galfg fag Auction. MR FRANCIS GEARY. Woodville, Bath Street, Rhyl. 15 y direction of the Executors of the late NVilkinson. i. Important and Highly Attractive Sale of choice j and costly HOL BEHOLD APPOINTMENTS. MR FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., will Sell by Public Auction on TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 19th & 20tlil 1905, the whole of the choice and costly Household Appointments- Tru; Extkktaimmj Rooms contain a choico collection of very substantial and costly appointments, including a very Handsome set of SOLIP Pollako Oak Dimmh Room Fi rnj- Tnr., comprising: -t;IDEBOARD, OVER- MANTEL, DINING ROOM SUTTE, upholstered in Velvet, and TELESCOPE DINING TABLE, the products of the well- known firm of Missus Thos. Eiwakdk ami Sox, of Newcastle, Staffs. A very choice and valuable BUHL CABINET, Valuable OIL PAINTINGS and ENGRAVINGS, Turkey and Axminstcr Carpets, WALNUT and MAHOGANY SUITES and other effects of a superior quality. THE Bf.pchamjvkhs are furnished with sub- stantial SUITES in Mahogany and Birch, MASSIVE BRASS and IRON BEDSTEADS, Prime FEATHER BEDS, and other Chamber appointments of good quality. Tiif, Halt, contains solid OAK HALL STAND and UlIAIRS, an ANTIQUE SPIN-1 NING WHEEL, Good BAROMETER, DINNER GONG, &c. The Kjtci^xs are furnished with the usual Kitchen and Culinary utensils and effects, together with a good supply of CHINA and t GLASS. The Auctioneer desires to draw special attention to this sale of those desirous of acquiring high class Furniture, all the effects being of an exceptionally good quality and in splendid condition. Catalogues may be obtained on application to the Auctioneer a few days previous to the sale. View day, Monday, Sept 18th, from 2 till 4 Sale to commence each day at 1 o'clock prompt. Auction and Estate Offices, Market Street, Rhyl. ((;O
< St Asaph and Rhuddlan Revision Courts. The Hon R C Grosvenor held courts yesterday at St ABaph and Rhuddlan for the purpose ot revising the lists of voters. The Conservatives were re presented at buth places by Mr H A Tilby, while the Liberals were represented at St Asaph by Mr Morgan and at Rhuddlan by Mr P Mostyn Williams.. A St Asaph man named Divies claimed a vote in respect to the schoolmistress' house, and in reply to Mr Tilby, who objected, stated that he lived in the house for services rendered to the schoolmistress. Replying to Mr Tilby,who held that the schoolmistress was both landlady and tenant, Mr Morgan contended that she had sublet the hovse to the applicant. The Revising Barrister main- tained that the claimaut could be nothing more thsn a lodger, and if he wanted a vote he should have applied for one as such. A question arose as to the name of Mr E H Jones on Division 1 of the St. Asaph list, Mr Xilby pointing out that in .ill the advertisements relating to Mr Jones' business the tirm was styled E B Jones, and Co. The Revising Barrister said a man could call himself anything he liked so long as he did not put "Limited" after his name. There was no proof that anybody else was concerned in the matter, and the vote was allowed. A platelayer living at Waen claimed a lodger vote in respect to two rooms occupied at £10 by him in his father's house. After hearing the pros and cons the Revising Barrister observed that the claim was a ridiculous one, as the whole house was rated at only X3 10s per annum. At the Rhuddlan Court, Mr Mostyn Williams, speaking in support of a claim by the Rev D G Lewis, fcaid that last year the applicant figurod on the list as tenant of a house owned by his wife. 4 The Revising Barrister said that as the wife occu- pied the house, and it also belonged to her, how could the applicant claim a tenant's vote ? The claim must fail.
Flintshire Revision Courts. The revision of the voters' lists in Flintshire was commenced on Saturday, courts being held in the morning at Overton and in the afternoon ( at Caergwrle. At the latter place the Hon R C Grosvcnor was the revising barrister. Mr H A Tilby, of Rhyl, represented the Conserva- tives, and Mr John Morgan, of Mold, Liberals. A (ILiestiou arose regarding a claim for a J I Genera! Owen Williams to be placed on the list. Mr Tilby said he made the claim on instructions from Berkshire. The Revising Barrister said he was perfectly certain that the General Williams referred to was dead. Mr Tilby said he had written to the address given and was expecting an answer by any post. Mr Morgan pointed out there was another name on the list, which evidently referred to the General's father, and the latter had been dead for about ::0 years. The Revising Barrister said he ;vould strike off the name of the General's father. As regards the claim on behalf of General Williams, he would leave the matter open until Mr Tilby received a reply. f The Liberal agent objected to the retention on the list of the name of a member of the Bar, of London, on the ground he had seen his death announced in the papers. The Assistant Over- seer He is my landlord, and 1 have not heard that he is dead. Mr Morgan stated e had written to the address given, but had received no reply. The Revising Barrister thought they might leave the name on for another year.
Cefn, St Asaph. Annual Treat. I The Sunday scholars and choirs of St Mary's and All Saints' had their annual treat on Saturday JL last at Rhyl. The members, to the number of ft, about 130, were conveyed there aod back by road. This year again Mrs Williams-Wynn, with her |( usual kindness and generosity, provided a moBt [|j excellent dinner and tea, which were served at the H Church House, kindly lent by the Vicar, r Though the weather might haye been a little more I) propitious, everybody thoroughly enjoyed the out- I ing, and returned home safe and sound soon after eight o'clock. Before parting ringing cheers were 1 raised in front of Plas-yn^Cefo^
If For Printing j BB&& 1 ■ aq -$OF EVERY DESCRIPTION-Al1 Moderate Prices AT THE I" of 1", Journal Works. I v Bookbinding. AT THE > t > Journal Office £ aleg fro &ucttom By HUBERT R. HOLBECHE. On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th, at 2 o'clock sharp, in the UOBN EXCHANGE, RHYL, HUBERT R. HOLBECHE will Sell by JL-m- Auction a large quantity of superior Household Furniture & other Effects. Other lots can be included, and goods can be removed at any time to the Auctioneer's Rooms, and stored free of charge also cash advanced if required on furniture bought outright. Auctioneer's Offices,Town Hall, Rhyl. TO be certain of immediate settlements give your instructions to HUBERT R. HOLBECHE, Auctioneer, Town Hall, Rhyl, the oldest established Office in the town. JO 635
Abergele Police Court, Saturday.—Before Mr J D Miller and Dr. Wolstenholme. A Batch of Beggars. William Field, coppersmith, late of Ports- mouth, was sentenced gto seven days' hard labour for begging at Abergcle the previous day. P.C. Rowlands proved seeing defendant stop several people and solicit alms with his cap in his hand. George White, labourer, of Oxford, and John Birks, labourer, late of Bristol, were charged by the same oiheer with a similar offence, but they pleaded not guilty. P.C. Rowlands' ver- sion of the case was that they were begging bread from various shops in the to.vn. Defen- dants contended they were only enquiring for an old tin to make some tea. This explanation did not, however, get them off, for they were both sentenced to four d. s' hard labour. lVj.i). itit)AY. --Before Mr J D Miller and Dr Peter Jones. Cool Theft from a Butcher's Shop. George Smith, labourer, late of Liverpool, pleaded guilty to a charge of stealing a shoulder of mutton from the shop of JohnVj Owen, butcher, Bridge Street, the previous day. After evidence by prosecutor and his wife, defendant coolly remarked that he went into the shop with the intention of making a pur- chase, but nobody being there he laid hands on the joint in question and walked off. In default of a tine of 5s and £1 costs, defendant went to prison for fourteen days.
Rhuddlan. Thanksgiving Services. The thanksgiving services for the harvest were held in this parish on Wednesday last. All the places of business were closed and work was at a standstill. The services in the Parish Church were as follows :-10 a.m., Holy Communion 3-15 p.m., English service and sermon by the Rev W T Williams, M.A., rector of Llandyrnog. The anthem, All Thy works shall praise Thee," by Caleb Simper, was well rendered bv a full choir, and there were special hymns and psalms. A Welsh service was held at 7 p.m., the preacher being the Rev Win. Jones, rector of Brynford. The anthem, 0 Arglydd mor lliosog yn Dy weithredoedd Di," by J Barnby, was excellently sung, under the con- ductorship of Mr Edward Evans, choirmaster. Mr Thos. Davies ably presided at the organ at all the services. The offertories were for the Denbighshire Infirmary and the insurance of the church fabric. The decorations were beau- tiful and in very good taste. The east end was decorated by Mrs Vaughan and the Misses Vaughan (Vicarage), Mrs Metcalfe Sharpe, and Mr Robt Hughes. The pulpit by Mrs R Cobden Thompson (Castle View), assisted by MissBrereton and Miss Agnes Williams. The font and window above by Mrs Conwy Bell, Miss Dawson, and Master Allen Bell (Brynflynnon). East window, in south aisle, by Miss Enyon (Hylas). South-east window by Miss Brereton (Pontfaen), and Miss M J Hughes (High Street). South windows by Mr Robt Evans, junr., and Mr Peploe. North win- dows and choir stalls by Miss Edith Davies (High Street) and Miss M A Thomas. Lamp standards. Mr Robt Evans, junr. Flowers, fruit, corn etc., were sent by Mrs Rowley Conwy, Mr Tir. Maxwell, Miss Roberts (Abbay House), Mr H Barnett, Mr Williams (1'enyfVordd), Mrs Payne (Cwybr Ucha), Mr R C Enyon, and by those who took part in the decorations.— Services were held by the Nonconformists, com- mencing at the Wesleyan Chapel on Tuesday night. On Wednesday evening a sermon was preached by the Rev Thos Frimstoa, Old Colwyn, and a native of Rhuddla.
Fli nt. The Free Library. There were 215 books issued in the lending department and 273 in the reference during August, there being 3% readers' tickets in force. Many excellent books do not appear to have been read at, all. particularly "The Story of the Nations Series," the books in the fiction department appearing to have been mostly in use.
Sealand. Important Sale. On Saturday, at Chester, Messrs Cunnah and Roberts put up for auction a large agricultural estate of upwards of 1,321 acres in Sealand, Flint- shire. The farm, kliown as "The Wood," con- taining UJ6,\ 3r lp was offered, and when £ 9,050 was reached Mr Arthur Bulley became the buyer. "Ferry Bank Farm," 174a, or, 7p., was put up at £ 5,000, and when £ 6,009 was bid it was declared an open sale. At a further bid of jMO the tenant, Mr W H Fox, secured this lot amid the applaus3 of the company. Waterloo Farm," containing 98a, lr, 4p., started at £ 2,500, and fell to the bid of Sam Smith at £ 2,900. The small farm known as The Smithy," containing 8a, 2r, 25p., realised £705, Mr Robert Foulkes being the buyer, and Mr Fox purchased two cottages for £ 225. The total amount realised for the lots that changed hands was £ 18,930. 77-
St. Asaph. The Late Mr Thomas Hughes. The funeral of the late Mr Thomas Hughes, o the Swan Inn, took place last Friday, when the remains were conveyed by road to Rhyl for inter- ment in the Church Cemetery, Dyserth Road. The interment was witnessed by several relatives and friends, including many of deceased's old Rhyl associates, he having been for about twenty years a faithful servant of Messrs Williams, Alexandra Hotel, who kindly provided the con- veyances for the funeral. Nature Notes. Mr H E Forrest, write3 in the Oswestry Ad- vertiser —I was at St Asaph on September 3rd and saw several willow wrens ;they were on a yew hedge n a garden, clambering about in search of insects much after the manner of a tomtit. 1 noticed a solitary wheatear on a railway embank- ment. Mr W A Rogers, St Asaph, tells me that he heard turtle doves cooing there up to Aug. 30th —a very late date. The following amusing inci- dent was recently witnessed by Mr J 1' Lewis, St Asaph. As he was sitting in the garden a house sparrow tlew at a cabbage butterfly and tried to catch it, but the irregular fluttering motion of the insect entirely battled it just then down came a spotted flycatcher and with one graceful swoop picked up the butterfly whilst still on the wing seeing this the angry and disappointed sparrow dashed at the flycatcher, forced it to give lip its prey, and devoured it himself Accident. Whilst driving in the direction of Trefnant the other day a St Asaph party collided with a motor car driven in the opposite direction. Both vehicles were badly damaged, one of the horses at- tached to the St Asaph carriage being so seriously injured that it had, we understand, to be destroyed. It is possible that more will be heard of the matter. The motor car belongs to a Rhyl gentleman. Cathedral Service List. Sunday, September 17th—8.15, Holy Communion. 11, Matins. Service, Dykes in F. Anthem 774, Lord, how long," Mendelssohn. Hymns, 209, 273. Prcachcr, the Bishop. 12.15, Holy Commu- nion. 3.30, hymn 178. Service, Russell in A. Litany. Authem 1354, "The Lord give ear," Rheinberger. 6.16, hymns 307, 218, 207, 305 (1st 3 and last 3 verses). Preacher, Vicar W J Davies. Offertory, Erryrys church restoration fund.
alto bp- Auctiott. By Mr CHAS, P. SHEFFIELD 365 HORSES.-NEXT TUESDAY. MOLD. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD will Sell Next J Tf'K,SI>AY, SKrn: iw:n 19tii, 365 Grand Welsh Wagon and Lurry Hores, Shire Colts, Fillies and Foals, Harness Horses, Stylish Cobs and Ponies, and Light Foals, all direct from the Welsh Farmers. Every trial given for work and soundness. Parade and Judging, 10-30. Sale at 12 o'clock. Catalogues from the Auctioneer, Mold. (133 i&ottces* ST. A8APH UNION. Contracts for Provisions, Coal, Clothing, &c. rjlHE BOARD OF GUARDIANS HEREBY JL GIVE NOTICE that they will receive TENDERS from Persons desirous of Contract- ing for supplying the St. Asaph Workhouse with Bread, Butcher's Meat, Flour, Oatmeal, Grocery, Coal, Shoes, Drapery and Stockings, also for Shaving and Haircutting, from the 6th day of October to the 29th day of March, 1906, both inclusive. Sealed Tenders, with the subject matter endorsed on the cover, such as "Tender for Bread, accompanied by samples (where practic- able), to be sent to the Clerk to the Guardians of the St Asaph Union," free of expense, on or before Thursday, the 21st day of September instant, after which no Tender will be received. The Guardians do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. Printed Forms of Tender and Conditions of Contract may be obtained on application at my Oftice. No other form will be accepted. The articles contracted for to be delivered (free of charge) at the Workhouse in St Asaph, at such times and in such quantities as the Guardians shall from time to time direct, and if found not to be of equal quality with the samples they will be refused. Security may be required for the due performance of the con- tracts. Payments will be made at the end of each quarter. All persons having claims upon the Union must send the same to me on or before Monday, the 211d day of October next, and attend at my office at St Asaph on the 9th day of October, when such claims, if correct, will be discharged. All articles of food supplied to the Work- house must be pure, and the same will be tested. By Order, CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Clerk to the Guardians. St. Asaph, 8th September, 1905. tilH RHYL. Proposed Dredging in the River Clwyd and Foryd Harbour. BOARD OF TRADE INQUIRY. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that applications have been received by the Board of Trade from the Rhyl Urban District Council and from Mr W. llorton for the issue of a licence to dredge in the River Clwyd and Foryd Harbour, and that the Board of Trade have appointed Co^aiAxnr.n G. C. Freihhuck, R.N., to hold a PUBLIC INQUIRY at Rhyl, on FRIDAY, the 29th SEPTEMBER, 1905, at 11 a.m., in the Old Bank, Town Hall, in the matter of the aforesaid applications. Persons interested in the matter are invited to attend. T. H. W. PELHAM, Board of Trade, Assistant Secretary. Harbour Department, 16th September, 1905. lm Dribate (Cm tin r 0 IIF, OLDB PIUV A'fE TREATY.— JL All that Freehold Shop and premises, with good Baking and Confectionery Business attached thereto, situate and being No. 2 Bodfor Street, Rhyl. The premises comprise the following accommodation Gooll Shop, Restaurant, Sitting Room, Seven Bedrooms, Kitchen and usual Domestic Offices, with Bakehouse and Wash-house at the rear.—For further particulars and price, apply to Mr F. J. Gatnlin, Solicitor, Rhyl. (Z4n
Prestatyn. Football. I Though the Prestatyn Football Club has not yet been actively engaged this season, its arrangements are quite complete, and a good run is confidently looked forwards to several promising players being available as well as some old "standards." The first match in which the club will be engaged will be against Flint United on the 23rd inst, the same being a league encounter. Cymnastics. During the past few months the wide-awake residents of the town have been making various praiseworty efforts to enhance its popularity, notably in the direction of providing increased means of recreation. The latest institution is a gymnasium, which has the old Board School for its headquarters. Arrangements are being made to carry out an attractive winter programme, the officials of the committee in charge including Mr Clement Hughes, chairman Mr R H Hughes, trea- surer and Mr L W Watts, secretary. Early Closing. A deep fteling of resentment appears to have been roused by the action of certain shopkeepers in re-establishing the weekly half-holiday last Thursday at only a few hours' notice. If the tradespeople of Prestatyn can afford to act so independently, well and good. But such a want of consideration for the general public, especially the visiting population, is a sure way of injuring the town rather than enhancing its popularity. Early closing in the monthf of September is not as a rule the practice of those resorts where the aim of the residents is to prolong the the season as much as possible. The public are at any rate entitled to fair warning of any change in the hours of shopping. Left in the Lurch. A few nights ago a peculiar and somewhat amusing incident occurred at Prestatyn Railway Station. Considerable time having been spent in making up a goods train, it was started on its journey. But imagine the surprise of the brakes- man, when after a patient wait inside his van he discovered that he had been left behind. Wanted, a Pier. In the opinion of many people the time is ripe for the erection of a pier at Prestatyn, and it is suggestsd that an enterprising syndicate seeking new pastures might with advantage to both itself and the town undertake such a project. The idea that a pier is the main secret of a seaside town's success is a very popular one. Be thit so or not, Prestatyn seems a very desirable place for such a structure, and the townspeople would do well to keep the matter to tho front.
Colwyn Bay. Holiday Re-arrangements. The Colwyn Bay Council hay passed a resolution asking school authorities to start summer holidays a month earlier than is done at p esent, so as to prevent overcrowding in August. Mr Bevan did not think they would do so, and added that in these days the schoolmaster had been elevated to the position of a god—he tyrannised Parliament, ruled the county councils, and governed the public holi- days in a way which he believed it would be hope- less to try to alter.
Dyserth. Harvest Festival. On the occasion of the harvest festival in this parish on Tuesday next, the Rev J Hilaa Evaus, of Gyffylhog, and formerly of Dyserth, will occupy the pulpit of the Parish Church, preaching in, English in the afternoon tuid in Welsh at night
£ altg ftp Auction* By Messrs W- DEW & SON. TOWNS OF RHiL AND RUTHIN. SALE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES, TERRACES, LOCK rp SHOPS, OFFICES, AN ARCADE, AND FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES IN RHYL, AND COTTAGE PROPERTY IN RUTHIN. MESSRS WM DEW and SON have been instructed by Mr W E Roberts to OFFER for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the WESTMINSTER HOTEL, RHYL, on THLRSDA Y, the 21st day of SEPTEMBER, 190o, at for 3-30 in the afternoon, Valuable Freehold Property, which comprises IN RHYL. In Elwy Street.—The well-built Residence known as "SOUTH VILLA." In West Kinmel Street.—Nos. 1 to 7 BORTHYN TERRACE. In Ffynnongroew Road. — Nos. 1 to 7 ADELAIDE TERRACE. In Wellington Road.—That Valuable Block of Buildings, comprising Nos. 3, 5, 7, 11, and 1 13 WELLINGTON ROAD, being live Lock-up Shops, and the rooms above, now let as offices, and known as WELLINGTON CHAMBERS also the ARCADE, with the room above the entrance. Off High Street.-Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 VAUGHAN TERRACE. Chambreton Park or Brigydon Estate and Ffynnongroew Gardens (part of)— 72 FINE FREEHOLD BUILDING SITES, standing in a progressive part of Rhyl, with good approaches from Ffynnongroew Road and Wellington Road. IN RUTHIN. Five TERR ACE COTTAGES in Wern Fechan Particulars, Plan, and Conditions of Sale may be obtainecl of Messrs Birch, Cullimore, and Douglas, solicitors, Chester of Messrs Moser and Son, solicitors, Kendal at the Auctioneers' liistittite, 57 Chancery Lane, London, W.C of the Auctioneers, at their offices at Bangor, Llandudno, and Carnarvon or of Mr F. J. CAMLIN, Solicitor, Rhyl. f>53 By Mr FRANK JEWELL. Preliminary Announcement. By order of the representatives of the late Mrs Davies. MR FRANK JEWELL will Sell by Public auction on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th, lO;), the whole of the valuable Household Furniture, at UWCHALED HOUSE, PRESTATYN. :.g.: torelliili Cott o. WANTED in Rhyl, cood-sized Unfurnished fV Room. Permanent.—Address, stating price, M. Guthrie. 29 High Street, Rhyl. 632 SHOOTING wanted within 20 miles of Rhyl, k small, good, rough, mixed, must be handy to a railway station and price mod..ra.te.-Apply with full particulars, X.R., Journal Gtiice, Rhyl. 6ol i ADY wants Old-fashioned Mahogany Book- JL. case, about 50 inches wide, with glass doors and fancy panes also antique Wheat-ear Chair and Old China.—C.F., Office of Rhyi Journal. (591 WANTED—FARM near Rhyl, 15 to 20 acres; W or land without housc.-Address, G.R.S. lournal Office, Rhyl. 571 \\r ANTED Freehold detached Cottage, not less TT than 4 bedrooms, in village near sea—price about £ 250. Highfield House, Chadderden, Derby. 560 I^OR the Largest and Best LIST OF HOUSES (Furnished and Unfurnished), Properties and, and Businesses to Let and for Sale, apply or writ tto MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Au ioneer and Estate Agent, &c., County Chambers, Rhyl Telephone 0179 AT WOOD A CO., AGENTS& BROKERS, have Houses to Let at £ 15 to £ 85 Rental. 11ATWOOD & CO. have Houses to Let Fur- nished from tl to £ 10 per week. And a good Freehold House to Sel fo f700 (near Golf Links). HATWOOD & CO. have f to L 1, 000 to Len on Mortgage. 9Sd -v- Gutter -Hpartmemg* Corphwysfa Hall.-Choice Bedroom and Sitting Room, connected, with other accommodation. House in own grounds and entirely detached, one minute from sea.—S. & S. E. Shepherd. 3 Borthyn Terrace, West Kinmel Street.— Apartments tor small family on very moderate terms. Quiet I esidential street, south aspect five minutes from promenade.—Mrs Ann Jones Sunnyside, Brighton Road.—Comfortable Apart merits Home from Home. South aspect.— Mrs Yardley. 4' Belle Vue Terraoe, Bath Street.—Private Apartments or Board-residence. Quiet street, near Sea front and Pier. Terms according to season. Recommended. RHYL—Permanency. To be had comfortable R front and back bedroom, private sitting room, minutes from station and town.—A.M B., journal Office. (573 RHYL—To Let, for winter season, (Oct 1st) on West Parade, front Dining or Drawing Room, with one or more bedrooms, Bath, Piano. No other visitors taken during winter season. Strictly moderate terms.-Address, in first inst- ance, L.J., Journal Office, Rhyl. I^AST END—Most pleasant, central position, quiet apartments for Visitors or Business Gentlemen. Long or short period. Terms moderate, with every home comfort. Good bath- room.— X J., Journal Office. KHYL.—Private Apartments or Board Resi- dence for winter season very comfortable, highly recommended bath. piano. Norfolk House, 4 Bntterton Road. (601 I) HYL— Ladv will let for Winter months well V Furnished Drawing and bedroom, 12a per week. Two doors from Promenade, bath, every comfort. n., Journal Office. 624 PARTM ENTS -(.; oo(I cooking and attendance, A sea view low terms.—Mrs Kinsey, Mowcop House, 26 Abbey Street, Rhyl. (627 OM FORTABLE APARTMENTS, for four single men. No children.-IO Wood Road, Rhyl. (630 TO LET FURNISHED, two Sitting Rooms and four or five Bedrooms, use of kitchens, piano, bat h.-Snodgrass, 26 Wellington Road, Rhyl. (644 D. Alston BKGS to inform the Committees of Bazaars, Bands of Hope, Mutual Improvement Societies, Sunday Schools, Tea Meetings, and Private Parties, that he is open for Enage- nionts to give Optical Lantern and other Entertainments, with one hour's notice. For terms apply 1;; NV, itidsor Street, Rhyl. (041
Early Closing of Shops. COMPULSORY POWERS FOR RHYL. At a County Council committee meeting a petition was received ill favour oi closing shops at earlier hours at Rbyl. under the Shop Hours Act, 1904, daring the six winter months at 7 and during the other months at S. the closing on Saturdays to be lit 9 and 10, and on Thursdays at 1 and5. The petitioners were 3t) tradesmon, com- prising drapers, milliners, ironmongers, clothiers, tailors, hosiers, furnishers, and boot retailers, and the order would aifsct those trades only. About I tradesmen of the above-mentioned classes had declined to sign. The committee recommended the Council to grant the Closing Order, and that was done at Wednesday's meeting. The fines will be Xl for the first offence, X5 for the second and X20 for the third and subsequent. A similar petition in Prestalyu was not granted, as there way a uuincrouslj, signed petitiou against it.
| alt Eg aurttoli By Messrs WALLIS & SCOTT JJtlRBEl;, POPLAR GROVE, PRESTATYN. MESSRS WALLIS and SCOTT are instructed by Mrs Buch, who is i leaving Prestatyn, to Sell by Public Auction, on MONDAY, SEPT. 25th, UJOõ, the valuable Furniture within the above residence, being the contents of One Reception and Four Bedchambers, Domestic Offices, Arc., and comprising substan- tially-made and well-preserved Mahogany and other Furniture, including Spanish Mahogany Sideboard, Mahogany Telescope Dining Table, Dining and Bedroom Suites, Ac. For particulars see posters. On view morning of Sale. Sale to commence at 1-30 p.m. prompt. Auctioneers Oilices High Street, Prestatyn. (594 To bt Utt. ^TK) LET, Birchfield House, 27 Crescent Road JL bedrooms, 3 sitting rooms immediate pos- session satisfactory reasons for leaving good house.—Apply on the premises. G40 rpO LET 4u Acres of SHOOTING. Also Two JL Rooms for use of one or two gentlemen. For terms apply John Lloyd, Castle Farm, Dvserth. COS HOUSE TO LEf, Partly Furnished. -Sitting -L-JL Room, 2 Kitchens, .'» Bedrooms, Bath Room and w, c. Terms very moderate. -Apply, 12 Emlyn Grove. ,jH3 COTTAGE TO LET in private yard, 4s weekly clear.—Apply, Henkel, Russell Buildings ollly. (590 HOUSE and LOCK-UP SHOP to let in good thoroughfare in Rhyl. Rent house separately £ 12, shop separatelv house and shop together -C25. -Apply, Ajax, -Journal Office, Rhyl. (600 To BE LET-" Sanùycove (third house from X Hydro), Marine Drive, Rhyl specially favourable terms, immediate possession, grand sea and mountain views. Rent and rates very moderate.—Apply on the premises. 609 rpo BE LET, WiLhi mmediate possession, 3 well- JL built and well-arranged DWELLING- HOUSES, situate in Palace Avenue, Rhyl.-For rent and full particulars apply to Messrs Williams and Williams, Solicitors, Rhyl. FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSES to be Let or Sold, situate in Westbourne Avenue (near Lake), containing 2 Entertaining Rooms, Kitchens, 4 Bedrooms, Bath, Lavatory, 2 w.("s &c.-Rent- £ 22. Apply Ernest L Williams, Builder, 32 Wellington Road, Rhyl. (JS1 LARGE ROOM TO LET, suitable for Work- shop, Warehouse, Stable and Coach-house, Motor ( -arage, &e. -Apply J. Dowell, 45 Kinrnel j Street, Rhyl. 578 ei 0 LET—Well appointed Modern Lodging (or A Boarding) House, best part of East Parade; Good Profitable connection moderate rent.- Trehearn, Beechwood Road, Rhyl. 15U 10 BE LET.—A semi-detached villa in St JL Asaph Street, containing 2 reception and 5 bedrooms, electric light throughout. Rent £ 36. Immediate possession. Apply David Griffiths & Son, Builders. Windsor St. OFFICES TO LET in Bodfor Street, near the Station.—Apply, Jos. Williams, auctioneer, Queen Street, Rhyl, 704 TO BE J,F,'r UN FU RXF^THED. HAFUD ELWY, ST. ASAPH. Semi- JjL detached Residence, containing two Enter- taining Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Bath, Lavatory, &c Vacancy 1st November. Rent £ 20. Apply, Francis Geary, Auctioneer, Rhyl. 317 GOOD SHOP and HOUSE centrally situated in the principal street of Rhyl. Immediate possession. Rent an application to Joseph Wil- liams, Auctioneer, Rhyl. 543 OUSES TO BE LET OR SOLD modern conveniences, pleasantly situated. Rents from JE32 to £50. Also, several good plots ot Building Land for Sale cheap.—Apply, W. J. Simcock, Architect, Surveyor, and Valuer, N. & S. Wales Bank Chambers, Rhyl. (146 ^SPECIAL NOIICE! rrO LET, with immediate possession, 3 excellent JL Houses on the West Parade. Suitable for Boarding Establishments.—For particulars apply to Joseph Williams. Auctioneer.Rhyl 379 Icmiilajjmmt Klantrtt- LTUATION AS HOUSEKEEPER or Com" panion by a N oung Lady fully domesticated' age 30. Address. E.M., v o Mrs Piper, Servants: Registry, Townsend, Donbigh. (613 WANTED hy a Widow, a situation as Care- taker, Housekeeper, or any position of Trust.-Address, J.R.P., Journal Office. 017 lamploynunt (ID fft -rrb. ANTET), asisittatits to the Dressmaking. W Also Improvers and AI)prentices. -Apply o Clwyd Street, Rhyl. WANTED. Apprentices to the Millinery.— Apply. Edwards, Compton House, Rhyl. 638 WANTED, immediately, experienced person (24), must undertake all house duties (ex- cept pastry) for two ladies Rock Ferry.—Apply, 7 Brighton Terrace, Rhyl. 039 WANTED at once respectable General SER- VANT clean, neat, and willing good character indispensible. Apply evenings, 14 Brighton Road. (UJG WANTED, at once, General Servant, must have good character.—Apply any evening after six.-Pritchard, The Grove, Rhy'. 619 1 R. LAWRENCE, M.P.S., Pharmaceutical vJT. Chemist by examination, 20 High Street, Rhyl, has a vacancy tor a well educated youth as Apprentice. (543 WANTED-A Respectable, Clean S'OUNG W PERSON, as Geueral, about 18.—Mrs Jones, Waterloo Villas, Rhyl. 611 WANTED, a Housemaid Waitress.—Apply, Mostyn Hotel, Rhyl. (605 WANTED, in September, House Parlour- Maid small family Church, and English prelerred.-Apply, V, Journal Oltice, 1:i°4 ~V7"OUNG GENERAL, fond of children, for a X private house, light situation, one child.— Apply, E.G., Journal Office. 596 ANTED, A HOUSEMAID, from IS to 20 years old, iu a private family.—Apply to 575 the Journal Office. DRAPERY—WTanted a Youth as Apprentice.— JL7 J. Talbott, Rhyl. 564 DRESSMAKING.—Wanted experienced Skirt D and Bodice Hands, also Improvers and Apprentices used to good class work.-Apply, W. S. Williams & Co, Central Buildings, Rhyl. 2S2 WANTED—GENERAL, private, £ 16. Alsoi TY Cooks, Housemaids, and Generals, for private and apartment houses. No charge to ser- vants until suited. Whitfield's, 26 Wellington Road, Rhyl. 416 'f SERVANTS' REGISTRY and Enquiry Office.- Public and Private APARTMENTS. Moderate Winter terms.—Mrs Hay, 14 Queen Street, Rhy (late of Sandon, Staffs). 434 MRS WILLIAMS' REGISTRY for Servants! 16 Queen Street. — Vacancies on haDd. Servants of all kinds wanted. Hours 10 a.m. to S p.m.: Saturdays, lit to 4. (603 SMALL Furnished House To Let at Rhyl (one minute from Parade) gas cooker 6 mouths, 10s a week.—Apply to Banquet House. Rhuddlan. 636 0 BE LET FURNISHED, College House, J. No. 17 Church Street, containing three bed- rooms and two entertaining rooms. Private Yard &c. Apply for particulars at 11; Church St. 623 RHYL, S. W., Furnished House, 6 rooms, R gas cooker, washer, etc. Terms moderate, or 6 months. -I)avies, Sandfield Place. 599 RHYL—Furnished House to let, beautiful locality, for WTinter months moderate terms to careful tcnant.-Powell, Chulmleigli Dyserth. r (618 Apartments SHanteS, Apartments SHanteS, HUSBAND, wife, and tw .children require bitting and large Bedroom f<>r some mouthu Stats particulars, terni2 very moderate aud inelu fcive.—Addiefct, J.H. Journa Office. 641 I <ST G. R. LA WREAICE,, m. P. S Pharmaceutical Chemist by Examiation O HIGH STR £ ET (rO Pposite the N RHY L ()61 OFFICE I) I A r Prescription Dept.—Medicines of First Qualify, with 1 prompt and careful attention, are our lead *» £ features j) Free Delivery to any part. IN (. Surgica Appliances and all Rquisites for nvalids. r I Choioe Perfumes. r )li Photographic Department. 7T CAMERAS, V/ Dry Plates, P.O.P., Mounts, Albums. And every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers ■hp instructions Free to Purchasers, jR DARK ROOM FOR CHANGING AND DEVELOPING HIGH-CLASS CASH CHEMIST. Telephone No. ]5 A Few Reasons why all Pianos should be Tuned Regularly. 1 The Piano remains longer in Tune. 7 Superiority of woik guaiauteed. 2 An uniform pitch is maintained. 8 No charge for broken steel strings 3 Regularity of touch is secured. I 9 Increased pleasure to hearers. 4 Brilliancy of tone is preserved. 10 Satisfaction to the performers. 5 The Piano lasts longer. n No trouble in ordering the tuner 6 The Tuning is not forgotten. 12 Satisfaction to all concerned. SINGLE TUNINGS from 3/Q, One Order will ensure all the above advantages until countermanded, if addressed tc W. A. BEDDINGTON, EDWARD HENRY STREET. (Who tunes for nearly 800 families) The Absolutely Reliable Tuner. M. J. EDWARDS, I ilow ,0 tlio Compton House, Latest Novelties for the Autumn D MILLINERY, COSTUMES, MANTLES, JACKETS, FURS, SHIRTS and BLOUSES SEE WINDOWS. TALBOTT's, 60 and 61 HIGH STREET, RHYL. Autumn & Winter Novelties Ha\ing recently returned from London, we are now showin y the Lateif Novelties for present wear, in all departments. 17"'9¡T. ""IIØ> MISS KERR, IS U°W ".or High-ciass ■ Millinery Establishment 19 & 20 The Arcade, Rhyl, A Choice Selection of all the latest designs in PARISIAN MILLINERY. VII8Ir"- FOR TIlE BEST QUALITY of Provisions & Groceries Try PARRY'S, If Old "Journal" Stores ourna 01 es 30 HIGH STREET, RHYL. Allen Jones & Co. Fancy Drapers, THE PARAGON, High Street, Rhyl. Noted for Smart and Superior Goodti at Popular Prices. A constant supply of all the latest Novelties The Paragon, High Street, Rhyl, dFov CANARIES FOR SALE.—A few (ixtra forward prize bred, typical Norwich Plaiuhtads, nearly through nvoult. Also Ooldtlnch Canary and Linnet Canary Mules. Overstocked, inspec- tion invited. Whitfield Cibson, Highlield, Rhyl. .ï7E¡ X70R KALK, Class, Rooling Veil, &c.—Surplus _T from l-isteddfod Pavilion to be aold. Apply to Mr Thos. Whitley, UlydfuM, King's Avenue, Rhy!. New and Second-hand. J Half price. Easy terms, Visit Sale Rooms, Landaus, Victorias, Cabs from i Omui. buses, Broughams, Brakes, Cliarabanes Catalo gues.—Marstox, 24 Bradford Street, Birming- ham )61 SCHU)PERK E, .t months, to be sold, ¡!oorl watch, pedigree.—7 Brighton Terrace ((129 (-c1- S CLOCK, in good olJrlitioll I t) be sold also Oak Chairs and l»rpRsefK, i'regs Cupboard, and Tables.Apfly, ¡\J., Bridge Cottage, Dysertli. li2 Any Sale entrusted to Mr Joseph Williams Auctioneer, County Chambers, Rhyl, will receive his prompt and personal atten- tion with a guarantee of IMMEDIATE CISH SETTLEMENT. ery Large Warehouse for Storing Furniture &u. ilvopcvttes for iralr. Property to Let and for Sale at Rhy TO LET, WEST END PRIVATE HOTEL J- AVest Parade.—A Double House, containing a large well-lighted Dining Room (will scat 60 persons at table), Two Drawing Rooms, Writing Room, Smokeroom and Sitting Room in basement, 16 Commodious Bedrooms, almost ail large cuoi gh for double-bedded moms Two J,ilc!JOII:" I'mttrics, Scullciic-K, <tc, Billiard Room, and One Bcdroon iiutsido Two-Mall Stable, Coach Ii«mi;iC, und ash lion;,(■ Sanitary arrangements perfect 1 roprictor wiI grant, a I(afjc or sell; one of the best built houses un the Parade.. Also several Good and High-clasa HOUSES FOR Also a HOUSE, North side, in Morlan Park Retit ;E30. Apply to Elwy Williams, Rhy rjj »() BE SOLD, it prices ranging from 1:280 eacii, all ttl. "Ü eight newly erected detached BUNGALOW S, with gardens attached, sinial :\1. Dyserth near Rhyl roast, .-ordaining Enter- taining Boom, large Entrance flail, rooms, Kitchen, and other usual domestic Offices Beautiful views of mountains and sea. fc particulars apply to Mr Ir. Oamlin, Solict,or R h _A_ rro BE SOLD OR LET. of Freehold A Building Land on Marine Drive (adjoining W int. Iiodi no), delightful situation for residence^ if-innd "< and mount-nn Apply V. ] Gainhu, hgq, uolialur, hhy 6lU
£ Newmarket. Mr Arnold Egerton Jones, B.A., son of the respected Newmarket schoolmaster, lias just secured an important scholastic appointmeut at Stroud, Gloucestershiie.