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*n—i—ii antfinrtatirfni————w — CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of tbe following kinds, PAID FOR I WHEN ORDERED, are inserted in tbe Guardian on the following scale:— Twenty words :—One insertion, Is; three insertions, 6d; six insertions, 4s 6d. Thirty words:—One insertion. Is Gd three insertions, 4b six insertions, 68 6d. Forty words:—One insertion, 2s three insertions, 5e 6d; six insertions, 8s 6d. The above prices refer to advertisements of the following classes:— SITUATIONS WANTEB. LODGINGS, he., To LET. SITUATIONS VACANT. ARTICLES WANTED. HOUSES WANTED. I MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. HOUSES TO LET. ARTICLES FOR SALE BY LODGINGS, &C., WANTED. PRIVATE CONTRACT. ARTICLES LOST AND FOUND. Advertisements should reach the Office by FlUDAY morning, accompanied by Stamps, or Post Office Order payable to FREDERICK E. ROE. IØT All Letters respecting Advertisements must he pre- paid, and no personal inquiries can be answered when parties are desired to apply by letter. tSEanicfc. TO COLLIERY OWNERS.—Retired Army j- Captain (aged 39) large London connection, wishes to represent a colliery.—B. BAZAAR, .Agent, Runcorn. 1364 AGENTS WANTED, in the Towns and Villages throughout the United Kingdom. Per- sons having time to call on shops will hear of a profit- able Agency, on application to J. C. MORRISON and Co., 20, High Holborn, London. 1340 YSTRACHAN, Seed Merchant and Nursery- JL < man, High-street, Wrexham, can highly recom- mend a steady industrious BAILIFF, married, two children. Wife can manage butter and poultry. Parti- culars on application. 1340 Œa Set. TO BE LET.—No. 3, St. Mark's-terrace.— .J- Apply to Mr. Edward Jones, Architect, Caxton Buildings, Wrexham. 613 TO LET, at once. a very convenient six- j- quarter MALTKILN, in Wrexham.—Apply at at the office of this paper. 1202 TO LET, the QUEEN'S HEAD INN, Penycae, jL Ruabon. Full licensed house.—Apply at the Cambrian Brewery, Wrexham. 1376 RHOSNESSNEY.—A COTTAGE and large Garden to let. A nice chance for a tidy man.— Apply to Mr. THOS. ROWLAND, The Grove, Wrexham. 1369 TO LET, a HOUSE in Lome-street, Rhos- JL ddu, containing Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, Cellar, and 5 Bedrooms. Rent moderate.—Apply to (iWILT CATIIERAL, "23, Regent-street, Wrexham. '9G8 TO LET.—ST. HOUSE, Hope- JL street, Wrexham, containing dining-room, drawing- room, bre:1.kfagt-roo:n, ¡;e\-en loÍty bedrooms, bath and w.c., housemaid's and linen closets, good sized kitchen. scullery, pantry, larder, and two cellars. Water and .gas laid on. Suitable for dwellinghouse, temperance hotel, or offices.—Apply to En, JONES, Architect, or Dr. EYTGN-JONES, Grosvenor Lodge. 1223 TORE LET, a well-built House in the Borough JL of Wrexham, pleasantly situated and healthy. The h';t;5e consists of dining-room, drawing-room, breakfast-room, seven lofty bedrooms, bath and w.c., housemaid's and linen closets, good sized kitchen, scullery, pantry, larder, and two cellars. Water and gas laid on.— Apply to Mr. EDWARD JONES, Architect, Caxton Buildings, Wrexham. 7CS TO BE LET, and may be entered upon at -L the end of September next, "ABBOTSFIELD VILLA corner of Grosvenor-road, Wrexham, now in the occupation of Thomas Bury, Esq. The House consists of drawing, dining, and breakfast rooms on the ground floor. Kitchen and back kitchen with hot and cold water in each. There are on the chamber floor five bedrooms, bathroom, lavatory, w.c., &c., with hot and cold water, &c. The Out-offices consist of a three-stall stable, fitted with Cottam's patent fittings; saddle-room and coach- house, with loft o\'e1' each gas, servant's w.c., &c. The house stands in the centre of pleasure grounds, and is enclosed by a wall, with front carriage entrance and back door from read. For further particulars apply at the office of this paper. 1079 GRESFORD. TO BE LET (furnished) on low terms, a JL COTTAGE, containg three sitting, five bedrooms, and the usnal offices. Stables adjoining.—Apply, Mrs. ELLIS JONES, Gresford. 1331 Jfor alt. TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.— JL Two Freehold DWELLIXGHOUSES, substan- tially built, and in thorough repair. Let at £13 each clear, but fully worth .£15. Also, an excellent corner plot of BUILDING LAND.—Apply to Mr. LEIGH, Salop Terrace, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1223 TIMBER. TO be SOLD, laying outside Bwlch Planta- JL tion, on the Mold and Ruthin high road, a quantity of PROP WOOD, principally Larch. Offers for all or part may be sent, addressed to the Wood- man, Gelli Gynan, Mold.. 1348 toiirtrs. TO GARTERS AND OTHERS. THE HIGHWAY BOARD (Wrexham Dis- JL trict) are prepared to receive TENDERS for Carting Road Materials to the Ruthin Road, from the Gegin to the boundary of the Borough of Wrexham. The materials are to be carted from Bwlcbgwyn Quarries and the Minera Railway Siding. For forms of tender and further information, apply to -the District Surveyor, Mr. JOHN STRACHAN. Tenders to be sent to me on or before Wednesday, the :29th inst. JOHN BURY, Clerk to the Highway Board 1315 (Wrexham District). TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. THE HIGHWAY BOARD (Wrexham Dis- trict) are prepared to receive TENDERS for Widening the Road on Bryn-Estyn Hill, in the town- .ship of Burton. The contractor will be required to fill all the soil into carts necessary to be removed to widen -the same according to plans and specifications; also, to 'build a retaining wall, finding all materials and cartage for the same. The length to be widened, 160 yards. For further information, apply to the District Surveyor, Mr. JOHJT SXBACBAN. Tenders to be sent to me on or before the 29th inst. JOHN BURY, Clerk to the Highway Board | 1314 (Wrexham District). PHONOGRAPHY. -—— INSTRUCTiON in Pitman's System of Short- j- hand by a verbatim writer and certificated teacher. Terms, &c., on application.—thono., Guardian Office, Wrexham. 1185 MUSICAL TUITION. MK. EDWIN HARRISS begs to inform his Pupils and Friends that the next Term of Lessens will commence on Monday, October 6th. 8, Erddig Terrace, Wrexham, October 3rd, 1879. 1229 TO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. SINGING AND MUSIC. A LADY, pupil of eminent London Masters, desires Pupils. French spoken during lessons. The highest nsrferences. Address :—S. B. A., 15, WEST PARADE, 1316 R II Y L. I (Bkctian hhttata. WREXHAM MUNICIPAL ELECTION. To the Electors of the EAST WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, A CCEPT mv sincere thanks for the honour you have done me in electing me unopposed as your representative in the Council. I shall endeavour to merit this proof of your confi- dence by diligently attending to the duties of the office. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obdient servant, Crescent Villa, CHARLES HUXLEY. Maniey-road, Wrexham, October 24th, 1879. 1373 Pentrefelin House, Wrexham, 10th October, 1870. To the Burgesses of the WEST TV ARD of the Borough of Wrexham. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, IT is my turn to go out of the Council on the 1st of November next. As one of the four representatives of your Ward, and having instituted certain improve- ments which have not as yet been carried out, I feel that it is due to you that I should again offer my services to represent you for the next three years, during which time I may be useful to you probably as a profes- sional man well acquainted with the nature and im- portance of the improvements referred to. Should you pay me the compliment of again electing me on the 1st of November as your representative, you may at all times rely upon my best attention to the interests committed to my care. I have the honour to remain, Ladies and Gentlemen, Yours, very faithfully, 1318 ISAAC SHONE. To the Burgesses of the WEST WARD. I LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, HAYING been requested by many of my Friends -tLl and Neighbours in your Ward to come forward, I beg respectfully to offer myself as a Candidate for your suffrages. I cannot boast of the grand ideas of my opponent, which involve a large expenditure of the Ratepayers' money, but have found by experience that economy and industry are the sure means to success. I shall always endeavour if you do me the honour to elect me, to protect your interests as if they were my own, by combining efficiency with economy, and keeping down the Rates and Taxes, which I know too well fall so heavily on my fellow working men. I feel myself one of you, having been born in your Ward and worked hard in it. I have the pleasure to know personally most of you, and if you favour me with your confidence, I pledge myself to identify myself with your interests, and I will always endeavour to promote your prosperity. The present is no time for spending money on rash schemes, and a decided stand should be made against it, and in me you will find a determined opponent to any increase of taxation. I have the honour to be, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient Servant, FREDERICK JONES, 15 and If), Abbot-street, Wrexham, October 22nd, 1879. 1360 To the Burgesses of the SOUTH WARD. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, HAVING been waited upon by an influential depu- r tation of the Ratepayers of your Ward, and in response to a requisition signed by a large number of Burgesses, I beg to offer myself as a Candidate to fill up the vacancy which occurs on the 1st of November. I am no stranger to you, having served you before for fifteen years, and been seut to the Council by your exertions and kindness five times in succession. In the years 1868 and 18GD I was your Mayor, elected by the unanimous vote of the Town Council. Should it be your pleasure and determination to send me in the Council again, I will do my best as I did in days of yore, to resist all useless and extravagant ex- penditure. A great deal too much, I consider, of the ratepayers' money has been spent in the purchase of land which so far, brings in no profit. Having property in your Ward my interest is in every way wound up and identical with your own. I have always done my best in years gone by to develope the resources of the town and neighbourhood in the promotion of Railways, Public Works, and other Institutions, and latterly in support of the new Tramway, which is now only in its infancy. I have ample time at my disposal which will enable me to attend to your interests, and I trust when the time comes you will do me the honour to place me at the top of the poll. I am, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient humble Servant THOMAS ROWLAND. The Grove, 22nd October, 1879. 1359 To the Burgesses of the NORTH TV ARD of the Borough of Wrexham. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE term for which I was elected to represent your Ward in the Town Council being about to expire, I respectfully offer myself for re-election. During the past two years, while I have filled the seat, I have closely watched the expenditure, and pro- moted economy as far as consistent with the efficient carrying out of the necessary duties of the local authority. Should yon again honor me with your confidence, I shall continue to devote my best attention to the duties incumbent upon a representative, and alwaj* endeavour to serve the interests of the ratepayers to the utmost of my ability. I have the honor to be, Ladies and Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, 1325 J. OSWELL BURY. rahtsmen' s bÙn$es. 'J C. A. BROWN, 52, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM, HAS just to hand a large stock of Fownes Brothers and Co's. New Patent Double-acting SPRING-TOPPED GLOVES. LADIES' in Calf, Doe Skin, and Silk Plush, and fleecy lined, with Fur and Silk tops. GENU^MEN'S in Calf, fleecy lined, with Fur tops. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Evening Gloves. Always on hand a large stock of PLAIN and FANCY HOSIERY. UMBRELLAS in great variety, including the patent self-closiag frames. 1352 EDWARD ROBERTS, BILL POSTER AND TOWN CRIER, DENBIGH, Promptly executes all orders entrusted to him. 1370 GEOFFREY CALDECOTT, TAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER, LADIES JACKET AND HABIT MAKER, (Late Cutter at Nicholls, Regent-street, London), Begs to call attention to his GOOD WINTER TROUSERINGS, at 13s. 6d., 15s., 16s. 6d., 18s., and 20s. OVERCOATS, ] at 25s., 30s., 35s., 40s., and 50s. LADIES' JACKETS, 25s., 30s., 35s., and 42a. LADIES' ULSTERS, 30s,, 35s., 40s., and 45s. 2, OVERTON ARCADE, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. 1332 irah£Sffitn' s hbrtsts. THE GUINEA WREXHAM. PALE INDIA ALE, A delighful Tonic of a delicate Straw Colour and Fine Flavour, Brewed Expressly for Family Use, by THE WREXHAM BREWERY COMPANY, NAG'S HEAD BREWERY, MOUNT STREET, WREXHAM. THE CELEBRATED PALE INDIA ALE. THE GUINEA WREXHAM: 18 GALLONS for 21s., 9 GALLONS for 10s. 6d., delivered carriage paid. THE WREXHAM BREWERY COMPANY, BREWERS, WREXHAM. 1343 EDWARD ROGERS & SON, (ESTABLISHED 1764) WOOLLEN DRAPERS & HATTERS, FASHIONABLE & MILITARY TAILORS, 6, CHARLES STREET, WREXHAM. l > SHOOTING, FISHING, AND HUNTING SUITS. LIVERIES OF EVERr DESCRIPTION. GENTLEMEN'S SCARVES, HOSIERY, UMBRELLAS, WATERPROOF OVERCOATS, PORTMANTEAUS, BAGS, IN GREAT VARIETY. E. R. & S. beg to inform their numerous Customers that they have now completed their purchases for the Coming Season, consisting of SCOTCH TWEED, CHEVIOT, AND HOMESPUN SUITINGS, FASHIONABLE OVERCOATINGS AND FANCY TROUSERINGS, the latter made to order from 3S. 6D. U P V; A P, D S, Allowing thereon for Cash a discount of Five per Cent. 1168 PATENT MEDICINES AT CO-OPERATIVE PRICES AT THE NORTH WALES PHARMACY AND PATENT MEDICINE DEPOT. Uusal Price. Cash Price. S. D. 8. D. 1 0 Insect Powder 0 9 2 9 Eno's Fruit Salt 2 3 4 6 Ditto ditto 0 10 I 1 11- Alcock's Porous Plasters 0 9 1 li Blair's Pills 0 l(h'3 1 0" Condy's Fluid 0 S" 2 9 Collis Brown's Chlorodyne 2 3 1 Ii Ditto ditto I 0 10A ¡ 1 0 Citrate of Magnesia. 0 S 1 Ii Cockle's Pills 0 1021 1 0 Fluid Magnesia 0 9 2 6 De Jongh s Oil 1 10 1 1J Holloway's Pills 0 10 1 I- Kay's Essence of Linseed. 0 lOÏ 2 6 Lam/plough's Saline 2 0 2 0 Parrish's Food 1 6 1 1A Steadman's 0 10 1 6 Seidlitz Powders 1 0 6 0 Allen's Restorer o 0 1 li Winslow's Syrup 0 10} The above-mentioned genuine Patent Medicines and Proprietary Articles may be oVtaiaed for CASH at the prices here quoted from J. F. EDISBUBY, M.P.S., 3, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. 1003 PHOTOGRA P II Y. CARTES from Gs.; CABINETS, 15s.; OIL PAINTINGS from 30s. ROYAL LETTERS PATENT GRANTED TO BROWN, BARNES & BELL FOR ARTISTIC IMPROVEMENTS IN PHOTOGRAPHY. Churches, Mansions, Private Residences, Family Groups, Garden Parties, Fetes, &c., photo- graphed by Special Artists throughout North Wales. Favourite Animals at Owner's Residence liy appointment. WESTMINSTER BUILDINGS, LATE ART EXHIBITION, WREXHAM. 911 ANOTHER GOLD MEDAL. AGAIN THE ONLY ONE AWARDED FOR COD-LIVER OIL, PARIS, 1878. M. OLLER'S (Norwegian) COD-LIVER OIL Prepared by Moller's Special Method, free from indi- gestible fats of other oils, is superior to ANY in delicacy of taste and smell, medicinal virtue and purity. The most eminent London and European Physicians pro- nounce it the Purest and Best. Given the highest award at Twelve International Exhibitions. Only in capsuled bottles, of all chemists. 632 TIMBER, JL SLATES, BRICKS, TILES, CEMENTS, LATHS, SEWERAGE PIPES. And all other JBuildiny Materials, AT E. MEREDITH JONES' TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW MILL CHARLES-STREET, 63 WREXHAM. JOHN H. KIDD & CO.. MANUFACTURERS OF RAILWAY WAGGON COVERS RICK AND TENT CLOTHS, CART COVERS, LIME SHEETS, All sizes kept in stock. BRATTICE CLOTH, AIR-TUBING HOBSE CLOTHS, WATERPROOF RUGS, INDIA-RUBBER GOODS Roofing Dry Hair, and Boiler Felt, SACKS, COTTON WASTE, LAMP WICKS. OFFIS: HOLT STREET, WREXHAM. 51 COAL SUPPLY. THE LLAY HALL COAL, IRON, AND FIREBRICK CO., LIMITED, BEG to announce that for the better con- venience of the Tradesmen and general inhabitants of the Town and its immediate outskirts, they have OPENED AN OFFICE IX THE CORN EXCHANGE BUILDINGS HENBLAS-STREET, For the reception of orders, settlement of accounts, &♦. where all commands and inquiries will receive careful and prompt attention. COAL DELIVERED IN SACKS OR BULK. Builders Clay Goods stocked in every variety at the Depot (Railway Station), Rhosddu. AGENT-EDWIN GILLAM. 611 WILLIAM PIERCE, CABINET MAKER & UNDERTAKER, BRIDGE-STREET, WREXHAM. Age-at to the Patent Metallic Air Tight Coffin Company, Limited, Birmingham. THE COFFINS are highly recom- mended by all the Medical Practitioners of the neighbourhood. They are covered with black and crimson cloth or velvet; and every design of coloured metal furniture is used. The METALLIC SHELL COFFINS, en- cased in stout polished oak, or covered with cloth or velvet, can be had at a few hours' notice. J SHELLS AND COFFiNs ALWAYS IN STOCK. TO CONSUMPTIVES. WOULD you like to know how to stop the T cough and cause easy expectoration, thereby relieving the lungs so that they can heal? Would you like to know how to expel the fever and stop the night sweats ? Would you like to know how to strenghen the system up to a standard of good health by a few life- giving herbal remedies? If so, send for my 32 page Treatise on Herbal Remedies for Lung Complaints." Sent to all applicants free of charge prepaid by mail.— Address, PROF. O. P. BROWN, 2, King-street, Covent Garden, London. 1324 'ätru:)¡esmrn' s )¡)¡rtSSts. THE NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES. TO the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and Public generally of Wrexham and neighbourhood. The Premises hitherto known as C. K. BENSON & CO.'S OLD TEA WAREHOUSE, 14, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM, IS NOW OPENED AS THE NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES, For the Supply of ¡ TEAS, COFFEES, FRUITS, SPICES, CONTINENTAL, FOREIGN AND COLONIAL GOODS, GENERAL GROCERIES, PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, PATENT MEDICINES, &0., &c., AT W HOLE 8 A L E PRICES. PRICE LISTS CAN BE HAD FREE ON APPLICATION NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES, 14, HIGH-STSEET, WREXHAM. These Stores of Supply are based and conducted on the Co-operative principle,—the Smallest Profit for Cash Payment, with a view to meet the requirements of a class of Customers who are able and willing to pay ready money for their goods, and reasonably expect to j receive full advantages for the same, thereby doing away with the system whereby good customers are made to pay for the bad. 1:m SUBSCRIPTION: NO LIABILITY. NOTE THE ADDBESS :— 14, II I G H S T R E E T, (opposite the North and South Bank), WREXHAM. RICH FURS. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, Are now Showing A SPLENDID COLLECTION OF RICH HA N D SOME FURS, IN SEALSKIN JACKETS, FUR-LINED CLOAKS, FUR CAPES, MUFFS, &c. These Goods were all selected during the Spring and Summer months from the best lots, as brought forward by the Manufacturers, and can be recommended for richness of quality. FUR SETS FOR TRIMMING. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, 1362 r|" IJ U M A LS GRIFFIT H S, GAS FITTER, LOCKSMITH, BELL HANGER, &c. (Late in the employment of various Gas Companies over 20 years), 2, HILLY VIEW, ERDDIG ROAD, WREXHAM. SHOP 27, HENBLAS-STREET, (Opposite the Advertiser Office). Hot Water Apparatus Fitted. Beer Engines Repaired and Fixed. A large stock of New Designs in Chandeliers and Globes. Chandelier Fittings Re-got Up without being sent away. COUNTRY ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. Estimates Given. Five Per Cent on all Gas Fittings. 1358 OCTOBER BREWINGS. THE WREHHAM BREWERY COMPANY Are now prepared to execute orders for the OCTOBER BREWS OF THEIR PRIZE MEDAL ALES. THE WREXHAM BREWERY COMPANY also beg to call attention to the following circular, which was sent out to their numerous clients when they took possession of the Brewery, on August 6th, 1879 :— 29, Budge Row, London, E.C. Sir, We beg to inform you that on behalf of our clients, the first Mortgagees, we have sold the brewery and property hitherto belonging to the Wrexham Brewery Company, Limited, to Mil. ARTHUR SOAMES, of Newark- on-Trent, who has purchased it for his son. MR. SOAMES' position is so well known to the Brewing and Malting Trade that we can have no hesitation in expressing our conviction that the business will be ably conducted, and the hiyh character of its ales maintained. We are, your obedient servants, LAYTON, SON, & LENDON. August, 1879. Orders will be received daily at the NAG'S HEAD BREWERY, MOUNT STREET, WREXHAM, Or at the Shrewsbury Agency— CLAREMONT STREETf SHREWSBURY. 1339 draftsmen's ^hbressts. UNEQUALLED FOR TEAS JOHN MUSKER, OF THE NOTED TEA WAREHOUSE. OUR CELEBRATED INDIAN TEAS At 2s., 2s. 4d., 2s. 8d., 3s., ARE acknowledged by the Trade to be the 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 i ESTABLISHED 1817. DYEING DYEING DYEING FIRST-CLASS CERTIFICATE OF PRIZE MEDAL MERIT Awarded 1874. Awarded 1874. THE LARGEST 1) 5TE WORKS IN THE MIDLAND COUNTIES. TMPROVEMENTS in the ART of THE LARGEST DYE WOnKS IN THE MIDLAND COUNTIES. TMPROVEMENTS in the ART of X DYEING and FRENCH CLEANING | AT TUJ-.TK I MIDLAND COUNTIES ] STEAM-POWES DYE WO BUS, | LEICESTER, | AND | BURTON- ON- TRENT. JOHN SMITH, SOLE PltOPKIETOE. AGEXTS IN THIS DISTRICT :— [ WREXHAM THE MissEs WHITING,'Fancy. Repository, 2, HI;rh-streei. OSWESTRY: MRS. E. REASON, Fancy Repository, Church-Street. CEFN, RUABON: MR. E. A. R. EVANS, 30, Russell-itreet. SST Goods sent to and received from the'above Agents Weekly. AGENTS WANTED in unrepresented districts. W The New Price and Colour List for 1879 to be had Gratis or Post Free. 64 "t.1iO't"'P'O Moircii. "M ONEY WITHOUT SURETIES.—Before jJvJL applying elsewhere for a Loan, send for a pros- pectu" 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 De posit Banks. No sureties, law costs, or unnecessary expenses required, and the strictest secrecy can be safely relied upon. Apply personally, or stare amount required, and when. DAVID TURNER, Manager. N.B.—Distance no object. The money advanced by the above Bank during the past tV.v years TWO MILLIONS, and no good application. io ever refused. Established 1867. 1073 MONEY! MONEY!! MONEY: IMMEDIATE Cash Adv.-r.-)e?3 made, from upwards, on Furniture, Trade ?nd Farm Stocks, without removal or publicity,—Apply to W. L. JONES AND CO., Eldon Chambers, 1085 Doigelley. MONEY MONEY MONEY 52, TOWER BUILDINGS, WATER-STREET, LIVERPOOL. N. S. IIART, SOLE PROPRIETOR. TO ALL IN WANT OF MONEY.— Time and JL unnecessary expense can be save hy apolving, either personally or by letter, to the above address, where cash advances are made uom to £1,000 (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- nectioR with any office. 108 WREXHAM DISTRICT PERMANENT BENEFIT BUILDING SOCIETY. Incorporated under the Building Societies Acts, 1874. 1-' SHARES, S50 EACH. Entrance Fee; Is. per Share or part of a Share. THIS SOCIETY is now prepared to make -L Advances, repayable in a certain number of years on Mortgage. A Meeting is held on the first Monday in each monthf for receiving subscriptions and enrolment of members. For further particulars, apply to the Secretary, J. B. SHIRLEY. No. 13, Temple-row, Wrexham. 6 IMPORTANT TO ALL IN TRADE. Established 1SJG. CTUBBS' 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, Leedas Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Portsmouth, South- ampton, Sheffield, Gloucester, and Bradford. Is., £2 2s., 1:3 3s., £5 5s., according to requirements. Prospectus forwnrded on application to the Secretary, Stubbs ^Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham Street, Lon- don, E.C. TRADE AUXILIARY COMPANY (LIMITED). CAUTION. There is no office in London connected with Stubby Mercantile Offices, 42, Gresham-s reet, R.: (situate at the comer of King-street, opposite Guildhall), except the West-end Branch at 53, Conduit-street, Recent- street. W. 1167 Just Out, Post Free, 15 Stamps, THE HORSE AND CATTLE OWNEB'S -L GUIDE. Explains their best management in health. Gives clear instructions how to cure them when diseased. Enables any one to be his own animal doctor. Cows with Foot and Mouth Distemper can be cured m three days with little loss of condition or milk. Sent by THOS. BESLEY, Publisher, Cadishead Wat. rmgton. 97S