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Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Established. 1853. 'i\'DERTAKE Sales of Landed and Buill- u ing Estate6, Pre-elioid and I.&,aseho,d House Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. VALUA- TIONS for Tenant Right, Probate and Mort- gage Purposes. IN VENTORIES 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. 15294 THURSDAY and FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24th and 25th, 1910. MINAFON, WATERLOO BRIDGE, BETTWSYCOED. IMPORTANT TWO DAYS' SAEE of the Valuable Antique and Modern HOUSE- HOLD APPOINTMENTS, including several pieces of Old Oak Rosewood Walnut NVood and Maihogariy, Chin-a, Electroplate, etc., pro- perty of the late George Harrison (deceased). SaJc at 12.30 o'clock each day. Catalogues can bo obtained on application at the place of sale, or of the Auotionoers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1910. FURNACE, TALYCAFN, SALE of the FARMING STOCK, FURNT- TURE, etc., the properly of Mr Charles Meeson (who 13 leaving). SaJe at 12.50 o'clock p.m. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1910. ) FFRITH-Y-LL EGLWYSBACH. I SALE of the WHOLE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK, CROPS and HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Sale- at One o'clock. MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 1910. TALYCAFN MART. P,EAT 1,7th CHRI??;MAS PRIZE SHOW G 'Lad SALE, ivhei-i ;635 will be given in Cash Prizes. The following are the Entries to Land:— 185 Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers, Cows bind Bulls. 1000 R.ipe Wethers, Ewes and Lambs. 3D Bacon and Porket Pigs. 10 Fa.t Calves. Judging at 10 o'clock. Sale at Half-past Eleven o'clock. Rø Robert Itowlinson (Deceased). BETTWS-Y-COED, NORTH WALES TO GROCERS, BAKERS, PROVISION DEALERS. FLOUR MERCHANTS, AND OTHERS. TT|"ESSR,S ROBERT and ROGERS JONES boto announce that they have been favoured with instructions to SELL BY PUB- 1 10 "S LIC AUCTION, at the Eagles Hotel, IATanrwst, rm WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 7th. 1910, at 5 o'clock in tho attciuoon (subject to vo £ j'Iitio;< to bo then produced and read), all the Lease- hold Messuage or Dwelling- House, Shop and Premises known as LLYS CARADOG, situate in a first class position in the weli-known um- in or resort of Bot-tw^yc-oed, together with the old established Gan-e-ral Grooery Business carried on upon the premises. An extensive trade has been done upon the premise^ for many years in Grocery, Provi- sions, Flour, Corn, Bakery, etc.: and to which ij attached a full off-licence to sell beer, Wine, and apirite. The premises comprise: — Warehouse, Wine CeSJlar, Baikehouse and Kitchen, Spacious Shop with Wa-rohouse at rear; 2 Sitting Rooms, Hall, 5 Bedrooms, and Landings; Flour Warehouse, Goal and Paraffin Warehouse. Pubiic Oven, Stable a.od Garden. The property is held under lease for the term of 99 ye a re, commencing on the lot day of November, 1883, at an annual ground rent of J36 6j. The aibove property is disposed of in conse- qu'ence of the death of the proprietor, and wil'l include the good-will of the business. The .Stock-in-trade and effects (other thian furniture) to be taken at a valuation. For further particulars and conditions of sale, apply to Messrs Griffith and Allard, soliicitors. LLaurwKt, or of the Auctioneers, Ty'ayfynwont, Llanrwst. November 22nd. 1910. Mr. T. W. Griffith. DERBY HOUSE SHOP, LLOYD STREET, LLANDUDNO. Ti|-R T. W. GRIFFITH begs to announce Irl receipt of instructions from a Gentle- man who is leaving the neighbourhood, to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Address, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1910, the whole of the Contents of a Private Dwelling-house, and comprising Superior and Costly HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and F,FFEC,T'S, VL;z.: A. solid Walr,;u?. l?in,*n_m i, suite, tllxho IA Nvajnut Drawing room Suite upholstered -\q¡ .1vet-pi.le saddi.,e bag, nob'Ae and handrom-a V,L Overmantels in walnut, handsome and expen- sive Sideboard Cabiuets in Walnut with bevelled mirror plate 8urreountings, Brass and Iron Kerbs, Fire Brasses, etc., Coal Vase.g, superior Di-ning and Occasional Tables, What- nots, Chairs, Pictures, Vases, etc., excellent Carpets, Hearthrugs, Laoe Curtains, Hat, Coat and LWBrclla Stand, valuable Brass- mounted Bedsteads, Wire-woven, Horse-hair and Wool-flock Mattresses, primo Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, two elegant Bed- room Suites in satin walnut and mahogany respectively, Toilet Drawers, Mirrors, Chairs, Towel RaiLs, Toilet Ware, etc. The usual Kitchcn Furniture' and Utensils, Glass, China, Plate, Cutlery, Bed and Table Linen, also a half-size ."super quality Billiard Tajble. Sale to commence at 12.30 p.m. Mr George Perkins. BRYN PULAS, LLANDDULAS, Near ABERGELE. WEDNj ;jAY. DECEMBER 7th, 1910, amd oll,owin,- day if nieoesaary. MR GEORGE PERKINS has been favoured •with instituctions fnoan A. Law, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood) ,to S'MliL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on the above date and premises, the WHOLE of the Valuable CAR- RIAGES, HORSES, CART, STACKS of HAY, OUTSIDE EFFECTS, POULTRY, etc., to- gether with a PORTION of the Costly amd yaJuaMe APPOINTMENTS, full particulars Otf which wiil aippeiar in posters, future am- Eauinoeaueaits, arid C'ataic^guos, which wiill be vea,i Severn Days prior to Sale. SaJoe to corn- ffioiite at 11 o'clock prompt. Tesrms Cash. For further particulars, apply to the Auc- tioneer, Abergele and Rhyl. e- Messrs. Wm. Dew & Son, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. CAXTON BUILDINGS, BANGOR (Head Office), and TRINITY-SQUARE, LLANDUDNO. telegrams:—Dewson, Bangor. Telephone No. 13. Dowsoa. Llandudno. Telephone Nok 47. 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, liouse Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc. Houses to Let, Furnished, or TJnfurnished. Agents for Fire and Life, Personal Accident and Employers' Liability Insurance. 10182p By Order of the Mor.ga<gee. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. PARISH OF DOLWYDDELEN. Important- 0 d-E House (free from brewer), called the ISLen's Castle Hotel, Dolwyddelen, to be Sold by Auation by MESSRS BLACK WALL, HAYES and CO., at the EAGLES HOTEL, LLANRWST, on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7th, 1910, at 2.30 o'clock in ',he afternoon (subject to condi- -ontarl3 b -ure tiori&). Ti o pronrty c ? a<iin?c io ment 31 perches and 12 square yard6 or there- abouts. The Hotel is substantially built of stone, has Commodious Rooms, and there are convenient Sables and Outbuildings at the rear thereof. The iwoperty is excellently situ- ated on the Main Road from Blaenau Fes- tiniog to BetLwsycoed, in the centre of the Village of Dolwyddelen, and about five minutes' walk from the Station. Particulars of accommodation and any further information from Messrs Rd. James and Humphreys, Solicitors, Liannv.r, or the Auc- ) tioneers, Ancaster-square, Lianrwst. 29065p CAE'RGRAIG MART, LLANRWST TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20th, 1910. EXT PERIODICAL SALE of C-ifTLE N and SIIEEP. at 12.jO p.m. 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 Houae and Shop Property, Build- ing Land and Estates, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture, etc.. etc. VALUATIONS for Mortgage, Probate, Busi- ness Transfers, Hotels, etc. Inventories oarefulry prepared and examined. Agent fojr the principal insurance Companies. PROMPT PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MATTERS. ALL SALE ACCOUNTS SETTLED TIIE DAY FOLLOWING THE SALE. Certified Bailiff under the Law of Distress Amendment Act. Houses to Lot, Furniihed or Unfurnished. N.B.—The AuctionMart will be Open Daily to receive Entries for Sale. Good Class Entries sohcifcod. l .i. 121. P. COLWYN BAY, NORTH WALES. THE CAYLEY ESTATE. Most Important and Extensive SALE of Valuable FREEHOLD BUILDING forming part of the well-known Cay ley Estate, situated in the vary beet positions in this increasing popular Seaside Suonmer and Winter Resort, and now ripe for im- mediate development, tdiiis affording to Capitalists, Builders and others a unique opportunity of acquiring Freehold Building P-lote on which to crcet good class Houses either for purchase or occupation. MR H. F. ASHBY is favour-ed with in- 6truct-.ons by Sir EveTard Cayley, Bart., SF to 1,L BY AUCTION on MOND,&Y, DD, CA"&BER 5tli, 1910, at tdie II COLWYN BAY HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, at Three o'clock in the Afterrooon (subjeot to oonditions of SaJe), 67 LOTS of VALUABLE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, having good frontages to Whitehall-road, B rompton-avenue, LJanerch-road West, and other roads in course of construction, and em- braciarg about 57,000 SQUARE YARDS. INTENDING PURCHASERS SHOULD SPECIALLY NOTE THAT: (.a) All Roads (coloured yellow on Sale Plan) will bo made and verd by the Vendor at his own expense. (b) Purchasers will not be- required, as in many j cases to buy half the Road with their plots. (c) Possession of and access to the plots will be given immediaitely upon the signing of the Contract amd payment of the deposit so as to enable building operations to be commenced without delay. Further information in Printed Particulars with Plans, which can be obtained from R. E. BIRCH, ESQ., F.S.I., The Caytley Estate Offices, Colwyn, aud St. Asaph; of MESSRS PORTER, AMPHLETT and CO., SOLICI- TORS, COLWYN BAY, CONWAY, and LLANRWST; of Messrs Talker Hairt and Munby, Solicitors, 42, Queen-street, Sear- borough or of the Auctioneer, The; Central Auction Mart Offices, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn Bay (Tel. No. 121). 28924p Mr. S. 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., on Business-like lines. Prompt Settlements. Certificated Bailiff (Law of Distress Amend- ment Act). Rents collected. Ba,le l,t)om-Commodious and Easy of Access. Telephone 119 (with extension to Iter-'denca). Preliminary Notice. On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, DECEM- BER dth and 7th, 1910, at ELLERSLIE, BELGRAVE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. IMPORTANT SALE of HOUSEHOLD FUR- NITURE and EFFECTS by MR S. JOHNSON. Further particulars, next week's issue. Catalogues, threepence each, ready November 28th,. Address: The Auoiioneer, Sea View Creeoent, Oolwyn Bay. 29097p The "Pioneer" is recognised as one of the most popular newspapers in the Principality. Splendid modium FOR advortigem Mr. C. Wesley Haslam, Auctioneer, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Agent. SALES by AUCTION and VALUATION cf Property, Farming Stocks, Furniture, etc. Immediate Settlements. Valuations for Probate, Moi'tgage, Transfer, and under the Agricultural Holdings Act. Properties and Business sold by Private Treaty. Mort- gages negotiated. Properties and Estates carefully ILanagoo, Rents collected; Accounts rendered to suit OLients' convenience. Tn- 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 Offices. Enquiries invited. iliE 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 WESLEY HASLAM, who makes a prac- C tice of St?ttilug 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 purohase outright the whole or part contents of a House of Furniture up to any amount. ENQUIRIES INVITED. National Telephone 70. 28448p THURSDAY NEXT, DECEMBER 1st, 1910. 5, MARLBOROUGH GROVE, RHYL. Attractive Unreserved SALE OF VALUABLE ANTIQUE and MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, comprising in part. Sideboards in Mahogany and Walnut, Mahogany Dining Ti;I)bs, Axniimvtor and Oriental Carpets, 7 pieces, Dining Rwm iin Saddle-bag^, 2 Corrnpiebe Bedroom Suites, etc., and a quantity of other oxoctiieufc effects. f ~i. WESLEY HASLAM has received insbrac- tions from MLK Irvine, who is giving up t:1n houao, to SELL BY AUCTION as above. Salo at 2 p.m. On view morning of sale. TO ENGINEERS, SHIP BUILDERS, S'n; j' BREAKERS, FARMERS AND OTHERS. VORYD HARBOUR, RHYL, NORTH WALES. IMPORTANT SALE OF. MACHINERY, Ship's Life aiiui O £ /KV Boats, Ship's Timber, 3 Ud Hulks. 7 8 h.p. New Fairbank Motor, Nearly Now Dyaiiamo And EixgJno by Bpoijh- royd, Livorj.>o-ul, wiali i.' iliimg Machine; 3 ton Steam Tus.vcJ'iiig Cmr. by Grafton, Stouni 1'uiui.u, 3 JI.[1. Gas Erugin:: by Croosley, 75ft. 5 ton Dsrr icfe Crane by Butte-rsi, Gi^agow, Jack* 'j li'<• ,> 10D tons. Cutting upT"W>k!e, Guii'l>owder, •* lJyniJtHute, Cot^jjer Nobel's Detonator.) and Rtwtric Exploder, Hydraulic Test Puni;, (300 Ib), 4 SifUgby't# Patent o c&rr>- 15 (W1 each, Grind Stono (hand: or power), Pair of ioidrng GaiN.. Ticket Dating Madhime, Tool Steel, smith's T<»i>ls, Pitch Pi.n-3, O, Ma.i-tvj, Dptrriuks, SpaT,4 Gear xri-d Tackle; baw Bench* Tools, etc.; .a.L-o jr jyos Scrap Iron; a Noarly New Patent, Firt-wood Ch<)ppi-ag 1-fi,rg-t? q;LLaii??.ity of fire- wood aid WESLEY HA-SLAM h-as b,,?-n favf)-,ir-2d C wlt? 1-nstriie-tioriti from Mee-irs Itobo,-t Jones and Co. (who are giving up), to SELL BY AUCTION as above, on TUESDAY, DE- CEMBER 6h, 1910, end following dy if ne- cessary. Sale to commenoo at 10.30 prompt. Strictly Gatsh Sale. Catalogues ready five day.! prior to sale. The Auctioneer wishes to call special atten- tion to this important Sale, as bhe Machinery is in good condition. A reasonable time will bo allowed for clearing, and the hulks may bo broken up on the premises. Further particulars may bo obtained from tho Auctioneers, art his offioes, Town Hall Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 70. PROPERTY FOR SALE. TWO Modern Freehold Villas, producing an annual rental of £ 40. Each house has 2 Entertaining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Baclt. H. and O. Water, n etc. Price for a quick sale, j3625. —IlaaJam, Surveyor, Rhyl. LAND TO ZET. rrK> LET, close of Grass Land at Maliden. J- —Apply, Haslam, Land Agent, Rhyl. Mr Ernest Jones. LLYS HWFA, II, RIVER STREET, RHYL. THURSDAY and FRIDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 24th and 25h. MR ERNEST JONES will SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION, absolutely without re- serve, all the Valuable HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, as contained in FOUT Eaiteniainiiuf. Ten Bedrooms, Stairways, Hall, Kitchens Etc., briefly comprising: Cosily Oak Telescope Dining Table with two loose leaves on irta&iive supports, 7ft. 6m. by 4ft.; a noble 5ft. Waimtt Sideboard wiih mirtor back, display shelves and open roce.s; Antiquo Mahogany D-end Con- vertible Table; Bagatelle Board with Balls and Cues compile; three attractive Waiwut Over- man-tlce; Mahogany Sideboia-rd; bandisome 7-.piece Walnut-framed Suite in saddlle bag; another 7-piece Suite in green-etamped velvet,; another 9-piece Suite in old gold plueh; Ebun- izod China Cabinet; Edison Home Ponograph vXiLh 'diree dozen Records; marSii\ o Brass, Iron and other Betfeleads; Spring Mabtrc«se6; Birch Bedroom Suite, complete; Birch Wa^hstarads, Dressing Tablei, Mahog-any ditto; Toilet Mir- rors Toilet Sets; Cliew a of Drawers; Folding Clhair Bedstead; Feather Bedj; handsome Library Clock; Wringing and Mangling Maohine; Gas Cooker; Lady's Bicycle in good condition; E.P. 7-Bottle Cruet; E.P. Candle- stick; E.P. Waiter; Linoleum,; Bed Linen, China, Cutlery, Etc., Etc. On view morning of sale. Sale To commence at 2.15 owli day. Auctioneer's Offioes, 7, Bodfor-streot, Rhyl. Tel. 67. Mr Matthew Ryan, AUCTIONEER, VALUER. ESTATE AGENT (16 years with the late Mr Geo. F. Felton, Auctioneer), General Certified Bailiff under the Law of Distress Amendment Act, England and Wales. "IMPR RYAN is prepared to undertake Sales XTX and Valuations in any district, also Inventories attended to on reasonable terms. For the past 27 years lie has been employed on valuations at leading County Houses and Hotels throughout the sax counties of Wales, and elsewhere; also has arranged some of the best SaJes in those countax-s Highest references given. Prompt settle- ments. (Nearly ovpoyits tke A.UGUSTA ST. ll.ilw.yswmu.). Telephone 173 LLANDUDNO, Mr Chas. P. Sheffield, P.A.I. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. ABERGELE SMITHFIELD NEXT MONDAY, 28th inst., at 3 o'clock. 400 GALVANISED SHEETS. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD lias been instructed to SELL the above best quality 8-feet SHEETS by AUCTION, watliout reserve, in lots of Twenty.—Offioei: RhyL ABERGELE SMITHFIELD. MONDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 28th, at 12.30. HAS. P. S7HKFFIELD (aasigted by 1:tich- C ar-d Pc;a?) will SELL BY A,JCTION 750 11-ead, of Fcj'- aiid Store Ca?t:.3, Calverz, Sheop I.imW and PI.I.-I. buvers will att,?. ?: ,goad tr?ide i.-i exi>2,-t,od'for all Fa-L St?ocl-. Further entries will oblige. 1 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9tlh, 1910. FOEL FARM, CWM, Near RIIUDDLAN. SALE OF STOCK, IMPLEMENTS and PRODUCE for Mr Isaac Da vies. 2910Tp MONDAY, DECEMBER 12th, 1910. ABERGELE CHRISTMAS SHOW AND SALE OF FAT STOCK. j?:2,5 IN PRIZES.-EiLt.-aes now b?e-nc, r- t, oeive<l. T',Io rrk),t for buyers in North Wales. COUNTY OF FLINT. NEAR TO MOLD. SALE OF VALUABLE FARMS AND OTHER PROPERTIES. HIS. P. SHEF-Ulh.'LD, F.A.I., his been C favrll'red with f?o Offer for 8-,UIE 13Y PUBLIC AIU-CTI?IN (subject to oomiiticm to be then and there produced and road), at THE BLACK LION HOTEL, MOLD, on WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 30th, at 3 o'clock, the following valuable PROPERTIES:— Lot 1: Situcnie at Pent re, near to Mold, all those two Freehold Cottages, with their exten- sivo Gardens and Pig-^tyes, known as "BANK VIEW," in the occupation of Messrs Wm. Griffiths and Thomas Williams. Lot II. Also situate al Pent re, all that Cot- known as tho "TOLL HOUSE," a small Shop, and the Itllim of a Cottage, together with tor go Gardens and Pig-styes, in the occupation of A'I<v;r.i Ed-ward Smith and Edward Jonec. Lot III. All that Valuable Property and Holding known as the "PENTRB Y, situate near to Mold, in the occupa- \ion of Mr John Edwards, comprising oemfort- i fclo reveaing House, Smith's and Wheelwright's Shop, tho small but newly-ereobed Model Farm Buildings, 3 Pasture Fiekis. a DetiachedCot- tago v .th Gardens, the whole comprising 5 acres 3r. 22p or thereabouts. Lot IV.: At that Valuable Agricultural Pro- [>Oi ty known as FRQN ¥W FARM, situate about 1 4 males from M-CjW# in th« occupation of Mr ,)- i. ¡1(;.6 liargro-?comjyrk-ug an cxuiilent ii<?uss, ti.-nd Farfr. Buildings in first-rate order and ro; «air,.uid about 45 acrcs otf excellent land (chief- ly ID •■tilre), 'logiether with "PENYCAE" COTTAGE, Buildings and Garden, in the '-xxjuji. ion of Mr John Barwiseu Lot V.: All that Valuable Agricultural Pro- perty k aown as PENYBONT FARM, MOLD, m tne ccu|>atiion cf Mr Alfred Road, comprising and comfortable DweliLng Houi^e, ranges of Mo,! rn Farrd Buildings, and about 57 acres of most J ertile Land, cliietly in Pasture. 1 .-t \T.: A QUILLET OR PlliCB OF LAND m pasture, situate in a field on the Mold to Ruthin road, comprising 3a. Or. 36p., in the occupation of Mrs Annie Peters. Full partitoulars, willi plans, may be ob- tainod irom Mr A. B. Roberts, Gwysaney Es- ate Offices, Modd; tlie Atic, Institute, Russell Square, London; the Auctioneer, at his officoj, 18, High-st-reeit, Mold (Tel. 20). or Glad- stone Buildings, Rhyl (Tel. 60); Messrs May, How, ChiiVers, solicitors, 49, Linooln's Inn Fieldsi London, or from MESSRS KEENE AND KELLY, Solicitors, Mold. 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, Trade Stocks, etc. Fire Loss Assessor. Agent for the principal Insurance Offioes. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories prepared and examined. Prompt attention given to all matters with IMMEDIATE SETTLE- MENTS. l £ )834p PUBLIC NOTICES. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. APPOINTMENT OF COUNTY MEDICAL .OFFICER OF HEALTH. fTYEIE Denbighshire County Council are pro- JL paired to receive application for the appointnwait of County Modical Offioar of Health under Section 68 of the Housing and Town Planning, etc., Act of 1909. ,gala,ry XGOO per annum and TravcL'jing vn 'th X50 per auuum f<xr (,q<hricaa Assistance. Canvassing is strictly prohibited, and any candidate who shall directly or indirectly canvass or solicit any Member of the Council for his vote abizia become ineligible for the appointment. I Applications accompanied, by two recent testimonials and 25 Copias of the Aj*pJication and the Testimonials are to bo delivorc-d to the undesigned by not lat-er than the 31st day of DECEMBER, 1910. For particulars of the duties and conditious relating to the appointment apply to—■ W. R. EVANS, CLetrk of the County Council. County Offioes, Ruthin, November, 1910. 29079p Oxford Local Examination, 1910 COLWYN BAY CENTRE. DISTRIBUTION OF Certificates and Prizes AT THE PUBLIC HALL, On Friday, 25th November, at 3 p m., by JOHN E. LLOYD, ESQ., M.A. (OXON), (Professor of History at Bangor University). Chairman-D. GAMBLE, Esq., J.p. ETHEL M. OSBORN, Girls' HOB. Sec. W. JONES, Boys' Hon. Sec. FOR REMAINDER OF PUBLIC ANNOUNCE- MENTS SEE PAGE SEVEN, PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. I IN PARLIAMENT.—SESSION 1911. RHOS-ON-SEA PIER. Confirmation and sanction of Existing Pier; Application thereto of Colwyn Bay Pier Order 1892 and constitution of Owner as Undertaker for purposes of Order Amendment and Extension of Order; Vestiag of Pier and Works in Owner; Incorporation of Company; Widening and Enlargement ol Pier and Construction of Marine Bath and Other Works; Sale, Transfer and Vesting of Pier undertaking; Sanction of Agreements; Exercise of Powers of said Order of 1892; Maintenance and Improvement oi Pier and Works; Raising of Capital; Borrowing Powers; Power to levy Tolls and Rates By- laws and Management; Power to Sell and Lease Undertaking Amendment and Incorporation of Acts and for other purposes). TWTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applica- tion is intended to be made to Parlia- ment in the ensuing Session by or on behalf of William Horton of Bryn Dinarth Colwyn Bay in the County of Denbigh (hereinafter called "the Owner") for an Act (hereinafter caiLled "the Bill") for the following purposes or some of them (that is to say): — To sanction and confirm the construction of a Pier and works known as the Rhos-on- Sea Pier, ci tuate on land belonging to tha Owner, (hereinaiter referred to as "the pier") purporting to have been constructed under the provisions of th-a Colwyn Bay Pier Order 1892 (hereinafter referred to as "the Order of 1832"), to provide that such pier shall be deemed to have been Lawfully co-n-tructied under the Order of 1892, to confirm the vest- ing of the PLer and the powers and pro- visions of such Order as amended and ex- tended by the Bill and as made applicable to the Pier in the Owner his heirs assigns and successors and to empower the Or to maintain, alter, improve, enlarge, renew, reconstruct or discontinue the piier together with ell incidental or ancillary works which pier is next hereinafter described (that is to say):— A pi-er situiat-e in the parish of Llan- drillo-yn-Bbos in the urban district of Colwyn Bay and Colwyn in the county of Denbigh and on the foreshore and bed of the sea adjoining thereto commencing at a point 83 yards or thereabouts measured in a North-Easterly direction from the North-East Corner of BJios- fyn-a-ch and extending thenoe seawioxds in a North-Easterly direction for a distance of 454 yards or thereabouts measured in a North-Easterly direction from such point of commencement and thene terr rr-iiig. To incorporate a Company v ".)1 ç' called "the Company") for carrying into eS&ct too objects and purposes of the Bill. To provide for the transfer or sale to and vesting in the Company of the Pier and other the undertaking powers property rights and priviLeges proposed to be vested in the Ownar by the Bill and all interests agree- ments and benefits and all liabilities in oon- nection with the said undertaking at or as from such date and for such consideration vad on such terms and conditions .a.s have been or may be agreed upon betw-een the Owner and an Agent for the Company or as may be 'bod by the Bill a-ad to confer on Llik, prescr? Ownxir and the Company all necessary a.nd proper powers- for the purpose of effecting such transfer sale or vesting and the BiU will or may empower the Company to exercise all or some of the powe-rs rights and priviLeges conferred by the Order of 1892 as amended by th3 Bill and other the powers contained in the Bill. To confirm sanction and give effect to any agreement which may be made with reference to the (before mentioned purposes or a.ny of them and fox the application to too Company of all or some of the provisions of the Order of 1892 as amended by the Bill. To authorise the Company to make and maintain the following works, or some part or parts thereof, respectively (-that ib to eav): — WORK No. 1.—A widening of the Pier on both sidos thereof commencing on the North side at a point 83 yawls or there- abouts measured in a North-Easterly direction from the Eastern Corner of Ilhos-fynacli and commencing on the South side at a point 85 yards or thereabouts measured in a North-Easter- ly direction from such Eastern Corner and terminating on both sides e.t a point 193 yards or thereabouts measured in a North-Easterly direction from such Eastern Corner. WORK No. 2.—An extension of the pier seawards comraencing at the East end of the existing pier head and terminating at a point 200 yards or thereabouts from such end measured iu a North-Easterly direction from such end. WORK No. 3.—A Matrine Bath commencing at a. point 37 yards or thereabouts measured in a North-Easterly direction from the North-East Corner of the Rhos Abbey Hotel and terminating at a point 84 ya-rds or thereabouts measured in a North-Easterly direction from Rhos- fymach. B-etwoen the points of commencement and termination a-ad for the whole length theireof the Marine Bath and works in connection therewith will extend sea- wards, in and upon the foreshore for a distance of 33 yards or thereabouts measured in an Easterly direction from tho face of the existing sea wall. Together with -all incidental or ancillary works and apparatus now made or con- nected with or which hereafter shall be made or connected with aJJ or any of the works hereinbefore described end to make applicable thereto the Order of 1892 as amended by the Bill. Work No. 1 and Work No. 3 and all necessary conveniences connected therewith will be situate in the parish of Llandrillo- yn-Rh6s in the Urihan District of Colwyn Bay and Oolwyn in the County of Denbigh and Work No. 2 and all necessary conveniences connected therewith will be situate on the bod of the sea adjoining thereto. To author.ise the Company to deviate n the construction of any of the intended works laterally amd vertically to the extent shewn on the plans and sections to be deposited as heneinaftctr mentioned, or as may be defined j by the Bill or prescribed by Parliament. To empowCT the Company to erect, alter, and maurUaiin on the pier and on the pier as PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES. øxtended. and enlarged (which pier as ex- tended and enlarged is -here*" ^ter referred to as "the pier ur ig") or ^he approaches thereto, or upo- any lands held by them in connection with the pier under- taking Janding places jetties wharves embank- ments walls locks docks gates sluioee piers quays buoys moorings lights beacons roads sewers drains watercourses mains pipes wi-res engines weighing machines turntables coal tips staiiths bridges cranes railways tramways cattle-pms warehouses refreshment or other buildings and rooms offioes sheds and other works and conveniences which may be found necessary for carrying on the business of the Company and for the accommodation of vesiseis and traffic winter gardens shooting galleries bowling saloon, water ohutes, and other works requisite or expedient in con- nection therewith and to authorise reasonable charges for the use thereof or for admissions theret-o. To empower the Company to dredge, scour, and deep-en from time to time the bed and shore of the sea at and near any part of the pier undertaking or marine bath and any extension thereof, to appropriate any rock sand mud and any other material so dug or j excavated and generally to use the same f JT the support and maintenance of the said pier. To empower the Company to levy tolls, Tates duties and charges upon or in respect' of the pier -undertaking, baths, works, build- ings, rooms and conveniences; to vary alter 1 or lvpea.1 existing tolls, rates duties and charges; to confer vary or extinguish exemp- tions from payment of tolls, rates, duties and charges and to issue pass or family tick-its to passengers, promenaders, and other per- sons for the use of the pier undertaking on such terms as may be prescribed by the Bill. To empower the Company to close this taid piar on special occasions and to miiio such special and increased charges on those occasions as they may think fit. To empower the Company to make, altvr, very and rescind bv-iaws rules and r?gu. tooms for the control of vessels, persons, animals, goods and vehicles using, frequenv img or resorting to the pier undertaking and for the prevention of nuisance or annoy ax by smoke or noise or from any other can e whatsoever and generally for fhe manage- ment, regulation and use of such pier, of tiio I n.g the c oo,ndu,t of persons uc,, ameind for thc- exclusion or Temoval' of unde&irab2je p.(-,rson, therefrom, and to impose pesnaltics ior breach or non-observance of any of the by- laws rtides and regulations, and to appoint tei-, constables, iid and r?em<)ve pl-r-asv oth-ex officers %nd cer entc, and to p-t,v-d- cffen&,is for the apprehenson of agw?nst _aws rwe?s amd rk,ulat- as m?iy amy gufa by be for the time being in for-. To empower the Company to supply ?nd provid- such engines, vessels, tugs, 1poorin., 'S dT\lgIers and other machinery, vessels and i-umgs as they may deem necessary in con- nection with the pier uiidexteiking, and to j wem. to deuuftBd :id iac«iv«< pay- ment in respect of the use thereof. To constitute the Company the local light- house .authority for the purposes and within the meaning of the Merchant Shipping Act 1894. To emp, w-er the Company to sell or from time to tirruo to leaso the pier undertaking, or the tolls, rates, duties, charges, property, works, buildings, rooms, and conveniences I or any or either of -them or any part or parts thereof to such company body or person I upon such terms tand conditions pecuniary or otherwise and under and subject to such restrictions and regulations as they may think fit and to vest in the purchaser or purchasers, lessee or lessees during the contimuance of any lease, all or any of the powers rights privi- leges and authorities of the Company, whether with reference to the carrying on ,f the pier undertaking, the levying, recovery and enforcing of rents, tolls, rates, duties, charges, damages and penalties or otherwise. To empower the Company for the purposes herein mentioned to raise capital by means of ordinary or preference shares or stock and to restrict amd regulate the votes of holders of preference shares or stock; to borrow money on mortgage, bonds, or by the issue of deben- ture stock and to charge the moneys ro borrowed .and the interest thereon upon the pier undertaking and the revenue thereof and to pay interest out of capital on any shares or stock of the Company and to apply the capital and funds of the Company for all or any of the purpoeef; of the Bill. To vary or extinguish all existing rights or privileges which might in any manner ,,th of th-e objects a?lor-es:ti<i inter,'are w- oa-n and to confer all powers rights and privileges neoessary or expedient for effecting these objects or in relation thereto. To altar, vary, amend, extend or repeal so fa,r as ma be n-coo&-?axy or desirab;.e for iauy- y of th. purposes of the Bill the pi:ovdsdons of tha Calwyn Bay Pier Ordetr 1892, and all other Acts deeds orders charters or instru- ments which it may be neoessary or expedient to alter, vary, amend, extend or for the purposes of the Bill. To incorporate with and make applicable to th3 Bill (except eo far as may be expressly varied thereby) all or some of the powers and provisions of the Companies Clauses Acts 1845 to 1889, the Lands Clauses Acts and any Act's amending any such Acts and other neoessary Acts. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY ALSO GIVEN that on or before the 30th day of November instant am Ordinance Map shewing the line and direction of the Pier, the contraction whereof is proposed to be confirmed, and plans and sections of the Pier and of the new works shewing the lines and levels thereof and a copy of this Notice as published in the "London Gazette" will be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Denbigh at his Office at Denbigh and at Ruthin and with the Clerk of the Urban District Council of Colwyn Bay and Colwyn at his Office at Colwyn Bay in tho said County. Printed copies of the Bill will be deposited in the Private Bill Offioe of the House of Commons on or before the 17th day of Decem- ber 1910. Dated this 15th day of November, 1910. WARWICK WEBB and CO., 37 and 39, Essex Street, Strand, London,W.C. Solicitors and Parliamentary Agents. LLYSFAEN PARISH CHURCH. ENGLISH SERVICES. 4foriiiiipr ii-ij am. I Seats Free LOCAL GOVERKMENT BOARD NOTICES. MOTOR CAR ACT, 19°3- COUNTY OF DENBIGH. "^TTHEREAS by eub-eeotion 1 of Section 5 of the Motor Car Act, 1903, it is enacted that within any limits or place re- ferred to in regulations made by the Local Government Board with a view to the safety of the public, on the application of the looal authority of the area in which the limuts or place are situate, a person shall not drift & motor oar at a speed exceeding ten miles, per hour; AND WHEREAS the Cou-nty Council of Denbigh have made application to the Local Government Board for a ion to be mode in pursuanoe of the sadd sub-section puttmg the above-mentioned provision of that sub-section in force within the limits com- prismg the following parts of a oerta^n road within the Urban District of Colwyn Bay and Oolwyn, that is to say:- So much of the main road fizm Conway to Abergele as extends from its jimetion with Victoria Park to cits junotion witlf Groes Road; and So much of the said matin road as extends from its junction with Lia-media-n Road to a point opposite the, Ship Hotel at Old Colwyn. AND WHEREAS notice of the said applies* tio-n amd of the time and manner in which objections should be made to any such regula- tion appeared in the "London Gazette" of the 3rd day of September, 1999, and in the "North Wales Weekly News" of the 3rd day of September, 1909; AND WHEREAS certain objections to the making of any regulation in pursuance of the said .provisions have been received by the Local Government Board, and it is expedient 'liat fiutber qu4zv sbcie,-d be m-,de in the t in matter of the said application; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R. C. Maxwell, Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, one of the Inspectors 01 the Local Government Board, wiii ed-tend at the County Buildings, Colwp on Saturday, .the Third day of Decej^S, 19*9, at Ten o'clock in the fore- noon. to a Local Inquiry into the subject- matter of the said application. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that any person interested may at- tend at such Inquiry and be heard with refer- ence to the staid application. AS Wri my hand this Sixteenth day, of Nowa. 1S10, f1,t the Glh-"c- of the Ixica1 .vvdcauxik' Board, Whitehall Inl1.. TEB T. JERRED, 29084p Assistant Secretary. MOTOR CAR ACT, 1903. COUNTY OF CARNARVON. HEREAS by sub-section 1 of Section 9 of the Motor Car Act, 1903, it is cnacted that within any limits or place referred to in regulations made by the Local Government Board with a view to the safety of the public, on the application of the local authority of the area in which the limits or ane eituate, a person shall not drive a motor car at a spaed exceeding ten miles per hour AND WHEREAS the County Council of Carnarvon made application to the Local Government Board for a regulation to b& made in pursuance of the said sub-section putting the above-mentioned provisions of that mib-c-KXTtkm in force within the limits comprisialg the following parts of the main road from Conway to Abergele, within the Panjeih of Llysfaicn, in tho County of Carnar- von, that is to say: The bend near Ponyooed for a diatanoa of 113 yards; The besid br,twoou Penooedbach and the quarries for a distance of 76 yards; and The two corners at Penmaenrhos and the length of road lying "between them, be-ing a total distance of 270 yards. AND WHEREAS notice of the said applica- tion and of tOO time and manner in which objections should be made to any such regu- lation appeared in the "London Gazette" of the 14th day of Gutober, 1910, and in the Weush Coast Pioneer" of the 20th day oaf October, 1910. AND WHEREAS certain objections to the making of any regulations in pursuanoe of the said provisions have been received by the Local Government Board, and it-ic expedient that fucflther enquiry should be made in tha matter of the said application: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that R. C. Maxwell, Esquire, Barrister-at-Law, one of the Inspectors of the Local Government Board, will att-ond at the Schoolroom of the Wesley an Chapel, Penmaenrhos, on Thursday, the 1st day ox December, 1910, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon to hold a Local Inquiry into the subject matter of the said, application. AND NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER GIVEN that any person inte-rested may at- tend such Inquiry. and be heard with refeav enoe to the said application. AS WITNESS my hand this Twenty-first day of November, 1910, e,t the Office of the Local Government Board, White- hall, London. WALTER T. JERRED, 29099p Assistant Secretary. TENDERS. TO PAINTERS AND DECORATORS TENDERS are invited for PAINTING and DECORATING the English Wosleyan Chapel and Schoolroom, etc., Brighton-road, RhyJ, according to Specification, which may be seen between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., at the Offioe of W. J. Simoock, Architect, "Newlyn," Cresoent-road, Rhyl. Sealed Tenders to be aemt to A. L. CLEWS, Eaq., Bath-street, Rhyl, not later tham 11.30 a..m. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd next. Tb;e lowest or any Te-nder will not neces- sarily be aooepted, Mtd all Tenders are to be seat in free, 29008i.