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i RHYL Town Hall. THURSDAY, Sept. 12th. GRAND Complimentary BENEFIT TO E.H. WILLIAMS (Proprietor RHYL MERRIE MEN). A Splendid Enter- tainment guar- anteed. EVERYTHING NEW FOR THIS NIGHT. f J- SEE BILLS. -r THE STEAMERS OF THE ST. GEORGE'S S.S. CO. LIMITED, Will ply (weather and other causes permitting; on one of the most beautiful Rivers :n Wales, between DEGANWY, CONWAY, AND TREFRIW. From From Rstrnrn from Date of Sailing. Deganwy. Conway. Trefriw. SEPTEMBER. 10 Tuesday 8.0 a.m. 8.10 a.m. 9.45 a.m. II Wednesday 8.25 8.35 „ ..10.35 „ 12 Thursday 8.48 9 o ..11.15 13 Friday 950 955,, ..11.50 x4 Saturday io. 8 10-15 ..12.25 p m. FAPES-Fore End, Is.; Cabin and Peck, Is. 6d.; Return, 2s. 6d. t Doubtful if Steamers will reach Trefriw. Fares according to distance. For the convenience of Passengers, uncheons and Teas will be ready on arrival at the Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. For further particulars apply to Mess:s. P and H. Lewis, Conway and Llanrwst; Messrs. Roberts and Co., Quay, Conway; The Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw; Mr. Tomkinson, McFtya Street, Llandudno; Mr. Slater, Photo Artist, Mostyn Street, Llandudno; Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Penmaenmawr; Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy; and at all the priucipal Hotels in the neighbourhood. Please note the name of this Company's Steam- ers-'ST. GEORGE' and 'NEW ST. GEORftE.* A Note of WARNING 2 First -t"7.es London 18O. & 1896. PHILIP THOMAS family Bread Baker, Cook & Confectioner, 63, High Street, RHYL.. H.B.-Two doors from the Post Officc. Can supply you wh the Best Bread Confectionery and Cakes in variety made by a staff of experienced and most efficient workmen. All goods are made from the finest mat- erials and guaranteed. Compare and find our goods cannot be excelled. Veal & Ham Pies and Fruit Tarts in dishes to order. -0- High class Tea and Lunceohn Terms. PRESBYTERIANCHURCH WALES ENGLISH SP-RVIC-ES Will be held at the TOWN HALL, PRESTATYN, EVERY SABBATH DAY Under the auspices of the Vale of Clwyd Monthly Meeting, Morning at 10 45. Evening at 0. ALL ARE INVITED, To be Let TO LET, House and Shop, 21, Wellington road. Apply J. ROBERTS, Ironmonger. TO LET.—40, JOHN STREET, from 1st September.—Apply on premises. APARTMENTS with or without Board Central. Terms Moderate. Permanent or otherwise.—AitoS, 7, Bodfor Street. TO LET.—STANLEY PARK GARDENS, Rhyl, comprising Orchard, Market Gar- den, Greenhouse (45ft. by 15ft.), Vinery, Hen Houses and four-roomed Cottage. Area 3,584 square yards, surrounded by walls, varying in height from 7 ft. 6 in. to 10ft.-Apply to R. JONES, Stanley Park. To be Sold. BICYCLE FOR SALE— £ 10 10s. Machine, only been ridden 6 months, will sell less than half price. Owner giving up riding.- Apply, 'BICYCLE," 'Advertiser' Office. MR. J. A. HARKER, Highfield Park, Rhyl, can spare a few of his long-distance Homers. Can be seen by Post Card appoint- ment. mo PRINTERS AND OTHERS.—To be Sold a little beauty WIRE-STICHER. Makes its own Staples. In good working order. Dis- posing of it to make room for a larger machine. Will stitch 2,000 an hour.—For terms, &c., ap- ply to AMOS BROS, 'Advertiser' Office, Rhyl. FOP SALE.—GENT'S BICYCLE, excellent condition, reasonable offer. Also Girl's, suitable for 9 to 14 years.—Apply, A, 23, Queen Street. RHYL.—TO BE SOLD-Two nice VILLAS, with good Garden and Building Land. Road and Drainage completed. The above are well tenanted.—Apply, BLYTHIN No. 1, 13, Brighton Road, Rhyl. FOR^LE^ATSplendid TWO-WHEELED TRAP. First cLsa condition. Polished Blank with Silver-p L e;i mans, Lancewood shafts. 412, cost ;C40. -JolqFs, Freelands, Prestatyn. YjlRLE ADVERTISING.—PROPERTIES FOR JT SALE or 10 BE LET.—Property ownei and others desirous of disposing of Property, Busi. ness, &c., by Private Treaty, are invited to send full particulars to the undermentioned for insertion (free of charge) in the "North 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 pos i apptt cation to the Proprietors and Pub 5-4 GZF. ENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneer '{ and Estate Agents, Rhyl. rpO BE LET OR SOLb-No. I. Queen Stree J_ Rhyl.—Corner Shop with large plate glas window and good dwelling House attached Immediate possession for further particulars.— Apply o Mr. FBANCIS GEABY, F.A.I., Auctioneer &c., Market Street, Rhyl. Wanted. WANTED.—A STRONG YOUTH as POR- TER. Must furnish satisfactory refer- ences.-Apply, STAR SUPPLY STORES, Phyl. OST.-ON Saturday, August 31st, between Abbey Street and the Niggers a GOLD EXPANDING BROOCH. Finder on returning same to 13, Abbey Street, will be rewarded. ANTED.-For fortnight from Sept. 6th, a W Sitting and Two Bedrooms (one single and one double three persons) on first floor, front, near Pier.—Apply, stating terms, P.M., 116, Long Street, Atherstone. WANTED.—A Good GENERAL. Also a BOY to look after Horse and make him- self generally useful.—Apply, ROYAL HOTEL, Rhyl. WANTED—GOOD GENERAL.' Mu&t be able to Cook.—Apply Mrs. MANLEY, 40, Joh Street, Rhyl. AVJS YOUR UMBRELLA RE-COVERED with Hat wood's Special Material, which does not split in the folds and lasts three times as long as ordinary Silks. Hatwood keeps experienc ed hands for this kind of work and Umbrellas can be re-covered in the course of an hour or twoat HATWOOD, Queen Street. I YOUNG LADY desires employment in a Business or otherwise. Experienced, accustomed to Book-keeping, good Needle- woman.—Apply. B.W., 5, Codben Terrace, Brighton Road. WANTED —A YOUTlfas an APPRENTICE to the PRINTING.—Apply at the ADVER- TISER' OFFICE, Rhyl. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, 3RIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. NEXT SUNDAY, REV. J. C. STEWART, Pastor. Sittings for Strangers Free. Collections at each Service. Morning at 11; Evening at 6.30. Week Evening Service, Wednesday at 7-30 p.m Praver Meetinsr on Friday at 7.30. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHAPEL WKIXINGTOV HO AD, KHYL. REV. W. G. OWEN, Beaumaris. WILL PRBACK ON SUNDAY. Rer vieee. Tdorning at 11. Evening 6-30. Collection after each Service. CHRIST CHCJRCQ ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL, WATER STREET. PREACHER FOR NEXT SUNDAY— REV. E. E. INGHAM, Pastor, ex vices 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. A. Crampton, PAINTER PAPERHANGER, AND GENERAL HOUSE DECORATOR. ESTIMATES SUBMITTED. All Work done under PERSONAL SUPER- VISION. VRONDEG, 49, Wellington-rd.) Rhyl If you want a treat of something you can eat, lien come to The Tit-Bit Restaurant MARKET STREET, Where you gan get FIRST CLASS CAKES AND CONFECTIONERY Also HOT MEAT PIES, 2d. each. SANDWICHES, from 2d. each. BOVRIL, 3d. per Cup. TEA, COFFEE, COCOA, 2d. per Cup. MEALS provided on Reasonable Terms. DINNERS MADE TO ORDER. PLAIN TEAS, 6d. Each. PARTIES CATERED FOR, Don't forget the ADDRESS- MARKET STREET. I < Sales by Auction. RHYL, NORTH WALES. Important Sale of Valuable Freehold Boarding House, Dwelling Houses, and Building Land, situate on the West Parade. Water Street, and Crescent Road. MR. FRED. WALLIS has been favoured witn instructions to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the ALEXANDRA HOTEL, RHYL, ON THURSDAY, 19th day of SEPT., 1901, at 3 30 for 4 o'clock in the afternoon, in one or the following or such other lots as shall be deter- mined upon at the time of the Sale, and subject to Conditions which will incorporate the Ches- ter and North Wales Public Sale Conditions, WEST PARADE. LOT 1.—All that most desirable Dwelling. house, No 22, West Parade, Rhyl. The House contains: -Entrance Hall, Draw- ing Room, Dining Room, Sitting Room, 10 Bed- rooms, W.C., Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry. Yard and the usual Out Offices. WEST PARADE & WATER ST LOT 2.—All that excellent well-known Board- ing.House called Clifton House,' West Parade and Water Street, Rhyl. The house has two Entrances from Water Street, and contains:—Large Entrance Hall, Drawing Room. Dining Room, 24 Bedrooms, Smoke Room, Bath Room, 4 W.C.'s, Kitchens. Yard and the usual Out Offices. The premises comprising Lots 1 and 2 are now occupied together by Mrs. Chilwell as a Boarding-House, and are admirably built and adapted for the purpose, as evinced by the large business done and the popularity of the estab- lishment. CRESCENT ROAD. LOT 3.—All that well-built and commodious Dwelling House, No. 2, Crescent Road, Rhyl, now in the occupation of Mr. and Mrs. Brookes. The house contains:—Drawing Room. Dining Room, Breakfast Room, Sitting Room, 5 Bed- rooms, W.C.. Kitchen, Scullery, Yard, and the usual Out Offices. LOT 4.—All that excellent and commodious Dwelling House, No-. 4, Crescent Road, Rhyl. in the occupation of Mrs. Gandon. The house contains: -Drawing Room, Dining Room. Breakfast Room, 7 Bedrooms, W.C., Kitchen, Pantries, Yard, and the usual Out Offices. Lots 3 and 4 are exceedingly well built, have large and lofty rooms, and are extremely well adapted for letting Apartments, and being so well situated and near the front always com- mand good tenants. LOT 5.-All that piece of most desirable Building Land, situate in Crescent Road, Rhyl, within a minute's walk of the Esplanade, and lying between Lot 4 and the Plymouth Brethren Chapel, and comprising 1,064 square yards or thereabouts. The whole of the above Property is mogt a> mirably situated in the best part of Rhvl. and affords an excellent opportunity for investment or purchase for business purposes. All the houses are in capital repair and condi- tion, considerable sums having been recently spent upon the internal decorations and outside repairs. For further particulars apply to the AUC. TIONEER, Rhyl, or to MR. G. H. MORGAN, Solicitor Shrewsbury. THURSDAY NEXT, SEPT. 12TH, AT 1 ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. FRANK LLOYD & SONS Have good Entries, including 50 to 60 Fat and Store Cattle. 600 Sheep, Calves, and Pigs. MORE ENTRIES IOVITED. RHYL CHORAL SOCIETY. SEASON igoi-92. A General Meeting of the above Society will be held at the Board Room of the Town Hall, Rhyl, on FRIDAY NEXT, the 13th Sept., at 8 30 p.m. Chair to be taken by W. J. P. Storey, Esq., J.P. Business Passing Balance Sheet and Elec- tion of Officers, &c. All members of the Society are earnestly re- quested to attend. GRAND PAVILION, RHYL. Proprietors: Messrs. W. Carter & S. Warhurst Theatrical Manager: Mr. Arthur Laceby FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 6th & 7th, At 8, and SATURDAY, Matinee at 2 30. Mr. Ben Greet's Principal Company. THE BELLE of NEW YORK. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, oPECIAL Grand Sacred Concert 'Auguste VAN BIENE Will play amongst other 'Cello Solos, "THE BROKEN MELODY." And MissMelene Valme the Famous Contralto, will be of the party. SEPTEMBER 9th, FOR THREE NIGHTS, The Successful Facical Comedy, FACING THE MuSIC. No. 1 Company from the Strand Theatre, London. Early Doors 6d. extra to all parts at 7. Or- dinary Doors, 7 30. Curtain rises at 8 p.m. Prices: Private Boxes to hold four, jBl Is. and 15s. each; single seats, 5s. 6d. and 4s.; Orchestra Stalls, 2s. Pit and Balcony, Is.; Back Seats (limited), 6d. half price to all parts except back seats at 9 15. BIJOU PAVILION, VICTORIA PIER. Edison's Animated Pictures, Direct from St. James's Great Hall, Manchester Visited by over 1,000,000 people. DAILY FROM 11 A.M. TO 10 P.M. Admission, including Pier, 6d. Children, half-price. Few Reserved Seats, Is. The Grosvenor TEMPERANCE Commercial Hotel, Close to the Railway Station, corner of Bodfor and Kinmel Streets. Commercial, Sitting and Smoke Rooms, Large Coffee and Dining Rooms. Three-course Dinner for Is. 6d. Good Is. Dinners in Dining Room. Ham and Eggs, Chops or Steaks at any time. Dinners daily from 12 to 2. Boarding terms 5s. 6d. per day; 6s. 6d. in July and August. All kinds of Parties, Ball Suppers, Wedding Breakfasts, etc., catered for on reasonable terms. A W JAME3 (Successor to Charles Snowden). Sales by Auction. TOWN OF RHYL. MR. FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., has received instructions from Mr. Andrew Willi uns to SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the ROYAL HOTEL, RHYL, on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th, 1901, At four o'clock in the afternoon prompt, the following desirable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. viz. :-All those two substantially-built Dwelling Houses known as "MONTROSE HOUSE" and "WEST DENE," situate in Butterton Road, Rhyl, together with the site thereof, containing a total area of 475 square yards (more or less), and now in the respective occupations of Messrs. Mamie and Evans, and Mrs. Shawcross as annu- al tenants at rentals of B55 and £33 respectively. Each house contains:—On ground floor, En- trance Hall and Vestibule, Dining Rooms, Breakfast Room, Pantry, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, with Wash-house, W.C., Coal Place, and good Yard outside. On first floor, 2 Sitting Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, and WC. On second floor, 4 Bed- rooms and Bathroom (h. and c.). The Houses are well built, faced wholly with White Brick, and are within a few yards of the Promenade. For further particulars apply to the AUC- TIONEER, Market Street, Rhyl (Telephone, No. 25) or to MESSRS. GAMLIN & WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Rhyl. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. -ø_- PENTRE TREWYN VILLA, 31. KINMEL STREET, RHYL. MR. FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., will SELL BY AUCTION on TUESDAY, Sept. 24th, 1901. the whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. AND EFFECTS. TOWN HALL, RHYL. Important and Attractive Sale of Carved Oak, Inlaid Chippindale. and other Superior House- hold Furniture. Having been favoured with instructions, MR. FRANK JEWELL will SELL BY PUB- LIC AUCTION on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, 1901. A quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Which will be removed to the Town Hall for convenience of Sale, comprising in brief :-Ip- laid Chippendale Mahogany Suite. covered with Silk Tapestry, consisting of Settee, 2 Easy Chairs, and 3 Single Chairs; Inlaid Walnut Chiffonier, with Marble Slab. Rosewood Cabin- et, with bevelled peak mirrors, Mahogany Music Stand. Rosewood Music Cabinet, Mahoganv Dining Table, very handsome Suite in Dark Carved Oak, upholstered in plush, consisting of Settee with panelled back, 2 Easy Chairs, and 6 Single Chairs Bedroom Suite in Walnut and Ash, Wardrobe, Dressing Chest and Washstand. with bevelled plate mirror, Handsome Bedroom Suite in Rosewood, consisting of Carved Ward- robe. with bevelled plate mirror and glass panel; Cabinet Washstand with marble top, Dressing Table, Chairs, and Towel Rail; Brass-mounted Bedsteads, Spring. Hair and Wool Mattresses, Feather and Wool Beds, a large quantity of House Linen, Carved Light Oak Hall Table, Light Oak Hat anl Umbrella Stand, with pan- elled tiled back, bevelled plate mirror, and marble slab; Inlatd Walnut Overmantel, with bevelled mirrors, Carved Dark Oak Occasional Table, Painted Toilet Tables, Towel Rails. Cane-seated Chairs, Toilet Ware. Several very handsome and expensive Carpets, also a Violin in Case (' Copirde Antonius Stradinarius Clam- onenfio'), Rich-toned Auto-harp in Case. and a quantity of well-preserved domestic appurten- ances. ON VIEW MORNING OF SALE. Sale to Commence at 1 30 promptly. Fuller particulars may be had from the AUC- TIONEER at Office, Cehtral Buildings. Prestatyn. RHYL URBAN DISTRICT. GAME LICENSES. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Rhyl Urban District Council will deal with applications for GAME LICENSES at their Meeting on MONDAY, September 9th, 1901. at 3 p.m., at the Council Chamber. Town Hall. Applications in writing must be sent to the undersigned not later than 11 a.m. on the above- named day. Dated this 4th day of September, 1901. • (Signed) ARTHUR ROWLANDS, .(Signed) ARTHUR ROWLANDS, Clerk to the Council. Council Offices Clwyd Street: Rhyl. 8s. 6c. HARVEST THANKSGIVING 1901. BY desire of a Meeting of Delegates from the various Places of Worship in, the Town, J. I beg to invite the observance of THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th. 1901, As a day for holding the usual Harvest Thanks- giving Festival. It is hopd that all Places of Business will be closed throughout the day. Dated this 20th day of August, 1901. E. P. JONES. Chairman of the Rhyl Urban District Council. Council Office, Rhyl. RE WILLIAM REYNOLDS, DECEASED. PURSUANT to an Act of Parliament, 22 and 23, Victoria, Chapter 35, intituled 'An Act to further amend the Law of Property and to relieve Trustees.' "VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all cre- _LN ditors and persons having any claims or demands upon or against we Estate of William Reynolds, late of Stanley Park, Rhyl, in the County of Flint formerly of High Street, Rhyl, aforesaid, Painter, Plumber and Glazier, de- ceased (who died on the 10th day of May, 1901, and whose Will was proved by Messrs. Mark F:emington. of Glaston Road, Street, in the County of Somerset, Grocer, and Joseph Will- iams, of Rhyl, aforesaid, Auctioneer, the Sur- viving Executors therein namel on the 19th day of June, 1901, in the St. Asaph District Registry of the Probate Division of the High Court of Jus- tice) are hereby required to send in the particu- lars of their claims and demands to the under- signed, the Solicitor of the said Executors, on or before the 19th day of October, 1901. AND NOTICE is hereby also given that after that day the said Executors will proceed to dis- tribute the assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims of which the said Executors shall then have notice, and that they will not be liable for the assets or any part thereof so distributed to any person of whose debt or claim they shall not then have had notice. Dated this 4th day of September, 1901. A. LEWIS JONES, Russell Road, Rhvl, Solicitor for Executors. TOWN HALL, PRESTATYN. GRAND Evening Concept MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th, Special engagement of-Soprano MISS GERTRUDE HUGHES, Of the Crystal Palace & Queen's Hall Concerts Contralto: MADAME HANNAH JONES, Of the principal London & Provincial Concerts. Tenor: MR. SETH HUGHES. BARITONE MR. MEUR1G JAMES. Sales by Auction. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS will SELL J»Y AUCTION early this month in the TOWN HALL, RHYL. A large Assortment of EXCELLENT RESI. DENTIAL FURNITURE and EFFECTS. Surplus Furniture can be included. County Chambers, Rhyl. H. A. STEER, WINE MERCHANT 73, HIGH ST., RHYL (Near the Fountain). Gold Label Highland Whiskey As supplied to COL. CORNWALLIS West, Ruthin Castle, During the visit of H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES (now HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD VII.) May, 1898. Bass & Co.'s Light Bottling Ales Imperial Pints 2/6 per doz. Half Pints 1/6 11 Bass & Co's Ale in 9 and 18 gallon casks from 1/- per gallon. Do. Pale Ale, 1/8 per gallon. Sparkling Saumar, finest extra quality made and fermented on exactly the same principle as the finest Champagnes. Recommended with the utmost confidence to Connoisseur and Invalid. Bottles, 42s. dozen half bottles. 24s. Length of Cellars at St. Hilaire, St. Florent, 6 miles, 346 yards. Visitors are cordially invited. CIGARS, RETAIL AND WHOLESALE. Kenewal of Royal Honours. R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, HAVE BEEN SPECIALLY APPOINTED PURVEYORS OF TABLE WATERS TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING. London Agents: D. WHEATLEY & SON, 24, South Audley Street RHIL RECORD & ADVERTISER1 May be had from the Publishers, AMOS BROS. By Post. Delivered in Town. s. d. s. d. One quarter 1 8 One quarter 1 1 Half-yearly 3 4 Half-yearly 2 2 Yearly 6 8 Yearly 4 4] All communications to be addressed to the Editor. Telegraphic address, "Advertiser," Rhyl. Telephone, No. 0190.