I ITEMS OF INTEREST. f ALToli of diamonds is worth about £ 7,000.000. COMMON house-flies sometimes live for over ttVe years. FIRST-CIASS glass eye costs about £ 10 to Manufacture. feOSEBCSH in Stuttgart covers a space of 8qUare feet. L Ja^VER 600,0001b, of tea is consumed in England J ^ttEET of water one inch thick and one acre area. weighs 101 tons. Worker wasps, like the worker bees, are aUer than the queens or males. THERE is only one sudden death among THERE is only one sudden death among ) men to eight among men. P^E hundred thousand tons of apples are 'sed on British soil yearly. One pound of sheep's wool is capable of pro- ving one yard of cloth. f NEARLY all savages have sound teeth. Imper- ect teeth are a sign of civilisation. DARWIN asserted that there is insanity ^ong animals just as there is among people. ^HE laburnum grows wild in Hungary, and ^grated in 157fi. URSUN petroleum wells are generally about feet in depth those in America 500 feet. f ,THe greatest waterfall is Niagara, over which 32,000.000 tons of water each hour. QVEEN VICTORIA was the first Sovereign who as not been buried at night bv torchlight. catliedral was begun in 183(1 and fin- ked under Napoleon in 1805—419 years. th IT is a curious fact that nations which eat e flesh of dogs are, or have been, cannibals. bi place of two dozen explosive compounds n Use 30 years ago, there are now over 1,000. Frying fish will cover as much as 150 yards at a single flight. CARRIED couples in Norway are privileged travel on railways at a fare and a half. It is estimated that Parisians spend £ 24.000 terling every year upon confetti. a CAIDEN says that the Britons learned the rt of cheese-making from the Romans. MOUNT Sinai, the mountain from which the a^v of Moses is said to have been delivered, is 8'°°0ft. high. DKIED curds and goat's cheese, kept in wood Khe-s for a year, is a favonrite dish in Bur- gundy. p ^'HE largest diamond ever known was the Treat Mogul, which weighed, in the rough, 793 Carnts. THE Chinese have a god for every disease, ^en from childhood's afflictions like the "nips and measles. ..THE dolphin is the swiftest fish. For short stances it can swim at the rate of 25 mile* 11 hour. FIVE and one-half ounces of grapes arc Quired to make a single wine-glassful ot Port. FORESTS cover one-tenth of the land of the and one-quarter of Europe's land sur-1 ^KASS is the natural food of the horse. On 0 other food will he keep so healthy, become 110 strong, or live so long. ENGINE-DRIVERS in Germany receive from Government a gold medal and £ 100 for c\'el'Y ten years of service without accident. THERE are 240.000 different species of iiisect- earth some of these are so small that 4,000 them are only equal to a grain of sand. MEAT has been preserved in a frozen state °r 30 years and found perfectly eatable at the end of that time. EVERY inhabitant of the United Kingdom be said, fi guratively, to hold over 30 acres Abroad. THE Camisards, a French religious sect, ere so called from the smock frock worn by the peasants, who constituted the larger part of their numbers. IT is a mistake to suppose the insurgent •eaders in the Philippines are not civilised ()lie of them is a graduate of a Paris school of Engineering. AN Italian inventor has invented a boat with stee| fins, which is propelled solely by the "notion of the sea water. It goes best in rough leather. IN some parts of Africa a vegetable butter is tnade from the fruit of the shea tree. It is said to be richer in flavour than the butter made from cream. THE Japanese have entered largely into the jnannfaeture of matches, and are now exportini.' -i^OO,000.000 boxes annually mostly to China and India. A MAN has invented what he calls an aquatic glove," which is intended to be worn in swim- nling. The fingprs of the glove are connected by a web, like the toes of a duck. A WELL-KNOWN scientist has found a consider- able proportion of modern intellect comes from Northumberland. Scotland, he says, has the "est soil for brain capacity. IN the formation of a single locomotive engine there are nearly six thousand pieces to put to- gether, and these require to be as accurately fusted as the works of a watch, THE weight of all the air on the globe would be ] 12-3 trillion pounds, if no deduction has to be made for space filled by mountains and land above sea level. DURING the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eigh- tecnth centuries, no less than <-),000,000 slaves Ivel,e carried by English. French, and Dutch lllP8 from Africa to America. You are first cousin twice removed to your first cousin's grandchild. Grandchildren of first cousins are third cousins to one another, and Your cousin's child is your first cousin, once re- moved. IN Indian playing-cards the distinguishing niark of the king is not the crown, but the r|>)"al umbrella, which, on every public occa- 1>10n, is displayed over persons of royal or noble rank. GREEN wood hisses and splutters when bnrn- ing because of the large amount of water con- tained in its fibres, which is changed into "team by the heat, and bursts off tiny splinters. ABorT 3.000 intoxications in a lifetime is Dr. Chiirles L. Dana's estimate of the limit of man's endurance of alcohol. He finds that in 50 per cent. of the cases drunkards owe their condition to whisky, and in twenty per cent, to beer. THE British museum contains loli copies of translations of Milton's "Paradiso Lost Danish, Polish, Manx. Armenian, Icelandic, and Bohemian being added to the great common lan guages of the world. IT is estimated that London's smoke-cloud is fed bv a computed dadv waste of 6,000 tons of coal." The cloud is distinguishable at Loek- illge, 64 miles from London, and in It,, Passage a distinct residuum is left upon the Soil. A CLljE to the food of prehistoric man of 40 or 50centuries ago has been found by scraping the thick coating of tartar from the teeth of an old slwll. A rough analysis brought to light fragments of corn, fish, fruit, and wool, besides same sandy particles, and some unidentified rOnnd red bodies. CHINAMEN have a way of tricking hens. so that lhey assist in the hatching of fish. Fish ggs are carefully placed in an egg-shell, which IS then sealed, and put under all unsuspecting hen. In a few days the spawn is warmed into life, and the contents of the shell are then cast into a shallow pool, where the sunshine com- pletes the work. HONDURAS is a curious mixture of jungle and gigantic forest, of cocoa and of india- tubber trees, of beetles, vampires, snakes, and crocodiles of all manner of things that creep ind crawl and sting and bite. Here, in cyei v hamlet and city, arc to be found men from different lands, niostlv outlaws from their own country. h-
j —ales be auction. By Mr FRANCIS OEARY. TOWN OF ltBYL. 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 Dwelling 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 Mamie and Evans, and Mrs Shawcross, as annual tenants, at rentals of £ 35 and jE33 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, Solicitors, Rhyl. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PENT RE TREWYN VILLA, 31 Kinmel Street, Rhyl. MR FRANCIS GEARY. F.A.I., will Sell by Auction on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1901, the whole of the Household Furniture and Effects. (756 By Mr JOSEPH WILLIAMS. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Sell by Auction early this month in the Town Hall, a large assortment of Excellent Residential Furuiture and Effects. Surplus Furniture can be included. County Chambers, Rhyl. Town Hall, Rhyl. Important Engagement for Three Nights only, MONDAY, TUESDAY, and WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9th, 10th, and 11th, Mr George Edwardes' Company, in the latest Success from Daly's Theatre, London, "San Toy" San Toy" "San Toy." A Chinese Musical Comedy in Two Acts. Doors open at 7-30. Commence at 8. Prices as Usual. Plan of Hall and Tickets at Mr Trehearn's, Stationer, Wellington Road. 749 RHYL TOWN HALL. ThursdaYJ Sept. 12th. Grand Complimentary BENEFIT TO E. H. Williams (PROPRIETOR RHYL MERRIE MEN) A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT GUARANTEED Everything New for this Night. SEE BILLS. .NEEMNNNENNM
The Bible and the Priesthood. An advertisement in a contemporary asks for a curate knowing his Bible, observing his Prayer Book able to sing." The two latter CDi)ditionr," says a contributor, is a healthy sign of the times, but I thought curates bad to know their Bible as a qualification for ordina- tion." There the correspondent is mistaken. Curates go through schools and colleges where precious little of the Bible is taught.
p The Decay of Male Produce at Denbigh. (-"7 ;,c. tv.3p.ti ——— tITalk about "three women to every man"— to quote the phraseology of the popular song —Denbigh will in the course of years have something to deal with, for there the disparity between the numbers of boys and girls born into the world is very pronounced. During last month, for instance, the ratio of births at Denbigh, according to, the returns, was seventeen girls to two beys.
"Didn't you find the tipping nuisance parti- cularly exasperating?" someone asked Uncle .Terry, who had just returned from his visit to Southport. "The tipping nuisance ? he said. "Oil, yes, there was always some idiot who wanted to rock the boat." "You keep me waiting so long;" complained the customer. "Madam," said the worried grocer, who was economising in business by employing only one clerk, arc you not the lady that was in here yesterday grumbling about short weights ? Is that a new rug your mother has, Bobbie?" asked Mrs. Plumer of the youthful I Bings. No," said Bobbie; "that's one sho brought in from the other room. But," ex citedTy, you mustn't take it up." Why not ? 'Cause there's a hole in the carpet." Stage Manager: By Jove, there's a nice thing happening on the stage." Proprietor: "Eh? What's up?" "The hero and the villian are doing their duelling act, and > the latter won't die until you signal him that .'l'n got his arrears of salary at the end of the piece." Mabel: "Jack is the funuiest fellow. He took me out driving yesterday, and when wo were seven miles from home he said if I wouldn't promise to marry him he'd make me get out and walk back Ida Did you walk back?" Mabel: "No, indeed; but the horse did.' Here the heroine fell upon her knees at the feet of the villain. "Oh, why do you leavo repentance unto the eleventh hour ? she im- plored. If," replied the villain at once, "one Mabel: "Jack is the funuiest fellow. Ho took me out driving yesterday, and when wo were seven miles from home he said if I wouldn't promise to marry him he d make me get out and walk back Ida Did y°u walk back?" Mabel: "No, indeed; but the hoiso did.' Here the heroine fell upon her knees at tho feet of the villain. "Oh, why do >oU leavo repentance unto the eleventh hour? she im- plored. If," replied the villain at once, '"one is to be a star, one must needs sin too late! Then the audience rose and swarmed over tho footlights.
Sales ftp auction By Mr FRED WALLIS. RHYL, NORTH WALES. IMPORTANT SALE OF Valuable Freehold Boarding House, Dwelling Houses and .Building Land: Situate on the West Parade, Water Street, and Crescent Road. 1\/TR FRED WALLIS has been favoured with J_VL instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction, at the Alexandra Hotel, Rhyl, on THURSDAY, THE 19TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1901, at 3-30 for 4 o'clock in the afternoon, in one, or the following, or such other lots as shall be determined upon at the time of the sale, and subject to Conditions which will incorporate the Chester and North Wales Public Sale Conditions, WEST PARADE. I LOT 1. All that most desirable Dwelling-house, No. 22 WEST PARADE, RHYL. The house contains :—Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, 10 Bedrooms, w.c., Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, Yard, and the usual Out-offices. WEST PARADE AND WATER STREET. LOT 2. All that excellent well-known Boarding House, called "CLIFTON HOUSE," WEST PARADE and WATER STREET, RHYL. The house has two entrances from Water Street, and contains :-Large Entrance Hall, Drawing Room. Dining Room, 24 Bedrooms, Smoke Room, Bath Room, 4 w.c's., Kitchens, Yard, and the usual Out-offices. The premises comprising Lots I and 2 are now occupied together by N] rs Chilwell as a Boarding House, and are admirably built and adapted for the purpose, as evidenced by the large business done and the popularity of the Establishment. CRESCENT ROAD. LOT 3. All that well-built and commodious Dwelling- house, NO. 2 CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL, now in the occupation of Mr and Mrs Brookes. The house contains :—Drawing Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Sitting Room, o Bedrooms, w.c., Kitchen, Scullery, Yard, and the usual OuL- othces. LOT 4. All that excellent and commodious Dwelling- house, NO. 4 CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL, in the occupation of Mrs Oandon. The house contains Drawing Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Room, 7 Bedrooms, w.c., Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantries, Yard, and the usual Out- ofhees. Lots 3 and 4 are exceedingly well built, have large and lofty rooms, and are extremely well adapted for letting Apartments, and being so well situated and near the front always command good tenants. LOT 5. All that piece of most desirable BUILDINC LAND, situate in Crescent Road, Rhyl, within a minute's walk of the Esplanade, and lyinl, between Lot 4 and the Plymouth Brethren Chapel, and comprising 1,064 square yards or thereabouts. The whole of the above Property i3 most admirably situated in the best part of Rhyl, and affords all excellent opportunity for investment or purchase for business purposes. All the Houses are in capital repair and con- dition, considerable sums having been recently spent upon the internal decorations and outside repairs. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, Rhyl; or to MR C. H. MORGAN, Solicitor, Shrewsbury. Bcmces. BHYlT^jBAl^DISTRIGTr GAME LICENSES. "lyOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Rhyl i-1 Urban District Council will deal with Applications for GAME LICENSES at their Meeting on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER the 9th, 1901, at 3 p.m., at the Council Chamber, Town HaH. Applications, in writing, must be sent to the undersigned not later than 11 a.m. on the above- named day. Dated this 4th day of September, 1901. (Signed) ARTHUR ROWLANDS, Clerk to the Council. Council Offices, Clwyd Street, Rhyl. 736 HARVEST THANKSGIVING, 1901.. BY" DESIRE of a Meeting of Delegates from the various Places of Worship in the town, I beg to invite the observance of Thursday, Sept. 26, 1901, as a day for holding the usual Harvest Thanks- giving Festival. It is hoped that all places of Business will be Closed throughout the day. Dated this 20th day of August, 1901. E. P. JON ES, Chairman of the Rhyl Urban District Council, Council Office, Rhyl. 737 Re WILLIAM REYNOLDS, Deceased. PKKSCANT to an Act of Parliament, 22 and 23 Victoria, chapter 35, intituled "An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that aii Creditors and Persons having any claims or demands upon, or against, the Estate of WILLIAM REYNOLDS, late of Stanley Park, Rhyl, in the County of Flint—formerly of High Street, Rhyl, aforesaid—Painter, Plumber, and Glazier, deceased (who died on the 10th day of May, 1901, and whose Will was proved by Messrs Mark Flemington, of Glaston Road Street, in the County of Somerset, Grocer, and Joseph Williams, of Rhyl, aforesaid, Auctioneer, the surviving Executors therein named, on the 19th day of June, 1901, in the St Asaph District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Justice) arc hereby required to send in the particulars of their claims and demands to the undersigned, the Solicitor of the said Execu- tors, on or before the 19th day of October, 1901. And Notice is Hereby also Given, that after that day the said Executors will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have notice, and that they will not be liable for the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 4th day of September, 1901. A. LEWIS JONES, Russell Road, Rhyl, 753) Solicitor for the Executors. RHYL CHORAL SOCIETY. SECOND SEASON 1901-2. A GENERAL MEETING of the above Society will be held at the BOARD ROOM, TOWN HALL, RHYL, on FRIDAY, the 13th of SEPTEMBER, 1901, at 8.30 p.m. Chair to be taken by W. J. P. Storey, Esq., J.P. BUSINESS Passing of Balance Sheet and Elec- tion of Officers, &c., &e. All members of the Society are earnestly requested to attend. Grand Pavilion Theatre, RHYL. Proprietors Messrs W. Carter & S. Warhurst. Acting Manager Mr Arthur Laceby Friday and Saturday, Sept. 6th & 7th, and Saturday, Matinee at 2-30, "THE BELLE OF NEW YORK." Mr BEN GlvEET'S Principal Company. Sunday, September 8th, Special Sacred Concert. AUGUSTE VAN BIENE will play amongst other 'Cello Solos the renowned Broken Melody." And MISS HELENE VALME, the renowned Contralto, will be of the party. Monday, Sept. 8th, for 3 nights, The suecrnpful Strand Theatre Farcical Comrily. It fACING THE MUSIC." Early Poors 7. Ordinary Doors 7-30. Commeuec at Orchestra Stalls, 3s; Stalls, 2s.; Centre Circle, Is tnl Balcony all,l Pit, Js.; Back Seats, lid. Early Doors Gd (jstra, except to Stalls. I 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 Hieh Street, fresh from the beds every morning. Established in Rhvl since lSï6. Shells in great varietv. 597 KHYL SEA BREEZE. — The New Century 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. GRATTON, Chemist, Queen Square Pharmacy. (621 LIGHTNING PHOTOGRAPHER. A. HOIE- -Lj WOOD COMLE\, Market square, Queen street. Daily from 9 a. iii. till sunset. Visitors are invited to witness the process of taking and finishing portraits in one minute. 620 PHOTOGRAPHY. Ernest Jones for Best P Work. See the Windows. Only address, 27 Queen Street, Rhyl. (G20 W. FREEMAN, Jeweller, Watchmaker, Silver- 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- -Lj dresses Abbey Street, Bodfor Street, Market Hall, Phyl 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 E500 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^ and J. HEATHCOTE, Queen's Hotel, West Parade, and Victoria, Vale Road, Rhyl. Coaches and Char-a-bancs leave the Queen's Hotel, est Parade, daily, at 10-30 a.m. and 3 p.m., and every Sunday at 10 a.m. for Services at Rodel- 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 I^ISHING TACKLE.—Best Trout Flies on drawn gut, Is. per doz. Fishing Licences, and all 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 Parties. (659 ISecommeitfjeTr ftpartmems. \\7"INTER or PERMANENT APARTMENTS. » f Sitting Room, one or more Bedrooms, Bathroom terms low.—Apply 1, River Street. 745 "\T7ID0W Lady and Daughter have comfortable T T ROOMS to LET for one or two Ladies or Gentlemen for Winter terms very moderate.— S.V., Journal Office. 744 WEST PARADE (Facing Sea).—Visitors w(/ will find every comfort at above Establish- ment. Good cooking and attendance. (366 TT) HYL. Near Sea, Superior APARTMENTS, XV public or private piano and bath (hot and cold. Good attendance; terms moderate.—Mrs Foilen Jones, 45 Aquarium Street. (351 HYL-Comfortable APARTMENTS TO LET it bathroom (h. & c.) Piano, &c.-Address, Mrs B. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. APARTMENTS.— TO LET, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply— 24 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 UTLAND 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.-High-class Board- PEN-Y-DON, East Parade.—High-class Board- ing Establishment in own Grounds, facing sea, liberal table, late dinner. — Miss Strevett. Proprietress, late Manageress Claremont Hydro. 439 KHYL.—Superior FURNISHED HOUSP] or APARTMENTS. Open Sea View (Irish Sea) and Carnarvonshire Mountains. Stabling. Close to Pier, Grand Pavilion, Bathing Ground, Sands, and Bandstand. Moderate terms.— Applications Telegrams, 14 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. Mr3 Yardley Sunny- side, Brighton Road. 468 fVO WEST PARADE (close to the Sea).— < 0 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.— M arnie & Evans, Montrose House, Butterton Rd., Rhyl. (481 HIGH-CLASS APARTMENTS or Board Residence; superior Cooking, Cycle ac- commodation, Sea view. Mrs Miller, nand 10 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. APARTMENTS.—Mrs Peplow, No 5 Butterton It 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. Staff's.), 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 JL Kitchen, in Cottage near Rhyl. Terms very ino(lerate. Apply Celia," Journal Office. JL Kitchen, in Cottage near Rhyl. Terms very moderate. —Apply Celia," Journal Office. PERMANENT APARTMENTS for One or] Two Gentlemen. Close to promenade. Good Cooking. Apply 715, Journal Office. COMFORTABLE HOM E f Business Youny C Ladies or Gentlemen. Close to town. East End. Terms moderate. Apply—M.J., Journal Office, Rhyl. A LADY wishes to hear of another as PAYING GUEST small private family moderate terms permanent.—K. J., journal Office. 755 jfunuBtiEjf Rousts. OUSE TO Lh;T, FURNISHED, from Septem JLL ber, for 6 months, or more 5 Bedrooms, 3 Sitting Rooms, Bath Room low rent.—Apply to "M," Retreat, Beechwood Road, Rhyl. (740 URNISHD HOUSE TO LET in John Street; j' 2 Parlours, 2 Kitchens, 5 good Bedrooms. Winter or longer. Terms moderate,—Apply, Banquet House, Rhuddlan. (752 I^URNISHED HOU^K.—Opposite Sea. Three entertaining, seven bedrooms, bathroom, h.c., servants' hall, library, pianos, bathchair. Terms exceedingly moderate.—Address H. P., I Plastirion. 405 TO LET BURNISHED, 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. (642 rpo LET, FURNISHED, for SEPTEMBER-, I Idloes," John Street, Rhyl, containing two Reception Rooms, four Bedrooms (five beds), h: & c. Bath, Kitchens, &e.—Terms, Dowell, 156 Wellington Road, Rhyl. (430 TO LET FURNISHED. September. 33 River Street, Rhyl, two entertaining rooms, four bedrooms (six beds), bath (h. & c.), kitchens. Minute from promenade. Mrs Hughes, Brynhyfryd Henllan, Trefnant. 707 rpO BE__LET, FURXishED, No. 18 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 I^URNISHED 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 Printing Of every description executed at the Journal Office RHYL.—For September, severa Furnished 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, JLV for Sale, &c., apply to B. Williams, agent for the Westminster Fire Office (Established A. J). 1717), Rhyl. RHYL.-To Let, Newly-built House, every convenience. Rent f21 per annum.—B. Will iams. Agent, Rhvl. WANTED, Strong, Williug GIRL, 14, for I f Midlands, to help Cook in housework one lady.—Address first, J. B., 12 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. 738 WANTED, Respectable PERSON, age about 30, as MOTHER S HELP one child, 12 months. Board and lodging wages 5s. weekly. Apply A. B. C. Journal Otlice, Rhyl. 739 APARTMENTS, Two Bed and Sitting Room, where one family only taken preferred; must be clean and comfortable.—Apply, statin terms, M.E., office of this paper. (742 rpo LET, SANDON, Wellington Rd., containing -L 2 Sitting Rooms and 4 Bedrooms.-Apply, Roebuck, Ingledene, Bath Street, Rhyl. (741 HIGHFIELD PARK. ON SALE, Fifteen JLl Plots of LAND, situate in the best part of the town, and 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 J G1 ROSVENOR CHAMBERS, 7 Kinmel Street, r House To Let (shop excepted). Apply— R. E. Owens, Saddler, Kinmel Street. 682 TO BE LET OR SOLD.—No. rQUEEN-ST. RHY 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. Market Street. Rhvl. 155 TVTANTEI) an APPRENTICE to Photography. U Apply, Ernest Jones, 27 Queen St., Rhyl. (575 TO LET, with immediate possession, Voryd Cottage (detached), Rhyl. Rent £ 19 per annum.—Apply Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (641 rpO LET, with Immediate Possession, HOUSES, J_ pleasantly situated in Butterton Road and South Avenne, with every modern convenience. Rents from f21 to £ 28.—For further particulars apply to David Griffiths and Son, Contractor, Windsor Strept, or at f:7 West Parade. 6S6 Y\7 AN 1ED, for Mold, a Superior Young GIRL VT as HOUSEMAID WAITRESS; good references required.—Apply Mrs Williams, 16, Queen Street, Rhyl. 744 \Vf ANTED, iu East end, FURNISHED HOUSE, T T four or five Bedrooms, Bath, Piano £ 3 10s a month.—Apply E.D., Journal Office. 746 WANTED, at once, a respectable WOMAN, one or two days a week, for WASHING and CLEANING.—Apply X, Journal Office. "\T7"ANTED, well educated YOUTH as YV APPRENTICE. —*Apply to P. Ashfield, High-class Store Chemist, Rhyl. 751 A LADY requires three Unfurnished Rooms without attendance, in a quiet family farm house not objected to.—Address, Mrs Unsworth, Stoneleigh, Bath Street, Rhyl. (703 WANTED Experienced LAUNDRESS for two 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, Rhyl. 704 r» WO VILLA RESIDENCES at Highfield Park X TO BE LET; Rental £ 34.—Apply, Mr Foulkes, Highfield, Rhyl. (623 \\J ANTED a well-educated Youth as au Ap- prentice to the Chemist and Druggist Business. Apply-Gratton, Queen's Square, Rhyl. 712 HYL, TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY 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 othc: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. 6Si DRESSMAKING. —Good First Skirt Hand JL7 WANTED.—Apply, Miss Furber, 22 Water Street. (74S rpO LET.—Stanley Park Gaidens, Rhyl, com- _L prising Orchard, Market Garden, Greenhouse (45ft by 15ft), Vinery, Henhouses, and four-roomed Cottage area 3,584 square yards surrounded by walls, varying in height, from 7ft Oin to 10ft.- Apply to R. Jones, Stanley Park. (747 OFFICE BOY Wanted. Must be Sharp and Good writer. Apply—Hubert R. Holbeche. Auctioneer and Surveyor, Market St.. Rhyl. 716 ADVERTISER, 29, Smart and Energetic, re- 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 V, WANTED, a GENERAL, age about 20, for small cottage, three in family salary £ 12. —Apply X.Y.Z., Journal Office, Rhyl. 731 -IOP, SALE, Lady's BICYCLE (Singer) perfect JL condition take £ 5.—J.K., Journal Office. 733 A Young Lady (Certificated) wishes to hear of j' a few Children as PUPILS, Mornings only, at her own House. Terms moderate. Brattan, 1 South Avenue, Butterton Road, Rhyl. 724 TO LET, with immediite possession, No. 8 BLLLE VUE TERRACE, BATH ST. (corner of Brighton Road). Full particulars on application, between 6 and 7 o'clock. 725 "TVTOT1CE OF REMOVAL. — T. Branagen, i_ l Chimney Sweeper, late 28 Wellington Road, Rhyl, has removed to Spring Bank, High Street, Prestatyn. Orders from Rhyl or neighbourhood promptly attended to. (719 KHJ 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 70,000 per week, and as 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, Rhvl. (608 "P)T TT"f"C 241b. Boxes direct from X JU VJ IVLO. grower. Carriage paid. Egg (large yellow cooking) 3s 6d. Victorias (dessert) 4s 6d. Damsons 4s 6d. Cash with order.-Fl Thornely, Evesham. (643 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 £ 39. Price 1700. RHYL. Sound Investment. Eight Cottages in Ernest Street, Newtown and Seven Cottages on the Tynewydd Estate. Auuual rents £:!04 12. Sold in one Lot or separately. Desirable Freehold Residences and Building Plots on the New Marine Drive, Rhyl. Apply to E. W KEATIMJE, Y'aenol, Rhvl. (668
For the Medical Student. The "Students' Number" of the Lancet foi- tilt Session 1901-02 is published to-day, ai,d wili contain, as usual, all the information that is required by the medical student to guide him in his educational curriculum, whether he is already engaged in medical study or is now entering upoo his chosen career. In paiticular the "Students' Number is designtd to be a guide to both parents and students in their selection of a medical school. The rtguialions of the examining boards in medicine attached to the different bodies recognised by the General Medical Council will be published at length. wtJI — IT
Jersuaieni has 10 hospitals, the JJaron Roths, child's and others being very fine all free, and all full to overflowing. In China, when an honour is conferred on a family, it is tho ancestors and not the descend- ants who share the glory. Projectiles for modern big and rapid-firinp guns require about half their weight in powdei to lire them.
PI R. LAWRENCE, Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examination, 20, HIGH S UEE1, KHYL. (PcM^) Prescription Dept V im>oiF rs*. Qr-~i»tv, wi»l. p in; tacd careful attent r N,' I 11' Delivery u, AU., Surgical Appliances and all Requisites tor i»vaba& Choice Perfumes. Photographic Department CAMERA, Dry Plates, P.C.P., Mounts, Albums- And every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers, Instructions Free to Purchasers. )ARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. Photographic Department jf"'7 CAMERA, Dry Plates, P.C.P., Mounts, Albums- Teleplwne And every Requisite for Vo. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers, 'St Instructions Free to Purchasers. DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. ^r 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 Thoroughly Practical experience enables me to guarantee the best possible work at moderate charges. Estimates for tunicgs and repairs, of all classes of musical instruments, free. A post card wilJ secure the prompt and personal attention of Yours very truly, W. A. BEDDINGTON, Denbigh House, 16 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. 293 COMPTON 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 MILLINERY At POPULAR PRICES. Sailor Hats, Golfing Hats, Cycling Hats IN GREAT VARIET. Telegrams-Steer, Rhvl. Telephone-o. 3 Rhyl. H. A. STEER Wine Merchant, 73 High Street, Rhyl GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKY i Sole Proprietor), AS SUPPLIED TO COL. CORN WALLIS WEST, Ruthin Castle, during the visit 01 n H.R.H. THE PkTKCE OF WALES, May, 189S. John Jameson's and Georjre Roe s Irish Whiskies. Henry Norman & Cie. Martell & Hennessv's Brandies. BASS & CO.'S LIGHT BOTTLING ALE, Nicholson's London Gin. De Kuyper Hollands. Imperial Pints, 2s. 6tl. per Dozen Bass and Worthinpton's Ale. Guinness' Extra Dublin Half Pints, Is. 6d. Stout and Export Invalid Nourishing Stout. • Special Value, Own Bottling—California!) Burgundy, 15s per dozen; Californian Sauterne, Ins p"r dnZPIl; BASS & CO.'S ALES in 9 and J8 Gallon Casks Australian Burgundy, 15s per dozen. Equal to Wines- From Is. per Gallon sold at double the price. D r r r L Strett m Hills. Ellis and Son, aud Schweppe's & Co.'s rAl>h A.Lt. at Is. 8d. per Gallon. Mineral Waters. Agent for Moet & Chandon's Champagnes. St Mareeaux Champagnes, Rhine and Moselle Wines, Jules Lafauie t,^ tt-i „ and Co.'s Clarets. CIGARS Wholesale and Retail. 60 and 61 HIGH STREET. J. TALBOTT IS NOW SHOWING ADTUMN NOVELTIES in all Departments. rpo BE SOLD CHEAP, by PRIVATE TREATY _I_ a Freehold Dwelling house situated at the West end of Rhyl, close to Parade, containing 2 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 f42 per annum. Apply to Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (344 > REE ADVERTISING. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR TO BE LET.- Property-owners and others desirous of dis- P Property-owners and others desirous of dis- posing of Property, Businesses, &c.. by private treaty are invited to send full particulars to th. undermentioned for insertion (free of charge) 11 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 tor a copy of the Register, which will be forwar 1. post free, on application to the Proprietors auc Publishers Messrs. Greenhalgh and Geary, Aue tioneers. Valuers and Estate Agents, Rhyl. 13 JOSEPH JONES ilate Mr W Evans), PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, &c. Venetian and other Blinds Made to Order. All Work in above Tradp Personally Attended to in Town or Country. Workshop Old Armoury, Back Windsor Strept, Rhyl. 440 THE 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, Wageonettes, Char-a-banrs, light American Funeral Cars, Hearses, and Sheliheres 50 other Carriages, some equal to new, easy terms. Catalogues and Drawings free. John Marston's Carriage Works, Ltd., Bradford-st, Birmingham, t' (167 rp LET — ilod Arthur and Bod Meurig, Bath JL Street, Rhjl. Superior private residences, each containing three entertaining room! nine bedrooms, dressing rooms, &c., with all modern conveniences.- Apply Messrs T. Foulke* and Son, Builders, 71 West Parade, or Mr J Shaw Greco II Mill Street. Warrington. 14 YOUNG LADY — Junior Assistani t<« th- General Drapery live out.—Apply pers 'ti.illv to H Millward. Draper, Rhyl. 575 MRS GREENHOUSE, Old-established SER VANTS' REGISTRY', 17 Water Street, is in immediate want of first-class Servants foi Gentlemen's Families for England and W alep TO BF, LET, with immediate pnss. ss-m, CRAIGLEA, Bath Street, Rhyl. Rei i'40 per annum. Also ROUALEYN, adjoining; rent per annum.—Apply, Messrs Gamlin .,I %Villiams, Solicitors. Rhvl. -J "¥) HY L. To Let, Unfurnished, two JLV Houses in Victoria Avenue, Sea Brtnk H each contaiDg 2 Entertaining Rooms, f, lire. Bathroom, and usual domestic offices imtl e possession. Rent of each £ 25 per anniim. y GrctnhaJgh and < .earv, Auctioneers, Rbyi. f) EM OVAL— MRS WII,LIAAI-S, 20a f r(i XV Street, has removed to 16 Queen Stref t, where she will still endeavour to supply her patrons with suitable servants, Hour§ 10 to 12, and 2 to 8. (360 A PARTMEXTS in tLe Lake District are b st obtained A by an Advertisement in the Kendal Mercun and Times.' 20 words. Is.: 3 weeks, 2-, 6d. TO ALL HAVING APARTMENTS TO LET AT RHYL.- Do not lose pounds by harinc your Apartments Empty, when for Is. lor b weeks. 2s 6dt you can have « 20-word Advertisement in the" Kendal Mercury and Times," which circulates all over the English Lake District, which e- rb year sends hundreds of visitors to W dress "Mercury and Times' Offic- Kendal. LYTHAM. FURMSHED APARTME TS.— Aioliday-makers seeking a quiet seasIde and rural tes rt on the Lancashire Const fix on Lytham SIX miles fr.in Blackp ol'. Those requiring Apartments would be quickly accommodated by inserting a small advertise- ment in the Lytham Times -32 words Is.; or fonx insertions for 3s. 9d. This journal is the only on« printed and published in this flourishing district,— Address Manager" Times" Office, Lytham. APARTMENTS.-To all having Apartment- to Let.- ft Do r ot loose u-jos by having your apartment* einptv, when for Is (or 3 weeb- 5 2s) y..u can have a 30-word advertisement in six London suburban newspapers, circu- lating in districts which each year send thousands of visitors to Rhyl and other p'easing resorts in the neigh- bourhood. Names of papers Leyton. Leytonstone,West Ham.Wanstead. Woodford and Forest Gate. 3rlanor Park and Ilford Express and li i dependent." -Address, Pub- lisher, "Independent" Office. Leytonstone. London, N E. I ) UKOON (on the Clyde I.-ResidenU in Rhyl and District desiring Apartments at Dunoon. Iniiellan, Kien. Hunter's Quay, and <olv Loch Distri,t should insert an advertisement in The Dunoon Observer and Argyllshire Stat,.dird' IS words, (;d,; four insertions, Is. 6d.: 30 wor is. 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 AIA-N. Intending Visitors shoulj make j. known tlie r Wants in the "Isle of Man Examiner." 24 wor 0. s prepaid. (Id.; thr-e inserti-ns. Is. Broadbent's i opnlar Guiue li »ok, posi free, frd. Books on Many Folklore. iic., "1 S. h. broudbent and Co., Ltd., Yictori' Stieet, Douglas. < 10LNTRY SERVANTS- I ARM STOCK PRODUCE I j Do you wish to buy. sell, o- engage ? It so, adver- tise m the Orinsknk Advertiser Ag-,cultaral Intelligencer for Wis; Lane s' ire lestablished h"lf-p ce turvi. and y u will jrP, what you want 24, • I Lrn°iie Siilli al "sertions t.alf-pri.-e Publi lung Otnces, Ormskirk T LANDRINDOD WELLS.— The best advertising .v. p ? for those seeking apartments at the Well! is he Radnorshire Standard (Antral Wales News." K isitors, published everv Fridav, Id. eie being numerous vacancies for domestic servants, 8i res-os &,c.. at the Wells. an advertisement in this paper would be th se e em loy- Head UPn,- t. U;u,)r: d u' lLs. | AST SI Fl oLK •LES Residents in Rhil ■ « an d stri t p rlrt,etits -it Becoles) or any ,WI1 011 the Br,should msort n saiall adver- tiseriie'.t III the E-st I-, -Il',ik Gazf* tt. P popular papet r e«.l s -uidth-' adjo;: •=! district-; Vri'e, '2i words, o;s*rti n. 's 3 ciserfijrs, 2^ six, 3,. ddress, t *»uiiolK ''«?ette. Be s. 10 T,ET. a and 4, BELLE VUE JE. TERRACE, HATH STREET three erter* "iininc, eight b..d rooms, bathroom, h. and c., m-.c kitchen and back kitchen, yard, u,.c. P coal. house, gai -cn front and back vacant possesion. |—Jot. Williams, Auctioueer Rhyl 135"^
s>aleg ftp auetton. MR FRANK JEWELL. TOWN HALT., RHYL. Monday, September 16, 1901. MR FRANK JEWELL will Sell by Auction n- in the Town Hall, a Quantity of Well- preaerved, Valuable Furniture, will be removed there for convenience of comprising :—Drawing Room Suite, in i 'Ppendale mahogany, upholstered in silk 0a?estry Dining Room Suite, in dark carved '> Bedroom"Suites, in Rosewood, Mahogany, IiV » an^ 5 Beds, Bedding, Household etc., etc. Au ?.r^er particulars may be had from the p„ loneer, at h^s Offices, Central Buildings, estatyn. 750