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Robert and Rogers Jones, j LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI. t Nat. TeL 15 AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. "l~Yv,, Established 1855. ^^ERTAKE tbalea of Landed and Build- J>t Estates, Freehold and Leasehold House ^P^ L;ve aiA Dtaa Farming btock, House- yi' ur ait ore, etc.. for Tenant Right, Trobatd I Mortgage Purposes. Ei\L ltib6 ,a,refully prepared and ex- I tnined. T. RENTS COLLECTED. ii and I1 ire Insurance Aeents for the Lead- Offices. tp, Offices: Cn?i¥TN-Y-FYNWENT. LLANRWST, and ^NI CHAMBERS, LLANGEFNI. 15294 LIST OF FORTHCOMING SALES. ^LYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE. MONDAY, MAY 23rd, 1010. Bullocks, Heiiers, Cows and. Bulls. Calving Cows and Heifers. o,. Store Bullocks and Heaters. Ripe Cross-bred Lambs. Fat Wethers and Ewes. 20 Fat Pigs and Calves. at Half-past Twelve o'clock. FRIDAY, MAY 27th, 1910. BRYNTEG, CADNANT PARK, CONWAY. SALE of Substantial HOUSEHOLD AP- W „ POINTMENTS, New RALLI CAR, CT^TS, BUTCHERS' SHANDRIES, Ri'S, the property of Mr Griffith Thomas, at One o'clock. THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE CHANCERY DIVISION (MR JUSTICE PARKER). Re IND, COOPE and CO.. LTD., °'r v. Ind, Coops and Co., Ltd., 1908, L. fcn 2267. v. Ind, Coope and Co., Ltd., 1909, 1. 9. and another v. Ind, Coope and Co., Ltd., 1909, 1. 5. BETTWS-Y-COED. ^ORTANT TO CAPITALISTS, IN- v^TORS, LICENSED YICITJALLERS, AND OTHERS. JjR THOMAS ROGERS JONES, of the J0\ I?lrm of MESSRS ROBT. and ROGERS be tlie person appointed by the Judge, j r, aTlnounce that he will OFFER FOR BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the DAv HOTEL, LLANRWST. on TUES- °'3oV NE 7th' 1910> Half-Ija^ T-.vo ^^l'e afternoon, the Fully Idcesnscd k..V and Commercial Hotel and Premises, in jT* a* tho PONT-Y-PAIR HOTEL, situate nd fronL"cr th-c Shrewsbury and Holyhead Ofj, ^ad at Rett wsy coed, inciln/ding the TV ^1'bal Gajd.eri opposite held therewith. FuI1y Lk'll>1,,K!"1 Family and Commercial I*0sT 18 exc^^gly well-built, is of ar •, character. aad occupies one of th* best it 'uU +a.U: .«ort. C.T.C 16 Registered Headquarters of the niin,J6 ,rQost centrally placed within a few Offi Wa^ the Railway Station and Th 0 I-e, and overlooks the River Dlugwy. of nrf enur"e of the Lease is for the term it aj. years from the 1st day of May, 1899, wQ, an;riVa'l Ground Rent of .£24. Possession I. g^ven on completion. "rtioltla-rs and Conditions of Sale may be ^Auctioneer, Ty'n-y-Fym- t'¡;¡' Jpanrwst; or of the following Solici- etN: D41aasrs Nash, Field and Co., 12, Queen- Q udom, E.C.; Messrs Davidson and £ .0 iu42' Queen Victoria-street, London, vlosars Bircham and Co., 50, Old London, E.C.; Messrs Burn J.C. u £ e' n> 01d R road-street, London, iWm Batchelor and Cousrins, 2, 5^' ^an,c. Queen-street, London, E.C.; ^hj\Q-S Dawes and Sons, 9, Angel Court, h'kIllOrto.n-etroot, London, E.C.; Messrs Moreton, Thompson and Co., 20, ^W^^e* London, E.C.; of Messrs Jr<>x' Nash and Co., 8, Lancaster- V^d, London, W.C., and 61 and 62, ^iCH- reet, Richmond. Surrey, the Vendor °^s» and at the plaoe of the Sale. l\t — ,tlslrs Frank Lloyd & Sons. 1000 Horses 60 Guineas Prizes. G^EAT JUNE QUARTERLY SALES WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM ANK LLOYD and SONS invite Entries J for- ,I"e 7tll and 8th.—Harness Horses, I-lac, Horses, Cobs and Ponies, y a.nd 10th.—Waggon, Lurry, Van fpjj11"? Horses. ^<^th ready' Entries close Monday, ^ssrs, Wm. Dew & Son, Pioneers, VALUERS, AND J. SURVEYORS, CA USE AND ESTATE AGENTS. XTOlM BUILDINGS, BANGOR (Head Office), and TRiNITY-SQUARE. LLANDUDNO. ^Srjin lsIi~~Dewson, Bangor. Telephone No. 13. ^€wson.. Llandudno. Telephone No. 47. -= .\tJ S. Johnston, IoNEER, HOUSE AGENT, VALUER, INSURANCE AGENT, S £ °mCE and SALE ROOM, A VIEW CRESCENT, COLWYN BAY. b^TrrK AUCTION of HOUSES, FURNI- ST0CK' FIXTURES, Etc., on "i.ke linos. Prompt Settlements. rt. A^t^ed Bailiff (Law of Distress .d- t, ct). Rents collected. € j> epj.51 Commodious and Easy of Access. °ae 119 (with extension to Reddendo). ADVERTISING RATES. *"AU." PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Sito EUi^et or' 8103331 or Wanted, Apartmemta to Misoeliancous Wants aaad OftT' Let 77'I7Shf P». Businesses, etc. to be eto Wanted, Partnerships Wanted or One Three Six Thirteen 18 weeks. weeks, week*. &Q %Or<j8 »• d. •. d. e d. d. <0 } 2 0 3 9 7 0 '» I" i ° 5 0 5 9 11 0 •0 | t 0 7 9 15 o o a 50 99 IB 0 9 5 6 10 6 20 0 Biackwall, Hayes & Co., I LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock Sales- men, House and Estate Agents. Wat- Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Conditions on application. Sales by Auction and Valuation,- of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Fann- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houses to Let, Furnished, or Unfurnished. Agents for Fire a6nd Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p CAERGRAIG, LLANRWST. TUESDAY NEXT, MAY 24th, 1910. SALE of about 50 Head of CATTLE, 200 COUPLES, EWES and LAMBS, 100 FAT SHEEP and LAMBS. Sale at 12.30 p.m. Usual Credit. Messrs David Roberts & Son. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. DENBIGHSHIRE AND MERIONETH. CORWEN AND CERRIGYDRUIDION. MESSRS DAVID ROBERTS and SON have been instructed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the OWEN GLYNDWR HOTEL, CORWEN, on FRIDAY, the 17th Day of JUNE, 1910, at Two o'clock in the afternoon (subjeot to Conditions of Sale then to be produced), the following very VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES IN THE PARISH OF CORWEN: Penybont, Cor wen R-esidenoe with Out- buildings, 80 acres of Land and Sheep- wlalk. Glandwr, Corwen—Residence and Land. Glandwr Cottage and Garden. Brynffynnon Cottage and Garden. IN THE PARISH OF CERRIGYDRUIDION: White Lion Hotel, Stables, etc., and Land.. Shop Uona' (Pnst Offioe). Shop Ganol. Lion Ba-ch and Top Llan Cottages. Tyooch Cottages and Land. Ty'nypant Ccfnbrith Farm—29 acres. Land by Froiidog—4 acres. Full particulars in future advertisements and in Lithographed Plans and Particular's to be had from the Auctioneers, COTWOJI and Denbigh; Aneurin O. Evans, Esq., Solicitor, Denbigh and Ruthin; R. Vinoejxt Johnson, Esq., Solicitor, Rutmin; F. J. Gamlin, Esq., Solicitor, Rhyl; or to Messrs Parry Jones, Francis and Davies, Solicitors, Denbigh. CERRIGYDRUIDION, NORTH WALES. MESSRS DAVID ROBERTS and SON wilt OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION a*, the OWEN GLYNDWR HOTEL. r.iRWEN, on FRIDAY, the 17th '-•*y of J UR, 1910, at Three o'clock in the ,H of S^iiifc thua to be jwroduoed), all that Old Established FREEHOLD FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL HOTEL known as "THE QUEEN'S HOTEL," situate im the centr-e of the Village of Cerrigy- druidion, midway between Corwen and Bettwsyooed, and near to the Birkenhead Water Works. The Hotel, whiah is fully Licensed is one of the beat known in the PrincipaLity, and contains Bar, Smoke-room, Taproom, Coffee- room, Sitting-room, extensive Bedrooms, Kitchens, Club-room, etc., together with Stabling1, Coaak^house, and odlier Outbuild- ings. GOOD FISHING AND SHOOTING 1 ATTACHED TO THE HOTEL. For further particulars and Photographs apply to the Auctioneers, (orw-m, Denbigh, and Llangollen, or to Aneurin O. Evans, Esq., Solicitor, Denbigh aaid Ruthin. 2/oucip Henry Manley & Sons, Ltd. 500 Horses. £ 40 Prizes (Final week for making entries). CREWE HORSE REPOSITORY. GREAT JUNE SALES. The week priolr to the International Horse Show at Olympia. ENRY MANLEY and SONS, LTD. THURSDAY, JUNE 2nd: Harness Horses, Match Pairs, 15-2 and over, Pedigiree Hackneys, and Prize-winning Show Horsas, Cobs and Ponies. FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd: Heavy Town, Lurry and Van Horses, Pedigree Shires and Young Horses. These Sales now rank as the largest and most important repository sales in England, and there is no better ma-rket for the disposal of genuine a-nimals, a grand trade having been experienoed at all the Spring Sales. Prize Schedules and Entry Forms on applica- tion. Entries finally close on WED- NESDAY NEXT, MAY 25th. Mr. C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Agent. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATION 01 Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, eto immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act Properties and Business sold by Private Treaty. Mortgages negotiated. Proper. ties and Estates carefully managed, Itents col- lected; Accounts tendered to suit Clients' con- venience. Inventories taken and checked. Sur. veys, Maps, Plans etc., for any purpose. Build- ing Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances cffected through any of the principal OSicca Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION and ESTATE OFFICES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. N at. Tel. 70. RHYL. ARCADE AUCTION MART, RHYL. TUESDAY, MAY 24ith, 1910. -7 ("1. WESLEY HASLAM will SELL BY ■J AUCTION about 300 Lots of Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, including Sweet-Toned Pianoforte, Diniing and Draw- ing-room Suites, Sideboards, Cheffionoexs, Occasional Chairs, amd Tables, Carpets, Lino, superior Bedsteads, Spring and Wool Mat- tresses, Bedroom Suites, Chests of Drawers, Kitchen Furniture, ete. Sale at Two o'clock sharp. Terms: Strictly Cash. On View Morning of Sale. Aucftion Offices, Rhytl. p The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular newspapers in the Princdpaiity. Splendid medium for advertisers- Messrs G. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience), Late Messrs Booth and bandy, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. 16, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY, TELEPHONE NO. 27. QJALES and Valuations of Landed Estates, ^3 Freehold and Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probates, Mortgage, Hot->i, Trade Stocks, etc. Fire Loss Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offices. Mortgages negotiated- Inventories prepared and exatnined- Prompt attention given to all matters with IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS. 19834p UNDER DEED OF ASSIG NMENT Re HUGHES and ROWLANDS. CONTRACTORS YARD, COLWYN BAY. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, MElt- CHANTS, METAL DEALERS, AND OTHERS. Having been instructed by Mr A. G. Pugh, Chartered Accountant, Cohvyn Bay, MR A. LL. STEVENSON (of G. Perkins and Co.) will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Without Reserve, at the above Yard, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 25th, the whole of the VALUABLE PLANT, MATERIAL, and STOCK-IN-TRADE, apper- tains jug to Road Making, Drainage, air' Geaavral Contractors, which briefly consists of: Excellent 10ft. x 5ft. Contractor's Hut (nearly new), several other useful Huts, also fitted Office, Contractor's Trench Winch with two Tubs and Cihain complete, four Con- tractor's Tool Chests, American Drain Pump with Shelf (equal to new), small Portable Bellows, Pile Driving Hammer with Frannv Spring Cart, Set of Cart Gears, useful Bay Horse, two Dobbiin Carts, large Hut Trolleys, Full-lock Lurry, R-cmiova-ble 'Bus TOP-, Tool Box, TroLLevs," Hand^s haft Trolleys, eight Contractor's Wheelbarrows, one Hand Barrow, 15-cwt. Water Bailaet Roller, 10-cwt. l)o., small Iron I>o., Pipe Turn Table ou wheels, Patent American Earth Shifter, Quantity Cast Iron Hydrant Boxies, Valve Boxes, about 1500 Blue Stable Bracks, I Quantitv Bull-nosod Bricks, about 100 yards 1 Jm. Wrought Iron Piping, one Pulley wish Chains to Lift about four tons, cxe.oMo.nt Iron Winch with 60 yards Jim. Wire Rope nutA. Brake, two Contractor's Pumps, Quantity Junction. Drain Pipes, Coupli* Collars, Patent Ramps Gullies, Chia.nnfls Contractor's Triangle, together with a large Quantity of Shovels, Picks, Hammers, and other Tools, etc., etc., etc. On View Monriing of Sale. j To oanimenco at 12 o'clock sharp. Ternw j Cash. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tionwrs, at thei.r Offic/es, 10, Station-road, CoJwyn B?y. TVl-ephone 27. 27661p A RHYL AUCTIONEER AND THE "PIONEER." 7, Bodfor-street, Rhyl, May otth, 1910. TV-fl- -it will interest yooi to know tliui, f in the "Pioneer" of my ia&t sale la ii^hfi^'ld Park it prodiuctivo of bringing buyers from as far j away as Pennmenmawr, also Llandduiliaa. A,ber,ole, aind Mostyn. I think this speaks well for your circulation.—Yours faithfully, I ERNEST JONES. Advertisement Dept., "Welsh Coast Pioneer," Colwyn Bay. Mr. P. A. Dew. I COLWYN BAY. Importa.nt Sale of a Commodious Residence, I standing in its own wellltaid-out Grounds of nearly Half-an-acre in extent, and oceupj-ing a magnificent and central posi- tion. MR F. A. DEW (Established 1888) win OFFER for SALE bv AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROPOLE, "COLWYN BAY on FRIDAY, the 3rd of JUNE, 1910, at 3 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then I, read), all that Valuable Residence or Board- ing Establishment known as MORANEDD, Marine-road, Colwyn Bay, most conveniently I situated close to the Sea and the Pier and Pavilion, at the West End of this beautiful rapidly-increasing, and popular Winter and Summer Resort. Full particulars in due course from the Auctioneer, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay, or from Messrs Nunn and Co., Solicitors, Col- wyn Bay (Tel. No. 2). 27563p THE FIRS CEMMAES BAY, ANGLESEY. VALUABLE RESIDENCE FOR SALE. BY MR F. A. DEW, on THURSDAY, the 9th JUNE, 1910, at the TOWN HALL LLANGEFNI, ANGLESEY, at 2.30 p.m., sub- ject to Conditions of Sale, which cam be in- spected three days before the day of Sale at the Offices of the undei'mejitioned Solicitors ALL THAT FREEHOLD RESIDENCE known as THE FIRS, CEMMAES BAY, AN- GLESEY, in the occupation of Mrs Peel, to- gether with the Lands and Grounds belonging thereto, containing about four acres, situate near the sea a.nd within easy reaoh of Amlwch and Holyhead on the London and North- Western Railway. The House is substantial- ly built, being "brick and stone faood, with front and back drives, and good Dining, Drawiiing and Morning-rooms, three Kitchens, amd Pantry, eight Bedrooms, Ser- vants' Staircase and large Cellars. The Out- buildings consist of a Cottage with large Roam over same, Two-stalled Stable, Coach- house. Wash-house, Tool House (and Cowshed Greenhouse, Glass-houses and Frames' Tomato-house and Summer-house. The Grounds are tastefully laid out amd wooded with Fix Trees and contain Kitchen Garden Croquet and Tennis Courts, and ia large Field im front of the House. The position of the House is elevated, and g-itves lovely views of the e-ea and the adjoining country. Vacaait possession on completion. For further particulars amd orders to view apply to the Auctioneer, Llewellyn Chambers Cbiwyn Bay, or to Messrs Boote Edgar and Co., Solicitors, 20, Booth-street, Manchester. Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN BAY AUCTION MART COLWYN BAY. UNDERTAKES SALES of HOUSE PRO- tJ PERTY. LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Eto. G CERTIFICATED BAILIFF. RENTS COT LEcrrm INVENTORIES CAREFULLY PRRPAR/fm AND EXAMINED. K £ D OØiOM COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. Nat. T.I. 106 21361p Mr H. F. Ashby. AUCTIONEER and LICENSED APPRAISER. HOUSE, LAND. ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLVw v iM Ä Y. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of I Freehold House and Shop froperty, Build, ing Land and Estates, Live and Lead k arw- I mg Stock. Household Furniture, etc, etc. VALUATIONS ior Mortgage, Probate, Busi- ness Transfers, Hotels, oW. Inventories oareiuiiy prepared and examined. Agent for the principal Insurance Companies- PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MATTERS. ALL SALE ACCOUNTS SETTLED THE DAY FOLLOWING THE SALE. Certified Bailiff under the Law cf Distress Amendment Act- Houses to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. N.B.—The Auction Mart will Lo Open Da.ily to receive Entries for Sale. Good Class Entries solicited Telephone No 121. p. THE HOMESTEAD PRIVATE HOTEL, ABBEY-ROAD, RHOS-ON-SEA. Important Sale of the Entire Contents of the above well-appointed PrivaJte Hot-31, V" tine Furniture having beem supplied by Garnett's of Chester; the Carpets (which include some of the finest hand-made Domcgal) by Anderson, Stanwav, and Ridg- wiay; the Bad and Table Line-n-by Robinson amd Cleaver, Belfast; the Blankets by Pryoe Jones and Co., Nowtown; all sup- plied new to order just two years ago, and practically unisoilod. ]VP H. F. ASIIBY is instructed by Mrs E. LTA H. Bishop (who is giving up the Hotel) to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises as above, on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, the 24th a)nd 25th MAY, 1910, the wihole of the exceptionally well-made HOUSEHOLD AP- POINTMENTS, with very finc- and costly Up- right Grand Pianoforte by Collard and Col- lard, and (unbracing the contents of Dining aoud Drawing-rooms, Lounge Hall, ten Bed- rooms, and Domestic Offices, with Fumed-Oak Sideboard, Dining-room Suite and Occasional Tables, massive Mahogany Exteaiding Dining with loose leaves, finely Carved Oak Couch and Hall Table, Old Oak (Ecclesiastic >.] Design) Settle, handsome Pollard Oak Ddmnir Waggon, Oak aaid Mailiogany Overmantels, Fnmod-Oak Secretaire Bookcase, Drawing- room Suite In Silk Tapestry, Chippendale 4-t'jer Whatnot ar.d D end Table, a few pieces Old Sliode and Staffordshire Ware, Carved Oak Hall Chairs, Ash Refrigerator, exceptiom- allv ú-o quality and expensive HAND-MADE DONEGAL BORDERED AXMINSTER, Brus- sels, and oth-px Carpets, all in excel- lent ooaidition; richly decorated M.ason Ironstone WaTe Dinner Service; Dinner, Too., and Toilot Services in v.ihi.t.c with errenm border; verj- lino double damask Tabl,3 Ooths, Bed aaid Table Linen, Blankets, white Counterpanes, Nottingham Lace Curtains; the labewt des<igBs in Oak, Greem and Black, Kamelled, Br««s-mounted Bedsteads; Wire Spring, Hair -)Cl-cl Wool Mattresses, F^ath er Bolsters and p.mows, Half Suites in Fumed- Oak, some Old Oil Paintings a ind Bngravicigs, nearly new Maaigle. Lawn Mower, Garden Seat, Culinary Utensils, Wi*ifh+'^ Open Gas etc., etc. Sale t-o commence at 1.30 p.m. prompt each day. On View Mornings of Sale, from 10 o'clock. Catalogues of the Auctioneer, The Central Auction Mart Offioes, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay (Tel. No. 121). PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. > MONDAY, the 30th MAY, 1910. SALE of ANTIQUE FURNITURE at the CENTRAL AUCTION MART, Owners of Antique Furniture, Old China, Brass, Pewter, etc., desiring to find a market for the same are invited to communicate with Mr Ashby. Mr Matthew Ryan. AUCTIONEER. VALUER. ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the lato Mr Geo. F. F el ton, Auctioneer), General Certified Bam it under the Law w Dia. tress Amendment Act, Englajid and Wales. Mi Ryan is prepared to undertake Sales and Valuations in any district, abo Inventories at- tended to on reasonable terms. For the past Js7 yeais he has been employed on valuations at leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the six counties of Wales, and elsewhere; also h. arranged some of the best Sales in those counties Highest references given. Prompt settlement. AUGUSTA ST. (N»ar!f opposite ue auu Jiailway ritation). Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO. DEGANWY, NORTH WALES. MARL PARK BUILDING SITES. NOTICE OF CHANGE OF DATE OF SALE. f | \HE Sale of these Building Sites announced ifo take plaoe on Thursday, the 19th day of May, will NOT take Haoe on that dav, but such Sditee will be Off by Auction on THURSDAY, the 2nd day of JUNE, 1910, at Throe p.m. o'clock, at the DEGAis WY CASTLE HOTEL, DEGANWY. Plans amd Particulars now ready, and may be obtained on application to Messrs Birch, CulliianoiTe amd Douglas, Solicitors, Chester; Ernest E. Bone, Esq., Solicitor, Llandudno, Messrs T. B. Farrington amd Son, Surveyors, Llandudno; or Matthew Ryan, Auctioneer. Llandudno. TENDERS. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE TY'RMAWN & PANTYCARW STONE QUABRIES, OWYDR ESTATE, LLANRWST. WHERE BUILDING STONES and v V MACADAM amd also CHIPPINGS suit- able for Paths, etc., may be obtained at the lowest possible priom.-Apply to— R. O. ROBERTS, Bryn Orafnant, 27399p Trefriw, B.S.O. LEGAL NOTICES. ARTHUR WILLOT MERRiDEW DECEASED. A LL persons having any claim against the above ape requested to send particulars abov-s are req thereof to us imanediatoiy. NUNN and 00., Codwyn Bay, Solicitors for the ExocutTnix appointed 27664p !Jl the Wfll. PUBLIC NOTICES. ABERGELE COUNTY SCHOOL. SECONDARY SCHOOL I OR BOYS AND GIRLS. ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS. 17th and; 18th June, 1910. ON the 17th and 18th JUNE, 1910, am — Examination will be heM at the Abergele clolmty School, when the focilowmg Ten Scholar" ships will be offered for oo-inpetition:- OPEN SCHOLARSHIP. (a) One Scihoarship of L6 10s, open to pupils attending any Elementary Sdhood or Higher Elementary School in what is known as the Colwyn Bay School District, and who will not have attained the age of 12 yeara on the 1st day of Juiy next. The Gotlwyn Bay School District inchidee alll the Elementary and Higher Elementary Schools in St. George, Tovvyn, Abergele. LlanfairtaHhaiarn, Bettws- yn-Rhos, Lianddiilas, Trofarth, Lianelian, Old Colwyn and Ooiwyn Bay. SUB-DISTRICT SCHOLARSHIPS. Open to children who will not have attained the ago of 13 years on the 1st day of July next- (b) One Scholarship of £ 6 10s, confined to pupisle attending the Elementary Schools at Abergele. (o) One Scholarship of JM 10s, confined to pupils attending the Elementary Schools at Towyn and St. George. (di) One SdholarsTnip of £ 6 lOs, confined to pupils attending1 the Elementary Schools at Lianelian, Trof arth,- and Llwydooed. (e) One Scholarship of JS6 10s, confined to pupils attending the Elementary Schools at L^aniairtaihaiarn. (f) One Scholarship of JEo 10s. confined to pupife attending the Elementary Schools at U, aaiddula. (g) One Scholarship of JE6 10s, confined to pupjils attending the Elementary Schools at BcUwB-yn-Rhos. (h) One Scholarship Off E6 10s, confined to pupils attending the Higher Elementary Hchooiii at Uolwyn Bay, called The Higher Gracte School. (i) One Scholarship of j36 10s, colifinm- to pupils attendin.g the Elementary Schools oaked The Colwyn Bay Council Schools. (j) One Schodarship of JM 10s, confined to p apiis attend Jig the Elementary Schools at OLd Colwyn. (*) Any Scholarship not won by any School in groupw h. i and j shall1 be awarded to the next uiighest Caiid'iiiajt; on the list from one of the remaining Soliools included in these three groups, provided such candidate has obtained the neces- sary number of marks. Candidates at present attending Schools outside the Sub-District in which they la TO, if compet ing for a Sub-District Scholarship, must Bit in con- nection with a School within the district in which they live. No Candidate will be entitled to hold more than one Scholarship. Applications, accompanied by a certificate of good conduct (in a closed envelope) from the Head Teacher of tlie Elementary Schools at which the candidate is a pupil, must be made on the official form, which can be obtained from the undersigned, and must be returned to me on or before the 3rd day of June, 1910. Dated this 12th day of May. 1910. EDW. A. CRABBE, Town HaJil, Abergele, Clerk to the Governors. N.B.—In order to suit the convenience of can- didates, in the event of there becmg three or more from any sub-district, arrangements will be madta to held the examination within such sub- district. 27666p I I THE KING'S FUNERAL. The Chairman of the Rhyl Urban District Council (A. Rhydwen Jones, Esq., J.P-) announces an invitation to his coJieagues, officials and servants, neprer seaitatives of the Foroes, Civil Servants, Mag1 titrates, Freemasons, Friendly Socie- t1 etc., to attend a Public Memorial Service in St. Thomas' Church, Rhyl, on Friday, Wtili inst.. at 2.30 p in.; to meet I I in Water-street in front of the Town Hall at 1.50 p.m. to form a procession. For full particulars. see official pro- igramme. ARTHUR ROWLANDS, Oierk to the Council. I I URBAN SANITARY DISTRICT OF 1HE BOROUGH OF CONWAY. PRIVATE STREET WORKS ACT, 1892. w H-REAS we, the Town Council of the Borough of Conway, being the Sani- ta-ry Authority for the above-named district, haw rcBOLved wJiin respect to the Streets known as Victoria Dri-ve (lying between Con- way Road and Marl Lane), and Albert Drive (lying between Glran-y-Mor Road and Marl Lane), within the &add district, to do certain Private Street Works. And whereas certain objections to our pro- posals have been lodged by Owners of pre- mises shown in the provisional apportionment a.s liable to be charged with part of the ex- penses of executing such works. Now therefore, we do Hereby Give Notice, that the Court of Summary Jurisdiction, act- ing in and for the Diviisiio-n of Conway, County of Carnarvon, have, upon our app cation in th-at behalf, appointed the hour f 10 o'clock in the forenoon of the 4th day of July, 1910, at the Guild Hall, in Conway, for determining the matter of all objections made as in the Act mentioned. Daited this 10th day of May, 1910. By order of the Council, T. E. PARRY, 27621p Clerk. CONWAY CORPORATION FIRE BRIGADE. rpE Commit toe of the above invite appii- A cations from young, active, and re- spectable men residing am Deganwy as Pro- bationers in the above Brigade. Application? to be seDlt to the undersigned on or beforo May 21st, 1910. F. A. DELAMOTTE, Chief Officer. May 10th, 1910. 27622p DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL. GRANTS TO MIDWIVES. riYHE Denbighshire Coumty Council this yea" -A offer five Grants of £ 20 eaclh to suit- able "women under 35 years of age to assist tluam in taking the Diploma of the Central Midwavee Board. Successful applicaalts must undertake to practice ia the County among the poorer classes for at least five years from the time of taking their Ditploma. Applications, giving age amd accompanied by alt least two references as to character, should reach the undersigned not later thau the 30th MJa. Y instant. W. R. EVANS. pounty Offioes, Ruthin, Kith May, 1910. 2.619p PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, REYNOLDS' FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES ANOTHER GRAND PROGRAMME ON MONDAY NEXT. SENSATIONAL, NOVEL, INSTRUCTIVE AND AMUSING. On Wet Nights Harry Reynolds' Serenaders will appear in conjunction with the Pictures. On all Wet Afternoons SPECIAL MATINEE at 3. J BOHEMIA," EAST PROMENADE. HARRY REYNOLDS' SERENADERS DAILY AT II, 3 & 7-45. (NINTH SEASON IN COLWYN BAY. HAVE YOU SEEN THEIR NEW SHOW ? CATLIN IS PIERROT ARCADIA, WEST PROMENADE COLWYN BAY. The following WELL-KNOWN ARTISTES have been engaged to give HIGH-CLASS ENTERTAINMENTS TWICE DAILY AT THE ABOVE ARCADIA At 3 and 8 p.m. Wet or Fine. INCLUDING MR. EDWARD WOOTTON, MR. CHARLES EDWIN, MR. SIDNEY TRICKETT, MR. DESMOND THOMASSON, MR. FRANK A. TERRY, |( MR. H, SEED. Under the Personal Direction of MR. SIDNEY FRERE. SOMETHING GOOD. j SOMETHING NEW. PRICES-NUMBERED & RESERVED, gi. UNRESERVED, 6d. ORDINARY, 4d. W. A. PRYCE-DAVIS, Business Manager. ¥' 1" J ~D TV T Corner of Abbey Road f\ HUO J 1\. r. r, IN| (GARDEN CITY) (Colwyn Bay). IDEAL HOMES BUILT TO PURCHASERS' OWN iDEAS FROM zC250 AND UPWARDS. Architects:—SYDNEY MOSS, 4, St. Ann's Square, MANCHESTER. A.R.I-B.A. or JOSEPH PEARCE. Royal Insurance Buildings, LIVERPOOL I I Information for Tourists. I Tourists to the North Wales Coast should not forget to take a trip over the il Far Famed Festiniog (or Toy) Railway JL Twelve Miles Ride along the Mountain Side from which they will see the most enchanting Scenery in Nort) Wales. Cheap tickets are issued at Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rby: and other L. & N.W. Stations to Portmadoc (for Borthygest Criccieth Barmouth, &c., via Blaenau Festiuiog & Festiuiog Rly For further particulars see Company's Bills. PUBLIC NOTICES. PRINCE'S THEATRE, LLANDUDNO. Lessee and Manager M Mr Arnold Macara Stage Manager Mr Will Smith Electrician Mr Emlyn Jones GRAND VARIETY PERFORMANCE. STAR ARTISTES. POPULAR PRICES. Doors open 7-30 p-m-, commence at 8 p.m. Seats may now be booked. Box Office open 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. THE CLAXTON-JONES ORCHESTRA (ANY NUMBER), OPEN TO ENGAGEMENTS FOR ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. REPERTOIRE INCLUDES LATEST LONDON AND CONTINENTAL SUCCESSES. Terms on application to Holland Villa, Bodafon, Llandudno. 27551p CUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESsELS in the WORLD New Steamer, "FRANCONIA," Twin-screw, d' 18,000 Toils Gross, now building. LARGEST AND FASTEST SHIPS TO BOSTON. From LIVERPOOL (Via Queenstown). TO NEW YORK TO BOSTON Mauretaada .Sat., May 21 Ivaraia .Tuee., May 2* Lwatania .Sat., May 28 Saxo-ni* Tues., June 7 CANADA.—FAST ROUTE, SPECIAL RATES For further particulars, apply to Local Aerenta, or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COM- PANY, LTD., Liverpool. LLYSFAEN PARISH CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICES. Morning II-I$a.m. I Seats Free. COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB, SPORTING 9-HOLE COURSE, SITUATE ABOVE PWLLYCROCHAN WOOD. COMFORTABLE CLUB HOUSS. Luncheons and Refreshments Provided. GOLFING REQUISITES STOCKED. Steward and ProfessioMr L. GREEN. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Per Annum. Honorary Membera 91 la and 10s. Resident Members- Ladies ^61 Is Od. Gentlemen £ 2 2s Od. Country Members- Ladies or Gentlemen J51 Is Oct Vieitor, 2A3 per Day; 7s 6d per Week. DOUGLAS M PEACOCK, Hon. s- Cotehill, Seaii eld-road. PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDUDNO PIER COMPAN] (LIMITED). Secretary Mr. Samuel Hughes, THE PIER COMPANY'S POPULAI CONCERTS. Morning at I I Evening at 7-45. 0 t, PIER COMPANY'S 0RCHESTRJ Conductor: MR. ARTHUR W. PAYNE. Deputy-Conductor: MR. WALTER H A I G H. May 21st to 27th, MADAME LAURA EVANS WILLIAMS (Soprano). THIRD GRAND SPECIAL CONCER1 Saturday, May 21St, MISS CARMEN HILL (Contralto), and MADAME LAURA EVANS WILLIAMS Soprano). \T7EEKLY TICKETS, 3/- and 4/- MONTH. VV LY, 16/- and 12/ ADMISSION TC PIER, 9 to 12-30 noon (during Concert), 3d ) 12-30 to 6 p.m., 2d.; after 6 p.m., 6d. SPECIAL CONCERTS Admission, 1/- Front Seats II- extra. -SACRED CONCERT — On SUNDAY, at 8.15 p.m. ROLLER SKATING. LLANDUDNO HIPPODROME NOW OPEN. MORNING SESSION, 10.30 to 12.30. lon Admission No charge Skates One Shilling. (OT one Skaöte Contract ticket). AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 to 5. Admission Sixpence (or one Admission Contract ticket). Skates One shilliil g. (or one Skate Contract ticket). Ladies' Tickets, including admiesiion and Skates, One Shilling. EVENING SESSION, 7.30 to 10.30. Admission One Shilling. (or one Contract ticket). Skates One Shilling. (or one Skate Contract ticket). CONTRACT TICKET. Forty Admission (not good for skates), One Pound" Six Admissions or Six Skates, Four Shill- ings. Contract tickets are not transferable, and "will be oruly accepted when presented by the pvrdhaaer who- name appears on same. They oan be puaxsh'a&ed &t the Rink osiJy. THIS RINK is equipped exclusively with the celebrated WINSLOW SKATES, whidi can be purchased here for immediate delivery. The Resort de Luxe. We make no charge for keeping your skates heire.