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.N PARLIAMENT.Session 1908. CONWAY AND COLWYN BAY JOINT WATER SUPPLY BOAHD. (Sanction and Confirmation of Existing Works Diversion of Water from Lake Cowiyd; Prevention of Pollution of Water; Provisions as to Fittings and Supply of Water; Borrowing Powers; Charges for Water, Fittings, etc.; Amendment of Provisional Orders.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the next Session by the Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board" (hereinafter called the Joint Board) for an Act for all or some of the following purposes (that is to say) :— I. To sanction and confirm the proceed- ings of the Joint Board with reference to the acquisition of lands and the construction of their existing works and to empower the Joint Board to maintain the existing works next hereinafter described in the counties of Carnarvon and Denbigh, and from time to iime to alter, improve, enlarge, extend, renew, reconstruct or discontinue all or any of the same (that is to say) Work No. r.—The embankment or dam constructed by the Joint Board across the outlet of Lake Cowlyd, in the parishes of Llanrhychwyn and the tOvVn- ship of Dolgarrog, in the county of Car- narvon, which raised the said outlet 6 feet above the cill of the former stream gauge there. The said embankment or dam being 176 yards in length. Work No. 2.—The conduit or line of pipes constructed for abstracting water from the said lake, commencing at a point near the outlet of the said lake 14 feet below the level of the present over- flow cill at the said outlet, and extending from that point for a distance of 492 yards in a north-easterly direction to the gauge chamber situate in the township of Dolgarrog, and thence proceeding through the said township for 4,100 yards, or thereabouts, to an overflow chamber, thence for a distance of 550 yards, or thereabouts, to a pressure re- ducing tank, thence for a distance of 500 yards, or thereabouts, to the main road, thence along the main road in the town- ship of Doigarrog and parishes of Caer- hun, Llanbedr-y-Cennin, Llangelynin. Gyffin and Conway, thence along the sus- pension bridge over the River Conway, tbencc onwards along the main road in the ^parishes of Conway, Llanrhos and Lta-v wstenin, all in the county o# Carnarvon, thence to Sarn Mynach, in the parish of Llansantffraid, Glan Con- way, in the county of Denbigh. ■2- To empower the Joint Board to make tild maintain all such cuts, channels, catch- rvaters, adits, culverts, tunnels, overflows, bye-washes, filter beds, tanks, reservoirs, mains, pipes, banks, dams, approaches, engines, pumps, buildings, works, plant, apparatus and appliances as may be neces- sary or convenient in connection with the before-mentioned works or any of them, or necessary or convenient for inspecting, re- pairing, maintaining, cleansing, managing, working and using the same or required for any of the purposes of the Water Under- taking of the Joint Board. 3. To empower the Joint Board to ab- stract. divert and impound from Cowlyd and Afon Ddu River all mc'. water as may be necessary for the purposes of water supply by the Joint Board or for other purposes of their Water Undertaking, and to alter and if thought fit to reduce the amount of water discharged by way of compensation water by the Joint Board. 4. To provide for the prevention of posi- tion and contamination of the water to be supplied by the Joint Board, and to empower the Joint Board to enter into and carry into effect agreements with respect to drainage of lands in the vicinity of Lake Cowlyd or their works and the more effectual collec- tion, conveyance and preservation of the purity of the said water. 5. To empower the Joint Board from time to time to discharge water from any of the existing or future works of the Joint Board into any available stream, water- course or drainage channels. 6. To make provision for or with respect to the waste, misuse and undue consump- tion or contamination of the water supplied Or to be supplied by the Joint Board and as to the fittings to be used for the purposes of such supply, and for the protection of the works, fittings, property and water sup- ply of the Joint Board, and for defining and reg-ulating such supply and for preventing frauds and abuses in the use of the water; and to impose penalties on persons injuring nieters, to provide that the r of the rneter shall be prima facie evidence, and •<) fequire notice to the Joint Board of connect- Ing- or disconnecting meters; and to em- power the Joint Board and their officers to *nter any premises for the time being sup- Plied with water by the Joint Board, and to repair, place or remove any such pipes fittings and to recover the cost thereof from the consumer, and to empower the 'Joint Board to make, supply and let on hire and repair wat-r meters and fittings. 7. To empower the Joint Board to enter *nto and carry into effect special contracts for *he supply of water in bulk or otherwise vith any local or road authority or surveyor of Ighways, and any company and other body £ person whether within or beyond the "mits of supply, and to vary or rescind any contracts, and to confer all necessary powers in that behalf upon all such authori- J'es, bodies and persons, and to enable them to raise or apply for the purposes of such ontract the necessary funds and rates. 8. To empower the Joint Board from time to time to make, vary and rescind, bye-laws, t:ul(:S or regulations for the purpose of Carrying into effect any of the provisions the intended Act; to prescribe penalties for ^curing compliance with any such bye- •avvsj rules and regulations. j. 9- To confer further powers on the Joint d in relation to the management of m r ^Hdertaking,' and in particular to en- tu t'iem ky agreement with any council or 'ocal authority having jurisdiction —'thin the Joint Board's limits of supply to tK .0Ver control and management of no distribution of water within the district Part the district of any such council J" authority, and to exercise all or any of e'f powers in relation to such distribution. 10. To confer further borrowing powers 11 the Joint Board, and to make provisions to the time and mode of repayment of oneys borrowed by them and otherwise in •ation thereto. i i. To enlarge the powers of the Joint Board in relation to the making and re- covery of charges for rates in respect of the supply of water, water meters and fit- tings, and to alter existing charges and rates and to grant exemptions therefrom. 12. To alter, amend, extend or repeal all or some of the provisions contained in the Provisional Orders confirmed by Parliament in the Sessions of 1891, 1896 and 1898 relat- ing to the Joint Board, and to make new provisions in lieu thereof. 13. The intended Act will or may incor- porate, with or without modification, all or some of the provisions of the Lands Clauses Acts and the Waterworks Clauses I Acts, 1847 and 1863, and will or may con-I fer on the Joint Board all necessary powers for the purposes aforesaid and vary or ex- tinguish all rights and privileges which would impede or interfere with such pur- poses and confer other rights and privileges. And notice is hereby given, that plans and sections of the existing works to be sanc- tioned and confirmed by the intended Act,. the plans showing the lands in through or over which the same arc made or the pur- chase of which is sought to be confirmed with a Book of Reference to such plans containing the names of the owners or re- I puted owners, lessees or reputed lessees, and of the occupiers of such lands, and a copy of this Notice as published in the London Gazette, will, on or before the 30th day of November instant, be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Carnarvon at his office at Car- narvon, and with the Clerk of the Peace for the county of Denbigh at his office at Ruthin, and on or before the same day copies of so much of the said plans, sections and Book of Reference as relate to each of the areas hereinafter men- tioned in or through which the vorks pro- posed to be sanctioned or confirmed by the intended Act as aforesaid are made or in which any lands or other property the compulsory acquisition of which is sought to be confirmed by the intended \ct as aforesaid are situate, together with a copy of this notice as published in the London Gazette, wilt be deposited for public inspection as follows, that is to say In the case of the Borough of Conway, with the Town Clerk of such Borough at his olace In the case of the Rural District of Con- way, with the Clerk to the Council of such Rural District at his offices, and in the case of the Parishes of Llanrhvchwyn, Dolgar- rog, Caerhun, Llanbedr-y-Cennin, Llangel- ynin, Gyffin, Conway, Llanrhos, Ltangw- stenin and Llansantffraid, Glan Conway, with the respective clerks of the Parish Councils of those parishes at their respec- tive offices or (where they have no office) at their residence or if there is no clerk ro any such Parish Council, with the Chair- man of such Council at his residence. Printed copies of the intended Act will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the 17th day of December next. Dated this 13th day of November, 1907. CHAMBERLAIN and JOHNSON, Llandudno, Solicitors. CHAMBKRLAIN JOHNSON, and HARTOPP, 10, Norfolk Street, Strand, W.C., Parliamentary Agents.
Light Railway Commissioners. November, 1907. THE ABBEY, DOLGARROG AND TREFRIW LIGHT RAILWAYS. (Application to Light Railway Commis- sioners authorising the construction of Light Railways and Works in the County of Carnarvon Compulsory Pur- chase of Lands; and for other purposes incidental thereto). VI OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that JLi application is intended to be made to the Light Railway Commissioners by or on behalf of the Aluminium Cor- poration Limited, whose registered address is at Basildon House, Moorgate Street, in the City of London, or a Company to be hereafter named in the Order (hereinafter called "the Company") in the present month of November under the provisions of the Light Railways Act, 1896, for an order for effecting the purposes or some of the purposes following (that is to say) To authorise the Company to make and maintain in the Parishes of Maenan, The Abbey, Llanrhychwyn and Trefriw, in the Rural District of Geirionydd, and in the Parishes of Caerhun and Dolgarrog in the Rural District of Conway all 111 the County of Carnarvon the railway's and works hereinafter described or some of them or some part or parts thereof respectively to- gether with all necessary and convenient bridges, culverts, viaducts. rails, plates, sidings, signals, tunnels, junctions, stations, approaches, roads, buildings, yards, and other works and conveniences connected therewith, and hydraulic or other works ancillary to the electrification of the said railways and works. To authorise the Company to abstract, divert, and impound water from Afon Dulyn in the said Parish of Caerhun and the Parish of Llanbedr-y-Cenin in the Rural District of Conway, and in the County of Carnarvon, and to util-ise such water as and for the purposes of (inter alia) power for generating electrical energy for working the said Railways and to make, construct and maintain leets, reservoirs, dams, canals, watercourses, and other works (that is to say) :— (I) A Railway (No. 1) 6 furlongs 7' chains or thereabouts in length com- mencing in the Parish of Maenan at a point on the Western side of the existing London and North-Western Railway (Llandudno and Blacnau Festiniog Branch) 173 yards or thereabouts mea- sured in a South Westerly direction from the Methodist Chapel on the East Side of the Conway Road North West of Tan- y-Coed passing thence in a North Wes- terly and Westerly direction to the east bank of the Conway River crossing the Conway River by means of a bridge thence across fields to a point 50 yards or thereabouts measured in a North Wes- terly direction from Eastern corner of field numbered 20 in the Parish of The Abbey* on the 1-2500 Ordnance Map of Carnarvonshire (second edition 1900) Sheet xiii 8 passing thence itt a Northerly direction through fields to the Afon Forth Llwyd crossing the Afon Porth :L!wyd by means of a bridge and passing j thence through fields and terminating In the Parish of Caerhun at a point 160 yards or thereabouts measured in a North Easterly direction from the Nor- thern corner of the house known as Plas- Rhaiadr on the East side of Pont Porth Llwyd. Railway No. I. Passes from through or into the Parishes of Maenan, The Abbey, Caerhun, and Dolgarrog (de- tached). (2) A Railway (No. 2). 2 miles 7 fur- longs 8.11 chains or thereabouts in length commencing in the Parish of The Abbey at a point of 20 yards or there- abouts measured in a North Westerly direction from the Eastern corner of the field numbered 20 in the Parish of The Abbey on the 1-2500 Ordnance Map of Carnarvonshire (second edition 1900) Sheet xiii 8 passing thence in a Westerly and Southerly direction through fields on the Eastern side of the farm house known as Tan-y-Ffordd thence in a South Easterly direction through and across fields on the Eastern side of the Main Road between Conway and Llan- rwst to the Afon Ddu crossing the Afon Ddu by means of a bridge at a point 127 yards measured in a South Easterly direction from the New- borough Arms P.H. continuing thence across fields in a South Easterly and Southerly direction to oint 30 yards or thereabouts mea- sured in an Easterly direction from the Eastern Boundary of the Con- way Road on the Sulphur Mine tramroad leading from the Sulphur Mine to the Wharf passing thence across fields in a Southerly direction to the Northern end of the embankment on the Northern corner of the field numbered 27 in the Parish of Trefriw on the 1-2500 Ordnance map of Carnarvonshire (second edition 1900) Sheet xiii 12, pas- sing thence along the embankment and across fields adjacent to the Conway Road to Trefriw Wharf over and along Trefriw Wharf to a point on the Western side of the Afon Crafnant 40 yards or thereabouts measured in a South Easterly direction from the South East corner of the Bell Vue Hotel crossing- the Afon Crafnant by means of a bridge passing thence along and on the Eastern side of the embankment East of the Afon Craf- nant and across fields to a point 173 yards or thereabouts measured in a North East- erlv direction from (he North East corner of Pont Trefriw. Railway No. 2 passes from through and into the Parishes of The Abbey, Dolgarrog and Trefriw. The gauge of the intended railways will be 2 feet or such other gauge as may be prescribed or sanctioned by the Light Railway Commissioners or the Board of Trade, and it is proposed to work and use the same by means of steam or by elec- tricat or other mechanical power. (3) Work No. i. A weir or dam on the Afon Dulyn with a leet. or water- course commencing at or near a point 200 yards or thereabouts measured in a Easterly direction from the North East corner of the Farmhouse known as Maen- eira and terminating at a point on the Afon Porth Llwyd 620 yards measured in a Westerly direction from the North West corner of the Farmhouse known as Pvvll Du. The leet will pass thrcuch and into the lands known as Maen-eira and Hafod-y-Carreg. 2. To authorise the Company to deviate laterally from the lines of the intended works to the extent shown on the plans hereinafter mentioned or to such further extent as may be agreed upon between the Company and any owner of lands and pro- perty affected or as may be provided for by the Order, and also to deviate vertically from the levels shown on the sections her,- inafter mentioned to such an extent as may be authorised by and determined under the powers of the Order or as mav be agreed upon between the Company and any owner of lands and property affected. 3. To empower the Company to make from time to time such crossings, passing places, sidings, loops, junctions, and other works in addition to those specified herein as may be necessary or convenient for the efficient working of the intended railways or for affording access to the sheds and works of the Company or for effecting junctions with the light railways and tram- ways of any other company, authority, or person. 4. To empower the Company to cross, open, or break up, divert, alter, or stop up, or otherwise interfere with, whether tem- porarily or permanently, all such roads, lanes, highways, streets, footpaths, pipes, sewers, drains, bridges, canals, streams, rivers, watercourses, railways, tramways, aqueducts, culverts, gas, water, and other pipes, electric cables, telegraphic and tele- phonic apparatus, and hydraulic or other works ancillary to the electrification of the said railways and works within the parishes and rural districts afore- said as it may be necessary to cross, open, break up, divert, alter, or stop up for the purposes of the intended railways and works or of any of them or of the Order. 5. To authorise the Company to pur- chase and otherwise acquire and take by compulsion or agreement for the purposes of works and in connection with the con- struction, maintenance, and working of (inter alia) the said railways and the works and conveniences necessary for such pur- pose lands, houses, tenements, and here- ditaments and casements in or over lands and hereditaments in the oarishes and rural districts aforesaid or in some or one of them. The lands so proposed to; be purchased or otherwise acquired compulsorily chiefly consist of pastoral agricultural and garden and other lands with the buildings thereon and forecourts, railways, railway sidings, Wharves, tramways, and tramroads, and comprise (a) As regards railway (o. I.) for the purpose of constructing and main- taining the railway sidings, stations, works, and bridges over the River Conway and Afon Porth Llwyd or other works in connection therewith 21 acres or there- abouts; (b) As regards railway (No. 2) for the purpose of constructing and maintain- ing- the railway, sidings, stations, works, wharves and other works in connection therewith 24 acres or thereabouts and (c) (as regards Work No. I) for the purpose of Constructing and maintaining the water- course called the Dulyn Leet with all neces- sary dams, weirs, sluices, values, cuts, tunnels, embankments and other works in connection therewith 16 acres or there- abouts. The Company do not seek to acquire the lands abutting upon the Afon Dulyn (excepting as aforesaid) or any interest therein other than an casement to divert and abstract water from such river at the point of intake, allowing the owners and occupiers of such lands as arc situate below such point a sufficient supply of water for agricultural and domestic pur- poses. The lands which are or may be required or which may be effected by ab- stracting diverting and impounding water from Afon Dulyn as aforesaid are the lands situate in the Parishes of Caer- hun and Llanbedr-y-Cenin abutting on both banks of Afon Dulyn between a point 200 yards measured in a Northerly direc- tion from the North Eastern corner of the Farmhouse known as Maen-eira aforesaid and the point of the confluence of Afon Dulyn with the tidal waters of the River Conway. The lands so to be acquired or which may be affected arc delineated in the de- posited plans hereinafter mentioned and are described in the book of reference of such plans. 6. The Order will or may confer on the Company all necessary powers for the con- struction of such railways and works and for the alteration or diversion of roads in connection therewith and for effecting junctions with existing railways and for the erection and maintenance of posts, conduc- tors, wires, mains, cables, tanks, stations. goods yards, level crossings, and apparatus necessary or convenient for the working of the railways, and to make and maintain all such cuts, channels, catchwaters, adits, culverts, tunnels, overflows, He- washes, tanks, reservoirs, mains, pipes, banks, dams, engines, turbines, pumps, buildings, works, apparatus, and appliances as may be necessary or convenient in con- nection with works (No. i) or any of them and will or may authorise agreements be- tween the Company and any company, authority or person duly authorised with respect to the supply of electric power for the purposes of the Order and will or may empower the company to charge levy and recover tolls, rates and duties in respect of the use of the railwavs and works con- nected therewith and to pay interest out of capital during the construction of the rail- ways. 7. The order will or: may empower the Company to lay down double in lieu of single lines and single in lieu of double lines oi interlacing lines in lieu of double or single lines. 8. The Ordcr will or may empower the company on the one hand and any com- pany authority or person for the time being working or using the railways, company authority or person authorised to enter into afreements or either or any of them on the other hand to enter into and carry in'.o effect, vary or rescind all or any agree- ments and arrangements with respect to the construetidn^ Usfc, .ittlKiMge- ment and maintenance by the companies oF the proposed railways and works or any part thereof and with respect to the traffic on such railways on such terms as may be agreed upon or provided by the Order. 9. With the Order will or may be in- corporated all or some of the provisions of the Companies Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, the Companies Clauses Acts, 1863 and 1869, the Lands Clauses Acts, The Railways Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, the Railways Clauses Act, 1863, and the Light Railways Act, 1896, with such variations modifications and exceptions (if any) as may be deemed expedient or as may be contained in the Order. 10. The Order will so far as may be necessary for the purposes aforesaid or any ot them vary or extinguish all powers and privileges which may interfere with the objects of the Order and confer other rights and privileges. Plans and sections of the proposed rail- ways, and of the lands to be taken and of the lands affected by any rights or easements proposed to be acquired and a Book of Re- ference to the said plans may be seen at all reasonable hours on and after the 30th day of November, 1907, at the local office of the Company, Plas Rhaiadr, Talybont, Talycafn, and copies of the draft Order may, on and after the same date, be ob- tained at the said Office or at the Offices of the undermentioned Solicitors of the Company on payment of not exceeding one shilling per copy at the said 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 Commis- sioners, and should, be written on foolscap paper on one side only, and should be ad- dressed to the Secretary, Light Railway Commission, Scotland House, New Scot- land Yard, Westminster, London, S.W., and copies of such objections should be sent ai the same time to the undermentioned Solicitors. Dated this 20th day of November, 1907. For the promoters, NICHOLSON, GRAHAM, AND BKESLT, Solicitors, 24, Coleman Street, London, E.C.
THE COLWYN BAY. AUCTION ROOMS AND PHOPIRTY MART, "VRONHAULOG" (Next the Pubiio Hall). MESSRS P. Wilson-Jones & Morgan, F.A.&. LATE M8 JAMES -STEVENS, Auctiono«re, Valuoire and Estate Agonte, Surveyor*, Architects. SALES BY AUCTION AND VALUATION of Landed Estates, Businew and Residential Propeiudo, ftiBU, Live and Dead Stock, etc. the requirement* of Appiioants to whom No Expert xxwioi valuers and Stock-Takers, Certi- fied Bailiffs. These exceptionally-fine Auction Rooms are Open Daily for ths receipt of Consignments of every class of Goods and FURNITURE SALES will bo periodically arranged. ALWAYS ON VIEW. OWNERS and SOLICITORS are invited to use thesa Rooms as a PROPERTY MART for Afternoon and Evening SALES BY AUCTION. A REGISTER OF HOUSES to Let (Irurn18heå and Unfurnished) cr for Private Sale is eye- tematically kept; and every attention paid to Charge i. made. AGENTS TO FIRE. LIFE. ACCIDENT. and other PRINCIPAL INSURANCE OFFICES. Telegrams: Wilson-Jones. Colwyn Bay. Nat. Tel. 4y& Carnarvonshire billposting Company. THE BiL poster* for Carnarvon, Pwllheli. Nevin. Criccieth, Portuiadoo. Penygroes. and Pwllheli district to bo addressed to 16. UAOL-STRKET, PWLLHELI; and for all other places to the Head Office, 20, CASTLE-SQUARE, CARNARVON. SALES BY AUCTION. Mr. F. A. Dew, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT. OOLWYN BAY and OONWAY. Telephone Noo. :-COLWYN BAY, 21; -CONWAY, 2x3. Established 1889. SALES and VALUATIONS of Landed Ea. tates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, House Property, Building Land, Hotelis., Live and Dead Farming Stock, House- hold Furniture, Pioturee, Books, and Plate. HOUSES TO LET, Furnished and Un- furnished. Information given of Houses, Building Es- tates, Farms, Country Residences, and Business Prcmisea for Sale or to Let in all parts of North Wales. FIRE, LIFE, and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. The Offices occupy the most prominent and oentral positions in Colwyn Bay and Conway, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auc- tion Announcements. p ON THE NORTH WALES COAST. Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING ESTATE, Situate at RHOS-ON-SEA, Near COLWYN BAY. MR F. A. DEW will SELL P.Y AUCTION, at an early date, at bho RHOS ABBEY HOTEL, RHOS-ON-SEA. all that FREEHOLD BUILDING ESTATE, Situate in RHOS-ON-SEA, and with an import- ant frontage to Rhoe-road, containing in the whole 3 Aor-es 3 Roods 36 Perches or there- abouts, and fanmiing the Property known as BRYN HYFRYD, now or lately in the occupa- tion of Francis G Griffiths, Esq. If the Property is not sold as a whole it will be solid in lots ranging from 500 to 1000 square yards aooordtng to a plan -vtthich. will be produced at the Sale, or which may be previously inspected at tlhe Auctioneer's Offices, Further particulars may be obtained at the Chief Offices of the Auctioneer, Llewelyn Cham- bers, Colwyn Bay, or at his Branch. Offioe, Oastle-strocfc, Conway; from Mr Edward Hewitt, F.R.I.B.A., Architect and Surveyor 33, Braze rioee-street, Manchester; or from Messrs Hal., Son and Hawkins. Northern Assurance Buildings, Albert-square, Manchester, the Ven- dors' Solicitors. p AT AN EARLY DATE. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. "JVTR F. A. DEW will SELL BY AUCTION, aa above, a Quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE a.nd EFFECTS. Further Entries solicited. 19522p Telegrams: Haslam, Auctioneer, Rhvl. I' Nat, Tel. 3v4. [ C. Wesley Hasjam, SUMP AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, LAND AND I ESTATE AGENT, HOTEL AND GENERAL VALUER. SALES BY MICTION of Landed Estates, Properties, Farming Stocks, Household Furniture, etc. VALUATIONS for Probate, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade Stocks, etc. CERTIFIED BAILIFF to levy Distraints, ap- pointed-by His Honour Judge Moss. Rents Collected and Estates managed. REGISTER kept of Properties for Sale or to Let. Prompt personal attention given to aU matters entrusted. Business transacted in any District. Note AddressTOWN HALL. RHYL. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 25th, 1907, at 2 o'dock. CORN EXCHANGE, RHYL. Ci. WESLEY HASLAM lias been favoured > with insrt,ruc.bio.ns to SELL BY AUCTION HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and USEFUL EFFECTS, briefly comprising:—Dini ng-rcom Suites in plush and leather, Maihogany-fraimed Chaiira in leather and hair, Sideboards, Cheffan- iens. Wi-cker Chains. Cane-seated' Chairs, Kirtohon Ohairtj, Dining Tables, Whatnot, Car- peó. Oilcloth. Ruigs, Mats, Fenders, Curlbs, Brakes, Oheste of Drawers, Bedroom Suite. Waahstandfl, Drawing Tables, Toilet Sets, Toilet Glaa>€». Bnaas and Iron Bedsteads, Spring Mat- trossea, splendid Mahogany Night Commode, Mahogany Side TaAolo, Pier Glaums Overman- tels, Bamboo Tables, Bamboo Stands' Crockery, Dinner and Tea Ware, Vases, Ornaments, quan- tity of Gas Fittings, Gas Grill. Dolly Pegs, Wringing Board, Bentwood Chairs, Flook arid Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, eolli Vaøe. aplendkt Modenn Wood Bedstead and Spring, pair Mahogany Dressing Tables, Step Ladder, etc.; eeiveral Lots of superior Cutlery. Strictly Cash Sale. Auction Offices: Town Hal], Rhyl. "SANDFORD," LAKE-TERRACE. WELLINGTON-ROAD, RHYL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28th. 1907. AUC. TION SALE of Superior HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE and EFFECTS, oompnsing hi brIef: Bamboo Umlbrels.a Stand, upholstered Spring Rooking Chair, Braas Curb and Brasses. Bam- boo Stand, handsome Gilt Pier G bu,, Flower Vases, Walraut-frame Couch upholstered in green stamped velvot.Walnut-fran e Y-piece Suite in green cloth, Telescope Dining Table on turned logs, Work Tablo, 2 Occasional Chains, quan- tity of Linou Rugs. Ve'vet Pile Stair Carpet- ing, handsome Wicker Chair, Carpet Squares, superior Dinner and Tea Ware, Hand Sewing Maehirae in working order, sweet-toned COT- TAGE PIANOFORTE, Brass and Iron Bed- steads, Spring Mattresses, Bedding. Wash- stands, Drossirag Tables. Towel R^aila, Single Chairs. Toilet Sets; Ornaments, Chests of D ra w-en;, and other numerous items. WESLEY HASLAM has been honoured J witih imshmictians from the Reprosentatavea of the late G. Church. Esq., to SELL BY PUB. LIC AUCTION, as above, at 2 o'clock prompt. Terms Cash. No Reeerve. Auction Offioes: Town Hall. Rhyl. Messrs. Clough and Co., DENBIGH. ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th. 1907. IMPORTANT 3ALE OF TIMBER at the VALE OF OLWYD TIMBER CO.'S YARD, STATION-ROAD. DENBIGH. CATALOGUES ready 5 days prior to the c Sale. For further partiou'ara, &00 Posters. CLOUGH and CO., 19504p Auotianeenw. LLANRHAIADR HALL (Close to the Railway Station, L. and N.W., and 3 miles from Town of Denbigh). 19 IMPORTANT SALE of the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc.. on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOVIZIBER 28th and 29th, 1907. Sale wiil oommenee each day at 11 o'clock, prompt. Catalogues ready 5 days prior to Sale. CLOUGH and CO., 19505p Auctioneer*. SALES BY AUCTION. Booth and Sandy, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Landed Estates, House Property, House- hold Furniture, Live Stock, etc., undertaken on Reasonable Terms. VALUATIONS for PROBATE, MORTGAGE, &nd TRANSFER. INVENTORIES MADE and EXAMINED. MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. AGENTS for Fine, Life, Personal Accident, Live Stock, Plate Glass, and Mortgage Insurance with the Leading Companies. Offices: 15, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 27 (Colwyn Bay). -PARTICULARS of PROPERTIES' for Sale, or to be Let, Furnished or Unfurnished, for- warded Free on application. 6257p SALE OF DESIRABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY. BROMPTON-AVENUE, COLWYN BAY, MESSRS BOOTH and SANDY are instruct- -LyJL ed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at "THE CENTRAL llIOTEL." OOLWYN BAY, on THURSDAY, NOVEM- BER 28tih, at 7.30 in the evening precisely, in the In following or such lots as may be determined on a-t the time of ^ale and subject to conditions. Lot 1.—ALL THOSE TWO CONVENIENT FREEHOLD SEMI-DETACHED VILLA RE- SIDENCES. situated in Brompton-avenue, Odl- wyn Bay. known as "WIMEREUX" and "WHITEFIELD," in the respective occupations of Messrs Cross and Mediior, and producing an annual Rental of JB72. Eaoh House oointairis Entrance Hali, two well- proportioned Reoeption-roorm, four good Bed- rooms, and the usual Offioes. and the Promisee, which occupy an area of 550 square yards or thereabout, are in good structural and decora- tive repair. Lot 2.-ALL THAT PLOT OF ELIGIBLE FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, having a. frontage to Brompton-Avcriue, situate on the Southerly side of and adjoining "Wimeroux," and containing an area of 656 square yard6 or thereabouts. Lot. 3.-Alili THAT PLOT OF RIPE FREE- HOLD BUILDING LAND, situate on the Northerly side of and adjoining ''Whatefiedd." (having a frontage to Brompton-avenue, and potssesaing an area of 550 square yards or there- abouts. Lot 4. ALL THAT PLOT OF CHOICE FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, adjoining the last Dot and having frontages to Birornpton- avenue and Llanerdh-road, and comprising an area of 482 square yards or thereabout Further particulars can be obtained from tihe Auctioneers, 16. Station-road, Colwyn Bay or Wiiliam Booth, E:.q.. Solicitor, 78, King-street. Ma-ndbester. 19426p 1 Robert and Rogers Jones, LLANSWST mod OOLWYN BAY,. I Nat. Tel. 15. Nat. Tel. 69. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. Established 1853. UNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Build- ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mortgage Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and ex- amined. RENTS COLLECTED. Life and Fire Insuranoe Agents for the Lead, ing Offices. Offices: TY'N-Y-FYNWENT, LIiANRWST, and PENRHYN ROAD (Opposite G.P.O.), OOL. WYN BAY. 15294p L ST OF FORTHCOMING SALES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd. Ifi07. TAN-Y-CASTELL, DOLWYDDELEN. ON the whole of the Modern and Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, eto. Sale at One o'clock p.m. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1907. TAL-Y-CAFN MART 14th GREAT AN- J- NUAL PRIZE XMAS. SHOW and SALE of 175 Prime Fat Railook-s, Ilea fore, Cows ajid Bulls; 800 Ripe Wethers, Ewes and Lambs, 35 Fat Pigs and CW.ves, when je55 in CASH PRIZES will be OFFERED for COMPETITION. SCHEDULE OF PRIZES. CATTLE. Class I.-For the 2 beet Butclwr", Bullocks, two years old and above, the property of the same owner; First prize, JE1 10s; seoond £ 1; third, 10s. Cas-s 2.—For the best Butcher's Bullock, two years old and above, the property of a texiaot farmer or farmer dependent on farming; First prize, £1; second, 15s; third, 10s. Class 3.-For the 2 beet Butcher's Bullocks, under two years old, the property of the same owner: Firet prize, £1 10B; second, 21; third. 10s. Class 4.—For the best Butcher's Bullock, under two years old, the property erf a tenant farmer cr farmer dopendcint on farming: Fir&t priae, .£1, fiecond, 15s; third, 10s. .C!6 5.—For the 2 best Butcher's Heifers, i •«.. ,>eans eld and above, the property of tSho owner: Firet prizes £ 1 10s; second. £ 1; third, 10s. Ciaas 6. For the beet Butcher's Heifer, two years old afid ahove, the property of a tenant farmer or farmer dependent on farming: Firat piize. £1; eeoond, 15s; third, 10s. Class 7.-For the 2 best Butcher's Heifers. under two years od, the property of the same owner: Firet prize, £ 1 l(fe; ewcond. £ } third. 10s. Ciaas 8.—For the best Butcher's Heifor. under two years o!d, the property of a tenant farmer or farmer dependent on farming: Firet prize, JE1; second, 15s; third, 10s. Class 9.-Fchr the best Butcher's Cow, the pro- perty of. a tenant farmer or farmer dependent on farming: First prize. jEl; second, 15s; third. 10s. Class 10.—For the best Butcher'. Bull: First prize, jei; second, 15s; third. 10&- SHEEP. Class 11.—For the 10 best Fat Welsh Moun- tain Wethere: First prize, JE1; second, 10s; third. 5s. Ciaas 12.—For the 10 beet Fat Wosh Moun- tain Ewes: Firat prize, El; second. lCb; third, 5. PIGS. Ciass 13.-For the 2 best Fat Pigs, of any weight: First prize, 15s; second. 10r. Clan 14.—'For the 4 best Fat Porkers, not to exoeed ICOlba. iivo weight: First prize, 10s; second, 5s. SPECIAL PRIZES. The Palatine Mill Co. are presenting the fol- lowing Prizes for Cattle fed on their Feeding Cake, viz.For the beat Butcher's BuHoek: First prize, 10s; second, 5s. For the best Butcher's Cow or Heifer: First prize, 10s; 6eoond, 58. Also a Challenge Cup for the best Beast in the Sale. The Moassine Co., Ltd.: For the best 10 Fat Sheep: First prize, JC1 L*; ecoond, 10s 6d. The sum of £ 1 Is wil; be given to the Largest Purchaser at Tal-y_Cafn Sales during the year 1907. The sum of £1 Is will be given to the Largest Vendor during the year 1907. The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the rnewt popular papers in the Principality. Splendid medium for advertisers* SALES BY AUCTION. Black wall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Auctioneera and Valuers, Live Stock Sale.. men, House and Estate Agents. Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Conditions on appjcation. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houses to Let, Furnished or Unfurnithed. Agents for Fire an4 Lile. Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insuranoe. 10102p FRON BELLA, PENTREVOELAS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 22nd, 1907. SALE of the Whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK (by instructions of Mr Morm Edwards, who is leaving). Sale a.* 12.30 o'clock. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1907. TAL-Y-CAFN MART. GREAT ANNUAL CHRISTMAS PRIZE SHOW AND SALE OF SPECIALLY FED FAT STOCK. 35 offered itt OaBh Prizes, together with Spe- 0W1 Prizes givefli by the I-PAW Ine Oil. M.i1 Cki." and the "Mala&aine Meal Co." The Er>trieis im? ude :— 180 PRIME FAT BULLOCKS, HEIFERS, COWS amd BULLS. 1200 RIPE WETHERS. EWES and LAMBS. 60 PRIME BAOON PORKER PIGS and CALVES. Judging at 10 c>'clock a.m. Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. MARKET-SQUARE, LLANRWST. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1907 (Ll-klli, RWST FAIR DAYI. ANNUAL SALE of a large and choice con signonant of FRUIT TREES. SHRUBS, ..d ROSES, by instructions of the Penybryo HortiGalitumJ OÓ. Sale at. 12.30 promipt. Messrs. Freeman & Co., HOLYWELL. GREAT AGRICULTURAL SALE at BRYNGWVN BACH FARM, RHUAUUT, ST. ASAPH. (Distant Four Miles from C-aerwys, Five-oad-w Half from Ha yvreJL 'and Four InJE ..at. THE lAVE STOat fromp rises: 123 Croes-tored ghcropshi.ro Ew Lamba; 13 pum bred Shropshire Ewe Ltunbe: 7 Cross-bred Ewes; 14 grand Colonry Yeariings; 2 Rear- ing Calves; 6 capital Irv-cahf Heitens; 2 Bui- iocits; 12 t»pk>ndid Dairy ü.Jw. 5 very pro- mising Csurt Cuite (2 and 3 year aid); 1 ditto Hackney ditto; 2 powerful, active Cart Houses (3 yeans old. 15 and 15 hands, ex- co .en.t- workers); an aged Mare, 15 hands, capiiiai worker; 13 young Porkers; 2 In-pijj Sows. THE IMPLEMENTS inoiude: A AeLl-buil-t Lurry. with crat-che, (nearer new); Harris McGregor's Reaping and Mowing Maoh. ine, complete; two narrow-wheeled Farm Carts, with crauches and harvesting gear; Wii iams ind Son's Horse-power, with gear; "di'ito by Wynoo Edwards; Roberts' PriDoti'ble- fifiel; Pough; three Seta of Zig-zag Iron Har- rows; Doubie-cyfinder Iron Land Roll; Powell Brœ Turnip PuLper; two-knife Chaff-Cuttere; two Cultivators; Garret and Sons' Seed Drili; Double-row Turnip DrrJ. by Willi ante. Rhuid. Ian; Single ditto; two Plou.glhs; two large Sheep Racks; Horse Rake; Winnowing Machane; Chain Harrows; Wood and Iron Swing Trees; American Rake; long wood Manger; Pikels; Hay Rakes; Bitch-forks; Stable Tools; Beking; Riddles; Iron and Stone Pig Troughs; three Sets of Cart. Gears.; three Pains Leading Chaiiit,; two Pains Plough ditto; two bra.-c-m-ounted Sets of Harness; Lady's Side Saddle; Gent's Riding ditto; Riding and Driving BrtdLec; various Sad- dlery, etc., etc. AJHO, about 250 ihobbete "Gaa- ton's Abundance" Oate, 200 hobbets Barley. 40 torn of Swedes, 3 tone of PoUtoes (Up-to-date), by MESSRS W. FREEMAN and CO., who ar» favoured witih instructions frcm Mr J cilia Evans (who is leaving), to conduct thia highly importa.nt SALE on FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 29th.. 1907, commencing at 11 o'clock sharp. NOTE.—LUNCHEON -WIU be provided at 10.30. The Prodxioe will be Sold in Small Lots. Order of Sa.e:—Implements, Live Stock, Produioe. Full particulars from the Auctioneers, at their Offioes, Bryaford-road, Holywell. Telephone, 17. 19289p Frank Lloyd & Sons, AUCTIONEERS. WREXHAM & ST. ASAPIL FINAL WEEK FOR MAKING ENTRIES. 38 GUINEAS PRIZES. 750 HORSES. LAST SALES FOR THE YEAR. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY", WREXHAM. RANK LLOYD and SONS invite Entries 1 for:— Nov. 26th. 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