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Sales by Auction. MESSRS. CLOUGH & CO.'S ENGAGE- MENTS FOR MAY. May 11.—Highly Important Sale of Horses,Car- iages, &c., at theRoyal Mewa, Rhyl THE ROYAL MEWS, RHYL. ME&SRS. CLOUGH & CO. beg to announce 1" that Mr JOSEPH W. BROWN, who is giving up the Mews, has instructed them to offer for SALE BY PuBLIC AUCTION, on MONDAY, lIth MAY, 1885, the whole of his valuable STUD of 16 HUNTERS, HArKS & POST HORSES, together with a large number of CARP I AGES -n excellent order, numer- ous sets of HARNESS, HORSE C-LOTHING, and the usual Stable Requisites. Also about 100 hobbets of BLACK OATS, &c &c. Sale to commence p nctually at 1 o'clock. The whole will be on view on and after the 4th May. Catalogues, which will be ready in a few days, may be had on the Premises, at the principal hotels at heater, Wrexham, Mold, Holywell, Rhyl, Den- bigh, Lianduduo, Bangor, Bettws-y-Coed, aud C lwyn Bay and the Auctioneers at their Offices, Vale-street, Denbigh, and Gwynfa Villa, Rhyl. TO BUTCHERS, DEALERS, & OTHERS. GOPFARM, NWMARET, FLINTSHIRE, Situate about 4 miles from RHTTDDLAN, 6 from RHYL 3 from PBSSTATYN, 5 from MoSTYN, and 7 from HOLYWELL. Highly Important and Extensive Sale of THIRTY- FIVE PRIME and RI^E iFAT THREE-YE R OLD BULLOCKS, THIRTY.NINE YEARLING TUPS and EWES. TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, ox TUESDAY, 12 th 0 F M A Y, 1 8 8 5, AT THE ABOVE-NAMED FARM, BY MR. WILLIAM FREEMAN, who is favoured with instructions from H. D. POCHIN, ESQ., to Sell his very valuable and Ripe Fat Stock, com- prising 33 Head of Three-year-old Fat BULLOCKS, many of them heavy weights 20 Fat cross-bred yearling TUPS, in pens of three; 19 ditto yearling EWES, in pens oi five. Lunch on the table at 11. Sale at 12.30 punctually. N.B.—Catalogues may be had of Mr W. CONWAY JBLLL. Spital, Rhuddl-n; and of the AUCTIONE-LB, Red Lion Hotel, Holywell. 2m2— THE GREAT SALE AT ST. GEORGE'S HALL Is NOW taking place, of the Stock of J)RAPERY & TYJILLLNERY Ot J01:N JONES, Bee Hive, Vale Street, Denbigh. Private Sale each day from 10 till 1. Auction at and 6 o'clock. R. HESELTINE, AUCTIONEEE. SPRING CLEARING! HOUSE FURNISHING ( AND "TWi .v GARDEN REQUISITIES! a:—- A LL kiids of BRUSHES" and BROOMS, 1-1. POLISHING COMPOSITION, &c. BEDSTEADS at exceptionally Low Prices. SPRING MATRESSES. COTI ice*, Cornice Poles, Stair Rods, Venetian Biinds. Bassinette Shaped PERAMBULATORS with STEEL Sewing Machines, Lock Stitch £2 10 0 Ditto Chain Stitch.. £ 1 10 0 A. SHEFFIED, 2 -Li I (Late Wright and Sheffiield) 170, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. ~H. A. STEE it, Wholesale and Family "YYINE & GPIRIT" MERCHANT, ALE & PORTER DEALER & BOTTLER, MINERAL WATER DEPOT. 72, HIGH STREET, RHYL .c jypS DAVIES & Q0. RHYL COCOA HOUSE. 40 & 41, HIGH STREET, RHYL, (AD the foot of the Bridge and near the Railway Station), NOW OPEN. Beds and Meals and every accommoation fur Vi-itorp. Large and commodious Rooms for Ex- cursionists, Sunday Schools, Committees, Ac. Terms moderate. Orders pomptly attended to B II S 14 & J 5, HIGH- STREET, r (Opposite the Royal Hotel) RHYL, J-RE SulV OPEN FOR THE SEASON. Hot, Cold, and Tepid Pure Sea Water Baths from '6 until 1U p.m. Sundays, 0 a.m. to 10 a.m. Ozi.r.o nnp Sea-weed Baths made to order. Also well constructed Bathing Machines upon the Bea h for i "h Ladies and Gentlemen EBrRY (0LLEGE, RIIYL. PETN TTAT. The Rev. H. J. COOKE, :\1\ T.O.D., .hirst Placeman at Respon-ions and at jDetrrcp Ex-n: ). Ac"it:Int Curate of Rh; 1. Clascal Mx-ter Rev C. E E. APPLETARD, M A., Found:!tint; Scholar iu Classics, Sidney ftuvex C Cambiidg-.v Math<-■mistical Master—F. H DS MONMOKIINCY, Esq., R.U.I. Foreign Master— M' "SHTR L IT. JTTNOD COUB.^K or INSTRUCTION—English. M .thematic, 1 Natural. Science, Latin, Greek, Freir-h, German, and Drawing. RefT'-nc kindly permitted o Rev. Thoma.- Rirhards on, it A Vicar cf Rhyl nr to Stephen 1 Esq., Senior Churchwarden. Prospectus with of successes of i rnier pupils, &c &c., on app'i'ation to the Piimup-rl VISITORS TO RHYL. I TURKISH AND OTHER BATHS g; can be had at the | J Y TDROPATBIC STATLISBMENTj For Ladies on Tuesday aiui 1n Jay_ moiuings fioxii > u 1 Wednesday froin 2 to u clock. For Gentlemen at all other times lrum 7 a.m. trr 7 p.m. jYo Baths on re* etvmtKTKD. 18"8Drt 8d tor JoiDen', Gardeners., InrMtaiV ifl4 Amttaqim' in, aimpnn 1riUa. (pittle. Aù your lronmODger to ■et yon one: if he.-wo»t,4rop me •' not*. Honourable Mention at Sarin r'xhibitiort, 1B78' and Brons^ ICadal, LozMUm international Mxnib■( i', i«ei. JOHJJ O. MONTSOiTEKU, TsnM>' Shan tor" CHb Mva« We* oitoWrt»rt?lt»o fSttttna* CHb Mva« We* oitoWrt»rt?lt»o fSttttna* Miscellaneous. A WIDOW, midrile-ag .d, w pl1 recommended, desires an APPOINTMENT, either as Housekeeper, or in business.—Address, M., care of Mr HATWOOD, Hairdresser. Rhyl. EDDING GERANIUMS.— A large lM~of Bedding Geraniums on SALE. Good Plants. Cheap.— J. M CORY, 4, Victoria Terrace, irres- tatyn, near Rhyl. OUSES TO LET IN PRESTATYN.—Con"- jnL veniently situatei, within easy distance of Railway station and beach.—For particulars apply Mr E. HTTNT, Laburnum House, Prestatyn. TTTOUSEMAID or Chambermaid (26; requires Situation. Excellent character. Also WAITRESS. Two-and-half year's character. Wages, £ 10.—1(31, Bristol-street, Birmingham. 1 ENERAL (20) requires Situation. Good T cook. Two-and-halr year's character. Waa-es, £ 10.—Edgbaston House, 161, Bristol-street, Birm- ngham. i PARTMENTS-To be Let. near the Beach tirft-elass Furnished Apartments, with every attendance. — Address, Mis E. JONES, Eustou Hou-e, 29, Abbey-treet, Rhyl. HYL PIER REFRESHMENT ROOM, with Waiting Room attached, TO LET for the ensuing season. Also, HO fY, with good front, suitable for Toys, Bookseller, or News Agent. Rents low.—Apply to SECKETARY, at Pier Offices. APARTMENTS. Home from Home; Sei views moderate charges.— Apply, Xa, Ad- vertiser Office. rilO Bbl LET, House and Shop, No. 26, Wei ing- I ton Road, Rhyl, with new Shop-front. The House Contains 1 bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, with a good sized yard. — For rent and par- House Contains 1 bedrooms, Kitchen, Scullery, Pantry, with a good sized yard. — For rent and par- ticulars apply to Mr JOHNEDWABDS, builder, Wel- ington-road, Rbyl. [3a25 A PARTMENTS—well furnished—to be Let from the middle of May, in one of the best parts "f the town. at moderate terms.—Address T," office of this paper. TO LET, a splendid HOUSE — 6, Elwy street, J. Rhyl. Apply to Mr DANIEL EVANS, draper, 31, High-street, Rhyl. TO LET. from the 1st of May, the DWELLING HOUSE and PREMISES, No. 2, Brighton road, Rhyt. The house contains 3 enter taining rooms, 6 bedrooms, w.c., kitchen and scul- lery, china clostt and pantry, with good garden and outbuildings easily convertible into stable and coach-h^use. For further particulars, &c., apply to H. MILLWABD, 54, High-street, Rhyl. GENERAL SERVANT WANTED. One accustomed t) waiting —Apply stxting salary expected, to X, Advertiser office, Rhyl. ARM? SERVICE. tTTOUNG MEN wishing to JOIN HER MA- Y JESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office in the United Kingdom, bo supplied, without charge, with a Pamphlet containing de- tailed information as to the Condition of Service and advantages of the Army, as to 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 ofthe Regular Service they may select. [52—2 FURNITURE, RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES, CARPETS, RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES, BEDSTEADS, RHYDWEN JONES &. DAVIES, BEDDING RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES, LACE CURTAINS, RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY. JJ_ RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES. TTlLO ORCLOTHS j; RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES, GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHERS, RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES, Lr PHOLSTERERS, RHYDWEN JONES & DAVIES. j Showrooms now Replete with New Goods. °- Excellence of quality, ». J Moderation in Prioe, Inspection Invited. JJHYDWEN JOES and DAVIES, 33 h .34, QUEEN STREET. RHYL. 26m9 ^ERVOUS DEBILITY. r^EAFNESS. •' 1,1 NOISES' IN THE EARS, AFFECTION M OF THE EYIJS, and other bodily ailments. Sufferers shouid send for REV. E. J. SILV Eti- TON'S WORK on these complaints (27oth Fh >u- cont lining valuable information. Post free or Six Penny Stamps. None sh'-wld No re the audress, Rr.v. E. J. SILVERTON, 1" to I 19 IMPEEIAL BUILDIN G, LUDOATE Ciaous,1 London, ALE XTIFORA JjlAMILY & | OMMERCIAL J^oTKL. HHTH SrKKET & KLVMR.T, STRERr. HHYL, N.A W AIL • J. WILLIAMS. PKOPUIETOB. j X- ellnat i-OP' •mmod lii n aid good atteii'.iiiiee at dtiictlv mode rate chaig. Wciipmatured Spirits Choi Old Win<#« and good br-md of Cigaiw. PoHtitiJT •■ri'ied on in ail ils brauelies. at the LEX\ J1¡\ & jLUE CAP MEWvS (•■p- posito Ü18.Pv.¡, C ithw:, Hign-st Wedding Equip- ages. Landaus, Broujfhams. Sociables Waggo ettes, .Dosr C'trta, &c., for Hire; MISO SaddleIlovses. Brakes iea' e from the liotvl and Blue Cap Mews to all-places of iutcivst. HEAHSES AND MQUSNINGR COACHES. MONET M AKES "MONET.1 CAREFUL in Stocks uud Shar. are ofien doubled in a ,!av.£lO to £1000 realizes loe same ratio of j'ntit Nou-liability system. Exfl>:• n-tnry I fJ 1; loth Ftlit; guti, and fr-e ddress, GEORGE EVANS < o Stockbrokers, ill 0: 142 Gref«lia;a House. Oil Broad-Street, Lon- >.i ju E C- Y Jt -i- UPHOLSTERER, õ 3, K I X M E L S T R i' T, R H Y L. n.ade to New. New Tvlade to ord: r. Hair -;Y-,)91, F"- -k. and Bprioir 2iaftre.-ses Rej:aired or Ee-made. Dinic.g? uu t Drawing- Room F rnit-ure Repaired and ITpholstcred. All Orders by Post hail .ret;tive prompt att-mion l.J.il.s 1 Every description Of Printing duuu at the 'Advertiser'' Office, i MTimUr, "?J0TO)^8TI t- FOUNDED 1835. I ACCUMULATED FUND. £ 4.000,000. »j •-litVSI'Afr»rJT :?;f>T",T.Yofl'PRoAT»nf PEVrHAftT'LE I M)- vlJiaSTCPEN <S •• T *>■-V. I'iX C. OJTS5 IN'COMK. I Oi'PrCHS—48. QKACKCHLfKCH SXi'.liET, LONDON. B.C. j AOrKKTS M*AVTT.l) WllERS WOT IKPRERESTED. Notices. TN THE MATTER of an ASSIGNMENT for; j, the equal Berefit of Creditors by JOHN AND ANN JONES, of London House, Rhyl and The Bee Hive, Denbigh. All Creditors who have nor. sent ia their claims arp requested to do so to Mr GEORGE MOUNTAIN, Bath Chambers, 39, York Street, Mancheoter, Chartered Accountant, on or before the 25ih instant, or they will be ex- cluded from the dividend.—Dated this 6th day of May, 188o. I SAINT ASAPH UNION. NURSE WANTED. ST7ANTED, by the Guardians of the above- iV named Union, a strong active WOMAN as NURSE for the sick inmates of the Workhouse. Candidates must be single women, or widows with- out encumbrance. Salary, £20 per annum, with lodging aud rations. The person appointed will be required to perform the duties prescribed by the Orders of the Local Government Board, to assist the Matron, aud make het self generally useful. Candidates must be able to .-peak Engii-h and Welsh. Applications in the handwriting of the can- didates, stating age, pres.ut and previous oc- cupation. accompanied by recent testimonials, to be sent, to me nut later than WEDNESDAY, the 27th day of MAY instant, and candidates will be required to attend the meeting of the Guardians at St. Asaph on the followiug day, at 12 o'clock at noon, when the election will take place, but no travelling or other expenses will be allowed.—By Order, CHARLES GRIMSLEY, Saint Asaph. Clerk. 7th May, 1885. NOIICE OF REMOVAL. PRUDENTIAL ASSURANCE COMPANY. MR. CHAS. BLACKMORE, Superintendent of Agents for Flintshire and Denbigh, has REMOVED from 22, Edward Henry street TO 7, EDWARD HENRY STREET. Where the business of the District will in future be conducted. REMOVAL. P. MOSTYN WILLIAMS HAS REMOVED his office from No. 3, Well- ington Chambers to No. 5, BODFOR STREET, RHYL. Audits, Valuations, Agencies, &c" conducted ap before. 6m9 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. F. WILLIAMS BEGS to inform his numerous Customers and Friends that he has REMOVED from No. 8, Kinmpl Street, to larger and more convenient premises, 37, QUEEN STREET, RHYL, Where he will carry on the business of ( FRUITERER. GREENGROCER, & FLORIST POULTRY & GAME DEALER. WREATHS AND BOUQUETS made to Order. Family Orders punctually attended to. m9 NOTICE TO RESIDENTS & VISITORS. THOMAS JONES, 159, Wellington Road, Rhyl, will OPEN at No. 7, ISUSSEX STREET, With a first-class STOCK of PRIME ENGLISH AND WELSH FED MEAT TO-DAY (SATURDAY). NEW ENGLISH. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. OPENING SERVICES. PREACHERS: On Sunday, May 10, 1885, at 10-30 a.m. and 6-30 p.m REV. DR. MACLEOD, Birkenhead. On Monday Evening, at 7 o'clock, REV. H. BARROW WILLIAMS, Wrexham. On Tuesday Evening, at 7 o'clock, REV. JOHN WILLIAMS, City Road. Chester. On Wednesday Evening, at 7 o'clock, REV. JOHN THOMAS, B.A., Liverpool. ENGLISH WESLEYAN CHAPEL, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. TO MORROW RbJ V. W. FOSTER. Will Preach. Service* — Sunday, 10 30 a.m. and 6-30 p.m Wednesday, 7-30 p.m. Prayer Meeting OD Friday at ï -0 p.m. Organist—G. E. Fielding, Esq., Fernleigh. pilRIST QHTRCH, RHYL (PASTOR: REV. D. BURFORD JrOOKE). During the Erection of the above Church, in Water Street, there will be SERVICES AT THE TOWN HALL. TO-MORROW, (SUNDAY) Rev. J. BeFTON, of Nottingham 11 rning at 11 Evening a 030 < Election at each Service. Wo* k-even Si t vi( i; on FRIDAY, at 7 o'clock in Queen-strc t (Welsh) Congregational Chapel 7TNGLI.->TI PRKSBYTERJAN CHAPEL J BHIOUTOX KOAH, RHYL. TO-MORROW, R I. V DR. M A V I E O D, Birkenhead, WILL PREACH TO-MORROW. Services, Morninir at 10-30. Evening ti-30 Collections after each service. J. PIERCE LEWIS, ACCOUNTANT, HOUSE, ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE* AGENT, AURON VILLAS, _w

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