bir Jlurtioir. Messrs,, W. Dew & Son. GREE-NFIELI), TREFNANT, DENBIGHSHIRE. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. MESSP,S. DEW and SON have received in- ilL struetions from Mr. William Evans to Sell, early in November, a number of young and powerful Cart Horses, Shorthorn, Cross-bred, and Welsh Cattle, Shropshire-down Sheep, and Pigs. Further particulars in future advertisement. 1427 Messrs. Baugh, Jones, and Co. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 1879. Sale of FAT STOCK at THE R 0 SSE T TAU C T ION MART. MESSES BAUGII, JONES, & co., beg to thank their patrons and friends for their liberal support, and wish to remind them of their next Monthly Sale of FAT AND STORE STOCK, Which will take place ON MONDAY, THE 17TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1879 At their Auction Mart, Golden Lion Inn, Rossett, when the followirr.i stock will be offered:- I Fat Bullocks, Heifers, and Bulls Grand Highland Oxen Several Calving Heifers Prime Shropshire Down and other Sheep Fat Calves Pork and Bacon Pigs The property of A. Balfour, Esq., F. Potts, Esq., J. Boydell, Esq., General Townshend, E. Swetenham, Boydell, Esq., General Townshend, E. Swetenham, Esq., C. Topham, Esq., B. S. Roberts, Esq., E. Moss, Esq., Mr. J. Edwards, Mr. Woolrich, Mr. Davies, Mr. Woolrich, Mr. Pritchard, Mrs. Woolrich, Mr. Lewis, Mr. Bayne, Mesrs. Baguley, Mr. Dudleston, Mr. John Lee, Mr. T. Thomas, Mr. Thomas Lewis, Mr. Gilman, Mr. Zachary, Mr. Edward Woolrich, Mr. Bishop, and others. Also a stack of Prime Upland Hay, about 5 tons, now standing on a field at Gresford, the property of Mr. Ledsome, Hand Inn, Wrexham. Entries Respectfully Solicited. Sale at TWO o'clock prompt. At the Christmas Sale a Silver Cup will be presented 'to the Owner (not being a Tenant Farmer), for the best Fat Beast sold. A Silver Cup will be given to the Tenant Farmer for the best Beast sold. A Prize will be presented to the owner of the best pen of five Sheep sold. In addition to the prizes given at the Wrexnam Smithfield Christmas Fat Stock Show, a SILVER Cup, value 5 guineas, will be given to the owner of the best pair of Two-year-old, or Two-teeth'd Heifers sold, and to be in the possession of the owner for at least two months before the day of Sale. Open only to our sup- porters at the Wrexham and Rossett Auction Marts. 1429 SMITHFIELD, WREXHAM MESSES, BAUGH, JONES AND CO., WILL hold their next SALE OF STOCK in the above Smithfield, ON THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 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 lot of fat Sheep, Lambs, Calves, and Pigs. Sale at Ten o'clock. I SeitUments at close of Sale. CHRISTMAS SALE AND CATTLE SHOW. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. MESSRS. BAUGH, JONES, and CO. beg to thank their patrons and friends for their constant support, and also that they will give the following prize, for competition, viz. :— A SILVER CUP, value 7 guineas, will be presented to the owner of the best Three Fat Beasts. A SILVER CUP, value 5 guineas, for the best lot of Fat Sheep. A LADIES' PRIZE will be given to the owner of the best lot of Fat Pigs. A SILVER CUP, value 5 guineas, will be given to the owner of the best pair of two-year old or two- teethed Heifers sold, and to be in the possession of the owner for at least two months before the day of sale. Open only to our supporters of the Wrexham or Rossett Auction Marts. 1428 Messrs. Churton, Elphick, & Co. MOLD, FLINTSHIRE. Extensive and important Sale of Valuable Freehold Properties, in and near to the county and market town of Mold, comprehending three old established Inns or Public-houses, several Shops or Business Premises. Dwelling-houses, large Market Hall or Public Building, all in the very centre of the town, eight newlyected Cottages, near the Lead Mills, excellent Accommodation Lands, near to the Railway Station, together with a Plantation, Lands, Cottages, &c., known as "The Tower," near Gwernaffield Church, about three miles from Mold, the whole sub- divided into convenient Lots. MESSES, CHURTON, ELPHICK, & co. have the honour to announce that they are instructed to Sell by Auction, ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12th, 1879, At One for Two o'clock p.m. most punctually, at the Black Lion Hotel, in Mold, in the Lots set forth in the printed particulars of Sale, or in such other Lots and in such order as the agents of the vendors may decide upon, and subject to conditions then to be produced, the following very important PROPERTIES: Lots 1 to 3 will comprise Three DWELLING- HOUSES, OFFICES, and PREMISES, situate in King-street, in the occupation of Mrs. Vaui-han, G. E. Trevor Roper, Esq., solicitor, Miss Hannah Williams, &c. Lot 4.—A convenient FRONT SHOP, DWELLING- HOUSE, and PREMISES, situate in King-street, held by Mr. A. M. Hinchliffe. Lot 5.—The old-established extensive, well-known SHOPS and PREMISES, called the "Beehive," adjoining Lot 4, in the occupation of Mr. G. H. Adams. Lot 6 and 7 will consist of the Two well-established INNS, with the Premises thereto belonging, one known as the "Globe," situate in King-street, and held by Mr. William Wheldon, the other as The King's Head," situate in King-street and High-street, together with the Public Weighing Machine held therewith, in the occupation of Mrs. Elizabeth Duckworth. Lot 8.—Two excellent FRONT SHOPS, situate in High-street, adjoining Lot 7, with the Dwelling-houses and Premises belonging thereto, occupied by Mr. James Hughes Jones and Mr. Francis Jones. Lot 9.—A very large substantially-erected PUBLIC BUILDING, known as "The Upper Market Hall," with the extensive cellars underneath, having approaches from High-street and King-street, which may at a trifling expense be converted into public rooms, in the very centre of the town. Lot 10.—An excellent well-known PUBLICHOUSE, ,called" The Brown Cow," with the front SHOP and DWELLINGHOUSE adjoining, and extensive back MIS premises and gardens belonging thereto, situate in High-street, held by the late Mr. John Holden's repre- sentatives and Mr. Charles Hughes. Lot 11.—Eight newly-erected convenient COTTAGES or Dwelling-houses, with premises and gardens, known as Alyn Bank," situate near the Lead Mills. Lot 12 and 13.—Comprise two pieces of valuable accommodation LAND, with two newly-erected DWELLINGHOUSES, Store Rooms, and Powder Magazine, situate near the Mold Railway Station, on the road from thence to Pentre, containing together upwards of eight statute acres. Lot 14.—A very valuable Freehold ESTATE extend- ing to nearly 60 statute acres, known as "The Tower Plantation," with the Land and Cottages thereon, situ- ate near Gwernaffield Church, about three miles from Mold, commanding most extensive views, and present- ing several beautiful building sites. N.B.—Printed particulars, with plans may be had, -with any further information, from Messrs. KELLY and KEBHE, Solicitors, or Mr. GEORGE BELLIS, Mold; and also from Messrs. CHURTON, ELPHICK, ROBERTS, and JSUCHABGSON, Auctioneers, ChflØter.18 1395 Sabs Ira JUictioir. Mr. Lloyd. WREXHAM SMITHFIELD. FAIR DAY, THURSDAY, NOV. 20TH, 1879. MR. LLOYD'S next AUCTION will take place on Thursday, Nov. 20th, 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 prime 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. I All entries taken up to morning of Sale. Offices, Plassey, Wrexham. Mr. J. D. Lewis. PRELIMINARY NOTICE! PRELIMINARY NOTICE! ASSEMBLY ROOMS, DENBIGH. Specially important and highly attractive Sale of a Choice and Valuable Collection of Genuine WATER COLOUR DRAWINGS and OIL PAINTINGS, comprising fine original examples by distinguished Masters, the whole being the property of a private gentleman from the neighbourhood. "JVTR. J. D. LEWIS has been favoured with -L.VL instructions to Sell by Public Auction, at the Assembly Rooms, Denbigh, about the latter end of NOVEMBER next, the above Valuable Paintings. Further particulars will appear in catalogues (which are in course of preparation), posters, and in future advertisements. Land Agency Offices, Vale-street, Denbigh, October 18th, 1879. 1334 Messrs. Davies and Armor. MONTHLY SALE OF FAT STOCK AT DENBIGH. MESSRS. DAVIES and ARMOR will Sell l by Auction, On TUESDAY, the 11th NOVEMBER, 1879, (Denbigh Fair Day), At the Sheep Market, commencing at Eleven o'clock a.m. prompt, 66 FAT WELSH EWES AND LAMBS. N.B.—The sheeep will be sold in lots to be named on the day of sale. The above stock are the property of Mr. Hill, Nant Lewis Alyn; Mr. Lomax, Bryngwyn Bach and others. Further entries to the above sale are respectfully solicited.. Royal Oak, Denbigh, November 4th, 1879. 1417 Mr. J. J. Steward. CHESTER NOVEMBER FAIR. SALE OF THIRTY-FIVE HORSES. MR. J. J. STEWARD will Sell by Auction, in the Grosvenor Paddocks, Chester, On THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13TH, 1879, at Twelve o'clock prompt, 35 Horses, including— Hunters, Broughams, Harness, and General Purpose Horses, several Welsh Cobs, Cart Mares, Colts and Ponies, also 12 Carriages of various description, a large quantity of new and second hand Harness and Saddlery, Rugs, Horse Clothing, &c. &c. The property of noble- men and gentlemen in the district. Entry forms can be had at the Auctioneer's Offices, Grosvenor Chambers, Chester, and 44, High-street. Runcorn. 1152 _-u_- Messrs David Eoberts & Son. ON THURSDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 13TH, 1879 at MAESMOR HALL FARM YARD, situate four miles from Corwen Station, and close to the Great Holyhead Road. MESSRS. D. ROBERTS & SON win Sell by Auction, 11 short-horn Dairy Cows, Heifers, and Bull (winners of several prizes), Cart Horse Foal, 10 Fat Welsh Ewes, Sow, young Pigs, large Stack of Meadow Hay, (to go off), Iron Plough, Harrows, Horse Rake, double and single Harness, and Dairy Utensils, the property of W. Kerr, Esq., who is giving up dairy farming, and takes the opportunity of disposing of a few other effects. Also, the following pure Welsh Prize Cows and Heifers :—One Fat Cuw, three Fat Heifers, three yearl- ing Heifers, bay Draught Horse, roan Cob, 90 Fat Cheviot Ewes, and 10 cross-bred Lambs, the property of Major C. S. Mainwaring, Llaethwryd, removed to Maesmor Hall for convenience of Sale. Catalogues from Bailiffs at Maesmor Hall and Llaeth- wryd, and from the Auctioneers, Temple Buildings, Corwen. The usual credit or discount given. Sale at Twelve o'clock. 1424 Mr. Byford. TY'N Y CAEAU, Rhewl, near Ruthin, 15 minutes' walk from Rhewl Station on the London and North Western Railway, and under a mile from the town of Ruthin. Im- portant Sale of 40 head of cross-bred, short-horn and Welsh Cattle, 9 strong and useful Cart Horses and Colts, 89 cross-bred store Ewes and Lambs, Sows in- pig, Horse Gearing, Implements of Husbandry, small portion of the Household Furniture, together with 11 Stacks of Wheat, Barley, Oats, and other effects. MR. G. F. BYFORD is instructed by Mr. Evan Davies, who is leaving the Farm, to Sell by Auction, on the above premises, on FRIDAY, the 14th DAY of NOVEMBER, 1879, the whole of the valuable LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS of HUSBANDRY, Stacks of well-grown Corn, &c., Comprising :-A strong bay cart mare in foal, a powerful cart gelding four years old, ditto black cart horse eight years old, an excellent light cart mare six years old (all good workers and true to the collar), grey hack mare in foal, two promising bay mare cart colts rising two years old, two half-bred ditto rising one year old 13 superior cross-bred short-horn and Welsh dairy cows (Christmas and Spring calvers), six very useful two and three years old cross-bred heifers in calf, barren ditto, seven strong two-year-old bullocks, short- horn bull two years old, six well-bred good coloured yearling heifers, six ditto bullocks ;« 46 cross-bred store ewes, 22 ditto ewe lambs, 19 ditto tup lambs, two shearling rams; three choice in-pig sows, time of two up in November. Implements, &c., include :—Three broad and narrow- wheel farm carts with harvest gearing, strong and light- running waggon; two-horse power machines in good order; heavy stone roller, light wood ditto, horse rake, chaff cutter, turnip slicer and pulper, by Williams, Rhuddlan, nearly new three iron swing ploughs, wood ridge plough and scuffler, winnowing machine, weighing ditto, two sets of two-horse iron harrows, strong drag harrow, three sets of wood ditto, chain ditto, three sets of swingle bars, water barrel, wheelbarrow, sack truck, corn sacks, sieves, measures, cow chains, cart ropes, pikels, spades, forks, rakes, scrapers, scythes, &c., &c.; together with a small portion of the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of deal tables, stained wood chairs, eight-e day clock in oak case, two oak chests dated 1684), large painted settle, churn, milk pans, &c., &c. Three months' credit will be given upon approved security for £ 5 and upwards, QV 6d. in the pound allowed for cash. Lunch at Ten, Sale to comme, ace at Eleven o'clock, punctually. Auctioneer's Office, C«atie-street, Ruthin, 1381 tgal attfr uhlií Unites. wHEREAS,. JOSIAH ROBERTS JENKINS, of Ruthin, in the County of Denbigh, gentle- T man, and the Reverend ROBERT JONES ROBERTS, of Llandyssil, in the County of Montgomery, Clerk in Holy Orders, being respectively interested under the provisions of "The Inclosure Acts 1845 to 1878," in the Land and Hereditaments set forth in the Schedule hereunder written, with the Easement3 and Appur- tenances thereunto belonging, and being desirous of effecting an Exchange of the same, have made application, in writing, to the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales, to direct inquiries whether such proposed Exchange would be beneficial to the Owners of such respective Lands and Hereditaments, and to proceed with the same under the provisions of the said Acts. Now the Inclosure Commissioners for England and Wales, being of opinion that such Exchange would be beneficial, and that the terms thereof are just and reasonable, hereby give notice that they will cause to be framed and confirmed, under their Hands and Seal, and order of Exchange in the matter of the said application, unless notice, in writing, of dissent to the said proposed Exchange be given to them by some person entitled to an Estate in, or to a charge upon, the said Land and Hereditaments or any part thereof, on or before the 23rd day of February next. THE SCHEDULE TO WHICH THE FOREGOING NOTICE REFERS. Land and Hereditaments in which the above-named Land and Hereditaments in which the above-named JOSIAH ROBERT JENKINS is interested, situate in the ROBERT JONES ROBERTS is interested, situate in the Parish of Derwen-y-mal, in the County of Denbigh, Parish of Derwen-y-mal, in the County of Denbigh, and proposed to be Exchanged for the Land and Here- and proposed to be Exchanged for the Land and Here- ditaments hereinafter specified. ditaments hereinbefore specified. No. on No. on Tithe Map. Description. a. r. p. Tithe AIap. DescrIption. a. r. p. r.'iO i Cae arable, in the occupa-) oq r.fu j Wern ddu," in the occupation of ) „ „ 0JU tion of Isaac Lloyd j 6 054 John Williams } 3 3 0 The above is part of an estate called the "Henllys The above is part of an estate called the Gallty- Estate." calyn Estate." WITNESS my hand this 6th day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy-nine. Inclosure Commission, CHARLES WOOD, 3, St. James's Square, By Order of the Board. London, S.W. 1422 BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. STREET IMPROVEMENTS. Application to the Local Government Board for a Pro- visional Order to enable the Corporation of Wrexham to pnt in force "The Lands Clauses Consolidation Acts, 1845, iDGO, and 1869," with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement for Street Improvements and the forllLettion of New Streets. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the MAYOR, ALDERMEN, and BURGESSES of the Borough of Wrexham, acting by the Council as an Urban Sanitary Authority for the District of the Borough of Wrexham, in the County of Denbigh, in- tend to apply to the Local Government Board, in pur- suance of the provisions of the Public Health Act, 1875, and the several Acts incorporated therewith, for a Pro- visional Order to empower them to put in force "The Lands Clauses Consolidation Acts, 1845, 1860, and 1869," "with respect to the purchase and taking of lands otherwise than by agreement," for the purpose of laying out such lands in the making of new streets and the widening, enlarging, and making more commodious certain existing streets, and for culverting and covering over portions of the River Gwenfro, with proper and necessary works and conveniences connected therewith respectively. "j The lands proposed to be taken are all or any of the lands and hereditaments following, that is to say j. -A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to the Urban Sanitary Authority of the borough of Wrexham and forming the bed of the River Gwenfro along Brook- street, commencing at the southeast side of the Horn's Bridge and extending to a point opposite Edwards'- square for a distance of 176 yards or thereabouts, all in the township of Wrexham Regis and Wrexham Abbot, in the Borough and Parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 3718 superficial yards or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to and colored red in same. 2.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Mr. R. J. Williams, and occupied by Jonathan Moore and Joseph Midgeley; also a piece of land belonging to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners, and occupied by Rev. David Roberts, commencing at the south side of the house, No. 1, Edwaids' Square, and extending to the house No. 7, Penybont, for a distance of 66 yards or thereabouts, all in the township of Wrexham Abbot, in the borough and parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 370 superficial yards or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to, and colored blue on same. # 3.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to the Eccle- siastical Commissioners, and occupied by Mrs. E. Cooper, Thomas Jones, Messrs. Woodrow and Poyner, or one of them respectively, commencing at that part of Well-street or Well-square, in which is situated Bryn- yffynnon Well, and extending to the west end of Abbot- street, where the same is joined by Vicarage Hill, for a distance of 54 yards or thereabouts, all in the township of Wrexham Abbot and Esclusham Below, in the borough and parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 720 superficial yards or thereabouts, and delineated in the plan hereinafter referred to, and colored brown on same. 4.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Thomas Eyton-Jones and others, and occupied by Evan Ellis; also a piece of land belonging to the said Thomas Eyton-J ones, and occupied by John Scott and others also a piece of land belonging to the Trustees of the Wesley an Chapel, and occupied by Messrs. Samuel Davies and Son, commencing at the south-east end of the Waiks, to Brynytfynnon Well, and extend- ing to the south side of Regent-street, adjoining the Wesleyan Cnapul, for a distance of 250 yards or there- about.s, all in the Township of Wrexham Abbot 'and Wrexham Regis, in the Borough and Parish of Wrex- ham, and containing by admeasurement 2604 superficial yards or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan here- inafter referred to, and colored yellow on same. 5.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Thomas Eyton-Jones and others and occupied by Mr. Evan Ellis; also a piece of land belonging to the Trustees of the Free Schools, and occupied by the said Trustees, commencing at the south-east end of the Walks, adjacent to Brynyffynnon Well, and extending to the Presbyterian Church in Hill-street, for a distance of 77 yards or thereabouts, all in the Townships of Wrexham Abbot and Wrexham Regis, in the Borough and Parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 030 superficial yards, or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to, and colored green on same. 6—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Messrs. John Davies and Company, of the Cobden Mills, and occupied by them also a piece of land belonging to Messrs. Davies Brothers, and occupied by them also a piece of land belonging to the said Thomas I Eyton-Jones and others, and occupied by the said Evan Ellis, commencing at the centre of the north side of Watery-lane, and extending to a point in Regent-street, adjacent to the south-east side of the Infirmary for a distance of 270 yards or thereabouts, all in the Town- ship of Wrexham Regis and Wrexham Abbot, in the Borough and Parish of Wrexham, and containing by ad- measurement 3324 superficial yards or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to, and colored purple on same. 7.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to James Radford and John ap Eyton Parry Jones, or one of them, and occupied by Morris Arthur also a piece of land belonging to the said John Davies and Company, of Cobden Mill, and occupied by them also a piece of land belonging to the said Messrs. Davies Brothers, and occupied by them; also a piece of land belonging to Richard Williams, and occupied by James Davenport, commencing at a point near to the junction of the Ruthin-road with the Bellevue-road, and extending to a point on the south side of Regent-street, near to the old Toll-house,^ for a distance of 480 yards or thereabouts, all in the Townships of Wrexham Abbot and Wrexham Regis, in the Borough and Parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 603G superficial yards or thereabouts, and delineated on the plan hereinafter re- ferred to, and colored pink on same. 8.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to the said Thomas Eyton Jones and others, and occupied by the said Evan Ellis; also, a Piece of Land belonging to William Jones, Island Green, and occupied by him, commencing at the west end of the Walks by Island Green and extending to the centre of Watery Lane for a distance of 200 yards or thereabouts, all in the Town- ship of Wrexham Abbot in the Borough and Parish of Wrexham, and containing by admeasurement 2,400 superficial yards or thereabouts and delineated on the plan hereinafter referred to and coloured mauve on same. 9.—A Piece or Parcel of Land belonging to Llewellyn Foulkes Attwood, Esq., and occupied by Yeaman Strachan; also, a Piece of Land belonging to Peter Walker, Esq., and occupied by William Wilson, com- mencing at a point on the north side of Regent-street near to the old toll-house and extending to a point in Rhosddu Road nearly opposite Lorne-street for a dis- tance of 450 yards or thereabouts, all in the Township of Wrexham Regis in the Borough and Parish of Wrex- ham and containing by admeasurement 540 superficial yards or thereabouts and delineated on the plan herein- after referred to and coloured dark brown on same. The total quantity of land which will be required is 25,208 superficial measure. Arid Notice is Hereby further Given that a plan of the proposed undertaking shewing the lands proposed to be taken may be inspected on and after the 30th day j o £ November, 1879, at the Office of the Borough Sur- | veyor in the Guildhall in Wrexham aforesaid, at all Dated the 1st day of November, 1879. I reasonable hours. Dated the 1st day of November, 1879. JOHN JAMES, Town Clerk and Clerk of the said lt08 Urbaa Sanitary Authority. BOROUGH OF WREXHAM. SCHOOL BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in J-l consequence of the resignation of the Clerk, the Board will fill up the vacancy on Tuesday, the 18th November instant, and invite applications from gentle- men in the Profession of the Law, or other competent persons. The Salary will be £23 per annum. Any further particulars will be given upon reference to myself, and applications for the office should be sent in to me before Twelve o'clock on the day of election. The Board reserve to themselves the fullest discretion as to all or any of the applications. By Order, JOHN JAMES, Clerk. Brynyffynnon Offices, 6th Nov., 1879. 1421 RESIGNATION OF THE TOWN CLERK OF WREXHAM. A T a MEETING of the Past and Present 7*: Members of the Town Council, held at the (xuildhail, 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. Amount already acknowledged 140 17 6 Additional Subscriptions. W. Overton, Esq. 1 i n Mr. LI. Powell o 10 G Mr. Thomas 1 1 ft ii« J. Davenport Lsq. 110 John Kenrick, Esq 110 E. Williams, Esq. (King-street) 2 ° 0 1224 — NOTICE NOTICE NOTICE A WEEKLY HALF-HOLIDAY! THE Drapers of Wrexham have unanimously -rTjvrf^T-c? 9]ose t^e'r E-staWishments at p m_ r future, commencing November 14th therefore we earnestly entreat the public to do their purchases as early as possible, on behalf of the Assistants. 1419 NOTICE OF REMOVAL. ;VI E-T c- JOYCE, WATCHMAKER and rT Jeweller, begs to announce to his numerous friends and customers that he is about to remove from No.1, Clwjd-street, Kuthin, to the commodious premise;; in ST. PETER'S SQUARE, known as LONDON HOUSE, when he hopes to have a con- tinuance of their favours. Ruthin, 31st Oct., 1879. 1413 PUBLIC HALL, WREXHAM. For Two Nights Only, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, NOV. 11TH AND 12TH, THE CELEBRATED "DIPLOMACY" COMPANY Under the direction of Mr. E. BCLWER (By special ar- rangement with Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft, Prince of Wales' Theatre, London), organised for the Provincial representation of the enormously successful Play "DIPLOMACY" Adapted for the English Stage from Victorien Sardon's Comedy "Dora," by Mr. Saville Rowe and Mr. Bolton Rowe, and played in London over 300 consecutive nights. MAGNIFICENT NEW SCENERY, SUPERB FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES. Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8. Carriagesmay be ordered for 10.40. Prices Reserved Front Seats, 3s. Unreserved, 2s.; Balcony, Is. 6d. Back Seats, Is. Plan of seats may be seen and tickets secured at Mr. J. F. Edisbury's, 3 High-street. 1396 CmirsiaiTS. GREAT WESTERN RAILWAY. SHREWSBURY RACES, NOVEMBER 11TH, 12TH, AKD 13TH. ON EACH DAY of the RACES a Special Fast Train, at Ordinary Fares, will run to SHREWS- BURY from Chester at 10.15 a.m., Wrexham, 10.40 Ruabon, 10.55, Chirk, 11.5, and Gobowen, 11.15 a.m. reaching Shrewsbury at 11.45 a.m., and returning each day at 4.45 p.m. See special bills. 1399 J. GRIERSON, General Manager. A PHYSICIAN'S GIFT. A MEDICAL TREATISE showing how suf- ferers from Nervousness and Debility may speedily recover health, strength, tone, and vigour, "How TO ENSURE A LONG AND HEALTHY LIFE," Rules and Diet for Invalids, with prescriptions for the cure of Stomach, Liver, aud Heart Disease, and for Purifying the Blood, &c. Postage, Two Stamps. Sent everywhere.—Address: J. BAINES, Secretary, 7, Tavi- stock-street, Bedford Square, London. 1418 A GIFT WORTHY OF A ROTHSCHILD IS BROWS SHAKESPERIAN ALMANACK, Now Beady for 1880. It fairly glows with quotations and illustrations from the "Bard of Avon." I shall print about 3,000,00( copies, and being desirous of making the distribution ai rapidly as possible, will send ten or fifteen copies free prepaid, to any one who will judiciously distribut* them in their locality.—Address, Prof, O. r. Brown, 2 King-street, Covent Garden, London. 1824 Insurants. LAW UNION FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Established in the year 1S54. Chief Office-126, Chancery Lane, London, W.C. The Funds in hand and Capital Subscribed amount to upwards of kl,500,000 sterling. Bv express provision in the Company's Deed of Settlement, and by the Conditions of the Policies of the Company, the Capital and Funds of each Department are kept distinct, and under no circumstances can the Capital or Funds of one Department be applied to the payment of Losses or Expenses incurred in the other Department. Chairman JAMES CUDDON, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, Gold- smith Building, Temple. Deputy Chairman: CHARLES PEMBERTON, Esq. (Lee & Pembertons), Solicitor, 44, Lincoln's Inn Fields. Local Directors: EVAN MORRIS, Esq., Solicitor, Wrexham. R. J. SISSON, Esq.. Solicitor, St. Asaph. EDWARD BREESE, Esq., Clerk of the Peace for Merionethshire, Portmadoc. "Actuary and Secretary: FRANK M'GEDY. FIRE DEPARTMENT. The terms are in general the same as those of the principal Fire Insurance Offices. The capital respon- sible for losses is £ 750,000, exclusive of the Reserve Fund. The business is conducted with liberality and promptitude. LIFE DEPARTMENT. CAPITAL. The Law Union Insurance Company is based upon a principle which combines the benefit of Mutual In- surance, with the guarantee of a Subscribed Capital. The amount of such capital in the Life Department is £ 250.000 fully subscribed. 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UMBRELLAS in great variety, including the patent self-closing frames. 1352 JgDWARD ROBERTS, BILL POSTER AND TOWN CRIER, DENBIGH, Promptly executes all orders entrusted to him. 1370 NURSERY STOCK. Y. STRACHAN, SEED MERCHANT and • NURSERYMAN, HIGH-STREET, WREXHAM, Begs to offer the following NURSERY STOCK :— 2,000 Standard and Dwarf Roses—a very fine. selec- tion. 100,000 Strong Thorns. 10,000 Spruce, fine. 50,000 Strong Clean Larch. 5,000 Standard and Dwarf Fruit Trees—extra fine stuff, I And any quantities of Forest and ornamental Standard and Dwarf flowering Trees and Shrubs. Inspection 3 earnestly invited at the Railway Station Nurseries. I Catalogues en applismkw Planting contracted for. t 1408 Srafresnmi's ¿¡bbHSSf>S. — OHXE PHOSPHOR KEIX GEDANKE. ZOEDONE, a delicious sparkling tonic bever- age for daily use containing the essential con- stituents of the BLOOD, the BRAIN, and NERVE TISSCB— NON-ALCOHOLIC. OEDONE, a PHOSPHATED IF.ON BEVERAGE, &-A invaluable to everyone engaged in professional, literary, scientific, commercial, athletic or other pursuits, involving the wear and tear of MENTAL OR PHYSICAL I STRAIN. ZOEDONE, specially valuable to CONVALES- CENTS and INVALIDS. 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, z at six to eight times the price. ZOEDONE mixes perfectly with Claret, other Wines, Beer and Porter. ZOEDONE. a beverage for WINTER, as wen as for SUMMER use and for any CLIMATE. ZOEDONE, par excellence, a beverage for BALLS, PIC-NICS, EVENING PARTIES, BANQUETS, FETES, and other Festive occasions. ZOEDONE, an elegant, pleasant, and sustain- ZOEDONE, an elegant, pleasant, and sustain- ing beverage for Railway Travellers, Tourists, and Emigrants. ZOEDONE, put up like Champagne, in Cham- pagne Bottles, and is fit for any table. ZOEDONE thus described by a medical con- 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 lion." ZOEDONE, spoken of by leading journals in corresponding high terms, and assigned it the highest place at the MEDICAL BANQUET. PRICE-including bottles and packages—FREE ON RAILS AT WREXIIAM :— Gs. 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 DOZ. specially prepared for shipment, and packed in casks. TESTIMONIALS. From William Carter, M.B, B.Sc., L.L B., London, M.B.C.S., London, Physican to the Itoyal Southern HUll- pital Liverpool, Lecturer on Materia Medica, Liverpool lioyal Infirmary School of Medicine. June 9th, 1879. I have great pleasure in expressing the high opinion which I have formed of the value of Zoedone as a tonic beverage and medicine. It seems to me 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 well in a most palatable and refreshing form. I have prescribed it largely, and from my observation of its effects believe it will be of great use to the profession. From Norman Kerr, 31.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. Fi rm William M. Dohie, 1f.D., Edinburgh, Hoioorary Physician to the Chester Infirmary. v Chester, June 14th, 1879. I have been much pleased with your effervescing drink termed "Zoedone." I have tried it and found u an extremely agreeable, refreshing, and invigorating Lc. cr- age. I have recommended it to many of my patients who are unanimous in speaking well of it. To Messrs Evans and Co. From the Rev. D. Hoicell, B.D., Vicar of Wrexham. Vicarage, Wrexnam, North Wales, March 24th, 1879. Messrs R. Evans and Co.—Your "Zoedone" is parably the best non-alcoholic beverage I have t vcr tasted. It is used daily in my faualj*. It is refreshing stimulating, and strengthening. From Dr. Stephens, Senior Physician, Infirmary for Children, Liverpool. July 6th, 1879. I have recommended Zoedone to many of my patienta, 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 PLEA- SANT beverage, quite free from any medicinal taste in- deed, it forms a most agreeable aud 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 HASSALL, M.D., London. Author of "Food, its adulterations, and the method of their detection." AGENTS EVERYWHERE. -.kT-TEE D. JOHNSON, F.C.S. MANUFACTURERS R. EVANS & CO., WREXH A M, NORTH WALES. POTATOES' POTATOES!! FAMILIES, Hotels, Public Institutions, and the Trade supplied. SEND FOR PRICE LIST. j MATTHEW JONES, WHOLESALE POTATO MERCHANT. 106, GRANVILLE STREET, BIRMINGHAM. 653 LAMPLOUGH'S pYRETIC SALIHE. HAVE IT IN YOUR HOUSES, AND USE NO OTHER. This alone is the True Antidote ut FEVERS, ERUPTIVE AFFECTIONS, SEA OR BILIOUS SICKNESS. Having peculiar and exclusive merit*. For the protection of the public against un authorised imitations, I have again appealed to the law, and obtained a perpetual injunction, with costs, against the defendant, a Chemist in Manchester. I I SOLD BY ALL CHEMISTS. 1 Observe—The Genuine has my name and Trade. 1 Mark on a Buff-coloured Wrapper. US, HOLBORN-HILL, LOXDOK. 9"