\TThips' in COAT Advertiser, a place as PARTNER I,T nve3tigntiA«°rxTn ot^er business; must bear Y. 678_- ^&il,ions Vacant. SStiSSSl topij ^anvassiiir, .llset*t0 Book-keeping and star tainted ,wit^" knowledge of Welsh and 8SV5m,^h J^udno preferred. Write liolml r ,0119' and salary required to W^TS-Si ndudn°- £ 933 w and vi,?! Manch07ter7 (lOOK-GE N EJ1AL, 5i«8^ HOUSEMAID; small family; T^!lroad oirl n i°r aPP]7 Mrs. OSBALDESTON, 2, P, •- 6926 S Pwiiycrn^D Driver WANTED at <jr Jv?C8s indisno ui -otel' good character and and ln10ut eotta^e^A s^ate wages required, with 0 clock -if ii, 4pP^y by letter, or between 9 ESTATE OFFICES, Colwyn Bay. W**S5rr-T 6^ hL JLW' str'on« GENERAL, able to 10l,ef. ULfT7l family—Apply HUGHES, Con- D- ^904- Unl», Either'110 ?nce~^barp, strong LAD to assist Bav* or ^11 time) delivering milk in Vfc'N, CoKvvn I)Wa8e3-—Apply THHOSTLEDEXE, WA^A) y' 689i '"Vin» ^ay-Qu beginning of ^-lage, Talvonf 1?>oman-—Mrs. ROBERTS, Caerhun 6894 orio .^ork: >ynr,J ^7.anted (age about 20) for Office t,nJVlth knowlo/i Wl'lter and correct in accounts; 'Uen e °f sun05e ° ,draPei7 or grocery preferred ,Herchnvi+°ri 0 h ara c t e r.—A pply J. EDWARDS, A IiEpRp^ evlan' Bethesda. 6879 i'em, P°rtaut is Wanted for an ini- tiation will H3ar,y to a suitable person the T ■STAB STRONG YOUTH.—Apply t^11 Bay PLY STOKES, 15, Station road, A^Tl2n C837 ^A(1, ^speet '7,GIl0°M GARDENER, active, Pla,<i T i 018,11' *ie^P iQ house, knives, &c. A,1,3. an ex 4- useful GENERAL, to work under esg P enced Waitress country hotel.— Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6859 'leai- ifPply .Ton? rf^EBHANGERS Wanted.- >^4eii IlN H* Joxes, Painter, &c., Abersoeh, 1 iARET AiTpvp- 6849 •fee /ached iv Yanted, to live in the House at- f^WyEtY P Tclu'dren preferred.—Terms, duties, X ^^lji:eshfield> Colwyn Bay. 6809 '^ages in? i'equiredR.ALi(light)' 110 coolV'?S or wash- Apnlv w charwoman weekly; liberal Y RS- SUMMEEHILL, Bodfor, Rhyl. W^S^r^orTTTT — 'Ojaa Useful. niY niake himself generally >^Sta?L?le,to drive—Apply T. ROBERTS, r^^0GjJpvI 7oa77 Colwyn Bay. 6795 si0tl„ ,a]j round1 X?a l'1*0 VISIONS. — Wanted, an lH'ie» able to tiL-f a')ovc well up in provi- ^Acrfi' P6rmanpn enAlre Sparge in absence of pro- JJ-K p- y xt suitable; good wages given. WA7a'R^ '3Mw?'' Ofiices, Colwyn Bay. 6795 Xov abonti8a. g00^ GENERA!; SERVANT, age Pionppf n&00 character required.—Address, W^^r^!lgo1^u Bay. 9834 ;V0,o w°ik- 'rr,G,eil,eial SERVANT, used to Farm- r 1 bome respectable girl.—H.D., wy njk y. (16 a Ji;SitLJailns Wanted, Setti(2,'le '»sertliv,<?^er!serner'ta under this headiug & 12 words (or under), 6d Three In ^^FEOD8, 8A—^Address: THE PIONEER }f.O P°mt)a«i«?it1Uat.50Q as LADY HELP, or Offi im;llid Eady; good Cook.— eatlv requivp^1fen8aged, can take all duties; wash T^ii good references last situation; 65' Bri^e-St" Chester. 6938 PtefcJ^jsic in Ai,* reqnires Pupils for Erench and P»vate family or school; Welsh Coast 88 c/o Pioneer Offices, Colwyn BX^Kl £ ScplTr 6918 §alt tipper (,f EATJNDRESS wants Situation, Tffr-Apply ■■ H.B. Gallowliili 4^yo|#0rtl1111^1-^ 69 )1 le^a.ble;^Is'tuation, trustworthy and Vjt>> Actc*ress 6, VINE-STREET, Birming- VVA^El^ 6881 as BLAIN COOK in C?>i 'r 0lfices n1 J 111 Colwyn Bay.-Apply "M.H," iVA'^Ov uhvvil lla> 6893 ffices, colxvyl,I Bly. "^ce*by8in!iante"d aa MANSER- p° email.—Address'- M.G. Pioneer VV^'j? 6832 5'ves KaU) Ration as~HOUSE rARLOUR- S^tleman's family; character Y'j^G VDv0'' ces'_ < :oi^yn 15ay. 6783 -i^ieof8,8 GoVi?t)x^iPneoili0rmistl desires Situation E»glish p ES? ''n a Family or School; Latin, Maths, and Music r^==^SAEEiZM.p., Pioneer Offices. 6889 fJ ols ,kttfiforl es, Carriages, &-c. under this heading ^^VoS; six C'1/. Words (or under), 6d; Three In- 15ay —Address: THE PIONEER take I-oild, ig,ht-ru-'ng LANDAU, iii grand dv I'fi t ^ps,' An Spring Head, Pole and Bar, carry 6; c°mplete. Smart WAGGON- condi«°". wjth adjust- V e/o ;v Ci' complete. Bargains.— £ •,°n"('^ce^' Colwyn Bay. 6912 eap.ibands grand condition, forl2-J Pply \y T> ^?PS' ^c-; price £ 8 and £ 8 15s. • • WILLIAMS, Grocer, Llanddulas. TV C9I •^el Dog ovrt?"E to carry eight, and a 0N Su: GAKI—Apply, OSTLER, Dolgin 6883 cbearT^UAnot too heavy, to ^Wst. eaP-—ApplyJokes, Union House, ,WA* l>;b S) „• 6875 fLb ,sunp0' »atl 4 or 2-Wlieeled CARR1AGE, A\r^.0'le'lr Offir>o rePair, cheap.—Address, 6831 ^less °^Se8-Cobs ,to ^now where to get a&j.^Og. to suit on1?,8' Wagons all sizes, Traps, Saft Rreqf i^usinesses, and pay as you Ro/ Paying ^orse ;q ^,v,a,nta8e is that the useful toiY>S a'ona .^a- It mi, ° many other articles on tKfi cash is great A earu ^he instalments as it 1§0 6<N t'hpi tJloae who >!10my e7en to those who can W c°tlaif/Qt a borsp f a'Ve ? .hlre may consider in Toi 03inotbing.—PARKER WOOD, S. hi^tS, TTilf l phone 86Y Pa'k- 6756 *0^ ? °* chtt!!0od WorlBlaCk P0NY' aged, 13-hands hl8be^ren • ^Ulct- ^>ost suitable for 0rse.—g 3 guineas; or will exchange K AL °FF1CE' BhyL 1?J ^ft^er'ed °N' in e«client condition; Wflreen c'°th: with lamps, brake WS&aifeyT Address' "SK* lJ.r Sets 0, Workers) .)s, 14 hands; one Pony, 13-2 \y ^)e Havive„ f Spring Carts, two Floats, Qess' two sets Double Harness.— ^===;===r^_ ecri s-road Mews, Llandudno. 6640 £$z^option- C6s' Oofi*' state termi^'rA good reliable Home 1W^ Bay, 6rms—Address M.I," Pioneer 6905. BUILDING LAND, BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TO LET OR FOR SALE. ESTATES DEVELOPED. PROPERTIES MANAGED REGISTER OF FURNISHED HOUSES. J. M. PORTER, Surveyor, Valuer and Estate Agent, The ESTATE OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. NAT. TELEPHONE No. 38. 6588 TELEGRAMS :—PORTER, SURVEYOR, COLWYN BAY. Houses and Land for Sale. KATES for 1'repaid Advertisements under this heading are—One Insertion. 12 words (or under), 6d; Three In- sertions, Is Six Insertions, 2s—Address: THE PIONEER OFFICES, COLWYN BAT. TITO BE HOLD, Freehold HOUBE, Vron Villa," JL Old Colwyn.—Apply R. WILLIAMS, Penrliyn Crescent, Llandudno. 6935 fl"O Builders and Others-TO BE SOLD, TWO i VILLAS, South aspect; rents 137 10s. per annum with an accommodation to build six dwelling-houses. S500 or S600 can be left on mort- gage.—Apply HAYDOCK COAL OFFICE. 6854 MARL PARK INSTATE, near LIANDUDNO. 1. -Eligible Building Sites, commanding fine views of Conway Estuary, Sea, and Mountains, for sale in plots to suit purchasers.—Apply J. EVANS THOMAS, Llewelyn Chambers, Llandudno. 6775 OLNVYN BAY.-A -LIOUSE to be sold, contain- c ing 2 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, usual con- veniences, stable, and good yard.—Apply WILLIAMS, Edein House, Erskine-road. clbl Offices, Shops, &c., to Let. TABLE ANIY"(30ACH(J U SK to Let.—Apply Bon IVOR, Erwen-road, Colwyn Bay. 6882 H Y L.-I-IOUSE AND SHOP To Let, wii immediate possession, in main street from Station.—Apply CAMPLING & SON, Rhyl. 6867 Apartments to Let. I IIESTER.—Large SIT I1NG AND BEDRTYOMS^ VJ within two minutes' walk of the river and tram route central.—Apply P41, Pioneer Offices, Chester. C16A OWORTABLE LODGINGS for young men in business. Moderate terms.—M.B., c/o Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6869 ST. ASAPH..—To Let, Furnished, 2 Sitting Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Bath, w.c.—Apply MR. RICHARD LEWIS, St. Asaph. 6850 LADY offersFURNISHED or UNFURNISHED ROOMS. Board if required. Splendid Views. -ARNSIDE. Vale of Mochdre. 6805 LADY offers COMFORTABLE HOME, perman- JLJ ent or otherwise. B)ard if desired.—STELLA, Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6804 ANTED PAIITICULARS.—Homes for guests, ANTED PAIITICULARS.—Homes for guests, boarders, invalids, residents, patients, care children, home education, schools, furnished houses for letting or sale. —TURNER'S, 168, Piccadilly, London. L440 COLWYN BAY APARTMENT BUREAU. Subscription Registers kept of the best APART- MENT, BOARDING and FURNISHED HOUSES TO BE LET. State requirements to WA. EVANS, Wynnsfay Chambers, Colwyn Bay. 5674 APARTMENTS.—To all having Apartments to jLJL Let. Do not lose Pounds by having your Apartments empty, when for 6d. (or three weeks ] s.) you can have a 12 word advertisement in twelve different Editions of the "Pioneer." PUPLISIII LNG OFFICES Conway-road, Colwyn Bay. Apartments Wanted. LADY and Gentleman require Comfortable APARTMENTS, with attendance, for six months preference where no other visitors strictly moderate terms.—H, 22, Derby-road, Southport. 6940 WANTED at once, Permanent APARTMENTS, Double-bedded and Sitting, with Piano; must be reasonable for all the year round.—Address M.C.. c/o Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6870 BEDROOM and SITTING ROOM wanted by JD Gentleman in Colwyn Bay, from April 27th; open, elevated situation.—Write full particulars and lowest terms, X Y Z, Belgravia, Library, Abergele- road, Colwyn BayJ 6864 Miscellaneous. EH E U M AT ISM. — Invaluable Information, embracing successful treatment and speedy.cure, free, send stamped address.—WIIYMAX, Pharmaceu- tical Chemist, Kirkdale. 6932 SCRAP-IRON (all kinds); Brass, Lead, &c., old Tanks and Boilers bought for cash, prices sent on application.—CAMPBELL BROS., 42 & 44, Kew-st., Liverpool C16A HOPE"BANK, COLWYN BAY. — Dining and Tea, Rooms, Schools and Private Parties Catered for, Apartments and Board for Cyclists; Welsh spoken.-iNIR. DAVIES. 6762 ANTED, on AJORTG-VGE, at 4%, £ 800—Apply W by letter first instance to FREDERICK & FREDERICK, Auctioneers, 1, Littler's Buildings, Llandudno. 6753 EHEUMATI8M.T-A11 kinds SPEEDILY 1 CURED. Marvellous discovery. Splendid results. Moderate cost. Write for testimonials.— BARIN-J GOULD, Rheumatic Specialist, "Ivanhoe," Queenswood-road, Birmingham. Advice Free. 6655 Draw. LD COLW-YN SILVELI BAND.-Wiiining 0 numbers:— 1437 950 1100 2999 345 1784 3 1678 1809 94 1938 72 1152 1150 19 476 1798 2357 3194 2170 1782 2959 3266 3438 1163 1233 3303 3301 (.1115A Poultry, Eggs, &c. GGS.- White Leghorns, 3s. 6d.; Duck Eggs, E Aylesbury cross with Rouen, 33. 6d. a sitting, 25 strong healthy chickens, breed, large bronze Turkey]'ijggs,-TAN-Y-COED, Mochdre. 6785 SITTINGS of Buff Orpington EGGS (Cook's Strain), 3s. 6d. per dozen, by post 4s.—MRS. HUGIIES, Bryn-y-maen Vicarage. 6797 EGGS from my Prize Stock of Noted laying Silver Wyandotte's, 3s. 6d. per 13 eggs guaranteed fertile.—ROBERT GRAY, MeadowHouse, Bromborough, Cheshire. 6731 E G GS FOR SITTING.—Ancona, Campine, White Leghorn, Black Orpington all from handsome, well marked, strong birds of prize strains and splendid laying powers; 3s 6d dozen.-Mits. STARR, RiplilalhaM, Dinerth-road, Llandrillo-yn-Rhos. 6769 GGS.—Silver Campine, Black Orpington, White Leghorn, Ancona 3s 6d dozen. — ASTLEY, Colwyn Bay. 6444 EGGS, White Leghorns, 2/6, Buff Orpingtons, 3/6 per dozen.—DUNN, The Knoll, Upper Colwyn Bay. 6537 Lost. OST.-GOLD BROOCH (small, round), on Bank- JLj holiday. SOIIEILSET HOUSE, Wynnstay-road, Colwyn Bay. 6925 OST—A GOLD BROOCH (spray of mistletoe studded with a diamond, ruby and sapphire), between the Dingle Promenade, Old Colwyn, and Abergele-road.-Apply Plas-y-Coed, The Dingle. 6890 OST-SIGNET RIN-G, between shore opposite t J Colwyn Bay Hotel Grounds and Promenade £ 1 reward.—Apply Colwyn Bay Hotel. 6878 Sales by Private Treaty. BRYNARYON, LLANGEFNI, ANGLESEA. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY—The above desirableLeasehoId DETACHED RESI- DENCE,containing 3 entertain ing roonis, 6 bedrooms, dressing room, attic, bathroom, w.c., nice large kitchen, scullery, &c., and cellars; giesnliouse attached large kitchen garden, well-walled; roomy loose box, 3-stalled stable, harness room and coach- house, shippon for 4. cows, well-laid ornamental grounds. Ten minutes from church, railway station, and post-office. Good fishing and hunting. 6856 For Sale-Various. RATES for Prepaid Advertisements uuder this heading are-On insertion, 12 words (or under), 6d.; Three In- sertions Is; Six Insertions 2s—Address: THE PIONEER OFFICES, COLWYN BAY. FOR SALE.—A POULTRY HOUSE, almost new, and 50 yards of Wire getting forming run.— Apply to Miss BUTLER, Bodawen, Llanfairfechan. _■ fiiB7 FOR SALE. — Quantity of one-inch FLOOR BOARDS, only been in use about six months. —Miss SYMONDS, The Towers, Rhos-on-Sea. 6927 ARI-IE UPRIGHT PIANO (Lipp, Stiittgitrt); splendid condition, suit drawing room or large hall; price 35 guineas, cost more than double; can be seen and tried by appointment.—Box 10, Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. cl6A MWELIAD NAIN A IÆlfPWL," a Straeon -I- eraill, gan Deiniol Fychan. Un o'r llyfrau mwyaf difyr a doniol. Arwerthgan yr holl Lyfrw! r'.h- wyr. Pris 6c.-Gellir ei gael oddiwrth y cyhoeddwr, C. LITTLER,. Upper Bangor, lieu yr Awdwr, Deiuiol Fychan, Bangor. e9- LIGHT OAK SIDEBOARD by Rhydwen Jones and Davies for Sale. Cost £ 13 10s., will take £ 6 10s. In perfect condition.—Apply COED HELYG, Brackley Avenue, Colwyn Bay. 6882 NTIQUE FURNITURE.- Splendid collection of Antique Furniture in Welsh Oak. Cwpbwrdd tridarn, corner Cupboards, linen Cupboards, Chests, Dressers, Wardrobes, Bureaus, Screens, Tables, Grandfather's Clocks (with brass faces), Chairs, old- fashioned China and Pewter, &c., &c.—J. TIIOMAS, Fern Bank, Llanfairfechan. 6717 rnO BE SOLD—A BARGAIN—HALL'S DERBY X DRY-AIR REFRIGERATOR, 6-ft. long, 6-ft. deep, and 2-ft. 6-in. wide.—Address L.X. Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6852 ]7lOR SALE, an Oak Wardrobe, Oak Chest, and J Chairs.—Apply ED. LLOYD, Ysgybor Newydd, Cefn, St. Asaph. 6827 OR" SALE, Eight "Horse-power PORTABLE ENGINE AND THRASHING MACHINE, equal to new also Light WAGGONETTE and TWO LANDAUS. Bargains. DAVIES, Coachbuilder, Bettws-y-Coed. 6828 171 OR SALE cheap, large number of good sound APPLE BARRELS.—Apply, NEWMAN, Fruit Merchant, Llandudno. 6755 LADY'S HUMBER BICYCLE, good condition, runs easily, £ 3 10s. — L.G., Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6765 ]jX)R SALE. — BEDROOM SUITE iii Satin J_ Walnut.—Address L.E., Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 6763 F-¡'-ÕIt SALE.-GHOCEH'S SHOP FIXTUITES, lb good condition. — Apply PEKRHOS STORES, Llandudno Junction. 6773 EEI)S! SEEDS! SEEDS! -For Agrictiltural k and Garden Seeds, Prime Welsh Clovers, Grasses, &c., Seed Grain, Barley, Oats, Beans, Vetches, Peas, &c., Mangolds, Swedes, Turnips, all at lowest market prices, go to WILLIAM ROBERTS, Coal and Corn Merchant, Rhyl. 6737 T. HUGIIES, STORES, PTITHIN, oilers 100 • Tons Eating Potatoes, aPT variety, prime quality, grown on red soil from 75s to 80s per ton, de- livered free, any station, in two ton lots. Seed, Seed, any variety, Early or Second Early Seel. Myatt's, Snowdrop, Duke of York, Ever Good, Sir John Llewelyn, Seed Potatoes. Seed Oats, Seed Barley. Baled Wheat Straw, Oats.or Barley Straw. Agent for Goulding Manures, the best and cheapest in the market. Samples and prices on application.—E. T. HUGHES, Stores, Ruthin. 4312 FISH.—9st Cod, Ling, Haddock, 10s 7st. plaice, 12s; Headless Haddocks, Is. 4d. st; Salt Cod, 2s. st; Finneys, 3s. per st; Kippers, Bloaters, 3s Red Herrings, 2s. 6s. per box Oysters, 5s. 120; Bass of Selected Fish, 2s. 6d.-LACY & SON, Fish Docks, Grimsby. 6514 FISHING TACKLE. — Fly Rods, with cork handles from 12s 6d.; Fishing Waders from 13s Gd.; Best Trout Fliea (drawn gut), Is per dozen; Eyed Trout Flies, Sneck Hooks, Is per dozen. Largest Assorted Stock in North Wales.—Apply H. W. ROBERTS & CO., Fishing Tackle Makers, Rhyl; and Constitutional Club, St. Asaph. 6487 PURE COD LIVER OIL, warranted pure; direct from manufacturer. Bottles containing pint and half, 2s. carriage paid. Special quotations for quantities.—R. COLBRIDGE, Cod Liver Oil Kinf. Works: Stanley-street, Grimsby. Established 1884. 6281 GT ENUINE Welsh Oid Oak Furniture. Several of G the very Old Welsh Style. Three-piece Cabinets, Sideboards, or Dressers, Chests, Settles, Chairs, Clocks, Rushlight Holders, Brasses, Curios, Old Lustre and other China.—Particulars, JONES. 49, Denbigh-street, Llanrwst. 5817 \T7TRE NAILS, Mixed, 9s. per cwt.; 281bs., 2s. 6d.; V V Screws, mixed, 30s. per cwt.; 281bs., 8s.; wire cut, wrought and malleable nails, tacks, shoe nails, rivets, &c., wholesale prices.—MIDLAND NAIL WORKS, 25, Rea-st., Birmingham. John Pyne, Proprietor. 5615
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. MARRIAGES. B&ironD-Jol,-r, S-Ilth April, at the Presbyterian Church, w' Conway-road, Colwyn Bay, by the Rev. J. Edwards, Robert Bai-iifocii, Burton-on-Treat, to Jemima Jones, of Coed y Cra, Mil!, Flint. 692,1 DEATHS. HINSON—April 8, at Bodfari, N. Wales, William Hinson, J.P., of Birkenhead. KEEP—Mr G. W, Keep, at the Cottage Hospital, Llan- dudno, April 1st, 1903, late of the Gardens, Bodysgallen, Llandudno, aged 08. No cards. Relatives return 1 hanks for great kindness shewn. CIOA ROBERTS—On the 14th inst., at Penmaenmawr, in her 17th year, Alice, the beloved niece of T. E. and E. Roberts, Gwynant, Withington. RUsDEN-On the 9th inst., at Colwyn Bay, Gladys, eldest daughter of Nelson and Mabel Rusden, of Melvern Bank, West Didsbury. TURNER—On the 3rd inst., at Bryn Derwen, Llanfair- fechan, William Edwin Turner, the youngest son of the late Thomas Berks Turner, Miodlehome, Sale.
II II II Funerals Completely Furnished by D. ALLEN & SONS, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAT. TELEPHONE 0197. Telegrams—Allen's, Undert akers, Colwyn Bay. Ti 47 n II "II
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To Advertisers Change of copy for serial advertise- ments must be received pot later than Wednesday Morning next week, otherwise insertions cannot be guaranteed. New Biscuit. CRAWFORD'S SWEET. RAGLAN" SHORT. RICH. 3353
Coming Auction Sales Advertised in The Pioneer." April 17—Household Furniture, at 2,1-lhiw-Bank Avenue, Colwyn Bay, by Mr. F. A. Dew, C lwyn Bay. April 17th-Freehold Residence, at the Castle Hotel, Conway, by Messrs. J. Pritchard & Porter, Bangor. April 17—Freehold House and Premises, at the Royal Hotel, Colwyn Bay, by Mr. Jeffrey Thomas, Colwyn Bay April 17-Valtiable Properties at the Castle Hotel, Con- way, by Messrs J. Pritcliard and Porter, Bangor. April 18—Dwelling Houses and Bus ness Premises, at the Bee Hotel, Abergele, by -Ilr. George Perkins, Abergele and Rliyl. ° April g-Honsehold Furniture, at Enslefield, 25, Cresceut- road, Rhyl, by Mr. Joseph Williams, Rhyl. April 20—Marine Residence, at the Westminster Hotel Rhyl, by Messrs William Dew and Son, Bangor, Llan- dudno and Carnarvon. April 20-Freehold Building Sites, at the Westminster Hotel, Rhyl, by Messrs W. Dew & Son, Bangor, Llan- dudno and Carnarvou. April 21-Iell,seholcl Property and Business Prem'ses, at the Marine Hotel, Llandudno, by Mr. F. J. Sarsou, Llandudno. April 21—Cycles, at Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, by Messrs John Booth and Co., Colwyn Bay. April 21-Leaseholc1 Dwelling House, at the King's Head Temperance Hotel, Llanrwst, by Messrs Robert & Rogers Jones, Llanrwat. April 21—Freehold and Leasehold Properties, by Messrs. Robert & Rogers Jones, Llanrwst. April 22—Periodical Sale of Cattle, &c., at Talycafn Marti by Messrs. Robert & Rogers Jones, Llanrwst. April 22-H uBehold Furniture, at the Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, by Mr. F. A. Dew, Colwyn Bay. April 29, 23-Costly and Decora! i .re Furniture and S'erVng Silver and Silvered Plate, at the Masonic Hall, Llan- dudno, by Mr F. J. Sarson, Llandudno. April 22 and 23—Heusehold Appointments, at Tudor Lodge, Penmaenmawr, by Messrs J. Pritcliard and Porter, Bangor. April 23 Household Furniture and Effects, at Bolruddan, Abertelj-rd., Colwyn Bay, by Mr. Francis Geary, F.A.I., TIhyl. April 23-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Implements, &-c, at Hafod, Gwytherin, by -)Ieisrs. Koberc and Rogers Jones, Llamwat. April 25—Glass, China, Earthenware, Cutlery, etc., at SheflieldHouso, Llanrwst, by Messrs Whittaker & Co., Llanrwst. April 27-Semi detached Residence, at the Westminster Hotel, Hhyl, by Messrs W. Dew & Son, Bangor, Llall- dudno and Carnarvon. April 28, 29-Household Furniture, at Clwyd House, Rhyl, by Messrs W. Dew & Son, Bangor, Llandudno and Car- narvon. April 29—Periodical Sale of Cattle, Sheep and Pigs, at Talycafn Smithlield, by .Messrs YVhittaker and Co., Llanrwst. April 23-Cont.l'actors' Plant, at Rhyl Station, by Mr Francis Geary, F.A.I., Rhyl. April 29, 30, and May I—Horses; &c., at North Wales Re- pository, Wrexham, by Messrs. Frank Lloyd & Sons, Wrexham and St. Aasph. April29— Letting of Grazing 1 and (by Auction), at Cer- niach, Llanrwst, by Messrs. Robert & Rogers Jones, Llanrwst. April 30—Letting of Pasture Land, at the Plough Hotel, bt, Asaph. by Alt sirs. Frank Lloyd & Sons, Wrexham and St. Asaph. April 30—Great. Spring Prize Sales, in St. Asaph Smith- field, by Messrs. Frank Lloyd & Sons, Wrexham and St. Asaph. End of April-Household Furniture, etc.. at Gwyfryn, Llanrwst, by Mess:-?. Robert & Ror_e:s J CUBS, 1;a-urw.t, May I-Semi-detached Residences, ac Colwyn Bar, by Mr Percy Kay, Colwyn Bay. May 1 — Special Store Stock Sale, at Corw m Smithfie'tl, by Meisr j. David Roberts & Son, Co»weii and Denbigh. May <i— Leasehold Property, at Marine Hotl, Llandudno, by Messrs. Wm. Dew & Sor, Bangor, L'anludno, and Carnarvon. May 13-Freohold Properties and Building Laud, at the Eagles Hotel, Llanrwst, by Mr. F. A. Dew, Colwyn Bay. May rex-I-Totel and Fstites, Rt the Sportsman Hote', Carnarvon, by Messrs W. & Son, Bangor, Llau- dudno and Carnarvon.
Li £ hting«up Time. April 17-Fi.iday 7 58 P "Ll- i S-S.itui-clav 1; o 1, 39-Sunday 8 1 ,< 20—Monday 8 3 21—Tuesday 8 5 „ II 22—Wednesday 8 7 23—Thursday 8 8 „
News of the World. The French Premier is making a colonial tour. On Saturday an eclipse of the moon took place. General'' Booth is. seventy four years of age. At Lowestoft the sea is making very serious inroads. Heavy snowfalls were reported abroad during Eastertide. 0 Salmon fishers are making remark- ably good catches in the Dee. At Mountain Ash on Monday, 20,000 people attended the Eisteddfod. At Richmond, Surrey, a soldier committed suicide on the eve of his marriage. 0 Yung-Lu, the "strong man "of China, died on Friday last of heart desease. No arrest has yet been made in con- nection with the Blackheath murder. Reginald Forest, the international foot- baller, has succumbed to typhoid fever. The fleets are to mobilise for the naval manoeuvres during the first week in July. On Holy Thursday, the Emperor Francis Joseph washed the feet of twelve aged men. The Jewish Passover, which commenced early on Saturday evening, lasts for eight days. 0 0 On Friday last week the Emperor of Japan reviewed a fleet of sixty-nine war- ships. Over 500 infants are killed every year in London by being overlaid in bed by their parents. At Newington, London, 011 r .vl.ni- day a sensational capture of burglars was made. Bury and Derby County, on Saturday, contest the final for the Association Foot- ball Cup. The death of Mr E. II. Vizetelly, the well-known war correspondent, is an- nounced. On Friday last week, His Majesty the King paid a visit to the top of the rock, Gibraltar. On Monday, after the decision of a. race at Kempton Park, the owner of the winner dropped dead By the wrecking of a mail train in Ireland 0 one gentleman was killed and seven pass- engers were injured. Lorenz,the bloodless surgeor, will receive afee of zC6,000 foroperating on Mr Armour's daughter at Chicago. 0 C, Last week at Blackpool, the pier took fire, and on Monday an alarming rail vay accident occurred there. On Tuesday, in London, a fashi nably dressed woman was murdered by a man who afterwards committed suicide. Sir Wilfrid Lawson has been returned for the Camborne division of Corn .vail in place of the late Mr W. S. Caine. The first century this season in first-c a^s cricket has been made by Hayward playing for Surrey against London County. n At Coalville, in Leicestershire, whil, a wedding party were at the wedding break- fast, a runaway horse jumped right into the window of the house. The Hon AuthurElliot, M.P.forDiirli,iiii and a brother or Earl of Minto, has been appointed to succeed Mr Hayes Kjsher as Financial Secretary to the Treasury. ♦ « ♦ A Foul Spot. IT would be extremely difficult to find worse cases of overcrowding in city slums than those which have been brought to light at Llanddulas. In one house, it was stated that no less than eleven persons of both sexes sleep in the same room If tin's does not constitute a grave charge a-'ain^t the administration of the Council respon sib!e, we do not know what does It IS understood that the Medical Officer of Health has called the attention of the authority to this scandalous state of things on several occasions, and it is only upon the intervention of the Loci-I Gov(i!,it,li,,ijt Board that they have at last moved in the matter. We cannot conceive, without a great effort; of imagination, the existence of such a foul spot in one of the prettiest parts on our sea coast. In a well governed community such as this it is difficult to realise that any public authority can be HO I-lx in its management of public- affaire, as to knowingly countenance the existence of so grave a, breach of public order Both from a sanitary and moral standpoint the Council should have taken steps to put an end to the nuisance, and now thev are being gently "hustled" by the LJcal Government Board it is hoped that this foul place will be done away with.
Funeral of Mr Peter Jones, Llanddulas. ON Thursday afternoon the funeral took place the Parish Church, of the late Mr Peter Jones, of Quarry View, Llanddulas. The service was conducted at the house and graveside by the Rev. C. F. Roberts, rector, assis ed by the Hev, B. J. Phillips. Throughout the district there were universal indications 01 sorrow and re- spect. The funeral was largely attended by peo- ple from all parts of the country, principally among the mourners being Mr Richaid Jones (brother), Messrs Giles and Fazakerley (directors of the Llanddulas Quarry Company), Mr J R. Evans, and others while the deceased employees formed a procession, and followed the coffin. Wreaths were sent by Mr and Mrs Richard Jones (brother and sister-in-law), the Quarrv C III- pany, Mrs Roberts, Fair View Mi and Mrs Cashman, Mr B. H. Jones, School House, and others.
In. spite of heavy fines and the attendant ex- posure, officials of the Xon-h-Western Railway are continually coming across cases of fraud, occasionally perpetrated whh. 'all the audacity and impudence- in the world. Several weeks ago, a Colw\"n Bay resident was fined ^1 and costs for trayelling between that town and Chester in a first-class carriage without a ticket. Last week at Conway, a young fetllow was mulcted in a considerable sum for riding without a ticket between -Llandudno- and the Junction. In that case, defendant's solicitor put forward an extraordinary defence to the effect that the company were to blame for put- ting temptation in defendant's way by not mak- ing a proper examination of tickets, and that, if he had been reminded he was to pay excess fare, he would have' paid it. Of course, he would; but if the company are to keep a staff of men to remind passengers about paying ex- cess fares when necessary, it does not say much for public morality.
This week we record a railway prosecution at Colwyn Bay, the defendant being a cattle dealer from Bradford. This gentleman attempted to palm off on one of the special examiners the return half of an old tourist ticket available, between Ireland and' Bradford. But he caught a Tartar. The examiner, E. S. Swan, recog- nis'ed a Chester nip on the ticket, which was proof that defendant had previously passed through Chester with it. Defendant said it had been nipped at Bangor, but Swan knew better. A fine of £2 and costs was imposed.