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CHRONICLE FOOTBALL SPECIAL. I Every Saturday Evening Price: One Halfpenny. I- RAILWAY DEVELOPMENT iN THE SIXTIES. I SEE PAGE 7. Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Established 1853. TTNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Build- ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock. Household Furniture, etc. VALUA- TION.S for Tenant Right, Probate and Mort- gage Purposes. IN vENTORIES carefully prepared and examined. RENTS COL- LECTED. Life and Fire Insurance Agents for the Lea-ding Offices.—TY'N-Y-FYNWENT- LLANRWST (Telephone 15), and CEFNI CHAMBERS- LLANGEFNI. 15294 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1910. FFRITHLON MAENAN, LLANRWST. CJALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, Etc. The Property of Mr Ro- bert Williams (who is leaving). UsuaJ Credit. SaJe at Twelve o'clock noon. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2Dth, 1010. CEFN GWYN, EGLWYSBACH. SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARM- N' ING STOCK, the property of Mr John 5 wans (who is leaving). Usual Credit. Sale at One o'clock. MONDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1010. PEN-Y-BONT, PENMACHNO. Si ALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, including 51 Dairy ■tteifcrs, and Yearling Cattle; fivo Bc;v:y And Light Horses, 150 Mountain Ewes and •Larahs, Grain, Straw Roots, and Implements, the property of Mr Wm. Llewelyn (who is l-ea viTI g. 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). Usual Credit. Sale at 12 o'clock. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd, 1910 (Llanrwst Fair Day). TREFRIW (In the County of Carnarvon). SALE OF FREEHOLD RESIDENCE AND LAND. jyiESSRS ROBT. and ROGERS JONES beg to announce that they have been fa- voured with instructions from the Admims- ratix of tlie\ late Rev. Charles Evans, deceased, to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION, at the EAGLES HOTEL. LLANRWST, on W: NOVEMBER 2nd, 1910, at THJliLE o'clock m afternoon. to Conditions to iC-rA. <-Ii Freehold Re.- j* gether with the Lard adjoining, containing la. 2r. 33p. or thereabouts, and known as BRYN PYLL LODGE," TREFRIW. This Residence is of recent construction, it is most pleasantly situated, within a few minutes' walk to the celebrated Chalybeate Welis, and overlooking the beautiful Conway 2-ivier, and an extensive view of the Denbigh- shire Hills. Vacant possession upon com- pletion. For further particulars, apply to Mr J. D. lúnoeos, Solicitor, or of the Auctioneers, Llan- rwst. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1910. BRYN-Y-MAEN, COLWYN BAY. SALE of the WHOLE of the Valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK, comprising 52 Head of Cattle, 11 Heavy end Light Horses, 140 Welsh Breeding Ewes, Wiltshire, and Soutlhdown Rams, 350 Hobbc-ts of Oats, Wheat and Barney, 10 Acres of Swedes and Turnips, togclhe; with the Machinery and Implements, including a Portable Petrol En- gine, Self-delivery Mowing Machine, etc., the property of Mr John Roberts (who is leav- ing). Usual Credit. Salo at 12 o'clock noon Dmpt. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910. RONALEYN," TREFRIW. SALE of the Surplus FURNITURE, in- eluding several valuable Antique pieces, the property of J. Pain Davies, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood). kaJe at One o'clock. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24th, 1910. MINAFON, WATERLOO BRIDGE, BETTWtSYCOED. SALE of the Antique FURNITURE and HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, the property « u"8 ■^■■a^n,s<:>n (who is leaving), Executrix of the late George Hainson. 28930p Mr. T. W. Griffith. REFORM STREET PLUMBING WORKS, LLANDUDNO. IMPORTANT TO PLUMBERS, GLAZIERS IRONMONGERS, BUILDERS, CONTRAC' TORS, AND PROPERTY OWNERS. MR T. W. GRIFFFfH is instructed by r:r~ ti- OFficia Receiver to SELL BY PUB- LIC AUCTION upon the above premises, on FRIDAY Next, OCTOBER 23th, 1910, the whole *>-«>ted PLUMBER'S STOCK-IN- _IN- TRADE and some Plumbers Tool, of Trade, Etc. On View morning of Sale. Sale to com- mence at lu.ou a.m. prompt. Further Particulars of the Official Reoeiver, Chester; or the Auctioneers, Llandudno. CHARD HOUSE, MADOC STREET, LLANDUDNO. SALE OF SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MR T. W. GRIFFITH is instructed by XTA Mrs Hughes, who ij giving up tho Ten- ancy, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION as Above, on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd 1910. the Superior and Well-preserved HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE ar10d EFFECTS. On View morning of Sale. Sale to oom- mence at 12.30 p.m. prompt. Messrs. Wm. Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. CAXTON ZLI .DINGS, BANGOR (Head Office), and TRINITY-SQUARE, LLANDUDNO. ;5Wegrama:—Dewson, Bausror leieiAtone No 13. Dewaon. Llandudno, TDephozw No. 47, Biackwall, Hayes & Co., LLANRWST and LLANDUDNO JUNCTTON, Auctioneers and Valuers, Live Stock Salesmen, House and Estate Agents, Nat. Telephone 17. OALES held periodically on Horses, Car- riagpes, Harness, etc. Entry Forms and Conditions on application. Sales by Auction find Valuation of Landed Estates, House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houses to Let, Furnished, or Unfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p "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. Sale to commence at 12.30 p.m. RHYDLYDAN, PENTREVOELAS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29th, 1910. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. Usual Credit. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd, 1910. BRYN FAWNOG, NEBO, LLANRWST. SALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. Usual Credit. CAE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. WM. PIERCE'S ANNUAL SALE of I v CATTLE and SHEEP. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Sth, 1910. GWNINGER, CAPEL GARMON, LLANRWST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1910. 'A T:g of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD ''ARMING STOCK, CROPS, etc., tho property of Mr Robert Parry (who is leav- ing). Sale at 12.30. Usual Credit. CAE'RGRAIG MART, LLANRWST TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1910. "ftXEXT PERIODICAL SALE of CATTLE and SHEEP. Sale at 12.30 p.m. Mr Matthew Ryan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late Mr Geo. P. Felton, Auctioneer), Genieril Certified Bailiff under the Law of Dstress Ameadmient Act, England and Wales. "jVTR RYAN is pr-epared to undertake Sabs TrJL and Valuations in any district, also T, T -attended to on reasonable terms. j" ho iias be».tiiljiio) <9ii on valuations at leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the six counties of Walts, and elsewhere; aJso has arranged some of the best SaJes in those counties. Highest references given. Prompt settle- ments. AUGUSTA ST. °ppo*ito the uuxii KJ -L. Kauwsy Station). Telephone 173 LLANDUDNO. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY). GLASFRYN," CADNANT PARK, CONWAY. IMPORTANT TO FLORISTS. NURSERY- MEN, AND OTHERS. "jl/TR MATTHEW RYAN is instructed by J as. G. Tuxford, Esq., who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, a. large Collection of Qhoioe-najnod GREENHOUSE, BEDDING, and other PLANTS, in pots; named Rose Trees. Garden Tools; also an Assortment of Surplus HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE, etc., etc. Sale at 11.30. J For further particulars, apply to tho Auc- tioneer, Augusta-street, Llandudno. 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 the Principal Portion of the Valuable Ap- pointments of this Mansion, which, in the space of an advertisement, a meagre de- scription can only be given. Amongst the principal items may be mentioned the grand Carved Oak Sideboards, Cabinets, Court Cup boards Buffets, Settles, the Set of 24 Single and two Carvers Chai<rs, and the Baronial Dining Table, extending to 19ft. also, the Grandfather's Clock in highly Carved Oak Case, a lovely Semi-circular Sheraton Satin-wood Cabinet, beautifully inlaid and paiated. The costly Drawing- room, Mariung-room, and Furniture for the Corridors, are of a varied description, and comprise Single, Easy, acid Lounge Chairs, Couches, Set, Tables, China Cabinets,' a Grand and two Cottage Pianofortes, two beautifully inlaid Italian High-back Chairs, C3hippenda.le and Sheraton Tables, oostly Timepieces, several valuable Oriental China Vases and other Oriental China; aJso, Speci- mens of Nankin, Worcester, Capodi Monte, Lowestoft, Rockingham, Doulton, Sevres. Dresden, and Hoscht. A Collection of Oil-paintings and Water- colour Drawings by Artists of repute, Proof Engravings and Etchings, throe costly Pic- tures in Roman Mosaic Work, Turkey, Velvet Pile, Axminster, and Brussels Car- pets, ful'I-sized Billiard Table by Burroughs and Watts, Glass, China, Lahrery of Books, the Contents of 24 Bed and Dressing-rooms [ furnished in good taste; the Collection of Stove and Greenhouse Plants, etc., etc. T%R JOHN PRITCHARD, instructed by A. Rowland Clegg, Esq. (who has Sold the Mansion), -mil SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION. Admission by Catalogue, to ftdmit two, prioe Sixpence (by post Eightpence). Private View by Ticket, Friday, October 28th. Public Vaew, Saturday, October 29th, 11 am. to 3 p.m. Bodhyfryd, Bangor. Mr. 5. Johnston, AUCTIONEER, HOUSE AGENT, VALUER INSURANCE AGENT, OFFICE and SALE ROOM, SEA VIEW CRESCENT. COLWYN BAY. SALES BY AUCTION of HOUSES, FURNI- TURE, STOCK, FIXTURES, Etc., oa Business-like lines. Prompt Settlements. Certificated Bailiff (Law of Distress Amend- ment Act). Rents collected. Sale Room—Commodious and Easy of Access. Telephone 119 (with extension to Itec-;denoo), Mr. F. A. Dew, AUCTIONEER, SURVEYOR, ETC., THE PROPERTY MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. ESTABLISHED 1888. LLANDUDNO JUNCTION. Important Sale of well-placed Shop Proper- ties, and an extremely well-built and well- designed Freehold Detached Villa Residence with Stabling. MR F. A. DEW will SELL by AUCTION at the STATION HOTEL, LLAN- DUDNO JUNCTION, on FRIDAY, the 28th OCTOBER, 1910, the valuable Free- hold COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES, cen- tr-ally situated on the Conway-road, Lbîl- dudno Junction, known .a.> Nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5, CENTRAL BUILDINGS, together with a most attractive Freehold Villa Residence, known as COED HELYG, Ronald-road, LJan- dudno Junction aforesaid, with the Stabling,, and Kitchen Garden attached thereto, and now in. the occupation of Mr T. H. Smith, at an annual rental of £ 37. Further particulars as to Nos. 2, 3, 4, and 5, Central Bulldino-s, from Messrs J. M. Porter and Elcock, The Estate Office, Colwyn Bay, or of Messrs Glaisyer, Porter, and Tangye, Solicitors, 41, Waterioo^st., Bir- mingham; or their Agents—Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Conway; as to Coed HeJyg of Messrs Porter, Amphlett, and Co., Solicitors, Conway, Colwyn Bay, and Llanrwst; and as to the whole of the Lots of the Auctioneer, The Property Mart, Col- wyn B<;v. Telephone No. 221. Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, RAJL ABERGELE SMITHFIELD MONDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 31st, at 12.30. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by RICHARD PEARCE) will SELL by AUCTION, 1000 HEAD of FAT and STORE CATTLE, CALVES, SHEEP, LAMBS, and PIGS. Always a good supply and demand. 100 Cattle and 1500 Sheep and Lambs Sold Sale. Fat Cattle up to £18 12,3 6d; Lambs, 27s. An improved trade for Fat Stock. Large Buyers will attend. Early En- tries so that Customers may be advised will oblige. GREAT ANNUAL SHOW and SALE of XMAS. FAT STOCK, MONDAY, DECEM- BER 12th. £ 25 in Prizes. Prize List now ready at Bodfor-st., Rhyl (Tel. 60). TANRALLT FARM, HENRHYD. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st. THIS SALE IS POSTPONED. Mr George Pertdns. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. PLAS NEWYDD FARM, CEFN. NEAR ST. ASAPH. FRII >VF: rER 11th, if-10, •*J C\vel > a o'<loo.k. Highly Import-ant AGRICULTURAL SALE of VaQaiahle LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, UP-TO-DATE IMPLEMENTS, SADDLERY. DAIRY iJTENSILS, Antique FURNITURE and EFFECTS, which 1V| R GEORGE PERKINS has received in- -L?JL structions from, Mr W. E. Owen (who is giving up Fanning) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. For further particulars apply to the Auc- tionear, Alx-rgele and Rhyl. 28927p Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons LAST SALES FOR THE YEAR. 600 Horses. £ 40 Prizes. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. FRANK LLOYD and SONS invite Entries for— WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th: Hunters, Harness Horses, Cobs, and Ponies. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17th: Waggon, Lurry, Van and Young Horses. Entries close MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. Messrs 0. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, 16, STATION-ROAD, COLWYN BA.Y. TELEPHONE NO. 27. SALES and Valuati-ons of Landed Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Property' Hotels, Building Land, Live and Dead Farm- ing Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probates, Mortgage, Hotel, Trade Stocks, ic-ie. 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 Mr H. F. Ashby, AUCTIONEER AND LICENSED APPRAISER, HOUSE, LAND. ESTATE and INSURANCE AGENT. CENTRAL AUCTION MART, LLEWELYN CHAMBERS, COLWYN BAY. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATIONS of Freehold lioite and yhop Property, Build- iug Land Lri,d Estates, Live and Dead Farming Stook, llou^ro-d Furniture, etc.. etc. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Probate, Bwi- ness Transfers, Hotels, etc. Inventories oaiefuhy 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. Certified Bailiff under the law of Distress Amendment Act. Houses to Lot, Furni ihed or Unfurnished. N.B.-The AuctionMart will be Open Doily to rooeive Entries for Sale. Good Cla-IH Entries solicited. Telephone No. 121. p. -W- PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. THE CAYLEY ESTATE. Most Important and Extensive SALE of Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, forming part of the well-known Cavley Estate, and fully St(1)1-,cd Ground Rents, situated in th. very best positions in this increasingly popular Seaside Summer alid Winter Resort. MR H. F. AS-ABY is favoured with in- structions by Sir EVoCrard Cayloy, Bart., to SELL BY "AUCTION on MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1910, at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to conditions of Sale), about 70 LOIS 01 VALUABLE FREE- HOLD BUILDING LAND, forming part of the aforesaid CAYLEY ESTATE, and em- bracing about 57,000 SQUARE YARDS; also about 32 LOPS of amply secured GROUND RENTS, ranging in value from E-Z, to ClS5 per annum. 'c Further particulars (in due oourse) in Printed Particulars with Plans, which can be obtained from R. E. Birch, Esq, F.S.I., The CayJey Estate Offices, Colwyn Bay, and St. Asaph; of Messrs Porter, Amphlett and Co., Solicitors, Colwyn Bay; of Messrs Tasker Hart and Munby, Solicitors, 42, Queen- street, Scarborough; or of the Auctioneer, Tho Central Auction Mart Offices, Llev;e.lyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay (Tel. No. 121). 23924p Mr. Joseph Williams. SHORT NOTICE OF SALE. NO RESERVE. SOUTHPORT HOUSE, 4, ELWY-STREET, RHYL. ( TO-DAY (THURSDAY and FRIDAY), 27th and 28th OCTOBER, 1910. j 1%/fR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will SELL BY -• PUBLIC AUCTION, WITHOUT EE- i SERVE, the whole of the Modern HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and STOCK-IN- TRADE of Plurnbeirs, 'Gashtters, Electric Fit- tings, and Materials, briefly comprising: Sideboard, Overmantle, Dining-room Suite, Walnut Centre Table, PATENT BROAD- WOOD HARMONIUM with TEN STOPS, China Glazed Cupboard, Library dock, Bed- room Appointments, including excellent Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Toilet Dressing Stajids, good Feather Beds, GraiJWd Kitchen Dxessea-, Copper Kettle, Knieehole Pedestal D:sk, six Drawers, Letter Press, good Table I CutLsry, Electro Spoons, Prongs, Cruet, China. Servioes, Table and Bed Lvi-an, etc. Avery's Weighing Machine, Saddler's, Plumbex's Materials. w View each Morning of Sale. Cash Sale at Two o'clock prompt each Day. NOTE.—THAT THE STOCK-IN-TRADE OFFICE FURNITURE, OUTSIDE EFFECTS AND PART OF THE FURNITURE WILL BE SOLD TO-DAY (THURSDAY), AND REMAINDER OF FURNITURE ON FIU- DAY, AT TWO O'CLOCK. Furlh-er particular may be obtained from -a the Aoictionoftr, County Chamo-srs, 4, Queen- street, Rhyl, Tel. 179, <u:d Stafford Cham- bers, Pnestatyn. p iVJr Charles Morgan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER AND HOUSE AGENT, COLWYN 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. 213Glp The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular newspapers in tho Principality. Splendid medium for advertisers. ADVERTISE IJ(THE PIONEER AND INCREASE YOUR BUSINESS WRITE TO-DAY FOR TERMS TO THE ADVERTISING MANAGER, PIONEER OFFICE -o- COLWYN BAY. Mr. C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer. Land and Estate Agrent. 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 Bi1.sine.s3 sojd by Private Treaty. Mort- gages negotiated. Properties and Estattes carefully li.ana^ed, Rents coliected; Accounts resndened to suit Clients' convenience. In- ventories taken and checked. Surveys, Maps, Plans, etc. for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation purveyed. Insurances 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 CA^H SETTLEMENT, GIVE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS TO 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 whole or part contents of a House of Furniture up to any amount. ENQUIRIES INVITED. National Telephone 70. 28448p I TO-DAY (FRIDAY), 28th OCTOBER. STANLEY COTTAGE, STANLEY PARE:, RHYL. /"i. W ESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions from Mr James (who is givulg up the Premises-, to SELL BY AUCTION, 14 PIGS, 2-0 Couple FOWLS, Two DUCKS and DRAKE, Hearson's Inc-ubator, Egg Testing Lantern, Berne Mil], Poultry a.r Houses, larg quantity Wire Netting, two Ciolvanisod Corn Bins, Phipps' Foster- mother, Galvanised Swill Tub on Wheels, Joiner's Bench, Lawn Mower, Garden Roller,' Summer House, large quantity GeTanium Cuttings, and other Plants, Rose Trees, quantity of Cabbage, and other numerous items. Sale at Two o'clock sharp. On View Morn- ing of Sale. Auctioneer's Offices, Town Hall Chambers Rhyl. Tel. 70. RHYL, MELIDEN & RHUDDLAN. IMPORTANT SALE OF VALUABLE FREE- HOLD PROPERTIES AND BUILDING LAND. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION BY C. WTESLEY HASLAM, at the QUEEN'S HOTEL, lilll'L, 011 MONDAY, 0C- TOBER. 31st, 1310, -at 4 o'clock in the after- noon precisely, subject to such Coooitlons of Sale shall be then declared. Lot I.-All that valuable pieoe of BUILD- ING LAND, containing an area of 3990 square yards or thereabouts, situate close to MeLiden Station and th-e main road. This land is ripo for immediate development, being situ- 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 Plots, upon which could be erected fourteen Semi-detached Villas or Bungalows, and such plan may be inspected prior to the Sale at the Offioe of the Vendor's Solicitor, or at time of Sale. Vendor's Solicitor, Mr F. J. Gamlin, Soli- citor, Rhyl. Lot 2.—AH those four valuable Freehold Dwelling-houses, situat.3 and being Nee. 1, 2, 3 and 4, HIGHFIELD-TERRACE, HYLAS BACH, RIIUDDLAN, together with the Gar- dens and Appurtenances thereto, and produc- ing an annual rental of X40. Vendor's Soli- citors, Messrs Gold Edwards and Co., Soli- citors, Denbigh. Lot 3.—Ail those w%31 -built recently- erccted Semi-detached Freehold Villas, known as "SANDOWN" and "WOODBOROUGH," HYLAS-ROAD, RHUDDLAN, together with the Gardens and Appurtenances thereto, con- taining an area of 822 square yards or there- abouts, and now in the respective occupation of Mrs Griffiths and Mr Wood Taylor. These houses are attractive in appeiarance, 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 il2 13s. These Cottages have a good Garden, and are close to the Castle. Lot 5.—All those six Freehold Dwelling- houses, situate and being 10. 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15, R OSEHILL-TERR ACE, MILL BANK, RHYL, and producing a gross-annual rent of £ 104. Lot 6.—All that Freehold Dwelling-house, situate and being 1, KINMEL-TERRACE, SOUTH KINMEL STREET, RHYL, producing a gross annual rental of X18 4s, and now in the occu- pation of Miss Harris. Solicitor for Lots 3, 4, 5 and 6, Mr J. Pierce Lewis, Solicitor, Rhyl and Prestatyn. N.B.—The whole of the properties are well tenanted, in a good state of repair, pleasant- ly situate in a growing neighbourhood, and well worthy of the attention of Speculators and others. Further particulars may be obtained from the respective Solicitors, or of th.e whole of the Lots from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, The Auction and Estate Offices, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. T. 70. WITHOUT RESERVE. ARCADE AUCTION MART, RHYL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1st, 1910. C. WESLEY HASLAM has received in- structions from a well-known Nursexy- man, to SELL BY AUCTION on the above date and Premises, entirely Without Reserve, a large consignment of ORNAMENTAL TREES and SHRUBS, Fruit Trees, Rose Trees, etc., including: Laurels, Privet, Rhododandroms, Cupressus, Box, Holly, Flowering Shrubs, Sycamore, Limes, Elms, Alder, Poplars, well-known varieties of Apple, Pear and Cherry Trees, and the best varieties of Rosea. Salo to oommcnce at Two p.m.. No Re- serve. On View Morning of Sale. Terms Cash. Auctioneer's Offices, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 70. EARLY IN NOVEMBER. THE HARBOUR, RHYL. WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured with instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, a large quantity of SHIP'S TIMBER, MACHINERY, MOTORS, BOATS, etc. Further partioaburs in future issue. THIRD ANNUAL OPERATIC PERFORMANCE. Pier Pavilion, Colwyn Bay. Grand Theatre, Llandudno Tuesday & Wednesday, Nov. I & 2 Thursday, November 3rd. Admission —3/ 2/- and 1 Admission—3/ 2/6, 2/ 1 and Gallery, 6d. Admission -31-; 2/- and 1/- Admission-3/ 2/6, 2/ II- and Gallery, 6d. At 8 MISS LENA THOMAS (and Colwyn Bay Friends) present Gilbert & Sullivan's Charming PTT 1 ? TV T A C~ (by permission of Japanese Opera Jj f\, IVi. X JLV/\ V>>/ Mrs Doyly Carte). MR E. THORNLEY-DODGE as KO-KO and the opera produced under his direction FULL ORCHESTRA AND CHORUS Musical Director and Conductor MR. H. LYELL-TAYLER. gEATS 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 Clixton. Music Depot, Lower Mostyn Street, Llandudno. Early doors, 7-15 6d extra. 1 Old Colwyn 'Bas runs to and from performances. I Car- riages at 10-30 p.m. The profits of these performances will be divided between local charity (Colwvn Bay and Llandudno, THE REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL WILL BE SHOWN BY REYNOLDS' FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES AT THE PUBLIC HALL. TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY), FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 3. EDUCATIONAL. ABERGELE COUNTY SCHOOL (FOR BOYS & GIRLS), THE SECONDARY SCHOOL FOR THE COLWYN BAY DISTRICT. HEADMASTER: Mn J. WILLIAMS, M.A. (Oxon), Assisted by an Experienced Stail of Masters and Miistreeties. r 11HE Distinctions gain«e<I by past and pre- seait pupils of Abergel>e County School during the last four years include: — SCHOLARSHIPS AND EXHIBITIONS: Meyrick Exhibition, Jesus College, Oxford; Open Exhibition, Trinity CoLieg-e, Cam- bridge; Open Exhibition, Josus Coiiege, Ox- ford; Minor Scholarship, Trinity College, Cacobridge; Major Scholarship (. £ 100 a year for five yeais), Trinity Colege, Cambridge; Open Exhibitions, University College, Ban- gor; Denbighshire County Exhibitions; King's Scholarship, Etc. PASSES AT: HjetorioaJ Tripos, Cambridge University (First-Class, Part 1.): Historical Tripos, Cambridge University (First-Class, Part II.); London ion; Wolsh Mat- riculation Oxford Refiponsions; Cambridge Previous; Edinburgh Medical ProLiminary; Civil Service (Third in the Kingdom at Post Offhx) Examinations); Chartered Account- ante, Filial (Third in Honours!; Bank and Insurance Examinations; The Degree Exam- inations of tho Universities of Wales, Ox- ford, Cambridge amd Edinburgh. CENTRAL WELSH BOARD CERTIFI- CATES (whicil exempt from most of the Pro- fessional Preliminary Examinations); Honours Stage, Senior Stage and Junior Stago ■Wiith numerous Distinctions, etc. BOARDERS RECEIVED. The Railway Fares of Pupils from Col- wyn Bay and Old Colwyn are Paid by the County School Governors. WILTON HOUSE, ALEXANDRA ROAD, COLWYN BAY. THE MISSES MORRIS. BOARDING and DAY SCHOOL for GIRLS. o Preparatory for little Boys. ROOftF^C Scl)00lt COLWYN FOR GIRLS. PREPARATORY FOR YOUNG BOYS. Principals MRS. & MISS WILLIAMS-REES. Collegiate School (CB^*n) For BOARDERS & DAY PUPILS. Principal: T. HERBER DAVIES, F.R.G.S. (Class, and Mathematical Tutor). SUCCESSES gained by tho Principal's Pupils for 1905-10:—■ 3 London Matriculation. 14 College of Preceptors (1st and 2nd Cl.). 5 Medical and Dental Preliminary Exams. 2 Oxford Local Exams. (Senior). 1 Ox fond Responsions. 6 Shorthand (Pitman's), Advanoed and Speed. 1 St. David's College, Lampeter. 4Board of Education Exams. Special preparation for Theological Colleges. Mrs T. Herber Davies, A.L.C.M., gives lessons in Pianoforte Playing, Theory, and Harmony. Prospectus and complete list of successes on application. Half-term com- mences NOVEMBER 1st. 28222p TENDERS. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE TY'RMAWN & PA'NTYCARW STONE QUARRIES, GWYDR ESTATE, LLANRWST. VyHERE BUILDING STONES and » v MACADAM and also CHIPPINGS suit- able for Paths, etc., may be obtained at tha lowest possible pTicas.—Apply to- E. O. ROBERTS, Bryn Crafiiant, 27399p Trefriw, R.S.O. LLYSFAEN PARISH CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICES. Morning Ii-IS (1.111. I Seats Free. SAILINGS. CUNARD LINE ROïAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTFST VESSELS in the WORLD, "FRANCONIA" and "LACONIA" (each 18,000 tons grosa and Twin-Screw) now building LARGEST AND FASTEST SHIPS TO BOSTON. From LIVERPOOL (Via Queenstown). TO NEW YORK. TO BOSTON. M*uretania,Sat,Oct. 29 ) Ivernia, lues., Nov. 8 Lusitania, Sat-, Nov., 5 Ivirnia, TuoK., Jan. 8 CANADA.—FAST ROUTE. SPECIAL RATES For further particulars, apply to Local A seats, or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COM- PANY, LTD., LIVERPOOL PUBLIC NOTICES. Llandudno Autumn Concerts The Pier Company's CELEBRATED ORCHESTRA (Conducted by Mr Walter Haigh). Friday, October 28th- MISS DOROTHY SILK (SOPRAXO) Grand Final Concerts of the Series Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 29th & 301,h- MISS LUCY NUTTALL (CONTIALTO) MR- JAMES COLEMAN (BARITONE) TimA, prices of admission, and train and tram fscilities as usual. MANCHESTER ORPHEUS GLEE SOCIETY. THE BRITISH CHAMPIONS. ^^INCER ir above Society, visiting WaJe* oooasiona,ilv, will give LESSONS ia VOICE PRODUCTION. Judges' Remarks at the National Eisteddfod: — "THE TONE PRODUCTION OF THIS CHOIR WAS ALL THAT COULD BE DE- SIRED." For terms, apply,— JOHNSON, 11, Mvfield Grove, R«eddish Lane, Gorton, Manchester. 28919p NADOLIG, 1910. EISTEDDFOD YR WYDDGRUG (0 dan nawdd Ysgol Bethesda M.C.) A GYNHELIR Dydd Linnt Rhagfyr 26ain, igiot YN NEUADD Y DREF. CYSTADLEUAETHAU— Cor Cymysg, Cor Meibion. Cor Plant Un. awdau Soprano, Tenor, Bass; Deuawd Tenor a Bass Unawd i Blant Adroddiadau Traetb- odau Barddoniaetb. Hefyd. Cystadleuaetb Ysgrifenu Stori fer yng Nghj mraeg. jEjg Mewn Gwobrwyon. RHAGLEN O'R TESTYNAU, ic. Gyda-r Post, ItC. D. R. ROBERTS, TY BRITH, MOLD, 28717P YsGRIIfENYDD. Chester Fanciers' Association's GRAND ANNUAL OPEN SHOW OF DOGS, POULTRY AND PIGEONS WILL BE HELD IN THE GROSVENOR SKATING RIXK, CfTl ROAD, CHESTER, On 2nd and 3rd November. SPLENDID ENTRIES. -kdmlsq ION -We&-iorday. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 2, 2 p n to cJose of Show at 9 }I.m.. lg. nursday, 10 a.m. to J p.m., Is.; 2 p.m. to close of tbow at 5 p.m., Gd. 23355) LLANRWST. CLÜIELIR CYFARFOD LLENYDDOL CHERDDOROL vug- NGHAPEL EBEN- EZER, RHAGFYR 26ain. Rhoptr o r Testynau i'w cael gfan yr Ysgrif» ennydd, W MR S. T. PO-PERM. 5, Carrington-terrace, LIanrwet. L COLWYN BAY GOLF CLUB, SPORTING 9-HOLE COURSE, SITUATE ABOVE PWLLyCRQCHAN TVOCD, COMFORTABLE CLUB HOUSE, Luncheons and Refreshments Provided. GOLFING REQUISITES STOCKED, Steward and Professional L. GREEV. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Pen* Aimu^. Honorary Members .ti 18 and 10s. Residviit Members— Ladies £ 1 18 .)d. Gentlemen £ 2 2s Od. Country Members— Ladies or Gentlemen X- I Is M. Visitors, 2s per Day; Is Half-Day Ticket* issued after One o'clock; 5s per Week DOUGLAS M. PEACOCK, Hon. Sec. Club House, Colwyn Bay- The "Pioneer" ia recognised as one of the meet popular newspapers in the Principality. 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