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Sales b MessrsWDew& Son of B&ngor, Llandudno & Carnarvon. LLANDUDNO. SALE OF A FULLY-LICENSED MODERN HIGH-GLASS HOTEL. MESSRS VV M. DEW and SON have been in lf structed by Mr Samuel Hughes (who has, for many years, been the Secretary of the Llandudno Pier Company, and who, owing to increasing work, has decided to retire from the Hotel business), to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC ALCflON at the Maxine Hotel,Llandudno, on MONDAY, September 14th, at seven o'clock in the evening, the Recently Erected, "W ell-Bunt. Modern, and Nicely Designed FULLY-LICENSED PROPERTY, known as THE MOSTYN ARMS HOTEL, standing at the corner of Conway and Maesdu Roads, in a rapidly rising part of Llandudno, and possessing the advantage of having a frontage to the main road from Llandudno Junction to Llandudno, over which there is a constant vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Tenure.—Leasehold for a term of 99 years, fiom the 24th day of June, 1897, at an annual ground rent of B20 per annum. Particulars and plan can be obtained of Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson, Solicitors, Llandudno, or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor, Llandudno, and Carnarvon. 25370 SALE OF LAND AT CRAIG-Y-DON AND WEST SHORE, LLANDUDNO. MESSES wm. DEW & SON will OFFER J. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION", at the MARINE HOTEl" LLANDUDNO, on MON- DAY, SEPTEMBER 14th, 1903, at 6.30 o'clock in the Evening, a Number of Choice FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, situate at Craigydon, with Frontages to Rose- bery Avenue, Carmen Sylva Road, Tanybryn Road, Roumania Crescent, Fferm Road, Queen's Road, Balfour Road, Harcourt Road, and Clarence Street, and on the West Shore, with mportant Frontages to West Parade, Great Cyme's Road, and Gloddaeth Street. The offering of these exceedingly Valuable Building in those parts of Llandudno, where most new houses are being erected, affords to Builders, Speculators and others a rare opportunity of buying absolutely FREEHOLD LASD for immediate development in the principal seaside, health and pleasure resort of North Wales. Full particulars and further information may be obtained from Mr E. E. Bone Solicitor; Mr A. G. fugh Chartered Accountant; Mr E. Turner. Architect, all of Llandudno; and of the Auctioneers, Banor,Llandudno and Carnarvon. 25392 CARNARVON. PATERNOSTER BUILDINGS, CASTLE SQUARE. Re the Late Mr Humphreys, the Re- nowned Welsh Book Publisher. MESSRS WM. DEW & SON will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION", on the premises as above, on SEPTEMBER 15th, 16th, 17th, 18th, and 22nd and 23rd, 1903, commencing each day at 11 a m. prompt, the whole of the Publications and Remainders of this Noted Establishment, and the OOPY. RIGHT and STEREOTYPE PLATES of 83 WELSH BOOKS, tha whole of the Stock-in- Trade, Oil Paintings, and Photos of WELSH CELEBRITIES, Binders' and Printers' Tools and Machinery, &c., &c. Catalogues may be had of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor, Llandudno, and Oarmar- van. 25034 NEAR COLWYN BAY. SALE OF THE RHOS-ON.SEA BRICKWORKS MESSRS WM. DEW & SON wiJI shortly Jd Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, the INTEREST in the Unexpired Term of 27 Years of the LEASE which now exists upon the above Valuable BRICKWORKS, together with the Up-to- date PLANT and MACHINERY. These Works stand in a district in which Building Operations are now being rapidly carried on, and they possess the advantage of having a jetty for hipcaent Further particulars in due course. 2542 IN THE COUNTIES OF CARNARVON AND ANGLESEY. PARISHES of LLANRUG, LLANBEBLIG, LLANAELHAIARN (near the Village of Trevor), and in AMLWCH PARISH, ANGLESEY. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON will OFFER Dt for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, dur- ing th is month. VALUABLE FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: — Particulars, Plans, and Conditions may be obtained, in due course, of Messrs Pict0n-.Jone.s and Roberts, Solicitors, Pwllheli, or of the Auctioneers, at their offices at Eangrr, Llandudno, and Carnarvon. -oL. NEAR LLANDUDNO, Sale of a CHARMING COUNTRY RESIDENCE with LAND. ■ft/* ESSRS. WM. DEW and SON are instructed i.'t' J by Lieut. Col. Lambert to OFFER FOR SALE (in one or more Lots), BY PUBLIC AUC- TION ac the MARINE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO on MONDAY, September 14th, 1903, at 7 p.m., all Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY known as "Barnfield" & "Yr Efail Cottage," together with about 5 Acres of Rich Land, situate in Marl Lane, 15 minutes' walk from Llandudno junction and Deganwy, and 2 miles from Llandudno. Barnfield is a Gentleman's Residence, of modern construction. It has a short Carriage Drive from Marl Lane, is well built, and has a pleasing appear- ance. The position is one of the finest in the Principality, rind magnificent Views of the Conway Valley, the Old Town of Conway, and the Carnar- vonshire and Denbighshire Mountains are obtained. The Property is in perfect order, and immediate pDSsession can be arranged. Further particulars and orders to view may be obtained of the Auctioneers, at their Offices. Bangor, Llandudno, and Carnarvon. 25418 Great Orme Tramway Company (LÜlÙted by Act of Parliament). MESSRS WM. DEW & SON have been in- structed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Marine Hotel, Llan- dudno, on MONDAY, the 14th day of SEPTEMBER, 1903, £ t 7 o'clock in the Evening, 150 SHAKES n the above-named Company, cf i5 each, fully -paid. The Line, is in full work and is most popular. The easy access obtained by it to the magnificent views and splendid air on the summit of the Grand Old Orma is appreciated by thous-rds, and this, it is thought, is sure to make the Company a very paying one. 25459 DEGANWY AND LLANDUDNO SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. ESSRS WM. DEW & SON are instructed to j.,j OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUC TION, 0;1 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2tst, 1903. at the Marine Hod, Llandudno, at 7.30 in the Evening, the following FREEHOLD PROPERTY, known as BROOK LANDS, York Road, Deeanwv, PENPHYN COTTAGE, No. 2, The Terrace, Deganwy, PALM VILLA, Victoria Street, Craigydon, Llandudno. For further particulars and orders to view, apply to Messrs Chamberlain & Johnson, Solicitors, Llan- duclno; or the Auctioneers, at their Office, Bangor, Llandudno, and Carnarvon. 25452 Sales by Messrs WDew&Son On MONDAY, the 28th SEPTEMBER, 1903, at 4 o'clock afternoon punctually. ANGLESEY. BRYN CADNANT. NEAR MENAI BRIDGE, NORTH WALES. SALE of a very attractive Detached FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, standing on an elevated situation and in a healthy and picturesque position, over- looking the Straits, commanding magnificent and unique Mountain Views, situated about One mile from Menai Bridge Station, Half-a-mile from Bangor Ferry, and within easy distance of Church and Post Office. The House contains 3 Reception Rooms, Entrance Hall, 9 Bedrooms, Bathroom with hot and cold water, YV.C.'s, usual Domestic Offices and Out-offices, excellent Cellarage. The Outbuildings comprise a Stable, Coach House, Saddle-room with Rooms above, also a Stable Yard, large Vegetable and Fruit Garden, Pleasure Grounds, old Pasture Land and Plantation, the whole containing a total area of 2a. 2r. 25p. Theer is a plentiful supp!y of water and excellent modenr drainage. There is also a very convenient Back Entrance to the Property. The House (which is approached through a pretty winding drive) has recently been enlarged and renovated in and out and is now in hand, and arrangements can be made for giving a purchaser early possession. The Bangor and Beaumaris Coach passes the front entrance several times dai!y, and convenient Steamers to and from Liverpool and other places call at the Menai Bridge Pier.—To view, apply to Mrs Parry, Preswylfa, near Bryn Cadnant. MESSRS. WILLIAM DEW & SON have re ceived instructions to OFFER the above PROPERTY for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Anglesey Arms Hotel, Menai Bridge, on MONDAY, the 28th day of SEPTEMBER, 1903, at 4 p.m. prompt, in One Lot, and subject to conditions to be produced at the Sale. Plans and particulars can be obtained 10 days prior to the Sale from the Auct oneers, at their Offices at Bangor, Llandudno, and Carnarvon; the Anglesey Arms Hotel, Menai Bridge; or from Messrs James & James, Solicitors, Wrexham, COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. RHOSNEIGR. CEFN-Y-DRE. MESSRS WM. DEW & SON are instructed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUC- TION, during SEPTEMBER, the above exceed- ingly choice FREEHOLD FARM (in convenient BUILDING LOTS), which stands adjoining the Maelog Lake, and from which can be obtained fine views of the Lake, Golf Links, Sea, and Carnar vonshire Mountains. Full particulars in due course. 25422 Sale by Mr David Gillart In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division. 1866 K. Mr Justice Swinfen Eady. Kirkby v. Phillips. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. SALE OF FREEHOLD UPLAND AND OTHER FARMS AND BUILDINGS. MR DAVID GILLART (of the firm of Messrs Gillart & Sons)—the person appointed by the Judge—will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Corbett Arms Hotel, Towyn, on FRIDAY, the 25th day of September, 1903, at 2-30 o'clock in the afternoon, the following PBOPERTIES, viz.:— PARISH OF LLANFROTHEN. Lot x.—HENDREGWENLLIAN FARM (Six miles from Portmadoc). Tenant, Mr John Evans. 480 o is Tenant, Mr John Evans. 903* Lot 3.—OGO 'RONWY. Tenant, Mr John Evans. 13 3 n Lot 4.-0GOF LLECHWYN FARM Tenant, Mrs Jane Evans 152 2 18 PARISH OF TOWYN. Lot 5.-TANYCOED ISAF FARM. Tenant, Mrs Mary Roberts m I 20 Together with the Sheepwalk adjoining. PARISH OF LLANGELYNIN. Lot 6.—BOD-GADFAN FARM. Ten- ant, Mr Humphrey Owen Davies.. 95 3 I Tenants, Representatives of Mr Evan Pugh (De- ceased) 6 2 26 TOWN OF DOLGELLEY. Lot 8.—OFFICES. Tenant, D. Oswald Davies, Esq., Solicitor Total. 86g 2 4 Plans, Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained at the principal Hotels in the Neighbour- hood; of E. W. Kirkby. Esq., Maesyneuadd Estate Office, Towyn (Merioneth) of Messrs Ridsdale and Son, Sclicitors, 5, Gray's Inn Square, London of Messrs Rawcliffes and Co., Solicitors, i. Bedford Row, London; of Messrs Coode, Kingdon and Cotton. Solicitors. 34, Bedford Row, London; of J. Walter Wilson, Esq., Solicitor, 6, Princess Square, Plymouth or of the Auctioneers, Towyn (Merioneth), and Machynlleth. 25444 Messrs David Burnett & Co: NORTH WALES. IN THE LOVELY VALLEY OF CONWAY, Eight miles from Conwny, and about It miles from Lianrwst Station. An excellent FAMILY RESIDENCE, arranged on Two Floors, with Stable, Farm Buildings, and Pasture Land, in all 25a, ir. 38p., together with Exclusive Right of Fishery in this portion of the Conway. The Residence, which is known as Coed Gwydyr." occupies a delightful position at Trefriw, on high ground, is only partially erected is roofed in, floors laid, and interior partly plastered. Also, Arable and Meadow Land adjoining, affording a charming site for a residence also a Plot of Building Land fronting the main road of the village of Trefriw. 1/TESSRS DAVID BURNETT & CO. will ill SUBMIT the above TO AUCTION, at the Railway Hotel, Llandudno Junction, on THURS- DAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, in Three Lots. Particulars at the place of Sale; of Messrs Barfield & Barfield, Solicitors, 47, Finsbury Square, London or of the Auctioneers, 13 Nicholas Lane, London. 25443 Sales by Mr J. Parry Jones PUNT Y GWAIR, LLANENGAN, MEDI 18fod a'r 19eg. vr oil o'r S coc a.'r CNWD. MYNYDD MAWR, pr FOURCROSSES, DYDD GWENER a, DYDD LLUN, Medi 25ain a r 28am, 1903, vr oU o'r STOC rhagorol, GER HWSMONAETH a'r oil o DDODREFN y TY. Eiddo Mr R. Williams. BERTH AUR, PENLLECH. HYDREF 6ed vr oil o'r STOC a'r OFFERYNAU. TAI HIRION. GLYNN OG, DDYDD IAU, Hydref 15fed, yr oil o'r STOC a,'r OFFERYNAU. Eiddo Mr Williaan, Roberts. Ceir manylion yr oil eto mewn pryd. CEFNYDD* PISTYLL. NEVIN, HYDREF 24ain, yr oil o'r STOC a'r OFFERYNAU Am bob manylion ymofyner a'r Arwert-hwr yn Penlan, Penrhyndendraeth, neu yn y Farclmadfa Newydd, yn Mhwllheli, pob dydd Marchnad. FT AIR, FLYNYDDOL YN YARD PENYBONT HOTEL, ARN, DYDD LLUN, HYDREF 12fed. 4 NFONER Entries i Mr T. M. JONES, Penv- bont, Sam, reu i'r Arwerthwr yn v Farcfi- naidfa Newydd, Mr J, PARRY JONES. 25387 CORSDOLGAU, DYFFRYN MERIONETH. Y mae MR JOHN PARRY JONES wedi ei -gyfa-rwydJdo i WF4RTHU AR AUCTION yn y lie uchod DvcW LLUN, Medi 28ain, 1903, yr oil or STOC a'r OROP. Messrs Frank Lloyd & Son, 1500 HORSES. £80 PRIZES. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM FRANK LLOYD & SONS will be pleased to JL' receive ENTRIES for :— Sept. 29th.—Hunters and Harness Horses. Sept 30th.-Great Sale of Show Horses, Cobs and Ponies. Oct. 1st.—Heavy Town Horses. Oct. 2nd.—Great Sale of Shires, Foals and Young Horses. Oct. 8th.—North Wales Coaching Teams. Prize Lists Ready. Entries close Sept. 19th. NEXT CREWE SALES, Sept. 16th and 18th. 253Ó4 Messrs J. Pritcfeard & Porter 2. BULKELEY-PLACE, BEAUMARIS. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and PORTER iV will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, TUES- DAY, September 8th, 1903, art 12.30 p.m., an Assemblage of Excellent FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including a. capital Oaik Dining-room Suite of Nine Single and Two Easy Chairs, Oak Sideboard, Oak Telescope Dining Table, Oak Dinner Waggon, Two Overmantels, Walnut Cabinet, Oil Paintings, Engravings valuable Library, of Theological Works, Eibonised Cabinet, Sheraton Wardrobe, Bedroom Appointments, Culinary Utensils, Conservatory. 18 Pairs of new Swiss Lace Curtains, three yards to four yard's long, etc., etc. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. VALE OF CONWAY—PARISH OF CAERHUN. IMPORTANT SALE OF FLOUR AND FULLING- MILLS, ACCOMMODATION LANDS, BUILD- ING SITES, COTTAGES, etc. ?S <f ESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and PORTER iVJ will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CASTLE HOTEL. CONWAY, on FRIDAY, Sept. 25th. 1903, at TWO p.m. ,PONTWGAN FLOUR MILL, with the Two Cottages and Gardens, CAE TAN Y GERDDI, and the Meadow called Y GRO GLANDWR HOUSE, Garden and Land in the occupation of Thomas Williams; DRYLL Y GYLLELL. a splendid: Building Site; KRW PENBRYN LLECH (adjoining Cefn Farm), and Quillet adjoining, a grand Building Site; THE WOOLLEN FACTORY, PANDY, ROEWEN, with the valuable Machinery, Dwelling-house, Gardlen, and Plantation; EIGHT COTTAGES, known as GERLAN TERRACE, ROEWEN, with good Gardens; GRlO COTTAGES (2), PONTWGAN, with good Gardens: ARDD GRON, RALLT WYLLT, TALYRONT also One-half of a small MEADOW, known as WERGLODD GROES, CAERHUN and all that Capital Dwelling-house, Shop, andi Premises, known as OLD POST OFFICE, ROEWEN, in the occupation of Mr F. W. Griffith and! Mr H. Turner. Unexpired term, 16 years. Ground rent, 14s. For further particulars as to the Old Post Office, Roewen, apply to Messrs Griffith and Allard, Soli- citors. LLanrwst, and as to the rest of the Lots to the Auctioneers, Bodhyfryd, Bangor, or Messrs J. Rice Roberts and Laurie, Solicitors, Llangefni. PLAS LLANDEGFAN, ANGLESEY. V/TESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD AND PORTER iVJL are instructed by Grice Brocklebank, Esq., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, without reserve, on the 13th and 14th OCTOBER, 1903, a Grand Dairy of 20 MILCH COWS, 90 HEAD of CATTLE, 100 Choice BREEDING EWES, Three RAMS, 14 Powerful HEAVY & LIGHT HORSES, PIGS, a Valuable Assemblage of Modern AGRI- CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, and Surplus HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. 25419 BANGOR. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, with i immediate possession, THE BANGOR CITY AND NORTH WALES MINERAL WATER WORKS," in full working order; splendid connec- tion. Plant, Machinery, Stock-in-Trade, Bottles, &c., up-to-date; Horses, Carts, Harness, &c. Everything replete throughout. Satisfactory reasons given for disposal. Apply, John Pritchard and Porter, Auctioneers, Bangor. 25460 Messrs. Ganly, Sans and Co. Sheep Sales in Dublin. 1TESSRS GANLY, SONS & CO.'S SECOND ill GREAT AUTUMN AUCTION OF EWES, WETHERS & LAMBS will be held in the DUBLIN CATTLE MARKET 0 WEDNESDAY, 9th September." The Entries will number about 5000 HEAD, and will comprise Shrop, Roscommon. Galway, Cross-bred, Cheviots, Wicklow Mountain and Scotch Black-face. Catalogues and full particulars may be had from GANLY. SONS & CO Auctioneers and Live Stock Salesmen, 25427 Usher's Quay, Dublin. Irish Store Cattle Sales. THE NEXT AUCTION WILL TAKE PLACE JL on v THURSDAY, September fOth, WHEN ABOUT 1000 HEAD OF well-bred SHORTHORN & POLLY BULLOCKS and HEIFEKS, and Aberdeen Angus Cross-breds of various ages in forward condition will be disposed of. Live weight of each lot exhibited at the time of sale. Commissions executed for buyers unable to attend personally. GANLY, SONS & CO., Auctioneers and Live Stock Salesmen, 25428 Usher's Quay, Dublin. Sales by Mr F. A. Dew. THURSDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER, 1903. "BRYN HAULOG," PWLLYCROCHAN AVENUE. COLWYN BAY. Exceptionally Attractive SALE OF HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, including some Choice Speci- mens of CHIPPENDALE & CARVED BLACK OAK ANTIQUE FURNITURE. MR. F. A. DEW has been favoured with instruc- tions from Miss CLOUGH, who is giving up the RESIDENCE, to SELL BY AUCTION' on the Premises as above, the whole of the HIGHLY VALUABLE Household APPOINTMENTS comprising briefly: Superior Upright Grand Piano- forte in handsome mottled walnut case, by Kirkman, London, Real Old Chippendale Mahogany Dining Table, with 4 extra leaves (measuring 12-ft. long when fully extended), Chippendale Drawing Room Suite in best tapestry, Chippendale Mahogany Card Table on centre column, Antique Black Oak Dining Room Suite, Massive Carved Black Oak, 4ft. 6in Sideboard, Carved Black Oak Pedestal Writing Desk, Satin, Walnut and other Bedroom Suites. French, Persian and other Bedsteads, Bed and Table Linen, together with the usual Culinary Utensils and Domestic Effects. Sale at 12 30 p. in. prompt. On view with Catalogue the day prior to the day of Sale, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on the morning of Sale. Descriptive Catalogues in due course of the Auctioneer, Colwyn Bay and Conway. -54 48 PRELIMINARY NOTICE. By direction of the Executors. SALE of a further Portion of the ESTATE of the late Mr, JOHN ROBERTS, Colwyn Bay. and Llangwstenin. MR. F. A. DEW is favoured with instructions as above to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Hotel Metropole, Colwyn Bay, on FRIDAY, the 25th September, 1903, at 7 p.m. (subject to certain Conditions of Sale), the following extremely Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, viz.: Lot 1.—Situate in Llanelian Road, Colwyn Bay, known as Bryn y Groes Nursery," Freehold Land, containing about 7t Acres, together with Dwelling House, Greenhouses, and Outbuildings thereon, ni the occupation of Mr John T. Jones as tenant. Also, the Valuable Sand and Gravel Pit thereon, in oc- cupation of Vendors. Lot 2.—Freehold Residence, Gardens, and Pad- dock. containing 2 Acres o Roods 12 Perches or thereabouts, known as Wern Croft, Llangvvstenin, near Colwyn Bay, in the occupation of Francis W. Stubbs, Esq., as tenant. Lot 3.-Freehold Farm (adjoining the last Lot) known as Wern Bach," with the Farmhouse, Orchard, and Shippons, containing about 22 Acres, in the occupation of Mr Jesse Roberts as tenant. Lot 4.—Detached Freehold Dwelling House, formerly known as but now as "Fern Bank," Coed Pella Road, Colwyn Bay, with 2315 square yards of Land or thereabouts. Further particulars in due course, or in the mean- time of Mr J, Pugh Evans, Solicitor, Colwyn Bay or of the Auctioneer, Colwyn Bay (Tel. No. 21) and Conway (Tel. No 27 25338 FOR SALE AS A GOING CONCERN, excellent WHEELWRIGHT'S AND COACHBUILDER'S WORKS, eenterally sitnated in the Business part of Colwyn Bay. The premises can be purchased or probably rented. fFor further particulars apply. F. A. DEW, Auctioneer, Colwyn Bay and Conway. 25449, Sale by Mr TG W. Griffith TOWN OF LLANDUDNO. Important SALE OF A HIGHLY DESIRABLE APARTMENT, HOUSE OR BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT. MR. T. W GRIFFITH is instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the MARINE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, on FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER, 18th, 1903, at 7.30 o'clock, subject to Conditions of Sale to be there and then produced and read, all that VALUABLE FREEHOLD RESI- j DENTIAL PROPERTY known and being SILVERDALE," Lloyd Street, Now in the occupation of Mr. T. B. JONES, at a at a Rental of /50 per annum. The Accommodation consists of a wide Entrance Hall with tiled floor, Three Capital Entertaining Rooms, Eleven Bedchambers, Kitchen, Scullery, together with the usual Domestic Offices. The Tenure is Freehold, subject only to a chief rent of £6 is. per annum. The Property is eminently adapted for a First-class Lodging House or Boarding Establishment, it is most centrally situated, being within easy distance of the Bay and Conway Shore, the General Post Office, Railway Station and Pier, and commands an uninterrupted View of the surrounding Hills and Valleys. Possession may be had on March 1st, 1904, or earlier if desired. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers; Mr J. H.Jones, Accountant, Grange House: or Messrs Chamberlain & Johnson, Solicitors.—all of Llandudno. 25462 FOR SALE. a Bargain, GENT'S HIGH GRADE <- SAFETY, just a.s new. Free Wheel Rimj Brake, Silveir-pkuted Westwood Rims, Dunlop Licensed Tyres Machine, not soiled. For Sale less than half-price, j34 17s, all accessories, approval, before cash sent.—K. Gill, Waveney Villa, Beach- road, Weston-super-Mare. 6034 PIANO, The "Champion," Full Iron Frame. Full 1. Trichord, Check Action. Marqueterie Panel, handsome Walnut Case. 15s monthly, delivered free on payment of 15s.—Thompson and Shackell, td., 29, Vic toria Street, Merthyr Tydfil. 25313 Found, Dark S<ùb1 and White COLLIE DOG. JD White on neck, breast and! paws. If not, claimed within fourteen days will be sold to defray the expenses. Gaerwen House, 'Raichuib, Llan- llechid, Bangor N~ OURISHING~STOUT 3/- dozen pints; Port Wine 1/3 quart bottle; Provisions; Flour Poultry Fo.od.—W. G. Evans, Grocer, Bangor. 25456 COLWYN BAY.—To be Sold, with early posses- sion, the Modern Detached RESIDENCE known as BARBEKRY HILL, standing in a com- manding situation, with extensive views of the Glyn Valley and the Bay; together with the Stabling, Man's Room, Laundry, Vegetable Gardens and Fields, comprising in all nearly 6! Statute Acres. The House is approached by a handsome, well- planted Carriage Drive, and is in excellent sanitary and decorative repair: It contains, on the ground floor, Vestibule with tiled hall and fireplace, 3 Entertaining Rooms, Lavatory, Kitchens, &c.; above. 5 good Bedrooms, Bath-room, Linen-room, Servants' Bedroom, &c. Tenure, Freehold no restrictions.— For photographs and further particulars apply S. Waterhouseand Co., Land Agents, 3, Cook Street, Liverpool. 25441 UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF WALES, U ABERYSTWYTH. (One of the Constituent Colleges of the University of Wales). President.The Right Hon. LORD RENDKL Principal.THOMAS FRANCIS ROBERTS, M. A. (Oxon.), LL.D. (Vict.) The courses of instruction are arranged to meet the requirements for graduation in Arts, Law, or Science in the University of Wales, and will also be found serviceable to Students preparing for the Degree Examinations in these faculties of the University of London, for Examinations at Oxford and Cambridge, or for Medical Study at these or other Universities. The Fee for either the Arts, Law, or Science Course is £10, a small extra charge being made for Laboratory Practice. Entrance Scholarships, ranging in value from £40 to are awarded in September of each year. The College possesses a well-furnished Gymnasium, Recreation Grounds, Boats, &c MEN STUDENTS reside either in lodgings, which are obtainable at very moderate rates in the town, or at the Men Students' Hostel (Warden, Professor J. W. Marshall. M.A.). For WOMEN STUDENTS a large and commod- ious Hall of Residence is provided. For General Prospectus, and also for Specia. Prospectuses of the Law, Normal and Agricultural Departments, the Training Department,for Secondary Teachers, and all other particulars, apply to 25324 T. MORTIMER GREEN, Registrar MR J. CHAi. McLEAN, A. R. c. 0., Gives T 1? Q Q n "M* *3 JUs u KJ jl.4 ic in PLAINOFORTE AND ORGAN PLAYING, SINGING AND THEORY OF MUSIC. NEXT TERM COMMENCES SEPTEMBER 14th, 1903. AddJress- 6, Bank-place. 6036 Portmadoc. Benthyg Aria" Y'1 Cyfriqachol MEWN SYMLAU Mawrion neu Eyehain (heb fod dan lOp), AR NODYN ADDEWID YN UNIG, Ffermwyr, Siopwyr, a Thy- ddaiwyr Preifat. TREFN7R YR ATDALIADAU YN Y FJORDD HWYLUBAF I'R BENTHYCWYR. Gellir caft? j TELF;RAU a MANVT.ION LLAWN YN RHAD ond ymofyc 1TTI bersonol trwy lythyr a— Gooi'gc Payne, Aeeotti slant, 3 "resceitf oad, Iftyl- MIDLAND GUN CO. Department 7, Demon Gun Works, Vesey St Birmingham. GUNS FROM 25s. TO £25. FAR-KILLING GUS, AT WHOIRSALE -PRICES. Double-Breechloaders, from 25s. to 0£10, Hammertoes, from jE5 to £20. Hammerless Ejectors, from £8 to £25: 5,000 Guns and Rifles usually in sock ready for imme- diate delivery. Send three stampstfor a Price List. We make every part of a gun in our own vyorks, and seU direct to the user at one small profit. We send any gun on approval. pay carriage both ways if not satisfactory, and return cash in full. We take any sccond-hand gun, central or pin-fire, breech or muzzle-loading, in part pay- ment for a new one, or will buy any second-hand gun for cash. P# 1,1 15, a** £ £ converted from rifle H and bored by an ro0|{) for long range and great penetration, „hootinK pigeon, rabbit, wildfowl, and a]^lon^dl^^t°„fa^jon price 15s.; or better quality and improved safety action, PIGUN°3REPAIRS —Guns by any maker promptly re- paired. very best material and workmanship, at about half dealers' charges. New stocks or ne^ barrels browned or bored. Gun converted from P1" central fire, and done up as new, at price given for all rep drs if desired before the woik is commenced. Guns may be sent from any part of the United Kingdom by parcel post fry Is. CARTRIDGES. Best of allIbe bost Smokeless Powder Cartridge ever made, price 7s. per 100, or 500 for 33s., 1.000 for 63s. Sudden Death: £ he test Black Powder fis. per 100. or 47s. 0u. per 1 000 Lots of 7 00 an 1 upwards delivered carriago paid E^HMS'alR;voWer». tapis- ments, and Cases, at WHOLESALE PRICES^


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