. Fittings for all Intruments. Sole Agent for the "ELECTRELLE" Player Piano. Music Roll Library. Expert Tuners, Regulators and Repairers. Tuner to Pier Pavilion, Llandudn< and Victoria Pavilion, Oolwyn Bay. iUVKRY WOMAN Should !-end two stamps for our 32 page Illustrated Buok, containing Valuable Information how all Irregularities and Obstructions may be entirely avoided or removed by simple means. Recom- mended by eminent Physicians, ,as the only Safe. Sure and Genuine Remedy. Never Fails. Thousands of Testimonials. Established 1862. MR. PAUL BLANCHARD, Claremont House, Dalston Lane, London. I fill'P'Sk send Id. Stamp lor B| tis fll Ij £ JUS" Hree Sample of £ f| I APIOL v:P STEEL PILLS H with lG-pace explanatory H, Testimonials S| 2 Sold bv all Chemists 1A* P*r box, or post free from .e_ ea. -t.i::u..5 By Hot Water or Electricity Xiiglitiii. g', Bells, T elepliones. Phone S8 Willoughby Lance Engineer, Near Town Hall. Z920 to zC5,000 advanced BY Private LENDER on SnIPI E PnoMy.issoKv Notsij No Bills of Sale taken and absolute privacy guaran- teed. First letter of applicatin oreceives prompt at- tention and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative who is empowered to complete trans- action on terms mutually arranged. NO CHARGE Being made unless BUSINESS ACTUALLY COMPLETED. Special Quotations for Short Loans. Write in confi- dence to C WELLS,, Corridor Chambers, Leicester ,CHEAP PRINTING.—We print, your jidv,artisement in these columns far cheaper than you could print a handbill, and we distribute it i the homes of our readars without ert.r ,yost to you.
COWLYD WATER BOARD. EXTRAVAGANT USE OF WATER. The annual meeting of the Conway and. Col- wyn Bay Water Supply Board was held on Fri- day at Conway, when Mr HughOwen, Llan- dudno Junction, was elected chairman fotr the ensuing year, and Mir D. Gamble, of Colwyn Bay, ithe vice chairman. Mr T. B. Farrington, the Board's engineer, presented a report, which showed the amount of water supplied through the Board's mains to the district during the past three months. In April the average daily quantity of watete registered! for the whale district was 1,331,800 gallons, as coiiipared wiith 1,192,700 gallons in rthe corresponding month of last year. In May the total was 1,390,000 gallons, as compared with 1,246,000, and in June it was 1,415,100 gallons, as compared with 2,331,800 gallons in the cor- responding three months of lost year. The Engineer stated that 'the quantity now supplied to the district was equal to 50 gallons per head per day for a p(ipulat-,oii of 28,300. This was very excessive and ought to be re- duced. He suggested again that proper service reservoirs should be constructed, whidh would not only provide for a supply of water during any interruption in the trunk main, but would also enable arrangements to be made for re- ducing the pressure both on the trunk main and in the different districts. Unless some- thing was done and the excessive quantity of water now being supplied was considerably re duoed, the Board would have to consider the quest-Jon of extending the cast-iron pipes from the overflow ,chamber at Ardciia to Lake Oow- lyd, and thus preventing any overflow except at the liake. THE ALUMINIUM CORPORATION. Mr Farrngton stated the Aluminium Cor- poration had practically completed the leet from their works to the Gowlyd stream, and might at any time Ciall for the, discharge of the compensation water, 1,552,500 gallons per day, to which they were entitled by the Act of Par- liament. Seeing that the quantity now being delivered into the district daily amounted to 1,415,100 igaluons per day, he thought it was de- sirable that the Board should consider the question of securing additional gathering ground for watex. The rainfall ot Oowlyd Lake. from the com- mencement of the year until the end of June was 44.29 inches, against 31.18 inches for 1909, an .increase of 13.11 inches for the half year. Rain fell on 61 days during the six months, as compared with 43 days in the first six months of last year. DOLGARROG LIGHT RAILWAY. The Board of Trade order for the construc- tion of a light railway from the London and North-Western line between Llanrwst and Taly- cafn across the Vale of Conway to Trefrlw, via the Dolgarrog works of the Aluminium. Cor- poration, has now been issued. Mr Fairrington reported thait he had succeeded in getting a clause inserted in the order in which the pro- moters agree to allow the OowTyd Board to lay two water mains over the bridge by which the railway will cross the Conway river near Dolgarrog. 'The queiston of ithe waste water raised by Mr Farringtan was discussed by the Board, who finally decided to appoint a committee, representing the three oonstituent districts, to consider the matter fully, and to report at the nextt meeting. The Committee was constituted as foil/lows:—Messrs. Gamble and J. Dicken, re- presenting Colwyn Bay; Dr R. A. Pricliard and Mr J. E. Conway Jones, representing Conway; and Mr Hugh Owen and the Rev. William Phillips, representing the Rural District Coun- cil of Conway, with the surveyors for the three authorities. NO CHANGE. FOR 5 YEARS. CONWAY INCIDENT. For years the Conway opinion repeated here has remained unchanged. Indeed, a five year. test-has served but to' render it more full of encouragement than ever. Mr William. Marshall, who lives at 6, Wind Street, Conway, writes:—"Some months ago I began to suffer with pajiiis 'in the small of my back. My friends advised me to use different remedies, whidh I did,'but I grew wK>rce instead of better. The pains were* as bad when I got up in the micttnirug as they were when I got- home at night. "At last I mode up my mind to try Doan's backache kidney pj'l.is, and am glad to say that an a week or so they had driven away the pains from my back—the pills cured me, in fact. If I should get a return of the trouble I shall use only Ddaii's pillq; and. any who care to enquire about my experience with the medicine may do 'so, for it lis the truth. (Sign- ed) William Marshall. Over 5 years after writing the above letter, Mr Marshall1 said: I am convinced that Doan's backache kidney pails are a splendid remedy for kidney trouble. They made, me well and have kept me well. I cannot heup recommend- ing them." Doan's backache kidney pills are two shil- ling's and ninepenca per box,, or aix boxes for thirteen shillings and ninepence. Of all chemists and stores, or post free direct from the Fokster-McClellan Co., 8, Wells-street, Oxford-street, LondloL, W. Be sure you get the same kind of pills aL Mr Marshall had. WEiLSH BARDS INVITED TO BRITTANY. A number of the leading members of the Goxsjdd of the. Bards of the National Eistedd- fod of Wales have recol'ved invitations to the Eisteddfod, and Gorsedtd of Brittany, to be held at Nantes under the direction of Caledfwch, the Ch'-ei' Druid of Brittany. The representative of the Breton Gorsedd in Wales is Mr T. Matthews, of Llandebie. The meetings have been fixed; for the 30th of this month and the been fixed; for the 30th of this month an-d the two fo/l&pwing days. Arrangements are being made for Welsh music. The Archdruid. the Rev. Evan Rees (Dyfed), of Cardiff, is expected to be one of the representatives from Wales. WHAT LABOUR BUREAUS HAVE DONE. There has of late been a steady increase in the number of tramps in North Wales, and, according to the report for the fortnight pre- sented to the mooting of the iSt. Asaph Board of Guatidians, the decrease as compared with the corresponding period ast year was 84, a state of things which. Mr Ellis Jonos (Denbigh) said was believed to be due to the establish- I ment of labour bureaus.
THE GOLDSMITHS' & SILVERSMITHS' STORES, 33 & 93, Mostyn St., Llandudno, Are now making the most beautiful display of High Class Jewels to be seen outside the metropolis. A special feature is the wonderful show of Fine Oriental Pearls which are so fashionable and in such demand at the present time. These comprise Necklaces, Ropes of Pearls, Sautoirs, and the choicest designs in Rings, &c. OF SPECIAL INTEREST is a collection of magnificent Jewels bought at auction which shov great originality of design and which demonstrate the possibility of securing the most exclusive work and the essentials of quality and value at BjfiLRGhikllir PRICES. A visit of inspection is cordially invited.
LONDON GOSSIP. THE QUEEN'S PERSONALITY. Queen Mary's mother, the late Princess Mary of T'eck, while always chaxio-ng and kindly, was royal and dignified beyond expression, and she took special care a,s regar-djs the girl friends of her only daughter-now the Queen Consort. That her Majesty is a woman of strong per- sonality is beyond all question, and to her early training may be attributed her character- istic dignity and reserve, which as a writer in the current 'Lady's Realm," remarks, some- times conveys an erroneous id.e,a of hauteur. Her Majesty is described as a thorough busi- ness woman., and a Spartan mother, who has never allowed, her dhlildrert to be pampered, and patted to the extent of spoiling them. She ,is a good linguist, a, ;ga-,oat reader of history, and is a politician with a practical knowledge of public affairs, and of the leading political events of the day. In the domestic circle, the King and Queen are a devoted couple, quite at one as regards social amenities, and setting an example of the highest ideals of family lif e. LADY ABDY'S AVIATION SCHEME. It seems to have been left to a woman—Lady Abdy-to, play the role of Count Zeppelin in this country. She is the lady who paid P,120 for the privilege of being the first passenger to be carried by Mr Grahame White at Brook- lands, when the aeroplane was wrecked and both occupants had a narrow escape from a serious disaster. That accident, however, has not in any way damped Lady Abdy's en- thusiasm fior aviation, and she is credited with the intention of setting up a .complete factory On her Surrey estate for the manufacture of airships and aeroplanes. She talks, of having an airship ready next spring which will travel be- tween London and Paris, and carry twenty pas- sengers. Lady Abdy is the wife of Sir William Abdy and iis a very wealthy woman. Although she fancies there may ,be money in it, Lady Abdy is not thinkii-ig of this enterprise as a commercial speculation, but more for the honour of placing Britain in the forefront in the science of aviation. SALE SEASON JOKES. From time immemorial the Chinaman has ordained matters so that his wife should have such lOttle feet that she could not very easily go out to shop. That is the sympathetic re- flection of numberless husbands who are called upon to readjust the' household finance, after their women folk have been engaged in a campaign of all' against all, at the summer sales. To the average man, the clearance sales are either a joke or perhaps something more than a joke, but the cleveir woman As not an- noyed by the usual j,ibes and, jeers, and she knows well enough that it is best for the family 'interest that sale shopping should be a feminine pursuit, and not one for men folk. Men may make money, but there is a science in spending it to. the best advantage, about which they know, as a rule, very .'Ilit,,tl.e. A good shopper is as rare as a good man of busi- ness, and lit lis too often the case that, this quality in women passes quite unappreciated. THE REAL PURPOSE. The double entente often-lurks where it is unsuspected. For instance the Post Office Sav- ings Bank proposes iin the autumn to supply to the public isfieel money boxes, at less than cost pitice. As a first experiment this system lis to be tried in 200 industrial centres,, not so much as one might suppose for tihei 'encourage- ment of thrift, after the holiday, are pver, as to save the Departments expense by -reducing the number of smaCl deposits and withdrawals by depositors in the Post Office Savings Bank. Then again some American houses have adopt- ed another shopping innovation, that of tying up their parcel: in paper and string to. har- monise with the customers' dresses. That is not so much to oblige the customers as to in- duce them to carry home their parcels, and thus reduce delivery expenses, and at the same. time it answers the purpose of a good business advertisement. The London dir^psiy houses seem to think that string and paper in suffi- cient variety of eolou.ro would not. be- forthcom- ing for the purpose required, but of them are adopting wrapping' paper and bags of one disiiinct-ve colonr. which it is- ha-ped tlhe public will come in course of time to associate w::th that particular house, when it will thus have the advantages of ar. advertisement* THE SLAUGHTER OF PLUMAGE BIRDS. The oft recurrent question of (tllle slaughter of plumage, birds for the decoration of women': i hats is again the subject -of agitation. According to Mr James Buckl.and, nearly all the Colonies of white herons or "snOwy egrets" >ln North America and Cihina, have been "shot out" by plume hunters, and the same proce.e is now going on iin South America. It is saicJ thar: it is no more oruel to shout herons than to shoot pheasants, but that is not true, be- cause hi the one case when the parent birds, are daitroyed, the young axe, left tel starve, and the plumage being ot its best during the mat- ing season it is then that the pirumo hunters are most busy. That is equaLly .true of all plumage birds,, 'which are everywhere, being I ruthlessly destroyed, a process which, despite all protests and talk of legislation, must lead to the extermination of many singularly beau- tiful species. A CHARMING COMBINATION. Black and white its admittedly a smart com- binattEon, but theie is alie,, hard and fat rule that cannot be broken with impunlity, in con- nection with it, namely, it must be worn in masses. The home worker frequently makes the miistake, of trimming black with close small designs of white, or of wearing a white yoke covered with black laciGi or guipure, or of adorn- ing a black da,ss with black and white passe- menterie, and even usually smart women and girls fail to manage a picturesque appearance when thus altered. A completely white dress, whether of muslin, cottion-of which we have such a delightful variety-or of cloth, with an ,an black hat, black gloves, black boa, and black sunshade (should the sun shine) black shoes and hosiery, has quite a different effect, so also has a black gown, with white hat, gloves, boa and sunshade, neither idea adding to one's years as the "patohy" notion does. THE "JUMPER" DREiSS. After afil their e is something to be said for the "jumper"—one piece dress—when one takes a 1 short trip on the Continent. If made of soft black satin it affords endless possibilities in the way of transformations. It should be cut low, and square at the neck, and trimmed with heavy black jet, or silver embroidery. For table d'hote a chemisette and long sleevs of black tucked chiffon, with a hiigh collar, is a s;lmple suggesrtGon for an occasion which offers many difficulties to travellers. Being unlined and tomelwhat scanty, it occupies the minimum of space, also a consideration. THE PRINCESS GOWN. The Princess dress iJs., however, to be pre- ferred. It is seen everywhere, and can be becomingly worn by young or middle-aged matron as well as by the maid' in her teens. It graces too, any occasion, just as it doeis all ages. It will be worn throughout the summer and autumn both short with deep flounce, and long with a. graceful train. Carried out in broderic Anglai-se a semi-princess looks re- markably wefcl, with deep embroidered flounce, and as it is easily made ait home, commend's it- sellf to the home dressmaker. I SPANISH COMBS AGAIN.. For evening wear the high Spanish comb has returned to favour, and the fashionable woman sees that lit is .studded w|ith the same jewels as she is. weairng in her eaca and upon her neck. At the mcsnenjt j eweUers report a great run upon amethysts, a state of affairs doubtless due to the mourning and .half-mourning still donned by Society women.
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