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Shales &g ?u?'M. a12S b!! uctíon. ?ALF, OF FAT STOCK MESSRS. DAVIES AND ARMOR, BEG to announce that they have been favoured with intructiom to SELL BY AUCTION, in the Market Place, Denbigh, on Friday, the 7th day of April next, being the Blossom Fair 'Jay, at 11 o'clock precisely, 21 very prime Short-horn and Cross-bred HEIFERS, in very Ripe condition, the property of Hugh B. Hughes, Esq., of Ystrad. Royal Oak Inn, Denbigh, March 21st, 1865. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. FLINTSHIRE, NORTH WALES. MESSRS. CHURTON AND ELPHICK Have been instructed to Sell by Auction, early in the ensuing spring, at the Town Hall, Rhyl, HIGHLY important and valuable Freehold LjL Estates, within short distance of the railway sta- tions and market towns of Rhyl, St. Asaph, and Holy- well, comprising several fine farms of highly productive arable and pasture land, with dwelling-houses, mill, and accommodation lands, extending in the whole to 700 ACRES, situate in the parishes of Newmarket, Gwaenysgor, and OwnL ^?Se Estate is in a ring fence, and with the prospect of being considerably enhanced in value, as there is every probability of railway passing through it, it being situa- ted in the heart of a mineral district. Two packs of harriers are kept in the neighbourhood, and the Estate abounds in game, adjoining the preserves of several large landed proprietors. The property offers an excellent investment for a capi- talist. It will be offered as a whole in the first instance, but if not so disposed of, then in convenient lots. Immediate possession can be given of the largest portion of the property. Particulars and conditions of sal, e, with plans of the lots, may be seen early in April, at the principal hotels in Rhyl, St. Asaph, and the neighbourhood and may be had on application to Messrs. Davidson, Carr, and Bannis- ter, solicitors, Weavers' Hall, 22, Basingliall-street, E. C.; Messrs. Newman, Lyon, and Newman, solicitors, King's Bench Walk and Yeovil; Messrs. Wyatt and Sisson, solicitors, St. Asaph; Messn. Poole and Johnson, solici- tors, 9, New-square, Lincoln's Inti Messrs. Sale and Co., solicitors, Manchester; and Messrs. Churton and Elphick, the auctioneers, Chester and Whitchurch, Shropshire. LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH FOR THE DISTRICT OF BETHESDA. NOTICE OF INTENDED RATE. NoTICE is Hereby Given, that the Mhesda L Local Board of Health intend on SATURDAY next, the 1st day of April, being in the week next following the day of the date hereof, and after the expiration of Seven Days from such day, to make a General District Rate for the district for which the said Board acts; and that the state- ment of the proposed Rate is deposited for inspection at the Douglas Arms Hotel, Bethesda. Dated this 25th day of March, 1865. (Signed) WM. YOUNG HARDIE, Clerk of the said Board. STEAM SAW MILL. PORTMADOC. J. H. WILLIAMS & SONS BEG to intimate to the public, and to _D Builders especially, that they have just purchased the recently erected STEAM SAW MILL, PORTMADOC, and that on and after 1st April next they will he pre- pared to execute orders for Circular and Vertical Sawing, with primptness and despatch, Particulars as to prices, &c., forwarded on application. Portir.adoc, March 22, 1865.

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