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THE) Limerick of Limericks, ) If you want a cup of good Tea. THE) Limerick of Limericks, If you want a cap of good Twu Ko Llmerioks Influence mo, Ton mar take all the rest If you giro me the best, And there. nothing like MAZAWATTEE. 1 1 LECTURES. CHROMOSCOPY IN COLWYN BAY. THE MOST FASCINATING AND MORE DEEPLY INTERESTING SUBJECT THAN ANY THAT HAS EVER BEEN INTRODUCED TO THE PUBLIC. T« ECTURES and FREE TESTS on this Subject are given by the discoverer, » SPHAERA "—WILLIAM HEALD—in CHROMOSCOPY and GREEN- | FIELD HALL, 13, Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay, every Thursday, at 8 p.m. Admission Sixpence. FREE TESTS follow Lecture. THEOLOGICAL LECTURES and DISCUSSIONS on the Occultism of our Bible, every Wednesday Evening at 8 o'clock. Seats Free. Offertory. Chromoscopy Life Readings Daily CHROMOSCOPY by ^correspondence to all parts of the world. Interesting Circulars, Colour Charts, Syllabus of Subjects of Leoture3, eto., sent to any address on application by post card. IQO<«W, Write SPHAEHA," Chromoscopy Hall, IS, Greenfield Road, Colwyn Bay. W2S0p PUBLIC NOTICES. I J Jlaiiumij I, t OCTOBER, 1907. LLANDUDNO AND COLWYN BAY LIGHT RAILWAY. r (EXTENSION NO. 2). NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that appli- cation under Rule No. 977 of the Statu- tory Rules and Orders, 1904, is intended to be made in the present month of October to the Light Railway Commissioners by The Llan. !<■ dudno and Distriot Electrio Tramway Construc- tion Company, Limited (hereinafter called "the Company'') to insert in the draft Order under the Light Railways Aot, 1896, for which appli- cation wa« made to the Light Railway Commis- sioners in May, 1907, provisions for all or any of the following purposes:— (1) To authorise the Company to acquire the Light Railways Aot, 1896, for which appli- cation was made to the Light Railway Commis- sioners in May, 1907, provisions for all or any of the following purposes:— (1) To authorise the Company to acquire compulsorily or by Agreement for the pur- poses of widening the street or road in oon- neotion with Railway No. 8, authorised by ? the Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Light Rati. way (Extension and Amendment) Order, 1907, the following lands and buildings or some of them:— t In the Parish of Eirias, in the County of L Denbigh: — 1 Certain property in Abergele Road, r Colwyn Bay (4 poles or thereabouts in area), comprising a portion of the pre- mises known as the Old Steam Laundry, together with the land adjoining and L. situate on the Northern side of the said Ek- road, between points respectively 50 Bs" J yards or thereabouts, measured in an I Easterly direotion and 40 yards or thereabouts, measured in a North- „ VVo^tgjJy direction from the junction of Groes Road with the said AibMjjlfe1 Road. (2) To authorise the Company to carry out a. widening in the said Abergele Road by throwing the property above-mentioned or some part thereof into the footway and roadway. (3) To confer upon the Company power to straighten or set back footpaths, foot- 1 ways or pave.ments on both of or any side of the said Abergele Road. (4) To confer upon the Company power to enter into Agreements with the Local Authorities and with land owners and others as to easements and other matters. A plan of the lands to be taken, and a Book of Reference to the said plan, may be seen at all reasonable hours on and after the 26th day of Ootober, 1907, at the Offices of the under- mentioned Solicitors of the Company, and oopies of the draft Order and of the draft Uditiotiad Provisions aforesaid may, on end after the same date, -be obtained on payment of not exceeding One shilling per oopy at the Haid Offices. In accordance with the rules made by the Board of Trade with respect to applications to the Light Railway Commissioners under the Light Railways Act, 1896, objections to the granting of the Order should be made in writing to the Light Railway Commissioners, and should bo written on foolscap paper on one sid-a only, and should be addressed to the Secretary, Light Railway Commission, Scotland House, New Scotland Yard, Westminster, London, S.W., and copies of such objections should be sent at the same time to the under- mentioned Solicitors. D&tcd this 22nd day of October, 1907. For THE LLANDUDNO AND DISTRICT ELECTRIC TRAMWAY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, LIMITED, PAINES. BLYTH & HUXTABLE, 14, St. Helen's Plaoo, London, E.C., 19311p Solicitors. 4* LLANDUDNO & COLWYN BAY LIGHT RAILWAY. (EXTENSION No. a) ORDER NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Light Railway Commissioners will hold, at the Public Hall, Colwyn Bay, on Wednesday, the 6th November, at 9.30 a.m. o'clock, a Public Inquiry as to the expediency of granting tho application made to them in May 1907 by the Llandudno and District Electric Tramway Con- struction Company Limited for the above named Order. The Com-ni-issioners will also at the same tifhe consider the application, made in October 1907, to amend the said application of May 1907 by inserting in the said proposed Llan- dudno and Colwyn Bay Light Railway (Exten- sion No. 2) Order certain provisions as to road improvements to be made on so much of RaiJ- way (No. 8) of the Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Light Railway (Extension and Amendment) Order 1907 as lies between a point 3 furlongs I chains from its commencement and its ter- mination. 19312p NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN. COLWYN BAY DISTRICT. President: HON. MRS L. BRODRICK. Vice- Presidents: MRS ClIAS. REYNOLDS, Nether ton MISS LLOYD, Tanycoed, Colwyn. Hon. Soo.: MRS FRANCIS NUNN. Hon. Treasurer: MRS GEO. OSBORN. THE ANNUAL MEETING in conation with the above Society will be held on 'WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, November 6th, r. AM 3 o'clock, in St. John's Schoolroom, Pwll Avonuo. The HON. MRS L. BRODRICK will preside. MISS ENGLAND, of the Central Office, will Speak on the work of the Society in the district. All are cordially invited. Tea will be provided. 19357p COMPANY FORMATION upon approved Modern Methods. Capital introduced by an Influential Syndicate, with wealthy Home d. Foreign connections.— Address, "The Inter- actional Vendors Syndicate." 6 and 6. Great Winchcs,or-street. London, E.C. Telegrams. exigencies. 18976* PUBLIC NOTICES. I URBAN DISTRICT COUNOIL OF COLWYN BAY ANC COLWYN. NOTICE. j IN Compliance with a request made by the Colwyn Bav Town Advertising Association, I beg to announce that A PUBLIC MEETING OF RATEPAYERS will be held at the Counoil Chambers, Conwav-road, on THURSDAY, the 14th of NOVEMBER, 1907, at 8 p.m., to con- sider the means of ADVERTISING COLWYN BAY aa a health and holiday resort, and to take the views of the Ratepayers on the question generally. (Signod) JOHN WILLIAMS. Council Offices, Colwyn Bay, October 29th, 1907. 19358p MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. CONWAY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. POLLING DAY, FRIDAY, NOV. iat. VOTE FOR THOMAS ROBERTS, THE INDEPENDENT LABOUR CANDIDATE. CONWAY MUNICIPAL ELECTION. TO ENSURE PROGRESS, PROSPERITY, AND POPULARITY OF OUR BOROUGH, VOTE ONLY FOR JOHN JONES, J. T. MORGAN, HUGH OWEN, JOHN ROBERTS. ENTERTAINMENTS. TOWN HALL, RHYL. IN AID OF THE ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL, RHYL. Under the Distinguished Patronage of the COUNTESS OF DUNDONALD, Etc. AT 3 P.M. and 8 P.M., On Thursday, Nov. 7 th, 1907, TWO GRAND CONCERTS Will be given by tho GRAMOPHONE and TYPEWRITER COMPANY, Ltd., London, on the new AUXETO-GRAMOPHONE (The Invention of the Hon. Chas. Parsons). MR OLLY OAKLEY, The Champion Banjoist, will give selections, whioh will afterwards be repeated on the grama- phone. The voices of the following artistes will be re- produoed :—Madame Patti, Madame Melba, Sig. Caruso, Sig. Scotti, Cav. Battistini, M. Journet, the Rev. Canon Fleming, Mr Edward Lloyd, Mr Robert Radford, Mr Evan Williams, etc. eto. Also Instrumental Selections by Mischa Elman, Mr Eli Hudson, Coldstream Guards' Band, Eto. In the afternoon,at 3 o'clock, chair to be taken by SAMUEL PERKS, Esq., J.P. In the oven- ing, at 8 o'clock, chair to be taken by W. J. P. STOREY, Esq. J.P., O.C. The Evening Programme will be different from the Afternoon. A Collection will bo taken, the proceeds of whioh, together with the sale of Reserved Tickets and Programmes, will be given without any de- duction (excepting hall rent) to the Royal Alex- andra Hospital. Doors open at 2.30 and 7.30. Carriages at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. Admission to Unreserved Seats by Free Ticket. Reserved Seats (numbered), 2s. Plan may be seen, Reserved Seats booked and Free Tickets obtained at A. Cheethain's, 12, Queen- street, Rhyl. Applications sent lay post for Reserved or Free Tickets should state distinctly whether required for Afternoon or Evening Conoert or both. C.B.T.A. ASSOCIATION. CONCERT AND VARIETY ENTERTAINMENT, PIER PAVILION, NOV. 27th, 1907, HUMOROUS SONG COMPETITION:— PRIZE, SILVER CROWN. HUMOROUS STORY COMPETITION.— PRIZE, SILVER MEDAL. THE AUDIENCE TO JUDGE. Competitors to apply without delaySecretary, Town Hall. 19313 GRAND THEATRE, LLANDUDNO. LLANDUDNO AMATEUR DRAMATIC SOCIETY, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 1907, Present "IN CHANCERY" (By A. W. PINERO). Doors open 7.30 p.m. Curtain 8 o'clock. Ad. mission, 6d to 2s 6d. Special.Trams to and from the Theatre. SALE OF WORK. DR. BARNARDO'S HOMES. THE YOUNG HELPERS' LEAGUE PRESIDENT: LADY AUGUSTA MOSTYN. A SALE OF WORK in the TOWN HALL,- LLANDUDNO, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, at 3 p.m. The Sale will be opened by WILLIAM BAKER, Esq., M.A., LL.B., Hon. Director of the Homes, Supported by the Chairman of the Llandudno Urban District Council,—S. CHAN. TREY, Esq., J.P. Admission64. | SALES BY AUCTION. J Mr. F. A. Dew, AUCTIONEER. SURVEYOR. VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, OOLWYN BAY and OONWAY. Telephone Nos. :-COLWTN BAY, 21; -OONWAY, 2x3. Established 1889. SALES and VALUATIONS of Landed Es- tates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, House Property, Building lA.nd, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, House- hold Furniture. Piotures, Books and Plate. HOUSES TO LET, Furnished and Un- furnished. Information given of Houses, Building Es- tates, Farms, Country Residences, and Business Premises for Sale or to Let in all parta of North Wales. FIRE, LIFE. and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. The Offioes oocupy the most prominent and oontral Positions in Colwyn Bay and Conway, thus affording unequalled publicity to afli Auc- tion Announcements. p — — 7th NOVEMBER, 1907. W PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. MR F. A. DEW will hold his next periodical SALE, as above, of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc., Sale at 7.30 p.m. On view morning of Sale. Further Entries are solicited. 19262p COLWYN BAY. MR F. A. DEW LI favoured with instruc- tions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL, on FRIDAY, the 15th NOVEMBER, 1907. at 3 p.m., all that highly Valuable, centrally-situated, moot com- modious, and substantially-built FREEHOLD PROPERTY, known as BRONDERW and OAKLANDS, standing in its own grounds of about an Acre in extent, facing the main road from Colwyn Bay .to Conway, and most eminently suited for a high-class medium-sized modern HYDRO- PATHIC ESTABLISHMENT with TURK- ISH AND OTHER BATHS, for which there is undoubtedly at present a grand opening in this populous and rising Seaside Winter and Summer Resort, as at present there is no Institution of the kind in Colwyn Bay. Full particulars with Plans and Views may shortly be obtained from Mr S. W. Page, Soli- citor, Wolverhampton; Messrs J. M. Porter and Eloock, Land Agents, Colwyn Bay; or from the Auctioneer, Llewelyn Chambers, CoLwyn Bay, a.nd Castte-street, Conway. 19263p Mr. George Perkins, RHYL. To Close a Trust. Re T. Smith, deceased. RHYL, ABERGELE, AND VALE OF CLWYD, NORTH WALES, TL¥R GEORGE PERKINS has received inu ^x^uotions to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the "BEE HOTEL" ABERGELE, on WEDNESDAY, November 20t.h, 1907, at Throe o'clock in the afternoon, sub- ject to oonditions which will then be read. The following Valuable Freehold Properties, viz.: ALL THAT well-known fully licensed Family and Commercial Hotel known as the "BEE HOTEL," ABERGELE, being the principal house in the town, with exoellent frontage to main thoroughfare, with large gardens, yards, stabling for 30 horses, house containing 30 rooms, including Billiard Room, Coffee, Commercial and Private Sitting Rooms and Bedrooms, Baths, H and C.. together with 3466 square yards or thereabouts of Valuable Building Land, site for Town Hall, Markot, or Smuhfield, with large heritage to main street. VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM of about 100 acres and modern residence, farm house, and buildings, situate in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd, midway betwe-onlrutbin and Corwen, known as "CRAIGLELO," in the parish of Gwyddelwern, within ten minutes' walk of station. The house contains 2 Entertaining Rooms, Seven Bedrooms, Excellent Water Supply, Large Garden, Orchard, Stable, And Coach-house, Game, Trout and Salmon Fishing within very short distance. VALUABLE and DESIRABLE well built of Stone. Freehold Manorial Residence known as "TY'N-RHYL," Rhyl, situate on the main road leading to the Vale of Clwyd, with Cottage Large Gardens, Excellent Range of Stabling, and about 4b acres of Rich Pasture Land adjoining. The house oontains Entrance Hall, Grand Old Oak Fire Place and Richly Carved Oak Pannelling, Large Entertaining Rooms, Seven Good Bed- rooms, Bath, II. and 0. Gas and Water laid on, and modernised Throughout. A rare opportunity for a gentleman, stud-keeper, or speculator secur- ing a charming residence, with every necessary re- quirement. FARM HOUSE or residence known as the "FARMERS" (adjoining the last named pro- Eerty), with Stables, Coaoh-house, and other Out- uildings, together with a field and garden ad- J joining. Also the contents, goodwill, plant, an' machinery, together with the stock-in-trade (as a going concern) of the "VICTORIA ALE, STOUT, AND MINERAL WATER BOTTLING WORKS and STORES," consisting of a modern up-to-date plant, with every faoility for doing a large trade, situate in the town of Rhyl, and ad- joining the railway station. For further particu- lars and orders to view, apply to the Auctioneer, at his offices, Rhyl and Abergele, or to Messrs Bromley Jones and Co., solicitors, Rhyl. 19321 Mr. Arthur C. Flint, RHYL. No. 2, RIVER-STREET, RHYL. TO HOUSEHOLDERS, PARTIES FURNISH. ING AND OTHERS. MR ARTHUR C. FLINT has been favoured with instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the premises on TUESDAY, NO- VEMBER, 12th, 1907, the Valuable HOUSE. HOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. prompt. Terms: Strictly Cash. On view morning of sale. Auction and Estate Offices: Market-street, Rhyl. Telephone 58. E18TEDDFODAU. RHYL ANNUAL EISTEDDFOD, December 26th, 1907. ,Adjudicatori-W. T. Sainic-Is Esq., L.T.S.C., I lifen, Ped- Mostyn, Gwespyr, Huwoo Penmaen, Dr A. J. Parry, R Rhydderoh, Esq., H.M.I., J Mrs Storey, and Mrj T. D. Jones. PRINCIPAL EVENTS. Chief Choral Competition Male Voice Choir (net under 30 or over 40), "The Crusaders" (D. Picthero). Prize, £12, and a gift value j62 to the successful choir loader. Mixed Choirs "O! wnere shall rest be found" (R S. Hughes) (not under 30 in number). Prize, J68 and gift value 30s to the successful choir leader. Juvenile Choirs, "Tho ChilcTs Love" (S. K. Parry). Prize^ £ 5 and gift value 7a 6d to the •uccessful choir loader; Second Prize, £ 1 Is it mere than two choirs oompete. Quartette, "What is fair' (J. H. Roberta). 35s. Duet (competitors' own choice): 25s. Solos: Prizes, 20s each. Pianoforte Solo: 10s.. Pianoforte and Violin Duet (children under 16): 12s. Special Challongo Solo: Open to all voices. Prize, Silver Cup. Poetry, Prose. Recitations, Art3, etc. Full list of subjects, apply to the Secretary, Claremont House, 28, Abbey-street, Rhyl. SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs. Wm Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS. BANGOR and LLANDUDNO Preliminary Notice. R O Z E L L E (Near the Deganwy Castle Hotel), | DEGANWY. [ SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, principally supplied by Messrs Hamp- tons and Sons; also from Messrs Waring and Gillow, being the contents of the above Private Residence. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON axe instruc- XTJ. ted by Mrs Ayling, who has let the resi- dence, to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION Shortly. The Entire HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, including Several Valuable Exhibited Water Color Drawings and Oil Paintings, by the late A. W. AylJhg, R.C.A., Anderson Hague, and others. A Small Quantity of Old Oak Sheraton Furniture, etc Descriptive Catalogue in due course. Mr. T. W. Griffith, LLANDUDNO. In Bankruptcy. Re J. L. Mayger. 101, MOSRYN-STREET, LLANDUDNO. Highly mpcrtant Sale by Auction of the Ten- ant's Interest in the above Valuable and Cen- trally Situated Business Premises, together with the Tenant's Fixtures and Trade Utensils, also tie Whole of the Well-Selected Stock of Wines, Spirits, and Cigars. MR T. W. GRIFFITH is instructed by the Trustee, G. G. Poppleton, Esq. (of Messrs Pcppleton and Appleby),Birmingham, to OFFER and SELL BY AUCTION cn the premises as above an WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6th, 1907, and THURSDAY (if neoessary), in the following order:— Lot 1.T06 Tenant's Lease of the premises, 101, Mostyn-stroot, Llandudno, also the Tenant's Fixtures and Trade Utensils, together with the Whole of the Soock of Wines, Spirits, and Cigars, etc. If not soli, then in Lot 2.—Comprising Tenant's Lease together with Tenant's Fixtures. Lot 3.—The Whole of the Trade Utensils and Stock of WINES, SPIRITS. CIGARS, etc. If not sold as above then the whole of the Stock- in-Trade, etc., will be Sold in lota as per printed catalogue. On View, Tuesday, November 5th, from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. Sale each day at 12.30 p.m. For further particulars apply to Messrs Cham- berlain and Johnson,, solicitors, Llandudno; J. H. Jonea, Esq., acoountant, Grange House, Llan- dudno; the Trustee, G. G. Poppleton, Esq. (of Messrs Poppleton and Appleby), chartered ao- countanta,' 26, Corporation-street, Birmingham; Messrs Poppleton and Appleby, 4, Charterhouse Square, London; Messrs Poppleton. Aopleby, and Turner, 3, Bflis?f*Pawuie, Shoiixsld;. or the AiUJ- tioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Llandudno. Mr W. F. Morgan, RHYL. TO PARTIES FURNISHING. GARDENERS, FARMERS, Etc. 137, WELLINGTON-ROAD, RHYL. TUESDAY, NOV. 5th, 1907. MR W. F. MORGAN has been favoured with instruotions from Mrs Brereton, to SELL THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, together with a Capital Collection of FARM IMPLEMENTS, Etc., briefly including: Ire the Sitting Rooms and Bedrooms:—Well- made Mahogany Cheffoniere with Plate Glass Mirror, Mahogany Writing Desk with Drawers and Cupboards, Nine Pieces Suite in Walnut Frames (beautifully upholstered), WELL-MADE KITCHEN DRESSER with large Cupboards and Drawers, well worthy of inspection; Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Feather and Flock Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Dressing Chests, Dressing Tables, Washstands and Ware, Towel Rails, Toilet and Trinket Sets, Steel Rail Fenders and Fire Irons, together with the useful Kitchen Utensils. 1 Le Outside Efleots c-rnnrise -Cilk Churn in good order nearly new. made by that well-known tirm, G. i.lew-cliri ,nd Son, Haverfordwest; Set of Biass mounted Cart Gears in good condition, Set of Brass-mounted Pony Harnessl Odd Collars oLd Bridlei Trap Lamps and Cushions, etc., Set of Cart C hains in good order, Movable Hen Cote in Sectims (7-ft. by 4-ft.), Two Ladders, 15 yards Cart Rope (nearly now), Joiners' Work Benoh, Sundry Boards Two Bundles Wire Netting, 50 yards in each; 1 dozen Cow Chains, Large Water Tank to bold 1-0 gallons, with brass tap, etc.; Scales and Weights, Old Weights, Scythe, Scoop, Dubbin Shean Hay Knife, Shovels, and other Garden and Farm Implements, Mangle and Wringer in good condition, also DRAY, suitable for Fishmonger, etc. On View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. prompt. Terms, Cash. Anv further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer at his offices, Gladstone Build- ings, Bodfor-street, Rhyl. Telegrams: Haslam, Auctioneer, Rhyl. Nat. Tel. 3y4. C. Wesley Haslam, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, LAND AND ESTATE AGENT, HOTEL AND GENERAL VALUER. SALES BY AUCTION of L4N8ed Estates, Properties, Farming Stocks, Household Furniture, etc. VALUATIONS for Probate. Mortgage, Hotel, Trade Stocks, eto. CERTIFIED BAILIFF to levy Distraints, ap- pointed by His Honour Judge Moss. Rente Collected and Estates managed. REGISTER kept of Properties for Sale or to Lot. Prompt personal attention given to aU matters entrusted.. Business transacted in any District. Note Addrws:-TOWN HALL, RHYL. TENDERS. THE CONWAY AND COLWYN SAY JOINT WATER SUPPLY BOARD. TO CONTRACTORS. rrlENDERS are invited for excavating and re- nm A. filling pipe trenches, providing, hauling, laying and jointing about eight milee of cast- iron 8. and F. water pipes, 15 inches, 12 inches a.nd 6 inches internal diameter from Dolgarrog to Sarn Mynach. together with Pressure Re- ducing Tank, Culverts, Bridges, Sluioe Valves, Air Valves, Hydrants and other works connected therewith for the Conway and Coltwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board. Plans and Specificatiotai may be seen and Schedule of Quantities and Form of Tender obtained on and &fter SATURDAY, the 26th inst. (upon deposit of 25 5s, which will be re- turned upon receipt of a bona-fide tender) at the Office of Mr T. B. Farrington, Assoc. M.Inst.C.E., engineer to the Board, Trinitv-square, Llandudno. Tenders to be signed, sealed and delivered to Mr T. E. Parry, Clerk to the Joint Board, Castle-street, Conway, endorsed ''Cowlyd New Main," not later than Ten a.m. on FRIDAY, the 15th NOVEM- BER, 1907. Arrangements will be made for an Aftistant to accompany Contractors over the route of pro- posed Works on the 30th inst. and the 2nd and 6th proximo, leaving Llandudno Junction Station at Twelve o'clock noon on each day. 19th October, 1907.. SALES BY AUCTION. Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock Sales* men, House and Estate Agents. Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodioaHy on Homes, Carriages, Harness, eto. Entry Forms and Conditions on application. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, eto. Houses to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and liimployeer' Liability Insuranoe. 10182p BRYN'RODYN, LLANRWST. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1907. SALE of the Whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, PRODUCE, etc., by instructions of Mr R. W. Roberta (who is leav- ing). Sa.Le at 12.30 p.m. 8, COWLYD-TERRACE, TREFRIW. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1907. SALEFFECTSUSEH0LD Sale at 12 o'clock. MR DAVID PIERCE, DYFFRYN AUR, LLANRWST. A NNUAL SALE of 40 HEAD of DAIRY Sale at 12.30 prompt. Usual Credit. HENDRE UCHA, ABERCELE. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1907. IMPORTANT SALE of the Whole of the J- Excellent LIVE STOCK, comprising 2 Grand Cows with Calf at foot, 2 ditto on eve of Cfj IF'» Choice Calving Heifers 2 and 3 years 2, Strong 2-year old Bullocks, 5 Yearling Bullocks, 3 Yearling Heifera, 6 Promising Rear- ing Calves, and 6 Superior Heavy and Light Horses (by instruction of Mr Evanf Williams). Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. Usual credit. CAE-RORAIG MART, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1907. NEXT SALE of DAIRY and STORE CAT- NTLF,, PAT and STORE SHEEP, and LAMBS. Usual Credit. Sale at 12.30 prompt. FRON BELLA, PENTREVOELAS. FRlbAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, 1907. SALE of the Whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK (bv instructions of Mr Morns Edwards, who is leaving). Sale at 12.30 o'olock. Messrs. Freeman & Co., HOLYWELL. PRlELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT of a GREAT AGRICULTURAL SALE FRIDAY, 29th NOVEMBER, 1907, BRYNGWYN *BACH FARM, RHUALLT, ST. ASAPH. by instructions from Mr John Evans (who :s leaving), by MESSRS W. FREEMAN "and co. Full particulars in oounse of preparation. Auction and Estate Office: Bryaford-road, Holywell. Sale Rooms: Cross-st., Holywell. Telephone 17. 19289p Booth and Sandy, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Ag-ents. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Landed Estates, House Property, House- hold Furniture, Live Stock, etc., undertaken on Reasonable Terms. VALUATIONS for PROBATE, MORTGAGE, and TRANSFER. INVENTORIES MADE and EXAMINED MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED r .ACENTS for Fire, Life Personal Accident, Stock, Plate Glass, and Mortgage Insurance with tho Leading Companies. Offices: 15, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 27 (Colwvn Bav) PARTICULARS of PROPERTIES for Sale or to be Let, Furnished or Unfurnished, for- warded Free on application. 6257p Music. MR F. GURNEY BARNETT GIVES LESSONS in the following Sub- jects:— ORGAN AND PIANOFORTE PLAYING SINGING. VOICE PRODUCTION TH& ORY, HARMONY, Eto. Candidates prepared for all recognised Ex- aminations. Lessons given at Pupil's own Residence; at Mr Fleet's. Music Rooms. Penrhyn-road; or at Normanhurst. Llanerch-road (off Brompton- I avenue). Colwyn Bay. DANCING. ISS MAUD CHILWELL, U.K.A., Profee- sional Teacher of Ballroom and Fancy Dancing, will hold Classes at Rhyl every Friday, commencing Ootober 11th. Also at Prestatyn! every Monday. commencing Octob&r 14th; Hoiyweil, every Saturday, oommencing October L2th; Ca«rwys, every Tuesday, commencing Oo- tober 15th; Abergele, oommencing October 10th. —For particulars, apply ChilweU, Clifton House Rbyl. PUBLICATIONS. THE GREAT GUIDE TO SUCCESS FOR 1908. IF you are a Farmer and your crops fail, or if you are in doubt about buying or selling RAFHAWJS ALMANAC will teil JOU the exact. timee to sow your crops, and when to buy and seU. If you are a Gardener and your flowers, fruit* or vegetables fail, RAPHAELS ALMANAC' will tell you when to sow, piaiit or transplant, oo that your garden will be the wonder and admiration of all- if you are I-A),ver and your courtship rough and thorny, this. ALMAN AC will teil you tne <%xact times to court and marry with tne greatest t ell city. r. it you are in Doubt and Perplexity regarding the .14re and know not which way to turn, this Almanac contains Birthday Information for every day whereby you may see what Fate baa m store for you. It tells you when to buy, sell, seek employ- ment. travel, remove, speculate, hire eervanta, bake, brew. fish, etc., and contains numeroua useful tables, etc. 128 pages. Price 6d. post free 7d. Foulsna-m and Co., 4, Pilgrim St. Ludgats Hill, EC., and at all Stationers and Book- stall* stall* SALES BY AUCTION. Robert and Rogers Jones, LLANRWST and OOLWYN BAY. Na.t. Tel 15. Nat. Tel. 89. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. Established 1853. UNDERT AKE Sales of Landed and Build- IL) ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stook, Household Furniture, etc. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mortgage Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and ex- amined. RENTS COLLECTED. Life and Firo Insuranoe Agents for the Lead. ing Offioes. Offices: TY'N-Y-FYNWENT, LLANRWST, and PENRHYN ROAD (Opposite G.P.O.), OOL- WYN BAY. 15294p L'ST OF FORTHCOMING SALES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1907. WERN, ROEWEN, TALYCAFN. OF the LIVE STOCK, CROPS, IMPLE- MENT8, etc., the property of Mr William Griffith (who is leaving). Sale at One o'clook p.m. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1907. fpALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE of 55 Fat Bullooks, Heifers Cows and Bulls. 20 Calving Cows and Heifers, Store Bullocks and Heifers. 700 Fat Wethers, Ewes and Lambs. Also 370 Grand three and four yeaxs old Moun- tain Wethers from Bodesi, Tal y Braich, and Glan Llugwy, Capel Curig. Sale at 12.30 o'clock. TUESDAY, NOV. 5th, 1907 LLWYDFAEN, TALYCAFN. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, comprising 8 power- ful Cart Geldings, Colts and Fillies, 30 Head of Welfih Cattle, 100 Welsh Wethers, Ewes and Lambs, 5 Fat Pigs, Fowls, 3 Stacks of Hay, Stack of Oat Straw, Manure, together with a Collection of modern Agricultural Implement*, Da.iry Utensils, etc., the property of Mr Wil- liam Roberts (who is giving up farming). Sale at 12 o clock noon. By Order of the Trustees of Mr Owen Jones, Deceased COUNTY OF DENBIGH, PARISH OF LLANRWST. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FAftM. MESSRS ROBERT AND ROGERS JONES will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, it the Eagle's Hotel, Llaarwst, on WEDNESDAY, 6th November, 1907, at 3 o'clook in the afternoon (subject to conditions to be then produced and read), the following Freehold Pro- perty :— All that Valuable Farm called RHOSYCEFN, otherwise TYNEWYDD RHOS, situate in the township of Capel Gaxmon, in the parish of Llanrwst, in the county of Denbigh, and contain- ing by admeasurement 22 acres, 2 roods, 12 perches, or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Robert Davies as yearly tenant. There is a comfortable house and convenient outbuildings. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers at their offices, Ty'nvfynwent, Llanrwst, and Penrhyn-road, Colwyn Bay or to Mr Aneurin O. Evans, solicitor. Denbigh and Ruthin. 19361p COUNTY OF CARNARVON- PARISHES of LLANBEDR and CAERHUN. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS. MESSRS ROBT. and ROGERS JONES beg 1".1 to announoe that thov have been instruct- ed to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the EAGLES HOTEL, LLANRWST, on WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6th, 1907. at 2.30 p.m. (subject to conditions to be then produced and read), the following FREEHOLD FARMS, com- prising:- Lot I.-All that valuable Upland Farm, called BRON-Y-GADER, situate in the Parishes of Llanbedr and Gaerhun, in the County of Car- narvon, and containing by admeasurement 180 Acres or thereabouts, now in the occupation 01 Mr John Williams, as yearly tenant. Tho farm consists of good arable and grazing land with a capital sheep-walk belonging thereto, and is dis- tant, within one mile of the Village of Llan- bedr. The House and Out-bui'.dinge are ample and in good repair. Lot 2.-All that very desirable Holding, callod "WAEN FECHAN," situate in the Par- ish of Llanbedr, in the aforesaid County (and adjoins Lot 1), and contains by admeasurement 4 Acres or thereabouts, now in the occupation of Mr Henry Thomas, as yearly tenant. There is a comfortable House, Cow-house, Calf-eked, and Piggery on the premises. ,er,. The above will be offered in the first instance in one lot, and if not eo Sold, will be offered in two lots. For further particulare. apply to the Auction. eers. at their Offices: Ty'nyfynwent, Llanrwst, and Penrhyn-road, Oolwyn Bav; or to Mr Aneurin O. Evans, Solicitor Denbigh. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 9tC 1907. mAN Y CASTELL DOLWYDDELEN. T On the Whole of the Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. The pro- perty of the late William Owen (deoeased). Sale at 12 o'clock. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1907. TYDDYN LLYWAROH, NEBO. LLAN- RWST. —- On the Farming Stock, Crops, Etc. The property of Mr Thomas Jones (who is leaving). SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1907. GELLI DYNE WAD. TREFRIW. On the Farming Stock, Crops, Etc. The property of the late Hugh Jones deceased). Messrs David Roberts & Son, OORWEN AND DENBIGH. "BRYN CONWAY," LLANRWST. THE SALE of tho above PROPERTY (ad- vertised to take place on the 6th instant) is POSTPONED. EFFICIENT BILLPOSTING. ARTIES desirous of having Bills posted on i ALL the most IMPORTANT Advertise- ment HOARDINGS in the Distriot of Rhyl. Prestatyn, Meliden, Dyserth, Rhuddlan, and St. Asaph, should send their Orders to BEECH BROS., THE RHYL and DISTRICT BILLPOSTERS. Advertising and Biilposting Contractors. All work under the direct Personal Supervision of the Proprietor,- FRANK J. H. BEECH, Telephone No. 6y2. Ye Olde Firm. Established 1868. Head Office: 16, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular papers in the Principality. Splendid medium for advertisers. ► SALES BY AUCTION. THE COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS ANN PROPERTY MART, "VRONHAULOG" (Next the Public 11" MESSRS P. Wilson-Jones & Morgan, F.A.L LATE MR JAMES STEVENS, Auctioneer*, Valuers and Estate Agenta* Surveyors, Architects. SALES BY AUCTION AND VALUATION of Landed Estates, Business and Residential Propeineo, rarms, Live and Dead Stock, etc. Expert Lioitii Valuers and Stock-Takere, Certi- fied Bailiffs. These exoeptionaliy-fine Auction Rooms are Open Daily for the reoeipt of Consignments at every class of Goods and FURNITURE SALBv will be periodically arranged. ALWAYS ON VIEW. OWNERS and SOLICITORS lire invited to use these Rooms as a PROPERTY MART for Afternoon and Evening SALES BY AUCTION. A REGISTER OF HOUSES to Let (Furnished and Unfurnished) cr for Private Sale is sys- tematically kept; and every attention paid to the requirements of Applicants to whom No Charge u made. AGENTS TO FIRE. LIFE, ACCIDENT, and other PRINCIPAL INSURANCE OFFICES. Telegrams: Wilson-Jones, Colwyn Bay. Nat. Tel. 4y3. ABERGELE AUOTION MART. mIlE NEXT SALE of FAT and STORB A BULLOCKS, Cows, Bulis. Heifers, Cows and Calves, Fat and Store Lames, Wethens ana Ewes, will be lbe4 on WEDNESDAY, NOVEM- BER 6th, 1907. Good Trade is expected. Farmers are nit quested to make their Entries early. P. WILSON-JONES and MORGAN, 19310p Auctioneers. Telephone 0197 COLWYN BAY. D. Allen &, So?ts Cabinet Manufacturers, Upholsterers, d, AND COMPLETE House Furnishers, 6&7, STATION ROAD FUNERAL FURNISHERS. — T,AH»KST STOCK OF Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Bed. steads, &c., in N. Wales. 8759 Fred Roberts & Co. HOUSE FURNISHERS AND REMOVERS. GET OUR ESTIMATE FOR Your Removal, Renovating Suites, Blinds, &c. Upholstering Goods, AND Bedding made up by us. Terms:—Cash or Easy Payments PEN-Y-BRYN. OLD COLWYN, ESTABLISHED 1808. THE CAXTON PRESS ELECTRIC PfiDticg fllofks, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. THE FINEST EQUIPPED PRINTING OFFICi IN NORTH WALES. 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