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BUILDING LAND, BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY TO LET OR FOR SALE. J. M. Porter & Elcock, Architects, Surveyors, and Valuers, Land and Estate Agents, THE ESTATE OFFICE, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 38, Colwyn Bay. Telegrams: Plans," Colwyn Bay. FREEHOLD DETACHED STONE-BUILT RESIDENCE on the outskirts of town. Four .e Reception Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, convenient Domestic Offices, Stabling, Gardener's Cottage, well planted grounds nearly 3 acres in all. Splendid views. About i mile from Station. For Sale, or to be let Furnished or Unfur- nished. Price and rent moderate. A BUNGALOW.—To be Let or Sold, on the outskirts of Town in bracing position. Lounge Hall, 2 Reception, and 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom and usual Domestic Offices. Sunny aspect. Splendid views. About 3 acres land. Price \ery moderate for auick sale. APARTMENT HOUSES in some of the best positions in the Town and surrounding Dis- tricts. All modern conveniences. Rents from £35 to £80 per annum. FURNISHED HOUSES for Winter months, in good positions and low rents. Full list on applicatiol1.. Among others an exceptionally good Detached House with 2 Reception Rooms, Billiard Room and 6 Bedrooms. Pleasant Grounds. All modern conveniences. Tele- phone, etc. RHOS-ON-SEA.—Detached and Semi-detached Villas, to Let and lor Sale. Dry and sunny positions. Easy ieach of sea front, enter- tainments, Golf Links, &c. Prices and rents moderate. COUNTRY RESIDENCES with from 3 to 6 acres of land to be Sold or Let. Rents rang ing from £40 to C'20 per annum. CHOICE FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND FOR SALE, suitable for immediate erection of BUNGALOWS, DETACHED and SEMI- DETACHED VILLAS, also several excellent sites for SHOP PREMISES. In some cases money advanced on two-thirds value of Land and Buildings, if required. OLD COLWYN.—A good Detached House to Let or for Sale with 2 Sitting and 5 Bed- rooms. Also a Detached House with 3 Sitting and 8 Bedrooms. Both houses are in dry and sunny positions, and have all modern conven- iences. Possession at an early date. SHOPS.—An excellent Double Fronted Shop to Let in Penrhyn-road, Colwyn Bay, with good house over. In one of the best business posi- tions of the Town. Also several other shops to Let or for Sale. SHOOTINGS.—Several small Shoots still available, two of which can be rented together with a small furnished house on the Shoot, if desired. For further particulars and orders to view, apply as above. Parciau Building Estate, Colwyn Bay. TO be sold on Chief or Freehold, in plots for detached or semi-detached Residences. Splendid views of hills and sea, several with south aspect, and sun during winter. Roads sewered and completed. No charge for making. Gas and Water laid on. Land tax redeemed. Money advanced on two-thirds value of Land 6Ild Buildings at 4 per cent. if required. No pro- icuration fee. Railway Stations, Post and Tele- graph conveniently situated.—Apply Messrs. J. M. Porter & Elcock, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay. 52 R. E. BIRCH, F.S.I, (Agents to the Cayley Estate), ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR & VALUER Begs to inform his Clients that he has removed from Wynnstay Chambers to OAKLANDS (First Floor), CONWAY RD., COLWYN BAY (Next to Council Offices). NAT. TEL. 55. 85 1. R. MALEK. ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, VALUER, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, 17, DENBIGH STREET, LLANRWST & GLAN CONWAY. CONWAY VALLEY AND COAST.—Houses Furnished and Unfurnished, To be Let or Sold. Sheep and Grazing Farm To Let and for Sale. Bungalows and Building Land for Sale. Those with Houses to Let apply as above. Terms reasonable. 76 MELLOR & ALLEN, ESTATE AGENTS AND VALUERS, Vron Haulog Offices, COLWYN BAY. HOUSES TO LET. Pleasantly situated Residences, £22 to £ 80. Nicely Furnished Houses, 10s. to 8 guineas weekly. FOR SALE. Private Residences, c500 to £ 1500. Cottage Property, returns 7 to 10 per cent. Cottage, with 10 acres of land, £ 900. Building Land, Nant-y-Glyn, 3 acres, £ 1500. Building Land, Rhos-on-Sea. We keep free register of Houses to Let or for Sale. Apartments recommended. ) To Let. 'I TO NURSERYMEN AND OTHERS. TO LET.—Stanley Cottage and Gardens, containing about 3554 square yards of land, situate Rhuddian Road and comprising a well stocked Orchard, Market Garden, Greenhouse 54 ft. by 15 ft. (Vinery) Potting Shed, Henhouse, and Bungalow, containing Parlour, Kitchen, well stocked Orchard, Market Garden, Greenhouse 54 ft. by 15 ft. (Vinery) Potting Shed, Henhouse, and Bungalow, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Scullery, and two large Bedrooms and Out-houses. Possession 1St November. For further particulars, apply, Richard Jones & Co., 3, Gladstone Build- ings, Rhyl. NORTH WALES.—To Let, Saw Mills and Joinery Works in good centre for doing extensive trade. Mill well-equipped with modern machinery. Railway siding into yard.—Apply, Mr. F. J. Gamlin, Solicitor, Rhyl. XCELLENT HOUSE AND SHOP in Queen Street; private entrance to house low rent. —Haslam, Auctioneer, Rhyl. j OMMODIOUS I-OCK-UP-SHOP in Nlarket Street. Rent only £ 20.—Haslam, Estate Agent, Rhyl. Furnished Houses to Let. COLWYN BAY (West).—Well furnished House or part to Let very reasonable terms for winter months.—Apply Edgeley Mount, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay. 557a Unfurnished Houses to Let. -RAIGFRYN, DEGANWY.-Two sitting, C three bedrooms, bath, etc., large garden. Summer-house and stabling. r43 clear. a 567nu EM i-DETACHED House in Ellesrnere-road, S Colwyn Bay. Rent, £ 60; Ditto Hou-e and Stable in Ellesmere-road. Rent, 670. Two Excellent Semi-detached Houses in Green- field-road. Rent, £ 41. Semi-detached House in Hawarden-road. Rent, ^50.—Alfred G. Pugh, Chartered Accountant, Wynnstay Chambers, Col- wyn Bay. 748 n I I O BE LE r, TY NAN F, Liar-yiihafal; 3 JL entertaining rooms, 5 bedrooms, bathroom, lavatory, hot and cold water beautifully situated, with a view of practically the whole of the Vale of Clwyd. With or without about 10 acres of grazing land.—Apply J. H. Wynne, Veterinary Surgeon, Denbigh. 55 ra I vO LET.—i\vo unfurnished Semi-detached JL Residences in Abergele-road. £ 36 and £ 35 rental.—Roger Bateson, Clarenby, Colwyn Bay. 636-16 SEVERAL desirable Houses to Let. Two Shops, main road,—one Colwyn Bay, one Old Colwyn, to Let.—Particulars from Johnston, Auctioneer, Sea View-crescent, Colwyn Bay. í 417 DEGAN W Y.—Charming detached Gentleman's Residence, in well laid-out grounds of about half an acre, 3 reception, 6 bedrooms, and dressing room, bathroom, &c. Rent, £ 80 per annum on lease.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 LAN FAIIZFECHAN.-Attractive New House (red tile roof) in Park Crescent, 2 reception, 4 bedrooms and attic, bathroom and usual offices. Rert, £ 28 per annum, or for sale at reasonable price.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 EN,N4AENMAWR. detached ii House in privately situated grounds, 3 recep- .L House in privately situated grounds, 3 recep- tion, 8 bedrooms, bathroom, &c. Moderate Rent.— Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 LLANDUDNO JUNCllON.— Well arranged House in own well laid-out grounds, 3 reception, 6 bedrooms, bath, &c., orchard and good kitchen garden. Rent, £ 40.—Apply, R. Arthar Jones, Anctioneer and Estate Agent, Conway, N.W. 47 COMFORTABLE Unfurnished Hats to let immediately.—G. Perkins & Co., Auction- eers, Colwyn Bay. 715 To be Let or Sold. DW YGYFYLCHL—House and Shop to let at moderate rent, or owner would sell at reasonable price.—Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auc- tioneer, Conway. 47-41 CONWAYTH WALES. TO BE SOLD OR LET. GLASFRYN, CONWAY.—A detached House standing in a commanding position, outside the walls, in its own grounds of about I I acres. Comprises :—Wide Entrance Hall with Porch and Verandah glazed and tiled, Dining Room with Bay Window, Drawing Room with Bay Window, Study, large well-arranged Kitchen with Scullery, China Pantry, Store Room and Butler's Pantry on Ground Floor, Five Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Linen Closet, Bathroom and W.C. on First Floor. Convenient and necessary Outbuildings, with well- paved yards, front lawn and flower garden, two well-stocked Kitchen Gardens, two heated Green- houses, Cycle house and tool shed, with small field in front.—For keys and to view apply to Bodeon. Conway (near to hand). 722.^4 Farms to Let RHIW FARM HOUSE to let, Garden and Buildings.—Further particulars, apply Thomas Jones, Maenybardd, Roe Wen, Tal-y-Cafn. 120a EGL WYSBACH.- To Let, Ffrith Lon Farm. 35 acres, situated beside main road from Llanrwst to Eglwysbach. Possession November 30th, igio.-Apply Davies, Bath, Talycafn. ARISH OF LLANRWST.—To be Let, on 30th November next, Gwninger and Taiyny- foel Farms (except the Dwelling-house, Garden, and appurtenances known as "Belmont,") con- taining 83a. ir. 36p., or thereabouts also the grazing in the Gwninger and Taiynyfoel Planta- tions, comprising about 129 acres.-For particulars apply to Messrs. Griffith and Allard, Solicitors Llanrwst. Land for Sale. NEAR CONWAY.—Charming site of about six acres suitable for private residence, bungalow, fruit or poultry farming. Price, £ 450. —Apply, R. Arthur Jones, Auctioneer, Conway. 1 47-41 AND IN COLWYN BAY (Dundonald-road) for Sale for erection of small houses or villas. —James F. Taylor, Solicitor, 71, Lord-street, Liverpool. 391 a Properties for Sale. DETACHED House in Gros venor-road.— Alfred G. Pugh, Chartered Accountant, Wynnstay Chambers, Colwyn Bay. 740 nn IRNIINGHAM-Four well-built Leasehold JD Weekly Properties, producing after all payments, including collecting, £ 241 14s. Price, £ 1,800. Pay 13 per cent. Rents collected re- mitted monthly, quarterly.—Pratt, 136, High- street, Bordesley, Birmingham. 1 LYSFAEN, near Colwyn Bay—Freehold I > Cottages and Land for Sale. Cheap. Pant- y-Carw. Two dwelling houses (always tenanted), with about 3 acres of building land. Excellent position. Charming environment. Grand panor- amic views. Apply Mr. W. D. Jones, Auctioneer, Old Bank, Holyhead. E. GOODMAN-JONES ARCHITECT, SURVEYOR, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, TOWN HALL, CONWAY. REGISTER OF LAND, FURNISHED AND UN- FURNISHED HOUSES AND ALL CLASSES OF PROPERTY FOR SALE, AND TO LET IN THE DISTRICTS OF CONWAY, LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, DEGANWY, CONWAY VALLEY, PENMAENMAWR,AND SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. [148 Apartments to Let. V OUTH WA LES —The Belle Vue. "Hotel", Trefriw. Open to receive Visitors on Winter terms. Mountain air and scenery, Golfing, Fishing, etc., near Church of England and R.C. Churches. Express trains.—Tariff from Manageress. I "lOUOUA\ .—Apartments or Board Residence, L private house, high situation, good cooking and attendance. A comfortable winter home.— Miss Herridge, Kenfield, Hr. Wellesley-road. Torquay, Devon kpartinents. Permanent or otherwise.—Glan Dwr, Morfa Drive, Con- way. 711-63 OS I END.—Large Furnished Room, with bal- cony, to Let, close to Kursaal.—Write, English Inquiry Bureau and Indian Tea Rooms, 103, Boulevard-road, Van Iseghem. OLWYN I;AY.-Comfortable Apartments C offered in private family, or part House Furnished. Moderate Terms. G," Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. 686 LLANDUDNO.—Lorna Doone, Oueen's-road. Public and private apartments. Sea and mountain views. One minute from Promenade and car. Attendance a speciality. 237A OMFORTABLE APAR 1MEN IS, near station —ly Newydd, Church-street, Conway. 28 INTENDING visitors to North Wales invariably i. send for a copy of The Weekly News in order to obtain the names of those having Furnished Houses or Apartments to let. Therefore unless you advertise yours, you do not stand anything like the same chance as those who do. Send your order at once. 16 words 3 times is. 24 words 3 times for is. 6d. Address, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay or Conway. Apartments Wanted. D, 'n V ANTED, In Colwyn Bay, for fortnight V V from about December 20th, a Sitting- room and 2 Bedrooms, with or without Board.- Full particulars to Headmaster, School House, Sandbach, Cheshire. 745 LOVEL YT,LANGOLLEN-=-All in search of an ideal spot at which to sppnd a restful, recuperative holiday should consider the claims of the Lovely Vale of Llangollen. The Sketch describes the district as a scenic fairyland of verdure and foliage"; and the late much- travelled Duke of Westminster spoke of its unrivalled scenery" and "pure air." Golf, Angling, Boating, are amongst numerous at- tractions offered to visitors. To secure Apart- ments, advertise in The Llangollen Advertiser. 25 words, 9d.—Proprietor: H. Jones. Boarding Establishments. MANCHES I ER.— When in 1 own DINE at LORD'S RESTAURANT, I homas-street, Shudehill. Best and cheapest. Try it. Estab 1853 -Board Residence (superior), very j_„ central, and near Exhibition, from 30s. a week, 55. 6d. a day; 3s. 6d. Bedroom and Breakfast —Leinster Hall, 27 and 28, Leinster-square, Hyde Park. 370a Businesses for Disposal. FOR SALE. Grocery and Drapery Business, in good position. Present owner leaving country.—Apply to Richard Edwards, Accountant, Bethesda. 554a Offices, &c., to Let. r 1'0 LET, in Station-road, Colwyn Bay, tioums X suitable for Offices. For terms, apply A.B.C., Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. Mortgages. OR T GAGE S.-Advan-ce-s -o-n- Freehold or m Leasehold Properties on advantageous terms.—Apply, Mr. Hindley, Solicitor, Llan- dudno. 397* MORTGAGES.— £ 10,000 to be let out on Mortgage on Freehold Properties, from 4 per cent. interest.—Apply, Cardsby Haslam, Town Hall, Rhyl. Eggs, Poultry, etc. Ul ILI i Y Brand, Poultry Foods, great egg producers. Unique in price and purpose. Before buying send for lists, Feed Dept., Argyle Mills, Liverpool. Established 1868. 490a EGGS, Poultry. Rabbits and Butter Wanted will take Regular Supplies prompt pay ments.—Universal Stores, 270 Wheeler Street, Birmingham. State Quantities. HICKENS.-Finest Laying Strains, laying now, 3s. each; two months old, 10s., three months old, 14s. dozen live delivery any- where.—Varney, Stratford, Essex. 350a F*OWL CORN, 7s. 6d., 10s. 6d., 12s. 6d., 2401b. Pig Food, 7s. 6d. Poultry Meal, 8s., 10S., 2oolb. all sacks included; carriage paid for is. per sack extra (up to 40 miles Liver. pool).—Roche & Co., 15, Goree Piazzas, Liver- pool 103a KEEP YOUR POULTRY RUNS WARM? —Good strong rot-proof Canvas shelter- ing, with eyelets, 2ft. wide, 4d. 3ft. wide, 5d. 4ft. wide, 6d. per yard run strong rot-proof i-inch mesh Netting, 30 square yards, is. List and samples free.-H. J. GASSON, Govern- ment Contractor, Rye. Horses, Carriages,&c., for Sale FOR SALE.—New Rubber Tyre Governess Car and Second Hand Gig, Dogcart, two Light Lorries, Horsebreaker's Cart, two Phae- tons, Rubber Tyred Landau, Victoria and Brougham Business and Pleasure Floats a speciality; -andcarts and Wheelbarrows and 'Bus Top. Cash or easy terrns.-Francis and Sons, Coachbuilders, Colwyn Bay. 112. 43 A'tJUIs WAGGONETTE, rubber-tyred, just been re-varnished, £ 40; also Victoria, rubber tyres, £30. Bargains.—Mountford and Co., D )I ole, Shrewsbury. 553a ( \N SA LE, four-wheeled Dog Cart. Perfect V.} condition.—Apply, Bryniach, Evarth, near Ruthin. __i_ F'OR SALE.—Rubber-tyred Landau, by Farr and Sons, good as new, cost 200 guineas; Ball Bearings, Pole Bar and everything complttte also two double sets Harness in new condition.— Applv,the Gardener, Coed Celyn.Bettwsycoed. [700 ESICO-SUDORIFIC (flying horse trademark). —A powerful penetrating remedy for Lame Horses, Weak Joints, Sprained Sinews, Diseased Bone, Puffy Swellings. Needs no special attention. Pets 2s. 6d. or 5s. PEDICURA cures Thrush, Brittle Hoof, Greasy Heels, Itchy Mane, Tail or Legs, Mangy Skin in all animals. Tins, 2S. 6d. from GREGORY & CO., Temple, Bristol, or through your Chemist. 28A Musical, &c. PIANO, by Broad wood; all latest improve ments nearly new.—Apply Edgeley Mount, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay. 556a REE MUSIC! A new 4s. Sacred Song or Piano Piece, free to all sending 2d. for postage. N. Rutter & Co., Music Publishers, Leeds. 2 58 A NEW MUSIC. HEINRICH SUCK'S New Waltz Nymphen- tanz" will be the success of the season. Post free, 1/6. Send P.O. to W. Stratton. Lords- wood-road, Harborne, Birmingham. HERR HEINRICH SUCK'S BAND is THE Band for BALLS, Receptions, &c. Photography. SE OUR PLA rES.-Half Plates, 1/4; Quar- U ter Plates ld. dozen; P.O.P. or Gaslight ter Plates, 7|d. dozen P.O.P. or Gaslight Postcards, 100 1/4^ Mounts, Backgrounds, &c. samples and catalogues free.—Works, July-road, Liverpool, E. 217 Domestic Servants. WANTED. J AN TED, for Liverpool, good General, age VV about 20, for small family, fond of child- ren. Good home for suitable girl. Reference required (Welsh preferred).- A pp 1, J. Blackweli, 230, Park-road, Liverpool. COOK-GENERAL required for London house- maid kept. Must have good reference.— Apply, A.B." Wcekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. 704 A AN 1 ED, Good General, apply, Mrs. Mather, V V Roseneath, Shavington Avenue, Chester. [14 to [16. WANTED.—Good General for small private family.—Apply No. 736, Weekly News Office, Colwyn Bay. D4 'fi: .<%r}i 'i"-L: ,6.a, li o Ii OUR SMALL 0'.1' N ADVERTISEMENTS ? ? I 'YM 'GIVE N # i\ ElIc; I RESULTS! 1 JS te I I j| Twelve Words, 6d. |j y p |j Three Insertions, 1/ |) te i§l :-Ya1 Situations Vacant. J EQLTRED AI ONCE, by an old estab- lished London firm, a sole agent to repre- sent them.-Address, London Supply Co., 109, Victoria-street, Westminster, S.W. 565A.N4. WANTED immediately, a strong, healthy, Welsh-speaking Woman to train as Cot- tage Nurse. Training free employment perma- nent.— Apply, Miss Broadwood, Denison House, Victoria, London. 564a. Nn WAN TED, by influential Electric Theatre Company, for North of England, young man to undertake hall management; qualifi- cations Cioo fair ability and energy; the right man will be taught the business.—Applications by letter to Accountant, Northern Film Supply, Waterloo Chambers. Bath Lane, Newcastle-on- Tyne- 455 LADIES wanted as whole or spare time agents, also to form clubs, for goods used in every home. Splendid opportunity. Stamped envelope for reply.—Box 50, Ross Advertising Agencv, 125, High Holborn. London. W.C. 413 WAN 1 Eu at once, experienced Junior v^lerk. State age. and references.—Mr. F. A. Dew, The Property Mart, Colwyn Bay. \Sure Living can easily be made Selling Rem- nants. Calicoes, Blouse Lengths, Prints, Flanelettes, Curtains, <$c., &c. Sample parcels 5s., IOS., and 2os. Value guaranteed. List free.- F. Crossley & Co 75 and 77 Lever-street. Piccadilly, Manchester. 54 ia OCEAN LINERS.—Stewards, Stewardesses, Cooks, etc., wanting berths, write, Nautical Agency, 16, Caledonian-street, J.iverpnol. 407 GENTS Wanted. Private greeting cards. 1 Absolutely best series published. Write at once for book.—Wilkinson and Coy., 24a, Bank- street, Accringtoll. 474a OQ weekly earned easy and legitimate. me start you. Send is. and stamped address.—Jaques. 66, Rendell-road. Leicester. 470a U ANTED, a dozen boys to sell Rhyl Weekly Neivs. Call 9.30 this Friday morning at Kinmel-street Offices, Rhyl. 20/- PER WEEK When Out of Work. Are you so sure of your job? Write us and we »vil! end you per return our Prospectus which tells how you can be sure of 20S. per week when out of work. It clearly I explains how you can secure a regular settlement for three months during unemployment. Write NOW enclosing addressed envelope. Don't wait till you are out of work; it's too late then. Think what it means to be out of work with perhaps wife and children to keep ted. Is it not worth a small sacrifice now to know that in the time of need they are provided for for three months. during which time you can look around and secure work ? The Insurance gives you heart to look for work. and cheerfulness is half the battle when you apply for a situation and co.npete with others. You can be cheerful when you know that "All's Well" at Home. Be sure and ask for Frospectus N.W. The Rampart Unemployment & General Insurance Co., Ltd., 255-260, BIRKBECK BANK CHAMBERS, HIGH I HOLBORN, LONDON. W.C. Good Chance for LIVE Agents. Our Agency will put More Money in Your Pocket NOW. r.- Miscellaneous Wants. LADIES' Hair Combings wanted 3d., 4d., up- wards per ounce money by return.— Schirrles, Hair Merchant, 2, Marlborough-road, Upper Holloway, London. 524a MOLESKINS Bought, any quantity highest prices paid, no sorting. Also wanted Cat, Squirrel, Fox, Rat and Rabbit Skins, Duck, Goose and Game Feathers. Prompt payments.— Hignett, Oak-street, Oswestry. 516a WANTED, Rabbits once or twice weekly. Williams, Fishmonger, Gwynfa, Conway- road, Colwyn Bay. -ASH for Ladies' Ha*r Com bings.-end Dickner & Co., 7. Ball-street, Kensington.W. H" AIR COMB IN GS bought, 6d. oz. given cash by return.— Send to Dickner & Co., 7, Ball-street, Kensington, London, W. Bankers National Provincial. 353a URNI'rURE.-Mr. S. Johnston, Auctioneer, F invites entries for his periodical sales. Whole or part contents of house received.— Address. Sea View Crescent, Colwyn Bay. 848 Miscellaneous. AiCE YOUR OWN BAKING POWDER. Easv—Simple—Clean. Better than the Best. No Alum. Costs 2d. per lb.. Recipe 7d. post free. List of household recipes gratis.— P. & Y." Co., 6 Bishopton-street, Sunderland. 558-n-4 LUSHING cured immediately Doctor's fam- ous recipe, is. P.O. Testimonials daily. —H. Stevens (Dept. 6), 71, Back Piccadilly, Man- chester. Snnn HANDBILLS, 5in. by 7Jin. for 7s. 6d., OUvU Business Cards, Post Cards, Enve- lopes and Tags smartly printed, 250, 2/3; 500, 3/9 iooo, 5/6. Other printing equally cheap.—A. J. Johnson, "Express Printing Works," Kerr-street, Northampton. 52Ia Shopping by Post. "Weekly News"—The best advertising madiual DIEREAVY GREATCOATS, S 6s. 6d., etc. pricr- lists free.—Hart and Sou, 56, Wellington-street, Woolwich. Estab- lished 100 years. ^63. D2. NORMOUS Success or Advertising Oiler. < „ Marvellous Value. Patterns, Measurement Forms, Free. Goods carriage pAid.-Ga Bradford. 5Sg n-4 NEVER be disappointed. Order early. Now 1 ready, choice selection of Private Greeting Cards from 2/- per dozen. Write or call to-day and see samples. Books sent out to any address on application bv 'phone or postcard.— R. E. Jones and Bros., Weekly News Office, 8, Station Road. Colwyn Bay. SAVE 50 PER CENT. Suits, 24s. nd, Overcoats, 22s. 6d., to measure very stylish Complete satisfaction or money returned. Patterns Free.—H. Gane, 16 Grantham Piace, Rradford. NITTING all qualities and shades. Sample- f Orders tor 2/6 carriage fre, I'onk.s's \te,t Warehouse, Ash ted Row, f'>irmiugh'Hin. 713 .>Uli>, woi Id renowned g,t I agriculturalists, to meagre, for 22s. bd 51s., 35s. hard wearers and splendid fitting. Writer- proofs, 23s. 6d., 27s. 6d., best vame. thousands testimonials.—All particulars rtiid ensv measure forms (free), Holmes & Son, Earmers tailors, Buxton. Derbyshire. ')20a PISH.-Iist. Cod, Ling, Haddocks^ PLiTce^ J7 or Headless Fryers, ios. Salt Cod, 2s. stone 400 Fresh Herrings, 12< Finneys, Kippers Bloaters, 2s. box; bass Selected Fish, 2s.—Lacy & Son, Grimsby Dks. 448-1^ 2 5 5/11 POS I*MEN'S BOul S (bc-WlMj. CARRIAGE paid average wear 12 months thousands of testimonials; lists free; P.O. 5s. nd.; Box Cnlf Furlough and-Uniform (i.)ots, 7s. 1 id.—W. BULL & CO, 2T5, Battersea Park- road, London. 1 S Post l'ree. Monster Parcel Laces and In- sertions; long lengths, all widths. — Lace Co., i Glasshouse-street, Nottingham. 0 RAG HAWKERS and" MARINE MOlTES, JL etc.-Woolens, 3s. 9d. per score; unripped cloth, is. id.; whites, is rough rags. 4d. tailors' cuttings, 3s. 4d. to 5S.-Horwich, Albert Mills, Downe-street, i iverpool. 476do ARMY BuU^tiERb.—4,000 Palis Sewn Bluchers, best leather, any size, post free for 5s. 6d.—H. J. Gasson, Goverument Contractor, Rye. BABY S LONG CLOTHES.—30 Pieces, 21/- choice and beautiful garments for a lady's home my own Perfection make. Approval.— Mrs Max, The Chase, Nottingham. 479 0,8 IGARE i"rp,.s (Finest Brands), post free; cost of sending order refunded. Write for Price List and particulars.—A. Beresford. Cigarette Specialist," 20 Bridport-place. London. AT ER PROOF CAPES, large size, suit- W able for cyclists of men exposed to the wet, 3s. 6d. each; large Police Oilskin Capes, lined with serge, 3s. 6d., 4s. 6d., 5s. each; extra large Blue Cloth Police Capes, 5s. 6d. and 6s. 6d. Rubber Motor Jackets, splendid line, 7s. 6d. Oilskin Overall Leggings, 2S. 6d. pair cheaper kinds kfjpt; either above carriage paid.—H. J Gasson, Government Contractor, Rye. „ Pairs of Splendid Dark Blue of 20.000 Grey Cloth Trousers, no com- mon rubbish; as worn by the Metropolitan Police; any size, Post Free, 3s. 6d. pair; selected 4S. 6d. a pair cheaper kinds kept.— H. J. Gasson, Government Contractor, Rye. /I ILI I AR v KNEE BOOTS, smart appear- IV1 ance, 7s. 6d. pair. Naval Knee Boots, very strong, 5s. 6d. per pair. Bluchers, 5s 6d. per pair. Any size. Carriage paid. Cash returned :f not approved ot-H. J. GASSON, Government Contractor, Rye. v AIERPROOl" COVERS, same material and pliable as railway sheets 12ft, by 9ft., 12s. 15ft. by 9ft., 15s; and so on to any size at is. per square yard; with lashes. Superior stout, rot-proof Green Canvas, is. 6d. square yaid, with la,he,H. J. GASSON, Government Contractor, Rye. ?_arni and Garden 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 WEEKS, is. GROUND Lime for Agricultural Purposes.—: Breedon Lime has been used by agricultur- ists for centuries, and can now he obtained in bags, ground into flour, at 12s ton (4 ton lots and upwards), f.o r. Worthington Station, M.R. Bags, is. id. each, allowed is. when returned. Now i-; the time to apply it for wheat, rough pastures, seeds, and all autumn crops.—Apply, J. (I. Shields, Isley Walton, Oerb". 560a GAR lON'b New Breed Ked ivmg Seed Wheat, once grown, 45s. fur 36 stones, including sacks.—F. Garforth. Drighlington. 535a FEND YE b R YN GAKDENS.—For Cabbage, Cauliflower, and other Plants Cut Flowers, Fruit, and Vegetables; Wreaths, Bouquets, &c. Trade supplied.—Peter Wright, Pendyffryn, Pen- maenmawr. 184 ON SALE, beautiful Peacocks.—Apply, Bryn- iach, Eyarth, near Ruthin. BULBS. BULBS.—500 Guaranteed Flowering Hyacinths, Tulips, &c., 4/ 300,2/6; 150, 1/6. soo (Specially Selected), 5 3 0,3/3; I50. 2/ Sample 70, post free, 1/—Garden Supply Co., 3ig, Plough-road, Rotherhithe, London. 543d2 POIAIOES.—Splendid Eating Potatoes, 3s. cwt. 2s. half-cwt. Table Carrots, 2s. bd. cwt.; is. 6d. half-cwt. Bags free. Cash.—Horace Taylor, Potato Grower, 20, High-street, Chatteris, Cambs. 531a MILLIONS Of PLAIN IS. July sown. Early 1V1 Enfield, Ellain's Early, Early Market, Wheeler's Imperial, 3s. 1,000.—Arthur Duffin, Potton, Beds. 502a ALBER 1S BASIC SLAG.—F or prices, apply to W. Ellis & Co., Merchants, Abergele. [57 1 LOWER POTS! 192 for 7s. 6d. (ciate re- JT turaable). ia 8in., 20 6in., 50 5in., bo 4in., 50 3m. Special quotations for quanti. ties. Send for catalogue, free.-Herberts Park Pottery, Darlaston, Staffs. LOOK! STRING NETTING. FOR Poultry enclosing, waterproof, lin. mesh 30 yds. by ft yd., xs. 4d. 30 yds, by 2 yds., 2S. 6d. 30 yds. by 3 yds., 35. 8d. this is sent car- riage paid.—H. Robinson, Wish Ward-street, Rye, Sussex. ALVANIZED FENCING WIRE, in 1-cwt. V bundles, from 6 to 14 w.g., perfect new wire, but shorter lengths than usual, 8s. per cwt. Galvanized Barbed Wire, slightly soiled, in 84 lb. bundles, 336 yds., 9s. per bundle.— N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolver- hampton. GAL V ANIZED ROO FIN G S H EETS, Special job lot light sheets, 21 inches wide, to cover 18 inches, 5ft, 71d. 6 ft. 9d. each; all new, sound and free from holes, but slightly soiled.—N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Established 1828. GALVANIS ED BARB WIRE, English make, J new, but slightly soiled, 841b. bundles, 336yds, os. per bundle N.W., Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Es- tablished 1828. A L VAN ISEITCOXRUGATED SHEETS", special, salvage, new sheets, soiled by sea water, 5ft., Is. 6tt., is. 3d. 7ft., is. 6d. 8ft., is. 8d.-N.W. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, olverhampton. Established 1828. Furniture Wanted. 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 WEEKS, 1%. WANTED to purchase, the whole or portion of a house of furniture.—State particulars and price to "Furniture," Weekly News Office, Rhyl. 123R Miscellaneous Sales. 12 WORDS, 6d.; 3 WEEKS, is. PRETTY WINDOWS made with Stainoglass 1 Decoration. Cheap, permanent Stamp for patterns —Guest's Wholesale, Depot 6, King's Norton. 422326 PRO TEC HON.—Bad money instantly de- tected by using Carr's Lightning Coin Testing Pencil, is. post free.—Wm. Carr, 47 Hatton Garden. London. I 'HE COME 1 GAS HE A 1 L\G SToVlT^Patent L No. 4545)—1 he best on the market; most effective, most economical price 5/6 each. Write the Patentee for descriptive booklet. North, Northampton-street, Leicester. Hundreds of testi- monials from actual users. 544,128 WEDDING GIFT—Lady offers magnificent 7 Guinea Service, Ai quality plate (stamped), comprising: Six each Table Dessert Spoons and Forks, Tea and Egg Spoons (36 pieces), unsoiled. Accept 25s. Approval willingly ar- ranged.-Write, 5329, Weekly Xews Offi P. ( (In }„ OR SALE, Clayton & .huttlrwortti Tlnesli- I 4 ing, in good working order aiso Straw I russer, both excellent coijdlti,)ii -I.lovd, Antelope, Rhydymwyn. 527a 5 —5°° pairs Men s Genuine Army t/iluctiers, yy double-stitched waist outlast two ordinary pairs. Any size, carriage paid Gents' Balmoral Boots. 8s.—Irwin, Boot Contractor, 21, Percy-road, Watford. L A- FOLEY, Bourne, Lines., has for bate^ L,. among others, the following Pair 12 h.p. Fowler's S.C. Ploughing Engines with 9-11 Tine Cultivator, 5-Furrow Plough, and Van on Springs and Water Cart, for cash or part exchange 7 h.p. Burrell Compound on Springs, a General! Purpose Engine; 8 h p. McLaren Compound, on Sp. ings, Copper Firebox, Canopy, for Thrashing or Hauling; 8 h.p. WaHis, excellent 1 lira" hing Engine, on Springs, with extra Tank; 6 h p. Foden Compound, on Springs, Dou-ile Crank, New Box and generally repaired Aveling and Porter com- bined Traction and Roller. Several others. Send for list. Two New Foster Thrashers on Iron wheels, fitted with Ring Oilers, only shop soiled and will be sold cheap; several good Second-hand Thrashers, by best makers; Traction Waggons, Elevators, Gas and Oil Engines. Telegrams—Folev. Bourne 'Phone—No 4. P.O. AB. C. Guide to Stock Exchange. (^9tti Edition). Stock Exchange Operations thoroughly explained, also Call Options. How to open "n account with limited risk. How to avoin r5."jker s Commissions. Contains highest and lowest Sales for last 15 years. Gratis Irom Publishers, Farrow Graham & Co. (Successors to Freeborn Franklin & Co., Established 1899), 35. Bar'k-street, Manchester. RA B B FT" Nets, Fish Nets^ Cricket" Lawn Tennis Nets, Traps, every description cat- alogues stamp.-Youiig, (N.W.W.T.,) Net Works, Crewkerne, Somerset. n 438N25 SAFES and Iron Doors, Eire and Thiet ^Resist- •n§T» '5° from 45s., carriage paid. Cash, Deed, and steel Jewel Boxes. Steel card index drawers. Lists Free. Cooper, Safe Works, 50 and 52 Columbia-road. Shoreditch. London, E. ALLPAPERS, from ijd". per rolL Any quantity, large or small, at Wholesale Prices. Stock exceeds 250,000 rolls all classes.— Write for patterns, stating class required.—The Barnett Wallpaper Co. Ltd. (Dept. 281), Campfield- Avenue, Manchester. 25a RING UP 31 Colwyn Bay ye StaTionery, Print- injg, Account Books, &c. Your orders and enquiries shall receive our immediate attention.— R. E. Jones and Bros., 8. Station-road. I RACTION ENGINES, Road Locomotives, 1 Portable Engines, Steam Tractors, Trac- tion Wagons, Thrashing Machines, Road Rollers, &c., for sale secondhand. All boilers passed for insurance. Full list free. Special terms ar- ranged. Portables, Rollers, Wagons, &c. for hire. New Thrashing Belts from 50s. Good, modern Traction Engines wanted.—Henrv Lewis. & Sons, Engineers, Reading. 125a GAS COKE, House Coals, Cobble^ Nuts, Slack, &c. Prices quoted for truck loads to any Station.—Ellis & Co., Abergele. 81 IF you possess anything for which you have no 1 further use why not sell it and have the nnney to purchase something you require ? To find a customer, try an advertisment in the Weekly News, 16 words 3 times, is. 24 words 3 times, is. 6d UNS, wUNS, GUNS. Gradual payments. V J Thoroughly sound reliable work. Hard close shooting. Send for latest illustrated catalogue. Lowest prices.— Thomas Wild Gun W.)rks, Birmingham. |)ICI LRESQUE HOMES.—All interested in I housebuilding should send six stamps for a copy of this work.—The Building and Estates Development Co., Limited, Bristol. GALVANISED CORRUGATED SHEET, G all warranted sound, 27,in. wide; sit. is., 6ft. is 3d, 7ft. is 6d, 8ft, is gd, 9ft. 2S, 10ft. 2s. 4d. each. A few light Salvage Sheets, sound, but soiled by sea water, 5ft. iod., 6ft. is. each; ridging 3d. per foot; spouting 3d. per foot.—N.W. Dept. BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. 339a GALVANISED FENCING WIRE, English V make, new, but shorter lengths than usual, in f-ewt. bundles of any thickness, 4s- per bundle.-N.IV. Dept., BUTLER, Bell Works, Wolverhampton. Motors and Cycles for Sale. 6 H.P. Swift two-seated Car, with leather hood. Suitable for a Doctor. Car in first-class order, with New Tyres and Stepney Wheel; just repainted and overhauled. Trial by appointment. ,C6.Address, Box, 742, Weeklv News Office, Colwyn Bav. Cycle Accessories, &c. 12 WORDS, 6d. 3 WEEKS, is. UNCTURES impossible with "Airgrip. Cycle size, P.O. 6d.-Smith, 24 Hearne-road, Chiswick, London. AN KR U PT STOCK.—Free Wheels iod^ Brakes nd., Covers 2s. nd. Complete Cycles, 6-guinea models, £2 gs. 6d. Thousands of bargains, list free.—Zansic, 13 Filev-street, Sheffield. y HOW to Build a Cycle worth £ 8 for £ 3 19s 6d. We supply all parts. Send for Wholesale Catalogue.-Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birming- ham. 473a PLATED Cycle Wheels, fitted Tyres and Tubes and ball free wheel 21s. per pair carriage paid.-Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingharn- 473a LA f £ S r Novelty Self-lighting Gas Lamps, give splendid light, 3s. nd. post free.—Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473s PUNCTÜRE-Proof-Bands for Outer Covers, 2s. iid. pair post free. No more punctures now.-Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. — 4Z2 GUARANTEED Roadster Inner Tubes, 2s. 6d. each post free.-— Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a CYCLE Frames all fitted ready for wheels, 27s. 6d. each carriage paid.—Smarts, Ltd, Cycle Factory, Birmingham. ÆJi I PLATED FronT Cycle Wheels, 3'1 hvUU sizes, 4s. 3d. each.—Smarts, Ltd., Cycle Factory, Birmingham. 473a CYCLISTS.-Send for our Wholesale Catalog^ at once, and buy direct from the factotY' Outer Covers, 2s. nd. each Bells, 4|d.; Carrie^s' S|d.; Front Brakes, n|d.; Roller Chains, is.. Plated Wheels, 8s. nd. pair; Oil Lamps, Plated Gas Lamps, is. nd.; Saddles, 2s. b?"l Plated Pumps, rod.; Complete Cycles ready the road from £ 2 19s. 6d. Carriage paid orders over 2s. 6d.—Smarts, Ltd., Cycle FaCtory_' Spiceal-street, Birmingham. 473