84fabllshed 1851. WM. DEW and SON AND ———— R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, BANGOR (Tel 13). COM WAY (Tel 29). TELEGRAMS "DBWSON." Sales of Country Estates, Contents of Mansions and Private Resideaces. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire and AngIB321 Smithfields. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 1919, At Three p.m. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed by Mr H. O. Williams, Tyddyn Mawr, to LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION about 28 ACRES of GRAZING LAND, now forming part of TYDDYN ADDA, LLANDDANLEL. The Land is to be Let from January 1st to December 31st, 1920. Auctioneers' Offices, Bansror 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. '1.1' 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 2.50 p.m. (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all those eight well placed and very desirable Freehold Houses known HAULFRE, ISFRYN, VICTORIA HOUSE, CAER MENAI, MUR MENAI. CILARFOR, ISGAER, WYNSTON, and producing a rental of S204 per annum, together with a. very, daairabtc "BUILDING SITE in CHURCH STREET, and a valuable PLOT of LAND near the County Schools in BETHEL ROAD. < These Properties are substantially erect- ed, and owing to their central position are undoubtedly amongst the most convenient Houses in the Town of Carnarvon. For all further particulars and Conditions of Sale apply to Meaasrs Carter, Vincent and Co., Solicitors. Carnarvon and Bangor'; Messrs Nisbet and Co. Solicitors, 55. Lincoln's Inn FioJds, London. W.C. 2: Mr Richard Hughes, Estate Agent. Car- narvon or the Auctioneers at their Offices, vBangor and Conway. -_n MENAI BRIDGE. SALE of THREE FREEHOLD HOUSES in HIGH-STREET, ctose to the Square, the principal Shops, etc.. and within convenient distance of the L. and N.W. Railway Station. UESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been mrVuevxl to otfer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the ANGLESEY ARMS IIOTEL, MENAI BRIDGE, on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19th. 1919, at 3.30 p.m. (sub- tact to Conditions to Sale to be then piro- duood and read), all that Freehold Dwe.1- lin-g-house, Garden, and Premises, situate and being No. 60, HIGH-STREET, formerly the EAGLE'S TAVERN or BEAUMARIS ARMS, now do-licensed and let to Mrs Hughon at a rental of E15 Per annum, and containing Bar, two Sit- ting rooms, Kitchen, four Bedrooms, and the usual Domestic Offices. The Freehold Dwelling-house, Garden, and Premises, situate and being No. 58. HIGH-STREET, containing Parlour, Kitchen. Scullery, and three Bedrooms, and now Jot to Mr Thomas Hughes at a rental of 15s por month. Also the Freehold Dwelling-house, Gar- den, and Premises, situate and being No. 56. HIGH-STREET, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, a.nd three Bedrooms, and now let to Mr H. Hughes at a rental of 16s per month. For all further particulars, apply to Messrs S. R. Dew and Co., Solicitors, Bangor and Merau Bridge, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Donway. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. GLAN CONWAY. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R ARTHUR JONES have been in- Jtructed 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 Extending to an area of 2 5 Arrpa (or thereabouts). Situate near Glan Conway, and within convenient distance of Conway. Colwyn Bay, Lfandudno, etc. Full detailed particulars, plan, and Con- ditions of Sale may bo obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices. Bangor and Conway. Preliminary Announcement. PENMAEN M A WR. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and it. ARTHUR JONLS have been 1Pstru;;ted to ofter for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at an early date, the Valu- able and Well-placed BUSINESS PRE- MISES known Nos. 1 2 and 3. BANK BUILDINGS, now let to Mr L. F. Oweri, Mr C. Hum. phreys, and Mr J. G. Evans respectively. at a gross annual rental of £150. The Property is held under Lease for an unexpired term of about 46 voars at ground rent of £ 5 10s. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, at Bangor and Conway. By Direction of the Trustees. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PENKESKIN ISAF, MENAI BRIDGE. ,"M"ESSRS^ WM. DF.W and SON and with JONES are favoured 'ructions to receive offers for the »bove widely-known AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY. extending to • 50 ACRES (or thereabouts). Further particulars may be obtained £ °?L^eur!Baker and Nairne' Oossby Square, Blshopsgate. London, or from the Conway66"^6 at t*leir Offices Bangor and COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. TAE Y-LLYN. and K0N and M JONES Wish to in- form al applicants for particulars, and the public generally, that the above Pro- perty. having been Hold by Private Treaty, the bale by Auction will NOT now take place. Auctioneers' Offi. Bangor and Con- way. Preliminary Announcement. G. Ii R. MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS. KINGS BRIDGE CAMP, BEAUMARIS. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION at the CAMP, as above, at an early date, a large quantity of valuable CAMP EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE, now lying at this Camp, and including:- 1000 Blankets, 330 Pillow and Bolster Cases, 169 Sheets, 55 Combination Bed- steads, 56 Mattresses, 456 F.S. Bedsteads, 100 Fire Buckets, B4 yards oi Leather Cloth, 75 square yards of Linoleum, 42 Camp Lockers, 29 Hanging Mirrors, 131 Towels, 134 Iron Trestles, 130 Forms (6ft.), 30 Galvanised Cans, Scrubbing Brushes, Mops, Brooms, Arm Chairs, Wicker Chairs, 6ft. and 4ft. Tables,, Lamps, Sieves, Baking Tins and Dishes, and a large assortment of Culinary Uten- sils, etc., etc., TO BE OFFERED IN LOTS TO SUIT SMALL BUYERS. On View day prior to Sale. Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Further particulars may be obtained from tho Controller, Furniture Section, Ministry of Munitions. Disposal Board, 18, Queen Anne's Gate, Westminster, S. W. 1. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 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 16th, 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. LLANERUHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MARKET. WEDNESlXAY. DEC. 17th, 1919. GRADING of FAT CATTLE and SALE of DAIRY COWS and STORE CATTLE, at 10 a.m. Auctioneers' Office, Bangor and Oon- way. LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS MARKET. THURSDAY, DEC. lath, 1919. GRADING of FAT CATTLE and SALE of DAIRY COWS and STORE CATTLE. Auctioneers' Office, Conway and Llan- rwst. H. T. Ow h .on. GRADING STATIONS. CHRISTMAS GRADING: TY CROES, TUESDAY. DEC. 16th. LLANGEFNI, WEDNESDAY, DEC 17th Grading at Ten uharp as per strict in. structions. 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 on FRI. DAY, DEC. 12th, at 1 p.m. BRYNHAFOD. LLANERCHYMEDD. PARHEIR yr ARWERTHIANT uchod dan gytarwyddyd Bwrdd y Uwar oheidwaid, DDYDD SADWRN NESAF, y 13eg, gun ddeohreu 10.50. Short Notice of SaJe. TREFOLLWYN GOED, LLANGEFNI. SALE OF FURNITURE AND OUT- DOOR EFFECTS. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have bocti favoured with instructions from Mr Griffiths, who is leaving, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 15th, 1919, a Grand- father's Clock, tltreo large Tables, two Corner Cupboards, Settle, Fender and Fire Irons,. Mahogany 'Tables, Oak Chairs, Pier glasses. Pictures. Over man tel. Pier GLasses, Pole and Hangings, Weather Glass, Iron Bedstead, Chest of Drawers, Looking (J lasses, one large Cupboard, Bedroom Chairs, Bed Clothing. Oilcloth, Stair ftods; also lot of other valuable articles, Outdoor Effects: Stone Roller, Wheel Barrow, Scythes, Cattle Ties, three Soaks of Potatoes, etc. Sale at Twelve o'olock sharp. FROGWY BACH, LLANGWYLLOG. LETTING OF RICH GRAZING LAND. 1\/T ESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have iU been favoured with instructions from R. H. Williams, Esq., to LET about 100 Acres of RICH GRAZING LAND, 40 Aores t),:lg Manured with Farmyard Manure t- ■.< Season, with plentiful River Water, go-l Fencing, and the Land is in excellent condition, all the feeding being oarriod on to the land for years. Date of Lot-tiii# will appoar shortly. -L- FRONDEG, LLANGOED Sale of Valuable Househo!d Furniture, etc. Instructed by Mrs Duncan, who is leaving, MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, at an early date. MAE tair Dafad ac Oen yn C'efn Der- wen, Brynsiencyn, ers tua chweoh vvythnos. Caiff ou perch ond nodi'r maroiau a bhalu'r rostau.—E. Evans. T7VOR SALE 0'Brier latent Oash~Tin7 -T equal bo new, size 18 x 10 x 8 Tan- dem Cycle for Ladv and Gent: two Coffee Mills, No. 2 size, for Grocers; two small Stand Scales; two Sets Weighs, Iron, 7 to ilb. Flat Brass, 16ozs. to £ oz. best cash offer acoepted.-Iewis, P.p. Stores, Ty'nygongi. ESTABLISHED 1853. JOHN PRITCHARD 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 LLANERCHYMEDD AUCTION MARTS. MR JOHN PRITCHARD is also the duly appointed Valuer for the Justices of Carnarvon 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 Waies> Valuations personally conducted of Real Estate for Sale by Public Auction or Pri- vate Contract. SPECIALITIES. Land Valuations, probate, I' arm Valuations on Change of lenancy, Timber, Hotel and Trade Valua- tions in any part of the country. Estates managed and Rents collected. Inventories oarefully made and checked. CHRISTMAS GRADING. MONDAY, DEC. 15th; VALLEY. TUESDAY. DEC. 16th: LLANERCHY- MEDD. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17th: MENAI BRIDGE. Grading at TEN a.m. No Grading Christmas Week by Order. Preliminary Notice. IMPORTANT to FARMERS, CON- TRACTORS, HAY and STRAW DF.A LERS, etc. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO beg to aruiounoe that they are now pre- paring for a most important SALE by AUCTION at the.TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI, in JANUARY next, of about 200 STACKS of HAY and STRAW (1919 and 1918), situate in tho County of Anglesey. Catalogues preparing, giving the dimen- sions, and also the situation of each lot. Arrangements will be made with the owners to show intending purchasers the respective lots. Entry Forma, with Conditions of Sale, forwarded on application to the Auction- eers, Bangor. MESSRS OWEN AND LLOYD LLANGEFNI. At the OLD METHODIST CHAPEL YARD. MESSRS OWEN and LLOYD have re- ceived instructions from the various owners to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Yard, on THURSDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 18th, 1919, com- me'ijoing at 1 p.m. sharp, the following MOTOR VEHICLES:— Dennis 30-35 h.p., 2 ton Lorry. 4 speeds a.nd reverse; several Ford Touring Cars, 1916 and 1914; Ford Vans; Le Passe- Pa.rtout 6-8 h.p. Van; Fiat 5 Flan- ders 20 h.p., 4-5 seater, duel ignition: Enfield 8-10 h.p.. 2 seater. with 5 detach- able wheels; De Dion 6 h.p.. 2 or 4 seater Douglas 4k h.p., 3 speed gear, clutch and kick start, ocaeh-built Side-car; 1914 Dou- glas 2% h.p., 2 speed, olutch, kick start, Bosh magneto; 1915 Diamond 2j h.p., 2 speed gear; Scott 3 h.p., 2 speed gear, 4 kick start, new tyres and tubes; Triumph 3 h.p.. clutch model; several new and second hand Ladies' and Gent's Peda.1 Cycles; 1 new Motor Tyre, 700 x 85, and 1 Inner Tube, 700 x 85. The following will also be offered for Sale <at this Auction :—Governess Trap, fit- ted with rubber tyres, equal to new, to suit 12 hands Set of Harness; Silver-grey Pony. 11.2 hands, rising 5 years old, good and quiet worker and a quantity of Sad- dlery. I' The whole of the above will be on view on morning of Sale from 11 o'clock. Further entries solicited by the Auc- tioneers. Catalogues of this Sale are now ready, and may be obtained of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Masonic Chambers, Ban- gor, and Oefni Chambers, LLangefni, and from local Hotels. DAVID JONES CO.. MAESLLWYN, AMLWCH. IMPORTANT TO CATTLE DEALERS, GRAZIERS, Etc. MESSRS DAVID JONES and CO. have m been instructed to LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, DECEM BER 13th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m., about 40 Aores of Rich ACCOMMODATION LAND, in convenient Lots; well fenced and watered. ,30, Mona-street, Amlwch. RHOSGOCH SMITHFIELD. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS GRADING s and SALE for CHRISTMAS. FRIDAY. DEC. 19th. N B.-Stock intended for Grading can- not be accepted after 10 a.m. Preliminary Announcement. MESSRS DAVID JONES AND co. have been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at a-it early date, A VERY DESIRABLE HOLDING OF 6 ACRES, with DWELLING-HOUSE, etc., as well as 8 COTTAGES, all situated at, PEN- RHYD LASTRA. within a mile of the Town of Amlwch. A small Tenement of about 4 Acres, with Dwelling-house, etc., known as TAI ISAF. GADFA. PENYSARN. A compact Holding of 6 Acres, with Dwelling-house, etc., known as CEFN PALI, RHOSYBOL. AI90 small FARM of 12 A or as at MYN- YDD MECHELL. Full particulars of above, with date of Sale, will be announced next week. 30, Mona-street, Amhvch, and Holy- head. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. GRADING FOR CHRISTMAS. MESSRS ROBERT AND ROGERS Jones will hold their NEXT SALJ2 on MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th. TIR PORI GOREU MON. AM 2 o'r gloch, yr un diwrnod, gosodir (am flwyddyn o Ionawr laf) Cae Ffynnon, Tyddyn Mawr, Gaerwon, un o'r meysydd brasaf ym Mon, 28 aoer digon o ddwfr a chloddiau campus; gwaith 5 munud o Orsaf Holland Arms, CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.—Trecastedl. C Bull Bay, Anglesey, will have Select Party with Special Menus; Entertain- ments, Whist Drive, Dances, Oonoerts, Golf, Shooting. Write for Rooms now. MR WILUAM HUGHM. SMITHFIELD, BODORGAN. SPECIAL GRADING for CHRISTMAS: FRIDAY, DEC. 19th. Grading, Ten a.m.; Sale of Dairy Cows, Store Cattle, Breeding Ewos and Rams to commence at Two p.m. prompt. Further Entries invited. At an Early Date. TOWN OF LLANGEFNI. MR W. HUGHES has been favoured with instructions to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION the very desirable Free. hold Dwelling-houses, etc., kiown as WIGAN HOUSE. WIGAN VILLA, and DOLWAR. Full particulars in future issues, or in the meantime of J. Lloyd Edwards, lisq., Solicitor, Bangor, or the Auctioneer, Bod- organ. Also seven Dwelling-Houses in the Vil- lage of Bodftordd. Particulars in duo course. TENDERS. TiENDERS are invited for the RE- IE BUILDING of 68 and 70, MARKET STREET, and COTTAGE in MOUNT PLEASANT STREET, in HOLYHEAD. Plans and particulars may be obtained on application to the Architect. No guarantee is given that the lowest or any Tender will be accepted. RICHARD HALL. F.R.I.B.A., Masonic Chambers, Bangor, and 4, Stanley Street. Holyhead. PORTHAMEL" TRAINING CENTRE FOR DISABLED EX SERVICE MEN. "VTATRON. —The Anglesey Agricultural .Executive Committee invito applica- tions from suitable persons to take charge of Hostel where from 20 to 30 men while in braining at the above Centre will be accommodated. Applicants to state age, previous experience, and salary required. Applications, with two recent testimonials, to be sent to the undersigned on orr be- fore WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER. 17th, 1919. THE SECRETARY, Anglesey W.AXI.C. Shire Hall, Llangefni, Btih December, 1919. ¡ ANGLESEY AGRICULTURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: — rrfHE Agricultural Executive Oommitftee -*■ vvL-th to inform Farmers that their Office at Llangefni is still open to receive applications for Farm Liaisonr, and Farm- ers are requested to notify their require- ments. HUGH THOMAS, Executive Officer. Shire Hall. Llangefni, 3tii December. 1919. CYNGOR DOtSBARTH TWRCELYN. DYMUNA y Cyngoir uohod wneud yn hystoysu eu bod yn gofyn am Tend- ers" i WItoud GweHiannau ar y Ffyrdd (Tynnu Conglau) yn y Plwyfydd oanJyn- ol:— Rhos yboil: A1 It N an t GI yn. Ooedajia: Neuadd. Llangwyllog: Clangors a Ty'n Llan. Lleohcynfarwy: Ffordd Trefor. Many ion ynglyn a'r gwaith i'w cael gan Arolygydd y Ffvrdd. Y Tenders i fod yn Uaw yr Arolygydd BORE DYDD MEIRCHER, yr 17eg, wedi eu marcio Improvements." OWEN JONES, Surveyor. Penysarn, Amlwch. Re ELIZABETH PARRY, late of Pen- rhos, Llanfair M.E. (Deceased). LL persons having any Claims against bhe above Estate are requested to communicate with me, the undersigned, on or before the 31st DECEMBER, 1919, after which the Estate will be Adminis- tered. R. GORDON ROBERTS. Llangefni, Solicitor for the Administratrix, Miss E. A. Owen. SWYDDFA BWYD. PRISIAU CWNINGOD GWYLLTION. Y MAE y RHEOLWR BWYI) wedi pen odi 9 £ c y pwys fel y PRIS UCHAF a eilir godi am YVningod Gwyllt- ion wrth eu manwerthu, ago eit.hr.io yn Llundain, a rhai rha.nnau o Swydd York. Y juris uchaf wrth eu ovfanworthu i ber- sonau lieblaw rhai fo'n eu casglu yw 8c y pwys. JOHN R. HUGHES. Dirprwywr dros Ogledd Uymru., Rhagfyr 4ydd. 1919. FINANCIAL. NO PRELIMINARY FEES, MONEY LENT PRIVATELY. in Large or Small Sams (not less than £ 10). Call or Write to GEORGE PAYNE and SONS. 3. CRESCENT-ROAD, RHYL. Established 1870. I INTENDING BORROWERS NOTE THIS. HAVING a large amount of ready Cash at our disposal, we are desir- ous of LENDING same t<? respectablfr Business People, Householders and Far- mers, on your own Note of Hand, at the following Rates of Ititer-est:- JB20 repay 58 weekly. C50 repay 10s weekly. £100 repay i;l weekly. Repayments to suit Clients' own con. venience. Distance no object. A. FINK and CO., LTD., 2. Mount-street. MANCHESTER. FOR SALE Gramophone, extra loud voice, with 50 latest tunes; in per- fect condition almost new. Apply, "T.R. Clorianydd" Office, ULai-igeftil. FOR^ PIGS there is nothing to equal I Thorley's Food as a conditioner.— Agents, James E. Jones and Co., Bod- organ. WANTED, small House to rent on or before April next, between Gaer- wen and Valley.—Reply, Williams, Lynd- hurst," Devonshire Park, Birkenhead. AR OSOD, yn Llangefni, Ysbafell gyf- leus at ddydd marchnad. -Cyfeinor i Rhif 66, "Clorianydd" Offico, Llan- gefni. CANARIES.—Clever Rollers, Prize-bred Norwich and Yorkshires, Mules, Parrots, Budgerigars, etc. List Free. For catching destructive Birds, Rats, Mice Beetles, «tc., send for List "B." Strong- est Birdlim& in World, 4d, Is 3d, 3s. All varieties. Carries purchased for prompt Cash. — ,W. RrUdd, Bird Specialist. Nor- wich* LLANGEFNI FANCIERS' POULTRY SHOW LIVE & DEAD POULTRY PIGEONS, CAGE BIRDS RABBITS, BUTTER ANJ; ———— EGGS TO BE HELD AT THE TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI, FPLDAY, DEC. 19th, 19 9. FRf E SCHEDULES FROM J. R. WILLIAMS, Bulkeley Square. NADOLIG YN Y LLAN. CYNGKRDD GWYCH vn y NEW HA L L RHAGFYR 25ain. Cantorion Soprano: MISS NANCY- flUGHES, Bangor. Contralto: MRS JOSEPHINE LEWIS, Eto. Tenor: MR WATCYN HUGHES, Rhoe. Baritone: MR T@M CHARLES. Treffynnon. CYSTADLEUAETH HER ADRODD- LAD: Gwobr, Gini. Beirniad ac Arweinydd: LLEW LLW YDIARTH. ENWAU Ymgeiswyr i fod yn lLaw yr Ysgrifenyddes, MISS JENNIE JOSHES, FRON CEIDIO, erbyn RHAG- F\ H 20fed.. Rhagbrawf ar yr Adrodd 4 o'r.I(x-h. Agorir 5.30, a dec-hreuir 6. AREDIG. AT AMAETHWYR Y SIR. 0 i!ERWYI)I) mawr Iwyddiant y FORDSON TRACTûR y blyuydd- oedd diweddaf. yr ydym wcodi prynu y cyfrJw. a phopeth a boitliyn iddo. dan ofal Arddwr daii gamp, ac ) fod at wasan- aebli y Ffermwyr a'r Tyddynwyr. am bris rhci-vmol. A:n fanylion vmofyner yn ddioetl a W. 0. JONTuS, Prince, Aberff raw, neu RICHARD OWEN. Gwynant, Rhosneigr. SEION \A.}, RHOSGOCH ClYFARFOD CYSTADLEUOL. a gyn- helir NOS CALAN, IONAWR laf, 192D Parti o Ddeuddeg, g-wobr El 10s; Pedwarawd, gwobr 1(1, Dcuawd, gwobr £ 1 Is; Unawd, gwobr laf £ 2 2s, ail £ 1 Is; Prif Adroddiad. gwobr laf £ 1 Is. ail 10s 6c Yr holl destynau yn agored i'r byd. Gellir oa/*l Rhestr o'r Testvnau ond anfon i'r ysgnfennydd, Hugh Parry, Clogyrog Bias, Rhosgocii. MUSICAL. I CAN YOU COMPOSEV Probably in an idle moment you have in- vested some little melody that pleased you n MAY BE WORTH MONEY. You cannot tell until it is vroperly harmonized and arranged for the piano. We will hell) t(iti to do this. If your work is valueless we undertake to tell yoU so, frankly and without cost to yourself. On the other hand if your MS. reveals an aptitude fur composition we are in a position to instruct you as to the best and quickest means of turning jour abilities to financial account. Renieiiiber- great successes have been achieved by people who are not expert musicians. If YOll have music in you it is valuable to you NOW. Send use your M.S. for KREF. criticism and advice enclosing or.ly three-halfpenny stamp to cover postage. The Empire School of Music, 41. FETTER LANE. E.C.4 FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS COMPANY. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the SEVERAL STACKS of Well. harvested HAY, of the growth of 1919, standing at the undermentioned Stations on the Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain tho respective quantities, more or less, also undermentioned, viz.:— Estim'd (Estim'd STAT IONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weight Tons- Tons. Talsarnau 5i Afon Wen 6 Crlccietli 3i Abererch .I 54 For further particulars, and to treat, ap- ply to THE SECRETARY. Cambrian Railways Co., Oswestry. Oswestry, Dec., 1919. FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. RHOSMEIRCH. Near LLANGEFNI. QjCvIALL !• reehold Tenement, with im- mediate jjossession, PENTERFYN, alnut llÅ Acres, small Cottage, suitable Out buddings, and excellent' Land, ail late m occupation of Mr Evan JOIKVS A-lso two Cottage* railed LLAIN DEIAN, adjoining Penterfvn.—Apply J. S. Laurie, Solicitor, Llangefni, rpHREE modern Freehold Cottago, for 0 Sal('' containing Living-room, bcutiery, Pantry, and two Bedrooms also small double fronted House; all situated Dafj.ru Newydd, near Bangor.—Richard Hall, Masonic Chambers, Bangor. A CRW DR. Mae dwy Dda.fad bach yn Lhvynogan. Penmynydd. ers dros lis. Caifi eu perchennog hwvnf ond nodi eu marciau a thaiu y co.stau.-William Owen. "pOR SALE, good" Raili Car, rubber" ty'es, fit 14 to 15 hands I^amps and 1 tenons; like new.—Coachman's IxxJ»x> Sw;-s-roiid. off Sheii-road, L:\en*x> ° 'LLW YD, o Tanyfynwent, BodederrT ers tua mis, dog o Ddefaad Mvnvdd J O du ar yr- ochr chwith, marc cocJi ar y pen a r lwyn. a .sea-en ar y orwmp. Telir am hysbysrwydd buan.— H. J. Jones. "OOR SALE, about 160 pounds of Honey. Price on application to Williams, Cofndu, Gwa-lahmai. COLI. WYD, Rhagfyr 2il, rywle rhwng c Ty Uroes—Paethaethwy—Moolfre, MedjJ a Llan.bedrgooh Our Lads" ami- hofyd G. and O. Riboon.-Oeir gwobr dda am «u hanfon i Swyddfa'r "Clorianydd," Llaogefni. GOVERNESS CAR yn Eisieu, i siwtio 13 klyi-n-fe(iti.-Anfoner at C.T. "Ohrianydd" Office, Llangefni, L. SITUATIONS VACANT. AGENTS for Sale of Farm Seedd in Llangefni district; Farmer's Son or one dealing with Farmers preferred.— Apply. Brown and Wilson, 10. Market- place, Manchester. DRAPERY.-Two or three well edu- cated YTouths, as Apprentices; good Opportunity of learning the trade.—Apply, W. R. Hughes. The Golden Eagle, Am- lwch and Llangefni. R ROB'E PIERCE, A.R.I.B.A., Architect, Carnarvon, has a Vacancy for an Articled Pupil; good general edu- cation essential. ANTED good General; able to milk » » (four cows); help given.—Mrs Bil- linge. Meyriek Arms Hotel, Bodorgan. ANTED Young Woman as Help and » » Companion must be honest and trustworthy. Apply. Ho, Bodeiis. Liangef n i. VVrANTED. Nurse, for Llanfecheli » » District; Welsh essential; state a-ge, salary.—Apply, Mrs Hughes-Jones, Bryn- gwyn, Cemaes, Anglesey. ANTEI), Cook and Housemaid- W jitres>s: family of four inclusive; no objection to sisters or friends; pica-se write, giving age, wages required, and otherwise full particulars: good references essential; travelling expenses paid.- App!y. Mrs Laudon. 54, Westbourne Road, Birkdale, Southport. VTN EISIEU. Housekee(>er. mown A Fferm feoha.n; yn ddioed; rhaid dci, wrth gyme-riad da. a'r gallu o drin llaet.h ac yinenyn.—Yinofyner a TTrombus Roberts, Llvwarch, Rhoscolyn, Holy- head. YN EISIEU gan yr Anglesey Western Co-Operative Society, Ltd.. yn y Valley. "Warehouseman;" rhaid iddo roddi ei holl amst^r at waith v Gymdeithas. Anfoner 11 i'r Ysgrifenydd erbyn Rha.gfyr 20fed. vrighyda'r cvflog ddis- gwylir, oed, ac o leiaf ddau testimonial.— R. J. Evans, Bodowen, Rhosneigr, Ysgrif- ennydd. FOR SALE Pure-bred White Wyan- dotte Cock, 18 months old; also Pure-bred White Leghorn Cock, six months old. Apply, Richard Williams, Rhydydelyn, Pentraeth, Anglesey. TAXTEI) Detached Residence two » Sitting-rooms, three Bedrooms, etc., to rent; early possession North Wales or A-n gi c-t-y. -Reply, Williams, 8, Greenbank- road, Birkenhead. £ 5 MOLESKINS.—Million Skins Want- ed. Five Pounds per 100 for Best Quality. Gerrard, Furriers. Edinburgh. ItTOTOR CAR (two-seater), in good con- -LTA dition, but engine requiring over- hauling; a bargain mn be seen, in Ban gor.— Address. "Box 941," "Clorianydd" Office, Llangefni. OLLWYD. tiwy Ddafad (Kerry), ers J tair wvthnos marc co<ih ar y crwmp a seren ar yr hip chwith.—H. Thomas, Ucheldrefgoed. Llanfflewyn. T,HORLEY'S WORM POWDERS FOR PIGS at-o certain and effective cures j for Worms in Pigs. FOR PIGS there, jg .to equaJ Thorley's Food as a conditioner: WALLPAPERS'—We still supply any quantity, large or small, at Net Cash Trade Price- — Write for patterns (Dept. 280). Burnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd.. Manchester. KEEP SMILING AT CHRISTMAS. fTMHATS what we said when in the mud I ■ sodden trenches of Galli[K>!i, France, arid Flanders, and that smile beat the Boche KEEP IT UP NOW. Mothers. Fathers, S a,rid Demobbed Brothers will bo happy on Christmas morn lIlg WhØIl they get thenr little present. GET BUSY -0Li1 a.nd gee me. r11 supply your wants at City Price- Cigar- ette a<nd Cigar in Silver. Metal, and real Leather, English made, from 2s 6d. Wallets, Treasury Note Cases. Tobacco Pouchos. etc., Silver Cigarette Holders, from 2s 6d; Gent's and Lady's Watches, from 21s Photo Frames, in groat variety Ladies' Handim, Purses, Hii i- Orna- ments, Rings, Brooches, and Necklet Chains. in 9ot. Gold and Rolled Gold, Bangles. Beads, ek'.t etc. Gramophones, latest models, C5 5s. Re- oords in Welsh a.ritt English. Gramo- pliolle-, re]>aired. Engraving, Gilding and Plating. Spectacles repaired. Watch and Clock repairs can now be executed in 14 days. C'Nd Gold, Silver and Platinum bought; market price given. DON'T WAIT. Call Now my aim is to oblige and keep busy now. the Kiiaki and the Tin Hat are things of the paM. J. H. ROWLAND. Practical Watchmaker and Working Jeweller, CASTLE HOUSE, CHURCH-STREET. LLANGEFNI. Penrhos Garage, LLANFAIR P C. HUGH DAVIES begs to announce that the above has beon fitted up for the repair of ail kinds of i Cars and Cycles. Experienced Motor Mechanic in charge. Large Stock of Bicycles, Motor & Cycle Tyres. All kind of Accessories. Orders now taken for MOTOR CARS AND CYCLES. TELEPHONE: LLANFAIRP WLL 9 BICYCLES. T"VO\"I' BLTY your New Mount tili you I. have -.t't'n our STOCK OF LADIES' AND URNT k- CYCLES. NEW OR SECONDHAND, ALL MAKES. TYRE ami ACCESSORY ST C'KISTS. MOTOR C'Y CLE OILS, PLUGS, Etc. PISTON RINGS FOR ALL MAKES. WILLIAMS & EDWARDS, LLANFECHELL. TATWS! TATWS! TATWS TVYMUNA EDWARD OWEN hysbyau trigolion Llangefai a'r cylch fod ganddo gyflawnder o DATWS BWYTA, am Naw Swllt y Cant, sef British Queen. Abundanoe, Up-to-Date, ac Arran ac vr anfonir o hanner oant i dunnell 1 unrnyw le o fewn y cyloh.—11, Bridge- street, Llangefai,. -— 1"" -0 Christmas Presents. i When making a choice for Christmas visit j RICHARD JONES & CO., 1 LIMITED. j You will not only be satisfied, but you will surely find extreme delight in your visit. j I Acceptable Gifts in all Departments. I Bags, Handkerchiefs, etc. • Handkerchiefs in fancy boxes from 2/11 to 8111. j Ladies' I-laiidb-igs, all shapes in Silk. j j Leather and Suede, from 3/11 to 63/ • Dainty Muslin Aprons from 3/6 to 6"11. Ladies' Silk Scarves, striped & plain, from 6,11 t.o 35/lf Fleecy Wool Scarves in plain and striped (very fashionable), from Sitt to 5 26 Clotb Scarves, all colours, from 19/11 to 27'6- j Gloves and Umbrellas. f Po Ladies' Chamois Gloves from 8/11 to t 2ft I. Real Dear Skin ditto from 12/11 to 15/11. i Tan Cape, Wool lined, from 16/11. • Tan Cape, Fur Lined, from 23/11. 1 Fur Gloves, lined Wool, from 21/6.. Ladies' and Gent's Umbrellas in great variety from 10/6 to 42/ 1 Sports Coats. ] Q Ladies' Spencers, for wearing under coats, all shades, 8/11, 9/11, 12/11. | Wool Sports Coats, all coleurs, 39/6- 1 Two Tone Wool Coats, 45/ Wool Jumpers, plain, two tone, 14/11. I A large assortment of Wool Shetland and Pure Silk Jumpers to select from. c Blouses, Blouses. < B Ladies' Crepe-de-Chine Blouses in all shades = from 15 II to 4 Gns. Ladies' White Silk Blouses from 13/11 to 59/0. Ladies' Crepe-de-Chine Shirts, Ivory only, special value, 25/11, 27/11, 29/11. Ladies' Striped Tricoline Shirts, all colours '■ .from 15/11- | Ladies' Plain Tiicoline Shirts, all colours ? from 12/11. I Furs, Furs, Furs. I Coney Dyed Mole Ties, from 67/6. F: Ditto ditto Muffs, from 59/6. Skunk Oppossum Ties, from 5 Gns. Ditto ditto Muffs, from 9 6. i Coiiey Seal Ties, from 5^ Gns. • 2 Ditto, ditto, Muffs, from 65/ Natural Musquash Coats, new shapes, j selected skins, from 45 Gns. Coney Seal Coats (very fashionable), from 15 Gns. • Down Quilts. A choice selection of Down Quilts, from 45/ I Down Cushions & Tea Cosies, charming selections. Fancy Linens. A choice Selection of Fancy Linens, including i Duchesse Sets, D'oyleys, Mats, Tray Cloths, i etc., to seletL from. Occasional Easy Chairs in great variety. j A good selection of Music Stools. f Cabinets, Coal Vases, etc. I. SPECIAL PURCHASE of Manufacturer's End-of-Season Fur Ties all perfect goods, in I SKUNK. OPPOSSUM, SQUIRREL, SEAL and MOLE-DYED CONEY, at Considerable Redaction of Usual Prices. __J Richard Jones & Co., Ltd., EASTGATE STREET and BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS Winter Train Service Features. a m- I p.m. PWLLHELI dep. 7-55 WOLVEKHAMPTON dep. 1.22 CKICCIKTH 812 (GWR.I WOLVERHAMPTON air. 219 R,CCIETH A!R- ••• 6-37 CGAV.R.) I WLI.HELI 7.2 Via the picturesque Coast and Upper J Severn Valley Route. N.B.-Tea Service between Machynlleth and Welshpool and vice versa. S. WILLIAMSON, Oswestry, Nov., rQlq. General Manager.
| R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C. 4 Ophthalmic Optician, LLANRWST, AtBEE. HIVE TfcMPERANCE HOTEL CARNARVON, 1st and 3rd Saturdays in each month. At CO .UPTON HOUSE, CASTLE ST CONWAY, 1st Fridayill each month. At CENTRAL PHARMACY, LLAN- GEFNI, EVERY THURSDAY. SCIENTIFIC SIGHT-TESTING DANNEDD. j ^YllWELA DR. JONES. D D.S. (A.M.). SURGEON DENTIST. CRAIG OWEN, BANCOK, A LLANGKFN1, bob DYDD lAU, yn 15, LLEDW 10 AN-KO AD, o 12 tan 5.30 o'r gjoch. Ym MANGOR. BOB DYDD ond dyddiau Mawrth ac lau, o 10 tan 6 o'r gloch. A LLANERCHYMEDD, gyda MISS OWEN, DRUID HOUSE, o iD hyd 1 o'r gloch ac AMLWCH, gyda MR HUGHES, Stationer, o 2 nyd 5 o'r gloch, ar DDYDDIAU MAWRTH. Hydrcf 7ied Tachwedd 4vdd, a Rhag- fyr 2il a'r 3Cain.