flNQTMT & AMERICAN DENTISTRY. F I Mr. FRANK H. TACEY, Attendi LLANGOLLEN EVERY TUESDAY, from 10 ajn. to 7 p.m., At Mrs. ROBERTS'S, Hendre, Market Street (over the Star Supply Stores, Oastle Street). r Painless Extractions!! Crown, Bar and Bridge, Fillings, Re-makes, etc. Upper and Lower Sets I Advice. from 21 Is. I Satisfaction Guaranteed. WREXHAM, EVERY DAY, 9 30 a.m. to 7 30 p.m., POPLAR HOUSE, REGENT STREET. MONEY LENT PRIVATELY £to to £ 1,000. To all responsible Householders, Farmers, and Business Men, on Simple Promissory Note. THE Advance can be paid back by Monthly, JL Quarterly or Half-Yearly Instalments, or, if desired, can remain out for five years, by paying interest only. Distance no objection. Interest and repayments the Lowest in the country. It will cost nothing to enquire, but may save borrowers many pounds. Strict privacy and straight-forward business guaranteed. Borrowers paying heavy interest elsewhere are invited to apply to us, when existing loans are paid off, and larger advances are made at much lower rates by applying 'for free prospectus to the Old Established Firm— The National Advance and Investment Society, Ltd., 19, QUEEN STREET, WREXHAM, 31, EGERTON STREET, CHESTER, 10, KING STREET, OSWESTRY (Attend Wednesdays, 10 to 5 p.m.), 13, WHITECHAPEL, LIVERPOOL. HEAD OFFICE 41, CORPORATION ST., MANCHESTER. Established 1887. Nat. Tel., 6066 City. (m652) HALF-PRICE TO CLEAR. YED SPE HENiiY LAURANCE'S IMPROVED SPE f., r ACLEB are soientifioally adapted to tie cLtferert defects of vision, and are a boon to the so needing Optical Assistance. LAIBZEiS B-LANCHARDIS PILLS Are unrivalled for all irregularities, &a. they speedily afford relief and never fail to alleviate all suffering. They supersede Pennyroyal, Pil Coohia, Bitter Apple &o. "BLANCHABD'S are the Best ofall Pill Is for Women," Sold in boxes, Is. lid, by BooTS' Branches, and at Chemists, or post free, same price, from Leslie Martyn, Ltd., Chemists, 34, Dalston Lane LONDON. Free Sample and Valuable Booklet, post free,lid. stamp (m7501 THE VISITORS' EMPORIUM. t i7 Our Stock has now been replenished for the Season, and Visitors will find all their requirements provided for in the Fancy Goods, Stationery, Book and View Lines. LEATHER GOODS. Khw STOCK of Lady's Hand Bags in Leather, Suede, etc., all shades. Autograph Albums, 6id. upwards. Writing Cases from Is. upwards. Music Cases, Manicure Oases. Lady's Companions. ThA Soldiers' Pocket Companion, containing Comb, Mirror, Tooth Pick, etc., 6id. and Is. Card Cases, Cigarette Oases & Purses. STATIONERY, ETC. The Tripple Crown Linen Stationery Pads, containing Pad and 50 Envelopes, in all shades, only 7id.-very Special Value. Large Selection of other Pads. Boxed Plain & Fancy Stationery. Dish Papers, Dessert Papers (6 Dozen for 4 £ d.), Dish Frills (Id. each), Cutlet Frills (6id. per box), Sweet Cases (assorted colours, 50 for 3id.), Ham Frills. Paper Afternoon Tea Cloths (Id. each), Paper Table Centres (in all Colours, 61d. each), Serviettes (25 for 6 £ d., -0 fOT Is.). Framed and Unmounted Views at all Prices. A Fine Assortment of Pictorial Postcards. Large Selection of Frames, from 6!d. to 2/6. GUIDES and MAPS. Novels at 3-2id, 7d, & Is.; 6s, Novels at Half-Prioe, A Call will Oblige. HUGH JONES, "Advertiser" Office, Llangollen.
FATAL ACCIDENT AT RUABON CLAYPIT. While working underground in a claypit at Acrefair, near Ruabon, David Richard Davies, of Delph Cottages, Acrefair, was fatally injured by a fall of roof, and at the inquest on Friday Mr. D. H. Matthews, his Majesty's Inspector of Mines, suggested that additional precautions should be taken in future of fastening the bars together to prevent them from sliding out of position. Mr. Thomas (underground manager at the Delph claypit) said the suggastiou couid be adop- ted, but the cost of timbering was very high. The Coroner said the safety of the men was the first consideration, and if the inspector's sugges- tion was not adopted and another fatal accident occurred awkward questions would be asked. Mr. Thomas said the suggestion would be car- ried out. The jury found that no one was to blame, and returned a verdict of accidental death. »
DENBIGH FREE CHURCHES AND I SUNDAY LAROUR. The Denbigh Free Church Council have dur- the week entered a public protest against two forms of Sunday labour. The first was addressed to the borough justices requesting them to exercise what powers they possessed to stop the crying and sale of newspapers on Sundays. Superintendent Woollam, on behalf of the police, said the papers were delivered to order, and as they were not "cried" in the streets no offence had been committed. The Bench therefore took no action. The second protest was consdered on Friday by the Town Council. This was an objection to the watering of the streets on Sunday mornings, the Free Church Council stating that they considered this form of labour detrimental to the morals of the Town. Councillor Robt. Owen moved a resolution in favour of discontinuing the practice, and this was seconded by Councilor Llewelyn Jones. Councillors C. Cottom, D. E. Jenkins, and W. O. Jones strongly urged the Council to continue the watering on the ground of public health. In replying, Councillor R. Owen expressed sur- prise that a minister of the Gospel, like Mr. Jenkins, should speak in favour of Sunday labour. Councillor Jenkins: I am not here as a minister, but, like you, as an ordinary member of the Coun- cil. Only three voted in favour of Mr. Owen's.reso- lution" and it was lost.
» A provisional executive committee, presided by Colonal Cornwallis West, was held at Chester on Satarday to draw up a constitution and submit to the central Association for their sanction, and to draw up a scheme of finance. A Regimental Council and a Regimental Executive Committee will be held in Chester on Monday, June 7th. Mr. D. MacNicholl, Derwas, Abergele, is acting as hon. secretary pro tem.
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