PARLIAMENT. SESSION 1885. JYM ACTS "AM E^DMENT. (To an I the Provisions of the .iv-'r Doo Acts, and equire the lliver Dee C-cu fiy to restore and uiaiatain the Statutable lXv» •• "f Water in the River Dee to confer further powers on the River Dee Commissioners with respect to the Navigation of the River Dee, and tho levying of Tolls, Rates, and Duties thereon Powers to tho Company and the Commissioners to make and carry into effect Arrangements and Agreements for transfer of the Company's Powers with respect to the Navigation to the Commissioners or to a Conservancy Board or Committee; Powers to raise Moneys for purposes of Act Powers to levy Tolls, Rates, and Duties; Amendment or Repeal of Acts and other purposes.) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that applica- .1 tion is intended to be made to Parliament in the ensuing Session for an Act to carry into effect the following, or some of the following, among other purposes, and to confer the following, or some of the following, among other powers, that is to y To amend and enlarge, and in certain respects repeal, the powers and provisions of the several Acts following, or such of them as may be still in force, and of any other Acts relating to the navigation of the River Dee and to the company of Proprietors of tha Undertaking for recovering- a^d preserving the navigation of the River Dee 'hereinafter called the River Dee Company"), 12 Will. III., cap. 24 G Geo. II. cap. 30 14 Goo. It., cap. 8 17 Geo. II,, cap. 28; 2G Geo. IT., cap. S5; 31 Gco, III. cap. 88; 5 and (j Wm. IV., cap. 88 "The Dee Standard Restoration Act, ISol," and 31 Vic., cap. 25 (which Acts are here- after called "the recited Acts"); and also •the local and personal Act, 10 Geo. Ill, cap. 01, mating to pilotage, buoying, and lighting within tl Port of Chestor; and of all other Acts, char- tt-s, grants, customs, rights, and privileges which may be inconsistent or would interfere with the exorcisc of the powers and provisions of the intended Act- To make more effectual provision for the main- tenance and improvement of the navigation of the Riv0r Dee within the county of Flint and the county of Chester, and (vnmtyof the city of Chester, "rom the sea to a certain point within the liberties the city of Chester, c dled Wilcox Point, iudu- ig all streams, havens, creeks, btys. jilIn. thin the limits aforesaid, and for requiring and ipolling the River Dee Company to maintain and improve such "vigation, and to fulfil the obli- gations imposed upon them by the recited Acts, or some of them, and to confer such further powers upon the River Doe Commissioners as may be necessary for enabling thorn, in the of the failure of the River Dee Company "ulfil such obligations, to carry into cffect all the powers contained in the recited Acts, or other powers or remedies to bo conferred by tho intended Act, and to execute such works as may be necessary for the purposes aforesaid at the cost of the River Dee Company, and to enter upon and hold possession of the lands and estate now or hereafter to be reclaimed by virtue of the recited Acts and to raise money by mort- gage or charge thereon, and to receive and apply the rents and profits thereof in payment of the costs and charges incurred by them in executing such works as aforesaid, and in carrying out the powers re"ted in them by the recited Acts and by the ntended Act. To declare and determine the amount of moneys legally charged, and chargeable upon the lands eclaimod as aforesaid. To enable the River Doe Company, or the River Commissioners, to raise such funds as may 3cessary, or as may be proscribed by the intended fur the purp0ses of improving aud maintaining I e said navigation, by way of mortgage or sale I the lands and estate of the River Doe Company, I some part or parts thereof, or of rent-charge I er tn, or in such other way as may be agreed on I prescribed by the intended Act; and also to I enable the River Dee Company or the River I Dee Commissioners to apply such funds to the I '*jH">oses of the intended Act, or any of them. I > enabl) the said Company and the said I "lmissic ers to make and carry into effect I oments for a transfer to the said Commissioners I ) a Conservancy Board or Committee, to ■ ^pointed and incorporated in manner to be I ded by the said intended Act, of the I le or any of; the powers now vested in the said I oronany under the recited Acts, upon such terms I conditions as may be agreed on, or as may be I vied for in the intended Act. or as may be ■ ,l, 1 by arbitration in manner to be provided by H Ie intended Act, and t", f reeing and discharging I p ryraperty and estate thereto, or such part I Jf as may be agreed upon, or as may be ■ -ned by the intended Act, of all liabilities in ■ regard to the maintenance *!ind improvement of the ■ navigation, or of all or some of the other ■ mrdens imposed upon them by the recited Acts, ■ r any of them. And to enable .the River Dee ■ .Jomm1-"SIOner, or such Conservancy Board, or ■ Joirmittee, to levy the tolls, rates, duties, ■ nd revenue authorised by the T5citcd" Acts, ■ )1' su ;h other tolls" rates, duties, and charges, ■ i shpll be authorised by'the intended Act. And ■ money for the purposes of tho intended Act ■ irtr-age of the tolls, rates, duties and revenue to aited or transferred by s'ti intended Act. u confer all such powers and provisions as ■ necessary for carrying into cffect the :8 aforesiid, or as are usually inserted in cm ",the like nature. Primed copies of the Bill will be deposited in the ivf te Bill Office of the House of Commons, on or foi" the 21st day of December next. Datcclthis 12th day of November, 1884. ■ MARTIN and LESLI E, 27, Abingdon street, Westminster, Parliamentary Agents.
■ I PAKLIAMENT (SESSION 18S5. I J it 0 W N Ii AND S. 'wer to grant Leases of Lands- for }:1" and H -MM-|,ohes in the Royal Forests Pou-cr to H Leases of Foreshores for Oyste ;,111 Mussel H j Faciitics for Kufranchi-HMneui, of Copy- ijands belonging to the Crown Lands for H •»»>« Seiiool purposes at Rhyl t > disturn- jrtain Roads; Amendment of Acts and purposes.) M IS HEREBY GIVEN, that, application H ntended to be inaJo to Parliament in tin H of 1885 for leave to iritr dace a Jii!l and H -ii Act for the objects and purpo.y.s i'ol- H or some of them (that is to say) — alter and amend parts of tho Act passed in tii year of the reign of King George IV, oO (relating to the management and improve- H 9f Crown Lands), and particularly Section 'J7 Parliamentary Notices. of that Act, and to enable the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Woods, Forests, and Land Reve- nues, or one of them fh^rciiiaft^ r called the Commissioners "), to grant leases of portions of the lands formimr part of any of the royal fresta for the purpose of making roads and approaches. 2. To enable the Commissioners to grant leases of seashore under t-oei1 management, for the purpose of an Oyster and Mussel Fisheiy. 3 To afford ereater facilities for the enfran- chisement of copyhold lands belonging to the Crown, which are subject to subsisting morfc ga £ *os, and to afford other facilities in dealing, with such lauds, and to define certain powers under Section 5, 14 and 15 Vie., cap 42. 4. To alter and amend the conditions of a certain grant of Crown land dated the 29th December, 183G, and made under tho powers of the Act of the tenth year of the reign of His Majesty King George IV, cap 50, for the pur. pose of erecting a church and dwelling-house for the officiating clergyman at Rhyl, in the county of Flint, and to vest a portion of such lands in the persons in whom the Rhyl National School is ves- ted, for school purposes, and to declare that lands shall be glebe, subject to the law relating glebes. 5 To repeal, alter, and amend wholly or in part an Act passed in the 1.) and 16th years of the reign of Her present Majesty, cap 4o, intituled An Act for making a Turnpike Road between Stone Creek and Sunk Island Church in the Couuty of York and between Sunk Island Church and Patriugton Haven, and for consolidating with such roads the present Turnpike Road from Sunk Island Chmch to Ottring- ham, "and for constructing quays and wha ves at Stone Creek," and to distuvnpike the turnpike mads thereby authorised to bo constructed and the turn- pike road transferred by that Act to the trustees for carrying the said Act into effect, and to repeal, alter, and extimruisb wholly or in part the several tolls, rates, and charges authorised to be levied under such last-mentioned Act, and to transfer the management and maintenance of the several roads so proposed to be disturnpiked to the respective highway, local, or other authorities of the several parishes and places in or through which the said roads run or pass, and to authori e and require such highway, local, or other authorities to main- tain and keep in repair the respective portions of the roads in such several parishes and places, and for that purpose to levy rates and charges. Dated this 13th day of November, 1884. By order, WYATT, HOSKINS, and HOOKER. 2S, Parliament-street, Westminster, ParJiamentary Agents. -??
Sales by Auction. DENBIGH. ANNUAL SALE OF F AT STOCK. MESSRS CLOUGH and CO., v.ill hold their ,l't Annual CHRISTMAS SALE OF FAT STOCK at DENBIGH, on Tuesday, December, 9th, 1884. Com- mencing at 10 o'clock. _n_n QTTTFT"ON-~UINR, WATER STREET, RHYL. Extensive Sale of Valuable Household Furniture and Effects. ny- ESSRS.Q LOUGH & 0O. Are instructed by Mrs MORRIS, who is leaving Rhyl, to SELL BY AUCTION, On tne premises, ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, DEC. 1 itlx AND i :¿th, 18S4. SALE TO COMMENCE EACH DAY AT ONE O'ULOUK PUNCTUALLY. 1.C.iT_\LOGFES will be ready in a few days, and may be had from MR. JAMES DAVIES, Gvsynfa Villa, Rhyl, aad from the Auctioneer.?. Land A if-ixp.v Oflicv, De;ihi;:l:. i7lREN"0!r, GERMAN", ITALIAN, LATIN J GREEK, TIANOFORTE & SINGING, BY PROFESSOR J. B HAHTH, 10, WEST PARADE, RHYL. 14/06 Rowatt's 158 S?^ R O W A T T S T3 » LAMPS JL SIX 6X1 L and have no other. LAMPS Their Patent SPLIT-WICK ANUGAPNIC and LORNE Lamps are the most lie momic Light Pro- ducers from Paraffin or Petroleum Oil. They re- quire no Chimney, and keep the Flame full up till the last drop of Oil is consumed- NONE GENU- INE but those STAMPED ROWATT'S PATENT. Retail from Ironmongers and Lamp-Dealers. Wholesale only ROWATT A SONS, Edinburgh, London, and Dublin NERVOU;3 DE BILITY DEAFNESS, NOISES IN THE EARS, AFFECTIONS OF THE EYES, aud other bodily ailments. Sufferers should ROld for HEV. E. J. SILVER- TON'S WORK 011 these complaints (275th Thou- sand1, conbmillg valuable information. Post free or Six Penny Stamps. Mono should despair. Note the address, REV. E. J. SILVERTON, 16 to 19, IMPKRIAL BUILDINGS, LUDGATIL Ciacus, LONDON, E.C. i^NGLISli PRESBYTKltlAN CHAPEL, jtjj BlUGUTON HOAD, ltllYL. RBV. T. T, L. MOUG AN, r' Beounaiis, WILT, ?N;'Aca TO-MORHOW. Sorviecs, Morning at I0-:>0. Kveniug (;)0 Collections after each service. BNG LIS H VV HIS LE Y A.N. C}(\. P.t: lJ) Bi.ilGHTON ROAD, RHYL. TO-MORROW RWV. W. EOSTfiii, B.A., WILL rilEACH. Sorviees — Sunday, I't.'yO a.m. and (;10 p.m Wednesday, 7 <W p.m. Pi-ayc 1 Meeting OIL Friday at 7-30 p.m. u Organist—G. E. Fielding, Esq., Fernleigh. ENGLISH QONGREGATIONAL fj U H C H WATliR STREET, RHYL. SERVICES AT THE TOWN HALL. TO-MOli• • OW, (SUNDAY) KEY. K. LLOYD JONKW, Will Preach Morning auU iuveuing, Services- Morning at 11 livening at G.30 Collection each Service. W<-<<k-even Service MI FRIDAY, 7 o'clock ni Queen-street (Welsh) Congrog.diona.l Chapel 1 I'T .IIKTi •iBiMi^i7^r-iir''TTifrii'tmir- rwTrnirfcw i.ii w "n n HUB n nw 1 ii^< run -1 m I VISITORS TO RHYL. J I TURKISH AND OTHER BATHS | I can be had at lie | 1 -r T YDROPATHIC "T STAPLISHMJ-NTO I it ili | 5 For T. :d';es ,1 Tnwl sy tiki 3'nday nmrningsf I For Gentieme/i at a'll other times lrom 7 a.m. to^ 7 p.m. I No JJaths on iju)ulays. | i 7 p.m. I j No JJaths on iju)ulays. I -—— Christmas Treat of B ARA BRITH! CHRISTMAS BAKKS E. P. JONES Pegs to inform his Customers that he will, as usual, supply PLUM CAKES at HALF-PRICE SAY, 2s, CAKES FOR Is. AND Is. CAKES FOR 6ct T1IE QUALITY OF THESE WILL BE EXCELLENT NOTHING BUT THE VERY FINEST INGREDIENTS USED. To prevent disappointment, pleas-e observe that no orders can be taken after Saturday, December 20th. E. P. JoxTs7 7 WATER ^TREET' nov29 GREAT SALE OF BOOTS AND SHOES AT AMOS'S 7. WELLINGTON CHAMBERS, RHYL. rilFIE Proprietor respectfully informs the inhrtbit- X ants of Rhyl and District that the Sixth Annual Sale commenced on SATURDAY OCT. 25th, 1884, AND WILL CONTINUE UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH. The Whole of the Stock of well.mado Bootsj shoes, and Slippers have been re-marked so as :o secure a SPEEDY CLEARANCE. Among some of the Reductions are LADIES' BEST KID BUTTON BOOTS, 8s. lid. Usual Price lis. Gd. Lavant and Ladies' Button Boots at Cost Price. Ladies' Mock Kid Elastic Boots, 2s. 9d. Usual Price os. vel. Kid Lavant Elastic Boots remarkably Cheap. All Ladies' Best Stafford Goods (of which there is a Splendid Stock) will be offered at less than Cost. House Boots and Slippers at Maker's Prices. Hundreds of Pairs of Men's Boots and Shoes of various makes will be sold at almost any price to clear. Mmi's Strong-Nailed Boots with plates on toes .•md heels 9d. We have long been noied for this class of Goods, and these are Special Value and also the Boys' Nailed Lace from 2s. lid. Girls' Strong Lace Boots, Is. 10d., 2s. qd., and 3s. 6d. per pair. All Goods sold actios Establishment are made out of well-seasoned leather, and for Style, Fit, Wear, and Durability, and Price are unequalled by any other house. —— ) Terms During Sale-Strictly cash. Please note the address- AMOS'S 7, Wellington Chambers, Wellington Road, Rhyl r- BANKRUPT STOCK! £ 800 WORTH! OF DRAPER Y TO BE DISPOSED OF AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. SALE NOW GOING ON AT COMPTON llOUStf, 32, HIGH ST RE ET And 'he whole of the Stock (purchased from the Trustees in Edwards's Bankruptcy) together with a I Large Consignment of Other Goods will be Sold at iiALF THE ORDINARY PRICES. | GREAT BARGAINS t f. STAINING BARGAINS! ■21, HIGH STR-EKT (OPPOSITE THE' TOST R HYL. I' VV I h h 1AM JONEb ilavinar t/iken the above premises (lately carried on by Mrs TnoarAS HUGHES in the Drapery business,! oegs to intimate to the inhabitants and visitors ,-1 Rhyl and. neighbourhood that the establisl n it wil henceforth be conducted in the Q. 11 O C E 11Y U SIN 3 S \-T Groceries and Provisions of the finest qualitie wil be sold the lowest possible priccs. N uk tho Addrcss:- 21, HIGH STREET ( < rrosrri: TIUJ PO -T OFFICE), 52—279 EUYL. A TESTIMONIAL TO 1\1 H. JOHN pn O F FI T The great Temperance man, and supporter of the Rhyl Band of Hope. Subscriptions, towards this fund will be thank- fully received by the treasurer, Mr J. T. JONKS, Aled House, "Wellington Road, Rhyl or by the secretary Mr DANIEL EVANS, drapef, 25, Welling- tun Road, Rhyl. t s. D. Amount already promised IS 9 G Mr Morgan, Colomendy 0 5 0 Mr R. Jones, Voryd 5 0 Tilr I. Parry Jones, ■> 9 (I 0 Misses Roberts, llsstii "n.a 0 ;» (» Tho Kov. G. A. BuUerton, D.D., J. P. 0 2 (• Mr jiishop, Pliotoirre.phi'r 9 2 Ii Mr Joseph Williams, Alexandra 0 2 6 £2U 2 0 M. A. STEER, Wholesale and Family ^yjNE & ^PIIiiT ^ERCHANT, ALE ec PORTER DEALER b: BOTTLEI:, 73, EIIGH STREET, RIIYL. MINERAL WATER DEPOT. T OARKY TONES, • *$i HOSIER, GLOVE. AND HATTER, AND GENERAL MEN'S MERCER, GOLDEN GLOVE. 162. WELLINGTON ROAD AND QUEEN STREET, RHYL, Men's, Youths an-1 Clothier, Ready made or to order Agent for a first-class Londou Tailor. 300 PATTERNS OF THE LATEST AND BEST MAKES TO SELECT FSOM. Fit Guaranteed. Leggings, M'hitoshcs, Sags, Porhii'inteaus, and Umbrellas. A LL Cambria's sons, I ask your attention, [tion* To look at my Waterproofs, worthy of inspec- Latc from the markets, designs of rare choice. Most wonderful bargains, "t -,N iii,li you'll rejoice. It's here you v. ill see the precursors of winter, In tho shape of a Mclutoh, rough storms 'twill shelter, The cheapest and best produced at the price,' Have a look for yourself, and thitt "ill suffice. At 21s. Now for the Ready-mades, the best in the market, Offered at prices, no wonder you'd ask it, "Where have you bought that swell suit of eiothes," You'll be answered, ""Why, of course, from J. Parry Jones." For warmth and comfort, no better is found You have texture and durability, for that they're renowned, [still, Y<uf 11 be quite astonished, and hold the opinion That never before were such clothes seen in Rhyl. From 25s. the Sua i'•■abs, 16s. Beys, 3s. 9d. to 12s. The next bargain are Overcoats, the marvel of trade. To ask them at the price, you'll be almost, afraid, The figure so reasonable, actually prime cost, I guarantee them to laugh at four winters' frost; Ready-made Trou^-rs follow on the list, Equal to oil for water to resist, Thoroughly shrunk, stylish and neat, To suit auy occasion, ball, concert, or street. Fmm 7s. 6d, Y'a'hs, 5s. Boys, 2s. 9d I must now introduce my Varidy Department, kli specialities, quite a novel assortment Hats, silk and felt, in tweeds as well, nap", Helmets and Polos, to suit any swell, Umbrellas and Lege.'iugs, Cuffs, Collars, and Tics, Jcr.-eys, Singlets, and Drawers, and Shirts every fi; Wool. Scarfs and Mufflers, Hosiery superfine. You sheuid'nt miss such rare bargains, so I invite yon iu time. J. ust you read this, and tell your friends, P arry Jones to them his compliments sends, A ml wishes them to know his intention, R cgarding his Clothing Club, a generous invention ft hyl wants he'll supply on moderate terms, Y oa'll tine, ail hi" prices below other firms. J udge yourselves his wonderful reductions. Lti"iis ( On all Goods—English, Welsh and Irish produc- N ewest cut quite bon ton, style a la m xlo, E very poor man now a suit can afford, i S eo and remember "The Golden Glove, >12 Wellington Hu. d. ii 1 j JAMES |)AVIK; | | Registrar of Marriages, | S GWYNFA VILLA, RHYL, | ,U | Registrar of Marriages, | S GWYNFA VILLA, RHYL, | I HOESE & ESTATE AGEIvT, | Collector of Rents, &c. f ji Agent for the ALLIAV'JE,' jj Agent for the ALLI-A jj IP-il,i)V,L-Ncl,L" 'QUEEN' I I Fire md Life Assurance Com- i II paniet. j I MORTGAGES CAN BE PBOCUaED. I s EnBuraiiee & '¡i)'lel' Agents Furuiture & GOD eral Brokers. I AINS\VOllTI-I & CU. AUCTIONEERS, VALUER ACCOUNTANTS, HOUdE & Estatr Aouxxd, &c., 'ä"HErOCXTY I RUCTION r ART, I ¿Å ST. GEORGE'S HALL SUSSEX STREEF, RHYL RENTS AND DEBTS COLLECTED. MORTGAGES NEGOTIATED. VAT.U'ION MADE FOR P.UOIiAT1-, LEGACY AND S-UC. CICSSION DUTIES. | Roosn? for he Storage of Furnituxe, Piano, &c. Rcferencis—London 4' Provincial RIyl. ■" ThlEt)SRS. QWBN & ON UNDERTAKE SALES BY AUCTION and by PRIVATE TRUATY of Freehold, Leasehold, aud Copyhold Properties, Residences, Farms, Building Land, Ground and Improved Rents, Equities of Re- demption, -Reversions, Life Interests, Policies of Assurance, &c. Also, SALES BY AUCTION of Household Furni- tilre and Effects,- I-Iorsos, Carriages, Live and Dead Farming Stock, Ships, Machinery, Timber Fixtures, -and Building Materials. And "VALUATIONS of :mv of the above enumera- ted descriptions of Propciaies aud Effects for the purpose of Pruba: e, Moi-tsrage, Compensation, Enfranchisement. Division or Exchange. The LETTING of Furnished or Unfurnished Resi- dences, Farms, Shooting and Hunting Quarters aud Building Land. INVENTORIES of Furniture Fixtures and Effects made and Checked. RENTS Collected and Estates Managed. MORTG AGES procured Oil Freehold, Leasehold and Copyhold Properties. SURVEYS made and PLANS prepared. Terms may be had on application to the AUCTION AND ESTATE AGENCY OFFICES, BRIDGE STREET, CARNARVON. MANAOEII—ME. WM. HUGH OWEN. WHISKY. Veev OLD HIGHLAND SCOTCH WHISKY, 1;6 to ISs. per gallon. Gives iiioiusi salisfaction everywhere. BE-N. N, POOL, WínJ ana Spirit iierchact, ANNAN, N.B. TjrOUSES TO LET IX PRESTATYN.—Con- I-t veniently situate i, within easy distance of ailway station and beach.—For particulars appl. ro Mr E. lluxr, Laburnum. House, Prest itvn. [ollir.l TO LET at South End Villas, Kimuel and £ Elwy Street. TWO HOUSES at £ 19 10s rent each. Applv to Mr jAMES DAVXES, Estate Agent, Rhyl. All Iu i SLRVIUE. .OUNGr MEN wishing to JOIN HER MA- JESTY'S ARMY will, on application at any Post Office in the United Kingdom, be supplied, without charge, with a Pamphlet containing de- tailed information ns to the Condition, of Service and advantages of the Army, as to Deferred Pav and Pension. Great prospects of Promotion are offered to eli- gible Young Men. Applications can be made, eitner personally or by letter, to the Officer commanding- the Regimen- tal District at Wrexham, or to the nearest VoluD- teer Serjeant Instructor or other Recruiter. Recruits, if eligible, can be enlisted for any arm of the Regular Servicethej may selecc. [52 —2s7 lp TO' ,"t I- -OR-TH BRTNTIRION, RHIL, NORTH WALES. TO BE SOLD, OR L FURNISHED OP UNFURNISHED. THE House stands in about 3 acres f grounds There is a large tennis lawn and extensive fruit garden containing vineries, peach houso, forcing pits, melon house, &c. The house contains 10 Bedrooms. Dining Room, Dr? wing Room, Morn- ing i,, orti, Lady's Boudoir, Eilliard Room, aud Smoke Room two large B)th Rooms: Butler' Pantry, Servants' Hall, House-keeper's Room. Kii chen, Scullery, Larder, Cellarage, &c. Stabling for five horses, Harness Room,Coach House, Groom's Rcom, and Dwelling for Coachman. For te/tns &c., apply to Messrs BAIIO Y AXD N EEP, 77. Lord Street., Liverpool, or to A. KELSO, ESQ., Lrvntiriou, PlivI. ■
PHOFfiSSIONAL INTIMATION. BiBanxonAM Cn.vM^rt-. WELLIIVOXOX ROAD, Jnv 28TH, 1884. 'jiDIES AND GENTLEJTEX,— I bear most respectfully to inform you that, in compliance with the repeated solicitations of nurxnerous friends, I have taken out a license for the doupose of selling by Public Auction, and the conducting of Valuations of Property in general. My very successful experier.ee, as a Land and House Agent, induces me to appeal to yon for a share of the patronage usually bestowed on members of the profession. It shall be my sole aim to conduct each ale entrusted to my care with untiling attention, suceeded by PKOSTPT CASH SETTLEMENTS. Owners of Property in Rliyl and district, who place their properties in my hands, may rel-: upon every attention being paid thereto; Lvtb in prompt collection of rout economical management, punctual scttlei5.nts. References permitted to W. R. WiShams, Esq., Solicitor, Rhyl; J. E. Ha worth. Esq., Springside House, Rawtensiall, Lancashire, &c. Yours Obediently, F. J. SaRSO'NS. The under mentioned agencies are un.l r my management -.Norwici-i Union Fire, Provident Life County Fire, Railway Passengers Accidental and the London and General Plate Glass Insurance Companies. MeeWs Direct-)■•y. The Haworth E", ltc, 4: Central Land & House Agency Offices.
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LANDLORDS, FARLLEM A; i LENTS. THE agricultural iutcrost. <«t tlvs o. urstry has suffered from a succession ut bad liacvesls for many years. Prior to 18S4 tbe absence oi suiishine and the coutiuuous rain were attended as a natural consequence by crops, which not only were deficient in quantity, but were aiso of an inferior quality. Disease, too, has played havoc among the tlocks and herds of the farmer, so that for years now his iosscs in that way have been great. Tbe farmer's lot, therefore, has not been a for- tunate one, and his frequent grumblings have not been without a reason. But the year 1884 has been abundant in sunshine, crops (I have been splendid and have been harvested ana g-arnered in excellent condition and at a comparatively small cost. The yield, too, ii good. But alas for the farmer! the price of wheat is exceptionally low, so low that ;t is more than 100 years since the present low figure has been reached. The farmer has had a good crop of wheat, but it pro- duces in cash a sum totally inadequate to compensate for the outlay he has made in its production. He has to pay the same rent and the same rates and taxes, and yet the sum with which he has to make these pay- ments is a much smaller one, than the hopes raised by an abundant crop had led hitn to expect. This sUte of things, however, can- not go on Ion?. A remedy must be found, and when found must te speerliiy replied. But there is another side to thr- ;uon, and one which must be looked to. 1L is this. Wheat supplies the most common and the most useful article of food which is con- sumed by the g;m.t masses of the labouring classes. Cheap wheat means cheap bread, and cheap bread to thn poor man with a family is one of th.' t t of blessings, i What, therefore, cause; a loss and proves a detriment to the farmer, is a real and a positive gain to the millions of our teeming population Now, this view of the question opens an- other field of inquiry aDd enables UG to show at a glance the immense benefit wb1 el; the' repeal of the Corn Laws has conferred on this country. Roughly speaking we cannot- grow corn in these islands in sufficient a bun- dance to feed our steadily increasing popula- lation for half the year. Vve are, therefore,. dependent on foreign countiies fir more than one LaIf of the food which w-5 eat. Tnis is'a serious matter, and it behoves us TO view it apart from all selfish or class considerations. We have a population of 33 millions and of thosc Dot more than one rii./ion wouiu be benefitted by a rise in the price ot corn, while 34 millions would suffer by it. The agricultural labourer is not oi'cctv. so h eluded in the class or clat-.cs v;k-h arc beueiiiiod by a high price foi a^eulturai produce. Cheap bread and cbeap meatjaTe as beneficial to HODGE as they are to the aiifcrent avtizans and labourers, in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, o- The far-ners, the landlords, and the beneficed clergy nrc the three clasec, who vroul p-'r.fit by use ia the price of cor.- s.u.l i- ° there- fore, wish for and vote tor a l-estnccion to be put on the importation of food. In plainer tci'ToS. these all: they v, L0 \v*-uVd widooin- ene imposition of a duty on io-ugu coin and Oil foreign meat. They arc mnaenuod Ly me old feoiiug of proiect'o J, an t they give vent to that feeling by crying out for Fair Trade. The interests then of the 3d millions are 1 paramount, and much as the loss which. accrues to the farmer is to be regretted, we evs:i t close our eyes to the real and sub- stantial blessing it is to the enormous number or people who are included in the expression a millions. Those then who would rai; the ghost of Protection, by the euphonious but specious and misleading phrase of Fair Trade, cannot really under- stand what they are doing, or if they do, then they are acting under the selfish and sinister influences of seeking to benefit the very few I atthe expense of the very many. A duty Oil the importation of corn can never again be imposed in this country. But besides corn here are a number cf important articles of food which are imported into this country in immense quantities, such as beef, mutton, bacon, cheese, butter, &e. The British farmer produces these also as well as corn. But as they have steadily increased in price, instead of falling, as has been the case with 00"7.1, thriir free importation has not attracted j that amouut of attention and of animadver- sion on the part of the agricultural interest as the importation of corn has done. Nevertheless attempts bare been made by Tory legislators to check the impor- tation of live cattfe as much as they can, and this they have done under the veiled cry of checking the spread of the catL:e disease. Hut their attempts have failed. Bat with ail the c-ondi; ion of the farmer is bad, and again we asseit that a remedy for it must be found. The science of Political Economy at once furnishes the remedy, and the doctrine of distributive justice, if not that of practical morality, supplies another. Political economy teaches us that production at a loss soon ceases. In other words, that when an article costs more b produce It ih-m it sells for, it ceases to he produced. The deduction L uw this is that even iu England a less acreage of wheat will be sown, while the present prices will deter the exporting farm- ers in Canada, in the United States, in Cali- fornia, and in India, fr-om producing wheat in the quantities they have Joue. The supply will then lie reduced, and prices will advance. The laws of political economy are inexorable, and so no human effort can thwart them. The price of wheat then must rise, and a remedy for the farmers is found which is independent of their will and which will pre- sent itself w.thout their knowledge or fore- cast. But it will be too weak and too slow in its operation. The present position of the farmer is one which requires a more drastic temedy, and this we will now indicate. The drastic remedy, which in fact is the only other one now available, is the reduction j in the amount of rents and of rates and of taxes. The landlord receives red for the use of his laLI, and its amount should be deter- mined by the amount of 'the surplus which is left after fli- farmer has paid himself the cost of production and the interest of the capital which he has invested. If this method were adopted it is to be feared that rents in a large number of e-kses would vanish. Let them, we say., on the same grounds as we say, Let justice be dene even if the heavens should fall." During the past century rents have gradually risen while the landlord has slumbered and slept. He has toile I not neither has he spun, and yet for the last quarter of a century he has been in the full enjoyment of that unearned increment," which the farmer, the real improver of the soil, has produced. Rates and tithes ought to be tnken from the poor farmer's back and placed on that of the landlord. His share of the produce of the soil is to him pure gain. He has none of the petty cares and worrittirjg annoyances which the vicissitudes of the seasons, the diseases of the cattle, and the supervision of improvident labourers cause the farmer to feel so acutely. Let him then bear his due share of the burden. A close commercial tie aud less of a servilie one ought to exist between the landlord and tenant. Their real interests are identical and the lookiug after those interests ought to be reciprocal. The landlord's capital might be used on a given farm with benefit to both himself and the tenant. It is a laudable action for the landlord to remit or retnrn a percentage to the rent, but it would be a noble one were he to reduce it by the same amount. Eleemosynary acts do not always indicate acts of generosity, and it is much to be feared that in too many cases of remission of rent is only the putting off of an evil day and the entering of a balance in the landlord's ledger against the unfortunate, because impecunious, tenant.
Botes unb ullnnary St. Asaph Board of Guardians is likely to ) gain an unenviable notoriety for the fre- j quency of its" scenes." Another of these unseemly proceedings occurred on Thursday. We make no comment on it, further than express our regret that such a respectable assembly like the St. Asaph Board should be brought to the level of a bear garden by one ut its oldest members However, the dignity of tne chair is not likely to lose anv o. its traditional prestige, when occupied by such a man as Mr W. M. CLARYE, supported, res he was on Thursday, by Mr DIXON, and all the guardians save the person out of order."
At the meeting of the Improvement Com- missioners, on Tuesday next, Mr R. D. ROBERTS will propose a resolution in favour of letting the market hall, including stallages, rents, tolls, and weighing machines, at a fixed rental, for a period of three years. The idea ia, we presume, that those sources of revenue be let to one or more persons, -to be sub-let by them at charges which would secure for them a profit. The matter is well worth consideration. At Llandudno the market is managed by a limited company, and we read the other day or a very fair dividend being paid to the shareholders.
At the same meeting the report ot the com- mittee appointed a shoit time ago to inves- tigatc the question of the town's water and gas supplies, wili be submitted. This report is awaited with deep interest by the public, There is a very strong feeling in the town and district on the question ot the water supply, and the opinion is unanimous that measures oueht to 'be tr.kou to euia-ge the storage capacity rf I the reservo-i-, to meet the greatly extended demand upon it. It is to be hoped that the committee will have something to say on this point.
» The poor we have always with us. But the very severe weather of the past few days has reminded us of the fact with increased force. Already the shop windows indicate tho near approach of "Merry Christmas," but to hundreds of faniiles, we fear, the out- look is a very chcerless one indeed. The j Rhyl Poor Relief Fund" in past years did ia valuable service, by being the means of al- levutins- to a great extent the suffering's of tho poor. A gam its heip is needed, und we ,:Ó.ec: i >- trust it will be lorih coming. The poor tiiis Christmas, too, will greatlv feel the loss or their kind and generous benefactor —the late Mr. CHURTOX. Who will come forward to fill up the vacancy created by his lamented death ? i In the sense of being provided with means of moral and intellectual improvment, com- bined with means of real ..pleasure and enjoy- ment 'he voung men of Rhyl are at the pre- sent time highly privileged. The latest insti- tniiju started chiefly for their benefit, in the form of a Parliamentary Debating Society, promises to be a great success. We are £: "id to find tnat a Young Women's Christina Association has been instituted in our to. a. May it be as successful, and if possible c-, eii more successful than the older Association of the young men's.
RHYL PETTY SESSIONS. MOXDAY.—Before T. G. Dixon, Esq., (in tne chair), Rev. G. A. Butterton, D.D., R. J. Sisson, Esq., W. Pryce Jones, Esq. PEXYCEFXDT. Anne Roberts, Penycefndy, charged Hvgh Jones, Strawberry gardens, with assaulting her.-I-dr. M. Roberts appeared for the com- plainant, and Mr. Alun Uovcl clefendecl.-It will be remembered that this case was ad- journed from the last court because complain- ant mixed up her dates. Two men were charged in respect of the 30th of September, one of whom was convictei, and the other dismissed, but the charge against Hush Jones was adjourned on the application of the defendant's solicitor. To-day complain- ant repeated the evidence given by her at the last court. Hugh Jones was present on the 30th, and he rested" the yard door open. She ran towards Holly Mount, followed by two men, but defendant turned back to see if there was anybody in the house to defend her, say- ing he would disembowel anybody who would take her part. John Rowland was in the house, but he did not come out at all. In cross-examination complainant said she was not sitting down in the house at 12 o'clock, but walking about for her life. These persons *verf there fromfnight to morning. J. Row- lands was in'the house. She did not remember whether she had been in the house two or three hours before 12 o'clock. She shut the door to prevent them murdering her, but re- mained outside. Mr. Lloyd You shut yourself out with the men to prevent them from murdering you P Witness: I shut myself out to stop them murdering me in the house. In reply to further questions oomplainant said Mrs Wynnstanley left the dress produced at the last court after her death. When pressed complainant refused to say who hand- ed the dress to her, but invited the advocate to her house to sea the letter (of presentation presumably). John Rowlands, miner, Prestatyn., said he remembered the night of the alleged assault. He was at Anne Robert's house after 11 o'clock. Hugh Jones came there shouting He knew hugh Jones by his voice, and it was light enough to recognise him. He did not see Hugh Jones doing anything. Could not tell how long Hugh Jones remained. Wit- ness like a brave man stayed in the house. By Ur. Lloyd He had business at Mrs. Robert's, and she asked him to stay because she was afraid. He was not watching Will- iam Jones's house onjthe 29tb, and he was not caught in a ditch opposite, bat did go to a field on that night, and some men came to the gate and he went to meet them, For the defence Mr Lloyd said that these parties had taken upon themselves to see William Jones home, for Ann Roberts, with J. Rowlands as avenger, were constantly an- nlying him, and it was a fact that shots were fired to William Jones' house, It was to pro- tect William that Hugh Jones was there— and had to pass Anne Roberts' house to go to Strawberry Gardens. As he passed Anne Roberts pounced upon him and pemred out the phial of her wrath in the shape of a sharp tongue upon him and, he replied in terms equally polite, but did not touch her. Edward Davies, Strawberry gardens, that William Jones asked a lot of them to see him home because he was afraid, as shots had beenfired at him.I.Ile saw William Jones going to the house, and Hugh Jones left him to go home. Mrs Roberts rushed out of the houea and defendant asked her what she wanted 1) interfere with his brother, but she rushed pact him towards Holly Mount. She made her way back screaming, and young Daviea took hold of her and took her down to the road, when the Rev. Mr Lloyd Jones came up and escorted her home, Hugh Jones never toncbed Anne Roberts. In cross-examination witness said they wero | all sober, and quiet, Mrs Roberts always rushed out when anybody passed-in fact she t rushed out at him several times and insulted him. Robert Williams, postman, Vale road gave similar evidence. David Williams, Vale Terrace, also gave evidence which concluded the defence.— Cass dismissed, the chairman saying he would make no further observations than express a wish that they would hear no more of there parties. NOX-rAYMBST OT DISTRICT BATES, Several persons were summoned by Mr Arthur Rowlands for non-payment of district rate, but most of them Bettled 'before coming to court. CRUELTY TO AS ASS. Jûhn Parry, Rhuddlan, an old and infirm man, was charged by P.C., Hughes with cruelty to an ass on the 15ttl of November, by beating it across the loins with a heavy stick—Defendant pleaded guilty, and im- plored the clemency of the Bench, for he did not think he hurt the animal.-Fined 6d with 7s. 6d. costs, with a sharp caution.
RHUDDLAN. ACCIDENT.—A young man of the name of Wilson met with a serious accident at the Phoenix W orklt on Wednesday afternoon, at 5.30. Whilst sawing some timber, his hand somehow got int) the machine, the result being that his hand was fright- fully lacerated. tuxEEAj. SERMON.—On Wednesday night, at the Calvinistic Methodist Chapel, the Rev. Francis Jones; Abergele, delivered a sermon with reference to the departure from amongst us of the late Mrs Morris, Heudref. The words chosen by the reverend gentleman for the occasion were Job i. i, and a viry powerful and touching sermon was preached. OUT or Woiar,The small town of Rhuddlan has of late not been an exception to other simil'i'' towns. A great number of woikmen. who we may say are allxiou for work, are seen daily on the streets, out of employment, and the outlook for the coming winter is gloomy to the utmost degree, and no doubt that want will be suffered on the hearths of niHiiy families. It is a great pity that more work is uot cut out by the gentry of the neigh- bourhood, so as to prevent the poverty that is now threatened around us.
ST. ASAPH. CATHEDRAL SEEVK -1st Sunday in Advent (Si Andrew), Novembe. '7 i.—Morning at 11 .Service Dykes? iu F anthem. Hosanna in the highest," •■Stainer). Evening at 5 The Litany anthem, "Oûmfol" ye," (Handel). Evening at 6-15 Hym; 33. 31, o'J. — Choral Services on Thursday at a.m and Saturday at 5 p.m. In residence, en. Archdeacon Ffoulkes; Succentor, Rev. W. Morton, M.A. organist, R. A Atkins, Esq. FjaLUEK.—The failure- of Charles R, Hugh-. printer, &c. St. Asaph, is announced. The first meeting of creditors will be held at the Ofilci,i Receiver's offices at Chester, on the 3rd prox.
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Railway Company 3o and 36 Vict., cap. 127, 36 and 37 Vict., cap. 230, ;;nd the other Acts relating to the Seacombe, Hoylake, and Deeside Railway Company; 12 and 13 Vict., cap. 81, and the other Acts relating to the Manchester, Sheffield, and Lincolnshire Railway Company 25 and 2G Vint., cap. 221, 27 and 28 Vict., cap. 234, and the Acts relating to thcWrexham, Moid, and Connaii's Quay Railway Company 5 and 6 Will. IV.. cap. 107, and the other Acts relating to the Greit Wes- tern Railway Company; 9 and 10 Vict., cap. 201, and the other Acts relating to the London and North-Western Railway Company. And notice is hereby Given, that on or before the 30th day of November instant plans and sections showing the lines and levels of the intended railways and the land and other property which may be taken for the purposes thereof, with a book of reference to such plans and ordnance map with the lines of the intended railways delineated thereon and a copy of this notice as published in the London Gazette," will be deposited for public inspection with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Chester, at his office at Chester, and with the Clerk of the Peace for the County of Flint, at his office at Mold and on or before the 30th instant a copy of so much of the said plans and sections and book of reference as relates to each parish in or through which the intended railways or any p irt ".icrcof will be made or pass, together with a copy of this notice will be deposited for public inspection with the Parish OJe: k of each such parish, at his residence, and in the case of any extra-parochial place, with the Fari-h Clerk of some adjoining parish, at his residence. Printed copies of the for the intended Act will be desposited in the Private Bill Oihce of the House of Commons on or before the 21st day of- December next. Dated this 11th day of November, 1S 84. GILL and ARCHER, ) 14, Cook street, LIvcrpooL f BIRCH, CULLIMORE. and r Solicitors DOUGLAS, ) Friars, Chu,ter. WILLIAM BELL, 27, Great George street, Westminster, Parliamentary Agent.