County Council Elections. THE Progressives in North Wales have Every- cause to be -saiti-sfied ai-id gratified the re- sults of the County Council Elections. Of the six N'orth Wales cou.-itiesi, five elected 'their Council's on Saturday, ithe results,wh-et!her taken as a whole, or !by individual co-nstif-Luenaks, showing the practically impregnable chaopactef 0 of 'the Progressive position of Carnarvonshire. p The old County Council consisted of 37 Liberal councillors and eleven Liberal alder- men, makilng a -total Liberal vote of 48. The Conservatives claimed eleven councillors and five aldermen, a total of 16, precisely one-'t!hird of the Liberalst're.Il!gth and one-fourth of the whole Council. The character of he new Council is totally different. The Education Act and its adminis- tration was t!he one 'test imposed, andseve,ral of the Conservatives agreed to. accept thie principle of no Taite-aid for denominational schools. The new Council, as .now constituted, stands thus- Councillors. Progressives 45 Sectarians 4 Progressive majority 41 Eight aldermen will have to be elected, of whom seven are sure to be Progressives. The full Council will therefore stand Mhus— Councillors. Aldermen. Total. Progressives 45 14 59 Sectarians 4 2 6 Prog, maj 41 12 53 The Sectarians will thus be reduced to one- eleventh of the whclei Council. The only Sectarians elected at the polls are—Lord Pen- :tihy-n, for Llanllechid his solicitor, 'Mr H. C. Vincent, for Bangor; Dr Prichard, for Con- way; and Mr Richa'rd Thomas, for Carnarvon, the latter escaping with only the ;sliin of his teeth !by a .majority of five on a poll of over 400. In Anglesey he Progressives have maintained th'eir position. In the contested elections they lost one and gained .one seat, leaving the balance of parties unchanged. The defeat of the Rev D. Rees, Capel Mawr, though only by 14 votes, was a surprise, and w:01 be a loss to the Coun- cil, of which he is an ex-chairman. The result of the elections in Flint leave the parties precisely as they were before, giving 26 Progressive .councillors 1-0 16 Sectarians. The aldermen will again be 13 to 1, so that the completed Council will consist of 39 Progres- sives to 17 Sectarians. The Progressives in the contested elections polled 1,000 more votes than the Sectarians.
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Incorporated Society of Musician AT the St. George's Hotel, Llandudno, cerg1jc« eat as welre presented! to the candidates w ees-sfu'lly passed the -examination -oif this1 so •held at 'the Llandudno centre in -sms) The Bishop of Bangor (Dr. Watkin f 0ce- presided, and there was a large a<tte!jvgijop> After a short opening address by the 1" ,e. and! a statement by Mir Chad-field, general s ta-ry of-the soteiet-y, Dr. TIen.ry 'Hilas, -lecMjj- jgf,. music at the Victoria University, Mane gave an -address -on "Old English Folk its Influence Upon Church, Music." ^uli> W- music was sung by Miss Alice-. Roberts, .Brown (oif St. Asap-K Cathedral), Mr Cooper, and a choir arranged 'by M'rs J Marks.
CARNARVONSHIRE. CONWAY. A MODERATE RETAINS HIS. SEAT. In no division throughout Carnarvonshire was greater interest manifested over the election contest than in that of Conway. Many years have elapsed; since local residents- were roused to such a pi:dh of genuine concern in a similar issue. Young anid,old-people of ail shades of political opinion—were intensely interested. And yet, paradoxically enough, it could not be called a political fight in the itrue sense of the word. Despite the clamour relative to the education question, we are convinced, public meetings, pamphleteering, and all ctiher influences, not- withstanding that the struggle was primarily one between the two candidates in person, not in policy and, xhat Dr..Arthur Pricbard1 proved the victor, is one of tihe finest tributes to his personal popularity that anyone could well con- ceive. Alderman Hugh Hughes certainly memits- the unbounded1 confidence 'which his supporters re- pose in him, but, as a conscientious combatant. ever in tihe fray, he lays himself open to make .enemies-even of his friends'—and in saying so much we but reflect favourably for his honesty of purpose and straightforwardness. Dr. Pricbard, on the other hand, is one of those I fortunate individuals- who cannot possibly give offence to anyone, and the result is that, wilch-, out a doubt, he is the best-liked' man in the ,u-ho,le borough. Con-way is overwhelmingly Nonconformist—■ one weed scarcely refer fro the recent Town Council election to prove that assertion—but, be what the consequences may, the genial doc- tor's friends, in church and chapel congrega- tions, were dte<:errnin-ed to support him, and support him they did. The polling stations were at the Tywyn "Post Office" for Ccnway-yn-Rhcs, and at the Guild- hall for Conway and Gyffin. Mr Isaac Lloyd Parry was the presiding officer air the latter, he being assisted by Mr Will Jones, as clerk. At the Tywyn station, Mr Hugh Parry, t'he borough accountant, presided, Mr Bob Jones acting as clerk. At both booths work began in real earnest unusually early in the day. Before noon, more than half the votes had been recorded; as a rule, the great majority of the voters make their appearance between the hours of five and eight. About 9.45 p.m., the result was declared by his Worship the Mayor (Councillor A. J. Old- man), who; -s.ct-edi as returning officer. Few anbicipated the announcement so soon, and there was but a comparatively s-ma'il crowd to listen to :the. reading of the. figures, which were as follows: — Dr. R. Arthur P^i,chard (C) 403 Aid. Hugh Hughes (L) 337 It was not long, however, before the news spread through the town like wildfire, and the victorious doctor lacked nothing by the way of an escort as he proceeded, amidst every mani- festation of icy, to the: Conservative Club. Here Dr. Prichard expressed his great plea- sure at his return to office; again, -and :n a few words, which could scarcely be heard amid the ceaseless' applause, he paid1 his opponent a splendid tribute for the manner in which he had conducted the contest: In due course, the victor was borne shoulder-high to his own resi- de nee in High-street. The enthusiasm of his admirers. was unmistakable. It appears frhe total number of votes polled was 46-the,re were six spoilt pap.ers-an.d when it is remembered that the polling strength of the electorate is only 853, it will be s,een that the poll was an exceptionally heavy one. In fact, it was one of the heaviest eVÔli known in the division.
CAERHUN. Dr. M. J. Morgan, of Conway, the Liberal and Progressive candidate, who opposed Major-Gen. Gough, C.B., the Conservative and Sectarian re- presentative, in the fight 'at Caerhuo, stecured the upper hand over his opponent in a more' de- cisive fashion than even his most optimistic friends anticipated. Both candidate's- have worked strenuously, but, though itihe doctor ad- vocated the popular cause, it. was generally thought General Gough's, position, as an influ- ential and popular landowner, would win him the place of honour. Polling took p.-ace atic'ne schools, -and promptly at 8.30 p.m. Air Jiam'es Porter, the, returning officer, declared the result as follows Dr. M. J. Morgan 206 'Major-Gen. Gough 150 There was therefore a Liberal majority of 56 votes, an increase of 20 as compared wifth the Tesuli't of the contest between the .-retiring,1 mem- ber, Mr Hugh jOwen (L), and Mr W. F. Jones (C), o' whicn took place three years ago, and of three voices over the previous struggle between' Mr Hugh Üiwe nand Mr G. 0. Jones, J.P. The-result w a!S received with great enthusiasm. 'The successful candidate's support-ears forthwith formed in procession order, and, midlstthe lights of a good supply of torches, 'Dr. Morgan was borne shoulder-high through the. village. A short speteoh, conveying thanks to the elector- ate, oa.me from, the doctor ,and the Rev. O. Gaianydd Williams, who had proved one of his most vigorous supporters, eongratuia/ted the parish upon the return, of so admirable a re- present at- ve. When Dr. Morgan arrived in Conway a huge orowd awaited-him. The horses were promptly removed froim the .shafts of his carriage, and 'were substituted by a band of loyalists, who gaily .bore him away to his residence. Here cries of "speech" drew from the victor another ■address, and the Rev. O. Gaianydd William's also speaking.
LLANFAIRFECHAN. INCREASED PROGRESSIVE MAJORITY. At Llanfairfechan the Liberal and Progressive candidate, Mr Robert Hughes, of Bodlondeb, secured an easy win against Mr vVm. Griffitih Roberts, Llannereh, the Conservative and Sec- tarian representative. The figures were: Robert Hughes (L) 322 W. G. Roberts (C) 232 There was thus a Progressive majority of ninety. Outc of an electorate, of a little over 6oo.vot,e.rs 560 polled. Of the two, score odd who, did not record their views- over thirty, were summer resi- dents, who did not make their appearance. It will there.for,e !be -readily realised1 that the fight was- of the keenest possible character, and that the liveliest interest centred, upon it. Mr Pentir Williams' actedl as the deputy- returniing officer, and he announced the result[ outside the National Schools1—where the polling took place—shortly after nine' -o'clock, a large gathering receiving the inform-aliion with un- b o-u n de d en t'husia s m.. Mr Robert Hughes has been connected with the Carnarvonshire 'County Council, either in the capacity of an ord nary- member or an alder- man, since be formation of the authority. In the first election, some fifteen years .ago, he was opposed by Mr Sydney Piatt, one of the most popular landlords in North Wales, and he was then, defeated 'by 35 voices, if we mistake noli Thereupon, Mr Hughes was, created, an alderman. Mr Piatt was succeeded by Mr Robert John Jones, a Conservative wlhoi beat Mr Daniel Da vies, 'the Liberal candidate. Meanwhile, Mr Hughes's aldermanie ,üer-m of office had not expired. At the end of the six years, Colonel Pl-att, father of the original victor, contested Mr Hughes, bvit the latter on this occasion came out cm top -with a majority of eleven. At the next elecdon Mr Hughes was returned unopposed. Saturday's .struggle was thus his third appeal to. the electors, and on no occasion have [be ,b Liberals asserted their superiority in so de- cisive a fashion. Notwithstanding an unac- countable error in Mr W. G. Roberts's address, touching upon the finances of the county authority, he was perhaps the' best candidate the Moderates could possibly place in the field. Mr Hughes's victory is therefore a:].! the more remarkable.
DENBIGHSHIRE. COLWYN BAY. A RECORD POLL AT COLWYN BAY. Monday las't was the polling-day in Colwyn Bay, in connection with the County Council! Election. And Monday la.s't waft one of the most 'exciting and- eventful days eveir seen wi Colwyn Bay, in the whole history of local The circumstances were (unique. The nominee of Liberal Association was opposed by a bona-fide Conservative, and also, sad to relate, by a -eoHe-ague in Liberalism and Nonconformity. And' voters and1 nion-voters -awalt,ed tihe result of the :bree-co:~r. red cont-eislc •With 'breathless interest and some anxiety. The chances of eachcaIlldiidlate, were discussed- wile.a volubility ..t, tevery -street corner. Business was. given a "back seat," and the topic of the day .occupied tihe 'thoughts of b-cich tradesmen and customers. Wou.ldi the Conservative can- didate win the day while' his -two. Liberal op- ponents were at ealch other's ilhroatsi? Would ■the old veteran, Thoma's Parry, the hero of many a g.l.r'ou.s. election contest of old, sweep all 'before Or wo-uldl the- bluff and c.u't- spoken "\YI:lEi am" still prove to -be the favourite? The Polling. When tihe- poll opened, it was, seen alt onc-e that the candidates' -ain-d1 -their supporters had been -working, -and working hard. M the two station's, in Colwyn Bay and. Old Colwyn, voters of every grade a.nd! class poured: in. Smart carnage's, lent by opulent sympathizers, and modest vehicles -of -other cle-crip-t ons trium- phantlly drov-e electors and1 ,de1)08iitd them, in the .neighbourhood of the f- it,e:ful b'allot-b-ox. Towatrch ).he evening, the, procession of voters became' thicker. The honest sons of toil, after coimpleljing theiir day's wcrk., c'me down, in all the .strength of numbers, and registered their o,e s. The rumour spread! that there would, be a, fi-ecordt poll -that day, and it was -s:a",d vhat ne-amty a. tho'u'sandl eleoors had v-cited long, be- fore' the, -clo-ing of 'the- baltot-hox. As eight o'clock approached, the interest; became' more intemise, and the -usual -crowd b-san to assemble in Station-road. The' candidates, chatting to acquaintances in from: of the polling station,, were regarded' with interest, and their respec- tive .merits or di--cucise,d wjth freedom. Awaiting the Result. At eight o'clock, the 1;nt hatch c)-f excited, electors had recorded: their vote's, .and the Station was closed. At the same time, ith-e Old Colwyn ballot-hox had s\Flllo'We<d' dtis last voting-paper, and had also closed. The counting of the votes1 fcook place, in, the Council Room, Colwyn Bay, under the ,pe,r- sonal supervision of 'the returning officer, Mr Jos. H. Roberts. With s'ulch a heavy poll, it -wa-s not expected than 'the counting could' be -completed before half-past nine or even ten o'clock. But long before nine, the-street was a mass of animated spectators, .all eagerly awaiting the result. The night was cold1 and drizzly, but excitement andi^intereslt kept the blood at nor- mal heat, and arguments- and debates banished all thoughts of ithe plerciing east wind. znl To one accustomed to Welsh crowd's, the- aib- sence of music 'was very noÜceaMe. A Welsh gathering, whatever tihe .reasons which have brought jit together, seldom misses the oppor- tu-n.ilt,y for i,niCiul,gin, in the. national predilection far song, andi tihe melodious strains cf anything from "Sospain Bach" to "Ton y B-cicel" usually fill the air. But probably the excitement on Monday ,evenling was too .intense .for song, and b 9 Tlaffy -whirled the time away rirt, serious, delibera- tion. The Result. It was close on half-pa-sit nine when t'he Re- turning Officer, mo uniting a chair, re-ad out the result. The huge' amass c.f anxious spectators pres.sed .around, and amidst silence, Mr Roberts gave the figures as f-olllovvs Thomas Parry 659 J. E. Brooks 464 William 109 Loud .and prolonged' cheering greeted tt'he fact that the Rev Thomas' Paoy had been, reit,u,ril,-dl with a majority of 195. Rev. Thomas Parry on his Victory. A speech from the victorious candidate was ,I,o,ud.-ly,c,alle,d, for, and when Mr Parry appeared on the balcony above Mr J. 'Williams's shop, the dheering was renewed wihh increased vugour. Mir Joseph Smith, Parciau, the piresid,e,nt of 'the local Liberal Association, made: a short but pithy speech, congratulating Colwyn Bay on the resullt of the conteslt. Tihe Rev Thomas Parry then thanked bis ,supporters for the magnificent fight they had made .for liberty. lit was, 'he sa:idi, a fight for religious libericy, .fo.r educational liberty, and for freedom from priestcraft. He thanked all who had helped, hiim, and a.vowedl his intention of serving, them faithfully, as he 'had done in the past. Alderman- W-atkiin Lumley delivered an in- spiriting speech, in which he congratulated them, on the .splendid victory gained' by the Progressive candidate. A ,short address by Mr J olno than Roberts, the local L:bera,l agent, followed, and Lite meeting broke up. Mr William Davies and the Telegrams. Some excitement was caused during the day, by a, litide skirmish between the forces of the two Liberal candidates. Amongst the numerous placards and' posters calling attention 'to the virtues of ithe contes- tants, and urging the electors to vote, the Independent candidate: displayed one' bearing the following words:—"Mr J. Herbert Roberts, M.P., says Send Wi1,lli,am Davies back to the Counc.il by all mean,s. The same' placard also bore the tollolwing — "Alderman Isgoed Jones, ex-chairman of the County Council, says: "William Davies ha,s done good work for Colwyn.Bay on t'hie County Council.' Suleh al placard as ,this 'was a veritable gem, -and the. fortlunate obje-c-t of ithe panegyrics of the member of Parliament and the ex-chairman was to be congratulated. Buit alas, green-eyed jealousy filled the breasics of 'the sup-porters of the less fortuniate, candi- dates, who only bore on their placards1 "Vote for ME." And a r-udle -assault was made on the offend- ing -pO'Siter by a Liberal Association party, led by the. doughty Alderman L'umley. The following telegrams were sent off and re,ceiv.d: To -NITI Herbert Roberts, M.P. Huge posters bearing your name, William Davies back to County Council by all means.' Please contradifct or affirm." Reply from Mr Robeirts: "Posters, absolutely unauthorised'. Have not writ-ten 'or said one world on Colwyn Bay con teste. Auhorise all necessary site-ps to make tihis known." To Mr Isgoed Jones, J.P. "Huge posters bearing your ria.m; statingi William Davies, has dune good work on the: County Council. Pletas,e reply." From Mr Isgoed Jones "Gave no author:ty for s'udh: assert ons. Please refute." Handbills were scattered broadcast, publish- ing the contents of tthe telegrams, and the fac-e-s of the valianlt Liberal Associates bore com- placent smiles once more. We understand that Mr William Dav-jes im- mediately wired to- both Mr Roberts' and Mr Isgoed Jones. The outcome- of the whole affair will be awaited with interest. EGLWYSFACH. The battle here was fought wiith gre-at energy, and? as the sole poimt at issue was made -a C'hapel v. Churich matter, the is s'ue from, the first was certain, but no one was sanguine enough to anticip.ate such a handsomemajohty for the Progressive candidate as 106. There were no illiterate or tendered votes, and only o.ne spoiled paper. The official re- turns were Williams 225 Sandbach 119 Majority 106 Tlle poll was very heavy, for -out of a possible polling rota! of 385 no less than 345 voted. The polling stations were at Llangerriiiew and Eg- Iwtysfach, and the counting took place at the latter station. The result was -announced ail 10.30. LLANRWST. The .result of the election was declared1 by the returning -officer -on Mv.lay -evening, as fol- l<ows,Mr W. J. Wil'iiams, 280; M-r H. J. W. Welding, 206. B,o)t,h, candidates addressed the p-uibl-ic, a-n.,d, returned thanks for the support rC- ceived. E,a,st Divis;cn 'of Dinbi'gh Dr. Lloyd (Mayor of Denbigh), retiring Liberal member, 256; Col Wynne Edwards (C), 190. Henllan Division Davies (L), 187; Pritchard' (C), i i o. No chang,e. Llandyrnog Division Jones (L), 224; Rigley (C), 130. Liberal gain. Cefn and Henllan Divisions: Roberts (L), 1C2 Williams (C), 115. No change. Cefiimawr: D. W. Roberts (L), 634; E.'Lloyd J ones (C), 541. Liberal gain. Esclusham: Godfrey Fitzhugh (C), 202; J. Griffiths (L), 194. Conservative gain. Marchwiel: J. W. Evans (L), 135; Philip York (C), 107. No change. Holt: E. Williams- (C), 156: W. B. Sadler (L), 102. No change. Brough'ton J. A. Harr-op- (L), 8-91; S. Evans (C), 184. No- change. B-rymbo: E. Roberts, 455; Thomas Rogers, 190. No change. Abe-rgele (Urban): Owen Jones: (Progressive), 205; J. Pierce (Sectarian), 177. Progressive majority, 28. Abergeile (Rural) H. E. Pritcbard. (Pro- gressive), 182; Abraham Foulkes (Sectarian), 139. Progressive majority, 43. Mr Foulkes was the retiring member, and the captu,re: of his sea([ is a Progressive gain. Llansarftffraid Glain Conway David Eva;ns (Progressive), 142; D. Mac Nicoll, 105. Lianrws't: IW. ,T. Williams ^Progressive), elected by a majority of 76 over J. W. Watli-ng (Sectarian). Colonel Sandibach was defeated in the Llan- gernew district. The followmg are the unopposed returns- in the Western Parliamentary division -of Denbigh- shire. As far as these go, there is only one Liberal gain, viz., Llansantffraid Glyn Ceiriog, where Mr A. T. Davies, solicitor (L), succeeds to the .seat previously :held by Mr F. E. Ro-oper (C):- Geirrigydruidiion, Colonel I-AI,ai-iiwa,ri.ngi (C); Llansantffraid Glyn C-eiriic-g, Mr A. T. Davies (L) Llangollen Urban, Mr W. G. D-oddl (L) Llangollen Rural, Mr W. 'Ellis (L); Llanrfhaiadr- yn-Mochnant, Mr T. Morris (L.) Pentrefoelas, Mr J. R. Griffiths .(L); Chirk, Mr R. Myddietoni (C); L,lanrha,'ad'r-yin-C:inm-erch, Mr J. Jones (L); Derwen, Mir J. Hughes (L); Llanfair D.C., Mr Corner Roberto (1.); Llansannan, Mr E. Roberts (L); Denbigh (West Ward), Mr A. O. Evans. (L); Ruthin, Colonel Ccrnwallis West (C) With the exception of Mr A. T. Davies, all the other members sat in the expiring council.
FLINTSHIRE. Flint, Easlt: Dr. J. H. Williams (L), 157; Mr T. Bate ('C), ,1.13. JE'lint, West: Mr T. W. Hughes (C), 21S; Mr E. A. Hughes (L), 87. Flint, 'Central: Rev. W. Ll. Nilcholas (C), 178; Mr J. L. M'uspratt (L), 122. Llana-sa Mr Robert Jones (L), 207; Mr C. J. Batters (I), 189. Newmarket: Mr A. M. Ralii (L), 194; Dr. J. T. Jones (C), 83. Argoed: Rev. T. Mardy Reesi (L), 156; Mr C. P..Morgan. (C), in. Bagim: Mr Isaac Taylor (C), 164; Mr Thos. Jones (L), 78. Brcncoed: Mr Jesse Roberts (L), 200; Major T. M. Keene, (Q/98. Ciloen: Mr Owen: Wynne (L), 188 Capt. B. E. Phillips (C), 168. I-old, East: Mr P. T. Davies Cooke (C), 178; Mr H. J. Roberts (L), 1-61. Mold., West: Major E. Lloyd. (C), 171; Mr Robert Morris (L), 169. Bistre: Mr James Peters (L), 362; Alr J. Gittins (C), 201. Wepre: Mr J. Prince, (L), 167; Mr E. Bhne (e), 147. Caergwrle: Mr W. Roberts (C), 227; Mr H. H. Hughes (L), 180. Saltn-ey: E. Sydney Taylor (C), 338; R. G. Roberto (L), 331. Queen's Ferry: J. W. Summers (L), 252; Frank Hurlbutt (U), 104. At' Caerwys, where !the Rev. J. F. Rees (C) was op.posing Mr D. E. Hughes (L), Mr Hughes proved successful by 23 votes, thus giving the Liberals a fu-rther gain, as this seat was formerly Iheld by Mr Trevor Jones (C). At B.o;d,far, -Alr- E. Morgan (C) was re-elected. This co-mpleices1 the: 'constitution of the. new Council, -which will nowcompDise 40 Liberals and 16 .Conservatives. The Liberals gains number five and the Conservative four. The annual meeting of the Council is fixed for Mold on the 16th inst., when the election of aider-men will take place. It is al-mosit certa:in that Mr J. L. Muspratt, who lost his seat at Flint, will be elected an alderman in .considera- tion of h's ,'realt services to the county. Similar action may be taken with rderence to Mr II. J. Roberts, of Mold, and Mr H. H. Hughes, of Caergwrle, both of whom failed to secure re-election. o
New Welsh Sheriffs. THE King, at a Council held at Buckingham Palace, formally approved the li"lt of sheriffs selected to serve, .in all the various counties of Wales, except the two duchies,' during the en- suing year. The followin,s, a I:i,st of the sheriffs appoinked- for this district:- Anglesey. William Glvnn Massey, -of Cornelyn, Beaumaris, esquire. Cardiganshire.—Major John Joseph Bonis all, of Ffronfra.ith, Aberystwyth. 'Carnarvonshire.—Lieut enant-Coicnel Llew- elyn England! Sydney Parry, of Stainswood House, Dorchester. Denbighshire.—Robert David Roberts, of Bron-y-Craig, Corwen, Esquire. Flintshire-.—Horace1 May-hew, of B-roughton Hall, esquire. Te,ni.onel[hsbire.T.homas EdWards, of Blae-n- au, Dolgelley, esquire. Montgomeryshire.—Edward Arthur Field Whittel Herbert, of Upper Helmsiey Hall, York, esquire.
Forthcoming: Property Sales. (As Advertised in the "Pioneer.') OLD COLWYN. To-morrow (Saturday), at the Ship Hotel, Old .Colwyn, Mr George Pmbns, the well- known -auctioneer, of Abergele, 'will offer for saile by public auction the freehold shop, dwell- ing-house, and premises, linown as the Junction Stores, .Lly-sfaen. At the sane time the well- built cottage, No. 2, Brynseriol, will be put up. Further particulars can be had an application to the auctioneer, or to Mr E. A. Crabbe, solicitor, Town Hall, Abergele. RHYL. Mr Francis Geary, of Rhyl, is announced to dispose, on Tuesday next, at the Alex,andira Hotsl, of the freehold property, No. 1:\1, West Parade, Rhyl—known as "Malvern .House''— together with the stables, coachhouses, etc., in the rear. Messrs Joliffe and Joliffe, of Chester, are the acting solicitors.
Educational. LLANDUDNO. SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Woll recommended. Home Life- 9458- I'1 9 Terms moderate. Principals -The Misses MOXON, Cbitrell JOHN HAYE5, Consulting Engineer & Patent AgeIlr Fet. Chartered Inst. Patent Agents, (Begisfcered)- Offices 11, Church St., CARNARVON, North Wa«' Undertakes the Procura- ion of Patents for t'll United Kingdom and all Foreign Countries, alsO Registration of Trade Marks and DesignS. in Searches made as to Novelty. Technical assist3; Infringement Cases, and as to the Practical W 0 gore, Out and Utilization of Inventions. Particulars on application. a 51. Telegraphic Address:OV/ER, CARNARVON.' Te TO VISITORS & RESIDENTS OF R»vL' < W. CLARKE a SON Have Opened New Premises at No. 18, Bodfor Street, RhyJ., For the supply of ..jw FJSH, GAME & POULTRY of the best 1 A CHOICE SELECTION OF RUIT AND V GETABIES always on B4 LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES- rJ:t1PV W. CLARKE & SON are successors to MB. J. i 2 & 3, WATER STREET. Branches 2 & 3, MARKET HALL. g# I 18, BODFOR STREET^ Treleaven J oneS, HYGIENIC BAKERY, OLD COLWYN. GOLD MEDAL, 1)1 and f, LONDON, 1903. —gi$S SAMPLE LOAF SENT GEANI) RECORD OF PBIZ£ WON WITH S 0 9 tv Dobbins Mantl at the .jftjU. Leading Shows in the United 5 1 O ro&St Including FIE, ST and SPECIAL at the FARMERS' ASSOCIATION £ 8 at the POOL FARMERS' CLUB; also a of PRIZES for Roots at the CHESTER AND LIVERPOOL S PRESTON (GUILD) SHOW. !ø THIS YEAR'S SUCCESS AT THIS ^°hl> pel* SHOWS:— T qil O^.f0isf At the CHESHIRE AGKIOULTUR'^ 1 j P'j, a v, Nn twich, 6th August, J903,-—1 Silver Medas, 8 First Prizes, 7 Second Prizes, AAj? & t KNUTSPOIID.AGRICULT UltAL SHOW 1 tír Various Vegetables. H ALTRINOHAM SHOW, Sept. 23rd—2 coP" Prizes for Twelve Pest Swedes. ciaud ii BIRMINGHAM UNION SHOW, Sept. "Wi. 0$ Prize forlOO Onions, open to l.he Umted Ivjnr^0^'ci bJ il,flo LONDON FARMEKS' ASSOCIATION. au. 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th—Third Prize for bweo" Entries. r,r,TjI' e LIVERPOOL DISTRICT FARMERS J^ a#6' Oct. 16th—16 Firsts, 11 Seconds, and 13 T# -VeJ8 74 Prizes at the LOCAL S ROWS for VariO" ALL GROWN WITH OUB ,I,p 8PECIH, CONCENTRATED J'I1AS 0,0 NOTICE TO FARIIIF-R frOI13 0 We neither take Glue Size nor 10. Bone Manures. They are absolutely pa' PRICE LIST. n GUARANTEED PURE ENO-L-1^. 0 BONE MEAL (Extra J}- Cash Six Months'Credit GUARANTEED PURE 0 BONES. n £ 6 0 <^ash Per SbJoft-i. Six Months'Credit '\ftjyvL 0 SPECIAL CONCENTRATED 0 0 Cash Per fc01 £ 4 Loll Six Months' Credit -oails, (In Bags free at the Works, or "nln„ApP Prices for Small Quantities can be had 0 SOLE MAN13F,N-CT-UR, I-, P. DOBBINS,80 Wor All cominan i cations to be rvidressed QArp-ftH: ft 14, CANAL SIDE, OH- Telegrams—" DOBBINS, CHEST>-b-. AGENTS for North Wales North Terrace, Rbyl; Rhyl Distncu. B B AA 9, J -j Hossett; Rossett District. W. Road, Oswestry Oswestry District, cafn.R.SO., N.Wales. afn, R.S 0., N. Wales. J