LLIAMS & Go., LTD. I Wise and Spirit Merchants, i 334, HIGH STREET, -BANGOR. Established 96 years | Telephone: Telegrams: 188 W Old Vault. 188 Old Vaults
1 D. WILLIAMS & Go., I LTD. Wine and Spirit Merchants, 334, HIGH STREET, -BANGOR.- tSOJS Established 96 years Telephone: A Telegrams; 188 Old Vaults I
statil'shed 1851. WM. DEW and SON ———— AND ———— t R. ARTHUR JONES, F.A.I., 1 AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, SURVEYORS, g BAV30X (Tel 13). C3NWAY (Tel 29). TELEGRAMS "DJBWSON." i Sales 01 Country Estates, Contents of M?nnons and ? Privat Residences. ? Proprielor$ of Carnar/onshire, Denbjgh3;ljr and AnJ)¡nJ Smithfte?ds. ￼ ? n??ESSRS W?I. DEW and SON and B tJjA R. ARTHUR JONES have been tru('d to otier for SALE by PUBLIC RUCTION at the MOUNTAIN VIEW BOTEL PENMAENMAWR, on TUES- DAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. ,15?biect to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and road), all that substantially- built and well-placed BUSINESS PR? „ MISES known as ? ISLINGTON HOUSE, having the following accommodatio-i Ground Floor: Butcher's Shop and Room at rear, also Barber's Shop and Kitchen. jJFirst Floor: Two Situng-rooms, two Bed- rooms, Pantry, etc. Second Floor; Four ';Bedrooms and Lavatory. The Property is held by way of Lease, having an unexpired term of 81 years, at a ground rental of C5 per annum. All that conveniently-situated Detached Dwelling-house known as ANGORFA, situate in Chapel-street, Penmaenmawr, imd containing two Sitting-rooms, Kit- fchen, Scullery, and f6ur Bedrooms. The Property is held under Lease for a jterm of 90 years, from January 1st, 1874, -.t a ground rental of 1;2 per annum. .[Vacant possession on completion. For all further particulars as to Isling- ton House, apply to J. Campbell, Esq., 'Solicitor. 26, North John-street, Liverpool; as to Angorfa to J. Evans Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Bangor; or as to the whole to phe Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor 'nd Conway. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. BENLLECH. Important Realisation of Sixteen Plots of Freehold Building Land, situate on the Main Coastal Road, in Upper Ben- ilech, in the Parish of Llanfair M.E. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and '.I. R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to Oiler for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the GLANlRAFON ♦HOTEL, BENLLECH, on WEDNES- DAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to bo ihen produced And, rtSldJï all those-two -PIECES or PARCELS of LAND, divided in to • 16 BUILDING SITES, •Uuate on the Coastal-Road, in Upper *Benl!ech, and having valuable building frontages thereto. These Sites occupy commanding posi- tion in this popular and growing jio.side llesort, and enjoy extensive panSramic ytews of the Irish Sea, the Carnarvonshire Mountains, etc., and are undoubtedly-some of the most desirable building plots avail- able on this portion of the Anglesey coast- line. Detailed particulars and' plans can be pbtained from Messrs Carter, Vinoent and (Co., Solicitors, Carnarvon and Bangor, or trom the AuotIoncers, at their Offices, Ban- gor and Conway. TOWN OF CARNARVON. IMPORTANT REALIZATION of EIGHT FREEHOLD TERRACE HOUSES, eitu- ato in CHURCH-STREET, within con- venient distances of the L. and N. W. Railway Station, the Anglesey Ferry, and the principal shoppwg oentre. MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. 'i?JL ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the SPORTS- MAN HOTEL, CARNARVON, on tWEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m. (subject to the Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), all those cjght wellfHaced and very desirable 'Freehold Houses known as HAULFRE, ISFRYN, VICTORIA HOUSE, CAER MENAI MUR MENAl, dft^RFOR, TSGAER, WYNSTON, and producing a Jlental of £204 per annum lbiese Properties are substantially erect- ed, ami owing to thair central position are undoubtedly amongst the most convenient (Houses in the Town of Carnarvon. For all further particulars ana Conditions 1 of SaJo apply to Messsrs Carter, Vincent and .Co., Solicitors, Carnarvon and Bangor; It Mr Richard Hughes, Estate Agent, Car- iiarvon; or the Auctioneers, at their Offices, I K Bangor and Conway. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. f TO LICENSED VICTUALLERS, INVESTORS, AND OTHERS. B Important Realisation of Four well-known Licensed Houses and Three Dwelling- Houses (formerly licensed), in first-class positions in AMLWCH, CEMAES BAY, MOELFRE, Etc, Etc. ESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES hav, been instructed to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the DINORBEN ARMS HOTEL, AMLWCH, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 10th, 1920, at 2 p.m. (subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced and read), the .:FREE FULLY LICENSED PROPERTIES known as "IIIE ELETH HOTEL and ADELPHI. VAULTS, AMLWCH; THE STAG HOTEL, CEMAES; THE KINMEL ARMS, MOELFRE; f and the de-licensed Houses .CROWN AND ANCHOR, MOELFRE; ROYAL OAK, AMLWCH; and THE BULL HOTEL, NEBO. • For all further particulars, apply-to & Messrs S- H. Dew and Co., Solicitors, J liangor or to the Auctioneers, at their t pffices. Bangor and Conway. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD. b MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 1919, J. At Three p.m. ?MESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. M???r? JONES have been in- structed, by Mr H. O. Williams, Tyddyn '.M&wr. to LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION iMawr, 28 ACRES of GRAZING LAND about t now forming part of TYDDYN ADDA' IJLANDDANLEL. The Land is to be Let from January 1st to December 31st 1920. r.ê Auotion-ee Offices, Bangor and Conway Preliminary Announcement. G.11 R. MINISTRY ul MUNITIONS. KINGSBRIDGE CAMP, BEAUMARIS. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION at the CAMP, as above, at an early date, a large quantity of valuable CAMP EQUIPMENT AND FURNITURE, now lying at this Camp, and including 1000 Blankets, 330 Pillow and Bolster Cases, 169 Sheets, 55 Combination Bed. steads, 56 Mattresses, 456 F.S. Bedsteads, ,?b S Bedsteads, 100 Fire Buckets, 84 yards of Leather Cloth, 75 square yards of Linoleum, 42 Camp Lockers, 29 Hanging Mirrors, 131 Towels, 134 Iron Trestles, 130 Forms (6ft.), '30 Galvanised Cans, Scrubbing Brushes, Mops, Brooms, Arm Chadra, Wicker Chairs, 6ft. and 4ft. Tables, Lamps, Sieves, Baking Tins and Dishes, and a large assortment of Culinary Uten- sils, etc., etc., TO BE OFFERED IN LOTS TO SUIT SMALL BUYERS. On View day prior to Sale. Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. Further particulars may be obtained from the Controller, Furnituro Section, Ministry of Munitions, Disposal Board, 18, Queen Amie's- Gate, Westminster, S.W. COUNTY OF DENBIGH, GLAN CONWAY. Ttf ESSRS W. DEW and SON and R. i: ARTHUR JONES have been in- structed to SELL -BY PUBLIC AUC- HON, at an early date (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty;, the VALU- ABLE ACCOMMODATION or BUILD. ING LAND, known as BRYN ODYN and CAE'RGRALG, Extending to an area of 25 Acres (or. thereabouts),' Situate near Glan Conway, and within convenient distance ot Conway, Colwyn Bay, Llandudno, etc. Full detailed particulars, plan, and Con- ditions of Salo may be obtained from the „ .t\,p,;1!c.wecnt, Ott t^ue OUicea, jtiaairar and Preliminary Announcement. PENMAENMAWR. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to offer for,SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date, the Valu. able and Well-placed BUSINESS PRE. MISES known as Nos. 1. 2 and 3, BANK BUILDINGS, now let to Mr L. F. Owen, Mr C. Hum. phr&ys, and Mr J. G. Evans respectively, at a gross annual rental of 2150. The Property is held under Lease for an unexpired term of about 46 years at ground rent of JB5 10s. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, at Bangor and Gonway. Preliminary Notice. NORTH WALES, CITY OF BANGOR. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and ?-L R. ARTHUR JONES have been instructed to SELL by PUBLIC AUC- TION at the BRITISH HOTEL, BAN- GOR, at an early date (unless previously disposed of by Private Treaty), the charm- ingly-situated Private Residence and Land known as PENRHOS HALL (otherwise BRYN SEISYLLT), together with about 10 ACRES of BUILDING and 11 ACCOMMODATION LAND. The Residence, together with Cottage and Out-buildinb, staad, on a well elevated site, and commands beautiful views of the Great Orme and Snowdonian Mountains and is within about 15 minutes' walk of the Bangor (L. and N.-W. Illy.) Station. For all further particulars, apply to the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. By Direction ot the Trustees. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PENKESKIN ISAF, MENAI BRIDGE. MESSRS WM. DEW and SON and 1 R. ARTHUR JONES are favoured with instructions to receive offers for the above widely-known AGRICULTURAL PROPERTY extending to 150 ACRES lor thereabouts). Further particulars ma ) be obtained from Messrs Baker and Nairne, 3, Crossby Square, Bishopsgate, London, or from the Auctioneers, at their Offices, Bangor and Conway. MONDAY, DECEMBER 8th, 1919. LLANERCH Y MEVD bMlTiiFLKLD. Grading at Ten o'clock. No Stock received for Grading after Eleven a.m, SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1919. LLANRWST SMITHFIELD. Grading at Eleven a.m. No Stock received for Grading after the abpve time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Eto. MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th, 1919. GAERWEN SMITHFIELD, Grading at 11 a.m. No Stock received for Grading after 11 o'clock. v SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN CALF HEIFERS, STORE CATTLE, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc. ESTABLISHED 1853. JOHN PRITCHARD AND CO. (Parker MacKenzie, F.A.I.) AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, HOUSE, LAND, AND ESTATE AGENTS. Head Ofiice: BANK CHAMBERS, BANGOR. Branch OH.ee: Llangefni every Thursday. Telephone 41, Bangor. > PROPRIETORS OF THE MENAI BRIDGE, VALLEY, AND LLANERCHYMEDD AUCTION MARTS. MR JOHN PRliCHARD is also the duly appointed Valuer for the Justices of Carnarvon in ah Licensing Compensation Casos. Sales by Auction of Landed Es- tates, Town and Country Properties, the Equipment or Mansions and Private Residences in any part at North Wales. Valuations personally conducted-of Real Estate for Sale by Public Auction or Pri- vate Contract. SPECIALITIES. Land Valuations, Probate, Farm Valuations on Change of ienajicy, Timber, Hotel and Trade Valua- tions in any part of the country. Estates managed and Rents collected. Inventories carefully made and checked. GRADING STATIONS. MONDAY, DEC. 8th, MENAI BRIDGE. TUESDAY, DEC. 9th, VALLEY, At TEN a.m. MERIONETHSHIRE. PARISHES OF FESTINIOG AND MAENTWROG. HIGHLY IMPORTANT SALE of a most attractive FREEHOLD AGRICUL- TURAL, RESIDENTIAL, SPORTING, and MINERAL ESTATE, situate at Fes- tiniog, the Switzerland of Wales, with magniticent views of the Maentwrog Valley and Cardigan Bay in the distanoe. JOHN PRITCHARD & Co. will OFFER FOR SALE BY AUCTION, at the PUBLIC HALL, FEB- TINIOG, on WEDNESDAY, DECEM BER 10th, 1919, the AGRICULTU^RE r PORTION of the PENGWERN ESTATE originally known as tho Fletcher Estate' embracing an area of 2000 Acres, or thereabouts, Comprising: 21 Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS, with dry Mountain Sheep Walks attached thereto, and Nine Capital SMALL HOLDINGS, with similar rights of Graz ing; RICH ACCOMMODATION LANDS and FFRIDDS, RIPE BUILDING SITES FREEHOLD GROUND RENTS, wiS early reversions, Valuable WATER RIGHTS and EASEMENTS, together with three famous Water Falls; also the Valuable BRYN GLAS SLATE QUARRY on WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10th' 1919, at 10.30 a.m. prompt. Illustrated Particulars. Plans, and Con- ditions of Sale may bu obtained "of Mer- Birch, Cullimore an d Co., Solicitors, Ches- ter; Mr R. C. Jones, Cae'r Blaidd Estate Office, Blaenau Festimog; and the Auction- eers, Bank Chambers, Bangor. COUNTY OF ANGLJSSEY. TREVQR PLAS ESTATE. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. have been instructed to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at THE TOWN HALL, LLANGEFNI, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 11th, 1919, at Two p.m., the following desirable FREEHOLD AGRICULTURAL PROPERTIES Parish of Llanddanielfab: "< A. R. P. Trefnant Ddu 51 3 33 Parish of Llaneilian: Llaingrin 12 8 Gars, Ty'nyffordd 3 3 15 Ty'nyffordd 10 1 7 Carwas 13 2 35 GIan'rafon Uchaf 12 0 18 Ty'nyooed,. Pensarn 39 3 33 3 8 3 33 The Freehold Licensed Premises known as "KING WILLIAM IV." INN, PEN- SARN; also the Dwelling-House and Buildings known as THE OLD POST OFFICE, PENSARN, in lease to Mrs Thomas for a term of 21 years from the 12th November, 1914, at a reserved rent of £ 8. Further particulars of Messrs Carter, Vincent and Co., Solicitors, Bangor and [ Carnarvon, or of the Auctioneers, Ben- gor. I PLEASE NOTE ALTERATION OF DATE. COUNTY OF ANGLESEY. PARISH OF PENTRAETH. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO. Will OFFER FOH SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER th 1919 at Two p.m., the following I IRE' EHOLI) ??RICULTURAL PRO- PERTIES A. R. P. TAN-Y-MYNYDD, in the occu- pation of Mr Richard Thomas 8 1 25 TY MAWR, TAN-Y-MYNYDD, in the occupation of Mr Griffith Griffiths 34 3 39 Further particulars may be obtained of Messrs Carter, Vincent, and Co., Solici- tors, Bangor, or of the Auctioneers, Ban- gor. Preliminary Notice. IMPORTANT to FARMERS, CON- TRACTORS, HAY and STRA W DEALERS, etc. JOHN PRITCHARD & CO beg to announce that they are now pre- paring for a most important SALE by AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, LLAN- GEFNI, in JANUARY next, of about 200 STACKS of HAY and STRAW (1919 and 1918), situate in the County of Anglesey. Catalogues preparing, giving the dimen- sions, and also the situa-tion of each lot. Arrangements will be made with the owners to show intending purchasers the respective lots. Entry Forms, with Conditions of SaJe, forwaa-ded on application to the Auction- eers, Bangor.. MESSRS WM. DEW SON. :-l. ARTHUR JONES. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16th, 1919. CONWAY CATTLE MART. Grading at 11 am. No Stock received for Grading after the above time. SPECIAL SALE OF DAIRY COWS, IN-CALF HEIFERS. STORE CAMF, SHEEP and LAMBS, Etc; i" BRYN HAFOD, LLANERCIIYMEDD. Important Sale of Household Furniture, etc. MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON ,¡, have been favoured with instruc- tions from the Guardians to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the above Place, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6th, at TEN o'clock sharp, 2 Glass Cupboards, Telescope Table with 2 extra- leaves, 2 Tables, Coalbox, 4 Bed Sofas, 2 large Cupboards, Meat Safe, large quantity of Carpets and Hearthrugs, new Weighing Machine and Weights, Scales and Weights, Earthenware Pots, 4 Flour Bins, Bread- cutting Machine, 3D Saucepans, about 30 I Hanging Hall Lamps, large quantity of Crockery and other Utensils, 50-gailon Paraffin Bins and Jars, 3 Sewing Mach- ines, Railway Trucks, 2 extra large Wash- ing Machines, by Thos. Bradford; Wring- I ing Machine, Laundry Iron Stove with I Fireguard, 150 Single and Dougle Iron Bedsteads, 4 Iron Cots, Stretchers, 100 ) Single and Arm Chairs, 3 Cradles, 20 11 Wooden Benches, Night Chairs, Towel i Rails, Dressing and Washing Stands and. Ware, 20 Medicine Cupboards, Chest of Drawers, 200 Bedroom Chairs, Single and Arm quantity of Pictures. 4 Feather Beds, 100 Hair Beds, 100 Flock Do., 100 Pairs of Bed Shoots, 100 Pairs of Blankets, 100 Pairs of Quilts, large quantity of Women and Men's Clothing, Boots, etc.; also large quantities of Household Requisites too numerous to mention, including New Goods. Terms: Cash day of Sale. GRADING STATIONS. LLANGEFNI, MONDAY, DEC. 8th. PENTRAETH, TUESDAY, DEC. 9th. Grading at Ten sharp as per strict in. structions. CHRISTMAS GRADING: TY CROES, TUESDAY, DEC. 16th. LLANGEFNI, WEDNESDAY, DEC 17th FRONDEG, LLANGOED Sale of Valuable Household Furniture, etc. Instructed by Mrs Duncan, who is leaving, MESSRS H. T. OWEN and SON will SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, at an early date. CORS YR EIRA, LLANGWYLLOG. IMPORTAINT TO FARMERS, GRAZIERS, AND OTHERS. MEsSRS H. T. OWEN and SON have been favoured with instruc- tions by Mrs Parry to LET about 120 I Acres of Rich GRACING LAND ou FlU, DAY, DEC. 12th, at 1 p.m. ———— ￼ i Mil VSiLUAW HtjWSi. i SMITHFIELD, BODORGAN. ) .ø_ 1 V;IRO| £ I)AYV DECEMBER 9th, 1919. Also Three MOUNTAIN PONIES, SPECIAL GRADING for CHRISTMAS: FRIDAY, DEC. 19th. Grading, Ten a.m.; Sale of Dairy Cows, Store Cattle, Breeding Ewes and Rams to commence at Two p.m. prompt. cumuioncp Entries invited. At an Early Date. TOWN OF LLANGEFNI. MR W. HUGHES has been favoured ￼ with instructions to SELL by PUB- LIC AUCTION the very desirable Free- hold Dwelling-houses, etc., known as WIGAN HOUSE, WIGAN VILLA, i and DOLWAR. Full particulars in future issues, or in the meantime of J. Lloyd Edwards, Esq., Solicitor, Bangor, or the Auctioneer, Bod- organ. Also seven Dwelling-Houses in the Vil- lage of BoQffordd. Particulars in due course. MORRIS, MARSHALL a POOLE. G. II R. i MONTGOMERYSlHIlE AGRICUL- TURAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, WELSHPOOL. GREAT SALE of AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY, By Order of the Disposal Board and Board of Agriculture and Fisheries, comprising:—10 Fordson Tractors, Tractor Ploughs and Disc Harrows, Cultivators, Rollers, 3 Motor Vans, etc.; also a large Collection of Horsc-drawll Implemcnts, Carts and Lorries, Harness, etc., etc.; Con- tents of well-equipped Smithy, BetIoNi- Anvil, Tools, etc.; Drilling Machine, Stocks and Dies, new Iron, etc., etc. MESSRS MORRIS, MARSHALL, a?d 4POOLE have rcxeived instructions to conduct the above Sale in the PADDOCK of the HORSE REPOSITORY, WELSH- POOL, on MONDAY, 15th DECEMBER, 1919. Sale to commence at 12 o clock. Full particulars in Catalogue, to be oh- tained from the Auctioneers, Chirbury ana Welshpool, or the Secretary, Montgomei shire Agricultural Executive Committee, Welshpool. MESSRS OWEN AND LLOYD Preliminary Announcement. MESSRS OWEN and LLOYD will -i?t. shortly hold a SALE at LLAN- GEFNI of MOTOR CARS, MOTOR CYCLES, and PUSH CYCLES. Further Entries for this Sale are invited. Offices: Masonic Chambers, Bangor, and Cefni Chambers, Llangefni. ROBERT & ROGERS JONES. LLANGEFNI SMITHFIELD. MESSRS ROBERT and ROGERS .r Jones will hold their NEXT SALE on MONDAY, DECEMBER 15th. TIR PORI GOREU MONT "7 A M 2 o'r gloch, yr un diwrnod. gosodir "(am flwyddyn o Ionawr laf) Cae Ffynnon, Tyddyn Mawr, Gaerwen, un o'r meysydd brasaf ym Mon, 28 ac-er; digoo o ddwfr a chloddiau campus; gwaith 5 inunud 6 Orsaf Holland Arms. MR ROBERT G. JONES, OGDEN'S YARD. BANK QUAY. AND SH1LOH BACH, CARNARVON. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10th, 1919. MR ROBERT G. JONES has been in- -H-JL structed by Mr John Ogden (owing to completion of Government haulage con- tracts) to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION the following:— 8 h.p. "FoNvler" Road Loco, in thorough good order (Engine No. 7371), 3-8th Kg-ht- ton Trailers, o:vc five-ton Trailer, one Hor e Lurry, One 15 cwt. Timber Lurry, Ken- dall and Gent," 4-speed Power Drilling Machine, Hand Drilling Machine, 2 cwt. cf Twist Drills, various sizes, De Dion Boston 6g h.p. Petrol Engine, 2,. "h. p. Singer Petrol Engine on stand, small Gear Box, lg Barrels Lubricating Oil, half Barrel Cylinder Oil, Spare Parts for Fowler and Focion. Back Axle and Gear Wheel Tor Mann's Steam Wagon, various Cramps, 2 cwt. &team Parking. 10ft. of new Suc- tion Hose, ShouUler Spraying Machine, Mechanical Lubricators, Scrap Iron and Brass, White Metal for Bearings, Lamps, Tubing, Chain and Rope Blocks, 5in. Ri-it Girder, Z10 feet long; Chains, Tim- ber Hooks, four Anvils, Swage Block, P.allows and Fire Iron, in good order; Stocks and Dies, Hand and other Saws. Joiners' Bench and Vice, Portable Vice on s'und; two Grinding Stones, Meat Chopping Machine, Boiler Testing Pump. several Empty Barrels, Galvanised Door, two Gent's Cycles, Stepney Wheel, 700 by 85; Motor Car Wheels, Seasoned Oak, Pitch Pine, and other Timber, three Lift- ing Jacks, for 3, 5 and 15 tons; "Fiat" TWO TON MOTOR LORRY, MOTOR CYCLES with and without Side-Cars, Bread Van. Also the FREEHOLD YARD at the back of SHILOH BACH CHAPEL, will be OFFERED FOR SALE. on the Premises. This is most conveniently situated, and contains by admeasurements 1670 Square Yards, an excellent site for a large Garage or a Broker's Yard. SALE TO COMMENCE AT BANK QUAY YARD, 12 NOON. Terms: Cash. COUNTY OF MERIONETH. DYFFRYN. MR ROBERT G. JONES has been in- i.Y"' structed by the Representatives of i 'ie la.e Mrs Davios to SELL BY PUBLIC A.UC11UN at the VICTORIA HOTEL, LLANBEDR, on SATURDAY, DECEM- BKl loth, 1919, at 2.30 p.m.. (subject to c-jnd,it;ons to be then produced and road) the following:— I ■ Tho v,-oil-built FREEHOLD DETACHED RESIDENCE known as GLAN YMORFA," DYFFRYN. 1hB House, which contains Entrance Hail, two Rccoptiort-rooms Kitchen. Scul- lery, Pantry, Cool-House, nine Bedrooms, Lavatcry and W.C.; is most pleasantly situated, witit. a well arranged Carriage Drive, an excellent walled Orchard and G11(.:]. !Ji:anœ fvcni Railway Station :md Shore, about half-mile. Also the FREEHOLD FARM known as "TY'NYBUARTH." DYFFRYN, in tile occupation ef Mr Joltn \Viiiiams, comprising- a modem Dwelifng-House, con- in lig I)a,lj,y, and four Bedrooms, with suitable Outbuildings, and 6& Acres or thereabouts of Land. For further particulars apply to Messra Wm. Griffith, Adams and Williams. Solici- tors, Dolgelley, or the Auctioneer, Carnar- von. Tel. 86. DAVID JONES CO., RHOBGOCH SMITHFIELD. N TEXT PERIODICAL GRADING of FAT CATTLE and SHEEP on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1919. N.B.—Stock intended for Grading can- not be accepted at;er 10 a.m. Further particulars of the Auctioneers at their Offices, 30, Mona street, Amlwch and Midland Bank Chambers, Holy- head. MAESLLWYN, AMLWCEL IMPORTANT TO CATTLE DEALERS, GRAZIERS, Etc. MESSRS DAVID JONES and CO. have been instructed to LET BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, DECEM- BER 13th, 1919, at 2.30 p.m., about 40 Acres of Rich ACCOMMODATION LAND, in convenient Lots; well fenced and watered. 30, Mona-'street, Amlwoh. Preliminary Announcement. AMLWCH, ANGLESEY. MESSRS DAVID JONES and CO. have ITJL been instructed to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at an early date (unless an acceptable offer is Aniade privately), the very Desirable SMALL HOLDING of Six Acres with Dwelling-House, etc., as well as eight Cot. tages, all situated at Penrhyd Lastra, Am- lwch. Further particulars next .week, and in the meantime of Messrs Wynne Paynter and Jones, Solicitors, or ot the Auction- eers, Amlwch. 08/6 Raincoats, Blanket Coats Q7/C 1.J SUPERIOR STYLK & FINISH Keal Bargains direct from the Manufacturers. Save two profits and obtain Better Garments. Patterns mud Booklet Free. 1 TA YLORS (The Garment House) Dept. 103. 11, BLACRFRIAKS STREET. lAJLNCllK.SXER. EDUCATIONAL. I TREARDDUR BAY SCHOOL, Near HOLYHEAD. PREPARATORY for the Public Schools -1- and Royal Navy. Ago 7-14 years. Bracing Climate. Modern Buildings. Prospectus from Headmaster (B.A., Ox- ford). BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL — AND CIVIL SERVICE COLLEGE, HIGH STREET, BANGOR. x (Open to Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls). PRINCIPAL: MR OWEN JONES P (Hohoursman and Medallist). Senior Mistress: MRS LLOYD ROBERTS, B.A. (Graduate of the Welsh University, with Honours in Classics). Shorthand, Type- writing, Book-keeping, Commercial Corres- pondence, and Office Routine, Arithmetic English, etc. Situations Found. Students may join at any time. Prospectus on application. Public IRoticies. G. Hi R. BOARD, ur TRADE. THE TIMBER SUPPLY DEPART- TH MENT, 80, Newman-troot, Oxford- street, London, W. 1, are open to BUY LARGE QUANTITY of SCOTCH FIR or LARCH TELEGRAPH POLES, Winter felled and delivered during next Season. Prepared to pay full Market Prices, and will be glad to have particulars of any for Sale. VILLAGE CLUBS ASSOCIATIONS (North Wales Branch). APPLICATIONS are invited by the North Wales Branch of the Village Clubs Association for an ORGANISING SECRETARY for the work of the Assooia- tion in Wales. Candidates must be Welsh speaking and familiar with the life and ac-tivitic-s of rural Wales. Salary: 93W and travelling expenses.—Applications and three testimonials should be received not lat-e-r than JANUARY 1st, at the Office of the North Wales Branch of the Village Ciubs Association, University College, Bangor, where further particulars can be obtained. illr. FRANIK BELLIS (Late His Majesty's Inspector and Resident Architect, Housing Branch. H.M. Factory, Queensferry, Chester) has RETURNED AFTER FOUR YEARS' WAR SERVICE, and will RESUME HIS PRACTICE as ARCHITECT and SURVEYOR, at 65, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. DON'T FORGET THE MONSTER FANCY DRESS DANCE at the PENRHYN HALL, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19th, NEXT, From Eight p.m. to One a.m. TEN VALUABLE PRIZES FOR (2) Most Original Costume (Ladv and Gent). (2) Best Inexpensive Costume (Lady and Gent). (2) BeAt Character Costume (Lady and Gent). (1) The Prettiest Lady's Costume. (1) The Mot Humorous Gentleman's Costume. (2) The Best Waltz Costume. Admission, 2s 6d: Onlookers, who will be accommodated on the Stage, Is 3d, including. Tax. fancy Dress or Evening Dress compulsory PRELIMINARY NOTICE. A NEW^EAR BALL. tfn dor distJiiginshed -•^fefcroiiug^. in aid of THE NEW MADOC MEMORIAL HOSPITAL will be hold at the TOWN HALL, PORTMADOC, JANUARY 1st, 1920. Nine p.m. to Three a.m. Tickets: Ladies, 10s 6d; Gentlemen, 12s od; or one guinea for two; For particulars and Tickets apply to ,:1e Hon. Secretary, Captain A. P. Perolval, Bodawen, Portmadoc. cr.t".e. CITY OF BANGOR. TriHE WATER DEPARTMENT of the J- Bangor Corporation are prepared to receive TENDERS for the SUPPLY of: (a) About 2 Miles of 8-inch Cast Iron Water Mains. (b) Special Castings for same. (c) Labour opening trenches. (d) Cartage work. Specification and particulars of the vari- ous works may De obtained on application to the Water Engineer, Town Hall, Ban- gor. The Corporation do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Tenders, marked "New Water Main," to be addressed to the Chairman, Water- works Committee, Town Hall, Bangor, and to be in hand not later than the loth DECEMBER proximo. J. PENTIR WILLIAMS, Bangor, Town Clerk. 26th November, 1919. ell t% ltolicg Re THOMAS ROBERTS, SOLICITOR, PORTMADOC, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all I persons having any Claim against the Estate of the above-named Deceased are requested to send full details of the same to the undersigned at once. Alsp all persons indebted to the Estate of the Deceased are- requested to pay all such Debts to J. JONES MORRIS, Portmadoc, Solicitor acting for the Executor. FINANCIAL. NO PRELIMINARY FEES. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY, in Large or Small Sums (not Jess than 910). 4 Call or Write to GEORGE PAYNE and SONS, 3, CRESCENT-ROAD, RHYL. Established 1870. INTENDING BORROWERS NOTE THIS. HAVING a large amount of ready .H Cash at our disposal, we are desir- ous of LENDING same to respectable Business People, Householders and Far- mers, on your own Note of Hand, atthe following Rates of Interest:— J520 repay 5s weekly. £50 repay 10s weekly. £ 100 repay 21 weekly. Repayments to suit Clients' own con- venience. Distance no object. A. FINK and CO., LTD., 2, Mount-street, MANCHESTER. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS ] CHOICE LEATHER GOODS JARVIS & FOSTER, BANGOR Established 104 years. 'Phone 149. M. A. CROOKS' 222, High Street, Bangor, and Menai Bridge, GOOD RELIABLE AUTUMN FOOTWEAR fl BY THE BEST ENGLISH MAKERS— 9 I K,' Lotus' Delta," Footgiove,' Jaeger.9 j9fl Bective, &c. IlQr Good Leather and Neat Repairs by Practical Workmea. jl VICTORIA HOUSE, BANGOR. | Great Clearance Sale l r Of General Drapery j and Furnishing Goods < > Commences Thursday, Dec. I I th* } Great Reductions in all Departments. I Terms-Cash. G. J. THOMAS. Tel. 204. | Ofiiv THOSE WHO ARE WELL f can be said to know the joy of living. Nothing can compensate for the loss of health. Dyspeptic millionaires are by no means to be envied. On the other hand, no man is really poor who is rich in health. People who possess abundant energy, and vitality, although in indifferent circumstances, t AM REAHY WELL 0". § !n our pursuit &f prosperity our first aim should be to secure halt JjH and fitness and to this end we should be particularly <fare £ ul f maintain the efficiency of the digestive organs. For this purpose we shall find nothing better than the systematic use of Beecham's Pills. They keep the stomach strong, the liver active, the bowels regular and the blood pure and thus make it easy for one to be well. t BE ECHAM s piLLS Prepared only by THOMAS BRECHAM, St. Helens, Lanes. Sold everywhere in boxes, labelled Is-3d and Js.od. -I; ') s Old Drury's Greatest Success- "SPORTING LIF < is at the' County' next Thursday LEE'S PICTURES. PLEASE NOTE NEW TIME. Doors Open 6.30. Commence 7 prompt. Week commencing MONDAY, Dec. 8th. MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WED- NESDAY. "LOVE THE ONLY lXW" (Five Acts), An All-Star Cast, in a Picture of Great Beauty and Charm. Plot laid in Icelajid. "REX BEACH EXPEDITION." Thirteenth Episode I ',?o d e. "THE WOMAN IN THE WEB." MATINEE: WEDNESDAY. 2.30. THURSDAY, ERIDAY, and SATUR. DAY, MILTON SILLS and MARIE SHOT- WELL in TAINTED LIVES" (Five Acts). Second Episode, "THE FOUR SHADOWS." NOTE NEW TIME: Doors Open 6.30, Commence 7 prompt. Admission (including tax); 4d, 5d, 8d. "CYMRU AJfBYTH. NOTICE. IF you want civility and prompt atten- tion, come to the BANGOR CREAMERIES, HOLYHEAD RD., UPPER BANGOR, which is under entirely new management. FRESH MILK DAILY FROM OUR OWN FARMS. We are here to please you, and trust you will give us a share of your patronage. Forty Years' Experience. THOS. JONES, M. 80. Proprietor. FOR PRINTING, I STATIONERY, BOOKBINDING, AND FANCY GOODS II ALSO FISHING TACKLE FOR SEA AND RIVER Rods, Reels, Flies, Lines, Casts, Baits," THE LARGEST AND BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE NEIGHBOURHOOD. Nixon & Jarvis BANK PLACE, BANGOR.