R. G. OWEN, F.S.M.C. Ophthalmic Optician, LLANRWST. AtBEE HIVE TEMPERANCE HOTEL CARNARVON, ist and 3rd Saturdays in each month. At COMPTON HOUSE, CASTLE ST CONWAY, ist Fridayin each month. At CENTRAL PHARMACY, LLAN- GEFNI. EVERY THURSDAY. SCIENTIFIC SICHMESTING
DANNEDD. YMWELA DR JONES, D.D.S. (A.M.). SURGEON DENTIST, CRAIG OWEN, BANGOR, A LLANGEFNI, bob DYDD IAU, yn 16, LLEDWIGAN-ROAD, o 12 tan 5.30 o'r gloch. Ym MANGOR, BOB DYDD end dyddiau Mawrth ac Iau, o 10 tan 6 or gloci. A LLANERCHYMEDD, gyda MISS OWEN. DRUID HOUS o 10 hyd 1 o'r gloch; ac AMLWCH, gvda MR HUGHES, Stationer, o 2 hyd 5 o'r gloch, ar DDYDDIAU MAWRTH, Hydref 7fed. Tachvredd 4ydd, a Rhag- fyr 2il a'r 20ain.
Established 1851. MESSRS WM. DEW & SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS. TIMBER VALUERS, Etc. Oa3tten CuiloiriKSi Bangor, Tel. 18. Jhe Estate Offlco, Conway, Tol. 29. The Estate Office, Llanrwst, Tel. 9. Telegrams: "DEWSON." PROPRIETORS OF CONWAY CATTLE MART (CARNARVONSHIRE). FT LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. (DENBIGHSHIRE). LLANERCHYMEDD AND GAERWEN SMITHFIELDS, ANGLESEY. ■IVTESSRS WtM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., under- take the Sale of Country Estates, Town and Country Properties, Ground Rents, Contents of Mansions and Private Resi- dences, Trade Stocks and Plant, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Probate, Tenant Rights, and Trade Valuations. PENHESGIN ISAF. MENAI BRIDGE. ntTESSRS WM. DEW and SON and :1,.1. R. ARTHUR JONES having now disposed of the above Property, the same 18 WITHDRAWN from Sale. Auctioneers' Offices, Bangor and Con- Way. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JANUARY 14th and lt, 1920. G, nim R. MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS. KINGSBRIDGE CAMP, BEAUMARIS. fltTESSRS WM. DEW and SON and *• R. ARTHUR JONES have been axstructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION at the CAMP, as above, at 11 a.m. each day, a large quantity of VaJliable CAMP EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE, lying at this Camp, and including:— *000 Blankets, 330 Pillow and Bolster Oases, 169 Sheets, 55 Combination Bed- steads, 56 Mattresses, 456 F.S. Bedsteads, Fire Buckets, 84 yards of Leather Cloth, 75 square yards of Linoleum, 42 Jj^-mp Lockers, 29 Hanging Mirrors, 131 ^owels, 134 Iron 'Trestles, 130 Forms (6ft.), 30 Galvanised Cans, Scrubbing Brushes, Mops, Brooms, Arm Chairs, 'Wicker Chairs, 6ft. and 4ft. Tables, Lamps, oieves, Baking Tins and Dishes, and a large assortment of Culinary Uten- si6, 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 fthe Controller, Furniture Section, -ry of Munitions, Disposal Board, 18, Anne's Gate, Westminster, S.W. Preliminary Notice. NORTH WALES. LLANFAIRFECHAN. iliTESSRS WM. DEW and SON and f1- R. ARTHUR JONES have been poured with instructions from Sir ^homas Shann to SELL by PUBLIC RUCTION, at em early date (unless pre- viously disposed of by Private Treaty) the ^gularly attractive, pleasantly situated *^sidential Property known as BRYN CELYN, Comprising the substantially built Resi- dence, Gardens, and Grounds, situate Wlthin convenient distance of the Town and L. and N.-W. Railway Station at Llan- tairfechan. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. MONDAY, DECEMBER 29th, 1919. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD. Grading at U a.m. No Stock received for Grading after -1 o'clock. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, J-N-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1919. CONWAY CATTLE MART, Grading at 11 Lm. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, iN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. W. T. OWEW & ;ON. GRADING STATIONS. CROES, TUESDAY, DEC. 30th, 1919. Grading at Ten sharp as per strict in. Itructions. FROGWY BACH, LLANGWYLLOG. GETTING OF RICH GRAZING LAND. ATESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have -1- been favoured with instructions from H. Williams, Esq., to LET about 100 Acres of RICH GRAZING LAND, 40 AjCres being Manured with Farmyard ^.anure this Season, with plentiful River Water, good Fencing, and the Land is in «ice!leiit condition, all the feeding being on to tho land for years, on FRI- ^AY. JANUARY 2nd, 1920, at 1 p.m. -==- MESSRS OWEN AND LLOYD UPPER BANGOR. liTESSRS OWEN and LLOYD will N „SEliL,BY PUBLIC AUCTION at *Jo. 8, REGENT-STREET, on TUES- DAY. JANUARY 6th, 1920, at One c^ock prompt, tho whole of the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Particulars will aPPoar in Posters or at the Auctioneers', Masonic Cham berli ESTABLISHED 1863. 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 Valuor 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 Wales. Valuations personally conducted of Real Estate for Sale by Public Auction or Pri- vate Contract. SPECIALITIES. Land Valuations, Probate, Farm Valuations on Change of lenancy, Timber, Hotel and Trade Valua- tions in any part of the country. Estate* managed and Rents collected. Inventories carefully made and checked. GRADING STATIONS. MONDAY, DPC. 29th: VALLEY. TUESDAY. DEC. 30th: LLANERCHY- MEDD. At Ten a.m. 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 AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI, in JANUARY next, of about 200 STACKS of HAY and STRAW (1919 and 1918), situate in the 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 Forms, with Conditions of Sale, forwarded on application to the Auction- eers, Bangor. CITY OF BANGOR. (TO CLOSE A TRUST.) IMPORTANT SALE of the FULLY LICENSED FREEHOLD PREMISES, known as the RAILWAY VAULTS. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises, early in JANUARY, 1920, the above well-known Licensed Premises, with possession on completion. Further particulars may be obtained of Mr Thornton Jones, Solicitor, or the Auc- tioneers, all of Bangor. LLANSADWRN ANGLESEY JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. (Parker Mackenzie, F.A.I.) will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 8th, 1920, at 2.30 p.m., subject to Conditions, all that Valuable Freehold Farm known as "CAE UCHAF," containing 130a. 2r. 18p. (or thereabouts), with Modern Residence and extensive and exceptionally good Out-buildings. Possession on completion, Purchaser taking over and paying far, in addition to the purchase money, the Crops, etc., as valued between Vendor and Jate Ten- ant. ant. Further particulars of the Auctioneers, or Mr W. Thornton Jones. all of Ban- goir. GEO. N. DIXON AND CO. WITHOUT RESERVE. G f§ R- IMPORTANT GOVERNMENT SALE. MINISTRY OF MUNITIONS. By direction of the Surplus Government Property Disposal Board. (Mechanical Transport Department). G EO, N. DIXON and CO. will SELL BY AUCTION on .TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30th, at 12.30 o'clock prompt, at ROSE LANE, MOSS- LEY HILL (adjoining Mossley Hill Sta- tion, L. and N.W.R.), THE MOTOR LORRIES, BOX VANS, AMBULANCES, AND MOTOR CYCLES, 20-3 TON LORRIES by Commer, Albion and A.E.C. 49 15 CWT. FORD BOX VANS, 1-15 CWT. CROSSLEY BOX VAN 1-15 CWT. TALBOT BOX VAN, 21 AMBULANCE VANS by Ford, Cross- ley, Talbot, and Daimler, 1 DAIMLER OPEN TOURING CAR, 6 SOLO MOTOR CYCLES by Triumph, Rudge, and Douglas, 1 CLYNO COMBINATION WITH SIDE CAR. The majority of which are in running order. On View Monday, Dec. 29th, from Ten to Four o'clock or previously by written order. For further particulars and Catalogues (price Is) apply to the Auctioneers, 41, Castle-street, Liverpool. Telephone, 3853 Bank. Telegrams, "Tenacity." DAVID JONES A CO., Preliminary Announcement. MESSRS DAVID JONES and CO. have been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an 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 TAl ISAF, GADFA. PENYSARN. A oompact Holding of 6 Acres, with Dwelling-house, etc., known as CEFN PALl, RHOSYBOL. Also small FARM of 12 Acres at MYN- YDD MECHELL. Ful! particulars of above, with date of Sale, will be announced next week. 30, Mona-#tareet, Amlwch, and Holy- head. MR WILUAM HUOHM. 8, BRIDGE-STREET, LLANGEFNI. MR WILLIAM HUGHES has been instructed by the Executrix under the Will of the late Mr Ellis Jones to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Back Premises, MILL-STREET, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 1st, the whole of the OUT-DOOR EFFECTS, compris- ing:—A splendid covered Baker's Van, very useful Car, Set of Harness, Chaff- cutter, Barrow, Handcart, Patent Chain Block, large Slate Cistern, Sack Truck, Corrugated Iron, Hay Shed, Pig Troughs, and numerous other articles. Sale to oommence 1.30 prompt. TOWN OF LLANGEFNI. THURSDAY, JANUARY 8th, at 2.30. MR W. HUGHES has been favoured with instructions to SELL by PUB- 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. Lloyd Edwards, Esq., Solicitor, Bangor, oy the Auctioneer, Bod- organ. Also seven Dwelling-Houses in the Vil- lage of Bodffordd. Particulars in due course. DAFARN NEWYDD, LLANGRIST- IOLUS. Important to Graziers and others. MR WILLIAM HUGHES is instruct- ed by Mr Samuel Thomas to LET by PUBLIC AUCTION.. at an early date, about 50 ACRES of good ACCOMMODA- TION LAND, in convenient lots. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS iTJL Jones will hold their NEXT SALE On MONDAY, DECEMBER 29th, 1919. MESSRS JOSEPH HIBBARO & SONS FIRST PORTION. G. ii R. FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. WITHOUT RESERVE. By Order of the Board of Trade. Timber Controller's Department. SOUTH WALES. MESSRS JOSEPH HIBBARD and SONS, F.A.I., will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION upon the Sites, as hereunder: CASTLE MADOC (six miles from Brecon Station, G.W. Rly.), CAMDEN (four miles from Brecon Sta- tion, G.W. Rly.), and GLANUSK (two miles from Crickhowell, ne^r Abergavenny), On TUESDAY, JANUARY 13th, 1920, and following day, at Twelve o'clock precisely each day, STOCK OF TIMBER, including 200,000 Feet CUBE ENGLISH TIMBER, Comprising: OAK, ASH, BEECH, ELM, POPLAR, and CHESTNUT, Cut into Planks, Board, Scantlings, Van and Truck Bod Planks, etc., 30,000 OAK and ELM PIT SLEEPERS, and KEY BLOCKS, 100 STANDARDS WELL-CUT SCOTCH FIR and LARCH, In PLANKS, DEALS. BATTENS, BOARDS, and SCANTLINGS. On View Monday prior to Sale and oelic Mornings. Catalogues can be obtained upon ap- plication to the Board of Irade, Timber Supply Offices, Plymouth Chambers, Westgate-stroet, Cardiff; of the Timber Controller's Department, 80, Newman- street, London, WM; or of the Auotion- eers, at their Offices, NEWINGTON GREEN, ISLINGTON, LONDON, N.1, and at HIGH ST., BRENTWOOD, ESSEX, and Branches at 110, Bouverie-road, Stoke Newington, London, N.l; 471a, Oaledon- ian-road, Islington, London; and OIFord- road, Islington, London. Telephone: Nos. 16 and 2020 Dalston, and 3687 North. Tel. address: "Archlike, Hibury, Lon- don." MR A.. E. BICKNELL. Preliminary Announcement. LLANFAIRFECHAN. IMPORTANT SALE of DETACHED and SEMI-DETACHED LEASEHOLD RESIDENCES. MR A. E. BICKNELL WIN OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUC- TION at the LLANFAIRFECHAN HOTEL, LLANFAIRFECHAN, Early in January, the following LEASEHOLD RE- SIDENCES Lot 1.—The two Semi-detached Resi- dences known as MYRTLE VILLA and TREVOR VILLA, situate off the Pen- inaenmaw r-road, Lianfairfechan, The Accommodation in Myrtle Villa includes: Basement Collar, Hall Dining-room, Draw- ing-room, Sitting-room, Domestic Offices, Bathroom, and Lavatory, and W.C., Closet, and seven Bedrooms, Coal-plaoe. Wash-house, Stable, Pig Stye Ornamental Garden in front, and Kitchen Garden ad- joining. Trevor Villa ooritajn. Base- ment Cellar, Hall, Dining-room, Drawing- room, Entertaining-room, Domestic Offices, seven Bedrooms, and \V.C. Coal-house, etc.; Garden plot in front of house. The above Houses a.re admirably adapt- ed if occupied together for a Private Hotel, First-Class Boarding-House, School, Con- valescent Home, or other similar institu- tion. Hie property is held under a Lease with an unexpired term of forty-three years, and subject to a ground rent of S20 pea- annum. Lot 2.—Tho Detached House with Gar- den ground known as BRYNDWR, in the occupation of Miss Rowlett at a rental of B25 per annum. Containing: Dining- room, Drawing room, Sitting room, Domestic Offioes, seven Bedrooms, W.C., Outside Coal-house and W.C. Unexpired term of Lease forty-three years. Ground rent £9 10s per annum. Lot 3.—The Detached House with Gar. den known as CHATHAM HOUSE, now in hand; containing Dining-room, Draw- ing- room, two Sitting-rooms, Domestic Offices, nine Bedrooms, W.C., Dressing- room, Outside W.C. and Coal-house. Un- expired term of Lease forty-three years. Ground rent, £ 9 10s per annum. 255 and 257, High-street, Bangor. AREDIG. AT AMAETHWYR Y SIR. 0HERWYDD mawr lwyddiant y FORDSON TRACTOR y blynydd- oedd diweddaf, yr ydym wedi prynu y cyfryw, a phopeth a beirthyn iddo, dan ofal Arddwr dan gamp, ac i fod at wasan- aetih y Ffermwyr a'r Tyddynwyr, am bris rheeymol. Am fanylion ymofynor yh ddioed a W. O. JONES, Prince, Aberffraw, neu RICHARD OWEN, v Gwynant, Rhosneigr. ANGLESEY HILARY QUARTER SESSIONS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th~ NEXT GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS of the PEACE fo.r the COUNTY OF ANGLESEY will be hold em at the COUNTY HALL, BEAUMARIS, on WEDNESDAY, the 71.h da.y of JANU- ARY, 1920, at HALF PAST TEN o'clock in the morli.111,7, precisely. The Clerks to the Justices of the several Divisions are requested to tran-smit to me at my offioe a.t Llangefni seven days before the Sessions all depositions. Returns of l'inos. Convictions, and Recognisances, which shall have been then taken together with Instrucliona for Indictments WALTER O. JONES, Clerk of the Peace. Shire Hall, Llangefni, 13th December, 1919. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS. CHRISTMAS TRAINS. On DECEMBER 25th (CHRISTMAS IAS DAY) trains will run AS ON SUNDAYS, with the following exceptions:— 6.5 a.m. from Machynlleth to Barmouth will rnn at WEEK-DAY TIMES. Trains will le Pwllheli at nine a.m. for Barmouth and intermediate Stations, and Barmouth at 5.10 p.m. for Pwllheli and intermediate Staticns. Trains will leave Afon Wen at 8.40 a.m. for Pwllheli; and Pwllheli at 6.40 p.m. for Afon Wen, with L. and N.W. con- nections. For particulars of arrangements on December 26th and 27th. see announce- ments at Stations. S. WILLIAMSON, Genera! Manager. Oswestry, Deoomber, 1919. BRYNDU (M.C.I. EISTEDDFOD LLUN Y PASG, 1920. Y PRIF DESTYNAU:—Cor, heb fod clan 23 na tihroe 40 mewn rhif, "Ar dorm o flaen gwyntoedd" (Dr. Parry). gwobr 4p 4a. Oor Plant, dan 16eg oed, heb fod dros 20 mewn rhif, "Alac Cyfaill i blant bycha,in," gwobr lp 10s. Unrhyw Ddeuawd, gwobr lp 5s. Her Unawd, gwobr lp 10s. Y prif Adroddiad, "Jones Blaon;a.nerch, yn llefain 'lawn'" (" Cbdl'r Hwyl"), gwobr 1p Is. Yr oil o'r uohod yn agored i'r byd, a hysbysir eto pan fydd y rhestr o'r testynau yn barod. R. OWEN, Arfryn, a F. J. ROWLANDS. Glyndwr, r Ysgrife,nyddio,n. ELLIS JONES, Deceased. ALL persons having claims against the Fistatf of Ellis Jones, late of 3 Bridge-street Llangefni Baker deceased (who died at 8 Bridge-street aforesaid on the 25th day of November 1919) are re- quested to send particulars of their claims forthwith to the undersigned. All per- sons jndebtod to the deceased are request- ed to pay the amounts due forthwith to the undersigned. Dated this 18th day of December, 1919. JOHN S. LAURIE, 24, Churchistreet, Lla.ngefni, Solicitor for the Executrix. LLANGEFNI FOOD CONTROL COMMITTEE. A PPLICATIONS are invited for the A post of Executive Officer to tho above Committee (to commence immediate- ly). Salary B120 p.a. Preference will be givon to an ex-service jnan. The applications, with copies of three recent testimonials, to be in the hands of tho undersigned not later than MONDAY MORNING, 29th DECEMBER, 1919. J. LLOYD OWEN, Executive Officer. Deoember 18th, 1919. EDUCATIONAL. TREARDDUR BAY SCHOOL, Near HOLYHEAD. PREPARATORY for the Public Schools P and Royal Navy. Age 7-14 years. Bracing Climate. Modern Buildings. Prospectus from Headmaster (B.A., Ox- ford). BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL AND CIVIL SERVICE COLLEGE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. (Open to Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls). PRINCIPAL: MR OWEN JONES (Honoursman and Medallist). Senior Mistress: MRS LLOYD ROBERTS, B.A. (Graduate of the Welsh University, with Honours in Classics). Shorthand, Type- writing, Book-keeping, Commercial Corres- pondence, and Otlice Routine, Arithmetic English, etc. Situations Found. Students may join at any time. Prospectus on application. BUSINESS WANTED. LADIES and GENTLEMEN desirous -LJ of Selling their Businesses would do well to consult P. Jolly and Co., Cathedral Building, 207, High-street, Bangor. We have clients waiting for Farms, Cinemas, Hotels. Creameries, Confectioners, Sta- tioners, Tobacconists, Drapers, Ironmong- ers, Greegrocers, Apartment Houses; in fact any kind of Business. No Sale. No pay. DOGS, &c. EVERY Molassine Dog Cake and Puppy Biscuit wags a tail. In 6d packets and 71b. bags. Recommended by Davies Bros., Family Grocers, Central Storeq Holyhead. SITUATIONS VACANT. "rANTED smart Young Ladies as Ap- J prentices to the Millinery, at once. —O. R. Rowlands, Bee Hive. Llangefni. DRAPERY.—Two or three well edu- cated Youths, as Apprentices; good opportunity of learning the t-ra,de.-Apriy, W. R. Hughes, The Golden Eagle, Am- lwch and Liangefni. W? ANTED, Blacksmith used to coun- try work; married man preferred; honi-o found if suitable.—Apply, stating to John Owens and Co., Saw Mills, Mottyn. TOS7ANTED Man and Wife or two Maids » for entire work of Carnarvon- shire-Country Vicarage; to live in.—Ap- ply(<tV' Clericus," Cioria-nydd" Office, Llaf.„,i:iui. T"*r:+ANTED, good Kitchen maid.— Apply, Bull's Head Hotel, Llan- gefn:, -4 |,UVR SALE Gent's Bicycle, 27in. inch, -T Raleigh frame; in perfect order; also Circular Saw Spindle, 21-in. by 1.1-in. —Apply, Williams, Joiner, Llangalt'o, An- g! esey. W~ ALLPAPERS !—Wo still supply any quantity, large or small, at Net Cash Trade Prices. -IV rlt-c for patterns (Dept. 280), Barnett Wallpaper Co., Ltd., Manchester. ON SALE Clogs (Wholesale); best 0 quality guaranteed shops supplied. -Price, etc., apply Llow. Roberts, Church-street, Llangefni.' YN EISIEU, Trol, ail-law, mewn- cyf- Ivvr da.—Anfoner at M.C. "Clor- ianydd" OOice, Llangefni. £ 5 MOLESKINS.—Million Skins Want- ed. Five Pounds per 100 for Best Quality.-Ge,rrard, Furriers, Edinburgh. INS, Etc., Wanted. We pay 1. up to 120s per 100; also Skins of Ra&»:ts, Hares. Foxes, and Otters. Cash by return. Send for price list to the L<*rg'.fst Cash Buyers in the world. WecAern Fur Co.. 13. Bridge-street. Bris- tol. WANTED about 30 gallons of Milk daily.—Address, "M. Chronicle" Office, Bangor. BAEDD, Large, White (pedigree, wedi ei fagu gan Iarli Eliesmere) at was- anaot'h yn Tyddyn \V lien, Bull Bay, Am- lwch; tail, 5s.—T. Griffith. COLLWYD, o Wylfa, C'emaes, dwy C Ddafad bach; marc 0" mewn du ar yr ochr.-o. Williams. R1UMPH MOTOR CYCLE, 3i-h.p„ for Sale, in good running order; pride JMO; ba,rgain. B.G. Olorian, ydd" Office, Llangefni. SALE by PRI VATE TOF.ATY, J' House and Shop. No. 12, Bridge- street, Llangefni, with Stable, Slaughter- hous;, and other Out-buildings thereto belor-nng.—Apply to Mr J. Evans Jones, Solie-TV>r, Bangor. ON SALE. Governess Car, good as new also Set of good Harness; all suit- able for a Pony, 12-14 hands. — Apply, Lloy( and Co., Bodorgan. L —- « FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY. CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS CONIPANY. 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 the respective quantities, more or lass, also undermentioned, viz.:— Estim'd lEstim'd STATIONS. Weight. STATIONS. Weigh t Tons. I Ton3. 51 Afon Wen 6 Cricci.tli 31 Abererch 5-i 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. SvIALL Freehold Tenement, with im- mediate possession, PENTERFYN, about llå Acres, small Cottage, suitable Out-buildings, and excellent Land, all late in occupation of Mr Evan Jones. Also, two Cottages called LLAIN- DELYN, adjoining Pcnterfyn.—Apply, J. S. Laurie, Solicitor, Llangefni. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, Valley-road, Llanfair- fec-han, Freehold Cottage called Myrtle Grove, containing nice Sitting-room with bay window, two Kitchens, Yard, three Bedrooms, and 2 W.C.'s; small Garden in front; immediate possession. J. S. Laurie, Solicitor, Llangefni. SIX-ROOMED HOUSE with large Gar- den, Coach-house and Stable, in the Village of Bodedern. Particulars from David Jones and Co., Auctioneers, Holy- head. CCHRISTMAS HOLIDA YS.-Trecastedl, > Bull Bay, Anglesey, will have Select Party with Special Menus; Entertain- ments, Whist Drive, Dances, Concerts, Golf, Shooting. Write for Rooms now. FINANCIAL. NO PRELIMINARY FEES, MONEY LENT PRIVATELY. in Large or Small Sums (not lesa than Blo). Call or Write to GEORGE PAYNE and SONS, 3, CliESCENT-ROAD, RHYL. Established 1870. INTENDING BORROWERS NOTE THIS. HAVING a large amount of ready JLJL Cash at our disposal, we are desir- ous of LENDING same tQ Tespectabl& Business People, Householders and Far- mers, on your own Note of Hand, at the following Rates of Interest:— j320 repay 5s weekly. S50 repay 10s weekly. gloo repay JBI weekiy. Repayments to suit Clients' own con- venience. Distance no object. A. FINK and CO., LTD., 2, Mount-street, MANCHESTER. £ 20 TO Riooo ADVANCED PRIVATELY to Farmers, Traders, and others, on Note of Hand, any distance. Business completed through the Ilost.-Natiouial Advance and Investment Society, lAd., 41, Corporation. street, Manchester. Branch: 32, Farrar- L road, Bangor. NOTICE. WE HAVE BEEN APPOINTED DISTRICT DISTRIBUTORS FOR THE RENOWNED CROSSLEY Gas & Oil Engines ENQUIRIES INVITED. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO SPARE PARTS., Williams & Edwards Cycle and Motor Cycle Dealers, LLANFECHELL, Rhosgoch, Anglesey. CINEMA. LLANGEFNI. GRAND CHRISTMAS WEEK PRO- GRAMME OF BEAUTIFUL FILMS. Monday, Dec. 22nd, at 8 p.m.: Star Picture, Kiddle Gawne" (in five parts). Tuesday, Dec 23rd. at 8 p.m.: Star Picture, The Marriage King" (five parts). Wednesday, Dec. 24th, at 8 p.m.: Star Picture. "The Hearts of the Wilds* (live parts); Episode 12 of the "Circus King." CHRISTMAS NIGHT (DEC. 25th), 8 p.m.: The Eternal Temptress" (five parts); Episode 12 of the "Circus King." The Llangefni Brass Band will be in attendance. NOTE.—No Comic Picture will be shown on this night. BOXING NIGHT (DEC. 26th), at 7 p.m., Betsy Ross" (five parts), featuring Alice Bra-dy; Episode 13 of the "Circus King." ? SATURDAY (DEC. 27th). at 7 p.m.. "The Antics of Ann" (live parts), featur- ing Ann Pennington; Episode 13 of the "Circus King." POPULAR PRICES. CEFN I CHAMBERS, LLANGEFNI. O. E. HUGHES, HAIRDRESSER, WISHES to inform the public that he has just returned from a visit to TOY-LAN I), "and has bought a large Stock of all kinds of TOYS SUITABLE FOR GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS. COME AND SEE THE HUNDREDS OF SUGGESTION FOR GIFTS- Dolls, Mecanno, Kliptiko, Plasticure, Waggons, Teddy Bears, Footballs, Books and Games (all kinds). Perfumes, Automony Ware, Pouches, Soaps, Frames, Pipes in Cases, Cigarette Holders, Cigars and Cigarottes in Fancy Boxes,. Christmas and New Year Cards, Best Brands of Tobacco and Cigarettes, C'hocolates and Sweets. INSPECTION SOLICITED, See Windows and Exhibition inside. AM NADOLIG LLAWEN? Dyna ddywedein pan yn ffosydd gwlyb Gallipali, Ffrainc, a Fflandyrs, a bu i'n llawenydd fynd yn drech na'r gelyn. Daliwoh yn Llawen o hyd Bydd Tadau a Mamau, Chwiorydd a Brodyr o'r gad yn gwenu fore Nadoiig pan dder- byniant eu nanrhegion. Dowch i'w gweld. Cewch a geis- iwrih am bris y ddinas: Cigarette and Cigar Cases in Silver, Metal, and real Leather, English made, from 2s 6d; Wallets. Treasury Note Cases, Tobacco Pouches, etc., Silver Cigarette Holders, from 2s 6d; Gent's and Lady's Watches, from 21s Photo Frames, in great variety Ladies' Handbags, Purses, Hair Orna- ments, Rings, Brooohos, and Neoklet Chains, in 9ot. Gold and Rolled Gold, BanglcvS, Beads, etc., etc. o.wch gennyf y mathau diweddaraf ar Gramophones, Pum Gini, gyda Reocrrda Cymraeg a Saesneg. Trwsir rhai hefyd. Engraving, Gilding, and Plating. Trwsir Spectols, a, gellir trin Clociau ac Oriad- uron yn awr mown pythefnos. Prynir hen nwyddau Aur, Arian, a Platinum am bris y farchnad. Peidiwoh oedi—gelwch. Fy ame-an yw gwasanaet-hu a bod vn brysur. pva,gai J. H. ROWLAND, Oriadurwr a Gemvdd Ymarforol, CASTLE HOUSE, CHURCH-STREET, LLANGEFNI. HORSES. BjVDR SALE, two Spring Carts, as new; -1- suitable for Grooery Business; carry- ing capacity, 26-30 cwts.—Apply, "J. and I). "Chronicle" Office, Bangor. RUBBER TYRED FIA)AT, varnished body, to suit 14-15 hands; two new Farm Carts; Lurry, to carry 2-3 tons, brass caps; W.P.I Chaff-Cutter with Pulley; Rubber Tyring on the premises. -E. Davies and Sons, Crown-street, Car- narvon. APARTMENTS WANTED. HOLYHEAD. — Gentleman requires Furnished Apartments, including board, in good locality; permanent, if suita.ble.-Write, stating terms, etc., to "Box 5827," "Chronicle"- Offioe, Bangor. SHOOTINP. ■ WANTED to rent, from 22nd Deoem- ber to 2nd January, good Rough Shooting.; two guns.—State full particu- lars to Naval Offioer, care of Millington, Pitoford. Northampton, Digonedd o Ddewis o bob peth i DDYNION, BECHGYN A PHLANT YM MASNACb Y ADNABYDDUS WILLIS SHAW, Y Paragon, Llangefni SEF SHOP RAD Y BOBL. — lit BEE HIVE, LLANGEFNI. New Autumn and Winter Goods. Ladies' & Children's Jackets, Trench & Oilskin Coats, Furs, Underclothing, Corsets, Hosiery. Mil I INFRY SMA^T VELOUR AND FELT HAT? iyilL,L,JiY £ »A I « F0R LADIES & CHILDREN'S WEAR, Best and Cheapest House for Mournings. O. R. ROWLANDS. ^mwMMmm* CAMBRIAN RAILWAYS CHRISTMAS ON THE BRITISH RIVIERA. THE QUICKEST ROUTES BETWEEN THE CAMBRIAN THE COAST GREAT STATIONS AND CENTRES. ARE AS FOLLOWS: To Lancashire and the Nartti of England-via Whitchurch. To the Midlands and London-via Welshpool. To South Wales via Moat Lane and Talyllyn. VIA THE PICTURESQUE UPPER SEVERN and WYE VA.LLEYS. The Cardigan Bay Coast is an Ideal Winter Resort, the temperature comparing favourably with the South of France Oswestry. Dec. 1919. S. WILLIAMSON, General Manager. j CYSUR I'R CLAF GEORGE'S PILE & GRAVEL PILLS. Ar werth drvry yr boll fyd adnabyddui, mewn blych- &a :-I& 30-, a 3s. yr un. Drwy y post-la- 4c. a Xa. 2o. J E GEORGE. Olynydd J. E. GEORGE, M.R.P.S HIRWAIN, GLAM. The Sweetest Spot in Carnarvon The Largest Sweetshop in North Wales. The most up-to-date method of Manufacturing, under the latest Hygienic conditions. Christmas Show now open. Admission Free. Inspection Invited, E. Nefydd Jones, Sweets Specialist, CARNARVON. Tel. 165. REXALL GUARANTEED PREPARATIONS OBTAINABLE FROM- R. R. JONES, REXALL PHARMACIES, Amlwch & Llangefni.. B I CYCLES. ipvON'T BUY your New Mount till you have seen our STOCK OF LADIES' AND GENT'S CYCLES, NEW OR SEOOND-HAND, ALL MAKES. TYRE and ACCESSORY STOCKISTS. MOTOR CYCLE OILS, PLUGS, Etc. PISTON RINGS FOR ALL MAKES. WILLIAMS & EDWARDS, LLANFECHELL. ■ it' R SALE, about 160 pounds of Honey. r —Pnoe on application to Williams, Oafndu, Gwalofamat. LISTER ENGINES FOR PETROL, OIL AND TOWN GAS. Best Motive Power for all Agrfeuttural Purposes. W IlIi1 SIZES- 2 to 28 H.P. IiJIiI SINGLE, TWIN & FOUR CYLINDERS. HIGH TENSION, MAGNETO IGNITION. ECONOMICAL, SAFE, RELIABLE. Agents— W. E. PARRY & CO., MENAI BRIDGE. Ceffylau a Gwartbeg Meirw MAE ¡ JOHN ROBERTS, CAE DDAFYDD, LLANGEFNI YN PRYNU CEFFYLAU A GWARTHEG BYW A MARW. Ac yn rhoddi'r Pris Uchaf am danynt. Fe'u cyrchir ar dderhyniad Telegram. GEILW PETER JONES, PENRHOS HOUSE, GWALCHMAI, sylw Amaethwyr Mon at ei fod yn prynno pob math 0 ANIFEILIAID MEIRW RHODDIR y PRISIAU UCHAF, « THELIR am TELIGRAMS. BYDD P.J. yn LLANGEFNI DDYDD -D IAU, ac- yng NGHAERGYBI, DDYDD SADWRN. PRYNIR LLOIAU GWLYBION, a rhoddir Pris Ucha'r Farchnad am daa- ynt. T. H. COPP, yn gyfarwydd a thrift pob math ar Beiriarmau Oil a Gas (gynt gyda W. J. Bates and Co., Man- chester). Bydd iddo AGOR BUSNES ya 49, BRIDGE-ST., LLANGEFNI, RHAG- FYR 5ed. Rhoddir sylw i drwsio a gosod Pciriannau o unrhyw wneuthuriad. Gai- ner neu ysgrifenner. IN-PIG Sows neod Karswood Pig Powders three times weekly before farrowing, and twice weekly afterwards, until young ones weaned. This plan pays. Twr-lve- powders, li. — R. R. Jottea, Chemist. Amlwch.