A LADY IN TROUBLE AT RHYL. A sad case was heard before the Rhyl Magis- trates on Saturday, when Edith Davies, who described herself as the wife of a doctor's assis- ^nt, and who is staying at Gronant, was charged with stealing a tablecloth valued at 5s. frorn the house of Mrs Arnold, Millbank, Rhyl, on Sept 6th. Mr Perks and Mr Elwy Williams Were the magistrates present. Defendant admitted the offence and stated had drink in Rhyl on the night in question, missed the train, and went to a public house, where she failed to get lodgings, but met Han named George Blood, who offered to *jod her shelter at his lodgings in Millbank. "he went there unknown to Mrs Arnold, and Sat up until daybreak, when she left with the Jnan, taking the tablecloth. He left her at the cross roads to gather mushrooms, and she walk- ed home, selling the tablecloth to a milk dealer named John Roberts, Hafod Elwy, Prestatyn, I paid 6d for it. Mrs Arnold said the tablecloth was left with to wash, and bore marks.—John Roberts, stated that the woman asked for a drink of Water and for money on the tablecloth. He gave her 6d "to help her on way." Witness Caged his story and referred to his wife as lVIng the money and often helping people on the road. The Magistrates' Clerk commented on the fact that 6d did not represent the value of the tablecloth. P.S. McWalter said he arrested the prisoner Who at first denied the charge. Defendant afterwards showed him the house where she sold it, and said she was in drink at the time of the theft. The Chairman said the Bench had taken a ^efy lenient view of the case aa she Avas in r*nk, bnt that did not justify theft. She ^°uld be fined 10s. or 7 days.
LIST OF VISITORS. 35 West parade (Mrs Buckley)—Miss Cooper, Uston Misses Crawley, Cork; Mrs Hawkins, rs Denrill, Walsall; Mr and Mrs Markurch, f and m, B'ham. P Bodfor street (Mrs T C Amos) —Mr and Mrs °rd, S'bury; Mr Ford junr. do, Mr Colthorpe, fexham; Mr Chapman, B'ham; Mr Moritz. P *7 Gronant street (Mrs Williams)—Mr and Mrs °We, Miss Rowe, London. £ High Street (Mrs Jones).—Mrs and Miss Uck, B'ham Mrs and Misses Hesketh, Huyton Richard do Mr Barton, Surrey. Cartref, Paradise Street.—John Bullough, Esq., therton Airs and Master Bullough, do. 1 River Street (Miss Wadsworth).—Miss Clay- n> Manchester; Mr and Mrs Hamer, do; Miss later, do. 7 River St (Mrs Simcock).—Mrs Penrice, f and In, R'head.
CWM. A crowded congregation was present at the eVening service on Thursday when the Church was opened after restoration. The, Service was taken by e Rev T Jenkins(Rhyl), the Rev J Owen (Dyserth) fead the lessons and a suitable discourse was giveD Jy the Rev T W Vaughan, Vicar of Rhuddlan. jhe collections throughout the day amounted to ;C14 Is 4d Tea was provided for visitors in the Schoolroom, amongst those who kindly contributed it being:—The Vicar, Mrs Rowley Conwy, Mrs ^harles Lewis, Mrs Major Tallent, Mrs Conwy Mrs Williams (Tanllan), Mrs Thomas, Mrs llhams, Mrs Bibby, Mrs Anwyl, Mrs Evans, ~jr8 Habberley, Mrs Davies, Mrs Jones (Tirhwch), Mrs Parry, Mrs Jones (Tydrlynlike), Mrs Jones, r-he tables were presided over by Mrs Anwyl, Aliss Anwyl, Mrs Bibby, and Miss Habberley, assisted by the Misses Brown, Williams, and "ones. IN MEMORIAM.-The Rev T W Vaughan, of Rhuddlan, exchanged pulpits with the Rev T Major Rees, Vicar of Cwm, last Sunday evening and preached from Luke vii., 11-15 v., making touching reference to the death of Miss Frances yones (Tyddynlike), which we reported in our last ISsUe.
NEWMARKET. CONCERT.—On Wednesday last a benefit concert as held in the Congregational Chapel at the above place. The chair was occupied by Mr "ones, of Prestatyn, who delivered an address ost suitable for the occasion. The proceeds were Jn aid of Mr William Hughes, the programme being as followsSong, Neges y Blodeuyn,' ~*r N Hughes; song, Bendithiaist Coed y Meusydd,' Miss Lucy Norris; song, 4 Y Milwr Clwyfedig,' Mr W Parry song, Dewrion Feibion Gwalia,' by the Newmarket Male Voice Choir, nnder the contfuctorship of Mr John Roberts; ^Uett, Ar Lan Afonydd Babel,' Miss E Jones and Mr D R Jones bong, Dream of Paradise,' Miss Williams, Prestatyn; song, Gwlad y Delyn,' Mr A Williams song, My Irish Lad,' and as an c'neore, I Metch y Melinydd,' Miss Annie Williams ItOsslyn; song, Grandpa,' Mis" H Hughes Song, Gwlad y Menig Gwynion,' Mr 0 Parry, solo, Miss Lucy Morris; song, Wyt Ti'n Oofio; ■Lloer,' Mr M Hughes; song, 'Martyrs of the Arena,' Newmarket Male Voice Choir recitation, "Dedwydd Dri,' Mr W H Blythin dnett, Y ■^deilen ar y Lli,' Miss Edie Jones and Mr D R ^oces; song, Penill Adroddiad fy Nhad.' Miss ^illiarrs, Prestatyn; song,' Lead, Kindly Light,' Mr A Williams song, Bwthyn Bach Melyn fy ^had,' Miss Ant ie Williams song, 'Spriugtimp,' Newmarket Male Voice Choir.—Mr Thomas, of Newmarket, aDd Mr Jones (the Chairman), ten- dered tteir best thanks to all those who bad taken Part in the entertainment. The proceedings were brought to a close by singing the Welsh National Anthem, the solo being taken by Mr W Parry. Miss Edith L llobeits, Newmarket, very kindly acted as accompanist.
OLD FALSE TEETH BOUGHT. Full value in cash or offer per return of post, R. D. & J. B. Fraser, Ltd., Princes St., Ipswich he largest and oldest buyers in the world
ABERGELE. At the Petty Sessions on Saturday, Mr E A Crabbe applied for an order sanctioning the closing up of a footpath across land between Pensarn and Abergele which is to be laid out for building Purposes. The footway, it was said, was now Unnecessary owing to the construction of a new road. All the formalities had been complied with, and he asked for an order so that they might go on to Quarter Sessions for confirmation.—Mr Mor- gan Jones, surveyor to the Abergele and Pensarn Urban Council attended and produced the plans, etc.—The application was granted.
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-atro by auction. ¡ r By Mr FRANCIS GEARY. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. PEN 1 BE TBEWYN 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. Important and Attractive Sale of very Valuable and Modern RESIDENTIAL FURNITURE of very superior make. JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Sell by Public Auction, at the Operetta Hall, Market Street, On THURSDAY, 19TH SEPTEMBER, 1901, an Excellent Assortment of very Superior DRAWINC, DININC, AND BEDROOM SUITES, and other Effects, &c. For further particulars see posters and handbills. On View Morning of Sale. Sale 2-30 sharp.
THE YEOMANRY'S RETURN. A memorable episode in the annals of the county was enacted at Welshpool on Friday, when the members of the 31st and 49th Companies of the Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanry and the Service Section of the 5th Volunteer Battalion, South Wales Borderers, were feted in celebration of their recent homecoming from the South P-1 African war. Inside the Parish Church an exceedingly large congregation had assembled and, when the mili- tary had taken possession of the seats reserved for them, all the available space was occupied 'the clergy present were Archdeacon Thomas (Llandrinio), Rev D G Davies (Vicar of Welsh- pool), Rev E W Brown (Rector of Montgomery). Rev D Stephens (Vicar of Buttington), and the Revs J Jenkins, M Davies, and D James (of Welshpool). Mr T Maldwyn Price presided at the organ, and the Rev J Jenkins intoned the service. The opening byrnp, 0 God, onr help in ages past,' was rendered with fervour and im- pressiveness. Psalms 120 and 124 weie Sllnz, and the lesson, which was read by Archdeacon Thomas, was taken from Joshua 22. The Te Deum was ch-inted and the anthem was Psalm 107, during the singing of whic'n the Vicar of Welshpool ascended the pulpit and took as his text the 12th verse of the 116th Psahn The luncheon took place in the Town Hall, which was decorated with flags, &c., and a capital repa-t was laid on the tables by Miss Frost, Royal Oak Hotel. The Mayor of the Borough, wearing his chain of office, presided, and he was supported by the Countess of Powis, Mrs Humphreys Owen, &c. The Chairman proposed the health of the King and Queen and the rest of the Royal Family,' and the toasts were loyally received. Mr Morgan Owen, H M.I.. in response to the call of the Mayor, said it afforded him great pleasure to comply with the request of the com- mittee of this celebration to propose on this in- teresting and, he might add, historic occasion, the toat of The Imperial Forces.' The term Imperial Forces' was, in his opinion, just now of a most significant character, for it reminded them of the fact that the sun never sets upon those forces. They were to be found at home, in Canada, Australia, South Africa, and, indeed, all over the world (cheers). And, at the call of duty, they responded with alacrity and with a firm determination to discharge the various offices of that duty (hear, hear). He need scarcely remind them that they had performed their duty to the admiration of their friends and the consternation of their foes (cheers). In South Africa, the Im- perial Forces had had no light tasl, to do. Th< y bad to endure hunger, thirst, and every kind of fatigue while they encountered the crafty foe (hear, hoar). It would be remembered that the ex-President of the Transvaal said that the Boars would stagger humanity.' And they did I stag- ger humanity' when they established the human shambles at Vlakfontein, where British soldiers, while engaged in the task of binding up each other's wounds, were shot dead like dogs (shame). Unfortunately for us last year those in authority in South Africa were not acquainted with the real character of the B>er—-(hear, hpar) -or they would not have taken his word of allegiance t,) our King and allowed him to depart, not to his home where he said he was going, but to prowl about the country like a wolf in the night killing unsuspecting people and destroying the food sup- plies even of his own kith and kin (shame1. These were among the hardships and perils our Imperial Forces had to endure (hear, hear). And yet there were some i-eople so utterly shameless and so thoroughly unpatriotic as to blackguard our own men and to stand up for the Boers (shame). And, because some of these people were members of Parliament or what not, the Boers magnified the importance of their words and used them to prolong this horrible war (hear, hear). We, however, knew these people, and they only reminded us of the frog in the fable (laughter). But our Imperial Foices bad taught the whole world that-whether rich or poor, born in the hall or the cottage-they bad at heart the honour, safety, and welfare of the British Empire (cheers). And should the nations at any time combine against England, then with the speed of electricity, a question would be put to our brethren all over the world, and that question would be—" Are you ready?' And, with equal speed would be flashed back the reply ready, ever ready '(loud applause). Captain Pryce, in responding, said he returned his thanks on behalf of the Army, and he sincerely wished it was his duty to give them a vote for what they owed them. It was a consolation to know how much they were in touch with them and with the Army in South Africa (applause). Lieut. Col. Pryce-Jones, M.P., also responded to the toast. The toat of the afternoon—' The Montgomery- shire Imperial Yeomanry and the Volunteer Ser- vice Company '-was proposed by Mr Harrison. He was happy to think that the toast was one that could not infringe in any way whatever upon party politics: it was one in which they could be warmly united in welcoming their warriors from the front, and wishing suceess and prosperity to those who were left behind in South Africa (ap- plause). Referring to a reniaik made by Capt Pryce concerning Sir Watkin, he said it would be im- proper, and be knew it would not be in accordance with their feelings in introducing to their notice that toast, if he were not, on behalf of the county, to tender to His Majesty's Lord Lieutenant their warmest appreciation of what he had done for the county (applause). Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn, Bart., who received a warm reception, said that the Yeomanry assem- bled there some twenty months ago, and some of them would remember one of their last experien- ces was to be entertained there before they went out and receive the whole of their equipment which took them out. He thanked the county for the patriotic way in which they supported the Yeo- manry and Volunteers throughout the time of equipment, Thej had sent 550 Yeomen to the front, and a Volunteer Service Company had also been to the front, and he thanked them for the way they had fought for the country and for the county (applause). Captain Robert Wynn also responded, and said that on behalf of the 31st and 49th Companies Imperial Yeomanry and the Volunteer Service Section, he thanked them for the kind reception they had given them. They were sent out K do their duty, and he thought they bad done .eir utmost to carry out their instructions. TL-y had come back safely, and if they were wanted again they would be ready to go out (applause.)
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MARRIAGE. September 11, at St Thomas' Church, Rhyl, by the Rev D W Rees, M.A., Vicar of Long Benning- ton, brother of the bride, the Rev J W Pendleton, Vicar of Oakworth, to Caroline Grace, youngest daughter of the late D. Rees, Esq, Oswestry, and of Mrs Rees, St. Oswald's, Rhyl.
Sales ftp Euctton. By Mr FRED WALLIS. RHYL, NORIIH WALES. IWOKTANT SALE OF Valuable Freehold Boarding House, Dwelling Houses and Building Land. Situate on the West Parade, Water Street, and Crescent Road. MR FRED WALLIS has been favoured with instructions to ofler 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. 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 1 and 2 are now occupied together by Mrs 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, 5 Bedrooms, w.c., Kitchen, Scullery, Yard, and the usual Out- ofhees. LOT 4. All that excellent and commodious Dwelling- house, No. 4 CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL, in the occupation of Mrs (Jaudon. The house contains :—Drawing Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Room, 7 Bedrooms, w.c., Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Pantries, Yard, and the usual Out- offices. 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 lying between Lot 4 and the Plymouth Brethren Chapel, and comprising 1,064 square yards or thereabouts. The whole of the above Property is most admirably situated in the best part of Rhyl, and affords an 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. MORCAN, Solicitor, Shrewsbury. By MR. H. R. HOLBECHE. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. fiOBN EXCHANGE, BHYL. L 1ITR HUBERT R. HOLBECHE will Sell by AYJL Auction at an early date, a quantity of Useful Household Furniture. Other lots can be included on intimation to the Auctioneer at the Auction, Estate and Survey Offices, Market Street, Rhyl, and St. Asaph. N.B.—This furniture is all for absolute Sale, and none of it is the property of the auctioneer, who does not in any way deal in furniture. (780 HUBERT R. HOLBECHE, Auctioneer, Estate Agent, and Valuer, Rhyl and St. Asaph, has to Let :— FURNISHED. WEST END. Well-situated House, Rent moderate. QTEEN STREET.—House, containing 3 reception, 7 bedrooms, &c. ■AQUARIUM STREET. Splendidly furnished Villa, all modern conveniences. UNFURNISHED WEST PARADE. — Boarding House, Rent X90. AQUARIUJI ST.—Well-arranged modern Villa residence, Rent X39. JOlIX ST.—Nicely situated Villa, 3 reception rooms, 5 bedrooms, bath room, &c, Rent £ 26. BUTTERTDN ROAD.- Villa, Rent f,2S. PRINCES ST.—House, Rent £ 24 10s. KINMEL ST.—House, Rent 9-24. MARINE LAKE (near).—Villa, 2 sitting, 4 bed- rooms, bath, &c. Rent £21..1 VALE ROAD.-From January, 1902, 919 10s. WELLINGTON ROAD.-House, Rent £19. ST. ASAPH.—Shop and commodious dwelling House in best position. ST, ASAPH (Mill street). WarehouEe, jalgo Cottage, rent 2s weekly. Further particulars of these and other houses may be had on application to The Auction, Estate, and Survey Offices, Market Street, Rhyl. By MR FRANK JEWELL. TOWN HALL, RHYL. Monday, September 16, 1901. MR FRANK JEWELL will Sell by Auction in the Town Hall, a Quantity of Well- preserved, Valuable Furniture, which will be removed there for convenience of sale, comprising :—Drawing Room Suite, in Chippendale mahogany, upholstered in silk tapestry Dining Room Suite, in dark carved oak Bedroom" Suites, in Rosewood, Mahogany, Walnut, and Ash Beds, Bedding, Household Linen, etc., etc. Further particulars may be had from the Auctioneer, at his Offices, Central Buildings, Prestatyn. 750
THE RHYL BELVOIR HOTEL. At Chester Police COUlt on Tuesday, Mr J E Middlehurst, arbitrator and valuer, Manchester, lire: tor and chairman of the Belvoir Pier Hotel, Rhyl, appeared to an adjourned summons at the instance of the Official Receiver (M i- Hugh Jones) lor failing to supply a statement of accounts as required under the company's winding up act 1890. The Official Receiver now stated that the state- ment of affairs bad now been filed, and therefore the object he had in view in taking proceeding had been attained. He was now quite willing to allow the proceedings to drop on payment of the cost of the summons. Mr H P Jones, solicitor, Manchester, appeared for the defendant and stated that he still adhered to the opinion he had pre- viously expressed by letter, that the Chester magistrates had no jurisdiction to hear the summons, and he was supported in that view on looking into the! authorities on that subject. He did not wish to press the point now, however. There seemed to be an impression prevailing that there was some reflection upon Mr Middleburst's charac, ter in regard to his conduct in this matter, and he wished to have it removed, Mr Middlehurst had no wish otherwise than to assist the Official Receiver in every way he possibly could and he supplied him with information from time to time althousrh nerhaps not in the technical form he ought to have done. He probably ought to have applied to the Official Receiver for further time in which to file the statement, but be did not do so, being ignorant of these requirements. He had not been wilfully negligent in carrying out the duties which devolved upon him, and he wished the Officialltceiver to confirm this statement.— The Official Receiver said the only; thing he could say was that be did not get the statement of affairs. What Mr Middlehurst's grounds of excuse for failing to supply him earlier with the statement might have been, he did not know, but lie was 'fuite content to let the matter remain as it was. The magistrates made no order, and the defendant paid the court costs, amounting to 6s 6d.
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 1876. Shells in great, variety. 597 RHYL SEA BREEZE. — The New Century Perfume, and one of the sweetest, of extra concentration, being an unique and exquisite blend )f the choicest and most costly Floral Essence obtained from the flowers. All visitors should ive the latest Souvenir Perfume a trial. In Bottles, Is., Is. 6d., 2s. 6d., and 4s. 6d. each. Sample Bottles, 3d each. Obtained only from JEO. E. GRATTOX, Chemist, Queen Square Pharmacy. (621 LIGHTNING PHOTOGRAPHER. A. HOME- JU WOOD COM LEY, I\larket square, Queen street. Daily írom 9 a. m. till sunset. Visitors are invited to witness the process of taking and finishing portraits in one minute. 620 HOTO(;RAPHY. Ernest Jones for Best jL Work. See the Windows. Only address, 27 Queen Street, Rhyl. (626 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 1YNE BROS., Purveyors and Feeders. Ad- J dresses Abbey Street, Bodfor Street, Market Hall, Rhyl; 5 and 6 Market Hall, Chester and Market Hall, Llandudno. They wish the Public particularly to understand that they label their meat as home fed, and offer £ 500 to any butcher who shall prove they do not sell it, as so many in the trade, advertising home fed, sell a mixture of Birkenhead killed and American ted meat as home produce. (633 and J. HEATHCOTE, Queen s Hotel, West Parade, and Victoria, Vale Road, Rhyl. Coaches and Char-a-bancs leave the Queen's Hotel, West Parade, daily, at 10-30 a.m. and 3 p.m., and every Sunday at 10 a.m. for Services at Bodel- wyddan Marble Church and St. Asaph Cathedral. Coaches, Landaus, Phaetons, and Dog Carts for Hire. Posting in all its Branches. Letters and telegrams attended to. 651 I^ISHING TACKLE.—Best Trout Flies on 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 50 per cent to buy from H. W. Roberts and Co., High Street, nearly opposite Post Office. 650 T) OBERT LLOYD, Le Bijou Cafe & Restaurant, JLV> 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 ifuriu8t)f& Rouses. HOUSE TO Lfc/r, FURNISHED, from Septem ber, for 6 mouths, or more 5 Bedrooms, 3 Sitting Rooms, Bath Room low rent.—Apply to "M," Retreat, Beechwood Road, Rhyl. (7!0 I^URNISHED HOUSE.—Opposite Sea. Three entertaining, seven bedrooms, bathroom, h.c., servants' hail, library, pianos, bathchair. Terms exceedingly moderate.—Address H. P., 1 Plastirion. 405 rpO LET, FURNISHED, for SEPTEMBER, X Idloes," John Street, Rhyl, containing two Reception Rooms, four Bedrooms (five beds), h. & c. Bath, Kitchens, &c.—Terms, Dowell, 156 Wellington Road, Rhyl. (430 r 0 BE LET FURNISHED, No. IS Church r X Street, containing Dining, Drawing, Three Bedrooms (4 Beds), w.c., Kitchen, &c.; small private yard.—For particulars apply at 16 Church Street. 769 I^URNISHED HOUSE TO LET in John street; 1; 4 2 Parlours, 2 Kitchens, 5 Good Bedrooms. Winter or longer. Terms moderate.— Address Banquet House, Rhuddlau. 776 ff^O BE LET, Furnished or Unfurnished, Sand- X hurst, Marine Drive, Rhyl. All particulars at Bibby's Library, High street. 768 flottces THE ABERGELE AND PENSARN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. ROAD WIDENING. rpHE URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL of Aber- X gele and Pensarn are prepared to receive TENDERS from competent Contractors for widen- ing portion of Main Roadway, Erecting Fences, and Retaining Walls, and Iron Railings, laying Asphalte Paving, and about 520 lineal yards of surface Water Drain, and other incidental works. Drawings may be seen, and specifications, with bill of quantities and form of tender, on application to Mr M. R. Jones, Surveyor, Town Hall, Abergele. Sealed Tenders endorsed Road Widening .must be sent to me at the Town Hall, not later than 4 p.m. on Thursday, September 26th, 1901. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any tender. EDW. A. CRABBE, Dated Town Hall, Clerk. Abersrele, 10th September, 1901. RHYL URBAN DISTRICT. GAME LICENSES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Rhyl 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 Hall. Applications, in writing, must be sent to the undsrsigned 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. ?36 Re WILLIAM REYNOLDS, Deceased. PURSUANT 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," VFOTICE is HEREBY. GIVEN that all 1_\ 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, aforefiaid-rainter, Plumber, and Glazier, deceased (who died on the 10th day of May, 1901, and whcse Will was proved by Messrs Mark Flemington, of Glaston Road Street, in the Countyof Somerset, Grocer, and Joseph W illiams, 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) are 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. Grand Pavilion Theatre, RHYL. Proprietors Messrs W. Carter & S. Warhurst. Acting Manager > jyir i-thur Laceby Friday and Saturday, Sept. 13th & 14th, If IN DARKEST LONDON." The Popular Melodrama. Sunday, September 15th, Grand Sacred Concert. Vocalists MISS ALICE LAKIN, The Great Contralto and MR HENRY PLEVY, The Well-known Tenor. Monday, Sept. 16th, for 3 nights, BY COMMAND OF THE KING." A Costume Play of the Nelson Period. Thursday, Sept. 19th, for 3 nights JANE SHORE" and Repertoire of Historical Plays. Early Doors 7. Ordinary Doors 7-30. Commence at 8 Orchestra Stills, 3s; Stalls, 2s.; Centre Circle, Is 6d Balcony and Pit, ]s.; Back Seats, Gd. 702 Early Doors 6d extra, except to Stalls, Utronimetibeli apartinento. WINTERor P E R M A NEN T A PA RTMF NTS T t Sitting Room, one or more Bedrooms Bathroom cerms low.—Apply 1, River Street. 745 WIDOW Lady and Daughter have comfortabh ROOMS to LET for one or two Ladies oi Gentlemen for Winter; terms very moderate.— S.V., Journal Office. 744 OQ WEST PARADE (Facing Sea).—Visitors «!/ will find every comfort at above Establish- ment. Good cooking and attendance. (366 IHYL. Near Sea, Superior APARTMENTS, t public or private piano and bath (hot and cold. Good attendance terms moderate.—Mrs Foden Jones, 45 Aquarium Street. (354 HYL-ConifortableAPART,NIENTS TO LET XX bathroom (h. & c.) Piano, &c.-Address, Mrs B. Williams, Swansea House, West Parade. rARTMENTS.— TO LET, COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS (bath h. and c.) Apply— 24 Princes Street, Rhyl. (881 UTLAND HOUSE, 74 WEST PARADE. -Lt' Facing the Sea. Splendid view. Comfort- able rooms good cooking experienced attention and every convenience. (434 PEN-Y-DON, East Parad e.-High -class Board- ing Establishment in own Grounds, facing sea, liberal table, late dinner. Miss Strevett, Proprietress, late Manageress Claremont Hydro. 439 T>HYL.—Superior FURNISHED HOUSE or -LV 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 home south aspect. Mrs Yardley Sunny- side, Brighton Road. 468 WEST PARADE (close to the Sea).— I O Apartments to Let on moderate charges. Modern'house, sanitation perfect.—Apply to Mrs E Edwards. (551 OMFORTABLE APARTMENTS. Home C from home. Sea view. Every convenience.— Marnie & 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 A 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 PARTNI ENTS. -Sitting Room with two or J-TL more bedrooms.—Cartref, Paradise St. (997 OMFORTABLE HOME for Business Young 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 OMFORTABLE APARTMENTS for Single c Gentlemen, Young Ladies or Scholars. Close to County School. Terms moderate. Apply- Mrs Kelly, Derwen Terrace. 777 TyiNTER APARTMENTS.—To Let, Well- T T furnished Sitting room and roomy bedroom. Centre of Parade. 12s 6d per week.—C.S., Journal Office. 764 COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS (permanent I or otherwise). Hot and Cold Baths. Close to shore. Moderate Terms.—Mrs Jones, Allandale, 16 Aquarium street. 766 PERMANENT LODGERS Required. Home comforts.—Apply 23 Edward Henry Street. (760 TO LET with immediate possession, House near the Railway Station, Post Office, &c. 2 sitting rooms, 4 bedrooms good attic, scullery, yard, &c. Rent £19 10s.-Apply to Bcni, Williams, House and Insurance Agent, Brighton road, Rhyl, or to Swansea House, 56 West Parade. TO LET, FURNISHED or Unfurnished, Com- fortable Residence on the Marine Drive. Immediate possession. Apply—Benj. Williams, as above, TO LET—Houses 011 the West Parade, one at much reduced rental till May next. Benj. Williams. fJ'OLET—Houses in Princes Street, Bath Street, Elwy Street, Wellington Road, and various parts of the town. Full particulars from Benj. Williams, as above. TO BE SOLD, Several Houses, suitable for con- version into Shops for season, 1902.—Benj. Williams, as above. INSURE your Houses and Furniture against Fire. I Full particulars from B. Williams, Agent for the Westminster. (774 WANTED, FURNISHED HOUSE for Winter months, £ 2 per month offered.—"Beta, Journal Office, Rhyl. 1 (759 LINT NATIONAL SCHOOL (Mixed Dep.) Wanted Female Ex P.T. Salary £ 50. Apply Rector, Flint. HOUSEMAID (or sewing maid) disengaged shortly. Age 22. Good References.—A.S. 31 West Parade, Rhyl 765 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 Office, Rhyl. 739 rrO LET.-Nos. 2 and 4, BELLE VUE -L TERRACE, BATH STREET three enter- taining, eight bed rooms, bathroom, h. and c., w.c., kitchen and back kitchen, yard, w.e. r coal- house, garden front and back vacant possssion. —Jos. Williams, Auctioneer Rhyl 135 WANTED at once, a well-educated Youth as an Apprentice. Apply—Vaughan, Chemist. Rhyl. 775 WANTED at once a Good Cook,General, Small f family. Small washing. Good Wages. Apply—S., Journal Office. 767 (CLERGYMAN'S WIDOW wishes to meet with J Ladies to Board with her. Every convenience. Bath room and excellent Cooking, etc. Moderate terms.—M.A.N. 771 'I O BE SOLD at reasonable price, BATH JL CARRIAGE in good condition. Apply— Williams, Crescent Road Mews. 770 WANTED a good GENERAL, English Girl preferred. Apply — Stoneleigh, Bath Street, Rhyl. 763 \T7~ANTED for Mold, a Superior Young Girl >V as HOUSEMAID WAITRESS good references required. Apply, Mrs Williams, 16 Queen Street, Rhyl. (744 FOR SALE.—An 8 h.p. Portable ENGINE, new in 1899; insured at the National Boiler Insurance Company; makers, Marshall, Sons & Co., Gainsborough. A 9ft. Mortar Pan, new in 1899 maker, Pratchetts, Carlisle. A 30ft. jib Scotch Jerrick Crane. All to be seen at Rhyl.—Apply, Gates and Thomas. Station Yard, Rhyl. (77s WANTED good Plain COOK, end of Septem- ber, for Birmingham reliable character ;1 Lady now in Rhyl.—Apply, L.B., Journal Office.! (779 Wf ANTED, a Strong Youth as PORTER, must T T furnish satisfactory references. Apply— Star Supply Stores, High street, Rhyl. To Be Sold by Private Treaty. ALL that FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, situate in GLANMORFA, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL, comprising 3136 square yards, suitable for building 18 Dwelling Houses. The site is centrally situated, and a good class of houses is now being erected on the adjoining land The land will be sold as a whole or in lots to suit purchasers. Plans may be inspected, and all further particulars obtained on application to Messrs BROMLEY, JONES, & CO., Solicitors, 761 Kinmel Chambers, Rhyl FAIRHOLME, FAIRFIELD AVENUE, RHYL. Principals THE MISSES ROBERTS. Assisted by qualified Resident Governesses and Visiting Masters. I Pupils prepared for all Examinations. Prospectuses and References on application. I Winter Term, September 16th. < £ 3? G. R. LAWRENCE, M.P.S., f 40 Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examination, Opposite th ,20, HIGH STREET, RHYL (pCkS, OFFTC e B I Jf IS I | Prescription Dept.-MedicinesofFirst Quality, with prompt and 1 careful attention, are our leading features. Free Delivery to any part \(l~ I Tjm Surgical Appliances and all Requisites for Invalids. j 'rRmBN3m\ Choice Perfumes. I J)// B Photographic Department fTTl CAMERA, J Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums. Telephone And every Requisite for fef No. 15. Amateur and Professional Photographers, jHf Instructions Free to Purchasers. ||lw DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. Interesting to Owners if Pianos. The finest piano can be rendered unsatisfactory, and is sometimes spoilt by inefficient tuning, while even a* inferior instrument in the hands of a Skilful Tuner can be GREATLY IMPROVED. For this important work xny Thoroughly Practical experience enables me to guarantee the best possible work at moderate charges. n 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. REDDINGTON, 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 VARIETY. Telegrams—Steer, Rhyl. Telephone—No. 3, Rhyl. H. A. STEER Wine Merchant, 73 High Street, Rhyl GOLD LABEL SCOTCH WHISKY (Sole Proprietor), AS SUPBLIED TO COL. CORNWALLIS WEST, Ruthin Castle, during the visit of H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, May, 1898. John Jameson's and George Roe s Irish Whiskies. Henry Norman & Cie. Martell & Hennessv's Brandies. BASS & CO.'S LIGHT BOTTLING ALE Nicholson's London Gin. De Kuvper Hollands. Imperial Pints, 2s. 6d.' per Dozen Bass and Worthinpton's Ale. Guinness' Extra Dublin Half Pints Is. 6d. Stout and Export Invalid Nourishing Stout. Special Value, Own Botthng-Cahforman Burgundy, 15s per dozen Californian Sauterne, 15s per doz.en;, BASS & CO.'S ALES in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks, Australian Burgundy, 15s per dozen. Equal to Wines;, From Is. per Gallon sold at double the price. PAT TT AT IT „+ -I. DJ „ Stretton Hills, Ellis and Son, and Schweppe's & Co.'s P61 GaU°n- Mineral Waters. Agent for Moet A* Chandon's Champagnes. St. Marceaux Champagnes, Khine and Moselle Wines, Jules Lafaure wi. i i « and Co.'s Clarets. CIGARS Wholesale and Retail. 60 and 61 HIGH STREET. J. TALBOTT IS NOW SHOWING AUTUMN NOVELTIES in all Departments. ro BE SOLD CHEAP, by PRIVATE TREATY L a Freehold Dwelling house situated at the Vest end of Rhyl, close to Parade, containing 2 ntertaining Rooms, six Bedrooms, Bathroom (hot nd cold water) w.c. inside and out, with Coach ouse and two stalled stable at the rear. At resent let at dE42 per annum. Apply to Gamlin Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. (344 rREE ADVERTISING. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR TO BE LET.— Property-owners and others desirous of dis- using of Property, Businesses, &c., by private reaty are invited to send full particulars to the mdermentioned for insertion (free of charge) ifc he NORTH WALES FREE PROPERTY REGISTER," published monthly, having an ex- ,cnsive circulation, and being the only free adver- ting medium of its kind in the district. Inten- ling purchasers and tenants should send tor a ;opy of the Register, which will be forwarded, )ost free, on application to the Proprietors and Publishers Messrs Greenhalgh and Geary, Auc iioneers. Valuers and Estate Agents, Rhyl. 13 JOSEPH JONM (late Mr W Evans), PRACTICAL Lf UPHOLSTERER, &e. 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 TLET — Bod Arthur and Bod Meurig, Bath Street, Rhjl. 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. Warrington. 142 OUNG LADY — Junior Assistant to the JL General Drapery live out.—Apply personally to H Milhvard. Draper, Rhyl. 575 MRS GREENHOUSE, Oli-established SER AXIS' REGISTRY, 17 Water Street, is in immediate want of first-class Servants for Gentlemen's Families for England and Wales HYL.-TO Let, Unfurnished, two Corner 11 Houses in Victoria Avenue, Sea Bank Koad, each containg 2 Entertaining Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Bathroom, and usual domestic offices immediate possession. Rent of each £ 25 per annum.—Apply Greenhalgh and Geary, Auctioneers, Rhyl. (375 REMOVAL.—MRS WILLIAMS, 20a Bedford Street, has removed t" 16 Queen Street, where she will still endeavour to supply her patrons with suitable servants Hours 10 to 12. and 2 to 8. (3GO KHiL.—TYNEWYDD BRICKWORKS for fi 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. Apply—E. W. Keatinge, Vaenol, Rhvl. (608 TO LEI1, with immediate possession, No. S Bhf.LE VUE TERRACE, BATH ST. (corner of Brighton Road). Full particulars on application, between 6 and 7 o'clock. 725 TG BE SOLD, Fronting the Sea. "MEIRION," PENSARN, A Desirable Freehold Residence, containing rhree Entertaining Rooms, Eight Bedrooms Stable and Outbuildings. Well tenanted. Possession could be obtained May 1st next. PRESTATYN. A Pair of Semi-detached Freehold Villa Reei- lences, being Nos. 9 and 10 Victoria Avenue, ontaining Two Sitting Rooms, Five Bedrooms, Sathroom, &c. Good garden. Well tenanted. tents £39. Price 1:700. RHYL. Sound Investment. Eight Cottages in Ernest street, Newtown and Seven Cottages on the Fynewydd Estate. Annual rents f204 12. Sold n one Lot or separately. Desirable Freehold Residences and Building Jlots on the New Mari e Drive, Rhyl. Apply to E. KEATINGE, Vaenol, Rhvl. (668 VI^ANTED, well educated YOUTH as y y APPRENTICE. — Apply to P. Ashfield, Jigh-class Store Chemist, Rhyl. 745 I WO VILLA RESIDENCES at Highfield Park -L TO BE LET; Rental £ 34.—Apply, Mr Foulkes, Highfield, RhjTl. (623 DRESSMAKING. —Good First Skirt Hand WANTED.—Apply, Miss Furber, 22 Water Street. (748 FOR SALE, Lady's BICYCLE (Singer); perfect condition take £ 5.—J.K., Journal Office. 733 A Young Lady (Certificated) wishes to hear of <LTL a few Children as PUPILS, Mornings only, it her own House. Terms onoderate.-Mim Brattan, 1 South Avenue, Butterton Road, Rhyl. 724 il-rANTED, in Eistend, FURNISHED HOUSE > T four or five Bedrooms, Bath, Piano JC3 10a i month.—Apply, E.D., Journal Office, (746 IGHFIELD PARK.-ON SALE, Fifteen Plots of LAND, situate in the best part of the town, and ripe for building upon, as there is a iemand for villas. If required, will advance to Builders, &c., at a low rate of interest.—Apply for plan to J. Foulkes, Highfield Park. (624 rd OBE-LET-(fRSOLD.-No. 1 QUEEN-SlT T KHi L Corner Shop with large plate-glass JNindow, and Good Dwelling-house attached. Immediate possession. For further particulars apply to Mr F. Geary, F.A.I.,Auctioneer, &c. Market Street. Rhvl. [55 \V ANTED an APPRENTICE to Photography. Apply, Ernest Jones, 27 Queen St., Rhyl. (575 10 LET, with immediate possession, Voryd -1- Cottage (detached), Rhyl. Rent £19 per lDnum.-Apply Gamlin & Williams, Solicitors, Rhy 1. (64 L rI^O LET, SANDON, ellineton Rd., containing -L 2 Sitting Rooms and 4 Bedrooms.—Apply, Roebuck, Ingledene, Bath Street, Rhyl. (741 WANTEI), Strong, Willing GIRL, 14, for W Midlands, to help Cook in housework one lady.—Address first, J. B., 12 Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. 738
of its popularity, and hence the Pierrot troupe have suffered. The absurd report that the Pier is unsafe, because it is being repaired is in a large Pleasure responsible for the lenient support which it has received, but we hope that the Pier Company 1l1 do all in their power to make it a popular item 111 the town amusements. In most of our other seaside resorts, the Pier is the greatest attraction and why should it not be so in Rhyl. The Pierrots their run of bad luck, will deserve a huge benefit on Tuesday next at the Town Hall and we have nj doubt that they will get it. An entirely new programme will be compiled and many artistes from the town and district will appear. North Wales Poor Law Conference. A Poor Law Conference for the district com- posing the counties of Flint, Denbigh, Carnarvor, Anglesey, Montgomery. and Merioneth, will le ^eld in the Council Chamber, Town Hall, on Wednesday, the 18th inst. Mr R Llewelyn Jones, Chairman of the St Asaph Board of Guardians J^ill preside. After the reception of delegates by E P Jones, J.P., Chairman of the Rhyl Urban ■strict Council, the opening address will be gIven by the president. A paper will be read by A F Vulliamy, clerk to the Guardians of the Ipswich Council, upon "The best mode of dealing With children in workhouses, whether by boarding 9ut or otherwise." Dr J Lloyd Roberts, Medical Officer of Health, Colwyn Bay, will contribute a Paper on Houses of the poor as affecting pauperism," and discussion upon each subject will tjiBue. Alexandra Hospital. Mr E H Williams and his Merrie Men gave one Of their popular entertainments at the Alexandra hospital, which, needless to say, was much appre- ciated.—The Matron wishes us to state that she has received Is. lid. from Miss Louie Edge.