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CHJEAi* P it £ PAID ADVERTISEMENTS. I-IM description of Wanted, tor bale," aim similar itertieaments can be inserted in this column at the (allowing cheap PREPAID rates. Stamps or Postal id* cut be sent:— 16 words, once M., three times In it words, „ 9d., h. M. 32 words, Is., » 2s. 40 words, „ lø. 3d. „ '■ 6d. And so on, Adding 3d. for every additional S words OW This Scale only applies to PREPAID advertisements Situations V cant. ANTED shortly at Grammar School, W Ruthin, a good, useful, intelligent SERVANT. Age from 20 to 24. Apply at the G&rrmiar School, Ruthin. 2214u.c ARLOURMAID W AN TD immediately I fer country (North Wales). Small fiucGily. Wages, L24 all found. Good character indispensable. Apply, letter only, R. Post Office, Ruthin. *d!7 ANTED a Respectable Woman, 30 to 40 YV years of age, as HOUSEKEEPER on small farm. Good home to suitable person. Address H. Free trem Office, Denbigh. *2228dlO TvrA^m7'WORKING HOUSEKEEPER, V1 from 30 to 35, at a farmhouse liberal stages to respectable person. Apply by letter, to 11 Farmer," Free Press Office, Ruthin. 22,58dl ANTED, the Farmers and other In- Vv habitants of Denbigh and District to now that sam T. Miller is a buyer of Old Iron and other Metals, &c., at his Marine Stores, The Factory, Denbigh. Best prices given. lB20u^c-^ To be Let. O LfcYT, SHEEP FARM, MAES-Y- Ti'DDYN UCHA," 187 acres; good house and buildings. Sneer- to ba taken at valuation. Possession at once. Apply, Mr. Oliver Evans, Firgrove, Ruthin. *c*1''r_ j"i \0 LET, SYUNEY COTT&GE, Wern- JL fechan, Ruthin. Apply, Mr. Roberts, Blue Bell, Gwyddelwern. 2248dl7 A" PARTMENTS" TO~ LET—Sitting and Bedroom. Apply 78, Vale Street, Denbigh. d3 r» )O BE LET, with immediate possession, 1 GADLAS FARM, Llanasa. For farther particulars, please apply to Mr. W. fJonwy -Bell, Bodrhyddan Estate Offices, Rhuddlan, K.S.O., 2232d3 OUrvK TO LtT. — Containing five bed- rooms and large sitting room, at Townsend, J Wibigh 3 minutes' walk from the butio,.I. lor further particulars to Mrs. Hnehes, Con tec doner, Vale ritreet, Denbigh. 2238u.c. 0 BE LET OK SOLD, a Valuable FREEHOLD HOUSE and SHOP, on the way to the Station, in Ruthin, containing a plate-glass front to shop, cellar kitchen, scullery, dining room, drawing rocan, and 7 bedrooms. Apply to W. T. Rouw, Dedwbydd fa, Ruthin. 2188dlO For 3ale. ON SALE, 6 acres of SWEDES, by the row or ton, to suit purchasers. Apply Thomas Bibby, Cefn Iwrch Fawr, Gyffylliog. 2227dlO 02i SALE, a lurry load of good old MANURE no cow nor pig very good far gardens. Price, 5s. a tan. Apply, The Cottage, Llanrhaiadr. 2240d3 HRESHING MACHINE and ENGINE For Sale. Cheap. Apply Alfred Jones, Plas Clough Farm, Denbigh, 2156u.c FOR SALE, a Dark Brown PONY, 12 hands high; aged 5 years quiet to ride and drive. Apply Richards, Nantglyn, Denbigh, *d3 -r- Miscellaneous. THE Winning Number for the BICYCLE DRAW at Caerwys is 37. d3 WANTED Second-Hand GOVERNESS CAKT and HARNESS to suit Cob 13-1. Preston, The Warren, Bodfftri. 2191u.c, Glanrafon, Llandyrnog. I WILLIAM LLOYD, will not be responsible for any debt or debts con- tracted by MY WIFE from this day, Hovember 18th, and afterwards. OMd3 (Signed), WILLIAM LLOYD. Servants' Registry. y '-1, SERVANTS' FTOI8*RYi conducted by Mrs. Aldricb, STATIONER, i RUTHIN BHABLISHBD 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. WANTED Experienced Ladies Maid, who understands dressmaking and hair- drtssing, for two ladies; good Nurso for Conway, three children, wages £ 18; Cook- Generals for London, Southport, Rhyl, and Lhuaddulas, £ 14 to £ 16; Housemaid. W aitreas low Hotel, .&15; Nurse-Housemaid for Rhyl; I and Young Generals.-Disengaged. Head jKitehenmaia or Cook in small family. MBS. ROWBOTHAM, Hall Square (LATE OF 28, VALE STREET). Ladies' and Children's Outfitter. fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. WANTED thorough Plain Cooks for VV Mold, Rhyl; and one for near Denbigh, man family, dairy and baking, £ 20; House- maid Waitresses. Housemaids, Waitresses and Kiichenmaids for Hotels, Experienced Generals fccj Farm Servants wanted at once, liberal mega .-Disengaged: A thorough experienced Housemaid Waitress for beginning of January, wages £ 18; also young General Servants rioum raced. "— o q — Rhyl Agency for Servants. MRS. GREENHOUSE, 17. WATER STRICT, RHYL. WANTED good Cooks, baking and dairy; wages £ 18 to £ 25. Experienced House- maid Waitressei for Cheshire, St. Asaph, and RhyJ; Housemaids, Nurse-Housemaids, and goed Generals for Rhyl, St. Asaph, Ruthin, h, andColwyn Bay strong Generals for ten, able to milk.—Disengaged; Good Nurses, Oritdren's Maids, and Waitresses. *d31 V^otTT^ PXX^R^S. PCB GOUT, RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA Excruciating Pain is quickly xfjeved and cured in a few days by these celebrated Pills; well-known as the Great Remedy for the above: Complaints, SURE, 16PE AND EFFECTUAL. So d by all Chomiste"and ores at Is. Id .»ù ts. 9d per box. 064al Messrs. C LOUGH&Co., Land Agents, general Valuers Auctioneers Surveyors, &o., DENBIGH AND HnYL. Mortgages & lioans negociated At PLAS UCHAF FARM, Prestatyu, The Live & Dead Farming Stock, On FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9th, 1898. Sale at 11 o'clock. Catalogues ready 8 days before the Sale. o 2222d3 DEN BIGLI SMITH FIELD, Tuesday (Fair Day), December 13th, 1898. a MESSRS. CLOUGH & cu. will hold their ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW AND Sale of FAT STOCK, when PRIZES will be given as usual, including 4 SILVER CUPS and MONEY PRIZES, a list of which can be obtained from the Auc!ioneers, who respectfully so icit further Entries. Present Entries comprises some of the Grandest and Choicest Xmas Oxen ever seen, Barren Heifers, Bulls, Fat Cows, Calves, Shropshire, Cross-bred and Welsh Wethers, Ewes and Lambs. A good entry of Bacon and Porket Pigs. The Auctioneers beg to call the attention of .1 Butchers, Purveyors, and Dealers to the excellent quality of the Stock in general, from the large size to the young, small, and compact I Bea.sts, suitable for all consumers. The Stock comes from the well-known under- mentioned Feeders -T. Williams, Esq., j Llewesog; T. D. Thomas, Esq,, Pare Postyn; P. E. Story, Esq., Coppy; T. W. Bowdage, Esq. G. Williams, Esq., Gwerclas Mr. Hughes, Henllys Mr. Williams, Glanclwyd I Mr. Humphreys, Goblin; Mr. Clift, College Farm; Mr. Griffith, Llanfair; Mr. Jones, Bwlch-y-Gynog Mr. Jones, Cae Gwyn etc. 2182dl0 Sale by Mr. Frank Lloyd. THURSDAY NEXT, DECEIVER 8thT at 12 o'clock. ST. ASAPH XM^p/ SALE. TjlRANK LLOYD has grini^totries from J_ most of the principal} bteefters./maBy being of exceptional mem. 140 Extra Grand Bullocks, iB eife*S, & Bulls. 60 Dairy Cows and Store Cattle./ ¡ 500 Shropshire, Clun, and Welsh Wethers. 200 Fat and Pork Pigs andealves. X30 in Prizes iu all closes, including the Challenge Cup for Best Beast, and several Prizes for farmers. Entries eligible up no time of Sale. Stock should be in by 10 o'clock. Judging, 10.30. Sale, 12 o'clock. 2252d3 SALES BY David lioberts & Son, Auctioneers and Valuers, > CORWEN, DENBIGH, & LLANGOLLEN. COUNTY OF Denbigh! MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON have received instructions to Sell Bv Auction, at the WYNNSTAY ARMS HOTEL. RUTHIN, on MONDAY, the 19th DECEM- BER, 1898, at 2.30 o'clockflin the afternoon (subject to conditions thto Ibfcj produced), all ro that Valuable 10reeho known as D I PFKTCOED \UC5A,-1 to, Pwllglaa of #1 <i3t*nt «>out #*nil«s from the on1" •. Jr' ■on1'ain g ty admeasurement x JV, P*' or t^e^boutb, ot r.ah Arable "d Pasture Land, now in the t Pupation of Mr. pavid Hughes, as tenant^ at a reduced rental of ^120 per annum. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Corwen & Denbigh or to Aneurin 0. Evans, Esq., Solicitor, Denbigh. S253417 PAROCHIAL SALE OF WORK. On FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9TH, at 2.30 p.m., I Mrs. Townshend Mainwaring (OF GALLTFAEKAX), will open A SALE OF WORK at the Church House. The Stalls will be well provided with Fancy and Useful Articles. Suitable Xmas Presents in Abundance. Admission ^—2^30 to Gwn., Sixpence. 6p.m. to 10 p.m., Threepence. 226ld3 MAKE A N OTE OF IT. Large and very Choice Stock <J BRITISH AND FOREIGN Imported CIGARS, zilot ABSOLUTELY the FINEST BRANDS obtainable, in Boxes of 5's, 12's, 25's, and up to 500's. Large range of very best BRIAKS, LOZVIIC, BB Etc.: B in and out of Cases, Cifar and Cigarette Tubes and Cases, Vesta Boxes. Tobacco Jar., Plush and other Fancy Pouches, and everything suitable for Xmas Presents. Very Beat Goods. VEBYJ JLOWEST PRICES. Please Call. BULLER, DENBIGH. < 2251&1 0 Sales by Mr. G. F. Byford- PLAS YN JLLAW, EFENECHTYD, near Ruthin. 1 Monday, the 5th day of December, 1898. ■. > Important Sale of 19 Head of well-bred Fat t and Store 2 and 3-year old Bullocks, 2 powerful Cart Horses, handsome Black Cob Pony Mare, 21 Fat Welsh Lambs, a small small collection of modern Farm Implements, (all recently new), Horse Gearing, set of Pony Harness. Governess Trap, &c., by instructions from Mr. John Jones, who has let the farpi. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock prompt. Three months credit on approved security for sums of 1:5 and upwards, or discount given for cash. G. F. BYFORD, Auctioneer. Auctioneer's Office, 12, St. Peter's Square, Ruthin. 2215d3 Great Christmas Sale OF FAT STOCK AT THE VALE OF CLWYD AUCTION MART. RUTHIN- ~l of -the Choicest Bred VER Cattle already entered, including Prime B;ack Welsh Oxen, Herefords, Scotch Galloways, Devons, Short-horn and Cross-breds. Welsh, Shropshire, and Cross-bred Wethers. Bacon and Pork Pigs. PRIZ¥ LIST Oil THE Great CHRISTMAS SALE of FAT STOCK, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 1898, 2 weeks keep allowed on Christmas Fed Stock. Clasa £ s. d. 1 For the best 2 Fat Beasts, under 2 years old, the property of the same owner 2 2 0 2 For the best 2 Fat Beasts, under 3 years old, ditto do. 2 2 0 3 For the best 2 Fat Beasts, any age, ditto do. 2 2 0 4 For the best Fat Bul!ock 1 1 0 5 For the best Fat Heifer 1 0 6 SPECIAL PRIZE given by Messrs. Rouw & Son, for the best Fat Bull Silver Cup 7 SPECIAL PRIZE given by Mr. E. Tegid Owen, Castle Hotel, for the best Fat Cow ..110 8 SPECIAL PJMZE given by Mr. T. H. Rigby, Jeweller, to the Seller of the largest amount in value of Stock for Auction at the Vale of Clwyd Christmas Sale .Silver Cup No Prize Beasts to compete in more than one class except in the Open and Mr. D. Thomas's Special Prizes. 9 SPECIAL PRIZE given by W. Lloyd, Esq., Cefn Coch. for the best pen of 5 Fat Wethers, any large breed 0 15 0 10 SPECIAL PRIZE given by W. Lloyd, Esq., Cefn Coch, for the second j best pen of 5 Fat Wethers, any large breed 0 7 6 1] SPECIAL PRIZE given by Messrs. Gittins & Beech, for the best 10 Mountain Wethers, fed by a Tenant Farmer oo. 1 1 0 H SPECIAL E given by Mr. R. Roberts, Hand Brewery, for the second beat pen of 10 Mountain Wethers, fed by a Tenant Farmer 0 10 6 13 For the best 10 Fat Welsh Wethers .« 0 15 0 14 For the second best pen of 10 Welsh Wethers 0 7 6 15 For the best 10 Fat Welsh Ewes 0 15 0 16 For the second best 10 ditto 0 7 6 17 For the best Fat Calf 0 5 0 18 SPECIAL PRIZE given by Mr. Tickle, Wynnstay Arms Hotel, for the best 3 Fat Pigs, the property of the game owner 0 10 6 19 For the best 3 Fat Porkers, the property of the same owner, under 6 score live weight. 0 5 0 Special Prizes given by Mr. D. R. Ttomas, 2.a, isa, Llanfair. 20 Beat Fat Cow or Bull 1 0 0 21 Best Fat Bullock or Heifer 1 0 0 Exhibitors to have used not less than One Ton of Cake or Met!, sold by Mr. THOMAS, since May, 1898. The Prize Stock in every Class to be sold out bona-fide, otherwise the prize money will be withheld. All Stock will be numbered as they enter the Mart, and a Ballot taken of the number to commence the S.e; in order to save any dispute. No Town Toll or Pen Hire on Stock Sold by Auction. J I Stock consigned overnight will be met at the Station (if sent by rail), and receive every Attention-Free of Charge. uSsum* ,e°d siMk emi7 Further Entries respectfully solicited. G. F. BYFORD, Offices—St. Peter's Square, Ruthin.AUC2216d3' BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. Notice Is Hereby Given that the CHRISTMAS MARKET I. At Denbigh, will be held on WEDNESDAY. 21st DECEMBER inst. Notice Is Hereby Further Given, that Monday, the 26th December, being a. BANK HOLIDAY THE SHOPS and other Places of Business in the Town will be Closed as Usual that day. EDWARD A. TURKOt'J? t\r Denbigh, 1st December, 1898, 22^6dl°7 You won't have Wet Feet if you use DALFsl DUBBIN. T5 ATITIIS' water- I PlU proofer for Boots and Harness. Softens and preserves GOLD MEDAL father. Pleasant odour Allows polishing. Highest Awards at 22 DUBBINl^rea.1™2d- Of all Bootmakars. Saddlers, Ironmongers. DA VIES, Market Vaults, Denbigh begs to inform his numerous Customers that he has a Splendid Stock of the following igoods at popular Prices, namely:- r Very Old Port and Sherries, Ditto Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Old Tom Gin and Holland Gin. K.F.M. DEMARARA RUM, Lime Juice and Peppermint, MARTELL'S FRENCH BRANDY, Moet and Chandon Champagnes, RUTHIN CAMBRIAN MINERAL WATERS, I Truman, Hanbury, Buxton, & Co., Limited's CELEBRATED ALES AND LONDON STOUT always on hand, on Draught or in Bottles. Also in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks. always in Reliable Condition. A TRIAL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED, Market Vaults, DENBIGH. 1344j31 Do not Buy your CONFECTIONERY OR I' REFRESHMENTS until you REACH Lhe Establishment of DAVID WILLIAMS, CONFECTIONER AND UROCER (opposite to the TOWN HALL), Yale Street, Denbigh. D. Williams' Confectionery and Cakes of all kinds are celebrated for excellence of quality, whilst at the same time they are cheaper than those sold elsewhere. Purchasers may rely upon getting the best quality at the lowest price. Visitors will. find this the beat house in town for Refreshments of all hinds. Splendid Stock of GROCERY AND PROVISIONS at most reasonable prices. NOTE THE ADDRESS David Williams, Opposite the Town Hall, DENBIGH. iMuo. D. EVAN HUGHES (late Howel Lloyd), SEEDSMAN, FLORIST, AND FRUITERER, Henllan Place, Denbigh has a grand Selection of Fruit, Flowers, Artificial Wreaths Globes, etc. D. E. Hughes begs to announce that he has just received his New Stock of Bulbs, Tulips, Hyacinth, Crocus Narcissus Snowdrops, Double Daffodils, etc. Furchasers would do well by coming to inspect this Stock before buying elsewhere. Prices moderate. Also his fine New StocK of Artificial Wreaths and Globes. Marble inscriptions varigated in wording. Agen for Canary Guano. Sold in tins, Is. & 6d 2029s .99 You can get every HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE Cheap and Good at T. P. ROBERTS', FURNITURE MART, RUTHIN FIRST SLABS rUBNITUBI for Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bedrooms, Kitchens, etc. Pianofortes, Harmoniums, etc. SIX LARGE SHOW ROOMS Fully Stocked. Wonderful Y!lJlle at LOW PRICES. 18.S3j99 G. LLOYD ROBERTS, < Railway Hotel, DENBIGH, begs to inform his numerous customers that he has a Splendid Stock of the Finest WINES, SPIRITS, CIDER, and CIGARS. that can be bought. Old Tom, John de Kuper's Geneva Gin. and Martel's Brandy. Ales and Stout on Draught and in Bottle. HARVEST ALEST in Casks at Is. per ] Gallon. Agent for Worthington & Co., Burton on Trent. 1807u.c. WILLIAMS', 13, Portland Place, Denbigh, BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE. MRS. EDWARDS begs to thank her deceased Father and Sister's numerous Customers for their kind patronage for over 4C years during which they carried on the Boot and Shoe Trade in the above address, and to assure them that every attention to their requirements will be given in future bv Miss CBOMAR, who was with Miss Williams for years, assisting her in the Business, therefore thoroughly understands the trade, and will endeavour to give every Customer the best value at the LOWEST PRICE, and by strict attention to the Business hopes to merit their further confidence and patronage. 1743j99 TANGYJ:S' Pretroleum (or Oil) Engines. SIZES READY—1 to 16 BREAK HORSE POWER. SIMPLE. RELIABLE ECONOMICAL. Represents tives Wanted ia Agricultur Districts. Apply to TANGYES' LIMITED Districts. Apply to TANGYES' LIMITED L3, DEANBGATE, MANCHESTER. 1818dSl Advice Worthy of your Attention. IF YOU WANT GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of the BEST QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES, Try R. OWEN. OUR PRICES FOR CORN, FLOUR, &c., will stand comparison, whilst the Quality is guaranteed. NOTE ADDRESS R. OWEN, 45, High Street, u- AND Star Shop, DENBIGH. WAREHOUSES: Diamond Buildings. NOTICE! NOTICE!! No. 39, High Street. c;p- THE SHOP FOR GENTLEMEN. A LARGE STOCK OF Hats, Caps, Ties, Shirts, Collars, and Hosiery. Complete Gent's Outfitter. R GRIFFITH JONES, 39, High St., Denbigh. 1737jeS DON'T FORGET TO NOTE THE ADDRESS. S. A. WHEWAY, 12, RUTHIN ROAD, DENBIGH, has the finest selection in the District of Glas- China, and p Karthenware, suitable for Mansioiie, Hotels, and Cottages also a large aooortment of ptimings, Creamintfs. Bakihg Dishes, See-, &e. Excellent Variety o PLOWER POTS of all sizes. Galvanized Backets and Baths IIJad¿ at the very best Factories; and a magnificent Show of Southport and Faney Baskets. Dolls, Toys, Brashes o ever) desciipLion, S. A. WHEWAY only Patronises the best Houses, and she invites all to compare her Prices with any Liverpool or Manchester Houses. 1469a.o. F, FALKNSS'S CELEBRATED "EXTRA OLD" Irish Whiskey. THE FINEST SPIRIT IN THE MARKET. A. & T. ASHFORD, Sole Agents for Denbigh. 2142a29 America OUNARD LINE FIVE AND A THIRD DAY PASSAGES. _i = ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FROM LIVERPOOL CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN, For rew TORT f UMBBIA 8»t„ Doc. S J TU., LiUCANIA Sat., Dee. 10 CATALOJuA.. iue8 ETRURIA 8»t., Vec. 17 I H1IAANIA Xnes., De«, j3 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate SUNS tor FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD c £ £ Passengers. Through Bookings to CHINA JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIA' also to all parts ol United States and Canada, in- eluding Klondyke, &o. Thud Class Passengers by Boston steamers booked to New York Philadelphia, and Baltimore without extr^ Chaige. Third Class outfit free, particulars apply to The Canard Steamship Company Ltd., ] 8 Water-street, Liverpool, to their Agent, I W. H. IDATIW,! Vsl*-StreCto DolkbAoh Kiel Butter in Perfection. E. P. JONES) SON & Co., I DENBIGH, I are direct importers of the Finest Kiel Butter, and therefore the Public can rely on Quality and Freshness and the Price as the Lowest. 2224fl2 Scholastic. QUKL8' jgOAKDING AND DAY gCHOOr Love Lane House, Denbigh. PMWCIPAL—MISS E. HUBBARD. The Course of Instruction includes English, Mueto, Singing, French, German, Drawing, Painting, and Needlework. Pupils can be pre- pared tor the Local Examination. Dentistry. Cental Notice. MR. THOMAS XJUKYN (FROM LONDON), DENTAL SURGEON, succes sor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. R Williams), may be consulted daily at Fern Villa, Church Street, Bhyl. DENBIGH.—Every Wednesday at Mr. J Harrison Jones, Apothecaries Hall. RUTHIN.-The First Tuesday and Th.rd Monday in each Month at Mr. Williams Tudor House, 6, Well Street. N.B.—Patients visited by appointment. MR. E. W. KEATINGE, L.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST. ri Vaenol," Opposite the Church), Russell Road, RHYL. ATTENDANCES. JBNBIGH-A* Mr. T. R. Jones, Milliner, 50 High Street, every Wednesday. aUTHIN—At Mrs. Rigby, Jeweller's Shop, 6, St. Peter's-equare, every First Tuesday in the Month (Fair Day), and every -hird Afcnday Picture Framing. HE LSBY'S Best and Cheapest house for every description of PICTURE FRAMING. HELSBY'S, 24, "Vale St., Denbigh. [ESTABLISHED 1874.] 22llfll G Charge of the 2ist Lancers at Omdurxnan was Noble, but the Charge for 1898 Highest Grade Cycles AT BULLER S is ridiculously Low during the next week or two only. W.B. (who has just returned from Coventry) is iabie to offer the World's Best Machines at Price., UNDER COST of Pr«ductioc, Stole" Rovers, Townends, Excelsiors, Raglan, and' many other of the Best Makers. Also a few Equal to New, at Second-hand Prices; very httle used. Anyone in search of B A R A T vr Q are respectfully invited to call, or write, and make enquiries. NOTE1 ADDress IB U L L E R., Portland Place, L;j DENBIGH. 2130j14 Tailo Tailoring for Ladies. "r-r A HARRY ROBERTS, 1' A I LI O B 80> PARK ST., DENBIGH, solicits orders for TAILORMADB GARMENTS FOR LADIES r GOOD FIT and STYLE Guaranteed. All Orders receive strict Personal attention. 2260115* XSTABLISHSD 1861. Birkbeck Bank. Southampton Buildirp*, Chancery Lane, Londca. TWO and a HALF per CENT. INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS, repayable on demand. TWO per cent. on CURRENT ACCOUNTS, on minimum monthly balance, when not drawn below £ 100. STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES pur- ehasedand sold. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. For the encouragement of Thrift the Bank receives small sums on deposit, and allows Interest Monthly on each completed .£1. BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY- HOW TO PURCHASE A HOU8E Folt TWO GUINEAS PER MONTH.CNMKTY [ BIRKBECK FREEHOLD LAND SOcmix HOW TO PURCHASE A PL £ £ vTH Denbighshire Infirmary and. General Dispensary. THE ANNUAL BALL, in aid of the Funds of this Charity will lield in the COUNTY HALL, DENBIGH, Oil Thursday, 15th December next- t PRESIDENT S. J. WARING, ESQ. (Brynmorfydd), LADY PATRONESS Idiss BURTON (Gwaenynog). W. VAUGHAN JONES, Denbigh, November 16th, 18& Vale of Clwyd Cricket, Croquet. and Lawn Tennis Club. LADY PATRONESS MRS. W. C, JONES. PRESIDENT COL, ME SHAM. THE ANNUAL BALL will be held in the COUNTY HALL, DENBIGH, On FRIDAY, the 16th DECEMBER, 1998, Dancing to commence at 10 p.m. Tickets -Ceutlenion, 10s. 6d.; Ladies, 7s. 6d. GUY FRANCIS, Bon.Sec. Denbigh, 10th November, 1898. 2193dl0 DRILL HALL, DEN.BIGH, Monday and Tuesday, December 5th and 6th. Visit of Miss Hallie Q. Brown M.Sc. (of Wilberforce College, Ohio, U.S.A.). On MONDAr, DECEMBER 5th, at 8 Miss BROWN will deliver a I TEMPERANCE LECTURE. Chairman-J. HARRISON JONES, Esq., J.P. A Collection will be made at the Meeting, On TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6th, Miss BROWN will give a GRAND RBCITAL, Humorous and Pathetic. Programme will be interspersed with C, Vocal and Instrumental Music, contributed by Miss MEREDITH JONES, Mr. T. BARTLBY, Mr. T. MEIRION JONES, and the CAIEDFRYN QUARTETTE PARTY- Messrs. R. Davies, T. C. Jones, R. Jones, and T. M. Jones. Solo PianistMr. A. H. ALLIES. Presidcnt :-E. A. TURNOUR, ESQ. (Mayor), Admission -Front Seats (Reserved), 2s. Second ditto, Is.; Third ditto, 6d. Doors open at 7 30 p.m., to commence at 8. Tickets may be obtained, and a Plan of the Room may be seen at the Establishments of Messrs. E. T. Jones and W. Price Jones. 2254d3 The Seventeenth Annual Ruthin Christmas Show in the Municipal Buildings, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15th, PRIZES for Farmers, Cottagers, Amateurs p p- Br^? Bakers» and Dog, Poultry, Pigeon, and Cage Bird Keepers. Total Value, Over One Hundred Pounds. URGENT NOTICE. The Entries in the ART SECTION Closed on the 1st instant, and all the other ENTBIBS will Close FINALLY on WEDNESDAY MOBNING NEXT, at Nine o'clock (First Post), the day after the DXCEHBEK BUTHZX FAIB. In order that the Preparation of the Catalogue and the 8ending out of Tickets mav be do^e punctually, Intending Exhibitors are Urgently Requested to send in their Entries at once but al who cannot do so may Kiye them m m Ruth n on the Fair Day Sn t Secretary will be in attendance to receive them at London House, St. Peters Square. as^heETotS v°f N°u F0BGET TO ENTER, us™ 1?0 •cei™i "p t0 ,he pK" is Vel; Small, W. T. BROCKLEBURST, 2152d3 Borthyn, Ruthin The Board of Agriculture. Proposed Exchange. THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE Hereby Give Notice that HUGH ROBERT HUGHES, of Kizimel Park, in the County of Denbigh, Esquire, and ROBERT WILLIAM WYNNE, of Garthewin, Abergele, in the said. County, Esquire, have applied under the provisions of The Inclosure Acts, 1845 to 1882," for the Exchange of certain lands in which the said HUGH ROBERT HUGHES is the person interested, in the parish of Llanfairtalhaiaro, iu the said Countr, containmg altegether 122ft. 2r. 2p., or thefi ar eft' Jo comprising Nos. 40, 42, 45, 60 to bu, 67, 68, 93 to 97, 99, 121, 122 and 124. ind parts of Nos. 66, 123, and 128 on the Ordnance Map of the said parish with a 1 rights of common appurtenant to the said lands, for certain lands in which the said ROBERT WILLIAM WYNNE is the peraon interested in the Parish of Abergele, in the said County, 3ontaining altogether 175a. 3r. lip., or there- abouts, and comprisirg Nos. 2056 to 2002, 2080 to 2088, 2214, 2267, 2258, 2261, 2317, 2318, 2320 to 2328. 2344, 2348 to 2362, 23C7, 2390, and part of No. 2346 on the Ordiiance Map of the said parish. Any person entitled so a ay Estate or charge upon the said lauds, or any part who dissents from the proposed li;3[iAiApeomust give notice of such dissent ill wrttms- to the Board of Agriculture, on or before the 16th day of March next. s ELLIOTT, Secretary. 3, St. James',$ Sqnsre, iondoia, S.W. 8243317 28th November, 1898. 2243d17 I^ORTH Wales Counties Asylum Denbigh. J CONTRACTS FOR SUPPLIES. rrHBeC^^NDER?^8 &rv.e Wea to pushes, Clothing, Attendant for the ensuing Six months Lmioim> &c- 'se^Stoly.wd^J? ?ay be te?dered for not later than 4 Tenders mus* be received DECEMBER Hth isgs/'111' °D ™EOKESOAT' Quantities likely to te required, and Forma of Tender may be had on plication to the Steward, and no other Form -lender will be accepted. WM. BARKER, nA., „ Cl«rk and Steward. Wh NoTwafctr, 1898, 3244d3