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-= ";ales by Auction. Mr. F. A. Dew, Colwyn Bay and Conway. ATTr"^°ne ^os'—Colwyn Bay, 21*; Conway, 27. Estaih ANI) VALUATIONS of Landed flounn V) 0^ an^ Leasehold Business Premisos, Dead p roPerty. Building Land, Hotels, Live and ^°oka and'pf ^toc^' Household Furniture, Pictures, SOUSES TO LET—Furnished and Unfurnished. ^ajttlgripa^on given of Houses, Building Estates, *°t SAII Untry Residences, and Business Premises pjTj or *° Let in all parts of North Wales. LIFE, AND GENERAL INSURANCE The Off, AGENT. P°aition occuPy the most prominent and central ^^quall1^ Bay and Conway, thus affording publicity to all Auction announcements. TUESDAY, 19TH JANUARY, 1904. PUBLIC HALL, COLWYN BAY. Ad*- F. A. DEW will Sell by Auction as above, a large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. *-30 p.m. prompt. 8954 on Morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. R ENTRIES SOLICITED. TUESDAY, 26TH JANUARY, 1904. DIGLE BANK, ABERGELE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Ad*, A. DEW has received instruc- Up l0Ils from Percy Hignett, Esq., (who is giving Wlj^eping), to Sell by Auction as above, the the Superior and Well-constructed SA] HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. 12-30 p.m. prompt. 1 *ev? on Monday, the 25th, from 10 a.m. till on the Morning of Sale from 10 o'clock. C(w, °SUes of the Auctioneer, Coiwyn Bay and J3955 e^FlTR WILLIAMS, Tailor, Belgrave 111 dingS; Colwyn Bay. In Bankruptcy. -P. A. DEW is instructed by in Welyn Hugh Jones, Esq., Official Receiver f°t the ptcy' Chester, TO INVITE TENDERS ^rchase of the Stack-in-Trade and Shop ^e^onging to the Estate of the above-named ^o^esaifl11^ nC>W 011 Prem^ses' Belgrave Buildings duriheStock-in-Trade can be inspected any day saifl 1 office hours by calling at the offices of the J Bay r. F. A. Dew, Llewelyn Chambers, Colwyn 8956 & ROGERS JONES ^EERS & VALUERS, LLANRWST. TatJRSDAY, JANUARY 21st, 1904. PENDARAD, LLYSFAEN. Sale of Young HORSES, J !&?1t SRs- PORKERS, about 50 Tons of HAY, °f WHEAT, BARLEY and OAT Km S- ?ts' about 30 Tons of SWEDES in lots, ki^ee] Tw?bets of OATS, 80 Hohbets of WHEAT, r ASS °ART, 1 SPRING CART, 1 TUM- ^ee a T and FRAME. at i° credit upon approved security. ^Joclock. F 8965 Preliminary Announcement, ROBT. & ROGERS JONES V, ^°TE:l bZ Auction at the KING'S HEAD I ^'LLANRWST, on I' J.U-P j^SDAY, 26th JANUARY, 1904. > a> LEASEHOLD MESSUAGE or ott\vaty p °USE, called "PYLLAN, situate g J'^oed, Carnarvonshire. th 0 HOLD COTTAGE or DWELL- oc! ^tish # "BENAR VIEW. situate in Ration ?* t'enmachno, Carnarvonshire, in the ^WIr" Thos. Jones. M Cr Par^cu'ars apply to o Messrs. GRIFFITH & ALLARD, '°the a„„ Solicitors. Llanrwst; neers. 8946 DRSDAY, FEBRUARY 4th, 1904. ^A^t.Y-GRAIANOG, CONWAY. ^°BTANT SALE of the whole I <V^ETIV SRICKMAKER'S PLANT AND tair,„^°guea 'Wbich are equal to new. te^ dnxr mS prepared, and mav be ob- to Sale. 8643 C*- JAMES STEVENS, Taluer, & Estate Agent, **A.LL. (GROUND FLOOR), xNe^WoC ° L W V N BAY. PARK HOUSE. NAT. TEL., 4X3 Mli. J JANUARY 26, at the PUBLIC HALL, J- STIOVEN S will Sell by Auction ^°SolV^mL £ ^Pyil1?ITURE AND EFFECTS, °«a tQa k„ e Residences. Entries solicited, J e 8tored at his Offices, Public Hall. ^tetiaii^6Jsli (VAdvertise your wants in the '01 for ^t Pl°neer." 12 words, 6d. if r-three insertions. Sales by Auction. FRANK LLOYD & SONS, AUCTIONEERS, WREXHAM & ST. ASAPH THURSDAY NEXT, JANUARY 14, at 12.30. « ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. FRANK LLOYD & SONS WILL SELL OA TQ1 A A FAT DAIRY & STORE CATTLE, Ov 1UU including many special entries of Beef. QAATN "1 AAA FAT SHEEP AND LAMBS, OUy 1U lUUU PIGS, AND CALVES. More Entries expected and invited. 8962 30 GUINEAS PRIZES. 700 HORSES. OPENING SALES FOR 1904. NORTH WALES REPOSITORY, WREXHAM FRANK LLOYD & SONS invite entries for :— Wednesday, January 20th.—Hunters and Harness Horses. Thursday, January 21st.—Hackneys, Show Cobs and Ponies. Friday, January 22nd.—Heavy, Lurry and Young Horses. Entries close Monday's Post, January 11th. NEXT CREWE SALES-FEBRUARY 11 & 12. 8875 MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, RHYL. Preliminary Announcement. DYSERTH. NEAR RHYL. MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS Is instructed to Sell by Auction oh TUESDAY, THE 19th JANUARY, 1904, all that Valuable and Freehold SHOP, DWELLING HOUSE, OUTBUILDINGS AND LAND, known as "BODHYFRYD," Dyserth, now in the occupation of Mr. John Hughes, grocer, draper and carrier. For further particulars see future announcements, or apply to the Auctioneer, at his Office, County Chambers, Rhyl; F. J. Gamlin, Esq., Solicitor, Rhyl; or to Messrs. BROMLEY, JONES & CO., B30D Solicitors, Rhyl. JNO. DAVIES, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT. Valuation for Mortgages, Transfers, &c. BLAENAU FESTIN lOG. Preliminary. MOUNT VIEW, BETTWS-Y-COED. IMPORTANT SALE of ANTIQUE and MODERN FURNITURE, Paintings, Bed- clothes and Linen, etc., beginning of February, 1904. Catalogues with full particulars in due course. c231) MR.WILLIAM FREEMAN, AUCTIONEER & VALUER, HOLYWiELIl Be John lIughes. Under a of Assignment. BODHYFRYD, DYSERTH. To Grocers, Drapers, Dealers, Carriage Proprietors, and others. MR. WILLIA-Ivl FREEMAN is favoured with instructions from A. Thraves, Esq., Trustee under the Deed of Assignment, to Sell by Public Auction, on TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, the 12th and 13th days of JANUARY, 1904, and following day if necessary, the whole of the extensive STOCK-IN-TRADE, of GROCERIES and GENERAL SHOP GOODS, READY MADE CLOTHES, Boots, Oils, Tins, Brashes and Hardware; also the OUTDOOR EFFECTS, comprising large 4-wheeled Brake (to carry 30 persons); light running 6-seated Waggonette, with Splinter Bar and Pole; 4-seated Trap, Spring Shandry, Avery's Coal weighing Machine Trap Wheels and Axles, Wire-Netting, Saddlery. Chaff- Cutter. Old Iron. Promising 2-years old Black Colt, aged White Harness Mare, part Stacks Barley, Straw, Prime Meadow Hay, tftc. The HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, pertaining to Kitchen and Three Bedrooms. Sale to commence each day at 11 a.m. Cash pay- ments required. Order of Sale: First Day, Outside Effects and part stock of Drapery and Grocery. Second day, remainder of Stock and Furniture. Full particulars in poster and upon application to the Aiiction and Estate Offices, Lion Hotel, Holywell. R6.J ) Sales by Auction. MR. J. E. DAVIES, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, MOLD. PARISH OF LLANGADWALADE, COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. Important Sale of a compact Agricultural Holding Business Premises, Dwelling Houses, and Small Tenements, situate and in closs proximity to Bod- organ Hall. MR. J. E. DAVIES begs to announce 0 his instructions to offer for Sale by Auction, AT THE SHIP HOTEL, LLANGEFNI, ON THURSDAY, THE 14TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1904, at 2 p.m. precisely, subject to conditions to be then produced, the undermentioned Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, which will in the first instance be offered in one lot, and, if not sold, in the following or such other lots as may be then determined upon, namely:— Lot I.-All that compact Freehold Agricultural Holding, known as Tyddyn-y-Cwok, situate in the village of Hermon, in the Parish of Llangadwaladr, in the County of Anglesey, comprising Dwelling House, with convenient Out Buildings, Garden and Land, containing admeasurement, 20 acres or there- abouts, in the occupation of Jno. Hughes, at the net annual rental of'. £ 40. Lot 2.—The Freehold Interest in the Dwelling House, with the Two Gardens and Appurtenances thereto belonging, and known as Sarn," abutting upon the high road leading to the village of Hermon aforesaid, in the occupation of Mr. Richard Owen, as sub-tenant. Tenure, Leasehold, for the term of 94 years, from the 13th day of November, 1838, at the annual ground rent of 18r per annum. Lot 3.—The Freehold Interest in the Two Dwelling Houses, with the gardens and appurtenances thereto belonging, and in close proximity to the previously described lot, in the occupation of Messrs. Richard Williams oad Jvas,<, Also the Freehold Interest in the Dwelling House and Shop known as Shop Isaj," with the Cottage and Appurtenances adjoining thereto, situate in the Parish of Hermon aforesaid, in the occupation of Messrs. Hugh Hughes and John Jones. Tenure, Leasehold, for a term of 86 years-frorn the 12th Day of November, 1846, at a ground rent of 18s. per annum. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneers, 11, Wrexham-street, Mold, or from J. B. MARSTON, ESQ., 07.J Solicitor, Mold. MR. E. W. COLUNS-ROBERTS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, RHYL. LLANFMRFECHAN. Sale of Valuable Freehold Corner House and Shop. iyi R. E. W. COLLINS-ROBERTS will offer for Sale by Auction, subject to conditions, at the QUEEN'S HOTEL, LLANFAIRFECHAN, ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1904, at 3-30 p.m. VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY, known as "CLOTH HALL," situate in Village-road. For particulars see posters, aiM for further infor- mation apply to the Auctioneer,Wellington Chambers, Rhyl; or to J. ROBERTS JONES, Esq., B7J Solicitor. Rhyl. JOHN BOOTH & Co., Auctioneev-s, Valuers, House and hstate Agents. SALES BY AUCTION AND VALUATIONS of LANDED ESTATES, HOUSE PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITU.UK, LIVE STOCK, &C., undertaken on Reasonable Terms. VALUATIONS FOR PROBATE, MORTGAGE & TRANSFER. Inventories made and examined. Mortgages Negotiated. AGENT for Fire, Life, Personal Accident, Live Stock, Plate Glass and Mortgage Insurance with the Leading Companies. ———— Offices:-8, STATION ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Telephone No. 27 (Cplwyn Bay). PARTICULARS OF PROPERTIES for Sale, or to be Let Furnished or Unfurnished, forwarded free on appli- cation. 6257 W. N. MARTIN & Co., LTD., Accountants, Valuers, Auctioneers and Estate Agents, TOWN HALL, RHYL. Chief Offices:—55, Market Street, Manchester. ———— 8748 BUSINESSES BOUGHT & SOLD. Tradesmen & others in difficulties should consult us. N.B.—No Complicity with the Liquor Traffic. JOHN CHEETHAM, Accountant & Estate Agent FIRE, LIFE, AND ACCIDENT INSURANCES. INCOME TAX RECLAIMS PREPARED. FURNISHED HOUSES AND APARTMENTS. CEYLON BUILDINGS, ABEWQELE ROAD, COLWYN BAY. Private Address: Kimberley Mount, Abergele Road. 6770 Public Notices. Carnaivonshire Local Education Authority. ~j^"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance -f with the provisions of section 8 (I.) of the Edu- cation Act, 1902, that the County Council of Carnar- vonshire, being the Local Education Authority for the purposes of part 3 of that Act, propose to provide a Public Elementary School for about 200 children at Llandudno Junction, in the Parish of Llangwstenin and Borough of Conway. The School will be tem- porarily held at the Congregational Schoolroom, Llandudno Junction, where accommodation will be immediately provided for about 100 children. The School will be available for the following area :—The District of Llandudno Junction. EVAN R. DAVIES. Secretary to the Local Education Authority. Dated January 5th, 1904. Section 8 (1.) of the Education Act, 1902. provides:— "(I.) Where the Local Education Authority or any other persons propose to provide a new Public Ele- "mentary School, they shall give public notice of "their intention to do so, and the managers of any "existing school, or the Local Education Authority (where they are not themselves the persons propos- ing to provide the new School), or any 10 Ratepayers in the area for which it is proposed to provide the School, may, within three months after the notice is given, appeal to the Board of Education on the ground that the proposed School is not required, or that a School provided by the Local Education Au 'hority,or not so provided, as the case may be, is better suited to meet the wants of the district than the School proposed to be provided, and any School built in contravention of the decision of the Board of Education on such appeal shall be treated as unnecessary." 8930 North & South Wales Bank, Limited. ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTIETH DIVIDEND. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Dividend -,LIN of Ten per cent. per annum for the Half-year ended 31st ultimo, on the Capital of the Company, and a Bonus of Eight per cent. per annum (making a total distribution for the year of 16 per cent.), will be paid to the proprietors on and after the 18th instant, at the Head Office and the various branches and at the Lon- don and Westminster Bank, Lothbury, London. The Income Tax will, as usual, be paid by the Bank. The TRANSFER BOOKS will be CLOSED from this date to the 18th instant, inclusive. Q By order of the Directors, T. ROWLAND HUGHES, General Manager. Liverpool, 4th January, 1904. 8922 Tenders. Conway Corporation (ESTATE, ETC., COMMITTEE). THE ESTATE COMMITTEE are prepared to receive TENDERS for the PAINTING, etc., of the Town Hall, according to the plans and specifi- cations of Mr. F. A. Delamotte, Borough burvevor. Plans, etc., may be examined (on payment of 10s. 6d., _wl<ich will be retained unless a bona fide Tender is made) at the Borough Surveyor's Office, Town Hall, Conway, on and after 12th January, 1904. Tenders, endorsed "PAINTING," to be delivered at my office on or before the 23rd January, 1904. The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted. '8966 Castle Street, T. E. PARRY, Conway. Town Clerk. Colwyn Bay and Colwyn Urban District Council. NEW COUNCIL CHAMBER. TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. THE above Council are prepared to receive Tenders for the erection of a Council Chamber at the New Municipal Offices, Conway Road, together with the pulling up of existing drains and relaying same. Plans, Specification, etc., may be seen-on applica- tion to Mr. Wm. Jones, Assoc. M. Inst. C.E., Sur- veyor to the Council, at his Office, Station Road, Colwyn Bay. Sealed Tenders to be delivered at the Office of the undersigned on or before 12 noon on Tuesday, the 19th day of January, 1904, endorsed "Tender for New Council Chamber." The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. JOS. H. ROBERTS, Council Offices, Clerk to the Council. Colwyn Bay, 21st December. 1903. 8883 MELLOR & ALLEN, LAND AND HOUSE AGENTS, PUBLIC HALL, 7932 COLWYN BAY. GEORGE PERKINS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUER, RHYL and ABERGELE. BUSINESS TRANSFER AGENT,PRACTICAL VALUEII TO THE GROCERY, PROVISION, WINE ANP 8PIIUT, HOTEL, AND DRAPERY TRADES. DISTANCE NO OBJECT. 3221 Election Addresses. Etholiad Cynghor Sirol Sir Caernarvon. BWRDEISDIiEF CONWY. AT YR ETHOLWYR. FONEDDIGESAU A BONEDDIGION, Gan fod eto ddau fis cyn yr Etholiad, yr wyf yn mawr obeithio y byddwch mor garedig a pheidio gaddaw eich pleidlais yn awr. Pan ddaw yr amser priodol yr wyf yn gobeithio, gyda'ch hynawsedd arferol, na wnewch anghofio. Eich cynrychiolydd profedig, a'ch hen gyfaill, R. ARTHUR PRITCHARD. 7J Carnarvonshire County Council Election. BOROUGH OF CONWAY. TO THE ELECTORS. LADIES AND GENTLE MEN — As there are two months before the Election^ I hope you will kindly withhold the promise of your vote for the present. When the proper time arrives, I hope, with your usual kindness, you will not forget Your bind representative and old friend, R. ARTHUR PRITCHARD. c71 ESTATE AGENT, SURVEYOR, AND VALUER. \V Estates Managed and /+- Developed. Sc Valuations and Surveys for all f4 y purposes. XrS*/ Telephone CAYLEY No. 55./ ESTATE OFFICE, Xl # y/WYNNSTAY CHAMBERS, COLWYN BA V. *>• SOLE AGENT to the CAYLEY ESTATE WHICH COMPRISES SOME 300 ACRES OF RIPE BUILDING LAND Between Colwyn Bay and Rhos-on-Sea, WITH Magnificent Uninterrupted Sea Frontage of 1,000 yards. 8045 Busin ess Wanted. WANTED a Small BUSINESS, suitable for a Lady to manage.— Apply G.E., c/o Pioneer Offices, Colwyn Bay. 8842 Businesses for Sale. LLANDUDNO. High-Class Confectionery, Bakery and Pastry Cook's BUSINESS for Sale as a going concern, including stock-in-trade, fixtures and fittings, utensils, appliances and furnish- ings of fine Double-Fronted Shop, Spacious Tea Room, Bakehouse. &c. Lease, moderate rental; f rofitable trade. Continued illness sole cause of sale. mmediate possession. House attached, nine rooms, bath, &c. Total rental, £ 80. Furniture of Residence may be taken to at a valuation if desired, but not compulsory.—Further particulars of Vendor's Agent, Mr. F. J. SARSON, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Llandudno. 8941 GENTS' ^Oufcfitting and Tailoring BUSINESS~at LLANDUDNO JUNCTION, for disposal;. Rent, House and Shop, £ 30; Stock and Fixtures at Valuation.—J. H. JONES, House Agent, Llandudno. 8549 IF you are BUYING or SELLING a BUSINESS, write THOMAS & Co., 27, Brazennose Street,. Manchester. Businesses of every description for Sale from X15 up to X600. Particulars free 8553, FIRST-CLASS CITY RESTAURANT7 average taking, £ 2,000 yearly present tenant, 10 years sure fortune; large inventory £ 350 everything.— THOMAS & Co., 27, Brazennose Street, Manchester. 8553 HIGH CLASS BUTCHERING BUSINESS, H taking C25 weekly; can be doubled; present tenant 30 years, retiring; nicely fitted; main road £ 90 everything. — THOMAS & Co., 27, Brazennose Street, Manchester. 8553 EXCELLENT OFF-LICENSE AND GROCERY, JLJ taking £15 weekly sure living; every accom- modation S130 everything; several others from X601 • to £ 200.—THOMAS & Co., 27, Brazennose Street, Man- chester. 8553 GRAND BEERHOUSE; tenant 8 years; retir- ing; sure living; nicely fitted £ 125; several others from £ 50 to £ 235; particulars free.—THOMAS- & Co., 27. Brazennose Street, Manchester. 8553 BOOT AND SHOE BUSINESS,clearing £ 3 weekly; before il'ness has been clearing £ 5;: grand opportunity large stock JE90 everything.— THOMAS & Co., 27, Brazennose Street, Manchester. 8553 Furnished Houses to Let. DEGANWY, near Llandudno. Detached VILLA,. 11) 2 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, small coach- house; low terms.-H.A., c/o Pioneer Offices, Colwyn, Bay. 8751 D *1IIlelsb Pages, 14b fiSc IS Local & District News—see pages 6 0 & 10a