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— PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. VICTORIA PIER & PAVILION CO., COLWYN BAY, LTD. SECRETARY W. A. PRYCE-DAVIS. RIVIERE'S GRAND ORCHESTRA TWICE DAILY, at 11 a.m. and 7-45 p.m. Musical Director and Conductor Deputy Conductor ••• MR. T. HENRY SMITH. ARTISTE: Miss MABEL MANSON (Soprano). FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21st, at 7-45 p.m., FIRST GRAND JAPANESE CONCERT OF THE SEASON, Followed by a Grand CONFETTI CARNIVAL at 9-45 P-m- Admission to Pier after 9-45 pm. 2d. SATURDAY NEXT, AUG. 22nd, at 3 p.m., Grand SPECIAL MATINEE By the World Renowned Pianist BACKHAUS. For further Particulars see Bills and Posters, SATURDAY EVENING, AUG. 22nd, at 7-5 p.m., Grand Special CONCERT, ARTISTES: Miss NACI TALBOT (Contralto) AND Mr. OLLY OAKLEY (Banjo Soloist). SUNDAY NEXT, AUG. 23rd, at 8-15 p.m. Grand SACRED CONCERT, ARTISTE: Miss NACI TALBOT (Contralto), Who will also appear during the week. MONDAY, NEXT, AUG. 24th, at 3 p.m., Grand Special MATINEE, By MISCHA ELMAN (the greatest Musical Genius of the age) AND CONCERT PARTY. For further Particulars see Bills and Posters. TO ALL CONSERVATIVES, LIBERAL UNIONISTS, AND MEMBERS OF THE PRIMROSE LEAGUE. A Grand DEMONSTRATION OF THE ABOVE WILL BE HELD IN THE Grounds of Gwrych Castle, Abergele (BY KIND PERMISSION OF THE COUNTESS OFI DUNDONALD), ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1908. THE CHAIR WILL BE TAKEN AT 3-15 P.M. PROMPT, BY /AXTPT >TT70T T A /T PRESIDENT OF THE WEST DENBIGHSHIRE COLONEL MLSHAMJ CONSTITUTIONAL ASSOCIATION. THE PRINCIPAL SPEAKERS WILL BE THE RIGHT HON. LORD RIDLEY, » r-p* r rprT/W/TDC/^WT UNIONIST CANDIDATE FOR WEST MR. SAM. THOMPSON, DENBIGHSHIRE. TICKETS FOR THE ABOVE (early application for which must be made) and further particulars may be obtained from J. P. WAINWRIGHT, Secretary of the Colwyn Bay Constitutional Club. COSY CORNER," PRINCE'S DRIVE, Friday, September 4th, 1908, • j AT 7-30 P.M., -THE MEMBERS OF- Harry ReYDOldLL ROYAL SERENADERS WILL TARE THEIR GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT. Harry Reynolds' Royal Serenaders, IN AN ENTIRELY NEW & BRILLIANT PROGRAMME, including the followitig-Two New Musical Scenes, A Dutch Wooing," and Olden Times." NE1& SCRERMING FRRCE « LARKS," and an ENTIRELY NEW SHAKESPERIAN BURLESQUE, written and arranged by MARK STUART, entitled "ROMEO AND JULIET UP-TO-DATE." Reserved Seats, 2/ Admission, i/ Seats may be Booked at Fleet's Music Stores Gibbons' Library or of the Company. Ticket Holders admitted at 6-45. Commence at 7-30 sharp. Carriages at 10-15, PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 28th and 29th, 1908 MESSRS. BARING BROS. PRESENT MISS LENA ASHWELL'S COMPANY IN THE ENORMOUSLY SUCCESSFUL ROMANTIC COMEDY (IN FOUR ACTS), "DIANA OF DOBSON'S," BY CICELY HAMILTON, Plan and Tickets at Fleet's Music Warehouse, Penrhyn Road. Times and Prices as usual. 22092P COLWYN BAY. IUT R. CATLIN has much pleasure in announcing that by arrangement with (he Council he is -again presenting CATLIN'S ROYAL PIERROTS RETURN OF MR. CHASS LEWIS, THE FAVOURITE VENTRILOQUIST. Performances; West Promenade Platform, II a.m, and 3 p.m.; Prince's Drive, 7-30p.m. All Communications to SIDNEY FRERE, Manager Catlin's Pierrots. I t I) ORELLA, F.C.S. (London), F.C.C. v_^ (America), and M.B.I.M.S. (England). FT V. J THE reliable Palmiste and only certificated 4^1* a\, f *t one in North Wales. Marvellous, Con- lj[ r I V |M s tentious, and Accurate," are the usual J J remarks of satisfied Clients. To consult 1 \l 11*i» m CORRLLA once is always to consult her. Daily V at Victoria Pier, Colwyn Bay. Lessons given in Clairvoyance, Crystal Gazing, &c. ■ y PUBLic ANNOUNCEMENT* LLANDUDNO PIER COMPANY (LIMITED). SECRJETA]TY 14&. SAMUEL HUGHES. 1 THE PIER COMPANY'S POPULAR CONCERTS. Morning at 11 Evening at 7-45. PIER COMPANY'S ORCHESTRA Augmented to 40 Performers. MR. ARTHUR W. PAYNE, Musical Director. MR. WALTER HAIGH, DEPUTY-CONDUCTOR. VOCALIST S: AUGUST 29th to 31st, MISS NORA MEREDITH (Soprano). SEPTEMBER 1st to 3rd, MISS PHYLLIS LETT 14TH GRAND SPECIAL CONCERT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29th, VOCALISTS: MR. BEN. DAYIES (Tenor). MISS NORA MEREDITH (Soprano). WEEKLY TICKETS,"5/T& 3/6; MONTH- LY, 15/- and 11/ Admission to Pier to 6 p.m., 2d. after 6 p.m 6d. SPECIAL CON- CERTS Admission, i/- Front Seats, If. extra SACRED CONCERT on SUNDAY at 8-15 p.m ARDDANGOSFA NANT CONWY, Yr hon a gynhelir yn PENMACHNO, DDYDD SADWRN, Mcdi$ed^ 1908, CEFFYLAU, GWARTHEG, DEFAID A FFRWYTHAU. Y SCHEDULES yn awr yn barod (Entries yn cau Awst 29aia), a gellir eu cael gyda phob manylion gan yr Ysgrifenydd, Mr. J. R. HUGHES, Swch Isaf, Penmachno. — A GRAND CONCERT — will be held in the evening. Particulars in due course. MERIONETHSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY A GREAT SHOW will be held at HHRLEOH, On Wednesday, September 9th, 1908. OVER £ 300 in PRIZES for HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, FARM and GARDEN PRODUCE, IMPLEMENTS. Special Competitions for Slate Splitting and Sheep Shear- ing. it50 and Silver Cup for Open Jumping and Trotting. Numerous liberal Open Prizes for all Farm Stock, Dogs, Poultry, Cage Birds and Pigeons; 48 Classes, 46 Specials, and eight Silver Cups value L55. ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 26th, 1908. Special Trains and Cheap Bookings from all parta. Apply early for a list of prizes and Entry Forms to R. ROBERTS, Secretary. Rhydygarnedd, Towyn. 21976p LLEYN AND EIFIONYDD AGRICULTURAL SHOW. SATURDAY, SEPT. 5th. President: SIR HERBERT ELLIS, K.C.B. PRIZES for HORSES, CATTLE, SHEEP, DOGS, POULTRY, Etc., and HORTI- CULTURAL PRODUCE. TROTTING AND PONY RACES. 8 CHALLENGE CUPS. Entries close AUGUST 29th. Schedules free from Secretary, D. H. PARRY, Bronant, Pwllheli. If you would be graceful. learn to Skate," HIPPODROME, LLANDUDNO. Entirely Re constructed at a Oost of £ 3,003. 0. P. CRAWFORD to General Manager. HIGH-CLASS ROLLER SKATING MILITARY BAND. AFTERNOON TEAS. FREE TUITION. PRIVATE GARAGE COOLED BY ICY BREEZES. AMERICAN SODA WATER BAR. THREE SESSIONS DAILY. 10-30 to 12-30. 2 to 5. 7-30 to 10-30. P R I C E S. Morning Session. Admission Free Skates Is. Afternoon Session. Admission CId. Skates Is. jHEK Ladies Admitted Free at Afternoon Session if they porokaae a Skate Ticket. ■SHHRHA Evening Session. Admission U Skates 11. CLOAK BOOM TBKI AX ALL WF SESSIONS. A Season Book, good lor 80 Admissions And 80 Skates, will be Sold for £ 3, We charge you just the eame for nseof Skatiog surface whether you 06 out Skates or your ova. ^—I. -1— SALES BY AUCTION Mr. F. A. Dew, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, COLWYN BAY and CONWAY. Telephone Noa.; -COL WYN BAY. 21i CONWAY, 8x3. Established 1889- SALES and VALUATIONS of Landed H&- tates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, Ilouft Property, Building Land, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, House- hold Furniture, Pictures, Books, and Plate. HOUSES TO LET. Furnished and Un- furnished. Information given of Houses, Building Es- tates, Farms, Country Rowden", and Business Premifies for Sale or to Let in all parts of North Walea. FIRE, LIFE, and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. The Offioes occupy the most prominent and central positions in Colwyn Bay and Conway, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auc- tion Announcements. p FRIDAY, 28th AUGUST, 1908. By Order of the Mortgagee. COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. MR F. A. DEW is favoured with instructions as above to SELL BY AUCTION at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, at Threi, p.m. (subject to certain conditions of Sale to be there and then produced and read), all that most desirable well-placed and commodious FREEHOLD RESIDENCE known as ST. TUDNO, situate at the corner of UPPER WEST PRO- MENADE and SEA BANK-ROAD, COLWYN BAY, aforesaid, in the occupation of Mrs Maria Davies as Tenant thereof. The Property comprises a well designed and thoroughly up-to-date FREEHOLD RESI- DENCE, now worked as a first-class BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, for which, from its admir- able position, being within a 100 yards of the Sea Front and New Promenade, with uninter- rupted views of the Pwllycrochan Woods, and close proximity to the centre of the Town, it is admirably adapted. Further particulars of the Auctioneer, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay, and Castle-street, Con- way; or of Messrs Gold Edwards and Co., Solicitors, Denbigh. 21997p Mr John Pritchard, AUCTIONEER. BANGOR. ABER HorEL, ABER. Attractive Sale of the Costly and well-made APPOINTMENTS of this Hotel, furnished throughout in exquisite taste and regardless of oost, and comprising the Contents of Entertain- ING-ROOIAS an? ERA, ~nd Dom^cllc Offices, superior Plated Goods, Dinner, Tea, Breakfast, and Dessert Services, a large Assort- ment of Glass, Bed and Table Linen, valuable Pictures, Deoorative China and Ornamental Items; the Stock in Trade of Wines, Spirits, Cigars, and Cigarettes The Out-door Effects comprise four valuable Posting Horses, Brood Mare and Foal, Ewes and Lambs, Pigs, two Milch Cows, Landau, Ralli Car, Float, Waggon- ette, Saddlery, Mowing Machine; also the Mis- cellaneous Effects in the Aber Yard, including Iron Stone Breaker, costly Dynamo, Electric Fittings, etc. MR JOHN PRITCHARD is instructed by the Official Receiver in Bankruptcy to con- duct the above Important SALE on WEDNES- DAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, September 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 1908, at 11 a.m. punctually. Terms Cash at fall of hammer. On view Tuesday, September 1st, from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m. Catalogues may be obtained of the Auctioneer. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. 3638c PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT". LD COLWYN FOURTH ANNUAL 0 AMATEUR ATHLETIC SPORTS will be held in MIN-Y-DON PARK, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, i908, when Prizes to the Value of f,25 will be offered. Sports to com- mence at 2 o'clock prompt. Entries close August 30th. For Entry Forms and Particulars, apply to the Hon. Secretary, H. T. H. ANDERSON, 2. Beach Villa, Old Colwyn, Official Handicap- per. 21978p COACHING. COLWYN BAY. J. Fred Francis & Sons' COACHING TOURS TO THE WELSH HILLS, WATERFALLS AND LAKE DISTRICTS (Weather and other circumstancea permitting). TIMES OF STARTING AND RETURNING. EARLY BOOKINGS.—In order to avoid the Coaches being delayed, Passengers are earnestly requested to Book early at the Coaching Office, "The Mewa." Should weather or other circumstances prevent the Coaches from going, the Fare will be returned. Tour No. I.-The Grand Loop Tour. "The Duke of York" leaves the Mews daily at 10 a.m. Arriving home at 6.30 p.m. Fare for the round, 10s; Box Seats, 2s extra. 56 miles. 3 teams. Tour No. 2.-Bettwsycoed. Coach leaves the Mews at 10 a.m. Arriving home at 6.15 p.m. Fare, 7s; Box Seats, Is extra. 40 miles. Coach does not run unless sufficient Passengers booked. Tour No. 3.-Rhuddian Castle and the City of St. Asaph. Coach leaves the Mews at 11 a.m. daily (Tuesdays and Saturdays excepted). Arriv- ing home at 5.15 p.m. Fare, 5s; Box Seata Is extra. 28 miles. Tour No. 4.—Penmaenmawr. Coach leaves the Mews daily at 2.30 p.m. Arriving home at 6.15. Fare, 4s, Box Seats, Is extra. 23 miles. Tour No. 5.-The Short Loop. Coach leaves the Mews daily at 2.30 p.m. Arriving home at 6.15. Fare, 4s; Box Seats. la extra. 23 miles. Tour No. 6.—Bodnant Hall. Coach leaves the Mews at 2.30 p.m. (Tuesdays and Saturdays only). Arriving home at 6 p.m. Fare, 3S; Box Seats, Is extra. 16 miles. Tour No. 7.—Llanrwst and Gwydyr Castle. Coach leaves the Mews at 10 a.m. Arriving home at 6.15 p.m. Fare 5s; Box Seats Is extra. 30 miles. Tour No. 8.-Rhydyfool and Coed Coch. Coach leaves twice daily at 10.15 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Arriving home at 1 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. R* -a Fare, 3s 6d; Box Seats, Is extra. 20 miles. Gwryoh Castle (Residence of the Countp- of Dundonaid).-Tlie Proprietors have permission to drive through the Grounds upon payment of a small Fee. Days of Admission: Tuesdays and Fridays. ALL TOURS RETURN IN AMPLE TIME FOR DINNER AT THE HOTELS. Seats may be booked with the Head Porter at any of the Hotels. Other short Coaching Tours are taken. Places and Times are written daily on the Notice Board at the Coaching Offioe, "The Mews." Any of the Coaches oan be engaged privately at a day's No- tice. Large Parties catered for at Reduced Rates. For further. Particulars. see J. Fred Fraaou and Sons' Coaching Guide and Coach Bills. Booking Offiow:-THE MEWS, CONWAY. ROAD, COLWYN BAY (facing the N. and S. Wales Bank, i and adjoining the Central Hotel), and VICTORIA PARK MEWB. CONWAY- ROAD, COLWYN BAY. ttiigfr V SALES BY AUCTION Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, Auctioneers and Value. Live Stoctt Sales- men, House and Estate AGENTS. Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Haxness, etc. Entry Forms and Conditions on application. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houses to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p CAE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. NEXT SALE of DAIRY and STORE CAT- TLE, FAT and STORE SHEEP and LAMBS, COUPLES (EWES and LAMBS), etc. Sale at 12.30. Usual Credit. Edwards, Son & Bigwood, BIRMINGHAM. BY ORDER OF MORTGAGEES. PENRHYN BAY (Overlooking the Golf Links), RHOS ON SEA, NORTH WALES. VALUABLE LONG LEASEHOLD PROPERTY (991 Years), comprising two Houses, WIN- DLESHAW and ST. ALBANS; Dwelling- house, ST. OSWALDS, with Retail Shop; Btone-built Residence, THE POPLARS, with Builder's Premises, and Land for the erection of four more Houses, adjoining the Electric Tramway and midway between Liandudno and Colwyn Bay. ANNUAL VALUE JEMS. GROUND RENT JB50. EDWARDS, SON, and BIGWOOD are in- E structed to SELL the above by AUCTION, at the RHOS ABBEY HOTEL, RHOS-ON- SEA, on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1908, at SEVEN p.m. to tho minute. Plans and particulars may be had at the Rhos Abbey Hotel; of Messrs Lewis and Sons, Solicitors, Walsall; at Mr Evans', St. Oswald's, Penrhyn Bay, Llandudno; or of Edwards, Son, and Bigwood, 17 and 19, Colmore Row, Birming- ham. p Messrs Frank LI03 d & Sons, AUCTIONEERS, WREXHAM. HIGHLY IMPORTANT AGRICULTURAL SALE, being the first annual draft of Short- horn Dairy Cows and Heifers, several first- class Bulls, splendid Young Stock, Fat Bullocks and Heifers, Fat and Store Sheep and Lambs, Pedigree Pigs, etc., at BRYN EURYN FARM, NEAR COLWYN BAY. on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th. at 12.30. R. E. BIRCH, Esq., has instructed FRANK LLOYD and SONS to conduct his i lr3T HIGH-CLASS SALE. Mr. Matthew Ryan, AUCTIONEER, Land, House, Estate and Insurance Agent, <16 years with the late Mr. Geo. F. Felton, Auctioneer;, Valuer for Probate, Transfer or Mort- gage. Rents Collected. Inventories taken and checked. AUGUSTA ST (Nearly opposite the N.UUUDIIL OA. Kailway Station). Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO 21372 Mr Joseph Williams, AUCTIONEER, RHYL. TOWN OF RHYL. IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION OF VALUABLE PROPERTY, Situate in the Centre of Rhyl. TV/TR JOSEPH ILLIAMS has been instruct- mr™6*1 to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUC- FiON.at the QUEEN'S HOTEL, RHYL, on TUESDAY, the 8th SEPTEMBER, 1908, at 3.30 o clock in the afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced, the follow- ing desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. All that Messuage or Dwelling-house, Shop, and Buildings, being No. 12, SUSSEX-STREET, RHYL, now in the occupation of Mr R. B. j Arnold and another; and also, All that Messuage or Dwelling-house, Shop, Printing Officez and Buildings, being No. 13, SUSSEX-STREET, RHYL, and now in the occu- pation of Messrs Amos Brothers and Jones. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, County Chambers, Rhyl (Tel. 0179), or Stafford Chambers, Pres- tatyn, or from Messrs Bromley, Jones and Co., Solicitors, Rhyl. Mr. G. F. Byford, RUTHIN CAE'R FRON, LLANBEDR, (Two Miles from the Town of Ruthin). IMPORTANT and ATTRACTIVE UNRE- SERVED SALE of Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE in genuine Solid Mahogany, Curled-Walnut and Light Oak, Richly Cut Glass, China, Steel Engravings, Oil Paintings, and Water Colours, Books, handsome Circular- fronted Brougham, Four-wheel Phaeton, strong and useful Float, Harness Gelding, Two Sets Single Harness, Riding Saddle, Horse Clothing, Conservatory, Rustic Summer House, Green- house and other plants, Garden Requisites, small Stack Meadow Hay, seven Acres Webb's Golden Grain Barley, White Queen Wheat and Black Tartarian Oats in Three Stacks, Hives of Bees, Grey Talking Parrot, and other Effects. MR GEORGE F. BYFORD has received in- structions from the Executors of the late Mrs Harrower, to SELL BY AUCTION, upon the above Premises, on THURSDAY and FRI. DAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd and 4th, 1908, the above briefly enumerated APPOINTMENTS of the above Residence. Commencing each Day at Eleven o'clock. On View on First Day's Sale only. Catalogues from the Auctioneer, Ruthin, and upon the Premises. Auctioneer's Office, at Peter's square. 22159p The "Pioaeer" is recognised as one of the moot popular papers m the Principality. Splendid medium for advertisers. SALES BY AUCTION Messrs G. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience). Late Messrs Booth and Sandy, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16, STATION-ROAD, COLWYN BAY. TELEPHONE No. 27. SALES and Valuations of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Houeahold Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade, Stocks, etc. Fire Low Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offices. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to aU mattero witib IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS UJ334P Mr Walter Brierley, MANCHESTER. OAKHURST, COLWYN BAY. FREEHOLD AND FREE FROM CHIEF RENT. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, by Mr WALTER BRIERLEY, at the Colwyn Bay Hotel, Colwyn Bay, on MONDAY, the 14th day of Septeir-ber, 1908, at Three O'clock in the afternoon, SUBLET to conditions of sale to be 'here and then produced. All that Desirable Freehold Detached Resi- dence called "OAKHURST," in Pwliycrocbon- roa-l Colwya BO-V, aforesaid, with the Stabling and Extensive ORNAMENTAL and Well Stooked Grounds, ard containing1 2 acres 1 rood or there- abouts of Ireehoid lanu, now iji the occupation of -no vendor. The house is a VISRY fine example of half tim- bered architecture, and stands in charming grounds affording thi most perfect seclusion with lawns and beautiful flower borders, which givj a succession of bloom from spring to late Liutt-MIL The ERARDANS are stocked with well grown shrubs, and tli 1 famous Pwllyorochon Woods make a most beautiful naturial back ground. The house is of moderate siao for the aooom- modation of a family of position, and ooniarns Drawing Room, Daiijig Room, Morning Room, Smoke Room. Vestibule, Hall, Ante-Room, Cloak Roccn, Lavatory, and Butler's Pantry, on the ground floor; Billiaixi Room in the sub- basement with Nine Bedrooms, Lavatory- Dressioig Room aad Lavatory Bathroom on the UDDer floors. The house is finished and decora- tod throusrhout in the best manner, and is in ex- 0011 mt order. S> The Stabling- consists of Two Stalls and a loose Box with Musgrave's fittings; Coaoh-house; Harness Room wit-h Kit, and Groom's Bedroom. The tnines and minerals with power to work and carry away the same are reserved. POSSESSION CAN be had on COMPLETION. For further particulars, plans, and orders to view, anplv to the Auctioneer, 16, John Dalton- streot, Manchester, or to Messrs J. M. Porter and Eloock, Estate Agents, Colwyn Bay; or to Messrs Earll, Bans, and Co., solicitors, 54, Brown- street. Manchester. p Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN BAY AUCTION MART. COLWYN BAY. UNDERT AKES SALES of HOUSE PRO- U PERTY. LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. CERTIFICATED BAILIFF. RENTS OOL- LECTED. INVENTORIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. Offices: COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. 21361p' "GLAN DULAS," PRINCE'S DRIVE, COLWYN BAY. MR CHARLES MORGAN is favoured with instructions from Miss Savage (who is leaving Colwyn Bay) to SELL BY AUCTION on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1908, the ex- cellent DRAWING, DINING, and BEDROOM FURNISHINGS and EFFECTS. Sale to commence at 2 o'clock. Auction Offices, Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. 22089p COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS, COLWYN BAY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th. 1908, at 2.30 prompt. MR CHARLES MORGAN begs to announce that SALES of HOUSEHOLD FURNISH- INGS, etc., will be conducted in the above Rooms on each alternate TUESDAY, commencing as above, until further Notice. Consignments of Furniture solicited. Personal attention and prompt Settlements guaranteed. Offices: Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. 22163p COLWYN BAY. THE ANNUAL SALE OF CARRIAGE and VAN HORSES, WAGGON and DRAY HORSES, HACKNEYS and PONIES, CARRIAGES, VANS, HARNESS, and CARTS, Etc. MR CHARLES MORGAN begs to announce a SALE of 50 HORSES, Etc., as above, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 1908. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock. Further Entries are solicited. Full particulars on application. Auction Offices, Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. 22090p Mr P. Wilson-Jones, F.A.I. ABERGELE AUCTION MART. THE next SALE will be held on WEDNES- JL DAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1908, when about 500 FAT LAMBS and SHEEP, and 50 FAT and STORE CATTLE will be offered for Sale by P. WILSON-JONES, Auctioneer. Further Entries solicited. Mr. Chas. P. bheffield, AUCTIONEER, MOLD. TO CONNOISSEURS, DEALERS IN FINE ART AND ARTICLES OF VERTU. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF AN IMPORTANT SALE AT TAN LLAN, BATH-STREET, RHYL. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD is instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 10th and 11th SEPTEMBER next the whole of the exceptionally well-made and high-class Modem and Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Catalogues ten days prior to Sale of the Auc- tioneer, 19, Bodfor-street, Rhyl (TeL 681, or 18, High-street, Mold (TeL æ. SALES BY AUCTION Robert and Rogers Jones, LLANRWST and COLWYN BAY. 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 Faxming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right. Probate and Mortgage Purposes, INVENTORIES carefully prepared and ex. smined. RENTS COLLECTED. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for the Lead- ing Offices. Offices TY'N-Y-F YN WENT, LLANRWST, and PENRHYN ROAD (Oppobite G.P.O.), COIr WYN BAY. 15294p LIST OF WORTHCOMINO SALES. MONDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1908. TALYCAFN "MART PERIODICAL SALE OF 50 FAT BULLOCKS, HEIFERS, COWS, aad BULLS. 25 CALVING COWS and HEIFERS. 15 STORE BULLOCKS and HEIFERS. 2000 FAT CROSS-BRED LAMBS. 380 FAT WETHERS and EWES. 12 FAT CALVES. 1 SOW and 10 SUCKLINGS. Also Square-back PONY GIG. Sale at 12.30 p. m. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7tli, 1905. TALYCAFN. ANNUAL SALE of PURE-BRED WILT. SHIRE, SOUTHDOWN, SHROPSHIRE, and WELSH RAMS, RAM LAMBS, EWE LAMBS, and BREEDING EWES, selected from well-known Flocks. Catalogues may be lbtai,-ed seven days prior to Sale. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1908. VOELAS HALL HOME FARM, PENTREFOELAS. ANNUAL SALE OF PEDIGREE WELSH CATTLE and SHEEP. The property of Mrs Wynne Finch. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th, 1908. PARISH OF LLANDRILLO-YN-RHOS, COUNTY OF DENBIGH. SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM. MESSRS ROBERT AND ROGERS JONES are instructed to SELL BY AUCTION, at the CASTLE HOTEL, CONWAY, on the above date, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, the Freehold Farm known as FFR1TH-Y-GWYNT, contain- ing 16 aeres, 1 rood, 18 poles, in the occupation of Mr Edward Jones. This Farm is within easy distance of Colwyn Bay and Llansantffraid, and approached by good roads, as there is always a ready market for Farm and Garden Produce. For further particulars, apply to the Auction- eers, Llanrwst and Colwyn Bay, or to Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Jones, Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Llanrw&t WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1908. SALE of MOUNTAIN WETHERS and BREEDING EWES from TALYBRAICH, BODESI and GLAN LLUGWY FARMS. CAPEL CURIG, which will be brought to the Talycafn Mart for the convenience of Sale. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PANTGRAIANOG ESTATE, NEAR THE OAKWOOD PARK HOTEL, CONWAY, THIS BUILDING ESTATE, containing 29 Acres or thereabouts will shortly be OFFERED FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION. Further particulars will appear in due course, Apply to;- MR J. W. HUGHES. Solicitor, Conway, or to — MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS JONES, Auctioneers, 21564p Llanrwst and Colwyn Bay. t Mr Arthur C. Flint. AUCTIONEER, RHYL. IMPORTANT PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE MENT. RHYL AND ST. ASAPH. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY. ARTHUR C. FLINT has received instructions to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the ROYAL HOTEL, HIGH-STREET, RHYL, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th, 1908, the following valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PRO- PERTIES :— All that double-fronted Messuage or Dwelling- house, known as No. 2, BRIGHTON-ROAD, RHYL; and All those well-built pair of Semi-Detached Villa Residences, known as "TWYFORD" HOUSE, and House adjoining thereto, situate in Hafod Elwv, St. Asaph. Other Lots may be included. For further particulars, see future announce- ments and posters, or apply to J. Pierce Lewis, Esq., Solicitor, Town Hall, Rhyl, or the Auc- tioneer, at his Offices, Market-street, Rhyl. TeL 58. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. FFRITH-Y-GWYNT, BRYN-Y- MAEN, UPPER COLWYN BAY. f IMIE above Farm and large Buildings will be J- SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the CASTLE HOTEL, CONWAY, during SEPTEM- BER. Full particulars and details will appear in due course, or the same can be obtained of Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Jones, Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Llanrwst. 22118p MUSIc. MR F. GURNEY BARNETT, A. R. C. M., Conductor of the Colwyn Bay Philharmonic Society, GIVES LZSSONS IN Organ and Pianoforte Playing, Singing, Voice Production, Theory, Harmony, etc. Candidates prepared for all reoognised Ex- aminationet Lessons given at Pupil'e own Resi- dence at Mr Fleet's MUiIUC Warehouse, Pon- rhyn-road; or at Narmanburst, Llanerch-road (off Bromgton. aToana), Coiwya Bay. 1296fjg