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RHOS CHAIR EISTEDDFOD. BALANCE SHEET FOR 1909. RECEIPTS. EXPENDITURE. s d s e. Subscriptions 38 o o Prizes 116 6 6 Tickets 139 1 8 Tent, &c. 44 5 3 I)ay Receipts no 6 9 Printing H. 28 10 6 Advertisements 9 19 6 Adjudicators, Harpist, Piano Programmes 693 and Accompanists 20 17 6 Art Exhibition 3 4 3 Advertising 7 14 4 Reduction in Prizes 015 o Commission on Tickets 6 12 5 Park .i 4 0 0 Rhos Silver Band 3 o o Police Services & Rdreshmeot 2 19 o Bardie Chair 2 17 6 Turnstiles 1 10 o Services at Turnstiles. 1 19 6 Incidentals 1 14 8 Timber and Labour erecting Turnstiles 1 13 6 Secretaries' Expenses 311 o Honorariums 15 10 6 By Balance, beingprorit -44 14 3 ;63-7 16 5 £ j<yj 16 5 "1'1 £ s d r a By Balance brought forward & s from 1907—1908. 59 16 10 Balance ia Bank and in Payments made subsequent Treasurers' hands, July, ..09 100 5 1 to issue of last Balance » Sheet on a/c of 1908 Eis. 5 17 6 T 53 19 4 TO Banfc Interest 1 n 6 Balance being profit on '08 Eisteddfod per above 44 14 3 IOO 5 1 I005 x DAVID BOWEN, rT—T SAMUEL JONES, JOHN DAVIES, Lodge, J Aud,tors' Treasurer. ON SALE BRAND NEW SET HARMSWORTH ENCYCLOPEDIA, Handsomely Bound. Sacrifice for £ 2 ios.-Apply- X L 20, Herald Office. ON SALE LAND and BRICKS in Osborne St., Rhos. —Apply Mrs Frank Da vies, )1 Erwgerrig, Rhos. FOR SALE. *1 AAA GOOD BUSINESS ENVEL- Jt V/ OPES for 2/6.—Call and see same at Herald Office. TENDERS TENDERS are invited for the erection T of a 1 NEW HOUSE. Plans and Specifications can be seen at TED JONES, fClogger) Hall Street, Rhos. Tenders to M sent in by, Oct. 5, 1909 ESTABLISHED 1898. ASSISTANT INSPECTORS OF A OF MINES, Mine Managers' Exams., Scholarships, and Associateship in MINING, &c,, Candidates prepared. Private Lessons hy Post. Geology, Min- ing, Engineering, Electricity and Survey- i»ff. Certificates awarded. Write for Syllabus. — CAMBRIAN MINING SCHOOL, tSJanffrwd, Porth, Glam. LONDON IMPERIAL HOTEL, Rus- sell Square. Orchestra daily in 'Winter Gardens. Bedford Hotel, South- ampton Row. Central for business or ftteasure; near chief railway stations, 6ealres and shops. "Premier" Hotel, Southampton Row. Quiet, comfortable t.ote1. Room, breakfast and bath from & Pension, 6/ mugjiffi Tii iw TnTiTTim nnir»naf*wnirTirrfrnr na rt^-rr'^fiMritifir.rf tile/Ie gDod, tIU tneII1 ARTHUR DAVY'S Celebrated Royal Cam- bridge Sausages, 9d lb. Choicest Tomato Saus- ages, 9d per lb. Good Quality Thin Saus- ages, 7d per lb. Jfclicious Yorkshire Brawn 6d per lb. Yorkshire Pork Pies, Small Size, 2d each. Larger sizes to order. t&ESH ARRIVALS, THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS. SOLE AGENT- IOBERT JARVIS, 11 Campbell Street, Rhos, Westminster Stores, Ponkey ■■■■HBHHHHHnaMMHMiflHniaBnHHiannnnBBnBnnMBBBBBBBDi (BILLY BRAY.' DARLITH BOBLOGAIDD y Parch. EDMUND GRIFFITHS, YN ADDOLDY M.C. GROES, NOS FERCHER, HYDlEF 13, 1909. Change of Mdvess. D. L. PRICE, Clothier BEGS to thank his mutterous patrons for their support daring the 21 years he has carried on business at Emrys House, Hall Street, and wishes it to be made known that in future his attention will be entirely devoted to LadleSi* and Gentlemen's Outlttiag- He hopes that by strict attention to customers' requirements he will continue to merit their patronage at his new ad- dress- Over the Bazaar, Cross, Rhos, (Sid* Entramm) He will be pleased to call with latest designs and patterns upon any who drop him a post card. Motto, Lowest Prices compatible with Quality. Suits from 25s up. Overcoats from 3P up- Ladies* Costumes from pss up. All garments made on the premises. IBALL"S AUCTION BOOM 9 Chester Street, 1Bl".exhaWMI (Opposite Messrs H & T Jones' Corn Warehouse) SALES BY AUCTION Every MONDAY. Valuable Household Furniture of all descriptions. Large Variety of Bedsteads, Bedding*. Every necessity for HOUSEKEEPING Attend these SALES and save at least i 30 per cent. A Magnificent Selection of Superior Furniture is always on hand, and anything may be purchased by Private Treaty. GOODS STORED. dDiew each day from 9 aum. to 7 p.m. Saturdays 9 p.m. VOICE PRODUCTION MR. POWELL EDWARDS BEGS to anacHu^tkatkejoowgives lessons in Vm&t JEmmucrioti and SINGING. Tepn* moderate.—Apply AJUjucbt STRKXX, Preliminary Notice. | Siloh, C.M. Chapel, Johnstown. A SALE OF WORK In connection with the above Chapel IN MARCH, 1910. Public Hall, Rhos. Rhoddir perfformiad o'r GANtAWD "Bachgendod Samuel," Gan Gor Plant Gobaith, (Arweinydd, Mr H. Iorwerth Lewis) NOS FERCHER, TACH. 3, 1909 -0- Soprano, Miss Gwladys Davies Contralto, Miss Mary Davies, and Master R. Powell Edwards Tenor, Mr Joseph Edwards Bass, Mr Robert Isaac Jones Violinist. Mr J. T. Davies Cyfeilyddion j: Messrs Alun Dodd a J no Williams. -0- LLYWYBD, DR J. C. DAVIES, RHOS. -0- Drysau'n agor 7, ddechreuir 7-30. Tocynau, Blaenseddau, 1/6; Ailseddau, 1/ Olseddau, 6ch. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON -0- A GRAND ° CONCERT Will be held at PENUEL CHAPEL, RHOS WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27th, 1909. -0- Artistes: Miss Louie James, R.A.M., Soprano Double Medalist. Mr J. "Watkin Hughes, Rhos, The Brilliant Tenor and Prize Winner. ) Double Prize Winner at Llangollen Nat. Eis- 1 teddfod. I Mr T. Bryniog Jones, R.2L3L, I Baritone. Gold Medalist. Bethlehem Prise Juvenile Choir, Conductor, Mr Jacob Edwards. SELECTIONS ON THE ORGAN by Mr E. Emlyn Davies, A.R.C.O. Admission—2/6 1/6; 1/- Proceeds in aid of Noddfa Baptist Chapel, Johnstown.




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