;=:=:=- =- CRaCKERa. \1 Christmas Cards. New Year Calods. j E.DGABS BAZAiiB, i Assembly Rooms and Market Hall, Denbigh. ( in Denbigh Photo -ames of all sizes in endless variety. A large assortment of Picture Frames TW' ^rnmoc -Siohs Oiliographs, Hand-painted Panels, and Oil Paintings by eminent T^eTrlu &om 6fd.Pto £ 2 2s. 0d. Large Stock of Kitchen Utensils in Tin, ^n mR! an i \Vood Ware Increase your Library by buying the leading Books and Novels, ioTdinGre« Cloth ,.t «li each/by Dickens, Thackeray, Sanders, Lyttoo, KmSsley, Rita.' Scott, Dumas. &c. Lists of Books supplied in this series on application, These Books are especially suitable for School Prizes. AN UNEQUALLED STOCK OF 1d. GOODS. C„m-,c p»st Seryice,b £ i^^rStC"dS'AUt3An"JmS- Fire 2 Drapery Sale. T PIERCE HUGHES, '?*t A TTt &.e DRAPER, "THE OLD HOUSE," Vale Street, Denbigh, returns his sincere thanks to all who assisted to extinguish the Fire which took place on his premies recently, and tak-s this opportunity of announcing tnat he has decided to 0 Clear off all he Damages GOODS Re,¿£ardless of Pice. Those who require JACKETS or UJIDEBCLOTHIXC will find it a mo.t advantageous time to make a selection. DSJjlb 1.. DIG KS' M-f pm C, FOR Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Leggings, Dress Shoes, Evening Shoes, Overshoes, Snow Shoes, Gaiters, Boot Trees, &c., &c. D I C K-S BOOTS ARE ADAPTED For all Seasons, For all Classes, For all Uses. They Look Well, Wear Well, Fit Well. HIGH ST., DENBIGH. 963u.c. O WENS WATERPROOF COWIPOSITION. i REGISTERED). ESTABLISHED 1886. BecommenJed, by High Authorities as STILL THE BEST Sh. oting, Fishing, Walking Boats, Harness, &c. Gives durability:arid wear to all Leather. Softens and resists all Damp. Allows Polishing with Blacking after. Tins, 6d. and Is., Large Tin Pose Free, Is. 3d. SOLE MANUFACTURES JAMES OWEN, I 13, Park Street, DENBIGH. Retail Agents Wanted. 505u.c. -= DALES' GOLD medal .L L DUBBIN w Makes BOOTS and 1 HARNESS water- proof as a duck's back, soft as velvet, and wear three times as long; pleasant odour; allows polishing, 22 Exhibition Highest Awards for Superiority. Tin* 2< £ 6< 1/- et 2/- of J¡IY!! "ukert, Sodd lert, Ironmongert dcc. Manfv. E Dubeieh, 4. I Pottery, GJESS, and China. Sam fTlliller (LATE M. BIRD). Dinner Ware, Tea Services, and Toilet Sets. New Designs, '.Patterns and [Shares. Garden Flower Pots, all sizes. Tea Urns. Cutlery, and Glass and China tor laire. LIVERPOOL HOUSE. Charles A. Taylor, 29, I Wellington Road, RHYL (Opposite the Town Hall), PAWNBROKER, JEWELLER, CLOTHIER. AND OUTFITTER. Cash Advanced to any amount on every description of Portable Property, Diamonds, Watches, Jewellery, Silver Plate, Cutlery, Wuariug Apparel, &c., &c. Business by post or rail receives immediate personal attention. Old Gold and Silver bought or taken in Exchange for New Goods. In the Sale Department will be found a Splendid Stock of Men' Youths', and Boys' New and Second-lian Clothing, Overcoats, Boots, Blankets, Quilts, Sheets, Table Linen, Cutlery, &c., at exceed- ingly Low Prices, which will well repay a vidt. A large quantity of forfeited Pledges always on hand. THB OXLY ADDRESS :— CHARLES A. TAYLOR, Liverpool House, Rhyl. I, 766j20 Contractors to His Majesty's Government. THE "CUNDALL" PATENT OIL ENGINES. MOST PERFECT POVfER FOR j, /jr% THRASHING, GRINDING, CHOPPING, 31 PULPING, PUMPING, Makers of the Largest Oil Engines in the World Extensively used for Electric Lighting in Country Mansions. R. CUNDALL & SONS. LIMITED, SHIPLEY, YORKS, LONDON & PARIS. my.03 TOOTH ACHE CURED INSTANTLY BY DIlalTCn'C F Preventig Decay, Saves DIlalTCn'C Prevents Decar, Saves DUNitK 0 EXtraCti°P;.evefntdfia NlghtS Neuralgic Headaches and al! Nerve STniflllP Pal°* removed bv BUNTEK'S W l« Iff V I lU r- N £ B^INe. ^11 Chcroists, Is. l^d., or Hull J IllLl pollt free on receipt ot sDJps to Depot, 14 White Lion St., Norwich. THE BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. I KAYE'S WORSDELL sPILLS Are a certain cure for Indigestion, Biliousness, Heaa-ache, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Liver and Kidney Complaints, &c. For J Ladies of all ages th.,y are invaluable. Of all Chemists, Is. 1-d.. 2s. 9a., and 4s. 6d. Iler box, or poat free on receipt 01 iltaIDIJIi! to Depot, H, White Lion St., Norwich. RATS, MICE. MOLES, and BEETLES greedily eat HARRISON'S "ELIABLE RAT POISON. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave NO smell. Price, 1/2, 2/3, 3/8, Postage 2d. Geo. W. HARRISON, Chemist, Broad Street, Reading. Agent for St Asaph: J. Emrys Jones, Chemist. Denbigh: Harrison, Jones and Co., High Street. Ruthin: Rouw and Sons, St Peter's Square. Bettwsj-coed • R. PARRY- *093. TjlLEAS, MOTHS, LICE, BUGsT^LACK- |J BEETLES and all insects speedily- exterminated by uSing" Cimo Bane," the new insect killer. Sold ia tins, price 6d. and Is., gwtaee Id.—Geo. W. Harrison, Chemist, 118* road Street, Readinjr. Agents.—Denbigh J. Harrison Jenes and Co., Chemists, H-gh-grtroet I Ruttilli. Rouw and bon, Chemists, fct. PeterV ?qu»re. St. As.iph J. E:nrys Jon3?. Chemist. jf26 ..eathes' Auction 1aB..t, I Ruthin. The n,! ^vonieut for Railway Station. MESSES. T. W. LEATHES will hold their MONTHLY SALE of FAT AND STORE STOCK, on TUESDAY, JANUARY 5th, 1904, at 10 a.m. prompt. A"<good Show is expected. I I Entries invited and taken up to time of Sale. 988j2 30 Guineas Prizes. 700 HORSES. OPENING SALES FOR 1904. 3 North Wales Repository, Wrexham T7IRANK LLOYD & SONS, invite early entries for Wednesday, January 20th.-Hunters and Harness Horses. Thursday, January 21st.—Hackneys, Show Cobs and Ponies. Friday, January 22nd.—Heavy, Lurry and Young Horses. Entries close Saturday, January 9th, 1904. I Next Crewe Sales, January 7th and 8th. 1904. 972j2 Musical I Mr. W. E. BELCIlEti, M.A., F.R.C.O., A.B.O.M., ORGfifHST OF ST 0 ASPH CATHEDRAL, Associate Royal College of Music for Teaching Singing, Visits, Denbigh and Ruthin. PIANOFORTE. THEORY. SINGING. SCHOOLS ATTENDED. Successes in the Associated Board and Trinity College, also Mus. B, 1S99, 1900-01, F.R.C.O. 1899, 1900-01-02. 2850.24 ."Mr. W.~ A. LLOYD, F.G.C.M., A.SVSus., T.O.L., VALE VIEW, MARKET ST., RUTHIN. Local Representative of London College of Music. tn TEACHER OF MUSIC. Preparation for Examinations. District Agent for The Positive Organ." Instruments Selected and Purchated. 4,292je y- Sotvoiastio. jO I'^IB' jg OARB1.NO ASV |^AY gCHOOL Love Lane House, Denbigh, Paurcrp>.L—MISS E. HUBBASD, the Oourss ol inatruociun include? Yngliiih Musis, Sitiginf;, nmh. German, Drawing Painting, and Needlework. Pupi;s "au be pre pared tor the Local Examination. ST- A3APH COUNTY SCHOOL. Chairman of the Governors SIR W. G. WILLIAMS, BART. Vice-Chairman PETER ROBERTS, ESQ., J.P. HEAD MASTER: EDWIN MAINER, ESQ., M.A. (Cambridge), B.Sc. (1st Division, London). CLASSICAL MASTER H. W. DICKSON, ESQ, M.A. (University Exhibitioner, Trinity College, Dublin), SCIEXCK MASTER H. B. WOODALL, ESQ. (University College, London). THE Sehool stands on elevated ground, in a position which commands a view of the pictureeque Vale of Clwyd, and within 5 minutes' walk of the Cathedral and Railway Station. Next Term Commences 16th JANUARY, 1904. For particulars apply to the Headmaster, or to CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Clerk to the Governors. St. Asaph. 976324.04 SEKVANTS' REGISTRY. conduated by Mrs. Aldrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN X8TABLISHKD 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road. Denbigh. WANTED, Experienced and Plain Cooks for St. Asaph, Chester, and Ruthin • Cook-General and Housemaid Waitress for I Rhyl; no washing. Housemaids, Parlour- maids, and Generals for Birkenhead, St. Asaph, and Uolwjn Bay. Cook-General and House- maid Waitress for Ruthin; light situation. Between Maid for near Ruthin. Also Youn Generals for Rhyl and Denbigh :-Disongaged Young Person, good dressmaker, as Sewing- Maid.—MRS. WOOLLEY. [ESTABLISHED 1889.] MRS, PIPER, Servants' Registry, Denbigh. 10, Clifton Terrace, Denbigh. WANTED Experienced and Plain Cooks for Essex, Ellesmere, Rhyl, and Ruthin, Also Cook-Generals for Rhyl, Parlourmaids. House-Parlourmaids. and Housemaids. Under-housemaid for Cheshire, j618. Between- I maids for Ruthin and Trefnant. Second- Laundrymaid and experienced Kitchenmaid, for large establishment near Abergele, wages £18. Good Generals and Young Girls for light situations. Wanted a situation as Sewing or Young Ladiesmaids by two young persons, age 24 and 21, both with good experience at the es-making, MISS WIT:JLIAMS, SERVANTS REGISTRY, 1, Post Office Lane DENBIGH. 1 TFANTED Experienced and Plain Cooks » » Parlourmaids, Housemaid Waitresses, Cooks, General, Good Generals, and Young Girls for light work.—Disengaged: Housemaid Waitress, Young Persons as Kitchenmaids or Between Maids, Young Person, age 17, as Nurse ] or Sewing Maid. IL Nfother who.VRIUes the Health and Clean- Mother who values the Health and Clean- < neas of her Child should use HARRISON S I RELIABLE NURSERY POMADE. One application kills all Nits and Vermin, beautifies • and strengthens the Hair. In Tibs, 4!d. and 9d. Postage Id.—Geo. W. Hwiaon, Chemist, 118, Broad Street, Readit,ti. Agonts for Harrison Jones and'Cb., Chemists, HiuTi Strdft. St r-,ILrmrvs Jones, fl Chemist. Rutluu Roaw .84 S/us, UtisK}.fcBSi Bb Peter's Square Brttr^fiveoei; B. Parry. Mess CXjO UGH. & ( Estate Agents, Auctioneers, Estate Agents, Auctioneers, and Valuer, Denbigh. Sales of Fat & Store Stock at DENBIGH SMITHFIELD. Every Fair Day (2nd Tuesday in each month). Sale by Mr. n. F Byford Vale of Clwyd Auction Mait, Ruthin. Close to the Railway Station. Fortnightly Sales throughout the Yfcar- A GRAND ENTRY for the OPENING SALE OF 1904. TUESDAY, JANUARY 5th (Ruthin Fair Day). at 10-30 a.m. Presentation by the Auctioneer of the Solid Silver Cups to the owner of the Champion Beast in the Christmas Sale, Mr. Hugh Jones, Llysfasi, and to the largest seller and buyer for the year 1903. j2 -4_ "JiI8 MILIT.i HY BALL. FIFTH I Armusi Ball of tVe D Troop, D-H I-Y-, and "D" Company 1st V-B-S-W. Fusil iors, will take place in the County HaSS, Denbigh, 7th JANUARY, 1904. LADY Patroxe^S MKS. J. H. \VuIGi.EY. PRESIDENT MAJOR E. J. SW\YNE. I Dancing to Commence at 9 p.m. Tickets (including Supper), Ladies, 5?. Gentlemen, 6s. Double (Lndy and Gsntle- man), 10s.; Military in Uniform, 4s. Tickets can be obtained from the Secretaries, or the Committee. Proceeds towards the Erection of a Memorial to the Men who proceeded on Active Service to South Africa irom the Town. E BRUTON, K.S.S.M., D H.I.Y., J. PAYS, SKIIGT. INST., 1ST V.B.R.W.F., 929j2 Joint Hon. Secretaries. Grand failitary BALL THE ELEVENTH AN N UAL. BALL of the Officers and Non-commissioned Officers of the C" Troop Denbigh shire Hussars I.Y. and G" Co. 1st V.B. Royal Welsn Fusillers will take place at the Assembly Room, Ruthin, On Friday, January 15th. 1904 The proceeds will be in aid of the Denbighshire Iafiimary. LADY PATRONESS: MRS. LEWIS MORGAN (Pentrecelyn Hall). PRESIDENT CAPT. J. JENKINS, 1ST V.B.R.W.F. HASELDEN'S BAND will supply the Music. Dancing to commence at 9 o'clock. Tickets (including Refreshments, Wines and Spirits excepted): Gentlemen, 7s.; Ladies, 6s. Double Tickets (including Lady and Gentleman)), 10s.; Yeomanry or Volunteers in Uniform, 3s. 6d. each. CHAS. A. WILLIAMS, Colour-Sergt., R.W.F., Ruthin, Hon. Secretary. To Contractors and Others. Town of Denbigh- rj -ENDERS are invited for the construction of a SUBWAY under Broomhill Lane, to connect the Drapery Establishment, No. 34, High Street, with Temple Bar Warehouses, for Messrs. Denaon, of Chester and Denbigh. Plans and Specifications can be inspected on and after the 23rd instant on application to the undersigned, to whom SEALED TENDEUS are to be sent endorsed "Temple Bar Subway" not later than the 16th January, 1904. Messrs. Denson do not bind themselves to accept the lowest or any Tender. J. D. LEWIS, Surveyor. Denbigh, December 18t.h, 1933. r- To Butlderx and Contractors. GYFFYLLIOG SCHOOL BOARD. rpHE above ISoard invites TENDERS for JL the erection of new hCHOOL BUILD- INGS at Gyffylliog, near Ruihin, to accommodate 156 children. The lowest or any other Tender will not necessarily be a^aepted. The plans and specification can be seen by appointment with the Clerk. Tenders, sealed and marked Tender," to be sent to the undersigned not later than the 27th of January, 1904. ROWLAND H. JONES, Denbigh, 993j9 Clerk to the Hoard. ZVIiscellaueous. OST, frorn Plas-yn-Cwm, Two Welsh JLJ Lambs, marked 'L.L. and wool cut on tail, finder returning same to Mr J Joues, Ddol or Mr Henry Davies, Lodge, Plas-yn- Cwm. will be rewarded. *j3 uST, a WELSU EWE, mp-rked W. E." on left side, ear mark if required. William Ellis, Pvdl Called, Ruthin. "'jIó SjlOUND, near Denbigh, a COLLIE X; BITCH. Owner can have same cn paying expenses. Apply, it. M. Williams, 3, Garfield Terrace, Denbigh. jl6 I/lOUND, a PEACOCK. Apply, Thomas, X. Gamekeeper, Ben Ardd, Plas Heaton, near Trefnant. j 16 DBNBIGH MARKET, WEDNESDAY.—Fowls 3s 6d to 4s 6d per oouple ducks, 6s geese, 9d to lOd per lb.; eggs, 9 and 10 for 18; fresn butter, Is 3d and Is 4d per lb.; small tubs, Is Id ilnd Is 2d; ltJge, lid. To MoTiiERf.—Mrs Wiuslow's Soothing Syrup bag been cswl over fifty: e IIr by millions of mothers ror their I ehildreii while fct-ething, with per/eot auoeess. It will cswl over fifty ears by millions of mothers ror their ehildreii while fct-ething, with per/eot auoeess. It will relieve tbe poor #uff,r«r immediat»ly. It i* ple*Muit to fftfiic; it pro/!u«oH natnral <iaivt sleep, by relievitu; the efcUri from pain, MM*be little ehernb awaken Mbrigst M t • -"I'-U U'l V> r bv'k:t. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. !¡ ] WL\TEH ASSIZES. ] X^OTICE I HEREBY GTVEN 'hat the I' 1 COMMISSION Of ASS J E a-ad General Gaol Delivery for the County of Denbigh will be opened at the COUNTY HALL. RUTHIN, in the County of Denbigh, on FRIDAY, the 22nd day of JANUAUY, 1904, before the HONOURABLE SIn WALTER GEORGE FBAKK PHILLIVORE, Bart., one of the Judges of His Majesty's High Court of Justice, Justice to Our Lord the King, and all Justices of the Peace, Mayors, Coroners, Eecheators, Stewards, Chief Constables, and Bailiffs of Hundreds and Liberties within the said County, and all jurors, persons bound by recognisances, prosecutors, witnesses, and others having business at the said Assizes are hereby required to attend at the County Hall, at Ruthin aforesaid, at 11 o'clock in the fore- noon, on Saturday, the 23rd day of January. 1904. at which honr the Court will sit and proceed to business. Jurymen not attending will be find unless somfl reasonable excuse be proved by oath or o affidavit as required by the Act 6, George IV, I Cap. 50, Sec. 38. JOHN MORRIS. ESQCIRE, Sheriff J. PARRY JONES, Uudersheriff. Sheriff's Offioe, Denbigh, 30th December, 1903. 992j16 Situations Vacant. W ANTE good-PLAIN-co6ic: kitchenmaid, but help given. No washing or baking. Apply, Mrs. Blew, Trefnant. 936u.c. v VTANTED, after Christmas, a strong, Vw young HOUSEM AID. Apply to Miss ClarKe, Grammar School, Ruthin. 93011.0. Y- ARD-LAb- Wanted, to live in. Leech, Ty Mawr, Tremeirchion, St. Asaph. OOD WAITRESS required. Early riser. Apply, Mrs. klew. Trefuant. u.c. T^ARMERS and others are invited to act as Agents for:—The County Live Stock Jnsiir'iiee Association, Limited, and the EMi is Fire and Accident Insurance A ion, Limited. For terms apply to the HtI,(1 Onu-e, t\, C, ificrd Streeb, York. Farmers' D ;i v, and Ac,count B"ok (124 pages), will i>o f-ont free oi ch-trge to those interested. ^31 DENBIGH BGHOOi, BOa?iD- 1TTANTED. forthwith, an ASSISTANT f" CERTir-I.HTSiD MISTRESS, College Trained, at Frorigoch Girls' School, Denbigh. Singing essential. Salary ±'80 per annum. Applications stating age. previous engagements, with THREE recent testimonials, to be sent, not later than ] Mondav, 18th January, 1904. R. HUMPHREYS ROBERTS, Clerk. Denbigh, ROth December, 1903. 961j16 To R L-.yt. -E)I-IUDDLA'TWO COTTAGRS To Let at Rhuddlan. For particulars, rent, &e., apply to Miss Davies, Lower House, Rhuddlan. *j2 For Sale. IjTOR SALft, two Snort Legged .VELS1I CART MARES, one in foal to "Gannon II; aho Mare suitable for Van or Light Lurry, where strength and speed are required. The above are from 6 to 8 years, 15-2 to IG hinds, warranted good workers and quiet. Prices, kS to fIC). Trial given. Waggons and Gears to suit.-46, Upper Baker treet, West Derby Road, Liverpool. *d26 TpOR SALE, large quantity of THORN QUICKS for hedges on sale at Brookhouso Nursery. Prices, &c., on application to Mr. John Williams, Brookhouse Nursery, Denbigh. m24.04 EN TONS excellent COMMON TUKNfPS T for Sale. Fifteen Shillings per Ton. Put on ril.il.-Apply, Foreman, Bodyngharad, Ruthin. *j3 POW'KRFUL in-foa 1CIyiltsda!e MAbE, 16-2, 7 years old, Stinted by "Moouncker." Due in April, warranted sound and excellent worker in shafts, chains, and plough. The above Mare can go c,n trial or would lend till foal is weaned, and will give foal for M&re'a keep in responsible b;.ods. Turner, 10, Woodside Street, Wavertree Road 2 minutes from Edge Hill Station. *j2 To Yerchante, Offices, and Others. ON SALE, One Foolscap Folio LEDGER Afonwen Hand-made Paper, Half-c Cloth Sides: 1250 pages. Will Sell Chtnp. —BULLEK, Deubigb. u.c. To Be Sold by Private Treaty. ALL thate FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, Yard, and out promi-es, situated in Chapel Place, Denbigh, late in the occupation of Mr. Hugh Williams, Tailor and Outfitter, containing Front Hall, two Parlours, two Kitchens, six Bedrooms, Washhouse, Coal Cellars, W.C.. and Back Yard. Also all that FREEHOLD DWELLING HOUSE, Yard, and Premises, adjoining the last mentioned premises, and in the occupation of Mr. Edward Lloyd, containing Front Hall, two Parlours, two Kitchens, four Bedrooms, Washhouse, W.C. and Back Yard. ) Both premises having side entrance from Water Street. Immediate possession can be had of the premises, late in the occupation of Mr. Hugh Williams, who has removed to Hall Square. Apply, R. Humphreys Roberts, Solicitor, Denbigh. u.c. T3E FLINT AND DENBIGH HOUNDS. will meet Saturday, January 2nd Travellers Inn Wednesday, January 6th Talacre Saturday, January yth Maes Elwy I at 11.
BIRTHS. HUGHES.—December 19th, at Segroit, Denbigh, the wife of Mr T E Hughes, of a son. WILLIAMs.-Decerober 28th, at 2, St. Hilary's terrace, Denbigh, the wife of Mr James Williams, hairdresser, of a son. GOLDEN WEDDING. MILLER—JONES.—January 1st, 1854, at Llan- beblic Church. Carnarvon, by the Rev H Grey Edwards, curate, George Thomas Miiler to Eliza. Agues Jones. This notice relates to Mr and Mrs G T Miller, of Manor House, Caerwyp, and who for so many years resided in Denbigh. (See Caerwys news.) IN MEMORIAM. BASSETT.—In loving memory of our dear Father and Mother, William and Emma Bassett, of 26, Beacon's Hill, Denbigh, who died August 1st, 1897, and December 26th, 1898. Peace, perfect peace." From their loving children.
PLEASE N(,'TF. Doti sons (late T. J. Williams), Mourning Warehouse, Denbigh, ] having a large and efficient staff, are 1 enabled to cope with urgent orders. 1 Fuuerals completely furnished—Advt. < l
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DENBIGH AND DISTRICT DEXMCTISHIEE INFIRMARY.—The Secretary begs to acknowledge with thauks a further donation of tii to the Ball Fund from Mrs Butler Clough, Ty Mawr. ENOLISH CIIAPEr,The officiating minister at the English Presbyterian Church next Sunday is r,he Rev D E Jenkins, resident minister. Holy Communion. MUSICAL SUCCESS.—With great pleasure we record the success of Miss Amy Charles, High- street, at Gellifor test concert on Christmas Day. She took the first prize for soprano solo. Mi as Charles is to be congratulated upon her aueees- THE MILITARY BALL.—We wish to call the attention f oar readers to the military ball in connection with the 1 i" Squadron D.H.I.Y. and D" Co. 1st V.B.R.W.F., which will take nlacc next Thursday, at the County Hall. For furtbec particulars see advt., or apply to the secretaries, Scrgt..Major Bruton, D.H.I.Y., or Sergt. J. Pays, 1, V.B.R.W.F. SUCCLSSV.S IN Music.—At the Christmas examination of Trinity College, London, Miss G Hughes, Caorwys, passed the intermediate, and Misb Harriet Black, Liverpool, passed the preliminary examination, gaining a high per- centage of marks. Koth candidates were prepared by Miss Charlotte Jones, L R.A. M. Miss Jones, pupils have been most successful at the Royal Academy and other examinations, gaining medal, honour certificates, and prize certificates. WESLEY GUILD.-The Rev M E Jones pre- sided over the weekly meeting last Monday, the topic for discussion being the history of the past year, dealt with from a scriptural point of view by Mr W Marsden Davies, and from a literary standpoint by Mr D H Davies. The Chairman, Mr Evan Hughes, and Mr W Sturgess Jones took part in the discussion following the reading of the papers. There was a good attendance, and a very pleasant evening was spent. MUSICAL SUCCESS.— Miss Evadne Foulkes should be gratified over the result of the recent Trinity College of Music examinatiaas. Five of her pupils entered for the test, and were all successful. Intermediate division: Maggie Foulkes and Maggie B Pritchard junior division: Gwendoline W Story; preparatory grade Gwen S Lewis and Dilys Mary Gee. It is a matter of public knowledge that the last named laboured under very trying circum- stances. We congratulate the young musicians, one and all; and Miss Foulkes in particular. CHRISTMAS AT THE ASYLUM.—Christmas Day was rendered bright and pleasant for the many hundreds of patients in the Asylum. An excellent dinner of roast beef, plum pudding, &c., &c., was provided, and followed later in the da.y by an equally good tea. In the morn- ing a bright and appropriate Christmas service was held in Church, enjoyed by a large cumber of the patients. In the evening the usual dance, interspersed with songs, took placo, when Miss May Roberts (the younger daughter of Mr Thomas Roberts, Denbigh) sang most beautifully, the talented young vocalist giving great delight #o the audience, and being loudly encored. Miss Balshaw also gave an excellent and pleasing rendering of her songs, and was warmly greeted. Tbe ] accompaniments were perfectly played by Miss < Roberts. I ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS ON" Diox 11 NKW EDUCATION COMMITTEE.—At -So special meeting of the Council on Thursday evening, I the Mayor presiding, others preseo6 being: Aldermen Robert Owen, John Dft^es; Coun- cillors R Humphreys Roberts, James Hughes, ] J Humphrey Jones, Boiz Jones, D S Daviee, S T Miller, and the Town Clerk and Deputy 1 Town Clerk, it was reported that at a com- mittee meeting it was recommended on the j motion of Councillor S Miller, that the following persons should be eleeted to represent the Council on the new local education com- J mittee, viz.: —Messrs Boaz Jones, J Humphrey t Jones, E J Swayne. and Mrs D S Daviee— The Mayor moved the adoption of the report, s which was seconded by Councillor S T Miller, J and carried unanimously. There will be 18 I members on this committee, which will, under the County authority, manage the elementary school in what is called the Denbigh school t iistrict. Of these 18, four are elected by the j rown Council, 12 by the County Council, and r )ne by Bylchau and Trefnant Ilarish Council, t md one by Nantglyn Parish Meeting and Llano Ic baiadr (rural). "DICK WmrnscTON."—Miss Violet Lisle's powerful company in the pantomime, Dick W hi ttington," occllVicù the boards of the Drill Hali last night before a. crowded audience. The performance wa8 very 6,000 and the humour of Harry Donavan kept, the audience in very guod temper throughout the evening. DEATH OF THE MAYOR'S BROTHER-IN-LAW.— We regret to learn that Mr Owen, the brother- in-law of the Mayor of Denbigh (Dr David Lloyd), has died this week, atter a very brief illness, leaving a widow n-nd four young children to mourn his loss. The funeral takes plfice to-day. Mrs Owen was well-known a few years ago to a large circle in Denbigh, and tha greatest sympathy is felt for her in the terrible bereavement --lie has experienced. Iu con- sequence of the above event the Mayor has been prevented attending several public functions this week. "AN EYE TO COMFORT."—Denbigh Town Councillors evidently have a keen eye to their own comfort, judging from the criuifeon coloured curtains which gracefully hong over the doors, which at once improve the appearance of the Council Chamber, and keeps out- the deadly draughts. An umbrella stand has also been procured which has been most serviceable duriug the raillY season," which now apjrears to have passed us by iu favour of the grip of frost," someone suggests ih-L foot-warmers should be provided for the Councillors to cope with this phase of the weather. However, the above-nanwd improvements in the Council Chamber were necessary, and now they hav e been accomplished the best thanks of the Corporate Body is due to the Committee who carried them out. CYCLING ACCIDENT: A PKDKSTRIAN RUN DOWN. Mr W G Helshy, photographei, "f this town, met with a serious accident Oil Christ- mas Day. He had been to St Asnph on business and was returning iu the evening, when, in the neighbourhood of Trefnant. he was ovortaken by a cyclist, who rang his tell. Mr Hehby turned round and saw the lamp, but the cyclist was into him before he had time to get out o' the way, and knocked him over. Apparently the cyc-ist afterwards went on his way without rendering any ns-iskance, for it was fully an hour la1.cr before Mr Helsby, who was stunned by his fall, was found by some casual passers-by. The Occident may have been to a certain extent unavoidable, but the subsequent conduct of the cyclist was most reprehensible. On refurniisg home Mr Ile-sby icund that his shoulder was dislocated, aud Dr James Hughes set it at the Iniirmnrv on S He is now progressing favourably. CHRISTMAS SERVICES.—Christmas Diy broke rice and dry and the weather was beui.iful in aud around Denbigh. At. 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. Ifoly Communion WAS celebrated in Er.gliah and Welsh at St David sand S5 Mary's Churches, whilst Morning Service wrs held in St Mary's at 10.30 a.m. The service was of a 1 joyous character, and the sacred edifice had been most beautifully decorated bv the follow- ing ladies: --Pulpit, Mrs Tumour aud Miss Lea altar, Miss J C Lloyd Williams and Miss Wilson; lectern, Misses Clough; gasoliers, Miss Lewis; font, Mrs Davies, the Rectory, and Miss Amy Wynne. During the ser- vice a very pretty anthem WHR effectively sung by the choir (Mr Charles Newman creditably singing the srlo) under the conductoiship of Mr Also B2:1my, who ably presided at the organ. Evunsopg was also sung at St Mary's in Welsh, after which some carol singing (under the lealership of Mr W M Pierce, the organist; was enjoyed by the large congregation. ESCAPE; OF GAS.-The motor traetion engine, however useful it may be for carrying heavy loads, has lately proved very destructive to the gas and water pipes, which ware laid on the formation of the companies forty years or more ago, when the possibility of such heavy traffic was not contemplated. Consequently at the beginning of this week it was found necessary to repair the gas pipes at the bot'om of Love-lane, and on Tuesday evening, while the work was iu progress, all the lights in Love-lane very nearly went out, the supply of gas having suddenly failed, and it was some minutes before a passable light was again obtaiined. It appears that a leak in one of the pipes had been stopped temporarily, but some mischievous boy took out the stopping and lit a match, the supply of gas up LovtJ Lane being of course temporarily cut off in consequence. Love-lane, however is by no means the only street that has suffered from the failure of the pipes to withstand trtffio for which they were never built.
BIBBY'S QUARTERLY."—We have received a copy of Iíb,1i well-known and superbly got up publication Bibby's Quarterly." This con- ] stiiutes the Christmas number, *ud is a p ublication which, while appealing principally t to those interested in agriculture, is still of a general publi" interest. Copies can be ob- d tamed direct from MOSBM Bibby AND Sons, „ Exchange Chambers, Liverpool, or their local tgent. It will give the greatest pleasure to all 0 »ud is thoroughly up to the very high standard pr^viona numbers. I
BIRTH. HUGHES.—December 25th, at Penpalmant, Greeo, Denbigh, the wife of Mr Hugh Hughes, of a daughter.
DENBIGH AND RHYL PUPILS SUCCESSFUL. TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON. The following candidates were successful in the musical examination held at the Westminster Hotel, Rhyl, on December 18th. Senior Division Orgau, Miss Esther C T Bnrd (Mr C Sydney Vinning). Inter- mediate Division Piano—Margaret E Foulkes, Margaret B Pritchard (Miss E Foulkes, Denbigh), Amy K Morgan (Miss R M Whitehouse, Colwyn Bay), Hilda M Fenn (Miss T A Roberts, Rhyl), Dorothy F Golding (Mr C Sydney Vinning). Jnnior Division: Piano-Gwendoline W Story (Miss E Foulkes, Denbigh), Marjorie Harker, Gladys M Fenn (Miss T A Roberts, Rhyl), Gwen E Hughes (Miss C Jones, L. R. A. MDen bigh). Preparatory Division: Piano-Elsie M Fletcher, Ethel M Ellis, Adelaide C Williams, Annie.1 Lewis, Annie J Wilde, Edith A Roberts (Miss Roberts, Rhyl), Sarah G Lewis, Dilys M Gee (Miss E Foulkes, Denbigh), Harriet Black (Miss C Jones, Denbigh), Trevor Hughes Jones (Mr J W Roberts, Llanrwst), Nesta G Ball (Mr F pullein, Wrexham). Mr C Sydney Vinning_ is local secretary for tbe Rhyl district.;
— THE SALVATION ARMY. The annual tea and miscellaneous enter- tainment in connection with the Denbigh Salvatiop Army was held on Christmas Day. About 4.30 in the afternoon a good number gathered at Bodawen, which had been kindly lent for the occasion by Miss Gee. The tables had been well stocked witb all kinds of delicacies. The members of the army, together with friends, waited at the tables. In the evening a miscel- laneous programme was gone thrcugh, tl e chair being occupied by Mr T C Jones, who also delivered a very appropriate speech, and dwelt upon the good work which the army in Denbigh had made. The meeting was opened with the singing of 44 Gwaed y Groes," under the leadership of Mr Wm Lloyd, and Capt Jones offered prayer. The programme was as follows :—Auto- harp solo, Miss Catherine A Thomas recitation, Miss Edith Lloyd; party. Misses Williams; recitations by Mr J Morris Joues aud Miss Annie Jones; address by the Rev D E Jenkins; recita- tion, (Master Herbert Bellis; song, Miss Tregoning recitation, Miss Emily Batten song, Mr T C Jones (encored); recitation, Miss Catherine Anne Thomas; song. Miss Lanra.Lloyd, Chapel-place; song, Master Walter 0 Hughes; duet, Misses C A rbomas and Mary Hughes-Thomas recita- ;ions, Miss Sarah Roberts and Mr .) Morris lones song, Mr T C Jones. After a few remarks from Captain Jones, the meeting terminated with the singing of "0 fryniau Daersalera."