WHY go out of your way to buy PIANOS and ORGANS, also to have your Instruments Tuned & Repaired when HARSTON & Co., 4 of London, Liverpool, &c., &c., can offer cheaper than any other firm. HARSTON & Co. have opened Shops for the convenience of Mold and Ruthin Inhabitants. Call and inspect before you go elsewhere. 503m. Wynnstay Arms tiotel RUTHIN. FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL. Under entirely New Management, POSTING in all its Branches JBHIiard Table refitted with New Patent Low Cushions. MISS COOPER, Manageress. 1938a91 FASHIONS FOR SPRING, 1901. JOHN ROBERTS, 1, Castle Street, RUTHIN, teas received a LABGE ASSORTMENT of l. Ladies' Hats, Toques, JBtouses, Capes, & Jackets. AUthe NEWEST and LATEST STYLE. High Class Tailoring and Dressmaking. Fit and Style Guaranteed. 359uc S7 EMMANUEL, HAIRDRESSER, &c., -Up to announce that he has removed from 3L, Pack Street, to more commodious premises, 7, BRIDGE STREET. CUnder the Constitutional Club) DENBIGH. XJLDIZS' COMBINGS MADE UP at Is. per ounce. Umbrellas recovered and neatly Repaired at Moderate Charges PLEASE NOTE THE NEW ADDRESS :— 7 J BRIDGE STREET, DENBIGH. 8m2801 Baholastic. GlliLa' JJOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL Love Lane House, Denbigh. PKEKCipja.—MISS K. HUBBARD. fi* Coarse of Instruction includes English Ussis, Singing, French, German, Drawing Painting, and Needlework. Pupils oan be pre- pared for the Local Examination. Arcville College, East Parade, Rhyl. Preparation for London Matriculation, Oxford and Cambridge Locals and Associated Board of Music. PBENCHj an GERMAN Spoken. IPBINOIPAL: MISS MERCIER. Greenfield Hall School, Holywell, North Wales. SXAKDXKG HIGH IN PABK 32 Acuns. READ MASTER: Z. s. CUMXNG, MA. (Oxon), assisted by A C PHUiLJPS, ESQ., B.A. (Camb.), Ist Olow Math. Special. Fpcop-wod for, rshis and Entrance to Schools. BgrmnasmBa Jojuer's Shop. Summer Bi thing. < iPvocHcot Health Kecord. *j30 t 4 y ".# D. CUSHION, Cycle and Motor Depot, 9, Clwyd Street, RUTIN, N.W. Repairs and Brazing a Speciality. Official Repairer to the C.T.C. Tyres Repaired and Re-Rubbered. Machines Built to Order. Agent for Star Motors, R. and P., and New Hudson Cycles. 325jl2 Thos. Williams & Son, BILLPOSTERS, Ac. 46, WELL STREET, RUTHIN. Members of the United Billposters Association. Town and Country Posting Promptly attended to on Reasonable Terms. All work Personally Executed. NOTE THE ADDRESS. 414a.c. Hand Brewery, 17, Well Street, RUTHIN R. ROBERTS, Wholesale and Retail Wine and Spirit Merchant y Brewer and Malstei 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 g<vllons at the following prices; 36 gls. 18 gls. 9 els. AXXX (Mild) ..50s. 25s. 12s. 6d! XXX (do.) 42s. 21s. 10a. 6d. XX (do.) 36s. 18s. 98. Od. B.b Bitter) 50s. 25s. 12s. 6d. P.A. (do, 42s. t. 21s. 10s. 6d. Guiness's Extra Stout; Barclay and Perkinsj ondon Stout; and Bass & Co.'s Burton Ales n Cask and Bottles. Finest Scotch and Trish Whiskies, Old Ports Sherries and Champagnes of well-known Brands..11 T. R. RUTTER, 6, Vale Street, Denbigh. TAILORING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Raglan Coats A Speciality. A Grand Assortment of Hats, Caps, Ties, &c., &c. Satisfaction Guaranteed. T. R. RUTTER, 6, Vale Street, Denbigh. Contractors to His 1tlajesÏ)"s Government THE "CUNDALL" PATENT OIL ENGINES. MOST PERFECT POWER FOR ,A|fMY~*|| THRASHING, GRINDING, CHOPPING, PULPING, 4c. Makers of the Largest Oil Engines in the World. R CUNDALL 41: SONS, LIMITED. Shipley, Forks. LONDON-ST. BRIDE, ST., E.C., & PARIS. The Staff of Life IS E. P. Jones, Son & Co.'s PURE Home-made Bread. A Tempting Article Sold at a Tempting Price. Is. Loaf for 8d. 6d. Loaf for 4d. 3d. Loaf for 2d. Also Every Saturday until the Last Satur day in May, 1901, we shall Bake a MONSTER LOAF weighing 71bs. for Gd. Orders fer these Wonderful Loaves must be in hand before 7 p.m. the previous Friday, AD PAID FOR ON DELIVERY OUR BREAD recommends itself. We only ask you to Try ONE Loaf. We are confident you will then use no other. E. P. Jones, Sen & Co. THE EXPERT BAKERS, DENBIGH. TOBACCONIST. W. BULLER bev, to return thanks to his numerous Customers for past favours, and to announce :that he has a very LARGE STOCK of the Finest Brands in CIGARS, Havanas, Indians, Borahs, Mex: cans. Manillas, Finest -Brands in the Market. CIGARETTES all the leading Foreign and British Makers in Packets, Tins, and by Weight Russian, Turkish, Brazilian, Egyptian, etc. All the Leading TOBACCOS, American and British, Sweetened and Unsweetened; also Boer Tobac. Sole Agents for Loewe, BBB, Peterson's and other Pipes; ALL PRICES. All Smoker's Reouisites in great variety, CIGAB AND CIGARETTE CASES, VESTA BOXES, STANDS, etc., etc. A call repectfully solicited; lowest Store Prices. Note Address bULLER, Cigar Importer, DENBIGH. Guns and Sporting Ammunition. Give us a Trial Order this is all we ask. English Double Barrelled Guns from 50s. Foreign Ditto ditto 25s. AMMUNITION: Best Smokeless Powders. Amberite. Im- perial Sohultze or E.C., No. 3, ia Eleys E.B. Nitro Cases, 8s, 6d. per 100. „ Gastight 108." Half Brass 1086d. „ All Brass Ejecter, Us. „ Pegamoid Waterproof, 10s. 9d. Kynoch's Cartridges, C.B. Quality, 7B. 6d. „ „ Gastight, 10s." „ Half Brass io8.6d. „ „ Kynoid Waterproof 10s. 6d. Nobels, Ballistite, Coopall, Cannoiaite, &c., in Stock. We guarantee our Special Loading t> kill further than ordinary leading. 6d. per 100 in all qualities extra. Try them. All Cartridges are newly leaded. Write for Catalogue, 24 pages, illustrated, hee. H. W. Roberts & Co., GUNMAKERS, HIGH STREET, RHYL. 71u.c T. GOUGH JONES is prepared to give Estimates for Plastering and Slating AND REPAIRS TO PROPERTY. RESIDENCE: Shamrock Cottage, DENBIGH. -je15] ————————- ESTABLISHED 1851. BIRKBECK BANK Southampton Bldngs., Chancery Lane, London, W.C. CURRENT ACCOUNTS 20 on the minimum monthly balances, O l /Q when not drawn below £ 1Q0. ^4 /Q DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS 2 2 on demand. 21% « STOCKS AND SHARES Stocks and Shares purchased and sold for cWltomenL ^n»e BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particular^ j jort Inc. FRANCIS RIVENSCROIT, Manager. VeUpbone No. 5 Holb&rn. I reUgraphU Addrett: "BlitzBxcx, LOI.CDON." Hales by Messrs. Ciough & Co. k IMPORTANT SAfJE OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, in the Town of Denbigh and in the Counties of Denbigh and Flint. MESSRS. CLOUGH & co. wm ofter for • Sale By Publie Auction at the BULL 1 HOTEL, DENBIGH, on WEDNESDAY, J JUNE 19th, 1901, at 2.30 o'clock in the afternoon, and subject to conditions to be then ( read, the following ] Freehold Properties] In the Town of Denbigh* Lot 1.-3 Dwelling Houses known as j "PIGOT VILLAS." Lot 2. FB.E PRESS OFFICE," Vale 1 Street. Lot 3.-3 COTTAGES, Nos. 5., 7, and 9, Middle Lane. Lot 4.-5 COTTAGES, Nos. 12.. 14, 16, 18, and 20, Rosemary Lane. Lot 5.-4 COTTAGES, Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8, Charnell's Well. r, Lot ö.-A Fully-Licensed Public House and Premises, known as the NEW BUTCHER'S, ARMS." In the County of Denbigh. Lot 7.—All that Freehold Farm and Lands,. known a3 "TRYFAN UCHA," in the Parish of Llansannan, about 5 miles from Denbigh, containicg in the whole 71 acres, 3 roods, 15 perches (or thereabouts). In the County of Flint. Lot 8.—" MAES-YR-ESGOB FIELDS," situate in the Parish oi Nanoerch, containing as a whole 15 acres, a roods, 37 perches (or thereabouts). For further particulars apply to Messrs. Gold Edwards and Co., Solicitors, or the Auctioneers, both of Denbigh. 560j15 PENDINAS, ST. ASAPH. MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO., are favoured with instructions from Dr. F. L. Heaton (who is leaving), to Sell By Public Auction on the premises as above, on THURSDAY, JUNE ¡¿7th, 1901, the whole of the Useful and Modern Household Furniture, &c., briefly-in Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Drawing Room and Study. Mahogany Dining Table (4ft. 6in. by 4ft. Gin. with two extra leaves, total length 7ft. 6in.), Sideboard (6ft. long), Knee-hole W riting Tables, Pedestal Tables, Sofas, Easy and Single Chairs, Walnut Davenport, Pier Glasses, Ebonized Drawing-room Chairs, Writing Desk in Mahog- any with Sunk Leather Top, Water Coitur Pictures and Engravings, Double Barrel Pinfire 1 Breech-loading Gun in case, &c. The contents of Seven Bedrooms, Kitchens, Pantry, and other offices. Out-Door Effects, consisting of Harness, Saddlery, Saddle Room Requisites, Two-wheel Dog Cart with Cushions and Lamps complete, Four-wheel Phaeton, &c., &c. Carriage Mare (Dark Chestnut, 15 hands, grand stamp and reliable). Sale at 11 o'c'ock prompt. Catalogues ready 7 days prior to the Sale, which can be obtained of the Auctioneers. 609j 15 WOOL WM T WOOL HUGHES AND SONS, PONT YSTRAD WOOLLEN MILLS, 15, VALE STREET, AND MARKET HALL, DENBIGH, begs to inform their numerous Customers Gentlemen Farmers, and Wool Growers that they are prepared to Exchange or Manufacture Wool into Cloths, Serges, Flannels, Blankets Quilts, Shawls. Rugs, Yarns, and Hosiery. at the very Lowest Possible Prices. All work done under personal supervision and of the very best Manufacture. Highest Awards at Monmouth, 1899; Chelten- ham, 1899; Albert Hall (for Weaving in the United Kingdom), 1900; Lord Aberdare's Exhibition, 1900; 22 Highest Awards, Llan- elly, 1900; Gald Centre Silver Medal, Denbigh, 1901. Scotch and Berlin Wools and Hosiery of the Best Manufacture kept in Stock. Best House in the Trade. Inspection Invited. 602jl6.02 Musical. Mr. W. A. LLOYD, P.G.C.M. (ASSOCIATE TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON), Local Representative of the London College of Music. | Teacher of Music. blisher of Te Deum in E (Congregational), 3d. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (in the Press) 3d. Vale View, Ruthin 1328j Dentistry. Dental Notice. ItJjL THOMAS LUKIN I (FBOM LONDON), ] DENTAL SURGEON, ( Bucoessor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. B f Williams), may be consulted daily at 5 Fern Villa, Church Street, Bhyl. • National Telephone No. 0174 Rhyl. DENBIGH.—livery Wedaeedayat Aire Row- botham, Hall Square. BUTHIN.-The Firs Tuesday and Th.rd i Monday ia eaoh Month at Mr. William. Tudor House, 6, Well Street. T N.B.—Patients visited by appointment. 5 ) 1MB. E. W. KEATINGE, L.D.S., II SURGEON DENTIST. re Vaenol," Oppowie the Church), Ruasell Road r RHYL. t ATTENDANCES. 9BNBIGH—At Mr. B. D. Hughes, Chemist, &] High Street, «v«ry Wednesday. to KUTHIN-At T. H. Bigby, Jeweller's Shop, 14 tk St. Peter s-eqaare, every First Tuesday in UM Moatfa (Fair Day), an* trwy Third M&aaay be bales by Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons. DENBIGHSHIRE. £ pBsA.NK LLOYD and SONS will Sell by f Auction at the BULL HOTEL, DEN- RICH, about the end of JULY, the following Freehold Farms and fully Licensed Hotel :— 1.- V 0EL, in the Parish o* Llaurhaiadr-yn- ] Cinmerch, in the occupatioa of Mr David Roberts as yearly tenant. 2* CWM, in the Parish of Henllan and Bylchau, in the occupation of Mr T Jones as yearly tenant." 3. TY DRAW, in the Parish of Henllan, in the occupation of Mr. '.1'. Jones as yearly tenant. ( 4.—GRONGLWYD, in the Parish of Cerrigy- druidion, in the occupation of Mr. J. Hughes as yearly tenant. 5.—BRYN GLAS, MAEKDY, in the Parish of Llanfihangel, Mr. W. Williams yearly tent ant. < 6-—THE SARACEN'S HEAD, Cerrigydruidion, fully Licensed House, in the occupation of Mr! £ Parry as yearly tenant. 7.—VALUABLE PIECE OF BUILDING LAND in the centre of Cerrigydruidion village, known as the" Getel," held by Mr. Parry as yearly: tenant. r Full particulars can shortly be obtained; from the Auctioneers, Messrs Parry Jones and Francis, solicitors, Denbigh, and W. H. Oooke, Esq., Estate Agent, County Buildings, Mold. In each case two-thirds of the purchase monay can remain as mortgage if desired. 550u.c. Sale by Massrs. Wm. Dew & Son COUNTY OF DENBIGH. Vale of Clwyd. Parishes of Llanynys, Llandyrnog, Llangwyfan, and Llangynhafal. The CERRIGLLWYDION ESTATE. MESSRS. WILLIAM DEW and SON lYi. will Offer For Sale By Public Auction at the BULL HOTEL, DENBIGH, on WEDNESDAY, on JULY 3rd, HJOl, at 1 o clock in the afternoon, the above CHARMING FREEHOLD ESTATE, comprising a convenient Family Residence, also valuable Farms, Holdings, Fully Licensed Public House, and Accommodation Lands, .known as Llawog, Rhydonen Bach, Rhydonen, Penyllordd and Smithy, Rhydonen Cottage, Tyddyn Esther, Ty'nddol, Waen 1 Wen Fawr, Sychten, Waen Wen Bach, Tv Newydd, Plas Siors, Cerygllwydion Bach Uchaf, Do. lsaf, Cerygllwydion Arms Public House, 5 Cottages, etc., in Llanynys, Gors Ddu, T5- Mawr, Penybryn Bach, Pwll-y- Chwiaid Mawr, and Fronheulog. Particulars, Plans, and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. PARRY JONES and FRANCIS, Solicitors, Denbigh at the Auction- eer's Institute, London, W.C. or of the Auctioneers, Bangor and Llandudno. 555j29 Vale of Clwyd Agricultural Society The FIRST SHOW of the above Society will be held in the HOWELL'S SCHOOL PARK, DENBIGH, on Thursday, August 1st, 1901. £200 in. Prizes. Schedule of Prizes and Entry Forms now ready, and to be obtained from the Secretaries. ENTRIES CLOSE ON JULY 15TH. Late Entries can be received up to July 20th, but all such late entries must be accom- panied by an extra fee of 2s. 6d. for each Exhibit.: F. CLOUGH, J. LL. WILLIAMS, Secretaries. Denbigh. 603u.c. SERVANTS' REGISTRY. oonduoted by Mrs. Aldrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN MRS. ROWBOTHAM, Hall Square (LATE OF 28, VALE STREET). Ladles' and Children's Outfitter Fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. WANTED, at once, two Parlourmaids for near Denbigh, highest references, wages £ 20; also Experienced and Plain Cooks Housemaid Waitresses, Laundrymaids' Kitchenmaids, good Cook-Generals, liberal wages; all kind of Hotel Servants; Housemaids 1 and Generals for Rhyl, Llandudno, and the Coast; also two Working Housekeepers for Farmhouses, able to take charge of small dairy, age about 35 years; Young Generals for l farmhouses, and a Youth about 16, with good character, to deliver milk daily. ESTABLISHED 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. I WANTED, Good Cooks for Holywell, W Abergele, St. Asapb, and Colwyn Bay wages, £18 to £25; Experienced Parlourmaids and Housemaid-Waitresses, £15 to £18; third 5 Housemaid for Cheshire; between Girl for Colwyn Bay; two young Cootts and Scullery Maid in Denbigh for May good Laundry Maid for Rhyl; Nurse-Attendant for Lady in Rhyl; good Generals for Denbigh, Chester, and Llan. gollen; Hotel and Farmhouse Servants. J MRS. PIPER, Servants' Registry, Denbigh. WANTED, Experienced and rlain Cooks 'V Parlourmaids, House Parlourmaids Housemaids, Cook Generals, Kitchenmaids bcullerymaids, also a Between-maid for Asaph Good Generals and yoC Gkl, for iight situations. Disengaged, an e^perieiced middle aged person as Nurse or Attendant to lady or gentleman, or any place of trust. 313my30 To Contractors and Builders. invited for the erection ci THREE HOUSES in the Village of Lilandyrnog for Edwin Davies, Esq., Chester. Plans and specifications can be inspected on application to J. D. Lewis, Surreyer, Denbigh, lenders are to be sent not later than mu 1 °* ^Une> And endorsed Llandyrnog." The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted* SM15 Sale by Mr. Q. F. Byford. [ DENBIG ESRIRE. Vale of Ciwyd. a PARISH OF LLANYNYS, about 3 miles from the Town of Ruthin. SALE OF 2. DESIRABLE j « FREEHOLD UPLAND FARMS. Lot I.-Known as "WERK" (otherwise WERN bLLED,, containing 50a. 2r. lOp. o 1 useful Arable and Pasture Land, with good Farmhouse and Outbuildings, all in an ex- cellent state of repair- Lot 2- — TYDDYN" containing 46a. 2r. 24p. of Pasture, Furze and Woodland. To Be Sold By Auction, by GEORf-E F.. BYFuRD at the CASTLE HOTEL, RUTHIN, on MONDAY the 8th day of JULY, 1901, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, subject to Conditions of Sale to be then produced. These Properties are situate within a short distance of the picturesque Hamlet of Bont- uchel, and about three miles from the market town of ltuthin, and are occupied by desirable Tenants at moderate rents. The Property i well supplied with Water; affords good sport in the way of Game, it being surrounded by the Estates of Preserving Owners. The Property is bounded and intersected by good Parish Roads. There is also a quantity of valuable growing Timber upon the land which will be included in the Sale. For further particulars applv to the Auctioneer, Ruthin; Messrs. Hall Pratt, and Pritchard, Solicitors, Bilston Mr J. D. WasselL Solicitor, Bilston; Messra. Sharpe and Darbey, Solicitors, West Brcmwich; Messrs. Woodcock, Ryland and Co., Solicitors, 15, Bloomsberry Square, London, AV.C.; or to Messrs. Murr and Rusby, Solicitors, €3 Lincolns Inn Fields, London, W.C. Auctioneer's Office-St. Peter's Square, Ruthin. 605jyS. Vale of Clwyd Auction Mart, Ruthin, close to tho Rtiilway Station. The SECOND FORTNIGHTLY SALE for 1901, will take place on j MONDAY, JUXE 17th, 1901, and will include a GRAND Lot of Fat Sheep and Lambs of various classos, also a few Fat Cattle and Calves. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock. The Special Fortnightly Sales are held on the THIRD MONDAY in each month. Stock consigned overnight will be provided with good accommodation, met at the Station (if ent by rail) and receive every attention- free of charge. G. F. BYFORD, Auctioneer. Offices-12, St Peter's Square, Ruthin. 606i 15 CERHIGYDRUIDION Chair Eisteddfod. THURSDAY NEXT, JUNE 20th, 1901. PRESIDENTS T PROFESSOR O. M. EDWARDS, Oxford; O. ISGOED JONES, ESQ., Llanrwst (Chairman of Denbighshire County Ceuncil); COL. C. S. MAIN WARING, bwlchybeudy. MUSICAL ADJUDICATOR D. JENKINS, ESQ., Mus. Bac. CONDUCTOR LLIFON. Over 300 Competitors in the different subjects. Grand Evening Concert. ARTISTES Miss MAGGIE DAVIES, MR. THOMAS THOMAS. Pennillion Singing by Mr. W. O. JOXES, Blaenau Ffestiniog. Harpist—Mr. D. FitAxcis, Blaenau Ffestiniog. Programmes for the day, per post, 2Jd., from Messrs. Wm. D. Jones and David J. Hugbes, Secretaries. Conveyances will leave Denbigh from Mr Williams, Crown Stables, and Mr. D. Jones' Berllan. Ruthin, from the Castle Hotel. 598j15 TELEGRAPHIC ADDRESS • QUEEN'S, C.T.C. CERRIGYDRUIDION. "THE "QUEEN'S" tYe Olde House at Home). Braakfasts, Dinners, and Teas provided on Day of Eisteddfod (20th JUNE;, at Reasonable Prices. Special Terms for Choirs and Parties. Accommodation for Cyclists. 608j 15 Re ANNE JONES, 27, Rhos Street, Rutnin, Spinster, deceased. ALL Persons having any claims against the Estate of the above (who died on the ilOth day of April last), are hereby required to send written particulars thereof to me, the undersigned (unless they have already dene so) within fourteen days from this date. Dated this 13th day of June, 1901. A. LLOYD JONES, Ruthin, 59jjl5 Solicitor for the Administrator. ROBERT ROBERTS, Deceased- ALL Persons having any claims or demands against the Estate of MR. ROBERT ROBERTS, late of Rhosfraith, Cerrig-y- druidion, Retired Farmer, deceased, who died on the 23rd day of May last at Rhosfraith aforesaid, are requested forthwith to send particulars of their claims and demands to me ] the undersigned. Dated this 12th day of June, 1901. ANEURIN 0. EVANS, 597j15 ^Solicitor for the^xecitoi:. Sarah Anne Hughes deceased^ Persons having any claims against the Tt, w i ° SARAH ANNE HUGHES, 1 j Parade, Rhyl, Spinster, deceased, who died on the 16th day of May, 1901, are hereby requested to send particulars thereof to the undersigned. PARRY JONES & FRANCIS, C Denbigh. Solicitors for the Executors. 580j15 ——— 5 Denbighshire Intermediate Ecucation Scheme, No. 11. DENBIGH COUNTY SCHOOL. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I Accounts of this Schoolfpr the year ended the 31st day of March lar6 open (or public inspeotion at my Gjjees, Swan Chambers, Denbigh, on any week day except Saturday, between the hours of 10 in the forenoon and 4 in the afternoon, and copies thereof or extraots therefrom can be made by 1 all persons applying for the purpose. 'j A. FOULKES ROBERTS, J a Clerk to the Governors, Swan Chambera, Doabigh. 599jl5 c f CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. °L" Wftnt*d- For Sale," and «•> at™0, tjsr.tx orderBoan be woids,.once 6d., three Mme* ^wo!?s• » 9d-> 3-i wordB, 40 words, „ la. 3d. *2«. 6d. Thi» k°«i' 3d"lor tvsr? a.iaitiona.1 o words This bcalo only applies to PREPAID advertisements Situations Vacant. DB,E S O-JI A KIN G.—W anted Apprentices and Improvers, also Skirt aud Tiodics Hands. Apply to W. Thomas, Draper, p.1.1thin. 5Sj2- U/ ANTED respectable will ug GIRLV ag6 V V about 14 or 15 as mother's help- Apply, K.J. £ ree Frets Office, Denbigh. Ty ANTED, Smart YOUTH as Apprentice. Apply, t»medley Jones & Co., Outfitter, Vale Street, Denbigh. #j22 IJOK GENERAL required, three in J family; Nurse kept. Wages, £ 18. V.W. tree tress Office, Denbigh. 607ac 0 TAIL-ORS.-A good COAT MAKES JL Wanted. Constant employment1, to It sober, steady man. Rutter, Denbigh. 60U! VV ANTE D, COOK, also PARLOURMAl iu country house near Ruthiu. App^' stating age, wages, and qua ifications, '^1-R- *'ree Frets Office, Denbigh. *_j'29 by the 12th July, a 9301 PLAIN COOK. Apply, Bryn DyfiryU" Trefnant, R.S.O. 6Qljl5 DE WfiiaHASYLUM. WANTED, a DAIRYMAID. Wages commence at £ 14 pet annum,, Board, Lodging, Washing, and Uniforms an annual rise of £ 1 up to L20. Also a. HOUSEMAID, on the same above. No beer allowance is made, and no pe.ra.5Í61SJ will be given. Candidates arc not allo,.Nad to canvass the Visitors. Forms of application will be supplied Ciiudirlates, and must be returned to m,s> 0 later than Saturday, the 29th day of ]110e inst. J (Signed), WM. BARKER, !lerk to the VisitorS. j 10th June, 1901. 595j 15 Denbigh School Board. WANTED, early in August, (V ASSISTANT MASTER at Love LSOO Boys' Board School. Not necessarily certf*' cated. Salary according to scale. t Applications on or before the 25til instft" stating age, previous engagements, with tilres recent testimonials, to é. R. HUMPHREYS ROBEBrr School Board Offices* Denbigh, 10th June, 1901. 596j32 To be Let. I O LET, ROSSA FAWR, near Denbig^ JL Country residence. Three Entertaioi,J" Rooms, Six Bedrooms, usual Offices, Stabli0^' Paddock, ana Gardeu.—Applv. Lurfll^' Ruthin. 311aC> I O BE LET, HOUSE containing 2 Sitt^ JL Rooms, Kitchen, Back-kitchen Pan^ 5 Bedrooms, Bath, and W.C., together Wl Stable, Coach-house, and Cow-fcoase. ItJlt mediate possession can be had. For furtb t particulars, apply to the Office of Mr. R. Williams, County Surveyor, Park St&eh Denbigh. 513uc^ ST. JASAPH. TlO BE LET, on the 1st of July, No- "BRYN GOBA1,TH," St. Asaph, taining two entertaining rooms, four bedzo^^f bath (hot and cold), and usual offices. ApP Mr. Samuel Powell, St. Asaph. 'MO LET, '• GLODDAETH YILLX' °l JL the Rhyl Road, 5 bedrooms, pari0"' JL the Rhyl Road, 5 bedrooms, rlO 6 and kitchen, back kitchen, with small r^°^J washing boiler for same. Water Supp7| Rent, £ 12 Os. Od. per year. 10 minutes trom Siation. Immediate possession Apr, to John Simon Roberts, Builder and Contract0'1 Denbigh. 57S For PLANTS PLANTS PLA-;l'Siidd¡nan Cucumber, Tomato, and Marrow I:) plo 0, lalms and Ferns. The Choicest Flowe Bouquets, Wreathes, etc made up quickly* Address, W. T. Brocklehurst, London BoLl Ruthin. a TO BE SOLD ENGLEFIELD COTTA^ BHYL. Freehold. Charming oo&V*L Bungalow Residence, in large garden. 'J<] to trancas frcm Russell R-ad and Bath Str^. The whole containing 1971 yards of land 0 thereabouts. Apply to Mrs. Richard^' ^_Angharad," Bath Street, Rhyl. CYCLES CYCLES 1—Immence Barlsio Iree Illustrated List containing New and Second-Hand Machines from 30s T £ 5. Marvellous Bargains in 1901 )Iacllill Five Hundred New Maohines, 1901 make, frole £ 2 17s 6d. Single Machine at Whol^ Prices. Accessories of every deseriptioO half usual price. Large list free, any add*?"^ Agents wanted. Trade supplied. — W A RRlI^ & CO., Cycle Manufacturers, Waiton-s^P? Mare. 200 ed. TjlOR SALETCOLLIE PL'PS. Prize brec!lt X. Apply, Mr. William Evans, Allt Off St. Asaph. —- —— — —- > ON SALE, one Samuelson & Co. s AT^g. MOWER. One Clayton and Sh^1$ worth's 8-Horse Power Portable ENGIN^! excellent condition. Apply, Foundry, Denbl 570^ jØ' HAY.—For sale Five Acre7gocd Grass, Offers to the Rev. E W. Po^f 5*- Asaph. ^^LE7~by~phVate treaty, y io ^^LE7~by~phVate treaty, 1RAP, recently renovated, and j excellent order. On view next Tuesday Wednesday opposite Messrs. E. P. J011 sstablishment, Denbigh. Apply to Th0&* Hughes, Coachbuilder, Denbigh, or ^a Robinson, Tywysog Farm, Henllan. Miscellaneous. U TDLICK" TYPE-WRITER For J—' 2s. 6d. per week. Apply, Wr. Fr.\ Henllan Place, Denbigh. BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES, Edward M. Jonesf "Eclipse" Boakbiaain^ W<t PORTLAND PLACE, DENBl^ Maps and Plans carefully mounted t6I Casing of Magazines, &c., in Pubiishers, C"V,o All missing parts supplied. 1054«> You needn't 1 BOTHA ABOUT DE I if you waterproof your boots with Dale s gold medal Dubbin. It also s*Vel and preserves the leather. Allows P9} }. ing. 22 highest awards at Exhihi4^ Sold in Id, 2d., & 6d tin" by III makers, Lefltherlellers, Oilmen* T Manufactory Dulwich, S.K. THE FAIB.—Tho usual monthly FAIR 1^' place at the Denbigh Smithfield on f, There was a fairly large attendance of Beef was rather scarce, and shoop did no4 ci0t* □p to expectations. There wero very foW s&ttle and milkers. There was also but a [ew oalne fair OIJ4.