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Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Established 1853. UNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Build- ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold House Property, Live and Dead Farming citock, Household Furniture, etc. VALUA- TIONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mort- gage Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared and examined. RENTS COL- LECTED. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for the Leading Offices.—TY'N-Y-FYNWENT- LLANRWST (Telephone 15), and CEFNI CHAMBERS- LLANGEFNI. 15204 THURSDAY and FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20th and 2ist, 1910. GWERNIHOWEL, YSPYTTY IFAN ON the whole of tho valuable LIVE S'lOCK, PRODUCE, IMPLEMENTS, comprising 71 Head of excellent Welsh Cattle, including 28 Dairy Cows and Heifers, some with (,'a! fpt foot, others on the ev-a of calv- ing; 29 Welsh Bullocks and Heifers, rising two and three ye-ars old; six Welsh Bull Calves; 12 Roaring Calves; six Fet Calves; one tlir-e-e-year-okl Welsh Bull; ten Cart and Hackn-ev ilorsos, Colts, and Fillies; two Breeding Sows with followers; about 80 tons of Hay 25 Sta-cks of Oats and Barley; Root Crops; the whole of the modern Farming Implements; Dairy Utensils; and a portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, the pro- perty of Mr W. H. Jones (who is leaving). ORDER OF SALE:—Thursday, October 20th: Hor&e<s, Cattle, -and Pigs. Friday, October 21st: Implements, Produce, Dairy Utensils, and Household Furniture. Usuail Crodit. Sale each day at 12 o'clock Boon. Conveyances will meet the 10.55 train at Bettwsycoed Station. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1910. TY DU, EGLWYSBACH. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, the property of Mrs Will iams (who is leaving). Usual Cr-edit. Sale at One o'clock. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22nd, 1910. GARTH," CAPEL CURIG. fpHE whole of the FARMING STOCK of 800 Welsh Wethers, Ewes, and Lambs, boing the entire flock; 20 Head of Cattle; Cart M,are, and Implements; the irotc ry of Mx Hugh Williams (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at 12 o'clock noou. MONDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1910. TAIYYCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE OF 70 Fat Bttllocks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls. 12 Calving Cows and Heifers. 20 Store Bullocks and Heifers. ^000 Fat Cross-bred Lambs and Fftt t'efn.ers and Ewes. 10 Fat Pigs and Calves. Also. Ray Hackney Mare, rising five years Old, 35 hands high, broken to Saddle only, quiet in all traffic; would make a nioe Lady's Hack or Hunter. Sale at 12.30 p.m. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1910. XY N-Y-CELYN, LLANGWSTENYN Q ALE of tlie LI YE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, PRODUCE, Etc. The Pro- perty of Mr J. H. Jones. Usual Credit. Sale at Twelve o'clock noon. '.10. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1910. FFRITHLON MAENAN, LLANRWST. SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, Etc. The Propertj of Mr Ro- ?«ert WiLliams (who i3 leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at Twelve o'clock noon. Credit. Sale at Twelve o'clock noon. — — SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1910. CEFN GWYN, EGLWYSBACH. SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARM- ING STOCK, the property of Mr John Jlvarw (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at One o'clock. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1910. PEN-Y-BONT, PENMACHNO. SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, including 51 Dairy Cows, Heifers, and Yearling Cattle; fivo H-t-avy and Light Horses, 150 Mountain Ewes and Lambs, Grain, Straw Roots, and Implements, the property oil Mr Wm. Llewelyn (who is leaving). Sale at 12 o'clock. Usual Credit. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 1st, 1910. TY'N LLWYN, PENTREFOELAS. SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, the property of Mr Ellis Evans <who is leaving). UsuaJ Credit. Sal-e at 12 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1910 (Llanrwst Fair Day). TREFRIW (In tho County of Carnarvon). SALE OF FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND LAND. |I,TESSRS ROBT. and ROGERS JONES bog to announce that they have been fa- voured with instructions from the Adminie- tratix of the late Rev. De Charles Evans, debased, to SELL by PITB- LIC AUCTION, at the EAGLES .HOTEL. LLANRWST, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1910. at THREE o'clock in the afternoon, subject- t-o Conditions to be then read, all that Freehold Residenoe, to- gether with the Land adjoining, containing la. 2r. 33p. or thereabouts, and known as "LRYN PYLL LODGE," TREFRIW. This Residence is of recent construction, it iB most pleasantly situated, within a few minutes' walk to the celebrated Chalybeate Wells, and overlooking the beautiful Conway River, and ari extensive view of the Denkigh- .fihr.e Hills. Va.cant possession upon com- pletion. For further particulars, apply to Mr J. D. Jones, Solicitor, or of the Auctioneers, Llan- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1910. BRYN-Y-MAEN, COLWYN BAY. SALE of the'LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK.;>tc.. Usual Credit. Sale at 12 noon. Messrs. Robert & Rogers Jones' Sales Continued. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910. "RONALEYN," TREFRIW. SALE of the Surplus FURNITURE, in- cluding several valuable Antique pieces, the property of J. Pain Davies, Fsq. (who ia leaving the neighbourhoods Sale at One o'clock. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 1910. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. GREAT CHRISTMAS PRIZE SHOW AND SALE. Prize List and Particulars will appear n due course. Mr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, CQLWYN BAY AUCTION MART, COLWYN BAY. 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. Offices: COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. Nat. Tel. 106. 21361p COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS, COLWYN BAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21st, 1910. SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION of ENGLISH CARPETS (direct from the Manufacturers), comprising: Axminster, Wilton Pile, Velvet Pile, Brussels, Tapestry, etc., Bordered Squares in fine blended colours and latest d,esigns for autumn season, 1910, suitable for Drawing and Dining-rooms, Breakfast and Reception-rooms, Bedrooms, etc., Stair and Landing Carpets, Corridor Rugs, Hearth Rugs, Door Mats, etc. MR CHARLES MORGAN is favoured with instructions to SELL as above. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. precisely. Goods on View Morning of Sale. Catalogues may be had Post Free from the Auctioneer. Auctioneer's Offioes: Colwyn Bay Auction Rooms. 28865p Mr. F. A. Dew, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, ETC., THE PROPERTY MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. ESTABLISHED 1888. PENMAENRHOS, OLD COLWYN. TV. F. A. DEW will SELL by AUCTION 1; at Ui« QUEEN'S HOTEL, OLD COL- WYN, on FRIDAY, 21st. OCTOBER, 1910, at 3.30 p.m., all that suibs'tantia 11 y-bua 11 and mod-era detached. Freelioid Residenoe, known .as "THE MOUNT," situated on too Aber- gukviOad, Peinmaenrhos, aforesaid. Further particular of Messrs Philip Baker and Co., Solicitors, 131, Steel'house-lane, Bir- mingham; or of the Auctioneer, The Pro- perty Mart, Colwyn Bay, from whojn Cards to view may 'bo obtained. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5, CENTRAL BUILDINGS. MR F. A. DEW will SELL by AUCTION at the STATION HOTEL, LLAN- DUDNO JUNCTION, on FRIDAY, th-e 26th OCTOBER, 1910, the above valuable Free- hold COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, cen- tr-ally situated on the Conway-road, LlMl- dudno Junction, .aforesaid. Further particulars from Messrs J. M. Porter and Eicock, The Estate Office, and tho Auctioneer, The Property Mart, both of Colwyn Bay; or of Messrs Glaisyer, Porter, and l^angye, Solicitors, 41, Waterloo-street, Birmingham. Mr Matthew Ryan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER. ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late Mx Geo. F. Felton, Auctioneer*, General Certified Bailiff under the Law of D-stresa Amendment Act, England and Wales. MR RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales and Valuatioms in any district, also Inventories attended to on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years he has been employed on valuations at leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the six couiiti-es of Wales, and elsewhere; also has arranged some of the best Sales in those counties. Highest references given. Prompt settle- ments. AUGUSTA ST. Telephone 173 LLANDUDNO. By Order of the Executors of the lato Clias. 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, together with the Vineries erected thereon. This Site has an extensive Frontage to Gloddaeth-aveuue, Deganwy-street, and New- street. the whole embracing an area of 2034 square yards or thereabouts. Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs Chamberlain and Johnson, Solicitors, Trinity-square, Llandudno. « GLASFRYN," CADNANT PAUK, CONWAY. IMPORTANT TO FLORISTS, NURSERY- MEN, AND OTHERS. MR MATTHEW RYAN is instructed by Jas. G.. Tux ford, Esq., who is leaving tho neighbourhood, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1910, a largs Collection of Ghoioc-named GREENHOUSE, BEDDING, and other PLANTS, ill pots; named Rose Troos, Garden Tools also an Assortment of Surplus HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, etc., etc. Sale at 11.30. For further particulars, app'y to the Auc- tioneer, Augusta-street, Llandudno. Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 27th, 1910. FRANK LLOYD and SONS havo Grand Entries to hand for this Sale. More rcspcctfully invited. Grand trade. Cash -Sa&- 88184p a_: 1i Blackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock I Salesmen, House and Estate Agents. Nat. Tel-ephono 17. SALES held periodically on Horses, Car- I riages, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Conditions on application. Sales by Auction and Valuation of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Doad Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. HOUKJ-S to Let, Furnished, or Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p MONDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1910. BRYN EIDAL, PENMACHNO. THE whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARM- ING STOCK, the property of Mx Robert Daviess, who is leaving. Also the Lotting of tho whole of the GRAZING of tho above Farm to 25th March, 1911. AT CAERGRAIG, LLANRWST. Removed from TYOOCH, WYBRNANT, DOLWYDDELEN, for convenience of Sale, to CAE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1910. SALE of 400 MOUNTAIN BREEDING EWES, WETHERS and LAMJBS, 17 CATTLE, and five HORSES. Sole at 12.30 p.m. Usual Credit. CA EGVVYN^O N¥-Y-P AN 1\ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th, 1910. QALE of CATTLE, CROPS, HOUSEHOLD £ -5 FURNITURE, etc. (the property of Mr R. J. Williams, who is leaving). "TALLY-HO," MEWS, COLWYN BAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1910. SALE of about 30 COACH and CARRIAGE HORSES, the property of Mr Thomas Davies. Catalogues of the Auctioneer. 1, Sale to commence at 12.30 p.m. RHYDLYDAN, PENTREVOELAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1910. SALE of tho whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING JSTO€K. Usual Credit. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 1910. BRYN FAWNOG, NEBO, LLANRWST. QALE of tho whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. Usual Credit. CAE ';RAIG, LLANRWST. WM.. '"TVS ANNUAL SALE of CA' :.uc. SHEEP. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER &th, 1910. GWNINGER, CAPEL GARMON, LLANRWST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1910. SALE of tho whole of the LIVE and DEAD FAHMING STOCK, CROPS, etc., tho property of Mr Robert Parry (who is leav- ing). Sale et 12.30. Usual Credit. CAE'RGRAIG MART, LLANRWST TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1910. NEX.T PERIODICAL SALE of CATTLE and SHEEP. SaJ-e at 12.30 p.m. Mr John Pritchard. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, and FOUR FOLLOWING DAYS, at 10.30 a.m. punc- tually each day. PLAS LLANFAIR, ANGLESEY Important- and Attractive Dispersion Sale of tlie Principal Portion of the Valuable Ap- pointments of this Mansion, which, in tho space of an advertisement, a meagre de- scription can only be given. Amongst the principal items rinay be mentioned the grand Carved Oak Sidoboards, Cabinets, Court Cupooarda, Buffets, Battles, the Set of 24 Single and two Carvers Chairs, and the Baronial Dining Table, extending to 19ft. 8.1100, the Grandfather's Clock in highly Carved Oak Case, a lovely Semi-circulaar ♦Sheraton Satin-wood Cabinet, beautifully inlaid and painted. The costly Drawing- room, Morning-room, and Furniture for tJn Corridors, are of a vari-ed description, and comprise Single, Easy, and Lounge Chairs, Couches, Settees, Tables, China Cabinets, a Grap-d and two Cottage Pianofortes, two beautifully inlaid Italian High-back Chairs, Chippendale and Sheraton Tables, costly di Timepieces, several valuaible Oriental China Vases ar-d otheir Oriental China also, Speci- mens of Nankin, Worcostar, Capo di Monte, Lov.<\stoft, Rockingham, Doulton, Sevres, Drosdem, and lioscTi t. A Collection oi Oil-paintings and Water- colour Drawings by Artists of repute, Proof Engravings and Etchings, throe costly Pic- tures in Roman Mosai-c Work, Turkey, Velvet Pile, Axminster, a.nd Brussels Car- pets, full-enved Billiard Table by Burroughs and Watts, Glaos, China, Library of Books, the Contents of 24 Bed and Dressing-rooms, furnished in good taste; the Collection of Stove and Greenhouse Plants, etc., etc. MR JOHN PRITCHARD, instructed by A. Rowland Clegg, Esq. (who ihas Sold the Mansion), will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION. Admission by Catalogue, to odmit two, price Sixpenoe (by post Eightpenoe). Private View by Ticket, Friday, October 28th. Public View, Saturday, October 29th, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. BocLhyfryd, Bangor. Messrs J. Mainwaring & Co. WEDNESDAY end THURSDAY NEXT, at Eleven a.m. ROYAL WELSH NATIONAL EISTEDDFOD, 19T0. GREENFIELD-ROAD, COLWYN BAY. GREAT SALE of the whole of the very ex- cellent and well-te^asoned Whitewood and other TIMBER (used in the recent Eis- teddfod PaviJwn), 4100 6ft. and 7ft. by 2ft. 3in. -Galvenioed Corrugated Iron Sheets, 250 Valley Gutters, and Ridging Sheets ,30in. 71d.e, etc., etc. Very suitable for Colliery ^Proprietors,Manufacturers, Estate Agents, Builders, Farmers^and osiers, end arranged in lots to suit tall claeses oi'ipurchi^ers. Also 1100 Pet-foraged Seated lid Poli-fiherl Choirs. <ata-'ogu*s Monaay next. Cheques not received without a Backer's refereiipe. "JOHN MJ^WA^NG aad CO.^ Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, F.A.I. 1 TO CAPITALISTS, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. RHIW BANK AVENUE AND ALBERT PLACE. TOWN OF COLWYN BAY. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PRO- PERTIES. MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 24th, 1910. (jRAS P. SHEFFIELD, F.A.I., has been favoured with instructions to SELL by AUCTION, at the MEi'ROPOLE HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, under Conditions of Sale to bo then produced and read, tie following important PROPER- TIES:— Lot 1.—All that substantial!y-buiut and wiell-appointed Modern Residenoe, known as "CLOoGH HOUSE," Rhiw Bank-avenue, containing Dining-room, Drawing-room, and Breakfast-room, Kitchen ac<i Scullery, Bath- room, W.C., and eight Bed rooms; Yard with Waah-house. Coalhousc, and W.C. Lot 2.—All that substantially-built and well-appointed Modern Residence, known as "FA-LWWFIELD," containing Dining-room, Drawing-room, and Breakfast-room, Kitolsen, ) SeulAerv, and six Bodrooins, Bathiroojn and W.C., .and Yo.rd with Wasli-diouse, Coalhouse, and W.C. Lot 3.A2.1 that substantially-built and well-appointed Modern R-asidence, known as "WT;LLOWDENE," Rhiw Bank-avenue, con- taining Dinting-room, Drowing-rooill, and Break fast-room, Kitchen, Scullery, and Bath- roam, W.C., and six Bedrooms, Yard with Wasih-bouse, Coalhouse, and W.C. Lot 4.—ALT tho.,i- three well-built Dwelling- houses, being and numixuvd 1, 2, and 3, ALBERT-PLACE, each containing Sitting- Toom, largo Kitchen, and two Bedrooms; Yard with Coalhouse and W.C. Tbare is a 9-foot road to all the above lots at the bock. Lot 5— A PIECE of LAND, at the Tear of the above, containing 750 E;quaa-;o feet or thereabouts, suitable tor the erection of Coaeih House or Stable. For further particulars, apply to tho Auc- tioneer, Gladstone Buildings, Bodfor-st., Rhyl (Tel. 60), and at Mold (Tel. 20;; or to T. Amos Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Rhyl. ABERGELE SMITHFIELD CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD, F.A.I., solicits favours for 11'6 KEXT SALE in the above Mart, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 100 Cattle and over 1500 Sheep and Lambs sold last Sale. A much improved trade for Fat Stock. ¡¡'¡.t Cattle sold up to X18 12s kki, a Lancashire Buyer taking ten. Fat Lambs up to 27s. Early -entri-es so that the trade may be advertised will greatly oblige. Offices: Bodfor-street, Rhyl (Tel. GC). TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st. at 12 o'clock. TANRALLT I^ARM", HENRHYD. Two Miles from Conway Station. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD, F..vl, is favoured with instructions from Mr Evan Davies (who is giving up the Farm), to SELL BY AUCTION the whole of the VALUABLE FARM STOCK, viz.: 34 Grand Dairy Cattle and Young Stock, four Weloh Cobs, Sheep, Pigs, Poultry, Produce, Growing Crops, Threshing Machine, Implements, Dairy lit-cn- sils, and tlie valuable Old Oak and other Furniture. Credit to Llanrwst jrTay Fa.11 Discount for Cash. F-uU particulars in future advorM.s«^menzs. Offioes: Bodfor-street, Rhyl GO). 2SS54 Mr. Joseph Williams. RHYL, NORTH WALES. TO BE OFFERED FOR SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the ROYAL HOTEL, RHYL, on TUESDAY, the 25th OCTOBER, 1910, at Three o'clock in the afternoon, by MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS (subject to con- ditions of Sale) the following VALUABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING- HOUSES, Situate at RHYL, vis.: — Lot I.-Nos. 1, 2, and 3, GWYBR-TER- RATIE, VALE-ROAD. Lot 2. Nos. 1. 2, 3, and 4, SLSSON- STRF.ET and GWYBR COTTAGE, SISSON- STREER. Both Lots will be offered together in the first instance, and if not sold will be put up separately. The Property is most convenient- ly situated on the main road from Rhyl to Dysc-rth, Rhuddian, and St. Asaph, and in close proximity to th-e Rhyl RailwAy Station. Vendor's Solicitor John Davies, Esq., Den- bigh. Lot 3. Charming Rcisidenod known as "LORETO," PAL ACE-A VENUE, REIYL, comprising: Two Reception-rooms, five Bcd- rooms, large Hall, two Kitchens, Pantry, Bathroom, Lavatory, with Wash-house, Coal- house, and W.C. in yard. Vendor's Solicitors: Meesre Gold, Edwards and Co., Denbigh. Lot i.—Two Residences known as "CSAIG- BA.NK" a.nd WOODLElGH," HIGHFIELD PARK, each containing: Two Entertaining- rooms, four Bedrooms, Vestibule Hall, tvo Kitchens, Bathroom. Lavatory, ,and W with Coal-house and W.C. in yard. Gardens back and front. Lot 5.—Valuable Dvrelimg-house known as "HIGHFIELD HOUSE, CHURTON-ROAD, containing: Two Sitting-rooms, five Bed- rooms, Hall Kitchens, Pantries, Bathroom and W.C., Coal and Cycle Sheds in yard. Large Garden with small G reerihou.se. Lot 6. — Excellent Residence known ?s "GREYHURST," CHURTON-ROAD, con- taining Throeoe Entertaining-rooms, five Bedrooms, Kitchen, Bathroom, W.C., with Groeahouse, Coal and Tool Houses in yard. Also Garden and Lawn. Vendor's Solicitors: Messrs Bromley, Scott and Co., Rhyl. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer's Offioes, County Chambers, 4, Qmeen-street, Rhyl, lei. 179, or to the Vendor's Solicibors as above. 28833p Mr H. F. Ashby, AUCTIONEER AND LICENSED APPRAISER. HOUSE. LAND. ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, « COLWYN BAY. O ALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Freehold Houso and Shop Proporty, Build- ing Land aloi Estates, Live and Dead Farnairig Stock, House}.old Furniture, etc.. etc. VALUATIONS for MortRajfc, Probate, Buri- neas Transfers, lloteij, etc. Inventories oa-Kfuiiv prepared and examined. Ao-crft for the principal lnjfcrar.ee Coir-pairies. pROSll'T PERSONAL ATTENTIQN GIVEN TO ALL MATTERS. ALL SALE ACCOUNTS SETTLED THE DAY FOLLOWING THE SALE. t>-rtifj&d Bailiff under IlOO lAw of Distress mnnt Act. • £ HOliH to lot, Funj ix>d Uxfr-uitusiied. N I. -t.*i- bo Open Dati^ to >feoeiveJ^SutrJ<& for B»ie. fV. Good .Cla^i aobciUx^i s ll Tol^oto Ko. 1ZL » Mr. C. V/esley Haslam, I Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and I Estate Agent. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATION of Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, etc. Immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage/i ransfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act. Properties and Business sold by Private Treaty. Mort- gages negotiated. Properties ajid Estates carefully r;auaged, Rents ooll-coted; Accounts rendered to suit Clients' conveaiienoe. In- ventories taken and checked. Surveys, Maps, Plans, etc., for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances effected through any of the prin- cipal Offioes. Enquiries invited. THE CENTRAL AUCTION aid 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 C. WESLEY HASLAM, who makes a prac- tice of Settling all Sales given to him DAY FOLLOWING DAY OF SALE, and who will give a written guarantee to that effect. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION. REASONABLE CHARGES. PROMPT SETTLEMENTS. CASH ADVANCED (if required) on receiv- ing instructions to Sell, or if preferred will purchase outright the vrtiole or part contents of a House of Furniture up to any amount. ENQUIRIES INVITED. National Telephone 70. 28448p NO RESERVE. NO RESERVE. MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 24th, 1910. ARCADE AUCTION MART, RHYL. IMPORTANT SALE of Choice DUTCH FLOWER BULBS, direct from Hol- land. Sale at 2 p.m. C. WESLEY HASLAM, Auctioneer. 7, JOHN STREET, RHYL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25th, 1910. SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION of the whole of tTh;) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, consisting of Cheffoniers, Din- ing-room Suit-ce in mahogany, upholstered in hair; Pier Glasses, Wicker and Bamboo Chairs and Stands, Ladies' and Gente' Eiasies, Oak Round Table, Mahogany Ditto, Rosewood Table on pillar and claws, Draughts Table, several Caass of Stuffed Bird3, Brass-mounted Curbs and Fire Im- plements, Linos, Carpets, Mats and Rugs, Drawing-room Suite, Brass-mounted end Iron Bedsteads, Spring, Wool and Hair Mat- tn&3s»9s, two Prime Feather Beds, Feather Bolsters and Pillows, four Chests of Draw- ers, Toilet Glasses, Wa&h stands, TDWlrl Rails, Singer Sowing Machine in working orv.^r, Arm Chairs, four Windsor Chairs, Bontwood Chairs, Mangle, Set of St ps, Kitchen and Scuiery Utensils, Bed and Table Linen, BLankets, Cutlery, Crockery, Glass, Ware, etc. C. WESLEY HASLAM lias been favoured with instructions from Miss Maylings vwho is leaving the town), to SELL by AUCTION, on the above d2.te and Pre- mises. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. prompt. Terms: Cash. Goods on View Morning of Sale. The House to Let with early posses- sion. Auctioneer's Offioes, Town Hall Chambers. Te.l. 70, Rhyl. HARBOUR HOUSE, THE VORYD, RHYL. Important and Highly Attractive Unreserved SALE of Valuable "HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE and EFFECTS, briefly consisting of noh'e and oostly 5ft. 6in. Fumed-Oak Side- board, splendid Mahogany Telescopic Din- ing Table with two loose leaves, six hand- soiraely carved Oak Dining Chairs, fine old Oak Welsh Dresser with plate rack back and a quantity of Willow-pattern Dishes, 4ft. Gin. Roll-top Desk in oak, fitted with pig-eon-holes and drawers, and beautifully carved; Fire-proof Safe, superior Inlaid Linoleums, Office Chairs, miogniiioent Ma- hogany D-.cud Table on turned legs, two Oak Tables with tiled tops, Offioe Fittings, Hall Chairs in oak, handsome Divan Chair upholstered in crimson saddlebags, splendid Sheraton Bureau Bookcaee, handsomely in- laid; Occasional Chairs and Tables, Pier Glasses, fbie-toned Pianoforte by Stedall iEnd Co., London; valuable Oil-paintings, Cihina and Ornaments, Mahogany Cup- boards with glazed doors, fine 4ft. Furoed- oa.k Bedroom Suite, 3ft. 6in. Solid Walnut Ditto, magnificent Bedroom Suite in the Shenoton style, handsomely inlaid and con- sisting of Wardrobe with two oval bevel led mirrors, Washstand with marble slab a -t back, Dressing Table with swing glass, Podfestal Cupboard, two Chairs and Bcd- stead to match; Bra^-mounted Bedstead, C'om- bination B-edstsad, Spring Mattresses, Hair Ditto, Child's Cot, Satin-Walnut Dressing (".host., Mahogany Chieets of Draw- ers, Kitchen Furniture and Effects. C. WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions from Mrs Havrthorne to SELL by AUCTION (without reserve1!, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th, DlO. Sal-e to commerceo •at 1.30 p.m. prompt. Terms: Cash. On View from 2 to 5 in the afternoon, Wediitsxlay, October 26th, and Morning of Sale. Catalogues may bo obtained from the Auctioneer seven days prior to Sale. Th-3 Auctioneer wishes to oall special attention to this Sale, as ili-o Furniture is of excellent quality, and well worth the attention of those on the look-out for really good articles. The Auction and Estate OfSoes, Town Hail Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 70. RHYI, MELIDEN & RHUDDLAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD PROPERTIES AND BUILDING LAND. ————— TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY CI. WESLEY HASLAM, at the QUEEN'S J HOTEL, RHYL, on MONDAY, OC- TOBER 31st, 1910, at 4 o'clock in the after- noon precisely, subjcct to such Conditions of Sale as shall be then declared. Lot J.-All that valuable piece of BUILD- ING LAND, containing an area of 3990 square yards oc thereabouts, situate close to Meliden Station and the main road. This land is ripo for immediate development, ing eitu- ate in a rapidly rising district where houses are in -great demand. A plan has been pre- pared showing how it can be developed by dividing into seven Building P'ots, upon ^hich could -be encctod fourteen Scmi-detached YilLas of Bungalows, and such plan may be inspected prior to t1."ú Sale at th-e Offic-e of ttio Vendor's Solicitor, or at time of Sale. fedora Solicitor, Mr F. J. Gamlin, Soli- citor, l £ hyl. Lot 2.—All those four valuable Froobold Dwollinif-house*, situate and being 1, 2, 3" and t HIG-HFIELD-TERRACE,4 HYLAS BACH&H U DDL A N, together with theGar- 4cœ And App«rtcnaooee thereto, aad produc- THIRD ANNUAL OPERATIC PERFORMANCE. Pier Pavilion, Colwyn Bay. Tuesday & Wednesday, Nov. 1 & 2 Admission —3/ 2/- and 1/- Grand Theatre, Llandudno Thursday, November 3rd. Admission—3/ 2/6, 2/ 1/- and Gailery, 61 At S p.DI1. MISS LENA THOMAS (and Calwyn Bay Friends) present Gilbert & Sullivan's Charming: T T T? yT T T/ A (by permission of Japanese Opera J[ JZl/ IVI | |\ J 1 JV J Mrs Doyly Carte), MR E. THORN LEY-DODGE as KO KO and the opera produced under his direction FULL ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS Musical Director and Conductor MR. H. LYELL-TAYLER. SEA TS may be booked at Mr Fleet's, Penrhyn Road, and WagstafFs, 89, Mostyn Street, Llan- dudno; and tickets obtained from any member of the Company, also at Mrs Claxton. Musio Depot, Lower Mostyn Street, Llandudno. Early doors, 7-15 6d extra. I Old Colwyn'Bus runs to and from performances. I Car* riages at 10-30 p.m. The profits of these performances will be divided between a local charity (Colwyn Bay ani Llandudno, THE REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAT. JUST ARRIVED FROM LISBON MARVELLOUSLY REALISTIC. WILL BE SHOWN BY REYNOLDS- FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES AT THE PUBLIC HALL. FOR SIX NIGHTS, COMMENCING MONDAY NEXT. MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 3. Mr C. Wesley Haslam's Sales. -Continued ing an annual rental of £ 40. Vendor's Soli- citors, Messrs Gold Edwerds and Co., Soli- citors, Denbigh. Lot 3.—All those well-built recently- erected Semi-detached Freehold Villas, known as "SANDOWN" and "WOODBOROUGH," HYLAS-ROAD, RHUDDLAN, together with the Gardens and Appurtenarces thereto, con- taining an area of 822 square yards or there- abouts, and now in the respective occupation of Mrs Griffiths ard Mr Wood Taylor. These houses are attractive in appearance, and pleasantly situated. Lot 4.—All those two stone-built Freehold Cottages, situate and being 3 and 4, BUR- GEDIN-TERRACE, PARLIAMENT-STREET, RHUDDLAN, with the Gardens and Appur- tenances thereto, and now in the occupation of Miss Jones and Mr Chantrey, and produc- ing a gross annual rental of £ 12 12s. These Cottager liave a good Gardea, and are close to the Castle. Lot 5.-All those six Freehold Dwelling- houses, situate and being 10, 11, 12, 13. 14 and 15, ROSEHILL-TERRACE, MILL BANK, RHYL, and producing a gross an/nual roe-nt of £ 104. Lot G.-kll that Freehold Dwelling-house, situate and being 1, KINMEL-TERRACE, SOUTH KINMEL STREET, RHYL. producing a gross annual rental of .£18 4s, and now in the occu- pation of Miss Harris. Solicitor for Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, Mr J. Pierce Lewis, Solicitor, I Rhyl and Prestatyn. A.B. liie wlicie of the property are -1 4 anted, in a good state of repair, pleasant- ly situate in a growing neighbourhood, and well worthy of the attention oi Speculators and others. Further particulars may b? obtained from the respective Solicitors, or of the whole of the Lots from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, The Auction and Estate Offioes, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 70. Messrs G. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience), 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 Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probates, Mortgage, Hotel, I Trade Stocks, etc. Fire Loss Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offices. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to all matters with IMMEDIATE SETTLE- MENTS. 19834p LAST DAY OF SALE. ELLANDINE, CONWAY-ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Having been favoured with inetructions from Mi J. C. Peaurington (who is leaving), MR A. LL. STEVENSON (of G. PERKINS iuid'CO.) will SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19th and 20th, 1910, aU the costly HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. Sale, to commence at One o'clock sharp. Terras: Caeh. NEWTON HOUSE, ABERGELE-ROAD, OLD COLWYN. IVTR A. LL. STEVENSON (of G. PERKINS and CO.), having been favoured with instructions, will SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION on SATURDAY, OCiOBER 22nd, 1910, at 1 o'clock sharp, ail the STOCK-IN-TKADE, FIXTURES, FliTINGS, etc., briefly com- prising :• Scales, Mirrors, Counter, Shelves, Baskets, Fruit, Chocolates, SW\t.s, etc., etc., appertaining to a Greengrocer and Confec- tioner. On View Morning of Sale. Terms: Cash. For further particulars, apply to the Auc- tion and Estate Office, 16, Station-road, l'ol- wyn Bay. 28867p Messrs. Wallis and Scott. PRESTATYN, NORTH WALES. TO BUILDERS, SPECULATORS, INVES- TORS, AND OTHERS. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD BUILDING SITES. MESSRS WALL1S and SCOTT have been favoured with in^tructiois from th« Trustees (under the authority of th-e Claxity Commissioners for England and Wa* -) to OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL, PRES- TATYN, en MONDAY, the 24th OCTOBER, 1910, at 3 p.m., subject to Conditions to be then and there produced and read, the valu- able FREEHOLD BUILDING SITE. comprising 1040 square yards or thereabouts and having a of 112 feet to the High-street. Tho above property, which is known as CHUHQH-TERSACE, constitutes one of tlie firneet Building Sitr« in Prestatyn, and is ad- mirably adapted for the erection of Butineas Premises, for which there is a groat demand. If not sold in one lot, the site will be dividod dcto two lots, particulars of whioh may be obtained from tlie Auctioneers. Further information may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, High-street, P»st»tyn, or Messrs Can: Farmer and Co,, • Saiioitanv St. Werbœ-¡! C3keeWr. 287941p —r PUBLIC NOTICES. LLANDUDNO prEll CONCERTS. Under the Management of the Autumn Concert. Committee. DAILY at 11 a.m. and 7-45 p.m. SUNDAY (SACRED), 8-15 p.m. GRAND ORCHESTRA (Conducted by Mr Walter Haigh). TWO POPULAR VOCALISTS NIGHTLY. October 22nd and 23rd— MISS MARION BEELEY (contralto). October 22nd, 23rd. and 24th- MR. R. CARTER (tenor). October 24tb, to 3 th- MR. JAMES COLEMAN (baritone). October 25th— Miss GWENDOLINE HARPER (soprano) October 26th and 2'7tb- MIS3 BERTHA JONES (soprano). October 28th- MISS DOROTHY SILK (sopraco) Thursday, October 27th— Grand Orchestral and Choral Concert. Visit of the celebrated Moelwyn Royal Male Voice Choir, conducted by Mr Cadw&iadr Roberts. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 28th and 29th— Grand Closing Concerts of the Series MISS LUCY NUTTAI-L (contralto), MR J AME COLEMAN (baritone). I' ADMISS1-N to the, Pier aid Concerts:— Morning, 3d; Evening, 6d. Front Seats and Grand Circle, Is; Reserved Seasta in Grand Circle, Is 6d. Plin at the Pier Gates. Season Tickets (for three weeks' Con- osrts), transferable, 5s and 8s. Weekly Tickets, 26 6d and 3s 6d. Season end Weekly Tickets may now be obtained at the Pier Gates. Electric Cars:—Cheap Combined Con- oert and Tram Tickets each week-day even- ing from Colwyn Bay cznd Rhos issued on any Car leaving Colwyn Bay aft-er 6 p.m. Special Rail Motor to Llandudno leaves Colwyn Bay each evening at 7.10, calls at Mochdre, Lien- dudno Junction, and Deganwv, and arrives at Llaadudno at 7.32 p.m. Late Trains on Wednesdays and Saturdays, depart fooin Llandudno at 10.15 for all Stations to Bangor, And at 10.35 for all Stations to Rhvi, except U-ysfaen and Foryd. r NADOLIG, 1910. EISTEDDFOD YR WYDDGRUG (o dan nawdd Ysgol Bethesda M C.) A GYNHBLIR Dydd Llun, Rhagfyr 26aiti, I9IO, YN NEUADD Y DREF. CYSTADLEUAETHAU- Cor Cymysg, Cor Meibion, Cor Plant Un. awdau Soprano, Tenor, Bass Denawd Tenor « Bass Unawd i Biant Adroddiidau Traetn. odau Barddoniaeth. Hefyd. CystadJeuasUi Ysgrifenu Stori fer yng LN,h) m!aej £ 35 Mewn Gwobrwyon. RHAGLEN O'R TESTYNAU, rc. GydmH- Post, ljc. D. R. ROBERTS, Ty BHITH, MOLD, 2F7T7P YoOF-IFfiNVDIX Chrster Fanciers' Association's GRAND ANNUAL OPEN SHOW OF DOGS, POULTRY AND PIGEONS WILL BE HELD IN THE GROSVENOR SKA TING RINK, CUT ROAD, CHESTER, On and and 3rd November. The Riuk is a Ne^r and Commodious Huildinp, well lighteA and comfortable Xbrec Miuutes' Wa3k from L. & N. W. aud 0, W. lÜilway citation, and Ten Minutes' Walk fraft Qnat Central station. SECKKTARY E. ANDREWS, 28855P 26, Fastgate Row (Nortb). Chester. LLANRWST. CYIXHELIR CYFARFOD LLENYDDOL « C CHERDDOROL yng NGHAPEL EBEN- EZER. RHAGFi'R 26ain. Rhestr o'r Testyna,u i'w cael gan yr Yegrif. ennydd, MR S. T. ROBERTS. 5, Carrington-terraee, Llanrwst. For remainder cf Publio Announoements eoe page 7. Mr. S. Johnston, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AGENT. ALLUED, INSURANCE ACENT, OFFICE and SALE ROOM, SEA. VIEW CRESCENT. COL W Y N BAr. Q*ALES BY AUCTION of HOUSES, FURNI- O TURE, STOCK, FIXTURES, Etc., am Business-like linigi. Prompt Settlements. Ceortifioatod Bailiff .(Law; of Distress Amend- meat Act). Remits collected. Sa.1e Room-—Commodious and Easy of Acoeaa. Telephone 119 (vita exWosioa to u. :4e