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forthcoming SaUs* November 23, at <Jy:ig>vymo!i, near Conway, Stock, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. November ^4, at Nera, Household Furniture, Mr J. Parry Jones. November 24, at Rhiw., Stock-in-Trade, etc., M Robert Pariy. JJoveanber 24, at Sevin Freehold Land, etc., Mi- J. Parry Jones. November 26, at Giandwyfach, near Brynkir, Stock, Mr J. Parry Jones. November 26, at Menai Bridge, Villa, Resi- dence, Messrs W. Dew and Won. 1 November 26, at Llangerniew, Household Fur- niture, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. November 26, at Lianwnda, Stock, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. I November 26, at Valley, Fat Stock, Mr H. Parry Jones. November 26-27, at Beaumaris, Household Funuivure, Mr John Pritchiard. f November 27, at Lianrwst, Freehold Property, i Messrs W. Dew and Son. I November 27, at Llangybi, Stock, etc., Mr j Robert Parry. November 27, at Carnarvon. Household Furni- ture, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. November 27, etc., Horses, Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons. November 28 at Llanwnda, Farming Stock, and Sons. November 28 at Llanwnda, Farming Stock, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. November 28, at Bodorgan, Fat Stock, Messrs Hughes and Jones. >. November 29, at Glan'rafon, Pontrug, Christ- mas Stock, Messrs Henry 8000 Parry and Sons. November 30, at Llandudno, Leasehold and Freehold Properties, Mr John Pritchard. 30th, at Conway, Stock, Mr T. W. Griffith. November 30, at Rihydyclafdy, Stock, Mr Ro- bert Parry. November 30, at Deganwy, Freehold Res#- deuces, Mr A. J. Oldmaji. Dec^riber 1, at Rhydlaniair, llerosehold Fxtrtu- ture, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. December 3, at Chwilog, Fat Stock, Mr J. Parry Jones. December 3, at Liangefni, I at Stock, Mr H. Parry Jones. December 4, at Carnarvon, Fat Stock, Mr Ro- bert G. Jones. December 5, at Menai Bridge, Fat Stock, Mr John Pritchard. December 6, at Fourerosses Fair, Stock, Mr J. Parry Jone6. December 6, at Colwyn Bay. Household Furni- ture, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. December 6-7, at Crewe, Horses, Messrs Henry Manley and Sons. December 10, at TaTyca.fn, Christmas Stock, Messrs Robert and Rogers Jones. December 10, a.t Ty Croes, Fat Stock, Mr H. Pa.rry Jones. December 11, a.t Carnarvon, Fat Stook, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. Dfv^mber 12, at Llanerohymedd, Fat Stock, Messrs E. H. Owen and Son. Shortly, at Pwllheli, Farming Stock, etc., Mr J. Parry Jones. Suits bit S&ucttcm. I By Messrs W. Dew & Son. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. On the Anglesey Side of the Menai Stralta, facing South. Pi AT jF. OF A CHARMING AND RECENTLY RENOVATED VILLA RESIDENCE, Standing in its own grounds, overlooking the Craig-y-Don Park, t-he Menai 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, stablincr and other appurtenances, standing in an excellent and cwnventient posi- tion, close to the village of Menai Bridge, about one mile from the Railway Station. I The villa has recenHy been enlarged and fitted up with modern conveniences, it contains an Entrance Hall, 3 Entertaining Rooms, a large Office, 4 Bedrooms, a Bathroom, and the usual offices. There is a safe for yachts and boats close to, and river and lake fishing in the I vicinity, and very good deep sea fishing in the Straits. The Anglesey Harriers hunt the neighbourhood, and the seaside resort of Beau- maris is about 3 miles, and Bangor with all its conveniences is about the same distance away. Particulars and plan may be had of Messrs Birch, CullImore and Douglas, Solicitors, Chester; at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Rus- sell Square, London or of the Auctioneers at their Offices at Bangor or Llandudno. c246a NORTH WALES. CARNARVONSHIRE. In the Lovely VALE OF CONWAY, in the Parish ef Maenan (formerly part of Bglwys- i fach Parish), modway between Talycafn Sta- i tion and the Market Town of Uanrwst, and adjoining to and including a portion of the j well-known River Conway. MESSRS WM. DEW and so> win offer ( for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Victoria Hotel, Llanrwst, on TUESDAY, 27th November, 1906, at Two o'clock in the I afternoon., the Very Desirable and Bea,tttif-aliy- 1 Situated FREEHOLD PRCUFBRTY, known as CROESFFORDD LA S FARM AND AiBBEY COTTAGE I (in one lot, or otherwise), comprising am area I of 55a. 2r. 22p. or thereabouts, of Arable, Pas- I ture and Meadow Land, with about 20 acres of Woodland, overlooking and enjoying ex- | ceedingly charming views of the Vale of Conway and River. Particulars, Plan and Conditions of Sale may be obtain of Messrs Payne, Frodsham. and Bewley, Solicitors, 9, Harrington Street of Messrs Blease and Sons, Chartered Accountants, 8, Fenwick Street; of Mr William Thomson, F.A.I., 5, Cook Street, all of Liverpool: at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell "Square, London, W.C. or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices at Bangor and Llandudno. c247a 'y Messrs E. R. Owen & Son. MOUNT PLEASANT HOTEL, LLANWNDA, MONDAY NEXT, Noveniber 26th at 1 I o'clock. MESSRS E. H. OWEN and SON will con- duct the usual monthly Sale as above. Caah and Credit. y713a 16, BANGOR STREET, CARNARVON., TUESDAY, November 27th, 1906, at 12 noon and 6 in the evening. MESSRS E. H. OWEtN and SON will bold the fourth Sale of HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE, etc., belonging to Mr R. T. Hughes, who is relinquishing business. v716a TY'NYMAJES. LLAZnTVNTDA, WEDNESDAY, j November 28th, 1906, at 1 o'clock. MESSRS E. H. OWEN and SON, in- structed oy Mr Morris, wall SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, the whole of the FARM- ING STOCK, comprising 3 Cows, 1 Fat do., 2 Heifers, Filly, rising 2; 9-year-old Mare; Trap, Cart, Harness, Cha/ff Cutter, Hayrakes, about 8 Tons of Hay. The Land will also be let for 12 months. Teams Cacl1. y717 a. I CHRISTMAS FAT CATTLE SALES. I CARNARVON, TUESDAY, DECEMBER I 11th, I LLANEROHYMEDD, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12th. I A f\ in Prizes, given by Bibby and Sons, Palatine Oil Mill Co., Lake and Co., Ltd., the Auctioneers, etc. Full particulars next week, or may be had previously on a.pplication. y715a. "k'HE GRAPHIC," CONTAIN# every Saturday jQluatratioaa by the beet Artists, of all she current evente of importance, portraits of celebrated persona, and original drawings.—gold by all Book&elLm tfar 6d, or post free S^d, b<w. tho Offiee, '(irwi London. W.O CLARKE'S 3 41 PILLS are warranted to I core, in fcither sex, all acquired or conati- I tmt-ional Discharge from the Urinary Organs, Gravel, ttnd Pains in the Back. Free from Mercury- Established apwards of 30 yeaxa. j In boxes 48 6d each, of in Chemists and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World, or Met for sixty stamps by the Makers, The Lia- wota and Mi<H»*i CtaaiMC Drmg Co., Luwki, Sales hl1 l^nrlion. I By Mr John Pritchard. J TY MAWR, BEAUMARIS. Attractive Sale of ANTIQUE and MODElRN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects. MR JOHN PRITCHARD is instructed by the representatives of the late Mis Risk, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Premises, MONDAY and TUESDAY, November 26th and 27th, 1906, commenoino; -at 11 a. ni. prompt each day, 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 Kingwood Cabinet, richly inlaid, handsome Roll Top Mahogany Secretaire Writ- ing Desk, 3 Valuable Oak Chairs 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, Sheffield Plate and Electro Plate, Jewellery, 3 Silver Medals (Naval), Cut Glass, Bed and! Linen, small Library of Books, a Beua- tiful Sp#jimen of Carved Ivory "The 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. N.,B,—The Jewellery may possabiy be with- dra,wn from the Sale. Catalogues of the Auctioneer, Bodhyfryd, Bangor. c253a LLANDUDNO. Important Sale of VALU- ABLE PROPERTIES in Caroline Street and Craigydon. MR JOHN PRITCHARD will SELL by PUBLIC AUOTDON, at the Miarine Hotel, Llandudno, FRIDAY, November 30th, 1906, at 7.30 p.m. Lot 1. The well built and commodious LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE, "Rockwardine," Caroline Street, in the occupation of. Mr Dear- den. Annual Rent, £ 47. Ground Rent, £ 7 76. Unexpired Term about 91 years. Lots 2 and 3. The charmingly situate FREE- HOLD SEMI-DETACHED RESIDENCES, "Elmswood" and "Rosedene," Roumania Drive, Craigydon, the former in the occupation of C. GreenhaAgh, Esq., at a Rental of £ 42 per annum, and the other at present unoccupied. They are subject to the respective Annual Chief Rent of P,7 and L6. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer, or Mr Wm. Thornton Jones, Solicitor, both of Bangor. c251a MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. MR JOHN PRITCHARD begs to announce that 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 JESS in -prizes will be offered by the Molassine Co., Messrs Bibby and Son, and by the Auctioneer. N.B.-—-No further entries of Sheep can be acceipted. Bodhyfryd. Bangor. c252 By Messrs Henry Parry & Sons. MESSRS HENRY PARRY and SONS, AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS, GLAN'RAFON, PONTRUG, CARNARVON. SPECIALLY IMPORTANT TO BUTCHERS AND FARMERS. MESSRS HBMRY PARiRY and SONS in- tend holding their SPECIAL CHRIST- MAS SHOW and SALE of Selected FAT STOCK at their own Farm, I G LA N'RAFON, Half a. mile from Pontrutg Station, on THURSDAY, November 29th, 1906, when they will offer the following prizes: — I Special Solid Silver Challenge Cup for Be6t Five Fat Beasts in Sale, from same owner, to won three times in all. I Also Prixes for Best Fat Bullock, Heifer, Cow, Caif, and for best Pen of Welsh Fat Wethera. Also Specials from Hewthorn and Sons, Lon- don; Palatine Oil Mill, Liverpool; R. Silcock and Sons, Poulton-Le-Fylde; J. Bibby and Sons, Liverpool, all open to their regular cus- tomers, conditions on Catalogue. I Entries to hand from the following well- known Feeders: 4 Prime Fat Heifers and a Pen of Fat Iz Shropshire Wethers, from C. G. Assheton- Smith, Esq., Vaynol Park. 8 Prime Fa.t Bullocks, from Mrs Williams, Ty Mawr, Clynnog. Two of above have won 1st 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 Jolm Edmund Jones, Esq., Pengwern. 10 Prime Fat Heifers, from Hugh Owen, Esq., Ptenarth, Clynnog. 4 Prime Fat Bullocks, from Richard Jones, I Esq., Brynrhedyn. Two of the above are very good sorts. One of them is a. certain London Smithfield winner for next year; "Feeders," don't miss him. 4 Prime Fat Heifers, from R. W. Prifcohard, Esq., Coedmaarion. 4 Prime Fat Bullocks, from John, Jones, Esq., Flag 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., Rihoedican A lot of Prime Fat Heifers and Bullocks, from Morris Williams, Esq., Foel Farm, Angle- sey. 2 Prime Fat Bullocks, from W. Jones, Esq., Cefnrhengwrt. Prime Fat Heifers and Cows, from R. Ro- berts, Esq., Ty Mawr. Prime Fat Heifers, from Oliver Edwards, Esq., Ty'mffridd, Bangor. j 1 Prime Fat Heifer from D. Jones, Esq., Bryn'refail. j 10 Prime Fat Heifers and Cows, from the Auctioneers. Auctioneers. Prime Fiat Cows, from H. Parry, Esq.. Ys- guborgooh, Carnarvon; O. Jones, E&o., GIan-j 'rafon, Clynnotg; E. Evans, Esq., Maesincla; W. Eihall, Esq.. Carnarvon. Prime Fat Wethers, from Mesaria Humphreys and Owen, Pontrug; R. Jones, Esq., Dinas Farm; W. M. Roberts, Esq., Rhosdican. Owing to the very brisk trade on Shorthorn Heifers at the last Sale at Glan'rafon, many I had to go away without one; but if they come to this Sale they can soon satisfy their wants, because 15 Short Horn 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 j outsa<Jers. EiiteT Early. TO BUTCHERS.—The Auctioneers have paid a personal inspection to all tihe above Stock. No entries taken if Stock not up to their stan- dard of Christmas Animals. Don't miss this opportunity of getting sorts worth having. I Catalogues in due course from Auctioneers, Glan'rafon, Pontrug, Carnarvon. y730 Hayman's Balsam Cures COLD & COUGH Unsolicited Teitimonial.—"For several'years we have been using your wonderful Balsam, and we recommend it to our friends as a most Efficacious Remedy."— Miss HUNTER, Balham, May 20, 1905. All Chemists and Storas. Cash Prices gyd., 1/ 1/8. ASK FOR HAYMAN'S — TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. LETTHRIPRESS PRINTING. HERALD OFFICE, CARNARVON. LETTERPRESS POINTING. D. W. BILLPOfTim, LLANTiLERFECJHAH, Ail Billpostiag and Distributing Personally attended to. hy By Messrs Henry Manley & Sons. OItEWE HORSE REPOSITORY. Last week for making Entries. £30 PRIZES. FINAL SALES FOR 1906. HENRY MANLEY and SON'S, Ltd. Dates as follows — Thursda-y December 6th Light Horses. Friday, December 7th: Heavy Horses. At the recent November Sales 4 animals bona-fide sold realised £1128 5s, the best 10 averaging B184 lis 6d each. Prize List and Entry Forms on application. Entries finally close close on Wednesday Next, November 28th.c289_ By Mr T. W. Griffith. BRYN ABER, MOUNTAIN ROAD, CON- WAY.—'Important to Farmers, Milk Dealers. Hay Merchants, and Others. MR T. W. GRIFFITH is instructed by the Executors Of the late Mr J. Jones, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the Pre- mises, as above, on FRIDAY Next, November 30th, 1906, a Stack of Prime Meadow Hay, comprising aibout 10 Tons; 2 Splendid Dairy Cows in full profit; 3 Splendid Heifers in Calf; 2 Splendid Cows in Calf, and some Sundry Dairy requisites. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. prompt. Fuirther particulars can be had of the Auc- tioneer, Town Hall Chambers, Uantdudno. _a-126a. By Mr J. Parry Jones. November 24. SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Glan'rafon. Nevin. y354a. MORPA NEVIN, PWLLHELI. — Sale of FRiEEHOLD PROPERTY. MR JOHN PARRY JONES is instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at. th« NaJihoron ArnlS, Nevin, on SATURDAY, 24th November, 1906, at 12 o'clock noon, subject to conditions then and there read, all that FREE- HOLD PLOT of GROUND, upon which has been erected a doctor's Surgery and Stables, etc., and containing bv estimation 415 Square Yards, a.nd FOURTEEN PLOTS, suitable for Build- ing purposes, all of which Property was for- merly known by the name of Llain Wen Eithio. For further particulars apply to Mr Alfred Ivor Parry, Solicitor; Mr Watkin W. Jones, Ardhitect, or the Auctioneer, ail of Pwlliheli. y351a. GLANDWYFACH, Ger RRYNKIlR.—Bydd MR J. PARRY JONES yn cynnal AR- WERTHIANT yn y lie uchod. Dvdd LLUN, Tachwedd 26ain, 1906. Pa.wb i an- fon Entries ar unwaith i G. Owen, Glandvvy- fach, neu i'r Arwerthwr, Penlan, Penrhyndeu- draeth. a Phwllheli. y350a CHWILOG FAT STOCK SALE MR J. PARRY JONES has been instructed1 by Mr J. Plas Jones and others, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above place, on MONDAY, Deoemlber 3, 1906, 25 First-Class Fat Cattle 20 Fat Lambs; l30 Fat Wethers. Sale to commence 1 o'clock prompt Terms Cash on Delivery Fortnight's keepina- after Sale. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer, Penlan, Penrhyndeudraeth, and New Mar- ket Hall, Pwllheli. y556a Bydd MR J. PARRY JONES yn GWERTHU ar AUCTION, yn Ffair Four crosses, Rhag- fyr 6, 1906. Manylion eto. y358 Preliminary Announcement. TALCYMERA FARM, PWLLHELI. MR J. PARRY JONES has been instructed' by Seymour Bady, Esq., to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above placo, at ao early date, the Whole of the Valuable FARMING STOCK, Cattle, Horses, She^p, and Implements. Full particulars in due course. For further particulars apply to the Auction- eer, Penlan. penrhyndeooraeth, and New Town Hall. Pwllheli. y350& By Mr Robert Parry. NEW SHOP, RJHW. MR ROBERT PARRY is instructed by Mr D. R. Jones, who is leaving, to SELL iby PUBLIC.AUCTION, on SATURDAY Next, the 24th November, 1906. the whole of the STOCK-(IN-TRADE of Groceries, Drapery, Boots and Shoes, etc., etc. Also the above FREEHOLD SHOP will ba offered for Sale the same day. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, 5, Salem Terrace, Pwllheli. _y646a__ CEFN'RENGAN, LLANGYBL-^Mae MR ROBERT PARRY wedi ei gyfarwyddo ga»n Mr Robert Jones, i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y lie uchod, Dydd MAWRTH, Taohwecfd 27, 1906, Ceffylau, Cerbydau, etc., yn cynnwys 3 o Geffylau yn gweithio Y11 hwylus dau ohonynt mown oed, a'r lLall yn 6 oed, Brake i ^rio 10 o bersonau tu fewn a. 4 syda/r driver, mewn cyflwr dB.; un eto i 3 tu fewn, a dau gyda'r driver, gyda thop i'w thynu a,'¡ rhoddi, mewn cyflwr fh>a,gorol Inside PoefbLng OaIr-, Dor Ceurt cryf, Oa-r Miaorohnad, Lurry dda, Harness eengi a dwbl, Ger "bom a blam, Ohjaff Cutter, etc. Hwch a 10 o Beroh- yll; Hesbin-hwch dorrog. Obai fei yr liyisbysir ar y pryd. Yr Auction l ddechreu am 12 o'r gloch. y647a TY' NSINCRLG, RHYDYOLAFDY". —•Mae MR ROBERT PARIRY wedi ei gyfarwyxJdo gaai Mr Robt. H. Jones, i WERTHU ar AUCTION, yn y lie uohod, Dydd GWENER, Tachwedd 30ain, 1906, yr OOllli SfTOC Riha.g- oroJ, yn qynmwys — GWARTHEG: 10 o Fuchod Godro da, rhai a lloi wrth eu traed, rhai yn min dropio, rhai i ddod yn gynnar yn y Gwanwyn, a.'r g-weddill y-n eu llawn broffit; 4 o Heffrod gwir dda, i ddod a Uoi yn y Gwanwyn; 9 o Ddyn,ewaid( rhai gwrryw a rhai banyw; 2 Ddynewaid Tarw da Lawn, un du ac un broc; 8 o Loi wedi eu rn.3J!U yn dda. CEFFYLAU: Ceffyl rhagorol 4 oed, 16 1 o uchder, yn weithiwr hwylus; Ceffyl gwi: Jda eto, yn oodi'n 4 oed, 15.3 o uchder, ac yn gweithio yn hwylus yn mhob gwaith; 2 eto yn codi'n 3 oed, ac un yn oodi'n ddwyflwydd, da ia.wn; Merlen ragorol 5 oed, 14.2 o uchder. hollol hn-ylue; Merlen 4 oed, 14 o uohder, ac yn gyfebr. DIEFAID: 30 o Fajmogiaid hianner brid, wedi cael Myharen yn gynnar; 11 o Fyllt gweddgar. MOCH Hwch a. 10 o Berehyll, yn barod ti'w diddyfnu; Hwch eto ac 11 o Berohyil. v-n barod i'w diddyfnu Hwch dorrog. OFFBRYNAU Engine Dori Gwai" Amer- ican Rake Oil Engine 2 Horse Power Er^-dr Ogau Scuffler; Gwaitih Corddi; M3.6n Lljb, etc., etc. Mae yr oil o'r Oneryna-u yn hollol newydd, Coed fel yr hysbysir ar y pryd. Yr Auction i ddechreu am 12 o'r gloch. v64& CHWILOG, CARNARVONSHIRE. Preliminary Notice. TO he SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, all that the fully-licensed Hotel, known as "THE MADRYN ARMS HOTEL,'1 Chwilog, together with the Land at- tadhed Full particulars will be announced later. H. C. DAVIES, Penygroes. c656 Solicitor to the Vendor. RSAD THIS. CORNS! CORNS I! CORNS I Positively and Quickly Removed wiifeoai Pain, by the new Discovery. ESHENCB OF HOUSE-LEEK THE .ONLY INFAUJBLE REYEDY A* entirely New Preparation, fre-a bmrt O^uatic, or •nythimg causing irrittTMc to tM H.. bee* tried by m«3y pergoili well-fcn*mn WI t.b. Proprietor, And hM not yet failed 1<.1 ,f!.cl a perfect removal of CorDI and WtrM. gToceeds where all ^their p]**±**r» aad **rc, fftiled. 6d' a:nd 18; teat mt port for 7 11 <'MHM;P* iLA MiLTON Md JONES, CB»«mi*t»f BtffiM. 1 Salts bg ^ixcixoit. By Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons. 700 HORSES. NEXT WEEK. LAST SALES OF THE YEAR. NORTH WTALRS REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. inEANK LLOYD and SON'S will SlEiLL on Tuesday JSext: 200 Hunters and Har- ness Horses. Wednesday Next: 200 Hackneys, Lobs and i Ponies. Thm-sday Nieit-: 300 Heavy, Lurry and.. Young Horses. ►Sale each day at 12. Catalogues ready. c270a By Messrs Hughes and Jones. BODORGAN STATION CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SHOW and SALE.— £ 25 in Prizes. MESSRS HUGfiES and JONES be £ r to an- noumice that 77 Prime Fat Cattle and 65 Ripe Withers and Ewes have already been ent.ed for their SEVENTH ANNUAL SALE, ■which will take place at BODORlGAN STA- TION, on WEDNESDAY, Nloveanbea* 28th, 1906, at 12 noon prompt. Catalogues ready on Thursday, November 22nd, and may be obtained on application to the Auctioneers, Bodorgan and Amlwch. c654a. by Mr Robert G. Jonas. SMITHFIELD, CARNARVON. XMAS SHOW AND SALE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1906. MR ROBT. G. JONES has been promised Entries of Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cow's, and Welsh Wethers by the following weijt known Feede!n30: -Ù!femrs Jno. Jones, Llan- faglen; J. E. Jones, Pengwesrn; D. O. Wil- liamne, Ty Ma.wr; Hugh Owen, Ptenarth; W. M. Roberts, Rhosdican; John Da vies, Muriau; Geo. Brymer, Tyddyn El en; A. Wynn Wil- liaans, Ikxlwyn; W. Brocklebank, Parkia; R. W. Pritchard, Coedmarion; E. Davies, Menai Inn; Morris Williams, Voel Farm; EH1-s Owen. Hafodty Newydd; Wm. Owen, Plas Bont; W. Williams, Penybryn; W. Evans, Rihyddallt; George Owen, Ty Uohaf, etc., etc. Entries close on Saturday Next. Tower Buildings, Ca;r:na.rvon. y408a By Mr A. J. Oldman. DEiGANWIY, N.W.—To Capitalists, Investors, and) Others. AJ. OLD MAN has been instructed to SE1LL by AUCTION, at the Castle Hotel, Deganwy, on FRIDAY, November 30th, 1906, at 7.45 p.m. (subject to conditions to be tfaen and there produced and read), all those Two Valuable FREEHOLD RESIDENCES, JBnown as 7 and 8, GLEFTON VILLAS, situate in Stamford Road (midway between Deganwy and Tywyn Postal Offices), Deganwy, in the (PiajTjsih of Llaninhos, in the Administrative 'Boundary of the Borough of Conway. The Property occupies a unique position, TXJssessdmg aplemdlid views of the sea, Anglesey and the Carnarvonshire Mountains. Each has the fol- lowing accommodation:—Ground Floor: En- trance Hall, Sitting-Room, Kitchen, Scullery, plantry, Larder. First Floor: Sitting-Room, Three Bedrooms, Batohiroom and W.C. Second Floor: Two Bedrooms. Outside: Coalhouee, W.C., Yard and Garden; also Greenhouse at rear pf No. 8. The Tenure is Freehold abso- lutely, and each well tenanted. The Auc- tioneer has gireat confidence in recommending the Property as an investment or speculation, whilst tilite condition is all that could be de- sired. FWtlier particulars obtainable from the Auctioneer, 26, Mostyn Street, and Messrs Ohtamberlaia and Joklrason, Solicitors, iLlan- I. dudfro, r!25 By Mr H. Parry JonP:8. I THE SMITHFIELD, TY OROES. IMPORTANT NOTICE. THE CHRIOTMlAfi FAT SALE will take place in the above Smithfield, on MON- DAY, December 10th, and not on Wednesday, December 5th, as previously advertised. All Entries to be sent in a week previous to the Sale. H. PARRY JONES, Auctioneer. Holyhead. y756& FORTHOOMENiG SALES BY M H. PARRY JONES. VALLEY STATION, ANGLESEY, On MONDtAY, November 26tih, 1906. THE CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE of I JL Cattle, Shieep, etc. Included in the en- tries for this Sale aj-e some Prime Cattle by the Right Hon. Lord Stanley of Alderley, R. J. Gardner, Eisq., D. Lloyd, Esq., Teflasg; Mr Owen, Ty Hen, and several other weli-known feeders. Entries to be sent to the Auctioneer a week previous to the Sale. Sale to oommenoe a.t 11 a.m. prompt. y826a THE SMITHFTELD, LLANQEFNI. On MONDAY, December 3rd, 1906. T BE GREAT ANNUAL CHRISTMAS FAT STOCK SALE and SHOW, when the following prises will be offered.—By the Auc- tioneer — For the best Rutafoers' Bullock sold at tihe Saie, First, 20s, Second, 10s; for tihe best Butclvers' BuLloak under two years odd, do., First, 15e, Second, 5s; for the best Butahere' First, 15e, Second, 5s; for the best Butahere' Bull, do., Hie, Second, 5s; far the best Butchers' Heifer, do., 20s, Second, 10s; for the best Butohere' Cow, do., First, 16s, Second, 5s for the best Pen of 5 Fa.t Ewee, do., First, 158. Second, 5s; for the best Pen of 5 Fat Withers, do., First, 15s, Second, 5s • for the best Fa.t Calf, do., First, 10s, Second, 5s; to the buyer of the highest Priced Beast in the Cattle Section, do., First, 20s; to the buyer of the highest Priced Pen of Sheep, do., 10s; Champion Prize for the best Beast of any sex in the Cattle Section. Prize, a. Solidi Silver Cup. By Messrs Silcock and Sons, Liverpool (agent, Mr Evans, Penyrorsedd, Gaarwen):— For the best Fat Cow or Heifer fed. on their Cakes, Ftirst, £:1 Is; for the beat Fat Bull or Bullock fed on their Cakes, First, £1 Is. By the Palatine Oil Co., Liverpool (agent, Mr T. H. Owen. Liverpool): —For the best Fat Bullock or Heifer fed on their Cakes, First', Silver Plated Challenge Cup; for the best Fait Cow fed on their Cakes, First, Silver Plated Challenge Cwp. Only Buyers of 10 owt. after the 1st September last are eligible to com- pete for these Prizes. By Meesra J. Bibbv and Sons, Liverpool I (agent, Messrs G. B. Thomas and Son, Carnar- von) ;—For the best Fat Bullock fed on Bibby Cake, First, 21s; Second, 10s 6d: for the best Cow or Heifer fed on Bibby Cake, First, 21s, Second. 10s 6d. Conditions:—1. Competitors muist be regular buyers, and must have taken not Less than 2 tons Cake or Meal during the 3 months prior to the Show. 2. Any animal entered to compete for any othter Special Cake Prize shall not be eligible to compete for the above Prizes. 3. Unless there at least three Competitors no prize will be given. By the Molassine Meal Co., Ltd. (agent, Mr William Price) :—For the best Butchers' Bul- lock fed on Molassine Meal, First, 15s, Second, 56; for the best Butcher's' Heifer, do., First, 15s, Second, 5s; for the beet Butchers' Cow, Ido., First, 15s, Second, 5s; for the best Butch- ers' Bull, do., First, 10s, Second, 5s; for the best Pen of 5 Ewes, do., First, 10s, Second, 5s for the best Pen of 5 Wethero, do., First, 10s, Second. 5s. No Competitor is allowed to enter for more tlhan one Cake or Feeding Prize with the same Beast. All Winners of Prizes must be bona-fide sold at the Sale. j. Entries to be made on or before Monday, November 26th, 1906. y755a. TIRED MEN.-When you are tired of taking _t_ mysterious prescriptions and weary of wearing Electric Belts, write to me, and I will 6end you a Book which shows how every man, vounc and old may be Quickly and Thoroughly Cured of NERVOUSNESS. EXHAUSTION, VARICOCELE, and DEBILITY, from any cause whatever, WITHOUT STOMACH MEM- r'TNE or ELECTRICITY. Hundreds of Cures. Book sent sealed, post free, Two Sta.mps:-A. J. LEIGH, 92 and 93, Great Russell-street, London, W.C. Twenty years' successful re- suite. c79 jsuLcs IjJT JllttttOlT. I By Messrs Robert & Rogers Jones. SALES BY MESSRS ROBERT & ROGERS JONES, IfL LLANRWST, AND PBNRHYN ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Monday, November 26th, 1906. Re Edward Roberts, Deceased. STAG HOTEL, LLANGERNIEW. The "whole of Valuable ANTIQUE FURNI- TURE. Chiefly comprising:—Large Old Oak Dresser, Old Oak Panelled Settle. Old Oak Gate-leg Taibles, Excellent Old Oak Carved and Panelled Jacobean Ami Chairs, Old Oak 3 Corner Arm Chair, High Back Single Chains, Oak Chest of Drawers, Oak Tables, Old Oak Wardrobe, Several Pieces of Old Willow Pat- tern Plates and Disihes, and other Crockery, SevemJ Pieces of Old Brasses, Maliogany Din- ing-lRoom Suites Upholstered in Leather and Hlair, Mahogany Clietfonier, Oak Glazed Cup- board, Mahogany Sheraton Arm Chair, Old Spinets, Handsome Mahogany Duchess Dressing Tables, with Marble Top Washstande to matdh, Looking Glasses, Handsome Black a.nd Brass Bedsteads with Wire Mattresses, Feather Beds, Hair and Wool Mattresses, Toilet Wares, Spacious Hanging Wardrobe, Good Carpets and linoleums, and all other Bedroom requis- ites, together with the Culinary Utensils, alfg a Good Tumbrel Carts and Frame with other Outdoor Effects. Sale at 12 o'clock noon Outdoor Effects. Sale at 12 o'clock noon prompt. Catalogues on application. c572a Saturday, Decemiber 1st, 1906. Re E. Jones Williams, Deceased, T> HYDiLANFAIR, midway between Bettws- JLt ycoed and Pentrefoelas. Important Sale of Modern and Antique HOUSEHOLD FUR. NITURE. Comprising: -Excellent Old Oak Cwpwrdd Tri-dlarn, Old Oak Cupboard with Canopy Top, Several Old Oak High Back Chairs, Two Fine Grandfather's Clocks with Brass Dials, Splendid Old Oak Wardrobe, 26 Old: Pewter Plates and Dishes, Several Old I Brasses and Copper articles, Several Pieces of Olid China, Elteptmo>-Plated Goods, Light Otak inlaid Dresser, Light Oak inlaid Book- case with Cupboards beneath, Roll-Top Desk, Pedestal Waiting- Table, Drawing-room Suite, Pianoforte, Cheffonier, Pierglasses, Handsome Black and Brass Bedsteads, Mah)o<iany and other Bedroom Suites, substantially-built Oak | Wardrobe, splendid Maihogany Chest of Draw- ers, and all other Bedroom Fruniture, together with the contents of the Domestic Offices, j Dairy Utensils, and other effects too numerous to insert. Sale at 12 o'look noon prompt. Catalogues on application. c573a Thursday, December 6th, 1906. TYN'RHYN, MARINE ROAD, COLWYN BAY.—Sale of the whole of the sub- stantial HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, in- cluding the of 4 Entertaining-rooms, Hall, Staircases, 9 Bedrooms, Kitchen, etc., and comprising several pieces in OLd Oak and Ma- Wogany, Brasses, Eilectro-,Pl&te, China, etc., etc., the property of the Misses Hughes, w'ho are leaving. Sale at 12 o'clock. On view day prior to Sal A. Catalogues, can be obtained on application to the Auctioneers. c575a Monday, December 10th, 1906. TAYCAFN MART 15th GREAT CHRIST- MAS SHOW and SALE, when JB55 in Cash Prizes given by the Auctioneers, also a Silver Cup and Special Prizes presented by the I Palatine Oil Mill Co., will be offered for com- petition. The present Entries include: -220 Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls; 700 Prime Fat Wethers, Ewes and Lambs; 30 Fat Pigs and Calves, specially fed for Christ- mas Markets, and are the pToperty of all the noted feeders in the Vale of Conway and sur- rounding (fiatricts. Judging at 10 o'clock. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. c574 maufth. WANTED SETT MAKERS and ROCK BREAKERS at Port Nant Quarries, Llithfaen. y767a TO CUTTERS'.—Wanted for a. Shop in the JL country, in the quarry district.—Apply to X 806, Office of this paper. y800a. I REGISTRY OFFICE, 120, High STREET, j Boirtn»doc. Good. SUt/uon Book. for respectable Girli.—Apply, Mrs Humphreys. Stamp. c450a. DRAPERY.—Yn Eieieu, Gtemeth leuanc fed APPRENTICE yn y Fancies.—Ymofyn- er a Pierce and Williams, Yr Afr Aur, Caer- narfon. y825 DRAPERY.—Wan/ted, Young Lady for the JL7 SALES; live out.—Apply, full particu- lars at once to Box 174, "Herald" Office, Car- narvon. y827a GARDENER seeks Situation, single- handed or head of two; age 35, single; 24 yeans' cha.mcter.-Griffiths, 18, Southbank Road, Southport. c644a. SLATE Quarry AGENCY for Lancashire and Cheshire required by Liverpool Quarry Agent having 20 years' experience.—Apply 638, "Herald," Carnarvon. c638 WANTED, Reliable AGENTS of both VV sexes in every town and village in the United Kingdom for the sale of Tea.. Liberal j commission.—Apply Dudiey Salt Ltd., Heme I Bay. c649a CYNNRYCHIOLWYR Ymroddgar i'r "Pioneer Assurance" yn Porthmadog, Pwllheli, a'r Cylchoedd. Teierau rhagorol.— Ymofyner a Robert Williams, 36, Chapel Street, Portmadoc. y770a OOEAN LINERS. — Persons desirous be- coming Stewards, Stewardesses, Butch- II ers, Bakers, Pantry-men, Engineers, Stokers. Trimmers, forward addressed envelope, Wm. Breakell, Biirkdale, Southport. 0006a. INCOME Tax Returns and Accounts pre- I JL pared, appeals conducted, and repay- ment obtained of tax overcharged; no time should be lost in appealing against over-assess- ment.—T. R. Roberts, Accountant, Carnarvon. c605a ) WANTED, a SERVANT, able to wash and to do plain cooking: must be honest and cleanly. JB15. Small family (Nonconform- ist minister). Send, stating particulars, Mrs: "X," c/o 804, "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. y80% I AGENTS. — Ota-Establishe d London Firm I wante a few energetic Man to sell gcxxfe wholesale in industrial and agricultural dis- tmicts. Permanent profitable employment for whole or spare time. High commission; no1 risk; encouragement given.—^Address, Position, I 19, Pitchford Street, Stratford, London. c65l YN Easieu, Amryw CHWARELWYH.— JL Cyfle Rhagorol am Waith.—Y mae genyf yn y Chwarelau sydd dan fy ngofal yn New- I foundland eisieu lluaws o Chwarelwyr nrofiadol I i ddod allan i weithio ynddynt. Byddaf yn I cyohwyn yn fy ol Y11 bur fuan, a da. fuasai genyf pe gallesid i luaws ddod yr un adeg.— Am bob manylion ymofyner ag O. J. OWEN, The Granville, Blaenau Ffestiniog. y790 CYMANFA DDIRWESTOL LLEYN AC EIFIONYDD. YN Eisieu, GORUCHWYLIWR DIRWES- JL TOL i rodda ei holl amser (oddiigerth &bt- bathau) a.m bedwar' mis yn ystod y Gauaf, i drefnu a chynnal cyfarfodydd trwy gylch y Gymanfa. Atebion yn nodi'r cymwysderau a'r telerau i'w hanfon dan eel erbyn Tachwedd 23ain, 1906, i'r Ysgrifenydd, D. WYRE I LEWIS, Plas, Nefyn. y779 j JOHU BARTON, COACH BUILD BR, &o., «ORTHGATE HOUSE, NorlÍhgltt. &4r«M. (Jd.t4 Sportsman Hotel Yard), CARNARVON. Wkooli *jjd C*rri»ge» of y description 11-«.. Repaired, Trimmed, uid Painted Premitet. *'W? 1 i U \t RATS KILLED. —RODINE RAT 11"JV/ POISON kill, oa the »pot. Learet no amell. Mr G. R. Browa writes: — "Rodire kad excellemt renlt.. It killed Thowaad* of Rat8." Do-g* and Cata don't eat it. Rittt Like It, Eat jft, and Die. Price, 6d, 1., ts, :!«,<•; Powt, .1. T. HARLEY, I Cliieinbt, Perth.—i|«ii r B. jtOI/SBTS. QWmiit. OaopsnrrOft^ < Co bt Jtt. TO Let, 6, High Street, Carnarvon.—Apply, Mr R. D. Williams, Porth, yr Aur, Car- narvon. c655 OFFICE to Let. Rent £4 a. year.-Apply Aston and Son, House Furnishers, Carnarvon. c650 HOP to Let, in populous district; Rent moderate; suitable for Grocery or other Business.—Particulars, Messrs Nee and Gor- don-Roberts, Carnarvon. c634 OLWYN BAY.—HOPE BANK DINING and TEAROOMS. Sunday Schools and Parties catered for. Beds accommodation « for Cyclists. Torrna on application.—Davies. 1 FFARM RHYDD-DALIADOL Rhagorol yn Jf ardal Llanaelhaiarn, ar odreu mynydd rhamantus yr Eifl, yn agos i brif-ffordd Pwll. heli a Cbaernarfon. Mesura oddeutu 100 acer. Tir rliagorol. — Ymofyner B402, "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. y799a TO Let, GWYLFA, Segontium Road South, containing 2 large Entertaining Rooms, 4 Bed-rooms, Bath and W.C., large Garden at Back.—For particulars applv to Messrs Ellis Jones and s'ns, Bangor Street, or of Rev R. D. Rowland, Derwyn, Segontium Boad South. y797 EXCELLENT BUSINESS PREMISES in fj the finest position, in handsome block of new Shops, oppoejte the site of the new Station at Pwllheli. Splendid opening far Baker and Confectioner, a.nd also Restaurant. New Patent Two Dicker Oven, and Splendid Bakehouse. 'Good living accommodatiioo.-Apply S. Lloyd, Bee Hive, Pwllheli. c619a. Co bt Solh. AR Werth, HARiMONIUM, mewn cyflwr da, pris isel iawn.—Ymofyner a Y824, "Herald" Office, Carnarvon. y824 FOR Sale.—TWO HOUSES for Sale a.t St. Mary's Road, and at Craigydon (Free- hold), Llandudno.—Apply to Mrs S. A Roberts, Plas Maelgwyn, Llandudno. rl27a PIANO for Sale, quite new, full trichord, JJL check action, by Glover and Gilover, London; listed £24, accept £ 16.—Apply, W. Wild, Jones Sewing Machine Co., Abergele Road, Colwyn Bay. b5Oa. HORIZONTAL STEAM ENGINE, 6 h.p., by Rateliffe, H&warden; VERTICAL BOILER and Steam Connections. May be seen working by arrangement with Manager, "Herald" Office. Carnarvon.998a A HOUSE on Sale or to be Le% at Taly&arn, Carnarvonshire, clooe to Nantlle Station, furnished or unfurnished; 14 Rooms modem conveniences.—Apply to Elizabeth Williams, Snowdon View, Talysarn, Bear Carnarvon. y63aa. FOR Sale, CORRUGATED LRON HOUSE, 30 feet long, 16 feet wide, divided into 3 Bedrooms, Kitchen, and Office; also Tool Shed, 15 feet by 10 feet, aaid Light Cart.— Apply, Tilbury Contracting Company. Uyn Llydaw, Uanberie. rtM5y822 AR Werth, CERBYDAU newyddion ac ail- law, yn cynnwyfl Waggonettes, Phaetons, Rally Cars, Dogcarts, Governess Cars, Spring Carts, Lurries, Troliau, etc., yr oil i'w gwerthn am briaiau rheeymol. — Charles Hughes and Sons, Coach Builders, etc., Portmadoc and P^Mheli. y592 COED PITCHPINE ar Werth yn logiau neu wedi eu llifio yn drawstiau neu byst, etc. Mae'r Coed yn iach, y maent wedi bod mewn gwaith unwaith gwerthir bargeinion i Fasnachwyr Coed, Adeiladwyr, Ffermwyr, etc. —Ymofyner, Lester, Contractor, Harbour Works, Pwllheli. y681 IMPORTANT TO MOTHERS.—Every Mother JL who values tee Hea-lthand Cleanliness of her Child should use HARRISON'S "RELIABLE" NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies and strengthens the Hair. In Tins, 4 £ d and 9d. Postage Id.— Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118, Broad Street Reading. Agent for Carnarvon R. Roberlt;, Bangor Street. Llandudno: J. Winter. Den- high: Harrison-Jones and Co. St. Asatpih- J Emrys Jones. All Chamists. c115a ALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEETS all warranted sound, 3ft., 8dt; 4ft., lid-' 6ft., Is ad; 6ft., 1. 4d 7ft., 18 6d; 8ft., 18 9d; 9ft., 2s; 10ft., 28 3d each. Ridging, 3d per foot; Spouting, 3^d per foot—Butler, Bell YVorks, Wolverhampton. Established 1828. I> ARBED FENCING WIRE, m *cwt. reils, JJ 224 yards, 6s 6d p«r reel; plain gaJvan- iBed wire, in lewt. bundles, 700yds., 10s per cwt.; wrought iron standards, lis each. Butler, Beil Works, Wolverhampton. Estab- lished 1828. EOOFING FELT, 2s lOd, 4s, 5s, per roll of 25 yards; Black Varnish, 81bs. for Is; Red Oxide Paint, 71bB. for Is 6d, including tin; Wire Nails, 10s 6d, Cut Nails, 108 per cwt.—Butler, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. c565a OAMJBRiIAN RAILWAYS OOMP AiNY. TO be Sold! J>y Private Treaty, the 6everaJ Stacks of well-(harvested HAY, of the growth of 1906, standing at the under-men- tioned Stations on tihe Cambrian Railways, and estimated to contain the respective Quantities more or less also UJIldermootionedl: — Fenn's Bank, 7! tons; BettisfieLd. 3 tons: Elleamere No. 1, 5! tons; Ellesmere No. 2, 3! tons; Overton-on-Dee, 4! tons; Bangor-on-Dee, 7^ tons; Marchweil, 5 tons; Wihit- tington, 3 tons; Llywclys, 3 tons; Pont Rhyd, Meredith (Nantmaiwr Branch), 4A tons; Manymynech, 2i tons; LlansantfEraid No. 1, 2! tons; iJansantffraid No. 2, 3 tons; Llan- fyUiin, If tons; Four Crosses No. 1, 3 tons; Four Crosses No. 2, 3! tons; Pool Quay No. 1, 21 tons; Pool Quay No. 2, 4i tons; Welslhpool, 7* tons; Montgomery No. 1, 2 tons Montgom- ery No. 2, 1| tons; Abermule, 6* tons; Kerry, 3^ tons; Newtown, tons; Llanidloes, 7| tons; St. Harmons, 3| tons; Doldowlod, 6| toris Builfh wells, 31 tons; Aberedw, 31 tons; Bougihrood, 5 tons; Talgarth, 81 tons: Cajer- sws, 3! tons; Llanbrynmair, 2! tons; Cemmes Road, 3 tons; G<liandiylfi No. 1, 4i tons: Gdan- dyfi No. 2, 4* tons; Ynyslas, 3! tons; Borth, 63 tons (Bow Street, 5i tons Towyn, tons, r Llwyngwril, 9 tons; Barmouth Junction, 4 tons Penmaenpool, 3! tons Dyffryn, ps ton« • Llanbedr and Petnearn, 3|ttonis; Harlech, 7 tons; Talsarnau, 6! tons; Portmadoc, 2! tons; Criooieth, 6 tona; Abererch, l\.1 tons. For further particulars, and to treat, apply to S. WILLIAMSON. Secretary. Oswestry, November, 1906. TRY IT. TRY IT. COALS. ONE COAL FOR ALL PURPOSES. THE BURNING WANT OF THE DAY. T HE ALL-ROUND COAL CO., 60, COAL EXCHANGE, LONDON, E.C. Per Ton free m trucks of about 6 to 8 TOile: — Carnarvon Station 15 6 Holyhead Station 16 3 Llandudno Station 15 0 Llanberis Station 16 6 Prices for other Stations on application. Terms Nett Cuh. c514 jL> q.. AUCTIUNKER. VALUER, HOU8K AND ABVKK'NSIW 4G«'NT. PORTMADDO. All Auctions and Valuations promptly attended to and settled. i ^Business ¿\,bhrt'sses. CHRISTMAS BAZAAR GEORGE JJENRY LEE and Co., Limited, BASNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL. are now making THEIiR ANNUAL SHOW OF CHOICE NOVELTIES and USEFUL ARTICLES for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS and NEW YEAR GIFTS. The Display will embrace SILVER WARE ELECTRIC LAMPS ELECTRO PLATE METAL WARE LEATHER WARE CABINET GOODS also JEWELLERY, FANS, UMBiRiELLAS. TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, Etc., in Great Variety. THE NEW LUNCHEON and TEA ROOM is now open. LUNCHEONS AT FIXED PRICE AND A LA CARTE. AFTERNOON TEAS. I GrEORIGE JJENB.Y LEE and CO.. Limited, BASNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL. c45 REMOVAL TO MORE COMMODIOUS PREMISES. MRS TkUNLOP, XJ COSTUMIER. BEItESFORD HOUSE, CHURCH STREET, c521 CARVA R.VON. Established 1864. w ILLL^iM JOHN pARRY, F.C.A., Chartered Accounta.nt, Estate Agent Auditor, Rent and Debt Collector. Offices: Coetmor Yard, Bethesda, and 7, Market Street, Carnarvon. The winding up of Public and Private Com- panies, and Partnership and Private Businesa undertaken. Arrangements with Creditors carried through (under Assignments. Rentr, and Book Debit; collected. J Tradesmen's Books and Branch Shop Ao- counts posted up and Audited. The Auditing and Investigating of the Ac- counts of Public Bodies, Building Societies, and Private Concerns undertaken. All kinds of Insurances effected. < Loans negotiated on Mortgage of Freehold and Leasehold Properties, and Personal Se- eurity, etc., etc. The Management of Sale of all kinds of Pro- perties undertaken. Agent to the following Shipping Compan* ies: — The Union Castle, The Royal Mail, The White Star, The Allan, The Dominion, The American, The Canadian Pacific Railway. All Accounts rendered and settled Monthly, on the 15th of the following month. C. W. T> ARBISHIRE, SLATE QUAY, CARNARVON, haa beea appointed Agent for THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE CO. (Established 1836). ¡ (I I R E A LIFE). Lowest terms on applicatioa. Can alio qvoto terms for insurance a^aiott Aceidenti, Burglary, Death Duties. Tanning Stook and Rent inonred. c681 JOSEPH BERTS, ) GROCER AND PROVISION MERCH tNT, I 14, POOL STREET, and TWTHILL TEA ,MART, I CARNARVON THE NOTED SHOPS. II For Fragrant and Delicious Teaw. For Coffee of Exquisite Flavour. For Mild Cured Rami and Bacon, Pale and hnoked. For Ripe Gorgonsola, Cheddar and other ket««. And Butter of lh<* choicest quality. /retk Supply or Butter and Paletihorpe'a 8311- a»ge" Twice Weekly. cI9 ¡ i It is said that Marconi win soon I Get in touch with the Man in the Moon, I And between you and me, Hia first message will be: "That delicious drink, 'Stym,' is a boon 1" 8 T V M ? THE GENUINE WHEATLEY'S HOP BITTERS I' SHEFFIELD. II Of Bottlers Refreshment Houaee, and Licensed Traders everywhere. JAMEB ORB jyjARPLBS I (Many yean Established), ILLUMINATING ARTIST, DESIGNER AND ILLUMINATOR of PRESENTATION ADRESSES To H.M. King Edward VII., H.M. QueD Victoria, Hit Imperial Majeety the German Emperor, H.I.H. the Shall of Petrai*, H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, H.R.H. tlw Duke of Edinburgh, fcc., ke. I (By Special Appointment). ¡ 16, LIVERPOOL A LONDON CHAMBERS, I EXCHANGE, LIVERPOOL. e7M DEUFISOL: PRIS SWLLT. Y TRAETHODYDD CYLCHGRAWN SAFONOL CYMRU, SEFYDLWYD YN 1844 Gan y PAiRCH LEWIS EDWARDS, D.D., BALA. ERTHYGLAU GAN BRIF YSGRIFENWYR CYMRU. CYNNWYSIAD RHIFYN TACHWEDD. I Ymneillduaeth. Gan y Paroh T. R. Jones:> Towyn. Cyfieitli4a(f Newydd o'r Proffwyd Malachi. Gan y Parch Edward Evans. Plaid Newydd a. Chri Newydd. Cywyddau Edward Morus. Gan Mr Arthur Hughes. Ncyes y Beirdd. Gan Mr E. Morgan Hughes. 'Y De; Gladd." Gan Mr T. Gwynn-Jone6. L' Alicg 'o. II Penseroso. Braslun—Un o Drif Bregethwyr Cymru. Gan Tecwyn. Y Gweithiwr. Gan Mr Thomas Jones, Moun- tain Ash. Nodiadau. Llenyddol. Gan Antihropos ac er- aill. J Anfoner pob Archebion i SWYDDFA'R HERALD." CAERNARFON*