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CRICKET NOTES. MIDWEEK MATCHES, Three mid-week matches were played by Llan- dudno "A" teaiii last, week. The first two were against the Y.M.C.A. Camp. who were beaten on the first -occasion by 146 runs and on the second by 47 with live wickets in hand. On Thursday the Bowling Club was met by the A Team, the A's winning by 28 runs. The fol- lowing was the score in the latter Inatch:- LLAND-UDXO "A." G. C-. Tripp b Sutcliffe 6 J. E. Hobson b ditto 3 C. F. Fairington c Horns by b Sutcliffe 12 R. E. Lindsay c Hornsby b Sutcliffe 13 C. E. Stocks b Sutcliffe 8 A. Turner c C. X. Jones b Sutcliffe 18 E. Bone b P. Hornsby 5 H. Hughes b Sutcliffe 0 Mervyn Griffiths 10 H. Scaife c C. X. Jones b P. Hornsby 4 A. O. Roberts b P. Hornsby 2 Extras 8 Total 89 BOWLIXG CLUB. C. X. Jones b Farringoon 9 P. Hornsby b ditto* 7 H. Sutcliffe, c H. Hughes b Tripp 17 0 W. Williams b Tripp 13 IPP J. E. Hornsby c M. Griffiths b TTipp 7 T. P. Pierce run out 0 A. Fildes not out 1 R. Li. Davies b Scaife 0 A. Hewitt b Scaife 0 J. Richards c Hobsor. b Tripp d' 0 61 LLANDUDNO v. I.LAXYCHAX & DISTRICT. The match with Llanychan and district in- variably proves one of the moist enjoyable of the season, and Saturday's enciounter proved no exception to the rule. The visitors paid the home club the compliment of placing an un- usually strong eleven on the field, which in- cluded Orion, the Llanrwst professional, who happened to be at liberty owing to Llanrwst not being able to raise a team to go to Mostyn. With C. C. Mott, A. Swainson, Dr. Calvert, G. Parry Jones and J, G. Wynne Edwards, not to mention Orion, the Llandudno players had almost a county team to face. The Rev. W. E. Jones was again, successful in winning the toss, and naturally -decided' to bat first on the excel- lent wicket. From the first runs, came at a good pace, although C. F. Farrington was disposed of with only eight on the board. Humphries after his dashing cricket at Llanrwst was put in first wicket down and justified his promotion by scoring eighteen, before being caught by Dr. Calvert off the Llanrwst pro. Halstead: mean- time had been scoring more freely than usual, and on being joined by C. N. Jones made some delightful boundary and other strokes. Thirty- two runs were added by the pair before C. N. Jones was snapped at the wicket for nine, making room for the Rev. W E. Jones, who also was in a -scoring mood'. Halstead com- pleted his half century with a six off J. F. White, but three runs- later, with the score at 108, he was bowled by Wynne Edwards, the ball keeping very low. He had played a really delightful innings, marred however by a chance to Searell. He hit two sixes. and four fours. After the dismissal of Halstead a couple of wickets fell cheaply, those of R. J. Brownfield and N. Wills, both victims of Wynne Edwards, who mixed up a lot of .i!u rt pitched bumping balls with a few of good length which shot or kept very low. These brought absut the dis- missal of the three batsmen named. A. X. Wills appears to be quite out of luck just now. This is a great pity, for he really is as attrac- tive a bat. as there is in the team. His return to form wilj be heartily welcomed. The- rot was checked by J. E. Hobson, the most prolific stand of the innings being made. Party-two runs were added before Hobson was taken by White off Ortotn for 16. H. Jones con- tributed a couple before being caught off Mott and then P. Hornsby assisted his captain to add 21 for the ninth wicket. With no ia,ddi- tion to the score the Rev. W. E. Jones' careei was brought to a close by a magnificent one- handed catch by Searell off Orton. Six fours and two threes were included in his score of 44, but his innings w-as marred by a couple of sharp chances behind the wicket. The visitors on going to bat found the Llan- dudno fielding to be very keen, and A. Swainson paid the penalty of attempting too. short a run when the score had bee ntaken to. seventeen. The batsman, however, did not relish the umpire's ruling. Orion filled the vacancy, and with C. C, Mott brought about a dhange of bowling, R. J. Btownfiel-d being called upon to relieve the amateur who was being punished rather severely. The change was at once sue- ceissful, for in his first over the new bowler caught and bowled C. C. Mott, ha.ving to run half-way up the wicket to s,ecure, the catch. Dr. Calvert scored 14 before his- career was brought ¡ to a close by Hornsby off Brownfield, and soon after Ort-on was caugfht by Humphries from the bo-wling of Hartley. The outgoing batsman had contributed 37 by excellent cricket. With five wickets down for 85 the game looked a good thing for Llandudno, but Wynne Eidwards and R. 0. Jones looked like prolonging the innings long enough to rob the 'homesters of a victory, when Brownfield brought off his third catch, falling over in darting for the ball, but holding it well off the ground. It was then getting very near the time of drawing stumps, but a judicious change in the attack. the substitution of Hornsby for Brownfield, brought about the downfall of Wynne. Edwards, who had been forcing the pace. Hornsby bowled him with the last ball of his first over .and then snapped White in the slips. Searell was run out two runs later. E. Swainson and J. IHugihes stone-walled for a couple of overs, but the former was bowled by Hornsby on the stroke of time and Llandudno won a good match by 51 runs. ( The feature or the Inatch was the improved fielding and catching of the home team. The ground work in the main was exce,edingly good, and the catches were difficult ones. The victory is undoubtedly the best of the season. Full score:— LLANDUDNO. C. F. Farringtcn e Mott b Wynne Edwards. 3 A. Halstead b Wynne Edwards 53 R. P. Humphries c Dr. Calvert b Orton 18 C. X. Jones c Parry Jones b White 9 Rev. W. E. Jones c Searell b Orbon 44 R. J. Brownfield b Wynne Edwards 0 A. N Wills b ditto 1 J. E. Hobson c White b Orton 16 Howel Jones c J. Hughes b Mott 2 P Hornsby run out 11 Hartley not out 0 Extras 18 Total 175 LLANYCHAN AND DISTRICT. C. C. Mott c and b Brownfield 22 A. Swainson run -out 4 Orton c Humphries b Hartley 37 Dr. Calvert c Hornsby b Brownfield 12 G. Parry Jones c and b Brownfield 1 J. G. Wynne Edwards b Hornsby 22 R,. 0. Jones c Brownfield b Hartley 12 T. J. White c Hornsby b Hartley 2 R. B. Searell run out 0 E. Swainson b Hornsby 2 J. Hughes not out 2 Extras 8 Total 124 Hartley took three wickets for 49, Brownfield three for 38 and Hornsby two for 4. LLAXDUDXO "A"*v, *LLAXDDULAS. The return match was played at Llanddulas on Saturday, and won by thirty-five runs. The following is the scores:- LLANDUDNO. C. E. Stocks b D. Roberts 11 R. E. Lindsey b Pattison b D. Roberts 28 J. V. Humphreys c Austin b Pattison 8 J. Smith c J. Thomas b D. Roberts 6 E. Bone b D. Roberts 0 E. P. Mortris b ditto 0 B. Reece b ditto 8 A. Turner c G. R. Evans b J. Thomas 4 J. Dimalow b D. Roberts 1 H. Hughes not out 1 M, Griffiths b D. Roberts 1 Extras 6 Total ,74 LLANDDULAS. A. Austin not out 15 W. D. Evans c and b Stocks 0 Rev. J. W. Thomas b Smith 4 M. Pattison b Smitli 3 J. R. Evans b Smith 1 D. Roberts b Stocks 4 A. Davies c Dimelow b Smith 1 Li. Jones c Reece b Smith 0 R. J. Evans b Stocks 4 J. H. Davies b ditto 2 L. Elliott b ditto. 0 Extras 5 Total 39 LLANDUDNO COUNTY SCHOOL v. RYDAL MOUNT (COLWYX BAY). Played at Colwyn Bay on Saturday last. Scores:— LLANDUDNO COUNTY SCHOOL. Richards b Sykes 2 Goulding b Bracewell 0 Healy lbw b Newison 1 Graham b Bracewell 20 Brown c Ward b Bracewell 0 Fisher b Bracewell 11 Watson c Xewton b Bracewell 0 Symondi b Bracewell 0 H. T. Edwards c Tidmarch b Bracewell 9 Ennis c Lancaster b Newton 0 Maws on not out 0 Extras 6 Total 49 RYDAL MOUNT. j Ward st. Edwards b Watson 17 Barlow c Goulding b Graham 31 j Newton b Fisher 91 Pott,s c Healy b Fisher C Sykes b Graham 5 Bracewell b Goulding. 0 Harrison b Graham 0 Tidmarch not out- H Shillcock c Healy b Graham 1 Riggall b Goulding 10 Lancaster b Fisher 1 Extras 13 Total. 101 LIST OF FIXTURES FOR 1910. July 23.—Railway Cup Final H. Juy 23.-iVIostyn A. July 30.—Rugby H. August I.-C. K. Rowe's Moseley XI. H. August 3.—Manchester Y.M.C.A. H. August 6.—The St-rollers H. August 13.-Llanrwst H. August 20.—Earlstown H. August 27.—Mostyn H. Sept. 3.—Bangor A Sept. 10.-Gr-eat Orme Golf Club H.
NORTH WALES FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the Council of the North Wales Coast Football Association was held at Llan- dudno Junction on Saturday. Mr R. J. Hughes, chairman, presided. Mr J. W. Post, the hon. treasurer, presented the accounts for the season 1909-10, which show- ed a total income during the year of £ 141, which, with the balance brought forward, <8139, made a total of £ 280. The expenditure amount- ed to £ 189, so that- the balance carried. forward j into the present year was £ 91, a. reduction of £ 48. Mr Post explained that the receipts in connection with the Amateur Cup were £ less than in the previous year, which account- ed for the reduction in the balance. Relatively the financial position was really stronger than before. The accounts were .approved and re- ferred to the annual meeting for confirmation. The annual meeting of the Association was subsequently held, when the account's were passed, and the president (Mr R. J. Hughes, Penmaenmawr), the hon. treasurer (Mr J. W. Post, Conway), and the hon. secretary (Captain J. Llewelyn Williams, Holywell) were unani- mously re-elected. The Council was appointed as follows:—Messrs. R. Briercliffe, Beaumaris; E. A. Young, Pwllheli; J. O. Davies, Oolwyn Bay; J. Gallagher, Holywell: J. Griffiths, Flint; H. Parry, Conway: E. J. Prichard, Rhyl; J, T. Roberts, Llandudno: J. W. Fur- nival. Greenfield: J. L. Harris, Carnarvon; and Captain Clough, Denbigh. Captain J. Ll. Williams (Holywell) was re- appointed representative of the Association on the Welsh Football Council, and! it was decided to support the nomination of the president as a second representative of the Association on that. body. The revision of the rules was proceeded with, in accordance with notices given by Holyhead and FestiniÎJog Town. Among fee changes made were the following:—It was doecicliGd that the annual meeting shall in future be held in June instead of July. In the Amateur Cup rules it was agtreed fuat players should themselves sign [their full names on the registration forms sent in to the hon. secretary by the secretaries of clubs. The following new [rule was adided :EveTY club playing in this competition shall, not less than five days before the match, send to the secretary of the ,opposing club a list of players giving the full names from which the team for such match will be selected. Festiniog pro- poueod that Meirionethshir-e be added to the ,area of the Association, and this was carried, subject to the approval of the Welsh Associa- tion. who will be asked to give their assent. In order to limit more effectually the Junior Cup competition to junior players, the rule de- fining players in Ilhe competition was amended t.o tread as follows:—Players in the Junior Cup must not have played in a senior competition ,during the current season.. The Welsh Senior and Amateur Cups, Hhe North Wales Coast Amateur Cup, tlhe Cheshire, Chester and "Dis- trict. the Combination, and any first division of a league a-re to be considered senior competi- tions within the meaning of this rule.
LLANDUDNO AUTUMN CONCERTS. MOEiLWYN MALE VOICE CHOIR ENGAGED. The Autumn Concerts Committee held a meet- ing on Thursday last, Mr W. Arnold presiding, when the final arrangements were made for the three weeks 'concerts which are to be given in October by the Pier 'orchestra under their direction. It was decided to engage the well- known Moelwvn Male Voice Choir of Blaenau Ffestiniog to sing at the concert .on Thursday, October 27th. The 4choir has returned recently from an extended tour in the United States where they had a most flattering reception by large audiences in the principal states of that great country. In addition to the engage- ment of this choir the Committee have arranged for a performance of "Trial by Jury" by the Llandudno Amateur Operatic Society, and under their auspices the first Llandudno Musical Festival is to be held in the Pier Pavilion on Saturday, October 15th. Two- vocalists have been engaged for each concert, with only two exceptions, while at three con- certs three artistes are to appear. The subscriptions promised are now due, and the Committee appointed Mr J. Moody as their collector, who will be pleased to receive the amounts at his office in the Town Hall, where tihe tickets allotted to subscribers in pro- portion to the amounts contributed will be ob- tainable These tickets-7s. first seats, 4s. second seats—will not be issued after the end of August, this arrangement being made in order to secure an advantage to those who aísisist the Committee by supporting the move- ment as subscribers in advance. ADDITIONAL. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Mr Whalley (of Messrs. Braclley'-s) 0 8 0 The Rev. J. F. Reece, B.A., Llanrhos Vicarage .070 The Rev. T. E. Timothy, curate of Llandrillo- yn-Rhos, has just accepted the living of Rhesycae, near Holywell, in succession to the Rev. W. Annon Ellis, who goes to Ffynnon- grcew, near Holywell. The Rev. T'. E. Timothy I' is a graduate of Lampeter College, and was ordained i-q 1898.
MADAME MELBA. I. I Who will make her last appearance in England (prior to her visit to America) at the Pier Pavilion, Llandudno, on Saturday, August 6th.
THE CRYING OF NEWS- PAPERS. NEWSVENDOR CHARGED WITH CAUSING ANNOYANCE. At Llandudno Police Court on Monday, John Hughes, street newsvendor, Alexandra Road. was charged! with shouting out the names of the newspapers he sold in such a manner as to be a nuisance to residents, and visitors .on the Parade. Mr J. J. Marks appeared for defen- dant, who pleaded not guilty. P.O. Holdings (79) said tihat he was on duty on the Parade in plain clothes to endeavour to put a stop to the, shouting of newsboys. He saw the defendant selling papers and heard him; shout at the top of hia voice "Liverpool Courier," "Dispatch" and "Sketch." He cautioned defendant, who retorted. "Oh. that's nothing; we get that every year." He had received: complaints about accused and had cautioned him many times before. In reply to Mr Marks, the officer said he did not catch what the other boys were shouting. Mr Marks: He was not selling those papers that morning. As a matter of fact he was .selling the "Liverpool Post" and the "Daily Xews." Witness I don't know what he was selling. but he was shouting the other papers. In reply to a- further question by Mr Marks the witness stated that defendant was a nuis- ance to the manager or proprietor of the St. George (Hotel. Mr Marks: Is he here? Witness: No. Inspector Owen gave evidenc.e that complaints had been made, but in reply to) Mr Marks said he was not present on the: occasion of the charge". Mr Marks' submitted that there was no evi- dence that defendant had been a nuisance to anybody, and asked the magistrates to dismiss the charge. Deputy Chief Constable Rees: We. can't bring the visitors here to give evidence. The Clerk, replying to Mr Marks' contention, read a test. case, which after the magistrates' had convicted was taken to the High Court and the conviction quashed. Another case was, however, alluded to, and he asked the magis- trates to -adjourn the case until the next court in order that he might look the case up. Deputy Chief Constable Rees and Mr Marks being quite agreeable that course was adopted, Mr Marks undertaking that his client would give no cause for complaint in the meantime. At the close of the ordinary business a chil- dren's court was held, at which Edgar Jones (12) and William Vale (11) were charged with similar offences, and both cases were adjourned on similar conditions. Taste is what the gentleman in all walks of life possesses, and the bounder does not. I_-
LAWN TENNIS. LLANDUDNO v. LLANRWST. On the invitation of the Llanrwst Lawn Tennis Club a scratch team visited Llanrwst on Saturday last, and! was defeated by 9 matolbeis to 7, or 101 games to 75. The match was played under the most pleasant -conditions as to weather, on the beautifully situated courts of the Llanrwst Club, which lie between Gwydr Gaistle and the River Conway. The Llan- dudno team were at a, slight disadvantage, one member having lost, his clothes. RESULTS. A. Arnold and D. 0. Davies (Llandudno) beat Latimer Jones and Evan Roberts (Llanrwst) 6-5. Latimer Jones and Evan Roberts (Llanrwst) bea,t W. Hammond and 0. W. Rees Williams (Llandudno) 9-2. Latimer Jones and Evan Roberts (Llanrwst) beat W. J. G. Chantrey and W. J. Williams (Llandudno) 11-0. Latimer Jones and Evan Roberts (Llanrwst) beat A. Hulls and D. O. Davies (Llandudno) 7-4. Arnold and Davies (Llandudno) beat Pryse Williams and R. H. Jones (Llanrwst) 9-2. Pryse Williams and R. IHi. Jones, (Llanrwst) beat Hammond and Rees Williams (Llandudno:) 9-2. Prys<?' Williams and R. H. Jones (Llanrwst) beat Chantrey and W. J. Williams (Llandudno) 7-4. Hulls and Rees Williams (Llandudno) beat Pryse Williams and R. H. Jones (Llanrwst) 6-5. Arnold and Davies (Llandudno) beat Ivy Getrand and H-owel Jones (Llanrwst) 6-5. Ivy Gerard and! Howel Jones (Llanrwst) beat Hammond and Rees Williams (Llandudno) 8-3. Ivy Geraird and How-el Joines (Llanrwst) beat Chantrey and W. J. Williams (Llandudno) 8-3. Hulls and Rees Williams (Llandudno) beat Ivy Gerard and Howel Jones (Llanrwst) 9-2. Arnold and Davies (Llandudno) beat H. E. Blackwall and W. Williams (Llanrwst) 8-3. Blackwall and W. Williams (Llanrwst) beat Hammond and Rees Williaans (Llandudno) 7-4. Blackwall and Williams (Llanrwst) beat Chantrey and W. J. Williams (Llandudno) 8-3. Hulls and Arnold (Llandudno) beat Black- wall and' Evan Roberts (Llanrwst) 6-5. USED PROFANE LANGUAGE.—J. Wil- liams, 45 Alexandra Road, was at Llandudno Police Court on M-onday charged by Deputy Chief Constable Rees with using profane language in the street -on July 14th. Accused pleaded guilty, and the Deputy Chief said he had no wish to press the charge. Defendant was a good -and hajrd-working man, but had gone on the spree that week.—A fine of 2s. 6d. and costs was imposed.
MARK HAMBOURG, I I'he Famous Pianist, who will give a Recital at the Pier Pavilion on Friday • afternoon, July 29th.
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. DEDICATION OF THE NEW ORGAN. VISIT OF DR. A. L. PEACE. On Thursday next the Dedication Ceremony has been arranged to take place at St. Paul's Church, of the new organ, given by Mrs Walch at a cost of £ 1,000. At three and eight recitals will be given by Dr. A. L. Peace, Organist of St' George's Hall, Liverpool. In the afternoon there will be a short service of Dedi- cation at three o'clock, followed by the (recital, when the programme will be:- Overture to the Oratorio "Saul" (Handel); Choral, with Variations. E flat (H. Smart); Concert Fantasia, for the Organ. No. 2 (A. L. Peace); (a), Andante Grave: (b). Allegro con brio; (1) Pastorale, A major (E. T. Chipp): (2), Fugue, D major (J. E. EberlinV: (1) Air, 'Holsworthy Church Bells": (2L Choral-Song and Fugue, (S. S. Wesley): 'Contemplation. G flat major (F. Cappoci); "War March of Priests'" ("Athalie") (Mendelssohn); Hymn, Benediction. There will be a short evening service at 8, and a second recital by Dr. Peace. Programme Organ Concerto, D major (Handel); Andante with Variations, A major (from a Symphony, in D) (Haydn); Sonata Da Camera (No. 1) A. L. Peace); (1), Allegro; (2), Romanzo; (3), Allegro maestosO); (1), Theme witlhl Variations and Finale, "0 Sanctisisima, (2), Festal March, E major (E. T. Ohipp); Prelude and Fugue, D major (No. 3, Vol. 4, Peter's Edition) (J. S. Bach); Introduction and Theme:, with Varia- tions, A major (A. F. Hesse); Offertorio, E flat major (from the Collection of Organ Pieces, Book 12 (G. Morandi); Jubilee Overture (Weber): Hymn, Benediction. DESCRIPTION OF THE ORGAN. The organ is .a magnificent instrument erect- ed by Messrs1. Hill and Son, of London, It possesses three manuals, compaes of each 0 to G, 61 notes, and pedals compass C to F, 30 notes. Pedal Organ: Bass Quint (resultant), 32 feet; open diapason, 16 feet; bourdon, 16 feet; base flute, 8 feet. Choir Organ: Dulciana, 8 feet; isalicional, 8 feet; leiblick gedeckt, 8 feet; sua be and flutte, 4 feet; pioCiolo!. 2 feet; clarinet (lowest B flat), 8 feet. Great Organ: Double diapason (rood and metal closed bass), 16 feet; open diapason (No. 1), 8 feet; open diapason (No. 2), 8 feet; hohl flute, 8 feet; octave, 4 feet; harmonic flute, 4 feet; fifteenth, 2 feet; mixture three ranks); posaune, 8 Met; three combina- tion pistons to great amid pedals. The combina- tion pedals to -ditto. Swell Organ: Gedeckt, 16 feelI; geigen. 8 feet; edlio gamba, 8 feet; vox oeleistes. (c), 8 feet; rdhr and flute, 8 feet; principal, 4 feelt; fifteenth, 2 feet; mixture (three ranks); horn, 8 feet; oboe, 8 feet; clarion,, 4 feet. Three combination pistons and three combination pedals to s'well. Couplers: Choir to pedal, great to pedal, swell to pedal iswell to great, 'swell to choir, swell to octave. The organ is made of the finest- Hill tubular pneumatic action throughout.
RIVALS IN TRADE. RESTAURANT KEEPERS QUARREL. Hannah Isabel Moss eati-is her living by touting for the proprietress of the Cecil Hotel, Augusta Street, and while in the performance of her calling roused the ire of her next door neighbour,, Mrs Mary Moore, of the Euston Restaurant, and a fracas ensued which led to the latter being charged at Llandudno Police Court on Monday with assault and battery. The affray took place on July 4th, the oamse being tthe complainant's success in hooking four young ladies to tea. Mrs Moore was evidently under the impreasion that complainant had robbed her of the custom of the ladies, and, according to prosecutrix's -story, left her own premises, and after calling her a grey-headed old thing and telling her that she was not in New Brighton -gave her a smack across the face, which constituted the assault and battery com- plained of. In reply to Mr Marks, who appeared for the defence, the conipliainaiit said her daughteir did not strike Mrs Moore,, but did push her after the assault had been committed. Alil Marks: Were you incapacitated. Complainant: I worked under d'ifficulty in great pain. Mr Marks: It was a light ismack with the open hand, wasn't it. Complainant: It's possible to give a hard smack with the open hand. I felt it. Evidence in support of the charge having been given by complainant's daughter Mr Marks stated that his client had been in busi- ness in Llandudno for 27 years, and, was respected by all. She never had any trouble with her neighbours until the complainant came to tout for the people next doior. She did go to ask complainant not to interfere with peo- ple reading hetr tariff, but was pushed away by complainant and by her daughter and then committed what he might call a technical offence. Defendantarnd Mrs Parsons, another neigh- bour gave evidence (the latter attending on subpoena). After hearing the latter the Chairman said the magistrates were .satisfied a technical assault had been committed, and fined defen- dant 1.9. and costs. TEA DRINKING AND TOBACCO CHEWING. The Medical Officer of the Festiniog District in his annual report said that la: large number of quarrymen suffered from affections of the heart. He firmly believed that the main cause of this was excessive use of tobacco, particu- larly the habit of chewing. Daily they found men complaining of shortness of breath, pal- pitation, swollen legs and feet, and general lassitude. Almost invariably he found that the sufferer had for many years been in the habit of chewing tobacco. When the sufferer: ceased chewing his symptoms gradually im- proved, and he was .soon well enough to resume his duties. Excessive tea-drinking also con- tributed, but the habits of the quarrymen were much improved in this respect during later years. Why is, a celebrated county cricketer and triple Blue seen so seldom in the field now- adays ?' Because he thinks it is too hot to "see beef fry." Printed- and Published by the Proprietors, Frank Edge and Alec G. Moy. at the "Advertiser" Printing Works, Market Street, Llandudno.