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Transfer of Licence.
Transfer of Licence. At the Rhyl Police Court on Tuesday, the licence of the Crown Hotel, Ffynnongroew, was temporarily transferred from Mr T. L. Bayliss to Mr Joseph O'Connor, late manager of the Royal Victoria Hotel, Prestatyn.
-4> SUNDAY SERVICES AT FFYNNONGROEW. ALI, SAINTS (Church of England).—10-30 a.m. English), 6 p.m. (Welsh). Rev H. Harris, B.A. MORIAII C.M. CHAPEL (Welsh).—10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Rev O. B. Jonps. BETHANIA. WESLEYAN CHAPEL (Welsh).— 10 a.m., Mr John Williams, Mostyn 6 p.m., Rev E. G. Turner, Ffynnongroew. TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHAPEL (Welsh).— 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., Student from Bangor College. SILOAH CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (Welsh). — 10 a.m., Dr E. Pan Jones, Mostyn; 6 p.m., Mr Hugh Edwards, Rhyl. ST. ANDREW'S CONGREGATIONAL CnuRcR (English) 10 30 a m. and 6 p.m., Rev. R. J. Stevenson. GWTIMML C.M. CHAPBL (Welsh), Rhewl Fawr.— 2 p.m., Rev O. B. Jones. PENIKL WESLKYAN CIIAPKL (Welsh) Pen-y-ffordd. —6 p.m. and 6 p.m., Rev D. Meurig Jones, Llanasa.
To the Editor of the " Prestatyn…
To the Editor of the Prestatyn Weekly." SiR,—As one who takes an interest in the development of the district, I think it is time to call a public meeting in Llanasa for the purpose of sending a petition to the L. and N.W.R. Co., to establish during the present season a motor omnibus service between Holywell and Newmarket, to meet the motor railway, with stopping stations at Whitford, Trelogan, and Llanasa. The population is 5,000.- Yours, etc., Llanasa. T. JONES. M.M!' nm.ns* » fu 'I J 'J \t ir i—
Auction Sale at Prestatyn.
Auction Sale at Prestatyn. At Portland House on Wednesday, Messrs Wallis and Scott successfully conducted a sale of the furniture contained in the above residence. There was a large number of buyers present, good prices being realised. The sale was continued on Thursday, when the stbck of glass and china was sold.
ta,tyn, Frances, the beloved wife of George Thomas, aged 26 years.
Court of Criminal Appeal.
Court of Criminal Appeal. A Bill, which recent events has proved to be necessary, was brought forward in the House of Lords this week, and the Lord Chancellor, in moving the second reading. explained that the purpose of the Bill was to give a person convicted on indictment of a n criminal offence an unrestrained right of appeal on all points to a Court of Criminal Appeal.
Election Petitions. On Thursday, April 26th, tho Great Y%r- mouth Election Petition will be heard at Yarmouth before Mr Justice Grantham and Mr Justice Channell. The other election petitions will be proceeded with as follows Maidstone, May 8th Bodmin Division of Cornwall, May 15th Worcester City. May 22nd and the Attercliffe division of Sheffield, June 18th.
Education Bill. The National Society and many other Diocesan Associations are busy promoting petitions against the Government's Education Policy.
Windfalls for the Revenue.
Windfalls for the Revenue. Six men have died during the financial year which will end to-day, leaving klo,ooo,ooO-over £ 1,000,000 each. It is probable, owing to these large estates, that the death duties have in the current year exceeded the Chancellor of tho Exchequer's expectations by nearly half a million.
Foreign News. France and Germany are now likely to settle their differences with regard 11 Morocco amicably. Satisfactory reports continue to be sent from Algeciras, and it is now considered almost certain that the Conference will finish its labours in a fortnight. The relations between England and Turkey with regard: to the occupation by the latter of Tabah, in the Siuai Peninsula, are some- what strained. No ultimatum has yet been sent by this country, but Sir Edward Grey says It is obvious that this aggression upon Kgyptian Administration cannot be allowed to continue."
To the Editor of the " Prestatyn…
To the Editor of the Prestatyn Weekly." SIR, —Will you let me say a very few words by way of reply to the malignant tirade of Protestant" in last week's Prestatyn Weekly"? We in Gwespyr, fully knowing the circum- stances and particulars connected with the present educational question, consider it an insult to our common sense to try and persuade us, as Protestant" does, that it is a question of Catholicism versus Protestantism. It is however well known that tvery effort is being made to make it so by the leaders of Protestantism. But 1. and others in Gwespyr, know it is not, and never has. been, a question of Catholicism versus Protestantism and we also well know that had it not been for the action of four or five Gwespyr men, aided by outsiders, the education question would have been finally and satisfactorily settled long ago. The aspiration of "Protestant to gain notoriety such as that of Latimer, Cranmer, and Ridley's, is both puerile and laughable. It is not, however, perhaps impossible that he may, some day, attain his object; but, I fear, not until he learns that others beside himself have principles and rights, and until he performs the first duty of every man, that is :-Mind his own business.—Yours &c., G WE SPY RITE.
To the Editor of tilt" Prestatyn…
To the Editor of tilt" Prestatyn Weekly." SIR,-Llanasa Protestant School, which is at his own door, is apparently quite over- looked by your correspondent Protestant." Now, he may as well insist on calling me Mrs Hughes" instead of Lady Mostyn, as eall Miss Wood a Sister of the Poor." She is nothing of the kind, and does not belong to the congregation so called. London and Brighton were quite satisfied with her first- class certificates, and so was the late Llewelyn Jones, but Protestant" presumes to say that the Talacre and Llanasa schools cannot be counted as good elementary schools. I will not mention Mr and Mrs Owen, who are on the Talacre School staff. Although of the same faith as Protestant," he scorns to notice them. Yet, living in Llanasa, he might live his life in peace and leave the parents of the Talacre children their liberty with peace.Yours, &c., ANNA MARlA MOSTYN.
Jil i cm etnts* -+.- QTRAVED from the Common, Top Prestatyn in February, a 1-year-old RAM; mark; Y-spaped piece of right enr clipped.—Owner, R. Ellis, Ty Ucha, Gwaenysgor, JpROPERTY for SALE, by Private Treaty, Houses, Shops, and Land. ■—Apply, Thomas Williams, Bradford H mse, Prestatyn EGGS for HATCHING Hondans, White Leghorns, Buti Orpingtons, H/t, per sitting First crosses, Houditii White Leg- horns, Houdan-Buff Orpingtons, 8/- per bitting.— E. E. Williams, Bryn Hyfryd, Victoria Road, Prestatyn. TO LET, Doubled-fronted HOUSE and Garden, known as "Wylfn," Warren Road, Prestatyn. Rent £ 2ti.—Apply, A. Lewis Jones, Solicitor, Rhyl and Prestatyn. APPRENTICES WANTED for the Milli- nery.—-Apply, Miss Hughes, "The Compton," Prestatyn. I WALLIS AND SCOTT, Auctioneers and Estate Agents, have houses to Let at tho following rents £ '18, .£21, t28, and £ 85; also Modern Villas and Building Land for Sale privately. OSices High St., Prestatyn. Mr. Joseph "Williams, Auctioneer, Valuer, and House Agent, County Chambers, Rhyl, Has Opened Branch Offices at Stafford Chambers, HIGH ST., PRESTATYN Where all business entrusted to him will have his immediate and personal attention. Rhyl Telephone: No. 0179. Prestatyn Telephone: No. 4y4. Pendre House School, PRESTATYN, NORTH WALES, Softool anil Kluflenjarten. Principal MISS ETHEL HICKSON (Teachers' Diploma University of Cambridge). MR. BRYAN E. WARHURST, Professor of Mnslo. Member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians, Prepares Pupils for the Associated Board of the R-)j.rtl Academy of Music, thu Royal Co:lego of Music, tho Trinity College, London, and the Incorporated Society of Musicians Organ, Pianoforte, Singing, Harmony, Theory, Ac. LATEST SUCCESSES: April, 1904, Advanced Senior, Pianoforte, R.A.M. 11 Theory „ July, „ Advanced Sen., Pimio. (Honours), Trin. Coll., London „ "Advanced Senior, Organ, I.S.M. ,i „ „ Pianoforte, I.S.M. Dec. „ Third Grade, () „ Second Grade, „ „ Singing July, 1905, Third Grade, „ „ „ S'iid Grade, Pianoforte (H'rs), i, n » 1. (Pass) r, „ „ First Grade, „ „ >t Mr. Warhurst makes a Speciality of preparing Candidates to the above Examinations, and visits Prestatyn on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Organ Xeoltals, Concerts, Eistaddfodau. For terms, Address—Haydn House, Brighton Road, Rhyl. HENRY DOWELL, Coal Merchant, Office: Station Yard, Prestatyn, Orders promptly attended to. Best House Coal always in Stock. J. R. Williams, BOOT & SHOE MAKER. Repairs neatly and promptly executed. Boots made to order with Dest English Leather. High Street (gKoSL), Prestatyn. I Thomas & Walkley, Architects and Surveyors, PRESTATYN. Preliminary Sketches Free. Reasonable charges.
PEESTATY1T, I Wales. Sale by Anction of Valuable Freehold Semi-detached Villas and Bungalows, also a Plot of Valuable Freehold Building Land, all situate close to the Railway Station, Sea, and Town at Prestatyn MESSRS. Frank Jewell & Co. Are favoured with Instructions to offer for SALE by PUBLIC AUCTION at the Royal Victoria Hotel, Prestatyn On MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 1906 AT 3 O'CLOCK IN THIS AFTEUNOON PUNCTUALLY, and subject to certain Conditions of Sale to be then produced: LOT. 1.—All those Two Valtuible Freehold Semi-Detached Messuages Known as "ANGLEZARKE" and "SEASOALE," Situate in MAKS Y-GKOE8, Prestatyn. LOT 2.-All those Two Valuable Freehold Semi-Detached Messuages Known as "HOSE VILLAS," and situate adjoining Lot 1. The houses comprising the above two lots are well designed and most conveniently situated, and are all well tenanted. LOT 8.—All those Two convenient Freehold Semi-Detached Messuages which are newly erected and now ready for occupation, situate on VICTORIA HOAD, Prestatyn. LOT 4.—All those two well-constructed and attractively designed Freehold Semi-Detached Bungalows situate on the NEW ROAD leading from Sandy LANE to Victoria Rd., Prestatyn, now ready for occupation. LOT 5.—All that Plot of Valuable Freehold Building Land situate adjoining lot 4, and containing 7 it5 square yards or thereabouts, and well adapted for the erection of Bungalow houses. Fuller informtion regarding Lots 1 and 2 may be obtained from MR A. FOULKES-ROBERTS, Soli- citor, Prestatyn cfc Denbigh as to Lots 3. 4. and 5, from MR CLEMENT HUGHES, Solicitor, Prestatyn; or as to any of the Lots, from the Auctioneers,, at their offices, Central Chambers, Prestatyn. Telephone 6y. "Pendytfryn," Meliden Sale by Auction of the whole of the Appointments inside and out at this wall-known Residence. Being favoured with Instructions from J. J. Small, Esq., MESS ItS. FRANK JEWELL & CO. Will offer f,)r Sale on the abo-e premises On WEDNESDAY, APRIL Ilth, ALL THE USEFUL AND VALUABLE Household Furniture Comprising brieQy Extending Dining Table in Oak with extra L-af, Sitite in Walnut in 7 pieces, newly Upholstered in Tapostry, large Overmantel in Walnut, Music Stand with Racks and Shelves, Handsome Brass Kerb Fenders, Occasional Tables, Window Fernery, Fenders and Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Table Lamps, Brass-mounted Parisian Bedsteads, Spring., Hair, and Wool Mattresses-, Mahogany Commode Stand, Bow-fronted Chest of Drawers in Mahogany, Toilet Tables in Solid Maho- gany, Painted Dressing Chests and Toilet Tables, Bootstand in Solid Mahogany, Feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows. Toilet Mirrors, Carpets and Linoleums in excellent condition, OLD (IAK KITCHEN DRESSER. Painted Dresser and Plate Shelves, Kitchen Tables and Chairs, Meat Safe, Wringing Machine, Household Crockery, Culinary Appliances and Domestic Requistes, etc. On View day prior to Sale from 2 to 4 o'clock. The Sale will commence at I o'clock The House is to be Let or Sold. Fuller particulars from the Auctioneers, Central Chambers, Prestatyn. REHOBOTH O.M. CHAPEL. In connection with the above ra A BAZAAR will be held in the TOWN HALL, PRESTATYN, On WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, April 4th, '& 5th 1906. Opened each day at 8 p.m. On Wednesday by JOHN CUNNAH, Esq., Prestatyn. On Thursday by Mrs. J. R. JONES, Derwen, Prestatyn. Admission to Hall, 6d. after 6 p.m., 3d. each day. ALSO, A GRAND SACRED CONCERT. will be held in RBHOBOTH CHAPEL, ON GOOD FRIDAY. Flintshire Education Committee. A PPLICATIONS are invited for the post of SUPPLEMENTARY TEACHER at the Prestatyn Council School salary according to qualiifcations. Also, for the same School, PUPIL TEACHER. Applications, with copies of act more than three testimonials, to be forwarded to the Director of Education, County Offices, Mold.
Parish Meeting. The annual Parish Meeting was held on Friday night, presided over by Mr Richard Lewis, when a retrospect of the work done during the year was given. The Parish Council met previously, but there was no business of any importance to be dealt with.
Children's Choir. A juvenile choir has just commenced rehearsing for the Whit-Monday Eisteddfod at Prestatyn, Mr Williams being the leader.
Scripture Examination. On Thursday last week the annual scripture examination in connection with the C.M. Sunday School was held, when eight local candidates sat. The examiners are Revs. H. Hughes (Festiniog) and D. Hughes (Carnar- von), they being represented at Dyserth by Messrs Thomas Hughes (Gronant House) and W. Williams (Stafford Housed, Prestatyn.
Death. On Sunday morning the death toolc place of Mr George Lewis Ochr-y-ioel. Deceased had been in ill-health for a considerable time, and was one who eame under the influence of the recent Revival. The funeral took place in Dyserth Churchyard on Wednesday, Rev. J. Kelly officiating, assisted by Rev. R. P. Hughes.
DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION.
DISTRICT COUNCIL ELECTION. l'u the Editor of the Prestatyn Weekly SlR,-I beg to call the ratepayers' attention to the election on Saturday, and to urge upon them the necessity of realizing their responsi- bilities. Very important matters will be brought before the Council, especially finance and sanitation, therefore the electors should only vote for gentlemen of undoubted busiuess capabilities. Vote conscientiously and fear- lessly, the ballot being absolutely socret.— Yours truly, Kersland. JOHN MILLER. —
GRANITE INGRATITUDE. Tv the Editor vf/he °, Prestatyn Weekly." An emblem of the above may be seen at the top of High Street. It was once a useful fountain, being erected by Two Sisters in memory of lovingfriends." That which was erect, and stood for temperance and blessing, has ^become a cast- away. Perhaps some of our aspiring candidates, when elected, will at once take action, before the visitors arrive, to remove this monument of neglect, by having it either re-erected or carted away to the lumber room. Yours, etc., SAHARA.
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-+- The Proposed Middle Class Political Party. To the Editor of the "Pt*#.ttalyn Weekly." DKAR Snt.- With reference to this big order," we may take it for granted that its originators will naturally ask for a reasonable length of time for its development, so that, pending a further notice of it in the press, we might suggest that anyone who is known to our parliamentary representatives would be quite justified in writing to them, and inviting them to consider the desirability of introduc- ing a Unit tin j ( clause in the "Educational Amendment Bill," as to the prospective expenditure upon oar elementary schools. If the avowed intention of the present Govornment is carried out as to the vetoing or handicapping of denominational teaching, it necessarily follows the denominationalists will. as a practical restili, compel the County Council to extend their present schools on the unsectarian basis to e^rry oqt the original intention of the Bill. It is here where the risk of over-burdening the ratepayers comes in, by running up these new schools at the reckless figure of £14: to E15 per head of the children accommodated, instead of a reasonable sum of £7 or J28 per head, and the annual cost, consequently, jumped up from Mr Fosters' limit of 8d. in the £ in 1870 to 1/6 in too many of our towns. Two of such letters, as above sug- gested, have already been attempted, and have received courteous replies. And I am persuaded that a simultaneous string of such letters, from all the leading voters in the boroughs and counties, just before the intro- duction of the Bill, about three weeks hence, would have a direct influence upon our members in watching this crucial Bill in its committee stage through parliament, more particulary in its financial aspect.-I am, yours faithfully,
c'— FOOTBALL MATTERS.
c' — FOOTBALL MATTERS. To the Editor of the Prestatyn IT eeldy Sir,—In your issue of the 16th itmt, there appeared a letter from the pen of ICr. J. P. Linnell, I presume, on behalf of the Selec- tion Committee disapproving the opinion I expressed through your meaium on matters pertaining to the club. I would like to point out to Mr Linnell the sole reason I had for expressing such opinion was, that I maintain that the policy adopted by the committee was inconsistent with good judgment, and detrimental to the success of the club from a playing and finan- cial point of view, and not for the sake of argument. The delay in replying has been brought about through my being away from home.— Yours, etc., StippOBiEju.
JUST ARRIVED: A Grand Assortment of New <j))M M _!fMo ))M tHittttm <nt«!<n Huge Stock to Select from Prices from 2td. per dozen upwards. A Book of Patterns sent anywhere on Application. ROBT. OWEN, Ffynnongroew.
Tea Party. Gwespyr Chapol was the scene of great activity last Wednesday, when the first tea party was held. Young and old flocked from far and near to partake of the good things provided in this neat-looking building. The tea-makers, who were kept exceedingly busy, were the following :—Mrs Lloyd Owen, Mrs T. G. Jones Mrs T. Roberts, Mrs Evan Davies, Mrs T. Parry, and Miss Pearson, who were assisted by the deacons and other lady and gentleman friends.
Lecture. In the evening a lecture on The men I knew was delivered by the chaired bard Elfyn of Llan Ffestiniog. The chair was taken by Mr 0. W. Ellis, Berthengam. The lpcture was delivered by the lecturer in his usual able way, and was highly appreciated by the audience.
The Unveiling I
The Unveiling Of the portrait of the late Mr R. Llewelyn Jones, the education meeting at which Dr. Macnamara delivered his great speech, and the At Home givan by Mr Summers, County Council Chairman, were attended by most of the teachers and chairmen of the school com- mittees from the parish. We noticed the fol- lowing Revs. O.B. Jones, E. Pierce Messrs R. J. Temple. Llanasa H. Owen. Talacre Mrs Hough, Gronant Messrs J. B. Thomas, Gwespyr W. Thomas, Gronant; and T. Jones, Ffynnongroew.
Obituary. It is with great regret that we have to chronicle the death of Mrs Thomas, Tanlan, who departed this life aftor a long and pain- ful illness, patiently borne, on Thursday last week. She was one of the oldest persons in the district, and highly respected"byall. The funeral took place on Monday, the Rev H. Harris, officiating at the house. Her mortal remains were laid to rest in Llanasa Cemetery, the Rev W. Loyd Protheroe, assisted by the Rev H. Harris, officiating at the church and by the grave-side. Addresses were given by both the reverend gentlemen. Mrs Thomas leaves a large family of grown-up sons and daughters.