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altS oa auction. By MR FRANCIi GEARY NO.'s W £ ST 1'AUAM, It 11 YL. 1VTR FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., has re- T vT~ ce*ve(* instructions from the Rev. E. E. I Ingham, who is leaving Rhyl, to Sell bv Auc- Vr°n°n WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, MARCH 14th and loth, the whole of the Household Furniture and Effects, briefly comprising In 5 Entertaining Rooms :—Walnut Dining and Drawing Room Suites in Plush and Saddle- bags, Telescope Dining Table, Mahogany and Walnut Sideboards and Cheffionieres, Over- mantels and Pier Glasses, Timepieces, Oak Kneehole Writing Table, Two Carved Oak Bookcases, Occasional Chairs and Tables, Copper Tea Urn, Pictures and Ornaments, Several Choice Oil Paintings, Cottage Piano- forte by Bord, Paris, in splendid condition, Electro-plated Goods, Glass, China, Cutlery, Bed and Table Linen, Carpets, Rugs, Lino- leum, Gas Fittings, &c. ° In 10 Bedchambers :-Ash and other Bed- room Suites, Chests-of-Drawers, Dressing Tables, Washstands, Toilet Ware, Brass and Iron Bedsteads, Wire, Spring and Wool Mat- tresses, Prime Feather Beds, and other Chamber Appointments. In Kitchens and Basement :-Good Gas Cooker a Range of Large and Very Useful Store Cupboards, with the usual supply of Kitchen and Culinary Ctensils. View Day Tuesday, March loth, from 12 to 4. Sale to commence each day at 1-30 prompt. Catalogues may be obtained on application to TU A™tloneer. Auction and Estate Offices, Market Street, Rhyl. 145 Preliminary Notice. No. 7 West Parade, Rhyl. R FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I, will Sell — the Surplus Household Furniture on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21st, 1906. 182 T^RANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., Auctioneer and -L Estate Agent, Market Street, Rhyl, has the following premises to let, unfurnished: Warren Road-2 Dwelling houses, Rents, Y-22. Victoria Avenue-Dwelling house, Rent, C22 10s Seabank Road-2 Dwelling houses, £ 30 and £25 Westbourne Avenue—Dwelling house, £ 25. Tudor Buildings, Wellington Road -House & Shop For further particulars apply to FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., Auctioneer, Market Street, Rhyl. (127 WbSl Council glmiom To the Electors of the East Ward in the Urban District of Rhyl. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-I have been asked by many of the ratepayers in your ward to again place, at the forthcoming election, my services at your disposal, my term t exPirinS- is with the utmost e ret that I am unable to do so, at all events year. As you are probably aware, I am a-mg a very active part in the nesv* scheme for advertising Rhyl, a scheme which entails an enormous sacrifice of time, but one which I feel is of vital importance to the interests of the whole town. This coupled with work on vari- ous committees in the town is my sole reason for being unable to find the time to discharge the duties as one of your representatives, in the way they should be discharged. If, when the advertising of the town is on firm ground, you again wish me to seek re-election I shall only be too glad to avail myself of the honour. Thanking you for past confidence, I am, Yours obediently, n T PERCY J. ASHFIELD. Craig Lea, Rhyl. 162 a III I II III mil II 111II II —HIHMI II III! n HOUSEHOLD LINENS AND FURNISHING DRAPERY ANNUAL Clearance Sale DURING MARCH at J. TALBOTT'S, 5 Queen St., RHYL. (138 Expiration of Lease. Messrs CLARKE & SON FISHMONGEBS and! GAME DEALERS, BEG to intimate that their lease of No. 18 Bodfor Street is about to expire, and that their business will be carried on only at their old establishments, Nos. 2, & 3, Water Street, and Nos. 2, & 3, Market Hall, where all orders will be promptly attended to. Customers called upon daily at their residence. 27 Rhyl May Day Demonstration THE ANNUAL DEMONSTRATION and FESTIVITIES will be held at Rhyl On THURSDAY, MAY 3rd. Demonstration at Noon. Crowning Ceremony In Queen's Palace In the Afternoon. Varied Entertainment In the Evening, followed by a Dance Special Railway facilities are being arranged. Prize Lists and fuller details will shortly be ready. J. D. POLKINCHORNE. Secretary, Rhyl. The Committee give notice that they will only be responsible for goods ordered direct by the Secretary on a signed order. 178 Co bt ILct. RENT £ 13, convenient House with sitting anothnp>(i?' 3 bedrooms, kitchens, &c. Also £ 22 iniTn<^Uae' 8^nS> 4 bedrooms, .bath, &c., ing Houses t!fvf POB8e8Si,on and several Board- ADDIV to Hftf 8 IsP,P8ed of as going concerns.— Apply to Hatwood & Co., Agents andBrokers, T° w?thL^S^?°°0al tenancy> or on lease approved date, all tLwri"biilfh V™™ Kenmore (the re.idWe of the late Mr H A Steer), situate in Russell R0ad Rhvl • within 10 yards of the Golf Links, and' SoVardsTf the Marine Drive. yards ot the Marine Drive. yards ot The house stands in its own grounds, is of recent construction, and is well designed, and contains Entrance Hall, Breakfast Room, Dinine Room, Drawing Room, Kitchen and Back Kitchen 2 Larders, Butler's Pantry, 8 Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Bath Room, W.C., Linen Room, House- maid's Pantry, and Lavatory, together with the usual domestic out offices, and a Stable and Coach. house. There is also a large Kitchen Garden at the rear of the house. Full particulars as to rent, etc., can be obtained from MR F J GAMLIN, 857] Solicitor, Rhyl. |A0 BE LET, from the 2oth March next, all that commodious residence situate and being Penydon, East Parade. Rhyl-For full particulars y 0. y to F J Gamlin, Solicitor, Rhyl. 973. 0 LET.—No. 3 Brighton Road, Rhyl. Rent tfu 1 5" Apply, Joseph Williams, Auctioneer, Rhyl. (151 gaUg fig ituctton By Mr CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD THE TOWN OF RHYL. Valuable Freehold Shop and Premises situate in Kinmel Street. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD has been favoured with instructions to offer for Sale by Auction, at the ALEXANDRA HOTEL, RHYL, ox TUESDAY, MARCH 20th, at 3-30, subject to Conditions to be then and there produced, All that. Valuable Freehold Double-fronted Shop and Dwelling-House attached, situate and being Number 50 KINMEL STREET, RHYL, and known as The Oxford Temperance Hotel. The Premises have a private entranco to the Dwelling House, and the latter contains Hall, Dining Room, Front and Back Staircases, 2 Kitchens and a commodious Warehouse and Tea or Refreshment Rooms on the ground floor, 3 Sitting Rooms, 12 Bedrooms, Cloak Room, Bathroom and w.c.'s. The Premises are substantially built, most conveniently and centrally situated, being within one minute's walk of the Station and five minutes from the Promenade and Foreshore, and singularly adapted for a High-Class Private Hotel or Boarding House, being capable of accommodating a large number of visitors, and having a good frontage to one of the main streets in this popular Seaside Resort. Further particulars may be obtained from Mr R. Benbow on the premises, the Auctioneer at his Branch Offices, 7 Wellington Road, Rhyl, or 18 High Street, Mold (Tel. 20), or The Messrs WHITLEY & CO., Solicitors, (143 Castle Street, Liverpool. TO be certain of immediate settlements, give your instructions to HUBERT R. HOLBECHE, Auctioneer, Town Hall, Rhyl, the oldest established Office in the town. CASH ADVANCED (if required) immediately 'on receiving instructions to sell. SETTLEMENTS DAY AFTER SALE guaranteed (in writing). „ HOUSES TO LET, Unfurnished. South Avenue—Pleasant corner Villa. Rent £26. Bod Donwen Cottage, St Asaph Street (first house from Parade). Rpnt 1:22. 17 Sussex Street-House and Shop. Rent £ 28. 7 Brighton Road-Convenient House. Rent £ 23. 6 Warren Rd-Comfortable small House. Rent 1:12. LARGE LOCK-UP SHOP, Market St. LYRIC HALL, Market Street very large room, used as a chapel. And other houses of all sizes. Further particulars from the LANDLORDS' Sou; AGEKT, HUBERT R. HOLBECHE, 122 Auctioneer, Town Hall, Rhyl. Properties for Salt. I^OR SALE or TO LET.—Freehold Stone built Shop, Dwellinghouse, extensive outbuildings, and 2,400 square yards of excellent building land with frontage of Go yards to main road, situate and known as "Bodhyfrvrl," Dyserth. Apply- Bromley, Jones & Co, Solicitors, Rhyl. 179 TO BE SOLD OR JLKT, Villa in Palace Avenue, Rhyl, 3 entertaining rooms, 5 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, scullery, butler's pantry, and w.c., with wash-house outside. Also 17 Gronant Street to Let, from 1st May.—Apply 36 West Parade. (936 Property to Let and for Sale at Rhyl TLET WEST END PRIVATE HOTEL, WestParade.—A Double House, coutaining a larg well-lighted Dining Room (will seat 60 persons at table), Two Drawing Rooms Writing Room, Smokeroom and Sitting Room inbasement, 16 Commodious Bsdruoms, almost all large enough f or double-beciocd rooms Two Kitchens, Pantries, Sculleries, &c, Billiard Room, and One Bedroom outside; Two-stall Stable, Coach-house, and Wash house. Sanitary arrangements perfect. Proprietor will grant a lease or sell; one cf the best built houses on the Parade. Also several Good and High-class HOUSES FOR SALE Apply to Elwy Williams, Rhyl 678 fpO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the X undermentioned desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, namely All those Two newly-erected semi-detached Private Residences, known as "StKilda" and San Remo, situate in Sandringham Avenue Rhyl, each containing two entertaining rooms' four bedrooms, two kitchsns, bathroom, and w.c. and usual domestic offices. The houses are let at £2610s. and £ 25 per annum respectively. All those Two semi-detached Private Residences known as "Berwyn and Pencourt," situate in Sandringham Avenue, Rhyl, aforesaid, comprising the same accommodation as the above described dwellinghouses. Let at 125 per annum each. For further particulars and price apply to Mr H L Price, Incorporated Accountant, No 15 I Fountain Street, Manchester, or to MR. F. J. GAMLIN, 972 Solici to Rhyl. j Apartments ZUanttb. WANTED FURBISHED HOUSE, for six months or longer. State lowest terms.— Apply, by letter, K.F., JournalOffice. 146 &tg;igtrg (Dfhcco, kc ERVANTS REGISTRY and Enquiry Office kj Public and Private APARTMENTS. Moderate Winter terms.—Mrs Hay, 14 Queen Street, Rhyl, ate of Sandon, Staffs HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS now at liberty UL Chester preferred. A good Cook-Gensral wanted for a plivate family at Rhyl. Several Generals and young Housemaids and Waitresses also wanted for private.—Apply Mrs Williams, 16 Queen Street, Rhyl. 154 MllS WILLIAMS' REGISTRY for Servants 16 Queen Street. Vacancies on hand Servants of all kinds wanted. Hours 10 a.m. to 7 P.m. Saturday 10 to 4.