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SALE. SALE. SALE. JONES, BROS' GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Commences Next Wednesday, September 6th, continuing throughout the month. Marvellous Reductions I in Dress Materials, Prints, Blouses, &c. EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS in English and French Millinery- ALL HATS AND BONNETS TRIMMED FREE OF CHARGE. GREAT REDUCTIONS T IN GENTS CLOTHING AND OUTFIT I KG, BARGAINS IN HATS, CAI'S, COLLARS, TIES, 4-C, ALL GOODS REDUCED. REMNANTS HALF PRICE. JONES BROTHERS, BEE HIVE, DENBIGH, 807s23 i—— ————i « SPRING AND SUMMER NEW GOODS. HUGH WILLIAMS, Tailor and Draper, Chapel Place, Denbigh, begs to intimate that he has just received a splendid selection of Over Coatings, Suitings and Trouserings I or the present Season; Choice Selection of Fancy Testings ",l. '• T :.tet Designs. HUGH WILLIAMS, Tailor and Draper, Chapel-place, Denbigh. Mrs. R. ARTHUR DAVIS, DENBIGH. WE ARE NOW Showing Leading Novelties FOR SPRING & SUMMER WEAR IN All Departments. Mrs. R. ARTHUR DAVIS, DENBIGH. 530&21 'County Tea Establishment. i j NEW TEAS, 1899-1900. I Tha Arrival Of NEW SEASON S TEAS have been largo, and the Quality good. The greatest care is taken in the selection of our Teas, and being enabled to enter the Markets upon the most advantageous terms our Customers may rest assured they will receive every advantage poasibL? both as regards Quality and Price. Ou TEAS this year ARE UNRIVALLED, and will be found to maintain their position as the BEST AND CHEAPEST. A Roaily Sound, good whole LEAF TEA, Is. id. per !b. Our Celebratod Broken TEA, packed on the Premises; a fine Tea of guaranteed Purity, Is. 6d per lb. Our Standard Blends—FINE STRONG CONGOU, 2s. per lb. A very superiorlamily Tea, combining Strength and Qualitv at 2s. 6d. per lb. Our true old-fashioned Lapsang Souchong (CHINA TEA), for which; this Establishment is renowned for the past sixty years, 3s. per lb. COFFEE, the Finest Obtainable, Is. Sd. per lb. This Coffee is unsurpassed in strength and delicious flavour, and is confidently recommended to the notice of those who appreciate a really fine Coffee. SPICES of Guaranteed Purity at most Reasonable Prices. i Groceries of all Kin^ in great variety at price-3 that defy competition,«§k A Trial respectfully solicited. f Harrison Jones & Company, Grocers and Italian Warehousemen, HIGH STREET DENBIGH. Established ISU- GENERAL For Tea and Groceries, R. OWEN. For Cheese, Bacon, and Hams, R. OWEN. For Fiour, Meal, and Corn, R. OWEN. For Oats, Beans, and Bran, R. OWEN. ADDRESS 51 and 53, and STAR SEOP; High Street, DENBIGH. WAREHOUSES Diamond Buildings. OPENING OF NEW PREMISES DAVID "WILLIAMS, GROCER, BAKER, AD CONFECTIONER, Informs his Customers and the Public, that to meet the demands of his increasing business,. he has opened the premises at No. 45, Vale Street, Denbigh, {adjr.inisg Post Ollice-lane), formerl v occupied by Miss Roberts, con fectioner, where he hopes to receive a continu ance of the patronage conferred upon him. The NEW PREMISES will be found EXT EN'S I ELY STOCKED with excellent Groceries and Provisions And also Fresh Daily, good Wholesome Bread, also Cakes and Confectionery of cver.- kind and of the very best quality as well as his regular make of Seatrees Paten Browa Bread" the perfect Brown Loaf. D.W. takes Contracts for Tea Parties, large or small, for which he can guarantee entire satisfaction. With increased facilities for carrying on his business, D.W. feels confident that he can serve his customers to greater advantage, and so merit their continued confidence. Please note Business is still carried on at No. 7, Vale Street. as well as at the New Premises, No- 45, Vale Street, Denbigh. Do you like a GOOD CIGAR ? he finest Brands in the World (well seasoned) all prices, Wholesale and Retail, at Buller's, Cigar Importer, Denbigh. AVANA CIGARS (from 3d. each). All best Brands at BULLER'S. Try a Sample Box. the Finest 2d. and 3d. Cigar in the Kingdom go to BULLER'S, Denbigh., Trial respectfully solicited. EULLER, Cigar Importer, DENBIGH. DAVID WILLIAMS, CONFECTIONER AND -.1- GROCER, 45, Vale Street, DENBIGH. Excellent Accommodation for Commercials, Bicyclists, and Tourists. Wedding, School, and Picnic Parties "provided fo on the SHORTEST NOTICE. 542s2 ESTABLISHED 1851. Birkbeck Bank. Southampton BuildipgF, 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 L100. STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES pur- chasedand sold. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. For the encouragement of Thrift the Bank receives email sums on deposit, and allows Interest Monthly on each completed .£1. BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY. HOW TO PURCHASE A HOUSE FOR TWO GUINEAS PER MONTH. BIRKBECK FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY HOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT OF LAND FOR FIVE SHILLINGS PER MONTH. The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, post free, on application to 6 FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT Manager. GREAT CURK FOR INDIGESTION (made from a formula of an eniment London Physician). THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS, Sent by Post, on receipt of Stamps for 9d" 3s 1 id., aud 2s 9d. F. Etruscan & Co., 14, FabianEoad. Fulham, London, S.W. u30 The Oldest Established Jewellery Business in I Ruthin. T. H. RIGBY, JEWELLER, WATCH & CLOCK MAKER, & MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DEALER, 14, St. Peter's Square, RUTHIN (near the Church Gates). A large assortment of Latest Designs in Jewellery and Fancy Articles suitable for Presents, always in Stock. Gentlemen's Heavy Silver Patent Lever Watches, at JE3 10s. Od. Warranted tor 7 years. Clocks, Eronzes, Silver, and Electro-plated Goods. New and Second Hand Pianofortes f-n £5 Pianofortes and Kai.noniums for Hire. Terms Moderate. Facial attention given to all kinds of Watch, Clock, and Jewellery Repairs, Workmanship Guaranteed. 16d31 THE OLD ESTABLISHED Meat Emporium, PEN-Y-BRYN, DENBIGH. ROBERT~ELLIS (Son of the late MR. ROBERT ELLTS). begs to announce that he has succeeded to the Business lately carried on by MR. SAMUEL ROBERTS, and previously by the late Mn. ROBERT ELLIS, and that he has OPENED fit the above well-known address, where by I strict person.il attention to business, judicious selection of Stock, and moderate prices, he hopes to deserve the patronage so liberally given to his predecessors. FRESH"MEAT DAILY. GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. Orders by arefully and promptly attended to: NOTE THE ADDRESS :— PEN-Y-BRYN, DENBIGH. 1111.C Mnsical- ALEXT BELLAMY, Silver Medallist aii. Senior Honours Certificate, TRINITY COLLEGE. LONDON LOCAL SECRETARY, TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON, Receives Pupils for Organ, Piano, Theory, Harmony and Counterpoint. Lessons given at Pupils' own Residences (if preferred). Pupils prepared for Local Examinations. Concerts attended. Terms upon application. Music Depot, Vale Street, Denbigh. Caerwys Visited on Saturday. 130117 Mr. W. A. LLOYD, F.G.C.M. (ASSOCIATE TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON), Local Representative of the London College of Music. Teacher of Music. j Publisher of Te Deum in E (Congregational), 3d. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (in the Press), | 3d. Vale View, Ruthin. •jf'jld PIANOFORTE,^ I SINGING. Advanced Pupila only). AIr. C. Sidney Vinning, MAESTEG, RHYL. [ J 128f 17 Mr. D. Parry, A U.C.W., Organist St. Mary's Church, LLANRWST. MUSICAL ADJUDICATOR. Eisteddfodau, Concerts, &c., Attended. Lessons in Singing, Piano, Organ, and Theory or by post. Attends Llandudno, Colwyn Bay, Rhyl, and Llanrwst every week. *fl8 Hand Brewery, 17, Well Street, RUTHIN. R. ROBERTS, Wholesale and Retail Wine and Spirit Merchant, Brewer and Malster, begs to call the attention of the Gentry and Public to his celebrated Home-Brewed ALES (pure Extract of Malt and Hops), which may be supplied in Casks of 36, 18, and 9 gallons at the foilowizigpricus.- 36 gis. ly gJs. 9 gls. AXXX (Mild) 50s. 25. 12s. 6d XXX (do.) 42s. 21s. 10s. 6d. XX (do.) 36s. 18s. 9s. Od. B.b fitter) 50-i. 25s. 12s. fid, P.A, (dJ) 42s. 21s. 10s. Sd. Guiness's Extra Stout; Barclay and Perkins' London Stout; and Bass & Co.'s Burton Ales in Cask and Bottles. Finest Scotch and Trish Whiskies, Old Ports, Sherries and Champagnes of well-known Brands. 116fl2 Scholastic. QIBL8' JGOARDING AND D AY GCHOOL Love Lane House, Denbigh. PBiKCiPAi—MISS E. HUBBARD. I The Course of Instruction includes English! Music, Singing, French, German, Drawing j Painting, and Needlework. Pupils can be pre- pared for the Local Examination. ARCVILLE COLLEGE. EAST PARADE, RHYL. PRINCIPAL :—Miss MERCIER, assisted by Iviiss Robinson (Senior Cambridge and London Matriculation Certificated), aud other fully qualified residents and visiting Teachers. Preparation for Universities, Local Examina- tions and the various Colleges of Music. French and German are taught (conversa- tionally and grammatically): also all styles of Drawing and Painting. Home Care and Comforts. 275d31 Dentistry. Dental Notice. v MR. T HOMAS L UKYN (FROM LONDON), DENTAL SURGEON, successor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. R Williams), may be consulted daily at Fern Villa, Church Street, EkyL DEblG E,-Every Wednesday at Mrs Row- botham, Hall Squ?re. RUTHIN.-Tle First Tuesday and Th.rd Monday in each Month at Mr. Williams Tudor House, t), Well Street. N.B.-Patients visited by appointment Mb. B. W. KBATIHGB, L.D.S., SUIi^EON DENTIST. Vaenol," Opposite the Church), Russell Rsad, RHYL. ATTENDANCES. DENBIGH—-At alt. R. D. flushes, Chemist, KiKh Street, eV'.JIY Wednesday. aUTHIN-At T. H. Rigby, Jeweller's Shop, H Rt. Peter's-square, every First Tuesday lI1 the Month (Fair Day), and every "hird unany I- -m- i JOHN MORRIS, I Mason, Engraver, Builder, and ContracLut-, RUTHIN (NEAR RAILWAY STATION). J.M. begs to inform the Public generally that lie is prepared on and after this date to make a GREAT REDUCTION in the price of all kind of Grave Stones, Monumental;, I and Otherwise. All kinds of work entrusted to J.M. will receive his personal and prompt attention'; consistent with Moderate Charges. AUGUST, 1899. 773u.c. Castle HOTELT RUTHIN. Family & Commercial Hotel. Coffee, Commercial, Billiard, and Private Rooms. Poiting in all its Branches. High Class Harness Horses and Hunters hired for anyoperiod. E. TEGID OWEN, PROPRIETOR. II 2012a29..99 I G. LLOYD ROBERTS Railway Hotel, T -4 -f DENBIGR, begs to inform his numerous customers that he has a Splondid Stock of the Finest WINES, SPIRITS, CIDER, and CIGARS, that can be bought. Old Tom, John do Kuper's Geneva Gin, and Martel's Brandy. Ales and Stout on Draught and in Bottle. F.ARVEST ALES in Casks at Is. per Gallon. Agent for Worthington & Co., Burton on Trent. 1807u.e. SERVANTS' REGISTRY" conducted by Mrs. Aldrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN CBTABLUHED 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. WANTED, good Cooks for St. Asaph and Chester, £ 20 to JE25 Experienced House Parlourmaids for near Denbigh and Ruthin; Cook-General and Nurse for Rhyl; Good Generals for Rhyl; Cook-General for small family in Colwyn Bay, housemaid kept; Nurse Housemaid for near Manchester, one child also Young Generals and Hotel Servants. MRS. ROWBOrHAM, Hall Square (LATE OF 28, VALE STREET). Ladies' and Children's Outfitter. Fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. I WANTED at ouce Experienced Cooks, able to take charge of small dairy, wages t20 to £ 25 also thorough Plain Cooks for private family and hotels Plain Cook for t an institution, .IL20; Laundresses for an in- ( stiturion Parlourmaids, Waitresses, House- maids, Cook-Generals, one for clergyman's family, wages £ 17 tojw £ I8; Xurscs aud good I Generals for private and tannhonse; also a trustworthy Married Couple to take charge of Shooting Box, thorough gardener and wife a good cook, highest references.—Disengaged: Kitcheomaids and Young General Servants. I Messrs. CLOD G R & Co., Land Agents, general Valuers Auctioneers, Surveyors, &c., DENBIGH AND RHYL Mortgages & Loans negociated Vale Street, Denbigh. To Be Sold By Public Auction, by A /FESSRS. CLOUGH & CO. at the BULL iVJ_ HOTEL, DENBIGH, on TUESDAY, 2Gth SEPTEMBER, 1899, at 2.30 for 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions of Sale then to be produced, Two Freehold Shops and Dwelling Houses, Nos. 90 & 92, Vale Street, Denbigh with Outbuildings and Extensive Yard and Garden Ground in the rear, now in the occupation of Mrs. Owen and Mrs. Roberts. The property is well adapted for business purposes, being conveniently situated. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers or Mr. John Davies, Solicitor, Denbigh. 839s23 To Sell or Let A EARM of 147 Acres or thereabouts, five A miles distance from the market town of Denbigh. A-ppiy Messrs. Clough & Co. 854sl6 bales by Mr. G. F. Byford. Vale of Clwyd Auction Mart, Ruthin Close to the Railway Station. GREAT ANNUAL STORE SHEEP SALE, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1899. 3,000 Pedigree Shropshire, Welsh, South- Down, Wiltshire, Clun, Radnor, Cross- bred, and Scotch Ewes, Rams, Ram Lambs and Wethers, 'To Be bold By Auction by GEORGE E. BYFORD, at the above Mart, T on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, 1899, commencing with the Ewes at 12 o'clock, omme cl immediately after the arrival of the mid-day train from the North Wales Coast and Chester. Pedigree Rams sold singly. First Ram in the Ring at 2 o'clock. <> The Auctioneer respectfully invites the attention of Breeders of Sheep generally to this important Sale; the various classes of Sheep will be found sound and hardy, with guod skins and wool, being principally bred on high-laying land. The Tiams are a grand upstanding lot, with size, strength of bono, style, quality of flesh, coats, and skins, and the Sale will comprise the largest and best selected lot of BREEDING EWES, Feeding Lambs, Wethers, and Gim- mers ever yet offered at any one day's Sale in the Vale of ClwycL Further Entries respectfully solicited Ion or before Rflthm Fair Day, September 5th, in order to prepare Catalogue. 80?sue RHIAWVA, JRUTHIM. v,: Valuable and Costly HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Brilliant-toned Cottage Pianoforte, Rare Old China, Electro-plate Bronzes, Oil Paintings and Engravings, Glass, Linen, Books, pertaining to Drawing Room, Dining Room, Morning Room, Study, urgery) 7 Bedrooms and Domestic Offices. Useful 2-Wheeled Dog Cart, Set of Brass Mounted Single Harness, Saddlery, Stable Utensils, Rustic Summer House, Garden Tools, and a varied variety of other Mis- cellaneous Effects. GEORGE F. BYFORD is favoured with instructions from Dr. W. D. Jones to Sell By Auction, upon the above premises, on WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4th and 5th, 1899, the whole of the very Superior and Costly Assemblage of Household Appointments, and numerous other valuable Effects. Sale to Commence at 11 o'clock punctually. Contents of Residence on view from 11 till 4, Monday, October 2nd, 1899. Descriptive Catalogues may be had a week previous to the day of Sale upon application to the Auotioiieer. THIS DESIRABLE RESIDENCE with Coach-house, Stabling, Pleasure and Kitchen Garden, TO BE SOLD. Apply to G. F, Byford, Estate Offices, Ruthin. 'Auctioneer's Office—St. Peter's Square Ruthin. 859s23 Sales by Mr. Frank Lloyd. 1200 Horses' 65 G £ ?29eaBs in North Wales Repository, Wrexham- ~J'RANli LLOYD has pleasure in an. j JJ nouueing his Great October Sales for:- I' Tur:;day, Oct. 3rd.-Hunters & Harness Horses. Wednesday 4th.—Show Cobs and Ponies, including Mr. Conwy Bell's Entire Stud oi Hackneys, Show Horses, and Cobs. Thursday, 5th.-Heavy Town Horses. The North Wales Challenge Cup for best Heavy Gelding. Friday, Gth.—Young Horses and Foals of all classes. 20 Guineas in Prizes for Foals. Thursday, October 12th.-120 North Wales Coaching Horses. Prize Lists Ready. Entries finally Close by this day's Post. 834s23 THURSDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 28th, at 1 o'clock. Great Store Ewe and Ram Sale rx ST. ASAPH SMITHFIED. FRANK LLOYD has a Grand Entry for his Sale on Thursday Next. 150 to 200 Fat and Store Cattle, including a grand entry of Store Bullocks. 750 Store Ewes and Rams, including 35 Shropshire Shearling Rams and Kam Lambs from Capt. Conwy a consignment of South- downs from Mrs. Wynn, Cefn 3 Wiltshire from Mr. D. Williams, Abergele. Large entries of Shropshire, Clun, Cheviot, and W elsh Ewes from the leading breeders of the hilly districts also several lots of Store Lambs, j n Further entries invited up to time 01 calC. i 7s23 You can get every HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE Cheap and Good at T. P. llOBE [TTSY FURNITURE MART, RUTSIN FIRST CLASS FURNITURE for Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bedrooms, Kitchens, etc. Pianofortes, Harmoniums, SIX LARGE 'skow ROOMS Fully Stocked. Wonderful Value at "LOW PEICES. AJ 1853j99 iNantglyn School Board- TENDERS iuvited for Additions, Altera- tions, and Improvements to thelNantglyu Board School. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Office of the undersigned Sealed Tenders, marked 11 -Naiit-glyii Schoox to be delivered at my Office on or before the 10th October. R. HUMPHREYS ROBERTS,] Denbigh, 21st September. b7cs23 -=-=- County of Denbigh. I The Local Government (Engla^ j and Wales) Act, 1888. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I next Meeting of the STANDING r; JOINT COMMITTEE of Quarter cessions and County Council, appointed under Section 30 of the above Act, will be held at, tllf COUNTY BUILDINGS, in WREXHAM-, on FRIDAY, the 13th day of OCTOBER, 1899, a." the hour of 11.45 a.m., and the Committee WI. thereupon proceed to the consideration of such of the business relating to the application management of the County Stock or Rate as within the jurisdiction of the Committee under the above Act. All persons having any demands against tB Committee are requested to forward part'cula^ thereof in writing to my Office in Castle Strect' rm Ruthin, forthwith. Dated the 19th day of September, 1S99. £ W. R. EVANS, m Clerk to the said r mitt80* 5, Castle Street. Ruthin. .23 X GRAND M TEST CONGER? I in the TOWJI Hall, Ruthin* Wednesday, October 4th, 1899, in aid of the Baptist Chapel Eund. ■> MALE and FEMALE CO:\[P::TITIONS for Vocal .Solos. Prizes and Silver Cups. A,-go Competition for best Welsh Recitation." Special Prize of a SILVER MEDAL for best Soloist of the evening. Adiudicator and Soloist, Mr. EMLYN A.R.O.M. Doors open 7 p.m., Commence 7.30.. i Admission :—Reserved Seats, 2s. 6d.; Fir3* Seats, 2s.; Second Seats, Is. -Jt:. .ti" Further particulars of the Secretary, W. D. MORRIS, i 879s30 1:2, Market Street, Ruthifl' j COUNTY SCHOOL FOR GIRr.S, RUTHIN. The Formal Opening of the above School will take place 011 Friday, the 29th day of September, 1899.. A PUBLI0~MEETING^ i$ will be held at j Brynhyfryd Church School, | at 2.30 o'clock p.m., when ADDRESSES be delivered by the following gentlemen :— /"t J. Herbert Roberts, Esq., M.P.; The Hon. Q; T. Kenyon, L. J. Roberts, Esq., H.M. Inspector of Schools His Worship The Mayor of Huth!Ú' Rev. Chancellor Bullceiey Jones, and others, -fl The Chair will be taken by A W EZRA ROBERTS, ESQ., Chairman of to Jj Local Governing Body. 'm The Ceremony of Formally Opening the School; will be performed by MRS. HERBERT ROBERTS, who will be presented with a Silver Key commemorate the event. ED. ROBERTS, j S68s23 Clerk to the Local Governing Body, J National Poultry Organization Society. j President-THE VISCOUNTESS CRANBOR..g. 7-1 1 Li A MEETING in connection with the above Society will be held at Llanfair National School. } On MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER at 7.30. J| EDWARD BROWN, Esq., F,.r,.OO-t of THE COLLEGE, READING, \4 will attend and explain the object of the 'il Society, with the ultimate view of forraiO# IS Branch of the same in the Vale of Clwyd- aO 871s3 -———— ———— Photography, 1899. II L B Y St < j <E3. ijt :0 JEj JL tj I Art Studio, Denbigh* I ERA-NOH STUDIO: T. PETER'S SOUARE, RUTHl^ j 'i [ESTABLISHED 1874.] 552595 1 lMISS CROMAB, 13, Portland Place, 'j Denbigh, J BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE" invites attention to her large and varied S Stock of BOOTS and slaoro for the Summer Season. A Beautiful Assortment of Walking Shoes and Bootst ust received, which are sure to give sa faction. Customers can rely upon obtaining the ye best articles at the most Reasonable I>r^c0ai •whilst every Order receives strict persoP" attention. NOT:: ADDRESS:— MISS CROMAR (LATE WILLIAMS), 13, Portland Place, I)enbigl" GiStf Servants' Registry. I Miscellaneous- L 18 months old. JLj young HEIFER, 18 months old. AfP JoneSj Poniruffydd. »857°^- QTiiAYED to 3, lihos Street, Rut^' August 30th, white SOW, two riuBf nose. If not claimed within 14 days vV^ q sold. Apply Sergt. Woollam, Ruthin. a Second-hand BAGATEL^1 VV BOARD. Address, The Rector, kj dyrnog. S45s3^ LOST, on Thursday, a itETRIEVEtf named "Stun." Last seen foliowioS trap along Ruthin Road. Whoever briu £ ?s c £ a V same to Denbigh Police Station rewarded. To be Let- | '>0 LET, with immediate possedi3Vjg JL GLAND WE HOUSE," ^vVoJj,. Street, Ruthin, containing large dining r.jerjrf breakfast room, drawing room, kitchen, scU1 larder, cellar, store room, 5 bedrooms, ;> gt8 conservatory. W.C., g00d garden andplcaftp<J ground walled in, gas and water laid all. all in excellent tenantable order.. Apply to Mi. J. Probert, Pen Lan, Rut },d,CI 4J,s