0--+-- THE MARQUIS AND HIS BALLOON. A EXTINGUISHED CELEBRANT. THE Marquis of Anglesey is anxious about the whereabouts of a, large balloon which was to have been sent up on Thursday night in commemora- tion of the Kind's birthday The balloon was sent down to the Menai Bridge gasworks to be in- flated, and it was to have been taken up to Anglesey Castle, two miles distant, in tow of his lordship's motor car. Unfortunately about half way to Llaufair P.G. the balloon broke loose, and got entangled in the telegraph wires. The motor car driver went to the nearest farm for a ladder and assistance, but upon his return he saw that the balloon, having extricated itpelf, was sailiug nicely away in the direction of Holyhead.
Golf Links. ^os-on-Sea Golf Club, COLWYN BAY. 18-HOLE SPORTING LINKS. TENNIS, CROQUET, ARCHERY, AND BOWLS. PIN 2 CLUB HOUSE, with every on S convenience. Bedrooms & Stabling Station r°n^' x2 m^es from Colwyn Bay laSnoTi SUBSCRIPTIONS. taernber 'Playing&country) r, n (Wi £ 1 1 0 per annum Piemen. j UvenilPar 2 2 0 j, Paying cUQ^er 18) and non-) 0 10 g 5 5 0 8 10 10 0 COtJ.nt Tutors, etc., per term. Y ers are members residing120 miles or Over from Colwyn Bay. No Entrance Fee. ISlTOHs o, —— • 4'- a day, 5/- a week, 15/- a month. 0 1C ers Railway Tickets provided. Xinngjj — 0ns other Refreshments served in C lub Rooms. Teachi PROFESSIONAL. lng and Playing at Moderate Charges. ^dies not allowed on Sundays. 3420 e^r'w and Llanwrst Golf Links, (o*e TREFRIW the Llanrwst and Trefriw Station, on the L. & N. w. Railway). are situated in the Crafnant Val- tf dlatr" f COmman(l some of the finest views Tu^8 whirl There is an excellent service of h ^oacho f're me^ by Brake s as-.d Conveyances WS Llandudno and Colwyn Bay Hh 10 j vi^age, and Steamers ply oe- JJ^er m 'Do> Deganwy, and Trefriw in the Lavfa,yili°n on the Links (with Dressmg- ^.k'ainert (°r*es' ^c-)' where refreshments may „ ^8itora r»a llao^erate charges. 5/ an at following charges —2/- tV, ke'ta W,per Week, or 10/- per month. s*6 ^otel T* obtained on the Links, or at ■j^Catioa) ^Ue (Special Tariff for Golfers on ^4lpUb.S D3a^ become Temporary Members of "torrnation,can be obtained from the Hon Y, 2973 ewall, Esq., Hendre," Llanrwat. Roberts & Jones' .^RDEN specialities AT POPULAR PRICES. Seats L UE IN ,^r<len a & S' ^rom upwards. ^Fe NetrC',eS' Variety patterns. Guard1*" 8^ec*a^ Prices for 50 yds. Rolls. f°rder c Spades, Garden Forks, • at er At or S. S,by best makers, from 20/-upwards Sea r°Se aQd Hose Reels- 8i"g K a.rden letting, 50 yds. for 2/3. aQ^ all kwf!' Shears, & Pruning Shears, 8 °* Garden Requisites. E Hardware STORES 3/66 (OPPOSITE ST. PAUL'S CHURCH), COLWYN BAY. gllw 0 M A JOliN HOMAN, j Matchmaker, eHer and Silversmith, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY ^00r to General Post Office). ^escfiption in Newest Designs & Fashions. AKD PEBBLE GOODS ,Vvle,an,3 Vq In great variety. 11(1 Silver Suitable for d Croods Presentation. of executed at Moderate Charges Biven +A -S?:"™len on the Premises. Special ""batches and Clocks. 3775 JOliN Station Road, COLWYN BAY. -= ^icuu LL0YD JONES, p. 5|ral Implement Dealer \Sber» Qa .BINg IRONMONGER, &C„ ^er' an^ ^ot Water Engineer Street, LLANRWST. 3646 'NVa.^ 'NFANT5, 2^IDS, and the AGED— Benger's I IJ Food. I LToocI ia not onIy hi"hly k is i ,.IS. most easily digested, the vri ^ci°us that it is enjoyed deli" test Infant or the most Vgef^ htinT' <m'1 0ther rep°rtS F°°»is Sold in tins by Chemists, gc- everywhere. 3466 gc- everywhere. 3466
Rhyl Urban District Council. Large Increase In the Rate. Losing Trading Concerns. A SPECIAL meeting of the 'Rhyl Urban District Council was held on Monday afternoon, Mr H. A. Tilby presiding1, to declare a new rate for the year. Mr J. W. Jonles moved the adoption of the estimates and of a rate: of 5s 7d in the pound. The heavy increase in the rates of is id in the pound was caused, he said, chiefly by the Coun- cil having taken a too optimistic view of the finanlcia'l situation twelve months ago, and mak- ing a substantial reduction in the rates when the circumstances did not warrant it. Low estimates were made by several committees, and! ithree committees in consequence exceeded their estimates by ^892, but the Finance Committee, by judicious financing were able ito spend less by ^399 than the sum they estimated1 to spend, and the "sa,nitary Committee spent £35 less. The net increase of the actual expenditure above the estimates was £458. Had the estimates of receipts b,een, realised, this excess of expendi- ture would not have proved so serious. The fact, however, was that these receipts fell short of the estimate: by Z939. The estimated amount from the rate came fairly close to realisation of the actual receipts, 610,538, fallin'g only £94 short of the estimate, Whilst from general sour- ces the actual receipts proved substantially cor- rect. The cause of the shrinkage was tneir not ihavinlg received, a sum, of £750. which they were promised from: the profits of the gasworks,while the receipts from the previous year were ^174 short of what was expected. Hence the estim- ates last year were wrong to the amount of ^1,397. Two unanticipated items of receipts were ZSoo from, private improvements and ,fl20 from school attendance rates. These opportune items brought the aotual deficit at the end; of the year to ^467. He could not vouch for this figure being accurate, as it was only arrived at by a complicated system of debiting and credit- ing, a, tortuous process of additions and' sub- stractions which would puzzle a more expert ac- countant than himself. This year the Finance Committee, estimated that they would have to spend1 ^8,589 as against ^7,854 last year; an increase: of £735, which was almost entirely due to increased loan charges. Altogether the esti- nfRted expenditure this year amounted, to £1,232 —equal to a rate of 8df in the pound more than la,st,year-an,d, their receipts being less by a sum equal to 'a rate of 6Yzd in the pound, it followed that to pay their way they should, under ordin- ary circumstances, require an extra rate of 1 Yz dl in the pound. But there had been fortunately 'a further addition to the rateable value which had gone up from £50.,850 to ^54,540. A rate of 5s 7dwould therefore suffice to meet the defi- ciency and to leave a surplus at the endi of the year of ;6S4. The electric light undertaking made a loss of r316, and that was expected at the end of the present year to grow to. £ 1,460. Against this they had the £5°0. forfeited by the Rhyl and Prestatyn Electric Railway Company because of their inability to complete the rail- way by April ist last. In addition; the company were liable, to the Council to pay for current, whether they used it or not, a minimum sum, of £ i,ioo a year. The Council could! be depended upon to press for the payment of this rent, and if they were successful the electric light works would at. least pay their way. He ihad' not, how- ever, includ.ed any part of this sum in the esti- mates, though he had no doubt that they would secure it. Mr Jones proceeded to discuss the financial position of the, trading concerns of the Council. The electricity department should pay its way, he thought, after this year, as a consumption by private firms of current to the amount of ^1,500 would enable that to be done. The gasworks was already a profitable institu- tion-, and the loss on the waterworks would be a 'gradually diminishing figure till about 1908. when he hoped there would be a small surplus, and he looked to' the. gas concern to provide funds to extinguish1 the debt of ^7,000 which by that time would be in existence against the waterworks undertaking. In conclusion he seriously warned the Council of 'the necessity of ,extreme economy in the expenditure for the future. The annual _outlay on general district rate account1 had grown from, ^5,670 in 1890 to the enormous sum of £16,0.00. in 1902. It was true that the rateable value had in the same period, gro-,vn from, Z34,000 to Z54,540, hut that was at the rate of 75 per cent., whilst their ex- penditure had increased' at the rate of 175 per cent. At the end of the year their total loans would have reached the enormous sum of Z315,000, of which £ 117,500 was chargeable to rate account, and entailed -an, annual rate of 2S 6d ita meet the loan ,charges and the repay- ment of the principal. Mr A. L. Clews seconded'. Mr J. H. Ellis moved, as an amendment, tha't the rate be 5s 6d, and that the price, of gas be raised id per 1,000 feet. He attributed the posi- tion now faÓng them to the optimistic views prevailing in the Council last year, and especi- ally those then expressed' by 'the present chair- man of the Finance Committee. He must say, with some respect, that it wais due almost en- tirely to him that the rates last year were re- duced, and also that the price of as was re- duced. These reductions had proved to be a most unAvise policy, and Nemesis had swiftly overtaken that member of the Council. The amendment was not secondfedi. Mr Gamlin moved that no rate be laid until the books were properly balanced.. Their pre- sent difficulties were due to passing rates upon- incorrect diata. The Clerk denied that the error was due to anything wrong in the books. Mr J. H. Ellis seconded, but this amendment omty received votes from the- mover and the seconder. Mr J. Frimston: proposed that the rate be 5s 6d iHe felt that several big items, in the estimates couldi be dispensed with. Mr T. D. Jones seconded. Mr A. L. Clews said- he hoped' the Council would adopt 'the Finance Committee's recom- mendation. as the only soun,d financial policy to. pursue. With regard' to, the matter referred; to by Mr Gamlin, it was due to a misapprehension of the books and not to an1 error in them. The igas manager askedf the clerk in charge of the account's for the receipts from, gas custorryers, and received a figure which included the amount for public lighting and the lighting of the public buildings, whereas the manager was under the impression that it did: not do so, and he added the amounts from these sources, which were, therefore, estimated twice over in the expected receipts. Mr Lewis Jones and Mr A. Maltby supported the committee's recommendation. The amendment was lost by eight votes to five. The; Chairman, complimented, the chairman, of the Finance Committee upon the way ;n which the estimates had Ibelen put be-fore- the Council. He was glad the Council were in fa-vour of rigid- economy and sound finance. The upward jump of the rates this year was not altogether due to a sudden increase in the expenditure; it was in consequence of underestimating, in previous years. The rate of 5s 7>C1' was then adopte-di unani- mously.
4, Public=House Trust Movement in Carnarvonshire. Conference at Carnarvon. AT the invitation of Lord Penrhyn a number of influential gentlemen from various pair-ts of Carnarvonshire and the neighbouring county of Anglesey met, in conference at the Shire Hall, Carnarvon, on Saturday afternoon, the object under iconisideration being the advisability of ,adopting the Public House Trust movement. Lord Peimrhyn presided, and amongst those pre- sent were the Lord Bishop of Bangor, the; Dean of Baingor, Rev. W. Edwards (vicar of,Bangor), Rev. J. W. Wynne Jones (vicar of Carnarvon), Genieral Sir Hugh Rowlands, Sir H. J. Ellis Nantney, Bart., Colonel Marshall, C.B., Colonel vVynne Finch, Colonel L'loyd Evans, Colonel Ruck (chief-coinstable), Captaim N. P. Stewart, the Mayor of Carnarvon, Mr Charles A. Jone-s (chairman of the County Council), Messrs R. C. Trench, E. A. Young, H. Kne-eshaw, Harry C-l-egg, C. F. Priestley, J. AHansoin Pi-cton-, J. R. Davies, W. A. Dairbishix-e, G. R. Cox, J. Issard. Davies, Albert. Wood, W. B. C. Jones, Richard Thomas, Edward Roberts (I-LM. In- spector of Schools), etc. The proceedings were- conducted in private. Mr iJ. R. Davies moved the first resolution, "That it is desirable that & Public-House Trust Company should be formed, for the- county." Mr Albert Wood 'seconded, and the resolution was put to the meeting -and' caxDied almost unanimously. A st-ronig representative committee (with power to add to their number) wasa.ppointed to carry the resolution into effect. The- mieeiting terminated' with a vote of thanks to the chairman.
--+-+- A New Colwyn Bay Minister. Tribute by a Liverpool Friend. A LARGE congregation assembled on Saturday in: Bousfieldi-stre-et Welsh Baptist Chapel, Liver- pool, when a presentation was made to the Rev. Peter Jones, thie pastor, on his approaching' de- parture from his present church,, after a pastor- ate of nine- years, to take charge of the Welsh Baptist Church at Colwyn Bay. The- Rev. David Powell presided, supported! by the Revs. Walter Samuel, Joseph Davies, Peter Williams, (Ped-r Hir), O. L. Roberts, Peter Price1, B.A., and others:. The Rev. Joseph Davies said the -departure' of Mr Jones would be a loss not only to. that con- gregation but to the whole connexion in' the district. The Chairman spoke in the- highest terms of the Rev. Peter Jones, who, he said, was possess- ed of 'mental power much beyond 'the ordinary. To his (the speaker's) thinking Mr Jones' cul- turedmindaugured well for his future pros- perity. Mr Jones had done- good work amongst them, the ,effect of which would be felt in after years. He congratulated him on- the fact that, in going to Colwyn Bay Church., he was- going to one- of the most promising Baptist churches in -North Wales. The- Revs. Walter Samuel, Peter Price, O. L. Roberts, and' Peter Williams, and Mr Richard Jones, an old deacon, of the church, also- ex- pressed, their icongratulktions to Mr Peter Jones, and their sincerest wishes that success might attend his efforts in the widier field: of useful- mess upon which he was about to enter. The Rev. O. L. Roberts predicted; that Mr Jones would become -one of the most popular preachers in the Welsh Baptist pulpit during the next 20 years. Mr Robert Roberts, on behalf of the: Church and other (friends, presented1 the Rev. Peter Jones with a large and handsome- folding desk, and) to Mrs Jones a cheque, for -a substantial sum. The Rev. Peter Jones suitably ackniowled,ge(T the presentations, and: feelingly alluded to. the many kindnesses he had received during the nine years he had been in Liverpool. These kindnesses would find- a consecrated spot in his heart and would never be forgotten.
Welsh Property Market. AN -important sale of property, that caused the liveliest interest throughout N ortlh Wales, was conducted by Messrs Walton and Lee, of Lon- don, at the Hand Hotel, Llangollen, on Monday evening. The property submitted' by the auctioneers comprised the well known Tyn-Dwfr Estate, one, of the largest in North, Wales, situ- ated within easy walking distance, of the town, and compriSling 1,043 acres, in addition to numerous farms- and enclosures, and the splendid mansion known as Tyn-Dwfr Hall, recently in the occupation of the Oddiy family. All the holdings are let, with the exception of the mansion, and they produce a rental of -"1,350 per ainnium, including an impropriate tithe-rent charge. The property was first submitted as one lot, and the bidding;, which started ait Z20,000, was carried1 to Z29,500, when the auctioneers decided to offer it in another fOTm. The hall, with 966 acres, was loffered, but when the badding had reached Z26,500 it was again withdrawn. Various portions of .the estate were then offered as separate lots. An, enclosure of pasture land, embracing an area of slightly over eight acres, was sold for £ 50. Two useful en- closures of hill -grazing :land, comprising 47 acres, realised £240. The holding known, as Cherry Hill Farm, with three acres and three roods of land1, and: a stone dwelling house, was knocked diown, for £ 1,110. An enclosure! of freehold land, containing twelve- perches, real- ised £ "50. A stone -and' slated cottage, with 24 perches of land, was sold for £ "224. Birch Hill House, on t'he Holyhead-road:, overlooking the Dele, realised £ 300. Other lots were withdrawn with the major part of the estate.
CARNARVON. Messrs Pritchard and Porter conducted a pro- perty sale at the Royal Sportsman Hotel on Saturday. Brynrhedyn, a pleasantly-situated farm of 5r acres, close to Llanvvnda station, was knocked down to Mr Richard Jones, Twrog Mills, for £ 3,750. The Gorplwysfn Hotel, Penypass, was withdrawn, the highest bid obtained being ^1,200. Messrs Brown and Dobie, Chester, were the vendor's solicitors in the first case, and Mr J. B. Allanson in the other.
Sale of the Colwyn Bay Model Laundry Machinery. ON Monday afternoon, at the premises of the Colwyn Bay Model Laundry and', Electric Lilght Station, M'r F. A. Dew (of the firm of Messrs F. A. Dew and Hooper) offered for sale, the whole of the, electric light and laundry plant and machinery. There was a large attendance of both local gentlemen and other's from various English towns. The following is a list of the principal articles in the order in which they were put up, together with the selling price of 'each, and the name of the purchaser —Three shirt baskets, with covers, 20 by 11 by II, at 7's each, Mrs Brown, Colwyn Bay; one, dcto, at 9s, Mr Davies, Oxton; two 3oin. laundry ham- pers, G.P.O. fasteners, with padlocks, at 15s each, Mr Davies, Oxton; two machine baskets, 44iin., at 4s each., Mr Woodhead; two, wash- house trucks, at 27s each, Mr Furniss; "Econl- omy" roll holder with two rolls of paper, at 8s Mr Jones, saddler; deal table, 6ft. sin. long, at 5s 6d, Mr Seakin, Colwyn Bay; ditto, 6ft. 4in. long, at 7s, Mr Jones, saddler; Milner's safe, 28in., at ^5 ios, Mr Pillinig, Colwyn, joay; tres- He table, IOft. 4in. long, at 6s 6d, Mr Seakin, Colwyn, Bay ditto, 8ft. long, at 7s 6d, to Mrs- Browne, Coilwyn Bay; maihogany eight-day clock, -at 18s, Mr Deakin; lift ropes, pulleys, etc., at 24s, Messrs Jones and Son, Conway; ,cask of .soda, at 14s, Mr Dagnall, Manchester part drum ammonia, at lIS, Mr Dagnail, ditto; scales and weig,hits,at irs, Mr Hugh Thomas, Colwyn. Bay; quantity of belting, at 38s, Mr T. Parry six electric light shades and lamps -and three electric light jienidants, at 23s, Mr Davies, Oxtoni; No. 701 body ironer (36in. roller), at ,620, Mr Teh-butt; No. 693 neckband1 ironer, at Z7, Mr Dalzi-el; No. 6so shirt bosom iraner, at Z30, Mr Malcohnson; No. 821 o ff e, r in', machine, at Z5, Mr Davies, Oxton; No. 810, collar curler, art £3 5s, GHT Tebbutt, Learning- ton; No. 814 shaper, at 35s, Mr Dagnail; No. 601, collar and cuff ironer, at £ 25, Mr Pearson, Carlisle; No. 801 puff ironer, at 20S, Mr Wood- 1hlead!; No. 790 two skirt board's and stand's, at 215 each, Mr Hillas, Bradford; steam press by Braithwaite and' Son, £ g 10 s, Mr Pearson, Carlisle; square table (zinc top), at 3s 6d, Mr Te,bbu,t,t, Leamington; two signboard's, at 4s 6d, Mr Harris, Abergele-road; trestle table, at 5s, Mr Seakin; table, at is 6d, Mrs Browns; corner washstand, at 49 6d, Mr Lloyd Jones; fifty- seven accumulators by the umoride Co., com- pletely fitted on wood stands, at £ 17, Mr W. Spe-nce, Gorgie; -six cells, six positive plates and' glass pencils, ,at 25s, Mr Spence; patent im- proved gas producing plant of 60 B.H.P. com- plete' of steam boiler, gas furnace, cooling ap- paratus, cleaning and purifyinlg apparatus, and a large gasometer with. connections between gas furnace and cooling plant and between purifier and gasometer and gas S'upply pipe from gaso- ,meter to gas engine by T. H. and; J. Daniels, at £50, Mr Te-bbut, Leamington; fire hose, at 16s, Mr S,buTge Southhampton:; four Sdhnattner metres (110 volts), at 6s 6d each, Mr Spence; five Cihlamberlain and Hoiokbam metre.s (110 volts), at 5s1 each, Mr Spence; "Griffin" gas engiillle of 25 b.h.p., with two- large fly wheels, suitable for electric light purposes, and six cool- ing tanks, 7£t. by 3ft., of 200 (gallons capacity each, and water pilper connections between cool- ing tanks and1 engine,, at £32 ios, Mr PearsOn, Carlisle; Rossiyn and Appleby dynamo, 1,000 revolutions, 136 volts- by 110 ampires, sihunlt wound, with regulating resisting switch, and, sliding, rails, at -635, Mr W. Spenc-e, Go-rgie; five-and-a-half inck link leather belt, about 50ft. long, £4 ios, Mr Tudman; mainrswitch board of enamelled slate, with, 2 regulating switches for accumulators, and one automatic cut out, 3 main switches, 1 volt, and 1 ampii-re 'meter with electric light cables attached, at £ 8, Mr Spence; No. 35 "Braithwaite's" wood washing' machine, complete with driving pulleys attached, at £ 25, Mr Kenyon, Huddersfieid;; No. 33 ditto, at £15 ios, Mr Furniss; galvanised tub, pan mug, jar, iand, washing., board, at 6s, Mrs Brown, Colwyn Bay; Majestic ironer, with 9ft. roller with >steam cün:nre:c'tions.on' to .both rollers, driv- ing pulleys, steam gauge and- two steam traps, by W. Summers-cales and; Sons, Ltd., engineers, I(eighley,ait £ ^135, Mr Stott, Conway; drying room complete' with sev-e-n,1 horses on ratils and' fitted with steam-heated pipes, steam trap-, and wooden platform, at Zii, -)Ir Stur^ge, South- ampton; 131ft. of 2:n. steel shafting, with four 2in. eoninectin'g ste-el collars, two of 2in. hang- ers lOin. drop and niine; with 8in. drop andi 17 wood split and cast ironi pulleys of various sizes, at £ i2 ios, Mr Pearson, Carlisle.
-+- "THE MOTOR FIRE KINC." Messrs Merry weather, the well-known engin- eetrs, of Greenwich, have-just completed a horse- less fire engine1, which, as regards power, speed, and 'general efficiency, is believed to be far ahead1 of any appliance of the kind in existence. The new engine is named, "The Motor Fire King." It weighs nearly .-three- tons, and its steam for both propulsion and, pumping is rais- ed by oil fuel. It can- steam out of the fire station within wo minutes of the reception of the call. and C'" IJ proceed to the fire at any speed' up to thirty miles an hour. The engine had a successful trial trip on Monday.
—— At the King's Levee on Monday, at St. James's Palace, the following local presentatians were made to his Majesty:-—Mr P. Bonham Ironside Bax by his brother, Mr A. Lr. B. Bax (H.M. Vice-Consul at Trouville), Capt. Harmood Banner, 4th Battalion South Wales Borderers, on return from active service, by the Adjutant- General Mr James G. Frost, Mayor of Chester, by the Secretary of State; Sir Wyndham Hanmer, Bart., High Sheriff of Flintshire, by the Secretary of State Lieut.-Colonel S. L. Parry, D.S.O., Denbighshire Imperial Yeoman- ry, on return from active service, by the Adju- tant-General; Mr Ephraim Wood, High Sheriff of Carnarvonshire,by ,Sir John Pules,ton Lieut.- Colonel G. Wyndham, 16th Lancers, on promo- tion by the Right Hon. George Wyndham, M.P.
I KENDAL, MILNE & CO., MANCHESTER. Telegrams, KENMIL." Telephone, 1746. 11 BY APPOINTMENT BUSINESS HOURS, 8-30 to 6; SATURDAYS, 2. LETTER l HAVE CAREFUL-& EXPEDITIOUS ORDERS) ATTENTION. AFTER BUSINESS HOURS & ON SUNDAYS FUNERAL ORDERS & URGENT COMMUNI- CATIONS will be attended to at 8A, ST. JOHN STREET, DEANSGATE. DEPARTMENTS- CABINETS CARPETS FURNISHING DECORATIONS HOUSEHOLD LINEN SILKS LADIES' BOOTS DRESSES GENTS' OUTFITTING MANTLES LACE AND EMBROIDERY COSTUMES RIBBONS, FLOWERS MILLINERY SUNSHADES AND UMBRELLAS LADIES' OUTFITTING LADIES' BLOUSES AND SKIRTS CHILDREN'S Ditto CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS JUVENILE CLOTHING TRIMMING & HABERDASHERY FURS FOREIGN AND FANCY BAMBOO HOSIERY FURNITURE IF GLOVES TRUNKS Carriage paid on purchases of 20/- upwards to nearest Railway Station in the United Kingdom. pAPER PATTERN DEPARTMENT. PAPER PATTERNS OF ALL THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR LADIES & CHILDREN ALWAYS IN STOCK, 2!¡d., 5d., 7M„ 10d., and Is. ILLUSTRATED FASHION SHEET FOR JUNE SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION. pAPER PATTERN DEPARTMENT. "THE NEW SELF-FITTING BONED DRESS BODICE LINING," READY-MADE AND BONED, with Patent Fasten- ings, including Collar and Ready-Cut Sleeves, in all sizes. Black back, grey back, and white, 2¡6 each (over 38in. bust measurement, 6d. extra). Also in Light Evening Colours, 2/3 each. 4362 Kendal, Milne & Co., Manchester. MORRIS ELIAS, Billposter and Advertising Agent, MARKET TEMPERANCE, PWLLHELI, Offers exceptional advantages to adver- ZD tisers on account of the excellent positions of his numerous Posting Stations through- out town and distt. Moderate Charges. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED. 4426 GO TO c w Gibbons' Library (Opposite top of Station Road;, COLWYN BAY, FOR New Books, Fancy Goods, Stationery. A LARGE SELECTION OF VIEWS, UNMOUNTED AND FRAMED. 4280 HUGHES & SON, Merchant Tailors AND Outfitters, 56, HIGH STREET, RHYL. Liveries and Ladies' Tailoring a Specialite. SHETLAND AND HARRIS TWEEDS, &c. 3505 ARNOLD & CAPSTICK, Cabinet Makers, Polishers & Undertakers. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERED AND RENOVATED. BEDDING, & thoroughly cleaned and made up by experienced, hands. BLINDS FIXED AND REPAIRED. WORKSHOP- 4330 Erw Wen Road, Colwyn Bay. N A\# A | "MODEL D, £ 10 10s. KuYAL "MODEL B," £ 12 12s. MODEL ROYAL," ENFIELD All Models are fitted com- Ayn 1 r n plete with Free Wheel, U Y U L L. U 2 Brakes, and Dunlop y Tyres. Greenfield's Cycle Depot, COLWYN BAY. 3814 WHERE DO YOU GO FOR 4296 Pure Home-made BREAD? WE ALWAYS GET IT AT E. FRANCIS EVANS (Opposite the New Post Office), Penrhyn Stores, COLWYN BAY. Hams & Bacon, Tea & Coffee, I OF FIRST-CLASS Cheese & Butter, Jams, &c. [ QUALITY.