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flRW^RTHIAMT^u, AI t, _l .Established 1851. WM. DEW & SON ——— AND R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS. SURVEYORS, BANGOR (Tel. 13), CONWAY (Tel. 29). Telegrams: "DEWSON." Sales of Country Estates, Contents of Mansions and Private Residences. Proprietors of Carnarvonshire, Denbighshire and Anglesey Smithfields. I r ———~ AT AN EARLY DATE. AT LLANGEFNI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21st. All that Valuable Residential Farming Property, known as DIN AM FAWB, extending to 80 Acres or thereabouts, within lA miles of Valley Station. Solicitors: Messrs. Carter, Vincent and Co, .Bangor. ANGLESEY. TREARDDUR BAY. MESSRS. Wm. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed t<, Sell by Public Auction at the Town Hall, Holvhead, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 16th, at 2-30 p.m., all that ,aluableand very desir- able BUILDING LAND, extending to an area of 9 ACRES, 2 BOODS, 20 PERCHES, or thereabouts, with extensive sea and road frontages, situate between Porth-y-Pwll and Porth-y-Post, en. joyiag uninterrupted views of the beautiful rock-bound coast. Trearddur Bay, the Lleyn Peninsula, and .the Carnarvonshire Mountains. Also LAND adjoining Vron Isallt, Trear- ddur Bay, extending to an area of 15! Acres or thereabouts, enjoying similar advantages as to environment, etc., and ripe for immediate development. The Holyhead Water Com- pany's main runs close to these Lands. For further particulars, apply to Messrs Porter and Amphlett, Solicitors, Colwyn Bay, or to the Auctioneers, Bangor and Conway. 4 "MOSS BANK," PENMAENMAWR. MESStRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES are prep-red to negotiate privately for the Sale of the above Property: Detached House, 10 Bedrooms. Bath Room, W.C., etc., 4 Reception Rooms, and Good* 'Garden. For full particulars apply Messrs. Parry Jones, Francis and Davies, Solicitors, Hall Square, Denbigh, or the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ANGLESEY. PARISHES of BODEDEEN and LLAN- DRYGARN. MESSRS. WM. DEW and SON aud R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed un Sell by Public Auction (unless previously Sold by Private Treaty), the valuable and well- known FARMS, known as MANAW FAWR and MELIN MANAW. extending to an Aiea of 35 Acres or thereabouts. For further particulars apply to William Fanning, Esq., Solicitor, Amlwch, or to the Auctioneers, at Bangor and Conway. GWRYCH CASTLE ESTATE. THIRD SALE OF OUTLYING PORTIONS in and around COLWYN BAY, LLANDDULAS, AND RHYL. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., have been favoured with iiistructionz, to Sell by Public Auction, at an early date, the following Im- portant and Attracti". e AGRICULTURAL FOLDINGS, viz.. FiFYNNONAU. SIRIOR HIR. TY'N CAEAU. TYDDYN UCHA BACH, BENAR CA LED, PENYCOED. TY- GWYN, FRONHEULOG, HEN AFON, PEN- CEFN DU, HENDRE etc. For further particulars apply to Harold Edwards, Esq.. Agent, Gwrych Castle Estate Office, Abergele, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. CARNARVONSHIRE AND MERIONETH- SHIRE. PORTIONS OF THE "HAFOD GARREGOG ESTATE." MESSRS W. DEW AND SON, AND R. ARTHUR JONES. F.A.I., will Sell by Public Auction at, an early date the valuable Farms, Smal] Holdings. Dwelling Houses, etc., v. and around Bedd-geleit. Penrhynd^udraeth, Nantmor, Llanfrothen. Garn Dolbenmaen, Talsarnau, a-nd Tvd-veiliog. Nevin. Plans and particulars in due course of Messrs. Carter, Vincent and Co.. Solicitors, Bangor, or the Offices of the Auctioneers, Bangor and Conw COUNTY OF DENBIGH. About 8 miles from Denbigh and Abergele. Irrportant Sale nf the Grand Freehold Resi- dential, Sporting and Agricultural Estate of "DYFFRYN A LED." Having an aTea of 44C0 Acres or thereabouts. "Vf ESSRS. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR XES will shortfy offer the anove rotate lor Sale. For further Tyirticulars applv R. M. Thomas. Esq., Twining. Ruabon; Harold Ed- v,ards, Fsq., Agent. Gwrych Castle, Estate OF, ce. Aberge e. or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12, 1919. CONWAY CATTLE MART. Gra.ding at 11 tt-m. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL OF DAIRY AND STORE CATTLE. COUPLES, Etc. MONDAY, AUGUST 18th, 1919. JjLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. Grading at 10 o'clock. No Stock received for Grading after 11 a.m. SPECIAL OF mTttV AND STORE CATTLE, COUPLES, Etc. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. I CITY OF BANGOR. REALISATION of a Compact and Very De- sirable ESTATE on the outskirts of Bangor, within convenient distance of two L. and N.W. Railway Stations. and ripe for imme- diate building development. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. 1TA ARTHUR JONES will Offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the BRITISH HOTEL, PANGOR, during the Autumn (unless pre- viously disposed of by Private Treaty), all that Valuable and Highly Desirable FREE- HOLD RESIDENTIAL ESTATE, called and krown as BELMONT, Charmingly situated on elevated ground, overlooking and enjoying beautiful uninter- rupted views of the Menai Straits, the Tubu- lar and Suspensions Bridges, the Hamlet of Menai on the one .side, and on the other de- lightful panoramic views of practically the whole of the Snowdonian 'Range. The Estate comprises THE WELL-BUILT RESIDENCE, GARDENS and GROUNDS, together with BRYNTAWEL FARM, the whole extending to 21 Acres or there- abouts), and forming a i.atural undeveloped outlet for ti;e expansion of the Citir of Bangor. For all further particulars, plan and condi- tions of Sale apply to G. F. C. Yale, Esq., F.S.I.. The Estate Office, Pwllheli, or to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Con- way. LIST OF FORTHCOMING SALES. A T LLANGEFNI, THURSDAY", AUGUST 21, 1919, FREEHOLD FARM and LANDS, known as "GWYNDY," about 318 Acres also DRYDWY," about 130 Acres. Solicitor: J. S. Lauaie, Llangefni. A T AN EARLY DATE, all that Valuable ASHOP and DWELLING-HOUSE, known as IORWERTH HOUSE, WATER-STREET, MENAI BRIDGE. Sol.citors: Messrs. Bremner. Son, and Cor- bctt, 1, Crosshali-street, Liverpool. AT LLANGEFNI, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21st;' 1519, a-bout 87 ACRES of FREE- HOLD ACCOMMODATION LAND now forming part of BODFFORDD FARM, near LLANGEFNI. f PRELIMINARY NOTICE. By direction of the Executors. "T L W Y N II EULO G." AJ PENMAENMAWR. Highly Important Realisation of the Valuable Contents o.f the above well-known Private Residence. MESSRS W. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES are favoured with in- structions by the Executors of" the late Miss structions by the Executors of the late Miss Newton to Sell by Public Auction, on the I Premises, t'he Choice Collection of RARE ANTIQUE AND MODERN FURNITURE, comprising some of the finest of their period. Paintings, Plate, Glass, China, English and Oriental Carpets and Rugs, Blankets, Linen, etc., etc. Catalogues and all further particulars in due course on application to the Auctioneers, Bangor and Conway. AT AN EARLY DATE. "LLWYN HEUTLOG." MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES have received instruc- tions to Sell by Auction, with immediate pos- session, that valuable and beautifully situated Private Residence known as ) LLWYN HEULOG." situ-.ted n Conway Old Road, and contain ng 5 Reception-rooms, Lounge. and 6 Bedrooms, within convenient distance of the shops, church, p«st office, L. and N.W. Rrilwav Station, Golf Links, etc. The Tenure is leasehold, with about 35 years to run. Ground rent e2 5s. For a-1 further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, Bans:>r and Conway. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12th, 1919. At 2 p.m. By direction of Mrs. Birrell. THE HERMITAGE," LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. -I MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES are favoured with instructions from Mrs. BirreU, who has Bold the Residence, to Sell by Public Auction, on the Premises, a Valuable Collection of SURPLUS FURNITURE and other Effects, briefly comprising A hand- some Oak Dining-room 'Sideboard, an Attrac- t.ve Dining-room Suite in oak, leather seated 6 Small and 2 Canring Chairs, Sittiiig-roorr Cabinet in black and gold, some l VALUABLE OTL PAINTIKGS bv McDougall, Ford, Netherwood. > £ V*>lev, and Edwin E'hs; Engraving, Bedroom Ij-Tt-iture, Kitchen^ Dresser, Carrfet's. LivioltfafflsVV a-ngJe, Corn Bin. Meat- Safe. Refrver%ior, Garden R-oller, W heel barrows. Mowing Machines, Bee- hives, Extractor and Accessories, Poultry I Houses, Runs, etc., etc. xor all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, Conway and Bangor. AUGUST 12th, 1919. CONWAY CATTLE MART. MESSRS. WM. DEW AND SON AND R. VRTHUR JONFS ore favoured with in- structions from Mr. T. Eva-ns to Offer by Auction during the afternoon, at about 2-30 1D.m. I AP, (UT cz ACR^S OF GROWING OATS "djnining the Victoria Drive, Lla-ndudno Junction. \1. t!" fl, P A 7TNC, of nbo-:t 4t ACRES OF r R "S T XD. from the above date until I March 1st, 1920. I 'T'TT¡;=:n t\ y, A TTfJT^SV 19th. 1919 T LANRWST SMITHFIEI-D. V'-ndinir nt. Eleven a.m. Stock receivpr? fm- Grading after the above ti^p. SPECTAI ♦T17 07 n HPY A vn STORE, CATTLE, COUPLES, Etc. ARWERTHIANTAU. Estfl blished lbG3. JOHN PairCHARD & Co. (PARKER MACKENZIE, F.A.I.), Auctioneers, Surveyors, and Estate Agents- Head Office: BANGOR. Branch Office: LLANGEFNI. SALES BY AUCTION OF LANDED ESTATES, TOWN & CO I -TRY PROPERTIES. THE EQUIPMENT OF MANSIONS AND PRIVATE KEVIDENCES IN ANY PART OF NORTH WALES. > Tel. 47 Bimgor. Telegram* PRICHARD, AUCTIONEER, BANGOR. I ANGLESEY SMITHFIELDS. MONDAY, AUGUST 11th. VALLEY. TUESDAY, AUGUST 12th, LLANERCHY- MEDD. By order of the Ministry of Food, no animals will be accepted at the Grading Station after the advertised time, viz., Eleven a.m. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3.4th. LLANGEFNI HORSE SALE. Judging, 10-30 p.m.; Sale, "12 noon. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. ha e a grand entry for the above Sale of about 100 HEAVY and LIGHT HORSES WELSH COBS and PONIES, the whole forming a good selection of High- class Horses, direct from the Breeders, the hulk being sold sound," and the Auction- eers trust to be favoured with a few further entries, which positively cloie on Thursday this week. A good trade expected. Class 1.— £ 10 best Heavy Town Mare or Gelding, four years or over. Class 2^— £ 5 'best active Lorry or Heavy Vanner, four years or over. Class 3.— £ 3 best Harness Mare or Gelding, lo hands or over, any age. Class 4.— £ 3 be-st Cob or Pony, under 15 hands, any age. Entry Forms forwarded on applicatioa to the Auctioneers, Bangor. NEXT WEEK. I COUNTY OF CARNARVON. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARMS AND SMALL HOLDINGS. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. Will Offer for Sale by Auction at the Sports- man Hotel, Carnarvon, on Saturday, August 16th, 1919, at 2.p.m., in the following, or such. lots as may there and thea be determined upon. I Name. Area. a. r. p. Let I.-The Valuable and Well- cultivatedi Farm, known as TY UCHA. with comfort- able House and Out-build- ings. Tenant, Mr. George Owen 11 88 3 52 Lot 2.-TY CERRIG. A ueeful Small Holding with Cottage I and Buildings. Tenant, Mr. Humphrey Jones 3 1 30 Lot 3.—PLAS-Y-BONT, a very desirable Farm in high state of cultivation with the Old Mansion (now the Farm House) having the original Oak Staircase and Panelled Room, fine range of Out- buildings, extending to the village of Bontnewydd -with important Building Sites. Tenant, Mr. William Owen 63 1 10 Lot 1 to 3 are in the Parish of Llanwnda and distant aboi.t 2 miles from Carnarvon. By Order of the Eexecutors of the late Rev. T. Price Davies, deceased. Lot 4.—TYDDYN Y GARREG UCHA, CLYNNOG. Tenant 1 Mrs. Jane Pritchard 11 1 0 Lot 5.—BRYN PERSON MYN- YDD. LLANLLYFNI. Ten- I ant, Mr. Charles Jones 4 0 0 Let 6. TYDDYN HEILYN, LLANWNDA. Tenant, Mr Isa-ac Roberta 16 0 19 Lot 7.—iBLAENFFRIDD, WAEN- FAWR. Tenant, Mr David Jones 9 1 16 Lot 8.—PEXYBRYN, otherwise Bryn Eithin, Waenfawr. Tenant, Mr. John Evans 2 3 9 Lot. 9. — TYGWYN, Waenfawr. Tenant. Mr. Wm. Williams 4 3 38 l,ot 10.—TYNEWYDD, do. Tenant, Mr. Harry Thomas 1 2 16 Lot 11 and 12.—Two Freehold Dwelling Houses, Nos. 16 and 17, Llanlle-hid Roid, Rachub, Bethesda. Also Lot B.-The Comnact Freehold Farm, Cilfechedd, Waen- fawr, with the valuable Timber thereon. Tenant Mr Owen Fdmrnds. Possession November 12th next. 65 1 32 No Lithographed Plan will be issued, but Pians of the various lots can be seen at the Offices of the So'i^ito* and Auctioneers. For copies of the oarticularcs and any further in- formation apply as to Lots 1, 2, 3, to Mr. Charges A. Jones. Solicitor, Carnarvon as to j Lots 4 to 12 to Messrs. Walton Wav and Smith, Solicitors. Chester, as to Lot 13. to Messrs. Rumsev Williams and Jones, Solici- tors, Bangor, and as to the whole to the Auc- tioneers. Bangor. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISHES OF LLANFECBELL AND LLA NBEDRIG. On WEDNESDAY. 27th AUGUST. 1919. VALUABLE ACCOMMODATION LANDS known as :— TAN Y FRON (Tenant, MrA TTwn.is Owen) 10 3 2 GWV DDELYN (Tenant, Mr Robert Lewis) 16 0 39 JOHN FFfTGHARB AND CO. have been fa- orred with instructions to Offer t'he above Valuable Accommodation Lands, with DnA xenent. Buildinsr Site with lovelv views of Cem"eo Bay and the Irish Channel. for S-?1e bv PnWif Auction at CEMAES. on the 27th AUGUST. 1919. Pla<n<5 and "Particulars oreparrus. and may be had of T. S. I/nnie. Esq., Solicitor, Llan- gefni, or of the Auctioneers. Bangor. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. THURSDAY, 28th AUGUST, 1919. TOWN HAT ULANGEFNI, *it T'vo n.m. T.L AMIFIHANGELTRE'R- BHIRDD. onrl COTDANA, including some of the be t land in Anglesey. A. R. P. pTAq T T A,T, MAttxt TV'\T-ON. 1 PEN BETTWS' ""d T ">n^ ,K)0 0 C T>at>ts;TI OF T T, A N7-, T(-, A T,L. CAE CRI-X aud TAN'RALLT. 117 0 C PARISH OF CERRiGCELNWEN. HENDRE BACH and CAE FFYN- NON 24 0 0 Approximate 626 0 0 Further Particulars of the above important Premises will appear next- week, and may be had of the Auctioneers, Bangor. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. Te be Sold in One Lot, with Possession in Nc, ember. THURSDAY, 28-th AUGUST, 1919. MAJSS-Y-PORTH and HEN FAES-Y- PORTH. On the South-West sxle of the Island, be- tween the Villages of Brynsiencyn and Dwy- ran, two miles from Foel Ferry for Carnar- von, and four from Gaerwen Junction. JOHN PRITCHPD AND CO. Will Offer the a,o>e Valuable Small FREEHOLD ESTATE, Considered one of the beeit Residential Agri- cultural, Sporting Properties in Anglesey with excellent stone-built Residence, having Entrance Lounge, Drav'ng and Dining-rooms, large old-faehioned Kitchen,alld consequently arranged Domestic Offices, eight Bedrooms, etc. There are two excellent water supplies, and the sanitation and drainage are of the most modern and scientific design, Together with i COMPLETE SET OF FARM BUILDINGS and FEEDING SHEPS, etc., AUo as expensive Wooden Studio or Sum- mer House in the Garden, surrounded by beautiful ornamental trees of mature growth, and approached by long carriage drive with Lodge Entrance, the whole extending to an area of about 85 ACRES cf rich Arable and Pasture Land, which ranks amongst the best on this favourite side of Anglesey, including the valuable young, growing Timber, to be taken at valuation, also itcludiag i HEN FAET Y-PORTH, I a small, ehoice Tenemeat adjoining, of about 74 Acres, being the oril odd Farm House, which has been suppted by the present niansion. to he Sold- the TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNi?"'AUJI^ w-th otiher Pro- perties, at Two p.m. prompt. POSSESSION CAN BE HAD IN NOVEMBER. Illustrated Particulars, with Plan and Con- ditions of Sale may be had from the Auction- eers, Bangor, or Messrs. Carter, Vincent and Co., Solicitor*, Bangor and Carnarvon. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. IN AND NEAR THE TOWN OF LLANGEFNI. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. Will Offer by Public Auction the following I fsll known Properties:— TY'N CHWAREL, TREFOLLWYN GOED, PENTERFYN, Two Cottages, known ae t LLAINDELYN and CAE'R DELYN, and LLYS ALED, Field Street, Llangefni. Further Particulars in due course. Plans ind Particulars preparing, and may be had ef J. S. Laurie, Esq., Llangefni, or of the Auctioneers, Bangor PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. FRIARS SCHOOL, BANGOR. JOHN PRITCHARD AH2 CO. Will Sell by Public Auction or, the Premises, as above, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2Cth. 1919 ,at Eleven a.m. an assemblage of useful Surplus HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, fuller particulars of whi:h will appear. SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 th. 1919. PARISH OF LLANDDONA. Important Realisation of the FREEHOLD FARM. PENTRE LLWY. (Mrs. Edw. Jones). JGHN PRITCHARD AND CO. Will Offer the abov« for Sale bv Auction at the BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL. BEAU- MARIS, on SATURDAY. AUGUST 30th. Plans and Particulars preparing, and may be had of J. S. Laurie, Esq.. Solicitor. Llan- flefn. or the Auctioneers, Bangor. Further particulars will appear next week. Possession in September. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISH OF LLANDEGFAN. JOHN PRITCHARD AllD CO. has been instructed to Offer for Sale bv Pub'ic Auction, at vhe BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL. BEA UMAPJS, on SATURDAY, the 30th AUGUST, at 2 p.m., with other Proper- ties, the Superior Wtll-built FREEHOLD RESIDENCE knowa as TREF ANAL." standing in its own beautifully laid-otit Grounds of about an acre, and situate im- mediately oppoeite thfc Garth Ferry to Ban- ger. The House stands on high (found, and commands charming yWs of the Menai Straits and the Carnarvon .sir. Ran¿e of Mountains. and is approached by, a winding Carriage Driye from the Beaumaris Main Road. Aecommodatinn Study. Dra-wittg-room. Dining-room, Kit-rhen. Back-kitchen, Lava- f-r-v, four piMncipal Bedrooms and Serva^ Ditte. Bath room (h. And c). HoueemaidV Pantry, Outside Larder, Coachhouse, Stable, and LttMdry, eta. For further particular*, rp-alv to the Auc- tioneers, BanrtnT, or J. S. I-aurie. Esq., 50,1- citor, Llangefni. T-T COUNTY OP ANGLESEY. j PAR.TSH ov LTUNFAIR. P.G. Midway between Bridge a-nd LlnnfaiT P.G, SATURDAY AUGUST tiOfn. mn rfilTr.HMp Mm W- il OFF«~ *"r bv T2,'V5c A uc*'oti at the .PTTLTV^LEY AR'HQ HOTEL. p,I?AT'Af ARIS. along -.r;.J.1, r\t1.¡8 FREEHOLD RULF.DLNG SITE l"n US C.KV VOR." 11 Acres 2 Rcodi 12 Percbes, ARWERTHIANTAU. Messrs. John Pritchard& Co.—(Contd.) situate on the Main Holyhead Road, with long frontage thereto, and immediately op- posite White Bait Island, sloping down to the Straits. This :s one of the few choice Building Sites s I I left on the Menai Straits, with lovely unin- terrupted views of the Suspension and Tubu- lar Bridge, and the Carnarvonshire Range of Mountains, and most suitable for the erection of a ,g-ood-cla.<s Residence for a yacht- tner gentleman. Plans and Particulars preparing and may be had in due course of J. S. Laurie. Esq., Llan- gefni, or of the Auctioneers Bangor. TOWN OF BEAUMARIS. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. will Offer for Sale by Public Auction at the BULKELEY ARMS HOTEL, BEAUMARIS, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 30th, at 2 p.m., the following FREEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSES, LICENSED PREMISES, and COTTAGES: Lot. 1 The Old-established Licensed Premises, known as the Harp Inn. 2 No. 1, Steeple Lane; No. 1, Rosemary Lane; and Coal Yard, Steeple Lane. 3 Nos. 3 and 5. Rosemary Lane. 4 Nos. 6 and 8. Chapel Street. 5 Nos. 7, 9 and 11, Rosemary Lane, and Nos. 10, 12 and 14. Chapel Street. 6 A superior Dwelling-house, beautifully situ- ated facing the Menai Straits, known as "Maelog Cottage." 7 "West-gate," 52. Castle Street, together with Cottage adjoining, No. 2, Steeple Lane 8 Xo. 50, Castle Street. Plans and Particulars preparing, and may be obtained-as to Lots 1 to 6, of J. S. Laurie, Esq., Solicitor, JBeaumaris; and of the whole -of the Auctioneers. LLANFAIRIFECHAN. SALE OF FREEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES and BUSINESS PREMISES in the Business Centre of this -Fashiona-ble Seaside Resort. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. will Offer for Sale bv Public Auction (unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made) ;t the "COUNCIL ROOM," LLANFAIR- FECHAN, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, 1919, at 2-30 p.m. Lot 1.—The Freehold Dwelling-house known as HARP HOUSE (formerly tiie Harp Inn, Mill Road), together with the commodious Coal Yard attached thereto, now in the occu- pation of Mr. William Hughes, at the low rental of L10 8s. per annum. The accommo- dation includes:— Parlour, Kitchen, Back- kitchen, Pantry, four Bedrooms and Box- room; Yard with W.C. and Coal-place; with Side Entrance. Also the commodious Coal Yard with stone-built Shed and slate roof. The total fr- .uts^e to Mil1 R%d is 61ft. The whole embracing an area of 200 square yards or thereabouts. Lot 2.—The commanding Freehold Busi- ness Premises known as CENTRAL BUILD- INGS, occupying a good corner position in the Puciness Centre of the Village and having i long fronta.ge to Village-road, now in the occupation of Mr Griffith Hughes, Butcher, at A groas rental of 11s. 9d. a week, including all Tales. The Accommodation includes:—Injthe Basement: Kitchen, Pantry and Scullery (with separate staircase to shop), Concreted Yard, V.C. and Coal-place. Ground Floor: Spacious Double-fronted Shop and Parlour. First and Second Floor: Two Bedrooms, two Attics. 1 These Premises are exceptionally well-built of stone with yellow brick facings, and are in c ood order. For further particulars, apply to Mr. W. H. Ellis, Solicitor, Llanfairfechan. or the Auc- tioneers, Bank Chambers, Bangor. MERIONETHSHIRE. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER ICth, 1918. By instructions from the Rev. Canon H. D. Ra wnsley. TYN-Y-FFYNON, BARMOUTH. Overlooking Cardigan Bay, and situated in the Rhineiand of Wales. A beautiful stone built FREEHOLD PRIVATE RESIDENCE. Standing in its own grounds of about 3 acres. and nicely elevated, with magnificent views of Caaer Idris, and the Cader Ransie. and the benutiful Mawddach Estuary, with its excel- lent boating facilities. Within easy distance or the Fairbourne and Dyffrvn Golf Links. 9 and 18 holes respectively, and of the famous Gors y Geaol Lakes, in addtion to exquisite walks with scenery of charming variety. JOHN PftJTCHARD AND CO. Will Offer the above Valuable Property .for Sale by Auction at the Masonic Hall, Bar- mouth, on September 10th. unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made. Illustrated Particulars and tion and may te had of the Auctioneers. Bangor, N. Wales, or of Messrs. Sparks and Elake Solicitors. Crewkerne Somerset. MERIONETHSHIRE. PARISH OF LLANABER. Realisation of the remaining portion of the BOTHWNOG ESTATE extending to about 100 Acres. including the charming Country Residence known as "BOTHWNOG." situated on the Main Road leading from Bar- mouth to Dolgelley, being 6 miles from the former fashionable watering-place. 4 miles from Dolgelley, and close to Penmaen Pool Station. This Residence occupies one of the choicest positions in this delightful district, and is within easy distance of the famous Geor- Hotel Ferry, with its excellent service of Steam Launches. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. haye been instructed to Offer the above Im- portant Property for Sale, on WEDNESDAY, the 10th SEPTEMBER, at the MASONIC HALL. BARMOUTH. Further particulars next week. Illustrated Plans and Particulars preparing and may be ,had of J. Charles Hughes. E-%o.. Solicitor, Dolgelley, or the Auctioneers, Bangor. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MERIONETHSHIRE. PENGWERN ESTATE. JOfrH PFlre-HARD AND CO. -■"vp been fnv-u^ed w th in-'r.'cti-ms to Offer for Sale bv Pub ic Auction -it an early date. r nation of the pbnvr v-p"-knov.-n Estate, ex- tending to an :>) nf about ?no.n '"ncbid^i* the fin- /v.-1 ElV-iMuthan '-nor.n i? PF\-0WERN HATT". and FnTlv- K««r>"ed known as- the PENGWERN A RATS! HOTEL. Pi'h. ¡3 C'j.. -A P. C. Jones. Cif'r 13::< j(1r1 'P"en'n1 11t'fnj,:¡: Further particulars in duo course. L A R W E R T H I A N T A U "EITHINOG," ABBEY ROAD, LLANDUDNO. MESSRS. Matthew Ryan & R. Thomas Auctioneers, Valuers. Surveyor?, House and Estate Agents. Llandudno, directed by Mrs. Wilson, Eithdnog, and Messrs. Knight, Frank & Rutley Auctioneers, 20, Hanover Square. London, directed by -Al.sp Wileoit., of London, are instructed in conjunction to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, OR the premises, the whole of the superb HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS of the above mansion on August 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st. SALE TO COMMENCE EACH DAY ATT 1-30 p.m. SHARP. VIEW DAYS AUGUST 15th and 16th, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.ip. COMPRISING BRJEFLY- Grand Piano in Rosewood Case, by Broad- Drawing Room Suite in Rarewood. wood. Danin-g-room Suites in Walnut and Mahogany,. Sheraton-designed China Cabinet, by Waring upholstered in Velvet and Morroee. and Gillow. Carved Walnut Writing Desk. Antique Carved Oak Table. Nine handsome Bedroom S-il Les in Mahogany Chesterfield Couches upholstered in Silk, Sad- Walnut and Stainwood. die-bags and Silk Tapestry. Paintings and W;,ter Colours, by H. H. Cul- Ten Lounge Chairs en suite. ley. R.A.. G. W. Pettitt, M." Rayuer. E. Grandfather Clock in Mahogany Case, with Brown, J. W. Westall. L. Woocfocck. S. Brass Dial, by W instanlev. igan. > May, V. Delower and others. Brass Dial, by W instanlev. Wigan. May, V. Delower and others. Two Mahogany Dining Tables. Also valuable Engravings. Three well-made Bookcases in Walnut and Expensive Heavy Axminster Carpets. Rugs. Mahogany. I Stair Carpets, etc., etc. ADMISSION STRICTLY BY CATALOGUE (to admit two). PRiCE 1/- EACH. t. be cb- tained ot THE AUCTIONEERS, AUGUSTA STREET. L L A N D U D N 0, and 23, HANOVER SQUARE. LONDON, W.I. Messrs. John Pritchard & Co.—Contd. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. CITY OF BANGOR. Important Sale of LEASEHOLD and FREE- HOLD PRIVATE RESIDENCES, DWEL- LING-HOUSES, and BUSINESS PREM- ISES, all well situated, and in the occupa- tion of good tenants, forming Grand and Safe Investments. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. will Sell by Public Auction at the Queen's Head Cafe. Bangor, on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1919, at 2 p.m., about 25 to 30 Lots of Properties, including the Semi- detached Residence OaklandsNo. 2. Edge Hill Terrace, and No. 7, Upper Garth Road No. 6. Brynteg Terrace: No. 12, Pen'rallt Road- Nos. 2 and 3, Bron Eryri; No. 6. Pen rallt Villas, College Road No. 20, Snowdon view No. 27, Victoria Street; Nos. 8. 10 and 12. Waterloo Street, No. 22, Garden Square No. 2, Frondeg Terrace the Freehold Ware- house at the corner of Chapel Street; the im- portant Business Premises Compton House, High Street, and other Business Premises in High Street, together with some well-built Houses on the Fri-ars Estate in Orme Road choice corner Building Site in College Road. Otlfer Properties can be included in this Sale if oirticulars are received not later than Ausrust 112th. Solicitors: J. Giynne Joncs, T'q.. iiiad W. Thornton Jones, Esq., Bangor. White Star Line ROYAL AND UNITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. iudndiug "OLYMPIC," 46,359 Tone The Largest British Ste&nzm- I Passenger and Freight Sailing"— LIVERPOOL TO NEW YORK. BALTIC Wednesday, August IS BELGIC Saturday, August 16 LIVERPOOL TO BOSTON. VEDIC Tuesday. August 19 SOUTHAMPTON AND CHERBOURG TO NEW YORK. (Via Plymouth Eastbouad). Sailings to be announced shortly. WHITE STAR-DOMINION LINE TO CANADA LIVERPOOL TO OUEBEJ AND MONTREAL. MEGANTIC Friday, August ? BRI.STOL TO QUEBEC AND MONTREAL. Sailings later. For further paitl^mars apply to White &6r Lane, Liverpool: SoUtha.m¡/t.Hl: Brisloi: lntp- don; 1, Cockspur Street, S.W. J, and 38, Leadenhall Street, E.C. 3. Mr. Robt. G. Jones, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND LAND AGENT. SALES OF FREEHOLD and LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES, FURNITURE, MACHINERY, ETC., UNDERTAKEN. V ALUATIONS FOB ALL PURPOSES. AGRICULTURAL WORK A SPECIALITY. Head Office: Castle Square, Carnarvon. Also at Harlech, Merionethshire. By Instructions of the Administratrix of the late Mr. Richard Thomas. TOWN OF CARNARVON. IMPORTANT SALE OF LEASEHOLD PRIVATE RESIDENCES. IfyjTR. ROBERT G. JONES has been instructed to Sell bv Public Auction -,t th« SPORTSMAN HOTEL, CARNARVON on SATURDAY. AUGUST 30.h, 1S19 at 2-15 p.m. (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read) the following LEASEHOLD PROPERTIES: LOT. DESCRIPTION. Rental. Unexpired. Annual Term. Ground Rent. 1. -N- o. 24, Eleanor Street. CarnajYOE. 13 0 0 23.! vears. 1 0 0 2.—No. 26, Do. do. 13 0 0 23.b veare. 1 0 0 3,-o. 28, Do. do. 13 0 0 23i years. 1 0 0 4.—NTo. 3, Do. do. 13 0 0 21 years. 1 0 0 5.—No. 9, Do do. 10 16 0 2d years. 1 Q 0 6.—No. 11, Do. do. 13 0 0 21 years. 1 0 0 7.—No. Thomas Street, Carnarvon. 16 0 0 20 yoo.rs. 1 6 3 Lots 8 to 18 in- 8.o. 1, TwtlliD Terrace, Carnarraii. 12 0 0 10 years, elusive are held 9. No. 2, Do. do. 14 0 0 »-reai*. 10.—No, 3, Do. do. 15 0 0 10 years. an 11.—No. 4, Do. do. 13 0 0 10 veare of 10 years, subject 12.-No. 5, Do. do. 13 0 0 10 years. C i, Ground C40 13.—No. 6, Do. de. 14 0 0 10 years, a Tin 'ira. 14.-No. 7, ,Do. do. 17 0% 0 10 r«». 15.—"Cranford East Tw-thill, Carnarvon. 9 2 0 in be offered u separate!v. cnd 16.—No. 2, Turkey Shore, Carsiarvoa. 7 16 0 10 vears. 6 Ground 17.—The Yard, Turkey Shore, Carnarvon. 12 0 0 10 years, T 11 be sr" 18.—No. 1, Little Crown Street, Carnarvon. 6 10 0 10 years, staged time of » S-i 19.—No. 3, Assiheton Terrace, Carnarvon. 12 0 0 26 years. l o o 20.—No. 1, Constantine Terrace. Carnarvon. 15 0 0 23 rears. 0 15 n 21.—No. 2, Do. do. 13- 0 0 23 vears. & 15 Q 29..— No. 3, Do. do. 16 0 0 23 >e*rs. » 23.—No. 4, Do. do. 14 0 0 23 yea-re. Q jfi a 24.—No. 5, Do. do. 16 0 0 23 ve^re 0 lc O 5*5.— No. 6, Do. do. 14 S 0 2S Veais. e 15 0 26.—No. 7, Do. do. 14 6 0 23 vear< n ic /> 27.—No. 8, Do. do. 14 8 0 23 Veaii' -C 15 0 28.—Semi-detached Villa, "BodeudTaf," 23 0 0 23 yeers. 1:0 (j South Koad, Carnarvon. For furtherpartieulars applv to- M. E. NEE. ESQ.. Solicitor. Castle Street. 1 196. Mrs. A. RTCTT-\R.D-THOMAS, Es'r.te Agent. Cas^e Square ■ or the AUCTIONEER, Brunswick Bui'dirgi (Telephone ..Il of C.rvc-n. Parhad ar Tudalen 4, Colofn 3