HOTELS. ALBION HOTEL RHYL. (Opposite North and South Wales Bank). FREE from all BREWERS. BASS'S ALE & GUINNESS'S EXTRA STOUT. JOHN JAMESON-S IRISH WHISKY. OLD GLENLIVET AND ISLAY SCOTCH WHISKY. CHOICE WINES AND CIGARS. WELL-AIRED BEDS. icorn Market held here every Tuesday afternoon WM. ELLIS, Proprietor. ALEXANDRA. -AAIILY AND COMMERCIAL -OTEL, High Street and Ivinmel Street, RHYL. J. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. Excellent accommodation and good attendance at strictly moderate charges. Well-matured Spirits and good Brand of Cigars. 6 Z, ALEXANDRA MEWS CRESCENT ROAD. Wedding Equippages, Landaus, Broughams, Sociables, Waggonettes, Dog Carts, &c., for Hire. BRAKES leave the Hotel and Mews to all Places of Interest. BEE HOTEL (FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL), BODFOR STREET (Opposite Railway Station), I RHYL. WINES, SPIRITS, ALES. AND STOUTS OF EXCELLENT QUALITY. '1 This Hotel is specially suitable ior Commerc:al Travellers, being very close to the Station, and they can rely on comfort and sociability, M. O'CONNOR, Proprietress. THEGROSVENOR TEMPERANCE Commercial Hotel, Close to the Railway Station, corner of Bodfor and Kinmel Streets. Commercial, Sitting and Smoke Rooms, Large Coffee and Dining Rooms. Three-course Dinner for Is. 6d. Good Is. Dinners in Dining Room. Ham and Eggs, Chops or Steaks at any time. Dinners daily from 12 to 2. Boarding terms 5s. 6d. per day 6s. 6d. in July and August. All kinds of Parties, Ball Suppers, Wedding B.. akfasts, etc., catered for on reasonable terms. A A. W. JAMES (Successor to Charles Snowdpn). GEORGE HOTEL QUEEN'S SQUARE, r RHYL. Noted for the Finest Wines and Spirits. The Best Family and Commercial Hotel Cy lists will find this Hotel very convenient. Chester Ales and Stout, also Bass's Ale ana Guinness's Stout. All Orders promptly attended to and delivered to any part of the Town. CIGARS OF THE FINEST BRANDS. Stage' and 'Era' taken. F. P. ARTHUR, proprietor. Kinmel Arms Hotel, ST. ASAPH. LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS. &c., Provided on the shortest notice. BASS' ALE on DRAUGHT and in BOTTLE, GUINNESS' STOUT, WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. Family orders promptly attended to. J. TOWERS, Proprietor (Late of the Brvndinas Hotel). COMFORTABLE. CENTRAL. NAYLOR'S COMMERCIAL TEMPERANCE HOTEL AXD DIXIXG ROOMS. QUEEN ST., RHYL Visitors and Commercial Gentlemen will receive every attention. Sleeping accommodation from 1/6 per night. BOARDING TERMS from 4/6 per Day. AN ORDINARY DAILY. C. C. NAYLOR, Proprietor. T. UULLEY, "OAKER AND 0ONFECTIONER, FAMILY GROCER AND TEA DEALER, CASTLE TEMPERANCE HOTEL, KINMEL STREET, RHCL. Fresh Supply of Butter and Eggs always on hand. First-class accommodation for Visitors and Commercial Travellers. PRIVATE APARTMENTS. (Near the Station and Cathedral.) RAILWAY HOTEL ST. ASAPH T. B. PRICHARD Proprietor. Late of Town Hall Stores, Rhyl. WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANT BASS' ALES AND GUI NESS' STOUT CIGARS OF THE BEST BRANDS LUNCHEONS, DINNERS, TEAS-Ilc. The City of ST. ASAPH is a charming drive from Rhyl and its surroundings are full of interest. ACCOMMODATION FOR HORSES AND CYCLES. W. H. BELL & SON .-UPHOLSTERERS, CABINET MAKERS, K-c, 8, PRINCES STREET, RHYL. HOTEL SEATING A SPECIALITY. Orders by post or otherwise receive prompt attention. Works: SOUTH KWiMF* STREET. V — VISITORS TO PRESTATYN AND RHYL. THOIAS FENTON (From Oldham) RAILWAY HOTEL PRESTATYN. EVERYTHING OF THE BEST QUALITY. TEAS, &c., PROVIDED. POSTING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Coaches and Char-a-bancs leave the Hotel daily at 10 30 a.m. and 2 30 p.m. for the celebrated Clwyd drives. VVHITE LION HOTEL. (FAMILY AND COMMERCIAL) HIGH STREET, RHYL. LARGE STOCK ROOMS SUITABLE FOR CLUBS. AUCTION SALES AND PICNIC PARTIES. EVERYTHING SUPPLIED OF THE BEST QUALITY ONLY. Posting in all its Branches. A. IIAYTON, Proprietor (Late of Albion Hotel, Chester). YE WINDSOR (KINMEL AND WINDSOR STREETS), NEAR STATION, RHYL. CALL HERE FOR YE OLDE ALE COSY SMOKE ROOJrs. WINES AND SPIRITS, ALES AND STOUTS Bottled on the Premises. CIGARS OF BEST BRANDS. F. FARNDON, proprietor, of Longton and Birmingham. (Late Allison Clarke.) PRIVATE HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. RHYL.—The Parade Boairding Establish- ment, 42, WEST PARADE. Writs fcr Tariff. Home Comforts. Liberal table. I SHOP AT T ][I E BEEHIVE THE CHEAP HOUE FOR RELIABLE DKAPEKY GOODS Nearly opposite to entrance to Queen's Arcade. SUSSEX STREET, Rhyl. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, ENGLISH SERVICES Will be held at the TOWN HALL, PRESTATYN, EVERY SABBATH DAY, Under the auspices of the Vale of Clwyd Month. ly Meeting. Morning at 10 45; Evening at 6. E' NGLISH WESLEYAN CHURCH, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. NEXT SUNDAY. Morning at 11; Evening at 6 30. REV. J. C. STUART, Pastor. Week Evening Service, Wednesday at 7 30 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Friday at 7 30. Collections at each Service. ALL ARE WELCOME. ENGLISH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, WELLINGTON ROAD, RHYL. REV RICHARD ROBERTS, London. Will Preach on Sunday. Services, Morning at 11; Evening at 6 30. Collection after each Service. QHRIST QHURCH^ ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL, WATER STREET. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. REV. W. PEDR WILLIAMS, Preacher fe, Next Sunday- Services, 11 a.m. and 6 30 p.m. THE STEAMERS OF THE ST. GEORGE'S S.S. CO., LIMITED, Will ply (weather and causes permitting) on one of the most beautiful Rivers in Wales, between Deganwy, Conway & Trefriw Date of From From Return from Sailing. Deganwy. Conway. Trefriw. AUGUST. 1902. Train leaves St'r leaves St'r leaves R'tn from Date of sailing. Llandudno. Deganwy. Conway. Trefriw. 9 Saturday.. 12 55 p.m. 1 5p.m. 1 10a.m. 3 12p.tn 11 Monday ..2 0 „ 2 1.,5 2 25 „ ..4 2t> t 12 Tuesday 3 35 ..3 45 ,3 50 5 27 i 13 Wedn esday 5 5 „ 5 1.5 5 20 6 49 14 Thursday.. 5 45 ..5 55 „ « 5 ..8 6 t Doubtful if Steamers will reach Trefriw. Fares according to distance. FARES—Fore End, Is. Cabin and Deck, Is. 6d. Return, 2s. 6d. For the convenience of Passengers, Lunch. eons and Teas will be ready en arrival at the Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw. I For further particulars apply to Messrs. P. and H. Lewis, Conway and Llanrwst; Messrs. Roberts and Co.. Quay, Ccnway; The Hotel Belle Vue, Trefriw; Mr. Slater, Photo Artist, Mostyn Street, Llandudno; Mr. John Jones, Glasgow House, Penmaenmawr; Mrs. Tritton, Castle Hotel, Deganwy and at all the prin- cipal Hotels in the neighbourhood. For further information apply to the Mana- ger, Capt. W. Roberts, Quay, Conway. Please note the name of this Company's Steamers—' St. GEORGE' and NEW ST. GEORGE.' BIFURCATED RIVETS. ffl ^txaPSl' 1'ortmanteau.s, Leather For repairing Harness Belts, Tl C, a ad s, Cycle Saddles, (Vc. || 1 Driven and Clinched with any || I hammer. All Ironmongers II I stock thiaim. If unobtainable, send 6d. for Box of Assorted to BIFURCATED RIVET Co., LTD., Wool Exchange, LONDON, E.C. The Best Only the Best And all the Best. L Admission to the Rhyl Merrie Men is a guarantee of merit. MY MOTTO: A REFINED ENTERTAINMENT RHYL'S GREAT ATTRACTION- The London J elegraph RHYL'S CHIEF ATTRACTION- The London Era RHYL MINSTREL TROUPE. THE FAMOUS MERRIE MEN. MAY 15TH TO OCTOBER IITH. NEW OPENING CHORUSES NEW SONGS NEW DANCES NEW JOKES NEW SKETCHES s. MAGNIFICENT ORCHESTRA FIRST-CLASS QUARTETTE REFINED COMEDIANS GRACEFUL DANCERS And SUPERB SKETCH ARTISTES. y- The Night Entertainment the talk of the Kingdom Brilliantly illuminated at great expense by the Electric Light LOOK OUT FOR THE J GRAND AND SPECIAL .PROGRAMMES FOR THE CORONATION DAY v f Sole Proprietor and Manager: E. H. WILLIAMS. -IIr. r t THE '3t CORONA- Postponed TION. m.HE Coronation Commitlee appointed by JL the Rhyl Urban District Council beg to invite the residents cf Rhyl to decorate and illuminate their houses in honour of the Coronation of King Edward VII., on Satur- dr the 9th of August. On the same day, the following events will take place:— 1.—Another treat to old people in the Brigade Hall, Vale Road, at 4 p.m. 2.—Decoration and illumination of the Town Hall Buildings, &c. 3.-Sand Castle competitions at 8 30 p.m. 4.-Bonfire on Sandhills at 9 30 p.m. On Monday, 18th of August, the programme of Sports and Fire Works, will be carried out at the Marine Lake. ARTHUR ROWLANDS, Clerk to the Council. Council Offices, Rhyl, 29th July, 1902. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the partnership he.reftcbefore subsisting be- ween us, the undersigned, Francis John Gam- lin and Henry Percival Williams, practising as Solicitors at Rhyl, in the County of Flint, under the style or firm of Gamlin and Will- iams,' has been dissolved by mutual consent as and from this date. I, the undersigned Francis John Gamlin, will henceforth practise on my own account at No. 4, Clwyd Street, Rhyl; and I, the undersigned Henry Peicivaft; Williams, will henceforth practise on my own account at No. 34, Water Street, Rhyl. DATED this 1st day of August, 1902. FRANCTS JOHN GAMLIN. HENRY PERCIVAL WILLIAMS. 1902 LIST OF FURNISHED HOUSES TO LET By MR. JOSEPH WILLIAMS. AUCTIONEER, AND ESTATE AGENT, COUNTY CHAMBERS, RHYL. St. Asaph St. near the sea and 2 Reception and b Marine Drive Bedrooms. Conway St. do. 3 6 Bath Street.. nr. the sea and St. 3 5 Thomas' Cliiircii High Street centrally situated 2 5 High Street nr. the promenade, 2 4 sea view John Street nr. the sea and west 2 4 end promenade John Street do. 3 5 River Street do. 3 7 Butterton Rd. near the sea and 2 3 marine lake West Parade facing the sea 3 7 Paradise St. near St Thomas's 2 5 Church & station Clwyd Street do. 2 6 East Parade facing the sea 3 4 Morlan Park near the sea 2 5 Highfield l-'k mountain view 2 It Dyserth Rd. lovely mountain view 3 6 (tennis lawn) Dyserth Rd. near Botanical 2 5 Gardens Rhuddlan cottage with garden 2 4 (near Rhyl) Edward Henry St. near the sea 3 8 Wellington Road central position 2 4 Fairfield Avenue nr. the sea and St. Thomas Ch. 3 Pensarn (Abergele) lovely moun- tain and sea view 3 6 Dyserth cottage near waterfalls 1 2 (near Rhyl Dyserth Rd. mountain view, stables 3 8 garden and lawn Seabank Rd, near VIarine Lake 2 4 Princes Street centrally situated 2 5 Send for List of Unfurnished Houses. Full particulars may be had as to terms, &c on application County Chambers, Rhyl. FOR BEST VALUE In STATIONERY FOR PRIVATE OR COMMERCIAL USE GO TO AMOS BROS., "ADVERTISER" OFFICE, 13, SUSSEX STREET, AND 6, WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, RHYL, Where BEST QUALITY can be obtained at 10 to 20 PER CENT LESS than charged elsewhere. Telephone, 0179. GUERNSEY: Gem of the Channel, Garden of Flowers and Fruit.—To secure Apart- ments, Houses, etc., advertise in the 'Guernsey Evening Press.' 12 words, once 6d., three times Is., one week Is. 6d. extra words, d once, Id. thrice, ld. week. The only local daily, most widely read, and unrivalled as an advertising medium. Copy of journal post free on application to Editor-Manager, P. Edward f Amy, F.R.G.S. ORDNANCE SURVEY MAPS of Flintshire and Denbighshire are kept in Stock at Amos Bros., PrinteTs and Stationers, 'Advertiser' Office, Rhyl. Also the Best Value in Sta- tionery always in Stock.
THE COLONIAL CONFERENCE. Th:, Colonial Conference held its eighth meetin; on Tuesday at the Colonial OiSc-e, Alrf Chamberlain presiding. In. addition to the representatives of t.he c >7 on i ts, there were present Mr. Brodrick, Secre- tary for War, Lord Stanley (Financial Secretary of t.!c War OlFice), Mr. Arnold-F'>rster ( Parliameninrv S'T.retarv of the Admiralty), Sir G. Murray (Secre- tary of the Post Office), and Mr. J-IoM.-niess, of tlie India, Office. Among the subjects discussed were contracts for the supply of the Army and Navy, the reduction of postal rates for newspapers and pes iodicals throughout the Empire, and the metric system.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO DIAVOLO. Diavolo, the mn '%vllo lias. at the Royal Aquarium, Westminster, been performing the feat known as "looping the loop," met with a fail during the performance on Tuesday night, and now lies in the Westminster Hospital seriously injured On inquiry a.t the hospital it was stated that Diavolo had be^n examined by the d vtors, who tound him suffering from concussion of the brain and a severe contused wound over one of his eves.
FATAL STABBING CASE. William Jones, a coloured seaman, has been charged, at the Southwark Police-court, with the wilful murder.of Herbert Bungay, a porter. Prisoner was originally charged with having stabbed the man on the morning of July 27. h. Bungay died on Sunday mornins at Guy's Hospital. His deposition was to the effect that he saw two men assault the prisoner, and that on his recommending him to cro home, Jones stabbed him in the neck. A remand was granted.
ESCAPES FROM A BURNING HOUSE. Early on Tuesday morning a fire which occurred at a large old-fashioned house at Kostoa Mark, near Beckenham, completely gutted the premises. The inmates were all in bed when the outbreak was discovered. They numbered seven—Mr. and Mrs. Reeves and three children, Mr. Edward Harris, au<i a servant. Mr. Reeves, hearing the breaking of glass, thought burglars were about. He got up awl opened his bedroom door, when he was met by a volume of smoke, which nearly choked him. Teliing his wife to dress, he went and called Mr. Harris and the servant, and then set about rescuing the caildren. Amid much excitement he got them all out of the house, but the servant was carried out in an unconscious state. Everything was burnt- furniture, clothing, and jewellery.
MANCHESTER MAN'S SUICIDE. A New York message states that Mr. James Allen, an accountant, formerly 07 Manchester, England, drank carbolic acid and then committed suicide by drowning at Rockaway Beach. He had been staying at the Astor House Hotel since July 15th, and apparently was well supplied with money. He left a terse note to a friend asking him to take care of his body, but giving no explanation of the cause of his suicide.
SALES BY AUCTION, TOWN OF RHYL. Sale of a very choice FREEHOLD RESI- DENTIAL PROPERTY, situate in a private and convenient position in the above Sea- side Resort. MESSRS. WM. DEW & SON have been itjL instructed by Mrs. R. Oldfield to offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at the WESTMINSTER HOTEL, RHYL, on MON- DAY, AUGUST 11th, at 2 o'clock, that Valu- able FREEHOLD RESIDENTIAL PROPER- TY known as GORPHWYSFA," which stands, on an area of 2,806 square yards or thereabouts, having frontages to Wellington Road, River Street, and Maude Street. This Freehold Property comprises a sub- stantially well-built Residence, which contains the following accommodation:—A spacious and picturesque Entrance Hall, three very fine Entertaining Rooms, Billiard Room, Smoke Room, and 10 Bedrooms, Bath Room, and superior domestic offices. The private grounds are neatly laid out, and there is a Kitchen Garden, a Gardener's Cottage, Stable, Saddle Room, Coach-house, and Coachman's Rooms. The vendor has just completed the total re- novation of this house, and the internal paint- ing and papering have been carried out with good taste and at considerable cost, and it is now ready for occupation, and arrangements can be made for immediate possession. The situation is very convenient, as it is within ten minutes' walk of the Railway Sta- tion and Pier, and within five minutes' walk of the Marine Lake, the Parade, and sandy beach, where there is safe boating and ha tiling. Intending purchasers can obtain permission to view the house from Mr. Oldfield, at his Office, Gladstone Buildings, near the Railway Station, Rhyl. Rhyl is an exceedingly healthy and favourite Welsh seaside resort, and it is within easy reach of the large Midland towns, a good town for educational purposes, and -is well- known for its golf links and other amuse- ments. Particulars with plan may be obtained in due course of MESSRS. LLOYD & ROBERTS, Solicitors, Ruthin, or of the AUCTIONEERS, Bangor, Carnarvon, and Llandudno. GWAENYSGOR. SALE OF A HIGHLY DESIRABLE AND VALUABLE FREEHOLD FARM. MR. WILLIAM FREEMAN will offer for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION at tha RAILWAY HOTEL, PRE.STATYN, on FRI- DAY, the 15th day of AUGUST. 1902, at 3 30 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to such con- ditions of sale as shall then be produced and read) the undermentioned Valuable FREEHOLD FARM, &-c., viz. ALL THAT Farm, with the messuage, tene- ment, or farm house and premises called 'TY ISSAF Farm, situate in the Parish, of Gwaen- YSgOI, in the County of Flint, and now in the occupation of Mr. Richard Jackson, and containing by admeasurement 68 acres, 3 roods, and 18 perches or thereabouts. AND ALSO ALL THOSE several Pieces, Parcels, or Quillets of Land, formerly forming part of the farm and lands known as 'BRYNYFFYNNON,' situate in the said Par- ish of Gwaenysgor, containing together 1 acre and 34 perches or thereabouts, in the occu- pation of the said Mr. Richard Jackson. AND ALSO ALL THAT Quillet, Piece or Parcel of Land situate at Four Crosses Road, near Gwaenysgor, and known as the FOUR CROSSES QUILLET, containing by admea- surement 1.J acres or thereabouts, also in the 4 occupation of Mr. Richard Jackson. The whole of the above-described premises are let on an annual tenancy at £ 88 per annum. The farm is in an excellent state of cultiva- tion, and the farmhouse and buildings are in a good state of repair. Three-fourths of the purchase money can be had on mortgage at a reasonable, late of in- terest. Plans and particulars are in course of pre- paration, and application therefore should be made to the AUCTIONEER, at his. Office, Lion Hotel, Holywell, or to MR. ANEURIN O. EVANS. Solicitor, Denbigh. THURSDAY NEXT, .AUG. 14th, at 1 O'clock. SPECIAL FORTNIGHTLY SALE IN ST. ASAPH SMITHFIELD FRANK LLOYD & sass Will Sell 80 to 100 Fat and Store Cattle. 800 to 900 Fat Sheep and Lambs, Pigs and Calves. p 11 MORE ENTRIES EXPECTED 8: INVITED. G. GOULD, LADIES' & GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER, THE PARAGON. 64 & 65, HIGH STREET, RHYL IS NOW SHOWING A i CHOICE SELEC. TION OF NEW GOODS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. SEE WINDOWS FOR THE LATEST NOVELTIES. In SHAW'S GIFT. THIS HANDSOME T?DDTI f BLOUSE I In order to clear out the remainder of a Bankrupt Stock of Costume MB Clothes, we will send a Tailor- small sum of £ 5/ or tvvo 2 9j> on all goods, and we will include JBHf Jn with each skirt, free of all charge, a handsome Silkctte Blouse, with BjjfflCF appearance to Silk, and wearing twice as long. These Skirts are cut o a HA in the very Latest Fashion. HHH SIND AT ONCE H In order to secure § oo this great bargain, as « o, 'flHOnfm after present Stock is £ g exhausted this offer E. cannot be repeated. 2^ Money rctnined if not satisfied. ADDRESS SMA & CO., THE LONDON TAILORS (Dept W.P.) 6, LOVE LANE, WOOD ST., LON, ON. E.n. I Spring frame Cycles] *8 (3.S.A. Patents) Ladies' or Gent/sHir^jHS R| luxury to all riders. Diagrams and all fflS ■|B information in booklet post free. H5 SH BIRMINGHAM SMALL ARMS CO., Ltd., rBm gjg BIRMINGHAM. TO BE LET. ljlREE CORNER PUBLIC HOUSE to Let I- in a good drinking Locality near Ex- change Station, Liverpool. Tenant proves tailings JB16 to JE18 weekly. Free from Brew- er and Spirit Merchant. Comfortable seven- roomed living House. Price of ingoing, £ 250. —Address, Mr. TIDSWELL, Valuer, cvc., 37a, Manchester Street, Liverpool. rilO BE SOLD.—Freehold House, No. 52, -L KINMEL ST., Rhyl, at present unoccu- pied; rental, -232. Offices, No. 51, Kinmel Street, known as COUNTY CHAMBERS, let at a net yearly rental of £ 25. Also COT- TAGE at rear, let at 5s. per week clear. On site containing about 225 square yards. Price £ 1,050.—Apply to THOMAS DAVIES, 106, Borough Road, Birkenhead. RHYL.—BOARD, RESIDENCE, or PRI- VATE APARTMENTS conveniently situ- ated, near Sea and Station. Home Comforts. Terms moderate AMOS, Eagle House, 9, Bodfor Street, Rhyl. TO BE LET.—Good Shop and House, cen- trally situated. Splendid stand in the principal Street of Rhyl. Immediate possess- ion. Rent on application to JOSEPH WILL- IAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD.—A Charming HOUSE, known as VICTORIA LODGE, Victoria Avenue (off Sea Bank Road). Two Entertaining, 5 Bedrooms, Bath, &c. Rent, £ 25. Vacant 1st May. Price and further par- ticulars may be obtained of Mr. FRANCIS GEARY, Auctioneer, Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD.—West Parade, Rhyl, NEWLY-ERECTED DWELLING HOU- SES, well suited for Boarding or High Class Lodging Houses, well and substiantially built and fitted with Lifts and al'l modern conven- iences. For particulars apply to GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneers, &c., Market Street, Rhyl. HOUSES TO BE LET OR SOLD.—MODEM conveniences, pleasantly situated. Rents from JB52 to L50. Also several good Plots of BUILDING LAND for Sale ciieap.-A-oplv, W. J. SIMCOCK, Architect, Surveyor, and Valuer, N. and S.W. Bank Chambers, Rhyl. LYTHAM & ST. ANNE'S-ON-TIIE-SEA.— FURNISHED APARTMENTS.—Holiday- makers seeking a quiet seaside and rural resort on the Lancashire coast should visit Lytham and St. Anne's-on-the-Sea, only a few miles from Blackpool.. Those requiring Apartments would be quickly accommodated bv inserting a small advertisement in the Lytham Times and St. Anne's-on-the-Sea Gazette '32 words Is., or four insertions for 3s. 9d. This journal is the only one printed and published in this flourishing district. Addre-z, MANAGER, 'Times' Office, Lvtham. TO LET.—BRENTWOOD, Sea Bank Road, Rhyl 3 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bed- rooms, Bath and Boxroom. Perfect sanitation. Well furnished with every modern convenience. Adjoins the Marine Lake, with South aspect and uninterrupted views of the Vale of Clwyd. Rent, ;C30.-Apply to MRS. GREENHALGH, Auburn House, Sea Bank Road. FURNISHED APARTMENTS.— Londoners JC to a very large number visit Rhyl each year, and those having apartments would quick- ly let by inserting a small advertisement in the Eastern Mercury,' 30 words for Is., or three times for 2s. This. journal is the leading mid- weekly for surbarban London and Essex. Ad- dress Proprietor, the Eastern Mercury,' 827, Ley ton-stone, London, N.E. TO BE SOLD. FOR SALE.—LANDAU, in perfect condi- j' tion. Cheap.—Apply, 'J,' 'Advertiser' Office. TO BE SOLD a Four-wheeled PHAETON, in good condition.—Aonly, J. MELL- ARD, Morfa Cottage, Church Street. FARMERS and Others requiring Canvas JL Rick Covers, apply to P. DUNN, the Canvas Potentate, 11, Elwy Street, Rhyl. O BE .SOLD"—A PIANOFORTE. Price, £ 5 5s.—ROBERTS & CO., Auctioneers, Wellington Chambers. Rhyl. To BE SOLD.—A well-built FREEHOLD -L HOUSE in Rhyl, containing 2 Entertain- ing Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, 2 Attics, with usual Domestic Offices. Price. B580 A mortgage of L500 can be arranged.—ROBERTS & Co., Auc- tioneers, Wellington. Chambers, Rhyl. ON SALE.—Excellent DINING ROOM SUITE. New. Good Bargain.—Apply JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auctioneer, Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD. MARINE DRIVE, RHYL.—Good RESID- ENCE. Rent, £ 40.. Price on applica- tion.—GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auction- eers, Rhyl. TO BE SOLD. EXTENSIVE BUSINESS PREMISES IN centre of Town.—Apply, GREENHALGH AND GEARY Auctioneers Rhyl. TO BE LET OR SOLD. OT, ASA I'll.—Charming RESIDENCE, 10 to JO 15 minutes' walk from Cathedral. Ex- tensive Gardens and Grounds, Stables and .Coach-house, and (optional) 10 to 15 acres of Laud. Rent and Price on application TO GREENHALGH AND GEARY, Auctioneers, Rhyl. FOR SALE.—PENNY-IN-THE-SLOT MA- CHINE gives weight, height, strength lungs, all for one penny: best paving machine I in England.—24, MARKET HALL, Rhyl. WANTED. WANTED.—GENERAL SERVANT.—Ap- ply, BEE HOTEL, Rhyl. TWO COTTAGES with Gardens in Meliden. —Apply, JOSEPH WILLIAMS, Auc- tioneer, Rhyl. -p.- RAIIERY.-Young Lady wanted as AP- JL7 PRENTICE. No premium.—Apply, ARNOLD, Chester House, Rhyl. WANTED,. IOTHER'S HELP, £ 10; VV or Good GENERAL, L12, -P20.-Apply, Mrs. WHITE, The Grange, Old Colwyn. QUEEN'S PALACE. YOUNG LADIES \oZ wanted for Pay Desks and Bars.—Ap- ply, QUEEN'S PALACE. WANTED, near Rhyl Station, SITTING- ROOM and BEDROOM, use of Bath. A permanency. State teriiisto IS,' Office of this paper. ,TOUTH (about 15) as JUNIOR CLERK.— .1.. Apply by letter to SURVEYOR OF TAXT^S, Kinmel Street, Rhyl. WANTED for 3 weeks, Comfortable (Bed- Sitting) Room. Two. sisters. State terms per week.—M, 16, Hamilton Terrace, Leamington, Spa. GENTS WTanted to start Clubs for the XI supply of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and other useful Articles. Terms liberal. Particulars and pamphlet post free.—J. W. BENSON, Limited, 62 and 64, Ludgate Hill, London, E.C. COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS facing the /COMFORTABLE APARTMENTS facing the v_y Sea.—M rs. PEPPER, The 'Victoria,' East Parade. MRS. WILLTAMS, Private Servants' Regis- try, 16, Queen Street, Rhyl. References most essential. Vacancies in England and Wales. Hours 10 to 8 p.m. Saturdays, 10 to 4p.m. At a meeting of the shareholders of the Royal Aquarium a resolution confirming the sale of the building and site to the Wesleyan Connection was carried. Lieutenant-Colonel Barlow, Royal Garrison Artil- lery, till recently in command of the 35th siege tram of the company, has been appointed to com- mar d the Royal Garrison Artillery in the Isle of Wi TOWX HALL, RHYL. Lessees ft Managers Messrs BARING Bros. Resident Manager DAVID WILLIAMS. TO-NIGHT AND SATURDAY, ENORMOUS SUCCESS OF OUR NAYY MATINEE ON SATURDAY at 3. MONDAY, AUG. 11th, ONE NIGHT ONLY, LADY MAID TUESDAY 8: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12, 12;. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. BEN. GREET'S Company in SHERLOCK HOLMES This is the Lyceum T ersion. THURSDAY, AUGUST 14th, ONE NIGHT, JR. JJARRTSON JJILL> The Celebrated Society Entertainer. FRIDAY &- SATURDAY, AUGUST 15 & 16, TWO NIGHTS ONLY. SWEET & TWENTY Seats Booked at Treahearn's Library, Well- ington Road. CAUTION.—INSIST ON SEEING LABEL. CYMRALIS C; A most wholesome and delicious TaW Water,"—I'rcf. Wanklyn. R. ELLIS & SON, RUTHIN, N. Wales. Established 1825. By Royal Warrant to His Majesty the King. London Agents: D. Wheatley & Sons, 24, South Audley St., W- RHYL RECORD& ADVERTiSER May be had from the Publishers, AMOS BROS. By Post. Delivered in Town. s. d. s. d. One quarter 1 8 One quarter 1 1 Half-yearly 3 4 Half-yearly 2 2 Yearly 6 8 Yearly 4 4 All communications to be addressed to the T'.ditor. Telegraphic address, "Advertiser," Rhyl. Telephone, No. 0190.
TOWN AND COUNTRY NOTES. We have reason to congratulate the town upon having enjoyed a successful and prosperous Bank Holiday. It is exceedingly satisfactory to know that the town main- tains its popularity so well. Time was when thd Saturday preceeding Monday Bank Holiday saw the town overwhelming- ly full, and the spectacle was piesented of hundreds of people being houseless, and having to seek shelter where they could. Two circumstances have since happened which have served to obviate this. First of all is the increase in the lodging house accommodation provided,but the chief reason is the action of the London and North Western Railway Company in suspending the cheap week end tickets. This action on the Dart of the Company is a source of great loss to the different holiday resorts, I y and deprives many thousands of people from enjoying the holiday which they are given, by spending a week end at the sea side. The Railway Company now doubt argue that on Bank Holiday the people who me .n to take a holiday will do so no matter what the railway fare is. Therein they are mistaken. It may setm strange, but it is none the less true, that to the average man a couple of shillings in the railway fare is of much more moment than a couple of pounds in his hotel bill. We cannot help thinking that the action of the Railway Company is a mistake from their own point of view \vhilst it is extremely inconsiderate to the public, and to the people of those places who are dependent upon the patronage of those who go at this time of the year in quest of health and pleasure. Had the usual cheap fares been in existence there is no doubt the influx of visitors to Rhyl would have been very much larger, and we should have seen something like the scenes to which we have referred. Another feature of the holiday upon which the town is to be congratulated is the improvement in the matter of amusements which mark a distinct advance on anything previously known in the history of Rhyl. The acquisition of so beautiful a place of entertainment as the Queen's Palace must infallibly add to the welfare of the town, and the auspicious opening start which it has made is a hope- ful angury for its continued prosperity and success. Among those who are enjoying the benefits of the bracing air of Rhyl just now is Hwfa Mon, the Archdruid of Wales, and the autocrat of the gorsedd and eisteddfod. Hwfa in another column sings in one of his characteristic englynion the praises of Rhyl air. More than that we have reason to know that he is very wishful that the eisteddfod in 1904 should be held in Rhyl. He remembers with much satisfaction the successful eisteddfod held here in 1892, and shares the opinion of other e;steddfodvvyr that the success then achieved can be repeated whenever the Welsh National Olympia is again held in Rhyl. With encouragement fr)m such high quarters we would suggest that the time is opportune for preferring the claims of Rhyl. The application will have to be made at Bangor next September and we would suggest that a meeting should be called at once to discuss the question of the advisability, or otherwise of the claims of Rhyl being pressed. Carnarvon is already in the field but seeing that that town has had the eisteddfod since it was in Rhyl, it would not be, under the circumstances a very formidable competitor. We trust that the matter will be taken up to the extent at all events of summoning together those who are interested in this great national institu- tion It is a little difficult to understand of what stuff the conscience of a statesman can be composed who perseveres with such a measure as the Education Bill after such a verdict as the Leeds election. Here was a constituency which had been Conservative even before the Home Rule split. The Unionist majority has steadily risen, until at the khaki flood-tide, not two years ago, it stood at 2,517* That seemingly hopeless majority has been swept away, and to-day North Leeds is a Liberal constituency with a comfortable majority of 758. There is no doubt about the cause of this revolution. The Unionist press talks vaguely about the growing discontent with which the country regards a weak and ill-assorted Ministry; and the limes talks, in its larg3 way, about the swing of the pendulum. But, after all