Whitsuntide Presents Icree i | A Pleasant Surprise for the Holidays. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, SATURDAY, MAY 17th, to SATURDAY, MAY 24th (inclusive), A HANDSOME LEATHER PURSE will be Presented to each Purchaser of DICKIS BOOTS of the Value of 5s. and Upwards. COME IN CROWDS. DICK'S, DENBIGH. First Grade Official Repairer to the Cyclists Touring Club. D, CUSHION, Cycle and Motor Depot, 9, Clwyd Street, RUTHIN. All descriptions of Repairs and Brazing a Speciality. 15 years, experience in some of the Leading Factories in the Trade, Agent for R. and P. New Hudson, New Sanspareil, Premier, and Hobart Cycles and Motor Cycles. 1441A31 LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! AT WHEWAY'S, S.P.Q.R. Stores, 45, YALE STREET, DENBIGH, for Glass, China, Earthenware, Toy's Baskets, and all Fancy Goods suitable for PRESENTS. Flower Pots, all sizes; Galvanized Ware, always a large stock on hand. China Tea Sets, 40 pieces, from 7s 9d; Toilet Sets from 4s 8d, 6 pieces, Dinner Seta, 26 pieces, 10s ditto 50 pieces, 21s. See Wheway's wonderful Watches, Gents, 2s lid Ladies, 4s 6d Guaranteed correct time keeper. Sent to any address, carriage paid 3d extra. Money retarnod, if not satisfactory in a fortnight's time. A visit of inspection kindly solicited. NOTE ADDRESS :— WHEWAY, 4j, Vale Street, Denbigh. The Pont Ystrad Woollen Mills AND 15, Vale Street, Denbigh. Real Welsh Tweeds and Serges of Welsh Wool. The finest Stock of genuine Homespun Costume Cloths, Tweeds, Serges, Ac., in North Wales in the very latest Shades and Designs, procured from the leading Paris and London Costumiers. Thoroughly shrunk, will not felt, colours fast to both Sun and Water. Very durable and useful. Gent's Cloths & Flannels for Summer wear, in patterns and colouring suitable for Boating, Cricket, Cycling and Shooting. The Pont YBtrad Tweeds and Serges are pro- nounced by the Public to be the BEST. Mrs. HELitE, a.n authority on Weaving, &c., writes "The goods manufactured by Hughes and Sons, of Denbigh, are sound and perfect.' Quilts, Blankets, Flannels, Bath-Blankets, Carpets, Hearthrugs, Horse-Clothing, Yarns, and Hosiery of every description kept in stock at reasonable prices. Imitation Scotch Wools in Welsh Yarns, in 3 ply, in all shades. Customer's own Wool manufactured into Cloths, Serges, Quilts, Flannels, &c., &c. All Gocds manufactured by Hughes and Sons may be had in London from the follow- ing:—Madame Jos6 et Cie., 44, South Moulton Street, W. Madame A. Grant, 5, Somerset St., Portman Square and 34, Sloane Square and the Morgan Arcade, Cardiff, Patronized by Her Majesty Queen Alexandra and the Nobility. Contractors to His Majesty's Government. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— 15, VALE STREET, and PONT YSTBAD WOOLLEN MILLS, DENBIGH. 6.02 Contractors to His Majesty's Government. THE" CUHDALL" PATENT ivi OIL ENGINES. MOST PERFECT POWER FCR THRASHING, GRINDING, CHOPPING, PULPING, &c. W^|pPllP' Makers of the Largest Oil Engines in the World. B. CUNDALL & SONS. LIMITED, Shipley. Yorks. LONDON-ST. BRIDE ST., E.C., & PARIS. my.03 ESTABLISHED 1861. BIRKBECK BANK Southampton Bldngs., Chancery Luis, London, W.C. CURRENT ACCOUNTS 20 on the minimum monthly balances, O JQ when not drawn below £ 100. A DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS 217. STOCKS AND SHABKB Stocks and Shares purchased and sold for cwtoaani TIM BIBKBBOK ALMANACK, wftk full ptrttotant post free. FRANCIS RAVBtBOMn. JI. rolophone No. o SoVborrv. nugraphie AtUrwa "BMBWZ, Lonwa." I ITHOMAS A. ROBERTS] invites special attention to his BLEND OF TEAS at Is. 4d., Is. 8d., 2s., and 2s. 6d. per lb. The Finest Groceries and Provisions obtainable at Reasonable Prices. Home-Made BREAD FRESH DAILY. Sole Agent for Hovis Bread. 41, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH (NEAR THE POST OFFICE). 1726n8 Musical- Mr. Wm. J. Kempton, Professor of Music, Conductor, Trained Singing Master, and Cathedral Organist (Ely). Voice Development, Solo SingiDg, Sight Singing, Classes, Pianoforte, Organ, and Theory Lessons. MODERATE FEES. SCHOOLS VISITED. PREPARATION FOR ALL EXAMS. PATROXS :—Countess Cowper, Lady Ewart, Hon. Mrs. Newdigate, &c., Earl Devon, Rev. Sir Frederick Ouseley, Bart.; Sir William Ewart, Bart; Sir Arthur Sullivan, Sir John Puleston, Constable of Carnarvon Castle; Dr. Steggail, Editor of Hymns A. and M. &0. Wrexham, Chester, Denbigh, and Mold visited weekly. PARK HOUSE, RUTHIN and c/o JIDE AN16 LEFFLER, MUSIC STORES, Renshaw Street, Liverpool. 1331u.c SERVANTS' REGISTRY. oonduoted by Mrs. Aldrich, STATIONER, RUTHIN MRS. ROWBOTHAM, Hall Square (LATB OF 28, VALE STREET). Ladies' and Children's Outfitter Fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. W ANTED, at once, Experienced and Plain \V Cooks, Parlourmaids, Housemaid Waitresses, Housemaids, Experienced Nurse, age about 25, for June, one capable of taking entire charge. Alse Laundrymaid and to assist Housemaid; Housemaids and Waitresses for Llandudno, Colwyn Bay and Rhyl; several good Cook Generals, for near Denbigh. All kind of Hotel Servants wanted at once also Young General Servants for light situations, and General Servants for farm houses in Denbigh district; one for near Rhyl, able to undertake Dairy. Wages up to .£18. ISTAZLIBIRIED 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road, Denbigh. WANTED Experienced Cook for St. Asaph, small family, .£25; good Plain Cooks for Holywell, Denbigh, and St. Asaph, L16 to £18; good Waitress for near Denbigh; Housemaid Waitresses for Rhjl and Colwyn Bay; Kitchenmaids and good Generals for Rhyl, Colwyn Bay, and Abergele; also an Experienced Laundress, good wages. MRS. PIPER, Servants' Registry, Denbigh- WANTED, Experienced Cooks and Plain Cooks for Denbigh, St. Asaph, Rhyl, Chester, Corwen.'and Derwen; Parlourmaids for tit. Asaph, Colwyn Bay, and Chester; Housemaid Waitresses for Denbigh, St. Asaph, and Flint; Upper-Housemaid for Birkenbead; Cook-Generals, Kitchenmaids, Scullery Maids, Between Maids; also Generals and Young Girls for light situations. Wanted for May good Dairymaid, t20 wages, and other Farm- house Servants.—Disengaged Cook-General, age 30, where one or two in family preferred. 303my31 MISS WILLIAMS, SERVANTS REGISTRY, I Post Office Lane, DENBIGH. WANTED good Plain Cooks and Cook— Generals; also Good Generals.—Die engaged; Young Person as Working House- keeper in saaall family, Housemaid Waitresses, Kitchenmaid, and Under-Housemaid or Between Girl, C. D. PHILLIPS, ELTON HOUSE, RUTHIN. Modern glass-sided Hearse to Let. Funerals Completely Furnished For terms apply as above. 1416 u.c. DENBIGH COUNTY SCHOOL. Notice of Examination for County School Scholarships. THE Governors of the Denbigh County .jL School offer for competition to Boys attending Public Elementary Schools, FOUR SCHOLARSHIPS of the annual value of dE4 10s each, this being the amount of the School Tuition Fees tenable in the Denbigh County School (and renewable from year to year on the recommendation of the Head Master), (two being County Scholarships (i.e. payable out of the School Funds), the third being kindly given by Dr. David Lloyd, J.P., Denbigh, and the fourth by an anonymous donor). 1st. One open to boys resident within the School District who are and have for not less than 3 years been Scholars in any Public Elementary School, and who shall not have attained the age of 13 years on the day of the Examination. 2nd. One open to boys resident within the School District who are and have for not less than 3 years been Scholar in a Public Elementary School, and who shall on the day of the Examination be Scholars in an Elementary School in a rural district, and shall not then have attained the age of 14 years. 3rd. One open to boys resident within the School Distriot who are and have for not less than 3 years been Scholars in any Public Elementary School, and who shall not have attained the age of 14 years on the day of the Examination. 4th. One open to boys rebident within the School Distriot who are and have for not less than 3 years been Scholars in any Public Elementary School, and who shall not have attained the age of 14 years on the day of the Examination. The Examination will take place at the County School, on the 6th and 7th of June next. Applications, accompanied by a certificate of good conduct (in a closed envelope) from the Head Teacher of the Elementary School at which the candidate is a pupil, must be made upon the official form, which can be obtained from the undersigned. A copy of the Rules, and also a copy of the Time Tables, shall be forwarded to each Candi- date with the official form of application. Applications should reach the undersigned 14 days before the day of the Examination. A. FOULKES-ROBERTS, Clerk to the Denbigh County School Governors. 1675m24. Swan Chambers, Denbigh. Scholastic. QlBLS' JgOARDING ASP DAY SCHOOL Love Lane House, Denbigh. PBiirciPA.1—MISS K. HUBBARD. The Course of Instruction includes English Music, Singing, French, German, Drawing Fainting, and Needlework. Pupils can be pre. pared for the Local Examination. Arcville College, East Parade, Rhyl. Preparation for London Matriculation, Oxford and Cambridge Locals and Associated Board of Music. FRENCH Land GERMAN Spoken. PRINCIPAL: MISS MERCIER. Dentistry. Dental Notice. MR. THOMAS LUKYN (FROM LONDON), DENTAL SURGEON, successor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. B Williams), may be oonsulted daily ,t Fern Villa, Church Street, Bkyi National Telephone No. 0174; Rhyl. DENBIGH.—Every Wednesday at Mra Row- botham, Hall Square. RUTHIN.—The Firs Tuesday and Th.rd Monday in each Month at Mr. WilliamB Tudor House, 6, Well Street. N.B.-Patients visited by appointment. Ult. E. W. KEATINGE LJD-S-, SURGEON DENTIST. Vaenol," Opposite the Church), Russell Road RHYL. ATTENDANCES. JBNBIGH-At Mr. R. D. Hughes, Chemist High Street, every Wednesday. dUIRIN-At T. H. BilCb" Jeweller's Shop, 14 St. Petorls-squars, every First Tuesday in the Month (Fair Day), and every ThirdMonaay i FOUNDED PEE OCEAN ACCIDENT AND j GUARANTEE CQ1'?' r r'ION..Ltd. I ^Empowered by Special Act of Parliament), Authorised- £ 1,000,000 INC0ME; 1901 Jl,120,358 CAPITAL I?A01 *AC\ RESERVES OI HI A FTQQ SUBSCRIBED Dec. 31st, 1901 3^X5U"t^±,OOt7 FUNDS, 31st Dec., 1901 Ol QQf7 (excluding Uncalled Capital) ^1)00 I The "Advanced" Policy is based on wide and liberal lines. It not dilly provides against Accidents, but also against Illness and Permanent Incapacity, and the sum assured automatically increases upon each renewal. It possesses, in addition, the important advantage of being World-wide as to Travel. Send for Prospectus. Fidelity Guarantees. Third Party Indemnities. The Bonds of this Corporation are accepted by all Departments of Mortgage Insurance. H.M. Government. „ Excess Bad Debt Insurance Workmen's Compensation. Sickness Insurance. Boiler and Lift Inspection Burglary Insurance. and Insurance. NORTH WESTERN BRANCH: Ocean Chambers, ALFRED W. GREGORY, NORTH JOHN STREET, LIVERPOOL. SECRETARY. HEAD OFFICE: R. J. PAULL, 36 to 44, Moorgate Street, London, E.C. General Manager and Secretary. T. DAVIES, I BOTCHER, 2, Vale Street, Denbigh. Supplies Best Quality Vale of Clwyd Beef, Mutton, Lamb, Veal, and Pork, at lowest possible Market Prices. Careful Personal Attention given to every Branch of the Business. Welsh Mutton and Lamb a Speciality. Orders promptly attended to. (Shop Opan Daily). NOTE THE ADDRESS :— 2, VALE STREET. (Corner of Hall Square). 1796. Cigar and Cigarette Importer and TOBACCONIST, Wholesale and Retail. An Immense Stock of the leading makes in HABANA CIGARS, Murias, Bock, Valley Yea. Cabanas, Alvarez, and many others, all in perfect smoking condition, from 3d. to Is. each. Mexican, Manila, Indian and British Finest Brands at wholesale prices. CIGARETTES, Turkish, Egytian, Russian, Brazilian, Virginian direct from Manufacturers and Importers. Agency for Ardath, Carreras, John Cotton, and other High Class Mixtures. Latakia, Perique, Flakes, Hand-Cuts, Finest Shags, Cavendish's Cakes, Rolls, Plugs, I Navy Cuts, Golden Bar, &c. &c. All Best Brands obtainable. Sole Agent for Loewe, BBB. Petersons, and other best Pipe 4c Pouch Manufacturers, and every other requisite for Smokers. Samples and prices on application. Contracts taken. Shops, Hotels, etc. supplied at absolutely Wholesale Prices. I Note the Address:— (THE OLD FIRM), BULLER, Portland Place, DENBIGH. ESTABLISHED 1874. j HELSBY. HELSBY. For every description of Photography go to HELSBYS. 30, YALE STREET, DENBIGH. Branch at MR. LEWIS JONES, RUTHIN Better work than ever at the same low prices All sizes from midgets to life-size enlarged portraits. Satisfaction guaranteed. Family, School, Wedding, and Class Groups, &c ictures darefully mounted and framed at lowest prices to suit overybsdy. LOCAL VIEWS. Best House in the Trade. HELSBY. HELSBY. S. EMMANUEL, HAIRDRESSER, &c., s to announce that he has removed from Park Street, to more commodious premises, 7, BRIDGE STREET, ^Jnder the Constitutional Club) DENBIGH. LADIES' COMBINGS MADE UP at Is. per r-jnee. Umbrellas recove.dd and neatly Rel-.ilred at Moderns Charges PLEASE NOTK THE NEW ADDRESS :— 7, BRIDGE SIREET, [DENBIGH. .m2810 BRADFORD'S UNIVERSALLY APPROVED [AUNDRY AND DAIRY MACHINERY Over <SO Gold Silver MC<1:UK :M<l Fir«t I'rue Awards. NEW ''TRIPLE" WASHING III.SK, 0O9. C3inplcte. "VOWEL" WASHINO WIUNGING, "DIAPHRAGM" CHURRS. AMI MASOLING MACUIHES. I BUTTKK VWIUU. LAUNDRY RK^CISITKS. DAIRY ArpiJASCB8. Liberal Cash Term*. Catalogue* Ptat Fre* THOMAS BRADFORD a co.. 140-142, HIGH Holborn, London; 130, Bold 8tn*t, Liverpool ;| Victoria Ar«nuc, MANCHESTER; Crescent Iron Works, Sal FORI J Thomas J. Davies, CLWYDIAN VIEW, 8, CLWYD STREET, RUTHIN, Painter, 'Gilder, and Paper-hanger. House, Sign, and Furniture Painting, Paper-hanging, Graining, Decorating, Gilding. Marbling, Whitewashing, Colouring and Glazing. WALL PAPER WAREHOUSE Large Selection. Mr. Davies begs to announce that he is continuing the business formerly carried "on under the style of J. H. DAVIES, and whilst thanking the numerous Customers for past favours hopes by strict attention to business and good workmanship to merit a continuance of their support. 1352u.c. T. R. EUTTER, 6, Vale Street, Denbigh, is now shewing NEW GOODS for the Season in all the Latest and Newest Designs in Suitings, Fancy Vestings, Rainproof Coatings, Trouserings, &c. A Trial Order respectfuliy solicited. Complete Satisfaction Guaranteed. iiats, Caps, Ties, &c. The Newest for the Season. Makes BOOTS and HARNESS water- Y*t A T m 9 Proof as a duck's back, 11 J\ j i fiiS soft as velvet, and wear three times as long; pleasant odour; allows GOLD MEDAL 22 P™^FTJON Higj&ees Awards for Superiority. DT7R"RTN"Tim 2d-6d-1/- 2'- AmJ 1 il»'i of boot Makers, Sadd- lers, Ironmongers dc. Manfy. E. Dulwich, London. BROCKLEHURST'S CHEAP COLLECTION Ot Vegetabia Seeds, 3s. 6d. post free. BROCKLEHURST'S GRAKD COLLECTION of Vegetable and Flower Seeds, 10s. 6d. post free. TOMATO PLANTS Is. 9d. and 2s. 6d. per dozen. Sent free to any address. Tomato Growing."—A practical treatise on the indoor and outdoor culture of Tomatoes, 6d; post free 61d. LARGK STOCK of Geraniums, Asters and other bedding plants. Beautiful Blue Lobelia 6d. per doxen. Bouquets, Wreaths, and fresh cut flowers. W. T. Brocklehurst, FLORIST AND NURSERYMAN, LONDON HOUSE, RUTHIN. 1437U.C SEED. WHITE Short Oats, Yellow or Black Oats, from 8s. to 9s. per hobbet, delivered. Barley (feeding), from 8s. to 9s. per hobbet on rail. Pure Seed, Up-to-Dates. Potatoes, 60s. to 65s., delivered any Station. Eating Potatoes, 60s. on rail. Clover and Timothy Hay, 1051- delivered Meadow Hay, 105/- delivered. Chilian (Chopped), 105/ delivered any Station in two ton lots. Flour, Baking and Pastry, 22s., 24s., 263., and 28s. per Sack of 280-lbs. Samples en application. BL U G H B S'S STORES, RUTHIN. 1531jel4 FREE. CYCLES! CYCLES CYCLES! CYCLES Marvellous Bargains 2,800 Cycles, Motors and fiBa Accessories. Bargains in Eadie's and B.S.A. Machines. Fltjiijii to any address, the most interesting 50 page Catalogue in the trade. Second-hand Cycles from 80s. 2,000 New Machines from 92 17s. 6d. Plated Rims, Rim Brake, Free- wheel Machines from JB4 lOa. each. Every class of Machine in Stock. Accessories Half Price-50 cheaper than others. Marvellous Bargains; Agents wanted; trade supplied. Don't buy before you have seen oar 50 page new Illustrated Catalogue, which will be an eye-opener and money-maker to all interested in the Cycle trade. This Catalogue FREE to all.-WARBILOW & Co., WESTON SUPER. MARS. 1434A30 Messrs. 5j JuOXj G* H_ VJO« > JSshate Agents, Auctioneers c. J and vaiuHis( i.; r¡CII. SALES OF FAT and STORE STOCK AT Denbigh SmithfieM, Every Fair Day, the 2nd Tuesday in the month. .Ad' The King's Coronation. BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. AT a Meeting held in the Council Chamber, Denbigh, on Friday, the 18th ultimo (the Mayor in th9 chair), it was resolved that a sum not exceeding J5100 be spent on local celebrations in the form of Treats to all the old people and school children in the Borough, and other Festivities, and that the surplus of the Funds raised be devoted to (J) The Denbigh- shire Infirmary; (2) The Nurses' Institute; (3) The building of a new Soup Kitchen for the Town. Should the Festivities Fund not reach the sum of JE100 it was resolved that the Committee be empowered to charge the other funds pro rata with the deficit. It is requested that subscribers will kindly pay their Donations to the National Provincial Bank, or the North and South Wales Bank, Denbigh, stating the object to which they wish their contributions applied. The Bank lists will contain columns showing the total amount subscribed by each subscriber, and how he or she wishes it to be appropriated. J. PARRY JONES, 1666u.c. Hon. Sec Howell's School, Denbigh. HEAD MISTRESS MISS BELOE, B.A., Hons., London, Formerly Senior Mathematical Lecturer, Westfield College, London. On Tuesday. June 3rd next, Four Vacancies for Orphan Foundation-rs between the ages of Seven and Twelve years will be filled up at the above School. The Local Governors will also entertain applications for the admission of Day Scholars, the Terms being, Entrance 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, Clerk to the Local Governors, and all applications must be sent to him on or before Tuesday, the 27th 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. Alote.-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, May 9th, 1902. 1722m24 r- Howell's School, Denbigh. HEAD MISTRESS MISS BELOE, B.A., Hons., Lond., formerly Senior Mathematical Lecturer at Westfield College, London. TWO Scholarships will be given in September next on the entrance examin- ation, which will be held at the Howell's School, Denbigh, and at the Draper's Hall, London, on July 8th and 9th. These Scholarships, which are intended mainly for the daughters of Professional men of limited means, secure the holders their education, board, washing, and maintenance on a yeaily payment of 920. Candidates must be approved by the Governors, and a preference will be given to such as are of Welsh birth. In September next a Hostel under the charge of one of the Assistant Mistresses, will be opened. The fees for pupils in this Hostel will be £ 28 a year. Six beds will be reserved for the benefit of children living in the neighbour- hood who are unable to attend the School daily from home. These candidates will be elected by the Governors. and will be required to pass an Entrance Examination. Ter beds will be reserved for Scholars who will receive their education, board and maintenance, for a yearly payment of .£28. The Scholarship Examination for these candidates will be held at the Howell's School, Denbigh, and at the Drapers' Hall, London, on Jaly 8th and 9th. One of the Scholarships will be given for Music (piano), the Examination of which will be held at the Howell's School, Denbigh, only. All applications, bath for Election and Scholarships, must be made before June 20th, to the Clerk to the Local Governoirs, Howell's School, Denbigh, who will furnish further particulars if desired. 1749j20 To Be Let. O LET, 2, CLWYD VILLAS, Denbigh. semi-detached, two entertaining rooms, four bedrooms, bathroom (hot and cold water), and usual offices. Immediate possession. Apply at the House. 1551u.c. ? | ^O LET, Furnished, in Denbigh, 6-roomed JL House, piano, nice locality. Further particulars, address, M.H. Freo, Press Office, Denbigh. m31 rTTO ~BE LET. TYDDYN-Y-PARC, Green, JL near Denbigh. Recently enlarged. Two entertaining rooms, hall, vestibule, kitchen, back kitchen, pantry, scullery, dairy, bath- room (hot and cold water), six bedrooms, and electric bells, outbuildings. Excellent Garden to be let with 4A, 6, or 10 acres of land. Apply to J. Roberts, Plas Heaton, Trefnant, R.S.O. U.C TO BE LET. with immediate possession, COBDEN COTTAGE and Garden, Park Road. Ruthin. Apply to R. G. Joyce, Llanfair D.C. 17Q8u.c. T-O LET a Sitting Room and Bedroom. T Terms moderate. Apply Mrs. ITughes, 110. Vale Street, Denbigh. !4- Bryn Rhos, Ruthin- fTlO BE LET, this desirable semi-detached I Residence. 2 Entertaining Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, W.C., good Attics, Flower and Kitchen Garden, situate in the outskirts of the town of Ruthin, on the Mold Road, stands high on a red sandstone subsoil.—Apply G. F. Byford, Estate Offices, Ruthin. m31 The Finest Health Resort in North Wales. RHOS ABBEY HOTEL, COLWYN BAY, RHOS-ON-SEA, COLWYN BAY. Facing the Sea, Pure Bracing Air, Delightful Climate, Charming Scenery. Water Supply and Sanitation Ferfect. Elegant Apartments. Every Home Comfort All Bedrooms Sea View. Excellent Go Links by the 8a within half mile. High Class Cuisine. Terms Moderate. Tariff, apply to Fr. Meier, Proprietor (late at heS WINDSOR HOTEL GLASGOW. j30.02 For Sale. ON SALE, a light-running four-wheeled Y&rnished RALL1 CAR, quite now, with brake, lamps, and mats, full-look. Apply to Mr. W. Davies, Coach Builder, Love Lane, I Denbigh. 1711u.c. Ssisb bj- Messrs. JPrank Lloyd ar,<j J Sons- Thursday Xu;, May Dth,J 1 ST ASAPH SXITUFIIIA i). "jplRANK LLOYD & SONS will Sell:- 100 to 120 Fat and Store Cattle, 800 to 1000 Fat Sheep, Lambs, and Couples, Pigs and Calves. More Entries Expected and Invited. 1743m24 25 Acrgs of Good Pasture Land. in RANK LLOYD & SONS have been L instructed by J. H. Wrigley, Esq., St. Asaph, to Let By Auction in the above Smith- field, at about 2 30 on THURSDAY NEXT, TOP SHOP FIELD," S.W. of Bryu Pulyn House, 11a. Or. 4p. DRIVE FIELD," S. of Bryn Polyu House, 13a. lr. 9p. The above Land is looking exceedingly well and is well watered. 1742m24 1000 HORSES. £ 50^ (The Largest Sales in the World. GREAT JUNE SALES in the North Wales Repository, Wrexham. A ESSRS. FRANK LLOYD & SONS Ld invite Entries for June 11th and 12th.-High Class Harness Horses and Match Pairs. June 13th.—Pedigree Hackneys, Show Cobs, and Ponies, including 12 from Ir. Evan Jones, Manoravon Stud. SECOND WEEK. 'June 18th and 19th —Heavy Town, Lurry, Parcel Vanners, and Young Horses. A 10 Guinea Cup for the best Town Horse. At the reeent March and April Sales in this Repository 75 horses have been sold at an average of over £100 each, and the Champion Cart Horse 120 Guineas. 1714m24 DAVID JbiOBEPiTS & SON, Auctioneers and Valuers, CORWEiV AND DENBIGH. Hawi- and Bucfc e Ina, Denbigh^ MESSRS DAVID ROBERTS & SON ARE favoured with the instructions of Miss Jones who is leaving to Sell bv Auction on the premises at the HAWK and BUCKLE INN, DENBIGH, ou FRIDAY, MAY 30th, 1902, the whole of the Superior Modern and Antique Household Furniture and Outdoor Effects- For Particulars see Posters. Sale at 12-30 o'clock prompt. Auctioneers' Offices, Corwen and Denbigh. 1747m24 Sale by Mr. Fred Wallis. On Tuesday N,xt, May 27th, 1902. Dovery House, Bryngobaith, St. Asaph. R FRED WALLIS has been instructed iY.ll by Mr. J. P. Mumford, who is giving up housekeeping, to sell by Public Auction on the above premises the whole of the superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, iucluding sweet-toned full compass Pianofort by Chappell and Co., London, Walnut Drawing Room Suite in crimson Repp, Dining and Occasional Tables, Bedsteads and Bedding, Dressing Tables and Washstands, and the Kitchen and Culinary requisites, together with a Portable Room (9 x 8 x 9), suitable for use as an office, a useful 6-year old Pony, and abou 15 tons of Prim Meadow Hay, which is situate in a field close to the Cemetery. The Hay and Pony will be sold at 12.30, and the Sale of Furniture will commence at one prompt. Auction Offices: Town Hall, Rhyl, and St Asaph. 1744m24 CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Every description of Waited, For Sale," and aimtla kdvortiaementB can be inserted in this column at the ollowing cheap PREPAID rates. Stamps r Postal orderti can be sent:- 16 words, once 6<3., three times la '21 worda, 9d., 1b. 64. 3'2 worda, Iti., „ 2s. 40 words, LB. 3d. 2s. 6d. And so on, adding 3d. for every additional 8 words This Scale only applies to PREPAID advertiHemen Situations Vacant, VV/ANTED, WORKING HOLTSEKEEPEII to single gentleman. No washing, boots, or knives, etc. Good wages. Apply at once by letter to W. F, Free Press Office, Denbigh, U. c Denbigh School Board. WANTED early in August next a CERTIFICAlED MISTRESS. Fron- gocn Infant Board School. Salary J890. Applications stating age and experience, with not more than three recent testimonials, on or before the 18th of June, to R. HUMPHREYS ROBERTS, Clerk. Denbigh, 22nd May, 1902. 1748m24 DENBIGH ASYLUM- THE Visiting Gommittee invite appli- cations for the following appointments, viz.:— COOK for the Temporary Buildinga. Salary 220 per annum, with board, lodging, washing, and uniform. STOKER, for day and night duty in alternate weeks; wages 21s. per week, without allowances. STABLE BOY. Wages 5s. per week, with three meals per day. Forms of application may be obtained from the undersigned. (Signed), WM. BARKER, Clerk to the Visiting Committee. 22nd May, 1902. 1740m24 ST- ASAPH UNION. PORTER WANTED. THE Guardians of this Union will at their Meeting on Friday, the 6th day of June next, proceed to the Election of a PORTER far the VVorkhouse. Salary £3() per annum with board, lodging, and washing, valued at L30 per annum for superannuation purposes also a suit of uniform annually, the whole to be subject to the provisions of the Poor Law Officer's Superannuation Act, 1896. Applicants must be single, strong, able bodied men capable of performing the duties prescribed by the orders of the Local Govern- ment Board. Candidates must also have a knowledge of Tailoring so as to be able to cut and make clothing, and preference will be given to a person conversant with both English and Welsh languages. Applications in the handwriting of the candidates, stating age, present and previous occupation, and accompanied by testimonials, to be sent to me, the undersigned, not later than Monday, the 2nd day of June next. Selected Candidates will receive notice to attend on the day of Election, to whom third class railway fare will be allowed. By Order, CHAS. GRIMSLEY, Clerk to the Guardians. St. Asaph, 14th May, 1902. 1729m24 DENBIGH MARKET, WEDNESDAY.—The prices wt,r,B as followsFowls, 4s 6d to 5:1 bd per couple eggs, 16 to 18 for Is fresh butter, 1M ana lid per lb small tubs, lOd. BIRD'S CUSTARD POWDKU makes a perfect, high class Custard at a minimum of cost and trouble. Used by all the leading Diplomees of the South Kenain^ in School of Cookery. Invaluable also for a variety of Sweet Dishes, recipes for wb :h accompany each packet. Bird's Custard Satisfies the most fastidious taste.