PRESTATYN PETTY AND ADJOURNED LICENSING SESSIONS I These sessions were held on Tuesday, before Dr W T Girdlestone (in the chair), Messrs M A Ralli, R C Enyon, and W H Coward. Mr Giles, Chester, applied for a transfer of the licence of the Royal Victoria Hotel from Mr Martin O'Connor to Mr Whithnell, chartered accountant, Manchester, who had been appointed Receiver by the Court of Chancery. It was stated that certain sanitary alterations were to be made on the premises. The Chairman said the Bench would not grant the licence until they had a certificate to the effect that the work had been carried out. Mr (riles replied that as the matter was in the Court of Chancery there were certain formalities to be complied with. He was prepared to give an undertaking that the work would be carried out. Mr Coward, junior, was called and stated that he was carrying out alterations to the drains at the present time. It would take two months to complete the work. Mr \V C Bell, Sanitary Inspector, corroborated. The Bench after considerable consideration, de- clined to transfer the licence, but granted a temporary authority until November 20th, laying down certain conditions as to the conduct of the hotel, and stipulating that a report as to the pro- gress of the work should be made to them on October 31st at Rhyl Court. The liceuce of the Crown Inn, Ffynnongroew, was transferred to Mr T Bayliss from Mr A Durrance, the late tenant. Mr F J Gamlin ap- peared for the applicant. On the application of Mr J Pierce Lewis, the licence of the Red Lion Inn, Meliden, was trans- ferred (from Mrs Jones, the late tenant,!to Mr W R Jones her husbaud.
Jury Lists. The Jury Lists were passed for the Parish of Dyserth, Gwaenysgor, Llanasa, Meliden, Pres- tatyn and Newmarket.
Alleged Cruelty to a Heifer. Daniel Davies, High Street, Prestatyn, was charged by Inspector Toyne, R.S.P.C.A., with cruelty to a heifer on 22nd August. Mr Joseph Lloyd appeared for the society, and Mr J Pierce Lewis for the defeadant. Inspector Toyne said he saw a heifer belonging to the defendant going on three legs in a field. He examined it, and found that the heifer was in low condition and was suffering from lameness of the fetlock joint. There was a quantity of puss exuding from the leg. The animal had to go about the field to look for food. He afterwards saw the defendant, who said that he knew that the animal was lame, and had been so for two or three months. It was too far away from his house to attend to it. The heifer could not bear any weight on the leg So far as he could see the foot had not been treated. Cross-examined There was an old shed in the field, and the animal had no trough for water close at hand. The cruelty consisted in the defendant causing the animal to travel the field for food. Mr T J Simpson, veterinary surgeon, Ruthin, said the animal was suffering from foul in the foot. There was an ulcer on the limb, and the animal suffered pain in order to get food. The abcess was due to neglect. Cross-examined I did not see any treatment on the foot. Mr J Pierce Lewis said Mr Davies was a very careful man, and had taken care to treat the animal. He also fed the heifer, supplying it with food and water in a shippon. Inspector Toyne had ordered the heifer to be kept in the shippon, but the defendant's veterinary surgeon had ordered it to be released. Defendant said that he visited the heifer twice a day for five weeks, and fed her in the shippon. He had also fed the animal by hand, as she went off her food after having a calf. It was now getting all right. Cross-examined: I deny that the condition of the animal was caused through neglect. Mr J B Linnell was called, and stated that he had seen the animal, and did not consider that the defendant acted cruelly. He was sure that the best treatment was to keep the animal on grass and allowing it to pass in and out of the shippon. By Mr Lloyd I speak from practical experience, and will put my opinion on this point against that of* any veterinary surgeon. I consider that the defendant was too kind to the animal. The case was dismissed.
Drunk in Charge of a Horse. Benjamin Hughes, Gwespyr, was charged by P.C. Cheeney with being drunk in charge of a horse. P.C. Cheeney said he saw the defendant on the Meliden road "as drunk as a man could be." Witness took charge of defendant's horse and drove defendant towards his home. Mr F J Gamlin said the defendant had suffered rom neuralgia and had taken whiskey to cure it. It was not the quantity but the quality. The constable had stated the case very fairly. Defendant was fined 2s (id and 7s 6d costs.
A Heavy Penalty. Roger Jones, cabdrivcr, Gronant, was charged with being drunk and with assaulting P.C. Ed Parry on August ISth. Mr Joseph Lloyd appeared for the police. P.C. Parry said he saw the defendant drunk on August ISth, and on speaking to him defendant struck aud kicked him. His watch was broken, and as a result of the assault he was under medical treatment for 11 days, paying 12 2s. on the account. Subsequently defendant offered to settle the matter for;C l,saying he knew nothing about the affair. Defendant pleaded guilty to being drunk, but he said he knew nothing about the assault. Defendant was fined 2s 6d and 12s 6d costs for being drunk, and f3, with jEt 83 6d costs for assaulting the police.
Weights and Measures Prosecutions. Samuel Williams, coal dealer, Prestatyn, was charged with selling coal in scales which did not contain the quantity specified on the label attached, on August 31st. Mr Joseph Lloyd appeared for the police. Supt Hughes said that defendant had coal in sacks on a lorry, and the label represented that the quantity of coal was lewt. He weighed the coal without the batrs, and found that there were lT Ubs. short. 2 Defendant was fined 5s and 19d costs. The chairman said it was a serious matter and the Bench warned defendant as to the future. Richard Griffiths, grocer, Prestatyn, was charged with selling bread from a cart without having a scales on August 31st. Mr Joseph Lloyd prosecuted. Superintendent Hughes said he had received many complaints in Prestatyn that the Bread Act was not enforced. He found defendant's assistant at Gronant on the day in question delivering bread from a cart. There was no scales in the cart, and the bread was not weighed before delivery. Defendant was fined 5s and 19s 9d costs. Edward Arthur Jones, grocer, Prestatyn, was charged on three informations with using unjust aud unstamped scales, and with selling bread other than by weight on August 31st. Mr Joseph Lloyd prosecuted. Superintendent Hughes said he saw defendant's assistant selling bread from a cart without having scales with him. Defendant here appeared in court, and pleaded guilty to the three charges. Mr Joseph Lloyd stated that it was not sug- gested that the defendant was using the scales fraudently, but he had them in his posssssion. Defendant was fined in all, with costs, f2 17 6d.
Cruelty to a Horse. John Evans, Ffynnongroew, was fined 5s and costs for cruelty to a horse. Inspector Toyne proved the case.
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MR SAMUEL SMITH MEETS THE RHYL WORKERS. Mr Samuel Smith, M.P., paid an unexpected visit to Rhyl on Friday, and met those of his workers who could be called together at the Liberal Club. Mr S. Perks, J.P., presided. Mr SmIth. in the course of his address, pleaded for greater unity among Liberals. He said it could be taken that the Liberal party as a whole was more opposed to the war than were the Tories. He did not blame his friends for the course they had taken, but he had seen from the first that it would be an expensive war. He freely admitted that he had of lat.changed his views, and he had used every eiforu to settle the question, but the feeling had grown upon him that it might have been diffi- cult to have avoided war. It might have been avoided under wiser management, but as it was a question of which race was to rule, it was a very difficult matter. (Applause.) Believing that Kruger wanted to rule the whole of South Africa, he was willing to accept the decision of the war as final and unalterable. (Applause.) The Liberal party had to accept the fact that the Annexation of two States had taken place, and they had not to r get the country to believe that they were going to unsettle it at a later date. (Applause.) It was their duty to tell the country that when a Liberal Government was formed they would not unsettle what had been done. (Applause.) That was the line he took, and he felt that gradually the whole Liberal party would do the same. (Applause.) If the policy was not pursued, the great empire that had been built up would go to pieces. The ques- tion of Imperialism had come before them as it had never come before, and it should not go to the country that the Liberal party did not value the empire. The new Parliament would be confronted with the further fact that the whole country had got to realise the growing hostility and ill-will that was cherished against them by other nations. Un- doubtedly most of the time of the new Parliament would be taken up with the careful consideration of the question of the defences of the Empire. In China they had a different situation to face, and it was impossible for England not to exact reparation for the great wrongs Europeans had suffered. (Applause.) He approved of the policy of the Government in holding on to Peking until there was a settlement on a satisfactory basis. They should see that there was a better Government in China. (Applause.) A resolution of confidence was adopted.
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Although a few showers have fallen locally, and even in some places heavy thunderstorms have threatened the break-up of the weather, the past week may be set down as having been a good har- vest week, and if any harvesting remains to be done in the north midlands it must be in some remote corner out of the track of the Irish harvestmen who have been met with—in small numbers, it is true-in these parts recently. Farther north, acrcss the Tweed, and among the Welsh hills there always remains a good deal to be done throughout October. Perhaps one of the most satisfactory f eatures at the present time is the great improvement manifest in mangolds aud n swedes. Though not covering the ground as they might have done and asconld be wished in som^ I places, the rOJts that have taken kindly are for the most part well grown ind o" L-ood duality. By an oider d;ited the 21st. int, and which came into operation on Monday last, the Board of Agricultuie have revoked their restrictive order with regard to, he removal of live stock in the proscribed portion of Flintshire where foot and mouth disease had broken out. The revocation of the order has been received with feelings of great satisfaction by farmers and agriculturists generally. The measures adopted by the authori- ties, though severe and drastic for a time, have gtamped out the disease.
ST. ASAPH COUNTY SCHOOL. We are pleased to record the success of the pupils of this school at the recent examination of the Central Welsh Board. Seven pupils were entered for certificates, and they all were success- ful, three obtaining Senior and four Junior Certifi- cates, viz.: H N Easterby, T A Jones, and Frank Charles Mallett all passed in composition, English language, arithmetic, elementary mathematics (senior), Latin, French, and geography. Jones and Easterby also passed in elementary science and chemistry and Jones and Mallett in drawing. Jones has also the mark of distinction in arithmetic, in mathematics, and in Latin, and he also passed in history. The four who have obtained junior certificates, viz., W 0 Jones, H M Robinson, H C L Stocks, and H P Williams, all passed in composition, Seripture, English language, history, arithmetic, and geography. Jones, Robinson and Williams also passed in mathematics, Williams having the mark of distinction in mathematics. Jones, Robinson and Williams also passed in drawing, and Stocks in higher chemistry and in music.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital Bazaar. TO THE EDITOR OF THE RHYL JOURNAL. SIR,-Will you allow :me through your columns to thank very heartily on the part of ihe stallholders all thoss who 10 kindly helped us in several ways at the Bazaar for the furnishing of the Royal Alexandra Hospital. It will be impossible to mention all by name, the number is no great and help came from all parts of the country. I think, though, oar thanks are due to Mr Llewellyn Jones who lent us all the wood for the stalls and flag-posts and gayej the carting free of charge, to Messrs Rhydwen Jones and Davies for the mere nominal sum they charged for erecting the stalls, and to Mr W HPritchard who rendered us invaluable services late each night during that week. Also to M Henri Verbrugghen, who came over to play at oar concert, and the Lay Clerks of St Asaph. Over £ 400 was fent to the different stallholders in donatiom. I think I ought to mention the following sums received from the patrons with letters of apology for absence:—Lord Penrhyn, £20 j Lady Penrhyn, £ 20; Sir John Branner, £25; the High Sheriff of Flintshire, £ 20 riir William Tate, 120; Samuel Smith, Esq, M P., 1:10; Lord Kenjon, 15. All the donations will be published in the Hospital Report. I beg to remain, youra faithfully, CLARA 31. MUSPRAIT.
FOOTBALL NOTES. (BY THE WANDERER). THE COMBINATION. I Goals. P. W. D. L. F. A. Pts Wrexham 3 i3 0 0 8 0 9 Oswestry 2 2 0 0 10 0 4 Buckley V. 3 2 0 1 (> 4 4 Chirk 1 1 0 0 5 0 '2 Whiie Star W. 2 1 0 1 5 2 2 Tranuaere B.1 2 1 0 1 3 2 2 Bangor • ..2..1..0..1.. 2..2..2 Newton 3..9..2 Warrington ..1-0..0..1.. 0..4..0 Birkenhead 2 0 0 2 0..7..0 Hudson's »• 3..0..0..3.. 1 ..12 0 Tranmere Rovers had White Stare Wanderers as visitors in a friendly last Saturday.and a hard game was fought. In the first half the Rovers scored twice, and were leading by that score at the interval. Afterwards the Wanderers drew level, but the Rovers came ogaid, and finally won by 3 to 2. *■ Warrington were to have opened their Combination match at Wrexham, but the venue was changed to Warrington. Wrexham were, however, much too strong for the home lot, and at half-time led by 3 to nil. The second half was better contested, but the visitors scored t again, and won by 4 goals to nil. Charlie Aberj»twith, w»» gir«Q a in the Oswestry team at Welshpool on aaiuraay. iur Morgan Owens turned out for the home lot, and put in some effeetive work. The game was fiercely contested, ,and no goals were scored np to the interval. Just before time, Oswestry scored what proved to be the winning goal. By the way, Charlie Parry offered to come to Rbyl this season. COMBINATION FIXTURES (To-morrow):- Bangor v. Hudson's. Birkenhead v. Tranmere Rovers. Rhyl v. Backlev. WarrinRton v. Newton-le-Willows. White Star Wanderers v. Wrexham. Neither Phil Evans nor Lowrie were able to take part in the match against Flint at Rhyl cn Saturday, but Hall very kindly filled the gap in the front rank, and a new back was tried in Bernie Parry, late Liverpool Leek There was a fair namber of spectators fpresent, but it is appareat these friendly games" do not draw. no matter how good the visiting team may be outside of the League First Division. The game was well con- tested, Flint fairly surprising the locals by their dash and energy, and it was a creditable performance for Rhyl to win by five goals to nil. At times the local forwards were a bit lazf, but they will probably "buck- up to-morrow. r Bangor paid a visit to Llandudno last Salurday to play a match for the benefit of the funds of the Swifts Clab. There was not too large an attendance, bat the game was a good one, and Bangor was lucky in drawing -3 goals to 3. By the way, Willie Lewi*, late of Bangor, now of Chester, who is an amateur, has re- quested his transfer from Bangor in the Combination, and has offered to play for Rbyl. Willie's best days are over for football, but there is plenty 'of go in him yet, and he might be of some assistance daring the season. Buckley are putting their best team forward for their match at Rhyl to-morrow. The kick-off will be at 3-15,. and the Rhyl team will be selected from the following; --Robinson, H Jones, H Astbury, S Brookts A Vaughan, T Dalaney, J O Jones. W Jones, Lowrie, Hall, Brete, Matthews, and C Spencer. Mr W Jones will, as usual, at as linesman, and a Liverpool gentleman will be Master of Ceremonies." Sam Parry ia unwell, and cannot play. The Football Concert the other evening was a success, and there ought to be several organisea auring sue coming winter. Pdr E 11 WilliaffiH, who is always wil- ling to assist local!in»titations, very kindly took a very active part in the provision of artistes for the evening, and the arrangements were carried out by Messrs R J Hughes and F Sarsons. two old hands at this game. At the meeting of the Council of the North Wales Coast Football Association held at the Erskine Arms Hotel, Conway, on Wednesday night, the draw for the Senior and Jnnior Cnp Competitions took l £ a £ as Jollows '.—Jnnior Cup—Division 1, Llanfair P.O. v. Holyhead. Carnarvon v. Bangor. Division 2. Penmaen- mawr v. Llandudno Reserve, Llanrwst bye. Division 0, Connah's Quay v. Flint, Buckley bye. Division 4, Rhyl Church Guild v. Holywell Reserve, St. Asaph and -Rhyl Reserve. To be played on ground of first-named Clob on October 13th at 2-30 p.m. The Draw for the Senior Cop resulted as follows- Division 1, Bangor v Rhyl, referee Mr W Carter Ches- ter. Division 2, Bnckley v Holywell; referee, Mr H Darry, Flint. Flint, bye. To be played Dec. 12th at 2-30 p.m. The League also held a meeting the same night and a need to admit Carnarvon, Connah's Quay, and Pen. maenmawr as members ia addition to Rhyl. Bangor, Llandndno, Holywell, Flint, Llanrwst. and Holyhead, ter. Division 2, Buckley v Holywell; referee, Mr H Darry, Flint. Flint, bye. To be played Dec. 12th at 2-30 p.m. The League also held a meeting the same night and a need to admit Carnarvon, Connah's Quay, and Pen- maenmawr as members ia addition to Bhyl, Bangor, Llandudno, Holywell, Flint, Llanrwst. and Holyhead, and a meeting is to be held nest week to finally arrange fixtures. Llanrwst. however, play their opening League Match at home on Saturday, against Holyhead.
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DYSERTH. RED LIOX HOTEL.-The Red Lion Hotel, which is situated opposite the renowned Waterfalls, is now carried on under entirely new management, and special attention is given to the accommoda- tion of tourists and visitors. Headquarters of Cyclist's Touring Club, and every convenience. Wines and spirit of the finest quality. Tariff on application, and special terms for week-end parties. —W. Jones, Proprietor. TREAT TO WORKMEX.—Saturday last was a red letter day for the men employed at the Dyserth Quarries and Lime Works, when Mr Roberts, Bodunig (the owner) invited the whole of his men to a trip to Liverpool, for which purpose he provided a saloon carriage.—Immediately after leaving Prestatyn it was quite evident that the party had determined to enjoy themselves, and glees, songs, &c., were entered into with hearty goodwill throughout the journey, a large crowd gathering near the carriage at Chester Station and appearing to fully appreciate the rendering of the Welsh National Anthem and other songs during the stop there. On arriving at Lime Street Station a move was made in the direction of the High Level Railway, with the view of a visit to the Canada Dock to inspect the magni- ficent Royal Mail Steamer Teutonic, belonging to the White Star Line of American Steamers. And on their arrival at that vessel the party was most courteusly received by the Chief Steward and taken through the various sdloons, berths, cook-house, and last, though not least, the engine and boiler rooms. The party then returned to Liverpool and sat down to substantial dinner, after which a trip across the water to New Brighton was made, and a very pleasant afternoon spent in viewing the tower, promenade, &c. On returning to Liver- pool the party visited the Free Library, Walker Art Gallery, Reynolds' Exhibition, St John's Market, after which an adjournment wa& made to a knife and tork tea, giving ample time to get to Lime Street Station, where a large crowd gathered near the saloon to hear the singing of that good old Welsh tune "Crug-y-Bar." Songs and speeches were the order of the day on the return journey, and before arriving at Prestatyn a cordial vote ot thanks was given by the men to Mr and Miss Roberts, who were present, with three ringing cheers, also to Mrs Roberts for the grand treat and generous way Mr Roberts had provided for their creature comforts during the trip, returning home after a most enjoyable day with every wish for a renewal next year.
ST. ASAPH. MEDICAL SUCCESS.- vV e are pleased to announce that Dr Henry Lloyd, of Arsyllfa, St Asaph, has last week successfully passed an examination held for five days, at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for the degree of Doctor of Medicine (Durham Univer- sity) for Practitioners of fifteen years' standing. At a convocation held at the Castle, Durham, on Saturday, the 22nd inst, the degree was conferred upon him. We heartily congratula.te Dr Lloyd on his success.
Life's Harvest. The sere leaves rustle under foot, The branches, brown and bare, Wave naked arms despairingly— Autumn is in the air Spring's promise, Summer's blossoms, Alike have come and gone, And nought but withered flowerets Tell of the glories flown. After I hear the reaper Call cheery to his mate, I see the golden harvest Borne through the swinging gate; Ah me t what have I garnered Through Spring and Summer's reign ? A harvest of sweet memories, A sheaf of bitter pain. A heart, bowed down and daunted, From which all hope has fled, Whose banner no more flaunted Waves over ideals dead Oh, God of Spring and Summer, Of harvest, grant me peace To bear my silent sorrow Till Thou shalt give release. 1W k n T A 1IIt. T -rn timti r» U.J.L.
Rhyl as a Winter Resort Rhyl can justly lay claim to being the finest winter resort on the North Wales Coast. The climate is mild and it suffers but little from frost and snow. The air is bracing, and Rhyl enjoys during the winter and early spring an abnormal amount of bright sunshine. The winter train service from Rhyl is excellent, and Liverpool and Manchester are reached by through trains. The Railway Company last winter added a very convenient down train service, whereby visitors and others are able to break their journey overnight at Rhyl and leave at 9 a m to do business down the coast at a convenient hour. Rhyl afl'ords excellent facilities for commercials staying in the town, as they are able to post letter up to ten o'clock at night for delivery in English towns the next morning. Sir Chas Cameron recently favoured a Rhyl Journal' representative with a few minutes' conversation, and in reply to questions said it was the first time he had ever been in Rhyl, although he had visited most places of importance in the United Kingdom. He was charmed with all he had seen, and was sure that as the attractions of Rhyl, as well as the improvements, became more widely known, visitors would flock here in larger numbers. Had he been merely told that there was so much public spirit displaced in a town of the size of ;Rby1 he could not have believed it.
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NOTE THE ADDRESS- OLD TOWN HALL STORES, RHYL, AND 8, LOWER MOSTYN STREET, LLANDUDNO. J. L. MAYGER, District Agent. SPORTING AMMUNITION FOR COMING SEASON Keeper's Cartridge—3 drams good black powder, 1 one-eight oz. shot\ 5/6 per 100. Better qualities 6/6 and 8/6 per 100. Smokeless Cartridge," 3 drams, E.C. Schultze or Amberite, 1 one-eight oz. shot 10/- per 100. Gastight cases 6d per 100 extra. The above cartridges are loaded throughout by us on the premises. Smokeless Cartridge," Factory loaded, 3 drams best smokeless powder, 1 one-eight oz. shot 6/6 per 100. Special Smokeless Cartridge," Factory loaded, 3 drams S.S powder, 1 one-eight oz. shot.. 8)1. per 100. We guarantee cartridges loaded throughout by us to contain accurate loads as stated. v Eley's, Kynoch's, and Joyce's loading or cases can be had if preferred. Large stock of Cuns, Gunpowder, Shots, Wads, and Accessories of all kinds. H. W. Roberts and Co., Handel House, High Street, opposite Post Office. 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