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Mairbfr. I A COMPETENT DRES^ 3IAKFfi WANTED.—Apply at Iso. Ho^street, Wrexb jm 1122b S GARDEE R,ingle-hand ¿(\he;'¡'e.-rrsBennett Bug Gardens, Corwen, w-,s}les to recommend a respect- able married man as above, gtricfly honest and sober. 1132f WAN TED. a I^TSTER, for a 50 Measure Kiln. Must be steady r.nd thoroughly understand hi* work. A House and Gard en found, anlt work for summer if required. A suitable dituation for an elderly person. Al.-o, a LABOURER for farm work, that can stack and cut fences. House a j(j Garden found.—Apply to Robert Salmon, Famdc^i, Chester. BIRMINGHAM GOODS, Jewellery, Watches, Harmo- n niums, Household Furniture, &c. Agents Wanted. Enlarged Illustrated Books free.—Apply, Henry May, Birmingham. 1030b in fct TO LET—A well-stocked KITCHEN-GARDEN, situated in Rhosddu.—Apply to Mr Smith, office of this paper. 11360 TO LET, the Cross Foxes Wine and Spirit Vaults, Hall, street, Bhos.—Apply at the Cambrian Brewery. 1145c 1145c APARTMENTS.—A young gentleman can recommend another, a neat bedroom, with share of a sitting-room- with board.—Address, Mr W. T. Chapman, Guardian Office, Wrexham. 1144c TO BE LET, for the Winter, a Sittimr-room and a Single or Double-bedded Room. Abour five minutes walk from the Rossett Station. Terms moderate.—Apply E.P., Roft Cottage, Rossett. f TO LET, FURNISHED, in the neighbourhood of Wrex- ham, two BEDROOMS and one SITTING-ROOM, with or without attention.—Apply to Mr L., office of this paper. 1137o WORKING FARM BAILIFF.—Wanted, a married man, without encumbrance, not over 46, who must thoroughly understand the management of land and stock. Wife to manage a small dairy and poultry. As the place is One of trust, a good character for industry, sobriety, and capability will be required. No notice will be taken of any application that does not state wages required and all parti- culars.—Address T. D. Thomas, Esq Stourbridge. JtgaI ttnh JjuMic DtiCts. EHYL WINTER GARDENS, WELLINGTON ROAD. In compliance with numerous requests, the GREAT BRASS BAND CONTEST Has been POSTPONED until MONDAY, 24TH SEPTEMBER, When £ 70 will be given away in money prizes, besides valuable musical instruments. Entries close on 14th September. Conditions and Form of entry can be obtained from the Secretary, as below. Q.RAND DRESS CONCERT, ON WEDNESDAY, 10th OCTOBER, BY THE MADAME SINICO-CAMPOBELLO COMPANY, Consisting of MADAME SINICO-CAMPOBELLO, MADDLE. ELENA FRANCHI, AND MISS EMMA HOWSON, MR WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE, MR HILTON, AND SIGNOR CAMPOBELLO. Solo Violin.—MONS. NEIDYIETSKI. Coitductor.-SIGNOR ROMANO. ARCHERY GROUND, CROQUET GROUND, BOWLING GREEN, LAWN TENNIS and BADMINGTON. Beautiful Wintline Walks, Rustic Arbours, Lake alive with Fish, Water Fowl. Beautiful Waterfall from over the top of Cavern, the water from which winds its way under the Rustic Bridge. Fairy Illuminations every Saturday, and Feast of Lanterns. Cavern lighted up daily. Rink open daily from 10 to 9.30. Band Performances at intervals during the day, by the Company's Splendid Band. Admission (except on Special and Concert Days, when particulars are given), Gd each. Hire of Skates, 6d. By Order. JOHN DEVINE, 109a ^bbnss^s. JOHN MORGAN, HORSE CLIPPER, WREXHAM.— Apply to Mr Manley, the Feathers, or the White Bear Inn, xorke-street, Wrexham. 1111c G E 0 RGE JJENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL, Are now showing BLACK AND COLORED SILKS AT AN EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION IN PRICE. G. H. L. and Co. availed themselves of the late depression in the Lyons Silk Market, consequent upon the failure of several important firms, by purchasing: several thousand pounds worth of Black and Coloured Silks. They are now offering the same at Extraordinarily Low Prices, FROM 3/4 TO 10/6 PER YARD, and will send patterns om request. DRESS DEPARTMENT. G. H. L. and Co. are showing all the Novelties for the Season in Snow Flake, and a great variety of Plain and .Fancy Materials. Also some large Special Purchases of Dress Materials at Low Prices. Patterns will be sent on request. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, 22 TO 34, BASNETT STREET, LIVERPOOL. 610c MR SPARROW, (Organist of Ruabon Church, and Private Organist to Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., M.P.), Teacher of the ORGAN, PIANOFORTE, HARMONIUM, AND SINGING. SCHOOLS ATTENDED. Eagagements accepted for Concerts as SOLO TENOR aa,d ACCOMPANIST. APPOINTMENTS. Rnabon .Wednesdays and Saturdays. Bhos Mondays. Wrexham and Broughton (Brynteg) Tuesdays. Llangollen and Trevor Thursdays. Cefn, Acrefair, Rhosymedre, and Chirk Fridays. For terms, apply to Mr Sparrow, Rmabon. Established 1838. Certificate of Honour, International Exhibition, London, 1862. H. 0ODEN & SON. Manufacturers of Useful and Artistic Furniture. ORIGINAL DESIGNS and Sound Construction at Moderate Cost. JVarehollse-126, DEANSGATE, Ilanlifactory-CORNB ROOK, B01 MANCHESTER.




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