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FATAL STABBING CASE.

ESCAPES FROM A BURNING HOUSE.

MANCHESTER MAN'S SUICIDE.

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SALES BY AUCTION, TOWN OF RHYL. Sale of a very choice FREEHOLD RESI- DENTIAL PROPERTY, situate in a private and convenient position in the above Sea- side Resort. MESSRS. WM. DEW & SON have been itjL instructed by Mrs. R. Oldfield to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the WESTMINSTER HOTEL, RHYL, on MON- DAY, AUGUST 11th, at 2 o'clock, that Valu- able FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPER- TY known as GORPHWYSFA," which stands, on an area of 2,806 square yards or thereabouts, having frontages to Wellington Road, River Street, and Maude Street. This Freehold Property comprises a sub- stantially well-built Residence, which contains the following accommodation:—A spacious and picturesque Entrance Hall, three very fine Entertaining Rooms, Billiard Room, Smoke Room, and 10 Bedrooms, Bath Room, and superior domestic offices. The private grounds are neatly laid out, and there is a Kitchen Garden, a Gardener's Cottage, Stable, Saddle Room, Coach-house, and Coachman's Rooms. The vendor has just completed the total re- novation of this house, and the internal paint- ing and papering have been carried out with good taste and at considerable cost, and it is now ready for occupation, and arrangements can be made for immediate possession. The situation is very convenient, as it is within ten minutes' walk of the Railway Sta- tion and Pier, and within five minutes' walk of the Marine Lake, the Parade, and sandy beach, where there is safe boating and ha tiling. Intending purchasers can obtain permission to view the house from Mr. Oldfield, at his Office, Gladstone Buildings, near the Railway Station, Rhyl. Rhyl is an exceedingly healthy and favourite Welsh seaside resort, and it is within easy reach of the large Midland towns, a good town for educational purposes, and -is well- known for its golf links and other amuse- ments. Particulars with plan may be obtained in due course of MESSRS. LLOYD & ROBERTS, Solicitors, Ruthin, or of the AUCTIONEERS, Bangor, Carnarvon, and Llandudno. GWAENYSGOR. SALE OF A HIGHLY DESIRABLE AND VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MR. WILLIAM FREEMAN will offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at tha RAILWAY HOTEL, PRE.STATYN, on FRI- DAY, the 15th day of AUGUST. 1902, at 3 30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such con- ditions of sale as shall then be produced and read) the undermentioned Valuable FREEHOLD FARM, &-c., viz. ALL THAT Farm, with the messuage, tene- ment, or farm house and premises called 'TY ISSAF Farm, situate in the Parish, of Gwaen- YSgOI, in the County of Flint, and now in the occupation of Mr. Richard Jackson, and containing by admeasurement 68 acres, 3 roods, and 18 perches or thereabouts. AND ALSO ALL THOSE several Pieces, Parcels, or Quillets of Land, formerly forming part of the farm and lands known as 'BRYNYFFYNNON,' situate in the said Par- ish of Gwaenysgor, containing together 1 acre and 34 perches or thereabouts, in the occu- pation of the said Mr. Richard Jackson. AND ALSO ALL THAT Quillet, Piece or Parcel of Land situate at Four Crosses Road, near Gwaenysgor, and known as the FOUR CROSSES QUILLET, containing by admea- surement 1.J acres or thereabouts, also in the 4 occupation of Mr. Richard Jackson. The whole of the above-described premises are let on an annual tenancy at £ 88 per annum. The farm is in an excellent state of cultiva- tion, and the farmhouse and buildings are in a good state of repair. Three-fourths of the purchase money can be had on mortgage at a reasonable, late of in- terest. Plans and particulars are in course of pre- paration, and application therefore should be made to the AUCTIONEER, at his. Office, Lion Hotel, Holywell, or to MR. ANEURIN O. EVANS. Solicitor, Denbigh. THURSDAY NEXT, .AUG. 14th, at 1 O'clock. SPECIAL FORTNIGHTLY SALE IN ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD FRANK LLOYD & sass Will Sell 80 to 100 Fat and Store Cattle. 800 to 900 Fat Sheep and Lambs, Pigs and Calves. p 11 MORE ENTRIES EXPECTED 8: INVITED. G. GOULD, LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER, THE PARAGON. 64 & 65, HIGH STREET, RHYL IS NOW SHOWING A i CHOICE SELEC. TION OF NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. SEE WINDOWS FOR THE LATEST NOVELTIES. In SHAW'S GIFT. THIS HANDSOME T?DDTI f BLOUSE I In order to clear out the remainder of a Bankrupt Stock of Costume MB Clothes, we will send a Tailor- small sum of £ 5/ or tvvo 2 9j> on all goods, and we will include JBHf Jn with each skirt, free of all charge, a handsome Silkctte Blouse, with BjjfflCF appearance to Silk, and wearing twice as long. These Skirts are cut o a HA in the very Latest Fashion. HHH SIND AT ONCE H In order to secure § oo this great bargain, as « o, 'flHOnfm after present Stock is £ g exhausted this offer E. cannot be repeated. 2^ Money rctnined if not satisfied. ADDRESS SMA & CO., THE LONDON TAILORS (Dept W.P.) 6, LOVE LANE, WOOD ST., LON, ON. E.n. I Spring frame Cycles] *8 (3.S.A. Patents) Ladies' or Gent/sHir^jHS R| luxury to all riders. Diagrams and all fflS ■|B information in booklet post free. H5 SH BIRMINGHAM SMALL ARMS CO., Ltd., rBm gjg BIRMINGHAM. TO BE LET. ljlREE CORNER PUBLIC HOUSE to Let I- in a good drinking Locality near Ex- change Station, Liverpool. Tenant proves tailings JB16 to JE18 weekly. Free from Brew- er and Spirit Merchant. Comfortable seven- roomed living House. Price of ingoing, £ 250. —Address, Mr. TIDSWELL, Valuer, cvc., 37a, Manchester Street, Liverpool. rilO BE SOLD.—Freehold House, No. 52, -L KINMEL ST., Rhyl, at present unoccu- pied; rental, -232. Offices, No. 51, Kinmel Street, known as COUNTY CHAMBERS, let at a net yearly rental of £ 25. Also COT- TAGE at rear, let at 5s. per week clear. On site containing about 225 square yards. Price £ 1,050.—Apply to THOMAS DAVIES, 106, Borough Road, Birkenhead. RHYL.—BOARD, RESIDENCE, or PRI- VATE APARTMENTS conveniently situ- ated, near Sea and Station. Home Comforts. Terms moderate AMOS, Eagle House, 9, Bodfor Street, Rhyl. TO BE LET.—Good Shop and House, cen- trally situated. Splendid stand in the principal Street of Rhyl. Immediate possess- ion. Rent on application to JOSEPH WILL- IAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD.—A Charming HOUSE, known as VICTORIA LODGE, Victoria Avenue (off Sea Bank Road). Two Entertaining, 5 Bedrooms, Bath, &c. Rent, £ 25. Vacant 1st May. Price and further par- ticulars may be obtained of Mr. FRANCIS GEARY, Auctioneer, Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD.—West Parade, Rhyl, NEWLY-ERECTED DWELLING HOU- SES, well suited for Boarding or High Class Lodging Houses, well and substiantially built and fitted with Lifts and al'l modern conven- iences. For particulars apply to GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneers, &c., Market Street, Rhyl. HOUSES TO BE LET OR SOLD.—MODEM conveniences, pleasantly situated. Rents from JB52 to L50. Also several good Plots of BUILDING LAND for Sale ciieap.-A-oplv, W. J. SIMCOCK, Architect, Surveyor, and Valuer, N. and S.W. Bank Chambers, Rhyl. LYTHAM & ST. ANNE'S-ON-TIIE-SEA.— FURNISHED APARTMENTS.—Holiday- makers seeking a quiet seaside and rural resort on the Lancashire coast should visit Lytham and St. Anne's-on-the-Sea, only a few miles from Blackpool.. Those requiring Apartments would be quickly accommodated bv inserting a small advertisement in the Lytham Times and St. Anne's-on-the-Sea Gazette '32 words Is., or four insertions for 3s. 9d. This journal is the only one printed and published in this flourishing district. Addre-z, MANAGER, 'Times' Office, Lvtham. TO LET.—BRENTWOOD, Sea Bank Road, Rhyl 3 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bed- rooms, Bath and Boxroom. Perfect sanitation. Well furnished with every modern convenience. Adjoins the Marine Lake, with South aspect and uninterrupted views of the Vale of Clwyd. Rent, ;C30.-Apply to MRS. GREENHALGH, Auburn House, Sea Bank Road. FURNISHED APARTMENTS.— Londoners JC to a very large number visit Rhyl each year, and those having apartments would quick- ly let by inserting a small advertisement in the Eastern Mercury,' 30 words for Is., or three times for 2s. This. journal is the leading mid- weekly for surbarban London and Essex. Ad- dress Proprietor, the Eastern Mercury,' 827, Ley ton-stone, London, N.E. TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE.—LANDAU, in perfect condi- j' tion. Cheap.—Apply, 'J,' 'Advertiser' Office. TO BE SOLD a Four-wheeled PHAETON, in good condition.—Aonly, J. MELL- ARD, Morfa Cottage, Church Street. FARMERS and Others requiring Canvas JL Rick Covers, apply to P. DUNN, the Canvas Potentate, 11, Elwy Street, Rhyl. O BE .SOLD"—A PIANOFORTE. Price, £ 5 5s.—ROBERTS & CO., Auctioneers, Wellington Chambers. Rhyl. To BE SOLD.—A well-built FREEHOLD -L HOUSE in Rhyl, containing 2 Entertain- ing Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, 2 Attics, with usual Domestic Offices. Price. B580 A mortgage of L500 can be arranged.—ROBERTS & Co., Auc- tioneers, Wellington. Chambers, Rhyl. ON SALE.—Excellent DINING ROOM SUITE. New. Good Bargain.—Apply JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD. MARINE DRIVE, RHYL.—Good RESID- ENCE. Rent, £ 40.. Price on applica- tion.—GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auction- eers, Rhyl. TO BE SOLD. EXTENSIVE BUSINESS PREMISES IN centre of Town.—Apply, GREENHALGH AND GEARY Auctioneers Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD. OT, ASA I'll.—Charming RESIDENCE, 10 to JO 15 minutes' walk from Cathedral. Ex- tensive Gardens and Grounds, Stables and .Coach-house, and (optional) 10 to 15 acres of Laud. Rent and Price on application TO GREENHALGH AND GEARY, Auctioneers, Rhyl. FOR SALE.—PENNY-IN-THE-SLOT MA- CHINE gives weight, height, strength lungs, all for one penny: best paving machine I in England.—24, MARKET HALL, Rhyl. WANTED. WANTED.—GENERAL SERVANT.—Ap- ply, BEE HOTEL, Rhyl. TWO COTTAGES with Gardens in Meliden. —Apply, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auc- tioneer, Rhyl. -p.- RAIIERY.-Young Lady wanted as AP- JL7 PRENTICE. No premium.—Apply, ARNOLD, Chester House, Rhyl. WANTED,. IOTHER'S HELP, £ 10; VV or Good GENERAL, L12, -P20.-Apply, Mrs. WHITE, The Grange, Old Colwyn. QUEEN'S PALACE. YOUNG LADIES \oZ wanted for Pay Desks and Bars.—Ap- ply, QUEEN'S PALACE. WANTED, near Rhyl Station, SITTING- ROOM and BEDROOM, use of Bath. A permanency. State teriiisto IS,' Office of this paper. ,TOUTH (about 15) as JUNIOR CLERK.— .1.. Apply by letter to SURVEYOR OF TAXT^S, Kinmel Street, Rhyl. WANTED for 3 weeks, Comfortable (Bed- Sitting) Room. Two. sisters. State terms per week.—M, 16, Hamilton Terrace, Leamington, Spa. GENTS WTanted to start Clubs for the XI supply of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and other useful Articles. Terms liberal. Particulars and pamphlet post free.—J. W. BENSON, Limited, 62 and 64, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS facing the /COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS facing the v_y Sea.—M rs. PEPPER, The 'Victoria,' East Parade. MRS. WILLTAMS, Private Servants' Regis- try, 16, Queen Street, Rhyl. References most essential. Vacancies in England and Wales. Hours 10 to 8 p.m. Saturdays, 10 to 4p.m. At a meeting of the shareholders of the Royal Aquarium a resolution confirming the sale of the building and site to the Wesleyan Connection was carried. Lieutenant-Colonel Barlow, Royal Garrison Artil- lery, till recently in command of the 35th siege tram of the company, has been appointed to com- mar d the Royal Garrison Artillery in the Isle of Wi TOWX HALL, RHYL. Lessees ft Managers Messrs BARING Bros. Resident Manager DAVID WILLIAMS. TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY, ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF OUR NAYY MATINEE ON SATURDAY at 3. MONDAY, AUG. 11th, ONE NIGHT ONLY, LADY MAID TUESDAY 8: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 12;. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. BEN. GREET'S Company in SHERLOCK HOLMES This is the Lyceum T ersion. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14th, ONE NIGHT, JR. JJARRTSON JJILL> The Celebrated Society Entertainer. FRIDAY &- SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 & 16, TWO NIGHTS ONLY. SWEET & TWENTY Seats Booked at Treahearn's Library, Well- ington Road. CAUTION.—INSIST ON SEEING LABEL. CYMRALIS C; A most wholesome and delicious TaW Water,"—I'rcf. Wanklyn. R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, N. Wales. Established 1825. By Royal Warrant to His Majesty the King. London Agents: D. Wheatley & Sons, 24, South Audley St., W- RHYL RECORD& ADVERTiSER 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 T'.ditor. Telegraphic address, "Advertiser," Rhyl. Telephone, No. 0190.

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