Sales by Auction. PRELIMINARY NOTICE IOF SALE. Important and attractive Sale of aluabjb HOL.SE- TTOT T) FURNITURE, OiUPamtiags^A^ -LIQUJIJ CHINA AKTICLES: 0*IRlg; «»* fr, Effects, AT MORGAN LODGE, RHYL. MESSRS. CHURTON, ELPHICK & co. h&ve been favoured with isstructipns from ii. FOSKETT, ESQ., to SELL BY AUCTION on TUESDAY, 8th NOVEMBER, 1881, the above mentioned valuable E N?B.—Full particulars will shortly be published. Education. -gDUCATION BY. THE gEASIDE. PENRHOS COLLEGE, COLWYN BAY NORTH WALES. "1 Miss POPE, Head Mistress (daughter of the Rev. Dr. Pope, of Didsbury College), i>A&sisted-by a large Staff of Teachers. EPWORTH COLLEGE, RHYL. DR. RABY, Head Master. With a full complement of Teachers. Term frees at both Colleges, when Music is taken, £ 13 13s., and £ 15 15s., payable in advance. Further particulars on application to the Principals or Secretaries Rev. Fred. Payne, ) Hon. Rev. E. LI. Jones, J Sees. Rev. E. Ll. Jones, J Sees. NGLISH B-KPTIST CHAP EL' SUSSEX STREET. Sunday Services, Morning at 11 Evening at 6-30 Tuesday Evenings at 7. As the maintenance of Public W6rship is entirely supported by FREE OFFURLWGS,, a collection is made at each Sunday's service. ENGLISH ^TESLEYAN CHAPEL, BRIGHTON ROAD, RHYL. « li/i TO-MORROW REV C., BRIUHOUSE Will Preach r': Ser-,ices- Sunday, lo-,Io. a.m. and G.30 p.ui; Wed- nesday,7-30 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Friday MO p.m XI N G LI S H -P R E S B1TE MAN CHAPEL, E BBIPUTON ROAD, Rim.. TO MORROW KEY. J. OGWEN JONES, Will Preach. Services, MornIng at 10.30; Eveuiii, at G.O. Collection at each Service. STEAM SAW MILLS & JOINERY WORKS, MORLEY ROAD, RHYL. j. w. T°N E 8 • fSm of the I'd'' • Jlhydt* rn Jw«< sj BL'ILDER, CONTRACTOR, TIMBER. AND CEMENT MERCHANT, Begs respectfully to inform tlio Nobility, Gentry, and the"'Public generally of Rhyl and the wuvronuding district that he has taken the above named W prks, which were erccted and conducted for so manj } ens by li'a late father. J.W.J, having na intimate knowledge of the Building Trade in all its branches, hopes, by close attention.;to business, to secure the patrona'sn and support so fully enjoyed by his prede- cessor. Experienced men are kept in all departments of the business. To the trade he can offer Sawing, Moulding, Rabbetting, Tenoning, and other Machine Work on advantageous terms. Price lists on applica- tl0Funerals furnished throughout. Repairs of all kinds punctually attended to. ESTIMATES FEUt. — — — — BIG BOOK! oar.. -PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. E X ^MITH & Co., Beg. respectfully to aunouuee to the inhabitants of Rhyl and its vicinity, that they have taken to the premises lately!occupie(I by MR. KcaHr, 2V HIGH STREET, RHYL, and will: shortly RE-OPEN with an entirely new stock of STATIONERY, BOOKS, FANCY GOODS, TOYS, &c., Of which due notice will be given. Meanwhile they have made arrangements for the supply of the Periodicals, &c., formerly supplied by Mr. Nott, and they respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage and support which has been accord- ed to their predecessors. October 37th, 1881. A FORTUNE. XN the event of a stroke of good fortune you can t_ win 400,000 marks. The winnings are guaranteed 0 by Government. You are invited to participate in the CHANCES OF WINNING in the grand draw- ings or prizes guaranteed by the State of Hamburg in whieh more than 9 MILLIONS 100,000 MARKS have to be won. In the course of these Advan- tageous Drawings, which contain according to the prospectus only 100,000 tickets, the following Prizes will be forthcoming, viz — The Highest Prize will be ev. 400,000 Marks. Premium of 2,50,000 Marks) 55 Prizes of 5,000 Marks 1 Prize of 150,000 Marks] 5 Prizes of 4,000 Marks 1 Prize of 100,000 Marksj 109 Prizes of 3,000 Marks 1 Prize of 60,000 Marksj 212 Prizes of 2,000 Marks 1 Prize of 50,000 Marks) 10 Prizes of 1,500 Marks 2 Prizes of 40,000 Marksj 2 Prizes of l,200Marks 3 Prizes of 30,000 Marksi 533 Prizes of l,OOOMarks 1 Prize of 25,000 Marks; 1074 Prizes of 500 Marks 4 Prizes of 20,000 Marks: 100 Prizes of 300Marks 7 Prizes of 15,000 Marksj t) Prizes of 250Marks 1 Prize of 12,000 Marks! GO Prizes of 200 Marks 23 Prizes of 10,000 Mark.4; 100 Prizes of 150Marks 3 Prizes of 8,000 Marks|29I15 Prizes of 138Marks 3 Prizes of 0,000 Marksietc. etc. in all 50soo prizes which will be SURE WON in 7 drawings within the space of a few months. The FIRST PRIZE- DRAWING is officially fixed and the prize is for a whole original ticket only G sh d or G Marks, a half.. original ticket only 3 sh d or 3 Marks, a quarter original ticket only 1 sh Gd or 1} Marks, and I will forward THESE ORIGINAL TICKETS GUARAN- TEED BY THE STATE (not prohibited promissory notes) even to the most distant countries, in return for the amount forwarded prepaid. Every ticket holder will receive from me gratis along with the Original Ticket the Original Prospectus provided WITH THE ARMS OF THE STATE and immediately after the Drawings, the Official List without any charge. The payment and'forwarding of Sums won to those concerned will have my special and prompt attention, aud with the MOST ABSOLUTE SECRECY. o All orders can be sent by the medium of a POST OFFICE ORDER, or in English Postage Stamps. ft" Please to address the orders before the 2ND OF NOVEMBER, on account of the approaching Draw- ing of the Prizes, in all confidence to SAMUEL HECKSCHER. SENR., Banker and Exchange Agent at HAMBURG, GERMANY. ONE SHILLING.—The CHAMPION FAMILY KNITTER, the greatest Novelty and Wonder of the Day can be Worked by all, Young and Old, and turns out at great speed O' Shanter Hats, Jerseys, btockings, Scarfs, Cuffs, Slippers, Mats, &c., &c.. £ 3 a week easily earned no Experience or Practice necessary. Sent to any Address for Post Ordvr or «tanips, Is. 2d.—L. MORTON, 43, lliudon-street, Pnnlico, London. 1 Notices. MEMORIAL TO THE LATE MR. J. RHYDWEN JONES. A Ty. Meeting of the workmen and friends of the late fl. Mr. J. RHYDWEN JONES, held at the Cocoa Rooms, Rhyl, at 8 p.m., on Thursday, September G, 1881. MAJOR PENN presiding, it was unanimously resolved: — 1. That a Fund be raised to erect ar tombstone in Rhyl Cemetery in memory of the late Mr J. RHYB-: WEN JONES, as a mark of respect aha esteem in which he was held by his workmen and friends. 2. That this Meeting do form itself into a Com- he was held by his workmen and friends. 2. That this Meeting do form itself into a Com- mittee, with power to add to its number, to carry out the above object. 3. That Mr. W. E. SMALLEY be requested to act as Hon. Treasurer and Mr. ARTHUR,- ROWLANDS, Hon, Secretary, to the Fund. LIST OF SUBSCRIPTIONS. c s. d. Already advertised A 14 « Mrs Jones, 40, West Parade ••• j £ 15 0 Messrs Ellington and Son 1 1 0 Messrs G. and R. Robinson, Leeds 1 1 0 Mr John Lunir ••• ••• ••• 0 10 6 Mrs P. R. Williams 0 5 0 Mr James Davies > >■»/. u. 0 5 0 Mr O.Thomas uq 0 2 G Mrs H. Williams, 1(5, West Parade 0 2 G Sums under 2s. Gd. ••• 0 1 0 £38 9 0 Further subscriptions may be paid at the North and South Wales Bank, Town Hall, and the London and Provincial Bank, High Street. ARTHUR ROWLANDS, Hon. Sec. Rhyl,< Sept. 23rd, 1881. -¡ c SCIENCE AND ART CLASSES. i T the commcenement of the fourth session of ¡ the above named classes, in connection with the Science and Art Department, South Kensington, the Committee are particularly anxious that the sons and daughters of Artisans should avail themselves of the advantages now offered to them but all classes are cordially invited. Classes will be formed, if a sufficient number of Students present themselves, in the following sub- jects :— GEOLOGY, Thursday evening, 7—8. Teacher, Miss M. H. DAVIES, Glanymorfa. BOTANY, Thursday evening, 8-0., Teacher; MR. GILBEY. PHYSIOLOGY (for ladies), Friday evening, 7—8. Teacher, Miss ANNIE WILLIAMS, West Parade. CHEMISTRY, Friday evening, 8—9. Teacher, IR. P. C. WILLIAMS. ART, Saturday evening, 7—S. Teacher, lIB. NORBURY. The above five classes are subject to Government Examinations, and Certificates and Prizes, according ta success, will be awarded. ASTRONOMY. Lecturer, Rev. J. OWWEN JONES, B.A. In connection with the above subject, G. E. FIELDINO, ESQ., Fernlea, will write a series of articles for the Rhyl papers; and exhibit to the Students I the phenomena of the heavenly bodies, by means of his Telescope. i A FRENCH CLASS will be formed early in January. Teacher, Miss M. J. DAVIES, Glanymorfa. The two last named classes will be subject to a Committee Examination, and Prizes will be awarded according to merit. FEE, 2s. Gd. for each class. It is earnestly requested that intending Students should give in their names illliJwd¿attly otherwise, it may prevent the formation of some of the classes, and cause inconvenience to the teachers, as well as dis- •} advantage to the Students themselves. AnoPlJOrtunity for enrolment will be given at the close of the Rev. DUXCAX MACGREUOR'S lecture, on Thursday evening, October 13th.. The classes will be held in the Board-room. Further information will be given by any of the TEACHERS or by the Chairman, S. PERKS, ESQ. the Treasurer, W. WYNNE, ESO.. the Secretary, Miss JONES, Clifton Villa. WILL BE READY I N1)ECEMBER, 1.HE RHYL & VALE OF CLWYD ALMANACK AND TRAnv, DIRECTORY FOR 1882. a zna, a Ion together Wltrl a, Trade Directoiy for Rhvl, j Ithuckllaa, Sf. A.-apii, Prestatyn, Abergele, &c. It will be found an excellent medium for advertis- lUg: as a large circulation is ensured. For terms, applv to the Publishers — AMOS" BROTHERS, '■ADVERTISER'' OFI-ICK, HIIYL, GREAT SALE 01-' WELL-MADE "BOOTS AND SHOES, IS NOW GOING ON AT No. 7, WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, Wellington Road (next to the entrance to the Royal Arcade), RHYL. The Proprietor begs to announce that the first CLEARANCE SALE will commence this day (Saturday), when the whole of the well-selected stock of Boots and Shoes, numbering nearly 2000 pairs will be offered at such Low Prices as will ensure a Speedy Clearance. The Stock has been rc* marked and arranged in lots, mostly to be sold UNDER COST PRICE. The following is an abridged price list of the Bargains Ladies' Elastic Boots, 2s. 4d. per pair worth 4s. Ladies' Kid Elastics, os. 6cl. Usual price, 7s. 6d. A splendid lot of Ladies' Sfcitched-bottoin Lace and Button Boots, 8s. Worth 1 Is. Gd. These Goods will be found to be of the Best Make. A lurge quantity of Ladies' Elastic Stitched Boots in various styles, 7s. Gel. Worth double the money. fcj Women's Strong Laoo Boots from J". Gd. good value. Several hundred pairs of Children's Lace and Elastic Boots at Cost price. Special—Geut.'s Lace and Elastic Boots, -3s. lid.; worth 8s. fid. The wholb of the Gentlemen's Lace and Elastic Boots (Il tlte best Nortlnofiptoii nuinit factttre) will be oifcre,.l at Cost Price during the Sale ouly. Navvies strong Boots, Ds. lid. usual price lis. Gd. — the best nailed boot in North Wales. Particular attention is directed to the Nailed laud Navvy Boots as being the Cheapest in the town, and the best make. TERMS—STRICTLY U181I. Please note the Address— ¿\fOS'S, 7, Wellington Chambers, Wellington road (next to the Roval Arcade), RHYL. -u_=. PLOUGH HOTEL ASSEMBLY ROOMS ST. ASAPH. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY,—MONDAY, OCT. 31st, 1881, MISS AMY N WILSON | her GTR AND V A HIE ry ENTERTAINMENT,! AFTER MARRIAGE, CONCERT, THE LADY OF MCNSTER. ——— C;uuiin(,uee itt 7.4.-) Received Chairs, 's,; Sucoud Scats, Is a lew Buck j Seats, Cd» Miscellaneous. TO BE LET, convenient to Elwy-street Railway Siding, a Building consisting of upper and lower room, suitable for joiner's shop and stables, &c., with large enclosed yard; water laid on.—Ap- ply to W. JONES, 4, Abbey Street, Rhyl. LARGE ROOM TO LET unfurnished, suitable A. for an Office, in the best position in High street; good light.—A B C, Advertiser Office. WANTED, an apprentice in the Case-room.— Apply, Advertiser Office, Rhyl. T^0RTSALE, BARNES on the New Testament: p two vols. well bound, and in good condition. —Address, S., Advertiser Office.. mO LET, the LOCK-UP SHOP, 3b, Water street. X For particulars apply RALPH J. EDLESTON, Rhydorddwy, Rhyl. TO LET.—HOUSE in West-street, with a GOOD STABLE. Rent, 6s. 6d. per week.—Apply to AINSWORTH AND JONES, Rhyl. TO BUILDERS AND INVESTORS. TO BE SOLD, cheap THREE very valuable Corner PLOTS OF BUILDING LAND in Warren-road, suitable for detached or semi-detached villas. Bricks can be had to build the same at a sav- ing of 6s 6d per thousand.—For plans and further particulars apply to AINSWORTH & JONES, Bodfor St. AN excellent NEW^ DWELLING- HOUSE and SHOP to be Let, situate iu Abbey-street. —Apply to JOHN EDWARDS, Builder, 26, Wellington- road, Rhyl. K.lO LET, FURNISHED, a DETACHED COT- I TAGE, containing five rooms, pleasantly situ- ated. Terms very moderate.—Apply, 40, High- street, Rhyl. TWO COTTAGES and SHOPS, TO LET near i_ the Winter Gardens, Rhyl.—Apply Ainsworth ones. TO LET. A Capital HOUSE and SHOP, with Bakehouse attached. Stock, Fixtures, and Furniture may be taken at a Valuation. Immediate possession. Rent, £ 30.—Apply on the premises, Belle Vue House, Crescent Road, Rhyl. O BE LET or SOLD, 64, West Parade, contain- ing 28 rooms.—Apply to J. FOULK.ES & SON, Timber Merchants," Rhyl. COTTAGES.—TO LET, in Warren Street. With e each house will be let a plot of land for garden. Apply, AINSWORTH & JONES, i-), Bodfor Street, Rhyl. N SALE.—Splendid loroFIFtriLDING LAND in CRESCENT ROAD.—Apply to Mr. JAMES DAVIES, Estate Agent, Rhyl. TO BE SOLD by private treaty, a HOUSE OF SUPERIOR FURNITURE, on the Parade, at Rhyl. The House to Let.-Apply to AINSWORTH & JONES, Auctioneers, Rhyl. TO LET.—The most convenient aud well finished HOUSES in Rhyl. Six good rooms. Situate in Wood-road, off W arreu-road. Rent os. pel week. Also those pleasantly situated convenient and com- fortable BAY WINDOW HOUSES, called Sand- field Place," adjoining the above, at very low rents. Splendid prospect. Rent, £16. Intended household. ers are invited to inspect them.-Apply to Ainsworth and Jones, Bodfor-street, or Mr. Rose, Hollinwood Terrace, Wood-road, Rhyl. SPECIAL NOTICE: J. PARRY J ONES, READY-MADE CLOTHIER, Has completed his PURCHASES FOR THE WINTER SEASON. OVERCOATS AND ULSTERS in EVERY SIZE. BOYS', YOUTHS', AND MEN'S SUITS, Cheapest ever offered in Rhyl. WOOL SHIRTS, PANTS, SINGLETS, & SCARFS In Every Variety. GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTING At extremely low prices for the newest and most fashionable offered. -u ivi it iun;r wear. All early visit is respectfully solicited to the CHEAP READY-MADE CLOTHING WAREHOUSE, 162, WELLINGTON ROAD, (CORNEK OF QUEEN STEEET), J. PARRY JONES, PROPRIHTOE. FOR REAL WELSH FLANNELS, CALICOS, HOLLANDS, MIL- LINERY, &c., &c., CRO TO T^DWARDS, JJJ LATE S. pARRY, COMPTON HOUSE, 32, HIGH ST., RHYL. NOTICE. The Proprietors of the" RHYL ADVERTISER" have much pleasure in announcing that they have n4tde arrangements with the REV. DUNCAN MACGREGOE TO WRITE A GERIES OF ETTEES ox AMERICAN LIFE. The first letter will be published about the end of November. SOLICITORS-PARLIAMENTARY -AGENTS. AND OTHERS, Are respectfully informed that PARLIAMENTARY NOTICES For FLINTSHIRE can appear in the "RHYL ADVERTISER" As follows — SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12th. 19th. 26tli.
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Uotis Lilb Summary. I The calendar submitted to the Grand. Jury at the North Wales aud Cheshire Assizes held. this week was light in point of numbers, and the committals from the Principalty were few indeed, a fact which goes far to prove the high moral character of Welshmen and the absence of crime in Gwyllt Walia." Si/,teen prisoners were tried at the assizes—12 from Cheshire, and four only from the six Welsh counties. One prisoner from Denbighshire died in prison, but another had been committed wince. Though, numerically, the calendar was light, the two charges of uiurder from ISale and Woodley gave it a tinge ul' blackuew which 0 made the discovery of favourable features im- possible. The Judge set forth the circumstances of those charges very concisely in his charge to the Grand Jury, but did not dwell at any length upon the other cases, which were of the ordinary type.
Denbigh and Ruthin are in the midst of their annual electoral (municipal) commotion. In the first named town more than usual interest is manifested in the contest this year. Three of the retiring candidates seek re election, and there are four other nominees (all of whom have in past years occupied seats in the council) in the field. Thus there are seven candidates —four Conservatives and Churchmen and three Nonconformists and Liberals— for four vacan- cies, but "from vox populi we gather that Messrs Thomas (Liberal), Harrison Jones (Liberal Williams (Liberal), and Lloyd (Conservative are likley to be the successful ones. The Con- servatives have brought out picked men with the object, should they be fortunate enough to return those men, of placing the Liberal party hors de combat at the mayoral election on the 9th proximo. If they succeed in this the "presiding genius of the post-office will be placed in the civic chair-a chair upon which he has cast a longing glance for many years. If this does not come about-if Mr Morris is not raised to the height of his ambition-it is almost im- possible to imagine the consequences, but we have the audacity to think that the Denbigh Corporation will not suffer much.
When the sad intelligence of the disaster off Douglas reached us we apprehended the pos- sibilty of Herbert, the son of our respected townsman, Mr R. P, Jones, Dudley Arms. being among the missing. Subsequent reports proved that our misgivings were but too true. Herbert was indeed among the unfortunate number who were on board the life-boat when it capsized, while attempting to land with a portion of the crew of the barque IJebg. Great sympathy is expressed for Mr Jones, the Dudley, and family in their ead beaeavement.
fLuiug, ludt week the parts of the Irish drama hv .eaçh other ill (iui k sUCP.¡;¡- I dr^He.&g I, Government the opportunity to suppress the or- ganisation itself. The opportunity was promptly taken. The result thus far is more satisfactory than perhaps anybody anticipated. The leaders of the agitation had sufficient good sense left to induce them to advise the people not to measure their strength against the Government.. The policy advocated is that of passive resistance. Such action on the part of the farmers will no doubt create vexatious difficulty. It will, how- ever, be confined to a minority. There is already a reaction in public opinion. The people, in cooler moments, will see that it is not worth while to ruin themselves in pursuit of the ultimate object which Mr Parnell has in view- viz., the separation of the country from England. The agitators may be very thankful to the Government for getting them out of a difficulty. They had committed themselves to a policy which was distinctly immoral. They were drifting into extremes which would have proved destruction to society itself. They have been saved from the consequences of their own folly. Their dupes will not leave them. The public will be glad if they return to better ways. If they were in an unprejudiced state of mind they would feel profoundly thankful. They would sing songs of gratitude in Ivilmainham. We do not remember an agitation which failed so absolutely in its appeal to public opinion. In Monarchial countries andinRepublican lands alike the Home Rulers have failed to command sympathy. rI he whole civilized world is against them. If they.would weigh this single fact it would sdrely teach them wisdom. Even Brad. laugh sustains the action of the Government. The nations have observed the patience with which they have been treated. They have observed also how the Government has persisted in the determination to legislate for the benefit of Ireland. Thus, an impession has been created which is now expressed in approval of the Government policy.
SI\. ASAPH. CATHEDKAL SERVICES.—20th Sunday after Trinity, October 30th. Morning at 11—Service, Nares in F: anthem, "Come unto me" (Cooper). Evening at ;3.1.5-Tlie Litany: anthem. I. God be merciful'' (C. F. Lloyd). Evening at G.I.;—Chants; hymns I GO, 208, 275. Rev. William Morton, M.A succentor R. A. Atkins, Esq., organist.—Choral Service on Thursdays at 11.30 a.m., and on Saturdays at 3.1.5 p.m. Many of our readers will see with regret that amongst the number of the crew of the Lehu. who were drowned by the capsizing of the life-boat off Douglas Head was Herbert Jones, son of Mr R. P. Jones, Dudley Arms Hotel, Rhyl. He had for seve eral years previous to his going to sea been a choir boy in the Cathredal, and during that period had made himself a great favourite, especially with the Rev. W. Morton, under whose care he was, and Mrs and Miss Williams with whom he lodged at Lower-st. His singing will be long remembered, particularly his duetts with Mr W. IT. Fowles, fellow chorister, both at cathedral services and at concerts. He will be remembered at Abergele, Colwyn, ColwynBay, Llan. fairtalhaiarn, &c., as the one. who sang the Blue Alsatian Mountains," with such beautiful effect, at those places about two years ago. We understand that if he had survived until last Tuesday h0 would have attained his 17th year. The poor fellow had only returned from a 11 months' voyage to South America in the barque Lehu, and came to Rhyl for a short time. On the 10th of October he was summoned to join his ship, which was lying at Mary port, to take it to Cardiff, and was on that passage when the unfortunate disaster occurred. Much sympathy is felt for relatives and friends. The sad event was feelingly I alluded to at both services in the Cathedral on Sun- day last by Vicar Thomas in the morning, and Canon Edwards in the evenisg. A special hymn was sang, und "Blest arc the departed was played in memor- ium tf- r the evening service, by Master Meyrick Roberts. THF, WOKKIIOCSE. — John Jones, alias "John Holywell," died in the workhouse on Monday last,in his year. lie was the first inmate of the St. Asaph L'nion, aud had been thoie H: years.
EPITOME OF NEWS. THE DEATH IS ANWOCXCED as having taken place, somewhat suddenly, at South Bank, Wincanton, Somerset, at the age of (ii, of Admiral Frederick Leopold Augustus Sehvyn. THE Mont ays Rallc states that Count Kalnoki will be appointed Minister for Austrian Foreign Affairs immediately after the close of the delegations. WE ARE GLAD TO LEARX that there is some slight improvement in the condition of Mrs. C'henevix- Trench, who was attacked with puerperal fever after being confined of a sort at Cahir, in Ireland. A OORRESPOXDEXT IN AI.GIER.S reports the comph-tion of the line extending the railway from Saida to Ivreider, by which troops can be conveyed about sixty- two miles further south, thereby greatly facilitating the impending operatiolls to the south of Oran. A DESPATCH FROM IIAXNIBAL (Missouri) re- ports another break in the levee below that place, caused by the overflow of the Mississippi. It is stated that of the sixty miles of land protected by the levee only about six are now above water. THE MADRID NEWSPAPERS mention a scheme which has been set on foot for a national subscription for the purpose of buying Gibraltar from England. Home bankers in that city are said to have offered to give 5,000,000f. towards this object. If England refuse to entertain the proposition, the proceeds of the subscription are to be employed in fortifying points on the Straits both in Africa and Spain. THE CCXAHD STEAMER Algeria, for New York, has amongst her passengers Madame Adelina Patti and Signor Xioolini, who are to open their concert season at the Steinway Hall in New York early in November. A ROYAL DECREE is gazetted in Brussels, transferring Count Van der Straten-Ponthoz to the post of Minister Plenipotentiary at Berlin, and replacing him at the Hague by Baron d'Anethan, formerly Belgian representative at the Vatican. THE NOTORIOUS BHKEL DACOIT, TANTIA, who has been at large for two years or more, was captured a few days ago near Indore. THE JAPANESE ENVOY EXTRAORDINARY AND MINISTER PLENIPOTENTIARY at the Court of St. James's has received by telegraph the intelligence that his mother, Maori Sato, died at Tokoi, Japan, on the 23rd Oct. LAST WEEK in miserably wet weather, the Windsor Garrison pack of draghounds commenced their hunting season. The meet was at the Victoria Barracks, Windsor, where Colonel Smith and the officers of the 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards entertained the field to luncheon. Is ANNOUNCING THE CLOSE of the International Exhibition of Milan, the Executive Committee issued a manifesto acknowledging the services rendered by the public authorities and private individuals concerned in promoting the undertaking. EARL CADOGAN will preside at the inaugural dinner of the Kensington Conservative Club at the Town Hall, Kensington, London, on Friday, November 25. THE AGENT-GENERAL FOR QUEENSLAND has received advice of the safe arrival of the Scottish Chief at Brisbane. "All well." >SHOLLD MAJOR-GENERAL LUARÐ vacate his appointment as Commandant of the Canadian Local Militia, the Canadian Government will endeavour to obtain the services of Major-General S. P. Jarvis, C.M.G., as his successor. THE PROTECTION of the northern portion of Epping Forest, Loudon, against lopping has resulted in the covert growing dense and the bows springing thick from the pollard stems, so that game is again plentiful. In Fairmead Woods pheasants arc constantly met with, so are partridges, and very little poaching is practised. THE UCIOX steamer Nevada, in a recent voyage from New York, after landing mails at Queenstown, got aground on the Curland Bank inside Camden Fort. She is expected to come off with the assistance of tugs un- injured. A MEETING OF THE HONORARY COUNCIL in connection with the forthcoming International Exhibition at the Crystal Palace took place at the Mansion House a few days ago by permission of the Lord Mayor. KING IYALAKAUA has been entertained at San Francisco at a banquet, given in his honour. His Majesty has left for Honolulu. THE DEATH IS ANNOUNCED of Mr. James Lake, of Newlands, near Sittingbourue, one of the leading land- owners and farmers in at Kent. He had been in ill health for some considerable time past. He was 72 years of age. EARL GRANVILLE, K.G., has consented to be- come president of a newly-formed centre of the St. John Ambulance Association in Shropshire, to be called The Lilleshall Collieries District Centre." Mr. J. Brinton, M.P., is actively engaged in the formation of a centre at Kidderminster. ACCORDING TO THE Diritto it is very impro- hsli'eu "f nl,1 in Italy can be re-estab- BERTHOLD AUERMACH, the celebrated novelist, is lying seriously ill at Cannstadt. He is, however, reported to have improved a little. M, NOllDEXSKJOLD is about to visit Russia and Germany for the purpose of raising funds for Captain Johannsen's second expedition to the Yenissei. MR. MARK MILHANK, of Thorp Perrow, Bedale, and Harningham-park, Barnard Castle, Yorkshire, died, at his last-named seat lately at the advanced age of 86. Ix ANTICIPATION of a threatened measure of Of conventual property by the new French Assembly, a community of French nuns, Lea Filler dc lit Mere de lJieu, a wealthy educational Order, has arrived from Brest with twenty pupils, and settled at Clifton. THE PRINCE AXD PRINCESS OF WALES will arrive at Sandringham in about a fortnight for the shoot- ing season. THE BUDGET of the German Empire show a deficit of thirteen millions of marks, notwithstanding the increase in the customs revenue. AN ANTI-AUSTRIAN DEMONSTRATION took place on Sunday at Villa Gloria, near Rome. Ricciotti Garibaldi made a speech, inveighing bitterly against the Austro-Italian Alliance. KING CHARLES OF EOUMANIA has addressed the following telegram to President Grévy: On the occasion of the marriage of your beloved daughter, I beg you to receive the best wishes of the Queen nd myself for the happiness of this union. THE SOLDIERS of the Bey of Tunis have abso- lutely refused to march against the insurgents, and as they also refuse to return to Tunis it is probable that they intend to cast in their lot with the latter in opposing the French advance. THE MAN KTEJSBINGS, charged with the wilful murder of the little :,irl. If;fijij,,jj) Brett, at Saliam-Toney, Norfolk, when brought before the local Bench virtually admitted the commission of the crime, and was therefore remanded. JOSEPH Uoukk, a fireman, lodging at the Vine beerhouse, Mile-end, was charged at the Thames Police- court, London, with assaulting Elizabeth Brown, a married woman living at 1, Devonshire-street, Cam- bridge-road, Bethual-green, and presenting a revolver at her head. The prisoner was sentenced to three months' hard labour. JOHN ROBERTS, a retired tradesman of Exeter, of the mature age of in. lias just committed suicide hy literally blowing his head off. He seems to have tilled a long tube witli gunpowder, put one end in his mouth, ami set lire to the other. Death was instantaneous. A Bible, lay beside him on the table. I'L'ITM I;R DESPATCHES from New Zealand give a little iiisiglit as to the cause of the possible troubles with the .Maories. They are said to have been interfering with the settlers, aud destroying fences, and not even a visit from the Native Minister could induce the Maories to modify their conduct and pretensions. THE SITTINGBOURNE STATION on the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway has been broken into, the drawers of the ofiice forced open, and some money stolen. At seven other stations on this line burglaries have been previously committed, so that it is plain that "a new de- parture" from the various platforms of stations is ill con- templation. MARSEILLES is exceedingly anxious to get into its undisputed possession the Imperial residence near that city, presented under different circumstances hy the burgesses of Marseilles to the late Emperor. All the Corporation efforts having failed hitherto, the Marseilles Council have summoned "Hame Eugenie," to appear before the Civil Tribunal to give up possession of that which, it is averred, she retains without right. From AHRAr, in Austro-Hungary, the news comes of another earthquake. As on former occasions, the inhabitants were at tirst aroused by the sound of a sub- terranean noise, the sensation produced by which is des- cribed as almost more appalling than the actual shock. The noise was followed by a violent shock, which lasted three seconds. Many bouses were. thrown down, but hitherto no very serious damage has been ascertained. The. movement was undulating, and the direction from south to north. Ax INTERESTING JUBILEE has itist been cele- brated at Brussels. Fifty years have gone by since the appearance of the first number of the Jlonitei'v fieh/e, under the direction of M. Philippe Bourson, who has continued at the head of its staff, without interruption, down to the present lime, and who, notwithstanding his eighty years, still possesses sufficient energy and mental activity to justify his remaining at his editorial post. The various members of the Brussels press, headed by M. Brrardi, of the IdJependeaee Ihftje, presented their ]' tii'iablc colleague with uu address vf cvus'ratulatiyu» I .4idut THE PRINCE OF WALES has left Marlborough House on a (short visit to the Duke and Duchess of Edin- burgh at Eastwell-park. AT THE CHESTER QUARTER SESSIONS a young man named Henry Shove, an insurance agent, pleaded guilty to breaking into St. Chad's Rectory, Macefen, while the Rev. Charles White and family were at service, and to stealing a number of valuable articles. He was sen- tenced to nine months' hard labour. THE QUEEN has appointed Lord Dysart to be Lord-Lieutenant of the county of Rutland. FIVE THOUSAND of the North Wales colliers who struck work have resumed their employment, the masters having agreed to give an advance of five per cent. The weekly wages question is still unsettled. The men are forming themselves into a miners' union which is to include the whole of North Wales. The price of coal has been raised Is. a ton. COLONEL SHAW, United States Consul, has been visiting Oldham for the purpose of making inquiries as to the complaints respecting the adulteration of American cotton. A DESTRUCTIVE FIRE occurred at New Riles Farm, in the parish of Eastchurch, Sheppy, occupied by Mr. Baker Murton. The conflagration was caused by a spark from a threshing machine falling upon a thatched barn. Nine stacks of corn and all the farm buildings and agricultural implements were destroyed, but by the dint of exertions the homestead was saved. The estimated damage is 93000. The property was insured. THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA has addressed to the Secretary of State for India in Council a strong recommendation that he may be induced to reconsider the clause in the recently-promulgated pension rules which has caused so much disappointment to the officers of the Indian army, by which leave or furlough is not allowed to count as service for pension, and we believe it is not at all improbable that the Marquis of Hartington will be advised to remove this stipulation, or, at any rate, modify the clause. ONE BLACK SHEEP in the Salvation Army, Frederick Spencer by name, has been sentenced to eighteen mouths' hard labour for embezzling various small sums of money belonging to his employer. Prisoner had besides induced a young woman to go and live with him, pre* tending he had good wages, and was "coming ia for a lot of money." She had been in the way of attending the army services, and prisoner introduced himself by inquiring specially as to the state of her soul. To the father of the young woman he represented that he was married to her, and that it was the Lord's wish." IT IS STATED that Mr. Edward Marjoribanks, M.P. for Berwickshire, has written to the Lord Mayor of London, asking him to start a national subscription list at the Mansion House, should the crews of the boats missing, owing to the late storm, not be found. A FORTNIGHT'S NOTICE, given by the spinners at one of the mills of Messrs.W. D. Coddington and Sons, has just expired. The hands demand an advance of 2d. per 1001b. of yarn spun upon mules under 700 spindles. The Executive Committee of the Blackburn Master Cotton Spinners' Association, who reported this as a vio- lation of the standard list, resolved at a meeting to support Messrs. Coddington in every possible way. A PECULIAR CHARGE was made against two prisoners at the Central Criminal Court, London, a few days ago. Some time ago one had been sentenced to two months' imprisonment, and the other to one. But at the prison they exchanged names, the consequence being that the one that had really the longest sentence was released first. The other excused himself by saying he was hard up at the time, and was willing to serve a second month for a consideration. The two men were found guilty of conspiracy, and sentence—one to six months' hard labour, the other to three months. GEORGE RAYENSDALE, of very diminutive ap- pearance, but said to he 17 years of age, has been accused at the Mansion House Police-court, London, of wandering and having no visible means of support. His mother declared she could do nothing with him. He lost all his situations, and was a little thief. That was her candid opinion. He seemed an extraordinary boy but the magistrate said he had no help but to discharge him. He had no power to send him to any school. The police, however, would keep a sharp look-out after him. AT THE SHEFFIELD POLICE-COURT a married woman, named Sarah NIICibe. was charged with having endeavoured to commit suicide. In the course of the case it was stated that three of her relatives had destroyed themselves. She was remanded for medical examination. EARL COMPTON, who accompained the Marquis of Northampton on his special mission to Madrid to invest the King of Spain with the Order of the Garter, has returned home. The Marquis and Lady Margaret Compton intend to visit Seville and other places of interest in Spain before their return from the Continent. AT THE MIDDLESEX SESSIONS, London, Charles Burwood, clerk to a firm of solicitors, was found guilty tenced to twelve months' hard labour. "t DECEIVED from Mazatlan, in Mexico, states that a hurricane has been raging there which caused great damage to the shipping. The river rose, and it is reported that 300 houses were destroyed and a large number of lives lost in the neighbouring town. ° HILE A PORTER at Granton Railway Station was looking through the carriages of the twenty i^inutcs past ten train from Edinburgh to Granton, he found the body of a child in a second-class compartment. The body, which was wrapped in i i of cloth, was enclosed in a brown-paper bag. It was taken possession of by the police Muthoritieri. A TELEGRAM FROM BEN NEVIS states that a neavv south-east gale has occurred at an altitude of 3000 feet, with a temperature of 34 deg.; and the report adds "Storm above, with conflicting currents pushed a littlfc higher, but unable to proceed alone over snowdrifts and loose rocks." AR THE DURHAM QUARTER SESSIONS, William Walton, 28, was indicted for inflicting grievous bodily harm upon his brother, Thomas Walton, at Forest-in- Teesdale. The couple quarrelled over some farmyard work, and prisoner then seized a large reaping scythe" and attacked his brother in a ferocious and extraordinary manner, inflicting several large wounds right across the chest and arms. Eventually the scythe got fastened in the ceiling, and the young man was found lying in a pool of blood insensible. The prisoner was wntcnced to five years' penal servitude. t MAN NAMED SAMUEL WALKER, aged 60, has cut his throat from ear to ear, severing the windpipe, it Messrs. Strutt's cotton mill at Belper, after which he threw himself headlong out of a fourth storey window into a stream of water which runs bv the mill. The Hon. F. trutt saw the man fall past his office window, mil directed measures which were effectual in rescuing lim from the water. No hopes, however, are entertained )f his recovery. Walker had been in Mesws. Strutt's employment from boyhood. AN IXQUKST HAS DKEN HELD at Eftcds over t collier, named Henry James Bnriifey. wll) was killed >\ a fall of a roof at the Morley Mi.in Collie-y. The pit s worked on the long IN all system, and tbe cutil is got by (lasting. The day the accident occurred four shots were ired near the deceased's workings, and afterwards it was loticed that there was a slip or throe oil eit'ier side of a arge stone in tbe roof. These slips w ere si"V* of danger and Bumley ollgh to have propped the stow up at once; but, as after tapping the roof it appeared sua-,I, he went on chipping. Each successive blow loosened the stone, about a ton in weight, until it fell upon hie, crushing him beneath it, fracturing his spine, breaking several of his ribs, and inflicting other injuries. The deceased was removed to the Lewis Infirmary, where he lingered several day-. Before he died he admitted to his relations that no one was to blame Imt himself. AT THE POLICE-COURT, Great Yarmouth, William Turrell, a boy only 10 years old, was brought up for stabbing another boy named Cutting. Cutting was placing with his sister on the beach when Turrell interfered. His conduct was complained of. and lie at once threatened to stab the other boy to the heart. At the time lurrell had a knife with which he wa» cutting a rope, ;,nd with this he struck the complainant a blow- oil the left iiijo. The clothes w ere pierced, and a w ound an inch deep inflicted. Turrell, who did not appear to realise the gravity of the offence, was sent to prison for a short term, and ordered to be birched. MARY JANE IGGINS was accused, on her own confession, at the Central Criminal Court, London, of having caused the death ot her child. it, drink when she made that confession, but did not now deny it. The medical evidence showed that the child had been very much neglected, and the jury found the prisuner guilty, but .sentence was deferred. I:> THE DATlo of Sir William Harcourt's visit to Cumberland has now been definitely fixed. At all date be will open the Cumberland Industrial school at Cockenuouth, aud oil the following Monday a Liberal demonstration is to be held at Workington, which Sir William Marcourt has promised to attend. An address will be presented to the Home Secretary by the West Cumberland Liberal Association, and tlit, Liberal candidate lor U est ( uniberland at the next election is to be announced. The Home Secretary will be the guest of Sir Wilfrid Lawson, at Bray ton Hail. I'HAI'I! IN THE VARIOUS BRANCHES OF IX- OCSTKY^'t Leicester still continues in a favourable state. In the hosiery alld yarn trade there is a brisk demand for goods, most ot the machinery running full time to orders and with the approach of cold weather a further access of work is anticipated. In the boot and shoe aud elastic- web trades workpeople; arc generally well employed, although the demand for goods is not quite so active as it lias beeu.
On Thursday Rbyl wore quite < a holiday aspect, all the places of business being closed. Thanksgiving services were held in the Non- conformist Cbp pels all day, and morning and evening at the Established Church.
Our Tory contemporary has thought well inhis last issue to call attention to "the extravagant remarks and the magnified accounts of the late storm that appeared in the Liverpool daily papers and a certain local newspaper," and said that strangers who might by chance read such reports must believe Rhyl to be situated in a most exposed position, and that the houses are in great peril in a storm." We have no doubt the "local newepaper" referred meant the Advertiser, and we deny the imputation that our report was either extravagant or magnified, or that it calculated to injure the town in the eyes of strangers. We have it on the authority of seamen that such a storm was not experienced in Rhyl since the one in January, 1839. The fact that so little damage, comparatively, was done is in itself a sufficient proof that Rhyl buildings are substantially built, and there was nothing in our report to lead anybody to believe that- Rhyl houses are in great peril in a storm." unless it was read by persons who wilfully misconstrue matters to suit their own designs. Our contemporary's fawning propensity is well- known, and its effusion last week was but a miserable attempt to raise itself in the eyes of the town's people at the expense of traducing other papers.
Our contempoary also reprinted our town clerk's letter from a Liverpool Radical paper. By the way, Mr Journal," why were you so particular in stating the political creed of the paper you republished the letter from ? Did you intend to make a political subject of the gale? or did you mention the fact simply to show your condescension—your stooping to clip a Radical newspaper