ROYAL ALEXANDRA HOSPITAL. ANNUAL MEETING.. The annual meeting of the subscribers and donor3 to the Royal Alexandra (Children a) jtmr -Hpapital, Rhyl, was held at Mprfa hall on â >11 Monday. His Grace the Duke of Westminster, â y'f K G., presided, and among those present were the Very Rev. the Dean of St. Asaph, Col. Mesham, Col Mainwaring, Capt Howard, Dr. Tumour, Rev. J. O Evans (Towyn) Rev. Wat- kin Williams, Bodelwyddan), Drs. A E Lloyd, and W. T. Girdlestone, J.R, Messrs P. H. :G Chambres, JP.WJ Kent, 8. Perks, J P., W. Wynne, J P., T LI Murray Browne, J.P., R M Preston, Gold Edwards, E. P Jones, John Profit, Mrs Main waring, Mrs William Wynne, Mrs Bamford Hesketh, viiss Perkins &c. The Dean of St. Asaph read the following r eport:â Your Committee are happy to be again able to pi e-iput a favourable Report of the work of the Hospital during the pact year. The nnmbr of patients admitted has been 689, a slight increase over the numbers of any previous year- Of these, 185 have been Hospital cases 110 ladies requiring- chinizo-, or tiurning; 34 children of professional men 360 convalescents, of whom 46 have been members of th". (i. P. S. It is calcul- ated that the average cost for food has been 9d. a. dity each person. It will be remembered that the Nursing Associa- tion of Rhyl last year "ked the Lady Superin- te' dent to undertake the nursinsr of si<k poor in i'Viii the parte. The aesoci tioa itself has since then t: t'll been hroken up. Hut the members propose, before :ir.J) SKt inif up the affairs, to hand over the sura of Â£ 3 c sh, wbioh w 11 enahe the Lady ftuperin tendt-nt t<Â« continue the work f -T th,, present. The cases of nnrsiuir m private faiiiilie8 have b, et, 36 iu number. In every iustmoe cOlIlpl t sati>f-cti>n has b^en expressed. The sum of L62 hu. been received from this branch of the wrk Salisbury HouÂ«e," which the Committee last jear d teru ned to keep iu their own haDI. h > b-oti ronnected by means of p-m-ige-4 with the J âv,l ">nt, H use. The convalescent b>ys are now removed f ooi the HÂ»spi al to the bwmei.1 fl Â»or of that house, whe e they hnvÂ« b -d KO>I. tp, "11 'tlld nnvomi, with ei)arar-- enframe. M my letters, f>xpr,ssi''g sri-ett Hppreriati -a of th t' e.-e t unan jements of the Cmv 1 s^ent H >tn hvve boeei- received. Nor. "uly has h- iucreas* aciMni'iio Utioii prtvofi the ^rear^t addi i,-), Â»j<>mfirt-t to nit itmi ites but. the --iirt r,),) its htLv 11 "r 1 MD inir-' asM in the tm nber of Â¡lid pupiLâ18 havi iir been reoeiv d iurii r the ye W,1 p y .etatri 0 ive far more than c uut h tin*, d t' M of "pnt f1' -m what wm form^rl â cale I -1 Sali.b try Hou-e,' In is now one w â < *y. it tn Co. v leern. ut Home. The ent ire co-i o alttra- tjQ s ,11|(1 furui8hin* wasdeffayrd by a friend. !t!1 If i The dec rations ot (he children's playrollm i. <*â *&th â¢ Hospitai, which the Musses Birch, of Ma Eiw, had last year most kiudiy pr .mised to do h, ve not been carried out, as there hive not bee sufficient funds in haud to wainscot and prepay waiim but in the meantime they have done 801m. -,Tq,ttv, painnnir in the U Qqrtrute Ward," which has beeu much admire. It i,. vTalif, in to, he able to sav that, there ar now 8 F.eeCots. In the Rep rt tlr 186 speci mH-utiOTi w>s male of the value of the-e cms, whirh enab^ c' illrwn fri.m the must needy home to Tllak,, a prnli>n>red stay in the Hospital. I orddition t.o the 6 there-, alluded to, there is now one to be c dlo.d JDÂ»rtÂ»thy Iot," after a lit 1 jt-irl wh<> has speut onA anit a qu-titer vear in th Huspital, wh. se mother most kindly iiiteuds to a', pp,wrt, this cot f Â»r the next five years, at least, a tt(,-knowledwment of the benpfit her child hal- ct-rived. And the "St. Barnabas Cot,' which it is hoped, will also be continued. A Sale of Work held in vuffust realized 9100, of which sum the Hospit il actually received only JE60, the remacining X40 having been the prwee-l- of work sent bv the readers of t e m tierziue for- meily clld II The Everv Girl's Magazine (but now entitled the "At,laiit,&' ). for the specia purpowe of providing a fund to endow a 110t sup ported bv them, about wamh a nioutblv notice appears in the magazine. It is much hoped that this Sa e of Work will become an annual event, since this material help is of great assist tnoe t. the Ho!Â»pi?al. The funds of the Hospital have been further erriched by the kindntss ot the trustees and exe u- tois <4 the Lite Mr W. >. Lewis (T. H. Slsoey, St. Johu Tipton, and R Mi liutfton. E-qrs ), win have selected the Children's Hospital at Riyl al- one of tl,e eharit-iblc- institutions to be benefited under his will, ind by their xift of S160 have eonr Btitured tht-msnlvej. Life Governors. The committee have almo aw -in to acknowledge a donation of Â£ 100 fr)ta II Gold Edwards and M ..j..r Hollins, itS executors of the late Mr Griffith, of Cterhun for both these very substantial gifi,, they desire to expre88 their sincere thanks. lhey have with great regret to allnie to tht death of Miss W itkins, daughter of the late Veil Archdeacon Watkina, wh." with the exception of Miss Vizard and Miss Graham, had beeu associated with tbe Hoapit-tll uger than any of the prese t workers having been on the staff for the pas si-zht years. II, had always been felt that a mor- tuary chapel was much needed A fnead aui; fellow-worker has now offered to build cne to b. memory; and it is pioposed to do HO in that part of the Hospital propeity which lies between ttlt building and the sea. A memorial wiudow an the internal fittings will be given by her friend*, in the Hospital. they are happy to be able to say that mis. Cuni rj^hame r;ihdm has so far been res ored t. health that ahe is able to return to the tf uspitai, uiifl t<â resume some of her former duties. They ttcktmwfe-lge with special thanks the wit of a Bnth ci.-iir frum ttie fa uily of the lite Mi G di v a most tt-eful nu sery chtit- on CiiStO'" fr m M s Bt llvse tu âºqu-ill iisetul irift- of a beu- tb trom Mis Thoui of Park Moityti, 1.iI, and ;t sp^cuil bed, with the li est itupriv, me w, from M ss Cuui luuhame G- anaui, tor it. 'Muv Cot," m tie Mary VVard. wiauh is th ce de-t c..uifort to the present occupant. Their w irm st thank- are also due to the Duke â¢ f \Vmtmin.ter, Mis Bamford tiesketh. Mrs T-"Ji-n<heiid Vlainw iriiiiT, Heywool Lonsd ile, E-q. Col Menh .m Mrs Luxuio re, Mrs Willi titab W v n to f Mrs Gods.l, Mrs Bri-coe, Mrs Evans, Mrs Sareon, Ms 1.1.t, Mrs Robert-, the Kev. T. Hughe. J M'-s â¢ urteis, Mi,,3 and Miss FMD<Â«8 S.m^s -N, Mr 1et,r Hrowue, Miss K*uv"ti, Mi8 Purdon, I Mr Alii- Miss Law Mi"s Ellis, Mr Thomas M AikAfiifht. Miss Butterrou, Mrs Venables, Mr.. Waluifley, Mrs Fori. Miss Poultry Mlsc Ch< piKll, Miss Gertrude Eiinobetiffe, M, s Wrizht Mrs Bu. tol., Mrs Wilding Jones. To Miss Viz ro alill lhe with her iu the W"l k. u, of tbe Hos ital, the Committee feel that no mere expr asinii of thanks cau at lilt convey their deep sense of latitude for their self sacrificing labours: but thev know that to such labours the work itselt is its owu &I exetwding gi-eat reward." They desire 1 stlv to express their obligation to the Hon. Chaplain, the Medic il Officers, and the Auditor-, for oootiuuiusr. their kind w.rvi(-em; Mrs Belly-* (the editor of 4* Litile F .Iks "), Nurse Williamson, and others, for their welcome gifts of flowers fruit, game, vegetabl s. toys, books, 011 linen scrap book-i, &c., and to the church ut Holy Triu- iiv, Shrewsbury, for sending flowers from flower i service. Tue Jubilee was celebrated in a most loyal man- ner at the Hospital. Mr Peter Browne kindly gave a uumber of flags, and further decorations ot lamps and hunting were chiefly due to the kind- ness of Mrs Arthur Anson, who sent a large con- signment of things, in addition to the many gif It continually being received from her, for all or which the Committee beg to express their best thanks. To Mrs Watkin Williams, Mrs Evans, and Mrs Huttou many thanks are due for inviting the child- ren into the country, giving them tea, and sending them back with presents of flowers, aptdes, & Mrs Townshend Main waring al,o kindly invited a party of laay patients from the Convalescent Home, who greatly enjoyed an aitel noon at GaUtfaenan. The Committee canoot close the notice of gifts, &c., without speoiatiy thanking the tradespeople of Rhyl, who came forward moat liberally, not only at Christmas with presents of turkeys, cakes, oranges, &c., but at the time of the sale of work contributed largely from their stock in trade, to which, in a great measure, the success of the sale was due. Gifts of scarlet flannel jacketh are always most valuable. Patterns of them, and of the navy-blue frocks and red and. white pinafores worn by the chiluren, can always be obtaiued from the Lady Superintendent. Old linen, vegetables, and oranges, for the use of the children, will be most thankfully received The statement of accounts showed the total eceipts to be X3735 188 10d., of which Â£240 9s. lid was balance from last year a account, and the total expenditure L'J 195 14s. 2d., leav- ing a balance of Â£ 540 4s. 8d. in the treasurer 8 J hands (applause). ms urttce said he had very great pleasure in moving the adoption of the report so kindly rtÂ»d by the Dean of St. Asaph (hear, hear) TUty wers an very glad to tind a satisfactory account in regard to that adn ir ible hospital (applause), and that it was going on increasing in its beneficent work, and in offmimm; j â¢ there were possibleâand so much so that there was very little to be said except to con-> gratulate all those concerned in the work, and those who had derived such benefits from that admirable hospital (applause). He did not uite mderstand the report with regard tb district nursing. He would like to know whfether the hospital did the nursing for the town bf Rhyl. The Dean I think that nurses ard sent out from the hospital His Grace But there is no systematic nurs- ing ? Dr. Eyton Lloyd The nurses are supplied froth the hospital when asked tor. They did a great deal of work last year His Grace Did they then covered all the ground ] Dr Eyton Lloyd: They cover all the neces sary ground. His Grace: My duty, without making any speech, is to move the adoption of the report (applause). The Dean of St. Asaph: I have great plea-i sure in seconding the mi tion. The motion was then put to the meeting and unanimously carried. Dr Tumour said it gave him great pleasure in moving that the grateful thanks of that meeting be given to Miss Vizard,the lady super- intendent and the ladies associated wit her, for their valuable services in connection with the Alexandra Hospital He was quite sure they would all agree with the resolution He could say that for his own part he had never visited that Hospital without coming away impressed with its efficient state, and the charming way in which the nursing was managed there (ap plause.) Mr Gold Edwards had great pleasure in seconding the resolution He was quite cer- tain that they all felt extremely obliged to Miss Vizard and the other ladies associated with her for the interest they have taken in the welfare of the children. His Grace also sxpressed the pleasure it gave him to support that resolution. The I-adies heartily deserved all that had been said ap- plause. The motion was put to the maeting and un aniraously carried The Rev. Watkin Williams moved that the best thanks of the meeting be accorded to the Dean of St. Asaph the Medical Officers the Finance Committee, the Auditor and chaplain, for thpir valuable services in connection with the hospital during the past year (applause). They were all aware that ro carry on an institu- tion of that kind it was necessary that a great many different people should contribute their sbiare to the work (hear. aear) As regards his friend, thf Dean whom they were all glad to see amongst them be could only say that when he (the speaker) was in his place he found it to be most pleasant work, and he trusted that Major Mainwaring,who was to succeed the Dean in the office of treasurer would also find it the same (applause). As regards the medical officers who performed a very necessary part of the hospital work, he was in a position to speak on the authority of Miss Vizard. that nothing could exceed the attention they paid to all per- sons placed under their charge (applause) As to his friend the Chaplain, he could only say that in one sense, the spiritual charge of the in- mates of the hospital was a very large increase on his work, ani he believed him to be one of the hardest worked officers in connection with the hospital (applause). He bad great pleasure in moving that the best thanks ef the meeting be given to the officers named (cheers). Col Mesham had great pleasure in seconding the resolution which was put to the meeting and carried with acclamation The Dean thanked them very much for the kind vote of thanks passed- As far as he was concerned his duties had been extremely light and pleasant He was very glad indeed that he had been able to secure the services of Col. Main waring as his successor whom he was sure I would carry out the work with extreme effici- ency (applause.) Dr A. Eyton Lloyd, as one of the medical officers, also thanked them for their kind ex pression of thanks. He had always very great pleasure in serving the hospital and doctors believed they there came in contact with sufer ing humanity in a form in which they did not come in contact with generally. He would only say that practise in hospitals wasjone of the most pleasant features in the profession because of the efficiency of the nursing work in hospitals, and that was especially so in Rhyl (cheers. In I fact good nursing was halfthe battle With re gard to the nurses supplied by the hospital for i private work they could not speak too highly of, the work done by them. When he bad occasion 1 to meet them as a medical man they had given him complete satisfaction (applause). He had been per fitted to distribute in the room a cir- cular, embodying a letter addressed to a local j p .per ( Rhyl lieeord as Advertiser) with the ob ject of having an accident ward attached to the hospital and the hospital authorities had' kindly placed a room at his disposal (hear hear). They had, at Rhyl. in the summer bathing fa- talities. and they bad nowhere whatever to take the persons to. If these persons could be taken to a ward in the hospitaf he believed it would be the rtieans of saving life as the sand and the cold shingle was not the proper place to put anyone on He merely mentioned the matter, aLd hoped it would meet with their ap- proval (cheers). The Rev. J 0. Evans was much obliged for their kind vote of thanks. It w is to him a peculiar pleasure to feel that he had been of some little use. .Ur Murray Browne said that they ought not to separate without passing a vote of thanks to the Chairman He had taken great interest in the work in more than one way and had given rau h time and put himself to much trouble in attending these annual meetings applause). Tue motion was un mimously carried, and his Grace in reply said I have very great pleasure, especially in this weather in making a journey to Rhyl as it is such a cheerful place (laughter and cheers).
ST. ASAPH. ) WOULD ST. AsAPH BE A CITY WITHOUT A BISHOP 1-At a chapter meeting of the Wrexham Deanery Association held in that town last week, the Rev. Vaughan Jones read a paper written by the Rev. r. Lewis, which contained a number of suggestions, including one in fav our of the residence of the Bishop of the diocese at Wrexham (laughter).-The Vicar Not if I know it. I don't want to be disestablished (re newed laughter.)
RHUDDLAN. SEASONABLE CHARITY.âThrough the timely thoughtfulness of T. W Stokes Esq. Pengwern, and others a quantity of coal was distributed on Saturday last. 18th inst among the poor of this parish The recipients comprised fifty widows and others who are sick and unable to work the majority receiving three cwt. ach. All expressed their deep gratitude to the givers for their acceptablegift and timely remembrance of them. Mr Stokes has only recently come to reside in the neighbourhood, but during the short time he has been here he has given work to many people. and has taken much interest in the welfare and comfort of the poor.âThe late Mrs Wynne Jones Olinda, used to distribute a quantity of coal here for many years, and as this estimable lady was a native of Rhuddlan the inhabitants fondly hope that her heirs will continue to do the same. The coal was supplied by Mr John Parry, coal merchant, of this town. r'
Eppa COCOA.âGHATETTO AKD ComosToG. IJ t a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the operations of digestion and nutrition, and hy a careful application of the fine propertief of well selected Coc a, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately flavoured beverage whicti may Rave as many heavy doctors' bills. It is by the judid.,tu UMe of such arti les th-t it con- stitution may be giadually built up until strong enough to resist every teudency to disease. Hun: dreds of subtle maladies are floating around ullrdlldy to attack wherever there is a weak point. We avl et-oape many a fiW iibi-ft by keeping ourselves WE.ll fortified with pure blood and a p op; riy nour ched 1 frame." Civil Hmvice Gazttte*âMide fimply with boiling water and milk. Sold ODl. in packets, by Grucern, labeledâ" JAXRS EPPS & o Â£ I<>FAAB0 pathin Chemist, London." Also makers ol p-j;.J Afternoon Chocolate .Essence. n J
(CopxrigM.) ,(}Jt!NSCO= BY ANGBLO J. LEWIfl. ..1 Yes, I have certainly aftak. that tad, befA But where?" Over and over again Ijhad palf tiie same question to myself, but it seemed as far from solution as ever. It was a winter night in the year 19. I had been spending the evening with a friend at High- gate, and, after a long, dreary walk throigh snow and sleet, had just got back to my snug Irooms at St. Lazarus'Hospital, where I held thei office of resident surgeon. It was nearly midnight, but I did not feel inclined for sleep, and having taken off my overcoat and put on my slippers, Iidrew my easy-chair up to the nre, and sat d6wn t^ enjoy a 3uiet pipe. I had finished one pipe, and was eliberatmg whether to have another, Mien my eyes chanced to fall on an object placed on a side- table, and covered with a green baike cloth. Another subject, I suppose," I said, hauf aloud. I crossed the room, an(f lifted the baize. On a wooden slab, which I was accustomed to, use as a dissecting table, lay, as I had anticipated,la human head, newly severed from the body. I should here explain that I had been for some time past devoting special attention to the various forms of brain disease, and that the dissecting-room porter had a standing order that whenever a subject was known to have suffered from that class of disease, the head was to be reserved for me. I recognised the present specimen as that of a young woman who had been brought into the hospital two days previously, suffering from acute brain-fever, and whom, from the first, there had be&i but little hope of saving. After looking at it for a momeht or two, I covered the head once more, relighted" my* pipe, and took up the Lancet again, for I was in the middle of an interesting article. But I found that I could no longer concentrate my attention on my reading. Somehow or other my thoughts would wander back to that grisly object on the side-table. My medical experience had ma e me too familiar with the relics of mortality for them to excite anything like the nervous horror or repulsion whieh such objects arouse in the non- pi ofessional mind. My interest in the head arose repulsion which such objects arouse in the non- pi ofessional mind. My interest in the head arose from a very different cause. I could not help fancying that, somewhere or other, I had seen that face before. I remembered that the same idea had c ossed my mind when the dying girl, with the close-cut hair, was first brought into the ward, but J had almost immediately discarded it, thinking that I must be deceived by some chance likeness. Now, however, the idea recurred to me with redoubled force, and do what I might, I could not drive it away. I ransacked my memory, but in vain. I could not localise the face, and yet, as I reflected, the conviction grew stronger and stronger that the features were somehow familiar to me. Once more I rose from my chair, and, removing the cloth, gazed at the head for some I minutes, trying to recall the missing link of association, Dut in vain. Again I sat down, and my thoughts strayed away to that grim triptych in the Musle Wiertz, at Brussels, m which are represented the fancied sensations of a severed head during the first three minutes after decapita- tion. I wondered whether there was any real foundation for the belief of Sue and Sommering, so terribly illustrated by the genius of the artist; whether a head once severed from the body could under any circumstances think and feel, for ever so short a time. I recalled the experiment said to haVe been tried by the great French surgeon, Vel. peau, on the poisoner De la Pommerais, and the asserted fact that the severed head of the criminal did, by a movement of the eyelid, as previously agreed between them, prove that it he&rd and understood the voice of its questioner. I found myself speculating on the mystery of life whether there could by any possibility be a life of the brain after the life of the heart had ceased, and the spinal cord was severed. And ever and anon, amid my other reflections, came back the original puzzle, Where had I seen that face before ? 41 Ah," I thought, If those silent lips could speak, they might give me the answer to my riddle And then a still more startling thought flashed through my brain, an idea so wild, so unheard. of, that it almost took away my breath. In my earlier student days I had amused myself by practising mesmerism, and had found myself to possess the mystic power in a very unilsual de- gree. What if I could impart some of my own vitality to that silent brain, compel it to live once more, and answer the riddle that baffled me. It was a wild, almost insane idea, too extravagant for Serious consideration. I tried to dismiss it, | but it would not be shaken off, and I determined at last that I would i t any rate try the experiment. I locked my door, for I should have been ashamed to be surprised in so extravagant an occupation and then, utv the head and placing it in a convenient pwium, I began to make mesmeric passes over it. At first I ex. perienced an uneasy fee Vng, as though I were a Wizard, pmctiÂ¡n unlawful arts, And half afraid of the -ult. But this feeling speedily Wore off, a;: i i found myself notonly ardentlydesiringtosr.ee o 'Uut giadually acquiring a Conviction that I hÂ¡Â¡Â¡]d IL, ji). For nearly half- an-hoUr I persevered wit1Â¡rnt ranilt, though I threw the utmost of iuy will into my efforts. At last, just, a? I ww *ig to lose hope, I fancied tint I ppl.ceiv -,I, 7 i [iuver of the eye- lids. I thereupon redo "i ay cTorts, and after a few minrites more, d.u i v. hi -h I had been making passes with al:ror; fntii; in energy, the dead eyes slowly opened and looked at me. As long as "I live I shall never ferret that moment. I experienced no sense of horror or alarm, but a conscientious scruple crossed mv mind as to whether I had any right to carry my experiment farther, and, after a moment's pause, I began the reverse, or de-magnetising, passes. As I did so, how- ever, the expression of the face changed to one of agonised reproach, and I could not resist the impression that, for some reason OT other, the head wished me to continue. Thus encouraged, I resumed the mesmerising process, and the face after a few moments recovered its former com- paratively tranquil expression. As I proceeded, the eyes moved with greater freedom, and the features became more mobile. The expression of the face seemed to vary, but I could not read its meaning. Suddenly the conviction flashed upon me (how I cannot say, but as, if borne in upon me by some sympathetic sense) that the head was trying to speak, but cordd make no sound. Do you wish to speak ?" I said. The head gazed at me with appealing eyes, but was silent, I remem- bered Valpeaus experiment "If you' understand what I say, close your eyes. The eyes closed instantly, then opened again with the old appeal- ing gaze. If you desire tospeak, close your eyes again." Again they closed. Can I help you ? The eyes closed once more, and then, slowly, as if With effort, looked away from me towards a table in another part of the room. I followed their direction, but could not see anything to indicate what was desired. The table in question was strewn with surgical and other apparatus. I walked towards it, the eyes following me. Is it something on this table you want me to use?" The eyes closed and again opened. After a moments reflection, I saidt "I will touch every object on this table in succession. When I come to the right one, close your eyes." The eyes closed in token of comprehension, then opened again with an eager look. I took up one article after another ana laid it down and laid it down again, but the head made no sign. I had touched nearly every object on the table, and I began to fear that there was a misunderstanding on the one side or the other; when I chanced to place my hand on some electrical apparatus, with whieh I had been experimenting earlier in the day. To my surprise the eyes closed. Ah, the microphone I exclaimed. Yds, that may assist. But how to nse it ?" I removed the apparatus to the table Whereon the head lay. K Am I right so far?" I asked. The eyes closed. '^Direct me I said when I am doing right, close your eyes again." I applied the Wires of the battery to different parts of the head without receiv- ing the approving signal; but at last, on placing one side ih contact with the, hypoglossal nerve, and the other Under the tongue, the eyes nosed. I noticed, however, with dismay &Ã¥.t the head seemed to be losing its temporary VJtaljty, and relapsing into its former insensible condition, though the eyes still pursued me with that mute appealing gare, as though entreating succour. For a moment I was at a loss, but sud- denly I remembered that during my recent efforts to discover and carry out the wishes of the head I had suspended my mesmeric operations. I now resumed the passes, and was speedily rewarded by finding that the head shewed renewed signs of vitality. I persevered, and after a few minntes longer I perceived a slight movement of the lip Ma a voice said in a whisper so faint that, even with the aid of the microphone, it was all but laandibleââ¢ -tint ce glie tu m'as ottblU, Henri ?
Have you forgotten me, Henry? Snow again fell heavily during this week in different p*rts of the country. Serious louse* among *hÂ« e|> in North Wales are reported. The BÂ»1 and "estiniog Railway was reopened on Wednesday, a ter having been blocked wtth snow since biinda 0 n 1 on the same day the mail service between Do\. r ;ttid Sitting bourne by road was reramed. In, L-vai pool a hard, frost; prevails, bat although t: e kies joi/feed threatening all day, there has been no >uttheruiieiviÂ»ll. A STUDENT of Baiiiol (julit,ge, Oxford, once lost a parcel of bank-notes J He told Professor Jowett, master of the college, and the celebrated translator of Plato, of his misfortune, who, in tnrn, told him to say nothing about it, took the numbers of the notes, and â¢overed the walls of Oxford with posters proclaiming the long, but giving wrong numbers for the notes. The thief fell into the snare, one of the notes at the, bank, was promptly arrested, and all the notes were recovered. Shrewd Professor Jowett had given the right numbers to the teller. â¢â J â¦
TIm CHINESE CABINET.âThe "Nui Koh," or Cabinet, consists of four principal and two inferior Bsmbers, half of them Manchus and half Chinese. According to the Imperial statutes their duties are to "deliberate on the government of theempire,;procIaim abroad the Imperial pleasure, regulate the canons of State, together with the whole administration of the great balance of power, thus aiding the Emperor in directing the affairs of State." Subordinate to the six "Chancellors" are six grades of officers, in all 200 Srsons, of whom more than half are Manchurian. The isncellors have also 10 assistants. A remarkable feature in this Cabinet" is that, as some of the i six Chancellors and assistants are constantly absent! Is the provinces or colonies, their places ilresupplied by substitutes.
NOTABLE BABBBBS. The barbers of the past who were great men would fill a goodly page. William Winitanley, to whom we are indebted for the Lives si the English Poets," began his career by soaping hill. Farr, who introduced coffee into England; Dr. John Taylor, whose eloquent voice so often sounded 1b St. Paul's; Richard Arkwright, the creator of Laneashire prosperity; Jean Baptiste Belzoni, giant aad explorer James CraggsâMr. SecretaryCraggs âof the South Sea Bubble; Mr. Herbert Ingrain, of the JUugtrated London News; Allan Ramsay, the "Gentle Shepherd; Lord Chancellor Sugden (first on the Irish, then on the English woolsack); Lord Tenterden Jeremy Taylor; Bizet, the composer of Tenterden Jerejoy Taylor; Bizet, the composer of the opera "Carmen," were born and bred, and some trained, in barbers' shops. â
OLD SCOTCH PROCLAMATION. Oh yes and that's e'e time; oh yes! and that's twa times oh yes! and that's third and last time. All manner of person or persons whatsoever let 'em draw near, and I shall let is em ken that there is a fair to be held at the muckle town of Langholm, for the space of aught,days, where in any hustrin, custrin, land-hopper, dudshouper or gent-the-gate-swinger, shall breed any hurdam, dur- dam, rabblement, babblement, or squabblement, he .hall haTe his lugs tacked to the muckle throne with nail of twa-a-penny, until he down on his hobshanks, and up with his muckle doup, and pray to ha'en nine times, God bless the King, and thrice the muckle Laird of Reltown, paying a groat to me, Jemmy Ferguson, bailey of the aforesaid manor. So you've heard my proclamation, and I'll gang hame to my dinner."
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StHra,' 'One Star.' Ask our Grocer or Bakel for the above brtscle.-Ady. 't' TO LADIES ONLY. ^OUTHALL'S (Patented) Sanitary Towel Approved for accouchement and general use. Thp Towels are sold at 1/- and 2/- per packet of onp dozen, and can be obtained of ladies' outfitters th I world over, or sample packets of one dozen wil be forwarded, by parcels post for 1/3, or 2/8, six packets 0/6 and 12/6 from the patentees, Southall Bros, and Barolay, Birmingham. Wholesale AgentsâSharp, Perrin, & Co., 31, Old Change; .Sapley & Smith, London Wall; London, For protection against ussleas and injurious imitations, he label on each packet bears the signature of the patentees. VALUABLE DMOOVEBT FOB THB HAIB.âIf your hair is turning grey or white, or falling off, use "THE MEXICAN HAIR RENEWER," for it will positively retort in every cate Orey or White hair to its original colour, without having the disagree- able smell cf most Restorers." It makes the hair charmingly beautiful, as well as promoting the growth of the hair on ba d spots, where the glands are not decayed. Price 3s. 6d.-For an Oil to make the Hair soft, glossy and luxuriant ask for "CAR- TER'S COLOGNE OIL." Price Is. of all dealers Wholesale depot, 33, Farringdon Road, London- THBOAT AFFBCTIONB AND MOABSENESS.âAll suffer- ing from irriattion of the throat and hoarseness will be agreeably surprised at the almost immediate re- lief afforded by the use of "Brown's Bronchial Troches." These famous lozenges are now sold by most respectable chemista in this country at Is., lid., per box. People troubled with a hacking cough," a slight cold," or bronchial affections ard not try them too soon, as similar troubles, if allowed to progress, result in serious Pulmonary and Asth- bmatio, affections. See that the words Brown'- Bronchial Troches" are on the Government Stamil around each box.-Prepared by JOH. I. BROWN ano SONS, Boston, UVS.* European depot, 38, Farringdon Road, London WARNING.âWhen you ask for BECKITT'S BLUE see that you get it The Manufacturers beg to caution the public against imitation square Blue, of a very inferior quality. The Paris Blue is s< Id i wrappers bearing their name and Trade Mark Refuse all others. FLORILINB !âFOB THE TBETH AND BREATH.âFew drops of the liquid FtoriliDe" spriukled on a wet looth-brush produces a pleasant lather, which thor- oughly cleanses the teeth from all parasites or im- purities, hardens the gums, prevents tartar, stops decay, gives to the teeth a peculiar peirly-whiteness and a delightful fragrance to the breath. It re- moves all unpleasant odour arising from decayed teeth and tobacco smoke. "The Fragrant Floriline eing composed in part of Honey and sweet hterhs is delicious to the taste and the gre^te-t, toilet dis- covery of the age. Price 2s. 6d., of all Chemists and Perfumers. Who esale depots 33, Farringdou Road L't)d n. IT HAS KKXN BBOUOHT To LIGHT that the Remark- able l'isnppÂ»arauce of all Dirt from Everythibg- the remit of using Hudson's Dry Soap. -=- I All kinds of Printing Neatly and Quickly cone at Moderate Prices'at the Office of this Paper. Sussex i Street, where all orders are strictly attended to, Strtet, where all oraers are strictly attended to, j AMOS BROTHERS* P^pwUETORs Francis's Balsam JMhirg like it '-)1", OF â UNSHED & HONEY LOSS of VOICE. Is dniversally acknowledged to be the Best Remedy for Nothing like It. Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Hoarseness, For ASTHMA. brbnchiiis, Spitung of Bleod, > cthin ike 4 Consumption, &c. For BRONCHITIS HOW IT ACTS. DIFFICULT It onuses ft'> expectoration by reniovinsz ti-e cotigeahd and viscid phlegm URTATri' r I1 Â»Ua> a the uupleaÂ«u.bt tickling in the throat, whirh excites eoughiug. rSKxL/i 1 r 1- vJ jf imii ediate ease in cases of difEcul y ot Breathing. I runove* tip bte.tss and Mpwsfu from HCHÂ».Â»S the chest. Nc.tl.ii)g like It It, hebl- the unpleasant soilness felt i.er n uch coughirg. FOB Jt curis and relieves cases of Asthma ai d Biunchitis of long standing. r>T TV vr TTVr It -oolbes tlfe weary acini.g of (Junsun.ption. OLD ana v C UNO. It ci^ chlui refleshilJi? fcltep. Notim g like it For tbe weary lbil g The Mayor of Pwllheli (ED. JONES, Eso.. J.P.) ry It has cur d'a long standing cough of m,) own, aLd has alio cured my CONSUMPTION co, gob. r.7-.â REV. OWEN EVANS, D D., London, RCthlLg lite It ( '< o/ Li'-iir lmaâ) 1 Having tried Francis's Balaam of Linseed and H npy,' I can with great WHOLE WORLD. pleasure and coi.fidence strongiy rtcouimtnd it as an excelit-ut rtmc-dy for â.ââ â. cglds, coughs, Ac. Nothing like it REV. H. BARROW WILLIAMS, Wrexham, FOE Iliave often used Francis's Balsam of Linseed and .Honey' for colds PROM Fl RELIEF, and severe coughs and have proved it of great efficacy, botn fur myself and family for many years. N, tLiDg ike it Mr. JAMES SAUVAGE of the Carl Rosa .rep Company, writes- REFRESHING I I have had occasion latelv to use your Balsam of Linseed and Honey SLEE p. for coughs and 'hoarseness, and can assu e you 1 have found it very be,. efic al. Sold by all Chemists and Patent Medio ue Deai. is-Is. and 2a. ad. Bottles. Do not be persuaded to totk ny ot"t.r. SPECIAL (Mr. LAWREJSOE, Chemist, Rhyl. AGENTS ( Mr. ROGRR HI GHhJs Chemist, Rhuddlan. jWV^^A^VV^Â»VWVVWVVWWVSAMA^AAAAAAA^VVVVVVV%ArV\rVWVVVVV\VVVVVV5| ears Soap FOR TOILET AND NURSERY. J. |Â» Specially Prepared for the delicate skin of Ladies and Children i and others sensitive to the weather, winter or summer. I Redness, Roughness, and Chapping prevented. j Fair white hands. Bright elearcomplexion ij Soft healthfiil skin. I ( "o: f Tnr A PC' QOAP SOLD EVERYWHERE in Tablets at Is each. Larger c sizes, Is. 6d. and 2s. 6d. The 2s. 6d. Tablet is perfumed < with Otto of Hoses. A smaller Tablet (nnscented) is sold at 6d., but INSIST on j! having PEARS', as vilely-injurious imitations are often substituted for ex;tra gain BOON TO HUMANITY. It is seldom that any discovery of Science is such as will benefit nil classes ofneople. Some of the srreatest liscoveries of the age while thev I ave proved din eetl, beneficial to thousands have also at least for a time, injured other thousands. THE GREAT NEED OF THE AGE Is some scientifically arranged preparation which v ill cope effectually with the prevalent diseases of this country which will be CERTAIN TO DO GOOD workman, the protepsiofal man and be who wins his bread by the sweat of his brew. the student, the clerk, the v haiid; the miner, and the roadsidelalu.4. It should be too; such a prep" ration as con. tains no injurious ingredients, and which may be taken with impunity bv the weakly- child or the deiict te a N as well ap b, thesttontrer constitutional man. Such a discovery would deserve to be c'alled THE PERFECTION OF MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS. and would be indeed an Invalnable Bopn to. Suffering Humanity. This mucb needed boon HAS BEEN FOUND, HAS BEEN TRIED, BAS BEEN PROVED, and wherever proved it has been foond to be satisfactory. fhousands of Testimonial? recentlv received. Apply for Copies. QWILYM EVANS1 QUININE BITTERS ur THE BEfF REMEDY OF THE AGE For Affections of the Chest Use Gwilym BvanB* Quinine Bitters. For Debility in every Form Use Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. For Indigestion, Bile, 1 eadache, &c. Use Q,"vm Evans' Quinine Bitters. For Liver Complaints Use Gwilym Evans* Quinine Bitters. For Nervousness and Weakness Use Gwilym Evans* Quinine Bitters. For Depression of Spirits Use Gwilym Evans' Quinine Bitters. Seethe name on stamp, label and bottle. Refus ",11 others. Insist upon having the genuine Gwilym Evans* Quinine Bitters. Should any difficulty be fsxperienced in procuring it. write to the proprietor. who will forward it per return parcel post, carriage paid to any address, at the following prices Bottles 29 9d double size, 4s 6d cases of three large bottles, 12s td. Sold by all Chemists and Vendors of Patent Medicines in the Kingdom. Agents in all parts of the world. PROPRIETOR: GWILYM V AN 8 N WILY M JGVANS. PHARMACEUTIC A L CHEMIST, LLANELLY, S. W. NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOSS OF VITAL POWER AND ENERGY.âA Gentleman having been a great sufferer, will be pieased to forward a Physician's Prescription that cured him, on receipt of stamped envelope.âAddress W. ROSE, Esq., Sonierleyton Villa, Brixton, Surry. ONE BOX OF ClA KES B 41 PillS IS warranted to cure discharges from the Urinary Organs, ID either sex (acquired QT constitutional). Gravel, and Pains to the Back. Sold In Soxes. 4s. 6d. each, by all Chemistf and Patent Medicine Vendors throughout the World or sent to any address for 10 stamps by the Miktoi THI LiNOOlJI OD MIDLAND COUHTIES DRUG COMPANT (late F. J. thARIES). LiawbL-WholoWe Jugents, BAJtCUAT h BOM LandaeL and all the Wholesale Houses. CONSUMPTION AND ITS FINAL CURE. Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Copies have now been issued of MR. G. T. CONGREVE'S Work on CONSUMPTION Asthma. Chronic Bronchitis, & other Chest Diseases -v SIXPENCE (Post Free), from the Publisher, ELLIOT STOCK. 62, Paternoster London, E.0. OUST PUBLISHED, the APPENDIX To the above Treatise, being a reprint of between Two and Three Hundred INTERESTTNG & AUTHENTIC CASES lelooted from those which have appeared in the Weekly Journals from 1881 to the present time. NOTES are appended to many of these cases which rove the Cure to be "FINAL a d PERMANENT." This Appendix sent POST FREE on application to the Author only, COOMBE LODGE, PECKHAM, 8.E. !\MOS'S Sate of Boots und Shoes now going on. Great Bargai, a. WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, KHYL. A WONDERFUL MEDICINE, B E C fl AM 'S P I I, I F A BE universally admitted to be worth a Gninea a Box for Bilious and Nervous Disorders,such as Wind and Fain ill the Stomach, Sick Headache, Giddiness, FulneKs al,d Swellii g after Meals, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Cold Chills, Flushings of Heat, Loss of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Costiveuess, Sourvy and Blotches on (he Skill, Disturbed Sleep, Frightful Dreanis and all Nervous and Trembling Sensations, &e. The first doet will give relief in twenty minutes. Every sufferer is earnestly invited to try one Box of these Pills, and they will be acknow- ledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For femaleB of all ages these Pillt4 are invaluable, as a fen doses of them carry off all bumours, and bring about all that iÂ» required. No female should be without them. There is nc medicine to be found equal to Beecham's for removing arn obstruction or irregulariiy of the system. If taken according t( directions given with each box, they will soon restore females ol all ages to sound and robust health. This has been proved by thousands who have tried them, and found the benefits which are ensured by their use. For a Wiak Stomach, Impaired Digestion, and all Disorder of the Liver, they act like magic, and a few doses will be found to work wonders on the most important organs in the human machine. They strenghen the whole muscular system, restorf the long lost complexion, bring back the keen edge of appetite, and arouse into action with the rosebud of health the whole physical energy of the human frame. These are FACTS testified continually by members of all classes of society, and one of the ciiftrantees to the Nervous and Lebilitated is. BKECHAM'S PILLS have the Largest Sale of any Patent Medidine in the World. FEECHAM'S MAG COUGH PILLS. As a remedy for Coughs in general, Asthma, Bronchial Affec- tions, Hoarseness, Shortness of Breath, Tightness and Oppression of the Chest, Wheezing, &c., these Pills stand unrivalled. They are the best ever offered to the public and will speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BEECHAM'S COUGH PILLS a trial, and the most violent Cough will in a short time be removed. Prepared only, and Sold Wholesale and Retail, by the Pro- prietor, Thomas Beecham, St. Helens, Lancashire, in Boxes Is. l$d. and 2s. 9d. each. Sold by all Druggists, and Patent Medicine De ra every- here. N.B.âFull directions are given with each box. MONEY. yjONEY LENT pRIVATELY. STRICTEST CONFIDENCE OBSERVED. WITH OR WITHOUT SURITIES. ON BORROWERS OWN UNDERTAKING. NOTES OF HAND ALONE-NO BILLS OF SALE. TO ALL EXPECTABLE HOUSE- HOLDERS. FAIR TREATMEIT AND EVERY CONSIDERATION. NUMEROUS BORROWERS HAVE APPROVED AND BENEFITTED. ON APPROVED SECURITIES 8 PER CENT, ONE TO THREE YEARS. PERSONAL APPLICATION FAR PREFER. ABLE. ALL LETTERS WITH FULLEST PARTIC- ULARS with stamped addressed envelope will have prompt attention, addressed MR JONES, 4, CRESCENT, ROAD RHYL who can be seen on Mondays and Fridays at 9 a.m., to 9 p.m., and also at his Chester Officesâ 2, I OLD SQUARE, TUESDAYS AND SATURDAYS. P.S.âMR PREECE JONES has lent for many years past extensively his own capital, and negotiated advances leprosentimr thousands of pounds, and is prepared to receive investments on his own ac- count, or on behalf of his investment companies, long established and paving good interest. ADVICE TO MOTHERS.-Are you broken in your rest by a sick child wufferinyr with the pain of cutt- itig,tf-eth ? Go at once to a chemist and wet" hottli of MRS WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRuP. It will re- ieve the poor sufferer immediately. It is pcrfecll.% harmless ana pleasant to taste, it produces Duluralg quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain, and the titttlfc cherube wakes "as bright as a button." It soothes the child, softens the gums, allays all p-iia, relieves wind, regulates the bowels, and is the best known remedy for dysentery or diarrhoea whether arising fron. teething or other Muses. Mrs Wins- low's Soothing Syrup is sold by Medicine dealers eveiywhere at Is lid., per bottle. MBS F. SIMMONDS, Laundress, Eastbourne, had u-ted Messrs RMJKLTT'S PARIS BLUE for ti e pal, six years, and considers it uuequ lied for benufv and economv. Certtinly muuh superior to Thumb or Liquid Pine. I BuDsolqlg Dity SOAP is Qun k and Safe WND Leaves no Suieil. try a Penny Pack t. Softens water. WASTE PAPER Large Quantities of the above to be had- at the Office of this Paper, in Bundles not 188 than 3 lbs. and upwards, at Id per lb. -^medical profession s are i-ow rde-ing CÂ»d- i'un sLo. oa Essence in thousands of cases hecanse it contains more nutritious ,ul(i fleshton. ing elements than any of hei liexeniire. and is preferable to tlie thick starchy cocoa ordinary sold. When I to tlie thick starchy cocoa ordinary sold. When you asK for Cadhury's I'ocoa Essence be sure tiiat you get it, as shopkeepers often push imitations forthe sake of extra profits. Makersto the Queen. Paris Depot^ig, Faugourg ::t. Honore. I lhudson's D-y Soap is free from a? ;Lum; of an injurlOue. character. A pure, Dry Soap, in fine ponder. Rapidlj Soluble. Lathers freely. Softens Water, A perfect El ard- Water Soap! A Cold-Water Soap! S"tt- ,ter Soar! 4 Hot-Watsr Soap! UI,'iv>lllf'd for a,h;n ('III'hes 8. d EVPr\thinR" and as a purihin aL'ent. Insist imen I dsonsDr\ Soap, which ba becon.e a h. usel.ohl w,_ all over the wor.dforim.it. sw,-eftjeis iin-I hen Iti. If sou have not tried a entn Packet-do so. and o,i will be amazed ( tbe large amount of thorough House rj-* B 0 M A S I L L I A M \V WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCUhR, 3. WATER STREET RHYL. A constant supply of Meat always on baÂ»d c'ui Beef, Mutton i. unb, Veal, Pori CURE FOR ALL? HOLLO AY'" fll 'IT H!1[I.'T iÃ I J. Ii d. 1' I -I IMPORTANT DIbCOVE v. No More Suffering!! so The Discovery of this Ointment has proved an invahiafci* boon to thousands of sutlerers; when rubbed ever or near ihÂ» seat of suffering, its rare Balsamir properties are conveyed \0 every part. Ihus it heals inwaro wounds and ulcers of tho STOMACH, BOWELS OR WOMB, strengthens the spitial marrow in cases of nervous weakness and depression, and ah diseases of the THROAT, Lt:to:Gs. AND CV.KST. NO invalid need despair of cure, whilst this Ointment can be obtained. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, and Ulcerations of all kinds. The applicatior, of thlsOintment heals, in a remarkable manner, every kind ofUlcr8.tion, softens the stiff nr contracted tissues, causes "proud" flesh to disappear, and foal and coatf" Sorrte discharges to become conver ed into healthy healing surfaces; and these effects arc not t imporaiy, DUV .ire radical and permanent. Piles, Fistulas, and Abscesses. These and all similar affections mi st be carefully treated According to the plan recommended in the printed instructions. The Ointment must be applied directly to the parts aflccted. and Holloway's Pills be simultaneously taken to purify the blood, and to relieve the internal congestions which are sc fertile a cause of this class of disease. Dropsical Enlargements, Sweled Legs, and Varicose Veins. In the reduction of all Glandular Swellings no remedy etfiiai* this incomparable Ointment: it prevents the formation of extra- ueous growths, and is an invaluable remedy icr checking aD Chronic Discharges; when diligently rubbed into the parts Inflected, the worst case will yield in a comparatively short Ipace of time. g* Scrofula and Old Skin Diseases. This Ointment is a certain remedy for ali diseases of the skiu. whether simple or complicated. Scurvy, ringworm, blotches. Â£ impleSj and other cutaneous disorders, are at oncÂ«> eradicaud 8v this invaluable Unguent. I" IR Sold at THOMAS HOTJOWAVI* E;,fnb,i-h ment N?w Oxford t. Oate 83. Oxf, rA St > T or A.n, %ti- ) by ne rlv evprv resne^t^Mp vprdor of Mpdicine thronarhnnt thp Hvilized W o,.lil. lull printed direeti<ns are sfRxed to eneh Pot and Box and can be b-,d in anv lantruasre N. B.- I dvic,- Gratis. at the above address daily betw en tne iours of 11 and 4, or b, le ti r The Charffes foi udvertisircr in the FnvL RPCOPI AND ADVVETISER are regulated by the following calp per line R. d. Eelit-ious and ch-tritiil le Societies.. 0 2 FtitertiiiTipiertfi, 0 3 Pa es by Auction 0 4 Public > oricex 0 6 I egal Notice* 0*6 THi lia" entÂ»rv Notices 1 (I Trnde Advettisemft ts Pxtelriding over a period I pi-ciaPy contracted for. No Advertisements in the bove cla^B are chrrpe ^t H less snn> thflr 2H 6d. I PREPAID ADVFPTI EMEN7S. 1 Miscebanci uÂ» P, nT,Ut,een,et,to. rnoh at. houses td let, apHftn.ents to let r wmit<d, Â»-ituati( ns vai ted IJ,d vacant. a>e irii-eited acc ordiDg1 to the following prices teight words venerMllj mnking a line !â 1 insertion 2 insertions 3 iusert itip Lines s d s d 2 4 1 0 1 6 2 5 1 3 2 0 3 6 1 6 2 6 VAPT1 FOR TfcTT5 A-CI NICHOLSON'S XLUx Xl THE a.JC â¢ PATENTED ARTIFICIAL EAR DEITILS IU E Deafness nul The most asLoIll,h. JfiwlVlBff 11 iDg case-* lu-ve l.eoii cir d. Patented nn IflWFi A wPfflW 11 sold in all civilised utrie o the world* Send s mps torTOO-p ^ebook,coÂ»it in \]\ li-^e'Essay on Deafness Tlus- ill trntionsof the Drums, Copies of atenta, MM ~i IIJ Letters from Doctor, ditors,& other men of prominence who have been cared by these celebrated DHXTTTTS, nd # who take pleasure in recommeyidingthetn Averyinterpstins?book.N methi^paper. NICHOLSON, 15, Camden i^arK-rd, London.y.W^Enyt Dr. Wrtsoir writes:âLiiMPLOUGH'S PYRET10 IllTNE is far and away the safest and best. It is a gentle Â»aerient. (taken in quantity'! an invaluable domestic tnedi* (me, a boon to the nursery as children will ask for it, and most efficacious in Headache, Liver Derangements, Sickness, Fsverishness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Excitement, Sleep- basnose, Blood Poisons, Measles, Smallpox, and all kmftreo siliiiontBi as abundant medical and other testimony (such as no other saline or salt can show), with each bottle will prove. It allays thirst in a remarkable manner, and is consi- dered to have prevented more disease than any other medicine. Removes the ill effects of excessive eating or drinking. Dr. Wnanus writes" We simply cannot do without it." Dr. TuaLtT writes:â" I have had 40 cases ot Choleraic Diarrhoea, and required only your admirable prej Deration for the successful treatment of every one of theaw Ww 111 cut UUOSlOUi 1KIIATIOW. I WOOL. Established 1821. WOOL WWADDELL & SONS beg to inform a Fanners and Wool Growers that they can have their own Wool manueactared into Tweedy Blankets, Yarns, &c., for their own use. By this old-fashioned and sound sys'em a saving of 15 to 20 per cent is effected, as the goods are obtained at first cost, and wear much better than bought goods. Any class of wool will do for this purpose, such tif, IFIeece, Broken Wool, Fallen and Pulled Skins. Send to out representative in Rhyl I Olbs for a suit of clothes and 14lbs for a pHir of blai kets for a trial please. Full particulars and all information may be ob- tained from Mr J. L. CHILWELI, Glencoe 8. Edward Henry-street, Rhyl, or fiom the manufacturer8; W. WADDELL & SONS, Heads Nook, Carlisle. Pocket Medical Adviser Gratis with Illustratio", and Details Se f cure, (under cover), 6 stumps. F om J WILLIAMS, Esq., F.M V., Medirtl publisher, 22, slarischal St., ABEJU). The Pocket Medical Adviser i T^OR the Self treatmifit of Nervous and Fu etwn-1 ^luu<ent*, tniuecfl by Over H ork, Worry, Exee.,es, and other en rvahitg influences, and their A,,oc,.ated tviis, by the THE NEW LOCAL TREATMENT. I A boon to all desiring 'self-cure' with out recotir-e to physic or the family dtoctot.-Medecal Review. A country parson wriies thus 'Your Guide has cured atysel and many I #Junsholl,ers. 1 tSl KFiiKKKS should procure this handy Referee on Nervous ai ments, and thils v oid doctor's bills and olijectionahle tiiediciues j MEDICAL ADVISER Printed and Published by AMOS BROTHERS} at their General Stet'tn Priutii g Works, Sussex Street, Rhyl, in the Parish of huddlan, County Flint, SATtJEDAY, February 25, t388.