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MESSRS John Pritchard & Co BAMK CHAMBZRS, BANGOR. John Pritchard and Parker MacKenzie, Auctioneers, Valuers, House and Estate Agents, Hotel and Trade Valuers, Fire Assessors and Insurance Agents, Agricultural Auctioneers and Live Stock Salesmen. Mr John Pritchard it also the duly appointed Valuer for the Justices of Carnarvon in all Lioensing Compensation C&'JeI Estates managed, Rents collected, Sales of all classes of l'roperty undertaken on the most reasonable terms. Inventories carefully made and checked. Valuations made for Mortgage. Tenant Right, Probate, and for all other purposes. MEN Al BRIDGE and VALLEY SMITH- FIELDS (alternate Mondays), LLANERCHY- MEDD (alternate Wednesdays) ANGLESEY & CARNARVONSHIRE PLEASE NOTE THE DATE AND TIME. MENAI BRIDGE SMITHFIELD. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1917, At 10.30 a.m. prompt, with Sheep and Lambs. E66RS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. JLT-I- respectfully invite entries for their usual FORTNIGHTLY SALE at this old-established Centre of .150 to 200 PRIME FAT, DAIRY, and  STORE CATTLE; and 400 to 500 RIPE 1AT \VELSH EWES and WETHERS, CROSS-BRED EWES and LAMBS, and PICS. Also the Property of Thomas Roberta, H?q., J.P., Maesvgroes: An excellent RALL1 C?%? (equal to new), with rubber tyres; STEEL GREY COB, quiet to ride, and constantly driven, winner of Third Prize Vale of Conway Agricultural Show, and passed sound by Veterinary Surgeon; well made FLOAT (equal to ne,i-), by Jones Bros., Bangor; Set BRASS-MOUNTED HAR- NESS, SUNDRY SADDLERY, HORSE CLOTHING, SALTER'S SPRING BALANCE to weigh up to 3001bs.; together with a BROUGHAM (belonging to the late Dr. John Roberts, Plas Eryri). Largo entries aie solicited for this Sale, as Extra buyers will attend, and a better trade is anticipated. IMPORTANT NOTICE. Through-out the W inter Months the Sheep and Lambs will be gold first as usual, and the Sale on November 12th wijjfcpmmence with the Sheep and Lambs, at 10.30Wn. sharp. NEXT WEEK.—PLEASE NOTE THE TIME, At Eleven a.m. with the Furniture. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1917. TY MAWR, LLANFIHANGEL ESCEIFIOG. One Mile from Gaerwen J unction and half-mile from Holland A'-ms. IMPORTANT DISPERSAL SALE of the LIVE and DEAD FARMING STOCK. CATTLE. ,20 FAT WELSH BULLOCKS, 21 years old. il tf STRONG BULLOCK and HEIFER STIRKS. 8 YEARLING BULLOCKS and HEIFERS. 4 WEANED CALVES. 6 GRAND WELSH DAIRY COWS (in full profit). 1 LvCALF WELSH HEIFER. SHEEP. 65 FRESH STORE WELSH WETHERS. 2 WILTSHIRE RAMS, 1 WILTSHIRE RAM LAMB. HORSES. BLACK CART MARE, four years, stinted to •' Champion's Forrester" (3-3093). 2 YEARLING CART COLTS, 3 COLT FOALS. ery promising YEARLING CHESTNUT HUNTER FILLY, by tho Premium Thorough bred. CHESTNUT HARNESS MARE, eeven years, 15-2, stinted to Colnev Albert." CHESTNUT MARE PONY, stinted to "Cham: pion's Forrester. Her Colt Foal by "Trefri Royal Wiliiam. IMPLEMENTS include: Ridging Plough, Stone Roller and Shafts, Stone Roller (without Siiafts), uearly new Thistle Cutter, Powell's Cambrian Mowing Machine, Bamford's Horse Rake, nearly new Root Pulpur, three Galvanised Iron Sheep Racks, eix Wood Sheep Troughs, nearly new Cart and Frame, Two-wheel Dog Caft, and Sundry Harness; also the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. 1M- have been favoured with instructions from Mr W. T. Prytherch, relinquishing this. Holduig to conduct the above IMPORTANT SALE BY AUCTION, on the Premises, 0:1 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th. Refreshments will be provided during the S<. 3. No Catalogues. Sale at ELEVE-N o'clock, with the Furniture. 1 MENAI BRIDGE LATTER FAIR. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, 1917. SPECIAL SALE OF STORE CATTLE in addition to THE SECOND AUTUMN SALE OF 60 VNORKED HORSES, COLTS, and FOALS. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. ?- t invite early entries to. this well-known Fixture, in order that they may be able to issue a good Catalogue to distant Buyers. There will be a good trade for Cart Horses, Cart Colts, and Foals. IMPORTANT GOVERNMENT NOTICE. All Agricultural Horses or Horses suitable for Agricultural purposes, two years old or over sold by Farmers must submit permits at time of offering granted by the Secretary of their Agri- cultural Committees authorising the Sale of wme. Permits for Carnarvonshire Horses to be obtained from Mr J. Jones Morris, County Offices. Carnarvon; and for Anglesey Horses from Mr Walter 0. Jones, County Buildings, Llangefni. No Horses described as above can to ottered without the necessary peimit. Official Entry Forms can be had of the Auctioneers, Bangor. PLEASE NOTE THE DATE AND TIME. MONDAY., NOVEMBER 19 rh, 1917. VALLEY SMITHFIELD. Sale at 10.30 a.m as usual. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. invite entries for their NEXT SALE at this Centre of PRIME FAT CATTLE, DAIRY, AND STORES. Early entries will be esteemed to catalogue, advertise, and advise Buyers. A good trade for beef last- Monday up to 72s 6-1 p1 r (,wt.; two bulloclis from Lord Sheffield made E30. PLEASE NOTE THE DATE. -WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1917. Judging, 10 a.m. Sab3, 10.30 a.m. CENTRAL ANGLESEYAUCTION MART. LLANERCHYMEDD. The largest Cattle Cent,re in Anglesey. MESSRS JOHN PRITCHARD and CO. ?-?- have been requested by di4a.nt Buyers in want of Dairy and Store CaM!-a. to hold yet another SPECIAL PRIZE SALE for tdiaa Class of Stock in conjunction with the in- usual Fort- nightly Sale of Fat Stock, on WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21st, at Ten a in. Entries will comprise: 250 to 300 PRIME FAT, DAIRY, and STORE CATTLE, In addition to SHEEP and LAMBS. PRIZES. Class 1.— £ 1 best In-Oalf Dairy Cow. Class 2.— £ 1 best In-Calf Heifer. Champion Prize of L2 beet In-Calf Cow or HeJifer. Cha:-03 3.— £ 2 best lot of five Store Bullocks. Please enter to-day, don't delay, we will do (lur best to bring Buyers if we can show them plenty of etock worth coming for. Close on 300 Cattle sold here last Wednesday; met one of the best trades yet seen here. Entries for these Sales can be madle direct to tiha Auctioneers-, Bangor or Mesons H. Jones, Bull Hotel; or Mr Williams, Anglesey Central Hotel (opposite Sttation), Llianerehymeud .Mr Innes, Bhosgodh Hotel; or Mr Jotnes, Vigour Hp.1 V" Cemaea. Established 1851. MESSRS WM. DEW & SON AND R. ARTHUR JONES, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, AND SURVEYORS, CAXTON BUILDINGS, BANGOR. Tel. 13. THE ESTATE OFFICE, CONWAY, Tel. 20. THE ESTATE OFFICE, LLANRWST, TeL 9. Telegrams: "DEWSON." PROPRIETORS OF CONWAY CATTLE MART. (CARNARVONSHIRE). LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. (DENBIGHSHIRE). LLANERCHYMEDD & GAERWEN SMITHFIELDS, ANGLESEY. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. iT.i. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., undertake the Sale of Country Estates, Town and Country Properties, Ground Rente, Contents of Mansions and Private Residences, Trade Stocks and Plant, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Probate, Tenant Right and Trade Valuations. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD (Adjoining L. and N.W. Railway Junction). MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1917. Sale to commence at 9.30 a.m. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES will SELL 200 PRIME FAT CATTLE, DAIRY COWS and STORES. 500 FAT WETHERS, EWES, YEARLINGS, and LAMBS. Entries taken up to time of Sale. CONWAY CATTLE MART. iCARN AR V ON SHIRE). WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1917. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES will SELL 5 5 PRIME FAT CATTLE, DAIRY COWS, and STORES. 650 FAT WETHERS, EWES, YEAR- LINGS, LAMBS, BREEDING EWES and STORES. 40 FAT, BACON, PORKET and STORE PIGS. Entries for Catalogue taken up to SATUR- DAY MORNING'S l'OST. LLANERCHYMEDD SMITHFIELD. (CENTRAL ANGLESEY). MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19th, 1917, Sale to commence at 10.30 a.m. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. -iTJL ARTHUR JONES will SELL PRIME FAT CATTLE, DAIRY COWS, STORES, SHEEP, LAMBS, PIGS, etc. Entries for Catalogue taken up to TUESDAY MORNING'S POST Prior to Sale. LLANRWST SMITHFIELD (DENBIGHSHIRE). WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1917, Sale to commence at 1 p.m. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. L ARTHUR JONES will SELL. PRIME FAT CATTLE, DAIRY COWS, STORES, SHEEP, LAMBS, PIGS, Etc. Entries for Catalogue taken up to SATUR- DAY MORNING'S POST. Messrs H. T. Owen & Son. TY'NGAMDDA, LLANGRISTIOLUS SALE of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and S OUT-DOOR EFFECTS at TY'N- GAMDDA, LLANGRISTIOLUS, on SATeR- DAY NEXT, at 2 o'clock, comprising:—One Oak Dresser and Wrure, Glass Cupboard and Ware, Grandfather's Clock, Tables, Arm Chains, Single Chairs, Corner Oupooard, lot of Pictures, Cftiesrt of Dfrawere, Wooden Bedbtead, also other articles too numerous to mention Mr. David Jones. LLANFECHELL ANGLESEY. CROWN HOTEL YARD. MR DAVID JONES has been instruoted by ir- 1 Mr J. Parry (who is under notice to quit) to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1917 (Fair Day), the whole 01 the HORSES, CONVEYANCES, SADDLERY, etc., in the Posting Branch of his business. Full particulars on posters. 30, Mona Street, Amlwch. cl Mr. Matthew Ryan, MIL FORD BDVSE, LLOYD-STREET, LLANDUDNO. MR MATTHEW RYAN is instructed to M' SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION on MON- DAY and TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19th and 20th, 1917, the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, comprising: Bedroom Suites, Dining-room Suites, Bedsteads and Bedding, Occasional and Easy Chairs, China and Gta?s, Kitchen Utensils, etc., etc. On view Saturday, November 17th, 1917, from 11 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. Sale each day at 10.30 a.m., and from 1.30 p.m. Catalogues on application. BRIGHTSTOW, CRAIGSIDE, LITTLE ORME'S HEAD, LLANDUDNO. MR MATTHEW RYAN, having sold the pro- At perty by private treaty, is instructed to dispose of the whole of the handteome and costly HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, included will be:—Handsome Oa.k Dining-room Furniture, handsome Sideboard, Sheraton-design Sideboard, three handsomo Settees, several Divan and Eaey Chanre, Drawing-room Occasion Chairs in Silk, costly new Axminsster Carpets, several Rug?, beautiful Curtains and Linen, Cushions, quantity of China, Glass-plate, and expensive Bedroom Suites in Oak and Enamel, superior Bedstead and Bedding, Blankets. Eider- downs, Ornament. handsome Screens, etc., etc. The Sale at the above Private Residence will be on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27th ajid 28th, 1917. On view Monday, November 26th, from 11 a.m. to 3 p-m. Sale at 10.30 a.m. prompt each day. -Admittance by Catalogue only, Threepence each. =======_==========_===__ PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE, BODHYFRYD," LLANGEFNI will be OFFERED FOR SALE BY AUCTION at the end of this Month by Mr George Perkins, Abergele. Solicitors: Messrs Nunn and Co., Colwyn Bay. POULTRY. EGOS, 60. ONE beginner made 22 10s profit from eight 0 birds in first four months he used Karewood Poultry Spice. Everybody speake #vell of Kars- wood. 2d, 6d, Is.—M. Roberts, Chemist, Menai Bridge. o FOR SALE, a few 1917, Runner Ducks (Hun- F ter's) now Laying; also Drakos; cheap to clear. Also a few 1917 March-hatched Rhode Island Red Pullets (Solomon's).—Jonee, Oarreg- j boeth, Gaerwen. i Robert and Rogers Jones. LLANRWST and LLANGEFNI, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE and ESTATE AGENTS. ESTABLISHED 1853. UNDERTAKE Sales of Landed and Building ?' Estates, Freehold and Leasehold Ho\ü6 Property, Live and Dead Farming Stock, House- hoid Furniture, etc. VALUATIONS for Tenant Rights. Probate, and Mortgage Puiposes. IN- VENTORLES carefully prepared and examined. VEINTO ?OLLECTE Life and Fire Insur ance. Agenta for the Leading OHiccs.—TY'NY- FYNWENT, LLANRWST (Tel. 15), and CEFNI CHAMBERS, LLANGEFNI. p TO THE FARMERS OF LLANRWST AND DISTRICT. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS JONES, L T- E on the recommendation of theit numeroufl Supporters in the above District, WILL SHORTLY OPEN A COMMODIOUS CATTLE and SHEEP MART in a conveniently situated Field in the TOWN OF LLANRWST. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, *1917. LLECHAN UCHA, CONWAY. TO BE SOLD by PUBLIC AUCTION, in suitable lots: 450 HOBBETS of OATS. 1 2 0 HOBBETS of BARLEY. Also the Modern FARMING IMPLEMENTS, the property of Mr Eliua Williams, who is leav- ing. Usual Credit. Sale at 2 o'clock p.m. NOTE TIME OF SALE: ELEVEN O'CLOCK A.M. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1917. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD- FORTNIGHTLY SALE OF 130 FAT CATTLE. 250 FAT SHEEP and LAMBS. All Stock to be penned by 9.30 o'clock. Sale at ELEVEN o'clock a.m. sharp. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15th, 1917. SYLLDY, LLANRWST. IMPORTANT SALE of Excellent HOUSE- i HOLD APPOINTMENTS, comprising: Well-built Oak Dining-room Suite, costly Maho- gany Jacobean Design Sideboard, two excellent Telescopic Dining Tables, beautiful Mottled Wal- nut In-laid Card Table, Grand father's Clock, in Oak Case, with Bra&; Dial; Oit Paintings a.nd En- gravings, Bronzed Fire Suites, Coal Vases, fine Convex Mirror in Gilt Frame, Marble Timepiece. Skin and Wool Door Mats, Hall Table an Chairs, three handsome Bedroom Suites, in Oak, Mahogany and Pitchpine; Black and Braes Bed- steads, Mattresses, Feather Beds, Blankets, neat Toilet Ware, compact China Cupboard, Kitchen Table, Brass Preserving Pan, Dinner Service, Corn Bin, Patent Mangle, Culinary Utensils, etc., etc. On behalf of the Executors of the late E. Jones Owen. Sale at One o'clock p.m. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1917. COWLYD TERRACE, TREFRIW. IMPORTANT SALE of BUILDERS' JL MATERIAL, comprising: Ridge Tiles, Slates, Sanitary Pipes and Junctions, Bricks, Terra Cotta Blocks, Yellow Pine, Sycamore Planks, Oak Beams, four Newel Posts, Hand- rails. Bead and Flush Doors, Crossbar Doors, VOStLbul e Door with Lead!lights. Sashes and Frames, Second-hand Doors, H. R. Gutters, Battens, Plastering Laths, Pitchpine Steps, Joiner's Bench, Wheelbarrow, Handbanrow, Hcd, Blocks and Ropes, Paint Drums, quantity of Fire- wood, etc., etc. Also HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, compris- ing: Four Parlour Suites in Leather (practically new), Polished Walnut Dressing Drawers and Wash stand with marble top Kitchen Tables, Fenders, Chairs, Bedsteads, Wire Mattresses, Hair Mattresses, Curbs, Pictures, Lady's Bioycle, Mangle, Dally washer, Gardteii Seats, and other Utensils too numerous to be inserted. Sale at One o'clock p.m. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD SALE. NOTE DATE OF SALE. NEXT SALE will take place on WEDNES- DAY, NOVEMBER 21st. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd, 1917. BRYNTYRCH FARM, CAPEL CURIG SALE of the whole of the LIVE aud DEAD FARMING STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, Etc., the property of Mr Matthejv Roberts, who is giving up farming, 2 it HEAD of CHOICE CATTLE, compris- ing Eight Dai-ry Cows to calve early in Spring, four choice Calving Heifers, eight Heifers to calve in May, three strong Bullocks, rising two years old. 250 GRAND YOUNG BREEDING EWES, WETHERS and LAMBS. (The Wethers are in splendid condition and fit for the Butcher.) 1 COB, 15 hands high, used to all traffic, and a good worker in all gears. The IMPLEMENTS briefly comprise: Tum- brel ca.rt and Frame, Spring Cart, Mowing Machine (for two horses), Horse Rake,- two- Iron Ploughs, Chain and Zig-Zag Harrows, Scuffler, Horse Gears, etc., etc. Sale at 12.30 p.m. Usual Credit. Mr. William Hughes. THE SMITHFIELD, BODORGAN. rruIE next SALE of FAT and STORE -1. CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, will be held on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14th, 1917. Good Buyers always. ACTON, RHOSNEIGR. AT AN EARLY DATE. V ALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Particulars later. cl Mr Richard Pearce, BEE SMITHFIELD, ABERGELE. SALE as usual NEXT MONDAY, at 11.15. Sellers are requested to bring their Stock earlier. SPECIAL 60 CROSS-BRED EWE LAMBS. To LET. THE FULLY LICENSED HOUSE, PRINCE JL LLEWELYN HOTEL, BEDDGELERT, one of the oldest and best known in North Walea. Fitted with electric light throughout. Hot and Cold Water Service, Garage, Accommodation Field, and Outbuildings. For further particulars apply to Mr J. Egbert Griffiths (Agent), Isalit. Criccieth. o FURNISHED HOUSE to Let; four Bed and Jt' two Sitting-rooms; every convenience; semidetached; Upper Bangor. Apply, "Box 578," "Chronicle" Office. TO LET, Bryn Seisyllt Cott ige, near Bangor, -L with buildings and about half-airacre of land suitable for poultry or for market garden- ing; immediate possession.—Apply, Owen, Pen- rhoe Hall, Bangor. c COLWYN BAY.—Unfurnished Houses to Let, nine to twelve Rooms, from JES2 per an- num upwards.—Apply, 10, Victor-road, Colwyn Bay. 51370p. ADOPTION. HOME offered to ?itftle Girl, from fhe to ?tjL six.—Send photo to "Box 108, "Ohron- iole" Office, Bangor.. g L ..L. SITUATIONS VACANT. WANTED IMMEDIATELY 200 BRICKLAYERS FOR WORK AT LIVERPOOL. Wages Is lid per hour. Total hours over 72 per week, including Sundays. FREE TICKETS TO LIVERPOOL by applying to any Labour Exchange. LODGINGS ABUNDANT. TROLLOPE AND COLLS, NEW FACTORY, AINTREE, LIVERPOOL. BANGOR AND BEAUMARIS UNION. WANTED, at the Maœ I&n Poor-law In- W stitution, Bangor, CHILDREN ATTEN- DANT and SEAMS'l RESS, who must be a good Machinist, age between 21 and 35 yeans. Salary E18 per annum, with Board, Lodging, Washing, and In-door Uniform. Applications, accom- panied with three t-e-ytumomale of recent date, to reach me not latter than 1HLRSDAY, loth NOVEMBER, 1917. By Order, 'BENJAMIN EVANS, Clerk of the Guardians. Unaon Offices, Bangor,2nd November, 191V. ADDRESSING AGENCY WANTED.—Quote princes per Diioufeianid selected addresses, stalling detracts cove led. — Write, Box 1003,' Lee and Lneirpool. c UA-UU.it.-l1'tJ Wiliiame, Registry Office for JD Servants, 216, High-at. (Sbamp ?r H.'p!Yl CAPABLE, trustworthy Person as General, for small family in Bangor; age, 25 to 4u; all duties; moderate wages. Apply, Box N. North Wales Chronicle" Office, Bangor. c LhirK,  TYl'l&T ajid SHORTHAND. Ap- ?J ply, ?tatn?g eXpeMJK-e and salary requued, to "box 615," Chronicle" Office, Bangotr. GENERAL Wanted in Crgyman'6. home; ?J? Lwo in family; rei'?r?nc?; wages, £15. — 540, Eccle-s New-road, Manchester. IRLS and YOUNG lvADY CLERKS Wanted; Shorthand essential; splendid appointments; high wages. Inman's Shorthand taught by post m 6 hours. Nothing like it. Easiest, soundest, most perfect system known; 6 lessons, 12s 6d.— lnman'e Correspondence Col- lege, Brmcliiie, Sheffield. Established 30 years. GAMEKEEPER required f?r beat on Estate ?J<' Mi Na?'tn \Ya?&; give pa.t'ti.aui?rs and re- ferences.—" X.Y.Z. "Ohroniicle" Office, Ban- gOT. LADIES requiring Maids, and ALL GRADES JLj of Maids wanting situations, would do well to consult the Bangor and District Servants' Registry (Mrs Hughes, Manageress), Paris House, Bangor. References essential. LEEDS TRAINED NURSES' INSTITU- TION.—Wanted (immediately), well-edu- cated Women, to train as fully quaiitied Nurses, age 23-30; good increasing salary; in-door uni- form given.-Apply, Superintendent, 21, Hyde- terrace, Leeds. o RI N TING. -W anted, go<>ci Jobhing Hand, JL up in display ivork.-Apply, North Wales Chronicle" Office, Bangor. WARDMAiDS and HOUSEMAIDS Wanted; w age not less than 17 years; wages, £ 12, rising to £ 20; uniform. Apply, Matron, Guy's Hospital, Loudon. WANTED an experienced Carter and Plough- man.—Apply to Harris, Plasnewydd Stud ivirm, Llanfair P.G. o WANTED, immediately, good, steady Chauffeur; able to do repairs; discharged Soldier or one ineligible for the Army.-Ipply, Griffiths, Bull Hotel, Llangefni. p ANTED Cook-Gene^ul for Bangor; GooJZ T Gene-ual and Nurso Houcemaddi far Lkm- gefni; Gentimls for Liverpool, Manchester, and Dcganwy. —Stamp reply to Thompson's Select Registry for Serv anif», 25, Friaiis-iroad, Bangor. WANTED two Maidis for Londton; Cook- General a.nd Houise-Paj-louirmaid; latter to assist with baby small family; good wages; must be expea-feiieed and beet naleuenoes required. Mis C. H. Darbisb-'re, Plas Mawr, Penmaen- mawr, c WANTED capable General for small family; good home; help given; references essen- tial.—Apply, "Hopewood," Conway-road, Col- wyn Bay. 51401p YOUNG LADY ASSISTANT Wanted, with JL knowledge of the Stationery, Fancy, etc., Trade.—Apply, stating age, experuence, refer- ences, and salary required, to Nixon and Jarvis, Bank-place, Bangor. SITUATIONS WANTED. CHAUFFEUR, over military age, experienced C and careful dnve'r, take change electric in- stallation and gas engine if wanted. Thomas, Bryn Dinas, Perimaenmaw-r. c LADY, 26, desires post as Lady Nurse; ex- i-J perience idants and teaching; salary £ 30. —Apply, "Box 560," "North Walea Chronicle" Office, Bangor. 0 |WO Maddis-G eauei'al, very well recommended, JL want s'-tu?ons at Bangor.—Address S., "Clarianydd" Omce, Llangefmii. MISCELLANEOUS. AOCOUCHMENT.—Private Nursing Home, J' secluded Garden; Medical reference (con- fidential).—Mersey View, Glebelands-road, Sale, Manchester. IRDS! BIRDS! Catch Sparrows, etc., by .D thousands with the Always Ready" Trap, us 6d; Sprmg Self-acting Net Traps, 2a 9d; for Soft Bills, 66 3d; Wood Pigeons, 5s; strongest Birdlime, 3d; Half-pound, Is 9d. All carriage fi ee. Illustrated List up to date, Clap Nets, Traps, Cages, etc., stamp. List of Parrots, Can- aries, etc., fice.-Rudd, Specialist, Norwictt IRCH, ASH, OAK, and FIR TREES Wanted, growing in North Wales district; cloee to road preferred —The Homegrown Tim- ber Co., 8, Mount Vernon, Liverpool. c ]FARMERS having quantities of Potatoes aad -t" Swedes to offer loading any stations should write R. Macpherson, Fruit and Potato Merchant, Park-street, Swansea.. GENERAL ACCOUNTANCY. Rent tnd Debt Collection. All Classes of Insurance. Llew. D. J ones, House and Estate Agent, 125, High-street, Bangor. 0 UGS Cups, Saucers, Jugs, Bowls, Dishes, Dinner, Breakfast, and Toilet Services; beautifullv decorated Fancy Goods lor Auction- eers and Shopkee-ners. Write for Price List. Full Christinas range of everything in Delph, S10 10s.—Arthur J. Hull, King-street Pottery, Fenton, Staffordshire. c MAGNTFICENT (Boll) American Ordain for Sai'e, 17 efops, in superb Walnut Case, perfect ordeir and condition, seen by appointment, Also line Garden Selalt and 16in. Lawn Mower, as new.—Address, "Box 605," "Chronicle" Office, Bangor. c FANOFORTE TEACHERS will find it to Jt- their advantage to buy their music from Crane and Sons, Ltd., where a large selection is always kept in stock.—Address, 156, High-st., Bangor. a TIMBER CARRIAGE Wanted, in good, sound condition.—Write to Homegrown Timber Co., 8, Mount Vernon, Liverpool. o WELSH RECORDS.—150 New Titles; special 'V collection. Send for, list free. Crane and Sons, Ltd., Bangor. c I WILL PAY a Fancy Price for any Antique JL Furniture with feet shaped lik,3 an eagle's claw, holding a ball.— Meacher, Antiquarian, Conway. P MINES, ZINC, LEAD OR.SULPHIDE. MINING ENGINEER. A.M.I.C.E., M.I.M.M. F.G.S., offers services for investigation or developments. Would consider operating with share interest or arranging for finance.—Address, Box 361," Chronicle" Office. Bangor. c DOGS, Ae. ON SALE, Second Season Pointer Bitch, per- feotly steady and free from chase, drops hand, shot and wing. — Jones, Corregbwtbll, (a&erw&a.

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