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fTha MW-i r r:-ii.-il .il'a.l is from the pen of Mr J- Forb,;s- n. wh<> i.s anuocnced to lecture at the Art Treasure? Kxhibi+ion next week] —
MAID OF HON A. I -
MAID OF HON A. I. A lady lives t>y wood-frirg't'd l.iket F.tx away in Mona And Oh frr that sweet kdy's sake, I would fain a lnve-lilt make, Which she might sing, though she could not take Me for her love in Mona, L II. For I am and she is young, Faraway in Mona; An* all rtss-t. p'ts ever sung Of witch ins fao- and silvery tongue Are her's, tl-e loveliest maid among The beautiful of Mona. III, And she is sprung right royally, Far away in Mona And she is pas-ionless, though free And full of a-ruciousness to me, Who am not come of high degree, And count for nought in Mona., IV. I came to her sick and oppressed, Far awa v in Mona She took me in and 2"a-e me rest, Sang all the spng-s I loved the best. Smiled in my face pnd made me bleat— This a-entle 31aid of Mona. V. The green-sward slopes to the watery brink. Far away in Mona, Where white swans sail and the song-birds drink, "Where hloom the lily, rose and pink, An all the flowers which one can think. Near this still lake in Mona. VI. And up amidst the folia-, ed green, Far C1wà in Mona, The window'd b<\er of my love isseen, Mantled in ivy, as yNtoay ween, The home where my la(?fcreigo/as queen Of hearts tha tbeit, in Mona. VII. I marked her once at her lattice height, Far away in Mona- And she waved me such a sweet "good night." Twaa less a hand than a waft of light From a heavenly vision pure and white- Holy the ground in Mona VIII. t have t her hand, looked in her face, F i,r away in Mona, And keeulv felt 'twas not my place To (-Lz2 -1 wrapped on so much grace, When ther--> must not be the faintest traoe Of lov3 'twixt us in Mona, IX. Oh I be a cwan on your own bright lake y ir away in Mona; Amd mike -ne Y )ur shadow for love's dear sake, And theci voVll ki n me from morning's break Till shade, if evening overtake .A ad hap us both in Mona. X. Or better still, be St. Margaret's flower, Far awiy in Mona; Ajid I a dewdrop at evening hour Ylo&ting past your bonnie bower, Will sink on your breast and have nightly dower Till il.,iy dawns bright on Mona. XI. Bat the will say, I must not speak, Fa r awa*' in Mona, A word of bvj. r dare to seek Tlie pressure n your hand or cheek, Far less the which angels meek Mizl- t I inz to kiss in Mona. XII. But what to rm is the world's control, Nob'est Maid of Mona ? I hold you fast here. in my soul, And will, wl:1 life's golden bowl Be broken, and Time cease to roll For ever-nore in Mona JOHN FORBES-ROBERTSON. Wrexham Art Exhibition, 31st August, 1876.
irtb,s •trrages, attb eats. BIRTHS. AStCWMGHT—On the 22nd ult., at Farr, Inverness, the Hon. Mrs F. Arkwright, prematurely, of a daughter, still- bora. BK-On the 27th ult.. at 3, Parkgate-road, Chester, the wife of Mr William liaker, of a son. OBJTTOH—On the 2rth ult., the wife of Arthur Denton, EfJq., of John's Villa, Leytonstone, Essex, of a daughter. OttOVEE—On the 2-th ult., at Gwaeloe y-Graig, Pontypridd, Glamorganshire, the wife of Henry Llewelyn Grover, solicitor, Cardiff and Pontypridd, of a daughter. JRBB-Oa the 25 th ult., at the Lythe, Ellesmere, the wife of A. J. Jebb, Esq., of a daughter. JONES—On the 22nd ult., the wife of the Rev. D. Jones, Dyserth Vicarage, of a son. FttrCH—On the 27th ult., at Derby Castle, Douglas, Isle of Maa, the wife of Lieutenant-Colonel Price, of a daughter. ILAIKES-on the 22ud ult., at Watton House, Herts, the wife of Henry Cecil En ikes. Esq., M.P., of a son. R OB BUT.S—On the 3rd ult., the wife of Benjamin Chaffers Roberta, Oakfield, near Chester, prematurely, of a son, still-bora. MARRIAGES. Huana^—JONES—On the 29th ult., at St. Cybi's Church, Holyhead, by the Rev. J. Lloyd Jones, curate, Mr Kiehard ffaghes, seaman, to Miss Ann Jones, both of Elolyhead. J,LOTD-SONES-On the 22nd ult., at St. Paul's, Man- oheeter, Thomas, fourth son of Mr John Lloyd, Holy- well, to Henrietta, youngest daughter of the late Mr Joshua Jones, lath cleaver, Liverpool. Iff ORGAN—OOOPE It—On the 21st ult., at the Parish Charch, Wrexham, by the Rev. David Ho ell, vicar, Edward Morgan, to Mary Catherine Cooper, both of Wrexham. .POLDING-MORGAN-On the 12th November, 1875, by license, at Birkenhead, Alfred Polding, Preston, to Elisabeth Augusta, second daughter of Thomas Morgan, Bfymbo. B0BERT3—WILLIAMS—On the 29th ult., at St. Bride's Cfcuroh, Liverpool, by -.he Rev. Richard Postanee, Ellis Roberts, cf Llanfyllin, Eolicitor and registrar of the oouaty ooo,t. to L-,lura Ellen, youngest surviving daughter Of the late William Williams, Esq., of Ty Nanaff, of Tremadoc. WIELLIA-MB-FOR-,rEE-On the 26th ult., at Tonbridge, by tks Bev P. F. Nursey, M.A., William Glynn, youngest SOlI. of the late Rev. Morris Williams, of Llanrhyddlad Rectory. Amglesey, to Gertrude Frere, second daughter of the late Major-General Henry Forster, C.B., Royal Artillery. WYNN -ItOMER-On the 31st ult., at St. George's, Han- over gqxsre, Loadon, by the Rev. Dr. Simons, rector of St. Heiaa's, Qateahead, uncle of the bride, assisted by tbe Re*. W. Richardson, M.A., rector of Corwen, and domestic chaplain to Lord Hill, the Honorable C. H. Wynn, of Bållg, to Miss Frances Georgiana, second daughter of Coloeel Romer, Bryncemlin, near Dolgelley. DEATHS. AKMOR—On the Sakh ult., Mr Richard Armor, of Pant-glas, Ruthm, formerly of Tatrad Farm, near Denbigh, aged •S years. ,BAKBBZ-Oa the ttth ult., aged 48 years, Joseph Bamber, master et Hawarden Union Workhouse for over 20 years. .DO WPflita-Oa the 26th ult., aged 6 years, Joseph Thomas gon of Joseph Downing, stationmaster, Trefnant. HAZLEHURST—O* the 6th ult., at his residence, Bidston, Chtwhu-e, aged ii, Mr William Hazlehurst. sen., fanner. JONRS tåe 20th ult., at Rhyl, in her 14th year, Lizzie, eldest aad beloved daughter of Mr William Jones, Pasyboat, Corwea. Friends will kindly accept this in- timation. T.EIGH On the 27th ult., at Llandudno, Oswald Peter Lero-h of Belmont Hall, J.P. for Cheshire, and hon. major of the 1st Royal Cheshire Militia, aged 42. MAIWWARING—On the 25th ult., at Worting House, Hants, aged 61, Arthur Mainwaring, Esq., youngest son of th* late Sir Harry Mainwaring, of Plover Hall, Ch, late captain in the 68th light infantry and 66th toot. PH&CF,On the 27th ult., aged 45, Mr Owen Pierce, butoher, TalyboHt, Bangor. "PRICE—On the 38th ult., at Derby Castle, Douglas, Isle of Man, Amy, infant daughter of Lieutenant-Colonel Price. PICKERING—O* the 23rd ult., Margaret, wife of Mr Phillip Pickering, Penybryn, Rnabon, aged 66. JtOBSRTS—On the SSth ult., Mr Samuel Robert, woollen manufacturer. Llansaiatflaid-Glynceiriog, aged 64. TATLOR—O* thetHh nit., Mary, daughter of Mr A. Taylor, 11nli wmartrr Cela Byehan, aged 4 years. WV.LCH -On the 19th inat., at Grindley Brook, Whit charek. aged 51 yom, RUss, wife of Mr Hugh Roe
DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY RIFLEI…
DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY RIFLE ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL PRIZE MEETING AT LLANGOLLEN. The eighth aanual prize of the above assjociatioa took pluce at the rifle range. Llangollen, on Tuesday last. The meeting was considered a successful one, and there was a greater number of competitors than 'n previous yearE. among whom were several well-known Wimbledon shots but. although the weather was fine, the wind blew hilf a gale from the left during the greater part of the day, and the shooting was if anything below the average. To show how much a strong wind will affect the scores, it may be mentioned that the winner of the Association Prize, the coveted laurel at this meeting, aimed his rifle fifteen feet off the target. There were two pairs of targets, as usual, for the 200 and 500 yards ranges the Yeomanry prizes being competed for at the shorter range only. Shooting commenced at nine o'clock with the com- petition for the Association Prize, the total value of which is .£25, divided into seven prizes The first is. of course, the ambition of crack shots, inasmuch as in addition to a purse of .£10 the winner takes the medal of the National Rifle Association, which entitles him to shoot for his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales' Prize at Wimbledon in 187". He is also entitled to the battalion nomination for the Queen's Prize and the St. George's Challenge Vase at the same meeting, the entrance fees being paid by the association. Private E. Rowland. ist, D.R.V.. is the winner this year with a total of 50 points; which compares unfavourably with last year when the winner of the same pjize scored 59, but under more propirious circumstances. la the preliminary competition for the selection of members to repre- sent the corps at Llangollen, Private Rowland stood 15th out of the 16 selected, with a score of 162. the two highest scorers being Private F. Jones. 288 and Quartermaster-Sergeant Lees. 283 With one ex ception, Lady Williams Wynn's prizes were carried off by Wrexham, the first falling to Corporal H. Jones for 52 points, whereas the same prize last year was won with 55 In the volley firing the Wrexham first squad tied with Ruabon with i 26 points, and divided the prize. Wrexham was again to the fore in the yeomanry contests, the cup in the Ladies' Prize being secured by Private J. Roberts, of the B troop, with 18 points, which how- ever was three below the score made last year in the same competition; but the yeomanry at the short range had :he same difficulties to contend with as the volunteers, and considering the day was not at all favourable for good practice the scores were not so much amiss. The All-comers' brought out 85 competitors, the first prize falling to Wrexham in the person of Sergeant T. Woodville. Sir Watkin Williams WTynn, the lieutenant-colonel, was unavoidably absent as was also her ladyship, and Major West also sent a telegram expiessing re- gret at not being able to be present. The officers on the ground included Lieutenant-Colonel White, who acted as umpire, Captain Conran, honorary treasurer; Captain Bury, Captain L. ko erts and Lieutenants Morris (hon secretary), J. Osweil Bury, Aspinall, Price, and Williaaas. The yeomanry de- tachment was under the command of Uapt. Barnes. In the course of the afternoon, the Hon. Mrs and Miss Tottenham distributed the prizes; but it was remarked that some of the recipients of the volunteer prizes so far forget themselves as to appear in the topcoats of civilians during the cere- mony. Besides being unsoldierlike, there was no excuse for this breach of military etiquette, the sun shining brightly at the time. The prizes having been distributed, hearty cheers were given for Mrs and Miss Tottenham, after which the men returned to the butts to finish the remaining competitions The duties of the secretary's tent were efficiently discharged by Sergeant-Instructor W. Jones, assisted by Sergeant Cummings. 0 R.C., of the Royal Denbigh Militia staff. The marking was done by the staff sergeants cf the 1st Royal Cheshire Militia. Subjoined is the return of the various contests:— THE ASSOCIATION PRIZE, value 9-25. Competed for by ten per cent. of (he effective members of each coi ps leturned December 1st, 11:17:Kang", 200 and 1501) yards. Seven Loi,otsatt-ach. Firt prize. Lioaud the medal; serontl, -65 third, £ 2 les fourth, £ 1 10s fifth, £ 1; a priee of £ l to the highest scorer at each range and a prize of X3 to the squad that makes the highest aggregate average at both ranges. 200 500 I otal. Private E. Rowland (Wrexham) 30 20 SO Private K. ParKinson (Wiexham) 24 24 4 Private P. Parry (Gresford). 26 22 48 Lieutenant Price (Gresford) 26 18 44 Private It. Wynne (Denbigh). 24 18 42 Range Prizes. 200 yards, Sergeant McUmcheon (Gwersyllt) 30 points. uO >.irds, Private K. Parkinsou (Wrexhain) 24 „ Aggregate (Gresford) 37 83 LADY WILLIAMS WYNN'S PRIZE, value X12 10i. Com- peted for by five per cent, of the efficient members of eaeh corps who have att ndeu the greatest number of drills be- tweell the 1st December, 187.5, and the 31»t of July, 187t>. Kanges, 20<; ana ,.00 yards First prize, £ 5; second £ '2 1ub; thiril, £ 1 10s; a pr.ze of 10s to tne highest scorer at each rauge; and a prize of 1;2 0" to the squad that mak. s the ranj<e and a prize of £ 2 0s to the squad that mak. s the highest aggregate at both ranges. 200 500 Total. Corporal H. Jones ( Wrexham) 29 23 52 Sergeant J. Smith (\\ r xh ititj 26 23 49 Private P. Joues (Wr, xliltm 28 20 48 liange Prize. 200 yards, Sergeant Mcllutcheon (Gwersyllt).29 points. WO yards, Corporal J. lioberta (Wrexham) 2fi Aggregate (Wrexham) 42 87 ALLCOMERS' SNIDEK ENFIKLD PRIZK. Open to all-comers. Five shots at 600 yar'is. Lighty-five com- petitors. First prize, £ 10 sejond, £ 2 10s, third £ 1; fourth, 15s; fifth, lus. petitors. First prize, £ 10 sejond, £ 2 10s, third Ll fourth, 15s; fifth, lus. 500 yds. Sergeant T. Woodville (Wrexham). 20 Sergeant K. Lloyd (Ruthin) 20 Private F Jone- ( rex ham K 20 Corporal W. Smith (Runbon) 20 Private P. Parry (Gresford) 19 VOLLE Y PRIZE. A squad of eight men fr.m each company aud sub-division of a company, or separate sub-dnisiou I consisting of effective officers, non-commwoned officers, and pr.vates. Five rounds each, at 300 yards. Hythe position. First pr.ze, Xs; second, L2; third Zi. 200 yds. Wrexham, 1st squad 126 ) Ruabon, 1st ,-quaa 126 j aiviae. Wrexham, 2n squad 119 LADIES' DENBIGHSHIRE HU-SARS PRIZE, presented I by the officers' ladies of the D.H. Competed for by sei en of the be.-t shots of each troop. Regimental carbines. Five shots at 200 yards. Fiist prize, cup value 45; secotid LI; third, 10s. Private J. Roberts (B troop) 18 Private H. Roberts (C troop). 16 200 yds. I Private T. Morris (B troop) 14 LIEUT.-COL. NAYLOR LKYLAND'S PRIZE, value £ 5. Five shots :it 200 yards. The winner of the cup not al owed to compete for this prize. First prize, £ 2 10s second, £ 1 losr third £ 1. lt)q thir,i El- 200 yds. Sergeant J. Roberts C troop) 17 Private H. Atiallis (C troop). 16 Private J. Robel ts (D iro» p) 15 COLONEL TOTTENHAM'S CUP. Same conditions. The winner of the cup not allowed to compete. 200 yds. Corporal F. Richards (A troop; 16 SERGEANT INSTRUCTORS' PRIZE. Open to Sergeant Instructors belonging to corps forming the first adminis ra- tive battalion. Five shots at 500 yards. First prize, £1; second, X2 third, L I. 500 yds. Sergeant W. Jones (Wrexham). 20 Sergeant E. Roper (Gresford) 16 Sergeant J. Phoenix (Ruabon) 6
MEETING OF THE WREXHAM GAS…
MEETING OF THE WREXHAM GAS COMPANY. On Monday last the thirty-seventh annual meet- ing of directors and shareholders of the Wrexham Gas Company was held at the offices, Wrexham Fectian. There were present—Messrs W. Overton (in the chair), A. W. Edwards, J. Jackson, E. Jones, J. Milligan, J. Allmand, J. Davenport shareholders: J. Bury, W. H. Taylor, T. Hughes. T. Stant, Walter Jones, J. Sudlow, R. Parry. S. Jones, J. Norman, E. Lovatt, S. Waden, and Thos. Walker (secretary). The minutes of the last meeting having been read by the secretary, The Chairman moved the confirmation of the minutes, and the seal of the company was attached to the list of the shareholders in authentication thereof. The Secretary then read the annual report, which was as follows:—"Revenue Account: The sale of gas has increased during the year; but, owing to the reduction in the price of 8d per 1 000 feet from the 1st day of July, 1875. the income from this source is less by the sum of X694 16s 10 i than the previous year. The other items of receipts show a satisfactory increase. The ) ear's expenditure upon this account is less by JB733 9s 8d, the two principal items of reduction being the cost of coal and cannel, and repair and renewal of marks and mains. The result of the year's working is an increased profit of .£506 9s 9d. During the year 92 additional houses and premises have had interior fittings fixed, and a number of others in course of erection will require a supply of gas before the winter. The expenditure upon the Capital Account has been chiefly for service pipes and meters for new premises. Main pipes will have to be laid to supply gas to the new barracks and houses in the rapidly increasing suburbs of R hosddu, Fairfield. and Hightown. The directors have under consideration the desirability of erect- ing some cottages for the company's workmen upon a. piece of land not required for the future enlarge- ment of the works. To carry out these extensions they propose to make further calls upon the 500 shares issued in the year 1872. Dividend—Af*er paying the interest and loans, and the interim dividend for the half-year ended 31st December hast, the directors have much pleasure in announcing that the balance of profit and loss account, amount- ing to < £ 1,369 7s4d isaut&dent to make the maximum ,I,1 oll/twas) h. fh.. "mn!lno'a Anf on/1 f. carrv forward a balance of -6106 17s 4d. They therefore recommend the shareholders to declare a dividend at the following rate, viz., 6 per cent. upon the consolidated stock, and 3l per cent, upon the shares, mating respectively 10 and 7 per cent,. per annum. The retiring directors are Messrs J. Allmand, Joseph Jackson, and Thomas Williams and the re iring auditor is Mr Wm. Jones: they are all eligible for re-election." The Chairman moved the adoption of the report, briefly reviewing the statements contained therein, and expressing his pleasure at seeing the company going on prosperously. Mr A W. Edward, seconded the resolution, which was unanimously carried. Mr John Bury moved, and Mr Lovatt seconded, that the retiring directors—Messrs Allmand, Jack- son, and T. Williams—be re-elected, and that the remuneraticn of the board for the current year be £100. The motion was carried unanimously. Mr Walter Jones moved that Mr Wm. Jones be re-elected one of the auditors. This was seconded by Mr G. Haden and carried unanimously. The Chairman moved that the interim dividend paid in March be confirmed, and that the share- holders now declare one at the following rate, payable on the 1st day of September, viz., at the rate of 6 per cent. upon the consolidated stock, and 3-ij per cent. upon the shares, making 10 and 7 per cent. per annum respectively. Mr Taylor seconded the resolution, which was carried. A vote of thr-nks to the chairman and directors was then proposed by Mr Bury, seconded by Mr T. Hughes, and carried unanimously. The Chairman briefly thanked the meeting for the compliment, on behalf of the directors and himself, and this brought the proceedings to a close.
----WREXHAM PUBLIC HALL AND…
WREXHAM PUBLIC HALL AND CORN EXCHANGE COMPANY. On Thursday morning a meeting of the directors and shareholders of the Wrexham Public Hall and Corn Exchange Company (limited) was held in the board-room of the public buildings, Henblas-street, when there were present the following gentlemen Mr S. T. Baugh (in the chair), Lieut.-Col. Jones, Messrs Overton, Sherratt. Smith, Owen, and the secretary, Mr W. H. Tilston. The circular calling the meeting was read by the Secretary, after which the following report was placed on the table :— The directors beg to submit the financial statement for the year ending June SOtli, 1876. They regret that although the rents derived from the property have materially increased they are not able to recommend the declaration of a dividend this year. It will be oOderved that the sum of £ M 18d 3d hss been paid on account of capital account and furniture account, and that the sum of £:) has been paid for ex. ceptional repairs. After the strong remarks made from time to time by the judge, the directors expected that the liberal offer made by them would have been accepted. So far. however, it has not been. The directors hope that during the current year the income will be som9what augmented and the expenditure reduced. The directors who retire by rotation are Messrs S. T. Baugh, J. Clark, and J. C. Owen. They are eligible for re-election. The receipts amount to £ :19188 9d for the year ending 30th June, 1871;, and the expenditure to £ 2(i0 !Is Id, whildt the" current expendit ure" amounts to £ 233 17s Id, 1, aving a balance in the bank of £ 17 0s 2d, and in the hands of the 12s 5d, or a total balance in favour of the company oÍ £ 35 12s 7d. The general balance shows the capital and liabilities to be- Capital, .£4,!J75; debts and liabilities, £3,8() 7s 5d. The property and assets showed the movahle property to have cost £ 674 4s 7d, there being a balance of hand of £ 35 12s 7d, whilst the permanent property had cost £ 7.W9 2s 4d. The amount due to the company wad £ 73 17s Gd, leaving a balance in hand of £ 23 0s rd. The accounts hale been audited by lnr C. Glascodine and certified as being correct. The Chairman moved the adoption of the report, and the motion was seconded by Col. Jones, and carried unanimously. Col. Jones proposed that the retiring directors be re-elected. Mr Overton seconded the resolution, and it was carried. Mr Smith moved that Mr Glascodine be appointed auditor at a fee of .£3 3rf. The motion was seconded by Mr Owen, and carried unanimously. In the course of the meeting, the Chairman observed that J62,000 worth of shares were not yet taken up. The Chairman said he believed the County Court Judge, on Monday last, complained of the incon- venience of holding his courts in that place, and exprefsed a desire to hold them in a more suitable building. Mr Sherratt then quoted the remarks of the judge as they appear in another column. It was resolved that the secretary communicate with Mr Horatio Lloyd, the judge, informing him that ample accommodation can be provided at the Public Hall bui di gs for the business of the County Court, and asking if his Honour will accept the use of the same to hold one court a month on pay- ment of £ 20 per.annum. A vote of thanks to the chairman closed the pro- ceedings.
DENBIGH. HORTICULTURAL SHOW AT LLANDYRNOG.— Through the exertions of the rector of the parish, the Rev D. Williams, the first horticultural show was held in the village, on Thursday, for the pur- pose of promoting (by offering suitable prizes for competition) the study of horticulture amongst the villagers. It was hoped to make the show an annual one if Thursday's exhibition proved successful, but the weather was sufficiently unfavourable to bring failure to a much more e'aborate and important event. Particulars of the exhibition will be given next week. BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT. FRIDAY.—Before the Mayor (T. J. Williams, Esq), Evan Pierce, J Parry-Jones, Thomas Evans, R LI. Williams, and J. W. Lloyd, Esqrs. CHARGE OF PERMITTING DRUXKENNESS.—Richard Jones, landlord of the Eagles Inn, was charged with allowing a drunken man to remain in his house at mid-day, on the 16th of August.— Sergeant Lewis said that he saw William Jones, of Henllan-street, very drunk and riotous in High-street. The man went in the direction of the Eagles Inn. He followed him there and found him with several others who were served with drink. When he was going into the house he saw Mrs Jones carrying drink into the room, and he cautioned her against serving Jones. He left the house, and the man was allewed to remain there a quarter of an hour afterwards, he not having been asked to turn him out.—Defendant said that the man who was in the house was a perron they never under any circumstances served with drink, and he and Mrs Jones asked him to go out many times hut he would not. He was one of those kind of characters that they did not like to be rough with, or he would soon damage the furniture, and behave otherwise badly. He did his best to get him out of the house as quickly as possible, and swore no drink was supplied to him. To prove this, defendant called John Roberts, Denbigh, and John Roberts, Tremeirchion, who both declared that Jones had no drink, and that defendant induced him to quit.—Sergeant Lewis said thb charge was not for supplying drink, but for permitting a drunken man to remain on the premises.—Defendant said he had kept the house ten years, and there had not been the slightest complaint against him or his house.—Superinten- dent Tudge saw the man in question (Wm. Jones) on the street soon after twelve that day, and he was very drunk. The man told him he had been working all night and had seven quarts of ale before seven o'clock that morning. Directly after Mr Chambres sent to the police station for men to lock the man up as he was drunk and disorderly in Henllan-street.—The Mayor, after a consultation in private, said they had carefully considered the case, and as defendant refused the man drink, they agreed to deal leniently with him, it being also the first charge against the house. The fine would be 5s. and costs, although they had power to fine him £10 and costs. The Bench blamed defendant for not having asked Sergeant Lewis to turn the man out.—Defendant said that the Sergeant left the house before he had the chance of doing so. THE ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING.—This beincr the annual Brewster Sessions, the whole of the licenses held in the borough of Denbigh, including the village of Henllan, were renewed, there having Viopn no pnmnlftinla mnrlo hv t.h.1; 0q fA "Ion way in which the houses had be?n conducted. The license* were 39, al"o one for selling sweets one for wines, on<- for selling beer not to be consumed on the premises. Only one six day's license was issu d—to the landlord of the Castle At'ms Inn, Ca*>l.- Hill. A NOTORIOUS CHARACTER IN TROUBLE.—William Junes. labourer, well known in the town, having been convicted on 34 previous occasions for assaults, ponchinir, and drunkenness, was charged wi!\¡ drunken and ri itous conduct. Serjeant Tipwis proved thtt, defendant was drunk and riotous in High-street, on the 16th ult. He Wa'4 cursing and sweirinl, so furiously and loudly that he could hear him the full extent of High street. This was the mm found drunk in the Eagles Inn. The bpneh considered that it was useless to fine defendant, and committed him to gaol for one month's Inrd labour. He did not appear, although he was seen about ten minutes before the court met. and it was said he never appeared except when brought up in custody N OTIC F. OF APPLICATION.—Mr Joan Lloyd, Bull Hnf<*l. gave notice that at thespecial sessions, on tlw 27th September, he should apply for an Pytet)-ion of license, so as to take in the present private house and the billiard rooms, for which latter he now took a separate license. HIGHWAY OFFENCE-A CARELESS DRIVER.— Thomas Howson, of Ilhiwlas VClla, Llanrhai idr, was charged by Sergeant Lewis with obstruct ng the highway on August 10th. The sergeant said he saw defendant's cart and two horses standing at the Druid Inn. A man came by with a can on his head and frightened the first horse so that it turned round, and but for defendant rushing out of the Druid and catching the horse the animal would have gone away up the street. Soon after that he saw defendant leave the same horses and cart opposite the shop of Mr Hughes, bootmaker, for ten minutes without anyone in charge. He had difficulty in getting defendant's name, he refusing to tell it. Mr Hughes, shoemaker, was called to prove that the time the cart s ood opposite his shop was not many minutes, but he sld the cart was at his door when the cart came up Defendant was fined Is and costs, and cautioned as to j the dangerous nature of the offence. A NAME AND A LITTLE PAINT WANTED —David Roberts, farmer, of Rhiwlas Ucha, Llaurhaiadr, was charged with leaving a cart, the signboard of wh'ch was illegible. The case was proved by Sergeant Lewis, and corroborated by P. C. Evan". Defendant said there had been a name on it once, hut was got old and dirty. Defendant was fiued 2s 6d and costs.—Remarks were made about the great number of carts going about the country without names, and one of the magistrates called attention that several were often allowed to stand in the narrow part of Henllan-street, by the turn to Gweanynog, to the great danger of those using the road. The police promised to attend to the matter. TO THE ELECTORS AND RATEPAYERS OF THE BOROUGH OF DENBIGH. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,— At the September meeting of the Town Council which takes place on Monday, the 14th inst., the important question of borrowing by loan from the Treasury the sum of from £3 000 to f6 000, to be expended on various works that have been sug- gested and brought forward at previous Council meetings, will take place. I may mention a few of them:—Drainage of the Town, Widening of Red Lane, and the adoption of other public roads that aro not now under the control of the boro' for repairs, &c, the erection of a fever hospital, apublic mortuary. These, and many other pioposals of a similar nature will, I believe, be made. Now, therefore, is the time for the ratepayers to fully consider this question and express their opinions thereon. They have now an opportunity of thoroughly considering the scheme before the Council t ike final action, and of stating whether they are in favour, or are against the expenditure about. to be incurred, and can give such suggestions as will enable the Council to carry out their wishes in the matter, and deal fairly with all the rate- payers of the Borough. With this view, I have ventured to remind those I represent that an opportunity occurs for them to state their wishes. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours obediently, JOHN LLOYD. Bull Hotel, Denbigh, August 31st, 1876. 319
RHUDDLAN. THE ANNUAL HORTICULTURAL SHOW. The annual show of the Khuddlan district Horti- cult ural Society took place on Thur,dt% in tha grounds of the fine old castle at Rhuddlan, under the patronage of the High Sheriff of Flintshire. Maj)r Kowley Conwy and Mrs Conwy, of Bodrhyddan Hall. The society extend,; its operations over the whole of the district lying within five miles of the to VN, and its principal object is the promotion of horticulture amongst the cottagers and market gardeners, and this object has. during the few last years, been fully attained. The anou d event is regarded with considerable interest by the residents of the district. and is a source of great attraction to the visitors at Uhyl, but this year it was shora of its attractiveness, and lost nearly all, if not all its success, by the wretched weather that prevailed. The slow day was preceded by much rain, and Thursday opened dull and wet, and I hroughont the whole day the rail descended in torrents, whilst the boisterous winds that prevailed completed fht discomfort of the situation. It was hopeless even to expect success, and those interested in the aff tir were reluctantly compelled to submit to the inevitable, aud pndPllvour to make the bes. of a bad job." The Denbigh town band, under the leadership of Mr R. Jones, provided the music. The flowers were very Tastefully arranged in a large tent on the ground, and 'he vegetables were placed on the greensward. There WAS as good a display as was possible under the eircum- s, ances. With theexception of the patron and patroness xud some friends there were very few visitors. The judwes were Messrs T. Pritchaid, Galltfaenan; J. Hushes, gardener, Kinmel; Rtylls, seedsman, Khyl; Jones, seedsman. Rhyl J. Morrison, seedsman, Carnar- von and the following is a copy of THE PRIZE LIST. FRUIT. Red currants-I, Edward Jones, Dyserth; 2, William Smallwood, St. Asaph. Black currants-I, Hannah Wynne, Elcq Row. Dessert apples-I, Edward Roberts, Penlin. Kitchen apples-I, Robert Roberts, St. Asaph; 2, Edward Jones, Dyserth. Late apples—1, Robert Roberts 2, William Smallwood. Pears—1, Robert Roberts 2, Thomas Roberts, High-street. Plums—1, David Davies, St. Aaaph 2, Edward Jones, Dyserth. Yellow plums—1, Edward Jones, Dyserth; 2, William Smallwood. Gooseberries—1, Edward Jones; 2, David Davies. FLOWERS. Bouquet of cut flowers-I, Margaret Jones, St. Asaph; 2, Mary Jones, St. Asaph; 3, Esther Jones, St. Asaph. Three flowers in pots—1, Edward Roberts, Penlin; 2, David Davies. Koses—1, Joseph Jones, St. Asaph; 2, Edward Jones, Dyserth; 3, David Da* ies. Bouquet of wild flowers-],IAnna Williams, Hyeas; 2, Susan Ellis, Dyserth 3, John ICdwards, Dyserth. Six dahlias-I. Josepa Jones, St. Asaph; 2, Robert Pierc, St. Asaph 3, Edward, Morris, Dyserth. One dahlia-I, Edward Morris. China asters—1, David Davies 2, Joseph Jones; 3, Hannah Davies, Dyserth. Ten week stock-1, John Nichols, Hyeas 2, Joseph Jones, St. Asaph. Hollyhocks—1, Hannah Wynne; 2, John Williams, porter; 3, William Humphreys, Dyserth. Floricultural design—1, Edward Wynne; 2, Thomas High-street; 3, J. Evans. Ditto for gardeners—1, W. Edwards, Bodrhyddan; 2, E. Jones, Rhyl. Architectural design—1, J. E. Roberts; 2, Agnes Jones; 3, D. Humphreys, Dyserth. Marigolds—1, J. P. Jones, St. Asaph; 2, D. Humphreys; 3, J. Nichols. Pansies—1, J. P. Jones; 2. David Davies; 3, D. Hum- phreys. LjSweet peas—2, T. Matthews, Lon. Collection of herbs—1, R. Pierce, St. Asaph. Market Gardener's collection of fruit and vegetables-I. Joseph Jones, St. Asaph. VEGETABLES. Cabbage lettuce—1, Ellen Nichols; 2, E. Morris. Spring onions—1, Peter Roberts, Dyserth; 2, W, Hughes, Dyserth. Turnips-I, Peter Jones, Dy erth Carrots-1, Gabriel Jones, Meliden. Kidney potatoes—1, W. Hughes, Dyserth; 2, J. Ellis; 3, William Roberts, Dyserth. Second early potatoes-2, John Ellis. Late potatoes-2, William Hughes; 2, John O. Roberts, Dyserth. Early round potatoes—1, Gabriel Jones; 2, John Ellis, Dyserth. Seoond early potatoes—1, W. E. Jones, Dyserth; 2, Mary Morgan, Dyserth. Late potatoes-2, W. Hughes, Dyserth. Peas—1, John Nichols; 2, Joseph Hughes. Broad beans—1, Jos. Hughes; 2, Robert Roberts; 3, John Nichols. Kidney beans—1, E. Roberts, Lon; 2, V. Smallwood. Scarlet runners—1, E. Roberts; 2, W. Smallwood; 3, Jos. Hughes. Cabbages (red)— 1, Gabriel Jones; 2, John Davies. White celery—1, W. Hughes; 2, Mary Morgan. Ked celery—1, W. Hughes; 2, John hllig. Leeks—1, W. Hughes; 2, John Roberts. Parsnips—1, Joseph Hughes; 2, D, Davies; 3, W. Small, wood. Lettuce—1,W. Smallwood; 2, John Nichols. Parsley—1, Joseph Hughes.
RHYL. THE OPENING OF THE TOWN HALL is to be celebrated, a short time hence, by a grand banquet given by Mr James Taylor, chairman of the Com- missioners. GALE AND WRECK.—During the terrible gale that prevailed on Thursday, a small yacht went ashore at the Voryd. and was almost immediately \1_ rw- i, t Thursday afternoon he was too ill to give any account of himself or the rest of the crew. G^AND EXKIBITIOM OP USEFUL AND ORNAMENTAL >WIMMING —Y slerday and Sa'Unl.tv ( o-day) :in exhi- bition of arid ornamental .sw-mmmg, divii,g. & ook plnce a' Wul. in close pruXimhy to the Plur. Profe^soi »iaiquis B-hbero. the celecrated of the Koyal Po.ytechnic, J»ondon, who wis to be at<ir<>,} in a complete gvinnistic suit, us perform.-d in hv him before their Koyal Highnesses Princ* and Princess Teck.
RUABON. PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY. AUGUST 25TH.—Before G. H Whailey, Esq., in the chair; Hampden Whalley, Esq Captain Conran, and Edward Evans, Esq —This was the general annual licensing meet ing, when all the licenses were granted with the exception of two, which were adjourned till the next meeting.-William Hayles, Duke-street, Euabon, shoemaker, was summoned for an assault upon William Bayliff, hairdresser. The assault being proved, Hayles was fined 10s and 8s 6d costs.
ST. ASAPH. BOARD OF GUARDIANS, THURSDAY.—Present: Mr Whitehall Dod in the chair, Messrs Joseph L,L,)% d, J. Whitehouse, E. Vaughan, E. Powell Jones, Rev. J. Jones. Number in the house, 84; vagrants re- lieved 15. An alteration in the day for the Aber- gele Vaccination District was ordered. Out-reliet duiing the fortnight, X305 15s SKI; balance in the treasurer's hands, £1,987 ,9s 4d.—In consequence of the smallness of the board the question of the burial f,'e" for the Sc. Asaph sextoa for burial of paupers was adjourned. THE GALE.—The severe gale, with great down- pour of rain, has done much damage in this district. One of the fine trees in Bronwylfa. Park was blown down. THE WORKHOUSE CHILDREN were prevented by the wet wèflther from going to Rhuddlan Flower Show to which they had been invited. To make up for the disappointment Mr Whitehall Dod entertained them.
BRYMBO. CHURCH CHoip.l he offertories on Sunday last in the parish church were devoted to the Church choir towaids the annual trip and summer outing to the sPa. side. Monday next has been selected for the treat, providing the present disturbed state of the atmosphere assumes a more settled sta e. EISTEDDVOD PRIZES.—It is not so well known, as it deserves, everal papers having been indistinct on the point, that the successful competitor at the National Eisteddvod for the best Welsh translation of Goldsmith's "Vicar of Wakefield," was the Rev. Wm. Williams (Gwilym Ap Gwilym Lleyn), of Moriah Chapel, Pentre Broughton, to whom the first prize of ten guineas and a gold medal was awarded. ART NIGHT CLASS.—Those interested in the success of the Art Night Class at the National Schools, the first session of which concluded in May last by an examination connected with the Science and Art Department, South Kensington will be gratified with the results obtained by the students presented in the various branches for examination, which results have been recently communicated by the Department to the Secretary (Mr Hanson). Out of 44 students on the register, 21 were eligible by attendance for examination. 16 of whom were presented in the different subjects, the following being successful,—E. Ault. Freehand, Geometry, Perspective, and Model; Wm. Peters, Freehand and Geometry; Alfred Price. Freehand; Mary E. Hindley- Freehand C. Davies, Geometry; G. Whitehouse, Model; Peter Williams, Freehand and Model of these. Mr Ault, obtained two excellents with a full Drawing Certificate, and Peter Williams one excellent, both of whom will receive the spocial prizes from the Department. Considering that this was the first session the success thus attained reflects great credit upon the promoters of the class, and will doubtless encourage the committee to resume it during the ensuing winter, so that the advantages accruing from such a course may be enjoyed by the artizans in this mining locality. Mr Hanson, the secretary, deserves the thanks of the district for the untiring interest and zeal he has manifested in the welfare of the class, securing an interested committee and a good supply of apparatus for the use of the class.
CORWEN. MARRIAGE RE.TOICINGs.-On Thursday a larg company met at the Owen Glyndwr Hotel, to dine in honour of the marriage of the Hon. C. W. Wynn, of Rhug. to Mis-i Romer, of Brycceiinlyn, near Dolge ley, which took place at St. George's, Hanover-square, London. About 70 sat down to an excellent dinner, provided by Mr and Mrs Jones, the following being the courses:—Fish, soup, roast and boiled beef, roast and boiled mutton, fowls and ducks, various puddings, tarts, custards, and other sweets. Dinner being over, the president (E. Mainwaring, Esq Saethllwyd), proposed the loyal toasts and the Army, Navy, aud Volun- teers." rhe Bishop, Clergy, and Ministers of all Denominations" was next proposed. The Rev. L. Reed, Curate of Corwen (the Rev W. Richard- son being in London, assisting in the important ceremony), very ably replied. The toast of the evening was then given by the president, who made an able speech on the good qualities of the Hon. C. H. Wynn, and very pleasingly refered to the fair bride, whom he bad had the pleasure of meeting. Their healths were enthusiastically drunk, and with miuical honours. Mr R. Wynn agent for the Rhug Estate, proposed The Farmers, coupled with Mr Mottby," who very wittily replied. *'The Town and Trade of Corwen was responded to by Mr Lloyd, in an able manner. Mr Roberts, vice-chairman, proposed "The health of Mr Mainwaring," which was very heartily received and drunk with musical honours. Mr R. Wynne, the much respected agent, was next toasted, and, we need not add, his health was heartily drank. Other toasts followed. The church bells were ringing at intervals during the day. We understand that a large sum of money has been collected, with which the committee intend presenting the bride and bridegroom with an address, &c., on their return from the Continent. They also intend giving treats to six schools, and also the poor in the surrounding parishes.
A Dishonest Practice.-For the sake of extra profit some unprincipled tradesmen, when asked for Reckitt's Paris Blue in Squares, substitute inferior kinds in the same form. The Paris Blue, "as used in tlfb Prinoe of Wales's Laundry," is now so universally esteemed for its splendid quality—above all other blues-that it is important to observe it is only genuine when sold in squares, wrapped up in pink paper bear- ing I. Reckitt and Son's name and trade mark. Refuse all blue which is not so wrapped, Throat Irritation.—The throat and windpipe are especiall UaDle to inflammation, causing soreness and dryness ticklinit and irritation, inducing cough and affecting the voice For these symptoms use glycerine in the form of jujubes. Glycerine, in these agreeable confections, being in proximity to the glands at the moment they are excited by the act, o sucking, becomes actively healing. 6d. and lg boxes (..y pos Jor 14 stamps), labelled "JAMES EPPS, & Co." Homoeopathic Chemists, 48, Ihreadneedle-street, and 170, Piccadilly, London.Sold by W. ROWLAND High-street, Wrexham. 997h Foreign Liquers, Pate de foie Gras, Truffles, Macedonies, Mushrooms, Petit Pois, Salad Cream, Crystalised Fruits, Cosaques, Anchovey and Bloater Pastes, Ox Tongues, Soups Chutneys, Olives, Capers, Anchovies, &c., in great variety, and of the finest quality, at Benson and Co's. Tea and Foreign Warehouse, High-street, Wrexham.
AS IT lb.
AS IT lb. In the Times of Jan. 7th, Dr Hawaii writes :— -1 I have made a further analysis of tea; of 18 samples, all were found to be adulterated. They were all artiicially coloured with Prussian Blue, turmeric, and a mineral powder. The subsumes used in facing tea serv. no useful purpose, but render practicable other
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AS IT OUGHT TO BE (At the Docks, where Homiman's Teas are in bond, I took samples trom original chests, whicn 1 analysed and fouud per- fectly PUBS, and free from the usual artificial facing the quality being equally satisfactory.' Feb. 19,1874 A. H. EUssaia, M.H.
The Rev. Charles Voysey, on Wednesday, lec- tured a.t Bangor, on Our Faith and its Founda- tions." The election of a joint officer of health for the amalgamated sanitary districts comprised within the county of Carnarvon is fixed for September 26th. GWAENYSGOR NATIONAL SCHOOL.—The first report of Her M"je ty'.< Inspector of Schools of this young in- stitution was received list week, and is to the following effect:—" This little school has made a very good be- ginning." MALPAS FLOWER SHOW,—The third annual exhibition of Malpis Floral and Horticultural Society was held on Wednesday in the Arbour Field, adjoining the Higher Rectory, kindlv lent for the occasion by the Hon. and Rev. W. T. Kenyon. The show was a success, although the entries were not so large as last year. Tile afternoon was miserably wet, the ram coming dotvn without intel missIOn for several hours.
BALA. THE ANNUAL LICENSING MEETING was held OB Satur- day, the 26th uh., before Owen Richards and E. Evans Lloyd, E-qrs. illr G. J. Will amsapplied an behalf of Mr William Ellis, for an alehouse license for the Red Lion. The Rec Lion was formerly a public-house, and kept by one William Pugh, bur on the p-esen- applicant gomg there to live, about seven years ago, the license was with- held. Several witnesses were called, who deposed to the convenience of the house to farmers on account, of the yur,1 and sfabling, &c. The license was, however, refused, the h,'nlh being of opinion that there is plenty of accommodation already.—An application was made by Mr Edward Morris for transferring his lL'en>e nt the Blue Lion to Mr Manley, brewer, of Wrexham. Service of the necessary notice being proved, the tra, sler was granted—At tn.ee o cLck, before W. P. Jones, E q., Henrv R ibertson E q., M.P., and E. Evans Ll yd, E q Mr Passin^ham pien-ated a numerously-signed petit on from the L<KMI B ;ard and inhabitants of Bala, praying that a gam. license be granted to some person in the town. He HISO applied on behalf of Isaac Jones for a game license. Mr D. Morgan, chairman of the Local Board Mr Griffith Jones, Bronrhiw; Mr T. B Davies, Plascoch Hotel • and others, were called, and stated that it was mo-t inconvenient for the hotel keepers and other of the townspeople to go to Llanfer, a mile distant, for game. After s..me consultation the bench declined the application. Mr Pa-singham intimated that he would apply to the Secretary of State.
ifatrst :I'o\nG. OH'HK 'A, H RI DA >. CORN MAiiKETS. LIVERPOOL, Fr; .iv, A cro M! business has been done in wheat. Wl ite at Id to 2d ot-r cental. Rod at an advance of Id per cenbi. Flour in fair demand, and fid dearer. Indian corn moderate business, 25s. to 32^. peas steady. Grinding barley very scarce. Oats and Otameal quiet. LI-NDON, Friday. Wheat, cloed quiet !y, but with firmness. Barley unchanged. Otts, Maize, Beans, and Peas rather du 1. Flour dull. DEPOSITION OF THE SULTAN. CONSTAXTIXOPLK, Aug. 31. A Council of Minikrs. attended also by the great diynataries of the Empire, has been held, at which Prince Abdul Harmid has been proclaimed Sultan in place of Murad V. The announce- ment of the deposition of Sultan Murad and the proclamation of Prince Abdul Hamid as his successor h. be* n received with perfect tranquillity on the part of the population. WOLVERHAMPTON RACES. FRIDAY. TheFlntiy Plate—1, B-iln 2, Caramsl; 3, Daisy. Six ran. The Stewards' PLlte-l, Red Rise; 2, Bloxwich; 3, Lord Poitsmouth. Three ran. SANDOWN PARK CLUB MEETING. The Ohiiliiigton Stakes—1, Fanny 2, M uieuto Colt; 3 Kelpie. F<>ur r.-m. Tht M odrii (lurdie H. ce-l, Melrose 2. Seailun 3, DomiduCii. Ten ran aÜ Jibbirtismcnts. TENTH ANNUAL RA \1 AND STORE EWE SALES In the N rth Wales and Cheshire Auction Mart, Wrexham, on Thursday, September 21st, and Thurs- day, Oc;ob;-r 5th, 1876. ENTERS dose on Thursday next for the Sue h M on Sepfember 21st for rami, store ewes, aud sucking coirs. The auctioneer will be glad to receive early t-ntries so that may \:1(- particularised in catalogues. STOCK ALREADY FNTERED. 20 Shearling Slo.p-ii'ie Hams, Rain Lambs, A choice l'lf. at Le:C :sOTS, Loug Wools, South- downs a -0 2 Sucking Car Colts. The p opertv of lr W W. Wynn, Bart., M.P., Sir Rog^r P du.er. E. Peel. Esg, H. i )coni-. Esq., Thonas Hodder ck, E q M-lligao, T. M-rtdith, R.J. Roberts, J. Mwards, &c,. &e. S.le at Twel-v -vo-k p'ns»^. 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