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—i .J CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS.. Every deperiptio i of Wanted, l or Sale," and similar a fciTerUsetoPntB cn be inserted in this column at the following cheap 1 REPAID rates. Stamps or Voutal tie o*n be sent: — 16 word?, once 6d., three times l» ik word i, „ 9d., Is. to. 32 word;, Is., » 28. 40 words 9, Is. 3d. 2s. 6d. And so on, adding 3d. for every additional 8 words CT This Scale only applies to PREPAID advertisements Situations Vacant. W ANTEDa-strong respectable GIRL to YY help in house a.nd kitchen. Address, Mrs. Conran, Brondyffryn, Denbigh. u.c. ANTED, a situation as GARDENER VY Good recommendation from present aituatiotl.-Apply, Colwyn House, Old Colwyn. *n19 TTTANTED thorough GENERALlSERV ANT W for small family near London. Nurse- maid kept. Good wages. Apply or address, Miss Walmsley, Plas-y-Nant, Ruthin. No Agents. *n12 ITTTANTED, the Farmers and other In- Y\r habitants of Denbigh and District to now that Sam T. Miller is a buyer of Old Iron and other Metals, &c., at his Marine Stores, The Factory, Denbigh. Best prices given. 1820u.c. Situations Wanted. OL. HE A.TON, Plas Heaton, Trefnant, ■wishes to recommend his HE-AD GARDENER. 13 years in present situation. *nl2 ANTED a situation as good PLAIN COOK. Middle age. Good reference. Now at liberty. X.Y.Z." 3, Clifton Terrace, Denbigh. *n26 To be Let. ARM TO LET, with immediate possession, called "TAI ISA," Penyclip. Llan- rbaiadr, of 88 acres. For particulars apply to Mr. J. Jones, 26, Love Lane, Denbigh. *nl9 M \U LiUiX, 4• cLfciGlR DOHA, Bettws- _L Gwerfil-Goch. 247 Acres. Apply, Eowley Williams, Trefnant. Dl^ finO LET, a comfortable Sitting Room and I (one or two Bedrooms. Terms moderate. Apply. Afallon," Trefnant, B'iyl. *nl9 3" HARM.—Cefn Meiriadog, St. Asaph.—TO BE LET. from Michaelmas, 1898, BRYN HEN, containing 86 Acres of Arable and Pasture Land, new Farm House, and a range of Outbuildings. Situate 21 miles from St. Asaph Smithfield and under four miles from Abergele.—For particulars apply to Mr. A. Foulk6s, Headregyda, Abergtle. 2164n12 O LET, on May lsf, 1899, the WARREN VILLAS, Bodfari, one mile from the Railway Station. Mold and Denbigh Line.— Apply to Messrs. Clough & Co., Estate Agents, Denbigh. 218 3uc TO BE LET, with immediate possession «'BRON-Y-BERLLAN," Dyserth, near Rhyl, now in the occupation of Mrs. Margaret Jones, containing an acreage of 13a. 3r. 7p. Apply to the tenant, or to Mr. W. Conwy Bell, Bodrhvddan Estate Offices, Rhuddlan, R.S.O. J 2190n19 O BE LET OE SOLD, a Valuable FREEHOLD HOUSE and SHOP, on the way to the Station, in Ruthin, containing a plate-glass front to shop, cellar kitchen, scullery, dining room, drawing room, and 7 bedrooms. Apply to W. T. Rouw, Dedwhyddfa, Ruthin. 2188d10 For gale. |) RICE'S IRON SAFE, 24 by 17, equal to JL new, To Be Sold cheap. Apply T.B. Free Press Office. 2145 HRESHING MACHINE and ENGINE For Sale. Cheap. Apply Alfred Jones, Plas Clough Farm, Denbigh. 2156u.c Miscellaneous- GOMFORTALE APARTMENTS for one Gentleman, or two willing to share same sitting-room. Terms moderate. 3, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. *nl9 ANTED Second-Hand GOVERNESS CAST and HARNESS to suit Cob 13-1. Preston, The Warren, Bodfari. 2191u.o. LOST, between Twysog, Groes, and Nantglyn road, a Fawn Waterproof OVERCOAT. Finder rewarded on taking to Mr. Joyce. Denbigh. n26 Servant*' Registry. SERy^NTS' REGISTRY. conducted by Mrs. Aidrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN RETABLUMBD 1870. T 'n Y, Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. WANTED Experienced Ladies Maid, who understands dressmaking and hair- dressing, for two ladies; good Nurse for Conway, three children, wages £ 18; Cook- Generals for London, Southport, Rhyl, and Llanddulas, £ 14 to 216; Housemaid. Waitress for Hotel, .£15; Nurse-Housemaid for Rhyl; and Young Generals.—Disengaged Head Kitchenmaid or Cook in small family. MRS. PTOWBO THAM, Hall Square (LATm OF 28, VALE STREET). Ladies' and Children's Outfitter. Fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. Rhyl Agency for Servants. MRS. GREENHOUSE, 17, WATER STREET, BRYL. WANTED good Cooks, baking and dairy; wages JB18 to £ 25. Experienced House- maid Waitresses for Cheshire, St. Asaph, and Rhyl; Housemaids, Nurse-Housemaids, and good Generals for Rhyl, St. Asaph, Ruthin, Denbigh, and Colwyn Bay strong Generals for farm, able to milk.—Disengaged Good Nurses, Children's Maids, and Waitresses. *d31 ™GOUTv PILLS. FOR GOUT, RHEUMATISM, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, NEURALGIA The Excruciating Pain is quickly relieved and cured in a few days by these celebrated Pills; well-known as the Great Remedy for the above* Complaints, SURE, SAFE AND EFFECTUAL. Sold by all ChemistsJ>nd ores at Is. Id and 2s. 9d per box. 964al DALES' :GOLD MEDAL DUBBIN You won't have Wet Feet if you use DALES' DUBBIN. Its a Wonderful water- proofer for Boots and Harness. Softens and preserves leather. Pleasant odour Allows polishing. Highest Awards at 22 Exhibitions. Tins 2d., 6d., Is., 2s. 6d. Of all Bootmakers. Saddlfiff, Ironmongers. Messrs. CLOUGH&Co., I Land Agents, general Valuers Auctioneers Surveyors, &o., DENBIGH AND RHYL. Mortgages & Loans negociated Annual Christmas Show and Sale will take place on Fair Day, Tuesday, December 13th, when PRIZES will be given as usual. 2182uo Sale by Mr. Frank Lloyd. < £ 35 Prizes. 700 Horses FRANK LLOYD'S NORTH WALES HORSE SALES AT > WREXHAM. Tuesday, November 22nd.—Hunters & Harness Horses. Wednesday, 23rd^—Small Horses, Oobe, and Ponies. l Thursday. 24th.-Heavy Lurry; And Young Horses. 20 Horses sold at NVrexhaniana Crewe during September and October made J63,049 4s. Od., or an average of £152. November Sales have always been good Grand Trade Certain. Entries invited not later than Monday s Post, November 14th. 2192nl2 P-ale by Mr. Francis Geary. RUTHIN, DENBIGHSHIRE- MR." FRANCIS GEARY will Sell By Public Auction at the WYNNSTAY HOTEL, RUTHIN, on FRIDAY, NOVEM- BER 18th, 1898, at 3 o'clock iu the afternoon, subject to conditions of Sale to be then produced, in one or more lots as may be arranged at the time of Sale, the following Freehold Property, viz. Two Freehold Dwelling Houses, known as "DROVIL HOUSE and" ROSEWOOD COTTAGE," together with 4 Cottages, known as "JONES'S TERRACE," all situate at Wern Feehan, in the Borough of Ruthin. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to J. Roberts Jones, Esq., Solicitor, Rhyl. Auction and Estate Offices- Market Street, Rhyl. 2178nl2 Scholastic* QIELS' JgOABDIHG ANP DAY gCHOOf Love Lane House, Denbigh. PRUTCXPAX—MISS E. HUBBARD. The Course of Instruction includes English, Music, Singing, French, German, Drawing, Painting, and Needlework. Pupils can be pre- pared for the Local Examination. Dentistry. Dental Notice. MR. THOMAS LUKYN (FROM: LONDON), DENTAL SURGEON, succes sor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. R Williams), may be consulted daily at Fern Villa, Church Street, Ehyl. DENBIGH.—Every Wednesday at Mr. J Harrison Jones, Apothecaries Hali. RUTHIN.-The First Tuesday and Th.rd Monday in each Month at Mr. William. Tudor House, 6, Well Street. N.B.—Patients visited by appointment. mia. E. W. KEATINGE, L.D.S., SURQEON DENTIST. Vaenol," Opposite the Church), Russell Road, RHYL. I ATTENDANCES. DENBIGH—At Mr. T. R. Jones, Milliner, 50 High Street, every Wednesday. IIUTRIK-AT Mrs. Rigby, Jeweller's BOOv, 6, St. Peter's-square, every First Tuesday in the Month (Fair Day), and every Third tfcnaay WILLIAMS', 13, Portland Place, Denbigh, BOOT & SHOE WAREHOUSE. MRS. EDWARDS begs to thank her deceased Father and Sister's numerous Customers for their kind patronage for over 40 years during which they carried on the Boot and Shoe Trade in the above address, and to assure them that every attention to their requirements will be given in future by Miss CROMAR, who was with Miss Williams for years, assisting her in the Business, therefore thoroughly understands the trade, and will endeavour to give every Customer the best value., at the LOVTSST PRICE, and by striot attention to the Business hopes to merit their further confidence and patronage. 1743j99 DA VIES, Market Vaults, Denbigh begs to inform his numerous Customers that he has a Splendid Stock of the following (Goods at popular Prices, namely Very Old Port and Sherries, Ditto Scotch and Iritk Whiskies, Old Tom Gin and Holland Gin. .K.F.M. DEMARARA HUM, Lime Juice and Peppermint, KARTELL'S FRENCH BRANDY, Moet and Chandon Champagnes, RUTHIN CAMBRIAN MINERAL WATERS, Truman, Hanbury. Buxton, & Co., Limited's CELEBRATED ALES AND LONDON STOVT always on hand, on Draught or in Bottles. Also in 9 and 18 Gallon Casks. Always in Reliable Condition. A TRIAL IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Market Vaults, DENBIGH. 1344j 31 TANGYES' Pretroleum (or Oil) Engines. 1 SIZES READY—1 to 16 BREAK HORSE POWER. SIMPLE. RELIABLE ECONOMICAL. Representatives Wanted in Agricultur Districts. Apply to TANGYES' LIMITED ECONOMICAL. Representatives Wanted in Agricultur Districts. Apply to TANGYES' LIMITED 13, DEANSGATE, MANCHESTER. 181*331 I SALES BY Da vid Roberts & Son, Auctioneers and Valuers, CORWEN, DENBIGH, & LLANGOLLEN. Merionethshire-near Corwen. MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON have received instructions to offer for Sale by Public Auction at the Owen Glyndwr Hotel, Corwen, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25th, 1898, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon (subject to conditions then to be produced)- in one lot, but if not so sold then separately, all those two Valuable FREEHOLD FARMS called GEUFRON FAWR, containing by admeasure- ment 66a. 3r. 18p., or thereabouts, of Arable and Pasture Land, in the occupation of Mr. E. H. Ellis, and TYNANT GARGOED, con- taining by admeasurement 29a. 3r. 20p., or thereabouts, of Arable and Pasture Land, in the occupation of Air. Meredith Jones. The properties are situate near Llawry- bettws, about 3 miles from Corwen, and in close proximity to the road leading from Corwen to Bala. There is a Cottage with Garden and Croft on the Geufron Fawr Farm (called Tynewydd-y- Rhos. There is some Larch and other Timber on the Property, and there is a plentiful supply of Water on each of the Farms. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers, Corwen, Denbigh, and Llan- gollen, or to ANEURIN O. EVANS. ESQ., Solicitor, Denbigh. 2199nl9 Do not Buy your CONFECTIONERY OR REFRESHMENTS until you REACH the Establishment of DAVID WILLIAMS, CONFECTIONER AND GROCER (opposite to the TOWN HALL), Vale Street, Denbigh. D. Williams' Confectionery and Cakes of all kinds are celebrated for excellence of quality, whilst at the same time they are cheaper than those sold elsewhere. Purchasers may rely upon getting the best quality at the lowest price. Visitors will find tMs the best house in town for Refreshments of all kinds. Splendid Stock of GROCERY AND PROVISIONS at most reasonable prices. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— David Williams, Opposite the Town Hall, EENBIGH. i32u.c. D. EVAN HUGHES (late Howel Lloyd), SEEDSMAN, FLORIST, AND FRUITERER, Henllan Place, Denbigh has a grand Selection of Fruit, Flowers, Artificial Wreaths Globes, etc. D. E. Hughes begs to announce that he has just received his New Stock of Bulbti Tulips, Hyacinth, Croctu Narcissus (Snowdrcps, Double Daffodils, etc. Purchasers would do well by coming to inspect this Stock before buying elsewhere. Prices moderate. Also his fine New StocK of Artificial Wreaths and Globes. Marble inscriptions varigated in wording. Agen for Canary Guano. Sold in tins, lii. & 6d 2029s.99 You can get every HOUSEHOLD REQUISITE Cheap and Good at T. P. ROBERTSI FURNITURE MART, RUTHIN FIRST OLASS FURNITURE for Drawing and Dining Rooms, Bedrooms, Kitchens, etc. Pianofortes, Harmoniums, etc. SIX LARGE SHOW ROOMS Fully Stocked. Wonderful Value at LOW PRICES. 185sigg G. LLOYD ROBERTS, Railway Hotel, DENBIGH, begs to inform his numerous customers that he has a Splendid Stock of the Finest WINES, SPIRITS, CIDER, and CIGARS, that can be bought. Old Tom, John de Kuper's Geneva Gin, and Martel's Brandy. Ales and Stout on Draught and in Bottle. HARVEST ALES in Casks at Is. per Gallon. Agent for Worthington & Co., Burton on Trent. 1807UC. BSTABLISHBD 1851. Birkbeck Bank. Southampton Buildiogc, Chancery Lane, London. a TWO and a HALF per CENT. INTEREST allowed on DEPOSITS, repayable on demand. TWO per cent. on CURRENT ACCOUNTS, on minimum monthly balance, when not drawn below £100. STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES pur- chasedand sold. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. For the encouragement of Thrift the Bank feGeivet small sums on deposit, and allows Interest Monthly on each completed el. BIRKBECK BUILDING SOCIETY. HOW TO PURCHASE A. HOUSE FOR TWO GUINEAS PER MONTH. BIRKBECK FREEHOLD LAND SOCIETY HOW TO PURCHASE A PLOT OF LAND FOR FIVE SHILLINGS PER MONTH. The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, post free, on application to FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager. m98 I Advice Worthy of your Attention. IF YOU WANT GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS of the BEST QUALITY AT MODERATE PRICES, Try R. OWEN. OUR PRICES FOR CORN, FLOUR, &c., will stand comparison, whilst the Quality is guaranteed. NOTE ADDRESS:— R. OWEN, 45, High Street, AND Star Shop, DENBIGH. WAREHOUSES: Diamond Buildings. NOTICE! NOTICE!! No. 39, High Street. THE SHOP FOR GENTLisMEN. A LARGE STOCK OF Hats, Caps, Ties, Shirts, Collars, and Hosiery. Complete Gent's Outfitter. R GRIFFITH JONES, 39, High St., Denbigh. 1787je3 DON'T FORGET TO NOTE THE ADDRESS. S. A. WHEWAY, 12, RUTHIN ROAD, DENBIGH, has the finest selection in the District of Glass, China, and Earthenware, suitable for Mansions, Hotels, and Cottages also a large assortment of Pannings, Creamintfs. Baking Dishes, &c., &c. Excellent Variety o FLOWER POTS of all sizes. Galvanized Buckets and Baths made at the very best Factories; and a magnificent Show of Southport and Fancy Baskets, Dolls, Toys, Brushes o every description. S. A. WHEWAY only Patronises the best Houses, and she invites all to compare her Prices with any Liverpool or Manchester Houses. 1469u.c. F, FALKNER'S CELEBRATED "EXTRA OLD' Irish Whiskey. THE "FINEST SPIRIT IN THE MARKET. A. & T. ASHFORD, Sole Agents for Denbigh. 21120.29 O America CUNARD LINE FIVE AND A THIRD DAY PASSAGES. ROYAL MAIL STEAMERS FROM LIVERPOOL CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN, For Keir YOBK For BORTOK BTRURIA S*t., NOT. 19 PAY0NIA. Tues NoY 15 N £ T- C*RINTHIA Nor. 2* UMBBIA. b*t., Dec. 3 CEPHALONIA-Tu., NOT, 29 SUPERIOR ACCOMMODATION at moderate fares for FIRST, SECOND, and THIRD Class Passengers. Through Bookings to CHINA, JAPAN, NEW ZEALAND, and AUSTRALIA, also to all parts of United States and Canada, in- cluding Klondyke, &a. Third Class Passengers by Boston steamers booked to New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore without extra Charge. Third Class outfit free. Foe particulars apply to The Canard Steam hip., t7-t.-p..y, Ltd.c 8 Water-street, Liverpool, t" their Agent, W. H. PSVIOZL Vsl"trest, Denbltfh No Vacancies for Orpltan Foundationers. HOWELL'S FEMALE ORPHAN SCHOOLS, DENBIGH. On Tuesday, Deo. 6th next, Three Vacancies for Pay Boarders, over Seven years of Age, will be filled up at the above School. Terms .£20 per annum, payable Quarterly in advance. The Local Governors will also entertain applications for the admission of Day Scholars, the Terms being, Entranoe Fee, 10s.; and a Quarterly payment of £2 in advance. Forms of application for the above several vacancies can be had from Mr. J. P. LEWIS, Solicitor, Denbigh, (Jlerk to the Local Governors, and all applications must be sent to him on or before Saturday, the 26th Inst. Former applications should be renewed by letter to the Clerk on or before the last- mentioned date. Canvassing the Local Governors, either directly or indirectly, is strictly forbidden. Note.-There is a Qualification test for the admission of Children, regulated according to age, which can be had from the Clerk. The School Examiner is to test all elected Candidates and report to the Local Governors. DENBIGH, NOV. 1st, 1898. (2166nl2 ——j The Seventeenth Annual Ruthin Christmas Show PresidentSAXON GREGSON ELLIS, ESQ. Vice-Presidents The MAYOR OF RUTHIN & R. BEECH, ESQ. To be held on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15th, in the Municipal Buildings. j Nearly zeloo in Cash and other Prizes for Dogs, Poultry, Dressed Poultry, Grain, Roots, Vegetables, Fruit, etc.; also for Competitions in Wood Carving, Fretwork, Painting in Oil and Water Colour, Photography, Art Needle- work, and Bread Baking. The Prizes for Farmers have been consider- ably increased, and the Competition for the Best Collection of Farm Produce is Open to North Wales. First Prize, 23; Second Prize, m is. Od. Special Prizes for Cottagers' Poultry. Schedules are now ready, which will be sent to intending Exhibitors post free by the Secretary, W. T. BROCKLEHURST, 2152d3 Borthyn, Ruthin RUTHIN FIRE BRIGADE. The Eighth Annual Entertainment in aid of the funds of the above Brigade will be given in the ASSEMBLY ROOM. RUTHIN. on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24h, 1898, at 8 p.m. prompt. MB. TEMPLER SAXE, late principal Baritone of the Criterion, Prince of Wales, Shaftesbury, and Court Theatres • also of the Carl Rosa Light Opera Company.' Mn. LOUI PARRi, of the Liverpool and Chester Concerts; and a host of leading Amateurs. The Newest Kinematograph, with all the latest sensations. The Charge of the 21st Lancers. The Phantom Ride. The Coronation of the Queen of Holland. The Return of the Troops from the Soudan, &c., &c. Reserved and Numbered Chairs, 3s.; Family Ticket to admit five, 12s. 6d First Seats, 2s.; Second Seats, Is. 2189nl9 TAKE NOTICE. TAKE NOTICE. THZ GREAT SALE at rn STEAD & SIMPSON'S, The National Boot and FV ->e Depot, HIGH ST., DENBIGH, IS NOW ON, AND WILL CONTINUE FOR 21 DAYS. During which time Better Value will be given than was ever obtained in any Sale of BOOTS and SHOES. Come and inspect our Immense Stock of Gent's, Ladies', and Children's BOOTS and SHOES of splendid quality, and yet offered at MARVELLOUSLY LOW PRICES. The Sale Now On. NOTE THE ADDRESS:- STEAD & SIMPSON, High St., Denbigh. Charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman was Noble, but the Charge for 1898 Highest Grade Cycles AT BULLER'S i. tbe "eel or W B /who has just returned from Coventry) IS able'to offer the Worlds Best Machines at Prices, UNDER COST of Production, Singers Rovers, Townends. Excelsiors, Raglan, and many other of the Best Makers. Also a few Equal to New, at Second-hand Prices; very little used.. Anyone in search of BARGAINS wpoctfolly^ite^to «JU,or lnd NOTE ADDRESS BULLER, "rl% Portland Place, DENBIGH. 2130)14 AT THE VERY TOP OF STRENGTHENING TONICS STANDS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, Reliable at every change of health, suitable for every climate, safe and sure alike for men, women and children. The Grand Secret of Dame Nature for the Alleviation of INDIGESTION. NERVOUSNESS. WEAKNESS. SLEEPLESSNESS. LOW SPIRITS. DYSPEPSIA. LIVER COMPLAINTS. THE VEGETABLE TONIC, THE VEGETABLE TONIC, THE VEGETABLE TONIC. It advocated as a first aid toward quickening commercial initinets, for the counting-house or the market-place. It is a tonio that 111 eure to be wanted. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. ali^^ardT;w?rkln« toilers gener- retntrtLl!16 X{?lted1Kin8dom should remember the old saying '• Pre- hotter than cure," and that just as it ia necessary to oall when brain and body are over-taxed ao it is de- eirable to do aU that is possible to keep the system thoroughly up to the mark, for every rush of com- petition and extra labour. You have a regular dootor, have you a regular preservative of health to save you from the doctor and the doctor's bills ? If not, try GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS, A purely vegetable tonic, which contains the strengthening quali- ties of Sarsaparilla, Saffron, Bur- dock, Gentian, Lavender, and Dan,lel;on. as well as Quiuitic. Th t exact remedy yon want for Palpi- tation, Sleeplessness, Biliousness, or Rheumatism. It not'only gives you freedom from pain but strength and zest for your work that makes it a pleasure. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. THE VEGETABLE TONIC. SOLD EVERYWHERE In bottles, 2g. 9d. and 4s. 6d each, or in cases containing three 4s. 12s. per case. The Proprietors will forward, carriage free, for the above prices, should any difficulty be experi- enced in procuring it. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. See the name 11 GWILYM Ev&xs on Label, Stamp, and Bottle. SOLE PROPRIETORS: QUININE BITTERS MANUFACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES. 2039s30.99 Vale of Clwyd Cricket. Croquet, and Lawn Tennis Club. LADY PATRONESS MBS. W. C. JONES. PRESIDENT ;-COL. ME SHAM. THE ANNUAL BALL will be held in the COUNTY HALL, DENBIGH, On FRIDAY, the 16th DECEMBER, 1898. Dancing to commence at 10 p.m. Tickets;—Gentlemen, 10s. 6d.; Ladies, 7s. 6d. GUY FRANCIS, T „ Hon. See, Denbigh, 10th November, 1898. 2193dlO Preliminary Announcement. GRAND MILITARY BALL, a n Troop Denbighshire Hussars and i,D» Company 1st V.B. Royal Welch Fusiliers. TOWN BALL. DENBIGH, Thursday, 29th December, 1898. 2196nl2 DRILL HALL, DENBIGH. One Night Only I Friday, November 18th. Miss MAGGIE MOBTON'S No. 1 COMPANY omestlc Dr" The New Military end D Five Acts-Th WAIoA. In The Ladder of Life," °* "Qo*dons to the Front: waTd « n°ger8' author of Re" Includinc' fv,a of Cr°mwell," etc., etc. of a ? Greatest Acrobatic Sensation of FnfiLf86 THREE DIAMONDS, painted ^uW Scenery, specially made and London • £ ^act°ry ° £ Francis H. Bull, HAMMER GkREat NASMYTH STEAM Muaio vl' Kirkstall Jay, Ltd., Leeds; MorHo A Ben Bftrrow > Uniform by Arm™: Angel & Co., Shafosbury Avenue; Arms by London Decorations Co., 187, Strand •ammunition by Bland & Co., Strand, London. Special Engagement of t PIPER MACBETH, WTV 0f H-M.S. (and companion to PIPER INI)LATER), who will play the now celebrated Skirl, The Cock o' the North." Come Early and Avoid Crushing. Plan and Tickets at Mr. Nott's 2194nl2 Llanfair and Llanelidan TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION CLASSES IN THE PRINCIPLES of AGRICULTURE (ULder the auspices of the Denbighahire County Counoil). Session 1898-1899. CLASSES commence' on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th, at Llanfair, and on the following Wednesday, November 23rd, at Llanelidan. LECTURER: Mr. D. Thomas, Plas Isa, Llanfair. (First Class Certificate. Advanced Stage in Principles of Agriculture Science and Art Department, South Kensington). The Classes will be held at the SCHOOLS of Llanfair and Llanehd i tVia Classes to be Tickets for admittance to and had (com tho Lecturer o Pj> u h Member. to of J.. will be TghSU £ Ve Sub-Committee, and returned itSTtnd of the Hession to all Members under 20 vears of age that will have attended twelve beaten. 2id2nl2

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