THE GOLOSMITHS' & SILVERSMITHS' STORES, 33 & 93, Mostyn St., Llandudno. o Advance in the Price of Diamonds and Pearls. o The Goldsmiths and Silversmiths Stores beg to specially intimate that all articles in their Magpigicent Collection of Diamond and Gem Jewellery positively remain as originally marked, and no consideration is given to the considerable advance in the price of fine stones. Also the prices are subject to a special End of the Season Discount of 10 per cent tor Cash. Connoisseurs of Fine Gems will find this unique collection worthy of a visit of inspection. Enquiry invited without any importunity to purchase. I QUEEN'S HOTEL, BLAENAU FESTINIOG. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL. THE BEST FISHING CENTRE IN WALES. Lovely Scenery Tickets may be obtained at the flo,el, Is. 6d. per clay 5s. per week (including boat). APPLY MANAGERESS. _'1 J-. B. JON ES, HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, And GENERAL DECORATOR -0- Workshop—JESacsIlx: Madoc ESTABLISHED 1877. J. and S. ROBERTS, Ironmongers, Plumbers, Painters, Glass Embossers and Signwriters, Gasfltters, Bellhangers, Electricians, &c., &c. Household Brushes, Plumbers' and Painters' Materials of all descriptions. Lamp and other Oils. JUBILEE SHOWROOMS, Lloyd St Llandudno Telephone 89. R. J. HILL, Harrington Hotel, MOSTYN STREET. WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT o — Agent for Marston, Thompson Evershed & Co., Brewers, Burton-on-T rent. Families Supplied. Prices on Application. Concerning Coal. A WARNING. LOWEST PRICES NOW RULING The steady increase in manufactures has already had its effect in raising the market, and if it does not amount to one of the periodical "booms," the CHARLBURY COAL CO. are able on the be3t authority to announce that consumers will have to pay considerably more for their fuel this season. There has not been a "rush" since the Eight HOUTS Ball cam,e into operaton and notwthstanding statements to the contrary, this measure has considerably re- duced the output, a result which with revival iin manufectures, must be felt in prices. Anxious that their clients should take advan- tage of the PRESENT LOW FIGURES, The Charlbury Coal Co. advise that winter supplies SHOULD BE LAID IN NOW. Household BlocK, specSLite A Coal now well-known throughout the Midlands and recognized by thousands of cus- tomers as a first-rate all-round Coal Per 16/3 Ton in 6 or 8 ton truck loads, carriage paid, to Llandudno Station. Pali List of various qualities and prices to other Stations on application. Only Address:- Charlbury Coal & Petroleum Co. 23, HAMILTON ROAD, READING. No Agents. Telegrams: "Fuel, Reading." LLANDUDNO HYDROPATHIC NEVILL CRESCENT. ESTABLISHED 1860. Registered for Telegrams, TNE HYDRO. TURKISH and other Baths OPEN TO VISITORS FROM 7 A.M. TO 6 P,M. DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS), WINTER TARIFF, including Turkish ussian and Warm Baths, 8s. per day. LLANDUDNO SANATORIUM AND CON VALE SCENT HOME FOR WOMEN, 5, OLONMEiL STREET.—This Home. is now open for the reception of Patients. Subscribers of £ 1 ls. can nominate one patient for three weeks, at 81 oost to the patient of 6s. per week. —Miss Finn em ore, matron.
THE; "WOBBLE." To the Editor- Sir,—In last week's "Advertiser" we are promised that this week we shall have the satisfaction of hearing a lady singer at the Pavilion who has not succumbed to the ''vice of the vibrato." I am looking forward with much pleasure to her advent. But I am at a loss to know why this intelligence should be specially addressed to Welsh singers, for the singers of all nationalities who have appeared on the Pavilion platform during" the last two years have to a very considerable extent been afflicted with the same disease, or "vice." Mr Elmlyn Evans, in the "Cerddor" a few months ago, said with regard to Wajles, that the singers had no vibrato when there were no voice trainers, and that the vibrato came in with the voice trainers. This corresponds with my recol- lection as regards North Wales in my youth. But now this ridiculous "wobble" is so much in evidence that it is quite a c c rare exception to hear a steady tone, and consequently the voices are generally out of tune, and rarely on the exact tone. I am constantly reminded of the old Scotch Eipitapih :—- "Here lies the body of Effie Coutts, Either here or here abouts; But- where she is noe ane can tell Till Effie rise, and tell hersel' Yours faithfullv, CYMRO.
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LLANDUDNO SEWERAGE, A ;C20,000 LOAN REQUIRED. THE SURVEYOR'S REPORT, DECISION OF THE COUNCIL. From time to time since April last the members of the Works Committee origin- ally, and subsequently the whole of the members of Llandudno. Council sitting in committee, have met to consider the re- port presented by the Engineer on the Sewage System of the town generally and the need of provision for the growing1 resi- dential and visiting population. The deliberations of the Councillors culminated in resolutions asking the Local G-vernment Board to sanction loans amounting in the aggregate to £ 20,300 for the purpose of carrying" out recom- mendations contained in the engineer's re- port, and this decision was arrived at on Friday last at the monthly meeting of the Council, presided over by Mr EL E. Bone. THE POSITION IN 1892-3. The history tf the sewerage of Llan- dudno in its present form begins in 1874, when Mr Baldwin Latham in accordance with instructions received from the Im- provement Commissions carried out a scheme which provided for an outfall about 1200 yards long discharging the sewerage. into the sea at a point where the current is always outwards. This outfall was extended to 1484 yards in September 1904. In 1892; Mr E. P. Stephenson, the engineer, reported on the scheme, in detail and Mr John T!. Wood, M.Inst. C.E., Liverpool, was instructed to go into the matter, fully and adviise; the Board of Commissioners on the matter. Mr Wood's report shewed that the Com- misioners in 1874 had been at fault in not carrying out Mr Baldwin Latham's inten- tions when designing the system. The Commissioners had, as is frequently the case even now, adopted a penny wise and pound foolish policy. The intention of the designer was to exclude all rainfall from the sewers. The designs were as stated not carried out, and the trouble in 1874 arose in a great measure for that reason. Both Mr Stephenson and Mr Wood agreed that the state of things existing should be accepted than to endeavour to separate, at that time the whole, of the storm water from the sewage, for the cost, inconvenience and annoyance to the inhabitants would be very great, but that in future extensions separate systems should be adopted. In 1891 the resident population was 7333 and the maximum population esti- mated to be. 20,000. The report of Mr Wood and recommendations were based on the assumption that the maximum population now rises above that figure and hence the need of extending the, sys- tem, so as to make provision for the next quarter of a century or even longer. THE SURVEYOR'S REPORT. The report of the, Surveyor is a. very lengthy one, and in it he re-iterates the need of continuing the principle of separate systems as originally designed by Mr La.thom, and states that all alterations and extensions since 1893 have been car- ried out as far as possible on those lines. The calculations for the, future are made from two standpoints; i.e., the area to be drained and the estimated population. The total area, within the Urban District above high water mark is 2686 acres, which are divided as follows —Area now drained to existing sewers, 281 acres; area, sewered and not yet developed but estimated to be developed 200 acres; area estimated to be developed and capable of being drained to existing sewers by branch sewers extensions,' 115 acres area rendered drainable. by an extension of the trunk sewers and branches there- from 104 acre's; area -not in any way dealt with under this report and which may not be developed for 70 years or more (chief- ly mountain land on Great Oriiie, Little Orme, Nantygamar and above Bodafon and Bryniau and between high water mark land adjoining the sea shore 1429 i n acres; areas also excluded as not being likely to be developed before the year 1941, 557 acres; total, 2686 acres. The report, goes on to show that in 1881 there, was an increase of 31 per cent on the previous census, 51 per cent in 1891, and 27 per cent in 1901. The percentage of increase until 1941 is 331, which would bring: the resident population to 28,679, and the total resident and visiting popu- lation to 86,034. That population would require a sewage system capable of deal- ing with 2,688,000 gallons per day or something; like a, million gallons per day over and above the capacity of the present sewers. The report then goes into details and deals with the probable necessity of erect- ing a, pumping: station, of deepening the agricultural ditch and provision of sur- face water sewers to prevent the flooding of low lying lands in the vicinity of the railway, Conway Road and Craigydon. THE WORKS COMlVIITT'EiE:'S RECOM- MENDATION. The Works Committee recommended the Council to adopt the. report, subject to modifications, the principal being the work of constructing the proposed pump- ing station be deferred until all other work has been completed, and .the. Coun- cil are in a positon to judge from results whether pumping be necessary, and that the proposed extension of the surface water system from the bottom of Old Road along' Church Walks to a new out- fall to be constructed in Llandudno Bay near the Pier or at such other point as may hereafter be decided upon by the Council at an estimated cost of L195 be not carried out until it has been ascer- tained from experience whether such ex- tension be necessary. The Chairman of the Council. and Mr W. H. Jones were given the. task of de- ciding in what order the work should be done, and they recommended the follow- ing to the Council —. 1. Work already decided upon, -27604 (originally £ 8-729 but reduced since last month). 2. Trunk sewer extension,. £ 7580. 3. Relaying of sewers with flat j gradients, £ 429. 4. Relaying surface water drains in Back Mostyn Street, Trinity Street from Charlton Street to Warehouse Street, Augusta. Street and Trinity Square. 5. Re-inverting culverts on agricul- tural ditch, £ 378. 6. Great 'Orme surface water scheme. £ 754, 7. Outfall opposite Nantvamar Road, £ 796. 8. Pumping- station building, £ 2504. Total, £20,300. Mr Robert Roberts introduced the question of a pumping station, and was of opinion that it shuld be decided upon forthwith. He proposed that the matter be referred to the Council in Committee for consideration. Mr Pierce. Jones seconded the motion, but it was lost on being put to the vote by a majority of one. On the motion of Mr Marks, however, the paragraph was amended to read as follows "T'hat the question of erecting a pumping station he deferred." On the motion of Mr Pierce Jones it was decided that the order of work be amended so that number seven be done after number four. It was then decided that the Local Gov- ernment Board be asked to sanction a loan for the whole amount. CONWAY ELECTION. GOLF AND TERRITORIALS. The nominations of -candidates for the four seats now falling vacant on the Con- way Town Council were handed on Mon- day to the Town Clerk, Mr T. E. Parry. The contest will be one of unusual com- plexity. On a straight party fight the z;, electorate has been notoriously change- able, sometimes returning" four Conser- vatives and sometimes four Liberals. At present the Liberals are in the, majority. The councillors who now retire are three Conservatives and one Liberal, namely, Mr James Porter, solicitor; Mr Fred J. Jones, confectioner; and Mr Edward Jones, Deganwy, Conservatives; and Mr 'Hugh Owen, Liberal. Mr Owen is not seeking re-election, but the three Conser- vative councillors have been again nom- inated. The fourth Conservative candi- date is Dr Ri. A. Pricharcl, an alderman whose term of office expires this year, and who has decided to cioiliei out as a candi- datel for a seat as a, councillor, assuming that the Liberals would oppose his re- election as an ajlderman. The four Liberal candidates aire Mr John Jones, builder, Mr J. Crossfieicl, boatbuilder, Mr J. W. Hughes, solicitor, and Mr Thomas E. Hughes, architect, of De- ganwy. Elach party, it will be seen, runs a Deganwy resident as one of its nominees. The question whether the. Morfa, is to be exploited as a camping gjrouncl for Terri- torial troops or as a, golf course is said to be the leading factor in the contest now proceeding!. Some Special Reserve battalions train- ed on the Morfa last season, but no Ter- ritorials, and in som quarters the Coun- cil are being blamed for the loss which the town sustanect owing to the non-ap- pearance of the citizen troops who, up to last summer, had visited the district an- nually for a, generation or more. This, it appears, is to be a prominent factor in the election. TI-iat the absence of the Ter- ritorials was in any way due to the Coun- cil is denied "emphatically, but certain sections of the ratepayers have the opinion that the golf interest is antagonistic to the development of the camping ground and mean to make the question a, test one in the present election.
LIST OF VISITORS. THE CRAIGYDON—Misses Middleton and Wood. Mr T. E: Pierce, resident Mr Castle, do Mrs and Miss Gilbert, do Mrs Collester, do Mr and Mrs Grindlay, Ise-of-Wight Mr and Mrs Rylands, Birmingham Mrs and Miss Forrester, Wilmslow Miss Simpson, Liverpool Mr and Mrs Jarvis, Hanley Mr and Mrs Buchanan, Paton Mr and Miss Shone, Birkenhead Rev. W, and Mrs Brookes, Whaley Bridge o
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PLACES OF WORSHIP. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SERVICES. PARISH OF LLANDUDNO. (English Services). ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH, Church Walks-I Clergy—Rev. LI. R Hughes, M.A., Rector; Rev. W. E. Jones, B.A., Rev. E. Lumley, B.A., Rev. T. A. Morgan Jones, L.D., assistant clergy. Hiofly Communion Sundays, and Holy Days, 7 a.m.; 1st Sunday in the month, and Fes- tivals 7 a.m. and 10 a.m. Matins.—Sundays and Festivals, 10 a.m. Holy Communion, Sundays and Holy Days, 8 2nd and 4th Sundays dn the month, and Festival 8 a.m. and 12 45 p.m. Matlins.-Sundayand Festivals, 11 30 a.m. (Sermon); Holy Days, 11 30 a.m.; Daily at 7 45 a..m, ST. GEORGE'S CHURCH— (Welsh Services). (Sermon); Holy Days, 10 a.m. Evensong.—Sundays and Festivals 6 (Ser- mon) Holy Days 7 (Sermon) Daily, 7 p.m. (Sermon on Wednesdays). HOLY TRINITY CHURCH,—Holy Com- munion.—Sundays and Holy Days, 8 a.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays in the month, 8 a.m. and 12 15" p.m.; Festivals at 7 a.m., 8 a.m. aind 12 15 p.m. Thursdays, 11 30 a.m. Matins.—Sundays,, with Sermon, 11 a.m. On Sundays during August and, if necessary, during a part of July and September, Matins and Sermon at 10 15 a.m. and 11 30 a.m. Holy Days, 11 a.m. Daily at 8 a.m. Evensong.—Sundays, with' Sermon at 6 30; Holy Days, with Sermon, at 7; Daily at 7. Children's Servce on Sundays, at 3 15 p.m. ST. TUDNO'S CHURCH (Sundays during Summer).—Holy Communion, 1st Sunday in the month after 11 a.m. service. Matins and S-armon 11 a.m. Evensong and Sermon 5 30 p.m BODAFON SCHOOL (Welsh Services).—Holy Communion.—3rd Sunday in the month, 10 30 a.m., Matins and Sermon.—Sundays, 10 30 a.m., Evensong and Sermon.—Sundays, 6 p.m. Festivals and Fridays, 7 p.m. ST. BEUNO'S MISSION CHURCH.—Matins (EnglSish) 10 30; Evensong and Sermon (Wels-h) at 6; Tuesdays at 7. Children's Ser- vice 1st Sunday in the month. PARISH OF EGLWYSRHOS. Clergy: Rev. John Francis Reece, B.A., Vicar and Surrogate. Rev. D. L. Williams, M.A., MOlSltyn Avenue. Rev. Richard Joaies, B.A., Nevill Crescent. Rev. David Charles Davies, B.A., Deganwy. Lay Reader: Mr LJ. Cynfaen Evans, Pen- rhynsidet ST. PAUL'S CHURCH, LLANDUDNO. Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 6 30 p.m. Hoiiy Days, 10 a.m. and 7 30 p.m. WednfJsdaYE. 7 30 p.m. Holy Communion oin 1st and 3rd Sunday, at 11 a.m. on every Sunday and holy days, at 8 a.m.; Thursdays, 11 a.m. Children's Ser- vice every 1st Sunday at 3 p.m. Daily Service at 10 a.m. and, 6 p.m. ALL SAINTS' CHURCH, DEGANWY. Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong, 6 30 p.m. Holy Days, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Thursdays, 7 p.m. Holy Communion every Sunday at 8 a-m.; 2nd and 4th, at 11 a.m. Children's Service every 1st Sunday at 2 45 p.m. LLANRHOS CHURCH— Matins, 11 a.m.; Evensong (Welsh), 5 45 p.m. Ditto English, 7 p.m. Friday, Welsh Service, at 7 15 p.m. Holy Communion 1st Sunday at 11 a.m., 2nd Sunday (in Welsh) at 10 a.m. 3rd Sunday at 8 a.m. MISSION ROOM, PENRHYNSIDE. Welsh Service at 10 30 a.m.; English Service 6 30 p.m. Wednesday at 7 p.m. ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH, Alexandra Road- Sunday at 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. Sunday School 2 30. Tuesdays at 7 p.m. NONCONFORMIST CHURCH SERVICES. ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Llewelyn Street—Minister, Rev, J. Irvon Davies. Services at 11 a.m. and 6-30 p.m. ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL, Mostyn Street. Rev. J. Raymond, Pastor. Services at 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m.; Sunday School at 2 30 p.m. Wednesday Evenings at 7, Prayer Meeting. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH—Minis- te-T, Rev. W. Phillips, M.A. Services, 11 a.m. and; 6 30 p.m. School, 2 30. Wednesday .avenitng Services at 7. ST. JOHN'S ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Mostyn StTeet.-Rev. T. E. Ham, Resident Minister. Services at 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Friday Evening, Public Meeting for Prayer at 8. CRAIGYDON MISSION.— Sunday School at 3, Evening Service at 6. WELSH BAPTTST,-Tabernac,le, Llewelyn St. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. David Davies, pastor SALEM, Ade'phi Street. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. H. Bryn Davies, pastor. HOREB, Great Orme. 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev. H. Bryn Davies, pastor. EBENEZER WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Lloyd Street. Resident Minister, Rev. Richard Roberts.. Sundays: Morning Service at 10. School 2; Evaning Service, 6. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL (Shiloh). Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sabbath School, 2 p.m., Rev E. 0 Davies> B.Sc WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL (Rehoboth).—Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sabbath School, 2 p.m ..Pastor, Rev. H. C. Lewis, B.A., B.D. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL (Bethania), Crv,.gydon-Pastor, Rev. Evan Hughes. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sab- bath School,, 2 p.m. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODIST CHAPEL (Hyfrydle), Great Orme's Head—Ministry, Supplies. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sab- bath School, 2 p.m. wJiLSH INDEPENDENT CHAPEL, Deganwy Street. Services at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sun- day School art 2 p.m. THE WARREN WELSH WESLEYAN CHAPEL Pastor, Rev. Richard Roberto.. Services, 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; School, 2 p.m. OAERSALEM MISSION, Cwlach Road—Rev. Richard Roberts. Sunday Services at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; School, 2 p.m. THE MISSION. Adelpbi Street—Simple Gospel Services on Sundays, at 6 30 p.m, CATHOLIC CHURCH, L'loyd Street—Rev. Father Radcliffe. Mass at 8 and' 11 a.m. and Evening Service at 6 30 p.m. on Sundays. Week days at ? p.m.
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VITAL STATISTICS.—The return of ■births and deaths during the month of September has been presented, from which it appeared that the births and deaths were at the following rate per 1000 per annum of the population, viz. Births, 17.6; deaths, 7.2