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PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. A GRAND BAZAAR AND SALE OF FANCY WORK WILL BE HELD IN THE NEW ASSEMBLY HALL, HOLYWELL, During the first fortnight of the month of JUNE, 1884. The proceeds to be devoted to the purchase of the Freehold and the renovation of the ENGLISH CONGREGATIONAL CHAPEL, Holywell. Contributions will be thankfully received by REV. OWEN THOMAS, M.A., PASTOR. MR. HENRY JUDD, TREASURER. MB. THOS. H. WATERHOUSE rr„v MR. P. HARDING ROBERTS ) ±10N' aECS' Further particulars will shortly appear. MARCH, 1884. LIVERPOOL & MOSTYN. The fast-sailing steamer "SWIFTSURE," ROBERT LOWE, Master; Fitted up specially for the station, will ply between LIVERPOOL & MOSTYN, leaving North end of the Prince's Landing Stage, and Mostyn (weather permitting) with libertv to tow, as under:- DATE.. From LIVERPOOL. From MOSTYN. 8 Saturday 7 0 a.m 10 Monday 10 30 11 Tuesday 8 0 a.m 12 "Wednesday 11 0 a.m 13 Thursday. 9 Oa.m. 14 Friday 11 30 a.m 15 Saturday 10 30 a.m 17 Monday i o 18 Tuesday 12 0 noon 19 Wednesday 3 15 p.m 20 Thursday 2 0 p.m 21 Friday. 3 30 p.m 22 Saturday 2 30 p.m 24 Monday 8 30 a.m 25 Tuesday.. 7 30 a.m 26 Wednesday 9 30 a.m 27 Thursday 8 30 a.m 28 Friday 11 0 a.m 29 Saturday 9 30 a.m 31 Monday 1 0 P-m Heavy Goods received at Chester Basin, near St. George* Baths, for Mostyn Daily at 8 30 to 10 0 a.m. and as under- March 12th. 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 14th, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 19th, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 21st, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.; 26th, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 28th, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. FARES—FORE CABIN, Is. Gd. AFTER CABIN, 2s. 6d. RETURN SAME DAY, 2s. Od. 3s. Od. Light Goods received at Prince's Landing Stage an hour before the time of sailing. The Steamer not to be held responsible for non-sailings. Steamer not accountable for damage or injury to Horses, Carriages, or any Live Stock. Goods when landed are entirely at the risk of the consignees. Passengers taken on board and landed at New Brighton on notice being given to the Pier Master there. Tickets not transferable. Children Six to Twelve, Half fare. Special arrangements for Pic-nic, School parties, &c. Refreshments on Board. IAAN I..lli Uoval IHatl STEAMERS to UNITED STATES & CANADA. FROM LIVERPOOL. PARISIAN. FOR HALIFAX & PORTLAND, Mar. 27 CIRCASSIAN..FOR HALIFAX & BALTIMORE, .Apr. 3 NOVA SCOTIAN FOR HALIFAX & BALTIMORE.. Apr. 8 POLYNESIA-NFon HALIFAX & PORTLAND.. Apr. 10 PERUVIAN .FOR QUEBEC Apr. 17 8ARMATIAN ..FOR QUEBEC Apr. 24 HANOVERIAN.FOR QUEBEC Apr. 24 OCEAN RATES: Saloon, 12 TO 21 GUINEAS Intermediate, C7 1%. STEERAGE, P,4 4s. Through tickets at special rates to Chicago, and to all points in the Western States and Canada. IJGT NOTE.-The best, quickest and cheapest route for Manitoba and the Great North West is by the Mail Steamers of this Line. Quebec to Winni- peg only £ 2 8s. by the New Route of the Canadian Pacific Railway. ASSISTED PASSAGES to HALIFAX are granted to GENERAL LABOURERS, MECHANICS, &c., for Y,4, and to AGRICULTURISTS, AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS, and FEMALE DOMESTIC SERVANTS for JES and Througl to Inland points in Canada at Special Rates. 1W Passengers landing at Quebee, Halifax or Portland and going inland are accompanied on the Railway by the Company's special conductor. PAMPHLETS on Canada and Manitoba and the Western States free on application. Full particulars from ALLAN BROTHERS & CO., JAMES STREET, LIYERPOOI OR TO— THOMAS BALES, Eyton Terrace Flinfc. REDUCED FARES TO AMERICA. BEAVER LINE. "k Weekly Sailiugs^from LIVERPOOL ^QVBENSTOWN STEEEAGK FARE, £ 3 10A Od. TO QUEBEC, BOSTON, OR NEW YORK. SALOON FARE TO QUEBEC OR MONTREAL, Rio 10s. Od. 4w Assisted Passages to Canada, £ 3. Passengers booked to all parts of Canada and the United States at Low Rates. For further particulars, and to secure Berths, apply to R. W. ROBERTS, Manager Canada Shipping Co., 21, Water Street, R°HUMPHREYS, 8, DCRBY RIAC°. Ilook R„AD, D.CMOEFIAN, CH»PD I THE GREAT PERIODICAL SALE. i, ♦ £ 1000 WORTH OF MEN AND BOYS' READY-MADE CLOTHING ON SALE AT THE | ALBERT HOUSE, HOLYWELL. -:0:- ALSO A GREAT DISPLAY OF £ NEW GOODS FOR THE SPRING TRADF j. Comprising the Newest Novelties to be found in London, Manchester, and Glasgow Markets. ROBEFT"LLOYD I HAS VERY GREAT PLEASURE IN INFORMING THE PUBLIC GENERALLY OF HIS RETURN FROM THE MARKETS, WHERE he made an immense purchase for the Spring Trade. HE IS NOW SHOWING AN ELEGANT STOCK OF t Ladies' Millinery Goods, Straw Hats, Mantles, Shawls, Ribbons, Gloves, Hosiery, AND a full line of Men and Boys' Ready-made Clothing, &c. &c. :0: JJ- JUST OPENED, A New Stock of Melt AND YOUTHS' Felt Hats, at IS. 6d., 2S., 2S. 6d., 3S. 6d., 4S. 6dl '0' — Gents' Suits made to order on short notice, for JQ1 i2s. 6d., £ 2 2S., £ 2 10S., FIT GUA RANTEED. AGENT FOR GEORGE WRIGHT &' SONS, DYERS TO THE QUEEN. ¡ ROBERT LLOYD, Proprietort PIN" • ■ ———-— >V ESTABLISHED, 1812. :0: ,¡ PROCTOR AND R Y L A N D ORIGINAL MANUFACTURERS OF PREPARED BONE MANURES, FOR ROOTS, CORK AND GRASS, ALSO, t SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME, ? 7 ¥ -'0'- WORKS-CHESTER AND BIRMINGHAM. ( :o: Detailed List, with particulars of Prizes for Roots offered in 1884, post free. A Mr. James Russell, Brimstage, Birkenhead. Mr. William Lea, Cranage, Holmes Chapel. Mr. Henry Manley, Aston, Nantwich. Mr. J J. Bancroft, Ruthin. Mr. Godfrey Parry, Llansaintffraid, Corwen. Mr. Joseph Lloyd, Miller, St. Asaph. Mr. T. W. I>avenport, Corn Merchant, "Wrexham. Mr W. Griffiths, Cross Keys, Chirk. Mr W. Griffiths, Cross Keys, Chirk. Mr. George Cross, Sandiway, Northwich. Mr. William P. Jones, Ironmonger, Mold. Mr. Peter Jones, Corn Merchant, Halkyn, Holywell. Mr. A. H. Thompson, Sandbach. MR. WILLIAM JONES, NANT GWILYM, BODFARI, RHYL, £ MESSRS J. AND E. JONES, BRYNSION, CAERWYS, HOLYWELL. MR. HOBCRT ITOBCRTS, TANRHIW, GROES, PCNBIGH. MR. JOHN HUGHES, LLEWELYN TERRACE, LLANRWST. • ^—7 > V BEETROOT V. SKIN DISEASE IN DOGS. SPIRAMTEAT T"FIB'RIS NE" VEPGETAABLETENT DOG CAKES (WITH BEETROOT). SINCE WE REVOLUTIONISED THE MODE OF DOG FEEDING OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO BY INTRODUCING MEAT DOG BISCUITS WE HAVE BEEN CONSTANTLY JR experimenting with the view of still further improving our celebrated V PATENT MEAT "FIBRINE" DOG CAKES, < More especially with the view of obviating the objection raised to all Meat Biscuits-viz., the want of sufficient vegetable matter in them. We found by frequent experi- ments with all kinds of vegetables, that beetroot was the only one which retained its vegetable properties under the great heat of biscuit baking. BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS! ¿ SEE EACH CAKE IS STAMPED "SPRATT'S PATENT" AND A "X." DOG MEDICINES AND DOG SOAP. I Full List and Pamphlet on Dog Diseases, Post Free. SPRATT'S PATENT, BERMONDSEY, S.E. "ONE OF THE BEST Of All AlCGHOLlC STIMUrArITSl; BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL" ON WHISKY t Ileunder-mentioned "Castle Grand" WHISKIES have been SELECTED FTOATF A W & A Gilbey's Stock of 10,000 Butts, as the choicest specimens of OLD SCOTCH MIDI Irish Whiskies. ? amcnax WALS | CASTLE GRAND" SCOTCH WHISKY) "O™ "O™" F FINE HIGHLAND MALT WHISKY VERY OLD ( 3/6 43/ » 10 PER CENT UNDER PROOF T| GRAND" IRISH WHISKY ) I FINE DUBLIN MALT WHISKY VERY OLD 3/0 4&F 10 PER CENT UNDER PROOF 1 £ S- LFT—*1 BOTTLFL SHOULD BEAR W & A GILBEY'S GOLD LABEL AND CAPSULE WITH) | PATENT SEAL ON CORK AS IN MARGIN, AND SIGNATURE ON SIDE OF CORK THUS— J P) J ■ K OSTAHED FROM W & A GILBEY'S AGENTS IU EKBY TIIWS !N THE UNITED KINGDMT | *^7"" RENOWNED REMEDIES. | • t [HOLLOWAY'S PILLS&-DlN iT 'low L' t THE PILLS I A PURIFY THE BLOOD, CORRECT ALL DISORDERS OF TTIE LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, AND BOWELS. THEY INVIGORATE AND RESTORE TO HEALTH DEBILITATED CON' TITUTIONS. N:D ARC IR.VA'UIILILC II. ALL COMPLAINTS' INCIDENTAL TO FEMALES OF ALL AGES. I'OR CHILDREN RAID THE THEY ARC PRICELESS. THE OINTMENT • | Is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Old Wounds, Sons and Uk rs. It is famous flip*. Gout and Rheumatism. FOR DISORDERS OF THE CHEST IT HAS NO JCQ/'JAIL. FOR SORE THROATS, BRONCHITIS, COUGHS, COLDS, H Glandular Swellings, and all Skin Diseases it has no rival and for contracted and stiff joints it actt>V{ like a charm. MANUFACTURED^ONLY~ARTHOMA7^IOLLO^Y^^STABLISHMENT, FT j8, NEW OXFORD STREET (late 533, OXFORD STREET), LONDON, And are sold at IS- 2s- 22s-r and 33J-. each Box or Pot, and may be had of all '-•? *na al Medicine Vendor throughout the World. i X,B.-AAvioo Grata, at the above address, daily, between the houra of 11 and 4, or by letter, il v O 11f" YS v HOLYWELL SCHOOL BOARD. •:o: FINANCIAL STATEMENT. THE District Auditors Act, 1879 (42 Vic., C. 6). Statement of Receipts and Expenditure by the Holywell School Board for the Year ended the 29th day of SBPTKUBKB, 1833.. ■ ■■ :o; RECEIPTS. .t To Balance on 29th Sept., 1882 7 0 6 GRANTS FROM THE COFLXMITTEE OF Council on EDUCATION 471 4 0 PAYMENTS made to the Treasurer by Rating Authorities. 915 0 0 ¡U SCHOOL FEES 182 12 0 800 0 0 «rtting f^rofUer-^rrrr- A/4. t, n towards Pirise Fund from John Roberts, Escb,) X-F 10 0 0 ————— 10 0 0 < ( V; £2385 16 6 EXPENDITURE. I.-Expeme8 of Administration :— I s. d. 4 s. d. Bv Salaries of Officers of the Board 107 2 0 „ Legal and other Expenses of Administration. 38 9 1 146 11 1 2.—Expenses of Maintenance of PuIJI; ntrr Schools By Salaries ofTeachers 726 10 6 Books, App,tw and Stationery 60 9 6 Fuel, Light, & Cleaning, and Replacement of Furniture, and Repairs to Buildings and Fur- niture 201 17 1 Rents, Rates, Taxes, and Insurance 12 3 1 991 0 2 3.-Capital Charges By Purchase of Land, and Erection, Enlarge- ment, or Alteration of School Buildings 807 8 2 807 8 2 4 .-Loam By Repayment of Principal of Loans. 96 5 8 Interest on Loans 303 7 6 399 13 2 Total Expenditure, viz., 1, 2, 3, and 4, as above 2343 12 7 By Balance on 29th Sept. 1883, in hands of Treasurer 42 3 10 ————— 42 3 10 £238.) 16 5 MEMORANDUM. £ s. d. JB s. d. Total Expenditure as above t. I I 2343 12 7 Deduct- I.-Parliamentary Grants 471 4 0 2.—Capital Charges met by Loans 807 8 2 1278 12 2 Net Expenditure to be certified for the purposes of the above Act 91066 0 6 OUTSTANDING LIABILITIES OF THE BOARD AT THE END OF THE TEAR. z s. d. >V.. Loans for Public Works Loan Commissioners outstanding. 8497 5 0 Other Loans outstanding. 472 13 9 '• Other Liabilities 200 0 0 ■■ "X odru* fy that this Account has been examined and passed by the School Board as provided by Sec. 17 of the Aot 36 and 37 Vic. o. 86. J. KERFOOT EVA1VS, Chairman. E. M. EVANS, Clerk to the School Board. Eighth day of October, 1883. I hereby certify that I have compared the entries in the above Statement with the Vouchers and other Documents relating thereto, and that the regulations with respect to such Statement have been duly complied with. I hereby further certify that I have ascertained by Audit the correctness of such Statement, and that the total amount Expended as above by the School Board daring the year ended the 29th day of September, 1883, and allowed by me at the Audit, is JE2343 12s. 7d., and that the Expenditure for the purposes of the Act 42 Vic. c. 6, and allowed by me, is L1065 0S. 5d. As witness my hand this 22nd day of MABCH, 1884. EDWARD MORGAN, District Auditor. ^m MARBLE & LIMESTONE QUARRY, PANTASAPH, NEAR HOLYWELL. MONUMENTS, TOMBS, HEAD STONES, GATE POSTS, WINDOW SILLS AND HEADS, STEPS, COPING, &c. MONUMENTS AND TOMB STONES, &o., In Granite and Foreign Marble. IMPERISHABLE METAL LETTERS. PBICES ON APPLICATION TO— A LANGDON, ST. WINEFRIDE'S HOUSE, WELL STREET, HOLYWELL. -"180. FOR THE BLOOD IS THE LIFE.: WORLD FAMED oral -_c.- TRADZ NLmx:Il BLOOD MIXTURE." THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER AND RESTORER. For cleansing and clearing the blood from all impurities cannot be too highly recommendqd. For Scrofula, Scurvy, Skin Diseases, and Sores of all kin it is a never-failing and permanent cure. It Cures old Sores. Cures Ulcerated Sores on the Neck. Cares Ulcerated Sore Legs. Cures Blackheads, or Pimples on the Face. Cures Scurvy Sores. Cures Cancerous Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular Swellings. Clears the Blood from all impure Matter, From whatever cause arising As this mixture is pleasant to the taste, and warranted free rom anything injurious to the most delic ite constitution of lither sex, the Proprietor solicits sufferers to give it a trial 0 test its value. Thousands of Testimonials from all parts. old in Bottles 2s. 6d. each, and in Cases, containing six imes the quantity, I Is. each-sufficient to effect a permanent ure in the great majority of long-standing cases throughout he world, or sent on receipt of 30 or 132 stamps by rFF LINCOLN & MIDLAND COUNTIES DRUG CC lybolesa e All Patent Medicine Hosnes. BRYANT &. MAY'S MATCHES PORTANT TO BUTTER MAKERS. SAVES TIME, LABOUR AND MONEY! TOMLINSON & CO'S BUTTER POWDER i (ESTABLISHED 25 YEARS.) FOR PRODUCING GOOD BUTTER ALL THE YEAR ROUND. THIS Powder produces superior Butter at all seasons of the year, Firmer, Sweeter, and in less time than by any other process. It entirely removes all unpleasant flavour of Cake, Turnips, Mangolds, Dead Leaves, Wild Garlic, &c. A little put into the Milk will greatly increase the yield of Cream. Brings Butter in a few Minutes at all Seasons. f- This Powder is perfectly harmless, and when it is used the Butter will keep twice the length of time than when made without it, or with any other preparation. Sold in Boxes, 6d., Is., 2s. 6d., and 7s. 6d. sample Boxes, the Is., 2s. 6d., and 7s. 6d. sizes sent, Parcels Post Paid, on receipt of amount in Stamps. Sole Manufacturers,— TOMLINSON & HAYWARD, LINCOLN. TESTIMONIAL. From Mrs. HACKETT, Hallgote's Farm, Cropston, Leicestershire. I have used Tomlinson & Co's Butter Powder in my Dairy for more than 19 years, and have seldom been without a supply during that period I always use it when Butter making, and find it answer every purpose it is recommended for. It removes all strong tastes from the Butter caused by Cows eating Turnips. Cakes, Mangolds, Dead Leaves, or Bitter Herbs, it also greatly shortens the time of Churning, making it a pleasure when it would otherwise be a labour and when this excellent Powder is nsed, I am assured the Butter is firmer, sweeter, and better than when made without it during all seasons of the year. In hot weather it is invaluable. BENSON'S WORKMAN'S SILVER ENGLISH LEVER. 7- £5 5s. OD. SPECIALLY MADE TO KEEP PERFECT TIME. gTAND ROUGH WEAR and LAST A LIFETIME. IN ALL SIZES. c APPED, JEWELLED, and i LL LATEST IMPROVEMENTS, Delivered safe and free to all parts on receipt of Y,5 5s. Od. BY J W. BENSON, THE STEAM FACTORY, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C. Illustrated lists of Watches from 12 2s., to jE200 free. Agents, Secretaries of Societies, foremen, and others, required to establish Watch Clubs for the above. J TO THE INHABITANTS OF MOSTYN 'T L AND DISTRICT. HUMPHREY JfBES, BUTCHER, &c, PENYBALL, AND HOLYWELL MARKET HALL, BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Mosjittn and A/ District OPEN ^BUTCHER'S iSIOP, j. LLIFPPI? MOSTYL^T ON SAJYILIAY, ? The Shop will bo OPENED every Saturday after that date, and the Stock will comprise Meat of the best quality to be had in the market sold at the lowest possible prices. Publio patronage is respectfully invited. KING'S ARMS HOTEL STABLES, HIGH STREET, HOLYWELL. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION FOR ENTIRE HORSES FOR THE SEASON. Spacious macadamised Yard and every convenience. JAS. AINSCOUGH, PEOPEEETOE. THE ST. WINIFRED /ERATED WATER COMPANY, LIMITED. 7o be Incorporated underlie Companies Arts' i86z to 1880. Capital ^3,000 in 3,000 Shares of £ 1 each, Payable 2S. 6d. on Application, and 7s. 6d. per Share on allotment, and the Balance if required in Calls at intervals of not less than three months. DIEECTOES ENOCH LEWIS, Esq., Mostyn Quay, Mostyn. JOHN PRICE, Esq., Liverpool. SAMUEL JONES, Esq., Holywell, North Wales. G. MAELOR EVANS, Esq., The Strand, Holywell. EDWARD JONES, Esq., T.C., Birkenhead. BANKERS: THE NORTH AND SOUTH WALES BANK LIMITED, HOLYWELL. SOLICITORS Messrs. P. M. EVANS AJ?D R. J. WILLIAMS, HOLYWELL. ATTOEIOBS Messrs. BOOSTS. PRICE & Co., NORTH JOSCN STREET, LIVERPOOL. SECRETARY (PRO TEM). WILLIAM THOMAS COLE. REGISTERED OFFICE .-—HOLYWELL, V NORTH WALES. PROSPECTUS: This Company is formed to take over and carry on an established and extensive Mineral Water Manufactory, situated in Holywell, North Wales, together with plant, machinery, and all the necessary appurtenances for the successful and profitable pro- secution of this business in all its branches. Of late an enormously increased demand has sprung up for high-class non-alcoholic beverages, and as much depends on the nature of the water from which such beverages are manufactured, this property is eminently calculated to maintain and extend the good reputation it already enj oys for the excellence of its products, the water used being that obtained from the Holy Well, at Holywell, North Wales, and which is admitted by scientific opinion to be the equal of, or superior to any other spring in the principality. Owing to the increasing demand above referred to, an increase in the Stock-in-Trade is necessitated, and also additions to machinery, involving a small outlay of capital. The property, which is leasehold for 21 years, renewable at expiration, has been obtained on most advantageous terms, and the vendor retains a con- siderable interest in the concern. The purchase consideration for the Good Will. Stock, Horses, Carts, Machinery, Lease, Cases, Hampers, Bottles, etc., on the premises and in customers' hands is One Thousand and Fifty Pounds. Besides the trade already established, steps have been taken to insure a large connection in Liverpool, Manchester, Chester, and other populous centres. The Company's manufactures include Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Soda, Potass, Seltzer, Lithia,Waters, and Cordials. The only contract entered into is one dated November 24th, 1883, between R. JOKES (the Vendor) and P. M. EVANS and R. J. WILLIAMS, acting for and on behalf of the Company. Applications for shares on the form herewith will be received by the Bankers and Secretary of the Company. Prospectuses and application forms can be obtained from the Bankers, and Solicitors, and Copy of the Contract can be seen at the Registered Office of the Company. J^ WONDERFUL MEDICINE. BI:ECHAM'S PILLS Are admitted by Thousands to be worth a GUINEA A Box for Bilious and Nervous Disorders, such as wind and pain in the stomach, sick headache, giddiness, fulness and swelling after meals, dizziness and drowsiness, cold chills, flushings of heats, loss of appetite, shortness of breath, costiveness, scurvy, blotches on the skin, disturbed sleep, frightful dreams, and all nervous and trembling sensations, &c. The first dose will give relief in twenty minutes. This is no fiction, for they have done it in thousands of cases. Every sufferer ia earnestly invited to try one box of these rills, and they will be ackit vvvledged to be WORTH A GUINEA A BOX. For females of all ages these Pills are invaluable, as a. few doses of them carry off all gross humours, open ali tions, and bring about all that is required. Nofenwc be without them. There is no medicine to be f"u". BEECH AM'S PILLS for removing any obstructum or ir regularity of the system. If taken according■ £ %? given with each box they will soon restore ages to sound and robust health. ■r. ill dia-estion, and all disorders For a weak stomach,k™^SIcy' and a few doses will be of the liver, tbey act l important organs in ? found to work wondew up streng.then the v-hoit, mu,cular the human mach complexion, bring back the keen Sgeof ;haendafouse into action with the ROSEBUD of health the whole physical energy OF the human frame- These are "FACTS" admitted by thousands, embracing all BLISSES of society, ana one OI the BEST sruarantees to the nervous AND debilitated is, BEEOHAM\S PILLS have the largest sale of any patent medicine in the "World. BEECHAM\S MAGIC COUUH PILLS As a remedy for Couprhs in general, asthma, diilicultyof breathing, shortness of breath, tightness and oppres&iou of the chest, wheezing. Szc., these Pills stand unrivalled They speedily remove that sense of oppression and difficulty of breathing which nightly deprive the patient of rest. Let any person give BEECHAM'S ConH PILLS a tlial. and the most violent cough will in a short time be semoved. CAUTI(i.v.-Tlie public are requested to notice that the words "BF.ECHAM'R PILLS, St. Helens." are on the Govern- ment Stamp affixed to each box of the rills. If not on, they are a forgery. Prepared only :md sold wholesale and retail by the pro- piietor, T. Beeciiam, Chemist, St. Helens, Lancashire, in boxes at ;•< each. Sent posl free from the j in >]>rie<oi. fur 15 or G s'aiii)'s. Suhl by all /tlTld l'ohnt Medicine Dealersitt Wales. N.B.-Full directions are given with each box.