GENERAL ELECTION, 1900. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE COUNTY OF FLINT. BROTHER ELECTORS,—Colonel Howard has consented to allow himself to be j^minated at the pending General Election as 'Zionist Candidate, in support of the Govern- ment of Lord Salisbury. As you are aware, e is, at present, serving his Queen and ^°untry with the Army under Lord Roberts in °uth Africa, and as the Election will take PIace somewhat earlier than expected, it is 1111possible that he should address you in the Usual manner. However, as we have had recent communication with him, and are well acquainted with his political opinions on all Objects of interest, we are able to speak to You on his behalf. Q The very gallant fight which he made in the County at the last Election, when the majority our opponents was reduced by more than a -*0 votes, entitles him to our full confidence a.s a Candidate, but at the present time he P^cially deserves our most active and earnest ^Pport. an^ mos^ important question with c" the Electors have to deal is the settle- eilt of the extremely important portion of rp r Colonial Empire which lies in South Africa. War there has now practically come to an thanks to the gallant efforts of our Army, not least to those who like Colonel Howard so many others from our neighbourhood, given up the peace and quiet of their d life, to encounter the hardships and ajigers of War. Colonel Howard, we know, 11 heartily support the Government in their f ^ared aim of securing for these countries the n I0w'ng conditions, so completely absent n<ler Boer rule :— j-' —-Equal freedom for all white men. ^•-—Justice and equity for the native races. Security and fair play for trade, mining, and agriculture. ^•—-Absolute prevention of the recurrence of the troubles of the last year. th Military rule must prevail for a time until Passions aroused by the War have subsided, nen the same local Government, which tQeVa^s in all our Colonies, may be expected I weld the population of these provinces into ?yal, united, and prosperous people. will be a great advantage to send to thrhament a representative who has studied difficult problem on the spot, as Colonel ^ard has done. th °ne^ H°war^ a^so warmly support jj6 Government in their general Colonial °*lcy, which in the past four years has done niuch to bind together the mother and a^ghter countries in bonds of both affection interest, a policy which has already pro- Q Ced Confederation in Australia, and in ,,aflada an alteration of Tariff in favour of reat Britain, whilst in South Africa it has |JVen Lord Roberts from all parts of the ^pire some of the best soldiers that he has had, the present time we are engaged with j 6 most troublesome and perplexing questions China, which will greatly tax the skill and ^gitten*- of our statesmen, who have to exact Potation for evils in the past, and secure evention of their recurrence in the future, aintaining the while an open door for our ij^merce. This has to be effected without faking -up the Concert of the Powers engaged us as Allies, whose aims are not all in a ^iform direction. 1t} It is little that individuals can do in this Q atter, but it is much that constituencies can } towards the promotion of peace and the e?est of this country. There is during this ^ection, by returning supporters of Lord ]sbury's Government, an opportunity of Peaking directly both to the Chinese and to j r Allies, and telling them that Lord Salisbury the mouthpiece as 'well as the guide of a '^ed country. o Although Colonial and Foreign questions are niost urgent, domestic affairs will have place, and here it is satisfactory to know at in Colonel Howard we have one who thinks f r institutions should be improved and not the ade'in fact that he is prepared to act in C spirit which gave to Ireland County II oUncils, and which has placed "on the Statute .A. oak during the last five years a number of dealing with Education, Local Govern- ^t, Artizans' Dwellings, Compensation for Indents, the Protection of Workmen in lries and Factories, the Safety of Railway tetvants, and many others, which contrast 0^°urably with the absolutely barren efforts the predecessors of the present Government. llln conclusion, we confidently appeal to you, pother Electors, to give, by your votes to °nel Howard, that support to the Govern- or ^t, which is so important on the present j^Casion, not merely for the purpose of secur- for them a majority in Parliament, but the Marquis of Salisbury may speak to t})6 ^oer> the Chinese, and all the Powers of j. e ^'orld as the trusted leader of a united and Solute Country. THE COMMITTEE FOR PROMOTING THE ELECTION OF °T0NEL HENRY LLOYD HOWARD 1'. W. Hoc HER, Election Agent, Flint, September, 1900. (108
ACTION NEWS AND NOTES, ^at ?orresPondent calls attention to (he fac did Was IJ°r^ Salisbury's Government that td awaywwith the Nonconformist grievance of 'tb11:\1Z' a registrar to attend marriages in chapels; lja '^t the Burial Grounds Act of this year fyi8. settled a tiresome controversy on broad lines lch have been approved by Churchmen and OtlC)nformists with equal heartiness. (jt °c following is a copy of a letter from Mr ^^berlain to an elector in Montgomeryshire: tjje Pear S.r,—I heartily wish yon success in IUL, 8^ yoa are waging on behalf of Captain peo e.rt Wynn, who is at the front. The Welsh &od **ave mact0 great sacrifices in the war, I Welshmen were among the Outlanderf. tb°Ppression brought it about. I have heard t})e .the wife of Edgar, who was murdered by tjj Boer police, was a ^Welshwoman. I hope, th erefore, that the Welsh people will not allow Jje results of the war aDd the losses which ^ji.e been incurred to be thrown away, bat SeD<J men to parliament who will support the ^he government, and to prevent j~0er States from ever again being a menace J. p anKer to British interests. —Yours truly, ^BAMBEBLAIN." o„e M r Chamberlain," says Mr Edmund Barton, of the Federal delegates from New South u8 £ s> to an interviewer at home, "struck me of strongest Parliamentarian. He is a man Mr^-rea^ f°1Ce character, very able, very Ag°| ar'd> iJ nry opinion, perfect!}' honest, to his character there are two things by t" leh you can espfcially judge a man-thc, biaril with which his family holds him and deiDearour towaids ladies. If you test Opj^berlain by any such criterion your good a P'°Q of his personality is confirmed." This is J ne fstimate of the Colonial Secretary indeed, hj8 ^Rht to be widely read just now when °Pb aratter is so bitterly assailed by political of It is pleasant to know also that two Hw e most personally charming men Mr Farton AKI ^Dring bis visit to this country wrffe Mr Dr Balfour and Mr John Morley. 'ioS1 tbe whole the election appears to b#l "with good humour. There have of ^ew fxceptions. At Ferndale a crowd but few (xceptions. At Ferndale a crowd to Afabon colliers refused to give a hearing 1\ the Conservative candidate. A sure sign of Hineak case> or of senselessness. The Radicals p0j- to capture the platform at a non- meeting when a lecture in Carnarvonshire delivered on South Africa. The chairman aUd'De<^ his seat. He sent for his snpper, >e ^8s eating it complacently whilst the Radicals J)e*e yelling like mad. After finishing his sop-j about midnight, he gave up the chair to ccal policeman. It stated that Flint Boroughs have never yet I a Tory t° Parliament- Perhaps had 1 been some pf the» wobW a little j brighter and more flourishing than Mold, Flint, and Holywell are at present. Let them give the Tories a chance of doing something for the various towns. In Chester Mr Yeiburgh is being opposed by Mr Thomas Howell Williams Idris, chemist and mineral water manufacturer, London. Mr Idris is a Welshman, and has been angling for many seats. He has not picked a safe one at Chester and in a few days the city will know him no more. The polling for Denbigh Boroughs takes place this day (Friday). Mr Clement Edwards, the Radical Candidate, being in favour of Home Rule, will receive the support of the Wrexham United Irish League. Other Catholics, who set such vital questions as the schools and education b fore a moribund Home Rule, will vote for Mr Kenyon. Several newspapers, including the "Times," were on Tuesday morning hoaxed over the Oldham election, and were made to say that Mr Winston Churchill was at the bottom of the poll. In some of these papers the statement did not agree with the comments on the Oldham election. Many Radicals took comfort for a brief period of the day from the inaccurate report. Mr Emmett, the elec ted Liberal member, said that his party was bitterly disappointed at the election of Churchill. The Unionist Clnb-room at Rbyl is to be found at the Town Hall, the room untiL recently occu- pied by Mr Hall, auctioneer. The room is open every evening, and papers and reports can be inspected by any Unionist. The distorted version of Mr Chamberlain's con- nection with Kynoch's firm is being circulated widely, despite the contradiction that the tales are not worse than other lies with which the Home Rulers and pro-Boers endeavour to bolster up a bad cause." Contrary to expectations Mr Osmond Williams, Castell Deudraetb, was selected by the Merioneth- shire Radicals as their candidate, in preference to a gentleman from Manchpf;tr named Mr Leif Jones, who until the selection actually took place was supposed to be first favourite. We commend the Radicals for selecting a county man in pre- ference to an utter stranger. There is not a Radical that goes about these days but girds at the Agricultural Rates Act, passed by the Government in 1896, in which pro- vision was made that after March, 1897, occupiers of land should pay only one-half of the rate in the £ payable in respect of buildings. No measure, except, perhaps, that providing relief of rates on clerical incomes, has suffered so much misrepresentation as that Act. In spite of patent facts, the Radicals aver that it is nothing but a dole" for the benefit of the landlords. There is absolutely no evidence to show that landlords have benefited by the Act in the way suggested by the Radicals-by raising the rents. The evidence is all the other way. The only two classes who have profited by the measure are the farmers themselves and the agricultural labourers, whose wages in many localities have been raised in consequence. Evidence to that effect was tendered by three unimpeachable witnesses before the Royal Commission on Local Taxation, namely, Mr Samuel Rowlandson, once a Radical candidate for the North Riding of Yorkshire; Mr Albert Pell, formerly M.P. for Leicestershire and Capt. Pretyman, M.P. for South east Suffolk. Nothing would so please the Radicals as to get hold of an instance of any landlord raising the rent by reason of the Act. But they cannot produce one example. One is puzzled to reconcile the conduct and the sayings of Radicals in this town. They will tell you that Mr Smith is going to win "hands down, with a thumping majority of fifteen hundred." If that is the case why this terrible energy in canvassing? Why agitate themselves? The fact is that, dwpite a'l their protestation to the con- trary. th, yare afiaul that Mr Smith's small majority at the last election will be completely wiped off at the nr. sent. r — 1 — Before the Ballot Ad was passed we heard a great deal about the "TuIY Screw," but at the first election after the ballot was passed Mr Disraeli got a majority of 50. The Tories did screw their tenants, and so did the Radicals. But now the screwing is generally on the part of the latter. The Co Sii-vat!vfs, now that they cannot do it openly, dibtain to do it in a cowardly, under- handed, manner. Considerable surprize was felt that Mr Smith'# Election Address, accompanied by scurrilous cartoons, should be delivered in this town on a Sunday morning. We would not have expected this in connection with Mr Smith's candidature. It entailed considerable extra Sunday work for the postmen. Besides that, the great majority of the electors in this county do not desire to carry election turmoil into their Sunday life. We repeat again that we would not have expected it In the present election there are 16 Noncon- formist candidates classed as Unionists, and 12 as Conservatives. There are nine Jews who are Unionist candidates. How strange are these Liberal conversions to Imperialism A week before the elections, as Mr Chamberlain points out, the voice of the Opposition was that of denunciation of the war. Now those who denounce the war may be counted on the fingers. Where are the Little Englanders? Their voice is no longer heard in the land. Sudden and wholesale conversions do not inspire confidence in their sincerity, and in this case one cannot help the feeling that they are prompted by the desire to conform to the clearly manifested feeling of the British populations, lest the feeble Opposition of the last Parliament should become even more feeble in that which is now being elected. This is why Mr Stevens in East Bir- mingham sends out his portrait with the Union Jack and the Royal Standard emblazoned on the lame card At a time when Radical candidates are making desperate efforts to conceal the vital issue before the electors by attacking the Government on its sins of omission and commission in regard to social legislation, the attention of working men, in rural districts especially, may appropriately be directed to one measure which is not the least important of the many the Unionist Government have placed on the Statute Book. The Act ex- tending to workmen engaged in agriculture the benefits of the Woikmen's Compensation Act of 1897 places the rural woiker on an equality with his comrades employed in industrial occupations, who have greatly benefited by Mr Chamberlain's labours to secure for them better treatment in case of accident. A correspondent states that paragraph ten in Mr Smith's election address is a libel on the. National Schools and their management. He suggests further Board Schools. Do the rate- payers relish increased rates ? When first in- troduced, the Radicals stated that 3d in the £ would suffice. Some of them cost 2s. Paragraphs 11 and 12 are a species of omnibus clauses, including projects for robbing the poor man of his beer, robbing the landlords and conveiting contented Wales into another Ireland, with class set against class. Farmers should recollect that their burdens have been considerably relieved (Mr Smith says to the extent of aC3,000,000 per annum), and that it was not by Mr Smith and his party, but by Lord Salisbury and his Unionist Government. Paragraph 13. Mr Smith will find if be reads the papers that he has been forestalled, the Government having de- cided to give all disabled soldiers and sailors 10s Od per week. The Unionists have no reason to regret the return of Mr Keir Hardie in the place of Mr Pritchard Morgan for Merthyr Tydvil. But what must be the feeling of the Radical party particularly those who call themselves Radical Imperialists! Mr Keir Hardie is politically and ocially a wild revolutionist, and can be safely elied on during the present Parliament to do he Radical Party incalculableham.
Owing to the special process, 1 § Symington's Edinburgh Coffee i Essences produce no heartburn lj or biliousness. Cheap, strong, pure. Small and large bottles. §j Prom all Grocers. 4 j| From all Grocers. 4 j| By MESSRS. WALLIS & SCOTT. NOTICE. OWING to the continued ill-health of Mr. F. J. Sarson, the Business formerly carried on by Sarson & Scott will, in future, be carried on by MR. F. WALLIS and MR. F. J. SCOTT, under the style of W ALLIS COII. 101 Sales bu Eurtion By Mr GEORGE PERKINS. 19 RIVER STREET, RHYL- SALE OF SUPERIOR ANTIQUE & MODERN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11th, 1900. MR GEORGE PERKINS has received in- struction from Mrs Marsh to Sell by Public Auction on the above premises, without reserve, the whole of the Superior Modern and Antique Household Furniture and Effects, yiz. IN SITTING Rooits.-Drawing Room Suite Furni- ture in old gold Utrecht Velvet, Dining Room Suite in Leather, Antique Mahogany Chippendale Set Dining Tables, Superior Bevelled Plate Glass Overmantel, Mirror in Gilt and Mahogany Frames, Costly Medium Sized Spanish Mahogany Sideboard with Cellarette and Sliding Trays, Mahogany Chiffonier, Occasional and other Tables, Lounge Chairs in Wicker, Brass Rail Fenders and Sets of Fire Brasses, Antique (genuine) Chippendale Bureau with Cathedral Glass Bookcase above fitted with pigeon holes, &c, Pencil Drawings, Prints, Engravings and various Pictures, Brussels and other Carpets, Antique Copper Urn in good perservation, Costly Brass Gas Chandeliers and Globes, Mahogany Dining Table, Whatnots, Couch, Easy Chairs, Skin Rugs, Costly Hand- painted Vales and other China, Lace and other Hangings, Plants, &c., &c. CONTENTS OF Six BEDRO(lrIS.-Ainerican Walnut Bedroom Suites with Wardrobes, Marble Top Washstands with Tile Backs, Dressing Tables with Bevelled Plate-Glass Mirrors, Chairs, Pedestals, Towel Rails, Superior Bedsteads, Feather Beds, Hair, Wool, and other Mattresses, Antique Oak Chest-of-drawers (chest over chest), Sets of Toilet Ware, Pictures, Linen, Blankets, Quilts, Carpets, Oilcloth, Marble Top Washstands, Dressing Tables, &c. ENTRANCE HALL AND STAIRCASE.—Large Cocoa Mat, Hat and Umbrella Stand, Stag's Head, Barometer, Pair of Crimsom Repp Curtains, Brass and Ruby Glass Hall Lamp, Marble Top Table and Mirror, Mahogany Butler's Tray and Stand, Linoleum, Valuable Grandfather's Clock in Mahogany Case, Pictures, Brussells Stair Carpets, Massive Stair Rods, Linoleum, &c., &c. KITCHEN AND OUTSIDE.—Capital Large Painted Cupboard fitted with! Drawers, Shelves, &c., Side- Table with Drawers, Mahogany and other Chairs, Copper Warming Pan, Fenders, Fire Irons, Saucepans, Fish Kettle, Large "Eureka" Gas Stove in good condition, Costly China Tea Service, part Breakfast Service, Dinner Ware, China, Glass. Cutlery, and Various Kitchen Utensils. The Goods will be on view morning of Sale. Terms Cash. Sale to Commence at 12 o'clock to the minute. The HOUSE TO BE LET immediately after the Sale and possession given to suitable tenant. For further particulars apply on the premises, or to MR GEORGE PERKINS, Auctioneer, 134 ABERGELE. By AIR JV. HALL. Fire-Resisting Safes. A CONSIGNMENT of the Above will Shortly be Sold by Auction. WM. HALL & Co., Auctioneers, 20 Town Hall, Rhyl. BY MR FRED WALLIS. DIDDOSFA, HAFOD ELWY, ST. ASAPH. MR FRED WALLIS will Sell by Public Auction, at the above address, on TUES- DAY, 16th OCTOBER, 1900, commencing at 12-30 o'clock: the whole of the Household Furniture and Effects. For particulars see Posters. (141
MR. SMITHS CANDIDATURE. Liberal Meetings at Rhyl. Last night the Liberals took advantage of the presence in the town of Mr Ellis Jones- Griffiths, M.P., to hold two meetings. The first one was held in the Vale Road British School, but there was a poor muster, the gathering at no time numbering more than 80 to 100. Mr R Llewellyn Jones occupied the chair, and he spoke for upwards of half an hour in anticipation of the arrival of Mr Ellis Jones Griffiths, In his speech he criticised the policy of the Unionist Government, and compared the two candidates for the County of Flint, speaking nothing but praise for Mr Samuel Smith, and the opposite tor Colonel Howard, who he said had done nothing for Flintshire. He referred to the gift of dtlOOo which Mr Smith had given towards intermediate education. The landlords and parsons came in for an equal share of criticism. The speaker was especially severe on the Government, who he alleged had taxed the towns in order to reduce the rates of the landlords in the rural districts. Mr J Roberts Jones proposed a resolution ex- pressing thanks to Mr Samuel Smith for 14 years' faithful service, and pledging the meeting to return him with an increased majority. The speaker then criticised the Government on the conduct of the war, and referred to the charges against it with reference to the hospitals. Mr J W Jones also spoke, and the meeting was afterwards addressed in Welsh by Mr Ellis Jones Griffiths. The resolution was carried. At Christ Churoh Schools There was a good attendance, and when the contingent from the Vale road meeting arrived the room was filled. Mr E P Jones presided, and said that they as Liberals had reason to feel proud that they had the opportunity of returning such a man as Mr Samuel Smith, who was true to the prin- ciples of Liberalism and would serve the county faithfully and well, his extensive know- ledge of commerce placing him in a position to help forward the trade of the country (applause). The Rev J Verrier Jones touched on the war question, and fonnd fault with the Government as to its conduct. He also urged that it was the duty of the people to return to Parliament men who would advocate social reforms. The Rev E E Ingham, in the course of an able speech, traversed the political arena, and dwelt on the advantages which, in his opinion, were to be obtained by voting for the Liberal candidates. He contended that [the Liberals were the party who carried out the reforms necessary for the welfare of this country. He plainly told the audience that he had been with the Government on the war question from the starting of it, but he did not agree with their foreign policy. Mr Ellis Jones Griffiths said he was pleased to say that for the first time for 50 yearsthe Conserva- tives in Anglesey had showed their good sense in not opposing the return of a Liberal (applause). He was more than surprised that the Tories of Flintshire were opposing Mr Samuel Smith, who had served the county faithfully and well for 14 years (applause). He honoured Colonel Howard for what he had done in going to South Africa, and thought that he would be better engaged there, and could do more service than entering the House of Commons (applause). If he wanted a soldier he would support Colonel Howard, but if he wanted a statesman he would prefer Mr Samuel Smith (applause). In 1895 the people of Flintshire had said that they did not want Colonel Howard, and they would on the 13th inst. repeat that declaration. It was true that Mr Samuel Smith did not know the Welsh language, but his steadfastness to the Welsh Liberal Party entitled him to their respect and admiration (applause). The speaker said he looked forward with interest to the first meeting of the Welsh Liberal Party since he had heard the result of the elections at Swansea and Merthyr (applause and laughter). He felt proud that Welsh Nonconformists were represented by such men as Mr Samuel Smith, and he hoped he would be returned by an increased majority (applause). He then proceeded to criticise in very severe terms the policy and conduet of Mr Chamberlain, who he said had got the Tories into an awful mess, and had forced on the election (applause) He dealt with Mr Chamberlain's political career, and said that whereas the Colonial Secretary pleaded for patriotism before politics he really wanted the people to put Chamberlain before both (applause) He contended that the Liberal Party would be best able to settle the Transvaal question, and that afterwards they would give the people those social reforms which were needed. He urged that overcrowding in the towns:and:overdrin kiug were crying evils that would have to be dealt with. In conclusion he asked that Mr Samuel Smith would be triumphantly returned (applause). M r S Perks proposed a vote of thanis t,o Mr Ellis Jones Griffiths, Mr R Bromley seconded, and it was carried. Mr R Llewellyn Jones then proposed a vote of confidence in Mr Samuel Smith. This was so carried, and the meeting closed With a vote f thanks W the Chairman,
I Notices FLINTSHIRE CONSTABULARY. TENDERS FOR COAL. TENDERS to supply theundermentioned Stations JL with Coal, stating quality and price per ton, delivered as required during the year ending 30th September, 1901, to be sent to the Chief Constable, Mold, on or before the 1st October next. Stations-Mold, Holywell, Rhyl, St. Asaph, Caerwys, Mostyn, Flint, Connah's Quay, Buckley, Hawarden, Saltney, Overton, and Hanmer. TENDERS FOR CLOTHING. Sealed Tenders for Clothing required for 1901 will be received up to the 31st October. Forms of Tender may be obtained and samples of each article seen between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the County Constabulary Office, Mold, where tenders for Police Clothing are to be addressed "Tender for Clothing." The lowest or any other Tender not necessarily accepted. THE URBAN DISTRICT OF PRESTATYN NOTICE. ——————-————————— NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under the Provisions of the Municipal Corporations (Borough Funds) Act 1872, a MEETING will be held on TUESDAY, THE 9TH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1900, at the Tows HALL, PRESTATYN, at 7-30 p.m., in pursuance of a requisition duly signed, for the purpose of passing a Resolution of the Owners and Ratepayers of the Urban District of Prestatyn to confirm the promotion of a Bill by the Prestatyn Urban District Council for the purpose of con- sidering (and if thought fit) of passing a Resolution that the Council do promote a Bill in the next Session of Parliament for acquiring the Dyserth, Meliden. and Prestatyn Water Undertaking, for the construction of New Reservoir or Reservoirs and other Works for improving the Water Supply of Prestatyn and districts, as defined in the Water Orders Confirmation Act, 1881, relating to Dyserth, Meliden, and Prestatyn Water, for acquiring additional Land and Rights, for borrowing money for such purposes, for additional powers with respect to matters relating to the Water Under- taking, and for other purposes. Dated this 27th day of September, 1900. By Order, 116) J. JONES, Chairman. SARAH CHARLOTTE BURD, Deceased. NOTICE. I HEREBY REQUEST that all CLAIMS against the Instate of the late SARAH CHARLOTTE BURD, Widow, of 8, Belle Vue Terrace, Rhyl, who died on September the 5th last, may be sent at once to me, the undersigned. HENRY OWEN, Acting Executor, The Cedars, Shrewsbury. October 2nd, 1900. 130 Re CANON OWEN JONES, Deceased. l^L Persons having any CLAIMS against the J\. Estate of CANON OWEN JONES, late of the Rectory, Bodelwyddan, are requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned on or before the Rectory, Bodelwyddan, are requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned on or before th e 22nd inst. Dated 1st day of October, 1900. PARRY JONES & FRAJSCIS. Denbigh, 182) Solicitors for the Executors. COKE. THE GAS COMMITTEE now have a large Stock of COKE on hand. Price at the Gas Works 13s 4d per ton. Reduce your Coal Bill by using Coke. The Gas Works, Rhyl, 4th Oct., 1900. NOTICE. THE BETHEL C.M. CHAPEL ANNUAL CONCERT and ENTERTAINMENT will be held at the Town Hall, THURSDAY, NOV. 15th. Please see future announcements. \141 Re ALFRED CHARLES CASSON, deceased. Pursuant to the Act of Parliament 22nd Vic., Cap. 35 intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of property and to relieve Trustees," TyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all creditor! Li and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of Alfred Charles Casson, late of Roualeyn, Bath Street, Rhyl, in the County of Flint, gentleman, deceased (who died on the 5th day of July, 1900, and Letters of Administration to whose estate were granted by the St. Asaph District Registry of the Probate Division of Her Majesty's High Court of Justice, on the 16th day of August, 1900, to Anne Casson, the Relict and Widow of the said deceased,are hereby requested to send the particulars in writing of their claims and demands to us the undersigned on or be- fore the 1st day of November, 1900, after which date the said Administratrix will proceed to distribute the assets of the said deceased amongst the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice, and she will not be liable for the assets of the said deceased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands she shall not then have had notice. Dated this 4th day of October, 1900. GAM LIN & WILLIAMS, r Rhy1, 152 Solicitors for the said Administratrix^ COMFORTABLE LODGINGS for One or Two Young Men or Married Couple also Apart- ments; terms very moderate.—Apply Emeral Villa, Elwy Street, Rhyl. 118 ON SALE.—ANDIRON FOOTBRIDGE, 30ft long by 4ft wide, six iron pillars, pitch pine footway. For further particulars apply to E. H. Roberts, Clerk to the Dyserth Parish Council, Dyserth, Rhyl. 137 T"0 LET FURNISHED a nice House close to Parade, very moderate terms for winter. Address-M .D., Journal Office. 138 TO LET on Marine Drive comfortable APART- MENTS with a private f»mily; Terms moderate. Or would let house furnished.— Address J.H., Journal Office. (140 0MF01VrA 1»LE APARTMKNLS in River C Street for Ladies or Gentlemen, with or without board. Terms moderate. Apply to R. A., Journal Office. 147 TO LET Furnished — Westminster House, 17 Church Street. For terms and key apply at No. 16 Church Street. (145 APPLES, dessert and winter, for Sale, cheap prices, at the Botanical Gardens. Rhyl. (146 OAIFO IBLE, APARTlENTS, permanency I C or otherwise, terms moderate. Brig-y-don, Wellington road. 143 APARTMENTS To Let, permanent or other" wise; close to sea. Apply—"Sands," Journal Office. 142 WANTED" at once, a le (aRL as W general. Apply-Mrs Talbott, 5 Queen St. 144 r| O BE SOLD, Cheap, a Good~Bassjnette. Apply, X Mrs Hopkins, Dudley Hotel. Rhyl. 150 OTICE.—MR T. WILLIS'JONES has decided to keep STUDIO open on N to keep the 1\L\CXET STUDIO open on THURSDAY AFTERNOONS if appointments are made before 12-30. (149 WINTER APARTMENTS, low terms.—Mrs Kinsey, 26 Abbey Street. Rhyl. (126 \T7ANTEDT^\oung ~0TRLT~aW 15, as W NURSE and to Assist in Housework.— Address R. J.. Journal Office. 127 RHY L.-TO BE SOLD, as a going concern, a it Splendidly E URNISHED LODGING- HOUSE, with an excellent connection, situated at the West End of Promenade. The Well-erected House is of Recent Construction, has every Modern Convenience, and is in very good con- dition. Contains a good number of Entertaining Rooms and Bedrooms. Established 23 years. Returns of last few years shown to bona-fide applicants, Possession by arrangement. Price E2200,-Apply, by letter to E. P.. P., Ottice of this Paper. 139 1^0 LET.—No. 2 and 4, VUE TERRACE, BATH STREET three enter, taining, eight bed rooms, bathroom, h. and c., w.c., kitchen and back kitchen, yard, w.c., coal- house, garden front and back vacant possession. —Jos. Williams, Auctioneer, Rhyl. 135 /COMFORTABLE LODGINGS or APART- MENTS m Sisson Street for Three Respectable Y Qung Men terms moderate.—Miss Pftvies, rrrvor Houae, Rhyl, jog T) HYL—To be disposed of, a well FURNISHED JLt HOUSE on the front. Apply Jones, 43 West Parade. (103 FURNISHED APARTMENTS to be Let, in JC private house in Wellington Road, near St. John's Church. Address—E.F.G., Journal Office. 104 LOST KEY American Top Roller Desk, Mon- day last. Reward. Miss Strevett, Pen-y-don. 99 COMFORTABLE Winter Rooms, with or with- out board. Bath (h. & c.). Piano.—Tony Mor, Church; treet, Rhyl. (102 WANTED Housemaid-Waitress, also a Strong Girl to help generally.—Apply to Mrs Chad wick, Plas Newydd, Ruthin. (105 PERMANENT APARTMENTS or Lodgings.— ± 17 River Street. (101 F"URNISTTEf) COTTAGES TO LET, over Jf locking the Vale of Clwyd, 2 miles from Rail; 3- weekly. Also 7 rooms, £6 for the winter months; Unfurnished, £4 a year.—Apply A Jones, Ochr-y fuel, Dyserth. (119 FERN VTI.LA, LakeAvenue. — Double Bedroom JL an 1 Sitting Room, with or without Board. Moderate tenns. [115 FULL BOARD RESIDENCE, 12s weekly; lib tal table; home comforts; minute from Edward Henry St. [114 LAD WANTED, 14 or 15, for Country Bake- _Lj house. Apply—17 River Street. (113 ARLTON HOUSE, 20, WEST PARADE^- Reduced Terms for Winter Months, or Permanency recom. Ill COMFORTABLE WINTER APARTMENTS close to Eta; central share of living room if desired. Terms very moderate.—F.K., Journal Office 112 lOR SALE, CYCLE Royal Ajax"; r 77 gear; only wants seeing £5 5s.— Parkes, Vale Road. 120 HOUSEKEEPER wanted. — Apply to Mr ±1 Bibby, Rhydorddwy Fawr Farm, Rhyl. (124 RHY L. Comfortably-furnished HOUSE TO JL\ BE LET at very low terms for winter months. Address W.R., Journal Office. (SS PT^O BE SOLD, by private treaty, Freehold 1 House and Land called OCHR-Y-MARIAN, 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 C100K-GENERAL, Two in family Nowashing I Private.—Apply Orleans House, Churton Rd. [84 WANTED a Strong BOY for Bakehouse work. Permanent situation.—Thomas, Confec- tioner, High Street, Rhyl. (78 A PERSON of limited means would find Com- fortable Lodgings at a small charge, to live with a lady alone.—M., Clwyd Cottage, Dyserth, RhyI. (75 TOlJE LET FURNISHED, for winter months, -L Terms moderate. Hafod y Mor, 7 Plastirion Terrace, East Parade, Rhyl.—For particulars apply to R. Price. (73 FOR SALE, DRESS S'CIT;- Good condition, jL suit medium figure, cheap for cash.—Apply, A.B.C., Journal Office. (SI WANTED, for Chester, GENERAL SER- VANT one who can wash preferred.— Address, R., I, Castle Esplanade, Chester. (77 SALE, aged 5 and 2 H years.—Apply Brynywal, Rhuddlan.- (83 FARMS. The Property of Mrs Rowley Conwy TO BE LET: PENYMYNYDI) FARM (situate about 3t J_ miles from St. Asaph), containing an acreage of 2a. Or. 16p. Garden and Buildings, 96a. 2r. 25p. of Meadow and Pasture Lands, and 47a. 2r. 32p. of Arable Lands. BRYNGLAS FARM (about 4A miles from Rhyl), 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 be ootained. For Further Particulars apply to Mn W. CONWY BELL, Bodrhyddan Estate Office, 90 Rhuddlan R.S.O. 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. rpo LET FURNISHED Small House close to JL Parade, also Furnished Cottage at Rhuddlan. Terms moderate. Apply, The Cottage, 5 Russell Road. (59 HYL k DISTRICT PROPEREY MART.- JH 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 rpo BE LET FURNISHED from 2nd of October X next, No. 17 Church Street, containing dining drawing, four bedrooms, &o., Bath room, c.w.; Kitchens, private yard, Wash-house, &c.— For particulars apply at 16 Church Street. 900 rpRlCYCLE for Sale.—In capital condition JL price ten pounds.—Apply at the Office of this Paper. (840 WHY COOK, when you can save time and rf trouble by sending to Mrs GREENHOUSE, 37 Queen Street. Hot Roast Beef, Cold Beef, Roast Chickens, &c., sold whole or quartered. Hot Vegetables and Tarts. (622 APARTMENTS, with home comforts, at reasonable charges.—Mrs WT. L. Foster, Raleigh House, Bodfor Street Rhyl. (376 RHYL. Private APARTMENTS, with or XV without Board. Good cooking and attendance. Apply, Mrs E. Jones, 21 West Paaade. (589 rpo LET, A LODGING-HOUSE on the East X Parade, containing 10 Entertaining Rooms, 20 Bedrooms, 3 Kitchens, Bathroom, and usual Offices. For full particulars apply to Greenhalgh and Geary, Rhyl. (278 RHYL-comfortable APARTMENTS TO LET JItj bathroom (h. & c.) Piano, &c.—Address Mrs B. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. FARTMENTS.— TOLET, COMFORTABTE APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply— 24 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 rpO LET in best part of Rhyl from May 1st, Family Residence 3 Reception Rooms, 8 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms. Rent moderate.— Apply, lr Campling, Eastgate, or the Carriage Works, Bodfor-street, Rhyl. 392 ST. ASAPH.—Large Warehouse, conveniently situated, TO BE LET.—Immediate prossession Apply, Lloyd, Solicitor, Rhyl. (183 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS, Home from Home south aspect. Address—Mrs Yardley, Sunnvside, Brighton Road, Rhyl. (743 MODERN HOUSE TO LET UNFURNISHED -L'JL 8 rooms, bathroom (h & c) close to parade Rent £25. Apply—J., 23 Queen street, Rhyl. L. To BE LET OR SOLD LAKE TOWER, SEA JL BANK ROAD, Containing 6 Bedrooms, Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bath Room, and every modern convenience. Well built and highly finished. Rent £ 35.—Apply, Greenhalgh and Geary, Auctioneers, Rhyl. 71 rpHREE Good UNFURNISHED ROOMS, with JL Attendance, Wanted on the Eastern side of Rhyl. State lowest terms for a permanency to 97, Journal Office, Rhyl. FOR SALE, 1 olicy of Assurance in Prudential Insurance Company for £ 100 on a life, aged 68 last birthday. For particulars apply to Mr Francis Geary, Auctioneer, Rhyl. (96 F OR SALE Good Bay Pony, about 13 hands J' warranted sound and quiet also two good useful Harness Horses, 15 hands, warranted good workers, single or pair. Apply_M. J. Williams, Newtown Carriage Works, Sisson Street, Rhyl. (123 GROCERY, Provisions, and Italian Goods Trade. Wanted, IMPROVER or JUNIOR ASSISTANT at once, to live in. Apply—Williams, Bridge End Stores, Newtown, Mont. rpUDNO HOUSE, SlSSON~STREET. —TO BE LET, with immediate possession six rooms. —Apply on the Premises. 131 ANTED, a Respectable Y'oung GIRL to f Learn Confectionery and Fruit Business.—- Apply Miss Holloway, 16, High Street, Rhyl. (133 I^URNISHED ROOMS to Let, for either Lady or Gentleman, or the House (small) Let Furnished or Unfurnished,—Address W. R. 2., Journal Qffise, 13 I & G. R. LAWRENCE, M.P. S. ? Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examination, HIGH STREET, RHYL (P0C^ITE t M M J) ) Prescription Dept."Medicines of First Quality, with prompt t -JW °1 ^Ui careful attention, are our leading features. Free Delivery to pat \(l~ f Tjmm Surgical Appliances and all Requisites for Invalids. J Choice Perfumes. L PI/ Photographic Department CAMERAS, I Jj Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums, Trlephone And every Requisite for Vo. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers, |Kt Instructions Free to Purchasers. DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. STAR SUPPLY STORES, High Street, 115 Station Road, Rhyl, I Colwyn Bay, And over 200 other Branches and Agencies FOR THE SUPPLY CF c°tr:Pt'y I TEAS, PROVISIONS. to all parts of Hotels the town and by our own Vans GENERAL GROCERIES I Boarding Housee J At Prices showing merely a Fractional Profit above Cost. n 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 tuniri 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. n Estimates for tunings and repairs, of all classes of musica- instruments, free. in A post card will secure the prompt and personal attention of Yours very truly, W. A. BEDDINGTON, Denbigh House, 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 MlLTJJSERY AT POPULAR PRICES. Telegrams—Steer, Rhvl. Telephone—No. 3, Rhyl. H. A. STEER,WINE MERCHANT 73 HIGFI STREET, RBYL. GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKEY (Sole Proprietor). Beer and Stout in Screw-Stopper Flagon, holding John Jameson's and George Roe s Irish Whiskies. iR alf-Gallon each. Henry Norman & Cie. Martell & Hennessy's Brandies. Nicholson's London Gin. De Kuyper Hollands. BASS & CO.'S LIGHT BOTTLING ALE Bass and Worthinpton's Ale. Guinness' Extra Dublin Imperial Pints, 2s. fid. per Dozen btout and Export Invalid Nourishing Stout. Half Pint« is fiH Special Value, Own Bottling—Californian Burgundy. 15s per dozen; Californian Sauterne, 1;")s per dozen BASS & CO.'S ALES in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks Australian Burgundy, 15s per dozen. Equal to Wines From Is. per Gallon sold at double the price. Stretton Hills, Ellis and Son, and Schweppe's & uo. s PALE ALE at Is. Sd. per Gallon. Mineral Waters. AgeDt for Moet & Chandon's Champagnes, St. Marceaux Champagnes, Rhine and Moselle Wines, Jules Lafaure and Co.'s Clarets. CIGARS Wholesale and Retail. T Cigars held in Stock of the following well-known Brands and Sizes—Bock Kohinoor and Esplinditos, Jose Lorales, Reilius, Regalia Divina, Mor de Cuba Regalia Modu, J.S. Murias Cinchas. Boquet Diamantes, Por Larranagei Reinltas, La Carolina Rerroes. YilJar y Villar Excelentcs Sublimes. Fegurinas, Couchas Especiales, La Espinos Jockey Club. La Corona Bomtos Cupidos. El Rey del Mundo Young Ladies. Indian, Bornes. Sumatra ,-ar,s;. <^1Kai'L'ttes Stite Express American and Kaffire Egyptian, Pedro Muria Habana. Single Cigars at holesale Prices. An inspection is invited. FIRST DELIVERY OF AUTUMN GOODS. SiT NOVELTIES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. J. TALBOTT, 60 & 61 High Street, Rhyl. I 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 for 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 ^f^O LET—"AUBURN LEA,' Sea Bank Road _L c ntaining 3 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, j Bathroom, Lavatory, &c., Boxroom and Cellar. Highly finished and fitted with electric bells and every modern convenience. Southern aspect, with uninterrupted view of Vale of Clwyd. Rent, f32. Also, "SUNNY BANK," Sea Bank Road, adjoin- ing above, with same accommodation. Rent, E32. TO BE SOLD—"LAKE TOWER LODGE" 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 apply to Greenhalgh and Geary, Estate Agents, Market Street, Rhyl, Telephone No. 25. (616 JOSEPH JONES, successor to the late Mr Wm d Evans, Practical UPHOLSTERER. All kinds of work in the above trade attended to per- sonally. Workshop-The Old Armoury, Back Windsor Street. [440 1\/fRS GREENHOUSE, Old-established SER 1VL VANTS' REGISTRY, 17 Water Street, is in immediate want of first-class Servants for Gentlemen's Families for England and Wales 1^°T>LET' RHYL—TWO highly finished Villa Residences (8 and 10 rooms, bath, &c.) South aspect, facing Yale of Clwyd all modern con. veniences, perfect sanitary arrangements. Rent i-5 and +.3o. Apply to Greenhalgh and Geary. Auctioneers, Rhyl. (314 LADIES W anting Good Servants, and Servants with good references, suited daily,—Apply, Mrs Williams, 29a Bedford Street, Rhyl. Yllcancies, England and Wales. Hours 10 to 8, Saturdays, 10 (360 FURNISHED HOUSES and FURNISHED APARTMENTS.—RHYL and DISTRICT. We have several applicants for above waiting replies. Parties having Houses and Apartments To Let may send earliest particulars to J. Arthu Evans & Co., Station Chambers, Rbyl. (773