THE RIGHT HON. G. 0. MORGAN, M.P., ON EDUCATION IN WALES. The Right Hon. George Osborne Morgan, M.P., speaking at the public luncheon of the English Congregational Union at Wrexham, last week, said it gave him great pleasure to address them and to give the Congregational Union a hearty welcome to Wrexham. They, as Welshmen, were proud of boasting of the labours of those who had gone before them men like John Elias, Christmas Evans, Charles of Bala, and Williams of Wern-(hear, hear)—men who had literally converted the wilder- ness into a garden, and who went forth to fight against the powers of evil and of darkness with no endowments but that faith which removed moun- tains. (Applause.) He believed, and he thought there was ground for believing, that it was owing to the efforts of those great and good men that their country, instead of being what it was, a heathen land, had almost become one of the most God-fearing and law-abiding countries in the Queen's dominions. (Applause.) But the labours of those men were confined to Wales and the Welsh language, and he was afraid that they were now threatened with a Saxon invasion, scarcely less important than that of Hengist and Horsa. (Laughter.) Wherever they looked they found that English enterprise and capital were piercing their fields with railways, and honeycombing their rocks with coalpits, and bringing among them an English- speaking population. A friend of his, who stayed with him the other day at Brymbo Hall, had said, "This country is the most extraordinary I have come to in my life. I go two miles in one direction, and I can't find aught but English spoken, and I go two miles in another direction and I can't find aught but Welsh spoken." (Laughter.) That was literally the state of things, and he (the speaker) was bound to say it was a great disadvantage for moral, spiritual, and even social purposes, as it involved separate agencies, separate machinery, and separate organisations. However, he would repeat that they, as Welshmen, did most heartily welcome the mem- bers of the English Congregational Union as fellow- labourers. As a body, they had been celebrating their jubilee he could say that he had celebrated his some years ago, and in looking back they could hardly conceive how differently Nonconformity was looked upon in those days from what was the case at present. (Hear, hear.) If any of them doubted what he was saying, let them read the essay of Sydney Smith, written in the year 1820, on the subject of Methodism. Sydney Smith was essentially a liberal-minded, kind-hearted, genial man, whose mind was far removed from the bigotry which disgraced the theologians of the Eldon, Liverpool, and Addington schools. Yet with what a virulence in those days did he attack that religion, which was destined in a very few years to change the religious phase of England. (Hear, hear.) But they should not be too hard, there might have been faults on both sides, and perhaps their ancestors had not then learnt how to accommodate themselves to the spirit of the age. Coming to the question of education, the speaker said that to those who claimed for the Church of England that it was to the efforts of the clergy education, 50 years ago, was to be attributed, the best answer was the establish- ment of the British Schools by the Nonconformists. (Cheers.) He was quite sure at the present moment there was no part in her Majesty's dominions in which education was so highly appreciated-with the exception perhaps of Scotland-as it was in Wales. With regard to the question of higher and intermediate education in Wales, -he said he approached the subject with something like trepi- dation in the presence of one of the most distin- guished, he might say the most distinguished, member of the Education Commission, Mr. Henry Richard. (Continued cheering.) He (the speaker) felt that he spoke in the presence of a man who knew more of the subject than he did-one of the compilers of that exhaustive report upon the lines of which all educational legislation for Wales must be based. (Cheers.) Most heartily did he re-echo the hope expressed by the Prime Minister—(loud cheers)-two or three days ago in his reply to a resolution passed at Pontypridd, when he hoped 1 that Parliament would be able to deal with this subject in the present session. (Hear, hear.) But he (the speaker) felt that it would not do to be too sanguine even on the subject of educational legislation for Wales. He would be the last man to bring politics into the placid atmosphere of that meeting, but as long as that object was aided or permitted by a system of rules which seemed expressly devised to extract the least possible amount of work from the greatest possible amount of labour, the passing of any measure, however essential or necessary, could not be predicted with safety. (Applause.) The House of Commons had been reduced to the condition of a galley slave chained hand and foot by its own rules, and it was not reasonable to expect large results from such a condition of affairs. And the worst of it was. that there was such a great number of honourable members who, like the prisoner in Byron's poem seemed to have fallen in love with their chains and did not wish to get out of them. (Laughter.) But the constituencies must help the Government to break those chains. (Loud cheers.) As he pro- posed legislation for Wales, he would say, speaking generally, that any scheme of higher and inter- mediate education in Wales involved three essentials. Firstly, it must be unsectarian secondly, it must be local; and thirdly, it must be thorough and progressive. As to the first point, he did not think it was necessary to say much. They knew very well that the great majority of the Welsh people were Nonconformists, and they also knew that the grammar schools of Wales, which till very lately were the only schools of intermediate education in Wales, were essentially Church of England schools That must be altered. (Cheers.) Then in the second place, as to the locality of the endowed schools there was more to be said. for there were some people who thought that the best plan was to transplant Welsh youths into English schools. They must not be too hard upon those people, for they were persons who, perhaps had themselves had the advantage of being educated in English schools. He had had the advantage of education at Oxford' and he would be very ungrateful if he did not acknow- ledge the advantage to be derived from the English universities but he had two objections to that pro- posal First of all, it would denationalise education; and if they did they would sacrifice their strong patriotic instincts, the religio loci—the religion of a place. (Hear, hear.) In England this had been found to be one of the strongest incentives in the minds of the young to exertion, and the mainspring of their English public schools. (Hear, hear.) He wanted to make Welsh boys proud of their schools -he would say Welsh boys and girls. (Cheers.) If they were proud of their schools, the schools would soon become deserving of their pride. (Hear, hear.) Again, English education to most Welsh parents meant an expenditure of money and time-and there were many to whom time was money-which amounted to a practical prohibition. But if they could not take the mountain to Mahomet, let them take Mahomet to the mountain. (Hear hear.) In a general way, all they wanted was to give to every son of a farmer or tradesman in Wales the same educational advantages as far as possible as the sons of farmers and tradesmen in Scotland, (Hear, hear.) That brought him to the third essential-if they wanted properly to educate their children, they must begin low enough down. They must nurse the sappling as well as the tree they must have the schools as well as the colleges. (Hear, hear.) This was a matter, he was sorry to say, of which they had painful experience at Aber- ystwyth. The Education Commission had grappled with these points with the utmost credit and care. and he could only hope that Parliament would approachithe subject in a generous and ungrudging spirit. (Loud cheers.)
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Ker, surgeon, &c., 12, York-street, Ardwick, Manchester, says:—"Your celebrated Stomach Mixture is deserving of all the commendation which I can bestow on it. From my customers' experience of its excellent qualities 1 have frequently recommended it, and shall do so again to anyone who suffers from indigestion." Sold by all the Chemists at Is. lid., and (three times the size) 2s. 9d. per bottle. Sold wholesale by the Proprietors, Messrs. Pilling and Graham, 8, New Bailey-street, Manchester, and all Patent Medicine Houses. XHE AFRICAN HAIR RESTORER. PRICE Is. PER BOTTLE. FOR RESTORING THE HUMAN HAIR TO ITS NATURAL COLOUR. Never known to fail in restoring the Hair in eight or ten days. It promotes growth and prevents its falling off, eradicating Dandrift,and imparting vitality to the roots of the Hair. Daily application of this preparation for a week or two will restore faded, grey, or white hair to its natural colour and richness. If properly applied it never fails, but it should be well shaken before using. IT IS NOT A DYE, nor does it contain any colouring matter; hence it does not soil the head, the scalp, or even white linen, but produces the colour within the substance of the Hair. When the original colour has returned THE AFRICAN RESTORER should be applied about once a week, which will be sufficient to sustain it. N.B.—See that the words THE AFRICAN HAIR RESTORER are on every bottle, as that is a Trade Mark Sold by Chemists and Perfumers at Is. per bottle. Sold wholesale by the Proprietors, Messrs. Pilling and Graham, 8, New Bailey-street, Manchester, and all Patent Medicine Houses. gAVED BY A PINCH OF SNUFF. Dear Sir,—I had Tic or Neuralgia in my head for about six weeks, and was as near out of my mind as possible—so far that I was determined to put an end to my existence. A friend who had been nearly as bad as myself, and was cured by your snuff, told me of it. I came to your shop with great prejudice but, marvellous to say, I was cured in less than three minutes, and there are no signs of its returning, and that is two months ago.—I am, yours faithfully, J. W. A. MAKCHANT. Newcastle-on-Tyne. HANDYSIDES'S ELECTRIC NERVINE H SNUFF, CURES TIC, TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM and PAINS in the HEAD IN TWO MINUTES. Iff M. HAND Y SIDES, PATENTEE AND MANUFACTURER, 28, GRAINGER-ST., WEST, NEWCASTLE-ON-TYNE, And of all Chemists and Patent Medicine Dealers. SOLD IN BOTTLES AT Is. Ii-d. EACH, OR POST 2 FREE, Is. 3d. Sold Wholesale by Messrs. Pilling and Graham, 8, New Bailey-street, Manchester, and all Patent Medicine Houses. THE NORTHERN CURE. A Single Bottle of this Remedy for RHEUMATISM Completely cured a well-known Newcastle gentleman Particulars can be had of Mr. PROCTOR, chemist, Dean-street, Newcastle. THE NORTHERN CURE contains no Oil. Price, Is. 1-id. per Bottle. Sold by all Chemists. Sold Wholesale by Messrs. 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London Oflice: 110, Cannon Street WILFRED A. BOWSER, Manager. MASONIC & GENERAL LIFE ASSU. iTJL RANCE COMPANY—(Limited), Office, 9, New Bridge- street, London, E.C.—Life Assurance of all descriptions effected. Loans on reversions, or on real or personal security. Annuities granted. Apply to A. TOR KINGTON, Managing Director. TVf"ARIL'S FINE old COGNAC BRANDIES. JLTJL » Blue Label 4 years old. ee Gold Label 7 „ „ Whit. LR.hAI10 For list of Agents and Wholesale terms apply to the Sole Consignees W. H. CHAPLIN & CO., 10, Villiers St. (& 39 & 40, Mark Lane), London.-Wine & Spirit Bottlers to the trade. GLASGOW—THE GRAND HOTEL.— First-class; moderate charges. Contains 200 Apartments. Pronounced by all its Patrons to be the most elegant and most comfortable Hotel in Glasgow. W. G. DAVIDSON, Manager. PUREOLD XNVERNESS.—FERGUSON & Co., Highland (Established 1726.) 21/-per Gallon, in Cask, „,TT Jar or Bottle. Packages included. 5 Gallons and upwards Carriage paid to any Station. All orders WHISKY, to be accompanied by a remittance or reference. WOOL-GROWERS CAN HAVE THEIR WOOL » » manufactured into Goods for own use by sending it to ROBERT HOUSTON & SONS, Estd. 1780. t glTiEENOCK. 28,WEST BLACKBALL ST., &ROCKBANK MILLS, F LLS, i Each Lot is kept Separate. HOMESPUN TWEEDS manufactured at from 1/6 to a¡. per yard, also Winceys, Blankets, &c. JVritefor patterns, < £ «. Carriage of Wool per Goods Conveyance payable by R.H. & S. BEST ENGLISH SPRING "DRESS FABRICS, lOO pieces REAL ALL WOOL BEIGES and VICUNA CLOTHS, 63d. and 8Id. per yard. Usual Drice, lOJd. and l/OJd. Patterns free. lOO New Printed and Woven WASHING FABRICS from 6d. per yard. BAKER & CRISP, 198, Regent Street, London, W. IMMEL's AROMATIC OZONIZER, the only efficient and agreeable A ir Purifier for Bed-room, Sick- room, &c., in tins, 1/ by post, 15 stamps. 96, Strand, London. JJOUGLAS'S LIME CREAM. •» FOR PRESERVING THE HAIR, • fHE ONLY KNOWN CURE FOR SCURF, promoting at all times a healthy action to the skin. It is strongly recom- mended by the most eminent physicians, and has been awarded a prize medal at the International Exhibition. Sold in Bottles from 3/6 each, with directions for use. 21 & 23, New Bond Street, and 99 & lOl. LeadenhaU Street, City, London. \717"ATCHES, SILVER FROM: 12/ Ladies' T T or GENTS' Silver Defiance Wntches, 25s., usually sold t 50S., Sterling Silver English Lever Wntclins from -V.)?. Silver Alberts, 5s. 6d., Bold Guards, 45s. iUu»trnt«'L CntnUxjue with Testimonials free. W. & G. DAVIS, 12, Alfred Rood, Birmingham. AGENTS WANTED. "OOPACK" CONGO of Extraordinary Strength and Flavor (a truism), 1/8 per lb. AGENT 8 APPORNTED. W. A. HIGGS & COMPANY,39, High St., Islington, London.N. SA VE YO U It GAS BILLS. GET M0RE XjiaHT by using PEEBLES' PATENT AUTOMATIC GOVERNOR GAS BURNERS. SOLE MANUFACTURERS.—D. BRUCE PEEBLES & CO., TAY WORKS, BONNINGTON, EDINBURGH. ro BE HAD OF ALL RESPECTABLE GAS FITTERS, RASS,REED,STRIN G.&DR, IJM&FIFE BANDS,PIANOS,ORGANS &HARMONIUMS at Whole- tale Prices at J. MOORE'S, Buxton Rd., Huddersiield. Prices with drawings of every Instrument post free. Music for any kind of Band. Bandsmen's Caps. Patronized by Army. Navy, &Rine Corps, Second-hand Instruments bought or taken in Exchange HARPEltTW E li VETREESTilla'Washer. Great further improvements. Reduced prices. The most rapid, strong, and highly finished. Agents Wanted in every town. Very liberal terms. 80. Finsbury Pavement, London. JJ LAKE Y'S JgOOT TpROTECTORS. TO KNOW THEIR VALUE IS TO NEVER "BE WITHOUT THEM. Boots never want soling or heeling if these protectors are used. SIXPENNYWORTH will save at least TEN SHILLINGS. They are no trouble to fix. Price 3d., 6d., 1/- per box. Do not be deceived by vile imitations. AGENTS WANTED where not already represented. JOHN HLAKEY. Leeds. CORNS CURED IN THREE DAYS WITHOUT PAIN. The above remedy sent on receipt of 88 atamps.-Direct L. C., 45, Kemerton Road, London, S.E. — PURE SWEETS—3Jd. lb. 0 Square, sells cheaper than any house in th' trade. Write for price lists. Ill goods equally cheap Country orders of £1 carriage paid. All goods well flavored. Every information I?iv<n to those about to enter the business. Our only ADDRESS i., SMITH, NEI/1IEW and CO., 12, Little Newport Street, JJOiceiter Square, London, W.C. INDIGESTION. -KA UK. A ST AN KIMEL Is the Russian Remedy. Give it a trial and you will never regret it. As compared with Patent iMedioines it is infinitely more effective, far less costly, and unden ably the most deli- cious and bodily exhilarating Compouud in the wide, wide World. A sample bottle, holding an Imperial English Pint, sent free for six shillings. Address, PI ri;ir,etor of Russian Liqueurs Depot. 104, Queen Victoria Street, L mdon, E.C. fflHE DRUMMOND WHISKY, 42/- per JL case. Chief Offices, 72, Mark Lane, & 2, London Street, E.C. P O.O's. and Cheques payable to A R. Drummond. tTglTATANTYEAST. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. rilHOMPSON's BURDOCK PILLS JL purify the foulest blood, & remove every disease of the sto- mach,liver, & kidneys.Pure blood gives health. Thousands have been cured by these wonderful Pills whose diseases could not be reached byanyother medicine. Sold byall Chemists in boxes, 1/14 & 8/9; or from the establisli-neiit, 41, Oxfor. 1-st.,Swansea, for 10 or 36 stamps. All sufferers are highly recoin MEN de. 1 to try them. mHE CLOTHING DISTRICT. WOOLLEN X CLOTH&CLOTHING MANUFACTURING Go.,GREEN- LAND, YORKS., combiningthe trades of Woollen Manufactu- rers, Merchants, Drapers & Tailors in one, enabling customers to save at least 30 per cent. Patterns, &o., free, Any article not approved of is immediately exchanged or money returned. UOUA WATER ivi-A C R I N E I-L I for manu- .7 facturing all Aerated Waters, Syphon Bottles, Codd's patent Bottles, and all connected with this business. 1882 Catalogue now ready, forwarded post free for 1/- iu stamps. BARNETT & FOSTER, 23P, Forston Street,, London, N. ir lOUGHS, COLDS, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, and NEURALGIA, DR. J. COLLTS BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE, A few doses quite effectual.—Caution.—The extra- ordinary medical reports on the efficacy of Chlorodyne render it of vital importance that the public should obtain the genuine, which is proteoted by a Govern- ment stamp, bearing the words Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne." See decision of Vice-Chancellor Sir W. Page Wood, the Times, July 16th, 1864. Numerous testimonials from eminent Physicians aocompanv each bottle. from W. C. WILKINSON, Esq., F.R.C.S., Spalding. Ioonsider it invaluable in Phthisis and Spasmodic Cough the benefit is very marked. From Dr. M'Millman. of New Galloway, Scotland. As a Sedative, Anodynlt, and Anti-Spasmodic, I consider Dr. J. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne the most valuable medicine known. Sold in Bottles. 1/1 j, 3 9. & 40 6 by all Chemists. E BIN N I N G AND CO., JLJ* EGG MERCHANTS, West Hartlepool. OUR B Õ Y S' PAPER. Acknowledged by the lads of Great Britain to be the best paper ever issued. TWO NEW STORIES HAVE JUST COMKENTP!D. A Specimen Copy will be sent free on receipt of a penny stamp, or it can be obtained of any Newsagent. One penny every Wednesday. Office, 12, Fetter Lane, London, E.G. IVf ANUFACTIJRERS and MERCHANTS JLTJ- may, at a trifling cost, secure protection under the Trade Mark Laws. In HARDINGHAM'S "TRADE MARKS" seventy different countries are referred to. Published by Stevens & Sons, 119, Chancery Lane, London. Post free, 4/3. AMBERG'S PATENT SYSTEMS OF LETTER FILING. Self-Indexing-The best in the World. SIMPLE! DURABLE! INDISPENSABLE! CAMERON, AMBERG & Co., 27. Little Britain, London, E.C. To be obtained of all Stationers & Booksellers. Illustrated Price Lists on application to 27A, Little Britain, E.C. THE WALDECK COLLAR—Newest and JL Most Fashionable LADIES' EMBROIDERED COLLAR for the Season, Perfect Fitting. To be had of all the principal Drapers. mHEeHEART, THE DIAMOND, THE JL SPADE, THE CLUB—Newest and most fashionable ■hapes in LADIES' LINEN COLLARS, perfect fitting; to be had of all drapers—"B. & T. London. I EMPLOYMENT FOR EVERY MAN. U Canvassing. £ 3 Weekly. No risk, no experience required. Bend at onoe Addressed Envelope, Box i, Wolverhampton. MERICA.CAPE orAuST RALI A. SteamFares from £ 310s. Apply Roberts, Agent, 29, Union St., Liverpool. THE J^-EW QROCERY ESTABLISHMENT, MARKET STREET, LLANGOLLEN. R. FRANCIS IS now prepared to supply the public with GROCERIES OP THE FINEST QUALITIES, at the most reasonable terms. fTRY THE G/, TEA. One trial is sufficient to convince you Of its SUPERIOR QUALITY. you Of its SUPERIOR QUALITY. THE NEW GROCERY ESTABLISHMENT. MARKET STREET, LLANGOLLEN. ro I'l Universal Patronage. Let all sufferers from general or local disease take heart I follow in the wake of thousands who ascribe their of health to the use of HOLLOW AY'S OINTMENT AND Rheumatism in the muscles or joints, gouty pains, ^9 tortures, cramps and spasmodic twitches depart under employment of these noble remedies. Bad legs, all K' of wounds, ulcers, sores, burns, cutaneous inflammations) quickly conquered. The reputation Holloway's Ointment Pills have acquired throughout the habitable Globe sno induce every afflicted person to give them a fair trial despairing of relief or abandoning hope. Bronchitis, Diphtheria, Sore Throats, Coughs, and Colds. This Ointment will cure, when every other mean* failed. It is a sovereign remedy for all derangements ol throat and chest. Settled coughs or wheezing will be profflP removed by rubbing in the Unguent. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts. Old Wounds, Sores, and Ulcers. j It is surprising how quickly a. sore, ulcer, or wound, deP^T^ the body of strength and unfits it for the duties of life,' is no less wonderful to watch the effect of Holloway's^ Ointment, when it is used according to the printed diW"10 and assisted by appropriate doses of the Pills. Gout and Rheumatism. Will be cured with the greatest certainty If large qtmlltftloi of the Ointment be well worked into the afflicted This treatment must be persevcringly followed for s°meJ! nnd duly assisted by powerful doses of Holloway's Pills. purifying and soothing remedies demand the earnest attention^ all persons liable to rheumatism, gout, sciatica, or other P* affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. Both the Ointnwnt and Pills should he used i* following complaints:- Bad Legs Corns (Soft) Scalds Bad Breasts Fistulas Sore Throats 1 turns Gout Skin Disease* Bunions Glandular Swellings Scurvy chilblains Lumbago Sore Head' (.'happed Hands Piles Tumours Contracted and Stiff Rheumatism Ulcers Joints Sore Nipples Wounds Tho Ointment and Pills are sold at Professor HOI-W^WF Establishment, 533, Oxford Street, London; also by every respectable Vendor of Medicine throughout the n(j World, in Boxes and Pots, Is. l £ d., 2s. 9d., 4s. 6d., lis., 22s.» 33s. each. The smallest Box of Pills eontains four dozen? the smallest Pot of Ointment one ounce. Full printed directions are affixed to each Box and Pot,80 yS) be had in any language, even in Turkish, Arabic, AiroB"1* Persian, or Chinese. Ko. 15—S -y N.B.—Advice can be obtained, free of applying at the above address, daily, between hours of 11 and 4, or by letter. (48w^ TEA THE COFFflJ TEA LIVERPOOL, CHINA, AND TEA INDIA TEA COMPANY, TEA LIMITED TEA (Originally Established 1846), TEA Having removed to new and TEA commodious premises in Dale- COFF#~[ TEA street, are now prepared, in ad- C0FF$ TEA dition to their extensive Whole- TEA sale Trade, to supply families, TEA and the public generally, with TEA Teas and Coffees at the smallest TEA per centage upon London COFr^ TEA Market Prices. COFF*^ TEA Samples and Price Lists upon TEA application. Terms, Nett Cash TEA on receipt of invoice. Carriage COFF*' TEA Pa,id to any Railway Sation on C0FF$ TEA orders amounting to £ 1 and TEA upwards. Cheques and P. 0. C0FF$ TEA Orders to be made payable to TEA S. HAMILTON YEY, TEA Manager, COFF TEA The Liverpool, China, and India TEA Tea Company, Limited, TEA Buckley's Buildings (opposite TEA Moor fields), c0FF2 TEA 40, DALE-STREET, TEA LIVERPOOL. MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY ADVANCED (from £ io to at a few hours' notice with or without Cash also advanced on Deeds, Scrip, Silver Diamonds, Pianos, Merchandise, and Goods of e* description. Apply to N. S. HART, 52, TOWER BUILDINGS, WATER-STREET, LIVERPOOL. All letters immediately answered by return °^QJ(J) FOR DYEING AT HOXfflS". CRAWS'N'AW'S colouto. In Packets Id.,2d.,3d.&6d. eachI C Sent by post for one stamp extra. | J *| g ANYONE CAN USE THEM. LO e ioolc Eibbons, Feathers, Neck Ties, Dresses, &a., may be "iLggj, equal to new. One Sixpenny Packet will Dye a Lvly » nt £ Crawshaw & Co., 80, Fann St, Aldersgate LONDON. E.C. AND OF ALL CHEMLST»^^ R. HUGHES, R. HUGHES, WATCH MANUFACTUItElt CASTLE STREET, LLANGOLLEN, t f 0# BEGS respectfully to call the attention 0 public to his extensive stock of WATCHES AND CL ORCKS, The lowest and best in the Principality- jø He is, therefore, able to sell as cheap as any » the trade. All Watches and Clocks are guaranteed. A large selection of GOLD and SILVER CHA at the lowest prices. Also, a first-class stock of every descripti011 GOLD RINGS and JEWELLERY. Clocks and Watches repaired and cleaned — > Printed and published every Friday Morning navbeti° proprietor, HUGH JONES, at his A™?1 Printing Works, 17, Castle-street. Llangolie >ier8' county of Denbigh, April 21st, 1882. eau^ advertisements, and communication to be addressed to the "Advertiser Oi»c > gollen.