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--Ml'.I'o8- MONTHLY MEETING. THE HARBOUR & DRE0C1NC QUESTIONS GOVERNMENT ENQUIRY TO BE HELD. MORE MONEY WANTED TO COMPLETE THE NEW RESERVOIR "THE THIRD TIME OF ASKINC." MONDAY.—Present: Messrs J W Jones I MORE MONEY WANTED TO COMPLETE THE NEW J.P. (chairman), J Frimston (vice-chair- man), J H tillis, J.P., S Perks, J.P., A L Clews, C K Tayleur, T 1) Jones, PI P Williams, J Asher, W Wiuterbottom, P J Ash field, A Lewis Jones, J no Hughes. J A Williams. R Oldfield, and A Khydwen Jones, with the Depnty Clerk (Mr J F Bayliss), Medical Otlicer (Dr A Eyton Lloyd, J.P.), Surveyor (Mr A A Guodall), Gas and Water Engineer (Mr L G Hall), and Electric Light Engineer (Mr E 11 Wright). Plans. The Road Committee reported having dis- j posed of plans as follows :—Steam laundry in Grange Road, by Mr G A Goodwin, disapproved three houses in South Avenue, by Messrs Cnadwick and Booth, disap- proved. Panybraich Level Crossing. A letter was read from the L. & N.W. Railway Engineer, Bangor, stating that a I Z, gate had been fixed at Pcnybraich level crossing, and asking whether the Council intended to co-operate with the Railway Company in getting the crossing closed, now p 11 1 1 that it was spanned by a bridge. It was decided to thank the company for putting up the gate, but the Council could not see their way at present to offer their co- operation for closing the crossing. ,n Broken Byelaws. Breaches of the building byelaws-pur,ting up erections without despositing plans, such erections also being contrary to the byelaws- were reported by the Surveyor, at Toronto, Marlborough Grove, and Hurst Green, Butterton Road. It was decided to call for the removal of the structures, in default of which proceedings would be taken against the offenders. Street Crossings. The Road Committee reported having had under consideration an application by the Surveyor for authority to asphalte the crossings at the tops of High Street, Queen Street, Bath St, Church St, Fairfield Avenue and Water Street, at a cost of about Yl 5s each. By the casting vote of the chairman of the committee it was recommended that such work be sanctioned. Mr T 1> Jones submitted that they could very well afford to wait till another year before incurring that expense, and he pro- posed that the matter be deferred. Mr Ellis said he need not labour the advantages of the crossings already laid dowu. They were greatly appreciated by z7" both residents and visitors, and Mr Asher could verify all he had to say on the subject. The Vice-chairman questioned if an asphalte crossing would be durable enough for such streets as High Street. Mr Ellis said the other asphalte crossings had so far withstood the traffic splendidly. Mr Clews said he understood that the Russell Road ends of Bath Street and Church Street were to be included in the list. The Surveyor assured him the lot could be done for £ 10. On a division the recommendation was carried, the work to include the crossings mentioned by Mr Clews. Sunshine and Flowers. In his monthly report the Surveyor stated that the amount of sunshine registered from z, July iSrd to August 26th was 207 hours 33 minutes, an average of 5 hours 56 minutes per day. Over IJIOO geranium cuttings had already been: taken from the Promenade grassplats. The greenhouse accommodation was very limited, and could be extended with advantage. The Road Committee reported that they were unanimous in their praise of the grass- plats, but they were against any extension of the greenhouse this year. With regard to the weather reports, the General Purposes Committee reported having requested Mr Polkinghorne to do all in his power to extend their circulation in as many of the leading daily papers as possible, all the year round. The Harbour and Dredging Questions. Further correspondence upon the above questions was reported. The Finance Com- mittee reported having had under consider- ation a letter from the Board of Trade, fixing the 29th inst, at 11 a.m.. for an inquiry relative to the Council's application for a licence to dredge the Foryd, and stating that the cost of printing and providing a n zD shorthand writer must he provided by the applicants, the Council, aud Mr Horton also suggesting that the Council should carry out the necesiary arrangements with Mr Horton for the repayment by him to the Council of a moiety of the expenses. The Committee decided that the Clerk should write to Mr Horton informing him of the Board of Trade's suggestion, and asking him for his undertaking to pay his proportion of the cost. The same letter had since been considered by the Road Committee, together with a letter from Mr Horton (the contents of which were not disclosed), and they had ordered that a copy of Mr Horton's letter be sent to the Board of Trade, and at the same time asked the Board if in the face of that letter they thought it necessary to hold an inquiry at all. Effect of Storms on the Sewer. Mr Perks enquired why the Sanitary Committee had deferred consideration of reports by the Medical Officer and the Sanitary Inspector as to the "effects of the recent extraordinary storm upon the sewers." Mr A Lewis Jones, chairman of the com- mittee, replied that the matter involved not only a question of increased power at the pumping station but also a question of en- I Z" larging the sewers. Unfortunately the Medical Officer was unable to attend the committee meeting, and owing to the diffi- culties which the subject presented they deferred the matter tiil a later meeting. They were also influenced by the fact that the storm in question was of such a unique character that he did not suppose they would experience the like of it again for many I years to come. Such a storm had not, he I believed, been known in the town for 20 years past. The Vice-Chairman said the matter was one of great importance. One of the Coun- cillors told him of the great trouble he had experienced in connection with certain pro- perty in Abbey-street. Owing to the water backing np the drains the comfort of the tenants had been interfered with and injury done to the property. The question affected the interests of the town very materially. I The Chairman I don't think it is the intention of the committee to shelve the question indefinitely. Mr A L Jones Not at all. The subject was then dropped. The Hospital Additions. Mr Ellis enquired what was the total amount expended on the additions to the isolation hospital, and how it compared with the Surveyor's estimate. The Surveyor replied that his estimate amounted to £ -100, and the actual cost came to ,£150. which included certain additions not provided for in his estimate. The Chairman What about the fur .iturc ? The Surveyor That, I .suppose, will cost about £1 to. The Chairman Then roughly the additions have cost about £ 600. Mr Ellis How is that going to be met ? Mr A Lewis Jones said that although the Local Government Board had refused to sanction a loan the matter was still in the Clerk's hands. The Casworks Foreman's Wages. The Gas Committee reported that the supply of that commodity during August amounted to 5.734,200 cubic feet, an increase of 82,200 feet on the consumption a year ago and 280 tons 11 cwt of coke had been sold. With regard to the foreman's applica- tion for an advance of wages, which had been, referred back to the committee, they again strongly recommended that an increase of 2s per week be granted, making 30s per week. Mr T D Jones said he was sorry to again oppose so small an item, but it was matters of small expenditure that helped very much to keep up the rates. The foreman had held that position only about 15 months—(A Member: Eighteeu)-and he thought it rather too soon for an application of that sort. He thought it might well be deferred until the end of the financial year. The man's earnings amounted altogether to about £ 2 1 In per week. He proposed that the application be deferred. Mr Hugh es seconded. The Gas Eng-tnee", replying to Mr Perks, said that if granted this increase the man would be getting as much as his "predecessor received. His predecessor left after an unsuccessful application for a "rÏse." The man was a worthy servant of the Council. Messrs Oldfield, J A Williams and Asher supported the recommendation of the com- mittee. The last named crentleman at the same time went the length of saying that he must set a stern face against thrashing out details at the Council meetings, especially by absentee committee men, after they had been thoroughly considered in committee. It was discouraging to the committee men who did their duty fully. Mr Ellis said he was not a member of the Gas Committee, and whatever might be transacted in committee, he did not think that any member should be deprived of criti- cising, at a Council meeting, in a friendly spirit or otherwise, anything on which he held decided views (hear, hear). They opened a very wide door indeed in entertaining spas- modic applications of that character after every 15 or 18 months' service. It was apparently little matters like that that made it difficult for them to meet their estimates. (The application ought at any rate to be deferred till the end of the financial year. On a division the recommendation of the committee was carried by ten votes to six. Water. The Water Committee reported having had under further consideration the question of regulating valves, and they had instructed the Engineer to bring the matter up again in March next, with a view to including the work in next year's estimates. Owing to the sewerage works at Rhuddlan the water pipe supplying Gwindy Street had several times burst, and the Engineer having recommended that a new pipe be laid and that part of the cost be recovered from the contractor, the matter had been left to the Engineer to make the best terms he could. The attention of the sewerage works engineer had been drawn to the dangerous way in which the water mains were left, and he had agreed to a suggestion that timber should be placed across the trench under the mains as a support to them. The con- sumption of water during August amounted to 14,472,000 gallons (equal to 15.9 gallons per head per day for all purposes), a decrease of t>06,GoO gallons compared with the con- sumption a year ago. On Aug 31 the reser- voir contained 32,000,000 gallons. The New Reservoir: More Money Wanted. The Engineer's report upon this under- taking was as follows:- During the last four weeks every effort has been made to push the filling of the puddle trench forward,with the result that 65ft (deep) of puddle have been got into position. The quantity of filling done was 1,200 cu. yds., the largest quantity yet dealt with in one month, This quantity would have been still larger, if the weather had not stopped work on four days out of the 24. Should the weather be favourable, five weeks should almost complete the work. The expenditure up to the 31st August, including accounts presented to the Water Committee, is £ 24,943 6s. I am of opinion that the cost (allowing for the value of plant) will exceed the amount recently sanctioned by the Local Government Board by from £ 700 to £ 900. It is, of course, almost impossible to estimate what the piant will realise on sale. The Water Committee reported having instructed the Clerk to inform the Local Government Board that the P,7,000 last sanctioned had now been expended and that a further sum would be required to complete the works. Application for sanction to a further loan would be made directly the amount required had been ascertained, and in the meantime the Council requested the Boards's permission to complete the works pending the inquiry. Mr Ellis said there seemed every probabi- lity of an application for the sanction of a further loan of LI,000, and he was very much disappointed to learn of that intimation.' Some time ago they went into the question thoroughly and, as be thought, finally, and the Engineer assured them that the amount they were then applying for would not be exceeded. Bat now there was every appear- ance of another £1,UOO being wanted in addition to tjie £ 7,000 with which they had some mouths back to supplement the original loan. He had always understood that the plant on the ground was estimated to fetch from £ l,000 to £ 1.500. The Engineer The plant co9t £ 2000 net. Mr Ellis I am very much disappointed to learn now7 that its value is set down at only £ 500. Concluding, he suggested that n zn the matter be referred back to committee, so that they might go thoroughly into the question of the value of the plant and ascer- tain how much more money they really wanted. He wanted to keep this burden down as much as possible, seeing that so far they had only been allowed 33 years for repayment I of the loans, whereas they had been endeav- ouring to get 60 years. Mr T D Jones This is the third time of asking. I hope there is not going to be a fourth. Mr Perks also expressed considerable dis- appointment at the Engineer's report, in view of the assurances given not so very long ago. Mr Winterbottotn failed to see the utility of referring the question back to committee, i but he did not see why they should rush to obtain a farther £ 1000, seeing that not one of them knew what the plant would really realise. Mr Asher took it that the intimation to the Local Government Board was a matter of courtesy. Mr Oldfield We have been told by the Local Government Board before now not to go on spending without first obtaining authority. The Vicc Chairman We were lectured enough on that subject in connection with the electric light works. The Engieeer said that when the Local Government Board Inspector was last down he told him that it depended upon how the rock turned out whether his estimate on that occasion proved a, correct one or not. Unfortunately the rock fell from 85 feet to 123 feet, and the cost had consequently in- creased. Had the rock risen at the same rate as it had fallen, they would have saved £ 700 or £ 800. As to the plant, all along they had calculated that it would bring in at least Y, 1000, but the wear and tear had been astonishing, hence the price they were now setting upon it. At the time of the Council's visit they had not got to anything like the end of the trench work. But now they could forecast pretty accurately what it would cost, to complete the undertaking. The minutes of the Finance Committee showed that the chairman of that committee had been in correspondence with Lord Kenvon, asking him if he would see the Secretary to the Local G averment Board with reference to an extension of time for repay- ment of the supplemental loan of £7000. j His lordship had promised to call upon the .Secret.ii-v when next in London, in October. The matter had been left in that way, with the understanding that if necessary the deputation previously appointed should accompany Lord Kenyon. Electric Light. Electric Light The Electric Light Committee reported that the past month's output of current totalled 17,580 units, as compared with 17.249 a year ago, the works costs being £ 103 9s 8d, as against L101 15s 7d. The number of connections to date was as fol- lows Arc 111, incandescent 4401, motors 17—increase during the month 49. The refuse destructor had consumed during the month 417 tons 10 cwt of refuse at a cost of £ 21 12s, as compared with a consumption of 385 tons at a cost of £ 22 8s 8d. Mr Gilbert Ram, electrical inspector of factories, had visited the works, and had on the whole expressed his satisfaction therewith. Certain suggestions he had made were receiving attention. Suppression of Nuisances. A letter was read from the Clerk to the County Council, enclosing a copy of the bye- laws made by that body in June last for the suppression of nuisances, such as the scatter- ing of handbills, noise or. shouting for the sale or purchase of articles in the streets, within the urban districts of Rhyl, Mold, Holywell, Buckley, Connah's Quay and Prestatyn. The General Purposes Committee observed with pleasure that the bye- laws were such as were applied for to the Flintshire County Counci!, in February of last year, by this Council, and they recommended that the thanks of this Council be tendered to the County Council for mak- ing the bye-laws, which no doubt will prove very useful to prevent much complained of nuisances."—Agreed to. Finance. The Finance Committee reported that the past month's receipts amounted to £ 4,819 Is 9d, the expenditure zC3,299 9 3d, and the list of salaries, wages and bills for payment £6,50G Is 3d. Odds and Ends. The Insurance Company having granted the Council a sum of £ 10 towards the cost of the hose damaged at the recent fire in Morley Road, it was decided to invest it in 200 feet of new hose. Supt Jones' report upon the petroleum stores in the district showed that the premises of the 13 retailers inspected were in satis- factory order. Mr Grecnhalgh's objection to his portion of the cost of ma king-up viz., £ 5 03 id, having been referred to the Chair- man of the Council and the Chairman of the Road Committee, the Chairman of the Council intimated that it had been settled absolutely. An application for a vacant office at the Town Hall having been received from Mr Pennant Ellis, who required that it should be painted and papered, the same was let to him, and the Surveyor was instructed to renovate it at a cost of about £3. The Road Committee had received tenders for altering the Market Hall door so as not to overlap the newly-altered window of No 1 Stall, but they recommended that the work be not sanctioned.—After some discussion the matter was referred back to committee.
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Rhuddlan Sewerage Scheme THE FIRST PAYMENT. At last Friday's meeting of the St Asaph (Flint) Rural District Council, Mr W Conwy Hell, J.P., presiding, the engineer's first certificate in favour of the Rhuddlan sewerage extension contractors was pre- sented, the amount being t30p. In his report the engineer stated that the work was proceeding satisfactorily, and was being carried on without any great interference with the traffic. The Chairman said he thought very good work had been done, and it was under the supervision of a very good clerk of works. A letter was read from the Rhuddlan Parish Council making various suggestions in connection with the works (as reported in last week's "Journal.") I Mr Morgan Why did not the Parish Council make these different suggestions when the scheme was submitted to them ? The Chairman: When the scheme was first brought forward it was to be carried out at as little cost as possible. Now they are insisting upon one thing after another. I We can't do anything with these requisitions except through our engineer. Continuing, I Mr Bell agreed that it was desirable that something should be done to obviate flooding I by surface water. He did not see why the water should not be directed into the ditch that used to receive it, Had a sewerage scheme following that course been adopted in the first instance they would have saved Mr Edward Williams said it was a great pity the other Rhuddlan members of the Council did not attend more regularly, and look after the affairs of their parish more closely. Only the Chairman appeared to manifest any interest in this question. The Chairman And it seems to me I am the butt of the Parish Council for my pains. In the course cf further discussion the Chairman said lie was quite prepared to place his copy of the specification at the disposal of the Parish Council. The question of the disposal of the surface water was left to the clerk, the engineer and the Rhuddlan members. With regard to the Parish Council's reminder as to the urgency of earning the sewer along Rhyl Road, surprise was expressed that that road had not received attention earlier, and it was decided to call the engineer's attention to the matter. The Sanitary Inspector reported having had under consideration complaints as to the sanitary arrangements in the lower part of Rhuddlan. He suggested that one way of abating the nuisance would be by providing a cesspool for each property. But it would be much more satisfactory to provide a sewage outfall works for the whole of the houses on the St Asaph side of the bridge, with an overflow into the river. Action in this matter was deferred.
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Rhyl Petty Sessions. T( ESDiv.liefor. Messrs M A Ralli (chair- man), J H Ellis, W Bulcock, and [ W Jones. The Voryd Refreshment Rooms. On the application of Mr J Pierce Lewis, Mrs Evans, widow of the late Mr Thomas Evans, the last licensee, was granted the licence of the Voryd Refreshment Rooms. Towyn Assault Case Withdrawn. With regard to a summons by Elizabeth Davies, married woman, Ffrithlas, Towyn, Prestatyn, against Thomas Parry, labourer, of the same locality, for assault on the olsfc ult, Mr Clement Hughes, Prestatyn, applied on behalf of complainant for a withdrawal of the case. The assault, he was informed, was of a trivial character, and after thinking the matter over complainant had come to the conclusion that her grievance was more apparent than real. —The request was acceded to. A Horse's Awe of a Polioeman. Edward Jones, driver, Chapel House, Dyserth, was summoned for working a horse in an unfit state, and his father-in-law, Edward Jones, carrier, Dyserth, was summoned for causing the animal to be so worked. Inspector Rowland Jones, R.S.P.C.A., stated that on Saturday, the 26th ult, he saw the driver in Brighton Road in charge of a bay mare attached to a dogcart laden with passen- gers and boxes. The animal was in a very exhausted state, and in answer to his remark that it was quite worn out the driver admitted that it was not fit for work and that he could hardly get it along. The animal had a raw wound on the near shoulder and another on the ridge of the back, and both had been blackened. Witness saw the owner of the horse on the following Monday, and when spoken to about its condition he replied I know it is very stupid. It will go alright until it gets to cross roads and sees a police- man (laughter). When advis3d not to work the animal again, he replied that the end of the season was close at hand and he would not do so. The owner had been previously warned in respect to another horse. I". S. Roberts tendered corroborative evidence as to the condition of the animal. The owner's excuse for working the horse on the occasion in question was that a lady who had missed the usual conveyance to Rhyl desired to be driven there. The horse was simply used for that lady's convenience. Defendants were fined 2s 6d each and costs, the Chairman remarking that they were getting off very leniently, and that he hoped they would not again work a horse under such conditions. Ejectment Order. On the application of Mr J Roberts Jones, Mr Richard Jones was granted an ejectment order against a tenant named Mr3 Daniel Jones. After many days. Evan Evans, labourer, 44 Victoria Road, pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness on licensed premises on April 8th last. -P.C. RO Williams stated that he had occasion to follow defendant to the Imperial Hotel, where he found him in a drunken state. He ondeavoured to get drink there, but the barmaid refused to servo him.—Defendant, who explained that since the offence he had been with the Militia, was given the alternative of a fine of 5s and 6s 6d costs or seven days' hard labour. At first he expressed a preference for prison, and was eventually allowed 14 days for payment. Another drink case was that in which P.O. Rogers charged W illiam Jennings, French polisher, 64 Victoria Road, with the two" d's" in Bodfor Street on the 1st inst. The constable stated that he had great difficulty in parting defendant from another man with whom he was fighting, and that he had eventually to take him into custody.—Defendant said it was no use contradicting the evidence of the policeman. He was nearly 60 years ot age, and that was the "o- first charge against him.—A fine of 23 6d and costs was imposed. John Jones, (.bricklayer, 44 Victoria Road, pleaded guilty of drankeuncss and disorderly behaviour in Kinmel Street on the 2nd inst., and after evidence by P.C. Owen, who stated that lie was called to turn defendant out of the "chip" shop, he was fined os and costs, with the alternative of 14 days' imprisonment. — Inspector Pearson said there were eleven pre- vious convictions against defendant. Leathered the Wrong Man. William Jennings (16), 64 Victoria Road, was summoned by Thomas Roberts (21), grocer's assistant, 4 Vale Road, for assault, to which charge he pleaded guilty. Complainant stated that at about 1(1.0 p.m. on the 8th inst, while standing in Vale Road, defendant came up to him and said" Have you got your eye full, or shall I fill it for you ? Witness made no reply, but walked away. Defendant followed him across the road and struck him between the eyes and knocked him against the wall four times, without any provo- cation whatever. The present discolouration of his face was due to the assault. Defendant said there had been a fight in the road just before he accosted complainant, and thinking he was one of the set than had becm interfering with his mother he let himself go. He was sorry he mistook complainant for another person. Complainant, recalled, said he saw nothing of the row referred to. Defendant was fined 103 and 10s costs, with the alternative of 14 days' hard labour. A relative of defendant's said she would see that the money was paid, although defendant had not deserved the treatment meted out to him. Ruffianly Assault on a Young Woman. Theresa Jennings and Thomas Jennings, her brother, both of 64 Victoria Road, were sum- moned for assaulting Sarah Parry, a young married woman, living at 184 Vale Road. The female defendant did not appear, and an adjournment of the case was asked for,not only in order that she might attend, but also to give both defendants an opportunity of being legally represented. Complainant objected to this proposal, and the Bench decided to go on with the case against the male defendant at any rate. Complainant stated that on the evening of the 8th inst. she was going to meet her husband when she found her sister in a crowd. While asking her what was the matter, the female defendant came up and gave her a push. In the scuffle that ensued, witness, in warding off a blow from Mrs Jennings, accidentally struck her. Her daughter, the female defen- dant, thereupon pulled witness down, and while she lay on the ground Thomas Jennings kicked her in the stomach. Witness produced some of the hair that was pulled off her head. John Lloyd, 36 Victoria Road, in the course of corroborative evidence, said that seeing the male defendant take a running kick at com- plainant he went for the police. Similar evidence was given by Maggie Lloyd, sister of the last named witness. P.C. Owen stated that when he arrived on the scene the disturbance was over, and he found the complainant, who appeared to be in a fainting condition, being supported by two men. There were marks upon her face, and she appeared to be in great pain in the lower regions. Defendant positively denied assaulting com- plainant in any way. Finding his sister "leathering" complainant, who was on the ground, he told her to let go lest she got into trouble. As his sister would not desist he gave a gentle kick, but even then she vowed she would stick to the woman. Eventually he took her by the arm and neck and got her into the house. I Arthur Edwards, 16 Victoria I'laco, was called to bear out defendant's version of the case. I During the hearing there were several inter- ruptions by partisans of the rival parties. One of them said that she was the person who ought to have been summoned and not Thoresa Jennings. Another said the whole affair had been made up, and when the male defendant said he never touched Mrs Parry he was flatly called a liar. The male defendant was given the alternative of a fine of 10s and costs or 14 days' hard labour. A warrant was issued for the apprehension of Theresa Jennings, who, it was stated, had disappeared.
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Rhuddlan. Notes. The Parish Magazine states that Vicar John Jones built the vicarage in 1821, under the Gilbert Act and mainly at the Vicar's cost. In the same year the population of the parish was 1464. (At, the lafit census it was 1,333). In 1823 there were 62 baptisrrs in church.
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A hue old full-flavoured Olenlivct Whisky J I SPEYPVOYAL The dwiccsl and oldest Highland Whir.ky procurable 4; Rottles 1per dozen extra (returnable) 2.2,000 Bulls (three million gallons) represent W d, A Gilbey s Stocks of Scotch and Irish Whiskies in His Majesty's Bonded Warehouses These Whiskies embrace the finest types procurable Sole Local Agents Messrs Hackforth & Co., Grocers, CORNER of HIGH STREET & RUSSELL ROAD. I ^tftolagtic Jlottccg ARCVILLE COLLEGE FOR GIRLS. EAST PARADE RHYL (Recognised by the Board of Education). Principal-MIS MERCIER Well qualified English and Foreign Resident Staff And Visiting Professors. Head Governess Miss ROBINSON, Inter., Arts., (Lond.), and Registered Teacher. Pupils have been successfully prepared for the following Examinations Oxford and Cambridge Locals London Matricula- tion Associated Board of R.A.M. and R.C.M. School and Local Centre. Autumn Term—September 20th. MR BRYAN E. WARHURST, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC, Member of the Incorporated Society of Musicians- Prepares pupils for the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music, the Roy £ »? College of Music, the Trinity College, London and the Incorporated Society of Musicians, and other Musical Examinations. Organ, Pianoforte, Singing, 0 Harmony, Theory &c. LATEST SUCCESSES— April, 1904—(Advanced Senior) Pianoforte R.A.M. Theory July, 1901—(Advanced Senior) Pianoforte (Honours) Trinity College, London. (Advanced Senior) Organ I.S.M. „ Pianoforte I.S.M. Dec., l'JOl—Third Grade, l'ianoforta I.S.M. Second Grade, Pianoforte I.S.M. Singing I.S.M. July, l'J05— Third Grade, Singing I.S.M. Second Grade Pianoforte (Honours), I.S.M. (3)" First Grade Mr Warhurst makes a speciality of preparing Candidates for the above examination. ORGAN RECITALS, CONCERTS, EISTEDDFOD AT." For Terms, Address, HAYDN UOUSE, BRIGHTON ROAD. RHYL. FAIRHOLME, FAIRFIELD AVENUE RHYL. PriiicipaJs THE MISSUS ROBERTS. Assisted by qualified Resident Governesses aud Visiting Masters. Pupils prepared for all Examinations. P ospectuaea 'Ind References on Application T.-oiI ST. OSWALD'S, RUSSELL ROAD RHYL. Recognised by the Board of Education). Principals.. THE MISSES REES (Miss E. REUS "Registered") Assisted by well-qualified English and Foreign Resident Governesses and Visiting Professors. Preparation for all Exams. Special care to delicate children. References and Prospectus on Aoplication MISS BOULLEMIER, Asc, London College of Music, Will resume her Pianoforte Lessons on Sept. 18th. MADAME BOULLEMIER Will also re-open her French Classes for Adult and Children and Private Tuition on the same day Terms moderate, on application. 24 SANDRINGHAM AVENUE. 588 ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE OF IRELAND, Pembroke and Shelbourne Roads, DUBLIN. Sixth Session begins on Wednesday, October 4th, 1905. Opening Address by Prof. Wooldridge at One o'clock. 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The School stands on elevated ground in position which commands a view of the picturesque Vale of Clwyd and within five minutes' walk of the Cathedral and Railway station. The next term begins on September llth. For particulars apply to the Headmaster, or to CHAS. GRIMSLEY, St. Asaph. Clerk to the Governors. 378 TUITION FOR BOYS. REV. E. E. INGHAM, 8 WEST PARADE RHYL Prepares Pupils for Business and all Examinations. Reference to former pupils. -Nmmmo=Mnvww MIDDLE-CLASS EDUCATION. F. WELSH, B.A Course of Instruction: ENGLISH SUBJECTS, CLASSICS, MATHEMATICS, FRENCH, BOOK- KEEPING, AND SHORTHAND BOARDERS RECEIVED PRIVATE TUITION Full particulars on application. Address-2 BATH STREET, RHYL Next term-September 20th. 1- ORIEL HOUSE SCHOOL. PREPARATORY DAY AND BOARDING SOHOOL FOR BOYS FROM SIX TO TWELVE YEARS OF AGE. KINDERGARTEN CLASS. For Prospectus apply to Lady Princips ELWY HALL SCHOOL, For Daughters of Gentlemen. (" Recognised" for registration purposes, by the Board ot Education). 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