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Messrs. Clough & Co. LAI.'D AG-E N'To, S (J R V E Y 0 R 59 A neT ION E E B 8. 4Sk XS.la.yl* Will conduct the following Sales:— PLAS BELLA FARM, Close to the Village of Llanfairtalhaiarn. MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO. are favoured with instructions from the Executors ot the late Mr. Elias Jones, to Sell by Public Auction, on the pre- mises as above, on MONDAY, January 23rd, 1899:- HORSES.—Powerful Grey Cart Mare, about 16 hands, 3 years old, used to all farm work. 1 CWt Welding, about 16 hands, aged, and a grand worker. 3 Entire Cob, 3 years old. by Marengo, about 13.J, hands, 1 ditto do. 2 Mare Ponies (unbroken), in foal. 1 Filly Foal, by a Horse the property of Mr. Jones, Tyddyn y berth. CATTLE.—2 Calving Cows, due to calve in Febru- ary 2 Heifers, 1 year old. PIGS.-3 Young Sows; 3 Store Pigs (about five inonths old. IMPLEMENTS OF HUSBANDRY. 2 Farm Carts with boards and thrippers, Market Trap (nearly llew), Scufiler, Drag, 3 Sets of Harrows, 1 Chain ditto, Land Roller, 3 Ploughs, 2 Chaff Cutters, 2 l'ulpers, American Bake, Churning Power (new), Quantity of Husbandry Timber, Wire Netting, Horse bearing, 2 Sets of Pony Harness, ko. The whole of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Three Months Credit for sums of £ 10 and upwards Upon approved security, or 3d. in the £ discount. Luncheon at 11 30. Sale at 12 prompt. Land Agency and Auctioneers Offices, Vale Street, Denbigh. Welsh Intermediate Education Act, 1889 RUTHIN COUNTY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. SCHOLARSHIPS to be awarded in 1899 SCHOLARSHIPS from Elementary Schools. l).-Open Scholarships—3 for Girls under 13 years. £18. ^2).—Sub District Scholarships-4 for Girlt under 14 years, as below:- Sub-District No. 1, comprising Ruthin School Board District. Population, 3,987. 96. Sub-District No. 2. Llanarmon. Llanferres, Llacdegla. Bryneglwys. Population. 3,075. 96. Sub-District No. 3.-Llanelidan, Llanfair, Llan- bedr, Llangynhsfal, and Llanychan. Popula tion. 2.768. £6. Sub-Diitrict No. 4.-Derwen, Clocaenog, Efen- echtyd, GrvfFylliog. and Llanynys. Population, 2,309 £6.. Scholarships will not be awarded unless sufficient merit is shewn. The Scholarships are tenable for one year, but may be renewed upon the holder shewing sufficient merit. A special Examination for the above scholarships will be held in March. Further particulars will be again given. Applications by candidates with declaration, &c., should be made to me in writing fourteen days be- fore the daw of examination. For Syllabus and further particulars apply to ED. ROBERTS, Solicitor, Ruthin, Clerk to the Governors. 3rd January, 1899. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. PETTY SESSIONAL DIVISION OF RUTHIN. APPOINTMENT OF JUSTICES' CLERK. rllHE Justices of the above Division, which com- J. prises 16 Parishes, hereby invite applications for t appointment of a Clerk, which appointment will be made on the 19th day of February next, and will operate as and from the 19th day of March, 1899. The salary will be fixed by the Standing Joint Committee for the County in accordance with the re quirements of the Acts of Parliament in that behalf. The salary paid to the late Clerk was at the rate of £ 165 per annum. A knowledge of the Welsh Language is desirable and the Clerk appointed must have an office in Ruthin and reside in Ruthin, or the immediate neighbour- hood. Canvassing of the Electors will be a disqualiifcation. 20 copies of the application accompanied by 20 copies of 3 recent testimonials are to be sent to me, the undersigned not later than the 6th day of February next endorsed, "Clerk to the Justices." Dated this 10th day of January 1899, J. ROBERTS, Acting Clerk. 5, Castle Street, Ruthin. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. The Denbigh Philharmonic Society Will give a Performance of Mendelssohn's 'ELIJAH,' ON TUESDAY Evening, Feb. 7th, 1899, At the DRILL HALL, DENBIGH. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. 3AILWAY INN, DENBIGH. NOTICE is hereby given that on and after MON- J31 DAY NEXT, the 16th instant, facilities for the WEIGHING of PIGS, and other Marketable Pro- duce, will be given at the above place, the Propri- etor having bought a New Machine and Weights for the purpose. Good Accommodation offered to Farmers and others. 9th January, 1899. The ASSOCIATED BOARD OF THE Royal Academy of Music, and Royal College of Music, FOR LOCAL EXAMINATIONS IN WALES. -PRESIDENT -H.R. H. THE PRINCE OF WALES, K.G DENBIGH CENTRE. The Board is happy to announce that Mr. ARTHUR FOULKES-ROBERTS, 40, Vale Street, Denbigh, has kindly consented to accept the appointment of Honorary Local Representative to the Board, and H.R.H. the President, has been graciously pleased to approve of such appointment. All necessary information as to the Examination for 1899 can be obtained from Mr. A. FOULKES- ROBSBTS, as above, or from the Central Office, 32, Madox Street, London, W. Syllabus A. and B. for 1899 are now reajy/and on application to Mr. A. FOTJLKSS-ROBERTS, or to the Oentral Office, copies will be sent post free. SAML. AITKEN, January, 1899. Hon. Secretary, ANTED a BLACKSMITH, able to do Shoeing and ordinary country work.-—Apply, 9807 at this office THE OLD ESTABLISHED -ww Meat Emporium, PEN-Y-BRYN, DENBIGH. ROBERT EIDLDIS (Son of the late Mr. ROBERT ELLIS), Bega to announce that he has succeeded to the Business lately carried on by Mr. SAMUEL ROBERTS, and previously by the late Mr. ROBERT ELLIS, and that he has OPENED, at the above well-known address, where, by strict personal attention to business, judicious selection of Stock, and moderate prices, he hopes to de. serve the patronage so Jiberaily given in the past to his predecessors. FRESH MEAT DAILY. GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. Orders by post carefully and promptly attended to. NOTE THE ADDRESS— PEN-Y-BRYN, DENBIGH. THE 7TH ANNUAL URAND MILITARY BALL Of the C. Troop Denbighshire Hussars, AND THE G. CD, 1st V. B. R. W. Fusiliers, Will take place under distinguished Patronage ip. the ASSEMBLY RUOMS, RUTHIN, On PRIDA Y, FEBR UAR Y 10th, 1899. Lady Patrone&s-MHS. E. J. SWAYNE. President—MAJOR G. BLEZARD. Dancing to commence at 9 o'clock prompt. Haselden's Band will be in attendance. Further particulars will be published next week. Sergt.-Major CHAS. D. PHILLIPS, ) Joint Hon.* Cyclist, W. HOOSEN OWEN, f Sees. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. The Oldest Established Auction and Estate Business in Rhyl. MR. WILLIAM HALL, successor to the late Mr. T. C. AMOS, begs to state that in consequence of the continued INCREASE OF BUSINESS, he has removed to larger premises in the TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. SA-LES BY AUCTION In any part of the country. Estates managed, and Rents Collected. Valuations and Insurances. W. HALL. Auctioneer & Estate Agent, TOWN HALL CH!\MBERS, RHYL, Also, at Prestatyn, and Seaforth, Liverpool. S. T. MILLER'S Coffee and Cocoa Jugs, Breakfast, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Services, In Decorated English Pottery. English Cut Table and Fancy Glass. Best Domestic EARTHENWARE and CHINA. All Goods marked in Plain Figures. Garden Pots-a Speciality. Delivered free in purchasers' Gardens. Largest Stock in the Vale of Clwyd to select from. CROWN SQUARE, DENBIGH. 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. 0 INSTRUMENTS LET ONHIRE. Violins, Mandolines, Banjos, Melodeons, Auto Marps, Musical Boxes, &c., In great variety. a i'INGS & REPAIRS by Experienced Man (Late ith Broadwor& Son). TP THE OLD ESTABLISHED Kings Arms Hotel, Denbigh, (TJnder New Management). Proprietress—Mrs. A. E. BRADSHAW. Every comfort'for Travellers and Visitors. An ORDINARY every Market Sr. Fair Day, from 12 to 2 o'clock. Good Stabling. Lock-up Coach Houses acd Loose Boxes. PAROEL ROOM. TERMS-MODERATE. LOST, TO WELSH SHEEP, marked ML J.' on J-O left side, and red mark on hack. Reward given to anyone giving information to HUGH JONES, Trecastell, Dyserth, uibitr lthyl BENSONEVANS OO FOR CATTLE & PIGS, All Farmers who keep Stock for Fattening ought to use this Food regularly, so as to more than double their Profits, by avoiding loss, and maturing their Animals much ear- lier. It is an agreeable Spiced Condi- ment, Nutritious and Fattening, Purifies the Blood, and Improves the Health of all Animals by its use. By the use of the above Food, ATIAPCO in a few weeks J.H.UX will be greatly improved in condition will eat well, and have a bright and glossy coat. gives increased VV quantity of Milk, and of better quality. A Rnlln< Ir *s fattened A r>llilOL:K in half the usual time, and the Meat is much superior in quality. Calves thrive rapidly. Q 1| The improvement in k lAC' tLyjJ a few weeks is aston- ishing. o T)-j q»q lay flesh on rapidly, and 1 o the quality of the Bacon is unsurpassed. For Poultry, Pheasants, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys, and Rabbits, it is invaluable. Sold in Bags- One Cwt, 22s., Half Cwt. 12s., Quarter Cwt., 6s. 14 lbs. 3s., and in 6d. and Is. packets. Sample free on application. MANUFACTURED BY T. BENSON EVANS, Chemist and Druggist, 32, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. ROBERT E. HUGHES, AUCTIONEER, Surveyor, Valuer. Land and Estate Agent. OFFICES— 10 Abbey Street, Rhyl; Stafford Buildings, Prestatyn. Alliance Assurance Company ESTABLISHED 1824. OAPITAL-FIVE MILLIONO, FUNDS-FOUR MILLIONS. THe Right Hon. Lord ROTHSGHILJ > CHAIRMAN. ROBERT LEWIS. Chief Secretary, Chief Office-BARTHOT OMEW 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 ree Prompt Settlement of Losses. BRANCHES At—among other plaoeh LIVERPOOL-30, Exchange Street East 0. MORGAN OWEN, Secretary. WREXHAM 28, High Street: JOHN FKANOIS, Secretary Prospectuses, &o., may be obtained from any of the Company's Branches or Asrents HOUSE TO LET. CONTAINING five bedrooms and large Sitting Boom, at Townsend, Denbigh; 3 minutes' walk from the Station. Apply for further particulars to Mrs. Hughes. Confectioner, Vale Street, Denbigh GREENHALGH & GEARY, (FRANCIS GEARY, A.A.I.) Auctioneers, Valuers & Accountants MARKET STREET, RHYL. Valuans for Probate. Mortgages arranged. V FREE ADVERTISING. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR TO BE LET.— Property-owners and others desirous of dispos- ing of Projjferty, Businesses, &c., by private treaty are send full particulars to the undermen- tioned for ifpertion (free of charge) in the NORTH WALES REE PROPERTY REGISTAR," pub- lished hiouthly, having an extensive circulation, and being the only free advertising medium of its kind In the district. Intending purchasers and tenants should send for a copy of the Register, which will be forwar- ded, post free, on application to the Proprietors and Publishers: 'Messrs. Greenhalgh and Geary, Auction- eers, Value., and Estate Agents, Rhyl. Wi H. EVANS, Grocery & Provision Dealer, Of Chirk Stores, DENBIGH, THE CELEBRATED Tea Establishment Prices to suit everbody, from Is. 4d. to 28. per lb. Also, Sole Agent in Denbigh f or the ANCHOR TEAS. The Finest Groceries and Provisions obtainable at reasonable prices. FLOUR, CORN, MEALS. &c, at their lowest Market Value. CHRISTMAS FRUIT in great variety ORDERS BY POST CAREFULLY ATTENDED. TO. Goods delivered by own Vans within a radius of Six Miles. TheJChirk Stores, Denbigh. mtablished over Thirbv Years. Parry Williams & Son, 44, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH, .intimate that they have secured A Specially Selected Stock OF NEW FRUIT, INCLUD?NG Currants (Voztizza and Provincial), at 2d. & 3d. per lb. Raisins (Valencias and Sultanas), 3d., 4d., & 6d per lb. Lew, on Peel 3-Ld per lb 2 Choice Mixed Peel, 6d. per box, &c. 39, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GENT'S UNDERCLOTHING. JUST RECEIVED. Socks, Vests, and Drawers. Alio, Splendid variety of Hats, Caps, Shirts, Collars, &c. THE SHOP FOR GENTLEMEN. R. GRIFFITH JONES WANTED, a well educated Youth as an Appren- tice—comfortable home. — Apply, T. FKYKR EVANS, Chemist, Flint. FOREIGN STAMPS .Wanted to Buy—Old Col- lection of Stamps—English or Foreign, used or unused, no matter condition of Album.- WILLIAM HALL, Auctioneer, Rhyl. WANTED, Old China, Curios, Oil Paintings, Water Colour Sketches, Antique Furniture, and Works of Art, for Mr. William Hall, forthcom- ing Auction Sale of Curios and Works of Art.-Ap- ply at the Auction and Estate Offices, Bodfor Street, Rhyl. A MARVELLOUS GUINEA PARCEL ¡'1J ,J-, I-z t I V,,r E I (1 i T Containing: 1 Pair White Witney Blankets. 7 lbs. weight, It long by If wide. 1 White Under Blanket, whipped both ends, 21 long by If wide. 1 Handsome Mosaic design Quilt, fast colours, 3 long by It wide. Pair Heavy Twill Sheets, by 2, and 2 Cotton Pillow Oases, Full Size, Buttoned Ends. BUTKRIOB QUJMRT AND ftNIBl1 Eatab. over Sent Carriage Paid on rteeifS 100 Tears. of P&.0. BR.;m..S, ;.STAFFORe.. CHAMPAGNE GINGER ALE. 'The Blue Ribbon of Aerated Waters.' MANUFACTURED BY I I JAMES HUGHES, Kirkdale Works, Liverpool. A HIGH CLASS BEVERAGE made from the very finest and purest ingredients. ASK FOR IT EVERYWHERE. None Genuine without my label. 'QUALITY' is our leading feature. PERFECTION' our Motto. Our CHAMPAGNE GINGER ALE is noted for Excellence of Quality. PURITY in Manufacture, ACME in Blending, PERFECTION on all points. All Householders Should always Buy Messrs. WM. EVANS & SON, Cloths, Flannels, Serges, .Blankets, Quilts,&C. Which Customers will always find to be Superior to all others. We Defy Comuetition. Samples can be seen anytime. Testimonials from all parts of the World. W. EVANS AND SON, Estab. Pandy Woollen Mills, 1780. CAERWYS. «. n MISS CROMAR (LATH WILLIAMS), 13, Portland Place, Denbigh Boot & Shoe Warehouse, MISS CROMAR having assisted the late Miss WILLIAMS for years in the Boot and Shoe trade, has now succeeded to the Business, and hopes, by STRICT ATTEliTION, REAL VALUE and LOW PRICES, to retain the Customers and to give them every satisfaction. INSPECTION INVITED. TTYR AT,' A3" GLOVER'S NEW PA-1 H/U/IIJ TENT SAW GUARD was no B q A W known by H. M. Inspectors VV when supplying Lists of Makr /"N TT A T> "Tv Names to Users — Patent nt (jr U hen bei ng completed The HOME OFFICE,' London, has now author- ised it to be placed on all future Lists. It is freely admitted to be 'an altogether superior appliance' giving 'conzplcte protection without obstructÙm-ncw Principles. USERS EULOGISE. Instantaneous Perfect Adjustments. Suitable all Classes work. As Rapid Sawing as ever. Gives Highly Finished Appearance to Benches. Admits Work Full Depth of Saw. Possesses VITAL ADVANTAGES possessed by no other, as one moment's inspection or comparison would PROVE. M. GLOVER & CO., Patentees & Sole Makers, LEEDS. Every Acommodation, Comfort, and Excellent Cuisine at THE SROSVENOR, FAMILY and COMMERCIAL Temperance Hotel (Facing the Station BODFOR STREET, RHYL. THE HOUSE FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS. Good Is. Dinner in the Dining Room on Ground Floor. Dinners and Teas in the Coffee & Private Rooms on First Floor. Chops & Steaks from the Grill. Passengers changing Trains at Rhyl can have a snack' or bowl of Soup at the GROSVENOR. Prompt Service and Moderate Charges, BEDS (including Attendance), from Is. 6d. Stockrooms, &c. for Commercial Gentlemen. Before applying elsewhere write to CHARLES SNOWDEN, Refreshment Caterer. RHYL. VALE OF CLWYD. I ROYAL OAK?^^)ir I ,r,r- of. r Proprietor—THO (Late of H Comfortable Accomm V DINNERS frc TEAS at any hot Lessee of Posting Stat bou All Advertisements and if forwarded to th GOOD AND EXa TBBMS- CONNAH & CO., Have a name for supplying only Sound Reliable Goods. Call and Inspect our Stock. Every Machine of whicb WE GUARANTEE. Druid Gents, National Tyres 6 10 D0 Druid Ladys, National Tyres 6 17 6 Druid Ladys, Clincher Tyres 7 17 6 Druid 6ents, Clincher Tyres 7 10 0 Royal Welsh, Warwick Tyres, from 10 10 0 Swifts, from 10 18 0 Humber's, from 10 10 0 Rudge's, from 12 10 0 Premier's, from 12 10 0 We sell none but The BEST, and HIGHEST VALUE, and are always on the spot to attend to your Repairs. ARTISTIC AND SCIENTIFIC PHOTOGRAPHY. X RAYS. MR. JOHN WILLIAMS begs to inform the pub?,lc of the Vale of Clwyd and North Walea gener- ally that he has obtained the LATEST and most im- proved Electrical apparatus, and is prepared to Cryptoscope or Radiograph any part of the human body through the clothing. Terms on Application. ESTABLISHED 1885. JOHN WILLIAMS, PORTLAND STUDIO, IIEIIGII STREET, RHYL, Each sitter personally attended to by J. W. Please note the Address:—PORTLAND STUDIO, 8, High Street, RHYL THE NORTH WALES ASPHAITE PAYING 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 had on application to HUGH ROBERTS, Fern Bank, Rhyl. CEETH. -Artificial Teeth. MR. SARSON, 2, CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL. Mr. SARSON having had upwards o 15 years' ex. perience of the manufacture of Artificial Teeth, guarantees that no Fees will be accepted unless entire satisfaction is given. ARTIFICIAL TEETH mounted ir GOLD, SILVER, or VULCANITE, at the lowest possible fee, consistent with good mater- ial and workmanship. £ 4 48. frets. Five year's Warranty. ATTENDANCE DAILY. FROM 9 to 8. EVAN THOM AS, RADCLIFFE & CO CARDIFF.. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. January 12, 1898. Orwenllian Thomas, left Huelva for Mersey. J. 4 1 Iolo Morganwg, left Huelva for Mersey J) Anne Thomas,' arr. Garston from Huelva ° I Wynnstay,' passed Gibraltar for Marseilles. 7 Walter Thomas,' left Baltimore for Cork 4 Ba.la,' left Baltimore for Cork 7 W. I. Radcliffe,' I eft Brake for Barry 7 Sarah Radcliffe,' left Barry for Malta ii Mary Thomas,' arr. Newport from Rotterdam, 6 Jane Radcliffe,' pas. Gibraltar for Hull 5 Douglas Hill,' left King's Lynn for Penarth Ps. 10 'Llanberis,' pass Pera. for Rotterdam g Manchester,' arr. Rotterdam from Odessa S Peterston,' arr. Rotterdam from Novorossisk < Anthony Radgliffe, I left Rotterdam for Barry 19 Ethel Radcliffe,' left Newport for Naples < Dunraven.'arr. Ntw Orleans from Barry 'Windsor,' left Barry for New Orient f Llandudno,' arr. Cardiff from T- Padding ton,' left QnetW. 'Euston,' left B' Wimbor 0 ————- > y