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CYCLES! CYCLES! WILLIAM IIALDEN. CYCLE FACTOR, 2, SEA VIEW TERRACE, HOLYWELL, HAS le-n appointed AGENT for the leading CYCLE MANUFACTURERS of GREAT BRITAIN, aid off-ns the most WONDERFUL VALUE to be had in the trade. 40% OFF LIST PRICES FOR NETT CASH. Any Machine, Lady's or Gentleman's, on the GBADUAL PAYMENT SYSTEM OB TWELVE MONTHS' CREDIT. A CLASS FOR INSTRUCTION IN PAINTING IN OILS AND WATER COLOURS, COMMENCED AT ST. WINEFLIIDEIS CONVENT, WELL STREET, ON THURSDAY, THE 10TH OF FEBRUARY, 1898 And will be continued till Jona. For Terms, apply to THE SUPSBIOBHSS. A DRESSMAKING CLASS Will b > held oa MONDAYS, at 6 p.m., commencing FEBRUARY 7th. For terms, apply to the SuPSBioBBSa, M above. A SELECT DAY SCHOOL for YOUNG LADIES is now OPEN at ST. WINBFBIDB'S CONVBNT, Well Street. Only a limited number eceived.-For Term", apply to the SUPEBIOBBSS. DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO BISHOP MOSTYN. THE SONG OF ST. WINEFRIDE. MUSIC BY BRYCESON TREHEARN, R C.M., The Worda by the Publisher, B. PARRY, Oxford Street, Swansea. Copies may be had of the local Musicsellers. PBICE, 2a. NET. YMFUDIAETH I CANADA JL TIR AM DDIM YN MANITOBA. TIR AM DDIM NEU AM BRIS ISEL GAN Y LLYWODRAETH MEWN TALAETHAU ERAILL. HEFYD, FFERMYDD DIWYLLIEDIG YN RHAD. YDosbarthiadausydd Eisieu.—Personau yn barod i fentro ariao allan, rhai gydag ychydig fuddiannau, Ffermwyr, Gwyr a Gwragedd, Dynion Dibriod ewyllysgar i weithio fel Llafurwyr Amaethyddol, a Gwyr Ieuaino a ddymunant ddysgu ffarmio. Dar- pariaethau neilldnol i Forwynion. Y mae Canada yn gyfoethogo aur a mwnau eraill, ooedwioedd mawrion, pysgodfeydd cynyrohio), llaw-weithfaoedd pwysig, mwy o dir ffrwytblon i'w gynyg i ynofudwyr nag un wlad arallyn y byd, ac y mae ei tbrefnidiaeth a gwledydd eraill yn mhob cangcn o fasnach yn mynd ar gynydd. Gellir eael pampbledau a mapiau a phob hysbyat rwydd o bwys i ymfudwyr, ao am sefyllfa gwaith-, masnaoh y Dre?edi$aeth, yn rhad drwy anfon 10 Oruohwyliwr Llywodratth Canada yn Nghymru, as The Walk, Caerdydd, neu oddi wrth unrhyw Oru- ohwyliwr i Lywodraeth Canaia yn y Deyrnas Gyfnnol. Gwahoddir gohebiaeth neu ymgomiad personol. MAY AND JUNE SAILINGS. NORTH WALES AND BACK THE SAME DAY. The Cheapest and least tedious Sea Trips out of Liverpool. BEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE TO HOLYWELL, ST. WINEFRIDE'S WELL, PANTASAPH, PRESTATYN AND RHYL. THB PAST SALOON PADDLE STEAMER FLYING FALCON SINGLB FABBS RKTUBN FABBS Deck Is. 6d Available for day of issue only Bridge. 2s. 6d. Deck 2a. Tickets not Transferable. Bridge 3a. Tidats not Transferable. Bridge. 3a. Children under Twelve half-rare- Will sail from Prince's Landing Stage and Mostyn (weather and other circumstance permitting) a* under: LIVERPOOL TO MOSTYN AND BACK THE SAME DAY. Average passage 1 hour and 45 minutes. Giviog passengers two to three hours ashore in one of the prettiest spots in North Wales. LONG DAY TRIPS ABOUT 10 HOURS. SAILINGS MAY From LIVERPOOL. From MOSTYN. 28 Saturday 2 0 p.m 5 0 p.m 31 Tuesday. 330p.m 730p.m JUNE 1 Wednesday 4 0 p.m 8 0 p.m *2 Thursday 8 0 ..m 7 30 p.m *3 Friday 9 0 a.m 7 30 p.m 4 Saturday 9 0 a.m 12 0 noon 6 Monday. 10 0 a.m 1 0 p.m 7 Tuesday. 10 0 a.m 2 0 p.m 8 Wednesday 10 0 a.m 3 0 p.m 9 Thursday 11 0 a.m 4 0 p-m 10 Friday 11 Cam 5 Op.m 11 Saturday. 2 0 p.m 6 0 p.m 13 Monday. 3 Op.m 7 Op.m 14 Tuesday 4 0 p.m 7 30 p.m *15 Wednesday 7 45 a.m 10 0 a.m 5 30 p.m 8 0 p.m *16 Thursday 8 30 a.m 8 0 p-m *1 i P id ay 9 o a.m 8 0 p.m 18 Saturday 9 0 a.m 12 0 noon 20 Monday 10 0 a.m 1 0 p.m 21 Tuesday jq 0 a.m 2 0 p.m 22 Wednesday 10 o a.m 2 30 p.m 23 Thursday l0 08.01 3 0 p.m 24 Friday 11 0 a.m 3 30 p.m 25 Saturday 12 30 p.m 4 0 p.m 27 Monday 12 0 noon 5 30 p.m 28 Tuesday 0 p.m t> 6 0 p.m 29 Wednesday .••• 2 30 p.m 5 30 P,M 30 Thursday. 3 0 P*m 730p.m LONG DAY TRIPs. Refreshments on Board at Moderate Charges For further particulars apply Telephone No. 2334 FLYING FALCON STEAMSHIP Co., LTD., 27, Water-atreet, Liverpool. TO THE DETF, A tinh laiv, elurei oF her Deafness and Noises in the H ad hy Dr. Nic'ioLon's Artificial Ear Drums, I has sent £ 1,000 to h s Institute, so that Deaf people unable to procure tte Eat Drams may have them free. Apply by letter to :-0. Q. C. RLCHABDFION, 9, Great Itussell (Street, London, W.C. FHOMA.S JJUGHES, JOINER, BUILDER, WHEELWRIGHT AND UNDERTAKER, — HOLYWELL. WORKSHOPS & TIMBER YARD: BACK OF NORTH & SOUTH WALES BANK, HIGH STREET. The following Timber always kept in Stock: SPRUCE AND PINE BOARDS FBOH HALF-INCH UPWARDS; SPRUCE AND YELLOW PINE PLANKS; OSB-ISCH SPRUCE FLOORING BOARDS; THBBK-QUARTEBS AND ONK-INGH SPRUCE & RED DEAL MATCH BOARDS. Birch and Ok Boards; Lanoewood and Ash bent Shafts; Felloes for Cart and Carriage Wheels; Dressed Oak Spokes for Carriage Wheels; Futohels, and Turned Naves; Turned II inch, 2 inch. and 3 inch Table Legs, &c. PAINTED SPRUCE FIELD IATES KEPT ON HAND. SLATING AND PLASTERING LATHS. CEMENT AND HAIR. NEW WHEELS of every description made of the best well-seasoned Timbers. TRAPS. CARTS & SHANDRIES, MADE AND REPAIRED. ORDERS QUICKLY EXECUTED. MRS. THOMAS, REGISTRY OFFICE FOR SERVANTS, GWENFFRWDD HOUSE, MOLD. a AS several Cooks and General Servants; House- maids and Under-housemaids, Sewing-maids, and NrarBe3 on her Books. Great attention is given to procure good Servants; also, good Sitaatioax. ST. W INEFRIDE'S BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. OURSE-English; French; German; Drawing; C Painting; Dancing; Calisthenics; Music (Vocal and Instrumental); plain and fanoy Needlework. The Convent is under the Royal Academy for Ex- ams in Music, &o. WBBKLY BOABDBBB BRORIVRD. LOCAL AGENT FOR THE SALE OF COLEMAN'S WINCARNIS, For which over 6,000 Testimonials have been received from Medical Men:— D. HUGHES, Chemist, High Street, Holywell. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. DO you tequire your Corn ground? Send it to FLINT MILL. The work can be done quickly and well. MR. E. C. BRIGGS, Teacher of Music Ó" Musical Instruments, (HIGHBST DIPLOMA R.M.O.M.), Reed Organs, Harmoniums, Pianofortes, &c., Tuned and Repaired.- Terms moderate, 4. TITHE BARN PLACE, FLINT. h OBSERVER OFFICE, HOLYWELL. c HAST E gOOKLETS, QAPTIVATING fJlOY JJOOKS — PRESENTATION VOLUMES — AT ALL PRICES. THE CHEAP LIBRARY POPULAR NOVELS Neatly Bound in Cloth at the low Price of lliD. EACH. AN IMMENSE STOCK TO SELECT FROM CHURCH SERVICES IN ELEGANT BINDINGS. Teachers' Bibles with Concordance and Maps combined. GUNDAY gOHOOL J^EWARD AND rj^EXT 0ARDS. 'OBSERVER' OFFICE, HOLYWELL. GRIFFITH JONES, BILL POSTER AND TOWN ORIER, UPPER SUMMER HILL, HOLYWELL Thcbest Posting Stationeinthe District. All orders promptly and thoroughly carried out C)HILE)R- U.&IL ANOUR,, 4ZI> Al.dywriOX."Ibsive Al.dywriOX."Ibsive the jut 10 Yows for 'WrA eanufti Goidell Hgfnq most chengies, and an I "Nlt JIW#L on HAGO olu 001! Sales by Mr. William Freeman. SALE OF MODERN AND USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE &0., AT WHEELER HOUSE, AFONWEN, CAERWYS. ON SATURDAY, THB 28TH OF MAY, 1898. MR. WILLIAM FREEMAN IS favoured with instructions from Ma. Jons MAIN, who is changing bis residence, to Sell by Public Auotion, a large portion of his excellent Household Furoiture. For particulars see posters. SALE TO GOMKBNOB AT .1.30 P.M., PBOIIPT. Auotion Office: Perthyterfyn Cottage, Holywell. Sale by Messrs. Churton, Elphick Sf Co A LLANFYNYDD, FLINTSHIRE' Sale of valuable FREEHOLD FARM, situated in the Parish of Tryddyn, in the County of Flint. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & Co., WILL SELL BY AUOTION, at the GBOSVBKOB HOTEL, CHEST«B, on SATURDAY, THH 4TH DAY Gy JUNE, 1898, At Three o'clock p.m. punctually, in one lot and subject to conditions, the desirable FREEHOLD FARM KNOWN AT "CAE.GRUGROG," With Farm House, suitable Farm Buildings, and about 40 ACRES of Pature and Arable Land, in a ring fence, in the oscupation of Mrs Prioe at the annual rent of X40, situate 6 miles from Mold, 9 miles from Wrexham, and 21 miles from Coed Talon. This Farm is nicely sheltered, and is particularly well-watered, there being in the dairy, a very fine spring of water, there being also one or two small streams running through the property. The Wrexham and Brymbo Railway is now open for passenger traffio to Llanfynydd. Any further information may be obtained from GAY HBATON, Esq., Solicitor, Bournemouth; A. R. FLUITT, Esq., Solicitor, 4, Pepper Street, Chester; or from the ATJOTIONBEBS, Chester (at whose Offices a Plan of the Farm may be seen). WANTED, a DRIVER; a man with a W thorough knowledge of horses. No one need apply that cannot produoe satisfactory references as to honesty and sobriety.—Apply T-A EMT's HOTBL, HOLYWBLL. MKSSBS. FERGUSON AND BAIRD of Counah'. Quay, are now open to take in a few APPRENTICES in the Trade of Ship Carpentry. Age 14 to 15 years. LOST.—On Sunday night, the 22nd inst., from GBANOB FABM, HOLYWBLL, a sable and white COLLIE BITCH.—Apply to Mr DAVID EVANS, on the B arm. TO BE LET—A BEERHOUSE, in Baglllt; also a fully-licensed PUBLIOHOUSE in Flint.-Apply to KBLSTBBTOK BBBWBBY CO., LD. TO BE LET —with immediate posseasiou— SAITHAELWYD COTTAGE, situate about One Mile from the Town of Holywell, and near to Pantasaph. The House stands within its own well-wooded grounds, with lawn in front and gardens. It contains Dining, Drawing and Smoking Rooms, two Kitchens, back Kitoheu and four Bed- rooms. Splendid situation, overlooking Estuary of the River Dee. Stable and Coaoh-house oontigpr —Apply, OBSKBVEB OFFICE, Holywell SUN INSURANCE OFFICE. FOUNDED 1710 Sum insured in 1898. £ 388,952,800, For all particulars apply to the following Agent, HOLY WELL. MB. ROBERT THOMAS. MOLD MESSBS KELLY, KEENE & CO ST. ASAPH MB. Ll. LLOYD. BUCKLEY MB. EDWARD ROBERTS For the Blood is the lAfe.11-Desd-tronmy XII., 28, Health and Vigor depend upon the quantity and quality of the Blood." -H-ani&rian. Keep the Blood pure and the Health of the Syatem will "follow." Smith. We have seen hosts of letters bearing testimony to the M truly wonderful cures effected by Clarke a World-Famed Blood Mixture. It Ï8 the finest Blood Purifier that Science and Medical Skill have brought to light, and we can with "the utmost confidence recommend it to our subscribers and the public generally." -ramay Doctor. cLARK 'S JGLOOD MIXTURE ^JLARKE'S JGLOOD JY £ IXTURE ^JLARKE'S HJLOOD JYJKTURE THE WORLD-FAMED BLOOD PURIFIER, For Scrofula, Sourvy, Eczema, Bad Legs, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Skin and Blood Diseases, Pimples and Sores of all kinds, and for and clearing the Blood from all impurities, it cannot be too highly recommended. It i, the only real specific for Gout and Kheumatic rains, for it removes the cause trom the Blood and Bones. TOLD ME HB WOULD HAVE TO TAKE MY LIP OFF." '• I feel in duty bound to add^ mj testimonial in favour of Clarke's world-famed Blood Mixture; I have suffered for three years and six months with a dreadful sore on my upper lip and chin. I was forced to go to the akin Hospital in Kim Bank-street; they did not do any good to it. Then I tried most of all the Principal institutions in Glasgow, and lastly the Skin and Caucer Institution in St, Vincent-street, and paid one pound before receiving any advice, and the advice will tnat he was afraid I would lose my upper lip I received treatment in this institution for one month, and received no benefit. Then he told me he would have to take the lip off, but I would not consent, and of which I am a proud man to-day. After this I went to the Western Infirmary, and was under a clever skin specialist. I received treatment for 13 weeks, and received a little benefit, and came out and commenced working again at my occupation, but I soon got as bad as ever I then commenced with Clarke's World-famed Blood Mixture,' and after taking five bottles was completely cured. But I still continued taking the Mixture till I had taken 13 bottles You can make use of my name in any way you please.—Yours truly, „ WILLIAM PATBBSO*. "4, Greenfield-street, Govan, Glasgow, January, 5th, 1897." "TURNED OUT OF HOSPITAL, AS I WOULD NOT CONSENT TO HAVE MY LEG OFF." "I send you this testimonial, for I have derived a great benefit by taking Clarke's Blood Mixture, after two years of great suffering with a very bad leg. I have been in a Birmingham hospital 18 months, and six months outpatient at another hospital at Birmingham. I was turned out in- curable, as I would not ^ave kff taken off. I was told to try Clarke's Blood Mature by a fnend of mine, so I sent for a large bottle, and by the time I had taken it I was able to go about on my c'iu.ttc J- "j*4 another bottle, and by the time I had finished it my ^g was quite well, and I am able to go to my work. I am a Birmingham mat., but am working at present in Halu^i ana J. am willing to answer any questions that anyone niaywish to askjfor I cannot speak too highly of it. I recommend it to all. You may make use of this if you like. B. TAYLOB. "2. Hanson Square, Fleet Street, Halifax, Yorks, "October 23rd, 197." IMPORTANT ADVICF, TO ALL.-Cle-se the vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions, and sores clemine it when you find it obstructed and sluggish in the veina; cleanse it when it is foul-your feelings will tell you when. Keep your blood pure, and the health of the system will follow. In bottles, 2s 9.1 each, by all Chemists throughout the World, or sent for 83 stamps, by the proprietors, The Lincoln and Midland Counties Drug Ooy., Lincoln, THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS. CLARKE'S JgLOOD JYJLXTURE. c LARKE'S B LOOI) jypXTURE. QLARKE'S JJLOOD J^IXTURE. Do not be PERIUADQD ? kt Ron IMITATION W SUBSTITUTE. Sale by Messrs. Cunnah 6f Roberts, HOLYWELL, FLINTSHIRE. Highly important and attractive Sale of valuable FREEHOLD and other PROPERTIES, comprising Farms, fully- licensed Public House, well-tenanted Cottages, and choice Building Sites, situate at, and in the immediate neighbourhood of Holywell. MESSES. CUNNAH & ROBERTS HAVE received instructions to Offer for Sale by PUBLIC AUOTION, at the Euro's HSAD HOTBL, HOLTWBLL, ON FRIDAY, THE 17TH DAY OF JUNE, 1898, At Three o'clock in the afternoon precisely, in the following or other Lots as may be determined at the time of Sale, and subject to conditions to be then and there produced and read. LOT 1. All those TWO FREEHOLD MESSUAGES or DWELLING-HOUSES, with the Gardens and Appurtenances thereto belonging, oalled StAmford Cottages," containing lr. 26p., formerly part of a pleee of land called Pant-y-twroh, sitaate near to the Old Stamford Turnpike gate, and between the Old Turnpike road and the existing new Main road leading from Holywell to Mold. These Promises which are edged red in the sale plan, are now in the occupation of Sergeant-Instructor Bradley and John Jones, and produce an annual rental of L12. The mines, minerals and quarries are included in this lot. The gardens are well-stocked with fruit trees, and are situate in suoh an excellent aspect as to prodaoe the earliest crops in the neighbourhood. Loz 2. All those eight several FREEHOLD MESSUAGES or COTTAGES and Gardens, with the appurtenances, known as "The Farm Cottages," situate near to The Grove at Holywell, abutting cn the main road leading from Holywell to Brynford, and containing lr 32p. of land, or thereabouts, now in the respective occupations of John Jones (collier), Thomas Lloyd. Ann Hughes, one house vacant, Meseoh Williams, John Williams, Wm. Edwards, and John Jones (farm laborer), and produoing a rental of 931 16s. Od. This lot is edged yellow in the sale plan. LOT 3. All that piece of valuable FREEHOLD LAND, oontsining 2a. 2r. 24p., situate at Llanerchymor, on the North side of and abutting on the main road leading from Greenfield te Mostyn, in the parish of Whitford, and held on an annual tenanoy by Mrs Ann Daviea, at an annual rental of A12, plus tithe. This lot is edged green on the sale plan. LOT 4. All that other piece or parcel of valuable FREEHOLD LAND, containing 3a. 2r. Op., or thereabouts, adjoining the messuage known as II Llanerohymo, House," also adjoining and abutting on the said main road leading from Greenfield to Mostyn, and held on an annual tenanoy by Mr Robert Parry, at a rent of 410, plus tithe. This lot is sold subject to all such reservations and restrictions as are contained in the Whitford Inclosure Act and Award respectively, and is edged blue in the sale plan. LOT 5. All those Eight several FREEHOLD MESSUAGES, Gardens and Outbuildings, com- prising 2r. 4p., abutting on the high road leading from Holywell to Ysceifiog, and near to Brynford Church, in the respective occupations of John Jones, Mrs Parry, Mrs Jenkins, Mrs Thomas, Mrs Bundred, ditto, one house vaoant, and William Jones, and produoing an annual rental of A24. T bis lot is edged brown on the sale plan. LOT 6. A compact FREEHOLD PROPERTY known as "Llyn-mawn Inn," comprising a stone built house, containing three bedrooms, sitting room, kitohen, taproom, beer cellar, and lean-to milk house. In the rear is a court-yard, with tool house, stable, shippon, oow shed, barn, and all the necessary oon. venience of a farm yard. The house is fully licensed. With this Jot will be sold two pieces of valuable pasture land adjoining, containing with the site of the house and yard 4a. Or. 24p. or thereabouts, and ia now oooupied by Miss Stephenson. The valuable mines, minerals and quarries will be included in this lot which is numbered 1, 2, and 3, and edged red in the sale plan. LOT 7. All those Five several pieces of valuable FREE- HOLD LAND, situate near to Llyn y Mawn Ino, aforesaid, comprising together 26a. Or. 7p. numbered respectively 4, 6, 6, 7 and 8, and edged Green in the Sale Plan/and more particularly desoribed in the following schedule:- NO°N Description Acreage 4 Arable 5 2 2 5 Arable 5 3 7 6 Arable 5 2 10 7 Arable 8 2 20 8 Arable 6 2 8 A26 0 7 The valuable Mines, Minerals and Quarries, will be included in this Lot. There is on this lot a valuable Sand Pit, from which over £ 16 profit was reoeived last year. LOT 8. All that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or Dwelling-honse, Farm, and Out-buildings, oalled II BWLOB," or II Tv CANOI," with the lands and appurtenances thereto belonging, situate in the Pariah of Ysceifiog, containing gll. 2r. Sp., now let to Mr John Jones, on an annual tenanoy of A12, plus tithe. The mines and minerals under this lot, whieh ia edged Yellow in the sale plan, are reserved. LoT 9. A valuable piece of fine PASTURE LAND, con- taining 2a. Or. 13p., situate between Penymaes and the Bagillt New Road, now in the occupation of Mr John Philip Jones, on an annual tenanoy of JM lOa., plus tithe. The mines, minerals and quarries, under this lot, which is edged Blue on the sale plan, will be in- oluded in the sale. LOT 10. The valuable MINES, MINERALS, and QUARRIES in, upon, or under the several messuages, land and hereditaments situate near to The Viotoria, Bagillt New-road, edged brown on the sale plan, with free right of entry on the said land to raise, work, and take away suoh mines, minerals, and quarries, on paying compensation for surface damage. LOT 11. All the ESTATE and INTEREST of the Vendors of and in a messuage or dwelling-house and garden, situate at Brynford, held under onstomary tenure under His Grace the Duke of Westminster at a nominal rental, and now let on annual rental of j64 to Edwin Rowlands. This lot is edged yellow on the sale plan. LOT 12. All the ESTATE and INTEREST of the Vendors of and in a messuage or dwelling-house, farm and land called Brymannau," Brynford, aforesaid, held under oustomary tenure under His Grace the Duke of Westminster, at a nominal rental, and now let on an annual rental of ig to Thomas Williams; This lot is edged blue on the sale plan. LOT 18. All that oapital FREEHOLD MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, with the Outbuildings, Garden, and Land thereunto belonging, oalled "Maegwyn," situate at Penypylle, near Holywell, containing 2a. 2r. 20p. or thereabouts, now let to John Edwards, at an annual rental of L22. The valuable mines and minerals under this lot, which is edged red in the sale plan, will be included in the sale. Plans and all further particulars ooncerning the several Properties, may be obtained of Mr S. STHPIIBNBON, Chemist, 98, Kensington, Liverpool; of Mr H. A. OoPB, Solicitor, Holywell, or of the AUCTIONHBBS. Auotion Offloe:— Newgate Street, Cheated, 26th May, 1898. ST. WINEFRED'S LODGE OF ANCIENT SHEPHERDS, GREENFIELD. THE EIGHTH ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY In oonneotion with the above Friendly Sooiety, WILL BB BBLD AT FFORDD FER, HOLYWELL, ON Whit-Monday. May 30th, 1898. A GRAND PROCESSION of Members will take place at 9 a.m, headed by the Welsh Flannel Mills Silver Prize Bknd. IN THB AFTEBNOON, THB FOLLOWING GBAND Athletic Sports COMMENCING AT TWO O'OLOCK. Jumicii: -Messrs. J. W. Bennett, J. H. Hague, and A. F. Williams. STABTBB :—Mr J. Ll. Williams. CLBBK OF TBB COUBSB :—Mr A. Conlon. PROGRAMME 1.—100 YARDS RACE for boys under 16 years of age.—1st, 6s.; 2nd, 2s. 6d.-Entranoe 3d. 2.—100 YARDS SKIPPING RACE for girls under 16 years of age.—1st, 5s; 2nd, 2s. 6d.— Entranoe 3d. 3.—120 YARDS RACE (open).-lat, 10s.; 2od, õ.Eotranoe 6d. 4.—HIGH JUMP (open).—1st, 10s.; 2nd, 5a.— Entrance 6d. 6.—QUARTER-MILE HURDLE RACE (handicap).—1st, 20s.; 2nd, 10s.; 3rd, DS.- Entranoe la. 6.—QUOITING MATCH (open). 1st, 12S. 2nd, 6S.—Entrance 6d. 7.-DONKEY RACE (open).—1st, 10s.; 2nd, 7s.— Entrance 6d. 8.—220 YARDS RACE (open).-Ist, 16. 2nd, 7s. 6d.-Eutrauoe 6d. Q.-THROWING A CRICKET BALL (open).— 1st, 7a. 6d. 2nd, 5s.—Entrance 6d. 10.—ONE MILE RACE (open).—1st, 20c! 2nd, 10ii.-Entrauce h. 11.—KICKING A FOOTBALL (open).-Itit, 5s.; 2nd, 2s. 6d.-Entrance 6d. 12.—30 YARDS PEG RACE (open).-lot, lis. 2nd, 71.-Entranoe 6d. CONDITIONS.— Entries to olose fifteen minutes before each event; quoiting match before four opolock. Competitors in number six to provide their own quoits. Three to run where two prizes are offered, and four to run where three' prizes are offered, or no race. It racing costume is worn, loose drawers round the loins and pumps mut be worn. The decisions of the officials are final. Admission to the Field:—SIXPENCE. THB WELSH FLANNEL MILLS SILVER PRIZE BAND WILL BB IN ATTEND AN OH. Ring set apart for Dancing. Refreshments provided on the Ground. For further particulars, apply to A. OONLON, SPOBTS SBOBBTABY, Penvball-Street, Holywell. oB R. E. G. WILLIAMS, TBBASUBBR, Penyball. Street, Holywell. THE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNUAL FLINT ODDFELLOWS' SPORTS, Under distinguished Patronage, will be held on WHIT-TUESDAY, MAY 31ST, 1898, CONSISTING OR Horse, Pony, WMppet, Flat and Hurdle Races, COMMENGING AT 2.30 P.M. Brass Band for Dancing, and all kinds of Amusements provided. PROGRAMME. 1.-2.30-FLAT RACE. Handioap. 440 yards (Mayor's Prize). let, 11; 2nd, 10s.: 3rd, Pipe (Mr Barber's Prize). En- trano 6d. Open to all oomers. 2.—3.0—PONY RACE, Nantlys Stakes (in heats). Distance about 6 Furlongs. Ponies not to exceed 14 hands. Weight for Ponies 14 hands, 8 stone. 7 lbs. allowed for every inoh under. 1st, S5 2nd, XI, Entranoe, 2a. 6d. Open to all oomers. 3.—3,30—HURDLE RACE, Handicap (the "Dee" Prize), 250 yards. Over 6 flights of Hurdles. 1st, JE1 5a.; 2nd, Pair of Boots, value 10s. 6d. (Mr Hilton's Prize); 3rd, 2s. Entrance, 6d. Open to all comers. 4.—3.46—OPEN FLAT RACE FOR HORSES (in beats) "Flint Castle Lodge" Stakes 1st, 910; 2nd, S2. Entranoe, 5s. Distance about 1 mile. Three-years- old, 10 stone 7 lbe. four-years and upwards. 11 stone 7 lbs. 5.—4-16—HIGH JUMP (Town Clerk's Prize). 1st, £1 5s. 2nd, 7s. 6d.; 3rd, One Pound of Tobaooo. Entrance, 6d. Open to all oomers. 6.—4.30— £ 6 DOG HANDIOAP (WHIPPETS) (in heats). 1st, J61, or Cup to valne (Mr Ryan's Prize); 2nd, 16s.; 3rd, 5s. Entrance, 28. Distance 200 yard". Under Whippet Rules. Open to all comers. Partioulars regarding Whip- pets must be fully and correctly given, that is to say, the weight of the dog, the Box, the color of dog, and Handi- caps already won, if any, up to date. All dogs will be weighed before start- ing, and the final heat starters im- mediately after the race. 7.—6.0—FLAT RACE, Handioap (" Liverpool Arms" Prize). Distance Half-Mile. 1st, JB1 2nd, Timepiece (Mr Sohwarz's Prize); 3rd, 5s. Entrance 6d. Open. 8.-6.20.-BOY8' RACE, 160 yards. For Boys under 14 years of age. let, Glass Flower Vases (Mr Holden's Prize); 2nd, a Copper Kettle (Mr Edwards Prize); 3rd, Is. Entranoe free. 9.—5.40—FLAT RACE, Handicap, 120 yards, in heats if necessary (Oakenholt Prize). 1st, JE3 2nd, El 3rd, 6s. Entranoe 6d. Open to all comers. Winners of Money Prizes can have Value if preferred. The Prizes will be distributed at the OddfellowJ' Rail, at 8 p.m. by the Stewards. Admission to the Ground (by Ticket only), Sixpence. Stands will be erected. Refreshments on the Ground. Cheap Trains will be rnn from certain Stations between Colwyn Bay and Flint, and Chester and Flint. For particulars, see Railway Bills. Programmes and conditions can be bad by post, from the Secretary, lid. J. ORAIG, SBOBBTABY, FLINT. H. OWEN, EW., TBBABvBBp.

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