PRESTATYN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY.—Before W T Girdlestone (in the chair), Messrs R C Enyon, W H Coward, W Bulcock, and R J Williams. The Manslaughter Case: Prisoner Committed for Trial. Considerable interest was shown in the case in which Thomas Jones, a tailor, of Dyserth, Was charged with the manslaughter of John Ellis, of Meliden Road, Prestatyn, on the 3rd of August. The court was crowded. Mr F J Gamlin prosecuted, and Mr Oswald Moseley appeared on behalf of the prisoner. Mr Gamlin briefly reviewed the circum- stances of the fight, as told to the Coroner and fully reported in last week's "Journal." He quoted a case where it had been decided that where death had taken place as a result of a fight, the person who caused death was responsible for killing, whether the deceased had struck the first blow or not. The defen- dant had been a very hardworking and respect- able tailor in the district for many years, and had a wife and nine children to support. He Hight, therefore, be depended not to exaggerate the evidence against him, but to lay it before the court in an impartial way. The man evidently felt his position keenly, for when arrested he said It is a bad job." Wm Cunnah, Ffordd Isa, Prestatyn, labourer, was the first witness called, and Repeated his evidence as he gave it before the Coroner, giving full details of the whole affair. He said he did not call it a fight at all. It was like two chickens fighting (laughter). They were not fisting each other they were only shag-wigging each other. The magistrates asked what shag-wigging' Ineant, and witness explained that they were shaking each other. He did not call it a fight at all. Cross-examined by Mr Moseley Jones did not hit Ellis what he did was done in self- defence. Llewellyn Roberts, railway porter, said he helped to separate the two men. who were struggling on the ground outside the hotel. The men were not drunk, nor sober, but they had had some beer. Witness went away after the men had been parted, but when he returned later the two were fighting again. There was a crowd round. He thought it was a fight. Cross-examined by Mr Moseley He should say it was a fight. The men struck each other. John Roberts, a plasterer, Prestatyn, said he was outside the Railway Hotel. He saw Thomas Jones on the ground, and Ellis was standing up. Witness coaxed Ellis away and they went together up the steps. When they reached the top of the bridge they stopped to see the Volunteer train go out, and leaned over the bridge. In a minute or two Ellis appeared ill, and fell down on his back. Witness sent for some brandy, but Ellis could Hot take any, and he died in a few minutes. Cross-examined Ellis was a bit excited after the fight, but he made no complaint. Deceased walked up the bridge at an ordinary pace without any assistance. Mr Gamlin said he had four more witnesses who could corroborate most of what the previous witnesses had said. Perhaps it would not be necessary to call them. The Chairman No, I don't think we need hear them. Dr A Eyton Lloyd, Rhyl, said he made a post-mortem examination on the body of John Ellis. There was no evidence on the body of external injury. The deceased's heart was distended with fluid blood, and had very thin Walls. There was no valvular disease. In his opinion the cause of death was attributable to the failure of the heart's action. If deceased had previously been engaged in a fight or struggle it would affect the heart, as the exertion would be too great. Cross-examined: There were no evidences of external injuries whatever, nor on the scalp. If deceased had been struck on the head there would have been a clot of blood visible. In his opinion any excitement might have caused deceased's death. The walls of his heart were Unusually thin. The heart was more empty of blood than usual. He thought the fact that the man walked up the steps immediately after the struggle militated against the recovery of the heart, as also did the position of the man in leaning over the bridge. Dr Wimberley, Prestatyn, said that in con- sequence of a message he visited the railway bridge, and found the deceased quite dead. Witness made a post mortem examination in conjunction with Dr Lloyd, and had heard the tatter's evidence that morning. There was nothing the matter with the organs of the body which were flabby, small, and weak. In his opinion the cause of death was failure of the heart's action, brought on by exertion and excitement. Cross-examined He made a superfical ex- amination about half-an-hour after death. There was no mark about the body whatever. This concluded the case, Mr Moseley stating he did not intend to call any witnesses. Jones, in answer to the charge, pleaded "not guilty." Mr Moseley reserved his defence, and prisoner was committed to take his trial at the assizes, bail being allowed, in a surety for himself in £50, and two sureties in JE50 each. The Inspector objected to the bail surety of a man named George Lewis, alleging that he was not Worth anything, and was now paying monthly instalments in respect of a County Court debt. -Lewis was questioned as to his means, and ijid he had two cows, a pony and trap, some Pigs and fowls, also a stack of hay. Mr Gamlin Then why don't you pay your debts 1 Lewis I am doing. Satisfactory bail was eventually forthcoming In the person of Mr Richards, tailor. Hot Weather or Bad Beer. Joseph Jones, Axton, Llanasa, was charged by Wm Hughes, Sarn, Llanasa, with having assaulted him. He was also summoned for Using threats on the 29th of July.—Mr F J Gamlin appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Joseph Lloyd for the defence.—Mr Gamlin stated that defendant, according to his instruc- tions, had used some disgraceful and blasphemous language, in addition to assaulting the com- plainant. Defendant had a grudge against his client for something or the other. He did not know whether it was due to the hot weather or to bad beer served in these villages, but it was a fact that at this time of the year there were disgraceful things going on, and it was time a stop was put to it.—Hughea, who spoke Welsh, frequently answered in a moment of forgetfulness In English, said Jones threatened to kill him, and he was afraid of him.—Thomas Williams said he saw the assault, and heard Jones use threats.—Edwrard Parry said he did not see Jones strike Hughes, but heard the latter shout "Murder."—Edward Thomas and Mar- garet Williams were also called for the prosecu- tion.—Mr Lloyd said the evidence was, in his opinion, worthless. None of the witnesses coulcl give particulars of the assault. As he Was instructed, there was no assault whatever, and there hed been no corroboration of the Plaintiff's statement.—Joseph Jones denied that he used threats or assaulted the plaintiff. Hughes tan him with a poker.—Edward Jones was also called.—The Chairman said the evidence was conflicting, and the case would be dis- eased, each party to pay his own costs. The Drink. George Jones, labourer. TroJogan, Llanasa, was summoned for being drunk and disorderly the 24th July. He pleaded guilty.—P.C. Idfield stated the facts of the case, and said that ones used exceedingly bad language.—Fined s 6d and 7s 6d costs, or 7 days in default. Cadwaladr Owen, Penyffordd, Newmarket, summoned for beinor drunk and disorderly at Newmarket, and Johjo Hughes, Newmarket, as also charged with a similar offencc.- -P.C. avies said the men were fighting and very ^orderly.—As each pleaded guilty, they were ned 2s 6d and 7s 6d costs each. A Pair of Ducks." Harriet Parry, married woman, Prestatyn, was charged by Mary Roberts, of Rosebery House, Prestatyn, with having assaulted her on the 24th July.—!She pleaded not guilty.— The complainant said that the defendant threatened to pull her eye out, and stamp on it like "a sheep's eye." Defendant chen caught hold of her and scratched her face.—For the defence Parry said that her husband had been a cripple for eight years, and that she had been a cripple herself for some time. She gained a living by keeping hens and ducks. She ad- mitted that her poultry sometimes trespassed on Mrs Roberts' property. -On the day in question a duck got on to plaintiff's land, and Mrs Roberts "screwed" its neck and threw it into her (witness's) garden. Witness went to see plaintiff about it, when Mrs Roberts struck her, and she (witness) struck her back in self-defence. Defendant said she had no wit- nesses present. They would not come, being afraid of Mrs Roberts.—The Chairman We shall fine you 5s and 14s costs, or 14 days' im- prisoiimeiit. -Parry I shan'fe pay, I can't.— The Clerk Keep cool.—Parry I don't care, I shan't pay a penny, so I tell you straight. I'll do the fourteen days.—The Chairman Then you are in custody. Whose Property? James Williams, Ochryfoel, Dyserth, charged Sarah Lewis with assault on the 15th August.— Mr Gamlin appeared for the prosecution, and Mr Moseley defended. W iniams said that as he was trimming a hedge in front of defendant's house, she swore at him, threw stones, pushed a pickel at him through the hedge, and threatened to knock his brains out.Air Moseley said the case arose out of a disputed possession of the hedge, and therefore the jurisdiction of the Magistrates was ousted.— This was followed by a long legal argument.- The case was dismissed.
THE DENBIGHSHIRE AND FLINT- SHIRE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. The success of the show held on Thursday week at Mold, and briefly referred to by us in our last issue, was proved by the fact that 1311 was the total of the sum received at the gates, as against P261 when the Society previously had visited Mold, nd as against £ 231 received in Denbigh last year. The grand stand produced £85, as against 934 in Mold and L73 in Denbigh on previous occasions. This success is the more signal when it is taken into account that on the previous week another show-an opposition one, in the opinion of some—had been held at Denbigh. Then, as to the quality of the exhibits -that has been described as excellent in quality and numeri- cally strong. The Mold people were put on their mettle by thelDenbigh show men, and worked well. The Ruthin folk vow and promise similar exertions on behalf of next year's show, which is to be held in that town. Mr Welsby, the secre- tary of the show, worked hard, and it is mainly due to hip assiduous efforts and the way he was backed up by the executive committee that the show turned out to be such a tremendous success. IMPLEMENTS. Best collection of agricultural implements-I W. J. Jones, Mold. Best collection of useful or domestic articles—1 T. J. Roberts, Mold. Best single or double plough- 1 and 2 Edward Cart- wright, Nannerch. Best Milk Float, cart or waggon—1, E Bellis, Mold. Best collection of Carriages—1, E Bellis. Best collection of Cycles—1, Jones and Son, Mold. CATTLE. SHORT HORNED. Bull, calved in 1900-1, G D Lloyd, Rosset. Bull, two years and over—1, Charles Murless, Wrex- ham 2 Frank Bibby, Rhyl. Bull, 1 and under 2 years old—G D Lloyd, Rosset; 2, W H Hobson, Malpas. Cow, in calf or mlik—1, John Charles Read, Northop Hall, Northop 2 W Owens, Rhuddlan. Heifer, 2 and under 3 years, in calf or milk—1 and 2, Charles Murless. Heifer, 1 and under 2 years old—1, G D Lloyd, Ros- sett 2, S Chambers, Rhuddlan. Half or cross-bred Cow, in calf or in milk—1 Edmund Peel, Overton; 3 John Charles Read, Northop. Half or cross-bred Heifer, 1 and under 2 years old—1 Edmund Peel, Overton; 2 Frank Lloyd, Wrexham. HUNT BULLS. For the Bull that has been best cared for—1 and 2 Flint and Denbigh Hunt Committee. DAIRY AND CROSS-BRED CATTLE. Bull, any breed, one and not exceeding two years- 1 G D Lloyd, Rossett; 2 W H Hobson, Malpas. Bull, not eligible for Class 7, calved in 1900-1 George Taylor, Celwyn 2 Mrs C Roberts, John Bellis, Northop. Pair dairy cows—1 W H Hobson. Pair dairy cows, property of tenant farmers within 10 miles of Mold—1 Job Lea, Wrexham 2 H E Parry, Wrexham. Half or cross-bred cow, in calf or in milk-l W H Hobson 2 Frank Lloyd, Wrexham. Half or cross-bred heifer, 2 and under 3 years, in calf or in milk—1 Frank Bibby, Rhyl 2 Henry Denson, Rhuddlan. Half or cross-bred heifer, 1 and uoder 2 years old- 1 Frank Lloyd 2 Frank Bibby. Paii heifers, calved in 1890, in calf or in milk, the property of a tenant farmer—1 Frank Bibby 2 W P Jones, Newmarket. Pair heifers, most suitable for feeding purposes, the property of a tenant farmer—1 W H Roberts, Tyddyn :l H Rowlands, Mold F Bibby. Pair of heifers, calved in 1900, property of tenant farmers—1 Frank Lloyd 2 W P Jones, Rhuddlan. Fat calf, calved in 1901, and fed on Ashworth's Calf Meal—1 Edmund Peel, Overton 2 H Rowlands. Cottager's cow, restricted to X15 rental—1 Edward Jones, Northop 2 E Foulkes, Mold. Pair bullocks, calved in 1901, the property of a tenant farmer—1 W H Roberts 2 W P Jones, Rhuddlan. WELSH CATTLE. Cow, in calf or in milk—1 & 2 E Rowlands, Denbigh' Heifer. 2 and under 3 years old, in calf or in milk- 1 E Rowlands 2 Major Lloyd, Mold. HEAVY HORSES—STALLIONS. Cart stallion, having regularly travelled in the Society's districts, season 1901-1 W Thompson, Mold 2 Thomas Roberts, Cwm. SHIRE HORSES. Pair of cart horses—1 J Lea, Wrexham; 2 J E Parry do Cart mare. with foal at foot-1 H E Parry, Wrexham 2 W Dyke, Pulford Cart gelding or filly, 3 and not exceeding 4 years- 1 W Huxley, Chirk; 2 W Rowlands, Nerquis. Cart gelding or filly, 2 and under 3 years—1 G H Mul- lock, Pulford 2 Frank Lloyd, Wrexham. Cart gelding or filly, over 1 and under 2 years—1 E Evans, Pulford 2 H E Parry, Wrexham. Cart foal, foaled in 1901-1 H E Parry, Wrexham 2 W Shepherd, Sealand. Cart mare with foal at foot, residing within 10 miles of Mold-T Lloyd Denbigh; 2, W Dyke, Cart gelding or filly, not exceeding 3 years old, the property of a bona-fide tenant farmer—1 G H Mullock. Cart gelding or filly. 3 and under 4 years old, the property of a tenant farmer—1 W Roberts, Nerquis 2 R White, Llanarmon. Cart gelding or filly, 2 and uuder 3 years old the property of a tenant farmer—1 G H Mullock 2 John Woolrich, Rossett. LIGHT HORSES. STALLIONS. Roadster Stallion, Society's District, 1901-1 Hon. Mrs Ward, Old Colwyn 2 James Storrar, M.R.C.V.S., Chester. HACKNEYS AND PONIES. Roadster mare, with foal at foot—1 W H Roberts. Tyddyn 2 W Conwy Bell, Rhuddlan. Mare with foal at foot, not exceeding 11 hands—1 Frank Lloyd, John Jones and Son, Colwyn Bay. Pony mare, with foal at foot, not exceeding 13 hands- 1 John Jones and Son; 2 Joseph Blackwell, Cilcain. Roadster mare or gelding, 2 and under 3 years old- 1 T Smith, Ty'n Rhyl; 2 H A Cope, Holywell. Roadster mare or gelding, 1 and under 2 years—1 J Roberts, Johnstown; 2 T Smith, Ty'n Rhyl. Roadster foal, foaled 1901 I T Smith, 2 W H Roberts, Tyddyn. Roadster foaled in 1901, by Haggis,' 6769-1 and 2 W H Roberts, Tyddyn. Roadster foal, foaled, by Leyswood Speculation or Lovely Thomas and John Jones, Sandycroft 2 H A Cope. Roadster foal, foaled in 1901, by 'Almanso '—1 Joseph Blackwell, Cilcain- Mountain pony. mare or gelding (in the rough), not exceeding 12 hands-I, John Jones and Son; 2 Daniel Edwards, Cymmau. HARNESS HORSES. Mare or gelding over 15 hands—1 T Bateman, Northop. Mare or gelding, over 11 hands and not exceeding 15 hands—1, W Conwy Bell, Rhuddlan 2, James Taylor, Wrexham. Mare or gelding, over 13 and not exceeding 11 hanùs- 1. W Conwy Hell; 2, J Jones, Dodleston. Pony mare or gelding. 13 hands and under-I, W H H Sykes, Afonwen 2, Miss G Davies Cooke, Mold. Marc or gelding, over 15 hamls-L Hon Mrs Ward, Old Colwyn 2, W Hughes, M.R.C.V.S, Cacrwys. Marc or gelding, over 14 and not exceeding 15 hands— 1 W Couwy Bell, 2 James Taylor, Wrexham. Mare or gelding, over 13 and not exceeding 14 hands- 1 W Conwy Bell, 2 J Jones & Son, Colwyn Bay. Pony turn-out, pony not to exceed 12 hands, and to be driven by a lady-I ) Jones & Son, 2 .1 Lloyd, By. meirchion Tandem team—1 W Conwy Bell. 2 W Hughes,M.R.C.V.S Single turnout, mare or gelding, to be shown in harness 1 E W Jones, Northop; 2 C Parry, Nannerch, f radesman's turnout, consisting of horse, harness and vehicle, used by him for the purpose of delivering his goods for one month previous to day of show—1 E Angel, Rhyl POULTRY. Indian game, cock or hen—1 and special, G A Osborn, Bangor: 2 James Fisb, Ruthin; 3 John A Harker, Rhyl. Dorking, cock or hen—1 Edmund Peel, Overton 2 James Leech, St Asaph 3 J A Farker. Orpington, cock or hen—1 and special. Mrs Stanley Clarke, Gwersyllt; 2 Colonel S Sandbach, Abergele 3 W P Williams, Abergele. Wyandotte, cock or hen—1 Mrs Williams, Borth Lodge, Ruabon; 2 aud 3 Colonel Sandbach. Miuorca or Leghorn, cock or hen—1 Roberts, Bros., Ruthin; 2 Colonel S Sandbach 3 Mrs H S Gough, Tal y cafn. Ancona, cock or hen—1 and 2 A T Johnson, Glan Conwy 3 Charles Armley, Mold. Any other variety not mentioned, except Bantam— cock or hen—1 3 and special, J A Harker 2 Mrs J J Williams, Ruthin. Cockerel, any pur1; breed, hatched 1901—1 Colonel S Sandbach 2 John Roberts, Mold 3 J A Harker. Pallet, any pure breed, hatched 1901—1 and special, Isaac Jone.s, Rutbin: 2 and 3 Colonel 8 Sandbacb. Table Fowl, Cross-bred cockerel or puilet, hatched 1901—No competition. Bantam, Game cock or hen—1 2 and special, Miss Lizzie Jones. Abergele 3 J M Pritchard. Drake or duck, any other variety-l and special, Kvan Jones, St Asaph 2 W P Williams; 3 Colonel S Sandbach. Gander or Goose—1 Robert Edwards, Mold 2 and 3 Alfred Parry, Shotton. Turkey, cock or hen—1 and special. C Harris, Chirk 2 ] Roberts, Nerquis; 3 Miss Griffiths, Mold. Selling class, male or female, price not to exceed 20s—1 C Harris 2 John A Harker 3 Isaac Jones. PIGEONS. Carrier or Dragon, cock or hen—1 and special, D M Pritchard, Carnarvon; 2 John A Harker; 3 J 0 Harker, Rhyl. Jacobin, cock or hen—1 and 3, T L Meire, Mount Kinnerton; 2 John 0 Harker. Tumblers, cock or hen—1 Jones and Millward, Ban- gor; 2 J D Vaughan, Mold 3 John A Harker. Show Jlomer, cock—1 and special, John A Harker 2 Alfred Roberts, Port Dinorwig; 3 John 0 Harker. Flying] Homer, cock—1 John A Harker 2 H and J Thomas, Abergele; 3 J 0 Harker. Flying Homer, hen—1 and special, John A Harker 2 and 3 J 0 Haiker. Any other Distinct Variety, not previously mentioned, cock or hen—1 and special, T Locklsy Meire; 2 and 3 Jones and Millward. Any Variety, bred in 1901, cock or ben-l and 3. J 0 Harker 2 J A Harker. Selling Class, any variety, price not to exceed lO.. cock or hen.-1 T L Meire; 2 J G Harker 3 S Reynolds, Bistre. DOGS (OPKN TO NORTH WALES) Collie, Dog or Bitch, never having won any prize— 1 J J Farrell, Denbigh 2 JohnHalsall, Gwernymynydd 3 David Roberts, Penmachno. Collie, Dog or Bitch, puppy under 12 months old- 1 R Muir, Upper Bangor; 2 David Roberts; 3 R S Roberts, Denbigh. Collie, Dog or Bitch, never having won three first prizes—1 Mrs H Morgan, Prestatyn 2 R Muir 3 J J Farrell. Collie. Dog or Bitch, open—1 Mrs H Morgan 2 R Muir 3 David Roberts. Sheep Dog or Bitch, belonging to a Farmer or Butcher —1 David Roberts; 2 Robert Jones, Wrexham 3 David Roberts. Fox Terrier, Dog, or Bitch, never having won any prize —1 Hon Mrs Ward, Oid Colwyn 2 Hugh Owen, Llandudno 3 John Philip Jones, junr Holywell. Fox Terrier, Dog or Bitch, Puppy under 12 months old—1 Hon Mrs Ward 2 Hugh Owen 3 John P Jones. Fox Terrier, Dog or Bitch, never having won three first prizes—1 W James. Denbigh; 2 W C Roberts, 3 Hou Mrs Ward. Fox Terrier, Dog or Bitch, open—1 and 2 Hon Mrs Ward 3 W C Roberts- Welsh Terrier, Dog or Bitch, never having won any prize—1 W James 2 T L Meire 3 Randall Maddocks, Mold. Scottish Terrier. The prizes in this class are the gift of J Eldon Banks, K C-1 A R Hughes, Llanrwst; R Bootle, Colwyn Bay 3 P P Pennant, St Asaph. Any other variety Terrier. Dog or Bitcb-1 John Bailey, Hawarden; 2 Price Edwards, Bagillt; 3 R Bootle. Setter, Dog or Bitch—1 MissK M Bywater, Bettws y Coed; 2 R Blackwall Monsdale, Llanrwst; 3 Capt Watkin Davies, Denbigh. Retriever, Dog or Bitch-1 Percy J Pace, Llangollen 2 Miss R M Bywater; 3 Captain E Watkin Davies. Spaniel, Cocker Dog or Bitch—1 J Foulkes Roberts, Henllan; 2 W T Royl, Llandrillo yn Rhos; 3 Henry Smith, Trefnant. Spaniel, any other variety except Cocker, Dog or Bitch—1 W J Evans, Festiniog; 2 W Jones, Cilcaen; 32 Thomas Jones, Trt fnant. Dog or Bitch, any other breed not previously men- tioned, and over 251bs-1 Mrs Handcock, Padeswood; 2 W C Roberts, Llandudno 3 No Name, Hawarden. Dog or Bitch, any other breed not previously men- tioned, 121bs and under 251bs—1 Mrs T Welsby, Rhyl; 2 Price Edwards, Bagillt; 3 Mrs Flinter, Mold. Dog or Bitch, any other breed not previously men- tioned, and not exceeding 12!bs— 1 Mrs Flinter 2 Miss Roberts, Rhyl; 3 W J Stanfield, Corwen. LITTER CLASS. Litter of Puppies, any breed, not less than three in nnmber. and under fonr months old—1 J J Farrell: 2 David Williams, Denbigh: 3 John Williams. DRESSED POULTRY. Couple dressed chickens, hatched 1901—1 MrsPeake, Nannerch 2 Margaret Ingman, Llanfynydd; 3 Elizabeth Roberts, Denbigh. Best couple dressed ducklings, hatched 1901—1 Mrs Peake 2 Elizabeth Roberts 3 W B Sadler, Holt, COLLECTION OF PRODUCE. Best collection of dairy and farm yard produce—1 William B Sadler. Holt; 2 W Roberts, Nerquis. EGGS. Six white hen eglSs, single yolk—1 E Meredith, Mold 2 Mrs Welsby, Rhyl; 3 Joseph Forrester, Northop. Six brown hen eggs, single yolk—1 Mra Welsby 2 Mrs Peake; 3 Evan Jones, St Asaph. HONEY. Six glasses run or extracted honey—1 2 and 3 E H Cruttenden, St Asaph. Six sections or cases in comb—1 John Berry, Llan- rwst; 2 R David Hughes, Denbigh 3 J F Pugh & Sons, Mold. Six glasses run or extracted honey (light colour), to be exhibited by a cottager—1 Isaac Jones, Mold 2 W Davies, Northop Hall; 3 P Doody, Bodfary. CHEESE. Three Cheese, made in 1901, white or coloured, to be exhibited by the maker, each cheese to weigh over —1 Joseph Jones, Dodleston 2 G H Muilock, Poulton 3 W H Hobson. Three cheese, made in 1901, white or coloured, to be exhibited by the maker, each cheese to weigh 201bs and not to exceed 501bs—1 C Millington, Rossett; 2 Thomas Blake, junr, Bangor on Dee; 3 W H Hobson, Malpas. Three cheese made in 1901, white or coloured, to be exhibited by the maker, each cheese to weigh over 501bs —1 and challenge bowl, G H Mullock; 2 Joseph Jones. 3 Richard Booth, Crewe. Three cheese made in 1901, white or coloured, to be exhibited by the maker, 201bs and not to exceed 501bs- 1 P Dutton, Huxley 2 S Rothnell, Audlem 3 Thomas Mottershead, Wem. Three cheese, made in 1901, 201bs and over, white or coloured, to be exhibited by the maker, who has never won alirst prize at any 14bow-l Thomas Blake, junr 2 J F Heath. Wrexham 3 Miss E Parry, Croesyokin. CROSS BRED SHEEP AND LAMBS. Five cross bred shearling Wethers, long wool—1 W H Roberts, Tyddyn; 2 J G and J N Gratton. Abergele. Three cross bred lambs, bred by exhibitor, cross to be specifiad-l J G and J N Gratton; 2 E Rowlands, Den- bigh. One Ram and three Ewe, any mountain breed, bred by the exhibitor—1 and 2 E Bowland". BUTTER. Star Supply Stores' Challenge cup for butter, value £5 5s—F Bibby, Rhyl. Crock or tub of butter, slightly salted, not less than 201bs weigkt—IT Welsby, Rhyl; 2 H W Buddicome, Nannerch 3 Mrs Lloyd, Denbigh. Four half pounds of butter, slightly salted — 1 H W Buddicome 2 J Eldon Banks, Northop 3 T P Davies- Cooke. Mold. Four half-pcunds of butter, perfectly free from salt— 1 H W Buddicome; 2 E Meredith, Mold 3 T P Davies. Cooke. Three pounds of butter, slightly salted (open to tenant farmers depending on farming)-1 and cup, F Bibby, Rhyl; 2 Isaac Wynne, Llandyrnog 3 Thomas Griffiths, Mold. Best exhibit of fancy butter, made up in the most ornamental style for the table (no artificial colouring allowedJ-1 Miss S Owen, Denbigb; 2 Miss E Price, Rhosesmor; 3 Mrs Williams, Lianferres. BREAD, DRESSED POULTRY, CREAM CHEESE, AND PRODUCE. Best loaf white bread, 41bs or over-1 and 2, J D Rowlands, Mold 3 Davies & Sons, Mold. Loaf brown bread. 21bs or over—1 T G Wynne, Mold 2 Mrs J J Jones, Mold 3 Mrs F Marsh, Abergele: Loaf barley bread, 21bs and over -1 H & J Thomas, Abergele; 2 C R Jones, Rhyl; 3 Mrs J J Jones. Loaf white bread, 21be or over, made on theii own premises by a farmer or householder—1 Mrs E Price, Northop 2 Mrs F Marsh 3 Mrs Annie Jones, Northop. LEAPING COMPETITIONS- Jumping over hurdles and water, etc., open to the United Kingdom—1 F W Grange, Chester; 2 C W Jackson, Deganwy 3 W Lowe, Hoole. Jumping over hurdles and vater, open to the whole of Denbighshire and Flintshire—1 W Shepherd, Rosset; 2 Ed Williams, Mold 3 H White, Liandegla, SHEE P. SHROPSHIRE DOWN. Shropshire Down Ram, 2 or 3 shear—1 2 and special, John Eldon Bankes, Northop. Shearling Ram-l John Eldon Bankes; 2 Colonsl Sandbach, Abergele. Ham Lamb—1 and 2 John Eldon Bankes. Pen of 3 Ewes that have reared lambs this season— 1 W H Roberts, Tyddyn 2 John Chas Read. Northop. Pen of 3 Shearling Ewes—1 Col Sandbach 2 John Eldon Bankes. Pen of 3 Ew lambs-l and 2 J Eldon Banket*, WELSH SHEEP. Ram, two or throe shear—1 W Conwy Bell, Rhuddlan 2 W Lenthec, Ruthin. Shearling rim—1 W Conwy Bell; 2 W Leathcs. Ram lamb—1 and 2, W Leathes. Pen of three Ewes that have roared lambs this HCBSOII —1 J G and J N Gratton, Abergele 2 W Conwy Bell, Ten of three shearling Ewos—1 special, J G and J N Gratton 2 W Conwy Bell. Pen of three Ewe Lambs—1 J y and J N Gratton 2 W Conwy Bell. ANY OTHER DISTINCT BREED. Ram, 1 2 or 3 shear—1 special, John Chas Read, Nor- th 2 Wm Leathes. Ram lamb—1 and 2 John Chas Read, Pen of three Ewes, that have reared lambs this season —1 W P Jones, Newmarket; 2 T R Probert, Chester. 1 Three Ewe lambs, that have reared lambs this season —1 John Chas Read, 2 W Leathes. -1 John Chas Read, 2 W Leathes.
I London College of Music. At the recent examination held at the Philhar- monic Hall, Liverpool, on July 15, Mr Thomas Peake, the 'Nash,' Rhyl, passed with honours the A.L.C.M. degree of the college pianoforte playing Also, at the Church House, Rhyl, on Julyltfth, the following candidates passed successfully in pianoforte playing :—Senior Section (1st Class Division) Miss Winifred Jones., Eastwood, Rhyl; Miss Florence Jewell, Greymount, Prestatyn Miss Nellie Jones, Llys Meddyg, Denbigh Miss Florence Evans, Belmont, Denbigh Miss Rnby Wild, The Mount, Bala. Intermediate Section (1st Class Division): Miss Kattie Simpson, Howell's School, Deubigh. The above candidates are pupils of Mr Bryan Warhurst, Haydn House, Rhyl. Senior Section (1st Class Division) Miss Edith Morris. Intermediate Section (Honours): Miss Fanny Lead. Intermediate Section (1st Class Division) Miss Hilda M Barrow. Pupils of Miss Roberts, Fairholuie, Rhyl. Advanced Senior Section G II Hilton. Intermediate Sec- tion: F Mortimer. Elementary Section: S Clark. Elementary Section (Singingi Edwin Farrow. Pupils ot Mr Beatie, Epworth College, Rbyl Primary Section Miss Sophin Vowrri, Mia Hall, Dyserth. Pupils of Miss Mulligan—Senior Sec- tion (Honours) Miss Dora Roberts, The Grove, Prestatyn. The examiner was Mr M Kingston, Mus. Bac., London, Hon. Local Secretary Mr Bryan Warhurst. Rhyl.
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Produced from the best Seeds at GLANRAVON NURSERIES, RHYL. Ask for Glanravon Tomatoes' At the FRUITERERS and CREENCROCERS. Imperial Family & Commercial Hotel, HHYL. A goodly house, the feast smells well." Coriolanus iv. 5. PROPRIETOR: W. K. MILLER, R.A.O.B., C.T.C. Handsome Saloon Bar. Billiards. ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.! Picnic & Excursion Parties catered for "ERA" TAKEN (588 Gr R APHOPHON ES j AC-JhiVr ERNEST JONES, PHOTOGRAPHER, OUEEN STREET. Call at tho Studio for particulars. (2S5 ASK YOUR STATIONER FOR IORRELLS IJL BLUE lllACK) IMS. IN PATENT SCHE'V.STOPPERED BOTTLES, WITH LIP. Ageiii—James Dowell. Stationer, Wellington Road. I Shyl Minstrel Troupe. E. H. WILLIAMS' FAMOUS RHYL MERRIE MEN. r The Birmingham Daily Gazette has drawn the attention of its thousands of readers to the fact that Mr E. H. Williams was making special efforts for the week ends. SAN DOE'S LIBRARY -0- ALL BOOKS AT ONE PRICE 2d. per vol. New Books added every Week. j Popular Books at a Popular Price Note our Address for Library Books— 56a High Street, Rhyl. No Library Books are kept at our Bodfor-st Depot A. & HTSANDOE. m E. J. GREENHOUSE,! 37 QUEEN STREET, RHYL, FOR Poultry, Butter, & Eggs. SAUSAGES. PORK PIES. COLD MEAT, etc. 313 Botanical Gardens I NOW OPEN DAILY FOR THE PUBLIC (SUNDAYS INCLUDED). Admission 3d. These beautiful Gardens arc situated over Gladstone Bridge, and about half a mile from the Promenade. Visitors cannot help but enjoy an agreeable change by visiting this unique and charming resort, where nature displays its charms. A delightful change from the glare of Sands and Promenade. SUMMER HOUSES, c. LATVN TENNIS. 592) 39 QUEEN STREET (Late M. J. GIBBONS). J. Goldsmith, Begs to inform the Inhabitants of Rhyl and surrounding district, that he has Opened the above Premises with General and Fancy Drapeiy, and Outfitting. GOOD QUALITIES AND AT LOW PRICES INSPECTION INVITED. 39 QUEEN ST. (opposite Market Hall) Branch— 18 Wellington Road. Ererywhert. the World. large Sample packet, 8d. post free. Applg— J. MACINTOSH, Ltd., HALIFAX. } Mtvevou eat, More you want. Try it. IIIS9HHHHHHB8B j ESTABLISHED IX 1836. FOR THE PROTECTION OF TRADE STUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES i STUBBS' Limited). 12, GRESHAM STREET, LONDON, E.O Subscribers, by obtaining timely information, thro ugh THE STATUS ENQUIRY DEPARTMENT, MAY AVOID MAKING BAD DEBTS Every Trader should read S1UBBS' WEEKLY GAZETTE, With which is issued a Supplement containing LIST OF CREDITORS under all the important Failures. The Commercial Registers contain more than Of NINE MILLION ENTRIES Dehts recovered promptly and remitted to Subscribers on Tuesday and Friday in each week. BRANCHES at CARDIFF. SWANSEA, Aberdeen Birmingham, Blackburn, Bradford. Brighton. Bristol, Belfast. Cork, Croydon. Dubli». Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow. Huddersfield, Dull, Leeds, Leicester. Liverpool, London (West End). Manchester. Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Plymouth. Portsirouth. Sheffield, Southampton, Sunderland, and Wolverhampton. SUB-OFFICES—Buxton. Cambridge. DerLy fries, Gloucester, Greenock, Grimsby. Halifax, Hauiey Inverness, Ipswich, Limerick, Londonderry. Middlesboro Newport (MoiA Northampton. Oxford. Perth. Preston, Keadins, Stockton-on-Tees. Torquay, \Vakull. Watcrfor.L Is £226; 1*8 3s -'s according to requirements PROSPECTUS forwarded oa application at any of theatoTfi offices Fred Wallis, Auctioneer and Valuer, Accountant, House, Estate, and Insurance Agent. Collector of Income Tax for the Parishes of Rhuddlan (Rhyl) and St. Asaph. Furnished and Unfurnished Houses to Let on application. Rents collected. Town Hall Buildings,^Wellington-road Rhyl, And at High-street, St. Asaph. 9463 The Oldest Established Auction and Estate Business in Rhyl. MR Hubert R. Holbeche Late WM. HALL d: and Successor to C. AAfOS and J. E. ROBERTS d. Co. AUCTIONEER, Surveyor and Valuer, House, Land and Estate Agent. Sales by Auction and Valuations of Property, Furniture, Farming Stock, Arc. Valuations for Probate, Mortgage, Transfer, itc., Properties and Businesses Sold by Private Treaty, Letting and Cullection of Rents of Residences, Houses, Shops. Farms, &c., Furnished and Unfurnished. Mortgages negotiated. Inventories taken and checked. Properties and Estates carefully managed. Building Estates laid out. Surveys, Maps, &c., for any purpose. Insurances effected through all principal offices. The Auction, Estate, and Survey Offices MARKET STREET, RHYL. (626 Joseph Evans, Auctioneer and Valuer, Desires to call the attention of the Inhabitants of Rhvl and the surrounding district that he is prepared to undertake all kinds of SALES AND VALUATIONS Personally, on the most reasonable Terms, with prompt Cash Settlement guaranteed on Day of Sale. Also J. Evans is prepared to buy for Cash Household Furniture or other Effects; or Parties crm Store any Furniture in the Sale Room until Day of Sale Free of of Charge on applying to the Auctioneer. WELLINGTON RD.. And MARKET ST., RHYL Wallis and Scott, (Late SARSON & SCOTT Auctioneers and Valuers. Mortgages Procured. Insurances Effected. Rents Collected. Valuations Executed. Sales by Public Auction of Land and House Properties, Farming Stocks, Household Furniture, &c., conducted, with Immediate Cash Settlements. Trustees under the Deeds of Arrangements Act, 1888. General Certificate Holders, appointed by Sir Horatio Lloyd, Kt. Offices :— High Street, Prestatyn. i704 G. Perkins, Auctioneer and Valuer House, Estate & Insurance Agent, BRYFFYNNON HOUSE, ABERGELE Auction and Private Sales of Property and Furniture, Cash advances if required. Immediate Settlements. Valuation for Probate or Mortgage skilfully prepared. Hotel and Stock-in-Trade Valuer. General Arbitrator. Estates carefully managed. Rents collected. House and Apartment Agency. Agent to the chief Fire. Life and Accident Insurance Companies. (267 Frank Jewell, AUCTIONEER, House and Estate Agent, Valuer, Life, Eire, Accident, and Plate Glass Insurance Agent. Offices 7 Bodfor Street. Rhyl, 1 (The Late Mr T. C. Amos: Old Office) Grey Mount, Prestatyn. Mr Jos. Williams,| AUCTIONEER, & VALUER, Accountant, Property and Insurance Agent. GENERAL CERTIFICATE HOLDER Appointed by His Honour Judge Horatio Lloj?d,K t SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION personally con ducted on reasonable Terms, with immediate Cash Settlements. VALUATIONS AND INVENTORIES prepared for Mortgage, Probate, Partnership, Transfer of Tenancy and other purposes. Representative of the leading Life, Fire, Acci- dent, Fidelity, Plate-glass, Employers' Liability, Burglary, Licences, and Live Stock Companies. Estate Agent in all its branches. Mortgages procured. Registrar of Marriagee Private Address Peterboro' House, The Grove. Offices County Chambers, 51 Kinme Street, Rhyl. Greenhalgh & Geary, FRANCIS GEARY, A.A.I., Auctioneers, House and Estate Agents, Valuers, Accountants, & Insurance Agents. Mortgages negotiated and Adva-sceb arranged upon Approved Securities. Balancing, Auditing, and Posting of Tradesmen's Books Authorised to levy Distraints for Rent. PROMPT CASH SETTLEMENTS OFFICES A SALE ROOMS— QUEEN'S ARCADE AUCTION MAJlT MARKET STREET, RHYL. Sales by Auction, and Private Contract if Preferred Furniture, Stock in Trade, < £ c Registry fm Letting Farms, Business Premises, Houset (Furnished and Unfurnished), and Apartments and Collection of Rents. sposal of Businesses and Stocks without publicity Valuations for Probate and Administration. Insurance of Life Propei-tv. aad Plate Glass. HUGH WILLIAMS. Practical and Landscape Gardener (LATE Of THE BOTANICAL GAKDEN^, Is prepared to take contracts for all Idncb of Garden and Lawn w<:>rk. Address—48 CHURCH VIEW TERRACE, 189) MILL BANK. RHYL Scholastic Kotices. ELWYHAIL, BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Principals—MISS BEST. B.A.. London; MISS LEY, Newnham College. Mathematical Tripos, Cambridge (Successors to MFS GRIFFITH JONES) assisted by Competent Resident and Visiting Teachers. Prospectus and references on applicstion. 137 School reopens September 23rd. The Principals will be at home from September 16th. MR W. S. STEPHENSON, Professor of the Violin and Cello Member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians) CONDUCTOR OF THE WREXEAM ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. For Terms, Particulars and References apply to Mr Bell Roberts, Music Warehouse, High Street, Rhyl, and Mr Stephenson, Clissold, Wrexham. Testimonials from IV Hutchins, G. F Vinceiit/ Esq., Hr Rogers, C. Morton Bailey, Muc. Bac, John Vunn, Esq., England's Violinist. 24 iRCViLLE v- LADIES' COLLEGE EAST PARADE. RHYL. Principal—MISS MERCIER. Assisted by her niece. Miss Robinson (Certifi- Cambridge andLondonMatriculation) and fully qualified resident Foreign Governesses and visiting Professors Pupils may be prepared for London Matriculation, Universities. Locals, South Kensington (Science and Art), Royal College and Academy of Music, and Trinity College, Music. French and Orerman taught (Conversationally and Grammatically;, and all styies of Drawing and Painting. Special Class-room for Preparatory Pupils. Reference kindly permitted to the Bishop of Bangor and parents of pupils. ^aTrholmIT"™^1- RHYL LADIES' SCHOOL. FAIRFIELD AVENUE. RHYL. Principals—The MISSES ROBERTS — Assisted by Resident Governesses. Visiting Masters for Mathematics, Modern Languages, Drawing, and Drilling. Pupils successfully prepared for examinations, Oxford and Cambridge Local. College of Pre- ceptors and London College of Music. Terms and list of references on application RHYL SCHOOL OF MUSIC PARADISE STREET, MK. BRYAN WARHURST, Member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians. PROFESSOR OF MUSIC Organist and Choirmaster of St. Julian's Church and Rug Chapel. Corwen; Private Organist to the Hon. F. G. Wynn. Carnarvon also to E. O. V. Lloyd. Esq. High Sheriff of Merionethshire gives lessons in the following subjects. PIANO. ORGAN. SINGING, HARMONY. COUNTER POINT and THEORY. Candidates Prepared for the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal Colleue of Music, also the CambridgeLocal and Govprnment Examinations Over 60 Pupils passed, and 8 Prizes gained from Decem her. 1894. to April. 18^7. MR. C. SYDNEY VINNING Organist of S. Thomas Church, Gives advanced lessons on the Pianoforte, Organ, and Singing Maesteg, Rhyl. MISS CHARLOTTE JONES, Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music, RHYL AND DENBIGH, PIANOFORTE-PLAYING, HARMONY &c. Pupil most successful at the Examinations of R.A.M. Incorporated Society of Musicians, and Trinity College, London. Address MISS CHARLOTTE JONES,L.R.A.M. ENBIGH ORIEL HOUSE SCHOOL PREPARATORY DAY AND BOARDING SOHOO. FOR BOYS FlWM SIX TO TWELVE YEARS OF AGE. KINDERGARTEN GLASS. For Prospectus apply to Lady Principal. ST. OSWALD'S, RUSSELL ROAD RHYL. Principals THE MISSES REES Cambridge Hon. and S. Kensington School of Arts Certs. French — Paris. Assisted by MISS DAY (Inter. Arts.. London Hons, and Camb. Teachers' Certs); a RESIDENT FRENCH GOVERNESS and VISITING PROFESSORS. Preparation for al! Exams. Special rune- to deiicnte children. Highest references to C lergy und Parents of Children. on MIDDLE-CLASS EDUCATION. F. WELSH, B.A Course at Instruction: EXGLIS SUBJECTS CLASSICS, MATHEMATICS. FRENCH, BOOK. KEEPING. AND SHORTHAND. BOARDERS RECEIVED. PRIVATE TUITION Full particulars on application. WATER STREET. RHYL RECITATION, SPEAKING, READING, VOICE CULTURE MR W. H. WATSON. Private Lesson, 5s. 6d.: Four, One Guinea High elocutionary accomplishments skill as a teacher.' —Rev. Canon Armour, D.D., Merchant Taylors' School. Crosby. Delighted the audience with several recitatioss— pathetic, humorous, and patriotic.—" Liverpool Post." Great versatility: effective elocution. '—Liverpool Mercury." A gifted reciter/'—'• Chester Chronicle. Pupils visited, or received at Mr Roberts', Handel House (opposite Post Office), Rhyl, where prospectuses mav be obtained. Address—24 Canning Street, Liverpool" 476 ST. ASAPH COUNTY SCHOOL (Under the 52 and 53 Vict., c. 40'i. Chairman of the Governors — SIR W. GRENVILLE WILLIAMS. BART. Bodelwyddan. Head Master—WILLIAM EASTERBY. LL.. B.A. Second Master—J. H. ARNOLD. B.A., rlJIversityof Durham. Dratving Master—J. MULLIGAN. Science Master—W. B. WOODALL University of London Drill Sergeant—SERGEANT INSTRUCTOR EVANS Royal Fusiliers and othf-r Musters, etc. Pupils nre prepared for all Professional and University Examinations, and there is also a modern side for 8 thorough Commercial Education, French and German being special. There are 8 Free Scholarships and 16 Bursaries the Scholarships being tenable for two years. The buildings are large, healthy and commodious, erected in 1881, and surrounded by six acres of playing fields. Terms for Day Scholars. £6 per annum, payable 01 advance terminally. For Boarders on application to dt Head Master. ChUfttON\ZiLlAuMs' COLLEGE Principal MRS JOHN LUCAS, A.C.P. (Honors Special Drawing Prize Holder. Term commences September 4th. Pupils successfully prepared for any public exarr- inations in English, &c.. or M usic. Private coaching. Piano, Violin and Mandoline taught. All styles of Painting: and Drawing inter Classes n Wood carving, Poker Work, ¡ and Marqueterie, &o. I Fees very m(Micra"f. Select Juvenile and Adult Dancing Classes. begins, September 12th and 14th. 1 I VISITORS' DELIGHT I I FALK'STUUSALT t Obtained from Grocer* I In Penny or Halfpenny Packet.. I IT NEVER CAKES.