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 Position per contract. SALES by Auction, Entertainments, Sermons, Trade Notices, Eisetddlfodau, etc. 3d. per line, or 2s. 6d. per inch displayed. SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSES, 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 words Is Od Is 9d 2s 3d 20 lis 3d 2s 3d 3s Od. 25 Is 6d 2s 9d 3s 6d. 30 „ Is 9d 3s Od 4s 3d. „ 40 „ 2s 3d 4-s Od 5s 6d. BIRTHS and Deaths are charged Is. Marriages, 2s. No Advertisement booked under 2s. 6d. BUSINESS ADVERTISEMENTS. DOUBLE Oolumn.-One insertif)n 3s. per inch; 4 insertions 2s. 6d. per inch; 8, 2s. 3d. 13 2s.; 26 Is. 6d.; 52 Is. 3d. SINGLE Coliumn.-One insertion, 2s. per inch; 4 dnse-rtions Is. 8d.; 8, Is. 6cL 13, Is. 4d; 26, Is.; 52, lOd. A DISCOUNT of 10 per cent. allowed on pre- payment for continuous Advertisements. ALTj communications and payments by cheques or poatal orders should be addressed to Edge and Moy, "Advertiser" Office, Llan- dudno. (Tuition. £ ANSDOWNE JJOUSE gCHOOL AND KINDERGARTEN, ABBEY ROAD. LLANDUDNO ALSO York House Preparatory School for Boys IP ADJOINING LANSDOWNE. PRINCIPALS— Miss Raw and Miss Bennett. 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. W. BEZANT LOWE, M.A., F.C.S.. First- Cla-ss 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 Examina- tions.—Apply, Cae Carw, Llanfairfechan. SINGING LESSONS. MR. ALFRED JORDAN, Of the Principal London and Provincial Concerts, ATTENDS RESIDENTS' HOUSES, AT HOMES & CONCERTS in Llandudno and Neighbourhood. 0 For terms apply Rosedale, Deganwy MR. T. OSBORNE ROBERTS, (Organist English Baptist Chapel) PIANO, ORGAN, SINGING & THEORY. Pupils prepared for all recognised Examinations, HIGHFIELD, LLOYD STREET, LLANDUDNO. T. W. STODDART, PIANIST. AT LIBERTY FOR DAISCES, BALLS, CONCERTS, &c. Southern Dale, Bobyfryd Rd., Llandudno. I IT RESTS WITH a Y°U. yrk The return of wintry*^ weather means a return V of coughs,colds and other W hard weather troubles. Security against pulmonary effects should they once gain a hold of your system can be obtained by regular doses of I troubles, or against serious after effects should they once gain a hold of your system can be obtained by regular doses of. which is*a truly palatable combination of refined cod liver oil, the hypophosp aites of lime and soda, bound together with Carra- geen or Irish moss. It is nutritive and Invig- orating—good for lung, aud body building, good for making good the ravages of lung troubles, Buy a bottle to-dayand make a bid for renewed vitality. Price 2s., 2s. and 3s. 9d. By post Is. 4d. 2s. 4d.. and 4s. 2d. J. WINTER & CO., M PS. Pharmacists, Llandudno J. WINTER & CO., M.P.S. Pharmacists, Llandudno CLARENCE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, N.W. Central Position. Near to Goll 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 Hippodrome Skating Rink. WINTER SESSION Wednesdays & Saturdays 2 to 5. 7 to 10. Contract Tickets, £,1 1s., inclusive of Skates and Admission, available every Wednesday and Saturday from November 2nd, 1910, to April 1st, 1911, and during the Christmas Holiday, may be obtained at the Rink. Prices to Non-Contractors will rema,in as during the Summer Session. Gentlemen, Admission 6d. Skates ls. Ladies', Admission and Skates, Is. SPECIAL NOTICE. Mr. W. JACKSON the well-known pawnbroker, of Manchester, having taken over the business as a going concern from Mr. S. Laserson, of Llandudno, has decided before the necessary alterations are started to clear the whole stock by private treaty, and everything will be re- marked specially for this Sale, and goods will be sold for less than cost of any wholesale house. The Sale will commence on Oct. 31st and continue for a few days only. The stock tis up-to-date and consists of General Drapery, Clothing (gents and ladies), Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, Jewellery, Plate. Watches. Umbrellas, Rib- bons, Ties, Collars, Underclothing, Cameras, Kodaks, Opera and Field Glasses in Large Variety. Large Stock of Second-hand Clothing, forfeited, to be cleared at any price. CALL EARLY TO SECURE THESE BARGAINS KoTE ADDRESS— w. jacksojh, Pawnbroker and JewelJer, 125, MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO. Money Lent on Plate, Watches, Jewellery, Furaiture Pianos, Sewing Machines and Clothing of every description. Llandudno Coaching & Carriage Co. Ltd. ■ ALL COACH TOURS I FROM LLANDUDNO Start Daily from the ST. OEOBOffS & QUEEN'S HOTELS. Stan Far, Orand Loop Tour 9 45 10 Snowdon Loop Tour 10 6 Bettws-y-coed .10 o 7- Penmaenmawr 10 0f 4" 2 30 Oolwyn Bay 2 30 2 G Bodnant Hall 2 30 4/- Aber Waterfalls .11 o 5/- New Short Looo 2 30 4. I- ity of St. Asaph .10 0 7/- M enai Bridge -.10 0 8/- For further particulars we Coaching Guide. ^IJPERIOR PRIVATE COACHES, RUBBER- TYRED CARRIAGES, WAGGONETTES, X3G-CARTB, TONY TR^PS, SADDLE HORSES ON HIKE. Booking: Ofnces- 1 OACH OFFICE, Qupen's HoteJ GardeD Telephone No 9. COACH OFFICE at Pier Gtt-m HAVE YOU CORNS? REMOVE THEM IN THREE DAYS BY USING AMERICAN Corn Sills:. Ph. J., Form 772. I Price 6d. per box. Kate N. Horniblow M.P.S. Dispensing and Photographic Chemist, 4, Queen's Buildings, Llaqdudqo. Telephone No. 140 Tight Boots & Qoriris. | Tight boots are not always the cause || of corns, although they usually get blamed for them. Ill-fitting boots, I whether too large or too small, will H produce corns—and when they do if appear try II Mercers ealosol which will remove them quickly and w painlessly. « It costs 9^d. per bottle, a small 1| 2 price when you consider the relief 11 it brings. h To be obtained only from H FRANK N. MERCER, B Pharmaceutical Chemist, i| 101, Mostyn St., Llandudno I Telephone No. 41. rag L GiIJ ESTABLISHED 1E78. F. BB,UC:&:S.A. Auctioneer, Valuer, House and Estate Agent, SALES of EVERY DESCRIPTION UNDERTAKEN WITH PROMPT CASH SETTLEMENT. Sale book always open for Clients' Inspection. MANSION OR COTTAGE FURNISHED ON THE EASY PAYMENT SYSTEM. Cash Advanced from A20 Upwards. Low rate of interest. Strictly confidentia Office—4, Tudno Street, Llandudno. ST. MORITZ, PRIVATE NURSING & CONVALESCENT HOME, LLANDUDNO. Under the supervision of a trained nurse with resident trained staff, including masseuse. Inclusive terms for con- valescents from 2 guineas per week. 2 Nurses supplied.—Apply, Nurse Roberts. ■ u- Roberts & Co., Ltd, I SCULPTORS, MONUMENTS in Granite, Marble I and Stone fixed in any part of the Country. Designs and Estimates Free WORKS & STUDIO- Adjoining Railway Station. MOTOR COACH Loop o Tours Booking Offices: PIKE GATES /$BfD NEXT TO G.P.O Miscellaneous, BOOK DEBTS Purchased, cash down, any district.—W. Jackson, 26, Corporation Street, Manchester. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother who values the Health and Cleanliness of her child! should use HARRISON'S 'RELIABLE' NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strength- ens the Hair. In tins 4d. and 9d. Postage Id. Geo. W, Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Sold by Chemists. Agents for Llandudno:—J. Winter, 3, Mostyn Street; Deganwy, W. Hartle. SERVANTS WANTED.—A Registry Office for Servants has been opened at Albany View, Lloyd Street.—H. Higginbottom, Proprietor. RHOS-ON-SEA.—For Detached 9- roomed House. Rent, £ 55. Price, only £ 900. Freehold.—Brackstone and Co., Colwyn Bay. GRAND THEATRE, LLANDUDNO.- To Let for Concerts, Meetings, Dramatic Performances, etc. during winter months. -Apply, A G. Pugh, Llewelyn Chambers Llandudno. LLANDUDNO1. —Elxbel^ent Boarding House, Established 24 years, accomodates 50 guests, fine d'ning rooms, good situa- tion. Pier 2 minutes, station 6 minutes. Proprietor retiring. Furniture, at valua- ton,Apply, Alfred G. Pugh, Chartered Accountant, Llandudno. RAT RE 'COR,DS;Rodine is the most Deadly Rat Poison. Leave no smell. No failure or trouble. Certain death. Prices, 6d., Is., 2s., 3s. and 5s. Post, 2d. T. Harley, Chemist, Perth. Agent, Winter and Co., Chemists, Llandudno. LLANDUDNO.-—Winter Apartments or Board Residence. Private sitting room. Central for Pier and Golf Links.—Lyn- dale, Maelgwyn Road. MILK ROUND wanted with good con- nection in or near Llandudno for Cash,— Reply in strict confidence No. 91, "Adver- tiser" Office, Llandudno. WALLPAPERS from lyd. per Roll. Any quantity, laæge or small, wholesale prices. Stock exooedJs 250,000 rolls all classes. Write for patterns, stating class required. (Dept. 130) BARNETT WALLPAPER Co., Ltd., Knott Mill, Manchester. YOUNG SWISS LADY wishes to give French and German lessons in the even- ing hours.—Address, 11, "Advertiser" Office, Llandudno. TO BE LET.-Offices in central position at reasonable rentals.—Apply, R,. T. Culley and Co., Ltd., Carlton Buffet, Mostyn Street. MOLESKINS.—MOEERARD BROS., FURRIERS, EDINBURGH, announce increase in price for MOLESKINS. Send for particulars. AVANTED.—Thoroughly good Washer- 1-1 woman.—Apply to Mrs Travis, "Hather- ton/ Maelgwyn Road.
BIRTH. On October 18th, at 1927 Waldeck Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, U.S.A, the wife of Prof. Sam Higginbottom, B.A., of a daughter, -1,1 DEATH. LARiOCHE.-At her residence, Mostyn Street, Llandudno, on November 1st, Mrs Louise Sylvester Laroche, aged 58 years.
TEACHERS' SALARIES. To the Editor Sir,—When I Wintered into this con- troversy, I can assure you it was not in the hope of converting the Correspondent of the Llandudno Church Schools to my views, nor of inducing him to regard the matter from the educational standpoint. I thought the public were entitled to know why the Education Committee could not pay full' salaries to unqualified teachers, and I am under considerable obligation to you for publishing my letters in your columns. For the rest, we will allow my reverend frend to make his exit arm in arm with William Pitt, and your readers, without exercising1 much imagination, wlli appre- ciate the combination. Yours faithfully, RALPH, FISHER.
AN APPEAL. WORK FOR THE UNEMPLOYED. To the Editor. Dear Sir,-I shall feel much obliged if you will permit me, through the medium of your paper, to appeal to owners and occupiers of property in Llandudno to take early steps to put in hand such works of repair and renovation to their premises as they may intend to carry out before next summer. The time between now and Christmas affords a good opportunity for the satis- factory execution of works of painting, paperhanging and generail, repairs, and if taken advantage of in the manner sug- gested would assist the Local Authority in their efforts to find work for the unem- ployed. I am, sir, Your obedient servant, ERNEiST E. BONE, Chairman of the Council. Town Hall, Llandudno, 31st October, 1910.
LLANDUDNO BAKER'S FAILURE. At the Bangor Bankruptcy Court on Thursday Thomas Meredith, baker and grocer, Artro Villa, Trinity Street, Llan- dudno, was publicly examined. He re- turned his gross liabilities as £ 627 16s. 4d., the deficiency being, £:159 Is. 7d. He ascribed his insolvency to "bad debts, giv- ingi credit, loss on goods/' The 'Official Receiver reported that the debtor, who was 53 years of age, had car- ried on business at the New Bakery for thirteen years and before that for about six years at Bodafon Road at Llandudno. He stated that he had no capital when he started in business, but £ 10 borrowed from an uncle, and since repaid, and 215 g:)t from his wife, still said to be due. The debtor was the owner of the lease- hold bakehouse, which he purchased in 1901 for £ 490 and mortgaged then for £ 450. The sum now due on the mortgage was scheduled, at £:495 9s. 10d., the value of the property being estimated at JE400, leaving £ 95 9s. 10d. unsecured. There was no stock in the shop at the date of the receiving order. The wife had been tenant of Artro Villa for nine months, and the debtor before that time. The wife claimed all the furniture and effects there on the ground that she bought them from her own savings and earnings, the earn- ings being for lodging-house keeping. The debtor had kept no cashbook or pro- per books, and admitted knowledge of in- solvency twelve months ago or a little more. Questioned by Mr Tobicas, the debtor said that his wife made R,104 out of the house last year, compared with 297 for the previous year. The Assistant Official Receiver: How much a week did you allow your wife 7- Nothing in money. You are unique. You ought to be set on al pinnacle by yourself. On the application of Mr Tobias, who remarked that the case was a most extra- ordinary one, the examination was closed.
LLANDUDNO & DISTRICT FIELD CLUB. In connection with the above club a Loan Exhibition is held in the Town Hall and Council Chamber from T'uesday, November 22nd to Friday, November 25th. A large number of exhibits of archaeological and scientific interest have been promised, and there will be a micro- scopical section. On the evening of Wednesday, Novem- ber 23rd, the, annual Conversazione will take place, and Dr. J. S. Elliott, of Ches- ter, will show with the aid of a lantern his coloured photographic slides illustrat- ing the Chester Pageant. A musical pro- gramme will also be arranged. On the Thursday Mr Arthur Acton, of Wrexham, will deliver a short lecture on his excavation of Roman remains at Holt Chester. A committee of lady members has been appointed to make arrangements for music, decorations and refreshments as fo,lows -Mrs Humphreys, Mrs Dunphy, Miss Dunphy, Miss Woodcock, Mrs Leacb, Mrs Brookes, Miss Bamford, Mrs Dea^den, Mrs Marks, Miss Raw, Miss Holmes, Miss IMiddleton, Mrs Parsons Mrs Williams, Miss Wace, and Mrs Underwood. Tickets (admitting for the tour days) and including refreshments on tho Wednesday evening. Members, 2s. non-members, 3s., may be obtained from any of the above ladies.
"Have you been allowing games of chance in your house ?" said the magis- trate to a delinquent publican. "No, your worship—no," wa,s the defence; "there was no chance about it. Everybody cheated."
Tragedy on the Great Orme. NURSEMAID'S TERRIBLE DEATH. At noon to-day (Friday) a terrible tragedy occurred on the Great Orme, re- sulting in the death of nursemaid, named Annie Plant, and serious injury to the four-year old daughter of Dr. Malland. The Bowers, Altrincham, whose wife is a sister of Mrs Wills, Glasfryn, Abbey Road, and was on a vsit there with her two little girls. Just before noon the nurse and two children were strolling on the high cliff just beyond the Happy Valley ToMgate. There does not appear to be any actual eye-witness of what preceded the fall, but a boatman saw the nurse and child fall from the rocks above, a distance of about 150 feet to the Marine Drive. It is sur- mised that the child slipped and that the nurse tried to save her, falling over the cliff herself in the attempt. The child was in the nurse's arms when picked up on the down the cliff together. It is surmised that the child slipped and that the nurse tried to save her, falling over the cliff herself in the attempt. The child was in the nurse's arms when picked up on the Marine Drive. The nurse was quite dead. Her skull was terribly fractured, and death must have been instantaneous. The little girl had also been seriously in- jured about the head. She was first taken to the residence of Dr. Nicol and then to Glasfryn. It is expected that she will recover. An elder girl, aged 8 years, was also in charge of the nurse, but fortunately remained safely at the top of the Orme. The body of the Nurse, who was about thirty years of age, was conveyed to the Mortuary, and an inquest will be held on Saturday.
GARDEN THEFTS AT GLODDAETH. EX-SOLDIEIR SMARTLY SENTENCED. At. a Special Police Court on Friday morning, Henry Williams, Llysfaen View, Penrhynside, was charged before Dr. Dal- -ton and Alderman Robt, Roberts with stealing a, quantity of carrots, the pro- perty of the, Mostyn family, from Glod- daeth Old Gardens. Inspector Owen, said that complaints having been made of thefts from the gardens a, watch was set, with the result that the accused was caught in the act that morning. The thefts had been going on twice a week for nearly a year. Richard Yates, head gardener at Glod- daeth, said that in consequent of the thefts that had been going 011 he with two police officers watched the garden on Thursday nglht, As the clock a.t Conway struck half-past five Friday morning he saw a man enter, but could not say who it was. Later he saw accused in the custody of the police officers. The bag' of carrots produced was in his possession at the time and the carrots had just been pulled out of the ground. He also had some paper bags in his possession, and had pro- bably been disturbed before he had finish- ed. Accused had worked at the gardens last winter, having been taken on when he was not required out of charity by Lady Augusta Mostyn. He worked well at first, but afterwards got rather slack. He knew [ the ins and outs of the place. Accused had no questions to ask, but stated that he was suffering from a strain- ed heart and could not work. P.C. Williams, Penrhynside,, said that he was on duty at the gardens with P.C. Lewis on Thursday night, having been in- structed to keep a watch on account of a series of robberies. At half-past five he saw. accused in the gardens pulling up carrots, and charged him with stealing them. Accused replied, "I have got nothing to say only I must get money to pay my rent and get something to eat." In reply to the bench as to the habits of the accused, the officer said that Wil- liams was always at home, and complain- ed of his heart as his reason for not working. His wife sold watercress in Llandudno. In reply to Inspector Owen, the Chair- man said there was no need for P.C. Lewis to be called to corroborate. Accused decided to be dealt with sum- marily, and said he had been ill in the hospital and attended by Dr. Nicol and Dr. Davies, who had said that he should only do light outdoor work. The Chairman What is your trade. Accused I do odd jobs in hotels and restaurants. I have no standing trade. Inspector Owen Have you been in the navy. Accused: I was in it for ten years and five months, and then invalided out. I have got two medals. The Humane Society medal for saving life off the West Coast of Africa, and the Ashantee War medal. After a lengthy deliberation, the Chair- man passed a sentence of two months hard labour, and informed accused that the prison doctor would examine the state of his heart.
While walking along the street at Crilccieth on Wednesday afternoon Mrs Mary Charlotte Hopkinson, residing at Brynbella, Criccieth, fell into the arms of her companion and died. Mrs Hopkinson, who was 78 years of age, was the widow of a well-known musician and a daughter of the late Mr Wyatt, at one time estate agent to Lord Penrhvn.
THE MIKADO. AMATEJURíS' PE[R[FÜ[RiMANCEiAT THE GRAND THEATRE, For the third year in succession, Miss Lena Thomas and friends, of Colwyn Bay, have presented at the Grand Theatre one of Sullivan's operas, the proceeds as formally being devoted to a local charity. At this last production on Thursday last the services of Mr E. Thornley-Dodge had again been secured as actor-manager, and Mr H, Lyell-Taylor as musical director. Needless to say, both appointments left nothing to be desired, the orchestra as a matter of fact being quite the- best we have heard, at any amateur performance, for some time past. The staging, scenery and costumes were all excellent. The choruses were, if some- what weak at times, well rendered and tuneful throughout. The quartettes, trios, and duetts had been icarefully rehearsed, and were most deservedly encored. A most pronounced success of the pro- duction was Mr A. E. Bird's "Pooh-Bah." It is the first time we have seen him in comic opera, at Llandudno, and we con- gratulate Miss Lena Thomas on having secured such a clever actor to support her company. Mr Wm. Hughes' "Nanki-Poo" struck us as being somewhat tired in his renditions, due no doubt to the fact it was the third successive nights performance of a very exacting role. A light tenor, the efforts to be distnctly heard were evi- dently telling their tale, all the same he acted smartly and entered into the role of a lover with an enthusiasm that thorough- ly delighted the house. Mr G. C. Skelsey, "The Mikado," pos- sesses an excellent voice for the part. His solos were well sung, but he was some- what hurried in his dialogue. We feel confident he is capable of doing greater n justice to this, or any other part that may be entrusted to him. Mr W. O. Roberts as "Pish-Tush" look- ed the part and sang most acceptably. Like Nanki-Poo he is evidently a "J ap," who has long lifved in Wales. Miss May Thomas, "Yum-Yum," who was well supported by Miss Elsie Crowther and Miss Louie Clark in the respective roles, "Pitti-Sing" and "Peep p- Bo," was part perfect, and came through a very exacting part with distinction. Miss Lena Thomas's "Katisha" was another success in a thankless part. The duett with Ko-Ko was one. of the hits of the evening, and no little of the applause at the finale, was apportioned to Miss Lena Thomas in recognition of the great aid to charity, her productions are be- stowing; in Llandudno and Colwyn Bay. Mr Thornely-Dodge as "Ko-Ko" intro- duced no end of local touches into his part, and was throughout polished in his humour. Eincores were showered upon him, and he worked indefatigably to secure what is admittedly the best all round production our Oolwyn Bay friends have given us. At the fall of the curtain the leads were called before the curtain. Mr Thornley- Dodge, who handed on Miss Lena Thomas, waiited for the applause to sub- side, and said "Ladies and gentlemen, on behalf of Miss Lena Thomas, I thank you most heartily for the warmth of your reception this evening. We wish the Llan- dudno Amateur Operatic Society every possible success in their forthcoming- pro- duction of the "Pirates of Penzance," and personally I shall be most pleased to give them every possible assistance that lies in my power, and further I intend to break through my usual rule, of not attending amateur operatic productions, and shall be present." Mr Thornlev Dodge's remarks were loudly applauded. We append the full caste of the opera The Mikado of Japan, Mr G. C. Skel- sey; Nanki-Po (his son, disguised as a Wandering Minstrel and in love with Yum-Yum), Mr W Hughes; Ko-Ko (Lord High Executioner), Mr E. Thornley- Dodge; Poo-Bah (Lord High Everything Else), Mr A. E. Bird; Pish-Tush (a Noble Lord), Mr Wr, O. Roberts; Yum- Yum, Miss May Thomas; Pitti-Sing, Miss Elsie Crowther; Peep-Bo, Miss Louie Clark (three sisters-wards of Ko-Ko) Kafcsha (an elderly lady, in love, with Nanki-Poo), Miss Lena Thomas; chorus of Schoolgirls, Nobles and Guards: Misses May Clarke, Amy Croker, Dorothy Daviles, Ruth Gregory, Violet Harrison, Jennie Jones, Gladys Lloyd, Clara Miller, Vera Malam, Laura, Morgan, Etlsie Potter, Kate Roberts, Marie Roberts, Nellie Smith, Mary Sager, Jennie Sager, Gladys Tozer, Lilla Tr nn ok. Hilda Wharton, Walker, Mrs Daley. Messrs. A. Bregazzi, Davenport, Daley, Ei. H. Fleet, Gilham, Hulme, Haslem, Hooson, J. Roberts, Taylor, G. Madren, G. Wadge, J. 0. Wil- liams, Ri. EL Williams, H. Warlow.
THEI SHADES OF AUTUMN.—With the falling leaf around us, we are reminded that the summer has passed, and to pre- pare for the long dreary winter evenings. It is during the cold months that the de- licious beverage, Tea, is more fully appre- ciated. Horniman's Pure Tea has a dis- tinctive flavour and aroma, obtainable only by the expert blending of young spring leaves from the finest gardens of India, China and Ceylon. Is sold "Full weight without the wrapper." Sold in Llandudno by T. and R. D. Jones, Grocers, Oxford Road; H. and J. Owen, The Steam Bakery; Parry and Son, Corner of Pleasant and Victoria. Streets; Roberts, 37, Mostyn Street; W. G. Wil- liams, Upper Mostyn Street; Llandudno Junction—by T. Jones, Grocer, Post Office.
The new "pillar-box" costume will be useful for the woman who wants to catch the male. "Yes," said the determined man. "when that waiter resented the smallness of my tip I took the! case to the proprietor of the restaurant," And what did the pro- prietor do 1" "He gave the waiter some money out of his own pocket, and apologised to him for having such a cus- tomer."