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MESSRS John Pritchard & Co BANK CHAMBERS, BANGOR. John Pritchard and Parker MacKeiizie, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents, Hotel and Trade Valuers, Fire Assessors and Insurance Agents, Agricultural Auctioneers and Live Stock Salesmen. Mr John Pritchard is also the duly appointed Valuer for the Just'ces of Carnarvon in Atl Licensing Compensation Cases Estates managed, Rellts collected, Salea of all classes of Property undertaken on the most reasonable terms. Inventories carefully made and checked. Valuations made for Mortgage. Tenant Right, Probate, and for all other purposes. MENA1 BRIDGE SMITH MELD (alternate Mondays), VALLEY and LLANERUHYMEDD periodically. OVER S14 IN CASH PRIZES. MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1917. VALLEY EASTER SALE. Judging, 1.30; Sale, 2 p.m. MESS as JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. L have a good for their 3rd ANNUAL EASTER PRIZE SALE of FAT and STORE STOCK. Present entries:— 56 GRAND FAT and STORE CATTLE, MILCH COWS and CALVING HEIF- ERS, including several Heavy Fat Bulls and many extra well-finished Fat Catfclo from all the best local feeders in this im- portant feeding district, together with several lots of STORE CATTLE, FAT SHEEP, and SUCKING LAMBS, etc. Catalogues issued next Friday. Extra buyers will attend this Sale, and the Auctioneers anti- cipate a good Sale. Further entries respectfully solicited direct to the Head Office, Bangor. CLIFF COTTAGE, GARTH, BANGOR. UNRESERVED SALE of MODERN and ANTIQUE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. will .iTi. SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on TUES- DAY, APRIL 3rd, 1917, at 12.30 p.m. prompt, the Appointments of two Entertaining and tlirw Bedrooms, Landing and Kitchens, comprising Suites of Single, Arm, and Easy Chairs, Settee* and Couches in Walnut and Mahogany, neatly upholstered; antique Mahogany Pedestal Side- board, 5ft. 6in. wide; handsome Iniaid Walnut Cheffomer with Mirror Panel Doors and Back and Marble Slab several Chippendale Mahogany Fancy and Side Tables, antique Rosewood Card Table with folding top, handsome Mahogany Sofa Table, Rosewoou Prie Dieu Chair, Maho- gany Dining Table, two Sheraton Mahogany Side Tables to form one round table, handsome Rose- wood Loo Table, Cottage Pianoforte by Collard and Collard, Pier and Mantel Glasses, kngniv- ings, Water Colour Drawings, Mahogany Hall Chairs, Wheel Barometer, Plated Goods, Orna- ment, Wood and Iron Bedsteads, Mattresses, Feather Beds, handsome Mahogany Ducheese Toilet Tables, Chest of Drawers, Wardrobes, and the other usual Bedroom Appointments. On View Morning of Sale. Bank Chambers, Bangor. BANGOR, NORTH WALES. SALE of a charmingly-situated DETACHED LEASEHOLD RESIDENCE, standing in its own grounds of just over an acre. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. will .1, OFFER for SALE by PUBLIC AUC- TION (unless in the meantime an acceptable offer be made) at the QUEEN'S HEAD CAFE, BANGOR, on WEDNESDAY, APRIL lltb, 1917 at Two p.m. prompt, the exceptionally well-arra-.iged and well-built DETACHED RE- SIDENCE, standing on a gentle eminence off the Menai-road, commanding lovely views of the Straits and surrounding country, and known as LLYS MENAI, UPPER BANGOR. This delightful stone-built Residence was specially erected regardless of cost for the pre- sent owner and occupier and comprises: Porch Enhance with Vestibule, Hall, Lavatory and Cloakroom, three spurious Entertaining-roome, Study, five Bedrooms, three Attics, Bathroom IH. pnd C.), Domestic Offices, and two Cellars in Basement. The Ground s are tastefully laid out with flourishing shrubs and ornamental Trees. Thero is a good Tennis Lawn, Vinery, Kitchen Garden, Potting Shed, and Tool House. Tenure 90 years from November 12th, 1890. Ground rent J318 per annum. Possession on completion. Gas Fittings to be purchased at a valuation. Cards to view and any further particulars may be obtained of the Auctioneers and of Mr J. Lloyd Edwards, Solicitor, all of Bangor. ENTRIES CLOSE THIS WEEK. FRIDAY, APRIL 13th, 1917. THE NORTH WALES THIRD ANNUAL EXHIBITION AND SALE of PEDIGREE WELSH CATTLE. (held uodet the auspices of the Welsh Black Cattle Society). MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. Parade end Judging, 10.15 a.m.; Sale, 12 noon. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. -1,- have a record entry for their 3rd Annual Sale from all the best-known breeders in North Wales, a list of whom will shortly appear. Entries (which finally close on FRIDAY, MARCH 30th) will be classified and catalogued in the order received, so please don't delay. THE SALE OF THE SEASON. S MONDAY, APRIL 16th, 19i7. MENAI BRiDGE SMITHFIELD. Judging, 11.30; Sale, 12.30. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. In- vite Entries for their usual FORTNIGHT LY SALE of PRIME FAT CATTLE and SHEEP, LAMBS, and PIGS, in addition to which they will hold their GREAT SPECIAL SPRING SALE OF DAIRY COWS and HEIFERS, STORE BULLOCKS and HEIFERS (for Sum- mering), and WELSH COUPLES (Ewes with Lambs). PRIZES. 1st 2nd Class I.-For the best 10 Store Cattle 30s 2()a Class 2.—For the best 5 Ditto 20s 10s Class 3.-For the best 25 Couples 20e 10a CONDITIONS.—A. Throe Competitors in cach Class or otily the Second Prize will be awarded. B. All prize winners to be bona-fide Sold by Auction, or the money will be held entirely. Please erter now in order that the Auctioneers may know the amount of Stock to expect, and to advise diffcant Buyers, and advertise exten- sively in the North Wake and other papers. SPECIAL SPRING SALES OF STORE CATTLE AND COUPLES. m ESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th, 1917, at LLANERCHYMEDD NEW AUCTION MART. THURSDAY, APRIL 19th, 1917. at LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. PRIZES OFFERED AT EACH SALE. 1st. 2nd. Class l,-For the best ten Store Cattle from one owner 30& 20#. CiMa 2,-For t?e beet five Store Cattle 50& 20&. from one owner 20s. 10s. Class 3.—For the best 25 Couplee 20s. lo.. CONDITIONS. (a) Three Competitors in each Class or only the Second Prize awarded %) All Prize-winners to be bona-fide Sold by I Auction or thw money withheld. Mewrs. John Pritchard and Co (CONTINUED). ANGLESEY GREAT SPRING HORSE SALES WEDNESDAY, MAY 2nd, 1917 (Fair D&y), LLANERCHYMEDD FIRST SPR TNaG ir Day), SALE. 1HURSDAY, MAY 3rd, 1917 (Fair Day), LLANGEFNI THIRD SPRING HORSE SALE. FRIDAY, MAY 4th 1917 (Fair Day), MENAI BRIDGE THIRD SPRING HORSE SALE, The Auctioneers beg to intimate they have a good enquiry for seasoned Horses, and anticipate a good trade from Town Buyers of good, sound Cart Horses. Please enter early for mutual benefit. Prize Schedules and Entry Forms of the Auc- tioneers, Bangor. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. RAILWAY STORES, LLANFAIR P.G. rflo BE SOLD BY AUCTION, at an early date (to appear in next issue). The above is conveniently situated in a very good position on the Holy head-road, close to the Railway Sta- tion, and is well-built on ventilated stone founda- tion, with corrugated iron and lined with timber, and can be adapted to various businesses or a Motor Garage. If necessary it can be easily detached for building elsewhere. Also the re-maiiiing Stock- in-Trade and Fixtures, comprising ShelveG, Mahogany-top Counters, Patent Cash-Till, Canis- ters, Cases, Boxes, Fruit Sieves, Show Bowls, Itoit Rails, Truck, and other Trade Utensils. Mr. A. E. Bicknell. ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th, 1917, SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc., at KINGSTON HOUSE, THE PARADE, LLAN- FAIRFECHAN. ON APRIL 24th. 1917, SALE of HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE at ROSLYN, THE PARADE, LLANFAIRFECHAN. Messrs H. T. Owen & Son. PENTRAETH SMITHFIELD. Next Sale: EASTER PRIZE SHOW AND SALE. MONDAY, APRIL 2nd (Fair Day). PRIZES. For the best Fat Bullock: First prize, 15s; second prize, 7s 6d. For the beet Fat Heifer: First prize, 15s; second prize, 7s 6d. For the best Fat Cow First prize, 10s; second prize, 5s. For the best Fat Bull: First prize, 10s; second prize, 5s. For the best four Store Bullocks: First prize, 159; second prize, 7s 6d For the best two Store Heifers: First prize, 10s; second prize, 5s. For the best pen of five Ewes (large): First prize, 7s 6d; second prize, 3s 6d For the best pen of iive Ewes (Welsh): First prize, 7s 6d; second prize, 3s 6d. For the best pen of three Easter Lambs: First prize, 10s; second prize, 5s. For the beet two Fat Pigs. mHREE ENTRIES in each Class or the 2nd JL Prize win be with-held. All Prize-winners must be absolutely Sold. Early entries invited. cl TYCROES SMITHFIELD. RJTLU-T-E, NEXT SALE of FAT and STORE A CATTLE, SHEEP, Etc., will be held on WEDNESDAY, APRIL llth, 1917. Early Entries invited. GEORGE HOTEL, LLANERCH- YMEDD. IMPORTANT SALE OF LIVE STOCK AND THE WHOLE OF THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been -LT?- instructed by Mrs Jones, who is leaving, to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at an earfv date. Full particulars in due course and on pos- ters. cl Messrs. Robert & Rogers Jones. MONDAY NEXT, APRIL 2nd, 1917. TALYCAFN MART. EASTER PRIZE SHOW AND SALE. THE ENTRIES COMPRISE- 90 PRIME FAT CATTLE 600 PRIME FAT SHEEP. 120 RIPE EASTER LAMBS. 30 BACON and PORKET PIGS. 120 WELSH and CROSS-BRED COUPLES. 20 DAIRY COWS and STORE CATTLE, Judging at Ten o'clock a.m. Sale at 12.30 o'clock prompt. Mr. William Hughes. THE SMITHFIELD, BODORGAN. FORTNIGHTLY SALES. miE NEXT SALE of FAT and STORE 1 CATTLE, SHEEP, and LAMBS, will be held on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1917. Catalogues are printed on the Saturday prc- vious to each Sale. THE RECTORY, LL ANG AD W AL ADR. TUESDAY, APRIL ICth, 1917. LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK and Sur- J" plus FURNITURE. Particulars in due course. Mr. David Jones. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. CASWALLON, LLANEILIAN. (Distant about 2j Miles from Amlwch Station). IMPORTANT SALE of the Superior HOUSE- HOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, being the contents of Hall, two Entertaining-rooms, four Bedrooms, Kitohen, etc., and the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. MR DAVID JONES has been instructed by Mrs DUBcau (who has recentlv disposed of tha Property) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on FRIDAY, MARCH 30th, 1917, commencing at Twelve noon prompt. On View, Wednesday and Thursday, March 28th and 29th, frcm Two to Foil' p.m. eaoh day. Full particulars on Posters or of the Auction- eer, Amlwch. 0 Mr. Robert G. Jones. CARNARVON SMITHFIELD. EASTER SALE, TUESDAY NEXT, APRIL 3rd, 1917. FAT and STORE CATTLE, WETHERS, Jf SHEARLINGS, LAMBS, and COUPLES. At One o'clock. BRYN HEULOG," CADNANT PARK, CONWAY. WEDNESDAY NEXT, APRIL 4th, 1917. By order of the Executrix of the late Mns A. Jones, SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. On View Morning of Sale. Sale to commence Ù 11.30 a.m. prompt. Established 1851. MESSRS WM. DEW & SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS AND SURVEYORS, CAXTON BUILDINGS, BANGOR, Tel. 13. THE ESTATE OFFICE, CONWAY, Tel. 29. THB ESTATE OFFICE, LLANRWST, TeL 9. Telegrams: "DEWSON." Proprietors of H CONWAY CATTLE MART. (CARNARVONSHIRE). LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. (DEHBIGHSHIRE). LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. (CENTRAL ANGLESEY). IVfESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. rAH1ITUR JONES, F.A.I., undertake the Sale of Country Estates, Town and Country Properies, Ground Rents, Contents of Mansion* and Private Residences, Trade Stocks and Plant, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Probate, Tenant Kignt and Trade Valuations. CRAIG-Y-DON, LLANDUDNO. Important and Attractive Realization of a pair of SEMI-DETACHED DWELLING-HOUSES and a Choice BUILDING SITE in. this ideal Seaside Resort. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. AHTHUR JONES, F.A.I., will OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the NOR'iV-WESTERN HOTEL, LLANDUDNO i on FRIDAY, APRIL 13th, 1917, at Three (subject to such Conditions of Sale as shall thpre and then be produced), the following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY Lot I.-All that well-built Semi-detached Villa Residence known as PENYLAN, situate in Car- men Sylva-Road, and comprising: On the Ground Flour: Vestibule, Hall, two Reception- rooms, Kitchen, Scullery China Pantry, etc. On the First Floor: Three good Bedrooms, Bathroom, and W.C. On the Second Floor: Two Bedrooms and a Boxroom. There is a nicely laid out Flower Garden in front and a Yard at the back; the House has both a tradesmen's and back entrance. Now let at E38 per annum (exclusive of rates) to Mr A. G. Pugh. Lot 2.—All that Semi-detached Villa (adjoining Lot 1) and known as LLYS HELEN, containing j similar accommodation as the. previous lot and let at S58 per annum (exclusive of rates) to Mr F. W. Williams. Lot 3.-All that Valuable CORNER BUILD- ING SITE, situated at the junction of Mostyn- avenue and Carmen Sylva-road, with extensive frontages thereto, and containing by admeasure- ment 700 Square Yards or thereabouts. This Land, which is now ripe for immediate develop- ment, occupies one of the most commanding positions in the very fashionable residential quarter of the Craigydon end of Llandudno. Detailed Particulars and Conditions of Sale (with plan attached) are in course of preparation, and may be obtained two weeks prior to the date of sale. All information and orders to view the Property can be obtained from Mr Arthur L. Orockford, Solicitor, 71, Temple-row, Bir- mingham the Auctioneers' and Estate Agents' Institute, 34, Russell-square, London, and 17a, Castle-street, Liverpool; or from the Auctioneers at their Office, Conway, Bangor, and Llanrwst. LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. ANGLESEY.. GREAT EASTER PRIZE SHOW and SALE. £ 2 5 IN CASH PRIZES. MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1917. Sale at Eleven a.m. 130 PRIME FAT (STALL-FED) CATTLE. 150 CHOICE WETHERS, YEARLINGS, and LAMBS. Entries taken up to time of Sale. Judging at Ten a.m. LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. (DENBIGHSHIRE). GREAT EASTER PRIZE SHOW and SALE. ¡ £ 25 IN CASH PRIZES. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th, 1917. Sale at One p.m. 85 PRIME FAT (STALL-FED) CATTLE. 250 CHOICE WETHERS, YEARLINGS, and LAMBS. 25 BACON and PORKET PIGS. Entries taken up tc time of Sale. Judging at Ten a.m. CONWAY CATTLE MART (CARNARVONSHIRE). WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11th, 1S17. Sale to commence at One p.m. FAT CATTLE, STORES, DAIRY COWS, SHEEP, LAMBS, PIGS, Etc. Entries for Catalogue taken up to SATURDAY MORNING'S POST. POULTRY. Seas. ETC. PIGS ARE OFTEN TROUBLED WITH JL WORMS; Thorley's Worm Powders will clear same. Sold in Cartons, containing 6 powders, 5d, by Agents in all parts; or by Post 12 Powders Is Id, 96 Powders 6s 6d on receipt of remittance, by Joseph Tliorley, Ltd., King's Cross, London, N. 0 1j>IG KEEPERS WHO WISH THEIR PIGS to pay should use R5 a Condiment Thorley's Food for Cattle; keeps Pigs thrifty. Sold in Cases, containing 55 packets, Five Shillings, by Agents in all parts. 0 YOU SHOULD KNOW THAT OVUM" JL Thorley's Poultry Spice, is different to any other Poultry Spice, and contains all that'is necessary fcr Keeping Poultry Healthy and pro- ducing abundance ot Eggs. Sold in Cases, con- taining 72 packets, Six Shillings, Cartons (two sizes) Is Id and Sixpence each, by Agents in all parts.. parte. POULTRY KEEPERS should write to Jose h [ 'I"b, Ltd., King's Gross, London, wLo we the Manufacturers of Ovum, 'ntoriey'a Poul- try Spice, for Thor?y'e Poultry Keepers' Ac- count Book, also Book giving useful hints to Poultry Keepers—both sent Free. 0 WITH Eggs at present prices would you not like twice as many as you are getting? Then use Karswoo d (harmless) Spice, containing ground insects. You will be (iolighted with" the results. Packets, 2d, 6d., Is. — Hamilton and Jones, Chemists, Bangor. 0 j I ■ 1 '=3— LOST- LOST, from Ffriddoedd .Farm, Bangor, three weeks a.go, fW' S?ep, marked W.H.h on both maxkM.W on rump; also two Yearling Wethers, with a red = back. -W. H 11 ■ 1 ——— ————■——— —n |' 'WI' j .rr he Store for Woen, Children and 1 Men—for their every need for every I day of the year. I I I" Brown's   R-AFrown s o es er Where you are certain of getting a reliable article at the lowest possible price. Even in these difficult days when shopping is no easy matter, this old established House of Business with its reputation for value and square dealing is daily attracting new Customers. ;J' "S- 8 I '0-' f" 'f <, in  'E' t8d' Special Offers dep?Lt. fo? Eastert i de. II ,r- '{'. THE ASCOT 6/11 Sizes 13 to 15 inches. f In a choice quality of French Cambric in pretty colourings & designs, with inset pocket at side. The same Shirt in Stripe Print in Black and White and a range of new color- ings at 56 [ Also in White Hair Cord Cambric at 5/11 Three excellent examples of the Tailor-made Shirt Blouse are I represented above. TAILOR-MADE SHIRT BLOUSES built for satisfaction and satisfactorily built. It is wise to pay the little extra in cost to secure either of these beau- tiful Tailor mades. The reflection afterwards can only be a pleasant one. \> J> THE HARROGATE 8/11 Sizes 13b to 75. Smart Taiior-made Shirt Blouse, made in a soft silk-finish fabric, excellent cut, for useful wear, in wide and narrow stripes. Black and White, Mauve and White, Sky and White, Saxe and White, Brown and White, Pink and White, Rose and White. 1 "i -?. I I r I THE BATH 7/6 I Sizes 13t to 14 £ An original Shirt Blouse in beautiful quality of soft-finish Lawn, plain self-coloured grounds with coHars of contrasting shades, Pink with White or Sky, Sky with Helio or Biscuit, Lemon with Ivory, White with Pink, Lemon, Navy, &c., Out-sizes il- extra. They embody all the niceties of good tailoring as single specinzeiis only. The departments is filled with many tyfes all equally good, and never better assorted with prices or values to meet Practical needs titan stands to-day, Brown's for of Chester. I' The Great Shopping centre for Cheshire aiid all parts of North Wales. f [ SITUATIONS VACANT. COUNTY ASYLUM, CHESTER. WANTED, intelligent Girls to train rs Tv Nvrsr,,s;ag,-i-L(Ytme-rethaii 26, and height I not less than 5 feet- 4 inches; commencing salary L22 10s per annum with board, lodging, and wasliiii/g. Uniform is provided after short pro- b&ticwi. An increase is ako given on obtaining the Nursing Certificate. f The appointments are eubject to the Provisions of the Asylui-a Officers' S'lipccanirjatiion Act, 1909. -Apr ,.p,l,y, personally oar-by letter, to The MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT, County Asylum, o CHESTER. ANGOR.—Mrs -Williams, Registry Office for JD Servants, 216, High-st. (Starnp lor reply). G ROCER-ii awl PROVISIONS. The Star Supply Stores have a vacancy for a. capable, energetic Man, to manage a Branch; must have good references and' be ineligible for the Army. Apply, A. Laccy, 43, Butter ton-roact, Rhyl. DR.APERy.-Wartski's have a vacancy in their Fancy, Neckwear, and Glove Depart- ment, for a .well-educated Young Lady, of good address, as learner, or with some experience. Vacancies also occur for learners in their Millin- ery Workroom; pocket money paid. c OMESTICS, all grades, requiring situations, should apply to Bangor and District Ser- vants' Registry, Paris House; references essential. ANTED, experienced Groom-Gardener; a trustworthy married man; assistance given and a cottage provided.—Address, Box 488," Chronicle" Office, Bangor. o ARDMAIDS and HOUSEMAIDS Wanted; (1' age not less than IT years; wages, £ 12, rising to £ 20; uniform.—Apply, Matron, Guy's Hospital, Lon n. 0 "ANTED, at cmce, Butcher; capable to man- vV age a Shop. — Apply, Roberts, Market- equare, Holyhead 0 YOUNG GENERAL Wanted, at-once; com- fort able place; excellent wages to willing girl.—Dodgson, 23, Elgin Drive, Liscard, Che- snire. 0 ANTED Young General; three in family VV (Welsh); state experience and wages re- quired.—Da vies, 119, Ceoil street, Manchester. WANTED good General for May; Churoh- Tt woman; Man ftelpe; no cowa; three in !amHy.-Awly,Mrø Davie? Penmynydd Yt<w- age, Llanfairpwll. 0 WANTED a Good General Servant; no cook- ing onr waging.—Apply, Mre Follecoff, Vron, Upper Bangor. o WANTED,, in Bango;, experienced Bark Vv Buitclier.—AtLdrese, Box 415," Chron- iole" Office, Bangor, o t SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED, for Bangor, respectable and trustworthy Woman, as Office Caretaker; to live iin.—-Address-, Box 541," Chronicle" ffi, Bangor. c WANTED, Chauffeur (mail or boy), inelig- 'v ible for Anniy, to drive English and Ford Card, and make himself uæful.-Addreæ, Box Y.2 Cara, Ohronicle," Office, Btmgo?. c Rl(,'KL-kY];II.S, Laboarers, and Navvîes (inehgible for Army), *at ii-Lw Fac- tory, Port Causeway, Bromborough, near Rock Ferry. Overtime and alternate week ends worked.—Apply to Foreman on job, Caxlyle and Co., Ltd., SITUATIONS WANTBO. SERVICES offered by Gentleman (rejected), age 36, on large Dairy or Vegetable Farm; piopared to help with books, correspondence, or light outdoor duties, in turn for board and slight reinuiiera.tion. -Write, "Box 495," Chronicle" Oflice, -Bangor. o Houses TO LBT. B ETIIMDA, NORTH WALES. House JD known as Ogwen Villa, Bangor-road, to be Sold or Let; pleasantly and conveniently situated in own grounds, with large Garden; number of rooms, reven.-Apply to Mr D. J. Williams, County School. c mA O LET, unfurni&hed, pllrchoptional, sma)l JL Gentleman's Residence, overlooking Bala Lake; Fishing free; with or without Land; Boating; Golf Links; Bala Main Line under two miles; six Bedrooms, two Reception, Bathroom, Stabling; perfect water; well-timbered Grounds; EOme Shooting i. Rent, House and Grounds, £56: I -Russell, The Lodge, leominste-. 0 œö LET, 8, Brynteg-?n'&oe, Ban?M'.—Par?'' JL cuIars, 24, OoH&ge ro?d. c IS — MORTGAGES MORTGAGES arranged, quickly and private- JLTM. ly, from JB200 upwards; terms moderate. —Send full particulars to, Sale and Co., Estate Agents, 55. Crpetf-street, anchestor. e UNFURNISHED TO LET. rno LET, Unfurnished; or Sold, Mansion; large I lofty Rootne; eleven Bedrooms, four Recep- tion, large Stabling, Motor, Menservants' accom- modation fmely timbered Grounds; 2000 acres Shootings; Fishixg; Aberdiovey Golf Links six; Maohynlletih four milce; iinmediate possession. iteni £250.. Thrueton, 39, S*. Leonards-terrace. S.W. 3. c MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED & FOR SALE. CANARIES, all varieties for breeding, most %) profitable, inexpensive and fascinating hobby known, start now. Also Champion Song- sters and odd Hens,. Singing Mules and British Finches. Reliable Parrots. Send for list, con- taining useful information free. Self-aotmg Net Traps, catch ali kinds Birds, 2s 2d. 25 9d eaoh poet free.—Rudd, Specialist, Norwich. c GENERÃL kCCOUNTANCY. Rent and ?T Debt Collection. All Classes of Insurance. —Llew. D. Jones, House and Estate Agent, 125, High-street, Bangor. c HARMONIUM, seven Stops, Walnut Case, Swell;-almost new; powerful tdH*; seven guineas or 6s per month.—Crane and Sons, Ltd., Bangor. ■ o WALLPAPERS, from 4?d per roll. Any quantity, large or small, supplied at WHOLESALE PRICES. Largest Stock in Great Britain.-Write for patterns, stating claas required (Dept. 280), BARNETT WALL- PAPER CO., LTD., MANCHESTER. 0 WELSH RECORDS: 100 New just in; write 'T for Special List, free.-Crane and Sons, Ltd., Bangor. o PIANOS.;—No shortage of stock at "Pidgen's," i- The New Challenge Model, Steel irame, Check Action, Full Trichord, Üc., in Walnut Case, £28. Other latest Models in stock at jMO J655, £ 38, £ 40, £ 45, £ 50, and £ 55. Organs in stock at £ 5l £ 8, £10, and B12. Harmoniums at B3, L 4, and a. GRAMOPHONES and RE- CORDS, the largest stock in North Wales, at popular prices. New Double Records from Is each. Gramophones, 45s, 50, 55s, 60s, 70s, 80s, je.5, J36, £ 7 10a, £ 10 lOs, .£12128, £ 15.—Write for Lisle.—Pidgen's,- 139, High-street, Bangor. c MOLE TRAPPERS. MOLE TRAPPERS. ARE you receiving the highest, prices in the Atxade for your Moleskins? If not?! Why not! I Forward direct to the Manufac- turers. Record prices, prompt payments. Our new Price List now ready. Write at once. Cor- respondence invited.—K. Desmond and Co., Ee- tablished 1890, Expert Manufacturing Furriers, 683, Romford-road, Manor Park, London, E. MOTOR CARS, CYCLES. XX? j^OR SALE, Five Seater: Touring Car, B.B.A. 15 9-h.p.; ready for road; in first-class condition. -,qa,aepri's Head.Hotel, Beddgelert. UOR SALE, Royal Enfield Motor Car, 30-55 .J.1 h.p., very good coilditioii-, spent about C50 i:i overhauling and new parts, hardly used since, too heavy for present owner; would make splen- did Lurry or Van for heavy work. Price mode- rate.—To be seen a.t City Livery Garage, Ban- ror. 0 FARM AND GARDEN. WHOLESALE FIRM of Produce Buyers do. sire names of Farmers -who wish to sell supplies of Potatoes, Swedes, or any kind at produce.—Send full particulars to "Box 485 0''1 Chronicle" Office, Bangor. c: a LOANS. nnHE MERSEY DOCKS AND HARBOUâ .L BOARD are prepared to receive Loans oi £20 and upwards, as may be agreed upon, on the security oi their BONOO, at Interest at the rabe of E5 10s per centum, per annum, payable haJf- yearly, for periods as may be arranged. Cbn-L. munications to be addressed to A. Dratifield6 Trea&urer, Dock OfHc?, Liverpool. Treasurer, ALFRED CHANDLER, General Manager and Seoretarv. Dock Office, Liverpool. ms i- ii i .mi ■ — SUMMER TIME AGAIN TO START ON EASTER SUNDAY. The following official announcement WM issued on Saturday night' by the Prees Bureau:— It has been decided by tha Government that "summer time" shall be reintroduced this year, as reoommended by the Home Office Commitc tee, throughout the United Kingdom, begin. ning at two o'clock in the morning of Sunday, April 8th, when clocks will be put forward one hour, and ending at two o'clock in the mora" i'),g of Monday, September 17th CATALOGUES 6- PRICE LISTS. EXTENSION OF TIME BY PAPER COM- MISSION. The Board of Trade .has authorised the Pap-er" ConunissiOI1 to extend by general licence from March 24!h to April 21et the time allowed for the completion of posters and the despatch of catalogue price- lists, and circu- lars, wJiero the production of ■ such posters, catalogues, price lists, and circulars was notually commenced before March 3rd. No application to the Paper Commission for a liccnoe is necessary in those cases. Scholars in the West Riding elementary schools have invested .€65,000 in war SaT, ings certificates. In February alone < £ 33,000 was contributed. ■