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v. Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI. AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Established 1853. tS"TNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Build- ru ing Estates, Freehold and Leasehold House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. VALUA- TIONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mort- gage Purposes. INVENTORIES carefully prepared aud examined. RENTS COL- LECTED. Life and Fire Insurance Agents tor the Leading Offices.—TY'N-Y-FYNWENT- LLANRWST (Telephone 15), and CEFNI CHAMBERS- LLANGEFNI. 15234 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, 1910. I BRYN-Y-MAEN, COLWYN BAY. SALE of the WHOLE of the Valuable LIVE and DEAD STOCK, comprising 52 Head of Cattle, 11 Heavy and Light Horses, 140 W-cUh Breeding Ewes, Wiltshire, and Southdown Ranis, 350 Hobbets of Oats, Wheat and Bariey, 10 Acres of Swedes and Turnips, together 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). Ujual Credit. Sale at 12 o'clock noon PROMPT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 1910. TAL YCAFN MART PERIODICAL SALE OF 50 Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows, and Bulls. I CaJving- Cows and Heifers. 20 Store Bullocks and HEIIOIS. 700 Fiat Wethers, Ewes, and La.:ii us. 10 FAt Pigs and Calves. Siailia at 12.30 o'clock prompt. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910. "RONALEYN," TREFRiW. GALE of the Surplus FURNITURE, in- eluding several valuable Antique pieces, the property of J. Pain D.1.Vi\ E&q. (who i& leaving the neighbourhood1. Sale at One o'clock. PENISA'R PENTRE, ROE WEN. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, 1910. SAL 15 of the FARMING STOCK. IMPLE- MENTS, DAIRY UTENSILS, a-id Por- tion otf HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, tiro property of Mis. E. Hugites (who i. giving up foirmiing). Threo months' Credit w,,Il 00 givem for sums of X5 amd upwards upoai approved i'X,ui'i.ty. or Discount for Cash. SaJe at O o'clock. r- THURSDAY NOVEMBER 24tii, 1J10. MINAB ON, WATKilLOO BRIDGE, Birr1' >ED. -p- GALE of the i.'UBN"p! V lio l,iOLD EFFECTS, w> j^jki w Mrs Hainson (who is leaving), Executrix c,f tlii late George Hainson. 28920p Mr Ernest Jones. By Ouxkir of a Gentleman. Removed for Convenierice of Salle. ELLIS' BUILDINGS, 13a, WATER-STREET, RHYL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1910. ]VS~R ERNEST JONES has been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, about 200 Lots of HOUSEHOLD LINEN, ELECTRO-PLATED GOODS, CHINA and CUTLERY. briefly comprising :—E.P. Tea. a-nd Coffee Ser- vice, Engraved E.P. Trinket Casket, E.P. Kettle a-iid Stand with Spirit Lamp, E.P. Butter Dish with Revolving Lid, E.P. Toast Hack, E.P. Firili SILoa and Fork in C'aao, Em- bossed Fruit or Caaxl Basket, E.P. Knives aind PRONGS. Quantity of handsome GOSS WARE and. otb-r Pieces of CHINA, GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK in Oak Case with brass dial, by Gabriel Smith, Chesteir; 21 handsome Tea aaid Tray Cloths, eigilt small Bread Cloths im Silk, 100 Toilet Mats in Laoo, etc.; 17 Table-cant r-es, 15 Antimiac- cassars in Lace and Em1 broidery, Wocrieii Blankeita, Couaterpanes, Pillow-cases, Quilts, etc.; Silwets, largie and email Damask Table Cloths, Bath Towels, PiUow-^slips, Bol- eftor-caseg, ftc. On View Morning of Sale. Ssaia to oom- mence at 2 p.m. sharp. No reserve. Auction amci Estate Offices, 7, Bodifor-stroet RhyJ. Treil. 67. Mr Matthew Ryan, AUCTIONEER. VALUER, ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the lat-L, Mx Geo. F. Felton, Auctioneer), Qerneral Certified Bailiff under the Law of Distress Amendment Act, England and Wales. TVTR RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales A and Valuations in any district, also Inventories attended to on reasonablo terms. » For the past 27 years he has been employed on valuations at leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the six counties of Wales, and elsewhere; also has arranged some of the best Sales in those counties. Highest references given. Prompt settle- ments. AUGUSTA ST (N<iAR,JR °PP°*ITE TKO «. U VX C O -L XL kJ-L. Kail war Station). Ielepbone 173 LLANDUDNO. Messrs. Wm. Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. CAXTON BUILDINGS, BANGOR (Head Office), and TRINITY-SQUARE, LLANDUDNO. Telegran, :-Dewson, Bangor Telephone No. 13. Dewsou. Llandudno. Te:ephone No. 1.7. Messrs G. Perkins and Co. (With 20 Years' Local Experience), AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS. HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS, _0- 16, STATION-ROAD, COLWYN BAY, TELEPHONE NO. 27. ^ALES 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, 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. I9834P 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. Sales by Auction and 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 CAE'RGRAIG, LLANRWST. WM. PIERCE'S ANNUAL SALE of CATTLE and SHEEP. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1910. GWNINGERT CAPEL GARMON, LLANRWST. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER llth, 1910. Q ALE of the whole of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, CROPS, etc., the property of Mr Robert Parry (who is leav- ing). Sale at 12.30. Usual Credit. CAE'RGRAIG MART, LLANRWST TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1910. ?VTEXT PERIODICAL SALE of CATTLE and SHEEP. Sale at 12.30 p.m. I Messrs Clough and Co. TY CANOL, YSCEIFIOG. about THREE muiieis from Caarwys Station. IMPORTANT and UNRESERVED SALE of LIVE AND DEAD FARMING STOCK. "jVTEStSRS CLOUGH and CO. THAW roocdved iLrtisftrueitfians from Miss Mary EDWARDS TO SELL BY AUCTION, on MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7th, 1910, viz. 30 Head of Chorioe Cattle, including Dairy Cows, Caloury Heifers, amd Prime Bullocks, "Crops (ail to go off), throe STACKS of Clovecr Ryegrass Hay, ton "CIJTITO of OATE and Barley, five acres of Man- two POWERFUL Cart BCCSS, and. Porny, Implemants of H-usoxiaidry, young- BREEDING Sow, Dairy Utsnsils, and a portion of t.ho Household Furniture. Sale at 12 o'clock. Terms: Cash. 2894Gp NORTH WALES. COUNTY OF FLINT. PARISH OF YSCEIFIOG. I. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION BY MESSES CLOU AN .AND co„ at THE BULL HOTEL, DENBIGH, on WEDNES- DAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910, at 3 the afternoon, SUBJECT to Conditions THEN +JV->TNFV r„rochic?d. ithat very desixahie Free- I FOO'-D Farm., KUOV.A AS CLAZ-L LLI'N, ?'> Sp. CR -,niy about z- x Acpaa of Ripe 03.k Pilantaitions, in the occu- pation of Mr David Evans, as yearly tenant. For Particailairs and Plan, apply to MESSRS Barrow aad Smith, Solioitors, 19, BRA.&^RNOSIC- s'-r,e.-tt, Aibeirt^square, Manohicstor, and tc- t'ho Auctioiiiicers, Estate Offices, Denbigh. ioL'iop SALE BY Messrs David Roberts and Son. AUCTIONEERS and VALUERS, CORWEN, DENBIGH, and LLANGOLLEN. On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th. IQIFT- HiigMy Impartanit audi Attractive Sale of 31 Head, df. Colory (Jross-bred In-celf Dairy Cows, Heifers, and Young Cattle; 10 Power- ful Cart Horses, Celts, Fillies, ACID Cobs; 231 Cross Shropshire and Southdown Ewe,5, Lambs, amid Ra.m Lambs, Welsh Moumlain Ewes and Lambis. 33 Stacks .arud of "weH-harvested Hay, Corn, and Straw (all F.o go off); about SIX ACRES of LI-aalthy Swicdics, Quantity of Potatoes, together wiitih a full complemeait of useful Farming Implememts, HORSE GEARING-, and I';J,rt of the Datiry Utenaiils and Hous'cilio.ld Furni- ture, whsxvh induflo items an GENUINE OLD OAK, etc., art TREFLACH, LLANSANNAN, (diatamt Severn. Miles from DLnbigli AND Abergele, 2} Miles from LLanjaantnain, Llan- tefydd, and LLANFAATTAIHAIIARN), which "LT/TESSBS DAVID ROBERT^ aaid SON RE- flpeotftilily AAIINOUNCE THEDX instruti ms from Mr Owen Hugihies (who as leaving) to ooaiduet on the premises at TREFLACH, LLANSANNAN, aforesaid, 00l THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910. Usual Credit or Discount given. Luaicli (by Tickett) at 10.30, and Saie a.t 11.30 to the mimiite. Full Descriptive Catalogues may be ha-d. SEVERN Da.ys prior to TLBO Sale fror-i the Auc- itiionee.rs, and at THE principal HoieiLs L11 TIKE nio*-ghlbo Lixhood. Messrs Frank Lloyd & Sons ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 1910. FRANK LLOYD amd SONS have Grand ENTITIES to hand for this Sale. Mora respectfully invited. Grand trade. CASH 28PJ4p LAST SALES FOR THE YEAR. 600 Horses. £ 40 Prizes. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM. 17<RANK LLOYD and SONS invite Entries for— WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th: Hunters, HARNEY Horses, Cobs, and Ponies. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17th: Waggon, Lurry, Van and Young Horses. Entries close MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. Mr. S. Johnston, A.UCTIONEER, HOUSE AGENT, YALUER, INSURANCE AGENT, OFFICE and SALE ROOM, SEA VIEW CRESCENT, COLWYN BAY. SALES BY AUCTION of HOUSES, FURNI- TURE, STOCK, FIXTURES, Etc., on 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'lief;denoe). The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular newjpapers in the Principality, gplendid medium for Q4VertMM Mr. C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Aeent. ALES 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 Business sold by Private Treaty. Mort- gages negotiated. Properties and Estates carefully n-anagcd, Rents collected; Accounts rendeted to suit Clients' convenience. In- ventories taken and checked. Surveys, Maps, Plane, etc. for any purpose. Building Estates laid out. Dilapidation surveyed. Insurances effected through any of the prin- cipal Offices. Enquiries invited. 1HE CENTRAL AUCFION and ESTATE OFFICES, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. Nat. Tel. 70. RilYL. 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- J 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 RECED- 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 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1910. DENBIGH SMITHFIELD. C. WESLEY HASLAM HAS reocived in- structions to SELL by AUCTION, aib- solutF-Iv withost IRAEETVE, a VALUABLE Ccmaign- M.RIIT;, of ORNAMENTAL TREES and SHRUBS, FRUIT TREES, ROSES, etc. to comirocinc5 AT 1 p.m. No RESERVE. LTmdor Ddstnxss for Rent. 29, WEST PARADE, RHYL. C. WESLEY HASLAM will SELL by AUC- TION tlw> WHOLE of the HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER lOt.h, 1910. Sa.1e a,t 2 p.m. Terms: Casih. On View Morning of S. EARLY IN NOVEMBER. THE HARBOUR, RHYL. C1. WESLEY HASLAM has been favoured J Avith instructions to SELL BY AUC- TION, a large quantity of SHIP'S TIMBER. MACHINERY, MOTORS. BOATS, etc. Further particulars in future issue. fw" George Perkins. PLAS NEWYDD FARM, CEFN, Situated 3 MIJCS from St. Asaph, aaid 5 frcun Abeirgeie. TO FARMERS, CORN MERCHANTS, BUT- CHERS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE DEAL- ERS, AND OTHERS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11th, at 12 o'clock. IMPORTANT AND ATTRACTIVE AGRICULTURAL SALE. TVJR GEORGE PERKINS has received in- -F" structions from. Mr W. E. Owen (who is giving up Farming) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, oai THE above drutc aind PREMISES, thie WHOLE of tfho LIVE and DEAD ING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ANTIQUE FURNITURE, etc., including:—NIIC*? valu- able Heavy AND Iiht Horses, 30 Hoad of grand, well-bred Cattle, 75 choice WD'sih EWES, two Pedigree Southdown Rams, four STRONG Store Pigs, 60 Hcad of Poultry, SIX Stack of well-harvested Clover Hay (about 20 tons), sm-OJL Stack of Hay, Stacks of Beans, Oats, and Bairley; up-to-date AG^OOUILTURAI Impllemeaits, Hotr&O GeaTing, S.addleiry,. Dairy Uteoisils, An.tiquie and Modecn Furiiiifciur>e>, Outside Effects, etc. The Auctioneer djesires to caul special atten- tion to this important Sale, the- Horses arpd Cattle bedng of exceptional goad qucliity, the Imlpements are modern and up-to-date, and the wihole being well worthy of attention. Terms: Cash at t-h-e fall of TIIC hamaneir. No Catalogues. Far further paff-ticula.rs, apply to the Auc- TIOMJEEIR, at his Offices, Abergele AND Rhyll. 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. RENT'S COL- LECTED. INVENTORIES CAREFULLY PREPARED AND EXAMINED. Offices: COLWYN BAY AUCTION ROOMS. Nat. Tel. 106. 21361p 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 House and shop Property, Build- ing Land and Estates,.Live and Dead Farming Stock, t-louwako,4 Furniture, etc.. etc. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Probate, Btwi- U656 Transfers, Hoteta, etc. Inventories oarefulfy prepared and examined. Ag,el-it 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. Ilousq? to Let, Furnished or Unfurnished. N.B.—The AuctionMart will be Open Daily to receive Entries for Sale. Good Class Entries solicited. Tcleohone No. 121. p. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT, COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. THE CAYLEY ESTATE. Most Important and Extensive SALE of Va uable FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, forming part of the well-known Cayley Estate, and fully secured Ground Rents, sit'.iated in the very best positions in this increasingly popular Seaside Summer and Wrinter Resort. M.H H. F. ASHBY is favoured with in- structions by Sir Everard Cavley, Bart., to ELL BY AUCTION on MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1910, at the COLWYN BAY HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, at 3 o'clock in the Afternoon (subject to oond.ih)DS of SaM. about 70 LOIS of-VALUABLE FREE- HOLD BUILDING LAND, forming part of the aforesaid CAYLEY ESTATE, and em- bracing about 57,000 SQUARE YARDS: also abo it 32 LOTS of amply secured GROUND RENTS, ranging in value from £ 0 to .£185 per annum. Further particulars (in due course) in Printed Particulars with Plans, which can 1.> obtained from R. E. Birch, Esq, F.S.I., Th. Cayley Estato Offices, Colwyn Bay, and St. of Messrs Porter, A*irrphlett and Co., Solicitors, Colwyn Bay; of Messrs Tasker Hart and Munby, Solicitors, 42, Queon- strf-et, Scarborough; or of the Auctioneer, T:h:- Central Auction Mart Offioes, Llewelyn Chambers, Colvvyn Bay (Tol. No. 121). 28924p Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, F.A.I. ABERGELE SMITHFIELD NEXT SALE TAKES PLACE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14th. Cif-IS. P. SHEFFIELD (assisted by RICHARD PEARCE) solicits favours for tlo above. Full market Last Saie. Fat Cattla sold up to £ 17 17s 6d; Ccilving CovPs, from £ 19 12s Gd Ste~D Cattle, Calves, 7Ss; Shoep, 35s, aaid La:nl)s, 24s id. Eacly Entries wilu obj'.ge. p ON SALE (FREEHOLD). Siibstantially built and roomy, rooejitly ccctitc-d RESIDENCE known as "Craig Nair," Hillside, Prestatyn, together with GAEDEX, CUOFT, STABLE, etc., in iafl about one-and-a-qivartetr acres of land. The ihouea contaios 5 Bedrooms, 2 Sittiing-rooms, Kitcheins and Pantries, and has bcien recem tly decorated. The whole 1rj: in eicciliemt state of repair. ALSO A WELL-BUILT HOUSE AND STABLE AT GWAENYSGOR, containing 3 Beda-oams, Parlour, Kitchen and Scullery, Good Gaa-den with Fruit Trees, etc., altogether about 750 yards of Land. These Two Lots w-er-e recently offered by Au-ctijoin aaid the ax:oe.rve prices were < £ 550 and X210 respectively. The owner now offers both for SeOO. Either place would do well far Poultry Farm, Scuioal, Institution HoJjday Home, Boardiaig or Lodging House. This as with- out doubt case of tha cheapest bargains ever offemad in this growing dierttniet, "Craig Nair," ailono having cost the prtescnt owner over .TSOO. AppZy, WM. INGLEFIELD, 23968p AGENT, PRESTATYN. SAILINGS. CUNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. LARGEST AND FASTEST VESSELS in the WORLD. "FRANCONTA" and "LACONIA" (each LS.OC'O tons gross and Twin-Screw) now building. LARGEST AND FASTEST SHIPS TO BOSTON. From LIVERPOOL (Via Queenstown). TO NEW YORK. TO BOSTON. Lnsitania, Hat-, Nov., 5 I Ivernia, Tuc$., Nor. 8 Carmania, S&t., Nov. 12 | Ivernia, Tuoa., Jan. 3 CANADA.-FAST ROUTE. SPECIAL RATES L'or further particulars, apply to Local AREATA, or to THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COM- PANY, LTD.. Liverpool. ADVERTISE IX THE PIONEER Jt AND INCREASE YOUR BUSINESS WRITE TO-DAY FOR TERMS TO THE ADVERTISING MANAGER, PIONEER OFFICE -o- COLWYN BAY. r. EDUCATIONAL. ABERGELE COUNTY SCHOOL, (FOR BOYS & GIRLS), THE SECONDARY SCHOOL FOX THE COLWYN BAY DISTRICT. HEADMASTER: MR J. WILLIAMS, M.A. (Oxonj, Assisted by an Experienced Staff of Masters and Mistresses. f I THE Distinctions gained by past and pre- ■«- sent pupils of Abergele County School during the last four vears include: — SCHOLARSHIPS "AND EXHIBITIONS: Meyrick Exhibition, Jesus College, Oxford; Open Exhibition, Trinity Cam- bridge; Open Exhibition, Jesus College, Ox- ford; Minor Scholarship, Trkiity College, Cambridge; Major Scholarship (£100 a ye-ax for five years), Trinity Colege, Cambridge; Open Exhibitions, University College, Ban- gor; Denbighshire County Exhibitions j King's Scholarship, Etc. PASSES AT: Historical Tripos, Cambridge University (First-Class, Part 1.): Historical Tripos, Cambridge University (First-Class, Pa.rt II.); London Matriculation Welsh Mat- riculation Oxford Responsions; Cambridge Previous; Edinburgh Medical Preliminary; Civil Service (Third in the Kingdom at Tost Offioe Examinations); Chartered Account- ants, Final (Thud in Honours); Bank and Insurance Examinations; The Degree Exam- inations of the Universdti.es of Wales, Ox- foi-d, Cambridg-e amd Edinburgh. CENTRAL WELSH BOARD CERTIFI- CATES (which exempt from most of the Pro- fessional Preliminary Examinations); 1 Honours Stage, Senior Stage and Junior Stage w;th numerous Distinctions, etc. BOARDERS RECEIVED. The Railway Fares of Pupils from Col- v,yti Bay and Old Colwyn are Paid by the County School Governors. Rooftrec School t COLWYN FOR GIRLS. PREPARATORY FOR YOUNG BOYS. Principals MRS. & MISS "WILLIAMS-REES. Collegiate School (°B^n) For BOARDERS & DAY PUPILS. Principal: T. HERBER DAVIES, F.R.G.S. (Class, and Mathematical Tutor). SUCCESSES gained by the Principal's £ 3 Pupils for 190.5-10:- 3 London Matriculation. 14 College of Preceptors (1st and 2nd CI.). 5 Medical and Dental Preliminary Exams. 2 Oxford Local Exams. (Senior). 1 Oxford Eesponsions. 6 Shorthand (Pitman's), Advanced and Speed. 1 St. David's College, Lampeter. .:1, Board of Education Exams. Special preparation for Theological Colleges. Mrs T. Eerber Davies, A.L.C.M., gives lessons in Pianoiorte Playing, Theory, END Harmony. Prospeehts and wrnpl-c-te list of successes Oil application. Half-term com- mences NOVEMBER Lt. 28222p MUSICAL. MR. BRYAN WARHURST A.R.C.M., L.R.A.M., Organist and Choirmaster of St. Thomas' Church, Rhyl; Choirmaster of St. Paul's Church, Col- wyn llay; Singing Master. County School, Rhyl, etc.. etc. ORGAN, PIANOFORTE. SINGING, AND VOICE PRODUCTION. HARMONY. THEORY. Pupili prepared for all examinations. Latest successes. 29 Successful Candidates (R-A M and R.C-M.) from July, 1308, to Dwem, 1909. Special coaching for L.RA.M. and A.R.CM. Diplomas. Preparation personally, or by post. complete course of Practical and Theoretical Work Papers set to oovor the whole ground of Voice Production and Pianoforte Teaching. VISITS COLWYN BAY and OLD COLWYN TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Haydn House, Rhyl. 257591) MR F. GURNEY BARNETT L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M. (Teaching Singing). (Teaching Pianoforte). Conductor oi the Colwyn Bal Philharmonio Society, Ladies' Choir, and Amateur Orchestra. VOICR-, PRODUCTION, SOLO SINGING, PIANOFORTE, ORGAN, THEORY, HARMONY, COUNTERPOINT, Etc. Complete preparation f the L.R.A.M. and A.R.C.M. Diplomas; and aU other recognised Examinations. Normanhurst, Llancrch Road, COLWYN BAY. pianoforte, Organ, Singing, Parmony. P. W. MATHERS, A.R.C.O. (Member Incorporated Society of Musicians), RECEIVES PUPILS AT BAYCLIFFE," IOLWVNROBAV. LESSONS GIVEN AT PUPILS' RESIDENCE IF DJFIEIRTD. Preparation for I.S.M. and oilier Examinations. MANY PAST SUCCESSES. MODERATE TERMS. 27350P I MR. E. ARTHUR MORRIS, A.R.C.O., ORGANIST & CHOIRMASTER OF ST. JOB.V'S CHURCH, OLD COLWYN, GIVES LESSONS IN PIANO, ORGAN AND SINGING. For Terms, etc apply AMBION," OLD COLWYN. 28161P THE CLAXTON-JONES ORCHESTRA (ANY NUMBER), OPEN TO ENGAGEMENTS FOR ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS. REPERTOIRE INCLUDES LATEST LONDON AND CONTINENTAL SUCCESSES. Terms on application to Holland Villa, Bodafon, Llandudno. 87551p The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular newspapers in the Principality. Splendid ANDIUM for vQrtåe CHURCH ROOM COLWYN BAY. AN ENTERTAINMENT will be held on WEDNESDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER, 1910, IN AID OF THE LOCAL TERRITORIAL COMPANY, when the THE HON. MRS LAURENCE BRODRICK WILL PRESIDE. .II! Music, Tableaux Vivants, Duologue, Dancing, &c., &c. Those who have already kindly consented to take part include— Mrs Plews Miss M. Roberts Miss W. Pryce-Jones Mr Watkin Williams (Carnarvonl Miss D. Nunn Miss N. Nunn Miss G. Roberts Members of G. Coy. 3th R.W.F. Mr Bird Mr A. M. Borthwick Dancing ;-Miss Connis Greig & Miss Mary MacNicoR PRIcEs-Reserved Seats. 2/ Unreserved, II. and 6d. Reserved Seats to be booked at Me Fleet's, Penrhyn Road. Doors open 7 p.m. Commence 7-30 p.m. Carriages at 10 p m. PUBLIC HALL COLWYN BAY REYNOLDS' FAMOUS ANIMATED PICTURES For one week commencing Monday next, Nov. 7th "The Funeral of Prince Francis of Teck," In addition to the Ordinary Programme. NIGHTLY AT 8. MATINEE ON SATURDAY AT 3. COLWYN BAY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. President: D. GAMBLE, Eeq. Lady PnesixJcmt: MADAME RIVIERE Clkairmaffl.: T. E. PURDY, Esq. Vioe-Chiairmaa: W. JACKSON, Esq. Horn. Treasurer: W. H. BOURNE, Esq. GRAND FLORAL CONCERT AND CHRYSANTHEMUM AND FRUIT SHOW AT THE VICTORIA PAVILION, Wednesday, 16th November, 1910 MRS JOHN BROCK WILL OPEN THE SHOW AT 3 O'CLOCK. rpHE following EMINENT ARTISTES wfll appea.r:- MADAME DEWS, MR E. THORNLEY DODGE, MR C. 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