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ON SALE-PRICE 22 2s., A LARGE, Handsome Black NEWFOUNDLAND DOG, five years old,âwell-trained and an excellent water day. Apply to Mr. LLOYD, Rhosesmor, Northop. To be Sold.âPrice £650. A PLANTATION, COTTAGE, and PADDOCK, called PEN-Y-VRON' about three miles from Mold, and near Coed Du and Rhyd-y-mwyn Iron Works. The Property measures about Seventeen Acres. The Mineral belongs to the Lords of Mold. Apply to Ralph Richardson, Esq., Cranford, Exmouth. Horses and 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 with 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. SLATES. ON SALE, at Llanerchymor Lead Works, near Holywell, a large assortment of SLATES of the following qualities and sizes:- BEST BLUE. STRIPED. INFERIOR. 22 in. by 12 in. 24 in. by 12 in. 24 in. by 12 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in.. 16 in. by 10 in. 16 in. by 10 in. 16 in, by 8 in. 16 in. by 10 in. 16 in. by 10 in. ⢠16 in, by 8 in. For further particulars and prices apply at the Office of the above Works, or to Mr. HENRY WILLIAMS, Royal Hotel, Greenfield. TO BE LET, AHODSEANTsH^r^aa^'MLSn'. heretofore occupied bv the widow of tb'o Mr' Robert Winstanley, watchmaker. Apply to Mr. Hugh Williams, Bagillt-street, Holywell. B Hi O I-C S I L IKS 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, LIVEEPOOL. HOLYWELL SAVINGS BANE, ESTABLISHED JANUM" 30th, 1818. QENERAL STATEMENT of the FUNDS of the INSTIlfeiON, for the Year ending November 20th, 1863 The Trustees of the Savings Bank tijbtablished at Holywell. DRS. §SR- CRS. CHARGE. ⢠R DISCHARqjE. CHARGE. ? DISCHARqjE. £ s. d. j £ s. d. £ s. d. £ s. d. To Balance on the 20th In 4tyear ending 20th November, 1863 November, 1862, viz :â By ^jpms actually paid to Principal and, Interest due Ijgpositors in Money, in- to 1024 Accounts, as per Interest, within last statement 31901 7 4 year ending 20th Surplus reserved to meet l^vember, 1863 5947 11 current expenses 40 9 10| By Sums actually paid for 31941 17 2| Management within the In the year ending 10th November, 1863 :â year, viz :â To sums received from Sectary or Actuary 105 0 0 Depositors within the Dit extra Services year ending 20th Nov- (vtixkigh<868iySe £ yeai') on ember, 1863 6467 2 6| Saturday Evenings. 660 To Interest on Monies Official Auditor 10 14 6 invested with the Com- Ground Rent and Taxes 14 6 5 missioners for the re- Insurance (loss returns, duction of the National 13s. Id.) 0 9 5 Debt, viz:â Ordinary Printing, Station- Receipt B, dated 21st May, ery, and Advertising 12 5 5 1863 500 13 10 Sundries, viz:âRepairs 0 12 7 Receipt B, dated 21st Nov- Postages and Miscellanies 53 81 ember, 1863 508 16 4 Coal and Gas 210 5 To Interest on Sums drawn Treasurer's Bankers (In- for by the Trustees upon terest and*Commission) 15 15 4 thecommissioners within Total Management 173 3 10 the said year 8 13 8 In the year ending 20th November, 1863 To Interest, per Treasurer's By Balance on the General Bankers 7 10 5 Account invested with To Rent, per Actuary 15 0 0 the Commissioners for To Sale of Books and State- the Reduction of the ments of Account 1 7 0 National Debt, including interest, on 20th Nov- ember, 1863 31821 15 4 By Cash in the hands of the Viscount Feilding, Treasurer, which fact is hereby certified by me, Edward Jones, agent to the said Viscount Feild- ihg, and a Manager of this Institution 608 10 9 32330 6 1 X38451 I 0 X38451 1 0 | ââââââââ The Balance on the 20th November, 1863, brought down, (fnd is composed as follows) £ 32330 6 I Due to £ s. d. 2 88 Depositors whose respective Balances on the 20th November, 1863, (including i«o TVIT t Interest,) did not excced £ luach.i 23 12 5 io7 were above £ 1 and not exceeding 5 each. 1 418 5 6h n I TV Were 6 5 and not exceeding 10 each, i 895 0 7i 97 Ditto were above 10 and not exceeding 15 each.i 1144 9 10 £ 68 Ditto were above 15 and not exceeding 20 each ..i 985 7 10| 107 Ditto were above 20 and not exceeding 30 each, i 2518 4 7| 96 Ditto were above 30 and not exceeding 40 each..jj." 3191 19 10 42 Ditto were above 40 and not exceeding 50 each. 1858 15 11| 83 Ditto were above 50 and not exceeding 75 each. j| 5067 17 0 35 Ditto were above 75 and not exceeding 100 each..3 ^^>(5 16 2 31 Ditto were above 100 and not exceeding 125 each..SL,. 3403 8 11^ 10 Ditto were above 125 and not exceeding 150 each .5^ 1382 15 4| 17 Ditto were above 150 and not exceeding 200 each. 2791 6 7 4 Ditto exceeding 200 664 957 Total number of Depositors X. ⢠27402 4 11 28 Charitable Societies k.. «' + 9 -*â * i- «iill»iHii i« 22 Friendly Societies 3383 4 2 '2 ( 1007 Total number of Accounts. otal Balances 32272 16 2- = f 32272 16 2 -t Surplus i 57 9 11 Amount reserved to meet current expenses, as direwd per 26 and 27 Vict., c. 87, s. 29 .t. 57 9 11 Witness our hands this Thirteenth day of January, 186f, PYERS MOSTYN, I THOMAS OWENS, 1 Two Trustees and Two Managers HUGH JONES, I EDWARD JONES| j of the said Savings Bank. Examined and certified correct:âJOHN JONES, Public Auditor. f JAMES WILLIAMS, Actuary. The Bank is open on Fridays only, between the liour4of Twelve and Three o'clock. The Pass Books are to be produced at the Office, at least once in every year, tcibe compared with the Ledgers, (pursuant to 26 and Z7 Victoria, c. 87). Depositors are therefore particularly Requested to bring or send them in for that purpose. N.B.âThe Trustees and Managers have directed that in addition to the ordinary business of the Bank, proposals may be received for the purchase of Government Annuities, either Immediate or Deferred, under the Act of 16 and 17 Victoria, cap. 45. j Penny Savings Bank having been established in many places with advantage to their respective localities, the recent Act will enable such Institutions to Pg>ce whole of their funds in Government Savings Banks, and thus to secure their safety. Charitable or. rondent Societies are by the same Act allowed a similar privilege. They were previously restricted to £100 in any one year, and not more than zC300 in the whole. â â JAMES WILLIAMS. Bank for Savings, Maes-y-dre, Holywell, January 13,4364. N.B.âDepositors may have a copy of the above Statement on payment of One Penny. r BENSON-S WATCHES AND CLOCKS. Perfection of Mechanism."âMorning lost. OPINIONS OF THE LONDON PRESS UPON BENSON'S GREAT CLOCK AND WATCHES. "As a sample of English clockwork a large scale,- the works of this are probably the finest finished that have ever been seen in this country. No Chronometer could be fitted with more perfect, or carefully-adjusted mech- anism.TIMES, June Ilth, 1862. "A triumph of ingenuity."âTELE- GRAPH, March 31st, 1862. "The entire finish is of the highest caste."âIJAII.Y NEWS, May 29, 18G2. "A more splendid and exquisitely-, finished piece of mechanisnj we have never seen."âSTAWDAto, June 17th, 1862. The largest and unmistakably the best finished clock in the Exhibition." -ENGINEER. Aug. 15, W62. "Some of them are oT great beauty; and if the English watch-trade only follow up with thv same spirit and success this first attempt to compete with foreigners in decorat've watches, there seems to be no reason why we should not get the trade entirel:y into our own hauds. TIMEB, June 23, 1862. ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR CHURCH AND TURRET CLOCKS. Watches Clocks, and Bronzes of ^very description, from thet plainest to the highest quality of which the Art is at p »e cap< ble, manuiactred from High-Art Designs by foglish, French, and Italian Artists of great celebrity. watcnes. Chronometer Duplex, Lever, Horizontal, Vertical, Minute, Half-quarter, and Q'tr. Repeaters, Independent and Plain Centre, Seconds, Keyless, Chronographs, Enamelled, Astronomical and Reversible Watches. From 200 Guineas to S3 3s. each. BENSON'S ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLET ON WATCnES (free by post for two stamps), contains a short History of Watch- making, with descriptions and prices. It acts as a guide in the purchase of Watch, and enables those who live in Scotland, Ire- land, Wales, the Colonies, India, or any part of the -orld to select a watch, and have It sent free and safe by post. A If iiiL 00, Clocks. Drawing-Room, Dining- room, Bed-room, Library, Hall, Staircase, Bracket, Carriage, Chime, Musif-al, Astronomical, Church, Turret, Stable, Railway, Post-office, Shop, Ware- house, Office or Countin-i house. From 1000 Guineas to 91 Is. each. BENSON'S ILLUSTRATED CLOCK ? PAMPHLET contains a full and carefully prepar- ed Price-list of every description of Clock and Time-piece, with a sh rt and interesting histc ry ,)1' the Art of cbckmakng. In it will be fouiu a great variety of patterns of Clocks suitable for all purposes, & it will be sent 1"\r\c:t_f'nu FNR TWN .TORN⢠t''W;IW' .l.V& "v "W.1.11O. BENSON'S ARGENTINE SILVER The MORNING HERALD, October 23rd, speaking of the Plate in the Exhibition, says, Mr. BENSON, who his a Medal forPlate exhibits some beautiful things." The Argentine is a composition possessing all the beauty ahd richness of colour of Silver with its durability, at a mere fraction of its cost. It is a compound of various metals with a heavy deposit of pure Silver, forming one hard, compact, white body. When the Argentine and the real Silver are placed side by side, he most skilful judge cannot distinguish between them, while its durability is so great that after many years' wear it remains Unaltered. During the last seventeen years it has been so well received by the Public, that its manufacture has been extended to all those articles usually made in Silver, viz. :-Spoons, Forks, Dinner, Tea, and Coffee Services, Waiters, Bread and Cake Baskets, Candelabra, Dishes of all kinds, Epergnes, Claret Jugs, &e. and which can be seen at the various Establishments of J. W. BKNSON, whose new Show Rooms contain an immense Assortment Medai was awarded to J. W. BENSON for excellence of manufacture of Argentine and Electro Plate. A Sample Spoon will be sent post-tree to any part of the Kingdom on receipt of 30 Stamps, & an elaborately Illustrated Catalogue containing 300 Engravings and Price-list of Argentine and Solid Silver Plate, ^ill be sent post-free on receipt of six stamps. J. W. BENSON'S BRANCH; ESTABLISHMENTS ARE 46, 47, and 63, CORNHILL. All Letters should-be addressed io the Principal Establishment,â 33, AND 34, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON. [ESTABLISHED 1749.] t. f k RAW BONE AND NITROPHOSPHATE MANURES, FOR, GRASS, WHEAT, See. SSe. DAVID BAILLIE AND Co., WAVERTON MANURE WORKS, CHESTER, HAYING arranged with Mr. OWEN JONES to act as their Agent forthe Holywell District, would respect- JLJL 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 bad on application to- Mr. OWEN JONES, Panton Place, HolywelL SIR J. MURRAY'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA is recommended by Physicians since 1807, for Bile, Acidities, and -Tndiqestion. -They also order his Cordià l Camphor (3 grs. per oz.) as the best restorative for iccah nerves, or low fet,ers-His Lemon Syrup jnixgd with jjither Fluid. iormB a brisk Aperient for guard against false liquids, the Patentee's labels are subscribed Sir J. Murray, Physician to the Lord Lieut." Agent for Holywell-MR. ROBERTS, CHEMIST. MICHAEL PARRY, Wholesale and Retail, TIMBER MER CHANT, c, FLIT:7 HAVING now discharged a PRIME CARGO of m JLL 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 materls General Music Warehouse, 245, BEIGDE-STEEET, CHESTER. A LL NEW MUSIC of merit as soon as published, XJL at HALF-PRICE for cash. Parcels sent for selection at a nominal charge. New and Second-hand Pianofortes, Harmoninms, &c., at All Prices. BOUCHER & CO., Music Library, Chester. I' ESTABLISHED, 1826. THOMASTickers' KITROGEXISED BONE, BLOOD, AND ANIMAL CHARCOAL MANURES, WORR.s:-SANDBACH, CREWE, CHESHIRE; HAZLEHEAD, PENISTONE, near DONCASTER and MANCHESTER BONE MILLS. For further particulars and list of prices apply to MR. THOS. ASTBURY, GALCHOG, NOKTHOP, FLINT'S; Agent for North Wales. All Goods delivered Carriage Paid, in 1 cwt.. bags 2 EDWARDS & ROBERTS, "IfKolmle "antf TWPWStTliSrtmr Merchant HOLYWELL. Ij^VERY description of British and Foreign Timber J Boards, Planks, Laths, Felloes, Coffin-boards. &c. &c., always in stock. Also, BRICKS, c. YARDS :-Dee Bank, BAGILLT, and Halkyn bt., HOLYWELL. Timber valuations correctly made. G. LINDSEY, PORK, POULTRY, GAME, AND DAIRY PROVISION SALESMAN, No. 10, Skinners' Place, Leadenhall Market, LONDON, RESPECTFULLY solicits consignments, and to PC assure those who msly favor him with goods for sale, that by strict attention and prompt leturns, to merit confidcrce, and give satisfaction. RATS! RATS!! RATS! IMPORTANT & VALUABLE DISCOVERY. HARVEY'S method EXTERMINATES all the Rats on the Premises in ONE WEEK, without the use of Poisons, Traps, Dogs, or Ferrets, and leaves No Dead Rats in the Holes, Simple in its operation, Trifling in 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 whose 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 .A,ddreSS-IVILLIAM IIAKVEY, Wellington Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. THOMAS OWENS, Joiner, Builder, and Licensed Appraiser, WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, New and second-hand Furniture of every des- cription always in Stock. Every description of Timber for building purposes, Laths, fire bricks, tiles &c.âalso 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. Horse and Trap, for Hire. W HEELER AND WILSON, S! CELEBRATED LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINES,! WIT-H RECENT IMPROVEMENTS. fA rM IHEMS. 8' FELTS. iW TucKs. ø- GATHERS. Igsgf QUILTS. 4W BINDS. iM BRAIDS. W CORDS. -iW' LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1861. INSTRUCTION GRATIS. Machines carefully packed and safe delivery guaranteed to any part of the country. Prospectus and Samples sent to anyaddress. 'à HOLYWELL TIMBER YAB £ I EDWARDS & ROBERTS 1 BEG most thankfully to tender their gratj_. acknowledgements to their numerous patroMTro. the liberal support they have reoqiyed as Timber Merchants, and avail themselves of this opportunity of intimating to their friends and the public generally that they have now added to their present business that of CONTRACTORS & JOINERS, and respectfully SJlicit the favor of public patronage in this department, assuring all parties who may honor them with their commands, that their orders shall at all times receive their best and immediate attention. Every description of Joiners' and Wheelwrights' work undertaken, either by day or contract, any Estimates for the erection and completion of every kind of Building forwarded on application. The most experienced and able workmen at all times employed. ONE "GUINEA REWARD. THIS sum will be paid to any Persen who will give information as to a place called J7istuague or V istnague, which is stated to be in a North Wales. Apply to MEYEICK, GEDGE, and LOADEX, 4, Storey's Gate, Westminster. V SITUATION WANTED. A VERY active, respectable Girl, .fifteen Years of t0 mect ^ith a situation nl-Vj SERVANT. She has been Accustomed to Children. Address-Mrs. RomxsoN,, Chester-road, Flint. ESTABLISHED 1835. r) F. F I C E FOR PATENTS, JOHN DAVIES, C.E., AND SON, 56, CASTLE STREET,- LIVERPOOL. The Pamphlet ARE YOUR LETTERS PATENT VALID, price 6d. SELF-HELP TO PATENT LAW; inahe Press.- Starch Manufacturers to H. R. H. the Princess of Wales. GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH, AWARDED THE PBIZE MEDAL, 1862. t THIS UNRIVALLED STARCH IS TOED IN THE BOYAL. i*Ajjjsn>jsr. ⢠by Her MAJESTY'S LAU^DREAPTJF THE FINEST STARCH SHE EVER USED. HER MAJESTY'S LACE DRESSER DECLARES IT TO BE THE BEST SHE HAS TRIED, AND THE ABOVE AWARD BY SOME OF THE MOOT EMINENT SCIENTIFIC MEN OF THE AGE, Confirms its Superiority. WOTHERSPOON & Co., GLASGOW AND LONDON. READ the New Medical Work entitled DEBILITY ITS CAUSE AND CURE, or a Warning Voice to Young Men on the Cure of Nervous Debilitv, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Sight, Lassitude, Indigestion; Dislike to eakness. Muscular Relaxation, Languor, LIstlessness, Depression, &c., which, if neglected, result ill a'id .Pren>ature death. This work hundreds or cases and tesimonials from patients, showing cleai-itig tht, treatment by which they were and vi'aour Sent nnTf'°nS /°r perfect restoration to health ana vigour, bent post-free to any address, on receh)t of a (.irected envelope, enclosing two postage-stamps. Address' Messrs. SMITH, 8, Burton-crescent, Xavistock-square London, Consultation by Letter without Fee. MESSRS. SMITH will, for the benefit of persons differing from NERVOUS DEBILITY, &c., on receiving a casP (^Wlos&ig a stamped directed S l f' r°ply) send a written opinion with advice and directions for the most successful treatment anA cure. Address Messrs. SMITH, 8, Burton-crescent, London, W.C.. HEALTH FOR THE INVALID BY HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. Loss of AppetiteâLoss of Strength-Loss of Health. The marvellous effect of this fine medicine upon the systejn is such as to immediately rally all the vital functions, the appetite is soon restored, a full flow of spirits quickly follows, the body becomes immensely invigorated with a certainty of restored health fresh air and a little exercise are necessary to bring about a permanent state of things. Holloway's Pills im- part tone and energy to the most delicate constitutions, and in a manner as to astonish all who take them. By their extra- ordinary virtues they have obtained the largest sale of any medicine in the world. Female Disorders. No medicine can be so infalably relied upon for overcoming all obstructions as these Pills. They never fail to restore a healthy action throughout the system. The printed instructions will enable all to correct the first symptoms of disease, and avert many serious maladies. Holloway's Pills soon change the sickly and sallow complexion, thus renewing the bloom of health. To females entering into womanhood, or at the turn ot life, those Pills will be found invaluable. They should be taken two or three times a week, as a safeguard against dropsy, headaches, palpitations of the heart, and all nervous affections so distressing at certain periods. Sick Headache, Indigestion or Fo-1 Stomach and Disordered Liver. In such a deranged state of health the food is decomposed instead of digested, and proves poisonous rather than nutritious s o This derangement can at once be set right by,a course of these purifving and digestive Pills, which have acquired for them- selves an imperishable fame forthe mastery they have constantly exercised over .the,digestive organs. Holloway's Pills increase the appetite, regulate the liver, repress biliousness, healthily stimulate the kidneys, and move the bowels m a more whole- some and natural manner than any other medicine. Holloway's Pills are the best remedy known in the world for the following diseases Agrue Asthma Bilious Complaints Blotches on the Skin Bowel Complaints Colics Constipation of the Bowels. Consumption Debility Do psy Dysentey Evsinelas I Female Irregularities Fevers of all kinds Fits Gout Head-ache Indigestion Inflammation Jaundice Live Complaints Lumbago Piles Rheumatism Re tention of Uine Scrofula, or King'. Evil Sore Throats Stone and Gravel Secondary Symtom Xlc-Douloureux Tumours Ulcers Venereal Affections Worms of all kinds Weakness, from whatever cituse I &c.. &c. Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR noraOVAW, 244, Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London also by all respectable Druggists and Dealers ip Medicines throughout thacijili^d world, at the following prices Is. ljd., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d,( lis., 22s., and 33s., each Box. There is a considerable saving by taking the larger siz«9. N.B.âDirections fox-tho goidaftoe of patients in every dis. order are affixed to each Box, and can he baci.iu nay languag*, even in Chinese.