R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C. Ophthalmic Optician, LLANRWST, AtBKR HIVE TEMPERANCE HOTEL CARNARVON, ist and 3rd Saturdays in each month. At CO MP TON HOUSE, CASTLE ST CONWAY, 1st Fridayin each month. At CENTRAL PHARMACY, LLAN- GEFNI. EVERY THURSDAY. CIENTlfIC SICHT-TESTING
i DAN NEDD. YMWELA DR JONES. D D.S. (A.M.). SURGEON DENTIST, CRAIG OWEN, BANGOR. A LLANGEFNI, bob DYDD lAU, vn 15, LLEOWIGAN-ROAD, o 12 tan 5.30 o'r gloch. Ym MANGOR, BOB DYDD ond dyddiau Mawrth ac lau. o 10 tan 6 o't gloch. A LLANERCHYMEDD, gyaa MISS OWEN. DRUID HOUSE, o 10 hyd 1 o'r gloch; ac AMLWCH, gyda MR HUGHES, Stationer, o 2 hyd 5 o'r gloch, ar DDYDDIAU MAWRTH, Hydref 7fed. Tachwedd 4ydd, a Rhag- fyr 2il a'r 30ain.
Established 1851. WM. DEW and SON ———— AND R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, BAN 3011 (Tal 13). C3,VNAY (Tol. 23). TELEGRAMS "DEWSON." Sales of Cojntry Estates, Contents of Mansions and Private Residences. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire aid Anglesey Smithfields. NORTH WALES. -COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PORTMADOC. MESSRS W.M. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES tin conjunc- tion with ALFRED W. DANDO and CO.. of Dudley Wore;.) will otter for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the COMMERCIAL HOTEL. PORTMADOC, oil FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th, 1919, at 2 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and readl, the following FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES The Freehold Fully Licensed Premises known as THE SHIP 1:s-, situate in Port- madoc, let at £ 29 per annum. The FrpeholJ Dwelling House formerly THE BRYN AWEN INN, in High- street, Portmadoc, now let at E20 per annual The Leasehold Interest in the Fully Licensed Hotel and Premises THE COM- MERCIAL HOTEL. The Premises are held by way of a lease for about eight years, at a ground rent of C2 per annum. A valuable BUILDING SITE, situate in Smith-street. Portmadoc, and covering *a area of about 910 Square Yards. All that Freehold Block of BUILDINGS and YARD, occupying a cornel position in the centro of Portmadoc. now used as Stables and Garage, in connection with the Commercial Hotel. Two Freehold Dwelling Houses one formerly known as THE BRITANNIA INN, Portmadoc, now let at a gross ren- tal of .B26 12s per annum. The Leasehold Inwrest of about two years at a Ground Rent of 1:2 2s in THE GLASLYN HOTEL, together with two Enclosures of Land adjoining the Hotel, situato near the Village of Prenteg. near Portmadoc. For further Particulars, apply to Messrs Win. Dew and Son and It. Arthur Jones, Auctioneers, Bangor and Conwtty; Alfred NV. Dando and Co., Auctioneers, Dudley, Worcs.; Messrs Jones and Jones, Solici- tors, Portmadoc or George Ashmall, Esq., Solicitor, Lichfield. COUNTY 0. DENBIGH. PARISH OF LLANSANTFFRAID. MESSRS W. DEW and SON tuid R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the CASTLE HOTEL. CONWAY, on FRIDAY, DE- CEMBER 5th, 1919, at 2..)0 p.m. to Conditions of Sale to be tlien produced and road), all that well-placod and Pro- duotive Freehold Farm and Lands known as P A N T Y FFRITH, extending to 56 ACRES, 1 ROOD, 23 PERCHES (or thereabouts), situate close to the Village of Pentre Folin, within easy distance of the Village and Railway Station at Glan Conway, and within convenient driving distance of the important Market Towns of Conway and Llanrwst, with their Smithfiolds and Fa.irs. The Farm is now let to Mr Owen Jones as yoarly tenant, at a rental of J585. Also all that Desirable Small Farm Holding known as BRYN MEURIG, extending to 1 1 i.ACRJES (or thereabouts), pleasantly situated on ahghitly elevated ground above Glan Oonway Village, arid within easy reach of Conway, Talycafn, Llanrwst, etc. The Holding is now occupied by a Bailiff, and vacant possession will be given on completion of the purchase. For all further Particulars. Plans and Conditions of Sale apply to Mossrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Conway and Cblwyn Bay; or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Oonway. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF CAERHUN. Sale of a Compaot Small Farm Holding, within convenient distance of the Vil- lages of Roe wen, Llanbedr and Taly- bont, and about midway between the Important Towns of Llanrwst and Con- way. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and It. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUG- TION at the CASTLE HOTEL CON- iWAY. on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subjoct to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and road), all that IK EE HOLD SMALL HOLDING known as GWAENY-GROES ISAF. extending to 6 ACRES (or thereabouts), and oompris-ing (Jottage, C-owhouse, Barn, Stable, etc., and several well-cultivated Crofts, now let to Mr W. Roberts. Bryn- derwen, Talybont, at a rental of Ell per annum. For all further particulars, apply to J. Evans Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Bangor, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices. Ban- gor a.nd Conway PENMAENMAWR. i^TESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to oHpr for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION at the MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL, PENMAENMAWR. on TUES- DAY, DECEMBER 9th. 1919, at 2.50 p.m. Subject to Conditions of Salo to be then Produced and road), all that substantially- bnilt and well-placed BUSINESS PRg- MISES known as ISLINGTON HOUSE, •paving the following accommodation: — Ground Floor: Butcher s Sliop and Room at rear also Barber's Shop ajid Kitchen, ifirst Moor: Two Sitting-rooms, two Bed- rooms, Pantry, etc. Second Floor: Four BodroOlllS alllt lavatorv. ho Propc-rfv is held by way of Lease, having an u,expirol term of 81 years, at ground r -ntai of £ 5 (>er annum. i1*" 1 convo,,iently-situated Detached r*"7Dweuing .muse known as ANGORFA, 1 in Chapo!-street, Penmaenmawr. <1 oontdining two Sitting rooms, Kit- C >vi ..u ory. and four Bedrooms. □°'.I,CPt.v 's held under Ijoa,se for a term ot years, from January 1st. 1874, &1; a ground rential of per annum. Vacant possession or; completion, For all cr particulars a.. to Isling- q? ,^PP'y to J. Campbell, Esq.. Solictor. 236, North John,street. Liverpool; o to J. Evans Jones, Esq., Solicitor liangor or as fc(> t|)(. who]^ the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and (tonway. & and SON and R. IM AR I HL R JONES have a client who desires to purchase a Private Residence in the City of Bangor; accommodation about three Entertaining-rooms and six Bed- rooms, tnd all modern conveniences. Full particulars to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Caiton Buildin"» Bangor COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. BENLLECH. Important Realisation of Sixteen Plots of Freehold Building Land, situate 011 the Main Coastal Road, in Upper Ben- llech. in the Parish of Llanfair M.E. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to oirer for SALE bv PGBLIC AUCTION at the GLAN'RAFON HOTEL, BENLLECH. on WEDNES- DAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all those two PIECES or PARCELS of LAND, divided into 1 6 BUILDING SITES, situate on the Coastal Road, in Upper BenHech, and having valuable building frontages thereto. These Sit!'> CHvupy a comma.nding posi- tion in this popular and growing Seaside Resort, and enjoy extensive panoramic views of the Irish Sea. the Carnarvonshire Mountains, etc., and are undoubtedly some of the mosit desirable building plots avail- able on this portion of the Anglesey coast- line. Detailed particulars and plans can be olytained from Messrs CWter, Vinoent and Co., Solicitors, Clarnarvo-it and Bangor, or from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Ban- gor and Conway. TOWN OF CARNARVON. IMPORTANT REALIZATION of EIGHT FREEHOLD TERRACE HOUSES, situ- ate in CHURCH STREET, within con- venient distances of the L. and N.W. Railway Station, the Anglesey Ferry, and the principal shopping centre. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the SPORTS- MAN HOTEL. CARNARVON, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be tiioti produced and read), all those eight well placed and very desirable Freehold Houses known as HAULFRE. ISFRYN. VICTORIA HOUSE. CAER MENAI, MUR MENAI, CILARFOR. ISGAER. WYNSTON. and producing a Rental of C204 per annum These Properties are substantially erect- ed, and owing to their central position are undoubtedly amongst the most convenient Houses in the Town of Carnai von. For all further particulars and Conditions of Sale apply to Messsrs Carter,Vinoent and 00., Solicitors. Carnarvon and Bangor: Mr Riohard Hughes. Estate Agcnt, Car- narvon; or the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Announcement. MENAI BRIDGE. ,~VTESSRS WM. DEW and SON and ..L R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL bv PUBLIC AUC- TION at the ANGLESEY" ARMS HOTEL, MENAI BRIDGE at an early da.te (subject to Conditions of SaJe to be then produced and read), all that Free- hold Dwelling-house, Garden, and Pre- mises, known as No. 60, HIGH-STREET. formerly called the EAGLES TAVERN, and afterwards the BEAUMARIS ARMS, now occupied as a Private Dwelling house, at a rental of £ 15 per annum. All those two Freehold Dwelling-houses known as Nos. 55 and 58, HIGH STREET, let ar a rental of £9 each per annum. The three Properties together occupy a site extending to an area of 735 SQUARE YARDS ior thereabouts), situate on the Main Road leading from Menai Bridge to Bsautiiaris, and form a compact block of Property in a good let- ting district. For all further particulars, apply to Messrs S. R. Dew and Co.. Solicitors, Bangor and Menai Bridge, or from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Announement. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISH OF LLANFIHANGEL TRE R BEIIIDD. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION lunless previously Sold by Private Treaty) at the TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI, at an early date (subject to Con- ditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all that compact and very desirable Farm and Lands known as TAI,Y-LLYN, extending to 7 1 ACRES (or there- abouts), situate within four miles of the important towns of Llangefni and Llanerchymedd, with their Fairs and Smith tie Ids. Detailed Particulars Plans, etc., will be published in due course, and may be ob- tained from Thomas Prichard, Esq., Livvydiarth Esgob. Llanerchymedd, or from tha Auctioneers, at Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Announcement. PENMAENMAWR. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and 1 R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to offer for SALE bv PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, the Valu- able [I.nd Well-placed BLTSINESS PRE. MISES known as Nos. 1, 2 and 3, BANK BUILDINGS, now let to Mr L. F. Owen. Mr C. Hum. phreys, and Mr J. G. Evans respectively, at a gross annual rental of Clso. Hie Property is held under I.ea.se for an unexpired term of about 46 years, at ground rent of £ 5 10s. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Oflices, at Bangor and Conway. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. GLAN CONWAY. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- f structed to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- 1ION, at all early date (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), the VALU- ABLE ACCOMMODATION or BUILD- ING LAND, known as BRYN ODYN and CAE'RGRAIG, Extending to an area of 25 Acres ior 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 bo obtained from tho Auctioneers, at their Oflices. Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Notice. NORTH WALES. CITY OF BANGOR. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R, ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL bv PUBLIC AUC- TION at tho BRITISH HOTEL, BAN- GOR, at an early date (unless previously disposod of by Private Treaty), the charm- ingly-situated Private Residence and Land known as PENRHOS HALL (otherwise BRYN SEISYLLT). together with :1haut 10 ACRES of BUILDING and ACCOMMODATION LAND. The Residence, together with Cottage and Out-buildings, sta id- 0.:1 a we'l-elevated site, and commands beautiful views of the Great Orme and Snovvdomaii Mountains, and is within about 15 minutes' walk of the Bangor (L. and N.-W. Rly.) Station. For all further particulars, apply to the T '1()4 Auctioneers, at their Offices. Bangor and Conway. By Direction of the Trustees. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PENKESKIN ISAE, MENAI BRIDGE. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and iT-t- R. ARTHUR JONES are favoured 1 with instructions to receive oilers for the above widely-known AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY, extending to 1 50 ACRES (or thereabouts). Further particulars may be v obtained from Messrs Baker and Nairne, 3, Crossby Squa.re, Bishopsgate, London, or from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. MONDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 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. DECEMBER 2nd, 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 HELFERS, SIORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 1919. LLANERCHYMEDD SMITH K1 Kill 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, DECEMBER 9th, 1919. LLANRWST :MITHFlELD. Grading at Eleven a.m. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DALRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. MR WILLIAM HUCHH. SMITHF1 ELD, BODORGAN. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th. 1919. I Grading, Ten a.m.; Sale of Dairy Cows, Store Cattle, Breeding Ewes and Uams to commence at Two p.m. prompt. Further Entries invited. At an Early Date. TOWN OF LLANGEFNI. MR Wr. HUGHEiS has been favoured with instructions to SELL by I'L'B- LIC AUCTION the very desirable Free- hold Dwelling-houses, etc., known as WIGAN HOUSE, WIGAN VILLA, and DOLWAR. Full particulars in future issues, or in the meantime of J. Llayd Edwards, Esq., Solicitor, Bangor, or the Auctioneer, Bod- organ. FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, about 40 Acres of excellent Laud; close to Bodorgan Station.—For particulars ap- ply to William Hughes, Auctioneer, Bod- organ. DAVID JONES Co.. RHOSGOCH SMITHFIELD. XTEXT PERIODICAL GRADING of 1^1 FAT CATTLE and SHEEP on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1919. N.B.—Stock intended for Grading can- not be accepted aher 1C a.m. Further particular of the Auctioneers at their Offices, 30, Mona street, Amlwch, and Midland Bank Chambers, Holy- head. Preliminary Announcement. AMLWCH, ANGLESEY. MESSRS DAVID JONES and CO. have lf-M. been instructed to OFFER FOR I SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date (unless an acceptable offer is made privately), the very Desirable SMALL HOLDING of Six Acres with Dwelling-House, etc., as well as eight Cot- tages, all situated at Penrhyd Lastra, Am- lweh. Further particulars next week, and in the meantime of Messrs W ynno Paynter and Jones, Solicitors, or of the Auction- eers, Amlwch. MR RICHARD PEARCE, F.A.I. NEXT ABERGELE HORSE SALE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1919. Best Cart Gelding wins £10 Cash. Flarly entries will oblige. Carriage paid on Horses railed and sold. Stat)IIV overnight free. RICHARD PEARCE, F.A.I Auctioneer. MESSRS OWEN AND LLOYD Preliminary Announcement. MESSRS OWEN and LLOYD will shortly hold a SALE at LLAN- GEFNI of MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, and PUSH CYCLES. Further Entries for this Sale are invited. Offices: Masonic Chambers, Bangor, and Cefni Chambers, Llangefni. THREE Modern Freehold Cottages for Salo, containing Living Room, Scul- lery, Pantry, two Bedrooms; also small double-fronted House; all situated at Dafarn Newydd, near Bangor. —Riohard Hall, Masonic Chambers, Bangor. BERW ESTATE, ANGLESEY. — To Let, Small Holding, containing 3 Acres, known as Ty Gwyn; immediate possession. T. W. Trevor tt-,Agor, Agent, ESTABLISHED 1853. JOHN. PRTTCHARD AND CO. (Parker MacKenzie, F.A.I.) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. Head Office: BANK CHAMBERS, BANGOR. Branch Office: Llangefni every Thursday. Telephone 47, Bangor. PROPRIETORS OF THE MENAI BRIDGE, VALLEY, AND LLANERCHYMEDI) AUCTION MARTS. MRJOHNPRUCMARDisaisothp duly appointed Valuer for the Justices of Carllarvoll in all Licensing Compensation Cases. Sales by Auction of Landed Es- tates, Town and Country Properties, the Equipment of Mansions and Private Residences in any part of North Wales. Valuations personally conducted of Real Estate for Sale by Pubiic Auction or Pri- vate Contract. SPECIALITIES. Land Valuations, Probate, Fariii Valuations on Change of Tenancy, Timber, Hotel and Trade Valua- tion-i in any part of the country. Estates managed and Rents collected. Inventories carefully made and checked. GRADING STATIONS. MONDAY, DEC. 1st: VALLEY. TUESDAY, DEC. 2nd: LLANERCHY- MEDD. At TEN a.m. MONA VIEW, LLANFAIRFECHAN. SALE of the Superior MODERN and ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD EFFECT'S in Three Entertaining-rooms, Eight Bedrooms and Domestic Offices. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. (PARKER MACKENZIE, F.A.I.) will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on the Premises (a few minutes' walk from the Railway Station), TUESDAY, DE- CEMBER 2nd. 1919, at Eleven a.m., the APPOINTMENTS of the above Resid- ence, briefly summarised, comprising: A superb and costly Walnut Cabinet, richly inlaid; Mahogany Sideboard and Cheflon- eers, Suites of Mahogany Single, Arm and Easy Chairs, Sofas. Couches, and Settees, Walnut and Rosewood Loo Tables, Maho- gany Telescope Dining Fancy and Ooca. sional Tables, powerful Full Trichord Cot- tage Pianoforte in Inlaid Walnut Case, Mahogany Hat and Umbrella Stand, superior Axminster and other Carpets. Overmantels and Mirrors, two Antique Oak Dower Chests, two fine Antique Oak Dressers, Grandfather's Clock in Oak Case, Old Oak Bureau and Chest of Drawers, Oak Bread and Cheese Cupboard, Maho- gany Corner Cupboard, three Single and one Oak Arm Chairs, Kitchen Chairs and Tables, Garden Seats. Lawn Mower. Governess Car. etc. In the eight Bed- rooms will be found the usual a.ppo ntmcnta of a well furnished House. Bank Chambers, Bangor. gMr- By direction of tho Disposal Board. KINGSBRIDGE CAMP, BEAUMARIS. ANGLESEY. IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION of FIFTEEN CAPITAL HUTTINGS, Comprising FOUR SLEEPING and BARRACK HUTS, wood buiJt and wood and felt roof, varying in length from 40ft 6in. to 80ft. gin.; SLEEPING HUT. non- sectional built of Corrugated Iron with Wood Floor, 41ft. by 2ift. by 9ft. 9111. all forming part of the Main CaUllJ and litted with Heating Stoves. In the Women's Quarters: Adiuinistra- tivo Hut Sectional, 60ft. 9in. by 15ft. 9in. by 9ft. 9in. wood built with wood and felt roof. and partitioned oil into four rooms and a bathroom, fanning a Ulot. comfortable habitation. HOSPITAL, Settional, 40ft. 9in. by 15ft. 9in. by 9ft. 9in., built of wood with wood and felt roof, and fitted with Heat- ing Stoves, and Slop Stone. THREE SECTIONAL LIVING HUTS, each 80ft. 9in. by 15ft. 9in. by 9ft. 9in., built of wood with wood and felt roof, each fitted with Heating Stove. COOK HOUSE, 16ft. by 13ft. by 8ft., litted with Slop Stone; Latrine built of wood and corrugated iron, 9ft. 6in. by 6ft. by 7ft. Wood built Latrine, 12ft. by 6ft. by 6ft. 6in.; Bath-House, 30ft. 3in. by lift, by 7ft. 6in., built of wood and corru- gated iron and foltroc? four good Baths, 6ft. by 2ft., and a Capital Farm Boiler; by JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. at the CAMP (situate off the Llangoed- road, two miles from Beaumaris), on WED- NESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1919, at 1.30 p.m. Particular attention is invited to this Sale being the first of its kind to be con- ducted in the County. All the lots are of recent construction, and in a good state of preservation. Eight of the Huts are sectional, thus easily dismantled, removed, and re-erected at little expense, and could be converted into comfortable dwollings. Catalogues may be obtained of the Auc- tioneers, Bank Chambers, Bangor, North Wales (Tel. 47). J MERIONETHSHIRE. I PARISHES OF FESTINIOG AND MAENTWROG. HIGHLY IMPORT ANT SALE of a most attractive FREEHOLD AGRICUL- TURAL, RESIDENTIAL, SPORTING, and MINEltAL ESTATE, situate at Fes- tiniog, 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. FES- TINIOG. on WEDNESDAY. DECEM- BER 10th, 1919, the AGRICULTURAL PORTION of the PENGWERN ESTATE. originally known as the Fletcher Estate, I embracing an area of 2000 Acres, or thereabouts, Comprising: 21 Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, with dry Mountain Sheep Walks attached thereto, and Nine Capital SMALL HOLDINGS, with similar rights of Graz- ing; RICH ACCOMMODATION LANDS and FFRIDDS, RIPE BUILDING SITES, F'REEHOLD GROUND RENTS, with early reversions, Valuable WATER RIGHTS and EASEMENTS, together with three famous Water Falls; also tho Valuable BRYN GLAS SLATE QUARRY, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1919, at 10.30 a.m. prompt. 51 Illustrated Particulars. Plans, and Con- ditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs Birch, Cullimore and Co., Solicitors, Ches- ter Mr R. C. Jones, Cae'c Blaidd Estate Offioe, Blaenau Festiniog; and the Auction- eers, Bank Chambers Bangor. ROBERT e. ROGERS JONIS. LLANGEENI SMITHFIELD. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS Jones will hold their NEXT SALE on MONDAY, DECEMBER 1st. 61 t. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. TREVOR PLAS ESTATE. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. have been instructed to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at THE TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11th. 1919, at Two p.m., the following desirable FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PROPERI IES:- i/arish of Llanddanielfab; A. R. P. Tr^fnant Ddu 51 3 33 parish of Llaneiiian: Lis ngrm 12 8 G > Ty'nyffordd 3 3 15 T- 'nyffordd 10 1 7 Cat was 13 2 35 l.an'rafon Cellaf 12 0 19 Ty nycoed, Pensarn 39 3 33 The Freehold Licensed Premises known <1. KING WILLIAM IV." INN. PEN- SARN al.o the Dwelling-House and Buildings known as THE OLD POST OFFICE. PENSARN. in lease to Mrs Thoma.i for a term of 21 years from the 12th November, 1914, at a reserved rent of £ 3. Further particulars of Messrs Carter, Vincent and Co., Solicitors, Bangor and Carnarvon, or of the Auctioneers, Ban- gor. PLEASE NOTE ALTERATION OF DATE. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISH OF PENTRAETIL 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 FREEHULD AGRICULTURAL PRO- PERTIES A. R. P. TAN-Y-MYNYDD. in the occu- pation of Mr Richard Thomas 8 1 25 TY MAWR, TAN Y-MYNYDD, jr: the occupation of Mr Griffith Griffiths 34 3 39 Fiirther particulars may be obtained of Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solici- tors, Bangor, or of the Auctioneers, Ban- gor. Preliminary Notice. IMPORTANT to FARMERS, CON- TRACTORS, HAY and STRAW DEALERS, etc. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO beg to announce that they are now pre- paring for a. most important SALE by AUCiTON at the TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI, in JANUARY next, of about 200 STACKS of HAY and STRAW (1919 a.nd 1918), situate in the County of Anglesey. Catalogues preparing, giving the dimen- sions, and ahso the situation of each Tot. Arrangements will be made with the o '"V/r* to show intending purcha^era the reN^oictivo iots. gutry Forms, with Conditions of Sale, forwarded on application to the Auction- ot-r,, Bangor. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. 0 TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the SEVERAL STACKS of Well- harvested HA Y, of the growth of 1919, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— Estim'd Estim d •STATIONS, Weight, STATIONS. Weight Tons. Aberdovey 4| Portmadoc 3} lowyu S Jriccieth 3J Dytli yti 5} Hon Wen 6 fen.vim 3 i .bererch 54 Talsm nau 5i For further particulars, and to treat, ap- ply to THE SECRETARY, Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry. Oswestry, Nov., 1919. TAN'RALLT, CEIRCTIIOG, ANGLESEY. TO BE SOLD. Privately, Grazing Lana, containing 12 £ Acres <or thereabouts) witl. abundance of water through the year, and near Tycroes Station.—For particulars apply John Pritchard, Tan'rallt, Tyeroes, R8.0.. Anglesey. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. OFFERS are invited for purchaso of House known as "Gorttwysfa," Dwy. ran House to be demolished and carted away; open for inspection. — Apply for Rev. D. E. Jones. I COLLWYD. o Dreferwydd, 19 o Ddefa.id c Cyinreig; rnarciau U .ar y crwmp, J.R." ochr chwith; marc coch ar draws y Ivvyn spot glas canol cefn. ITysbyser Iieddwas y Gaerwen neu Llangefni. VMT"ANTED, small House to rent on » or before April next, between Ga-er- wen :md Valley.—Reyiy. Williams, "Lynd- hurxt," Devonshire (Park, Birkenhead. DINGHY, 13 feet. Cedar (Carvell) built oopi>er fastened; almost new; Row- locks, Oars. Rudder, complete; beautiful Craft; suit sea, rivec, or lake; at Bangor. —Roberts, Hyfrydle, IJangefni. COLLWYD, yn Llangefni, ddydd Iau, c Modrwy Aur (dyn) a Charreg Di- amwnd ynddi.—Rhoddir gwobt anrhyd- eddus am ei dwyn i Swyddfa'r Clorian- ydd" neu i'r Heddgeidwaid. CiOLLWYD, o Danyfynwent, Bodedern, j ers tua tair wythnos. deg o ddefaid niyilydd; J. J. du ar yr ochr chwith, marc coch ar y gwegil a'r Iwyn. Telir am hys- bysrwvdd buan.—H. J. Jones. THE LONG NIGHTS ARE HERE. DON'T BE DULL IN THE HOME- STKAD, HAVE A GRAMOPHONE. J. H. ROWLAND, Practical Working Jeweller, Watch and Cloak Re.[»a.ireP CASTLE HOUSE. CHURCH-STREET, LLANGEFNI, Supplies all the Latest Models from JE5 5s. Welsh and English Records in Stock, Needles, Is and Is 6d per Box. Gramophones repaired quickly. Bring your small Clocks to me for repajr Large Clocks can be attended to at your own homes when pressure of work is over. All kinds of Jewellery repaired, Electro Plating and Gilding, Engraving, etc. ALL WORK DONE ON THE PRE* MISES. CHARGES MODERATE. H. T. OWEN A boPi6 GRADING STATIONS. TY CROES. DECEMBER 2nd. LLANGEFNI, MONDAY. DEC. 3th. PFiNTRAETH. TUESDAY, DEC. 9th. Grading at Ten sharp as per strict in- structions. LLEIN10G CASTLE, LLANGOED. Important to Farmers, Cattle Dealers, and others: Letting of Rich Grazing Land in convenient Lots. IESSRS HUGH THOMAS OWEN .i-v-A- and SON hav-T been favoured with instructions b^ D. P. Williams, Esq., to LET the above bv PUBLIC AUCTION on FRIDAY. NOVEMBER, 28th. at 10.30 a.m., and will thcii SELL BY AVC, TION the following (removed from Pendyffrvn) — A very good Cart Mare. "FARM IMPLEMENT'S, 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 Bellow, in excellent condition Iron Sack Truck, and other useful articles. An Assortnient of FURNITURE, comprising 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 C'hests. Gate-leg table, good Dining Table, two Oak Bed- room Suites, including Wardrobes, Dress- ing Tables and Wash stands, Iron Bed- steads. Child's Wood Collapsible Cot, Flock Mattresses, Carpets, Mats, etc. Kitchen and other Fenders, two Carpet Sweepers, large Marble Clock, one pair of Bronze Ornaments, Knife Machine. Nlall 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, also grand Gramophone. Two solid Mahogany Sideboards with mirror backs, one solid Mahogany Leaf Table with three loose leaves, one Brass and Stained-glass (leaded) Hanging Had Lamp, one Paraffin Hall Stove, two Oil- paintings in handsome Gilt frames, one Ransome's Lawn Mower, one Child's Iron Cot, two Iron Bedsteads, one handsome Marble Clock (perfect order) with two Side Ornaments en suite, one Electro-plate Serving Spoon Warmer, one Mahogany Arm Chair, one OHice Desk Chair, two Carpets, one pair handsome CAiina Figure Ornaments, large selection of Ornaments, sundry Articles' of Harness, and several other Articles, including a Cream Separa- tor (Diana), nearly new, 65 gallons. Also Five Stacks of STRAW, &bout 25 tons. Short Notice of Sale. TY DU, LLANFIHANGEL, BEAUMARIS. Salo of Live and I)Aad Farming Stock, large Portion of Antique Fum.turc, etc. MESSRS II. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instructions front Richard Williams. Esq., who is giving up farming, to SELL bv PUBLIC AL"C TION on T UESDAY" NEXT, DECEM- BER 2nd, 1919, the STOCK, comprising: —Cart Mare, seven years old, in foai: Cart: Horse, ditto; Filly, one-and-half y(-a.r, old 7 grand Dairy lQws, two-year-old Blill, 4 Bullocks, 4 strong Calves, 5 Pigs, number of Sheep. Ram, Breeding Sow. 2 Tip Carts with Frames, Dog Gar, Market Car, 2 Stone Rollers with sliaJt.s, 3 Zig-zag Har- rows. Chain Harrow, large Grubber, Scuf- rows. Chain Harrow, large Grubber, Scuf- fler, 2 Ploughs, 2 Single Ditto, American Rake, Weighing Machine and Weights, llay Mower, PlIJper and Scraper, Cha.ff- ciitter, ITorse Rake, Heel Rakes, 5 Scythes, Wheelbarrow, 2 Churns, Casks, Pig Troughs. Shaft. Leading and Plough- ing Gears: 2 Sets of Harness, also lot of other Farm Implements and Dairy Utcn si i s. S.t,le a.t 12 o'clock sharp. rERRK; DRUIDION. LLANGRISTIOLT'S. LLANGEFNI. Important Sale of Valuable Farming Implements, etc. MESSRS II. T. OWEN AND SON HAVE been favoured with iri.-triKtioiis by 11 Mr Williams, who is leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNES DAY NEXT, DECEMBER 3rd. 1919. the STOCK, comprising:- 2 Cart 11 urscis, 4 grand Dairy Cows, 5 one-and-half year old Cattle. 2 strong Calves, 50 Head of Turkeys, 4 Ducks, large number of Poul- try, Tip Cart and Frame, Cambrian Hay Mower, Star Plough, No. 7 uiewV Rig", ging Plough, Roller, Z z-zag Harrow. Uha.ff cutter, Pulpcr and Scrajicr, Horse- power, nearly new Weighing Machine, quantity of other valuable Farm Imple ments. Stack of well-ha.rvoi.ted Hay. about 12 tons; Stack of Straw, about 6 tons; also an acre of (r rron Crops, Sets of Shaft, Leading and Ploughing Gears; and some new odd Collars. Sale at 12 o'clock sharp. BRYN HAFOD, LLANERCHYMEDD. Important Sale of Household Furniture, etc. MESSRS II. T. OWEN and SON 1V.L have been favoured with instruc- tions from the Guardians to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Place, on SATURDAY. DECEMBER 6th, at TEN o'clock sharp, 2 Gla-ss Cupboards. Telei»c;>i>e Table with 2 extra leaves, 2 Tables, Coa.ibox, 4 Bed Sofas. 2 large Cupboards, Meat Safe, large quantity of Carpets and Hearthrugs, new Weighing Machine and Weights, Scale.- and Weight. Earthenware Pots, 4 Flour Bins. Bread- cutting Machine, 30 Saucepans, about 30 Hanging Hall I/imjis, large quantity of Crockery and other Uten.Is. 50-gailon Paraffin Bins and Jars. 3 Sewing Mach- ines. Railway Trucks, 2 extra large Wash- ing Machines, by Thos. Bradford; Wring ing Machine, Laundry Iron Stove with, Fireguard. 150 Single and Dougle Iron Bed-teads, 4 Iron Cots, Stretchers, 100 Ringl*- and Arm Chairs, 3 Ci-adii»s, 20 Wooden Benches, Night Chairs, Towel liaiLs, Dressing and Washing Stands and Ware, 20 Medicine Cupboards, Chest of Drawers, 200 Bedroom CTiairs, Kingle and Arm quantity of Pictures. 4 Feather Bed?, 100 Hair IW. 1G0 Flock Do.. 100 Pairs of Bed Sheet*. 100 Pairs of Blankets, 100 Pairs of Quilts, large quantity of Women and Men's Clothing, Boots, etc. also large quantities of Household Requisites too numerous to mention, including New Goods. Terms: Cash (lay of Sale. CORS YR EIRA, LLANGWYLLOG. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS, GRAZIERS, AND OTHERS. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instruc- tions by Mrs Parry to LET about 120 Acres of Rich GRAZING LAND, at an early date. GOF.—Eisieu lie gan ddyn ieuanc, wedi ymarfer a phedoli a gwa.ith gwlad. —An fon w at "O.O. "Clonanydd" Office. Llangefni. y a THIR ar Osod, sef Bryntirion Shop. G walchmai.—Am fanylion, ymofyner a Mrs Jones, Penygraag, G walchmai. AR OSOD, yn Llangefni, Ystafell gyf- leus at ddydd marchnad.—Cyfeirier i Rhif 66/' Oloriauydd" Office, Llao- creiru Jj III A 11111 I B II I MoM III" I U 1!fcH¡;¡m III n jl"fil '11 1 W IPWF—| ru"N TIM iFURNITURE of QUALITll AT REASONABLE PRICES. I OR WEASY PAYMENTS FOR CASH I We are keen to have you come into our Showrooms and see our 5 fine selection of furniture because we can then prove to you Ihe S high quality of every piece of furniture we sell, and convince S that our values are the best obtainable. 3 Our furniture is distinctive in style; it is made of sound materials ¥ fine selection of furniture because we can then prove to you the S high quality of every piece of furniture we sell, and convince S that our values are the best obtainable. 3 t=' Our furniture is distinctive in style; it is made of sound materials = by men who put their best craftmanship into all they make. æ S The generous nature of our easy payment system is a feature X which attracts every prudent buyer who are about to furnish, X refurnish, or making additions to their rooms. ? |j I EARLY CLOSING SATURDAYS. 1 O'CLOCK; I I G I OTHER DAYS 7 O'CLOCK. I £ if aim IfiLOBE FURNISHING C? E IJ, R. GRANT, Proprietor) I PEMBROKE PLACE, LIVERPOOL. MENAI BRIDGE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCILS HOUSING SCHEME. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. PERSONS desiring to TENDER for the above are requested to send in their Names to MR JQS. OWEN, F.R.I.B.A.. Architect, Menai Bridge, not later thari FRIDAY. 28th NOVEMBER. 1919. The Scheme comprises the following viz.:— HOLYHEAD-ROAD SITE: 16 Houses, in 4 Blocks. BRYNAETHWY SITE: 8 Houses, in 4 Blocks. NEW STREET SITE: "6 Houses, m 3 Blocks. Tenders may be submitted for the whole of the Houses on the three Sites, or for the Houses on one Site only. By Order, OWEN JONES. Clerk to the Council. Council Offices, Dale-street, Nlenal Bridge, Nov. 19th. 1919. LLANGEFNI FANCIERS POULTRY SHOW. ARDMMiOSFA DOFEDNOD i'w chynnal yn NEU ADD DREFOL, LLANGEFNI DYDD GWENER, RHAGFYR 19, 1913. TREFNIR DOSBARTHIADAU I YMENYN, WYAU. COLOMENOD, ADAR tCAGE BIRDS), Etc. Bydd y Schedules yn barod ar fyrder. Anfuner am danvnt at J. R. WILLIAMS, Buikeiey Square. TWRCELYN POULTRY SHOW. SHOW of LIVE and DEAD POULTRY, BUTTER and EGGS, will be held at New Hall, Llanerchymedd, on SATURDAY, 20th December. A DRAW WILL TAKE PLACE AT THE SHOW. 1st Prize: A Goose. 2nd Prize: A Duck. Tickets for Draw. 6d. Schedules frorii- J. B. JONES. Bodhunod. Amlwch. CYMDEITHAS LENYDDOL BRO GORONWY. Cvnhelir CYFARJ'OD CYSTADLEUOL NOS NADOL1G. Llywydd: SYR OWEN THOMAS, A.S. Arweinydd: MR D. J. ELIAS. Cyfeiles. MISS M AGGlfel PARRY A.L.C.M. Beirriiad C-erddorol: HEFTN JONES, Pen- traeth. Her Unawd Gymreig lp 5s. Adroddiad (l»ob oed), Y I'wymp," gan Eben Fardd, lp is. Y Iestynau 1 w oael am le yr un gan Hugh Jones lYsg.t, Hendy. 'iv'nvgongl, Anglesey. 0 EISTEDDFOD GWYL DEWI EGLWYS LLANFAELOG. 1920. a gynhelir yn v PAVILION NEWYDD. HHOSXEIC!t. at DDYDD GWYL DEWI, MAWRTH laf. 1320. COlt heb fod dros 45 mown rhifi, Ar dorm o flaen gwvntoedd" Dr. Parry 1. S4 4s. Cor Merched ,heb fod dros 25 inewii rhift. "lJwyn Onn" Emivn Evaits), £ 1 10s. Juvenile Choir, Diliau'r dolydd" iD. W. Lewis). £ 1 10*. Challenge Solo •Oymraog neu El b. Rhc.4.r gyflawn o'r testynau am 2c Îw cael ar ol Rh&gfyr 8 fed, gan MR N'. F WIL- LIAMS. Maes-y-Llaji, Llonfaolog. CYFARFOD CYSTADLEUOL a gynhelir yng NGHARREGLE1 N. MON, RHAGFYR 26am. 1919. Y TESTYNAU carilynol yn rhydd i'r Byd: — Traethawd. Gwobr 10s; Marwnad \y fuddugol yn oiddo rhoddwr I y wobr), wobr £2 2s; Prif Adroddiad, lhvoor El Is; Unawdau i bob llais, Uwobr El Is yr un; Cor Cymysg, Gwobr Lb; Cor Plant, G wobr jei 10s. (;ell*r oac-I Itheitr o*r Testynau otid an- fon stamp dimai i'r Ysgrifennydd, R. H. Jones. B.A (Jen Villa. SITUATIONS VACANT. H.M. FOOT GUARDS. ANTED, 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 nino years in the Army Reserve. Paj commencing at 195 3d per week, rising to 28s per week for Privates. Op £ >ortu £ ii- ties for advancement up to 1;4 Itk (leC week. For full particulars apply to the nearest Recruiting Office, or, Headquarters, Bri- gado of Guards, Wellington Barracks, Buckingham Gate, London, S.W. GENERAL Wanted for small fa G Irs Helme. Tan y Vron. Rhoaieigr. "T ASlD Housemaid or House-Par- lourinaid '.ab!«» to sew) three othar Maids kept. — Apply, Mrs Gamhn, Plas- tirion, Rhyl. WANTED, Clerk (Welsh-speaking) for Ag ricultural Offices, able to keep books; shorthand and Commercial knowt- ledge required; ex-Service Man preferred; good salary ottered to competent person. -Apply to W. E. Jones, Grajg, Llanfair- pwli, Anglesey. "IVrANTED, at once, good General; » small family; good wages.—Apply, Mrs Humphreys, Cartrefle, Upper lian- ffor- VM^ANTED Married Couple by Anglesey » » Clergyman; Man for Farm, Wito for Housework live in Kitchen, with or without Furniture.—Wages''required and Testimonials to "A.B CSorianydd" Office, Llangefni. VT EISIEU. Geneth fedrus, mewn ty derm. — V mofvner a "D. "Clo<r- lanydd" Office, Llangefni. VVR ANTED, Nurse, for Ltanfech«U District; Welsh essential; state age, salary.—Apply, Mr" Hughes-Jones, Bryu- guyn. Cemaes, Anglesey. "7'ANTED a Young Man as Motor Driver: must be able to do all re- pa,ir. Aiso a Youug Woman as li-lio anA Companion must be honeist and tru-A- won.iiv. Appiy. Hovvarth. Bocleha, laazi- -g,-f-ii. DRAPERY".—Two or three well educa- ted Youths, as Apprentices; good c>j»iK>rtunity of iearning the gy. It. HugheThe Golden Eagle, Aw- lwch :«! Lige!ni. BAILIFI' yn Eisieu. gyda Waggoner a Cowman, ar fterm fynyddig, mew cyfleustra oa. ac adeiladau [n'rilaitJi oyf- log (ia a chartref cysurus: goleu trydwi- ol yn y ty a'r adeiladau. — Ymotymsc, Aneurin I.vaJis, Whitehall. Denbigh. YrN EISIEL*. yn ardal Rliosgoch, Geneth gref. yn gynelin a gwajlth tt'erm.—Ymofvnei- a ■'Fierm." Ulonao.- ydd" Of! ice. l^angefii'. \rN EISIF1U, erbyn lonawr laf. Dynos barchus. wedi arfcr a ;>i 1 o!> gwa.rth, 1 wasanaethu fel Cook Geuc«rai. — Ym- ofyner. ar unwaith. gy(ia many-lion, a Mrs Tlios. Roberts, Ty ttrith, Moid. CHAFF-CUTTER ragorol ar Werth; canol-size. — J. towards, Penllya, Llantri^ant, Valley. I?K>R SALE Gramofiiione, extra loud .r voice, with ii latter tunes: tit lwr- feit coridit.ion almost new. Apply, i.H.. "Clonanydd" CKlii-e, Liangelni. C1ANARIES.—Clever Rollers, Priz.- bred J Norwich and Y'orkshircw, Mules. Parrots, Budgerigars, etc. List Ftee. For catching destructive Birds, Rais, Mice, Beetles, etc.. send lor List "B." trong- est Birdlime in World, 4d, Is 3d, 3s. AU varieties. Canaries [>urihased for prompt Cash. — W. Rudd, Bird Specialist, Nor- wich. YUM, THORLEY'S POULTRY SPICE, surpasses everything yet 1It- tioduced for jtouitty. -Sold bv M. Roberta and Co., Chemists, Bangor. VE~YOUR BIRDS (>VUM. They VX will g:vc you Eggs.—Sold by T. u. Hughes, Agricultuial i'rug btorca. House HoJyhead. HEALTHY' POULTRY.—Abundance JL- of Eggs secured by using UV OM, Thorley's Poultry Spice.—Sold by E. B. Jones and Co., Ltd., Growrs, Holyhead. 835 ElG front seven Hen m six montha is a 15 years' Ovum user's ex- perience.—Sold by J. E. Jones and lo., Li rovers. Shop Peulon. L aligefni. ,4 LL who keep a few Fowls ought to A. know the value of your Ovum, Poul- try Spice," says a cii-ito-mer. —Sold by R. R. J ones, M.P.S.. Pharmacist. Anil web V'l Llsnuefni. 1-i 1' iUA.> to Poultry Keej>ers; Ovum, Thorley's Poultry Spice, should bo mixed with all Soft Foo-d.—Sold by T. Edwards. Giandwr Stores. Llangefni. 2100 EGGS m 4i months from 34 birds by using Ovum, Thorley's Poultry Spice.—Sold lif ti. Garland and Co., Britannia ton-s. Llangefni. nFiHOILLF,Y'S WORM POWDERS FOR. JL PIGS are certain and effective cures few Worms in Pigs. — Agent, R. R. Jones, Chemist, Amlwch and Llangefni. TH^OR PIGS there is nothing to equal -T Thorley s Food as a conditioner. Agents, Jai;s E. Jones and Co., Bod' 'Vtran.