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Rhyl May Day Demonstration TliE ANNUAL I)EMONSTRATION 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 Danue. 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 SERVANTS of all classes wanted for London Manchester, Cheshire and the Welsh coast.— Apply, Whitfield's, 26 WeUington Road, Rhyl. r—nmnwffriwii n ir—inn—r—i Whist. The 5th whist drive was held at the Constitu- tional Club on Wednesday last, 20 members taking part. Mr R Munden obtained first prize with 181 points, Mr Barratt second with 175 points, Mr T Amoa securing the booby prize with 124 points. During the latter portion of the game an amusing interruption was occasioned owing to the sudden failure of the electric light and the consequent rueh to the nearest place for candles, by which the players were enabled to conclude the game io a OlOnIn and eubdutd light.; galtg fyp gtuctton I By Mr CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD THE TOWN OF RILYL. 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, ON 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 entrance 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 1:26. Bod Donwen Cottage, S r, Asaph Street (first house from Parade). Rent £22. 17 Sussex Street-House and Shop. Rent c28. 7 Brighton H.oad-Convenient House. Rent C23. 6 Warren Rd-Comfortable small House. Rent 1:12. LARGE LOCK-UP SHOP, Market St. BYROM HOUSE, 23 Vale Road, commodious corner house— £ 1S 10s. And other houses of all sizes. Further particulars from the LANDLORDS' SOLE AUENT, HUBERT R. HOLBECHE, =- Auctioneer, Town Hall, Rhyl. iprovrrtico for Salt. I^OR SALE or TO LET.—Freehold Stone built Shop, Dwellinghouae, extensive outbuildings, and 2,400 square yards of excellent building land with frontage of 65 yards to main road, situate and known as Bodhyfryd," Dyserth. Apply- Bromley, Jonea & Co, Solicitors, R hyl. 179 TO BE SOLD OR LiKT, 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 m LET WEST END PRIVATE HOTEL, JL WestParade.—A Double House, containing a larg well-lighted Ditnng Room (will seat 60 persons at table), Two Drawing Rooms Writing Room, Smokeroom and Sitting Room inbasement, 16 Commodious Bedrooms, almost all large enough for double-bedded 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 ler.pe or sell; one cf the beat built houses on the Parade. Also se veral Good and High-class HOUSES FOR SALE Apply to Elwy Williams, Rhyl 678 J no BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, the JL 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 kitchens, bathroom, and w.c., and usual domestic offices. The houses are let at £ 26 10s. 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 £25 par annum each. For further particulars and price apply to Mr H L Price, Incorporated Accountant, No 15 Fountain Street, Manchester, or to MR. F. J. CAMLIN, 972 Solicitor Rhyl. ftigtftrg ffict. &c. I SERVANTS REGISTRY and Enqiry Office )0 Public and Private APARTMENTS. Moderatf Winter terms.—Mrs Hay, 14 Queen Street, Rhyl ate of Sandon. Staffs HOUSEMAID-WAITRESS now at liberty JLJL Chester preferred. A good Cook-Gensra wanted for a private family at Rhyl. Severa Generals and young Housemaids and Waitresse: also wanted for private.—Apply Mrs Williams, H Queen Street, Rhyl. 154 MRS WILLIAMS' REGISTRY for Servants 16 Queen Street. — Vacancies on hand Servants of all kinds wanted. Hours 10 a.m. t< I 7 p m. Saturday 10 to 4. dfttrnigftefl ffiougis* TOLET Comfortable Furnished House, 2 enter- X taining rooms, 5 bedrooms, central position, terms mo lerate. -Apply, 31 Princes Street, Rhyl. 197 TO BE LET, Furnished House, with good sized rooms. Very cheap for a few months.—W.B., Journal Office. (151 HYL-Small Furnished House TO LET, one minute parade, gas cooker, to May 10s. a week. Apply, Banquet House, Rhuddlan. 169 JUioctUancous. MR ~THOMAS"llUGHES' (Fferm) DRAWT— Winning number 573. 209 WANTED good Business Premises in Rhyl, central position must have back or side entrancs.—Apply, Mr F Edmunds, 102 Muster Road, Nottingham (148 in——i— Ismplofitiuitt Offtrcb. ANTED a Respectable Girl, age about 16, as it General Help one willing to assist in Shop preferred.—Miss Holloway, Queen St. 196 HOUSEKEEPER^ ANTKLMor a light place JLI in Rhyl (all duties), by end of this month. —Bachelor, Journal Office, Rhyl. 199 Expiration of Lease., Messrs CLARKE & SON FISHMONGERS 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 Er cof am Mawrth 13eg, 1906. Ni welwyd Rhyl erioed mwy gwyn, O'i thraed i'w phen mae'n ganaid Ei gwisg sydd wen gan eira gwyn, O'r Nef uwch ben diegyna. Pob brigyn bach o fewn y drcf A wisgid it phur wyndra, Er tystio'n gryf i blant y byd Mai Duw o'i dda a'i rhodda. DARLLENYDD Y JQURKALM 1 JSaltg bl1 gtucttom By Mr JOSEPH WILLIAMS [ 24 BUTTERTON ROAD, RHYL. TUESDAY NEXT, 20th MARCH, 1906. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Sell by Auction Modern and Valuable Household Furniture, I Contained in 3 Reception and 5 Bedrooms, Hall and Kitchens, very briefly comprising ■ — 5ft. Walnut Sideboard with 3 Bevelled Mirrors, Display Brackets, Collarette and enclosed Cup- boards, Mahogany Sideboard with raised back, Choice Walnut Overmantel Mirror with Brackets and Canopy, Ebonized and Gilt-frame Overmantel Mirror, Mahogany Telescope Dining Table, Brass Curbs and Appliances, Expensive Marble 8-Day Timepiece with Corinthian Pillars, Walnut Couch, Oak Single Chairs, Walnut Dininsr Room Suite, Good Linoleum, Carpet and Hearthrugs, Bamboo Cabinet, Fine Barometer in Walnut frame with Mirror attached, Bamboo and Oak Hall Stands, Brass-mounted Bedsteads, Curled Hair, Spring, and Wool Mattresses, Feather Beds, Bolsters, and Pillows, Walnut Toilet Stands with Dressing Chest and Landscape Mirror attached, Pedestal Dressing & Washscands, Mahogany Chest of Drawers, Toilet Ware and Mirrors, Excellent Kitchen Dresser with 6 Drawers and Cupboards, Tables, Chairs and Kitchen Utensils. Strictly Cash Sale at 1-30 o'clock. View Morn- ing of Sale. See Handbills. County Chambers, Rhyl, and Stafford Chambers, Prestatyn. 188 6 EAST PARADE, RHYL. THURSDAY and FRIDAY NEXT, 22nd and 2ord MARCH, 1906. Highly Attractive aud Important Sale of Modern, Costly and Decorative Residential Equipments, comprised in 2 Reception Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Hall, Stairway, Kitchens, and Effects, including Costly Upright Iron-framed Pianoforte in Walnut Case (cost 40 Guineas), Polished Fumed Oak Sideboard with bevelled Mirror, glazed door Cabinet, Revolving Cellarette, Drawers, Cupboards, and Copper Fittings, handsome SOild Mahog- any Sideboard, with Mirror, heavy Canopy, Display Brackets, Cupboards with carved panels, Cellarette and Drawers, antique Mahogany and Fumed Oak Overmantels, massive Oak Telescope Table, Rosewood frame Entertaining Suite, Royal Axminster and Brussels Carpet, Hearthrugs, Brass Curbs and Appliances, Copper Coal Vase, Oilpainting and choice Engravings, Time- piece. Handsomely finished and Polished [Mahogany, Satin Walnut, Solid Ash, and Maple grained Bedroom Suites, with Ward- robes, Modern Brass-Mounted Bedsteads, Spring, Curled Hair, and Wool Mattresses, Feather Bolsters and Pillows, polished Birch Chest of Drawers, decorated Bedroom Ware, and Utensils, polished Oak Hallstand, Stair Hods, Hall Lamp, excellent Kitchen Dresser, Gas Cooker, superior Mangle, Kitchen utensils, &c., which were recently purchased by Mrs Dunderdale (who is leaving Rhyl) from an eminent firm of Cabinet makers and which will be sold without reserve by Public Auction by MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS,on the above premises on the 22nd and 2i>rd March, 1906. Silvered Plate, Cutlery, Dinner Ware, Table and Bed Linen, Gas Fittings. On view Wednesday, 21st March, by Cata- logue, between 11 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. Cash sale at 1.30 o'clock each day. Catalogues on application to the Auctioneer, at his offices. County Chambers, Rhyl, and Stafford Chambers, Prestatyn. (189 22 EDWARD HENRY ST., RHYL. MONDAY, 26th MARCH, 1900. MR JOSEPH W7ILLLYMS is instructed by Mrs Willott, who is leaving Rhyl, to Sell by Public Auction excellent Household Equipments including Two Pianofortes, &c., &c. 174 39 KINMEL STREET, RHYL. MONDAY, 26 th MARCH, 1906. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Sell by Auction antique Household Furniture. 152 1iHYD-Y-MOR, 42 JOHN ST. THURSDAY, 29th MARCH, 1006. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS will Sell by Auction Superior Household Furniture. 15 4 EIVEESTRST, RHYL. TUESDAY, 3rd APRIL, 1906. 1 1V/TR JOSEPH WILLIAMS is instructed by Joseph Hughes, Esq., who is leav- ? ing Rhyl, to Sell by Auction very Handsome } and Valuable Residential Appointments. County Chambers, Rhyl, and Stafford Cham- a bers, Prestatyn. 175 No. 1 EAST PARADE, RHYL. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, 4th & 5th APRIL, 1906. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS is instructed by Mrs Lawrence to Sell by Auction superior and valuable Household Appointments. County Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 0179. Stafford Chambers, Prestatyn. 176 9 EAST PARADE, RHYL. THURSDAY, 12th APRIL, 1906. MR JOSEPH WILLIAMS is instructed by Mr McLennan, to Sell by Auction Household Furniture. County Chambers, Rhyl. Tel. 0179. Stafford Chambers, Prestatyn. (190 Any Sale entrusted to Mr Joseph Williams Auctioneer, County Chambers, Rhyl, will receive his promp and personal atten- tion with a guarantee of IMMEDIATE CASH SETTLEMENT. Ver Large Warehouse for Storing Furniture &o.

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