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THE RHYL ADVERTISER

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BANKRUPTCIES IN CHESTER AND…

PRESTATYN.

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PRESTATYN. PETTY SEssroS, These monthly sessions were held on Monday last, before T. G. Dixon Esq. (chairman), and W. P. Jones, Esq. The license pi the G-yrn Arms, Llanasa, was transferred from Mr Robert Jones, to Mr Henry Ellis; that of the Saracen's Head, Gwaenysgor, from Mr Henry Ellis, to Mr John Hughes, and that of the White Lion, Lianasa, from Mr Thomas J lines, to Mr Peter Ellis. There was only one charge for hear- ing, against a person for drunkeness, and as he did not appear, a warrant for his arrest was granted. RXVIIRT DEE CONSEEVANCY BILL.âA special meet- ing of the stockholders of the undertaking for re- covering and preserving' the navigation of the River Dee was held in London on Monday, for the purpose of submitting and approving of a Bill, now pending in Parliament, for the better preservation and improvement of the River Dee, in compliance with the standing orders of Parliament. Mr II. N. Williams, presided, and it was explained that all the stockholders of the Dee Company were present. Power was given for the diversion of the present channel and course of the River Dee by a new cut for the construction of a dock or basin on the banks of the Dee, in the township of Holy Trinity, Chester, a conduit or culvert in the same parish, and a training wall in the bed ef the river, ter- minating near Muspratt's chemical works at Flint. Power was given to dredge, scour the bed, banks, and channel, tu divert water, tv acqr:r<> additional lands, to levy tolls, and so forth, â -3 Chairman moved, and Mr Potter seconded, that the Bill be approved, and the resolution was unanimously agreed to.

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