HULLO, !f OLD MAN, Vj WHO'S YOUR TAILOR? This is the sort of greeting you are apt to get if we are your tailors. The clothes we make are so distinctive that they evoke criticism and enquiry. We find our customers are our best advertisement-they prove to others the style and quality of our work. LADIES' TAILORING A SPECIALITY. E. R. PARRY, 39, Castle Street, Llangollen. SPECIAL NOTIOE II SUMMER SALE AT OWEN, The Draper, w NOlr oiir, I NEW and UP-TO-DATE GOODS to be CLEARED at Ridiculous] LOW PRICES. TERMS-CASH. BRADFORD HOUSE, CHAPEL ST., LLANGOLLEN. LA Gil# 4' POST CARDS! OST CARDS! OF THE VALE OF LLANGOLLEN & NEIGHBOURHOOD. The following PACKETS are on Sale it the "ADVERTISER" OFFICE, CASTLE STREET. High Jones's No. 1-12 Coloured 4id. 6 Glossy, Brown and White, No. 3 8d. „ No. 8—12 4|d. Seven Wonders of Wales fid. „ No. 3—6 Col'd & 6 Blue Sky. 4|d. Souvenir of Llangollen—10 detachable Black „ No. 4—12 Col'd(6 by Moonlight) 5id. and White, with Pencil, &o., complete 6d. „ 12 Sepia 6Jd. 6 National Series, Welsh Costumes 6d. II 12 Carbonette 6id. 6 Castle Series, „ 6d. Valentine's Series of 12, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 6tcl. ,6 Framed Bordered, „ fid. „ „ 6 Coloured Sid. Valentine's 6 Coloured „ ad. „ 6 Coloured, by Moonlight 3id. Ditto, 6 Coloured Welsh Studies. 6d. „ „ C Glossy, Black & White 6d. 6 Double-sised Welsh Costumes 6d. 11 Glossy, Coloured (splendid value) Is. Memorio P.C., containing 12 dainty views 3d. 12 Ditto, unglossed 6d. Giant Postoard, Black and White each 3d. Tuck's Chromette Series of 6 6,d. Ditto, Colomred each Id. 6 Real Photos 6d. The Panelette, „ .eaoh 2d « Glossy, Black and White, No. 1 6d. The Dainty, Black and White .eaoh Id. In additiea te the abeve, • considerable number ef ether Catds are sleeked, iMludi«g LOCAL COMICS, at 4 HUGH JOlES'S. "ABVERTISER" OFFICE, CASTLE STREET. DON'T FORGET THE GRAND BAZAAR To be held under Distinguished Patronage at THE PAVILION, LLANGOLLEN, On OCTOBER 6th, 7th and Sth, 1909. Proceeds in Aid of the Welsh Congregational New Chapel Building Fund. (19642) THE WELSH COAST PIONEER CONTAINS MORE SMALL ADVTS THAN ANY NORTH WALES PAPER. ITS CIRCULATION IS THE LARGEST ON THE COAST. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Wanted, To Let, On Sale, etc., Advertisements, 24 words for 9d.; three insertions, Is. 6d. TO LET, Several Good Workmen's Cottages. JL Also, Large Coach-house and Room at Birch Hill, adjoining main road to Golf Links. Apply-M. H. ROBERTS, Bryndedwydd, Llangollen. L194311 BODAWEL, Market Street, Llangollen, to D Let. Apply-Mr. STEPHEN ROWLANDS, Castle Street. rpo LET, No. 3, ARVRYN, Llangollen. JL Apply—W. G. DODD, Penybryn. TO LET, 22, WEST STREET, Llangollen— Parlour, Kitohen, Back Kitchen, Cellar, 4 Bed- rooms, Bathroom (h. & c.), Outhouse and Yard, usual Offices. G. E. FussELL, Ruabon. (19197) TO LET, HOUSE, No. 19, John Street, Llangollen. Apply to JAMES CLAKKE, 11, Bridge Street, Llangollen. (19254) TO LET, the pleasantly-situated Detached villa residence, PENYMAES, Llangollen. Rent, JK23. Also Building Plots. Apply-Mrs. HUNT, 22, Laurel Road, Birkenhead. [19278J TO LET, LABURNUM VILLA, Hall Street. Apply—Mr. LLOYD JONES, Glanafon, Llangollen. (19284) TO LET, LOCK-UP SHOP, suit Grocer or Butcher. Apply—E. Evison, Aqueduct Hotel, Vroncysylltte, Llangollen. (19611) "rO LET from 29th September next Detached L Villa called" LLWYNAFON" situate on Birch Hill, Llangollen, containing 2 Sitting Rooms, Kitchen, Pantry,Wash-house, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, W.C., and good Garden. Apply-Messrs. Jagger and Clement Jones, Solicitors, Wrexham. (19614 TO LET, in November, HOUSE & SHOP (Central BuildiDgs). Apply—RICHARD EDWARDS, Springfield, Llangollen. (19635) TO LET, OLD SWAN HOUSE, Carrog— seven-roomed House, Kitchen, etc.—oak flooring and staircase, plate glass. Fine view. Two-roomed Cottage attached. Apply-Owner, The Red House Carrog.  PENTREFELIN WORKS. GIRLS & BOYS, from 14 to 18 years of age, Wanted immediately for light work; must be smart and of certified respectability. Apply at the Works on Saturday, 23th instant, between 2 and 3. Forewoman, perfectly reliable, and from 23 years of age, also required. (19654) WANTED, Unfurnished House with Garden, 6 or 8_ rooms, near river, at Glyndyfrdwy, Llandrillo or Llandderfel. Rent strictly moderate- W., Advertiser Office. (19657) YtT ANTED, a Housemaid-Waitress. Apply Tr Mrs. FOULKBS-JONES, Arosfa, Llangollen.  WANTED, a Respectable Youth, to the Grocery Trade. Apply—PBITCHABD & SON, Feathers Shop, Cefn. ✓ WANTED, a Sharp Lad as APPRENTICE TO GENT CLOTHING and OUTFITTING. Apply, Parry, 39, Castle Street, Llangollen. ( ) ILFRACOMBE.—Ideal Devon Holiday Resort i- where the sun sets late. Cheap Coaching, Steamer Trips, etc., Free Bathing and Concerts. Beautifully Illustrated Official Guide Free (Postage 2d.), Town CLEBK.—For Apartments try a Shilling Advertisement in the Ilfraeombe Gazette. rpo BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY, JL ASHFIELD TERRACE, situated in Regent Street, LIangolIeB. Apply-EDWIN JONES, 46, Ash- field Terrace.  FOR SALE, PIANOFORTE — Handsome Burr Walnut Case, Massive Carved Trusses, in splendid condition. Cost owner 50 guineas. No reasonable offer refused, Apply—X.Y.Z., Office of this paper. (19651) TO PHOTOGRAPHERS—Imperial Ordia- ary Plates, and Imperial P.O.P., Is. packets for 6d.; Small Dry Plates, l^d. per packet to clear, at HUGH JONES'S, Castle Street. >ARDS and SLIPS bearing the words—House i to Let, House and Shop to Let, Room to Let, Garden to Let, Mind the Paint, Registry Office for Servants, Dressmaking, An Apprentice Wanted, All Spirits sold here are deluted, &c.; on Sale at HUGH JONES S Castle jStreet. AiM, Notice before proceeding into County Coert. Will Forms, ha.
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THE LATE SIR THEODORE MARTIN. REMAINS REMOVED FROM BRYNTYSILIO: IMPRESSIVE SCENES. FUNERAL IN LONDON. The remains of the late Sir Theodore were re- moved to London on Friday for interment in the grave of the late Lady Martin. For two miles along the banks of the Dee the rOAd was lined with sympathisers, and blinds were drawn at all residences along the route. A brief service was conducted at Bryntysilio by the Rev. J. S. Jones, Llantysilio. The body, enclosed in a lead shell and coffin of massive oak, was then borne by eight ten- ants to the hearse. The coffin plate bore the inscription Sir Theodore Martin, C.B., K.C.V 0. Born September 16, 1816 died August 18, 1909." At the gates a funeral cortege of many carriages was formed. Tne mourners included Miss Saville, the Misses Elias, London, the Misses Thomas, Llantysilio, Dr. Richard Williams, Mr. Cullimore (executor), Captain Best, Mr. Dyke Dennis, Mr. Arthur Harrop, Mr. G. M. Jenkins (secretary and general manager of the Glyn Valley Tramway), Mr. Ralph Darlington. F.R.G.S., Alderman W. G. Dodd, the Mayor of Wrexham, Mr. T. C. Davies (Chairman of the Llangollen Urban District Coun- cil), Messrs. Richards, Llangollen, and many others. At Llangollen (where the funeral arrangements were carried out by Messrs. Edward Evans & Sons, Parade-street), the coffin was placed in a special saloon and attached to the express train, which left shortly after noon for London. Paddington was reached at 5 20 p.m. Mr. Bernard Wicks, a late partner of Sir Theodore and a number of personal friends, were present at the station to re- ceive the remains, which were accompanied on the journey by the ladies who had attended Sir Theodore in his last illness and his personal servant. The coffin was conveyed from the carriage to a hearse, and the attendants and friends took up their positions in several carriages which followed. The body lay for the night at Sir Theodore's residence in Onslow Square. The funeral took place in London, on Saturday. Shortly before noon the funeral procession set out from Sir Theodore's house in Onslow Square for St. Peter's Church, Cranley Gardens. The coffin was covered with flowers, of which so many had been sent that a second hearse was required to carry them. At the church the funeral procession was met by Canon Edgar Shepperd, Sub-Dean of the Chapels Royal, and the Rev. Henry Dann. The pall-bearers were the Poet Laureate, Mr. William Blackwood (the Edinburgh publisher), Mr. H. I Cameron, Mr. John Cullimore (Chester), Sir Archi- bald Geikie, Mr. E. H. Lloyd (Cheater), Mr. J. Murray (the London publisher), Mr E. H. Pember, K.C., Sir Richmond Ritchie, of the India Office (Thackeray's son-in-law), Sir Henry Beyer Robert- son (North Wales), and Mr. W. F. Wakeford and Mr. Bernard Wicks (Sir Theodore's partners.) The King was represented by one of his Grooms-in- Waiting, Sir John Lister Kaye. Others present included Mrs. John Murray, Mr. T. E. Kebbell, Mr. Sidney Cuthbert (British Honduras), Colonel Stanley Cuthbert (of Edinburgh), Dr. Theodore Martin Cuthbert (Newport, Shropshire), Miss Dalrymple (cousin), Mrs. Thorpe (niece of Lady Martin), Miss Saville and Miss Jean Saville, Miss Normancon (also nieces of the late Lady Martin), Lady Abercromby, Dr. Rd. Williams (Wrexham), Major Elias, Miss Eleanor Elias, Mr. Frank Hob- son, Mr. G. R. Jebb (Birmingham), Captain Best (Vivod, Llangollen), Mr. Duncan Forbes (repre- senting the family of the late Mr. J. S. Forbes), Mr. J. Nicol (City Chamberlain of Glasgow, represent- ing the corporation of that city), Mr. Dixon H. Davies (representing the directors of the Great Central Railway), Mr. 0. Hawksley (past president of the Institute of Civil Engineers),Mr. Sidney Low Mr. V. S Brassing ton (of the Shakspeare Memorial Library, Sfcratford-on-Avon), Mr. Sidney Lee (chairman of the Shakspere Birth place Trustees), Mr. W. H. Richardson (representing the Dante Society), Major General Owen Jones and Colonel Cornwallis West. The service at the Church was short and simple. In addition to the opening hymm, Abide with me," the choir sang On the Resurrection morning." The The Nuno Dimit- tis was sung at the coffin was borne out of the church. The interment took place at Brompton Cemetery. Sympathetic messages were received from Princess Christian and Princess Henry of Battenberg. PUBLIC REFERENCES. At Llantysillio Church, where Sir Theodore Martin attended on Sundays and where, up to re- cent years, he invariably read the lessons, a memorial service was held on Sunday. Appro- priate hymns were sung and, at the conclusion of the service, the Dead March from Saul" was played. In the course of his sermon the Vicar, the Rev. J. S. Jones, Rural Dean, said We are remind- ed to-day of the passing away of one who was for a number of years a fellow worshipper with us in this church. For many years he took a prominent part by reading the Lessons with much earnestness and deep religious feeling. We shall greatly miss the familiar voice and the impressive manner in which he gave utterance to the Divine Word, giving by his rendering of it often a new and a fresher interpretation to many a passage of the sacred volume. We shall mise,nim greatly on that account. We shall miss him also as an interesting personality, and as one who had high and noble ideals with regard to moral and religious duties. He was a firm supporter of religious teaching in our day schools, and was a strong believer in a national recognition of religion. In short, he was on the side of all that was highest and best both in Church and State. It is always a sad realisation when men with noble aspirations and deep conoionanesa of what is highest and best pass away from us to the spiritual world. We can ill afford to lose the presence of those who endeavour to uphold what is good and great in the traditions of our country. One after another of the great men of the Victorian era have disappeared from oar midst. Thackeray and Dickins, Tennyson and the poet Browning, who for several consecutive weeks was a worshipper in this Church, and whose life is commemorated by that tablet placed to his memory by his friend L%dy Martin. All these great men have passed away, and to-day we mourn the loss of another illustrious Victorian writer. Sir Theodore Martin died full of years and honours, and we specially regret his death here to-day because of his close connection with this neighbourhood and his warm attachment and love for this church. If we look around us we shall find certain marks of his loving care. He erected oar east window as a thank-offering for blessings received; he gave us the church organ, and in other ways helped to keep up and beautify the fabric of the church. We cannot forget also the earnest and devotional way he joined in the religious services and the heartiness with which he always sang the Psalm* aud Hymns. One other thing I should like to notioe, anJ that is the faith- fulness and constancy of his attendance at divine service while health and strength permitted. During the last year or two of his life, of course, his strength had gr atly failed, but a year or two before he seldom missed a single service during the whole time he was resident here. This, I think, should be an object lesson and a strong incentive to many among us to be more diligent and con- stant in our attendance at divine service. It we hope to attain the inheritance of Heaven here- after, of which I have spoken this morning, we must prepare for it now while opportunity is granted as, and while the means of grace are with- in our reach. ] After morning service, at Llangollen Parish Churob, on Sunday, Mr. C. Morton Bailey, Mas. Bac., F.R.C.O., played Mendelssohn's Faneral March (performed by request of the late Qaeen Victoria aft hdr funeral), and at the organ recital, after even- song, Chopin's Faneral March, played at Sir Theo- dore's funeral in London. The general meeting of the Brymbo Water Company was held at Wrexham, on Wednesday, when Mr. H. Dyke Dennis presided. The Chair- man referred to the death of their chairman, Sir Theodore Martin, and on his proposition the following resolution was carried This meeting desires to express its sense of deep regret of the loss sustained by the daath of the chairman, Sir Theodore Martin, who has been connected with the Company since its formation and occupied the position of chairman for the last fifteen years. He was always deeply interested in the welfare of the Company, and his presence and services at the meetings of the Company were highly appreciated."
5n toeinoriam. THE LATE MR. MORRIS JONES. The extremely sad circumstances attending the death of the late Mr. Morris Jones, of Dee Farm, Rhewl, and the great popularity of the deceased in the town and district, together with other sad happanings in Llangollen during the past week, has cast quite a g!oj[n over the local community. Mr. Jones, as briefly reported in our columns last week, susoained a seizure whilst in town on Tues- day week. He was conveyed to his home but, although there were abundant indications to show that, from the first, he was fully conscious, he, never regained his powers of speech, and passed away at 8 15 on Sunday night. The deceased, who was 59 years of age, was born at Ty-ceryg, Bryn- eglwys, and was a son of Mr. Dtvid Jones. He came to reside at Llantysilio twenty-five years ago and soon became known as one of the leading' dairy-farmers in the district, his genial presence being familiar for upwards of twenty years as a vendor of milk and other produce in the streets of Llangollen, where he will be sadly missed. Only three years have elapsed since the death of his only daughter, and this proved a sad blow to ths deceased who, as those who knew him well assert, had never been the same min since" The deceased was a true-hearted friend and to those who were nearest and dearest to him—the bereaved widow and her two sisters, Mrs. T. Hughes, Green- field House, Llangollen, and Mrs. Ezra Jones, Preetatyn—the deepest sympathy is extended in their great sorrow. The funeral took place on Tuesday and, on account of the shortness of the time, the provisions of the New Act could not ba taken advantage of, the interment being made in Llantysilio Churchyard. The Rev. Wm. Foulkes (Calvinistic Methodist minister-of which denomin- ation the deceased was a life-long member) offici- ated at the service held at the house and the Rev. J. S. Jones, Vicar of Llantysilio, at the Church and at the graveside. The following milk dealers of the district acted as bearers Mr. Llew. Rowlands, Tanybwlch Mr. E. Vaughan, Cilymedw Mr. J. Bailey, Maasmawr Mr. Hugh Croft, Penybryn, Llangollen Fechan; Mr. John Williams, Abbey Farm and Mr. Herbert Jones, Tower Farm. The principal mourners were Mr. T. Hughes, Green- field House, and the Rev. Ezra Jones, Prestatyn (brothers-in-law); Mr. D. O. Jones, Nannercb (nephew) Mr. David Griffith, Bangor Mr. Robert; Griffith, Rhewl Mr. David Roberts, Rhydonen (brothers-in-law) Mr. D. Jones, Ty-ceryg Mr. J. Jones, Maesllan, Ruthin; Mr. Robert Evans, Mr. William and Mr. Bert Evans, Oakdene, Llangollen Mr. John Jones Mr. Maurice Emyr Jones, Chester Mr. Lloyd, Gwyddelwern; Mr. Samson, Ruthin Mr. Thomas, postmaster, Llangollen Mr. R. M. Davies, Garth Mr. Arthur Davies Mr. J. Hughes, Penycoed, Ruthin Mr. Hugh Richards, San," Glyndyfrdwy; Mrs. Pugh, Pengwern Miss Roberts, Glasfryn; Mrs. Littlejohns, Trevor; Mrs. Bailey, Maesmawr Miss Dilys Jones, Dee Farm. There were no flowers by request," but Mrs. Dr. Ivor Thomas, Liverpool, who had shown great kindness towards deceased during his illness, dropped at bunch of sweet peas on the coffia as it was being lowered into the grave. A large and thoroughly representative gathering of the general public followed the remains to their last resting place, The coffin, which was of solid oak, with brass far- nishings, was supplied by Messrs. D. Davies & Sons Messrs. Morris & Hughes, Llangollen, being the undertakers.
JBtrtba, lbirriagco AnD 1Deatbe. BHMTNa. August 23rd, at Geufron Cottages, Llangollen, the wife of Mr. Thomas Edwards, of a son. August 22nd, at 33, Rockland road, Waterloo, t<? Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Jones, a daughter. MARRIAGES. August 25th, at Pontcysylltau C.M. Chapel, by the Rev. Hugh Jones, Tyldesley, (brother-in-law to bride), and Mr. James Clarke, registrar, Mr. Richard Mael- gwyn Davies, schoolmaster, Aberystwyth, to Miss; Mary Elizabeth Jeffreys, of Pontcysylltau. August 25th, at Pontcysylltau C. M. Chapel, by th. Revs. Wm. Elias Williams, Penygroes, and Ellip Isfryn Williams, Rhos, and Mr. James Clarke, regis- trar, the Rev. Griffith Gwynant Owen, to Miss Julia- Watkin Jeffres-both of Poncysylltau. August 16th, at Park-road Welsh Congregational Church, Liverpool, by the Rev, D. Stanley Jones, Carnarvon, Mr. Picton Davies, editor of the Heraldp Carnarvon, to Miss Jennie Jones, Gelert-street, Car- narvon. August 26th, at the Parish Church, Llangollen, by the Revs. L. D. Jenkins and J. E. Hughes, Mr. C. H. Watson, Benjamin-road, Wrexham, to Miss M. A. Howells, daughter of Mr. C.Howells, Mount Pleasant, Garth, near Llangollen. n EAT US. August 23rd, aged 47, Mary Ann Williams, beloveot wife of Mr. Charles Williams, coal merchant, Royal View, Llangollen. August 22nd, aged 3 years and 6 months, EtineA Ellin, fourth daughter of Mr. Hugh Richard Hughes, joiner, (to., Rose-place, Market-street, Llangollen. August 20th, suddenly, at Oaklands, Abbey-road, Llangollen, Mrs. Webb. August 22nd, aged 59, Mr. Morris Jones, Dae Farm,, Llantysilio. August 16th, after a long illness, Jane, beloved daughter of the late Mr. W. T. Owen and Mrs. Owen, Plas Isa, Llandderfel August 23rd, aged 79, Mrs. Mary Phoenix, Arenig- street, Bala. August 14th, aged 71, Mr. George Roberts, of Oswestry. August 19th, at Llangollen, E mma, beloved wife of Mr. John Booth, of 76, Christchurch-road, Strethaos Hill, London.
In MemoriAm. In loving memory of MART, the dearly-beloved wife of James Pye, of Churoh Lane, Aughton (late of Cymmo Farm, Rhewl), who departed this life August 21st, 1908. Day by day we all do mixs her, Words would fail our loss to tell, But in Heaven we hope to meet her, Never more to part again. Gone, but n -4 forgotten by Husband and Children. [196661 ■SSHMMHSaaMMMHSMHHSMSf
MB. CHARLES WILLIAMS & FAMILY BEG to thank all friends for their kind sympathy and floral tributes. Royal View, Llangollen. (19672) Printed yabtisiied evefy Fridar Morning by Mw proprifie. Heron loxas, at his Prating Wmtka, C*MU«-sti*et, Lhm- goUM, ia th* Mwnty itt Oeakica, Annot 276b, ttM. Aft OrdeM, Advertisements, a*d art requested to be eddiessed te ths "Advertiser Odfeee, JUaagetye*.
CYMRO. CYMRU a CHYMRAEG. DWY BRIODAS DDYDDOROL. Yn Mhontcysylltau, ddydd Mercher, priodwyd Mr. Richard Maelgwyn Davies, ysgolfeiatr Aber- ystwyth, a Miss Mary Elizabeth Jeffreys, Pontcys- sylltan, pryd y gweinyddwyd gan y Parch. Hugh Jones, Tyldesley (brawd-yng-nghyfraith y briodas- ferch). Rhoddwyd y briodasferch ymaith gan Mr. John Evans, Llanfyllin. Refyd, priodwyd y Parch. Griffith Gwynant Owen, Pontcysylltau, a Miss Julia Wbtkins Jeffreys, chwaer yr uohod. Cylym- wyd hwy gan y Parch. Wm. Elias Williams, Peny- groes. a darllenwyd rhanau o air Daw gan y Parch. E. I*fryn Williams, Rhos. Rhoddwyd y briodas- ferch ymaith gan y Parch. Hugh Jones, Tyldesley. Eisteddodd nifer mawr o wahoddedigion i'r arlwy briodaeol yn y Bont. Ymadawodd y par cyntaf am en mis mel i ran arall o Ogledd Cymru, a'r ail bir i Ardal y Llynau, Gogledd Lloegr —y ddau ynghanol dymuniadan gorea pawb o'u oyd- nabod. Yr oedd yr anrhegion yn lliosog a gwerth- fawr.