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RUTHIN UNION. NURSE WANTED. ^uafdians of the above named Union •^auarv t Mooting tcb held on Monday, the 14th <8 x„. "wtant, proceed to the electioa or a person tbe si°k Poor in tae Workhouse. A Qecegsjir i8 .of midwifery desirable. Need not be Nui*y trai 'ed,' but must have had experience ^Tdn i0 Qualify er to take eharare of the Sick 'Dglee a^9- be Welsh speaking. Candidates must be r over 4- WM without encumbrance. Not under 25 •Bnum «? of age. Salary at the rate of £ 21 per '^eaVJU 2 deduction under 'Poor Law w,^?.perantiation Act,1 with rations, apartments *Qi« ?„ln8'' but no beer or allowances. Applica- •'ese'nt n ,caKdjdates handwriting, stating age, :;w0 teatir .previ nis occupation, accompanied by th ??laid of ecent data, must be sent to me Canvas Urh instant, ■" ^isquaU^y"^16 Guardians, directly or indirectly, K. HUMPHREYS ROBERTS, 2nri°Tffice8'Ruthin' Clerk, ^na January, 1991. ,'=- Elsh INTERMEDIATE EDUCATION ACT, 1889. "bighshire Intermediate and Technical Education Scheme (No. 11). RUTIIIN COUNTY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. DRYNHYFRYD, RUTHIN. 5ead Mistress.—Misa ANNA ROWLANDS, B.A. rpjj (Lond.). J. *s beautifully and healthily situated* 1c XPac e 13 Grountls and Gardens, Tenni ,i,1 te Teaching Staff is fully qualified, and the School aHces Wti'l equipped with all teaching appli- Accr^,1 *PParatus, Neart + tion for Boarders and Day Scholars. 1901, errn begins Thursday, the 17th January, fcrthej^aJi'on. f°r admission should be made at once Head Mistress or to the Clerk. grand MILITARY BALL. Annual Ball of the C" Troop 7att- P.rft11116 Hussars and G Co., 1st Yol. £ 7, thfii,elcbl Fusiliers will be held on Thurs- Atroilar,. 5; February, 1901, under distinguished nage. Further particulars to follow, ALUN H. WILLIAMS (Sergt.). (Ron Sec.). WANTED, IN CANADA, /v^]JEHp'^ ^rALISTS' PERSONS WITH 1J Vutr u~, INCOMES, *ARM»R3, MINERS, Ill„ ,^>'D OTH ER?! DESIRING Us<*ateH J° LBARN FARMING. Gdtr« u<i^ook8 anc* Mapa, issued by the vercmeui, may be had post free CA»in, uu application to GOVKKNMffiNT OFFICE, MAIu-BUILDINGSi, CAEDjrr, FOR PARTICULARS. w WilHTKO. immediately, Nurse Housemaid for €uc€9I &f> U?try- Apply, stating age, wages, refer- "° Mrs. EDWAEDS, Bryndedwydd, Corwen. 3^ ^VcTlkD' ■an Assistant to a Draper and Grocery, frorr," i^us^ness' t'ie country. A Btrong young !iU CL 7-t0 21 years of aSe- Good character. He half re(l go out with a grocery cart a day of each week. Apply, with testimonials, this office. E -==:= V A. THOMAS, RADCLIFFE & CO CARDIFF. Movements OF STEAMERS, ?*«nlli»„ January 2nd, 1901. t °Mor J nomas, arr. Swansea fr.Birkenhead J.2 T^gauwS' Huelva for Mersey Dec. 31 °m&S' Hue*va for Mersey 26 ^*Her 'pu' arr" Garston from Huelva 30 aJ,°,mas< Phased Pera for Rotterdam 20 jV. J, 'Cardiff from Dunkirk 24 farah fi^Cvffe' arr' 1>ir ei:,s from Cardiff 31 T 4rT Tli arr* Rotterdam fr. Novorossisk 25 ^ne u left Swansea for Delaware 19 f^Uglas TJ-if8' arr* Novol'ossisk fr. C'stantinople 30 vi^'ier^ arr- Rotterdam from Odessa 26 T>a,1<ihest' pas*,ec[ Pera for Rotterdam Jan. 1 i t*rstn^r' arr- Novorossisk from Marseilles D. 24 ^»thonJ ]>arr- Port Said from Penarth 10 Kadcliffe, arr. Odessa from Barry 27 fe^raven arr* Port Said from Cardiff 30 j,'tKisor i a/r" Antwerp from Swansea 26 Jeft Teneriffe for New Orleans 16 NdiS0' !eft Rio for St. Lucia 19 Sjsatot, i0?' arr* Sulina from Marseilles 27 iuWn«e -Newport News for Rotterdam 18 rfitl<lon arr> NewP°rt from Rotterdam Jan. 2 l^over arr' ■New Oceans fr. Cape Verdes Dec.29 r, °Sor«l a.n'; Rotterdam from New Orleans 25 r, ^golW, eft New Orleans for Rotterdam 24 t-rini1' Passe(l Pera for Rotterdam 30 atiishen0T Stockton for New Orleans 17 ,Lautlched at Stockton 21 T — — J. TATEM & CO., CARDIFF. S'3; 'UrU T Cardiff, January 3rd, 1901. s r nQewi?'' Paase(l Las Palma3 for Puata 4' 23,rd- arrived Cardiff, Decern. 2 £ th. s'a"^ r' Baltimore for Rotterdam, Decern. }. Cbtlltnl ue, r 16 b' passed Gibraltar for New Orleans, IS ^°"Uth s.s, «air/.10r> passed Algiers, December 28th, for arrived Bombay, January 2nd. s,s" Chorley,' now building. & C. lJ. JONES, tnship Owners and Brokers, CARDIFF. SHIPPijjq LIST. T. Cardiff, January 3rd, 1901. • JoQes8),^Baltimore f. Kings Lynn Ja. 1 c'iriifFtn1™* 'or Avonmouth Deo.27 left; p fj! pf Newport News 29 ^i i (U T, or Norfolk arr. RotfJrH i Ha«for Hampton Rds 21 Baltimore 27 6l1. ar, !),,i, ort baid for Hampton Rd. 29 Kditim'>fe from Genoa 28 8tearn r..F; RADCI-IIFFE & CO., PTT nr. ?->wners and Brokers, >j TE DOCKS, CARDIFF. OF STEAMERS. '4 "P(, <? January 3rd, 1901. :00u i ^or ^unkirk Dec. 30 •<Je I for Amsterdam Dec. 31 'J ie« Constantinople for Antwerp, Zt LITII)GE & MORGANI StOf' h-. 1'. Owners and Brokers, c' £ 0 ,t CARDIFF. J ^ViD *0!W. n(. 8' SAILED >/TIIDN,E'» DEOSMBBB, 29, 1900. J A giera for Leghorn Dec. 29, 1900 I 'DONT BE ,ALARMED! There is still hope for a cheerful Christmas. CALL AT R. OWEFS ESTABLISHMENTS, AND YOU WILL FIND THE FINEST SELECTED FRUITS For the Season, and at very low prices. Also a Large Stock of Provisions of the Finest Quality, including his usual Stock of Vale of Olwyd and Cheshire CHEESE, I For which the Establishments are noted. Best Smoked and Irish Roll Bacon, Mild Cured Hams, &c. Fresh Bread Daily. NOTE THE ADDRESS— R. OWEN, 51 & 53, High Street & Star Shop, Corn and Hour Warehouses- Diamond Buildings, Denbigh THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE IN DENBIGH. MRS. PRITCHARD LATE MISS CROMAR), BOOTS, siiocgTSLIPPERS, &o, DURABILITY, STYLE, COMFORT, AND PRICE, GUARANTEED. The "ARIEL" Boots and Shoes for Ladies and Children a Speciality. Customers can always depend on having good value for money. Best solid leather procurable used for Repairs. NOTE THE ADDRESS:- 13, PORTLAND PLACE, DENBIGH. GREAT REDUCTION IN DRIED FRUITS. Good Currants, 5d. per lb. New Raisins, 4d. per lb. Stoned Raisins, 6 d. per lb. 1 lb. equal to Ii lb. ordinary Raisins. Mince Meat, 6M. 1 lb. and Is. 2 lb. Jars. NEW ZEALAND BUTTER. Famons 'Taiera' Brand now arriving in Perfection. PARRYWILUAMSISON 44, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH, SPECIAL OLD SCOTCH WHISKY. Rare Old Blended Grlenlivet (7 Years Old). 3s. 6d. per Bottle. 40s. per Dozen. E. CLAYTON, WINE VAULTS, RUTHIN. so A. WHEWAY, 12, RUTHIN ROAD, DENBIGH 1 Has always on hand a Large and Select Stock of Glass, China, Earthenware, and Pannings. Also a Good Assortment of Tin, Enamalled and Galvanised Ware. Baskets, Brushes, Common and Fancy Flower Pots, Toys, Dolls, and other Fancy Goods, suitable for Presents or Hom P- use I Also Bamboo Work. Our Toilet Sets a Speciality, ranging from 4s. 8d. Tea Sets, from 7s. 9d. All other Goods equally as Cheap. I OUR MOTTO I Small Profits and Quick Returns. j j NOTE ADDRESS 12, RUTHIN ROAD, I THE CRISIS IN CURRANTS. Despite the statement made that the price of Currants would be Is. 6d. per lb. before Christmas, W. Price Jones is now selling at almost normal price. Currants, 4d., 5d., 6d., 7d. per lb. Valencia Raisins, 4d., 5d., 6d., per lb. Stoned Valencia Raisins, 7d. per lb. Sultana Raisins, 6d., 7d., 8d. per lb. Lemon Peel, 3^ finest, 5d. per lb. 2 Muscatel Raisins, Jordan and Valencia Almonds, Figs, French Plums and Prunes, Grapes, Oranges, &c., at lowest prices. A large Selection of Cosaques, Chocolates in Fancy Boxes. Orna- mented Cakes, &c. W. PRICE JONES 23. High Street. Denbigh. BENSON EVANS' Cherry Balsam. A Remedy, Sate, Sum and Speedy for Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Tightness of the Chest, Difficult f.. Breathing, Influenza, Asthma, & Chronic Bronchitis. This remarkable Preparation clears the Air Passages and affords unspeakable relief in all cases of Chest Oppression and Lung trouble. Get a Bottle TO-DAY, and keep it by you. | It may be worth its weight in Gold to you TO-MORROW. In Bottles, 7d., Is., & Is. 9d. The Grocery Department will be found to contain a choice selection of TEAS, from Is. 6d. to 3s, per lb. Best Family Teas, 2s. and 2s, 4d. per lb. Best Quality COFFEE at Is. 6d. and Is. 8d. per lb. CHRISTMAS FRUIT of all kinds, and of the Best Quality only at moderate prices. BENSON EVANS, CHEMIST & GROCER, 32, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. TO BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS and Others. GEO WILLIAMS, Monumental&Builder's Mason DENBIGH, RESPECTFULLY begs to call the attention of J Builders and others to the fact that he is pre- pared to undertake all kinds of Limestone Masonry for Building Purposes. Prices quoted on receipt of plans or dimensions. TOMBSTONES, of any design. Address-GEO. WILLIAMS, Mason, Beacon's HilL W orks-GRAIG QUARRY. 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 had I on application to HUGH ROBERTS, i Fern Bank, Rhyl. XMAS FRUIT, i? p inMpQ ornj E. P, JONES, SON, & Go. I PRICES FOR ONE MONTH ONLY. Valencia Raisins from 3d. per lb. Sultana Raisins from 6d, per lb. Currant from 4d. per lb. 2 Lemon Peel from 3d. per lb. We have secured some of the Finest Fruit of the Season, and confidently challenge Comparison of PRICE and QUALITY. XMAS TREAT OF BARA BRITH (PLUM CAKE). 2s. Cake for Is. Is. Cake for 6d. Orders for these Cakes must be to hand not later than December 21st, and will be delivered on Christmas Eve. For this Month only a Beauti- ful CANISTER is supplied FREE with a Pound of our Matchless 2s. and Is, 6d. Tea. E. P. Jones, Son, & Co. 'THE DEFIANCE GUN, SOs. Well worth 80s. 12-bore Centra Fire, Double Barrel Breechloader. Left Choke, Top or Double Grip Action, with Lever underguard, Twist Barrels. Horn Heel Plate, Walnut Stock, Double Bolt, Rebounding Locks, Patent Fore End, &c. Sound and well made; warranted to shoot and handle well, price 50s., worth 80s., carriage paid, satisfaction guaranteed, or cash returned. Do not buy guns at a shop; deal direct with the actual manufacturer, and savP, retail profits. Beautifully Illustrated Catalogue full of interesting and useful Information concerning every description of Sporting Guns, Rifles, &c., post free. B. & D. DAVIS, Far Killing Gun Manufacturers, 31, NEWTON ROAD, BIRMINGHAM. 39, HIGH 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, &c. A New and well selected Stock of BOYS' SUITS, At very Low Prices. MACINTOSHES In large variety. I GLASS, CHINA, & EARTHENWARE. I SAM T. MILLER'S Denbigh S tores. Season's Novelties in VASES & FLOWER TUBES, For Home Decoration. Breakfast, TEA, and DINNER SETS, New Shapes, pretty designs in substantial makes. Denbigh Municipal Arms CHINA WARE. TOILET SETS, Assorted Patterns and Designs. Best Domestic GLASS, CHINA., & POTTERY. TEA-POTS, CHEESE STANDS, BUTTER DISHES, JUGS. GLASS JUGS, WATER BOTTLES, FRUIT and CAKE DISHES. PICKLE & HONEY JARS, SALTS, and ORNA- MENTAL GLASS WARE. NEW, USEFUL, & PRETTY CROCKERYJjFOR WEDDING PRESENTS. Important Announcement. LLOYD & JONES VICTORIA BUILDINGS, 26 & 28, Vale Street, NBI G H, Have much pleasure in annouu* :g that their FIRST CLASb FURNISHING Establishment. IS NOW OPEN in the above premises. LARGE SHOW ROOMS. The attention of the Public is respectfully invited to the Extensive, New, and carefully selected Stock j of -j Drawing, Dining, and Bedroom Suites, Kitchen Requisites of every des- cription, Overmantles, Mirrors, &c., &c. Office Furniture. Upholstering, French Polishing, Picture Framing, Repairing, &c.» done on the premises by skilled Workmen. Antique Furniture carefully renovated. Funerals undertaken. LLOYD & JONES, THE FURNISHING HOUSE, DENBIG H. Alliance Assurance Company ESTABLISHED 1824. CAPITAL—FIVE MILLIONS, FUNDS—FOUR MILLIONS. The Right Hon. Lord ROTHSCHILD. CHAIRMAN. ROBEKT 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. BBANOHES At—among other places— LIVERPOOL—30, Exchange Street East. O. MOBGAN OWEN, Secretary. WREXHAM 28, High Street; JOHN FKANOIS Secretary Prospectuses, &c., may be obtained f om any of the Company's Branches or Agents, 9682 GRAND SHOW, COMMENCING DECEMBER 10th, 1900. Guns. Rifles. Revolvers. Air Guns. Ammunition. Traps. Game Bags. Gun Cases. Gun Covers. Folding Seats. Decoys & Calls. Turnovers. Cleaning Im- Recappers. Gunpowder. plements. Wadding. Caps. Shot. Rabbit Net- Netting Ferret Muzzles, ting. Twine. BO GUNS, RIFLES, & REVOLVERS To select from. One day's clear trial allowed. Second hand guns taken in part exchange. Send for our Catalogue of Sporting Requisites, 24 pages illustrated, Free. H.W. ROBERTS & CO, HANDEL HOUSE, RHYL. HARRISON JONES and CO. Family Grocers, Denbigh. CHRISTMAS FRUITS Our selections are now complete. We have a very large and varied Stock, and respectfully invite inspection and com- parison. We offer the best value possible, espec- ially of the finer kinds, which are very moderate in price, Our Stock comprises :— Muscatels, Valencia and Sultana Raisins. Very fine at 4d. Finest, 6d, per lb. Cur- rants, very fine, 6d., per lb.; finest, 8d. per lb. Stoned Raisins, 6d. per lb. Figs. Prunes, Oranges, Grapes, Lemons, French Plums, Apples, Almonds, &c., &c. Finest Candied Lemon, Orange and Citroit Peel. Spices, ground and whole, of guar- anteed purity. Flavouring essences of all kinds, 6d. Bottles for 4id, New Season's Tinned Fruits. (FINEST SELECTED BRANDS). Pine Apples, Peaches, Apricots, Pears, Tomatoes, &c. Ox and Lunch Tongues, Salmon, and Sardines. Crosse and Blackwell's Jams and Marmalade. Pickles and Sauces. Table Jellies and Delicacies of all kinds. Tea and Coffee Department. Our Teas are unrivalled. We invite your special attention to our standard blends at ls. 8d., 2s., and 2s. 6d. per lb., which are of a very high character, and meet with a large demand. We shall be pleased to send free Samples of the above, or other blends which we stock. Coffee. Though the Market continues very firm, we still offer the best quality obtainable at la. 8d. per lb., which cannot be surpassed. A Trial is respectfully solicited. harrison JONES & CO., -T Family Grocers, DENBIGH. Clearance Sale of 1900 Patterns Now On. BULLER'S BEST BIKES. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES, First Grade Tyres and Fittings, Best Coventry makes, from £ 10 10s. Sarnt Machines also from L 8 8s. (cheaper fittings). Dunlop Tyres, Brooke's Saddles, t inch Pitch Roller Chains. ee the following magnificent Machines— I Singers, Rovers, Centaurs, Bayliss Thomas, I Quadrant (Chain & Chainless), Premiers, Triumphs Townends, New Rapids, and other leading makes, At 2 10 IOs. to E 21. Long Cranks, High Gears, Free Wheels, any kind of Brakes, fitted to order. Terms to suit purchasers. Lessons, &c, arranged for. A Call respectfully solicited, or Lists sent with all particulars free. Note Address- BULLER, PORTLAND PT,ACE, DENBIGH. RICHARD E. HUGHES, AUCTIONEER, Architect, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Agent. OFFICES- 10 Abbey Street, Rhyl. J. D. LEWIS, C.E., Architect, and Surveyor, Valuer, and General Agent, DKNBIG H. Valuations prepared for Probate, Succession and Estate Duty and Transfer. All Business entrusted to him shall receive prompt and personal attention. I In addition to the 18 years extensive and varied experience in his profession at Denbigh, Mr. LEWIS has had, during the last 16 years, large experience ÍD. all branches of Civil Engineering, Surveying, and Architecture; also Dilapidations, Union Assessments, Arbitration Cases, Valuations of Property, Plant, &c., in the following Public Offices, where he has been specially engaged, viz.Cheshire Lines Committee, Birmingham Corporation, Overhead Railway, Leeds Corporation, Lancashire & Yorkshire Railway, Crewe Corporation, West Derby Union, South-end on Sea Corporation, &c. Highest References and Testimonials. offices No. 4, Valestreet, Denbigh. I LiT.EOGEAPHT in all its Branches pLAXS of _?rc/. £ rr: Maps, Music, ail Work, such a? Letter HEAAS, AR I% 1osimlie and other Circulars ext. J-: reasonable charges at the I Baorsr Office. Dar-bigh.