tlALE OF WORK AT PRESTATYN A ()f Work was held in the Constitutional clea "restat.yn, yesterday, with the object of ,Jf then|,thVIebt existing on the National Schools ari'sh. A splendid selection of goods were Utiljs l\ y exhibited, every inch of space being cleve i additional ornamentation being given by reCj.( y arranged bunting, which was crossed and ero one side to the other of the room. falJcentre of the apartment was occupied with the frJl1.lld Soods stall, and a goodly array of articles Hsefui rf;ldy purchasers. In addition to many ^tin l]" garments, dainty creations of silk and ejte ^ptied the pockets of the visitors. Cleverly li0en ,e" paintings on velvet, silk darning on net, IjQitf avvn thread work, embroider}', smocking, ofn'PB. netting, fantastic pincushions, wall pockets Khajdlnt shapes and forms, warm slippers, delicately in f shoes for tiny feet, pictures and ornaments; ^i&ti ^Oo great an assortment for t lie eye to e1d T1|'u'8h without long inspection. The lower 0ue the room was very fascinating. On the °Pp(S ^as the fruit and vegetable stall and bejns/ it the cake and sweet stall, tea tables coi^rangcd between, where tor a modest silver the f unc^ ca^e ad. libitum was supplied.jAbove "f p fUlt sta11 were suspended magnificent bunches I 'P'e grapes, showing up splendidly-against a S(ao,8r°und of scarlet flowers. Below these were Ijn sPecimens of fruits and vegetables, especial- C^ble being some huge potatoes and fine i marrows. The flowers were artistically tiven Set! and added much to the general attrac- 'jf Cuief<fs (,f the bazaar. The cakes were triumphs Prof. lal y skill, and would put to shame many re sS.lonaI. confectioners. On this stall also \Vej J* dishes of fancy butter, bottles of clear the hon^y and splendid sections of honey in All, "Dlnb, sweets, and biscuits of varied kinds. fjne §st the useful things on sale we noticed a Vie v,rH^ R°bin starch, Hartley's marma- inc]' ,°rax and soap powder. Indeed the collection Com^ y such a variety of goods, that no visitors Ot^ t;iil to find something either useful or the o Cntal to Mrit their particular fancy. Before 'th PlDg ceremony a large number had arrived. ^Pt)6 6V ^T'car Rhyl, said that those fe\y Sl°le for the sale had invited him to say a he fQ 0rd« with regard to the object thereof, and much pleasure in so doing. Briefly, the the n ^le sa^e wa!S to supplement the efforts of the of the National Schools to pay off n? f existing on the schools. The sum the r Very large, but it looked formidable to ij5Cllies'^cnts of Prestatyn. £ 25 of the debt was that v ,^ast vear, and when a debt increased at Hot o a^e was rather alarming. Still they hoped at thnly to clear it off, but to have a sum in hand the shcll)se of the business. The subscriptions to tepI:e; h 001 last year amounted to X42, and that elite a large amount of work. Some people Sojj)e a;k why the schools were carried on ? It was tf) « at ungenerous to say they were carried on ()f te other bodies." It was the original school I year^ Parish, and it had been carried on for forty ^"t out <if spite or merely in the spirit of ^l^'tion, nor yet for the fun for the thing, tad to work hard and worry much, dOt) duties were not a pastime; neither was it dltL ^'th the object of keeping down the rates, the 'n places like Rhyl and Prestatyn, where of improvements was so heavy, the econo- 'H'JV the rates was a great matter, and any was welcome that tended to keep them ^'r/'ri leasonable limits. The schools were not Clu, ?°n f°r any of these reasons, but because Pfin PeoP^e believed that instruction in the Hwj'Ples of religion was absolutely necessary to ^tu ilD.^ shape the characters of those who in the (W.e "right be the governors of their town and that ry. The speaker1 then humorously added the organisers of the bazaar almost per- Cojj, Rted a huge joke when they asked him to th. from Rhyl to introduce Mrs Horsfall to Horsfall br iefly declared the sale of work tfa and Mr Coward, J.P., moved a hearty vote of J,p to that lady for doing so.—Mr R C YVelsby, Ulaji .Pl0P°sed a vote of thanks to Mr Lloyd, re- hity that he had a large parish, which gave hiln .a great deal of work, and it was good of bec 0 and help his poor neighbours—poor ^'HdUSe they were (lehfc- It was especially .C() of. Mr Lloyd inasmuch as it was his Ila ntl visit that year. The managers had been ftls t^lTle sliSht difficulty earlier in the year, and of the Bishop of St Asaph—who was a trustee (the schools—w as unable to come over, he pla bishop) had asked Mr Lloyd to come in his e' and he gave them advice which proved baldat assistance to them. The National schools lots ne good work in the past. There were edu °? country people who would have had no !j^Cation at all, had it not been for the National and he hoped they would still continue iiiU ari'y on the work. They would, however, have the greater scope if the government gave them distance that might reasonably be expected. Manager of many years1 standing lie knew the ^antages under which they laboured. Iw this juncture the Rev T Vaughan, Rhuddlan, w iln<3 amid great applause announced that he Authorized by Mrs Nicholson, Nithsdale, to y she W(juld give a donation of £ 20. the r ^elsby thanked Mrs Nicholson on behalf of school managers most heartily. ttd 1 W Horsfall proposed a vote of thanks to the to ^kers, through whose efforts it was possible rj,old the sale of work. f0t e business of the hour then went merrily \yj Vard. Amongst the many people, not other- J^/ e mentioned, present at the sale we noticed Hi I °yd (Rhyl), Mrs Vaughan (Rhuddlan), Mrs C\ °l.son (Nithsdale), Mrs Owen (Dyserth), Keillor John Pritchard, Mrs Blackwall (Plas) Mt,Sses Briggs, Mr Roberts (Swansea), Mr aid J> 8 l)ent (Croydon), Miss Mannix (Rhyl), Mr las Coed), etc., etc. c0ii 1 J- J Sc(^tt was exhibiting an interesting ection of curios from Ladysmith Miss Ethel jj^ghan gave pianoforte solos and Miss Ethel Kang at intervals during the afternoon and n8- ladies in charge of the various departments ^j,re the following:—Work table: Mrs Coward, YVelsby, Misses Livsey, Lyne, P. Jones, 1 h Coward, and Briggs, Flowers & vegetables: Je ^.Linnell, Misses Linnell, Eveline Coward, and ^J^iLyne. Parcel Department: Misses Welsby ^1,. Briggs. Cake Table and Tea Department: 8 Parry Jones, Mrs Broad, Mrs Tickle, Mrs n es> Misses Worfolk, Ethel Taylor, (Gerard, and Valuable assistance was also given by Kessrs Worfolk, E Jt(arry, Broad, Tickle, and ^c.jtt. atdhe sale altogether was a most enjoyable one ■tyi may be recorded as a complete success, those Were r esponsible for the arrangements must l t0V;u'nily congratulated upon the result of their °°urs.
r COMES EARLY. if rhey have a new girl at Myrtle Villa, and of v'6 ^stress of that establishment is worthy then that girl is an acquisition that the damsel in question is more Co ern her ideas than her sisters, for her }} ^CePtions of the relationsliips which exist t^Veen best china, and careless housemaids, i icemen and area steps, mothers and big Hdles differ in no single instance from the I records. as Mrs. Myrtleton puts it, her powers j, eXcusing, and the originality displayed in Sat* ^Xercise of those powers, almost compen- tor her failings in other respects. On ary ■" said ]\Irs. Myrtleton to her only Stae- ^ay last week, when, upon coming down- au.lrs unexpectedly, she discovered that ei V0l,Sh it only wanted a few minutes to lie that individual had only just preceded ovi' 3'0U were certainly not down at seven this morning! \P°' mum» wasn't," Mary replied. «( };hy weren't you ? "T mum' said Mary, in all simplicity, Coin t mean to be late, but seven o'clock early of a morning at this tx^e o'
by Huctton. I By Messrs W. DEW & SON RHYL. IMPORTANT TO HOTEL KEEPERS, LICENSED VICTUALLERS, BREWERS, CAPITALISTS, AND OTHERS. Sale of a Most Valuable Freehold, Family, Commercial, and Boarding 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, a t 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." The 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 Ceneral, Commercial, and Posting Business. As it faces the main [itreet 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 Farmers Houses in the town. There is a first-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, stablinsr, 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 Oueen'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 Clwyd, 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 B.-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, 57 Chancery Lane, London, or of the AUCTIONEERS, Bangor and Llandudno. Grand Pavilion Theatre, RHYL. Proprietors Messrs W. Carter & S. Warhurst. Acting Malia,-er lilr A i-thur Laceby Friday and Saturday, August 30th and 31st, The latest London success from the Apollo Theatre, by permission of Mr Martin Harvey, A CIGARETTE MAKER'S ROMANCE MR E. WE I'.STER LAWSOX'S NO. 1 Co, Sunday, September 1st, Grand Sacred Concert Vocalists- MISS JUANITA JONES, Of London and Parisian Concerts. MR THOMAS THOMAS, Of Queen's Hall and St. James' Hall Concerts. SPECIAL NOTICE.-Sunday, Sept. 8th, VAN BIENE will appear, and amongst othcr 'Cello Solos will play the renowned Broken Melody. Monday, Sept. 2nd, for 3 nights, "SIGN OF THE CROSS." Early Doors 7. Ordinary Doors 7-30. Commence at 8 Orchestra Stalls, 3s; Stalls, 2s.; Centre Circle, Is 6d Balcony and Pit, 1s,; Back Seats, (ili. Early Doors 6d extra, except to Stalls.
THE PRESS. Ca.ssell's Dictionary of Gardening" is now in its fourth part, and readers have had sufficient reading matter presented to judge of its useful- ness. Their verdict must be a favourable one. No point on gardening will apparently be left un- touched, whilst the subjects are capitally illus- trated by photos, &c. The work is issued in monthly sevenpenny parts. NEWXES' PUBLICATIONS. — Royalties of the World is now brought to a close in twelve six-, penny parts. The work consists of a series of large portraits in colour of the reigning families of the civilized world, with monographs by Rudolph de Cordova.—The achievement of our seamen as told in Britannia's Bulwarks are to be completed in 12 parts, of which the eighth is now issued. The Life of a Century," in the current part, brings down history to the discovery of diamonds in South Africa, and the succeeding march of events." One more part and a most interesting series will be completed. In the "Strand" the second instalment of the fresh adventure of Sherlock Holmes is given, and we think its readers will have their interests rivetted to this new serial of Dr Conan Doyle. Those who just now are delighting themselves with the sea and its surroundings will be further delighted by reading Hands round the coast," which tells us all about naval signalling. There are many other ?ood things in the "Strand."—"The Sunday Strand has descriptions of some pretty harvest festivals, a subject to which many of our readers will be shortly devoting their attention. In the series of religious paintings of the world those of Heinrich Hofmann appear this montli.-In the "Wide World Magazine" Dr Conan Doyle con- tinues his history of the great Boer War, illus- trated with drawings and photographs. Among the other articles are Dreyfus' great book," written by Capt Alfred Dreyfus Round the Isle of Wight in a Canoe," "Through Unknown Abyssinia," &c.-Il The Captain" is as varied as ever, and must be the delight of all boy readers, and not devoid of interest to old boys."
Solaced. There's a silent house-you know it? It is full of pretty things. z, There are roses in the garden, In a cage a linnet sings. It is clean and prim and dainty From the ceiling to the floor, But the sound of little footsteps Breaks the silence nevermore. And a woman, old and faded Sits and 'broiders in the sun, Looking out upon the meadows Where no little children run- Sits and gazes into distance As if she perchance might see The shadows of the children Who once gathered round her knee. And she dreameth as she seweth Of the days that are gone by, When her heart sang like the skylark,. When her little ones.were nigh. When the noisy house is silent, All the children gone away To the land of Men and Women, Gone, for ever there to stay. There's a silent house, you know it? Where you step with manly tread, Though your mother may not shew it, She keeps thinking that-as dead- Are the ones she called "her babies." Then, you set upon her knee Such another tiny darling As she says, you used to be. And the house no more is silent, There is sound of babies' song, And a rippling of sweet murmurs Seem to fill it all day long. God has given her a new blessing Just to cheer her later years And the solace of your children Comes to chase away her tears. MARIANNE LESTER.
Printing Of every description executed 11 at the Journal Office ) Spales bv Ruction. I By Mr FRANCli GEARY. TOIVJ <>F HI1YL MR FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., has received instructions from Mr Andrew Williams to Sell by Public Auction, at the Royal Hotel, Rhyl, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1901, at four o'clock in the afternoon prompt, the following desirable Freehold Property, -.iz. All those two substantially built Duelling House, known as MONTROSE HOUSE and WEST DENE, situate in BUTTERTON ROAD, RHYL, together with the site thereof, containing a total area of 475 square yards (more or less), and now in the respective occupations ot Messrs Marnie and Evans, and Mrs Shawcross, as annual tenants, at rentals of £ o5 and respectively. Each House contains:—On Ground Floor En- trance Hall and Vestibule. Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Pantry, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, with Wash-house, w.c., Coal Place, and good Yard outside. On First Floor Two Sitting Rooms, Three Bedrooms & w.c. On Second Floor: Four Bedrooms and Bathroom (h. & c.). The Houses are well-built, faced wholly with white brick, and are within a few yards of the Promenade. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Market Street, Rhyl (Telephone No 25), or to MESSRS CAMLIN AND WILLIAMS, 730) Solicitors, Rhyl. jjlonres 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 if 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. I RHYL ELECTRICITY WORKS. :Y HE 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. MCIXNES,A.M.I.E.E., Electricity AVorks, 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 BE 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 Rooms, Five Bedrooms, Bathroom, &c. Good garden. Well tenanted. Rents E39. Price £ 700. RHYL. Sound Investment. Eight Cottages in Ernest Street, Newtown and Seven Cottages on the Tynewydd Estate. Annual rents X204 12. Sold in ono Lot or separately. Desirable Freehold Residences aud Building Plots on the New Marine Drive, Rhyl. Apply to E. W .KEATIXCE, Vaenol, Rhvl. (66S 81. ASAPH UNION. Contracts for Provisions, Coal, Clothing, &c. THE BOARD OF GUARDIANS HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that they will receive Tenders from Persons desirous of Contracting for supplying the St. Asaph Workhouse with Bread, Butcher's Meat, Flour, Oatmeal, Grocery, Coal, Shoes, Drapery, and Stockings from the 5th day of October to the 27th day of March, 1902, both inclusive. Sealed Tenders, with the subject matter en- dorsed on the cover, such as "Tender for Bread," accompanied by samples (where practicable), to be sent to the "Clerk to the Guardians of the Saint Asaph Union," free of expense, on or before Thursday, the 12th day of September next, after which no Tender will be received. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Printed forms of Tender and Conditions of Con- tract may be obtained on application at my office. No other form will be accepted. The Articles contracted for to be delivered (free of charge) at the Workhouse in St. Asaph, at such times and in such quantities as the Guardians shall from time to time direct, and if found not of equal quality with the samples they will be refused. Security may: be required for the due perfor- mance of the Contracts. Payments will be made at the end of each quarter. All Persons having claims upon the Union must send the same to me on or before Monday, the 7th day of October next, and attend at my office at St. Asaph on the 12th day of October, when such claims, if correct, will be discharged. All Articles of Food supplied to the Workhouse must be pure, and the same will be tested. By Order, CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Clerk to the Guardians. St. Asaph, August 30th, 1901. 721 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Separate Building named Trinity Church, situated at corner of Gronant Road and Mostyn Avenue, in the Civil Parish of Prestatyn, in the County of Flint, in the Registration District of St Asaph, being a Building certified according to law as a Place of Meeting for Religious Worship, was on the Twenty-seventh day of August, 1901, duly registered for solemnizing Marriages therein, pursuant to the Act of 6th and 7th William IV. c. S5. Witness my hand this Twenty-eighth day of August, 1901, CHARLES GRIMSLEY, 720 Superintendent Registrar. —— "|> H\ L.—TYNEWYDD BRICKWORKS for It Sale as a going 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 70,000per week, and as the property adjcins the Railway other businesses of a protitable nature could be developed. Good opportunity for capitalists. Principals only dealt with. Apply—E. W. lveatinse, Vaenol, Rhvl. (608 Town Hall, Rhyl. Important and Expensive Engagement, TWO NIGHTS ONLY, MONDAY & TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd & 3rd, Under the direction of MR C. R. CHAPLIN (Lessee and Manager of Public Hall, Colwyn Bay). Messrs BOUCHER and WALKER'S Original Company, including the Popular Comedian MR PERCY BOUCHER, In the Musical Drama, 'When Rogues fall out NEW SCENERY, specially painted for this tour by MK F MURDOCK. Doors open at 7-15. Commence at 7-4,3. Early Doors open at 7 o'clock, 3d extra to all parts Admission—2s.; Is. (3d.; Is.; and 6d. (limited and not admitted till 7-40). Plan of Hall and Tickets at H W Roberts', Music Warehouse, opposite Post Office, auction. By MR. ll. rTTToLBECHE. PENMAENMAWR, On Tuesday next, September 3rd, 1901 at 2 p.m. orompt, j At EVANS ANTIQUE STORES, Pant-yr-Afon, Penmaenmawr j MR HUBERT R. HOLBECHE (Successor to Messrs Wra. Hall & Co.) has received in- structions from Mr R. C. Evans, to Sell by Auction a, 1 above, a large collection of Antique Furniture, Valuable Paintings, Old China Curios, &c. On view morning of sale. For further particulars apply to Mr R. C. Evans, Penmaenmawr, or to the Auctioneer, Market- street, Rhyl. 728 RHYL TRADESMEN'S ANNOUNCEMENTS. OH YES! Oh \es Oh Yes Let it be known that the Finest Oysters can be ob- tained at N. SAMUELS', 69 ifi,ii Street, fresh from the beds every morning. Established in Rhvl since 1S70. Shells in great variety. 597 HHYL SEA BREEZE. — The New Century JLV 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. 6d., 2s. 6d.. and 4s. 6d. each. Sample Bottles, 3d each. Obtained only from GEO. E. GKATTOX, Chemist, Queen Square Pharmacy. (621 L" 1GHTNING PHOTOGRAPHER. A. HOME- JLj WOOD COMLEY, Market square, Queen street. Daily trom 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 _L Work. See the Windows. Only address, 27 Queen Street, Rhyl. (626 WT". FREEMAN, Jeweller, Watchmaker, Silver- TT smith, and Optician, 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 C500 to any butcher who shill firove tlien- 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 i; andJ. HEATHCOT^Queen's Hotel, West .T Parade, and Victoria, Vale Road, Rhyl. Coaches and Char-a-bancs leave the Queen's Hotsl, 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 Dug Carts for Hire. Posting in all its Branches. Letters and telegrams attended to. _n_ 651 I^ISHING TACKLE.—Best Trout Flies on JL drawn gut, Is. per doz. Fishing Licences, and all kinds of lackle and Bait. Largest Stock in District. It will save you from 25 to 30 per cent to buy from H. W. Roberts and Co., High Street, nearly opposite Post Office. 650 I") OBERT LLOYD, Le Bijou Cafe & Restaurant, V Refreshment Contractor and Public Caterer, 5 Bodfor Street, Rhyl, can seat 250 persons at one sitting. Special Terms to Choirs, Tennis and Picnic Parties. (659 Heoimmenlieti Epartmenis. WEST I'ARAI)E (Facing Sea).-Visitors 20 will find every com tort at above Establish- ment. Good cooking and attendance. (366 I) HYL. Near Sea, Superior APARTMENTS, TV public or private piano and bath (hot and cold. Good attendance; terms moderate.-—Mrs Foden Jones, 45 Aquarium Street. (354 HYL-Conifortable APARTMENTS TO LET bathroom (h. & c.); Piano, &c.-Address, Mrs B. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. PARTMENTS.— TO LET, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply— 24 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 OUTLAND HOUSE, 74 WEST PARADE. 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 dinner.—Miss Strevett, Proprietress, late Manageress Claremont Hydro. 439 1) HYL.—Superior FURNISHED HOUSE or it 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. 0185 post, Mrs Evans, 19 West Parade, Rhyl. 433 WEST END PRIVATE HOTEL, WEST PARADE, Rhyl.—High-class Boarding Establishment. Facing sea. Terms moderate Liberal catering.—Mrs Poole, Proprietress. 480 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS home from C home; south aspect. Mrs Yardley Sunny- side, Brighton Road. 468 pyo WEST PARADE (close to the Sea).— § O Apartments to Let on moderate charges. Modern'house, sanitation perfect.—Apply to Mrs E Edwards. (551 (COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS. Home J from home. Sea view. Every convenience.— Mamie & Evans, Montrose House, Butterton Rd., Rhyl. (481 IGH-CLASS APARTMENTS or Board 11 Residence; superior Cooking, Cycle ac- commodation, Sea view. Mrs Miller, 9 and 10 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. APARTMENTS.—Mrs Peplow, No 5 Butterton Road (about a minute's walk from the shore. (622 A GENTLEMAN leaving Rhyl highly recom- mends his rooms. Home Comforts, Good Cooking and every attention. Terms, 10s 6d per week.—Address—G.L., Journal Office. 726 MRS HAY (late of Sandon. Staffs.), 14 Queen Street, Rhyl. APARTMENTS. (652 APARTMENTS.—Sitting Room with two or more bedrooms.—Cartref, Paradise St. (997 rpo LET, BEDROOM, with use of Parlour and X Kitchen, in Cottage near Rhyl. Terms very moderate. Appl.)r, "Celia," Journal Office. PERMANENT APARTMENTS for One or Two Gentlemen. Close to promenade. Good Cooking. Apply 715, Journal Office. jfurntsiieti Rouses. FURNISHED HOUSE..—Opposite Sea. Three entertaining, seven bedrooms, bathroom, entertaining, seven bedrooms, bathroom, h.c., servants' hall, library, pianos, bathchair. Terms exceedingly moderate.—Address H. P., 1 Plastirion. 405 TO LET FURNISHED, for September, 1 Avon- dale Terrace, John Street, Rhyl two recep- tion rooms, five bedrooms (six beds), bath (h. & c.), kitchens, &c. Terms moderate. — Apply, Mrs Kitchen. _T(,TT (642 1^0 LET, FURBISHED, for SEPTEMBER, Idloes," John Street, Rhyl, containing two Reception Rooms, four Bedrooms (five beds), b. & c. Bath, Kitchens, &c.-Terms, Dowell, 156 Wellington Road, Rhyl. (430 HYL. URNISHED COTTAGH to Let four rooms, two beds. Close to Parade. Apply, Banquet House, Rhuddlan. (691 rpo LET FURNISHED. September. 33 River I Street, Rhyl, two entertaining rooms, four bedrooms (six beds), bath (h. & c.), kitchens. Minute from promenade. Mrs Hughes, Brynhyfryd Henllan, Trefnant. 707 SMALL FURNISHED COTTAGE to Let, for S the Season or longer.-Apply for particulars to The Cottage, 5 Russell Road. rj^O BE LET, FURNISHED, No. IS Church JL Street, containing Dining, Drawing, Three Bedrooms (four beds), w.c., Kitchen, &c.; small private yard.—For particulars apply at 16 Church Street. 722 FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET, CONTAINING 3 Reception Rooms, 8 Bedrooms, &c., one minute from Sea.—Hubert R Holbeche, Auctioneer and Estate Agent, Market Street, Rhyl. (729 T)X TTlVr^ —241b- Boxes direct from JL ij U lVLkJ. grower. Carriage paid. Egg (large yellow cooking) 3s 6d. Victorias (dessert) 4s 6d. Damsons 4s 6d. Cash with -I 1 Ihoruelji Evesham. (643 Salts bp- auction. By Mr JOSEPH WILLIAMS. DYSFRTH, Near Rhyl. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Houses in Ochr-y-Foel, Dyserth. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS having received instructions, will offer for Sale by Public Auction on. TUESDAY, 3rd SEPT. 1901, at the MOSTYX HOTEL, RHYL, at 4-30 in the afternoon, and subject to conditions to be then and there produced, all those TWO RECENTLY AND SUBSTANTIALLY-BUILT SEMI-DETACHED HOUSES WITH GARDENS AND OUT-BUILD- INGS known as Riraddug Villas And situate in OCHR-Y-FOEL, DYSERTII, in the respective occupations of Mr Reeder and Mr Edward Williams, aud containing an area of about 800 square yards or thereabouts. j Both these Villas comprise spacious Entrance Hall, Excellent Sitting-Room, Large Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Three Comfortable Bedrooms, and Bathroom also Wash-house and Closet in the yard, with a Garden back and front. These houses have been recently built, are well finished and in excel- lent condition both inside and outside, and alsc fitted with an abundant supply of water. Being beautifully situated, and commanding as they do an uninterrupted view of the Vale of Clwyd, they are very desirable property for private Residences, which are in great demand in this locality. For further particulars see posters or apply to the Auctioneer at his offices, County Chambers, Rhyl or to MESSRS. BROMLEY, JONES & CO 699 Solicitors, Rhyl. I)HiL.—For September, severa burnished I Houses to Let, in all parts of the town. —Send for particulars to B. Williams, House Agent, &c., Rhyl. OJHYL.—For Complete List of Houses to Let, JLV for Sale, &c., apply to B. Williams, agent for the "Westminster" Fire Office (Established 1717), Rliyl. HYL.-TO Let, Newly-built House, every convenience. Rent £ 21 per annum.—B. Williams, Agent, Rhvl. IGHFIELD PARK. ON SALE, Fifteen JLTL Plots of LAND, situate in the best part of the town, and ripe for building upon, as there is a e 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 Gi ROSVENOR CHAMBERS, 7 Kinmel Street, T House To Let (shop excepted). Apply— R. E. Owens, Saddler, Kinmel Street. 682 TO LET Excellent GRAZING LAND near Rhyl.—Apply to Joseph Williams, Auction- eer Rhyl. 20 TO BE LET OR SOLIX^No. 1 QUEEN-ST. RH\ L Corner Shop with large plate-glass Window, and Good Dwelling-house attached. Immediate possession. For further particulars apply to Mr F. Geary, F.A.I.,Auctioneer, &c. larket Strcet. Plwl. 155 r\\ SERTII—GLAN ABER. 2 Entertaining 11) and 3 Bedrooms, Bath- (Ii. & c.),: Garden, Rent £21. Apply Jos. Williams, Auctioneer. Rhyl. TirANTED an APPRENTICE to Photography. T T Apply, Ernest Jones, 27 Queen St., Rhyl. (575 TO LET, with immediate possession, Voryd Cottage (detached), Rhvl. Rent £ 19 per annum.—Apply Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (641 WANTED, a PRIVATE HOUSE, near centre of Rhyl. Rent about £ 35.—Apply X.Y.Z., care of Ashfield, Store Chemist. Rhyl. TO LET, with Immediate Possession, HOUSES, JL pleasantly situated in Butterton Road and South Avenne, with every modern convenience. Rents from E21 to i:2,S.-Por further particulars apply to David Griffiths and Son, Contractor, Windcor Street, or at 67 West Parade. 686 OYERNESS (Certificated) requires Morning X Engagement, school or family.—Miss Brattan. 1 South Avenue, off Butterton Road, Rhyl. (682 ALAD\ requires three Unfurnished Rooms without attendance, in a quiet family farm house not objected to.—Address, Mrs Unsworth, Stoneleigh, Bath Street. Rhyl. (703 WANTED P'xperienced LAUNDRESS for two W or three days 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, Khyl. 704 i WO VILLA RESIDENCES at Highfield Park JL TO BE LET Rental £ 34.—Apply, Mr Foulkes, Highfield, Rhyl. (623 \T ANTED a well-educated Youth as an Ap- t f prentice to the Chemist and Druggist Business. Apply-Gratton, Queen's Square, Rhyl. 712 I) HYL, TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY V 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 8 to 10 show rooms or oth-r rooms above. The premises could be used wholly for business pur- poses or combined with a dwelling-house. There is no restriction as regards the trade to be carried on upon the premises. They would, however, admirably suit a house-furnisher, draper, grocer, or restaurant keeper. Price moderate. Apply to —Messrs Gamlin and Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. 687 OFFICE BOY Wanted. Must be Sharp and Good writer. Apply—Hubert R. Holbeche, Auctioneer and Surveyor, Market St.. Rhyl. 716 4 DVERTISER, 29, Smart and Energetic, re- XX. quires situation as Manager or 1st Salesman in Furnishing House or any other position of trust. 1st class testimonials and security if required. Address—M.P., Journal Office, Rhyl. 717 COMFORTABLE HOME for Business Young Ladies or Gentlemen. Close to town. Last End. Terms moderate. ^pply—M.J., Journal Office, Rhyl. End. Terms moderate. Apply-NI.J., Journal Office, Rhyl. WANTED, a GENERAL, age about 20, for small cottage, three in family salary £ 12. —Apply X.Y.Z.. Journal Office, Rhyl. 7;il WANTED, FURNISHED HOLTSE, from end of September to end of April or longer sunny aspect; must contain 2 Sitting and 4 or 5 Bed Rooms.—J.K., Journal Oftice. 732 FOR SALE, Lady's BICYCLE (Singer) perfect condition take £ 5.—J.K., Journal Office. 73; A Young Lady (Certificated) wishes to hear cf a few Children as PUPILS, Mornings only, at her own House. Terms moderate.—Miss Brattan, 1 South Avenue, Butterton Road, Rhyl. 724 TO LET, with immediate possession. No. S BELLE VUE TERRACE, BATH ST. rleasant outlook and situate in one ot the best parts of Rhyl.—Apply between 6 and 7 o'clock. 725 OTICE OF RE-NIOVAL. T. Branagen. iN Chimney Sweeper, late 28 Wellington Road, Rhyl, has removed to Spring Bank, High Street; Prestatyn. Orders from Rhyl or neighbourhood promptly attended to. (719 IOST on Sunday evening last, between High St. and the Hospital, East Parade, GOLD CHAIN with snap, used as Bracelet. Finder rewarded on returning same to 7 Brighton road. AND THEN THE rAGISTnATE WAS ANGRY. IIis Wor.llip: ¡, This the tenth time you've been before this court, prisoner." Prisoner: I know it, sir. Fact is, I'm fond of amusement, your worship, flllc1 I'm too poor to pay my way into the theatre, so I come here. YOlÙ'e the funniest old codger l'i-e ever seeii (loiiig a tlirii." c, WIIAT HE WANTED. Some tIme ago an old country farmer lost his wife and a favourite cow on the same day. His friends consoled him for the loss of his wife, and being highly respectable, several hints and offers were made towards getting him another. "Oh, lie at length remarked, keen enough to get me an it her wife, my friends, but which one u' ye offers to get me anither coo." CHANGE WANTED. What is that piece of music you are prac- tisiiig ? asked the tortured guest. The Lo-er's Arrivil.' "Ah, thanks. Couldn't you now favour us with the Bride's Departure ?' Jones: "Good morning, Benson. How do you rincl ? Benson: By judicious advertising. Q.R. LAWRENCE, M.P.S., r ¥ G. R Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examination, 1 PCSI oi-l'ich ,20, HIGH STREET, RHYL (pcMhS) I V My || j prescription Dept.-Medicinee of First Quality, with prompt and 1 o\ f careful attention, are our leading features. Free Delivery to any part \(f~ I Surgical Appliances and all Requisites for Invalids. X* I Choice Perfumes. I Jj// e Photographic Department JTT/ CAMERA, fj Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums- Telephone And every Requisite for IMP Vo. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers, Instructions Free to Purchasers. DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPINQ HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. Interesting to Owners of Pianos. The finest piano can be rendered unsatisfactory, and is sometjmes 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 I Thoroughly Practical experience enables me to guarantee the best possible work at zo 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. 293 jCOMPTON HOUSE, 57 High Street, Rhyl. MRS EDWARDS respectfully invites a visit of inspection to her Show Room, which replete with a choice selection of the LATEST NOVELTIES in French & English MILLINEBY At POPULAR PRICES. Sailor Hats, Golfing Hats, Cycling Hats IN GREAT VARIETY". Telegrams—Steer, Hhyl. Telephone—No. 3, Rhyl. H. A. STEER, Wine Merchant, 73 High Street, Rhyl GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKY lSole Proprietor), AS SUPPLIED TO COL. CORNWALLIS WEST, Ruthin Castle, during the visit of H.E.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, May, Ib9S. John Jameson's and Geoi-jre Hoe's Irish Whiskies. flenrv '-Norman &- Cie. Martell &- lieniiessv's Brandies. BASS Si CO.'S LIGHT BOTTLING ALE. Nicholson s London Gin. De Kuyper Hollands. Imperial PintB, 2s. fid." per DczeB Bass and Worthinjztrm s Ale. Guinness Extra Dublin Half Pints Is 6d Stout and Export Invalid Nourishing Stout. Stotit and Export Iiix-filid Nourishing Stout. Special Value, Own Bottling—Californian Btirgntidy, 15s per dozen; Californian Sauterne, 15s per dozen BASS cfe CO. 5 ALES in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks Australian Burgundy, 15s per dozen. Equal to Wines; From Is. per Gallon sold at double the price. D«TT,-ATT- Stretton Hills. Ellis and Son, and Schweppe's & Co.'s I ALL ALL at Is. 8d. per GalJou. Mineral Waters. Agent for Moet & Chandon's Champagnes, St. Marceaux Champagnes, Rhine and Moselle Wines, Jules Lafaure inl- and Co.'s Clarets. CIGARS Wholesale and Retail. 60 and 61 HIGH STREET. J. TALBOTT IS NOW SHOWING AUTUMN NOVELTIES in all Departments. TO BE SOLD CHEAP, by PRIVATE TREATY a Freehold Dwelling house situated at the West end of Rhyl, close to Parade, containing '2 t 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 942 per annum. Apply to Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (344 h 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) is 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 lor a copy of the Register, which will be forwarded, post free, on application to the Proprietors and Publishers Messrs Greenhalgh and Geary, Auc tioneers. Valuers and Estate Agents, Rhyl. 13 JOSEPH JONES (late Mr W Evans), PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, &C. Venetian and other Blinds Made to Order. All Work in above Trade Personally Attended to in Town or Country, Workshop Old Armoury, Back Windsor Street, Rhyl. 440 HE PATENT IMPERIAL BROUGHAM Hansom, for business men, light and roomy. Windows the same as ordinary Brougham. Always free from wet; inside lamps; also Landaus, Broug- hams, Victorias, light London Hansoms, small Omnibusses, Wagaronettes, Char-a-bancs, light American Funeral Cars, Hearses, and Sheliberes 50 other Carriages, some equal to new, easy terms. Catalogues and Drawings free. John Marston's Carriage Works, Ltd., Bradford-st, Birmingham, (167 TLET — Bod Arthur and Bod Meurig, Bath Street, Rhyl. Superior private residences, each containing three entertaining rooms, nine bedrooms, dressing rooms, &c., with all modern conveniences.— Apply Messrs T. Foulkes and Son, Builders, 71 West Parade, or Mr J Shaw Green 11 Mill Street, Warrineton. 142 ~V^OUNG LADY Junior Assistant to the X General Drapery live out.—Apply personally to H Millward. Draper, Rhyl. 575 MRS GREENHOUSE, Old-established SER VANTS' REGISTRY, 17 Water Street, is in immediate want of first-class Servants for Gentlemen's Families for England and Wales TO RE LET, with immediate possession, CR AIG LEA, Bath Street, Rhyl. Rent £ 40. per annum. Also ROUALEYN, adjoining rent f35 per annum.—Apply, Messrs Gamlin and Williams, Solicitors. Rhvl. (261 HYK—To Let, Unfurnished, two Corner JA; Houses in Victoria Avenue, Sea Bank Road, each contains 2 Entertaining Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, and usual domestic offices immediate possession. Rent of each £ 25 per annum.—Apply Greenhalgh and Geary, Auctioneers, Rhyl. (2,i) OEMOVAL.—MRS WILLIAMS, 20a Bedford I PC Street, has removed to 16 Queen Street, where she will still endeavour to supply her patrons with suitable servants, Hours 10 to 12, aud 2 to 8. (360 « J A PALTMENTS in tLe Lake District are best obtained X1. by an Advertisement in the Kendal Mercun and Times." 20 words. Is.; 3 weeks. 2s. 6d. TO 'ALL HAYING APARTMENTS TO LET AT RHYL.- Do not lose pounds by having your Apartments Empty, when for Is. (or 3 weeks, 2s. fid) you car. have a 20-word Advertisement in the Kendal Mercury and Times." which circulates all over the English Lake District, which ench year sends hundreds of visitors to Wales.-Address "Mercury and Times' Office Kendal. I LYTHAM. FURNISHED APARTMENTS.- JLJ Holiday-makers seeking a quiet seaside and rural resort on the Lancashire Coast fix on Lytham (six miles from Blackpool). Those requiring Apartments would be quickly accommodated by inserting a small advertise- ment in the Lytham Times 32 words Is.: or four insertions for 3s. 9d. This journal is the only one printed and published in this flourishing district. Address Manager Times Ofiice. Lytham. APARTMENTS.-To all having Apartments to Let A Do not loose pounds by having your apartments empty, when for Is (or 3 weeks 2s) you can have si 30-word advertisement in six London suburban newspapers, circu. lating in districts which each year send thousands 01 visitors to Rhvl and other pleasing resorts in the neigh- bourhood. Names of papers Leyton. Leytonstone,West Ham, Wan stead. Woodford and Forest Gate, Manor Park end Ilford "Express and Independent. "—Address, Pub- lisher. "Independent" Office. Leytoastone. London, N.K. DUNOON ?(on the Clyde).—Residents in Rhvl and Distric t desiring Apartments at Dunoon. Innelkr. Kien, Hunter's Quay, and Holy Loch District sbooki insert an advertisement in The Dunoon Observer and Argyllshire Standard 18 words, 6d.: four insertions Is. 6d.: 30 words, Is.—Publishing Office. Dunoon-road. Sandbank. Argyllshire. Inglis's Guide to Dunoon and District illustrated, post free for 7d., from the Publishers Dunoon-road, Sandbank. ISLE OF MAX. Intending Visitors should maJse JL known their Wants in the "Isle of Man Exateiner." 24 words prepaid, 6d.; three insertions. Is. Broadbent's Popular Guide Book, post free, 8d. Books on Maur Folklore, &c., of S. B. Broadbent and Co., Ltd., Victori., Street. Douglas. pOUNTRY SERVANTS-FARM STOCK PRODUCE. 0 Do you wish to buy, seli, or engage 9 If tise in the "Ormskirk Advertiser and A^VultZi Intelligencer for West Lancashire (established half » century), and you will Let what you want-24 ( lë l:. for One Shilling additional insertions Wf „ Publishing Offices, Ormskirk. lnsertl0ns half-price LLANDRINDOD WELLS — ThP W I — medmm for those seeking apartments at^WelL is ihe 'Radnorshire Standi (Central Wal-s w with full List of A isitors, published every Friday Id 1 here being numerous vrifonf.i £ ,0 i •?,rllUK>' 10- waitresses, &c., at the Wpiu j ^meK servants, taDer would hp «,i •' » advertisement in this ment Head Off! Nantj*~eous to those seeking employ. ^ent_Head Offices-High Street, Llandrindod Wells. an i^r (BECCLES).—Residents in Rhyl ntw t'V < tru;l ^siring Apartments at Becclesi or anv SS « ni\Br0ads- should insert a adveJ f w B tlle, East Sutfolk Gazette," a popular pane* clea and the adjoining districts. Price ,24 worsfc» .4.1,?Sirtl,on' 3 insertions, 2s.; six. 3s.—Address. ^ult'olk Gazette, Beccles. To LET.—Nos. 2 and 4, RK1 1,E VUE TERRACE, BATH STREET three enter- taining, eight bed rooms, c bathroom, h. and c., w.c., kitchen and back kitcfrea, yard, w.c. r coal- house, garden front and back j vacant possssion. —JOB. Williams, Auctioneer Rhyl 135"*
ver r £ "pe will admit, for they are always of a bee^ "'gh-class and refined character, and have the extremely popular with the visitors all through Space will not permit us to give a full fact many excellent items given, but the 8°Hi a'rnost every artiste was encored will give PftvT a the entertainment The Mr VOrchestra under the able conductorship of of t, alentine, opened with a spirited rendering °Ue f ^ne selection "Light Cavalry." Perhaps Othe mo«t appreciated items of the evening c^ever dancing of Little Beatie, a child of She t years who certainly has a promising career. tak> riPPed about the stage in a most graceful and °Q k styie- She was vociferously applauded and 8econd appearance was presented with a Ge0r °f beautiful flowers from an admirer. Mr. hja ?e ^enn, of course, greatly pleased his audience, the eVer imitations on the violin, his singing o t°^ S°Dg "Tut, tut," and especially his speech J is t'18 c^ose> eac^ ca'liQg forth loud applause, of h certainty that the public are never tired f. eerit)g Charlie Drew, for he was encored ^ttrei and sang a different song each time. i§ y this is asking too much. Squire YVyndham p$,j ?°ther favourite, and he too had to pay the 8oj]„ y popularity by singing three encore a J; The Boston twins from Colwyn Bay made ofK^eat«« hit." They are knockabout comedians theiran7. talents, their mimicry and boxing being do chief features. The statue dance was cleverlj' ^essrs McLean, Boston, and Wilton, as ^IcT* S° laughing gipsy song by Messrs Penn, ean» and Boston.