SALES BY I Messrs. CLOUGH & Co., Estate Agents, Auctioneers and Valuers, Denbigh. and Valuers, Denbigh. County of Denbigh- In the picturesque Vale of (Jlwyd. Important Sale of a Freehold Farm in the Parish of Llangynhafal, MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO. have been instructed to Ofter for Sale by Public 1 Auction, at the BULL HOTEL, DENBIGH, on WEDNESDAY, the 2tb day of OCTOBER, 1908. at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions then produced, all that Valuable Freehold Farm known as "TYN Y CAEAU," divided into two choice Lots, commanding glorious views, the whole comprising an area of 48 acres 2 roods or thereabouts, situate in the Parish of Llangynhafal and in the occupation of the Representatives of the late Thomas Jones, and being within 1 miles of Rhewl Station (L. & N.W. Railway), 3 miles of the Town of Ruthin, and 5 miles of the County and Market Town of Denbigh. Belonging to the Farm id a right of Sheep-walk on the Llangynhafal Mountain. Possession on the 30th November next. Further particulars and Plans may be obtained of Messrs. Mair Blunt & Brocklehurst. Solici- tors, Macclesfield Messrs. Parry Jones, Francis & Davies, Solicitors, Denbigh D. MacNicoll, Esq., Derwas. Abergele or of the Auctioneers at their Offices, Vale Street, Denbigh. 1079uc Sale by Mr. Chas. p. Sheffield- WELSH 200 HORSES. NEXT MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2Sth, at 12 o'clock. MOLD (20 minutes' Railway journey from Chester). Mold Great Sale of Farmers' Horses, comprising :— Wagen, Van and Lurry Horses, Colts and .Foals, Harness Horses, Welsh Cobs and Ponies, all warranted. Two days for work. Judging 10.30. Sale 12 prompt. Catalogues from CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD, 1092s26 Auctioneer, Mold. NEXT TUESDAY (FAIR DAY), at 11 o'clock. Graat Annual Store Sheep Sale in CAERWYS bMITHFIELD. CRAS. P. SHEFFIELD will-Sell 2,000 Head of Fat and Store Stock, in- cluding many Special Entries of Sheep, Pedigree Southdown Rams from Pentre- ffyiyion Farm Fat Cattle from Lord Mostyn. All Stock:should be in by 10 o'clock. Sale at 11 prompt. 1093s26 NEXT THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1st, at 10.30 prompt. An Unreserved Sale of unusual importance at THE TYDDYN, MOLD (one mile from Mold Railway Station), of the greater portion of the Most Costly Furnishings, Bare Old Oak and Antique Appointments, expensive Floor Coverings, valuable Oil Paint- ings and Proof Engravings, Glass, China, Books, Conveyances, Saddlery, Harness, Garden, Lawn, and Dairy Requisites, Poultry Appliances, and otllSS Outsidg Effects, OflAS. P. SHEFFIELD has been favoured with instructions from W. H. Roberts, Esq., J.P. (who is leaving), to conduct the above Sale absolutely WITHOUT RESERVE. Catalogues post free. Owing to the large number of Lots the Sale will commence punctually at 10.30. 1096s26 PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. LLWYNEGRIN, MOLD. A Highly Important Unreserved Sale of the Whole of the Valuable Contents of the above Mansion will be held on i OCTOBER 15th, 16th, 17th, and19th (if necessary), by order of Henry St. John Raikes, Esq, Catalogues in due course. CHAS. P. SHEFFIELD, Auctioneer, 1024uc Mold and Rhyl. TEETH: HANLON'S, LTD., Dovedale, King's Avenue, Wellington Road, Rhyl, TELEPHONE NO. 7T4. MR. HANLON 'Attends Personally DENBIGH, at Mr. HEliSBY'S Photographer, Vale Street, every Wednes- day, 11.30 a.m. to 5 p.m. RUTHIN, every Fair Day and 3rd Mondays, at Mr. Gee's, Ironmonger, Clwyd Street. CORWEN. First Friday and Fairday, at Mr. Samuel Jones, Confecticner, Bridge Street. [Artificial Teeth a Speciality.] Old Plates Repaired and Remodelled at Moderate Charges. CAST-OFF CLOTHING. Good Prices given for Ladies' and Children's Cast-Off Clothing. Ladies may be waited upon at their own Residences. Also good Bargains to be obtained. BUSINESS ADDRESS MRS. MORETON, 116, YALE STREET, DENBIGH. s651 r 3ale by Messrs. T. and W. Leathes. Agricultural Hall, Ruthin. MONDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 28th, 1908, at 12 o'clock. Weekly Sales of Fat and Store Stock throughout the year. I lyrESSRS. T. & W. LEATHES will bold I their next Sale of FAT and STORE CATTLE, SHEEP, PIGS, and CALVES, at the above Mart. Entries respectfully solicited and taken in up to the hour of Sale. T. & W. LEATHES, Auctioneers. Ruthin, Denbigh, and Trefnant. 1017s5 Trefnant, near Denbigh. One minute's walk from the Railway Station' MONDAY, OCTOBER 5th, 1908, at 12 o'clock. MONTHLY SALE of Fat and Store Stock JJLL. of every description. N.B.—Early Entries will be esteemed a favour in order that Buyers may be advised. T. & W. LEATHES, Auctioneers. Agricultural Hall, Buthin. 110303 Agricultural BalI, Ruthin. THURSDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 1st, 1908, at 11 o'clock. Second Special Store1 Sheep Sale of the Season. comprising 4,000 to 5,000 Breeding Ewes, Fat and Store Lambs, and Feeding Sheep of every description, 100 to 120 Pedigree Rams and Ram Lambs of all classes. Your Entries are respectfully solicited and taken in up to the hour of Sale. N.B.—We beg to inform our numerous sup- porters that this Sale has been extensively advertised in the local and adjoining counties press. Therefore a fair clearance may be expeoted. T. & W. LEATHES, Auctioneers. 1104o26 Sales by Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons. 1,300 HORSES. NEXT WEEK. North Wales Repository, Wrexham. FRANK LLOYD <fe SONS' Greab Autumn Sales:— Sevte-meee 29th.-200 Hunters and Harness Horses. 50th.-250 Hackneys, Cobs and Ponies. OCTOBER 1st.-50 Powerful Town and Lurry Horses. 2nd.-300 Shires, Foals, and Young Horses. „ 8th.—300 North Wales Coaching Teams. Judging 10.30. Sales 12 each day. Cata- logues from the Auctioneers. 1091s26 FRIDAY and SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th and 17th, at 12 30. HIGHLY Important Unreserved Sale of 102 Pedigree Shorthorn Cows, Heifers, and Bulls; Cross-bred Dairy Cows, Store Bullocks, and Yearlings; 10 Wagon and Harness Horses 280 Radnor Ewes, Cross-bred Lambs, and Hampshire Rams; Pigs, Poultry 100 Tons of Hay and Clover, Wheat, Oats, and Barley, the growth of 57 acres; 20 acres of Roots; the Grazing of about 264 acres; Machinery, Implements, Gears, Dairy Vessels, etc., at POOL PARK HOME FARM, Nr. RUTHIN. G. F. BYFORD, in conjunction with FR.lliK LLOYD & SONS, has been instructed by George Blezard, Esq. (who has given up the Farm), to conduct this high-class Sale. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Ruthin or Wrexham. 1062ol0 W. H. GOSMORE~ NANT LEWIS ALYN, TREFNANT, begs to thank all who have sold their Pigs to him, and to say prices are stiU good. All who have Pigs to sell, be certain to see me or Mr. Isaac Roberts, Trefnant, before selling to anyone else. I pay full price as the bargain. No pulling out when you come to the table for your money. You get all I promise, so be sure to see me or Mr Isaac Roberts. I am in the trade to stop, never mind what other people say. My Prices for next week are :— Best Bacon, 200 to 350-lbs., 4;d. per lb. s Under 200-lbs., 4d. per lb. Fat Sows, 3d. per lb. Fanners who have Pigs to sell, be sure and see Mr. Isaac Roberts, Trefnant, before selling. All money paid clear to pocket, and Pigs to be at i CASTLE HOTEL, RUTHIN, On FRIDAY, at 10 o'clock, and HAWK & BUCKLF, DICHBIGH On SATURDAY, at 10 o'clock. (Come early. No waiting. Yours truly, 7 HOouc W. H. GOSMOREr NOTICE. —-nj ——— lUr. J. BULKELEY HUGHES, ZSM DENTAL SURGEON, may still be consulted at CASTLE HILL, DENBIGH. 107lue DENSONS, DENBIGH. Grand Show of New Goods NOW ON. I DAVID ROBERTS & SON, Auctioneers and Valuers, Corwen and Denbigh. Established 1861. CORWEN SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. DAYID ROBERTS & SON win conduct their Annual Store Sheep Sale at the above On lIIONDA Y, OCTOBER 5th, 1908 (Day before Ruthin Fair Day). Sale at 12.30. Splendid Entry. Fat Stock also included. 1100o3 HAFOD, CORWEN. IMPORTANT SALE OF Pure Pedigree Welsh Sheep. MESSRS. DAYID ROBERTS & SON have been favoured with the in- structions of Mr. R. E. Jones to Sell By Auction in the CORWEN SMITHFIELII> where they will be removed for the convenience of Sale), On Monday, October 5th, 1908 (Day before Ruthin Fair), SO Pedigree Welsh Ewes (from 1 to 4 year old), 6 Ditto ditto Shearling Ram Lambs, 40 Ditto ditto Ram and Ewe Lambs. The Auctioneers can, with the greatest confidence, recommend the, above to Flock- masters wishing to secure Welsh Stock of the highest order. Specimens from the Flock have been successfully exhibited at the Royal and other Shows, and few Sheep have been more admired for their excellent quality and pure type. Sale at 12.30 prompt. N.B.—The usual Sale of Fat and Store Cattle and Sheep will take place on THE ABOVE DATE (instead of on the previous Friday). 1036o3 TY'N-Y-CELYN, Gyffflliog, Ruthin. MESSRS. DAYID ROBERTS & SON have been favoured with instructions from the Representatives of the late Mr. John Lloyd, to Sell by Auction as above, On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1908, Cattle, Horses, Pigs, Crops of Hay, Corn and Swedes (all to go off), Farming Implements, Dairy Utensils, and HOUSEHOLD FURNI- TURE, including some rare Old Oak. Crt. or discount given. Sale at 12 o'clock. 110103 Sales by Mr. G. F. Byford. THE OLD ESTABLISHED Vale of Clwyd Auction Mart, Ruthin (Close to the Railway Station)." TUESDAY'S SALE, OCTOBER 6th, 1908 at 10 a.m., will include a GRAND LOT of Prime Quality Fat Bullocks and Heifers, Store Cattle, Milch Cows, Butchers' Calves, Fat and Store Sheep and Lambs, Bacon, Pork and Store Pigs, several Pure-bred Soutohdown Ram Lambs roqu the celebrated Gartbgynan Flock. G. F. BYFORD, 1099o3 Auctioneer. BRYN MOEL, Clawddnewydd (Two-and-a-half miles from the Town of Ruthin). THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8th, 1908. SALE of 10 valuable Head of Cattle, 3 Horses, 16 Cross-bred Shropshire Ewes and Lambs, several Couples of Poultry, Imple- ments, Gearing, 6 Stacks Prime Quality Clover, Hay, Barley and Oats, Swede Turnips, Potatoes, Antique Oak Furniture, Dairy Vessels, and other Effects (Crops to go off), by instructions from Mrs Evans, who is leaving. Three months' credit on approved security, or 3d. in the £ for cash. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock sharp. G. F. BYFORD, Auctioneer. Auctioneer's Office: St. Peter's Square, Ruthin. 1098o3 SCHOLASTIN. Tairholme School. PRINCIPAL.—MISS FOULKES. Pupils prepared for Examinations. Private Lessons given in Music French, and Painting. 87d05_ Denbigh County School for Boys. THE SCHOOL premises include a Chemical and Physical Laboratory, a Lecture Boom, and a Workshop, all excellently equipped with the best Apparatus. It is a Pupil Teacher Centre for the Denbigh and Ruthin Districts, and the only School in these two Districts that prepares Bays for County Exhibitions. The Local Governors of the School Districts of Denbigh and Ruthin offer annually several Scholarships to enable Boys to attend the School, and also grant Bursaries to meet travelling expenses. Further particulars may be obtained from the Headmaster, D. H. Davies, Esq., B.A., or the Clerk, A. FOULKES ROBERTS, Swan Chambers, Denbigh. ST. ASAPH COUNTY SCHOOL Endowed Grammar School, founded 1679) Chairman of the Governors; THE RIGHT REV. THE LORD BISHOP OF ST ASAPH. Vice-Chairman PETER ROBERTS, Esq., J.P. HEAD MASTER: EDWIN MAINER, M.A. (St. John's College, Cambridge), B.Sc. (1st. Division), London. Certificated and Registered Teacher. CLASSICAL MASTER: JAMES BOYD ROBERTSON, B.A., 2nd Class Classical Honours Moderations and Lit. Hum., late Scholar of St. John's College, Oxford; registered in Column B of the Official Register of Teachers. SCIENCE MASTER: D. J. JONES, B.Sc. (Cardigan Exhibitioner at Aberystwyth University College, Wales). DRAWING MASTEB AND TEACHER OF VOCAL MUSIC: T. R. JONES, Certificated Teacher. MANUAL INSTRUCTOR W. KYFFIN HUGHES. THE School stands on elevated ground in a position which commands a view of the picturesque Vale of Clwyd, and within 5 minutes' walk of the Cathedral; and Railway Station. For particulars; apply to the Headmaster, or to CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Clerk to the Governors I St. Asaph. P76d2 I t St. David's Church. On SUNDA Y EVENING NEXT, at 6.30 p.m., HARVEST CANTATA (by G. GARRETT, M.A., Mus. B.), will be Sung by: an AUGMENTED CHOIR' 1084b26 Oxford University Extension Lectures. A COURSE OF SIX Fortnightly Lectures ON ENGLISH PAINTERS BY Mr. J. E. Prythian, illustrated by MAGIC LANTERN, will be given at The J Memorial Hall, Denbigh, 1 On TUESDAYS-SEPT. 29th, OCT. 13th, OCT. 27th, NOV. 10th, NOV. 24th, and DEC. 8th, I at 2.30 p.m. Tickets (transferable) for the Course, 10s. Family Tickeb to admit 3, 25s.; Single Ticket (at the door), 2s. 6d. Tickets and information from Miss G. WILLIAMS, Llewesog, *ol0 Hon. Sec. Musical. Mr. Alex Bellamy, ORGANIST OF St. Mary's and St. David's Churches, RECEIVES PUPILS FOR ORGAN, PIANO, etc. TERMS UPON APPLICATION. Rose Villa, Denbigh. *m MISS TREGONING, TRIGFA, TOWNSEND, DENBIGH. TEACHER OF MUSIC, Pianoforte, Theory, &c. Candidates prepared for Examinations and Competitions. Pupils Visited at their Homes. Engagements taken as ACCOMPANIST, Ac. Terms on application as above. 175uc M. W. A. LLOYD, F.G.C.M., A. Mus. T.C.L. TEACHER OF MUSIC, 4, Market Street, RUTHIN, I supplias Pianos, Organs, A Harmonium. j the best makers on unapproachable cheap lnes and reliable value. District Agent for the Casson Positive Pipe Organ, now recognised \s the best substitute for the Reed or American Organs in places of worship. Prices from £ 50 to £300. Instruments also by first-class makers only All Instruments guaranteed in perfect condition and of exceptional value Mr. W. E. BELCHER, M.A., F.R.CO., A.R.C.M., Visits RUTHIN on Monday Afternoons at Mr. BOOTHROYD' a St. Peter's Square), and DENBIGH. SINGING, PIANOFORTE. THEORY. fl5.08 MR. BRYAN E. WARHURSL A.R.C.M., Organist and Choirmaster of Sb. Thomas' Church, Rbyl; also Choirmaster of St. Paul's Church, Colwyn Bay, VISITS DENBIGH- Prepares pupils for the Associated Board of the Royal Academy of Music, the Royal College of Music, and the Trinity College of Music, London. Organ, Pianoforte, Singing, Harmony, Theory, &a. LATEST MUSICAL SUCCESSES: Diploma, A.T.C.L., Pianoforte Playing and Teaching. „ A.L.C.M. (6). Royal Academy ol IUnsic (Associ- ated Board). Higher Division Pianoforte Playing and Theory (3). JULY, 1908, SUCCESSES: Higher Division-Singing (2); with distinction (1).. Lower Division—Pianoforte Playing (6). Elementary Division-Pianoforte Playing (2). Lower Division-Organ Playing (2). Intermediate Division, Trinity College- Pianoforte Playing (1). ADDRESS: Haydn House, Brighton Road, Rhyl. 1055dl2 Mr. E. Emlyn Davies, A.a.c.o., RHOS & WREXHAM, Teacher of Music, Associate of thej Royal College of Organists. College of Organists. Pianoforte, Organ, Theory. f Open for Engagements as Accompanist, &c. I ———— Pupils prepared for all Musical Exams. j Hiraethog House. Denbigh, and 3, Swan St., Rhos, Ruabon. 1102 Situations Vacant. OOK-GENERAL for middle of October- Call or write. Chambres, Bryn Dyffryn, Trefnant. 03 ANTED, COOK-GENERAL. Wages VV C16 to £18. References.-Mrs. Mainer, School House, County School. St. Asaph. *sl0 ANTED, a Working FARM BAILiFE" for a small Home Farm and to look after Estate repairs.—Apply, with full particulars, to C.D. FREE PRESS Office, Denbigh. s26 GAMEKEEPER Wanted to look after a Beat.—Apply, with full particulars, to A.B. FREE PREss Office, Denbigh. s26 BETWEEN MAID Wanted, a strong girl .not under 18. Churchwoman. One who has been general preferred. Apply first by letter, stating age, wages, and all particulars, Miss Thomas, Pare Postyn, Denbigh. s26 TSTANTED, in Denbigh, good GENERAL SERVANT for small Family. Address, stating age, references, and salary required to No. 1097," FREE PRESS Office, Denbigh. *o3 WANTED, WORKING HOUSEKEEPER from 23 to 27 years of age, with good references, and trustworthy, to take care of a roadside public business. No experience required. Apply to J. Griffiths, Kinmel Arms, Llandyrnog, Denbigh. *ol0 TL C ARES, MANURES.—AGENTS Wanted. Connection amongst Farmers necessary.—Pioneer Cake and Manure Co., Preeson's Row, Liverpool. *s29 DENBIGH ASYLUM. WANTED FEMALE ATTENDANTS. Wages to commence at tl6 per annum, with board, lodging, washing, and uniform, increasing at the rate of XI per annum up to F,24, but without beer allowance or prospect ot pension. Forms of application may be obtained from the undersigned. (Signed), WM. BARKER, Clerk to the Visiting Committee. 23rd September, 1908. s26 Situation Wanted. USEFUL Companion (30), desires re- engagement October 22nd; excellent references, domesticated, trustworthy. Jompsett, The Gables," Pikley, Chesterfield. .s26 GENTLEMAN wishes to recommend Married Man as GROOM-GARDENER or single handed COACHMAN. Can milk. Three years and nine years excellent character. —H. Bullock, Lodge, Pare Postyn, Denbigh. .26 Wanted. WANTED Oak Dressers and every W description of old Oak and Mahogany Furniture, Pewter, pictures and China. Write or apply at Stanley Hall, Wynnstay Road, Ruthin. u.c. TTTANTED, any quantities of Large Live Fat Hens, now making from 2s. 2d. to 2d. 8d. each Large Live Ducklings, now making from 2s. 4d. co 3s. each; Large Live Chicks, now making from 2a. 6d. to 3s. 3d. each. Geese and Turkeys, etc., according to size, quality and market. Butter, Eggs and Pork bought in large quantities. Best market prices and Sale Accounts returned daily. Bankers' reference. Consignments invited. Hudson and Co., Wholesale Poultry and Provision Merchants, 22, Artillery Lane, Bishopsgate, London, E.C. dl2 For Sale. ROUND LIME for Agricultural purposes VJT supplied in Bags to any Railway Station. For terms apply to W. Ellis & Co., Abergele. 293uc H" ALF-I)OZEN~ FERRETS For Sale. I LJL Apply Smith, Gwaenynog Park, Denbigh. *d2G F" ORSALE,Secoud-hand BEER ENGINE, 76 feet lead Piping.—Apply Farmers' Arms, Denbigh. *o3 HEARSES, Grand Funeral Cars, Coaches, Brakes, Landaus, 50, sale or hire, option of purchase.-Marston, 24, Bradford Street, Birmingham. *s4.09 OIMO BANE, THE NEW INSECT KILLER. C Kills Fleas, Lice, Moths, Blackbeetles, House Flies, and all insects. Quite harmless to animals. For use on Dogs, Cats, and all Animals. In Bedding, Carpets, Linen, etc., for every kind of insect. Sold by Chemists, in Tins, at 3d., 6d., and 1/ postage Id. G. W. Harrison, Chemist, Reading. Agents for Denbigh, J. Harrison Jone- & Co., High Street; Ruthin, Rouw & Son, St. Peter's Square St. Asaph, J. Emrys Jones—all Chemists. 783d19 EATS, MIUK, MOLES, OOOKHUACAKS and BEETLES, greedily eat Harrison's Reliable Rat Poison. Cats and dogs will not touch it. Vermin dry up and leave no smell. Prices 6d., Is., 2s. 3d., and 3s. Sd., Postage Pd.-G. W.. HARRISON, Chemist, Re.ading. Sold by Chemists. Agent for St. Asaph J. Emrys Jones, Chemist. Denbigh Harrison Jones & Co., High Street. Ruthin Rouw & Sons, Chemists, St. Peter's Square. Bettwsycoed: R. Parry. To Be Let rno BE LET,"R aEWIT"SMITHY~L«id _X_ COTTAGE, Llanelidan, near Ruthin. Smithy fitted with plant ready for immediate work. Good stand for business. Apply A. O. Evans, Esq., Solicitor, Ruthin and Denbigh or to Messrs. David Roberts and Son, Auction- eers, Corwen. u.c rpO LET, in a country locality in North Wales, an excellent small catering HOTEL, and PUBLIC HOUSE. Largely frequented by Tourists and Fishermen. In- going by valuation only.-Apply Box 1047," FREE PRESS Office, Denbigh. s26 f lAO LET (St Asaph), 7-roomed HOUSE, JL close to Station, with or without garden. Modern conveniences. Apply J. Lothian, St. Asaph. o3 ±0 BE LET, PLAS RHYSGOG, with -L. garden buildings and four acres of land, situate near Llangollen, and one mile from Berwyn Station, Great Western Railway. For further particulars apply to C. Richards and Sons, Solicitors, Llangollen. 03 FARM TO BE LET, from November 30th, LODGE FARM, LLANGYNHAFAL, 27-acres.-Apply D. MacNicoll, Derwas, Aber- ge e. s26 \XJ AREHOU SE TO LET, at the "old W Foundry" Buildings, Denbigh (close to the Market Hall). For particulars and terms apply toT. A. Wynne Edwards, Plas Nantglyn, Denbigh. 010 Miscellaneous. C\A PAGE BOOK ABOUT'HERBSXNT) XJtk HOW TO USE THEM. Post free. Send for one.-Trimmell. The Herbalist, 144, Richmond Road, Cardiff. Established 1879. *n23. MARQUEE FOR HIRE, 90 feec by 30 feet. Can be put up any size under the above.—For terms apply to J. Roberts, Owen Glyndwr Hotel, Corwen. ol — ———— PRELIMINARY NOTICE. Pendret Wesleyan Chapel Denbigh. A GRAND BAZAAR is to be held towards the end of SEPTEMBER or begining of OCTOBER, 1909, in aid of the Organ and Restoration Fund. [ADVERTISEMENT.] Denbighshire Infirmkry. Miss ELLIS' TESTIMONI fi.L. £ s. d. To amount already acknowledged 27 15 0 Rev. T. Redfern 0 10 0 Miss J. C. Lloyd Williams 0 5 0 Mr. W. Clwyd Pierce 0 5 0 Mr. James Hughes, Architect 0 5 0 The Mayor (Alderman Boaz Jones) 0 5 0 This List will close to-day (Saturday), September 26th. J V (By Order), J. PARRY JONES, 1047s26 Secretary. Important Notice. d. JONES (for many years with Messrs. E. B. Jones & Co.' Denbigh), Wishes to inform the inhabitants of Denbigh and District, that he has COMMENCED BUSINESS at 2, CHAPEL PLACE, DENBIGH, wheie he has a Good Supply of Groceries and Provisions of the BEST QUALITY at REASONABLE PRICES. Fresh Bread Daily. A TRIAL ORDER RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED llOGuc
Church Services. FIFTEENTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. ST. MARY'S. ENGLISH-Matins, 10.30 a.m. Processional Hymn, 281. Burstall's responses. Venite, Hine. Psalms, Rev E Beckwith and Beethoven. Te Deum, Russe in B flat. Benedictus, J Turle. Anthem, Praise the Lord, 0 Jerusalem (Maunder). Hymns 219, 290. WELSH—Evensong, 6.30 p.m. Opening hymn, 217 (Hyfrydol). Psalms, Cayley, Fitzherbert, Foster, Statham. Magnificat, Barnby in D. Nunc Dimittis, Walter Williams in Db. Anthem, "Yr Arglwydd yw fy mugail" (Dr Parry). Hymns: 177 (Dismission), 427 (Wir Pfliigen), ST. DAVID'S. WELSH—Matins, 10.30a.m. Confession, Ely's Setting. Rimbault's responses. Venite, J Hindle in G. Psalms, Anon (Lit. Book), Barnby, Wickes, Helmore and Reinagle. Te Deum, Tawes, CooKe, and Hopkins. Benedictus, Troutbeck. Hymns: 377 (Alma), 366 (Ely), 247 (Hor- bury). ENGLISH—Evensong, 6.30 p.m. Processional Hymn, 166. Psalms, E J Bopkins. Magnificat, J Barnby. Nuno Dimittis, E J Hopkins. Hymn, 386. Harvest Cantata by G Garrett, M.A., Mus.B Hymn, 381. Burstall's 3rd Amen. I-
Births, Marriages, and Deaths. BIRTHS. BARTLEY.—September 20th, at 4, Beacon's- hill Ward, Denbigh, the wife of Mr W Bartley, of a son. MARRIAGE. HUC lIr-S -SEILER. -August 25th, at the Wesleyan Church, Cathcart, Cape Colony, by the Rev David Moore, William Henry Hughes, chemist and druggist, Cathcart (at one time with Mr T J Roberts, chemist, and Dr Medwyn Hughes, Rutbin), to Mary, youngest daughter of the late John Seiler, also of Cathcart. DEATH. EDWARDS.—September 18th, at Gell Gate, Corwen, Ellen, wife of the late Evan Edwards. LESLILI. -On 16th September, 1908, Francis Macnaghten Leslie. Major late 4th Battalion Eoyal Irish Rifles, and formerly of the H.E.J.C.S. and Her Majesty's 105th, 103rd, and 63rd Regiments. Youngest surviving son of the late James Edmund Leslie, Esq., D.L, J.P., of Leslie Hill, and Seaport Lodge, Co. Antrim. Aged 70 years. WILLIAMS.—-0A September 23rd, at his resi- dence, Rosehill, St Asaph, the Rev R 0 Williams, formerly vicar of Holywell, aged 70 years. IN MEMORIAM. HOV.E.—In loving memory of Mr H Howe, the dearly beloved husband of Mrs Howe, late of Berth Cottage, Lia-obedr, Ruthin, who died September 28th, 1907. Sadly missed by his Wife and Children
Social and Personal. Mr H A Tilby, prospective candidate to Flint boroughs, and Mr W G C Gladstone, the squire of Hawarden, are to be opponents in a political debate at Chester Debating Society. Lord and Lady Mostyn, who with their daughter have been on a trip to Canada, have just returned to Mostyn Hall. Mr Lloyd George was on Tuesday elected president of the Baptist Union of Wales. The Chancellor of the Exchequer had a severe cold last week, but has returned, with Mrs Lloyd George, from the Sautb of England quite recovered. The marriage arranged between Miss Gwendoline Wynn, daughter of the Hon C H Wynn of Rug, and Dr Lloyd Roberts, Car- narvon, will take place at St James's, Picca- dilly, London, on October 15th. The marriage of Miss Barbara Douglas Robertson, daughter of Mr George N Robertson, of Plas Newydd, Llangollen, to r P G Wayne, will take place at Llangollen Parish Church at 2.15 on Wednesday next. The Rev T J Wheldon, ex-moderator of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Assembly, had another severe paralytic seizure on Wednesday.
SUCCESSFUL STOCK SALE. Messrs Frank Lloyd and Sons, of Wrexham, conducted a most successful sale of high class dairy stock, sheep, and pigs for Mr R E Birch, J.P., at Bryn Gwyn Farm, Colwyn Bay, on Wednesday, September 16th. Unfortunately rain fell unceasingly during the whole of the proceedings, but in spite of this the large company assembled braved the elements to the close, and bidding for every lot was of the kneenesb description. The highest price for dairy cows was fl:5 10s, paid by Mr W C Bell for a spring calver; another was secured by Sir Peter Walker, Ashbourne, at £ 22 15s, and the lot averaged nearly X20. The best two year old realised £ 20 5s, the purchaser being Capt Best, Llangollen while yearlings made up to X10 12s Gd. The fat cattle, small weights, were a ripe lot, and made up to £ 17 12s 6d, cross-bred lambs up to 26s 6d shearlings to 35B 6.1, and gilts up to £ 5 17s Gd)
TOPICS OF THE WEEK. In the debate on the Old Age Pensions Act 1ft the North Wales Poor Liw Confer- ence this week, the provision made for the administration of the same came in for severe criticism. Complaint was rightly made that the poor-law Guardians as such were debarred from taking part in adminis- tering the Act, although their experience in dealing with poor-law matters rendered them peculiarly fitted to do so. It was contended that the Pension Scheme would not abolish the workhouse, and it was- pointed out how little it would do to abolish poverty and suffering which made itselt felt long before the age limit of the Act—70 years, was reached. Reverting to the subject of unemploy- ment, discussed in this column a fortnight ago, our attention has been called to the 0 fact that a popular entertainment in the town is always well patronised, the attendance frequently including a certain proportion who profess to be unable to maintain their families without assistance but of course the patrons of this type form only a very small percentage of the uudience, and, if they choose to fritter away a fw coppers that should go to the support of their families, it is better that they should spend the money there than in a less desirable place. The treatment of the unemployed is- certainly closely connected with the sup- port of local trade. Loc-1 shopkeepers in all small towns, such as ours, frequently complain that a number of residents buy a. large proportion of goods from large towns outside the district instead of supporting the tradesmen in the towns in which they live. This complaint certainly holds good as far as Denbigh is concerned, and it is a sad pity that it should be so, for certainly local tradesmen conld do as well for residents as the far away establishments or stores do, if the residents would only give the tradesmen the benefit of their regular and whole support, and pay them cash—as they have to do if they trade away-or within such a reasonable time as enables the local tradesman to turn over his money quickly and profitably. The Denbigh Territorials—profanely depcribed by some, for brevity's sake, as "terriers" or I- terrors "-have been making their mark, and very well placed marks, at the shooting ranges. The record of their prowess will be found on page 6 of this issue. The local Vounteers have always enjoyed an excellent reputa- tion for finding the bull's eye, and, in these days, when the National Service League appeals to our patriotism, ifc is gratifying to find men with steady hands aud clear eyes behind the rifles. The interest shown in outdoor games and sports at Denbigh has always com- pared favourably with the rest of the district, but recently the town has been outstripped in one direction. There has been an excellent golf club at Rhyl for many years, and Ruthiu followed suit a year or two ago. The Denbigh golfers merely grumbled about not having a course near the town, and went to Ruthin, Rhyl, or further afield, for their games. They have now discovered that Heaven helps those who help themselves," and steps have been taken to form a club, secure a ground, and begin play as soon aa C, possible. Of course, nobody expects the- course to be equal to that at Rhyl-for seaside links have many advantages in the matter of soil, etc.—but, on the other hand, the subscription will be much smaller. .0 P If the class who write anonymous letters are capable of thinking at all, the suicide of General Luard should cause them some uncomfortable reflections. The General was an excellent man, greatly beloved by a large circle of friends and by his own servants. The idea that he murdered his wife was monstrous and fantastic yet it was entertained by certain people, their only argument being that no one else could have done it." And, to back up the suspicion, a cock-and-bull story was in- vented that the General was in pecuniary difficulties, which was absolutely untrue, and that his murdered wife was heavily insured. The General himself, prostrated by grief at the loss of his deeply loved partner, had no idea. that any one could suppose him to be guilty of the awful crime, until certain unmistakable questions were put to him at the adjourned inquest. Then followed an avalanche of anonymous letters. It was no wonder that these fiendishly cruel attacks should have preyed upon the mind of the poor man in his desolation and sorrow. It is one of the defects of modern civilisation that there iSJ as a rule, no possible way of detecting and punishing the writers of such letters. It need only be added that the Coroner and the jury who investigated Mrs Luard's death, and the chief constable of Kent I are in absolute agreement that General Luard bad no knowledge of Mrs Luard's de:1th and had nothing whatever to do with it. Aa regards the anonymous letters and false insinuations made the Chief Constable publicly stated that the police have ascer- tained beyond doubt that there is not the slightest foundation for any of those tumours or accusations made by letters or otherwise. The jury's verdict was wilful mcrder against borne person or persons unknown.
Market Prices. DENBIGH, WEDNESDAY. —Fowls, 3s 6d to 4& 6d per couple: ducks, 4:3 to 5s per couple; eggs, 9 and 10 for Is; freshbutter, Is to Is Id per lb; smtill tubs, Is to Is Oid beef, 6d to 9d per Ib; mutton, 8d to lOd per lb; lamb, Od to lOd per lb; fat pigs, 3 £ d to 4d 4 per lb English wool, 7d per lb; Welsh wool, 5d per lb.
MOLD. HORSE SALE.-As will be seen from our advertising columns the gieat annual Mold sale of horses takes place next Monday. The entiy is a record onegtAiid as undoubtedly our readers know at this sale the best class of genuine Welsh horses can be purchased. Catalogues may be obtained gratis from M* Sheffield, auctioneer, Mold.