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J y Vpholine LOTION. are for Skin Diseas-s. D YS YRCPTI ); PIMPLES, S. E\i" IKELY F-\Db AWAY L c LY FRAGRANT. P1- RFE TTA CUKES Ol D STANDING SKIN DISEASES. .>, EVERY KI\D OF ERUPTION. f n: BLEMI'H, AND RENDERS THE SXIN CLEAR, SMOOTH, SUPPLE AND HEALTHY. There if scarcely any eruption but will yield tc ul pholiiie in few days, and commence fade away, even if seeminyly past cure. I O diu"'ry pimples, redness, blotches, scurf; r !i;i;iiPS.o, vauidh as if by magic; whilst diiring skin disorders, eczema, psoriasis, a(,Lp, blackheads, scaly eruptions, rosea, prurigo, t itfiT pityriasis, however deerly rooted, Sulph- o iatEuccesi-fully attacks. It destro, q the an maiculoe which mostly cause these unsightly, irrirabie, pniuful affections, and always produces cifMr smooth, supple, healthy skin. "Sulpholine" Lotion is sold by most Chemists. Bottles, 2s 9d. PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON HEALTH, STRENGTH, TOVTP ENERGY- lUlMU GREU BODILY STRENGTH. GREAT NERVE STRENGTH, GREAT MENTAL STRENGTH, GREAT DIGESTIVE STRENGTH- Follows the use of PEPPER'S QUININE AND IRON TONIC. It improves the appetite, pro- mi -tes digestion, greatly strengthens the nerves, iiwreH.xes strength of pulse, gives firmuess to the rn alters pale countenance, supplies deficient beat to weak circulations, overcomes bodily weari- ness and weakn. sc, cures many painful complai.is- lieui Higia, sciatica, &c is a remedy for dj spepsia, B omach affections, &c., and thoroughly reciui o thf- e-alth. Peppers Quinine & Iron Tonic MOST IMPORT\NT ANNOUNCEMENTS A new, smaller size bottle of this valuable medicine is n"w supplied at 2s 6d, thus bringing it in the r nch of all classes, aud greatly preventiug the manv injurious imitations largely offered. PEPPERS TONIC. Insist on having it. Bottles, 5 doses, 2a 6d, next size, 32 doses, 4s 6d. Sold everywhere. > I^T>T>T7T> 5C? THE SAFEST 1; 1 Jr JCvJti O ANTIBILIOUS Taraxacum MEDIDINE AND Podophyllin. FLUID LIVER MEDICINE, WITHOUT RJURY, MADE PRCM DANDELION AND MANDRAKE ROOTS. ■ow u?ed and regularlv precribed by many ians instead of blue pill and calomel for the dyspepsia, biliousness, and all syrntoms of i[; of the liver, which are generally pain tho shoulder, headache, drowsiness, no furred tongne, disagreeable taste h the giddiness, disturbance of the stomach, j of general depression. Bottles, 2s (jd, and 4s 6d. U Chemists. Insist on having Pepper's. kyer's Sulphur lir Restorer. The Safest. The Cheapest. 'HE COLOUR TO G HAY H AIR. STO PS THE T-1 A IR FROM FAD )NALLY USED, GR 1YNESS IS RE MO V E S S J U RF, AND ENT. THE HilR, OAU-ING IT ro "EVER THIN" AND PATCH?, ies, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. Tarnin Trroat Garble. -iiouM be within ;ha reach of all in L *< •; subject to throat aff-ctioas, whether -ry i-el ulcerated, hoirseuess, :n ton-.il* enl-trgel ijvlila, weakened voice, 1 no-e constantly r.peakinyr, siujfiug, or rea^- :v ;sinw the Gargle prevent the huskincs-. loS, and irritition so frequently attendant » n exe-tion aNo of produ;in* uuusuallv sus- .1 D wpra without injury to the mucous sur- i'.t < of t ie threat. i nnia i.-< a great puriifer, and ;:o useful as a mouth wa«h in cases of dissa^reeable b; eath, ari— iTi fr"m decayed teeth, disordered stomach, mouth ulce-afions, or other causr-s. As a cure for ordinary sore thro it, with its usual painful and sometimes dangerous symptoms, the T lnllin Garble is far better than anything. Bottles, Is 6d. Sold everywhere. Pepper's White Cough Mixture, The most reliable, speedy, and agreeable cnre fos coHrfhs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, consumption aud all dit-eases of the lungs and air-passages. I is -oothing. comfoning, and tranquillizing in it' act "n, quito different fram ordiuary cough re inedies AfTordq rel-'ef after second dose. lottles Is ij, and 2s 9d each. Sold by all Chemists. Cracroft's Areca-Nut Tooth Paste < Reg-uIarly used every morning the teeth are kept in beautiful order. All decaying and destructive t,irtar is removed from the enamel, which assumes its ivory-like appearance. CRACROFT'S PASTE. Removes all causes of decay, and will preserve the teeth intact for many years. Branded Pots, Is I etch. Sold everywhere. Cracrofts Areca Tooth Paste. By using this delicious Aromatic Dentifrice the enamel of the teeth becomes white, sound, and polished like ivory. It is axceediuglv fragrant, and specially useful. Get Cracroft's, D.EAFNESS, NOISES IN THE EARS, & Cellar's Essence for Deaihess I alwy" ù,; tr;ed. as in numbers of cases, u: g!y incurable, it has done w ouders. Slight L, -s, obstruct;lons in the years and ttie irices- utnmmg rounds so frequent with affected i are removed. Sold everywhere. s Corns I Corns .uions and enlarged Toe Joints Cured in a few days. ttr's Corn and Bunion Plasters cnly real remedy. They differ from all vhielIs. or compositions By in-.tantly i hecillous surrounding the pain goes at.! ora soon following. Bur ions :.nd en- joints require more time but the action • cc.taia. Boxes, Is ilcl. Sold every- i CHOLINE SOAP. tely refined, chemicaly pare Snap, in. c :emi u-e, but spe«;;aily by tLuso en- litiYH skius. C ni'uion imperfectly j s-entf-i with i juri.-u, u-„vid oils, ■ SiCiU diseases. Col* nt i tilt: to a s' it, pliable, Sulpholiue Soap holds the tir.-t is very pleasant, aud tic; Soap -ablets, 6d each. ] n ts, I -.liousness, e5 Indigestion, I :tomacli Derangements 4 :'J: Dr. KING'S ilio& Quinine Liver Pills {■"I T110 U T MERC i r j, ] on the iiver, it 111.1, wiii'a lioldlv Ji-jat..ire i.l thic can bo de.-iri.d. i Pills purity aud clear th.j entire nv-tem i y i -.ug the liv.jL' from slug^hi)causitj^ ti.e s..a *<;a to piopevlv perioral its ia 'i< i ;■ ui. qat'-lviy i eta'eiy r.-inoviug all o, lie.nai.-iic, d ZJIU ss, oppres'iioas a ciies1: ua ci\, o-> e- > "S nausea, indij^o.-tioii. pa.-in, »e:i-i.vi'.a of ii -aviue,s, and i. rit itiay vr->-i ■ ..ntf-iiijg bi ious attacks and liver der.iu<c;.ieat Bii SURE TO i £ AV^ i). KiN i'S PILLS. SOLD EVERYirilERE. x -— HYDROPATHIC & BOARDING HOUtfE, RHYL. RXCELLENT Billiard and Smoke Room. Terms fro n 35 pet- week, or 6, per d'V. Special -trrafgrraeuis for commercial eut,e[)le[j wh, v\iil _r"q vet-v mr)-i(-rat, No foi- atteil- ,ja, ce Ex-ellent Satu d y to Mou ;iy R sort. DiX'Oimt allowed to Families, Citrgyinen, ijd Medical Men, and thot-e remaining over a fortnight. Consulting t'liysician. Dr. W. THOMAS. Address —MISS CHABLTOX. Manageress. N.B.—Turkuh and all other Baths FREE. TENTH ANNUAL SALE. 4T' GENUINE BARGAINS BOOTS & SHOES AT LESS THAN COST J. AMOS, 8A, SUSSEX STREET, RHYL. Bef: s to announce that his Tenth Annual Sale of Boots & Shoes IS NOW GOING OX, And Ithe whole of the Large and Varied Stock will be aubmitttd at GRFATLY liEDLOED PRICES. XA IN* announcing his Annual Sale,begs # to state that the whole of his Stock will be offeied at Clearing Prices, and that he has n t bought, inferior Goods to make his Sale attractive, but all the goods he A i,l offer will be of the best manufacture, and in many instalces are marked below cost The Goods have bren arranged in Lots, and be- low are a few particulars 70 Paira Women's Strong Lace I;oots- 4 11. Splendid value, and undoubtedly the best of the kind ever offered in Rhyl. 50 Pairs Women's Nailed Lace. A very serviceable and well-made boot. A remark- ably cheap boot at 4,10 per pair. 150 pairs Boy's Strong Nailed Boots, (with heel and t'e plate) 2/11. Worth 4/- J.A. has lon4 bean kuown for the excellence of this class of goods. Ditto ditto 3/11—Worth 5/6. A superior make. About 130 Pairs Boy's Elastic-side Lace Boots various make and new. To effect a complete clearance they will be offered at I cost price. Amos's Celebrated Strong Water-tight Lace Boots, heavily nniled, 6/9. Usual price 8/6. llieae aro a raatvel of cheapness, and are sold at other shops at 12 aud lOi- per pair. 16 Pairs Men's Elasfc Boots at 6/11. Worth 8/- A good fitting buot and a genuine bargain. The same in Lace at 6 9. Usually sold at 7/11. Special !—* J.A's stock of gentlemen's boots is very large, comprising about 850 pairs of the best Northampton make. Each pair will be guaranteed, and will be sold at exactly I cost price. A large stock of gent's low shoes left over from last season will be offered at a great sacrifice to clear. 80 Pairs Ladies' Levant Button Boots— 411. Usual price 5/11. 70 Pairs Lace same nuke and same price. Both the lace aud the elastic are extraordin- ary cheap and will wear well. 90 Pairs Superior Ladias Levant Elastic Button Boots substantially and fashionably made-5/9. Worth 7; 6. Special !-The noted 119 Button and Laea Boots will be sold as usual durmg the sale at 8, 6. These boots are specially made for J.A., are the best value in ladies' b. ots ip Hbyl. There are 150 pairs, and each pair is enclosed in a box. An immense stock of Ladies' Stafford- make Boots and Shoes, and blippers will be "old regard leas of CIst. 400 Pairs assorted sizes and makps of CLi.,i, en's BcttuiJ, Elastie-sido, and Lace iiootd at cost price. Rare bargains. 100 Pairs of Amos's noted Houtle Boots, and Slippel S from 216.-Good make and cheap. 220 Pairs Children's Plain Leather Lace School Boots at 1 10. Worth 2 6. A well made serviceable I oot. The same at 2,9. 25u -pairs Sippcrs and Goloshes (well-1 made) at belo coat, Terms during s1e-trictly Cash. Note the address: Amos's, 8a, Sussex Street, Hhyl. H. A. STEER, Wholesale and Family wINE & SPIRiT MEROHANT, ALE k PORTER DEALER & BOTTLER, MINERAL WATER DEPOT. 72, HIGH STREET. RHYL ENGLISH WTISLEYAN C FT A PEL, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. TO MORROW REV. E. Vi. FOSTER, B A., WILL PERAOH. S,rvict; Sundav, 10 .iu a.m. and 6-30 p.m Wednesday, 7-30 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Friday at 7-30 p.m. Organist—G. E. Yielding, Esq., Fernleigh. pHRIST QHURfH. R H Y L. J (PASTOR: REV. 1). BURFORD HOOKE). Daring tn^ Erention of the above Church, iu Water Street, then- will be SERVICES AT THE TOWN HALL. TO-MORROW, (SUNDAY) REV. D. BURFORD HOOKE, (Pastor.) Will Preach—Morning at 11 Evening at 6.30. Collection ut each Service. W^k-evon Service on FRIDAY, at 7 o'clock in Q '11:'1'11- "tl cd (\V. h) Con ,Ii n',ltp. ti'L a 1 Cl, Ii rel J ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CKAPEL Ó JBEIGIITOX ROAD, Lill-CL. REV. J. EOULKES, Liverpool, WILI PSEACU T0-:iCitU01rR, Services, Morning at Evening G-30 Col 1 OTI 13 a fte r r description Of Priutiug c done at the "Advertiser" Office IPOCKS OR 8HARES BOUGHT OR SOLS AT MARKET PRICES. SPECULATIVE ACCOUNTS OPENED FROM iel PER CENT. COVER. OPTIONS GRANTED AT MARKET PRICES. CLIENTS GIVING REFERENCES ARE NOT REQUIRED TO PAY ANY COVER IH ADVANCE. PROSPECTUS AND INVESTMENT CIP- CULAR FORWARDED HY TH PROPRIETORS. I AND SHARE SROKERS. i I WANTED, until September, in the Neigh- bourhood of Conway, Llandudno, or Rhyl, a HOUSE with 5 Bedrooms and usual Out Offices, Furbished preferred. Address, with rent aud particulars, to 1 M, ALLBUTT &: DAJUIOL, Hanley, Staffs. D t; FIELDS (be- t tweftn two and three acres) in Parsuus' Lane near Railwty Station, Rhyl.—Apply tu OLIVFI. GF.otGK, Esq., Rhyl. 1>0 bE LLT, at COLWYN (close to Railway i Station) a commodious DWELLING HOUSE with Coach House and Stabling. Immediate pos- npd.-ion. Rent 160 pec annum. Apply to OLIVER GEOKGE, ESQ., Rhyl. OMNIBUS for one horse, suit country, hotel, or 0 station, also several wagonettes. A large quantity of wheels, spring*, and axles cheap, at •j <iiea f ABEY'S Coach Factory, 81, Foregate street, Ohester. Ohester. Ohester. C1 AT fLE FENCING—For" S^\LE, 100 Iron ) ( attle Hurdles, 6ft. long, with 6 bars and screws for fixing; quire new. Price, 3s. 8d each, nuriiage paid Sketch sent.—SIANDY & Co., (j, Lively street, Birmingham. F13all 0 bu LE I' from L .dy Day about h-if an acre JL of LAND situated at. Hrvntirion (•*jrr | > io LbiNU uN GOOD SE< U- Rid Y, In Sums from £ 1 "0 upwards.—W. W. PARRY, S olicitor, Brighton Road, Rhyl, and Bursleiii, Staffordshire. OUSES TO LET lX^PRESTATEN.—Ccm- venient'y situate!, within easy distance of lailway station and beach.-For particulars apply to Mr E. iltiT, Laburnum House, Prestatyn. [ollml GOOD GARDEN SOIL on Sale. Also gooi size Garden to be LET, close to town.—Ap- ply to R OWEN, 9, South terrace, Newtown. 4m7 '"f^O LET at South End Villas, Kimnel and X Elwv Street, TWO HOUSES at £ 19 10s rent ,-h. Apply to Mr JAJCES LAVTES, Estate Agent, Rhyl. HOUSES TO LET. — Numbers 2, 6, and 7 South Trrrace, Newtown.— Rent 4/ weekly clear of rrtet3 and water.—Key at No. 1. ARMY SERVICE. yOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MA- £ JESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office in the United K'ngdom, be supplied, withuut charge, with a Pamphlet contaiuing de- tailed information as to the Condition of Service aud advantages of the Army, as to Pay, Deferred Pay and Pensions. Great prospects of Promotion are offered to eli- gible Young Men. Applications can be made, either personally or by letter, to the Officer commanding the Regimen- tal District at Wrexham, or to the nearest Volun- teer Serjeant Instructor or other Recruiter. Recruits, if eligible, can be enlisted for any arm of tiw IteLllar Service t'aej may select. [52—2 3RYNTIRION, RHYL, NORTH WALES, TO BE SOLD OR LET FURNISHED OK UNFURNISHED. THE House stands in about 3 acres of grounds There is a large tennis lawn and extensive fruit garden containing vineries, peach house, forcing pits, melon hou-e, &e. The house contains 10 Bedrooms, Diuing Room, Drewing Room, Morn- ing room, Lady's Boudoir, Billiard Room, and Smoke Room two large Bath Rooms Butler's Pantry, Servants' Ball, House-keeper's Room. Kit- chen, Scullery, Larder. Cellarage, &c. Stabling for five horses, Harness Room,Coach House, Groom's Room, and Dwelling for Coachman. For te/ms, etc., apply to Messrs BAILI Y AND NEEP, 77, Lord otreet, Liverpool, or to 1. KELSO, ESQ., Bryntirion, Rhyl. PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, LIMITED, HOLBORN BARS, LONDON. THIRTY-SIXTH ANNUAL REPORT For the Year Ending 31st Dec., 1884. THE DIRECTORS have much pleasure in pre- senting their Reports and Accounts for the year 1884. The Funds have been increased during the year by the sum of 1862,606: namely, in the Ordiuary Brauch £158,840, and in the Industrial Brauch X703,766, raising the total assets of the Company to £ 4,711,464. ORDINARY BRANCH. The New Busicess of this Branch for the year consists of 11,823 Policies, assuring the sura of £ 1,359,361, aud producing a new Aunual Premium lia,o:iie IOf L3S,580. The Premiums for the year are S238,868 being an increase of £ 45,881 over the ye.tr 1S»3. Ti.e total iucrease fur tbe first three years of the Qaaquetiuiufu is X,97,61 I. The claims of the year amount to il, 2,474. The number of de iths was 644, and 45 Endowment As- surances matured. The rate of expenditure of the Branch slightly exceeds Ten per cent. on the Premium Income. TJIP Lumber of Policies in force in this Branch is 51,835. INDUSTRIAL BRANCH. The Premiums received during the yea- are £ !,6H,516, being an increase of X140 208. The claims of the year amount to £ 1,003,273. The number of Deaths was 126,553. The number of Policies iL force iu this Branch is 6 302,890. The total expensec of the Branch show a reduc- tion in the rate of expenditure of fully Two per cent. ou the Premium Income. General Balance Sheet of th Prudential Assurance Company, Limited, on the 31st December, 1884. LIABILITIES. Shareholders' Capitil 80,028 0 0 Ordinary Branch Funds 1,213,272 12 S Industrial Branch Funds 3,386,524 18 0 Claims under Life Polioies admitted 31.639 5 8 £ 4,711,464 16 4 ASSETS. r> • n t ( £ 250 OOoConsols ) Bruish Government! 00 0u0 xNew 739j483 1 9 Securities [ Taree per C .nts ) Metropolitan Board of Works Stock, City of London Covpora- tion Botd-, and Loans on Muui- cipal and other Rates 1,239,577 0 6 Freehold Ground Rents and Scotch Feu Duties 940.021 11 5 Mortgages 460,577 1 4 Indian, Colonial, and Foreign Go- veru me II t Seeurities 55,668 3 3 j RpYer"¡L'n. 115,422 7 11 Railway aud other Debentures. 307,559 10 7 j Railway and other Share* 20,467 14 10 Freehold aud Leasehold Property.. 107,856 16 8 Lo-'ins ou the Company's Policies.. 12.571 17 2 Furniture and Fittings 22,000 0 0 Loans upon Personal Security 867 16 3 Outstanding Premiums. Agents' Ba- lances & Cash iu hands of buper- intendents 181.817 12 10 Outstanding lutere-ta and Rjuts 52,i99 2 2 Cash —On deposit,OIL curt-aill account aadinhand. 94,6 7 i 16 8 L4,711,461 16 4 EDGAR HG-i-tNE, Chairman. HENRl' uAR.^N, Jtv a PATE, CK FRAS1.R, j Directors- THu. C. DEWEY, t, W1L LIA il 11 UGlI tS, j jUl,iaii'er3- W. J. LANCASTER, secretary. Fcr further particuWs apply to 1m. CiiAS. BLACK il ORE, District SupeimUndent, Edward Henry Street, Rhyl. Kil L liOUXloULi U aAb bO Ji¥TYT 11 H E FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the ji Committee and Subscribers of the above Society will be hell in the rtoud room, Town hall, On THURSDAY NEXT, March 19th, at 7 p.m. to form a C mmittee and elect Officers fur this year also to to ke into consideration the advisability of holding a Dog and Poultry Show in connection with the ct bo ve Society. W. T UIRDLEST01-. E, Chairman J. W. GILBERT, A. L. CLEWS, Hon. Secretaries. \T EKVOUS DEBILITY. DEAFNESS, JL7 XLJISE IX THE EAliS, AFFECTIONS Or TILE EYES, and other bodily ailments. Sufferers should send for nEV. E. J. SILVER- Tü\) ORX on these complaints ('J75th Thou- le sand-, containing valuable information l'oL free j or Six 1 ennv Stamps. None h,ild despair Note the audn ss, R".v. E. J. SlLViiR'lON, 16 to 19., IjtFH.KIAL BviLDINCf. LuDOATK Ct!-CX's. LQNDO, ■i.e. j Sales by Auction. NORTHGATE HOUSE, EAST PARADE, RHYL. A portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURITURE and EFFE TS, of the XI-sses HANDS, who are re- moving from their present house, will be offeied for S LE by HUBLIC AUCTION. by MESSRS » LOUGH & co., ON MONDAY, the 23rd of March, 1885 Sale to commence punctually at 1 o'clock. For further particulars see posters. Estate offices, Denbigh and Rhyl, March 5, 1885. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. SUTHERLAND HOUSE, EAST PARADE, RHYL. ESSR CLOUGTI & CO., beg to announce YJL that they h ive be^n favoured with instruc- tion from Mrs Morgan, to offer the whole of her HOUSEHOLD FURTNITUHE and EFFECTS, for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION on THUBSDAY and FRIDAY, the 9th and 10th April, 1885. Fur- ther particulars in future advertisements. Estate offices, Denbigh and hhyl, March 5, 1885. MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO.'S ENGAGE- MENTS FOR MARCH AND APRIL. March 19—Sale of Stock at the Marsh Inn, Rhuddlan. March 23rd.—Sale of Household Furniture and Effects, at Northcote House, 14, East Parade, Rhyl. April 9th.-Sale of Household Furniture, at Suther- land Hou,e, East Parade, Rhyl. April 10th.-Ditto do. April 13*„b.—Sale of Farming Stock, at Plas Cham- bers. near Denbigh. April 14tb.-Sale of Fat Stock, opposite the Royal Oak Inn, Denbigh ffair Day). Aplil 16th.-Sula of S ock at the Marsh Inn, Rhuddlan. April 17th.—Sale of Household Furniture, at Plas Chambers, DeP i- Denbigh. April 20th.—sale of Freehold Property at Rhyl. April 24th. -Sale of Farm Stock at Tyddyn lssa, Near Bodelwyddan. THE RHYL ADVERTISER May be had from the Proprietors, AMOS BBOTHE*S May be had from the Proprietors, AMoo BROTHZZS I By Post. S. D. One quarter 1 8 Half-yearly 3 4 Yearly 6 8 Deliveredm loun. S. D, One quarter 1 1 Half-yearly S 4 Yearly 4 2 k TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspoidentsare requested to give tbeirnameand addrecs when sending communications. Orders, Advertisements, &c., to be addressed to the Publishers: and all cheques, P. O. Orders,&c. to be made payable to the Proprietors, AMOSBBOTHEES Advertiter Office, Rhvl. To ensure insertion all correspondence should be received not later than noon on Thursdays. We cannot undertake to return rejected manuscript

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