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I ST. ASAPH PETTY SESSIONS.

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Family Notices

FUNERAL OF MR. W. M. THACKERAY.I

THE GOOD OLD TOWN,

IRHOS-DDU BURIAL GROUND.

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WANT OF ECONOMY IN THE COUNCIL.

MINING INTELLIGENCE.j

STATE OF TRADE IN THE IRON…

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STATE OF TRADE IN THE IRON AND MINING DISTRICTS, Up to Christmas Eve the artisans of the town and district were fully employed; and for several months past the trade of this and other centres of industry in the midlands has been gradually improving. The dulness at the close of the autumn season quickly disappeared and a reaction, which has been well sustained, took place. Transactions with the country shopkeepers have for a considerable time been upon an extensive scale, and on account of the home markets there has for some weeks, been a steady business doing. It is now certain that the year just drawn to a close will leave the trade of the iron and mining districts in a far more vigorous and healthy condition than its predecessor did. Stocks that were heavy a short time time ago have been swept away by the brisk demand of the past two months or ten weeks and hence there is every probability of the skilled operatives finding employment when the tr??T??"? have commenced. The reportaT of He» trict sow that the trad e OFR. H^sl. flourishing state, the tmra?dhe i?nF?tt.?T?X''?.? all the hands engaged. At \wm« in 0D1 5t"i iLrl in t the staple tr&des are much 4 the West ofED?n 1 ??n????l; ?J"! L.?? don trade has been steadily im? Satlsfactory month, and the firms ang^e^in^ durL ^H3f!v? "Ctel tor tott market

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