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Sale by ^essrs.B. Roberts & Son On FRIDA Y Next, February 12th, 1897, M. ESSRS. DAVID ROBERTS AND SON will Sell by Auction, at Nant Lewis Alun, Llandyrnog, near Denbigh, 30 Head of Choice Cross-bred Cattle, 7 Horses and Cobs, 2 Breeding Sows, 22 Pigs, 20 Welsh Ewes, together with the whole of the useful Implements of Husbandry, by order of Mr. H. Davies, who is leav- ing. The usual Credit or Discount given. Luncheon at 11, and Sale at 12 o'clock. -=-' Messrs Berrie & Williams. MESSRS. BERRIE & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Valuers, and Estate Agents, 43, HIGH STREET (Near the Railway Bridge and Alexandra Hotel), RHYL, Conduct Sales by Auction of Live & Dead Farming iSTock, Property, and House- hold Furniture. A Complete Register k-pt of Houses and Lard to be old and Let. Valuations prepared for Probate, &c. Fire, Life, and Plate Glass Insurances affected. When desired Advances can be made on Effects for absolute sale. RUTHIN FIRE BRIGADE. THE Officers and Members of the Ruthin Fire Brigade desire to heartily thank those ladies and gentlemen who so kindly contributed to the American Bazaar in aid of the Brigade's Funds. They desire, at the same time, also to thank heartily those who so kindly assisted upon the occasion. THE LONDON & CAMBRIAN Pianoforte & Music Comsanr, ROCHDALE HOUSE, HIGH STREET, RHYL (Opposite the General Post Office). Pianos, American Organs, Har- moniums, By BR1NSMEAD, BISHOP, and other leading Makers. Liberal Discount for Cash; or easy terms of pay- ment. INSTRUMENTS LET ON HIRE. Violins, Mandolines, Banjos, Melodeons, Auto Harps, Musical Boxes, &c., In great variety. Husic Stools, Stands, Cabinets, Strings, And fitting-s of all kinds. TUNINGS tt0 REPAIRS by Experienced Man (Late with Broadwood & Son). Largest Stock of Vocal & Instrumental Music in Rhyl. Inspection Invited. PIANISTS and BANDS Supplied for Balls and Evening Parties. GREENHALGH & GEARY, Auctioneers, Valuers & Accountants MARKET STREET, RHYL. Valuations for Probate. Mortgages arranged. A compendious List of Properties, to be Let or Sold, issued monthly. Graig Ddewart Quarry, WEAR RUTHIN. The Proprietor of the above Quarry begs to inform the Public that there is now to be had a constant supply of Lime, I Building & Coping Stones, Window Sills, Gate Posts, Chippings, &c. For Terms, apply to the Foreman of the Quarry. SHEFFIELD GOODS-Cheap Job Lots TABLE KNIVES and FORKS, Pen and Pocket- knives, Spoons, Razors, Farmer's Tools, &c. Qood assorted Parcels, lis., 22s., and 40s. each. H. GILLAM, Merchant, Egerton Street, Sheffield. BASIC SLAG. T'he Discovery of the Age is that the use of BASIC SLAG the best possible means of Improving Pastures, and of pro- ducing a Good Crop of Hay, BEWARE OF WORTHLESS IMITATIONS. All Slag is not BASIC SLAG. Why do other Merchants maintain that they Sell the same Mart-are as E. R.? J3eca\lse. w: i he sells can always be depended upon. ANALYSES GUARANTKKD. For further particulars, apply to EVAN ROBERTS, PlM leaf, LlaIlsaunan. I li MWiriri TTTf-~ Ii lllllllllllllllll 1RB (BROSVENOR, FAMILY and COMMERCIAL m Temperance Hotel, (LATE STAR) BODFOR STREET, RHYL, (Close to the Station). Under entirely New Management. _n_ HOME COMFORTS, highly recommended. Sunday TABLE D'HOTE, 2s. Boarding Terms from 5s. Gd. per day. Beds from Is. 6d., including attendance. Commercial, Private, Sitting, Dining, Coffee and Smoke Room. Baths (h. and c.). A GOOD SHILLING DINNER, In General Room, ground floor. Chops and Steaks from the Grille. P.S.—Schools, Choirs, and other Parties specially catered for. Orders for Post promptly attended to. CHARLES SNOWDEN, Proprietor. GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY. COMPLTE HOUSE FURNISHERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 12 11. 16 & 13, PEMBROKE PLACE, LIVERPOOL. Furnish for Cash, or on the Hire- Purchase System. NOTE.—QUE HIRE-PURCHASE SYSTEM IS ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FROM ANY OTHER. AND HAS BEEN HIGHLY COMMENDED BY THE WHOLE OF THE LOCAL PRESS THE GLOBE FURNISHING COMPANY X the oldest established, and by far the most exten- sive Furnishers on the Hire-Purchase system in the Provinces, supply every requisite for the complete Furnishing of Cottage, Hotel, or Mansion, consider- ably cheaper than the majority of those Firms who sell for Cash only. This we are able to do through having a very large capital at command, and being the bona-fide manufacturera of the principle goods we sell. NO SECURITY REQUIRED. NO EXTRA EXPEN SES ON OUR HIRE-PURCHASE SYSTEM. The fair and equitable manner in which our busi ness is carried on. and our reasonable terms and low prices are so well known throughout the North of England and Wales, as to render further comment unnecessary. General terms, which, however, can be altered to suit the convenience of customers. Payments Week- ly1 Monthly, or Quarterly:- Amount of Purchase, £ 10. Payment, per week. 3a. 6d 920. „ 5s. Od £ 50. 10s. Od 9100. „ 17s. 6d £ 500. 30s. Od An inspection of our stock will at once satisfy in- tending purchasers that we give better value and offer easier payments than any other House Furnish- ers on the Hire-purchase system in the Provinces. All Goods are delivered free in our own or private vans, and no expenses of any kind are incurred by customers. Furniture sent to any part of England or Wales. The xrade supplied. Snipping Orders executed witt espatch. CAUTION.—As some If.rmb adopt various means- "Iuh ascopying our Prospectus, &c.-with the evident intention of inducing the public to believe they are connected with us—PLEASE NOTE OUR ADDRESS. OUR NEW PROSPECTUS. LARGE ILLUSTRA- TED CATALOGUE, PRESS OPINIONS. AND PRICE LIST, SENT POST FREE ON APPLICATION. Furnish for Cash, or on the Hire-purchase system. Business hours—9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays, 9 a.m to 6 p.m. Railway Fares allowed to Country Customers. QLOBE pURNISHING QOMPANY 12, 14, 16. and 18. PEMBROKE PLACE. LIVEROOL. 9646 J. P. ADAMS, (Organist of the Parish Church, Mold; Conductor of the Mold Male Voice Union); Beg to announce that he WILL VISITs ST. ASAPH, On THURSDAY in each Week, To GIVE LESSONS In Singin T, Pianoforte, &c. For Terms, apply to Mr. T. E. ADAMS, Lay Clerk, St. Asaph. 1 THE NORTH WALES ASPHALTE PAYING COMPANY UNDERTAKE ALL CLASSES OF Granolithic Paving Work. SPECIALITIES. Parapets, Garden. Paths, Carriage Drives, and Stable Yards. TERMS—MODERATE. WORK GUARANTEED. Estimates and Specifications ill ay be ad on application to HUGH ROBERTS, Fern Bank, Rhyl. MR; F. SARSON, 10 YEARS WITH MR. SARSON, L.D.S. (LLANDUDNO), CRESCENT ROAD, RHYL. Artificial Teeth on Improved Principle. PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS WITHOUT USE OF GAS. FILLINGS, SCALING, &c. Consultations Free. Tc^rmonials may be seen at aoov address. Country Patients attended by appointment. ADMINISTRATIVE COUN-TY OF DENBIGH PARISH OF LLA N RWST. The Local Government Acts 1888 and 1894.. NOTICE is hereby given that at the Quarterly Meeting of the County Council for the JLdminittraaive County of Denbigh, held at the County Buildings, Wrexham, on Friday, the i9th day of January, 1897, an Order was made by the said Council (subject to the provisions of the above Acts, and to the Orders of the Local Government Board thereunder) of which the following is a copy:— ADMINISTRATIVE COUNTY OF DENBIGH. The Local Government Acts 1888 and 1894. To the Local Government Board. To the Education Department. "To the Public Works Loan Commissioners. To the Director General of the Ordnance Survey. il To the Registrar General. To the Guardians of the Llanrwst Union. II To the Llanrwst Rural District Council. To the Llanrwst Parish Council. Ii To the Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Llanrwst. To the Inhabitants of the said Parish. To Hugh Pierce, of Llanrwst, And to all others whom it may concern. "WHEREAS it is provided by Section 57 (i.) of the Local Government Act, 1883, that whenever a County Council is satisfied that a prima facie case is made out as respects any County District not a Borough, or as respects any Parish for a proposal for amongst others the following things. that i, to Buy The conversion of any such District or part thereof if it is a Rural District into an Urban District, and if it is an Urban District i*to a Rural District, or the transfer of the whole or any part of any such District, from one District to another, and the formation of New Urban or Rural Districts, the County Council may cause such inquiry to be made in the locality, and such notice to be given both in the locality and to the Local Government Board, Education Department, or other Government Depart- mant as may be prescribed, and such other inquiry and notices (if any) as they think fit and if satisfied that such proposal is desirable, may make an order for the same accordingly. AND WHEREAS it is provided by Section 59 of the said Act that any Order made in pursuance of that Act may so far as may seem necessary or proper for the purposes of the Order, adjust any property, debts, and liabilities affected by the Order. AND WHEHWAS by Section 51 of the Local Government A.ct, 189-1, it is provided that where a new borough is created or any other new Urban District is constituted then- (sr.).—AH respect- any rural parish or part of a rural parish which will be comprised in the borough or urban district, provision shall be made either by the constitution of a new parish, or by the annexation of the parish or parts thereof to another parish or parishes, or otherwise, for the appointment of overseers, and for placing the parish or part in the same position as other parishes in the borough or district, and (b).-As respects any parish or part which remains rural, provision shall be made for the constitution of a new parish council for the same, or for the annexation of the parish or part to some other parish or parishes, or otherwise for the government of the parish or part, and (c).—Provision shall also where necessary be made for the adjustment of any property, debt?, and liabilities affected by the said creation, constitution, or extension, and that the provision aforesaid shall be made where any other new Urban District is constituted by an Order of the County Council under Section 57 of the Local Government Act, 18S8. AND WHEREAS at a meeting of our County Council for the Administrative County of Denbigh held at the County Buildings,* in Wrexham, on the 31st day of July, 1896, a proposal was made to us, the said County Council, that it is desirable that the District called the Tre'rdre Special Drainage District which now forms a portion of Llanrwst parish should be formed into a separate Urban District, and the same was then referred by us to our Local Government Act Committee, with power to appoint a Committee to hold an inquiry, if satisfied that a prima facie, case is made out. AND WHEREAS at a meeting of our said Council, held on the 30th day of October, 1898, our said Committee reported that they had resolved That they were satisfied that a prima facie case had been made out, and thereby appointed Messrs. Samuel Moss. W. Trevor Parkins, and Thomas Parry a committee to hold the necessary inquiry in accordance with the regulations of the Local Government Board, and to report to them. And our said Council being also satisfied that a primaracie case was made out regarding such proposal, ordered that the necessary inquiry be held as provided by Section 57 of the Local Government Act. 1888. and the Regulations of the Local Government Board, prescribed thereunder and ratified and confirmed the appointment of the said Samuel Moss, W. Trevor Parkins, and Thomas Parry as the Committee to hold such inquiry. AND WHEREAS the said Bamuel Mo?s, W. Trevor Parkin3, and Thomas Parry, and the committee appointed as aforesaid, held the inquiry referred to at the Justices' Court Room,;in Llanrwst, on Saturday, "the oth day of December, 1896, at the hour of 12 o'clock at noon, the Notices prescribed by the Local Government Board to by given prior to the holding of Inquiries under the Section before referred to having been given and published in the manner prescribed by the Order of the Board dated the 14th day of September, 1889. AND WHEREAS the said Committee of Inquiry reported to us that it is desirable that that part of the parish of Llanrwst, known as the Tre'rdre Special Drainage District, should be converted into an Urban Sanitary District "NOW THEREFORE we, the said County Council of the Administrative County of Denbigh, having taken such report into consideration, and in pursuance and exercise of the powers conferred upon us by the hereinbefore recited sections of the Local Government Acts, 1888 and 1891, and of every power us enabling in this behalf, do order as follows, that is to say •' AKTICLK I.. '• That part of the parish of Llanrwst known as the Tre'rdre Special Drainage District, and as the Township of Tre'rdre, shall be an Urban District, and shall be called The Llanriost UrbanDistrict." RTrfiTiK XI •• The'number of Members to be elected for the said Urban District shall be 12. "ARTICLE in. The first election of Urban District Councillors for the said Urban District shall be conducted in accord- ance with the Urban District Councillors (additional councillors and new districts) Election Order, 1895. The Urban District Councillors elected at such election shall, for the purposes of tenure of office and retire- ment, beseemed to have been elected on the 15th day of April, 1897. A RTICLE IV. Of the first Urban District Councillors elected under this order, the third who are respectively to retire on the 15th day of April, 1898, 1899, and 1900, shall be determined according to their place on the poll at the election, those that were lowest on the poll retiring first. If there was no poll, or if a question arises in "consequence of an equality of votes between two or more councillors, the matter shall be determined by ballot conducted under the direction of the Council. "ARTICLE V. T "Hugh Pierce, of Llanrwst, aforesaSd, Clerk to the Guardians, shall be the Returning Officer for the pur- pose? of the first Election of an Urban District Council for the said Urban District. If he shall die or refuse, or through any cause become incapable or unable to act as Returning Officer, then such other person as shall be nominated in writing by the Chairman for the time being of our County'Council shall be the Returning Officer. "ARTICLE VI. The area now comprising the present parish of Llanrwst shall become two parishes, consisting of the area "of the said Urban District and of the portion of the Parish outside the said Urban District to be called "respectively Llanrwst Urban and Llanrwst Rural. Llanrwst Rural shall have a separate Parish Council ".with 7 Parish Councillors, and the 7 Councillors at present representing the Llanrwst Ward on the existing •' Parish Council shall be the members of that Parish Council until tha ordinary day of tho retirement of Parish Councillors which shall next happen after the operation of this Order; and from and after that date the 8 Councillors at present representing the I re rdre Ward on the existing Parish Council aball cease to "be members of the Llanrwst Parish Council. A-RTICLB VII. The persons holding office for the existing parish of Llanrwst as District Councillors of the Rural Dis- "trict of Llanrwst shall, until the ordinary day of Election of District Councillors in the year 1897 act as members of the said Rural District Council; and from and after that day the number of Guardians to be elected for the said Urban Parish of Llanrwst shall be 3, and the number of Rural District Councillors to be elected for the said Rural Parish of Llanrwst shall be 4. ARTICLE VIII. TT „ On the day of the first meeting of the said Urban District Council all rights, liabilities, and obligations of "the existing Parish Council of Llanrwst in respect of the Drainage andlWater Supply of the said Urban Dis- "trict shall pass to and vest in the said Urban District Council and on and after the said day the area of 'the Rural portion of the said parish shall be freed from all liability to any rate or other contribution in respect of any loans which are now a charge upon the area of the whole parish, but until Buch day all the "powers, rights, duties, capacities, liabilities, obligations and property of the said Parish Council, including the Drainage and Water Supply of the said Urban District, shall continue'to be exercisable by, attached to, "and vested in that Parish Council. The Urban District Council of Llanrwst shall, within five years from the operation of this Order, pay to "the Parish Council of Llanrwst Rural the sum of £ 700, and interest thereon at 3%, by equal half-yearly "instalments of principal and interest combined, in respect of the amount levied upon and contributed by the Rural portion of the existing parish of Llanrwst towards repaying the several Loans obtained for the purposes of the Drainage and Water Supply of tho said Urban District. "ARTICLE •As between the Parishes of Llanrwst Urban and Llanrwst Rural, any balance standing to the credit of the existing Parish Council of Lla,nrwst at the date of the operation of this Order, and any debts and liabilities incurred by the said Parish Council other than as specified in Article 8 hereof, shall be appor- tioned between such Parishes m the proportion which tjfceir respective rateable values bear to the valua- tion lists for the whole parish in force at the date of this Order, and shall be paid and borne accordingly. "ARTICLE XI* "Every Officer who, by virtue of this Order or of anything done in pursuance or in consequence thereof, "suffers any direct pecuniary loss oy abolition of office or by diminution or loss of fees or salary shall be "entitled to have compensation paid to him for such pecuniary loss, and in determining such compensation regard shall be had to the conditions and other circumstances required by Sub-Section (i) of Section 120 of "the Local Government Act, 1888. to be had in regard in case of compensation ucder that Section, and the compensation shall not exceed the limit therein mentioned. The County Council shall determine to what "local authority application shah be made for compensation, and out of what fund such compeosation if I "any shall be paid by such authority, and the provisions of Sub-Section 2 to 7 of the said Section shall apply with the substitution of such Authority for the County Council, and with such alterations if any as may "be required. XII. The Overseers who at the date of the operation of this Order hold office for the existing parish of Llan- rwst shall hold office until their successors are appointed; and all future appointments of Overseers, and any appointment of an assistant Overseer for the parish at Llanrwst Urban, shall be made in like manner as if such Darish had been included in an Urban District on the appointed day within the meaning of the Local Government Act, 894, This Order shall come into operation from and after the date of any Order made by the Local Govern- "ment Board for the confirmation hereof. Sealed this 2nd day of February, 1897, in the presence of J. WATKIN LUMLEY,) m •»« n J. R. JENKINS *> Two Members of the Couucil. LL. ADAMS, Clerk of the County Council. And Notice is hereby further given that the said Order and copies thereof can be inspected at my Office, at No. 5, Castle Street, Ruthin, by any owner or ratepayer in any area affected thereby, each day between the hours of 10 a.m. and 5 p.m., during a period of one month from the date of the first publication hereof, and that copies of the said Order can be obtained from me at any time before the confirmation thereof by the Local Government Board, by any owner or Ratepayer in any way affected thereby, upon payment of Two pence for each Copy. Dated this 2nd day of February, 1897, LL. ADAMS, Clerk to the County Council. 5, CASTLE STREET, RUTHIN. TO Bakers and Confectioners.—A Young Married Man requires situation as First or good Second. Well up in Smalls, Bread, Ices, Icing, Piping, &c. Can give seven years London reference, and 3 years good reference from last employer. Total Abstainer, and non Smoker. ,Apply WILKINS, 40, Feather Street, Flint. LOST. LOST, ON the 20th of January, between Den- l bigh and Gwavnynog, a HAIR BRACELET. with Gold Clasp and Heart. Finder will be rewarded on bringing the same to 41, High Street, Denbigh. TO BE LET or SOLD, No. 12, 16, 18 & 20, BEECHWOOD ROAD, RHYL. NEWLY completed, with every convenience; 3 Entertaining Rooms, 6 Bedrooms, good Kitchens Pantry, Gardens, &c.; Gas and Electric Bells in each Room. Hot Water iI, Scullery and Bath Room. Apply to W. J. SIMCOCK, Architect and Surveyor, 7, River Street, Rhyl. WANTED, a Strong and Active Boy, to the Gro- cery and Provision Trade. Apply to 35, High street, Denbigh. I [A CARD.] W. J. SIMCOCK, Architect, Surveyor, and Valuer, HAVELOCK HOUSE, 7, RIVER STREET, RHYL. Plans, Specifications, and Bills of Quantities, pre pared for all classes of work. Buildings superintended, and Valuations made. EVAN TIIO)IAS, RADCLIFFE &- CO CARDIFF. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. February 2nd, 1897. Gwenllian Thomas,' left Newport Feb. 2. Iolo Morganwg, arrived Gibraltar Jan. 30. 'Anne Thomas,1 arrived Bizerts 29. Wynnstay', left Jarrow 30. Walter Thomas,' passed Pera 27. 'Bala,'arrivetl Sulina 27. c W. J. Radcliffe, left Cardiff 26. Clarrisa Radcliffe,' arrived Cardiff 28. Sarah Radcliffe,' passed Pera 29. 'Mary Thomas,' arrived Constantinople Feb 1. (Jane Radcliffe,' left Naples Jan. 27. Douglas Hill,' passed Pera 24. Llanberis,' a,reived Port Said 31. 'Manchester,'arrived Cardiff Feb. 1. Peterston,' arrived Cardiff Jan. 30. Anthony Radcliffe, left Barry 27. Ethel Radcliffe,' arrived Port Said 29. Dunraven,' left Galveston 17. HIGH CLASS TAILORIG At POPULAR PRICES. ZD Norfolk, Shooting, Fishing, Cycling and Golf Suits, In Harris Tweeds, Homespuns, Lovatt, Irish and Inverness Tweeds. Covert Coats, Knicker Breeches, Riding Breeches. Ladies' Tailoring a Specialite. Golf Capes and Fancy Vests In Newest Shades. Latest Styles. AT OSBORNE'S, TAILOR, BODFOR STREET, RHYL. THE STEEL AERMOTOR, OR WIND TURBIN Is the Cheapest, Strongest, and most effective motive power in the world, taking the three first awards in three separate classes at the World's Fair, Chicago, 1893. Has recently been in- troduced to this country by Mr. W. H. DEMPSTER, Laugharne, South Wales, who is the Company's Sole Re- presentative in Wales. This plant of modern Machin- ery may be bad at a very small cost for Chaffing and Grinding Corn, Pulping Turnips, Driving Electric Dynamo In connection with a Storage Battery, Pumping Water to any distance, With the latest improved Pumps. ft I Particulars of the Agent, on application. ARTISTIC AND SCIENTIFIC PHOTOGRAPHY. X FAYS. MR. JOHN WILLIAMS begs to inform the public of the Vale of Clwyd and North Wales gener- ally that he has obtained the LATEST and most im- proved Electrical apparatus, and is prepared to Cryptoscope or Radiograph any part of the human body through the clothing. Terms on Application. ESTABLISHED 1885. JOHN WILLIAMS, PORTLAND STUDIO, HIGH STREET, RHYL. Each sitter personally attended to by J. W. Please noce the Address:—PORTLAND STUDIO, 8, High Street, RHYL. TANDREWS WHOLESALE AND KErGAIL y/ Wine & Spirit Merctot 5^4ass, ywJx" Allsopp's ALES. ^DENBIGH. NOTED OLD SCOTCH & IRISH WHISKIES. SOLE AGENT FOR TEACHER'S HIGHLAND CREAM AXD VIGOROSO' WINE. GUINNESS' STOUT, M CASKS AND BOTTLES, Christmas Presents. The most useful and delightful Christmas Present you can give to anyone is a BICYCLE. We have in Stock over 200 New Ones, AND 180 Second-hand Ones, For you to choose from, ranging in price from 25s. for Children, and from £ 5 10s. for Adults (Pneuma- tic). Call and inspect. You will not be pressed to purchase. Also, over 100 Dolls, Baby Carriages in all the latest stylos, Bricks, Air Guns, Pistols, & Sporting Good*. CHARLES CO NX API CO., RHYI.. RICE JONES, Watch and Clock Maker, &c., 1, BRIDGE STREET, DENBIGH. WATCHES of all kinds in Gold, Silver, and Pure white Metal Cases, At the very lowest prices. EVERY WATCH WARRANTED. Should a Watch not give satisfaction after a fair trial the same will be willingly exchanged. CLOCKS—1, 8, and 14 divs-at lowest Prices. Warranted. 22 Carat WEDDIHTG RINGS, by weight Nice and useful Presents given with each Ring. BATCHES mid CLOCKS Cleaned and thoroughly Repaired, At the lowest prices possible. Troublesome Watches, &c., put to rights. Pure Blood is Health and Strength. Impure Blood is Disease and Death. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. THOMPSON'S BURDOCK PILLS Overcome the worst forms of diseases and the foulest state of the Blood, Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys; the go to the core of every disease, where no other medi- cine has power to reach. The Great Blood Purifier cures the following com- plaints- Giddiness in the head, dimness of sight, weak eyes. indigestion, or wind in the stomach or bowels, loss of memory, palpitation of the heart, liver and bilious obstructions, asthma, rheumatic, lumbago, piles, gravel, pains in the back, scurvy, bad legs, wounds, or white swellings, scrofula, eczema, gatherings, tu- monrs, pimples, and blotches on the face and body swelled feet and legs, erysipelas, jaundice, dropsy, and fevers of all kinds. Thess pills clear the blood from all impure matter, from whatever cause arising. In boxes at Is. lid. and 2s. 9d. each. Sold by all Chemists, or from the Burdock Pill Manufactory, 44, < Oxford btreet, Swansea, for 15 or 34 stamps. At the Spring and during the hot weather, th Blood should be thoroughly Cleansed and Purified, to nsure a good state of health, which may be effected t small cost by using these never-failing Pills. R. OWEN, 45, High Street and Star Shop, DENBIGH, Begs to announce that he has made arrangements to take over, On the 1st day of JANUARY, 1897, THE Flour, leal, Corn, &c., Business, Transacted by MRS. HUGHES, KING'S MILLS, And hopes, by guaranteeing Good Value and Low Prices, to secure the patronage previously accorded to his predecessors. ■\ TKD3. SYMiNCTON &_CO. the I a J o YOU WIG j-jj HOUSEW8FE <\ o j Vv'70 v.5;s!?es fo caOe herself i |j v.)or;V, flurry, time, |j ,B\ fro-jhk, end morie- should *•' u 5 o) r~J U32 &v':r.H!<|fQn's 6di?\bur<gfy pf j f of fee Essence for break- 3 £ t fast, or ,I e a cup of g 2 j ^ood coffee is required. ♦ q 'i?| Most experienced ffouse- r j col vViOe.3 already use it. i O J O £ GOLD BY EVERY C33D CR0CER. g EDINBORO' & LONDON. 9413 A"