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^otrI)coming 3aUs* November 16, at Portmadoc, Schooner, Mr J. Parry Jones. November 16, at Edeyrn, Stock, Mr Robert f Jforember 16, at Llannvsf., Stock, Messrs B lack w all; ilayws, and Co. I November 17. at Nevin, Leasehold Property, I Mr Robert Tarry. November 17, at Iv.-vin, Freehold Farm, Mr Robert Parry. + AT, November 19, etc., at Llangefni, Sioac, etc., Mr H. Parrv Jones. I November 19, at Tvhwnti rafon, near Pwllheli, I Stock, Mr J. Parry Jones. November 19, at Talvcafn, Stock, Messrs Ro- bert and Rogers Jones. November 19, at Sarn, Land Letting, Mr ft. I' Parrv. November 20. at Criccieth, Mr J. Parrv Jones, November 21. at Caegwyn Farm, Carnarvon, II Stock, Messrs W. Dew and Son. November 22, at Llangwnadle, Stock. Mr Eg- bert Parry. j November 22, a..t LIa-nrwst., Stock, Messrs Ro- bert and Rogers .Jones. I November 25, at Cvilgwynio*, near Conway, { Stock, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones.. November 24, at N-m, Household Furniture, Mr J. Parry Jones. November 24, at IVaiw, Stock-in-Trade, etc., M Robert Parry. November 24, at Nevin, Freehold Surgery, Mr J. Pa.rrv Jones. I November 2ó,. at Beaumaris, Household Furni- ture, Mr John Pritchard. November 26. at Glandwyfach, near Brynkir, Stock, Mr J. Parry Jones. I' November 26, a.t Meuai Bridge, Yaiia Resi- dence, Me&sr» W. Dew and Son. November 26. at Llangerniew, Household Fur- niture Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. November 26, at* Llairwnda, Stock, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. November 27. at Llanrwst, Freehold Property, Messrs W. Dew and Son. November 27, at Llangybi, Stock., etc., MT Robert Parry. November 27, etc., Horses, Messrs Frans Lloyd and Sons. November 29, at Glan'rafon, Pontrug, Christ- mas Stock, Messrs Henry and Parry and Sons. November <50. at Llandudno, Leasehold and Freehold Properties, Mr John Pritcliard. December 1, at Rhydlanfair, Household Fu.rni- ture, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. December 3, at Chv, ilog, Fat Stock, Mr J. Parry Jone6. December 4, at Carnarvon, Fat Stock, Mr Ro- bert G. Jones. December 5. at Al^na-i Bridge, Fat Stock, Mr John Pritchard. December 6, at Fourcropses Fair, Stock, Mr J. Pa rrs- Jones. December 6-7, at Crewe, Horses. Messrs Henry Man ley and Sons. j December 10. at TaTycafn, Christmas Stock, Mes?ra Robert and Rogers Jones. December 10-11. Christmas Sailes, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. Sales bJ) ^iirtton. By Messrs W. Dew & Son. CLOSE TO THE TOWN OF CARNARVON. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK and OTHER EFFECTS. 0AEG»\YYN FARM. BETHEL ROAD, CARNARVON. MESSRS WILLIAM DEW and SON have been instructed by Mr Crispin (who ie giving up Farming) to offer for SALE by PUB- LIC "AUCTION, at the Farmyard as above, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of November, the whole of the LIVE and DEAD STOCK, comprising t-he Implements, including Reapers; and Mowers, Cake Crushers, Pulpers, Ploughs, Harrows, Dairy Utensils, Qart Gear, a Set of Single Harness, two good Carts and Milk Float. etc. About 50 Sacks of Potatoes The CATTLE, comprising OaLves, Feeding Bullocks and Heifers, and Milch Cows and Heifers. Two Strong CART MARES, a Posting Mare, etc., nine Store Piss, and three open Sows, 39 Lleyn and Welsh Ewes, a quantity of Poultry, Sale to commence at 11.30". Catalogues may be obtained at the Sportsman Hotel, Carnarvon; at Caegwyn Farm, Carnar- voo; or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, at Biangor and Llandudno. 0248* COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. On the Anglesey Side of the Menai Straits, facing South. SALE OF A CHARMING AND RECENTLY RENOVATED VILLA RESIDENCE, Standing in its own grounds, overlooking the Craig-v-Don Park, the Mecnai Straits, and commanding a view of the Carnarvonshire Mountains. CADNANT COTTAGE.. MESSRS W. DEW and SON have been instructed to offer for SALE by PUB- LIC AUCTION, at the. Anglesey Arms Hotel, Menai Bridge, on MONDAY, the 26th day of November, 1906, at 3 o'clock in the after- noon, The above small but very comfortable and snug Villa Residence, private grounds, garden, plantation, stablinsr and: other appurtenances, standing in an excellent and convenient posi- tion, close to the village of Menai Bridge, about one mile from the Railway Station. The villa has recently been enJaried: and fitted up with medern conveniences, it contains an Entrance HaJI, 3 Entertaining Rooms, a large Office, A Bedrooms, a Bathroom, and the usual offices. There is a safe anohorage for yachts and boats cfose to, and river and lake fishing in the vicinity, and very good deep sea fishing in tiie Straits. The Anglesey Harriers hunt. the neighbourhood, and the seaside resort of Beau- maris is about 3 miles, and Bangor with all its oonvecnienoes is about, the same distance away. Particulars and plan may be had of Messrs Birch, Culhmore and Douglas, Solicitors, Chester; at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Rus- sell Square, London or of the Auctioneers at their Offices at Bangor or Llandudno. c24óa. NORTH WALES. CARNARVONSHIRE. In the Lovely VALE OF CONWAY, in the Parish of Maenan (formerly part of Bglwys- fach Parish), midway between Talycafn Sta- tion and the Market Town of Llanrwst, and adjoining to and including a portion of the well-known River Conway. MESSRS WM. DEW and SO> will offer m. for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Victoria Hotel, Llanrwst, on TUESDAY, 27th November, 1906, at Two o'clock in the aftei-P" the Very Desirable and Beautifully- Sit., if J IT EE-HOLD PROPERTY, known as CROiI SFI tvR,DD-LAS FARM AND ABBEY COTTAGE (in one i t, ■ r otherwise), comprising an area of Jyv*. 2c. 2"■ or thereabouts, of Arable, Pas- tTtT and Meaaow Land, with about 20 a,CTe.s, of Wkxxila-nd. < •verlookine and enjoying ex- ceeii" n1 v '°h-1; V: i ^\vs of the Vale of Conway and R', Particulars. and Conditions of Sale may be obtain of Payne, Frodsham. and Bewfe-y. Solicitor*, 9, Harrington Street; of | Mff ;rs" Rlea- H and Sons, Chartered Accountants, 8, i-'enwi'-k Street; of Mr William Thomson, F'.A.T.. 5. Ci-ok Street, all of Liverpool: at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell Square, Londdin, W.C. or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices at H, r, -nr and c2473! —————— JAMES f) RR -jyjARPLE-9 ) 1 (Many /-e^r* Established), ILLUMINATING ARTIST, DESIGNER AND TLLUMINATOR If JRESENT AT T ON ADRESSES To H.M Si?ig FrlwYd VII., H \f Oween Victoria, I J}_Isperial "M^i^ty the German Emperor, HI.3 -4/he S.-wUi of Persia, JI.R. If, ^he Prinze of Wales. JT R.H. tl/* DTIVJ.- nf Edinburgh. &c., ftc. (By fipeWal Appointment), LIVERPOOL & LONDON CHAMBER3. iSXCTIANOE X,rVF_R?OOT„ e700 C '.ARKlvtS I? 41 PILLS are warranted to cure, in tit'aer sex, alt acquired or consti- tr+ional Discharsrf* from Urinary Organs, Gravel, ind Paans in the Back. F:*e fTom j VXr-ury. Established trpwa.rds of 30 years, j Ir i;-jxes If 6-J s-ach, of all Chpmists and Patent MVen'i^r? throiighom the World, or for vxv v" »tajrips by th« Makers, The Lia- | wota sad Mrniu** Drag Co., Laaeoln. Sabs bg Bj Mr John Pritchard. TY M-INVII, BEAUMARIS. Attractive Sale of ANTIQUE and MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects. MR JOHN PRITCHARD is instructed by t<he represen'tatTves of late Mis Risk, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on tne Preiiiits-e- MONDAY, November 26th. 1906, at 11 a.m. prompt, the Entire Contents of the above Residence, comprising the well-made Dining-Room Furniture in Oak, Drawing-Room Furniture in Walnut Wood and. Rosewood, and Library Furniture in Mahogany. A Valu- able Antique Ivingwood Cabinet, riehfy inlaid, iiaudsome Roll Top Mahogany Secretaire Writ- ing Desk, 3 Valuable Oak Chains of the Jacobean Period, Antique Queen Anne Corner Chair, 2 Oak Corner Cupboards, Antique Grandfather Clock with Brass Dial in Oak Case, by Watkin Owen, Llanrwst; a Valuable and Powerful Telescope on Brass Tripod Stand, Medicine Chest and Medical Instruments, a small collection of Old China., Antique Silver, Shemeld Plate and Electro Plate, Jewellery, 3 Silver Medals (Naval), Cut Glass, Bed and %'abl'j Linem, small Library of Books, a Beua- tiful Sp#'imen of Carved Ivory "x;he Lord's Supper, Valuable Timepiece, the contents of the various Bedrooms, Kitchen Requisites, and other Effects. On view Saturday, November 24th, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Catalogues of the Auctioneer, Bodhyfryd, 'u Bangor. c253a Preliminary Announcement. LLANDUDNO. Important Sale of VALU- ABLE PROPERTIES in Caroline Street and Craigydon. MR JOHN PRITCHARD will SELL bv PUBLIC AUGTDON, at the .Manna Hotel, Llandudno, FRIDAY, November 30th, 1906, at 7.30 p.m. Lot 1. The well built and commodious LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE, "Rockwardine," in Caroline Street, in the occupation of Mr Dear- den. Annual Rent, JB47. Ground Rent, £ 7 7s. Unexpired Term about 91 years. Lots 2 and 3. The charmingly situate FREE- HOLD SEMI-DETACHED RESIDENCES, "Elmswood" and '"Rosedene," Romnania Drive, Craigydon, the former in the occupation of C. GreeiiiiaJgh, Esq., at a Rental of £ 42 per annum, and the other at preserut unoccupied, j They are subject to the respective Annual Chief Rent of £ 7 and £ 6. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer, or Mr Wm. Thornton Jones, Solicitor, both of Bangor. c251a MEXAJ BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. "l/fR JOHN PRITCHARD begs to announce [\ I til tat his Twenty-Fifth Great PRIZE FAT STOCK SALE for the Christmas Markets will be held on WEDNESDAY, December 5, 1906. Early Entries are invited, as only a limited number will be accepted. Upwards of J325 in prizes will be offered by the Molassine Co., Messrs Bibby and Son, and by the Auctioneer, Bodhyfiyd, Bangor. c252a By Messrs Henry Parry & Sons. MESSRS HENRY PARRY AND SONS, AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS, GLAN'RAFON, PONTRUG, CARNARVON. SPECIALLY IMPORTANT TO BUTCHERS AND FARMERS. MESSRS HEINlRY PARRY and SONS in- tend holding their SPECIAL GHRIST- MAS SHOW and SALE oi Selected FAT STOCK at their own Farm, GLAN'RAFON, Hialf a mile from Pontruig Station. on THURSDAY, November 29th, 1906, when they will offer the following prizes: — Special Solid Silver Challenge Cup for Best Five Fat BeastB in Sale, from same owner, to won three times in *11. Also Prizes for Best Fat Bullock. Heifer, Cow, Caif, and for best Pen of Welsh Fat W ethers. Also Specials from Hewthorn and Sons, Lon- don; Palatine Oil Mill, Liverpool; R. Silcock and Sons, Poulton-Le-Fylàe; J. Bibby and Sons, Liverpool, all open to their regular cius- tomers, conditions on Catalogue. Entries to hand from the following well- known Feeders: — 4 Prime Fat Heifers and a Pen of Fat Shropshire Wethers, from C. G. Assheton- Smith, Esq., Vaynol Park. 8 Prime Fa.t Bullocks, from Mis Williams, Ty Mawr, Clynnog. Two of above have won lot and 2nd prizes at Pwllheli and Llangefni Shows this summer. Extra good sorts. 14 Prime Fat Hereford Heifers, from D. M. Hughes, Esq., Park, Caersws, Mont. Have been fed all summer. 4 Prime Fat Bullocks, from John Edmund Jones, Esq., Pengwern. 10 Prime Fat Heifers, from Hugh Owen, Esq., Penarth, Clynnog. 4 Prime Fat Bullocks, from Richard Jones, Esq., Brynrhedyn. Two of the above are very good sorts. One of t'hem is a certain London Smithfield winner for next year; "Feeders," don't miss him. 4 Prime Fat Heifers, from R. W. Pritchard, Esq., Coedmarion. 4 Prime Fat Bullocks, from Jolm Jones, Esq., Plas Llanfaglan. 2 Prime Fat Bullocks, from Geo. Owen, Esq., Ty Uchaf. 2 Prime Fat Bullocks and a. Prime Fat Heif- er, from John Daviea, Esq., Muriau. 2 Prime Fat Heifers, from W. M. Roberts, Esq., Rhoodican. A lot of Prime Fa.t Heifers and Bullocks, from Morris Williams, Esq., Foel Farm, Angle- I sey. 2 Prime Fat Bullocks, from W. Jones, Esq., Cefnrhengwrt. Prime Fat Heifers and Cows, from B. Ro- berts, Esq., Ty Mawr. Prime Fat Heifers, from Oliver Edwards, Esq., Ty'nffridd, Bangor. 1 Primie Fat Heifer from D. Jones, Esq., Bryrp retail. 10 Prime Fat Heifers and Cows, from the Auctioneers. Prime Fat Cows, from H. Parry, Esq., Ys- guborgoch, Carnarvon; O. Jones, F-so., Glan- 'rafon, Clynnog; E. Evans, Esq., Maesincla; W. Ethall, Esq., Carnarvon. Prime Fat Wethers, from Messrs Humphreys and Owen, Pontrug; R. Jones, Esq., Dinas Farm; W. M. Roberts, Esq., Rbosdican. Owing to the very brisk trade on Shorthorn Heifers at the last Sale at Glan'rafon, many had to go away without one; but if they come to this Sale they can soon satisfy their wants, because 15 Shorthorn Yearling Heifers will be sold at this Sale. Reds and Roans from South Wales, some in calf and others ready for bull. ENTRIES OF FAT STOCK only taken from outeidters. Enter Early. TO BUTCHERS.—The Auctioneers have paid a pensonal inspection to all the above Stook. No entries taken if Stock not up to their stan- daxd of Christmas Animals. Don't miss this opportunity of getting sorts worth having. Catalogues in due course from Auctioneers, Glan'rafon, Pontrug, Carnarvon. y730 vw Hayman's Balsam Cures COLD & COUGH Unsolicited Testimonial.—" For several years we have been using your wonderful Balsam, and we recommend it to our friends as a most Efficacious Remedy."— Miss HUNTER, Baiham, May 20, 1905. All ChemUts ami Stores. Cash Trices 9^d.» 1/ 2 6. ASK FOR HAYMAN'S — TAKE NO SUBSTITUTI, LETTBRIPRESS PRINTING. HERALD OFFICE, OARNAdWON. LETTERPRESS PRINTING. 'I BAT? KJTuLF-J). —R-CBINE RAT I A}\J POISON kill* om lbs spot. Lea.Tas no tmcH. Mr G. R. Bro* writes: — "Rcdine Lid fxcsll-dat reralts. It killed Thoiaaadi of P.a.s." :Uop and Cat. don't it. Rats Likd It, Eat It, axtd Die. Priae, 6d, Is, 2it, 3«, Porl) 11. T. HARLEY, Chemist, Perth.—s. B, HOSKRTR, Ob«nkti. 0war.rT0a, I Ssus hy J By Messrs Frank Llo> d & Sons. 40 GUINEAS PRIZES. 900 HORSES. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. LAST SALE FOR THE YEAR. FRANK LLOYD and SONS invite Entries for November 27th Harness Horses and Hunters. November 28th Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies. November 29Ui: Waggon, Lurry and Young Horses. Entries close Monday, November 19th. This always ranks as the best Sale of the year. c270a. By Messrs Robert & Rogers Jones. SALES BY MESSRS ROBERT & ROGEIRS JONEIS, LLANRWST, AND PENRHYN ROAD, OOLWYN BAY. Monday, November 19th, 1906. TALYCAFN MART.—Perioddcai Sale of JL 125 Fatt Bullocks, Heifers, Cows and Bulls, 40 Calving Cows, Heifers, and' Store Bullocks and Heifers, 750 Fat Wethers, Ewes, and Lambs. Sb-le at 12 o'clock. c569 Thursday, November 22nd, 1906. BERTHDDU, LLANRWST. — Important JD Sale of the Whole of the Valuable Live and Dead Stock, Farm Produce, etc., compris- ing 35 'Grand Young Crossbred Dairy Cows and Heifers; 50 Strong Bullocks and HeifeTs (WIDe of whiioh are fit for the Butcher); 5 Fat and Stock Bulls; 200 Grand Welsh Wethers; 200 Welsh Breeding Ewes, Walt- shire, Southdown, and Shropshire Rams; 2 Capital Cart Geldings, 5 years old; Active Cob, rising 4 years old Bay Mare Cob, 8 yeans old; 9 Bacon Pigs 2 Breeding Sows about 700 Iiobbetts of Excellent Oats and Wheat (suit- able for seeds) 40 Tons of Wheat and Oat Straw 40 Tons of Prime Clover and Meadow Ha.y; 50 Tons of Mangolds and 6 Acres of Growing Swedes quantity of Modern Farming Implements; excellent Ralli Car and LiverpooJ Gig (both equal to new); the property of Mf John Owen (who is leaving). Sale at 11 o'clock a.m. Usual Credit. Catalogues may be obtained 8 days prior to l Sale. c570a Friday, November 23rd, 1906. I CYLLGWYNION, Near CONWAY. — On the Whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Etc., Etc. The property of Mr Thomas Jones (who is leaving). c571a. Monday, November 26th, 1906. Re Edward .Roberts, Deceased. STAiG HOTEL, LLANGERNIEfW. —On the Whole of the Valuable Antique HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and Effects, including several rare pieces in OLD OAK. Catalogues are being prepared, and may be obtained 7 days prior to Sale. 0572a. Saturday, December 1st, 1906. RIYDLANFAIR Near BETTWSYCOED.— On the Whole of the Modern and Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Particulars in due course. c573a Monday, December 10th, 1906. TAYCAFN MART 13th GREAT CHRIST- _L MAS SHOW and SALE, when J335 in Cash Prizes given by the Auctioneers, also a. Silver Cup and Special Prizes presented by the Palatine Oil Mill Co., will be offered for com- I petition. The present Entries include:—220 Prime II Fat Bullooks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls; 700 Prime Fat Wethers, Ewes and Lambs; 30 Fat Pigs and Calves, specially fed for Christ- I mas Miarkets, and are the property of all the noted feeders in the Vale of Conway and sur- rounding <Ji3trictE. Judging at liO o'clock. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. c574 I By Messrs Blackwall, Hayes and Co. t ] Friday, November 16, 1906. Mr David Pierce, Dyffryn Aur. Annual Sale of Grand Dairy and Store Cattle, Breeding Ewes, Fat Lambs, Cart Colts and Fillies, and Store. Pigs, at CAE'R ORAiG, LLANRWST, where the Stock will be re- moved for convenience of Sale. MESSRS BLACKWALL, HAYES AND 00. are favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at Ca^'r Graig Smithfield (.where the Stock will be removed for the con- venience of Sale), the above date. 25 Splendid Dairy Cows, either with calf at foot or on the eve of calving, 10 Store Bullocks and Heifers, 150 Grand Breeding Ewes, and 70 1 Fat Lambs. 5 Promising Cart Colts and Fillies, 2 and 3 years old. 9 Store Pigs. I Sale at Twelve o'clock p.m. Credit will be given until April 3rd, 1907, on sums of £5 and upwards, upon approved security, or 6d in the £ discount for cash. Auction and Estate Offices, Llanrwst. y788a. I By Mr J. Parry Jones. November 16. SALE of Schooner "Catherine," a.t Port- ma.doc y 352a. Tachwedd 19. TYKW ISM' RLAFQN Ger vwiameha, t Dydd LHATN, 00 o Warttae^ Parod; 5 o Ddynewiid Btetny w 3 oed; Eibol yn codi'ii 4 oed Merlan Gyfebr; 60 o D^efaid 2 Hwch at fa*gu; Rwch a 10 o Berchryll; Ob.a4f Cutter. Hefyd Gosodir rhan o'r Tir. GwertJh- ir rhaa o'r Gwair a'r Green Crop. I ddeohreu 1 o'r gloch. Telerau fel yr hysibysir ar y pryd I y353a OAE BRlYNHffi ARMS, CRICCIETH.-Mae MR J. PARRY JONES wedi ei gyfarwyddo <gan R. R. Jones, Ysw., i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y lIe uohod, Dydd MAWRTH, Tachwedd 20fed, 1906, yr HOLL STOC ar-, dderchog a ganlyn — GWAIITH EG 20 o Fuchod a Heffrod, rhai a lloi wrth eu traed, a'r gweddill yn dwddu, 2 i ddod a lloi at Nadolig, 4 at Glanmai. 2.1 wag 5 o Wartheg Tewion 10 o Fustych dwy- flwydd addawol; 8 i 10 o Warthcg SlioTthorns Rhagorol. DEFAID: 150 o Ddefaid Cymreig, sef I Myllt Ieuainc, yn barod i'r Cigydd. CE.FFYLAU 8 o Geffylau Gwedd ac Ysgafn, 2 o Ponies. Dim eiddo i neb arall i ddod i'r Arwerthiant y tro hwn, 3e y mae yr oil o'r uchod i'w gwerthu allan, gan nad oes gwair kldynt. Yr Auction i ddechreu am 1.30 0''1'' gloch yn brydlon. 'Rhoddir coel gyda meichiafon boddhiaol am y symiau o £ 2 ac uchod hyd Ffair Criccieth, y symiau o £2 ac uchod hyd Ffair Criccieth, I Mai 23ain, 1907. Am ychwane's: o fanylion ymofyner a'1' Ar- werthwr yn Penlan, Penrhyndeudraeth, a'r Farchnadfa Newydd, Pwllheli. y557a November 24. I SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Glan'rafon, Nwin.. y354a. NEVIN. MR J. PARRY JONES will SELL by AUC- TION, at the Nanhoron Arms, Nevm, on SATURDAY, November 24, 1906, at 12 o'clock noon, a FREEHOLD Surgery, Stables, and about one- acre of Land at Nevin. y351a GLANDWTYFACH, Ger BRYNKIR. —Byd d MR J. PARRY JONES yn cynnal AR- WERTHIANT yn y lie uchod. Dydd LLUN, Tachwedd 26ain, 1906. Pawb i an- fon Entries ar unwaith i G. Owen, Glandwy- fach, neu j'r Arwertbwr, Penlan, Penrhyndeu- draeth, a Ph" y350a Monday, December 3, 1906. CHWILOG FAT STOCK SALE. MR J. PARRY JONES has received instruc- tions from Mr J. Plas Jones and others, to offer for SALE, about 20 First-Clasg Fat Cattle also 20 well-fed Lambs. Fortnight keep- ins after Sale. Terms: Cash on delivery.— For further particulars apply Penlan, Penrhyn- deudraeth, and New Market Hall, Pwllheli. y356a Bvdd MR J. PARRY JONES yn GWERTHU ar AUCTION, yn Ffair Fourcrosses, Rhag- fyr 6, 1906. Many lion eto. y558 For good Letterpress PTinting, send to the 1 "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. Sales hlr ) By Messrs Henry Manley & Sons. OREWE. HORSE REPOSITORY. £30 PRIZES. FINAL SALES. FOR 1906. HENRY MANLEY and SONS, Ltd. _t t Dates as follows: — Thursday: December 6th: Light Horses. Friday, December 7th: Heavy Horses. At the recent November SaJes 4 animals bona-fide sold realised D1128 5s, tihe best 10 averaging JB184 lis 6d each. Prize List and Entry Forms on application. Eintries close Wednesday, November 28th. c286a By Mr Robert G. Jones. ARWERTHIANT GWARTHEG TEiWION at y NADOLIG. — Dydd MAWRTH, Rhagfyr 4ydd, 1906. MR ROBERT G. JONES a ddymuna alw sylw at yr uchod. Rhoddir dros Ddeg Guinea a nifer fawr o Wobrwyon ereilJ. 'Bydd y Smithfield wedi cael ei gwneyd i fyny yn y modd mwyaf hwylus, ac Adeilad Helaeth i Werthu ynddo. Dymunir ar i'r Entries gael eu hanfon ar neu cyn Tachwedd 24ain Tower Buildings. Carnarvon. y408a. By Mr H. Parry Jones. THE SMITHFIELD, LLANGEFNI. MR H. PARRY JONES begs to announce the following forthcoming SALES to be held at the above Smithfield:- On MONDAY, November 19th.—Fat Cattle, Sheep, and Lambs. On MONDAY, December 3rd, 1906.—The Great Christmas Fat Show and Sale, when about JB15 will be offered in Prizes. y755a THE SMITHFIELD, TYCROES. MR H. PARIRY JONES begs to announce •the following forthcoming Sales to be held a.t the above Smithfield:- On WEDNESDAY, December 5th, 1906.— The Xmas Fat Show and Sale of Cattle and Sheep, when about JB10 will be given in prizes for Cattle, Sheep, Calves, etc. All Entries to be made a week previous to the Sale. y756a By Messrs E. H. Owen & Son. MOUNT PLEASANT HOTEL, LLANWN- DA, November 26, 1906. y713a CHRISTMAS FAT CATTLE SALES. CARNARVON, TUESDAY, Decemiber 11th, 1906. Lianerchymedd, Monday, Deoem- <ber 10. y715a By Mr Robert Parry. GLASYNYS, EDEYRN.—Mae MR ROBT. PARlRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo gan Mr Robert Williams, yr hwn sydd yn ymadael, i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y lie uohod, Dydd GWENER, Tachwedd 16eg, 1906, yr HOLL STOC, yn cynnwys 3 o Fuchod Godro da; 5 o Ddynewaid; Oatieg Wadd gref 7 oed, hwylus yn mihob gwaith; 8 o Ddefaid banner brid 4 o Fooh atcxres 3 o Erydr Og Ha-iai-n Roller Trol dda Ger Oeffylau; Dog Oart hwylus; yr holll Gielfi Amaathydidioi; Swedes; MaaigoliU, Pytatws, etc. Coel fel yr hysbyeir ar y pryd. Yr Auction i ddechreu am 12 o'r gloch. y64.3a GLANYGORS, EDEYRN. —Mae MR ROBT. PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y lie uoh- od, Dydd GWENBR, Tachwedd 16, 1906, yr HJOLflj STOC, yn cynnwys 2 o Fuchod Godro da, un yn min llo, a'r llall i ddod at ddiwedd JVBawrth; 2 Hiener i ddod a. lloi at Galanmai; Dyniewaid Gwrryw Qiafl Cutter: Scrapper; Pladuriau; Yfi|golion, Pigffyrch; Buddai a Lleetri Llaeili; yr holl Gelfi Amaeitihyddol Pytatws wedi eu pi go mewn sachau; Man- golds Swedes; Eithin dwyflwydd. Coel fel yr hysbysir ar y pryd. Yr Auction i ddechreu am 3 0'11 glocli (neu 111 uniongyrchol atrol SaAe Glasynys). y644a. PARISH OF EDEYRN. MR ROBERT PARRY will offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Nan- boron Arms Hotel, Nevin, on SATURDAY, November 17th, 1906. at 2 o'clock in the after- noon, the FREEHOLD FARM, known as OIL LLJDTAiRT, close to tihe Village of Edeyrn. Tthf" FREEHOLD HOUSE and GARDEN, known as No. 1, Penybryn Terrace, Edeyrn, and several Building Sites. Further particulars may be obtained from Messrs Gwyneddon Davies and Jenkins, Soli- citors, Carnarvon, or the Auctioneer, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. • y637a Under the Order of the Mortgagee. TOWN OF NEVIN.—Sale of HOUSE PRO- I PERTr. MR R. PARRfY is instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Nanhoron Arms Hotel, Nevin, Oft: SATURDAY, Novem- ber 17, 1906, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon .(or immediately after the Sale of Edeyrn Property). subject to conditions then and there read, all that LEASEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE and Premises, situate in High, Street, Nwin, in the preseait occupation of Mr Thomas Davies, Green Grocer, etc. The House is most conveniently situated in the best thoroughfare of the Town. There are 27! years of tiie Dftaso unexpired, subject to ISs 8d Ground, pent. FuætJh-er infonrna/tion may be had from O. Bjotbyns-Owen, Esq., Solicitor, Pwllheli, or from the Auctioneer, 5, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. y64& NANTYRHHNLYN, BRYNMAWR, SARN.— GOSODIAD TIR.—Mae MR R. PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo i osod ar AUCTION, yn y lie uchod, Dydd LLUN, Tachwedd 19, 1906, yr HOLL DIR, yn lotiau cyfleus fdl arferol, pa. un sydid yn llawn gwitaith gyda chloddiau da. a ohysgodol. Telerau arferol. Y Gosodiad i ddechreu am Un o'r gloch. y645.a. CEiFNGWYN, LLANGWNADLE. —Mae MR R. PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo gan Mr J. Jones, i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y Me uchod, Dydd JlAU, Tachwedd 22ain, 1906, yr HOLL STOC a ganlyn, yn cynnwys 5 o Fuchod Godro cyfloion, rhai ohonynt yn min lloi, a'r lleill yn eu profit; 3 Dynewaid Gwr- ryw- campus yn cael en peegu; EOeffer gyflo; Heffer wag; Henier dew; 2 Le Gwrryw a 2 Lo Banyw; Caseg yn codi'n 5 oed, 16 o uchder, dda. iawn Cob 3 oed, 15 o uchder, yn weithiwr campus; Merlen yn codi'n 4 oed, 14.2 o uohder a'i Chyw nifer 0 Ddeifaid Brid Lleyn; Aradr Haiarn; Buddai, etc., et«. Hefyd, yr un adeg, gwerthir LIa-in. Rhydd. ddaliadol, a adnabyddir fel GBYDDYN BACH, mewn safle dymunol. Coel fel yr hyebysir ar y pryd. Yr Auction i ddechreu am 12 o'r gloch. iManylion pellach i'rw gan yr Arwerthwr, 5, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. y642a NEW SHOP, RHIW.—Mac MR ROBERT PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo gan Mr D. R. Jones, i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yIl y He uchod, Dydd SADWRN, Taohwedd 24ain, 1906, holl gymnwys y Shop, sef Groceries, Drapery, Esgidiau, etc., a Dod- refn y Ty. Hefyd gwerthir v SHOP RHYDD- DDALIADOL uchod. Manylion pellach i'w cael gan yr Arwerthwr, 5, Salem Terrace, Pwll- heli. y646a OEFN'RENGAN, LLANGYBIMae MR ROBERT PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo gan Mr Robert Jones, i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y He uchod, Dydd MAWRTH. Tadhwedd 27, 1906, Oeffylau, Cerbydau, etc., etc. yM7a READ THIB. CO RNS: CORNS!! COR-NS I I Positively and Quickly Removed witkemt P..il1, hy t,h.. new Discovert ESSENOE OF HOUSS-LHJH k i THE ONLY INFALLIBLE REMJwH. Am entirely New Preparation, fTef frein CftiMtic, or eny-thiiig cuioiajf i*Tit*t!oa *o vkia. eM tried by many peraom -weli-kn'vsT. 1e the FropTieto^, %ad hm not yet io alfeot a perfect removal of Corm .na Wart*. I ^.cceeds where aU other i>)aad c»r«9ti« t»ve failed, Price 6d Wid 18; sent 1"U port for 7 tmd 11 II Vtampc. S'AMILTON ana JONES. Ohemitii, B»a|»e, 1 J be ftt. A OFFICE to Let. 'Rent £4 a year.—Apply Aston and Son, House Furnishers, Oa-marvon. c650 BANGOR.—Evans' Temperance Hotel, Old JL) London House, High Street. Clean, Comfortable, Moderate. y683 DDIUKA Mrs Jones, Bryngwdion, Clynnog, JLF hysbysu fod ganddi Ie i 20 o Ferlod neu Geffylau am y Gauaf yn Trø Ifan, Mon. Porfa Rhagorol. y795 SHOP 'to Let, in populous district; Rent moderate; suitable for Grocery or other J Business.-4Particulars, Messrs Nee and Gor- don-Roberts, Carnarvon. c634 COLWYN BAY—HOPE BANK DINING and TEAROOMS. Sunday Schools and Parties catered for. Beds; accommodation for Cyclists. Tonrm on applioatiau.—Davies. FPARM RHYDD-DALIADOL Rha/gorol yn, J' ardal Llanae 1 tia-iarn, ar odreu mynydd rhamantus yr IWI, yn agos i brif-fiordd Pwll- heli a Chaernarfon. Mesura oddeutu 100 acer. Tir rhagorol. — Ymofyner B402, "Herald Office, Carnarvon. y799a TO Let, GWYLFA, Segontium Road South, containing 2 large Entertaining- Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Bath and W.C., large Garden at Back.—For particulars applv to Messrs Ellis Jones and Sens, Bangor Street, or of Rev R. D. Rowland, Derwyn, Segantium Road South. y797 EXCELLENT BUSINESS PREMISES in JLJ the finest position, in handsome block of new Shops, opposite the site of the new Station I' at Pwllheli. Splendid Opening for Baker and Confectioner, and also Restaurant. New Patent Two Dicker Oven, and Splendid Bakehouse. 'Good living accommodation.Apply S. Lloyd, Bee Hive, Pwllheli. c619a Co bot Softr. PIANO for Sale, quite new, full trichord, check action, by Glover and Glover, London; listed £ 24, accept £ 16.—Apiply, W. Wild, Jones Sewm-r Machine Co., Abergele Road, Qolwyn Bay. b50a I HORIZONTAL STEAX ENGINE, 6 h.p., JLJL by Ratcliffe, Hawarden; VERTICAL BOILER and Steam Connections. May be seen working by arrangement with Manager, "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. e998a A HOUSE on Sale or to be Lei at Talysarn, Carnarvonshire, close to Nan tile Station, > furnished or unfurnished; 14 Rooms modern conveniences.—Apply to Elizabeth Williams, Smowdon View, Talysarn, near Carnarvon. y632a. FOR Sale, CORRUGATED IRON HOUSE, I 30 feet long, 16 feet wide, divided into 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and' Office; also Tool Shed, 15 feet by 10 feet, and Light Cart.— Apply, Tilbury Contracting Company. Llyn Llydaw, Llanberis. c6453 AR \Verth, CERBYDAU newydd km ac ail- lawv yn cynnwye Waggonettes, Phaetons, Rally Cars, Dogcarts, Governee* Cars, Spring Carts, Lurries, Troliau, etc., yr oil i'w gwerthu am briaiau rheeymol. — Charles Hughes and Sons, Coach Builders, etc., Portmadoc and PwBheli. y592 COED PITCHPINE ar Werth yn loguau I I neu wedi eu llifio yn drawstiau neu byst, etc. Mae'r Coed yn iach, y maent wedi bod mewn gwaith unwaith; gwerthirbargeinion i Fasnachwyr Coed, Adeiladwyr, Ffermwyr, etc. —Ymofyner, Lester, Contractor, Harbour Works, Pwllheli. y681 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS—Every Mother t who values the Health ajid Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthen a the Hair. In Tins, 4¥i and 9d. Postage Id.— Geo. W. Ha-rrison, Chemist, 118, Broad Street, Reading. Agent for Carnarvon: R. Roberts, Bangor Street. Llandudno: J. Winter. Den- bigh: Harrison-Jones ajid Co. St. Asaph: J. Emrya Jones. All Chemists* cll5a I J WANTED SETT MAKERS and ROCK TV BREAKERS at Port Nant Quarries, J Ll4thfaen. y767a. I REGISTRY OFFICE, 120, High 8keet, I JH) Portmadoc. Good Situations on Books for respectable Girl*.—Apply, Mrs Humphreys. Stamp. o450a /I ARDENER seeks Situation, single- vX handed' or head of two; age 35, single; 2^ years' character.—Griffiths, 18, Southbank 2! years' character.—Griffiths, 18, Southbank Road, Southport. c644a SLATE Quarry AGENCY for Lancashire and Cheshire required by Liverpool Quarry Agentt having 20 years' experience.—Apply 638, "Herald," Carnarvon. c638 WANTED, a GERENAL SERVANT, I W able to do plain Cooking and part washing. No young children. Good wages.— Mrs Hughes, From Peg, Mold. c616 ~V7 Eisieu yn ddioed, lie fel HOUSE- JL KEEPER gan ddynes brofiadol, mewn }I teuJu crefyddol, mewn ty preifat.—Ymofyner Y765. "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. y765 W ANTED, Good MINERS, Rock Drill I VV Men preferred. Regular and con. tinuous work.—Apply to the Manager, United Minora Mining Co., Ltd., near Wrexham. I c618 I ANTED, Reliable AGENTS of both sexeB in every town and village in the United Kingdom far tOO sale of Tea. Liberal commission.—Apply Dudley Salt Ltd., Herne Bay- c649& CYNNRYCHIOLWYR Ymroddgar i'r "Pioneer Assurance" yn Porthmadog, j Pwllheli, a'r Cylchoedd. Telerau rhagorol.— Ymofyner a Robert Williams, 36, Chapel Street, Portmadoc. y770a MORTGAGEES.—Yn awr yn barod, ar Dai a Thiroedd yn Mon neu Arfon..6500, 1£850, JB1200, ac JB1600, yn ol 3i.-Ymofyner a Mr William Hugh Owen, Auctioneer and Valuer, Carnarvon. y800 OCEAN LINERS. — Persons desirous be- coming Stewards, Stewardesses, Butch- ers, Bakers, Pantry-men, Engineers, Stokers. Trimmers, forward addressed envelope, Wm. Breakell, Birkdale, Southport. c606a INCOME Tax Returns and Accounts pre- t pared, appeals conducted, and repay- ment obtained of tax overcharged no time should be lost in appealing against over-assess- I ment.—T. R. Roberts, Accountant, Carnarvon. c605a AGENTS. — Old^Establishe d London Firm wants a few energetic Men to sell gooofe wholesale in industrial and agricultural dis- ttnicts. Permanent profitable employment for whole or spare time. High commission; no risk; encouragement given.—Address, Position, 19, Pitchford Street, Stratford, London. c651 YN Eisieu, Amryw CHWARELWYR.— JL Cyfle Rhagorol am Waith.—Y mae geinyf yn y Chwarelau sydd dan fy ngofal yn New- foundland eisieu lluaws o Chwareiwyr nrofiadol i ddod allan i weithio ynddynt. Byddaf yn cychwyn yn fy ol yn bur fuan, a da. fuasai genyf pe gallesid i luaws ddod yr un adeg.— Am bob manylion ymofyner ^g O. J. OWEN,, The Granville, Blaenau Ffestiniog. y790 CYMANFA DDIRWESTOL LLEYN AC EIFIONYDIK YN Eisieu, GORUCHWYLIWR DTRWES- If TOL i r<xldi ei holl amser (oddigerth Sab- bathau) a.m bed war mis yn ystod y Gauaf, i drefnu a chynnal cyfarfodydd trwy gyich y Gymajifa. Atebion yn nodi'r cymwyede^u a'r telerau i'w bs.nfon dan sel erbvn Tiv.-hvedd 23ain, 1906, i'r Ysgrifcavdd, D. WYRE LEWIS, P'ls, Xefyr), y779 .¡; "-¥ | O H -p A P. T o w, •> if a S COACH BUILDER, & "H O'RTUil ATE HOUSS, Norihg&U Urwi, (Late fe-jfxvtc-man Hotel "twi;, CARNARVON. *-Bi' Carriages of trrtsj dMeriptio* lh4!.o, Trimmed, VA<J oa tW Premise* dl7 IPuirltc :mtdings, «!t NOTICE. N. S. L. ArUBLIC MEETING will be held in the A BOYS' SCHOOL, PORTMADOC. at 6 p.m., on FRIDAY, 16th November, by the S. Carnarvonshire Branch of the League. 1.Lr J. E. GRilAVES will preside. A Jx»ndon speaker, Col. STURGES, will illustrate his address with lantern slides. Admission Free aJl are welcome. c629 PIlER PAVILION, LLANDUDNO. — J. The T.I. A. Lecture Committee has en- gaged Lecturers for a Series of Four Lectures to be given in the Pier Pavilion. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1906r MR FitED EiNOCK ("INSECT ARCHITECTS & ENGINEERS.") Chairman, R. S. Chamberlain, Esq. The first, second and fourth Lectures will be illustrated by powerful Oxyhydrogen Lanterns. Prices of Admission are:—1st—Subscribers of 10s 6d will receive One Ticket, and Subscribers of 21s Three Tickets for Numbered Reserved Front Seats for each of the above Lectures. 2nd—Reserved Unnumbered Seats, 5s for the Series. 3rd—Remainder of Pavilion, including Gallery, Is for the Series. All Tickets are Transferable. Doors open at 7.15 p.m. for Ticketholders only. At 7.35 p.m. Single Tickets may be obtained at the doors only should Seats foe then available, the prices in that event only will be —Reserved Seats 2s. others 6d. Children 1111- der 14 years of age will not be admitted except under the charge and absolute control of adults. No reduction is made for children. Each Lecture will commence at 7.45 p.m. Tickets for the whole Series may be obtained through Members of the Commitee, local Shop- keepers, or from the Hon. Secretary, A. J. OLDMAN, 26, Mostyn Street, Llandudno. 1'121 anb Jpcrimfr. CAFWYD LLWDN^gyda nod hollti'r ddTa stwmp o dan. y chwith. Os 11a hawlir cyn Tachwedd 30ain, gwerthir i dalu'r treul- iau.—'Edmund Roberts, Bronmeirioai, Rhyd, LlanfrotJien. y739 I Pomg. LOANS GRANTED ON THEJSE TERMS. JLJ -£5 to £500.-Loan J35, repay, £5 12a bd; loan £10, repay, £11 66; loan £ 20, repay, JE22 IDs; loan £30, repay, JB.35 15s loan je50, repay, JB56 5s; loan £100, repay £112 10s.- Applv W. JACKSON, 70, Plymouth Grove, MANCHESTER. c547a OQA TO £ 5000 ADVANCED by Private Lender on Simple Promissory Notes, No Bills of Sale taken and absolute privacy guaranteed. First letter of application receives prompt attention and intending borrowers are waited upon by a representative who is em- powered to complete transaction on terms mutually arranged, NO CHARGE made unless Business actually completed. SpeciaJ Quotations for Sort Loans. Write in confidence to C. WELLS, Corridor Chambers, Leicester. 63a I CHRdSTMAS COMES BUT ONCE A YEAR. and it's everyone's delight to keep it up. What's that? Got money? Then apply to the British Finance Company, and they will advance as much as you rs^uire without delay. No repayments expected dur- ing the holidays. No office routines. Lowest Interest and Repayments. £ 10—16s monthly £ 20—32s £ 30—45s £ 40—68s £ 50— £ 4 £100-£7. Other amounts proportionately. Monthly payments taken. No sureties or bonds- men. Cash brought to your house and existing loans paid off Immediate attention to appli- cants from this district. Send for prospects —free.—BRITISH FINANCE CO.. 82. Market Street. Manchester. a—e A NY Person requiring Cash Assistance from £ 20 to £ 5000 can be accommodated on their own note in any part of England or Wales at one day's notice, without loan office formalities, and in strict privacy, by applying to me, the actual lender, W. C. A M E R 0 N, 50, Lord Street, Liverpol. Telegrams "Finance." Telephone 1197. y35c30 NO PRELIMINARY FEES. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY In large or small sums (not 1&M than .£10) ON BORROWER'S OWN PROMISSORY NOTE. Established Thirty-five Yearl, and now lending UPWARDS OF JS70,000 ANNUALLY, Prospectuses, terms for advances, or any in- formation desired, will be supplied free of charge on application either personally or by letter to GEOKGE PAY WE & SONS, I, OftiCdOESi ROAD, A b. t L, Established 1870. c&l* THli Cli.A.RINU-GROr}d HA iv, Eat. JL CARDIFF BRA N CE 73, ST. MARYST! Assets, £1,136,249. Liabilities, £796,788. Surplus, £339,461. LOANS of to iJfctRXJ m& ou& &11: <-)&« ai security. TWO-AND-A-HALi" J.'e1' wa* iaWeas *lioi»od oa «/arT«m acoo^iat*. DsposiU of jElO 4-nit spwards Vii ftrma M Kn<d*r 1— 8 p.r.: ceat. per un., to i wwiaihi' .ot.iC$ Jl;t wiMdrawti. « > „ u .»» »» M >. opeciai terrnj tor longer periods. Inter*jw j'ftid ^xtarterly. The Tenii»nAbi« Dt^posvt Boadi p*j eeariy aiiuf per cent., And u* u.1. inreii- of paying L&rg* Dividemdi *0 Shareholders, ire pay fan ratw 01 Lnthreat to our Beipositori, and b, no doing feave earned the poAitios that we sadoubtedly hold ia the Public confidence. W* It are Wea •itabliihed for 26 ye an, ano oar ajtiqius posi- tion ia the Banking World to-d»» testifies to vuooeai of OI7 bmiineaa naetioefs aDd to tii« satisfaction of our cx»tomei-s.—Write or call for Prospcctm, —A WILLIAMS, H. J. TALL. Joi*4 Hanajr«ir). &631 (Established 2887.) T HE NATIONAL LOAN SOCIETY is ex- JL pressly Established aitd Registered pur- euant to Act of Parliament to make Private Advances without Loan Office formalities, to all Classes (Mai or Female), from £10 to £1000, ON SIMPLE WRITTEN PROMISE TO REPAY, for any immediate want: to Start Business, Furnish your House, to Pay Rent or Ratea, or for any Private use. The advance can be paid back by easy instalments, or can remain out from One to Five Years, by paying the Interest only. Having a large Capital always reedy for investment, we can lend quickly and cheaply. Distance no object. Interest and Repayments lowest in England or Wales. The MOTiøy is ad- vanced at Applicant's own House if required, thus saving them the trouble and expense of a journey. Strict privacy and straightforward dealings guaranteed. It will cost you nothing, it will save you pounds by applying either per- aomany or by letter for our Free Prospectus to THE NATIONAL LOAN SOCIETY: 41, Corporation-Street, MAN CHESTER or to car North Wales District Oniee clS9a 11, Bean-Street, BAXGOR. -roon_ h RHOKJMA TAJALIT, g-'ad -:>Yl PTY-T.P^TTK^ *~0 LIMITED. .r ISO STATIONS in Ika 4ic&v iw the- uiniri«i- *3 'n *21 (4; Maffls.spfci's v:1ft r, I TML-L STREET. PONTU1\!DJ;¡ fiOTJTH W li,YØ..TII "!L? .A justness CHRISTMAS BAZAAK ^j_EORGE ENRY J^liK and O., Limited, BASNETT STREET, LIV0RPOOL, will opep On MONDAY Next, the 19th in&t., THEIR ANNUAL SHOW OF CHOICE NOVELTIES and and USEFUL ARTICLES for CKKISTMAS PRESENTS. and NEW YEAR GIFTS. The Display will embrace SILVER WARE ELECTRIC LAMPS ELECTRO PLATE METAL WARE LEATHER WARE CABINET GOODS also JEWELLERY", FANS, UMBRELLAS, I TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, Etc., iu Great Variety. THE NEW LUNCHEON arid TEA ROOM is now open. LUNCHEONS AT-FIXED PRICE AND A LA CARTE. AFTERNOON TEAS: GEORGE irTBNtRY LEE and CO., Limited, BASNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL. .cdO REMOVAL TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES. MRS TVUN LOP ±J OOlSTUMlEBL BJfiREStFORD HOUSE, C3HURCH STREET, °521 CApvAP.yr>"y n W U OBERTkf Lf.. XV BILLPOSTfS. LLANFAIRFBCHAN, Ad Billposting and Distribating PeraMiaNy atteaided to. D WIH J^OBJIA T BILLPOSTKK, M, LLYNDU ROAD. P £ NYOil(J*.fJ. Billpotw.T, Town Crier, iaa Bill lJutribaW- tlirouchomt the dhrtrict* A "O UOHII, • A. XX (Alarek 8-wyrfal^ SLLLJKO^TXR AND TOWN CXRIMR. UjLKBXBia All Billpostimg and Distributing Personally attended to. K, I) IA iVUe, XJ>. J J BiT JjPOSTKR, BELLMAN AND I >TISTNO CONTRACTOR, HIGH "STREET, BLAENAU FESTINIOG. pToprietar of all th6 Billposi-iaig i Stations in the H. G. H UMPH:&J:Y8, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, HOUB. AND ADVERTISING A.O?NT, PORTMADOC. All Auctions and Valuations promptly '1 attended to and aettled. JOSEPH J^OBERTS, 3ROCER AND PROVISION MERCHiNT, 14, POOL STREET, and TWTHILL TEA MART, CARNARVON THE NOTED SHOPS For Fragrant and Delicioms Teas. For Coffee of Exquisite Flavour. For Mild Cured Hami and Bacon, Pale and imoked. For Ripe Gorgonsola, Cheddar and other )i «!)•«. And Butter of th<» choicest quality. Sreadi Supply of Butter and Palethorpe'* 8m- IM«' Tww o8» C. W. DARBISHIRE, BLATE QUAY, CARNARVON, hM beea appointed Agent for THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO. (XRtablidhed 1836). (IIRE & LIFE). Lowe-at term* oo application. Can alao q-aoto terms for insurance ayaiavl Accidents, Burglary, Deatlt Duties. r Farming Stook and Rent injured. 068I TRY IT. TRY n. 00 A L S. I ONE COAL FOR ALL PURPOSES. w THE BURNING WANT OF THE DAY. T HE ALL ROUND COAL 00., 60, OOAL EXCHANGE, LONDON, B.C, Per Too. free in trucks of about 6 to 8 Tooa: — I Carnarvon Station 15 6 Holyhead Station • ► 16. 3 Llandudno Station 15 0 Llanberis Station 16 6 Prioew for other Stataosu on appliication. Tenu: Nett Caah. t D'EUFISOL: PRIS SWLLT. Y TRAETH O DYDD CYLCHGRAWN SAFONOL CYMRU,. SEiFYDiLWYD YN 1844 Gan y. PARCH LEWIS EDWARDS, D.D., 3AIA. ERTHYGLAU GÅN. BRIF YSGRIEENWYR CYMRU. CYNNWYSIAD RHIFYN TACHWEDD. Ymneillduaeth. Gan y Parch T. R. JOIMS. Towyn. CfyfieithiaA Newydd1 o'r Brohrd Malachi. Gan y Parch Edward Evans. Haid Newydd a Ohri Newydd. Cywyddau Edward Morus. Gac Mr Arthur Hughes. Negee y Beirdd, Gan Mr E. Morgan Hughes. "Y Demi Gladd." Gan Mr T. Gwynn-Jdiies. L' Allegro. 11 Penseroeo, I o Baif Bregdchwyr Gan Tecwyn. I Y Gw-eithiwr. Gan Mr Thomas Jones, Moun- I tain Ash. ,i Nc-diiadau Lleiiyddol. Gan AnthrCipos ac e-r- aill. Anfoner pob Archebion i I SWYDDFA'R "HERALD," CAERNARFON^