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Flit Parish Church. THE NEW ORGAN Will, BE OPSNED, (D.V.) On Thursd y, January 7tn, 1864. THE SERMON in the Morning will be preached by THE VERY REVEREND THE DEAN OF ST. ASAPH, and in the Evening by THE REV. EDWARD SMART, M.A. Vicar of Henllan. Morning Service in English, at 11 30. Evening Service in Welsh at 7. FREDERICK GUNTON, ESQ., Organist of Chester Cathedral has kindly consented to preside at the Organ. The Services will be Choral, and the Church Choir will be assisted on the occasion by the members of THE FLINT CHORAL SOCIETY. A Collection in aid of the Organ Fund will be made at each service. To be Sold.âPrice .£660. A PLANTATION, COTTAGE, and PADDOCK, called PEN-Y-VRON' about three miles from Mold, and near Coed Du and Rhyd-y-mwyi Iron Works. The Property measures about Seventeen Acres. The Mineral belongs to the Lords of Mold. Apply to Ralph Richardson, Esq., C ran ford, Exmouth. WANTED. WANTED, several COLLECTORS for "tho Flint, Holywell, and Mostyn Districts of Tolls. AllPersona applying for the above will be required to pro iuce a written character for honesty, &c Apply to Mr. Lloyd, Greenfield, near Holywell. Horses aud Carriages for Hire. OLD ANTELOPE INN, WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. RICHARD ELLIS RESPECTFULLY intimates that his Posting Department is now replete; and excellent and safe Saddle and Harness Horses may at all times be had, together wit neat four-wheel'd and other Carriages. Charges strictly moderate. Excellent Accommodation for Travellers WILLIAM OWENS, Saddler & Harness Maker, WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL. WO. respectfully announces that he has just re- ceived a large assortment of Patent Enamelled Leather Leggings, and also Brown Tanned, of all sizes and patterns, suitable for Winter wear. HORSE CLOTHING of every variety -COMPLETE Leather Portmanteaus, Railway Wrappers, Waterproof Chaise Aprons, and Driving Capes, Single and Double Texture Mackintoshes, of the best ma- terial, made to order. BLACK SlljlCS- PATTERNS POST FREE. The Novelties for the Season are the DRAP DE LYON. DAUPHINOISE. DRAP DE FRANCE. GROS DE LONDRES. ARMURE. These new makes of Silks are superior to any yet introduced. They are RICH, BRILLIANT, OF SOFT FINISH, MAY BE RELIED ON FOR WEAR, Being imported direct from Lyons, they will be charged 20 PER CENT. UNDER REGULAR PRICES. GEORGE AND HENRY LEE, 22, 24, 26, BASNETT-STREET, LIVIMPOOT. WHEREAS The ECCLESIASTICAL COMMISSIONERS FOR ENGLAND, and The v v Reverend WILLIAM HICKS OWEN, of Rhyllon,"fc the County of Flint, V'car of the Parish of Tremeirchion, in the same County, being respectively in! ireeied under the provsions ot "The Acts for the Inclosure, Exchange and Improvement o" Lands," in 'eTitne Rent Cra- a and H sditamenta set forth in the Schedule hereunder written, with the Easeme: s ano Appurtrwces fiereurio lbelon-,irp and being desirous of effecting an Exchange of the sarre, have c:'e,.pplicat;oD, in writrnj, to vie Ir .ooure Commis- sioners for England and Wales, to direct enquV T whether suen proposed Exchange would be b eficial to the Owners of acb respective Tithe Rent Charges and Hereditaments, and to p-oceed with the same under the provisions of the said Acts. Now the Inolosu-e Commissioners for England and Walta, being of opinion that such Exchange would be beneficial, and that the terms thereof s j istand recs tab's, hereby give Notice Vt they will cause to be framed and confirmed, under the'r Hards and Sea), an Orfer of Exchange in the matter of the said application, unless notice, in writing, of d'ssent to the said propos d Exc>"V3e be ven to (hem by some person enitled to an Estate in, or to a charge upon, the said Tithe Rent Charges and Hereditaments or any part thereof, on or before the 9th day of April next. THE SCHEDULE TO WHICH THE FOREGOING' NOTICE REFERS. Tithe Rent Charge and Hereditaments in which the above-named Ecclesiastical Commissioners are interested, situate in the Parish of Dy- meirchion, otherwise Tremeirchion, in the County of Flint, and proposed to be exchanged for the Land and Hereditaments hereinafter spec-* 'ed. DESCRIPTION. Tithe Rent Charge, amounting to £101 19s. 7d., charged in the Instrument of Ti he Apportionment for the said Parish of Tremeirchion, on Lands be- longing to Mrs. Anne Elizabe 'i Allanson, The Right Honorable William Lew:, !)-d Dinorben, The Reverend Thomas Wynne Edwards, John Conway, Mrs. Lucy Hughes, The Reverend Ed- ward Hughes, Miss Mary Jones and Mrs. Browne, Thomas Lee, Esquire, The Honorable Edward Mostyn Lloyd Mostyn, David Pennant, Esquire, William Totty, Esquire, and John Williams respectively. -11 In Exchange for t ^L Tithe Rent Charge and Hereditaments in which the above-named William Qw-gn is i interested, situate In the Parish of Dymefroftron, » oc&erwise Tremeirchion, in the County of Flint, -IJt.nd proposed to be exchanged for the Land and Hereditaments hereinbefore opecie-4-A. 1 ⢠< tithe Rent Charge, amounting to 4101 19s. 7d., charged in the Instrument of Tithe Apportionment for the said Parish of Tremeirchion, on Lands be- longing to The Right Honorable Lord Mostyn, and Sir John Salusbury Piozzi Salusbury. f Witness my hand this 17th day of December, in the year of our Lord One thousand eight hundred and sixty-three. H. PYNE, By Order of the Board. RAW BONE AND NITROPHOSPHATE MANURES, for grass, wheat; c., c. D A V I DBA I I LIE AND Co.. WAVERTON MANURE WORKS, CHESTER, HAVING arranged with Mr. OWEN JONPs to act as their Agent for the Holywell District, would respect- JL-L fully solicit from the Landowners and Tenant Farmers, a share of their orders. The Bones and Manufactured Manures are pure and of first-class quality. Samples, Price Lists, &c., may be had on application to- Mr OWEN JONES, Panton Place, Holywell MUSICAL CIRCULATING AND PRESENTATION LIBRARY, ON THE LONDON PRINCIPLES. Two Guineas per year, (for shorter periods in proportion); entitling the Subscriber to MUSIC to X the amount of one half of the subscription. FXJI.L PA.KTICTTLAR8 ON APPLICATION TO BOUCKER & CO, 27, B RID OK STREET ROW. THE NEWEST MUSIC RECEIVED DAILY FROM LONDON. lialf Price for Cash; including the NEW OPERAS OF BIANEA, QUEEN TOPAZE, ROBIN HOOD, ETC., ETC., NRW ND SECOXD-HWD PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, Ac., In every variety, for Sale or Hire. INSTRUMENTS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE. FIFTH ANNUAL REPORT. OF THE COMMITTEE OF Tr ⢠HOLYWELL LITERARY INSTITUTE, 28TH DECEMBER, 1863. I^HE Committee in laying before the Members the Fifth Annual Report, regret that they must shew a deficit of Three Shillings and Three P^nce out of the past Year's Receipts, but state that it is o *ing to their anxiety to increase the Literary resources of the Institute, and make it more attractive. The Committees of former years have been laying up the several Balances for a Reserve Fund in case of eme" ;cncy, and by this means the Improvements and Repairs for the past year have been met. The Committee acknowledge with thanklulness the liberality and continued support of the President, Vi-jo President, and Honorary Members. f. ogn ehJtlt, sq., treasurer, in fUroiwt foitlj IMgfoell ITittrarg Institute. â¬x. 1863. To Subscriptions:â ;C P. d. £ s. d. Two Subscribers @ £ 5 Os. 10 0 0 One do. 13 3s. 3 3 0 One do. XO 17s. 0 17 0 Thirty-eight do. 10 12s 22 16 0 One do. YO 7a. 0 7 0 Two do. dBO 6s. 0 12 0 One do. jEO 5s. 0 5 0 Three do. to 3s. 0 9 0 One do. 1862 jBO 12s.0 12 0 39 1 0 To Amount Received Sale of Newspapers 6 17 7 Treasurer of Book Club 0 10 6 Stranger's Pence 0 9 5 Petty Cash 0 2 2 Error in former year 0 2 8 Balance. 0 3 3 £46 6 7 1863. By PaYlmts £ s d. British Gas Company 4 3 J1 Newspapers, Periodicals, &c.- C. Montgomery. 16 5 6 S. Bayloy 0 \6 0 Davies and Son 4 1-5 9 P. M. Evans 318 3 1tent 9 0 3 Coals. 1 17 11 Carriage of Newspapers I 016 0 Petty Cash 2 0 0 Cheque Book 0 2 0 Hughes and Sister, Candles, &c. 212 0 t46 6 7 =1 IRE S E R V E FUN D. To Balance 12 18 3 12 18 3. JB12183 Holywell, 28th December, 1863. Repairs and Improvements 212 1 Balance in hand 10 6 2 112 Is 3 WE, toe undersigned, having examined the above Accounts, with the relative vouchers, find them to be correct, and the Balances in favour of and against the Treasurer respectively to be as stated above. 4- J. V. HARRISON. JOSEPH GARNER. As it will enable the Committee to economize the iunds of the Institute by paying in advance for the Papers and Periodicals, an early payment of Subscriptions is earnestly solicited. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY. FREEHOLD PROPERTY in CALCOT, near J- Holywell, consisting of THREE COTTAGES GARDENS, OUTBUILDINGS, and a small FIELD. âHalf the Money can be left on Mortgage. Apply to E. S. Barker, Grocer, Holywell. MATRIMONY .-Persons of either sex (age, m position, or appearance immaterial) desirous of marrying, may have their wishes speedily complied with, by sending stamped directed envelope to the undersigned, who will forward particulars bf a secret, by the possession of which any one can gain tie devoted affbotiona of as many of the opposite sex as he THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1861. In the County Court of Flintshire, holden at Holywfcll, in the Matter of John Jones, now and for the last six months past of HolyweU, in the County of Flint, Bookkeeper and Cowkeeper, WHEREAS at a public sitting of the said County Court, held on the Fifth day of December, 1863, the Court granted an order of disebage- to the ..d Bankrupt, Notice is hereby given that an order of discharge will be drawu up and delivered to the add Bankrupt after the expiration of thirty days from this date, unless in the mean time an appeal be duly entered against the granting thereof. f (Signed) (SAMUEL WILLIAMSON. x' ? TO BE LET, AND entered upon December 31st, 1863, all that HOUSE AND SHOP, in Well-street, Holywell, heretofore occupied by the widow of the late Mr. Robert Winstanley, watchmaker. Apply to Mr. Hugh Williams, Bagillt-street, Holywell. j JOSEPH THORLEY, CATTLE CONDIMENT MANUFAC- i TURER,âinventor of THORLBY'S FOOD FOR CATTLE, a Delicious Condiment for Seasoning the usual produce of the Farm, and converting the commonest of Hay and Straw into a superior Provender, 224 per Ton of 20 Barrels, and E12 per Half-Ton, JE6 per Quarter-Ton. Single Barrels,30s. Halves, 15s., and Quarters, 7s. 6d. Retail Depot, 145, Fleet-street, city. Post Office Orders to be made payable to JOSEPH THORLEY, Steam Mills, Thornhill Bridge, Caledonian Road, King's Cross, London. N.B.âThe above quotations are the very lowest that this spiey Condiment can be honestly Manufactured for, and therefore the price will never again be reduced. TO GUARD AGAINST FRAUD and IMPOSITION in the Sale of THORLKY'S DELICIOUS CONDIMENT, a "Half-pint earthenware Measure is contained in each Barrel, with the Inventor's Signature Joseph Thorley 11 burnt thereon. None genuine without it, and to imitate is felony, Read the Discus- sion on this Condiment, held in Hanover Square Rooms, and judge for yourselves how its opponents were put iaous DE com. BAT,âone an Oil Cake Dealer, the other a Veterinary Surgeon. May be had Free on application. PENNY PACKETS of THORLEY'S Delicious CONDIMENT may now be had at the Retail Depot, 145, Fleet-street, city and of all respectable Grocers, Druggists, and Oilmen, in Town and Country. Each packet has the Inventor's Signature engraved thereon, and none genuine without it. Cases contain- ing 448 packets, 34s. Half-cases, 17s. Quarter-casec, 8s. 6d., free to rail. Steam Mills, Thornhill Bridge, King's Cross, London. N.D.-TizoRLzyls CONDIMENTAL FEEDING MEAL, a Flavour- ed Compound, 118. per Cwt., bag included, is superior to all other Cattle Foods in the Market, some of which are charged double the price. HOLYWELL. A CHRISTMAS-TREE. IT is proposed by the Teachers of the HOLYWELL CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL, and by other Friends, who have taken a kino interest in the matter, to furnish a CHRISTMAS-TREE at the approaching festive season with the view of raising the requisite funds for the purchase of a HARMONIUM for St. WENEFKEDE'S CHAPEL, to be used in the Lunday- school, at the Wednesday Evening Services, and upon other occasions, as required. The co-operation of all, who may be disposed to help, is invited:; and contributions of work and fancy articles for sale will be thankfully received rt the Vicarage, and by Miss E. LEIGH, High street, and W 'ss M. WILLIAMS, Well street, if sent on or* before SATURDAY, the 2nd January 1864. The Tree will be exhibited in the Chapel on Tuesday next, January 6th, from 12 to 3 o'clock, and from 5 to 8 o, in on There will also be a second exhibition of it on Wednesday, January 6th, from 4 to 8 o'clock, p.m, The charge for admission-Threepence. GRAND CONCERT, Under the Patronage of The Rev. Canon Jones, Vicar of HolyweU. MR. J. M. FIELD, Professor of Music, Organist and Choir Master of the Parish Church, Holywell, Begs respectfully to inform the inhabitants of Holywell and its Neighbourhood, that he has engaged the BLACKBURN ORPHEUS GLEE & MADRIGAL UNION To give a GRAND CONCERT in the ASSEMBLY ROOM, ROYAL AXD WHITB HORSE HOTEL, HOLYWELL, On THURSDAY, the 14th day of JANUARY, 1864. ⢠The above Union consists of the following eminent VOCALISTS :â MISS CAFFREY, MESSRS. TOWERS, BIRKETT" AND BARON. PIANIST,-MR. JOSEPH M. FIELD. FLUTIST,âMR. JOHN T. FIELD, (Late one of Dr. Mark's Company of "Little Men." AdmissionâReserved Seate, 2s.6d.; Second do., ls.6d.; Third do., Is., to be had of Mr. FIELD, Claremont Cottage, Holywell, at the Printers, or at the Doors on the night of the Concert. Doors open at halfpast 7, Concert to commence at 8 o'clock. Carriages quarter-past 10. ESTABLISHED, 1826. THOMAS VICKERS' NITROGENIEED BONE, BLOOD, AND ANIMAL CHARCOAL MANURES, WORKS:âSANDBACII, CREWE, CHESHIRE; IIAZLEHKAD, MiNISTONE, near OONCASTER and MANCHESTER BONE MILLS. For further particulars and list of prices apply to MR. THOS. ASTBURY,GALCIK>G, NOUTHOP, FLINFS; Agent for North Wales. All Goods delivered Carriage Paid, in If cwt.. bags EDWARDS & ROBERTS, Wholesalend Retail Timber Merchants, HOLYWELL. EVERY description of British and Fore.gn Timber J Boards, Planks, Laths, Felloes, Coffin -b(..q -,ds. &c. &c., always in stock. Alto, BRICKS, c. YARDS:âDee Bank, BAGILLT, and Halkyn ct., HOLYWELL. Timber valuations correctly made. SIR J. MURRAY'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA is recommended by Physicians siuce 1807, for Bile, Acidities, and Ittdigestion. -They also order hi* Cordial Cauiph.ir (3 grs. per oz.) as the best restorative for weak neries, or low fevet-s-His Lemon Syrup mixed with either Fluid, forms a brisk Aperient for any ageâbottles Is. and 2s. 6rl.-To guard against false liquids, the Patentee's labels are subscribed "Sir J. Murray, Physician to the Lord Lieut." Agent Holywell-MR. ROBERTS, CHEMIST. NORWICH UNION Fire Insurance Society, Instituted 1821. Capital, £ 550,000. DIRECTORS. Cirls. EVANS, Esq., Chancellor of the Diocese of Norwich,â PRESIDENT. EDWARD STEWARD, Esq., VICE-PRESIDENTS. George Durrant, Esq. Robert J. Harvey IIarvey,Esq. Henry S. Pateson, Esq. Henry Brown, Esq. Wales Cristopher Hotson, Esq. Charles Edward 'fuck, I'.sq. Donald Dalrymple, r.eq.,M.D. William Robert Clarke, Esq. George Edward Simpson, Esq. Colonel James Cockburu. Colonel James Cockburn. SECRETARYâ SIB SAMUEL BIGNOLD, Knt., Surrey-street, Norwich. Persons insured with this Institution are free from all responsibility, the Capital above being guaranteed by a numerous and wealthy Proprietary. The Rates ate the same as at other offices, whilst Periodical Returns are made to the parties insured. In proof of the public confidence in the principles and conduct of this Establishment, it will suffice to state that the business now exceeds £ 70,000,000. Insurers, whose Premiums are due at Christmas, are reminded that payment should be made 15 days of that date. Agents for the County- BOLYWELL-MR. THOMAS WINTER. MOLD-MR. THOMAS E. BIRCH. MICHAEL PARRY, Wholesale and Retail, TIMBER MERCHANT, c, FLINT, HAVING now discharged a PRIME CARGO of very superior Timber, consisting of ELM RED and YELLOW PINE, BALKS, with PLANKS and LATHWOOD, &c., respectfully solicits orders for the same, which shall be immediately attended to, upon the most moderate terms. M. P. has also constantly in stock very superior OAK Timber, Slates, Laths, Boards, and other build- ing materia. G. LINDSEY, PORK, POULTRY, GAME, AND DAIRY PROVISION SALESMAN, No. 10, Skinners' Place, LeadenhaU Market, LONDON, RESPECTFULLY solicits consignments, and to assure those who may favor him with goods for sale, that by strict attention and prompt xeturns, to merit confidence, and give satisfaction. COUNTY OF FLINT. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the General Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the county of Flint, will be held by Adjournment at the County HaU, in Mold, on WEDNBSDAY, the sixth day of January next, at eleven o'clock in the fprenoon, when all business relating to the assessment, application, or management of the County and Police Rates will commence. AND NOTICE IS ALSO GIVEN, that the next General Quarter Sessions of the Peace will be held at the County Hall aforesaid, on THURSDAY, the seventh day of January next, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, when all business relating to the assessment, application, or management of the County and Police Rates will commence at noon of the same day. All depositions and instructions for indictments must be sent to my Office in Mold, if practicable, six days before the said General Quarter Sessions. A. T. ROBERTS, Clerk of the Peace. Mold, December 10, 1863. EDUCATION. Hope Cottage, Pen-y-maes, HOLYWELL, FLINTSHIRE. MRS. ASTLE RESPECTFULLY announces that the duties of her establisnment will be resumed after the Christmas Vacation, on Monday the 25th January, 1864. Terms, Q0, may be had on application. Jan. 1st, 1864. BRYNFORD HOUSE Grammar and Commercial School, HOLYWELL. MR. COLE BEGS to intimate that the School will be Re-opened on Monday the 25th of January 1864. Prospectus &c., on application. Jan. 1st, 1864. PERTH YTERFYN COTTAGE, Boarding and Day School. HOLYWELL. MRS. M. VICKERS RESPECTFULLY announces that her School will be Re-opened on M-nday, the 25th of January 1864. ",¡,t Chapel Street, Holywell, THE MISSES JONES' BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. WILL be Re-opened on Wednesday, the 20th, day of January, 1864. Jan. 1st, 1864. CLAREMOMT COTTAGE, HOLYWELL. MRS. THOMAS JONES begs respectfully to intimate that her School will be re-opened on the 18th JANUARY instant. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, GREENFIELD LODGE, HOLYWELL. 'PHE MISSES SWINDELLS beg to intimate that x the duties of their School will be resumed January 25th, 1864. 3 MR. J. M. FIELD, Professor of Music, and Organist of the Parish Church, HOLYWELL, respectfully to intimate that he receives Pupils for the Pianoforte, Organ, and Harmodhim. Terms on application. J. M. F. also wishes to announce that he has opened an Agency, in connection with his father's establish- ment at Blackburn, for the sale of Pianofortes, Harmoniums, Sheet Music, and every other Article connected with the Music Trade, and solicits an inspection. Sheet Music at Half-price. Pianos repaired and tuned by the year, or otherwise. CLAREMONT COTTAGE, Holywell, Oct. 21st, 1863. LITERARY INSTITUTE, HOLYWELL. rPHE TIMES Newspaper to be sold twenty fonr ⢠A hours after receipt there. Apply to the Secretary at the Rooms. r THOMAS OWENS, Joiner, Builder, and Licensed Appraiser, WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, New and second-hand liamiture of every daâ cription always in Stock. Every description of Timber for building purposes, Laths, fire bricks, tiles &c.-also Coffin Boards, and an assortment of Carnarvonshire Grave Stones and Tombs. Also NOW ON SALE,âSpring and other small Carts, Phaeton and Harness, small Gig and ditto, and a miscellaneous assortment of useful articles. Water-closet and apparatus complete. Horec and Trap, for Hire. SLATES. ON SALE, at Llanerchymor Lead Works, near Holywell, a large assortment of SLATES of tbfe following qualities and sizes:â BEST BLUE. 22 in. by 12 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in. I STRIPED. 24 in. by 12 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 16 in. by 10 in. INFERIOR. 24 in. by 12 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 16 in. by 10 in. I 16 in, by 8 in. For further particulars and prices apply at the Office of the above Works, or to Mr. HENRY W> < LIAMS, Royal Hotel, Greenfield. WANTED. WANTED an APPRENTICE or IMPROVER to VT the General Drapery Trade. Apply to J. W. LLOYD, Draper. Cross-st., Holywell. RATS! RATS!! RATS! IMPORTANT & VALUABLE DISCOVERY. HARVEY'S method EXTERMINATES all the Kats on the Premises in ONE WEEK, without the use of Poisons, Traps, Dogs, or Ferrets, and ieavea No Dead Rats in the Holes, Simple in its operation, Trifling ln its expense, CERTAIN in its SUCCESS, permanent in its result. It has proved an IMMENSE BOON to hundreds oj Farmers; is INVALUABLE to all Persons whoso Lands or Premises are infested with these obnoxious and destructive Vermin; and is universally acknow- ledged to be the Greatest Success of the Day. Sent, post free, by the Inventor, on receipt of 30 Stampa Address-WILLIAM HARVEY, Wellington Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. I