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CHEAP PREPAID ADVERTISEMENTS. Advertisements of the followim; kinds, PAID FOR WHEN ORDERED, are inserted in the Guardian on the following scale:— Twenty words :—One insertion, Is three insertions, 2B 6d six insertions, 4s 6d. Thirty words:—One insertion, Is 6d three insertions, 4s six insertions, 6s 6d. Forty words:—One iis°rtior, three insertions, 5s 6d six insertions, Ss 6d. The above prices refer to advertisements of the following classes :— SITUATIONS WANTED. LODGINGS, c., To LET. SITUATIONS VACANT. ARTICLES WANTED. HOUSES WANTED. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. HOUSES TO LET. ARTICLFS FOR SALE BY LODGINGS, (fee., WANTFD. PRIVATE CONTRACT. ARTICLES LOST AND EOCND. Advertisements should reach the Office by FRIDAY morning, accompanied by Stamps, or Post Oface Order payable to FREDERICK E. HOE. All Letters respecting Advertisements must be pre- paid, and no personal inquiries can be answered when parties are desired to aDply hy letter. cSEanteft. ANTED.—A good plain COOK for a family T residing about two miles from Wrexham.— Arpy at the Office of Mr. JAMES, Solicitor, Wrexham. 1430 TO <¥F!"STTlEMEjft".—Wanted, situation as BAILIFF, Great practical experience. 1 Tarried wife well qualified to man acre a dairv. Good references. —For particulars apply to W. A. NOTT, 9, Vale-s+xpp.t, Denbigh. 1393 XTNFURXISHED HOUSE WANTED, within ) two miles of Wrexham. Three reception rooms, four or five good bedrooms (exclusive of servants' accom- modation). stables, garden, & and a few acres of pasture.—Tslajor LKADBF.TTEK, County Buildings, Wrex- ham. 1387 HOI'SE.—WANTED, to rent or ym rohase, a DETACHED HOUSE and GARDEN, in the neighbourhood of Gresf0rd or Llangollen, containing two entertaining rooms, four bedrooms. &c.—Address, stating rent or purchase price, with full particulars. W. COOESCN, Greenfields, Oswestry. 1416 TO SEEDSMEN, FARMERS' SONS, &c. AN Old Established Finn of Chemical Manure Manufacturers re'mire an AGENT for the sale, upon commission, of their g:1<1.n\nteecl Bone Manures, in the Wrexham district. None but active, steady, and pushing men, with first-class references, and a knowledge of fanners, nesd apply.—Address, in first instance, to GUANO, care 0; Mr. W. E. Franklin, NPWS Agent, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 1409 RUABON SCHOOL BOARD. WANTED a CERTIFICATED MISTRESS vt for the Cefn Infant Board School. Average attendance upwards of 120. Salary £40 and a sum equivalent to one-third of the Government grant and school fees, together with £ 2 10s. for the imtrudion of every pupil teacher required under the regulation of the Board. is guaranteed, paid quarterly. Applications stating age. experience, when at liberty, and other particular. with copy entries on parchment, reports and testimonials to be sent on or before the 10th NO'i':ilb4::1' tl I J. DENBIGH JONES, Jol.nstov.-n, Tluabon, Clerk. October, 1870. 1-101 r_I.A..XJ. 'i G L I' TO EE LET, the HAND INN, Ponkey, jL Rua-bon,—Apply to WILLIAM J. SISSON, Cambrian Br.ery, Wrexham. 1431 TO BE LET.—No. 3, St. Mark's-terrace.— Apply to Mr. Edward Jones, Architect, Caxton Buildings, Wrexham. 613 TO LET, at cnc". a vorv convenient six- JL quarter MALT KILN, in Wrexham.—Apply at at the oiHcs of this paper. 1202 NOW READY, New COTTAGES at Rhosddu, 11 3s. Dd. per week, clear.— Apply, CHAMES HUGHES, G, Nelson-terrace, Rhosddu. 1411 TO LET, a FARM, at Sutton Green, princi- -M- pally Grass (of excellent quality) of about 120 Acre. — Apply to Mr. SNAPE, the Lion HoiT-e, Wrexham. 1414 TO LET, a HOUSE in Lome-street, Rhos- JL cUlI, corstaiuirg Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen. Cellar, and o Bedrooms. Rent moderate.—-Apply to GWILT CATtiEii.iL, 23, Regent-street, Wrexham. ÐGS TO LET.—ST. MARK'S HOUSE, Hope- street, Wrexham, containing dining-room, drawing- room, breakfast-room, seven lofty bedrooms, bath and w.c., housemaids and linen closets, good sized kitchen, scullery, pantry, larder, and two cellars. Water and gas laid on. Suitable for du'ellinghin«e, temperance hotel, or offices.—Apply to ED..TONES, Architect, or Dr. EYTON-JONI'S, Grosvenor Lodge. 1220 TO BE LET, and may be enternd upon at JL 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 lofts over 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 road. For farther particulars apply at the office of this paper. 1079 FLINTSHIRE. TO BE LET, a FARM, containing about 93 Acres of Land. For Rent and particulars apply to Messrs. BOYDELL, TAYLOR, and FLUITT, Solicitors, Chester. 1415 Jfur Salt. ON SALE, at Crispin-lane, Rhosddu, a quantity of Good GARDEN SOIL.—Apply, CHARLES HUGHES, 6, Nelson-terrace, Rhosddu. 1412 TO BE SOLD BY PRIVATE TREATY.— Two Freehold DWELLINGHOUSES, substan- tially built, and in thorough repair. Let at jE13 each clear, but fully worth JS15. Also, an excellent comer plot of BUILDING LAND.—Apply to Mr. LKIOH, Salop Terrace, Rhosddu, Wrexham. 1223 Wost Dr tDunh. LOST, from Emral Park, Flintsh're, on JLj Sunday, November 2nd, 2 Dark Red and 1 Light Coloured HEIFERS. Anyone returning same to ABRAHAM JONES, Bangor, Flintshire, will be rewarded. 1420 STRAYED OR STOLEN, from a field in tO Wepre, Connah's Quay, A BLACK WELSH PONY COB, about 13 hands, 4 years old, branded with the letter L on the left thigh.—Any person found or got the game will be rewarded by applying to WH. VICKERS, Grocer, Connah's Quay. 1123 (Ebttcatmn. PHONOGRAPHY. INSTRUCTION in Pitman's System of Short- hand by a verbatim writer and certificated teacher. Tenas, &c., on application.—Phono., Chiardian Office, W. 1185 UO THE NOBILITY AND GENTRY. SINGING AND MUSIC. A LADY, pupil of eminent London Masters, doires Pupils. Fiench spoken during le.-sons. The highest references. Address :—S. B. A., 15, WEST PARADE, 1316 R H Y L. J i tribesmen's hhrtSts. RICH FURS. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, Are now Showing A SPLENDID COLLECTION OF RICH HANDSOME 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, 1425 MILLINERY FASHIONS. GEORGE HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, j BASNETT-STREET, LIVERPOOL, ■ Have the honour to announce that they will make their DISPLAY OF MILLINERY FASHIONS, ON TUESDAY NEXT, THE 11TH INST., AND FOLLOWING DAYS. New StyJes in Millinery Model Bonnets, Modified Copies of elegant French Patterns, Beaver Bonnets in various shapes and colours, Velvet Bonnets in all the leading styles. Great attention is given to the Lady's Bonnet at Two Guineas, and at 49/9. The Young Ladies' Bonnet at 21/- and 25/9. HAT ROOM. Hats in Beaver, Fur, Felt, Sealskin, &c. Young Ladies' Trimmed Hats, inexpensive. The New Black Fur Rat, exceedingly stylish. Children's Hat3 and Bonnets in great variety. Mourning Bonnets. LADIES' CAP S. All the novelties iu Ladies' Mourning and Evening Cap, GEOKG HENRY LEE AND COMPANY, BASNETT-STREET. LI VERPOOL, 1426 ,a-.< j WILLIAM PIERCE, j CABINET MAKER k UNDERTAKER, | BRIDGE-STREET, WREXIiAM. S — | A'jent to the Patent Mctalhc Air Tight Coffin j Voinpan; Limited, Birmingham. rpHE COFFINS are highly recom- JL mended by all the Medical Practitioners JL mended by all the Medical Practitioners JL mended by all the Medical Practitioners j of the neighbourhood. They are covered with j black and crimson cloth or velvet and every j design of coloured metal furniture is used. I j The METALLIC SHELL COFFINS, en- cased in stout polished oak, or covered with I cloth or velvet, can be had at a few hours' notice. T SHELLS AND COFFINS ALWAYS IN STOCK. J TIMBEW, 'j't"- ± SLAT;>, ri;:]CK: TiLLS. CKMKNTS. LATHS, SEWERAGE PIPES And (tll other Buildiuy Materials, AT E. MEREDITH JONES' TIMBER YARD AND STEAM SAW M r L L CHARLES-STREET, 63 WREXHAM. Q.EOFFREY CALDECOTT, TAILOR, WOOLLEN DRAPER, LADIES JACKET AND HABIT MAKER, (Late Cutter at Xicholls, 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 42s. LADIES' ULSTERS, 30s,, 30s., 40s., and 45s. 2, OVERTON ARCADE, HIGH STREET, WREXHAM. 1332 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, Ac. 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 ANOTHER GOLD MEDAL. AGAIN THE ONLY ONE AWARDED FOR COD-LIVER OIL, PARIS, 1878. ROLLER'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 j f rabesumt's ^bbresscs, 1 & ¡!/o' lisst THE NORTH WALES PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES. nPO 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, &c., &c., AT WHOLESALE PRICES. PRICE LISTS CAN BE HAD FREE ON APPLICATION NORTH WALES PUBLIC ISUPPLY STORES, 14, HIGH-STREET, 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 receive full advantages for the same, thereby doing away with the system whereby good customers are made to pay for the bad. 170 HUHZCHIPTION: NO LIABILITY. NOTE THE ADDRESS :— 14, H I G II S T R E E T, (epposita the North South Wales Bank), WREXHAM. NPHOMA-; GRIFFITHS, 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 PCNCTUALLY 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 pp THEIR PRIZE MEDAL ALES. THE WREXHAM BREWERY COMPANY -i- 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 MR. 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 high character of its ales maintained. We are, your obedient servants, LATTON, SON, & LENDON. August, 1S79. Orders will be received daily at the NAG'S HEAD BREWERY, MOUNT STREET, WREXHAM, Or at the Shrewsbury Agency— CLAREMONT STREETf SHREWSBURY. 1339 JYSEASE PREVENTED. JJEALTH RESTORED, By the use of AYE'S WORSDELL'S PILLS, Which the experience of over 50 years proves to be the BEST FAMILY MEDICINE. THEY Purify the Blood. Cleanse the System. Remove Obstructions. Improve the Ingestion. Establish the Health. Sold everywhere at Is l £ d., 2s 9d., and 4s 6d per box. 928 FITS CURED. PROF. BROWN'S GREAT PRESCRIPTION -L FOR EPILEPSY, Having now been tested in over 10,000 cases, without a failure, he has made up his mind to make the in- gredie nts known to all sufferers free of charge.— Address, PROF. O. PHELPS BROWN, 2, King-street, Cov ent Garden, London. 536 -f: c, trabtsnitn's 16s. TROUSERS. 16s. 6d. AVING bought a large parcel of Scotch I JLJL Tweeds and Angolas much below their market value, I am able to offer I TROUSERS 'I From those materials at SIXTEEN AND SIXPENCE. ALL WOOL. THOROUGHLY SHRUNK. I i LANGFORD, 4, VALE-STREET, DENBIGH. 1389 TO MINE OWNERS AND OTHERS. jyjp. J. HUMPHREYS, MINING ENGINEER, SURVEYOR, AND CERTIFICATED COLLIERY MANAGER. Valuations and Reports on Collieries and Lead Mines, Land and Mineral Surveys, Plans for Engineering Works, Royalties measured and checked. Moderate charges. 8, DERBY PLACE, HOOLE, CHESTER. N.B.-Agent for the Sale of Alines and Mineral Properties, 1380 UNEQUALLED FOR TEAS JOHN M U S K E ll, l OF THE NOTED TEA WAREHOUSE.. I I on CELEBRATED INDIAN TEAS At 2s., 2s. 4d., 2s. 8d., 28., ARE acloiowledgred by the Trade to be the best TEAS ever sold at the money, and are specially recommended for use being selected with great; care and judgment from the choicest growths only, and blended in that proportion which is requisite for a RICH FRAGilANT TEA, which practical Tea Tasters alone can produce. Parcels of G lbs. and upwards sent Carriage Paid, to Tasters alone can produce. Parcels of G lbs. and upwards sent Carriage Paid, to anv part of the United Kingdom, on receipt of Post Oliice Order. PLEASE NOTE—Only obtainable from J. MUSKER, HOPE-STREET MARKET, HOPE-STREET, WREXHAM. 1015 fI:EZ1lm.1IS!I 'IiiIa. I ESTABLISHED 1817. | DYEING DYEING! DYEING PIS3T-CLASS CERTIFICATE OF F r A I N 2 MED A L LIAIITT | Awarded 1874. Awarded 1874. N I THE LARGEST DYK ••VOPKS IN THE IS I MIDLAND I'OUN'iiS; I IMPROVEMENTS in the ART of | § DYEING and FRENCH CLEANING jl 8 AT 1 MIDLAND COUNTIES • || STEAK-POWER DYE WORKS, | II IND | I) BUKTON-O N T R ENT. [; J J O T3 N S M I T II 1 8 SOLK J'KOiKTOJ;. S I u- | P AGENTS IN TTITS DISTRICT :— H it g WREXHA3X• THE MISSES WHITING, Fancy jj S Repository, 2, High-street. | OSWESTRY: Mb3. E. REASON, Fancy ii Repository, Church-street. f: | CEFN, RUABON MR. E. A. R. ETAKS, 30, | Kussell-strect. ig | LLANGOLLEN Mrs. W. HOLDING, Fancy f; :1 Repository, Berwyn-street. 0 J>d.T Goods sent to and received from the above P jj Agents Weekly. fe J AGENTS WANTED in unrepresented districts. | £ 5T The New Price and Colour List for 1879 to A be had Gratis or Post Free. 04 p mi in mi niiiniiiiiiini Trnr-.iwwi'j u_ CHEAP MARKET AND BUSINESS SUITS. THE attention of Farmers and tho Public JL generally is called to the splendid range of Scotch and West of England NEW WINTER SUITINGS, Which I am now showing at FIFTY-FIVE SHILLINGS The Suit Complete Made in any Style. FIT GUARANTEED. WORKMANSHIP SUPERIOR. LANGFORD, 4, VALE-STREET, DENBIGH. 1388 JOHN H. KIDD & CO., MANUFACTURERS OF |> AIL WAY WAGGON COVERS RICK AND TENT CLOTHS, CART COVERS, LIME SHEETS. Ail sizfs trapi in stock. R A T T I 0 E C L 0 T II, AIR- T « I N HORSB CLOTHS, I X D I A It U 13 n K K d i1 o D S (tooting Dry tiair,an*i vACivS, COTTON WASTE, ,C' Office HOLT STREET, M 5 J 1=: PAKLIA M E N T A R Y NOTICES. TO SOLICITORS AND PARLIAMENTARY AGENTS. The North Wales Guardian allows the fullest time of any paper in the district for the preparation of Parliamentary Notices in matters relating tc Denbighshire, Flintshire, Merionethshire, Carnar- vonshire, Salop, a,nd Cheshire, the dates of publi- cation being November 15th, 22nd, and 29th, 1879. The Guardian is the recognised County Paper for Denbighshire and Flintshire, being the only paper which receives the official advertisements for the both counties by Special Order of the Courts of Quarter Sessions. It kas separate publishing offices in the counties of Flint, Merioneth, and Carnarvon. TO SUBSCRIBERS. The following are the terms upon which this paper cau be supplied:— In Advance per Quarter. On Credit per Quarter. Stamped copies 28. 8d. Stamped copies 3s. I'd. Unstamped 2s. 2d. Unstamped -s. 6d. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents will oblige by attending to the following rulesj 1.—Write briefly and legibly on smaH slips, and on one side of the paper only. Proper names should always be written in puiNT hand. 2.-Give real name and address in confidence, as anonymous communications are not attended to. S.—Address latters, not to any private individual, but to "The Editor of 7Ae Guardian, Wrexham." 4.—Despatch letters early. Ii is often impossible, from an inundation of letters by late posts to publish muelt interest- ing matter, which would be very acceptable if received in time. BUSINESS NOTICES. Parties requiring: information about advertisements shouhl write direct to the head office. Orders relating to the discontinuance or alteration of advertisements should reach us at the latest by Thursday morning's post. Advertisers would oblige us by being very explicit in ordering the re-insertion of advertisements. All business communications should be addressed, and cheques ard post-office orders le. made payable to. the pro- prietor, Frederick E. Roe. Communication upon subjects of local interest, or passing events, are always acceptable, and will be thankfully received by the Editor. Circulating in such an extensive district m does The Guardian, it is next to impossible to obtain infor- mation of all events transpirin and therefore any assistance rendered is exceedingly acceptable. 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irtbSt Wan;¡gSt anh tafgs. Announcements under this head must be accom- panied by the name and address of the sender. Any addition to the simple notice must be paid for at the rate of one shilling for three lines. BIRTHS. EDWARDs-On the 4th inst., at Tai'nfoel, Capel Gar- mon, the wife of the Rev. Richard Edwards, curate in charge, of a son. HUGHES-On the 15th Sept., at Bryn-y-garn, Henllan, the wife of »Mr. John Hughes, of a daughter. JONES—On the 23rd Sept., at 5, Beacon's Hill, Den- bigh, the wife of Mr. Humphrey Jones, of a son. JONES—On the 5th Sept., at Henllan-street, Denbigh, the wile of Mr. Robert Jones, of a daughter. PETTIGHEW-On the 17th Aug., at ant-y-merddyn, Llanannon, the wife of Mr. James Pettigrew, of a daughter. POwELL-On the 9th ult., at Trefnar.t, the wife of Mr. David Powell, police-officer, of a daughter. WILLIAMS—On the 21st Sept., at Plas Panton, Llan- efydd, the wife of Mr. Edward Williams, of a son. MARRIAGES. DAVIES—GRIFFITHS—On the 24th ult., at Fron Chapel, Denbigh, before Mr. E. Mills, registrar, by licence, Mr. Robert Davies, Eithin-fi'erwd, Llansannan, to Miss Laura Griffiths, Llanfaglen, Carnarvon. EVANS—DAVIES—On the 24th ult., at Fron Chapel, Denbigh, before Mr. E. Mills, registrar, by licence, Mr. Ellis Evans, Ty'n-llwyn, Pentrefoelas, to Miss Mary Elizabeth Davies, Park-street, Denbigh. FLETCHER—WALPOLE—On the 29th ult., at the Parish j Church, Hanslope, Bucks, by the Rev. Canon Bull, J assisted hy the Rev. A. B. Frazer, rector of j Haversham, and the Rev. M. A. Nicholson, vicar of Hansl-pe, J. Lynch Fletcher, Esq. captain in the Oxfordshire Regiment of Militia, to Emily Jessie Horatia, eldest daughter of Reginald I Walpole, Esq., of Hanslope Lodge, Bucks, and granddaughter of the Hon. Mrs. Huaton, of Plas Heaton, county Denbigh. GRIFFITHS—SIIAW—On the 25th ult., at Trinity Church, Rhyl, Mr. Harry Griffiths, to Miss Ada Eleanor Shaw, both of lihyl. LATHAM—SELLER— On the 27th ult., at Christ Church, Rhyl, by the Rev. J. Eichardson, M-A., John Latham, ohotten Farm, Queen's Ferry, iriawarden, to Mrs. Maria Seller, of Rhyl. MEAIUN— PEARSON—On the 30th ult., at Trinity Church, Rhyl, Percy Frederick Meakin, Esq., of Ba^fa\ to Miss Fanny Pearson, Rhyl. DEATHS. EVANs-On the 26th ult., at Tan-y-fron, Llansannan, William Evans, on of Evan Evans, wheelwright, aged 111 years. ° JOKES—On the 19th ult., at 25, Beacon's Hill, Denbigh, j David J ones, porter in the orth Wales Lunatic Asylum, aged 2U years. JONEs-On the 22nd ult., at Pen-y-glogor, Llansannan, John Jones, son of Mr. John Jones, farmer. LEWIs-On the ISch ult., at Cefn-berain, Llanefydd, Hannah Lewis, wife of Mr. Robert Lewis, aged 62 years. RICHARDS—On the 29th ult., aged 38, at 19, Colliery Houses, Stansty, William Richards. ROBERTS—On the 28th ult., at Tan-brvn-mawr, Hen- llan, David Roberts, wheelwright, aged 78 years, STOKES—On the Gth inst., at 12, Penybryn. aged 90 years, Mary, widow of the late John Stokes, of Wrexham, builder. WILLIAMS—On the 23rd ult., at 31, Henllan-street, Denbigh, Mary William*, daughter of Mr. Thomas Williams, weaver, aged 30 years. WOOLRICH—On the 3rd inst., of diphtheria, at 1, Wellington-road, Wrexham, WiUiam Dickin, the dearly-beloved son of William Dickin snd Isabella Woolrich, aged 3 years and C modhs.
-¡- TO OUR READERS. Owing to a pressure on our space, we have been compelled to omit one our leudiwj errlicles and several local and district mrar/rarJts.
The Wrexham Rural Sanitary Authority were callod upon to discuss several important matters at their meeting on Tuesday. The Medical Officers' reports were first taken. Both were anything but satisfactory, announcing as they did the continuous existence of epidemic diseases. The question of the drainage of Ruaoon was again discussed and again adjourned. It cannot, however, evidently be staid off much longer. The Authority must either do something' or ex- press its determination, as some suggest, to let well alone. The Chester Town Council are now complaining;, and from all we hear will brook no delay. Sir WAXKIN s representative has been communicated with with reference to the scheme for draining into the park. This is objected to, and the Authority have consequently to revert to the pumping scheme. The result of the discussion was that a Committee was appointed to look into the matter, and also to consider the practicability, and also the cost, of Mr. SHORE'S scheme. The sewerage of Stansty was also referred to, and it was decidcd to send a request to the Local Government Board to permit a Commissioner to come down to enquire into the practicability of sewering the township upon the scheme pro- pounded by Mr. SHONE. The need of additional burial gTOimd for GworsylltwaR discusscd, and generally concurred in. A committee was ap- pointed to inquire info the best means of providing the additional ground. An important test fishery case was heard at the last Petty Sessions at Llangollen. Two men were proceeded against for fishing in the Dee in the parish of Chirk, which waters it was alleged belonged to Mr. MYDDLETON BiDDULrn, who had let the fishing to the Mid Dee Club. The claim to the fishing in the end was made good, and the defendants were fined. The Bishop of ST. ASAPTI administered the sacred rite of ordination to the Rev. J. F. REECE, at St. Mary's Church, Denbigh, on Sunday. The candidate has been appointed one of the curates at the Church, and the interesting and solemn ceremony was witnessed by a crowded congrega- tion of those whom the rev. gentleman will labour among. The BISHOP preached a very able sermon, in which he referred to the ceremony of the day, and to the work of the Christian Ministry. The Vale of Clwyd Chamber of Agriculture at its meeting on Wednesday affiliated "itself to the Central Chamber. The members also discussed the paper recently read by Mr. ROBERTS on Agricultural Depression.
THE MAYORALTY. The election of Chief Magistrates to preside over the three corporate boroughs in Denbigh- shire will take place on Monday next. With the exception of Ruthin, where the general opinion is that Dr. W. D. JONES should be elected, it is somewhat difficult to say to whom the coveted honour will fall. In Wrexham there is a divi- sion in the Council, the friends of Alderman SMITH and Councillor BRADLEY respectively being anxious to see their nominee elected. Did the decision rest with the burgesses there could be no doubts as to the result, for go where one will there is a very decided feeling that Alder- man SMITH is entitled to the honour. He has faithfully served the borough since he was first elected in 1870 and, as is well known, he gracefully retired in Mr. SHONE'S favour last year. For this and many other reasons he has the preferential claim. With reference to the other candidate, it would afford us considerable pleasure to see Mr. BRADLEY occupying the envied position, but we must honestly own we cannot see any reason why he should be foisted over the head of those who have served the borough much longer than he has. Mr. BRADLEY must learn to labour and to wait," and in due time he will receive those special marks of favour which, when deserved, are eo ungrudgingly given. At the present time we unhesitatingly say that the acceptance of the honour by Mr. BRADLEY would be viewed very grudgingly. As we have said, there is pretty unanimous feeling outside that Alderman SMITH should be elected, and the section of the Council which desires to be om- nipotent would be wise if they showed discretion and bowed to that feeling. That the borough will have none of this cliquism was pretty con- 'V'JI. clusively shown at the recent election, for there is no doubt that to a great extent the electors were actuated by this desire. It would be well, therefore, if this section would be wise in time, and show that they are not so anxious as some have made out to ride rough-shod where'er they will, but have the sense to bow to the feel- ings of the burgesses generally, who, after all, they shoidd not forget that they represent.
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THE MEMBER FOR MONTGOMERY- SHIRE'S POLITICAL VIEWS. Mr. C. W. W. WYXN, who for seventeen years has faithfully represented the county of Montgomeryshire, in response to thedesireof some of his constituents at Llanrhaiadr, delivered an address there on Friday. He naturally received a hearty and genuine welcome, while the clear statement of his views, which we fully report, were thoroughly endorsed and continuously cheered. The Liberal party in the county have been pretty busy of late, and it is well that the Con- servatives should show that they too are not un- mindful of the constituents, nor are anxious to shirk the responsibilities of addressing them. We rejoice to see the growing- strength of Conservatism in Montgomeryshire, as ex- emplified by the enthusiastic meeting on Friday; not that the Conservative representation of that county is in any danger, but because it betokens a healthy activity on the part of the supporters cf the Government without which the future position of Conservatism in the county could hardly be regarded without apprebension. Montgomeryshire, however, is admirably repre- sented, and there is no fear that in the hands of Mr. CHARLES WYJTN Radicalism will be allowed to cast the mantle of ignorance and prejudice over any part of the population without an effort being made to prevent it.. Such meetings as that of Friday will be found most useful in promoting that spirit of inquiry and discussion, which is one of the most encouraging signs of the times. Radical agitators would not exercise a tithe of the in- fluence which they frequently do were it not for the uninformed condition of the minds to which they address themselves. There are, even in the present day, sadly too many people who have no idea whatever of the difference between Radical- ism or Liberalism and Conservatism. This fact alone, and the advantage taken of it by agitators, makes it a real necessity that every town and village should be provided with the means of bringing political intelligence to bear on the minds of the inhabitants. Mr. CHARLES WYXX, in addressing his con- stituents, referred naturally to that bete noir of Radicalism, the foreign policy of the country. Although there is now really nothing new to say on this question, it is something to put clearly and briefly before constituencies, the real nature of the question at issue when Liberal mis-representation is so persistent and unserup- ulous. Mr. CHARLES WYSX was therefore happy in his explicit description of the' Conservative foreign policy. Had this country been united as it ought to have been many of the steps which the Government took to secure peace and to retain untarnished the good name of the county need not have been taken. They all had to be because the Radicals did their utmost to convince the Russian Government that they had a divided England to deal with, and that this country did not mean war. In short, the Czar ALEXANDER and his advisers were decived three years ago just as the Czar NICHOLAS and his advisers were deceived in 1:-1.j:3. This is plain speaking it is very unpalatable to the Liberals but it is the simple truth; it is a matter of history. We cannot think, therefore, that the electors of Montgomeryshire will have anything to do with Mr. STUART REXDEL, who belongs to that party which betrayed its country. Tie is, no doubt, a very amiable gentleman, but tho electors of such an important county desire a person with more than amiability to represent them. They want a representative who, in critical times, will give that support to the Government, which will enable it to steer the country safely through troublous waters. This Mr. 1,VYXX did, and is prepared to do it again. Mr. WYXX has indeed been an able and faithful representative, and the electors ought, and no doubt will, sh("r their gratitude, and requite him. by re-instating him, when the time comes, in the position which he now holds.
focal |Ichj3. MB. ENOCH oc Br.CD C',1, HAS ALL^U-ED his r-u.;r. tenants a reduction 01' 20 per caat. on :j' half year's rent. IT IS imders'ood that the ni-JWIY elected Town Cierk, J.'i r. Thorn »s Bary, to^e' nei with hid partner, Mr. T. Bennion Accon, ar, about to remove their offices from t-hester-stryei; to the house recently bunt by Dr. Evton Jones, m Recent-street. THE TC-wir COUNCIL.—In the list of attendances made by the members of the Council (given in onr last issue) the name of Councillor Walter Jonas was inadvf.rtjntiv omitted. 3Ir. Jones has attended 14 councils (out of 16) and 31 committees, making a total of 45 attendances. DEANERY ASSOCIATION.—The annual meeting of th members of this association will be held on Fridav next, the 14th, in the Savings' Bank, at will preside, and sifter tho ordinary business the of Bangor will speak on Higher Education in Wales. THE A division of the Denbighshire police force and a few of the Borough police assembled in the yard of the County Buildings on Thursday morning to h, measured, for new uniform. Whilst ossem- blod, the Chief Constable passed them under review. Their appearance was certainly satisfactory. CONSTANTINOPLE.—The Rev. M. H. C. Shelton, B.A., lectured to the members of the debating elass of the Young Men's Christian Association, on Tuesday evening, on Constantinople." Rev. H. J. Haffer presided, and rhe attendance of young men was good. The rev. lecturer spoke principally of those things which came within his personal experience, leaving the historical and political aspects. A hearty vote of thanks wns passed t the rev. lecturer for his interesting and ^ujtructire lecture. THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.—At a meeting of the Arrangements Committee of the Free Library (held on Thursday evening, at Mr. Ashton Bradley's office), it was decided, subject to the approval of higher authorities, to open the Library on the second Wednesday in December (the 10th), at twelve o'clock, and that the Mayor and Corporation be asked to attend officially. At 2.30 there will be a luncheon, and eight in the evening an amateur- concert. Any who wish to give subscriptions to- wards the funds of the Librr>.rv, may enter their names at Mr. Edisbury's, High-Street. THE FAIE.—At the fair on Thursday there was a middling supply of fat and store stock of moderate description. Barrens and stirks met with a, slow demand at about late rates. Pigs were numerous, and had a rather dragging trade. Few store sheep, making about the same prices as last fair, wre all sold at the close. Good beef uud mutton rather scarce, making fully O.U. to Of 1. higher than last fair. Quotations :—Beef, 5^3. to 7fl; mutton. 6d. to bacon, 4fd. to Sid. There was a smi!. show of horses, aud good animals found a better trade. There seemed to be a little more spirit with regard, to hack and nug hordes. SERIOUS ACCIDENT TO A DOCTOR.—On Monday morning last, Mr. Errington, surgeon, whilst riding along the Caia estate on the roai to Bangor, was thrown from his horse with con-d^ierable force. It appears that the horse stumbled over a rising in the road whilst going at a trot, and Mr. Erringtoa was thrown headlong. He pitched on his shoulder which was severely dislocated. Considerable diffi- culty was experienced in setting the joint, so much so that eventually the patient had to be put under the influence of chloroform. We are happy to state that he is now progressing as well as may be expected under the circumstance". It is a carious coincidence that Mr. Errington, at the time he met with the accident, was going to vhit a patient who was suffering from a recent dislocation of the shoulder.