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Silastic "Notices. ELWY HALL LADIES SCHOOL, RHYL. RESIDENT ENGLISH & FOREIGN GOVERNESSES AND VISITING MASTERS. This School is specially recommended by the Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of the Diocese, and the Very Rev The Dean. For prospectus apply to the Lady Principal. A RUVILLE T ADIES' COLLEGE, EAST PARADE, RHYL Principal—M I S S MKBCIEB Students are prepared for any of the following:— Oxford and Cambridge Local Examinations, Bangor University College (Scholarships), College of Preceptors South Kensington, and the Royal College of Music. Recreation Ground with Tennis Court. Term-Tuesday, January 19th. (0052 ORIEL B QUSE SCHOOL PREPARATORY DAY AND BOARDING SOHOOL FOR BOYS FROM SIX TO TWELVE YEA.RS OF AGE. KINDERGARTEN CLASS. For Prospectus apply to Lady Prinoipal. Summer Term, May 5. R ONHILDA-L ADIES' SCHOOL. Principal: MRS BENSON. PREPARATION FOR THE LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. A Kindergarten class every morning under tha care of certificated teacher. Term commences April 29th. ST- A SA PH GRAMMAR gCHOOL, Large and commodious buildings, erected in 1881, surrounded by six acres of playing fields, and situated in one of the healthiest districts in North Wales, Pupils prepared for Professional and University Examinations. Thirty-three Successes in the last two years, including a Scholarship of JESO for 3 years, and' Exhibitions of £ 20 and JE15. Terms, &c., on application to W. EASTEBBY, LL.D, B.A. Bead Master* THE VERY REV. THE DEAN OF ST. ASAPH, Chairman of the Governing Body. i School re-opens Thursday, May 5th, 1892. j^Y WELL OUSE, RHYL, N. WALES. MR. B. HAYWARD BROWNE, M.A., Trinity College, Oxford, Prepares Boys for the various Public Schools. Prospectus and list of refeiences on applications N.B.—Boarders only taken. (4MQ, MES T. J. HASELDEN- TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE AN. D HARMONIUM. TERMS MODERATE* Balls and Quadrille Parties attended. Banda provided. MAESINCLE VILLA, VALE ITOAD, RHYL.. 2229- -A m IDDLE-CLAss EDUCATION. P. WELSH, B.A. Course of Instruction ENGLISH SUBJECTS, CLASSICS, MATHEMA- TICS, FRENCH, BOOK-KEEPING, AND SHORT-HAND. PRIVATE TUITION. Fall Particulars on Application, Address 27, WATER STREET, RHYL. (0066 Next Term on Wednesday, April 27th. M no JgRYAN TTTARHURST, ORGANIST OF THE GRAND PAVILION, IS OPEN to accept PUPILS privately for the Organ, Pianoforte, and Theory. TERMS ON APPLICATION. 4193 THE 6 f MODERN SCHOOL FOR BOYS. MR. D. J. DAVIES, First-Class Trained Teacher (Cheltenham and Dublin University) is open to receive SCHOLARS AT THE ABOVE SCHOOL. A limited number of private pupils can be taken in Singing and Pianoforte. Particulars, Ac.— 82, WATER STREET, RHYL. (4439 MISS AUGUSTA JONES, KIRKSTALL, RUSSELL ROAD. Lessons given in Music (Pianoforte), and Painticg. Senior Certs, from Associated Board of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music, and also Senior Certs. from Trinity College. Terms on application. (4595 ALFRED W. n UGHES, Organist of St. Mary's, Towyn, and for nine years Music Master at Epworth College, Rhyl. TEACHER OF THE ORGAN, PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. Classes conducted for the study of Theory and Sight-singing. Pupils prepared for Public Examination in Music, and for Competition at Eisteddfodau. For terms, references, and testimonials, please apply— 17, ELWY STREET, RHYL- M"' J. A MVLL1^ (Formerly Head-Master of the Coalbrookdale, Walsall, and Malvern Schools of Art) Gives lessons in Drawing, Shading, Painting, and Sketching from Nature. A Day Clatis for ladies and gentlemen. 4, CONWY STREET, RHYL (East). Sunbay etbittøf ke. JgNGLISH "TESLEYAN CHAPEL, BRIGHTON BOAD, RHYLt To-morrow (Sunday) REV. J. JUDGE. Will preach. Morning at 11. Evening at 6.30. Free Seats. Collection at each Service. VFoek Evening Service-Wednesday at 7-8 Orpmn-G. B. FUUUNO, ESQ. V. .j, • sBmiS IK M v I; ND EDBY FOR NERVOUSNESS p IAN 2 111 INDI(;ESTION' GENERAL DEBILITY -M ISTS AND WEAKN QUININE,,PITT R EMALE COMPLAINTTI- VEGETABLE TONI 'REIA Thea* 13ittm iiiiiit fteettin, promote and facilitate dnalat4 on, strtBfUMO the BLOOD DISORDERS nerves and nmielM, purify ike blood, and brace up the sysUm generally. Aa a purely E ACE Vegetable Tonic they haw wm equal. |Ojj}}&M ■ I VAi ■ ■ 3N1111 fSi Being gifted with highly toalo Mi digea- tive properties they are peeuliaily adapted to persons lufferiiiv from dofNNfon of spwts, nervous relasatioa, mvscUlar weakness, flatulency, disturbed sleep, headache, andiall affections of the Liver. 2 9 wmA teb)t-apoonfnl in on agaal 44" cold valar. thrm timu daily, ona fcMf MMi m«al» KB qhlMwa. fcatf Mw *boye quantity. > 2/9 QOlUlV PREI| rw> oslx uVaCTIJ Nl} LLANELXT'. &>U?H ALES, J 7 .< 1t\\X\ \<¿S






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