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Messrs. Pickering dt Nightingale On FRIDAY, January 26th, 1900. Sale of Cow and Calf, 2 Pigs, Straw, Oats, Imple- ments, and Household Furniture, at ALLT FOES, FLINT, One Mile from Flint Railway Station. POKERING & NIGHTINGALE have received instructions from Mr. Maurice Roberts, to Sell by Auction, the FAltMING STOCK. Antique Oak Household Furniture and Effects. Sale to commence at 12.30 o'clock prompt. Full particulars in Catalogues, which may be had on the premises, or from the Auctioneers, Flint and Chester. ENBIG MUSICAL EISTEDDVOD, Easter Monday, April 16, 1900. ADJUDICATOR:—Dr. ROLAND ROGERS. SUBJECTS Music. I. Hail, David, Hail' (Jenkins), for Male Voice Chvirs, of not leis than 30 membuls. Prize, £ 10, and a Silver Cup to the Conductor. S. Mawr a Rhyfedd' (Spohr), for mixed Choirs of aot lees than 30 in number. Prize, £ 5, and a Baton to the Conductor. 3. Quartette (S., A., T., and B.), 'Good -Night' (UTatton), to be sung unaccompanied. Prize, £ 2. 4. Duet (T. & B.) 'Darkness and Light' (Bryceson Treharne). Prize, £ 1 10s. 5. Soprano Solo, Ye Men of Gaza' from 'Samson.' Prize, £ 1. 6. Contralto Solo, 'Speak, I pray thee, gentle Jesus' (Jenkins). Prize, £1. 7. Tenor Solo, I'O! fy hen Gymraeg' (Emlyn Evans) Prize, £1.. 8. Baritone or Bass Solo,'Nazareth' (Gounod). To be sung in the key of D. Prize, £ 1. 9. Cornet Solo with pianoforte accompaniment, Jenny Jones,' with variations (Bound). Prize, £ 1. Recitations. 10. 'The Raven' (E. A. Poe), for competitors over the age of 15. Prize, £ 1. II. 'Damwain mewn Chwarel' (E. Jones, Llan- fairfeekan), for. competitors over 15 years of age. Prize, JEL All the Competitors—with the exception of the Choi ra-must, if required, submit to a preliminary test on the morning of the day of the TSisteddvod. The proper names and addresses of all competitors —including the names of the Choirs-must be in the Secretary's hands on or before April 5th, 1900. The Musie may be sung to either English or Welsh words, where such are provided. The competitive music may be obtained as follows: Nos. 1, 4, 6 and 7, from Mr, D. Jenkins, Aberyst- wyth Nos. 2, 3, 5, 8, and 9, from Mr. J. Bellamy, Vale street, Denbigh; and all further particulars from the Secretary, W. H. PRITCHARD. Belmont, Castle, Denbigh. DRILL HALL, DENBIGH. A GRAND DESCRIPTIVE Musical Evening. WILL BE HELD BY Ti W. H. JUDE, ESQ., LIVERPOOL, UNDER DISTINGUISHED PATRONAGE, ON TUESDAY, January 30th, 1900.: PRESIDENT. HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR. Doors open at 7.30, to commence at 8 p.m. ADMISSION—Reserved Seats, 2s.; Second Seats, Is.; Third Seats, 6d. Seats may be booked, and a Plan of the Room seen at Mr. F. W. ROBERTS, Brittania Buildings, or Mr. W. PRICE JONES, High Street. Proceeds in aid of the English Presbyterian Chapel. -u- NOTICE. DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY. THEANNU AL GENERAL MEETING of the L Governors and Subscribers of the above Charity will be held in the BOARD ROOM of the Institution, on Thursday, the 1st February next, at 12 a.m, when the Annual Report of the Committee will be presen- ted. By Order, W. VAUGHAN JONES, Denbigh, January 17th, 1900. Secretary. DBILL HALL, DENBIGH, on MONDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1900. A LECTURE Will be delivered by MR. W. O. JONES, Aber, ON The (NEW WOMAN)' C Y Ddyues Newydd.') Chairman-His WORSHIP the MAYOR (A. LLOYD JONES, Esq.). Doors open at 7 p.m., to commence at 7.30. TICKETS, ONE SHILLING. 13RITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. THE DENBIGH AUXILIARY. THE ANNUAL MEETING of this Auxiliary will be held at the TOWN HALL, DENBIGH, on -the 8th of FEBRUARY next. Full particulars will appear again. ROBERT E. HUGHES, AUCTIONEER, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Agent. OFFICES- 10 Abbey Street, Rhyl Stafford Buildinssfl. Prestatyn. "%Nr IL w vxr Xm XIO, WANTED, GROOM. — Good steady Man, one used to milking. Preference given to married man, wife to undertake household washing.—Apply, with references, to No. 77, at this office. & FOR SALE BY PRIVATE TREATY, Two con- veniently situated VILLAS and four COT- TAGES in Ruthin. Well tenanted and in thorough repair. A capital investment.—Apply to Mr. HENRY JONES, Studley House, Bedford Street, RliyL TO LET, from the 1st of May next, the Old Salva- tion Army Barracks, in Upper Clwyd Street, Ruthin. 2 Rooms, or one.—Apply to A. O. EVANS, Solicitor, Denbigh. WANTED, well educated Youth as Articled Pupil to Municipal Engineering.—Particulars on ap- plication to Mr. A. A GOODALL, Engineer and Sur- veyor, Public Offices, Rhyl. WANTED, a good General BLACKSMITH, about 35 years of age —Apply to LEIGH HOWELL, Foundry, Bagillt. I Xkl ANTED, Good Cooks, Housemaids, and Generals.—Apply. Miss TUSON. 102. Fisher- gate, Preston, Lancasnire. No Fee unless suited. TRANSVAAL WAR. HELP for Wives and Families. fXK) Wives and Dependants of all Soldiers and _L Sailors fighting in the Transvaal, and to Wives and Dependants of the Yeomanry, Militia, and Vo- lunteer Forces, lately called up for the War. Those living in the Districts of Ruthin and Den. high can receive help from the Funds now being raised in those towns by applying to Miss BIRCH, Ron. Sec. for the Soldiers and Sailors' Families Association, Maes Elwy, St. Asaph. BOROUGH OF DENBIGH & DISTRICT. The Transvaal War Fund. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. 9 S. D. Subscriptions already acknowledged 223 17 4 Collection at Capel Mawr, Denbigh, Jan. 7th, 1900 6 3 0 Ditto at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Den- » high. 1 3 6 W. H. (weekly contribution) 0 6 0 Subscriptions may be paid in at either of the two Banks is Denbigh, oc remitted direct to the Hon. ^Treasurer or Hon. Secretary, by whom they will be gratefully acknowledged, A. LLOYD JONES, Hon. Treasurer. J. PARRY JONES, Town Clerk. Hon Secretary. Denbigh, January, 1900. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS TO THE Fund for providing extra Equip- ment For the Denbighshire Hussar and Royal Welsh Fusiliers' Volunteers, About to procsed to South Africa on active service. All Donations should be paid to the account of Capt. R. BARNETT BARKER, Treasurer of the Fund, at the Wrexham Branch of the North and South Wales Branch. £ s. D. Amount already acknowledged 846 16 0 SECOND LIST. Edward Evans, Esq., Bronwylfa 30 0 0 Capt. Best 25 0 0 J. R. Burton, Esq. |]„ 25 0 0 Philip Yorke, Esq. 25 0 0 Major Ormerod. 25 0 0 E. Lloyd Edwards, Esq. 25 0 0 J. Coster Edwards, Esq. 25 0 9 Major F. H. Barker 25 0 0 Col. Parr Lynes 25 0 0 J. R. Dixon, Esq. 25 0 0 Tne Hon. Laurence and Mr. Broderick 21 0 0 T. G. Osborne, Esq. 21 0 0 G. R. Sandbach, Esq. 11000 R. H. Venables Kyrke, Esq. 10 10 0 Joseph Smith, Esq. (Parcia) 10 0 0 Mrs. Girardot. 10 0 0 Per Mrs. Embrey and the Misses Vaughan 5 15 10 The Mayor of Wrexham 5 0 0 F. E. Rooper, Esq. » 0 0 Arthur E. Evans, Esq. ••• 6 0 0 Captain Willis ••• 0 0 T. A. Acton, Esq. 500 Ralph Tomlinson, Esq. 5 0 0 W. James, Esq., J.P., Colwyn » 0 0 Francis Nunn, Esq. 1 5 H 9 J. Allington Hughes, Esq. 5^2 C. W. T-ownshend. Esq. 500 John E. H. Davies, Esq., M.D. 5 0 0 Captain Griffith Boscawen 5 0 ,0 W. D. W. Griffith, Esq., Garn 500 Watkin Richards, Esq. 5 0 0 C. W. Richards, Esq. 5 0 0 R. S. Richards, Esq. » 0 0 Miss C. E. Griiffth. 5 0 0 Colonel Mainwaring 6 0 0 Stephen Roose, Esq. ••• o o a J. Oswell Bury, L'sq. ••• ••• £ 0 Thomas Bury, Esq. •• ••• £ £ 0 J. P. Lewis, Esq. £ 30 W.E.J. — i 3 X J. F. Bryne, Esq., Colwyn Bay a J 0 R. Humphreys Roberts, Esq. 2 2 0 John Jenkins, Esq. i ? r Major Leadbetter ••• ,5 Rev. J. Murgatroyd 1 10 Owen Williams, Esq. 110 Monsgr. Slaughter 110 G. Oottom, Esq. ••• J 1 0 W. Thomas, Esq. 100 J. H. Williams, Esq., Rhosddu 0 10 6 G. W. Venn & Sons, Wrexham 0 10 6 GREENHALGH & GEARY (FRANCIS GEARY, A.A.I.) Auctioneers, Valuers & Accountants MARKET STREET, RHYt. Valuations for Probate. Mortgages arranged. FREE ADVERTISING. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR TO BE LET.~ Property-owners and others desirous of dispos- ing of Property, Businesses, &c., by private treaty are Invited to send full particulars to the undermen- tioned for insertion (free of charge) in the "NORTH WALES FREE PROPERTY REGISTER," pub- lished monthly, 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, Valuers, and Estate Agents, Rhyl. BUTCHERS.— Wanted, a Young Man, about 20.~Apply at T&nybwloh, Llangollen. _m- MISS CROMAR (LATE WILLIAMS), 13, Portland Place, Denbigh Boot 4 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 ATTENTION, REAL VAI,UE and LOW PRICES. to retain the Customers, and to give them every satisfaction. INSPECTION INVITED. Special Oftei. W. PRICE JONES Offers the following Cheap Lines: I 2 lb. Jar. Raspberry & Apple Jam 6d. Strawberry and Apple 6d Gooseberry and Apple 5d. Blackberry and Apple 5d. Damson and Apple 5d. Plum and Apple 4d. 2 Mixed Fruit 4d. Marmalade (glass tumblers), 8d. 2 Per Tin. Sardines < 2d. and 3d. Sardines and Tomatoes 5d. Salmon (large Tin) v 5d. 2 Dit\o (Crown Brand) 7d. Quinton Tomatoes 5d. Chivers' whole ditto 6d. Finest New Zealand Butter, ls.2d. per lb. Finest Irish Rolled Bacon, sliced at Sd. per lb. Finest Cumberland Cut, 6d. do. Finest Smoked 9d. do. Choice Mild Cured Hams, 9d. do. Best 13aking Flour, 9 lbs. for Is. Good ditto do. 10 lbs. for Is. W. PRICE JONES, 23, High Street, DENBIGH. W. H. EVANS, Grocery & Provision Dealer, Chirk Stores, DENBIGH, THE CELEBRATED Tea Establishment Prices to suit everybody, from Is. 4d. to 2s per lb. Also Sole Agent in Denbigh for the ANCHOR TEAS. The Finest Groceries and Provisions obtainable at reasonable prices. FLOUR, CORN, MEALS. &c, at their lowest Market Value. FRUIT in great variety. ORDERS BY POST CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO. Goods delivered by own Vans within a radius of Six Miles. The Chirk Stores, Denbigh. ,I Established over Thirty Years. ? THOMAS A. ROBERTS, Grocery & Provision Dealer, 41, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH, MHANKS the Public for their kind patronage in J-1 the past, and trusts to receive a continuance of their favours, which it will be his constant endeavour to merit by prompt attention, and supplying all articles at lowest possible prices. TEAS at Is, 4d., Is. 8dU Is. 10d., 2s., and 2s. 4d. per lb. Also SOLE AGENT in Denbigh, for Horniman's Pure Tea. GROCERIES of all kinds, at prices that defy Competition. BEST HOME-MADE JEB X? & cl. 9 Delivered Fresh Daily. SOLE AGENT FOR HO VIS' BREAD. O¡03\iO¡O,OO¡O:'OOO¡01\O S The finest Coffee Essence that § mon- can buy is Symington's Edin- p £ burgh Coffee Essence. Makes a cup ($ || in a moment. From Grocers through- ^ouMhe world. HARRISON JONES and CO COUNTY Tea Establishment, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. TEA. Our TEAS are unrivalled, and the con- tinually increasing Sale testifies to the excellent value we offer. We invite special attention to our stan- dard blends, at Is, 8d., 2s., and 2s. fid. per lb., which are of a very high character. Good useful Congou, Is. 4d. per lb. Our Celebrated broken Tea, Is. 6d. per lb. A really fine Tea. Being packed on the premises, its purity is guaranteed (worth double the money in whole leaf). Our superior Family Tea, at 2s., Superior Blend, Strong Rich Flavour, specially recommended. Choicest Souchong (China Tea), 3s. per lb. The uniform and exquisite quality of this Tea has throughout a period of more than fifty years aendered it a speciality. 40 4:> 3Eiy 3E7 3U IE! Finest Plantation, Is. 6d. per lb. Finest Mountain, East India, and Jamaica, Is. 8d. per lb. Choice prepared French Coffee, Is. per lb. Cocoas, Spices, Jams, Marmalades, Pickles, Sauces, Potted Meat, Tongues, &c. Tinned Fruits & Table Delicacies, in great variety. GROCERIES of all kinds on the best terms. A Comparison and Trial is respectfully solicited. HARRISON JONES & CO. Family Grocers, DENBIGH. A. ANDREWS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT, THE OLD VAULTS. We purpose keeping to our OLD CUSTOM of only supplying Goods we can recommend with every confidence, and on NO ACCOUNT to introduce inferior articles. Our Wines Are SELECTED WITH GREAT CARE, and are the FINEST IN THE MARKET. The SPIRITS sold are of the Finest Quality, Well matured, and of Guaranteed Age. CHRISTMAS ALES In fine condition. BASS & ALLSOPP'S (in Casks and Bottles). BULLER'S' CIGARS, &c. We have an immense Stock of finest brands Cigars, Havanas, Borneos,' and all others of best quality in all sizes from 12's to 500's Cigarettes, Imported and Biitish, all best brands. CIGARETTE AND CIGAR CASES, TUBES. POUCHES, LOEWE AND B.B.B. PIPES, in and out of Cases, and a great variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for Presents. Inspection invited. UNDER STORE PRICES AT BULLER'S. French & English Christmas Cards in great variety. PRESENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AT BULLER'S, PORTLAND PLACE. PARRY WILLIAMS & SON, 44, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH, Something New for Christmas Gibson's Finest Stoned Raieins, Cleaned, Stemmed, and Seeded, ready for immed- iate use. Finest Mincemeat in 1 lb jan Also, Just Arrived a Consignment PRIME WILTSHIltE CUT, Pea Fed MILD CURED BACON, Very i fine flavour; PARBY WILLIAMS & SON, 44, High Street, Denbigh,- The London and Cambrian Music Warehouse, High Street, RHYL. GREAT Clearance Sale Preparatory to the disposal of the Business. The large and select Stock of Pianos, Organs, Violins, Mando- lines, Melodeons, Flutes and other Instruments, Musical Fittings, Sheet & other Music, Together with a Stock of HIGH CLASS JAPANESE GOODS, Will be offered at RIDICULOUSLY LOW PRICES TO CLEAR. Immense Reductions on all Goods. The Sale will extend for a few weeks only. A splendid opportunity to secure choice and useful CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at very LOW PRICES. For And GENERAL D GROCERIES H. OVVEN. For Cheese, Bacon and Hams OTOHEirff. For Flour, Meal and Corn: I R. OWEN. FOR Oats,Beans & Bran R. OWKN. NOTE THE ADDRESS— 51 & 53 & Star Shop, High Street DENBIGH. Warehouses-DIAMOND BUILDINGS 397HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. R. GRIFFITH JONES Wishes to remind all that Want NEW HATS, To give him A CALL. Splendid Selection of TIES. All Shapes of COLLARS, Caps, Shirts, Umbrellas, <{*<?. A New and well selected Stock of BOYS' SUITS, At very Low Prices. MACINTOSHES In large variety. Alliance Assurance Company ESTABLISHED 1824. OAPITAL-FIVE MILLIONS, FUNDS-FOUR MILLIONS. The Right Hon. Lord ROTHSCHILD. CHAIRMAN. ROBERT LEWIS. Chief Secretary, Ohief Office—BARTHOT OMEW LANE LONDON. LIFE. Policies Indisputable and without redeictiom. Liberal reinstatement and Nonforfeiture plans. A low and limited expenditure. Large Bonuses Ample Security in Large Accumulations Cd Capital. FIRE. Insurances completed expeditiously Moderate Rates. Surveys of Estates and Works free. Prompt Settlement of Losses. BRANOHES it-among other plaoes LIVERPOOL.30, Exchange Street East. O. MOUGAN OWEN, Secretary. WREXHAM 98, High Street: JOHN FKANUIS, Secretary Proepeotases, ko., may be obtained from any of the Company's Branches or Atente 968 J 17, Wellington Road, RHYL. (OPPOSITE TOWN HALL). LAIDIES & Tailoring Establishment. I respectfully beg to draw attention to my new and varied Stock for the coming Season, which containathe NEWEST NOVELTIES In Coatings, Suitings, Trouserings, Vestings. RIDING HABITS. LADIES' COSTUMES CLOTH IN ALL SHADES AT MODERATE PRICES. CLERICALS, LIVERIES. I shall be pleased to send Patterns on application, or will call on receipt of Post Card. All Garments are made on the Premises by ex- perienced Workmen under my own Supervision. Trial Orders solicited. D. DAVIES. Telegraphic Address—'HALL, Auctioneer, RhyL' The Oldest Established Auction and Estate Business in RhyL MR. WILLIAM HALL (Successor'to the late Mr. T. C. AMOS), Estimator to the Board of Agriculture AUCTIONEER & VALUER HOUSE AND LAND AGENT, TOWN HALL, RHYL. SALES BY AUCTION, In any part of the County. Estates Managed, and Rents Collected. ValuatioD8 and Insurances. W. HALL, Auctioneer & Estate Agent, TOWN HALL, RHYL, Also, at Prestatyn, and Seaforth, Liverpool. THE NORTH WALES ASPHAITE 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 had on application to HUGH ROBERTS, Fern Bank, Rhyl. CHAMPAGNE GINGER ALE. 'The Blue Ribbon of Aerated Waters.' MANUFACTURED BY JAMES HUGHES, Kirkdale Works, Liverpool. A HIGH CLASS BEVEEAGE 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 all pofnta. 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 terras of pay- ment. INSTRUMENTS LET ON Httcf. Violins, Mandolines, Banjos, Melodeons, Auto Harps, Musical Boxes, &c., In gr^at variety. TUNINGS & REPAIRS by Experienced (Late with I k SonX