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Sale by lIf r. T. P. _Roberts. '1'0 BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION, by MR, T. P. ROBERTS, at the Farmer's Inn, Mwr- Ifitjj ^Street, Ruthin, on iThursday, February ,1899, at 6 p.m., FOur New Houses and large i Gardens, *0 ta?Lng to Mr- J- p- Williams, Nog. 24, 2(5, 2S. and wrog Street, Ruthin. particvilars from the Auctioneer, and ?>->LE3SRS' LLOYD- & ROBERTS, Solicitors, Ruthin. EHUDDLAN & DISTRICT COUGHING ASSOCIATION. 06{^0p°wiag will form the District.—The Parishes J>r ^V^dlan, Dyserth, and Meliden, including 11 an<i 011 through Bry niau, Dyserth. Ff ordd- Mid Och^-y-Foel, on to Croa3 Roads, Rhuallt, by i nce on to St. Asaph, through to Glascoed, Posehill,through Kinmel Park, St. George, er§ele, and on to Pensarn. ylt 1 PRESIDIENT. CONWY BELL, Esq., Bronffynnon, Rhuddlan I VICE-PRESIDENT. • BIBBY, Esq., Rhydorddwy Fawr, Rhyl. ». THE FOUBTH ANNUAL COUGHING MATCH rp, WILL TAKE PLACE ON ^AUrsday, February 16th, 1899. If Prevented by Frost, on the following THURSDAY), w in a very desirable Field on HALL FARM, DYSERTH, Y the kind permission of MRS. ROBERT,) J,,J PRIZES AS FOLLOWS ;— CLASS.—Wheel Ploughs, open to all ath {!• First Prize, £ 5; 2nd, €3 3rd, £ 2 4th, £ 1; 1 A 5 6th, 5s. CLASS.—Open to all comer*. The fol- «utte^Conditions to be adhered to Neither wheels, j* > guiders, chains, nor weights to be attached to ft; £ *gh. First Prize, £ 5; 2nd, £ 3; 3rd, £ 2 4th, 'raft;!0*; 6th, 5s. I- age f CLASS.—Open to all Ploughmen under *cPj °t2l who have never won a prize at any Pub- ?Se<J, fo"ing Competition. Non-wheel Ploughs to be '•}„ fitters may be tised. First Prize, £ 3: 2nd, £ l S 4th- IOs- CLASS.—For the neatest and most JpOle Turnout. First Prize, 15s; 2nd, 10s; 3rd, 5s. q< less than Six Compete in any of the above the Prizes will be reduced accordingly. » *lF I'H CLASS.—Special Prize by Mr. A. Sheffield,' J°1itionger, RhyL Two Pairs of Bright Hames for most Valuable Team of Horses on the field. 'I/o. First Prize of 5s, & 2nd 2s. 6d, will be given by jj' Conwy Bell, Esq., to the Ploughman leaving his ^alands in and out completed in the most workman- manner. PNTRAINCE FEES. -First. and Second Classes, Ahird Class, 2s Fourth and Fifth Classes, Is. jj^ge: 8 inct es wide by 6 inches deep. erVA es fco be ma(ie to Messrs. T. E. Roach, Marin- tv„ /i1!18' Bhuddlan; Ed. Jones, Nant Hall, Presta- Hoho r Llo?d> Ddwylig Isaf, Rhuddlan; John }(erts, Canolblas, Bodelwyddan; John Jones, Nant theo* • George; Mr. Roberts, Dyserth Hall; and Oj, Entries must be received by the above Vi»L be^ore Tuesday, the 14th of February. This J- «e strictly enforced. j0 will not be allowed any assistance be $j j* making arrangements for the first two rounds. j 'meg or substitutes allowed. Competitors must 41* ^eir respective numbers at 3 30 a.m. prompt. 3 p ?ork Plotted to each man must be completed by h i'^ny Competitor infringing the above Rules 4'tv f 1 "a^le to disqualification from Competing at ^Urrn u5e,meeting of this Society. The laBt two Th f u be. double Ploughed. Rowing valuable Prizes have been offered by H(lvi." ^Shes & Son, Tailors, &c., 56, High Street, JftfilcoV. D. B. Pilot Reefer; 2nd, Drabette A J '• ^> Pair Leather Leggings. mission—6'd. each. Tickets must be worn on fu the Hat. ttrther particulars, apply to the Secretary- Ir. T. HUGHES, Kinmel View, Rhuddlan. °r ^bree Young LADIES can have comfort- Edgings with a "Widow Lady. Terms mo Apply, No. 78, Vale Street, Denbigh. W^fTED, a Junior ASSISTANT to the General 8l4 ia,Pery. Welsh preferred.—Apply, John B .249, Breck Road Ever ton, Liverpool. VV ^TED, a strong LAD, about 18, one that can tat^Wough, and make himself useful. Wages, 3s. A. n board and lodgings, and working clothes.— PIE, Old Lodge, Bodfari. VR FOR SALE, JV Light Tipling CART, complete with eratch- v^, Also, Second hand Market TRAP.—R. Carriage Builder, Denbigh. COUNTY OF DENBIGH. lJPointment of Clerk of the Peace Standing Joint Committee constituted ua'der ^ereb ec^on the Local Government Act, 1888, invite applications for the appointment of typoj r CF THE PEACE for the County, which t^e ^tment will be made at a Special Meeting of f,ja0lljmittee to be held at Ruthin, on the 24th day the ilj11899, at noon, and will operate as and from Tk <5ay of April following. a. Salary of the Clerk of the Peace (who must be JucJic r!|ster or a Solicitor of the Supreme Court of terij. ature) will be £ 850 per annum, payable quar- will cover all travelling expenses to Quar- rr,itte Ssi0hs, to meetings of the Standing Joint Com- its Committees, to meetings of the County ^*eUd an<^ 'ts Committees, office rent and expenses, '»Qf]er 1QK all other Committees and Public Inquiries the pActs of Parliament, business done under e fl ?8^rati°n Acts and the Assessment Acts, and ^evolv °rmance °f &11 other duties which necessarily '>f p, e, ,uPon the Clerk of the Peace under all Acts thejet anieT1t now or hereafter passed relating 0^r»p0' k not include conveyancing, law Thp 'J°oks, stationery, postages and telegrams. j the Peace appointed shall have his !n' s^all reside within the County of POil\t Igh, a.nd shall pay quarterly to the Deputy ap- 'boy "7 the Standing Joint Committee out of the 4 salary at the rate of £ 250 per annum. thp /? a^e canvassing any member or members Committee will be disqualified. 2 te^1?8 of the application together with 30 copies ,e^ie^ ,te8timolliala' are t0 be sent to me, the un- y not later than' tbe 6th day of March, eladorsed 'Clerk of the Peace.' Nted this 9th day of February, 1899. J NO. ROBERTS, 1) na r Deputy Clerk. Kli e Street, Ruthin. Upon^fk ou^^ne the principal duties devolving Clerk of the Peace may be obtained by '"n^, Candidates upou applicatiou to the vuiy Clerk. 6teania Music Festival, Ruthin. 15Jt,)TEa. MONDAY, 3899. ? n PETITI0N:—'Worthy is the Lamb' ^ee prr,„c -A-lso, the Pieces in Test Concert. 0ramine, Id., from the Secretary. Mr. PIERCE EDWARDS, Cross Keys, Ruthin. SCHOOL BOARD ACCOUNTS. I the undersigned, hereby give Notice, j that the AUDITS of the Accounts of the under- mentioned School, Boards for the year ended 29th September last, will severally commence at the re- spective places and at the respective times specified below. Name o' Place at which Time appointed School Hoard. Audit will be held for Audit. Date, Hour. 1899. Trefnant and Union Workhouse, Thursd'y Bylchau.U.D. St. Asaph March 2 2 30 p.m. Llanfalrtal- haiarn do. do. 3 .30 p.m. Dated the 8th day of February, 1899. (signed), WILLIAM GRIFFITH, District Auditor of the North Wales Audit District. ST. ASAPH UNION. I the Undersiened. hereby give Notice, > that the AUDIT of the Accounts for the half year ended the 29th day of SeDtember, 1898, of the said Union, and of the sevoral Parishes therein, will commence at the Board Room of the Guardians of the Poor of the said Union, at St. Asaph, on Tuesday, the 28th day of February, 1899. at Ten o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 8 h day of February, 1899. (Signed). WILLIAM GRIFFITH, District Auditor of the ISorth Wales Audit District, S. T. MILLER'S Coffee and Cocoa Jugs, Breakfast, Dinner, Tea and Toilet Services, In Decorated English Pottery. English Cut Table and Fancy Glass. Best Domestic EARTHENWARE and CHINA. All Goods marked in Plain Figures. Garden Pots—a Speciality. Delivered free in purchasers' Gardens. Largest Stock in the Vale of Clwyd to select from. CROWN SQUARE, DENBIGH, THE OLD ESTABLISHED Meat Emporium, DENBIGH. ROBERT ELLIS (Son of the late Mr. ROBERT ELLIS), Begs to announce that he has succeeded to the Business lately carried on by Mr. SAMUEL ROBERTS, and previously by the late Mr. ROBERT ELLIS, and that he has OPENED, at the above well-known address, where, by strict personal attention to business, judicious selection of Stock, and moderate prices, he hopes to de- serve the patronage so liberally given in the past to his predecessors. FRESH MEAT DAILY. GOODS DELIVERED DAILY. Orders by post carefully and promptly attended to. NOTE THE ADDRESS- PEN-Y-BRYN, DENBIGH. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. The Oldest Established Auction and Estate Business in Rhyl. MR. WILLIAM HALL (successor to "the late Mr. T. C. AMOS), AUCTIONEER and ESTATE AGENT, begs to state that in consequence of the continued INCREASE OF BUSINESS, he has removed to larger Premises in the TOWN HALL CHAMBERS. SALES BY AUCTION In any part of the County. Estates Managed, and Rents Collected. Valuations and Insurances. W. HALL, Auctioneer & Estate Agent, TOWN HALL CHAMBERS, RHYL, Also, at Prestatyn, and Seaforth, Liverpool. ESTABLISHED 1837. PARRY WILLIAMS & SON, Family Grocers, Flour & Provision Dealers, 44, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH, The well known Tea. I lending Establishment Sole Agent for 'BENARTY' TEA. Fresh Welsh Butter. Frost's Patent Flours. The Choicest Provisions In Town. PARKY WILLIAMS & SON. 44, High Street, Denbigh. 7 WANTED, April or May, a small well built HOUSE, standing on high ground, containing 6 bedrooms, bath h. & c. Good drainage, and water supply, near Saint Asaph or Coast.- Reply with all particulars, to M.D., at this office. NOTICE. YSTRAD FARM DAIRY. LT. COL. HUGHES begs to inform Farmers, Cattle Dealers, and Graziers, that he has ap- pointed Mr. SAMUEL ROBERTS, of Vale Street, Denbigh, to act for him in BUYING and SELLING CATTLE, in succession to Messrs. H. & R. ROBERTS, who have resigned the post which they held. February 3rd, 1899: Alliance Assurance Company ESTABLISHED 1824. OAPITAL-FIVE MILLIONO. FUNDS-FOUR MILLIONS. The Right Hon. Lord ROTHSCHXL; • CHAIRMAN. ROBERT LEWIS. Chief Secretary, Chief Office-BARTHOT OMEW LANE LONDON. LIFE. Policies Indisputable and without restrictions. Liberal reinstatement and Nonforfeiture plans, A low and limited expenditure. Large Bonuses Ample Security in Large Accumulations and Capital. FIRE. Insurances completed expeditiously Moderate Rates. Surveys of Estates and Works rpe Prompt Settlement of Losses. BRANCHES At—among other placed LIVERPOOL-30, Exchange Street East O. MOBGAN OWEN, Secretary. WREXHAM 28, High Street: JOHN FBANCIS, Secretary Prospectuses, kc., may be obtained from any of the Company's Branches or Asrents The Remedy of the Age for INDIGESTION. BENSON EVANS GASTROCYNE For Indigestion. It differs from all other Preparations. It conta,ins those Medical Agents which strengthen and help the Stomach to produce sufficient Gastric Juice to pro- perly assimulate the food. Gastrocyne strikes at the ROOT of the EVIL, giving, not a temporary but a thorough cure. Price. Is. lid,, and 2s. per bottle. BENSON EVANS' Pink Liver Pilules. If your Liver or Kidneys are sluggish, and out of order, try one of the Pilules. If you are troubled with Palpitation of the Heart or Flatulency, you can always rely on these Pilules. Pricelin Bottles (40 Pilules) 74d. and (90 Pilules) Is. ld. BENSON EVANS' Cherry Balsam. For Coughs, Colds, Wheezing at the Cheat, and all the symptons of acute Bronchitis. It stands unrivalled. ONCE TRIED, ALWAYS USED. If you are troubled with CORNS or WARTSi you should procure a bottle of BUNODION. Price 7id. and Is. l!d. per bottle. MANUFACTURED BY T. BENSON EVANS, Chemist and Druggist, 32, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. w. H. EVANS, Grocery & Provision Dealer, Chirk Stores, DENBIGH, THE CELEBRATED Tea Establishment Prices to suit everbody, from Is. 4d. to 2s. per lb. Also Sole Agent in Denbigh or the t5 ANCHOR TEAS. The Finest Groceries and Provisions obtainable at reasonable prices. FLOUR, CORN, MEALS. &c. at their lowest Market Value. CHRISTMAS FRUIT in great variety. ORDERS BY POST CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO. Goods delivered by own Vans within a radius of Six Miles. The Chirk Stores, Denbigh. Established over Thirty Years. JE: ta JONES BROS. Great Annual Sale COMMENCED Wednesday, February 1st. ———————— Extraordinary Bargains. Goods in all Departments Reduced4 The Stock has only to be seen for the GREAT BARGAINS to be appreciated. I' JONES BROS General and Fancy Drapers, BEE HIVE, DENBIGH. Every Acommodation, Comfort, and Excellent Cuisine at THE Q ROSVENOR, FAMILY and COMMERCIAL Temperance Hotel (Facing the Station BODFOR STREET, RHYL. THE, HOUSE FOR FOOTBALL TEAMS. Good Is. Dinner in the Dining Room on Ground Floor. Dinners and Teas in the Coffee & Private Rooms on First Floor, Chops & Steaks from the GriU. Passengers changing Trains at Rhyl can have a 1 snack' or bowl of Soup at the GROSVENOR. Prompt Service and Moderate Charges, BEDS (including Attendance), from Is. 6d. Stockrooms, &c. for Commercial Gentlemen. Before applying elsewhere write to CHARLES SNOWDEN, Refreshment Caterer, RHYL. An Advice Worthy of your Attention. IF YOU WANT GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS OF THE BEST QUALITY, At Moderate Prices, TRY R. OWEN. Our Prices in Flour, Corn, &c., will stand comparison, and Quality guaranteed. NOTE THE ADDRESS— R. OWEN, 45, High Street and Star Shop, DENBIGH. Warehouses- DIAMOND BUILDINGS EVAN THOMAS, RADCLIFFE & CO CARDIFF. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. February 8, 1899. Gwenllian Thomas, arr. Marseilles f. Newport, F.5 lolo Morganwg, arr. Gibraltar from Newport, 2 Anne Thomas, arr. Tunis from Cardiff 5 Wynnstay, left Manchester for Swansea 6 Walter Thomas, arr. Cardiff from Cork 2 Balaj arr Cork from Kilrush J.30 W- I. Radcliffe, left Marseilles for Constantinople, 5 Sarah Radcliffe, arr. Odessa from Malta J.31 Mary Thomas, left Alexandria for Constantinople,7 Jane Radcliffe, left Newport for Algiers 3 Douglas Hill, arr. Brindisi from Barry 5 Llanberis, arr. Newport from Rotterdam 1 Manchester, left Wallsend for Constantinople 20 Peterston, left Sunderland for Marseilles 28 Anthony Radcliffe, pass Gibraltar for Port Said 29 Ethel Radcliffe, arr. Novorossisk from Naples 31 Dunraven, left Norfolk for Rotterdam 26 Windsor, arr. New Orleans from Barry 3 Llandudno, left Cardiff for Rio de Janeiro 14 Paddington, left Barry for New Orleans 26 Euston, left Novorossisk for Rotterdam 7 Wimborne, left Norfolk for Rotterdam 4 SCARCE WORKS. DR. W. O. PUGHE'S Welsh-English DICTIONARY: In Two Vols. The last Edition corrected by the Author, with numerous Quotations VERY SCARCE. We have two copies now on Sale. One neatly bound, price £ 5: the other price £ 4 10s. 6d. lTHE COMPLETE WORKS OF WORKS OF LEWIS GLYN COTHI In Two Vols, price 8s. each in boards. The Rev. EDWARD WILLIAMS, D.D., of Rotherham. In tour 8vo Volumes in Boards,' with Portraits of Author. Price fll 4e. 39, HIGH STREET, DENBIGH. If you want a New HAT, just try our famous W make, the best Hat in the trade. A large and well selected Stock of Ties, Collars, Shirts UMBRELLAS, And every Article for Gent's wear. FEw OVERCOATS, To Clear at Rcduced Prices. THE SHOP FOR GENT R. GRIFFITH JONES. All Householders Should always Buy Messrs. WM. EVANS & SON, Cloths, Flannels, Serges, Blankets, Quilts, &c. Which Customers will always find to be Superior to all others. We Defy Competition. Samples can be seen anytime. Testimonials from all parts of the World. W. EYANS AND SON, Estab Pancty Woollen Mills, 1780. CAERWYS. THE LONDON & CAMBRIAN Pianoforte & Music Company, ROCHDALE HOUSE, 1 HIGH STREET, RHYL (Opposite the General Post Office). Pianos, American Organs, Har- moniums, By BRINSMEAD, BISHOP, and other leading Makers. Liberal Discount for Cash; or easy terms of pay- ment. INSTRUMENTS LET ON HIRE. Violins, Mandolines, Banjos, Melodeons, Auto Harps, Musical Boxes, &c., In great variety. 1 JINGS & REPAIRS by Experienced Man (Late with Broadwor'i& Son). J. BARROW, 'Tan-y.Castell,' Lower Clwyd Street, RUTHIN, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Game, Poultry, Eggs, and Butter. J. B. has opened business in the above where the Public may be supplied with MUTTON, PORK, SAUSAGE, &c. All Orders per post cr otherwise promptly attended to Telegrams—BARROW, Ruthin,K.W. 8YMINGTOWS EDINBURGH COFFEE ESSENCE makes delicious coffee in a moment. No trouble, no waste. In small and large bottles, from all Grocers. GUARANTEED PURE. 100 lake a Good Start FOR THE NEW YEAR BY Throwing Away all Prejudice, And do not rest with the idea that you are } getting the best value, For Far Ahead Of every other 8RKAO is that sold at JOHN OWEN, Cambrian Bakery, DENBIGH STREET, LLANRWST. 'Come, give us a trial of our quality,' Come, a New Machine. CONN AH & CO., The Wheelmen of North Wales, Are making tremendous Reductions in the prices of New Alaehines.- Example—Druids S,7 17 6 Royal Welsh 10 0 0 Royal Cambrian 12 10 0 All fitted with detachable Pneumatic Tyres, E 2 per Machine less than last year's prices. Quality better than ever. BASSINETTES from 25s. Mail Carts from 12s. 6d. For Sale or Hire. Repairs and Braizing & Speciality. Agents for Humber, Premier, Rudge, Cres- cent, Raleigh, Swift, Enfield, New Hudson. Pneumatic Safties, from £ 6 10s. ACCESSORIES at Factory Prices. Last year's Stock of Machines at less than cost price to clear. Second hand Machines largest stock in the country. Pneumatic Safeties, thoroughly reliable, from £ 3 10s. Write for list. MOTO CARS, the Conveyance of the future, a Speciality. CONNAH & CO., the Ncrth Wales Cycle and Motor Car Merchants. They jest at scars who order our Machines, We will mount the Rudge, and consider their means ARTISTIC AND SCIENTIFIC PHOTOGRAPHY. X RAYS. MR. JOHN WILLIAMS begs to inform the public of the Vale of Clwyd and North Wales gener- ally that he has obtained the LATEST and most im. proved Electrical apparatus, and is prepared to Cryptoscope or Radiograph any part of the humat body through the clothing. Terms on Application. ESTABLISHED 1885. JOHN WILLIAMS, PORTLAND STUDIO, HIGH STREET, RHYL. Each sitter personally attended to by J. W. Please note the Address:-PORTLAND STUDIO, 8, High Street, RHYL GREENHALGH & GEARY, (FRANCIS GEARY. A.A.I.) Auctioneers,Valuers & Accountants MARKET STREET, RHYL. Valuations for Probate. Mortgages arranged. FRKE ADVKIiTISrNU. PROPERTIES FOR SALE OR TO BE LJ £ T.- Property-owners and others desirous of dispos- ing of Property, Businesses, &c., by private treaty are invited to send full particulars to the undermen- tioned for insertion (free of charge) in the NORUH WALES FREE PROPERTY REGISTAR," pub- lished monthly, having an extensive circulation, and being the only free advertising medium of its kind In the district. Intending purchasers and tenants should send.for a copy of the Register, which will be forwar- ded, post free, on application to the Proprietors and Publishers Messrs. Greenhalgh and Geary, Auction- eers, Valuers, and Estate Agents. RhyL VALE OF CLWYD. ROYAL OAK INN,RUTHIN. qp Proprietor—THOM.A? WILLIAMS (Late of Harp, Corwen). Comfortable Accommodation for Travellers and Visitors. DINNERS from 11 o clock to 2. TEAS kt any h/ar on Fair Xj&ys, &e. Lessee oi Posting Stations at Corwen and Neigh- bourhood. All Advertisements and Posters promptly Splayed, if forwarded to the Harp Hotel, Oorvn. GOOD AND EXTENSIVE STABLNG. TZRMS-MODICRATIL 9.4 THE NORTH WALES ASPHAI RFlE PAVING i; COMPANY UNDERTAKE ALL CLASSES OF Granolithic Paving Work. SPECIALITIES. Parapets, Garden Paths, Carriage Drives, and Stable Yards. TERMS—MODERATE. WORK GUARANTEED. Estimates and Specifications may be had on application to HUGH ROBERTS, Fern Bank, RhyL ROBERT E. HUGHES, AUCTIONEER, Surveyor, Valuer, Land and Estate Agent, .¡'" OFFICES- 10 Abbey Street, Rhyl; Stafford Buildings, Prestatyn.