ESTABLISHED 1837. ] WILLIAM HUGHES AND SON, THE OLD PORK SHOP," WILLIAM HUGHES & SON beg to inform the generally that theyhavc purchased 31 horse power Otto Silent Gas Engine.' and a Gardner's Simplex Silent Sausage Machine," which they have placed in the Shop, where custodiers c-m see the quality of the Meat used, and the chopping of same. This will prove a novelty, ensure and will the purity and excellence of the Meat used. COJ.SE AND SEE THEM MADE. I'; GEL E B Ii ATE 0 SA U SAu 'ES! ¡ø 1:.VEhY -7 259 & 26?^H-STREET, BANGOR. 1 SA31UEL ALLSaPP" A XI) SONS' Best India Pale and Burton Ales, For Season ending October 1st, 1383, MAY BE OBTAINED (CARRIAGE PAID TOMANY RAILWAY STATION) OF THOMAS JONES AND CO., WINE, SPIRIT, ALE AND PORTER MERCHANTS, MENAI BRIDGE, ANGLESEY, At the undermentioned Prices:—^ Brand on Cask. Per Brl. [Per Kil. l'orifirkini EAST INDIA PALE ALE O W- J»> J,?" s"ALE g fc & ii' rn ••• AX ••• 00" 83'" lG<6 twtt n ATP A 60 30/- 1^ nn F 54/- 27/- 13 6 So' xxx 48<" ••• 24/" ••• 12;" So 'xx •• 42 21ir }-'G IMPERIAL STOUT IS f r J" I^OUBLE DO. f -• & J6 ^out 10y PORTER ••• r 1 1 WINES AND SPIRITS of tho Best Qualily solcV at the usual trade prices. Frivate Houses supplied oil the shortest notice. .«CHA AA/q ✓ DICKS CELEBRATED J; I SLIPPERS AU < S|fR ALL LEATHER y*SpR1Ha^ /S^tA?&C00Dw\ 5tmf A b(B0 GOTE0ES)4 Rtf DICKS, 217, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. SO, Market Street, Holyhead. LAMPS & WINTER GOODS. JO SI AH HUGHES & SON, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IONMONGERS, CUTLERS AND DEALERS IN$ELECTRO-PLATE AND FANCY GOODS, BANGOR, ttave Lr;f.iR sttsst II Prisin» oUv ivs been highly admirji, and given the greatest satisfaction. Their stock for the Collection o ampo <-■ o exhibited before, and they flatter themselves that in no other shop IW, I. m»«y instances only Oxg FOURTH TIIE FORMER FIGURES. CELEBRATED J; I ^BOinS.SHSES&SLIPPERSC-^ AU < S|fR ALL LEATHER y*SpR1Ha^ /S^tA?&C00Dw\ 5tmf A b(B0 GOTE0ES)4 Rtf DICKS, 217, HIGH-STREET, BANGOR. SO, Market Street, Holyhead. LAMPS & WINTER GOODS. JO SI AH HUGHES & SON, FURNISHING AND GENERAL IONMONGERS, CUTLERS AND DEALERS IN$ELECTRO-PLATE AND FANCY GOODS, BANGOR, ttave Lr;f.iR sttsst II Prisin» oUv ivs been highly admirji, and given the greatest satisfaction. Their stock for the Collection o ampo <-■ o exhibited before, and they flatter themselves that in no other shop IW, I. m»«y instances only Oxg FOURTH TIIE FORMER FIGURES. ALSO Wonderfully cheap lines in Good Fenders, Fire Irons, Coal Vases, Register Stoves, Kichen Ranges, Cooking and Heat.ng Stoves. Bedsteads, Children's Carriages, Garden Seats, Vases, &c. A Visit of Inspection is respectfully invited. TFTF \I WUFACTURING AND MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT of their business has been greatly t, 4 t,„. -,n(l has fairly deserved the large share of patronage bestowed upon it. The developed during g B'lacksllliths, Fitting, and the Plumbing Departments are all arranged in extensive unman, • iy work Repairs neatly executed. premises, suitable o ,r"fTeitiiur Greenhouses. Churches, Chapels, Schools, &c. References can be had of some of the^best fiunilies^i the country for"extensive Hot Water ant" Sanitary work lately completed by them most satis- factorily. Please note the Address JOS I AH IIUCIIE S.iAXJD SON, NEARLY OPPOSITE THE POST OEFIOE, BANGOR. AGENCIES: Richardson, Bros., & Co. Manure Manufactrer, Belfast. Manchester Prize Cattle Fiod Company. Gloucester Specific tor Foot Ivot in Sheep. Hvaihs Excelsior Dou; Hiscuits. Spia.it s Patent Febrine U04 Biscuits/'] Came and Poultry Meal, Praiue Crisvel, t<ce/ '«■ IE^5- f|' AS^™58 i L ;,V-NIA Ar j it E3ANrlo-. BEST HOUSEHOLD FLOUR. Our Celebrated No. One. 8 lbs. for 1s. OTHER KINDS AS CHEAP AS TEN POUNDS FOR ONE SHILLING. AGENCIES: The Bowiclv Patent Lactina Food for Calves. 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E\'ANS, RICHARDS & CO., have made special arrangements in order to more fully develop that department of their trade, j t and are now in a position to execute all Country Orders with economy, promptitude, and despatch. They have also much pleasure in announcing that they have made very extensive CASH. PURCHASES of all the LEADING NOVELTIES from LOX DOX and PARIS for the WINTER SEASON,and the undermentioned Departments are replete with new and fashionable Uoods, offering decided and genuine bargains throughout:— SEALSKIN MANTLES LACES FUR-LINED CLOAKS SCARFS FUR CAPES RIBBONS JACKETS OUTFITTING BONNETS TRIMMINGS HATS GLOVES COSTUMES HOSIERY SILKS CARPETS DRESS MATERIALS CURTAINS FLANNELS BEDSTEADS DRAPERY BEDDING BLANKETS :SHIRTS &c., &c., &c ESTIMATES GIVEN. PATTERNS SENT Posr FREE ON APPLICATION Parcels amounting to £ i 1 upwards, Carriage Paid to all parts of Waic.id Shropshire. EVANS, RICHARDS & Co., LONDON ROAD, LIVERPOOL. D. 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FLINTSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS Thes- sessions were held at the County Hall, Mold, on l ii'S'lay, the following magistrates being pre- sent: Messrs J. Scott Banke-s (chairman i, P. p I cur,ant (deputy-chairman), Rev. T. H (I. Pules- ton, Messrs T. G. Dixon, W. H. Gladstone, M.P., 'la(1 Roper, Messrs W. Johnson, P. B. D. Coshe, H. V. Kyrke, W. Thorns. P. A. Lloyd, C. Davison W. 11. Buddicorn, E. Thompson, Harold Lees, I. 1. Jones Parry, &c. The following gen- tleinen qualified as magistrates :—Dr. Girdlestone and Mr T. LI. Murray Browne, Rhyl, and Mr Adam Eyton, rlas, Llanerchymer and LiverpooL-The chr t constable's report was read by his deputy (. upermtendent Bolton), and it appeared from it that during the past. quarter twelve indictable onences had been reported and nine persons ap- prehended, of whom six were committed on bail for trial, as against the like quarter in LS83, when eleven offences were reported. Seven persons were appivheudcd during the same period of 1SS. all of whom were committed for trial. Three hundred and twenty-four persons were proceeded against summarily, of whom 279 were convicted, as against 35.1 in the same quarter last year; 53 were for assaults and breaches of the peace; 107 under the Ele- lnentaiy Education Act 55 for drunkenness, and (>] 7 'fr^ ktter was read from the Town LJerk ot Chester asking the court to vote a sum towards Uie expenses of freeing the Dee Bridge frolll tlllls, but the court did not comply with the request. Ihe Chairman said that some persons were anxious to know how the redistribution scheme would affect the county. He stated that the ioundury Commissioners would have nothing to do with Flintshire.-The Chairman called the attention of the court to the fact that last year it was decided to adopt the Berkshire system of re- jieving tramps in the county, and a sum of money was raised for thac purpose, which had not been spent and he had received from the Guardians of the Ilolywell Union a recommendation that it was not desirable to continue the system.—The question of the desirability of erecting a courthouse at llawardeu was considered, and it was decided to lepVe t ie matter to a committee of local magistrates, who are to report thereon to the next court. On the recommendation of the county surveyor, it was decided to repair a bridge at Pontybodkin.—A county rate of Id in the pound and a police rate of o-8ths of Id in the pound were agreed to.
DENBIGHSHIRE INFIRMARY. MONTH ENDING November 30th, 1884. IN-PATIENTS Admitted 8 IN-PATIENTS Admitted 8 Discharged o Cured 4 Relieved 2 Dead 0 Irregularity 0 Made Out-patients •> Remain a the House 16 OUT-PATIENTS Admitted 133 Discharged 95 Cured 65 Relieved 2 Dead Irregularity Made in-patients A limited since 1st Jan., 8 4':> vasualues 47 FRUIT FOR DESERT.—Birkett's Stores have now received the bulk of their Christmas Fruit. They begtyd I draw attention to its superior quality,
MARKET DAY AT BANfcOR. PUBLIC MEETING TO CONSIDER THE ADVISA- BILITY OR OTHERWISE OF CHANGING THE MARKET DAY. On Friday afternoon a, public meeting, convened by the Mayor (Colonel Platt), was held at the Peurhyn Hall, for the purpose of considering the desirability of changing the day for holding the market from Friday to Saturday. The Mayor presided, and was accompanied on the platform by Alderman Meshach Roberts (deputy mayor), Alderman Thomas Lewis, Councillors W. A. Dew John Pritchard, R. Rowlands, Edward Jones (Brynmeirion), and Samuel Evans. The Mayor said they were doubtless aware that the meeting had been called for the inhabitants of Bangor and those interested in the welfare and prosperity of the trade of the city to take into consideration the advisability or not of changing the market day. He represented the city in the capacity of mayor, and he had no feel- ing in the matter either for or against, and he was simply there to act as the mouth-piece of the Council, before whom the matter was brought forward by Councillor Dew, who was asked by several ratepayers to request the Council to take up the question. The Council were not disposed, on their own responsibility, to change the day without having the feelings of the city, and it was to elucidate their views that they had been asked to attend that day. Mr W. A. Dew, in his introductory remarks, referred to the injustice which had been done him through the medium of a Bangor paper," but the editor of "that paper," in that week's issue, withdrew the statements previously made, and stated that it was only fair to state that Coun- cillor W. A. Dew, with whom the proposal to call the meeting originated. was not, as might have been presumed, personally favourable to the change; all he had done was to find facilities for a public interchange of opinions on the question." His reasons for asking the Mayor to call a public meeting were principally because in his address to his ward he had stated that when questions of great moment deserved careful consideration, that the Council ought to call a ratepayers' meeting. With regard to the subject before them, he en- tered upon the question as a citizen of Bangor. whose welfare lie had thoroughly at heart. In fact, he entered upon it without any bias whatso- ever. Not only should they discuss the question of changing the market day from Friday to Saturday, but they should also interest them- selves in improving the Bangor fairs. There were several reasons for changing the day as well as against such a course, and it was for them to discuss fairly and without any bias which reasons weighed the most. In favour of changing the day it might be said that a rail- way had been completed between Bangor and Bethesda, and a further prospect of their having a railway right from Ebenezer to Bangor (cheers). They were also, in the second place, anxious, as Bangor people, to secure to the city all the trade they could possibly get to it. He understood on good authority that market tickets eould be procured from Bethesda to Carnarvon and as the market was held at Bangor on Friday, it prevented a great many attending, which would not be the case were it held on Saturday, as that day was a half-holiday, and. therefore, en- abled the working men to visit the market better. Again, another reason, and a very im- portant one was, that wholesale dealers bought their produce at Llangefni on a Thursday, and, if they failed to get their prices at Bangor on the following day, Carnarvon market was open to them on Saturday. Bangor market was very dear, much dwarer than the markets round about ('' no. no "). Fourthly, he believed that in chang- ing the market day it would conduce to better arrangements and facilities in the Market Hall. Dozens of ratepayers ask him, "Why don't the Council purchase the market ? He might say that the Market Company had been asked to state their price, but he was surprised that no answer whatever was given (" shame "). Well. then, there were several reasons why he thought the day should not be changed, namely, be- cause there was a risk, and they knew what was the result of changing the fairs. Since, fairs had become failures. A voicc: And never seen since (laughter). Another voice Who changed them P Again, several towns, such as Carnarvon, Bethesda, Beaumaris, and Holyhead, held their markets on Saturdeys, and by the opening of the railway to Bethesda, they must remember, that it might be the means of making the Bethesda markets equal to those of Bangor, and, consequently, they would never think of coming from their own town. A voice: Quite so. Taking a similar view regarding the other towns, the great question they would have to ask was, "Where is Bangor to get the people from? Instead of altering the day the better plan was to hold the market both on Fridays and Saturdays (cheers). Personally, he should be rejoiced to see Bangor able to carry its markets on for two days, as it would be a great convenience to the working men (cheers). Mr Josiah Hughes presented a petition against the change, signed by 110 persons. The party who drew up the memorial had not gone out of his own premises, and respectable people calling had signed 'the petition, believing that the change would be disastrous and detrimental to the interests of the town. He (Mr Rughes) would express himself in the sains terms (hear, hear, and cheers). As to having a second day. he believed that would come of its own accord without the interference of the Council or any- body el,)(. 'hear, hear). By all means let the pre- scn' riirkct day remain as it was, and let t.i'■ .t take whatever they could on the Saturday ;cii;crs). Mr Meshach Roberts presented another memo- rial, signed by 129 persons, protesting against the change, aud he formally proposed that the day be not changed. (A Voice: Byw fyth fo'r Brenin [The King live for ever] (loud laughter.) Mr Roberts then read the petition, which in- cluded this paragraph: We also desire to ex- press our impression that the tradesmen of Ban- gor in their shops, and the occupants of stalls in the Market Hall, will attract a large number of the best buyers from among the populations of the quarrying districts, and induce them to come down to make their purchases on the Saturday, knowing that they will be free from the hurry and worry attendant upon an ordinary market day, and as they learn the attractions and prin- ciple of Bangor the Saturday will be a second and more satisfactory market day." Mr Thomas Lewis thought the matter should have a fair hearing and their serious considera- tion. It was only due to Mr Dew to state that he had been moved in the matter by other gentlemen who had the interest of the town at heart. He (Mr Lewis) also thought that those gentlemen should have come there to support Mr Dew and state their reasons for the change (hear, hear). He believed Mr Dew had taken the question up with the best feelings towards the interests of the town, and as he had already said, he did not feel strong either way. He had given reasons for the change and against the change. Let them have the matter fairly discussed, and, for himself, lie must say that on this question he felt he was a Conservative-(hear, hear)—and that it was well to leave well alone (hear, hear), At the same time, it was but right that they should give a hearing to those who viewed the matter from a different standpoint (cheers). Mr Edward Jones, Tabernacle-street, as repre- senting the working men, addressed the meeting in Welsh. He had followed three markets for twenty years, and could say he never missed three markets during that time, and it would be a great mistake if they changed the present day. As to what Mr Dew had said regarding Llangefni, it was not quitt-- correct, for he personally knew that butter brought from Llangefni had to be sold at Bangor in some instances at a loss. It was strange that the people who had asked Mr Dew to bring the matter forward were not there that day to support him. In conclusion, he seconded the resolution. Mr Thomas Roberts, Aber, who also spoke in the vernacular, thought it a very unwise course to change the market day, and he did not think they could sell as cheap in Bangor as they could it Carnarvon until they had a pier here (lou cheering). The Carnarvon people could get the goods far cheaper from Liverpool than they 3 Bangor (" No, no "). As soon as they had a plet they could sell as cheap as Carnarvon (htf31'' hear). The fairs had been ruined by bciB: changed, and they had only now existed in$•' Douglas' almanac (laughter). Mr Dew afterwards replied, and in the cotir, of his remarks s-iid that those ratepayers "ÇÇbo were anxious that the chauge should take plaoi must not blame anybody, and if they had tbl great interest of the city at heart they would ha1/ come there and spoken like men (cheers). i The Mayor having stated that several letterS had been received from farmers and others advert to the change, the motion was put to the meeting and carried, with only one dissentient.. On the motion of Alderman Lewis, a vote thanks was accorded to the Mayor for presiding.
FIGHT IN A CHAPEL. On Saturday, at the Carnarvon County Magistrate8 Court, before Capt. J. G. W. Griffith and other magiS' trates, Henry William Thomas, a young man, seW!1' teen years of age, residing at Penylfridd, RhostryfatM charged John Jones, Tanyfoelbach, in the ravie village, with assaulting him at the Ilermon Congregs' tional chapel, Moeltryfan, on the previous SundaY. Mr J. A. Hughes appeared for the complainant, a0" Mr F. A, Evans defended.—Mr Hughes, in opening the case, said that on the night previous to the con" mittal of the assault complainant was going houllt when stones were thrown at him by some youiitf boy. When he went up to them one ran away. 118 said he thought that the party who ran away W35 '•John of Foelbach," meaning defendant, but it sub' sequently transpired that he was sorry that he h^ said anything to that effect. On the follow^ morning (^unciay, just as lie was entering to* chapel, Jones asked him why lie had accused hi^ of throwing stones at him on the previous night, added that if he continued to circulate such a repoft he would give him a blow in the face. Complainant, however, said nothing but entered the e(lifice, When on the stairs leading to the gallery defendanl pushed him, and ill a scuttle which ensued, de' fendant put the complainant's head under his arØ; pummelled him, and scratched him like a cat. until his face was covered with blood. The young men were parted by a person named Henderson, wbO was going to the gallery at the time. Subsequently both men went home, and whilst on the roJ defendant challenged complainant to fight, but the latter said that lie had too much respect, for tbe Sabbath day to do such a thing. Complainant tlif" gave evidence bearing out the statement of his solicitors.—John Henderson, in his evidence, depose to luving seen complainant and defendant "shoving each other, and he at first thought they were "larking," but when lie saw Jones taking the coin' plainant's head under his arm and pummelling it he at once parted them. Thomas's father afterward5 came upon the sceae. When he (witness) went into his pew he found the congregation much disturbed. several persons going on the stairs to see what wø) the matter.—Complainant's father stated that wild3' sitting in his pew he heard his son shouting "Oh! all over the chapel, and fearing that the lad had fallen downstairs he went to see what was tUe matter, lie then saw his son on the staircase, hi$ face bleeding profusely. The defendant was leaving the chapel at the time, the scuftie being over.— Evans, for the defence, characterised the assault as very trivial affair. Both sides were to blame. go did not for a moment justify the conduot of tl1' defendant, but thought that the complainant 'L acted improperly in using threatening lanfYuag0 towards defendant on the previous sight.—A pers'• named Hugh Roberts, defendant's stepfather, stat^ that when he heard the noise on the staircase of the chapel he went out of his pew and asked the defendant what was the matter. Jones said that Thomas had rushed at him. There were scratches Oa the defendant's face. Jones went home, and whe" the service was over witness "anointed his face witb salt water (laughter).—The Bench thought tilst the best plan would be to bind the defendant over to keep the peace for twelve months, and to pay the costs of the case, which, includingf advocate's fee, amounted to X2 Vs 6d.
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