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Saks hy %ixrtxan. Messrs. jJaugh, Jones, and Co. SMITHFIELD, WREXHAM TI/TESSES. BAUGH, JONES AND CO., will hold their next SALE OE STOCK in the above Smithiield, ON THURSDAY, OCT. 16, 1879. Stock already entered, viz :— A lot of prime fat Beasts. A lot of useful Dairy Cows. Several fresh Barrens, Calving Heifers, and Short-horned Bulls. A nice let of fat Sheep, Lambs, Calves, and Pigs. Sale at Ten o'clock. Settlements at close of Sale. SPECIAL SALE AT THE ROSSETT AUCTION MART. Important Sale of 320 Head of LIVE STOCK, includ- ing Eat "Wethers, Eat and Stock Ewes, Wether and Ewe Lambs, Rams, Fat Heifers, Fresh Barrens, Fat j Calves also, three large Stacks of old Hay, at the Calves also, three large Stacks of old Hay, at the ROSSETT AUCTION MART. I MESSES, BAUGH, JONES, & CO. beg to announce that they have been favoured with t- instructions from Henry Hassall, Esq., to Sell by Auction, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 1879, At their Mart, Golden Lion, Rossett, the follow- ing :— 40 Ripe Shropshire Down Wethers, 40 Shropshire Down Fat and Stock Ewes, 100 Fat and Store Cross-bred Ewes, 100 Ewe and Wether Lambs, 5 Rams and Ram Lambs. 12 Fat three-year-old Heifers, 8 Fresh Barren Heifers, 9 Grand Fat Calves (heavy weights). Three Stacks of Old HAY, the growth of 1878, of about 20 tons each, one stack of which is standing at Burton Farm, one ditto at the Rackery Farm, one ditto in a field adjoining the turnpike road leading from Rossett to Llay, and are of first-class quality, and may be inspected on application to Mr. HENRY POTTER. One week's keep given if required. Sale at Twelve for One o'clock prompt. 1210 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH., 1879. SALE OF FAT AND STORE STOCK AT THE FARNDON AUCTION MART. "VTESSRS. BAUGH, JONES AND CO. bos to JLTX announce that they intend to hold their First Monthly Sale of Fat and Store Stock, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8TH, 1879. At the Nag's Head Hotel, Farndon, when the following STOCK will be offered :— 18 Prime Fat Bullocks, Heifers and Bulls. Several useful in-calf Heifers and Cows. 70 Fat Shropshire Down and other Sheep. Fat Calves. 8 Fat and Store Pigs. And other stock that may be entered up to the day of sale. Sale at Two o'clock pro?npt. Mr. Lloyd. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. FAIR DAY, THURSDAY, OCT. 10TH, 1879. MR. LLOYD'S next AUCTION will take place on Thursday, Oct. Kith, 1879, the present entries will include :— A prime lot of Fat Heifers, Bullocks, and Bulls. Several magnificent Dairy Cows and Heifers, Calved and to Calve (this auction is noticed to be one of the leading sales for first class Dairy Cows during this time of year). A lot of choice Barrens, Stirks, and Stock Bulls. A magnificent selection of Fat and Rearing Calves, Heifers, and Bulls from the leading Stocks in the neighbourhood of Cheshire. A }->rime lot of Shropshire and Welsh Wethers, also Store Sheep. A number of Pork and Bacon Pigs, In-pig Sows, and Store Pigs. Sale at 10.30 prompt. ORDER OF SALE :-Store Cattle, Fat Cattle, Calves, Pigs and Sheep. HORSE SALE, First FAIR in the Month, at two o'clock. All entries taken up to morning of Sale. Offices, Plassey, Wrexham. The regular supporters include Sir W. W. Wynn, Bart., M.P., Wynnstay Sir R. Palmer, Bart., Sir R. A. Cunliffe, Bart., T. Ll. Fitz-Hugh, Esq., E. Peel, Esq., Brynypys S. York, Esq., S. P. Hope, Esq., H. Lees, Esq., Pickhill Hall A. Peel, Esq., Gerwyn; Captain Ormrod, Penylan Captain Godfrey, T. Beakbane, Esq., A. Balfour, Esq., Mount Alyn; F. E. Cotton, Esq., W. Meredith, Esq., Captain Best, E. Swetenham, Esq., W. H. Jones, Esq., R. Blezard, Esq., LI. Griffith, Esq., T. Clayton, Esq., Major Roper, H. Whalley, Esq., Plasmadoc; E. Tench, Esq., Ed. Evans, Esq., Bronwylfa Captain Owen, Peter Walker, Esq., J. Clarke, Esq.. H. Dennis, Esq., Rev. David Howell, George Plant, Esq., J. R. Bennion, Esq., E. Moss, Esq. B. S. Roberts, Esq., W. Thompson, Esq., H. K. Aspinall, Esq., Henry Humphreys, Esq., E. Handles, Esq., Rev. James Dixon, J. Kenrick, Esq., Wynn Hall: R. J. Sisson, Esq., Captain Ford, F. Page, Esq., National Provincial Bank; T. H. Jones, Esq., North and South Wales Bank — Hughes, Esq., J. Bury, Esq., Hillbury T. Williams, Esq., J. Bierne, Esq., Mrs. Johnson, Esless; The Misses Lewis, The Misses Hayes, Miss Jones, Barn Hill; Mrs. Campbell, Miss Acton, Rhyd, Broughton; New British Iron Company, Broughton Coal Company, Ruabon Coal Company, Wrexham Union; Messrs. Thomas R. Parry, T. Roberts, Berse J. Griffiths, Stansty; S. Peate, J. Griffiths, Roden's Hall; G. G. Griffiths, Old Hall; J. Lee, R. Salmon, T. Evison, J. R. Birch, M. Edmunds, F. Richards, H. Morris, J. Sandbach, Job Lea, J. Lea, C. Burroughs, W. Mackenzie, S. T. Reeves, T. Wainwright, R. Harrison, E. Humphreys, T. Meredith. J. Davies, R. J. Roberts, T. Fearnall, J. Edwards, Carthagena J. B. Murless, S. Dale, A. Sutton, T. Brassey, R. Owens, J. Roberts, T. Forrester, Cooke, J. Lee, H. C. Murless, C. Parsonage, Bevan, T. Jackson, Hafodywern, J. Jackson, Eardley, W. Billington, Darlington, J. D. Beard, R. Morris, Caldicott, Lloyd, Pengwyn Hall, J. Weaver, Manley Hall, Jackson, Bradley Mill, Brown, S. Parker, ChurtoS, R. Fearnall, The Lea, D. Jones, Vownog, W. Lee, Lower Hall, Chidlow, Cloy, H, Price, J. M. Shaw, W. Snape, Lovatt, P. Bithell, J. Mc Levi; J. Morris, — Viccars, Bangor, —Woollam, Farndon, S. Griffiths, — Lewis, Lhvynonn, C. Owens, Pearson, F. Jones, Millbrook, J. Hughes, F. Minshall, Pier- point, — Price, Almeer, J. Holt, Dongray Hall, J. Morris, — T. Parker, — Davies, — Griffiths, Plas- gobowen, — Roberts, Croesvoel, T. Morris, W. Wright, Puleston Mill, S. Lewis, R. Taylor, and J. Boote, Park Eyton, M. Owens, Wrexham, Payne, Wynnstay, David Jones, Ruabon &c., &c. 50 GUINEAS IN SILVER CUPS. MR. LLOYD'S PRIZE LIST FOR NEXT CHRISTMAS SHOW. In addition to the TRADESMEN'S CUPS. Open to regular supporters during the year only as follows:— 24 GUINEAS in three Prizes given to the sellers of the largest amount of Stock in the Smithfield, or at the Horse Sale, or Annual Stock Sales to be held at home only, up to Christmas Show, viz. :— First Prize (Open). 12 Guineas Second Prize (Smithfield). 8 Guineas Third Prize 4 Guineas SILVER CUP, value 10 Guineas, will be given to the owner of the best six beasts in the Smithfield. SILVER CUP, value 5 Guineas, for the best ten Welsh Wethers. TENANT FARMERS' CUP, value 10 guineas, for the best collection of Stock, Cattle, Sheep, and Pigs-not less than four of each. Only -regular supporters allowed to compete. 933 Sales Mr. J. J. Steward. CHESTER OCTOBER FAIR. THE GROSVENOR PADDOCK HORSE SALES. ME. J. J. STEWARD will hold his next Monthly Auction Sale of Horses, Carriages, and Saddlery, On FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10TH, 1879. Commencing at Eleven o'clock. The Auctioneer will be obliged if gentlemen having horses for disposal will enter them at least a week prior to the Sale in order that they may be duly advertised. Offices-Grosvenor Chambers, Chester and Runcorn. 1152 Messrs David Roberts & Soil. To be Sold by Auction, by MESSES. DAVID EOBEETS & SON, at the Eagles Hotel, Llangollen, on MONDAY, the 20th day of OCTOBER, 1879, at Three o'clock p.m., in Four or more Lots All that very charming and desirable VILLA RESI- DENCE, called Glandwr," near Llangollen, with the garden and two crofts, containing about two acres, as occupied by Mr. Samuel Hughes. Also all that COTTAGE and GARDEN, called The Sycamore," adjoining the above, as occupied by Mrs. M. K Jones. Also all those TWO comfortable HOUSES in Regent-street, Llangollen, as occupied by Mrs. Holt and Mr. Pryce-Jones. Also all those TWO DWELLING-HOUSES and GARDENS in Penllyn, Llangollen, now occupied by Mrs. Sarah Lewis and Mi1. David Lloyd, and yielding an annual rent of £G 10s. For further particulars apply to Messrs. RICHARDS and SON, Solicitors, Llangollen. Llangollen, September 20th, 1879. 1191 Messrs. Cooper AAD Son. FREEHOLD PROPERTY at THREAPWOOD, in the Counties of Chester and Flint. To be Sold by Auction, by MESSES. C90PER and SON, at the Lord Hill Inn, in Whitchurch, On TUESDAY, 14th OCTOBER, 1879, at Four for Five p.m. punctually, in One Lot, a FREEHOLD TENEMENT, situate in Threapwood, in the counties of Chester and Flint, with out-offices, cottage, and garden, and six pieces of LAND, containing in the whole 14a. Ir. 2p. or thereabouts, in the occupations of Francis Biggins and George Owens. The whole of the land is in grass. The tenants will shew the property, and further particulars may be had from Mr, JOHN STOKES, of Til- stock, near Whitchurch the AUCTIONEERS or Messrs. BROOKES and LEE, Solicitors, Whitchurch, Shropshire. 1193 Messrs Davies and Armor. Important Sale of 65 Head of Two and Three year old Store Bullocks and Heifers, and about 100 cross-bred and Welsh Sheep, at BRYN BELLA, Situate within four miles of the town of Denbigh, and two miles from Bodfari Station, on the Mold and Denbigh Railway. MESSES. DAVIES AND AEMOE have re- ceived instructions from Captain Salisbury to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, at Bryn Bella, On THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 1879, The whole of the above valuable LIVE STOCK, Comprising 50 Head of Three years old Bullocks and Heifers, 15 Two year old ditto, and about 100 cross-bred and Welsh Sheep. Catalogues are in course of preparation, and May be had a few days prior to the sale. Credit will be given for all sums of £ 10 and upwards, on approved security, or the usual discount for cash. Lunch at Elcren. Sale at Twelve o'clock. Royal Oak, Denbigh, Sept. 3th, 1879. 1225 Messrs. Lythall Sc Mansell. COLOMENDY, MOLD, NORTH WALES. MEsSRS. LYTHALL and MANSELL are honoured with instructions from Lieut.-Colonel B. G. Davies Cooke to Sell by Auction, without re- serve, On WEDNESDAY, the 22nd OCTOBER next, At Colomendy, Mold-450 Fat and Store Black-faced SHEEP, A large portion three-year old wethers. His unrivalled stock of upwards of 100 large, middle, and small- breed white PIGS, Whichave obtained numerous honours at the R.A.S. England, R.A.S. Ireland, the International Exibitions Paris, Kilburn, &c. The Sale will commence at One o'clock. 1217 Safos irjj IJrifraic Contract POLYGRAPH. — MULTIPLYING APPA- RATUS, to print 50 to 60 copies in few minutes. Prices Letter Size, 5s. Quarto, 8s.; Foolscap, 10s., complete. Sample apparatus for agents for 36 stamps.— POLYGRAPH CO., 26, Lord-street, Liverpool. 1220 TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.— Two Freehold DWELLINGHOUSES, substan- tially built, and in thorough repair. Let at £13 each clear, but fully worth R15. Also, an excellent corner plot of BUILDING LAND.—Apply to Mr. LEIGH, Salop Terrace, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1223 W;tnhtrs. PRISON AND LAND (FREEHOLD) FOR SALE BY TENDER. THE Secretary of State for the Home Depart- ment is prepared to receive TENDERS for the Purchase of the PRISON at Mold, in the county of Flint. Forms of Tender, with plan of the property and conditions of sale, may be had on application at the Home-Office, Whitehall; at the Treasury Solicitors' De- partment, Treasury chambers, Whitehall; and of H. G. Roberts, Esq., Solicitor, Wrexham-street, Mold. The Tender (sealed) endorsed Tender Mold Prison," must be sent in to the Secretary of State, on or before the 20th day of October, 1879, but the Secretary of State will not be bound to accept the highest or any Tender. 1198 GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. A WEEK IN SOUTH WALES. ON MONDAYS, OCTOBER 6th and 13th, a Cheap EXCURSION TRAIN for Hereford, Chepstow, Abergavenny, Pontypool Road, Newport, Cardiff, Crumlin, Aberdare, Merthyr, Neath, Swansea, Llanelly, Carmarthen, Pembroke, Probroke Dock, Tenby, and New Milford, will leave Chester at 9.5; Oswestry, 9.45; and Wrexham, 9.30. Passengers re- turn any week day up to Monday following date of de- parture. Tickets and bills can be obtained at the stations. J. GRIERSON, 1219 General Manager. tga! anD tJulrIir ;;TJJtim. THE MOLD FOUNDRY COMPANY, LIMITED. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that a first Dividend will be paid by me on and after Monday, the 27th of October, instant. All Creditors who have not already sent to me particulars of their claims must do so on or before the 24th instant, or they will be excluded. Dated this 2ndday of October, 1879. GEORGE BELLIS, Liquidator. High-street, Mold. 1227 BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. TOWN CLERK. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in con- -L i sequence of the resignation of the Town Clerk, the Council will fill up the vacancy on the 25th day of October instant, and invite applications from gentlemen j in the profession of the law. The salary now paid, viz., £ 150 per annum, will be continued, and the appointment will be made subject to the terms and conditions upon which the several offices connected with the Town Clerkship are now held. The new Town Clerk will enter upon his duties on the retirement of the present Town Clerk on the 10th day of November next. Any further particulars will be given upon reference to my. self, and the applications for the office should be sent in on or before the 21st day of October instant. The Council reserve to themselves the fullest discretion as to all or any applications. By order, Town Clerk's Office, JOHN JAMES, 1st October, 1879. Town Clerk. 1226 RESIGNATION OF THE TOWN CLERK OF WREXHAM. A T a MEETIXG of the Past and Present Mayors and Members of the Town Council, held at the Guildhall, on September 3rd inst., the Mayor in the chair, it was unanimously resolved "That a Testi- monial be presented to John James, Esq., Town Clerk, and that such Testimonial take the form of an Oil Painting." All present intimated their intention of subscribing. Subscriptions will be received by the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, DR. EYTON-JONES, Grosvenor Lodge, Wrexham, who will acknowledge their receipt in the local papers £ s. d. Subscriptions acknowledged 75 19 6 Additional Subscriptions:— P. Walker, Esq 550 Llay Hall Colliery Company 550 J. H. Foulkes, Esq., Gresford Place, Wrex- ham 200 Mt. Rowland, Holly Bank 110 The Rev. G. Bewsher 110 The Rev. G. Williams, Gwersyllt 100 Mr. Jenkin Jones, Cerrigydruidion. 100 Alderman Smith. 110 E. M. Jones, Esq., J.P. 110 A Friend. 110 LI. Llóyd, ] £ sq 0 10 6 Mr. Stokes, Penybryn 0 10 6 1224 PENYCAE, RUABON. A BAZAAR WILL BE HELD AT WYNNSTAY, By the kind permission and under the immediate patronage of Sir Watkin and Lady Williams Wynn, on TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, THE 21ST AND 22ND OF OCTOBER, 1879, IN AID OF THE BUILDING FUND OF PENYCAE CHURCH. I The following ladies and gentlemen have consented to become PATRONS: Lord Edwin Hill Trevor, M.P. Lady Edwin Hill Trevor The Lord Bishop of St. Asaph Mrs. and the Misses Hughes Honble. George Kenyon Honble. Mrs. Geo. Kenyon Major Cornwallis West Mrs. West Geo. OsborneMorgan,Esq., M.P. Mrs. Osborne Morgan R. M. Biddulph, Esq. Mrs. Biddulph Edmund Peel, Esq, Mrs. Peel S. Yorke, Esq. Mrs. Yorke T. L. FitzHugh, Esq. Mrs. FitzHugh S. K. Mainwaring, Esq. Mrs. Mainwaring Rev. T. H. G .Puleston Mrs. Puleston Major Tottenham Mrs. Tottenham Edward Evans, Esq. (Bron- wylfa) Mrs. Evans R. V. Kyrke, Esq. Mrs. Kyrke Capt. Conran Mrs. Conran R. Tighe, Esq. Honble. Mrs. Tighe The Very Rev. the Dean of St. Asaph Mrs. Bonnor Col. Elgee, and the officers of the 23rd R. W. Fusiliers Mrs. Elgee S. P. Hope, Esq. Mrs. Hope W. Brancker, Esq. Mrs. Brancker O. S. Wynne, Esq. Mrs. O. S. Wynne F. Cowan, Esq. Mrs. Cowan Rev. E. W. Edwards Mrs. & the Misses Edwards Harold Lees, Esq. Mrs. Lees Peter Ormerod, Esq. Mrs. Ormerod Mrs. Ffoulkei and Miss Ffoulkes Rev. D. Howell (Wrexham) Mrs. Howell Mrs. Girardot Rev. J. Jones (Cerrigy- druidion) Mrs. Jones George Thomson, Esq. (Pen- Mrs. and the Misses ybryn) Thomson S. K. Bishop, Esq. (Llan- erchrugog Hall) Mrs. Bishop J. Kenrick, Esq. Mrs. Kenrick J. C.Edwards,Esq.(Trevor Hall) Mrs. Edwards Rev. J. D. Edwards (Rhosymedre) Mrs. and Miss Edwards Rev. T. Jones (Rhos) Mrs. Jones The Stalls (including one for Refreshments) will be arranged in THE GREAT HALL, Access to which will be by the Principal Entrance, and selections on the organ will be given at intervals during each day. The Bazaar will be open on Tuesday, October, 21st, from 12 until 8 p.m., and on Wednesday, October 22nd, from 12 until 9 p.m. ADMISSION First Day To the Park, Gardens, and Bazaar 3s. Od. To the Park and Gardens only Is. Od. Second Day-To the Park, Gardens, and Bazaar Is. Od. To the Park and Gardens only Os. 6d. The 3s. (red) Tickets will be available for both days. The Garden* will be closed each day at Five o'clock. TICKETS can be obtained at Mr. T. OWEN'S, The Library, Oswestry; Mr. RAILTON POTTER, Wrexham the Wynnstay Arms Hotel, Ruabon; the Rev. D. WILLIAMS, Penycae, Ruabon and at the entrance to the Park and the Bazaar. Family Tickets (not exceeding six persons), available for the two days, 10s. Children under twelve half- price. Arrangements have been made with the Great Western Railway Company to issue Cheap Tickets by the ordinary trains. Contributions, either in money or in kind," will be thankfully received by the Rev. D. WILLIAMS, Penycae, Ruabon. 1207 A GIFT WORTHY OF A ROTHSCHILD IS BROWN'S SHAKESPERIAN ALMANACK, -D Now Ready for 1880. It fairly glows with quotations and illustrations from the Bard of Avon." I shall print about 3,000,000 copies, and being desirous of making the distribution as rapidly as possible, will send ten or fifteen copies free, prepaid, to any one who will judiciously distribute them in their locality.—Address, O. p, Brown, 2, King. street, Corent Garden, London. 536 Insurances. ^LLIANCE ASSUEANCE COMPANY SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £ 5,000,000. (Of which 50,000 is paid up). FIRE RESERVE FUND UPWARDS OF R500, 000. CHIEF OFFICES BARTHOLOMEW LANE, LONDON. Chairman SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE, BART., F.R.S. Secretary: ROBERT LEWIS, ESQ. WELSH BRANCH. HIGH STREET, WTREXHAM. Chairman: THOMAS BARNES, ESQ. Fire Insurances of every description transacted on moderate terms. For Prospectuses and other infor- mation apply at the above office, or to any of the agents of the Company. E. LLEWELYN LLOYD, Secretary Wrexham. 565 ACCIDENTS OCCUR DAILY!! ACCIDENTS OF ALL KINDS Provided against by a Policy of the RAILWAY PASSENGERS' ASSUEANCE COMPANY. I The Oldest and Largest Accidental Assurance Company. The Right Hon. LORD KINNAIRD, Chairman. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL, £ 1,000,000. ANNUAL INCOME, £214,000. A fixed sum in case of Death by Accident, and a Weekly Allowance in the event of injury, may be secured at moderate Premiums. Bonus allowed to Insurei-s of five years' standing. 21,350,000 has been paid as compensation. Apply to the Clerks at the Railway Stations, the Local Agents, or G4, CORNHILL, LONDON. WILLIAM J. VIAN, Secretary. AGENTS: Agents for Wrexham—MR. W. JAMES, Wheatsheaf Railway Station. MR. J. B. SHIRLEY, 91 National Provincial Bank of England. Sfrnifff. MONEY WITHOUT SURETIES.—Before applying elsewhere for a Loan, send for a pros- pectus of the NATIONAL MERCANTILE BANK, LIMITED, 3, Great Charles-street, Birmingham, which will show where responsible Borrowers can im- mediately obtain money upon their own security, at a much lower interest than charged by Local Societies or Deposit Banks. No sureties, law costs, or unnecessary expenses required, and the strictest secrecy can be safely relied upon. Apply personally, or state amount required, and when. DAVID TURNER, Manager. N.B.—Distance no object. The money advanced by the above Bank during the past few years TWO MILLIONS, and no good application is ever refused. Established 1867. 1073 MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY! IMMEDIATE Cash Advances made, from £5 JL upwards, on Furniture, Trade and Farm Stocks, without removal or publicity,—Apply to W. L. JONES AND CO., Eldon Chambers, 1085 Dolgelley. MONEY TO LEND WITHOUT SURETIES. I EXCELLENT opportunity offered to Trades- men, Farmers, or any respectable person, male or female, for borrowing money on their own note of hand alow, at 7 per cent., in sums of £ 20 to C500, for any period not exceeding 10 years. Guaranteed secrecy, dispatch no law costs, heavy fees, or insurance.— Apply, stating amount required, for what period, and method of repayment, enclosing stamped directed envelope, to Mr. W. H. RATDON, 127, Tooley-street, London, S.E. 1223 MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY 52, TOWER BUILDINGS, WATER-STREET, LIVERPOOL. N. S. HART, SOLE PROPRIETOR. TO ALL IN WANT OF MONEY.—Time and unnecessary expense can be saved by applying, either personally or by letter, to the above address, wkere cash advances are made from klO to 21, 000 (with- out sureties) on the shortest possible notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Repayable by easy instalments to suit borrowers. Can be made either personally or remitted by post-office orders, or in postage stamps, thereby affording every facility to parties whose time is an object to them. Please to note the address as above. N.B.—No con- nection with any ither office. 108 WREXHAM DISTRICT PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Incorporated under the Building Societies Acts, 1874. SHARES, P,50 EACH. Entrance Fee, Is. per Share or part of a Share. THIS SOCIETY is now prepared to make Advances, repayable in a certain number of years on Mortgage. A Meeting is held on the first Monday in each month for receiving subscriptions and enrolment of members. For further particulars, apply to the Secretary, J. B. SHIRLEY. No. 13, Temple-row, Wrexham. 6 CHESTER & NORTH WALES PERMANENT INVESTMENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. PATRONS: The Right Hon. John George Dodson, M.P. Henry Cecil Raikes, Esq., M.P. TRUSTEES: George Arthur Dickson, Esq. Bryan Johnson, Esq. Thomas Quellyn Roberts, Esq. Alfred Osten Walker, Esq. PRESIDENT: Mr. John E. Edwards. VICE PRESIDENT Mr. T. Williamson Jones. THIS Society receives deposits'at 4i per cent. & per annum. Interest paid half yearly on 25th March, and 29th September. Shares, £ 25 each, can be taken up at any time; and any amount from 2s. 6d. per share per month may be paid thereon. For further particulars apply to JAMES WAKEFIELD, I Secretary. 16, Corn Exchange Chambers, Chester, 898 W:ran2S2nrn' 5 )Di1re.s.s£.s. WINTER FASHIONS. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STEEET, LIVERPOOL, Have the honour to announce that their buyers having all returned from Paris and the Continent with all the most recent Novelties, they will be prepared to make their I PRINCIPAL DISPLAY OF WINTER FASHIONS ON TUESDAY NEXT, The 7th instant, and following days. MILLINERY ROOMS. Quite a change of style is apparent in the Paris Millinery this season, and G. H. L. and Co. will show very elegant and rechcrche models. in Ladies Bonnets. l Beaver Hats are now much worn, and G. H. L. & Co. will show all the most approved shapes and colourings. A SECOND SHOW For inexpensive and modified styles will be made on TUESDAY, the 22nd instant. MANTLE ROOM. G. H. L. & Co. will show a great variety of new designs. There is not much change of shape, but there is considerable variety in the introduction of new and elegant Guipure trimmings. Ladies' Cloth Mantles. Ladies' Sicilian Mantles. Silk Dolmans, lined Fur. Young Ladies' Cloth Jackets. Young Ladies' Military Jackets now so much worn. G. H. L. & Co. beg to call special atten- tion to their collection of RICH SEALSKIN JACKETS AND FuR LINED CLOAKS. These were all carefully selected during the Spring and Summer months from the best lots brought forward by the Manu- facturers, and cannot now be replaced at anything like the price. The stock includes all sizes and prices. THE NEW FUR TIPPETS. COSTUME ROOM. G. H. L. & Co. will show a variety of Rich Paris and Berlin Model Costumes for the Autumn. Also a collection of their own modifica- tions of the same carefully and tastefully finished. Black Silk Robes and Costumes. Coloured Silk Robes and Costumes. Silk and Cashmere Costumes. MODERATE PRICED COSTUMES— These are copied from selected French Models, are made of good All Wool Ma- terials, and carefully studied. 45/- 63/- 84/- and 98/6. Attention is directed to the Serge and Cashmere Costumes, and to the New Venetian Cloth Costumes (soft, warm, and light), at Three, Four, and Five Guineas. MOURNING ORDERS Receive careful and prompt attention. Ex- perienced dressmakers are sent out imme- diately on receipt of instructions, and special attention is rendered in all the de- partments. LADIES' OUTFITTING AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES. This department is replete with all the most elegant goods to be procured in Paris and London. Children's Costumes. Ladies' Dressing Gowns. Ladies' Tea Robes. WEDDING AND FOREIGN OUTFITS. NOVELTIES IN Combination Robes (unmade). All the New Dress Materials. Fancy Silks and Velvets for mixing. Rich Trimming Silks and Velvets. Made-up Lace Goods. Ribbons, Gloves, Furs. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREE r, LIVERPOOL, 1221o UNEQUALLED FOR TEAS! JOHN MUSKER, OF THE NOTED TEA WAREHOUSE. OUR CELEBRATED INDIAN TEAS At 2s., 2s. 4d., 2s. Sd., 3s., ARE acknowledged by the Trade to be the J-TL best TEAS ever sold at the money, and are specially recommended for family use, being selected with great care and judgment from the choicest growths only, and blended in that proportion which is requisite for a RICH FRAGRANT TEA, which practical Tea Tasters alone can produce. Parcels of 6 lbs. and upwards sent Carriage Paid, to any part of the United Kingdom, on receipt of Post Office Order. PLEASE NOTE—Only obtainable from J. MUSKER, HOPE-STREET MARKET, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. 1015 IMPORTANT TO ALL IN TRADE. Established 18S6. s TUBBS' MERCANTILE OFFICES, 40, GRESHAM STREET, LONDON, E.C. West End Branch 53, CONDUIT STREET, REGENT STREET, W. Subscribers, by obtaining timely information, may avoid making bad debts, and may, through this agency, recover debts due with promptitude. Stubbs' Weekly Gazette supplies information indis- pensable to traders. Branches at Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol, Brighton, Belfast, Cork, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Portsmouth, South- ampton, Sheffield, Gloucester, and Bradford. Terms— £ 1 Is., £ 2 2s., k3 3s., k5 5s., according to requirements. Prospectus forwarded on application to the Secretary, Stubbs' Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresliam Street, Lon- don, E.C. TRADE AUXILIARY COMPANY (LIMITED). CAUTION. There is no office in London connected with Stubbs' Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham-sireet, E.C. (situate at the corner of King-street, opposite Guildhall), except the West-end Branch at 53, Conduit-street, Regent- iltreet, W. 1167 j OHNE PHOSPHOR KEIN GEDANKE. ZOEDONE. a delicious sparkling tonic bfever- age for daily use; containing the essentia! con- stituents of the BLOOD, the BRAIN, and KERYE TISSUE— NON-ALCOHOLIC. yOEDOXE, a PHOSPHATED IJIOX BEVERAGE, invaluable to everyone engaged in professional, literary, scientific, commercial, athletic or other pursuits, involving the wear and tear of MENTAL OR PHYSICAL STRAIN. ZOEDONE, specially valuable to CONVALES- Z CENTS and IXT ALIDS. The healthy wil' find it a grateful and comforting beverage. ZOEDONE, recommended by the faculty.— z Medical testimony post free. ZOEDONE, preferred by many to Champagne, at six to eight times the price. ZOEDONE mixes perfectly with Claret, other Z Wines, Beer and Porter. ZOEDONE, a beverage for WINTER, as well U as for SUMMER use, and for any CLIMATE. ZOEDONE, par excellence, a beverage for BALLS, PIC-XICS, EVENING PARTIES, BANQt ETS, FETES, and other Festive occasions. ZOEDONE, an elegant, pleasant, and sustain- ing beverage for Railway Travellers, Tourists, and Emigrants. ZOEDONE, put up like Champagne, in Cham- Z pagne Bottles, and is fit for any table. ZOEDONE thus described by a medical con- Z noiseur :—" Everyone was struck with the variety and attractiveness of the liquids at the Dinner at the "Langham." By universal consent the palm was awarded to ZOEDONE," a sparkling, delicious, exhilarating drink, containing Phosphates and Iron." ZOEDONE, spoken of by leading journals in corresponding high terms, and assigned it the highest place at the MEDICAL BANQUET. PRICE-incladiny bottles and packages—FREE ON RAILS AT WREXHAM :— 6s. Gd. per dozen, in half Champagne Bottles, usually sent in six dozen cases. 12s. per dozen in large Champagne Bottles, usually sent in three dozen cases. 6d. EXTRA PER noz. specially prepared for shipment, and packed in casks. TESTIMONIALS. From William Carter, M.B., B.Sr., L.L B., London, M.R.C.S., London, Physican to the Royal Southern Hot*, pital Liverpool, Lecturer on Materia Mcdica, Liverpool Royal Infirmary School of Medicine. June 9th, 1879. I have great pleasure :n expressing the high opinion which I have formed of the value of Zoedone as a tonic beverage and medicine. It seems to irje to meet a decided want, as by its means we are enabled to prescribe phosphates of iron, lime, &c\, not merely in a very assimilable, but as weu in a most palatable and refreshing form. I have prescribed it largely, and from my obsei-vation of its effects believe it will be of great use to the profession. From Norman Kerr, M.D., F.L.S. 42, Grove Road, Regent's Park, London, 15th May, 1879. Zoedone is a most agreeable, refreshing and elegant tonic. This pleasant sparkling beverage, while most acceptable at the social board, is an invaluable adjunct to medicine. From William, 1I. Dohic, M.D., Edinburgh, Honorary Physician to the Chester Infirmary. Chester, June 14th, 1879. I have been much pleased with your effervescing drink termed "Zoedone." I have tried it and found it an extremely agreeable, refreshing, and invigorating bever- age. I have recommended it to many of my patinte. who are unanimous in sjteakmg well of it. To Messrs Evans and Co. From the Rcr. D. Howell, B.D., Vicar of Wrexham. Vicarage, Wrexham, North Wales, March 24th, 1879. Messrs R. Evans and Co.-Yoir is incom- parably the best non-alcoholic beverage I have ver tasted. It is used daily in my family. It hi refreshing, stimulating, Mlll strengthening. From'Dr. Stephens, Senior for Children, Liccrpwl. July Gth, 1879. I have recommended Zoedone to many of my patients, epecially ladies and children, where I considered a little wine necessary, with, I am happy to say, the most gratifying results. "I have carefully examined a sample of the New Aerated Mineral Water, manufactured by Messrs. Evans & Co., and to which they have given the name of Zoedone.' I find the statement made respecting its composition to be fully borne out by the analysis. The Zoedone is a BRIGHT, SPARKLING, and VERY TLEA- SANT beverage, quite free from any medicinal taste in- deed, it forms a most agreeable and elegant vehicle for the administration of the Phosphates of Lime and Iron which it contains, .and which are in a state of complete solution."—ARTHUR HILL HASRALL, M.D., London, Author of Food, its adulterations, and the method of their detection." AGENTS EVERYWHERE. PATENTEE D. JOHNSON, F.C.S. R. EVANS k CO., W R E X II A M NORTH WALES. POTATOES: POTATOES!! FAMILIES, Hotels, Public Institutions, and the Trade sup} died. SEXD FOR PRICE LIST. MATTHEW JONES, WHOLESALE POTATO MERCHANT, 106, GRANVILLE STREET, BIRMINGHAM. 65S j LAMPLOUGH'S pYRETIC SALINE. HAVE IT IN YOUR HOUSES, AND USE NO OTHER. This alone is the True Antidote in FEVERS, ERUPTIVE AFFECTIONS, SEA OR BILIOUS SICKNESS. Having peculiar and exclusive merits. For the protection of the public against un authorised imitations, I have again appealed to the law, and obtained a jierpetu&l injunction, with costs, against the defendant, a Chemist in Manchester. SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. Observe—The Gamine ha" my mime and Trade j Mark on a Luff-ojloured Wrapper. i 113, HOLBOliN-HILL, LONDON. 9U