JgN'GLlSH pRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ENGLISH SERVICES Will be held at the TOWN HALL, PRESTATYN, EVERY SABBATH DAY, Under the auspices of the Vale of Clwyd Month- ly Meeting. Morning at 10 45; Evening at 6. E~ NGLISH WEST.]'VAX CHURCH, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. Preacher next Sunriav • REV. THOMAS WAUGH, Connexional Evangelist. Morning at 11; Evening at 6 30. Week Evening Service, WeBnesday at 7 30 p.m.: Prayer Meeting on Friday at 7 30. Collections at each Service. I ALL ARE WELCOME. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. REV. R. R. ROBERTS, B.A., Cardiff. Will Preach on Sunday. Services, Morning at 11; Evening at 6 30. Collection after each Service. QHRIST QHURCH, ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL, WATER STREET. Preacher next Sundav REV. OWEN THOMAS, M.A., (Cantab.), London. Preacher for Next Sunday—• Llandudno. Mount College, London. _-0. Services, 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. JgNGLISH JJAPTIST QHURCH, SUSSEX STREET, RHYL. Preacher Next Sunday, IlEv. D. G. LEAVIS, > Pastor. 1 Mornmp 11. Evening at 6 30. Topic of Evening Sermon: 'A plucked brand.' Week-night Services, Tuesdays, at 7 p.m. Collections at each Service. Christian Endeavour Society Fridav evening L; 7 30. SHOP AT The Beehive SALE THIS WEEK CARPETS SQUARES RUGS, MATS, CURTAINS, etc. BARGAINS. The Beehive SUSSEX STREET, Rhyl. Nearly opposite to entrance to Queen's Arcade. Recent Additions TO IMS MdlllS UP-TO-DATE Library 13, Sussex Street AN:> 6 Wellington Road RHYL. L. Y. Meade, 'Rosebury.' Robert Barr, 'A Prince of Good Fellows.' W. R. Hodder, 'The Daughter of the Dawn.' R. Crombie and T. Wilson, The Romance of Poisons.' Perrington Primm, Ivy Garden.' 3l. Norman Silver, 'The Golden Dwarf.' lessie Reuss, Distant Lamps.' Lilian S. Arnold, Liege Lady.' W. J. Crosbie, David Maxwell.' Blarney Stone and H. Field, My Friend- Bilhooley.' R. Andom, The Identity Exchange.' Curtis Yorke, 'Because he Child.' Fred. Whishaw, Near tlfe Tsar—Near Death.' W. Clark Russell, 'Overdue.' Walter Besant, No Other Way.' Emile Zola, 'Truth.' Geo. Manville Fenn, 'Black Shadows.' Herbert Compton, -The Wilful Way.' Lionel L. Pilkington, 'Iallende-s Mistake.' W. Westall, 'The Sacred Crescents.' Ernest A. Treeton, 'The Instigator.' Florence Warden, 'The Heart of a Girl.' Owen Hall, Hernando.' W. Carter Platts, 'The Crickleton Chronicles.' Maurus Jokai, The Slaves ot the Padishah.' W. Murray Graydon, 'With. Cossack and Con- vict.' len Raine, A Welsh Witch.' TERMS— £ )D. Per Vol., or Z?D. per Week TERMS—rC Per \ol., or v/ per Week and 1 S. rtD. per Month. Books exchanged and JL per Month. Books exchanged tvhen desired. MOTORCYCLED lw .ly+" _0'0' 0 Z Z o o Are now prepared to build Motor Bicycles and Motor Tricycles to Customers own Specifications Our Own Patterns include EicyciQs from L30 Tricycles from t45 Seven Years Practical Experience of Motors. II HI W-—- — Williams & Co. 2, QUEEN STREET, GROCERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS. THE OLDEST-ESTABLISHED FIRM IN RIIYL. GROCERIES OF THE CHOICEST 1 NOTED FOR ITS PURE BREAD, HIGH-CLASS PROVISIONS, and GROCERIES of the CHOICEST QUALITY FRESH BUTTER AND EGGS DAILY FROM THE COUNTRY. J EVERYTHING AT STORE PRICES. Note the Address— 2, Queen Street, Rhyl. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. "]\/T S. HOLLOW"AY, Confectioner, &c., has _i\J. REMOVED from 16, High Street, to La Bonbonniere,' No. 8, QUEEN STREET. "Til-: STEAMERS Of the Old-Established Company, ST. G EORGE'S S.S. CO., LDIITED, Will ply (weather and other causes permitting) on one of the most beautiful Rivers in Wales, between Deganwy, Conway & Trefriw. t Boubtful if Steamers will reach Trefriw. Fares according to Distance. FARES—FORE END, Is. CABIN and DECK, Is. 6d. RETURN, 2s. 6d. For the convenience of Passengers, Lunch- eons and Teas will be ready on arrival at the Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. For further particulars apnly to Messrs. P. and H. Lewis, Conway and Llanrwst; Messrs. Roberts and Co., Quay, Conway; Messrs. R. E. Jones and Bros., Weelcly News' Offices, Conway and Colwyn Bay; The Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw Mr. Slater, Photo Artist, Mostyn I Street, Llandudno; Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Penmaenmawr; Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy; Mr. Tomkinson, Indispens- able, Colwyn Bay; and at all the principal Hotels in the neighbourhood. For further information apply to the Manager, Capt. W. Roberts, Quay, Conway. I Please note the name of this Company's :"Jteamers-' ST. GEORGE and NEW ST. GEORGE,' and that they start from the Second j Landing Stage from Deganwy Station and also j Second Stage from Conway Quay. CHEAP CONTINENTAL HOLIDAYS. In BELGIUM, including BRUSSELS for WATERLOO and the ARDENNES, &c. Via Harwich-Antwerp every week-day. Send post-card to the Continental Manager, Great Eastern Railway, Liverpool Street Sta- tion, London, E.C., for descriptive illustrated I pamphlet (free). TOWN HALL, RHYL. Lessees Messrs. BARING BROS. Resident Manager Mr. DAVID WILLIAM^. TO-NIGHT—LAST NIGHT, Enormous Success of ARE YOU A MASON," MONDAY & TUESDAY, Arc. 24th and 25th, Two Nights, LADIES' WELSH CHOIR, Conductress, MADAME EMLYN JONES. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27th, One Night, A Welcome Visit of MR. BEN GREET'S No. 1 Company in "THE BELLE OF NEW YORK." j I Prices as usual. Seats booked at Emlyn's Library, Wellington Road. | r RHYL URBAN DISTRICT COUNCIL. Promenade Concerts MR. ROBERT FORSYTH begs to announce that under the direction of the above named Council he will give Alocal & Orchestral Concerts 3 TIMES DAILY IN THE BAND STAND on the Promo nado Mornings, 11 30. Afternoons, 3. Evenings at 7. Special Engagement of The English Artiste Orchestra Under Royal Patronage. Conductor, Mr. FREDERICK TIPPER. Assisted by FIRST-CLASS VOCALISTS, INSTRUMENT- ALISTS, and SOCIETY ENTERTAINERS. ARTISTES Miss Irene Marriott Soprano, Principal London Concerts. Edgar Berte Society Entertainer, Raconteur, and Humorist. And FRED ELTON Baritone and Descriptive Vocalist. GRAND Sacred Concert ON SUNDAY, AT 8-5. t Season Tickets, 10s. 6d. Chairs, 2d. Weekly Tickete for 7 days, Is. THE PIER, RHYL. MESSRS. ADELER & SUTTON Star Pierrot Company Daily at 3 and 7 30. Admission, Is., 6d., and 3d. (including Pier Toll. Children Half-price to First and Second Seats. Less Backache Fels-Naptha gives women who wash a half-holiday vashday half- holiday 0 what a change Now and then a woman takes the money. Fels-Naptha 39 Wilson street London E (j lior-riblp story of gipsies' vngeance has occurred in Hungary, where a band dragged another gipsy from a place where lie was hiding from them, gouged out his 'yes, tore out his tongue, and other- wise ill-treated him till lie died. Further reports do not tend to minimise the terrible, damage done to the West Indian islands by the hurricane. Thousands of the inhabitants are in danger of starvation. John Cockburn was fined zE7, or in default six months' imprisonment, at Newcastle, for exposing himself in one of the busiest thoroughfares whilst he was suffering from smallpox. 11 Reuben Rhodes, a builder, who should have attended Dudley County-court to undergo Irs examination in bankruptcy, was found dead in six feet of water which had accumulated in his cellar. His wife killed herself less than twelve months ago. The guard of an empty train passing through couthfields railway-station told the stationmaster that he had seen a bov fall into a pond at Wands- worth. The stationmaster hurried to the spot and brought the lad to the bank, but too late to save his life. XOTICE. A LL Persons having any asset? belonging to A or claims against the estate of John I Hughes, of 20, Saughali Road, in the City of Chester, formerly of 58, Mount Pleasant, Mill Bank Road, Rhyl, in the County of Flint, Gentleman, deceased, are requested to send (unless already sent) full particulars thereof forthwith to me, the undersigned. Dated this 11th day of August, 1903. J. PIERCE-LEWIS, Town Hall, Rhyl, Solicitor for the Executors. TO BE LET. A LARGE DOUBLE JIOCSE TO BE LET on F.ast Parade as a going concern. Furniture at a valuation or otherwise. Would make a splendid Boarding Bouse.—Address, E,' Office of this paper. LADY with handsome house facing Sea seeks a,few Ladies as raying Guests.— Address, 12, Office of paper, Rhyl. -n_ T\0 BE SOLD.—Ty Newydd Villa, off Abbey Street, Rhyl. Convenient. Central. Freehold.—Apply, J. ROBERTS JONES, So- licitor, Rhyl. TO BE LET, Furnished or Apartments.— Newly-Ruilt Property, containing 2 Sitting Rooms, 3 Bedrooms. Moderate terms. —Apply, 1, EICHFIELD VILLAS, Rhuddlan. TO LET.—14, MARLBORO' GROVE. Con- venient and modern house, with immed- iate' possession. Rent, £ 22.—Apply, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl. APARTMENTS.—Proprietors of Apartments, A Boarding-houses, etc., should advertise in the Walsall Observer.' 28 words, 6s. 6d., 13 weeks Walsall population, 90,000. TO LET.—1, TOTTENHAM BUILDINGS, High Street. Large Shop and Dwelling- house, best position in town. Immediate possession. Rent, £ 75.—Apply, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl, or HENRY WYNN PARRY, Solicitor, Gateshead-on-Tyne. R HYL-BOARD, RESIDENCE, or PRI. > VATE APARTMENTS conveniently situ- ated, near Sea and Station. Home Comforts. Terms moderate.—Mrs. AMOS, Eagle House, 9, Bodfor Street, Rhyl. rTlO BE LET OR SOLD—West Parade, Rhyl, NEWLY-ERECTED DWELLING HOU- SES, well suited ftlr Boarding or High Class Lodging Houses, well and substiantially built and fitted with Lifts and all modern conven- iences. For particulars apply to GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneers, &c., Market Street, Rhyl. _U- GUERNSEY: Gem of the Channel, Garden \JT of Flowers and Fruit.—To secure Apart- ments, Houses, etc., advertise in the 'Guernsey Evening Press.' 12 words, once 6d., three times Is., one week Is. 6d. extra words, id once, Id. thrice, ld. week. The onlv local daily, most widely read, and unrivalled as an advertising medium. Copy of journ:. post free on application to the Manager. HOUSES TO BE LET OR SOLD.—Modern conveniences, pleasantly situated. Rents from £32 to £50. Also several good Plots of BUILDING LAND for Sale cneap.-Apply, W. J. SIMCOCK, Architect, Surveyor, and Valuer, N. and S.W. Bank Chambers, Rhyl. FURNISHED APARTMENTS. — Londoners JT to a very large number visit Rhyl each ar, 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, Leytoa-stone- London, N.E. HIGIIFIELD PARK.—TO BE LET or SOLD, Villa Residence and several plots Building Land.—Apply for plan, Mr. Fouikes, Highfield, Rhvl. TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE.—A WICKER CHAIR, WITH Hood attached, upholstered.—Apply, 2, OSBORNE GROVE, Rhyl. FOR SALE.—LIGHT LANDAU, excellent condition, new Rubber Tyres, Pole, and Shafts, complete. Accept low, price from immediate purchaser.—HARPER & CO., Art Street, Wolverhampton. FOR SALE.—All that desirable, well-built, centrally-situated Freehold House (con- taining ten rooms) known as 18, KINMEL STREET, Rhyl.—Apply to Mrs. JONES, Farm Cottage, Llanrwst. TO LET, in a Farm House, a well-furnished SITTING and TWO BEDROOMS.— Ap- ply to Mrs. WILLIAMS, Hottia Farm, Cwm, Rhuddlan. FOR SALE.—A VICTORIA, in good order. Price, £ 12. Death cause of sale.—55, WEST CASTLE, Bridgnorth. FOR SALE.—CHAR-A-BANC, in good order, to carry 20. Well known in Rhyl as the Clarence.' Having no use for it, will sell cheap.—SHAKESPEARE HOTEL, Bridgnorth. FOR SALE.—The freehold house called 2, SOUTH KINMEL STREET RII 1'L, with the Strip of Land opposite, and held therewith. Particulars of accommodation, rental, &c., may be obtained of and ■ ffers made to Mrs. JONES, Farm -Cottage, Lla uwst. 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 Rlur1. WANTED. RHYL EMMANUEL BRITISH SCHOOL. WANTED' immediately^ PROBATIONER (Female) for Pupil Teachership. Age, 14 to 15.-Apply, by letter only, to Mr. K. McEWEN, 4, Sussex Street WANTED. —: HOUSEMAID WAITRESS. Age 18 to 24. Must be experienced and have excellent character.—Apply to Miss WORSLEY, South Lawn, Rhyl. (GROCERY & PROVISIONS.—3 APPREN- X TICES Wanted for the above from 14 to 16 years of age.—JONES, GLYX, AND CO., 10, NVater Street. LAUNDRY MAID wanted.—Apply, LADY SUPERINTENDENT, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Rhyl. A GENTS wanted to start Associations for the A supply of Watches, Chains, Clocks, Jewellery, Imperial Plate and Cutlery, and other useful articles. Terms liberal. Particu- lars post free.—J. W. BENSON, Ltd., 62 and 64, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C. 332, NEW CHESTER ROAD, ROCK FERRY. MRS. KEELEY IS prepared to give the utmost value in ready cash for every description of Ladies', Gentlemen's and Children's Cast-off CLOTH. ING. CURTAINS, CARPETS, etc. Drapers' JOB LOTS bought. Mrs. K. attends Rhyl on Saturdays. Letters and parcels promptly attended to. SALES BY AUCTION, RHYL, NORTH WALES. TO CAPITALISTS, LODGING-HOUSE KEEPERS, AND OTHERS. Important Sale of Two Valuable Freehold Lodging-Houses en the West Parade. 1IR. FRANCIS GEARY, F.A.I., has been ^?_L favoured with instructions to OFFER FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the ALEXANDRA HOTEL, RHYL, on TUESDAY, AUG. 25th, 1903, at four (/clock in the after- ii c).-i prompt, the following valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY. LOT I.-kll that double-fronted Lodging- House situate and being No. 48, WEST PAR- ADE, Rhyl, in the occupation of IL John "[ones as yearly tenant. The accommodation comprises — On BASEMENT FLOOR-Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Larder, China Pantry, 2 Bedrooms, Sitting Room. On "GROUND FLOOR.—Vestibule, Entrance llall, Two Dining Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, W.C. On FIRST FLOOR.—2 Drawing Rooms, 3 Bedrooms, W.C. On SECOND FLOOR—2 Sitting Rooms, 4 Bedrooms. On THIRD FLOOR.-6 Bedrooms. OUTSIDE.—Large Yard, Stablo Coach- house, Coal House, and W.C. LOT 2.—All that Lodging-House s'tuate and being No. 49, WEST PARADE., Rhyl, in the 1 occupation of Mr. Charles Edgar Sims as year- ly tenant. The accommodation com.prises:- On BASEMENT FLOOR.—Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Larder, Sitting Room, 1 Bedroom, Store Closet. On GROUND FLOOR.—Vestibule, Entrance I-Iall, Dining Room, Bedroom, Pantry. On FIRST FLOOR.—Drawing Room, 1 Bed- room, and W.C. On SECOND FLOOR.—1 Sitting Room, 2 Bedrooms, Bath (H. and (.), Lavatory, and W.C. On THIRD FLOOR.—4 Bedrooms. OUTSIDE.—-Yard, Stable, Coach-house, &c. The Houses are exceedingly well placed for business, purposes, being situate in tli- best and most favoured position on the W est Parade. The Property will be offered subject to the Public Sale Conditions of the Ghester and North Wales Incorporated Law Society and to other Special Conditions, all of wtrch can be inspected! at the! Vendor's Solicitor's Office between the hours of 10 and 1 o'clock during the three days next preceding the day of Sale. Fcr further particulars apply to the AUC- TIONEER, Market Street, Rhyl, or to JOHN DAVIES, Esq., Solicitor, Denbigh, o- to MR. J. PIERCE-LEWIS, Vendor's Solicitor, Town Hall, Rhyl, and Stafford Buildings, Prestatyn. PRESTATYN, NORTH WALES. MR. FRANK JEWELL has been favoured with instructions to Offer for SALE. B\ PUBLIC AUCTION at the TOWN HALL, PRESTATYN, on MONDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1903, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon precisely, subject to certain Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced and read, the following VALUABLE FREEHOLD .PROPERTY, LOT 1.—All that valuable Freehold Semi- detached Messuage or Dwelling House known as BRYNGWEiNALLT,' most charmingly situated at Dyserth. LOT 2.—All that valuable Freehold Semi- detached Messuage or Dwelling House known as TUDOR COTTAGE:, situate adjoining Lot 1. LOTS 3 and 4.—All those two substantially- built and conveniently arranged Semi-detached BUNGALOWS, which are now ready for occu- pation, and are situated on WARRE:N ROAD, Prestatyn. Lots 1 and 2 will first of all be offered in one lot; the same will apply to Lots 3 and 4. For fuller particulars and orders to view ap- ply to the AUCTIONEER at his Offices, Cen- tral Buildings, Prestatyn or to MR. A. FOULKES-ROBERTS, Solicitor, Prestatyn and Denbigh. RHYL, NORTH WALES. MESSRS. WM. DEW and SON are instruc- ted to OFFE:R for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, at the Westminster Hotel, Rhyl, on MONDAY, August 24th, 1903, at 2 o'clock, that FREEHOLD HANDSOME and SPAC- IOUS MARINE RESIDENCE: known as BOD-DONWEN." together with BOD-DONWEN COTTAGE, Stables, Conservatory, etc., and two choice Building Sites (now forming the Tennis Lawn, Kitchen Garden, etc.), attached to Bod-Donwen House and Ground), the whole comprising an area of 4,270 square yards or thereabouts, and occupying a pleasant and private position, with extensive frontages to East Parade, St. Asaph Street, and Russell Road, in one of the most select and convenient spots in Rhyl, close to the beach, and within a few minutes' walk of the Pier and Railway Station. Particulars, Plan, and Conditions of Sale may be had of Messrs, Wm. Griffith, Son and Adams, Solicitors, Dolgelley, or of the Auction- eers, at their Offices, Banger, Llandudno, and Carnarvon. TOWN OF RHYL. SALE OF VALUABLE: FREEHOLD PROPERTY. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS A.- SON win Offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the Alexandra Hotel, Rhyl, on FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th, 1903, at 2 o'clock in the after- noon, subject to Conditions then to be pro- duced, the following Valuable Properties — LOT 1.—All that Freehold Residence kn-own as "PLAS GWYN." situate in Russell Road, in the occupation of A. Henkel, Esq., and containing 2 Entertaining Rooms, 4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantries, Bath- room, W.C., together with Yard, Stable, Coach- house, and Cottage. LOT 2.—All that Freehold Detached House and Land known as "MIN-Y-DON," EAST PARADE, latterly in the occupation of Mr. Hall, and comprising 3 Entertaining Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Pantry, W.C., together with Stable, Coach-house, Cottage at rear, and Grounds. Immediate possession may be had of this Lot, which has an excellent position on the East Parade, between High Street and Church Street. For further particulars apply to the AUC- TIONEERS, Corwen and Denbigh, or to W. R. EVANS, Esq., Solicitor, 5, Castle Street, Ruthin. THURSDAY NEXT, AUGUST 27th, at 12 30. Great Sale of RAMS in ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD. FRANK LLOYD & SONS Will Sell 100 Fat, Dairy, and Store Cattle. 1,000 Fat Sheep and Lambs, 1 lgs, and Calves, including 18 Pedigree Southdown Rams and Ram Lambs from Mrs. Wynn, Cefn, 10 Pedi- gree Shropshires from Mrs. Conwy, 15 Pedi- gree Shropshire Ram Lambs from John E. Banks, Esq., 8 from Mr. Morgan, St. Asaph, &c., &c. FURTHER ENTRIES EXPECTED AND INVITED. The famous vino-135 years old-at Hampton Court Palace, is now bearing 1,000 bunches of prapes, which will be fully ripe in a month's time. The average yield forty years ago was 2,400 bunches. The Home Secretary has replied to a corre- spondent to the effect that the Metropolitan Police have strict instructions not to injure ex-convicts on licence, either directly or indirectly, with their Vill;.IoN.(.rs or landlords. a A FIFTH SEASON My Motto A Refined Entertainment. RHYL HIPPODROME iU!LJBLjLJ)L (On the Sands) f Thrice g Daily. J I I a.m., 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. The Famous 0 Merrie Men A Repertoire of Over Sixty Sketches. Three Hundred Songs. Thirty Comic Interludes. Twenty Opening" Choruses. o§o Only the Leading Minstrel Artistes Engaged. .1 OOP Change of Programme each Performance | Secure # I a f i Monster Song Book 3d. Sole Proprietor & Manager E. H. WILLIAMS l. • -=:==;- The Queen* s Palace Managing Director PERCY ASHFIELD. Secretary FRED. TOMLINSON. -000- T"XRIVALLED ATTRACTIONS, -co- Magnificent Entertainments -co- IEIE GRAND BALLROOM The fIl()"t Sumptuous and Palatial Hall in Wales, is OPEN for DANCING and VARIETIES Every Evening at 7. -oo- ENORMOUS ATTRACTIONS NEXT WEEK. Re-Engagement of the Rhyl Favourites, The Brewster Troupe Vocalists, Banjoists. Acrobatic, and cpeciality Dancers. <•* «;•' Beatrice Renee Character Dialect Comedienne and Ernie Myers The Eccentric Patter Comedian. Massona The Clever Young Juggler. Lily Lonsdale Soprano and Operatic Vocalist. Connie Williams Comedian and Bancer. And Production for the first time of WEEK-END WIHRLS or 'SATURDAY TO MONDAY AT RHYL.1 Principal Characters: Percy Vere and Edith Royal -oo- TO-NIGHT FRIDAY, AUG. 21st, GRAND WELSH & SCOTCH BALL Valuable Prizes offered for the best costume for particulars see hand.bill. Sunday CONCERT MONS. BOSANQUET'S FAMOUS ORCHESTRA. -oo- QUEEN'S HOTEL Rebuilt and replete with every modern comfort. Queen's Cafe Silver Grill and Restaurant IS Now OPEN. TARIFF MODERATE. Charming Roof Gardens, Quarter-of-a-Mile of Promenading under lovely Palms. Grand BILLIARD SALOON, Burroughs and Watts' Table. ADMISSION—From 7 30 to 9 o'clock, Is. after 9, 6d. Boxes, 2s. each person for parties of not less than four. Whole Boxes 8s. 6d. to 10s. 6d. VENICE iTftHYL Faithful Reproduction in Miniature of Venice. Real Gondolas. oU- SIDK-SHOWS, including Chamber of Horrors, Tableaux of Chapman administering the fatal dose to Maude Marsh, Tableaux of the Bri- gands' Cave and Victims, etc. GRAND PERFORMANCE DATLY BY THE FAMOUS Black and White Minstrels. Principal Comedian, PERCY VERE. ADMISSION, 2d. In the Arcade. One Penny in the Slot works the Piano. -loB- THE TOWER Ascents from the Arcade by powerful Electric Passenger Lift, with patent safety apnaratus, every few minutes. Magnificent Panorama of the surrounding scenery. In Large Room under Glass Dome, is now Open. All the best known celebrities of the day! Magnificent Tableaux in W ax, 'The MotherV Dream,' 4 Little Jim,' Catching the Police- man.' 'Grace Darling,' 'An incident in the Boer war.' ADMISSION, 2d.