COfeORflTE N DYE, lastantaucouiay Dyes the Hair or Beard a Beautiful Blonde, Brown or Black. From Chemifta or Hairdressers. 1/ 2/ 3/6. Secretly Packed POST FREE from the Laboratories, 1/2, 2/2, 3/9. Parton Son & Co., Ltd., BULL RING, BIRMINGHAM.
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Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Established 1853. (JNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Build- w ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold ouse Property, Live and Dead Farming Household Furniture, etc. VALUA- AONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mx>rt- Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully p^pared and examined. RENTS COL- j^^ED. Life and Fire Insurance Agents ff Leading Offices.—TY'N-Y-FYNWENT- J^NRWST (Telephone 15), and CEFNI ^AMBERS- LLANGEFNI. 15294 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1910. MAESCASTELL, LLANBEDR. TALYCAFN. A ITRAOTIYE SALE of 5 Pedigree Heavy *ad Light Horses, 35 Grand Shorthorn CSroesbred Cattle, 100 Welsh, and Wilt- Sheep, 2 Stacks of Prime Hay, Wheat, an^ Barley Straw, Grain, Dog Carts and Clearings, the modern Farm Implements Machinery, Dowry Uteusils, also tiue Let- 3 the whole of the well-fertilised Land, about 66 acres, in convenient lots, will be let AS perpetual tenancies, the fP^^y of Mars Roberts (who is leaving). Credit. Sale at 12 o'clock noon. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1910. GROESFFORDDLAS, MAENAN, LLANRWST. Situate caom to Main Road leading from Llanrwst to Talycafn. SALE of tho whole of the Live and Dead ( ^arming Stock, including 9 Dairy Cows with Calf at foot, others on the eve of j~Y^kg), 15 Year&ng Bullocks and Heifers, Cart Gieldixigs, 5 years old, 16 hands g » Gart Colt, useful Pony, 40 Welsh Ewes, O^teclcs of Prime Hay, Grain, Quantity of Straw, Swedes, Potatoes, Implements, J*0-, the property of Mr D. Ll. Davies (who v^g^al Credit. Sale at One o'clock. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1910. TANRALLT UCHA', ROEWEN. :SALE of the whole of the FARMING STOCK, including' five Milch Cows, 14 Bullocks and Rearing Calves, 420 >^sh. Mountain Sheep, two Sows and Stone one strong Cart Horse, 17 hands high; e Light Horses, seven Mountain Pomes, W^toee, Swedes, Mangolds, Implements, feT^ry UteosiJs, and a portion of the HOUSE- ion FURNITURE, the property of Miss ?Tea< who as leaving. Credit. Sale at 12.30 p.m. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6th, 1910. "BRNAR," PENMACHNO. tA. NNU.A;L SALE of Surplus STOCK, oom- 9 1 rt prising: 52 Grand Cattle, including i?«^ng Cows and Heifers, Prime Fat £ s (Pxizo Winners), and Store Bullocks g*5 Seitea, 30T- W-e^+fr, ^uatiiy 'Jaui Store Pigs and sewriic uunj, Fillies, and'Posting Horses. Th<e of Mrs Evans, Glanaber Hotel, ^^ooed. P-o^Tv!? Jseet "the 10.37 a.m. and 12.12 v* Trains at Bettweycoed to convey in tend- V-j^ual Credit. Sale at One o'clock. FRIDAY, OCTOBER nh, 1910. GWYTHERIN. NNUAL SALE of 150 GRAND CATTLE, to, including Calving Cows and Heifers, Bullocks and Heifers, all is splendid T^ditioaz; 00 healthy Mountain Siseep, 30 fcj^dition; 600 heaifchy Mountain Sheep, 30 Light and. Heavy Horses, Colts, Fillies, Credit. Sate at Twelve o'clock noon. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1910. t4 R EVAN B. LLOYD'S 19th ANNUAL SALE at the TALYCAFN MART j»Il50 Grand, Healthy Merionethshire, g^^jgoaeTydhire, and Cardiganshire Breed- j3C Etwee and Wethers, in Lots to suit pur- 50 Ihead of GrMtd Cattle, comprising S/T, 1 «■»! Cross-bred Cows and Heifers, Store *ocks aaid Heifers. wfi0*! Qsedit. Sale at One o'clock. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 1910. r^YFFfiTN MYMBTB, CAPEL CURIG. SBCOND ANXUAL SALE. FRIDAY, OCTOflBER14th, 1910. PENTREFONNUÀL SALE. I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th. 1910. PEN- Y-BRYEG L WYSBACH. IMPORTANT SALE OF TIVE LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STBDCK, etc. The property J. H. Joaxa, who leaving. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1910. PEN-Y-BRYN, PONTYPANT. jfcAXE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD rf FARMING STOCK, etc. property 5JtcJda wW is lajLyiiig. WEDNESDAY, (XJTOBKR lyth, 1910. ROYAL HOTEL, CAPEL CURIG. JifPOlSTANT and ATrRAorry-n SALE «f— aDo Gmed Weish Ew., thtlee and four TeM-s oid. Woiah W«tbecs, throe and four jeeacs o4d. W«JA Wither «mA Ewe Lambs (not ear ■mrbMi.).. 7 Welsh Rams and Raw Lajnbe. 20 Wekh Dairy Owwa. U* OaJra^ and Barren SeifcTH. 86 fckiwg Wekh Ball^cia, two and Uhreo jwrs old. 1 W BuJJ, 2 Projaieing WtoJeh Bull Oalvws. Reanag' CaJree; 12 Strong Store Pigs. 4 Pasting morees. U44,41 Ocxfct, Saie at TMVIe o'clock noon. UwiveyaacAe will Meet the 9.10 a.m. and -a.m. Trauae at Betfrwyooed Stafcioa. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20TH and 21st, 1910. G WERNIlIOWEL. TSTYTTY IF AN. & ^HCIISDAY d FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27th anad 28th, 1910. PLAS UGHA., LLANJBFYDD. PRELQONARY ANNOUNCEMENT. WEDNiSDAY, NX)VBMHER 30th, 1910. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. REAT CHRISTMAS PRIZE SHOW and tK SALE. Prizo List and Partioulare "will appear in K oourae. Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock Salesmen, House and Estate Agents. Nat. Telephone 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Car-, riages, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Conditions on application. Sates by Auction and Valuation of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houaes to Let, Furnished, or Unfurnished, Agents for Fiane and Life, Personal Accident and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p GELLI LYDAN, TREFRIW. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1910, SALE of LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, ANTIQUE FURNITURE, etc. lENMACHNO ANNUAL SALE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1910. SALE OF HORSES, CATTLE and SHEEP. USUAL CREDIT. By Order of the Mortgagoe. PARISH OF TREFRIW. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5th, HHO. AT THE EAGLES HOTEL, LLANRWST, at 2.30 p.m., all those Dwelling-houses or Cottagies, Gardens, and Premises, known as CANJNOL-Y-PENTRE (part of), in the re- spective occupation of Robert Williams and Richiaard Williams. For further particulars, apply to Messrs R. O. Jones and Davies, Solicitors, Llanrwst and Bl. Festiniog, or to the Auctioneers, at Llanrwst. CAERGRAIG MART, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1910. SALE of 30 Head of CATTLE, 300 dioiifca WELSH MOUNTAIN BREEDING EWES, JOO Strong three a-iiid four year old WETHERS, 50 two and three year aId OROSS-BRED EWES, 100 EWE LAMBS, 100 WELSH WETHER LAMBS, 60 FAT CROSS-BRED LAMBS, and 60 CROSS-BRED STORE LAMBS. The propeirty of Mr Harrison, Bottwsyooed. Usual Credit. GWYTHERIN ANNUAL SALE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1910. SALE OF HORSES, CATTLE and SHEEP. USUAL CREDIT. LLYS TAWEL, LLANRWST. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13th, 1910. SALE of LIVE STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc. (by instructions of Mrs Williams, "who is leaving), OAEGWYN, PONT-Y-PANT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1910. SALE of CATTLE, CROPS, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, etc. (the property of Mr R. J. Williams, who is leaving). Mr Matthew Ryan. AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late Mr Geo. F. Felton, Auctiojiear), General Certified Bailiff under the Law of Distress Amendmoent Act, EngLaaid and WaAes. MR RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales and Valuations in any district, also Inventories "-nded to on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years he has been employed on v at leadi County Houses and Hotels tihrougibout the six counties of Wales, a.nd cloorwlexe; also has arranged some of the beet Sales in those comities. r Highest references given. Prompt settle- raonrts. AUGUSTA ST. Telephoat 173 LLANDUDNO. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. By Order of the Executors of the late Ohas. I F. Jackson. SALE OF A VALUABLE FREE- HOLD SITE. MR MATTHEW RYAN will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION on FRI- DAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1910, that Highly Im- portant CORNER SITE known as JACKSON'S VINERY and GARDEN, tnetiwr with the Vineries ercefced thereon. T^bis Site has an textenlri ve Frontage to Gieddaeth-avenrne, Degamry-stroot, and New- streot, the whole embracing an area of 2084 aqu&iw yards or thereaboais. Further particulars may be obtained of ISeeare Chamberlain and Johnson, Solicitors, Trinity-aq-uare, Llandudno. Messrs Henry Maaley & Sons 1450 Horses. 205 Guineas Prizes. FINAL WEEK FOR MAKING ENTRIES. CREWE HOBBE REPOSITORY. GREAT OCTOBER HORSE SALES, JJENRY MANLEY and SONS, LTD. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11th.—Tfunirw and the North Wales Coaching Tedons. OCTOBER 12th.—of nenomxid prizxv -WJMMTTG> Show Horses, Cobs and FIMMO, and Match jBaio, and lkc Hamoooo Rorses. OCTOBER II.UnrivaBot Show amd. Sale of Heavy Draugli6 GoUkuogs oompatmg for the four pcMes value 1. oaroBM 14.rea.t Sale of Heavy Town, Licht Lurry and Parcel Van Horses. OCTOBER 15th.—Great Annnal Show and Sale of Sfctne Foals, Pedigree Shines, Cart Colts and Fiilsm. Tfaieee are the greatest sales in Great Rri- taut. NuDseraue speciad eat k,dy to hand. Schedules and entry forms on appli- oaiion. Entries fLoaily dome Tuesday next OoMh* 4th. 28562p Mr. S. Jehnston, AUCTIOBTEEE, HOUSE AGENT. VALUER INSURANCE, AGENT, OFFICE and SALE ROOM, SEA VIEW CRESCENT. COLWYN BAY. SALES BY AUCTION of HOUSES, FURNI. TURE, STOCK, FIXTURES, Etc., on Be lines. Prompt Settlements. Certificated Bailiff (Law of Distress Amend- ment Act). Rents collected. Bale Room—Commodious and Easy of Access. Telephone 119 (with extension to Redcieitoe). Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, P.A.I. MOLD. (Twenty Minutes from Chester or Wrexham). NEXT FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, at 12. 29th GREAT ANNUAL BREEDERS' SALE. 7 OOO DAIRY and STORE CATTLE, BREED- ING EWES (of all classes), FEEDING LAMBS, PEDIGREE RAMS, and RAM LAMBS. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD has much pleasure in aain-oumc,* g the above gneat AN- NUAL SALE, which is supported by all the best Biveders of the district. Catalogues from the Auctioneer's Offices, Moid. p BRANAR CALED, LLANDDULAS. SATURDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 1st, At 2 c'ciock. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD, F A I has re- ceived instructions from Nfrs Griffiths (who is leaving) to SELL BY PUBLIC A I TION, on the above date, 3 GRAND DAIRY COWS, STACK OF HAY about 8 TONS, Chaff Outter, Dairy Utensils, Plough, Wheel- barrow, 3 Wooden Sheds, MAnure, and SUR- PLUS FURNITURE, as followe: —Black Cow, calved or in-calf; Black and White Cow, due 19th Dec.; Red and White Cow, due 19th Jan.; Stack of well-harvested Hay, 3 Wooden Sheds, Rakes and Pickets, Tools, Casks and Tubs, Netting, Scythe, Flonr jjine, Iron Pipes, Pig Troughs, 2 Ladders, Plough, Hay-knife, Grindstone, 2 Stack Sheet, Pair Wheels and Axle, 2 Sponge Ba.ths, Site Bath, China Foot Bath, Wasfrsfaand and Dressing- table, 2 Pictures, Oil Stove, 2 Lamps, Wicker Chair, Folding Chair, 2 Single Iron Bedsteads with Palliasses, 2 Flock Mattresses, and Sun- dries. TERMS CASH. Auctioneer's Oliicea :—Bodfornstreet, RhyL (Tel. 60.) 28626p ABERGELE SMITHFIELD MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 3rd. at 12.30. SPECIAL SALE OF STORE CATTLE AND STORE SHEEP, in conjunction with the usual SALE OF FAT STOCK. C-HAS P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by RICHARD PEAJJCE) will SELL BY AUCTION 1500 HEAD OF FAT AND STORE CATTLE, CALVES, SHEEP, LAMRS, and PIGS. Indndted in the above are consign- ments of 500 Store Ev.-ks direct from the Hills and 25 Rains from the best known FIOCKS. Always a. good supply and demand. There was a .grand show of Stock last Sale and an excol-lent clearance. Large buyers will attend from a distance. Further entries will oblige. Offiew.-B,odfor-street, Rhyl (Tel 60). A COTTAGE RESIDENCE. NEAR TO RHUDDLAN. /"WAS. P. SHEFFIELD, F.A.I., has been favoured with instructions to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, subject «vo rym*V-yrvs <r? C~W to be th^n and i.W: produced and read, at THE TOWN HALL, ABERGELE, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, at 1.30, all that Valuable Freehold and well- built, newly-erected DWELLING-HOUSE, ffitllJatedat MORFA, about 1i miles from Rhuddlan Station, and on the Rhuddlan to Abergete-road, and known as "PORTH," Containing four exoellent Rooms on the Ground Floor, and four good Bedrooms and a Box room Upstairs. Iliero are Gard-ells at tlre Front and Rear; also A PADDOCK OF ABOUT THREE ACRES. Further particulars may be obtained from. the Auctioneer at his Offices, GJ-adstone Buildings, Rhyl (Tel. 60), and High-street, Mold (Tel. 20), or from ANEURIN O. EVANS, Esq., Solicitor, 28625p Denbigh and R-uthin. Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN BAY AUCTION MART, COLWYN BAY. TTNDERTAKES SALES of HOUSE, PRO. U PERTY, LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Etc. CERTIFICATED BAILIFF. RENTS COL- LECTED. INVENTORIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. Offices: COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. Nat. Tel. 106. 21361p COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1910. CHARLES MORGAN is favoured with 1.1- instructions to remove (from Old Col- wyn. Upper Colwyn Ray, and Victoria Park, etc.) for convenience of Sale, a large quantity of good HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, and. Sell same by Auction as above. The Furni- tuxe includes anexce-ii-ent Welsh Dresser, Oak Tables and Chairs, Oak Hat Stand aad "Hall Table, Pamtcdf Bedroom Snites, Wardrobes, Toilet Tables, Walnat Occasional Tables, Occasional Chairs in Walnut and Oak, Mallo- gany and Painted Qboete of Drawers, Walnut Cabinets with Marble Top, Music Cahin-et, Suites m Pine aad Walnut, Ovcrmaatefe, 16 Vols. Illustrated London bound half leather, Eboaiaed Cabinets, two Upright Grand Pianos, Invalid's Chair, Grandfather's Clock, Sowing- Machines, Iran and Basaas Bed- steads, Wire Springs, etc^ Oul and Water- Ooloirr Picteres, a choice Afternoon Tea Set, Old China and Ware, a consignment of Dutch Batbø direct from the grower; several Gazdem VaLMS and Tiles, and a large Cottfeo- tion of HOUSEHOLD REQUISITES. Sale to oomamwe at 1.30 prompt. On V*e»w Morning of Sale from Ten o'clock. Offices: Cbrwya Bay Auction Rooms. Mr H. F. Ashby, AUCTIONEER AND LICENSED APPRAISER, HOUSE, LAND, ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. CENTRAL AUCTION MMIT, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Freehold House and tfbop Property, Build iivg land and Estates, Live and Dead FANNING Stock, HooeAoSd Furaifcuae, etc., eto. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Probehe, Bwi- new Teanafem, Hoiekj, etc. Inventories oaref«iiy preyai^di and examined. Agent for the pdeoipaJi Inaacanoe Cotmpaaee. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTffiWfON GIVEN TO ALL MATTERS. ALL SALE ACCOUNTS SETTLED THE DAY FOLLOWING THE SALE. Certified BaiuiT under tbo Law of Distress Amendment Act. Houses to Let, Furniaihed or Urifurnialied. N.D.-The AtxetaonMarfc will be Open Daily to receive Entries for Sale. Good Class Entries soinitadt Telephone No. 121. 9, Mr. R. Arthur Jones. By Order of the Mortgagee. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. THE VALUABLE FREEHOLD COMMER- CIAL PROPERTIES known as No. 1 and No. 6, CENTRAL BUILDINGS, LLAN- DUDNO JUNCTION, situate on Conway- road, at the corner of Ronald-road and Oswald-road, respectively. MR R. A_RTHUR JONES is favoured with instructions to OFFER BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the CASTLE HOTEL, CON- WAY, att Three p.m., on FRIDAY, SEPTEM- BER 30th, subject to condutions Of Sale (if not previously disposed of by Private Treaty) the following very valuable Corner SHOPS and HOUSES: — Lot I.-All that centrally situated and weil-built Freehold Shop with Dwelling- House over, known as No. 1, Central Build- ings, Llandudno Junction, and now occupied by Mr Thomas Evans, Greengrocer and Fruiterer, at a rental of X32 per annum. Lot H.—All that Freehold Shop and Pre- mises as known as No. 6, Central Buildings, and now occupied by Mr John Houidsworth, Fishmonger, at a rental of X30 per annum. Each Lot is subject to a Chief Rent of X5 per annum. Further particulars of the Solicitors, MESSRS PORTER, AMPHLETT and CO., Conway, Colwyn Bay and Llanrwst; or of the Auctioneer, at The Estate Office, Conway. Nat. Tel. 29. p IMPORTANT TO CAPITALISTS, INVES- TORS, AND OTHERS. TOWN OF CONWAY. SALE OF ELEVEN VALUABLE FREE- HOLD COTTAGES. R R. ARTHUR JONES is instructed to A SELL BY AUCTION, at tlia CASTLE HOTML, CONWAY, at Three p.m., on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, subject to Conditions -of Sale, and unless pr- viously disposed of privately, all that Re- munerative COTTAGE PROPERTY, com- prising Eleven Houses, known as Nos. 4 to 14, PLAS ISA' PLACE, CONWAY, now well tenanted at the following rentals: — 4 houses at 2s 6d per week, 2 houses at 2s 9d per week, and 5 houses -at 3s per week. For further particulars, apply to the Solici- tors Messrs PORTElt, AMPHLETT & CO., Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Llanrwst or to the Auctioneer, at The Estate Office, Conway, N.W. 28437p "THE MOORINGS," ALBERT DRIVE, DEGANWY. MR R. ARTHUR JONES is favoured with instructions to SELL, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1910, and iollowing day il njfCDSsary, the whole of the Contents of the above recently-furnished Private Residence, almost entirely supplied by the well-known firm of Messrs Waring said G mow, 00111- pri^r- — JA/UNGE 'HALL.—Handsome Carved Uak Cupboard, Carved Oak Seat, Gramdfaibher Clock in perfect condition, Fumed Oak Oval Top Gate-legged Tabtbe, Copper Repouswe Curb, Copper Coal Box on wrotogftit iron stand, Fumed Oak Dresser (icxquisitely curved), Set of three Rush-seated Oak Arm Chairs, Ax minster Squaia, Black Skin Rug, pair Field Glassies, in leather case, by Pollard and Co., Londion; Majolica Jar- diniere, BroWhu-re Prints, etc. DlivING-ROOM. Boau-aiim Fumed Oak Suite, four small amd two Ann Qiuirs, a taost handsome 5ft. Sideboard, unique design, with bevelled plate mirror amd inlaid paneils, Tcioscopic Dining Table, square liags a.ll to (match); beautliful Wiriting Desk, Luxurious Chesterfield, it-wo Easy Cluaire upholstered in green figxrrod Tapestry en suite, Repousee Copper Uurb, Fire Irons, dogs and stopper; Copper Coal Box, Oak-framed Fire Screen, Down and Feather Cushions, Braee-mounted Oak Spirit Tantalus, witfh cut-glass Bottles cwmptete; Silver and Plated Goods. DRA.WING-P-OOM.-R-Dod Occasional Chair, Co)mer do.. Full Tridbord Upright Grand Pianoforte, dn Roacrwood caae, with Marquefeerie panel, by W. James; Music Sibool upfhoLstered in old roao silk tapeetTV, Chestertiefld two Easy Chairs to match, Ro&el wood Table, Pair R Corner Book- Cases, choice Collection of Standard Works and Novefe, leather bound; expensive Brass Curb -with Fire Irons to match, etc. BEDROOMS. Two Fumted Oak Suites, complete; Inlaid Rosewood do., Chippendale dtsign; 4ft. 6in. Bedsteads bo match, Wire and Hair Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Toilet War, Ottoman uphol- stered in figurfed cretonne; Linen, Blankets. The whol-5 of the LinoLeum, Axminster Car- pet Squares, Axminfiter Stair Carpet, the Caeenbent and Muslin Cuntaine throughout the House; Glass, Chiaa, cxpoomre Dm and Tea Services, tor with tire contents of the Kitchens, iand nmaerooe otSker Effects. On View Monday, October 3rd, and on Morning of Sale after Ten ajn. Cataloffaes now to be obtained of the Auc- tioneer, The Estate Office, (ionway. Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, at Two o'clock. IN AND NEAR ABERGELE AND RHUDDLAN. IMPORTANT SALE of VALUABLE AGRI- CULTURAL LAND. BUSINESS PRE- MISES, BUILDING SITES, and OOT- TAGES. FRANK LLOYD and SONS will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, ABERGELSJ, Thoe Vnhiabie Block of BUSINESS PRE- MISES known as the TOWN HALL BUILD- INGS, ABERGELE, comprising the Town Hell, the City and Midland Baak premises, and Shops occupied by Mr Ml-kwaxd, Draper, and Mr Davies, Grocer, together with several CoUa^es at the Tear. Sewn Valuable ACCOMMODATION FIELDS and Two COTTAGES nearly adjoin- ing the Abergele, Rhaddlan and St. Asaph rasm road. Valuable BUILDING SITES in KIIfMEL- AVENUE and ALEXANDRA-ROAD, and PASTURE FIELD adjoining the Tennis Club Ground at Pensarn. Valuable ACCOMMODATION LAND, about 62 Acres, in two lots, known as TY- COCH and being part of TY GFWYN FARM. Valuable ACCOMMODATION LAND, about 62 Acres, in four Fields, situate at TOW IN TILERY, half a mile from Foryd Station. SMALL HOLDING, known as MORFA LODGE, close to Rhuddlan Station, with valuable Accommodation Fields adjoining. Eminently adopted for Small Holdings front- ing on the St. Asaph and Aberg«2e road. Plans and particulars preparing from the Auctioneers, Wrexham; Mr Foulfces, Estato Offioe, Kinmel; or Messrs Birch, Cullunore and Dougb6. Chester. The "Pioneer" a TOoognteed aa one of the most popular newspapers in the Priocipalitj. gptandid medium for Overtkomw Mr. C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer. Land and Estate Agent. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATION of Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, etc. Immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage,Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdjatga Act. Properties and BuBaness so id by Private Treaty. Mort- gages negotiated. Properties and Estates cafwfully iLanaged, Rente colieoted; Accounts rendered to suit Clients' oon. In- ventories taken and checked. Surveys, Maps, Plans, etc., for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Ltsurances effected through any of the prin- cipal Offices. Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION and ESTATE OFFICES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, Nat. Tel. 70. RHYL. The MOST IMPORTANT POINT to con- sider when giving instructions for a SALE BY AUCTION is: WHEN SHALL I RE- CEIVE A COMPLETE SETTLEMENT? TO BE QUITE CERTAIN OF AN IMMEDIATE CASH SETTLEMENT, GIVE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS TO (^1. WESLEY HASLAM, who makes a prac- tice of Settling all Sale6 given to him DAY FOLLOWING DAY OF SALE, and who will give a written guarantee to that effect. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION. REASONABLE CIIARGES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. CASH ADVANCED (if required) on receiv- ing instructions to Sell, or if preierred will purchase outright the Whole or part contents of a House of Furniture up to any amount. ENQUIRIES INVITED. National Telephone 70. 28448p IMPORTANT PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCE- MENT. PARISHES OF RHYL, RHUDDLAN & MRLIDEN. C. WESLEY HASLAM has been instructed to OFFER bv AUCTION Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES and LAND, on MONDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1910. Other IFltB may be included. Auction and Estate OSioe, Town Hall, Rhyl. Mr. Joseph Williams. "WINTERBOURNE," MARINE DRIVE, RHYL. IMPORTANT and HIGHLY ATTRACTIVE SALE BY AUCTION of Valuable, Modern, Costly, Decorative and Antique RESI- DENTIAL EQUIPMENTS, including Solid Silver Tea and Coffoo Servioes, best Electro- plated Goods, St-eel Proof Safe, Antique Grandfather's C1-ock with Brass DiaJ and CarvK?d Black Oak Case, Antique Oak Chest, etc. 1VTR JOSEPH WILLIAMS is favoured ^itii instructions fro.i the Exceptor v ■'He TION, OIl TBCl^uA 1 and FitlDAi, Gth and 7th OCTOBER, IflO, the exceedingly Handsome and Costly RESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS, briefly comprising: Handsome 6ft. Inlaid Ped'Ostal Sideboard, 6ft. 6in. high maesive Bevell'ed Mirror Overmantel, choice Dining- room Suite, elegant 4ft. Sin. Cabinet, ex- cellent Telescopic Dining Table all in Eng- lish Oak, exceedingly costly Inlaid, Rosewood, Walnut and Mahogany Cabinets, 7ft. 6in. x 4Tt. 6m. wide; noble Spanish Mahogany Book- caae with three under Cupboards, etc.; heavy Pile Axminster Carpets, Inlaid Spanish Maho- gany Overmantel, Divan Easy Chairs with Con-ch and Single Chairs to match, Marble and.Gilt Timepieces, several Pairs of Bronze Figures, Oilpaintings, Steel Engravings, ex- pensive Musical Box ('eight airs), massive Curbs and Fire Appliances, excellent Upright Iron Frame Pianoforte with Trichosd, Check- action, Ivory Keys, etc., in Polished Walnut Case by Ever aid and Son, English Oak Hall -and with mirror and drawers, Hall Chair to match, Steel Fire-proof Safte enclosed in Mahogany Case, Antique Eight-day Grand- father's Clock in Carved Black Oak Caee and Brass Dial, Antique Oak Chest, etc. Wal- nut Bedroom Suite, comprising 4ft. Hanging Wardrobe, etc., handsomely de- signed -itch-Pine 6ft. 6m. Wardrobe fitbed with hanging reoess, sliding trays, etc.; Sevon-Tier Mahogany Gent's Chest of Drawers, highly finished Mahogany Bow. front Chest of Drawers, Brass and Brass- nio-antod Bedsteads, Wire Woven, Hair and Wool Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, 6ft. Grained Kitchen Cupboard with 12 drawers and three enclosed Cupboards, Bradford's Washing and Wringing Machine, new Wiofcer Invalid Bath Chair, 6ft. Iron Frame Garden Seat, etc., etc. Exoellent Bed an-d Table Liner solid Silver Tea and Co £ £ ee Services, best EIEwtro-pl-atied Good.3, Cutlery, Cases of Carvers. Dessert and Fish Knaves and Forks, China Tea and CoSeo •services, Glass, etc., etc. Saie to coramenoe each day at 11.30 o'clock. OsfcBMgrues obtainable from the Auctioneer TÀoe. Auctioneer wishes to draw the atten- tion of the Public to the Excellent Qualitv and Design of the whole of the Furniture. Further paurticalars may be obtained from t4 Auctioneer's Offices: Countv Chambers 4, Qu.w.c, Rhyl (Tel. 179), "and Stafford Chambers, Prestatyn. Mr T. W. Griffith. BAY VIEW LIVERY STABLES, TY GWYN-ROAD, LLANDUDNO. IMPORTANT to CAJB and CARRIAGE PRO- PRIETORS and OTHERS. "|&/S~R T. W. GRIFFITH is instructed by the XTJL Ropwsentafcrwes of the late John Da- vies, doeeased, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUC- TION ou the-above Pitoanses, on SATURDAY NhLVi, OCTOBER 1st, 1910, the following1 Valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK:- 3 Capital Carriage Horses. 2 Caprtai Landaus. 2 Capital Pour Wheejers. 1 Capital Spring Shandry. 1 Small St4.ck of Hay, Chaff-Cutter, etc, SaJe at Two p-m. prompt. Messrs 0. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16, STATION-ROAD, OOLWYN BAY, TELEPHONE NO. 27. SALES and Valuations of Landed Estates, Freehold and LeascfcoJd Property, Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furaifcune, etc. Valuations for Probates, Mortgage, Hotel, Tntde Stocks, etc. Fire Loss Asseesor. Agent for the principal laaosance Oilioe6. Mortgages »egotiated. Inventories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to all matters with IMMEDIATE SETTLE- MENTS. 19834ji Messrs. Wm. Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. CAXTON BUILDINGS, BANGOR CHoad Office), and TRINITY-SQUARE, LLANDUDNO. Telegrams:—Dew son, Bangor. Telephone No. 15. Dow so*- Liandudno. Toiepfaone No. 47. PRELIMINARY NOTICE, IN AND NEAR THE CITY OF BANGOR. IMPORTANT SALE of Valuable FREE- HOLD PROPERTIES, comprising Build- I ing Sites, occupying the very best positions in Bangor, and enjoying exquisite views, and having frontages to Siliwen-road, College-road, Upper Garth-road, and Bryn- meirion-road, including the Brynmeirion Woods aDd Camp Field. FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES with frontages to Hoiyhead-road, Sackville-road, and Deinioi-road, and situate in the most private and select part of the City. A Valuable FREEHOLD PLOT OF LAND with frontages to Garth-road and Love- lane, opposite St. Mary's Church. Capital FIELD or BUILDING SITE, with long frontage to Upper Garth-road and Love-lane, and commanding pleasant views. Useful YARD, WORKSHOPS in Drum- street and COiapel-street. Two COTTAGES and GARDENS in WeU- st-roet. A Well Walied-in GARDEN and good STABLES in Mount-street. The Well-built and Commodious BUILD- ING, lately used as the General Post OFFICE, and being situate in the best business part of High-street. Three DWELLING-HOUSES in Garth, being Nos. 1, 3, and 4, SACKVILLE- TERRACE, GARTH-ROAD. A Choice and Valuable Comer BUILD- ING SITE with frontages to Victoria Drive and Menai Avenue, Upper Bangor. Also < Valuable FREEHOLD ACCOMMODA- TION LAND or BUILDING LAND in West End, and adjoining the Railway. PltEllliOLD BUILDING LAND .with frontages to Carnarvon-road, Penchwintan- load, ajid Ainon-road. Also ACCOMMODATION FIELDS or BUILD- ING SITES with frontages to Belmont- Road and PenrhosgGruedd-road, com- manding pleasant views, and Gardens ad- joining Penchwintan-terraoe and in Ainon- road. The FREEHOLD FARM of PEN1- FFRIDJ, Accominodatioil Land, and the Freehold Ground Rent secured upon a Gardener's Cottage thereon. The FULLY LICENSED PREMISES known as the ANTELOPE INN (near the Menai Suspension Bridge), together with choice Building Sites and the two Cot- tag-es and Gardens known as Tvcrwn or Lime Kiln Cottage and Menai Cott~.„e. 1\ MESSRS WM. DEW and SON will Ox FER U- FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, j.. VER' >LI • ° "■ NOTE.—The Auctioneers beg to draw the attention of Buikkra, Capitalists, Investors, and others to the above important Sale, as it comprises some of th-e finest Building laud in the Principality, and is eminently suit- able for the erection ox Private Residences, Terrace, Detached or Semi-detached Villas;' also Land suitable for the erection of modern Workmen's Cottages, for which there is a grt demand. Particulars, Pkins, a.nd Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs Carter, Vincent ana Co., Solicitors, Bangor and Carnarvon; at the Auctioneers' Institute, 34, Russell- square, London, or of the Auctioneers, at their Offices, at Bangor and Llandudno. Mr Frank Jewell. PRESTATYN, NORTH WALES. MR FRANK JEWELL, in conjunction with Messrs Brown and Co., Lbd., will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the GROSVENOR HOTEL, CHESTER, era SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st, 1910, at Three p.m., all !that Valuable FREEHOLD COUNTRY RESIDENCE known as "TER- FYN," PRESTATYN, together with the Stabiee, Gaaxtens, and Grounds, Cottage and Land thereto. The Property is situate 1 miles from Pres- tatyn Main Line Station, and occupies one of the choicest positiona on the North Wales Coast. The Houw 19 dharrangly picturesque in A-maign, is DWIõt eufeetantially built, amd in excellent preservation. Particulars, Plans and orders to view may bo "had from Messrs Brovrn and Co., Ltd., The Crypt, Chester; Messrs Jolliffe and Hope, Solicitors, St. John-street, Chester; or Mr Frank Jewell, Prestatyn. 28532p By Order of the Executors of the Late Anthoay Bradley, Esq. "TERFYN," PRESTATYN. 1; Miles from Prestatyn Railway Station. MR FRANK JEWELL will SELL by AUC- TION, on the Premieas, entirely with- out reserve, on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1910, and two following days, the whoie of the Contents of this well-known Residence, comprising tie costly Appointments of the various Bedchambers, consisting of Braes, Iron, and Inlaid Mahogany Bedsteads, excel- lent Bedding, Waedrobes, Toilet Stands and Toilet GAaases, some fine old Hepplewhite Ckarre, handsome Skk-board, highly carved massive Dining Table in pollard oak, Dining Suite in brown oak and green leatiuer, fine old oak Cupboard Tri-darn, Inlaid Cabfaets, Onmmey and Pier Glasses, &-dAy dock, old oak st, Billiard Table in oak, convertible into Settee or Moek's Bench; Sevres and OrutaJ. China, Oil-paintings and Water- colour Drawings, fino old Sporting Prints after John Leech, exceedingly fine Carpets aad Rugs, Kitchen and Donieetic Requisites, Goae, Riftes, Garden Seats, Mo wore, Rollers, Patent Fencing, Pony, Driving Float, Hax- neis, and oqec F-ffectis. Sale to commenoe each day at 11 o'clock. On view Monday, October .3Td. from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission by Catalogue only, prioe 6d each, which can be had from the Auc- tioneer, at his Office, Station Yard, Pres- tatyn. Mr George F. Byford. VALE OF CLWYD AUCTION MART, RUTHIN. The 21st Great ANNUAL STORE SHEEP SALE, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 1910 (Ruthin Fair Day). 3000 to 2500 Pedigree Shropshire, South Down, dun, Radnor, Cross-bred, Welsh, and Sooteii Breeding Ewes. 500 Shropshire, Cheviot, and Cross-bred Lambs for Stock and Winter Feeding. 100 Pedigree Southdown, Shropshire, Lei- cester, and Wekh Rams and liam Lambs. The Sale, being held on the usual Monthly Fair Day. will comm-enoe with Fat Cattle and Calves at 10 a.m. sharp. G. F. BYFORD, 28671p Auctioneer, I PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDUDNO PIER COMPANY (LIMITED). Secretary Mr. Stmuel Hugha. THE PIER COMPANY'S POPULAR CONCERTS. Morning at 11 Evening at 7-45. PIER COMPANYS ORCHESTRA Conductor: MR. ARTHUR W. PAYNE. Deputy-Conductor MR. WALTER HAIGH. OCT. 1St to 4th, MR. ARCHIE ANDERSON (Baritone). OCT. 5th to 8th, MISS HILDA CRAGG-JAMES (Contralto). TWENTY-SECOND GRAND SPECIAL CONCERT SATURDAY, OCT. 1st. MADAME ADA CROSSLEY (Contralto). MR. ARCHIE ANDERSON (Baritone). nV- EEKLY TICKETS, 3/6 and 2/6; MONTH- V, LY. 16/- and 12/ ADMISSION TO PIER, 9 to 12-30 nooa (during Concert), 3d 12-30 to 6 p.m., 2d.; after 6 p.m., 6d. SPECIAL CONCERTS Admission, 1 Front Seats, 1/- extra. -SACRED CONCERT- On SUNDAY, at S.15 p.m. GENERAL HOLIDAY AT RHYL. ~ff>Y REQUEST' of several Tradespeople and -■ others, and in agreement with other I Towns in North Wales, I hereby announce that it Js desired that I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1D10, be observed as a I GENERAL HOLIDAY AT RHYL' iivt: ox tbe Åug-t Bank Holiday). w ri&y Biiib ior ExcuiSion Trains to Dublin, r, Liverpool, Manchester, Wol- verhampton, Birmingham, Harrogate, Lon- don, Llandudno, etc. (Signed on behalf of the Rhyl Urban District Council), A. RHYDWEN JONES, Chairman of the Council. Council Offices, Rhyl, 20th September, 1910, COLWYN BAY SCIENCE, ART, AND TECHNICAL COMMITTEE, APPLICATIONS are invited for the posts A aa Teachers under the above (Jom- mittee, tas folio we, siz. Home Nureing Class, for which 4s 6d per hour will be paid. Gemenal Elementary Scienoe, for which 4s 6d per hour will also be paid. Applications, endorsed ''Home Nursing" or "Gheneral Elemfoiltar y Scieaoe," must be sent to me not Jatar than MONDAY NEXT, the 3rd OCTOBER. F. J. HOLMES, Secretary, Bank Chambers, 27th September, 1910. 2866 — COUNTY OF DENBIGH. "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the »ert GENERAL QUARTER SESSIONS OF THE PEACE FOR THE COUNTY OF DEN- BIGH, will be held at the COUNTY BUILD- INGS, in WREXHAM, in the said Couatv, oa FRIDAY, tfce 21st day of OCTOBER, 1910, at 10.30 o'clock a.m. for the Trial of Piusovers, the Hearing of Appeals, and all other Business relating to the County over which the Court has jurisdiction. All Jurors, Prosecutors, and Witnesses aro required to be in atteadanoe at the abovo- nained hour. W. R. EVANS, Clerk of the Peaoe. County Offioes, Ruthin, 24th September, 1910. ^•B.—Instructions for Indictments should bo sent to my offioe (if praoticabie), four days &t loeaøt .beiv the Seasions. 28661p CONWAY UNION. SITUATIONS WANTED for two boys e&e& 14.—A^ply for particulars to MillS Roberts, Boys' Home, Woodlands, Con war. Applications to be sent to me on or be<r«ro t«h» 7th October. T. E. PARRY, Clerk. 23rd Sept., 1910. 28678p THE POISONS AND PHARMACY ACT, 1908. TO MR J. CLARKE JONES, OF RUTHIN, AND TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. rpAKE NOTICE that I, tfoe undjereigned, intend to apply for a licence to seU, and k open shop for the sale of, the poi- sonous substances to which Section 2 of the Potaoss and Pharmacy Act, 1906, applies. Dated this "h day of September, 1910, E. T. ROWLANDS, General Dealer, I^axfarr, 28S73p Abergele. R. ROWLINSON, DECEASEDj A LL persons having any claim or demand acainisrt the Estate of Robert Rowlinson, Sate of Llye Caradoc, Bettws-y-oood, Grooer, deceased, are requested to send in particulars .thtesooif forthwith to us the undersigned. GRIFFITH and ALLARD, Solicitors to the Executor. Uanrwst-, 27th September, 1910. For vinaindEu- of Public An see "k