RHYL DISTRICT. TIfE HIDI)KN HAND.â€” XC\L WEEK we intend ^i\ ing a large instalment of the above. THE PALACE AND SUMMER (,ARDEN the past week a first rate company with Mr Louis Calyert as the principal, have been occupying the boards at the Palace. Each evening there has been large attendances, ami the productions have been thoroughly appreciated. lr Cah-ett, who is a most clever actor, succeeded in completely carry- ing his audience away, his dileneation of Claude Melnotte in the Lady of Lyons being all that could be desired, and his efforts were equally well secoii- ded by Miss Clara Cowper as "Pauline." To- night (Friday") "The Taming of the Shrew," and to. morrow evening (Saturday) is to be "Corsican Brothers," and "Black-Eyed Susan." The programme for next week shews a variation in the class of entertainments. Mr Denbigh Cooper, the renowned musician, will be one of the singers. 1880 A- 1SS4 VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE.â€”J H. Ellis holds arge stock of the above choice vintages. and wonlrl in- vite special jttention to the following selected brands :â€” Ayala, Bollinger, Clicquot, Deutz and Geldcinan, Gies!er. Heid.-ieck, Irroy, Meet and Cbandon, Monte- bello, Mumm. Perrier Jonet, Pommery and Greno, Lonis Roederer, Buinart, &c. also other brands from 30/- per dozen and upwards. J. II. Ellis would recoin mend intln- ding purchasers to hny at once, as all the p'incipal ship- pers of Champagne litve given notice of a very consider- able advance in the prices of their Wineo.-Full Price Lists of all Wines, Spirits. Liquers, Foreign Cigars, &o., &c sent on application to J II. ELLTS, Wine and Spirit Merchant, 11, & 12, Water Street, Rhil. For Choicest Kiel Batterâ€”,T. O. Jones, Tea Exchange *L>'0VLY CARTE'S COMP INV,Our good friend Xfr Clement is once more going to give the public a treat at the Town Hall. The Gondoliers 011 \\cdnesday and Thursday, and the Yeomen of the Guard on the two following evenings. See advertisement, and attend the performances. BVOXSTBY OFFICE FOR FERVANT.J.â€” Evans & Co., Newsagents, Wellirgton Ch<irn!ierj, lUivl. For Spec al Blondtd Teaâ€”Tea Exchange. TttE committee of the Lifeboat Institution have decided to place the new boat Margaret PlalL of Stalybridge at Rhyl. CLWfD AND ELWY FISHERIES. SALMON An TBOUT licenses for season, 20/. TROUT only for season, 4/6. WISHING Rons AND TACKLE of the best makers and of reliable quality may be had from Hatwood, Hair- dresser, Queen Street. HACKFORTH cV: Co. beg to call special attention to their TEA which is cf Ihe finest qoulity, from 16 to 2'10 per lb. POST OFFICE EXPKKSS DELIVERY.â€”On and from August 1st the l'ost Ollice will deliver messages, letters, and parcels by special messenger in all parts of the town and rural district. The fee for Express Delivery will, in addition to the ordinary inland postage, be "2d, for every succeeding mile or part of a mile, when a public conveyance (i.e., tramcar, railway or omnibus, &c.) is available in both directions. When the distance exceeds two miles and a public conveyance is not available, a charge will be made, in addition to the postage and fee, of Is. per mile for a special conveyance, or the ordinary cab fare. (If the sender wishes it, a spe- cial conveyance may be used for any less distance.) Under the new- Service Express letters and parcels ,1,, transmitted by post to any Express Delivery Office in^the United Kingdom will on arrival, be sent out for delivery by special Messenger. The following Offices in the district will be opened at the outset as Express Delivery Offices, and Ex-press letters, parcels, etc., handed in at the counter, or arriving by mail at any of these Offices, will beat once sent out for delivery; yiz :-Rhyl. Abergele. Cohvyn Bay, and St. Asaph. HATWOOD, HAIRDRESSER, Qneen Street and High Street, for Hair Cutting ami Shampooing. HATVOOD, Hairtbesser. fm- Hair Brushes and Combs, TTATWOOD, Hairdresser, for Toilet Articles, &c., Ac, HATWOOD, Hairdresser, for Razors and Straps. BAT WOOD Hai dresser, for FISHING TICKETS and TACKLE, Walking Sticks and Canes; nud the best Tobaccos and Cigars. IMITDENT THEFT.At the Town Hall* this (Fri- day) morning, before l)r Girdlestone and Mr S. Perks, Robert Hughes, a labourer, who is better known as Bob Ty Moel, was charged with steal- ing a sovemgnfrounMargaretTyrer, of! 12, Robinson St., Everton, Liverpoo). The Complainant stated I I itt; oil t lie (lay previous she wan in the ImperialHotel. She called foi threepeunyworth of whiskey for which she tendered a sovereign. Miss Williams, who was then vailing in the bar, said she had no change, when the prisoner took up the sovereign and said he Mould get her change. He took out the sovereign with him, but did not return, and she had not seen linn Titiglies de- posed apprehending prisoner, who denied the charge. He had los. on him. The pnsouer HOW admitted having the sovereign to change, but was drunk at the time and never brought it back again. â€”The Bench coimnittod him to II davs" hard labour. TEE Editor of the Mcdicol Annual speaks in the highest terms of CO\BBUllY'S COOA as a beverage and a food for invalids on account of its absolutejpurity, high quality, and great solubility; and counsels" ihe Medical Profession to re member, in recommending Cocoa, that the name CADRC&X on any packet is a guarantee of purity. RHYJ. RESIDENTS V. EIIVL VISTTUKS. The return match between these two teams was played on the 20th inst., on the ground adjoining the Summer Gardens, the Residents being again vic- torious for the second time. Appended is the score: I "Visitors. Residents Nightingdale run out 2 R I) Sllllcock not out 32 C Jones b Teale F. Jones c and b R. O. Simcock 7 Tot tie e X ightingdale b ('Hatfield b Simcock -1 F Jones 2 Suckling c Simcock b I Highway, c and b F .Jones t (I Rigby tun oiit 9 B Jones e F Jones b Goodman e R Sinicock Suckling 1 b Teale I R Thomas c Nightingale b Rigby O A .Tones st. F. Jones b I*. Nelson b Tottie S Suckling 18 I Nelson not out O \Y Gunuer b Suckling .> Dean c Suckling b Rigby 1 c 14 Total .">2 Total 77 George & another to bat BICYCLV.S for Boys on the Hire Purchase System. I have 7 Boj 's Ordinary Bicych s 36 & 40 in. Made by P. rDL,, r l: Co. Price 37/6 at 51- Cash down and re- mainder a" 6d. per week till paiu for, Chas. Ccnnih, Cycle Factor, Rhyl. HA.CKFOKTTT A Co., GROCERS, 27. HIGe: FTREET, k(ep oiily ille. b-st quality goods, which alwa, a give Batisf'cnon mH the cheanest in the end. So'e Ag mts for W. &- A. Gilbey's, Wines and Spirits.
RECEIVED TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFI- CATION. ) At ,i4 High-streetâ€”Rev. VY. A. Voss, Mrs and Miss Voss, Allonby, Mrs and Misses Charlton. At Bryntirion Cottage, Russell-roadâ€”Mrs Murray, Miss Murray, Miss M.Murray and nurse.â€”No Addressâ€”Rev G. C. Thorn, Mrs Thorn, London, Mrs Warbart-on. Huline, Miss F. YVarbarton do. At 15 Princes-street, Mrs Tlloiiias-.Nliss Hopkiiis, .Birmingham. :\1, Phipps do, Miss Phipps do; ,\1 rs Fellows, family and nurse, Dudley Mrs Delloway, family and nurse, Stourbridge.â€”At 17 John-street, Mrs Jones -Mrs Hawkes, Daisy Bank, Bilston Miss Smallnian do, Miss E. Small- man do Misses Mary, Sarah, Esther and Katie Hughes, Coppice, Bilston Miss Fanny W'estbury, B'ham, Miss Dora Startin do.- At IS John-street, \1 r Morrisâ€”C. Cadwailader and family, Sedgley I". D. Denton Es<|, London.â€”-At 32 W est Parade, Mrs Matthewsâ€”Joseph wilks, Esq, l'elsall, Miss ilks do, Air anil Mrs J. G. w. Binns do, Master Binns do, Mrs and Miss Nellie Brookes (to Mr Mrs and Miss Wheeler, Edgbaston Mrs and Miss akeman do. Mr and Mrs Suckling, Gravelly Hill, Birmingham. At 9 Princess-street, Mrs I'ickersgillâ€”Miss Owens, Dublin; Mr E. Vivian Reynolds, Loiiloii Mr Cecil Charles, M'chester Mr S. A. Cook son, OI(Ilikttii.-At -) lit-iglitoti-i-oa(l, Mrs Hughes-â€”Mrs Conwy-Jones, baby and nurse, Conway. At Mrs Evans, Fryuongroew-roadâ€”Mr and Mrs R. F. J. Moore, Nottingham; Mrs Comanton, Liverpool; Miss Comanton, do, Miss Grace Com- anton do, Miss Kerney do, Mr Elliott do, Mr and ,ei,l 'til(i .Mrs Reid and family do.
HOLLERS' LAGER BEER, NIARI< feSlif I AS SUPPLIED TO THE HOUSE OF COMMONS IN BOTTLE OR CAfrK. Botilira wanted where not already repicscnted. STOHiis 68, HANOVER ST, LIVE LT-POOL, AND 85a, Mosley Street, MANCHESTER. palace and Summer Gardens, RHYL. GRAND SACRED CONCERT Sunday Evening next, July 26th, 1891. Vocalists Mr. Denbigh Cooper, Baritone MK. RKli), Tenor I MR. T. J. HASELDEN'S Augmented Orchestra. Â¡ Admission 3d. Concert to commence at 8.15, MONDAY NEXT, JULY 27th, Every Afternoon at 3, and every Evening at 8. MH. DENBIGH CUOPER, The Celebrated Baritone. ]1 R. F It A NK REID, The favourite Tenor and Whistling Soloist. jfR. WILFRED CRIGHTON, Musical Cumedian. M B P CARNEY, Irish Comedian and Dancer. PROF. H alv A R I) Will introduce ADA, In her Marvellous Thought-reading Entertainment Admission-Frcut Seats, Is.; Gallery and Back do., 110 YAL BEEP. BAN K'BOLIDA Y, 1891. T. E. J ONES, BUTCHER, 152, Wellington Road, Rhyl. Begs to announce to the visitors and residents gen- erally that he has purchased for Bank-Holiday week a prime fat Maiden HEIFER, bred and fed by H.B.H. the Prince of Wales, on his home farm at Sandringham. The above will be shown alive on Wednesday nejJ afternoon, 29th July. At the same time there will be on sale some very prime WELSH MOUNTAIN LAMB and MUTTON. The Public are respectfully invited to inspect the above Stock. Ordinary Market Prices. Early orders respect- fully invited. (3484 J ONES & ROBERTS, Builders & Contractors, Morley Road Steam Joinery Works, Rhyl. Designs and Estimates prepared for every des- cription of work. Funerals completely furnished on moderate terms. Scaffolding and Builders' Plants on Hire. Experienced men employed in all branches of the building trade. (3.321 J ESSE gEECH, GLASS, OHINA, AND EARTBENWA DEALER, WELLINGTON HALL, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. Also Dealer in all kind of Buckley Brown Ware. Orders promptly attended to. 2283 F. LIPSHAM, Accountant & Auditor, (30 Years' Experience), No. 6,Market street RHYL. Head Office:â€”CHESTER, Tradesmen's Books posted up and Balain e Sheets prepared. Debts collected on Commission only. Bankruptcy meetings attended for Creditors FREE OF CHARGE. Freehold Land on Marine Drive for Sale. (3152 CURE GOUT. RT A lU' Si CURE RHEUMATISM. D1J A 111 O CURE SCIATICA. CURE LUMBAGO. GOUT CUHE NEURALGrA- The EXCRUCIATING PAIN is AND quickly relieved and cured in a few days by these celebrated pill? -pil well known as the Great remedy llneumatic for the above Complaints. No restraint of diet during use. iitt -| nj Sold by all chemists at 1 l-LliU. Is. 1 i,d. and 2s. 9d. per box J (3449 j&uittiag trbtccÃ¸t &t. +- ENGLISH ^fESLEYAN CHAPEL. BRIGHTON ROAD, RllfL. To-morrow (Sunday) UKV. PROFESSOR SLATEK, M.A., Will preach. Morning at 11. Evening at 6.30. Free Seats. Collection at each Service. Week Evening Serviceâ€”Wednesday at 7-3 Organistâ€”G. E. FIELDING, ESQ. THE M ATRIM 0 NI AL H E R ALD t AND FASHIONABLE MARRIAGE GAZETTE represents the Iargestand m08 successful Matrimonial Agency in the world, and is the original and sole responsible medium for the Nobility, Gentry, and Commercial Classes. Price 3d. (secure in plain envelope, 4Jd.).â€”Editor, 40, Lamb's Conduit Street, J;.ondon, W.q., or order o all N ewsagents. TXTATCH CLUBS. ADDITIONAL AGENTS Â» Â» WAITED. Foremen. Timekeepers, and others should write to the CITY OF LONDON WATCH CLUB CO. for their new Price List. 1000 Illustrations. Best Terms. Grand Value.â€”H. E. PECK, Manager, 8, New Bridge ft., London, E.C. PRESERVE vour Hair it weak or tailing off. J. W OODS' QUININE CANTHARIDINE AND ROSEMARY NEVER FAILS, WITH 01: -WITHOUT CHKASKAS PUKKKRKED. Sold everywhere, price 9d" 16 alld 3 6. l'ost 3d extra. WOODS' PHARMACY. PLYMOUTH. GREAT SUCCESS. _n_-2 J.ll JOHN PRATT & CO., IPSWICH, having neietia-ed a large quantity of HIGHEST CLASS TROUSERINGS, are prepared to send, on order, by return of post, 12 Pat.terns with Sell measurement Forms. J. P. A: Co. guarantee these Guinea Trou8er to be equal to West End 30,- good-. Will be sellt to anv part of the United Kingdom, carriage paid. P.O. or Che que crossed BACON, COBBOLD & CO., Bankers. Ipswich, must be scntwi!.h order. 5 percent, discount. T'leginni.: PRATT, P8WICH, mEE WESTERN BANK OF LONDON, JL 26, Chflring Cross, S.W. Current ACl10unts kept in Il"mlancp,with the usual practice of London Banks. No restrictions as to balance. Country Cheques cashed. Interest allowed on Current Accounts where the minimum balances are not less than Â£ 20. Deposits of Â£ 10 and upwards received on the folluwin terms: lÃ per cent. per annum,sub j ect to 3 months' notice ef withdrawal. 6 â€ž â€ž â€ž 6 7 12 Other arrangements made for money deposited for longer periods. GEORGE F. SCOTT. Manager. A BEKDE^~GHANITE MONUMENTS, A from Â£ S, carriage paid. Inscriptions accurate and beau- tiful. Plans & prices from J. W. LEGGE, Sculptor, Aberdeen. AAA TO ASSURED. Everybody wanted K11 to learn Double-entry Book-keeping. Free. Wre at once, SEC., 25, Cambridge Av., Edinburgh. TENTS.â€”Army Bell Tents, 40ft. in circumference, with JL role, pegs, & lines complete, readv for use; cost the Govern- ment Â£5 eaoh; j rice 17/0, of SAMUEL MOSES icontractor for the disuspd tenttlge and for the old clothing, &c., of the British Anuv -1, AloU 1 1 -iÂ»~ -l- XTiISli DIRECT from GRIMSBY. Tile Grimsby JJ Siraclc Owners'Direct Vish Supply Association, deliver. *Â«rriage raid, to any part of tUnited Kingdom,a BASKET of tÂ»E8H FISH on receipt uf P.O. Order Â£ e. 9d â€”Orders and renÂ»iy.anoefl t0 i>e hent to the Secretary of the Association, B. W. WDSLT xMS. FISH DOCKS, GltlMSBY. Quote paper. AMANCHEbruii CAPITALIST, firm, having a considb-^jie sumof jiuinvested MONEY, is i v^l*-i" sums of not less than Â£ 20 to Â£ 1000, ro persons of undoubted i -rjeotability, on their own pro- missory note, without a^kiDg for su iieg or at a low and reasonable rate of mtei est, for long ,-hort T>eriods. As this advertisement is not connected with any L Society, it i3 re- quested that habit ual borrowers Â«il 1 not appÂ« v fl;Vl partiou- ,â€žra anply personally, or by letter, direct to the 4TLtjlur Wyprt^am HaddoP> iQ, Oorporation__Stregt, GALVANISED coerigaiep IRON eoo*^g CTIPPTS Taive onaniity <Â» R i^htly defective sheet<, 1Â« wkoliâ– 6fr. IOTIK. l-. Cil ca.<;h 7ft. Is. 10d. each 8ft., 2â„¢!d each'i9ft.2s. 6d. each lOrt. 3-. each; ga lvanised ridg- as. ia. 5.r>outii)^ rails, screws, v^siievs, rnd all matÂ«^als for tixiiig^ Applv to BRUCEat d STILIJ. Contractors Bui^tlgs !â– Norfolk StreeU l,v< .w,l._ I ( A Grand Coral Cave Bazaar AND SUB-MARINE MARKET Will he held at THE TOWN HALL, RHY L, on ( THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, the 6th, 7th, and 8th days of AUGUST NEXT, in aid of the New Church Burial Ground. The Bazaar will be under the distinguished t Patronage of ] Mis. Edwards, The Palace, St. Asaph Lady Grenville Williams, Bodelwyddan; Mrs Bamford Hesketh, Gwrych Castle; Lady Horatio Lloyd, Chester; Mrs. Williams-Wynn, Cefn; Mrs Stokes, Pengwern; Miss Willituns-Wynn, Cefn; Miss c Mainwaring, (ialltfaenan; and others, and will be I OPENED EACH DAY AT 2 P.M. j On THURSDAY by ] j LADY FLO RENT IA HUGHES, of Kinmtl, J AND The LORn BISHOP of ST. ASAPIT. I On FRIDAY by LADY CUNIJIFFE, of Adon Hall, Wrexham, 1 EDWARD WHITLEY, ESQ., .11, P. ( And on SATURDAY by MRS. TO WXSHEND MAINWARING, Of GaUffacntm. AND The REV. CANON HOWELL LTAXS, .11..1., Vicar of Rhyf. 1 I THE Town Hall will. for the occasion, be trans- i JL formed into the BOTTOM OF THE OCEAN. I and the Stalls will be most charmingly arranged inside CORAL CAVES, by Messrs. Reach et Cie, the Artistic Bazaar Decorators, of Leeds. Th'j I Sea will be. represented above the heads of the J people, all sorts of fish and sub-marine animals may f be seen floating about. ] This novel design, selected at ENORMOUS EX PKNSE, i is the rtry latent production and THE PRIXCE OF BAZAAR NOVELTIES, the like of which has never before been seen in the Principality. â€” ALL KINDS OF A TTRACTIOXS Gonjiiri/t; Y<:nlriloqiii-<ii), and Dramatic Entertainmentx. CHAND PERFORMANCE by Children, in costume, of Reach's CANTATA, "QUEEN OF THE SEA," etc., etc., etc. Prices of Admission ;â€”Single Season Ticket, (not transferable), 2s. tid. Thursday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., 2s.; after 4 p.m., Is.; Friday from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Is. after 4 p.m., 6d. Saturday from 2 p.m. till 4 p.m., (id. after 4 p.m., 3d. For further particulars see posters and daily programmes. J. LLEW. ROE-BROWNE, Hon. SW. PERCY PLUNKETT, A.,si.,t. Hon. See. :H7!} C rrOvVN HALL, RHYL. I For Four Nights only, commencing 0 JfONJJAY, JULY 29th91891, J MR. D'ovly Carte's Opera Company. 1 On Wednesday and Thursday, July 29th and 30th, "The GONDOLIERS." On Fi iday and Saturday, July 31 st and August "The Yeomen of the Guard." A A Written by W. S. GILBERT. Composed by ARTHUR SULLIVAN. Reserved Seats, â€¢')Â«., Unreserved 2s aud Is. I Seats may be booked at MR Brient's Music Ware- house, Lyric Hall, Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8. (3462 A GRAND BAZAAR AND FETE â€ž Will be held at c C â€” Kinmel Park, â€” ON s. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19th And two following days. ENTRANCE, Is. 3441 RHYL AND COUNTY CLUB, MARKET STREET RHYL. CLERGYMEN, Gentlemen, &c visiting Ehyl, \J are allowed to use the premises of the above Club, upon payment of 10s 6d. for a term of three months, or 58 for one week. Applications to be made to the Steward on the premises. 3472 IMPORTANT. 2 Diamond & Gem Mounting. Watch, Clock and Jewellery c Repairs. i Best Workmanship. Lowest Charges. Be T Watch Mainsprings 2s Best Watch Glasses 3d Best Brooch Pins 2d J. LEMON, Ie, MARKET STREET, (Opposite the Lyric Hall.) RHYL. J All Work received before 12 noon returned the- same day. (3446 fc tc FURNITURE VANS T AT ALFRED SHEPHERD'S, Complete House Furniturer, 5 BODFOR STREET RHYL. I a Â£ n Purniturc Removed by Covered, Vans, and packed by experienced packers. J ] ESTIMATES FREE. .â– Furniture Upholstered & French I Polished on the premises by prac- 1 tical men. t i < Carpets made and Linoleums laid Â£ Fkee OF CHARGE. ] < Inspection of our large stock of Bedsteads, Bedding, Household Drapory and General Furniture will be esteemed a favour. Ii â€”â€”- P S -Please place your Orders Early for Removals. TT 0W TO MAKE MONEY, fithoiit Vi^T -Tl- No agency or speoulatio7i, snrarss Vc V?" .â€¢ i y\ GliNlS WAA TED evi'rj where fÂ°r ,patented Articles & | t ^Qvrftie.sfortli0 ihiilliÂ°]) required by a Good nrofitK Vn. JL WLTR TE^R correct) y described by hand- Street.Oloucester. j. ijp Sltirfion. -w_+- BY MESSRS. TV. DRTV & SON. -+- RHYL. GLADSTONE BUILDINGS, situate at the corner of Kinmel street and Bodfor- street, close to the Railway Station.) ME.SSRS. W. DEW AND SOX have boen instructed to oftVr the above commanding ange of Freehold Buildings SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at he WESTMINSTER [IOTEL, HH YL, on TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, it 3 o'clock. Further information in future advertisements, md particulars of Sale, and in the meantime may )e obtained of Messrs Newman, Painter, Gould", md Williams, Yeovil, Somerset and 1, Clement's [nn, London or of the Auctioneers, Weilfield, Bangor. (3450 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. TOWN OF RHVL. ESTiTK OF THE LATE JOSEPH EVAN?, ESO OF HAYDOCK. JREAT SALE OF HOUSE PROPERTY, BUILDING LAND, &c. MESSRS W. DEW AND SON have been 1 instructed to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, it the WESTMINSTER HOTEL. IUIYL, iMuable House and other Property, forming a portion of the above Estate, and being situate n the above fimtly improving favourite watering alaco. Full particulars in uae course, or any in for- nation may be obtained in the meantime of Messrs Robert Davies, Sharp. Ivirkconnel and Co., solicitors, Warrington of Messrs Williams and Sicholson, Salop House, Oswestry, or of the Auctioneers, Weilfield, I'angor. (i-t:51 J. e. irBERTs & <?â€¢ AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENTS. Sales of Property, Farming Stock, and Household urnitare conducted on thÂ« most reasonable terms. VALUATIONS and INVENTORIES for PROBATE and ADMINISTRATION. MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED and Sales by Private Treaty conducted. Household Furniture and Effects BongM for C'lsh. Appointment under the Agricultural IIolding3 Ac REGISTER kept of Famished Houses, REGISTER kept of Karnisbed Apartments RENTS and DEBTS COLLECTED. List of properties for Sale. Prompt Settlement Guaranteed. iEnTIFIEn DISTRAINT OFFICER LNDER THE NEW LAW OF DISTRESS AMENDMENT ACT, 1888. All business entrusted to J. E. R. & Co, shall have heir best and prompt attention. Iffices: Town Hall Auction Mart. Rhyl. (13g P. & J. WILLIAMS, AUCTIONEERS, rOUSE AGENTS$â– VALUERS. PROPERTIES SOLD BY PRIVATE CONTRACT. VALUATIONS MADE FOR PROBATE &c. RENTS COLLECTED. ESTATES CAREFULLY MANAGED- FURNISHED HOUSES AND APARTMENTS' AGENCY. [gents for the Royal Fire and Life Insurance Company. [ UCTION 4- ESTATE' OFFICES: MARKET STIlEET. llHYL. 'q- thyl Lawn Tennis Club, SUMMER GARDENS. The above Club ht.s opened for the season. TEEMS: Gentlemen 12s. 6d. Ladies 10s. Gd. Visitors can joill by the week, foitnight, or tenth. Tickets can be obtained fiom the Honorary ccretary, MB. PEnCy PIU-NKETT, Pen-y-dou, Rhyl. N.B â€”The Season Tennis Ticket entitles the older to all privileges attached to Season Tickets the Gardens. ( -114 ~w7TT,oiLBi:;rs^ iVTiNES AND SPIRITS Bottle. Castle A. Claret Bordeaux. 3, Castle Catalonia Port 1 Castle Proof Scotch Whi.-key ;) 1 John Jameson & Sons' Lisli Whiskey.. <i li Castle U. P. Gin 2 SOLE AGENTSâ€” Hackforth & Co., FAMILY GROCERS, 7, HIGH: STREET, Ell YL. (3128 Hmerira. UNARD LINE ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS. The Steamers of this Linc have an unequalled record half a century for safety and comfort, and take speci- sd courses according to the seasons of the year. FROM LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN To NEW YOBK. To BOSTON. TRURIA .Sat., July 25 CATALONIA Thur. July 23 URANIA.. Sat., Aug] CEPHALONIA Thor.July 30 MBRIA. Sat., Aug 8 SAMARIA ..Thur., Aug. 6 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares ir FIRST and SECOND Class Passengers; also through iCHINA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND,and AUSTRALIA STEERAGE PASSENGERS to all parts of America ad Canada at Low Rati s those by Boston Steamers aoked to NEW YORK without extra charge. HE CUNARD STEAMSHIP COMPANY, LIMITED 8, Water Street, Liverpoo OR TO THEIR AGENT, R. D. ROBERTS (MWRQG), Estate Agent, .RHYL. JULY, 1891. LIVERPOOL AND MOSTYN. THE FAST l1,- SAILING STEAMER j Â«Â« g W f F T S "u RE," KOBERT LOWE, Master: Fitted up specially for the Station, will pI) between IVEEPOOL & MOSTYN, leaving North end n fnnce s landing Stage, and Mo?tyn (weather and othei eircum- tanceepermitting) with liberty totow asunder: From Liverpco'. FromMLStyn. iaturdsy, July 15 9 30 a m 2 30 p ill Monday 27 110am J 30 p m Cuesday 28 11 45 am S o0 p m (Vednesday 29 12 45 p m (i 0 p tn L'hor.-day ,,30 2 0 pm 70pm Friday, 31 30 a m 8 0 a m 6 0pm July 10t!â€”Lr ng day Fxeursionâ€”Lireipool to Mcstyn and 3,k. Taree as pel Time Bills July 4th. 17tr, 18ch, aud 31'tâ€”Long Dav EXlurÂ¡,iolls- Mostyn to Liverpool" .r:d Baek. Fares 118 per Time Bills. He,vy Goods received at Chester BSSID, ne9r St George's Baths, for Mostyn â€” .lu'y tLh, t-i a.m. to 4 p W, lltb, a.m. to 1 p.m. 20lh, s 8ill. to 4 p.m. 25tb, 10 a.m. to p.m. Coiils received at Pnnce'a Landirg an hour before iino of sailii g. liale of rreiÂ¡;hl, for anyHing 2 tGIl, bd per cwt., over 2 tons, 36d. Me8urement Goods, 2d per 3ubie Foot. FJcight to be paid ou de iwry. from Chester leave Mostyrâ€”6 481 12-31 1 4 31 J Saturdays only Trains from Bangor leave Mcstyn â€”8 5U 1 24 6 Ii 100 ) 4!J 9 34 The Kteamer not to be held responsible for non-sailings Steamer not 8ccounlab Ie for damage or injury to Horse; Carriages. Goods when lauded lire entirely at the risk of the jondignees. FARESâ€”FCRE CABIN Is (i. AFTER CABIN, ?s Â«d. !leturn same day do. 2a 0do. 3s Od. Return Tickets issf1pd on the 25>h are availahle f< r th.. Month, FOrtE CABIX, 23 61. AFTER CAIX, h 6.1. 1Ã¯ckts not trÂ»us erabo. hilHrea Four to Twelvo Ilulf Fare. Special Arr-ngements f ,r Pic. nics, -tchool Par'ies, e e, Uetrc. T ts on B >Â»rd. f Timo Bills and frtber ]>*r'neu- larÂ» apply to Ca >t. J' hn Daws n, WareaoQseiKan, Alosiyn Quay or to R. audD. Jtues, is Brunswick Street, Liver- pool. JpLAS j^yj A I;. QONWA1! lllusi.i iitfil ;ui<l <lt:soi-il)etl by ARTHUR liAKHR, F.K.I. B.A., and HERBERT 15AKKR. A. R.T. Honontry Arohitects to the Royal Caininiaii Academy. Price I s. May be obtainetl ut the railway liookstalU, and [ycal booksellers. The book contains a history of the tainilies of the Wynnes of (hvydir, and the (iritliths 01 Penrhyn, and a description of the Heraldic ornaments. ,:33li g-alrs lyo Hurtm?. By MESSRS. CRVRTONFLPBICK$Co GKONANT STREET, KHYL, illc of Freehold Property, comprising six Dwell- ing-houses. Cottage, and Lands. jVj K.SSRS. (.'HUPvToy. ELPHICK. k Co. i.V8_ have received insti notions to SELL BY AUCTION, at the Alexandra Hotel. Rhyl, on p.m. punctually, in one or more Lois, as may be determined upon at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions to be then produced the above-mentioned FREEHOLD PROPERTY, comprising six substantially erected Dwelling- Gronant-street, also Cottage, being Xo. 1. Gronant- street, in the occupation of John Protiit and others, together with a Pie.e of Land at the rear, now used as a. drying ground. For fin titer particulars apply io Me.<>rs. Crawley, Arnold, & Co., Solicitors, Whitehall-place, ( London, SA\ John Davies. Es<[.. Solicitor. Den- bigh: or the Auctioneers, Chester. 3441. BY JIB. JOSEPH EVASS. T 0 WY N, ABERGELE. FREEHOLD HOUSE AND LAND. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTiON, BY ]\;T R. -JOSEPH EVANS, at the ALE\AXT>KA lu HOTKI., RHYL, on FRIDAY, JCJLY a 1ST, 1891, at o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such con- ditions as shall then and there be produced) all that FREEHtJLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING- HOeE called 'â€¢ MORFA VILLA," containing Parlour, Front Kitchen, Back Kitchen, 4 Bed- rooms, Warehouse, ami other out-buildings. together with the FREEHOLD- FIELD or Parcel of Excellent PASTURE LAXD thereunto ad- joining and belonging, containing about four statute acres pleasantly situated at TOWYN, ABERGELE, close to the Foryd Station, on. the Chester and Holyhead Railway, within about or 10 minutes' walk of the Seashore, and midway between Rhyl ami Pensarn. Possession of the House and Land may be obtained by a purchaser on completion of the purchase. For further particulars apply to Mr David Edwards, Ty (wyn, Abergele: to the Auctioneer at his office in Abergele, or to Mk. EDWAKD ROBERTS, Solicitor. Town Hall Chambers. Rhyl. PRELIMINARY A 1) YER ITS EM ENT. VALUABLE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY AT RHYL. QHORTLY will K- OFFEIUID in FL'BLU k_, AUCTION AT R 1! \1., the two semi-detached FREEHOLD VIj.LAS .ailed PEN-Y-COED. in Brighton Road, Rhyl, lately occupied by Mr. William Morris, Contractor and Builder, and now occupied by his widow. For information, apply to Me.-srs. Robert Davies, Sharp. Kirkconnel. & Co., Solicitors, Warrington. t:) i Â£ c!)o!as:ic Kotires. t < S S 2 | | ALL | ADIES gCHOOI-, I. J J J laiYL. RESIDENT ENGLISH & FOREIGN GOVERNESSES AND VISITING MASTERS. This Fcliool is specially recommended by the Right Rev. The Lord Bibhop of the Diocese, and the Vtry Rev. The Dean. For prospectus apply to the Lady Principal. ^RUVILLE J ADIES' ^lOLLEGB, EAST PARADE, RHYL Principal-M I S S MERCIES Stu/lents are prepared for RIIV of the fu]h,wing:- Oxford ana Cambridge 1,ocal Examinations, Bangor University College (Scholarships), College of Preceptors South Kensington, and the Royal College of Masic. Recreation Ground with Tennis Conrt. Re-opened Tuesday, January :20. (0'152 gr. ^SApH f j RAMMAR gCHOOL. Large and commodious buildings, erected in 1881, surrounded by six acres of playing fields, aud situated iu one Ã¼f tile hf\aJthiL"t districts in North Wales. Pupils prepared iN Professional anÃ¹ University Examinations. Thirty-tbrce Successes iu the last two years, including a Scholarship of Â£50 for 3 years, and Terni3, &c., on application to W. EASTERBY. B.A.â€ž Head Master. THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. ASAPH, CÃ¹airman of the GrHcruiDg Body. School re-opened January 21st, 1591 nONHILDA, 14, WATER STREET, (Removed from Aquarium Si reed.) YOUNG | ADIES' y>OARDING C^CHOOL. Trine ip j 1 s Al IS s E 8 READ. PUPILS successfully prepared for Local Examinations, 1 Preparatory Room for little girls and litde boys under eight. Prospectus on application. (019 Term, January 20th. RIDDLE-CLASS DUCATION. -.u P. W E L S H: B A Course of Instruction :â€” ENGLISH SUBJECTS, CLASSICS. MATHEMA. TICS, FRENCH, BOOK-KEEPING, AND SHORT-HAND. PRIVATE TUITION. Full Particulars on Application, â€” Address 27, WATER STREET, RHYL. (0066 TERM JANUARY 2bT. QRIEL j_j O U S E g C li O O L PREPARATORY DAY AND BOARDING SCI10 1L FOR BOYS SIX i ) TWELyg YEARS OF AGE. KINDERGARTEN CLASS. For Prospectus apply to Lady Principal. Half Term June IK. A LF n L D J.| UGUES. Organist of St. Mnry's, Towyn, and for nine years Music Master at Kpworth College, Rhyl. TEACHER OF THE OHGAN, PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. Classes conducted for the study oi Theory and Sight-singing. Pupils prepared for Public Examination ill Music, and for Competition at Eisteddfodau. For terms, references, and testimonials, please applyâ€” 17, ELWY STREET, HHYL. MBST. J. ]IASELDEN- TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE AND HARMONIUM. TERMS MODERATE. Balls and Quadrille Parties attended. Bands provided. MAESINCLE VILLA, VALE ROAD. RH YL. 2229 Q0UTHP0RT.â€”PALACE HOTEL, Birkdale KZ7 Park. Charming Sca-ide result standing in its own grounds. Electnc light. Finest baths in the kingdom. Birk. dale Palace Station contigiious.â€”E. A.. FICK, Manager. GUN BUILDING SOCIETY (Estab. 1854>, O 12. Ho'.boro, Fo-.r-ami-u-llc.lf i er Cc-nt. 3'aid on DEPOSITS oi Â£ 200 iV iiir,i'nr<t^ :ii;id<- i.:r fixed terins. lJ 'i>osits of Â£ 1 and upwards at Â»>Â«<â€¢ week's i.otice, 3; per cent-. Interest payable_liali-yeariv. -l\xr parricidal' npnlv to the Secretary. SEABATHING at B LA Es KEN BE RG HE, BELGIUar 7vraKiiiticent beach and pands. the finest in Euroae. Esplanade liearlv two miles long, iUuinirated by the iuterlsive burner lamps of the Paris Company. Stockades over 300 yards out at sea. A new Casino with yast aÃŽ1d beautiful saloons for concerts, balJ. billiards, lectures. &c. Orchestra composed of 75 musicians. TJ1<,atre always open. Steam tramway from Blankenbergfbe to Ostend. Excursions on the sea by steamer. Numerous comfortable hotels. JPBICES MODERATE. DELTA & CO., lerFeatlierstone-bnild.ings, LonÃœon ,W.C. M rI,inÂ¡; wires. three horses, ls. od., or os. weekly. nud-dn.y wire, o^e horse^only, is. QUININE i'or INFLUENZA.-48 doseÂ«7postfree, Write to RIVERS HICKS, i7,1'liiljiot Lane, London, E.C. J IT' ARTHEN WAKE."SEC0N i,S CiiATE, Â£ 2. JLi BeÂ«t useful poods, JC3. Ser-d for Lists. EABLF.WOKKS POTTERY. X.oiig-ton, Staffordshire. G. 11. LAWRENCE, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical Chemist, 20, High Street, RhyI, Continues to supply PATENT MEDICINES, PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, &c., at LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH. ] Brand's Ksscncc 1 s (jd tin for 1 s- 2d Ridge's Food Is tins for 91.<'1 Do. do. 3s 0d 2s 3d Neave's do. Is Slt(i Bovrii .? Ul. tin or bottle, I ().I Benger's do. ] s 6d ]s2id 4 oz. 1s7.1 D<> 2s 6d 2s ti Is Od size lor 3s 3d Mellin's do. ]s6tl., Is lid Liebig's Kntract 1 oz. jar, S.ld Do. (id IslOd Do. do.2 oz. Is 2M Savory &. Muure'u do. Is 8kl oz. :2:" 3,1 Do. 2s "Is 4&d Pane's Fruit Salt. 2s 9d size for Is ] Id Cleaver s> Terebene Soap 6d for 4d Beecliam's Bills Is ] .Id n d Calwrt's Carbolic do, 6,1 4d Allcock's Plasters I 7d Wright'. Coal Tar do. 0d 4d Allle>1)\; Hair Bc.t,)I.el. 0s. 3s 0d Peers' IJnscented 6d 34d Fraser's Sulphur Tablets Is 1 id ]0,1 Keating's Insect Powder 6d tin 4d Carter's Liver Pdl. Is lid 10,1 Dn. do. is H 8d Above Ã1re given as examples, all others equally cheap. -=.- XOTFi ADDRESS- 2U, HIGH STREET (opposite POST OFFICE). V i.wik YX ];i:i;vx v 0, XA1, gamwaIth. Xorth Wales Chair Eisteddfod and Grand Musical Festival TO BE HELl) AT LLANRWST, 4th, 5th, 6th, .t 7th. 1891, In it I,iL\ I"i,)jl to Ã©lLL""]1Â¡Â¡nu,]atc -3.<K.MJ people. Patron* and Pr< <idf,it* The Right HeY. the Lord Bishop' of Bangor, The Right Honble. Lord Mostyn. The Right Hon. H. L. I'uleston. Cornwallis West, LP., Samuel Stnilli. Arthur H. D. Aehunl. Ksij. M.P.. Col. C. A. -\N-iiiic Fiii(,Ii, Henry R. Sandbach, I'^sij. W. R. r. Wyntie, Dsn, I ciyliir. Col. -lolni Hig^on, .lamÃ¨s Jardine, Esq. Chas, J. "Wallace. Es<j. Elias .Jones. K-.j. &c. N Ai.LLhiA. Aiadaine *danittA\'t iiioiiuis Nladtinie C on\\tiy, Lizzie Davies, ELEAXOK REES, Miss Annie h-ittith. R. A.M.. Mis.- Dora(iray. MROKLANDO HARTLEY, EOS Morlais Mr Maldvvyn Humphrey. A.R.A.M.. Si.Â«Â»>; Foj i. Mr David Hughes, R.A.M., Mr J. H. Dew. P/anisi â€”Signor Avditc. J't *>n;i< r â€” Eos y Berth. IFo-s N- Berth. < -t iifitJi and Professor n. D. Parry. ()v TTKSDAY Signoi â€¢ Foli will sing at the Grand Evening Concert.. AN EDXESPAY Brass Bands and Choral Competition*. TJIURSIIAY: Chairing of the Bard (according to the rites and ceremonies of the Bards of the Isle of Britain). FRIDAY Chief Choral and other Competitions. Coi/d/'cforxâ€”Cv>CIVIAKDO and C.UIT'AN. A BAKTTIR COJISKDP will he held daily at 10 o'clock. Archdrnid THE VENERABLE CL\VYI>FARIÂ»IÂ». Druidâ€”I.WUJ HMAL Gormhl Bardâ€” HWFA MON. Eisteddfod Meetings to commence each day at II o'clock a. m. Crand Evening Concerts will be held each day at 0 o'clock. Special Cheap Excursion Trains will run daily from all parts (see Railway bills). Programmes eontaiIiing full particulars of each day's proceedings to be had from Mr T. Berts, The Library, Llanrwst (Price UI i. Al. DAVIES. A IJa, ISHJ R. R. OAYEN, j Secretaries, O P E N I X G OF A NEW General Furnishing IRONMONGERY ESTABLISHMENT. JJOGkR pRICE (Late ICU! J!r SJÂ¡rlhP). Begs to inform the inhabitants of Rhvl and neighbourhood that he intends opening in a ie" Jays at MABKET STREET, BHYL, (under the Lyric Hall), with a well-selected assortment of Goods. (31C.4 PRESERVING SEASON. PURE X L Cane Sugar. Cheapest & the Best. â€” J. O. JOXIvS. lea Exchange, 34, High Street, Rhyl. ARTISTIC PHOTOGRAPHY WILLIAMS ^BOTHERS, THK MAGXET STUDIO, (Opposite the Post Office,) HIUB STREET, HHYL, Liit*. with Mr T. Ldj<c, JAandtuinvand Mons. Iltae, lit Street, London HAVING procured the best and latest iuven- I ted lenses and apparatus, with our own instantaneous process, we beg to state that FIRST CLASS RESULTS are now obtained at our Studio, EVEN ON THE DULLEST DAY. Note but High-class and Perfect Copies are sent out of our Establishment. Appointments may be made btfpost. ON SALE, an eligible piece of Freehold -LAND. Street made aud sewered. Suitable for Houses and a Laundry. Apply-F. R. Harrison & Son, Coal Merchants, Russell Road. 3408 BUY NEW POTATOES direct from the grower. Small quantities at wholesale prices.â€”Edward Amos, 20 Bedford St. 31iO r|"0 13E LET, Furnished, No. 1^, Kinmel JL Street.â€”Apply on the premises. (13460 rrO BE LET.â€”3 very comfortable houses JL situate in Saudtieid Place and Hollinwood Terrace. Rent moderate. Applyâ€”Messrs Browne & Co., Solicitois, 2, Clwyd Street, Rbyl. (1550 FURNISHED HOUSE TO LETâ€”MOORE COTTAGE, EAST PARADE, RHYL.- Drawing and Dining Room, four Bedrooms, w.c., Box Room, Kitchen* and Scullery, Outhouses, Stables, and Coach-house. Garden front and back. Charming Sea ald Country View.â€”Apply as above, or at 50, Kingsley load, Liverpool. T I OME CURE FOR DEAFNESS.- A book t by a noted Aural Surgeon, describing a System of Curing Deafness and Noises in tlu> IL-iid, l>v which a self-cure is effected at home. The Rev. D. H. AAr. Harlock, of the Parsonage, Milton-uudcr-Wychwood, writes Try the System by all means, it is lirst rate, and has been of the utmost service to me Post free 4d. De Vere & Co Publishers, 22, .Warwick Lane, London, E.C. -Jbl 1 LADA', at present iu Rbyl, desires a Re- engagement as GOVERNESS, either holiday or permanent. QuailtiÃ¨atioTls-English, French, Mus ic, Latin, Drawing, and Needlework Capable of taking entire charge of chiJdten and household. Most satisfactory references. F., office of this paper. 4 VfORTH AVALES SAFETY, ball lea rings. equal to new. Price Â£ 7. Applyâ€”Tudot Villa, Vaughan Street, Rhyl. iH)3 t ,OOK (General) WANTED, also HOUSE AIA-11) AVAITRESS. Apply-Dudley Arm;. Hotel, Rhyl. 31 15 PONIES FOR SALE. W. RICHES CO, the noted Rhyl Pno 1:1.. tographers, have a pair of pretty Wetst PONIES for sale. Suitable for children. â€” Giaiu Novelty Studio, Sands, Rhyl. \I^ANTED.â€”GENERAL SERVANT, wher, tt Nurse is kept, must be good cook, not unde 30.â€”No washing. Apply to AAr. L. Rhy .i',iti-ilLit Ofhce. (3477 LJOL SE TO BE LET FURNISHED, at Rhyl li Containing commodious Diawingaud Dining ivHims, live Beds, and every convenience. Hous uewlv done up. Address E. E., Journal Office. (3478 LADY has invaluable Harmless nECE I PT < great use to Ladies.â€”Stamped address^ envelope for particulars to )IA- Uenton. 3 ISO "r0013IIALL SPA, for Gout & Riieuinatisii T Â» INCLUSIVE TERMS. the Manage] EAG-I.K I.OlXjii, J10'i'lil.- I'KXSI< )X". Woo'lhaH Sr>a. Linculr â– â€¢The mo-t-popular i, isr;-i,n \Y.i..alsali."â€” }r<'W< faWHMnEWâ€”HOTEL BELLEVU3 UlllUtVULUi tii'~1,-ela=> XakeorTrann.AUSTRXA Omnibus to all 'rains. Pension Iruiri 7 to 9 per dav. Goodtis}.io^tobeliad._ A. BKACHKK. prop. Q YMONS-&-C-Ã–;'S-DEVONSHIRE CIDER i a liealtliful & delicious beverage.â€”Stores: Totnep, De Ratcliff, London, E.; and Frederick Street, Liverpogk r* PER CENT, INTEREST.â€”The House and iU Land Investment Trust. Thousands of pounds already invested from Rbyl in this splen- | did Trust. â€” Full particulars from T. C. Amos, f Auctioneer, Rhvl. 3360 | TO BE LET, that well built semi-detacbed _L private residence, known as ELWY VILLA, Elwy Street, Rhyl. Three Entertaining rooms, Five Bedrooms, Bath (hot and rold), Kitchen, Si'ullen-, Larder, China Pantry Cellars, Outside Wash-bouse, Stable, &c., and large Garden.- Apply to G. F. Gunner, Irvinedale, Rhyl. (3175 ANTED a strong ERRAND BOY, one r" used wiih Horses preferred.â€”Apply, J. O. Jones, Tea Exchange. (3453 T BEAUMONT & SON, 12 Jackson's^Row U (formerly 88, Cross-street), Manchesterâ€” High class WINDOW BLINDS. Improved Outside S UNBLIN DS, Old Venetians Renovated, at moderate prices. (3437 MIDDLE AGED MAN of good commercial ex- perience desires a situation in Rhyl. either partial, temporaiy, or permanent, as book-keeper, clerk, or collector. Small salary.â€”T. S., Journal Office, (3421 FARM TO LET with entry in November next- f TV KLAS GOCH FARM, 11<J acres, in the parish of Northop, County of Flint. Good farm- house and buildings.â€”Apply to Chas. Mansbridge, Estate Agent, St. Asaph. (3422 QUPERIOR APARTMENTS.-Best part of C? West Parade. References given. Term* strictly moderate. Board if required.â€” 58 West Parade. 0972 I^URNISHED HOUSE TO LET, also Apart- ments, close fo Beach, 3 Entertaining1, 6 Bed Rooms, Kitchen, &c.â€”Address, 20, Acquariam Street, West Parade, Rhy!. o424 OUPERIOR well-furnished APARTMENTS. 0 Home comforts; good cooking and attendance. Cecil House, 3-3, West Parade. 3393 Bf HARD AND RESIDENCE, half a-milefro^ town. Home Conuforts. Modem Conveniences. Mrs. Trevetbau, Plas Llewelyn, Rhyl. (3288 O BE LET FURNISHEDâ€”a moderate-size JL HOUSE, charmingly situated on the Parade comfortably furnished; use of piano, &c terms very reason able. Applyâ€”31, West Parade. 3376. O LET â€” a desirable semi-detached RESI- DENCE, in the best part of Rhyl, containing 3 reception rooms, 6 bedrooms, good garden back and front. Rent 144. Possession from July 1st. AddreFis-4, St. Asaph Street, Rhyl. 3404 r|^0 LET, No. 12, Caradoc Villas, No. 3, JL Claremont View, and 2, Morley Road. â€”Apply to Mr Thos. Ellis, 38, West Parade, Rhyl. 11771 FURNISHED HOUSES.â€”The best lists are J. kept by J. E. Roberts and Co., Estate Agents, Town Hall, Rbyl. (1976 !TO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, GREYSTONE JL VILLA, RHY L. Apply to Mr Jas. Davies, Estate Agent, Gwynfa Villa, Rhyl. 3383 PRESTATYN, NEAR RIIYL, NORTH WALES rpO BE LET F URNISHED, for two months or 1 more a PRETTY VILLA RESIDENCE, close to sea and station, containing two Entertain. ing Rooms, live Bedrooms, also small Coach-house and Stable. Terms moderate.â€”Apply, X. Y., Journal. Oiffce, Rhyl. (3443 TO LET. that well-built, semi-detached Private Residence, known as BOD ARTHUR, Bath Street, Rbyl. Three entertaining rooms, nine bedrooms, dressing rooms, &c., with all modern conveniences. Apply .Mrs Morris, Penycoed, Rhyl, or Mr J. Shaw Green, King Street, War- rington. 2672 TTTANTED in an Accountant's Office a well- TY educated, active, and intelligent Youth. Good writing and quick at figures indispensable. A knowledge of shorthand would be a recommen- Jation.-Appiy Partington and Sons, Accoun- tants, Town Hall, Rhyl. (34.-32 MRS. CHILWELL'S BOARDING ESTAB- LISHMENT AND PRIVATE APART- Ei MENTS, Clifton House, West Parade, Rhyl. Terms on application. _d (2210 MISSES C. & B. WILLIAMS, 26, Wellington Road, Rhyl, Millinery, Hosiery and Baby Linen Establishment.â€”Welsh Yarns, Berlin and Fancy Wool, Socks and StockiDgs of every descrip- tion made on the premises, also plain sewing, 2116 f|T6 BE SOLD, Eligible Freehold BUILDING X SITES, on the Marine Drive, Rl^'l; Victoria Terrace (facing the Sea), and VieWia Avenue, Prestatyn (opposite the Church). For particulars applv to E. \V. Keatinge, 65, High Street, Rhyl. 1004 rro BE LETâ€”No. 1, Vale ,iew Villas, Mill Bank. Also, House and Shop, corner of Greeulield-street, Mill Bank Apply-F. Lipsham, 6, Market-street. 2296 DRESSMAKING.â€”Wanted at one1 a Good General ASSISTAN1'; also Two APPREN- TICES.-A. Robertson, Brighton Terrace. (3445 CN SALE. A QUILLET of LAND 2299 square yards, il or thereabouts, situated at Maesymerehed, opposite Bryntirion House. For fuither par- I ticulars apply to Mrs Jones, 15, Tudor Place,Rhyl. (3414 \\JANTED TO LEND SUMS of Â£ 10 and up- VV wards to householders. State full paiticu- t1 wards to householders. State full paiticu- lars, with stamped addressed envelope for reply, I to 11 R JONES, at his North Wales Office, 2, CRES- ] ctNT ROAD, HBYL. who has done genuine exten- sive business since 1869, or call Mondays or Fridays. 2720 e TO BE LET AT ONCE, I; I A COMFORTABLE FURNISHED HOUSE, j xi. (semi-detatched) 2, St. Asaph Street, j Rhyl contaiuing, on ground floor, two Sitting- } and one Bedroom, Kitchens, &c.; up stairs, Drawing room, 4 Bedrooms, and Dressing- room, also Bathroom, with good supply of hot e and cold water. Situation open, yet sheltered close to F ade, Sea-air back and front Use of books and pianos; also plate and houS.I:"I1: if f requiied. Address-2, St. Asaph Street, Rhyl. FOR SALE.-A two-horse STEAM ENGINE I. with large boiler in good condition. Apply at the Office of this paper. 1 \7URSE Wanted, tc take entire charge of yoong i.' J_Â» bab}r. Not under -0. A|>ply to Mr# D 7 Co- wy Jones, 5 Brighton Terrace, Rhyl. 3474 WASTE PAPER. Clean parcels of waste paper, in 31b. lots, at Id. per lb., canbe had at the Journal" Office.