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Carriage Paid in 6 to 1 ton trucks to I i A M n 11 n M n STATION. Quotations to LLAIlUUUlvU other statonns on application. No CREDIT. NO DISCOUNT. NO MISTAKE Can be made by stocking at once. It is absolutely certain that prices cannot be lower this summer on account of the vast improve- ment in all manufacturing trades and the enormous increased demand fOT eoial from abroad (consequent on the repeal of the Coal Tax). miners have had two advances in wages already this year and are demanding a third next month. TOO I.ATB will be the fate, of those who procrastinate in placing their coal orders. The Charlbury Coal Co. 23, HAMILTON ROAD, READING. Local Office-4 Queen's Buildings, Llandudno. JANSDOWNE IlOUSE SCHOOL AND K INDERGAIITEN, ABBEY ROAD, LLANDUDNO. Principal, Miss Raw. Successor to Misses Matthews and Standring Prospectuses on Application APARTMENT'S REQUIRED.—Thou- sands of Londoners from the S.E. district are now preparing to spend their summer holidays in the Llandudno district.—If you wish to Let your Apartments adver- tise them in the "Kentish Independent," whose chief office. is at Wellington-street, Woolwich. 16 words 6d.; three weeks Is. Specimen paper sent free on applica- tion. WOODLEY'S CENTRAL LIBRARY. (in oonaection with MUDIE'S), THREE DOORS FROM THE CORNER OF NORTH PARADE. UPPER MOSTYN STREET. LLANDUDNO. mv Terms of Subscription. I he following are; a few of the Books now in Circulation: — The Burning Torch Montresor Count's Chauffeur "Le QutS Three Weeks Eleamfr r Strongest of All Things ..M. AlbaSi ^elor GWs Keble HoW White, Hand and Black B. Mitford The Good Comrade .Silberrad On son Azalea's Stackpole Chronicles of Rebecca Wie-e-in^ AHce for Short De Morgan Doctor Pons Paul Qwynne Rising Fortunes .J. Oxenham ^7i5- ? Weeping M. Bowen Which Woman ..Q, Burgin The House of Defence, .E. F. Beneoo Great Plot „ W. Le Queux Shadow of Evil D. Donovan A Modern Ulysses J. M. Forman Dead Love Has Chains .Braddon The Man of the Craig .Guy Boothby A Just Fate G. Long The Witchery of the Serpent Bayr As Ye Have Sown Dolf Wyllardi Odd Lengths .W. B. Maxwell Colonel Daverson .Percy White The House of Rest F. Reynolds Franklien Schmidt, etc Eilegth The Soul of Milly Green H. Gorcl Fighters .Lady V. Greville Kinsman Mr S. Sidgwiek Marcus Ordeyne w Locke In Slippery Places "H. Maxwell Where Love Leads C. Garvice The Long Road j. Oxenham The House of Howe M. Gromelin Secret.P. Oppenheim White Fang J. London The Slave of Silence; F. White Ronald Love ..M. E. Mann Running Water ..A, El W. Mason Her Son H. Vachell A Human Trinity ,R. Macdonald Peggy The Pilgrim G. Burgin The Sweets of Office Y. Tweedale Doctor Gordon M. E. Wilkins The Grip of Gold ..R. Halifax Saba Maedonald Rita Little Esson S. R. Crockett The Ponting Finger Rita Lonely Lady De La Pasture Temptation R. Bagot Angel and Outcast G. Oolmore The Great Court Scandal .W. Le Queux House in the Orescent .Sergeant The Far Horizon Lucas-M,alet The House of the Wicked ..W. Le Queux Benita Rider Haggard A Lady of Rome Marion Crawford The Treasure of Heaven. Marie Cbrelli The Portals of Love V. Tweedale Made in His Image .Guy Thorne A Girl of Spirit C. Garvice The ChalloneT E. T. Benson John Chilcote, M.P K. C. Thurston Capricious Caroline F. L. Albanesi Double Harness.Anthony Hope 1,0, s Free Opinions Marie Corelli The Flute of Pan J. Oliver Hobbs The Last Hope H. S. Merriman PIANOFORTES ON SALE AND HIRE. Woodley's New Map of Liandudno and District. FROM, CHURCH WALKS, LLANDUDNO. Private Boarding and Day School for Girls with class for Little Boys. Individual attention given to backward or delicate children. Principals: THE MISSES MOXON. "LLANDUDNO ADVERTISER." 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LONDON GOSSIP. A NEW APPOINTMENT TO THE QUEEN'S HOUSEHOLD. Lady Salisbury, w,li,o,was recently lappOlillibed a lady of the, bedchamlber to the Queen, belongs to a fiamdly long connected wdith the Court. Her sister the Countess oif Airlie, holds a similar apoinliment in the Household, of the Princess of Wales,, and the igrandmiother of these two ladies, Lady Jascelyn, was one of Queen Vic- toria's brideismlaidJs. Lord and Lady Salisbury have been married just twenty years, but their eldest daughter is still in the schoolroom. When she miakes her debut in a year tor two's time, the princely hospitalities for which Hat- field was famous, will no doubt be, revived. Since the deaths of the late Marquis and Marchioness of Salisbury, there have been few enteBtiaimments there. Lady Salisbury is, how- ever, a keen politician, and gives some recep- tions in London. She is a profound admirer of her husband's cousin, Mr Arthur Balfour, and her eldest son is named after the ex-Premier. WOMAN'S RIGHT1 TO COUNT AS A MAN. Theire is some justification for the complaint oif the..suffragists tha(t it is the lawyers who have deprived wOlman of her immemorial right to count as a man. Without going into historical lore to shew that women were men's equals under ancient laws, and in the, old social and trade guilds it is a fact. that Lord Brougham's Act of 1850 declared that "man" included "woman" in law, unless. woman was expressly excluded, and the Reform Act of 1867 did not do this. In the. following year the Law Courts ruled that women were excluded from the franchise, but the suffragitsts have a good case when they contend that that was a piece of judge-made law and was contrary to the govern- ment statute. FAMOUS YACHTSWOMEN. The American Colony is largely represented among women who sail their own yachts. Yachting is as keenly followed in the, United ■States as in this country, but the American Board of Trade is not prejudiced against women, and will grant them master's certi- ficates on. proof of the necessary qualifications. Hence many American women figure pro- minently in tlhe yatching world, of which Cowes is now the fashionable centre. Among notaMe American yachtswomen are Mrs Alfred G. Vainderfbilt, whose millionaire husband is .su[ch an enthusiast, on the subject of motors,, and horses, and another lady who holds a mas- ter's certificate in America is Mrs Geo. Gould. Miss Morgan, the daughter of Mr Pierpoint Morgan, has also brought her yacht to the, Solent. Many Irish ladies too are famous yachtswomen, the best known being the Couniteiss of Annesley. The Marchioness of Ormonde and Lady Londerry are also devoted to the sea, and so too is Lady Graham, former- ly Lady Mary Hamilton. HOLIDAY TROUBLES. The pessimist tells us that "life would be tolemblei but for its ,anlus,enlents," and there must be a good many pessimists among those who conduct our comic papers. Without ex- ception they always depict the family starting for the holidays under every conceivable vexation of mind and foody. From the time when soon afer Whitsuntide, the weeks of worry begin until the family returns, .exhausted mentally physically, and financially, the holi- days are one long horrible nightmare. It is a familiar topic, the arguments over the luggage, the terribly overcrowded train, the thousand and one inconveniences and extortions which await the family at thedr destination, and the return home,, more or less ruined in health ,and temper. Some one recently advanced the theory that strawberries make people ill-temper- ed,, but according to the caricaturists,, it is the holiday worries that cause us to hate our fel- low-creatures, and inflicts upon us extreiIne susceptibility to ffpines at this time of year. Of course there is a substratum of truth in it all, but the bother and inconvenience attaching to holidays are but a small detraction, and it is only those who are unhappy under all circum- stances who. make anything of a trouble: of them. COMPULSORY HOLIDAYS. It has often been suggested that school work, like that of most businesses, should not be in- terrupted by long holidays, but that the chil- dren should taken their holidays in batches spread over the, summeir month. An advantage of such an arrangement would be to lengthen "the season" at the seaside resorts, instead of this being limited, as it mostly is, to .one ex- pensive and crowded rush in the month of August. Then, the schools being open there would not be so many children turned out into the hot and dusty streets, to idle and get into- mischief, for want of soimething better to do. In all the large towns there are thousands of children to whom the compulsory school holi- days (simply mean loafing in the streets, or the burden of domestic cares, the minding of the baby, getting into trouble, and irriltlation be- tween parents and child. Mrs Humphrey Ward has suggested that the casel might be met by opening recreation schools, and soimejthiug might be done in this direction seeing that,, as yet, so many difficulties are raised when the question .of a reflorm of our school hoilid!ay system is discussed. CONCERNING LUGGAGE. Those among us about to purchase new trunks will do well to consider those of com- pressed cane, covered with green canvas, and we should also bear in mind the fact that the ",cabi-n," size and shape is likely to prove the happiest choice, in the .long run. When many bottles are taken they should have, a separate bag to themselves, and not be placed among clothes in trunks, in case the none too gentle treatment meted out to luggage generally by the porters, should end disastrously for the bottles, and their surroundings. Large and weighty dressing bags, fitted with curniberson-ie stoppered bottles, also many other thing we can very well do without, and leaving little room for the things we usually require are in small demand nowadays, and in this decision we shew much comtmonseaise. MALMAlSON CARNATIONS. The flower of the passing London season has been the mialmiaison carnation, and undoubted- ly his exquisite bloom owes much of its im- I mense popularity to Jueen Alexandra, who has t rarely appeared during the past few weeks without a corsage knot, or a bouquet of inial- I nutisoii carnations. At a great number of the leading social funietiona, mwmiais-on carnations have eatered largely into the scheme of floral decoraittions, especially when Her Majesty was dikly to he present, and every fashionable J woman has been tuekinga, cluster of three or four blooms into the laces and folds of her bodice .or belt. The craze has been a somewhat •expensive one,, the finest and deepest-coloured specimens having been priced at eighteen pence and one' and ninepence each. PINK QUARTZ. Once again pink quartz is in great request, especially for hat pins, buckles, and parasol handles, also for the little1 marbles which are linked together by gun metal into chains. This special quartz Is in a lovely shade of pink which harmonises delightfully with creamy muslins and laces, and again with the fashion- able pale peach hue', that is having so great a vogue. SIMPLE BLUE COATS. When we take into consideration the many elaborate and all too ornamental :style of cover- ings offered us for travelling and the holidays, we can only rejoice that Paris is favouring for the purpose very simple blue1 serge ooaits, for wear over a. short pleated skirt of the same, or skirts and bilomses of white linen or alpaca. These new coats, which are, of three-quarter length, tightly fitting, single-breaster, boasting no other trimming save a border of (black silk military braid, with sleeves gathered slightly at the top and ending at the wrists, are just what we need and shall doubtleiss appreciate,. AT THE MILLINERS. High flower pot crowns covered in flowers are much in evidence, and this, decided and violent change from the pretty and becoming low ones, is to' be deplored. And not cion tent with the curious and weird-lbokinig white, maidenhair fern, which leading milliners have lafally been mixing with very realistic flonveyc, and arranging on brightly coloured straws, these shining lights are now pinning their faith to white flowers alsoi, the white flowers and ferns combined reminding one of nothing so much as the decoration of .conventional wed- ding cake. The. whole1 idea, is novel, and that is all that can be sinicl for it.
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o THE INSIDIOUS FOE. I wandered by a, craggy rock bound shore Where, mighty boulders stretched flM out to sea, And saw the dauntless waves dash ruthlessly Upon its granite face; then, upward soar Like wasted steam that vanishes before Its task is done. "These mighty rocks will be" (Said I), defiant of your strength, and Your maddest, storms—and scoff theim, more and more. But when the storm had ceased its howling And I weint forth the' beach stxeajn's source to trace; I "found a lofty cave., a hidden place; Whose subterranean tunnel none' could gua,ge Here, ceasless waters eintdlesis warfare' waged Honey-eomibimg the lofty mountains ba,sei. J AMEiS GRAHAM.
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PENMAENMAWR REGATTA. A REGRETTABLE MISUNDERSTANDING. General interest was taken on Saturday at Penmaenimawr in the regatta which took place on that day, and which proved, to be1 quite a.s attractive as could be expecced. At the time fixed for commencing—noon—there .was a high flow tide and a brisk westerly breeze, which raised a, rather lumpy sea. The wind was strong enough to give tihe, sailing vessels com- peting a capital run. The c,cur,se for the larger yachts w.ais1 about fourteen, miles ibi distaiijee, round a buoy im the direction of Puffin Island, and finishing between Messrs Darbishire's stage and the flagship, which was the Caligo steamer Stanley. The Stanley had been along- side the stage for a cargo of granite, and she oibligingly anchored off the jetty fcr the con- venienc-e of the judges1 and starters until the races were over, when she up with her anchor and steamed off for Liverpool. Dr. J. R. Wil- liams's motor boat. and Mr Hall's steam yacht Manshal were also at the service, of the Com- mittee. A crowd of spectators lined the pro- menade, and were greatly amused by the row- ing races and the swimming races, the. latter being all the more exciting because of the rough water. A special race for yachts of the Seabird elass, in which there were eight entries, could not be carried out awing to a mi'St'ake. It appears that a tug was engaged to tow them from Llandudno to Bea umaris after the' Llandudno regatta, but by some misunder- standdnig they were taken to' Carnarvon, and could not be got back to Penmaenmawr in time for the races there. Expecting that the craft would lie for the. night at Beaumaris, and would if the wind was light need towing over to Penmaenmawr, Mr iHall was ready at the Anglesey port to offer that service, and of course found they had disappeared. The only vessel of this class that appeared at Penmaen- mawT was the Dovekie (Mr G. W. Panter), who was the winner at the Llandudno reg.atta. the previous day. The officers iat Saturday's re- gatta were. Mr Kneeshaw, of Graiglwyd, Ciom- modore; Dr, J. R. Williams, vice commodore; Mr W. S. Jones. Mr C. H. Wynne Griffith, and Captain Henry Jones, timekeepers: Mr C. H. Darbishire and Mr J. Allansen Picton, in- shore judges; Mr J. E. Jellico, handicapper: Mr Watkin Darbishire, starter; Mr P. D. Chan- trey. hon. treasurer: and Mr W. S. Kneeshaw, hon. secretary. RESULTS. Handicap race for yachts belonging to any recognised yacht club. Started at noon. Course, 14 miles.—1, Armistice (Mr Percy Marsh), Ih, 44min. 31sec, 2, Wallaroo (Mr J. Spurr), Ih. 53min. 3sec. 3, Lrene II. (Mr Buck- ley Holmes), Ih. 50min. 15see. The Cigfrian (Mr W. S. Kneeshaw) alsoi sailed, and passed at lh. 52min. 56sec. The times given are the corrected, times after, deducting the handicap. Race for open sailing fooats: 1, Eric (Mr H. Jones); 2, Hope (Mr W. R. Roberts, Deganwy); 3, Prosperity (Mr H. Davies (Deganwy). Rowing ria,ces (residents and visitors, two oarsmen with coxswain, amateurs): 1, William and Azariah Roberts; 2, John Lloyd land Robt. Jones. Race for four-oared in-rigged gigs (with coxswain): 1, J. W. Owen and crew; 2, Thomas Jones and crew. Race for boatmen (two oars- m.en, with coxswain): 1, Thomas and Hugh Jones; 2, Robert Roberts and friend. Ladies' race, for visitors and residents (two ladies rowing in each boat, lady or gentleman steering: 1, Mrs Thomas Jones and Miss Davis; 2, The Misses Heggie and Maggie Roberts. Race for boats with one oarsman, and cox- swain: 1, Thomas Jones; 2, Hugh Jones. Punt race for boys under 16: 1, Joseph Jones; 2, Fred Ro'berts. Punt race for youths under 18: 1, Richard Roberts; 2, Joseph Roberts. Swimming races.—100 yards (open): 1, W. LI. Griffitn; 2, B. V. Hannaford. Boys under 16: 1, H. Hughes; 2, William J. Barlow.
e PIER PROPRIETOR AND BENCH. At Rhyl on Tuesday Mr Samuel Warhurst, proprietor of the, Pier, applied for a music and dancing licence. for the Amphitheatre at the entrance to the Pier. At the. last sessions he was granted a temporary licence, with a view of seeing whether certain sanitary improve- ments had been effected. The' Medical Officer and Sanitary Inspector now reported that sanitary improvements had been carried out, but these could only be looked upon as of a temporary and elementary character, The Bench inquireclwhether, supposing they granted the licence until next May. the appli- cant would clarry out further improvements? Mr Warhurst: I do not think it is compe- tent for the Bench to ask me. that question. The Chairman (Dr. Eyton Lloyd): The Bench have asked the question. Do you decline to answer it? Mr Warhurst: In all probability there will be another building erected, Mr Elwy Williams said the Bench could not deal with probabilities. How long were the existing arrangements going to exist? Mr Warhurst: I can give no personal under- taking. Eventually the Bench granted the licence until next May, although Mr Warhurst could give no promise as to further improvements. Mr Warhurst was given to understand that the Bench would insist on further impiiovenients being carried out then.
TO MARRY AN HEIRESS. Billson: "Whose pocket book is that you are advertising for P Jimson: ,'My own, of course." "Get out! "Containing a roll of bank notes and a large number of cheques. Finder can keep money if the will return paper's.' Get out! You don't see a .roll of bank rotes or a cheque once a year." I "No; but Bertha Bullion's father takes the paper I advertised in, and he'll see that- adver- tisement." "Humph Where did you get. the money to pay for that big ad- ?" "Bentha -ent. it to me, bless the darling!"
Nothing is more soothing after a day in the country or on the sea than 'Tearl Cream" applied to the face and hands. You can get it for l. at Winter and Co.'s Chemists.
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