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r I AUCTION DIARY. Sales by MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS JONES. Oct. 14.—At Pen'rallt, Llanrhychwyn-Live and Dead Farming Stock, Produce, etc. Oct. 26.—At Liansannan-Annual Sale of Horses, Cattle, etc. Oct. 28.—At Hafod Dinbach, Pentrevoelas-Live and Dead Farming Stock. Oct. 29.—At Llwyn Du, Eglwysbach-Cuttle, Horses, Sheep, and Grain Implements, etc. Oct. 30. At Plas Isa Mawr, Llangernuw- Cattle, Horses, Implements, and Produce. Nov. 2.—Talycafn Mart Periodical Sale. Nov. 5—At Ty'n-Twll, Melinycoed, Llanrwst- Live and Dead Farming Stock, Grain, Straw, Hay, etc. By MESSRS BLACKWALL, HAYES AND CO. Oct. 28 and 29-At Penybryn Nurseries, Llan- rwst Fruit Trees, Roses, Shrubs, and Bulbs. By MESSRS G. PJ'tFlKINS and CO. Oct. 23.-At Llewelyn Chambers, Conway-road, Colwyn Bay-office Furniture, etc. By MESSRS GEORGE LARMUTH AND SONS. Oct. 22-At Queen's Lodge, Pwllycrochan-road, Colwyn Bay-Household Furniture, etc., By MR CHARLES MORGAN. Oct. 28-At Trevor House, Greenfield-road, Col- wyn Bay—Furniture, etc. By MESSRS CLOUGH AND CO. Oct. 28-At the Bull Hotel, Denbigh-Freehold Farm. By MR CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD. Oct. 30-At Criccin Farm, Rhuddlan—Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Poultry, and Implements. By MR W. F. MORGAN. Oct. 29-At The Stapletons, Rhuddlan-Furni- ture. By MR C. WESLEY HASLAM. Oct. 26-At Brynteg, Sandringham-avonue, Rhyl —Furniture. Oct. 27-At the Arcade Sale Room, High-street, Rhyl-Periodical Sale of Household Furni- ture. Oct. 28—At the Arcade Sale Room, High-street, Rhy!—Dutch Bulbs, etc., etc. Oct. 29-At Grove House, 19, Clwyd-street, Rhyl -Furniture. MUSlo. MR F. GURNEY BARNETT, L.R.A.M. A.R.C.M. (Teaching Singing). (Teaching Pianoforte). Conductor of the Colwyn Bay Philharmonio Society, GIVES LESSONS in VOICE PRODUCTION, I SOLO SINGING, PIANOFORTE and ORGAN PLAYING, THEORY, HARMONY, etc. Candidates prepared for all recognised Examinations.-Addre&q: NORMANHURST, LLANERCH ROAD, COLWYN BAY. DR. COY. MUS. DOC., OXON. F.R C.O. (havinf resigned the position of Organist and Ohoir. xnaster at St. John's Church, Old Colwyn) is at liberty to accept engagements for CHORAL SERVICES AND ORGAN RECITALS. Address WALTHAM LODGE, OLD COLWYN In answer to numerous enquiries Dr. Coy states that .r he is not giving up residence in Old Colwyn. I Pupils received for Organ, Pianoforte, Singing and Harmony. 22549p MR BRYAN WARHURST, Organist & Choirmaster of St. Thomas' Church, Rhyl also Choirmaster of St. Paul's Church, Colwyn Bay, VISITS OLD COLWYN and COLWYN BAY, Tuesdays and Fridays. Prepares Pupils for the ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC, the ROYAL COL- LEGE OF MUSIC, and the TRINITY COL- LEGE OF MUSIC, LONDON. Organ, Pianoforte, Singing, Harmony, Theory, &c. LATEST MUSICAL SUCCESSES. Diploma A.T.C.L. Pianoforte Playing and Teaching. Ditto., A.L.C.M. (6). ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC (ASSOCIATED BOARD). Higher Division (Pianoforte Playing and Theory), (3). JULY, 1908, SUCCESSES. Higher Division, Singing (2) with distinc- tion (1). Lower Division (Pianoforte Playing), (6). Elementary Division (Pianoforte Playing), (2). Lower Division (Organ Playing), (2). Intermediate Division, Trinity College, Piano- forte Playing (1). Addrm:- HAYDN HOUSE, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. 22317p MR. W. CLAXTON. TEACHER OF VIOLIN. CORRECT POSITION and METHOD of VIOLIN PLAYING TAUGHT VISITS COLWYN BAY EVERY FRIDAY —For terms! apply CLAXTON'S MUSIC DI^OT. LLAN- DUDNO- 22485p Telephone 0197 COLWYN BAY. D. A lien & Sons Cabinet Manufacturers, Upholsterers, AND COMPLETE House Furnishers, 6&1, STATION ROAD FUNERAL FURNISHERS. LARGEST STOCK OF Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum, Bed- ateads, Icç., in N. Wales. hh 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- u 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 Insurance Agents for the Lead- ing Offices. Offioos TY'N-Y-FYNWENT, LLANRWST, and PENRHYN ROAD (Opposite G.P.O.), COIr WYN BAY. 15294p LIST OF FORTHCOMING SALES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1908. PEN'RALLT, LLANRHYCHWYN, ON the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Produce, etc., the property of Mr John Lloyd (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at One o'clock. MONDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1908. LLANSANNAN. ANNUAL SALE of HORSES, CATTLE, and SHEEP. The Property of Messrs Lewis Roberts and John Roberts. Usual Credit. Sale at One o'clock. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1908. HAFOD DINBYCH, PENTREFOELAS. SALE of the whole of the Extensive LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, including 48 Head of Cattle, four Cart Horses and Foal, the Produce and Implements. The Property of Mr David Jones (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at Twelve o'clock noon. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1908. LLWYN DU, EGLWYSBACH. IMPORTANT SALE of 40 Head of Cross-bred CATTLE, seven Heavy and Light HORSES, 200 FAT and STORE SHEEP, GRAINS IM- PLEMENTS, Etc. The Property of Mr Hugh Williams (who has now let the Farm) Usual Credit. Sale at Twelve o'clock noon. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30th, 1908. PLAS ISA MAWR, LLANGERNIEW, HIGHLY IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE of the whole of the Valuable FARMING STOCK, including 36 Head of grand Shorthorn and Cross-bred Cattle, ten Cart Mares, Pedigree Hackney5L.and Foala, 120 choice Cross- bred Ewes, 58 splendid Cross-bred Ewe Lambs, 30 Welsh Wether Lambs, 13 Store Pigs, 150 Hobbets of Wheat and Oats, two Stacks of Prime Hay, 25 Tons of Wheat and Oat Straw, together with a good collection of Modern Implements. The Property of Messrs P. and M. Owen (who are dissolving partnership). Usual Credit. Sale at Eleven o'clock a.m. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd. fJlALYCAFN* MART PERIODICAL SALE. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 1908. DEUNANT, LLANSANTFFRAID. TTIGHLY Important Unreserved Sale of 35 Head of grand Shorthorn and Crossbred Cattle, 7 strong Cart and Carriage Horses, 11 Sows and Store Pigs, 200 Fat and Store Ewes, Wethers and Lambs, 500 Hobbets of Wheat, Oats and Barley, Potatoes, Swedes, Mangolds, Imple- ments, and a portion of the Household Furniture, the property of Mr Griffith Griffiths (who is leav- ing). Usual Credit. Sale at 11 o'clock in the morn- tog. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5th, 1908. TY'N-TWLL, MELINYCOED, LLANRWST. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, GRAIN, STRAW, HAY, Etc. The Property of Mr Lynch Jones. Usual Credit. Sale at 12.30 o'clock p.m. Preliminary Announcement. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1908. TY VCIIA, LLYSFAEN. SALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, the property of Mr Adams (who is leaving). Preliminary Announcement. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18th. 1908. BERTHDDU, ABBEY-ROAD, LLANDUDNO. SALE of very Substantial and Valuable HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS and EFFECTS, the property of G. R. Jones, Esq. (who has sold the premises). Further particulars will appear in due course. U4 S aUGøES St AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT MERCHANTS, MANCHESTER HOUSE AND WAREHOUSE, DENBIGH ST., LLANRWST. General Furnishing Ironmongers, Gas, Hot & Water Engineers, 44*7 FOR Y HIGH-CLASS BOOTS & SHOES > Of English and Foreign Manufacture. ^0* Perfect in Design fi- Shape and Fit/ NONE CAN ™E EQUALS. LE AGENTs >0% t S' in Colwyn Bay for the Celebrated K" 66 LOTUS and QUEEN BOOTS & SHOES. —————^—I The "Pioneer" is recognised III one of the JnQIIt popular papers in the Principality. Splendid moiiuia for odierti,mik SALES BY AUCTION. Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, Auctioneers and Valuers, Live SteelL tales- men, House and Estate Agenta, Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Condition* on application. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Fann- ing Stock, Household Furniture, eto. Houses to Let, Furnished. 9* Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p BRYN YSGOL, TREFRIW. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1908. SALE of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc. (by instructions of Mr Thos. Roberts, who is leaving). Sale at 1.30 o'clock. PENYBRYN NURSERIES, LLANRWST. OCTOBER 28th and 29th. SALE of the whole of the numerous Stock of 100,000 FRUIT TREES, ROSES, SHRUBS, and BULBS will be held on WED- NESDAY and THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28th and 29th (Without Reserve). LLANGERNIEW. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1908. SALE of DAIRY and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, and LAMBS. Sale at 12.30. Usual Credit. Messrs Clough and Co. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. PICTURESQUE VALE OF CLWYD. SALE OF A FREEHOLD FARM. MESSRS CLOUGH and CO. are instructed to OFFER FOR SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the BULL HOTEL, DENBIGH, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1908, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to Condi- tions then produced and read, TY'N-Y-CAEAU FARM, LLANGYNHAFAL, divided into two Lots, viz.: — Lot I.-Th-o homestead, with Arable and Pasture Lands, 30a. 3r. 20p., more or less. Lot 2.—The portion on the East Side of the Main Road, and running up to, and adjoining the Llangynhafal Mountain, of Arable and Pas- ture Land, 17a. 2r. 20p. A magnificent Site for a Residenoe. The above will, in the first in- stance, be offered in one Lot, and if not so sold, will be offered in two Lots, as above. Belonging to the Farm is a right of Sheep Walk on the Llangynhafal Mountain. For Particulars and Plan, apply to Messrs Mair, Blunt, and Brocklehurst, Solicitors, Mac- clesfield; Messrs "Parry Jones, Francis, and Davies, Solicitors, Denbigh; D. Mac. Niooll, Esq., Derwa3, Abergele; or of the Auctioneers, Vale-street, Denbigh. Mr George Perkins. REMOVED FOR CONVENIENCE OF SALE. BEE HOTEL FIELD, ABERGELE. Important Sale of a large quantity of nearly new galvanised Iron Sheets, well-seasoned Floor Match-boards and Timber, Fittings, Gutters, Down-pipes, Stoves, Ranges and Piping, Fire- grates, Boilers, Pipes, Door Frames and Doors, Windows, etc., etc. MR GEORGE PERKINS has received in- structions from Mr W. Williams to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, without reserve, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1908. The Auctioneer respectfully calls special atten- tion to this Sale. The Timber is thoroughly sea- soned, and well selected. The galvanised Iron Sheets are of the standard Birmingham gauge, and the Fittings, etc., are of the best make. The whole to be Sold in Lots to suit Pur- chasers. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. prompt. Terms: Cash. On view morning of Sale. For further particulars, apply to the Auction- eer, at his Offices: Abergele and Rhyl. 22700p Mr. Chas. P. Sheffield. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30th, at 10.30 a.m, CRICCIN FARM, RHUDDLAN. Highly Important Unreserved Sale of 97 well. bred CATTLE, 20 High-class HORSES, 231 SHEEP (including a Flock of Wilt- shires), 5 large In-pig SOWS, 100 Head of POULTRY, together with the whole of the Modern AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and GEARS, suitable for a 300 acre Farm. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD has been instructed by Mr T. Roberts (who is leaving) to con- duct the above Sale. Catalogues from the Auctioneer, at his Offices: 19, Bodfor-street, Rhyl, and 18, High-street, Mold. 22654p JNO. L. HUNT, Pharmaceutical Chemist and Optician, CoDway Rd., ColwyD Bay Depot for Photographic Requisites. Dark Room for use of Amateurs, Sight Testing Daily by Appointment AGENT FOR Henry Lawrance's Celebrated SPECTACLES 0 EYEGLASSES. Nickel Plated, Gold Filled, and Gold Frames. 0 0 7T L UNEQUALLED FOR QUALITY and PJSIOE. -4 Rowland & Co., WYNNSTAY CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. Stuminilv Mat SALES BY AUCTION- Messrs O. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Yean' Local Experience). Late Messrs Booth and Sandy, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16, STATION-ROAD, OOLWYN BAY. TELEPHONE No. 27. SALES and Valuation* of Landed Estates, )<3 Freehold and Leaoehold Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probato, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade, Stocks, eto. Fire Lots Accessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offioea. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to all (rattens with IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS 18834p THIS DAY (FRIDAY). Under Distraint for Rent. LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, CONWAY-ROAD, COLWYN BAY. TO PROFESSIONAL MEN, PARTIES FUR- NISHING AND OTHERS. MESSRS G. PERKINS and CO. will SELL BY AUCTION, without reserve, on the above premises, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, 1908, the valuable OFFICE FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprismg:-Mahogany Bookcases, fitted with Cupboards and Drawers; Mahogany Knee-hole Double Desk with leather top, 5ft. x 4ft., with Drawers and Cupboards; 3ft. x 3ft. Fire-proof Safe with double doors (by Cartwright and Son, West Bromwich); Mahogany and other Writing Tables and Desks, excellent Axminster Square Carpet, "Yost" Typewriters, Burr-Wal- nut Letter Cabinet, Marble Timepiece, Maho- gany-framed Arm Chairs in leather, Gent's Bi- cycle, Mahogany Hat and Umbrella Stand, Painted Cupboards, Grandfather's Clock, Brass mounted Coal Cabinet, Kerbs, Fire Appliances, Gent's Pig-skin Riding Saddle (nearly new), Golf Clubs and Bag, and a large assortment of useful Office and other Effects. On view morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. sharp. Terms: Cash. For further particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneers, at their Offices: 16, Station-road, Col- wyn Bay. Telephone 27. 22686p Mr W. F. Morgan. THE STAPLETONS, RHUDDLAN (Five Minutes' Walk from Railway Station). Important and Highly Attractive Sale of Valu- able Modern and Antique FURNITURE, OLD CHINA, PICTURES, PRINTS, etc. W. F. MORGAN has been favoured with in- structions from Dr. Girdlestone Edwards (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION the whole of the Contents of the above Residence, which in brief include :-Antique Ma- hogany Sheraton Bureau with three drawers and brass handles; Chippendale Chairs and Couches, Gate-leg Table, beautifully Carved genuine Old Oak Linen Chest, Black Oak tall-back Chairs, handsome Black Oak Cabinet, imposing Ebony and Oak Hall Stands, genuine Willow-pattern Dishes and Plates, Doulton, Brittany, and Japan- ese Ware, complete Bohemian Green Glass Liquer Set, very fine Tantalus complete with cut- glass bottles, Wine Decanters and Glasses, rare Old China, etc.; Brass Candlesticks, Sheffield Plate, etc., Parisian Brass and Enamel Bedstead with Hangings complete, Brass and Iron Bed- steads, Spring Mattresses, Hair Mattresses, Feather Bolster and Pillows, Toilet and Trinket Sets, Duchesso Tables and Washstand, Towel Ai'rers, solid Walnut Chest of Drawers, Bamboo Tables, Brass and Copper Curbs and Brasses, Dining-room Tables, Occasional Tables and Chairs, Damask Curtains, Axminster Carpet Squares, Rugs, Mats, Linoleum, Bed and Table Linen, Cutlery, etc., together with the whole of the Kitchen and Culinary Utensils, on THURS- DAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1908. On view Wednesday, October 28th, from 12.30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sale to commence at 12 prompt. Terms: Cash. Catalogues, which will admit to view, can be obtained from the Auctioneer, now ready. The Auctioneer has great confidence in bring- ing this Sale to the notice of the public, as the quality of the goods are of a very high order, and above the average. Auctioneer's Office: Gladstone Buildings, Bod- for-street, Rhyl. PARTNERSHIPS. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the PARTNERSHIP heretofore subsisting between us, the undersigned, SAMUEL OWEN and THOMAS OWEN, carrying on Business as Grocers and Provision Dealers, at Excelsior Stores, Conway-road, Colwyn Bay, in the County of Denbigh, and at Mochdre, near Colwyn Bay aforesaid, under the style or firm of "S. and T. Owen," has been DISSOLVED, by mutual consent, as and from the 14th day of OCTOBER, 1908. All DEBTS due to, and owing by the said late firm, will be received and paid by the said THOMAS OWEN, who will carry on the business. Dated the 15th day of October, 1908. SAMUEL OWEN. THOMAS OWEN. Witness to the Signatures of of the said Samuel Owen and Thomas Owen,— THOS. H. MORGAN, Solicitor, i- Colwyn Bay. 22693p TENDERS. BOROUGH OF CONWAY. CONWAY HARBOUR. TENANCY OF GRAVEL BANK. rriHE TOWN COUNCIL of the Borough of JL Conway invite TENDERS for the TEN- ANCY of the above Gravel Bank. The Gravel Bank will be Let for a period of 3 years, with the option of continuing the ten- ancy for 7 years. Persons tendering are to state the dead rent they are prepared to pay, with a Royalty to merge in the rent payable, both to be exclusive of Harbour Dues. Particulars as to the Dues may be had on ap- plication. Tenders to be sent in to me, not later than TUESDAY, the 27th day of OCTOBER next, endorsed "Tenders for Gravel Bank." By Order, T. E. PARRY, Guild Hall, Conway, Town Clerk. 16th October, 1908. p J RELIGIOUS SERVICES. LLYSFAEN PARISH CHURCH. ■ ) ENGLISH SERVICES. Morning IZ-I$a.m. I Seals Free. "i i SALES BY AUCTION. George Larmuth & Sons. SALE THIS DAY (THURSDAY). COLWYN BAY. NORTH WALES. BY ORDER OF TRUSTEES. SALE of the remainder of the valuable HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, PICTURES, and EFFECTS, comprising:—Dining-room Suite (Table, Sideboard, 10 Chairs), Light Oak Suite (Couch, Easy Chair, and 6 Chairs), Carved Oak Cabinet, Carved Oak Suite, upholstered in velvet (Couch, 2 Easy Chairs, and 4 Single); Ebonized Suite (Table, Sideboard, 7 Chairs), Hall Chairs, Library Table and Chairs, Small Tables, Walnut Bedroom Suite, Large Oak Bedroom Suite, Rosewood Dressing-room Suite, Book Case, Easy Chairs, Davenport, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Writing Desk, Double Toilet Sets, Vases, Timepiece, Croquet Set, Gas Stove, Ottoman Couch, Settee, Win- dow Curtains, Stair Carpets, Brussels and Turkey Carpets, Oil Lamps, Cruets, Plated Articles, Claret Jugs, etc., Table Glass, Kit- chen Furniture, and other Effects. There is a good Collection of excellent Paint- ings by well-known Artists, viz.:—R. Crozier, George Crozier, E. de Blass, A. Marsh, J. D. Watson, J. Fiby-Marshall, E. K. Johnson, A. Bouvier, W. L. Thomas, F. J. Shield, and others. ]%/TESSRS GEORGE LARMUTH and SONS ■A have received instructions to SELL BY AUCTION on THURSDAY, the 22nd day of OCTOBER, 1908, and following day if neces- sary, the above valuable HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE, PAINTINGS, etc., at QUEEN'S LODGE, Pwllycrochan-road, near the Pwlly- crochan Hotel, Colwyn Bay. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon prompt. View Day, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 10 to 4 o'clock, and Morning of Sale. For further Particulars and Catalogues, apply to the Auctioneers, 10, St. Ann's-square, Man- chester. 22610p Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN BAY AUCTION MART. COLWYN BAY. UNDERTAKES SALES of HOUSE PRO- PERTY, LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. CERTIFICATED BAILIFF. RENTS COL- LECTED. INVENTORIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. Offioea: OOLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. 21361p TREVOR HOUSE. GREENFIELD-ROAD, COLWYN BAY. TO PARTIES FURNISHING, HOUSE- HOLDERS, AND OTHERS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1908. ]Vf"R CHAS. MORGAN is favoured with in- XTA structions from Mr Goodall, to SELL BY AUCTION, on the premises as above, the AP- POINTMENTS of several BED-CHAMBERS, consisting of Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Feather and Down Beds and Pillows, Curled Hair, Wool, and Spring Mattresses, Bed Linen, Blankets and Quilts, Satin-Walnut Bedroom Suite, Maho- gany Chests of Drawers, Washstands, Dressing Chests, Toilet Mirrors, Toilet Ware and Fit- tings, excellent Dining-room Suite, upholstered in leather; Dining and Occasional Tables, fancy Wicker and Bentwood Chairs, Sideboard, Wal- nut Overmantel, American Organ, Fenders and Fire Irons, Cutlery, Dinner, Tea, and Glass Ware, including Copeland Dinner Service, Pic- tures, Curtains, Carpets, Linoleums, Rugs, Iron Hat and Umbrella Stand, about 100 Volumes of Books, including Illustrated Bible in 6 vols., by Scott; Kitchen Dresser, Table, Gas Stove, capi- tal Lawn Mower, Vases, Cooking Utensils, etc., etc. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock sharp. On view morning of Sale, from 10.30 o'clock. The Auctioneer begs to call attention to the above, as each Lot is in good order, and can be recommended. Offices: Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. 22697p EDUCATIONAL. COLWYN BAY. WILTON HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (Recognised by the Board of Education). THOROUGH MODERN EDUCATION AND HOME CARE. Successes at Oxford Local and Musio P-zarr- 19755p THE MISSES MORRIS. SHARES FOR SALE. THE HOLYHEAD WATER WORKS COMPANY. (Incorporated 1866). SALE OF SHARES BY TENDER UNDER THE HOLYHEAD WATER ACT, 1906. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is the intention of the Directors of this Company to SELL BY TENDER, not more than 700 SHARES of the nominal value of £10 each, which will rank for Dividend up to a maximum of seven pounds per centum per annum. Forms and Conditions of Tender may be ob- tained form the undersigned, and will be sent by post on application. Sealed Tenders must be delivered at the Office of the Company, not later than 8 p.m. on MON- DAY, the 2nd day of NOVEMBER next. By Order of the Board, J. C. LAWFIELD, Secretary. Registered Offices: 17, Stanley-street, Holyhead. Dated this 13th day of October, 1908. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS^ RHYL BOXING DAY EISTEDDFOD DECEMBER 26th, 1908. RINCIPAL EVENTS :-Chief Choral Com- p petition, Male Voice, not under 30 in num- ber, "Crossing the Plain" (Maldwyn Price). Prize B12, Gilt value jE2 to the leader of the successful choir.—Mixed Choir, "Rest, Soldier Rest" (J. H. Roberts). Prize RA Gilt value 22 to the leader of the successful choir.—Juvenile Choirs, "Don't forget the Old Folks" (Jude).. Prize 25, Gilt value 10s to the leader of the successful choir.—Quartette, Duett, Solos, Piano- forte Solo, Violin Solo, and Challenge Solo, open to all voices. Special Prize is offered for the best rendering of any piece on any instrument (the violin add piano exoepted). Poetry, Prose, Recitation, Aria, etc., etc.—Full List of Subjects j apply to the Secretaries, PARRY and JONES. Claremont House, Rhyl. PJS,—Tha Musio may be obtained from Wade- worth's, Rh/L SALES BY AUCTION. j C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor* Valuer, Land and Estate Agent. SALES BY AUCTION and VALUATION of Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, etc. Immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act. Properties and Businesses sold by Private Treaty. Mortgages negotiated. Proper- ties and Estates carefully managed, Rents col- lected; Accounts rendered to suit Client's con- venience. Inventories taken and checked. Sur- veys, Maps, Plans, etc., for any purpose. Build- ing Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances effected through any of the principal Offices. Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION and ESTATE OFFICES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, Nat. Tel. 70. RHYL. MONDAY, OCTOBER 26th, 1908. BRYNTEG, SANDRINGHAM-A VENUE, RHYL. Unreserved Sale of Valuable Modem HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, very briefly comprising: A fine 9-piece Suite in solid Walnut Frames, upholstered in green stamped Velvet; hand- some Brass-mounted Curb, Brasses and Dogs, an excellent solid Oak Brass-mounted Coal Vase, Whatnots, massive solid Walnut Over- mantel, a splendid 4ft. Walnut Secretaire Book- case with Cupboards under, Mahogany Teles- cope Dining Table, Mahogany Sideboard, Linoleum, Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Oil-paintings, and other Pictures, 8 massive Mahogany- framed Chairs in Hair, Divan Chairs in crim- son velvet, Couches, Ornaments, a sweet-toned COTTAGE PIANOFORTE, handsome Brass- mounted Bedsteads, Wire-spring Mattress, prime Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Dressing Tables with Washstand to-matr-h in Walnut and Satin-Walnut, Chest of Drawers, Toilet Ware, Walnut Night Commode, 12 mas- sive Oval Brass Stair Rods, Toilet Glasses, To- wel Rails, the whole of the Kitchen and Scul- lery Effects, including a Patent Gas Clothes Boiler, Dinner and Tea Ware, Gas Fittings, etc. C. WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions from Mr George Roberts to SELL by AUCTION, as above, at 2 o'clock prompt. Terms: Cash. Goods on view morning of Sale. Further particulars from the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. ARCADE SALE ROOM, HIGH-ST., RHYL. C. WESLEY HASLAM will hold his Period- ical SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other EFFECTS, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1908, at 2 o'clock prompt. Goods on view morning of Sale. Terms: Cash. NOTE.—These Sales afford a splendid medium for parties having Goods to dispose of, as good prices are realised, and the Auctioneer respect- fully solicits entries in large or small quanti- ties. Tradesmen having Surplus Stock to dispose of may include same in these Sales. Cash advanced on Goods consigned for absolute Sale, or pur- chased outright. For entry forms and inclusive fees, apply at the Central Auction and Estate Offices, Town Hall, Rhyl. Telephone No. 70. I ARCADE SALE ROOM, HIGH-ST., RHYL. IMPORTANT SALE OF SELECTED DUTCH BULBS. C. WESLEY HASLAM has been instructed to SELL, without reserve, by AUCTION, a large STOCK of the best DUTCH BULBS, all of picked quality, guaranteed true to name and oolour, consisting of Hyacinths, Tulips, Crocuses, Narcissus, Spanish and English Iris, Gladioli, Anemones, Snowdrops, etc., on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1903, at 2 o'clock. Further particulars and Catalogues may be ob- tained of the Auctioneer, at his Offices: Town Hall, Rhyl. Tel. 70. GROVE HOUSE, 19, CLWYD-STREET, RHYL. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1908. SALE OF SERVICEABLE WELL-MADE MODERN FURNISHING APPOINT- MENTS. The Contents of two Entertaining-rooms, 5 Bed- chambers, Hall Furniture, etc., which include two 7-piece Suites in Walnut Frames, uphol- stered in leather; Walnut Overmantels, What- nots, a handsome solid Fumed Oak Sideboard, fine Oak Telescope Dining Table, 8ft. extend- ed; Brussels border Carpet Squares, an excel- lent Carved Oak Hall Stand, two very fine solid Oak Hall Chairs, Brass-rail Bedstead, Combina- tion ditto, Spring Mattresses, complete Bedroom Suite, Dressing Tables with Washstand to match, Sheets, Quilts, Blankets, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Chest of Drawers, Lino- leums, Kitchen Furniture, Scullery, Utensils, etc. C. WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions from Mr John Benson (who is leaving Rhyl) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above premises, at 2 o'clock sharp. Terms: Cash. On view morning of Sale. Auction and Estate Offices: Town Hall, Rhyl. Telephone 70. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. KINMEL PARK. A GRAND AMATEUR CONCERT followed by an ORGAN RECITAL, will be held at KINMEL PAliK, On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1908, In Aid of the Society for Waifs and Strays. mIlE Artistes will include: Miss Horsford, A Miss Charlton, Miss Brownrigg (Violin), Mr Jack (Baritone), Mr Giles, and others. Doors open at 2.30, to commenae at 3 p.m. Tickets (to include both Concerts) 5s, to be ob- tained from Miss Frances Hughes, Kinmel. 22688p J SALES BY AUCTION Mr. F. A. Dew, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, COLWYN BAY and CONWAY. Telephone Nos. :-COLWYN BAY, 21; CONWAY, 2x3. Established 1889- SALES and VALUATIONS of Landed Ea- tates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, Houte Property, Building Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, House- hold Furnituie, Pictures, Books, and Plate. HOUSES TO LET, Furnished and Un- furnished. Information given of Houeee, Building Es- tates, Farms, Country Residences, and Business Premises for Sale or to Let in all parts of North Wales. FIRE, LIFE, and GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. The Offices occupy the most prominent and central positions in Colwyn Bay and Conway, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auo- tion Announcements. p 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 ^Near^ opposite the ftUUUOia OX. Kail way Station), Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO. 21972 OFFICIAL NOTICES. PRESTATYN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. APPOINTMENT OF INSPECTOR OF NUISANCES AND SURVEYOR. THE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL OF PRESTATYN invite APPLICATIONS for the Joint Offices of INSPECTOR OF NUIS- ANCES and SURVEYOR for the Urban Dis- trict of Prestatyn, which comprises an area of 1372 Acres, with a population estimated at 1850. The person appointed will be required to per- form all the duties of Inspector of Nuisances, Inspector of Slaughter-houses, Inspector of Dairies and Cowsheds, Inspector of Workshops, Inspector of Lodging-houses, and to conform to all Orders relating to the several Offices, issued from time to time by the Local Government Board. The person appointed will be required t superintend all public works, prepare plans, specification, and estimates of all new works. Salary of JEHO per annum, of which L50 will be the salary of the Inspector of Nuisances. L Preference given to Candidate holding the Royal Sanitary Institute Certificate, or other equal qualification, and those between 25 and 35 years of age. The person appointed must devote his whole time to the duties of the two offices. The appointment will be for one year only in the first instance, and will be subject to the ap- proval of the Local Government Board. Canvassing the Members of the Council either directly or indirectly will be a disqualiifcation. Applications, in Candidate's own handwriting, giving particulars as to age, qualifications, and experience, and accompanied by copies of not more than three recent testimonials, to be ad- dressed to the undersigned, and delivered on or before MONDAY, the 2nd day of NOVEMBER, 1908, endorsed, "Inspector of Nuisances and Sur. vevor." J. HUGHES, Clerk to the CounciL Council Offices, Prestatyn, 9th October, 1908. 22613p CONWAY CORPORATION. THE TOWN COUNCIL invite Applications for the post of BANDMASTER (Cornet- player preferred), at a Salary of Ten Shillings per week; the person appointed will also be employed by the Town Council as Range War- den, Inspector of Hawkers, Boats, and Carrie ages, and Storekeeper, and other duties as the Council may from time to time direct. Salary a guinea per week. Applicants to state age and present occups., tion. All Applications to be sent in to the under- signed, endorsed Bandmaster," together with three recent copies of testimonials, not later' than noon of the 28th day of OCTOBER, 1908. By Order. T. E. PARRY, Town Clerk's Office, Town Clert. Conway, 16th October, 1908. p SAILINGS. QUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESSELS IN THB WORLD. From LIVERPOOL (Via Queestown). TO NEW YORK. TO BOSTON. Lusitania, Sat., Oct. 24 ] Saxonia, Tues., Nov. S Lucania, Sat., Oct. 31 I Ivernia, Tues., Nov. 17 CANADA FAST ROUTE; SPECIAL RATES. For further particulars apply to Local Agentsi or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COM* PANY, LTD., Liverpool. < Weekly Service from Liverpool FASTEST Luxurious accommodation in &4 class** at moderate fares, onJj 1 lue | four day6 open tea. EmigraiUI j met at Liverpool by Officials. TO ] -^or Sailings pamphlet and i» J formation as to opportunities i* 1 C^fcda apply to 24. James-street; 1 Liverpool; 92, Cross-street, Man. Chester; or local agents every- where. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. ARTHUR CHEETHAM'S FAMOUS SIL VOGRAPH PICTURES NOW OPEN, AND WILL RUN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE TWICE NIGHTLY AT 1 & 8-30. MATINEES EVERY WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY AT 3 P.M. ADMXSSION, jd., 6d. and r/ ENTIRE CHANGE OF PICTURES EACH WEEK. 6,000 FEET OF NEW PICTURES EVERY WEEK—SEE PROGRAMMES. NOT E.-Mr. CHEETHAM has taken over the PUBLIC HALL entirely (excepting a few datel already booked) and this entertainment will run in conjunction with the CSNTRAJA HALL, RMYLt where over 2,000 Entertainments have been givm