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Miscellaneous ) IMMEDIATE POSSESSIONâTO LET, BELLE VUE TERRACE, BATH STREET, J9 RHYL Situate in the best part of the uwn. Recently papered. For particulars apply to the Present Tenant, on the premises. I t OUSES TO LET in Albert street. Rents low. XI Apply to DAVID DAV^S, Freelands. WANTED at once, a RESPECTABLE GIRL, from 15 to 16 yeara of age. A willing and tidy girl can have a comfortable situation with a Welsh Wesleyan family in Birmingham.âThe ad- dress may be had at the office of this paper. 9 BRIGHTON TERRACE. To let from May 1st, at reduced rent, this comfortable house, containing two sitting and five bedrooms, bath. room got and cold water," kitchens, 4c.âApply to odfrty Parry, 17, Queen street, Rhyl. TO LET in best position, main thoroughfare, JL town of Rhyl, commanding and commodious, Business Preu.ises, situate 53, HIGH STREET. 1 or all particulars apply to to HBNBY MILLWABD 64, High Street, Rhyl "\17' ANTD D, Sitting room and Bedroom on the VV same floor; facing the Sea; close to the Pier. Terms must be moderate.âApply to H. G.,1 2, Nicholas street, Chester. A BAKEHOUSE to be LET in Windsor street, Rhyl.âApply to JOSEPH LLOYD, St. Asaph HYL.âBUILDING LAN-.) ON SALE on .R West Parade, Aquarium Steet, and North Mid South John Street, in Lots to suit purchasers Apply to Mr R. JONES, Builder,Elwy Street, khv. SUPERIOR Apartments, at 58, West Parade, S Rhyl. Good Cooking, Home Comforts, Re- duced Terms. References given if required. TO LET, WOODuANJJS, Brighton road,Rhyl, in first-rate Repair, with entry 1st May. Three sitting and five bedrooms. Excellent Gar- den.âApply on the Premises. mO BE SOLD, the EQUITY of some good JL House Properiy. Apply by letter, "L," office of this paper. TO. AMOS, Auctioneer, Rhyl, has several ⢠Cottages to Let in West-street, Wellington Terrace, Boston Place, Victoria-road, and Mill Bank. Also good HOUSES, SHOPS, &c., in various parts of the Town. TO LET, House and Shop, No. 11, Water-street Rhyl.âApply to Mr Ajtoa, Auctioneer, Rhyl MILK.âA good supply of RICH MILK from newly calved cows, specially arranged for the winter and spring trade. Au Alderney cow kept.-EDW ARD AMOS Cow-keeper, The Milk House, Bedford Street, Rhyl. TO BE LET. â A FURNISHED HOUSE and a FURNISHED COTTAGE, situate in CHURCH STREET. Plate and Linen found if required.âFor particulars, apply at 16, CHURCH STREET. WANTED by May next, a HOUSE situate in the centre of the town, with front room on ground floor suitable for an Office. Rent must be moderate.âAddress ACME," Advertiser Office, Rhyl. TO BE LF T, from May 1st next, the eommod- ioua a(i I pleasantly situa id HOUSE, 14, Llwy Su-eet. -Apply to J. T. JONES, Aled House. TO be SOLD, by Private Treaty, that derireable SHOP and DUELLING HOUSE, being No. 25, Bodfor Street, Rhyl. â Apply to J. W. JBBOWN, Auctioneer, &c., Rhyl. ll/rELL-FURNISHED APARTM t;NTS to be V V LET in tne best part of the own.âAp ply at Woodville House, 22, Water-sti )t, Rhyl. TO LET, THE commodious and conveniently arranged Public Room or Hall, known as OXFORD HALL, in bank Buildings, near the corner of Hijrh-wtrjet abd Sussex-street, with a rpomy en- trance in the latter street. The Hal is on the first floor (under the Freemason's H-ll) ard is adapted for concerts, dramatic performances, public meet iujfs, assemblies, &a. Keys at the London and Provincial Bank. For terms (very low) apply to Mr TALL EN T- BATKHAU, Solicitor, 24, Brown Street. Manchester. JAMES JQ A VIES, HOUSE AND ESTATE AGENT, RHYL. Registrar of- Marriagas. Fire and Life Insurance Agent. Instructions for AUCTION SALES promptly attended to. VALUATIONS for PROBATE MADE. Mortgages Piocured. TO BE SOLD, TEN HOUSES in Princes' Street, in one I or two Lots; a good sum can remain as Mortgage (if required.) Also, BUILDING LAND. By Order of the Trustees. Apply to Mr James Da vies. House, Shop, Coach-house, and Stable, 7, Bodfor street, Rhyl, and other Freehold Pro- perties in Town. TO LET, Rent. Houses in Gwynfa Terrace £15 10 0 Houses in Prince's Street o £18 10 0 In other Parts of the town, renting at t14, :£19 10s.; t20 925 t27 t30 L35. &c. Apply to MR. JAMES DAV1ES, Oflice-GWYNFA. VILLA. 13th Annual Sale. The Great Sale OF BOOTS & SHOR AT 8a, Sussex Street, Rhyl, COMMENCES THIS DAY For ^Particulars see Circulars. ILFTEB, WAITING. THIS DAY AND THE DAYS FOLLOWING Sale of DfUPEiiV STOCK T MIL L W A.R"D s. Bargains all round TO-DAY :¡- .=- RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES3 ANNUAL SALE WILL TAKE PLACE During the Month of MARCH. Great Furniture Sale, Great Carpet Sale, Great Sale of Floorcloths, Great Bedstead & Bedding Sale, Great Sale of Lace Curtains, (See Special Li8t). Great Sale of Household Drapery. Great Clearance Sale During the Month of HABCH. CARPETS Made and Laid FREE OF CHARGE. FLOORCLOTHS Laid FREE OF CHARGE. All Goods Purchased will be Packed and L elivered Free, RHYDWEN JONES and DAVIES, Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers, Carpet, Bedstead, and Wall Paper Factors, Bedding Manufacturers, and Householdd Drapers, RHYL SMALLEY MEMOtUAL FUND. T a meeting of the friends of the late WK. ED. SMALLKY. Manager of the N. & S. W. Bank, Rhyl, held on Friday Jan 20th, 1888, Mr T. ELLIS, Chairman of the Rhyl Improvement Commissioners, pre8iciing-It was resolved, "That the many various and important services rendered by Mr Smaliey in whatever way seemed for the benefit and welfare of bis tallow-townsmen of Rhyl and of the poor in particular, extending over a period of 25 years, deserve to be acknowledged by some fitting tribute to his memory." That in pursuance of the above resolution, a I und be at once opened, to be called THE SXaL- LEY MEMORIAL FUND,' in aid of the Education of Mr Smaliey's Children and that circulars inviting contributions be sent to all his fnends." List of Subscriptions. â £ s. d Rev. T. Richardson, M.A., Vicar of Rbyl 5 0 0 Rev. J. O. Evans, M.A., Vicar of Towyn 5 0 0 MrT. Winston, Bodanerch 6 0 0 A Friend," per Mr T. Winsion 5 0 0 Mr Peter Browne,Plastirion 5 0 0 Mr W. J. Kent 5 0 0 Mr Thomas Casson, Denbigh 6 5 o Mr S. Perks, J.P. 2 2 0 Mr W. Wynne, J.P. 2 2 0 Dr Eyton Lloyd 2 2 0 Rev. Canon Browne, Bodfari 2 2 0 Mr Thomas Ellis 1 1 0 Mr Walter Wynne, Abergele 1 1 0 Mr Edward Roberts, solicitor 1 1 0 Mr M. D. Roberts, do. 1 1 o Mr E. W. Keatinge, dentist. 1 1 0 Mr John Asher, head postmaster 1 1 0 Rev. D. Burford Hooke 1 I o Mr J. H. Ellis, wine and spirit merchant 1 1 0 Mr H. A. Steer, wiue and spirit merchant 110 Mr Henry Parry, Brighton road I 1 0 Mr H. J. B, Lawrence, Royal hotel 0 10 6 Mr T. M. Dayiem, chemist. 0 10 6 Rev. T. Prichard, Rector of Llanehdan 0 10 0 Mr T. Ll. Murray Browne, J.P. 10 0 0 Mr Caleb Lewis, London 5 Q 0 E Rati, Liverpool. 2 10 0 Mr H. B. Parr, do 2 10 0 Capt. Wynne Jones, Olinda 2 2 0 Mr W. Hughes, Carnarvon 2 2 0 Rev. Canon Morton 2 2 Officers of Ruthin Branch of N. AS. 0 Wales Bank 2 2 0 Miss Edwards, Bodfor Street 2 2 0 Mr F. J. Chambers, L. & P. Bank, Rhyl 1 1 0 Mr Oliver lieorge, solicitor 1 1 n Mr M. S. Plunkett, Penydon. ] 1 0 Mr John Foulkes, Albert Villa1 1 0 Mr Robert Jones, Voryd 1 1 0 Mr Wm. Williams, Summerfield. 1 1 « Mr R. S. Matthews 1 1 0 Rev. W. LI. Nicholas, Flint Rectory 1 1 0 Capt. Kelso, Bryntirion j j Mr Jas. T. Strachan, Manager N. &' S.' 0 W. Bank, Rhyl o 1 1 0 Mr S. Roose, Englefield Cottage ]] 1 1 0 MISS RUIGOE, 110 Mrs De Kance, 1 1 0 Mr li. T. Evans, N. & a. W- Bank. 0 10 6 Mr G. Edmunds, do., Llanfair-oaereinion 0 10 6 Mr Daniel Evans, draper, Rhyl 0 10 6 Mr A. Harris, jeweller, do. 0 10 6 Mr W. V. Edwards, Carnarvon 0 10 6 Mr Isaac Oldfield, Sycamore Lodge. 0 10 0 Major Penn, Gorphwysla j 1 0 Mr T. E. Perkins, Water street 0 10 6 Mr John Talbot, High street 1 1 0 Mr S. L. Revis, N. & S, W, Bank, Holy well 110 Alis Moms, Peuycoed -1 1 0 Mr Owen ia arrison 0 10 0 ALL- Stephen Lloyd, Kinlnel street 0 10 6 4rs Morgau, London 2 2 0 Rev. Dr BuLterion, J.P. 1 1 0 Mrs 1" wis ton, Moilan 2 2 0 Mrs Morgan, Mordon 2 2 0 Mrs Price Roberts 1 1 0 Mr S. L. Tiluasley 1 j q Messes b. iiughes and 00. 0 10 U Mr Alfred Sheffield 1 1 0 Mr R. D. Roberts 0 6 0 Alibs U. J. insdeil 1 1 0 Mi Joo. Roberts, 16, Queen street 1 1 0 Mf J. B. Linneil, Peud_) tfryn 1 1 0 Miss Taylor, "iudor Place 1 1 0 Mr Pryce Davies, 1, Queen street 0 10 0 Mrs Churion, Moraneud 5 0 0 Mr T. Hughes, N. & s. W. Bank, L'pool 1 1 0 Mr A. It. iorter, do 1 1 0 Mr John Edwards, do 1 1 0 Mr George Kae, do 5 0 0 Mr R. M. Jones, do. 3 0 0 Mr E. Rees, do i. 2 0 0 Mr T. Rowland Hughes, do 2 0 0 Mr William Humphreys, do â¢â¢â¢ 2 0 0 Mr i. W. Davits, A & 6. W. Bk, W'pool 1 1 0. Mr W. Rees Koberts, do Llanfyliin 0 10 6 Wubscriptions may be paid to either of the joine hon. Tieasurers at tue Mi & 8. W. Bank, or at tht L. & P. Bank, Rhyl; or to the hou. seo; Mr ABXHU& ROWLANDS. GAU&ANTBBD Plaim FLoUB. Cbe Alun Millt Mold). Brands of the Roller Fiour, made on the luugarian system of Milling. Tnree Stars, Two Stars,' and "One Star." Ask your Grocer Boker for the aboto feraodg.âAjqtx. JONES & S()N Are now giving SPLENDID VALUE IN FLOUR Double XX 91bs for one shilling. Superfine lOlbs for one shilling. Super 11 lbs for one shilling. Fines 121bs for one shilling. The 9lbs Flour is EXCELLENT VALUE. The 10lbs Flour is Unprecedented Value, being SPLENDID HOUSEHOLD FLOUR FOR FAMILY USE. There is not another firm in North Wales that oan give you BETTER Value, and very few (if any) can give you equal value. We purchased 3,000 sacks before the advance in prices, and we give our customers the benefit by selling the same iust as if there had been no advance in the maracets. OUR DELICIOUS HOUSEHOLD BREAD At Id. pbr lb., or 12 lbs. for is., Cannot be equalled or surpassed for the money. It will be worth yonr while to give us a call when you will receive BEST QUALITY OF GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. JONES & SON, FLOUR MERCHANTS, ABBEY STREET, RHYL,, AND â UIVERPOOL HOUSE, ST. ASAPH. RHYL RELIEF FUND. THE Committee appeal for assistance to enable -M- them to relieve the p »or during the ensuing season. They commence operations with a balance of us. 6d. owing to the Treasurer from last winter. The Treasurer thankfully acknowledges the follow- ing subscriptions in aid of the fund:- Already Advertised .^26 1 °0 Mr Thomas Jones, butcher 0 5 0 Mr James Davies, Gwynfa Villa" (2nd donation) ) 0 10 0 Misses tcherley, Bryn Est) n 1 0 0 Mr M. D Koberts, solicitor 0 10 0 JAMES Y. STRACHAN (Manager), N. & S. Wale. £ auk. H°D' T'e"u"r- J. QRir:PITHs^ Tailor, Hosier, and Outfitter, 9, SLSStX bTEEtT, RHYL. Choice and varied Selections in latest SCOICH AND WKLSH TWEEDS. WEST OF ENGLAND & YORKSHIRE CL OTHS For OVERCOATINGS & SfRiNU^ WITINGS Fit, tyle, and Workmanship guaranteed. Best Makes in SILK AND FELT HITS HOSIERY in all its.Deparbmnts. JENSEN'S COD Livim UIL is acknowledged as the best because it Ã8 the only Oil made from absolutely frtan Livers. It prevents all Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis; lt makes the Digestive Organs act. 1 tie only remedy of any value at consumption, Guaranteed never to produce any unpleasant alter- taste, while ail its nourishing virtuets are retained Of all Chemists, 4c., and at Rhyl of 0. Roebuck, Chemist, 52} tiigh Street, in bottles, eaoh Wrapper bearmg the Trade Mark, an «Iceberg," at l«t2s., i&d v8» vdi -1. NULISH PRESBYTEiilANT CHAPEL, J WELLINQTON ROAD, ltHYL. REV. J. VERRIER JONES, (factor). W ILL PREACH ON SUNDAY. Services, Motmuir at 10-30. Evening 6-30 Collection t- after each service. ENGLISH 1 tiSbEYAN CHAPEL, BRIGH ON ROAD, RHYL. ON SUNDAFNEXT, BEV. THtJMA RIPPON I WILL PEEAOH. I Sittingp Free. Collections at each Service. ) Week evening service, Wednesday at 7-30 p .m. Prayer Meeting on Friday vit 7-30 p.m. OrganistâG. E. Fielding, Esq., Fernleigh. ENGUSH WE^LKYAN CHAPEL. pUBLIC < ECTURE, I ON WEDNESDAY NEXT, BY T. SHEPHERD LITTLE, ESQ., B.A., Barrister-at-L iw, of Liverpool. SUBJECTâ THE FAMILY 1^ EARLY ROME." The Chair will be taken at 8 o'clock by JAMES Y. STRACHAN, ESQ. Admission Free. Offertory. ENGLISH BA"'T L'I' n HAP EL SUSSEX STREET, RHYL. ON SUNDAY NEXT, REV. W. EYAiNS-POOTE (Pastor), WILL PREACH. Services, Morning at 11 Evening at 6-30. All Sittings Free. Collections after each Service. (-I BRIS T C H IS R P, li, It HYL WATER STREET. ON SUNDAY NEXT REV. D. B. HOOKE, (Pastor.) Will PreachâMorning at 11 and MR Ul Si SMiTii at 3 and 6 30 o'clock. All sittings free. Collection at each Service. Week Evening ServiceâWednesday at 7. RHYL JJLEASANT pVENINGS. The Eleventh will be held on MONDiY, MARCH 12th, 1888, In CHRIaT CHURCH LECTURE HALL, Chair to be taken at 8 p.m. by JAMES Y. SrHACHAN, ESQ. Admission: Front Seats, 4d; Back Seats 2d. Education. NORTH WEST WESLEYAN METHODIST SCHOOL ASSOCIATION. EPWORTH COLLEGE, RHYL. GEO. O. WALKER, ESQ., B.A., HKADMASTER. PENRHOS COLLEGE, COLWYN BAY, MISS POPE, LADY PRINCIPAL. VISITORS desirous of seeing the School Premises, are respectfully requested to call and do 1Ã¥O. Prospectuses on application to the Principal, or the Secretary, REV. F PAYNE, Colwyn Bay. dT. ASAPH iihAMM.AR SCHOOL LARGE AND COMMODIOUS BUILDINGS Ereuted in 1881, Sllrrounded by Six Acres of Playing Fields, and situated in on" if the healthiest Districts in North Wales. Pupils prepared for Trofessional and University Examinations. Thirty-three successes in the last two years in. udiug a scholarship of L50 for three years and exhibitions of JE20 and L15 Terms, &c., on spplicition to W. Easterby, LL.D., B.A., Head Master. The Very Reverend The Dean of St Asaph, Chairman of the governing body. BKVN A. VdN, ST, ASAPH LATE Of LLANF AIRFECH AN. A thorough preparation for Busineu and the learn d Profession*. DURING the past twelve months the Pupili- have been successful at the Examinations ol the Royal College of Surgeons, the Incorporates Law Society, Durham University, the Home Civil aervice, the Pharmaceutical Society, and tht- Scienct Examinations of South Kensington. No Pupil ha failed in any Examination. Testimonials from th. Archbit-bop of York, Lords Fitzwilliam, Zetland, Ho"ght<>n, Feversham Wenlock, &c. Mr Robinson has had thirty fonr years' experience in oe iohing a ome of the best schools in England. YJ^IDDLE-CLASS J^DUCATION F. WELSH, B.A. Course of Instruction i ENGLISH SUBJECTS, CLASSICS, MATHE- MATICS & FRENCH. PRIVATE TUITION. Full Particulars on Application. Addressâ27. WATER STREET RHYL L A D I E 8 c OLLE4E, ARCVILLE, EAST PARADE, RHYL. (House detached. Recreation Ground with Winter. Tennis Court.) Principal-MISS MERCIER. (Removed from Russell Hoad). Masters: liesident English & Foreign Governesses. Pupils very successful in Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, also in Royal Academy of Music and College of Preceptors Senior and Junior Legal Notices. THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 188J. IN THE COUNTY COURT OF CARNARVON- SHIRE, HOLDEN AT BANGOtt. In Bankruptcy. No. 5 of 1888. Ric KENNETH MoEWEN, Sussex Street, Rbyl Flintshire, CI >ttiier. I FREDERICK LIPS HAM, of Pepper street, Chester, Accountant, hereby give notice that I have been duly appointed and certified by the Boaru of Trade as Trustee of the Estate of the above named Bankrupt. All persons having in their possession any of the effects of the Bankrupt must deliver them to me and all debta due to the Bankrupt must be paid to me. Creditors who have not yet proved their debts must forward their proofs of debts to me. (Signature of Trustee) F. LIPSHAM. 23rd February, 1888. rilliaoMAS WILLIAMS., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL J* U TO H Ji E, -8, IWATEJJ STREET Big 7 L. A constant supply of Meat always on haad iaelitog Beef»Mutton Lamb, YwJ, Park, Sales by Auction. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7TH, 1888. No 6 \OliTtf TWRR \0E, NEWTOWN (out of VaLe Ruall), RHYL. Mb T. C. AMOS has been favoured with in- structions from Mr J. Mokland (who is leavinir Rbyl) to SULL BY AUCrr N, ,In vVED- NESD lY, MARCH 7th, 18 8, the r-mailing portion of the excellent HOUSEHOLD FURNL- TURE. CotnpBisiug miho^itny framed chairs in cretone, gentleman's mahog.iuy easy chair in hair, superior mahogany frined sofa iu hair, reclining chairs, oak table, mahogan" round t;tble. inlaid waJnut what-not cupboard, pier glass in gilt frame, oleographs, carpets, fender and fire irons, &c., iron French bedsteads, palliasses, feather beds, bolsters and pillows, wool bed, washstands, dressing tables, cbest-of-drawers, toilet glasses, towel rails night commode, mats, oilcloth, stair rods, &c., clothes maidens, meat hastner and jack, American cooking stove, plate rack, frying F-IL, water caus, buckets, knife cleaning machine, sundry boxes with nails screws, &c., alson quautitv of TIMBER, JOIN Eli'S SHED and BENCtl. F.t-herman'j CASTING NET, and numerous other arlii les. Sale to commence at 2 p.m. Cash at fall of ham mer. Office: Sussex Street. Rhyl. CORN EXCHANGE, MAKKfiT HALL, RfilL WR T. C. AMOS has received instructions from >t Fir/n t> SELL BY AUCTION on THURSDAY NRXT, MARCH 8TH, 1888, aChoicp and Varied St jck of THIS SEASON'S WALL PAPERS. Sale at 2 p.m. aud 7 p m Cash at fall of the hammer. PRELIMIN AR Y NO rICE. \T an early date the VALUABLE FURNIT- URE and other effects at No. 23, EAST PARADE, will be offered for SALE BY AUCTION Re W. G. H. CRISP. BANKRUPTCY STOCK, 66A,HIGH STREET, RHYL. Bought from the Official Receiver. A GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Will commence ON THURSDAY, MARCH 8TH, 1888, Of a very Superior and almost New Stock of FANCY DRAPERY, MANTLES, MILLINERY, TRIMMINGS, BLACK CASHMERES, FRENCH MERINOS, &c. Great Reductions in every De- partment. )6A, HIGH STREET, RHYL H. A. STEER, \V INE AND SPIRIT YJ ERcHANT 73, HIGH STREET, R YL. ] BASS AND WORTHINGTON' ALES, GUINESS' DUBLIN, RAGGETT'S LONDON INVALID NOURISHING STOUT, IN CASK AND BOTTLE. MINERAL WATER DEPOT. Full Price List on application. RHYL fi iCORL) & ADVERTISER. May be had from the Publishers, AMOS BROTHKBS By Pott. Delivered in Town s. D. 8. D. 3ne quarter 1 8 One quarter 1 ] lalf-yearly 3 4 Half-yearly 2 2 lalf-yearly 3 4 Half-yearly 2 2 Yearly 6 8 Yearly 4 4 0. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondentt>arerequested to ive theirnameand iddress when ending communications. orders, Advertisements, &c., to be addressed to the Publishers; and all cheques, P. O. Orders. &c .to be II" ade payable to the Proprietors, AMOS BBOTHSSS Advertiser Office. Rhvl I

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