H. FREEMAN, Practical Watchmaker Jeweller, & Optician HIGH STREET; PRESTATYN. Watches, Clocks, Solid Silver, aiii Electro-plated Goods. Watched, Clocks, Jewellery, and Optical Goods ofi&very dfescriptiOB promptly Repaired on the prgmisdS
Orange Curd. 1 lb. sugar, t lb. best butter, 6 eggs, and 2 oranges. „ Beat the sugar and eggs together well, add the juice andgrated rind of the orangos, and lastly the butter. Put the jug contaimug the mixture into a pan of water and keep stirring until suiffciently thickened.
LOCAL TIDE TABLE. MAY a.m. p.m. Height. 5 Srttorday 8 6. 8 80 15 8 6 Sunday 8 52 fl 10 17 7 7 Monday 9 27 9 57 19 1 8 Tuesday 1021 1045. 1911 9 Wednesday. 11 9 1130 202 10 Thursday 1133 1158 2010 11 Friday 1221 1245 19 7
People Say That the Best Shop for Groceries & Provisions is J. M. HUGHES' Wrexham House, Prestatyn. Noted lor Good Quality in Baoon, Hams, and Butter. Special Value in Teas at 1/8, 1/10, and 2/2 per lb. Try a lib. Sample and Taste for yourself. BBAUCH: SHOP GANOL, NEWMARKET. M Artificial Teeth. I-I^.ITL03ST5S, LTD., TEL. ,,4. Dovedale, 1 King's Ayenne, Wellington Road, Rhyl (By English Presbyterian Chareh). ^VISITORS' AND|COUNTRY PATIENTS' REPAIRS DONE IN A FEW SOURS, Artificial Teeth Fitted on Gold, Platinum, or Vulcanite. Teeth Extracted PainLessly with "the latest Aniestheties, Nitrons Oxide, and Oxygen do, Ethyl, Chloride, etc. Bv»noheM i DKNBIOK, EtUTFtxxBar, and 6 The Prestatyn Coal Company, (VRANK JEWELL COLLIERY AGENTS AND BUILDERS' MERCHANTS. Office: RAILWAY STATION. Sole Agents for the Westminster Brymbo Crank, Main and Steam Coal. Also Dennis' Ruabon Red Bricks, Pipes, &0, TELEPHONE No. 9. THOMAS JONES, Builder & Contractor, High Street, Prestatyn. ESTIMATES GIVEN For every description of Work in the Building Trade. .———————————————„ HiGGINS, The R^veiij TOWN HALL BUILDINGS, Luncheon & Tea Rooms. High-class Confectionery. NOTICE of REMOVAL FROM Ivy HousEl TO OLIVE VILLA, Meliden Road. E. D. JONES. BUILDER & CONTRACTOR, and Bardic Chair Maker, »RBS!TATT1|f 0 m GOLF! GOLF!! GOLF! T. H. Jones & Co., GENERAL IRONMONGERS, SHEFFIELD HOUSE, PRESTATYN. We have in Stock a nice selection of Golf requisites, viz., Drivers, Bulgers, Brassey Drivers, Cleeks, Lofters, Putters, &e. tie. at reasonable Prices. Golf Club Repairs at moderate Charges. ALSO CRICKET AND TENNIS REQUISITES IN STOCK. Enquiries Solicited. All Orders promptly attended to. I'. 'J r I If. a/'r II: t 11 The Best Some-Fed Beef, Welsh Mutton and Lamb, etc., MAY BE HAD i\BOM u R., EWART OWEN (Late JOHN OWEN & SONS), Bradford Buildings, Prestatyn, Opposite C.M. Chapel. Joints kept in Refrigerator. Ice always in Stock. u :l ■ i ■ ■ I »i IT T T T iiiiiitnui'I""i'ini MtttMimiumMiinint r ■ i ■
miss HUGHES (Late of Mrs Edwards, Compton House, Rhyl), HIGH-CLASS Millinery Establishment. HIGH STREET. PRESTATYN. A ehoice selection of Spring and Summer Goods.
J3r~-—— —r-r i- One of our Numerous Specialities: THB For Health PATENT Side-Spring tHT SSSmBJ Comfort 0% A IIIbL. AND S Elcgaftce 8peeially 1IaDufacturedfoi Wii (liam and Tiioftardd, PRESTATYN. Telephone No. 2. _—— ■ TO BE GIVEN AWAY! In order to introduce our PERFECT BUTTER i' (Called Margarine by Act of Parliament), We will ( 1 ifo. with each 2 ltos.j E^T-i .P jrr- l»lb. Wliilt ^aCll X lb. ) ;GIV»AWAYl »_>. with each i-lto. > Until further 4k I AT F 6dt lOd. | i E. Jones, Freelands Stores, HIGH STREET & STATION ROAD, PRESTATYH.j '————————————————————- W. W. LLOYD, Plumber, Painter, Paperhanger, Glazier & Gasfitter, HIGH ST., PRESTATYN. I All kinds of Glass kept in Stoek. ( Estimates Free. W. WHEW AY, NEWSAGENT, Glass and China Warehouse, Norbury House, Prestatyn (Opposite Post Office). f. HENRY WRIGHT, Builder & Contractor Estimates given for every branch in the Building Trade. Linden Walk, Prestatyn. i TERMS FOB ADVERTISING IK THE "PRESTATYN WEEKLY." J Parliamentary & Board of Trade Notices, Is. per line. Special Paragraph Advertisements, 6d. per line. Long Term Business Advertisments as per contract. Continuaus Advertisements and special posttiens as per contract. Coneerts, Entertainments, Sales by Auction, and all other Advertisements not specified in the fore- soinc or following classes, 4d. per line eaeh inser- tion. Bufinesaand Entertainment Advertisements displayed 2s 6d. per ineh each insertion. Cheap Prepaid Advertisements. Houses, Shops. Apartments, Farms, Ac., To Let, Wanted, Articles Lost, Found, or lor Private Sale, Servants or Situations. <&c.. Wanted: Once. Three. Not exoeedmg U.word.. 10 2 0 11 „ 36 word.. 1 6 8 0 and 6d. for every additional 12 wo%rdi- for first insert, and threepepce per subsequent insert., Births, Marriages, Deaths—Is for thyee liaeo. As no letters addressed to initials at a Post Office are delivered, Advertisers may have replies addressed to oar office, three stamps being remitted to cover cost by those residing out of Prestatyn, if w. have to forward such replies. Only bona-Me answers in writing admissible. "Address" or "Apply" to capital letter, number or word, means applicants are not to apply person. ally at the office, but by letter. N .B. -This scale only applies to Prepaid advertise- ments and is not applicable to Announcements from Publie Bodies, Educational, Bankruptcy, or Liquid- ation Advertisements, nor to other classes than those above enumerated. r Littler's, Prestatyn. Telephone No. 4. D. M. DUNCAN, GENERAL IRONMONGER, Glasgow House, PRESTATYN. NOTICE OF REMOYAL. T. E. HUGHES, Cash Chemist, Has Remoyed to Larger Premises AT VICTORIA BUILDINGS, HIGH STREET. PRESTATYN.
Cream Tartlets. 1 white and 8 yolks of eggs, 1 oz. butter, 1 ox. sugar, little flour, jam, and whipped cream. Make a paste of the eggs, butter, sugar, and flour, adding a pinch of salt. Roll it out and line some small patty tins with it, put some dry riee or bread-crumbs in to preserve the shape and bake them in a moderate oven. When done remove the rice or crumbs and put a tablespoonful of jam iu each, and over that a tablespoonful of whipped cream.
PhMkArk Jafi, „ ToevflYyllb, rhubarb, allow lib of loaf angar. Peel and cut the rhubarb into strips, and for every pound put one pound of sugar into the preserving pan. Pour in a half teacupful of water to keep the sugar from burning, and when it has all dissolved put in the fruit. Stir gently with a wooden spoon, and remove all scum as it rises. If the rhubarb is young it should bo done in about one hoar. Pour into pots and cover with jam covers.