OUR Sixteenth Annual XMAS SHOW AND Fancy Fair IS NOW ON. Xmas Cards, New Year Cards, Booklets, and Calendars. The Choicest Selection ever shown in Rhyl, and at prices to suit everybody. Roward Books, Reward Books, Reward Books. An Immense Stock all at Discount Prices. Books suitable for Presents, from 3d. each Xmas Presents Xmas Presents Xmas Presents An Endless Variety of the Newest Up-to-date Goods. Indoor Games, Puzzles, &c. Splendid Assortment. Bibles, Prayer Books, Hymn Books. Special Lines and Value, to be had only from us. GIVE US A CALL, AND GET YOUR Cards, Books, and Presents AT STORE PRICES. Note Addresses— SANDOE9Ss Caxton House, Bodfor Street, I AND 56a, High Street, RHYL. ftp Auction. By MR W. HALL. RHYL, NORTH WALES. Freehold Building Land. MESSRS WM. HALL & CO. will Sell by Auc- tion in the second week of January next, 33 Plots of Freehold Land Situate in CRESCENT ROAD, right in the heart of Rhyl, containing upwards of 6,388 yards. New Streets are in course of completion, and drains are being laid as required by the District Council. For Plan and other Particulars apply to JOHN HOWARD BAKER, Esq, Solicitor, Birmingham or to Wm. Hall & Co., Auctioneers, Town Hal Rhyl. (493, fjotices. WANTED. THE Churchwardens of Rhyl are prepared to appoint a Person as Verger, Sexton, Care- taker, &c. Emoluments amount to about £2 5s. per week. Duties to commence with the New Year. Applications to be sent in to Mr Lewis Jones, Journal Office, from whom a schedule of duties may be obtained, before December 4th. [481 RHYL & DISTRICT INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. NOTICE OF ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNOR. PURSUANT to the Flintshire Intermediate and Technical Education Scheme, I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that a representative Governor is to be elected by an electing body consisting of the Guardians of the Poor for the Poor Law Union of St Asaph, elected by the Parishes of Dyserth, Meliden and Rhuddlan (rural), and of the Guardians of the Poor for the Poor Law Union of Holywell, elected by the Parishes of Gwaenysgor, Llanasa, and Newmarket. The Governor nominated must be a woman. Anyone may be nominated as a Candidate by any person entitled to vote sending the name of the Candidate in writing to me, the undersigned, not later than Thursday, 7th day of December, in, 1899, but a Candidate shall not be deemed to have been duly nominated unless her written consent to serve on the Governing Body if elected, shall have been sent to me before the day so fixed. J. ROBERTS JONES, Solicitor, Clerk to the Local Governors. 4 Brighton Road, Rhyl, 30th November, 1899. (512 WAR RELIEF FUND. Zingara Troupe Entertainment In aid of the above, TOWN HALL, TUESDAY, DEC. 5. Detachment of the C Company of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers will be in attendance in full dress uniform, by special permission of Capt Keatinge. Herr de Mersy's Band. Latest Patriotic and War Songs. Coon Songs and Dances. Tableaux-Political, Patriotic, and Theatrical- with limelight, (See bills). The Absent-Minded Beggar" by Rudyard Kipling (by permission of the Diily Mail") r: will be recited by Mrs Samuels and sung by Mr R. M. Evans. Reserved seats, 2s (numbered, 2s 6d); Second seats and balcony, Is; limited, 6d. Doors open at 7 30 Commence at 8 prompt. Tickets and plan of Town Hall at Roberts, Handel House, High Street. 515 Pier Pavilion, Rhyl. For Six Nights Only, commencing MONDAY, DECEMBER ith. Prof. Norton B. Smith, Emperor of all Horse Educators. ATTENTION !—OWNERS OF HORSES bring or send your kickers, jibbers, shyers, runaways, horses afraid of steam and other strange objects, young unbroken colts, and man- eating stallions—and I will,handle and subdue them free of charge. Prices—6d (limited), Is., and 2s. Children half- price to Is and 2s only. Parties wishing to book horses apply at the Pavilion to NAT BEHREN, Co-Partner and Manager. 506)
BILLIARDS. Flintshire Constitutional Clubs League. POSITION OF CLUBS. Played Won Lost Points Flint 3 2 1 4 Mold 2 2 0 4 St Asaph. 2 1 1 2 Prestatyn 3 1 2 2 Connab'p Quay 4 1 3 2 Holywell. 0 0 0 0 Rhuddlan 0 0 0 0 PRESTATYN V. ST ASAPli.-Played at Prestatyn on Thursday- Prestatyn. St Asaph. F Roddick 72 J M Edwards .100 J 0 Clarke .100 W G Kelly 76 T Pritchard 32 T F Roberts .100 H Stansfield 81 G O Williams .100 G Roberts 92 T R Jones .100 W Clarke .100 j R Williams 72 477 548 St Asaph won by 71. Highest break, H Stanfield, 28. L IOLT) V. CON-NAII'S QUAY. -Played at Mold on Thursday- Connah's Quay. Mold. J Edwards 28 C Mather .100 A Patten.100 A Evans 95 E T Edwards .100 A W Lewis 97 D Ferguson 71 J M Lowsby .100 H Carter. 71 Dr Lunt 10 J Williams 39 E Lewis .100 409 592 Mold won by 183. Highest break, E Lewis, 32.
On Friday afternoon the Mayor of Wrexham, Councillor Thomas Jones, attended the Wrexham Parish Church in state. The new Mayor is a Liberal and Nonconformist, and when elected said he must break through the old custom of atten- ding church on a Sunday, but would go instead on a weekday. His Worship was accompanied by a large number of public men, and the sermon was preached by the vicar, the Rev Canon Fletcher. The collection, which was in aid of the fands of the Wrexham Infirmary, amounted to 1-82 19s. Mr Edward Roberts having declined to accept the mayoralty of Rnthin/to which he was recently elected, Dr. J Medwyn Hughes was on Saturday unanimously elected to the office. A number of important discoveries have been made at Valle Crucis Abbey. Llangollen, where Z, excavations have been proceeding for some time, under the direction of the Rev Trevor Owen. Whilst excavating along the south cloister, near the refectory, a Roman bath was disclosed, with the remains of bypocaut and Roman pottery. An ancient Celtic cross was also discovered, and a tombstone of the twelfth century. Captain Griffiths, of the Church Army, now stationed at Bryn y Maen, Colwyn Bay, is leaving for Carnarvon, where he will commence his duties on J"anuary 1.
alf5 bE auction. I^MR FRED WALLIS. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. DYSERTH. MR FRED WALLIS has been favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr Robert Roberts (deceased) to Sell by Public Auction the whole of the Live and Dead Farming Stock, Household Furniture and Effects, Stock in Trade of Grocer, Draper, and General Dealer, commencing on Thursday, December 14th. 1899, instead of the 7th instant as previously advertised. (495 Important Sale of Very Valuable Household > Appointments, Cenuiue Old Oak, Oilpaintings, China,letc., etc. RHIANVA, RUSSELL ROAD, RHYL. MR FREI) WALLIS has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Public Auction on the above premises on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, December 6th, 7th, and 8th, the whole of the very valuable HOUSEHOLD APPOINTMENTS, comprising the contents of Entrance Hall, Stair Case and Landings, 3 Reception Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, and Dressing Rooms, Nursery, Kitchens and Out offices, and comprising- Entrance Hall, etc. Old Oak Cupboard (1722), Old Oak Dinner Waggon, Old Oak Carved Linen Chest, Carved Oak Hall Chairs, Oak Hat and Umbrella Stand, Mahogany Case Clock, Iron Safe, Dinner Gong, 2 Fourfold Screens, Turkey Square, Brussells Stair Carpet, Shaped Stair Rods, &c, &c. Reception Rooms: English Walnut Suite (7 pieces, upholstered in Old Gold Figured Velvet), Handsome Inlaid Rosewood Cabinet with Brass Mountings, Mural Venetian Timepiece, Inlaid Spanish Mahogany Sutherland Table; Sweet toned Full Compass Pianoforte in Walnut Case by Justin Browne, London; Music Stool, Massive Oak Sideboard with Cellarette, Cupboard and Drawer, Brown Oak Framed Suitetin Pigskin, comprising Chesterfield, 12 Single Chairs and 2 Easy Chairs, one with Bookstand attachment, Handsome Oak Overmantel, Mantelpiece and Fire Grate with Tiled Back, Solid Oak extending Dining Table, Mahogany Framed Suite in Morocco Leather (9 pieces), Mahogany Bookcase with Cupboard and 2 Drawers, Mahogany Dinner Waggon, Walnut Eseretoire, Walnut Overmantel, Black and Gold Full-compass Pianoforte by Bord, Paris, Valuable Oil Paintings by well-known artists, Silver Afternoon Tea Set, Spode Dessert Service, Dresden and other China Vases, Orna- ments, Candelabra, &c., English Axminster, Turkey, Brussells and other Carpets, Hearthrugs, &c, Brass Fire Curbs, Brasses and Dogs, Brass Coal Vases, Oak ditto, Marble Timepieces, Oak ditto, Six Chippendale Chairs, &c, &c. Bedrooms Elegant Walnut Suite (eight pieces), embossed black and gold, Satin Walnut Suite, Birch Wardrobe with Plate Glass Panel, Birch Boot Cupboard, Birch Duchesse Dressing Table, Washstand with marble top, Mahogany and other Chest of Drawers, Washstands, Towel Rails, Chairs, Toilet-ware, Brussell and other Carpets, Brass, Italian, Half Tester, Iron and other Bed- steads, Chain Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters. and Pillows, Lady's Gold Watch, and Gent's ditto, etc., etc. The whole of the Handsome Breakfast, Dinner and Tea Ware, Glass, China, Electro Plate and Cutlery, Bed and Table Linen, and all Kitchen Requisites, Gent's Bicycle, Mail Cart, Garden Tools. Garden Seat, and Pair of Vases, etc., etc. Sale to commence each day at 12 o'clock. View nay Tuesday, December 5th, by Catalogue only from 2 till 4 p.m. Catalogues 3d each, and further information may be had from the Auctioneer at his office, Town Hall Buildings, Rhyl, and High Street, St Asaph. (514 12 Years aPrisoneri stlieMahdi PIER PAVILION, LLANDUDNO, Friday, December 15th, 1899, At 7-30 p.m. MrChas Neufeld's First PUBLIC LECTURE in North Wales Captive in Khartoum." Illustrated by Lantern Slides. President: THE RIGHT HON. THE LORD MOSTYN. Doors open at 7. Carriages at 9.30. Tickets,1 3s, 2s, and Is, to be had at Rhyl from Mr D. Trehearn, Music Depot; or from Mr J. Davies-Williams, Stanley House, Conway. N. B. -A Special Train, at cheap fares, calling at intermediate stations, will leave Rhyl at at 5 10 p.m., returning from Llandudno at 10-5. (500 HOSPITAL LEAGUE. To complete the Re-building of the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital. £ s. d. Amount previously-acknowledged 201 12 5 Collected by Mrs Goodman, 41 West Parade 0 17 3 Mrs Snowden, 18 West Parade 0 16 0 Miss Williams, Alexandra Hotel 1 5 6 Mrs J. Willliams, 1 High street 0 8 0 Mr John Williams, Pydew (per Messrs Gamlin & Williams). 2 0 0 Per Miss Godby C. G. Godby, Esq., London. 1 1 0 Mrs Kilburn, London 110 Small sums 1 5 6 Per Mrs Trehearn Messrs Newman & Co 1 1 0 Small sums 0 2 6 Dr Elliot, Chester .110 E212 11 2 Mrs Muspratt is most grateful for all the help she has received, and will be thankful for any further subscriptions, both from visitors aud residents, for the above object. Bron Haul, Nov. 29th, 1899. (503 Christmas. GUTHRIKS SHOWROOMS FOR CARDS. THE SHOWROOM THE EMPORIUM, NOW OPEN AT 29 High St., Rhyl. ro f"fl to A large and well-assorted stock: ot varas trom all the best Publishers. Autograph Boxes in great variety. Assorted Packets from Id. per packet. Private Cards, Books, Calendars, Annuals, &c. ALL ARE INVITED TO INSPECT THE STOCK At THE EMPORIUM, NEXT DOOR TO JOURNAL OFFICE. (508
LIST OF VISITORS. I Pen-y-Don WT H Longmore, Esq, Bournmouth; Mrs Lee, Southport; W H Ryland, Esq, B'ham Mrs Ryland do Dr E A Trevelyan, Leeds. The Grosvenor, 12 East Parade-(;eo Bakewell. Esq, Mrs & Masters Bakewell, Miss Toft, Longton; Miss Booth, London Col Boddam Whetham, Mrs Boddam Whetham, Folkestone Miss Dorothy Hick do, Miss Parkes, Longton Misses Bakewell (3), Stoke-on-Trent J Hollins, Esq, Mrs Hollins, Master Hollins, York Mrs Marino, Whampton J Blain, Esq, Mrs Blain, Manchester. (it) West Parade-Rev Henry and Mrs Lee.
STAR SMI STOKES. STAR SMI STOKES. HIGH STREET, RHYL, TEAS 0 FIN D I A in their Entirety. Assam Teas—under the name of Black Tea—are arranged in about fourteen sorts Flowery Peko, Orange 11 1 « 1 ^1 Peko, and Peko are the three highest grades. pGF ID JLO JLXa/vL Flowery Peko Leaf is the one undeveloped bud at the I end of each twig of the Tea Bush Peko is the yonng bud just shooting forth, or the young leaf just expanding. — The Indian Teas here mentioned are the genuine growths npr ]}) 1 C QQ of certain favoured districts of that country. They are r JLO wholly free from admixture with other growths they have been selected with experienced care for their all round merits and acceptance by the English palate, they "j are really the Best Value Teas that are brought to p61* 11) JLS England. For full flavours and rich strength they arc unequalled. J A-% w New Season's Fruit! High Quality at Prices strictly Moderate. 0 i Fine Currants 2d & 2 d per lb. = Very Fine Flavoured Currants 3d „ p, I The Pick of the C urratHa ivest 4d „ jp I Fine Valencia Raisins 3-^d „ || 0 Selected ditto 4d CD S Very Choice ditto 5d CD P4 Fine "Sultana Raisins 5d p I Finest ditto 6d < -t HIGH-CLASS PROVISIONS. BUTTER, CHEESE, HAMS & BACON Well-known Brands, Mild Cured & Guaranteed, at Prices Strictly Moderate. NOTE THE ADDRESS STAR SUPPLY STORES, (Opposite the Post Office), RHYL; Station Road, Colwyn Bay; and Crown Square, Denbigh. Mill Bank Hand Laundry RHYL. Laundry Work taken at Economical Prices to suit all Customers. OPEN-AIR DRYING GROUND. Special care taken with delicate fabrics Ladies' Silk Blouses, Gents' Suits, Lace and other Curtains cleaned, and returned as new. Best finish given to Shirt & Collar Dressing. All Goods collected and delivered same week Winter and Summer. Family Washing taken by Contract. Full particulars on application. MRS TOTTY, Proprietress. 2 Mill Bank Villas, Rbyl. (454 MRS. TOM OWEN, Dealer in Ladies' and Gentlemen's Left-Off Clothing of all kinds, (Late oi Bedford Street) MARKET STREET, RHYL. Parties having articles to dispose of will be waited upou on receipt of postcard cr other intimatiun. Second-hand Furniture, Books, &c., bought. The Best Prices given. (486 liunbay jSetmc £ g> t. gNQLISH~^r KSLEYAJN CBAPl L E TT BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL Free Seat. Collection at each Service Morning a 11 Evening at 6.30 Preacher ext Sunday REV. H. LEFROY YORKE, M.A., D.D. Evening Service—Wednesda MRS b MISS GANDON, Teachers of DANCING and CALISTHENICS. SCHOOLS AND FAMILIES ATTENTED. PRIVATE LESSONS BY ARRANGEMENTS. Juvenile Class Saturday Afternoons. Adults Monday Evenings, Further particulars Avondale," Water Street. (510 Rhyl and District I Licensed Victuallers & Beersellers' Half-Crown Subscription List In aid of the Wives and Families of Reservists of The WELSH REGIMENTS Serving in the Transvaal. £ s. d. Already acknowledged ••• nop Bernard Parry, West Parade u b Friends in Rhyl and district wishing to subscribe to this Half-Crown Fund may forward same to Mr C. D. Copley, London & Provincial Bank, Rhyl, or the undersigned, RO^ERTS, Secretary. 3 Russell Buildings, Rhyl. (452 TO BE SOLD. £ s. d. Grand Oak Bench for Hall-carved 117 6 Ladies' Bicycle nearly new 5 0 0 New Drawing-room Suite—seven pieces 5 10 0 Plioncgi,apli-Cost C30 5 5 0 Solid Oak Sideboard nicely carved 6 15 0 Inlaid Traytop Drawing-room table 2 2 0 Antique carved oak box settee. 3 19 6 M usic Chair in old gold phials. 0 15 6 Antique oak corner Cupboard 1 19 6 Pretty centre table—solid oak 0 10 6 Small suite ruby plush—seven pieces 110 0 Suite—9 pieces new, in saddlebags 9 9 0 Superior Piano—grand condition 12 12 0 Useful Bookcase—very tall 110 Musical Box plays 10 tunes-cost ;CIO 5 5 0 Oil Painting by French-cost i-IOO 25 0 0 do. Bott .„ 10 0 9 Quantity of old China and Curios, also 300,000 Foreign Stamps. WILLIAM HALL & Co., Auctioneers, Town Hall. (494 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS, facing sea, C with or without board. Home comforts terms moderate.-6, Plastirion Terrace, Rhyi. (505 ^T>0 BE LET, Modern Villa, pleasantly situated X in Lake Avenue, Rhyl, and near Promenade and Marine Lake bathroom and every conven- ience. Rent 925.-Apply F. T. Bostock, Min Avon," Lake Avenue, Rhyl. (51)8 KENT £ 28.—To be Let, with immediate pos- session, No. 6 Elwy Street, Rhyl. Con- ains 3 sitting-rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath (h & c). Apply-Messrs. Berrie and Williams, Agents, Grosvenor Chambers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. T)ENT £ 36.—To be Let with immediate posses- _LV sion, No. 2 Conwy Street. Contains 3 recep- tion rooms, 5 bedrooms. Apply—Messrs Berrie and Williams, Agents, Grosvenor Chambers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. RENT £ 50.—Splendid Lodging House in Plas- tirionlTerrace To Let, with immediate pos- session 4 sitting rooms, 8 or 9 bedrooms. Apply —Messrs Berrie and Williams, Grosvenor Cham- bers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. 1) ENT £ 32.—Capital House in River Street to XV Let, with immediate possession. Contains 3 ic" p'iot! 6 bedrooms, bath (h & c). Apply Messrs Berne and Williams, Agents, Grosvenor Chambres, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. I) ENT £ 35 and £ 40.—Four excellent Lodging XAJ Houses in course of erection in Butterton Road to Let from Ladyday. jModern conveniences. Apply—Messrs Berrie and Williams, Agents, Gros- venor Chambers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. /~V For Sale, Two Dwelling Houses, OW Ol_ with good outbuildings suitable for workshop. Let at £ 45 per annum. Apply- Messrs Berrie and Williams, Auctioneers, Gros venor Chambers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. IVTOTE CHANGE OF ADDRESS. — Messrs XN Berrie and Williams respectfully desire their clients to note change of address from 43 High St. to Grosvenor Chambers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. Telephone No 5. clients to note change of address from 43 High St. to Grosvenor Chaiiibers, 7 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. Telephone No 5. WANTED—TEACHER (Female) Art. (38 for small Rural School.—Apply Rector, St- George, Abergele. George, Abergele.
Lighting-up Table. I All Cycles and other Vehicles in this district \must be lighted up as stated in the following } table. Saturday, December 2nd 4.31 Sundav, December 3rd 4.30 Monday, December 4th 4.30 Tuesday, December 5th 4.29 Wednesday, December 6th 4.28
The Flint and Denbigh Hounds Will Meet Saturday, Dec, 2nd.Whitford Monday, Dec 4th, Croesengan Thursday, Dec. 7, ^Glanywern^Top Lodge Saturday, Dec. 9th Rhuddlan At 11.0 a.m.
PRINTING of °"<»rv description executed at the "Journal vVorxs, .dtigh-atreet, Ulijl Estimates fnrnisbed; R. L A WRENCE, M. P. S. j Jay Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examination, r 20, HIGH STREET, RHYL ( PCST^oWlC E) I V 1 11 fi^Ti Prescription Dept.-Medicine» of First Quality, with prompt and 1 careful attention, are our leading features. Free Delivery to all parts I ~"TT Surgical Appliances and all Requisites for Invalids. A ° nW^jwirvi Choice Perfumes. J Jj// 11 Photographic Department CAMERAS, 1/ Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums, Telephone And every Requisite for Vo. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers, Z3 fp|f Instructions Free to Purchasers. DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPINgl HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. The ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE Tuner of Pianos, Harmoniun-3 & American Organs In RHYL and Neighbourhood is I W. A. BEDDINGTON (18 YEARS' EXPERIENCE). Who has been for the last ten years one of the principal Tuners with Messrs Dale, Forty and Co., of Cheltenham, Birmingham, etc, the largest provincial house in the trade. TERMS: Single Tunings 3s. 6d. Periodical tunings arranged for". ZD ZD Satisfaction guaranteed. ADDRESS: Denbigh House, 16 Edward ffenry-street, Rhyl. N.B.—W. A Beddington wishes to inform the musical public of Rhyl and neighbourhood, that ho relies solely upon his merits as a tuner, and his skill and experience as a repairer of Pianos, Harmoniums and American Organs, to retain the confidence of the public. Give him a trial and see. Before making future contracts send for W.A.B. You will not regret it 298 COMPTON HOUSE, 57 High Street, Rhyl. "Autumn" and "Winter" Season. I am now Showing the LATEST NOVELTIES in n FRENCH AND ENGLISH MILLINERY For Autumn and Winter Season. RANGE OF Children's Coats, Reefers, Hats & Bonnets. A VISIT OF INSPECTION WILL BE ESTEEMED. M. J. EDWARDS Telegrams-Steer, Sbvl. Telephone No. 3, Rhyl. I-1. A. STEER,WINE MERCHANT 73 HlGH STREET, RHYL. GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKEY (Sole Proprietor), i Beer and Stout in Screw-Stopper Flagon, holdin John Jameson's aud Geoige Roe's Irish Whiskies. Half-Gallon each. Henry Norman & Cie, Martell Hennessy's Brandies. BASS & C0 S LIGHT BOTTLING ALE, Nicbulson's London Gin. De Kuyper Hollands. Imperial Pints, 2s. 6d. per Dozen. Bass aud Worthington'S Ale. Guinness' Kxtra Dublin Half Pints, ls. 6d. Stont <fe x por tin valid N<I ur I1" ? °N' BASS & CO.'S ALES in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks, SpecmM itluo, Own Botthng-Californian Burgundj, FROM GANON 15s per dozen; California.1 buuterne, L.,s pei dozen, PALE ALE at Is. 8d. per Gallon. Aimrr»iliaii Rur^iindv. los per tiozcii. to 11168 sold 1double the price. BURTON ALE & GUINNESS' STOUT, Strettnll 1-iills, KILLS and Son, and Scbweppe's and Co's In Half Gallon Screw Flagons, at Is. and Is. 2d. each Mineral Waters. Agent for Moet and Chandon'S Champagnes, 81. Marccaux. Champagnes, Rhine and Moselle Wines, CIGARS Wholesale and Retail. Jules Lafaure and Co B Clarets. Cigars held in Stock of the following well-known Brands and Sizes—Bock Kohinoor and Esplinditos, Jose Lorales Rcinns Regalia Diyina, Fbr de Cuba Regalia Modo, J.S. Murias Cinchas, Boquet Diamantes, Por Larranauer Reinltas, La Carolina Recroes, Yillar y Villar Excelertes Sublimes, Fegurinas, Couchas Especiales, LA Fspinos Jockey Club La Corona Bonitos Cupidos, El Rt-Y ciel Mondo Young Ladie., Indian, Bornes, Sumatra La Duicb Cigars; Cigarettes—State Express American and Zaffire Egyptian, Pedro Maria Habana. Single Cigars at Wholesale Prices. An inspectiot, is invited. Winter Fashions, 1899. TAT TIOT intends making a SPECIAL SHOW on lUflij. IAJJDU Monday and Tuesday Next Of the very Latest Creations in Millinery, Mantles, Jackets, Fur-lined Coats, Paletots, Seal Coats, Mink Capes, Tailor-made Suits. Latest Novelties in the Children's Department. Soliciting an early inspection. ;¡; JOSEPH JONES, successor to the late Mr Wm J Evans, Practical UPHOLSTERER. All kinds of work in the above trade attended to per- sonally. Workshop—The Old Armoury, Back Windsor Street. [440 MRS GREENHOUSE, Old-established SER- VANTS' REGISTRY, 17 Water Street, is in immediate want of first-class Servants for Gentlemen's Families for England and Wales ALE OF CLW1D REGISTRY OFFICE.— Oldest Established in Rhyl. Removed from 29a Bedford Street to No. 6 Rose Hill Terrace Mill Bank. Good Many Girls WANTED, and have several on hand for Private Hotels, Lodging Houses, &c. Several good places at Rhyl and District, England also. Apply with stampe envelope. Proprietress—Mrs Jones. fTX) BE LET, immediately, the well-built, private JL Villa, BOD MEURIG, Bath Street, Rhyl containing three entertaining rooms, nine bed- rooms, dressing-room, &c., with all modern conveniences. Apply—Mr Shaw Green, accountant, 18 King Street, Warrington; or to A] essrs Foulkes and Son, builders, 71 West Parade, Rhyl. (7911 "ADIES Wanting Good Servants, and Servants with good references, suited daily.—Apply, Mrs Williams, 29a Bedford Street, Rhyl. Vacancies, England and Wales. Hours 10 to 8, Saturdays, 10 till 4. (360 TO BE SOLD OR LET.—Three V7illa Residences in Sea Bank Road, near the Lake. The best built and most highly-finished Houses in Rhyl perfect sanitation, south aspect, with view of the whole cf the Vale of Clwyd. Containing 3 Enter- taining Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, Bath and Lavatory, with good Kitchens, &c. Electric Bells throughout. Rents, C25 to £ 3a. For particulars apply to Francis Geary, F A.I., Estate Agent, Market Street, Rhyl. (412 m(THE LET FURNISHED, WESTMINSTER | HOUSE, Church Street, containing Dining, Drawing, Parlour, 4 Bedrooms, &c.-For further particulars apply at 16 Church Street, Rhyl. (476 TO BE SOLD by Private Treaty—Two verv desirable semi-detached A 1LLA RESIDEN- CES recently erected in PALACE AVENUE. RHYL, and almost opposite to the magnificent New Palace Hotel now in course of erection. The accommodation is as follows On the (;round Floor Vestibule and Tiled Entrance Hall, Dining Room with bay, Morning Boom, Kitchen, 1'antry, Back Kitchen with washing boiler, and Scullery. On the First Floor: Drawing Room with bay, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Lavatory (h. and c. water supply), and separate w.c. On the Second Floor 3 Bedrooms. Enclosed yard at the back with outside w.c., and 3 good cellars, and good garden in front. For full particulars apply to MR RICHARD BROMLEY, Solicitor, 477) I ENERGETIC and Influential men wanted as Agents for the British Workman's and General Association Coy., Ltd., for Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, Llanwrst, Abergsle, Flint, Prestatyn, Llan- dudno, and Holywell. Good piospecls for promo- tion to successful Y)ien.-Apply District Superin- tendent A. H. Williams, Shirley Villa, Lake Avenue, Rhyl. (482 "ITfANTEl), a GENERAL SERVANT must IT be a good cook.—20 Beech wood Rd. (4S5 WANTED APPRENTICES to the Upholster- ing & General House Furnishing.—Rhydwen Jones and Davies, Rhyl. (840 LADIES requiring good Servants, and Girla wanting nice Situations should engage through Mrs Roberts' Agency, 3 Elwy Street, Rhyl. (856 REE ADVERTISING. PROPERTIES FOR^SALE OR TO BE LET.— Property-owners and others desirous of dis- posing of Property, Businesses, &c., by private treaty are invited to send full particulars to the undermentioned for insertion (free of charge) in the NORTH WALES FREE PROPERTY REGISTER," published monthly, having an ex- tensive circulation, and being the only free adver- tising medium of its kind in the district. Inten- ding purchasers and tenants should send tor a copy of the Register, which will be forwarded, post free, on application to the Proprietors and Publishers Messrs Greenhalgh and Geary, Aue tioneers. Valuers and Estate Agents, Rhyl. (13 I70R SALE by Private Treaty," KEN MORE Russell Road, Rhyl.—Full particulars from H. A. Steer. (37 0> A PART.NL L, NTS.- TO LET, COMFORTABLE A APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply- 26 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 RHY L-Comfortable APARTMENTS TO LET, bathroom (h. & c.) Piano, &c.-Address MrsB. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. PLEASANT Homely Apartments to Let for _L Winter in nice house near Parade also good Sitting and Bedroom as permanency.—Address, Mab, Journal Office. (450 rpo BE LET No. 2 BODFOR STREET, RHY'L, X with excellent house, shop, bakehouse, &c.— Apply, David Roberts, Exchange House, Holywell. 425 1 OR SALE, a tire and thief-proof Safe, price C2, cost JL5; with wooden-outer case El extr,i. -Apply Journal Office. CHOICE Building LAND for Sale, situate on Dyserth-road, lately in the occupation of Peter Biowne, Esq. The land is laid out with trees and shrubs, and contains about one acre.—For particulars apply to Mr D Davies, Freelands. (460 I^OR SALE—Wiekerwork BATH CHAIR,quite new, never been used. Cee springs on leather braces, bicycle wheel?, wired on India rubber tyres, Cloth cushions. Write—C., office o this paper. 4 CLWYD STREET, Opposite Church—HOUSE TO BE LET, Seven Bedrooms, Drawing, Dining and Breakfast Rooms, Kitchens, and usual conveniences. From May 1st next. Rent moderate. Apply, Mr Enyon, Hylas, Rhuddlan. [491 1}RESTAT\ N.— RESIDENCES, &c. — Sarson and Scott, Auctioneers, &c., Prestatyn, have TO LET Villa, 2 Sitting, 5 Bedrooms, £]91Os; Double-fronted Residence, 3 Entertaining, 8 Bed rooms, £ 30. FOR SALE Two Bungalows. Particulars on application. (483 H. JONES, Practical TailST, 4: 7 Aquarium Street, Rhyl. Ladies' and Gents' own material made up. Alterations and repairs on reasonable terms. (501 ¡