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Public Announcements. 3rd ANNUAL OPERATIC PERFORMANCE. PIER PAVILION, COLWYN BAY, Grand Theatre, LLANDUDNO. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd. NOVEMBER 1st and 2nd. ———— Admission, 3/ 2/6, 2/ 1/ and Admission, 3/ 2/ 1/. Gallery, 6d. At 8 p.m., MISS LENA THOMAS (and Colwyn Bay friends) Present Gilbert & Sullivan's CHARMING Japanese Opera, THE MIKADO," (By permission of Mrs. D'Oyly Carte). Mr. E. THORNLEY-DODGE as "KO-KO," FULL ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS. Musical Director and Conductor Mr. H. LYELL-TAYLER. Seats may be booked at Mr. Fleet's, Penrhyn Road, Colwyn Bay, and WagstafFs, 89. Mostyn Steeet. Llandudno. Tickets may be obtained from any of the Company, also Mrs. Claxton, Music Depot, Lower Mostyn Street, Llandudno. Early doors, 7-15. 6d. extra. Old Colwyn Bus runs to and trom the Peiformances. Carriages 10-30. The profits from these performances will be divided between a local charity (Colwyn Bay and Llandudno). 734 THE REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL. JUST ARRIVED FROM LISBON. MARVELLOUSLY REALISTIC. Will be shown by SSLDS' FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES AT THE PUBLIC HALL, TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY. Matinee on Saturday at 3. PIER THEATRE OF VARIETIES, Llandudno. ROYAL AMERICAN BIOSCOPE. DAILY AT 3 and 8 p.m. Complete Change of Programme Mondays and Thursdays. Saturday Afternoon, Special Treat for School Children. Prize for Boys and Girls. 862 Queen's Rink & Picture Theatre, Rhyl. WINTER SESSIONS-OPEN DAILY: 10.30, 2.30, 7. Morning and Afternoon of each day, also Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday Evenings, Hire of Skates (including admission) 6d. Monday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings Hire of Skates, 6d. Band in attendance, Monday, Thursday, and Saturday Evenings. Admission to Rink and Picture Theatre, Threepence. THE LATEST PICTURES, Humorous, Dramatic, Educational. Daily: 2.30 to 5, and 7 to 10. Complete Change each Monday and Thursday. THE STOCK EXCHANGE THE DIRECT GUIDE. 1910 Edition. By an expert of over 25 years' experience. 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ATRIMONIAL MAIL" (Regd.)—Full of Advertisements of all classes desiring marriage, 3d.-Editress, Tagu Villas,Tatton,Hants. Llandudno Pier Concerts, Under the Management of the Autumn Concerts Committee, Daily at 11 a.m. and 7 45 p.m., Sunday (Sacred) 8-15 p.m. GRAND ORCHESTRA (Conducted by Mr. Walter Haigh). TWO POPULAR VOCALISTS NIGHTLY. October R7- Miss BERTHA JONES, Soprano. October 28— Miss DOROTHY SILK, Soprano. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, GRAND ORCHESTRAL AND CHORAL CONCERT, visit of the celebrated Moelwyn Royal Male Voice Choir, Conducted by Mr. CADWALADR ROBERTS. FRIDAY & SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 AND 30 GRAND CLOSING CONCERTS of the SEASOS. Miss LUCY NUTTALL, Contralto. Mr. JAMES COLEMAN, Baritone. ADMISSION TO PIER & CONCERTS-Morning, 3d.; Evening, 6d. Front Seats and Grand Circle, is. Reserved Seats in Grand Circle, is. 6d. (plan at the Pier Gates). SEASON TICKETS (for three weeks' concerts), transfer- able, 5s. and 8s. WEEKLY TICKETS, 2s. 6d. and 3s. 6d. Season and Weekly Tickets may now be obtained at the Pier Gates. ELECTRIC CARS: Cheap Combined Concert and Tram Tickets each week-day evening from Colwyn Bay and Rhos. Issued on any Car leaving Colwyn Bay after 6 p.m. SPECIAL RAIL MOTOR TO LLANDUNO leaves Colwyn Bay each evening at 7-10, calls at Mochdre, Llandudno Junction and Deganwy, and arrives at Llan- dndno at 7-32 p.m. LATE TRAINS ON WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS depart from LJandudno at 10-15 for all stations to Bangor, and at 10-35 for all stations to Rhyl, sf. except Llysfaen and Foryd. 23 READY-MADE FARMS IN CANADA. LECTURE (Illustrated by Cinematograph and Limelight Views) on above will be given by MR. A. EWAN MOORE, J.P, (Of Calgary, Alberta, Canada), ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, AT THE TOWN HALL, CONWAY, CHAIRMAN: His Worship the Mayor (J. Williams, Esq., J.P.) ADMISSION FREE. Admission to Reserved Seats on presentation of Visiting Card. Mr. Moore has had considerable experience in Colonisation Work in Canada, and will be glad to give personal interviews and advice before or after the Lecture. 744-28 ROYAL CAMBRIAN ACADEMY OF ART, i\. Plas Mawr, Conway. It is proposed to commence the Life Class (Draped Model) on Monday, October 31st. Meeting each Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, from 6 to 8 o'clock, until the end of February. Terms, 10/6 for the session.—Any further particulars may be had from Mr J. R. Furness, Curator, Plas Mawr, Conway. 725 Tenders. ALL persons desirious of Tendering for the erection of a New House for F. A. Charlton Esq., Llanrwst, are requested to send their names and addresses to the undersigned on or before Oct. 29th, 1910, together wirh a sum of 5s., which will be returned on receipt of a bona-fide Tender. D. HENRY ROBERTS, Architect, 9 Denbigh Street, 743 Llanrwst. SPECIAL NOTICE. MR. W. JACKSON, The well-known Pawnbroker, of Manchester, having taken over the business as a going concern from Mr. S. Laserson, of Llandudno, has decided, before the necessary alterations are started, to clear the whole Stock by Private Treaty, and everything will be re-marked specially for this Sale, and goods will be sold for less than cost of any Wholesale House. THE SALE WILL COMMENCE ON 31ST OCTOBER, and will continue for a few days only. The Stock is up-to-date, and consists of General Drapery, Clothing (Gent's and Ladies'), Boots, Shoes, Hosiery, Jewellery, Plate, Watches, Um- brellas, Ribbons, Ties, Collars, Underclothing, Cameras, Kodaks, Opera and Field Glasses in large variety, Large Stock of Second-hand Clothing (forfeited) to be cleared at any price. CALL EARLY to ensure these Bargains. NOTE ADDRESS :— W. JACKSON, PAWNBROKER & JEWELLER, 125, MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO. Money Lent on Plate, Watches, Jewellery, Furni- ture, Pianos, Sewing Machines, and Clothing of every description. 305 Che Rortb Wales Weeklp Retcs And series of 12 Popular Weekly Newspapers. I The Colwyn Bay Weekly News- The Conway Weekly News. The Penmaenmawr Weekly News. The Llanfairfechan Weekly News. The Bangor Weekly News. The Llandudno Weekly News. The Llanrwst Weekly News. The Bettws-y-Coed Weekly News. The Vale of Conway Weekly News. The Abergele Weekly News. The Vale of Clwyd Weekly News. The North Wales Weekly News (General Edition) SPECT XL NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS Advertisements appear in the whole of the above News, •>apers at ONB INCLUSIVE CHARGE, and at a price us a! y sked for insertion in one newspaper only. Scale of Charges will be forwarded on application. SPECIAL PREPAID ADVERTISING SCALE, For SITUATIONS VACANT AND WANTED, ARTICLES FOR SAL f, APARTMKNTS AND HOUSES To LET, MISCELLANEOUS, &C. One Three Insertion. Insertions 12 WorcU 04. 6.1. is. od. 24.. s. od. 23. od. 36 15. 6.1. 3s. 0:1. 48 2-i oj. 49i, 0:1. 60 2.,61. 5;1. 01. 72 3' ol 6j. oj. 84" 3-i. 6A. 7s. oi. 96 4s. od. 8s. od. II booked, double these rates will be charged. RELIGIOUS SERVICES, &c. SPECIAL PREPAID SCALE FOR ADVERTISEMENTS RELATING TO RELIGIOUS SERVICES AND PREACHERS, CIIAPITifts. ENTERTAINMENTS, &C. week a weeks. 4 weeks. Words is. od. s. 6d. as. 6d. Ie 8 6d. as. 6d. 4s. od. to "5, od. 3s. 6d. 6s. od. 50 "5. 6d. 4s. oJ. 7s. od. And 6d per insertion fer every additional 10 Words. Half-penny stamps accepted in payment of all sums under 5S The charge for Births and Deaths is is. each. In Memoriam Notices, as 1 Marriages, as.6d. An extra charge is made for booking. The announcements of Births, Marriages, and Deaths must be authenticated by the name and address of the sender Wednesday Mid-Day's post is the latest time for receiving Advertisements. Address- Dead Office :—R, E. JONES & BROS. 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