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SALES BY AUCTION. Robert and Rogers Jones, LLANRWST and COLWYN BAY. Nat. Tel. 15. Nat. TeL 69. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. Established 1863. UNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and »m»a- ing Estates. Freehold and Lea^hold House Property. Live and Dead Farming btoc Household Furniture, etc. D ■ VALUATIONS for Tenant Eight. P.oDate and Mortgago Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and ex- amined' RENTS COLLECTED. Ltfo and .FÚo Insurance Agents for too Lead- ing Offices. Offices: TY'N-Y-FYNWENT, LLANRWST, and # PENRHYN ROAD (Opposite G.P.O.), COL-" WYN BAY. 15294p LIST OF FORTHCOMING SALES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1908. PENYFFORDD, LLANGWSTENYN, CONWAY. SALE of the FURNITURE and OUT-DOOR EFFECTS. Re THOMAS FOULKES. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, 1308. PANT-Y-GRAIANOG, CONWAY. SALE of Seven Tons of Prime HAY, Vertical STEAM ENGINE, SHEEP RACKS, Ex- cellent DOG CART, SHANDRY, PATENT CHAFF-CUTTER, OILCAKE CRUSHER, LEATHER BELTING, etc., etc. Sale at Two o'clock. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1908. fAl-BACil, DWYGYFYLCHI, PENMAEN- MAWR. SALE of the Modem HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS, the property of Mr Beaumont, whose lease is expiring. c Sale at One o'clock p.m. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 19C8. "PLAS DRAIN," LLANDDOGET. SALE of the FARMING STOCK, GRAIN, ROOT CROPS, etc. The property of Mr John Owen. Sale at 12.30 o'clock. MONDA Y, NOVEMBER 30th, 1908. ITIALYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE of Fat Buttocks, Heifers, Cows and Bulla. Calving Cows and Heifers. Store Bullocks and Heifers. Fat Cross-bred Lam ha. Fat Wethers and Ewes. Fat Pigs and Calves. Sale at 12.30 o'clock. J Mr. H. F. Ashby, AUCTIONEER and LICENSED APPRAISER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT, WYNNSTAY CHAMBERS, CONWAY-RD., COLWYN BAY. SALES BY AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Freehold House and Shop Property, Build- ing Land and Estates, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc., etc. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Probate, Busi- ness Transfers, Hotels, etc. Inventories carefully prepared and examined. Agent for the principal Insurance Companies. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MATTERS. ALL SALE ACCOUNTS SETTLED THE DAY FOLLOWING THE SALE. 22756p TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24th, 1908. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. MR H. F. ASHBY will SELL BY AUCTION, as above, a quantity of Antique and Modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Solid Oak 5ft. Pedestal Office Desk, etc., etc. Sale to commence at 1.30 p.m. sharp. Further Entries solicited. 22868p Mr George Perkins. BRYN-Y-BIA, HIGHFIELD PARK, RIIYL. IMPORTANT and ATTRACTIVE SALE of Valuable, Antique and Modern OAK and MAHOGANY FURNITURE, Costly UP- RIGHT PIANOFORTE, a Rare Collection of OLD CHINA, Very Fine Pair of CARVED GILT CONSOLE TABLES and MIRRORS, Various Volumes of BOOKS, Superior LADY'S BICYCLE, Several BOTTLES of OLD PORT and SHERRY, Etc., Etc., which MR GEORGE PERKINS ha& received in- structions from Mrs J. Roberts (who is going abroad) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the above Premises, Without Reserve, on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1st, 1908. Sale to commence at Eleven o'clock prompt. Terms: Cash. On View Monday, November 30th, between One and Four p.m. For further particulars and Catalogues apply to the Auctioneer, at his offices, Abergele and Rhyl. 22917p Mr. Ernest Jones, 35, ABBEY STREET, RHYL. TUESDAY NEXT, NOV. 24th. MR ERNEST JONES will SELL BY PUB- LIC AUCTION, useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, on the above premises. Sale to oomm once. at 2.30.-Auction and Estate Offices, Bodfor-street, Rhyi. Tel. 67. p PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT OF ATTRACTIVE SALE. CLOVELLY, SANDRINGHAM AVENUE, RHYL. THURSDAY and FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3rd and 4th. MR ERNEST JONES has received instruc- tions from A. E. Osborne, Esq., who is going abroad, to SELL BY PUBLIC COM- PETITION, the excellent APPOINTMENTS, contained in the above Residence, including valuable Oil-paintings, Engravings, Curios, and Bric-a-brac. Admission by Catalogue, which can bo obtained of the Auctioneer, 7 days prior to the Sale.—Auction and Estate Offices, Bodfor- street, Rhyl. Tel. 67. p RELIGIOUS SERVICES. LLYSFAEN PARISH CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICE j fto FreeA SALES BY AUCTION. Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNQ JUNCTION, Auctioneer* and Valuers, Live Stock Sales- men, House and Estate Agents. Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horeee, Carriages, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Condition on application. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Landed Iktatee, House Property, Live and Dead Fann- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houses to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident, and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p RE REV. J. PUGH EVANS, DECEASED. THE RECTORY, LLAHDDOGET., One Mile from Llanrwat. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26th, 1908. AND NOT AS PREVIOUSLY ANNOUNCED. IMPORTANT and ATTRACTIVE SALE of i- RARE OLD OAK FURNITURE, the HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, and a Valu- able LIBRARY of BOOKS, absolutely without Reserve. Sale at 11 o'clock. Catalogues of the Auctioneers. RHOS FARM, LLANRWST. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1908. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, the property of Mr Llewelyn Roberts Sale at 12.30 p.m. Usual Credit. GARTHYPIGAU, LLANRWST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1908. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, CROPS, Etc., the property of Mr Arthur Davies. Sale at 12.30 p.m. Usual Credit. Messrs Wallis and Scott, PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. THE VICARAGE, PRESTATYN. IMPORTANT SALE of Substantial, Modern and Valuable Antique HOUSEHOLD AP- POINTMENTS. MESSRS WALLIS and SCOTT, having been instructed by the Representatives of the late Rev. O. J. Davies, M.A., will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on THURSDAY, DECEM- BER 3rd, 1908 (and following day if necessary), the whole of the contents of the above Vicarage. Catalogues a few days prior to Sale. Further particulars in future announcements. Auctioneers' Offices: High-street, Prestatyn. Mr. Chas. P. Sheffield. NEXT MONDAY, NOV. 23rd, at 1 o'clock. (Commencing with the Sale of Sheep). ABERGELE SMITHFIELD. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD will SELL 700 prime I Fat, Dairy, and Store CATTLE, SHEEP, LAMBS; PIGS, and CALVES. Tip-top Trade last Sale: nearly every head changed hands. Numerous inquiries for Fat Cattle and Sheep for next Monday's Sale. Grand lot of Buyers will attend from all parts, also for good Store Cattle. Commission Fourpence in the Pound. Cash to Sellers day of Sale. 22935p Mr. F. A. Dew, 1 AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, VALUER, AND LAND AGENT, OOLWYN BAY and CONWAY. Telephone Nos.:—COLWYN BAY, 21; CONWAY, 2x3. Established 1889. SALES and VALUATIONS of Landed Es- tates, Freehold and Leasehold Business Premises, Property, Building Land, Hotels, Live and Dead Farming Stock, House- hold Furniture, Pictures, Books, and Plate. HOUSES TO LET, Furnished and Un- 1 furnichod. Information given of Housee, Building fo. tates, Fums, Country Residences, and Business Premises for Sale or to Let in all parts of North Wales. FIRE, LIFE, a.nd GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS. The Offices occupy the most prominent and r oentral positions in Colwyn Bay and Conway, thus affording unequalled publicity to all Auo- tion Announcements. p C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Affent. SALES BY AUCTION and VALUATION of Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, etc. Immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act. Properties and Businesses sold by Private Treaty. Mortgages negotiated. Proper- ties and Estates carefully managed, Rents col- lected; Accounts rendered to suit Client's con- venience. Inventories taken and checked. Sur- veys, Maps, Plans, etc., for any purpose. Build- ing Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances effected through any of the principal Offices. Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION and ESTATE OFFICES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, Nat. Tel. 70. RHYL. =- .0 LEGAL NOTICES. JAMES WOOD, DECEASED. Pursuant to an Act of Parliament 22 and 23 Viofc. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ail creditors and persons having any claims or mands upon or against the estate of James Wood late of Ty'n-y-Maes Colwyn Bay in the County of Denbigh deceased who died on the 3rd day of October 1908 and whose Will was proved by Catherine Wood, George Bennington Wood, Stanley Wood, and Jonathan Harlow the Executors therein named on the 3rd day of November 1908 in the St Asaph District Pro- bate Registry are hereby required to send in the particulars of their claims and demands to the undersigned the Solicitors of the said Execu- tors on or before the 31st day of December 1908 AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that after that day the said Executors will pro- ceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto having re- gard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have notice and that they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 6th day of November, 1908. WRAGGE and CO., A. Bennetts Hill, 22844P. INnAiqabua. „ SALES BY AUCTION. Messrs û. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years* Local Experience). Late Messrs Booth and Sandy, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16, STATION-ROAD, COLWYN BAY. TELEPHONE No, 27. SALES and Valuations of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farming Stock. Household Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Hotet, Trade, Stocks, eto. Fire Ion Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offiees. Mortgagee negotiated. Inventories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to &U mattem with IMMEDIATE SETTLEMENTS 18834p BRYN DEDWYDD, ABERGELE-ROAD, OLD COLWYN. Having received instructions from Miss Watts (who is giving up housekeeping), MESSRS G. PERKINS and co. will SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, Without Reserve, on the above Premises, on FRIDAY, NOVEM- BER 20th, 1908, the Superior Modern and Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, Briefly comprising: Walnut Frame Dining-room Suite, Marble Timepiece by J. Russell and Sons, Occasional Tables and Chairs, massive Old Oak Settle, Grandfather's Clock, Indian Dhurry Car- pet, Old Oak Chest, Quantity of Books, Walnut Sideboard, Antique China Rose Bowl on Walnut supports, Violin in case, Golf Clubs, Indian Vases and Curios, Tapestry Carpet, excellent P. P. Bedroom Suite, six pieces, Brass and Iron and Combination Bedsteads, Spring and Wool Mattresses, and other Bedroom Requisites, large Sycamore Kitchen able, Wringing and Mangling Machine, etc., etc. On View Morning of Sale. Commence at 1.30 sharp. Terms Cash. 22871p BRYNTIRION, MELIDEN ROAD, PRESTATYN. MESSRS G. PERKINS and CO. have re- -LVA- ceived instructions from Miss Munroe to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the above Premises, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1908, the Valuable, Modern and Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Works of Art, costly Venetian Vases, Stately Grandfather's Clock, elegant Drawing-room Suite, Pollard Oak Sideboards and Suites, Steel Fire-Proof Safe, Mahogany and Ash Bedroom Suites, Rare Old Lantern Clock by W. Bowger, Leadenhall-street, London, Mahogany Cabinet, etc., etc., etc., Governess Car, Set Black Harness, Croquet Set (new), etc., etc., etc. Catalogues now ready. View Day, Wednesday, November 25th, 1908, Twelve noon to Four p.m. Sale to commence at Twelve o'clock sharp. Terms: Cash. The Residence is to Let, apply to the Auctioneers. 16, Station-road, Colwyn Bay. Tel. 27. 22818p Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN BAY AUCTION MART. COLWYNoBAY. UNDERTAKES SALES of HOUSE PRO- U PERTY, LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. CERTIFICATED BAILIFF. RENTS COL- LECTED. INVENTORIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. Offioes: COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. 21361p COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS TUESDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 24th. 1908. MR CHARLES MORGAN will SELL BY AUCTION, as above, a Collection of FURNISHINGS, including excellent American Organ and well-made Bath Chair, in good condition; Walnut Sideboard, Dining and Bedroom Furniture, Pictures, Toilet Ware, Tables, Chairs, Wardrobe, Bedsteads and Bedding, Mail Carts, an excellent Bicycle, and a Collection of Fancy Goods, etc. Sale to oommence at Two o'clock. Further Entries solicitod. Prompt settlement guaranteed. Offices: Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. P.S.—SALES of FURNITURE held each TUESDAY until further Notice. 22816p COLWYN BAY, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, 1908. TO CONNOISSEURS, ART COLLECTORS, CURIO DEALERS, AND PARTIES FURNISHING. MR CHARLES MORGAN is instructed to prepare for SALE BY AUCTION, as above, a Collection of Excellent and Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS, comprising genuine Old China and Hand-Painted Ware, Rare Old Plaquea in Brass and Copper, handsome Chippendale and Sheraton Cabinets, Table and Chairs, masdive Dining Table, Turkey, Axmin- ster and other Carpets of choice designs, valuable Oil Paintings and Engravings, specimens of Old Oak, two Pianofortes, Grandfather's Clocks, and a variety of Decorative Artioles of rare and choice designs, Old Books, etc., etc. Catalogue in due course. Nat. Tel. 106. Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. 22817p Mr. Matthew Ryan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late Mr Geo. F. Felton, Auctioneer), General Certified Bailiff under the Law of Dis- tresa Amendment Act, England and Wales. Mr Ryan is prepared to undertake Sales and Valuations in any district, also Inventories at- tended to on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years he has been employed on valuations at leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the six counties of Wales, and elsewhere; also has arranged some of the best Sales in those coun- ties. Highest references given. Prompt settlements. AUGUSTA RT (Nearly opposite the XXUVTUOXA OX. Railway Station), Telephone 173. LLANDUDNO. EDUCATIONAL. COLWYN BAY. WILTON HOUSE SCHOOL FOR GIRLS (Recognised by the Board of Education). THOROUGH MODERN EDUCATION AND HOME CARE. Successes at Oxford Local and Musio LaJDA 19755p THE MISSES MORRIS. The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular papers in the Principality. Splendid rawdiam far Mivertusck
IN PARLIAMENT. Session 1909. PRESTATYN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. (Purchase by Compulsion or Agreement of the Undertaking of the Prestatyn Gas Company; Vesting of same in the Council Transfer of Powers Additional Powers relating to Gas Supply; Maintenance and Improve- ment of Works; Supply in Bulk; Meters Fittings and Apparatus; Wind- ing up and Dissolution of Company Amendment of Prestatyn Water Act, 1901 Raising of gauge at Ffynnon Asaph; Town Hall and Offices; Further powers of control over sea- shore and promenades; Streets and Buildings Sewers and Drains Sani- tary Provisions Sunday Trading; Police Provisions Entertainments and Advertising Borrowing Powers Subscriptions; Byelaws; General Provisions Incorporation Amend- ment and Repeal of Acts.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session by the Prestatyn Urban District Council (in this Notice referred to as "the Council ") for an Act for all or some of the following purposes, namely:— 1. To empower the Council to purchase by compulsion or agreement the Under- taking, rights, powers, and properties of the Prestatyn Gas Company (in this Notice referred to as "the Company"), to provide for the transfer to and vesting in the Council of the said undertaking, rights, powers and properties, for the application of the purchase money and the payment of the Company's debts, for the taking over by the Council of the mortgage debt of the Company and for charging the same on the revenue of the Gas Undertaking of the Council or on such securities as may be mentioned in the intended Act for the redemption or extinction of any Mortgage debentures and debenture stock of the Com- pany and for the winding- up and dissolu- tion of the Company, to confirm and make all necessary provision for carrying into effect any agreement between the Company and the Council entered into prior to the passing of the intended Act for the sale and purchase of the Undertaking or otherwise in relation to the matters aforesaid. 2. To provide for the settlement by arbi- tration (in default of agreement) of the amount of purchase money or compens ilion for, and the terms and conditions of the transfer to the Council of the Company's Undertaking, rights, powers and properties and for the settlement of all other questions in relation to, or connected with, the transfer and to amend or repeal the Prestatyn Gas Order 1892. 3. To authorise the Council to carry on the Gas Undertaking acquired by them and to construct, erect, lay down, provide, maintain, and from time to time enlarge, improve, alter, renew or discontinue gas- works upon the lands hereinafter described, to purchase such lands by compulsion or agreement, and upon such lands to manufacture and store gas and materials employed in or about the manufacture of gas, a'nd to convert and manufacture and store all or any products resulting or arising from the manufacture of gas. The I lands hereinbefore referred to are as fol- lows Certain pieces or parcels of land in the parish and urban district of Prestatyn in the County of Flint and numbered 245 and 246 on the Ordnance Map of the said parish (Scale -J-MTCJ, Second Edition 1899) containing three acres or there- abouts. 4. To authorise the Council to supply gas for all public and private purposes within the Urban District of Prestatyn and such other limits as may be prescribed by the intended Act. 5. To make provision in regard to matters incidental to the Gas Undertaking of the Council, including the following :— The price, pressure, quality and testing of gas, the regulation of pipes and fittings on consumers' premises, the provision of anti- Huctuators; the period of error in defective meters, the laying down of pipes in streets J not dedicated to the public; the exemption of the Council from liability to supply gas to persons in debt to them in respect of other property, and from liability to penal- ties in cases of unavoidable accident, the payment of interest on deposits, the service of notices, the acquisition of patent rights, the allowance of discounts, the imposition, recovery and application of penalties, and to require gas consumers to give notice before removing. 6. To empower the Council to sell and let on hire or otherwise deal in, fix, and repair meters, pipes, fittings, engines, stoves, lamps, slot-meters, cookers, heating and other apparatus incidental to the sup- ply, use or consumption of gas and to ex- clude the same from liability to distress or to be taken in proceedings in Bankruptcy. 7. To authorise the Council to purchase and take on lease lands, houses, and build- ings, and to hold, sell, and dispose of the same, notwithstanding the provisions of the Lands Clauses Acts, and to erect and main- tain dwelling-houses for persons in their employ. 8. To empower the Council to levy and recover rates, rents and charges for the supply of gas and for the sale and hire of meters, stoves, and fittings, and to alter existing- rates, rents and charges. 9. To empower the Council and any Local Authority company or person within or beyond the limits of the intended Act, to enter into and fulfil contracts and agree- ments in relation to the supply of gas by the Council in bulk or otherwise. 10. To alter vary or extend the provi- sions of the Prestatyn Water Act 1901 and the Prestatyn Water Order 1881 so as to secure to the Council a larger and more regular supply of water from the Ffynnon Asaph Spring, and in particular to alter vary or repeal aH or any of the provisions of Sections 20 and 21 of that Act, II. To raise or require the raising of the gauge at the Ffynnon Asaph Spring so as to allow the passing of water through the pipe constructed under the powers of the Prestatyn Water Act 1901 at all times. 12. To authorise the Council to acquire by compulsion or agreement the lands shown on the deposited plan and described in the deposited book of reference herein- after referred to and to erect and furnish a town hall with offices and conveniences thereon, to alter existing buildings, to let the same for concerts and entertainments or other purposes, and to advertise the same. 13. To enable the Council to construct or require the construction of sand shields or fences to prevent sand from being blown off the seashore, and to require landowners to take proper means to prevent sand being blown off their lands. 14. To make it unlawful for persons to throw rubbish or filth on the seashore, or to take sand or shingle therefrom, and to provide that the seashore shall be deemed to be a public street or place for certain police purposes. 15. To empower the Council to make bye-laws for the regulation and control of J persons on the seashore or promenades for prescribing the nature of the traffic for which the seashore and promenades may be used, for regulating the selling and hawking of any article, commodity or thing thereon or elsewhere in the district, and for the preservation of order and good con- duct among the persons frequenting the same; and also bve-laws for the prevention of danger, obstruction, nuisance or annoy- ance to persons using the seashore, and with regard to bathing, to provide that Section 171 of the Public Health Act 1875, and Section 69 of the Town Police Clauses Act, 1847, shall apply to bathing tents or huts, to require the provision of boats for the protection of bathers, and to authorise the Council to license pleasure boats and boatmen. 16. To confer further powers upon the Council in reference to the laying out of new streets, the erection of new buildings and the construction of sewers. 17. To prevent the formation of culs de-sac, to enable the Council to define the future line of streets, to prevent the washing of sand and soil on the streets from adjoining property, or the flowing of water on to footpaths, to prune trees and shrubs overhang- ing streets, to require intersecting streets, and to provide that the continuation of ex- isting streets shall be deemed to be new streets, that no building is to be allowed in any new street unless such street has been sufficiently defined and that the eleva- tion of all buildings erected on lands which I by reason of any public improvement be- comes front land shall be subject to the ap- proval of the Council. 18. To authorise the Council to require separate sewers for surface water and for sewage, with further provisions consequent thereon, to require the construction of en- larged sewers under certain circumstances, to require that all communications with existing sewers of the Council be made by the Council at the expense of the owner or occupier of the premises concerned, to amend and extend the provisions of Section 19 of the Public Health Acts Amendment Act, 1890, to em- power the Council to order that two or more houses are to be drained by means of a combined drain, and to provide for the payment of the cost thereof and to exempt, if thought fit, the buildings of railway companies from this part of the Bill. 19. To provide that a watercourse which may be choked or silted up shall be deemed to be a nuisance under the Public Health Acts and to prevent the throwing of solid matter into any stream and to enforce and recover penalties in respect thereof. 20. To make further provision for im- proving- the sanitary condition of the dis- rict and particularly to require plans to be submitted to the Council on the recon- struction of drains, to impose penalties for the improper construction or repair of water closets or drains and for wilful damage to drains, water closets, privies or ashpits or apparatus connected there- with, to enforce the provisions of section 112 of the Public Health Act, 1875, so as to include the frying of fish as an offensive trade. 21. To prohibit street cries and noises, to regulate Sunday trading, to require street musicians to desist when called upon to do so, to prevent rubbish being thrown about the streets, to provide street orderly bins, and generally to make further pro- vision for the local government of the dis- trict. 22. To enable the Council to provide pavilions and concert halls and entertain- ments therein and to advertise the perform- ances thereat and otherwise in connection therewith. 23. To enable the Council to borrow further monevs for any of the purposes of the Bill upon security of anv of the re- venues of the Council and the district fund and general district rate and to provide for the repayment of such moneys and the suspension of the sinking fund or instal- ments of principal. 24. To provide that all moneys borrowed or to be borrowed for the purposes of the Bill or for the purposes of the gas or water undertakings of the Council shall not be reckoned in the limit of borrowing fixed by the Public Health Act, 1875. 2.). To empower the Council to sub- scribe sums not exceeding an amount to be fixed by the Bill towards any hospital lifeboat institution or for any other chari- table or benevolent purpose. 26. To make such further provision with regard to the evidence of appoint- ments of officers of the Council, the con- firmation of bye-laws, the recovery of de- mands and penalties, the right of appeal, the authentication and service of notices, the application of penalties, the indemnifica- tion of persons acting under the powers of the Act, imposing penalties on an occupier refusing execution of Act, by whom in- formations are to be laid, powers of Act to be in addition to other powers, the saving for indictments and that justices shall not be disqualified. 27. To incorporate with or without amendment the provisions of the Lands Clauses Acts, the Gasworks Clauses Acts 1847 and 1871, and any other Act or Order relating to the Council or the Company, and to vary or extinguish any rights or interests affected by the Bill. ► ,¡ AND NOTICE is hereby given that I duplicate plans and sections describing the lands which may be taken under the powers of the Bill together with a book of reference to such plans, containing the names of the owners and lessees or reputed owners and lessees and of the occupiers of such lands, and also a copy of this Notice as published in the London Gazette, will, on or before the 30th day of November instant, be de- posited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Flint at his office at Mold and also with the Clerk to the Urban District Council of Prestatyn at his office at Prestatyn. Printed copies of the Bill will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the 17th day of December next. Dated this 13th day of November, 1908. JOHN HUGHES, Clerk to the Council, Prestatyn. BAKER & Co., 54, Parliament Street, Westminster. Parliamentary Agents.
IN PARLIAMENT. Session 1909. CONWAY GAS. EXTENSION OF AREA OF SUPPLY. ADDITIONAL POWERS. (Extension of Limits of Supply; Applica- tion of Powers to Extended Limits; Pro- visions as to Sale and Hire of Engines, Etc., Automatic Supply Machines; Pro- tection of Fittings Supply of Gas in bulk inside and outside Limits; Refusal to Supply in certain cases; Breaking up Private Streets; Application of Funds; Borrowing and Repayment of Money; Discounts; Rates Rents and Charges; Reserve Insurance and Renewal Funds; Powers to make Agreements with Local Authorities and others; Incorporation and amendment of Acts; Incidental Powers.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ap- plication is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session by the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Bor- ough of Conway (hereinafter referred to as "the Corporation and "the Borough" re- spectively) for leave to bring in a Bill for the following or some of the following pur- poses (that is to say) To extend the area of supply of Gas of the Corporation so as to include in addi- tion to the Borough the lands hereinafter described forming portions of the Parishes of Llangystenin and Llechwedd respec- tively both in the County of Carnarvon and to empower the Corporation to sup- ply Gas within such extended area and to make provisions for the levy and re- covery of rates rents and charges for the supply of Gas. The lands hereinbefore referred to are :— That portion of the Parish of Llangys- tenin in the County of Carnarvon and in the Rural District of Cowav which is in- cluded within the area bounded bv a line which starting from a point where the municipal boundary of the Borough of Conway meets the foreshore of the River Conwav on the South side of the London and North-Western Railway Line pro- ceeds along the said Muncipal Boundary to the point where the said Boundary meets the fence of Tyn-y-felin Farm thence in a North-Easterly direction along the said fence and on to Mynydd Pydew thence in a South-Easterly direction along the fence of Y-scyrin thence to the West to Cae-dan-Mynydd thence in a South- erly direction along the public footpath to the Northern fence of Cil Llidiart Cottage thence in a South-Easterly direction to the County Boundary at the North side of the Railway and crossing the Railway follows the "County Boundary to a junc- tion of the fence and stream at the South end of the East field which borders the branch line of the London and North- Western Railway (Llandudno to Blaenau Festiniog Branch) and thence cutting the end of the Embankment Wall proceeds to the Foreshore along which Foreshore it runs in a North-Westerly direction un- til it rejoins the Muncipal Boundary. That portion of the Parish of Llech- wedd in the County of Carnarvon and in the Rural District of Conway which is included within the area bounded on the North by the Municipal Boundary of the Borough of Conway thence from the boundary stone near Coctmor Wood by the stream known as Afon Nant to the Turbine House in Stott's Brick Field thence by a line to the Scuth-West corner of the same field thence by the North side of the Sychnant Road to the junction of Derwen Deg Lane thence by the Western side of the same Lane to the grounds of Cartref Melus thence crossing Derwen Deg Lane by the fence and ditch bordering Ravens Crag fields and thence in an Easterly direction by the course of the stream which passes on the North side of Erw Leucu and on the South side of Hendre Bach and across the Hendre Road to its junction with the Afon Gyffin which is the Muni- cipal Boundary of the Borough of Con- wav and thence Northwards by the said Municipal Borough Boundary to the point joining the North Boundary of the said area. To empower the Corporation to sell let for hire fix repair and remove engines stoves ranges pipes and other fittings for lighting for motive power warming ven- tilating heating cooking and for all or any of the purposes for which gas can or may be used and automatic meters and apparatus for the automatic supply of and payment for gas and to provide all materials and works necessary or proper in that behalf and to demand and take such remuneration or rents and charges and make such terms as may be agreed upon and to exempt fittings let for hire from liability to distress and from liabi- fit), to be taken in execution under process of Court or under any proceedings in Bankruptcy. To enable the Corporation and any County or Local Authority Company or person within or beyond the limits of supply to enter into and carry into effect contracts and arrangements for or with respect to the supply by the Corporation of gas in bulk or otherwise and to con- fer upon the Corporation for the pur- poses of such supply power to break up streets and bridges outside the limits of supply and therein to lay down and main- tain pipes and other apparatus. To empower the Corporation to lay gas mains pipes and apparatus in any street or road projected or laid out but not dedicated to public use. To empower the Corporation to refuse to supply persons in debt to the Corpora- tion in respect of other property and to make provisions with respect to the notice to be given to the Corporation by persons quitting premises or ceasing to take a supply of gas. To empower the Corporation for all or any of the purposes of the Bill to apply any of their Funds Rates and Revenues and independently of any other borrowing Z, power to borrow monev on the security of the Borough Fund and Borough Rate the District Fund and General District Rate the Gas Undertaking of the Cor- poration and other property real and per- sonal of t.ie Corporation or any of such securities and for that purpose to execute Deeds and t:.rant and issue Mortgages Bonds Debentures and Annuities and to make such provision for the repayment of borrowed moneys as the Bill may pre- scribe and to levy rates and confer vary and extinguish exemptions from the pay- ment thereof and to make provision with respect to the application of the Revenue of the Gas Undertaking of the Corpora- tion and their Accounts and the formation of Renewal Insurance and Reser. e Funds for the purposes of the Undertaking. The Bill may incorporate with itself subject to any extension alteration or variation which may be deemed expedient all or any of the provisions of the Public Health Acts, the Gasworks Clauses Act 1847 as amended by the Gasworks Clauses Act 1871 and the Companies Clauses Acts 1845 to 1889 and may ap- aply for the purposes of the Bill re-enact repeal alter and amend :he provisions of the Conway Gas Order 1880 confirmed by the Local Government Board's (Gas) Provisional Order Confirmation Act 1880 and any other Act or Acts Order or Orders relating to the Corporation or their Gas Undertaking as may be deemed expedi- ent and will confer upon the Corporation all such rights and privileges as mav be deemed necessary for effecting the ob- jects of the Bill and will vary and extin- guish all rights and privileges which would interfere with any of its objects. NOTICE IS HEREBY^GIVEN that on or before the 30th day of November 1908 a copy of this Notice as published in the "London Gazette" will be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Carnarvon at his office at Carnarvon and with the Town Clerk of the Borough of Conwav at his office at Conway with the Clerk of the Tarish Council of Llangystenin at his office at Conway with the Clerk of the Parish Council of Llechwedd at his residence at Henrhyd Conway and with the Clerk of the Rural District Council of Conway at his office at Conwav. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that printed copies of the intended Act will be deposited in the Private Bill Office of the House of Commons on or before the 16th dav of December next. Dated this 17th day of November 1908.- W. THORNTON JONES, High-street, Bangor, Solicitor for the Bill, A. RHYS ROBERTS, 63, Queen Victoria-street, E.C. Parliamentary Agent. I'
IN PARLIAMENT. Session 1909. CONWAY GAS BILL. THE MUNICIPAL BOROUGH OF CONWAY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that pursuant to the Borough Funds Acts 1872 and 1903 a Special Meeting of the Council of the Borough of Conway (being a governing body mentioned in the said Acts) will be held at the Council Chamber Guild Hall Conway on Wednesday the 2nd day of December 1908 at 3 o'clock in the afternoon for the following purposes :—To consider and determine on the propriety of the promoting of a Bill in the next Session of Parliament for the.purposes of extending the area of Gas Supply of the Corporation. so as to include lands forming parts of the adjacent parishes of Llangystenin and Llechwedd and to empower the Corpora- tion to supply gas within the extended area and make provision for the levying and recovery of rates rents and charges and to apply the powers of the Corporation to the extended area to provide for the sale and hire of engines, stoves, fittings, etc.; to supply gas inside and outside limits; to re- fuse to supply to break up private streets; to provide for the application of funds the borrowing of moneys and for the repay- ment thereof and interest thereon and foe < ther purposes And to pass a resolution (if it be deemed expedient) authorising the promotion of such Bill or such other resolutions as may be agreed to thereon and also to resolve if deemed expedient that the costs and ex- penses in relation to the promotion of the said Bill be charged upon and paid out of the District Fund and General District Rate or other the Public Funds and Rates undec the control of the said Council of the Bar* ough of Conwav. Dated this thirteenth day of November 1908. M. J. MORGAN, Mayor. T. E. PARRY, Town Clerk.