THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. ) THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. The Best Spring Medicine is one -,vhi-,h "wouia purify the blood, strengthen the nervep, give tone to the system, banish any germs of disease which may have settled in any organ, and enable the system to derive the full benelifc of the reviving influences of Spring. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERfe Is popularly and deservedly known as the Best Spring Medicine. It has gained a world-wide reputation, and the investigations of analysts and physicians and the experience of patients have conclusively proved it to be simply an Ideal Spring Medicine, adapted to the needs ol all at this season of the year. NEVER DISAPPOINTS. NEVER DISAPPOINTS. NEVER DISAPPOINTS. None who have-fairly tried Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bit.ers have ever been disappointed. It cannot au;are the most delicate, wiiile in every instance it Rives material assistance to the weakened vital forces. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. Is the Safest, the Surest, and the most Satisfactory Itemedy of the age. FOR WEAKNESS, NERVOUSNESS, INDIGESTION, LOW SPIRITS, SLEEPLESSNESS. INFLUENZA. CHEST AFFECTIONS. BRINGS QUICK RELIEF. BRINGS QUICK RELIEF. BRINGS QUICK RELIEF. This reviving, invigorating, strengthening remedy—when otW attempts to cure have' failed—often bringit quick relief to Buffer;.ra from weakness of body and unstrung nerves indigestion, poor blood, depressed spirits, iiue' it increases the joy of life to all. It may well be termed "Nature's Great Tonic." GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BI FTE RS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. We can strongly and confidently recommend this nreparation, as it has treated severe cases of Influenza. Heavy Colds, the After-effects of Iniiuenza which so often prove fatal, Extreme Weakness una Languor with greater success than any other known remedy. NOTE THE NAME. NOTE THE NAME.. NOTE THE NAME. Note that the name "Gwilym Evans" niuft be found on the label, stamp, and bottle to insure its being genuine. When you tiud the name then you are sure there is no mistake. GWILYM EVANb' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. GWILYM EVANS' QUININE BITTERS. Sold in bottles, 2R. 9d. and 4s. 6-3. each, or three 4s. Cd. bottlefi in a case for 12 6d., by all Chemists and Stores, or direct, carriage free, t ro III THE SOLE PROPRIETORS: THE QUININE BITTERS MANU- FACTURING COMPANY, LIMITED, LLANELLY, SOUTH WALES.
Rand Brewery, 17, Well Street, RUTHIN R. ROBERTS: Wholesale and Retail Wine and Spirit Mercb.an. Brewer and begs to call the attention of the Gentry and Public to his celebrated Home-Brewed ALES (pure Extract of Malt and Heps), which may be supplied in Casks of 36, 18, and 9 gallons at the following prices;- 36 gls. 18 gls. 9 gls. ) XXXX (Mild) 50s. 25s. 12s. 6d. XXX (do.) 42s. 21s. 10s. 6d. XX (do.) 36s. 188. 9s. Od. B.b Bitter) 50s. 25s. 12s. 6d. P.A, (do, .42s. 21s. on 10s. 6d. Guiness's Extra Stout; Barclay and Perkins; ondon Stout; and Bass & Co.'s Burton Ales n Cask and Bottles. Finest Scotch and Irish Whiskies, Old Ports Sherries and Champagnes of well-known Brands. 11 W. Price Jones is Noted for the Sale of ..L. ^rl.T HIGH CLASS TEAS AT MODERATE PRICES also 7 E S GrROGEEIB S of the FINEST QUALITY. The following are a few of the PATENT MEDICINES « PROPRIETARY ARTICLES kept in Stock and Sold at or below Store Prices;- Usual Our Price. Price. s. d s. d. Allen's Hair Restorer 6 U 3 6 Apenta Water 1 3 10 Beecham's Pills 1 1 0 10 Benger's Food 1 6 12 Blairs Pills 1 1 0 10 Benzine Ccilas 0 G 0 41 Brown's Bronchial Trooches 0 1 £ 0 10 Castor Oil, 8oz. Bottle 10 0 7 Carter's Little Liver Pills 1 1 £ 0 11 Chemical Food, Parrishes 10 0 10 Clarke's Pyramid Night Lights 10 0 8 Cleaver's Tersbene Hair Wash 10081 Cuticura Soap 10 0 10 £ Davies' Coagh Mixture. 1 1 £ 0 11 Eade's Gout Pills 1. 1 £ 0 10 £ Evans' Quinine Bitters. 2 9 2 3 „ 4 6 3 8 George's Pills, No. 1, 2 or 3 1 1 £ 0 10 £ Holloway's Pills or Ointment. I10101 Hughes' Blood Pills 1 11011 Kepler's Extract of Malt and Oil 2 6 18 -11 As .4630 Lanoline 0 6 0 4J Mason's Extract of Herbs 0 6 0 4 £ Mellin's Food 1 6 12 Owleridge's Lung Tonic 1 1 £ 0 10 Rigollot's Mustard Leaves 0 6 0 4 Scott's Pills 1 lj 1 0 Ditto Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil 1 1J 0 H Ditto ditto 2 6 9 Seigel's Byrup 1 1J 1 0 Ditto do 2 6 2 0 Scrubb's Cloudy Amonia 100ioj Williams' Pink Pills 2 9 2 2 Other Proprietary Articles at the same Low Prices. 23, HIGii STREIET, DENBIGH. The Staff of Life IS E. P. Jones, Son & Co.'s FURE Home-made Bread. A Tempting Article Sold at a Tempting Price. Is. Loaf for 8d. 6d. Loaf for 4d. 3d. Loaf for 2d. •niBsw '("7 Also Every Saturday until the Laat Satur.0 day in May, 1901, we shall Bake a MONSTER LOAF weighing 7lbs. for 6d. Orders for these Wonderful Loaves must be in hand before 7 p.m. the previous Friday, AD PAID FOR ON DELIVERY OUR BREAD recommends itself. We only ask you to Try ONE Loaf. We are confident you will then use no other. E. P. Jones, Son & Co THE EXPERT BAKERS, DENBIGH. I You needn't BOTHA ABOUT DE WET if you waterproof your boots with Dales' gold medal Dubbin. It also softens and preserves the leather. Allows polish- ing. 22 highest awards at Exhibitions. Sold in Id, 2d., & Gd tins by Boot- makers, Lentliersellerg, Oilmen, &c. Manufactory: Dulwich, S.E. ESTABLISHED 1851. BIRKBECK BANK n*«lfcaiupCaa Bldngi., Cfcancery LSM, Losiee, VA OURRZNT AOOOUlfft 2 Of <>•/ UOO. DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS 21 STOCKS AND 8RAU.. stmu MA m- P-dmwd &m "M tw womma VU BXRXBBOK AUUHAOK, wftfc MB [~ln>in. ] TRJdfOJS L1T1HS0I10IT, iril 5 Jgoftam. AMnm: "Bar I Messrs. CLOUGH & Co., Land Agents, general Valuers Auctioneers, Surveyors, &c., DENBIGH AMD RHYL. iklortgages & Loans negociated D. CUSHION, Cycle and Motor Depot, 9, Clwyd Street, RUTHIN, N.W. Repairs and Brazing a Speciality. Official Repairer to the C.T.C. —— Tyres Repaired and Re-Rubbered. Machines Built to Order. Agent for Star Motors, R. and P., and New Hudson Cycles. 325j12 Thos. Williams & Son, BILLPOSTERS, dsc. 46, WELL STREET, RUTHIN. Members of the United Billposters Association. Town and Country Posting Promptly attended to on Reasonable Terms. All work Personally Executed- NOTE THE ADDRESS. 414«.c. Contractors to His Majesty's Government. THE "CUNDALL" PATENT OIL ENGINES. MOST PERFECT POWER FOP. TIIRASHING, CHOPPING, &c. Makers of the Largest Oil Engines in the World. R. CUNDALL & SONS, LIMITED Shipley, Forks. LONDON—ST. BRIDE, ST., E.C., & PARIS. a20 92 Wynnstay Arms Hotel, RUTHIN. FAMILY AND COMIERCIAL. Under entirely New Management. POSTING in all its Branches Billiard Table refitted with New Patent Low Cushions. MISS "COOPER, Manageress. 1938a91 FASHIONS FOR SPRING, 1901. MfN JOHN ROBERTS, 1, Castle Street. RUTHIN, has received a LARGE ASSORTMENT of Ladies' Hats, Toques, Blouses, Capes, & Jackets. All the NEWEST and LATEST STYLE. High Class Tailoring and Dressmaking. Fit and Style Guaranteed. 359uc S. IFIMMANUEL, HAIRDRESSER, &c., begs to announce that he has removed from 26, Park Street, to more commodious premises, 7, BRIDGE STREET (Under the Constitutional Club) DENBIGH. LADIES' COMBINGS MADE UP at Is. per ounce. Umbrellas recovered and xieatly Repaired at Moderate Charges PLEASE NOTK THE NEW ADDRESS:— 7. BRIDGE STREET, DENBIGH. *m28ol Scholastic. G IRLS' BOARDING Amp DAY SCHOOL Love Lane House, Denbigh. PKIWCTPAL—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. Arcville College, East Parade, Rhyl. Preparation for London Matriculation, Oxford and Cambridge Locals and Associated Board of Music. FRENCH an GERMAN Spoken. (PRINCIPAL: MISS MERCIER. Greenfield Hall School, Holywell, North Wales. STANDING HIGH IS PARK 32 ACRES. HEAD MASTER: J. S. CUMING, M A. (Oxon), assisted by A. C. PHILLIPS, ESQ., B.A. (Camb.), 1st Class Math. Special. Boys prepared for Scholarshis and Entrance to Public Schools. Symnasium. Joiner's Shop. Summer Bathing. Excellent Health Record. j30 Sales by Messrs. Frank Lloyd and Sons. FRIDAY Next, MAY 10th, at 12.30. HIGHLY Important and Attractive Sale of 47 Prime Fat Bullocks, Cumberland bred Da-iry Cows and Heifers and Yearling Bullocks. 21 Shire Mares, Waggon Geldings, one and two-year-old Colts and Fillies. 633 Ripe Fat Wethers and Gimmers, Welsh and Cross-bred Ewes and Lambs, Pedigree SbropshireSt Southdowns and St. Kilda's. Also the GRAZING of 260 acres of Rich Pasture Land, as follows, to be let from day of Sale until 30th November next:- Belonging to BODRHYDDAN HOME FARM: A. R. P. Close Uchaf 28 0 14 Close Isaf 25 0 0 Close Canal 16 0 0 Coitia Dderwen 13 0 0 Coitia Newydd 18 0 0 Coitia Marl. 15 0 0 New Park 80 0 0 The Holm and Rhuddlan Ley, together with a Field called the Park 64 0 4 The above is considered some of the best and most valuable Grazing Land in the Vale of Clwyd and is well watered. At Bodrhyddan Home Farm, 1 mile from Rhiddlan Station and 3 from Rhyl. Conveyances will meet Trains. FRANK LLOYD & SONS have been jL instructed by Mrs. Rowley Conwy (in consequence of having let the Brynglas, Pen- mynydd, and Cravol Farms) to conduct this High Class Sale. Luncheon by Ticket at 11.30. Sale of the Farm Stock 12.30. The Grass Letting about 4 o'clock. Catalogues from the Auctioneers, Wrexham. o 482m4 TUESDAY, MAY 21st, at 1 o'clock. Important Agricultural Sale of 7 GRAND Shire Mares and Colts, a pair o^ well matched Roan Cobs, 94 Pure Bred Welsh Ewes and Lambs, and Wethers a large collection of Modern Agricultural Implements, including 2 Grand Farm Lurries, Massey Harris' Self Binder, 3 Good Carts, 5 Sets of Harrows, Taunton Haymaker, 2 Iron Rollers, Mowing and Reaping Machines, Horse Rake, 5 Ploughs, Sheep Dipping Apparatus, Avery's Weighing Machine, and 50 lots of smaller Implements and Tcrols, together with the Farm Gearing, etc., at Pant Efan Goch Farm, situate 2 miles from St. Asaph Station. FRANK LLOYD & SONS have been instructed by P. P. Pratt, Esq. (who is retiring from Shire Breeding and Farming), to conduct the above Important Sale without RESERVE. The Farm to be Sold By Private Treaty. Catalogues from the place of Sale or the Auctioneers, Wrexham. 483ml8 Sales by Messrs. D. Roberta it Son On FRIDAY, MAY 10th, 1901, MESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS & SON will offer for sale by Auction at the OWEN GLYNDWR HOTL, CORWEN, at 3 o'clock n the afternoon, the following FREEHOLD PROPERTIBS Lot 1.—"The Swan," Carrog, near Corwen, Lot 2.—" Carchardy Cottages and Gardens, Carrog, near Corwen. Lot 3.—" Penlan Cottages and Premises, Carrog, near Corwen. Lot 4.-Desirable detached Residence, Out- buildings, and Garden, called "Pen y Bont Barker," situate two miles from Corwen. in close proximity to the Holyhead Road leading to Cerrigydruidion, and abutting on the River Alwen. Full particulars from the Auctioneers, Corwen, Denbigh, and Llangollen, 472m4 Sale by Mr. G. F. Byford. Vale of Olwyd Auction Mart, Ruthin, close to the Railway Station. An Excellent Entry for Next TUESDAY'S SALE (Ruthin Fair Day), MAY 7th, 1901, at 10.30 a.m., of RIPE Bullocks and Heifers, Fresh Barrens. Milch Cows and Store Cattle, Butchers' Calves, a Grand Lot of Shropshire, Cross- bred and Welsh Couples, Prime Welsh Wethers and Ewes, Bacon, Pork, and Store Pigs. No Town Toll or Pen Hire on Stock Sold by Auction. Stock consigned overnight will be provided with good accommodation, met at the Station (if sent by rail), and receive every attention— Free of Charge. Further Entries respectfully solicited. G. F. BYFORD, Auctioneer. Offices—12, St. Peter's Square, Ruthin. 484md SERVANTS' REGISTRY. oonducted by Mrs. Aldrich, 8TATIONER, RUTHIN MRS. ROWBOTHAM, Hall Square (LATK Or 28, VALE STREET). Ladies' and Children's Outfitter Fancy Repository and Servants' Registry. w ANTED, Experienced and Plain Cocks, JT Parlourmaids, Housemaid Waitresses, Housemads; and for a first class Hotel a Barmaid, Waitress, Laundrymaid, andKitchen- maid with good characters. Also Experienced Generals and Young General Servants wanted at once. General for Farmhouse for May. Disengaged Two Cook Housekeepers, one able to take charge of dairy; also a Sewing Maid all with highest references. IBTAULISBBD 1870. Mrs. WOOLLEY, SERVANTS' REGISTRY, Ruthin Road. Denbigh. I tTTANTED, Good Cooks for Holywell, W Abergele, St. Asaph, and Colwyn Bay wages, JE18 to .£25; Experienced Parlourmaids and Housemaid-Waitresses, tl5 to .£18; third Housemaid for Cheshire; between Girl for Colwyn Bay; two young Cooks and Scullery Maid in Denbigh for May good Laundry Maid for Rhyl; Nurse-Attendant for Lady in Rhyl; good Generals for Denbigh, Chester, and Llan. gollen Hotel and Farmhouse Servants. MRS. PIPER" Servants' Reststfy, Denbigh. WANTED, Experienced and Plain Cooks Head Laundrymaid of four, Upper Housemaids, experience Kitchenmaid where Scullerymaid is kept, Housemaid and Scullery- maid for Institution, also experienced Generals and young girls for light situations; and House- keeper, age 40, for gentleman farmer, near Denbigh, another servant kept. 313my30 BRIGADE ORDERS. By Lieut.-Col. Sir W. W. WYNX, Bart., Commanding 15th Yeomanry Brigade. THE Secretary of State for War having L approved of the assembly of the 15th Yeomanry Brigade for 18 days permanent duty, from the 22nd May to the 8th of June, the Brigade will accordingly assemble at Wynnstay Ruabon, on Wednesday, May 22nd, 1901, at one o'clock, to be there encamped. By order, E. G. W. VAUGHAN, Capt. M.Y.C. Acting Adjut. 15th Yeomanry Brigade. 474m18 VALE OF CLWYD Agricultural Show. PRESIDEXT COLONEL C. s. MAIN WARING. VICE-PRESIDKNTS HIS WORSHIP THE MAYOR OF DENBIGH and MR. J. ROBERTS, C.C., Plas Heaton Farm. £ 200 in PRIZES. The above SHOW will be I Held in Denbigh On THURSDAY, AUGUST 1st, 1901; the Society's District being a radius of Twelve Miles of the Town Hall of Denbigh. There are also Prizes for all Comers. SPECIAL PRIZES INVITED. Schedules of Pr zes will be ready and obtainable from the Secretaries on and alter May 8th. J1' T A v-rc: 1 Secretaries. ■J. I*. WILLIAMS, J 478m6 J. D. LEWIS, C.E., Architect and Surveyor, Valuer and General Agent, DENETGII. Valuations prepared for Probate, Succession and state Duty, and Transfer. All Business entrusted to him shall receive prompt and personal attention. In addition to 18 years extensivo and varied experience in his profession at Denbigh, Mr. Lewis has had during the last 16 years large experience in all branches of Civil Engineering, Surveying, and Architecture; also Dilapidations, Union Assessments, Arbi- tration Cases, Valuations of Property, Plant, etc., in the following public offices, where ha has been specially engaged, viz.:—Cheshire Lines Committee, Birmingham Corporation, Overhead Railway, Leeds Corporation, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Crewe Corporation, West Derby Union, Southend-on- Sea Corporation, etc. Highest Referances and Testimonials. TEMPORARY ADDRESS:— 85, VALE STREET. DENBIGH. 1933u. Musical. Mr. W. A. LLOYD, F.G.C.M. (ASSOCIATE TRINITY COLLEGE, LONDON), Local Representative of the London College of Music. Teacher of Music. blisher of Te Deum in E (Congregational), 3d. Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis (in the Press) 3d. Vale View, Ruthin. •1328]" Mr. Alfred W. Hinton, Newly appointed Organist at Llanfwrog Church, Ruthin Silver Medallist, Cert. I.S.M., R.A.Al., having studied under and being recommended by Messrs. T. A. Matthay, Davenporte, Miles, R Brient (F.R.C.O.), Fry Parker, professurs at and Fellows of the Royal Academy, begs to announce that he is prepared to give Lessons in Denbighshire, privately or in class, in Pianoforte, Violin, Viola, Violincello, Organ, Singing Voice Production and Sight Singing), Harmony Counterpoint, and Composition, and to accept engagements for CONCERTS and AT HOMES., Pupils prepared for all Examinations with great success. Recommended by Sir Alexander MacKenzie, Mus. Doc., Princip. of R.A.M. For terms and testimonials apply 4, PARK PLACE, RUTHIN. *a20 VIOLIN LESSONS. MISS L. JAMES, W inner of Several Prizes,: Receives and Visits Pupils. Terms strictly moderate. Apply, HAWK VILLA, DENBIGH. 1279a8 Dentistry. Dental Notice. MB. THOMAS LUKiN (FROM LONDON), DENTAL SURGEON, successor to Mr. W. H. Key and Mr. W. K Williams), may be consulted daily at Fern Villa, Church Street, Rhyl. National Telephone No. 0174, Rhyl. DENBIGH.—Every Wednesday at Mrs Row- botham, Hall Square. RUTHIN.—The Firs Tuesday and Th,rd Monday in eaoh Month at Mr. William. Tudor House, 6, Well Street. N.B.-Patients visited by appointment. MR. 12. KEATINGE, L.D.S., SURGEON DENTIST. Ie Vaenol," Opposite the Church), Russell Road RHYL. ATTENDANCES. DENBIGH—At Mr. R. D. Hughes, Chemist, High Street, every Wednesday. au THIN-At T. H. Bigby, Jeweller's Shop, 14 St. Peter's-square, every First Tuesday in the Month (Fail Day), and every Third tioaaay CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Every description of Wanted, For Sale," and similar ailvertisements can be inserted in this column at the ollowing cheap PSEPAID rates. Stamps r Postal ordtrs can be sent: — 16 words,once Gil., three times Is 2i-words, 9d., lb. 6d. 32 words, la., „ 2s. 40 words, Is. 3d. „ ifs. 5d. And so on, adding 3d. for every additional 8 words Tiiis Scale only applies to PKEPAXO advertisements Situations Vacant. WANTED, immediately, a LAUNDRESS for Boy's School. To live in. Welsh preferred. Address Mrs. Beattie, Epworth College, Rhyl. *m4 WANTED, GENERAL; at once, small W family, no children, good home for steady girl.—Apply, Towers, St Asaph. *m4 RAPE RYAN I) MIL LINER Y.—W anted Apprentices for Drapery and Millinery. Apply to W. Thomas, Well Street, Ruthin. 435mg APPRENTICES Wanted for DRESS- A MAKING and MILLINERY.—Apply R Harris Jones, Ruthin. *m4 TX7ANTED, shortly, strong, respectable Girl V as UNDER HOUSEMAID. Apply Miss Clarke, Grammar School, Ruthin. u.c. ANTED, two Young Men to assist in Rearing Pheasants. Apply John Davies, Head Keeper, Nantelwyd, Ruthin. *m HOUSE PARLOURMAID Wanted tor small family, country, Churchwoman, over 25 preferred. State age, wages and all particulars to Alpha," Free Frets Office, Denbigh. 471m4 f | "iO BAKERS. Wanted, a Young Man; JL must be a good Bread Baker, also know- ledge of smalls.—Apply, C. R. Jones, Rhyl. *mll WANTED, immediately, good strong Girl as SCULLERYMAID. Castle Hotel, Ruthin. *mll G. OOD Man Wanted as CARTER T Warehouseman. One with knowledge of the grocery trade preferred. Apply Davies, Townsend, Denbigh. 490mll WANTED, strong active LAD for Saw Mill. Apply Denbigh and Ruthin Timber and Slate Company, Limited. *m4 WANTED, respectable strong reliable ? V GIRL, about sixteen, as General Servant. Please state full particulars and wages required.—Apply No. 485 L," Free Press Oce, Denbigh. -mll "OrrANTED, GROOM, to fill UXJ odd time in House and Garden.—-Birch, Bryn Celyn, St. Asaph. 406mll For Bale. mO Be Sold, ENGLEFIELD COTTAGE Rhyl, Freehold, charming, compact Bungalow Residence in large garden. En- trances from Russell Road and Bath Street, The whole containing 1971 square yards of land or thereabouts. -Apply to Mrs. Richardson, Angharad, Bath Street, Rhyl. *m01 CYCLES CYCLES -Ilnmencc Bargains. 0 Free Illustrated List containing 1,500 New and Second-Hand Machines from 30s to t- 5. Marvellous Bargains in 1901 Machines. Five Hundred New Machines, 1901 make, from £ 2 17s 6d. Single Machine at Wholesale Prices. Accessories of every description at half usual price. Large list free, any address. Agents wanted. Trade supplied. -\V APRILOW & CO., Cycle Manufacturers, Weston-super- Mare. 200 j25 ABLY POTATOES! EARLY POTATOES! Sharpes Victor, Myatts Ashleaf, Bivers Royal Ashleaf, Improved Early Strain 2s. per stone (141bs.) Early Morn Peas. Extensivo selection of Vegetable and Flower Seeds. Cauliflower and Cabbage plants Tomato and Cucumber plants; Palm and Ferns. The choicest of wreaths, bouquets, & made up. All kinds of garden work undertaken.—W. T. BROCKLEHURST, London House, Ruthin. 357u.c. tpOR SALE, two large Lime Stone Gate Posta-Apply, Vaughans, Carriage Builders, Denbigh. 458mll I To be Let. TO LET, ROSSA PAWR, near Denbigh. Country residence. Three Entertaining Rooms, Six Bedrooms, usual Offices, Stabling, Paddock, ana Garden.-Apply, Lumley, Ruthin. 311u.c. O LET" GLAN CEYWEDOG, sub- stantial house, &c., with seven-and-half acres of Good Pasture Land, situated half-a-mile from Rhewl Station. Immediate posseesion. For rent and any further particulars, apply to Mr. 0. Evans, Firgrove, Ruthin. *mll f HO RE LET, a COTTAGE at Penybryn, I Boutuchel, with good garden. Moderate rent.-Apply, E. Parry, Fedw Las. Bontuehel. *m11 T. AS*PH7^~V1 LLA RESIDENCE, vacant in July, ten rooms, bath, garden; every convenience healthy situation. Rent jE35, Apply T. H. Clevedon, St. Asaph. *mll EY FOR CATTLE in Rug Park, from JLj 12th May to 12th OctoberYearlings, E 1 10s. Od Two Year olds, JE2 Os. Od.; Over Two Years, E2 10.. Od.—Apply, J. Bennett, Rug, Corwen. 4G0ml 1 RUTHIN. HOUSE TO LET, with immediate ijL possession. Two parlours, two kitchens larder, pantry, and cellar. Four bedrooms and w.c. on first floor and four on second (attics); spacious yard, with stable, wash- house, and coal-house, and garden attached, well stocked with fruit, trees and shrubbery. Apply John Morris, 12, Market Street, Ruthin. 447u.c. To Builders and Contractors- TENDERS are invited for the converting of the Druid Inn, Denbigh, into Shops and House, for Mr. Robert Owen. The plans and specifications may be seen on application to Mr. James Hughes, Architect, Denbigh, on and after Monday next, the 6th instant. Denbigh, 2nd May, 1901. 479m4 Miscellaneous. WANTED, at once, Sound Welsh PONY* 13 to 14 hands. State full particulars* when and where to be seen, and lowest price. -H. Lea, Painter, St. Asaph. 481ml8 ANTED, a purchaser for 3 SHARES (o* £ 5 each fully paid) in E. T. Jones! t Ltd. Would be willing (if necessary) to accep, reduction on nominal value. Apply, I I R. E. No. 480, Free Press Office, Denbigh. 480mll STRAYED from Cefn Coch, Ruthin, a Radnor EWE and LAMB. Can be identified7 by ear mark. Finder rewarded. Information to Sergt. Woollam, Ruthin. 487m9
THE IMPERIAL YEOMANRY. The last batch of the Imperial Yeomanry left Aldershot for South Africa on Saturday. All those remaining at Alilershot, who are sick oi otherwise unfit for service at the front, ars to be discharged from the service forthwith.
STEAM ENGINES. Mr. Jacoby moved the second reading of the Steam Engines and Boilers (Persons in Charge) Bill, which he said was intended to ensure that all persons in charge of boilers save those u.sed for domestic, farming, or agricultural purposes, should have certificates of competency. Steam- ships were, of course, exempted, and what was really intended was that the bill should apply to mmes. Mr. Jesse Collings, on behalf of the Government, said the accidents which occurred were mostly the result of negligence, which was covered by a clause in the Factory Acts, and he did not favour the bill. It was decided, how- ever, to allow it to pass the second reading, and refer to a Select Committee.
MARRIAGES. JONES-WALKKR.—April 30th, at the Parish Church, Llanrhos, by the Rev J Llewellyn Pugh Thomas, cousin of the bridegroom and vicar of Bushey Heath, Herts, assisted by the Ven David Eyans, Archdeacon of St Asaph, Francis Griffith, son of the late John Jonas,' of Anghardd Hall, Corwen, and vicar of Llan- rhos, to Jeannette Rose, third daughter of -John Walker, of Osborne House, Liandudno. DEATHS. HUMPHRKYS.—April 29th, at the Queen's, Corwen, aged 34 years, Annio, the ba ovod daughter of the late William and Mary Humphreys, Queen's, Corwen. Public funerai at the Parish Church Thursday. io-.ir,a.-April 29th, at 66, Borthyn, Ruthin, Hugh Jones, late of Garthgynan aged 77 years. HADDOCKS.—May 2nd, Mr Llewelwyn Maddocks hairdresser, Well-street, Ruthin; aged 34 years. IN MEMORIAM. WILLIAMS.—In loving remembrance of our dear father and mother, David and Susana Williams, Sun Farm, Abergele, who departed this life May 4th, and 7th, 181/9. Sadly missed." Edinburgh. THANKS. WiLLiAiis.-Mrs Williams, 36, Clwyd-street, Ruthin, begs to tender her sincere and heart- felt thanks to all her numerous friends in Denbigh and neighbourhood, for their kind expression of sympathy with her in her sad ¡ bereavement.
DENBIGH AND DUSffB CCU: OTHER DENBIGH NEWO will be found on j Page 6. BE SURE to get rea3y for the Shepherds and Foresters' Annual Sports, at Ruthin, on Whit- Mouday. 453u.c PROFESSOR J. M. DAVIES, M.A., professor at the Bala-Bangor Congregational Theological College. will officiate at the English Cliapel next Sunday. THE SUMMER ASSIZES.—Mr Justice Day and Mr Justice Bigham will take the Oxford circuit, and Mr Justice GranthsJii the North Walea circuit at the Summer Assizes. DENBIGH MARKET, WEDNESDAY.—The prices were as followsFowls, 5a to 5s 6d per couple; dllcks, 6s; eggs, 19 and 20 for Is; fresh butter, Is 2d and Is 3d per lb; small tubs, Is and Is £ d. JOURNALISTIC SuccEss.-Mr. C H S Dring, of Denbigh, who served his articles in the Free Press office, has left the West Midland Times, having been appointed Sub-Editor and Chief Reporter of the Pontypool Free Press, au influential old established journal in Pontypool and the extensive district around it iu the eastern valley of Monmouthshire. B is manv young Denbigh friends will be glad to hear of his continued success. NATIONAL PRBVENTION OF CRUELTY TO CHILDREN.—Ihe quarterly REFCUM Denbigh is as lollop '°0 complaints were 28, warned 22, prosecuted 4 droppei on m7estig.tion 2, toLTSo 'fL' prisonmept 6 months, total sums of fin™ ec^e^> total number in cases o nd true 87, offenders involved, total number in cases found true 86, total number of super- vision visits by inspectors 79, neglect and starvation 25, ill-treatment and assault 1, immoral surroundings 2. PRESENTATION TO SERGEANT INSTRUCTOR EVANS.-—On Friday la.t the Denbigh Volunteers, headed by their fine band, marched to Plas-yn-Green, where several movements were gone through, after which Capt Watkin Davies otitertained the Company to refresh- ments. On returning to the Drill Hall the Captain, on behalf of the Company, presented Sorgt Instruotor J Evans with a handsome I case of silver-mounted pipes as a small token of appreciation of his zeal and personal trouble in reducing the debt on the prize fund. The popular Instructor thanked the Captain for what, to him, came as a pleasant surprise, and he was loudly cheered in accept- ing the gift. Inscribed on the case was Presented to Sergt Instructor J Evans 1st V.B.R.W.F. 1901." GILCHRIST LECTURES.—The local gilchJip lectures committee have just issued thelø statement of accounts for the series of the lectures recently held in Denbigh. It has also baen decided to have a continuation course next winter. The following is a summary 0 accounts :—the total receipts were £ 49 12s, the payments were, lanternist and gas ">t lantern, £ 11 12s 10d; Drill Hall, £ 5 5?> reference books, 1 lud printing and advertis* ing, £ 13 9s 3d bill-poster and town crier, 93 7s expenses Town Hall and Council Chamber cleaning, &c., £ 1 8s 6d; sundry incidentalS, Y,2 4s 4d; secretary, £ 10 and postages, &0., 3;2 4s 3d. Making a total of £ 49 12s, thus the receipts and payments balance each other.
HOME-COMING On HE DENBIOII VOLUNTEERS FROM SOUTH AFRIC A. A Special Cominitceee Meeting of the T4w" Council was held on Wednesday e%,eiiiii to decide in what form the men who went out W South Africa with the Volunteer Service Co^ pany of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in January* 1900, should be welcomed home to Denbi^ next week. The men are due to arrive at Southampfco11 on Tuesday next, and will proeeed in a body 40 Wrexham, arriving in their respective townS I day or two later. It was unanimously decided that the May0* should officially meet the men at the Station and then accompany them up the Town to the Cross and formally welcome them home. The inhabitants are requested to display bunting oil the occasion. The men will be presented with an illanaiflT ated address which it is intended permanently hang in the Drill Hall, and phoo copies of the address will be given to ea. man. It was also agreed to entertain the men at Public Dinner in the Drill Hall, on Friday. the 10th instant, at 7.30. As the accommoda- tion is limited, early application should be made to the Town Clerk for tickets. The Local Company of Volunteers will be admitted at a reduced rate. Tenders for the catering ,PrO to be sent in to the Town Clerk on or before Monday next. 4 487111 -+-
PRESENTATION TO TaE DENBIGH FIRE BRIGADE. On Monday evening, Alderman Humphrey8 Roberts, chairman of the Fire Brigade coo1* mittce, presented long-service medals to ø. number of the officers and men of the Denbigh Firo Brigade for service of 10 years and up- wards. Among the Councillors present were the Mayor (A Lloyd Jones, Esq), and gr Xeepfer Mr Ellis Williams explained that Capt Lloyd had gone out with the ellaille practising for May-Day and was unable to a tend. Mr Humphreys Roberts, in his opening remarks, said he had been asked to perform very pleasing duty, namely, to present certain oi'ticprs and men of the Denbigh Fire Brigade H'itn medals tor long-service, and he under- stood that those medals were for service of ten years and upwards. Ho noticed that there were seven members out of the fourteen entitled to the medals, which was very satiS- factory (hear, hear). He was told that after another five years' service another bar would be aided ts the medals, and he thought there was ample time for each member of the Brigade to obtain it. It gave him great pleasure to be there that night, and the tow-01 in his opinion, should be very thankful to the members of the Brigade for taking upon thol11' selves the oliice of which no remuneration Wag attached. He regretted that there were 0° more members of the Council present, and bl was glad to find the Mayor present, who ",11 always ready to do his duty as Mayor in all circumstances. He begged once more to congratulate the men upon their long service (applause). Mr Humphreys Roberts then proceeded to present the following members with the 101g service medals and as each member went up iO his turn he was heartily applauded. Capt J* W Lloyd, Lieut J Morrris Davies, Lieut W Jielsby, Engineer Louis Sayle, Pte John Edpt (jun), Pte Edward Myddleton, and Pte Roger l'ryce. The Mayor (Mr A Lloyd Jones) said he hai great pleasure in endorsing the remarks Of their worthy chairman. He thought they ought to be very proud to have a chairman likg Mr Humphreys Roberts, who always took deep interest in the Brigade in the CounC'I- They had been highly complimented, and be thought they well deserved it, and Denbigh ought to be proud of having such a Brigade- He was of opinion that it was time they had new engine. He did not know what the cost of those engines were, but he thought they should have a new one in ease of emergency- He had very great pleasure in endorsing 31C Humphreys Roberts' remarks. v Lieut J Morris Davies said on behalf of the officers aud men of tbe Denbigh Fire Brigade he wished to thank Mr Humphreys ior his kindness in presenting them with medals. He also wished to thank Col T A Wynne Edwards as County Magistrate, fO" signing the papers to grant them the inedsl" He stated that they had had a cominitto meeting, and they had decided to apply for new engine. Mr Davies then went on mention the different parts and appliances of the present engine which were in a dam»erofls condition and in want of repair, and he coø- eluded by once more thanking Mr Roberts iot his kindness- Lieut W G Helsby endorsed the remarks of his fellow officer and'spoke on the want of* new engine. Mr Humphreys Roberts, in returning than#; wished them a long life and hoped they would gain more bars to their medals.
Personal Pars. MrRomet Williams is gazetted a deputf heutenant for the couuty of Merioneth. Lord and Lady Trevor have have arrived 7, Charles-street, Berkeley Square, London, the beginning of July. Sir Robert and Lady Cunliffe and the Mi Cunlifte have arrived at 25, Chashano-stceet for the season. The Rev Charles Harington, rector of LlaO* erfyl, has been presented by the Lord Chancellor to the living of Aymestrv. Hereford- shire. Madame Patti is now paying what may possibly be her last visit to Craig-y-Nos, as auction wiU be offered for 3aIe Miss Helen Gladstone has accepted the post of harden of the Women's University Settle- ment of Southwark, and will go into residence early in September. Sir R A Cunliffe, Bart, has been presented with an address in album form, containing the names of the subscribers to the present- a.tion portrait of Lady Cunliffe. The Lord Chamberlain states that, in copse- quence of the mourning for her late Majesty Queen Victoria, no Levees or Drawing will be held this year. Mr Owen M Edwards, M.A., Fellow of Lincoln College, has been reappointed 2JS representative of the University of Oxford 011 the Council of the University College of WalcO, Aberystwyth. The Earl of Powis, Sir Watkin W.Jli'aifiS' Wynn, Bart, and Colonel Pryce-Jones has been elected vice-presidents of tIe newly l Ii formed London Welsh Conservative ailct Unionist Association. Mrs Watkin Williams, wifo of the Bishop oi Bangor, opened at the Penrhvn Hall BanV an mieresting exhibition of arts aud i„d £ st>» lrl corlf'ection N-'itl" tile Girls' Friendly Societ1 of the Bangor Jh ^enl°" M'-P" f°r th0 D^bigh boroUP1115, d' nl,, • ln'ei'esfc ^>ich he has alwaJ'S at^H •" fc° Wfelsh education, called attention in Parliament ou Thursd iv tn th" effect of the decision i„ the CocS,? cS. Wales tVC"m3 continuation c|!lssos in W'U^'nsi-Wynn, Bart, aft<?r attending the meeting of the Denbighshire | County Council at Denbigh on Friday, mid t lsit to his mothers residence Cefn, St A-«ip'1t ■» returning to Wynnstay at the beginning of the week, to complete arrangements for the" forrh* coming training of the Denbighshire a"d Montgomeryshire Imperial Yeomanrv ut Wyn11' stay this month.