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Sales by Auction. Continued from Front Page. JOHN BOOTH & Co., Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents. SALES BY AUCTION AND VALUATIONS of LANDED ESTATES, HOUSE PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIVE STOCK, &C., undertaken on Reasonable Terms. VALUATIONS FOR PROBATE, MORTGAGE & TRANSFER. Inventories made and examined. Mortgages Negotiated. AGENT for Fire, Life, Personal Accident, Live Stock, Plate Glass and Mortgage Insurance with the Leading Companies. -=- Offices:-8, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 27 (Colwyn Bay). PARTICULARS OF PROPERTIES for Sale, or to be Let Furnished or Ullfurnished- forwarded free on appli- cation. 6257 ESSRS. JOHN BOOTH& CO. haTe applied tions for Furnished and Unfurnished Houses in Colwyn Bay and neighbourhood. Particulars solicited. 6800 OWING TO EXPIRATION or LEASE. To Cycle Makers, Dealers, Private Buyers & others. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, On TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 21st, 1903. MESSRS. JOHN BOOTH & CO. have received instructions from Messrs. Pilling & Ross, of The Wheeleries," Colwyn Bay, to Sell by Auction, without reserve, on TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 21, 1903, at 2 p.m. prompt, the whole of the Large Stock of New and Second-hand BICYCLES & CYCLE ACCESSORIES, including Rudge-Whitworths, Swifts, Sunbeams, Alldays, Stars, B.S.A. and Eadie Fitting Machines, Vices, Drilling Machine, Brakes, Tyres, Saddles, Tool Bags, Lamps, Pumps, Bells, Chain Wheels, Cups, Cones, Cycle Tools, Ac., &-c.; also a Tobacconist's Stock of Pipes, Pouches, Cigars, Cigar Holders, Tobacco, Cigarettes, Cigarette Holders, Walking Sticks, Check Till, Show Cases, Scales, Tobacco Jars, &c., &c. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. prompt. The whole may be viewed at The Wheeleries," opposite the Public Hall. Colwyn Bay, next Satur- day and Monday, April 18th and 20th, 1903, from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. Further particulars may be had from the Auction- eers, Messrs. JOHN BOOTH & Co., 8, Station-road, Colwyn Bay. 6915 Messrs. WHITTAKER & Co., Auctioneers and Valuers, LLANRWST, Lessees of the Tatycafn Smithfield (CARNARVONSHIRE SIDE OF THE RIVER). AUCTION SALES of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture and Effects, &c., &c. CASH ADVANCES made. Settlements day after Sale (if required). VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Transfer, Estate Duty, and other purposes. AUCTION MART LLANRWST. 6793 ,T SHEFFIELD HOUSE, LLANRWST. MESSRS. WHITTAKER & co. have .iYJL received instructions from Mr. Frank Jones, who is leaving the town, to Sell by Public Auction on SATURDAY, APRIL 25th, 1903 (Llanrwst Fair Day), the whole of his Valuable STOCK OF GLASS, CHINA, EARTHENWARE, CUTLERY, etc. Sale commencing at 2 o'clock in the Afternoon. C885 TALYCAFN SMITHFIELD (Carnarvonshire side of the River). k'CL THE SECOND PERIODICAL SALE of FAT & STORE CATTLE, SHEEP & PIGS, will be held in the above Smithfield, adjoining the Ferry Hotel, Talfcafn, ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1903. Sale at 12-30. 6782 One Month's Credit. Further Entries Invited. PERCY Kay, Auctioneer and Valuer, HOUSE, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT. FIRE, LIFE, AND GENERAL INSURANCE AND COMMISSION AGENT. Distraints Levied. Rents Collected. Typewriting and Duplicating. 6526 Oxford Buildings, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay By Order of the Mortgagee. COLWYN BAY AND OLD COLWYN. Important Sale by Auction of Two Freehold Villa Residences and a Plot of Freehold Building Land with valuable Sand Pit. ME. PEECY KAY is instructed to Sell by Auction (unless in the meantime sold by Private Treaty), at the ROYAL HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, On FRIDAY, THE 1ST DAY OF MAY, 1903, at 7 p.m., the following RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES & BUILDING LAND with valuable SAND PIT, viz. Lot I-All that attractive FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, situate at the corner of Rhiw Road and Dundonald Road, Colwyn Bay. Lot 2-All that FREEHOLD VILLA RESI- DENCE adjoining the last mentioned, situate in Rhiw Road, Colwyn Bay. These two houses will first be offered in one Lot, and if not so sold then in the Lots mentioned above. Lot 3-All that eligible FRREHOLD BUILDING LAND with valuable SAND PIT known as "Hill- side," containing a ground area.of 9,073 square yards or thereabouts, with a frontage of 287 feet to Llane- lian Road, Old Colwyn. For further particulars apply to MESSRS. H. BLISS HILL & SON, Solicitors, Wolverhampton; MR. H. BLISS HILL, Solicitor, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos, Colwyn Bay; or to the Auctioneer, Oxforl Buildings, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay, from the latter of whom cards to view may be obtained. 6909 RING UP THE PEINTERSI if you require any Printing Work turned out of hand quickly and well.—W. H EVANS & SONS LTD., The Welsh Coast Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay (Tele- phone No. 56) and Chester (Telephone No. 182). Sales by Auction. George Perkins, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, RHYL and ABERGELE. BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENT.PRACTICAL VALUER TO THE GROCERY, PROVISION, WINE AND SPIRIT, HOTEL, AND DRAPERY TRADES. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. 3221 PENSARN, ABERGELE. Important Sale of FREEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES and BUSINESS PREMISES. SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, 1903. MR. GEORGE PERKINS will offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the BEE HOTEL, ABERGELE, on the above date, at 3 for 4 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to such Conditions as will be then read:— LOT I-All that Freehold Messuage Shop and Premises known a.s "NANTCLWYD HOUSE," Pensarn, containing Large Shop, 3 Entertaining 1 9 Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, 2 Large Attics, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, and usual Out Offices. The above is well-adapted for a Grocer, Baker, or Confectioner. Possession, May 1st next (if required). LOT 2-All that Freehold Dwelling-House known as "OSBORE HOUSE," Pensarn, containing 4 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, Bathroom, w.c., 2 Large Attics, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, Cellar, and usual Out Offices. LOT 3—All that Freehold Dwelling-House known as "STANHOPE HOUSE," Pensarn, containing 4 Entertaining Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, w.c., 2 Large Attic?, Kitchen, Scullery, .Pantry, and usual Out Offices. The above properties are thoroughly well-built and well-worthy of attention. With reference to Lot 1, to View and for further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer or to Messrs. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Rhyl; Lots 2 and 3 to the Auctioneer, Abergele and Rhyl; or to E. A. CRABBE, Esq., 6824 Solicitor, Abergele. MR. FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I. AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, RHYL. BOLRUDDAN, ABERGELE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. ME. FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., is in- structed by Mr. S. Scantlebury to Sell by Public Auction, on THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1903, and following days if necessary, the whole of the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE & EFFECTS, comprising the contents of 4 Entertaining rooms, 7 Bedrooms, Kitchens, Ac. On view Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 12 noon prompt. For further particulars see the posters, or apply to the Auctioneer, Market-street, Rhyl; or to Mr. J. HUGHES, Architect and Surveyor, clGivi 12, Station-road, Colwyn Bay. IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, AND OTHERS. Sale of the CONTRACTOR'S PLANT used in the construction of the PRESTATYN WATER- WORKS, which in consequence of the completion of the Contract will be removed to Rhyl for Sale. AT RHYL STATION, APRIL 28th, 1903. MR. FEANCIS GEAEY, F.A.I., A'* has received instructions from the Contractor (Mr. C. E. Carden), to Sell by Auction the CON T R A C T 0 R S PLANT, om as above, comprising A good 30 cvd. Derrick Crane, Tool Boxes, large quantity of Planks and Boards, Wheelbarrows, Dicks, Shovels, Hammers, Patent Petroleum Furnaces, Blacksmiths' Portable Forges, Anvil, Lead Dots, capital Wood-built Office (in sec- tions), Patent Chain Blocks, Firewood, &c., &c. Sale at 12 noon prompt. Catalogues of Sale may be obtained of the Auc- tioneer. Auction and Estate Offices, Market-street, Rhyl. 6789 WILLIAMEVANS, Auctioneer, Valuer, and Estate Agent Corporate Accountant and Auditor. PROPERTY SALES by Auction and Private Treaty. AUCTION SALES of Furniture, Plant, Machinery, Farming Stocks, Timber, &c., &e. Cash Advances made; settlements day after sale. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Transfer, Estate Duty and other purposes. Mortgages Negotiated Estates Managed. Rents Collected. Letting of Houses, Shops, Residences, Farms, &c. Building Estates Developed. PROPERTY REGISTER may be had FREE ON APPLICATION to the Offices, Wynnstay Chambers, COLWYN BAY. Telegrams AUCTION, COLWYN BAT. 4723 FREDERICK & Frederick, Auctioneers, Valuers, House, Esiate, and Financial Agents, 1, LITTLER'S BUILDINGS, MOSTYN ftREET, LLANDUDNO. AUCTION SALES conducted in Town and Country, of Furniture, Property, Live and Dead Stock, Farming Stock, Produce and Farm Implements. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS immediately on Com- pletion of Sale. MONIES ADVANCED from £1 to S500 on Goods, Furniture, Live and Dead Farming Stock for Sale by Auction. VALUING in all its Branches. HOUSES SOLD OR LET, Furnished or Unfur- nished. MORTGAGES ARRANGED on Properties. DISTRAINTS EFFECTED in Town and Country. OFFICES: 1, Littler's Buildings, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. WANTED to purchase for a Client, a good eight- vV roomed House of Artistic Furniture for Cash- —Apply in the first instance to FREDERICK & FREDERICK, Auctioneers. Llandudno. 6757 John CHEETHAM, Accountant & Estate Agent. FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCES. INCOME TAX RECLAIMS PREPARED. FURNISHED HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. EISTEDDFA, 6770 GROVE PARK, COLWYN BAY. Public Announcements. Victoria Pier & Pavilion Co. COLWYN BAY. Manager and Secretary AIME LALANDE. OPENING OF THE CONCERT SEASON, THURSDAY, APRIL 9th, at 7-45 p.m. Morning Orchestral Concerts, From 11 a.m. to 12-45. Admission to Pier and Concert—TWOPENCE. The MORNING CONCERTS will begin from SATURDAY, APRIL 11th. EVERY AFTERNOON during EASTER WEEK, From 3 p.m. to 4-45, SPECIAL PERFORMANCES By Mr. Squire Day & his Selected Co. Admission to Pier and Entertainment—6d. Grand Evening Concerts, From 7-45 to 9-45 p.m. Admission to Pier and Concert-6d. (except SATURDAY EVENINGS, when the Admission will be 1/-). FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 17th, At 7-45 p.m., SECOND Grand VARIETY NIGHT. SATURDAY, APRIL 18th, At 7-45 p.m., Grand Japanese Concert. Be engagement of the FAMOUS IV (Time-Beater LI-IU-KI-KEE), Which will play a. capital Programme of Japanese Music, in their gorgeous Jap Dresses. The Japanese Band will be assisted by thaiollowing Artistes SINGLE YNA NOSLEN (Prima Donna, Celestria Palais, Tokio); MARRIED RELW=OF= BASSE'S (Prologuist to Moliko); FUN = YNOHTNAG (Mikado's Favorite Jester). THE THREE GREATEST OF ALL JAPAN. SUNDAY, APRIL 19th, and during the week, Mr. FOWLER BURTON (The Celebrated Baritone). RIVIERE'S ORCHE5TRE DE SALON. Conductor Mons. H. VERBRCGCHEN. Pier Toll to 5 p.m., 2d. After 5, 6d. (except Saturday Evenings, when the Admission will be 1/-). For Weekly, Monthly, and Season Tickets, see Pier Gazettes. 6760 ABERGELE & PENSAIZN SWINIMING CLUB. Nofc5ceWnethyata GENERAL MEETING of the Members of the above Clu!> will be held in the CHURCH HOUSE, ABERGELE, ON MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1903, at 8=30 p.m. All who wish to join the Club are invited to attend. For further particulars anply to clCA A. LKIGH, Hon. Sec. IHYL May-Day Demonstration THIS POPULAR ANNUAL EVENT HAS BEEN FIXED ) OR THURSDAY, APRIL 30th, 190)5. Gigantic Procession MAY QUEEN AND COURT, EX-MAY QUEEN AND RETINUE, TRADESMEN'S TURN-OUTS, FIRE BRIGADES, CYCLISTS' CARNIVAL, etc., Ac- Prizes to the Value of X60 to be competed for. To be followed, at 2-30 p.m., by the CROWNING OF THE MAY QUEEN, IN THE Queen's Palace Ballroom, Which has been engaged for the Afternoon and Evening Performances. Grand Evening Entertainment at 6=30 p.m. Fancy Dress Ball from 10 p.m. till 2 a.m. Prices of Admission:- Afternoon orEvening Performance,Reserved Seats,2s; First Seats and Balcony, Is; Second Seats, fd. JOHN WILLIAMS, "News" Office, C8A Secretary. NEWMARKET CHAIR EISTEDDFOD, August 3rd, 1903 (Bank Holiday). CHIEF SUBJECTS:- Barddoniactli ( Poetry). 1.—Pryddcst, Cyffyrddiad Crist," heb fod tiros 300 liinell. Gwobr, £ 110s., a Chadair dderw erfiedig. Traethawd (Essay). 3.-Gweiiiidogaeth Crist yn yr Oruwchystafell. Gwobr, zCl Cerddoriaeth. (Music). LLtolSIOL (VOCAL). 4.—Y BRIF GYSTADLEUAETH GoRAWL.Corau Meibionheb fod dan 30 mewn nifer, Cydgan y Pererinion (Dr Parry) CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION, Male Voice Choirs not lest than 30 in number, "Pilgrim's Chorus (Dr. Parry). Gwobr (Priz^), .£18, and G. ,ld-centre Silver Aledal for Conductor; and Gold-centre Silver Medal for the Best Soloist in any choir. 5.-Corau Cymysg, heb fod dan 30 mewn nifer (Mixed Choirs not under 3J in number), "Tawel chwytli awelon hwyrddydd" ("riofilv blows the evening breezes") (Isalaw). Gwobr (Prize), £ VA, and'Gold- centre Silver Medal f r Conductor. S.—Coraa heb fod dros 16 oed na, than 25ain mewn nifer (Juvenile Choirs not over 16 years of age, and not over 25 in number), Cwsg, 1'anwylvd, cwsg ("Sleep, darling, sleep"' (D. W. Lewis). Gwobr (Prize), .£5, and Gold-centre Silver Medal for Co ductor. AdjudicatorD. W. LEWIS, Esq., F.T.S.C., Brynaman. Programmes now ready, price Id.; by post, ljd. Sec.—OLIVER SAVAGE, 6900 Ty Mawr, Newmarket, Rhudrilan, R.S.O. n -_p-, INTENDING PURCHASERS OF GOODS, &c., adver- tised in our columns are asked to mention the Pioneer when writing to advertisers it helps us by proving that the advertisements bring good results. Public Announcements. Public Hall, Colwyn Bay. Manager ADIE LALANDE. For TWO NIGHTS ONLY! APRIL 16th and 18th, at 8 p.m. THURSDAY ) Mr. Squire Day And his SATURDAY. SPECIALLY SELFXTED COMPANY. Admission—Front Seats, Is.; Second Seats, 6d.; Back Seats, 4d. MONDAY, APRIL 20th, from 8-30 to 11 p.m., SELECT DANCE. Only a limited number of Tickets will be issued— applications for same to be made to the Manager. Single Tickets, Is. 6d. each Lady and Gent's Ticket, 2s. 6d. THURSDAY, APRIL 23rd, from 8 to 10-30 p.m., POPULAR DANCE. Admission—Is. each or Double Ticket, Is. 6d. E7M Vale of Conway Agricultural Show. THE SIXTH ANNUAL ABOVE SZE3IOW will be held at LLANBEDR, TALK AFX, K.S.O., On Saturday, August 29th, 1903. NEW MARQUEE ON HIRE, 60ft. x 30ft., at reasonable Terms.—For particulars apply to WILLIAM JONES (Secretary), Cennin Cottage, Llanbedr, Taly- cafn, R.S.O. 6886 Steamer Sailings. CUNARD LINE. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LIVERPOOL, via QUEENSTOWN '10 NEW YORK. Hampania Sat., April 18 Etruria Sat..Mav9 Umbria Sat., April 25 Aurania Tues., May 32 Ivernia Sat., May 2 Campania .Sat., M:ty 16 TO BOSTON. Saxonia .Tues., April 21 Carpathia Tuc3.,May5 Ultonia.Tues., May 12 FARES Saloon, from X13. Second Cabin, from .£8; Third Class, £ 5 15s. and X6, according to steamer. Outfit Free. Ten per cent. reduction on Return Tickets Saloon. Five per cent. Second Cabin. Second and Third Class Passengers forwarded free via New York to Philadelphia and Boston, and via Boston to New York and Philadelphia. Third Class also forwarded frje to Baltimore. Extremely comfortable Third Class, excellent food. The N- w York ships are the fastest, and the Boston ships the largest, that leave Liverpool for their respective ports, and their appoinimentsand cuisine are unsurpassed. The remarkable steadiness of the IVKRNIA ani SAXONIA makes sea sickness practically impossible. Regular line of steamers to Mediterranean Ports and Havre. Passengers booked through to all parts of America and Canada. Apply to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED, 8, Water-st., Liverpool; or to their Agents, A. DOUHLAS, Colwyn Bay OWEN J. JONES, Llanrwst; J. It. JONES, Lloyd-street, and HUGH JONES, Lloyd-street, Llandudno; J. S. WILLIAMS, 3, Market-street, and IVANS & Co.. Town Hall, ilhyl; F. D. CHANTY, Penmaeninawr H. J. J JNKS, Llanfairfecbnn. 51 hs Coach Tours. J. Fred Francis'Coaches (SUCCESSOR TO EDWIN JONES). EASTER COACHING and un'n L¡ .q. further notice. Times of Starting and Returning- (Weather and other circumstances permitting). To and from Bettws-y-Cosd. — THE TOOHIST" Coach will leave The Mews, Colwyn Bay, daily, Sundays excepted,at 10 a.m..proceeding through Vale of Mochdre, over Conway Suspension Bridge, and on to Trefriw, and Bettws-y-Coed, returning on the Denbighshire side of the River Conway at a-15 p.m.. and arriving home about 6-30 p.m. Fare for the lluund, 7s.; Box Seats, Is. ex ra. 40 miles. To and from the City cf bt. Asaph.—A Coach leaves The Mews at 11 a.m., passing Gwrych Castle, the seatof the Earl of Dundonald; thence ou to Rhuddlan and St Asiph, returning via Bodelwydden Marble Church, and arriving home about 5-15 p.n Fare for the Round, 5s.; Box S<ats, Is. extra. 28 miles. To and from Penmaenmawr.-A Coach leaves The Mews at 2-30 p.m., proceeding through the Vale of Mochdre, Conway, thence over Sychnant Pass to Pen- ilip.ei,i,xiawr, re-,tiriiing via, the Coast Road, and arriving home about 6-15 p.m. Fare for the Round, 4s.; Box Seats, Is extra. "23 miles. To and from Hodnant Hall. -On Tuesdays and Satur- days, a Coach leaves the Mews at 2-30 p.m., for Bodnant Hall. a fine mansion standing amidst charming grounds which are thrown open to the public. This drive should not be missed. Returning home about 6 p.m. Fare, 3s.; Box Seats, Is. extra. 16 miles. Other short Coaching Tours are taken. Any of the Coaches can be engaged privately at a oay's notice. To and from Gwrych Castle.—The Proprietor has per- mission to drive through the grounds of Gwrych Castle, the residence of the Earl of Dundonald. Days of Admission, Mondays and Fridays Conveyances run to Rhos-on-Sea, Pier-head, and Old Colwyn. Lessons in Bidbig d- Driving. Wedding Carriages supplied Carriages of all descriptions, including Rubber-tyre Landaus, Victorias, and Governess Cars for hire. Horses for hire by the day, week, month, or year. Horses taken at Livery on easy terms. All carriages be- longing to J. Fred Francis haxe the name on the door. BOOKING AND INQUIRY OFFICE :— THE MEWS, COLWYN BAY. Facing the N. & S. Wales Bank. No connection with any other Posting Office. Branch—Victoria Mews, Conway Rd. Telephone No. la For further particulars see J. Fred Francis' Coaching Guide. Telegrams—Mews, Colwyn Bay. 6786 Legal Notices. MISS JEMIMA LAMPEN, deceased. ALL PERSONS having claims or demands I against the estate of Jemima Lampen, late of Harlow House, Colwyn Bay, in the County of Denbigh, spinster, are required to send particulars of such claims or demands to me, the undersigned, on or before the 30th instant, after which date the executor will proceed to distribute the assets, having regard only to the claims then received. Dated this fifteenth day of April, 1903. THOS. H. MORGAN, 12, Station Road, Colwyn Bay. Solicitor for the Executor. 6908 Police Notice. OQ REWARD—Whereas during the night of the 13th instant, certain malieious damage was done to Shrubs and Flowers in the Garden at Hor- tonroyde, Old Colwyn, the above reward will be paid to any person giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the guilty person or persons.— Information to Sergt. TIPPETT, Colwyn Bay. April 14th, 1903. 6888 _=- Public Notices. ln the Matter of the WINDING-UP of the COhVf lur DiSTRIOT GAS CO MP A NOTICE IS HEREBY an EXTRAORDINARY GENERA MEETING of the COJ.WVN BAY AND DISTBICT.GF COMPANY will be held on MONDAY, the ^ED seventh day of APRIL, 1903, at Three o'clock io Afternoon, at the IMPERIAL HOTEL, COLWYN for the purposes of receiving the account of Winding-up of the Company, and for deciding disposition and distribution of the balance OI Realised Funds of the Company. jn After the distribution of the available un IItM accordance with the decision of the Meeting) Company will fc>:io be dissolved. (Signed; WILLIAM EARP, Chairman and LIQUIDATOR-^ Colwyn Bay, 6th April. 1903. LLANDUDNO Junction Co-operative Society are, LLANDUDNO Junction Co-operative advertising through the Co-operative for intending visiters to this locality to ?,JNO Society for addresses of Co-operators at LLANO G Junction and Conway. Members having A PART TO available are invited to immediately send PARTICU^^ to the COMMITTEE, Go-operative Stores, LLAND" Junction. William R. Evans, ARCHITECT AND SURVEYOR, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Particulars of Famished and Unfurnished Rouses on application. 6615 RHOS ON SEA, COLWYN BAY. RHOS-ON-SEA .—To be Let, Furnished-A DETACHED HOUSE, situated on a EO^ manding site on the sea front, containing 3 S ,G Entertaining Rooms, a fine Entrance Hall, O Pantry, 2 Kitchens, Scullery, Larder, 8 Bedrooms. Bathrooms, and W.C. 6648 TO BE LET, Unfurnished DETACHEDHO^A at Rhos-on-Sea, commanding splendid SEA T6 mountain views. This house contains a LARGE R" Entrance Hall, Dining and Drawing Rooms, Scullery, Butler's Pantry, Larder, 7 Bedrooms, andWX!. _66^ TO BE LET, Unfurnished VILLA, 3 I"IN^B walk from the Rhos-on-Sea new Golf House, contains Sitting Room, Kitchen, SCULL :< Larder, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom, and W.C. 1/1 OR SALE, a 4-L.p. CR SSLE Y'• OTTO ENGINE, complete with double fly Furnished Houses to Let. TO LET, FURNISHED, ^Reception ROOFF^ Bedrooms, Bathroom, &A., splendid sea J1 close to Rhos Golf Links.-—Apply WILLIAMS' K'1- Penrhyn Bay, Llandudno. 6'I—, TO LET Furnished, for the next six centrally-situated PRIVATE HOUSE,.2 RECEP tion rooms, 6 bedrooms, bathroom, &c., at 2 N,UL" V!1 per we,-k.-Apply K.P., c/o Pioneer Offices, O64 Bay. r,664 Unfurnished Houses to Let f|VJ LET, Unfurnished, BYKOM," Grove JL Colwyn Bay. very convenient Residence; R £ 24; possession May 22nd.—Address J. OAT5Q-ZI Trinity-street. Hudelerslield. "IJT ACIL •Quarter's Kent paid by you may be -12i a sttp towards ownership. If this seems able to you send a P.C. for further particulars to W. BJENHAM, Esq., 72, Bishopsgate-street London, E.G. Mention this paper. rT OLD COLWYN. TO LET7"0NE SEM* DETACHED VILLA.— Glen," WYNNSW road, containing 3 Reception Rooms, 7 Bedrooi w.c., Bath (h. and E.), Kitchen, Scullery, PAN Coalhouse, w.c., Garden front and back. Close Office, Station, and Shore. — Apply, FBXM^L* Llangefni. Anglesey. RJNO LET.—Large Commodious HOUSE, JL "Biyn CKvyd, situated in Clwyd-SU'ELI' Ruthin, containing dining and drawing 10°MYVNP'» trance hall, good kitchen, and 5 bedrooms, STABV^ coach house, cow house, large garden, and Apply CA-TI,E ESTATE OFFICES, Ruthin. TO BE LET, from beginning of May, ID WAL, in Station-road, Llanrwst; two E" taming and four bedrooms, bathroom (h. and lavatory and w.c.; four minutes' walk from TOWN A railway station.—Apply W. JONJ:S, Union BO Llanrwst. 6° „ OL'SE TO LET, unfurnislled, HIGHFLF,^ HOUSE," Churton-road, Rhyl.—APPLY AQ HUOHES, Greyhurst, Churton-road, Rhyl. 6" MO LET, U N I- U EN I SHE 1) 6, Carr i U terrace, Llanrwst, commanding charming of the Conway Valley. Three entertaining bedrooms, bathroom (h. and C), lavatory AND W-^ kitchen, pantry, larder, and usual domestic FO Apply E. S. PAKHY, Iuigo House, Llanrwst. HOUSE in Rhiw Bank-terrace, Colwyn E_ Sitting, 4 Bedrooms £ 22 per annum aiate"possession.—Apply J. M. PORTER, Estate OM Colwyn Bay.. RIYREFRIW.—TO LET for such period as NJAY 1 agreed upon, TREFRIW RECTOR 19- taining 3 Reception-rooms, 6 Bedrooms, DRESS room, w.c., Kitchen, Back-Kitchen, Scullery. j Cellar, also good Kitchen and Flower Gardens, Tennis Court. The COTTAGE in the BectOr Grounds is also to Let.—Apply to P. £ IG4 Llanrwst. 3 TI VJ BE LE F, from the lst-il-lay next, a conID30dioug JL HOUSE, 3, Marine-terrace, Pensarn, ABERG —Apply MRS. DAVIES, Windsor-terrace, DENBI^' MO LET, "The Poplars," Bryn-Gobaith, JL Asaph; rent £ 22 per annum.—Applv to W WILLIAMS, St. Asaph. TO be Let, comfortable and convenient, ^0G nine-roomed HOUSES, close to shore and J* golf links, Penrhyn Bay. Gardens back and Apj)ly to Mrs. COLE, Oaklands, Penrhyn Bay, ^7 Unfurnished Houses Wanted in or WANTED, Smalf HOUSE with "Garden,■ near Colwyn Bay.—BETA, Pioneer Colwyn Bay. WANTED at once, Unfurnished COLTA Penmaenmawr or Pensarn preferred; 3 moderate.—Apply MRS. A. DOVASTOX, Bryn Llandyrnog, iicai- Denbigln Dogs, Guns, &c. BOARDING KENNELS, LIANDRIIIO-YN-J^J Colwyn Bav.—Good accommodation AD TEjjt ercising ground"; Dogs carefully attended to .JPJLJES foster-mother 011 h<'re; Cocker Spaniel occasionally for sale. At Stud, the well-known 0 cocker, Roland Darky, K.C.S.B., fee 2 GU'NCO^2 Apply, W. T. ROYLE, "The Ship Hotel." ^edical. NURSING INSTITUTION, ABBEY LLANDUDNO. Nurses: Medical, SURG^GG, Maternity, or Mental, promptly sent to cases. JVGD- age and Electrical treatment. Patients ^'ECFRA3 Tel. 160. >I1HE MEDICAL HOME, Coed Pella Road, J- wyn Bay. Hospital-trained nurses BUPPG^- electricity and massage, nursing apphan MATRON, Telephone 24.