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Comfortable Quarters at I LLANDUDNO. A PARTMENTS.— PUBLIC or PRIVATE SIT- A TING-ROOMS. Two minutes from shore. Good cooking and attendance, with ooard if re- quired. Terms moderate and inclusive. Mrs Elliott, St. Ives, Vaughan-street. 9628 ] L-rrDXO.-C:\J:L-\DO\j HOUSE PRIVATE ,j HOTEL. Lloyd-street (opposite St. George's Hotel). Sea View. Tariff on application.—Mrs Slrowger, Proprietress. 7553 f LANDUDXO.—Comfortable Summer APART- | J MENTS three minutes from pier and pavi- lion: centre of bay; beautiful sea and mountain view; commodious bedrooms; special moderate terms for the Winter.—Mrs W. Jones, nee Miss Hobsjn, 3, Mostyn-crescent. 9360 ILAXDUDNO. COURT ROYAL. Mostvn J avenue. Queen's road, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS and Good ACCOMMODATION for PATIENTS. Splendid sea view.—Nursa Brown. r L.L.H.L.O.S., Proprietress, late of Albany House, Lloyd-street. 9613 House and Estate Agency Office. ESTABLISHED 1857. J. HUGHKS & CO. AGENTS AND VALUERS, CENTRAL CHAMBERS. Corner of MOSTYN AND LLOYD STREETS, LLANDUDNO. ALWAYS First Class FURNISHED RESIDENCES TO LET. First Class APARTMENTS. Also UNFURNISHED HOUSES TO LET and FOR SALE. SHOPS and BUSINESS PREMISES in Variety FOR SALE and TO LET. Also FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD LAND. VALUERS FOR PROBATE, etc., etc. MONEY PROCURED ON MORTGAGE AT Low Rate of Interest. RENT COLLECTORS, etc.. etc 8653 A DAY ON SNOWDON. BOOK TO LLANBERIS (L.N.W.R.) BY THE CHEAP EXCURSION TRAIN Leaving Llandudno DAILY at 8-40 a.m. (July 27th. August 2nd. 3rd, 9th and 10th. excepted), Returning from Llanberis at 5-50 p.m., Thence book to the Summit of the Mountain bv the SNOWDON MOUNTAIN RAILWAY. THIS is the most wonderful line in the United Kingdom, and affords magnificent views unobtainable from the footpath. First-cla.s« Hotels in Llanberis and it the sum- mit under the Company's management. Llanberis. 9605 G. C. AITCHISOX. General Manager THE STEAMERS of the ST. GEORGE'S S.S. Co., Ltd., Will ply (weA -^er and other causes permitting) on one of e most beautiful Rivers in ♦VALES, between Degaqwy, Conway & Trefriw SEPTEMBER, 1901. Date of From From Return from Sailing. Degamry. Conway. Trefriw. 21 .Saturday 3 0 p.m. 3 5 p.m. 4+30 p.m. 23 Monday 5 IS p.m. 5 30 p.m. 7t25 p.m. 26 Thursday 8 0 a.m. 8 10 a.m. 9 55 a.m. 27.Friday 8 45 a.m. 8 50 a.m. 10 40 a.m. 22 SatuaV" 8 50 a.m. 9 0 a.m. 11 25 a.m. 30. Monday 10 26 a.m. 10 35 a.m. 12 45 p.m. OCTOBER. 1901. 1.Tuesday il 10 a.m. 11 20 a.m. 1 30 p.m 2 Wednesday 11 30 a.m. 11 45 a.m. 2 15 p.m 3.Thursday 12 40 p.m. 12 50 p.m. 2 58 p.m. 4 Friday 1 46 p.m. 1 55 p.m. 3 48 p.m. 5.Saturday 5 10 p.m. 3 20 p.m. 5tO p.m. FARES Fore End, Is Cabin and Deck, Is 6d; Return, 2s 6d. t Doubtful if Steamers will reach Trefriw. Fares aocording to distance. For the convenience of Passengers, Luncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at the Hotel Belle Vue, Trefri-w. FOR further particulars, apply to Messrs P. and H. Lewis, Conway and Llanrwst; Messrs Roberts and Co., Quay, Conway; the Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw; Mr Tomkinson, Mostyn-street, Llan- (iitdn-o Mr Slat-er, Photo Artist, Mostyn-street. Llandudno Mr John Jones, Glasgow House, Pen- maenmawr; Mrs Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy, and at all the principal hotels in the neighbourhood. For further information apply to the Manager, Captain W. ROBERTS Quay, Conway. Please note the name of this Company's Steamers, "ST. GEORGE" and "NEW ST. GEORGE." 9170 ALFRED LLOYD, Electrical Engineer and Contractor, Manufacturer & Patentee, LLANDUDNO and RHYL. HEAD OFFICE FOR NORTH WALES 139, Mostyn St., LLANDUDNO ESTIMATES FREE. 9407 ASK FOR w 0 IP ALE, STOUT. OLD STYLE GINGER BEER, AND OTHER BEVERAGES, Is 6d PER DOZEN (SCREWED STOPPER). T. Esmor Hooson, WHOLESALE BOTTLER, LLANDUDNO. 9603 THE FARMEE AND CHAMBER OF AGRICULTURE JOURNAL. SHOULD BE IN THE HANDS OF EVERY FARMER. EVERY MONDAY—ONE PENNY. THIS JOURNAL, in ita 42nd year, is now puil liahed at ONE PENNY weekly, and is the largest, cheapest, and beat Agricultural Paper. containb all the Agricultural News of the Week, the Latest Markets, and numerous original and interesting article* on Farming subjects by the leading Agricultural Writers of the day. May be ordered through any Newsagent, at the Railway Bookstalls, or will be supplied direct from the OFFICE, 291, STRAND, LONDON, W.O. Subscription, post free, 6s 6d per annum. "W J. SARTOlff (Late Manager Old Fancy Bazaar, Llandudno), Cabinet Maker and Auctioneer's Assistant. FURNITURE REMOVER, e=.. PARK VIEW, MARL VIEW TERRACE, DEGANWY, near LLANDUDN 0 POST CARDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ALL AUCTIONS ATTENDED. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY AT LOW INTEREST By Arrangement with W. H. Jones. w -=" -A; t<. '1::8 T. W THE LOUNGE," Stationer& Newsageqt, Fil"te "rt Dealer AND Picture Frame Manufacturer. v A Large Selection of Views of Llandudno and District, Coloured and in Black and White, Framed, Mounted or Unmounted. A Complete New Stock of Leather Goods. 48, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. 9523 j Masonic a I Llandudno) IMPORTANT NOTICE. 1 MESSRS J. W. ROGERS and CO. respectful- ly INTIMATE to their numerous PA- TRONS and the PUBLIC generally that they will RESUME their WEEKLY AUCTION SALES I within the above spacious Sale Roojpa (the finest II in North Wales), on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 3rd, 1900. Partiea having HOUSES OF FURNITURE to DISPOSE OF will find this a ready and satisfac- tory medium to realise to their satisfaction. THE HALL IS NOW OPEN FOR CONSIGNMENTS of ftll descriptions of Property for absolute Sale. Cash advanced upon same (if required). MODERATE TERMS WITH IMMEDIATE CASH SETTLEMENTS. Hous of Furniture bought outright, if desired. Highest Referneces upon application. 7546 TO GARDENERS AND FLORISTS. F yon want a first-class Weekly Gardening Pa|>ev which contains only cound, practical, and useful information on all subjects connected with the Garden and its Management, and all cur- rent Horticultural News, read THE GARDENING WORLD, which it published every FRIDAY MORNING. PRICE, Id. POST FREE, lid. 17, CATHERINE-STREET, OOVXNT GARDEN, EO. SOLD BY ALL NEWSAGENTS. WOODLEY'S Central Library (in connection with Mudie's), UPPER MOST YN-STEEET. LLANDUDNO. Reduced Terms of Subscriptions. The following are a few of the books now In circulation:— The Eternal City By Hall Oaine. A Hero of Grace R. N. Carey. Women Must Weep S. Tytfer. A Jilt's Journal Rita. The Striking Hours Eden Phillpotts. Sauls of Passage A- E. Barr. A Woman Derelict M. Crommelin. Love the Atonement F. Campbell. Love Idylls S. R. Crockett. Lest we Forget J. Hocking. The Trumpet of Hilary Blackland Mitford. His Lawful Wife Jean Middlemass. The Hero W. S. Maugham. Her Majesty's Minister Le Quenx. Jesse G. Marlowe. Love and His Mark M. Dowie. Four-Leaved Clover Maxwell Gray. A Great Lady Adelaide Sergeant Mostly Fools and a Ducheis Lucas Cleeve. Malicious Fortune Stella During. Kitty's Victoria Cross R. Cromie. Heavy Odds Marcus Clarke. Millionaire's Love Story G. Boothby. Tristram of Blent Anthony Hope. Luck of the Vails E. F. Benson. House with a History F. Warden. Skirts of Happy Chance H. Walson. The Serious Wooing J. Oliver Hobbs. Lena Laird W. J. Laidley. No Vindication C. Kernaham. Sister Teresa George Moore. Whose was the Hand? J. E. Muddock. Poor Elizabeth M. Hamilton. Gnr- of the Bookmaker Percy White. Cmderella S. It. Crockett. A Son of Mammon G B. Burgin. Love Rules the Camp Haggard. Paul Le Maistre F. Carrel. Mama's Mutiny Hugh Fraser. Nobler than Revenge Esme Stuart. The Aristocrats WildersmorQ C. L. Antrobus. Pro Patria Max Pemberton. Among the Syringas M. E. Mann. Bitter Fruit Lovett Cameron. The Crisis Winston Churchill. Sawdust Dorothea Gerard. Mystery of the Clasped Hands G. Boothby. Voysey R. O. Prowte. The Treasure of Captain Scarlet A. Sargeant. Jack Raymond E. L. Voynich. The Warden of the Marches S. C. Grier. The Survivor E. P. Oppenbenn. Cinders Helen Mather. Once Too Often I. Florence Warden. Babs the Impossible S. Grand. The Master Christian > Marie Corelli. Life's Trivial Round R. N. Carey. An Old Rogue's Tragedy Rita. Terence B. M. Croker His Darling Sin M. E. Braddon. Becky Helen Matiier. In High Places M. E. Braddon. Rcgue in Love Tom Gallon The Farringdons Ellen T. Fowler. A Name to Conjure With J S. Winter. Pomona's Travels F. Stockton. I Second Lady Delcombe .Mrs Kennard Boy Marie Corelii Red Pottage Mary Cbolmondley. Concerning Isabel Carnaby I., Fowler Helbeck of Bannisdale Mrs Humphry Ward. Rupert of Hentzan Anthony Hope Double Thread E. T. Fowler The Sinner Rita Game and Candle Rhoda Brougbton Honour of Vivian Bruce Mrs Needali Girls will be Girls F. Warden The Way of a Woman L. T. Meade. Mystery of the Clasped Hands G. Boothby. Fortune's Gale Alan St. Aubyn. Limitations E. F. Benson. Wild Eclui W. Black. Gloria Mundi Harold Frederic. Torn Sails Allen Raine. My Lally Nicotine J. M. Barrib. Nulma Mrs Campbell Praed. A Storyteller's Pack F. Stockton. PIANOFORTES ON SALE AND HIRE. Woodley's New Map of Llandudno and District, I Mounted on doth. Published at 1/ 156 HEALTHY HOMES BY REGULAR USE OF CALVERT'S No. 3 fiSillLIC SOP. A pure Soap, combined with the i strongest Disinfectant known, and its § regular use for all ordinary household I purposes will prevent Infectious and Contagious Diseases. It washes readily with any water, and no other Soap is so effective in I sweetening and whitening flannels, bed-linen, clothing and towels. Sold in 12 oz. and I I). bars by Grocers, j Chemisis, Stores, etc. I F. C. CALVERT & Co., Manchester, j nw a BORWICKs BAKINGs money can POWDEKsL 2 Leagu 3 Centre Half 716 4 SiS 3 6 Shuteezi 6/- 0 or Size. Pattern, Flannelette, 2/3,26/- doz.; Matting Cloth, 2/9,30/- doz.; Untearable, 3/8, 40/- dozen I tShiq Guards "(tlCKEHS. (AM. LUTHER) F| 1 wiw?; Uuzgagjffta CHRMMF The Fonraril'| The SCOT Jj| 0/9,8/6. K CHROMB. The Marvel »a»e 6/9, 10/6. For OTHER PATTERNS AND QUALITIES. SEE CATALOGUE. S 'U "G G I Cl FREE LlVEfi.HOq,L', IVERY VISITOR TO LLANDUDNO SHOULD BUY WILLIAMS' ILiLiUSTKA G U tDE 0 L-, A CONTAINING a iiistory and description of Con, c way Castle, the Vale of Conway, Llanrwat, Jettwsycoed, Capel Curig, Swallow Waterfalls, and jther places of interest in the Snowdonian district; UolwyB Bay, PennHnmdwr, Llanfairfechan, Aber, etc., with directions how to see them at the least possible expense and loss of time. "The work is very CLiiipretieusive.. A DUE- oer of historical facts not generally known are intro- duced, and to the traveilf.r will increase the interest he must naturally take m making a tour of this ro mantic neighbourhood."—"Liverpool Mercury." The New Edition contains 100 pages of reading aiatter, and gives much valuable information to the Residents as well as V,«sitors, such as the Authorised RackBey Carnage, Boating, and Bathing Fares, Postal Information, Railway Fares, Town Porter ,harger, etc., etc.. Walks, Brake Drives, Steambom- Communication, etc. "The book is full of a mas, of really nserai and oractical information. There are directions to the xjurist where to go and how to go at the least possibi iinense and Joss of time —"Liverpool Courier." "Will be foak"'a as usefl., I an it is cheap —"Liverpool O&ily Post." Crown 8vo.. lCO pages, contains map of district md numerous Illustrations. To be had (by uost, 7Ad of the Publisher, EVAN VILLIAMS, Mark t-ula"f«, B ,a«or. I'r!;lti, of all Book tUe11t VISITORS' DELIGHT I FALK'StooleSALT Obtained from Gpooers In Penny or Halfpenny Packets. IT NEVER CAKES. J. & S. ROBERTS, Ironmongers, Plumberso Decorators, GAS, BELL AND HOT WATER FITTERS, PAPER HANGINGS. OIL AND COI.Ol: R WAREHOUSE — HOUSE REPAIRS.— LLOYD STREET, llNDUDO. ;r_ MOON'S HOTEL, .JL1 L; ;4 U..u }.\ V LUIBUDIfl ■2 I .t; I 0 l (D I (D illy ITJ c (D U) g ü ro till lull k "3 Q ONE MINUTE WALK FROM CENTRE OF PROMENADE AND STATION. THE MOST POPULAR PRIVATE HOTEL. NEW BILLIARD AND RECREATION ROOMS. PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SITTING ROOMS, ALSO NUMEROUS AIRY AND WELL-APPOINTED BEDROOMS. SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION FOR HOCKEY, CRICKET TEAMS, AND CYCLISTS, CHORAL AND SUNDAY CLASS PARTIES. Charges Moderate. W. Wi-mch, Proprietor. 18i-Wr!f- <; ilK THE "CRAIGYDON" Boarding Establishment (Temperance), LLANDUDNO. Facing the Sea. Terms Moderate. Misses Middleton & Wood, Proprietresses. 87 ?V Half way between Llandudnt and the, Junction, Directly facing Conway Caótle and Bridges. The nearest Hotel to the celebrated Carnarvonshire Golf Links, and within easy distance of the North Wales-Liaka. V^NIENT FOR ALL COACHING AN) KATLWAY EXCURSIONS. BOATING, BATHING TENNIS, BILLIARDS, GOLF" Good Accommodation for Cyclists. TAUIFF ON APPLICATION TO Mrs TRITTON, PKOPRIKTRES IIII" COL^VYN BAY I LOOKYER'S PRIVATE HOTEL I AND BOARDINC ESTABLISH NIENT. (Established 1892), f S a Detached RESIDEN CE delightfully situated JL in its own Grounds,closc to the Sea and celebrated NVoods. Moderate Charges. Liberal Diet and Home-like surroundings. GEO. J. LOCKYER, 9649 Proprietor. SHIP INN 3t6 und 318, High Sirefc* Bangor. Richard Williams, PROPRIETOR BREAKFASTS, Luncheons, and Dinners, are JL) always ready. Visitors to Bangor will be supplied and charge r, reasonable price at thif Establishment. Home Brand Specialities. INDLSPENSABLE TO ALL PICNIC PARTIES. aL Rolled Ox Tongues, Sample Tins 2/9 3/8 4/- vlfc Rolled Calves' Tongues, Sample Tins 1/5 igLMfeJy Potted Meats and Plates, Sample Tins from 6d each. Picnie Pressed Beef, Sample Tins 1/1 SO KASY TO OPEN NO CUT FINGERS NO SOILED CLOTHES. In Patent Tins opened by a Key which removes whole side. Ask your Grocer for them. If he does not keep them, write for I to THE LONDON CANNING CO., LTD., 30, York road, King's Cross, LONDON. 9662 STILL TO THE FRONT. DTCKS, = The Leading House FOR EVERY DESCRIPTION 01 FOOTWEAR. Extensive preparations have been made for the SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE. Our huge Stock embraces a Variety that cannot fail t.) meet the requirements 01 everyone. GENT'S, LADIES AND CHILDREN'S IN EVERY KIND OP MATERIAL. BOOTS AND SHOES TAN WHITE & BLACK LATEST DESIGNS, NEW SHAPES BETTER VALUE THAN EVER DICKS 217, HIGH STBEET, BASOOR. 7 BRIDGE STREET, AND 3. PALACE STRE ET, CARNARVON. 30, MARKET STREET, HOLYIIEAD. maR STREET. PWLLHELL 19457 THE OLDEST HORTICU LTURAL NEWSPAPER. 3d. The Gardeners' 15s. WEEKLY. YEARLY. PT Chronicle (THE "TIMES" OF HARTICULTURE). FOR SiXTY YEARS, THE LEADING JOURNAL Its contributors comprise the ntottt Experienced British Gardep^s, and many of the most Eminent Men of Science at home and abroad. IT HAS AN INTERNATIONAL REPUTATION FOR ITS ILLUSTRATIONS OF PLANTS. Specimen Copy post free on application to the Publisher, H. G. COVE, 41, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND, LONDON. I May be ordered of all Booksellers and Newaagents, and at the Railway Bookstall*. SECUR tTY in jbxJarters ■ITTLE HEADACHE, flffi IVER ^^FURRED TONGUE. SB SALLOW SKIN -1; tgr 8 9 MSmall Pill. Small Doss. Small Price. They TOUCH thd LIVER Be Sja they_are CARTELS LLANDUDNO. Vincent's Hi9h_ciass Private & Family Hotel. JTUATED rn the Centre of the MARINE narvonshl:1'e Mountaans. Private Sitting Rooms Facing the Sea. LOFTY AND WELL-ARRANGED. SMOKING AND BILLIARD ROOMK EXTENSIVE TENNIS COURTS. TARIFF (grooutoo according to the, Se.aøon of the year), onappliœtion to 7605 John Vincent, Proprietor. ——iBWia——i—a————tmtmtmcrrnwimm! mm mn x?eewaa—ao> WAVE CREST, LLANDUDNO. BoardinS Establishment (EN PENSION). CENTRE OF GRAND PROMENADE. Facing Sea., ¥OPERATE TARIFF HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Mrs Waldegrave A.llenby. "FERNDALE" Boarding Establishment, NEAR STATION AND CENTRE OF PARADE. Be-Furnished Throughout. Mrs PEARSON, Proprietress. 9588 Claxton's Music Depot. PIANOS PI AN OS. A large consignmnet of Collard andCollardis World -renewed pianos just arrived. SEVERAL OTHER WELL-KNOWN MAKERS, PERFECTLY NEW, FROM 15 GUINSAS. SPLENDID SELECTION of VIOLINS by COLLIN MEZIN,BECKER, CHIPO, VUILLAUMB ironv £ 1 to £ 50. MANDOLINES AND BANJOS. Conservatory Etetn-elle First Violin Strings, 4 for a Is. Ail the NEWEST MUSIC ia StoaS., Claxton's Music Depot Lower fflostyn-st.,Llandudno Adjoining MOON'S HOTEL. 9589 FLAB MAWR, CONWAY ■— ■' T'tL! TH U)LU ELIZABETHAN PALACE rvyvytitf Oxsen Daily. 9690