Sales fig Unction. BY AiR PRED WALLIS. RHYL. MR FRED WALLIS has been instructed to -L'-i- Sell by Public Auction at the ROYAL HOTEL, RHYL, on TUESDAY, 2ND OCTOBER, 1900, at 4 P.m., punctually, all that compact and delight- fully situated Bungalow Residence known as "Englefield Cottage," Containing Two Entertaining Rooms, Two Bed- rooms, and good Pantry and Kitchen Accommoda- tion (all on the ground floor), and surrounded by 1971 square yards of land, or thereabouts, and 4pproached from Bath Street and Russell Road, Rhyl. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, or from MESSRS GAMLIN & WILLIAMS, 89) Solicitors, Rhyl.
LIST OF VISITORS. 5 Crescent Road (Miss Freeman)—Mrs Gibbon, Leamington; Mrs Kent, Walsall Rev Samuel Eccleshall, Hulme; Miss Easter, Huddersfield; pisses M & E Allot, Gomersal; Miss A Allot, Harrogate. Birchfield House, Crescent Rd (Miss Davies)- Mrs, Misses and Master Brown, Silverdale; Mrs and Misses Dix do, Mr G Dix do; Mr & Mrs unt. Manchester, Mrs Hunt do; Mr, Mrs and Master Rowbotham do. No Address-Mrs Barker, Rushton Mr and Mrs Horton, B'ham Mrs Earl & b, B'ham 14 West Parade (Mrs Evans)—Mr, Mrs & Miss ^roof, Dudley; Miss Samley do Messrs Hastings, 19 West Parade (Mrs J. Arthur Evans)- and Mrs Courts, Nottingham Mrs Edmunds ^aesbury; Miss Edmunds do Miss Hughes, Oswestry; Mr and Mrs Cawley and sons (2), Tarpoley; Alderman and Mrs Jones, Nantglyn ^iss Hatten, West Bromwich Miss Nellie Jones, Holywell. Pen-y-don Boarding Estab'ment(Miss Strevett)— lssHewett, Sheffield; Mrs Morgan, Lichfield, Miss Hodson do; Mrs Gamgee, B'ham, Miss Roberts do Rowland Greathead, Esq, Sutton Coldfield F Thompson, Esq, B'ham, G Greenwav, Esq do; Miss Macpherson, Edinburgh J 0 Cooper, Esq, 1308combe, Mrs Cooper do, Masters Cooper do, Miss Green do; Mrs Lancaster, Manchester W Wal- fcjrd, Esq, B'ham Geo P Neele, Esq,Watford, Mrs Neele do. The Grosvenor, 12 East Parade (Mrs A Jones)- G Bakewell, Esq, Longton, Mrs and Masters Rakewell do; S Warhurst, Esq, Stalybridge, Misses Warliurst (4) do; Mrs & Misses Thomson, Dids- j bury; Miss Peill, Welshpool; G R Payne, Esq, Moseley, Mrs Payne do; Mrs Bryne, B'ham, Miss Roddington do; Ezra Rawlinson, Esq, Swinton, ^lrs and Master Jack Rawlinson do; Mrs M Sownnerley, Wolverhampton. Marine Hydro (Mrs A M Bagley, Manageress)- ^liss Clarke,Burton-on-Trent; Mr Taylor, Runcorn, Miss Clara Taylor do; Miss Yealey, Leicester; Miss Casson, Leamington; Mrs Longbottom, Chester; Mrs Larkworthy, Worcester; Messrs B and W Watkins, Creckhowell, Mr J Richards, do; Miss Walker, M'chester; Mrs and Miss Steeves, Bebbington Mrs Whitworth, Chester Mrs Hughes, M'chester Miss Acton, Wrexham; Gunn, L'pool, Dr J A Cornett do; Rev W E Rreaky, Rock Ferry; Mr R H Brigham, Hands- Vvorth. 29a Bedford St (Mrs E Williams)—Mr and Mrs Birks, M'chester Mr and Mrs Sayles, Sheffield plaster and Miss Sayles do Mrs Sayles do; Miss Bell, Bolton Miss Benyon, Chester Mr Hunt, Manchester Mr Jackson, Hinchley Mr Parry, Liverpool. 7 Crescent Road (Mrs Sarson)—Mrs and Misses E & C Allbright, Crewe Mr C Scott, Walsall, Miss P Scott do Miss Alice Poole, Wednesbury. Harecastle House, AquariumSt (Mrs J Williams) Mr, Mrs and Masters Howard, London Mr & Mrs Ashley, Hednesford Mrs, Misses & Master ■^arsons, Wolverhampton Mr and MrsD Banford, •Ashted, Misses and Master Banford do 15 Elwy Street (Mrs S Jones) Miss Bygott, »Vhitchurch, Miss Lumb do 4 Edward Henry Street (Miss Williams)—Mr *nd Mrs Price, Salop; Mr and Mrs Greenhalgh, «ailsworth Mr and Mrs Gaythorpe, Eccles. Bayfield House, 9 Queen Street (Mrs W Jones)— Rev J Roberts and Mrs Roberts Mr and Mrs Parry, Mold. 14 Queen St (Mrs Hay)—Arthur Bourne, Esq, $tone, Mrs Bourne do, Masters Ralph and Jack Bourne do, Miss M Bourne do Miss Rice, Stoke- tiu-Trent, Mrs Gifford do. 38 Kinmel Street (Mrs Gotfe)—Mr & Mrs Kirby, London, Master and Miss Kirby do, Mrs Slack do; Mr Busby, Aston; Mr Shoesmith, Colne Mr Hambleton, Silverdale, Mr J Hambleton (jun) do, Miss Hambleton do. 26 Kinmel Street (Mrs Hughes)—Mr Joh n R Roberts, Llangollen, Mr P Clarke do, Mr W E Jones do. I John Street (Mrs Shaw)—Mr A T Perrins, b'bain, Miss Clara Perrins do, Master Perrins do; Mr H A Cooke, H'worth Mrs and Miss Horberry, Rurton-on-Trent. 6 John Street (Mrs Teale)— Mr & MissWinchurst, Birchfields; Mrs King, Aston New Town Mrs Chaplin, Aston. 166 Wellington Road (Mrs Willis)-G Clough, •Esq Air, Mrs and Master HiiDkhorDf M'ter Mr, Mrs and Master Quance, West Bromwich Mr and Mrs Clarke, Wellington; Mr H Richardson, Stockport. 16 Water Street (Mrs Strevitt)—Miss Hampson, M'ter, Miss Burgess do Mr G S & Mrs Brindley, Smethwick Mr and Mrs Vandrey, Garton; Miss Lewis, Chester, Miss Mareerison do Mr, Mrs and Misses (3) Daye, Fenton; Mrs Higginbottom, Congleton. 13 River St (Mrs T J Hughes)—Mrs Burgess, Xutford Mr and Mrs Thomson, Warrington the Rev Eyes, Bolton, Miss Eyes flo Miss Iwins, Liverpool; Mr Pattinson, Manchester. Westholme, 6 River Street (Mrs Harris)—Mr & Mrs R Temple, Burnley; Miss Allday, Liverpool, Miss Stubley do; Mrs and Miss Harris, Liscard. 10, Water Street (Mrs Kilvert).—Mrs Parker, Wrexham Miss Edwards, Chester; Miss Morley, Edmondthorp Miss Morris, Leicester Mr and Mrs Furnival, Congleton Mr and Mrs Taylor and baby, Batley; Mr and Mrs Willet and family, Wolverh ampon. 23 Queen Street (Mrs Ingham)—Mrs CT Parkes, B'ham, Miss Ada Parkes do, Master Bertie Parkes do. 24 Princes Street (Mrs Polkinghorne)—Mrs Ingram and f, Birmingham.
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The Public Footways. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RHYL JOURNAL. Sin,-If the Rhyl authorities will take the trouble to go to Colwyn Bay, or any other North Wales retort, they "Ill not see such disgraceful negligence of comfort and appearance as will be seen on the footpath (marked Public ") leading from the new iron footbridge to the golf links. The stiles and gateway are patched np in the manner ud by labourers in erecting a pigstye, and arenotocly difficult to get over hut dangerous. There also two wrecks of seats perfectly unusable, the frames of which could easily be UBed for new wood-work. Now, this walk, I believe, is more used than any other footpath in KHYL, and for visitors to see such a God- forsaken state of things is, without doubt, an advertise- ment, bnt of a contrary character to what is needed. The district coancil spend thousands of pounds in ether waj s, and yet leave a most important element in the attractions of Rhyl to go to ruin for the sake of two or three pounds. Whose fault is it ?-Yoars truly, Sept 18th, 1900. A REhitDENT.
A RECORD HISTORY. Messrs J. & j. Colman, Ltd., have again made a record at the Paris Exhibition, having been ^Warded the Grand Prix, the highest honour pos- sible, both for their mustard and for their starch. Ihe.y have also been awarded the Silver Medal the highest award to any English house, for their blue. This is a remarkable instance of the contin- ued supremacy of well-known articles; for Messrs Colman have previously obtained no fewer than 43 highest awards at International Exhibitions all Over the world.
Baths. All kinds of baths are provided at the two splendid Hydropathic Establishments—The Marine Hydro (Marine Drive), and the Claremont Hydro (Brighton- road). Ordinary sea-water and sea-weed baths are pro- dded at all hours at the well-appointed baths in High- street, kept by Mr Edward Vaugtuil). proprietor of the bathing rsuu oa the store.
J rralgg ftp auction. By MR JOSKPH WILLIAMS. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. B H~Y L. Important to Investors, Capitalists, & Others. Re RICHARD J. WILLIAMS, Saddler, Rhyl, deceased. Sale of Very Valuable Freehold Properties in High Street, Vale Road, Rhyl; and at Dyserth. MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS is instructed to Sell by Public Auction, on TUESDAY, the 25tli day of SEPTEMBER, 1900, at 7 p.m., at the WHITE LION HOTEL, RHYL, the following Freehold Properties. LOT I.-All that Freehold Shop, Dwelling-house and Cottage, situate and being No. 35 HIGH STREET, RHYL, with the out-buildings, work- shop, stable, coach-house, &yard belonging thereto, now in the occupation of the deceased's widow. Also all that Cottage at the rear thereof in the occupation ofMrW. Conwy, at the weekly rental of 38 9d. LOT 2.—All that Freehold double-fronted Dwel- ling-house and garden (front and back) situate and known as "LLYS ARVON," No. 8 VALE ROAD, RHYL, now in the occupation of Mrs M A Owen, at the annual rental of £ 25. LOT 3.—All that Freehold Dwelling-house and garden, situate and being No. 9 VALE ROAD, RHYL, with the out-buildings and yard thereto belonging consisting of Stable, Coach-house, and Hay Loft, in the occupation of Misses Jones, at the annualrental of JS28. LOT 4.-All that Freehold Cottage, garden, and premises thereunto belonging, situate and known as GROES-Y-FFORDD," OCHR-Y-FOEL, DYSERTH. For further particulars apply to the auctioneer, at his offices, County Chambers, 51 Kinmel St, Rhyl, or to MR. ANEURIN O. EVANS, 35 Solicitor, Denbigh.
LAWS OF THE SESSION. The following is a continuation of the summary of Acts of Parliament which have received the Royal assent during the Session of 1900:— V. 45.-Poor Belief in Ireland. This Act amends the Poor Relief Acts of Ireland in two particulars. In respect to relief given for maintenance of lunatics and children, this Act makes it admissible for such relief to be given for the maintenance ot a child or a lunatic outside the Union. The Act alsj increases the quantity of, land which may be acquired by the Guardians of a Poor Law Union in Ireland. 46.—Local Government and Military Service. This Act relieves officers and men of the auxiliary and reserve forces from being required to vacate their offices as members of County, Borough, Dis- trict or Parish Councils or Boards of Guardians by reason of absence on active military service be- yond the seas. of Jtloney Paid into Court. This Act amends the law with regard to the in- vestment of money paid into a County Court and invested for the benefit of an infant or a person of unsound mind. The provisions of Sec. 71 of the County Court Act 1888 is to extend to such invest- ments. 4S.-The Companid Act, 1900. This Act amends the Companies' Act in the direction of fixing more definitely the responsi- bilities of promotors and directors for the protec- tion of investors. In future a person is not to be named as a director in any prospectus unless he has given to the Registrar of Companies his consent in writing, and has either paid, or signed a contract to pay, for his qualifying shares, and if after two months from the formation of a Company a Direc- tor acts without having paid for his qualifying shares, he will be liable to a penalty of 95 per day. There is to be no allotment of share capital to the public unless the amount fixed, as the minimum subscripton has been paid, or, if no minimum has been fixed, there is to be no allotment till the whole of the amount has been subscribed and the whole of the amount payable on application been received by the Company, and the amount payable on application is not to be less than five per cent. of the nominal amount of the share. If these con- ditions are not complied, with within forty days from the issue of the prospectus, the application money must be returned in full to the applicants, and if not returned in 48 days the directors are to be jointly and severally liable to repay the money with five per cent interest, but a director who can prove that the loss of the money was not due to any misconduct or negligence on his part, shall not be liable. No Company is to commence business until the minimum subsciption has been paid, and a certificate has been given by the Registrar to that effect and until such certificate be given no contract is binding. When an al- lotment is made by a Company a return has to be made to the Registrar within one month, giving the names and description of the allottees, and the amounts paid and payable, and there is to be a separate return showing the number and nominal value of all shares alloted for a consideration other than cash, and the particulars of such consideration. All commissions and discounts allowed are to be at a fixed rate disclosed in the prospectus, but noth- ing in the Act is to affect the power of the Company to pay brokerage, such as it has been lawful here- tofore for a Company to pay. There are] stringent specific requirements as to the particulars to be given in a prospectus, too numerous to be set out here, the object being to enable the person apply- ing for shares to know the nature of his risk. There are very strict requirements as to the regis- tration of mortgages, and directors, managers, or officers of the Company making a default in this respect are liable to a fine of £100. Any person wilfully making a false statement in any return report, certificate, balance sheet or other document will be liable to indictment for misdemeanour and punishment by imprisonment. This Act comes into force on the 1st day of the year 1901. ,19. Th c Town Councils (Scotland) Act: This Act consolidates and amends the law re- lating to Town Councils in Scotland. After the coming into force of this Act from and after the 31st of December, 1900, in every burgh in Scotland a Town Council is to be elected under the style and title of The Provost (or Lord Provost), Magistrates, and Councillors." The powers of existing Councils and Commissioners are to be transferred to these Town Councils. The gener il provisions are somewhat similar to those contained in the Municipal Corporations (England and Wales) Act 1882. The most important difference between the English Municipal Act and this New Act for Scotland are (1) That in Scotland the annual elections are to be always on the same day of the week, while in England it depends on the incidence of the 1st of Novembar; (2) Magis- trates are elccted by the Town Council, whereas in England they are a separate body nominated by the Crown; (3) The municipal accounts are to be audited by a Government Auditor, whereas in England the auditors are elected by the burgesses: (4) The Scotch ratepayer may appeal to the Sheriff if dissatisfied with the accounts, whereas in England there is no redress except by application to the High Court of Justice. /it).—A <jricultAircU Holdings. This Act amend the law relating to agricultural hold. ings by giving greater power and facilities to a tenant, who has made improvements on his holding, to obtain compensation from his landlord on quitting, the compen- sation to be such sum as fairly represents the value of the improvement to an incoming tenant." The Act makes new provision for settlement of differences by arbitration, and although the compensation for improve- ments made before this Act comes into force, must be such as could have been claimed under the previous Acts, the amount of the compensation shall be ascertained in the manner provided by this Act. This law comes into operation on 1st January, 1900, and applies to Great Britain only. 51.—The Money Lenders' Act. This Act amends the law with respect to persons carry- ing on business as money lenders. After this Act comes into force, which will be on the 1st of November, 1900, every person whose business is that ofjmoney lending, or who advertises or announces himself or holds himself out in any way as carrying on that business (excepting pawn- brokers, Friendly Societies, Societies registered under the Building Societies and Loan Societies Acts, bankers, and other corporate bodies empowered by Act of Parliament to leud money'' shall be registered as a money lender at the Inland llcvenue Office under his own name or usual trade name and in no other name, together with all the addresses at which, he carries on business, and he shall do 4 no business as a money lender except in that registered nnme at the addresses given. Contravention of this provision renders the offender liable to a penally of £ 100, but prosecutions are not to be instituted without the consent of the Att irney General. In future when proceedings are taken by a money lender for the recovery of money lent, or for the enforcement of any agreement, the Court may re-open the whole proceeding and relieve the person sued from the payment of any sum in excess of the Rum adjudged by the Court to be fairly due. J2.—Naral Rcserrc Act, 1000. This Act makes further provision for a Naval Reserve by enabling the Admiralty to raise and keep up a new division consisting of (1) persons who are in receipt of pensions (Navy or Marines) who have enlisted after the passing of this Act; (2) persons not exceeding 15,000 in number who have served in the Navy and Marines but are not in receipt of penlions but who shall enlist in tlli, division (3) persons employed as artizans in naval or civil establishments, subject to a condition of service in the Jftserye. i
I bJ1 auction By itlr. FRANK JEWELL. PRESTATYN, JOBTH WALES. Highly Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Residential Properties, situate in the Towns of Rhyl and Prestatyn. MR FRANK JEWELL having been favoured with instructions, will Offer for Sale by Public Auction at the ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL, PRESTATYN, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH, 1900, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to certain Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced — LOTS 1, 2, & 3—All those three Valuable Free- hold Messuages or Dwelling Houses, known as Nos. 9, 10 & 15 VICTORIA AVENUE, PRESTATYN, each containing 2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Bath and W.C., Kitchen and Scullery, with Gardens to the front and rear, and all well let on yearly tenancies at fl9 10s. Od. each. The above-mentioned properties are built semi- detached, and are situate in the centre of this rapidly growing and increasingly popular seaside resort, and are within easy access of the Mountains, Beach, or Railway Station. LOT 4.—All that most desirable Freehold Residence, known as SANDHURST," situate on the Marine Drive, Rhyl, containing 3 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, and excellent domestic arrangements and conveniences. There is a small Garden to the front and large one to the rear. This property is let on a yearly tenancy at 940 Os. Od. Sandhurst," which is described above, occupies one of the most charmine positions in the town of Rhyl, being on the Marine Drive, overlooking the Sea to the front, and the Vale of Clwyd to the rear. It is within one minute's walk of the Rhyl Golf Links, and being a corner property enjoys the advantage of a side entrance in addition to one at the back. Vacant possession of any of the above- mentioned properties will be given, if desired, on May 1st, 1901. Further particulars may be obtained from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Bodfor Street, Rhyl, and High Street, Prestatyn, or from J. PIERCE-LEWIS, ESQ., 52 Solictor, Rhyl and Prestatyn. General Election. A MEETING OF COL. HOWARD'S Canvassers & Workers WILL BE HELD AT THE COMMITTEE ROOMJOWN HALL, RHYL (Mr Wm Hall's Old Offices) Next Monday Evening at 8 o'clock. All Ladies or Gentlemen who will work for COL. HOWARD and the Unionist cause are cordially invited to attend. (79 Grand Pavilion Theatre, RHYL. To-Night (Friday), and To-Morrow (Saturday), Great Success of A GREEK SLAVE." Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Sept 24, 25 & 26. Important Engagement of Miss Lilian M Stanley's Company, in The Happy Life. Thursday, Friday, & Saturday, Sep 27, 28, & 29. Messrs Ernest and Algie Spalding's Co. in A Night of Folly By arrangement with Mr H. S. Dacre. 57
RHYL AND NEIGHBOURHOOD Places of Worship. RHYL CHURCH.—Services are held on Sundays as follows lu Holy Trinity Church (Welsh), at 11 a m and 6-30 p m. English S. Thomas', at 8 a m, Holy Com- munion 11 ft m, Morning Service afternoon (children's), at 3-30; and evening at 6-30. In St John's, at 11 a m and 6-30 p m. In St Ann's, at 11 a m and 6-30 p m. Rev Thos Lloyd, Vicar, the Vicarage, Russell-road. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, Brighton-road— Sunday Services at 11 a m and 6-30 p m. Rev H Lefroy Yorke, Epworth Lodge, Minister. CHRIST CHURCH (Congregational), Water-street.— Sunday Services at 11am and 6-30 p m. Rev E E Ingham, Jolin-street, Pastor. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL, Wellington- road.—Sunday Services at 11 am and 6-30 .p m. Rev J Verrier Jones, Sea Bank-Avenue, Minister ENGLISH BAPTIST CHAPEL, Sussex. street.- Sunday Services at 11 am and 6-30 p m. Rev D G Lewis, Dyserth-road, Pastor. ST. MARY'S (Roman Catholic), Wellington-road.— Mass at 8 and 10-30 a.m. Evening Service at 6-30. Father Parker, Lluesty Mair, Mission Priest. WELSH CALVINISTIC METHODISTS.—Clwyd- street Rev S T Jones, Brighton-road, Minister. Bethel, Vale-road. Salem, Warren-road Rev J Knowles Jones, Minister. WELSH WESLEYANS -Brunswick, Brighton-road and Soar, Vale-road. Rev R Rowlajids, Thurpe-street, Minister. WELSH INDEPENDENTS, Queen-street.—Rev 1) Lewis, Princes-street, Minister. WELSH BAPTISTS.—Water-street: Rev Thos Shankland, Wheatville, Aquarium-street, Minister. Brighton-road No resident minister. Sunday Services in the Welsh Chapels are held at 10 m and 6 p m. Rhyl as a Winter Resort Rhyl can justly lay claim to being the fiuest winter resort on the North Wales Coast. The climate is mild and it sutlers but little from frost and snow. The air is bracing, and Rhyl enjoys during the winter and early spring an abnormal amount of bright sunshine. The winter train service from Rhyl is excellent, and Liverpool and Manchester are reached by through trains. The Railway Company last winter added a very convenient down train service, whereby visitors and others are able to break their journey overnight at Rlryl and leave at it a m to do business down the coast at a convenient hour. Rhyl affords excellent facilities for commercials staying in the town, as they are able to post letter up to ten o'clock at night for delivery in English towns the next morning. Sir Chas Cameron recently favoured, a Rhyl Journal' representative with a few minutes' conversation, and in reply to questions said it was the first time he had ever been in Rhyl, although lie had visited most places of importance in the United Kingdom. Hew was charmed with all he had seen, and was sure th at as the attractions of Rhyl, as well as the improvemients,pbecarne more widely known, visitors would 1\o.:k here in larger numbers. Had he been merely told that there was so much public spirit displayed in a town of the size of Rhyl lie could not have believed it. Bathing and Boating, &c. The charge for the use of a batliing machine is lid per person, but a reduction is made for children. Rowing and sailing boats can be hired on the beach, and parties are taken out by licensed boatmen at cheap rates. Bath chairs, Is per hour asses, 6d pLT hour. Drives. Many of the visitors whose stay in town is of some days'duration take short drives into the country. Long journeys are generally fatiguing. Char-a-bancs from the Alexandra and White Lion Hotels leave the town morning and afternoon for Bodelwyddan, St Asaph Prestatyn, &c.; and coaches also are run. Full par-, ticulars of routes, &c., can be had at the above hotels. The Marine Lake. This was formed on the west side of the town. It is about forty acres in extent, and as the water is but four feet deep, boating thereon is perfectly safe- Yachts, boats, canoes, efce., can here be hired by the hour and experienced boatmen take out pleasure parties. Rural Walks. In the vicinity of the town several ploaaant pjiths In to he fUUllrl. But it would be. too ditncult lor visitors to discover mul follow them from brief written instructions. Besides, but few visitors come to Rhyl in search of rural paths. The wanderings of must people are confined to the long stretch of beach and the sandbanks at its back. A walk extending for some miles in length can be enjoyed in the direction of Prestatyn along either the ba::lis or the shore. The ticld-patli to Dyserth, the Matlock of Wales," is a particularly pleasant one, and not very difficult to follow after the receipt of intelligent oval instructions. There arc paths to Rhllctdlan also, one oil the east and the other on the west side of the highroad. Persons can take train to Rhulldlan, aud from there walk to Bodelwyddan Church (three miles) or St Asaph (three miles) by road. Those who take train to Prestatyn could, if fairly good climbers, take to the hill at the back of the town, and on the ascent to the little village of Gwaenyscor be able to enjoy splendid sea and land scenery. There is a cave to be seen on the road to Newmarket, a village situate on a broad expanse of table-land, at the back of which is the tumulus known as YCtop.
spales fit? auctton. By MR W. HALL. "BRYN YSGOLDYSERTE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, at 2 p.m. prompt. MESSRS WILLIAM HALL & Co. will Sell on the above premises the whole of the Household Furniture & Effects. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Town Hall, Rhyl. (91 29,000 Dutch Bulbs. MESSRS. WILLIAM HALL & Co. will Sell by Auction at the TOWN HALL AUCTION MART, On WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3rd, Without Reserye. (ft2 Fire-Resisting Safes. A CONSIGNMENT of the Above will Shortly be Sold by Auction. WM. HALL & Co., Auctioneers, 20 Town Hall, Rhyl. Seneca HARVEST THANKSGININO, 1900. BY DESIRE of a Meeting of Delegates from the various Places of Worship in Town, I beg to invite the observance of Thursday, September 27th, 1900, As the day for holding the usual Harvest Thanks- giving Festival. It is hoped that all places o Business will be closed throughout the day. Dated this 29th day of August. 1900. J. S. GREENHALGH, Chairman of the Rhyl Urban District Council. Council Office, Rhyl. (65 Sunbap !erbicffJt kc. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL BRIGHTON ROAD, RHY L. FREE SEATS. Collection at each Service. Morning at 11. Evening at 6-30. Preacher Next Sunday REV. H. LEFROY YORKE, M.A., B.D. Evening Service: WEDNESDAY ST. MARY'S, TOWYN. The Harvest Festival Will be held on TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd. The Services will be as follows S a.m., Celebration of the Ho!y Communion. 11-15 a.m., Mattins, with Sermon by the Rev. B. J. PHILLIPS, B.A., Llanddulas Dydd Mawrth. Hydref 2il. DIOlCHGARWGH AM Y CYNHAUAF Cosper am 7 yn yr hwyr, a Phregeth gan y Parch IS-GANON OWEN, z, Eglwys Gadeiriu], Bangor. rhe Collections will be in aid of the Denbigh- shire Infirmary. (74 TOWN HALL, RHYL. November 1, 1900. I Singing and Reciting Competitions. I-Any Solo (confined to Females over 16 years of age). First prize, 15s Second do., 10s. 2—Any Solo (confined to Males over 16 years of age). First prize, 15s; Second do., 10s. 3—Any Solo (confined to Males or Females under 16 years of age). First prize, 10s.; 2nd do., 5s. 4-I'r Parti heb fod dan S mewn nifer a gano yn oreu y don "Bryn y Groes (Caniadau y Cysegr, 409) ar y geiriau Adenydd colomen pe cawn. Gwobr 10s. 5-For the best Recitation of any piece (Welsh or English) chosen by the competitor. Prize, a Silver Medal. A preliminary contest will be held at 6 p.m. for No. 5 ADJUDICATORS :— Music—Names will appear next week. Recitations—Rev. R Rowlands & H. Edwards, Esq. (Huwco Penmaen). Competitors to send their names, titles of songs, &c., with an entrance fee of Is to the Secretary, not later than October 20, 1900. The entrance fee will be refunded on the competitors appearing on the platform 80) O. HUOHES, 28 Vale Rd., Rhyl, Sec. RHYL COUNTY SCHOOL. Chairman of Governors R. LLEW. JONES, ESQ., C.C. Vice-Chairniaii SAM. PERKS, ESQ., C.C., J.P. Head Master W. A. LEWIS, M.A. (Oxford), B.A. (Lond). Teaching Staff Miss GKKTKUDIS C. JOXES. MISS L. J. CAVILL, B.A. J. M. EDWA'UIS, B.A. D. REUS, B.A. Pupils are prepared for all Professional and University Examinations. Special attention is paid to commercial subjects. Next Term begins 14th September, 1900. Fees, £2 per term, reduction where more than one from family. For Prospectus and further particulars apply to the Headmaster, or to the Clerk to the Governors, For Prospectus and further particulars apply to the Headmaster, or to the Clerk to the Governors, J. ROBERTS-JONES, 38) Solicitor, Rhyl.
NORTH WALES WOMEN'S TEMPERANCE UNION. The eighth annual council 0f the above, held at Carnarvon, was largely attended. The President, Mrs Jacob Jones, occupied the chair. Reports were presented by the treasurer, secretary, and superintendent of the Literature Department. The treasurer's report showed a small deficit, which was, however, met by a special collection and extra subscriptions. Mrs Davies (Llandinam) made an earnest appeal for more funds to carry on the work. The Secretary reported that much good work had been done in various* directions during the year.-In her address from the chair, the Pre- sident said that while lhllercnces of opinion might exist among members of the Union with regard to the justice of and necessity for many events in the political world, all are united in their desire to procure temperance reform. She dwelt upon the fact that we were drawing to the close of a century which had witnessed the rise and growth of the two important movements known as the 11 woman movement," and the temperance movement. The former had produced such a revolution in the position, responsibilities, and opportunities of women, that the whole face of social life and philanthropy had undergone a change. One of the most important results of this was the intelligent interest taken by women in the question ol temperance reform. the history of the many temperance organisations of the age was briefly sketched and tltc vnluc of their work estimated. But m spite of all these agencies they were face to face with the facts that the annual drink bill was steadily growing, and that drunken- ness among women was on the increase. The position, therefore, called for more energetic work jn all directions—iu the home, in society, the State, and the Church, in all of which spheres women could render important service. The President gave expression to the disappointment and indignation of the Union in her reference to the shelving of the three temperance bills before Parliament last session. She also urged the Union to give continued attention to Lord Peel's report and to avail itself of every oppurtunity to secure legislation on the main lines laid down in it
WANTED CARETAKER for the Prestatyn Liberal Association's new club premises.— For information as to duties, &c., apply to Mr F. Jewell, Grey Mount, Prestatyn. (86 WANTED Sitting and Bedroom, Piano, for winter months St Thomas' end or Parade. State lowest inclusive terms.—Address, 85, Journal Office. HYL. Comfortably-furnished HOUSE TO BE LET at very low terms for winter months. Address W.R., Journal Office. (S8 TO BE SOLD, by private treaty, Freehold House and Land called OCHR-Y-MAR1 AN, in the Parish of Cwm, comprising 8 acres, 1 rood, or thereabouts, late in the occupation of Mr Ed Hughes.—Full particulars of Gold Edwards & Co, Solicitors, Denbigh. (72 COOK-GENERAL, Two in family Nowashing Private.—Apply Orleans House, Churton Rd. [84 WANTEi) a Strong BOY for Bakehouse work. Pennam-iit; situation.—Thomas, Confec- tioner, Hi.:h Street, Rhyl. (78 A PERSON of limited means would find Com- forfait Lodgings at a small charge, to live with a lady alone.—M., Clwyd Cottage, o Dyserth, Rhyl. (75 T~~0~BK f.KT FURNiSHED, foi^winter months, Terms moderate. Hafod y Mor, 7 Plastirion Terrace, East Parade, Rhyl.—For particulars apply to R. Price. (73 FOR SALE, DRESS SUIT; Good condition, suit medium figure, cheap for cash.—Apply, A.B.C., Journal Office. (81 for Chester, GENERAL SER- il VANT; one who can wash preferred.— Address, R., 1, Castle Esplanade, Chester. (77 ■fjTTELSH PONIES FOR SALE, aged 5 and 2 T T yeais.—Apply Brynywal, Rhuddlan. (83 HOUSE in River Street TO LET. Immediate _M possession if required. Also a quantity of good useful Furniture at option,—Apply Wm Hall and Co., Auctioneers. (93 1^0 CLOSE AN' ESTATE—2 Freehold Hoiises and Stables, producing £ 70 per annum. Price, X900 if sold at once.—Apply Wm Hall and Co., Auctioneers. (94 F A R -31S. The Property of Mrs Rowley Conwy. TO BE LET PENYMYNYDD FARM (situate about 3J 4 miles from St. Asaph), containing an acreage of 2a. Or. 16p. Garden and Buildings, 96a. 2r. 25p. of Meadow and Pasture Lands, and 47a. Jr. 32p. of Arable Lands. BRYNGLAS FARM (about 41 miles from Rhyl), J) comprising la. 2r. 36p. of Gardens and Buildings, etc., 84a. Or. 37p. of Meadow and Pasture Lands, 97a. 3r. 30p. of Arable Lands. Immediate Possession of either of the Farms can 11 be obtained. For Further Particulars apply to MR W. CONWY BELL, Bodrhyddan Estate Office, 90 Rhuddlan R.S.O. \TT ANTED, by an E~lderly La~rl^7~TH REE y\ UNFURNISHED ROOMS, with quiet, obliging people, who will give slight attention and respectful treatment detached house pre- ferred.—Address Mrs. A., care of Mrs Harry Jones, 1, High Street, Rhuddlan. 95 tlOMFORTABLE LODOINOS for Couple, or > one or two respectable persons. Centre of town. Apply, C.B., Journal Office. (49 MESSRS KEATINGE and JENKS, Dental Surgeons, Vaenol, Rhyl, have a VACANCY for a well educated YOUTH as pupil. Premium moderate. (45 COMFORTABLE LODGINGS or APART- MENTS in John Street for Gentlemen or Young Ladies. Terms very moderate.—Apply 54 Journal Office. WANTED Housemaid-Waitress, thoroughly experienced on 21st; ftood wages, no boots, knives, or coals.—Miss Strevett, Pen-y-don Boarding Establishment. WANTED a Strong Lad as ERRAND BOi*. Apply—R. Kerfoot Hughes, Ironmonger, Rhyl. (56 17URNlSHELr~COTTAGE to be Let during the Winter Months, containing six rooms. Address, 11 Wood Road, Rhyl. 57 rpO LET FURNISHED Small House close to X Parade, also Furnished Cottage at Rhuddlan. Terms moderate. Apply, The Cottage, 5 Russell Road. (59 WANTED in Rhyl to Rent or Buy a Small 5 or 6 roomed House. Also a Building Plot of 120 to 160 square yards. — Builder, 22 High Street, Rhyl. (63 GENERAL SERVANT WANTEDVMUST HAVE some knowledge of plain cooking. Oood wages.—Apply to Mr James Cooke, Talbot Hotel Denbigh. (14 ERTlIICATED XSSISTAXT~ MISTRESS Wanted at once for Flint Mixed School. Salary, £ 65.—Address—Rector, Flint. (13 HYL.-TO BE LEI' with immediate posses- it sion, 3 reception rooms, 4 Bedrooms, bath. Rent £ S0. (26 TTHYL & DISTRICT PROPEREY MART.— JLV Copies containing list of unfurnished houses and properties for Sale can be had gratis on appli- cation to Messrs Berrie and Williams, Auctioneers, Grosvenor Chambers, Rhyl. (26 f PO BE LET FURNISHED from 2nd of October I next, No. 17 Church Street, containing dining drawing, four bedrooms, &r., Bath room, c. w.; w.e., Kitchens, private yard, Wash-house, &c.— For particulars apply at 16 Church Street. 900 rpRlCYCLE for Sale.—In capital condition I price ten pounds.—Apply at the Office of this Paper. (840 VITHY COOK, when you can save time and H trouble by sending to Mrs GREENHOUSE, 37 Queen Street. Hot Roast Beef, Cold Beef, Roast Chickens, &c., sold whole or quartered. Hot Vegetables aud Tarts. (622 A PARTMENTS, with home comforts, at -.Ik reasonable charges. -1 rs W. L. Foster, Raleigh House, Bodfor Street Rhyl. (376 I) HYL. — Private A PART ME N TS7~with or XL without Board. Good cooking and attendance. Apply, Mrs E. Jones, 21 WestPaaade. (589 rpo LET, A LODGIN G HO l'SE^7iThe EaiTt I Parade, containing 10 Entertaining Rooms, 20 Bedrooms, 3 Kitchens, Bathroom, and usual Offices. For full particulars apply to Greeuhalgh and Geary, Rhyl. (278 | YH Y L—Comfortable APARTMENTS TO LET it bathroom (h. & c.) Piano, &c.—Address Mrs B. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. l" rARTMENTS.— TO LET, COMFORTABLE ^JL APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply— 24 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 fPO LET iti best part of Rhyl from May 1st, JL Family Residence 3 Reception Rooms, 8 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms. Rent moderate.— 8 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms. Rent moderate.— Apply, Mr Campling, Eastgate, or the Carriage Works, Bodfor-street, Rhyl. 392 ^T. ASAPH.—Lai •ge Warehouse, conveniently Osituat-ed, TO BE LET.—Immediate prossession Apply, Lloyd, Solicitor, Rhyl. (183 CCOMFORTABLE APARTMENTS, Home from J Home south aspect. Address-Nlrs Yardley' Sunnvside, Brighton Road, Rhyl. (743 T>HYL & DISTRICT,—HOUSES & APARTMENTS XX To LET. OFFICIAL ILLUSTRATED DIRECTORY. On receipt of full particulars- number of rooms, number in party, and time—full information and terms will be sent by post, telegram or telephone.—STATION CHAMBERS, RHYL. (724 MODERN HOUSE TO LET UNFURNISHED 8 rooms, bathroom (li & c) close to parade Rent £25. Apply-J., 23 Queen street, Rhyl. 1, rpo BE~LET~OR SOLl7LAKrTOW ER, SEA X BANK ROAD, Containing 6 Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bath Room, and every modern convenience. WTell built and highly finished. Rent £ 35.—Apply, Greenhalgh and Oeary, Auctioneers, Rhyl. 71 fpHREE (jood CYPURNilsHED ROOMS, with X Attendance, YY anted on the Eastern side of Rhyl.-State lowest terms for a permanency to 97, Journal Ollice, Rhyl. 170R SALE, Policy of Assurance in Prudential i_ Insurance Company for 011 a life, aged 68 last birthday.—For particulars apply to Mr Francis Geary, Auctioneer, Rhyl. (96 DYSERTH. A W AUXIN*; TO C YCHSTS.—A serious accident happcucd on Saturday evening to two Warrington gentlemen. They were descending Ailt-y-graig (where no danger post has been erected), when their machines over-powered them, and they descended the steep gradient at a terrific pace. One of the >entlemen eventually fell, receiving severe wounds 011 his head and knees. He was picked up unconscious by Mr Williams, Pentre- llynuon, who happened to be near, and he drove the sufferer at once to the Alexandra Hotel, Rhyl, where he received prompt medical attention, I < £$ G. R. LA WRENOE, M.P.S. = Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examination, Oppoiite 2°, HIGH STREET, RHYL (PCSI lillfi (fa j Prescription Dept.-Medicines of First Quality, with prompt II J K careful attention, are our leading features. Free Delivery to par j Surgical Appliances and all Requisites for Invalids. AJ Choice Perfumes. I I)// Photographic Department |TT/ CAMERAS, 1/ Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums, Tplephone And every Requisite for .Vo. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers; Instructions Free to Purchasers. DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. STAR SUPPLY STORES, High Street, I 15 Station Road, Rhyl, | Colwyn Bay, And over 200 other Branches and Agencies FOR THE SUPPLY CF Coods Promptly Special Terms Delivered TEAS, PROVISIONS. to to all parts of AND Hotels the town and by our own Vans GENERAL GROCERIES I Boarding: Houses I At Prices showing merely a Fractional Profit above Cost. Patent Medicines at Store Prices. Star Supply Stores. BRANCHES EVERYWHERE. 614 Interesting to Owners of Pianos. The finest piano can be rendered unsatisfactory, and is sometimes spoilt by inefficient tunin g, while even an inferior instrument in the hands of a Skilful Tuner can be GREATLY IMPROVED. For this important work my Thoroughly Practical experience enables me to guarantee the best possible work at moderate charges. Estimates for tunings and repairs, of all classes of musica- instruments, free. A post card will secure the prompt and personal attention of Yours very truly, W. A. BEDDINGTON, Denbigh House7 Rhyl. 293 COMPTON HOUSE. 57 High Street, Rhyl. Autumn and Winter Season. MRS. EDWARDS respectfully invites a visit of inspection to her Show Room which is replete with a choice selection of the Latest Novelties in French and English MlLUNERF AT POPULAR PRICES. Telegrams—Steer. Elivl. Telephone-Ko. 3, Rhyl. H. A. STEER,WINE MERCHANT 73 HIGH STREET, RBrL. GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKEY (Sole Proprietor]. Beer and Stout in Screw-Stopper Flagon, holding John Jameson s and George Roe s Irish Whiskies. Half-Gallon each. Henry Norman Ó: Cie. Martell it Hennessy's Brandies. Nicholson's London Gin. De Kuyper Hollands. I BASS & CO.'S LIGHT BOTTLING ALE. Bass and orthi„«ton s Ale Guume^ Extra Dublin In,renal Pints. 2s. fid. per Dozen Stout ami Export Invalid Nourishing htout. Half Pints. Is. 6d. SpeciaMalue, Own Bottling—t aliforman Burgundy 15s per dozen: Californian Sauterne, 15s per dozel; BASS & CO. S ALES in 9 and IS Gallon Casks. From Is. per GalloB Stietton Hills. Ellis and Son, and Schweppe's & Co "s PALE ALE at Is. 8d. per Gallon. J\IilJcral Waters. Agent for Moet & Chandon's Champagnes. St. Marceaux ———— Champagnes. Rhine and Moselle Wines. Jules Lafaure and Co. s Clares. CIGAKS Wholesale and Retail. Cigars held in Stock of the following well known Brands and Size,Bock Kobuioor and Esplinditos. Jose J oraies, heinus, Ju-aha Ihvma. Hor de tuba Kegalia Modu. J.S. Mimas Cinchas. Boquet Diamantes, Por Larranager Beinltas La Carolina Becroes. Millar y lllar Excelentes Sublimes. Fegurinas. Conchas Especiales, i.a Espmos Jockey Club. La Corona Bomtos Cupidos, El Rev del Mundo Young Ladies. Indian. Bornes. Sumatra La Dutch Cigars; Cigarettes—State Express American and Kallire Egyptian. Pedro Muria Habana. Single Cigare at Wholesale Prices. An inspection is invited. F RST DELIVERY nr AUTUMN GOODS. 9r NOVELTIES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. J. TALBOTT, 60 & 61 High Street, Rhyl. PREE 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) ir, 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 (listrict. 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, Anc tioneers. Valuers and Estate Agents, Rhyl. 13 To LET-14 A UBUR.N LEA," Rea Bank Road ntainingEntertaining Rooms, (i Bedrooms, j bathroom, Lavatory, &c., Box room and ( tllar. ) Highly finished and fitted with electric and J every modern con\enienoe. Sout hern aspect, with uninterrupted view of Vale ofClwyd. Rent, Also, "CXKY HAXK." Sea Bank Road, adjoin- ing above, with same accommodation. Rent, i'.Sii. TO BE SOLD-" LAKE TOWER LODe E I and "No. 2 RYDAL VILLAS," Sea Bank' Road, with similar accommodation to the above. The latter is semi-detached. For further particulars and to view >ippiy to Greenhaljjh and <-cary, Estate Agents, iiarket j Street, Rhyl. Telephone No. 25. (6±(j JOSEPH JONES, successor to the late Mr Wm Evans, Practical UPHOLSTERER. All kinds of work in the above trade attended to per- sonally. Workshop—The Old Aiiuoury, Back Windsor Street. [440 MRS GREENHOUSE, Old-established SER VANTS' REGISTRY, IT Water Street, ia in immediate want of hrst-elcigis ^crvH.n^ for Gentlemen's Families for England and Wales rpo LET, RHYL—Two highly finished Vill,* _I_ Residences \S and Id rooms, bath, itc.) South aspect, facing ak of Clwyd ail modern eon- yeniclIce", p^rfeet^ sanitary arrangement*. Rent 1:25 aiiti X->. Apply to Greenhalgh and Gearv, Auctioneers, hhYi. (314* -n_- 1 A DIES W anting Good Servants, and Servants J with good r«r-ieren«;es, suited daily,—Applv, Mrs Miliums. fja Bedford Street, Rhvl, » acancies. cagland and Wale*. Hours (I t6 8 •^tiiruavs,. Iu OL a. (a6Û 1^1 RNISHE1» HOUSES and FURNISHED APARTMENTS.-RHYL and DISTRICT. \Yc have several tppliciiit., for above waiting replies. Parties having Houses and Apartments Tu Let may send earliest particulars to J. Arthur Evans & 00" Station Chambers, Rhyl. (773
ST. ASAPH. The Parish Council met on Monday last, but there was no business to be transacted. Consider- ing that some members of the Council reside on the Mount Road, it is a pity they did not draw attention to the neglected state ot the hedge on the east side of that highway. What with a luxuriant growth of weeds at the bottom, and the want of trimming, the hedge takes up nearly the whole of the pathway. Where are the road officials that they do not insist upon people doing their duty ?