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J. F. GRIFFITHS & CO. FREE TRADE HALL, HIGH STREET, RHYL. OWING to the Disastrous Fire that occurred on December 10th, 1884, the Salvage and the whole of the Immense Stock will be offered at such Prices as will secure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE. READY-MADES, HATS, SHIRTS, DRESSES, DOLMANS, ULSTERS, ALL MILLINERY, FLOWERS, CORSETS, at about Quarter the Prices. FLANNELS, BLANKETS, QUILTS, SHEETS, TABLE LINEN, TABLE COVERS, CALI- COES, HOLLANDS, DRE8S STUFFS, STOCKINGS, all at nearly Half Price.
JL all our claims so generously and promplr, we are determined to give the full benefit to our numerous -Customers. W-» ana quite aw&re that the abore Reiurtion- appear incredible. A call to in- spect the G-oedb and Prices will very soon convince the most sceptical; and we trust that they v-ill give all entire satisfaction. We also desire to tender our sincere thanks to all who have spontaneously expressed their sympathy p and rendered valuable assistance. The Stock being heavy and the damage extensive, we are unable to commence the Sale until Monday after Christmas. Doors open at 10 o'clock. DECEMBER 29TH, 1884. J. F. GRIFFITHS & CO, FREE TRADE HALL, RHYL
Barclay & Perkins' Stout IS UKITBRSALLi ADMITTED to be SUPER. IOR TO ALL OTHERS. WM. P. JONES. WHOLESALE AND RETAII WINE, SPIRIT, ALE & PORTER MERCHANT, 10, Sussex-street (Corner of Water-street, Rhvl,) Having been appointed SOLE AGENT for the above can now supply them as follows: Porter 23s. 18-gals. casks—12s. 9-gal. casks. B Stout 28s. 14s. 11 B.B Stout.32s. it .178. Imperial or in- iqs valid Stout 38s. Agent for the BURTON BREWERY COM- PANY'S celebrated Burton Mild and Bitter Ales, BASS'S Ales and Sole Agent for Messrs. BAR- CLAY, PERKINS & Co's London Stout. East India Pale Ale 3s. 6d. per doz. pints Extra Dublin Stout 3s. Od. ditto Wines and Spirits of First Class Brands ONLY. THE TRADE SUPPLIED. THE DRINK OF PLEASURE AND OF HEALTH. E. P. JONES'S pURE fpEAS ARE THB Best Value ever offered the Public. pRIOE from J j^ THE 21' AND 2/6 ARE SENT TO ALL PARTS OF THE KING- DOM, AND ARE WORTHY OF A TRIAL BY ALL WHO APPRECIATE FINE TEAS. E. P. JONES, TEA SALESMAN. rpflOMIS ~W I L L I A M S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ¡ BUTCHER, 3, WATER STREET, RHYL. A constant supply of Meat always on hand including Beef, Mutton, Lnrnb, Veal, Pork &c. G.OBBINS, l SEW & SECOND-HAND FURNITURE STORES 3, MARKET STREET RIIYL. CHILDREN'S CHAIRS, COTS & MATTRESSES, PERAMBULATORS & BATHS for HIRE. Agent for the Guardian Fire & Life Assurance Co. jgDWAED OWENS, BUTCHER, 8, WATER STREET, RHYL (OPPOSITE SllSSEX STREET) Families supplied with the Best Quality of Beef Mutton, Lamb. Veal, and Pork. Orders Promptly Attended To. Fine Flavoured Pork Sausages. A TONES A. JONES JOINER AND BUILDER, Begs to inform the inhabitants of Rhyl and district that he has re-commenced business, and is now ready to do any repairs or alterations, and to give estimates for work in the several branches of the Trade. Workshop AND YARD WEST KINMEL STREET Enquiries may also be made at the Queen's Din- ing Rooms, 11, Queen Street, Rhyl. A RIDE TO KHIV A BT CAPTAIN FRED. BARNABY, ROYAL HORBE GUARDS. Page 13 says-U Two pairs of boots lined with 1 nr were also taken; and for physic-with which it is as well to be supplied when travelling in out-of- ,.ie-way places—some quinine and Cockle's Pills, -he latter a most invaluable meaicine, and one vhich I have used on the natives of Central Africa with the greatest possible success. In fact, the marvellous effects produced upon the mind and body of an Arab Sheik, who was impervious to all native medicines,when I administered to him five COCKLE'S PILLS will never f ade from my memory; and a friend of mine who passed through the same district many months afterwards, informed me that my fame as a medicine man had not died out, but that the marvellous cure was even then a theme of con- vereation in the bazaar c OCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FREE FROM MXRCURY. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, t. ) THE OLDEST PATENT MEDICINE. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, t THE SAFEST PATENT MEDICINE. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, tj THE BEST FAMILY APERIENT MEDICINE. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR LIVER. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR BILE. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, < FOR INDIGESTION. COCKLE S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR HEARTBURN. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, FOR SICK HEADACHE. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, c IN USE AMONGST ALL CLASSES. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, c IN USE EIGHTYTHREE YEARB. COCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, V IN USE EVERYWHERE. CCOCKLE'S ANTIBILIOUS PILLS, J May be had throughout the United Kingdom Boxes, at Is. ljd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., 1 Is., and 22s 18, NEW ORMOND STREET, LONDON "VTERVOUS & PHYSICAL DEBILITY.—A gentleman having tried in vain every adver- tised remedy, has discovered a simple means of self- cure. He will be haypy to forward the particulars to any sufferer on receipt of a stamped and directed envelope.—Mr J. T. SEWELL Brook Villa, Ham uieramitb, London W "THE HOME-MADE BREAD SHOP. J. T. JONES, JJLAMIIY^ROCER & rjpEA JQEALUK BAKER, PROVISION DEALER, N TALIAN WAREHOUSEMAN ALED HOUSE, 27, WELLINGTON ROAP, RRYL "The best of Everything." THE S. P. Q. R. STORES ARE NOW OPEN. FI RST Q L AS S OODS Sold at Wholesale Prices. T "W T> o o s E, TF + V V • JLTI PROPRIETOR, 7, QUEEN STREET, RHYL. J. PIERCE LEWIS, ACCOUNTANT, HOUSE, ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENT, AURON VILLAS, RHYL. JOHN EDWARDS, gUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, D u 26, WELLINGTON ROAD, RRYL, Every description of JOINERY WORK undertaken. All Kinds OF ALTERATIONS, ADDITIONS, &c., PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ESTIMATES GIVEN ON APPLICATION. J. BROWN, A RTIST & pHOTOGRAPHER, 3, KINMEL STREET, RHYL. ALL PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN BY THE INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS. C^ARTES (any position), os. 6d. per doz. TWO J POSITIONS, 6s. 6d. per doz.; CABINETS, 12s. 6d. per doz. Enlargements finished in various styles. 12s. 6d. per doz. Enlargements finished in various styles. Note the Address-3, KINMEL ST., RHYL. (Nearly opposite the Alexandra Hotel). A COOD PLAN. /"J -| f\ AND upwards invested, under the JLv/ non-liability system, in carefully selec- ted Stocks and Shares often returns handsome profits in a few days. Full details in Explanatory Book (fifth edition), gratis and post free. Address, GEO. EVANS & CO., Stockbrokers, Gresham House, Old Broad Street, London, E.C. Best and safest plan ever devised. "BREAD IS THE STAFF OF LIFE." FOR PURE, CLEAN, UNADULTERATED BREAD GO TO W. DANIELS, GROCER, BAKER, & PROVISION DEALER, ABBEY STREET, RHYL, Who has recently had fitted up two of the most APPROVED OVENS. TO have pure, wholesome Bread care and atten- tion should be paid to the surroundings of the Bakeiy. W.D. has erected one of Mr JENNISON'S DECKER OVENS, which consumes its own smoke, and thereby renders it practically impossible for obnoxious gases to exist in the bakehouse, and therefote cannot be absorbed by the dough in the process of fermentation. This added to the fact that nothing but the best flour is used in this estab- lishment is a guarantee for the purity and excel- lence of the Bread. Hot Rolls, Milk Rolls, Whole-Meal Bread, Buns, Scones, &c., daily. 52-283 QUEENSLAND. THIS young and promising Colony offers Special Advantages to all classes, and the QUEENS- LAND ROYAL MAIL LINE convey passengers BY STEAMER FOR £ 7. Mail or other Steamers will be dispatched from LONDON or PLYMOUTH fortnightly by which ASSISTED PASSAGES will be granted to eligible Persons, such as Engineers, Farmers, Fitters, En- gine Drivers, Railway Carriage Builders, Black. smiths, Bricklayers, Stonemasons, Sawyers, Carpenters, Wheelwrights, Shoemakers, Tailors, Shipwrights, Farm Labourers, Domestic Servants, Gardeners, Vine Dressers, Road Makers, Quarry- men, Navvies, at the following rates:— ECOND CABIN.. £ 21. 10s. I THIRD CLASS L7 J Children under 12 years half price. Infants under 12 months free. Persons not eligible for assisted passages will be taken at the following rates :— Second Cabin, C31. 10s. Third Class, £ 17. For further particulars regarding Passages, Land Laws, and Resources of the Colony, apply to Gellatly, Hankey, Sewell and Co., 109, Leadenhall Street, London, and 12, Renfield Street G asgow. [26ml PROFESSIONAL INTIMATION BIRMINGHAM CHAMBERS, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL, JULY 28TH, 1884. CIADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— I beg most iespectfully to inform you that, in compliance with the repeated solicitations of e nurmerous friends, I have taken out a license for the doupose of selling by Public Auction, and the conducting of Valuations of Property in general. My very successful experience, as aLand and House Agent, induces me to appeal to you for a share of the patronage usually bestowed upon members of the profession. It shall be my sole aim to conduct all sale entrusted to my care with untiring attention suceeded by PROMPT CASH SETTLEMENTS. Owners of Property in Rnyl and district, who place their properties in my hands, may rely upon every attention being paid thereto; both in prompt collection of rent, economical management, punctual settlements. References permitted to W. R. Williams, Esq., Solicitor, Rhyl; J. E. Haworth, Esq., Springside House, Rawtenstall, Lnncashirej &c. Yours Obediently, F. J. SARSONS. The under mentioned agencies are under my management Norwich Union Fire, Provident Life County Fire, Railway Passengers Accidental and the London and General Plate Glass Insurance Companies, «Meek's Iihyl Apartments Directory The liaworth Estate, & Central^ Land & House Agency Offices, qpqp Lam HARVEY'S SAUCE FOR FISH, GAME, EACH YF A BOTTLE OF THIS STEAKS, >V 'CELEBRATED SAUCE PREPARED FROM THE &0. V ORIGINAL RECIPE BEARS o THE WELL-KNOWN LABEL SIGNED ¿ This label is protected by perpetual injunction in Chancery of the 9th July 1858 and without it none can be genuine. PREPARED ONLY BY E. LAZENBY & SON, LONDON, And sold Retail by Grocers, Oilmen, Italian Warehousemen, !fc. throughout the Kingdom. JOHN H. ELLIS, WHOLESALE AND FAMILY WINE and SPIRIT MERCHANT, ALE & PORTER DEALER & BOTTLER, 12, WATER STREET, RHYL AGENT FOR MAX GIREGERIS HUNGARIAN WINES, "ASS & CO.'S AND ALLSOPP & SON'S ALES, JACOB'S P1LSENER LAGER BEER, GUINNESS'S EXTRA DUBLIN STOUT, In Casks and Bottles. í ELLIS'S CELEBRATED MINERAL WATERS CANTRELL & COCHRANE'S AND ROSS'S BELFAST GINGER ALE. Full Price List of all Wines, Spirits, &c., on application to JOHN H. ELLIS, 12, WATER STBEET, RHYL. 'mi' wa————aMaawaaB—— Business Cards. STATIONER AND NEWSAGENT. TREHEARN, Wholesale and Retail Stationer, Bookseller, Bookbinder, Newsagent & Dealer in Fancy J. Goods. Library Depot. Stationer's Hall, 165 & 166, Wellington road, & BonMarche, 8, High st.,Rhyl ROOT AND SHOE MAKERS. JOHN AMOS 8, SUSSEX STREET, RHYL (Opposite the George Hotel). A large and varied stock or Boots Shoes, Slippers, &c., of the best makes, and at very low prices. A trial is solicited. NOTED BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, Weiiington-road, Rhyl. Large and well-assorted Stock of Boots and Shoes to select from. PRINTERST AMOS BROTHERS, Commercial and General Steam Printers, Publishers, &c. All work neatly and quickly turned out, and at very moderate prices. PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. JOHN WHEELER, Painter, Paper-hanger, number, Glazier, &c., CRIvSCENTRbAD, (late 7, Gronant Street), RHYL. All orders receive prompt and personal attention. Jfc 1H—MWMW—BB—BHW HOTELS. ¡ GLADSTONE TEMPERANCE BOARDINGTHOTEL, Bodfor-street, RHYL (close to the R^il- way Station.) Hot Dinners daily. Tea and Coffee always ready. Special Terms for Pleasure Parties and School Trips on application.—MISSES GRIFFITHS. HUDDLAN.-NEIV INN, P. Edwards, Proprietor. Family and Commercial Hotel. Wines and Spirits of the Finest Quality, Bass' Burton Ales, Guinness' Dublin Stout. Cars for Hire. JAMES J^AVIES, Registrar of Marriages, GWYNFA VILLA, RHYL, HOUSE & ESTATE AGENT, Collector of Rents, &c. Agent for the 'ALLIANCE,' pRoVINCIAL," QUEEN'S/ Fire a:nd Life Assuraneo Com- panies. MORTGAGES CAN BE PROCURED. VISITORS TO RHYL. TURKISH AND OTHER BATHS car be had at the JJYDROTA^UC p STABL1SHMENT For Ladies on Tuesday and Friday mornings from 8 to 1 Wednesday from 2 to 5 o'clock. 71 For Gentlemen at all other times from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. No Baths on Sundays. No more Misfitting Dresses. The Art of Dress- evitting Taught in a few Easy Lessons by the SCIENTIFIC SYSTEM OF DRESS-CUTTING. O little progress has been made in the Art of Dressmaking in this YTJ country, that we naturally ask our- selves what is the cause of this deplorable failure, especially since those engaged in it are compelled each year to acknowledge that the English ladies give their patronage more and more to foreign modistes. In cases where this is the exception, it is among those ladies whose means will not permit this luxurious indulgence, therefore they accept the ser- vices of the English Dressmaker in con- sequence of this inability, while their pre- ference is strongly in favour of the foreign robe. It is the duty of the English Dress- makers to learn the cause of this evil which robs them of their most lucrative patronage, and there seems to be no more effectual method in overcoming it than to learn to compete with these foreign rivals. In most branches of science and industry England has alw ays maintained a leading position. Why, then, in a point so vital to her, and where so much capital is ex- Eended, will she permit a foreign rival to ear the palm of victory ? Elegance ana refinement in dress have become so much a study by ladies in these days that all that art and grace can do for them is called into requisition. It is hi these points. therefore, we know we are rivalled abroad Else why are foreign modistes patronised in preference to our own Dressi-cakers, All ladies know when the Dress array, their figure to the best advantage, and the Dressmaker knows that the first and most important step is to learn to cut the bodies correctly. To do this one must study pro- portions. For many years Dressmakers have used nothing better than charts or models for cutting, each one of which is utterly imperfect in principle, as a little careful reasoning would convince them. In the first place, charts cut the samo shape for every figure, measuring the same size bust. The fallacy of this idea is apparent when you consider that per- sons measuring the same size bust are rarely, if ever, shaped alike. Consequently, garments cut on these principles do not fit the figure for which they are intended, and a great amount of valuable time is consumed in pinning and retacking, which are convincing proofs of the inutility of the methods usually employed. Yet, when you also perceive that by taking up a seam here, and letting one out in another place, you have thrown the seams out of all pro- portion, and utterly destroyed any grace the dress might have possessed; you ought then to be assured of the necessity of a true and correct method of cutting, which would save you this wasted time and miserable results. All good cutters know that a badly cut garment can never be made to fit well. By this system of Cutting, which is based upon mathemati- cal principles, and will enable one to tit every figure perfectly without alteration, vou can arrive at every point that consti- tutes an accurate fit with certainty. Ladies with irregular forms can be fitted with the same ease and certainty as those with perfect proportions, and this cannot be done by any other method of cutting. Its adaptability to all changes of style, or variations in form makes this system an enduring advantage to the Dressmaker, and its comprehensive use will place her on an equal footing with the Continental modistes in the Art of Dress Cutting. Ladies are discovering that there is scicnce in Cutting a Dress. The time has passed when the Dressmaker must try on the garment to see if it fits for with this system of calculation there can be tw failure. Testimonial from a few English Ladies who have tested the Scientific System of Dres, Cutting. W- the undersigned ladies, having learned the Scientific System of Dress Cutting, take great plqasure in recom- mending the same to the ladies of our country, as we have proved its practicability and accuracy by many tests, and we have never yet failed to obtain a perfect fit when the instructions are followed, which are so simple that a child can cut and fit bv them as well as an adult; and we are sure that any lady who may learn this system will never regret the invest- ment she has made, as the saving of material alone upon a few garments will more than pay for the System, beside the Assurance and Satisfaction of always having a perfect fitting garment.—Mrs. Phillipson, 3, Colville Square Terrace, Bavswater W.; Mrs. Malcolm, 40, Carlton Hill, St. John's Wood, N.W. Mrs. Smythe, 37, Blenheim Cres., Notting Hill VV Mrs. Winton, 67, Bessboro' Street, Pimlico, S.W.; Miss Lang, 121, EdgwareRoad, W. Mrs. Dunlop, 16, Solon New Road Clapham; Miss Syer, 60, De Beauvoir Road, Islington, N.; Miss Field, Stratford House, Wimbledon. S.W.; Mrs. Baker, 1, Bedford Terrace, High Street, Streatham. To whom we refer. INSTRUCTIONS given from 9.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Owing to the demand for evening instructions by those employed during the day, pupils may now be instructed at their own Residence for the same charge. Practical ladies wanted to take charge of Branch Officcs. Situations furnished to pupils, if desired, ia First-class Houses, where they can command the highest salaries as dress cutters. nrU'F'RaT ( One Scientific System, with general instruction at the office as long as desired O O tttri t 1j J One System in full, with special printed instructions,enabling anyone to thoroughly PRICE LIST, ( understand it, will be sent by post to any part of the United Kingdom for 0 O Our Patent Double Tracing Wheel tracing two lines at a time, one to cut by, and the other to sew by, making the seams all the same width, enabling a young girl to do the tacking as well as an experienced Dressmaker, will be found invaluable to ladies if they have much sewing to do, as it saves a great deal of time and h,bour. The above wheel will b Eent to any part of the United Kingdom on receipt of 2s. (Two Shillings.) POST FREE. Post Office Orders (crossed) to be made payable at General Post Officii London, to N. HANBURY, Limited, 272, Regent Street, Regent Circus, London, W. A few more Ladies of intelligence and good address Wanted, to learn our System, as teachers to give instructions at private houses Unexceptionable references required. Agents wanted in every Town to sell our System. Send for Agents' Special Pric-, List. T R A C, I N (x WHEEL. i' Address all CommutiicatiOM to TIFIC DRESS-CUTTING LocalSAgentlfor Rhyl Wanted, J SPECIAL NOTICE. I '1 gPtflNG SALE. NEW LACE CURTAINS, in White, Cream, and Cardinal. LINEN AND COTTON SHEETINGS of all kinds. CLOTH AND WITNEY BLANKETS. COUNTERPANES, QUILTS, c and all kinds of General HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. W. J. K E N T Has made large purchases of the best kinds of NEW GOODS-to meet the requirements of the Spring, and the usual preparatians for the Season. -7- NEW GOODS are cheaper and better value than ever, and economy and good quality can be found in New Stock that cannot be obtained in old or out of condition goods at Sales. Several special lines in TO WELSt much under the usual prices. REAL I N D I A ATS, In all Sizes, from ONE SHILLING each. COMPARISON REQUESTED. W. J. KENT, 70, HIGH STREET, (Near the Parade), RHYL. ESTABLISHED, 1866. QHARLES JJARDEMAN AND SON, PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM AND ..11 11 GENERAL MUSIC WAREHOUSE, 26, HIGH STREET, RHYL. ) Pianofortes and Harmoniums of the best make and selection, FOR SALE OR HIRE. New Music at half-marked price, post free. Schools and Teachers supplied on advantageous terms. Single tunings or by yearly contract, promptly attended to in Town or Country, all kinds of Musical Instruments tuned and repaired. ORGAN, HARMONIUM AND PIANOFORTE Lessons on Moderate Terms. CONCERT AND ENTERTAINMENT AGENTS "THE OLD TOWN HALL STORES," HIGH STREET RHYL, (Estab.ished 1850), POULKES & CO., WINF do SPIRIT MERCHANTS, IMPOR- TERS <6 BONDERS. MAX GREGER'S HUNGARIAN WINES. SAINT RAPAEL TANNIN WINES 30/ per dOl. This wine is strengthening and digestive. It is an Invigorating Tonic, and more efficacious for con- valescents and debilitated persons than Iron or Quinine. It is a sovereign remedy in cases of Gastric Debility and Anemia. BASS,ALLSOPPS, & WORTHINGTON'S ALES, GUINNESS'S, BARCLAY, & PERKIN'S STOUT in Bottle and on Draught, DEVONSHIRE CIDER IN BOTTLES, And ELLIS & SONS' celebrated Mineral, Soda Potass Lithia, and other Waters. 21, HIGH STREET (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE), RHYL. WILLIAM JONES having taken the above premises (lately carried on )y Mrs THOMAS HUGHES in the Drapery business) legs to intimate to the inhabitants and visitors of byl and neighbourhood that the establish wt 711 henceforth be conducted in the GROCERY JJUSINK6S Groceries and Provisions of the finest qualitie wil be sold the lowest poseibie prices. Note the Address:— 21, HIGH STREET (OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE) 62—279 RHYL. FRIEND OF ALL! HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. "?. Purity of Blood Essential to Life, Health and Strength. These Pills surpass all other known Medicines for Purifying the lii.uoD being safe and yet effective, they are available tor all as a Domestic and Household remedy. In congestions and I obstructions of the LUNGS and Lii-FR, they quickly remove the cause of the di^ase, and in constipation and disordered co"ditioC1 of the UOWELS, they act as a cleansing aperient. re.n i\ Iu_r irritant l11:ltter from the inte>tinal canal, and 1 _4 s. relieving spasm*, cramps, and painful gripin=-s. Bilious Headaches, Nausea and Foul Stomach, Loss of Appetite, and Lowness of Spirits, The r-1eansin: properties of these Pills S00n produce It pntÏerftd change in the constitution, removing all excess of bil", headache, palpitation, pains after eatinp, and giddiness. They re-tore the appetite, clear the complexion, and improve the general health. The Mother's Friend. Females' Specifics. Kvery Mother of a Family should know the yalue or the PjJ! ;n removing all accumulations and restoring suspended or perverted sccretions at various critical periods of female life they arc useful beyond measure they can he taken safely by females of all ages, and are invaluable in ail children's complaints. Sciatica, Lumbago, and Obstructions complaints. Sciatica, Lumbago, and Obstructions of the Kidneys. I If tbese Pills be taken regularly every night, in strict accordance with the printed directions the most obstinate ca-es will soon yield, the secretion from the kidneys will become clear and limpid no function of the body should be more carefully watchen; most serious consequences ensue from neciect in this respect. Debilitated Constitutions, Trem- blings, and Loss of Nervous Energy. These Pills are unsurpassed as Nervine Toiiics they correct ail irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically on the functions of digestion, that the "A'hole body is revived, the blood is purified, and the muscles become firmer and stronger; therefore sufferers from Kervot s Weakness 15 every form should give them a fair and honest trial. The Pills and Ointment are so! at ProCess » HOLLOWAA Establishment, 533, Oxford Street, London, also by "early every respectable Vendor of Medicinc throughout the Civilisea Worid. in Doxes and Pots, at is. lid S, gel, 43. 6d" us., 2Z". and 33s. each. Full printed directions are affixed to each Box and Pot, and can be had in any language. N.B.—Advice can be obtained, free of charge, by applying at the above address, daily, between tki, Acurs of 11 and 4, or by letr. ,j H. A. STEER, Wholesale and Family w INE & gPIRTT TyjERCHANT, ALE & PORTER DEALER & BOTTLER, 73, HIGH STREET, RHYL. MINERAL WATER DEPOT. STRATHERN & CO., "BIG BOOK." 26, HIGH STREET. B OOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS AND rpOYS, CIRCULATING LIBRARY ONLY 6D. A WEEK AGENTS for W. BROWN & SONS, Steam Dye. r ing and Laundry Works, Whitehaven. I Every description of work executed with despatch and on reasonable terms. WHITE CURTAINS CLEANED from Is. PER PAIR. NOTICE BY Al ESSRS. CLOUGH & CO., AUCTIONEERS. VALUERS. &c., DENBIGH and RHYL. OWING to their Offices in Bodfor Street having to be re-erected, their bu6inesf will be temporarily carried on at GWYNFA VILLA, Where instructions for Sales and Valuatiots will be received and promptly attended to by jyjR. JAMES j^AVIEe. N.B.—From the 1st of May next the business will carried on at the Offices No. 51, Kinmel Street. D /Mxro-H- 'r. Be sure and ask JttOWatt S for one of R OW A TT'S ■q I I LAMPS JL ax-em, and have no other. LAMPS Their Patent SPLIT-WICK ANUCAPNIO and LORNE Lamps are the most Economic Light Pro- ducers from Paraffin or Petroleum Oil. They re- quire no Chimney, and keep the Flame full up till the last diop of Oil is consumed. NONE GENU- ENE but these STAMPED ROWATRS PATENT. Retail from Ironmongers and Lamp-Dealers. Wholesale only ROWATT A SONS, Edinburgh, London, and Dublin WHISKY. VieRy SUPERIOR OLD HIGHLAND SCOTCH WHISKY, IRs to 18s. per gallon. Gives utmost satisfaction everywhere. BEiN. N, POOL, Wine and Spirit Merchant, ANNAN N.B. A FACT WORTH KNOWING. BEECHAM'S PILLS Have now been before the Public Thirty Years, and the rapid sale from the commencement, and the still increasing demand by the Public, is one of the best guarantees to the Nervous and Debilitated. Thmsands, in every sphere of life with one voice pronounced them the best, the safest and the surest for eradicating all those comrViu of which flesh is heir to. They stand without a parallel; and have the largest sale of any Patert Uedtatoe ts th world. BEECHAM'S PILLS ARE admitted by thousands to be worth above a Guinea for Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as wind and pain in the Stomach, sick Headache, Giddiness, Fulne.e,and Swelling after Heals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, shortness of Breath CoBtiveness,Scurvy and Blotches of the skin,Disturbed Sleep Frigntful Dreams, and all Nervous Trembling Sensations, 4c. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no fiction, for they hare done it In Thonsands of cases. The Proprietor of these Pills having obtained (at great expense) a Paientfor them,he challenges the whole world to produced a medicine to equal trhem for removing the above- named complaints, and restoring the patient to sound and lasting health. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try oneBox of these Pills, and they will be acknowledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For Females 01 all ages these Pills are invaluable, a F few doses of them carrj- off all gross humours, and open as that is required. No female should be withoat them. There s no medicine to be found to equal BEECHAM'S PILLS for removing any obstruction or irregularity of the system. taken according to the directions given with each box, they! will soon restore femals of all ages to sound and robust health. For a weak stomach,Impaired digestion, and all disorders on the liver, they act like MAGIC, and a few doses will be found to work wonders upon the most important organ Bin I on the liver, they act like MAGIC, and a few doøes will be found to work wonders upon the most Important organ s In I thehuman machine. They strengthen the whole muscular gyatem,restore the long lost complenon.bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the rose bud of health, the whole physical energy of the human frame. health, the whole physical energy of the human frame. T hese are facts admitted by thousands,embracing all classes of societv, and one of the best guarantees to the nervous and debilitated is that JBeecham's Pills have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the world I BEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH PILLS. As a Remedy for Coughs in general, Asthma, Difficulty in Breathing Shortness of Breath, Tightness and Oppression of the Chest Wheezing, 4c,these Pills stand unrivalled; and ) any one labouring under any of the aty ve complaints, need only to try ON* BOX to prove that th ey are the BEST MI orrssBD T~ THE PUBLIC for Asthir *tic and Consumptive Coucns, aA-Oppression oftheChe' .They speedily remove that sense c i Oppression and Di alt j of Breathing, which nightiy deprive the patient of rest They give almost in. stant relief and comfort to those afflicad with the above distressing, and, when neglected, dangerous compiaints. Let any person troubled with any of the above compiaints give BEECHAM'S COUGH PILLS a trial. g e.kT,-TION .-The public are requested to notice that the words 'Bee,Lam'ti pills St. Helens,' are on the Government Stamp aflixed to each Box of the Pills if not on: they are a forgery. Prepared :¡nly and sold wholesale ana retail bv t ke Pro. prietor T BMCHAM Chemist, S t. Helens, Lancashire, in boxer 11 ",d and 2s 9d each. Sent by post free for 16 or 36 etcn. f» *Jold V i au..agists and Patent Medicine Dealers in the United Kingdom. Every description of Printing Cheaply, Neatly, and Promptly I; Executed. gT. THOMAS'S COLLEGE, RHYL. Founded by the late VEN. ARCHDEACON MOBGAN, 1,11-2 conducted mi the lines laid doteN by hii1'. RESIDENCE—PL ASTIRION TERRACE. PfiiifciPAX: REV. E. WEBSTER, Late Curate of RhyL Sxsios. TuroB W, H. SAMPSON, ESQ., B.A.. London University; Intermed.B.Mus.; Latin Prize- man of University College, London. and Prizeman for Musical Composition of Trinity College,London. PSOFESSOB OF MODEBH LANGUAGES L. H. JUNOD, ESQ. PROFESSOR OF ADVANCED DEAWIKG E. A. NORBURY, ESQ., R.C.A. DRILL IKSTBUCTOB SERGEANT-MAJOR MORRISON. -V LOCAL TESTIMONIALS Frtm the Rrr. TROKAS RXCHASDSON. M.A., rí(!1- of Rhyl. The deep interest which we feel in the pros- perity of the School as conducted by you.—With every kind wish for the miooees of the school." From STFPHRX RoosE, ESQ., Senior Churchwarden or St. Thomas's Parish. I would earnestly wish to remind parents of their obligation to the kindly forethought of the great man (the late Archdeacon Moigan), who founded and originated your College, for the pur- pose of affording the great middle-class an oppor- tunity of educating their sons in Bound religious and secular knowledge, at a moderate charge, at their own doors. And I rejoice that the responsi. bihties have fallen into such jadicioug hands, and heartily wish you all success. I feel certain that the wider your efforts are known, the greater will be your field of labour." Prospectuses, References, &c., from Rev. the Principal. ST- ASaPH QRAMMAR gCHOOL THE NEW SCHOOL BUILDINGS. The school re-opened Jan. 20th, 1885. 1 CLASS has alreadj been formed for the Cam- tl. bridge Local Examination n Dec. 1885 Pupilfc are also prepared for Matriculation and the other University Examinations; for the Preliminary Law and Medical Examinations, for those of the Civil Service, and for the Preliminary Examination of the Royd Pharmaceutical Society. Terms, &c on application. W. EASTEBBT, B.A., LL.D., Head Master the Archdeacon of St. Asaph, Chairman of the Governing Body. B RY N-Y-MOR HOUSE LLANFAIRFECH AN. A thorough preparation for Business and the learns Professions. DURING the past twelve months the Pupils JL7 have been successful at the Examinations of the Royal College of Surgeons, the Incorporated Law Society. Durham University, the Home Civil Service, the Pharmaceutical Society, and the Science Examinations of South Kensington. No Pupil has failed in any Examination. Testimonials from the Archbishop of York, Lords Fitzwilliam, Zetland, Houg-hton, Feversham Wenlock, &c. Mr Robinson has had thirty four years' experienee in teaching at some of the best schools in England. -286 pRCDENTIAL A SSURANOE COMPv (LIMITED), HOLBORN BARS, E.C. lsrny DE8CEIPTI0N OF LIFE ASSURANCE AJTD AIWTTIT BUSINESS TRANSACTED.—REVERSIONS PURCHASED. The amount of Claims paid exceeds Six Millions. The Invested Assets exceed Four Millions. Whole World Licenses granted to Seamen and otbeM permanently engaged on board ship at an extra premium of £1 per cent. Limited Licensesf j: voyages not exceeding beyond 33 degrees north latitude, 10s. per cent. The last ANTTTTAI, AND VALUATION REPORTS can be obtained on application to the Secretary. AGENTS WANTED-Apply to the Superinten- dent for Flintshire and Denbigh, CHAS. BLACKMORE, 6/52 2, Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. RA.TIS.—Sent by post to all parts of the World on receipt of Two Stamps to prepay postage. NERVOUS DEBILITY. INVALIDS' GUIDE BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES FOR THE CURE OF at,T. DISEASES. THE BOOK OF POSITIVE REMEDIES give a full list of the names in English, of all the Positiv Medicines used by a retired Physician in his practice for over Thirty Years. The Name, Nature and Done given; also a list of Diseases for which the Positive Botanic Medicines are a oertain Cure. EVERY HOUSEHOLD, every Man and Woman should Possess a Copy of this invaluable book. IT IS WRITTEN and PUBLISHED to enable Invalids to form a correct knowledge of the disease that they may be suffering from, and to select Remedy and Cure themselves without consulting a Medical Man, either personally or by letter. EVERYTHING THE INVALID should know on self-treatment, how to secure health, a long lile and to avoid the doctor is given in this work. IT IS INDEED, and IN TRUTH, the Invalid's Hand-book and sure guide to the cure of all diseaeea by the Positive Botanic Medicines. OVER SIXTY THOUSAND INVALIDS have been cured by the Positive Botanic Remedies. THREE THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED Tes- timonials given in favour of these Medicines. SEND FOR THIS INVALUABLE BOOK, atd read it before taking Medicine—before giving your case into the hands of a Medical Man. NO WRITTEN STATEMENT OF CASE. NO CONSULTATION FEES. NO PERSONAL VISITS REQUIRED. SELF-TREATMENT IS EASY, SAFE AND EFFECTUAL by following the rules given in this Book. GRATIS.—N OTICE. —The Guide Book to the treat ment of all diseases by the new system of Positive Botanic Remedies may be had direct from the Publishers on receipt of Two Stamps to prepay the postage. -Adclresf,- H. SMITH & Co., POSITIVE REMEDY LABORATORY, 26. Southampton Row London.. W.C. MESRS. 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