Sale fiv Euctton. BY Mr FRANCIS GEARY. TOWN OF PRYL. of Desirable Freehold Dwelling: Houses. MR FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I.. will Sell by I'ublie Auction, at the ROYAL HOTEL, 2^L, on WEDNESDAY, AuGrsT2Sth, 1901, at ^.clock in the afternoon, prompt, subject to con- Vftlu0Qbl°* 8a'6 t0 be theD produced' tllG followinS Freehold Property: Ufi7 tllat Freehold PIECE OF LAND, containing Tpv 1Uare yards (more or les3), together with the DWELLING-HOUSES thereon erected, v^ted on the North side of I karlborough Grove, West Parade, Rhyl, "e occupation of Mrs Maiston, Mrs Broadbent, p- Bellman, Mr H. Brownbill, Mrs Harriet Alrs J. C. Templar, Mr Mosea Edwards, o e r r, Salisbury Jones. 'nde\'en of the Houses are let on yearly tenancies, ea °ne on a five years' lease, at a rental of £ 22 dwelling-houses are newly and sub- gt^aHy built and io pcrfect condition, and are ve with every convenience. The Property is gt^aHy built and in perfect, condition, and are ve with every convenience. The Property is pleasantly situated, and forms a most desirable estaient> Houses of this class being in great ttII,3.nd. j in^e Property will be offered in the first instance I aQd if not so sold will then be offered in I tL j|°ts of five houses each, and if not then sold ^houses will be offered singly. U "?r further particulars, apply to the Auctioneer, ^'i!l Rhyl (Telephone No. 25); Mr ji'am Roberts, Marlborough Grove, Rhyl; or to ;J"essrs North, Kirk, and Cornett, Solicitors, Lord Street, Liverpool PRELIMINARY ANNO UNCEMENT. R FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., will Sell by Public Auction, early in September, all those Two Dwelling Houses as WEST DENE and MONTROSE," jTTERTON ROAD, RHYL. ate and particulars next week. )714 '^Dortantto Market Gardeners, Horticulturists, jjotel Proprietors, Boarding House & Lodging "ouse Keepers, and Householders generally. FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., begs to an- nounce that he will conduct Periodical Sales y Unction of Fruit, Vegetables, Flowers, &c,, lch will be held at times and places to be here- ,rannounced. gr rrat)gements hare been made with large fruit VVers for consignments of Fruit, &c., and the Sale will take plaee on lTESDAY NEXT, AUGUST 27th, 1901, in the CORN EXCHANGE, RHYL, fo„~30 in the afternoon, and will comprise the Ch • ing: c °'ce Cooking and Dessert Plums, Tomatoes, lumbers, Runner Beans, Marrows, &G-, &o.. hich will be sold in convenient lots to suit ordin- consumers. v. Terms strictly cash. No reserve. ■—Entries can be received for the above Sale A up to 12 o'clock on Tuesday next. J^ion & Estate Offices, Market Street, Rhyl. } wjelephonp No. 25. (709 wjelephonp No. 25. (709
North Wales Coast Football Association. Q annual meeting of the above was held at °t>Way on Wednesday evening, representatives j, er,diugfrom Rhyl, Bangor, Holywell, Holyhead, ot £ 0nm' Llanberis, Buckley, Carnarvon, and ,r towns on the coast. In the absence of the jjesj^ent (Mr J J Marks), the chair was taken by On th erne (Rhyl), who congratulated the meeting So excell«Qt attendance, and trusted it was a g augury for the approaching season. The 4tce sheet showed" surplus of £21, but there th Ie liabilities to the extent of about £14, so that "S:.7fJ actual amount to be carried forward was only ofB' The chairman asked to be relieved of the ce of treasurer, and was heartily thanked for b 8 past services and unanimously elected a vice- j^esident, Mr R J Hughes (Rhyl) being elected jj^surer. The other officials elected were :— jresident, Mr R W Parry, Banger vice-presi- Jnts> Messrs W P Smith, T B Farrington, T vtainpshire, H Lloyd, and C W Berrie secretary, *ulr J LI Williams, Holywell. The following were .^pifnously elected to serve on the Council, in 'Jition to the other officers named :—Messrs j> P Jones (Holywell), W McMillan (Holyhead), t) Angel (Carnarvon), S Willman (Bangor), R E (Ta.rry (Llanberis), T Robinson (Rhyl), J B Jones !tlandudno), H Jones (Llanrwst), R O Williams ^ckley), jamos Griffiths (Flint), A C Meir j^ol\vyn Bay), and G Thompson (Llanfair P. G.). t ^as resolved that it is deBirabla to form a eferee8> Society for the coast, and a sub-com- j^ttee was formed to take the matter in hand at and report to the Council.
HAWARDEN. -b REMARKABLE PRAYER. -Yesterday at the >.reWster Sessions an application for a temporary Jcense for the new hotel at Shotton was made. Rev Joseph Davies, Buckley, opposed, and in r°ss examination, admitted having composed a Pj*yer inwhichthe following passage occurred:Be Phased, Heavenly Father, to incline the magistrates 0 grant us the license, as people in this district re very much too sober. Let greater facilities for eUing ruiTlt giD> beer, and brandy be granted to us £ that we may have more rows, more black eyes, ^°re broken bones, more misery, more destitution •j?'! more untimely deaths.—(Laughter).—Mr >^evor Lloyd The prayer got in the papers?—The Witness Yes.—Mr Lloyd How did it get in the Papersv—The Witness It got.—Mr Lloyd: Did send it?—The Witness It got.—(Laughter.) Bench granted the application, the majority of magistrates being of opinion that another °Uee was required.
AMUSING STORIES. SAVING A HALFPENNY. A man on leaving work went into a oeer- ~hop where he heard the landlord was selling ^Ve pints of 2Jd. beer lor a shilling. So, thinking he would save the halfpenny, e commenced drinking the five pints. On returning home he found his wife busy Seating his trousers by the aid of two liali- P"11,,Y candles lighted, not being able to see Ivith one As soon as he opened the door he exclaimed ft rage; Well, I declare Here have I been burst- myself to save a halfpenny, and you ar# '\va:ting it by burning two candles at once." NOT SO GREEN. .A countryman came up to London by on excur- ?l01* and went into a first-class restaurant in reborn, where, after enjoying a hearty meal, e asked the waiter how much there was to 113,y, "Ten-and-sixpence," was the reply. Oh, aw nivverpay less than a guinea where axv cum from. Fetch me some more." The waiter, thinking he hail got a green-horn V° deal with, did as lie was told, and vn return- Ing met the proprietor, to whom lie said: "I've got a good customer, who says he ftever pays less than a guinea for a dinner." Oh," says the proprietor, make a fuss of 'I11; we don't often get such a customer.' The waiter returned to the table where he Jla<* left the countryman sitting, and was Astonished to find that, during his absence, the ti CUstOlner had disappeared without paying. TWO MEANINGS. Ir. W. W. Story, the famous American ?Culptor, who began life as a lawyer, tells a Sood storv which illustrates the fact that the ephasis which punctuates has as much to do \vItIl determining the sense of a sentence as the Waning of the words. Once, when he was called upon to defend Ionian accused of murdering her husband, he adduced as one of the proofs of her innocence, ^lle fact of her having attended him on his "euUi-bgd, and said to him, when he was ■VHly-- Good-bye, George!" The counsel for the plaintiff declared that C)11ght rather to he taken as a proof of her guilt, and that the words she had used were- "GOOQ, by George!"
c FOLLOW AY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Influenza ^ot>ghs and Colds. In diseases of the throat and chest ^ot>ghs and Colds. In diseases of the throat and chest SD ^r?Ta'ent hi our changeable climate, nothing so tin k relicves, or so certainly cures as these ines- *ble remedies, These disorders are too often lr" at their commencement, or are injudiciously to fk reBU'^n8 in either case in disastrous consequences the patient. Holloway's remedies will restore, if ree.,ery be possible they allay the alarming symptoms ,P'Irify the blood Nature consummates the cure by in ahy restoring st reD^-th and vital ]>ower. By pei sever- JG?.1'! ^he use of Holloway's preparations tone is COD- of „ °n stomacl1 Hn(1 frame generally. Thousands *lon 80118 ^8ve testified that by use of these remedies e they have been restored to health after every other baa Jailed. J Saleg tp auriion. BYI Messrs W. DEW & SONI RHYL. IMPORTANT TO HOTEL KEEPERS, LICENSED VICTUALLERS, BREWERS, CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. Sale of a Most Valuable Freehold Family, Commercial, and Posting Hotel, a Freehold Public-House, and a Free- hold House with an Off-beer License. MESSRS WM. DEW & SON will offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the WESTMINSTER HOTEL, RHYL, on TUESDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1901, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, that most Valuable, Fully-Licensed, Freehold HOTEL and PREMISES, with Capital Stabling Accommoda- tion, known as the "White Lion Hotel." This Well-built and Important Freehold, Fully- Licensed Hotel stands in a first-class position, facing the High Street, with a long frontage thereto, and enjoys a good General, Commercial, and Posting Business. As it faces the main street of Rhyl, over which there is an almost constant vehicular and pedestrian traffic, it does a capital all-round business. The Over-the-Counter Trade is excellent, it has a good Commercial connection, while it is well-known as being one of the very best Market and Fanners' Houses in the town. There is a ifrst-class Posting Business, and owing to the ample and extensive Stabling accommodation, a capital Livery Trade is done. In fact this Hotel has a good and well-established reputation and connection, is absolutely free, and owing to its situation, stabling, and other advantages is a property of real value and merit, and well worthy of the attention of those interested in the Trade. LOT 2.—All that FREEHOLD BEER HOUSE or PUBLIC HOUSE, known as "The Queen's Arms," in the occupation of Mr A Roythorne as yearly tenant, together with the MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE adjoining, and situate in Vale Road, Rhyl. These Freehold and Valuable Premises are free in all respects, have a frontage to Vale Road, the main thoroughfare to the Vale of CIwyd, Bodel- wyddan, Rhuddlan, Dyserth, 'Prestatyn, &c., in a thickly-populated neighbourhood, opposite the ground where the agricultural, dog, and other shows, and pigeon shooting matches are held. LOT 3.-Those FREEHOLD PREMISES, situate in Vale Road, and possessing an OFF-BEER LICENCE, and known as Nottingham House," standing in a populous part of the town, facing Vale Road, doing a good and large out-door trade. and having the advantage of being free in all respects. Particulars, plans, views, and conditions of sale may be obtained of Messrs BROMLEY, JONES, & CO., Solicitors, Rhyl, at any of the principal hotels in Rhyl and neigh-! bourhood, at the Auctioneers' Institute, 31 Chancery Lane, London, or of the AUCTIONEERS, Bangor and Llandudno. 680 A RUSTIC BAZAAR WILL BE HELD AT GLAN ABER, ABERGELE, ox TUESDAY, AUGUST 27th, In Aid of the North Wales Branch of the Church of England's Society for Providing Homes for Waifs and Strays. The Bazaar will be Opened by the Countess of Dundonald, AT 2-30 Adiyiission :-Is.; after Five o'clock, 6d. There will be STALLS for- ARTICLES OF WELSH INDUSTRY (as exhibited lately in London), Useful and Fancy Work Baskets China Cakes and Sweets Flowers, Fruit, and Vegetables Tea and Refreshments. During the Afternoon, Mr CARRUTHERS will Exhibit his Marvellous Troupe of PERFORMINC DOCS and CERMAN COAT. These animals do the most surprising tricks and antics. A treat seldom seen. Croquet and other Amusements in the Grounds. If the Weather should be Unfavourable, the Bazaar will be held in the Church House. 6!J3 Lifeboat Saturday at Rhyl. THE D t t- ANNUAL Demonstration Will be held on SATURDAY, AUGUST 24TH. GRAND SANDHOLE COMPETITIONS FOR CHILDREN VALUABLE PRIZES FOR COLLECTING. Boxes Ready on Saturday at the^Offioe of MR. HUBERT R. HOLBECHE, Auctioneer, Market Street. The Rhyl Amateur Swimming Club will hold their Annual Swimming Gala at the Lake after the Procession. Open Events. Splendid Prices. Entries close for Swimming on Tuesday, August 20th, and to be sent to 698) MR T. J. DAVIES, 34 Gronant Street. Grand Pavilion Theatre, RHYL. Proprietors Messrs W. Carter & S. Warhurst. Acting Manager Mr Arthur Lacehy Friday and Saturday, August 23rd and 24th, The Christian," By HALL CAINE. Sunday, August 25th, Grand Sacred Concert Vocalist MISS CHRISTINE WIJRFFLEIN, Soprano, Of Leading London and Parisian Concerts. MR CHARLES THOMPSON, Of Queen's and St James Hall Concerts. Monday, Aug. 26th, and two following nights, La Poupee." Karly Doors 7. Ordinary Doors 7-30. Commence at 8. Orchestra Stalls, -is; Stalls, 2s.; Centre Circle, Is 6d; Balcony and Pit, Is.; Back Seats, fd. Early Doors 6d extra, except to Stalls. A SALE OF WORK Will take place in the CONSTITUTIONAL CLUB, PRESTATYN, ON THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 1901 To Assist in clearing off a debt on the National School Funds. The Sale will be opened at 2 o clock by MRS. HORSFALL. SELECTIONS OF MUSIC AT INTERVALS. Prices of Admission 2 to 6 o clock, liJ; 0 to 9-<W, 6d (690 ■py TT l\/rC1 1241b. Boxes direct Crent X X J U grower. Carriage paid. Egg (large yellow cooking) ;;slir]. Victorias (denser-) 148 6d. Damsons 48 6d. Cash with order.—F. Thoruely, Evesham. (643jg| 1 :õalef,; by Euctum. By MR GEORGE PERKINS. TOWN OF RHYL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 24th, 1901. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Private Hotel & Boarding Establishment. The MARLBOROUGH," 46 WEST PARADE, RHYL. "]ITR. GEOROE PERKINS has been favoured with instructions from Mr \V. Walton, to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the WEST- MINSTER HOTEL, ItHYL. at 7 o'clock in the evening punctually. All that valuable Freehold, Well-built and arranged PRIVATE HOTEL and HIGH-CLASS BOARDING ESTABLISHMENT, known as the Marlborough Hotel. situated in the best part of the Promenade with charming marine view and within a few minutes walk of Post Office, Church, Pier, and places of amusement. For further particulars see posters, or apply on the premises, or to the Auctioneer, Bryntfyunon House, Abergele, or to Messrs. CAML IN & WILLIAMS, 658 Solicitors, Rhyl. BODHYFBYD, LLANDDT-LAS. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28TH, 1901. Important Sale of Costly Superior Household Furniture and Effects. MR G. PERKINS has received instructions from T. C. MOHKIS, Esq. (who is leaving the neighbourhood), to Sell by Public Auction on the above premises (without reserve), the Surplus Costly,Modern and Antique Household Furniture & Outside Effects Viz. ENTRANCE HALL.—Valuable Antique Mahogany Bookcase with cupboards and Glazed Doors Hall Table with marble top and carved legs, Regu- lator Clock, Lamps, Cocoa Mats, Walnut Hall Seat, Mahogany Table, Umbrella Stand, &c., &c. ENTERTAINING; ROOMS.—Brussels, Tapestry, and other Carpets, Pile Hearthrugs, Costly Rosewood Settee, Easy Chairs and Single Chairs, Massive Spanish Mahogany Dining Chairs Pair large Divan Lounge Chairs in saddle bags, Plate-glass Mirrors, Mahogany and other Tables, Writing Table with leather top, Fenders, Fire Irons, Brackets, Reading, Hanging and other Lamps, Pair large carved Chairs, Large Dinner Gong and Stand, Pictures, Ornaments, &c., &c. CONTENTS of FIVE BEDROOMS.—Costly Inlaid Bedroom Suites, viz. Large Wardrobes with Plate-glass Mirrors, Large Dressing Tables with Drawers, Washstands with marble tops, Pedestal Cupboards, Chairs, Towel Rails, Excellent Brass and Iron French Bedsteads, Choice curled Hair Mattresses, Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, Toilet Glasses, Chests Drawers, Toilet Services, Arm and Single Chairs, Baths, Carpets, Commodes, Screen, Slipper Rack, Child's Cot, Lamps, &c., &c. KITCHEN, &c. Large Kitchen Table with Sycamore top, Dresser. Plate-heater, large well- made Cupboard, Set convertable Steps, Lamps, Clocks, Tables, Clothes Maiden, Washing and Wringing Machine, Wash-tub, Plate Rack, Oil Cans, and many other Kitchen Requisites. STABLES AND OUTSIDE. -iCapital Chaff-cutter, Corn Bins, Barrow, 40-gallon galvanised Oil Drum, Iron Garden Roller, 16-in Lawn Mower, Garden Seats and Chairs, Water Cart, Set Steps, Two Large Flower Vases and Stands, Quantity Casks, and other numerous articles which will be lotted and enumerated on day of Sale. On View Morning of Sale. Terms-Cash. Sale to commence at One o'clock to the minute. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Brynffynnon House, Abergele. (684 j^onces NOTICE. THE PUBLIC are notified that MR. A. HARGREAVES is NO LONGER in our Employ, and he is not authorised to receive Orders or Money on our behalf. PEARCE AND JONES, Journal Office, August 5th, 1901. Rhyl Electricity Works THE RHYL URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL are being urged to extend the Electric cables in Brighton Road, Churton Road, Grange Road, and Wellington Road (West of Vaughan Street to John Street) and they hereby intimate that they are prepared to carry out the ex- tensions forthwith it they receive a sufficient number of applications for the supply of the light in those localities to justify the expenditure. Intending consumers are invited to send in their applications without delay, not later than within the next 21 days. ARTHUR ROWLANDS, Council Offices. Clerk to theJCouncil. Clwyd Street, 22nd August. 1901. TOWN OF RHYL. rjpO BE SOLD, by Private Treaty, Clwyd House, Brighton Road, Rhyl (Now in the occupation of Miss Roberts). For particulars apply to JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl or to OLIVER CEORCE, 672 Solicitor, Rhyl. DISTRICT OF RHYL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that WILLIAM GRIFFITHS, ESQUIRE, District Auditor, has appointed the Audit of the Accounts of the Rhyl Urban District Council, and their Officers, for the year ended 31st day of March last, under the Public Health Act, 1875, the Rhyl Improvement Acts, 1852, 1872, and 1892: and the Acts incor- porated therewith, to commence on the 16th day of September, 1901, at 10-30 o'clock in the forenoon, at the Offices of the said Council, Clwyd Street, Rhyl. A copy of the Accounts duly made and balanced, together with the rate books, deeds, contracts, accounts, vouchers and receipts mentioned or referred to in such accounts will remain deposited in the said office, and be open during office hours thereat (viz., 9-30 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily) to the inspection of all persons interested for seven clear davs before audit. Dated this 21st day of August, 1901. ARTHUR ROWLANDS, 705) Clerk tj the said Council. RHYL ELECTRICITY WORKS. THE RHYL URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL are prepared to receive TENDERS for 200 tons of STEAM COAL to be delivered F.O.R. Rhyl. Conditions and form of Tender may be had on application to Mr C. F. MCINNES.A.M.I.E.E., Electricity Works, Victoria road, Rhyl. Tenders must be sent on or before the 4th day of September, 1901, addressed to the undersigned, sealed and endorsed Tenders for Steam Coal." ARTHUR ROWLANDS ] Clerk to the Council. Council Offices, Clwyd St., Rhyl. TO }J.J SOLD, Fronting the Sea. MEIRION," PENSARN, A Desirable Freehold Residence, containing Three Entertaining Rooms, Eight Bedrooms Stable and Outbuildings. Well tenanted. Possession could be obtained May 1st next. PRESTATYN. A Pair of Semi-detached Freehold Villa Resi- dences, being Nos. 9 and 10 "Victoria. Avenue, containing Two Sitting Looina, J'ivc Bedroom. Bathroom, &c. Good garden. Well tenanted. Rents £ 39. Price £ 700. RHYL. Sound Investment. Eight < ottages in Street, Newtowil Cnd Seven Cottages on the Tyncwydd Estate. AunizEki tento C201 12. Sold in one Lot or separately. VesirabtbFrceholtl Renideneeti and Building I Plots on the New Marine Drive, Rhyi. Apply to E. W. liEAXi>:uiJ, Vaenol, Rbyl. ($68 • > i I sales bl1 auction. By MR FRANK JEWELL. PRESTATYN, NORTH WALES. Important Sale of 50 Lots of Choice & Valuable Freehold Property situate in and off High Street, Prestatyn. MR FRANK JEWELL having been favoured with instructions will offer for Sale by Pub- lie Auction, at the ROYAL VICTORIA HOTEL, PRESTATYN, on WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28th, 1901, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon promptly, subject to certain conditions of Sale to be then and there produced. All those valuable Freehold Shop Premises, Dwelling Houses, and Building Plots. comprising, in High Street, All that most desirable block of Freehold Dwel- ling Houses and Shop Premises known as I BRADFORD BUILDINGS, all of which are well tenanted. All those two valuable premises known as BRADFORD COTTAGE and PORTLAND HOUSE, which are well adapted for conversion into Shops. All those four well-built Messuages or Dwelling I, Houses, known as TLDNO TERRACE, situate in Maes y Groes, Prestatyn. All that Substantial, Stone-built, Detached Villa Residence, known as PLAS EDEN, situate as a corner lot on the proposed new road, with approach from High Street and Maesy Groes. All that choice and valuable BUILDING LAND containing 9,225 square yards or thereabouts, situate at the rear of the High Street property, having an approach to High Street over proposed new roads as shown on the plans. Particulars and Plans and any information may be had from the auctioneer. Central Buildings, Prestatyn; Mr Thos. Williams, Bradford House, Prestatyn; Mr Win. Thomas, Surveyor, Prestatyn; or from MESSRS OLIVER JONES, BILLS0N & Co., Solicitors, 5 Cook Street, Liverpool. RHYL TRADESMEN'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. OH YES! Oh Yes Oh Yes Let it be known that the Finest Oysters can be ob- tained at N. SAMUELS', 69 High Street, fresh from the beds every morning. Established in Rhvl since 187ti. Shells in great, variety. 597 r>HYL SEA BREEZE. — The New Century I~\J Perfume, and one of the sweetest, of extra concentration, being an unique and exquisite blend of the choicest and most costly Floral Essence obtained from the flowers. All visitors should give the latest Souvenir Perfume a trial. In Bottles, Is., Is. lid., 2s. 6d.. and 4s. lid. each. Sample Bottles, 3d each. Obtained only from GEO. E. GRATTO, Chemist, Queen Square Pharmacy. (021 1GHTNING PHOTOGRAPHER. A. HOME- WOOD COMLEY, Market square, Queen street. Daily from 9 a.m. till sunset. Visitors are invited to witness the process of taking and finishing portraits in one minute. 620 PHOTOGRAPHY. Ernest Jones for Best Work. See the Windows. Only address, 27 Queen Street, Rhyl. (G2(i YVT. FREEMAN, Jeweller, Watchmaker, Silver- T f smith, and Opticiau, 25 Queen Street, Rhyl (manufactory at Birmingham). Jewellery repaired and. remountings done promptly, Selection of goods for presents. Sole agent for W H Goss" Original Heraldic English Ivory Porcelain. Glasses to suit all sights; and tinted for sun glare 627 LYNE BROS., Purveyors and Feeders. Ad- dresses Abbey Street, Bodfor Street, Market Hall, Rhyl 5 and 6 Market Hall. Chester and Market Hall, Llandudno. They wish the Public particularly to understand that they label their meat as home fed, and offer £ 500 to any butcher who shall prove they do not sell it, as so many in the trade, advertising home fed, sell a mixture of Birkenhead killed and American ted meat as home produce. (633 "1/^ andJ. HEATHCOTE, Queen's Hotel, West J_ Parade, and Victoria, Vale Road, Rhyl. Coaches and Char-a banes leave the Queen's Hotal, West Parade, daily, at 10-30 a.m. and 3 p.m., and every Sunday at 10 a.m. for Services at Bodel- wyddan Marble Church and St. Asaph Cathedral. Coaches, Landaus, Phaetons, and Dog Carts for Hire. Posting in all its Branches. Letters and telegrams attended to. 651 FISHING TACKLE.—Best Trout Flies on J- drawn gut, Is. per doz. Fishing Licences, and oil kinds of Tackle and Bait. Largest Stock in District. It will save you from 25 to 50 per cent to buy from H. W. Roberts and Co., High Street, nearly opposite Post Office. 650 ROBERT LLOYD, Le Bijou Cafe & Restaurant, Refreshment Contractor and Public Caterer, 5 Bodfor Street, Rhyl, can seat 250 persons at one sitting. Special Terms to Choirs, Tennis and Picnic Partip-S. icUcommniDeli &panmeius._ WEST PARADE (Facing Sea).—Visitors /■w* will find every comfort at above Establish- ment. Good cooking and attendance. (366 T)HVL. Near Sea, Superior APARTMENTS, JlVi public or private piano and bath (hot and cold. Good attendance; terms moderate.—Mrs Fudcll Jones, 45 Aquarium Street. (354 RH Y I.-Comfortable APART I ENTS TO LET PC bathroom (h. & c.) Piano, &c.—Address, Mrs B. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. PARTMENTS.— TCTLET, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply— 24 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 | ) CTLAN1) HOCSi:7 Tl Wl-jST PARADE. _Lv Facing the Sea. Splendid view. Comfort- able rooms good cooking experienced attention and every convenience. (434 PEN Y-DON, East Parade, and at St. Asaph Street.—High-class Boarding Establishment in own Grounds, facing sea, liberal table, late dinnei,—M,ss &Lrcvett, Proprietress, late Manageress Clareiiiont Hydro. 439 HYL.— Huperior~Wl^I?HED HOUSE QF W JJL APARTMENTS. Open Sea View (Irish Sea) and Carnarvonshire Mountains. Stabling. Close to Pier, Grand Pavilion, Bathing Ground, Sands, and Bandstand. Moderate terms.— Applications Telegrams, Caellenor;" Nat. Telephone. No, 61&3 5 post, Mrs Evans, 19 West e Parade, RhyL 433 WEST END PRIVATE HOTEL, WEbT PARADE, Rhyl.—High-class Boarding Establishment. Facing sea. Terms moderate Liberal catering.-M rs Poole, Proprietress. 480 ipiOMFORTABLE APARTMENTS home from V7 home; south aspect. Mrs Yardlcy Sunny- Boad. (i side, Briglito, 408 ?VQ WEST PARADE (close to the Sea).— Apartments to Let on moderate charges. Modern house, sanitation perfect.—Apply to Sirs E Edwards. (551 ^TOMFORTABLE APARTMENTS. Home from home, ke& Meyy. Every convenience.— Mamie & Evans, Montrose HOlls,:>, Butterton Rd., Rhyl. (481 IGH-OLASS APARXM ENTS Board Residence; superior Cooking, Cycle ac- commodation, >^ea view. Mra Miller, 9 and 10 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. APARTMENTS.—Mrs Peplow, No 5 Butterton J'TL Road (about a minute's walk from the shore. (622 MRS HAY (lat»i cf Kan do 11 Staffs.), 14 Queen Street, __Rhyl. Aj'A ,-tTM KNrl>. (o.-te 4 PARTMENTS. Sitting Room with two or i more bedrooms.—Cartref, Paradise St. (997 ERMANEN T A PART AFENTS for One or Two Gentleinen. Close to promenade. Good Cooking. AjJpl^Journal Otiice. jfurmsiHii gouges. FURNISHED HOUSE.—Opposite Sea. Three entertaining seven bedrooms, bathroom, h.e., servants hall, library, pianos, bathchair. Terms exceedingly moderate.—Address H. P., 1 Plastirion- FJ^O LET 1' L'KNISHEI^ FNI- September, 1 Av< n- JL dale Terrace, John Street, Rhyl two recep- tion rooms, f?vc 'K'onis (six beds), bath (It. & c.), kitchens, &e. lerins moderate. — Apply, Airs Kitchen. _,TI,.T1I (642 RJLO LET, FURNISHED, for SEPTEMBER, 1 Idloes,' John Street, Rhyl, cont ainint' two Reception Rooms, four Bedrooms (five beds), h. & c. Bath, Kitchens, —Terms, Dowell, 156 Wellington (430 COTTAGE to Let four rooms, two beds. Close to Parade. Apply, Ithuldlan. (691 rpo LET I l SHEI >. Septembf r. 33 River I Street, Rhyl. two entertaining rooms, four bedrooms (si* beds), bath (h. & e.). kitchens. M inute from promenade. rs Hughes, Brynhyfryd Henllan. Trefnant, 707 Sl\li\LL .r'-K) COTTAGE to Let, lor the Season or longer—Apply for particulars JTO THE COTTFRGF# RUSSELL ROAD, .# salts 6b auction. By Mr JOSEPH WILLIANIS. STANLEY PAItK, RHYL, j TO NURSERYMEN, BUILDERS, AND OTHERS. Sale of Exceedingly Choice and Valuable FREEHOLD LAND, COTTAGE, CLASSHOUSES, &c., in close proximity to the Southern Boundary of the District of Rhyl. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the ALEX ANDRA HOTEL, RHYL, on THURSDAY, 29th AUG.. 1901, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and subject to conditions to be then and there produced, all that Valuable Freehold Plot ot Land. known as the ST A YLE\ PARK GARDENS, situate on the Rhyl and Rhuddlan Road, and comprising Orchard, Market Garden, Greenhouse, 54 feet long by 15 feet wide (Vinery), Pottin? Shed, Hen-houses, and NEWLY-ERECTED COTTAGE, the whole containing an area of 3584 square yards or thereabouts. The Property is bounded on the west by the main road, and has a frontage of 159 feet, and is enclosed by a substantially-built ]4in. brick wall, varying in height from 7ft. 6in. to 10 feet, and on the north and east sides by Plas Llewelyn land, with a 9in. brick wall (with piers) 193 feet in length, 7ft. Gin. high, and 169 feet in length and 6ft. 6in. high respectively. The Land is well laid out and planted with a magnificent stock of fruit trees, which renders it most valuable as a nursery and market garden. Its elevation, frontage to the main road, and immediate proximity to the boundary of the Urban District oi Rhyl, makes it a very desirable Plot of Land for buildiDg residential villas. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, at his Office, County Chambers, Rhyl, or to A. LEWIS JONES, Esq., 694 Solicitor, Rhyl. DYSERTH, Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Houses at Dyserth. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Sell Ijy Public Anction on TUESDAY, SEPT. 3rd, 1901, at the MOSTVN tloTEL, RHït, all those two recently well built semi-detached Villas with Gaidens, and known as "HIRADDUG VILLAS," situate in Ochr-y-Voel, Dyserth, aDd in the respective occupations of Mr Reede and Mr Edward Williams. For further particulars see posters or apply to the Auctioneer at his offices, County Chambers, Rhyl or to MESSRS. BROMLEY, JONES & GO., 69!) Solicitors, Rhyl. pHYL.—For September, severa burnished JLV Houses to Let, in all parts of the town. —Send for particulars to B. Williams, House Agent. &c., Rhyl. HY L.-For Complete List of Houses to Let, JH. for Sale, &c., apply to B. Williams, agent for the "Westminster" Fire Office (Established A. D. 1717), Rhyl. KHYL.—To Let, Newly-built House, every convenience. Rent £ 21 per annum.—ii. Williams, Agent. Rhvl. IGHFIELD PARK. —"1)X SALE, Fifteen JLJL Plots of LAND, situate in the best part of the town, aud ripe for building upon, as there is a demand for villas. If required, will advance to Builders, &c., at a low rate of interest.—Apply for plan to j. Foulkes, Highfield Park. (624 GA ROSY ENOR CHAMBERS, 7 Kinme! Street, Home To Let (shop excepted). Apply— R. E. Owens, Saddler, Kinmel Street. GS2 TO LET Excellent GRAZING LAND near Rhyl.—Apply to Joseph Williams, Auction- eer Rhyl. 20 rpO BE LET OR SOLD. No." 1 QUEEN -ST. A RHY L Corner Shop with large plate-glass W indow, and Good Dw elling-house attached. Immediate possession. For further particulars apply to Mr F. Geary, F.A.I.,Auctioneer, &c. Market Street. Rhvl. 153 DYSERTH-CLAX ACER. 2 Entertaining JL/ and 3 Bedrooms, Bath (h. & c.), Garden, Rent £ 21. Apply Jos. Williams, Auctioneer. Rhyl. TIT"ANTED an APPRENTICE to Photography. If Apply, Ernest Jones, 27 Queen St., Rhyl. (575 1J H j L.—TYNEWYDl) BRICKWORKS for X Sale as a goinsr concern, owing to ill- health of the proprietor. The estate contains about 21 acres of Freehold Land, which is quite ripe for Building purposes. The Brick Machinery is capable of making over 70,000 per week, and a3 the property adjoins the Railway other businesses of a profitable nature could be developed. Good opportunity for capitalists. Principals only dealt with. A pply-E. W. Keatinge, Vaenol, Rhyl. (60S ^I^O LET, with immediate possession, Voryd _L Cottage (detached), Rhvl. Rent £ 19 per annum.—Apply Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (641 V\yrANTED, a PRIVATE HOUSE, near centre TT of Rhyl. Rent about £ 35. — Apply Y.Y.Z., care of Ashfield, Store Chemist. Rhyl. \DHC t'lT\lÜXE DRIVE, RHYL. — 0 TO BE LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, from middle of September.—Particulars Bibby s Library, 8A High Street, Rhyl. (57; JAQUES'S~PRIZE-MEDAL CROQUET SET i on SALE, in good condition.—Apply 8, John Street, Rhyl. (Qs.5 TO LET, with Immediate Possession. HOUSES, pleasantly situated in Butterton Road and South Avenue, with every modern convenience. Rents from C21 to -L2S.-For further particulars apply to David Griffiths and Son, Contractor, Windsor Street, or at 67 West Parade. (jSG (1 OVERNESS (Certificated) requires Morning T Engagement, school or family.—Miss Brattan. I South Avenue, oil'Butterton Road. Rhyl. (682 \\f ANTEi)a (food~T;ENT7RAL7 AlsoT"~BOY T to look after a horse and make himself generally useful.—Apply Royal Hotel. (1m;; "I^ESLLT OF DRAW at E. Williams/, Bryn JLV Goleu, Dyserth :—527, 720, 1234, 406, 625, 407. T\TANTED in St. Asaph about September next, TT permanent STABLING for two Horses, near Station if possible. — Sheffield, Rhyl. (702 1 LADY requires three Unfurnished Rooms without attendance, in a quiet family fariv. house not objected to.—Address, Mrs Unsworth, Stoneleigh, Bath Street, Rhyi, (703 X17ANTED Experienced LAUNDRESS for two or three da\7s a week, for the winter months, beginning September.—Apply to J.J., Journal Office. (701 LIGHT BUS ON SALE, carries sixteen.— Apply to Mr Heathcote, Victoria Inn, Vale Road, Rhyl. 704 MRS GREENHOUSE, Ola-established SER VANTS' REGISTRY, If Water Street, is in immediate want of first-class Servants for Gentlemen's Families for England and NValem 11 WO VILLA RESIDENCES at Highfield Park JL TO BE LET Rental £ 34.—Apply, Mr Foulkes, Highfield, Rhyl. (623 PRESTATYN.—Gent, requires Bedroom and JL Breakfast, possibly full board, first week in September. State lowest terms, &c:. —P., office of this paper. ¡7;i \\J ANTED a well-educated Youth as an Ap- Yt prentice to the Chemist and Druggist Business. Apply-(;ralt'QlJ, (necH'" :luarc, Rhyl. 712 TITAITRESS WANTED. Also a (ieneral TY Servant, for the first week in September. Apply—Mostyn Hotel, Rhyl. 713 1 ) HYL, TO BI'l SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY XV one of the best BUSINESS PREMISES in this town, situate in Queen Street, and containing large shop and workroom on ground floor (to- gether with kitchen and domestic offices) with « to 10 show rooms or oth-r rooms ;ibove. The premises could be used 'wholly for business pur- poses oi- combined with a dwelling-house. There, is no restriction as reg-;rus the trade to be carrieu on upon the premises. They" Ullld, however, admirably suit, houre-fi.rnisher, draper, groeer, or restaurant keeper. l'riec moder;¡t 'pply to —Messrs Gamlin and Williams, Solicitors. Rhyl. 6S7 OFFICE BOY Wanted. Must be Sharp and Good writer. Apply—Hubert R- Holbeche. Auctioneer and Surveyor, Market St.. Rhyl. ,lti A IWERTJSER, 29, Smart and Energetic, re- JIJL quires situation as Manager or W Salesman in Furnishing House or any other position of trust. 1st class testimonials and security if Address—M P., Journal Office, Rhyi 717 (>OMFORTARLE HOME for Business Young j Ladies or Gentlemen. • lose to town. Kast End. Terms moderate. Apply—M.J., Journal j Office, Rhyl. r O G. R. LAWRENCE. M.P.S., j Pharmaceatical Chemist by Examination, pposite th ,20, HIGH STREET, RHYL (^rSmS) I t N8 fTST 1 Prescription Dept.-Medicines ofFirst Quality, with prompt acd 1 JjqJ °1 psi f carelul attention, are our leading features. Free Delivery to any part '1\ Surgical Appliances and all Requisites for Invalids, Xf 1» nttS Choice Perfumes. I j]// « Photographic Department JpTT CAMERA, 1 11 Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums. Telephone And every Requisite for VO. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers, w? Instructions Free to Purchasers. DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. Interesting to Owners of Pianos. The finest piano can be rendered unsatisfactory, and is sometimes spoilt by inefficient tuning, while even an inferior instrument in the hands of a Skilful Tuner can be GREATLY IMPROVED. For this important work my Thorouuhlv Practical experience enables me to guarantee the best possible work at moderate charges. Estimates for tunings and repairs, of all classes of musical instruments, free. A post card will secure the prompt and personal attention of Yours very truly, W. A. BEDDINGTON, Denbigh House, 16 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. 2 9 ?> COMPTON HOUSE, 57 High Street, Rhyl. MRS LDV, ARDS respectfully invites a visit of inspection to her Show Room, which replete with a choice selection of the LATEST NOVELTiES in French & English MILLINERY At POPULAR PRICES. Sailor Hats, Golfing Hats, Cycling Hats IN GBEAT VARIETY. Telegrams-Steer, Rhyl. Telephone—2so. 3, lihyl. H. A. STEER, Wine Merchant, 73 High Street, Rhyl. -+.- GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKY (S ole P r opri etor). AS SUPPLIED TO COL. CORN WALLIS "W EST, Ruthin Castle, during the visit of H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES. May. 189S. John Jameson's and George Roe s Irish Whiskies. Henry Norman Cie. Martell & Hennessv's Brandies. BASS Sz CO S LIGHT BOTTJ ING ALE NicholsonsLondon Gin. De Kuyper Hollands. Imperial Phus, 2s. fid.'per Dozen "U Bass and l)rthllJgton sAle. Guinness Lxtra Dubhn, lialf Pilits. J s, 6d, Stout and Export Invalid Nourishing Stout. Special Value, Own Bottling-Califonian Burgundv. 15s per dozen; Californian Sauterne, 15s per dozen BASS & CO.'S ALES in 9 and IS Gallon Casks Australian Burgundy, 15s per dozen. Equal to Wines From Is. per Gallon sold at double the price. Stretton Hills, Kllis and Son, and Sclnveppe's & Co.'s rALL ALE at Is. Sd. per Gallon. Mineral "Waters. A for Moot A" ekmdon's Champagnes. St. Mareeaux ———— Champagnes. Khine and Moselle Yt'ines. Jules Lafaure and Co.'s Clarets. CIGAKS Wholesale and Retail. Spring and Summer Fashions. j SPECIA L SHOW OF MILLINERY. j — Novelties in all Departments. JLT ———————— J. TALBOTT'S, HIGH STREET, RHYL. rpo BE SOLD CHEAP, by PRIVATE TREATY _I_ a freehold Dwelling house situated at the IN-est end of Rhyl, close to Parade, containing entertaining Rooms, six Bedrooms, Bathroom (hot and cold water) w.c. inside and out, with Coach house and two stalled stable at the rear. At present let at £ 42 per annum. Apply to Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (344 FREE 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- 1 tensive circulation, and being the only free adver- tising medium Gf 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, Auc tioieers. Valuers and Estate Agents. Rhyi. 13, JOSEPH JONES late Mr W Evans), PRACTICAL Uruoj STKRER, &c. Venetian and other Biinds Made to Order. Ail Work in above Tradp Personally Attended to in Town or Country, Workshop Old Armoury, Back Windsor Street, Rhy1- 440 rnHE PATENT 1MPERIAL~BROUGHAM JL Hansom, for business men, light and roomy, Windows the same as ordinary Brougham. Always. free from wet. icside lamps; also Landaus, Broua-i hams., Victorias, light Loudon Hansoms, small Omnibnsses, Wasirouettes, Char-u-ham-s, !i"h( American Funeral Cars, Hearses, and Sheliberes 50 other Carnages, some c,itial to uew. easy terms, i- Cilalogties an-(I Drawings free. John MarstontJ Carriage oiks, Ltd., Bradford st, Birmingham, v (16 7 1,- LE 'T i,,oi Arthur and Bod JSleurig, Bath J. Street, Rhj 1. Superior private residences, each containing three entertaining rooms, nine bedrooms, dressing rooms, &c.. with all mouera conveniences.- Apply Messrs T. Foulkes and Son, Builders, 71 West Parade, or Mr J Shaw Green 11 Mill Street. Warrington. 142 \Or N<; LADY Junior Assistant to the L Genera! Drapery \ivp out,- -Apply personally tf) H Milhvard. Draper, RVyl. ~u~> .4 li'ilEXTrCE Wanted for the ELKCXBiO LIGHTING BUSINESS. Splendid oppor- tunity. Small premium required. Address.— Beta," "Journal Office, Rhyl. liJS rPO BE LET, with immediate possession, -L CRA1GLEA, Bath Street, Rhyl. Rent £ 40. 1 per annum. Also ROUALEVX, adjoining rent £ 35 per annum.—Apply, Messrs Gamlni and Willi:i:ns.Solicitors. Rhvl. Let. Uninraished, two Corner i 1 Houses in Victoria Avenue, Sea Bank ttoad, each c MJiaing 2 Entertaining Rooms. Bedrooms, j Bathromn, and usual domestic offices: immediate possession. Rent of each i'2;» per annum. Apply Greenhalgh and Gear\, Auctioneers, Rhyi. J") EMOVAL.—MKS Wtu.TAMS, 20a Bedford j I Street, has removed to lii <J.ucen Street., where I she will still endeavour to supply her patrons with suitable servants, Hours 10 to 12, uud 2 to 8. (360 11 1,1 A rAlvTMF.NlS in tl.c Lake; District are bpst obtained 1\ by an Advertisement in the Kendal Mercury and Times. -JO words. Is.; 3 weeks. 6d. TO ALL HAVIN'G APARTMENTS TO LET AT RHYL.- Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments Empty, when for Is. ior 3 weeks. 2s. fid) vou car. have a O-word Advertisement in the Kendal Mercury and Times." which circulates all over the English Lake District, which each veir sends hundreds of visitors to Wales.—Address "Mercury and Times Otlice Kendal. LYTILUL FURNISHED APARTMENTS.— Holiday-makers seeking a quiet seaside and rural resort en the Lancashire Coast fix on Lytham isix miles from Blackpool Those requiring Apartments would be quickly r.ccummodated 1-Y inserting a small advertise- ment in the "Lytham Tunes: -02 words Is.: or four insertions for 3s. 9d. This irmmal h the onlv one printed and published in this flourishing district.— Address Manager Times Otiice, Lviham. APARTME-NTS.-To all navmg Apartments to Let.— Do net loose pounds by having your apartments empty, when for Is (or 3 weeks 2s you cau have a 30-word advertisement in six London suburban newspapers, circu- lating in districts which each year send thousands of visitors to Rhvl and other pleasing resorts hi the neigh- hourimod. Nanirs of papers Leyton. Levtonstone.West Ham. Wanstead. Woodford and Forest Gate. Manor Park and IHorù" Express and Independent. —Address. Pub- lisher. "Independent Office, Lcytonstone. London. N.E. DI NOON rton the Clyde:.—Residents in RbN! and District desiring Apartments at Dunoon. Innellan, Kien, Hunter's Quay, and Holy Loch District should insert an advertisement in The Dunoon Observer and Argyllsliire Staiid:ii-,i fonr insertions, -%vc,rds. Is. PnolisiLinu Olhec. J'unoon-roiid. ljjs"h&'> Ouidc to J >unoor. and OiM.rii'i Ui.iat; .nte«t, [,(;S1 free for J., ftiun the Publishers. Duuoon-roiid. u ISLE OF MAX. — Intending Visitors should make J_ known their in the "Isie of Man Examiner." 24 worJs nrevwjd. (id.; three insertions. Is. Broadbent s Popular Guide Book, post free. Sd. Books on Many Folklore, of S. U, Broadbent and Cu.. Ltd,. Yictori' Street. Douglas. pOUNTRY SERVANTS- FARM STOClTpRODUCE wish t,, buy sell, or engage:' If so. adver- tise m the Ormskirk Advertiser and Agricultural Intelligencer for est Lanceshire" -established half-» century!, and yon will «y, V/h:ii von want-"M • • l f-v One Shilling: additional icVtims Publishing Offi.M-s. Omskiri;. J lANDRINDOD \YKLLS~TL, he^ h tuose scukii* apartments at the Well W efn5tT?" v^,<OB1'd Wales News," Nlsitn' published every Friday, Id. »aitrr- >eV ,(■ i• 'rJV1 •'U^ ^.c!ini''es *or domestic servants^ r'mrr v-r>iVi i l 7 i L11L' an advertisement in this uipnt 'V^ ailta"eous to those seekiDg employ. ment. xl. ad Otlvces-High Street. Llandrindod Wells. T?ASl SI FK)LK (BtSCCLES).—Residents in Rhvl anc f!,strni: de«rine Apartments at Becclesi or an*- other urn;, th^Broads. shoald insert u mauh adv«, ^lts.m. m ti,t. Eust .Suii'oik Giizette. a popular pa-pts wv coL.jIe?. an 1-lie Mdjoinisg district*. Price. 24 u-oriis, one liisei Lieu. i- insertions. 2s.: six, A.hlress. E'^t Sntfulk Be-.tie>. rPO LET.-Xos. and 4. BEL LE VUK -l TERRACE, BAT H STREiT three enter taining, eight bed ,'ooir.h, ba'dhrooni, h. and c. ayi(i house, garden ironii and back vacant possssion. i—Jos. Wiliiauis, Auctioaeer Rhyl 13a.-