R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C. Ophthalmic Optician, LLANRWST. AtBEE HIVE TEMPERANCE HOTEL CARNARVON, 1st and 3rd Saturdays in each month. At COMPTON HOUSE, CASTLE ST CON WAV, 1st Fridayin each month. At CENTRAL PHARMACY, LLAN- GEFNI, EVERY THURSDAY. SCIENTIFIC .Îrlr.TESTING
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Established 1851. WM. DEW and SON ———— AND ———— ■ 1 R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., y AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, BANGOR (T&i 13) CONWAY (Te! 29). | TELIXRAMS "DEWSON." Sales of Country Estates, Contents of Mansions and Private Residences. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire and Anglesey Smithfields. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19th, 1919. OUTLYING PORTIONS OF THE PENRHYN ESTATE. IN THE LLEYN PENINSULA. PARISHES of BODFERIN, BlYN CROES, ABERDARON, LLANFAEL- RHYS, RHIW, LLANGYB1, and DOL- a BENMAEN. i ]Lf ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. *■ ARTHUR JONES have received in- structions from the Right Hon. Lord Pen- tbyn to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, PWLLHELI, noted FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES, ex- ..en ding to an area of 1050 Acres (or thereabouts). For all further particulars apply to Messrs Carter, Vincent and Ct., Solicitors, Bangor and Carnarvon, or at the Ollices of the Auctioneers, Biiiigor and Conway, WEDNESDAY. NOV. 19th, 1919. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF LLANENGAN. ESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION at the TOWN HALL, PWLL- HELI (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all the VALUABLE and VERY DESIRABLE FREEHOLD FARM and LAND known as TYNEWYDU, j extending to 204 Acres 'or thereabout), Situate close to the Villages of Llanengan and Barn Bach, and distant about li miles from the Growing Seaside Resort of Aber- soch, and about eight miies irom the old established Market Town of Pwllheli. For all further particulars apply to Messrs Chamberlain and Johnston, Soiici- tors, Llandudno, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. By direction of the Hon. Fred. C;, Wynn, NOVEMBER lStn, 1919. PARISH OF DOLBENMAEN. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and '.I.. R. ARTHUR JONER will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION iunloss previously Sold by Private Treaty at the SOWN HALL. PWLLHELI, at 2 p.m., the well-known Farms, LLYSTYN GANOL and LLECHEIDDIOR UCHAF, extending to an area of 240 ACRES (or thereabouts). For aU further particulars apply to R. Robinson, Glynllifon Iistate Office, Car JUarvon; Messrs Pieton Jones and Roberts, Solicitors, Pwllheli; or to the Auctioneers, at their Officei6 Bangor and Conway. '1 NORTH WALES. PWLLHELI. J '.myfESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. I iTJL ARTHUR JONES have been in- I structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- ■ TION (unless previously Sold by Private Treaty), at the TOWN HALL, PWLL- HELI, on' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1919, at Two p.m., subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all that Valuable BUILDING LAND. Extending to an area of 1166 Square Yards or thereabouts. Situate in Churtor. Road, PwHhcii, with a frontage of about 85 feet. For all further particulartl apply to ,the Auotioneers, Bangor and Conway. AT AN EARLY DATE. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISHES OF LLANDRYGARN, BODWROG, i>L A N FA CHRAETH, LLANDDEUSANT, AND LLAN. FIGAEL. ESSRS V.1. DEW and SON and UM. R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- ducted to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION & the TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI (.sub- feet to Conditions of Sale to be Chen pro- and read), aiuabie and Highly Pro- L FREEHOLD FARMS and I ACCOMMODATION LANDS, f prising 27 3 ACRES (or thereabouts), and including the well-known Holdings L FREEHOLD FARMS and I ACCOMMODATION LANDS, f amprising 273 ACRES (or thereabouts), and including the well-known Holdings of If CLEGIR GWYNION, r PLAS LLANFIGAEL, MAESLLAN, | BODWROG (part of), BRYNT1RI0N, I LLANDDEUSANT. I Detailed Particulars ill appear in later announcements, or in the meantime may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. By in struafcions from the Disposal Board of Agriculture, at CONWAY CATTLE MART, NOVEMBER 18th, 1919, I [ ni/f ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. UlWL ARTHUR JONES will OFF'KR BY (AUCTION, at 2.30 p.m., a FORDSON ■XRACTOR. .u_ G. m R. By direction of the County of. Anglesey War Agricultural Executive Com- mittee. LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHiTELD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 34th, 1919, at Twelve noon. MESSRS Wt. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have receive instructions to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION. at their LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD, as above, a large number of MOTOR VANS. TRACTORS, SELF- BINDERS, Etc Etc., comprising: 7 FORDSON TRACTORS, 2 FORD VANS, 7 OLIVER PLOUGHS, 4 ALBION BINDERS, 4 CLIMAX BINDERS (W A. Wood), 2 DISC HARROWS, Casks of Gear and Lubricating Oils, 225 Petrol and Oil Tins, a quantity of Plough Shares, Conversion Blocks, etc., and various Spare Parts. Auctioneers' Offices, Bangor and Con- way. AT AN EARLY DATE. TOWN OF CARNARVON. \/TESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION (unless previously Sold by Private Treaty) all those Valuable and conrenientlv-situ- ated FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES, comprising "HAULFRE, BERESFORD HOUSE, CAE'R MEN A I, MUR MENAI, No. 19, CHURCH-STREET, 1SGAER, and LAMORNA. situate in Church-treet. For all further particulars apply to Messrs Carter, Vincent and Co., Solicitors, Carnarvon, and Bangor, or to the Auc- tioneers, Bangor and Conway. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. GLAN CONWAY*. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR J0NF1S have been in- structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION, at an early date (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), the VALU- ABLE ACCOMMODATION or BUILD- ING LAND, known as BRYN ODYN and CAE'RGRAIG, ExtendiDg to an area of 25 Acres (or thereabouts), Situate near Glan Conway, and within convenient distance of Conway, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, -etc. Full detailed particulars, plan, and Con- ditions of Sale may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Notice. On GLYN UCHA FARM, ROEWEN, MODERN TIMBER-BUILT ARTIST'S STUDIO (Shoot Zinc roof), 35ft. x 20ft.; 9ft. from ground to eaves, 19ft. to ridge, 24ft. x 12ft. north light, with four side casement win- dows erected in sections for convenience of removal as to the double (cavity) walls and floors. This attractive Building could readily be adapted to Recreation Room purposes, music, etc., or for garaging several cars. MESSRS WM. DEWt and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date (if not previously disposed of privately). On view Wednesday, November 12th, 1919, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1919. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD. Grading at 11 a.m. No Stock received for Grading after 11 o'clock. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18th, 1919. CONWAY CATTLE MART. Grading at 11 a.m. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1919. LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. Grading at Ten o'clock. No Stock received for Grading after Eleven a.m. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE' SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1919. LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. Grading at Eleven a.m. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. r iVin WILLIAM HUOHn. SMITHFIELD, BODORG A N. TUESDAY, NOV. 25t.h, 1919. Grading, Ten a.m.; Sale of Dairy Cows, Store Cattle, Breeding Eww and Rams to i Commence at Two p.m. prompt-. Further Entries invited. BAY VIEW, RH0SNE1GR. flTR WILLIAM FUGUES is favoured '-LTX. with instruct-, on 5 by Mr G. Owen to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises as ab'.ve, 011 FRIDAY, NOV- l4th, 1919, six Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Masuf-soes and Palliasses, "wadding, etc. vvortl Chests of Drapers, «Vashstan4- ''pressing TabU-s, Toilet vlasses and iV>iiefc VVare., a splendid Dark Oak Welsh I-n-^ser, with the usual VY.P. Crockery thftrson; Hardwood Dining jj&ole, Ma/»f«iy Dining Tablo with atktique Dark Mahogany pivalope Top Tab! Sofa, MaWany L^tter-oovewEd Couch, Plush-<x>vared Back Ch~i-■ Easy Chairs, t to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the t Premises as ab'.ve, on FRIDAY, NOV- t EMq..fu:¡. 14th, 1919, six Braas and Iron K Bedsteads, Masuf-soes and Palliasses, "wadding, etc. vvortl Chests of Drapers, «Vashstan4- ''pressing TabU-s, Toilet vlasses and iV>iiefc VVare., a splendid Dark Oak Welsh I-n-^ser, with the usual VY.P. Crockery thftrson; Hardwood Dining jj&ole, Ma/»f«iy Dining Tablo with atktique Dark Mahogany pivalope Top Tab! Sofa, MaWany L^tter-oovewEd Couch, Plush-<x>vared Back Ch~i-■ Easy Chairs, Windsor Chairs, Voi<hnsr Chair, Cupboard, Huge Zinc P*n> Tea Set, Oar- 9^' Rug. Mats, antique 1 tTvtLT Mockery', and Cul- U t.en)lls.. fcinlc ut Ono p.m. prompt ■ O'no p.in. proinpt Yr Erw, COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. ( By Order of the War Agricultural Com. | mittee. -»/TR WILLIAM HUGIIES is instructed Wl. to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, t ♦ TXANFAm P.G., on FRIDAY, NOV- 1 «M13ER 21st' 1919. two Ford Vans, seven I JVjcoii Tractors, sev^n F'ordson Oliver i» iffhs, Binders, four Harrows, Disc Harrows, six Traotor Ploughs, p.Jtivators, eight Trailers, Grease, i Spare Parts, Oil Drums, Cans, etc., sto I oomfflenoe Twelve noon prompt. ^^O^SALE, by Private Treitty, about 4cres of excellent Land; close r; n Lvrgan Station. For particidars ap- ^y^vV'iOiam Hugh^, Auctioneer, Bod- [p oro- DAVID JONES A Co., RHOSGOCH SMITHFIELD. NEXT PERIODICAL GRADING OF FAT CATTLE and SHEEP on TUESDAY, NOV. 25th, 1919. N.B.—Stock intended for Grading can- not be accepted after 10 a.m. Further particulars of the Auctioneers at their Offices, 30, Mona street, Amlwch, and Midland Bank Chambers, Holy- head. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. rpo BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY A the SEVERAL STACKS of Well- harvested HAY, of the growth of 7ni, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more Of less, also undermentioned, viz. Estim'd Estim'd. STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS, Weight Tons. Tons. Fenns Bank 3| Penmaenpool. 3' Ellesmerc No. 1 5 Barmouth 2, •> Z 6j Dyffryn 5 Talgarth 5 Pensarn }, Trefeinon 4 Talsarnau 5; Ynyslas .i 4 Portmadoc 3; Aberdovey 4f Crlccieth 3: Towyn 5 Afon Wen 6 A?thogUth Abererch 5i Pl: furthr Particulars, and to treat, ap- PI yto THE SECRETARY Cambrian Railways Co., Osweatry, Oct., 1919. Ortwestry. ■ "m —— TAN'RALLT, OEIRCHIOG ANGLESEY. TO BE SOLD, Privately, Grazing Land, containing 124 Acres (or thereabouts) with abundance of water through the year, and near Tycrocs Stat* i.-For particulars apply John Pritohard, Tan'rallt, Tycroes, B.S.O., Anglesey, H. T. GW»N & bON, NOTICE. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON will NOT BE LIABLE should ANY ACCIDENTS OCCUR at SALES CON- DUCTED by THEM. GRADING STATIONS. TY CROES, NOVEMBER 18th. LLANGEFNI, MONDAY, NOV. 24th. PENTRAETH, TUESDAY, NOV. 25th. Grading at Ten sharp as per strict in- structions. CERRIG DDEWI, LLANGWYLLOG. SATURDAY NEXT, NOV. 15th, 1919. IMPORTANT SALE of Six Head of -I- HORSES, 35 Head of CATTLE, the whole of the AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS, Etc.; adso the whole STACK- YARD, and about Six Acres of Excellent GREEN CROP. Full particulars on Posters. Sale at Twelve o'clock. PRYSAN, BRYNGWRAN, VALLEY. LETTING of about 150 Acres Rich GRAZING LAND, in convenient Lots, 011 MONDAY NEXT, at 12.30 p.m. TRE IORWERTH, BODEDFRN. LETTING of about 100 Acres of Rich GRAZING LAND, in convenient Lots, under instructions by the Rev. J. Wr. Wynne Jones, 3d.A.. on ylODAY NEXT, at Two p m. BRYN HAFOD, LLANERCHYMEDD. Important Sale of Household Furniture, etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN AND SON have been favoured with instruc- tions from the Guardians to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Place, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6U1, at Eleven a.m. CORS YR EIRA, LLANGWYLLOG. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS, GRAZIERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON -LtjL have been favoured with instruc- tions by Mrs Parry to LET about 120 Acres of Rich GRAZING LAND, at an early date. LLEINIOG CASTLE, LLANGOED. Important .to Farmers, Cattle Dealers, and others: Letting of Rich (Jrazing Land in convenient Lots. MESSRS HUGH THOMAS OWEN iTJL and SON havo been favoured with instructions by D. P. Williams, Esq., to LET the above by PUBLIC AUCTION at an early date: A vc.ry good Cart Mare FARM IMPLEMENTS, etc.: New 12ft. Broadcast Corn Drill, two Chaff- cutters.' Drag Rake, Spring Cart, high Dog Cart. an excellent Governess Car, Set of Cart Harness, Riding Saddle, odd- ments of Harness, a very good Lathe (3 gear), double-blast Circular Belkw, in excellent condition; Iron Sack Truck, and other useful articles. An Assortment of FUH, ITCRE. compridng a beautiful Vic- torian Sideboard, Mahogany Veneered on Mahogany Oak Grandfather's Clock, Oak Dressers, a few Old Oak Chairs, a very rare Antique Elizabethan Panelled Oak Chest, two other Old Chests, Gate-leg table, good Din.ing Table, two Oak Bed- room Suites, including Wardrobes, Dress- ing Tables and Washstands, Iron Bed- steads, Child's Wood Collapsible Cot, Flock Mattresses, Carpets. Mats, etc.; Kitchen and other Fenders, two Carpet Sweepers, large Marble Cock, one pair of Bronze Ornaments, Knife .Machine, Mail Cart, ¡ Sewing Machine, Deal Toilet and other small Tables, large Meat Safe, Camp Chairs, Boy's Wheelbarrow, Gent's Bi- cycle, sundry Crockery and Kitchen Uten- sils, and numerous other things. FURNITURE, Etc., at PEN DYFFRYN (to be removed to LLEINIOG for convenience of Sale). Two solid Mahogany Sideboards with mirror backs, one solid Mahogany Leaf Table with three loose leaves, ono Brass and Stained-glass (leaded) Hanging Hall Lamp, one Paraffin Hall Stove, two Oil- paintings in hand-some Gilt framos, one Ransome's Lawn Mower, one Child's Iron Got, two Iron Bedsieads, one handsome Marble Clock (perfect order) with two Side Ornaments en suite, one Electro-plate Serving Spoon Warmer, one Mahogany Arm Chair, one Office Desk Chair, two Ca.rpets. one pair handsome China Figure Ornaments, large selection of Ornaments, sundry Articles of Harness, and several other Article-. TY DU, LLANF1HANGEL, Nr. BEAUMARIS. SALE of L I V E and DEAD FARMING STOCK. MESSRS II. T. OWEN and SON have been ins-tructcd by R. WTilliams, Esq., who is givin.g up farming, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date. Full particulars will appear shortly. MESSRS OWEN AND LLOYD -+- TRAINING SHIP CLIO," BANGOR. Important to Fanner- Boatmen, Hotel Proprietors, Educational Authorities, and TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION by -Vf ESSRS OWEN and LLOYD (in- iTJt. struoted by Mr T. J. Thomas, Sail- maker. Bangor), on FRIDAY, 21st NO- VEMBER, 1919. at 11 a.m. (and the following day, if necessary), at the CLIO YARD. BEACH ROAD, BANGOR, the large and valuable EQUIPMENT, etc., removed from the Training-ship "Clio" for convenience of Sale, and briefly com- prising:—4 Whalers, about 28ft. long: 1 Captain's Galley, about 3Cft. long; 1 Motor Lifeboat, about 38ft.. long, fitted with an 8-h.p. Kelvin Engine, and containing 4 Water 'Tanks with a oapacity of 2^ tons each; 1 Dinghy, 13ft. long, with Oars, Rowlocks, and Rudder; largo quantities of Iron frame Vamp Beds, 500 yards Tele- phone Cable, 4 Singer's Treadle Sewing Machines, a large Galvanised Iron Shed, containing a Swimming Bath and Heat- ing Apparatus; Canvas Hose Pipes, Can. vas Covers, Hemp and Wire Ropes, Ben- ches, Deck Chairs, Trestle Ta.bleS, Desk*, Black Boards, Easels, Dumb Bells and Parallel Bars, Carpenter's Tools, Lamp Glasses, Yard Brushes and Hair Brooms, Cask of Lubricating Oil, Oak Planks and other Timber, Firewood, a large quantity of Enamelled Ware, Cooking Utensils and Cutlery, Acetylene Gas Plant, suitable for an Institution or Private Residence. Also 1 Adler Two-seater Motor Car, I Wolsefcey Two-seater Motor Car, and a Williamson 8-h.p. Motor Cycle with Side- Car. All the above can be viewed on Thurs- day, 20th November, between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. Further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Masonic Chambers, Bangor, or Cefni Chambers, Llangefni. Preliminary Announcement. MESSRS OWEN and LLOYD wai .,L JIL shortly hold a SALE at LLAN- GEFNI of MOTOR OARS, MOTOR CYCLES, and PUSH CYCLES. Further Entries for this Sale are invited. rw Masonic Chambers, Bangror, and Cefm Chambers, Liangefrii. RABBIT m moowts C ONBC, LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS Jones will hold their NEXT SALE on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17lh. Established 1863. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. (PARKER MACKENZIE, F A I Auctioneers, Surveyors Estate Agents. Head Office: BANGOR. Branch Office: LLANGEFNI. Sales by Auction of Landed Estates, Tc vn and Country Properties, the Equipment of Mansions an.i Private Residences in any part of North Wales. Tel. 47 BANGOR. Telegrams PRITCHARD, AUCTIONEER, BANGOR GRADING. MONDAY, NOV. 17th. VALLEY. TUESDAY, NOV. 18th, LLANERCHY- MEDD. At TEN a.m. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14th. MENAI BRIDGE SECOND FAIR. SALE at 12 noon. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO beg to announce that they have been re- quested to hold a further SALE of about 80 HEAVY and LIGHT HORSES, CART COLTS and SUCKERS, together with a SPECIAL SALE of well-bred HACKNEY and other PONIES from Miss E. Lort. Castellmai, and A. Bodvel Roberts, Esq., both of Carnarvon. Catalogues printed day previous, and may be had on the morning of Sale free of charge. ANGLESEY. SALE OF A DESIRABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE (with immediate possession) in BEAUMARIS. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. are instructed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, subject to Conditions, at the BULK ELEY ARMS HOTEL, BEAU- MARIS, at Two p.m. (or immediately aft.er the SaJe of Trosyrafon), on SATUR- DAY, the 15th NOVEMBER Instant, the very Desirable Dwelling-House known as FAIR VIEW, Self contained in Rating Row, Beaumaris, as now in the occupation of Mrs Richard Eames. The Hou.se contains a large Cellar, three Rooms and Pantry on Ground Floor, three Rooms 011 the 1st Floor, and three Rooms on the 2nd Floor. An exceedingly well-built Hou-v. 'I'hore is also a Yard adjoining the pre- mises, which might conveniently be used for a Stable or Garage. Apply to the Auctioneers or tile Solici- tor, Mr J. S. Laurie, Beaumaris. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISH OF PENMON, NEAR BEAUMARIS. ATTRACTIVE SALE of a Very Delsirable FREEHOLD COUNTRY RESIDENCE with Gardens, Ornamental Grounds, Out- buildings and Lands, comprising 23a. Or. 37p., portions of which form eligible Buildings Sites and fertile accommodation land, including the nice Small Holding, Glan y Llyn. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at THE WILLIAMS- BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL, BEAU- MARIS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1919, at Two p.m., in one Lot or in I the following or such other Lot or Lots M may there and then be decided on:- Lot I.-The singularly attractive Free- hold Country Residence, TROS-YR- AFON, with vacant possession (a" late and for many years in the occupation of Dr. Hepworth), well placed in a lovely bracing position commanding magnificent scenery. The Accommodation includes: Three En- tertaining-rooms, four Bod and one Dress- ing room, Domestic Offices, Cloakroom, Bathroom (II. and C.), Indoor and Out- door Sanitation, Gardens, Greenhouses, Ornamental Grounds, large Court Yard, Garage, Stabling, etc., and Gardener's Cottage good supply of water, excellent sanitation, Yachting, Golf, and Fishing; Post and Telegraph Offices within a mile. Area a little over four acres. Lot 2. CAE MAIN, otherwise Cae Nowydd Accommodation Field, with long road frontage. A grand Building Site about five acres. Lot. 3.-CAF. FELEN. FRON FAWR, and WARN FFYNNON, Fertile Accom- modation Fields with useful Farm Build- ings, about 13 Acres. Lot 4. — A charming Small Holding, GLAN Y LLYN, with four enclosures of Fertile Land well watered and fenced, to- gether with the House and Outbuildings. Area about 5a. 3r. 19p. Certa.in fixtures at Trosyrafon will have to be paid for by the purchaser of Lot 1 in addition to the purchase price as per In. ventory and Valuation to be produced at the Sale. Plans and Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained a week before the Sale from Mr J. S. Laurie, Solicitor, Beau- maris and Llangefni, and tho Auctioneers, Bank Chambers, Bangor. By Order of the Anglesey Agricultural Executive Committee. VALLEY SMITHFIELD. MONDAY, NOV. 17th, 1919. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. are instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION Seven Fordson Tractors, Six Trailers. Nine Binders. Double- furrow Ploughs. Cultivators, several Drums of Lubricating Oil, and a liirge assortment of Spare Parts. Teals; also Two Ford Vans, Two Horses. Cart, Lorry, etc. Sale at 11 a.m. Bank Chambers, Bangor. GADLYS, LLANSADWRN, ANGLESEY. SALE of a Portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, POULTRY APPLI- ANCES, TWO MILCH COWS and other OUT-DOOR EFFECTS. • JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. are favoured with the instructicma of Sir Elliott Philipson Stow, Bart., to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Pre- mises, as above, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1919, commencing at Eleven a m. prompt, a portion of the superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, several Choice Pieces of Modern Sheraton, including a handsome Corner China Cabinet, a choice specimen Table, hand- some two-tier Dumb Waiter (3ft. 6in. wide), Kidney-shaped Tea Tray, a lovely oval top Fancy 'Table, costly Mahogany three-fold Screen, Mahogany Fancy Table on cabriole supports, Oak Revolving Writ- ing Chair, Oai F'anoy Tahle, two Canary Wood Telescope Dining Tables, about 30 Table, Bracket, Hand and Hurricane Lamps, Ax minster Stair Car pet, superior Linoleum, Perambulator, Child's Push Oar, Bradford's Patent Fish Back Churn, Deal Kitchen Tables, Bradford's Pa- goda" Ironing Stove and Piping, Flat Irons. Wringing Machine, Culinary Uten- sils, Child S. Tricycle, ten Iron Single and Double Bedsteads, Spring and Wool Mat- tressos, several Stained Wardrobes, Bed- room Appointments. THE OUT-DOOR EFFECTS include two In-Calf Cows (one due to calve Janu- ary 18th, fourth calf, and the other May 25th, fourth calf), both good milkers; Part Stack of weU harvested Hay, 50 yards of Chestnut Pale Fencing, 4ft. 6in. high three rolls (50 varda) of New Wire Net-' 6in. high, 3in. meah, one roll Zft. 10m. high and l^in. mosh Cattle Fecd- ing Troughs, 50 gallon Oil Drum, large Galvanised Circular Corn Bin, One Wood and One Galvanised Corn Bin. Powell's Cambrian Root Pulpert Forty 9ft. Iron Standards. Wood's Hay Kicker. Garden Tools, Flower Pots, Ransome's Lawn Mower, Iron Roller, etc. THE POULTRY APPLIANCES, by Randolph, Meech, Hamworthy, Dorset, include 13 good. 4ft. Hen Coops with shutters and runs, Scratching Shed (15ft.) with Wire Netting front and run, two Fa.t- tening Coops, two Fowl Houses (4ft. 6in.); also new Bee Hive. N.Po .-On View Morning of Sale. The Sale Y ill co .~v.cnce with the Outdoor 1-2Te; BU-.K Chambers, Bangor (Tel. 47). NOTICE.—All Entries close by Satur- day, 15th, for preliminary Catalogues sent to Buyers from all ftarts. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER Zfcth, 1919. PENRHYN HALL, BANGOR. HIGHLY IMPORTANT COLLECTIVE SALE of Rare and Valuable ANTIQUE and MODERN FURNITURE, Cosily Carpets, Water-Colour Drawings and Oil Paintings by Celebrated Artists, Old Sheffield Plate and Plated Goods, Old Glass and China of the rarest and choicest design, etc. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Beb to announco this very Important and Attractive SALE of IllGH-CLASS FURNITURE, which will include several valuable pieces of antiques of different periods, in addition to sets of complete Entertaining and Bedroom Furniture by makers of repute.. ORDER OF SALE: Pictures, Glass and China, etc., at Eleven a.m.; Sale of Antiques at Two p.m. prompt. Catalogues preparing and will be issued to Buyers from 1 parts a full week prior to ajc. The Auctioneers will arrange to collect at a moderate charge any furniture in Bangor or District the day previous. All Entries must be made direct to the Auctioneers not later than SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15th. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 26th, 1919. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. are instructed by the Government Pro- perty Disposal Board to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION at the PENRHYN HALL, BANGOR (in conjunction with their Periodical Sale of Household Furni- ture). a large assortment of NEW and SECOND-HAND SURPLUS CAMP EQUIPMENT, full particulars of which appear in Catalogues to be obtained of the Auctioneers, Bunk Chambers, Ban- gor. ° mR- By direction of the Disposal Board. KINGSBRIDGE CAMP, BEAUMARIS. WE'iNFSRDAY. DECEMBER 3rd, 1919, at 1.30 p.m. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the Camp (situate off the Llangoed-road, two miles from Beaumaris). FIFTEEN CAPITAL HUTTINGS, comprising administrative Hut divided into five rooms, Hospital, Living and Bar- rack Huts, Cook House Store, etc., also four Baths, and Farm Boiler. Catalogues may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers, Bank Chambers, Bangor. CAE UCHA, LLANSADWRN. SALE of the LIVE STOCK, AGRICUL- TURAL IMPLEMENTS, and the EX- CELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. instructed by Mrs Jones (who is quitting) to SELL bv PUBLIC AUCTION, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2ld, 1919, at 11 a.m. punctually, an assortment of excellent Modern Agricultural Implements, two Float.s, Gig. two Tip Carts and Frames, Shaft and Leading Gear, two Sets of Har- ness. Iron Hurdles, Ladders, etc.; seven excellent Milcli Cows (to calve from Janu- ary io March), a promising Yearling Welsh Bull, five Yearling Steers and Heifers, five strong Calves, 20 head of Poultry, Chest- nut Cart Horse (aged), light Bay Mare, Pony with Foal, Dairy Utensils, and the excellent Household Furniture, compris- ing a superior, well-made Oak Dining-room Suite (9 piecas), upholstered in Crocodile Leather, and a Walnut Suite (9 pieces), uphoJstored in Croekatt Leather; a liand- somely-designed Walnut Sideboard, Wal- nut and Mahogany Telescope Dining Tables, Antique Mahogany Cupboard with glazed ]>anels (a choice specimen), a nicely- designed Pier Glass in heavily Gilt Frame, Iron and Brass Fenders, Walnut Hat and Umbrella Stand, Grandfather's Clock in Oak and Mahogany Cl,tie, Regulator Clock, Carix'ts, Rugs. Fenders, Fire Sets, Oil- cloths, the usual Bedroom Appointments, including two well-made Satin-Walnut Suit.e, Order of Salr.. Implements. Milch Cows, Store Cattle, and Horses, at 11 a.m. sharp; Household Flffects about 1 p.m. MONA VIEW, LLANFAIIIFECHAN. SALE of the ANTIQUE and SUPERIOR MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY; DECFLMBER 2nd, 1919, at 11 a.m., the contents of three Entertaining- rooms, eight Bedrooms, and Domestic Offices. Further particulars preparing. Bank Chambers, Bangor. MERIONETHSHIRE. PARISHES OF FESTINIOG AND MAENTWROG. PIIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE of a moat attractive FREliHOLD AGRICUL- TURAL, RESIDENTIAL, SPORTING, and MINERAL ESTATE, situate at Fee- timiog, the Switzerland of Wales, with magnificent views of the Maentwrog-Valley and Cardigan Bay in the distance. JOHN PRITCHARD & Co. will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the PUBLIC HALL, FE8- TINIOG, on WEDNESDAY, DECEM- BER 10th, 1919, the AGRICULTURAL PORTION of the PENGWERN ESTATE. originally known as the Fletcher te, embracing an area erf 2000 Acres, or thereabouts, Comprising: 21 Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, with dry Mountain Sheep Walks attached thereto, an-d Nine Capital SMALL HuLDINGS, with similar rights of Graz- ing: RICH ACCOMMODATION LANDS and FFRIDDS, RIPE BUILDING SITES, FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS, with early reversions, Valuable WATER RIGHTS and EASEMENTS, together with three famous Water Falls; also the Valuable BRYN GLAS SLATE QUARRY. on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1919, at 10.30 a.m. prompt. Illustrated Particulars. Plans, and Con- ditions oi Sale may be obtained of Messrs Birch, OuJlimare and Co., Solicitors, Ches- ter Mr R. C. Jones, Oae'r Blaidd Estate Office, Blaenau Festiniog and the Auction- eers, Bank Chambers, Bangor. PLEASE NOTE ALTERATION OF DATE. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISH OF PENTRAETH. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI. on THURSDAY. DECEMBER 11th. 1919, at Two p.m. the following FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PRO- PERTIES:— A. R. P. TAN Y MYNYDD, in the occu- pation of Mr Richard Thomas 3 1 25 TY MAWR, TAN-Y MYNYDD, in the occupation of Mr Griffith Griffiths o4 3 39 Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co.. Solici- tors, Bangor, or of the Auctioneers, Ban- gor. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. TREVOR PLAS ESTATE. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. have been instructed to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at. THE TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI. 011 THURSDAY, DECEMBER llth. 1919. at Two p.m., the following desirable r FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES Parish of Llanddaiuelfab: A. R. P. Trefnant Ddu 51 3 33 Parish of Llaneilian Llaingrin 1 2 8 Gor3, Ty'nvffordd 3 3 15 Ty'nyffordi 10 1 7 Car was 13 2 35 j Glan'rafon Uchaf 12 0 19 Ty'rlycoed, Pensarn 39 3 33 Also the Licensed Premises known as "KING WILLIAM IV." INN, PEN- SARN, and the Dwelling-house and Buildings known as the OLD POST OFFICE, PENSARN. Further particulars of Messrs Carter, Vincent and Co., Solicitors, Bangor and Carnarvon, or of the Auctioneers, Ban- gor. SWYDDFA BWYD RHANBARTH GOGLEDD CYMRU. GWERTTIIANT YMENYN- RHYBUDD PWYSIG. T> IIODDIR. RHYBUDD trwy hyn mai y i V PEIS UCHAF a ELLIR GODI am YMENYN wrth CM FAN-WERTHU yw HANNER CORON Y PWYS. 0* y gwna rhywun godi ncn- dalu pris uwch tin hyn, neu gynnyg rhoddi, neu dderbyn unrhyw rodd yn ychwanegol at y pris, BYDD YN AGORED I GAEL EI ERLYN. JOHN R. HUGHES, Dirprwyvvr. Ta-chwedd 7fed, 1919. CYMDEITHAS LEVYDDOL BRO GORONWY. Cvnhelir CYFARFOD CYSTADLEUOL NOS NADOLIG. Llywydd: SYR OWEN THOMAS, A.S. Arweinydd: MR D. J. ELIAS. Cyfeiies: MISS MAGGIE PARRY, A.L.CJM. Beirniad Cerddorol: HEFIN JONES, Pen- traeth. Her Unawd Gymreig, Ip 5s. Adroddiad (pob oed), "Y Cwymp," gan Eben Fardd, lp Is. lp Is. Y Testynau i'w oael am lc yr un gan Hugh Jones (Ysg.), Hendy, Ty'nygongl, Hugh Jones (Ysg.), Hendy, Ty'nygongl, Anglesey. CYFARFOD CYSTADLEUOL a gynholir yng NGHARREGLEFN. MON, RHAGFYR 26ain, 1919. Y TE5TYNAU canlynol yn rhydd i'r Byd: — Traethawd, G wrobr 10a Marwnad (y fuddugol yn eiddo rhoddwr y wobr). wobr JS2 2s; Prif Adroddiad, Gwobr JB1 Is; Unawdau i bob llais. Gwobr £1 Is yr un; Cor Cymysg, Gwobr £ 5; Cor Plant, Gwobr £1 10s. Gellir cael Rhest-r o'r Testynau ond an- fon stamp dimai i'r Ysgrifcnnydd, R. H. Jones, B.A.. Cen Villa. I "CYFARFOD LLENYDDOL A CHERDDOROL a gynhelir yn N I W B W R C H MON RHAGFYR 26ain, 1919. I'r Cor heb fod dan 30 mewn nifer a ddat- gano "Enaid Cu" (Isalaw). Gwobr, £3. Prif Adroddiad, "Ni ddyrysodd yr Iesu (FJfed). Gwobr, 15s. Unawd, LI am y Cariadau" (Soprano), "Y Demhesitl" (Bass). Gwobr, JEl Is. Beirniaid: Llenvddol, CAERWYN; Cerddorol, MR NOAH WILLIAMS. G.T.S.C., Holyhead. Yr uchod ynghyda Uiaws o Gelfyddyd- waith yn agored i'r Byd. Rhestr Testynau, Isc, drwy'r Post 2c, Yrsgnfenyddion: MISS GRIFFITH. Bryn Goleu, MR WILLIAM HUGHES, Trosyrafon, Newborough Bodorgan. LLANGEFNI FANCIERS' POULTRY SHOW. ARDDANGOSFA DOFEDNOD .1 i'w chynnal yn KEUADD DREFOL LLANGEFNI, DYDD GWENER, RHAGFYR 19, 1919. TREFNIP. DOSBARTHLADAU I YMENYN, WYAU, COLOMENOD, ADAR (CAGE BIRDS), Etc. Bydd y Schedules yn barod ar fyrder. Anfoner am danyut at J. R. WILLIAMS, Bulkeley Square. AETHWY RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL. DRIVER FOR STEAM ROLLER. TI "UiE Aethwy Rural District Counoil re- -L -quire the services of a.. Driver for a Steam Roller and applications are hereby invited for the post. Applicants must state qualifications, age and salary required. Knowledge of English and Welsh essen- tial. Applieations accompanied by oopiee of three testimonials to be sent to the under- signed not later than the 21st NOVEM- BER, 1919. BENJAMIN EVANS, Clerk to the Council. Union Offices, Bangor, 5th November, 1919. PWYLLGOR ADDYSG MON. GLANHAWYR YSGOLION. GWAHODDLR Ceisiadau am y gwaith kX o Lanhau a Gofalu am yr Ysgolion i -od YSGOL Y CYNGOR, RHOSNEIGR, YSGOL Y CYNGOR, MEoNAI BRIDGE, YSGOL Y CYNGOR, GAERWEN, Yr Y mgeiswyr i nodi y oyflog gofynedig. Rhcetr o'r dyledswyddau i w cael o r Swyddfa Addvsg, a'r Ceisiadau i fod yn llaw yr isod erbyn RHAFYR 4ydd. R. H. WILLIAMS. Y Swyddfa Addysg, Llangefni. Swyddfa Addvsg, a'r Ceisiadau i fod yn llaw yr isod erbyn RHAFYR 4ydd. R. H. WILLIAMS. Y Swyddfa Addysg, Llangefni. NOTICE OF AUDIT. TWRCELYN FOOD CONTROL COM. MITTEE. VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the -i-^i Yearly Statements of the Accounts of this Food Control Committee, together with the Books of Account, will, on the 17th November. 1919. be de)-o-ited at the Guardians' Institution, Llanerchvinedd, and such statements of account will be open to be inspected, and examined. at any reasonable hour of the day-time, until the 1st Day of December, 1919, and that on the last mentioned day a.t the hour of 10.30 o'clock a.m. the Accounts of the said Food Control Committee will be audited by J. Edwyn Hughes. Eq.. the Auditor, at the .UbGve mentioned Institution. Dated this 4th Day of November, 1919. T. H. HUGHES. Executive Officer. Fir Grove. Menai Bridge. SITUATIONS VACANT. H.M. FOOT GUARDS. A N TED. immediately, smart Re- » cruits of excellent character for His Majesty's Foot Guards.' Age 18-25 years. Height 5ft. 7in. and upwards. Service three years with the Colours and nine years in the Army Reserve. Pay commencing at 19s 3d per week, rising to 28s per week for Private-. Opportuni- ties for advancement up to jE4 18s per week. For fuli particulars apply to the nearest Recruiting Office, or, Headquarters, Bri- gade of Guards. Wellington Barracks, Buckingham Gate, Ijondon, S.W. ANTED, in a private family, in An- » ▼ glesev, General Servant; respectable, willing, and active. Adaress, No. 777, "ClorianyJd" Office. Llangefni. V\TANTED Housemaid or House-Par- lour maid (able to sew) three other Maids kept. Apply, Mrs Gamlin, Plas- tirion. Rhvl. WANTED, Clerk (Wekh-speaking) for Agricultural Offices; able to keep books; Shorthand and Commercial know- ledge required ex-Sorvioe Man preferred; good salary offered to competent person. —Apply to W. E. Jones, Craig. Llanfair- pwll, Anglesey. EISIEU. Porthwr: dyn profiadol; t-y da gvda thanwydd yn y cyflogiad.— Jones. Llwydiarth Fawr, Llanerchymedd. BANGOR.—Mrs Williams, Registry Office for Servant*. 216. High-street (Stamp for reply). CAPABLE- GENERAL; able to cook; private family; help given,—Apply, Roberts, St. Chad's, Prince's Drive, Col- wyn Bay. COOK-GENERAL for New Brighton, experienced good wages.—Mouls- dale, "Kemlyn," Allerton-road, New Brighton. CLERK for Solicitors' Office in Carnar- von must be experienced.—Ad- dress, "Box 5300," "North Wales Chron- icle" Oflice, Bangor. DRF.SSlAKI?\G.-Wartski'¡ require a thoroughly capable Alteration Hand, able to take fittings; first-class salary and permanent appointment; immediate ap- plication is d.irable.-By Bangor Cathe- dral. DOMESTIC WAITRESS WANTED; PER- manent situation age 22 to 30 years; good home comforts good wages and tips; reference necessary. Jones and Son, St. Cadvan Commercial Hotel, Towyn-on-Sea, Merioneth. EXPERIENCED GENERAL; -good; J'J small modern House; help given; good home; wage £ 30; references re- quued.—53, Greenbank road, Birkenhead. EXPERIENCED Parlourmaid and JLj Housemaid Wanted; good salaries. —Apply, Mrs Burgees, Newlands, West- bouraeroad, Birkdale, South port. GIRL Wanted for General Household duties; Christian home good refer- ences state full particulars. Caplin, "Lamorna," Yardley Wood-road, Mose- Joy, Birmingham. HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS for New JLl Brighton good wages.—Moulsdale, "Kemlyn," Allerton-road, New Brighton. HON. MRS HENRY MOSTYN re- quires experienced Upper House- maid two kept; excellent references neces- sary.-P,odv-.gaile,n,. Llandudno. JOINERS, 2s per hour. — George P. Snape, 323, Cleveland-street, Bir- kenhead. rA BRICKLAYERS and 50 JOINERS, wv for long job; only first-class men need apply.—Sir Robert McAlpine and Sons, Ashgrove-road, Leeds-road, Hudders- field. LADIISS requiring Maids, and Maids wanting Situations, should consult Bangor District Servants' Registry (Mr. Hughes), Paris Houce. References essen- tial. Replies, stamped envelope. LINO OPERATOR Wanted, immediate- ly knowledge of W elsh preferred, but not absolutely necessary. Address, Foreman, "North Wales Chronicle," Office, Bangor. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES, Auction- eers, require a Junior Clerk for their Conway Office; state age, qualifications, and salary required; a knowledge of Welsh essential. -Address application to Bryn- hyfryd. Conway. MAID or orking Housekoeper; two in family; comfortable hoiy?; good wages references required.-4, Deiamere- road, Ainsdale, Southport. RESPECTABLE Girls Wanted for Sweet F'actory; age about 16.— Apply, Ililli L-rs, High-st., Bangor. U,PMIOR Cook,General and House- Parlourmaid Wanted, for Private House; good home and wages; by Octo- ber 20tti.-Apply, Prioe, 93, Cambridge Gardens, Kensington, W. 10. ^W\VAliD-ROOM WAITRESS re- quired, at once; also Housemaid and General for Housemaid, for Hotel m Wales; good wages; permanent.—"Box K.A. "Pioneer" Office, Colwyn Bay. ^<UPFIRIOR General Wanted; Cook- Housekeeper kept; one Lady (in- valid) no washing; private house; JE50 to oommence.-State age and length of refer- ence, to Mrs Benson, Belle Vue, Long sight, Manchester. TRONG Youth Wanted, immediately. —Apply, D. Williams and Co., Wine Merchants, i54, High-street. Bangor. fPO TAILORS. — Wanted, Cutter and • capable of making Ladies' and Gents Garments; state salary required; also what experience.—J. Morris, Harlech. H HOUSING -and DEVELOP- MENT ASSOCIATION (North Wales Branch).—Wanted, Assistant Secre- tary (part time).—For list of duties and salary, apply to P. J. Evans (Secretary), 36, Cfoaries-st., Cardiff. COLL WYD, yn Llangefni, yr wythnos /^OLLW YD, yn Llangefni, yr wythnos n ddiweddaf. Cheque ar Barclays Bank. Gan nad yw o worth i neb ond y sawl sydd a'i enw arno, dyohweler ef i Swyddfa'r "dorianydd," a cheir gwobr dda. COLLWYD, Tachwedd 3vdd, rhwng C Stesion Bodorgan a Malltraeth, Tar- paulin Car gwyrdd.—Hysbyser yr Heddwas ileol a choir gwobr. ON SALE F"ord Two-Seater; in good condition Tyres practically new brand new Tjre on Stepney; Bargain. — "Box 25," "Clorianydd" Office, Llangefni. AR WERTH, gyda meddiant union- gyrchol, Ty cyfleus, rhydd-de^fdiadol, yn Llangefni; wyth ysrtafell a gardd holaoUL-Yzriafyner a Rhif 606, Clorian- ydd" Offioo, Llangefni N EISIEU Ty lied helaeth yn gefni neu'n gyfagos i'r dref; wedi neu heb ei ddodrefnu. Ymofyner a — Clorianydd" QIioe, Llangefni. 210th Year of the Ql IN F!RE0FF!CE« *^111? I FOUNDED no. THE OLDEST INSURANCE OFFICE IN THE WORLD. Copied from Policy dated 1720. Insurances effected on the toliowing ru,ka FIRE DAMAGE. RESULTANT LOSS OF RENT and PRiOFITS. EMPLOYERS LIABILITY and WORK- MEN'S COMPENSATION, lrciuclmg to Domestic Servant* PERSONAL ACCIDENT, FIDhLlTY. GUARANTEE, SICKNESS and DIS- EASE, BURGLARY. PLATE GLASS. AGENCIES EVERYWHERE CYSUR I'R CLAF GEORGE'S PILE & GRAVEL PILLS. Ar wftrth drwv yr holl fyd adnabyddus, mewn blych- all :-1.. 30-, a 3s. ylr an. Drwy y post—Is- 4o. k 20.. E GEORGE. Olynydd J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S HIRWAIN, GLAM. NOTE NEW PRICES p t a? rRODINE FOR RAT-144.- POISON UARLEY^ "RTH k-aauaRg,fgw Local Agents:—R. R. Jones, C'jemiit, Llangefni and Amlwch; Rr A. Evans, Chemist, Porfcdinorwic. IWCS luiJerts. i Bridsre. riSIEU PAWB I tl-YBOD FOD DAVIES, Kennels, Llangefni yn barod i roddi mwy na neb arall ym Mon am Gsffylati a Gwartheg Meirw o bob maint ac oedran. Anfonir i'w cyrchu yn ddioed &r dder- by mad telegram" neu "post card.'5 Etiaiau: Gwartheg, 1^ 1 22s- LHnewaid, 6a i 12,9; Liot, 1 tyny i 5s; a Cnetfyiau. 12* 1 19a. at Ceffyiau a Gwartheg Meirw liAX JOTTV RORprrq CAE DDAFYDD, LLANGEFNI YN PKYNU -CEFFYLAU A GWARTHEG BYW A MARW. Ac yn rhoddi y PElS UCHAF am danynt. Fe'u cyrcf.i' iilfi ijj Te.egram. FINANCIAL* NO PRELIMINARY FEES. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY, in Large or Small Sums (not iess than £ 10). Call or Write to GEORGE PAYNE and SONS. 3, CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL. Established ld70. CASH LENT, £2:> to £5,000 to responds J Ladies and Oentlemcii on Note uf Haud without any bccuriiy. Terms 10 per cent and 15 per ccut accoruiug to circumstances. rirtl" est privacy observed. No fees to pay £ 25. repay £1 mouihly; £ 50 repay i:2 uwutUiy; jfclOO repaj- £ 5 monthly; £ a00, repay .t2:i monthly- ALoJoall:3 payasie Quarterly anti half-yearly. Apply to a reliable hrin and you save money. SAMUELS and CU" o. John Lfaltori-street. Manchester. INTENDING BORROWERS NOTE THIS. HAVING a large amount of read/ Cash at our dis;x>sal, we are desir- ous of LENDING same t<? 7osi>ectabl6 Business People, Householders and Far- mers, on your own Note of Hani, at the following Rates of Interest:— jL.20 repay 5s weekly. £ o0 — repay 10s weekly. £ 100 repay £ 1 weekly. Repayments to suit Clients' own l'on. vemence. Distance no object. A. FINK and CO., LTD., 2, Mount-street, MANCHESTER. J SITUATION Wanted as 'Cook-General, middle of November; good refer- ences. — Address, "T. Offioe, Llangefni. ^VTN EISIEU, Glangaeaf, mewn ty pri- 1 vite neu fferm, lie fel Working- Housekeeper neu Cook-General; yn Sir Fon yn agos i Gaergybi yn fwyaf dewisoL -Anfoner at lJ. Cloria.nydd" Office, Llangefni. CANARIES, highly trained Rollers, C Prtze and Prize-bred Norwich and Yorkshire, Mules, etc. List free. Trap List "B" for catching destructive Birds, Rats, Mice, etc.; also Clap Nets free. Strongest Birdlime procurable, Is 3d. 3. post free.N .B.-Largo or small quanti- ties Canaries purchased for prompt CaaJw —Rudd, Bird Specialist, Norwich. ODFF,ORDD.-Ar Werth New. 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, a 6, Scotland-road; hefyd No. 4, Pydew-street (Shop tier a Williams, "Tslwyn," Queen's FeeT1. Chester. "T7VOR SALE, 2i-h.p. Hobart Motor X? Cycle, in good condition cJiea-p.— Apply. Jones. Ty Croes, Bodorgan. FOR SALE, Gig: just been put in good repair and painted; new cushions; cheap. Also Governess Car for Sale 1 quite new six months only on the road; suit- able for Lady or ('-ent,jria-n -Al Illy, Elliott, Carnage Works. Lifaigefiti. YN Eisieu, Trol fechan, i siwtio M -i.yn. —Ymofyner a "A.B. • Clorian- ydd" Office, Llangefni. XX)R SALE, a splendid F^t' JD new also a quantity of Early I ot^> toes (Sharp's Express). Ai>p Hughes, Ffrid-d- oodd, Bangor. __——— T-¡WO good Ralli Cars for Sale, lampi 1 and cushions, like "• rob ize, rubber tvres.—Apply Coachman s L<>dg<v Swiw-rcid, o& Sheil-road, Famheld, L.vec pool.