ORHYL PETTY SESSIONS. 1 a MOHDAT.â€”Before Messrs. T.:Ll. Murray Browne (in the chair), S. Perks, W. Wynne, LI. Lloyd, M.A., G. S. Hazlehurst, and Dr. Girdlestone. us TOWN -AT- THKATBICA1 LIOMSE--T= APPLICATION AGAIN ADJOTTBITSE). Mr Arthur Rowlands renewed the application made a month previously, for a theatrical license for ftka Town Hall. Their Worships having inspected the premises, the Chairman, on;their return to court, addressing Mr Rowlands, said that it occurred to them that as the large door at the bottom of the stairs opened inwards, that should their happen to be a rush, and the doors closed, the consequenoes would be serious. Mr Rowlands said he believed the doors were in- variably open on the occasion of theatrical perfor- mances, but there was no special instruction to that effect. Mr George: You know that of your own know- ledge ? Mr Rowlands: Tes. I generally make it a point on the occasion of theatrical performances to look in at the otoee. The Chairman thought it desirable that special instruction should be given that the doors should always be left open. Mr Rowlands saidibe would undertake that the Magistrates' wish should be complied with. Mr George: That will be one of the rules on j which the license will bet granted, and if you do not comply with it you will be liable to a penalty. Mr Rowlands said he would make it a point to look into the hall when theatrical performances were being held, and see that the doors were left open. The Chairman: What about the hydrant ? Mr Rowlands The work has been ordered to be carried out, but owing to the Water Company not having received the necessary pipes it has been so far delayed. Mr Hughes, the town surveyor, will .n1..in tn vnn +.Ha nrAA^n^flfflfp nf thA skrrantmmentm- i Mr Hughes explained the arrangements, which were that an inch and a half pipe should be attached to the main in Water street, to which it was pro- posed to attach a hose with a two-ways tap, which could be turned so as to apply the hose to jthe fire, and also to fill the buckets proposed to be placed at different points of the room. Mr Rowlands reminded the Bench that there was a fire engine on the premises, which could be put in working order in about ten minutes. Mr Hazlehurst expressed his opinion that an inch and a half branch was not powerful enough to carry the water. The Town Surveyor said that eareful considera- tion had been given to the matter, and believed that an inch and a half pipe would be quite ample for the purpose. Mr Hazlehurst also thought that if both taps were running at the same time the water could not be carried more than six feet. The Surveyor said it was not proposed to work the two taps at the same time. After a long discussion the Chairman said that there was a doubt in the minds of the magistrates as to whether there should be a large pipe, or have two services. Mr Hazlehurst suggested that two pipes should be inserted in the main, viz., an inch and a half pipe and also a three-inch pipe; the three-inch pipe for the hose, and the other for the buckets, both j>ipes to be brought six feet above the floor of the The Surveyor said] that might bs done, but it would be very costly. Mr George: Then you do not consider that life is at stake ? The Surveyor said he considered the proposal to provide an inch and a half pipe sufficient for the purpose. The Chairman asked Mr Rowlands if he was pre- pared to undertake that Mr Haalehurst's proposal should be canned out. Mr Rowlands said he could not do so, but would lay the matter before the Commissioners, and ap- plied for an adjournment. The Chairman said that the magistrates would not be satisfied unless Mr Hnalehurst's proposal was carried out, and therefore thought the best course would be to adjourn the application until the next court, which would be held on the 9th April. TEMPORABT AUTHORITY. Temporary authority was granted to Mr Thomas Eaves Varnon to sell intoxicants at the Wynnstay Arms hotel. ALLKOED CBUBLTT TO A HOBSB. â€”MPOBTAJfT CASB. Robert Matthews, carter, in the employ of Mr John Jones, Albert street, Rhyl, was charged by Mr Frederick Clarke. Inspector to the R.S.P.C.A., with having on the 6th inst., worked alhorse whilst in an unfit state, aad his employer was charged with having caused the horse to be worked.â€”The Prose- cutor applied that both cases should be tried toge- ther, but Mr Edward Roberts, who defended, ob- jected, as he was going to call one defendant in sup- port of the other. The Bench having decided to take the cases sepa- rately, that of Matthews was taken first. Inspector McLaren, sworn, deposed that on the 5th inst., at 1-30 p.m., he saw defendant going up Wellington road, and turning up Queen street,with a bay horse drawing a load of bricks. The horse was very lame in the fore legs. He had known the horse for years, but had never known it to be so lame before, and it was as much as it could do to get along. He believed that the horse was suffering pain, and that it was cruel to work it, and it was not in a proper state to draw a load of bricks. Cross-examined: Witness did not know much about horses. He did not examine the horse's foot, Wit would swear it was very lame. He did not know what a contraction of the hoof was. He did not know whether the operation of shoeing might cause lameness. He had seen the horse worked subse- quently (on the 23rd inst.) It walked better than on the day the information was laid. He met Mr Roberts, the veterinary surgeon, on the Friday, but did not tell him that in his (witness's) opinion that the horse was as bad that day as it was on the pre- vious occasion he had seen it. Re-examined by Mr Clarke: It was palpable to any casual observer that the horse on the day in question was suffering pain, and that it was cruel to work it. Inspector Clarke said that from information re- ceived he aocompanied P.O. Arthur Jones to Mr John Jones's, Albert street. They examined the horse, and it was suffering [great pain, and was totally unfit for work the day the information was laid, as it was suffering from disease brought on entirely by neglect. It was gross cruelty to work it. He spoke to defendant Matthews in the presence of his employer and in answer to a question put by him (witness) defendant said he had never known the horse go eo lame before, and when he discovered that it was so, that he only took it to fetch a ton of ooals afterwards. This was said in the presence of his master. Cross-examined: Witness had been an inspector four or five years; previous to then he had been in- spector of cab horses uuder Sir Richard Mayne. He had been inspector of horses iince 1867, and before then was a member of Metropolitan police force. He had had practical knowledge of horse disease for a number of years, and he could say what constitut- ed cruelty. When he saw the horse again on the 20th Mr Jones made the remark that it would have to be killed. P.C. A. Jones gave corroborative evidence. Mr Ed. Roberta, for the defenoe, said he would call the owner of the horse. Mr Jones was one of the largest and principal cartowners in the town. and had a number of valuable horses, and therefore knew how they should be treated. Mr Roberts asked their worships to consider whetherlMr John Jones would wilfully sanction any ill-treatment of hid horses. Mr Jones would tell them that after his attention had been directed by his servant to the horse being lame he at once caused the animal to be examined; he also sent for the veterinary surgeon, who wculd tell their worships the cause of the Jame- ness, and that it was at his instance that the horse was worked on the Friday, as the only way it could recover was by putting it to work. From the day the informatiun was laid up to the 20th of March, the horse had been kept in the stable, and the ve- terinary burgeon would tell them that on the 20th the horde was in a fit state to be worked, and yet the inspector told them that the horse in his opinion Was worse that day than it was on the 6th. The question therefore was whether they would believe a qualified veterinary surgeon, or convict the de- fendant upon the evidence of an ex-policeman. Mr John Jones then deposed that on the 5th of of March the defendant directed his attention to the eondition of the horse, and j after attending a little to his shoe he did not do anything further as the horse was apparently better. He did not work it between that date and the 23rd of March, on which day the veterinary surgeon came to see the horse, and it was upon his instructions that the horse was taken out on the Friday so that the surgeon might properly examine it. Cross-examined:â€”Witness, had seen the horse lame several times before, but not so lame as it was on this particular occation. Witness admitted that he said he would never put him to similar work again. Mr Roberts, veterinary surgeon, deposed to examining the horse on Friday, the 23rd iost. He described the disease from which the animal was suffering. The horse had evidently been a good one, and did not consider it cruel to work him. He adviaed that the horse should ba worked on Friday, the 23rd mat. He had heard the inspector give his evidence, but he still maintained that even suppos- ing it was in a similar state on the 5th and 6th inst, as the date on which he saw it, it was in a fit state to be worked. Cross-examined It was right and proper in his opinion to work an animal that had a thrush. The 9 contraction of the hoof might be caused by shoeing, and bad management. The animallwas not in pain on the 23rd of March, and was in his opinion fit to draw a cart load of bricks. The Chairman said that the magistrates were of opinion that the crise was a proper one for investi- gation, but upon the evidence adduced they did not feel justified in convicting, but they would not make any order as to costs. The other summons was withdrawn. THB THEFT OF TIJfBBB 1PROM THE NEW BRIDC- ANOTHER COKVICTION. Wtn. Hughe*, 66, Vale Road, was summoned for that he ou or about the 1st inst., in this parish and county, feloniously did steal certain timber, valned at about 10s., the property of Mr Finnigan, con- tractor for the new Railway Bridge Mr Fitzgerald, cashier in the employ of Mr Fin- nigan, said he knew the defendant, who was a carter. Witness's employer had lost a considerable quantity of timber from the premises of the new bridge, and from information received, he drew the attention of Inspector McLaren to it. Last Mon- day he was directed to attend at the Police station, where he identified the strutting timber now in L-ourt as the property of Mr Finnigan, which he valued at about 10s. They were not marked, but be identified them by the holes in them. He had had a conversation on the 21st inst. with the defen- dant, who admitted having taken the timber from the ground, and remarked that if he prosecuted all the people that took the timber he would have to prosecute half the men on the job, or something to that effect, John Wright said he was late foreman to Mr Finnigan, and be knew the defendant Hughes. On the 17th inst., P.C. Taafe came to him and asked him to identify some timber supposed to have been stolen. He went, and found some of the timber now produced in the ashpit of the defendant's house, and also one piece of timber in the house. On the following Tuesday P.C. Taafe came to him to ask him to go and identify some more of the timber, which he had found in the false roof of a pigsty, belonging to Wm. Hughes. The defendant was aft3rwards asked by P.C. Taafe if he knew anything about the timber he replied that he owned it had come from the bridge. The timber was afterwards taken on a barrow, and P.C. Taafe asked defendant if he had any more timber belonging to the new bridge, and he replied in the negative. P.C. Taafe gave evidence of having in company with Inspector McLaren, discovered the timber in the ashpit of defendant's house, and inside the house, and further corroborated the evidence of J. Wright. The defendant was then formally charged, and in reply said, I am guilty. I am very sorry that I took them/ I took them for firewood. They were pieces that had been thrown aside, and in a manner) of saying they were only waste." Mr Fitzgerald said that the larger pieces of tim- ber were cut for special purposes, as props under arches, and were not thrown away, and no one had any authority to take them away, Mr Finnigan did not wish that the defendant should be severely dealt with, he only wanted this to be a warning to others that no one had a right to touch the timber on the premises. The Chairman said that the prosecution had asked for indulgence for the prisoner. The magistrates had carefully considered the case, and were wiiling to extend to the defendant as much indulgence as they possibly could, but they must say that this was a deliber ate case of stealing. Only very re- cently they had a case before them when a man was alro charged for stea ing wood from the bridge, and who was sentenced on the whole of the charges to six months' imprisonment. That was a more ser- ious case than that of the present defendant, owing to there being a previous conviction against him, and when there was a second conviction the case was much more serious, because the person then tried his strength against the law, and it was neces- sary that the prisoner should be shown that the law was stronger than he. Up to now the defendant had borne a good character, and the severest sen. tence that could be passed upon him, was for him to lose that character. The decision of the court was that he should be sentenced to 14 days' imprisonment, and be (the Chairman), hoped that defendant would be permitted to return to his situation. It was quite time that people should understandÃ¡that steal- ing wood was an offence, and an offence which should be stopped.
ST. ASAPH. ST. ASAPH RURAL SANITARY AUTHoBITY.-Dr J. Lloyd Roberts, Medical Officer of Health, has just issued his annual report. It, as usual, deals ex- haustively, clearly and faithfully, with tho sanitary condition of every district included with the district of the Authority and is accompanied with valu- able and useful statistics and tabular statements. The ofteer states that "there has been less sickness in the community generally." The births were fewer than during the previous 3 ear, and are the smallest number registered during all the years of administration of this district. In spite of this interesting fact, the author maintains that with an excess of six births over deaths in each 1000 of the population, the natural increase in the popula- tion is satisfactorily maintained." The deaths were also fewer than during the previous year, and I indeed, than during any previously recorded year as against a birth-rate of 21-9 per 1000, the death- rate is 16"2. The death-rate of infants was a tri- :de higher. "WESTWARD Hot "-Last week, Mr Robert Owen Williams, Ty Cerrig, and JDnvid Thomas, Maea Elwy, started across the Atlantic, and the former week we understand that no less than twelve persons departed for Nkanza City from the neigh- bourhood of Bodelwyddan, namely Messrs William and Isaac Conway, Glascoed David and Thomas Roberts, Ty Main Thomas Williams, Lodge, with wife and four children H. J. Thomas, and John Groom. We are informed that the Rev. Mr Will. iams, the Vicarage, treated them very kindly before they went by entertaining them all to a substantial breakfast at the Vicarage, afterwards to a service at the Church, conducted by the Rev. DanielEvans, Cefn. The Vicar also supplied conveyances to take them to Rhuddlan station, and Mrs Williams also occupied herself in carefully addressing their boxes. SUNDAY SCHOOL EXAMINATION.â€”A scriptural ex- amination in connection with the Vale of Clwyd Calvinistic Methodist Monthly Meeting, was held at Gemig Chapel on Monday evening, when about two dozen sat for competition. It wt,8 superintended by Messrs R. Morris, Hendre, Moses Evans, Tref- nant, and M. Roberts, Manchester House. UNIVEBSITY COLLEGE, ABERyaxwX H.-A largely attended meeting was held at St. Asaph on-Tuesday evening, the object being to obtain funds for the restoration of the above college, which was partially destroyed by fire about two years ago. The cost of rebuilding is estimated at Â£ 25,000, of which Â£1 O,OQO is recovered from insurances, leaving L15,000 to be obtained in the Principality. Towardd this sum, Mr Davies, Llandinam, has promised, conditionally a handsome sum; Mr Stuart Rendel, Â£ 500; and Sir Watcyn Wynn, JE200. Gratifying promises have also been obtained from several of the larger Welsh towns, and the movement is being taken up with great intercsl. by all classes in North Wales. The chair was occupied by the Dean of St. Asaph (the Very Rev. H. A. James.) The Rev. Charles Edwards (principal of the College), having traoed its history, Dr. Easterby, Sf. Asaph, proposed a resolution sympathising with the College Council in their trials, and expressing a hope that the friends of higher education would do their utmost to assist the restoration fuud.-The resolution was seconded and carried, and a local committee was appointed to obtdin subscriptions.
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GWAENYSGOR. A VESTRY ^MEETING was held at the above place, on March 23rd at. 7 p.m., whon Mr William Hnghes, Bryn-y-ffynnon, I.Nk the chair. It was unanimously resolved that the Vestry Dlerk be authorised to inquire of th Commist.oners of Taxes how it was that the parish bad to pay three times as much as the next parish of Land Tax, when the rate- able value was only half the amount of the said parish.â€”2nd, That the Overseers pro oeed to make a new valuation list of the whole parish.â€”3rd, That the following rate- payers be nominated to serve as Overseers for the eusoing year:â€”Messrs. John Price, Teilia William Hughes, Bryn-y-ffynnon; and Williams, Hafod.-4, That Mr Ellis Bryniau Farm, be waywarden.-5, That Mr Roberts, Ty'n y Caeau, be nominated Guardian. â€”Thanks were returned to be different offi- cers for their faithful services during the past year.â€”The list of paupers came under consideration.â€”Great complaints were uttered about the roads. It was announced that nearly;923 were paid last year to the High- way Board, and a very small amount expended on the parish roads, and in connection with this it was reported that one individual saved Â£120 during one year, by having the tollgates free. The Vestry made a very strong protest that those who mostly used the roads ought to pay for extra traffic, and that the Highway Board should take this into their most serious consideration. Thanks were returned, and the vertry terminated.
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CONGREVE'S Work on CONSUMPTION Asthma, Chronic Bronchitis, ft other Chest Disease*, SIXPENCE (Post Free), from the Publisher, fUIOT 8TOCK, 62, Paternoster tew, London, EFT JUST PUBLIGNED, "W APPENDIX To the above Treatise, being a reprint of between Two and Three Hundred IRTERESTINfi & AUTHENTIC CASES egodea from those which have appeared in the Weekly Journals from 1881 to the present time. NOTES are appended to many of these eases which Drove the Curetobe "FINAL and PERMANENT." I This Appendix sent P08T FREE on application b tfm Author only, COOMBE LODGE, PECKHAM. 8.E, A.MOS'8 Sale of Boots and Shoes now going on. Great Bargains. WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, RHYL. MONEY. J^ Â£ ONEY JQENT JJR1VATELY. STRICTEST CONFIDENCE OBSERVED. WITH OR WITHOUT SURITIES. ON BORROWERS OWN UNDERTAKING. NOTES OF HAND ALONE-NO BILLS OF SALE. TO ALL RESPECTABLE HOUSE- I HOLDERS. FAIR TREATMENT AND EVERY CONSIDERATION. NUMEROUS BORROWERS HAVE APPROVED AND BENEFITTED. 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FOR the Self-treatment of Nervous and Functional Ailments, induced by Over Work, Worry, Excesses, and other enervating influences, and their Associated Evils, by the THE NEW LOCAL TREATMEN1 A boon to all desiring I self-cure' wit out recourse to physic or the familb doctor. -Medical Review. A country parson writes thus: 'Your Guide has cured myself and many parishoners.' SUFFERERS should procure this handy Referee on Nervous ailments, and thu void doctor's bills and objectionabl medicines â€”â€” MEDICAL ADVISER WONDERFUL MEDiCIWE. S E EC HAM'S PILIAS â€¢ 'uÂ»ivei>allv admitted to be worth a Guinea a Box Â»or r.itious and Nervous Disorders, such as Wind and-Painlin â– hp Stomach, Sick Headache, Ciiddines*, Fulness and Swelling iJtor Ileitis, Dizziness and Drowsiness, Coid Chills, Flushinge-of feat, Lo., of Appetite, Shortness of Breath, Gostivetiess, Sourvy "nt lilotches on tho Skin, Disturbed Steep, Vrightful Dreams, â– â€¢nd tll Nervous and Trembling Sensatiuns,.&e. The first does rill "in- relief in twenty minutes. J'lvery sufferer is earnestly m ireil to try one Box of these Pills, and they will be aoknow- to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX.' For females of all ages these PiHs are invaluable, an a few of them carry off all humours, and bring about all that is fquued. No female should be without them. Thepe is no ncutcine to be found equal to Beecham's for removing any ruction or irregularity of the system. Ifituken accordsmg to iroctioiiK ;;ivcn with each box, they will soon, restore-fenafes of 1 ^es to sound and robust health. This ban been proved by â€¢nu ands who have tried them, and foundithe benefits which â€¢re ensured bv their use. T ,-W'-ANSTOM^C, ImPajred Digestion; and all Disorders r.. act like mitgic, and a few doses will-be- found most important organs in the hamau he 8 rei.'Rhc" tho whole muscular system, restore Vn rm,sr ,^mPleX10n' burinR back "keen edge of appetfte, vsic" ener^nfM,Â°\Wlth rosebud of: health the whole, â€¢oiitin mil* ht v hui"an frame- These-are FACTS testified-! ^t â€¢Â»!, irRn tee* to The v clasBes of society, and one Of'the: >r'r f t/ j.rtrw',1 r Nervous and Debilitated is, BEECWAM'8' ILLS haic tn, Largett Sale of any Patent Medicine in, the KEECHAM'S MAGIC COUGH. PILLS. ^h^^S5S Â£ JKI&Â«SS! Â»"} Â£ ? â– ret, best ever oScrcd to the public and will .Sjremw, aat LÂ»nse of oppression and difficulty of* breathâ„¢* lightly deprive the patient of rest Lrt 8 :S!r' ^CHAM'S COUGH PILLS a tHai, anlffi SÂ°" will m a short time be removed. wtent. Prepared only, and Sold Wholesale and RetaiL hv ,net.Â»r, Thomas Beecham, St. Helens, Lancashire7 Â£ Is. l^d. and 2s. 9d. each. |old by al! 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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- matic affections. See that the words Brown'- Bronchial Troches'' are on the Government Stamp around each box.â€”Prepared by JOHN I. BROWN and SONS, Boston, U.S., Europeandepot, 38, Farringdon Road, London. The Charges foi advertising in the EHYL RBCOBI AND ADVEETISEB are regulated by the following eoale per line:- s. d. Religious and charitable.Societies.. 0 2 Entertainments, &c 0 3 Sales by Auction 0 4 Public Notices .< 0 6 Legal Notices. 0 6 Parliamentary Notices 1 0 Trade Advertisements extending over a period specially contracted for. No Advertisements in the above class are charged at a less sum than 2s 6d. PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. 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Tlfte cleansing properties of these Pills soon produce < lesederful change in the constitution, removing all excess of headache, palpitation, pains after eating, and giddiness. I restore the appetite, clear the complexion, and improve tb PaeaI health. 14Tke Mother's Friend. Females' Specifics. XlWfvMother of n Family should know the value of these ftls in nmoVÃŹni all accumulations and restoring suspended of 1 jNiiailed secretions; at various critical periods of female Ii, are useful beyond measure; they can be taken safely by | Jlatales of all ages, and are invaluable in all children's â€¢onplaists. Pciatica, Lumbago, and Obstructions of the Kidneys. J it feese PiUs be taken regularly every night, fit strict accordance with the printed directions; the most obstinate cases willlOOD yield, the secretion from the kidneys will become clear and limpid; no function of the body should be more carefully watched; most serious consequences ensue from neglect in this lawl Debilitated Constitutions, Trem- blings, and Loss of Nervous Energy. These PiUs are unsurpassed as Nervine Tonics they correct ail irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically on the functions of digestion, that the whole body is revived, the blocd is purified, and the muscles become firmer and stronger; therefore sufferers from Nervous Weakness i# â€¢rery form should give them a fair and honest trial. Is Sold at- THOMAS HOLLOWATH' Estabiishmen at 'I'Roxks HOLLOWA.Yg' E e 7*, New Oxford St. (late 83, Oxford St.) London als') by nearly every respectable vendor of Medicine throughout the Civilized World. lull printed directions are affixed to each Pot and Box, and can be had in any language N.B.â€”Advice Gratis, at the above address daiy between the hours of 11 and 4, or by letttr L I V EIP 010 L THl" LEADING DAY HOTEL AND RESL-AVIRANT IPJthe "BEAR"S PAW," 58, LORD STBSBT. LADIES', also LADIEs' and GENTLEMEN'S DINING RooMs. Lavatories. ChoicefiCCuioiue. Finest Brandslof Wines, Spiritp, and Oiprs. JOHN COBHASI, Proprietor. Telephone No. 542. T. J. FLITCHES, Manager. ACCOMMODATION for PARTIES from 20 to 200 I ROBERT JOLLEY, PLUMBER, GLAZIER, AND GASFITTER, 67, VALE ROAD, RHYL. Baths, &c., fixed. Hot and Cold Water Engineering. Estimates given, and Personal supervision of all Work. -Who t-,uffe-r from NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST VIGOTTB, Ex- TO HAUSTED VITALITY, KIDNEY DIS- yr-rji XT EAaE8Â» &c. A Treatise explaining 1VI Hi l\ the renowned MABSTON treatment, by local absorption, the only positive cure without Stomach Medicines, will be sent in plain envelope sealed for threo stamps.â€”THE MABSTOV REMEDY Co., 249j, High Holborn, London. Just Published, for Two Stamps, By J. A.BARNES, M.D. (U.S.), a Treatise,entitled "HOW TO ENSURE HEALTH," ON the Laws Governing Life, and the Causes, Symptons, and Treatment of all diseases de- pending on Nervous Debility, Mental and Physical Depression, Palpitation of the heart, Noises in the head and Ears, Impaired Sight and Memory, In- digestion, Prostration, Lassitude, &c. Sent post free on receipt of two stamps. Address- J. A. BARNES, M.D. (U.S.), 48, Lonsdale Square, Thornhill Road. London N. List of Names of some of the Medical Men who "have sent Testimonials (unsolicited) for < COLEMAN'S LIEBIG'S EXTRACT OF MEAT & MALT WINE, (Over one thousand have been received from Medical Men), Which is a Delicious Beverage and Tonic made from Port Wine, Liebig's Extract of Meat and Extract of fllalt; Nutritious, Strengthening, Stimulating, Flesh-Forming, and Health-restoring suitable for the Robust in Health as well as the Invalid. Allen M., M.D., Deputy-Inspector. General Hos- pitals, } ,ondon AUbutt H. A., L.S. Ap., M.B., Leeds Alderson 14. H M.R.C.S., Hammersmith, London Arthur J., L.R.C.P., Wingate, Ferry Hill Adcock H., M.R.C.S., Bermondsey, S.E. Abbott J., L.D.S., R.C.S., F.S.S., Exeter Barford J. G., M.R.C.S., Workingham, Berks Bernard C. J., L.A.P., Skegness, Lincolnshire Bouffiu A., M.D., 18, Portland Place, London, W. Bryan J., M.D., F.R.C.S., 36, May Fair, North- ampton Boulton W. W., M.R.C.S., L.A.C., Beverley Burkett, J. C. C., M.D., Mast. Surg., Whitwick, Leicester Barnes J., X.R.C.S., Birmingham Browne E., L.R.C.P., Puckeridge, Herts Bourne T., M.D., Tennyson Cottage, Mablethorpe Burke J. P., M.D., Claremorris, Co. Mayo Burke J. P., M.D., Abbey View, Killaloe, Co. Clare Burger F. 0., M.D., Fethard, Clonmel, Ireland Beoant W. H., L. R. C, P., Clarendon House, Whitley Burton T. C., M.D., Rossbeg, Westport, Co. Mayo Bernard W., M.D., 14, Queen Street, Londonderry Beilby G. T. M.D., Morningside, Edinburgh Bateley R. G., L.S., Ap., Gorleston, Gt. Yarmouth Bunting J., N.R.C.S., York House, Tottenham Bannister J. H., M.R.C.S., 1. Rnssell Square, London, W.C. Broom J., M.D., St. Paul's R.-taa, Clifton, Bristol Beadles J., M.D., New Southgate, London, N Connolly W. P., L.R.C.P., Bruff, Co. Limeoick Charlton A., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Brabourne, Aabford Cox W. L., M.R.C.S., Hope.say, Ashton-on-Culum Colston J., L.6.A., Eckington, near Chesterfield Cooper W. R., L.R.C.S., 3, Agincomf. Villas, Norbiton Charpentier A. E. L., M.B., Uxbiitlore Cunningham A. G., M.B., C.M., Stapleton Road, Bristol Cheyne R. R., F.R.C.S., 27, Nottingham Place, London, W. Churchill A. H., M.R.C.S., Walton-on-tbe- Hill Callonder J., M.C., Auldgirth, Dumfries, N.B. Combs J. W., M.R.C.S., Burwash, "Hurst Green Cochrane G., M.R.C.S., Wickham Market Deely W. B., L.R.C.S., Tvrrell s Pats, Co. Galway Davies D. R., M.B., L R.O.P., Aberystwith Donaldson J., M.D., L.R.S.S., Mobzi, one, Fethard Draper H., M.D., Churchfield, Newport Davison J., K.Q.C.P., Ballinakill, Queen's Co. Edmunds E., L.R.C.P., Glanaber. Llanfyllin Ensor J. A., M.R.C.S., Tisbury, Wilts Evans S. L.B.C.P,, M.R.C.S., 27, West Street, Harwich Ellerton, F. C. G., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.S., Leamington Ellis R., F.R.C.S., 100, Rye Hill, Newcastle-on- Tyne Ewens J., L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Bristol Emys-Jones A., M.D., 10, St. John's Street, Man- chester Ferguson J.M., L.F.P.S., Partick, Glasgow Fendick R., M.R.C.S., Clifton,.Bristol Foster P., M.D., 11, Park Place, Leeds Foot C. G., M.D., L.R.C.S., Tallow, Co. Wexford Freeman J., M.D., Edgbaston, Birmingham Fenny J., M.R.C., Folton Villa, Chester. le-Stseet Green J. L., M.R C.S., Harcoart Ter., Salisbury Gibson H. C. M., M.R C.S., Ilchester Gourley S., M.D., L.R.C.P., West Hartlepool Gamble B., L.R.C.S., Enniskillen, Co. FarmanMt Gill C. E.F., M.D., Folkestoue, Kent Hayes A., K.Q.C.P., Woodhouse, near Hull Hollingworth J., M.R.C.S., Holderness Road, Hull Harvey T., M.R.C.S., 6, Montague Place, Poplar, E HotegoodS., M.R.C.S., M.D., Swinton, Manchester Howe J., M.R.C.S., Marple, near Stockport Hughes R., M.R.C.S., 41, High Street, Bala Hawkes A. E., M.D., L.R.C.P., Liverpool Holderness W. B., M.R.C.S., 15, Park St., Windsor Hodgson W., M.R.C.S., Aspatria, Cumberland Hargreaves M. K., M.D., Wellington House, Leeds Holland L., M.D., Newcaatle-on-Tyne Holden J. S., M.D., Sudbury, Suffolk Hovell T. M., M.R.C.S., Clapham, Middlesex Hele N. F., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., Aldeburgh, Suffolk James J. B., M.R.C.S., Bermondsey, S.E. Kernot G. S., M.D., 9, Elphinstone Road, Hastings King R., M.R.C.S., Linton Villas, Uxbridge Murray W., M.B., Mast. Surg., Staplehill, Bristol Malton E. H., M.R.C.S., L.S.A., London Meshin W. J., M.D., Sutton, Ely, Cambs. Macdonald J. E., Physician and Surgeon, Millfield Marshall J., M.R.C.S., Whickford, Essex Masters J., L.D.S., L.D., F.P.S., Manchester Maokay H., M.D., L.S.A.L., Normanton, Derby Maleolmson J. A., M.D., Middlesborough Moore T., F.R.C.S., 6, Lee Terrace, Blaokheath, S.E Martin W. B., L.R.C.S., Stoke, Davenport Miltum F. L., M.D., 43, Claremont Sq., London Morgan 8., M.D., 15, Orkfield Rd., Clifton, Bristol Odell, Thomas, M.R.C.S., Hertford Pope J. A., L.R.O.S.. 102, Upper Rathmines. Dublin i. Powell B. C., M.D., Parkmoor, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary Resident Medical Officer, Homeopathie Dispensary, Bath Roberts A., M.R.C.S., 85, Skipton Road, Keighley Rawle F., M.R.C.S., Titchfield, Hauts Richardson A., M.R.C.S., 143, Goldhawk Road. Shepherd's Bush Smith W. G., M.D., Gteenhill, Weymouth, Dorset Swanwiok E.M., M.R.C.S., &o., West Hartlepool Spratt E., Consulting Physician to the Corps of Commissioners, &c., 54, Brook Street, Grosvenor Square, London. W. Saunders G., M.D., London Medl. Mission Street, Giles', London Spackman F. B., M.R.C.S., M.D., Harpenden, Kent 8lesser C., M.D., Bramley, Leeds Samuel W., B.A., M.R.C.S., Pontardawe, Gla- morgan Sandford H. V., M.D., L.R.C.P., Hereford Sheldon, E.M., M.R.C.S., 223 Boundary Street, Liverpool Shaw R. J., L.R.C.P., Hnnslet, Leeds Smith R., M.R.C.S., Cobham, Surrey Sanders J. W., M.D., F.R.C.S., Bethnal Green Infirmary Tomkins A. W.. M.D., Newbold Ter., Leamington Tench E. B., M.R.O.S., 30, Walbrook City, London Woolerton E. G., L.R.C.S., Wendover, Bucks Whyte N. C., M.D., Ardcowan, Rathmines Winter W. J., M.D., Munroe Park, Lee, London,8.E' Weldon G., M.R.C.S., M.B., London, S.W. Westmoreland J., M.R.C.S., Cheetham, Man- cheater Wise B. S., M.B., M.R.C.S., Beech Lawn, Banbury Whittle G., M.A., M.D., M.R.C.P., Liverpool Williams, H. O., M.R.C.P., The Grange, Qrfeshill Watson W. 8., F.R.C.S., Cavendish Sq., Lon., W Westbrough R., M.D., Weebury on -Tyne Watson W., Medical Officer, St. Williams IJeves Hospital, Theobald House, Rochester Wright C. S. J., M.D.. HoHoway, London, N. 41 COLEK&H'S Liebig's Extract of Heat & BEalt Wine Is a Delicious Beverage and Tonic made from Port, Wine, liebig's Extract of Meat and Extract of Malt; Nutritious, Strengthening, Stimubttmg, Flesh-forming, and Bealth-reatoring; saatable for the Robust in Heaith as well as the Invalid. The following preparations are also confidently recom- mended by the Proprietors:â€” (Coleman's Liebig's Extract of Meat and Malt Wine, withQaimne. Â» ditto ditto qvft Pepoine., tt ditto ditto with Iron. Each kind is sold in Bottles, 2s. 9d. & 4s. 6d; eaeb; can.beoob- tuned of all Druggists, Wine Merchants, and Patent Medicine Vendors in the United Kingdom. Aak lot OOUMANtl, LIEBIG'S EXTBACT OF MEAT & BULT W-INE, and "SM that you get it." If there is any difficulty in getting tie Wine, write direet to the nuurafaetnrers who will forward Sample Pint Bottle free by Post on receipt of SSWAnp& vi Dozen f' "Bail 80s, 8ole Manafacturers, COLEMAN & Co., Limited, ST. NORWICH, & 3, NEW LOND-, LONDON, EiO. Can be obtained at all Messrs. SPH5ES<ift*BOR33*8 Hotels, Refreshment BufEets^and^Bara j OlE. BOX Of CLARKE" B 41 PILLS II warranted to cure all discharges from the Urinary Organs, in either sex (acquired or conititutional), Gravel, and Paina is the Back. Sold in Boxes, 4B. 6d. each. by all Chemists and Patent Medieine Vendon throughout the World; or sent to any address for 80 stamps by the Makers, TUII LracoLK UROTXIDLAIRO COUWTIKS DRUG COMPANY (late P. Z. OLARKB), UnoobL-Wbol"e Agents, BtBCTitT.fc son. to.d.m. and all the Wholesale Houses^ Printed, and Published by AMOS BROTHERS, lat their General Steam Printing Works, Sussex Street, Rhyl, in the Parish of Rhuddlan, County Flint, SATUBSAT, March 31, 1888.