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Auction Sales by Mr. T. 0. Amos. -+- PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMKNTS. 22, Water Street, Rhyl, About Middle of 31, Water Street, Rhyl. Early in APRIL. 7, Brighton Terrace, Rhyl. Second Week in April. u- TO BE LET cr SOLD No. 12, 16, 18 & 20, BEECHWOOD ROAD, HHYL. IXTEWLY completed, with every convenience; 3 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, good Kitchens P*atry, Gardens, &c.; Gas and Electric Bells in each Room. Hot Water in Scullery and Bath Room. Apply to W. J. SIMCOCK, Architect and Surveyor, <> River Street, Rhyl. TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are innited for Repairing and Pointing 1. Wall at the Denbigh Castle. Specification may be seen on application to the Castle Keeper. y Tender to be sent in not later than the 3rd April next, to » B. BRYAN, Secretary to Castle Committee. Denbigh, 25th March, 1897. TO BE SOlJD BY PRIVATE TSBaTY, "FREEHOLD COTTAGES, well tenanted, in good J- repair, and with good Gardens attached, situate at Bodfari. Apply to Mr. ANEURiN O. EVANS, Solicitor, Den- bigh. SILVER CUP for a SONG. Under the distinguished Patronage of His Worship the Mayor (W. MELLARD, Esq.). A Novel Musi-al Competition WILL BE HELD AT THE DRILL HALL, DENBIGH, On FRIDAY Evening, April 23rd, 1897 WHI £ N A GRAND SILVER CUP Will be awarded For the best rendering of any Song (Comic Songs excepted), The Winner will be the one who will receive the greatest number of Votes from Front Seats Ticket Holders, to whom Voting Papers will be given. A Diamond Jubilee Medal Will be presented by the MAYORESS (Mrs. MELLABD), to every Competitor. Other Attractions will be provided. Proceeds in Aid of the Salem (W.) Chapel Building Fund. Entries to be made on or before April 14th, to the Secretary, JOSEPH ROBERTS, Colomendy Villas, Denbigh, who will also supply all further particulars. Admission: Front Seats., 2a.; Second do., Is.; Third do., 6d. Doors open at 7 p. in., to commence at 7 30. BETHANIA CHAPEL LLANFWROG, RUTHIN. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A GRAND CONCERT Will be held at the ASSEMBLY ROOM, On THURSDAY, MAY 0th, 1897. MANURES FOR 1891. Superphosphates, Bone Manure, Basic Slag, Extremely Low Prices. Only Manures of Guaranteed Analyses sold. FARM SEEDS. An excellent Stock of Seeds, selected most carefully. Samples to be seen at Denbigh & Llanrwst Markets. See them. and ascertain their prices, before buying elsewhere, and it will be to your advantage. For further particulars, apply to EVAN ROBERTS, Plas Isaf, Llansannan. E. H. PARRX High Street, PRESTATYN, Respectfully desires to call the attention of the Public to his well selected Stock of General Furnishing, Building, and Agricultural Ironmonery, Kitchen Ranges, Parlour Grates, and Mantel Pieces, Bedsteads and Bedding. Cutlery and Cuunary Ware, .Agricultural Implements and Garden Requisites, Quns and Sporting Accessories in great variety. Eley's Sporting Ammunition Cartridges filled, &e. Baths, tze., for Sale o- Hire. .N.B.-Agents for leading Cycle Manufacturers. [A CARD.] W. J. SIMCOCK, A-rehitect, Surveyor, and Valuer, HAVELOCK HOUSE, RIVER STREET, RHYL. Plans, Specifications, and Bills of Quantities, pre pared for all classes of work. Rgs sUperintend _i TaJ1IatioDs made. dings superintended, mi Tuitions made. SPECIAL NOTICE! Voice Production & Singing. Mr.T.AMOS JONES, R.A.M. BARITONE, Bronze and Siver Medallist. Is open to give Lessons in the above Subjects. Pupils visited at their own homes, if preferred, at Rhyl, Denbigh, Colwyn Bay, &e. Open for Engagements in Oratorio, Ballad. Miscellaneous Concerts. &c. For arrangements, and Press Opinions, apply to GORDON HOUSE, RHYL, or to Mr. W. H. EVANS, Chirk Shop, Denbigh. North Sea, Fish Emporium, 22, Market Hall, Rhyl, AND High Street, Prestatyn. Choice Selection of Fresh & Cured Fish Daily. ENGLISH & FOREIGN FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. Best Brands of Tinned Goods & Sauces. Cream and Cream Cheese from the noted Burton Dairy. POULTRY fe GAME (in Season). T. BOYLE, Proprietor. Agent for J. L. Green's Celebrated London Cured Haddocks. Hotels and Private Families supplied on reasonable terms. Country and Post Orders delivered daily. St. Asaph visited Tuesdays and Fridays. HIGH CLASS TAILORING At POPUL AR PRICES. Norfolk, Shooting, Fishing, Cycling and Golf Suits, In Harris Tweeds, Homespuns, Lovatt, Irish and Inverness Tweeds. Covert Coats, Knicker Breeches, Riding Breeches. Ladies' Tailoring a Specialite. Golf Capes and Fancy Vests In Newest Shades. Latest Styles. AT OSBORNE'S, TAILOR, BODFOR STREET, RHYL. RICE JONES, Watch and Clock Maker, &c., 1, BRIDGE STREET, DENBIGH. WATCHES of all kinds in Gold, Silver, and Pure white Metal Cases, At the very lowest prices.. EVERY WATCH WARRANTED. Should a Watch not give satisfaction after a fair tria. the same will be willingly exchanged. CLOCKS—1, 8. i),Ysd 14 days-at lowest Prices. Warranted. 22 Carat WEDDING RINGS, by weight Nice and useful Presents given with each Ring. WATCHES and CLOCKS Cleaned and thoroughly Repaired, At the lowest prices possible. Troublesome Watches, æc., put to rights. Alliance Assurance Company ESTABLISHED 1824. CAPITAL—FIVE MILLIONS. FUNDS—FOUR MILLIONS. The Right Hon. Lord ROTHSCHILD, CHAIRMAN. ROBERT LEWIS, Chief Secretary. Chief Office—BARTHOLOMEW LANE, LONDON. LIFE. Policies Indisputable, and without restrictions. Liberal reinstatement and Nonforfeiture plans. A low and limited expenditure. Large Bonuses Ample Security in Large Accumulations and Capital. FIRE. Insurances completed expeditiously, Moderate Rates. Surveys of Estates and Works free. Prompt Settlement of Losses. BRANCHES At-amcii, other places LIVERPOOL-30, Exchange Street East O. MORGAN OWEN, Secretary. WREXHAM: 28, High Street: JOHN FITANCIS, Secretary. Prospectuses, &c., may be obtained from any of the Company's Branches or Agents WELSH\ GIRLS' SCHOOL, ASHFORD- T^XAMINATIONS will bo held, at conven- AJ ient centres, next July, for Scholarships entitl- ing Girls under 14 rears of age to free Education and Board at As-hford. For full particulars, apply, The Secretary. Welsh School, 127, St. George's Road, Pimlieo, London, S.W. -< MESSRS. BERREE & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Valuers, and Estate Agents, 43, HIGH STREET (Near the Railway Bridge and Alexandra Hotel), RHYL, Conduct Sales by Auction of Live & Dead Farming Stock, Property, and House- hold Furniture. A Complete Register Isypt of Houses and Lard to be Sold and Let. Valuations prepared for Probate, &c. Fire, Life, and PI te Glass Insurances affected. When desired Advances can be made on Effects for absolute sale. -+- THE LONDON & CAMBRIAN Pianoforte & Music Company, ROCHDALE HOUSE, HIGH STREET, RHYL (Opposite the General Post Office). Pianos, American Organs, Har- moniums, By BRINSMEAD, BISHOP, and other leading Makers. Liberal Discount for Cash; or easy terms of pay- ment. INSTRUMENTS LET ON HIRE. Violins, Mandolines, Banjos, Melodeons, Auto Harps, Musical Boxes, &c., In great variety. Music Stools, Stands, Cabinets, Strings, And fittings of all kinds. TUNINGS & REPAIRS by Experienced Man (Late with Broadwood & Son). Largest Stock of Vocal & Instrumental Music in Rhyl. Inspection Invited. PIANISTS and BANDS Supplied for Balls and Evening Parties. GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneers, Valuers & Accountants MARKET STREET, RHYL. Valuations for Probate. Mortgages arranged. A compendious List of Properties, to be Let or Sold, issued monthly. THE NORTH WALES ASPHALTE PAVING COMPANY UNDERTAKE ALL CLASSES OF Granolithic Paving Work. SPECIALITIES. Parapets, Garden Paths, Carriage Drives, and Stable Yards. TERMS—MODERATE. WORK GUARANTEED, Estimates and Specifications may be ad on application to HUGH ROBERTS, Fern Bank, Rhyl. VALE OF CLWYD. ROYAL OAKINN, RUTHIN Proprietor—THOMAS WILLIAMS (Late of Harp, Corwen). Comfortable Accommodation for Travellers and Visitors. DINNERS irom 11 o'clock till 2, TEAS at any hour on Fair Days, &c. Lessee of Posting Stations at Corwen and Neigh- bourhood. All Advertisements and Posters promptly displayed, if forwarded to the Harp Hotel, Corwen. GOOD AND EXTENSIVE STABLNG. TERMS—MODERATE. Graig Ddewart Qurry, NEAR RUTHIN. The Proprietor of the above Quarry begs to inform the Public that there is now to be had a constant supply of Lime, Building & Coping Stones, Window Sills, Gate Posts, Chippings, &c. For Terms, apply to the Foreman of the Quarry. 1- SPUR WHEEL' FOR A CORN MILI: on Sale. IT measures 7 ft. 6 in. in jdiamefcer, and in A excellent condition. It will be sold cheap. A STRONG BOILER ON SALE, Pgood condition, with Fittings, near complete It measures 11 feet 6 in. by 3 feet. Price £ 12 Apply, No, 9512, at this ofSce, I SUPPLEMENTS TO THE NORTH WALES TIMES.' It is our intention to issue, from time to time, as opportunities arise, a Series of Supplements this Journal, GIVING Illustrations of Places, Articles of Interest, Public Personages, AND Current Events. These Supplements will be printed on good paper, and insetted in the Journal. THE STEEL AERMOTOR, WIND TURBIN Is the Cheapest, Strongest, and most effective motive power in Hi the world, taking the three first | 5 awards in three separate classes K | at the World's Fair, Chicago, jj I 1m93. Has recently been in- JcJt troduced to this country by ? Za Mr. W. H. DEMPSTER, |)7| Laugharne, South Wales, J// Ml who is the Company's Sole Re- W v|l presentative in Wales. JjL-jJl in- This plant of modern Machin- J //m ery may be had at a very small r Chaffing and Grinding fly \H Corn. Pulping Turnips, ||/ Nf| Driving Electric fife—/§4 Dynamo MV/zm In connection with a Storage jh Hi Pumping Water to?any > ftftFaK distance, With the latest improved Pumps. Particulars of the Agent, on application. 7' I- n WEMmmr Free from Alcohol. yn I NFS Reputed Quarts, 24s. to 36s, per dozen, Reputed Pints, 14s. to 20s. per dozen. EXCELLENT COMMUNION WINES, As now used by upwards of 5,000 Congregations. Prize List. Testimonials, &c., post free on application Small samples of four varietes, carriage free, on re- ceipt of 2s. 6d., by F. WEIGHT, MUNDY & CO., MERTON ROAD., KENSINGTON COURT, LONDON, W. Principal Agents in Wales and Monmouthshire. Aberdare—C. A. Harries, 12, Cardiff street. Aber- gavenny—M. Biggleston, Grocer. Cross street. Auer- ystwyth—J. Mathias & Co., 11. Bridge street. Aber- elwyn mill-John James, Grocer. Bangor-r. Web- ster, 241, High street. Bala-Mra Evan Williams, New Shop. Barry Dock—T. G Tibbets, Grocer. Hol- ton Road. Blaenau Festiniog—Gratton, Chemist, High street. Bridgend-P.. Roberts & Co., 4, Caroline street. Brynaman-J. Davies, Cloth Hall. Cardiff- Price Jones, 20. Carlisle street; R. Prust, 146 Clifton street; H. G. Davies, 3, Wellington street. Cardigan -E. Ceredig Evans, 11, High street. Carmarthen— W. Lloyd, 12, Lammas street; G. Phillips, Chemist, Hall street. Carnarvon—J. Jones, Chemist, Castle square: Evans & Lake, Grocers. Corris—M, Thom- as, Chemist. Denbigh-W. Price Jones. 17, High s-t. Dowlais—W. D. Thomas, Grocer, High street. Ebbw Vale — Jacob Wilson, Armoury Place. Llaincily- Ellis Evars, Grocer, Gloucester House. Llangefni— Mona Temperance Hotel Co., Market Square. Llan- gollen—J. Rowlands, Grocer; Castle street. Llanrug —J. E. Jones, Chemist, Llanrwst—Owen I. Jones, Apothecaries Ball. Llanwrtyd Wells—T. B. Lewis, Supply Stores. Lletty Hebron—David Davies. Gro- cer. Machynlleth—Hugh Davies, Chemist; Edward Rees, Chemist. Maesteg—David Davies..Liverpool House. Merthyr Tydvil— Rees Thomas & Son, 64, High Street; E. W. Harries, 128, High street. Mold — David Hughes, Chemist, High street. Morriston—M. L. Bevan, Post Office; W, Lewis & Son, Dillwyn House. Newport-H,. Frost, 128, Com- mercial street. Neath- W. Richards:& Sons, 8, Cattle street. Penygraig—D. Rowlands, The Stores, Pontypool —(C. B. Ford, Chemist. Pontypridd—D. Williams. Grocer, Mill street. Pwllheli — J. E. Hughes, Chemist, Penlan street. Pembroke Dock- John Green, Grocer, Meyrick street. Penmachno— R. Thomas. Grocer. Rhyl-T. M. Davies, 20, Boafor street. Rbydlewh-J. Thomas. Swansea-Mrs. J. Edwards, Neath road. Hafod—H. M. Parlby, 99, Mansel street; F. Bonnett, 7, Heatbfield street; S. Arthur & Son, 9. Water street. Tir-phil—T. Llewel- yn, Grocer. Tonypandy—Mrs. Williams, Grocer, Wain House. Tredegar—Coffee Tavern Co., Castle street. Wrexham-E. Allmand. 9. Hope street. Yn- ysbwl—A. Richards, Cambrian House. Ynyshir— Mrs. Evans, Manchester House &e. A7~R!cham)SONS_ W onderfulls Parcel of Music, 20s worth for Is. (by post, Is. 3d.) Chester Model Iron Pianos. BEST VALUE FOR MONEY. 21 GUINEAS CASH, By Instalments, 15s. 2d. par Month. OUR POPULAR IRON PIANOS. 14 Guineas Cash. By Instalments, 10s. 6d. per Month. OUR POPULAR AMERICAN ORGAN, 12 Stops, 2 Knee Swells, Mirror Top, 12 Guineas Cash. By Instalments, 9s. 4d. per month. TUNING and REPAIRING by best Work- men. Singly or by Yearly Contract. The whole of North Wales visited. 43, BRIDGE ST. ROW, CHESTER, AND CENTRAL ARCADE, WREXHAM. 9555 GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY. COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 12, It, 16 & 18, P ISM BROKE PLACE, LIVERPOOL. Furnish for Cash, or on the Hire-Purchase System. NOTE.-OUR HIRE-PURCHASE SYSTEM IS ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FROM ANY OTHER. AND HAS BEEN HIGHLY COMMENDED BY THE WHOLE OF THF LOCAL PRESS THE GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY X the oldest established, and by far the moat exten- sive Furnishers on the Hire-Purchase system in the Provinces, supply every requisite for the complete Furnishing of Cottage, Hotel, or Mansion, consider- ably cheaper than the majority of those Firms who sell for Cash only. This we arc able te do through having a very large capital at command, and being the bona-fide manufacturers of the principle goods we sell. NO SECURITY REQUIRED, NO EXTRA EXPEN- SES ON OUR HIRE-PURCHASE SYSTEM. The fair and equitable manner in which our busi ness is carried on. and our reasonable terms and low prices are so well known throughout the North of England and Wales, as to render further comment unnecessary. General terms, which, however, can be altered to suit the convenience of customers. Payments Week- ly Monthly, or Quarterly:— Amount of Purchase, £ 10. Payment, per week. 3s. 6d £ 20. „ „ 5s. Od Z50. 10s. 03 £ 100. 17s. 6d £ 500. „ 30s. Od An inspection of our stock will at once satisfy in- tending purchasers that we give batter value and offer easier payments than any otner House Furnish- ers on the Hire-purchase system in the Provinces. All Goods are delivered free in our own or private vans, and no expenses of any kind are incurred by customers. Furniture sent to any part of England or Wales. The irarie supplied. SRipping Orders executed witt icepatch. CAUTION.—As some ILrm,:< adoDt various means- su :h copying our Prospectus, &c.—with theevidcnt intention of inducing the public to believe they are connected with us—PLEASE NOTE OUR ADDRESS. OUR NEW PROSPECTUS. LARGE ILLUSTRA- TED CATALOGUE, PRESS. OPINIONS. AND PRICE LIST, SENT POST FRftE ON APPLICATION. Furnish for Cash, or on the Hire-purchase system. Business hours—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays, 9a.m to 6 p.m. Railway Fares allowed to Country Customers. Q.LOBE BURNISHING QOMPANY 12, 14, 16, and 18. PEMBROKE PLACE. LIVEROOL. 9646 THE m OSV ENOR, FAMILY end COMMERCIAL Temperance Hotel, (LATE STAR) BODFOR STREET, RHYL, (Close to the Station). Under entirely New Managemeut. HOME COMFORTS, highly recommended. Sunday TABLE D'HOTE, 2s. Boarding Terms from 5s. 6d. per day. Beds from Is. 6d., including attendance. Commercial, Private, Sitting, Dining, Coffee and Smoke Room. Baths (h. and c.). A GOOD SHILLING DINNER, In General Room, ground floor. Chops and Steaks from the Grille. P.S.—Schools, Choirs, and other Parties specially I catered for. Orders for Post promptly attended to. CHARLES SNOWDEN, I Proprietor.