TO ADVERTISERS b- A WELSH COAST PIONEER. INFLUENCE I ENTERPRISE I I CIRCULATION I I rTHIE "PIONEER" is a progressive and JL thoroughly vp-todata Weekly Newspaper, and admitted to bo the lending Journal in Flintshire West Denbignshire, MerioneUasni.-e, a North Carnarvonshire extending along the coast from Flint to Bangor, including P ^atyu, Rnyl, Abergele Colwyn Bay, Llan- dudno COlJWU.1, Pejimaenma wr, and Lla.nlalr- fecnan; then striking inland Cor 30 miiea along tt-e Vnlt: of Clwyd to Denbigh and Ruthin, the Vaia of Conway from Conway to Lianrwst, fctottwsycoed. and Biaenau Festinicg. CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENT RATES. THESE ADVERTISEMENTS CONSTITUTE A SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE PAi'LR. Situations Vacant or Wan* :1, Apartments to be Let or Wanted Miscellaneous Wants and Sa.i»A< Houses. Shops Businesses. etc., to be Sold Let or Wanted, P: Wanted or Ottered, etc. One Three Six Thirteen week. weeks. weeks. 8. d. a. d. 6. d. 6,J, 12 words 0 6 1 0 19 30 94 1 0 2 0 3 9 7 0 32 .lb 3 0 59 11 0 40 „ 2 0 4 0 7 9 15 0 48 5 0 9 9 18 0 66 2 9 5 b 10 Ó 20 0 64 3 0 6 0 11 b 22 0 Ti „ 3 3 6 6 12 6 24 0 60 3 6 7 0 13 6 26 0 If bookad double these Rates wili be charged. When replies are to be addressed to the Office, 3d extra is charged for postage. Half-penny stamps accepted in payment of al' sums under 5a. Th + charge for Births and Deaths is Is each. In Memcriatn Notices, 2s 6d; Ms rriages. Zi 6d. An extra chargo is made for booking. AJJ Ad vertisements must authenticated by Name and Address of Sender. All remittances by Pest to be made payable to J. S. EDWARDS, and dl businellS communica- tions to be addressed to the MANAGER, "PIONEER" OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. eST" TE AGENT, SURVEYOR AND VALUER, .X Estates Managed and Developed S Valuations & Surveys yv t) for all Purp3325 > jr Telephone gt No 55. /&/ CAY LEY, ESTATE OFFICE, ^WYNNSTAY CHAMBERS COLWYN BA Y. SOLE AGENT to the Caley Estate WHICH COMPRISES SOME 300 ACRES OF RIPE BUILDING LAND Between Colwyn Bay & Rhos-on-Sea, WITH Magnificent Uninterrupted Sea Frontage of 1,000 Yard?: Ä- WILLIAM A. EARP, Architect & Surveyor, Wynnstay Chambers, Conway Road, COLYN BAY. FREDERIC BATESON, iRCHlTECT, SURVEYOR AND VALUER, POST OFFICE CHAMBERS, PBNRHYN ROAD, COLWYN BAY 16107 OLD COLWYN AND NEIGHBOUR. HOOD. UflLD COLWYN enjoys unrivalled view of V Sea &nd Mountains, with great immunity from the East winds, and a. dryness and warmth by being chiefly situated on tho Limetrtone. Sea Baihing, beautiful Walks, and Golf Links." • —— HOUSES TO LET. BUILDING LAND for Sale: also excellent Sites for Bungalows. — Apply, "&ta.te Office," Holyhead-road, Old Colwyn. 17789p GRAZING TO LET. rJlO LET, Grazing Land for Horses, about 18 A acree-—Address, H. N., "Pioneer" Office, Oolwyn Bay. 19249p fTIO LET, 8 Acres of good After-grass.—Apply, ..L T. Hopkins, Heaketh Hotel, Abergele. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. R SALE by Private Treaty, Three charm- JL ing Detached Private Residences, with Stabling and Gardens, situate at Colwyn, Col- wyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea. Freehold. — For particulars apply to Messrs T. H. Morgan and Co., Solicitors, Colwyn Bay. 19293p FTVEN Freehold Building Plots for Sale by Private Treaty, situate at Rhoe-on-Sea"; either in one lot or separately; suit Builder.— Apply, T. H. Morgan and Co., Solicitors. Col- WJB Bay. 19292p VALE OF CLWYD, N. WALES. /¥X) BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, JL Freehold Farm House and Out-buiidinge, two Acres of Land, near Railway Station, ex- cellent water supply. Also Freehold Farm, 27 Acres, good Land, arable and pasture; timber. —Apply, W. R. Evans and Jonee, Solicitors, Rnthin and Denbigh. 19303p j BUILDING LAND, PENMAENMAWR. flTO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, a M. few Acres of choice Freehold Building Land in Alexandra Park, laid out in plots to suit purchasers, for Villas, single or gemi- detacbcJ, at 5 pet square yard; or on chief at 1)d per yard in perpetuity; it is nnely situated, and surrounded witj roads, drainage, water and gas.-For further particulars apply to A. Duncan, o- Chamber lain and Johnson Solicitors, Llandudno 19309p THE FARM AND GARDEN. t. LBERTS -4SIC SLAG.-For prices apply ..t1 to W. Ellis and Co.. Merchants. Abergele. PLANTING SEASON, 1907. F GODWIN ia offering Larch Fir true native, 22 to 3i ft., 25s per 1000; 2 to 3 ft., 246 per 1000. Cash only. Samples can be seen at 54, Greenfield-road, Colwyn Bay, or a personal evil can be made with samples on application. F. Godwin would be pleased to superintend any Slanting, having had corusklerab-o experience both in rearing and planting of tr.-34 Green- field-road, Colwyn Ba.y. 19233p FARMS FOR SALE. FOR SALE. A small Farm of 21 acres, with JL' good House and Buildings, situated within a mile of Valley Station.—For particulars, apply "Clorianydd" Office Llangefni. 6069 npo BE SOLD. a Freehold Farm in Anglesey, ? X comprising 102a. 3r. 30p. or thereabouts • of very rich land. Good Sporting Land. — For further particulars appljf, S. R. Dew and Co., Solicitors, Bangor. 19100 TO LET. OLD FASHIONED FARM HOUSE.— Sheltered position, sunny aspect. Close to main road, Light Railway, midway between Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. Mountain walks and Golf Links within easy reach. Two Reception Rooms. Five Bedrooms, Hali, Bathroom and W.C., Kitchen and all usual offices, Two-Stall Stable and Coach or Motor House. Rent £i5 with Stables or £40 without. Delightful COUNTRY RESIDENCE near Llandudno. Bracing yet Sheltered position, I Extensive views of Conway Castle, the Conway Estuary, aud the Snov.'doa range. Stands in its own grounds of FOUR ACKES. Three Receptiou Rooms, Egbt Bedrooms, Bathroom, VVC., Kitchen aDd all conveniences. Electric Light, Aired by radiators. Stabling for three horses, Coach-house, Large Vegetable and flower gardens. FOR SALE. Bryn Hyfryd Estate, Conway. Tais FREEHOLD BUILDING ESTATE to be sold in plots forming-sites for small Villas and superior Cottages. Good frontage to Penmaea- nidwr main road also to Bryn Hyfryd Park which wi!! shortly be laid out with the roadway, paths, etc., completed by the owners. For further Particulars, Plans, and orders to view, apply— J.M. PORTER &ELGQCK, Land and bsiate Agents, Architects, Surveyors & Valuers, THE ESTATE OFFICE. <JOJLWrYN BAY. WIRK "Plans," Colwyn Day. PilONE-No. 38. APARTMENTS TO LET. COMFORTABLE HOME for 4 or 5 Ladies or Gentlemen Buardcie, to live with of young people. Tonus for Gentlemen, 12. Ladies, iGtj weekly; on main road. — Address, J. R., "Pioneer" Office, Colwy) Bay. 19345p J minutes' walk of Bangor Station; Parlour and Bedroom; pleasant situation.—Apply, Mrs Jonee, Giasiyn, Penrhosgarnedd, or A. E. Bick. neli. Auctioneer, Bangor. (^OMFORTAiyLE Apartments for Gentleman; ) with or without board; well recommended — Barrowtieid, liawarden-road, CDhvyn Bav. 19264p_ COLWYN BAY.—Apartments offered, or part of Houee, furnished; small private family. —H. G., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19218p COLVVYN BAY.—To Let, front Sitting room and Bedroom, good locality, 6urumer. tortus 25s uiciusive, permanency 15s.—Address, X. F., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 182o5p CCOLWYN BAY.—Sitting and Doub'e-bedded ) Rwm to Let; euit two Business Men. lerme, 4 aach.—Addi"»*s, J. P., "Pioneer" Office. Colwyn Bay. 19343p CO LWYN- BAY.—Winter Apartments with J Board, J61 5s a. week.— Brooklca, Bay View- 19347p COMFORTABLE LODGINGS, good Cook- ing.—1, Trcveiyan-terraee. 1927c lADY and Child, or two Ladies, received in -A comfortable home; bath; winter months. Board, residence, 125 6d each weekly.—Address, H. R., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19253p 1——— .i j mmm APARTMENTS WANTED. A SINGLE Lady (Widow) requires 2 Unfur- nished Rooms and Boxrooni, all three on second floor. No Attendance. Permanent, if suitable.—Add rets, J. B., "Pioneer" Office, wyn Bay. 19291p RHOS. Wanted Sdtmg ainl" Double Bed- room. Terms moderate.—R. "Pkueer" Office, Colwyn Bay. p WANTEp in Colwyn Bay, nice g.xxi-ized Furnished Sitting-room and ^droom. both 011 ground floor, for two ladies (with small dog); central position; end of November; not more than 256 per week; attendance.—J., Bryn Eisteddfod, Rhyl. 19404p FARMS TO LET. A NGLESEY.— Capital Farm, 102 Acres, to Let from November 13th, 1908 (eooncv by arrangement with present tenant). House and Buildings suitable for Gentleman Farmer. Rent £150, — Apply, Box 1898, "Chrooiiclo" Office, Bangor. c FOR SALE VARIOUS. FOR SALE OR CHARTER, A HANDSOMELY Modelled Screw Steamer, approximate dimensions 110ft. jc 20ft. x yft. but. Estimated deadweight about 180 tons. Speed about a knots. New compietlDg thorough overhaul and re-clascdicat-ion at Lioyds; alto re- ceiving new Boi.er. A moderate price will be accepted, and Owners might arrange for ex- tended terms of payment.—For full particulars etc., apply to The SHIPPING INVESTMENTS, LTD., 34, Great St. Helens, 1946c lxwidon, E.C. COKE! COKE! Prices Tor truck loads to any Station.—Apply to W. E. Co.. Colliery Agents, Abergeie. 18931p SAJLE, a few good Poultry Houses, in .J.:1 good condition; a'eo 60 Egg Incubator (Tamlinc), a.nd Two Fcstermothers (Tamilng and Meechs).—J.C., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19294p IpOR SALE, Chipped Potato Car, can be drawn by pony or by hand, only bought four months ago.—Can bo seen at any time at 10, Cecil-street, Holyhead. 1883c SALE, ZitherwBanjo and ease, 50&; Ordinary Banjo. in leather case, 848. Les- sons given.—Sheldon Slway, Upper Garth-road. 1933c FOR SALE two 561b. Weights; cheap (btamped).—L.J., "Pioneer" Offices Col- wyn Bay. 194l4p T7H>R SALE, splendid Dining Table, massive X? oak legs, plain top, 4ft. 6in. wide, extend- ing to 12ft. A bargain,—Wall is, Auctioneer. Rhyl. 19397p GRAND three-string Bass, splendid tone; cheap.—App.'y, 8, Prince'e-street, Rhyl. 19258p GALVANIZED Corrugated Sheets, cial," all 33 inches wide.-—3ft.. lid; 4ft., Is 3d; 5ft., Is 6d; 6ft., Is lOll; 7ft., 26 Id; 8ft., 26 5d eacn, or 14s per cwt. All good, new Sheets, warranted sound, but slightfy (defective. These Sheets cover 2ft. 6 inches with jap, and are 26 W.G., a medium thickness. — W. P. Dept., Butler, Bed Works, Wolverhampton Established 1828. IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS. —Every~Mother Jt. who values the Health of her Child should use Harrison's "Reliable" Nursery Pomade. One application kills all Nits a.nd Vermin, beau- tifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tine, 4d and 9d. Postage, Id. — Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad-street, Reading. Agent for Colwyn Bay: J. W. A damson, Chemist, Station- road. Agent for Penmaenmawr: T. J. Hughes Chemist. p A HOGANY CASH OFFICE^ cornpTeuT IViL 3ft. 9m. x 3ft. 5ft. 9in., height.— Apply, J. Houidsworth, Back of Sea. View Gwynfa, Colwyn Bay. 193l6p ON SALE American Stove; good^Tnditioai; oven, boner; take "what offers." X "Pioneer" Oiffce, Watling-strcet, Llanrwst. p ON SALE, 1 old Clock witlTbraKslands arid face; price, £ 25. *2 Violins (new), 26s. *1 Phonograph (IWW) wIth 6 Records; nrico £1 16. *1 Accordion (new); price, 15s 6d: *1 Harmonium (second-hand); price, J63 10s. *A letter can be received from a Practical Musical Trainer to confirm the statement that all are in splendid condition, and well worth the money.—Apply Box; 1940, "Chronici-e" Office Bangor. o PARCELS of good, smart, leCt-off Clothing]" all kinds, 23 6d upwards, Bales, 10s to £10: Good value and quality.-—West, 18, Glenburnie- road, Upper Tooting. 19079p NAILS.— Mixed, 8s 6d per cwt., 281ba. ▼ ▼ 2s 3d; Screws, mixed, 28s per cwt., 281 bs. 7s 6d. All kinds of Nails, Tacks, Rivets, Stapiee', Bolts, and nuts, etc. Midland Nail Works, 25 to 28, Rea-street, Birmingham.—C. W. Hayles, Proprietor. 16509 V\7ALiLPAPERS for 14d per roll. Any Quan- » » tity, large or small, at Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 100,000 rolls; all classes.—Writo for Patterns, stating class required.—Barnett's Wallpaper Warehouso (Dept- 221), Campfield- avenue, Manchester. p rrt-GALLON Galvanised Iron Gas Boiler; <4 also 2 Second-hand Sewing Machines, viz.: Treadle Machine, Singer's Medium; amd Hand Machine, Wheeler and Wilson. Condition equal to new. Cheap.—Owen, 4, Butterton-road1, Rhyl. 19392p HOUSE COALS. NOVEMBER PRICES. Per Ton for Truck Loads (Six to Ten Tons) Carriage Paid to OOLWYN BAY STATION. General House Coal 1& and 193 6d Best Cobbles 20s 6d Be&t Yorkshire Coal 21s. 6d Terir.u: Nett, Casli with Order, or on. Delivery at Station Yard. Prices including delivery and storage quoted on receipt of Poet Card; also for single tons. Address:— DIREiCT COAL SUPPLY, Station Yard, 19391 OLD OOLWYN. SITUATIONS VACANT. AGETS Wanted. Private Christmas Cards, good Coir.R.nseion allowed; no risk, no outlay; money easily earned.—Apply, Box D13, Cooper Printing Co.. Burnley. p 4. rPRETICE.-Wallted Apprentice to Car- penter and Joiner's Tradc.-Appy to S. lioixl AND 0GI.I:, Buiidcr-s, Be.'gravo-road, CO.W}II Bay. 1942CP A MAN of good address can hear of le- inunerativc out-door work that can bo doiio either in tne clay time as sole occupa.tion or M the evening wnnout interior ing wnn the day A employ nient. London or provinces. — Apply, by .eti-er or postcard in the first instance. —ACIDIEFCS, Barns, box 1905, "Chronicle" Office, Bangor. C /^AIIEL'AKKRS (Man and Wife, mutt be V. Abstainers^ required tor Coliee flouto, to be opened in Park-rood.—Apply, by LETTER, to MII-S Ethel Hovey, Pe.'irhes College, Coiwyn Bay, suiting oxpcncnce, remuneration le- QUWX'D, and age. -U6p,- (AOW.SIAIV Wanted, steady, experienced Man; I niust be good Milker; goou wages, Cotrage and Garden provided.—Apply, J. (JwlJ, lwer- C'orwen. 193oiip DRr.MAKING. — Y'oung desires to iearn all round Dressmaking in Carnarvon- shire or Anglesey. —State terms, It. J., "CIQ.r- janydd" Otnce, Llangefni. EAIPLV" YAF V i' 1f¡,ppct3.He and profitable -β-J can be found a la;1 01 good appear- ance and enaraci J; RESIDING AI or near T OKV. 11 Bay. — Address, BAIIIS, .box 19.506, "Pioneer" Omce, Coavyn ray -_u_?_- JUUR.M LAD \V anted; Churchman, abstainer; X' to live IN; work under BaiJilf. — State wages to Mis ISmnen-J ones, Vicarage, Cupei Curig. 19c lip COIJLECTOR Wan; ed fo. gocd U Agency.—Appiv, Singe, E t. 59CI9 G<OOP COOK-GEN EKA L VVanteU, for Man- T Chester; age abvut *5; wju-\aiiig.—Apply, GWERNFOR^ iSt-ation-road, Lianrwst. 18:Jvl) GOO'D General; no washing; able to plain cook and iron; sir.a.1 iamilv; comiortabe home; wages to brgin £ 18.-26, Aloorheld-read, West Didsbury, Manchester. 19417p GENERAL SERVANT Wanted ill Manches- ter; three in fa.nily; no ehikiron; Welsh Chapel near; GOOD reference roqu.reu.—ADD res? MRS HA.RWO«d. 61, Secdiey-rcad, PEIHT.ET.III, Ma-U- ch(,s(Tr.. LY-il8p GOOD General TOR Private House.—ripply, Mrs ADAINS, BronaJit, Old C'J W y n. li.-422p RF^O-OD GENERAIJ Wanted, good WAGES for Y* competent person; small family; pm-atc.— ACLDRET^ L. P., "Pic-neer Oihce, jiay. 19426p M;| OTHER S HELP," about 16 or 17] fond of C v\- .8°OD Neediewoman, knowledge of Weith. App.y, iiux 1924, "Chronicle" Office, BA c ALT ST EH.—Wanted, at once, a Working I -i- Maitster, only thoroughly experienced juen need apply.—Particulars, salary, etc., to R. Kobei-ts, Iianu Brewery, Ruthin. 19337p JVTURJE, for Boy, 13 months (at present in Llandudno); Protestant; strong, early riser, willing t9 sew, wash, and iron; references, age, and particulars to Mrs Bennett, G.P.O., Llandudno. /^SILER Wanted; Man U^ED to Horses ano Hotel Yard, abe to nulk; good wages to euitab;C.man; aged 20 to 30.—Apply, John Hughes, Pen-y-Bont Holel, Elaiwwst. 19416p pLADl OOOK'P. STRONG GIRL, wishjng to 01 learn j hOUll]a.Jd kept, Country Vicarage, Blackburn, Lancashire, November 9th, two in fannly.-Apply for Particulars, Mrs Morgan, St. ANNS Vicarage. liethesda, Bangor. c B.HROtll ABLuU GOODS every kind for Dealers, €tc'' se' credit and approval. — Wholesale Catalogue free.—May, 779, Birming- ■ ■WWC— ham. ( Tke Ptoneer and y its Small Advts. > r Unsolicited Testimonials. s T We have received the following un. ? S solicited testimonials to the efficiency of f the Pioneer as an advertising medium i f Caersws, R.S.O., Monts., 3 October 7th, 1907. t Dear Sir,—I have received so many P applications in answer to my advertise- c ment for a general servant that I shall f be glad if you will omit insertion in your ( next issue, and should be glad if you j cculd insert that I am sorry I could not P answer all the applications, as they were £ S so numerous. S Dcganwy, C October 8th, 1907. c Please stop advertisement in Welsh J £ Coast Pioneer," as Mrs A. has been S suited with a maid through the Adver- j f tisement. C Colwyn, October 8th. c c Sir,—Please withdraw my advertise- p ment for a gardener from your' Pioneer.' C I I am suited. J Old Colwyn, V I 3 Oct. 29th, 1907. S ( To Proprietors, J "Welsh Coast Pioneer." S C Please do not- insert my advertise- S ment for General Servant, etc. C (H.M.), again, as I am pleased to I SAY I have been suited, through S A the medium of your paper. Kindly ecnll me the account. S S The Scale for Small Advertisements will alway; <5 be found at the top 01 the first column on page six. RESPECTABLE Young Girl Wanted AS General for one Lady; must be good WASHER and early riser.—MICE West, The Ferns, IJohvy 11 Bay. 19409p EQL'IRJED gentlemanly Outdoor Repreeen- I tative for Wales by well-known firm; good opening for Man without previous experience, is Traveller. Permanency and good terms to selected applicant.—Address full particulars of experience, if disengaged, etc., to J. W., "Piont." Office, Coiwyn Bay. p REGISTRY OFFICE. 120 HIGH-ST., POK/F MADOC. — Mra Humphrey* has excellent Situatione for respectable women as Generals. Cooks. Housemaid, etc., for next term (Pen tvmhor). EG1STRY OFFICE for Servants of all Clashes.—Mrs A. Ephraim, 3, Tanymanod- •errace, Biaenau Festiniog. 19214p TAEF-MAID Wanted for CQlwyn Bay Hotel; permanent post good references necessary. —Apply Manageress. 19342p YJTTANTED, a Working-Housekeeper for TV Farm.—Addrers, Royal Oak Hotel, Bettweycoed. 6001 LLID.NG GIRL. good character, for small Vv family. — 64, Wilbraham-road, Chorlton, Manchester. 19302p WANTED, at once, strong Girl, for Dairy.— Bronhaulog, Llanfairtalhaiarn. 19260p WANTED, Servants, all Classes, for Man- TV chester, Cheshire, and Welsh coast. — Whitfield, 26. Wellington-road, Rhyl. 16655p WANTED, an experienced Married Man for wv the Gardens, without a.ny family; age 30 io 35; Cottage oai, 18s per week.—Address, J, S., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19354p WANTED, a good General, for family of three, in Atherton (9 miles from Man- chester), ago over 20, able to wash, must be :lean and trustworthy; wages 66 6d per week.— Address, with references, Mrs Darbyshire, West Ba.nk, Atherton, near Manchester. WANTED, a Pantry-maid, to assist gener- W ally.—Address, Royal Oak Hotel, Bettwsy- joed. WANTED good General Servant; wages 10 to 12 pounds.—H.J., "Pioneer" Office, 3olwyn Bay. p W-ATEÓ a Maid, about 18, for general 't work.—Apply, Jones-, Cliemist, Llandudno Junction, 19419p WANTED, a smart Youth, as an Appren- tice; Welsh.—Apply, T. J. Pownall and :'ù., Tho Stores, Mostyn. 19394p WANTED a good General Servant. No one need apply unless competent. — Apply, Victoria Hotel, Bethesda.. 0 WANTED, Cook-Gene rals, Housemaids] Nurse-Housemaids,Generals; good wages. -134. Newbank-roaxl, Blackburn. 1724c WANTED, young Gir), AS General, for W PrLvat House; two in family; comfortable I loane.—Apply, Rosslyn, Hillside-road, Colwyn Bay. -_u 19429p WANTED, a single Man, able to Milk and do farm work; also a Lad, about 16 to 18, ible to Milk and Drive.—Apply, Mrs Jane Ro- jerts, Penymynydd Farm, Llandudno, p SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, gûod, Ccok-General, fytrcng.— Apply, Mrs Davies, Vicarage, Llane.rchy- medd, Anglesey. 1926o WANTED, a MANAGER, for a Tcmpcranco V llotcl, at once.—Apply, iu the first lJI- stance, by letter, stating age, experience, salary required, etc., to "Temperance Hotel," "Clor- ianydd'' Office, L'angefni. 1885c TX7ANTED, a superior General Servant, not T V under 25 voars of age. Duties, to look after Master Matron's private rooms, and to assis-t Matron generally; no washing, but must be able to Starch and Iron when required, also able to do plain sewing. Welsh essential. Wages iiib a year to commence.— Apply, Matron, Union > > orkhouse, Llanerehviiiedd, Anglesey. 1923c yOUNii COOK-GENERAL, another Servant kept; washing, baking; one in family.— Address, giving full particulars and reference. —Mrs Ri cv, Moseiey Hill, Abergele. YOUTH Wanted, about 15 or 16 years of age, J to make himself generally useful. One used to horses.—Apply, Plough Hotel, Old Col- wyn. 19360p SITUATIONS WANTED. (CASHIER.—Ycung Lady, well educated, J desires Situation; accustomed to Cash Register, and understands Book-keeping.—A. B., "Chronicle" Office, Bangor. IAKKTAKliR by respectable marrletll couple, no eMeumbranee, good references, etc. — Address, L. B., "Pioneer Office, Coiwyn Bay. 193U¡p DISENGAGED good Cook and Housemaid; jfge 29; three years1 references.—16, Bay View-road, Colwyn Bay, 19401p (1ENTLEMAN desiring to settle in jLJan- 3T dudno, solicits pesition of trust; excellent references in LiverpooL-Address, J. H., neer" Office, Coiwyn Bay. 19322p tAOOD COOK requiiee Situation in Rhyl; rc- T k-renees given.—R, "Pioneer" Office, Rhyl. i i iiiNtKiiL A JCOU NTA NCY, Rent t.nd Uebt yjf Collection, House Agont. Holder of a Certificate under the Law of Distress Amendment Act. —Liciv. D. Jones, Accountant, Bangor. MOTHER'S HELP or Sewing Maid; young, ..1.1. well up in Dressmaking.—Address, L.M., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19415p MOTOR-CAR DRIVER, good, Certificate for Driving, and ordinary repairs.—Wndiam Parry, Little Orrne Cottage, Liandudno. 19344p SITUATION Wanted as experienced Laundress in Gentleman's family; Church of Eng- land.—"A.J. care of Mrs Wynne, Graig, Glan Conway. 1929bp SITUATION Wanted, Useful Help, accus- tomed to business; good cook and needle- woman.—II. T., "Pioneer" Office, Coiwyn Bay. 19256p AT'ION Wanted as Undex-Nurse, or Nurse to help Mother, in Gentleman's tamily age 16; in or near Rhyl.—M., 22, Water- street, _Rhyl. 10352p mO MASTER BAKERS. W:-nted by re- spectob.e man Siinglo or Forehand, well up in both branches.—Address, L.D., "Pkmee.r" Officer, Colwyn Bay. 19405p qW Property Owners, Builders and FYtate X Agents.—A Practical Painter, Decorator, 1 aporhanger, Glazier, Sign writer, etc., wants work; own Tools supplied; reasonable terms; papering done, piecework; distance no object. Ad-dress, J.M., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. ANTED, by a middle age person, Situation as Working Cook-House keeper, or any of trust.—Address, L.C., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19403p WANTED a Situation as Under Nurse; age 18,-Apply, "173," 16, Bay View-read, Colw) 11 Bay, 194U2p WANTED Situation as Gardener; good refer- ences.— Address, J.D., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 1930bp YOUNG Housemaid, English, Protestant, seeks Situation in Gentleman's Godly Home; near Anglesey.—E.B., Pias Coch, Llall- fair, Anglesey. p MATRIMONY. GENTLEMAN would like to. oorreepond with Lady, 40 to 50, View Matrimony.— Addrees, L.N., "Pioneer" Offices, CoJwyn Bay. 194¥!p DOGS FOR SALE. rJ10 FANCIERS. A Tough Pedigree Collie X Bitch for Sale; winner of one special, three- firsts, two seconds, two third prizes; £ 5 or nearest offer. Also a Pedigree Welsh Terrier Batch.; winner of two prized at Denbigh Show last; price 30s. Both of the Bitches are well bred, and guaranteed to win, giving up showing. — Address, L.E., "Pioneer" Offices, Colwyn Bay. 19408p HOUSES TO LET. A COTTAGE with half an Acre of Land to Let; Rhosneigr Station haif a mile; rent £ 6.—Apply, Box lb97, "Chronicle" Office, Ban- gor. o ANGLESEY.—Farmhouse on Seashore, two Sitting, and four Bedrooms, Kitchen and Pantry; moderate terms. — Edwards, Peniel Dowyn, Llanfwrog. BETTWSYCOED.—IIouso to Let, unfurnish- -F ed, nicely situated, two Sitting-rooms, six Bedrooms, Bathroom, and W.C., Hot and Cold Water, usual domestic ofiicee.—Apply, Griffith and Aliaid, Lianrwst. 18522p COUNTRY HOUSE to Let, beautifully situated in a prettiiy wooded park, 20 acres of Grat;s Land and 1000 acres of Shooting, Is from fetation, near Golf Links. Rent very moderate-.—Full particulars on application, D. Mac. Nicoll, Estate Office;, Old Coiwyn. DYSKRTH, near Rhyl.—To Let, with im- mediate possession, withm 5 minutes of motor tTain, Detached House; lovely views, large Garden, 2 Entertaining, 3 large, 1 smal. Bedrooms, Bath, 2 VV.C.'s, good Kitchens, Wash- house; Rent, £ 25.—Address, L. A., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. I^URNISHED HOUSES at moderate rentals for Autumn and Winter; Unfurnished to Let or for Sale; varioue sizes; several Shops to Let in good positions.—Mellor and Al.en, Coiwyn Bay. 18797p HOUSE to Let, three Entertaining-rooms. -< Eleven Bedrooms; good condition and splendid situation; very suitable for Apartments, etc.; Rent £ 35.—D. Mac. Nicoll, Estate Office, Old Cohvyn. 19413p ISO USE to Let, immediately Gwynfryn, XX. Trefriw, furnished or unfurnished. — Apply M. Evans. p IN NOVEMBER, a VILLA, standing in its I. own ground, close to Banger Station. Rent £ 30.—Appiy, Jones, Craig Owen. Bangor. 1836 LLALNRWST.—To Let, the Dwelling-house in Station-road, known ae "Bodgwynedd," oonttining two Entertaining-rooms, seven Ued- rooms, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and Pantry.— Apply to P. Mclntyre, Lianrwst. NORTH WALES.—Semi-Detached House, ten minutes from Llandudno Junction, two Entertaining, five Bedrooms, Attic, Bath, etc., Gas, large Room; rent ;1;;45, on Lease, or Sell Freehold.—Sibley, Gwynfryn, near Con.way. 19307p OLD COLWYN. ALFRED COY, House Agent. State requirements. Stamp ior p TO BE LET. — RHIW BANK-TERRACE. House to Let from Christmas next; two Sitting-rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and usual Offices; Rent, £ 22.—Apply, J. M. Porter and Elcock, Land Agents, The Estato Oiffce, Colwyn Bay. 19406p TO LET, Detached Dwelling-house, known ae JL Bryn 'Rodyn, Trefriw; immediate posses- sions—Apply, P. Mclntyre, Lianrwst. 19182p npO LET, 2 commodious New Houses in nigh- X street, Llangefni; Bath (h. and c.), Elec- tric Bells, Gas; moderat-6 rents, Suitable for Private or Professional.—Apply, G. 0. Williams, Caxton House, Llangefni. rpO LET, RHOSGAER, Gaerwen Station, con- X tainirig 5 Bedrooms, 5 Rooms downstairs, and usual Domestic Offices; also 4-stalled Stable] large Coach-house, Cow-house, etc., and about 2 Acres of Land. Immediate possession.—Apply, Pias Hen, Gacrwen.. 1884c fVvO LET, with immediate possession] furl X nished or unfurnished, a, pleasantly situ- ated Residence in the VaJe of Clwyd, within 5 minuted walk from Railway Station, having 3 Reception and 7 Bedrooms, Kitchens, Cellar, etc., commodious Stabling, Coach-house, Out- buildings, Gardens, Conservatory, etc.— Apply to T. S. Adams, F.A.I., Auctioneer, Land Agent etc., J\loJd.. 19341p MISCELLANEOUS. A STROLOGY.—Horoscope of Future; lm- portant Events Foretold; Marriage, Part- net. Described, Family, Changes, Legacies Planet, etc. Send birth date, Is, and stamped envelope.—Madame Marion, 4, GifTord Park, Edinburgh. 1871c MATRIMONIAL TIMES. the best and iT-t- quickest introductory medium for all de- siring a matrimonial alliance, having a larger and moro influential Clientele than any Matrimonial Agoncy in tho World. Price 6d, in sealed envelope. — Address, Editor, Robert Radford. 5. Featherstone Buildings, Holborn. MATRIMONIAL POST, sealed envelope, 5d, with circular, 9d; established quarter of a century-—Editor, "M. Poot," 12, Trafalgar Build- ings, Loudonl W.C. 11606 I LOST. £ 1 REWARD. — Lest, Friday, 25vh October, Diamond Pin Head. Single Stone Claw Setting. — Apply, Polico Station, Colwyn Bay. 19359p RHYL LIB^AIT CONVENTION/— will the person who took the wrong mackintosh from the Quoen's PaJace on Wednesday, kindly return to Mr Edmund Hughes, Grange-road, Rhyl, and receive his own in return. FOUND. "B7-OUND straying in the neighbo-urhood of -T Amlwch a Black Bullock, about two years old.—Enquire with Sergeant Owen, Amlwch. 1935c MEDICAL. FinilE MEDICAL HOME. COLWYN BAY.— X FULLY TRAINED CERTIFICATED NURSES supplied, who live in the Home when not at cafes, and are under pereonal supervision. Patients received. Massage Nursing Appliances un Hiro. Tel. No. 24.-Matron. MORTGAGEES. MORTGAGES on Freehoid Farms (only). 1'-1. Two-thirds of the value advanced.—Ap- p.y, by letter, addressed to J.G., care of "Pioneer" Offices, Co!wyn Pay. p PROFESSIONAL. 1TARENCII, SPANISH.—Lady visits; receives .J:1 Pupils; private or Claé6; references.—Ad- dress.—H. S., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19254p KINDERGARTEN.— Lady (Certificated) gives complete Course of Lessons to intending Teachers (Practical and Theoretical), enabling them to teach the system. Terms moderate.— Address, H. P., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19252p LATIN LESSONS Wanted in Bangor, Col- lege of Preceptors, once a week. State t&nnfe'.—Apply, "Rhei," "Chronicle" Office, Bangor. _955c_- ^VTURSERY GOVERNESS desires re-engage- -1^1 ment to one or two children; usual Eng- lish subjects, French acquired abroad, needle- woman, excellent references.—79, Manor-road, Lifccard, Liverpool. p QUARRYMEN, Miners, and Officials desiring W Promotion, take Postal Lessons. Geology, Mining, Surveying, Electricity, Arithmetic. Certificates given. Write for Syllabus.—"Cam- brian Mining School," Glanffrwd, Porth. 19248p BUILDING SITE FOR SALE, f | >0 BFJ SOLD OR LET, choice Building Site JL of about 2^ Acres, situate in the delightful Dwygyfylchi VaHey, within easy reach of the Fairy Glen, Sychnant Pass, and Town of Pen- maeumawr; Post Offi-e and Hotel close by, for Sale, or Owner would be willing to erect Bunga- low fcr suitable tenant, at moderate rent, most suitable for Poultry-farming, Bee-keeping, or as a Country Residence.—Apply, J. M. Porter and Elcock, Land Agents, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. 19298P HOUSES AND LAND FOR SALE. LAND IN COLWYN BAY (Dundonald-road) for Sale, .or erection of ós to 8s per week Houses.—Jamee F. Taylor, Solicitor, 71, Lord- street, Liverpool. 18120 MOCllDRE, BAY.^Two Houses, one Stable, one Shop, Slaughter- house and Appurtenances.—F\>r price and parti- culars, apply, Davies and Jones, Hope Bank, Colwyn Bay. 190p ON SALE, Freehold Property, Three Houses well tenanted; beautifully situated in the most healthy locality of Glan Conway; River and Mountain view; consisting of ten Rooms, Bath- room, Hot and Cold Water throughout, two W.C. separate.—Particulars of Williams, Bee Hive, Llangefni. 19232p f|^0 BE SOLD, wcii-buiit Detached Country X Cottage situate in a bracing poeition in the Village of Llyisfaen; large Garden. Accom- modation Sitting-room, two Kitchens, four Bedrooms, etc. Price, £375. Early possession. —Apply, J. M. Prter and Elcock, La.nd Agents, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. 19299p mo BE SOLD all that substantially-built Pri- X vato Reaidenoo, known aa Russell House, Rhyl. The House stands in ite own grounds, and contains threo Entertaining-rooms, eight Bedrooms, Dressing-rooms, Bathroom, 2 Kitchens, and other Domestic Offices, with Wash-house and Coal ho use adjoining. There a.re also com- modious Out-buildings attached thereto, which can be easily adapted for Stable and Coach- house. The Grounds are tastefully laid oat, and comjpriso a well built Conservatory, Summer House, excellent Tennis Lawn, and Kitchen Garden well stocked with fruit trees, and con- ta.ining in the whole 5536 square yards. — For further particulars and prices apply to Mr F. J. Gamlin, Solicitor, Rhyl. M.B.—The above would be Let with immediate possession at £100 per a.nnum if preferable. p To LET. LLANRWST.—To Let, Minafon, WatJing- -M-J etreet, convenient House, for a. reason- able rent. Apply, Mr Williams, Metropolitan Bank, Bangor. 1976p TO LET, large Room (Furnished or Un- furnished), euit Dressmaker or Tailor; good position.—Apply, Box 1768, "Chronicle" Office, Bangor. TO BE LET. SMALL FIELD, Mtuato in Conway-road, suit- able for Grazing purposes. Weekly or Monthly tenancy. Low rental. — For further particulars, rent, etc., apply, J. M. Porter and Elcock, La.nd Agents, The Estate Office Colwyn 19407p WANTS (Miscellaneous). MILK ROUND Wanted, large "Ismail, Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, or any town on Welfch coast; must be genuine. — OakJey, Ox- ley Bank, Bush bury, Woiverhampton. 19350p MANURE.—Wanted, about 10 Loads of good lT-t Rotten for Garden, within about 50 yards of St. John's Church, Old Colwyn.—State price delivered, to J. T., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Oa-y- 19356p MOLE SKINS Wanted. Highest Price. Names ijH. of Molq Trappers requested. — Gerrard Brothers, Furriers, Edinburgh. WANTED, Second-hand Water-wheel]-10"t0 12ft. by 18 to 24iik, lowest price possible. —Addrets, L. 0., "Pioneer' Offices, Colwyn Bay. 19424p WANTED, Piano, suitahle for Learner; 'V must be cheap.—State price, maker, etc., to Wood, "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19428p WANTlb to Purchase Ladies', Gents' and TV Children's good Lcft-off Clothing. Good prices given. Personal attendance upon receipt at Post-Card.—Jones, Wardrobe Dealer, Conway. WANTED, Old Furniture of every desorip- Tf tion, in Oiak or Mahogany, including Sideboards, Chains, Bookcases, Cupboard-Tri- darns, and Dressers. Old China also bought. Highest prices paid. — Samuel Lloyd and Son, Oswald-road, Oswestry. 19235p FURNITURE WANTED. WANTED, Modern or Antique Furniture; 'V homes purchased outright.—-Haslam, Auc- tioneer, Rhyl. p OFFICES, SHOPS, AC., TO LET. BANGOR.—House and Shop (fitted for Butcher) to Let, separately or together; good stand and suitable any business. Moderate rent.—Adipiy, Box 1587c, "Chronicle" Office, Bangcw. OLDPTN HART," Ruthin, North Wales.— '-Y To Let, commanding Business Premises, in main thoroughfaro, comprising double-fronted Shop and Dwelling accommodation; grand posi- tion for a.ny business; splendid windows and warehouse. Rental £ 26.—Apply, J. E. Price, Mostyn House, St. Asaph. 19393p OLD OOLWYN. Large Hous<1 weli- fixtured Shop to Let. — Jones, Stafford House. 19398p TY a SIOP ar Osod yn High-street, Porth- -L madog. Meddiant uniongyrchol.—Hum- phreys, Auctioneer, Portmadoc. TO LET, good Workshop, Erw Wen-road; Stables.—Apply, Hughes and Row- lands, Colwyn Bay. 19355p HOUSES WANTED. SMALL RESIDENCE, Cottage, capable of en- largement. or Building Site required, to purchase, on the North Wales or Anglesey coast; good water supply, and proximity to sandy beach essential.—Particulars to Messrs Hall and Stea- venson, Land Agents and Surveyors, College- hill, Shrewsbury. 1949o WANTED to Rent, in the Spring of 1908, a 'V Detached Cottage (in the neighbourhood of Bangor or Carnarvon), containing two Sitting md three or four Bedrooms, Bathroom, W.C., and nsual Offices; must be high a.nd dry, with pretty views, good supply of pure water, and good sani- tation; must also have a good Garden.—Address, stating rent, etc., to "E. Office of this paper. 1947c WANTED, Country Cottage, Vale of Con- Tt way. — Particulars to J. O., "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. 19340p POULTRY, ECGs, Ac. BLACK LEGHORNS.—An excellent Trio for Sale, cheap, unrelated Cockerel, champion strains, Rodwell, Hutchinson, Sturges, Cook's; also a. few first-class young Cockerels.—Miss Wil- liams, 75, West Parade, Rhyl. 19338p COCKERELS.—Buff Orpington, White Leg- horn (pure-bred); early hatched.—Taylor. Gvfach, Roe wen. 1939óp RABLU CATCHERS Wanted to send large quantities of Rabbits to Wholesale Firm; best price and prompt payments.—Particulars, Wilson, Fern Cottage, Llandudno. p LICENSED PREMISES WANTED. ¥ JU BLIC-HOUSE (small) Wanted.—Apply, 5(5, "Directory" Ollice, Llandudno. HORSES. CARRIAGES, &C., A CTTVE, Powerful Cart Mare, 16-2 h.h.. seven years, reason for selling pr-oving ui foai, suit farmer, £20, or offer; also stout-built Welsh Cob, 15 hands; nearly new Harness and light Two wheel Van on crankaxle; Cab, fronted very stylish lot, £30 or separate, suit baker, laundryman, or grocer, or lend few months to good home.—Mrts Fox, 64, Gloucester- piace, Lowhiil, Liverpool. 19411p BA Y HORSE, 16-1, ten year old, quiet in • all harness and good worker; Lurry, 10- CWl., in good condition; Waggonette, carry six, pole and bar complete, nearly new, maker, Hartley, Wakefield. — For price, etc., address, L.H., "Pioneer^' Offices, ColwJn Bay. 19410p |\ FlW llandcars and Wheelbarrows, second- •1.* hand Float, DogcartB, Governess Cars, rubber tyred; also Brougham, Victoria Wagon- ette, and Dogcarts, iron tyred; also strong Car- rier's Cart.—Francis and Sons, Coach builders Coiwyn Bay. 17738p ^J^RONG HORSE for Sale, 15 banù", lJuiet., KD good worker; £16, — Apply, Bryntirion] Red Wharf Bay, Anglesey. I943, rpj FARMERS AND OTHERS.-T^TCan J. Mares, in foal by good sire, 15.1 and 16 hanoo, 7 and 8 yearn, powerfully built, used to farm work, hard or soft; also strong Harness Horse, 15.3, 6 years, and powerful Van Mare, 7 years, suitable for Bakers, Carriers, or any Tradesman, from £12 to £22, The above are all warranted quiet, soundj and good workers; if Sold, 21 free trial. No further use.— Apply, Jones, 93, Talbot-street-, Whitchurch, near Station. p WANTED, strong Cob, four or five years old, 13-3 or 14 hands. Must be quiet in harness.— Apply, Thomas Davies, Gloddaeth, Llanolian. 19234p ALL SIZES AND PRICES TO SUIT ALL CUSTOMERS. HORSES, COBS, PONIES, WAGONS. JL1 CARTS, Floats, Traps. Harness, etc., for Sale, Hire, or Exchange, for Cash or Credit. The great advantage of this is that horses, etc., unlike other things on easy payments, earn the payments for which you get credit ae you go on. It is great economy even to buyers for cash; they avoid many risks, and have fair trials with view to purchase. Buyers should see these; this is an old-established place with a. good assortment on hand, and does not advertise selling under various pretexts.—Parker Wcod, 22 and 24, Vauxhall-road. Liverpool. Telephone: 0213 Central. 6756 SAILINGS. CUNARD LINE. "I VSITANIA" and "MAURITANIA" are J the Largest and Fastest Vessels in the World. Triple-screw Turbine "Carmania," 20,000 tons. Twin-screw Steamer "Caronia," 20,000 tons. Twin-screw Steamers "Campania" and "Lucania." Orchestras. Lounges. Daily Newspapers. CANADA: Fast Route: Special Rates. From LIVERPOOL (via Queehstown) TO NEW YORK. CARONIA Sat. Nov. 9 MA CRETAN IA Sat., Nov. 16 CARMANIA Sat., Nov. 23 TO BOSTON. SAXONIA Tues., Nov. 12 IVERNIA Tues., Nov. 26 SAXONIA Tues., Dec. 10 "MAURETANIA," First Voyage, Liverpool to New York, Saturday, November 16th. UNSURPASSED ACCOMMODATION at LOW RATES. An Allowance of 10 per cent, on tho homeward Fare is made to Saloon and Second Cabin Passcngcris taking Return Tick- ets. Second and Third Class Passengers, via New York, may travel without extra charge to Bos- ton and Philadelphia, and via Boston to New York and Philadelphia. Third Class Passenzera may also travel without extra charge to Balti- more. Passengers booked through to all parts of America and Canada. Apply to the CUNARD STEAMSHIP COM- PANY, LTD., Liverpool; or to their Agents:— J. Jones, Central Restaurant, Lianrwst; J. R. Jones, Lloyd-street, Landudno; F. D. Chant.rey, Penmaenma.wr; J. P. Jones, Hendre Bach, Rhuddlan, R.S.O,; W. F. Williams Rees, Old Colwyn; E. D. Rowland, Wynnstay Chambers, Colwyn Bay; W. H. Ellis, Llanfairfeehan; C. Wright, Chester; John R. Evans, Abergcle; and B. Williams, Rhyl. 5185p CANADA BY ALLAN LINE The Only Line with Government Contract for Canadaai Mails, and THE ONLY TURatNE STEAMERS TO CANADA. EXPRESS WEEKLY SERVICE. Shortest Sea Passage—Cheapest Route. FREE FROM ENGINE ODOURS, NOISE, AND VIBRATION. Finest Hotel Appointments, Unequalled1 Service- Special Low Through Fares to all parts. Apply ALLAN LINE. 103. Leadenhall-street, E.C., 5i, Pall Mall. London; 19, Jamee-etreet, Liverpool- lAN:PAêIPI'C &. t FASTEST I For Sailings and Pamphlet LINE re WORK and WAGES. TO Apply to C. P. Rly., 24, James Street, Liverpool; J. I, CANADA. Evans, Chapel-st, Abergele BUY ONLY PRYCE WILLIAMS & CO/S BREAD AND CONFECTIONERY, PUBITY GUARANTEED, Note Address- West End Stores, AND Ceylon Stores, COLWYN BAY Blue Bell Stores, RHOS=ON=SEA AND Devon Stores, OLD COLWYN. 8870 EDUCATIONAL APPOINTMENT. Mr Christmas Jones., the popular headmaEter of the Penmaenmawr National Schools, has been ap- pointed from amongst a large number of candi- dates by the Carnarvonshire County Education Authority, lecturer in history, geography, and music for the Teachers' Centres of Carna-rvon, Llanberis, and Penvgroes. Mr Jones is a. first- claas Queen's scholar; he headed the list at his college, and obtained1 a. double first as training master. Kotwit h-sita ndin g the abnormal rise in the price of Tea, have made no alte- ration in either quality or price- "Horniman's Pure Toet" is trong, fragrant and delicious- Sold in:—Colwyn Bay, by Hucrhag, Central! Stores; Price, Baker, Abergele-road; Colwyn Bay and District. Co operative Society; The Co-operative Society, Llandudno; Jones, Cne- raifit, Lfiandudno Junction: Roberts, Chemist, Llandudno; Higgins, Grocer, Prestatyn; New York Co-operative Society, Penmaenmawr; Griffiths, Groccir, Llanfairfeehan- Price an Sons, Grocers; and Williams, Chemist, Old Colwyn; and H. Rogers Jones, Chemist, De- ganwy. J "I LADIES' TAILORING. llEjlilDER BEE LADIES' TAILOR, of 10, Perper Street, CHESTER, IS NOW SHOWING A LARGE ASSORT- MENT OF ALL THE NEWEST MATERIALS FOR AUTUMN AND WINTER WEAR. T>ERFECT FIT GUARANTEED in the x LATEST STYLES. A Good Serviceable Costume made to order for 50s. Riding Habits, Motor Coats, etc. Patterns sent post free. ::¡ U bt Welsft Coasr Pioneer," LARGEST CIRCULATION ON THE COAST. THE SALE OF THE Welsh Coast Pioneer". Amounts to an average which, if tested, will show an EXCESS OF SEVERAL THOUSAND COPIES WEEKLY OVER ANY OTHER PENNY PAPER. Branch Offices LLANDUDNO MOSTYN STREET LLANRWST WATLING STREET RHYL 29, HIGH STREET. ABERGELE CAXfON HOUSE. London Representative MR. PERCY DAY, 74, FLEET STREET. The" PIONEER is printed at the rate of 12,000 copies per hour, on a "Victory Web Press ivhich is driven direct from a 25 B.H.P. Sandycroft" Motor, erected by the National Electric Construction Co., Ltd.
THE CHURCH CONFERENCE. It was our privilege last week to publish full accounts of two important gatherings —the coming-of-age festivities of Lord Dundonald's heir and the Liberal Conven- tion at Rhyl. We may mention en passant that the abnormal supply of papers printed failed to meet the demand. This was as satisfactory to ourselves as was the com- munication received from a subscriber con- gratulating us upon the most interesting and full reports we gave of the proceedi igs in question. This week the Pioneer con- tains full accounts of two equally impor- tant political and religious gatherings, at Colwyn Bay and Oswestry respectively. Parochially, perhaps, the Unionist demon- stration in the Colwyn Bay Pavilion may be regarded with more interest than the ecclesiastical meetings held so far away as Oswestry. The St. Asaph Diocesan Con- ference is always, by reason of the strong personality of Bishop Edwards, regarded with considerable interest, but the meet- ings this year were actually invested with unusual importance by reason of the Arch- bishop of Canterbury's visit. It is interest- ing here to recall the fact that since the advent of Bishop Edwards to the see of < St. Asaph three successive Primates—Ben- son, Temple, and Davidson-have honoured the Diocesan Conferences with their pre- sence. This, we think, speaks volumes for the influence pcsessed by the Bishop of St. Asaph in the highest ecclesiastical circles. One of the most pleasant and remarkable features of Tuesday's opening proceedings was the exceedingly warm welcome offered to the Archbishop by the local representa- tives of the Free Church Council. The speeches of the Nonconformist ministers were models of good taste, and contained such warm-hearted and generous tributes to the position and influence of the Church of England as to draw from the Archbishop and Bishop and other prominent laymen words of cordial reciprocation. As our con- temporary (" The Oswestry Advertiser") re- marked We may still have our denomi- national differences upon points of doctrine and Church Government, and, unhappily, these differences sometimes lead to political conflict and soreness of spirit, but hovy I. abundant are the signs that the Church is beginning to seek her strength to-day, not in any appeal to physical force, or to political dialectics, but in an earnest en- deavour to face the pressing social ques- tions as they affect the men and women in an age in which individual and national life is subject to the special temptations of. keen commercial competition and a great accumulation of wealth, with its re- sponsibilities as well as its privileges."
The Paupers' Christmas Beer. Many weeks have yet to pass by ere Yuletide comes again, but the Xmas num- bers of the magazines are already making their appearance, and in various parts or the country Boards of Guardians are busy wrangling over the question as to whether the unfortunate inmates of the workhouse shall or shall not have a pint of beer with which to wash down their roast beef and plum pudding. Bradford has set an example, for by eleven votes to five the Guardians have decided to provide the beer. The narrow-mindedness of the minority is shown by the fact that they are not all of them teetotalers themselves, and they did not contradict the assertion, made in the course of the debate, that their own tables on Christmas Day would groan with good things, including some of the finest vin- tages. In the opinion of many, the fact that a man or a woman is compelled to join the ranks of the nation's pensioners, is made an excuse for depriving them of a little extra treat once a year. No one will envy the feelings of men who can persuade their colleagues to adopt such an Liti-Cliris- tianlike policy. Nearly two thousand years ago the Master set a far nobler example when present at a feast, a fact which many. Guardians either forget or ignore. • » » How Do They Do It? Mr Hamar Greenwood has publicly de- clared that the Government's Licensing Bill is to be directed against the bold, bad brewers who force drink upon the peo- ple." It would be interesting to learn how this peculiar process is effected. How can to a man be forced'' to swallow beer unless he desires to do so, in which case, of course, no force would be necessary? Of course the brewer has to push his business, just as the baker or "the draper has to do; but does Mr Greenwood contend that the baker forces his bread, or the draper his calico on a reluctant public? Mr Greenwood's remarkable expression is unfortunately only too typical of the exaggerated and uncon- sidered language used by many teetotal advocates, which do so much harm to the temperance cause.