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Obert and Rogers Jones. LLA^EWST and LLANGEFNI, Nat. Tel. 15. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. ittltfTvT-, Established 18p3. ,HJ«-UESTA £ E Sales of Landed and BuaM- &»ln Estates, Freehold and Leasehold fi^0 property, Live and Dead Farming Vat f^seihold Furniture, etc. NATIONS for Tenant Eight, Probate Ijfir^^age Purposes. lXJEIES carefully prepared and ax- RENTS COLLECTED. 1* a°d Insurance Agents for the Offices. If'vr Offices: ^-T-FTNWENT, LLANEWST, and •GHAMBEES, LLANGEFNI. 15294 MONDAY, AUGUST 8TH, 1910. TALYCAFN MART. it*E&IODlCAL SALE OF 20 p 20 Bullocks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls. IS Vrn £ Cows and Heifers. JfiBO J^re Cattle. Sfy) p,a'; Cross-bred Lambs. at Wether and Ewes. Calves. Sale at 12.30 o'clock. ^ELIMXNABY ANNOUNCEMENT. VOELAS HALL FARM. l^rpAL fiALE will take place on Til UBS- SEPTEMBER 15th, 1910. 28227p V^JVU- John Pritchard. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. TOWN OF CONWAY. 4*ORTA.NT SALE of FREEHOLD PRO- ?Tjt including a FULLY LICENSED he -61C-IIOUSE, situate in the Best Bua- 014 Part of the Town, within easy digtxnoe the lost Office and Railway Station. .'TOJIN PRITCHARD is favoured with 111,?triictious, as above, to OFFER FOR 144 A.UCTION at the CASTLE HOT-JEL, on FRIDAY, the 19th day a ,kkt 8'1'- 1910, at 'I'hree o'?6lock in the at'-t-er- th, (';Ubj,(?,-t to the C?..dit-.(>ns of Sale to kle4 arid there produced), ADZ Ithat Freaold Messuage or Dwelling- th?"Iltil lately a Licensed House), known "CROWN INN," situate in High- Al" 13,ovf -unoccupied. that Frech<ii4i Messuage or Dwelling- situate and bein N 18, -dlgll- and adjoini2ig tie 'O*t namd pro- tl'w in the occupation of Mrs Cor&lis ta* three Freehold C!ottages, situated ,&1,, OVV?IT- N-E, uow unoccupied. 4 that Fully Fre&old Licensed Pubbt?- -k La,a,u 0-n as the "BOOT INN," situe,.f- r-squ?are, in the <>cc-apation of M-vs garet D ug-all. that Mo -nown pLA., CIzuage or DweUing-houze k OC)M TEXPERA.NCF,, situate i-n and adj.i.ing the last ?%?l-Nrty, in tlie occupation of 'hoaiw uxther particulars, apply to- W. HUG14 Solicitor, to Conway; MR E. E. BONE, Solicitor, IAandudno; tf r, 28089p ,kTj Inr Charles Morgan, '?-'TIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, OOLVVVN BAY AUCTION MART, COLW'YN BAY. .'t""l?RTAKM SAIM f HOUSE, I'RO- t?Ql?Z7aTY, LRV-E d DEA.D FARMING IEOUSMOLD FURNITURE, Elt- kT?Q;;D BAIELIFF. RENM COI#- ■^CATED BAILIFF. RENTS COL- ? LECTED. <?? ??TORIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. Oft. w J. COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. ^^31. 106. 21361p j^j^^Vlr H. F. Ashby, ^0TL|ONEER and LICENSED APPRAISER. LAND, ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. ANTRAL AUCTION MART, UCWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYF4 DAY. ,y AUCTION and VALUATIONS ai "IlBoh-old House amd Slwperopwty, Buiki- LB,W aad Estates, laive and L)ead karm- F4 HotL%ebold Furniture, etc), eto. IJA-TIONS for M(>rtgaiM Probate, Buid- Iransfers, Hotels. eto. 'reutoxies cwef ul ly prepared and examined. for the principal Insuranc,- Gomp-i 'D AJ? -? T PERSONAT ATTEN-.rION GIVEN MATTER& SALE ACOOUNI'S SETTLED THE ()LL4jWlNG THE SALE. ;k?Sfi-d B-la under the I- -1 DiW,, 11 "dtu,?nt At. to Let? Furniahed or Unfurnished. "8*-Ile AuctioiL Mart will ho Open I)afly EnUim for Sale. CIO Alr Matthew Ryan. U (IGT?ONEER, VALUER, FSTA.TE AGENT yeais with the la/be Mr Geo. F. Felton, C?art.Lfied Railidf under the Law of Amendment Act, Englaod amd waam. 14YA.N is prepared to undmrtake Sales a,ud Valustmw in any distmet, aloo -Des -dc-d t,) offi mwonswe tetma. POA 27 years he has been employed Qlla,ti? at lead.-ing County 1ELougm and od tbxoughout the mx c-.(>unties cd Wales ilk- wheie aaso has axranged some cd tF.t:t Sades in those oounties. gaven. Prompt souio. ments. TA ST. OPP-&- th- ay st&t4on)? 173. LLANDUDNO. C. Wesley Haslam, °*>eer, Surveyor, Valuer. Land and Rur^ Estate Aerent. by AUCTION and VAIiUATION of I St. »"roP!Qrty, Farming Stocks, Fumnilture, 1 ^°imedLate Settlements. Valuations for Mortgage,Tramsfer, and under the '^tural Holdings Act. Properties and H^1083 sold by Private TreaJfcy. Mort- n^cAiated. Properties and Estates ^^fsrvvj in<ma^oti' Rents colAeated; Aoconnts J^d to suit CBients' oonnesiaeovoe. Tii- taken and checked. Surreys, Maps, ■ eto., for any purposec Building laid otrt. Diiapidation surveyed. "Vw ftftoes effected tlutragih any of the prin- ^r. lora- Enquiries Divited. F; CENTIiAJ'j AUCTION Md ESTATE 5 OFFICES i felt JOVVN HALL GHAMBERS, 70. 1 I « I < Mr. F. A. Dew. AUCTIONEER, LAND AGENT, Etc. THE PROPERTY MART, I COLWYN BAY. ESTABLISHED 1888. FRIDAY, the 12th AUGUST, 1910. To Close a Trust. Re EVAN ROBERTS, Deceased. TOWN OF COLWYN BAY. OLD COLWYN and RHOS-ON-SEA. MOST IMPORTANT and ATTRACTIVE SALE of HIGHLY VALUABLE FREE- HOLD, COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, BUILDING LAND, Etc. R P. A. DEW is favoured with in,truo- ? d tions to OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the HOTEL METROPOLE, COLWYN BAY, on FRIDAY, the 12th AUGUST, 1910, at 3.30 p.m. precisely (subject to Con- ditions of Sale, and the right to withdraw any of the Lots which may be previously sold by Private Treaty), the fol- lowing VALUABLE FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, AND CENTRAL FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, DWELLING-HOUSES, Etc., viz.: Lot L-.All that Highly Valuable FIRST- CLASS SHOP with DWELLING-HOUSE over, known as COMPTON HOUSE, now occupied by Messrs Evan E. Roberts and Thomas Owen Roberts, Butchers, as tenants thereof, and most centrally situated in ABERGELE-ROAD, and within a dozen yards of the top of Station-road, Colwyn Bay afore- said. Lot 2.—All that very Central and Valuable FREEHOLD SHOP with DWELLING- HOUSE over, now occupied by Messrs Nel- son's, Ltd., Butchers, splendid]y_ plswsed m CON WAY-ROAD, almost opposite Penxhyn- road, Colwyn Bay aforesaid. Lot. 3. — All that well-built Modern and Central FREEHOLD SHOP with DWELL- ING tiOUSE over, and SLAUGHTER- HOUSE and STABLES at the r-ear, known as BODFEIRIG, ABERGELE-ROAD, OLD COL VYN, now tenanted by the afore- mar ioned, Messrs Evan E. Roberts and Tho- m3t hren Roberts, Butchers, and occupying orn; A the Finct-t Business Positions in Old Colv Tm. I.c'. 4.—All that Highly Valuable FREE- lIOrD PLOT of COMMERCIAL BUILDING LAf i), situated in the Centre of OLD OOL- WYN, facing ABERGELE-ROAD at its junction with CEFN-ROAD, and immediately opposite the Ship Hotel; now in hand, and containing 53 2 Square Yards or thereabouts. This is undoubtedly the finest Commercial I Building Site in Old Colwyn. Lot 5.—The most important and CENTRAL PLOT of FREEHOLD COMMERCIAL BUILDING LAND still remaining unbuilt upon at liHOS-ON-SEA, containing 168is Square Yards or thereabouts, with splendid frontages to 3.HOS-ROAD and EVERARD- POAD. r Jiand 4 ripe for ira- metfiate development. I Lot 6.—All those TWO FREEHOLD RE- SIDENCES, known as Nos. 3 and 4, FRON- TERRACE, OLD COLWYN, aforesaid. Lots 7 and 8.—All those TWO FREEHOLD RESIDENCES, known as No. 9, CHURCH WALKS, and ROSE HILL COTTAGE, OLD COLWYN, aforesaid. Lot 9.—Ail that FREEHOLD PLOT of BUILDING LAND, situate in CHURCH WALKS, OLD COLWYN, aforesaid, and near m^ Va,A 'J,&.8.u.. u "¡'A' ..L'A. Lot 0. that Leasehold DWELLING- HOUSE, known as CROWN COTTAGE, PEN- SARN, ABERGELE. Further particulars and plans in due course, or in the meantime of MR J. W. HUGHES, Solicitor, CONWAY, or of the Auctioneer, The Property Marl., Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay. Dated Auction amd Estate Agency Offices, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay, 6th July, 1910. TUESDAY, the 16th AUGUST, 1910. By Order of the Executors. VILLAGE OF DWYGYFYLCHI. ONE MILE AND A HALF FROM PEN- MAENMAWR. MAEN'MAWR. F. A. DEW is favoured with instrue- W tions, as above, to SELL by AUCTION at the MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, PEN- MAENMAWR, on TUESDAY, the 16th AUGUST, 1910, at 6.30 p.m. precisely (sub- ject to certain Conditions), all that most attractive Freehold Property known as THE DWYGYFYLCHI POST OFFICE, situated on the Conway Old-road, in the Vil- lage of Dwygyfylchi .aforesaid. The property consists of the Post Offioe (officially known as "Capelulo Post Office"), with Village Shop and Storeroom over, and a substantially stone-built Residence attached thereto, which is always well let to Visitors in the summer, and the charmingly situated and well-known Tea Grounds, which are quite a feature of the property, together with a small but prolific Kitchen Garden, situated near, but on the other side of Conway Old- road, the whole forming a small but choice Freehold Property in the midst of some of the most charmin and picturesque scene to b.0 fou .7 If?ere in Wales, and which includ.es such -nzted beauty spots as the Fairy Glen and the Sychnant Pass. For further particulars, apply to Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Colwyn Bay, Conway, Penmaenmawr, and Llanrwst; or to the Auctioneer, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay. 28098p PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TANY-FRON. One Mile from Penmaenmawr, and RaJ1 mile from the Village of Dwygyfylchi. 7V/TR F. A. DEW will OFFER for SALE by AUCTION, at the MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, PENMAENMAWR, at an early date, the above FREEHOLD RESIDENCE, situated on the Old Penmaenmawr Road, be- tween Penmaenmawr and Dwygyfylchi afore- said, and facing the New Golf Links. Further particulars in due course, or in the meantime of Mr J. W. Hughes, Solicitor, Conway, or of the Auctioneer, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay. Messrs. Wm. Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. CAXTON BUILDINGS, BANGOR (Head Office), and TRINITY-SQUARE, LLANDUDNC6 Tak^r&iiis:—Dewson, Bangor. Ttttopfemve No. 13. Pwfyv limxindno. Telephone No^ 41. Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock Sales- men, House and Estate Agents. Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Carriages, Harness, eto. Entry Forms and Condition! on application. Sales by Auction and Valuation? of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc.. Houses to Let, Furnished, or Unfurnished. Agenta for Fire and Life, Personal Aocident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p CAERGRAIG MART, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16th. SALE of DAIRY and STORE CATTLE, FAT and STORE SHEEP and LAMBS (Ewes and Lambs). COUNTY OF DENBIGH. IN THE PARISHES OF EGLWYSBACH & GWYTHERIN. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD PROPERTIES. IVTESSRS BLACKWALL, HAYES and CO. 1TX OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the VICTORIA HOTEL, LLANRWST", on TUESDAY, AUGUST 16th, 1910, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions to be then and there produced), Lot 1.—All that very Valuable FREEHOLD FARM called or known as FFRTTHLON, Situate in the Parish of Eglwysbach, in the County of Denbigh, and comprising 35 Acres or thereabouts, and now in the occupation of Mr Robert Williams. The Farm, which is in >a good state of cultivation, is situate close to the Village of Eglwysbach, and about four miles from Llanrwst. The House, stone built and slated, ooatains the following accom- modation A Parlour, Kitchen, two Bod- rooms, Daily aid Bakehouse. The Out- buildings oomprise: A Two-stall Stable, Cow- house, with six ties, halves Pen, two Pigstyes, Cart Shed, Barn, etc;. Possession of the Land will be given up on November 30th next with the House Buildings and Boozy Pasture on 1st May, 1910. Lot 2.—All those Throe FIELDS or PAR- CELS OF LAND called or known by the name of CAE-YR-GRAIG, CAE-YR-LLWYN, CAEAU BYCHAIN, and ERW FWYNOG, with Cottage thoreon, situate in the Parish of Gwytherin, in the County of Denbigh, and containing together 18 acres 2 roods and 1 perch, and now or lately in the occupation of Mr Robert Thomas. For further particulars apply as to Lot I to J. L. Hagr, lCequire, Solicitor, Central Buildings, Li perpool, or as to both Lots to ANEURIN (i. EVANS, Esq., Solicitor, Denbigh, or to the Auctioneers at Llanrwst. 28228p Mr. vhas. P. 5hcff!eld. ABERGELE SMITHFIELD. MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 8th, 1910. THE NORTH WALES LAMB MARKET. ILAS. P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by C RICHARD PEARCE) will- SELL by AUCTION 1000 Head of Fat and Store Cattle, Calves, Sheep, Lambs, and Pigs. Large Buyers will attend from a distance. There being no Sales in the district last week, a good demand and a sharp ttade may be ex- pected. Sale at 12.30. Also, will be SOLD, after the Cattle, the Property of Mr Hugh Hughes, Pe.nygroes- ffondd, the well-bred Pony Stallion BERK- LEY GEORGE n. (6208), foaled 1907, dark bay, white sire Berkley George HSB vol. 21, dam by Alonzatbe Brave (HSB) 222, bred of Gwthian, Aberderson; quiet to ride and drive. Full particulars at Sale time. TO BUILDERS, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. RHUDDLAN, FLINTSHIRE. ILAS. A.. S.IIEPFTFT F.A.I., has been C instruaed to SELL BY PUBLIC AU43. TION, subject to Conditions of Sale, the NEW INN, RHUDDLAN, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 23rd, all that Valuable Block of FREEHOLD PROPERTY, occupying one of the most prominent positions in the main thoroughfare of the town, and lately known as the Black Hotel, together with the G,axden, stables, Shi P* ries, etc., PLUS, 1-99*1 The Property in the t in-stance will be offered in one lot, and then if not disposed of will be divided into seven lots, and sold as per plan, which may be obtained 14 days prior to Sale from the Auctioneer, at his Office, High-street, Mold, or GLadstone Build- ings, RhyL Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons. ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5th, at 12.30 prompt. TjTOANK LLOYD and SONS have Grand Entries to hand for this Sale. More respectfully invited. Grand trade. Cash Sale. 28164p Messrs G. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16, STATION-ROAD, OOLWYN BAY, TELEPHONE NO. 27. QALES and Valuations of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probates, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade Stocks, etc. FiTe Loss Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offices. Mortgages negotiated. Invembories prepared amd examined. Prompt attention given to -ill matters with IMMEDIATE SETTLE- MENTS. 19834p Mr. 5. Johnston, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AGENT, VALUER, INSURANCE AGENT, OFFICE and SALE ROOM, SEA VIEW CRESCENT. COLWYN BAY. CJALES BY AUCTION of HOUSES, FURNI- £ 3 TURE, STOCK, FIXTURES, Etc., on Business-like lines. Prompt Settlements. Certificated Bailiff (Law of Distress Amend- ment Act). Rents collected. <- Sale Room-Oommodious and Easy of Access. JEeleghono 119 (with extension to ídellce). PUBLIC NOTICES. at NoncE Is nu'EBY Gyv-EN th PA-RTNE:RSHIP heretofoi-e rubs- t' isting between us the undersigned FANNY THOMP- SON and MARIANNE JANE GALLAWAY ROBERTS carrying" on business as the NORTH WALES NURSES CO-OPERATIVE ASSO- CIATION at COLWYN BAY under the styJe or firm of the NORTH WALES NURSES OO-OPERATTVE ASSOCIATION has been DISSOLVED BY MUTUAL CONSENT as and from the Seventh day of JULY, 1910. All DEBTS due to and owing by the said late firm will be received and paid by the said FANNY THOMPSON. Dated 7th day of July 1910. FANNY THOMPSON. 28201p M. GALLAWAY ROBERTS. VALE OF CONWAY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE FORTIETH ANNUAL SHOW of Horses, Turnouts, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs. Dogs, Poul- try, Pigeons, Cage Birds. Rabbits, Butter and Honey, will be held at GWYDYR PARK, LLANRWST, ON THURSDAY, AUG. 18th, 1910. President: O. ISGOED JONES, Esq., J.PHPlas-yn-dre, Llanrwst. Vice-President: D. W. EVANS, Esq., Brjrnmorfydd Mawr. Grand Jumping Competition Open to all Comers First Prize, X12 Second Prize, X5 Third Prize, .£:1. Trotting Match and Pony Race. The Show of Dogs will be held under the Kennel Club's Licensing Regulations, and "Old Calabar" will Bench and Feed the Exhibits. Entries positively Close on TUESDAY, AUG. 9th, except for the Jumping a.ud Trotting, for which En- tries will be received up to 12 o'clock on the Show Day ALSO, HORTICULTURAL SECTION In a Large Tent oa the Show Ground. CHEAP TRAINS (for particulars see Railway Company's Announcements. ADMISSION 1/ Gatos Open 10 o'clock a.m. Sohedule of Prizes, Entry Forms, &c., can be ob- tained from H. J. W. WATL1NG, Secretary, Llan- rwat. 28169p DENBIGHSHIRE & FLINTSHIRE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY'S ANNUAL SHOW WILL BE HELD ON Thursday Next, Aug. nth, igio, AT MOLD. RECOHD ENTRIES in Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Pigs, Dogs, Poultry, Pigeons, Butter, Cheese, Eggs, Bread, Honey, &c. Also, Implements, Carriages, Machinery in Motion, &c. Open Driving aud Leaping Competitions, Including many Winners at the late Royal and International Shows. ADMISSION-8 aum. to 12 Noon 2/6 Each. j 12 Noon to 5 p.m., 1/- „ To Covered Grand Stand, which will Scat over 2,000—2/- Centre Portion Each End, 1/- FOR CHEAP BOOKINGS to and from Mold for this Show see Railway Co.'s Bills at your Station. THOMAS WELSBY, SECRETARY. RHYL. ROLLER SKATING. LLANDUDNO HIPPODROME MORNING SESSION, 10.30 to 12.30. Ad-mdasion No charge. Skates One Shilling. (OT one Skate Contract ticket). AFTERNOON SESSION, 2 to 5. Admission Sixpence. Skates One Shilling. (or one Skate Oonsfcract ticket). Ladies' Tickets, including admission and Skates, One Shilling. EVENING SESSION, 7.30 to 10.30 p.m. Admission Sixpence. (or one Contract ticket). Skates One Shilling. (or one Skate Contract ticket). CONTRACT TICKET. Six Admissions or Six Skates, Four Shill- ings. CINDERELLA, AUGUST 10th. 7.30 to 11 p.m. Prices far Gemtatemem: Admaission, 13; Skatea, Is. LaAL-es:-A,dniisajorl. 6d; Skates, l3. Contract tickets not available. Queen's Skating Rink, RHYL. OPEN DAILY, MQrning, I Afternoon, Evening, 10.30 I 2.30 7*30. Band at each Session Admission. Threepence. Hire of Skates, il- Ladies admitted free Morning and Afternoon if Skate Ticket is purchased, QUEEN'S PICTURE THEATRE. THE LATEST PICTURES HUMOROUS AND INTERESTING AT INTERVALS THROUGHOUT THE DAY Admission to Rink and Picture Theatre, 3d. CHESTER and LEE'S MARIONETTE ENTERTAINMENTS at INTERVALS during the DAY. DANCING EACH EVENING. NEW PAVILION AND MARIN Lessees and Managers WEEK, AI HERR STANISLAUS WURM A] VIENNES. At 11-30 a.m., 7-4 "THE TATLERS," in their hum< ADMISSION—(Gardens and Pavilion), 3d. Stand Ring, GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT—Vo PRICES—2/ 3PBCIAL Aug. 8th: Aft and Ire.— I BOYAL WJSLSH LADIES' CHOIR. 1 PUBUC NOTICES. LLANDUDNO PIER COMPANY (LIMITED). Secretary mr. Samuel Hugha. THE PIER COMPANY'S POPULAR CONCERTS. Morning at 11 Evening at 7-45. 0 PIER COMPANY'S ORCHESTRA Conductor: MR. ARTHUlt W. PAYNE. Deputy-Conductor: MR. WALTER HAIGH. AUG. 6th to 8th, MISS GERTRUDE BLOMFIELD (Soprano). AUG. 9th to 12th, MISS CECILE VICARS (Contralto). FOURTEENTH GRAND SPECIAL CONCERT Saturday, AUG. 6th, MADAME KIRKBY LUNN (Contralto). MISS GERTRUDE BLOMFIELD (Sopiano). EEKLY TICKETS, 316 and 51-; MONTH- W LY. 161- and 121-. ADMISSION TO PIER, 9 to 12-30 noon (during Concert), 3d 12-30 to 6 p.m., 2d.; after 6 p.m., 6d. SPECIAL CONCERTS: Admission, Ii-; Front Seats, IJ- extra. —SACRED CONCERT— On SUNDAY, at 8.15 p.m. RHYL TOWN HALL. GOMEZ (The great Spanish Violinist) THE ALEXANDRA LADIES' QUARTETTE. Miss Hughes Pope, Miss Lillian Berger, Miss Flora Maine, Aliss May Proctor, and Mr Ivor Walters (the new Tenor) TOWN HALL, RHYL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST loth, at 8 p.m. Plan and Tickets at Wadsworths', Water Street. THE GREAT HOLIDAY OF THE YFARI Shrewsbury Great Floral Fete WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, AUGUST 17th and 18th, 1910. GORGEOUS FLOWER SHOW. Nothing approaching it in Great Britain. XI,200 IN CASH PRIZES. By perJIl.læl0.n T.he Ma.guifioent Full Ba.nds of H.M. ROYAL ARTILLERY, Woolwich (56 performers), H.M. COLDSTREAM GUARDS (56 performers), PLAYING ALTERNATELY & COMBINED, 112 PERFORMERS. Only time out of London. AND OTHER BANDS. Marvellous Pea-formanccs by THE GREATEST ARTISTES OF THE DAY including- 40 SEPARATE PERFORMANCES. Great HORSE LEAPING COMPETITIONS, £ 100 IN PRIZES. GRAND BALLOON ASCENTS AND BALLOON RACES. MAGNIFICENT DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS Special Novelties by Wilder. DMI,"SION: WEDNL? SDAY at ONE A OMOCK, 2s 6d. TUL-RSDAY, sal day, from ELEVEN, lB. SPECIAL TRAINS at Excursion Fares from Colwyn, North Wales, and all parts. H. W. ADNFIT. -rx o W. W. NAUNTON, n' Secs- 28177p ILY L. & ix.W.!Zl "IE BUSIRM 3 MZA5WE U i GRAND DAY TRIPS TO DUBLIN, KINGSTOWN, AND BRAY. MONDAY, AUGUST 8th, and FRIDAY, AUGUST 26th. /LD OOLWYN, depart 7.5 a.m.; Colwyn Bay, 7.10; Llandudno, 7.0; Llandudno Junction, 7.20; Conway, 7.25; Penmaenmawr, 7.35; Llanfairfechan, 7.40; Bangor, 7.55; Menai Bridge, 8.0; Gaerwen, 8.10; Rhosneigr, 8.25; Holyhead, 9.15; due Kingstown 12.0 noon; Dublin (Westland Row), 12.35 p.m.; and Bray, 1.24 p.m. Returning from Bray 6.0 p.m.; Dublin (Westland Row), 6.15 p m and Kingstown, 7.0 p.m. Return Third-Class Fares :—From Holyhead to Kingstown, 5s; to Wesland Row and Bray, 5s 6d. From Bangor, Menai Bridge, and Gaerwen to Kingstown, 5s 6d; to Westland Row and Bray, tis. From all other Stations to Kingstown, 6s; to Westland Row gnd Bray, 6s 6d. For further particulars, see small bills.- FRANK REE,. General Manager, Euston Station, London, Aug., 1910. 2lp E GARDENS RHYL Messrs. BAKING BROS. JGUST 8th, ND THE CELEBRATED WHITE. E BAND, (5 p.m., and 9 p.m. arous Entertainment at 3 and 8 p.m. Pavilion Seats, 3d., 6d. and 1/- extra; Band Chairs, 2d. CALIST: MR J. WATKIN HUGHES (tenor) il-, and 6d. EVENTS. Aug. 11th: Evening- BRILLIANT DISPLAY OF FIBS WORKS a NOTICE. A PICTURESQUE GARDEN FAIR WILL BE HELD IN THE PRIVATE GROUNDS OF KINMEL PARK, ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST lotk (Instead of AUGUST nth as previously announced). PROCEEDS IN AID OF THE SOCIETY FOR WAIFS & STRAY3 (NORTH WALES BRANCH). LADY NAYLOR LEYLAND has kindly promised to perform the OPENING CEREMONY. In the course of the Afternoon an Entertainment and Concert will be given in the Ball Room, and the Gardens thrown open to Visitors The Stallholders will inclfldtf- Mrs Williams Wynn and Miss Wynn. Cefn The Hon. Mrs Laurence Brodrick and Miss Daisy Brodrick The Hon. Mary Hughes assisted by Miss Charlton Mrs J. E. Mellor assisted by Mr Geoffrey and Miss Nancy Mellor Mrs Neville Hampson Miss Frances Hughes and Miss Vanda Charlton Miss Hcratia Hughes and Miss Dorothy Devereux Miss Foolkes AND OTHERS. Any Ladies interested in the Society who are willing to undertake a small Stall—kindly cornmomU cate with Miss FRANCES HUGHES (Kinmu Park), Hon. Sec. for St. Asaph R.D. THE "FAIR" will open punctually at 2-30. ENTRANCE—1/- till 5 o'clock; from 5 to 7, 6d. j Children, Half-price. CONTRIBUTIONS OF ALL KINDS WILL BE MOST ACCEPTABLE. Weather permitting, TEA will be prepared en the Terrace, under the Management et Mrs Aitken, Bodelwyddan, 28165P PIER PAVILION, LLANDUDNO. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 6th, at 3. THE EVENT OF THE SEASON. FIRST APPEARANCE IN LLANDUDNO OF MADAME MELBA THE WORLD'S QUEEN OF SONG. LAST APPEARANCE IN ENGLAND PRIOR TO HER VISIT TO AMERICA. SUPPORTED BY MISS EVELYN DOYLE, l MR. FREDI!RICK BRANDOFC MEZZO-SOPRANO. SOLO PIANOFORTE. Mp MISS ISABEL LETHAN 30HN LEMMONE, SOW "OLM, SOW IFLUTE. MR. LANDON RONALFT, TILE FAMOUS CONDUCTOR & COMPOSER. TICKETS—RESERVED STALLS, io/6, 7/6 & 5/- UNRESERVED, 3/ ADMISSION, 2/6. AT BOX OFFICE, PIER PAVILION. —Pi ——9 PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, Evory Afternoon at 3. Every Night at 8. HARRY FAmous ANTMATED PICTURES REYNOLDS' For Three Days Only, V e-ti iei- ray Next, at-3 & 8, Expensive Engagement mag- int Film- THE CHESTER PAGEANT. Don't Miss this Treat, ia addition to the usual Programme. Last Three Days of the Week-Thursday. Friday and Saturday, August 11th, 12th and 13th, The Famous Musical Comedy THE CINGALEE." BOHEMIA," EAST PROMENADE. DAILY AT II, 3 & 7-45- HARRY REYNOLDS' SERENADERS WHAT EVERYONE IS SAYING- A REMARKABLY VARIED AND INTERESTINB SHOW. Don't Miss Next Saturday Night's Programme- Somethi n g very Special. On all Wet Afternoons and Evenings in the Public Hall with the Animated Pictures. 'f PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. FOR THREE NIGHTS ONLY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST nth, 12th & 13th. HARRY REYNOLDS Has much pleasure in presenting HALDANE CRICHTON'S FAMOUS COM- PANY in the GREAT MUSICAL COMEDY- "THE CINGALEE," SUPPORTED BY FORTY TALENTED ARTISTES. SPLENDID COSTUMES & SCENIC EFFECTS. RESERVED STALLS, 3/ ADMISSION, 2/- & 1/ Booking at FLEET'S MUSIC STORES. Doors Open 7-30. Commence at 8. Carriages 10-30. QATLIN'S PIERROT ARCADIA, WEST PROMENADE COLWYN BAY. HIGH-CLASS ENTERTAINMENTS Three Times Daily at the above Arcadia, at 11 a.m., 3 and 8 p.m. Wet or Fine. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock, CHILDREN'S MUSICAL AFTERNOON When Every Child will be Presented with a MUSICAL INSTRUMENT, and at a Signal by Mr FRERE, they are ALL REQUESTED TO JOIN IN THE CHORUS. Friday Night at8 o'clock, GRAND REQUEST CONCERT (Please send Requests as early as possible to Mr. PRYCE-DAVIS at the Box Office). SATURDAY NIGHT AT 8 O'CLOCK, GRAND SPECIAL CONCERT. Box Office Open Daily-ro to 12-30 noon & 3 to 5 p.m., where Seats can be Bjoked. Numbered and Reserved Seats, gd. Unreserved, 6d. Ordinary, 4d. Doors Open 7-30 Commence 8 p.m. Carriages 10 p.m. Mr. SIDNEY FRERE, Managing Director. W. A. PRYCE-DAVI*, Business Manager* THE BEACH PAGODA, PROMENADE, RHYL. GILBERT ROGERS' JOVIAL JESTERS I PERFORM DAILY AT II, 3 nd 6-30. A Troupe of First-Class Artistes. A Feast of Song, Dance & Original Humour Chanee of Programme Dail/e Fourth Season in RhyL