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Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI, Nat. Tel. 15. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. 1:6??ed 1853. N-DEP.TAliE Sales of lande(I and Bu-ild- I tT ilag K,,tates, 1reehold and L*azelold la(,u P-ioperty, Li,e and Dead Faxulimg Stoer, liouo&oid Furniture, ete. VALUATIONS for Tenant Right, Probate Mortgage Purposes. IN VENTORIES carefully prepared and 3X- 4rainled. RENTS COLLECTED. life and Fire Insurance Agents for the •"Bading Offices. Offices: TY'N-Y-FYNWENT, LLANRWST, and CEFNI CHAMBERS, LLANGEFNI- 15294 FRIDAY, AUGUST 26th, 1910. POST OFFICE, TALYCAFN. IMPORTANT SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, Well-Har- *»ted HAY, DAIRY UTENSILS, together the Surplus HOUSEHOLD F U RNI- *DRE and EFFECTS, The Property of the ♦ate David Hughes (deceased). Usual Credit. Sal-e at Twelve o'clock noon. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1910. TALYCAFN MART. .PERIODICAL SALE OF Fat Cross-bred Lambs. Fat Ewes. Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls. Calving Cows and Heifers. Store Bullocks and Heifers. Fat Calves. Ba. at 12.30 prompt. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. VOELAS HALL FARM. N?N UAL SALE;! take place on THURS- 4k Z71 DAY, SEFREMBER l??, 1910. 211221p PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. "AT AN EARLY DATE." ksALE of all those Desirable FREEHOLD PRIVATE RESIDENCES ku<)wn as 13LL7A,ONT' and "BRYNH-YFRYD," to- 'r with the BitL'd?ug Land adjoining, lez,?tiltuate in TOWYN. Now in the respec- tive egars R. Greenfield, J. <)Ccupation of M hiorgan, and G. S. Yeoman. particulars will appear in due boul in the inlantime "pply to Messrs Amph.le.tt and Jonev3, ;?k;iicitor8, C<)n- C-olv?ii Bay, and Ll"rwst; or to th-e Llaurwst. Mr George Gaunt. 1'0 CLOSE A TRUST. ABERGELE, NORTH WALES. th-o xi-0lyil0U<i *■* uixti .uOlKi&li North-Western Railway Co., and in near neighbourhood of Rhyl, Colwyn ay> aJid Llandudno. ^^ORTANT TO TANNERS AND FELL- ANGERS, CHEMICAL MANUFAC- TURERS, BUILDERS, etc. RD GEORGE GAUNT has received in- 6tructions to SELL by AU(,'rION, on '40liDAY 29t)l AUGUST, 1910, %t the BEE TLOT.EL ,;Lteu A-BERGELE, at 3 o'cl?,ock-, all th*so '81'vo Pr,eL-old Premises and NV<)rks Wu as the "PE-NISA'.RDRE TANNERY," altuatl-l in Wa;ber-street, Abergole, and now in t'?e of the Abergele Tannery Co., premi&es are fully equipped for th-o 1ef- of a Tanner and k'eibmonger, as now I-ed on, and having the valuable asset of P-L WATER from th?o River Gele, abut- "g th n, are admirabl t?4- ereo _v adapted for ?-caliscap, amd Manufactures of a -Zr rwter. cn,O propert3, and business, t(>gether with bal ?iA.CMN-EIZY and PLANT, iv-ill :first be In 0D.-o lot, as a going concern, and if os, F,,D divr"d of, the FREFIIOLD will be SEP-A?RATELY. If sold as a going eern, tho Purchaser may, if he so dei3ires, the Stock at a Valuati<)-n, in the al way. area of the land is 4Z13 square yards Urt.h'er-zb-ts, amd has a froutag-D to Water- X*eet of 192 feet. iz,p Uxther particulars may be had at the from the Auctioneer, 25, Lord- Li-r?-1,-Telopbo-: 3536 Bank, anls* 'R-trum," Liverpool; or from -T. Ga-lin, Solicit?or, Rhyl. Mr George Perkins. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27th, 1910. U THE ^OYAL SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, N. WALES. highly Important Sale of Six CapitaJ Har- 'left ilorses, three Co??tly Landai?, two '?rQ-ma& P3mi,lY and Station 'BU-AM three 'C4Pital W-aggonettes, L?Ixod;ent Brak,e, two P'"Y-ru-uni,ng Victorias, well-niade Liver- POO-' G*, tw?o Exwlk-nt limrse ,8, two well_ tftd,O 13rDughanis, Deg Ca-rt, Supea?or Sets Or' harness, "-addlerY, Chaff-(?utting Itachine, Stable Utensils, Pig-,skin liunt- 1119 ???ddlc, also -a Crossley's Patent "Otto" Cx?? Engine and Fitt-ings, etc., wbdeh ¡[R GEORGE PERKINS has received in- Structions from J. K. Crispin FsI., tD LbY PUBLIC AUt-nO.N, on ihe above Pr?Zg- Terms: Cash. Sale to c<>mmence at I ,lock prompt. a ]Por furth-er particu.la-,s amd Catalogaes ?A PPl?, at the Hotel, or to th-o Auctiumoer, ai le Offices Abergel-o and Rhyl Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN BAY AUCTION MART, COLWYN BAY. ltJNDliliTAKES SALES of HOUSE, PRO. PERTY, LIVE and DEAD FARMING bav>CK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. S^TIFICATED BAILIFF. RENTS COL- LECTED. tNVENToRIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. ()Hices: COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOW T,-l. 106. 2136i, p L.()LWYN BAY AUCTION ROOM. TUESDAY NEXT, AUGUST 30th. ^L^~R CHARLES MORGAN will conduct the FC-RRT, USUAI WEEKLY SALE of HOUSEHOLD 2S £ NITUEE' PICTURES, CARPETS. 5 £ ~SICAL INSTRUMENTS, BICYCLES, etc., WjTLERY and ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, f«o a Consignment of VASES, which must Sold Without Reserve. Sale at Two o clock prompt. Goods on view Morning of Sale. 2S3S4p Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, at Two o'clock. IN AND NEAR ABERGELE AND RHUDDLAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE AGRI- CULTURAL LAND, BUSINESS PRE- MISES, BUILDING SITES, and COT- I TAGES. RANK LLOYD and SONS will OFFER F FOR SALE BY IUCTI'ON, at the TOWN HALL, ABERGELE, The Valuable Block of BUSINESS PRE- MISES known as the TOWN HALL BUILD- INGS, ABERGELE, comprising the Town Hall, the City and Midland Bank premises, and Shops occupied by Mr Millward, Draper, and Mr Davies, Grocer, together with several Cottages at the rear. Seven Valuable ACCOMMODATION FIELDS and Two COTTAGES nearly adjoin- ing the Abergele, Rhuddlan and St. Asaph main road. Valuable BUILDING SITES in KINMEL- AVENUE and ALEXANDRA-ROAD, and PASTURE FIELD adjoining the Tennis Club Ground at Pensarn. Valuable ACCOMMODATION LAND, about 62 Acres, in two lots, known as TY- COCH and being part of TY GWYN FARM. Valuable ACCOMMODATION LAND, about 62 Acres, in four Fields, situate at TOWYN TILERY, half a mile from Foryd Station. SMALL HOLDING, known as MORFA LODGE, close to Rhuddlan Station, with valuable Accommodation Fields adjoining. Eminently adopted for Small Holdings front- ing on to the St. Asaph and Abergeie-road. t. I Plans and par icu,.ars prepar.ing from th-o Aucti-on-6er,3, Wrexham; Mr Foulkes, Estat-e Office, Kinmel; or Messrs Birch, Cullimore and Douglas, Chester. sr. ASAPH SMITH FIELD. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 1910. "jCIRANK LLOYD and SONS have -*■ Entries to hand for this Sale. More respectfully invited. Grand trade. Cash Sale. 28164p Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, F.A.I. (Assisted by RICHARD PEARCE), GENERAL AUCTIONEERS. Expert Valuers and Advisers under the New Finance Act. SHEFFIELD and MR PEARCE, hav- ing made a comprehensive Study of the above complicated Act, and having al- ready been retained by some of the largest Land and Property Owners in North "\V a ,>s and the Border Counties, now beg to otter I their Services to Local Property Owners. Terr ,no upon ai)plicxtion lro-m their Offices, GLADS?,ROSE liUlLDTNGS,, RHY-L. (Tel. 60). 28388p i;: I'IONEER. Valuer, House. Certificated Bailiff (assisted by RICHARD I PEARCE), is now booking suitable dates for .the AUTUMN FURNITURE SALES. Low Terms. Personal attention. All Sales, large or small, settl-ed on day of Sale. Offices, Gladstone Buildings (near Station), Rhyl. (Tel. 60). 28389p ABERGELE SMITHFIELD. THE NORTH WALES LAMB MARKET. MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 29th, 1910. PHAS. P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by RICHARD PEARCE) will SELL BY AUCTION, 1000 HEAD of FAT and STORE CATTLE, CALVES, SHEEP, LAMBS, and PIGS. Large Buyers from a distance always this market. Always a good supply -and demand. More Stock wanted for regi?df icustomffrs it- te,nding. n-e most convenient maxl-.et for Bu (?7rs in lqortjl Wales. reat An -nual Sale of Store Cattle and Store Sheep, Monday, September 19th. Entries now being received. Office: Bodfor-street, Ehyi (Tel. 60). NEXT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd. fTlHE 29th GREAT ANNUAL BREEDERS' PRIZE SALE of 7000 STORE LAMBS, WETHERS, & EWES, DAIRY and STORE CATTLE, at MOLD (20 Minutes' Railway journey from Chester and Wrexham). Judging at Eleven. Sale at Twelve o'clock. Catalogues from Chas. P. Sheffield, Live Stock Salesman, Mold. 28376p Mr Sam D. Walton. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31st. THE VORYN ABERGELE-ROAD, OLD COLWYN. 1%/|"R SAM D. WALTON ia in receipt of in- structione to SELL by AUCTION the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE BILLIARD TABLE, in brown oak, and Accessories, by Orme and Sons; Cut and Figured Glass, Eleotro-plate, Picture, Bed I amd Table Linen, content Entrance Hall, Dining, Drawing, Morning, and Billiard- rooms; Bedroom Appointments, Domestic j Offices, Outdoor and other Effects. I SaLe at One o'clock prompt. No reserve. Further particulars on application to the Auctioneer, May wood, Wiknslow, Che- shire. 28302p Mr. R. Arthur Jones. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. By Order of the Mortgagee. DURING THE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD COMMER- CIAL PROPERTIES known as No. 1 and No. 6, CENTRAL BUILDINGS, LLAN- DUDNO JUNCTION, situate on Con way- road, at the corner of Ronald-road and Oswald-road, respectively. MR R. ARTHUR JONES is favoured with instructions to OFFER BY PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to conditions of Sale (if not previously disposed of by Private Treaty) the following verv valuable Corner SHOPS and HOUSES:- Lot 1.—All that centrally situated and well-built Freehold Shop with Dwelling- House over, known as No. 1, Central Build- ings, Llandudno Junction, and. now occupied by Mr Thomas Evans, Greengrocer and Fruiterer, at a rental of .£32 per annum. Lot II.-All that Freehold Shop and Pre- mises as above, known as No. 6, Central Buildings, and now occupied by Mr John Houklsworth, Fishmonger, at a rental of £ 30 per annum. Each Lot is subject to a Chi-e-i Rent of £5 per annum. Further particulars of the Solicitors, MESSRS PORTER. AMPHLETT and CO., Conway, Colwyn Bay and LIanrwst; or of the Auctioneer, at The Estate Office. Conway. Noat. Tel. 29. p Messrs. Wm. Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND I SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. CAXTON fcU:LDIMt.S, BANQOH (Head Office), and TRINITY-SQUARE, LLANDUDNO. Telegram*;—Dowson, Bangor. Telephone No. 13. Dewson. Liandudao. Telephone No. 47. By Order of the Executor and Trustee of the la.to Alfred Gelling Rogers, Esq. NORTH WALES. TYWYN, DEGANWY. SALE of a Charming FREEHOLD DE- TACHED PRIVATE RESIDENCE, stand- ing in its own Grounds of nearly one acre in extent, and having frontages to Albert Drive and Marl Lane. ESSRS WM. DiW-a?,? SON ',Iill f.r M SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at tlte CASTLE HOTEL, DEGANWY, on WED- NESDAY. the 31st day of AUGUST, 1910, at 2.30 in the afternoon, subject to tho Public Conditions of Sale of the Chester and North Wales Incorporated Law Society, and to such Special Conditions as shall be then and there produoed, THE FREEHOLD VILLA RESIDENCE, known as "BRYN ASH" situate as above in an elevated position, well set back from the road, and standing in its own extensive Grounds of nearly an acre, in which are thriving fruit trees, hedges, and well-grown trees and shrubs, the whole being surrounded by a well-built stone wall, and thus ensuring to the Residence a private and secluded character. Vacant possession on completion. Printed Particulars and any other informa- tion may be obtained at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell-square, London, or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Llandudno, or from MESSRS SUTTON ELLIOTT TUltNBULL and MAYNE, Solicitors, 13, Spring Gardens, Manchester. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. IN the COUNTY TOWN of CARNARVON, and near the picturesque Hamlet of BEDDGELERT. SALE of VALUABLE BUILDING SITES in CARNARVON, and FINE FREEHOLD FARMS, etc., in the Parish of BEDD- GELERT. "j^/TESSRS WM. DEW and SON will OFFER 1TA FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ROYAL HOTEL, CARNARVON, on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd, at 2.30, iv ae Town of CARNARVON, OHOIC- ^REI' ^OLD BUILDING SITES, in "t r- residential part ;.f the town, and near to the Railway Station. In the PARISH of BEDDGELERT. The VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS of BWLCHMWLCHAN, TY'NYCOED, HAFOD RUFFYDD UCHAF, HAFOD RUFFYDD GANOL, HAFOD RUFFYDD ISAF or GLAN- Y-GORS, with extensive Mountain Sheep Walks, over 500 Acres of WOODLANDS and PLANTATIONS, two beautiful LAKES, the whole covering nearly 3500 ACRES. Particulars, Plan and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs Nisbet, Daw, and Nisbet, 35, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C., at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell-square, London; or of the Auc- tioneers, at their Offices, at Bangor and Llandudno. Mr. C. Wesley Hasiam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Vaiuer, Land and Estate Agent. GALES 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 Business sold by Private Treaity. Mort- gages negotiated. Properties and Estate, carefully managed, Rents oolloct-ed; Accounts rendered to suit Clients' convenience. In- vemtories taken and checked. Surveys, Maps, Plans, etc., for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances effected through any, of the prin- cipal Offices, Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION a-nd ESTATE OFFICES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, Nat. Tel. 70. RHYL. To tho Trade, Boarding-house Keepers, and others. I, LYRIC BUILDINGS, MARKET-STREET, RHYL (the Premises taken for convenience of Sale). Important and Attractive Sale of a. Sheffield Cutler and Silversmith Manufacturer's Stock of high-class Electro-plated Goods and Cutlery, briefly consisting of:—Tea- pots in various designs, Hot-water Jugs, Sugar Basins and Cream Jugs, Spirit Kettles with Stands and Lamps, Coffee-pots, Mounted Celery Glasses, Chit-glass Ditto, Toast Racks, Fruit Dishes, Flower Bowls, Jam Dishes, Candlesticks, Cake Knives, Biscuit Barrels, Dinner. Lunch and Break- fast Cruets; Cases of Carvers, Salt Cellars, Flower Vases, Waiters, Entree Dishes, and portion of Stirling Silver and Catlerv, etc., etc. WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions from & Sheffield Cutler and Silversmith to SELL BY AUC- TION, on the above Premises, on WEDNES- DAY, AUGUST 31st, 1910, at 2 in the after- noon, and 6 in the evening. On View fro* 10 a.m. day of Sale. Cash at fall of bam- mer. The Auction-eer wishes to call the at- tention of the Public to this Sale as tho Goods are genuine, and <are a portion of a Surplus Stock which the Manufacturers are desirous of reducing. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 70. p Messrs G. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' LocaJ Experience), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16. STATION-ROAD, OOLWYN BAY, TELEPHONE NO. 27. SALES 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. Loss Assessor. Agent foT the principal Insurance Officea. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories 2^epared and examined. Prompt at bant km given to -ill matters with IMMEDIATE SETTLE- MENTS. 19834p Mr H. F. Ashby, AUCTIONEER and LICENSED APPRAISER. HOUSE, LAND. ESTATE and lIv'SUivANCE AGENT. CENTRAL AUCTiON MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLivrn oA V. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Freedaoki ilouse and Shop rroporty, Build- ing Land and Estates, Live and vca.a Llarii- inj £ btock, liouaeiroki Furniture, etc, eto. VALUATIONS tor Mortgage, Probate, Busi- ness Transfers, Hotels, etc. inventories oareiuliy ptepared and exaaiined. Agent for the principal insurance Gomparuaa- PROMPT PERSONAL Ai'ifcNUON GIVEN TO ALL MATTERS. ALL SALE ACCOUNTS SETTLED THE DAY FOLLOWING THE SALE. Certified Bailiff under tiie Law c.: Distress Amendment Act- Houses to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. N.B.-Ilie Auction Mart will La Open Daily to receive Entries fm Sale. Gooa Claas Entries (solicited Telfphase No 121. p. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. COUNTY OF FLINT. PARLSHES OF NORTHOP and CONNAH'S QUAY. R H. F. -VI-IIBY *s instructed to SELL I vi BY A.UU17ION to C'onditiou.13 of Sale), at the BLACK LION HOTEL, MOLD, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21st, 1910, at Two for Three p.m., the fol- lowing Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, each with good Farmhouse and Buildings, and abutting on good roads, comprising:- A. R. P. Lot I.-Waen Farm, Northop 5 3 23 Lot 2.-Cow-d y Cra Uchaf,Northop 77 1 37 Lot 3.-Bryn Saer, Connah's Quay 20 1 34 Lot 4.-P.entre Golftyn Isa, Con- nah's Quay 18 0 32 Particulars and Plans may be obtained of R. E. Birch, Esq., F.S.I., Colwyn Bay and St. Asaph; Messrs Keene and Kelly, Solici- tors, Mold; or. of the Auctioneer, The Central Auction Maft. Llewelyn Ch.ambers, Colwyn Bay (Tel. 121). p l\1.r T. W. Uriffith. ALBANY BUILDINGS, MADOC-STREET and LLOYD-STREET, LLANDUDNO. IMPORTANT SALE OF MODERN AND SUPERIOR FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, INCLU Deru A HIGH-CLASS PIANO- FORTE. A TVIl R l" .FFITTI is instructed to SEL-L. ^ir PUBLIC AUCTION, M and upon the above Premises, on MONDAY NEXT, AUGUST 29th, 1910, the whole of the valuable and well-prewrved HOUSEHOLD FI"R'?'T'TJRE and E-FFEC.rS, bri4-,fly coni- -exco-llelt D;riiig Tabl?-Iii wa-1. nut, w. ith telf-copic Ar<l loose leaf; a v4ery R,011-tup Writii?- I)C-sk iii fuw.?? Oak, 1)1.?,swing-r<)O-n 6uit?e, ii;?iudinq Couch, tw<) Loii7ige and foiir liigh-t).acii Ch,tir??, -uph<)Ister,?xi ino-M -?-oid vel-?,t; 4,11.,0, plain 'L40p a?,d 0* 4 t., TI, ?od Overmantel in waluut. Fire Set Appliances, live valuable Marble-top Tables on ornamen- tal iron supports, Bamboo Screens, etc., etc.; very valuable and superior Bedroom Suite in fumed oak, comprising Wardrobe with two full-sii&ed robing mirror?, Duchesse Toilet Chest, Wash-stand with marble surface, Chairs, etc.; Brass-mo anted 2-in. Pillar Bed- steads, Wire and Wool Mattresses, Bolsters, Pillows, -etc.; also Toilet Drawers, Glasses, etc. a most valuable and brilliant-toned PIANOFORTE, by G. J. Nagel, equal to new; the usual Kitchen Furniture and Re- quisites. On View Morning of Sale. Sale at ONE P-M. prompt. For further particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Llandudno. Telephone 299. p By Order of the Mortgagee. TOWN OF LLANDUDNO. IMPORTANT SALE OF A MOST DESTR. ABLE VILLA RESIDENCE. MR T. W. GRIFFITH is instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the MARINE HOTEL, LLANDUDNO, on FRI- DAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9th, 1910, at 7.30 o'clock, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced and Tend, all that valuable and excellently situated Villa Resi- dence known as and being "BRYN LLWYD," St. Maxv's-road, laandjidno' The -?c?coinmo- dati,on c?onsists -,)f a fine Diniul-room, Dr-w- ing-room, Entranc-c Hall will-I, .1 ?,'c?stibule and ,ilqd R<)orinz, Kitchen Se-ull-ery ,tn d Lardex, r,ix E-,?drooii?, Bathr??i-n -and I-,avat-ory, t-o- gether with an extensive Garden or Croquet Lawn, etc., at the rear. The tenure is lease- hold from the Mostyn Estate io,- a term of 99 years, fr<5m December, 1905, subject to a ground rent ofk5 10s per annum. This pro- perty was erected about live years ago, on the most modern .and improved plan and desio-n, and occupies a charming position in one^of the noblest and beet-Laid avenues in Llan- dudno. For further particulars and Orders to View, apply to J. A. Hindley. Esq., Solicitor, or to the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers, both of Llandudno. p Preliminary Announcement. To Close a Trust. TOWN OF LLANDUDNO. IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE SALE BY AUCTiON OF MOST ELIGIBLE AND DESIRABLE PROPERTIES. "]VfR T- W- GRIFFITH is instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on FRI- DAY, SEPTEMBER 23rd, 1910, at 7.30 p.m., the following VALUABLE PROPERTIES* viz.:—No, 5, GLANYMOR-TERRACE, front- ing the Esplanade; SEIRIOL VTLLA, situ- ate in North Madoc-street; ANEDDLE, situ- ate in Trinity-street; and OAKHURST' situ- ate in Trinity -square all in Llandudno'. For further particulars' and Order to View, apply to E. E. Bone, Esq., Solicitor, or to the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers, both of Llandudno. p -PENRHYNSIDK Midway between Llandudno and Colwvn Bay. Bay. IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS INVES- TORS, AND OTHERS. 11TR T. W. GRIFITTH is instructed by tho Executors of^ tho late Mr Robert Jones, deceased, to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION, early in SEPTEMBER, unless pre- viously privately disposed, all that valuable Buildsng Land and Tenement, known as |TY LLWYD, in the Parish of Penrhynside. For partrculajfl, apply to the Auctioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Llandudno. LLYSFAEN PARISH CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICES. Morning II-IS I Seals Free. Biackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO J UNCTION. Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock Sales- men, House and Estate Agents. Nat Telephone 17. -"ALES held periocucally on Uorses, Carriages, S Harnew, ett,- Entry k'orn-is aiad Co?? ou application. Sales by Auction and Vatiationr of Lauded Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, eto. Houses to Let, Furnished, or Unfurnished. Agents for Firo and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' 1J ability Insurance. 101S2p CAERGRAIG MART, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, 1910. QALE of DAIRY and STORE CATTLE, PAT and STORE SHEEP and LAMBS. p PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TOWN OF CONWAY. IVfESSRS BLACK WALL, HAYES and CO. will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, the verv De- sirable SEMI-DETACHED RESIDENCE known as HAULFRYN.—Further particulars in due course, or in the meantime from Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Conway, or from the Auctioneers, at Llan- rwst. p PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDUDNO ITER COMPANY (LIMITED;. Secretary Mr. Samuel Hughes. THE PIER COMPANY'S POPULAR CONCERTS. Morning at 11 Evening at 7-45. Plillllt ) COMPANY'S ORCHESTRA Conductor: MR. ARTHUR W. PAYNE. Deputy-Conductor: M R. WALTER H A I G H. AUG. 27th to SEPT. 2nd, MR HENRY TURNPENNY (Tenor). SEVENTEENTH GRAND SPECIAL CONCERT SATURDAY, AUG. 27th, MDLLE. ALICE VERLET (Prima Donna). MR HENRY TURNPENNY (Tenoi). » \j EEKLY XiCK t £ IS, 3/6- and 5i- MON IH- LY. 16/- and 1: 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, 1/- Front Seats, i/- extra. SACRED CONCERT — On SUNDAY, at 8.15 p.m. ROYAL National Eisteddfod OF WALiS, COLWYN BAY, SEPTEMBER 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th TUESDAY- CHIEF CHORAL COMPETITION And Ladies' Choir Competition. CONCERT SAUL OF TARSUS." ARI:ls-rF-s- Miss EDITH EVANS, Mr LLOYD CHANDOS, Mr IVOR FOSTER. The EISTEDDFOD CHOIR with full Orchestra WF.BNBSJOAV- CROWNING OF THE BARD. Sccond Choral Competition. Concert "A Psalm of Life," Blest Pair of Sirens," and Miscellaneous. Artistes—Miss PERCEVAL ALLEN, Madame EDNA THORNTON, Mr DAVID EVANS. THUSSDAY- CHAIRING OF THE BARD And Children's Choir Competition. CONCERT THE MESSIAH." Artistes Miss PERCEVAL ALLEN, Miss DILYS JONES, Mr BEN DAVIES. Mr DAVID HUGHES. PKIDAY- Male Voice Choir Competition. Grand Miscellaneous CONCERT. Artistes-Madame ADA CROSSLEY, Madame LAUlA EVANS-WILLIAMS. Mr GWILYM WIGLEY, Mr JAMES COLEMAN. SATURDAY GREAT BAND CONTEST. POPULAR WELSH CONCERT. Artistes-MVISSAAIY EVANS (The Welsh Patti), Miss DILYS JONES, Mr DAVID ELLIS. Mr JAMES SALVAGE. Mr DAVID EVANS, EOS DAH, Miss BESSIE JONES (Harpist), "-YcIIAN, DEINIOL And the EISTEDDFOD CHOIR. For further information ofply to the Secretary, Eisteddfod Office, Colwyn bay. 28354P EISTEDDFOD FRENHINOL GENEDLAETHOL CYMRU. VISIT THE NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD ARTS, CRAFTS, & LOAN EXHIBITION. OPEN FROM AUG. 26 TO SEPT. 17. HOURS: 10—8 p-m. OPENING CEREMONY by the RT. HON. COUNTESS OF DUNDONALD. FRIDAY NEXT (2&). at 3 p.m. TO BE HELD IN THE INFANTS' SCHOOL, DOUGLAS-ROAD, Off ABERGELE-ROAD, COLWYN BAY (opposite Public Halt). — ADMISSION — OPENING DAY TO 6 p.m., )/ AFTER 6 p.m., AND ALL OTHER DAYS, 6d. SCHOOL CHILDREN, IN CHARGE OF TEACHER, FlUtE ON SATURDAY, 6 £ PT. 3rd. 23378N PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. NIGHTLY AT 8. SATURDAY, MATINEE AT 3. HARRY FAMOus ANIMATED PICTURES REYNOLDS' SPLENDID PROGRAMME FOR NEXT WEEK. COMPLETE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY. On Tuesday Next, Aug. 30th, the Famous Comedy, A Pair of Spectacles.' PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY, TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY. AUGUST 25th), LAST N.IGHT OF THE CHARMING MUSICAL COMEDY- BL A. V A. N A. On Friday and Saturday of this t11eek- Reynolds' Animated Pictures will be shown. PUBLIC HALL COLWYN BAY. For One Night Only. Tuesday, August 30th HARRY REYNOLDS presents- -MR. ARTHUR HARE in the famous comedy- "A PAIR OF SPECTACLES." Reserved Stalls, 3/ Admission, 2/- and 1 Plan of booking at Fleet's Music Stores. Doors open, 7-30 Commence, 8 Carriages 10-30. CATLIN'S ROYAL PIERROTS, THE ARCADIA, WEST PROMENADE COLWYN BAY HIGH-CLASS ENTERTAINMENTS TWICE DAILY at 3 & 8 p.m. T THI' llgy- FRIDAY AFTERNOON at 3 o'clock, GRAND SPECIAL MATINEE entitled— "THE SUFFRAGETTES." Friday Nighf at 8 o'clock, GRAND REQUEST NIGHT (Patrons are respectfully invited to send their requests to Mr. PRYCE-DAVIS as early as possible.) SATURDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock, EXTRA SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENT, IS" PRICES—Reserved Seats, gd; Unreserved, 6d; Ordinary. 4d. Doors Open, 7-30; Commence, 8; Carriages, at 10. Mr. SIDNEY FRERE, Managing Director. W. A. PRYCE-DAVIS, Business Manager THE TRIOEEES, PROMENADE, OLD COLWYN & BROS, THE ELITE ELECTRICAL ENTERTAINERS, Perform Daily at 11.30 a.m., 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. DELIGHTFUL DANCERS, SWEET SINGERS, COMICAL COMEDIANS. THE TRIOEEES are a Party of Clever Accomplished Ladies and Gentleraeo The TRIOEEES appear at OLD COLWYN 11-30 a.m. and 8 p.m. and at RHOS at 3 p m. dailjfc NEW PAVILION AND MARINE GARDENS RHYL Lessees and Managers Messrs. BAUNG BROS. WEEK COMMENCING AUGUST 29th— I-lerr Stanislaus Wurm WHITE VIENNESE BAND and the Celebrated At 11-30 a.m., 7-45 p.m., and 9 p.m. ,'THE STINGAREES," in ROUND the CAMP FIRE," at 3 and S p.m. ADMISSION—(which includes Gardens, Pavilion and Concerts) 3d. Pavilion Seats, 3d., 6d. and 1/- extra; Band Stand Riag Chairs, 2d. GRAND SUNDAY CONCERT—VOCALIST Miss FLORENCE SMITH FRICES-21-, i/ aad 6d. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th-THE RUTHIN CHOIR. Ji"'IIII"- THE BEACH PAGODA, PROMENADE, RHYL. GILBERT ROGERS' JOVIAL JESTERS PERFORM DAILY AT 11, 3 and 6-30. A Troupe of First-Class Artistes. A Feast of Song, Dance & Original Humour Change of Programme Daily. Fourth Season in Rhyl. «—V T" X /A -pv 1 V T Corner of Abbey Road J^ILUO (T- KKKIN .n.lMaru» Drive. Dear (GARDEN CITY) (Colwyn Bay). IDEAL HOMES BUILT TO PURCHASERS' OWN IDEAS FROM £ 250 AND UPWARDS. -DNEY 3'IOSS, 4, St. Aan'c, Squzne, MANCHLSTEI-L A-robatects:-S)L A.R.I.B.A. or JOSEPH PEARCE. RovaJ Insurance Buildings, LIVERPOOL. WELSH INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION. A GRAND Sale and Exhibition OF WELSH INDUSTRIES will take place in NEWPORT, MON., ON THE 5th, 6th and 7th OCTOBER, igio. Carnarvonshire Workers wishing to send in woik and requiring information kindly apply to— MISS MAY JENKINS. Hon. Sec. Carnarvonshire Branch Welsh Industries, Pcmaeomawr. GRAND THEATRE, LLANDUDNO. MONDAY, AUGUST 29th, 3 Nights & Matinee Wednesday MR MARTIN HARVEY & CO. Supported by MISS N. DE SILVA. MONDAY EVENING, THE BREED OF THE TRESHAMS Tuesday, Wednesday Evening aud Matinee THE ONLY WAY. Telephone-z88, Llandudno. -I For Remainder of Public Announcements 5ee Page 7.