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Auction. c„;w[Jew & Hooper, ^R,CMW,Y' KeV^olaS! 7ALIIATI0NS of Landed ir*4 Po r°?ertv T> •, .Vease^oId Business Premises, Stnot rr^and, Hotels, Live and WTC Plate Household Furniture, Pictures, ^SIJq ^a^^atiou f'^T—pnrnished & Unfurnished. 0t Sal'. Houses, Building Estates, JTRia0tLet in iiencea' an^ Business Premises LIFE a11 P^TS of North Wales. ATE AND GENERAL INSURANCE NCj5ce8 oceil^iGENTS- ^°lwvn b Most prominent and central ^Putlicity t lf11^ Conway, thus affording a^l Auction Announcements. & WEDNESDAY, & 18th JUNE, 1902. ^ftGETT?01* HAULOG, R°_^COLWYN EAY- •K A- DEW & HOOPER !W.' ^ho ig j1Ve<^ 'natructions from Mrs. Hannah l?a to by Auction on the l8th Jr'm TTJESDay & WEDNESDAY, a^sQDew 1902, the whole of the well- v SOTJS! W^T COTT D APPOINTMENTS, Pianoforte, by Oetzman & Sons, a lar§e quantity of SILVER Sni ATED GOODS, Office Furniture V at 1^50 • YtiOl' to clock PromPt each day. On view the 0>es in d the mornings of Sale. Vw ^berg rf course °f the Auctioneers, Llew- olwyn Bay, and Castle Street, #a?:5:=2=:==_^ 4552 ROGERS JONES ^l^VALUERS, LLANRWST. t>^ESDAY, JULY 2nd, 1902. MART PERIODICAL KCTS &of Fat & STORE CATTLE, RiJrRKERS, Fat WETHERS ^S) N LAj|ftQ ross-bred LAMBS, Couples I^K a*6 at 12-50 o'clock prompt; ^FERLL°YD & SONS, & ST. ASAPH. JJORSES. H V ES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. r On W » 0 Y D & SONS m ??^sDAv "^el1 °n Q°We«ul NEXT- JUNE 18th— .VA teat Coring from 16.1 to 17.2. sP ^l«1TI&ss,DIY':p1c9ol £ Leti'ion thisda7- at^8' an<f°v ^orses' Lurry, Parcel, C,CtU°-30 o Young Horses. NlsSue Triarf0,lalef each day at 12. 8 ready n^°f u,'descriptions guaranteed. next Crewe Sales, July 16, 17, y^======^ 4607 W. GRIFFITH, K VAL U ER' LLANDUDNO. ^APEL STREET, LLANDUDNO. O5FFITH is instructed by iS^^Esmv" Pul:1ic Auction as xfi°^8^le°ftheM^Y NEXT, JUNE 18th, and Useful %v "^Pto^^ITURE & EFFECTS. s*riiTm 2t Q% COTTM^?P-UNE 20 21- ^^°6L-^NU1?'I0NAT THE PUBLIC jU^4^°ODs LDER'S and other IROlf- ^^EER^TER DAVIES, ^^VALUER. LIVERPOOL. H °S* of\H L & ^Mortgagees. By lie?» R DAVIES, Wrx°mt:' at 4-50 p-m- prompt, V6 ^4li^El<:Bn?^TTEL' RHYL, the Valu- S?„LD RESIDENCE, known kS^ sni^'ch ia °n Brighton-road, Rhyl. the o utial s^fi08,0,1?6^ by a short carriage 'Hi, k °ind Tci artlstic construction, and ¡a. el1. eQ by a. Und Floor a êpacioUB Hall, whlCh \NpoJt^ Ptoii00r,a Spacious Hall, which rj °Hed T? £ ,ria ? Verandah Vestibule; a.8j rpQTfeP^on Rooms; the Draw- > oinf1"6. are t-J)eC- °Pen to Iofty Con- Offi0o° lnterior Lavatories and °0Hi?leut8 are sPaci°us and of full ^St\Q,1^s Storerie"f are six Bedrooms, also B!!?'1aild Linen Closets, of n Gardpn weH-grown trees and > a?6 aJid othlr parts being in The Vinery and other ('oachwnt c°ndition. Wl^«iHSe0«S»*i twoamdl Stables, ^ol ,SePli f?ers, 8 p olograph may be obtained 0f fi-n e &' Liverpool; from 111 H South John-street, 34, Srwu^i Esq., Solicitor, th John-street, Liverpool* Sales by Auction. Messrs. WM. DEW & SON Auctioneers, Bangor, Llandudno and Carnarvon. NORTH WALES. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. NEAR THE MENAI STRAITS AND THE TUBULAR AND SUSPENSION BRIDGES. THE GADLYS ESTATE together with PLAS LLANSADWRNFARM ,and) TY'N Y CNWC, in. all comprising 401a. ir. 36p. or thereabouts. JYIESSRS. HAMPTON & SONS IN CONJUNCTION WITH MESSRS. W. DEW & SON are instructed by the Trustees of the late GEORGE MCCORQUORDALE, Esq., to offer the above- Charming Residential, Sporting and Agricultural Estate to Public Auction at the BRITISH HOTEL, BANGOR, on FRIDAY, JUNE 13th, 1902, at 1-30 o'clock prompt, IN LLANSADWRN PARISH. Lot I: GADLYS RESIDENCE & HOME FARM, TY'N Y CNWC, AND PART OF PLAS LLANSADWRN. This Lot contains an area of 218a. 2r. 30p. or there- abouts, and comprises the above-named Charming Residence, which stands in Timbered, Park-like and Ornamental Grounds, commanding one of the finest views of the Carnarvonshire range of mountains. It is conveniently placed about 2 miles from Menai Bridge Station, about four miles from Bangor, and the same distance from the sea-side resort of Beau- maris, and is approached by good and extremely picturesque roads. There are two Entrance Lodges, and the internal accommodation is very well arranged and complete with all modern requirements (details of which will be found in the particulars of sale). It has fine Kitchen and Flower Gardens, in which are Ranges of Conservatories, Hot-houses, and a Palm- house, also Tennis Courts, and well laid-out Shrub- beries, and the Stabling is modern and compact in every way. The Home Farm, which surrounds the Residence, comprises some of the best land in the Island, and the Outbuildings are all newly-built and commodious, and include Bailiff's and Coachman's Cottages, etc., etc., and there are several other Cottages on the Property. IN THE PARISHES OF LLANSADWRN AND LLANDEGFAN. Lot 2: PLAS LLANSADWRN FARM (part of) AND PARTS OF CEFN COCH. This is a Grand Farm, comprising an Area of 182 a. Or. 21p. or thereabouts, of excellent Arable, Pasture and Meadow Land, and portions of it might be util- ised for building purposes. There is a comfortable Farm House, with excellent and ample Outbuildings, and the Sporting over this Lot and Lot 1 is excellent. Particulars, with a Plan, together with orders to view, may be obtained of MESSRS. BAKER & NAIRNE, Solicitors, 3, Crosby-square, Bishopsgate, London, E.C.; of Mr. Isaac Taylor, Estate Agent, Coleshill Cottage, Holywell; or of the Auctioneers, Messrs. Hampton & Sons, 1, Cockspur-street, London, S.W., and Messrs. W. Dew & Son, at Bangor, Llandudno, or Carnar- von. 4430 MR. FRANK JEWELL, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, PRESTATYN. 12, VICTORIA AVENUE, PRESTATYN. Being favoured with instructions from the Trustees of the late Mrs. Angus, jyi R. FRANK JEWELL will Sell by Public Auction at the above address on TUESDAY, JUNE 10th, 1902, the whole of the VALUABLE FURNITURE, comprising brieflyMahogany Dining Tatye, 6 Single Chairs and Carver's Chairs in Spanish Mahog- any and Solid Leather, Massive 7 feet Sideboard in Spanish Mahogany with Mirror Back, Pianoforte in Walnut Case by W. V. Luck & Co., London, Walnut Secretaire, Handsome Bronze Timepiece, Weather Glass and Timepiece combined in Brass Frame, Walnut Cheffonier, Oval Walnut. Table, Carved Ebonised Chairs in Crimson Plush, Music Stands, Music Racks, Dessert and Tea Services, Valuabie Oil Paintings and Water Colour Drawings, Quantity of Valuable Books, Handsome Chest of Drawers in Mahogany, also Wardrobe and Toilet Tables, Bed- steads, Blankets and Bedding, Linen, Cutlery and Plate, Gas Cooking Range by Wright & Co., Hand Sewing Machine, Culinary Utensils, and the whole of the Household Requisites, etc. On View day prior to Sale from 2 o'clock to 4 o'clock. Sale to Commence at 11 o'clock sharp, and not at 1 o'clock as shown on the Posters. Catalogues may be had from the Auctioneers, Auction and Estate Office, Prestatyn. c5J MR. F. BRUCKSHAW, AUCTIONEER J& VALUER, LLANDUDNO. MASONIC HALL, LLANDUDNO. Attractive Sale of Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, three Pianofortes, Harmonium, Spanish Mahogany-top Writing Table with suite of 16 drawers and cupboards, Grandfather Clock in Oak Case, Turzan and Greek Ware Vases, &c., &c. 1MR. F. BRUCKSHAW has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction on TUESDAY NEXT, JUNE 17th, an assemblage of excellent and well-made FURNITURE, Velvet Pile, Brussels, and Tapestry Carpets, &c., &c. On view day prior to Sale. Sale at 2 o'clock. Offices, Masonic Hall, Llandudno. 4595 Sales by Auction. Messrs. CLOUGH & CO. AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, DENBIGH. SALE OF SURPLUS FORAGE &c. AT THE YEOMANRY CAMP, MYDDLETON PARK, DENBIGH. MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO. are in- structed to Sell by Public Auction at the above, on SATURDAY, JUNE 14th, 1902, viz.The SURPLUS YEOMANRY FORAGE in suitable lots, including English White Oats, Pure White Crushed Oats, Broad Bran, Mixed Provender, Prime Baled Straw and Peat Moss Litter. Sale at 11 a.m. prompt. Terms: Cash. 4570 YEOMANRY CAMP, MYDDLETON PARK, DENBIGH. MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO. have received instructions from Messrs. Wright and Son, the Contractors, Redditch, to Sell by Public Auction at the above, on FRIDAY, JUNE 20th, 1902, viz.:—100,000 feet of lin. Flooring and Deal Boards 50,000 feet of 2jin. x 3in. Scantlings; 50,000 feet of Quarterings; several Wooden Erections, Nails, Bolts, &c., all in suitable lots, measurements of which will be given time of Sale. Sale at 11 o'clock, prompt. Terms: Cash. 4571 MESSRS. H. R. HUGHES & Co., Auctioneers, Valuers, Land and Estate Agents, Accountants & Mortgage Brokers, ERSKINE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. At LLANRWST on Market and Fair Days. MARKET HALL, LLANRWST. SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE CARTS, LURRIES, &c., on SATURDAY, JUNE 21st, 1902. Sale at 12 o'clock prompt. 4589 GREENWICH HOUSE, COLWYN. TUESDAY, JUNE 24th, 1902. Sale of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. MESSRS. H. R. HUGHES & CO. ir A will Sell by Auction, on the premises, on the above date, a large consignment of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c. Sale at 1 o'c,ock. Further Entries solicited. C12J PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. IMPORTANT Sale of Modern & Antique HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., on MONDAY, JUNE 30th, 1902. Sale at 1 o'clock p.m., prompt. 4590 TO FARMERS, DEALERS, BUTCHERS AND OTHERS. MARINE HOTEL, OLD COLWYN. MESSRS. H. R. HUGHES & CO. beg to announce that at the request of several Farmers and others, they will hold a Sale by Auction about the middle of JULY, of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and PIGS, at the above place. Entries may be sent to the Auctioneers by post direct, or to Mr. J. W. LLOYD, Marine Hotel, Colwyn. The usual terms and conditions. Auction and Estate Offices, Colwyn Bay and Llanrwst. 4591 Marriott, Whittaker & Co., AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, LLANRWST. LLANRWST HORSE REPOSITORY. FIRST SALE, JULY 17th, 1902, OF HEAVY AND LIGHT HORSES AND PONIES. Auctioneer:—G. F. WHITTAKER, Llanrwst. M R. J. E. DAV I I- S, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, MOLD. AT BODYNGHARAD, RUTHIN, About two miles from the Railway Station. Highly Important and Attractive Sale of Valuable HOUSEHOLD F U RNITU RE, Oilpaintings, Water Colours and Engravings by eminent artists, Services of Silver and Electro Plate, China, Glass, Linen, Cellar of Wine, Guns, Fishing Rods, &c., &c. MR. J. E. DAVIES begs to announce his instructions from the Representatives of the late Dr. J. T. King, to conduct this Important Sale on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JUNE 19th and 20th, 1902, commencing each day at 11 o'clock prompt. May be Viewed on Tuesday, 17th June, from 2 to 5 o'clock p.m., by Catalogue only, which may be obr tained from H. DAVIES-COX, Esq., Accountant, Hamilton Chambers, Birkenhead; or from the Auctioneer, ll,Wrexham-street, Mold 4541 GEORGE PERKINS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, RHYL and ABERGELE. BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENT,PRACTICAL VALUER TO THE GROCERY, PROVISION, WINE AND SPIRIT, HOTEL, AND DRAPERY TRADES. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. 3221 Public Notices. The Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board pursuant to the Public Health Act 1875, that for the purpose of supplying water within its District and on the report of Mr. Thomas Booth Farrington the Sur- veyor of the said Board (which is a Local Authority) whereby it appears that it is necessary that certain water mains should be carried into, through, across, under, or on certain lands without the District of the said Local Authority and certain works for water supply carried out thereon (all which lands, water mains, and works are hereinafter more particularly described), the said Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board will, on or about the 10th day of October, 1902 (being three calendar months after this notice and after due service of copies thereof on all persons entitled under the said Statute to be so served), commence the construction or extension of certain water mains and works for water supply pur- poses without its District. The description of the said lands and of the nature of the intended work is as follows :— A line of Cast Iron Pipes, 15 inches internal diameter, commencing at a point on the main road from Conway to Llanrwst, near the Woollen Factories at Dolgarrog, and from there in a north-easterly direction across lands shewn on the 25-inch Ordnance Map, and num- bered 101,102, 84, 86, 82, 6b, 64, 65, 54, 28, and 27, under the River Conway, across lands numbered 30, 35, and 36 under the London and North-Western Railway Branch Line, Llandudno Junction to Blaenau Festiniog, across land numbered 220, to the main road, Llanrwst to Colwyn Bay, on the Denbighshire side of the River Conway; then along the said road through Tal-y-Cafn across Furnace Bridge to Bodnant Lodge, and then across lands numbered 84, 83, 81, 667,666, 664, 648, 640, 641, 611, 574, 576, 573, 545, 547, 548, 520, 519, 509, 512, 511, 483, 484, 48R, 488, 485, 487, 478, 491, 477, 493, 494, 695, 474, 470, and then along the main road through Llansantffraid, Glan Conway, to Sarn-y-Mynach, all such works being situate in the respective Parishes of Dolgarrog, Llanbedr, and Maenan, and all being in the County of Carnarvon and the Parish of Eglwys- fach and Llansantffraid, Glan Conway, in the County of Denbigh. AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN that a plan of the intended work is now open for inspection at the office of Thomas Booth Farrington, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., Engineer to the said Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board, situate at Trinity-square, Llandudno. If any owner, lessee, or occupier of such lands, or Overseer of such parish, or any owner, lessee, or occupier who would be affected by the intended work, or other person entitled to object (if any), objects to the said work, he must serve a notice in writing to that effect upon the said Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board, by leaving the same at my Office, within the said three calendar months, and thereupon the intended work will not be proceeded with without the sanction of the Local Government Board, unless such objection is withdrawn. Dated the 4th day of June, 1902. (Signed) T. E. PARRY, Cleik to the Conway and Colwyn Bay Joint Water Supply Board. High-street, Conway. 4593 IF EDITH ROBINSON does not claim the Furni- ture stored with Messrs. Jarvis & Foster, Bangor, about two years ago, within seven days of the publi- cation of this notice, it will be sold to defray expense. 4572 Legal Notice. In the matter of a Deed of Assignment for the benefit of Creditors executed on the 16th day of October, 1901, by WILLIAM DAVIES, of Nant Isa, Llanfairtal- haiarn, in the County of Denbigh, Farmer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all Creditors and other persons having any claims or demands against the said WILLIAM DAVIES, are required to send particulars thereof in writing to the undersigned, as Solicitor to George Perkins, of Brynffynon House, Abergele, Auctioneer and Valuer, the Trustee under the said Deed of Assignment, on or before Thursday, the 26th day of June, 1902, and all such Creditors and other persons who have not already executed or assented to the Deed are hereby required to execute the same at my Office, Town Hall, Abergele, or assent thereto on or before the said 26th day of June, 1902. otherwise they will be excluded from the dividend about to be declared by the said Trustee. Dated this 10th day of June, 1902. EDW. A. CRABBE, Town Hall, Abergele, cllj Solicitor for the Truetee. The Bankruptcy Acts 1888 and 1890. In the County Court of Carnarvonshire holden at Portmadoc and Blaenau Festiniog. IN BANKRUPTCY. No. 10 of 1902. Be DAVID JONES, Senior, and DAVID JONES, Junior, trading under the style of DAVID JONES & SON, both of, 17, Station-road, Llanrwst, in the County of Denbigh, Coal Merchants. I GEORGE BOWLER, of 30, North John Street, Liverpool, Chartered Accountant, hereby give notice that I have been duly appointed and certified by the Board of Trade as Trustee of the Estate of the above-named Bankrupts. All persons having in their possession any of the effects of the Bankrupts must deliver them to me, and all debts due to the Bankrupts must be paid to me. Creditors who have not yet proved their debts must forward their proofs of debts to me. GEORGE BOWLER, Trustee. 30th May, 1902. 4533 KAY & ED Ci ti I L L, Auctioneers and Valuers, PROPERTY, INSURANCE & COMMISSION Offices:- AGENTS. 3721 Oxford Buildings, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay. If "Pioneer" advertisements did not pay, the demand1 bn space would. not have more than doubled in the last twelve months. Coach Tours. J. Fred. Francis' Coaches (SUCCESSOR TO EDWIN JONES). Time of Starting and Returning (Weather and other circumstance permitting). The Loop.—DUKE OF YORK leaves the Mews 9-30 a.m.; returning at 6-45 p.m. Fare, 10s.; Box Seats 2s. extra. 56 miles. To and from Bettws-y=Coed.—A FOUR-IN-HAND COACH leaves the Mews daily at 10 a.m.; returning at 6-30 p.m. Fare for the Round, 7s.; Box Seats, Is extra. 40 miles. To and from Penmaenmawr.-The TOURIST leaves the Mews at 2-30 p.m. returning at 6-15 p.m. Fare, 4s. Box Seats, Is. extra. 23 miles round. To and from Rhuddlan Castle, City of St. Asaph, Marble Church, and Kinmel Deer Park.—YE OLDE TIMES leaves the Mews at 11 o'clock; returning at 5-15 p.m. Fare, 5s.; Box Seats, Is. extra. 28 miles round. To and from Bodnant Hall.-On Tuesdays and Satur- days only. Leaves the Mews at 2-30 p.m.; returning 6 p.m. Fare, 3s.; Box Seats, Is. extra. 16 miles. Any of the Coaches can be Engaged Privately at a Day's Notice. Should weather or other circumstances prevent the Coach from going, the Fare will be returned. In wet weather each Coach is provided with Water- proof Rugs and Capes. A 'Bus runs to Rhos Pier and Golf Links, also to Colwyn. Particulars from Coach Mews. CARRIAGES of all descriptions for Hire. SADDLB HORSES ON HIRE. RIDING AND DRIVING TAUGHT. NOTICE TO VISITORS AND OTHEBS.—Under no circum- stances will Public Conveyances from Colwyn Bay be allowed to Drive through the grounds of Gwrych Castle, the Residence of the Earl of Dundonald, without a ticket from J. Fred. Francis' Office. Days of Admission: Mondays and Fridays only. BOOKING AND INQUIRY OFFICE:— The MEWS, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 1. TelegramsMews, Colwyn Bay." 4142 THE FIRST-CLASS FOUR-HORSE COACH "ROYAL OAK" IS NOW RUNNING DAILY FROM Bettws=y=Coed to Llanberis Leaving the Station and Royal Oak Hotel after the arrival of the train which leaves Colwyn Bay at 8-35 a.m., returning in time for 6-55 or 8.30 trains. Single Fare, 5/- Return Fare, 7/6 Coachman's Fee, III- Through Tickets may be obtained at all Stations. 4346 EDWARD PULLAN, Proprietor. MOTOR CAR TOUR. Bettws=y=coed to Corwen, Via Pentrevoelas and Cerrigydruidion. "T\/rE. EEES P. DAVIES'S DAIMLER MOTOR CAR leaves Bettws-y-Coed Railway Station daily, after the arrival of the 9 a.m. train (weather and circumstances permitting. FARE, 3d. per mile. Distance to Corwen, 22 miles Please book in advance. Apply REES P. DAVIES'S COACHBUILDING WORKS, BETTWS-Y-COED. 4274 Steamer Sailings. The Steamers of the ST. GEORGE'S S-S. Co., Ltd., will ply (weather and other causes permitting) on one of the most beautiful Rivers in Wales, between Deganwy,Conway & Trefriw JUNE, 1902. eoiiin<r From From From Date of Sailing. Degranwy Conway Trefriw 13 Friday. 3 10 pm.. 3 20 pm.. 5 5 pm 14 Saturday 4 15 pm.. 4 25 pm.. 6 15Jpm 18 Wednesday ..7 55 am.. 8 0 am.. 9 50 am 19 Thursday 8 35 am.. 8 40 am..10 30 am Fares: Fore End, 1/ Cabin & Deck, 1/6; Return, 2/6 Fares according to distance Doubtful if Steamers will reach Trefriw. For the convenience of Passengers, Luncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at the Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. For further particulars apply to Messrs. P. & H. Lewis, Conway and Llanrwst; Messrs. Roberts & Co., Quay, Conway; The Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw Mr. Slater, Photo Artist, Mostyn St.,Llandudno; Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Penmaenmawr; Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy; and at all the principal Hotels in the Beighbour hood. Please note the name of this Company's Steamers— "ST. GEORGE" & "HEW ST. GEORGE" 4431 DAILY (Sundays Included) SAILINGS From LLANDUDNO & MENAI STRAITS By the L & NW SS Co's Splendid Steamers St Tudno," St Elvies" and" Snowdon," Every Day (Sundays included) until end of September, between Beaumaris, Bangor, Menai Bridge and Liverpool Saturday, June 14, extra sailings to Liverpool and Menai Straits For further particulars, apply at any of the Pier Gates, or to the Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Company Limited, 40, Chapel-street, Liverpool. 4494