v- ONOE ONLT jjjjjjj IN FIVE YEARS. In deference to the expressed wishes of many friends •, the Directors have resolved that Life Proposals carried out in the current year shafl partici- pate in the next division of Profits. E RS ONS destrnts ertaking advantage of this privilege are invited to forward their Proposals to the Offices, or to any of the Company's Agents without delay. or The new Life Business Ðf this year is 65 PER CENT. ABOVE that if last year. tttttj ANTHONY DILLOAR. 'lCI'ehI'1 t. tJr. c. tWtmClAL INSURANCE COMPAHT. 1861. High Stred, WREXHAM. Strut, 77, Buchanan Strut, tQHDQN. GLASGOW. A PPLICATIONB for AGENCIES to the PEOVIN- CIAXi INSURANCE COMPANY are invited to be made on or before FRIDAY, the 13th NGYEM- BER fiext. when A Meeting of the Board will b held to consider the. same. A. DILLON, Secretary. ClIIEF OFFICES, "WBKXHAM. The Directors will entertain applications from reai- deals m country districts as well as from those in towns n^HE HANDSOME SHEET ALMANAC of the PRO. VINCIAL INSURANCE CO<v?- f A N Y, for 1864, designed by Messrs. Grant and Co. Ludgate-hill, London, will be forwarded on application to the Offices, or to any Agents of the Company. (Established 1852.)
AGENTS or THIS IMHTHICf or TBI ^BCVIWCIAL INSURANCE COMPANY, H WREXHAM. f ¡ ANGLESEY. L. Dew, Banker Beaaraarji—R. LI. Humphreys, Stanley Street Bodedern-—Richard Lewis, Druggist Holyhead—*Wm. Evans, British School » John Lewis, London House J. P. Medlicott, Banker Llanfechell—Thos. Williams, Assistant Overseer Uanerchymedd—J ohn Hughes, Clerk to Union Hugh Williams, Tanrallt Llangristiolu*—Bsv. David Hughes. Uanidaa—David Davies, Lord Boston's School. Llangefni—David Williams, Accountant. *) Pentraeth—Wo. Parry, Tanrallt f Tr^gaian—Owen Pritchard, Land Agent ■ CAERNARVONSHIRE. A ber—William Griffiths, Henfaes Ðangor-J. K. Douglas, Chronicle Office Thos. Foulkes, Solicitor J. Gregory, Diocesan Registry David Jones, Agent, Pron Square Meshach Roberts, Chemist Peter Williams, Merchant JJe"1eada—Richard Hughes, Ogwen Terrace John Jones, Draper Carparvon—Walter Hughes, Banker Wm, Turner, Wine Merchant vonway—Henry Jones, Bodidda if J. G. Jones, Solicitor if William Bridge, Gorphwysfa. Colwyn-Rev. David Davies, Berthya Hall Ebenezer—Wm. Rowlands, Draper Llanberia— John Davies, Hafodty ■ K. M. Williams. Royal Victoria Hotel Llandudno—David Williams, Rate Collector Ltangybi—Richaxd Jones, Registrar Uanfr ;rfechan—0. J. Owen, Brynyricnadd Office Nevin—Thomas and Jarrett Portmadoc—Robert Jones, Bank Place ■ "W m. Jones, Tallow Chandler J. Parry. Banker -0< •» Pieree, Banker Tanygroesj Conway—John Williams, Dra^ar i ^°rt Dinorwic—W. Hughes, Accountant ■ j Pwllheli—W. G, Caason, Bakk Roberts, Draper w'o. i18' G Williams, Accountant ■ unfawr —Ebenezer Morris, British School ■ AberarroT, « 9ARDIGANS31RE. ■ ayron-^Bcnjamm EvanB, Merchant ^^1 *Ynij Griffiths, Druggist ■ j Abery3twith—E. Davies, Draper ■ i C.M.Thomson, Banker H f Cardigan—Lancelot Lawther ■ í Newquay—W. James, Draper ■ Talybont-A. L. Lewis, Grooer, Morfa Berth I I DEN BIGHS EIRE. I I Abgrgele—A. F. Watta I I Wm. Ellis, Chemist I | Brymbo—W. J. Evans, National School I Coedpoeth—Ebenezer Edwards, Draper N Ii Chirk—Thos. H. Richards t Denbigh-Thos. Gee, Publisher N Samuel Sheaf, Banker t It Martin Smith, Park Street N Limgollen-Rdward Humphreys, Auctioneet AJanrwftt—J. R. Griffith, Solicitor *ijangerniew—Thomas Rogers, Stag Inn yjaodjTnog—Robert Williams, Registrar Wanaaintfiraid—John Evans, Draper = i lasmarmon Ceiriog-Richard Morr* j-r, Shopkeeper | f Hughes, Schoolmaster ^nwavoelas—John Roberts, Schoolmaster C. Edwards, Tanyclawdd i> Robert Lloyd, Stationer "wjw—Hugh Joom, fiark Cottage, Borthys m John Jones, Ajnnt —John M«nley, MUlsr T. Baugh, Auctioneer John Burjr, Atwmtalt John Clack, Clothier Arthur CMra> Accouot—^ < I s Thos. Haywood, Jeweller Hughes and Son, Booksellers Thomas Jones, Auctioneer John Morris, Grocer Edward Lovatt, Auctioneer. FLINTS HIRE. Bagillt—Michael Jones, Chemist Buckley—Jonathan Sharratt, Potter Dyserth (Rhyl)—David Rowlands, National School Flint-Isaac Taylor, Land Agent Thomas Gleave, Rose Cottage Halkyn—Peter Jones, Post Office Hawarden-R. Beavan, Little Mountain Holywell—Rev. E. Lloyd, Greenfield John Owen, Banker Kinmel-David Williams Llanddulas-J ohn Templeton, Pentregwyddel Quarries Mold—Thomas Jones, Cefnygader F. Musgrave, Banker John Roberts, Helieving Officer Meliden—Edward Gittens, Schoolmaster Northop—J. Astbury, Registry Office Newmarket—John Thomas, Albert House Overton-George Ashley Penyffrith-St. Asaph-Edward Lloyd Prestatyn—Edmund Hunt, General Dealer Rhyl-E. Powell Jones, Chemist John Lloyd, Estate Agent Thos. Sheffer, 7, Kinmel street St. Asaph—Chas. Mansbridge Talargoch, Rhyl—Wm. Smith Whitfbrd—Edward Evans, Pystyll Worthenbury—Wm. Bate, Post Office MERIONETHSHI RE. Bala-R. D. Edwards, Bank Accountant E. Evans, County Court Office Barmouth-Evan Evans, schoolmaster Cerrig-y-druidion-Elias Williams, Druggist Corwen—0. D. Hughes, Solicitor Robert Roberts, Postmaster Dolgelly—John Jones, Welsh Tweed Manufacturer Festiniog—Henry Jones, Llechrwd J. C. Pring, Bank David Williams, Cwmbowydd Liandderfel-Robert Thomas, Shopkeeper Llanbedr-Robert Griffith, Draper W. Lewis, Plumber Llandrillo—John Jones, Postmaster Town-M. M Jones, Chemist MONTGOMERYSHIRE, Abermabe, near Newtown—John Powell, Castle Dol- forwyn Cemmes-John Jones, National Schoolmaster Golfa, Welshpool-W. Withy Llanfyllin-M. L. Jones W. Jones, Clerk to Guardians Llanidloes-Evan Evans, Ironmonger W. Jones, Chemist Machynlletb- W. H. Larkin, Banker Montgomery-George Farmer, Land Agen Newtown-Richard Jones, N. P. Bank Hugh Roberts, Banker W. Turner, Ironmonger Pontrobert-Evan Griffith, Cynbinfa Welshpool-Hancook & Jones (Mr. Yearaley's Ollices) John Jones, Banker Wm. Fortune, Coed y Dinas
To be Sold. -Price £ 650. A PLANTATION, COTTAGE, and PADDOCK, called PEN-Y-VRON' about three miles from Mold, and near Coed Du and Rhyd-y-mwyn Iron Works. The Property measures about Seventeen Acres. The Mineral belongs to the Lords of Mold. Apply to Ralph Richardson, Esq., Cranford, Exmouth. V WANTED. WANTED, several COLLECTORS for the Flint, Holywell, and Mostyn Districts of Tolls. AllPersons applying for the above will be required to proluce a written character for honesty, &c Apply to Mr. Lloyd, Greenfield, near Holywell. Horses aud Carriages for Hire. OLD ANTELOPE INN, WELL STREET, J. HOLYWELL. RICHARD ELLIS RESPECTFULLY intimates that his Posting Department is now replete; and excellent and safe Saddle and Harness Horses may at all times be had, together with neat four-wheel'd and other Carriages. Charges strictly moderate. Excellent Accommodation for Travellers. WILLIAM OWENS, Saddler & Harness Maker, WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL. WO. respectfully announces that he has just re- • ceived a large assortment of Patent Enamelled Leather Leggings, and also Brown Tanned, of all sizes and patterns, suitable for Winter wear. HORSE CLOTHING of every variety COMPLETE. Leather Portmanteaus, Railway Wrappers, Waterproof Chaise Aprons, and Driving Capes, Single and Double Texture Mackintoshes, of the best ma- terial, made to order. SLATES. ON SALE, at Llanerohymor Lead Works, near Holywell, a large assortment of SLATES of the following qualities and sizes:— BEST BLUE. I STEIFBD. I INFERIOR. 22 in. by 12 in. 24.in. by 12 in. 24 in. by 12 in. 20 in. by 10 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 22 in. by 12 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 20 in. by 10 in. I 20 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 18 in. by 10 in. 16 in. by 10 in. 16 in. by 10 in. 1 16 in, by 8 in. For further particulars and prices apply at the Office of the above Works, or to Mr. HENRY WILLIAMS, Royal Hotel, Greenfield. J TO BE LET, ND entered,upon December 31st, 1863, all that A HOUSE AND SHOP, in Well-street, Holywell, heretofore occupied bv the widow of the late Mr Robert Winstanley, watchmaker. Apply to Mr. Hugh Williams, Bagillt-atreet, Holywell. BLACK SILKS. V PATTERNS POST FREE. The Novelties for the Season are the DRAP DE LYON. DAUPHINOISE. DRAP DE FRANCE. GROS DE LONDRES. ARMURE. These new makes of Silks are superior to any yet introduced. They are RICH, BRILLIANT, OF SOFT FINISH, MAY BB RELIED ON WB. WEAR, Being imported direct from Lyons, they will be charged 20 PER CENT. XJNDER REGULAR PRICES. GEORGE Aim ipnray JJEE, 2H, 24, 26, BASNETT-STIIEET, LIYKBPOOL. RAW BONE AND NITR0P#SPHATE MANURES, "V FOR GRASS, WHMT, 8SIg.) c. DA VIDBAILL AND Co., WAVERTON MANURE jftUBKS, CHESTITB, HAVING arranged with Mr. OWEN JONES to act as.thei|JH|lj^ &e Holywell District, would respect- fully solicit from the Landowners and Tenant Farmerfj^Htf&cfr wdera. The Bones and Manufactured Manures are pure and of Samples, Price Lists, &c., may bo bad on application to—. Mr OWES JOfjPpPanton Place, HolywreU 'f. MUSICAL CIRCULATING AND PRESENTATION LIBRARY, ON THE LONDON PRINCIPLES- » TERMS—Two Guineas per year, (for shorter periods in entitling the Subscriber to MUSIC to the amount of one half of the subscription. i.i, i' BOUCRER & CO, 27, -B R I THE NEWEST MUSIC DAILY FROM LONDON. Half Price for Cash including the NEW OPERAS OF BIANEA,_ -QUEEN T AZE) ROBIN HOOD, ETC., ETC., NEW ND SECOSD-HA'ND PIANOFORTES, HARMONIUMS, &c., In every variety, fodfale or Hire. INSTRUMENTS T A K E.W IN EXCHANGE. '!■> I iL *Q^URRAY'S PURE FLUID MAGNESIA O is recommended by Physicians since 1807, for t Bile, Additien, and Itadigestion.-They also order his t Cordial Camphor (3 grs. per oz.) as the best restorative for weak nerves, or low fevers-His Lemon Si/rup mixed with either Fluid, forms a brisk Aperient for any age-bottles Is. and 2s. 6d.—To guard against false liquids, the Patentees labels are subscribed Sir J. Murray, Pltysician to the Lord Lieut." Agent for Ifolvwell-MR. ROBERTS. CHEMIST. ^MICHAEL PARRY, Wholesale and Retail, TIMBER MERCHANT, SSIO) IF L I 3SJ" T 3 TT AVING now discharged a PRIME CARGO of XX very superior Timber, consisting of ELM RED and YELLOW PINE, BALKS, with PLANKS and LATH WOOD, &c., respectfully solicits orders for the same, which shall be immediately attended to, upon the most moderate terms. r» S: ^as a]f.0 eon8tantly in stock very superior OAK Timber, Slates, Laths, Boards, and other build- ing materia. l.- ——— ESTABLISHED, 1826, thomasTickers* NITROGEN ISKD BONE, BLOOD, AND ANIMAL CHARCOAL N A N V R B S, WORKS:—SANDBACH, CRBWE, CHESHIRE; HAZLEHEAD, PEN I STONE, near DON CASTER and MANCHESTER BONE MILLS. For further particulars and list of prices apply to MB. THOS. AOTBURY,GALCHOG, NOUTHOP, FLINT'S; Agent for North Wales. All Goode delivered Carriage Paid, in 1 cwt.. bags EDWARDS & ROBERTS, Wholesale and Retail Timber Merchants, HOLYWELL. EVERY description of British and Foreign Timber Boards, Planks, Laths, Felloes, Coffin-lx a"ds. &c., &c., always in stock. Also, BRICKS, &e. YARDS :—Dee Bank, BAGILLT, and Halkyn .t., IELOLTWELL. Timber valuations ectreetly made. G. LINDSEY, PORK, POULTRY, GAME, AND DAIRY PROVISION SALESMAN, No. 10, Skinners' Place, Leadenhall Market, LONDON, RESPECTFULLY solicits consignments, and to assure those who may favor him with GOODS for sale, that by strict attention and prompt letunis, to merit confidence, and give satisfaction. t,- RATS. RATS!! RATS! IMPORTANT & VALUABLE DISCOVERY. HARVEY'S method EXTERMINATES all the Lais on the Premises in ONE WEEK, without the use of Poisons, Traps, Dogs, or Ferrets, andeaves No Dead Rats in the Holes, Simple in its operation, Trifling in its expense, CERTAIN in its SUCCESS, permanent in its result. It has proved an IMMENSE BOON to hundreds o/ Farmers; is INVALUABLE to all Persons whose Lands or Premises are infested with these obnoxious and destructive Vermin; and is universally acknow- ledged to be the Greatest Success of the Day. Sent, post free, by the Inventor, on receipt of 30 Stampa AddresS-WILLIAM HARVEY, Wellington Road, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. TIIOMAS OWENS, Joiner, Builder, and Licensed Appraiser WHITFORD STREET, HOLYWELL GENERAL FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, New and second-hand Furniture of every des- cription always in Stock. Every description of Timber for building purposed, Laths, fire bricks, tiles See.—also Coffin Boards, and an assortment of Carnarvonshire Grave Stones and Tombs. Also NOW ON SALE,—Spring and other small Carts, Pheeton and Harness, small Gig aiid ditto, and a miscellaneous assortment of useflil articles. Water-closet and apparatus complete. Horse and Trap, lor TTire. j NJ-JEELE R AND WILSON is CELEBRATED LOCK-STITCH t SEWING MACHINES, WITH RECENT IMPROVRMUKTB T i | HEMS. | «^FEMS| OW Tucim G GATH^S. «T Bnni BaAxdr IT ComJ LONDON, 1862. PARIS, 1861. | OMMUOTION GRATU. f Machines carefWlr packed ant safe deliwy guaranteed to any pwt of the country. < Prospectus and Sftmplea sent to snyaddrew. 4 I;" ISDN HURDLES at WERN, near FLINT. nrso BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY the _I| following Iron and Wooden Hurdles: y r 288 Iron Park Hurdles 6 rails. H 1 HO Do. Do. 4 & 5 do. 224 Smaller Do. 2 do. 40 Wooden Do. For Price, apply to Mr. ISAAC TAYLOR, Lead Agent, FWNT. ti | FLINTSHIRE DISPENSARY, l VfOTICE IS riEREtti GIVEN, that the General i. l Annual Meeting of the Trustees, Benefactors, abd Subscribers to thc^above Charity, will take place at the Board Room of the Institution, Bagilit-street, Holywell, on Wednesday, the 27th day of January i|stsnt, at Twelve o'clock at Noon, for the purpose of auditing the Accounts for the past Year, for appoint- ing Officers for the ensuing Year, aAd for other general purposes relating to the Charity. EDWARD JONES, f Honorary Secretary. 1 Holywell, Dec. 30th, 1863. J I AGENTS WANTED V fOR a well known MANURE which commands a |L neady aale, is highly recommended by Customers fur several years, and sold carriage free Liberal terms givun. Address, B.C., 10, Pall Mall East, London. I f Kinah&n's Celebrated Old LL Whisky. ♦TTINAHAN'S LL WHISKY V. COGNAC 'JV. BRANDY.—This celebrated old Irish Whisky rivals the finest French Brandy. It is pure, mild, mellow, delicious,$nd very wholesome. Sold in ^bottles, 3s. 8d.—Observe the red seal, pink label, and I AQENT FOR HOLYWELL,— • THOMAS HUGHES, WINE & SPIRIT MERCHANT. SPREAD EAGLE IKN. f Old Wines and Spirits of the finest t description, in Sealed Bottles.. MESSRS. GABRIELS INVENTION. OSTEO E I D 0 N- PATENT, MARCH 1ST, 1862, No. 560. ABRIELIS Self-adhesive Patent Indestructible MTXERAL G TEETH and FLKXIliLK GUMS, without palates,, springs, or wires, and without t)i One set lasts a lifetime, and warranted for mastication a ru. articulation, even when all others fail. Purest materials oulr, at half the usual cost. MESSKS. GABRIEL, The Old Established Dentists, 27, HAELEI-STSEKT, CAVENDISH-SQUASH, AND 34, LTDOAIK-HM, LONDON, LIVERPOOL, 134, DtrKE-ST. BIRMINGHAM, 65, NEW STREET. ONLY ONE VISIT REQUIRED FROM COUNTRY PATIENTS. Complete Sets from 4 to 7, and 10 to 15 Guineas. GABRIEL'S PRACTICAL TREATISE ON ARTIFICIAL TEETH, and the only effectual mode of supplying them, (Post Free) explains their numerous improvements. Gabriel's new work should be read by all who value health and before consulting a dentist.—HERALD. In addition to their own 'nventions, Messrs. Gabriel supply with equal success, every known method, whether English French, or American, in Gold, Platina, Guttapercha, Incorrod- ible Soft Gum, Lentum, etc. Gabriel's Patent White Euamel, the only permanent stopping that does not discolour the teeth. Specially adapted for Front Teeth. WANTED WANTED, a steady young MAN, to take charge 0 a pair of Horses, and to make himself generally useful on a Farm. He must be a good Ploughman, and be able to give a reference as to character.— Enquire at Top-y-Fron, Flint. HOLYWELL TIMBER YARD. EDWARDS & ROBERTS BEG most thankfully to tender their grateful JO acknowledgements to their numerous patrons for the liberal support they have received as Timber Merchants, and avail themselves of this opportunity of intimating to their friends and the public generally that they have now added to their present business that of CONTRACTORS & JOINERS, and respectfully solicit the favor of public patronage in this department, assuring all parties who may honor them with their commands, that their orders shall at all times receive their best and immediate attention. Every description of Joiners' and Wheelwrights' work undertaken, either by day or contract, any Estimates for the erection and completion of every kind of Building forwarded on application. The most experienced and able workmen at all times employed. Starch Manufacturers to H. R. H. the Princess of Wales. A—' GLENFIELD PATENT STARCH, AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDAL, 1862. THIS TOMVAIXBD STARCH 18 USED IN THE ROYAL LAUNDRY, And pronounced by Her MAJESTY'S LAFNDKESP to be THE FINEST STARCH SHE EVER USKD. HER HAJBSTTTS LAOE DRESSER DECLARES IT TO BB THE BEST SHE HAS TRIED, AND THE ABOVS AWABS BY 80MB OF THE XOIT BKUTBNT 90UMTMO MM OF TBS AGB, Confirms ita supwiority. o,ralumn ft Co., Gxjuooir ABD LONDON rsr^j- EDUCATION. i Hope Cottage, Pen-y-maes, HOLYWELL, FLINTSHIRE, P- MRS,~AST £ E RESPECTFULLY announces that th«a»ea of berv establishment will be resumed sftw tfijfg?hnstmas Vacation, on Monday the 25th JanuHay, 18$%^ Terms, &c., may be had on application, fv > Jan. 1st, 186.. u • } z,- i-, Grammar and iCommereiftl Sdiool, BEYNPORD HOUSE, HofcY-VYELL. School be Re-O]^^ Jan. 1st, 1864. PERTHYTERFYN COTTAGE, Boarding and Day School. is HOLYWELL. MRS. M. VICKERS RESPECTFULLY announces that her School will be Re-opeued on Monday, the 25th of January 1864. Chapel Street, Holywell, THE MISSES JONES' BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL. WILL be Re-opcned on Wednesday, the 20th, day fT of January, 1864. b Jan. 1st, 1864. CLAREMONT COTTAGE, HOLYW MLI- MRS. THOMAS JONES begs respectfully to intimate that her School will be re-opened on the 18th JANVABY instant. l BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL, GREENFIELD LODGE, HOLYWELL. V THE MISSES SWINDELLS beg to intimate that the duties of their School will be resumed January 25th, 1864. THE MISSES WHITEHOUSE RESPECTFULLY announce that their Boarding and Day School will be re-opened on WEDNES- DAY, JANCAEY 20th, 1864. January 8tb, 1864. MR. J. M FIELD, Professor of Jfwie, and Organist of the Parish Church, HOLYWELL, BEGS respectfully to intimate that he receives D Pupils for the Pianoforte, Organ, and Harmonium. Terms on an Agency*; in connectiojf^fith"hjs fathers estaElis^! ment at Blackburn, for the sale of Pianofortes, Harmoniums, Sheet Music, and every other Article connected with the Music Trade, and solicits an inspection. Sheet Music at Half-price. Pianos repaired and tuned by the year, or otherwise. CLAKEMONT COTTAGE, Holywell, Oct. 21st, 1863. READ the Naw Medical Work entitled DEBILITY, ITS CAUSE AND.CURE, or a Warning Voic to Young Men on the Cure of Nervous Debility, Loss of Memory, Dimness of Sight, Lassitude, indigestion: Dislike to Society. Local Weakness, Muscular Relaxation, Languor, Listlessness, Depression, &c., which, if neglected, result in Consumption, Insanity, and premature death. This work is illustrated with hundreds or cases and tesimonials from patients, showing clearing the treatment by which they were cured; with plain directions for perfect restoration to health and vigour. Sent post-free to any address, on receipt of a directed envelope, enclosing two postage-stamps. Addresf • Messrs. SMITH, 8, Burton-crescent, Tavistock-square London W.C. V Consultation by Letter without Fee. MESSRS. SMITH will, for the benefit of persons differing from NERVOUS DEBILITY, &c., on receiving a rtescvipton of their cases (enclosing a stamped directed envelope for reply) send a written opinio. 1 with advice and directions for the most successful treatment and cure. Address Messrs. SMITH, 8, Burton-crescent, London, W.C.. A CURE TO BE HAD fR A TRIFLE J.-1 BY HOLLO WAY'8 OINTMENT. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, and Ulcerations of all kinds. The cure of ulcers has won for Holioway'f Ointment an imperishable reputation, as this healing Ointment will restore any case however bad to soundness Many bad legs arise from imprudences, happening several years before and almost for- gotten if, then, there he any doubt as to the origin of the sores, the patient should read carefully what is written on secondary symptoms in the Book of Directions, as those sores never heal soundly until the systen has undergone a thorough course of Holloway's purifying Pills. Coughs, Colds, Sore Throats, Diptherja and Bronchitis. Any of the above ailments may be quickly cured if the Ointment be well and effectually rubed into the neck arul chest twice a day, leaving the parts constantly covered with a rag spread with the preparation if this treatment be adopted promptly, in six hours it will effectually stop the most al aim in 3 symptoms. It must be evident that an outward application applied to the seat of the disorder must be more effectual than any that can be taken by the mouth Holloway's Pills should be used according to the directions in orderto subdue irritation, inflammation or fever. Youthful Indiscretion. How many poor women suffer from the indiscretion o husbands—which results in bad legs, swellings, loss of health, and rheumatism-as they suppose—although it is nothing of the kind-but the effect of a certain disease taking hold of the system-no ordinary medicine can cure them, because the dis- ease has sunk deeply into their constitution. Children often have sores, and bad heads, which do not heal, for the reason that contamination occurred before their birth. Let all who may suffer from such causes have recourse to the purifying and healing 1 roperties of these wonderful Ointment and Pills, observing carefully what is said in the book of directions on Secondary Symptoms, .which, if strictly followed, will effect any cure of the kind, but it will be a work of a little time. Both the Ointment and Pills should be used in the following -mm Bad Legs Bad Breasts Bums BunionB Bite of Moschetoes and Sand Fiee Coco-bay Chiego-ioot Chilblains Chapped hands Corns (Softl Cancers Contracted and 81ft Joints Elephantiasis Fistulas Gout Glandular Swellings Lumbago Plies Rheum atieam Scalds Sore Nipples Sore-throats Skin-diseases Scurvy Sore-heads Tumours Ulcers Wounds Yaws Sold at the Establishment of PXOPESSOB OLLOWAY, BMf. Strand, (near Temple Bar,) London; and all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines, throughout the civilised world, at the following prices :-I I lid.. 28 8d., 4s. 6d., lis 22s., and S3s„ each Pot. •.•There is e considerable saving by taking the larger sixes N.B.—Directions for the guidance of patients in very disoder arc ai&xed t* each Pot.
HOLYWELL Cowry COURT, This Court was held on Saturday Williams, Esq., Judge. < There were no of any pptiflular intereet brought before the .y shop debts. wwi«n Thomas John Evans.—-Thia was an action sought to roower payment forthwith of a tuta kof £450, due for jeseral provision*. The order as ad. applied for was granted. t>. Haughton. (DM.) RfaUL, claimant, v. Phillips, execution creditor. (Interpleader.) Mr. Ellis Eytofl appeared for Mr. Heala, of Wigan, to oppose application for payment out of court of & r £ 30 and costs in these action*, Okder the^ fol- lowing circumstances. One Philips hsd recovered a judgment in. this cou&against the defendant Haughton a coal master at Flint,-upon which execution had issued, and certain goods seized by the High Bailiff, which were claimed by Mr. Heald, by virtue of & bill of sale from HaughtoS. interpleader damons jwaS'boosequently issued to try lite validity i^ thfr-eKui, which waa.head before Mr. Davies, as deputy to the late Judge, when AStee&ia appeared for the claimant, and Mr. Adams of Ruthin, for the execution creditor. In order to prove the due registration of the bill of sale Mr. Ashton put in a certificate thereof, under tie hand of the Clerk of the Docquets of the Court of Queen's Bench, and also under the seal of the Court, to which Mr. Adams ob- J'ected, on the ground that the proper evidence should tave been an office copy of the whole bill of sale, and of the affidavit verifying it. The learned Judge adopted that view, and gave judgment for the exeou- tion creditor; against which the claimant appealed, but the attorneys differing as to the mode of stating the case much delay had taken place, and ultimately motion was made at the last court for payment of debt and costs out, which stood over to this court for the claimant to shew cause against, and Mr. Eyton now appeared for that purpose. He stated that he opposed the application on the ground that thruogh the technicalities of law there had been a failure of justice on the former trial, and he was therefore instructed now to move for leave to apply for a new trial, firstly :-Ou the ground that the claimant was taken by surprise by the objection of the creditor to the proof of registration, it having been misunderstood that the objection was to the bona fide of the transaction which the claimant was prepared to substantiate. In an ordinary action if the plaintiff failed in his proof he-was merely nonsuited and could try the cause again but there was no such analogous course in an interpleader case, and if in such cases the 1 claimant, however good his claim might be, failed in any technical point he lost his case absolutely, and had no right to try again, unless the court granted hiia a new trial. In this case it could not be said that there was no evidence of registration, inasmuch as the certificate coupled with the putting in of the original with proof of the identity amounted to some evidence, and as the claim of the claimant was a perfectly valid one he felt justified in asking the court to grant a new trial, upon which the omission at the first trial could be repaired. The creditor would not be damaged by this course if his case were a just one, inasmuch as the debt and coats were already in court, and the claimant was running the risk of double costs on a second trial. The Registrar stated that Mr. Heald, the claimant, was himself an attorney, and had been represented by another advocate at the hearing. His Honor observed that Mr. Heald had very strong grounds for an action for negligence aganst himself for not procuring the proper proof, as it was quite clear that the judgment of the court was right on this Eyton concurred in this, and said thatKt^wp. peal against it would be idle. He then went on to move upon a second ground, viz That the claimant was taken by surprise by the evidence of the bailiff on the hearing, that there was no one at all in possession of the goods, and such seemed to have been assumed by the court, whereas the fact was that the claimant had been long in possession of all the goods comprised in his bill of sale, before the seizure under the execu- tion, the effect of which would be thus. Any man in possession of goods could defend that possession against any one not having a better title than him- sglf. The execution cr. ditor could net possibly have such better title, unless he showed that the goods had passed from the defendant Haughton, to the claimant in an improper or illegal manner That he had not shown, therefore the possession by the plaintiff was amply sufficient without any proof of any bill of sale at all, until some better title was shown. The mere finder of a ruLy ring has sufficient property in it as against a wrong doer who takes it from him, to recover back its possession. Upon this ground he also applied for leave for a new trinl. His Honor said that on the first grourd he was decidedly and unhesitatingly againstgranting-tbe appli- cation, as it was no ground for enew trial that evidence had not been brought to the first which might have been so brought. As to the second grounditnadmoTe weight and force, and he would grant the application upon chat only. The motion to be made upon proper notice of affidavit at the next court. Money not to be paid out in the meantime without order.
0 HolyweIl.-On Wednesday the 6th and Thursday the 7th inst., Mr. P. M. Evans, publisher, of this town, treated those employed by him, about 40 in number, to dinner and tea at his residence, which were in every way sumptuously served by the lady of the house. On the 6th the elder members of the estab- lishment were entertained, and on the 7th the younger ones. Several toasts were given, such as the Queen the Prince and Princess of Wales; the President—Mr. Evans Mrs. Evans and family; the relatives of the family; Welsh literature, and several others. Speech, s were made by the vice-president—Mr. Wm. JoneE, foreman, and other gentlemen present. In reply to the hearty expressions of thanks for the entertainment, Mr. Evans remarked that it gave him great delight <0 meet such a number of friends around his table. He was sorry that all could not be entertained together owing to the size of the room. However, though they could not all meet together, they should all meet with a hearty welcome. He had heard the terms "master" and" workmen" used by several speakers present, which were not very pleasing to him; such terms had a grating sound in his ear, and he would much prefer other and such terms that indicated a closer alliance, and a more sympathetic connection be- tween himself and them. He did not regard himseli as being elevated to a great distance above them, but, on the contrary., he felt that they should regard each other with feelings of equality, arising from their ccn- fidence in him, and his in them. Providence certainly had placed him at the head of the establishment, still, he was but a co-worker with them in the business. He it was on whom fell the work of thinking, contriving, and, so to say, bringing corn to the mill, and they, on the other hand, carried forward the work. And, with respect to their part of the work, he could assure them that he always placed the fullest confidence in them. If on an hour's notice he were called from home, he had no need of leaving this and that order and direc- tion to them, but always felt happy i.i knowing that they were men each of whom knew well his duty and did it, so that he (Mr. E.) on returning never vet found the confidence he placed in them in anywise betrayed. Nothing gave him more pleasure than to see all in food spirits, with cheerful countenances, and manly eartiness; nor, on the other hand, did anything pain him more than to see any one of them unhealthy, desponding, or spiritless. He wished them all a happy new year, and hoped soon again to meet them at bis table. The proceedings were brought to a close by three well merited and hearty cheers for Mr. and Mrs, Evans for their handsome entertainment, #
THE PRINCESS OF WALES. FBOQMORB, WKDNBSDAT, 11.80 A.M. The rebovery of her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales Is proceeding uninterruptedly. The infant Prince is perfectly well. The limes say, the infant priaoe, though oaiy a seven months' child, weighed nine pounds at its birth.