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Sales bj MessrsWDa^St Son of Bangor, Llandndno & Carnarvon. HOLYHEAD, ANGLESEY. SALE of an Old Established and FREEHOLD FULLY LICENSED FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL with VAULTS ad joining. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON will OFFER for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the premises, on SATURDAY, the 4th day of July, 1903, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon punctually, subject to conditions to be then and there produced, all that Valuable FREEHOLD FULLY LICENSED and OLD ESTABLISHED FAMILY and COM- MERCIAL HOTEL, known as THE "MARINE HOTEL, with the MARINE VAULTS adjoining the Commodious YARDS, STABLES, JOAGH- HGUSE, Large SHEDS, and OTJTBUILD INGS, etc., etc., situated in a..arine-square, Holyhead, all at present in. thrd occupation of the Owner. The premises stand irr .dly facing the Sea and Harbour, and practically adjoin the Land- ing Stage of the Holyhead and Dublin Mail boat Service. The Hotel commands splendid views of the SIe¿. and Harbour, and the far- famed Breakvater (which i.s 1 miles long) is close to. The London and North-Western Railway Station is conveniently near, as are also the Post Office, Market, etc. The property is in a good repair, and early possession can be arranged for. For further particulats apply to Mr John Close, Solicitor, Pull-street, Derby, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, at Bangor, Llan- dudno, or Carnarvon. 24858 COUNTIES OF CARNARVON AND ANGLESEY. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD FARMS AND TENEMENTS, COM- PRISING ABOUT 1027 ACRES or thereabouts, situate in the PARISHES OF CLYNNOG, LLANWNDA, LLANFAGLAN, LLANBEBLIG, TOWN OF CARNARVON, AND LLANGEINWEN. MESSRS WM, DEW AND SON WUIOFFEI* for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the ROYAL SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNAR- VON, sometime during the Summer, FREE- HOLD PROPERTY in the above Parishes. Particulars of Messrs Carter, Vincent and Cb., Solicitors, Carnarvon and Bangor, or of the Auctioneers. 24941 FATRBOURNE, Near BARMOUTH. ATTRACTIVE SALE OF A CHARMINGLY SITUATED FREEHOLD ESTATE, AS DIVIDED INTO LOTS. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON have been instructed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the Corsygedol Hotel, Barmouth, during the Summer, the valuable Freehold Farm, known as HEN-DDOL, and HEN-DDOL COTTAGE, comprising an area of 84 Acres or thereabouts. Particulars of Messrs Charles Russell and Co., Solicitors, 37, Norfolk-street, London, W.C. of Messrs J. Charles Hughes and Co., Solicitors, Dolgelley; or of the Auctioneers. L~ LANDUDNO.—TO BE LET or SOLD the Four Charm bur Private BUNGALOW Residences and Freehold Building Land, situ- ate on the Maesmor Estate, at the foot of the little Orme's Head, and overlooking the bay. —Apply to Messrs W. Dew and Son, who are appointed sole agents* Offices: Llamduclno, Bangor, and Carnarvon. 24892 Sale by Mi T. W. Griffith Preliminary Notice. H/IR T. W. GRIFFITH will Offer for Sale £ t 1VI the MARINE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, on FRIDAY EVENING, the 3rd day of JULY, 1903, at 7-30 p.m., the following Properties situate in or near Llandudno. That centrally situated Business Premises, com- prising SHOP, WAREHOUSE and BA.KEHOUSE, situate in Warehouse-street, Llandudno, which is Leasehold, subject to a. Ground Rent of,,66 los. The Rental being £57 per annum. Nos. 7, 8 & 9, HOLLAND-TERRACE, Deganwy- street, the tenure of which is Freehold, subject to a Chief Rent £ 6 13s. 4d. per house, the Rentals of each being £5° per annum Nos. i, 2 and 3, VICTORIA-BUILDINGS, Vaughan-street, which are Freehold, subject to a Chief Rent of Clo per house, the Rentals being E70 each house. The DETACHED HOUSE known as PLAS IDAL," situate in Charlton-street, the tenure being Leasehold, for 99 years, from February, 1893, at a Ground Rent of £ 8 ios. per annum, the Rental of the house being £60. The SEMI DETACHED VILLA known as LLYS ARTHUR," in Caroline-street, Llandudno, which is Leasehold, for 99 years, from September, 1895, subject to a Ground Rent of £ 6 ios. per annum, the Rental being £52 ios. per annum. FOUR FREEHOLD COTTAGES and LAND, situate in Pant y Wenol, near Bodavon, Llandudno, the Gross Rentals being £20 16s. per annum. Fcr further particulars apply to Messrs. CHAMBER- LAIN and JOHNSON, Solicitors, Llandudno; or to the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Llandudno. Telephone 0299. 24946 Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons Next Week) iiCO Horses I Next Week FRANK LLOYD and SONS. GREAT JUNE SALE NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, • WREXHAM Tuesday, June gth: 300 High-class Single & Double Harness Horses and Hunters, including over 30 Well-matched Pairs of exceptional merit. Wednesday, June roth: 350 Pedigree Hackneys, Show Cobs and Welsh Stepping Ponies, in. eluding Ir. W. H. Roberts, The Tyddyn Entire Stud r:f fashionably bred Hackneys. Thursday, June rrth. 200 Heavy Town Mares and Geldings and Short-legged Welsh Wagon Horses, a grand selection, Friday, June, 12th: 250 Welsh Wagon and Active Light Lurry Horses, Parcel Vanners, and Young Horses of all classes. Judging at 10-3 -). Sales each day at 12 o'clock. Catalogues ready from the Auctioneers. Entries of Cart Horses for Second Edition will be taken up to Monday's Post, June 8th. Next Crewe Sales, July rst, 2nd. and 3rd. 24789 Sales by Mr H. Parry Jones Preliminary Announcement. The RECTORY, LLANFAETHLU, ANGLESEY. MR. H. PARRY JONES, has been favoured with instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION, all the In and Out-dcor EFFECTS, on the premises as above. Full particulars, dates, &c., will be furnished later. Exchange Buildings, Holyhead. 24039 Sale by Ganly, SOPS, ^ND Co. DUBLIN STORE CATTLE SALES. THE next AUCTION will take place 011 THURS- DAY", June' 33t)i. when abor.t 1200 HEAD will ba disposed of, including a. large proportion of Three-years-o d Forward Shorthorn and "Polled" Bullocks and Heifers, Aberdeen Angus Cross-brects, and a choioe selecnon cf Young Cattle of various breeds. All Cattle vveigjxd before entering Saje1 Ring. Commissions will 1:1", executed for Buyers unable to personally.—Full particulars on application to the Auctioneers GANLY, SONS, and CO., 24964 LTsheFs Q-,tjV, Dublin, Sale by Messrs Robt. & Rogers Jones Preliminary Announcement. In FOJiUN OS, LLANGERNIEW. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS JONES beg to announce that they have received instruc- tions from Colonei! SANDBACH to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION early in JULY, 1903, without reserve, the ENTIRE HERD of Pure Pedigree Blade Welsh Cattle, Horses, Implements, etc., etc., of which further particulars will appear in due course. Llanrwst, May 20th, 1903. 24871 Messrs Pritchard porter CITY OF BANGr.R. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SA^' OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PREMISES m 11IE BUSINBSS CENTRE OF^. YJIJ £ CITY IIFESSRS JOHN ",RTMHARD and PORTER riVrirv'i £ PUBLIC AUCTION at the CAFE, BANGOR, on WEDNES- j-i- ne it 1903, at TWO p.m., subject to conditions, all thmt -graiid Property formerly Known as the bi HOTEL," situate in the centre of I AT V1/' opposite the Cathedral, and close to the flail, and occupying unquestionably the premir f position for business 11 purposes, with front- are to High-street of about 46ft. and a depth of ab .JC.t 144 ft. The Auctioneers invite the special attention of I capitalists and business-men requiring Premises with large space to this Sale, as such an opportunity may never again present it-sell. Plan, and particulars may be obtained ten days prior to the SaJe of the Auctioneers, Bangor, or Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors, Bangor and Carnarvon. 24912 jEAR BANGOR. SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM, CON- VENIENTLY SITUATED, WITHIN EASY DISTANCE OF THE CITY. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and PORTER .Ht. will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made) at the QUEEN'S HEAD CAFE, BANGOR, on WEDNES- DAY, June 17th. 1903, at 2.30 p.m., all that Valu- able Freehold Farm known as "TYDDYN BACH, situate in the Parish 01 Pentir, within two miles of the City of Bangor, together with the House, Garden, and Outbuildings and the Cottage, with Garden, known as "TYDDYN BACH ISA," com- prising in all an area of about 13 Acres. The above Property is nicely situated for the erection of Pri- vate Residences, for which there is a continuous demand. It is well adapted as a Pheasantry and! Poultry Farm, and also as Market Gardens; is a noted spot for snipe and woodcock, and, surrounded by land of the Penrhyn and Vaynol Estates, well stoClkffi with game. It is a very rare occurrence for good Farm holdings of moderate area and well situated for market and other purposes to be offered for Sale near Bangor, and the Auctioneers beg to diraw special attention to this exceptional, oppor- tunity. Plans and particulars may be obtained ten days prior to the Sale of the Auctioneers, Bangor, or Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solicitors, Carnar- von and Bangor. 24911 MENAI BRIDGE SMITH FIELD MESSRS JOHN PRIT CHARD AND PORTER will hold their next SALE of FAT STOCK: at the above SMITHFIELD on MONDAY, June 22nd. Entries Close JUNE 15th. Rodhyfryd, Bangor. Telephone, 47. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. BRYNLLWYD, LLANIDAN. MESSRS JOHN PRIT CHARD and PORTER i'1 will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the Premises, on TUESDAY, June 23rd, 1903, the whole of the IN-DOOR and OUT-DOOR EFFECTS. Bcdhyfryd, Bangor (Telephone, 47). NEAR BANGOR, GLANAETHWY, on the BANKS of the MENAI STRAITS. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless in JL the meantime an acceptable offer be made), to- wards the end of July, a Lovely Detached MARINE RESIDENCE in a sheltered position. Four Enter- taining with Ten Bed and Dressing-rooms, Domestic Offices, Electric Light (Private Plant), Telephone, Sanitary Arrangements good. Kitchen Garden, and charming Ornamental Grounds running down to the Beach, Private Landing Place, good Anchorage for Yachts. Also, near George Hotel, Bangor Ferry, aboht Five Acres of Valuable Building LAND, over- looking the Straits. Apply, John Pritchard and Porter, Auctioneers and Land Agents, Bangor. CITY OF BANGOR. SALE of VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD AND PORTER 1. will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at THE QUEEN'S HEAD CAFE, BANGOR, on WEDNESDAY, June 17th, 1903, at THREE p.m. Lot 1.—All that Freehold Dwelling-house and Premises, No. 313, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR, now ins the occupation, of the Misses Ellis. The Accommodation includes Commodious Yard with back entrance out of Dean-street, Wood Shed with Corrugated Iron Roof, W.C., Meat Safe and Slate Shelves undier Cover, Pump, Two good Cellar Kitchens, Front Parlour, Back Parlour with Cup- boards in the Recess, and Nest of Drawers sur- mounted with Shelves, Drawing-room, and Four Bedrooms. Lot 2.—The Freehold! Dwelling-house Shop and Premises,No. 356,HIGH-.STREET,novv in the occupa- tion of Mr John Arthur Williams at a rental of J319 10s per annum. Accommodation.: Private Entrance, Shop, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, large Yard, W.C., good Drawing-room, Fouir Bedrooms, and Attic. Lot 3.—The Freehold Cottage, No. 9 MOUN- TAIN ROW, in the occupation of Mr John Roberts ;at a gross rental of C6 10s per annum. For further particulars apply to Mr W. Huw Row- laxldl, Solicitor, or the Auctioneers, all of Bangor. 24966 CITY OF BANGOR. IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS JOHN PRITOHARD AND PORTER will OFFER BY PUBLIC AUCTION at THE QUEEN'S HEAD CAFE, BANGOR on WEDNESDAY, June 17th, 1903, at 2.30 p.m., the following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES :—■ Lot 1. The Freehold Dwelling-house, No. 46, DEAN-STREET, BANGOR, in the occupation of Mr J. Owen, at the annual rental of JB18. Accommodation Attic. Two Bedrooms. Parlour, Two Kitchens, Yard with Two W.C.'s, also a good roomy Warehouse with Two large Rooms above. Lot. 2.—Two Small Tenements, Nos. 6 and 8. INFANT-LANE, BANGOR, in the occupations of Messrs H. Jones and R. Owen, at the annual rental of 96 10s each. To Close a Trust- Lots 3 to 9.Nos. 8. 10, 12, 14, 16, 17, amd 18, UNION-STREET, BANGOR, in the occupation of Mr John Jones and others, producing gross rentals from E6 to P,7 16s each. There is a great demand) for this class of property, and these tenements are always occupied bv a good class of tenants. Lot 10.—The Pleasantly Situated Semi-detached Dwelling house, "N¿. 1, FRONDIRION- TERRACE. UPPER BANGOR. The Situation is very Healthy and Pleasant, and commands grand views. Further particulars as to Lots 1 and 2 may be obtainiedi from Mr W. Thornton Jones, Solicitor as to Lots 3 to 9 from Mr R. Jones Roberts. Solicitor; as to Lot 10 from Mr J. Pentir Williams, Solicitor. all of Bangor and a-s to the whole of the Auctioneers, Bangor. 24967 -4 Sale by E. H. Owen & Son DOLWEN, LLANFAGLAN, Near CARNARVON. THURSDAY, 11th June, at ELEVEN prompt. tY ESSRS E. H. OWEN and SON are instructed ¡ 2 bv the Rev. RICHARD HUMPHREYS to SELL BY AUCTION the whole of the Excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, to- It get her with a Valuable Collection of Books of Theologv and General Literature, etc. On View WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 24954 Scle by Mr W. H. Owen. FOR SALE, TEMPERANCE HOTEL at MENAI BRIDGE, in close proximity to the New Pier. MR WILLIAM HUGH OWEN is instructed to SELL BY PRIVATE TREATY (owing to the retirement of the Owner from business), the Free- hold Property known as the GWALIA HOUE," in Water-street (20 yards' frontage), and adjoining the Auckland Arms Hotel, comprising: Hall, Vestibule, Sitting-room, Dining-room (to accom- modate about 65 persons). Kitchens, Pantries, Five Roomy Bedrooms, Dressing-room, W.C., etc., all equipped with the needful conveniences, together with a large Yard, Garden, etc., at the rear, approached by a cart entrance from the front street. Built-about seven years ago, with great care, by the Owner, unde. plans prepared by Mr Joseph Owen. Throughout in good order. Water connec- tions. perfect drainages, etc. Lucrative trade, which, owing to the new pier now in course of con- striction, must naturally increase. Early posses- sion. Further particulars and to treat, apply to Mr Wilham Hugh Owen, Auctioneer, etc. Carnarvon. 24958 Yn ystod y flwyddyn oedd yn diweddu Mehefin, 1902, rhoddwyd l,900,000p tuag at 668 o lyfrgell-cedd rhyddion yn yr Unol Dal- j fnau. Sales by Mr F. A. Dew. By Order of the Mortgagee. PENMAENMAWR, NORTH WALES. MR F. A. DEW is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION at the PENMAENMAWR HOTEL, PENMAENMAWR, on THURSDAY, the 11th June, 1903, at FIVE for SIX pm. (sub- ject to conditions of Sale, to be then produced), Two Highly Valuable Semi-detached Leasehold Residences known as "ERYL MOR" and "HAFOD," situate off Station-road Fast, Penmaenmiawr afore- said. The Houses are well built, commodious, and beautifully situated, stand in their own grounds of 1443 square yards or thereabouts, and are admirably adapted, if occupied together, for a large Private Hotel, First-class Boarding-house, School, Con- vale soent Home, or other similar Institution. The Property is leasehold for a term of 99 years from the 13th May, 1879, and is subject to a yearly ground rental of £ 15 Os 8d and to certain covenants and conditions. For further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, Llewellyn-chambers, Colwyn Bay, and Castle-street, Ccnway; or to Messrs Boote Edgar and Co., Solicitors, 20, Booth-street, Manchester TOWN OF LLANRWST AND PARISH OF EGLW YSBACH, DENBIGHSHIRE. By Order of the Executor of the late Miss M. G. Jones, Brynsteddfod, \JT R F. A. DEW is instructed as above to SELL by AUCTION at the EAGLES HOTEL, LLANRWST, on FRIDAY, the 12th June, 1903, at 3 for 4 p.m. (subject to conditions of Sale to be there produced), the following VALUABLE COMMERCIAL PRO- PERTIES, BUILDING LAND AND FREE- HOLD FARMS, viz. TOWN OF LLANRWST: Lot 1.—A centrally situated Shop with Dwelling-house over, and large Yard and Outbuildings at the rear thereof, containing an area of 1085 square yards or thereabouts, situated in Denbigh Street, Llanrwst afore said, and now in the occupation of Mr F. A. Chairlton and his undertenant, Dr. Owen. Lot 2.—All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of 264 square yards or thereabouts, situated on the East of Lot 1. Lot 3.-All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of 326 square yards or thereabouts, adjoining, and at the 'rear of Lot 2. Lot 4.—All that Valuable and Centrally Situated Freehold Property with an impor- tant frontaige to Denbigh Street, Llanrwst aforesaid, known as "Farm Cottage," together with the Two Cottages adjoining known as "13 and 15, Denbigh Street aforesaid, to- gether with the Yard and Outbuildings at the rear thereof. Lot 5.—All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of 511 square ya,rds or thereabouts, situated at the rear of Lot 4. Lot 6.—All that Valuable Freehold Corner Building Site containing an area of one rood, 33 perches or thereabouts situated on Town Hill, Llanrwst aforesaid, and facing, and on the West side of the New Road leading from Llanrwst to Abergele. Lot 7.—All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of 3 roods, 39 perches or thereabouts, adjoining the last Lot. Lot 8.—All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of two roods, 17 perches or thereabouts, adjoining the last Lot. Lot 9.—All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of two roods, 29 perches or thereabouts, situated facing and on the East side of the New Road, leading from Llanrwst to Abergele. Lot 10.-All that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of one acre, one rood. 15 perohes or thereabouts, situated on the East side of the last Lot. Lot 11..lll that Valuable Freehold Build- ing Site containing an area of two acres, 0 roods, 31 perches or thereabouts, situated on the North side of Lot 9. Lot 12.-All that Freehold Semi-detached Cottage with good garden ground adjoining containing an area of 23 perches or there abouts, facing the Old Road from Llanrwst to Abergele, and now in the occupation of Jonah Davies as tenant thereof. Lot 13.-All that Freehold Semi-detached Cottaige with good garden ground adjoining situated''adjoining 01 the last Lot, aaid now in the occupation of Thomas Williams as tenant thereof. Lot 14.—All that Freehold Cottage with garden ground adjoining the last Lot, T, and now in the occupation of William Hughes as tenant thereof. Lot 15,-All that Freehold Cottage with garden ground adjoining, situated adjoining the last Lot, and now in the occupation of Isaac Jones as tenant thereof. PARISH OF EGLWYSBAOH. Lot 16.-All that Freehold Farm, known as "Meddiant Isaf," containing an area of 51a. 3r. 293p. or thereabouts, to- 4 p gether with the, Farm House and Outbuildings attached thereto, and now in the occupation of Mr Isaac Jones as tenant thereof. Lot 17.—All that Compact Freehold Farm, known as "Brynrhydd," containing an area of 28 acres, one rood, 34 perches or there- abouts together with the Farm House and Outbuildings attached thereto, and now in the occupation of Mr Robert Hughes as tenant thereof. Lot 18. All that Freehold Farm, and known as Tyn-y-Bryn," con- taining an area of 18 acres, 0 roods, 19 perches or thereabouts, together with the Farm House and Outbuildings attached thereto, and now in the occupation of Mr Edwin Wynne as tenant thereof. Lot 19.—All that compact and valuable Freehold Farm, and known as Plas Drain," containing an area of 49 acres, three roods, 25 perches or there- abouts, together with the Farm House and Outbuildings attached thereto, and now in the occupation of Mr Owen Owens as tenant thereof. Further particulars and plans may be ob- tained of Messrs Dent and Adams, Solicitors, Wolverhampton; Messrs Griffith and Allard, Solicitors, Llanrwst, or of the Auctioneer, Colwyn Bay and Conway, from the latter of whom cards to view may also be obtained. ( COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. MR F. A. DEW is instructed to OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL. COLWYN BAY, on FRIDAY, the 19th June, 1903, at SEVEN p.m. (subject to certain Conditions of Sale), all that Highly Valuable, Picturesque and most Substantially Stone-built FREEHOLD DETACHED GENTLE- MAN'S RESIDENCE, known as "PENRHOS LODGE," Situate at the corner of Conway and Marine Roads, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. The House stands in its own beautifully laid-out Grounds of an Acre or thereabouts in extent with well-grown Timber Trees and Shrubs, Tennis Lawn, Flower and Kitchen Gardens, Stables, Coach-house, Conservatory, etc. The Residence is now and has been for many years past in the occupation of Mr James Seddon, and was designed by and built ni.der the supervision of Mr Douglas, the well-known Architect, of Chester, which is in itself a sufficient guarantee that the House is artistic in design, com- pact and well-arranged internally, whilst structural- ly from the basement to the roof none but the very best workmanship and materials have been employed and used. Vacant Possession could be obtained at an Early Date, and whilst it is to be hoped the Property will be kept as a Private Gentleman's Residence, with the charming Grounds now surrounding it intact, there are no restrictive covenants to prevent, a Purchaser from erecting two or more Dwelling- houses on the site, on the north and east sides of the present Residence. Further particulars from Mr F. W. Stubbs, Solicitor, Colwyn Bay, or from the Auctioneer, Col- wyn Bay and Conway, from the lcttter of whom Cards to view may be obtained. 24837 Sales by Mr F. A. Dew. COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. SALE of a charmingly situated DETACHED FREEHOLD RESIDENCE in the West End of this favourite Watering Place, MR F. A. DEW is instructed to offer for SALE BY AUCTION, on MONDAY, the 15th JUNE, 1903, at the Colwyn Bay Hotel, Colwyn Bay, at 3 for 4 p.m. (subject to such conditions of Sale as will be then produced and read) all that highly valuable and beautifully situated DETACHED FREEHOLD RESIDENCE known as ,1 "The CHESTNUTS," Marine Road, Colwyn Bay, standing in its own ex- tensive and well laid out grounds embracing a GROUND AREA of 1523 sq. yards or thereabouts. The Chestnuts has been occupied by the Present Owner for many years past as a High-class Board- ing Establishment and Private Hotel. It is situated within three or four hundred yards of the West Promenade, is within two or three minutes' walk of the Pavilion and commands fine Sea and Mountain views. In addition to spacious Dining, Drawing, and Smoking Rooms the House contains several Private Sitting Rooms, SIXTEEN WELL ARRANGED BEDROOMS, Bath Room, Lavatories, light & airy Domestic Offices ana a spacious Basement 6-ft. 6-in. high under the whole of the Residence. The House is admirably adapted for its present purpose or for a Collegiate or Hydropathic Establish- ment. T. 11 is most suDstantialiy built and is in first-class structural repair and decorative order. This Sale affords the Public a very rare opportun- ity of obtaining a first-class mcwlero Residence situated in the very best position in Colwyn Bay. Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs. SLATER & Co., Solicitors, Darlaston or of the Auctioneer, Llewelyn Chambers. Colwyn Bay and Castle Street, Conway, from the latter of whom Cards to View may be obtained. 24836 By direction of the Executors of the late Mr John Roberts. TOWN OF COLWYN BAY. Very Important Sale of Highly Valuable Com- mercial and Residential FREEHOLD PRO- PERTIES. all well placed in this the most enterprising, progressive and favoured Town and Watering Place on the North Welsh Coast, including that most centrally situated com- modious and handsome modern Hotel known as THE HOTEL METROPOLE," MR F. A. DEW is instructed, as above, to SELL BY AUCTION at the'Hotel Metropole Cclwyn Bay, on FRIDAY, the 26th of JUNE IQO^ at 7 p.m. (subject to Conditions to be then produced) the following extremely VALUABLE FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL and RESIDENTIAL PROPER- TIES, viz. :— Lot j.-All that Detached Freehold Residence known as "DUCIE LODGE," Lawson Road. Colwvn Bay aforesaid. 3 Lot 2.-Ditto ditto known as "DENHAM LODGE," Lawson Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot 3.-All those Two Semi-Detached Freehold Residences known as TRIGFAN," and ARGYLE House" (late "Tudno Villa"), Lawson Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot 4.-Ditto ditto known as "DURBAN," and ROKEBY," Lawson Road, Colwyn Bay afore- said. Lot 5.—All that Detached Freehold Villa Resi- dence known as NEADWOOD," Belgrave Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot 6.-Ditto ditto known as MURI- VANCE," Belgrave Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot 7.—All that Semi-Detached Freehold Resi- dences known as ELLERSLIE," and the house adjoining lately known as "WILTON HOUSE," Belgrave Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot 8.—All that Semi-Detached Freehold Resi- dence known as BROOK LEA," Bay View Road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid, g.-All that well-known centrally situated com- modious and well arranged First-Class Hotel known as The HOTEL METROPOLE," with the DWELLING HOUSE adjoining, known as FAIRHOLME." This Property has a ground area of 1888 sq. yards or thereabouts, with a frontage of 128-ft. 4-in. to Penrhyn Road, and 85-ft. 3-in. to Princes Drive, and embraces a large Modern Hotsl with an impos- ing and artistic elevation, and every internal con- venience occupying the very finest commercial position in this rapidly increasing town which is ad- mittedly lacking in the number of its First-class Hotels. The purchaser will have the option of taking at a Valuation in the usual way the whole of the Hotel Furniture and Effects, and early vacant possession can be obtained if desired. The Goodwill will be included in the Sale of the Property. N.B. Lot 10, A Plot of Building Land at Old Colwyn previously Advertised for Sale by Order of the Mortgagee HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN. Further Particulars and Plans of Mr J. PUGH EVANS, Solicitor, Colwyn Bay or of the Auction- eer, Colwyn Bay and Conway, from the latter of whom Carris to View may also be obtained. 24838 TUESDAY, 7th JULY, 1903. SOUTHERNWOOD, WOODHILL-RIOAD, COLWYN BAY. MR F. A. D(EW will SELL BY AUCTION the whole of the Superior HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS in the above Private Residence. Further particulars and catalogues in due course. Sales by Mr A. £ Bicknell. PreJiminaay Announcem ent. MR A. E'. BICKNELL will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION on SATURDAY, June 20th, iyo3, at the DINORBEN ARMS HOTEL, di pt 00, tlie foxing Valuabl-e Freehold PRO- PKRTIES — Lot 1: No. 36, MACHINE-STREET L:.t 2: No. 38, MACHINE-STREET. Lot 3: No. 52, SALEM-STREET. For further particulars, apply to Messrs S. R. Dew and Co., Solicitors, or the Auctioneer-all of Bangor. 24961 Preliminary Announcement. BANiGOR IMPORTANT SALE OF FREEHOLD) AND LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES. MR A. E. BICKNELL will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the Queen's Head Cafe, Bangor, on FRIDAY, June 26th, 1903, at 2.30 p.m., the following FREEHOLD AND LEASEHOLD PROPEIV TIES: Lot I.-No. 13, MASON-STREET, Hirael, Bangor, leasehold. Lot 2.—No. 14, MOUNTAIN-SQUARE, Baaigor, freehold. Lot 3.-No. 40, GARTH-ROAD, Bangor, freehold. Lot 4.—No. 6, GLAND WR- T ERRAOE, Upper Bangor, freehold. Lot 5. N 00. 5, BRYNTEG-TEORKXCE, Upper Bangor, freehold. Lot 6.—No. 3, LION-TERRACE, Penrhos- garnedd, near Bangor, freehold. Further particulars will appear in fu- ture advertisements. t 228, High-street, Bangor.. 24963 Sale by Mr Gavin Low. GREAT IRISH STORE CATTLE SALES. HP EIURSDAY, 25th June, SECOND GREAT « SUMMER SALE at AUCTION MART, 50, PRUSSIA-STREET, DUBLIN, of 1300 Head for- ward1 conditioned HORNED and! POLLY BULLOCKS and HEIFERS for Fattening and Breeding purnoses, Grand HEREFORD and ANGUS CROSSES. Well-bred Young STOCK, etc. Catalogues oii applicati-on. Every facility given Cross-Channel Buvers. GAVIN LOW, Live Stock) Salesman, etc., 24968 50, Prussia-street., Dublin. ANGLESEY UNION. A SEPARATE BUILDING, duly certified for Religious Worship, named "PARADWYS," situated at Llantdlgo. in. the- Civil Parish of Llan- ano, in the County of Anglesey, ir. the Anglesey Registration District, was on the fourth of June, 1903, registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to 6th to 7tp William IV., c. 85. Dated the 5th day of June. 1903. THOMAS HUGHES, 3424 Superintendent Registrar. M.C. NEW CHAPEL, LLANFECHELL, ANGLESEY. TENDERS invited for PAINTING and VARNISHING aforesaid; Chapel Specifications open fcr inspection at the Chapel. Tenders to be deliveTed on or before 20th JUNE, 1903, to Mr JOHN JONES', Builder, M.C. Chapel, Llaafeohell, Rhosgoch, RB.O., Anglesey. 3429 TO BUILDERS. PROPOSED RESIDENCE AT BENLLEOH BAY, ANGLESEY. PLANS and SPECIFICATION of a RESIDENCE for Captain GRIFFITH JONES, Wylfa, near Ty'nygongl, will be lying for inspection at Wylfa, -and Duplicates of the same at the Office of the Architect at Bangor, on and after WEDNESDAY, June 17th. Tenders, marked "Tender" on the cover, to be delivered to Captain JONES or to the ARCHITECT not later than TEN a.m. on SATURDAY, June 27th. No pledge is given that the lowest or any Tender will 'be accepted. Masons and Joiners mav Tender separately or collectively. RICHARD DAVIES, Bangor, June 10th, 1903. Architect. MAE DAFAD MYNYDD ddyeithr yn Gaerwen Uchaf, i'w cbael ond1 desgrifio'r nodau. Oni hawlir hi fe'i gwerthir i dalu'r costau. R Pritchard 3416 WANTED a Good GENERAL SERVANT. — Applv, Mrs Hughes, Pias Hyfryd, Beaumaris. 3431 1 OF.—YN EISIEU, IMPROVER, ond yn gallu I 7 Pedoli. —■ Ymofyner a Robert Owen, Smith, Llandlrillo, Merioneth. 3428 WANTED, Strong, Active GIRL of about eighteen. One who has been General or Kitchenmaid in a good house preferred. No wash- ing.—26, Fallkner-square, Liverpool. 3427 WANTED, KITCHENMAID for Pencraig. Must be able to speak English, and assist in I sw-alil washing. Apply to Betsy Jones, Con- fectioner, Llangefni. 3426 WANTED, Strong GIRL as SCULLERY-MAID also a Good KITCHEN-MAID who under- stands Vegetables, and can. assist Cook; and a SECOND HOUSEMAID.—Apply, stating all parti- culars, to George Hotel, Bangor. OR SALE, a Lady's "Premier" BICYCLE. JT Thoroughly reliable and in first-class running coi-dition. Gvner no further use for machine. A bargain. Address, "Premier," "North Wales Cbroniole I: Office. Bangor. 24702 OOD GENT'S FREE-WHEEL CYCLE, with T Bowden Rim Brake, Roller Chain, B.S.A. Fittings, and all Accessaries. Price, 25.-Apply, F. Wynne, Albert-place, Bangor. AR WERTH, PUMP O OWN bach FOX TERRIERS o'r iawn ryw. EniModd eu Tad 4 first prizes. Y Fam allaai o Fox TerrieTs y Marquis of Anglesey.—Ymofyner ag O. J. Owen, Oefn Glas Shop,- Llanfechell- Al-.Dglesey. 3425 P OTATOES.-C. DURKAN, the Market, Ban- gor, has a splendid STOCK of DATES' and MAGNUMS' SEED POTATOES. Finest quality. AR WERTH, POB MATH o ESGIDIAU ar gyfer y TYMHOR dyfodol. Prisiau iawn i'r Prynwx a.'r Gwerthwr yn 3, Glan Hwfa-road, Llan- gefni. rro BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, The t Very Desirable and Compact FREEHOLD FARM called TYDDYNENGAN, LLANEILIAN, ANGLESEY, with large well-built House and ample Outbuildings. This Property is situate adjoining the Main Road1, and commands fine views of sea. and country. The Land is of excellent quality, in good heart, and well supplied with spring and running water. Area: Nine Acres Three Perches, or thereabouts.—For further particulars apply to W. Jones, Auctioneer, PenTsarii, Axnlweh. LLANDDONA, ANGLESEY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the HOUSE with One Acre of Land, called "GLAN-Y-DON," otherwise PENTRANCE, situate dose to the Beach, and within Five Minutes' Walk of the Chiurch.-Apply to J. Rice Roberts and Laurie. Solicitors, Llangefni, or to Mr William Williams, Plas Penmynydd. 3430 Grofynwch am Arrowsmith Clenlivet Whisky, Yr hen Chwisgi Ysgotaidd Gwreiddiol Sefydlwyd 1797. Byddwch Bier o -gael Chwisgi Arrowsmith.

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