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z GREENHÅLGHGEARY FRANCIS GEARY, A.A.I.) AUCTIONEERS, House & Estate Agents, Valuers, Accountants, and Insurance Agents. MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED & ADVANCES ARRANGED UPON APPROVED SECURITIES Sales by Auction fy Private Contract of Property, Furniture, Stock-in- Trade, Sfc. Registry for letting Farms, Business Premises, Houses (burnished and Unfurnished), and Apart- ments, and Collection of Eents. ISPOSAL OF BUSINESSES AND STOCKS WITHOUT PUBLICITY. Valuations for Probate and Administration. Authorised to levy Distraints for rent. nsurance of Property, Life,and Plate Glass; balan- cing, Auditing and Posting of Tradesmen & Books. PROMPT CASH SETTLEMENT. Offices and Sale Rooms:— Market Street, RHYL. BARGAINS AT THE BEEHIVE 11 I THIS W-EEK. IN DRAPERY GOODS OF ALL KINDS. THE BEEHIVE, 5, SUSSEX STREET, R H Y L. 51, KINNEL STREET, RHYL. MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS Desires to inform the inhabitants of RHYL and DISTRICT that he will in a few days OPEN OFFICES at the above address, where he will be prepared to transact Business as AUCTIONEER, ACCOUNTANT, AND VALUER. LAND, HOUSE, and INSURANCE AGENT. MORTGAGES ARRANGED. RENTS AND DEBfS COLLECTED AGENT for the following Insurance Offices The British Homes Assurance Corporation. The London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. The Norwich Union Fire Insuranee Co. The British Equitable Life Assurance Co. The Liverpool and London Plate Glass Insurance Company. The London and Norwich Accident Insurance Co. The Employers' Liability Insurance Co. Prompt attention will be given all Com missions. OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 30 p.m AUCTION, LAND & ESTATE AGENCY. FR1NK JEWELL, Begs to inform the public of Rhyl. Prestatyn and district that he is open to undertake Sales by Auction of Land, House Property, Live and Dead Farm Stock, Furniture, etc. Valuations for Probate, etc. Rent Collecting and General Estate Work. Office- GREYMOUNT, PRESTATYN. Un ana atter February 1st, 1899, No. 7, BODFOR STREET, RHYL. (the late Mr T. C. Amos' Old Office.) THE RHYL RECORD AND ADVERTISER. Scale of Charges for Advertisements. 9 PRICE Per Per Line. Inch. Government and Parliametary Notices ) and. Prospectuses of Public Com- > IS. IOS. panies J Chancery and Legal Notices, Sales of) -g> Property, &c. Sales of Stock or Furniture, Trade Notices, Eisteddfodau, Literary J 2 '6 Meetings of local character, Personal 4 Announcements, &c. Special positions Contract. SMALL PREPAID ADVERTISE- MENTS. The following is our Scale for small prepaid ad- veitisements (all run on, no display lines), under the classes of WANTED, TO BE LET, FOR SALE BY PRIVATE CONTRACT, APARTMENTS, LOST, or FOUND:— insertions. One Two Three Not exceeding 20 words.. is. od. is 9d. 2s. 3d „ 25 is. 3d. 2s. 3d. 3s. od. 30 „ is. 6d. 2s. qd. 3s. 9d. „ 35" is. gd. 3s. od. 4s. 3d. „ 45 «. 2s. 3d. 4s. od. 5s. 6d. No advertisement booked under 2s. 6d. Copies of the paper will be charged extra, and it must be distinctly understood that no advertisements and be booked at these prices. The charge for Births, Marriages, and D e is is 6d to be prepaid; if booked 2s 6d. Business Advertisements running for a series o insertions by special arrangement. Unless dirtinct orders art; given all dvertiseraent continued untill countermanded. To be Sold. MODERN SEMI-DETACHED VILLAS with pouth aspect at Lighfield Park. TO LET. Rent £ 32.—Apply to J. FOULKES, Highfield Park, Rhyl. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.— Two very desirable semi-detached VILLA RESIDENCES recently erected in PALACE AVENUE RHYL, and almost opposite to toe magnificent 3ew Palace Hotel, now in course of erection. The accommodation is as follows: —On the Ground Floor: Vestibule and Tiled Entrance Hall, Din- ing Room with bir. Morning Room, Kitchen. Pantry, Back Kitchen with washing boiler and Sculierv On the first fl >or Drawing Room with bay, 3 Bedrooms, Batbrcom, Lavatory (h and c. water supply) and separate W.C. On the second floor: 3 Bedrooms, Enclosed Yard at the back with outside W.C. and 2 good Cellars aod good Garden in front. For full particulars apply to Mr RICHARD BROMLEY, Solicitor, Rhyt. TO BE SOLD OR LET.— VTILLA. RESID- ENCES in Sea Bank Road near the lake. The best built and most highly finished houses in Rhy! Perfect sanitation south aspect with view of tht of the Vale of Clwyd. Contains 3 Ectertaiug Rooms, 7 Bedrooms, Bath and Lava- tory with good Kitchen, &c. Electric Bells throughout Rents £20 to £3;:>. For particulars apply to FRANCIS GEABY, F.A.I., Estate Agent, Market Street, Rhyl. RHYL.- LE Valuable Freehold BUILD ING JUAX- with frontage to Grange Road (close to Elwy Hall) the mnin drainage along back of the proposed new houses is in course of conftruction at present. Gas and Water Mains close by. For further particulars apply to Mr R. ROBERTS, Vale View Villas, Mill Bank, Rhyl. FOR SALE. Milk, Fruit, and Sweet Business; jtT old established, srood round, cheap.—Apply 'Milk," Advertiser office, Rhyl. FOR SALE, by Private Treaty, « KENMORE,' JD Russell Road, Rhyl.—Full particulars from H. A. STEER. Wanted. WANTED — A well Educated Youth as W Apprentice.—Apply ASHFIELD, Chfmist, Rhyl. WANTED-A a Public house a young Woman TV clean, and nice appearance as general and to help the bar.—Aoply by letter THOMAS Joos, Post Office, Caerwys, Holywell. \TT ANTED COB about 14 Hands, Sound and Vf Quiet from 6 to 8 years.—12, ABBEY STREET, RHTL. LA UNDRYMAID-Good, Single handed- Wanted at once.—Apply MANAGER, Clare- mont Hydro, Rhyl. ijlNERGETIC and Influential MEN wanted as JPj Agents for the British Workmen's and Gen- eral Assurance Company, Limited tor Rhyl, Aber- gele, Colwyn Bay, Llanrwst, Llandudno, Denbigh, Flint, &c. Books vacant. Apply to district super- intendent— A. H. WILLIAMS, Shirley Villa, Lake Avenue, Rhyl. ANTED, Caretaker and Night Operator.— i "t Apply by letter. National Telephone Com- pany, Limited, Godstall Chambers, Chester. GOOD GENERAL wanted immediately. Must have vood character from Inst situation.— Applv after 6, Mis EvtfBATt, 13, Crescent road. TTTANTED—COOK-GENERAL. •— A pply. Mrs VV SHEFFIELD, Cloveley, Fairfield Avenue, Rhyl. Y| ANTED. — A Strong Willing YOUNG v* MAN as POJttTER wit'i ood character. Apply. STAR SUPPLY STORES, tIT ANTED, a YOUTH as an Appreutice to the "t Printing.— Apply at the "Advertiser" Office, Rhvl. BUSINESS. — Two APPRENTICES v wanted for the above. Premium required if Motor taught.—CONNAH'S CYCLE DEPOT, Rhvl. RE-COVERING UMBRELLAS.—HATWOOD'S SPECIAL MATEBIAL is the best, as it does not split in the folds. It has the appearance of silk, with the advantage of wearing three times as long, and the cost is only 7s. 6d. for making your um- brella better than a new one. Cheaper materials from 4s. 6d.-HATWOOD, Oueen Street. n REENHOUSE'S AGENCY for SERVANTS, IT 17, WATER STREET, hHYL.-Disen- gaqed Cooks, Kitchenmaids, Housemaids, Nurses, and Generals. Ladies and Servants suited daily. TENBY (THE NAPLES OF WALES). — Londoners visit this popular watering-place in large nambers every year, and those requiring Apartments will quickly secure them by inserting a small advertisement in the Tenby Observer, which has been established half-a-century, and has the largest guaranteed circulation in Pembrokeshire. Published every Thursday, price one penny. Useful Guides to Tenby, 6d., Is., and 2s. 6d. post freo. Street Map of the Town, 2d. Address Manager, Observer Office, Frog Street, Tenby, Pembrokeshire. PARTMENTS WANTED.—The best way to /jL let your rooms and to secure a constant suc- cession of visitors, is to send a small advertisement to the Lichfield Mercury (established over 80 years), the Tamworin Mercruy, the Rugeley Mercury, the bannock Chase Mercury, and the Sutton Coldfield Mercury (best family papers in the Midlands). 100,000 readers weekly. Read by all the best people. Prices for the five papers, 20 words for 6d.; 3 times Is. 6 times Is. 9d.: 12 times 3s, 3d., or for the holiday season 4s. 6d. prepaid.—Offices, 36, 38, and 40, Bird Street, Lichfield. PRICE LIST OF Bass' Ale, Guinness' Stout, Mineral Waters, &c., AT THE BURTON STORES. AQUARIUM STREET. Per Dozen IN BOTTLES. Reputed Half Pints. Pints Bass'Celebrated Pale Ale 3/6 2/6 Do. Table Ale.. — 2/- Guinness' Extra Stout 3/- 2/- Do. Invalid Stout 3/6 2/6 Wheatley's Hop Bitters. — 2/- BASS' ALES supplied in IS and 9 gallon^Casks at Brewery prices. ON DRAUGHT. Bass' Celebrated Pale Ale ••• 3|d. per pint Do. Mild Ale ••• 2id. „ GUlDness Stout. 32"d. Do. Nouiishing Stout 3td. PLBASE NOTE.— Only these Noted Seers and Stouts supplied from the Burton Stores, all of which are Kept in the finest condition. ELLIS' CELEBRATED MINERAL WATERS In Splits, Bottles and Syphons. rHYL EHATED W ERS from 1/3 per doz The Pure Home-made Bread Shoo 32, HIGH STREET, RHYL. Agent for MAZAWATTEE TEA AND HO VIS BREAD ROBERT PRICE, FAMILY GROCER & BAKER, Italian Warehouseman and Provision Merchant. MANCHESTER MONUMENTAL WORKS NOTICE OF REMOVAL. To Larger and More Suitable Premises, oppo- site the Southern Cemetery, BABLOW MooR ROAD, CHOBLTON-COM HABD? • Town Office :— 16A, VICTORIA BUILDINGS, MANCHESTER. JAMES HILTON. Monuments in Granite, Marble, and Stone. Memorials Renovated and Re-lettering in pay part of the Country. Telephone 7602. To Let INN AT OLD COLWYN TO BE LET.-Aprly JL CHESTER NORTHGATK BREWERY, CHESTER. TO LET, Penmaenmawr, a Large, Commodious JL SHOP and PREMISES most suitable for furniture warehouse. TO LET. — 16, WEST PARADE, from 1st of _L May next. For rent and other particulars apply to Aneurin O. Evans, Solicitor, Denbigh. TO LET, TROS3ACHS, Sea Bank Rood, from JL Nov. 27th. particulars apply Nurse DIXON, Trossachs. TO be LET, in Water Street, a HOUSE and j<L SHOP, or either House and Shop separately. Algo HOUSE, No. 27, Water Street. All newly decorated. Moderate Rents.—Apply S. J. AMOS, 13, Sussex Street. TO LET, Dwelling HOUSES in good position jL in the town of Rhyl. Also good Business Premises.—For particulars apply to Mr JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, House and Estats Agent, County Buildinge, 51, Kinmel Street, Rhyl. TO LET,—RHUDJLAN.—For winter months, part of Furnished House dining & two or four Bedrooms, kitohen, &c, Terms very moderate. Address B," Advertiser Office, Rhy l. TO LttT,—A CAPITAL BAKEHOUSE, in the .centre of Bodfor Street.—Apply "Advertiser* Office RHYL.—Modern Semi-detached Villas TO BE LET, containing two entertaining rooms, 4 bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, scullery, &c. Rent, £ 34.—Apply, J. FOULKKS, Highfield Park, Rhyl. FURNISHED APARTMENTS.—Londoners to [' a very large number visit Rhyl each year, and those having apartments would quickly let by inserting a small advertisement in the Eastern Mercury: 30 words for Is., or 3 times for 2s. This journal is the leading mid-weekly for suburban London and Essex.—Address, PROPRIETOR, Eastern Mercury Office, 827, High Road, Leytonstone, London. FREE ADVERTISING.—PROPERTIES FOR JT SALE or TO BE LET.—Property ownei and others desirous of disposing of Property, Busi. ness, &0., by Private Treaty, are invited to send full particulars to the nndermentioned for insertion (free of charge) in the Worth Wales Free Property Register," which is published monthly, having an extensive circulation and being the only free ad- vertising medium of its kind in the district. In- tending purchasers or tenants should send for a copy of the Register, which will be forwarded post fres on application to the Proprietors and Pub- lishers, GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneers valuers, and Estate Agents, Rbyl. LONDON. HOTEL WINDSOR, VICTORIA JLj Street, Westminster. S.W. Special Notice. Electrically lighted throughout day and night. Moderate Tariff. Tabe d'Hote at separate tables, from 6.30 to 8.30 (open to non-residents). Turkish Baths. Inclusive terms from 12s. per day.—J. R. CLEAVE & Co., Proprietors. HOME FROM HOME.— Comfortable Apart. t"). ments with or without board situated in a pleasant part of the To wn near the Sea and Station. —Apply MRS T. C. AMOS, 7, Bodfor Street. Rhyl. J. OLDFIELD X Co., Coal Factors, GLADSTONE BUILDINGS i Kinmel Street, RHYL, HAVE ON HAND A REGULAR SUPPLY OF Lancashire, Staffordshire, AND North Wales Coal, AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES FOR C&.SH. PRICE LIaT ON APPLICATION. ESTABLISHED 40 YEARS. NOTED SHOP FOR POULTRY E. P. GRIFFITHS, Game and Poultry Dealer, Fruiterer and Greengrocer, 6, SUSSEX STREET. RHYL. VEGETABLES Fresh from the Garden Daily. Fresh Butter and New Laid Eggs. GOODS DKUVEBHD PBOMPTLY. HIGH STREET This is the Original Studio of Williams Brothers and the only Photographic Business established in Rhyl in the year 1885. Also at R M. EVANS & CO., QUEEN'S GALLERY, (Next to Queen's Hotel), WEST PARADE, RHYL. of Byrne & Co., Richmond, Photographers to Queen Victoria; late of Vernon Kaye, South Kensington s Paris Exhibition, Highest Quality of Work at Moderate Charges Mr R. M. Evans thanks his innumerable patrons for their support, and will in the ftture exert him- self to excel in his acknowledged excellence o the prodaction of High-class Portraiture. WILLIAMS BROS., The Magnet Studio, (Opposite the Post Office), MENAI HOUSE, 37, QUEEN STREET, RHYL The Noted Establishment for Fresh Poultry and Fruit. A large Stock of Tinned Goods, Sweets and Candied Fruit always on hand. A tpeciality :—EXCELLENT TEA. FROM 1110 TO 2/6 PER LB. FRESH BUTTER & EGGS DAILY. D. J. GRIFFITH, Proprietor. Sole Agent for Chapman's Royal Cattle Oils, Home-made Bread. THE HOME.MADE BREAD SHOF. J. T. JONES, ■pAMIir^UROCER & rjTEA DEALEJ BAZBB, PBOVXSXON DEALEB, TAjjIAN WAREHOUSEMAN ALED HOUSE, 27, WELLINGTON ROAD, BHYL The best of Everythila GRAND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. The Rhyl Boxing-Day EISTEDDFOD TO BE HELD AT THE PIER GRAND PAViLION, DEC. 26TH. ATTRACTIONS Male Voice and Juvenile Choir Competitions. Solo Contests. Great Competition for the Bardic Chair. AETISTB — MISS EDITH REMA, Of Loudon and Provincial Concerts. Afternoon Meeting. 1 p.m., president, A. L. CLEWS, J.P., Etlq. Evening Meeting, 6 p.m., president, R. LLEWELYN JONES, Esq. Cbpap Admission: Front Seat. Two Meetings. 3s. Second Seats, do., Is 6j; Frout Seats, Simple Meeting, Front Seats, 2s; Second Seats, do., If. BOOK SEATS EARLY. THE LONDON AND CUMBRIAN MUSIC WAREHOUSE, HIJH STREET, RHYL. GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Preparatory to the disposal of the Business. The large and select Stock of PIANOS, ORGANS, VIOLINS, MANDOLINES. MELO- DIONS, FLUTES, AND OTHER INSTRUMENTS, MUSICAL FITTINGS, SHEET AND OTHER MUSIC, together with a stock of HIGH CLASS JAPANESE GOODS. Will be offered at RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES to CLEAR. IMMKNSE ilEuUCTIONS ON GOODS. The SALE will extend for a FEW WEEKS only. A Splendid opportunity to secure choice and useful Christmas Presents AT VERY LOW PRICES. FRED WALLIS, AUCTIONEER AND VALUKft, ACCOUNTANT, HOUSE £ ST ATE tc I N IT a a. N" AGENT. Collector of Income Tax for th e Parishes of Rhudd- lan (Rhyl) and St. Asapb. Furnished and Uufurnished Houses To Le on application. NTS COLLECTED Town Hall Buildings, Wellington Road, Rhyl, AND AT High Street, St. Asaph ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL JEj WELLINGTON KOAD, UHYL. REV. J. VERKXSR JONES, PASTOR. WILL PREACH ON SUNDAY. Sarvices, Morning at 11. Evening 6-30. Oollectionafter each Service. CHRIST CHIT R C H, ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL, WATER STREET. Scivices 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. PREACHER FOR NEXT SUNDAY— REV. E. E. INGHAM Pasror. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. NEXT SUNDAY, REV. H. LEFROY YOHKE. III the morning, and MR. LEWIS JONES In the Evening. WibL PREACH. Sittings for Strangers Free. Sittings to Let-Apply to J. Amos, Sussex St Collections at each Service. Morning at 11; Evening at 6.30. Week Evening Service, Wednesday at 7-30 Prayer Meeting on Friday at 7-30. Bravo Rhyl! Another Feather In your Cap. Copy of Letter recently received from the most eminent Hypnotist and Ventriloquist of the day—DR. WALFORD BODIE :— DEAR SIR,—Kindly forward half dozen bottles of your most excellent Essence of Linseed. Not only myself, but the members of my company find it to be the surest cure for coughs and affections of the chest, maladies which, in our profession, we are all subject to. As a stimulant to the voice, when it is overtaxed, it is the finest cure I know of. I shall at all times have the greatest pleasuie in recommending it to the profession. P. O. enclosed.— Yours truly, WALFORD BODIE. The above preparation is obtainable only from P.J.ASHFIELD.M.P.S STOFE CHEMIST, 66, HIGH STREET, RHYL, n 2/2 I PROFITABLE EXTRAS I • FOR ALL CLASSES OF SHOPKEEPERS. [ TOBACCO, CIGARS, CIGARETTES, AND ( TOBACCONISTS' PJUIQY GOODS. < All Maniftctaran' Packet Tobaccos, I Cigarettes, and other Tobacconists' Pro- prietary goods supplied at Manufacturers' ( own last r^lcea. Every Smoker's Re- I quislta and NovelUe»-Up to Dato-in I one order. < MINIMUM Of TROUBLE-MAXIMUM of PROFIT > j Stud for Illustrated Prict List {200 pages) postfree. j SUHiLETQH A COLE,JBIRM/MGHAM. 1 ABERGELE AND PENSARN URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL, TO PAVIORS,[CONTRACTORS AND OTHERS. fflENDERS are invited for the rekirbing and X Paving of certain footways within ihe Urban District with(a) Gwespyr stone kirbs and Penmaen- mawr paving slabs (b) with Gwespyr stone kirbs and Bucklev tile paving (as an alternative) for certain footways and with Gwespyr stone kirbs and asphaltic paving as to certain other footways. In all about 1702 square yards of Peumsenmawr or Buckley tile and paving 3978 super yards asphaltic piving, and 1600 yards Lineal Gwespyr stone Kirbing. Specifications can be seen, forms of Tenders and approximate quantities etc., for the different paving can be obtained on and after the 2Sth day of December at the Offices of George and William C. Bell, the Councils Engineers Wellington Chambers, Rhyl, or at my Office Town Hall, Abergele. Tenders to be sent to me endorsed Tender for Paving" on or befoie the 13th day of January, 1900. (Signed) EDWARD A CRAB BE, Clerk to the Council. Dated Town Hall, Abergele, 21st, December, 1899. TO THE WINE AND SPIRIT TRADE* MJS. TOM PATTEN ^having been appointed Representative for Messrs Koppenhagen & Co the well known Wine and Brandy Im- porters and Shippers of 9 and 10 Great Tower Street, Street, London, E.C., &c., will shortly have plaasnre in submitting samples to the Trade generally and trusts to merit a fair share of patronage. I Having just resigned a similar position under the Firm of Messrs Cooper & Co Burton-on- Trent, which he has held for a number of years he trusts the experience gained will enable him to fully meet the wishes and requirements of his customers and the Trade generally. Xmas Cards! Xmas Cards Xmas Cards! The best Selection in Town is to be had at AMOS BROS, 13j Sussex Street & 6, Wellington Chamberq, ",= nd not only the best but also the largest and the cheap3S t. 14 Cards to the Dozen. Is. Boxes t 10|d. 2 6d. „ „ 4|d. All this Year's Cards. No Old Stock. AMOS BROTHERS have also a new Stock of Stationery and Fancy Goods suitable for Christmas Presents. SAMPLE BOOKS SENT TO ANY ADDRESS. J Private Christmas Greeting Cards. A Magnificent Selection At Amos Brothers, 13, Sussex Street AND 6, Wellington Chambers THE BEST STOCK IN RHYL. srlllllll.l.llllll.ll | SMOKE | | NICHOLIiS' I "JOHN | I PEEL » S A fine dark Shagg, of grand V flavour and quality, a Manufactured by— J THOS. MiCHOLLS A Co„ S 5 # Tobacco Manufacturers, CHESTER. H Fo* the convonlonco of LADIEV, SOUTHAI.LS. SANITARY TOWELS AN now sold In Packets containing luUMaft Size l at Sixpence. Sold by G. E. GRATTON, Dispensing Chemist, Queen Street Pharmacy, Rhyl. Sold also in Packets of one doz.,Ifas follows:- Size t, Is.; Size 2, Is. 6d.; Size 3 and 4 (differing in shape), 2 s.; by all Ladies' Oatfitters, Chemistg See., throug hout the wo lr5. WINE MERCHAN-K, j 1 HIGH STREET, (Ne*r the Fountain^ ALES, v GUINNESS' DUBLIN y. I ".TOUT, V „ AND Gold Label ^VHIGHLAND BOTTLE. WHISKY. sis John Jameson's n-dSH WHISKY IT end Norman & Co.'s V COGNAC B11 ANDY and CHAMPAGNES. Frill Prifip "Lists nr Aj Bass & Co.'s Light Bottling Al e 0 Imperial Pints er doz. Half Pints /6 „ Half gallon Screw Flagons of Burton Ale and Guinness' Stout at 1/- and 1/2. Bass & Co.'s Ale in 9 and 18 gallon casks m ta I/- per gallon. Do. Pale Ale, 1/8 per gallon. RHYL RECORD & ADVERTISER May be had from the Publishers, AMos BBOTHKBS Hypos Delivered in Town. 8. o I s D. One quarter 1 8 One quarter. 1 1 Half-yearly 3 4 Half-yearly 2 2 Nearly 6 8 1 Yearly 4 4 Or No order for the change of Con- I tract Advertisements can be attended to after 6 p.m. on Wednesday.

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